Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 18, 1947
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ttill' In Colonel The Bradford ShadeWith BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH i

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Sou think yoU have a tough time whipping the family budget

LM these days. Just stop and think a minute what It must be

[ weal out1 the annual budget for the entire county. Andy Official County Publication Established In 1877

sweat out", I use the term advisedly for that's Just what ,

'.man Board of County Commissioners was doing on a hot \'OLVMXSIXTYlIilSE- h --- sTARKErWj!: DtjcaIu's', JULY III, 1947 NUMBER TI1IKTV-N1NB: [

the courthouse this week. --- --- --- ._
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of Job that most of us take for granted. If
t .- the sort ,

Jtjjjes.j we, think I. where of It possible at all; equalize but It assuredly property Is valuations no easy ,task--to and tojtillcialY Proposed County Budget Hits New City Levies S Percent Tax I

L the many fair and entirely deserved requests for

-1 inevitably arise at the beginning of every fiscal year. High of $120,314.16; Will Mean

alt takes a bit of doing to stretch the county's revenue toP On Utilities In 'Emergency'ayes

requirement of the"various departments of county
expected Increased Tax Levy Unless Trimmed
.:lfnt and the old( Colonel cannot help but wax sympathetic !\

Protests Declining: Revenues Force Council r

To Seek New Source Of Funds

Rt-A ----- Chairman Says I
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the described In IN:1 cmcriT COkesti'. IIHADFOHOrnvvrv.
Ba..DII'ORDn. scription of the property and the to law property
J'\1T vot'RT. C..N.lJaY" names In which It was assessedare such certificate or certificate will FLoumv IN {'IIAN. Faced with declining revenues in every department of t
FLUltlO"1 r as follows: be sold to the highest bidder at the ('ERW.Ruih .
iaintitf. v. Certificate No. 59 Tear of Is. court house door on the first Monday c'ulller. Plaintiff I vs. I.awronca Assessment municipal income the City Council in session here Tuesday ,
Akins In the month of Auirust 1947 alller, Uxfendant. ( flu,, No 1183. I
Akiflu Defondant. uance 1945.De.crlplhn afternoon reported to a I 5 percent utilities tax in order to
.,ytnond ot Property: All the which la the 4th day of August/ hIDER OF PUBLICATION
PUBLICATION S 385 ft of Blk S S of U 2 Ifl that 194?. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR. partially recoup losses and continue the operation of the city I
ioTlCB APPEAR lies E of dirt road Ex 1 lot In NE Dated this June 80. 1947. STATE OF FLOHIDA to Law- )tiring snsslon. last Monday! for
IOP FLORIDA TO to: Louiewhose Cor 148 ft .<1 Temple's Sub-DIv Sec. (OFFICIAL. SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas ence Calllvr who.B residence Is allzatlon of tax assessments, government on an efficient basis.! .
: residence In: Z2, T. 6 S. R 22 B, containing 2 Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford unknown. Describing) the new levy an an "emergency measure", '
Aklna 7-4 4t T-25 Bouril of Comml lon- I
J acres. County, Florida. You are required. to appnar on County
aeorgla.'I"lrect to appear on Name In which assessed: Un UKUHt 11. 1B47, I In Ihu l ii l>ave nnmi'd made one major reduction in L. A. Canova Council chairman, pointed out that the City'a ,
,I'< '" In the above named known. I NOTICE! OF .\l'l'lir\TI >N FOil Court and cause, wherein plaintiff annual income currently shows a $25,000 decline from the
l94; wherein plaintiff All of said property being In the TAx; ItKKOllousp neks divorce. liradford County values submitted by Tax
id '*U' Bradford County In the County of Bradford. Stateof Illll %... 1M":3 Telegraph shall publish this Ordur lessor K. \V. Hayes. Following peak year of 1941-1915& while operating expenses are actually -

I orcr,)tah weekly. pUbJlHh I issues this Order Unless Florida.such certificate or certIficates That NOTICE J. L. I Beverly S HKUEUY I the holder OIVEN of In Witness lIest four my weekly hand issues and official tearing Riven County AttorneyA. higher today than they were then. "It'a just a plain I

_lour hand. and official seat shall. be redeemed according the following certificates has filed soul lit Stark, Flxi-lilii." this July Green who requested 10 fact like two und two make ,
a mY 19, law the property described deed tobe II.I 1047. '
,. Florida, thisIPPI.IOATHVI June In such certificate or certificateswill said iHHuud certificates thereon.for Tho a tax certificate (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J.. ThomasAs cent reduction .In the assessed four" Canova s t a t e d. "'V e've tax on municipally owned utilities t
3. Thoma. ba sold to the highest bidderat of Issuance, the Clark of said, Court. jos of all of his property with-
SEAL) A. umbers and years to have from (lights and
got more water .
IAt. the court houae door on tho first of tha property and the Py Lucille C. Conner n C. money ) City Clerk
Court.Is crlptlon
h of .nlI 1047. Robert II. Duncan,, !?> n i'la HulldlnR, the city of Starke the Boarded Johns staled
C Conner D. C. Monday In month of August ames In which It wan assessed ... some source to continue operating that It would bo Impossible
Oaineavlll. Fla. which Is the 4th day. of AUJu.t19b / afksnnvlllv .'lor..1.It for reduction on the cornhlant's -
are ns : at
DouglaS 4t 8-t various functionsof the time
\1 the present
8-Z0 U '1-11 Certificate No. 241)) Year of Is- ..\ ) fur Plf. Walnut street resilience to
r Pit te'l this ISth day of Juno p47.OFFICIAL iiancn 1942.Description city government," estimate the amount to be derived (
A, J. Thomas. business block located
FOR ( SEAL ) of Property: on a from privately owned
I: OF Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Lot 3 & S i4 of Lot 4 of Blk 2(1( West Call and N. Court The new tax, effective August utilities.
T'.I J ......II'IJ:.... County. Florida. 6-20 4t 7-11 Livingston, Truby & (''?''' Addition. 'v {'IIJ--'r roiitf. nutiipoitn fig I Tuesday's Council meeting at
..... -.... _tRR2 1 Is levied all
ot eleven purchasesof
lion'e GIVEN u that to starke Sno. 28, Twp 0 s' ii. 22 n (-.... ,"'i'T' FI.OUIIH." iiu t- eta, consisting store upon which the new tax was,
t: I" JII'lIEJiY: of the fol- iv rincriT rot'HT. DR Name In which assessed: r.': li::. ( .l.lty.livi'iyii >8. The assessment on the electricity fuel oil, metered or enacted
, Iarl. hi holder. {'Oll c.rltlo! t r' has deed filed to Bald be (..: All of said prop..rtbelillt In the }Cllts. IVfellilillit.:I .. :1'iinNo.. 0781.ireUKH ulrnce was reduced from $8000 bottled gas (natural liquified! ova, I' I* Bridges and W. M. EdWards -
'0; r, tax .ertlflc"te Dorothvtnulse Hudson (loss. County nf Hradford State of Klor- ( OP Pt'ULH'ATION: 10000, and the bualnnsn'' prop- petroleum gas or miinufacturodt, ),
h The tiff, va. Earl Wayne Qoss, ,Defen- Ida ANIt NOTICK; '1'1)I'I'I An Councilmen I). A. Mon-
. JI d nn ,'of Issuance, and theoil dant. Cae No. 57R3onnr.u Unless such certificate or certlflat STATI'J' : <>K F1.OHIHA' I Klmer f from $2 .OOO to $22OOO. telephone service, and, water service telth and Junlu M. Smith were
"h property assosaad, OP PI'BLK-ATION ,... shall bo rt>il.<>i-in,Ml, ,accordlimo ,IC Itts. whose rf>slil-ii, ,", I N unknown ho proposal was acccirdod, one (metered, or bottled),
,. ',, It was ANT: > NOTICE TO APPEAR law the property dmicrlliod In You, are rmiulriMl I to nppear on ubHt'nt. Thu three members present -
f,1I w- of 1u STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr. ,such ertlflcate ir cert If Icnles will iiKiiKt: I I. 1347.! : Ill thiboo' iiiitimdourt y" vote by Chairman 1O.. Mt'1I'rI..t: ColliH-t voted unanimously In favor of
,a; '", 83 Year Earl Wayne loss, whose residencennd bo sold' to the highest bidder at the : nnd cause, whi-rcln" p ItLi n. Tell. CammlsHloners( Crawford Electric and water Service In .
'9 5pt address Is Charleston South court house, door on the first Monday tiff s..,ks divorce lirndfiird County the new source of revenue
.or PropertY: B 53 ft whichIs ll-li I this Orilt-r nn and Chaxtaln voted In favor Starke are municipally owmd, ,
: : NsW CarollnlL. In month of August, 11147.\ Tel"'irr i|>!i din I I i luull>
.C RII' of R 2E R2E A You are required. to appear on the 4th day of AuwuHt, 1947. In next four weekly IHSIH'HWitness the reduction.iommentlng therefore the mtw 5 porcunt tax
r uf Blk 2flof 18 1947, In the above named June ao.I! 47. my hnnd "nil officiali'tul
E ,' inmc to road In Tern-6F Court and cause, wherein plaintiff (OFFICIAL fitted this SElL) A. J. Thomas I lit Starke. Floi,.Id.i. this July Wednesday to the on these two utilities will be added Andrews Faces
.b-,1i\ t4s. 21 and 22 T.. seeks divorce anti restoration nf ClerIc of Circuit Court of 1..lIlltoroi 9. 19fT. mi's action, Assessor. Hayes to the statements sent out by
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nhli'h ntalnlnn assessed nebaner maiden name.shall publish Bradford this County order Telegraph In County Florida. 7.. 4t 7-25 (OKKIOIAL SEAL)Court A. J. Thomas ted a statement to tho Tele- the city monthly, and payable at J
.\.. ClerIc of saul
In the next four weekly Issues. >OTICK OF' "I'I.'e' t'IIIS FORT By l.uclll. ('. (fnniiii" l I' {'. ph.. questioning the falrnesrt. of the city hall. On other utilities.
I said property being of; Flor- Witness. my hand and official \ IJKKIinous : Jo.'. K. Perrvnian, Stai, ,r'I ii,'. Fla. aald not Hold by the city the Holler of Trial August 9 I f
,f 1rdford, State seal nt Starke Florida this Juno lull. %.>. i na: AllY. for Plf. 7-11 4t 8-1 new evaluation. Hayes'
1047. NOTICE I IS HEHEBY OIVEN. t he considered, the Board's ac- the service or commodity must
1 IJ, ertlflcate or eertlflli OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, the holder of the
au : ( That II O. Brown -
collect the tux
at the of
accorillnsr Insult" to him and time
li: '>. redeemed As Clerk of said Court followlnsT certificates has filed said t "a direct On Murder
ih' S? /ertlflcate.described will in By Lucille C. Conner, I>. C. certificates for a tax deed to be irnirrrr roi'irr. lIlt. iFoni ability as Assuror gnu also collecting tho selling price thereof ChargeAn r t.
rtu cat< T. Frank andrum, Stark Fla. thereon. The certificate Pl.Ulllllt, IM t II"'\I. .
te the highest bidder l at theliar Atty. for Plf.I 6.26 4t 7-lt Issued numbers and years of Issuance the (('UI''.:11"NTY. air to the other tax payers.said and, must remit to the city
,,, door on the first Monthe description of the properly, and Lidanil, F. ItoRers. Plaintiff YR.Mlldr"I further that In reducing on or before the 20th day of each
19.7, Alachua
month of August, COt'ltT. the names In which It was assessedare Hogers liefendant. Case calendar month all such taxes County grand
,f August 'N riHCl'IT BHAlJFOIIpCOUNTY. value on Green's home the I
I It the 4th day FLORIDA I:* CIIANCF.IIY. as follows: No. 5788.OHDETl. jury, meeting in Gainesville
Year of Issuance with levied and collected during the f
No. 8 it
Certificate OF PfBLir-ATION rd placed on par many
,d\ this 18th day. of June.TAt. Sarah Lucile White Plaintiff, vs 1D45Dexcrlptlon ANI NOTICi': "'0 APPUAK tea In town that actually are preceding calendar month. Monday July 14, Indicted W.

Ldourt."i. Thomas, Perle A. White Defendant. Case NW of of NEH Property ft EMi:: nf NWVi, STATE whose OF FLOIliriA reshlunce : Is Mildred un worth half- as much. Mr. Sellers of utility service are required Rudolph Andrew. for murderin
.f Florida.Circuit 8-Z0.Bradford.. N0 ORDER 11765. OF PUBLICATIONAND Section. ,15 containing, Township 120 S South.: acres.Range Rogers known.You ., ''e 11 said. ne aid noi .liKe.. ,it., ana. to keep complete record* the first degree tor ,the
APPEAR .n East on
TO to appear
NOTICE required
ORADFOIRU" STATE OF FLORIDA to: Perla A. lame In which assessed: Emplr August are II .1947, \In tinahuve named MUM) Mr. Green Is County At- showing all Hales made in the shotgun slaying; of his I I
itdir rornr.VM. CHAN'Nlrkolas whose address Is unknown. Lumber Company; Court and cause, whurelii plaintiff to city and such records must be brother-in-law Carlylo .
FI.OIU..AI I.N White, required to appear on Certificate. No. 137_ Year of Issuance seeks divorce. Bradford ('ollnty'l'el"Arnph tey that he had. no right j Rltch. t ''t l
Y. Plaintiff. July You 28th.are' I94f, in the above named 1945Description shall publish this Order (. unfair demand* .on .'thld kept open ,."* Inspection! by duly I Circ-fll.sludgy &;*.? rtf Jkltt I 4 ',t
Henry '
7 Agnes Henry-Defendant.Ki Court and cause and wherein custody plaintiff and- Lot 11: Indian of Property Beach: Unit Nn. 2. In Witness next four my weekly head Issues.and officialmal "and further stated". that authorized *. agents of the City' !set' 'th&' time' for trtat at 10. a
divorce terms
,. 6737. PUF1LICATION control seeks of minor child. Bradford !Section 13 Township 8 South. Rang nt 8tarke, Flurlda, this July other tax payers should d.Id .- Anyone willfully violating I u, m., Tuesday, .July 20. '.
f) H 01' shall publish this' 22 East of the new ordinance Is subject to ( ,
Telegraph 10. 1947.OFFICIAL of Commission .
APPEARTK \I. the County
f D NOTlrR TO County issues which assessed': John Andrews was arraigned Immediately ,
OP FLORIDA> to: Mary Order In next four weekly Same In ( SEAL A. J. Thomas their values In a fine of not, more than f 300 Vr'
officialseal to lower hilt
and ROil. pro- indictment anil
residence and Witness my hand In the As Clerk of said Court. : entered ,
Henry Oakland Starke. Florida this JunOFFICIAL All\ of said property being C. Conner, D. C. rescind 'their action of Imprisonment for not more trlun
at Lucille lion
1> I iI'7 Rich Street County of Bradford State of Flor HV tlruell Cove $ or a plea of not guilty by rav

itt'ac .ulrnl to appear on ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas "unless' such certificate or certlflcates $lOvers irings" .*Fin.Attyat. Anderson. \ Monday, 60 days. son of Insanity at the time of t \

'. 1947 In the above named As Clerk of said 209 Court.Law Exchange shall be redeemed acconlln for Plf. 7-11 4t 8-1 allowing the procedure giving
wt II CM re*' wherein Bradford plarntlrf County :t.BuildIng C Durrance., Jarksonvllle Fla 4t .,.18 to law certificate the property or certificates described willIe I In ten opportunity for a "double. In discussing the'! necemlty for Judge Adklns gave Andrews'

.lit hal'!' publish this Order Atty. for Plf. 8-27 such sold to the highest bidder al.. IV C.IIIC--IT COI'IIT, IIII ">KOHI" > :k" on property evaluations, the new tax levy which Is model attorneys. until Wednesday morning -

\\I"'tut>nj weekly hand l Issues.and official mtrt'iT'COVHT.. Jill .FOIID Ihe court In house month door of August on the Uf7.rirMonday COl-NTV' F'...""'''. IN S Pit'\ Board named Monday August pd on a similar ordinance used by: to file a bill ft particulars ,
i-v '
lurk. Florida. this June CO! M'I'V. F..u.nlJ.I1 {'IIAN- which Is the 4th clay of August, Elsie I( .:11"Knox. Plaintiff' vs riny t.i the date for "hearing. on the City of Clalnesvllln. Chairman setting; up the nature of the insanity .

: I <1'\: I.) A. J. Thomas! (''""VOoldoJ.. Morrison. Plaintiff' v. 1947.lititaud this Sri' day of July' 1947, Knux, l Hfendtint PUBL.ICATIOMAND ('lice N;.. B71IO.DltDEIl plaints, or receiving testlty Cnnova pointed out that revenue and, Riving witnesses, by I

k aid rourt. Alice L. Morrison, Defendant. Case (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, NOTICK OP ".1) A..mAIt of owners of real estate or from the City Light A Water whom they expect to prove It.

Ik lilt Landrtim. Conner Stark r>. C.Fla.r No. 117114.OllfER. OF PUBLICATIONA Clerk of Circuit. Court "f.74t l1rarlf"r.1-2NItllKK. -.' T"TT': t>K pr.. )IllHA. to: Hoy. tonal property regarding aaw.". Plant! for the 9-month period, Prior to the arraignment.: one l
Pit 8-20 4t 711iciir NOTICE TO APPEAR Allen County Knox...,. whosB are ruiiir residence.
( (' "IIT. ORADFORD 'STATE OF whose FLORIDA residence to: .is:. i. r"O".A "1'10''I'll Ii c Oil'try,'IIFo lo1' :it tVofllIe' August; t M-\9.171"; the .above named. and accepted by the Board." $77,124.03, all compared 1 with Oreen became 111 und< after treat-

' rv. FI.OUID.IN CISAN- L. MorrisoChapman Street n, Charlestown. Mass-. KI.OIIID ..II I seek'clii rt S and ii I vores.en, use, Urnilfonl whpreln t plaintiff dimityrlvKraph public hearing of last Mon $(PH.227.78 during the 9-month munt was brought buck ti"> his

f. achu.etta. Notice Is hereby given to shall publish this Uldeliifxt that authorized. to bule hoinn In Starke. H. A. Lex
Vn on. plaintiff vs. Doro- are required. toholvpep''n1a"m2d electors of the Cltv of Htark.rira.lford .. ISSIIHS.Witness was period from Oct. 1, 1944 to July ( )
you Weekly
II\ Wilson Defendant. Case July 28. Uf7, In the plaintiff County, Fl rldn.ccii' that..J; In four my hand and official. prior to the Board's ap- 1. 19 IV-a decline of $19.103.73: Qreen Starke attorney and former -

.R.DUR OP PUBLICATION CDurt seeks. dlvor..e.and cause I"rndforll wherein CountY AS lal MAYOH I.l...ctlon! do to bo herihV held. In the" "City seal nt?. Stiirhu, Klurlilu, this Jut> 'al of aawssmcnta.iccial Similarly, bonds and fines collected congressman i U also representing -
> NOTl"t3 TO APPEAR 'I'eograp,1: stnll. publish\ ibis Order Mall polling' place. StarkeFl.rl : III.OFKH'l/Vl SEAL) A. J. Thomas. show marked di Andrews In addition, to t
Dorothy II a "crense
"E: OF FLORIDA to Is: ;'in ',ext toO.' ** hnnd""a1nd' official. : : id ln. eon Tii-srtay. August I:011 An <'l.ri! of sitlil, Court. Zttch Douglas,. of GaInesville
residence of :
MUon, whose the hours with (2.873.00 realized from thl ,
'no "y 1947. between I.ncllla C runner. 1>. C. "
Hy Election
Trig1S Richardson this JunePEAL this In pursuant Andrews has been. In the custody
Florida -
seal at Slorke, A. M. and T. I-'rank I.nndruni, Starke, Fla. source during the 0-month pf't'lnr''
Artesla New Mexico 26th. 1947.OFP'iCIaI.. to resolution adopted hv the fro Plf 7-11 It 8-1 of Aluchua/ County Sheriff
arc ,-. quired'to appear on ) A. J. Thomas. City Council of Stark. Florida on Atty. since last Oct. 1. while n total of
'. In the above named ( "ollrt. of this Kruil llolloninii since June U,
1947 of said Th purpose
Cl..k I, 1947. ..
Aa July $6.18900 Into the
wherein plaintiff Gaineavllle, Via.Atty. ratitiration poured e'ity'iriffet's
and cause H. Douglas Kectlon tJo to determine Issue when the shooting occurred
Each un
divorce. Bradford County for Plf 8.27 4t 1-18 of Special Act paue.I by the IN rinrriT ('OS'S?. .A..FO..D Quiet from bonds, and fines, in .
iph shall publish thiS Orderfour Florida LegIslature, In May 1947? rouvrv., PLOHIOA. IN, CIIAN- JO-1l.4:5.: Santa Fe Lake near EarItipil.Itoiluman's >

t,if.. weekly wind issues.and official OF APPLICATION: FOil which provides Chief for of the police abolition of the"f CharV";1':1111'' Plaintiff vs. Investigation revealed .
.iiy NOtICE of H. Culpi-pper
the office It tie Interest at leant on the The City's tll" roll has 1oln.>'
Siarke' Florida, this June TAX filEt' ) nf Starke Florida. June Hpann <'ulp"|tp r, liefemlant"oV that AnilrawM had reputedly
''I. ......e .11.. !II... '''RINOTH'J : GIVEN City L'ndr the authority vested I In, t.'ase, N... ace has been manifested in the general downward' trend cii fother ''eson abusing; hU child before his
J.: Thomas, HEREBY an !
1AI. 'F5A1) A. 35 Inspectors PUUWCATIONAN'
; .
: deslitnata as .t 'EI
ho"Iernf I to be held In
the me election receipts' since the "bonmIavlt"
rk ,if ald Court. That F. M. Packham hastiloI Clerk : : NOTICE TO APPEAR wife took this boy across] the road
.. Anderson, Green C 0 v. liii. following certificates taX deed the | F. Dnmorest. Inspector STATE: OP t-'UOKIDA to: Jnni-. City: hall on Tuesday' Augustr of 'limp Rlandlnar. The to the Ultch house Witnesses I

I. Flu e-n 4t 1-18 .h' eficate said.issuen certificates cnr"-f"r a The certltD I.lIuan .- i'F 5'T.. (S.I. Hemlnwway Williams, Inspector Inspector Hpann: SJIS C..lp..pp Merameo, Street whose "HI'rslilnoIs .l.oul. ) tin purpose of deciding 104.1! !1 roll\ WAil, $21,094 (If I. while told the Bin-riff that Hitch tried i

ITT FI.OHinA I1* CHA1Hinr numbers and years of -- HB Sparks. Clerk :Mlssuurl. ;Jier .or nut the office of chief the I'm mil total '10./1 10.12. to quiet Andrnws verbally but
the property
cotwr. BRADFoiin ,',.. the description of It was n"a. A. nsnnw.. n ire requIre.<: to vppear on )ollc.. of the City of 8taik Or"urntlnnnl.lIcpn". for the 0montli -
Y. land the names In Mayor of the Clty"of"aVarke, FlaATTESTED. August 11. 1941. In the above enmed had said only it few wor '.lIu.",. Plaintiff vs. Frances : causa, whj-ln plaintiff be abol l.ihcd.: ; period since lust" O"toner 1
.H..eMoed trNoVA0l110W'T.arof Issuance : Court : i : li I. Was shot. The single load of ,
5733. SEAL)
t t> 'ndant. Case No. ,, Carl Johns. City Clerk. I sac'. llvorce.. Bradfo-d .vunty M present Chief of ..Police A.Ivan tntnl. *'V130flO n* eimipnr"' withSA.1l2nQ
DEn 'Ph' PUBLICATION 1943.Description 5t 8-1 Telellral'< ,nail publish this' :-,!erIn hut struck Hitch in the abdomen
n NOTICE TO APPEAR of "Ks;: Sec. 20. 7.4 next four. weekly ,Issues. :;, will retire on pension collected I bv the city inul h,' Uleil 12 hours tutor In the
TE OP FLORIDA to: N% of SE'A of ZO iv rinrriT roi'RT. Witness my hand and official' live Sept. 30. and members from this source In I in II 1-"'I
I residence E., IX (5545.4iIIt [ Alacliuu. Hospital
Collums, whose Twp. US. n. 22 C.OI..V. PI.OHIHAI' seal at Htark. Florida this July Cnunty
Mr#... Is Houlka, Mississippi Aores. V. E. Y. in 1947. 'w City Council in advocating !Moit Il".n,'. Tn" l'reeAnother

i I are I required to above appear namednil on Name In which assessed: ,'t"K'rI7b't: Plaintiff. Case vs. Mary No. (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas Hhlng th. officer have stated factor contributing f"
1117. In the said Court. I'
Larson' of Issuance As Clerk of
-aus, wherein plaintiff Certificate No. 135 Year 57.n, I' Hr L.UHII C. Conner, I>. C. It would nave the city urnUm! the r-ity's. hsrd-nressofl. flnnnein*

'ph divorce.shall publish Bradford this County Order Description 1943.of PropertY: p..ek'a ORDER NOTICE OP PUBLICATION1in TO APPEAR ,: Clark William Hldir.n. Morgan Jacksonville, Fifth. Fla.Floor f '10 per year They brlleve that condition. Itll erplnlned. by (1evie'rk Sade;! To{) Head

;t four weekly Issues. ItaJkeNTwp.. S STATE OP. FLORIDA t-: Mary l IsWllksboro. : Atty. for Plf. 7-11 I 41 8.1 >ollre department can bit op- ( Carl Johns I in th. nf'nlv, '
"5 -m\ hand and official seal Ad'dllron'-to' ...rIIlY. Whose resld.nce without
18 Nell e'arnll. xl just as efficiently drift of property from the a'IIf"tax ( -
irks this June North
Florida .
SfaJn.ZnEwh.ch; ? assessed: E. K. You. are required. to appear namp.I on ph sAlaried< "('hl"," find th.' rnl) to the hnmesteml exemption Scout Fund Drive \

r'A1' !SEAL Clerk) A.of said J. Thomas.As Court. Perryman: No. 138 Year of I.Utfhhnwp.mt.Tdlvagainst .- August. and R. 1941.cause In. wherein the above plaintiff CEMF.TEKVORKINO: .tlvi- jjl'in '11 for the Ciiuni'll clnsslflantlon ICverv! time s

ieui C Conner. I>. C. CertifIcates 1943.DescriptIon Court seeks ,dlvOr. NradCDr" County line siime>inn with, authority, home I.. bought for owner-ocru-

'(p-jy"Iram', 8tJ2"i Fla.4t 7-11 .uanc" ot of NW14 propertY of NJI\4 I cx W Telegraph four shall weekly! publish\i.su5.this Order A cemetery working will be held M' on itS Instruction to memo I pnncv It goes/ off the tax roll and Bradford County's bel)ltd 10.17joy
N 820 ft 8. R. U E.. in neSt ani offl'ilsl the New River Baptist Churchall ,t the force and tu sec
ft, R..e. 83. TwP 6 hsn4: JulyOFVlClAL at ( police tint stesdy increase of city proi! Scout, Drive was under way
t85 'starkel I
KB OP APPLICATION: FOR 18 Acrea. r a' Florida Thursday July 17. Din carried! out.Originally I
'rnEED containing/ assessed. : R. D. AP. seat day they are ertv claiming homestead at last this week. Originally
Hnn'e Hill No. l : Name \V.II"In which 9 '; SEAL) A. J. Thomas. ner will be served on the grounds, drawn by the linn In reflected In the .."xemp-I '
IOIVEN. A. In theCounty < scheduled for last February the .
.TICE 13 HEREBY: .All or said, property being of FIDr- A* Clerk of said. 5ur'J C. and all Interested persons are invited ell the special act panned at f figures. : :
R of the Slate Conner. for lack of .
; Cooper' the bolder of Bradford, By Lucille C. drive was held up a
ft" ].rtif|""ites has flleil said ( latarke Flit.Ally. but legIslative session called Viltie homesteads 1013-: -$ \
'''at.. for a tax deed to b* Is- ida.Ifniess such certlflral" according or certi- U. :' fop i. 7-1 4t 1.1 trmlnatlon of the office with-I Value homesteads, 1944 $ chairman for several months.

