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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 27, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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I It i if not a newcomer to theluV Short Of Goal Cattle Range OpinionA

lame of football. Heed straw ballot in the saa rnt N: i SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM Courthouse Is Scene <, :
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(! Wh school ball Telegraph this week. The poll issn BiMl MSwN? ..U-ROW Of Registration : I
(now REGISTRATION CARD
when "'Horse" Bishop Series effort to determine what
Planned just '
of schools for rno I For Youths'J;J I
nntenMnt Bradford Countlans desire in respect I. Nam
) was head coach.Bought I
County
to open or Closed ranges for 4
on the gridiron for his Despite .estimates* 'that cattle. ......... ....................................................................... .Selerd". Registration for the peacetime ,
Coat Guard. modem (L...> (...... (MM.IM" |IR.gUlnw_will Ml draft begins Monday. >
the
en service, for !lighting for Bradford ball park _The ballot presents three pos S. Plar .(..*....... S-vlc* ..itsb.ui| 1'r'f'fIt : j
all comer Is expected that 780 Brad
he battled would be obtained for It sible choices
94.009, closed
open range '
son University for one seaon. Was discovered y..teP4uyThun- or the of the .................................................................................. 5. D t of birth ford County boys, between the
In coaching Is the range retaining (Co......... "yl.... _....es') '(......1IT. ...... ....... .. .. 't t'
specIaltY his playing poalJhe day) that higher cost necessitated present system of County deter ..plat.f rMat.!".. an Ik.II..aha** will *.<.f.1.! Lacal .... ("Month* ..iti:';;) .' Inclusive ages of 18 and 25, will, "
that is Dutch Funderburk another 'l. OO. the Lighting Fund mination. J.IeC..J. .
trek to the registration place In" j :,1P
and
handled both center Committee! announced 8. Mailing ........ .. Piece of birth
Thursday.In .I lie question of the wa }
And from the ranges the lower hall of the Courthouse

Ie.en not coaching at BHS he his football record.way he we has figure well order to help make up the brought to a crux when open ................................................................................. ..iiit: ;..I..;;vilt.I ';;:. '8'i i In SUrk within the next three'" i
biology. general deficit. the Committee haa provid. range Bradford County gave fuller 4. N... and address M' person who will always know your * be teaching over eight years of turf digging weeks and Indicate to Uncle Sam ,

and civics. He haa Just behind him. ed for a seven game series between I Warren an advocate for a ............................................................................................................................. readiness and availability'If.I Ith.lr
ice 20)) the d*- the Biggs and Baker softball Statewide closed: range an overwhelming 4N..... 44,5.I
..ved (on August If you have a bit more curiosity team and the "'team of the I in the 23 I to serve In the peace-time armed I
Bachelor of Science from majority May T. Occupation .. Firm or lmltvWu( by whom employed ,
j of to satisfy about Linwood Lions Club. Proceeds gained by Second I "
on University. I passing the hat ,will be added to Primary. Since then the ''''..'.'''''.................................................., ..... forces. '
are a few vital statistics Funderburk. the new line coact desires of Bradford County have .. Nature o(buslneta:service ;rcaiitnx; :or chief I ; product; '; Those registering are urgedto

pre.t the likable" fellow who will at BHS. just drop around to the the The Lighting first Fund. In the series not been.clear.. ............................................................... '............................................................ do so at the,nearest Reglstrat-' -'
.h BHS linesmen to knock the ball park any week-day afternoon. game The ballot is an effort on the 10. Plaa* .l mptoyvimtt*r 1taMnf* Ion Board. It I. not necessary to r
ball carriers from You'll find him before Is to begin tomorrow (Saturday t part of' the to determine I
a group Telegraph In one's County
I, for the of and at 7:30: p.m. In Bradford ball '..................ii.1.................. ................... ...... register own j. \
amvffle.! Fla.. and 27yearsold. potential powerhouses the sentiments of the County ';':';M4. MraM M H=F.:D. minl; ';-i.;: i.fCowatykII. .i84I.; i

hi* been married three years shouting "Okeh now knees park. The series will be com in respect: to the fencing of Local .board with which ....... .4 uador tolocdn! Trclnlnf sad 8 nrle* Art of 140. u ....nd'" seat.The Bradford County youths *. ,
and a half years inC straight ahead heada up look at pleted with a game each Saturday cattle. If the straw vote la successful \

spent, S.five Coast Guard-for 49 me. dig. dig. and CHARGE!" Tuesday, and Thursday. at I : it may give the CoU.tty'. ..--................-........................................................................................................ of are the to register Courthouse In the for lower a> 20 hall day I I t.i

,thi of that time he saw duty That's Dutch Funderburk, the the same hour. I representatives some Indication of IS. Were yan evar fJocla4 foe ..",. ...In the........ foraaiT Y_C N* Q WkanT ......;..................................... period beginning next Monday' t J
he European theatre of oper- man whose coaching coupled with As an example of what |one : the County' wishes when the representatives Uviatwith. wife Q lsPslskd C August 30. Reproduced In the''

n,_he tips the scales, at 220 that of head coach J. C. Hobbs. Item for the ball park lighting make their trip to 13. Mssftal sIms .l.gI.aM.M.4. C. [ DI..... [) W..... C 3 P.rw C (Ovr) Telegraph this weak are full Mud (.
he's a "shade may snap BHS into the higher cost the Commute quoted the Tallahassee _____ .
nds. and says next January. -------- --- -- --- ---- copies of the cards'to be filled
., football bracket this nrice of 80 which .
feet
five feet 10 Inches In height. year. poles on Telegraph readers are urged to 14. Active duty In the armed force. of the United State or a eohelllgerenl. out by all registering youths. All jt, (
I mount the lights at $120 apiece. clip the ballot check one of the Recreation Study nation .lnc* Sept. M. 141 of those who are to register are ;' I.

;;; Four are needed for the ball park. possible choices and mall the ....................................................../......... .................. urged to examine or fill out: the I;!.' }
only Commission Adopts Budget The $4,000 fund so far raised clipping to the Telegraph office .a.-.. SI ",_ ._. .$......oi _1aI ....._1 tD... .._..p5S reproduced card and thus have I
by the Committee U made up of deadline Information available when ,I !
a $1.500 City contribution another for mailing the ballots EnjoyedBy' ManyAbout ...........-......-...........--.. .............................................. the i ;
Is noon on Wednesday September N._.1 I... _.......... I co..... ...il.s. their 'date to register arrives. I i

fccards Creek Clearing Project large amount In person*! donations 1. Ballots postmarked after that Registration has to be In person. I$' I,

I and the rest In Softball time will not be considered In the 60 Bradford County : IS. PreMnt nwmbenhlp In a rer,;* component of the armed breast And youths registering are urgedto 'f!, II I

-game proceeds. final total. youngsters and oldsters have ... .......,...........................................--........-................ come on the day' designated I ,
h. Alligator Creek project Is nosed budget a month ago to the Although local businessmen The results of the poll .will be been seen tn the School Annex 45a..b .. A'..... .__. ...... .._.., .__. (10..... _...1 for.their age group.. f' I
$181,158 finally backing the Lighting Fund are'' building (old USD) this week '
lud up. Is adopted. mittee, the Lions Club has announced in next week' Tele .............................. ................................................. The Registration Board con t
he 1948-49 County budget Changes made In the adopted graph., singing and dancing and generally 10-'....._.....Ieft. slats of Clerk A. J. Thomas .

ted.. and some minor changes, budget a a distinguished from the headed the campaign.A. cutting up-and It has lasted I .... thai I have mrllo th. (or.s.l"S _.w.r. .m4 that ....' are treat School Superintendent Arthur It. I'' !
tly in the police branch of the proposed budget" as published in B. Baker, spokesman for Bradford Principal every night during the whole UcRae, and County Judge K. K. I IPerryma.n. i iI
nty, it la ready to be put*Inhoie the Telegraph a month ago are: the Committee asked Thursday solid week! ,

(1)) A new item of $300 for for all to attend the Softball Speaks On EducationAt The reason for all the merriment .. ...................,.... .....-. .. ..- ..<.-....-........... They are responsible. ,
P' ,?10...j_....j.|-f.tDEscmmoN ,; I for the registration and the safekeeping '.
were the main resultsthe public improvements In Theressa. series and help obtain the funds is the advent of Anne Livingston of registration cards until '
Rotary
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County Commissioners' ((2) An Increase of $500, In "Fees to get the lighting equipment. The Meeting fun maker extraordinary or REGISTRANT turned over to Selective Service f ,I

ting Thursday, August 19. And Cost of Sheriff", making a equipment when Installed, will A review of the developmentof who came to the fair city Board Number 18. f} .

lie Alligator Creek clearing total of $5,500. provide modern lighting for foot educational trends. In the of Starke to show that anyonecan $IK. Color of .,.. .......... Calr' kalr .......... Complexion __.__.._.. The law requires the reglstra/i I It p
last May. largely ((3)) An increase of 400. making ball Softball and baseball .
ect began night United States waa given by Chas.S. play and have fun-whether H.I..' U..roj>.) _._ ft. ___ 1 In. Wla-hk. Cap_*.) ___ **.. _.? Uon of all male persons who ''I '
reward< for the efforts of a total of $1.000 In Sheriff's Commission games. Indoors or out whether activeor
B.: John p'artln. principal of BHS. at Other eVilou* ..,.Ieo' aluumctorlatlc that. will aid In .....tllIt....tI have .Breached the 18th anniversary !
tc Senator Charley on Fines Collected". "We have done an excellentlob the regular meeting of the Rotary Inactive whether 9 or 60. of their blrthdat and wbo.r t

ifcured the aid of the State ((4)) An increase' of S300.:\ to a of raising $...000..and It seems Club Wednesday. Actually. Its been a course on ...................--.....-..........................-...--.--.- have not reached the 28th annl- I I
4 Department clearing,,the total of $1,500 for "Other Law shame that shall lack 9 certify .... thai the ..
; a ,we- good having fun. mr aaiwer are Steel aeraoai res-teteref bee ra4 versa? ? of their birthdat exJ}
k. Work on the project ended Enforcement Agencies". ball ,lighting for the want of Ur. Partin stated that the ultimate haa heel read .. him .... ... aaaweni lhl I here iUaje *a) ... alawalajia .. ) t
aim of modern.'education: i is ,Anne Livingston U the likable eaatk a4 mat aM at fete aaewer of whleh I hare. hJMWteas-o are tra. copt for members .of the ACTIVE (
un. when W. H. Smith of (n.lnorea"'ot'$300.. to a 1500.. By .sponsoring the softball ped to. live and work' In I personality' who has been teaching eim t a* allow*i armed service | ''f I ,...
rke protested that the .drainof I tot*!' of $1.500.. for the ."Feedingand series, we are doing our best coopers'to -, the Recreational L '
Course all ol
turn out useful clUsensi The "registration
the Creek ,would.flood hia Car of Prisoners". to offer something for'our monoey..ttel' equip-I this ,week to those who .. .... ............-...... .... .... ,,......... .........- ................a.- ,i 20-day period .
tlon, with 4P.I registered !:: allow .for .registration actio'4ing
olherrE4ucatloij, .: ,: e. 'I
sty unless* pro/vision was day la not I'e..ttlct. entirely ,tI. far,It., She has 1,been tnlnlnacnaUonal ; re t to age' groups, with tb.'id.st, \I 1
to drain',the waters from total of $1.440. for "Guard at good cause. Lets back the teams three I I leadera ..lnc IMS ,and ,,":". ......... ...........''- .......... '" ''j'
ipw>n Lake on Into New River: Bounty' Jail". r" are'turning'ou to help'' In. the 'IVs but also .seeks to --i. ;.;;.;. .; : ,;a--; lregl.t.nnl'flrat.. Registration .
to' she really get around. Her next will be in this '
e County Commlsslbners auth. ((7) An Increase of S400. making I good lighting," he said. Impart the' 'student a skill ........... for local hoard ._........_.....___._____.._._____.__. order: 'I' l''
.>d a contractor to examine I a total of $SOO, for "WttneMFees" Personal contributions be whereby he'may- .earn a llvlne-l scheduled stop after Starke Is in territory which Mr. Smithd I can as well as good health and physical the Carolinas and then' ane's tween August 30 and December J1$ .
made by mailing checks, made headed West.
I fitness and a knowledge of 31, 1922. ,
first be cleared but the Clerk A. J. Thomas said .that I S( t
Fund j
out to the Lighting Committee -
mission voted to end the pro- the increased expenditures for law to A. B. Baker Starke.: the significance of the family So Anne Livingston makes the August 31 or September 1 I ,L,
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before the contractor's report enforcement are to insure proper and the rights and duties of a circuit while leading her courses, persons born in the year 1823. ill' '

presented service even' though the "Traffic citizen. and local Starkltes say It has September 2 or September 3 If'I t p

eric of the Circuit Court A. Patrol" was omitted from this I Five CandidatesBid Mr. Partin pointed out that been quite tn honor for Starketo persons born in the year 1924. 1 1 :

rtiomas explained) this week year's budget. In previous yearsa For PositionsOn members of the Rotary dub could be benefitted by her leader September 4 or September T '; f r.

the project was halted be- I County employe drawing $Z,- help young men and women In ship. It Is believed that Starke -persons' born $In the year 1923. .j 't{ : : "

.,1 of opposition from the I 100 a year. was hired to patrol Starke CouncilThe deciding. on a vocation_ by counseling Is the smallest community in/ September 8 or September 9 ,% 3 '

ker section of Bradford Coun- the roads. with them and advising I I which she has conducted her Slaa_p of th* Local Bear of J.rMiellaw' *. eJetormtowe persona born In the year 1926. j J i I

The protests centered around Decreases In the adopted budget City Council met last Wednesday concerning requirements, cost of.course. hr Item S. front a( caM> September 10, or September 11' ,J t'', ,

idea that drainage Into Samp Include a $450 decrease In the I I morning August 25.: to. reparation, etc. The talented leader' representsthe U, S. GOVCHNMCNr PfllNriNO' OT'ICC '141-0-79001" persons born- in th.--.. .VroA... IO.OT.. ,hSeptember ,
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River and the Santa Fe Rlvotild County Agent's salary making make up the ballot for the September In. closing the speaker praisedthe National Recreation Association 13or September 14 ]{' ;, ;
14 elections and to officially -
flood property In ,the the celery S1300W:\ : a d"cren.e of'', physical plant of the elemen. and she has been sponsored R. Bruce Warren persons born In.the year 1928. ,it 6 I
the list of candidates Tornadoes
kearea. S 100 In the General Welfare Fund recognize running for the office of tary and high school In Starke.I|I locally by several interested Bradford Native BHS September 15, or September 18' ,it'; .,
e minutes of the Board meet- (making It $3,600)), and a de- stating that It ranks near the Starkltes. The Starke Lions Club persons born In the year 1929. ': '

reveal that "Upon motion orea-e In the Post War Building CIty Councilman.When top, If not the top for plants In I underwrote the $125 expenses for Dies At Lake Butler September 17 or September 14 'I'' t

ndo and unanimous vote it Fund making It $52,677.50 Insteadof the August 24 deadline towna of this size In North Florida her trip to Starke. although It Need More Boys persons born between January I ,

decider! to abandon the Alll- the orglnally planned $55,000. ror the qualification of candidates He stated that It was the aim Is expected from the large enrollment R. Bruce Warren 74. retired I 1 and September 19, 1930. 't!' f

r Creek, Sampson and Santa had passed. five Starke In the course that the farmer and naval stores Persons who {I"
The budget will go Into effect of the faculty to develop the opera. were born on or '; t
iver drainage project." this< fiscal year, which begins Htlzpns had qualified to run for scholastic standard until It wouldbe money will be refunded to the Lor, died at his. home on a rural Bradford High School head after September 19. 193O. will '' J!1 .

.nes In the 1918-49 budget October 1.Commissioners. the City Council. The expiring on par with the physical plant. Ltona. Lake Butler route Tuesday mornIng Coach J. C. Hobbs commented this register on the day they attain .

rot drastic. In fact the over- present at the terms of three present Councilmen The' speaker was! Introduced by In addition to the classes con. after a prolonged Illness He week that "It's too early to tell their 18th birthday anniversary ; J

ffcct wall, to lower the cost meeting were chairman 1'01.0. Har- W. ,M. Edwards. C. A. I T K. McCIane. Jr., chairman of ducted nightly Mrs. Livingston was originally from Bradford I yet" when asked about the 1948 or within fivedays thereafter :. I .

i"nernment by $824-from rell. P. D. Reddish. E. L. Craw. Knight, and Junius Smith, are to the Club's Community Service has been leading a group of Negroes County. football prospects, About 30 boys, 'I, I 1 ,

:92 as suggested In the pro- ford and J. I*' Wynn. be filled in the September 14 program. In recreational activities Funeral services were held Us. 'trying out for all team positions, Five More Youths

elections. each afternoon.To Wednesday! afternoon In the Sardla were out for practice this week. ,

adline Those! who qualified and whose climax the week's fun mak Baptist Church at Lake But "The Important thing is to get[Join Army Colors. :
Auor. 31 Starke Male Chorus I Baker AnnouncesFor i
names the Council directed to InK, a round and square dance ter. The Rev. L. A. Shepherd, assisted the boy out for practice-and Five :

"Term-rial: Leave To, Organize Monday appear on the ballot areV.. M. City CouncilA. Is planned for tonight (Friday) by the Rev. John Dicks, soon" Coach Hobbs said. "The I assumed more Army Bradford khaki CountUnH!OJ hr

Edward! H. A. Bishop, .Jr.. ,A. at 8 p.m. with the whole officiated.Mr. first game Is only three weeks thin week
and *
terans Reminded The Initial practice and organization /: I I B. Baker 1. O Hazen and James B. Baker partner In the Hide. Invited. Mrs Livingston country.will Warren was born In Ilracl off and from the number we now left In Monday Jacksonville for final enlistment !' I

'neollected terminal leave pay meeting of a local Male Lewis. I firm of Biggs and Baker SportIng conduct the square dancing. ford County on May\, IS: 1874. and have out for ball It looks as If Ively moving under before act- t J.
Army
terani must. be applied for Chorus will be held Monday nite Goods Store located on Call moved to Union County In 1917. we'll only have 23 boys ready togo These enlistments orders. ", '

.Auffun 31, Albert I.. CrosBrailford rt 8:30: o'clock In the Methodist I Councilman Smith Street, announced'thls week that Registration Books He married In Lake Butler to when we meet" Newberry hereon ford County,total to bring approximate-the Brad- 1' -;
recreation building, according to he would be a candidate for City Miss\ September 24. "
County's veterans Minnie Parrlnh on October 1y 18 In the .
Again past month.All '
Ice officer reminded veterans an announcement yesterday by Not To' Run ; Councilman in the September 14 Open In CourthouseThe 23, 1904. "It's Important for the boys of this i

week Rev. L. A. Shepherd, acting direc Issues Statement I City elections. He had been a member of Sar- Intending to play ball this yearto signed for weeks enlistments ';", '
County regular
Mr. Baker first came to Stark registration books dis Church come out for Army servic.. .
r. Cr6/).by said will Baptist at Worthington practice now. pr The five I
that remain
tor.Mrs. enlisting
r O enlisted World \ L. A. Canova will serveas Junius M. Smith. Incumbent in 1940. but ,was absent for some 2 open through August Springs for 33: years and fh they won't be ready to play until were: Po

''rs who roie personnel from enlisted and accompanist for the group, member of the City Council whose years after that year. He returnedto of Registration.31 In the office of Supervisor addition to being a Deacon' he the season Is over half completed I, .Johnnie WI1JJarn D.T. Bennett 18. Star ce. I

"* irav I and all men who like to sing are term will. expire) in September Starke, In January of 1046 and Albert Lee Crosby. had served his church as clerk ," the Coach said. Sumner 17. Lawtey. i

"''nat leave apply for uncollected cordially invited to attend this announced Tuesday that he will has been established in business [ After August the books will for 25 years. In the meanwhile football Dewey P. Sumner 17. Starke.

>Mer of the pay during the first meeting. not be a candidate for re-election here since that date. be sent to the precincts to enable The deceased U survived by hU has settled down to bunlness.practice Arvin sumner Jr-' 17, Lawtey.. I I! :$, IHilton

"oni: must month be postmarked only. Ap-, The need for a Male Chorus and Issued the following statement Although he has never held others to register.All wife and by four children, Mrs. although the boys will be In Waldren. ,18, Lawtey }"If I r f;

I'll midnight. August 31. The has long been ,felt In this community : public office Mr. Baker said that Bradford County residents Blanche Brown of Worthington shorts until September 1. After The preliminary'; enlistments 4 11.1 1

1IIn. WILt extended bewrvlce and it Is believed thatIt "Because of business reasons he stood for "more government who, .have not yet qualified to Springs. Miss Mamia Jo Warrenof t that ,date a State ruling permits were made by Bart.- Curr.n- --- :-l*-_ 1 -
once fill an Import. prevent my serving I vote in me Ocala, Herbert L. Warren of Potts who Le located I.n the "' I' !
will soon help that might with less tax dollars" and that county are urged to he: use of uniform. In practice. Starke :,
ant place on programs for special, out my term should I be elected if elected he would do his utmostto register now to avoid the last Wilson. N. C., and Francis P. Fostoffic every Monday between 1
officer said his re-election In minute A new addition to the practice tile hour. t>f 8 .. -
Ce vents and other occasions. I am not seeking fulfill his duties to the satisfaction rush. Registration can be Warren of Jacksonville. Three m. and noon to '
nr the Would assist veterans In the coming election for. the City of all. accomplished In the office; of the granddaughters also survive him. field Is LInwood (Dutch) Funder enlist men In all branches of the I 1

"<< applications. Army p r- Drivers Licenses Council. H Supervisor of Registration. located Interment was In Dekl Cemetery burk, new assistant Coach. Under, Army.! or Air Foree. His bead- -
mu.t
produce prntostatlc to thank the citizens In the Courthouse at Lake Butler with DeWIttC. qsrartera are In the
*. of "I want on Tues him. training U the line which Includes JacksonriUe
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rg, both sides of their dla.pappI'S Go On Sale Seot. 7 who have cooperated with me In Ruby Johns' Runners day Thursday and .Saturday of Jones In charge. Jack Walowright, Kenneth Postoffic building ,

while Navy' Mar- trying to do what I thought best Win Softball MatchRuby each week. The office is open Among the honorary pall bear-
Corps
el and Coagt Guard( per- At .Judge's Office; for all concerned In my efforts to 0 to 12 am. and 2 to 5 p.m. era were Judge A. Z. Adklns, Oscar Johns; Leslie Phillips Paul Carter New Babes Receive t

mu t produce their cU8e licenses for 1948-49 will serve the City In an economicaland Johns' Runners came out Andrew and Dr. W. E. Mlddleton. James Phillips, Dewey Thornton ,

1101\ppand to receive notice of '.e. go Driven on sal In the office of CountyJudl' progressive way. I also .wantto the victor In the double header Round, Square Dance all of Starke. J. W. Walker. Carl Edwards. Welcoming Tokens '
the uncoiledMy the other members of scheduled for last Monday aftera .
thank
Ronald
Futch.
Floyd Donald
Hunt. '
H. K. Ferryman on Sep All babies
'' born '
who have served with of 18-8 Scheduled Tonight in Bradford .
over
Council victory
the crowning
Kiddie. To
Register Hazen. Marshall
r,. Cr tember 7- Mott. and County will receive
a
by's office 'l located: inCourthoule. licenses me. for their: cooperation. the Junior Women and the defaulting welcoming i
All holders of 1947-48 The Faye Durban. rift if their .
.The citizens of Starke should of the Bloomer Girls public II cordially invitedto : For School Aug. 31 parents will registerl.
U without
open during may Obtain the nw.licenaea a round and dance The ball team Is Ave them with the RonnU-Donnle
in a City square at practicing '
5 living
to
nil be p..u. .BM >fall d to show"up complete
hll.ine hOUr ,on Tu... rexamlnat4m'th.-.appli that is as financially' sound asStark. the double header. the School Annez'buddlisg (old Tuesday 'August 31, Is the day daye' week'from 4'to 6 p. m, Store the proprietors of the : I
Thursday and Saturday. cation la mad during the monthof USO) tonight, (Friday) beginningat for children going to school:: forth store announced this week.
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September. instead of knocks, Virginia Milligan pitched to 8 p. m. Mrs. Anne Livingstone first time to register. Elementary II Previously the offer' WM i t
little help .
# llcenaws expir October "A catcher Ann Parker for the winning Osborn Strout TransfersRose limited to the
ay Name Current lone way toward making who has been conducting a recreational Principal Grace babies born In ;
Chosen will a
1 and after that date new drivers go still better pUce Runners while Lou Beyera course In Starke will be announced this week. The children Shadycrest Hospital, but the 0__ ,;
Tbert Dsj 1. permits may only be obtained by Starke a 'p.miUariMyourseivei pitched to Lillian Stump and In charge of the square dance. can be registered In the Primary Fitzgerald home on Highway r era of the store decided to broaden .

b s rvlce chairman of the paying a delinquent fee of $1 or m which with to live.tl* _handling. of Ruth Baker for the Junior Women.AJ There Is no charge and all building between the hours of 9 No. 100 (Palatka Road) sold the offer although some 23 I '

ie committee In the submitting to a new driver test by attending far as ump Merrill '"Burrhead"' Interested persons are urged to and 12 a.m. or 1 and 3 p.m. to Joseph A. Moor Of Ft. Lauder- registrations bar already been .

,t Rotary Club announced The normal fee for license Is $1 the City'businesa meeting" ask to see McMillan could determine an of attend. The event .la sponsoredby Children who will be six years dale. received. .

