Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 20, 1946
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Official County Publication Establhhed In 181'18TARKE.ni

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Condition of Jail Judge A. V. Long
ble County
Will Be Among Celebration Details Are CompleteFor

Inspector to Tell Officialseek Celebration. A. V. Long GuestsHon. United States Vet Homecoming September 28

District Judge and a native son

? : "You, Haven't Got A JaffJltn among of Bradford the distinguished County, will guest be

.. .. to attend the Veterans' Home- DUO n_ __ I"'__! ] I Motorcade to Meet General WainwrightAt

ing A Basket Jacksonville Naval Air StationAt

10:00 A. M.
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prrNonaj other than ve t-

: liKADFOItl COUNTY: TEI.K(1U\I, STAKKi: FI.OKIDV nun.\'", SEPTEMBER:' 13. 1910m 1.. and their faunlllen airxl

t<) brine banket Innrhrn With only one week to fr<> before the "red letter day""
ir t'tiVJt fo 4IHAIVOltII C11AN-! HOTICI O' CLICTION (ns CoUartJou of To... .* Amending Ths Legislature Shall it die t.etItII- lie Vrtrrann 1I'"t'C'mdnj program details were virtually complete yesterday for llrad-
FItUIID.I'll WHEREAS: The Legislature of IMS Section! 11 and II of Article VIII of the ative Session of 1W47. and from tint to
time thereafter enact laws specifying: .hrat Iou hrePcaiiHH > 8fo1". 21\. ford celebration of ull time its official
Ptalnh I jmlor the ConstItution of lUflS of the Cotutltutton ol the State of Florida aa I County'a biggest -
',' aumlortmark Stale of Florida, did pail e Joint Beolutlona Adopted at OeneraJ election of. November. the powers fun.._.. duties and com of the !in|>rtMlt'nt>
31 Hundertmark, proposing amendments to the -o Amendment to Provide panaatlon, of County Tea Collector d als- welcome home and tribute to its more than 2,000 !sons! and

;No 2021.i Constitution ef the State of riorld. and foe the Re-Numbaruin off fteetlona naIad in paragraph 1 of this Section IS* prowde. that are t'ttpt't't..1'Itt'ud dautfhtera who served in both World Wars.
1 I'L'HIJUATION the same were agreed to by a vote olthreefifth n and 11 of Article VIII of the Con_' and shall likewise provide for the cnVlavtlon. > those In fbarbmir
,' I TO APPEAR ol all the members electedto tutton of the Stale of Florida aa Adoptedat car, cu._:!'. rsnortlna? and dlaburawnant -- From the start: of the early-morninjf motorcade to greet
'" ,)(U DA to: Elixa- each home; that the rotee on saId the General Election la November, of all tax* collected by the b.llr>r> that It
...ark, whose reslt Joint ResolutIons were entered upon 1044 and to Amend Section II and II County Tax Collactor. tw lniMHwlhet |4> ford General Jonathan M. Wainwright at the Jacksonville Naval
I' lilt' State }lo"p their respective Journals with the :yeas! of Article VTII of the ConstItution of -
Air Station to the dunce which will clone the
i rivanta.: end nay ILtreon and they:! did determine I the state of Florida and to Provide that 4 .ylnS prrwnt u n I rmnilil a gala

'r'd to appear t&I'1 end direct that the said Joint In the County of UllUboroucn. State. ol Bousit JOINT RESOLUTION REsm.Tmrnf Proposing NO 110 <*ral>l.. n u m b t' r bring day's program at midnight Saturday Sept. 28, promisesto
Xlaaolutlon be submitted to the elector Florida the County Tax Assessor shall A JOINT ass
-. J tiff ml:,> I ,cause In the, fI' the State at the General Election tn Asses* the Property ol the County for Amendment to Article XVI c( the Con crt lunrhrm be packed with a swift succession of breathtaking event,

i', Jlvorce. this' November NOW THEREFOR 104(1. I. R. A. CRAY. the Srhnnl: purpose and Municipalities of Levying Stat In the, County County atltutlon Adding Thereto of the An State Additional, of FlorIda Sactlon Hr to> !9lnre the oelrbratlon Ularlly seldom (if ever) experienced in a town the size of Starke.

, I j iph shall publish Issues Secretary ol State of the atate ot Florida ol HillKborounn Except the City ol Plant Provide for the Appointment by:! a Coneu..nl In honor of \".....- The program as now outlined. Includes!
| n x Jour weekly CIty Florida which Shall be Exemptfrom Resolution of the Senate and
notice thnt a
to hereby Klve
i, hand and official GENERAL ELECTION the Provisions of this Amendment HOIIM of RpreMmtatlves of a Directorof It U. the desire of the 8 a. -Foimatlon of Welcoming Motorcade at Blandlng Center .

ilk Florida, this August will be held In each county In Florida Taxes Levied by the State, County the Budlt and to Authorlra the LetlI_ mitt** that they and their
Prescribe his Powers and East Call street to to Jackxonvllle Naval Air Station.
next suCceeding the first County School Board School Dlrtrlrta. Intura) to proceed
J. on Tuesday and the Dull.. Qualifications end Term of OSBB lllnM. b' given. prliirlty"
A. Thomas. Districts .
p I I. 8CAW Monday In November A. D. 184 the Special Tax School 10 a. m..Arrlval of General Wainwright and party at Jack-
,f Bald Court. said TtiMrinv being' thePhysical Munlcfalltlea of the County Except toe flee. thci bar,Nue. ObvIously
(lttttrlna. Uulnesvllle Fla. FIFTH DAY: OF"NOVEMBER: City of Plant City.. Florida.nB : IT RBSOt.VeO: BY Ttnt I.EOHT.A-: sonville NAS.
Pit 8-23 4t 0-13 for the ratification or rejection of the IT RESOI.VFD IY T't?' t-fnlStA.! TUHS or Till!: STATIC Or FLOIUDAJ till br physically. linponl -
paid Joint Resolutions proposing Amendment TUtU: OF THE STATB OF FLORIDA That the following Amendment Article tt nerve everyone If the 10 a. m. I p. Homecoming Derby (homo racing). Highway

HP tOlHT.FLOUIUAl. DI'-"UFORO to the Con tltuUo.. o< Us State Article That VIII the of following the Constitution Amendment ot the el Florida XVI of by the:! adding Constitution thereto of -the an add Statsof yd mchr.. e"'pt''tl'"' pro- 201, eaat en.t of Call street.
IN CH'NulKin. .l Florida vial
\. Stale ol Florida relative to the Aiew- tlonal sectIon to be known aa Section 34. Ion Tlic-rrfor- .. 10 2 and, of official
1 ttient and Collection ol all raxea In the be and lbs tame la hereby agreed tn and all \l ltexrcpt a. m. p. -Reception registration guests

[' Plaintiff, vs. Agnes ENATB!: JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 8BS County of Htllaborotmh. Stat. ..t Florida hall be submitted to the elprtora of the. ", veteraim and their at the USO building Washington and Tempi avenue.
... Case No. 5015.
i ft ..tlunt Section II aa adopted State of Florida for ratification ar re
an He-Numbering
J it[ (IF PITPO.ICA1 ION A JOINT RESOLUTION to the ConstitutIon Proposing ol the by at the General Election ol 1944 *o aa to jactlnn at the general election for Repre. Illrn. are asked tnoop.. 2 3 p. -Formation of parade at Blundlng Center, E. Call