'>na hoe Years r: The of Issuance certificate, the num-de- ficates hall be redeemed 'aa feferen'lum. However. Rep. Value, homnstoarlH' 194V Cli'l: .. .'>0homesteadu With the recent acceptance ofthe

Walnwrlght Jr., tated that Value 1944 I7S1.HV! ) chairmanship by T. K. Blade,

.. -- -. -- --...,-- no wan unwilling t<) pass themeasure I| Bausch on the present IVmlll tax th"' drive was started this week
_._" -..7a-'*" -
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by I y. efl and Mr. C. Ing mare( Interest In the National through the House with- levy, homesteads (Ilf not exempt' ) and Mr. 8liid announced* the following -
disturbance Mr.
a month from allowing L. A.Onvls .
Jrn: creating out a referendum clause Initial c/intrlbntlons:
between the would be paying around 111.MX)
Guard among men
: ''Ii when!) there's nothing to laugh about." I I Letsch for $ .OOO. It Is at the i 17 and 35. the voters to express. their wishes I I annually Into the city treasury," $ i0; T If Blade, (50; 9:. U
I''II 'av )thinking, this broke Justice down Into simply do- southeast corner of the Intersection I ages In the matter.If I I I Mr. Johns stated. "Although Matthews '23; Robert. a. Green, '

I' f or'ollldn'a reason Taking this vicious trend a few step farther. of Call and Cherry streeU approved In the special" election -I I property! under this classification 12 5. :
something .'mP"- -Infant' Pollard here August 5. the measure solicitations will bemade .
speak on the street unless he had and has 78 feet fronting on Call pay no taxes the City must provide Further
eliminate the weather as will go Into effect October 1. It with the expensive servicesof In the next few days by the \

f:: Obviously, this would Just about of ". get throughu street. I Dottie Sue pollard. Infant daughter fire protection police protection following workers: A, J. Thomas. \

P "nversatlon, and how would 99 percent "U It hot enough The lease setting forth a rental of }(r. and Mrs. J. T. Pollard To Furniture Mart garbage. collection etc." K. O.: Duncan Guy Andrews. K. I

unless' we could banally ask each other Call Street you'd Jolly lot $200 per month runs from Oct. of Starke. died Thursday In the I Keplwr* Garbage Pee L. Matthews Kirward! Burns, A. B.Baker. .

'Ody And If you dared to laugh on the local police 1. 1947 to Sept. 30. 1931 with theprivilege Shadycrest Hospital funeral services 8. O. Denmark of the Denmark I The new utilities tax, which wan I W. U. Sewell. Ed Dahmer ,

,," '..v, a good Joke with which! to pacify of renewal. Furniture Co., will leave Sundayfor decided upon by the City as being. Joa Wilson W. If. Hart Slob Kite, .
be held morning
I YOu might find yourself a guest of the city. sloatly'l P location Is will Friday I the Southern Furniture Marketat more practical and easier to administer ami Alex: Robbins I "
** '" of jUstice. ground The present A at 11 o'clock! i In the Dyal Cemetery -
'My for all of ns. the wheel hero.of the street from the Hlghpolnt. N. C. He expectsto ., than the earlier suggest Chairman Blade hopes that the

1 *".k..*. and the fl_ Wall restored tfl our toughing"Jh cornP Just across quarters In a buUd-i with P.. J. Gome.officiating.DeWItt be gone about a week, and will ed garbage collection fee would county's quota, to till* Important t

relief the Colonel return to hi. shade tree. proposed owned new by C. H. I C. Jon. Is In charge of! purchaser, furniture' for the 'store bring, the City around $433 per work will be reached. In the next ;I 1.

b the knowledge that to the highly-touted four ,ref'domaadJl"I mg dtarke wholesale Naaworthy'l arrangements. here. month '( "'.000 annually) from the few days.

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-din'-- --- In Colonel The Bradford ShadeWith BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH i

think you have a tough time whipping the family budget

1 the e days Just slop and think a minute what It must be

p.weal out" the annual budget for the entire county. And Official County Publication Established In 1877

weat out", I \use .the term advisedly for that's just what
Board of County Commissioners was doing on a hot' -- n .

.day, "> the courthouse this week n __ __ __n_ __ __ _ __ n_- __ ___

the sort of Job that most of us take for granted If,

rda think is of it at all; but It assuredly la no easy task--to
Proposed Hits New
taxes we where possible equalize property valuations and to County Budget City Levies 5 Percent Tax J

the maify fair and entirely deserved requests' for

r>,at judicially inevitably arise at the beginning of every fiscal year. High of $120,31416; Will' Mean '

\ It takes a bit of doing to stretch the county's revenue to On Utilities In Emergency'Hayes

expected requirements of the'various departments of county)

cent:e and the old Colonel cannot help but wax sympathetic Increased Tax Levy Unless TrimmedReflecting

"e five men, In a stuffy room on a hot July afternoon.
Declining Revenues Force Council
I l4a somewhat belated tribute to the oft-haraHHed, 25 overall increase in ProtestsCut :
? HIT a percent operating expenses -
ourteidi-i and Judicious members of the Board who must the proposed 1917-48 county budget as tentatively To Seek New Source Of Funds

,legations mull over records, figure out ways and means drawn up by the Board of County Commissioners in session' I Chairman Says r I

to the county's business In smooth operation during thee here Monday, would necessitate an estimated 50 percent In Green'sTax I

month ahead and stay In a good humor despite the crease in tax millage (from the present 10.75 mills! to in-I Faced with declining revenues in every department of

t niercury..nt 15 mills) if finally adopted by the Board in its present form. Assessment municipal income, the City Council, in session here Tuesday
Setting forth an overall total of J120.314.16. an Increase of $22- t I
afternoon, reported to a 5 percent utilities tax in order to
.. always lumbago that makes the Colonel realize his adage 487.18 over last year's $97,821.00. the new temporary budget shows
partially recoup losses and continue the operation of the city ,
Sometimes It', memories marked increases In almost every department of county government. During ""liS Ion last Monday for ( government on an efficient basis. .

doesn't seem so long ago that Judge Ferryman's lawn ran The steadily rising cost of operating during the war and post-war equalization of tax assessments, Describing the new levy as an "emergency measure", k kL.
years Is shown by a comparison of totals as follows: 1912, $58.83700: ; the County Board of Commlsnlon-
"wn. to Call Street and all the local small fry grown up and A. Canova. Council chairman, pointed out that the City'sannual
era made major reduction in
now used to gather there for the evening games of 1943. $83,380.00; 1944, $$67.384; 1945 $7 ,207.00; 1946 $97,827.00; one income shows 1
tiered the values submitted by Tax currently a $25,000 decline from the .
or baseball depending on the season. Frequently the ballsoff 1947 *J20.314.16. Aaseaaor E \V. Hayes Followinga peak year of 1944-1915. while operating expenses are actually -

the tin sides of the little insurance office that was Road and Bridge Fund Increased hearing given County Attorney : !higher today than they were then. "It's just a plain I
Most marked Increase In one department Is shown In the ,
ated on the corner. any R A. Green, who requested, 10 tact like two ann two makerfour -

day when business was slack Call Street was cleared ((110 Road and Bridge Maintenance Fund where the proposed total Is per cent reduction .In the assessed ," Canova stated. "We've tax on municipally owned. utilities b i t :
$ 2,500. Increase of $10. 00 over last year's $12,000. Largest
values of all of hln within
sk In those times)) so that a dare devil driver could do his property got to have more money from (lights and water), City Clerk '
boosts under this division estimated salaries of road maintenance
were [ the city of Starke. the Board
Frequently the streets were roped off at night for political some source to continue operating Johns Minted that it would be Im-
crews from $I ,OOO to $19,000, and in the purchase of new voted for reduction on the complainant's possible at the
the various functionsof present to
There non-continuous movie
and street dances. was) only one
equipment from $6,000 to $9,300. i Walnut street resilience, estimate the amount to be derived I
townsfolk relied one another for entertaln- city government.
days, so the on i and on a business' block located
New proposed expenditures contributing to the general overall from privately owned utilities.
It worked out rather well too and residents of the county of in- along West Call and[ N. Court The new tax effective August Tuesday's
budget increase Include a $2,000 Item for the hospitalization Council meeting at
another and a friendly atmosphere prevailed.ke streets consisting of eleven store 1, levied upon all J purchases.
know one which the
dlgnts; $1, OO for a home demonstration agent's salary; $400 for new tax was enacted,
of fuel OIl metered
sites The assessment the electricity or
has grown since then and people had to grow with It. demonstrative and illustrative materials; $1,000 for library building on bottled was attended by Councilmen Can- I
resilience was reduced from $8000to gas (natural/ liquified
has reflected the shifting and passing of the world but rata share of the I ova P. L. Bridges and W. M. Ed-
-eet fund; and $150 representing Bradford County's pro $5000, and the business property I petroleum gas or manufactured),
one thing that has never changed and which forced the old cost of Increasing the salaries of two circuit Judges, In the 8th Judicial from $2 ,OOO to 22000. telephonic service and water service wards t"ltlan.1 Councilmen Junlus 1>. A Mon-

tc, do all this reminiscing. That unchanged item is the Call; Circuit from $7,500 to $9,000 per year (enacted at the last session Thu proposal was accorded one ( metered[ or bottled). abxcnt. The three M.members Smith pres-were

allroaJ crossing. of the State Legislature). "nay" vote by Chairman M O l>4'II'r11I..t: (.I1..t ent voted unanimously In favor of

lough railroad crews frequently re-work it, presumably Inapt The Commissioners will meet Monday August 4, at 10 a. m. Harrell. Commlsxlonors Crawford Electric and[ water Service In the new source of revenue. -

-: to smooth it out, I say It hasn't changed because It .ntlll to adopt the permanent budget. I Wynn and Chaxtaln voted In favorof Starke are municipally (owned,

just about: the roughest spot In this part of the state. From Following are the minutes of Monday's meeting pertaining to the reduction. therefore the new 5 percent tax
Commenting Wednesday to the on these two utilities will bo uild-
of the Model T right on through the streamlined age. It has the adoption of the temporary budget: Board's action Assessor Iluyes ed to the statements sent nut by Andrews Faces '

ulcd to provide the unwary motorist with a sensation like The Board then took up the matter of making an estimate of Issued a statement to the Telegraph the city monthly and payahlu. at f

riding on an egg b
In :one w.th: the rumble of the tracks. No matter how you 1947 to and including September 30. 1948 and having considered the the new evaluation. Hayes said' not said by the city the seller of August 9'

r Jaw and try to hit It Just right the effect is always the receipts estimated by the Clerk and having given full consideration that he considered the Board! action the service or commodity muni

of the needs and necessities of the County and the requirements for "a direct Insult" to him and oollect the tux, at the time of On Murder

imetlme I wonder If the real purpose behind Its perpetualnew the fiscal year have determined and do hereby declare the followingto hU. ability as Assessor and ales collecting tho selling price thereof Charge t

U to make the practice of slowing down for, the Call be the estimated expenses and all special and extraordinary expenses unfair to the other tax payers. and must remit to the cityon
for the from advalorem taxation and estimated He said further that In reducing, or before the 20th day of each An Alachua
crossing not only advisable, but also absolutely necessary. contemplated year calendAr month all such taXeR County grand of
I Green's home the
the value on r
other which will be available: jury i
receipts from sources meeting in Gainesville
Board placed It on par with many levied and collected during the
Starke Florida! GENERAL FUND Monday. July 14, Indicted W.
preceding calendar month
that are
homes In town, actually
July 14, 1947 Salaries County Commissioners ___.__________________ $3,000.00 not worth half as much Mr. Sellers of utility service are required Rudolph Andrews for murder :

01 I. Bradford: Salary Clerk Circuit Court ________________________--- 1,30000 Hayes said hit did not like It, and to keep complete records in the first degree forthe t.

an Interested reader of your column I heartily agree with''the Supervisor of Registration ____-----------------;-j;--- :300.00 bccauiHi Mr Green Is County Attorney showing all wiles made In the shotgun slaying of his I

article by "a Housewife" who bemoans the terrible work Ol Sheriff Attendance on County Commissioners :---__,----?, 5200 that he had no right to city and such records must bit brother-jn-law, Carlyle Rltch. h I 1 i ii,1
condition < a.-.. 2300 demandson; ,'th kept open"t0l' Inspection by duly Circt Judjt AJ'r.Jklrnr 'I' ,
bage collectors..._might also add the general o Attorney; _COtUtJr..Comml..lone .. -.fl. . Pfta, even though understand that one,of ourlty: count Commission A Fees County: Assesribr Taxes ________.-_ 3,600.00 Board, tad further stat..d' that authorized agents of the City rset 'the'' tlme for treat at 10. ,e

being paid $10000 a month extra just to see that this work Commission and Fees County Tax'Collector ___________ 3,600.00 the other tax payers should de Anyone willfully violating Is terms ti a, m.p Tuesday July 29. '" r :

-sly done. What la the trouble Isn't It about time that the Maintenance and Repairs County Court House __________ 3,000.00 mand'of the County Commission of the new of ordinance than subjnct$((501) Vr Andrews was arraigned Immediately I
wakes up? janitor ________________________________________________ 1,800.00 ers to lower their values! In pro a notj for not more than after his indictment !and! entered : t

Sincerely yours, Lights, Fuel and Water ________________________________ 1,20000 portion, or rescind their action of 60 Imprisonment a plea of not guilty by reason .
.. days. 1
Another housewife.ry Insurance -__ _________j.___________ ____-______________ 2,000.00 last Monday. of Insanity at the time of I

Incidentals ______-____________________________________ 2,000.00 Following the procedure giving 'Ity Uo\' -niie Off oommitlng tho offense

now and then the Colonel bestirs himself from his favorite Expense of -Elections ____________________:_____________ 1,500.00Legal citizens opportunity for a "doublecheck" In llscunslnfr the necenxlty for Judge Adkins gave Andrews'
on property evaluations, the new tax levy, which Is modeled attorneys until Wednesday morning *
feel of ________________________ 300.00
and office Just to get the Advertising and Expenses ,
drops In at the Telegraph the Board named Monday, August on a similar ordinance used by to fill a bill of particulars
___ _______ ___ 2.BOOOO i
around a newspaper shop. More than once during my visits Administrative! Supplies and Expenses' 4, as the date for "hearing on the City of Dalnenvllln. Clinlrmnn setting up the nature of the Insanity 1

\e heard some good lady, or gentleman (as the case may be) indexing ___u__ ______________________________________ 300.00 complaints, or receiving testimony Canova pointed out that revenue and giving witnesses. by ,

and say, "Why did you stop my paper when the tlmo ran Court House Furniture and Fixtures ______________._____ 1,000.00 of owners of real estate or from the City Light A Water whom they expect to provo !It.

u might have known I'd come by and pay up sooner or later." Fees and Costs Clerk Circuit Court _______________-_____ 800.00 personal property regarding aiwvs- Plant for the 9-month period, Prior to the arraignment I

"m hearing that question answered no often I prrtty well Maintenance County Jail _________________-------------- 600.00 sed values fixed on the 1947 tax Oct 1, 1946 to July 1, lOn total. of Andrnws' attorneys, Floyd

the! reply and thought It might lx of Interest to other. of jouui.v Inquests ( Cor.) _____________________________________ 300.00 roll and accepted by the Board." e.1 S77,124.03, as compared) with Green became III and< after treat-

stopped at ______________________________________ 200.00 The public hearing of last Monday Stlfl.227.78 during the 8-month went was brought buck to his
me. haw been mildly Irked by having! your paper Insanity Welfare Inquires ______________________________________ 3,40000 was that! authorized to bo period from Oct. 1, 11144 to July home In. Htarke. R. A (Leg)

or another. General Health Unit ____________________ 3,20000 made. prior to the Board's approval I, 1913- decline of $19.1(1173( : Green, Stsrke attorney and former L
It ire like this When Telegraph finally quits coming! Operation of a County of asw-HSments. Similarly, bonds and fines", collected congressman U. also. representing .
: your Public Improvements ____________________ 3GOO.OO .
not Publicity and Andrews In addition to
several weeks after Its actual expiration date) It does of Commerce _________________ $1,100.00lthrery show a marked decrease .
lat anyone doubts your honesty your willingness or ability to (rhamb RulUlln Fund _____ _-______----- 1,0Ue.eu:: :: ElectionIs with l.R13.90: realized! from thU Zach Douglas of Gainesville.Andrews t
has been In the
r your desire to continue receiving the paper.. It is simply a Town of Ht .Uiwtoy rk _--------r----_ ____ -- -------_-__u--__f_ .Jinn' Special source ,during I the 9-month 1'.1011"Ince custody -
lees forth __________ _____-___ saaaoHmilli while of County Sheriff p
"f f routine-nothing more or KIBrk un lust Oct 1. a total of
necessary bookkeeping __ ___ )
______ u Sin Fred[ Jlollomnn since June 14,
n' office force tells me that the Telegraph now sends out a Town'I'own of ut Hamilton hooker __n__ __u__n. -"__un_ .00 IssueLittle til.189.00 poured Into the city' when thy shooting occurred on
',tal rf five notices-two of them containing selfri'tuin Amount Payable under Chapter 2IOCI Quiet rnffrn. from bonds/ an expiration Santa
_____________ 450.00 near Rurlton.llolloman's )
all 1947 ___ _____ -- ------- 191145.
F I I of -
envelopes, which do not even require postage (No. 450) I Investigation r.veale -

'.> : .u
__________________________ 2.28700 to held In .
i w'ul.be. Impossible for the front office to cons'der TOTAL __ ------- the special election be other. receipts' since the "b' mdnv wife took the boy across the roadto "

Individual pondering over the name on (Continued to Page 8) the city hall on Tuesday, August of Cnmp R! n is
an case old Ter- :3, for the purpose of deciding 19IT roll wn $21.901 (00. while told the Sheriff that flitch tried I
.1 I ''i iking such mental not aa I whether or not the office of chief: the Itta! roll total/ $10.111012.\ to Andrews but
Mint Harkness
i 'I up yet, but he won't want his paper stopped. I 'Lt. Col. of police of the City of touk" O..ruplltlona.II"f'nA"! for the fl>- had said only u. few words before :
him To Build I
.1 i the family, or comething. G-ies4 we'll give Green 'Addresses Rotary will! be abolished. month period since lust October 1 he was shot. The jingle load of t

.' .v-eeks to come In and renew" Or perhaps something I Thi present Chirf of Police A total HV13O5O/ 8" rnmpnrxl with, shut struck Ultch !In the abdomen .

: '. like: :Mrs.: Funkhouser must have forgotten us thl- I StoreA I Lt. Col.! R. B Harkness, com- I L. Alvarez will retire on pension $" .112' :M ollncte hv the city mil, he d<*>! 12 hours later In the

\' .im't like it If we stop her paper after only flv- I New A&P | manlier of 2ml Bn, 124th Infantry lVctive( Kept 80 and members from this ,source 'In 11111."" AI,u-luau County Hospital.Sladc .