Week that LeJC Green had for operators and $2 for chauf- the financial Council reports that are pre the girls escaped without Injuries. the BHS P.TA Recreational of age before Jan. 1, 1049, are Stanley's Ranch owned by Mr.' The offer'became effective Aug.Mrs. .. I

'flitted the The Bloomer Girls defaulted because -' eligible tot registration.Birth use 1.,,
winning name for feurs. week pared monthly. These are no secrets Committee and there ''will be and Mn. O. B. Stanley on Highway .
aew Judge Ferryman said this of their large attendance In certificates, or certified Florence
Rotary less likelyto C.
bt called! Bulletin ;whIch that 4.230 licenses were Issued and you" will be the recreation course given this tames and other recreational facilities copies are required at the time No. 100. sold to Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Vir.... Fhmn operate Flynn and the

.. The Rotary Bea- by his office during the pat critlcUe.Junlus M- Smith week by Ann Livingston.. for those who like them. of, registration Fred Cole of Detroit Mich. Ronnle-Donnle Store., ..., A

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COCNTT TELEGB-VrH.. 3TAKKE._ nDSID.\.. ._ I'"RI '" '\!:.!' !:
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Jlggs'grave. up all. I
have
I The xemUas guard ,.
fun.
TWOBradford
rAGE ..'- school. I well recall my son's first The wren Is gone. My canary Life la, so good. Merry over little patterns anll reqU"RtI rot

,.- day, Life baa always been good' is shedding. Don has gone to things whoopee! God bieaa you, lIt'eds.: I It t, .

County Telegraph Dull ,Day Clay Hill but suddenly I realized baby and that life Sonny took )

1877 e, L. MATTHEWS. 'OWNI.EOIrubU.h' : Items By Lara. Burg*** Moke wa 1 no longer a
not quite
ESTABLISHED meaning
different!
r-a. Nrkr.Wherela on a ,.
aDd Entered BM ,
Every Friday Office at Starke, Ft*. By H. O. Davis .- the same. So having this ver! > ..

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at the Pont wher
(11- Matter .- I ix-te the whrel* .! experience: of my own

7948 Over In adjacent Union County, I tlnn. torn on anti I enjoy the eta y* teaching, I tried to make each ,

MEMBER which has Its County seat located dreaming. of nchool day ofye shining hour of the youngster whc .. ,

$1.30 For SI* Mouth in Lake Butler Is a Uttle te-May.' to me so worth his while VALUESSa'V'e
Annually cam
Subscription $2.SO -the Union I coul HUGE
weekly newspaper The house Is strangely stillNo Always in the background ,

County Times. Its managing editor voice ha* called' me out mother! who sent him THEY LAST
Is congenial old fellow.! S. see the dear !
LETTER TO TIME MAGAZINE a To *_ a worm or bug. to school. Yes WHILE
A bravely
A. Wilson who has been In the No strewn about.i or her so
follow Inn letter nm nailed to the editor racket for some 60 toys help and I was abl
The big
(Kclltor1: note; newspaper i \t was a
of Time Magazine under dute Augimt II. Whether or not the Irtt..rwill years. I The pup sita at the door to fully understand. Many doori BEATTHE

Frankly we doubt It.) Downcast, no wag of tall swinging open to th 'S
he published remain to he seen. The publisher! of this newspaper are now f.M fUELSHORTAGE
I No echo! In my ear and somehow my hear 1I'C
is our own R.A. (Lex) Green, children !
Sir: You have toM us In great detail of reporter Ray Sprlgle's. tour who resides over on 'Walnut St. Of hammer on a nail. goes out to each child,all teache thre "'

16. Press) and the Jim Crow articles he In Starke. Mr. Green alao lists and parent. I have been ; $2.8.15.
of the South (Time Aug. Does one get used to it? are vivid. Suet Fuel Storage

is currently authoring In the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. himself on the newspaper's mast I i Ani la It Just a ruleS and memories hours I spent I' 30' .
Lee, Negro publisher of the NewarfcTelegram. head as "Editor-in-Chief". golden precious!
For your Information, Davis I S ThAt mother's longest day room. In my heart wll TANKS

> Newark. N. J. (la weekly Negro newspaper) also recently In the July 30 issue If the UnIon Is Sonny's first at school the school last school root A-rltC F :
\ County Times Is a column writ* -Lucy E. Hoffman always be my desk nvbook 36" S
F
South. loved my
toured the Hill. 1 TflC
Since you have yet to print two consecutive sentences on race ten by the Editor-in-Chief. The How true the above poem Is. at Clay*, the very walls, and nv: 4;. A TttC F..N; $49.50 50.82.100,140,
without permitting your own biased opinion column said in part: I can never los $69.50
relations In the South and each Autumn somebody's lit darling children. F 220gal.sizes .
to color, or rather off-color, the report, I hope you will permit us to "The Board of County CommLs tle dear starU his first day at them for they are locked wlthl ", ...."1'T1C S $8450 180

from Davis Lee's article since it does not follow the Time-line iloners for Bradford County has my heart. Yes, I am a born teacher ....T'l'lC F and
quote I I 12. ,t.ra.
and would never be noted in one of your regular departments lust set an all-time high tentative -t love teaching 1\10\0'" larger.iww" .

Reporter Sprite spent four weeks In the South dlsgused as a budget. They have jumped it i Harley W. Keen Somehow these days I bav T IJ Ie8le'"
I
Negro and found that: "My rights of" citizenship ran only as far a* from a figure of S1\: 01.00 for I I Finishes Boot Camp such a lightness the of world.heart.I feel I haY &.coUDta

white man said they did 1945-48: to a suggested! not a care in
the nearest the year! "I than" Lavatories
racial attitude "moat former resident I can only say
Lee, however! found the South' Harley ". Keene. a well! and
Publisher! for 1048-49 of $161.931.- Some
drawn and defined that there can be budget of Hellbronn Springs, recent Thee, Father" when I pray. --

ouml.:' "Lines" are said HO hla clearly report. "When I am In Virginia or South CO. This is grevlous and deplor ly.ompleted how I feel! that the world thes wl' 'T BLES : (-: 1 .

no confusion, white Is example of boot out all right and that \C I
if I will be nerved if t walk into a able. It a glaring Navy turn drafted fLUSH P'C At.tae"e". &eat.
I don't wonder be "
Carolina will soon f
and training at San lads that wu"
several
I have walked into extravagence, mismanagement! dear .)
However.
restaurant' I know the score. Califor, the army will\ come horn yE 'tabl. _.- -
Diego into
we have a civil rights law, .and have mal-admlntstratton. Such unwarranted ar y L l"e" I ,
where! They
right here In New Jersey nia. He spent I better and stronger.
and levying of Tim LET I
spending first Peace \
been refused service. an 8-day leave a part of our 'TO .
In Atlanta Reporter Sprtgle documented cases where streetcar taxes may force! properties off with his sister, Army The strongest! bravest, an- sbht..t..o. "

down black who didn't know their about Mrs. J. B. Anderson on earth They wll ce \ -
motormen had shot passengers the tax books and bring smartest boys world b ,ueo. em!
-- of the
Houston.
in
sales of lands for taxes In j keep the peace
place. large .1"
favorably with Newark The that we have a pOll Chi- 9 1M"1ffff &
Texas.
Publisher Lee reports: "Atlanta compares! | the very fact ... I
Bradford County. foreEspecially $$1
air
and control mlllons of attended and Cbto. $1.50wltb lauce"
Negroes there own youth erful army, navy aa to J
In size and population. All the Negro business in New Jersey win "The members of the Board school at Hell proud are we of tr- 8\4)eD.Tf94' : $;h SO. j.-

dollars worth of business. has In one city In Georgia This pay little If any taxes themselves bronn, BHS In boys who have volunteered! for thAll' v"". 1 """ '
race
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amount to aa much as our nee! GasOlnl1.5 ,
not Starke. and Jeff until there Is no rtlOt'llt., ( I
and are thus unable to appreciate Forces 0 tdJtO
and Virginia.
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Is also true of South Carolina I understant \ r" TANKS"
than IJ.VI8 "'hur ..gh In Houston, for the draft theie, :
of civil rights legislation the burden of excessive taxation.
boasts more kee
"New Jersey today Texa.. at home to ,,E
any other State In the Union, and State Government itaelt practices! They may appreciate howevt'r.the We home who stay fires burning can pra n' rass&SISFI S ,ooo-aal"u I cali-IlL

discrimination than Virginia, South Carolina or Georgia. New vote getting Influence of the out yonder In th fJrTi Heavy., : 1
more the boys
All of Tobacco Allotment for 1O'UU, 9iesi \ "
Negro in the Motor Vehicle Department. and continue to that they win fc \ jtftO to \
Jersey employs one squandered funds camps, pray M ,1 ,-..Of4ttaittd 1- s 11$32. -
the States above mentioned employ plenty. up the budget and raise taxes.** Upped Five Percent Just what they! should be an .. -
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wants to do, he can do it In the South.In desire them to bf -- I GASOUS:
"No matter what a Negro In a way, Mr. Green's attack on Says County Agent what you most IE"eHES ISla'
Spartanburg, S. C. Brneat Collins, a young Negro, operates! a the County Commissioners of I believe your prayer will ban X SHE.. hmp'eELO"E.

large funeral home, a taxicab business, a filling station grocery Bradford County is an attack County Agent T. K. McClane I i wered. How proud we are o ... S' to \1'Oe $, .00 p.r Sh.!!, Ele>('tr'fsu, 0\1fI.\
bes "
store!, has several busses, runs a large farm and a night club upon me. I spent Into the wee! disclosed this week that he had them. They will\ have kind the treat $3 5.00 per "' f t. Up ,"fordlDI bY"""

"Collins couldn't do all that in New Jersey or New York. The hours one Wednesday night interpreting received! a proclamation from food, good clothes and H aMES !\ n,

are! In the South. If a Negro in the County's proposed of Charles ment. I would that I was youngand -
only bus lines operated by Negroes Secretary Agriculture WAG tralring SlD 1'HE
New Jersey or New York had the money and attempted to obtain budget and I waa proud enough I F. Brannon setting a 1949. national I could take the life I knox W .LLIO SEE LOW .$ $495.00

line he would not only be turned down, but of the result to believe! that the quota for flue-cured tobacco again. Wonderful S2.'hc ft. .S, LUMBER ,
to a
franchise operate betteso
a good or \ .ED
Is
even .
he would be lucky If he!' didn't get a bullet In the.back."Negroes news story could not be easily of 1.030,000,000! pounds I the Navy do not be afraid to anr SEAS 2)l'sHNG ,

and whites get along much belter together In the misunderstood. I This proclamation, made in girls the call to.be a WAVE W PIlE-W All, 4's to
misunderstood. wer f\oortOg\
South than Northern agitators would have you believe. Of course, Obviously It was conformity with the Agriculture will be so proud of you \ '

I know that there are some nore spots down there, and we have them Right off hand its clear to has us Adjustment Act of 1038, as amen- .' There has been another deafat SHE\'T

The! trouble In the hat the cost of government ded, would result In an acreage. ,
bad as It In painted.
up here also But It la not at! The coat-of-livtng has Clay Hill. Floyd Padgett die

South stems from dumb, Ignorant whites and, Negroes, not from the risen 7one up.tremendously In the past increase! to of most approximately farmers. Converting fiveperct'nt 1 last Sunday about three! in th i ir

Intelligent, better class element of the! two race*. few years! and we know that the poundage quota to afternoon. I am very !sorry t

"The entire race. problem In America Is wrong." Our approach cost of government has risen Inn the 1010 acreage allot- \! hear It. Most everyone near th

la wrong. We expend millions of dollars trying to convince white '\ equal degree. So no doubt acreage merits will total about 060,000 Clay Hill church hag been attend

people that we are as good as they are. Our fight for recognition government expenses have upped acres compared with 908,000 al- Ing church every night. A youn- "

justice, civil right and equality should be carried on within proportionally to the coatofUvIng. loted In 1943."The girl has been preaching. Luell niPINT

the race. Let us demonstrate to the world by our living standards, Austin is under the doctors' care
above is based on
that we are the equal of show in his quota Many are now hoeing and crop ,
abihty and intelligence i Mr. Green-did not :'
our conduct our the and demand situation collarda, of which there II i i'a
supply
II, ping
and when we shall have done this the entire! world, Including column the slow Increase in the \ ,
any man 'I Manning an1
Fanny
and reflects! need under today's nice crop.:

will'accept 'us on our terms. cost of Bradford County government
thtl
South, well. Dorothy Is plan
situation. If further studies of family are
to show a
We submit, dear Time, that there Is more! common sense! more Ha preferred She wi'!
to school.
developments during the next several nlng on goli.g
three
than In i, doubling In the cost In a I
thought in one of Publisher Lee's paragraphs the ninth grade. She wlsheI
Constructive between 1043-1948.: months reveals need for further I be in !
full of stuff written! by "Bitter" Ray Sprlgla and a year period teach her NathaiMoaley RLfoa
whole carpetbag The somewhat gradual Increase Increase! the Secretary of was back to

dozen others like him. The trouble la that they're bitter before they In the coat of our government Agriculture has the authority to !' is staying with his sister
i iI
ever leave home was shown thus In the! newa! story increase the announced quota up I I Mrs Carson Griff, at Highland I |Utn

Yes, Time, you are.mlaalng the boat on this Important Issue. Ycv!,I of the proposed ''budget! : to 20 percent at any time prior and going to school at Lawtey IMI<

could be a powerful Influence in the right direction, but your present to March 1, 1910," Mr. McClaneackled. Clay Hill will not start for a fev

line succeeds only in antagonizing the South arousing the Negro,: I 1015-46 $ 73.207 I I weeks! yet. The whole neighborhood 4 Picnic Cooler
over the un
and misleading the poor Northern do-gooder, thua neatly thwarting: 19-6-47 94.827 in still grieving THE

constructive effort that might posubly spring from one of these 1947-48 111.149 City Sets Tax Rate ; timely death of Mrs. GenevirPadgett follcIUl..DFOIID
H any 1948-49 161,932 wife of Ben Padgett.IIELITf .

,,\l, : ; three sources. Lets Sewage Contract :I. HINTS: I did not
: Granted that Reporter! Sprlgte did find the wrongs about which But even those figures, as the Likes
r could be taken out
know that rust
i I 1 he writes. We're big boys now, and most of us realize'" that such news story pointed out, do not At Meeting Aug. 17 so easy until I tried lemon Juice Everybody

occasional evils do occur In the South, Just aa they occur. In every ,exactly represent! the cost of The! City Council at it's meeting and salt. It really did work I applied
and hamlet both above and below the "Smith & .WellRon"'f Bradford County government. For
t city, town, Tuesday, August 17: It about three times. When
I Instance of the 1141.140 in the .
!.: i Line. But why, O Time, can't you sprinkle a little Lee on your Sprixle 1947-48 ,budget, over $37.000 was ((1)) Set the tax rate at 12 mills.(2l your cedar cheat has lost Its odor
I every now and then and nerve! your trusting readers with something refresh! it with sandpapering the
set aside for Pont War Planning.In ( Granted a contract for the
.}( 4 more palatable than the moldy hash and re-hash that you drag out inside of the cheat enough to
: other words, Bradford County extension of the sewage system.
J of the Ice box; at every opportunity With a man like Publisher Lee open a new surface. Use left over
: i set a little neat egg buck In the voters'
Eliminated some "
1 1\ I' to edit your race relations copy you mightbegin, at long last, to get cupboard ((3)) books and toast for trying French toast
from the registration
Use an egg! carton to pack'plumsor
somewhere. And In the $161,082 proposed set a meeting date in order to peaches! or other traits when ,

. IIJt1 budget for 1048-49, there Is a oermlt the reinstatement of names -
picnic.
you go on a .
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''Jiit, : S55.000 Hating for Post War Planling. deleted.(4k .

\ j Son That means that the County (' Favorably paned upon the Is Lemon lemon.!' Pie Mother My uied favorite to make pie

: R. B. Alvarez & 'a storing back $53,000 for improvements mggeitlon of a delegation that one on my birthday. Here is her

(la new County jail the blowing of the whistle at the dear Mother!
ve hope) and that the coat of recipe My
plant cease.
City
'918-49 government will actually power Bake! a nice pie crint on the!

! 1 Transfer & Storage Co. inly be $106.982. And that's a In setting the mtllage at2 back of a pie tin. Turn right side }
mills, the Council pointed out
*%vorable figure when compared up In a glass pIe plate and set
'
that no change was made from aside to cool. I use one lemon |:
rtth last year's cost.
AGENT FOR DELCHER BROS. last year's! rate. The Council also '
i.l1 : six of flour. "
1 I don't know why Mr. Green : tablespoons ....
approved of the 1048 tax evaluation ...>.. 'S< 'hv ...
of three three ,
cup sugar cgg >
lone
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f.: 9105 llstorted my perfectly good news | > '. '' ''$
] Phone roll "
and the tax .
f. accepted .
_niDI aac1 tory, If he did happen to get tablespoons of comxtarch. 1-4 ," "2' ',\i'. : '<' minor
[ with a few changes.A <
salt, tablespoon butter .
teaspoon! one < ;tr
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information from this news- NI' ;
'la I
1t\ t, We Operate (" ..ala.d Lonjr Distance. contract for $23.032 for improvements three! cups of boiling" water :'t,<,\&b ,". <'>i""',
; Ha would probably say }? '., .
In 'aper. WW " ir' Also Hauling Anywhere hat he was clamoring for a lower on the sewage system I use an aluminum skillet. Put ""R"" 'i<.Y.t. .'*' -.
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"'rimt; was granted to D. W. BrownIng the' of the flour and f>t-tY.f :: '
in !
Starke City Limits. out In Bradford County govern cup sugar ",.(<'?># "'0:'w-/!.:..:"
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\ :.t. of Beach. Work on """ ""'i{ Yj: y .'
Daytona corn starch and gently stir in thee <
ment. the construction, which includes yokes adding a little of the Yi-\Y! >1 <,
g
t I SEE US FIRST But It was Mr Green himself '< ,V'
.. several extentfons to the! present I hot water, until It is a paste. Here .x, ':";' ,
I. who last year when he waa
darnest system; and two lift or booster .L. where! t do different I peel the!
County Attorney, did hla
stations. Is expected to begin next lemon, remove the seeds, and cutup
raise the County Attorney'scalary
Phone 52JMrs. to month! Monday. Although: the Browning the lemon into fine bits, yes, -itIs
about $20 a
8 VlCE 1 company did not make! the low a tuv m ss--r have this In

l t.r.? : .E HartmannVe (George Patten, the -present I ext bid, the Council granted it another vessel, I add the boiling
Attorney, is still receiving
County
the contract because of certain water to the cut up lemon. Leave
old rate of $23: monthly and
the
advantages Included In the bid I the chunks of lemon In? SURE.
each conviction. His salary
f5: for
The Council eliminated names I''That Is how this pie Is different
about $30 month-
usually averages from the voter registration Now. Add the salt to the boiling

\ Wish To Announce 'y. Mr. Green attempted to raise books, al advertised in the Telegraph I water and lemon. Stir It In the
II .he whole works to a flat $::10
taut week. But the Council skillet' with the moistened egg.
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"\onthly-a $20 raise)
The Opening met! at 4 p.m. last Tuesday Aug. flour and a gar. Stir well, set qI I
That's how the cost of
govern- low fire and stir
24. to reinstate names If removed' direct over cons

I nent rises! by mistake. I tantly until It Is thick enough for

of The whistle at the City Power the pie add butter Let coot now ..-

plant, which has: been operating while you beat the three egg l _'. "

TLOCISTNONA EXPERT off snj: on for the past few 1, whites for the meringue. Put the
COLONIAL
egg whites on a large meat platter.
months, was quieted at the request
Add six tablespoons of cold
of
die three ladies who appeared
STREET: STARKE, FtA.' <" I before the Council. The : water, a pinch of salt and begin

beating with a whip.-a wire one.
whistle
blew last at 1 pm. Tues
I day, Au(. 17. Beat until stiff enough for peaks.
Now fold In six level tablespoon

of white sugar, one spoonful at a

Watch For Our I Strout Transfers time. Beat until all sugar .is dissolved.

Now is the filling cooll

Opening September 6 Recent! bv real E.estate A. Strout transfer Agency'are an* i inounced 'I If so, put the filling gently Intc.

the nine Inch pie crust. Spread
aa follows:
evenly. Pile the meringue on th
SERVICEChas. Walter N. Palaaen of Bradford
top. seal the edges good with i i5

County bought the Bilcox Cabins knife, brown In a slow oven ((35<

., C. located at the Intersection of or 300 degrees) for 20 minutes _
To Bo lTnd* **. .....- .f Routes 16 ..
and 230, Klngsley Lake,
Ab! what a pie. Good with i w

Schmltt ShepherdAt Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. fried chicken dinner.It 73f SOTUCO UNOfl AUTHOMTT Of fMI COCA-COIA COMfAMT It

Mrs. CUrl- I Suave of KOchlgan have purchased Is .,"" .. COMPANY
Gay'a Serrice Station the Hail a wonderful! feeling ti STARKE COCA OLA BOTTLING
.. Tourist Court on N. live and be --
merry over! llttlthings. < "",',","
Temple avenue.
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Enjoy Extended Trip To West IM riRctiT roi-RT. IIR.IDP'ORI)I d.nc. and .dd.... Is; eo| John EMrt, Order In next four weakly Issues !: nnrriT COIRT.CO Jl AD FORD of Bradford County Florid., In that As Clerk of said 'Court : t
tonites ; I fOITV.. VLOHIUtlItHV. .' ('u-- I Independence Wla.: Witness my hand and official !'-MTV,' FI.OH1O4.I ('HA%- certain cause ; Circuit jv Havwn crosby D. C.

I I You are required to on seal at Starke Florida. this August rKHY.Jamea Court of Bradford h.n'b, ,Ir. S. Harrjson. Law Exchantretiuildlny. p
.T !ual Sights Throughout Journey Shirley T. Pra.m"n. Plaintiff .. September 13, 1948. In app.al above. 10. 1948. Thomas Clifford Mc. Florida, In Chancery Jiyiksonvilj: **. Florida) '
ii
.".-- J. B. Freeman De'end.nt Case) : named Court and cause, wherein (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomaa Plaintiff, va. Klva W. R. Knight et. al. are plaintiffs and Utvax for fa.___ -20 4t 9-l

"sliding Ariz. "where children 6758. I plaintiff seeks dlvorca. B..df"r AS Clerk of said Court. f n through the and grownups ORDER OP rrEUICATlONANU County Telegraph .hal Hy Haven D. C. OP PUBLICATION Case No. 847. the under- IN CIRCVJT COIILT BRADI"ORI -

Arizona was-ju8t too, come for-asthma and after NOTICE TO APPEARSTATE Order In next weekly lasuea. T. Frank Lnndrum .: Florida, AND NOTICE TO APPEAR signed Special ." by meld d.- ) OjNTY. FWhIDA; IN .
rOme two or three OP FL01Ul to: Witness my hand and official Attys. for Plf 1 : 4t 9.3 STATK OK FL.OKIUA to: .rl. appointed will nell at public 4 IIANLF.l1Ya74llIan
many thrills experlen- years are cured J. a Fr..I.n. whose residence and real at Marks Florida, thla August ElvnV.. Mcdee, whnse residence outcry at the aouth front door of Ftc tie Fries. Plaintiff, vs..

e Mrs. Horace D. '. some never have it at all addr.. .: Ueneral V.lvery. u. 1944. and, address las 20' West 7th Street, the county courthouse) In IUark. 3, A, Friee. tietzendant. Case No.B .
uid _
it. after here." U.nv.r. Colorado: (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas I ix ciRcriT cot-RT, BHAnrotin Wilmington, Delaware Florida to the highest and beat
Hampton and their son. coming You ara laqulrad to appear on AS Clerk of sM. Court rot VTY. FLOHIDAl IN tllAN- You are required to appear on bidder for cash during the legal AND

Mr. and After the September IS, 1545, In tha above Bjr Haven Crosby, D. C. CEll V. September 0. 1.48. In the above houra of tale on Monday Hepternber :$
,1 daughter. crossing desert the named Court and cauaa, wherein Charles R. Hess 204-03 Guaranty Bertie Crews, Plaintiff ".. LammlaCraws named Court and cauae. wherein 6th, 1940. the followingdescri u v

R. Lambert of Washing- Mays and Lamberts Into I plaintiff ae.ka dlvorca. .. Life Bldig.. Jacksonville Florida. Defendant. Case No. 673$. plaintiff seeks dlvorre. Bradford bed property situate In Bradford M? A. rMe.y whose?"re's! once a p pJtden.

recently en- welt County Telegraph shell publish for PI" 8-13 4 '-3 ORDER OF Pt'BLICATION County Telefrraptt shall publish this County Florida to-wlt: Georrial Ifffc
who nave Mexican. Mexico which seemedto Order In neat four weekly .Ihl.j. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Order In next four weekly Issnes.Wltnesa The .\ of 8WH of NEU of Section You a.ia' hereby reaulred toar
wt'ekS' tour of the \Vltneaa my hand and lAiy. '.'" roi MT. HRDPORU my hand and official, TWP. 7 s.. R. 22 K; also >D nr on SeDtember 20. 1948. in
our be comprised mainly of gift seal at ftarka Florida this I IN CHAN STATE OF FLORIDA to: seal at Otarhe, Florida this beginning at the southwest corner the above named court and cause .Ii'
stern *tate Is.. 1048OFFICIAL.. ('RY. 11.0..0. Lemmle Crews, whoaa residence la August 5. |44lOPKUIAt. of KK\ of NE1 of said 8eu. wherein plaintiff seeks aivoc

built on the aide of hops and beer parlors accordingto ( SEAL) A. J. Thomaa Ann Lavtton Plaintiff vs. Charles unknown: SEAL) A. J. Thomas. lion SS Ibl"". run North Ill yards. Bradford County Tee| TM>ft shall ,p :
I II
ore mine AS Clerk of ..Id fourt.Hy Law< Defendant. Case No. You are required to .pp..r onS.lt.mb.r .,. Clerk of said Court thence run East 70 yards thencerun Dublijh this Order In next four-
Mrs.
with an May. "We felt 8 In .
an, much easIer Crosby 1> ORDER OF 14. tt. T. Frank T.andrul. >I ark.. Fla., rlouth TIP yards, thence run weekly Issue's.

,'. The entire city has after getting on Into the dear H. O. B w.v.n1t ., rldC NOTICE PUPICATIONAV plaintiff COI.t. dlvorca. and. absoluteand wherein Ally for rif. -' 4 t17rincrir West 70 yarda to point of beitlnnlna Witness mv ha."* and officialtieal !