NOTICE- TO APPEAR State Amendment of Florid., to be known .. Article make. It "read Section 12 of Article VIII entativre to be held In the year IMo.aa e by bringing' banket street
Kl/miDA to: Agnes of the state of Florida follow
IF 1 and 1. Thereof Relating of the Constitution .
vl( eHlienc and ad- to XX.the Sections Coniolldatlon Abolishing or Creating and by:! Amending Section U ol SECTION M. The Lrglalatur shall bylaw ht'lt 3 3:10( p. III.Air Show staged by planes from Jacksonville
of the Buditet
ol the for Director
-' luKHex Street St. Hel- of Certain County Offices, and the Article VIII of the Constitution provide a .
I 1i"'I" Knaland.quired and Collection of MunicipalTaxea State of Florida a* adopted at the Genarsi who shall be appointed by a concurrent NAS.
Auenment November of W44 ao resolution of the Senate and House of Close
.., 11148 In to appear the above on I by. Florida County Tax and Offlclala.Providing In for OrangeCounty Referendum a. to Election make It read Section 13 of Article Krpreiantatlvn, and shall by lass. conalctent ores to 3:10: 4 p. -Parade., I'assing In Review.
of this Con
of the State ofFlorida. with other provIsions
cause, wherein' Electlona for Acceptance or Rejection VIII of the Conatltutlon 4 ,Memorial Service at Roll of Honor and
ur' SItu Enacted by and to exclude the City ol Plant tttutlnn.' ', and duties. Mention that p. m. Board. Temple
Laws ;
Bradford beQMcoa''I a majority
Law or
divorce. ol
o'Kl any Be end the for his and terra -
Amendment provide
said :
Floridaa City from Call atreet of W.O.W.
State of ; presentation flag by
."rai'h shall publlah lbs Legislature ot the Amend- same la hereby agreed to and shall be of office the length of which shall .he tarke himlneH hem_ will| .
r r tent tour weekly Is- Provided la said Proposed Electors of the State wholly within the dIscretIon ol the legislature 4:15 6 Introduction of
eubmltted to the :! .. : p. m. distinguished guests and speech
for the V....
"BE'IT LEGIlLA.1 Florida for Ratification or Rejectionat and ihall not be limited by S*o* up shop
i fit. hand and official weal RESOLVED: STATE BY. OF THE FLORIDA I the General Election to ntt; held on Uuu 1, Article XVI of the Conitltuttua. homecoming' Celebration by General. Wainwright.

Florida, this August 21, TUnE That OF the THE following amendment to the the first Tuesday U40> alter the MondayIn -5CoMcrrrTR Hrpt. 28 wan wen thIs. 6 8 p. m.. liarbacue Lunch. Washington street, north of USO.

.i I SEAL,) A. J. Thomas Conrtltutlon XX. of Sections Florida,1 to and be J.known thereof asArticle SECTION November.12. 1. ; From and alter January of- :RESOLUTION: RUIIIITmJ'Ml'NO.on c In a brief survey made Public other than Veterans and] their families, asked to bring basket

of Laiidrum said Court., Btarke Fla.. selatlnir to the eon.olld.tl"n.certain County boii.hinI offices HllliboTough 1. 1411. the County County shall Tax A.o. allproperty A HOt'SP JOINT JOINT RLSOUITION Proponing theAmendment Cham b t' r of Commerce. 8 9 p. m.. Reception for General Wainwright, Woman's Club.

; Plf 8-23 4t 8-13 and creating aueument of and collection of muIIIc1p.1 for all State toC' 'ent"I School of Section an, of Article Flor IU tary Lurlan\ Conner Outbimlnnuira 8-10 Struct Dance north of USO.
and for In end Municipal Taxes InHllliborouKn of the Constitution of the State of p. m. on Washington
III'.\ FT>IIIJft. taxes by County tax: providing County:! by. the State. ida. Rotating to Appropriation: > contacted 27 10 10:30.Award of Ford
11'1' 'flt''r, Orange County. Florida and School Board. !School! BB!: IT HEflOLVKIJ: BY THE I rtlHf. : a new Washington street.
I> IIIA'Vj for acceptance County, County fled wtlllngnoiM to .clone
FIOHlDAl referendum elections ..ndMunlclp.Utlea
for law enacted Dlitrlcts. Special Tax School D.trtcta TURF OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 10:30: 12 MMnlftht Street dance.
or rejection ol any law or except In the City ol Plant That the following amendment of See M nald.M .
j ", Plaintiff vs. Daniel by the Legislature of Florida ss Provided qualified City. Florida which city snail be exempt Won :SO, Article III of the Constitution of No limit is placed on the lisa of the motorcade which will formt
the .
I Hall Defendant. Case No. be submitted to matter U optional but
therein, provlilona ol this Section. I the State ol Florida relating to appropriation .
electors ol the state of F acids nest for '.dop." from The the Legislature ihall. at the slalit've la hcreb agreed to and thai' 0submitted believed that most emirn at Blandlng Center, proceed to Jacksonville and greet General Wainwright
'hr' "
opSOTHE f'UBLICAION tlon or rejection at aiSelwtloa and from lime to to the electors of the Mate
l Senlon In at the Naval Air Station. All wish
TO APPEAR to be bud In the yar time thereafter enact law. specifying" the of Florida. for ratification pr rejection at will want their m- who may participate.

OF FLORIDA to: Daniel to-wlt: Dower.. function_ ,_dutlee.. and aompenia- the next General ri-ctlnn to be held In !ei. enprxtlally thone who Governor Millard ,.. Caldwell will head the group of officials
Ammnmtnr leffltftlon .- la to that
residence Is T. .1 *- B November A. D. IMS': then lay
Bull whone ------ -
ARTICLE XX I authorized nated ol In nit Paragraph Bounty 1 u of Section i" 12. and Mid Section 30. Article ill of the Crntltutlnn > Veterans, to attend the who will extend the welcome to the Genera and! hU party of aides

," reiiilrod| to appear ontr SECTION empowered 1. The Legislature to provide* by law hall lIkewise provide by law lor the of the State of Florida aSsail be ration. They will close and plan crewmen.
the read
and the Assessment" Roll of I amended and as amended shall as .
above on .
23 1946 In the regular see extension
at Its
CI' laws enacted by Ainemor of all tane levied follow nd o'clock, .for the re- said'the
Viurt and cause, wherein held In A. D. 1047. or at anyJegular County Tax County School SECTION tn. law making the appropriation '- I Luclan Conner celebration chairman. 33-plece Naval
[ ereka divorce.Bradford session thereafter, for the con. by the State. County Special Tax ealarl". of puhlle .d.r of .t.... day. ftomnrletorn
the Air Station
creating of any Board School Districts. for band will play for the events from the parade through
olegraph ahall publish solid ntlon ebollihlng; or School and M.mlclpsluies tonoted official and emolovee and all otherexpensea fitatrd' that they
next four weekly InaufnBH County Offices In Orange Count Flor from In District the County of HllUborough the State shall contain pro the street dance, and that the Jacksonville base will also provide a
my hand and official! seal ida. Provided, there I* excepted Florida with the exception of vlalona: nOfn other auhtect nor nail an remailn open next Thuros-
.11! of
t, Florida. thla August :22 of this Article Judge assessment ol the State City ol Plant City:! which Is hereby appropriation be an Incident of anv other afternoon t4 compensate display of formation flying by combat planes before the parade.NegotIations .
lourui for
: and to provide taxes i end exempt from the provisions el this bill: all tate appropriation except approprtKtlonf are under way for representation by the Orlando Army
lu, SKAL A. J. Thomas, and collection of municipal for the county hoo'". conn. he extra half day clonlnKInter -
......menu or either ol them by:! other political' subdIvisIons Air Base-.-with for contribution In tho of
of anld Court. Any law ecnactsci SECTION IS. 1. From and after January tie*. cltle or prospects a way an air
I Uaineavllle FlH tax officer In old County. In of the Stale appropriations for permanent
I'nuKlHH. ( the consolidation or 1. 1948. the County Tax Collector show and for the
I Pit 8-23 4t 9-18 reaoectlng offices .hall pre- the County of Hiltaborough., state ol tmpriwementa and buildings for Races possibly troops parade

erection th.of powers any County duties and compen.a- Florida .hall collect all tales levied, In elate Intttttutlon the IMS a* provided legislature for or by prior lawa All visiting and, local veterans of World Wars I and II, and the
scribe enacted at
[liT ('01.11.T.TV. BIt-'DFOnD therehi the State Count County
FI.OIIIIIAl I'I! CIIA.V. to tton.exercise 0' the and officers discharge d..I.ated the duties of the School County Board.by School Distrirrs Munlelpalltlea Special legl.latura. and trt aol for ftm-l pannlon*. ascii .t..retirementfund IncludedIn I owners of KIMM! raring Spanish American war will be Invited to march In the parade, which