:..c.rt better set her card up In a special fie and send::! Florida Notional Guard. and of the CIty Council( In advocating :Mont II'i'ne. Tim "'1" '" ,

i J" I for the local A & :: abolishing the officer have stated ATOth' factor contributing fn I i'
i more. new home :lrn f. H. C Wall, of the Adjutant '
and! that It would lIve the city around) the ('Ity'Y. hllrt1-"r.,1| financial' .
'' '"'rs, the old Colonel asfreea\ that such nerional, I p Stor.humeJ" in prospect this ," General's! Dept were guest I, $2.000 pr. year They believe that I condition 8" ernlnlneil bv fjfvf"l | To Head

.' t ntlon would be Ideal; and incidentally, just the sort week with the recent recording speakers at the Rotary Club Wednesday tho police department can be operated -rk Carl Johns In the *tml>-
IfI ,
;'. graph\ would lake! to render[ its loyal subscribers of a lease between R. A. (ll..exl'' outlin'ng:: requirements of Just as efficiently withouta drift of property! from the arrive )

I- 't it Un't. anti we believe! a.iy fair-minded ieaii ritand Green an.1 I the Grt, Atlantic & Im'r a''e (In personnel that must b,1 high salarlerl "chief" and the tnx, roll) to the homenteml exemption Scout Fund Drive \ ,

.' i why. Pacific Tea Company. met by th local Headquarters, co. tentative plan ,is for the Councilto I ..11I1I lfh lItl.-n. Kverv time a
,. Colonel .ulnI' i name someone with authorty home Is bought for owner-o<-ru-
next time I li stopped (which Instrument, dated June 20 during each period of training.The. 1
jour paper 'to .
T nothing could'in b. The pass on Its Instruction to mrm- panty It gone. elf the fax roll and ar lfor '''I. that ; stated that enlistments '
'- nn time noon) Just remember to aalu11 19.17, calU for the lease of a store .pfl8ker- have I hers nt the police force: and to HO thu steady increase of city property hey Sroiit Drive was under way

".' HIP Telegraph's Intention than dlwmirte.y ami,I filing; building: 4x90:; to be erected by been In the Starke and company pointed out that they are cat r.d: out 'i I claiming, homestead exemption at last this. week. Originally .
1 simply a matter of necessary bool-kecplng East Call St. The lease disappointing j I A8 originally drawn by the Is reflected In the followingflirures ,
Green on that there would be danifiof' rhe'lulerl for last February the
Council tne special act passed j I
| atl
parking area 30x unless the requirements I hive walt held for lack of a
not'Ann call tar a losing the company up
-I 1 was Jolted> from his shade tree recently upon also the lam legislative session called! Value homp"t.".,. )9IT: $',(J4.BOO!
for laughing! ; 105 feet adjoining the building on of Increased personnel termination of the office with ; thalrman for several month
In arrested and fined for I Vnlue homesteads 19" tUll.noo
Rhode Island was {aI', I south sides. J I are met.Members n..p.1' ( With the recent acceptance of '
"t things Just a bit too the west and out referendum. However Value homesteads 194V 1123.4'i1) .
That seemed to be carrying located : of the Rotary Club ,, Jr, stated th-tt'' the chairmanship by T. H. Blade
'" h The new .tore /-111! be N. D. WalnwrlRht Value homestead 1914 $18tg50iBased
d l devel..pmcnts with Interest. I to assist In stim ilnt- them I' the drives was ntartnd! this week
asked to
he unwilling
Police Chief said. purchased by Green .Jut' were was pass on the prevent IVmlll tax
the site
formal charge was "revelling", on a Interest In the National j ,s.ure through the House without and Mr: KUd announced. the following
" disturbance by I Mr. and Mrs. C. Ing more )I levy, homestead ( If not exempt I
\'amen creating a month from L. A.
him repeatedly against a referendum clause allowing Initial contributions:
between theages would be paying around ttl.OOO
Guard men "
',oj'hen there's nothing to laugh/: about." I iLetsch for S ,Ooo. It Is at the I among the voters to express their wishes )I> annually Into the city treasury" Davis, %'M; T. II Slado, $5O; ":. L.
do- and
17 .
_1'1\' Way) of thinking, this broke Justice down Into simply southeast corner of the lntersec-i, of In the matter. I Mr. John- stated. "Although Matthews $25; Robert U. Green, ,

g 1 for a reaon. Taking this vicious trend a few steps farther."uMirt tlon of Call and Cherry street I If approved In the special election property under this classification $125, I ;

speak on the street unless he had something import- and has 78 feet fronting on Call I Infant Pollard here August 9, the measure pays no taxes. the City must provide Further solicitations will be .
Ity' Obviously this would about eliminate the weather a* will go Into effect October 1, I It with the sxpenftlvft services made In the next few days by the I
Just '
through street. I Dottie Sue Pollard, Infant daughter of fire workers: A. J. Thomas'
of of us get protection police protection Following
would 99 rentalof .
'"w"nversatlon.unless and how each other "Is It hot enoughtoday" The lease setting forth a of Mr. and Sin J. T. Pollard To Furniture Mart I garbage collection etc." 1C. O. Duncan, Ouy Andrews. R.L. '

< we could< banally ask Call Street you'd Jolly $200 per month runs from Oct. I II. of Stark, died Thursday In the Keplamt Garbage Fen Matthews Edward: Burma A. B. '

." II/avo)/ And If you dared to laugh to on pacify the local police 1947 to Sept. 30. 1951, with the I Iprivlle&e Shailycrest Hospital. Funeral service 8. G. Denmark of the Denmark''' The new utilities tax, which wan Baker W. B. 8 well, K<1 Dahmer, r

r a good Joke with which of renewal.The Furniture Co., will leave Sundayfor decided upon by the City as being Joe Wilson W. H. Hart. Bob Kite,
YOu city. will be held Friday morningat
might find yourself a guest of the Market and easier to administer and Alex Robbing. I
A P location Is I the Southern Furniture more practical t
tt ground<
.. IlIrklly for all of UII. the wheel of Justice "f hero. present the street from the 11 o'clock In the Dyal: Cemetery tt Hlghpolnt, N C. fie expect: than the earlier suggested Chairman Blade hopes that the

WPPps. and the fine was restored to our laughing, com- Just proposed across new quarters In a building with R. J, DOOMS officiating.DeWItt to be gone about a.week and will garbage collection fee would county's quota ,la U>1 I. Important .1.1.r.
a tree .
bade .
IIIlb nf relief the Colonel return to his freedoms owned by C. H. Nasworthy. C. Jones Is In charge of enchase, furaltur for the' store ring the City around 423 per work will be reached. In the next

"bJ the! knowledge that to the highly-touted four dtarke wholesale grocer arrangements. her*. month tITOOO' annually) from the few days.

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r I . . . Q. W. cal! foresters of the students but IV: ("III'C I'r :
Hunter In Gainesville Saturday 12 Bradford Boys t'OI'll'r, '
to teach future farmers that grow- F4e111U elnnhert '
Bradford Telegraph I EERY: ev4 I
State Farm Dr. and Mrs. John W. Murray Attend 4-H CampAt ing trees Is like raising beans EugenIa 1111'1 rti',, ." 'II
other '
1 Jr., and children. "Ripper". Robert Lake tomatoes or any moneymaking Caw No. a7ee)" I II 1'1,'
ESTABLISHED 1877 E L. MATTHEWS. OWNER EDITORPubllnhrd Hy Mr.*. Ilryan WhltfleM Cherry Subjects .
. . Allyn and Patricia Gall are new crop. taught ANn onUErt ;; ...lrldcd'ry;!
.. Every Frldiiy and Entered an !HcxomlOfflre Farm residents. Dr. Murray 1 Is Twelve Bradford County 4-H Include l tree Identification use of STATm OK Nll'Irp)rvn I 1., ,, ri
Clan Matter at the Pout at Bta.rh, ..,.... COMMUNITY CLUB MEETING now the Institutional physician. Club members are attending the forestry tools gum farming nur- Ida ye J\O nre'('h."W).."aIl,.: ''oJ'h.\ ", ,.,1
forest "k"
The charm of the Club Room The Murrays are originally from organization's annual summer encampment sery practices protection *"" are i i," nnr'' n
('. MEMBER"BiibwripUon / 1947 wan emphasized by bowls of sum Charleston, S. C.. but Dr. Murray's now In progress on logging and milling. or aliovd before nil m.Augur.d i'"' I I'll.1 I IBy 10"apt, ,
.; i mer flowers when it was the setting i last government assignmentwas Cherry Lake In Madison County. wherein[ lnl"'lrr i III' "'d
rr in State left CITY BOOKS CLOSE AUG. 9 Hrndfnrd (''''''''' ".k- 1
b ? last Tuesday afternoon for Washington The of farm lads 1 I
eager group publish
Month ,,
For Six ] this "Kr.
W-J: Annually $1.10 I <-I.t I ,
the July meeting of the Com Bill Rivers of the Veterans' Hospital Starke at 10 a. m. Monday morn- New voters who wish to register weekly witness' ,rear ur'
munity Club. The Club President,: In Lake City spent last Ing and will return about noon for the approaching City Electionin Real at Ntllrk m., 1 1""p I ,''nd
Mrs. P. D. Fancher, presided over, weekend with Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Saturday. have until day ot July 1147UFFIf.'JAI. to
BARN UM WAS RKJIIT: the business meeting during Sellers and Mr. and Mrs P. S. Those attending are: Raymond August September t 9. to do so. The Saturday.books \As. t'I"rl, rot. Stain.1',' A. J T.
Would you pay $5 a Quart for sea water, clearly labckd81J which plans were made to have Crews. Hersey J. W. Prlngte. Jr.. Theo- are now open in the office of City John J.u J.<>m llenrjei.. c r i. 1 I. \..
such? the Club's young protege Karen dore Brannen, Marklee Raulerson. :Clerk Carl Johns. tins, Fla. "'II, Si.
!11; Of course: you think you wouldn't-but don't l lIe too Johnson of Enterprise, visit members Time Grows Short Phillips Sullivan Jr., Bobby Mc- -------- Atty for Plf ..
:; ; sure A lot of Florida people would and did recently, and during August. Hostesses for Clellan, Raymond ReddIng, Hobby I
f { s the afternoon were Mrs, L. F. For Bangs Testing Hicks, Calvin
even went so far as to protest bitterly when Federal and Rosier Buddy
Chapman and Mrs J. A. Bouvier; Blount T. J. Alderman, Jr, and
authorities that they might be
State : helpfully suggested and they served sandwiches and Bradford County owners of milk Tom McClane, Jr.
getting gypped. cup cakes with Iced tea. : cows or purebred beet stock have ,
I just 11 more In which to have County Agent T. K. McCJane Is
I 'r r Yes, a two-quart bottle of plain old sea water priced I days
Mr. and Mrs Martin Reinau their stock disease phrased to have such a large
tested fur Bungs
rt, f"g; at $10, is! among the prize exhibits on display in the Florida ,
i I and of Palatka attend this summer.
were camp
Sunday or tuberculosis. group
F rgl' Department of Agriculture's food and drug inspection laboratory visitors' of Mr. and Mrs M. E.I I Tests are now being made by No boy Is permitted to go unlesshe EJE :
'' in Tallahassee.!:! Grlner. Other guests of Mr. and Dr. B. W. Berer of the Bureau of has a recognized 4-H Club 1(141
A t The sad part of it is that similar bottles were peddled Mrs. Griner on that day were Mr.I'I Animal Husbandry, who Is stationed project under way and III keepingan
.'P;' API from door to door) by fast-talking and smooth-mannered and Mrs. Vance Geiger of Jacksonville here during July In con- up-to-date record of It. The FRIDAY & SATURDAY JULY 18 .
"salesmen"" and hundreds of persons actually purchased it who spent the weekend: nection with the USDA's program boys who attend camp have earned 19SAPP'S
in spite of the fact that the label on the bottle was com-I with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley of stock tests. the privilege by progressiveness
pletely guiltless of misrcpI escntation. It plainly stated in Mrs. Vernon Hamilton Mrs.I, Stock owners desiring this ser and diligence In the task aligned STARLINGS
p+ large letters that the active ingredients in the bottle's contents James Worthy and Mr. and Mrs I vice are urged to apply at once them.
Pell WInstead &
list of the and children, Marshall to the office of AgentT. Objectives of the camp are de-
M44 was! sea water. Then followed an impressive : County
i and Sandra, all of Jones- K. McClane. scribed as "not to make technl-
t chemicals ordinarily found in sea water. boro, N. C., were guests of Mr. I STORE E GROCERY
That's what fooled the luckless purchasers. The chemical and Mrs. R. H. Cox last weekend.I
a F analysis of the water was accurate and understandable I Joining their Carolina relatives
600 E. 10th St.
"fr to chemists! but persons unfamiliar with technical terms: here were Mr. and Mrs. En Ice Last Store E. Call
d' read the label and thought that the preparation must be Bradshaw and children of Penney When You Think Of GAS NATIVE BEEF
pretty good to have all than fancy sounding stuff in it. I Farms and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Cox and daughters of Live Oak.I Rump or Chuck
All of which to that it to hand I
r a" goes prove pays keep one Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Think 0 f r"e
on your pocketbook when having any kind of business dealIngs low enjoyed a fishing Strlngfel-I SLADE GAS CO.

rrr with a stranger. ano Beach, St. Augustine LARGE
l They were accompanied on their ROAST\\
outing by Mrs. E. O. Allen of St. We are a 100 Percent Starke Concern. The
tfe r. AuKUHtlne. |
G 4alr Let Us Install You A MODERN BATHROOM Mr, and Mrs. M. F. Coker, Sr.,' ONLY Cas; Company with STORAGE FACILITIES 32clb.Large ANY CUT
i of Santa Fe Lake and Jackson-
r I Or Remodel and Modernize Your Present One ville were overnight guests of Mr.)'' in Slarke. Our Present Capacity is .. ,

and Mrs. J. M. Bradley Thursday. 18,000 Gallons. This will be increased to Can STEAlPRUNES
Carolyn/ Bradley returned home I!
I yI at that time after having visitedMr 36,000 Gallons in September. This is being
l'p! ONE TO THREE YEARS and Mrs. Coker for a week. I
Miss Roberta Whitfield is visitIng done for the SAFETY of our customers in 47c
TO PA r. NO DOWN relatives, in Birmingham, Ala.'': Starke.
Miss Melba Stringfellow spent IN SYRUI-
Karl"I r PAYMENT the past weekend with Miss Jen-I Tomato23ceach
pan Cooke In Starke. j
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CALL 111 OR SEE US :AT 335 TEMPLE AVENUE Edgar the guest Tyson of his of parents Jacksonvillewas Mr. The Slade Gas Company offers you the follow- SAUC1]

' and Mrs. R. H. Tyson, Sunday. ing ways of purchasing your gas requirements: _
g bl Shull Visitors of Mr. and Mrs W. H. POUND CANS
iq Plumbing Heating Williams during the past week 1. We sell jou a tank and supply your gas at the
5c each
were Mr. and Mrs Phillip Wil- minimum rate.
W l i R Sri!RKE, FLA. liams of Griffin Ga, and Mr. and Prince Albert
Mrs. Robert Williams and Miss 2. We furnish the tank, make a n Installation _

I Mildred Hundley of Jacksonville. charge and sell you gas at a slightly; higher Extra Fancy Long GraiRICE
Mr. and Mrs. J O. Caldwell and rate. 79c
family had as their guests last'
n weekend Miss Virginia Sewell of, 3. We can supply your gas needs with cylinders ,
? y University of Florida and Starke (also known as bottles), ADAMS
' i and, Burnell Caldwell< of Stetson', BLENDED

; r : R.B.A1vrez: & ,Son University, Mr. and' Deland.v.Mrs.! W. .., E.F Fancher-1:] t' .6.''I.. ."." Orange & Grapefruit 5 .Ibs. 88c '
'1 w eI'1 / h and their daughter MUa> Ruby
Tranrsfer: :& Storage Co Winder, of St. Louis, Mo., arrived CONSIDER THESE FACTS JUICE
: Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrg. P AgoLaundry
I D Fancher for two weeks. Mr. I' When You Think Of Buying Gas
;'#4 '' r Phone 9105 and Mrs Charles Cloversettla of, 3 for 25c STARCH -
Tampa were also guests of Mr. ,
L +rt r / and, Mrs Fancher, Sr., Tuesday. ,

We operate local and long Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Parker and COC ..COlAS,6 for 2
1'' t""' Moving and their daughter, Andrea, sjjjent the I II Slade Gas Co. -
Stpragr. distance Anywhere in I pnst weekend with Mr. and Mrs.

the State of Florida. : Cliff Prevatt In Tampa. Clarissa We have a good variety of nice, fresh pr
Parker returned home with her
s parents after having been with I I 213 E. Call St. Phone 121 duce, and it will be sold at a very the;
; I Fast, Careful Moving Mr and Mrs. Prevatt for abouta price. Thank
__ __ __ __ __=-r::__=_ Spencer Crews Is making an ex- (NEAR RAILROAD TRACK) Joe S. & Volley Star '
TIM tendeil, stay with relatives in
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l.frs. Sue Fisher of Pensacola
visited her brother and slster-In-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Tyus,
n ri from Wednesday until this past ,

Tuesday.Spending< their vacation at Busy man'spause
home, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Roberts '
viewed the wonders of Sliver
Springs Tuesday and visited Mrs _

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and Rev. and Mrs. Francis Georgia e. . --- -- - -- -
Tabernacle e. e e e e S e e e e e.
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e( and sons of Morris, N. Y. Exams To Be Held 6 .

past week was! one of real Special music was given at each HamptonBy Pine LevelBy For Special Agents Longer Wear f j

i to the Tabernacle group. service by these talented must MrM.! C. Sweeney Mrs. II. M. McRae With GovernmentStarting Through Expert Repair f ,
each night were oonduct-: clan,. 1. e. e e. e eCIIL'II.C11ES . e e e e. e e e

? John McNeill, Scotch Oa Monday evening a special rates of pay of $2644 NEW LIFE FOR OLD SHOES .
of Washington. to( $4902 a are listed for In-
lit t l service was held Rev. year
by Rufus
Day at the First had a great day at the
uestsguests.. Rev and Mrs H. Fthlpps, of Bridgeport, Conn., Christian Church will be held this Pine Level Baptist Church last ternal Revenue Agents and for

ot NeW Berlin N. Y., which was Inspiring to all privileged Sunday July 20, when Hampton Sunday with more than 300 In Special Agents engaged in tax 105 W. Call St. Starke Fla. i
rs to hear him. Mr. Phipps will Church will welcome the Theressa I Sunday School at 10 o'clock. The fraud investigations In an exami-
S Church Into It* membership. All! pastor preached at 11 o'clock In nation announcement Just releasedfor
A K E be remembered as a member of members have a most cordial In-' the new church building, which those positions In five south

the "Students League of ManNations" vltatlon to attend. The pastor, was dedicated at that time. A eastern states. An unusual opportunity REFINEMENTin I

visiting the Tabernacle Fred S. Dodd will deliver the sermon bountiful dinner was spread at the la presented to persons

a year ago.Regular. and a basket dinner will be noon hour and at 2 p. m. Dr. with accounting training or experience pivri/! nf'C'euarldetail in a Servict

. services continue each served at noon. There will also R. D. Engle of Jacksonville spoketo who are Interested In available/ locally and widely/ known

week and the public la cordially be ordlratlon of the Deacons. the congregation* Between, career work of this nature In the for its modest c ott its wholesome
Invited to attend. SOO and 600 Federal Government service. Vet.
i people were there courtesy! and always! tactful sympathy.,
from far and near to take partIn can qualify will of
SPECIAL Dally Vacation Bible School course receive! the
iKED the services. preference to
Protect Your UpholsteryWith closed I(I which
Thursday night with a they are entitled. ''FDEWITT
Weddings. Birthdays, Good Durable varied and Interesting program Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Conner of Detailed information Is available I
etc. held In the Methodist church. Jacksonville were recent guests from the Civil Service Secre- C. JONES j!

BAKERYUS Visual aid program given by of relatives here. tary at the post office or can be
PPE SEAT COVERS Mrs. W. J. Churchwell, proved of Rev. and Mra. O. J. Raulersonof secured from the Regional Officeof AMBULANCE: SERVICE t I

great benefit to all ages of children Jacksonville spent last week the Civil Service CommissionIn Funeral Director .
TAILORED TO and were most entertaining. here visiting relatives. They left Atlanta. It was announced that STARKE PHONE T I

FIT YOUR Approximately 80 person have Monday for Little Rock Ark, i applications must be filed not ,

.: INDIVIDUALAUTOMOBILE attended these dally morning ser where they are attending the later than July 30 at the address Our local funeral home enables us to I I

:; vices, and a vote of thanks Is ex- Bible School. I given In the announcement, offtr convenience and services' ; not

tended to all the ladies who were Mrs. J. C. Crews and son, Char otherwise available./
so kind as to arrange and serve les, of St. Augustine and Mr. and t I

In Colors To Suit the morning recess refreshments Mrs. Lovett of Jacksonville were We furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices) an] :
Greater spiritual dinner at the H. :M. I
knowledge guests McRae
Your Taste accept ANY life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANT Cora
absorbed by all those privileged home Thursday of last week.
I perry as payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation t
to attend this study and it can Wm. Guy Hall and family of
carries no obligation. !
STARKESEAT unanimously be called a success. Jacksonville Beach and Mr. and .carset..

Mrs. E. J. Murrhee and son Edward t pOMO .
COVER CO. ; ---- -
Langford Hicks and Jay Alder-
\1 Hall of Hilliard spent Sat- IAew.aa It t
Court & :Madison Sts. man, Jr., were the Hampton boys urday night with Rev and :Mrs. .
) joining other Chapters of the 4-H W. E. Hall.Everyone.
,1 Club, who are enjoying a week's I Is urged to attend the ; From where I sit ... b,? Joe Marsh

encampment at Cherry Lake, near HOME CANNING'S .
revival meeting at Pine Level this -- ,
Madison. week, conducted by Rev E. R. BEST 2
-piece metal lid
CHECKR Mrs. Ann R. Guy returned to Bowers. IR | Sam with
EXPERTSERVICE, her home here last week, after Ut*ffcit neweit development In 2> ) Helps
piece melol lldil There'* no doubt of
FIRE spending the past three months JUST Nf. teal for your ; the I
with John A. Guy of Bloomington PRESS home.coniied food DishwashingDropped

III., and, Mr. and Mrs Emory PHOTO Just preu lo lot if
'RANCE' NOW H. Guy of Washington D. C. Cameras to DOME !i. down, jar ii l lealedl
Hilt Pitt any MaionJar. In at the .tbernathy'e and tIt, mealtime, chorea 1 I" sort of
Mrs. entertainedMr.
Saturday Guy
Norfolk .. Eaty to ute be. Just the other i'nnh'lC-nnd there a bond between hem like. nhiirIn .
and Mrs. B. A. Pope of i
for count ll'l lure. Con Sammlthlthekitchen with hut friendly glass tif beer to-
.'f r rep Va., and, Monday Mr. and more trie D was nn *
\..... ......: tf Mrs. Henry K. Guy and. childrenof with BALI ooty JARS woy AND apron on, helping his. mi"nii" wash Kelher. when the work IK. done. It'.
; Fruitland Park. l .M. DOME IIOSI the supper dishes. (And then I one of thimo little all-Important

.Inter. he'd conk the In nmrrlnice.
learned helped thing'
Mrs. Anna Alexander of Jacksonville AT TOUR
arley E. Johns Is the guest this week of Our Photo GROCER SI supper too.) Fromvlirrn I sit, Clio time that

Agency Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn. Assures Of course, Sum could 'have seta man and wifu can spend, with

FLAn Chas. C. Mr and Mrs. A. C. Dennison tied Into his favorite chair cmcl"h other In this busy world today
13 l STARKE.
and children Carl and Shirley, Happiness for joyej his evening (class. of 1 Ever> I I" all too precious And tile more

ShepherdAt moved last Saturday to Starke to ComeHollywood BN7'I and left all the messy kitchrnwork things they can ilo together, the
\" f' where they will make their home. to Dixie. But ho kind of likes her better.
'.'., .... Gay's Service Station and 1I6 b t
Mr and Mrs. Arils Roberts S Coml"IBY-Rn,1 she In turn certainly /7 \

'''11 THE TRAVELERS. Hartford -- "" children of Lake City were visitIng appreciates his help. -ilf..vw
; : ., friends here FrlII"y. and Gift In fart, sharing the liuuwework .' .C .- :, 4<<

Mrs. L.. D. Seley pent last week Call St. at H. 1C. = JI **>, ,
In Jacksonville with her sister, I
1917 UnilefSlalti Hrrtvrr F- :..., _' '
In Mra Montle Sessions Copyright, w.
B & M Drive
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Friends of Douglas P. Hardy ------ -- l''

will regret to hear that he Is confiner 1

b Curb Service Only Hospital by In Illness Lake at City.the' Veteran's er .1.4 r t'!! .

Bar-B-Q Sandwiches i Guests of Mr. and 1I.Ir8. Wilbert /IOWILIFE I INSURANCE :

Southern Fried Chicken Hall last week were Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. I'aitin of Tampa Mr. and
Beer & Soft Drinks Mrs. E. D. Allen and Mr. and Mrs. I 1

Tim Allen and family of Palatka ;
__ _,01' OPEN FROM: 10 A. M. 2 I). M. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins and p f

State Highway 200 4 Blocks South of Call St. daughter; Jacksonville Louise Sunday.Mr. were. visitorsto EXPERTS PROVE THAT

and Mrs. Donald McRae and

children with K. G. McRae, are
VENETIAN BLINDS spending this week In Georgia II I

visiting relatives. I

Mr. and Mrs. Claude L. May
tinufaclured ecibleI and Mr. and Mrs. C.oJ.. Oualey i

and were Sunday visitors to Cedar

II JIF {j'oodacksonrilte Keys.Billy. Carver of Jacksonville Is FORD TRUCKS LAST ,,

Slats spending his vacation with Mr. .
and Mrs. J. G. Lamoreaux.

uxury: of Yesterday A Necessity of Today Jerry and Mary ,Katharine
Wadsworth, of Waldo have been
TERMS Tailored To Fit Your Windows with their
several days
Job !Sold; Completely Installed. spending grandmother Mrs. Stella Johns
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E. II. R.ISH, ,, Box 3I i IS, Jacksonville Fla. :Mrs.! E. C Morris and children "

* ha\e your representative,! call on ____ Wed. ____ Fri. spent several days last week In
Starke with her daughter, Mrs.
--------------------------------------------- S. Q. Denmark.