It aeema but the Aty.. for a.13) t, STATE OF FLORIDA tO complete. custody and control ;; .ont.lnln. 33 acres more or at istarke, Florida this AusvBv
.mnl.( less together with all tenementa I.heredilamenta I.
Chance L.awton ;
ole American whoaa residencela
side
Lamberts didntabout of the world. iv .. DOOR?, : do Samuel ..1 the minor chld.en. Br.dlo.d'County .' (.O..R., HH 'UFOHnOI"Tt. and appiirteuceathereto 2'iCfAL EAL A. S. Thomas
$ $
the
CIRCI. BRU.ORI *
J Lwton. this .
V-
IH ,
Those F..ORln"l
that until they foreiger 'eyed us and r FLOHIUtl ,i I New Jersey: Adam.ton'l Order Telegraph next .h.n weekly .Issuea.Witness ( 1' bvlonsj-lns As Clerk of aai. court. i
talked to Kit V. You are required to 'IR A. J. Thomaa Crobv. D. C. fjf
suit she Havn
through It and It to us; Elizabeth September 11 1948 In II my bald and orl..1.eat Andl''lnl Ra.r.ta Ferrl Flnlntlff.vsj. Special Master .. R. H.
?,< wrote. B.ty :lul.n.y. Plalntrt.1 at Starke. Florida. A n Prfendant. Case Jr'J H. O. Brov.Duncan. $tarlce. ,
.../to dl i) anything but v. ,ud. Joseph : V.- named Court and causa, wherein I Aiiarust 3. 141.'IOJFtCIAL No. 741oitnen.lo. F.rl. Htarke Hollla .V Fla.Ato'n.y Knight. 10.. LYnch UIdx.. Jack-
"It beautiful rend.lt. Case No. X765.OHDER plaintiff Kecks divorce. Bradford A. J. Thomaa, OF rrni-iPATioN sonvlUe. Florida.( It
a from n r
have hap- trip San for 4 '
what) migh 1 OF PUPX.1CAT1OMAND County Tel..r.ph shall publish thIs ''A. saId Court. AND NOTICE TO APPKAK PI.lntIC. Attva. for rif. 8-20 4t -

didn't long ago D'-"<> to Los Angeles one town NOTICE TO APPEAJlSTATE Jext weekly IsaueaWitness R Haven Crosby, D. C. STATE OF FLORIDA tn! 81 4 (-3
t ( after another OF FLORIDA to: my hand and official K. Perryman Starke. Florida. Anirelo Frrrl. whoae residence,
St. I
right
the along the .nd
slid across Claude Joseph Mtilanay, Whose real.derive seal at tttarke this August
ffice Flo.ld. Ally for Plf. 14 8-S7 address Is: Llbhlena (Arraan) "O'II
house" Mrs. May.way. In Los Angeles they enJoyed la unknown: Ii. 1940.OFFICIALi. You are required la appear on The City ( m.t Auirust 1711).

tall seeing the homes You are required to appear onSepteniSer ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas September 6, 194N In the ahovenamed at : "cl. H.. at Htarke J Plaintiffvs.JBr*>
town of
about 14. omandl.
entire
IN roi MT. HNiltFORItfOIM'V.
and the I 13, 1948; In the above AS Clerk of said Court. f'hItt'St'V Court and. pause, wherein to revise the are Case
ot a .t'Rr. they .ay.". 300 movie stars and also visited named Court and cause, wherein Ry Haven Crosby D. C. FLOIIIU4.I 1' CIIANCKRV. plaintiff aeeka divor.... Bradford I, books of the City of St.k.r.I.t.Rlon, ? e mandl. Defendant. p
f seeks dlvorca. Bradford Zach H. 31 .
plaintiff Douglas. Wait Ashley ida, and the following werestriken HM
shall this
the famous farmers' market where County Telegraph publish I AND
jvs and Lambert let County shall publUh thIs Street Jacksonville Florida Maria, Frollo Vaart, Plaintiff, va. Order In next four Issuea. from the books for the :

July and< made thousands of people shopped for Order In next four weekly lasuaa.Wltrena Attya. for Plf. 8-13 4 '-3IN Albert Vaa-t, Defendant Casa No. 'VUne.1 my hand weekly and official son atated. The Council' will r"a'i

i 1 Ark. and fresh ,vegetables and fruits. my hand and "rlel.1 744. .. Stsrko Florida thIs cession tin the 14th day of AusTiist. Krcole oman 1. 'whoae"Vesfdence
Springs. seal at Stark Florida, this flRClIT COLIOT BRADFORDOl'NT ) i ir
Hot OHDKR OF Pt'BLK'ATlON Aua-ust 5. ] 4tOFr'ICIAI 1 48. at 4-00: o'clock I M, to hear 0Q Baxter Street
and addreaa ; ,
City, Okla.. where they I ''They spent one night In historic (lit. 1944 BEAD A. J. Thomas ((' ". FIORIO.4. IN CH.MKHV. AND :OTH.m: TO APPBAUSTATE ( SKAT) A. .J. Thomaa, complaints.' If any and to restore. New York. New Ja York: '

wells and great OFFICIl. OF FLORIDA to: A* Clerk of said Court any names that h.v. bven erroneously You are hereby rpaulred to
oil Monterey whose history dates of hI Court. Michael D. .larnie. >vs.Itetly '
first C'rk rlalntlt. 5 Flat.Atty striken.
T Frank
Albert Vagt. whona residence andaiidrnNa 20. 1943. In
aeDternber
where Hereford seemed back to 1342. Many of the. old By Oroaty. D. C. Jarvla, .. No. : Unknown: for itn.h'um. "5.45 k't 5.11iv Hoy leu, H. If, dead the Aooear above on named COurt. and cause
John J. H.nd..on. Enq, Augustine 748. I Crutchfleld.; Chaa., dead
t leading cattle. Theye landmarks are still on active duty ,. J'I... ORDER OF P11PLICAT1ON Vo. are rJq.l.ed to appear on ,!. M. dead wherjln scoRe divorce shalloubtiels
with Plf. 9-3 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR September 6. 1948 In the above CIRfIlT rot'RT. I H\I)FOHICO > t'lon. Bradford 'Oounlv Telearraoh
Texas Panhandle Mrs. May said. AtD. 1.1.4 STATE OP FLORIDA to: hunted Court and cause, wherein. !."Tt. FI.OHIIHl l\ ('''N- ..rter., T.Mrs.C., Itosu n r"nove.I this Order in next four I

of .hundreds of 11 fIRCIlT rOl'RT. BRADFORDtOI Betty Jarvle.I whoaa residence and plaintiff seeks divorce.I ttradfordCounty I'ER ;I
San Francisco seemed to be a Cook, Mra. Anna Rca, removed WWitneLs"Umv official
firs 'M'l. FLORID4.1 l>l CHAM* address la: 39 Southeast Drive, Telegraph shall publish this Edna S. Imnak, Plnlntlff. vs. Mnr- Cook, l it. S. hand and
worked by machlnerp city of bridges and cable cart I.KRV.Emma. ..v.n. Conn: Order In next four weekly Issues.Wltnesa iran Pembroke Snioak, Defendant. Cook Florence. .mo".d M. removed Seal At Starke. Florida, this Aug.'FtfAL..SFAL .

or mule here Mrs. Mrs. May wrote. weather is I>ougU. Barrett, 'Plaintiff You are required to appear onSeptember I my hand and official,lease No. 6748.ortnKR IVMiuUs Cecil ,r"no",1U.lr'n.
seal Storks this ) A. J. Thomas
uTe at Florida
va. James T. Barrett 13, 1948 In the abova OK rrpt.irATioNAND I
D.I.nd.nt. I.lln. dead
nented.aveiors. told here. We have slept under Cape.Nn. Il756.OItDER flamed Court and cause, wherein AtiKiist 5, 1941lOKKK'IAL NOTICR .'H ., .Mone, deadtlaseett. Aa Clerk of said Court.Bv t.

were Impressed two wool blankets and have worn OF prrLICATIOMANll plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford I SEAL) A. .J. Thomas, STATK OF F TnPf'I to! rate, dead Havrn Crosbv. D. C. Fla.Attva.
As Clerk tit Balil Court. I.\ Landrum.
T. Frank SjUrke.
NOTICE TO APPEAR County Telegraph shall publish thin
New Mexico Morunn pemhfnnk' Snioiik' .0.V.. reinnvmlI.e '
of 9-10
beauty top coats ever since getting into STATE 0 I FLOHI1JA to: Order In next four weekly InsuenWltneHa 1 T Krnnk Landium, Mtnrko, Fla, residence: and, adilresa I Is;: unknown ,1.11.. for Plf. i I

mountains and canyons California.. .tampa T. larr.t. whoaa refildencaI my. haJI and officialS Atty. for PI'd 4t 827iv You are reuulred" to appear on J., dead

in the valleys "more i I ..) nt titarke Florida, thin August September 1, ItMfl. In the above l.ck.1llllll.01 1. |. F.,. dviid. Although the Navy's suDmartne
r I You are required to appear on 8. 1948.OFFICIAL. <' 1'1' ('0"11' lilt ttPOEtI) named Court and cutiHe, herein dead
than any artist could September 13, 1948 In the abovanitmcil ( SKAL) A. J. Thomas -OI 1"1'. FI.OHIIltl IM < 1IAPorrHdo \- plaintiff acetic dlv... Bradford I Mohe: rClHel. l'rmt'it1I'ralther service had less than two per

yv werf Interested In Bryant At ButlerShad Court and cause wherein AS Clerk of rnl.l Couit.Hy ('Fit: V. County Telegraph shall puhllxh this W. C., dead cent of the total Navy personnel, t ,
I plaintiff. i seeks dlvorca. Bradford Haven Crosby) D. C.T. .Vnrdl VH Blanco Order In next four weekly IHKUKH.Wltnesa ,I Proppcr IHiiiK. removedReynolds. '
the Indians on their former assistant County Telegraph .hal publish this Frank Lnndrum Starke, Flurlda. Teslnl Nardl PI.lntlr. Case No. my hand and official U A., dead the submarine forces sank two-

n. and Mrs. May com- Bryant Order, In next weekly lnaueVltn Attyn. for Plf. 8-13 4 9.3 6743. l.'e"dant. seal at 1.rk. Florida this Rabeck Jos. K.. removedRaheok thirds of all Japanese ships accounted ,
coach at BHS has been in \ my hand and official Ausrust 5. ( Josephine removed
.. ,
'
hat 'We felt sorry for slgnf seal at Htarke Florida this August IN ('IRCII. ('OI'R'I. BH 'l>rOHll ORDKR: OP Pt'BLICATION APPEAR OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. Thor.., rillcox. Walter dead for by the Navy during
AND NOTICE TO
the same capacity at Coun- 12. 1918OFFICIAL. ( .. IN CIIAN- A Clerk of said Court W. '
had small huts built 'ot I Waluwrlsrht, M.; dead World War II.ALL. .
hey ty High in Lake Butler where he :( SEAL) A. J. Thomas V.Ethel STATE OP FLORIDA to: T Frank T.nnUrum ark. Fla. I 8-20 It
mountain, or Just one AS Clark of alI Court. Parrliti Hlldrath Plaintiff, Blanca Teslnl Nardl whose residence for PIt Il. ssiI'd Notice t. SpecIe I. (Jllkert and tall .
bole and a will coach bpckfleld football and By Haven Croabv D. C. va. Johnny Hldretb. Defendant.Case and address la: Via Lorenao Aty. -- 4 other ,

a"little very teach general science and health. John 3. Henderson Enq., St. Aufjruntlno .No. .12. II Maynlflco 24. Flrenae Italy: ('IR1'IT ('0t'ItT. HH 1 I Please take psrauajsi not h'.0..1 uld r theprovisions
I ) You are required to appear on 'OPOHO
.
r Fla, '
PTPICATION (01' Unction 7H&3. Flnr-
ame Arizona "land of I Me. Bryant hla wife and daughter Attya. for Plf. 8.1 4 9-3 AND NOTICE September. S. 194R In the tESt'Y.'' Pl.OHII)4i IN .I I Ida I..t annotalor J, P..: Itobem .
FLORIDA to: named Court and cauae
STATK OP .bov.1
with Its Painted I Mary Lane will continue to whose residence aeaka dlvorre. Mary Buff Way, Plaintiff, ".. ,. doing business aa J. P.' Koberta .
ent, IM riHciir rot HT. RRtnponnrorTV. Johnny Hlldreth pl.lnll' Roosevelt Parker Way Defendant.' Motors, Htarke Florida the I
Petrified! Forest, Grand live In Starke, where they havean PLORID4I I4 CHAN and addreaa I,: clo Mrn. liuflrhPlerinn ) Telegraph shall publish Case No. (737.onnER holder of Warehouseman's" Lien ,
eElS Y. 25 Organ Street, Wolcott, Order In next four weekly ..thl.j I
Indians. Words apartment at the home of Mrs. OF rrnuiCATtoNAXT Section H7K.33 Florida Statutes, KINDS ,
nd more I lames Anv.l. Plaintiff va. Mar- New York: Wltnesi my hand and NOTICE TO APPEAR. I will hold a puhllo sale nt his

a express the greatthis Fernandez. At the present time acre? R Anlel. Defendant. Cane You are required to In appear the above on Meal at 5. 104 St.rk. Florida. thisAutrtiHt STATE) OF PI*OH ID A tol? I place' of business located on Temple FRESH FISH DAILY 4I I ,

scenery Mrs. May Mr. Bryant and daughter are Mo. ORDER 6757. OP pt'PLICATTON September named Court 13, and 1948 .U...' whe'nPI'nttf (COFFI"IAT. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Roosevelt last Parker known' 'a)1 la whose residence Avenue ford County In the Florida cttv of "tark.at 10 ...d.I -. : f I

vacationing with relatives In Ten-, STATE AND NOTICE OF TO FliORJDA APPEAR to: seek maiden divorce name and Bradford restor T.A. Frank. .f T.andrum said Court.$'ark. Fla, North C.roln.: Cb.rlot.. I A.: M. nn Tuesday; August 31,'cl,4: SHRIMP & OYSTERS 'i
You described automobile
,rat B night In Prescott, nessee. Margaret B. Ang-el. whose r".I-( County Telegraph .h.t publish this Atty. for Plf 8-4 4t S-27 September.re. 8.required 1940, In In lint appear| on the r.lowln". H.dnn AutomobileThin IN SEASON ;
ahov.1
,, named Court and cause, I notice shall .,,published In
Plaintiff seeks divorce. Tlrndford the Bradford County Telegraph tot 1

County Telegraph shall ptihllsh this two consecutive weeks beginningon We guarantee all ,
r PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED ON IN NOVEMBER. 194 I Ordor In next four weekly issues.Vitnrsa Friday.' August 20, 104*. and

my hand' and offl.-lnl .ndlnl .. Y. August 97. 1R4R. We sell to be fresh 'iI.

the the _.. County. Canaan> asrlension aa Wie asseeament roB e* the seal l at Itark. Florldn, l.l '. Roberts, I.
TICS OIl ELECTION law providing for l I. of said County Ihl.
erd.n.wit t. t G. .mnm.n. Cneltn bJ Assessor of all taxes levied I 4th of himhiesa n* J. 1'. ,
Ui Iht Ltgmlsture of I94T ". .d such tax shsll not b ap'piled la baeY t Sehl B. School OUtrlota. Special i County Tea 14. doln. t.b.rt.
and Municipalities Bute. County. County School .
Conititiitian, of 1BU5. of th4lorioa. to any purpo.e other Uu and shall aubmlttad to alacton : I, u. .
did pass Joint Resoupoufig payment of Uia principal and Interest ol the Stata b Florida for approval or rejection 1. The Legislature shall al taa Laskalatlva School Districts. Special As Clerk of said CourtPy 8-20 Ht 887 :
1 the aid bonds.tbt at the next General Election t Session ol IMS .n from time to School District and Municipalities.SECTION Haven (I'o.bv. I> C. I i MAGNOLIAFISH
i ol the State'ncndm.nl rl.ld.t, and In addition to th. bonda ba held In the year 1B49. that to say time thereafter enact t take effect 17. I From and after Jaausy John J. l.nd"r..J. J''I.: Ht Atiff- i
*. agreed to b ol In paragraph .lal abovs and .ulho.la. that Section 1 ot Artlcla XVI af tnConatltution only alter approval by electora 1, IBtt County Tat Collector lId mc, IV TIIU 4 11(1''r COI NT OK1 MARKET
of.all the members elected Uia and provialona* of l said County st a referendum called .:la he County ef Volusla. Bute of Florida Atty for H-B g.JT 11.'I.I. FLORIDA.' i
HIM that the votes on .,duloM..r and IlmJIUo.S.Uon of Artlcla IX ol ".h.rol Con.aUtutEofl amended ao ." rd Stt.followalSECTION thai purpose specifying the powers'c shall collect all taxes levied In tha 11' 4 .. .'.'I'':'Y. tJasie No. 118:
tOo Lag- t 100.. duties and compensation of County by the County CountySchool \
of Florida* tha may I. Mae I liolejH t
.ntr upon L.I.I..ur. & .b..ld Tax Collector In Paragraph Board. Districts. Special I iv i'inn'IT ('fit'IS'r. lift %iiPllJl l.nln.nd. Pt"lltr.V Under New Ownership
designated
.. yam provide for Uia lalatura, at .Io. or al ay James I..
n .nd did and Capital. Outlay bond. ".ne County Ip.e..1 any special ey nll. I of This Section 14. and shall llkewlMpravlda Yes School Dtatneta MuntdpallUaa.a. ( ('ol''r' .'I.O.IU', I' ". P. l.n. ,
d.t.m. B"rd. o ,
tlit .,Ih., bau of Education for capital outlay thereof called such purpose lor the collection esra custody The Legislature shall at the Leglslattea ( 'I t. antORDER OF PUBLICATION LACY SILCOX

> the elecuin ol the State atC projacta heresfter .culr.ho or e'Ire.- the .ov.mo.'. original' e.l or any amendment ,.pU" and disbursement ol all Session ot 1MJ, and from time to W 1 ".hw.l. ar. Plaintiff va. AND NOTICE TO APPEAll

l cctior .. November. 1946. ad but said bnd. .1 b limited toprojacta thereof may P'op.the revision .. by the County .CoUactor.SZNATT tr thereafter enact laws specifying Fern 1"11. l.hwal. fendunt. THIS HTATM OF FLORIDA TO:
1, CRAY and by tha or amendment of or por- \ pw. functions duties and som- Case '
RErORI. I I .moun' a7 Kvelyn lilulle William J. Walpolx
.pro"e ,
I Florida fiute of, this ConatltutlonAny S II 0 County Tjt Coler designated t'H"I I'l'nr.ICATIOM :
\on ac 1 Walpfe. .
U. Slt 0 Bu p.cbe I of I Mary the residence of
amendment ANP
notice by law bacoma may I..p TO
ive
o JOINT RBSOLUTION NO. 84M
ELECTION .. law within subject or number of subjects and ahall provide for 8 TAT NOTI'f A"IFAn each of whf>tn unknown, and !
SNSRAi. ly prescribed by one any I. 0 to:
t JOINT RESOLUTION aaAmendment
no A and disbursement (P I James resident of Aberdeen
CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION
lection. reporting a
but consist ol mora PO.u care Fern
'd la each county In Florida exceed twenty y. from Uia no .m.ndmal all to Article Constluitkm Murle whoae resi Fi.eTh :
"
r nut succeeding the firstNovember iaauane: Prvd. that n Bpeclal Capital than one ""l Ul. 0 the ConaU- at toe Stale VII 0 relative of all taxes. ll.. 1 liveTaa dime ,. .hwII., and Klmtxley8ta.
Collector.BOVSV
County Jersey:
i O. ahall Uauad here- \to e for taxes You are required lo on :;
I 1- Oul.y to aassssmant appear i'
p being the togathar with tha achoolindeb4dna t. pa revision or amatidmant UM collection o pry adding .n. I Sept,'inber 6. 1941. In the abovenamed nntl t.brrrlr .khlf lw sir i-lnlm
'DAY OF NOVCMBO.Neauoa a 05 auch county Including ..e t by thraa-flltaa oj the to additional ..bl that U arni l cause, "" .. or lien
.or rejection of'the epadll tax school Indebtedness.ahall .mb. .IM. > each House It shall the County of.eo. t. P.1 Florida.the ,. JOINT NCSOLtrnOIf NO M nlalntlff(Ol.t seeks divorce. "h.r.ln, i In property heielnnflerdescribed '
Hemlijtions proposing AmendCoiutitutuir 'w.nt .fent of tha bs their respective Jour- County Brw.Aasssaor shall assasi A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing' aaAmendment County shall pnlillxh (,hi : lJttHldTlNullYou : l'lit.M-
i State ol' .oe' taxable property ofauch nala with the yaaa and nays and fiub- the property of. County fur the pur- to Article VIII ol the Con- Order Telegraph next four *. are each hereby notified that
0 weekly Issued.Wllnasa
county according to tha last assessment .in ona newapapar In each ooflnty of County, School and sUtutlon ol the SUM of Florida relative H stilt him been InNtltuted, In theabove
for county purpoaea prior. to the who a newspaper pubtb. foe "pose lel.8. by the Stale, .assessment cf prp., for uxes .a seal my hand and ..rrh'I.1 named Court and iauMn a-
< such Special Outlay two .. one I.vl" collection of adding, at ntarke Florida Ibl.
1 o antI and
I.u.n. Cpll publc.. County. County Board. SchoolDistricts. I. .1.r sralnst you
of tntareat earlier than and the Sell additional Sections provide latha fItly | tfl4H. : i
not .. o.e School Districts. Nell II Nollman, "h.otd"t ,
t
'ilNT RESOLUTION NO. ISiS Bn. T. p.lelp" Special ,
weefca, FlorMa.tha I. HE* I.) A. J. Thomas, i
ahaU ba later six County of el F.II/
Dlstrlcta, and
t.n .lm.I..I: Drainage PnoUu. 1"1 by Hue In-
RLSULU.-ION Proponing ma ae o.c:1 bn. py.bl.fom no Port Diatilcta. \H Ool.Je ph.
the of said Court Ilmn I
In Neb preceding at County Tax u. ) (
I Article' IX of the 'un .bL..d eun' te other districts, and munlclpaUtlss A.. tiff to first priorlien
any *
1 submitted t.ia ? ( 1) CInch to..o.. al. .n.t
St.1 money .ulbona ed ap la to ba voO and thereupon of un" which by ordinance property of the CTunty for the purposeof y 1lv.n Crosby, .
or adding thereto omp..e apn. over the followingon
an 0 of the Stata for School and Mu West .
Dnnirlnnn
County
... providing, that all excise capital outlay t. .hl..u.. purposes.hol approval U.rJ.e.lo"Ir.at the next General and request and their that taxes the County to be so Tax aaassaad Col- nlelfasl:levying:; j bv the Stste. County.County Street,I InckHnuvllle. Fli.rldH, ,Ashley "p.'rt V situate I I In llrndfofd Connty .
gasoline or other motor fuel Floildii, to-wlt
"imrd and ba and moneys provided by tha ount from II.euo. p.ovl. however. that I"t.I.Vle. ooUect and distribute) ssld .e Board kihool Districts., AlY. for Ilr. 8-1 4 1-21 From Northwest i curlier .It NK1of
.
ret.ne oil county school ravenua such may ba submitted Special h Dlttrlctn snd MunlcIpslitlee )
Alt h'obw.' ,. Ir. alr'ej valorem aa eu.. Ineludln. for approval or ..J..on la a LBOISLATUHC '' tie rniin'y. and that the \V'1 of He<>. 10, Twp. 7 HIt ", r
>nd prencnblng the d a by ,x. .uto.lz r special election under the cndl\on doecribed BK I RESOLVED BY THE County Collector collect the I' ruiciiroinr.. Itt? tiiFoiiiiOI'IV !: run Mouth 4115< ri. tn at.utlnt
wd ."l .e.'. portions of qulr "of L.I.Iu. .ubJ". t. in and In the manner p.ovldee That the" ''HI BTATJ OF ILORlDAi to Article said tsx.BE a.1 (' 11.0'11'1 IN f'l S V. .1 b"llnnl"l. thenirun, '
U.
limittio. '
for school purposes. Section 1 ol Article XVI VIII .. Am.nemo. But IT F-KIOLVF.n BY Ti LFOILA I Ktt V. Kllst 6IH.1 I r. %'Iluut line oHtuie '
of
.x. bJ
JSOIVTD STATE BY OF TUX FLORIDA LEOI8LAniE t Such bonda shall not ba bonor Con.Ululon If a majority the elec ol Florida' relative to the aaaeesment and TulLe! or THE STATE 01 ILORlnAI FI."h.'h Wnnd Oreen. Plnlnllff.I vs Ituad I thence run lolCh.
I10Uowna deMs of the xtate cf FlorHs' or enforceable upon the amendment adopt collection of all taxes in the County 01 That the 'olowln. Artlc.e II. O..n. Il'trliliiflt.I Cnse ensterlv along West "
tilt state Constitution Amendment t addB Ar-- agalnit the credit or taxing power at such amendment the same shall become Brawsrd Stale of Florida by sddlnguiereto VUI uf ,. of the Slate No. H71IIftnnEii Slate Hi.ml 173.M rl.. In.'.'' .rut 4

in additional, pro.all tna SUM.ndus a part of U ConttuUoo .ddUon' sections to be numbered of Florida relative t the arneasmcnt snd I OF ""RJI'TlnS Went ((17(12 ft.. I thence run Nollh '
lon al Slate ba and collection of .u. In the County efPmellaa fliNTs NOTICK 111 ft. more less, lnt ofIiegmnnIiig
endue' by .1 1 .or t">
upn gastntr I t. S.f rids. oy adding MTATPIOF ;I Ih: I
motor fuel col- S the same l t and shall b I FI.OItlliA fo I : together the fenements PHARMACIST
rruintd ihull poeu. for JOINT RESOLUTION NO. MS House JOINT RESOLUTION NO M .ubmll.e t the electors the State th..1 .ddllon.1 wrlo.. M 14 b, known and Edward If. Ireen, whose h..II.mpn'*! und n|>|,urtenea .