(ore Plaintiff va. AlaxP'rennnnt the ofllns 80 eonoolidated respecting or createdand the auena- of Tax HIINhorouilh School Districts County and Florida except I one general appropriation thereto bill or soy and m are urgently requented. will feature cars urlng the official guests, and floats. presented by

Case No. 4923. any merit anfcoUectlon of municipal taxes In the City of Plant City.this It be Amendment.n< exempt shall amendment be for or no atipplement longer than two -..... 'ake their entrlen In the businessmen! to honor veteran and General Wainwright. The procession
:R OP PUBLICATION or either ol them by from the ol made prior to) the ncheilule
saMinmenta. coming Derliy,
and I the Legl.Istlve All appropriation
for the teiniature shall at will pass In review before the General.
[NOTICE TO APPEAR eoUDty tax olllcera shall provide 2. The and from time to adoption .f thIs section which are eon-
.nddl.bur.ln. 1947 he of the relen.
lor Session ol morning -
OK FIXJIltDA to: Alex assessing aolle.tln. accounting assess'merits enact laws specIfying; the ITaly M the provisions' of thla aactlon George Wainwright of Jacksonville, a cousin of the "hero of
and for thereafter
kliom residence and address 0' said taxes municIpal lime duties and nn".n" hall expire a* of July l. 1X7.tir Final practice ra1'tiahe
the appropriate power, lunctlonn. Corrgl -
{ 111krr 10 for Collector deilKnaiadIn named, program arrangement.
and for compensation 'hon o' County Tax run at 2::30 p. m..
r concert sinner aod for five
officers Paragraph director with the USO
:23 11146, In the above auch county taxing theroto. Thai If .n, likewise provide far the collection, care. >ur tofrririot.nrHW H.. trr rday September 21. on yearn program ,
,ur! and cause wherein rendered Incident and dl.Duriemen' ol Propn.ln anAmendmimt Mr. Walnwrlght's assistance! will further the celebration'ssuccesM
.p.ct/nw the consolidatiflSor .,..Ind,. reporting A JOINT RI"II.UTION: law Tax
seek, divorce. Eradfortl'Iflfraph such countY olfires Ie ac- all taxes collected by the bounty to Article V of the Contl '
shall. publish this3xt C1'8atlol soil 0'ratllled any .t the referendum Collvctor.HOUSF. lotion of Florida bv Adding Thereto an eyond the city Connnr stated
four weekly Issues e.pt.d uush law shall Additions "Section' Relating to tha riee- of Call Mreet.r The of
., election herein provided of. AeolM < ettt array notables who will be presented at 4:13: p. m. will
m hand and official with reSpect to the I tlon of the Judge of the Court
irk Florida this August become affected effective thereby on the fraU' Tue.- JOINT RE30LUTIOV NO. Ill In and for "...mbl" County and theCOMntv may bring their In Itself comprise an event somewhat unique In Bradford's history.

fires after the t.r.t Monday In January I ..' T BL30LU CIO i Propi,ung an lfrlt01'n'--I'! CountyBE .:._. for the tryout Hatur-
day A JO The Governor and members of hla cabinet
vL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, year inimediatsi? auccedtng the to Article Vl'l ol the ConitVaUon IT RJIOLVED BY THF [ ""' hUh-ranklng Army and
of any said of
llelatlveto TUKir OF THE STATE: OF FLORIDA- or notify the Chamber
if nld Court. of the Side ol Florida Article V of the Navy officers. Senator-elect Bpessard L. Holland. Congressmen
IJoIIias Gainesville Fla. Property:! fur Tsaea and SECTION 1. C'balrmen Ever-
,V. mcnt ol nerre, or
A* Florida be
Pit 8-23 4t /-13 the CoUec'-on ol Taxi by Adding Cnnaututlna adding of the thereto Stats of an addlt'onalectlon and Frailer Emory! M. Price and Joe P. llendrlcks. many state legislators Unl-
to Provide amended by VfcKlnney
Sat. IS Additonal the County: ot Bay, State ol to be known aa "SuctIon 41.r verslty President John J. Tlgert U. S. District Judge A. V. Long.

111' ro i'MT. n4nFonnN HR l'lorlda. the County Tas Aneiaor shell laid Article relating to the election In and of P. rUUIn Bayless chairman of the State Road
'I.OIIIU". 1!N CHAM: the Property ol the County for the the Judge of the Court of Record Department and others
Assess School for Earambla, Countr and the County V
State. County will be Introduced.The .
purpose ol Levying of raid, County:! and the same laherehy
\ Ruraisss, Plaintiff vs.P. Taxes Levied by:! the Solicitor
:! Md Municipal School Bo"School agreed to. and shill be eiihmm4to Homecoming Derby to the celebration
o.Burse..., Defendant. Swte. runty. County:! of the Slate' of Floridafor proper,
School Dietricta th. electors
.o MuniclpVlllla Special*Tax el the County ratification or refection at the Ooneral 'ke Eligible offer the fastest ponies of this and neighboring counties accordingto
fR Or" PUBLICATION and the flr
&Ion. law described I Election: to be held on a
NOTICH TO APPEAR SECTION a. Before section any of Ihia Article BB!: IT RESOLVED BY TH1!: LEOISLATliE -I Tuesday after the first Monday IS November Chairman Everett McKlnney. Some 23: prospective entries have
FLORIDA to: Cather- In the preceding and .roel. It shall !! or THS!: STATE: OF FLOKIDA: IBM. ee follow been
''r" no whose residence Is shall be of any and force ratiled by a majority I That the following Amendment to Ar-the SECTION 4*. The Judge ef the Court Guard Unit showing their s".1 In weekly tryouts. Last of the practice

A'enue, Colmor Manor, vol.be accepted of tIle qualified referendUm electors of .Orange:.lectlooto ; Ucle State VUI of Florida of Ibe relative ConstItution to tbe 01 Assessmar51 I of and Record the County In and SolIcitor! for Cwembla of saId County County races will be held this Saturday, at 2:30: p. m. on the course just

|". required to appear. onTr County Florid.and.t held a for the purpOse aDd Coils-Ulon of all taxes ID.dd-the I hall .hereafter be elected' by the qualified eat of the city limits, near the Lake highway leading from Call
be called law shall of Ba '. State 0' "Iortda. by saIl county ae other ate and
*1 1948 In the above whether such Count :! elector of
to be of street
0' detarmlnl" byto. additional sections elected The tint :ol. Robert B. Ilarkness
rejected thereto officIals are
url and cause, wherein and ratified or log 14, be county
; accepted and section of
seeks divorce. Bradford be. qualified, elector. of said County.Such known as S1oa her.b 14 agreed to and election of the Judge of the Court and Ity was In Btarke last Fri Committeemen believe that donation of beeves and pork for
uhaU be held and the acme I. :! Record In and *nr EMsmMa County
> ,
P l a-rnph shall publish this referendum dais after the effective .hall be submItted to the Elac"'n Clf Ute of the County, Solicitor of saId county. the Interest of the pro- the barbecue are not yet enough to Insure a repast sufficiently large
next four l Issues
weekly Dln.17 or
f within The Board 0' ot Florida for .Ullcatlon bull be held et the General Klettton In
f< my hand and official "ate 0' any:! such Ie.shall provide for SLate.t the general .Iect'"n' 10 be held IMS, to take office the tint Tuesday rianlzatlon here of the new to accommodate aU guests, and further assistance I I" urgently needed;
ark< .Florida, this August CountY JIftmlaaJo/len referendum elsation fIst Tuesday after the frat after the first Monday In Junuanr. IMS. tl Guard Company whichbe
the holding CI',any thereof:! such shaU be published I STonday:! Ia November, IIHd, as fuliowal for e term of four year*. The term or for tarke to It was stated. Basket lunches, which will be brought In by>> many