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d'BllmU' Wanted ..._.._____-._ \dklns were shopping In Gainesville '
Tuesday afternoon. i'

Mrs Ellis Thornton of Starke

vas visiting her mother :Mrs.!

d-"T-t\\,0 J- Minnie Johns and sister, Mra.
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. ---t." Wilson F May, last Monday. ..
---'. FOR TIlE first time 'In history scientific Ford Truck On Topi

used by life insurance comTh..result ford Truck'*Last Longer!Up
panic 'In computing race* have been put to
10 19.67 longer than the other 4 alee
Does r work In figuring! out life-expectancy tablet leaders! Why i Ie this true? Ilecaute font
for Ford Truck Truck are tuill stronger Th.,',. *///
p 4 967,000 Trucks Studied e to I last<< longer! That extra life that'. put i
Olashd'aDlearyOU Cracks;Gels Red 8/ms v/oU.., Corcoran and under leading New into Ford Truck come from fordexperience
'in building/ irtoretruck. than
HERE IS K SOOTHIlia MB York lif.lneurana.ctuuie., assembled the .
record of all truck of the five sale leader any other! manufacturer. Ford know Hw .
EFFECTIVE TREATMENT FORATHLETE'S to build truck that last longer! lei
registered from 1933 through 1941 i I uillI
4.967.OOO truck l in all.Then they prepared Se. u* today. See the life-expectancy
FOOT tnch life-expectancy table exactly the same charts.: You *e. why it'll pay you to '

I---.+N''" of* pt.mplly to rvltov. .*x. way they prepare bum** life-expectancy place your order for a Ford the truck
Out ? --.."'-. ,................. 2-itIVI ."Ie ... table lot life .insurance compute that ,last longest. 11
., MM fungi wWtfc vwMlly MUM AM.IAN' '
yeti 'i FMT M seas. ? 3-- 16.I..x *
<...<... fmrtflrmllmn' wMcfc A.*. I' '
....'.f I : mwa. beating .. ..w, ire-kid. peeR.5" Sr G (pfiP 1e/ :
- J 1--' .bh. .b.n.saN..d.s-'-r. '
Tb. r.nan N.u.....balm i. *. tfftrttpr la
,.iMvina Alhl...'i ftmt .. that it the
war ol the iroubl. by .!tnHvE of Tne .....awctaney W e rWef frveeV hi
the cnmmo font: . plant mold, and paruiin' a/cw Track life Means to You 1:% laii Mm, MM *: Iwk "f .
I fid ,hnre on hot. prrtptnnt' fit. So htt*, What Longer 7.%: lane" MMII HMM a..* "D-
Then MO. N..l>oIm i* ..,,.* m brlpio' beep ".a% M"n HMI e< S...* ","
stop the drudgery of washday at home. down nccwve pcriplraiioa. Futtbcr. lit Why It Pays to Walt for a New Ford Truck! K' '
tcxxbini. analamc, ,".,ed.... work f.Vf ofFiciAi' AcniAtiAi CMTI"< TI
Bring' yourself to relieve "pain and Ireh.".. Bavrd oa the application of found and acceptedernienal
your laundry to ua and relieve Help' Guard 011.1.... ..-InettloiiTreat It Hands to reaioo the longer you use a truck, the lea* It cost .' .' method to Ihe actual eaperteace ee I
lit rub with Nevrabalm an> That' why loafer-lived Ford Truck *r* the lop truck featured by truck ieopmo:: : we kink e .
in I :
)'I! 'hI- washtub. Our your to own. FORD TRUCKS certify that, la our tha accompenylna'tahle :
laborious task over the lull clt/ thus funai and to help,prevent.. apainful atu..And,logically Ford longevity. mean lower maintenance fatrlr, ,,_nit the ..I...>.li<... ecuaircf ;
end leriuua sew from 'ale. I Nranbalm la d>li hlful to uael' It learn time in the .hop. It mean more unused mile. ,
I is at your less "' .
economical method of washing: COM: 10 lAST WISERf! : cocoa IMOM
the clean and rvlreahed 10) aeaaeleae : :t w.ee..Nnb
kia ,...,.. ..
non-eiukf duee one seam the akin whea you',. ready to trade, and a better trade-in. Ye, anyway ; I* life N.V.
service for convenience and comfort. Call us bli..... ooe..bow...,OJ uaai,.'. Get k a bntile you look at k. youll get more truck for your money with f,..," ,
loday end ".s quicklyr.rbmg bll.p( '. .. -
welcome. relief.. R..d.ttitoe.np.uk.a. Ford Truck e e because Ford Truck bit longer! .1 1
for other valuable ififormacjo. Adrwiaiorea '
in 2)e. 75*. and f I M bottle. *. j
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' > 't": /j SOCIETY and CLUBS BarbourJohnson'Marriage of InterestTo ,Conner-McKmney

tit +i: wr i Mr. and Mr. Melvin

,'i .."\.,',, r Friends HereMiss ,at Starke announ,.. 'hr g

:'r .J:; ': Miss Frances Lee Peek Weds Roy M Ward Katherine Parker Johnson, :,of Donald their Conner Ma r'LII *'

! rt. L.: In Lovely Home Ceremony Thursday Evening ; i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James I!Mrs W R ('O'fI',',,'','?,,.of'!nl,k I'

h '" H Johnson of Hopklnsvllle, Ky., on Tuesday, Jill\
I 1 Miss Frances Lee Peek, only I pearls a gift from the bride .; and Donald S. Barbour, son of .mony was pe,, i ,''I, d,, Tho

daughter of Mra Sinclair L. Peek groom. (} : ..t""lI I Mr and Mrs. Ralph H. Barbourof Ga. by Judg v\,,, 'F'
1 and the late Mr. Bci-k, of Starke The bride's flowers were a Vic off' '1 Tallahassee were married In Mr and M r'"sn,

a, '. and Roy M. Ward, Him of Mr. and I torian bouquet of white 'phano" .' ; lt I tho First Methodist Church of near Stark,. wh| ", i" ,''t Y

fit'' G Mrs George W. Ward of Dixie. tie ]tiles of the valley and
Georgia exchanged marriage mina or'hlcl"lel in a background r { 1- noon, June 28, at 4:30: o'clock.Mr :Bradford, M/ ._" \ I

.t'' 4e-- vows Thursday evening, July 10 of while tulle and I shower, rf ,5 .:. .tt Barbour }la a grandson of the

at 7:30: nMotk In a beautiful cere- unite satin ribbon and >' pnuiti. ,ate' Mr and Mrs. Sidney J Stern- were '
mony at the home of the brldo'H .,, rw A '-lIt burg who were, among the pioneer affair preset: '

n1 ;' mother rm Church street Ming Peek had BH hei u' m residents of Starke and lived
I RUhani:
of Mrs William i I', is!: ,
The HIV L D. Flames, pastorof honor thl, ty-rlve 't'
h"mr" i years for Rlchn,
the 1.'m.1, t Unptltt Church, officiate who wore blue oigartl(|' Th.. vu'. M were taken before anMl' ,Visit hm "I i
"1 .,t the ring ceremony: I" feta with fitted bnilli ,' i KKldd
a i i t. 'I e i;' d 1 with fern balls, '
Immediate full skirt The wxl ", :1'I Icontualed
the juieni"' of the II''
:,al li,", ; mil huckleberry, through
i faniih.' t and Intimate friend of the drop .h'',"nil" JIll' 11: I
r of
In h anil, blossoms hardy
> < \ :i n'J
1t th ci iple. of the blouse and,1 the, .1 I IHhort routri.i
., wereentwhhod..
whit s 't" tpi-as;
r Ar 11I1Orn..l1lH, of white gladioli I She carried n l h'" Brash alt 1
i baskets of white gladioliand
Luge I
n ranUoaa) bride's, roars and Enter deep pink carnation) .di > r.Frances in the C''' ,' '
,\ left ulimc, Ml* } l regal: lilies were used< In the
I Hf', d ,duNu'i: : wio, iiHt d. 111 decorating arise, tied with ," 'I'hl', guests S,.
l Lee IV '1 U NplrturiMl deu>rRtlon... Candles In four
the Peek home for this oc- bon. In her hair Mhi. v. ''I i i g ti( Canoe "I.i ,
r rjj{( In n formal aev n-branchud candelabra and a
lined the bltnII'RU of shattered ,mil,, I r
y caninn The Htalrway by cm % Roddy ,.
jxiHfl lii'furo III'ru'.I- i rmof cathedral candles In the I
bride wu ]grad, with plumosa' fern Virginia Jean Darby n < "on mi ni | weeks in DP:
ding to Ray M. \\urd, ) background added, to the beautyof (
it and the newel, poet walt decorated tho bride, wo the Hinuiunv( which was, an event of l" j 5 the effect. relatives.E. .

with white carnations showered flower girl. Her dress wan a July 10.Member. M I I The bride was lovely In white -L Matth, '
ribbon. miniature model of that worn by 41 yend ,
white satin
with three-tiered wedding cake which E ''
of the w..tI- S starched marquisette over 'white In Orlaml! '
!yr altar stood against the matron of honor and she tni- ?
decorated with lilies of the {
win ding party are shown taffeta. The sleeveless, floor panied norm h': kK. .
| >
w a background of green fern red an old-faBhioned nosegay of valley and rented against a back- at right (top) they I .
ax length featured a lace yoke S. Matthe '. w' ,
: and Two tall white pedes- deep pink carnations and pal K
palms. of tulle at Inter- .
ground caught received guests arriving wts the past six .
and fitted bodice with a full length A" >k4 n ,
d} ; 'a ;g tats on cither aide' of the altar pink sweetheart roses, outlined vals with stephanotls: and white at the reception i bridal illusionwas son-in-law and "
Her veil
o t held arrangements of white car- with pink silk net. A garland of daughter I
satin bows. White carnations in
fol lowing the erf i in and her Mrs. If. n McLetar' jjj.
t and, tube ruses.I9 sweetheart worn In her { finger tip length ,
vj nations, gladioli, roses was silver compotes, tied with showers :. mony. From left to r of ette McLendon ret_ '
only ornament was a string rneil ".
I9 a Lighted white tapers In two seven- hair.Mr. of white ribbon, and burning right: Mrs. "'m. Pow- and will
pearls, a gift of the bridegroom.She spend some tin
branched candelabra cast a soft : Ward had as his bout man
white tapers! In silver holders add- oil, matron of honor, 5j with her
glow over the setting. The earl Dr J. M. Hcmbree. I ed further charm to the table. The Miss. Peck. Mr. \\'art!, t canted a lace handkerchief Matthews, who grandmother
,$ + Mrs. I groom's family. Her flowers were has beeslp
a li; r dies were lighted by Comer Ferry For her daughter's wedding punch bowls were decorated with and l>r. J. M. Hem- home of the
''r of the bride Peek chose heavenly blue white asters, carnations and gar- McLenilonileral f
eoiiHln a crepe
} man, Ester Reed daisies and California brew, bent man :MNit ,
) 1 is
L- weeks
; den flowers arranged ]in a French 'xpected to
I i r' Preceding the entrance of the gown of full length with tight asters. Virginia Jean Darby to Starke

a Iq ;' wedding party, Mrs. E. K. Ferryman bodice and long sleeves of self- Assisting in serving were Mrs. (foreground) wan flow- bouquet. soon.

key ', ,! r an aunt of the bride, played colored floral lace. A matchinglaco J. E. Wilson, Mrs. R. A, Green, er girl. The bride's attendants wore taffeta Mr. and Mrs. G L Fat\\

Schubert's "Serenade". Mrs.' Rae- peplum on the skirt formed a I Mrs. J. M. Hembiee, Mrs. Glen At right below Mr. gowns with matching halo son George spent ni, W

? burn C. Horne of Madison sang graceful fishtail effect In the back. Wood, Mrs. Vernon Silcox and and 1lr8.Va r dare hats and carried French bouquets. with relatives in Eustu

+ "Because" (d'Hardelot). The She wore a corsage of sweetheart Miss Evelyn Stump caught by the camera lf The father of the, bridegroomserved

I' ; bridal party entered to the strains roses. I Miss Luclle Mitchell and Miss a.. they leave the Peek I < as best man.
dd, of the "Bridal Chorus" from Iteteptlon In IleM' Della Rosenberg kept the bride's home on North The bride's mother wore aqua

tw'# "Lohengrln", and during the cere- Immediately following the ceremony book. Church Street for a mesh, and Mrs. Barbour, motherof P I
Mrs Perryman softly played a reception was held in the the groom, wore printed silk.
mony two weeks' TARKE
Others assisting :Mrs.! Peek in
11 y U "To A Wild Rose" (Mac- Church Service Center attended Each wore a corsage of pink roses. FLA.Sun. .]
relatives and friendsof caring for her guest were Mrs. trip. Photo by 1, H. oxborne)
+ ', r I Jo well). by a host of The bride has attended Mary-
''iIt 4 The petite blonde bride was the couple.Welcoming. J. W Kincaid Mrs. Guy Sale ville College, Maryville, Tenn., :Mon Tin I

i) iyr + exquisitely gowned In an ivory guests at the door Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy Mrs. T. H. Miss Idalou DavisIs Wedding Parties for the past three years, and is July 20-21 M I
Osborne Mrs. James Blackflhear
r Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs ,
were member of Theta
satin wedding dr!sn designed\ with a Epsilon
Mm. Fred Guy, Mrs. Arthur Holiday ComplimentedAt Are EntertainedMembers
i molded bodice and full skirt which 'O. L. Beasley. sorority, the National Honor So- Michigan.Jon !I
Mrs. T. F. Landrum, Mrs
Edward Burns presented
Mrs. LuncheonMrs. and the Girls Cotillion Club
1 + terminated In a long train. The Lovely ciety
'qe of the Ward-Peek wed-
to the receiving line which W. H. Graham, and Mrs. E. L.
'c S 2o'j' ',N drop net yoke of the bodice was guests the bride's Matthews. ding party were entertained ala of Hopklnsvllle. Hall, .It'tor M.UrJ(.
was composed of O. L. Beasley and Mrs J.!
f F outlined with bias folds and thevty dinner following the rehearsal Mr. Barbour received his educa- Rita Johnson, Andy Dni
? mother, the bride and bridegroom. After spending some time with W. Kincaid were hostesses Wed-
{ sleeves were short and very full. last tion in the schools of Jackson- Also
Wednesday night of week NKWS: k: COM1DWed.
i and their attendants. The wed- their guests Mr. and Mrs. Ward nesday at their home on Walnut
,l Softly shirred, matching mittens when Mrs L. A, Davis, Mrs. J. E. ville and Tallahassee and for the
party stood against a large left for a wedding trip to pointsof Street at luncheon'
ding a delightful .
;y'k o were worn, and her veil of bridal Wilson, and Mrs. Edward Burns past two years has attended Thur.-July 3DOUBLE
' Illusion fell from tiara of open fireplace which was bankedon Interest in South Florida. The honoring Miss Idalou Davis whose I FE.TIRE
) r a orange were hostesses at the home of Maryville College. He worked asa
'a either side with magnolia brldo travelled in a gabar- to Leonard ,
featured two green marriage Foster Smith,
y.H blossoms. The veil
3 Mrs. Davis on West Madison feature writer on the Mary-
rt t lengths, one falling to finger tips, leaves. An artistic arrangement dine suit with which she wore Jr, will be an event of August 2 Street. vine newspaper. MadonnaOf
of white gladioli and carnations brown and white accessories anda The living room of the lovely
( while the other was floor length. Arrangements of pink gladioliwere Shortly after the ceremony the
outlined each 'decorate the mantel. Tall burn- of Cahamlna orchids home waa beautifully decorated The 7 Moo
Hand-rolled scallops
I used in the living room, and couple left for their home
'I tt ; length and each scallop was Ing white tapers In five-branched floral Upon their return to Starke, Mr.anl with arrangements of Shasta the dining room was enhanced Lakeland Fla., where Mr. Bar- AndThis l -
'candelabra balanced the Mrs. Ward will make their daisies, red roses, and marigolds. I
f, r caught with an orange with vases of Shasta daisies. The bour will be connected with the
li 4 She carried a real lace ha9dkerchief piece. home at King ley Lake. A unique arrangement of daisies dining table was covered with an American Press during the sum- LoveOf

n 3 which:'belonged to'her mad The bride's table was overlaid The bride Is a granddaughterof was placed over the mantle exquisite organdie appllqued cloth mer and where both will enter

:' ternal grandmother and her only with a white aatln and organdie the late Col. and Mrs. C. I* Guests were Invited to be seated I' and was centered with an arrangement Southern College In the fall. Ours

ornament was a single strand of ,cloth and was centered with a Peek and the late Mr. and Mrs.A at four individually set tables of white carnations Merle Oberon, Claude IUChan.
M. both families which were covered with white
.. Darby, being I cloths. Lighted tapers were placed al Emma Jane Canova KimlnFrl.
among the prominent early residents -,
each end of the table
and candelabra -
of Starke. She Is Placecards with single daisies Has !!.
a grad- stood on the buffet and servo Birthday PartyMrs. Rat July
uate of Bradford High School and attached were at each place anda ing tables. DOUBLE FEATtII6Breakfast

for the past several years has corsage of daisies and roses Paul E. Canova entertained -

been secretary to the county superintendent were also placed In the center of Miss Peek was presented with a at her home on WashingtonStreet

of public Instruction! the table for each! person to wear. cup and saucer of her chosen pat- last Friday afternoon in

Mr. Ward attended schools In A delicious three-course lunch- tern as a gift from the hostesses. honor of her little daughter Em- In HollywoodTom

Dixie and Boston Georgia, and eon was served. ma Jane who celebrated her ninth Brenrman, Bonito I
The honoree, Miss Davis was Complimenting members of the
Is a graduate of the Georgia Marshall-Rowland birthday anniversary on July n. \.W... nillle Burke, Las
presented with two salad plates wedding party,
Business University In Atlanta A number of Emma Jane's Iloppern0l1 B
of her chosen china the following rehearsal last
pattern by Friday
friends Invited to be
As young were Jr
a commissioned officer he King Cole
Spike ,
hostesses In remembrance of the evening, Mrs. Ralph Powers of present to celebrate the occasion
served with the armed forces
overseas In World War II. At: occasion. Lake City entertained In the Ser- with her. The guests played Cow
vice Center |
Those who were present to en- on Church Street. games on the front lawn and refreshments Ragtime
he I
present! part owner and I The
business of 'I joy this delightful affair with the serving table was covered of ice cream and cake
manager Carpenter'sDrug hostesses and honoree were: Mrs. with a white" cutwork cloth and
Store In Starke. ,were served. Mrs. Canova was Joe
a R. J. Davis, Miss Marjorie Davis centered with an arrangement of 'assisted in entertaining by Mrs.R. Bron
fi Among the out of town guests Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Miss Evelyn yellow nt rlgolds. The color G. Kldd and Mrs. W. C. Pow- Johnny Mark fl
Men's "Phantom Lap|
c-i:1i: attending the wedding and reception Stump, Miss Catharine Noll man. scheme of yellow and white was ell. Chap. 2
were Mr. and Mrs. George W. Mrs. E. 1\0\[. Davis, Mrs. W. N. carried out in refreshments. About thirty-two friends And Cartoon

Marks and Miss Marjorie Marksof North. Mrs. Mattle P. Gahagan, young

Straw Hats Deland; Mr and Mrs. DeWitt Mrs. T. H. Osborne, Mrs. Marguerite Eo

C. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. C. .1. Dlcklns of Marianna, Mr. A

Devlin of Gainesville; Mrs H. C. Z. Adkina. Mrs. W. E. Middleton,

Richard of Palatka; Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. C. Robinson of Apopka, Ladies'i

., a' ; 1-3 Off Louis H. Hill of Law-ley; Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Mrs. Nell H I

H. M Rlcharde and Mrs. A. M. Beavers, Mrs. L. D. Vining, and 1-:::
Richarde of the State Farm; Col. Mrs. Frank Pickard.
; ; and Mrs. Raeburn C. Horne of Accessory
r r r II I ,.
Madison; Dr and Mrs. B. S. Car- .

Men's roll, Mrs. Richard Thede Miss Mary Lou Durshimer

Beatrice Cady, Mr. and Mra. John Celebrates Birthday
Arthur Torode, and Mr. and Mrs. Jewelry

Bathing Trunks P. Y. Harris all of Jacksonville: With Weiner Roast .

Harvey Hollman of Tallahassee:
t i Cecil Ward of Dixie, Ga. Mr. 1' > For Good Grooming
; and Mr. and Mri. F. L. Durshime
: r Were 1.95
1lrs.V.. H. Tolbert. Jr., of Wes entertained with a weiner road

laco Texas; and Mr and Mrs Wednesday evening at their homeon )4
Now! $!leoo & $2.00 Earl Johnson of Metter, Ga. Nona street honoring their Novel, practical and beautifulcosturjewelry

daughter. Mary Louise, on her is on display at the Gem Jet

14th birthday anniversary.
Baptist Circles Guests welner elry. You'll find pieces to reflect J*
enjoyed< roasting
Men's Tee Shirts Now $1.00
--- Enjoy LuncheonThe on the outdoor fireplace and playIng good taste in detail.Men's .
records during the evening. every
Formerly 1.65 & 1.95 '"
KlntMcy Lake home of The young honoree received
h 9fo
r I Mrs. L. A. Canova was the meet many beautiful and useful gifts,

Ing place Tuesday for membersof which were opened and admired and Ladies Bulova and WatchesIn
.' + LADIES the WM3 of the First Baptist after refreshments Elgin
M CF r \
Church. A delightful covered Those attending this delightful
A Wide
dish luncheon was served to the affair were: Florence McCulley, Price Range

t ,r 4At rl SHOES 17 members present, following)I Betty Sue Sexton. Louise Stern, S

I which the regular business and I Patricia Kldd, Evelyn Stump,

program meeting was held. i Patricia' Donaldson, Marion Mc-

1.95 & 2.95 Mrs. H. I* Hough, leader of Rae, Elizabeth Gay Jacqueline Silverware by International

Circle Two, conducted the Bible Dutcher, Clifton Paige, Mary

j Fri. Sat. Only Study gmup, and the Mission Powell, Hazel Fields, Mr. and Mrs .

) Study book, "Stewardship Parables Fred Selley, Mr. and Mrs. Charles -

11 l A" I I of Jesus", wag taught by Schmltt and Wayne Mundorff. FINE WATCH REPAIRING
X JUST RECEIVED 25 DOZ. the Rev. L. D. Halnes. A reporton

s the young people's work was WSCS To MeetThe

Birdseye Baby Diapers made by Mrs E. C. Priest, and
Mrs. R. A. Thomas "Quality
literature. .gave a reporton WSCS of -the Methodist Has No Substitute"GEM

3.45 Dozenr Church will hold Its regular
Members were asked at this
monthly and
r I IrRobbins' meeting to send boxes
r food to meeting at the church Monday

the needy In foreign countries. afternoon July 21, at 3:3O o'clock.

The meeting was closed with Circle One will have charge of the JEWELR

prayer by Mrs. S. E. Sparks. program.ALYARF / .