h.i,. treet and airport purprexnbinl A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an A JOINT RESOLUTION Propo.mg anAmendment ratification o rejection st tile. Su" h ,.n screed to b shall II. unknown: r."I.n..I' th.r.11 ,.I""II nc.
the Amendment t the Constitution by adding to Article V of the Constitution the Cereral Election t held o the be .m. the electors of ..d. I You are ''required to unil, you .n .. you are re.iiulred 4i
wrtam portions of d..but.Id t.. thereto adldtlonal Section creating of Florida relating u the Judicial first Tuesday alter! first Monday of .ubmlt 1 ratIfIcation or '. St.l) September (6., 1)4! In to file .Hppenrance In xnliiltiise Phone 64 STARKE i VntheMin1t I

.n to and shall ba two add.tlonal) Sanatoria) DI.t.lct.BI Dep.rm.nl by adding thereto a Sac November. 1940. aa 'ollwo: at the General Flection?' to be held on" named Court and cause, wherein .. October 4th, I I94H, other- *'
1. .I.cor of the BUM 'o IT RESOLVED BY TKI LEISL- "o rl."na t U. aetiramvnt of Judges SECTION-From .. January first Tuesday after the first Monday th nlnlntirf' ...k.; divorce. Ttradford, wine' the nllesrnllons nf ) Service
olnn .the next G1 _. Tt OP THE STATE FRIDA'T.I ol the S.pr.m. Circuit Courts.BE 1. 1UOO. the County lax Assessor in the November 194g. follows: County Telegraph shall publish this bill t of complaint will he I'nlr'.
la the following BY THE LEGISLATURE County of Broward. State of Florida Order In next four l IsstieN.Wltnesa ..
b b.1 11 SECTION I]. From, and after January weekly confessed hv you.The ,.. l .
for all .
ConstitutIon by ahall asset all property "- __---
VII of the Stata OF THE BTATE OF FLORIDA Stl. Tax my hand and official p s
1. County Assesnus'tn Bradford County I
1' All excite taxea .or adding thereto Section ( creating twoadditional That the following Amendment to Ar County. School and Municipal .. lbs 1.3. t.Plnellsa. of Flor I .nl I at Htftrke. Florida thin' I. designated' aa the duly Telegraph --- r; il ?
Districts. la be levied in the County b the Btate ft.1 < --
lewd Senatorial of Florida .
upon gasoline other I.r. tide V of Constitution ida. shell all for all 4th of AtiKiiM., 1441.OFFICIAL 1".lrl..1n".I..p.r -
is 01 pctro'eum o upon o all by agreed to. and .ubmlto t the .1. by .ddlno U.Section to be known .. County County Sohol B.r. School __:__. ._eases__ .pr.l.rY. _, atixas ( HEAL) ,\. T. Thomas, shall be In which thin ,
.. Mm7.
I_. aid UqulJs used tn"iDurtlbe .of the State 0. .aUre.lh.n o re- .of said Article V. la hereby Districts Special Seb.1 OIUlel to be iaiiriie ;;; ; As Clerk of snld, Courtlv plhl.h..1 weekly) li''Ih"
runt th fleet four issues.
Districts %
Drainage bJ ii
In Port Districts. any :
for the :tr-n at rec'on 1'41. agreed be submitted h> thOecCtOrs w..k
gs-- School c' : ;
.nln. \ on..1 1 .h.1 and State. County. Cotmty Un yen Orosliy, I Ii Witness hnn.l :
hair and follows: the of for.rst- other taxing dllrleu. r"nlelp.l.hlcb SchoolDi'ttrlrte my sod l the scual l ntBuhl
1 proel Ilorid. School DlstrlcU. Tax John .1. )" pt.
.hle. Henderson 'iul.| AUNT.istlne
S.e'a fourt .
.t.. eFCTION" There b hereby .nte- I lf'c"n or r-'e-t.sn st General \. by dl.ne. request tl and at "ark. llriLlfor.
MI.I.
o ewutmctlnn...exclusively the tease, .ddlton.1 Senatorial Thirty-ninth Dlalrlcta(39th.to.b ttu: to .. tUi != !*4". *e 'ol- :;.". to L..s.-C be e .u.'! the 1. Tha L"I.I.I"Munlelp.IU.. Ih.1 at tha I.egle- \tty 110'1.. 8-a 4 8.2 I/"nly.I 445 "'lnr.I.> '. Auiriial JTth IGa.ay ,
lows: Ll.lt" !. from time tat >
nibs r.rnletO. The Session in 1545 and l-jm e I' \ ., Thomas
and Fortieth I4OU1I Senatorial DI.tr. : .U.of the Supreme me enact laws specifying the .
.t'ta. brldfes "Inte.nc rlghu Thirty-ninth 130th I' IECION"J.d.e. ol the Circuit Courts, thereafter enact laws specIfyIng toe \nt. duties and companaiMon 'tll'l'I'i': U.' .:I.I'ru. Clerk Circuit f'nurf '..<1fY>r>l Poun.. H I I"I
''r o'In' "Ports for 0 shall conilut of Monroe County. The eligible to retire with compensation powers functlona. dutlaa antt eoirpenaatlon pow.'..elon.?ax designated, !, I Harold: \\all. :' -, 'v Kloriiln' rlirrii-lnl
i' ::r : .
o ,indebtedness 0 Interest Fortieth 40thi Senatorial District shall may Instead of resigning. elect to retire.in of County Tax Assessor designated In Co.nlJ of A..o. 13. and' Florldii, virtue the auihorlivvestefl I llnllisi, V. Knight .11. Kl.irMn.' !
wej the 1 lease of Washington and Calhoun Counties. ahall be qualified u la the p..pb ol this hol In me> by"' fid nil A
ko aequlstJ"ioi consist which ease they ln Or shall .H*. provide bv law for theextension hereby Inrn.y for 1Iil Ini 1ff, I-I 4t II-' .
reconstruction repslr.' Nothing herein shall disturb UiThirtyeight continue to perform all of the functionsof Section and .h.1 Uk.w. provide on the assessment roll of the, nn .1..I..n fo h" held nt ho City t
itia ntensnce of IJ8 exIsting Senatorial Dla office when called upon law the auaaamentroll huh town thefjtinllflfd
respective by
their County Tax Asoenor of sll taxes I }.
fes anil election' ba called II Supreme the County Tax Assessor of sj le I' .r"r.11 IV flll<'|'.' I 01 MT. Illl t IHOHItf
..h. of way there- tle' A special .b.1 by the Chief Justice. .b a *>v the State. Count- Count ? v..r..n Ttiesdav, tb'i ptetnher :
excise said Thirty-ninth SenatorialDI.trct by the Circuit taxes levied b t. State County. CounlySohoo' l"" ofelectlnsr .1'1'', 1
.10'.1 Sil. I. 31h' Court 1..le. or S.n.o. Special hoard School DI.llc". Special I 4. I IU4A. for the |JIM puke sl.OI.I. _
n.t.uno upon gasoline and the aald. Fortieth' ,i40thl Judge Circuit. "If it a .. of B.e. S"hol phtle. School DMr'fta the following off Ii em: l< It e:i Ad"I.llnn.( Jul tites S"'m"l,
'. Pr"o. petroleum ex- S.n.lnrl Dlntrlct within Seventy-five the Circuit Court. They shall severally Tax Schol '", Drainage districts SECTION 14. .ne. "Munlo.lt. Jan.tisrr Three Aldermen for Two VeureInspector I 11'11. hv Al I 0. f'nrllsle nnil Kutll
other Using
",,, riot 'I. fen four ( 1 after the election In IB48 t receive the same retirement compensation D.trle. and any whose taxes I. 11130. the County Vat CollectorIn of e..ld election: "II n. i'"rllsl'. lviliinrrf .
Sk".Lnn.on 1"'n Products elect a Senator I'o each of sa If they had "" .n.d. Upon assignment muntepltl. County 'r.. County of Pln.I.. State of Florida K. H. F Tieniuareaut, T. .S li p rir Kf: tv I'i'iii.ii'ATinv,
'!0 State R.d Depart- trlcta. The Senator elected, from the by the Governor to any other CIr may b bJ the first paragraphOf .h.1 collect ". levied iiithe ".II'k., II. Hemingway, II.\ ANI NfrfU'K' : TO AI'I'MAFtSTATW :
Ir Void pun t. man- Thirty-ninth' I39lh Senatorial Dilc cult such ..r.e circuit Judl. Ih.1 A..e.. pu.u.nl by Ue Slate. County. Countvchool 11"''In nil ( or' 11.II"A| M.rll.
"h, I.. cent shall offIce from his" .I"tlon. have the .eUon Board School Special ni-r "'.
more Jurl.dlelot In
'lo o boll the First after No such r and .r.r January PI".e. In tpHtfmnny whereof 1 hereuntosubscribe Ilr'le. .. r..I..I<
gasoline or other a term on Tu.e.: ss other Cleu. .ud. IECTION .. Tea Srool : unknown:
Tax In theCounty DI.lr'e name and thsen '
and 1. County my nitiMe
ii lwtrnleum. Monday In January. : shall be .
the tirel a. The shall at the Lee/lslfr-
"""Pt avlatn r.qUle Von
lu.tc. rsn.ulrK'1 tn
IL. .
of ,
aiipenr an"Rn"w.r
Browaril. Stat of the anld
Fortieth140th ol town be here- ar.
elected from the dutle. without his Ilold.
b. Seselon and from time .
J h..I.r bv the to cn.ent live of to
Imp Bn.lor District, office per'or be by or gen shall collect .1 taxes levied In the .IHI. hub nfflned, this the 10th the lb.va n.m.d 1.111lnl.r.
JI" IS "roc ) Ih.1 hole Call to duty may o.e.1 SchoolBoard. time tereaf laws specifying ho ..Y.r In the
County Court
.LI. the County. l n.m.d cAuse
Ion' several from hla alectlon for a on revocable order. JU.IC. or by fiii.otlons duties and eompcnsa Ana-list. A. ii. 104ft .hnv. .nd
t. euntl. era School Districts, Special Tax \w. "'n the 2s| "f lIlt
the the first MondayIn (OFFICIAL SEAL) d,1 M.'I."b"r.
i resigned
the who n'o County Tax Collector
the
!. m.nn. t. T.o.,.1.r .a. Port Drainage wherein the .
Sen- Districts. '
.I" I dltrbute among J 1130. thereafter this amendment b"om.operstlve msycome "hol DI.lr. In Paragraoh I of thla Section 14. H..oI.1 .1. Mayor p.ll.n. loadopt
I unu. and : the
said certifi.elite any dl.tl. ATTEHT said Nurman Harrli" -
:
by a Dlo.et.
frri1" by' store D.lel .b.1 within Ita terms fUn. ... .h.1 U..I.provide for Ih. .
I .. whose 1
JO' Admlniratlon the State hold office for a term ol Four ye.aPrvide of hIs .Wln.n.. t e w.' ae munelp.IU. Tax Assessorpursuant reoortlng end dl. Curl ...hn.. City Clerk I minor.Witness .
arid the several Bosrda that the Legislature Is ."'hor- the Clerk of the Supreme Court. County the of eu""y. Hy the County TaxCollector. 8-1 St ".|0IM m, hand and official ,..w%
tint "
Co.mt..""* provided tn to altar or aboIKh said DIe p..pb -- seal this !tha. Isth utltU.t.,
Artii15, tx ..' "" Conatitu- trlcta whanevar. rer..nlU_ In toe -7 preceding Section .b.rL at_ the LegUla 11 f'IHTI' (.Of NT. sist ,f''fll i "XH .t.-'aite, Kl oII'
Legislature
,
such rVJ""'Illl.on than 8..t I..pprlo. HOUSE JOINT HESOLUTION NO. ISIS T._ ef l94C. and from time to KNATC JOINT RESOLUTION NO. M ('.OI''TY. FLOHIIftl 14 ..' A. J. Thomas ICtrlrlal.11
: Provided 50' or A JOIN! RESOLUTION Proposing an time thereafter enact laws specifying the A JOINT RESOLUTION Proptetng so ( .:.V. l'l.rl nt 4'lrvult (.rt
I b. expend' b "e 4BOUSB Amendment M Article VII of the Constitution powers functions duties and compensation Amendment to Article V ef the CoaaUtutlan Jr.n.'u Travis Forbes, Plaintiff .v.n *tro.b". It C.
1)rtlnent mr rd JOINT RSOLUON: NO. I7t ol the SUU ol ralauva to of County Tax Collector designated .. Florida by addIng thereto M.' Forbes Defendant. K K. I'erryman Att'r.. Miarka
t Vr1 by B.'d A JOmr RESOLUION. ""!* the assessment of property for taxes and the In the first paragraph of this Section and additional Jl relating the .1 Case No. 4133.ORDER Florida. i-30( 4 (.J

be .. teL : Amendment Solon ArtiCle III 0''h. collection of taxes by ..ddl..r.I ad shall likewise provide for the collection. ix Iii yeera af OF. _PUMLICATIONANI $79.50
.
Stat ol Florida\ to provide the and dltaussement ef the'ro Hmooti fat and t :
laid Conatltutioo d.ton elo care custody reporting : : >uri' K TO AY1 iAttSTATE IN (IHCCTIJT
.
clu.lvely ftrr alr- relating' to the allglblllty of members Lucle. State ol Florids. ef all taxes oo4laato, by the) County Count. r". OF FLOitILiA to: Ct'RT BRAn.FOER -
.. I.r.. *In the manner of the Legislature theta eompanaatloo the County Tax Assessor shall aisess the Tax CoUectot.SENATS BE FT RW"OLV IY TrHf I, Blwoiid M ForbeHwl rentdenoa ) ( '\ IN '

I Nnlln. In thu.' Son and property el the County fo the purposeof LATVRB IAn OF FLORIDA and address la) .P.O... Floe n'ANCI'1. _____Ilg9 Carrying Coa f d I
fTf1E11SL'vn
'.. rm LEOISLA- and .. Plaintiff. .
S -lf&lon > BY levying .. County. lhl I. That 1 Article to Conatltutlonaf 8055. Hn. Norfolk. VlrclnUiYou V '
S -.w.
;;t '1 Section II OF STATE OF FLORIDA: Municipal u levied by Stale.County. tOte State ot Flnrfcfa amended byadding Claudia On /tens Samuel. efenu InckHSadTouch
&" I. ISIS. TRI TJ That u. followiag 1 County. School Board. lholDI.te" JOINT RESOLUTION NO. MS thereto aa additional' section to ba are reuulred appear onSeptember ant 0 : L1t
I Sactlon Art"1-- m ?' Special Tax School A JOINT HI-SOLUTION Proposing sn know aa Seetloa aa said Article re- 8, 141 In the abovapernod ORb t" :' 'NON ANtiST11PJ1WhA Method '
t Am.ndmel'_ at the SI. 0 Floridareltlng of the County and; that U A.ndmal to Article VIII of the Constitution aleettoa o Jud e es Court and cause, wherein ( FREE Typing ,
on.E0LUOM l NO. 1551 the allglbUity .County Munlelp.lt Collector snail collect the State of Florida relative the :Record to = resemble plaintiff, seeks divorce. BrsdforiCounty to Instruction Dock '
thalr eompanaatlon said T. to asisssrnsnt af property for taxes and ,& .. and la bar*,' Telegraph shall puhl.h thisOrder Claudia whose
'ii.
S ef I.f A.rtlrle XU o. t t. Lll.tr. hereby agreed to and BC"I BY rm LEGISLATURE the collection of taxes, by adding thereto by .and shsll b ."_ t 'In next four w..k II I.. .. residence Crf7.nR Samu.J: ,
a' .. tha IqOLV' Sections to provide that lathe Witness hand and ufflclaaeal
I. Slt "old.. eiibmlttad the electors OF FLORIDA additional the elector theSe Forl. my You reaulrer to
.h.1 b 't or raatin County ol VoluaU. .t.t of Florida ratificatIon at I at Starke Florida, this } Rornlngfcn Rand .
Florida following "
the t
r.Ule.uon Amedm.nt .rl. n. O-
L S.Dtlmb.1 20. In
anDBar on 1948.
Tlsrbl FLORIDA: ? o the fleet O.n.. .ela t T.VIII af the Constitution County Tax Assessor a Sana the Ja. to be O the 4th nf AitaTUst. 194S. the above
to 17 held a No".b.. IJ4.: t of Florida relative to t. assessment and prpn o the County for U. .the First Monday la November.IfHS OFFICIAL. HKAL) A. J. ThomasAs wherein namt' seeks and divorceIirufftrd caime
.o. Constitution a* the County el County. of said Court .
l. Sactlon II ol aU taxes 1."ln. a.t. nELUXE
that Arlel. collection folow. MODEL 5
It o tor5 1eduaa- aa ConstItution* e' the o ah.ll Saint Lucia. State of Florida b, adding .nn.lco ; levied b* the Stale. SIOJ. The Judge af the Cowl >f C1.rk Jrnwn. f-ltarke, Florldn Countv Telerranh athall
lie and shall be and amended ahall read b.now School. Board. School ef for E..mb. Coun Ally for 1.1 4t i-27 Diiblih this Order in next four
I =of the Stat." b.mede th..t adltol .Io. t. .special Tax School Districts ty **ell kereafter the) wrktv IHMU S.
-
t. Dllre.
S or "isction :.rolo. 4. I J.J.tee.auallfieaI' .same" .n.Seto and shall b !" of the County, endthat qualified electors. e b_A ColJ b IV ( IIICl'I'r IOU HT. lilt 4 I'ftIlfi Witness mv hand and official Portable '
l.n to held la I taO electors of the St County Tax Collector shall collect ether and County > seal at Htarke. Klorida. thin Auir .
b to .t. .II.I. IIVIY, Fi.oiiiutt iv I S -
'M rlena. .I.rl.. e"B.n.t.a- a.ml. foe ratificatIOn or rejection$ said. elected term of six < .The f rZHY.Miriam: 1 is.I 1"4 -1OFFIClAt j:

iel ,isa ,T 11.IU. bera af the 10. o In thorefOertive '.at rlord.G.n..1 Election be "held' onthe Bit IT RlqOLv BY THI LlnlAA first .I"tlo' for said erfloo .1 b Cooler, Plaintiff vs. CharlesF. ( SEAL A. JThomair Ugh fo carry easy lo operetta .
xi l Ih. ahall ba duly electOrs "e Tuesday after fInS MondayIn TVRC TE OF FRI' ".. st the General election 1 Clerk of sail' Court. t
Vn $781onunn
I d"o.\o.o. .eh b rne.lu.lv. Gunt. and dlore< for of November. IM., ss follow: That lie 'olowl' .md. t subsaqueat electlfu shell be bead 1',1.1. I.r.nd..nt OF PITLIOATIOVM Csj Pr la'n rroHbv n rI > responsive and t'o- e ,' t

I 0' the which e.. T. : SECTION From and after Jsn- tc" VII Co.tlutoD the each a. (II years therMfur.Tha C. Durrance. Law Exchange
iuitjn 'h.J ofR.Vrs.aetaUVee II I Florida aaseosmeatt term of efflea andar this 'l AI'P"AIC
county. the Ko. County Tas r.lU" t NfTrrF KuiMlny. Jatksonville hluruta pendablel No wonder
ssnX
a woe have been ." ba ten dol." day s"Tn.Sou... Saint Luel. and all "X.tn theCount amendment Hegin on the First 8 TAT FI ( lo AttVJ every :1
apiiesrint .1 for rif. 8-20 <4t 9-10
_.ton$ : In addlUAM all ef State ia 1mmsary. Charles F. Cooler, whose residence'
fur '
for each day of pfoOsrSl for ? Volu. o t, Tuesday rl. .? one's enthusiastic over l..it 4
o :
wl.w.0' te .0' thereto* they .1 b paid for Subsbeeee .< XSr.SU3i and Munictpaitaxes adding 1. b IHI. I I..: 1411 Jefferson Ptreet. Mavannah.la. .
and .._ by the known sa Section Lay vaeeaary sskf arflaa, ( .! $N (
** o q..te electora "e.01.. aa levied ss thai County .D speedy Remington Rand Pertable. -
ln" ? Pertlalpato. .o C_ e the County. County BcsTesJ board. bo sad the same) la ,_ and eeeur* prior to First T.7 Yon are required to appear QnSeptember BprCTmnnyftA.AOoldetpn.
slur.iitk = hereunder t, and milsege I. paid. end School auto Dietricta. Special Tsx School Districts shall bo submitted o the Ftnt Monday sa I 13:, 1940, In the above ; We have a few In now.
e02" t school Uidebt- 1. the seat o' .o".m- and the State of Florida ratlfloauoa .r. shall ba filled by appointment i' : named Court and ".u.. wherein fu.nry Plaintiff. vi.

1.* ? S.hl"e'ua"' '. epeclal mans t.a U.hm"n..no t .n moat piesUrel 1. The ..nlel.U. attte Leflealive -jection at lie General (lactic* b Ot ernur end b phlntlf seeks divorce and eustodv t, (oldston, Defendant. CuwNo.' Come tee It for yourself, youllb Lf JI
tl
octloeritrn? Incurred the mote than In and from tOhole held on the first Tuaadsr after > f sto aa .f.provided the c minor child
.t SMSK u I..drnr.
.'VlBcliL1"' amendment seven rt.0 ore-hall pe mfle anyaaaalon .o l thereafter n _11'laws t"k. .fo Honda N. I.. .194*and. ."llw"alOM ""' 1 .after foe anr the FlrsS County' Telegraph shall )I1rR 09' rUT4UCATO'7 ANt) delighted with the big machine :
the )
1 ..Under the than four round trp 1 after approval by I' t. Tq Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness .
for .. two only celled County .A us la J.nu. IMI. end ) results with
tot :rfl'rIliit.olea nor County at a MI my hand and official you get ft.

'trwer: :, -s-the_ .. :.nd.. In* any specIal or ..xtraordtary said", pu. specifying, : aa e. the shan County aaiasi.all Voluala.property...el lor r... te4 *iamsve o al oe8, ese _sO- seal at Storks Florida, thla August /5o1f.tonr whSceT VeirrtVPir? li7Majliafe : ,

aaailnn.1 .
and 1945.
II.
-M dut. School and to lee ahall expire eat send Street Rotburv'
tn ParagrapalIf -
\ -S shall likewise pro.vide lo .t to tha County ray a : First Tuaailsy sftar the First _(OFFICIAL BEAT. A. J. Thoma. ?.: Bradford CountvTELEGRAPH ,
-n. sacSt.hih WO hoaosenentt County root Boe Jaasaary. IMLD AH Clerk of said < are hereby reciulre't to
I "..b..D.. Ot JOI RrOLUON I' bylaw los.5 .> axtanston TaS eai A_ Dlstrlcta Special Bcswos Any previeMs .5 the CoeslinSe.to fly Haven Crosby T). O. apr***}!* on Sent ember 20. 19-18. In

t ; Wtl t JOI I Po.n. IOU Count_ .. Coon. and amfind -"- Zach If. Douglas. 31 West A.h., above flamed Court and cause
_
Section XI.r levied .unp.J.
'
.1 0 Arlel. taxes b" ehaH a* tba Jacksonville, wherej
Lmwe-sw7tbed .o a DSteSta.pooclal S /tr..t. Plaintiff socks divorce
? t u- Sf0 COnatitUtJOe o. m. .t. n. I,. Count SchOol Sc.beoi .0. 101 Mash.Ipalltire .-.latlva.Session la IB** and from W I hewo ,. for Plf .-t 41 !:-J Rrdf9rd county Telegraoh shall ,
l '. relating .the Aa o. Te Unva thereafter enact taw spsrlfy'svg the tiaraunto set my th VOTKK OP nUOifl thIS order in next four
.-fcTs O -e THitJM- end allot Sane- powers, functkma. duties and sisniasrisaUna Cress Seal .the Stata ..at Tktlabaasee. > Take notice that under.and In accordance weiclv issue
I. Frown
:. o rr UtV! FLORIDAI 5gCTlON I' Tax Assessor designated '.'a day aslAuaTvsst. with that certain Final % itnefisi hand and .
OF Tu C.'I rnv official
a. .- become :TURB That Uto following *m 2dm'ntc.o.r I.County 1_. to County SaInt CI0 I. In o Cnq of toM .t .sst.. end M A, O. I I Y. Decree of Foreclosure and fule rendered r5RIi5Starke. Klorida- this Aug.IPi'IL'kAL Phone 29 ,
shall likewise pravisla by the John A. H Murphree. <
loses -. Ho.
wluS .
Article
Ie the action t af xn o. Florida. shoE eu
0
Court
Judge the Circuit
.eeuot, atltuuon .MM State e F.. I SEAL) A. J. Thomas =:L i t '




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,i h t'I J BR.'nFORD rotTNTT 'I'CLFiRAPH ST"nKE.- FLORID -__.n_____ FRInaY, ,tCl'8T ,1lieu.