\1. SEAt) A. J. Thomas. and inotic: oflns each week for atlecat SECTION 14. III From and. .ft.f tenure of office: of anyone heretofore possible county residents will go far In helping meet this
>t ald Court. by said Board weekS Immedl.tel I. 1114II. the County:! Tax A-seaor or hereafter appointed *> either of the f sufficient men and of problem.A .
1"gias, Qalnesvllle Fin.2 foul auccaeaJve date 0' puck el.ctlon. January CountY of Bay. SLate 0' rlorid. office herein mentioned shall not be extended minimum crowd of 13,000 I IB expected Advance publicity
the the obtained.
Plr 8-11 meat prior to circulation II> In for all ."'te.Collnt hereby. Any vacancy h> either has be
4t ... all property
In a neWIPP"&sOOl 0' general as herein otherwise shall ,mas. School and Municipal "' ".. to of paid office which occur* prior. to said rdlnf. to Cot. Harkneas, headlining the event Ia 1 appearing In dally and weekly newapaper.tbrou..hout *
COUII&J. the fleet m
the 8tate. after -
saId the StatS ceiatln6to I the County by:! first Tuesday
J ( TIOFJ provided. the laws of general of elections shall be levied, County In :! School Board School January IK. hall be filled by appointment idlng officer of the 24 Bn., the state.
AND the holdind r.Ier.ndwfl Count? ..! out Dlal8leta the Governor sad confirmation
MART AIKEN .n, suds sOl..81 Tan > by for
o It la I planned
hoidifl6 Dtrtrl.
M' covet the shall the Senate aa heretofore provided by nfantry. --
f '' VEn IT MAY CON- If such law Municipalities. by:!
election. any:! majority end the Constitution, but In no ease for *nylonger the Battalion
bJ' the shall st die Legislative { to have
ratified latiir*
> .. lie sccepted and In Sf1 girls (I) l time to than until the tint Tuesday arur Council Approves Temporary Type
-'by notified that partlelp.tlNf Seilon W1 and from with a
fI' elactore law shall be- in the the flnt Monday:! In January. IM and .rt... Company
jre..n and LeVY rarerendum election such eflect. but time thereafter enact laws specifying the term or tenure of office of enyone of four of- 15-Mill Tax
husband will nt .n'l eome and b. III full force majority and 0' the pow" functlona. duties and delaatess& comnpeosaatioft appointed to either of said office fea.Use km strength LevyThe Camp BuildingsWill
A M. upon If et any such election a shall vote 0' County Tax Aaee.eor. 14" and term beginning fn lOt ahall expire Ind 07 men. Before the
: A. D., 194S apply I panlclp.tln.henl. pare..apb 1 Clf this asctioQ Tiiaedav after the fIrst Be SoldApprotiimately
the Honorable A. electors acceptance ratification In likewise provide by:! ,.. for the on saId fIrst IMC.SBCTtOW :iarke was home of the City Council meeting In
against the null and void shall .. the Monday la January
I"" < >f the circuit Court .' ? ...... 1& shall and be effect. The esavisaing ..._Ion the aaaesetnss5l of .u taxes roll levied : .. Any pre l lon of the irters detachment with a regular session Tuesday, acceptedthe
it Stark at suchnay I no force errtify Count Tax A.aessot berewlta le hereby 2.SOO: temporary
or and said Cou'l7 shall Count. Count lldlool Constitution Ia ondlet oent of 37 men and 2
be found for an b'rd of referendum by the 'faaScheoi repealed. 1M4 tax roll and adoptod a structure at
result 0' 55SF such Board ...rl. .. Special _____ Camp Blandlng will
Joe the withindays
Adopting Percy' the 8ecrebl 0' Stsie Duittlcts end "mJelpellu- f tax rate of 13 mills. The be offered
Inler to make him an election to the koldiOS $3ST5U. and afterJanuary IN TESTIMONY WRZREOr I nave '. few willed approved shortly for sale, according

same as If he were .... eIteW SECTION: 1J. 654(1'Count From:! Tax COIUM- hereunto) set my band end efflxed the proposed company rate U the tame as that of last to an announcement this
hUd; you will there- aEOU3r 1.11MB. Wat of Flor. Ote.t Seal of the State of Florida egTalUheaeee by a captain and three .
of hey: week the of .
County by ..
the Corps Encln.
In "
'rned accordingly. ItJlOLUTlON !ff). :II levied In the the Capital thla the let ee*
taxes 33
Ida all will be
\'< .0 Green JOJ1'l'1'RESOLUTION PropwinS ..nAmendm.nl Coin"b collect the" State. County. Count of August A P. I04. nU. There year.The The buildings; designated a* surplus -
W Green A JOuri' Vm of the con- :! Dlrtrtct Special ItWAJU R- A. GRAY, 'for non-commissioned of. Council will meet the first
to Article II4II.tI. School' Board. School Secretary eg ...... property. Include hutment,
Attorneys Petitioners.for Peti.]I .ltutJoD 0' the eI State PropertI of Florida Sot 1'- aDd Tu school Diiulcta aDd MuUclBSUtlee. ncludlng one 1st sergeant of October for purpom 4)f organization. administration and supply building

1-23 Bt 9-J9 .. Assessment ), 2 technical rjnants Member urgently requested -1 *.

jfergeanU. S .e.reeanu. 2 that no committees: or Additional sales are to be scheduled .

In 8Urke'." ur*<5 futur". corporals and 17 technician with ; delegations submit their requests In the disposal of 8.50O other

P'nai Oil Salesman Buys The price of the property's sale NCO rating. the !I before this meeting, as the en. I hutments, mess hall and special
of company '
tandams.. examinations were Home was not d1ecl .ed. i Organization tire evening would be required for type Army buildings.It .
credit" of j.jor J. B.rvlsor for 98 first Bill Alvarez must be completed by November Immediate Council business.
Monday stated that the build.
Baker's Inspec- completed dc- 9, sod starting strength desired wa

the Institution to be grade .tudent of the Starke. Y. Cov H. T. Walker, formerly of New Mechanic U at least 3 officers and 20 men. I I The "old" Council will meet In Ings are open for I Inspection between

u possible under the mentary schol. Dr.: A. health Jacksonville, has purchased the X committee consisting of members a brief session to wind up Its affairs 8.30 a. m. and 3:30: p. m.,

director of the Alvarez home at 313 Howard Sag er of Starke. recently and then the new Council- to October
re.. Beds kept Ingtofl are W. R. (BUD of city and county I Monday through Friday,
are stated that there honorably discharged: from govera-I I will be Into office.
mattress partment N. Church St. !I and local men sworn 1. Prospective purchasersare
ing group
covers be ex-
dered.. There are fr.-I I I a number of pupils yet to of the The new owner Is a salesman the Army. accepted a position as ganizations will assist In gettingthe referred to the Area. Real

rk(>ta. and la', atnlned. but that most for the American Oil Company, auto mechanic with.J. P. Robert the new company off to a good I Iatart. : Recent Births Estate Office, 373 Riverside Avenue -
heating admIni5tTd.
Ala- Wed.
had been Bradford. Clay. Motors COO Temple avenue ] Jacksonville.
in ,
the check-UPs I working I
'"U.'lon winter. I A total ot 71 of the youngster.accompanied chua. and Columbia Count!... He nesday. Mr. Sojaner. U an experienced In. the meanwhile anyone interested -I II ,I Mr. and JoI.-... Earnest E. Pope, Information regradlng the significance
of '
the problem their '
F Commissioners at this were by par-I' u married and has two children. mechanic and was employed I In the new National girl (Darlene Divine), Sept. 7th. of the sale, a* relatedto