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IBITs[ of LOCAL NEWS I Il' i Miss Helen Lucile Rowland Becomes Bride 'I 'I authority. of- New York

Of Dwight I. Marshall Jr. Saturday Evening Pages: From Our Past,I The Council and civic the leaders RecreationalCommittee have

Frank Landrum and Mrs. L. D. Vining returned home T Joined" forces In getting the pro. r r
'n lent 'nst' week-end in Monday after spending a week In (('<,inipllrd. by Dmhly ]). tie I ) Wet Weather Delays ject under? way. r

with :Mr and Mrs. Dublin. Ga.. with friends. She I
,nv" was I t'I' 60 YKAKS .\tiOI Concrete Work I* lll<'lir 1111111'. fill tl>K..l accompanied home
[gogerl by Mrs. I Marguerite Dickens of Marianna ts (From the July 16 18! A1. Issuo On Tennis Courts .
laugh-on IhheC' HUH K.x'h riiiintirr. v".
who will
; remain for a visit. I lof the Siaike Telegrnphi.tawtey ) Iuaruln: ilrni'i, Korh, Uffvntlntiu

'in spend Mrs. W. O. Haile and son, Jack Initial I'.iii. \.. 67B1I.
u' ? ... stepi tn tho construction ."
1 we are Inrurm. Is not .IH.Ir.It. rrru.iOATiov:
Thomson'sml returned : I r
Mrs Tuesday from a week's of the new City Turk. AVI NOTIi'H Tl
s I i, Just an orange section but also a Pratt and AI'PRAU 1.1"1'1 .
I :Mrs F. F. Stump. vacation in Atlanta Ga. r d I Mt'. OK .r.Hlln' \ to: Miixlinlniliai ,
They Center M
roots. > I
M wrn Inxt
i peRro pE'Al'h, anti strawberry section begun Kofti, whtmii HiMrwHM,' alit fen '
tti' H. L. Brownlee, were accompanied home by Miss, "The orange gloves' arc all Friday, with clearing: and preliminary Id'" -nrn. j,,'.* unknown.You .
lien: Alias llodgei Delores Mitchan of Atlanta who t ..tw r I grading .7. M. l uf inn regnlrrd i to nppnnr on
young and most of them now Just ,1l'f8r.I". livfiiro, Aiiitu lilt, IIMT In .the
.i Mary Brownlee remained for a week's visit, coming Into fruiting, snit In the tau Hrndford Knglm-eiInif Company 1"10"iDHtltetl i-illlrt, .and cc use, I
tnimphrey of St. Mr. and Mr!. W. G. }Hail. Jack j i said that u horn. In ,plaintiff seek, rtlvi.rr,
|! nn .'itu,'hll" tho people luivn takenup pouring of con- I l'i, .iilfuril, Oiiiniy! Ti-lBjrrHph. nimlll
pending a vacant Haile and Mlsn DeloruH' :\clitc'hen strawberry growing and plate: creto for the two tennis court pu',11Nh l .. thin. Or J.r In hart foul. ., ,
Beach ; \\ < k ly |HMU"M.U'lniiiKs 1
spent Sunday In
Orlando visiting, ) ,i'\ cl'-oi'' ided! ttuccoxii of it, \vhlt)% the must be withhold pending, favorable \ mr In'nit and nfriulnli"l I :

T. Clark rear Mr. and Mrs. WooUfin< IJ'UJr, :, pe "IK ,u in l already nn assured l weather, i .d il IIIlnrk.... rlori| tide ItxK
Miami dot or .Inly. 1(147.'PMi'i (' .
J m and family. t '
> ,'t 'I' e Installation of other Yaolllllcx I ) \I. "I' \1.\ A. J. Thumt.
'cog a vaca- Mr. and Mrs. X. B. Curtitti of ... 1, \0 i u i I'k u it "lull''nnrt i I ,
Stack.' \\iis! on the nli-rt for the will biy nuule ovor n ,porloil, nf cv. ., ,. ..
father, N. Cleveland Ohio nn r n. cfc
and are spend ? a protection of Ha citizens (during: time (poHHiblv' ri'ni'hliiff into wv : jiihn r J'i.:: :: .I., ,,,:u, ill;..,. HI. Auimu' -
Mi' few ;
old days as guests of Mr. Cm tins''' I n I I .
at brotlier-ln-Jnw and stoles. Mr and the nilit| anyway). .tlnariCt' oral years ns I.ho City's i.immr. i M m.& 7.4 4t T-25 ,
N'o. W HtatodIt shall bi-, permit. Ultimate
: unlaw-I requirement for
i. Beasley and Mrs. W. G. Hai u. II V 01'l4'i1M: r \ 1.r1 :
fill for tho owner nr owners of the four-unit. ami, lit nilillU.m u'i< :V i' ",. ,IB hiifliv./ yflens th/lt '
11 I spent Monday Mrs. Ann Parker has:: accepted( 'the l if, ""',,1"11'0It"' "jt.. ,
i any raw or rows'to allow Mime' to Immediately planned tennis n rr -a of Si III"l
i iltlnx Mr. and a position dietitian I ,, ndeuJ' l U III ,
as at | nliitt
I Camp 101.0..1( I |
ream en r stray at largevlthiit thei board courts'and iii,.i' li> .liulm' lohn. A. H. AlurniKv.
and family Mount -
idby Mitchell N. C., for the '.' i l' I'p'I its limits: of said' town' be playground, will Inrluiio badminton tiniinilcrnlKii.Ml ('I>.IIIIIIKH| |,>".
| the
? t Iw ,"on 1 tho hours of 7:3t:; ) 1 p. m. and) croquet rmirts. concrete roller ') unl dour lit
nf Urn
any. "r G Duncan ,spent' with Eastern Air Lines has been ?r Hiilr' "" Mumlay", lluv II, run to
vlait- A.hlr.to Iho( 1.1.111'-\ bug 1 pool, 1 pliiVKrnuinl apparatusand tin hiKlKxt and, Int buiilnr f ,'I' Immokalee transferred from :Miami U> Atlanta j light of tunnel nthoi.roniiirpH.Approval l nun, the following! ilonrrlbvil 1 ,
I who is Her y a. rapper jersey i-iu' I i in liniiKiM'ri l' .
Kaspar mother Mrs P A. e. ;: r.utnty.
ki'7f I N i lin'it' In \\'I ht "ImInrni l 1 l plans for layout of )'bn,i .lit. i c :: : : I ,
.. : nls month. )Moore drove to Atlanta with her Los ', ,.t Ins, k "< orI..rll.: liana
the' ,
and amber. I the iiin-t comforthoil project wo'rllIbmtt",1, by the ,
\ui Underhill of St.bi last weekend returning to her I'a'Ih 'i \\lih im t.'nonifntH liarutiii .
1 able" gusts I'u..lhl" National I rtccroiitlonul Amioelntlon. : ; .. ni, nnil nppnrtsnan'sa| :i ; : J :
u ,'"' guest this week home on Klngstcy: Lake Monday ,4 + I following f \. KtiiHht) .,
_, -iiiu\ Johns and L. -M. Mrs. Effie Johns and her son FromVorthhtgton Springs we m.Hpi'ctlim by Alan 1. 1 II' Nnws i
are informed that the Indian II. Uunitt, playground mid park W N. Aliin.lv; ; Jr.
and daughter-in-law :Mr. 4-88 21
and :Mrs( a 0 l'oounledunsrs. .
\nit Mr R. N. Griffin of Freeman Johns of Lake City, Mound near there was opened and

i tri. pemllng; this month spent last week fishing at Orange the single skeleton of ft very e, i

I' Santa Fe Lake Cottage of Lake.E. large man WITI found In the cen \\K very Branch of )' t ,

Ip.iitn iohnsI. P. Ritter of Hamlet. N C., Is ter.

.. Edith;( Mosley left Mont the guest this week of his sister, Photo by Hollywood Cnniim, The Hoard. ot County C'om-
r & (lift Shop
"ir New Orleans La., where Mrs. L. S. Hutto. nilnNlom'rt. ordt'rrd an I'liH'tliin INSURANCEIH.

|ii 1111 attend the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest T. Phillips! The marriage of Miss Helen tered with a pnrple-throated or to !M> held oil August: 17. 1KH7to \ 1

iiughicr. Miss Beatrice Moa- spent this week with relatives in Lucile Rowland daughter of Mr. chid.Miss detormlnu the location oaf

i Johnnie Jenks on July 18. Miami. They were accompaniedby and Mrs. Benjamin B. Rowland of Madge Brownies maid of the county site of Hillil Krudford J

., W B. :Mundy and daugh- Mrs. Mae Edwards! who visited Starke, and Dwight I. Marshall honor, wore a Calnesborough ('uun t)'." C. WALL AGENCY

clair Jean returned homev her son and daughter-in-la\v Mr. Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight model of palest yellow marquisette l'ersnnalr. : .

after spending a few: days and Mrs. Joe Edwards in Home I. Marshall of Appalachtcola was fashioned with a low, cir- "Mr. J. >t. Blltch has tho thanks Please, Phone 146 .
solemnized on Saturday evening cular neckline accented with four
l.anta:: Ga. stead.. of the Telegraph for a large de- I

Ir, and Mrs. Sim West. Mr. Sgt. and :Mrs: Norbert Szymczakand July 12, at seven o'clock in St. rows of fragile yellow lace. j llcloiis muskmelon left at our. cottage ,L
Mark's Episcopal Church. The The bridesmaids, bliss Marjorie CONSTANT SEIIVICK OVER 50 YEARS
West of PalmettoIr.
(Mrs, Willie! daughter Sally Ann have returned Wt'dnenday of this week"
and Mrs Ken Stanford ofSm'rna from a two weelts1' vacation Rev. Fred G. YerUes Jr., and the Andrews of Cedar Keys a cousinof i I

I spent last weekend spent with relatives in Milwaukee Rev. S. W. Creamy pastor of the the bride and Miss. Ann Tuckerof Keep on Koo.1| termsllh jourulfe

[ of Mrs. P. C. New. church officiated at the double Appalachicola wore identical jour stomach, and jourronwlenre. (
,: guest Wis.. and Jackson, Mich. ." CLASSIFIED
Sgt. Jack Moser: of Ft. Banning ring ceremony. gowns of aqua marquisette.Miss .

V. S. St. John left Thurs- Ga.. spent the weekend here with Tall vases of white gladioli and Kay Rowland sister of 33 ,.t\US AGO ,

| for Connecticut where she Mrs. Moser who! Is spending the asters were used In decorating the the bride was junior bridesmaid (From the July 14. 1922 Issue of J
FOIL HAt.KKiMiniRlil
| flxturoii Pl>lt HVl.KI' hue, BO-lh.
[spend some time visiting rel- summer at their place on Kings- church altar, and the altar rail and flower girls were Kitty and the Bradford County Telegraph). slur k, u<"."lwlll untl nnuir A & A A-I .nnilltlmi. i I'':. T t'hllllpH ranui'lly, euly. ,
Ellen Sherlock of ..iinh.-MiMti uilJuc'Diil' to I'll IkI'hi'Hlr. I \ .
was banked with white lace fern. Tallahassee The Ht lip f '
y i and friends. ley Lake. country Itself was torn by '\ ... 'Hnr 'nln.' l UpKf

|.\. Pope Jr., of Norfolk Va., Mrs. R. F. Demorest has returned Large baskets of white gladioliwere nieces of the bridegroom.: The strikes. State Guards. were called k'oil 'IIICNT Sj liiry. Ill-room h...... f
ring bearer was Frankle Powerof >lt HAI.K.' no hoiri-r Miintn VaWI.M fiirnlHttiiil, or tinruritlMhwil.. t bathe
beside the two tall
"l-nding a few days at Kings- to her home here after placed out In labor area But thing .
k Km"rut, on Hamilton' Th I lilm, k flow lawn llmiMoimhl. ,
Lake with his family and spending last week In Apopka as candelabra which held lighted Lake City a cousin of the were tranquil In Starke. The new r..h..l! lucid 41 HRl :I mi' :ii I r Him N.. VViilnial r'tt or t '

te and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins.J the guest of Mr. and Mrs, J. C. white tapers at each side. of the bride.Mrs. building< for the Stalks Woman's >'<>ll HAI.M 2 Inn III.. ., rookingflinlnt wilts bout TUN: .Hlai-ka. )

| Davis who Is associated Robinson. She was accompaniedhome altar. Rowland mother of the Club was just completed. It was Hun Min ale npni. .ioil himtr. A "',\ItTM NN'rH FOIl itlaNT1,1.,*.
bride ; Hiniill", nil h"'Llor."y" renaunnl .liiiH., ,'... Mrs. J. t
I the State Auditing Depart- by Mrs. Robinson who will Mrs. Lemuel Colson church, chose a powder blue crepe converted from the old school >l... HK. n i i mil. lt..il Cross ufClimarIt" -*, (:.11 Chi-rry.mo. M. Up 1I.I.lIolt", 711r' t :.

began a general audit of visit in Starke for several days. organist played a program of grown with which she wore white building corner of Walnut and It I

|ford County this week. Mr. Mrs. E. J. Dahmer and son nuptial music preceding the ceremony -! accessories and a corsage of white Jefferson which was given to the poll NA 1.1'7-, : 'MlHuliinnrv at rawberry trIo l< HA roiiBiitr MOrriHtlrully nod| utonalU nw to fill li-u-It, I

has recently completed an Frank left the first of the week and Miss June Patel soloist, carnations. Club by the School Hoard. nlantit. H.:: W. lUlxmin., Ut ml. 2H worth' 1415)) 1'ur.es| (!un-m>'''lr l-
f Htiirkn and amith ufIHniutlnir I
Mrs. Marshall mother of the east *> U nil. for tin sidle, .wain 8 shoal H '
|iment at Green Cove Springs for a visit with relatives in Cadillac sang "Because" (d'Hardelot) and Starke mourned the pawning of lilKhwuy., sip 8-1 while r-niiiiml Kli>rnrii' ell ranv*.

arley Futch of Tallahassee Mich. They were accompanied "My Hero" (Victor Herbert). The bridegroom wore a pink lace I. W. Pinholater who died July 3. 11a Uft. timnt 1.11) Lea)1[ -ft.vutliir t
and of white Foil I4A'.I'1' home <'' | .ptr..u.r.Uhl. pen-oil tureen 11. Clark'aLlioukiililfi
<:ding two.,leeks at Kings. by Mrs. Titus Olson who will, traditional weeding .marche were gown a corsage. car- Mr. FlnTiulHter was born In Georgia tore HlKltwny' 100 il 14 ml.lowur.l I. .....rlll. Mm. C. (\ Ii .
|Lake visiting' his grandpar- visit relatives in Illinois. nations. In 1816 and served In tho l'.Im hit. alp "wynn 114 nil .suet ivf Clerks' IfcoNHrriT \
:Mr and Mrs. C. A. Futch, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin are I bride who was given in Dwight I. Marshall, Sr., servedas War Between the States. Ho had FOIL HA 1,13 Oil TIlADIfl .MOIL C'AT- UON'r Fmtm4T-.rutomnbu. aua-

1C. M. SIstrunk.r. visiting their son and daughter- marriage by her father wore ai best man for his son and been a member of the Legislature TI..M Oil III HIM. --* saddle hiimoil.Hun r/euls.vlli than every, Wednesday,. t MaIi.t1. m atUvaatouk 'j

and :Mrs W H. Nollman in-law. Dr. and Mrs. Carl MendozaIn Victorian-inspired period gown of ushers were Calvin Anthony of and School Board In addition to .I a I"e Htm It.k...Knrlu.I.. on lUmotunThttruNHa 41 H-N- _.!Itny. _or pelt t, ,,

Miss Catharine Nollman left Jacksonville. rich brocaded taffeta. The snug Appalachicola. and Maxie Carter, serving as Treasurer for Bradford\ s. r, JlOWJlI.I": 1I"'rll-' .r t

re.day for Highlands N. C., Mlaa June Patel left Sunday for ly-fltted bodice with Its miniature Jr. County. nit with HKHT...|mr--"1'urnlnhml 1n ntrHnc aporim.nl|and l separate uNllett. Murtliirn. and ll... rill Mtata
e they will remain for a vain New York City where she will taffeta-covered buttons from Immediately following the ceremony ('. L. .'....k announced hitcanilliliwy Ave....th.Hliirk If A.. I'honM Hi'olt, IH sea Tem lip On and l.ulhnr"y Murk Ilimnnv.piers I I .t.I.you.N. t

at their summer home. continue her study of voice. waist to throat blossomed Into a a reception was held In the for :Mayor of Starke, pis ? if mark on Kil. 101). 'Laak; for
'9 Lillian I Service Center where Mrs. Mattie FOIl 8AMO Htmwhurry plunln.Hunm Nlrn. tf |. to 11-1
Stump has returned Mrs. Bertha Pearce Is visitingher voluminous skirt. Generous taffeta while J4ikH..n\lllo HIM pU..dNIabout -- l....
to ant tor
t from a business trip to New son-in-law and daughter Mr. I drapery at the back Joined P. Gahagan presided at the punch what to do with a woman J. 1'ri.vall rouily. HI.I.: now boa 149ANtarke. fort nlwnnd Hnj.VT-a-ro6ni. modarn fur.
cnttnic use
bowl. 7.15< see Stove,
i City. and Mrs. C. L. Hill in Pomona in creating the crisp bustle-like Assisting? serving were hobo. alp nliti'lrln r.frie.raton' l Alan I....
'3 :Marjorie Sue Mrs. R. J. Davis and Misses Janet fnrnlKliml Skin. 0 rent, all j
Middleton and Calif. effect. The sleeves were long and KUIl HAI.I'J' I'ucrlu ltl'i> sweet potitl'i hun.
DeWItt C. Jones and Harold C. .
Anderson Joan Carpenter Ann '. Htiifk Kiirm. Tempi Av 181. Adult*
1 vines Mania )
Faye Peterson .
who are atiig Mrs. C. T. Jones and Mrs I. P. close-fitting and a diminutive col. Wilt Betty Ann Flynn and Mar- Wall advertised their respective mi Ihn..mptnn-'I'hressa| Iliad 41 *-H only t| I

the summer session at the Shepherd returned Tuesday from lar completed the gown's exquisitecut. business of and insurance .
"rsity of Florida spent last Atlanta where they went to attend From her coronet headdress Ian kept Brown.the bride's Mrs.book.James Reddish J. W. Andrews of the FOil IMIIWO YOUIl auto PAII sad wii. lot hav Imninillul a new* FOR SALE.4

end with Dr. and Mrs. W. E. the funeral of Mrs. Jones' fell a fingertip veil edged with Ford place: offered Fordson Trac- ln..,.llnll'in.. A. low .s $41 fill. OVB roNcniiTra l r-MVK nnuan
The bride attended schools In HWrtVICK.
:etoo and Miss Mid- Mrs. wide Venetian lace. She HIIKI'IIKItU) : fur *..1.! .. II.A!( a
Madge son and Shepherd's brother Imported tors for $305.Prraonali Court .t 111..1100.. .lre.ts, I4la.k... SPartmant., t
B .
n. Appalachicola ro n son. and hslhe' t'ompl.t.ly. .rI".h.' ,
,I tf
S. H. Jones. carried a white prayer book cen. ..
Starke. She graduated from Bradford Al i 3 WAIUCIIOIJHKH' fr, aiila.. I

________________________ I ICHKKJ< : Hc-riin" lumbar. food wood ,
- - - ---------------- High In 1946 and for Krua for hail.II" .

the past year has been employedIn John Powell were visitors In Jacksonville : PUOrEKTY 11,i.i''140-1711 inKiii Ins Wlmlowa 1.1 i" la1.11.. KM

NATIONALLY ADVERTISED Green Cove Springs. ( ) Friday. PliiitihlnK; Flttlna.4 I'ly i-otnnl.t.j: Wuuill!
Mr. Marshall graduated from Hlriini Iliillwri; ('''H' lnn KmtlutorM
Mr. and Mrs II. C. Richard of "inn. I Klimrlnirl t Ilnuk Hhnlvna.
the Appalachicola High School In fl. ,.
lail hlvlNi Whlia
Sampson Card Tables Palatka and Charlie Darby of STROUT akwLPA'1'M n...... ramant.
1945 and served two years In the llli.ck. llHlv. llnofinyl' Hand.n. .
JackHonvlllu motored here Tuesday .> ..... .. ... I I'
armed forces. H* Is associated In G. < rrtl r t *- Illorki. all aliiiiai .
ami are guests at the homeof .... .. |ilp atop ilnn'M
ITT < r
r p r r. > o house
piers, '
Double-Braced Steel Legs Continued Top Makes It Eask To business WIUT .hls father In Ap- Mrs. Emma: Richard and Mr. tl.WHt .!.. of Hnmrm K.rm.- Mortar Mix, .HtnvlVtniliiw fimiri; Camanti.11: NncM Palm| '
palachlcola. \......,... n Clean Strong Enough To Stand On Beautiful Colors and Out-of-town guests attendingthe and Mrs. A. M. Darby. w..... Pr.. ....... llnlln*. rompl.teIInup.. l | | Truolc HitulliiK. Mlour

wedding Included Mr. and One note Was remlnlwcnt. of E. A. STROUT RE.tLTYACRNCY on Hkll'Hitw/ "*w. ,,
i.tii'M roa miMI. lion
Designs To Select From Colorfast Burn Resistant 'Washable Mrs. Hugh Havens of Gainesville the prexent day-Thn Red Represented I...M'ally lly flown I2f m'>. In city llmlta.llflAI up. no

('1'.11' In training 117 blind veteran F. C. IIOIXINOMUOIITII errs. KII11.'Os'rltAlrrlqi.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Powers of ).fOI 1.""'''''NhIe: : 11119 TO.fh .
Tops. Lake City. Mr. .and Mrs. R. C. In useful work." 116 So. Walnut St. J. Mmmrtrm Rdwa:; .... _. ..(

Hancock of Gainesville Mr and I
'. .
:\frs. DeWItt Marks of Appalachi Pine Level Church VIATTBKHHKH sated;; furniture of all upholstered kind. r and no- HO WM. 1.11(5K.ANIS; ,

ManY'Bargains 95 Innerspring cola. Mr. and 'Mra. John V. Sher- ...tlnt.h..... Limp u. a card. 1.f'.KV.U I:"" '11. W H rot MlTllrl
Will Close Revival \ M / c' M MtlKJtlMM"
$3 lock of Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. ( l.ln'IKII: "";'.0"' .
ate, Palatka. Kl*
I Not Mentioned MATTRESSES W. L. Marshall Sr., of Tallahassee With Basket Dinner I 4'I/YMIIII.1.5-/lev.r.m.a/_

Mrs. Tommie Tucker ofBlountatown 1"0ft" 8AI.B-.-A t-rootn house, III ..,... a.... ...........
39.50 and Dolphus Maxwell The splendid revival being conducted nor K land ulA l. a '!uerii".y cow, 4- twill.m Nraad sew. well
In ntontb heifer. 1-yr. ei'I l nnl-
This Ad of Appalachlcola. at the Pine Level Baptist for. l-yr, old .bull, a "..1..1' of I .4r.KariialK.. TSle .. a ....
After a brief wedding trip. Mr fruit true*. I2SHO cash or trm. .!._ nil l. 4M
Y Church will be closed Sunday, (:'hu. O'Ntil, Ht. I, lientC\ Van ran atfurrf. bar
and Mrs. Marshall will b.. at hometo twwt.y' 4lp 7.25
July 20.( A basket lunch will be I a ,...'.. aapylr at tbla
friends In Appalacblcola. hew. prf.. W* ....*.
Electric Irons ISM'ItANI'/J-1/ writ a llniflr '
Automatic enjoyed by the congregation at ., aiilwmolilliliability' and be". lutes. ..... b.
I ... .... .
raaaa aaly
for insurancenr.1
llf* feiii
St. John Monday
Stephen left and will at m t your
baptisms" begin .
noon l.A. N. l>. Walnwrlcht' Jr. UIUait .2.... ... pairLIn1RM
by auto for Darien Conn., : C.II street l-hon 164. If
Tennessee Proctor Automatic 7:3O; p. m. _
Valley Assn. 1'/11R/IU.Lq: Hraa4arm. I
where he Is employed. marked I..... ........ well tallara4
.' Also Steamomatic Irons J. If. Dupre. J. C. Hoover C. H. The revival by home- <.!!.. pl.. Hark klaarotor.
Arvin ( 1..w:
Automatic \ : .
) Nasworthy and A. J. Thomas coming and opening services for Irfral Kami*
.. .
relay plralrtalaM 'r b.a.
members of the Starke Rotary the new church building has been AsbestolineSEMIPLASTIC .......-. k. ....<. far .... ..-
......,' law. p/r..1.
Club attended the testimonial well-attended and ha presented .l.uit. p... pal.

dinner in Jacksonville WednesdayIn a number of visiting evangelists, IIIOKS U.......... ....1... '
honor of S. Kendrick Guernseywho pastors and speak en. bud .. .

Console Radios $ 44.95 was recently elected president Among those who have shared ROOF COATING w..5'- .a' sit...... .t,1'

of Rotary International. the pulpit for the cause of thegood ........ ...... ,
Miss Elma Lee Hickey spent Ilually --

(WE HAVE SEVERAL LEADING MAKES TO SELECT FROM) last weekend In Green Cove K. R.! Christian Bower, evangelist gospel are, the of Rev Milliard .Iarlrkl........ w11k brews 1NIII.

Spring M the guest of Mr. and ... '-.
Automatic Storage Cabinets For Records ( ; Rev. R. D. Ingle and Rev. A Super-Grade ....n I. ....
Record Changer Mrs. George McCaffrey. It.... 11I.11'
Q. E. Hodges, of Jacksonville ,...... ... '.. .
-! ( < fo lk .e....
Plays 10 Records Without Stopping Finished In Mahogany and L. F. Chapman superlnten. Protective MaterialFor a... ,........ |....*. a/._ SV* <. I*.
Recent Birth dent of the State "...'. .t... tw I;*. e.IIiIb..
and Wheat Long Range Radio Reception. Prison RoofsGUARANTEED ...... faiallr at Ibis. l..v ......
Reported at Shadycrent Hospital The general public In Invitedto Oaly ....M '

!: Join In the continuation of the SURPLUS f.OOUS; CO.

The Low Price Console Combination Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Le ervices through this weekend ArmA lavy ai.rMJ .

r, Starke girl (ConnieLynn and to attend the old-fanhloned K' ..'.r.,tll "<. .... I-j/a0 ,
.....-."..... .. ......
)) July 9. basket dinner and baptism on $3.95For

You Have Been Waiting For Mr. and ),[rs. James B. Bridges. Sunday., V OIl humor HALK T.:"Tnl/lit-top 1.'. Oawford! oil, rang.4 ml'i.e\ ( .

Lake Butler boy, July 9. 5 Gallons I ."iit im llnlfor.l .1...... lip 1.'"

Mr. and M.... Louis Crews, Ladies

IT.S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT Starhe, girl (Sandrall Lee), July Auxiliary i foil. r.A/.o..,.New* ooote Perfection steed: ba<8-l.