1 L. .__ __ L" _uL".k I AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR thlll
FOUR Order
.1 Lawsons At Wedding Veterans WarnedOf I County'his Order Telegraph In next unaii fuur puu..1 Mary STATE Edna Tlce OV, whose FLORIDA residence to: Wltneae... In next font

r 80th BirthdayOf iseusaWitness hand and In. : Care State: Hospital Mortran- ....al at tllark.my.., hand an4
False ClaimsIn ,. my this August North. Carolina.: Be, 1948. Flurlda, Ihl.l"
( CLUBS Mrs. Tillis Mr. M.' L. Lawson and Miss' nl! ttt Starket' Klurldu You ara required to appear on (OFFICIA ....
t 1948 R
SOCIETY and Elizabeth Ann Lawson were attendants State ServiceVeter.ns 26 OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomaa September 27, 1948, In the above IrrN/ A. -. it,
i'l.' ReunionThe Ac Clerk of said Court. named. Court and UUUKH, wherein FlY"Ha V..: c'
Inspires at the marriage of their D. C. plaintiff seeks divorce and care, Z.rh H. Crosby D.t e51d :
Crosby
DauRlsx
Rnldrnre Lawson to barred from any fu- By Haven custody. and control of the. minor : .I tS jq
t } Offte* sister Miss Eunice U..o.. 1. Patten Stark, Florida Jaekaonallle. AAEIy
;, Gladysditor Phone S3 Kingsley Lake Baptist which was solemnized Readjustment Allowances un- Attya, for fit. ,-X7 It 917ronir child. Bradford AttYIi. for Flarldu.
Frank Castleberry ture Telegraph shall publishthin
,' I'f Phone 29 the scene County 1 21
1" Church grounds was I In the III.I.COI
Thursday evening of last der the O. I. Bill of Rights Order In next fourweekly I" "
'Il,; ; family gettogetherand : 16 I" rIR't" 8n.\OFOnl iMHUeMWltnena' VI'1'Y '
delightful ,
of
v total .
a R'r. ,
..
week In Valdosta, Ca. Gainesville area now CoI''ry, FLOHIUll I'M C'IIA71CERY. : my hand and official MLOa1D afa/
last Sunday I '. '
': t\t 1 birthday party i Mrs. Castleberry will Helen Rodman manager of seal at Starke, Florida thin AuguatOFF1CIAL ( :IIY. 1 I' (11
Graham Mr. and Mrs. .
Joalyce honored guest was Plaintiff 'V.lax! William IL Lee.
The Fay Hhaplro. 194M.
Barton afternoon. of the Florida 21. Plsln111
Miss Lucy In Auburndaleafter Gainesville l office Cann. No 8789.ORDKR nip D. Lee.
'l of Gainesville, make their home the Shapiro, Pefendant < > SEAL) A. J. ThomaaAa ()".n vet
Showei Feted With PartyOn G. C. Tillis I extended wedding trip State Employment Serviceatated OF prRLICATION Clerk of Maid Court.I "nl Ct..
ti "f, Honored With i Mho her SOUl an TO APPBAKSTATK d'D
was celebrating office AND NOTICR, By Haven CroBby' D. C.' : RU Op' '''' '
Fourth Birthday u\ Ohio. this week.theThis OF FLORIDA to! J. S. Harrison. lot Law ExohanireBulldlnir I ; "
By Mrs. Barksdale birthday anniversary.The all of Max Hhaplro whotie reiitdvnco. andaddrcHH Jacktonvllle t, Florida, APPtjB
.(' bountiful picnic table. holding serves Gil- In I : 940 Tiffany+ Street Attyc. ;,: FLklpCo ,
Graham celebrated counties: Alachua Bradford yo.klYou en. Ir.: 26. nnA .
Wit I Little Joalyce Women Meet Bronx, New I 'Iduw
who
Mae Barton, lunches was centered Junior 81. :
1 Miss Lucy the basket Union, and Camp Bland- are. ..pau ar on .. : fe ..
the bride of Olin White, her fourth birthday anniversary with a beautiful three 1 tier Christ, ,September 'thl7 above IV .n.'I' .ot'R'I'. ARAI .onn You are '."' '
become ', FLORIDA I Y- :
l' th Th4 Junior Woman's Club will Ing In'Clay. 'named Court a ed n tltl'VTY. toReD Cpu
Jr., Sunday afternoon was Friday afternoon of. last white cake, embossed with pink I ndka upportor CHHY named Court'and ll" ....
I for a linen showei r mother, Mrs. 'W. stars. Eighty small meet Thursday, Sept. 2, at 8:00p These veterans will be preventedfrom !plaintiff f minor sea adfohl d Kill Hue Johnson Plaintiff v.. Plaintiff ..eek.. dlvor."".".*. ..
her and .
J inspiration week when green .
Defendant Ca ?
::11 a; '1'' Mrs : m. In the Woman's Club BuildIng drawing any additional benefits 'County Telesrraph. ahall publlnh Sarah :Johnson e TCo egraph rll//
by 'were aM
y given Thursday evening H Graham, entertained fortyfiveof pink and green candles arranged -! claimed this Order uln weekly No. OH'DER Plmt.tC''TION t derAl In neat 1 h.n p,
yr home o n I Miss Madge Whighaxn is topresent because they falsely OF I iseu.s. four
at her w
at tiers.
three lanuei M
Barksdale at the *
little friends a party on
Robert her .
'APPEARUTATK W1tne
NOTJCB TO
1 on "The American. To data 541 claimant* Witness. my hand and officialoeal AND a my hand
", 'ttii :Madison Street.Arrangements. the Service Center on Church St. Eighty members of the .Tills program payments declared at Stacks, uuust 0 OF FLORIDA to: a. .. Htara ke, F'lorl .and 0
been
'f(; > flow* .Home". throughout FQrida'have! Harah :Johnson who. residence lit: 2s, tBld t A.FVI4JjAt. .
.. 1041.
summer 25
,,1. ; of used; A number of $Interesting games, family from Jacksonville, Penaa- HosUsnes will be Mrs., RichardKldd not eligible to receive future ( F.AI. .unknown: ,, 10 HEAL) A.
: ''i ihadfes, .were 'Kate Struth wre IUFFICIAA. Court Von are required to appear on A.. J.
In pastel !: Miss Clerk Clerk
: f1/ ers home in {decora' led by cola, Plant City, .Gainesville, and Mrs. Merrill Struth Miss benefits for this reason. Haven Pronby, D C. September 27, 1143, In' the above Rv Hen- eo.hv. nr -14 to
Bv D.
throughout the ., played Mrs. Graham was also Starke were gathered at the camp June Hall and Miss Louise Stern. A total of five veterans have T' Frank Land FloridumI named Court and,. Gaue.' 'whereinplaintiff ChR"' R.. Hess, 20C.0$ OUI"c.' ..
( i MeekM divorce. .. "
4'\i't ting for the occationj.l ,.: : assisted by Joalyce's aunt Mrs state Attyn. for Plf. 1.27} 4t J7IN .Bradford Buildin J"ckao"vlllo. ,
; ''\,: played during the I W. T. Randall. Unique favors of grounds to help Mrs. Tillis cele- Tickets for the Labor pay. been convicted In federal or County Telegraph ahall .publish Atty for Plft ..:: Plot

l. .' .tiP.' ? Games were were awarded I and tied together brate the occasion. Among those dance may be obtained from any. courts and given sentences rang- CIRCUIT COIHT, nninFonn ........, -- "----- tl yRI
> and prises poppers
i": t''t evening of gum Junior Club member. ing up to five years under probation ('ol'' 'rY, "' CH1
: 't to the winners;, .The guest with yellow and pink ribbons were present from Starke were three $100. Thirty r.=nll". Clothinr--
to
with many to the little guests. Mrs. C. A. Jenkins and fines up Robert J. Tire. Plaintiff V*.. Mary RI' ALVAREZ' STO'KE'Men's
r. presented
'/ honor waa given grandchildren WEEKS Jr. i
>.t lj W. T. seven additional cases have Edna Tlce, Def Nd 1m Establishei
u' I
tbe
i i .::1;CI: lovely pieces of linen.from" 11. yellow and pink color scheme Miss Fanny Silcox and Mr Lacy been referred by the Commission 6781. PUE-L1CATIO.V; 189t
OF
\ ', 4| sembled guests '' Wail carried out In the floral re- Silcox. And six greatgrandchildren $ $ Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Weeks of ,:to tho appropriate officials for ORDER
refreshment table waa overbid coratlons of roses and dahlias. 109 Westrtdge Drive Tallahassee
IV' l : The from Starke Jo Anne prosecution.The -
: were
F I with a beautiful hand made The three-tier cake was Iced In announce the birth of a son. Wil-

'.;" .S r. lace cloth and ,centered with apt [yellow and pink with "Happy Silcox Edna Coleman and Charles liam T. Weeks, Jr., on July 10 most common fraud which.
; discovered Is the act .ofII
t k; bowl of veri-colored garden flow Birthday" embossed on it. Jacqueline, Janice, and Betty In the Tallahassee Memorial Hos- has been and Buy Right TASTY FAVORITES
employed
1"W'f'"W'f'I t; ; y7! ers. A dessert course was served. The little guest of honor, who Jean Jenkins pital. Mr. and Mrs. Weeks are working person while becoming they are drawing

caring In I and social after- former residents of Starke and
trimmed
; Assisting the hostess in wore a long blue dress Swimming a allowances and certifying that

\ t for her guests were'Mrll. J. W. pink, was the recipient of many noon was enjoyed by all the members have many friends here who congratulate they are unemployed and available BUY At Your A&P

.'\! ,, { Horne and Mrs. J. M. Mott. lovely gifts from her friends. I of the family at this happy them upon the new arrival for work. Many of these cases '' / -

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and memorable occasion
I .; of fraud have been discovered by "SUPERRIGHT"

11 The rat population of the U. S Miss Linda Johns a post-audit of employer's recordsto ANGEL FOOD BAR

has been estimated at 130,000,000 Mrs. Thomas HonoredAt Former POW'STo
: ? : Celebrates Birthday determine whether claimantshad '15 1 oz. -. - 53c

; ,tt 1 r"r Lovely Shower Get Benefits worked while claiming and
; I
,
:Vi' Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr., entertained drawing allowances. Other leads COCONUT SILVER BAR
$
a They Grow Up at a swimming party and Thursday EveningMrs. Later, Says AgentSince have come from letters from em- e MEATSI!
l1
weiner roast Tuesday afternoonat loyers, neighbors and other claimants I.17 oz. - .

'::4,,, I\ SO FAST the Johns' place on Kingsley A. J. Thomas. Jr., was the. announcement a few and have been developed tae I owe ATIAMTIC MCHIC. HA fO. 43c
-.1: honor guest last Thursday even- weeks back of a Congressional
field Investigation by deputies
through
I. Lake for her daughter. Linda
': i"" who celebrated her tenth birthday Ing at a linen shower given by act granting pay benefits to members of the Unemployment Compensation Every Cut'"is Guaranteed To Be ANGEL FOOD CAKE-

j. Mrs. James Deavers Mrs. D. of armed forces who
; and the '
5 anniversary.A I Division. JUICY. TENDER & DELICIOUS I 17 _.
F :;;:' set In the' L. Thomas at the home of the were prisoners of war, several !: It Is the Intention of the Florida oz.0 63c
: picnic-table was up YOUR MONEY BACK!
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Bradford County veterans have Industrial Commission to continue OR
,<,. yard for the 18 young guests. It
E. Sparks. requested more information, said to eliminate from the program SPANISH CAKE BAR
with
centered a white pink
i 3t' was The rooms of the home were Albert L. Crosby, local veteran's I this type of chiseling In lb. 59c
and blue birthday cake. CHUCK ROAST 22'oz.
.
.
decorated with numerous service officer, this week. - 35C
it Mrs. Johns In serving arrange- order that there will be no .reflection '
: 'I Helping ments of flowers In Passed during the final days of '
tll"i summer upon persons legitimately lb. 69c
; were Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde Mrs.J. I RIB STEAK - -
I jf:! shades of pink and white. Mrs. the recent special session of Congress entitled .
,i. ,A H. Ritch and Mrs.- S. R. Johns to receive Readjust .
"
I I II M. F. Hazen greeted the guests'at ."the act,grants both officersnd ment Allowances. BEEF LIVER lb. := 69c DONUTS, Dozen
;' enlisted who ,
the door. men were prison
'; j1''F: ". .,," Sr.WCTU era of a dollar a day for each PLAIN
J.j.''l' 'f 1;! NoticeThe The Dining room table was day of war their Imprisonment. Heilbronn Springs PORK1 CHOPS; lb. - 69c Sl'GARED17c

: '' Childhood I I >ears are everchanging overlaid with a hand crocheted
"I'd'' i table cloth and was centered witha "I didn't know so many Bradford I Retired Minister's MEATY a -- 18c
that
glorious of the Laura
,tJ : year August meeting -
M WC.T.U. will be held lovely arrangement of pink and 'County boys were prisoners Rites Held 19 SPARE RIBS Ib. 49c CINNAMONI8c:
t.' Milt never come again. This Scott white flowers. at the of .war," the service officer said. Aug. /-,
Ihi Presiding
l of child' growth at the home of the president Mrs, ; "B t t can't them be- ;
stage your help now SMOKED
punch bowl was Mrs. W E. Dow. :: The
\ W. N. Johnson on Laura Street : Rev.John Thomas Kirk
:
11" cala [only be rrcordni NOW. ling. cause the act Is not yet being lb. 59c
I ::1 Friday afternoon at three o'clock attired Baptist minister and resident BEEF TONGUE, -

;i t You will want your .record to Assisting Mrs. Deavers and Mrs. administered. of Heilbronn Springs, died -
The act, explained, calls
lk complete. and an opportunity Lions Hold SmokerMembe. I Thomas were Mrs. B. T. Thomas, for the establishment Crosby of a three- ['Tuesday, August 10', In a Galnesville I BACON SQUARES, lb. ,- 4Ic A&P GRADE "A"

lost l Is forever.Mahe Alma and Clara Thomas and Mrs. > hospital after a lengthy 111heas -
: 'f.i: ;,,on gone !Sparks. member war claims commission. FRESH MULLET lb. 25c Early June PEAS
and of the Lions
.11.I' arrangements for a lilt'JlifJ guests Standardized blanks for applyingfor
.t Club held a stag smoker Saturday The honoree was the recipientof !I.. .Funeral services were held
-" ting today.Hollywood prison compensation will not .No. 2 27c
: ; Thursday afternoon, 19 can .. _
evening at the L. M. Gaines sum- many lovely gifts from the be available until the commission Aug. at .
.. 13: o'clock in the Hellbronn Baptist 8 O'CLOCK .. fj
rIJj mer place on Santa Fe Lake, wenty guests present.
: Is activated. A two limit
,... tf#! year
.l : Church.'jKThe= ,
' i'I'I (. 'Cameral Chicken pileau was served buffet ending July. 1950.: for filing Rev. Kirk was born October COFFEE, 3 lb. bag --1-: ,l.lj! i NN. PAGE

l i style to the twenty.men. present The 11. S. Navy has been auth- claims Is Incorporated in the ,act. ..
16 1867 in Tadkin County, MUSTARD I lb. 15c
';1& Gift Shop orized by recent Legislation to "When the blanks are on hand. -
} and M.Galnes 8,500 women in It.wtU..be Crosby said. ,$ C. and waa a graduate of A & P EXCLUSIVE BRANDS! ,
'. .t A ,H A- Bishop Jf" L. enroll not over ) publicized: ;: Wake. Foreat I t '
1, W'08treeC road' Baptist College. He 71NN
;; ;t, fRaJ, were In charge of'arrange its' regular service in the ftextr' "Until: "then there 'much ;we 'lad .been a minister for over 50 S A, V E YOU M 0 tfE' YYVEGETABLE I OJf"'wlhtg'f! %

; .J memo, two years. can do. ,1i VINEGAR. I 14c
lil. I '
ars. -
,, : I fit ... ; ', qt.

,n" !. Survivors include_____ his wife n___.. -Mr-m.. r. ,
\: .... : SHORTENING 'ridexo i < '
j\r Florence yBULT.NA
i ___ ,. .t .,1.il .. Kirk; two sons, John
.
i il/ '11151"I't; f.r. ,' Thomas Kirk, Jr., and Guy Kirk ,' : 1 LB- 1.07CASHMERE TUNA "FISH. 7 oz 4lc

; I ... both of Toledo Ohio; and five ,
/r. i CAN
'
_1 I'. A..A,. daughters, Mrs. Treze KInshaw

t '' 1 ,;/told Mrs. Allen Tally. Winston-
i illj' '"'.". .' Salem, N. C.. Lillian Reich. Dur.

+Y"" ,, \ ham N; C., Mrs. S. E. Wood BOUQUET. SOAP IONA FLOURPLAIN

.Goldsboro, N. C., and Mrs. K. M. 2 for 23c SELF-RISING
B OR
rl llard. Atlanta.Employment.


4'1 Service PALMOLIVE SOAP 25 lbs. _ 1.50

Regular, 9c Bath Size, 13e

., Put On Bi-Weekly I Flakes12'.t
Bright Sail Soap
Everywhere r i it t goes Basis Last Week V.E-L SOAP POWDER 25c

.
. 4 t Giant size '- 73c I : oz. - -
a t Itinerant service at Starke and
'
' Everybody goes..for Lawtey .was placed on a biweekly TOMATOES
; I SUPER SUDS lona
I
basis beginning the weekof

August 16 Mrs. Helen Rod Regular size ':' 33c 2 No. 2 cans 25c II

man, Manager. of the Gainesville I

office of the Florida State Em OCTAGON SOAP

ployment Service, announced this 3 bars 24c lona BEANSIn m

week. Tomato Sauce I IOc I
'This Is an additional step taken


by reducing the Industrial the operating Commission coats of In A-PENN MOTOR OIL Daily DOG FOOD I'.

the Employment Service and Unemployment 100 % Pure Pennsylvania, 30', 40' Weights REGULAR OR FISH FLAVOR

Compensation programs Aa a
23c 25c
qt. .
which recently received 3 Mb. cans -

strict budget cuts In -
s Congressional ; Il

appropriations Mrs. Rod- A-PENN Dry Cleaner 8 OZ. ANN PAGE
man said

, tf f l i All Unemployment and Compensation I 73c Thin SPAGHETTI
gal.
171 .. J I and Servicemen's : '19c
1 1i Readjustment .
I r 2 for _ -
, t ,,1 Allowance claims In the 4 MMM wnMMM" H IM 1

'Aq r d areas affected will report for -- 1i i

@ ,. claims on a bi-weekley basis. The Fresh Fruits,: & Vegetables] JELLO Gelatin Dessert. S


I next tey will service be In Starke and Law 3 for - -J*
1 September 2 and Calif. CANTALOUPES 19c ,
I every other week thereafter. The L

I hours will remain the same. CALIFORNIA ICEBERGLETTUCE BAKEn'sCOCONUT.

Checks for the two weeks >18e t
period 2 for -
19c 4 -
I will be mailed Instead of being oz.

-n delivered by hand, so that claimants CALIFORNIA SEEDLESS I.

/ a will not experience any additional GRAPES 2 Ibs. 0
29c
- -
/ delay because of this new I NUTIfY'OLEOMARGARINE
I procedure. ELBERTA 1 1II
1P
.nNeeace.l>n". whit*ad.v.n 1J
1 ,., .
r .yfss.tn..w of.wl PEACHES 2 Ibs.
n. ('rnf t lor toiHr. RR.l - 23c
FOHO
(CII "'r". .. "OC
KLOHIIMl
.J. 1 Eft: y.Charles. I* CH.I\- LARGE STALKS 1 lb. -

Nancy LouUe K. Walker\\.., Plaintiff, vs. CELERY ((36's 2 for -
if frndont <'..".. No. |8778.-h walker, D.- ) 19c -

OHDBK OF priruo! \TIO-M; LARGE EARS
It ,
ii AInIOTICF. TO APPEAR LONG GRAIN CAROLI
tiT AT..::> OF FLORIDA toNancy : Golden CORN 6 for //A A39C 0tt
: L.oul Welch. Walker, who.. - 25c ttr
+ 2 Ibs. -
RICE -
4 i Coal] travels of these simplicity of ita interior l..*ign. And they go for it. FuturamienrrformaiM Edewnrthant .dilronn !I.., i -
'. news fat soil the talk every Iowa Car of :\1... +ard.. LARGE BUNCHES
the. *, too thanks to Hydra-Malic Drive'* "no- nrrloh, Ur*.n.boro, North Car
day M new Kuturainic Oldsmobile! Purple everywhereare olina/ Texas RITZ
no-shift" driving ease and the thrill-Gllnl action of You .r. CARROTS 2 for I 17c k
panning the word along about Ibis spectacular new I 1418 clutch rwinlrod to appear on Jf?
September 27, 194. In CRACKERS I 1
WIllRLAtCA" Y. Everyone's: spreading the garni. new, about named the above = alan
model. Wherever it goes. people just nafllrally gather 'round Court and CHUM, whr..ln

1 for a better view It's the Futuramic appeal of this exciting thin great new Odsmobile-GK everywhere the Futurmienew County nlwlnttff T seeks>l".r.dlvori ph shall! Bradford publish POTATOESREGULAR 8.
VANILLA
OUUiiiulnlrl They like its new ':'Futurfmicijouk} -;,the 'Foes, everybody ",.- for" the Futuramic! No wonder rowe'toOwnaoOltUr I thin.HII..Order. In next four weekly 2Sc

? ,dramatic,ttteep of its ultra-ittwkrn) .line ,,1|lI striking, 'sodmvre..>pjpl e are..J-; "It's. SMAR r ,-.l Wltn I at Starke.. my', Florida.hand and|ftl. e4flcla.. ) LOOSE WAFERS, 1 lb. al'I

i .
". .
\t OFFICIAL UK.*!.) A. :J. Thomas 10 UBS. .- ::39c a 'LBS '8 (OZS.
A.'I..rk of said Court. 'If'
Pv Haven Cro."", P C. .
\ )tam..1V. "..t..n. Vldal Hide, Staley's STARCH f'at
\\\\i\ 0 LDSMOBILEYOUR il ln...*vllU, Florida, 31ciyc
AIt,.. for I'lf. I-n tt t-J7
..
-
-
II (IRfllT rol HT, URtDPORO SPAM, I 12 oz. 7:
.
0 l 0 S MO. I. DEALER C e 01 HY.VTY, ....OMII." 1 1'1'H 0 4Y., ASP Ih

1 LB. UBBT'SCorn.
(teal> l Vtnyt Plaintiff :
vs. Jam* W.
\Vhyt. D.i.ndent. <'ax. No T19 35c
TORODE CHEVROLET CO. AM Oil PER VOTir-R llF PfPLICATION TO APPEAR; OWNED AND OPERATED BY THE Beef Hash __ LtI

STATE OF FLC1KIUA GREAT
to: ATLANTIC
Jam.. W. Whyt., ..h.>.. residence & PACIFIC WHITE HOUSE
11'
and addr... !I., : Bonny Hotel. Athtn e 43
5TABKEFLORIDA TEA
_. Pennsylvania: COMPANY :
MILK 3 tajl cans .
Ton are required to appear on 1'I
September n, ItU. In the above 300-302 E. Call St.
2b. d.H-p JT. ter.MWIM!Nrnvk,Y.d..d frU .t named Court and ..a".., wherein Starke, Fla. .
plaintiff ...... divorce Bradford ---- ac
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AttST n. 1948 BRADFORD corNrv :TELEGRAPH. STARK FLORIDA t

',
I i
r Mrs. -J. M. Brownlve has returned Edward Shull Jr., arrived horn Mr. and Mrs. Carl Aldermanof

to her home after spending Wednesday to spend a week with Baltimore. Md., are spending I
-
of LOCAL NEWS l several weeks at Kingsley Lake his parents Mr. and Mrs. E. T a few days, with Mr. Alderman's e/s1"OTp"'cVa'mnt/ ,.
ITS Mra. G. W. Alderman, LAYER FELTMATTRESSES i
mother
Mr. and Mrs Ira Wilson are Shull before shipping out for a t
'- vacationing for two weeks at tour of duty In Korea. and sister Mrs.: L. A. Canova.Mr. ., !! "

;" Linwood Funderarooksvllle Sen. Charley Johna met with Smith Lake. W. L. Wall, who has been con- and Mrs. A.C. Durden are .1'E '
( .. \
Mr are residing[ Cov. nominee Fuller Warren, Sen. Mr. L. F. Smith Sr., and family fined at St. Lukes Hospital In speeding several weeks In Arcadia i

Epperaon Sr., home John E. Matthews of Jacksonville have had as guests for a few Jacksonville the past several Clewlaton and Tampa. $25.95't

J.walnut street. Mr. and George Inman of Cltra, days, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Little weeks returned to his home on I Miss Dorothy Claire Klckllter

S. the new assistant at Sen. S. D. Clark's home In and daughter Rita Lou. and Miss Cherry Street yesterday (Thurs.) spent last week vacationing In hit inserted lit

rk Bradford I. High. Panacea Springs Thursday of Barbara Moon of Marlon, Ind. Mr and Mrs. L C. Zeigler and ;Keystone Inn at Keystone Heights. 1 In Mattresses "Ili

Warren Kelly last week. The Senators then wenton family of Miami are visiting Mr. I Miss Carolyn Canova of Gainesville USE OUR I
Mrs L. -
Mrs. W. West and daughter. In layer
nj Mr. to Fort Waldron on Fridayto and :Mrs. R. C. Dampier and Mr. la spending a few days this I
heir Sunday guests of Miami attend a social gettogetherof Dorothy of Bradenton were via- and Mrs. J. D. Griffis and families I week :wIth her grandmother Mrs. BUDGET PLAN! Pre''esaWe Lump r
Pearce Iting Mr. and Mrs. P. C. New-
Dave Jimmie Pearce and the 36 State Senators as guests for two weeks. E. E. Canova. at Klngsley Lake. ; ,E

)ira ?onvl1le and Mr. of Rep. Bob Steve and NewmanC. some last week. Dr. 'and Mrs. Lemuel Colaon 'Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Tuszlo Have Just Received

Lots and baby of Hamp- Brackln. Billy Weldon son'of Mr. and have returned from a two weeks'vacation of New York City spent Sunday A Shipment' Of .
Mrs. Steve
Chance Turney's adult Sunday Weldon underwentan spent at White Springs. with Mr. and Mrs. O. U Beaaley e (!
school class of the appendectomy at Shadycrest and Mrs. J. W Kincaid while IK' l REAL 'BARGAIN!
Presbyterian
Hospital two :weeks ago and Is Mrs., .J. M. ,Brownlee had as 1 & 2' BUR NE ROIL ; ,
Church are holding a enroute to South Florida.
picnic sup. her guests Sunday S T. Dell of ;
per at the Billy, Dowling summer Setting along nicely. Gainesville, Mrs. H. E. Moredock Boy..' Overall. *(zee t 4. Platform, Rockers r rG..t

II home on Kingsley Lake this even- Mr. and Mrs. Walter' Scott.La nd two children of Miami and $199 at BARKSDALE'S STORE. HEATERS.
.g Mon Long Island. N.Y. arrived Mr. and Mrs F. W. Scott and
Ins; (Friday), her-son, J. M. Brownlee.Mr. .
FL':' o.I'"..'all.. aloe. here last week to spend several son Colley, of Tallahassee spent 0
18. and
aj.jj I
i '
: Jr.
Mrs. H. G. Davis .
TARE at BARKSUALK'S STORE. weeks with Mr. La Mori's brother- the weekend with .Mr. and Mrs Your Now'Whi..;. \Ve, Still Have

Mrs. Erline Bussey has returneehome : In-law and sister Mr.' and Mra. were last visiting friends In Gainesville T. M.,Hutching. ,t .\ Complete Stork To Select Front t.. 1
Mon, Aug. 29. 30GANGSTER H; E. Tucker The two couples Saturday.
after spending the past two Mr.. and Mrs. Tom Slade and
Mr.: and Mrs. L' W. Koch arevlalUn&
pent the weekend
fishing off
months In Atlanta, Ga. children visited Mr. and Mrs. p '
MAHOGANY FINISHWINDSOR
Cedar Keys.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs 'William
Bellta Walter Jackson in Baconton, Ga.,
I'ry Sullitan. Miss Betty Lee .left Thursdayof Koch and family in Arcadia this '
(arch of Tkne", New. last 'week* for her home In Don McCann and son. week. over the weekend. ROCKERS only 19.95 't ;
,:
Greenwich. Conn., after spending Bill and Blair, have returned to Mr. and Mrs. Tony Locasto .