Mr. and Mrs. Alvarez and their by the Camp landing Motor Guard obtain further Mr. and Mr. Raymond M. Ad. the present status of Camp
eling. Plans for a new .nt. of the I Mr. Induction.He set-up may
ered A report on the result all- son are now living l In Ocala. Pool prior to hla Army information from R. O. Kldd at dijon, Starke, girl September BlanrJing was not available thla
f by James C. 1'to.ect .- to there by mechanic duringhis
reference traruferred was an Army
wit I h was 17th. weak.k":8I .
: Alvarei the Starke Airport.
Winter Park jnlrlIUfliZ&U0fl.
Co. service.
aDd Uf Insurance military
ructlon 'coating a- meats. next week I, the

AU member of will le announced







SEPT. 28 b,

Official County Publication Established In 2877

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ible! Condition of County Jail Judge A. V. Long

Will Be Among Celebration Details Are CompleteFor

Inspector to Tell Officials Celebration GuestsHon.

A. V. Long. United States Vet

District Judge and a native son Homecoming September 28
"You Haven't Got
eek: AJail"convictions of Bradford County will be

among the distinguished guests -

(iff as to the need for a new county jailsted to attend Celebration the Veterans'here on Homecoming Sept.. BHS Opens Grid t Motorcade to Meet General WainwrightAt

evident this week among Bradford officials as 28. 'Bring A BasketAll Jacksonville Naval Air StationAt

if the inspection last week by John F. Baker, State Judge Long, familiarly knownas
10:00 A. M.
per\'isor. "Gus" to his many friends Season TonightI pcrxonit other than veteraiiM -

|r is said to have given local authorities one in- here was one-time mayor of'!' and their fainlllrn are

timate of the antiquated calaboose, to-wit: "Jail? Starke city attorney county at-1 I A I .atketl t<> bring/ basket lunches With only one week to K<> before the "red letter day",
Jail." torney, and Bradford County's I tangling of elemental forces to the' efprann, IlommmilngfWrhratlon
? details
got a program were virtually complete yesterday for Brad-
expected In he clash
brick-and-- representative In the state leg III. tonight here> Sept. 2A.ItiHaiiito .
ko story ford County's biggest celebration of nil time--its official
I lature. I (Friday) of the local Purple Tornadoes .>f thee unprerrrlent-
lUlling, constructed ,. the Board It Is stated, are Inclln- In the served as an officer and Gainesville' Purple 'lM't'tf'll
L' disclosed to have.'I 1 I ed to favor a new Jail with the and attained Spanish-American prominence as state's War j! Hurricane With the season's I to attend those<< In charge of daughter: who served in both World Wars.

atures that fail to':.I I exception of E. L. Crawford. It attorney for this Judicial circuit. first kickoff scheduled for 8 p. the harlxsMin believe that It From the start of the eurly-morninir motorcade to greet

modern Is reported that the latter commissioner m. at Harris FI.ld.'n North General Jonathan
>ter, by For he will lx impossible to feed M. Wainwrittht at the Jacksonville Naval

when asked about the| cult judge many and during years his was 12 clr- Gainesville, a much-needed representation everyone present' u slew .a Air Station to the gala street dance which will close the

Kf i the two stairways isnstruction. "The matter voters of a won't new building said" Ion II|I the Federal bench he has years become of the toam'a loyal cunslderahl. .t number bring lay's! program at midnight, Saturday, Sept. 28. promises
For stand for It. supporters among townspeople III. basket lunrhm.Hlnc .
Jails The nationally known as an out to be packet! with a swift succession of breathtaking events,
at the
ement or steel are re- was opposing that commissioner'sopinion the building standing trial Judge. expected the game Bradford'ars accompanying the celebration U seldom (if ever) experienced in u town the size of Starke.The .
i precaution in case of primarily In honor of \etrranm -
should be remodeled. Apropos of dera will leave with the squad It IN the desire. of the program as now outlined includes:
this,' Supervisor from the school 8 a. m.m.Formation of Welcoming Motorcade at Blanding Center -
on the floor Baker stated high at 5:30: p. m. r"lmult'that they and theirrunlllpo
j the poured southwest corridorg "You can build a better Jail for Dyer ResignsAs The team's chances In this admittedly hw given "prioriy" East Call street, to proceed to Jacksonville Naval Air Station.

| quarters below. Forrpo.es $40,000 than repair this one for tough assignment are by on the b.r(OOcue. Oln..l..u.dy.It 10 a. m.Arrival of General Wainwright and party at Jackonvllle .

$50,000." The report indicated no mean melancholy. The '46 will be NAS.
it Is considered physically Impossible -
i turn a hose on a jail- I that after the Interior was gutted County AgentI edition of the Tornadoes has a to nerve everyone If the 10 a. m. 1 p. Homecoming Herby (horse racing), Highway .
I and broken down the walls number of tested veterans, and
I and give it a thorough I crowd reaches expected proportion 201. east end of Call street

I Because of the leakythe : selves would fall to stand Inspec- In a letter dated Sept. 17 and: quite a few excellent prospectsthat *. Therefore, all llnltor 10 a. m. 2 p. m.-Reception and registration of official guests

( floor in the localbe tion. 'ddrcBsed. to the Board of County I II will attract a strong follow. *. except veterans and their at the USO building Washington and Tempi avenue

In any event if the Jail is con 1 j Commissioners and the of Ing from Starke fans as the season fiunlllrn, are asked to r -
properly scrubbed I I people I wears prrata 2 3 p. m. Formation of parade at Blandlng Center E. Call
demned it I on.
appeared that the
Bradford County, County Agent by bringing/ basket street.
I County will have small choice in But the fact:: remains that the lunches.
L. T. Dyer announced his decision :
r atlon corridors of the Is tiny adjudged cells .. the matter. A new building will to resign the position which he:| team off to a late tart becauseof 3 3:10: p. m. Air Show, staged by planes from Jacksonvlllo

a limited turnout at NAS.
be required. has held here for the past five I pre-fieason Stores to Close
practice, Is facing tonight the product 3:10: 4 p. m. Parade Pasnlng/ in Review.
jjing, which In some In- years.
of a 60-man squad with 17 4 p. m. Memorial Service at Roll of Honor
Hoard and
rusted out in recent The letter stated: Indication that a iimjority ,.Temple

ow working but none Clean-up Drive "After careful consideration I returning eleven lettermen.has two The three-year Bradford of Starkp business tutum-nulll Call' street; presentation of Flag by W.O.W. -

odes have seats. have decided to resign from my lettermen shut up shop for the Veterans 4:15: 6 p. m. Introduction of distinguished/ guests and speechby
(Holtzendor and Hall),
position as county agent In Bradford llnni.. CVtahratlon General Wainwright
jare brick walls of the four with two years' experience iri>mlng

i In poor condition. Astor Getting ResultsA county my resignation to I I (Godwin, Manning Edwards and on Sept. 28 wan M> *n this 6 8 p. m. Barbecue launch Washington street, north of USO.