,12. room atilt: on. '.U ..... Phone i
The Ladle Auxiliary of the or are J. Mr.emut at Htala Varm.HP. t
FURNITURE CO. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Grtffls, Presbyterian Church will meet Darby Bros.
JOHN H. DENMARK Starke. girl July 15.
Tuesday night at 8 o'clock at the i roil HAJ.K-Whit/ ..hblt.... Inuulre
Mr. and Mrs. L. ...,,'.
McHuchea. home Wf Mrs. C. J". Ward. Mr*. STARKE FLA. : l' l r nary. Hrt Mtarka. lip
FLA. Starke girl July !..
STARKE R. P. StabMn win have chargeof I FOR rlAl-B Itan Cb.*rolt.
PHONE 151 Mr. and Mrs. OuT Lee Pollard Tru'. -\.. Viral, r'.*. condition. T. ,
and devotions
SUrk. girl (Dotty Sue). July 1C the program' I N. hUard. Waldo, ria. asp }.]'

tli t

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Y . . . In Gainesville Tuesday afternoon a business trip. Kid Wells Meets Sistrunks Store the Park next Wednesday and Zasu Puts. H'- d Qs
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Mann of Thursday. Andy Russell
of ,
Mr. and Mrs. Truby Dyal Spikl
Brooker Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie :Ocala were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Battling BrownIn To Have New Front Friday and Saturday, July 25: His City Slicker. Janet

Johnson of Lake Butler were!,H L.. Johns Sunday. Arena FridayLeRoy are being 26 the Park hag a real treat in Cole Trio. The and thl
j''' By Mrs. T. W. Markey Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mra. Carl Nettles and Further Improvements store for radio fans of the Tom 'second stun
1 . . . completed this week at the on this double feature
Birt Stokes. son Elfert were in Gainesville (Kid) Wells, 130-pounder bID
Slstrunk Feed and Seed Store, Breneman "Breakfast )n Holly Johnny Mack Brown 111
Mr and Mrs Guy Harrelt and Pitt Baxter made a business Saturday on business.Mr. from Pittsburgh and "Battling: West Call street, with the addition wood" radio program. The film Cowboy Joe", In
:Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edwards/ and trip to Alachua Monday.Mrs. and Mrs. R. B. Andrewsand Brown, North Carolina, weighingIn of a second plate'glass window version of this popular feature
'? Rosa Pin holster spent partof Mrs. Delia Thomas of New at 142 pounds, will provide the and a centrally located door: will be shown, starring Tom him Fresh stork of ,
son, Gene, spent part of last weekat last week In Gainesville with River were visiting Mr. and Mrs main event of the boxing program way. self and a strong cast including I writer ribbons at COIIt.UfII\\
Salt Springs. Mr. and Mr Lee Green. Raymond Brown Sunday. scheduled for tonight (Friday) Bonita Granville, Billie Burke, GRAPH. T8I
Installation for the store's new
Miss Lubedla Plnholster and Mrs R. A. Colson and small Quite a few farmers are working at the Stars and Stripes arena Bradford .
? 7 Baxter made business front are being made by the
George a Lake.
r1tpti tobacco this Kingsley
children of Starke were visitingMr. year. .
{ 1"f, t trip to Jacksonville Friday.Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson Mon. Betty Johns Is absent from The additional Incentive of free Engineering Sistrunk firm Company.The recently Increased | DUPLICATE KEYS MADE
and Mm. Royce Galney and day. school because of sickness.LAWTEY. admission expected to draw a floor with additionof I
( 1 two children of Jacksonville were T. Stewart large crowd of fight fans to the space WE ARE DEALERS -
Mr and Mrs. E. were The IN
store site.
r 'i, { r y y weekend guests of L. R. Gainey. In Gainesville Monday. . . . open-air ring: In "Boomtown," on enlarged an adjoining front will offer two windows FISHING LAWNMOWERS

i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy Mr. and Mrs. Reecy Holden of Blanding Road. The show beginning of equal measurement on TACKLE MODEL PL'-18
4 and children of Starke were visiting relatives at 8:30: p. m., will offer both
4,/ Santa Fe were visiting either side of the main entrance.
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hardy amateur and professional scrap BICYCLES TRICYCLES
here last'week.Mr.
By L. H. Futch To'\'s

,, :' .. 4 Friday Mrs. afternoon.Winfred Hazen and children Beach. and Is Mrs.visiting Guy Mr.Long and of Vero Mrs . S . the pens Army Including, Navy representatives, from Jacksonville of "Michigan Kid"With BICYCLE and,

',i' of Gainesville were visiting E. C. Long. FIRST P.T.A. MEETINGThe and Atlanta after languishIng Star Cast ACCESSORIES WHEEL GOODS GUIEs
relatives and friends here Sunday Lawtey PTA met last Tuesday locally fog many years, the

7 f aa'i' afternoon. . . s a at 3:30. This was a called fight game was returned to the Coming To ParkRex BIGGS & BAKER 105 West Call Street
''tM Miss Mary Jo Green spent last meeting and was the first of the Kingsley Lake ring July 4th by STARKE, FLA.
''t +v week In Palatka with her grandparents New RiverBy year. After the reading of the Promotor Charley Harper, with Beach's "Michigan Kid"will
"Ifs, ,' Rev. and Mrs. '0. E. Me- minutes of last meeting and thetreasurer's the appearance of Wells and Ben open the week of entertain
4, Gauley.Mr. The School report the bills were Curly. ment at the Park Theatre whenIt

and Mr. Herchell Layfield . . 5555 audited and ordered paid. The Wells giving a margin of 59 arrives Sunday for a three-day Expert UPHOLSTERINGSLIP
Jon Hall, Victor _
and children of Gainesville were New River School opened Mon- PTA bought plates for cafeteriause pounds to heavyweight Curly, wasko'd run.McLaglen Starring, Rita Johnson, and
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs and a committee was appointed in the second round of the
day with an enrollment of22\ Andy Devine, this actlonfllleddrama COVERS NETIAN BLINDS: .
Newn Mott Sunday. to buy some Oliver for the July 4th event. It was, however,
:Miss Lubedla Plnholster andMrs. children.M.. L. Johns and son, M. L. Jr. cafeteria. The treasurer collected his first knockout In more than one of America's Is from the most fertile beloved pen fiction of MATTRESSES New and Renovated CA .

;i:" T. W. Markey were shopping were in Jacksonville Monday on the dues and 35 members paid for five years of competition. The writers VAS AWNINGS 'Complete or Recover
+ year. The next meeting will veteran lightweight received
be held on Tuesday August 13. plaudits of the holiday crowd for "Madonna of Calvart the Seven and Stewart Moons"with i Drop Us A Card And We Will Be Glad
Ai' I This will be held in the eveningto ; tackling the heavyweight Curly. Phyllis
yf give more parents an Granger, and "This Love of Ours" To Give You An Estimate
oppor The Stars and Stripes boxing
with Merle Oberon, Claude Rains,

r' **;, I HOOL tunity to ENROLLMENTOur attend. ly show attraction promises, with to become plenty of a! week-fight and the Charles mid-week Korvin double will feature comprise at McGriff f BrothersGainesville

+ "14 $ school has a record enrollment ers available for local competition I

I Iu' !T! 324 pupils this year.This l la We the now greatest have Jacksonville among of Starke servicemen, Green Cove representatives and- CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION Corner South Oak and East McCormiP.

u' l ''i 4til number we have any record of. O. Box 549 Phone 10:M"THI3

I. :Mra: G. W. Roberts, the president l- Employers UrgedTo
*(* i appointed a nominating committee
: consisting of :Mrs. Joy Hire VeteransOn F :r
I II Futch, Mrs :May! Moore and Mrs.
Jobless List
I:Mary Dinkina to report at next II I
II meeting.A I
Employers In Bradford County
parents were I
are urged to make a special effort -
to employ one or more vet 1
JOYNER'S MARKET : Rev. C. B. North and L. H.
erans registered for Jobs with the
Futch attended district
a meeting i
Florida State Employment Service -
$ ,+ 44 223 S._ WALNUT ST. STARKE, FLA. Church:: last Thursday Mrs Helen Hodman man- The Premium Ale
ager of the E. S. local office maile i
Mro Pearl Heln of Tampa is the appeal for employment at the Popular Price rJ
n visiting I her mother, Mr. E. Griffin ofj
veterans In connection with release -,
lS ::l this week.
6' t of monthly data on the employment i TLANTICufmoUie .,'
( t11 4lre Rev O. V Lee, pastor of the situation in the area including i ,
r ,. I oral Baptist church la' conducting Job opening, applicants PHARMACIST

." -, -- revival meetings at Hope BaptistChurch amt, payments of unemployment I I
r << "
:: at Theressa this week. full of Good Cheer
,, s'V tt'' FACTORY PACKSUGAR I The Woman's Society of Christian and / veterans. readjustment compensntlon. Phone 64 STARKE

-GOOD BEEF- :: Service met at the Methodist On"ihe-;llinit' Service
: Church last Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Rodman said that during' '
June 101 veterans for
Mrs. Rosalie McLeoil and two x y
7 Round or Loin children spent the weekend at work and that employment was 0tt p tt
z1LLDag 45c ;their: home In Lake City. found for 89 of whom 3 were dis ,

: Steak .49 abled. The total number of applicants 4 ht1
+ ; rr .U ATHLETESFOOT GERM registered for work at the .
1 1'r .
+ ''r p J DIXIE LILY r' .. ,. o. beginning of July at the Starke
4{ HOW TO KILL IT. office was 92, including 73: vet-R Mothers !

1< < Meal or Grits Brisket .25CHUCK IN ONE HOUR, trans-8 lower than at the begin.i
IT NOT PLEASED your SBc beck ning of June. i
Sreb Ask any drugnnt for this STRONG I TELEPHONE 52-J ;11
i uu run yield*, TE-OL. Made. with BO perMnf "Our Florida Veterans", Mrs,,
5 lb.. bag 42c ii aDd alcohol kill .MORE It PENETRATES.arms lasts Reach-Today I Rodman pointed, out, "did a magnificent 0 For The Finest rJ
at Job during the war. The
., i. ROAST .39 I mfit C.tN'OVA: PHARMACYrouu: least they can expect Is a Job Diaper ServiceThat
'"9I i'"tip'" j' I ALL, TOILET during peace. These veterans dislike ALL MAKES r
having to depend upon the
th SOAP3reg.bars BONELESS Readjustment Allowance claims. Work guaranteed Modern Science and
l They are strong resourceful and '
Stew .45 I many possess high skills! Theyare Quick ServiceEASTERN Research Can Produce
.29 O1 n eager to( get back to gainful AUTO
; employment -" "
ttm Job applicants In the local office SUPPLY We Furnish; Hospital Clean, Soft Sterilized
?' WAXTEX Smoked Tender include professional and managerial -, STARKE. FLA. j Diapers Anti-Odor Metal I Contalner-

;la + Cottage Picnics ;; 1, clerical and sales 13 Two Deliveries Each Week.
service 9. skilled 22, semi-skilled I -
,. ,, ,
Paper 55c lb. 28, unskilled 11 and agricultural "
C? I TfIEWAYWEDRESS 8. The most significant of vet- WATCH All This For Only A Few Cents A Day
FRESH DRESSED eran applicants by individual occupation Deserves the Best
125 ft. roll 25 Fryers lb. 65c OUR DINNER are found in sales persons -'
I truck drivers
k hf V ,. ,. Ij )
't ; -" " r. j and construction helpers. {j IEDEt\ )\ rrs.f .

", 4't Call 159 For Free Delivery And Prompt HILL'SCOFFEE Employers are asked to com- (
municate with the Starke
Service. Quality Merchandise At The SHOP : officeof ')
Florida State Employment
j'' Lowest Prices. 151 WEST CALL ST. :Service:! located at the Armory and ZUatclREPAIR ''V \ _ec L 5Jr.rri

: STARKE. FLA. open Thursday mornings, or telephone ,
; Gainesville 1278, to arrangeto
1 give Jobs to veterans or other '
Trustworthy Service
unemployed. Job applications

'w 4 Why Buy Your Gas Tank & Equipment ? will be taken at the same office., Harley F. StrongCAMP _.. ; .- .-.-

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nLANDINO JEWELER ..___'0 -"_
Surely\ should you buy any part of it, when your PYROFAX OAS SERVICEwill For stamp pud, stamp pad{ SINCE 1941
furnish it all to I Ink, rubber stamps dalert.
you complete including the upkeep of it as long as you use nuni-I
PYROFAX GAS. PYROFAX (:\S SERVICE: Roes even farther by /giving. you a I berers see Tho l'EI.I:GU.-\PII. 137 Went Call St. 1 -t S -V

contract guaranteed} you /gas. service at all times, and mind you this service is .
+ l backed by one of the largest organizations of its kind. +

y t( t Ask any one of our hundreds of users if they have had to do without gas at any Insulation BoardIn I ty !

t .$ t + time, even during the emergency periods of the past several winters when other

+ as gas Her>lces were unable to give service for weeks. And incidentally the price
k'5"' has remained: the same a* before the War in spite of increased costs. 8 Foot & 10 Foot Lengths

Your PYROFAX GAS SERVICE /guarantees. that you get 100 percent measure by ...
t 1t weight. You know what you are getting. Your Pjrofax Gas Service gives you a

k $ : a uniform fuel at all times, free from soot, smoke or odor. No readjustment of ROOFING 45, 55, 65, 90 Lb. -I
burners time get a
every you new supply. _

',, ; ;+ Our Men Ice personnel is especially trained and equipped to render you a service SHINGLES, Thick ---3 Colors

', that is safe and efficient, and a trained delivery man works your territory no
leas than twice each week. Every installation must be a !safe! installation and ac OIL RANGE, 3 Burner With Oven
cording to the code of the NATIONAL HOARD OF UNDERWRITERS You are KEEP YOUR

t protected against damage from negligence. or faulty equipment. There is no Tricycles
I ,, z safer way known thap that employed in handling of PYROFAX GAS. Wagons -_ Baby Strollers CLOTHES FLOWER FRESHIn
1 p r Sure. WHY SHOULD YOU BUY ANY PART OF IT EXCEPT THE FUEL YOU ASBESTOS SIDING Johns Manville summer odorless dry cleaning H: most t

a 1' I ACTUALLY HURN. or be !satisfied! with anything less than PYROFAX GAS important. xOur careful, conscientioU9workmanship'

ir4 SERVICE? We invite you to make a careful comparison point by point. Call TARPAULINS 12x14 and 12x16 plus modern cleaning m1! ?'
i us, or see our representative. ods assure you that your wardrobe will be

clean and fresh ready for instant v.ear.
And remt'mbt-r-the expense Involved In ordinary gas Installation will pay for :MANY OTHER ITEMS OF Call 135 today.
,,MS's ti PYROFAX GAS SERVICE a mighty long time.. Get; the facts and figure it out

,a4 1, 5 ,: 7 tRt ; for yourself. QUALITY HARDWARE\

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4 PHONE 133:

Trenton Hardware & Furniture Co. Inc. ROUT. nJ.I. 31-

Farmers' GREEN, f Temple
Phone 3391 DISTRIBUTORS Trenton, Florida [ SupplyMIKE Owner (



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Members Illustrated included control of termites -:Two FFA MembersAt Waste Fats Needed I :11.1 community center. "Present' ''I'of livestock and hut, hers in this siblemore, reliable" comparisons of

aU and the technicolor subject, Planit was asserted "make vlcintt>' (prices, at different markets All
L y Movies "Grow Your Own", on gardening. Forestry Camp For Industrial Use the Starke club. one nf the most Grading n- differed from judging < Interested persons are Invited toattend.

. ", turns concerning The motion pictures are being Basic training in woodland protection \V. Averell" Harriman, Secretaryof |I active for its size in the State" Is a very definite procedure .
and the basis allI\ '" ,
swan upon which VI'-
,rsl topics win' be provided the farmers' organization -I and management was received Commerce goea women to .
? agrlCUI' Singing ConventionThe stock Is purchased by t the -
mernb,'" of the Brad- through the county agent'soffice this week by Harry Green, continue saving coolUnn fat. lit I
? buyers and moot of the smaller dune to tin llriulford" County
a statment released last week by
and their faml- son of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Green, Bradford County Singing
irm Bureau The American Fat Salvage Committee onelf.I'rop.'r. for nfflr I Sup d
President E. L. Crawford and, Telegraph your
scheduled for requests Jogi'phVairen sun of Mr Convention will meet all day on
t the meeting a large turnout for the and( Mrs. N. Warren, both of Inc., he says: grading serves as a pile' ItuMwr band. pencils. carbon -
I, July 27 at the Hoatdraln llaptlst for ..
guide .. .
production and marketing Wehale
August forms
"Used cooking fata have r> pnNr| It-gal;
screened at the Bureau'sg August meeting, which will be Starkp. The young men are local presented Church, southeast of Starke Marcus of livestock
and makes
iel Friday were well re- held in the Court House, begin- students and members of the Bradford a substantial part of our Conner president, announces pos I a large supply.
last,ocal farmers, Topics ning at 8 o'clock. chapter" of the Future Farmers total Industrial fat supply. The that a basket dinner will be served .. --- - r .r.
bY of America. more than 600 million pounds that
and everyone la InvlttM.\
r I Fifteen boys from this section American homemakers have "ave.1 We Deli < I Irr
of the state, selected on the basis land I turned in since 1042 had beenof
Come In And See of their ability as agricultural vital Importance. It U a record,, Livestock Grading rr 6' r r.
I of which every woman who con
students and leaden In the FFA EXTRA SPECIAL!
reported to the opening of the I tributed may well be very proud To Be Demonstrated
Our Variety of Florida Forest Sen'Ice's 13th an- "The United States MiU luck, In GainesvilleA
of fats and oils. Gibbs Soup
adequate supplies
nUB I training camp at the O'Leno I
Recreation Area near High And we are parllrul.uly short uf' \ demonstration in live .animal Q c.
Springs last Sunday The training Industrial fata. Many if not most, grndiiiK will be held\ at the Gaines Vegetable Tomato 1
and Hot \Water all .UMand ui'iir
Stoves ''of the things we
period will clone Saturday. i v livestock\ market on Monday Aspnrugu
industrial fats or
require July UHth.! from 10,30 A1.: until
Well Known Man Felt products of Industrial fats mich\ ) 1 112 00 noun. This ,'vt'n"boultl bl't'xtr.'me ,
'I J,8" soaps, and glycerine. In their of Interest to all ownl'rsI 5c Can ,
Heaters Like Swollen Balloon;: manufacture.

Full Of Stomach Gas..1 "So won't you keep up your I

Recently, a well known ma i I> and Kooit turn work In and every continue possible to pound say FreshVater\ MILK --- TALL CAN .11
$245.00$ \ I
$$89.50 to stated that he used to feel like e L! of used fat?"

swollen balloon after every meal. ll.M.LAUD'S
He would bloat full of gas anc Woman's Club : BREAMand FLOUR S. It. 51bs. .43 .
spit up acidulous liquids for hour:
c;. Made AvailableFor

after stlpated.eating.Thin man Was is terribly one of con th< Civic GroupsDecision PERCH Kraft's Mustard i j Octagon Cleanser J

hundreds in this vicinity who nov
praise INNER-AID. He states hi to make the Woman',! 2 for 15c i 2 for 9c
iil he took this medicine. Now heats lions and Individual was announced ARE BACKAfter WESTERN GRADE "A" MEATS
what he wants without ga: this week" by the organization's I
or bloating and bowels are regular 8 Months
executive board. In a joint statement '
for the first time in yean
He feels like a new man. the board members said r Smoked Bacon lb. .35
INNER-AID contains 12 Grea "This has long been a dream ol I (

Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clea the Club. The splendid use th )

gas from stomach, act on slug,; building can be put to was viel Streak-o-Lean White Bacon Ib. .25
glsh liver and kidneys. Mlserabl I ,
finance and feel different all ovei" \ demonstrated during/ the walt I"f '
ready to stoves people soon
e are now So don't go on suffering! G e t I when the building was leased t< fRl fly LARGE I.b.;: FHKSII Lb.Neck .

18 months. Use INNER-AID. Sold by all drui!Ir the USG" i
water heaters up to I
Weiners .25
Iot stores. (Adv.) Mrs. R. A. Weeks hits been up.I COME!: DOWN Bones .19

Convenient CREDIT PLAN. Weave I pointed housekeeper and catcrei I ? AND GKT YOURS
effective I. It i III announced
bottles and tanks of any size. Also "HIRES A urns fillYB1\-I ;1 that all AugUt organization or persons Liver .35 Liver .55 I
YOU DON'T WANT TO FORGOT! desiring use of the building -

BUTANE and PROPANE Gas. Let us may contact Mrs. Weeks director MagnoliaFish
) by phone 132-J. A smal I J
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables

|upply your gas needs..osier \ charge At the will Boards be made meeting July 1 MarketPhone

with Mrs. R. A, Green presldlnfl California Carrots Sunkist Lemons t
members expressed hope that I II I
2 for 17c Doz. 27c
will be utilizeto 37
Bros. r time the the fullest building extent and serv r ________ ,.,. .r" t

Gas Co. \ Campanella Plans Motion Picture Development '=- t 1:1, :

Mr. S. Capanella, from Cra- Si INKUINCASTIt01.OGICAf.::
149 West Call Street PHONE 150 \' : ; !I. MOTION
ham Florida he visited our IBSt
r. 0. Box 268 Phone 182-W STARKE TAXI SERVIC El I office and he showed to us u 1T' Cumpunellu ho has as ,t.:

n |,very important documents( ____ near as everything' to proceed ., j .I .'
., ,-==--=- and he left them here so I on This motion picture
n / l li tJ/rl/{ n1L't t'MraJ..ura these as/ soon as ho will start, he
A e road it over myself i
.. needs some actors and act- ,
documents it proves they are
Southeast'sFamous reuses und he will train them I
the very important and are from I for the new theory to bo able
Mr.\ Campunella, research
to act in accordance with hU I
which he spent overtwentyfive
Attractions new motion picture inwhich
a I years on ho has a different. Than any
I, These documents they derive other in the market today
P, from a very high personality Mr. Cnmpiinolln ho will use I
i of United States of the two pieces of land, abovementioned
I America inwhich they claim I I t to product this I I
tyt > that this scientific research 'hip kind of u picturu. bird Cumpainella
t i.H a marvelous thing done it. he speaks: threes languages I
i If Mr. Campenella he will perfect ; that he can

Wv I bring this to the public the produce pictures, to send In
'IV SftsRtr *
tvs it, it is a very interesting ten instrument inwhich he
, &" f1 3 fi subject which Mr. Campe will teach someone interested
nella, he can help humanity a to be a musician to play at
EB *rn / lot and it is also very educa The Camoanella Home Near Graham the show

Br '* tional to everyone. We don't I from Chief protocol that Mr. Campanella he had Mr. Campanella he shown
/ ,
'tc} publish all the writing that is of date July 18, 1939 and received from another( very to; me another important document
I Mr. Campenella he have on his Mr. Campanella on his pro high personality of this kind inwhich it will be an-
l/: ____ r possession because' it will bea 'phecy he declared that something of a search, that letter it other TITLE to be Film.