.. 21. ONLY the past two weeks with Mr. and their home In Augusta Kans 8, Mrs. A. V Long of Gainesville left Monday for their home in
.. tug
, fter spending/! alx week. with Mrs Mrs. Marcus Conant and thtee 2-Pc. Sofa Bed Suits 'Ii'
HAMILTON Mrs. R. M. Lee at the Dowling Brooklyn, N. Y., after spendingsome Large
T McCann'a mother, :Mrs. W. L. children of Jacksonville, Misses time at Kingsley Lake.
%
cottage on Lake.
Klngsley Blair. Ellen and Sheila Long of New Reg. $169.95 Sale Price $129.50 4. I
WOMAN :Miss Bonnie Judson returned to
Mrs. James O. Greek
and Miss Mrs. A. H. Frlpp and Miss, York were guests ,of Mrs. S. E. .
r-i". "Flickerhharkv" Pensacola after spending month TERMS SAVE $10 i
.Sklpp!' Kathleen Strickland of Jacksonville a EASY -
L* Etta Fripp of Columbia S. C.. Brownlee and Mrs. J. M. Brown
., and New / spent Sunday with Mrs. W. pent several days last week with lee on Tuesday.Mr. With Miss Mantle Hutching ,.,;

T. Thompklns. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Pbwe11.I and Mrs. John G. Childreso ,N. D. Wainwright Jr., spent the At Prices!
Thnp.. Sept. 1; :ZI Jackie Justine of Jacksonvillewas I Mrs. J. F. David,.of Baldwin and children moved into their recently early part of the week In Miamion JUST ARRIVED! Bargain ',

I'BLK': FEATURE: the guest of J. C. Mack last la spending! thIs week with her purchased home on Lake business.Mr. ICE REFRIGERATORS COMFORT .f

[EERS FORSS Sunday. brother-in-law and deter Senator Street. and Mrs. Ernest Phillipscelebrated REAL 25.95 -i'' 1
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. and Mrs. Charle:'Johns. Miss"atrlcia Warren of Quincy their tenth wedding Many SU II Single & Double Poorhlt* .
BISHOP Brantley the former Col. anniversary Saturday by spendingthe t. .
Evelyn Miss Sammy Kennedy recently visited Miss Montle Hutchlngs Enamel Flnxh
..INDHAPE ,son, will be glad to hear that they returned from Newnan Georgia last weekend. weekend with the Eddie Hart- \ ''IIT.S

OF are home from Trl-State College where she had spent four Miss Virginia Sewell has accepted manna at Alto Lake. AT :'I f fDe'nmark N
CAN DO BETTER
Angelo Ind.? for a month' vaca weeks visiting per brother-in-law a position teaching music at A FACT YOU

GS TO COME tion. and sister. Mr. and (Mrs.. A: W. Pompano Beach and is at present TIIANKS TO DOCTORS I
Also New,. Boy, Overall. size 6 & 8, Hendricks.Mr. attending Workshop preceedlng I We .wish to express our gratitude Co. f :;
".99 BARKSDAE'S STORE.Mr. school' to the doctors and nursesof Furniture
and Mrs W. B. Sewrll, son the fall term. I
Sat. Si>pt. 3. 4 and Mrs. Eddie Hartmanand James and daughter, Virginia Mr. and Mrs A. E. McKinney the Shadycrest Hospital staff ...

)[BLK: FEATURE: : son Eddie Jr., returned to have returned from a two weeks had as their guests I. H. Hazenof for their untiring efforts and PHONE 151 'STARKE. FIJI. r, I
their home on Madison Street 'and kindnesses during the illness and I : '
Jacksonville '
Sunday
POLOOKA vacation at Highlands,'N. C. on 1
death of loved
Sunday evening'after spending a Mrs. Maxie Carter has returned Mi'. and Mrs. R. E.' Hazen of our one. .
HTING MADErrol month at Lake Alto. after spending some Brooker on Tuesday.J. -J.L. Anderson Jr and family

JIM Klrkwood Mrs. Stella Andrews of MiamiIs two weeks with friends and relatives J. Mann of Richmond Va., : :
AXD visiting Mrs. Susie Andrewsof In Fayettevllle 1ST. .C. III spending a few days visiting I ;t \ i :.

OF THEDRIFTER Starke and Mr. and Mrs. G. Mrs. Effle Johns had as guests Mrs. L. A. Rennolds. Mr; Mann ri I
G W. Andrews of New River. t,
last week her sisters, Mr. and the late Mr. Rennolds were 4p :
Mr., and Mrs. Sam Mitchell and 1\ ti
close friends roomed together '
Mlna McCutcheon and Mrs. Car having RIGHT
th Jimmie Wakelyirloon daughters Carol and Susan of rie Smith of Jacksonville 'She In the R., R. Y. M. C. SET i I. i iI

: "Pluto. Bluend Jacksonville spent last Sunday also had as Sunday guests Mr. for seven years A'I I : I

.* Chap. 10 "Dick with Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and and Mrs. Freeman Johns of Lake uene Walker or Savannah:! ua.s .. YOURBUDGET AT .
Returns" Miss Lucille Mitchell. Carol remained the Ewell Lawson famly I
Tracy City. visiting I:
J
for a longer visit.
for two weeks.
8ALK! Men's Dungaree $2.50 I
... at BARKRDALK'a STORK. Mr.[ and Mrs. W E. Thornton SETZER'S : (

Mr. and Mrs. Foster Shi Smith. spent last week visiting relatives

rJ{ Branch ofINSURANCE daughter Shi Anne, and son, Jim in Wildwood, Plant City. Dover tf :

my have returned from a four and Orange Park. Mrs. Thornton') ,,

weeks vacation spent with relatives sister. Mrs. S. B. Dennison, accompanied /

In Stratford Okla. Friends the Thornton. on their .. : ''f
-.. of the Smiths, who had heard of trip and returned to Starke with .

1L tiC. the automobile accident Involving; them for a four day visit. GOLDEN KEY The Premium Milk I''

t Mr. Smith Shi Anne and Jimmy, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Mrs.,

I C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE will be glad to hear that they are Juanita Phillips attended the fun i t'

getting along fine and expect to eral of R. Bruce Warren at Sardic !

PHONE 146 return to school for the fall term. church Worthington: Springs on AIVIERicANI 11. tit M-Ik 3 42' I :
'
Mrs. Frank Pickard of Green Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. CANS f

Constant Service'fue'r. 50 Cove Spring's! spent the weekend E. A. Whitnel of Deland : t/p/ ti i

Years'I with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burn. visited her sister, Mrs. Merrill ( Ml il'

Mr. and Mra. James Hair at Struts, last Friday and Saturday., 1.1,I .Sardines :t tSATISFA'TION

Lake City were weekend guest Mrs. W. H. Smith, and her I

iASS. of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Holllngs mother Mrs. R. C. Weaver of LB.lOc : '
I
PIED worth. Jacksonville were In Valdosta, l '"

Mr. and Mra. Phi'' Loria ot: Ga., Tuesday visiting Mr. and Mrs.D. 1

.. I Newark N. J., and Mrs. E. J. E. Weaver. COFFEE 39c 'IJ'
- - -
FOR SALE AT BARGAIN:. X k.ro-I Crawford of Blackehear'Ga., arrived Kathy Struth, who was under ;. !f '
.
BUTTRESSESOF gene ranceii, 1 coal ranee.Blade .- "I. (i'i',
Gas Co.l) two doors from Monday to upend. a few daysthis observation"at St. Vincent's Hospital
ALL
KINDS railroad. track on Call St. tt week with Mr ,!and Mrs. W last Wednesday thru Saturday t u
CAN
RENOVATEDFIRMTL'RE NEED A HOME! Inc hurry? Have 1 I H. Yawn. returned to the home of McGRATHS 11 oz. cad ; 1

frame. house 14x20, 2-room and I f I Miss Betty Sue Sexton of Atlanta her parents Mr and Mrs. Merrill !

roof bath,, all good plumbing prewar lumber fixtures'meta(tub) Ga., is spending this week Struth on Saturday, and is getting PORK & BEANS - -, ;; _. 71c : { J If'I ,
/
water pipe, sink electric wiring., with Misses Minnie Lou Hazen along nicely.Mr. t ,
if Kits. hot water heater, burner H. Smith visited 1,' i I I
gas hot plate, some furniture.,,and Idell Landrum.. and Mrs. W. :t, I
and Ice box (not electric. ), Will Mrs., O. C. Tillis of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs Artford Brownin .. I

I sacrifice must move for from quick present cash. sale..site You Cat!I spent last week visiting Mrs. C. Gainesville Sunday.Mr. HUNT'S .. 14 oz. bottle DISTILLED

Church and Slh 8ts., marke' ) to A. Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Lacy and Mrs. Hans Walker'andchildren li,{ :

UPHOLSTERED; your Bradford lot. Contact County R Telegraph. .U Matthews, telephone ..I I Silcox, and :Mr, and :Mrs. Dave spent last Friday evening CATSUP - -' 17'/2c VINEGAR gt# .- -. '-, IQcj I |; t i'i'.i' .i
JD> REFINISHED 29, Htark. tl Woodard.Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. Hallle Jonesin ,

p Vs A CardNG3MAITRESS I and Mrs. Paul St. Clair St. Augustine The Jones are I 1

CO. FOR each SALE with: house Two and l0-acre barn..farms Rea, and son, John of Bloomfield Va.,. former residents' of Starke. 16 oz. WHEAT loaf '

30% Falatka, Fla sonable for each Edgar Purrell!, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Mrs. H. X Glasow of Cocoa was SmDDRESSING BREriirr.W : : "

Btarke. 4tp 8-27 Preston a few day. this week. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.. C. 29c lOc : : :
I
FOR SALE WANTED: Old books, mac..ln..1. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson and Sapp last week. '
maps, letters. and newspaper. family attended a family reunion I SALE! Boy' Dungaree: $..93 I
IV 8-BEDROOM residence. pertaining. to early life of FlorIda I at the home of Mrs. Lawson's at BARKSDALE'S! STORE.
What have you? Bringto
miss> of Starke, just
: halt' (10m.T'Pa:3r ''.:Bradford County Telegraph.4t I :.,.n parents Mr. and Mrs. Oren Welch Mra. H. H. Adams and son. GOOD IRISH ., J
rth.Block
In Dade City-last. Sunday: .John and Archie Green spent

:",'half price class I In ,town.ffxvr,, WANTED: One sober meat cutter. Mrs. R. E. Tanner of Baldwin Wednesday at Jacksonville Beach ;
Apply at 115 E Call St. tf spent Thursday of last week' with Mrs. U. S. Hutto returned

*RTE, ConcrM C.ment Pip.Clans, stepping Block, FOR HALE: Missionary Htrawber- her mother. Mrs. R. S. Powell. home Wednesday after visiting Potatoes 10 NICE BIG j

dowo.k""... Per, Mortar Mix, 4 ry plants mlle out by the on bed Kalford M. Khoden road Mr. and Mrs. E.Lawson spent! th relatives in Hamlet, N.C., Oranne- LH. 3ge

< hauling. Fill dirt for Name on mall box. Stp 8-27 early part of last week In Rich burg Charleston and Columbia, GOLDEN 1I

LOTS FOR RENT:;-Furnished 2-room; land 8. -C., and Savannah Ga. S. C., and Savannah Ga. k
n high in.city ground limits$200 ui of, cabin. with bath Housekeeping-. . W. H. Graham are Mrs. Joe P. Tomlinson and son, //I;
1:0: Pr mo. Also unimproved, 2-room Court, rabln. vacationing for ten days in New J. E., visited relatives In Baldwin BANANAS
") tips of bulMIn* connalvanlied Hlnehurvt Tourist
kn Highway 100. I'hone palat-1! Orleans La. Wednesday.
: 1'1'11 Pipe. 17 Ring 1.1 I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Holm and Capt. and Mrs. Hugh B. Ingram
'ISO >
InRd' "iv per yard In DRESSM'AKINO>> : >ply Mrs. Sums fawlly of Sulphur Springs spent; I arrived In Chicago Sunday for 1 f i

''th 01 l t6 wh"e. dump tin, 3 1V. Call. Hi., upstairs. Itp Ithe I i latter part of last week with a two week's visit with Mrs. Ins
winch. t 10e
'
In E".I\EERI'IIO' CO. FOR SALE lD.1t! Model Dodge/ Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson.; gram's parents Mr. and Mrs. iSUGAR51bs s

E4ea,4. Paoe..4I. door tires, all sedan.tools; :td\: .condition Wynn! iaml.1 I Mr. and Mrs. Wm. T. Jackson John Cook. I Iw
pIon, Fla. lip I and family and Mra. Carl Jackson Miss, June Patel has aecepteJ J t8

'OUR TIMBER ATTENTION;;: Colored veterarm.tlUU "; ; I spent the past week vacationingIn I. a secretarial position with the [ LIT. 1
NOW( Key West. Typewriter Division of Remlng
tlvielonaforocol.
eutifnilsul
st t Cash; Prices Paid ored'In .people. Available at once Mr. and Mra. S. G. Denmark ton Rand, Inc., in Jacksonville ? 1e
last weekendMr. .Tune spent the weekend with her
:' to anvone. A. A. A. Construction had as their'guesta
L m x HULK Inc. Telephone JIT, Oalnesvllle I and Mrs. James E. Allen and parent., Mr. and Mrs. Van Patel.
.4t -IO I fcroi Hi i iI
OR I 1N UNIT Flu. I son. Mt'-hn'l I. nt Felda. Miss Dottle Dlnallo of MiamI i
G.ROf). 1 HOl'HK:< FOIl MALE: near SALE! Men's O"eraJ1. 2.9S-- 'Is visiting Miss Inez Green this

WIX-W. PECK school quo. !Terms, Includes If desired.3 lots. N.$2 DValnwrlrht ,-, I IUKKSD.ILK'S! : STORE week.Paul Fresh Meats & Sea I I.1.

P. 0,110, 4fi3linesville j, \! Fla, Jr., 12' W. Call St.It I IIHarke. Mr. and Mr. Tom DUn<:IID and Knight and his friend for FoodsFRESH

Fla. children moved here Tuesday Charles Blum left Sunday

FOR 8AIE1 1.2 house acres I and miles 4-. from Jacksonville and' are occupy. New York City. Mr. Knight spent
unfinished
llle a postcard; and : from room Starke. Total price 11025, ing a house at Park Place. Mr. a few days last week with hisnarents CAUGHT WEST COASTShrimp t
N. D.Walnwrltrht ., E. ; ,
Mrs. D.
1450 down and easy terms. Is of Setzer's. Mr. and r
tome Duncan manager
see
you. Jr. 12* W. Call 8' visited
and Mr Blum
Starke, Fla. tI Miss Nancy Heintz spent sev- Knight .
,moAl .rlt. ., eral this week as the guest relatives In Jacksonville.Mrs. ,
a l II l lIn. dining room days #
.. FUfSA LE: t-plece
and Ovid. Mullet
( Annie Lewis son
,' me lI.blllty, and ..ult. bleached 1 mahogany/ Duncan ot Miss Mary Ventrlss In Jack J.IVEOAK
, D, walnwriehtnJr. ". Phyffe style Contact )t. B. if Jacksonville visited Mrs Carrie -
p 8t. Phon. 12f Alvares and Son Storage warei- lonvllle.
164. tfE hoiiH Phone 9105. Box 77S. U1 Out of town friends and relatives Ingram on Sunday. u
"' the funeral of Mr. and Mrs. Jne Hardy "n" SMOKED i
.screened porch, : attending
i1 ,
"' "4on 4 Rnom NOUNS
hUI svY duty tr.n.ml.. large Int. Sell rhean or rent. Also Mrs. John Uglow Thursday after- Sons, Roy and William, vtaltedMr
]
tmolln! a hody.u..d lumber Allo a lake. lots. for sale. J. C. noon of last week were her son- and Mrs. H rdy'* parent 35cLB. 12c!

8hrke Ics Co tl l Theresa.FOR COChr.ne'l n-law and daughter Mr. and Mra. In Oxford over the weekend.
SALT: HU Mrs. Mae Hutvklns and son
: L. McDowell, her ftrandsons : SAUSAGE
11 R. -
Er.j!: ,"" SPbek, .!.Twp.O.h.-. sedan miles. ,east$100.of The Stark Little on RoadI Store. :::J:. E Prtee U'*. Roy McDwwell aatd daughter. ,Lou- ting Mr..and Mra. TltiM Oiaon. LB.
;-;rn.:. Fla.11t4' W Church ilL, Hs...."......':l I I L. Mr. and Mrs.'Jutan'MeDmrf'l1.J.lr. : Mr. and Mrs. W. H.Yawn had TENDER WESTERN lli h
I_tp FOR *: 'na'h'ln'sTt 11M'( l
'IYri: f are."Vs like new. McDowell is their Sunday guests, Mr. and CENTER CUT
and Mrs. Harry
r "J-"' ; : 2nd brown I ed. V i. 1'0'Gainesville. Pin. R".I From Georlga tfrs. J. M. Crawford and Mr. CHUCK ROAST
"Iderlt' . i store.! Jews liD UP I were Mrs. H. J. Warlick and Mrs. and Mrs. Reppard Crawford of 25c. WHITEBACON +

bicycle, IV, Palm Beach.
SALE: Ladies n wMldsrt BI11.Warlick. ORSIRLOIN
;i:2'rm; $apartment nice.ra FOR washlnr. marhln. Mrs t.. MJrs. E. A. Winkler and her sister Mr. and Mrs. J. T. quigley l Ib
:
Iot'roupleDaMrs.nsE. I. Orlffls, at house facing help attended the National Layman's E
'{ : \ Park. ,")(rs. Susie Beaver, are visitIng STEAK f
"nple and 10th )frs. Kitty Hoppenated In St. Evangelistic/ Association meeting
Jp FOR BALE 12 tt. W rlne plywood: In Toccoa Ga.. from Thursday
.. this week. '
tE, maehln.: "'rasa s peed Qu..n boat foot with minnow oars, seine carrying|7S.r The"fc.IS Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch and until Saturday of last week. '49c lb. 29c I Ib.

I"""" mochanlr.1 With portable eon- Little Store, S mi. out on ltp old on. Mack and Joe and O. M.llstrunk )Ire. Mae Edwards and daughter -
Lrn Road U. week In
at Blending Elaine spent last
,
Ep.loopal
... ., rburrn motored to Tallahassee
lit. ItW I unfurn Mer- Homestead visiting Mr. and Mrs. ,
FOR RENTroom house to visit Mr. and :Mrs.
r.U-F' "'lIb Nekr State Farmers 101.1'k.L Sunday Edwards, Jr.
aal. no I l.hed J. W.
.. rs"'. '. Flna1 return I I Apply: at 3U N. Cherry St.liPI rill Futch and family
rd D. J E.! Knl.ht.lt I Starke. R. A. Newsome.


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA >FlUb.\,: ,
"if "
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FAGB SIXState "
: l this Order in next four i I STATE OF FLO RIDA to, IN rincrrr COTHT. BRADFORD, August S. 11II
1'p Cove Springs I publish Warner, whose resIdence COCNTY. FLORIDAIN 1119
stationed at Creen County Board Eager James H. CHAN i OFFICIAL
relatives in Lacoochec and weekly issues. I CERY. 1
.
visited and officialseal is unknown: M.
I' and Mrs hand Clerk
I
: Mr. Witness mv of rnur:
ij : Inverness. Mrs. W. F. Edenfield Is with his parent fifteen For Hampton Road at Starke. Floridathis Auf.I, You are herebY reautreij to William' C. Richardson' Plaintiff, :: I.
Virginia W.
his va.
for Richardson De
Thornton 20. V4 S. in
wl home with Dave 19. 1948. aooear on September HiriC3rw
Far returned
; Lacoochee fendant Case No. 11731.
of day leave. To Get Under Way ( EAL> A. J. Thomas I the above named Court and cause ORDER OF PUBLICATION / *,
and will be their guestfor wherein plaintiff seeks divorce
them I of said Court. I
tOFFICJALg erk _
& Calvin Williams and daugh I Teleeraoh shall l AND NOTICE TO-APPEAR 1 I
\ ; I Mrs. Bryan Whltflellt /* Mrs. D. C. Bradford county ItG l
By aeveraJVel'ks. ters. Sandra and Sherrie returnedto The Board of County Commissioners T. Frank La JI drum. Starke Fla. oublish this Order in next four $TAT E OF FLORIDA to:
I Mrs. George Manaasa" and child Plf. 8-20 4t 9-10 weekly issues. Virginia Vf. Richardson, whose residence
Ga., Attv& for '
"
., 1'1t Cella and George Jr., of their home In Albany appear anxious for the Witness mv hand and official J.*: Bonaire, Qa.
BRIDGE CLUB !MEETING ren following a week's visit Starke. Florida. this AUK. You are required to appear on
; Sunday to Theressa farm-to- BRATFORD !seal!' at :::
visited Mr. COI'RT.
IS
Hampton CIRCt'IT
; Green Cove Springs September 6, 1948. In the abovenamed
,
\ of summer Mrs. O. E. Crews U'NTILORID': IN 19. 1948OFFIc'tAL
Beautiful arrangements with Mr. and ( (
during SEAL) A. J. Thomas Court and cause, wher.nplaintiff !
-
i\ Mrs. W. O. Strlngfellow market road to get underway.The : (
\ \; blossoms added to the attractiveness and Sgt. Williams came down to accompany Dor5thvELVSv'ls:; Warner Plaintiff As CJerk ot said Court. seeks divorce. Bradford ttbenCDld
home of Mr. and the past week. Williams and their main item of business at I befenoant.UtiDFRonFdpSi Bv D. C. County Telegraph shall publish this
Mrs. Warner
the
of
"iJ miseries
: Rev. R. C. Gray and Malcolm !! Zach Hliyegcrosbv.; 33 W. Ashley Order In next four weekly ln ue>
1. !\\i Mrs. P. D. Fancher, Sr., when It Uni- daughters home. the Board's meeting August 16 I B LiCATjON AND FIorldaAttva. Witness my hand and official
:i.S? '.t"-3 was the setting for Mrs. FatS Smith, students at Stetson conducted Mrs E. H Clemons and son, was the advising of three land. : .OTICE 1'0 APPEAR I for Pit. 8-20 4t -ld seal at Starke, Florida thisSEE FASTRa.

cher'a meeting of the State Farm varsity, DeLand, who Church Calvin, of Miami came Mondayto owners in the region to either -'- .
", t ;\1 Bridge Club Wednesday afternoon services at Ralford Baptist of visit Mr. and Mrs. a E. Cr..Ns.Mr. execute a right of way by>
> ',f of lad week. When conJ Sunday were dinner guests and Mrs. R. M. Markhamhad August 20, or expect condemnation -
: J tract scores were added Mrs. M Mr and Mrs. J. M. Bradley at as their guests last week proceedings.The .
: that day. Saving money [. ..
1 flE. Griner received high prize a 'I noon on Mr. and Mrs. Truman Markhamof minutes of the Board meet- It you'll) shop
'. '11 cookie jar, and Mrs J. R. Kite Mrs. M. E. Griner and her Jacksonville, Mrs Ted Duch- ing state: You can easily our *"

'11 I I second high, a handkerchief. In visitors. M-Sgt. and Mrs. Martin arme and children, Dianna and "The Clerk was directed to h tact toweekend yourselt Provelhli ll'lrat,
(' '" R P. Stubbins won Griner and their sons of Jackson of Dunedin and Mrs. S. I compare our
.", bingo. Mr* Ronnie, write T. J.tAlderman, C. L. May, regular If.
Martin eryda
.4(, latter the ville, visited Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J Johns of shelf Prtces
n. soap. For the game R. Dod on and and Dorsey Fote of Hampton and .U others WIlli
t,Lf J(,i players were joined by Mrs. Clara Relnau In Palatka Sunday. Tampa. Mrs. Dobson extended her request them to execute a rightof I e/a / bet that ours(And you cq
I
sI are
."(1'U4'; I 'siahl. Refreshments con- P. S. Crews Spencer Crews and visit and has been with Mr. and way or deeds necessary In the 811 the very lowest(sa low
*L slated of an elaborate salad course. Miss Mary Elizabeth Pringle attended Mrs. Markham this week as has construction and maintenance of watch Our ads for thill
.l .t I "
*
I services and a dinner
Mrs. Lillie Hodgp of Lecanto. red hot
"S ROAST the proposed Theressa to Hampton cials. IJIto
\h :> WEINER at (Many
\ served on the church grounds et the
jj f.' W. Walker celebrated his Mrs Harry Tyson and children, road. feature ".
A"y1 M:: J. Bridge Christian Church at COlt prig _
with welner Long Linda and Terl Ann, of Perrlne The Clerk instructed to often below
i ilJ\t.}t i sixteenth birthday a was cost) Pggl
( Sunday.Mr.
,,\.Jd ''IJ, I roast at the home of his parents, and Mrs. Jimmie Bradleyof arrived last Wednesday to visit call their attention to the Importance By TO-there you hays R
shopping
\ ', I J t Mr. and Mrs. John Walker Thurs- Starke spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Tyson for and to the benefits to every day In in the our Starh"
.j P day evening August 10. Mis spveral weeks. Monday Mrs. Ty be derived from the early con you can ahY
1 dr.. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley. SAVE A
l:4;': ; +l i' J, guests included the junior group Tucker Townsend of Ralford son, Sr. and her visitors were struction not only to their IndIvidually C TLE EVERY DAY LIT.0:1:
+' I !J of Farm young people. Out-door guests of Mrs. C. C. Carnes at owned properties, but to GREEN EVERYTHING
I, s.,1: \ was with Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Peas 3S YOU
BUY
;\"l\.t\ ,f+.' games offorded fun for several Whltfleld for several days this Brooklyn Lake.Lake that section of the County in GIANT No 303 Cans greater additionaletei tha

:I G::,:,' J"i V'I |l hours. week while his parents, Mr. and . particular. SWEET ings by stocking up,,'
t' .'' ( Mrs. Emory Townsend, were in "Upon failure or refusal of these weekend 011
y1 \/, I Mrs. C D. Sellers, Patricia euptn.
,+I. Willard, Crews and his New York City these parties to excute said deeds deep-cut-price apeelus
ij1-ffl'i I"-!ji. ;, guest, Pete Spencer Sapp of Long Bridge, Leslie Bradley and his son. Geneva by August 20, the County Attor- ._-, __ _M.._..._._.__. _____""JI1IIIJlU_ "_: ..nnnnn.....LJI III'. _______ _____

.f"f \. '.I went to Auburndale Monday to Johnny, of Orlando were guests Blanche Cunningham ney was instructed to Institute
> !: .: i visit relatives for two weeks They of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley Ily : condemnation proceedings against WHEATIES .-
:
a
e "
and Monday.
them.
Sunday
Mrs. A. F.
t *' were accompanied by
t ,
'. Thornton and Miss Mary Eliza- Mr and Mrs. J. C. Caldwell Guests In. the home of Mr. and The Board also discussed tho a t"a.."