I fact, they were become effective within a short 1 Mooney), and four who earned I week In a brief survey male Public, other than Veterans and their families. asked to bring baskets.

|\'e off a fine spray ofjcn casual survey of the town's time and not later than their first letter last year (Mon- l>y 'ham her of Coninirrcenncrvitary 8 9 p. m. Reception for General Wainwright Woman's Club.
ber 30, 1946. Novem-1 Lurlan
rubbed gently with principal streets early this week telth, Miles. Carter and Harley). Out 8-10 p. m.- Street Dance on Washington, north of USO.
"My has of 30 businesses
i no padded ,cell fory cepted by the State Departmentof i reserve strength. Indicationsto signified wllllngnem to close,
proclamation was bring- 10:30: 12 Midnight- Street dance.
Education for a position as instructor I It wait ". .
| deranged when held ing good results, Insofar. lawns observers this week were that No limit is
in the veterans' training The matter l I" optional but placed on the size of the motorcade which will form
I to the Florida State the team will be out to win. The
were concerned. A 90 ,
good percent program, and I am to begin workIn4Unioncounty It In believed that most employers at Blanding Center proceed to Jacksonville and greet General Wainwright
boy. have the essential spirit, and
of the yards fronting homesin
lit Just as soon as will want their runplajrem at the Naval Air Station. All who wish may participate.
no of
means segre- all of the likewise the heft *- with such
I lick parts to' have community been appeared ft'unlt t o< '20 men .Is organized heavyweights as Captain Jimmy *, especially those whoare Governor Millard' V. Caldwell will head the group of officials
U no segregation, of \mowed-with many, of course, which may be within a month or Godwin (24S pound), Billy Miles veterans. to attend the who will extend .the welcome to the General and his party of aides

Benders from adult.: |( having been thoroughly presentable two or three months. ((200) Maxie Carter ((200) and rrlrbraUon. They will rose and plan crewmen. _
Is with considerable reluctance around 1 o'clock '
[ordinary be Jack Hall ((210)) the ,torth' remainder ,Lucian Conner celebration ..Id"'tht '
,cyga.munt ..through,jnoat .ofM .sum that r quit, county agent n&IMf-among of the day. flnnui ,chairman 2-plece Naval
ddition< ,to regulation men ** I forwards Air Station band will play for the event from the 'parade throughthe
been ntatnfthat
work after having employedIn pn'I.torli l they
'| Vacant lots, however, offered this position during the past Coach Carson Geiger and Ms will remain open next Ttinmtlay street dance, and that the Jacksonville base will also provide a

jof the larger cells has another atory. Steps toward 20 years! and in this county during assistant Shad Bryant professed afternoon to compensate display of formation flying by combat planes before the parade.
light with the bars themselves by no means ,dissatisfied -
,remedying this situation were beIng the past five years."I for the extra half day cl<>.lng./ Negotiations are under way for representation by the Orlando Army
the sun from all but' with the progress' of the
j made by street maintenancemen have enjoyed the work In Air B je. -with prospects for a contribution In the way of an air
of the squad to date.
j room. Though
under Supervisor Paul j this county very much and am Enter Races show and possibly troops for the parade
[large this cell can be I I Long drills at kicking passing,
1 j Bridges on Tuesday. City equipment very appreciative: of the splendid All visiting and local veterans .
when "business" la i I tackling, blocking, signals and of World Wars I and 11, and the
t' was busily clearing the virtual -I;cooperation I have had from the : pass* defense are getting result Ml owners> of gninl racing Spanish. American war will be Invited to marrh In the parade, which

any as three bunks and Jungle growth that had I I Board of Commissioners and from I I The team Is staging weekly rou- ponies' are urgently requested will feature cars bearing the official! guests, and floats presented by
the tract on Temple shall
over of the I
spread the people county. Ui malt their entries In the
It)leered Into the smal- tine practices on Monday scrimmages businessmen to honor veterans and General( Wainwright. The .
Avenue, south of the Armory. I 1 long. remember my many friends. on Tuesday and Homecoming I> 'rl>y, iicliiMlule procession
I review
]Bridges asserted that with 'iln the county and the pleasant' Wednes-I pass before the General.

are two rooms for ,necessary cooperation of citizens, I relationship I have had with them day, with a lighter session bralim. George Wainwright of Jacksonville a cousin of the "hero of
to the
oners not cells but practically all lots would be ,i i during the past five years. PleaseI | day The prior Gainesville game.tussle promises will Im run at %:ISO p. m.. thin Corrpgldor", has been named consultant In program arrangements.A .

ams. with bars over ,cleared by the arrival of the (I I.I accept my thanks for the many i' to spearhead the hard-running Saturday !September 21, on concert sinner and for five years program director with the USO.

r.for( These men are when some-no'i: ;Homecoming celebration on the' favors I have received from you." Charles Mooney on the offense. the course paralleling Highway Mr. Walnwrlght's assistance will further guarantee the celebrations( .

Incarcerated. 28th.The Yours very truly II Mooney working from tall-back, 261. lxonil the city success, Connor stated.
I there are survey showed that dog- L. T. Dyer will alto get In his share of punting limit mot of Call I street. The array of notables who will be presented at 4:13: : p. m. will
women prisnot fennels and of times bushes, briars County Agent. Owner bring their
] and passing. Harley Holtcen- may / In Itself comprise an event somewhat unique In Bradford's history.The .
enough space to and scrub oaks nourished in home. for the tryouts. Hatur-
dorf and Hazen be countedon I
1 an may and members of his cabinet
overflow of men dismal abundance at many locations Chamber" ofCumm.rr. high-ranking Army and
day or notify the
for reliable blocking: while the)
| have, upon occasion back lots and Clinic .. ,,, Navy offices Senator-elect Spessard. L. Holland Congressmen
Including Crippled fleet R. I Douglas, a newcomerto or ('b.'""" Everett -
e J floor. H. Price
Emory and Joe O.
roadsides visible westward from the first eleven will operate at McKinney and Frailer many state legislators University
Irn Jails have a day. Temple street: along 10th streetat back. Shaw. President John J. Tlgert U. 8. District Judge A. V. Long

benches to whichay Clark and at Walnut; in a Set for Sept. 27 wing The starting lineup for tonight. P. Kluln Bayless. chairman of the State Road Department and others
be a'
removed for number of vacant areas on the with probable alternates Is givenas will be Introduced.The .

r cleaning out their west side of Cherry street (with left end J. Homecoming Derby prior to the
follows: Knight ; celebration will
he I 27, Is the date set
Bradford Sept.
Jail pries for improvement also apparent Starke EligibleFor offer the fastest
room of
the duration of their cornerof I for the annual Crippled Children's Godwin left tackle; Manning or ponies this and neighboring counties, according
at this consplclous HolUendorf left guard; Montelth to Chairman Everett
McKinney. Some 23: prospective entries have
their Clinic when handicapped youngsters
bunks Churchat
are so close to wln- Cherry Jefferson and, Jackson Call); along and at 7th I I from three counties-Brad or Crews, center; Miles, right Guard UnitLt. been showing their speed In weekly tryouts. Last of the practiceraces
guard; Carter or Hall right I will be held this
prisoners may reach In the so-called City Park ford. Clay and Union-will come Hazenor Saturday at 2:30 p. m. on the course just
street, tackle Edwards, right end;
hak the window glass, also known as the "sunken garden" to the Health Unit on Church Holtzendorf; quarter; Mooney, east of the city limits near the Lake highway leading from Call