;: I-\\ voluminous writings. But terrible was ready to prove no, Mr. Campanellawith This is another Prophecy
we mention here a few docu break he also mentioned the all the research made made at the date Nov. & Dec.
ments which he received one I[date which was August 31 from time to time he had 1944 and at the name ho describe -
letter of the later President 1939 and on the date August wrote one hundred titles that the exact date when
Roosevelt carry date of February 31, 1939 the second world everyone of this title is a the WOULD WAR No. 2 it r

?" THE PARROT JUNGLE 21. 1933. This is on war it break up, in accordance film ready to perform the will be at end. The date was
I v 5)g On Red Road, south ol I answer to Mr. Campenella with Campanella scientific re same This scientific development set for the month of August
11, Miami. Is an attraction I. that the President l Roosevelt,, search. This indication its it will be very important 1915 and.) the World War it

'i N t 111I 1 f lamed lor Ira color qualili and' i he received a scientific advise come from The universal [ to help children to reduce just End at that time. This
/ Ii plctureiqu. six months before the which and effect humanity their delinquency after seeing document it was Registeredwith
I J : '?N h ii Hen and gaily macaws plumag.d fly parrots lr.. 23 I accident that he as happenedat powers on earth Mr. Campa the show they have learned Return Receipt Request '

4 / I in a tropical jungle! setting Miami. Florida. Here we nella he can prophecy many something about that. ed. The date of the Registration
% + f" Parrot fungi Is worth ",..''jj have also a letter from Mr. months' and many years ahead Mr. Campanella Is a very ; it was Feb. 19, 1945!) ; the
K' a bit' ol your. time lor I Campanella carrying date of of a time what can happen busy: at the present time to Number of the same is 411133

/ JP'i/r lit c .iqht.mg. traveling..njorm.nlwhil. September 2, 1932 inwhich it this is a mathematical construct himself his own which Mr. Campanella he holdin
1'X / / / I describes the case. Here are calculation that he has study residence at Graham. Florida) for the right prove.
a ova I Rome other letters from Dr. many years. At some col he has 210 acres of land and We wish a great success to
J lV*. Southeast's Famous superintendent of public l i diplomas from them several buildings for a different in title after HO many years!!
Enjoy the schools at Edna Texas. Dr. After that he has received kind of business Mr. of Scientific research and

Taylor after having been this diploma he started to [Campanella he will occupy thy sacrifices.
Beet \ reading a voluminous pro- predict from a regular daily house with all his family in This I think it will be a
Regional J) o phecies that Mr. Campanella scientific research of experimental which it consist of hIs wife, good idea for the greatest industry -

he had made and verifies, he work. Done it, and two sons one which is.a doctor here in the Stato of I

claims that Mr. Campanellahe see if this' science it was true the other is a architectalso Florida i where we have every
attention for enjoyment any time, is the ,greatest, astrologist science or not HO every prophecy Dr. Wife and girl. Panorama to conduct an industry .
rs- Worth your is TAX Beer, the Southeast's famous in the world. Mr. Campanula that he has made it Mr. Campanella he also pur- like this one. I hope
every time Drink 01 Friendship. JAX is beer 01 true I the I have on his possession'! also came true and this it is the chased 180 acres of land situate I also: for the people of all. the
Regional brewed to pleaser the dlscrimmatlng !la letter from the chief of reason: why he claim that this: at State toad 200) and Stale to try to co-operate forth
distinction: of the Southeast. Always a protocol representatives of marvelous science which ht 227 this is about 3 miles from r own benefit. It looks
{. ;f tastes 01 beer lovers for our great regional foods, TAX I their Majesty at W.D.C., In- can bring many true facts.' to, the City of Starke, inwhichhe like vse will have a new Hollywood

j I K,1u ffW perfect companion and relreshing by itself. Always !Campa-nella prove the truth. claim that as noon as he near the City of Starke,

II, is equallY satlslying can't buy MM beer =1 any price. 1 Mr. Campanella he have, will finished his residence at CONCLUSIONAll
ask 1 for J TAX, You letters that Mr. Campanellahe it, Graham.Ho this work and business
N. i a.ll'ill", to the King George some other letters will start to build some accomplished, it was done it
$ and the Queen Elizabeth, that .proves that he can eliminate ender the Favorable Planet
they was on danger and he [crimes at list. he can elimin, kind of studio at the new try Kays: from it New Universal
I try to make them understandthat ate a 50 percent of the crimes I place; and he will use this: I Law inwhich Mr. Campa-

something terrible it was in which it can happen this. I ii I building and the land for the I India he have discovered and '

i in the path for a distructionthose universal ,purpose! to the development i he work under the Natural i
sea" two )letters from Mr. always from his! new in-l''Sagacity to a final conclusion. t
date laws that he discovered., I of -his OWQ motion picture
Campanella carrying -s Campanella.:
which the name i.rertlsement i.-*
I 7. and July 3. 1939. The A letter on m y possessiorPaid I t
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1::: Rites of moving/ back to the home place I County's 1947-48 Estimated Budget I Jo Attend Starke ington ?,., InK> =-
Held Friday near Lawtey when the accident Methodist Drive Eleven I ; by 'ihi, rltt

For Horace Norman occurred. (Continued from Page 1)) and Obey M,,,, 'j''I, f:
I and '"
Accident Victim Funeral services were held last I'l.NK AND FORFEITURE; I Guard Camp Wales; and\ ,\I. of

F r Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock at Salary and Fees Prosecuting Attorney __________________ $1,20000 Nets Near $30,000Friends i Lizzie McKu", S 'If!n

tMJh W Horace Norman, 49, native the graveside In Dyal Cemetery Traffic Patrol ----------5*-------h______________ 2,10000 I Mrs. Fronlt J"h"r

# I' of Bradford County and son of, with the Rev Joe Rauleriton of- Fees and Gouts County Judge _________________?_______ 1,800.00 and members of the I Eleven members of the local dale. 3tti

the late Jerry M. Norman of Law-II IC.| flclatlng, assisted by the Rev. L. Fees and Costs Sheriff ________________________________ 5,000.00 Starke Methodist Church had subscribed Headquarters Company, 124th Infantry She Was a

9 In | Hemingway Bailiffs ---------------__________..____________________ 600.00 towarda will attend the National Level m.mb.rot( tilt
tey, died Wednesday. July Reddish, a total of $28,922 School of Instruction to be Baptist (t' ,
Pall bearers P. D. Guard
Sheriff's Commission Fines urch
on Collected -_____________ 600.00
St. Luke's Hospital, Jacksonville Charlie Ganklns, S. D. Phillips Other Law Enforcement Agencies __________.:___ _____ 1,500.00 new sanctuary and educational I held at Camp Blanding August '
k aa the result of Injuries received, Wade Gasklns. E C. Johns, and Feeding and Care of Prisoners .. __ ?_ 1,500.00Guard building when team reports were 1317. Notice I. h., 1' 11'I Po
----- ? ? ------ undersigned "'
in an automobile accident, near Pitt Newsome. at Jail _______________ chalked upon the large wall chart Organized as a five-day centralized noun ", Ka.'d tl
I County ___________________ 720.00 under n t II, II
Melbourne on June 19. I I Witness Fees ____________________.____.?__.._________ 500.00 last Tuesday night. The goal course for officers and !Twin Stnrke! Pines on th, : "erih

I The accident occurred when Mr. Red Cross Finds Jurors Pay Rolls ____________________________.._____ 300.00 sought In the present campaign Ij key enlisted personnel since ,World the camp, and tltlotiB Intend. I.i, ,I I',' Clio,
i3 first to be held War nom hoe
p Norman blinded by the bright School Children Reserve for Contingencies $40,000. Clerk nt the ale,
will be attended by approximately '
light of another car he was meet. II Curd County ( r'q'
Need Used ClothingThe The Methodists are seeking to 800 men from units I WIlllHIll; I c'.,
lost control of his automobile ,
Ing and struck a telephone pole- TOTAL ___________________.___.__________ $15,820.00 erect a $50,000 church plant. A throughout the state. Men attending 'm.!\trH.a, t w'ox T Ia., 'yk.h

lie and his wife were both seriously Bradford County Chapter AGRKJULTCRAL. FUND I little more than $11,000 was already will receive regular Army lit. 2, nx i u. <. ,''I It,

Injured but Mr*. Norman Isj I I Red Cross office Is sending out County Agent's Salary __________________._...___------ 3750.00' on hand at the start of the. pay, Including, travel allowances, 7-J8 4t 8-8 pit

now recuperating at the home of I'an appeal for used clothing. Now I Home Demonstration Agents Salary and Expenses ______ 1,500.00 campaign. This amount was originally during the pel'lod. IN C.R4..r 4'01'11
her brother, O. J, Phillips, In Law : that schools are starting within Demonstration and Illustrative Material _.__.____.______ 400.00 given but for a transferred renovation to pro anew Chief Instructors and assistantswill CEICT: '. FLUnrotl'RIR'O 1 r

4-H Club Camps (Girls) ___________________.____________ 5000 gram waa arrive at Plandlng around Au- Columbus m. i,.,
tey.In the month there Is a great: demand building fund when construction .
addition, to hId widow, Mr. for children's clothing. 1 4-H. Club Ca p3 (Boys) ________________________________ 50.00 experts advised that repair gust 10 to set up the 12 major i'lalntlfr., Def VH ".Ii"||;,, ,". "i'tterland.

daughter / Several schools within the County I Incidentals _____________________________________________ 12 .00 I was impractical on the old sanctuary courses of Instruction that will be AND ORDER OK PI'nLIC7j"
offered under the direction of : TO
have already started and Red Reserve for Contingencies I whose framing Is 61 years STATK OK PlMMI,?'*'
Konvllle. and three sons, W. H. Jr., Col. Harold, Kaney as senior Prooks. !Soutii.l'iii! !:
Groan workers have found '
any old and the exterior 41 old.
Claude, and Donald, all of Miami; years Instructor and Lt. Col. dence and add,. ", ua
number of children\ who were not TOTAL ________-__________________________ :5.873,00: The total amount now on handin ground Crrwe, virgin: ,:., ? 'e *
a a sister, Mrs Carrlebelle Monley John Meyer as training directorof You are ...
able back school thiN fall required .
to go to ROAD ANI BRIDOE MAINTENANCE FIND cash and subscriptions for the August.
of Lawtey, and two brothers, the school. 1917 h I, Ihl
Troy and Leon, both of Lawtey. I because of lack of suitable cloth- Road Tax Due and Payable to Incorporated new church plant Is now $39,922, Court and C'.u. wherae,burt
.eeke '
The Normans" had made their Ing. So If you have any used Municipalities within the County ________________________ $8,000.00 treasurer W. B. Sewell, has an Men from the local company Telegraph divorce shall llhll'b n"drol""r
underwear, uhoes dresseS, boys who will attend and the courses In next four Ihll
t, home in Miami for the past several Salaries for Road Maintenance Crew ________r___________ 19000.00 nounced. will be enrolled under ate as WltneRII my weekly fraui.
they hand
to the
S but in the I pants please bring them The 1st division, headed by MaJor seal at Stark.,. sat' '
were I'1
I years, process Red Cross office in the Clinic Repairs and Upkeep of Road Maintenance Equipment ____ 3,000,00 H. follows: Capt. R. O. Kidd. com- 194?. "Ida thl

building or call us at 74-W and Gasoline and Fuel Oil for Road Machinery ______________ 2.50000 C. Nasworthy, reported the pany commander; 1st Lt. Hugh B. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. I'll,

wo will be glad to pick them up. Purchase of New Equipment' _______________________, -- 9,50000 paign largest, with amount Major during E L. Matthews the cam-, Ingram, transportation officer; By Ae Clerk Lucille of C.Raid Conner Court'D .

Insurance _____________.:_______________________________ 1,00000 Sgt. T. C. Hazen, 1st sergeant; T. Dan Kelly, 'erI18ndl. "a c.
division number 3, running close A ttv. for Plr.
Office supplies| || of all kind. are Timber and other Materials for Bridges and Culverts ____ 10,000.00 second. The leading teams were Sgt. A. U, Crosby, sergeant major; '!'

now stocked at the Bradford Incidentals ____________________________________________ 1,1\00.00\ headed by Captains Carl Johns, T. Sgt. Wm. Drake, master ser-
geant S. Sgt W C. Rhoden, me- 1V.C.T.Iran'l
County Telegraph.DO ;
Reserve for
'- TOWELS 19x37 Contingencies Fred Guy, and E. K. Perryman.
chanic S. Sgt. J. T. Kirkland
4 ;
Mrs. L. A. Davis, general chair Sawmills
:3 for S. R. V. St. nin ti,
$1.00 I YOU KNOW ABOUTROACHES TOTAL ___________________________________ 52500.00 man, expressed gratitude to the supply communications sergeant; Sgt.chief using up logs; nor,, HU!.,M
John Sgt.
i BLACK COUNTY SERVICE OFFICER FUND community generally as well as ; out UHlnic up hiijx and
SLIPS Merrill Edwards, message center r
? Salaries _______-_________-_________________________ 1620.00 to the campaign organization and chief Pvt. M. Hernandez clerk. Have yon one to.paet..,

r t 'I 1'j $1.25 Ea. When you fight roa"h"R y" n Office Supplies& Expenses _____________________________ 200.00 members of the church for their. Regular; Army 1st Sgt. Norbert, (From Florida End 1
try to Ret rid' of them all ft*"'
'. HANES SHORTSFor t lilt: t with kill: the spray few or that duet 1 you 01, tiuii can Reserve for Contingencies ______________________________ 12.13 support: of. the new church plantenterprise. Szymczak wil serve on the camp

Men walk Into a puwdurby accident< TOTAL ______________-____________________ $1,83216HOSPITAL Due to the large number of staff. LJREE
AM Sizes 75cUNDERSHIRTS K-3-D members and friends away on vacations
It was voted last I Rites ThursdayFor
BOtCH KILLIR: Hospital Expenses for Indlgents ________________________ 2000.00 night
the workers to continue the
4 by Mrs. Arie Brown
" tI IS DIFFERENTItnnrhes : It was therefore resolved that the Clerk of the Circuit Court be until
TMr campaign informally
45c: Ea. It
slit bcrauM like
It. They dry up" and)
GIRLS SOCKS .and to. I use psis.15c .Nun-pulMunoun- ,, to men County Commissioners published in a newspaper in the County by one the congregation from time to died suddenly at her home here

2 for 25c and 25c Pkgs.at Insertion; and a copy thereof, properly certified, forwarded to the time I Tuesday, July 15. A lifelong

Comptroller of the State of Florida The church building committee, resident of Bradford_ Countv... _she__ ASR

j was born July 24, 1878, daughterof
Boys POLO Shirts anticipates beginning operationswhen
Sistrunk Feed and the late Sam and Cinderella HOWDY FOLKS: Theo" ,
de 1.4. Red Sox To Meet favorable building conditions
55cMen's Club Brooks MoodY Her husband was nonic very wonderful *,
" Ir l Seed Co. Country Macclenny Team return, possibly within 18 months. the late Henry Brown, of Starke. who rouldn't! tell a lie Itt,

? DRESS Shirts STARKK.: FLORIDA The proposed new Church plant Funeral services were held at tried but they sure" .mia .

aW4 Sz. 11-16 1.25 I Ir Milt, b,. Mi-l'h.ll. Vln I'rmlurlaOrlnmlo. Plans Here SaturdayThe will have a modern, adequate, and'I 3 p. m. Thursday at the Pine Ho the minute It rime

ReopeningThe beautiful sanctuary, equipped to Level Church, with the Rev. W. their husband's tongue
t Girls PANTIES I Starke Red Sox and Mac comfortably seat more than 300 E. Hall as pastor. Interment was S e .

2-6. 7.12 35c recently revived Keystone clenny were rained out Sunday worshippers, Including a small In the Brown Cemetery. Pall Mistress: "Did you mailJt.ttf'r
afternoon after three and a half
CHVX-L.ET3 balcony. The completed Church bearers were Gilbert Brown, J. C ?
Club will have
) F Girls SHOES flv ,Jmiui M, Smith Heights Country Innings of play. The game was I School plant will wee for: the Sapp, Chester Moody. Laurie McKinney 'Maid: ""'l'M, nin'mn.
Its grand "re-opening" Saturday developing Into a good ,
classroom and assembly needs of Mistress
pitchers'I! Seebern Moody and : "Then ally did
1.25Ladie. afternoon, July 26, according to duel between Jimmy a modern departmentalized Church Thomas Gill. bring bark the three crab

an announcement yesterday by W. pitcher and Finley, Macclenny tos-, School. The present RecreationHall Mrs Moody Is survived by one Maid: "I Just slipped till

SHOES t L. Reynolds, president of the or ser. The only score was made by, where so many civic functions daughter, Nona Dyer of Fort tfr In the box: when n
,1.75 e ganizatlon, who Issued a cordial Macclenny when Rhoden, first are now held will remain "
y Myers, three sons, RaLford. of Watt looking:
' .4 lTtt invitation to all citizens: of this man up, reached first on an error'l unchanged for at least the tin.u Plant City, Raymond, of Wprth-- C e e
stole second and
Girls DRESSES and surrounding communities to came being. But that maid I nan nt
take part In the event and become the only hit let up during the
Sz. 2-1 t,25Girls' worse than the man who!hi
members of the club. abbreviated contest. Correspondence NOW he can Blip by without

DRESSES State Treasurer Ed Larsen, a The two teams will square away IV COt r.TIT'VFV, FLORIU4 rot RT. tin IN DFORD t'11.\5. a pleasure with an1NKOGRAP Ing Ills. car and, changfni

Hz. A-12 1.45 former resident of Keystone again this Saturday afternoon CRHV.Waile regularly just because! ic
Heights will make the main address at 4 p. m. on Bradford Field. C'niwforil. Plaintiff, VP. .Leonie comes to inspect It.
crawfor l Defendant.
Cn. Xo.
Men's Dungarees of the ,afternoon. Fans are urged to attend this 6708. The folks who come brie
first Saturday afternoon ORDER OF PfBWCATtOV 'ENCIL! POINTED FOUNTAIN PE for oil and IlIbt1raI
SB. '29-31: 1.50 Reynolds that the club'sgolf contest 1' AND NOTICE TO APPEAH ularly
"f the
Either Jim
r G I yy course unused for the past STATB OF FLORIDA to: Leonie Your writing can be done tell ua that we add nuH
a ll or Jake Keene will handle Crawford, whose residence In.
Ladies DRESSES seven or eight years, has been re- the known. un- more easily-the) 14 kt. miles to their driving pin
conditioned and la now attracting pitching assignment for i I' You: are required to appear on solid gold round, smooth
d I 1.95 ., fys quota of players from Starke I and, Macclenny will probably send Court August: and 18, 1947 cause, In, the wherein above named ball-like point glides GULF OIL TRODUC

aGSt ,,, and other surrounding towns. their best toastr to the mound. I tiff iieekn divorce. Bradford County plain over paper with the Washing Polishing
roan n.va I N Skeet In last week's write up It was.tsted < Telegraph shall puhllnh'' thla Order smoothness of a soft GreasingTemple
shooting equipment has also I In next four weekly ,Inane lead pencil
# "UH llf 'WIST r.n 55 4V Tills" Ii 4s' been Installed that the Sox were ending' WltneaN hand
and Is my and officialtl
NICK'SBargain popular attraction.The proving a their eight-week home stand. 13.. ,1547.nFi"ICIAL" Starke, Florida, thin July ,.".., red mailffl $<> & Lake

STARKE DRY CLEANERSAND big event 26 Some fans have misinterpreted SKAT.: ) A. J. Thomas, rJtn Station
on July will I
Service !
this to mean that the Sox will not Aw Clerk of said rourt
i,4r LAUNDRY)\ be climaxed by a supper to beserved "V I.uHII" <'. Cnnner D f*
i1 appear here again. this season on D K Knight, Starke. Kla. Phone 179
a I by a' committee of
rHOHI 2t CHEN IUHDINC stone ladies to all who attend. Sunday afteinoon. The team plays [ Atty. for Ph?. T-ig 4t 8.8 County Telegraph .
r away for the next three Sundays
e i
Prizes will be awarded In the
golftournament '
1 '"""1
and returns to Starke on August "
and skeet shoot which
10 for a /game against Cross City. tMYOU'LL
main sports events ,
during the afternoon. A mass Other home games have been SAVE MONEY AT
scheduled on
following Sundays
meeting will be held at 5 p. m. for'
N-OT-I-C-E I the purpose of reviving interest in CIS:

et wht'p ; the club and Its facilities. New Lion Officers TRUCK ( J

I Handing the various committees Formally InstalledFormal HEADQUARTERS
In charge': of the July 26
p '{ The Law Requires events are: Bill\ Whlteslde and Installation of Lions

t, I V. II C.irrndlno. golf committee; Club officers for the ensuing year

( FrankViiliiith., Jr., and LlnUsoyVnlkcr 4 wns made Monday: night with In-
I The Western Union Office i \ skewt. committee; and lin.lion of th? n,'"-. president, .secretary WITH. a a yt

{: :Miv, Hill Whlteilde! chairman of t' eiiiniuir' | one-year

i j the dinner committee, tot'tin d'rortois

To Be Open In nniimmcing, the reoprn:ng of A. H Hnjirr I 1".1 merchant who

.... I the club President Reynolds saUI."After wn sleeted proxlilent, Mominy:
Four Hours On Suncli\ "".* I nil, the club Is locntoil In tune !f*. ,,'n.* InHfnl'ed.! n,>> were R
Pradforil: County and we want
;you N.' Munilurff, newly-elected sec-
. I
w Np people ti> feel that It la your own.T eta ry. And L. F' Plnftlns treasirir. -

To i I brhrx, w M have the opportunityto New director
Comply to serve for 1IA
( btuM II real asset to the c<>rani 0 i", :V"''''. arc (i. J. McGrlff and
unit v. and \M Invite all of you 1 i..i'V Houston! .

With This Law ; to attend the meeting and cun- J UV 'nur'pht!; and S. n.

i Mer I ei'ummjr nu-mbers." ..T..hn| .II'. ant ? 1 the second year r S u. !% a eX'aR:tt

The dill) him :CO members at the. of their two-year term a* dlrec-
; We Will Be Open From present till 1\ tol1UE .. ?

5ti 4I
9 toll I OXI.V 1'1.\.'01' OF ITS HIM= I.V= 'tHK T.\TJo: _
a. m. a. m.
a i MOST r.>'cm'-rui.\= <; TO IHILI cm KKP.VIK: WHATEVER YOU : I

? r E'' i ''aL.'- And From 4 p. m. to 6 p. m. Ready Mixed!! Builders Concrete ((1 LI ustJ I HAUL OR DELIVER rr'rI

ti W''i'i '. Each Sunday Concrete |II| Supplies |II II.| Clocks You'll be ahead with T'

; trucks that fit your job

I Dozier & .a :;.r'Rl71rG"truck! ( .
i Gay 7'i i( ..:
+ During these hours ice llilllare a graduated I '

j j registered pharmacist on duty to ; Ready Mixed Paints t "1r.Z

rya 4 fill your prescriptions and take care of I' !

y your drug needs. 1 I IKOCH'DRUG


ktl Now In Our New Larger Hull.Knc: To Better Serte You. .IJ

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p. o. Box: 69

i'' 600 Temple Aye. Phone 69

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EIGIIT -- _ _ _ _ _ _ -V-- V --'--=----

.!.' .: Rites- V Held Friday I'' of moving back to the home place J County's 1947-48 Estimated Budget Methodist Drive--- I Eleven To Attend Starke Ington; Springs by, thl. !=Fait-,-

1 near Lawtey when the acrnli'ntoccurred. and Obey &II'.I), 'era '

I For Horace Norman I (Continued from Page 1) I and Barm' e ,

Victim Funeral services were held last FINK' AND FORFEITURE Guard Camp Wales; and >, .\1.i' ,t
Accident Nets Near $
/ f I Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock at'' !Salary and Fees Prosecuting Attorney __________________ $1,200.00 $30,000 Lizzie McKIt1l', '!1571

this graveside In Dyal Cemetery Traffic Patrol > ___________ 2100.00 Mrs. Fronle tarkt
W. Horace Norman, 49. native ---------- -------- --------- j"h.',

of Bradford County and son of I with the Rev. Joe Raulewon officiating Fees and Costs County Judge _______________.?___.____ 1800.00 Friends and members! of the :1 i Eleven members of the local dale. : .t

tR the late Jerry M. Norman of Law- II assisted by the Rev. L. Fees" and Costa Sheriff _____________________.__________ 6,000.00Balllf1ll Starke Methodist Church had sub- Headquarters Company 124th Infantry She was a mmbcr" I
attend the National
| CJ. Hemingway.Pall _______________________________________________ 600.00Sh.rlfC' total of $28.922 towarda will Level Baptist ot tht|
tey, died Wednesday, July' 9. In scribed a Guard School of Instruction to be t'Virch,
bearers were P. D. Reddish, ,. Commission on Fines Collected .____.____.____ 600.00 educational
St. Luke's Hospital, Jacksonville new sanctuary and I held at Camp Blandlngr August
Charlie CnnkinH S. D. Phillips, Other Law Enforcement Agencies _____________.__._____ 1,500.00 V T I.
the result of Injuries received Wade Gasklna K. C. Johns, and building when team reports were 13-17. Notion |I" r.
an ,
? Feeding and Care of Prisoners ___,______-?._?_________ 1,800.00 undersigned. .s, ''Il
Pitt Newsome. I chalked the large wall chart Organized as a five-day centralized ness ""It.d ,.
In an automobile accident near Guard at County Jail _______________________..._.______ 720.00 upon and Twin un.l Pines-r, th. i ..
course for officers ,. .
Melbourne on June 19. I Witness Fees ___________________.___________.____._____ 800.00 last Tuesday night. The goal I the !Htarko! on th.. ""rthl.
Red Cross Finds I Is key enlisted personnel, camp, and Intuiul i h't'
The accident occurred when Mr. Jurors Pay Rolls ________________________________.___ __ 300.00 sought In the present campaign first to be held since World War Utlous nam. ," "h, ..

i'' Norman, blinded by the bright School Children Reserve for Contingencies $10,000. II will be attended by approxi- CUrk ford County of ih.. i K ,. "Of

lights/ of another car he was meet- The Methodists are seeking to mately 509( men from units Wllllitm, Itt. -, .
lost control of his automobile Need Used ClothingThe ) 2, l-x "
t4i; Ing, TOTAL ____________________________________ $15,820.00GRICULTCRAL erect a $50,000 church plant. A throughout the state. Men attending Sirs W 'I'1(1( ,, fla.