{ .: '; ,!beth Pringle who returned to their visited Mrs. J. B. Caldwell In Mrs. Nell Major last week were proposed 1048-49 budget, but no I.a.V
\ 7r''i-I'}' .k homes In Auburndale following Ocala Saturday. Mr and Mrs. Kd McCulIer and action was taken. Another meet- i T v
$
,\$; f q visits with relatives In this save Friends of Mr. and Mrs. M W. Mr. And Mrs Ray Camden o' Ing was called for Thursday, August PKGS.30e :
f, ,I, (tlon. Barton are glad to know that Lonoke, Ark? and Mrs Fred Far- 19, to consider the budget
!!\ ( fie- Mr. Barton .Is nicely
: recuperating roll and Mrs. Malcolm Sutton of
.:. f Mr. and !Mrs W. E Feagle have further
x'> 4's. following a recent appendectomy Jacksonville. Sunshine / 1 1
: ;i completed Interesting vacation performed In Shadycrest Hospital Mrs Sue Myrlck wan pleasantly In World War II, Navy sub P0N' 48c
trips. They first went Butter 24-oz
sight-seeing
: Starke. .
Saturday night when
f surprised marines were credited with sinking -
RlgIfa Reserved
.'i <' ., I to points in Georgia South Carolina Accompanied by their son, Jim- her two sons! and their wives, Mr. 201 Japanese Naval vessels Cut Rite Qoantlty
-;. '4 Ff\, and North Carolina ana then mie Chasteen of Atlanta Georgia and Mrs. Bob Myrick of Stark for a total tonnage of 540.192 and ft 23c Prices Good Thru Saturday August.28th
125
Waxed
and Mrs.J. R. Chasteen Paper
; i Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Myrick 1,113 Japanese merchant vessels
1"1/-1'/ .",( I spent a week, ending Saturday, of Gainesville, gave' a birthdaysupper of 900 or more gross tons, total .
< Zl I, AUTOMOBILE at Lake Kerr. Mr. and Mrs. Chas- STARCH
:''i'f':;' "\' ;'I LIABILITY INSURANCE teen completed their vacation by Mrs.In Sue her home.Myrick attended ling 4.779,902. tons. LIQUID Ready To Eat Cooked, Smoked Half or Whol. CASHMERE BOUQUET

J 1tJ\ Although not eontpolaony It Is going to Jacksonville Beach Sun church services at Pine Level IN' CIRCUIT C01'RT BRATIipRDANCOONTY )- Rayo C
t': much safer to carry LiabilityInsurance. day for the day's outing with Baptist Church Sunday. "' FLOIIIDAl IN Soap

:r ]! I represent only old relatives who live there. Starke' visitors Tuesday: were Edward' B. liavnor Plaintiff, vs. 14'TETLEY
'( i'f' line.' reliable, stock companies. I Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Forsvthe.! Dorothy Felt Ravnor. Defendant.OR"DER Qt Hams R.9111z
Williams during this week were 6110.
i f.I YouJ basinets will be appreciated Mrs. Elmar Forsythe, Mrs. E. C. 6F PUBLICATION AND 9
E
yk' I Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Williams and
!!: Dykes B. Cunningham and sons NOTICE '
FLO
children James and Kathryn, of
I It STATE OF to
[ : ; 19 W. Call Street Rlrhard and Warren.Mr. GIANT OCTAGON
\ Milton and Mr. and Mrs John Dorothy Felt Ravnor. wnose rea-
!t i : Opposite Bradford Co. Telegraph E. Williams and baby, Clifford, and Mrs. Arthur Wilds and Idence and address Is: unknown: Pound
', 1 son of Jacksonville wore weekend You are herebY required to Tea
{!r.) U:' Phone 144 of Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs. visitors at their home on the pone above r on named September Court 20. 1948. in Soap
t4'l f""" + N. .J). Walnwrljthl. Jr. lames Steward of Jacksonville. the wherein plaintiff seeks and divorce cause.
Charles Thornton, U. S. N., lake.Mr. Bradford Countv Teleeraoh shallENJOY -Lb 60e 8
t J; i"I I and Mrs Floyd Hambrick Quick Frozen Grade A Dressed & Drawn Cake
.... .. and of Jacksonville
son were
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weekend visitors In the home of Frying Chickens pound 69c -
i+ Come In And See Our Line of New Mr. and Mrs. T. M Flnley. Mrs. JOAN OF ARC KIDNEY OCTAGON GRANULATED

Hambrlrk Is Mrs FinUy's ulster Stewing Hens Pound 59c
BICYCLES Mrs L. N. Wagner and son Beans Soap
Wilfred, have returned home after COOL
a brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. Long Is.. Ducklings Pound 59c *
No2 .ISe 33c
Now on display at our store Tames Hayes In Palatka. Little Lee
TERMS TO SUIT Freddy Hayes returned with them RIDING
U. S. Government Graded -
for visit.
a a BEECH-NUT
WITH OUR NEW
.1 t1 ALSO USED BICYCLES AND Mrs Ida Gentry and Mrs. OCTAGON

M k rs BICYCLE REPAIRS Jame Mosley were I business visItors PLASTICSEAT Coffee BABY BEEF'
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In Palatka last Tuesday. Chips

Iamak5 FOR CITY COUNCILTO Lb SSe STEAK Lb 69CLge 33cLIBBY

k OUTaOAND MOTORS THE VOTERS OF THE CITY

4f 4 q. OF I STARKE hereby announce my candi- COVERS CORNED BEEF Sirloin STEAK Lb 79C BLUE WHITE SOAPChips -

dacy for the office of City Coun
BIGGS & BAKER cil.I'm All-Leather Trim Hash

'4; 105 W. Call St. Starke Fla. am a twenty-five life long resident years 'of of age the, 35c T-Bone STEAK Lb 89 gc
: No 2 Pkg
I
of Starke. the
-- ---------------- City attended .
Bradford County High; School and 39'

I41'llMr Emory University In Atlanta. Ga. I K-P LUNCHEON chuck ROAST Lb CAc NEW CLEANSER-
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES I'm a veteran ('IfVorld War II''
serving three In the U.
t A Complete Line of Builders Supplies years S'I Meat

1 4, Phone 45 -.;. Across From S.A.L. Depot IK-IK.fry Service Army.I feel that I'm qualified and STARKE Brisket STEW Lb 39 AjaxReg c

If elected I will do everything 12-oz 49 11
possible to benefit the majority Seat
Sherwin-Williams" Paints Fairbanks-Morse Cover
of the voters at all times.I .
c4t ',' Paint Your House I Home Water Systems
i will not be partial to any COMPANY WITH PROVEN DEODORAN WILSON LAUREL SLICEDBacon HOUSEHOLD CLEANSER
.1 And Pay,by The :Month Term If DesireilMETAL -
group, person, or faction and I
t ...,.l shall endevor to do what I be- Corner Court Madison: : Modess Swift's
1 & COMPOSITION ROOFING lieve Is the honest thing to do. Phone10 Starke.
Shingle (Green & Blue) Hulkllng Hard- Your friend 59c c

warpHanlware: Cloth Common and Finish Nails A txnf"t II. A. (Buddy) Bishop, Jr. 2 Reg 6Se Pound i Reg 11

1 ton Siding Cement Mortar Mix
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At g !; [ LttVIBEK..' All Grades I MOLDING All Kinds SWIFT'S I



.i JTBRONZE: SCREEN I WINDOWS & DOORS fl/EL/ OIL PREM12039 C >

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ff
816 ROASTING '-''

QR Corn SEars 29C rat a

ACT NOW -;

SEEDLESS
'' THOMPSON:


rlc c DON'T WAITp! 1,9r IIl .fIVAIPEI Grapes 2 Lbs _3Sc II RED HEADLESS PERCH SHRIMP FILLET Lb Lb 39c 29c


cl:7': CUBANAvocados SOLE FILLET Lb 45c
SAVE .

10 I 3 for 25 KING MACKEREL STEAK Lb 45c

GREEN 1OP FRESH MULLET Lb 23c

DUOTHERMmrwimi HEATER OCEAN PERCH Lb 19c

If you are planning to heat with GAS this
Carrots 2 19C
,winter, get your order in NOW.' Prices of -NO -WORK-NO- -DIRT TO HEAT YOUR HOME! L HADDOCK FILLET Lb 39c A

4"'' heaters have advanced 10 percent. However, CAULIFlower-
.H'* a crime to keep on hauling coal and ashes through
r+' WE! WILL CONTINUE TO SELL AT THE your living room to heat the house..

t'Ft ,p 'OLD PRICE ON ORDERS PLACED 'WITH Get a handsome> new Duo-Therm Thrift Circulator- Head 33e.Land

Uf DURING THE MONTH OF AUGUST. light one match)start it-then tend the fire by turninga 0 .
t. dial CtMorniaiW9 Sunshine FLOUR 25 i Lb 1.5925c 1
i'
S..H'E
f ,: THIS 10 PERCENT! fXCtUSiVf DUAL CHMMIM IUNf WM. POTATOES 5 Lbs 33c Murray

4 Turn cheap fuel oil into waves of dean,cafe,silent heat
-and mart heat from drop of out Vanilla WAFERSox
gets every SWEET POTATOES 3 Lbs 29c
tt We Also Hue On (Hand .A Good Supply Of
d, PAHMTfO IOWU-AIR' HOW 9c
Ranges And Hot Water Heaters PRICED RIGHT SAVO BLEACH Qt
Forces heat Into every nook and corner-gives von Super rand

_ 4 uniform floor-to-ctiling! warmth-wvei upon .to..z.5% SUPER 31c
fuel I bills. SUDS Large
OLEO
REMEMBER Deep

THI THRIFT CIICUIATOI SHOWN south JUICE I 46-oz Can 17c

; -It PAYS To TRADE With SLADE Pound 33e Orange
Fawtr-Au AAiiltemal .
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MANN I Mix CRISCO 3 Lbs 1.09

Slade Gas Co. Redi-Mixt Solid, Lb45C1 Lb47c'
INC. Z-Mule( Tram
Plumbing & Electric Nabisco Premium
ServiceI Ballard Biscuits 2 CM 27c Borax io-oz Crackers7'/4'13c
lE. Call St Starke, Fla. Phone 121 I 12c :
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n 19-8 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: STARKE. FLORIDA

'T I. e .Crews of Miami'are visiting; their; Moore Mr and Mrs., S. L. Crew.
At The Tabernacle Unusual YamsPictured of last week. Merritt. and Mr. and r
Methodist ChurchRev. Miss Jerry
aunt and uncle Mr, and Mrs. i j'., I
Billy Home has returned I this '
I I New RiverAND Ethan thla week. Mrs. Ethan Sapp.
arch News I 'The home here after a week's visit! Sapp and Mrs. Hubert Rouse ::1 1 d
congregation of the Tab- J, R. Hill, pastor of the Among those from here who Mr.
in Starke with his sister Mr visiting Mr., .and I
V ernacle enjoyed a treat Sunday Methodist Church, announces the LONG BRIDGEBy attended church at Hampton Sunday of Tampa are "

. IIar. evening when Chaplin and Mrs. following sermon topic for Sunday Robert C. Barksdale. Mrs. E. A. Sapp night are Mr. and Mrs. I* Mrs. Pledger Johns for a few i' I

/ k tian Church T. VV. Carlburg of St. Peters : w Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oliver e of L. Johns, \Mr.\ and Mrs. 'A. P. days: 1

burg Fla., and San Antonio Texas Morning: "The Faith That Ft. Lauderdale, and Mr and MriVV t ,{
!II'. rvlct's each Sunday' : were present Chaplin Carl- Dares" % A. Saxon, Jr.. and little son' The Rev. Freddie Dodd filled {..e.a_ ---000

.chool. 10:00: a. m. burg, ;who Is stationed at San of Pompano, were weekend visitors his regular appointment Sunday. {Iff
e worship, 11:00: a.m. Antonio, brought a fine message Evening: VA Bargain With here. During the!' noon hour a large
sing
M fling worship. 7:30: p. m. on Genesis 3:9-God: Seeking Man Life' Mrs. Ora Yancey and daughter: basket dinner was spread, and ,

1 Tday night' Prayer meet" -and Matthew 2:2: -Man SeekIng Sunday School 10 a.m. Youth of Jacksonville recently vlaltet everyone had a nice time. Amongthe READY NOW t

1r m' God I Fellowship 1 p.m. Midweek Prayer her aunt Mrs. Nlta Johnson. visitors were P. S. Crew .
r p. John B. Dixon Service 8 pm. Wednesday. 1 and lon Spencer, O. E. Crews itt
the gthe Chaplin and Mrs. Carlburg con Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Pope and I IA'
Ogdon and Bobo,
Ralph and children. Carolyn
Rev tributed a beautiful duet: "Be family and Edward Saxon returned r it
H filling the ChurchA all from the State Farm. Other
cksonvllle Still My Soul". Both are graduates Baptist to their home last week ..
t"
visitors Wf're.fr.\\ and Mrs Dempsey
I of Wheaton College and the after several months In Wes I
I Invited to come, challenging message in I a I Sapp of Gainesville and Miss
Chaplin a member of the I.F.C.A.Mr. Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Pope wen
| "the young people whomaking crucial time In the life of the Elizabeth Pringle of Auburndale,
y and Mrs. J. T. and visitors to Orlando and Tampa '
Quigley
up the church of church. "Nehemiah .:::6" Is the Mr. and Mrs. Troy Andrewsand
.
and bring a Edna and Leonard Noegel apent message! of the Pastor of the on Tuesday.Mr. children of \Morriston\ were COMPLETE
h w.Come and Mrs. Ed Sllvernail'
r.mr.alts. three days last week attendingthe First Baptist, Sunday morning overnight guests of Mrs. Floyd :l ,
little daughter, Wynne, of Hampton
;
Lstlan BradLnty -
Wiggins last week.
member '
N.L.E.A. Convention In Toe- at eleven o'clock. Every .
ns coilconvene with I and friend of the church should Lake, have been recent visItors Mrsr P. S. Crews of the State
coa Oa. They report a wonderfully ( to Daytona Beach and Ocalo LINE OF j
Church on Farm and Onle' Thorntonof
IaThu Christian be sure to attend this service Mt* 4 jJ
n August 29th. There will spiritual meeting with over Music will be led bv' the choir Mrs Ida \Maxwell\ Mr. and Mrs Auburndale were visiting folks

Oe Let dinner. three hundred and fifty delegates directed by Mrs Ethel Biggs, Leo Wiggins and daughter ot of Long Bridge last Thursday.Miss i .

apt rt present. Edna participated In the with Mrs. Mona' Canova, church Jacksonville, were weekend guest \ Louise Johns la back froma n I it
peoples' broadcast over the of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. ;
young Wiggins nice visit with he aunt. Mrs SCHOOLSupplies
Episcopal organist
e.tfa fark' Toccoa radio station and also Mrs. Maxwell remained for a tevns In Tampa; and her uncle ,
at the happvHour
Sunday evening +
isern B. D. Vicar ,, rendered a solo on the Convention longer visit with Mrs. Edith Van Charlie Renfroe in Tarpon Springs
Simmons the message by the Pastor
E .
program. Alatlne. Russell Greene Reddish Andrews
I will be In Sln"j The
vhf I. August 29 A gueat speaker la promised piano-organ"Dabbling duo will lead the B. Y. Saxon Is visiting relative. and Ethan Sapp have been .. t

W7.ON m. Church School I for Friday evening at the Tabernacle request hymn and chorus period I In Pompano this week. selling a lot of peas, butterbeanit, ,'

00 I Morning Prayer and I and'a especially interesting of singing, with Mrs. Morse and Those attending the large tent and okra at the Jacksonville produce '
the youth meeting Is anticipated for Daniels market this. week. 1
Mrs. Mann pianist and organist meeting of E. J. evangel
awas ohurth is open dally for Saturday night. for the evening. 1st, In Wllllston Wednesday of Miss Anita Waters of St. Petersburg

piaslit and meditation. last week were: Mr. and Mrs. C. was a weekend guest .
Mid-week service' will be con t
CONGREGATIONAL of Mrs. Fronle Moody.
L. May Roscoe May Sylvia May; ,
ChurchIjohn ducted bv the Pastor with a one Mr and Mrs. Romev :Johns of
M1I byterian METHODIST CHURCH Joan Sweeney and James Tries! I .AT" '
cial business conference called
Mr. and \Mrs.\ Wallace 1\[. Joplln Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. ,
Services every Saturday night, for the hour.
Vonsky from Pennywill and daughter Judy, of Lak Truba Hodges last Sunday. i
deliver the Sunday, Sunday morning and Sunday night, Sunday School meets at 9:43: Mrs. Denzll Thomas
I Mr and .
City visited Mrs. Joplin's mother, ,
I mes-mge In the absence 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., at Congregational and Training Unions for youth \ Mrs of Floral City were visiting Mrs.
29,, \Mrs. Ann R. Guy Sunday.,,
I Warren Kaufman who Methodist Church on and adults meet at 6:43: for discussion week Thomas' mother, Mrs. Belle Johns, }
J. t Ir
above with their Guy Is spending this ::1
at Brownlee Road. Rev. J. W. Grlf- and devotion. grow KOCH'SNOW .
lacatlon. Services begin fellowship Waldo and Is attending the Recreational last Sunday. ;
fls, Pastor. A cordial Invitation la extended -r. R. L. Batten, are some unuiuapeclme
I 1I, >ns of sweet' BradforiLounty Course in Starke each The Long Bridge Sunday school
... to all to join In these worship
jainiM.Clutchexl evening. class enjoyed a nice picnic last
hours at the First Baptist'Church
Mrs. W. P. Blrt. Mrs. FlorrH Thursday afternoon at Sampson .
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKCMMIB of Starke. In Mr. Batten's let ,
Belle Brown and son Lamar and l Lake. The young folks enjoyed DISPLAY, ,
.BH_ _MH _MW MM>MI. MM MV nv U BMB M land are two Iong-talled potatoes ON j
MMIB M B PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS ne> of which measured s lengtlif Mrs. K.. B. Watteraon were trans swimming: and playing games as :
The Heart of Town And In The Hearts well welners.
in GalnesvllU as roasting
business
In actllng .
three' feet and nine Inches. +{
of The People"A CHURCH10th Monday. Jlmmle. Catherine, and Betty -
Ills right hand ls> at potato neighng
St. and Temple Ave rj j.
four and s half pounds. IiMldltlon Miss Jessie L. Wright recently; ..
Sunday School:. a. m.: Morn \
to the potatoes pictured, visited relatives In Raiford. : 'I, >
Southern Baptist Church For All People Ing Worship 11 a. m.: EvangeVs- r
'Mr. Batten had a cluster (contain Bolen (Bud) Hall Is seriously; ,
tic Services 7:00: m. Everyone .J
p. 'ng six large yams and amotheiontaJnlng 111 at the home of his son, Free 1U4t die. f U1 f I
'
Sunday School 9:43: Training Talons 8UMornlnl' welcome four. man Hall. Relatives have beer We're Spending. .. I I
.J' I
Worship Evening Happy Hour I Mr. Batten grew the potatoesilv called to his bedside. His many; '
'I
New River Baptists < friends sincerely wish him ar ,
11:00 8:00 mile out on the Kt'y"tone 000 ,
c Hold Heilbronn MeetThe bights road on what U know early recovery. rI' $85, ,000 ,. ,I t

w Andrew Sullivan' oM 1 pta .
.
SUNDAY MORNING: Nehemiah 4:6 quarterly meeting of the In the Theresa .section The hug< Improve 1'' :

New River Baptist Association yam II grew from last J'ear's rootwhich BrookerBy ( 1 1t '
SUNDAY EVENING: "Dabbling In Sin" will be held with Hellbronn Baptist were left In the ground.Hampton. ( ch f ServiceGOING GREAT t, I

I Church Saturday, August 28.. Your '48 '
J JI Jt.1
Helen t
meetIng Harry ,
This will be an Important -
"Halt& The Church With The Visiting Pastor" of the year as asioclatlonal. I

1C I officers will be nominated for the WMS: MEETING )/7 i:

coming year In W. M. U., Sun call < } '
There will be a special &
By Mr. M. C. Sweeney : Q- .
.
U. work.It <
day School, anal B. T. Business meeting of the ladles I
I Ito.
.
will also climax a two weeks W. M. S. Wednesday afternoon, ... I J

GUNTER & SONMONUMENTS revival, held at the Heilbronn IIEVIVAL CLOSES SUNDAY Sept. 1, at the Brooker Baptist NOW is a good time to / :

Church In which Rev. Sam Watson Chuich. All W. M. S. members Fire Insurance
check
evangelist. It) preaching each The revival meeting with Bill are asked to please be present!:; your : t

C MARKERS evening at 8 o'clock to large Piper. Fuller Foundation Evan- as there is Important business policies. HOOT KILOWATT .ad itlll f ,
.. tour Etoctnc S wn a ,
with
crowds, the auditorium being fil ellst. will come to a epee] < to: be transacted. i

VAULTS led to overflowing. he Sunday evening service., The FREE SERVICE ailing y*u'Electricity I, .
and Mrs. Willie Rahbornof .
In rtev. Piper, a powerful and In- Mr. ,
It U hoped that each church :

.. the association will,be wel"represented "pi rational speaker, brings each Jacksonville' were visiting Fri _.. Pu'H, I
.*" l lospel message In a simple, direct ady night with ,Mr. Rahborn'tslater :..; ___ ,i iI "
at this meeting.Lawtey V'
'
manner to his congregation, Camrltv Mrs. Beulah Harretl. -1't I 't t

Will Se You From 10 to 20 crowds have filled the Mr. and Mrs Jessie Conerlj; CHEA' 1 ,

C if Christian; Church nightly, and and children, Jerry and Patsey,, I
You Se- .' p
Percent On Any :Thing
Tfil
urge delegations!: from churches were visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. W Charley: E. John td.f.: .?, '

::1 lect. In both Bradford and Union Barry last week. Agency ...... .-;:-. 1"

,. bounties' have attended. Friday of Palatka,
fr I H. ; Miss Alice Durham
rein ("bet.e IS BTAKfLE:, FLA. i
PICK DELIVERY We Can Duplicate Any ilg-ht. Brother Piper's subject has been spending a couple ol : COMPANY il

Mrs. W. H. Edwards entertainedher will be "The Biggest Lie That week with Mr. and Mrs. Bennie FLORID! pow> ( clT

Stone Or Marker In From 3 To 30 Days tVas ,Ever Told"-Saturday night/ Jen-ell. !
class last ,
C Sunday School Excuse'' Me, Please"-Sundae! Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Barry and 'enaeva t

[Special Hours On Sunday 3:30 to 10:30 A. M. Thursday from 3:30: until 6:30.: corning "Stop. Look and Live", children were visiting relative ".<_ntln.THE TRAVELERS. Hertford .: I (I r..

Heart dice was played for an -and the closing! Sunday night In Wauchula last weekend.Mr. .11 1 ",
2:30 to 7:00: P. M. will be "The Birth Pangs, R. Crews were "
hour. Janet Blount had high Topic and Mrs. J. 1 '

Several other 'games were of a New Age". visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Bar. ':.J n'}1''
wore i f
|Located On Highway 200 At South City LimitsP. last Friday night.
played during the afternoon. Refreshments ,AI>IKS COUNCIL MEETS ry '

O. Box 572 Starke, Fla. of i punch, cake and The regular. monthly meeting J daughter Mr. and, Janet Mrs., J.left E.Saturday Hardy and for Make these 4 comparisons >f> }:

r candy were served. The membersof nr the Ladle Council met with Conn.:
kfrs. J. T Johnson! In her home
David Kelly Janet Is Invited to attend
the class are Everyone
Wllklaon, Alma Wednesday afternoon of last choir: practice and prayer meeting
Blount Lavon veek. with Mrs. Gerald Adklnsis I at the before buy I
I Fred Bui- every Wednesday night; ,
INTEGRITYof Crews, Betty Durban, lender. The theme presented Brooker Baptist Church. Choir '. '': you I I1"1"

with better lard. Vernon Testone, and Bootsle ..rocs "Cod Speaks Through Peo- practice begins at 7 p,m. anJ d ,

conduct and and dealing in all our Starling. Betty Durban assisted "!e", the second In a series offIve prayer meeting at 8 p.m. .....- ,

r I I' thoughtfulness economy Mrs. Edwards In leading the on the sublect, "Ood Speaks I 'Mrs. C. L. Adklnson and daugh-

serving-these mark the reputable Today". On this occasion. Mrs. I ter: Ilean, are spending a few days ,.. :,,/ 8. "Y' car I'i',

quality of this well known firm.OEWITT games. Mrs. Paul Jewett and k. P. Moore of Long Bridge, a I In Tallahassee this week. .../ :' ..' ':ON' r 1.,
and
Rev. of West Miami 'Isltor, took an active part In I Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Dees of' .....:1.7.. t :, .
a 1
Barbara ,
4 daughter he prn 'ram. Mrs Johnson servedoVrtable A-lachua were visiting Mr. and .

j were visiting friends afternoon.In Lawtey They refreshments assistedy Mrs. O. W. Barry last Friday. COMPARE THE VALUE sky(;' COMPARETHEPOPULAIUTY '
last Saturday
> Mrs. Claude May. Mrs. Lottie Edwards and Fran. ..
C. JONES were on their way home from 1 f
their cell Barry ,were visiting Mrs. Ed.yards' Yes the feature You identify the
PHONE T Tennessee where they spent RAINING UNION PARTY compare can ti
I STARKE Mrs. Ellen, In
slater
value/ in list of
the biggest
vacation. Rev. Jewett was pastorof The Young Peoples department last Wednes. -compare price*- any
AMBULANCE SERVICE the Methodist church here several ot r the Hampton Training Union Worthlngton Springs compare what you ttt for product by picking out !W;

Funeral Director years ago., It being his first .Moved an outdoor weiner and lay afternoon. what you pay-and you. the one product which en. 4l j I Ir'

charge.Mr.; isrshmallow roast at the homer . . I too, will come to the con- joy greatest popularity, r
Our local funeral home enables us to and Mrs. W. H. Edwards, r Mr. end Mr*. Orville Brooklnsit clution that Chevrolet yearafter year; and of \,

offer conveniences and services not Jr., and son Billy spent the 'weekend Friday night. About 23 young Graham J continue to be first in course, in the field of b-'

3therwse available. here aa guest of Mr. and Mrs. folks enjoyed this occasion. talae. just a* it continue motor cars that one prod. .i

W. H. Edwards, Sr. By Mrs. John McKinney to be first in Big-Car Quality at Lowest Cot uct is i Chevrolet-outstanding leader in popularity nand I

fUrnish the highest type service at the lowest prices ar Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Carter en ,.ft J. last W Home week for and Chicago son Junior, 111.,, . . jut a* continues.- Brat in demand, year for the total 17-year' period. 1931 to date! .t,!'
.
*Pt ANT life insurance policy.In force Issued by ANT com tertalned the members of the here. they ''will attend, the RAil. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Wasdin after year. t
'?. ** payment in In full on a funeral. Consultation the Methodist with a
part or hole of and Fair being held there. En. vere' visiting In Graham Sunday.