PCS upon passing peds- covered with weedy Street in Starke for examinationand Col. Robert B. Harkness of I street.
now left half Douglas right half;
; '
I receive articles thrownI / vegetation. Several lots and one placement for treatment.All fullback.Nasworthy. Lake City was In Stark last Fri.I Committeemen believe that donations of beeves and pork for
I the crippled children white and Harley day In the Interest of the proposed I the barbecue
unauthorized vlslt- unkept lawn helped to spoil are not yet enough to Insure' a repast sufficiently large
kity colored to 21 years of age organization here of the new
police, who have up to accommodate '
otherwise pleasing appearanceoakshaded all guests and further assistance Is
urgently needed
attend this diagnostic whichIt ,
uties, are eligible to Nations! Guard Company
at via cannot establish Madison. that the clinic which will be con Buys will be possible for Starke to It was staledBasket lunches, which will be brought In by many

8h', wholly prevent' I Supervisor Bridges, said rains ducted by the Florida CrippledChildren' have If sufficient men and offleers county residents will go far In helping meet this problem
prisoners haveto dirt washed Into gutters by A minimum crowd of 19,000 Is
the Commission. Special can be obtained. expected Advance publicity

*ve written pull .up gifts Informaj and.. would be removed the celebration.A during ists in attendance will be Dr. Business Block According to Col. Harkness. headlining the event Is appearing in dally and weekly newspapers
week preceding -
j lowering a bedsheet i considerable amount of scattered John F. Lovejoy and Dr. Paul commanding officer of the 2d Bn.' throughout the state.

window. trash was noted in some. otI Hutchlns, orthopedic surgeons of purchase of the business block 124th Infantry It la planned for

cal 1 Institution is that I the recently mowed lawns. However Jacksonville, and Dr. Cornelia formerly owned by Charles O. Starke to have the Battalion Council Approves

I a town of this .Iz_ I Darby Is confident Carl then. Jacksonville Pediatrician Woodbrldge. of Lynn. Mass.chusetts .- Headquarters Company with a Temporary Type
nut a fence. It stands I little extended effort on They will be assisted In was announced this. maximum strength of four of. 1 15-Mill Tax LevyThe Camp BuildingsWill

Ittlng Highway 13 and I that a of Individual owners and the clinic by Dr. A. Y. Covington. week by C. H. Nasworthy. The fleers and 07 men. Before the

[House lawn for aU to the part of homes will remedy this Bradford County health officer, property .is that between the rail war Starke was home of the City Council meeting in Be SoldApproximately
vea and friends of a before the week's end and that and Mrs. Anna Wal; county field way and Cherry streets, boundedon headquarters detachment with a regular session Tuesday acceptedthe 2,000

Y shape for nur.e. the north and south by Calland complement of 37 men and 2 1946 tax roll temporary
pause below a winy the town can be In A.l The clinic will begin at 9 a. m. officers. and adopted a structures at Camp lilandlng will

on a brief converf Its host of visitors Saturday. Sep- asked to Madison.' Transaction included tax rat of 19: mills. The approved shortly be offered for sale according .
re .is also and new patients are I the store sites occupied by the The new proposed company will
f being discovered The Mayor
by 28th. rate Is to
tember their family physicians the same as that of last an announcement this
Part of tact that citizens consult A A P Grocery Rosenberg's and b* headed by a captain and three
a the week
delinquent'sIs of be by the of .
hopeful officer Corps engineers.The
that or the county and the lieutenants. There will be 33
It deemed,is se- endeavor to k eep It I Lady Fair beauty shoppe year.The buildings
as surplus
may /
N the fore attending.The Bradford House. ratings for non-commlsxloned of. Council will meet the first
general public. held here annually property. Include hutments,
l ar a, busy intersection I Graders under the sponsorship No. 56. Nasworthy stated "I am happy to ( ), 2 technical sergeants. ganization. Members urgently requested ings.
First Post
98 Legion 7 staff sergeants 6 sergeants 2
?eeable to the take this opportunity to Invent that no committees ordel..gatlona
average. i Additional
BHS and 17 technician wIth sale are to be scheduled
N does not approach! Examined At In Starke's assured future. corporals, submit their requestsbefore In the
disposal of 3,6OO other
penal standards, Oil Salesman Buys The price of the property's sale NCO rating.Organization. this.
I examinations wer.sfs5rr of the company meeting as the entire -I hutments mess halls and special
[credit of Jailor J. B, Physical for 98 first Bill Alvarez Home was not disclosed. I must be completed by November evening would be required for' type Army building
rvlor Bakers Immediate Council business.
the Inspec- the Starke ele- of 9, sod starting/ strength desired 'I It was stated that the buildIngs .
Institution to be Y. Cov. H. T. Walker, formerly New MechanicHoward and 20 1 The "ol4" Council will meet In for
np. A. the I .is at least 3 officers men. |' are open Inspection between
aj possible under the mentarydirector of the h.althdepartment. Jacksonville, has purchased A committee consisting/ members a brief session to wind up Its affairs 8.3O: a. m. and 3:30: p. m.,
ee home .t 313 Sasxer of Starke recently -
Beds Bill) Alvarez
are kept stated that there are W. R. ( from of city and county govern- ;i I and then the new C..uncII'1 Monday through Friday, to October -
mattress coven fredered. to b. examined. .I Ii N. Church St. honorably discharged and local civic or-, men will be sworn Into office. I, Prospective purchasersare
yet leg
Ia I pupils group
of salesman
There are sufPk number at the The new owner is a the Army accepted a position as I II Real
most ganlaatlons will assist In gettingjith I referred to the Area
ts, and .is but that for the American OH Company, auto mechanic with 'J. P. RobertaMotors
heating admInistered I off to a good Recent Births Estate. Office 3T5 Riverside Avenue
had been : Ala- new company : -
the winter. i check.Ups I working In Bradford Clay. 600 Temple avenue. Wed.nesday.
71 of the young.ters ,(I Counties. H[* .to .I start Jacksonville
l-'usston A total of and Columbia Mr. Sasser an aspenLanced I I
of the problem accompanied by their p.r.ents. "'chua. two children. and In the meanwhile anyone Interested Mr. and Mrs. Earnest E. Pope, Information regrsdlng the significance .
and has mechanic was employ. '
[ Commissioners at this were 1Is| married and their In the new National[ girl (Darlene Divine), Sept. 7th. I of the sal, as related

rung.. plans for a new on the results of the I I Mr. and Mrs. Alvarez In Oeata. Mr ed by the to Camp his Army Blandlng Induction.He MotorPool Guard st-up rosy obtain further t[ Mr, and Mr*. Raymond M. Addison I to the present status of Camp
ered living
r by James G. RogP' A report h reference to all- eon are now there by prior mechanic Ji Information from R. G. Kldd at;i Stark, girt September I Blr.mllng was not available this
:act: of Winter Park survey wit 1 Alvarez was transferred was an Army duringhis 17tb.
ImmuniZAtiOn. the Stark Airport week.
Construction 'costing aAn tie defecU announced and next week. ]|I the Gulf Life Insurance Co. military service. i

members of wID

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...GE TWO -
. . .- .- I home here Saturday after spend- demons ---
. . . and Mrs. Lynwood Watts. Until, ing several weeks in Ralford as of Brooker
TELEGRAPH coming to the Farm Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Friday of, lastro 'hMr.
BrookerBy guests of and Hugh and :Mra II'Itk
State FarmUy Blume lived in Starke. Rahn. Malcolm M

EnUblliibed 1877 WWtfleld Mrs. Ernie Yarbrough returned Mrs. T. W. Markey Lewis Clemons made a business