V 41 and struck a telephone pole. Bradford County Chapter .\ FUND little more than $11,000 was already will receive regular Army nt. 2. rtox I n. -3' ", :III":
.. lie and his wife were both seriously 7-18 4t 8-K p
bj *
; the
4 Injured but Mrs. Norman Is Red Cross office Is sending out County Agent's Salary __________ ___________.___,_______ $3,70.00Home en hand at the start o pay I including travel allowances.
I This amount was orig-
V V now recuperating at the home of I Ian appeal for used clothing. Now Demonstration Agents Salary and Expenses _____. 1,500.00 campaign. for renovation during the period. IN Cut rmci-ir' 1'01 ii'r nnlD
inally given a program ary.
.' her brother. O. J. Phillips in Law- that schools are starting within Demonstration and Illustrative Material _____...________ 400.00 but was transferred to a05W Chief Instructors and assistantswill CKHV.Cnliitnlujs. FLoutiu1 I' ,

r tey.In the month there Is a great demand 4-H Club Camps (Girls) ___________________-..._---- 500 rinllrilnfr fund when i-onnfrtir arrive at }Blanding around Au- ...-.-...:,'. .... 1:1.1: ,I't,. Jtb..

addition to 1 hU: widow. Mr. for children's clothing. 4-11 Club Caps (Boys) -____. .

Norman la' aurvlved' by a daughter Several schools within the Coun- Incidentals. __________________.
h LjJ Mrs. Leola Sponholtz of Jacksonville
V ty have already started and Red Reserve for Contingencies

I V and three sons, W. H. Jr., Cross workers have found any PAGE 8-A BRADFORD COUNTY) TBUEQ: ,RAPH. STABKB, FLORIDA. FRID.\. JUT
Claude and Donald all of Miami;
,, number of children who were notable TTVTAf.. _________ .
a ,inter. Mm. Carrlebelln. MoHley'
I of Lawtey. and two brothers. to go back to school thin fall K0\l) ANI BKIDO NOTICH OF APPLICATION: FOB Court and cause wherein plaintiff aid certificate for a tax deed to 9eB1947t Starkt' FI'rlda.'
i: : I because of lack of suitable cloth- TAX O.EO seeks divorce. Bradford County Tel. be issued thereon. The certificatenumbers tb
Troy and Leon both of Lawtey. I I I used Road Tax Due and Payable t( House Hill %... 1NO2NOTICM graph shall publish this Order In and year of: Issuance and the (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A J -
So If have
V Ing. you any of the property, the
The Normans had made their Municipalities within the Count 18 HEREBY GIVEN next four weekly Issuea. description I Ae Clerk .1 11'1'
underwear shoes. drensea, boys that. (1. C. Alderman the holder of Witness my hand and official name In which It was assessed E'y Lucille C Conner D
V home In Miami for the past several Salaries for Road Maintenance the following certificates has, file seal at Stark Florida this June are as follows: Robert H. Beam ,". LYn.b C
v but were In the processLdt I pants please bring them to the and Upkeep of Road 1 said certificates, for a tax deed to 30.' 1947. Certificate No H8 Year of IssUance Jacksonvill0, Florida. B
Repairs -
Wr years Red Cross office In the Clinic be Issued thereon. The certlflcatnumbers (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas 1942.Description Atty for l'if 11
and Gasoline and, Fuel Oil for Roa and years of Issuance' the As., Clerk of said Court. I of Property:
building or call us at 74-W description; of the property, an'4' the By Lucille C. Conner, O. C. Lot 3 SV4 of tot 4 of Bik 28 IN *
we will be glad to pick them up. Purchase of New Equipment names. In which It was assessed aras T. Franiv Landrum Starke Fla. I Livingston. Truby &: Co'm Addition (.otjt'Y IR.riT; 01 nT. BR,,
follows. Atty. for Plf. 7-4 4t 7-Z to Starka Sec. 3$, Twp. 6 8, K. 22 N. FLOItiu1. I
timm Insurance ______________.___. : assessed F. H.Prince. CERY.
Certificate No. 103 Year of Is- Namu In which : Robert George

I Office minpllcH of all kind, uro Timber and other Materials foi nuance 1942.Description .of : IN CIRCUIT COURT. DHAIIKOIU) All of. said' property being In the vs. Evelyn Allot \illlV1dant.

now *tucked at the Bradford I II Incidentals _________________. Lots 21. 22. 27 Property 21 In WoodlawnSec. S'I'iitv.Nellie fOl'NTT.' FE.OR1UAI IX: CHAN County of Bradford State of Flor ORUEIt. Case No.op 5744:
County 15 S 8. II. 23 E., con Ida. l't'IlI4'A7'ANt
Telegraph.DO 'rwp. >
Reserve for
ContingenciesTOTAL. King O'Shlelils"' Plaintiff vs certlfl NOTWJ: Tn
TOWELS 19x37 taming 40 Acres; Unless nuob. certificate or STATE f.
I I Fred It. O'ShleldH'Defendant. Can OP
Josephine rates shall! be redeemed accordingto FLORIDA ,
Name In which assessed: Alice Mallnlnt.. ..
No 57A7. .
described I In .h.. ,
law the property
3 for
$1.00 I YOU KNOW ABOUTROACHES ________. (Certificate c'orkln No. 194 Year of Issuance ORDER OP PUBLICATION: such crtlfkte or certificates will "5nlAlIen Court! AtaS*
1942.Description AND NOTICE TO APPKARPTAT15 be scud to the highest bidder at the
COUNTY SEK1 OF FLORIDA to: Fred R You are lr-
BLACK SLIPS of Property: court house door on tha first Monday 4f.e'I In l ;
July 25
? Salaries ____________________. .* Ntt of BEV4' of NEW' Sec. 18, Twp O'Shlelda whose address la un In month of August 1947 which Court and. the abo'::
V $1.25 ":a. a 8, R. 22 K. containing 20 acres. known. 'a the 4th day of August. 1947. seeks cause. wherein ,
When you right roaches y till Office Supplies & Expenses __. You are required to appear on divorce ?
Mo 1947.
which assessed Sum flitted thin June 80
Name In : ,
try to net rid of them till n"' August 7, 1947 In the above n..m..dCourt Thomas Telegraph shall puhlirtS' ,.,
HANES SHORTS junt kill the few that you can Reserve for Contingencies ___. Certificate No. 214 Year of I*. and cause wherein plalnttf. hkl: of A .lr I ILJourt.ol. PTadfori In next four weekly i I.,,,,.
hit with Hiruy| or cliiHt ui nun seek divorce. P'radford Count 4t 7-2 my linn! aoG ,
For walk Into H pwder.by accident Huance 1942.1isiierlptlon Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn County, Florida. 7-4 eeal at Stark, Florida. 'tbll
"j Men TOTAL _________ of Properly: next four weekly Issues.Witness 23, 1947.OFo'IC'LAL.
trn2i5: :\ ft of N 1(15 ft of EH oNWV4 :NOTICE OF APPMCATIO'V FOR
official (
All Sizes 75cUNDERSHIRTS: K-3-D my hand and SEAL, A S T
IIOS1 of SE% of NEW, See. 28, Twp TAX DEED: As Clerk
seal at Starke Florida this July 2. of said Court
8 it. R. 22 1. llnnn hut 'Vo.
H 0 .\ c J.. K i i, .. 1': KIK Hospital Expenses for Indigent Name In which assessed. : W. A. 1947.(OFFICIAL, SEAL) A..J. Thomas NOTICE I 8 HEREBY GIVEN, Rivers Springs,&Fla.: Anderson Grew
DIFFER K: N TlltmrhHM Cook. That H. O. Brown the holder of the
therefore resolved for
It was As Clerk of said' Court. Attya. Plf.
said' being In the has filed saidcertificates
All of property certificates
l.'c; Ea. I t It tiHcaiiMe, fly Lucille C. Conner, O. C.it7. following
t like
i's" they of FlorIda. bl -
3 directed to have the foregoing County of Bradford, state for a tax deed to
It. Tli"y dry tsp ami : I issued thereon. The certificate IN ruin" (,0111'1'.
Plf. nmr
S hl Nun-polHonuiiH.: to men County Commissioners publlahe Unless such certificate of rertlflcates for 7-4 4t 7-2 numbers ndol.. of Issuance' the FI.".""". (
I..IM.15c JSltVVl
GIRorS22CK and thereof shall be redeemed according description; the property, and
inset Uon
and 25c Pkgs.at : a copy to law the property described I In 1:11: CIIICUIT COURT. BRADFORDCOINTY. the names In which It was assessed t..elnnel F. Howe i Plaintiff
Comptroller of the State of FI) such certificate or certificates will ; FLORIDA I IN CHAN; or. I5 fnllnws,' Mildred Rogers. D"fend.".
l>.. sold to the highest blddur at CKHV. irti; iClt-"No;: ; 8 Year of Issuance :No. 5788. ----
Boys POLO Shirts I the court house door on the firs Sarah Lucile White Plaintiff, vs 1915ih'scription ORDER OP PI' I.ICATT'*
Sistrunk Feed and Monday In month of August, 1947, Perle A. White Defendant. Case \ of Property: AND !NOTICE; HI OTE,
J ..1. 6-J 2 5!>c which IH the 4th (lay of August No. 6768. N\VV of NEV\ &: EV4 of NWV4Hectlnn STATE f>F FI.tIlI't' .
Seed Co. Country Club 1947. ORDER OF PUBLICATION 16 Township !South Rang Rogers, whoMi i. .',1)4.) ||
Piilod this June 30 19 17. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 20 Hast containing 120 acres. known.
r Men's DRESS ShirtsSz. HTA.KKE, FLORIDAMf (OKKICIAL SKAL) A. J. Thomas, STATE OF FLORIDA to: Perle A. Name In which. assessed: Empire You are roitilr"1 jnp.
t'lerk of circuit Court of Bradro.1County. White, whose address la unknown.
Lumber Company: August 11 ,19 ii, I It s ii!I. -vi
1MB 1.2.; I br "Mrl'hnll.. I'roaluetsirl.nl. Florida.. 7-4 4t 725I .TuRt"h required to appear on Certificate No. 137 Year of IsHuance Court and nus* I:i in
Plans .
Kin.CHUKtm ReopeningThe ., 1947 In the above nam.ad 1945Description tiff seeks dtvotcx I1rld'II!
I ,, riiiri'tT roi'HT. niiAnponi Court and cause wherein plain of Property: Telegraph shall? i I" hj
Girls PANTIES ('I), >rr, FI.OIIIII IM tll"'NC'II tiff seeks divorce and custody and Lot 11 : Indian Heac'h Unit No. 2. In next four w-.. Id igauet
V. control of minor child. Bradford Section as Township 8 South Rang Witness my hi I ind
2-6. 7.12 :35c I recently revived Keyst Mary R. Hfilland. Plaintiff vs County Telegraph shall publish thi.Order :22 East seal at Stark F' "In th.
Club will I bIts Henry T. Holland Uefundunt.. Case In next four weekly Issues :Name In which assessed: John itt.Rose. 10, 1947.
!%1 I..iui M; SmilfcSTARKE Heights Country No. 578R. Witness my hand and official (OFFICIAL SHAUi': \ J T
Girls SHOES grand "re-opening" Satut OIIPER OF Pl'PLIfATION seal at !!Starke Florida this June All' of salil. property being In the As Clerk of said i .r:
l ANf NOTICE! TO APPEAR 25h. 1947.IOFFIC'IAL. County of Bradford State. of Flor Hv Lucille C. Con.,ui.. I D C.
1.25Ladies afternoon. July 26, accordingan 8TATB' OH FLORIDA to: Henry SEAL) A. J. Thomas Ida. Rivers &: Andcrmn riretiHprlngs .
Is A* Clerk of said l Court. Unless such certificate certlflcates
T. Holland, whose residence un or Fin
announcement yesterday by J. C. Durrance 209 Law Exchange .
known. shall be redeemed accordingto ;
Attys. for Plf .11
SHOES L,. Reynolds president of the You are required to appear on Bnlldlng, Jacksonville, Fla. law the property described In
the above namei Atty. for Plf. 6-27 4t 7.18 certificates will
Ailwust 4, 1047' In such certificate or
,1.75 I ganlzatlcn who issued a cot Court and cause wherein plaintiff l in. sold to the highest bidder, at IN ciiirirr C Oh Iii', Ill lii
invitation tQ all citizens of m>i>Hi divorce and restoration or I'll rtnri'iT cnritr. nil IUFORIl ) the court house door on the firs COl' 'I'V. Fl.Ollllltl IN I
Girls I communitiestake maiden name. Hradford County ('( M I'Y. PI. DRESSES and- surrounding Telegraph shall publish this Order IHV: which Is the 4th day of August Ann. Thilm I l'lalnt!:
Sz. 2-4 t,25 part in the event and boo In next four weekly Issues. Qnldon J. Morrison. Plaintiff, vs. 1947. Frank B. Thlhp.. 'ndant.
members of the club. Witness my hand and official Alice \... Morrison, Defendant. Case Fitted this Sri, day of Julv, 1917fOFFICIAL No. 6780.
seal) at Htnrkr Florida thin July No. 5754. Thomas ORDER OF PUTIL1CATK! '
Girls' DRESSES State Treasurer' Kd Larsei 2, 10I7. OKHER OF PUBLICATION ,dork of circuit I"dourt\.ot. Bradford AND NOTICE TO \PPt
(OFFICIAL !SEAL! ) A. J. Thomas AND NOTICE: TO APPEAR County. Florida. 7-4 4t 7-25. STATE OK Fl.lllix) |"
Hz. fi-12 1.15Men's former resident of Keysl' AM Clerk of mid Court. I STATE OF FLORIDA to: AliceL. I). ThllowVh."- I I
Heights will make the main Hv Lucille C. Conner D. L. Morrison whose residence Is: 45! PHOCI.AMVTIOM" OF TIlE MAYOR dress IM: Allli,,ni< l,> ,1' ..
7.ach II pouijlas Oalnesvllln, Fla Chapman. Street, Charlestown Mass OF ''I'''''' CITY OFSTAIIKU. can Oil Co Phl""I..j i '. i !il
DungareesSa. dress of the afternoon. Ally for Pit. 7-4 4t 7-25 achusetts. KI.OIIIIIV You are required to ipp

Reynolds stated that the cl You are required to appear on Notice. In hereby given to all August 11. 11117.: 'in "
'29-31: 1.50 m rinrrir t'ot'nT .IR..nFOII" July 28, 1947. In the above named electors of the City 0 f StarkeBrad named court and cnuie w
golf course unused for the I roi'MTV. Pi.nuiuti IN CIUN- Court and cause, wherein plaintiff font County Florida that I, plaintiff seeks dlv .rn P-
seven or eight haa been 4-KIIV.: seeks divorce. Pradford County AS MAYOR:; do hereby; call 1 a Spechat County Telegraph tiali: publb
years V. r>. Venters, Plaintiff vs. Mattie nanklr
J In four
Ladies DRESSES Telegraph shall publish this Order Order next
; Election to be held In the City
1'. Venter. Pefendant. Case :No.
conditioned and Is now attracs in next four weekly Issues.Wltnenx hlall, the polling Witness my ham! ind f
dtj; 4I1f1 1.95 quota of players from Sti 5770.onnKR or PITPLICATION my hand and official :Florida; on Tuesday, e.AUg.tt'kr.: seal at Ktarki-. Fl i 11 ill'
seal at !!Starke Florida, this ;June 1947. between the hours of 8:00A. : 9. 1947.
and other surrounding ten ANn NOTICM TO APPEAR 25th 1)47.tOFFtCIAL. M. and Sundown; this In pur- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J 'TAt !
: ( RJ ,\I.) A..J. said Court
Thomas Clerk of
Skeet suant to resolution the
adopted bv
shooting equipment has P. Venters whose address and residence
I 1) "
Am Clerk of said Court. Lucille C C' "i -r )
'liii NV l5OVtC? itsV iNS to ,." been Installed lant known Is: 521 South Liberty Zarh (Ity Council of Starke, Florida on y .' ''. HMWTacksonvllle
NICK'SBarfain' and Is provlnj K. Douglas, Gainesville Fla > Charles It. Hess. 14
popular attraction.The nil nn.St., Wlnston-Sulem North Cur- Atty. for Plf. 6-27 4t 7-18 ..,I uly:.a ._..1..._"1947., ._The UN.!...purpose_nn.,.". _nHI of.<.this I..... Fill I
DRY CLEANERS --'Von' are required. to appear on Ion 5.s of ppt4at Act passed by the Attv. for Plf.

big event on July 26 or before. August 4th, 1947 In the NOTICH OF APPI-iriTIOl FOR Florida Legislature In May 1947
House AND LAUNDRY be climaxed by a supper to .above named Court and cause. TAT hEEl which provides for the abolition of ix: ciRcriT roniT.. PHID)
wherein plaintiff seeks divorce House Hill III... 1W13 he office. of Chief of Police of the COliNTY. FLOUID. I" ll
HONK 21 CltCW IOIL01NG I served by a' committee of !< Vradford County Telegraph milieu NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN, City of Starke Florida. CERV. '
stone ladles to all who atti publish this Order In next four That F. M. Packham the holder Under the authority vested In Charles ft. CUlp.M'11. l'I.lnt''!
5.- Prizes weekly Issues.. if the following certificates has me I designate. as Inspectors and lane Hpann ('lllp-l'l\ r *Utf''
will be ,
awarded In the
Witness my hand and official tied said certificates for a tax deed the Clerk: Case No. 5759.Lit .
tournament! a-nd skeet h oii i seal nt Mtarke., (Florida this 2nd to be issued thereon. The certl- 1. It. F. Pemorest. Inspector OF. pl.BUCATro.\
day of July 1947. Icate numbers and 2. F. (i. Hemingway' Inspector, \' NOTICE TO APPSA
of Issuance
I44'F411 I win be the main sports ev (OFFICIAL !PEAL!I ) A. J. Thomas the description years of the prop- 3.: '1': S.: Williams: : inspector, STATE OF FMM1DA u

< during the afternoon. Arc A. Clerk of said Court. erty, anti the names In which It was S. K. Sparks, Clerk. Spann Culpeppor I'WIK' t"IM .
By Lucllln C. Conner D. C. .. CHAS. A. ,*". St. '
isst>Ns U are as follows: : 3213 lleramm
N-O-T meeting will be held at B p. m. John J. !Henderson Esq. St. Augustine Certificate. No. in Year of Is- ATTESTED''" City of starke> Fla Missouri.
I CE the purpose of reviving Interest Fla. suance 1943. uire requ'n' : Vl'"
I the club and. Its facilities. Atty. for Plf. 7-4 4t 7-25 Description of Property: 'arl Johns, City Clerk. (SEAL) August 11. 1947. ;In th. ibool
7.4 5t 8-1 ;
NVi of PEW of SEW See 2(1( Couri4 cause. 'I '
M-W Heading the various comt IM: rinrrir ('Iu.n... BRADFORDeov'ry. T wp. e 8, R. 22 E.. containing: ; 2C : tiff a,,' llvorce Drfti.
Pl.OIIIUAl IN tll4N-: Acres. IM riRCI'IT COURT. nitAI>FTMIO Telegraph -call publish :hIt'
IL: m I tees In charge of the JulY' f KIIV.Rdlth: Name in which assessed: V. E. ("O"" TV. ri.outDAi IN: CHAN.eonard In next four weekly !155115" ,
Anne Clnaen. Plaintiff vs. c.nv. and 0
The Law events are: Bill Whltenlde .arson: Witness my hand
Requires t .
John Francis ( Kerler, Plaintiff 'blt
Uagen Certificate No. 135 Year of Is- vs. Mary seal a t Stark Florida.
F. 11. Cirradlne golf commit* Case No. 6771.ORDER uance 1943.D..crlptlon Neil Kerley .Defendant Case No. 10. 1947.
FrankVnlrath! Jr. OF PUDLICATION of Property: 5711. OFFICIAL SEAL) JLl TI
and (
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AND NOTICK: TO APPEAR Lots 3, 4. B, 8 of Plk S5, Peek's ORDER OF PUBLICATION As Clerk of said Court
I The Western Union Office i \Valki-r slcct't committee; !STATR: OF FLORIDA to: John addition, to Starke Sec. 28, Twp. t AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Rv Lucille C. Conner, D C.
iMr: ,.. Hill Whltesldo chairman Francis Oagen, whose residence and S It. 22 E. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mary William D. Morgan. Fifth
; 4 'i address, .last known Is 4ft( ( Concord )ia.m'; In which assessed: E. K. Jell Kerley whose residence Is: Clark Blilg. JackK I Ill. FAtty ,
tho dinner committee. Ave %: Chapman Bronx New 'erryman: Wllksboro. North Carolina.- for Plf.i ;.11 '
To De Open 1 In nnimiinclng\ the reopen'nthe York. Certificates No. 13S Year of 1siiance You are required to ap-peal' on -
| You are requir 'I' appear on 1943. August 8, 1947 In the above named '
( club President Reynolds.' n'After or before August 4th, 1947 In the above Description of Property: Court and cause wherein plaintiff 1:11:i rincviT ('ot'I'r., Il'iCERY. (I
: all. the club Is Incntei named Court and cause N 820 ft of NWV4 of NE<4 ex W seeks divorce. Bradford County COI'NTY. FI.OKIDI
Fcur Hours On Sunday.) "- | wherein plaintiff seeks divorce and 1811 ft. 8"o. 82, Twp 8 8. R. 13 E., Telegraph shall publish this Order Pbvs. !
| rrailfunl County and we wint1I custody of child. Bradford County Containing Id Acres. In next four weekly Issues. Hazel| >'l<:kln nn Conm".nn.IL t

I Ireol'''' to feel that It Is < Telegraph shall publish this Order Name In which I 1 assessed: R. D. Witness my hand and official Patrick Franks i
your | In next four weekly Issues. ft. A. seal I at Starke, Florida, this July dant. Case No'' '
To i,,1 bt'II", ,' w.. have the nppurtiu Witness mv nand and official I All oV: II'i: property being In the s. 19 4 T. ORDER OF prBLlCAAND
Comply seal nt Htsrke, Florida. this 2nd of OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas NOTICE TO APPEl
to( build n ,teal asset to th' q of .Inly. 1947.COFFWIAL Bounty Bradford State of Flor- As Clerk of said Court. STATE OF FIjORlf d';

mlln ly. and \vu invite all n':' SEAL) A. ;J. Thomas Unless such certificate, or certificates fly Lucille. C. Conner D C. Francis Connell. aCICI'S 'r ron'
: to attend the As Clerk of said Court. shall be redeemed It. O. Brown Starke P1*. Ill West "'ayeit.; Str. '
With This Law meeting\ : anti < By Lucllln C. Conner D. C. to law the property described Atty. for Plf. 7-1 4t 8-1 vllle Pennsylvania. ?,
Rider 1 I!.'"111 1111{ members." John J. Henderson Esq.. St. Auustlne *. such certificate or certificates will In You are required (11 "',

The ruth| ) halt :CO la mbera nt Fla.. Atty. for Plf. 7-4 4t 725ire be sold to the highest bidder at the I N CIRCUIT COMIT. BRADFORD August 4. 1947 In tho w"1 ubOilCourt '.>
1 court house door on the first Mon- COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAN; and cause, ond"
We Will Be Open From present tinu'. t : rinrriT corivr. nntnroRuFI.OH1IIAI day inithe month nf August 1947 CERY seeks divorce, cUMtody IlIm.n,
(f'o"s'ry. IN: CHAN.Bnphle ; the 4th day of August, Ruth Calller, Plaintiff I av: Lawrence of minor child and 0bild. pre
-3 ('F.RY.; Il1n. alller., Defendant c ; No .5783. support for minor puhU"
THE )XL1'L.'IiT:' Of Lucille Oump rt. Plaintiff Dated. this June 30. 1947. ORDER OF PUBLICATION County Telegraph .h"l1 I'
9 a. m. to J1 a. m. ve. George numpert. Defandant. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ,Order In next four *"Ind'* of
:MOOT: F.E1TI1I. Case No. 5764.ORDER Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford STATE OF FLORIDA to: Lawrence Witness my 'hand i OF PUBLICATION County Florida 7.4 4t 7-25 Calller whose residence la seal at Starke, Florid
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR unknown. I 11. 1947.
....... And From 4 p. m. to 6 p. m. : Ready Mixed E ueorge STATE 01" FLORIDA to: Mrs. NOTICE OF APPLICATION\ FOR August You are required to>> appear on (:OFFICIAL SEAL Court. J' T
: Oumpert whose residence TAX; DKRD It. 1947. In the above named As Clerk of said P.Fleming. Co
I sod address Is 103 Grant Avenue, Haas. Bill 'dc. 111III3 Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Py' Lucille C. Conner, gmtttnett
i Brooklyn New York. NOTICE IS HEREBY: Peeks divorce. Bradford County Jonu. Scott .. ,
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Each Sunday ConcreteS You are required. to appear on That J. L. Beverly the holder Telegraph shall publish this Order National Dank.
August 1, 1947. In the above o In .
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