"II no obligation peanut boiling last Thursday evening rote they stopped off at Wash- Ray Starling left Sunday for 1

/ after choir practice. Allpresent I.i
reported a good time. hey expect to do some sighting George Riner has been confined

Van Futch of Jacksonville was ". at Pittsburgh Pa., and to his bed by Illness for the t

FEED STRETCHERS visiting relatives In Lavtey last 'Inclnnatl.' Ohio. In -Mr: Home's past week. He Is some better. COMPARE THE FEATURES COMPARE THE PRICES I't

( week. bsenee., J. C. Wynn of Starke : Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney 1
''and children were dinner guests Only Chevrolet combine You'll agree with millions ;
To Bobby Whitehead who Is at- Is i filling the capacity of depot
ave feed-and thus*' save food-don't sacrifice good t"ndlns..hool/ at Georgia Military rent Sunday In Waldo. I the (Unitized Knee-Action of other car buyers that s 'tr

nak from your herd and flocks. Instead, cull and tellr"r Academy at College Park Is Mr. and )rra. M.\ L. Wattenonnd Mr. and Mrs. Louie Dempsey tJ i Ride for gliding tmooth- price*-like quality-are

Producers and then try to do a better job of feeding "n ndiPe his vacation In Lawtey Miss Harvene Watterson are, era In Jacksonville Sunday. neaa:the world's champion a major consideration in ''
hat Mr. and \Mrs\ Barry Dyal and Valve-in-Head engine for these times: and just al.performanceandeconomy 7

you have left. with relatives Schooloft icpected home this week after 84>n. Jr., and grandchildren were ; ... Chevrolet' Big.Car

line are three suggestions to help your 'livestock: and 'poulf Brooker ball teams and met I.awtey on the Law- sees motor of tour Interest with In relatives Tennessee to, In St. Augustine Sunday sight. Body by Fisher for tasteful quality i ia unique in its

f make better for eelng. beauty; and Fisher price range, to Chevrolet -
use of feed: rev diamond last Tue day 1entul'ky. Ohio New York and and Mrs. Russell Starling eG
Mr. Unuteel Construction plus Positive-Action Hydraulic prices are the lowest in its field. Chevrolet r
Pr V-A.MIN-at Dr. Hess Research Farm pullet. their first srame of the school 'he District of Columbia. They. announce' the birth of a baby Brakes for all-round safety protection I cost lei to buy. to run and to maintain!
.r.r. The ame was hotly contested al-.o l- spent a brief time In Canada. I'lrl which was born last Friday
Itlnt PAN-AMIN in their mash have always made to the end but the Lawtrv Roscoe May\ will return to Wash t'&tarke aj Shadycreat Hospital. 11
r otter I'
use of feed and laid more eMs-a* many. 23 team proved too much for igton. D. C., this week after ff Reynolds of Key West spent }'

hope Us per bird the: visitors. The sore was Brookr a visit with Mr. and Mrs.\ Horace the weekend ;with his grandpar- Chevrolet BIG-CAR
pet year. give
3. Lawtev 6. The return game May. Mrs. May left earlier tovlalt ante. Mr. and Mrs. F. T, Aber- Only
HOG SPECIAL HOG SPECIAL- be played next week. her parents In New Orleans. ''t
-shote* fettint vill nathy. QUALITY AT LOWEST PRICES thatVjrhy ;
r thud 1 earlier on 1/3 test auppl.mentand 1/10 1.raJl1.srOCK Mrs. T. :J. Terry had ss her Mrs. T. F. Brown. Emory and Mrs.. Leon Wynn returned home

ruests last Sunday Mr. and Mrs.X rank Brown, left Tuesday for avialt "[(onday from Kero, Oa., where

\ TONIC-cows at the Research Farm handle E. Strickland and daughter In Virginia. Mrs. Brown hadaa Ihe had been visiting hsr sisterr

\\M'h teed b.tt.r and give :33 1".., mote-milk toe..ach lettv. and Mr and Mrs. Marshall. i her recent guest her brother. the past three weeks.. CHEVROLETCHEVROLET FIRST"

Ibt Train. Strickland, all of Gainesville. In.law, Dr. "Jim DuBose, of Vero -' I

Miss Lou Edwards of Jackson. Beach.Mr.. A U. S. Navy submarine com-

*<"tell you how you can use thee (and other) Dr; Hew 1lle was the guest of her parents and Mrs. J. L. Slkes and snider was distressed when he

uctI to itretch feed; Mr., and Mr*. Will Edwards Sun. tamUy, who spent the past year irfaced after having been depth I Ibombed
lay. In Hampton have moved to their by the Japanese andfouncl TOR ODE CHEVROLET CO. ii

tormer home In Green Cove an unexploded bomb lodged
Sistrunk We had seven new pupils en- ;
Feed & Seed Store oiled In our school: this. week. Bp11np. on the submarine deck. The' rs-. STARKE. FLA. ,
load.th.
They were Cheri and Johnny Rd- Miss Betty Horns attended tJMbridal sourceful skipper however ,
Starke Fla. Don Billy shower of Mis Elizabeth ed t bomb on a rubber Kferaft
<<;rave, and Homer .. .
sailed
Sapp In Galnesvuls Thursday nit and carefully away. -
Jetty, and Jo Anne May. ,

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA
FJun.\y.
i PAGE: MOOT AI R'It:
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s tt' State of Florida.
"f" would have Club Political AnnouncementsFOR Recent Deeds Twp, 1
slon's ruling that New Motorcycle I So..
Wm. A.
Sweet of tinge
.I CARD OF THANKS Hunting Season bird hunters on Bradford j 80 11 .
I acre,
I closed migratory during ,the With 17 Membership CITY COUNCIL Among ,the deeds recently recorded County to B. A. Herring of Samp. more or let..
GrantedBy and Tuesdays
We wish to express our deepest Extension Mondays candidacyfor I in the Courthouse were: son, N. C.: beginning at NW cor.

Jr h appreciation to our many friends Game CommissionThrough open season. Formed Here Aug. 16 I hereby the City announce Council my subject to Earl M. Campbell of Bradford of SW 1-. of SW 1-4 of Sect. 13, A new

of sympathy Under the new ruling hunters Stefanelll of Twp. 8 So., range 22 E and radio beam, Gnu
to Henry run .
for their expressions ducks, Starke's second motorcycle club the will of the voters in the City I I County
shoot
and for the beautiful flower the effort of the State will be permitted to '16 Election of September 14. I have Starke: lots 13 A 14 of Blk. 23 E 420 ft.. So. 432 ft., W 420 ft. 1 to seven mile
Water Fish and coot each day from formed Monday night Aug. I and N '432 ft. to P. O. SITI ,
t Oame and Fresh geese Iof addition to the town B. and
,..comfortus for public Temple's
that helped so much to Commission, Florida hunters will Dec. 10 to Jan. 8, and a daily with a charter membership of 17. never before asked any I containing 4 acres.
of Starke.
9 bereavement Word will be providedfor office and if elected. I promise : N.
J In season The fully organized
our extension
substantial shooting group tT101'y
be granted a the duties of J. Florence Van Buren of Chat NE corner of Call and Broad !I
our coot dove hunters' from Dec. 18 elected officers, and pledged themselves .to discharge Tt'SES
cannot adequately convey ducks, geese, 01'4
for hunting Sts., the'property
fair and Impar- ham' Oa., to Walter S. way owned by
In W..k
County
and coot office a
this
Ducks,
31. geese "become an asset" to the
Jan.
BenC. to
and Director to !
gratitude but we want each and dove this year, J. J. and Emma Jones Elldnl
tl revealed today.A be taken from one-half hour City and County. All of the members tial manner. Your vote and support Sibley, Starke: the SE 1-. of the (deceased) A

4Ii every one of you to know how Morgan before may sunrise until an hour before belong to the American Mo- will be greatly appreciated.A. SE 1of Sect. 35. Twp. 7 S., formerly known as the Humphrey I. \1\: IItPp1Nye
:
the commission !!
much your thoughtfulness meant) decision made by said sunset under federal regulations. torcycle Association, a national -- B. Baker range 22 E, containing 40 acres Tourist Home sold by guardian II..,.. It by
Iryy
on August 21, Morgan of estate to Seeber M. Denmarkand PI
: 'i to as in our great loss. to the duck, The dove shooting period extends organization and the club has more or leu.I I""d PI\It'\ JOIIII
will\ add seven days John H. Denmark of Jack-
from 12 o'clock noon until sunset applied to the Association for a FOR CITY COUNCIL I I John Wyrick of Bradford Countv. Jon .t Sondra
familiesW.C.T.U. and coot season, and, and Denmark
Lappe open sonville Stephen
The Anderson and
goose R Z.
i in addition will provide 10 extra .charter. TO THE VOTERS OF :THE CITY to E. L. ,Biggs of Starke: the i I Starke. I l'Ot' CALL 11t

1 days for dove hunters. The ad. Under federal regulations, four The new club, named the_ Whispering OF STARKEI NE 1-4 of the NE 1-4 of the NE J jot DIRU1

ditional hunting days were pro- ducks can be bagged In a day. Pines Motorcycle Club hereby announce my candidacy J-4 of sect. 27, Twp. 5 So., range O. T. Burrell of Starke Jacksonville to lime It hy AI T
Silcox of : Commencing
vided by eliminating the commission The goose limit \la one a day. The elected the following\ officers: Roland for the office of City Council. 22 E, containing 10 acres moreor Lacy. 22 ft. 2, in. E of NW cor. \1 (>1'1ItIId"",,
has been set S.
limit less.L. IT'S
ruling that would have closed dally dove bag Stuart president; Marlon :3LiGIC
20 Call St. and
of lot 2 of talk. on
MatLran truth. Mondays and Tuesdays to migratory at 10. Crews, vice-pres.; Mrs. Jerry Stu- of O. Powell'or Bradford Coun- I Hate It by
Donald
:4t4 sir I'm twenty-five years age run So. 41 ft., .thence E 21 ft. 9 Dodr,
;: declared blr fully : crews'j' am a life long resident in., then'c N 41> ft.: to Call St., tonloi
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the U. S. Department Bradford Native the VV 1-2 of the E 1-2 of the SE 1'b' hamI1Iet.
Is set road
that by
memIon captain. the /
N The thr sirrfatett ? :,s City of Starke. I attended thence W 21 ft. 9 in., to P. O. B.I
,,1 of chll.l IIff are 1O.VOK- of Interor. Died Last Monday- The club. has adopted a distinctive Bradford County High School and 1-4 of'the SW 1-4 of Sect. 21 being In said lot 2 of Bile. 20, A TREE:: I c Till

wy't ANCE. V0\'EUTV.: and! ,\LTOIIOL. "Although we were unnucccess- uniform c(:" black and Emory University In Atlanta Ga. Twp. 6 so., range 22 E containing Have It by.
.
'' t. E\ -ry one of them pier ful this,year In our bid with the At Gainesville.Home. white Including a, short billed I'm a veteran of World War n I 10 acres more or less except part I original!. town .of Starke. / Inl
to have Florida's of this land deeded A. F. P. J. K. Douglas of Bradford 3."Ot'
ventable. federal agency black cap. Its regular meeting U serving three tyears In the U. S.Army. by CANT
(Florida" Good Nees) migratory bird season lengthened William Henry Douglas 89( a held each Tuesday at 8 p.m. In >King on May 15th, 1941 to the I County to M. O. Harrell of Brook- DEIt BE

We're the fighting.FIRST,hard harder to 0"1'-1 and the bag limits enlarged, we Gainesville who was a merchant native of and Bradford farmer Stuart's Radiator Shop, locatedon : I feel that I'm qualified and 'r State, Road Department of the er: S 1-2 of SW 1-2 of Sect. 2, lIa" It by v.,1",
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come Tenth Street. Interested
Anyone Dirk
the! SECOND, butpractlcally have found a way to give the County died suddenly at his If elected I will do everything | ,. .., Jar n
to overcome In the motorcycle club Is r r 6.
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nothing to overueme ., hunter: a longer season! ," Morgan Gainesville home early Monday of possible to benefit the majorityof : som:80Dt:
Invited to attend regardless Has
the THIRD. explained. "This was accomplished afternoon. He bad been a resident whether. they own or ride a motorcycle the voters at all times.I WHAT KIND OF RANGE DO YOU WANT e It by Deft

by eliminating the commlsIM of Alachua County for 23 years. will not be partial to any Buddy tUu
IN BRADFORD'COUNTY? '.
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Funeral services were held at ,group person, or faction and t WOOD000
"Our la to be asset .t
H 11_ _..n. Wednesday. In the Mt. purpose an" i shall .endevor to do what I be Bradford County gave Fuller Warren. Have It by Mrt
to the City and County, president K A"
>*>'.
Zion Primitive Baptist Church Stuart said Tuesday "Any lieve.. l IB the honest thing to do. an overwhelming majority of 2,063 to1.45S 8.


I FOR A LIMITED PERIOD near Tyre Lake of Butler.Screven The Ga.Rev, offici-Henry escort service or we patrol can to perform help the as gen-an Your H. A.friend(Buddy) Bishop. Jr, 25.Fuller. in the Second Primary on May TWTUTHHM Have: It by sn HUM Jaoi,.


: ated.Mr. eral public we will gladly do."
Douglas was born May 13. FOR CITY COUNCILI Warren Is a bold advocate: for a cloned 9. MAYI1K: I'U, U,

616 Tires AS CHEAP AS IO.95EXCHANGENatlonally 1888 In Bradford County. His par Recent BirthsBirths hereby announce my candidacy range an adt prate for the fencing of the Have It by Jr{j

ents were the late James and for the office of City Council State's cattle. dun JrnkM]

; Known Product Fully Guaranteed Abbie Cannon Douglas. On Aug- announced at Shadycrest subject to September 14th election. 10. LITTLE WHTHaw
tljjlsi ust 31. 1908, he married Mlaa In announcement I IS THAT WHAT THE COUNTY WANTS T 'It by T
? Used Tires Must Be Usable Hospital this week are: making my
Mary Couison In Lake Butler. C *)', Dick
I[ to
Ave Starke Fla. and In 1923 he moved to Alachua Mr. and Mrs. Vandl Ellis Wll- pledge myself practice econ ,The'question posed here is. What, Kind Hi,
flume 147CONWAY'S- Temple omy in city affairs and cooperateto OTHER
County.He tams of Starke a son, Merrill HTTS RH
Is survived his wife, Hardy, born August 15. the fullest extent for the ben Of Range Do Y-O-U Want In Bradford
by
efit of ALL, STARKE. I will .work IK PF Gogmrnor
SERVICE STATION Mrs Mary (s. Douglas; a daughter Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lee' Hurt to; keep the city abreast with County?
Martha Jane Beck and nt Starke Thomas
Miss ,
avon a ,
son Wayne
W4SIIIVC!' POLISHING!' WAXING times; and do all In my power, if CHECK ONE: BLUE BIRO Of
William Henry Douglas, Jr.; born Aug. 14. I
GREASING ELECTRIC ARC WELDING elected, to get a dollar's :worthof NESS by Art X.
both of Gainesville; CVo brother, :Mr. and Mrs. Donald Harrisof government and service for

Pre! suelzed: Car-WSMhlna; To Remove. Dirt Vacuum Cleaalsig I T. C., of Gainesville and J. E., Maxville, a son Clifford Edward every tax dollar spent. I Open range *. | | COOL HATtH y b

w See Vm For Estimate. of Jacksonville; a half-brother, born Aug. 13. Monrw
of Upholstesy Kipert: Painting Your vote and support will be
j' f. W. Douglas Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. \Maxie Ray Rho. greatly appreciated. Closed range | | KINO SI7E Ptrt

TIKES! TUBES BATTERIES"SOLD ON BUDGET FLAK
Terms As Low As $1.20 Per Week Dundee, Fla.Interment. Janice Iris, born Aug. 14. Keep 'the present systemof JUST \ IJTTLI

was In the Mt. Zion Mr. and Mrs. Robert Naye Alexander FOR CITY COUNCIL letting the County by Eddie ,{
SEE us FOR YQt'R CAR NEEDS Cemetery with Dewitt C. Jones
; Lake
4'i of Butler a daughter -
WALTZ
determine whether OF THE
a i In charge. I hereby announce my candi- .
Yvonne Ilene born Aug. 17 ..
AMOCO GAS and ACCESSORIES dacy for the office of City Council Rome JoleTRNNESSEE
I Mr. and Mrs Ossle Wynn of Open or Closed j f
in the regular City Election of MOO
I BATTERIES $7.95 up EXCHANGE Overstreet PromotedAt Starke, a lon, Tommy Harold, ..
Sept. 14. I have been a resident Cowboy toft.)
'c' born Aug. 2().
TIRES S12.75 and up EXCHANGE Japan Air': Base Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Harris I of Starke for around 25 years Please check ONE tear LORD II0 ME 0.>

Whitley, Jr. of Green Cove and have never held any out, and mail to the Brad Chuck nips
Announcement of the promotionto office. If elected I promise to doj I
Springs, a son, Daniel .Thomas, ford County Telegraph LORD I'M COMING
I' Staff Sergeant of Horace Q. whatever I
can to help
tl born Aug.:19. curtatl\ Starke, Florida. b) Cafabso
F Ft Overstreet, son of Mrs. MollitOvcrsireet Hatcher expense so that City \
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Jr.
of Starke was made not be further increased and reduced ** Deadline Is noon Wednesday, Sept.
of Doctor's Inlet twins daughter
'r recently at Itaml) Air Force Base Patricia stillborn if possible. I wish to take >' 1. No ballots will, be, considered If ALL ON SUE
Lynn, eon, Aug.
by Colonel Preston P. Fender this to thank the
opportunity
17. ,voters postmarked: .later than noon Wed.
/ Commanding Officer of Itaml Air for the nice vote given me DAH
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jackson
Force Base Itaml, Japan. for this office In the City electionof RESULTS WILL BE ANNOUNCEDIN
fowling, Jr., of Starke, a ,son. 5h
Gift
Receiving basic.training at Ft. last and ,
year sincerely' hope
Ernest Jackson NEXT WEEK'S ISSUE
Dowllng, III born ,
; McPhearson Ga, Sargeant Over. < that,I may again have your sup 1 I.'
1a.ki : Aug. 19. >' A THE'.ra.EGRAPH: Phone 63n
OF ,
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t P4 street remained on duty In the port. !
: '
Mr. and Mr ,RueseU Starling \ .
United States until alerted for James A. Lewis
movement to- the Pacific Thea- of Graham, a :'daughter, Sylvia '1
Dlann, born Aug. 20.
v 'er of Operations In November .... .
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1946.

r Arriving In Japan at the.. second Stanley's Ranch ""*! M

K n. I major port. Yokohama on 31 Purchased By Coles '"
t / \ December 1946 Sergeant Over- ENJOY GOOD .MEALS AT 'THE'J.

in taking street was assigned to the Fifth Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cole, from- I I tiI

5 w ".::;; .,Af-, r' Air Force the Occupational Air Detroit Mich., purchased /Stan ;

....\. of Force for Japan and southern ley's Ranch, located 3 miles out I
:t41a "J$v.if: care Korea and subsequently reassigned on the Keystone Highway last I
i to the P. ROBERTS GRILL
: 405th Bomb Squadron
and took
Monday possession thin I
clothes
a .,e Wr'i your at Itaml Air Force Base on week. The purchase was made : .

r the main Japanese home .Inland. for a sum In excess of $30,000. .'

.. of Honshu The site of Stanley's Ranch I ,
+ ACtii .
/1. : .
;I 4 It Is :easer{ to !sate! clothes than to New Sign Business was typical Florida woods when I "WE SERVE TO SERVE AGAIN"
Mr. and \Mrs G. B. Stanley came
buy new So add longer life to
I
ones. from
Opens In StarkeThe Tampa In 1942. When they
your old outfit by bringing; them toO sold their business this week It

r us for..\.. anlng. Our methods are Southern Sign Company Included a resturant 11 cabins,

"v; tented and safe. You'll be proud of a new business specializing In a 5 room house, and a service

your clothes if you will let us renew sign manufacturing for Starke station.

'L their beauty. and vicinity, opened recently at Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Intendto '

r) 128 Court Street across from the remain' In Starke and have tr 'Q M1.' g

+ Courthouse The shop Is owned by moved Into an apartment on
I 1 J. B. Barley who Is formerly Cherry Street.

PHONE 133; from Charlotte N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Cole the new

}, OOBT.GREEN. 315 Mr. Barley said lust week that owners stated that they would '
hH would retain the mme policies as has ,
company glvefc"the highest -
t4 o'p
9tda Temple ) quality of workmanship for governed the Ranch In the past. r}
the lowest "
possible\ cost. In an '
Owner : Ave. effort to bring out-of-town business niKTHS ANNOUNCEDMr i '

to Starke he sniii that out- and Mrs. Leslie Biggs! "an ,.d pe'I i ;Y4 J.

of-town telephone calls Mould be nounce the birth of a daughter 6 ri"'I 1 1r:4 t I t

*i-"tyr accepted free of charge. Leslie Karen In St. Vincent's. : r s C a .
STARKE FLA.
1 .
rM **> ', The new company specializesIn Hospital, Tuesday, August 17.

neon signs and road signs,
both of which are manufactured -

.. on the premises, and In truck lettering Mr and Mrs. E. J. Dowllng Jr.

announce the birth of a son on

Thursday! Auir.. 19. In Shad ycrest lti y.

High School Grads Hospital. Ri-fore her marriageMr j i, d-

v A 1 J/r, rxZ Dowllnu was Miss DorothLouise
Get U. S.
Offer
rTr Navy Brewton of Miami Y"C
; ti j Waldo
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High School graduates car

applv for trade school courses ..rr' r.., r r ..,

as they enlist In the U. S. Navy, \ CONCRETE BLOCKS ,
and the! Navy guarantees entranceinto i

the school of the applicants Ready :Mix Concrete MRS.. JANIE AVERY, MANAGER,

choice. Navy representatives an And A Full Line I
Of
.,
nounced this week. And Her Staff Of Efficient Waitresses

The opportunity to chose one's BUILDING SUPPLIES l _
'
4ba a M a
school in the Navy Is open onlyto .
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the young men holding High ":-s ": ..: .
.
School diplomas. A few of the : .
,
rp. ,
many schools Open' are electron- -
Ics. metal ,,work -- ,
electricity machinery \t, .....
repair radio, and radar.! .,.". ""'- ,
Complete details are available I..: '

p.. A Healthful BUY every Friday when the Navy re- FEATURING REGULAR DINNERS

recruiter Is in the Starke Post-

office between 10 a.m. and 2pm. Dirt washes right off STEAKS SEA FOODSAND


I ? For Young And Old Recent DeedsA walls painted with;

,
_3t Morning, noon and night serve Gustaf'!'ona building permit has been Issued SwmmM.Mru.tMMsSEMILUSTRE GOLDEN SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN
,
In the put week
by the Cityof
fresh invigorating milk. It helps children
1 Starke to S!*>*ivcrrst Hospitalfor
4 grow stronger and keeps adults healthier. a $7.000 addition.

__ Constant scientific care in dairy productionis .

one of the important reasons for the consistent CARD' OF THANKS .WALL FINISH

:: high quality of our milk. Serve It The family of Mn. John Ulowwtah

to your family.today and every day. to express their heartfelt Lovely colors{ / SPECIAL BUSINESS
thanks to their many friends for G.s foe kisciass,. '." MEN'S LUNCHEON _, 75c
COVE SPRINGS 2312 COLLECT ....
TELEPHONE GREEN
.
the floral 1MInerJ.
pieces sympathy shown
4 FOR DELIVERY.GUSTAFSON'S and help rendered during their OPEN; FROM 6 A. M. UNTIL 9 P. M.


-i': DAIRY recent bereavement. ANNISBUILDING ,

CEMETERY WORKING SUPPLIES Inc. a

PHONE 2312 There will be a working at 10M-1IMS
W. Mala St., So.
1 Green Cove Springs. Florida the Ben Sapp Cemetery Septm- MODERN Excellent Foods CLEAN'Ii.

SERVING STA-BKB DAILY ber 6. All those who are Interested GAINESVILLE ,>L -

please come and bring the nee- Phone 211-218
po Box <]
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