_____ and OwnetWM Mrs. Bryan Thursday from Gainesville where . . . trip to south Florida last week.
K. U Matthew _____ Editor . . . she was the guest of relatives for DONUTS
FISH FRY Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and ROIL

r Weekly on Fridays and Entered M Second ClaM MatterM BRIDGE CLUB MEETING: several days. Williamsof Mrs. B. F. Hazen, Mrs. Alice children, Terrell Bob. and Janice, PIES & CAKES
When Mrs. C. M. Turney entertained Mr. and Mrs. Robert Phlllls Hazen Miss were dinner guests of the Rev. None
Florida Miss
the <> Office at Starke Jacksonville the past Oliver are better
two tables of membersof Mra.'W.! H. Lubeclia Pinholster, Mrs. V. V. and Mrs. G. E. McGauley in
the State Farm Bridge Club at weekend with Mr. and thanLappe
Hazen and Mrs. Earnest Edwards Palatka Thursday of last week.
In his regular monthly radio address last week her home last Thursday afternoon, Williams. delicious fish fry at
returned to enjoyed a Mr. and Mrs. Lee Green and
Mra. Emma Rivers
Governor Millard F. Caldwell presented a hard-hitting arrangements of crotelaria and Branch Monday.
her home In Auburndale duringthe Sink family have moved to Gainesvilleto
zinnias combined with digitalis
indictment of the State of Florida for its woeful indifference yellow were effective decorations. past week after having been Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green were! make their home as Mr. Green Bakery

and neglect of public health. Refreshing: citrus drinks were with Mr., and Mrs. P. S. Crews shopping In Gainesville Tuesday.Mr. Is employed there. makes

"Carelessness, neglect and inertia are as destruc- served during the progressions for several weeks. Other guestsof and Mrs. Hamilton returnedto Mr. and Mrs Tom Edwards of CAKES

tive as machine guns. We must not allow people to and at the end of the games Ice Mr. and Mrs. Crews Sunday their home In Palmetto following Worthington Springs, Seeber Edwards IILIDE TO ORD

die because we lack the energy, the initiative or the cream and cake were enjoyed.At were Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Shaw a visit here with Mr. and of Tampa, and Mrs. Eva
this meting Mrs. H. M. Rich- and son Joe, of La Crosse.
loyalty to do something about it," the Governor deelared. Mrs. Zedra Hamilton -
arde and Mrs. J. C. Wallace, as Mrs A, C. Davis attended ser- and Mrs.
holders of high and second high vices at Union Church near Heil- Mrs. Emra Hazen
in Star'.caFriday EARN While You
Harrell were
.In view of this increased emphasis being placed on scores respectively, received bronn Springs Saturday and Sun- Cephus of last week. LEARN to Fl

the matter of public health by the head of our state double decks oT cards and in"bingo"
Government, jt is doubly gratifying to know that votersin Mrs. L. F. Chapman won day.SSgt.. and Mrs., Jack D. Brad The Rev. and Mrs. Parrish of
Santa Fe and the Rev. and Mrs. On The G. I. BILL
Starke's City. Election of September 10 endorsed cleansing! tlsnues.COMMUNITY J.ley M.are Bradley.visitors to En Mr.route and from Mrs. I C. A. Crosby were supper guestsof of RIG

continued financial of the Bradford Health :MEETING Sowell
support : CLUB Illinois where they had visited Mr. and Mrs. Luther
Unit by our city government. Voters here did this Lovely fall flowers In varietyof Mrs. Bradley'a parents they were Friday night of last. week.T. .

even in face of the fact that it might mean increased 1 color added beauty to the Club guests of Sgt. Bradley's relativesIn W. Mai'key, Vance R'iss, and I -

taxes in the form of a garbage collection fee, proving Room for the regular meeting of Roswell, Georgia, and in Jack Sam Mott enjoyed". a fishing trip New PIPER CUBS =

fttat they are not only sold on the idea o f public the Community Club Tuesday aft sonvllle. to Santa Fe lake Fth': y after- 0

:health, but are also willing to dig down in their pocketsand ernoon of President last week., presided Mrs. J.and G. Saturday and Sunday visitorsof noon of last week. I being usedin
Godwin Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannenwere and of New
help pay the expense.In trans Eustis Kelley son
Important business was Mrs. D. and her, the program .
H. Beasley River were visiting here Saturday
a general report on the public health M. and
programin acted. Mrs J. Bradley daughter. Ruth, of Lake Butler. afternoon.
Florida the Governor said that 40 percent of our Mrs. W. N. North, hostesses, served of
school children have hookworm, and it is found in every sandwiches with Iced tea dur Orlando Mr. and were Mrs.guests Lyle A.of Mr. and, Mr and Mrs. M. S. Hayes of Certified Ground School Class Instructions

county. The disease can be cured, he said, but the ing the social hour. Mrs A. C. Davis during the past Gainesville Eva demons were Sunday.Mr. guests. of Mis. Given by Certified Ground School Instructor

fight must be fight against unsanitary conditions. I Certified Flight Instructor
a COCA-tX>LA PARTY week.Mr. and Mrs. Richmond Mc-
Malaria and pest mosquitoes! present a health problem In honor of Miss Lila Rae and Mrs. Dave Thorntonand David and Mrs. J. H. Sowell returned Federal Approved Primary Ground and Flight
and a tourist problem, he pointed out. is her son Dewey were dinner
Caldwell, who beginning home Monday> after enjoy- School Certificate No. 5036.:>
The shameful fact that Florida leads the nationin college career at F.S.C.W. in guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil' ing two weeks in Miami w'th!' rel

the rate of syphilis was stressed Tallahassee this! year, Mr,. H. M. Brannen in Lake Butler Sunday. atives. For information please phone
among negroes
Conway ]
Rlcharde was hostess at a Coca- Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. at /11;
br Governor Caldwell, as well as the fact that it is Mr. and Mrs.Yllllsm Dukes
Dinkins Thursday were Mrs. R.
Cola party at her home Tuesday relatives Dukes or Libby at 32
were visiting
third from the top among white persons. "It costs afternoon. Fall Flowers, placed C. Griffis and Mr. and Mrs., Roy

little money to find and cure a case of syphilis, but it effectively enhanced the charm I, Griffls and their son Gerald, of recently.Mrs. .
Alice Oliver: of St. Augus- CONW A Y.LIBBY U-FLY-IT !
coots: many times that sum to maintain a syphilitic of the rooms used for the party.; Lawtey.Mr. tine is the guest this week of SERVICE

patient in the State Hospital" he said. This gathering was marked by and Mrs. John P. Turneyof Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hazen.: P. O. Box 303 Starke, Fla.Here's .
Jacksonville were guests of
The Governor blamed these deplorable conditions gaiety and Informality and. as Mr. and Mrs. Rjy Green were ,
Mr. and Mra. C. M. Turney Sunday
the fact lovely mementoes of It, Mrs. I in Galnesvillj: Tuesday
on that Florida simply has not laid out sufficient Little Misses Mary Carol shopping
for an adequate of public health. Rlcharde gave handkerchiefs to' Mrs. Charlie Kelley and chil- tastier bread
money program and Joanna Turney who had been sweeter
her honoree, to Mrs. Jack Bradleywho I ,
dren of Ziff were dinner guests
This state has been
spending only thirty-five cents per visiting their grandparents here
la a visitor and a recent .
of Mr. and Mrs. L.V. Sowell
capita annually public health and state in for several returned to their
on only one bride, to CN Mary Jo Caldwell days r FLEISCHMANN'S'
the southeast spends less. respective Jacksonville home with recently. with
: who was on leave from Charity Miss Doris Hodges of Jacksonville ,
In his plan for a new and brighter era in public Hospital In New Orleans and to Mr. and Mrs. Turney, Jr. was the weekend guest of I
Mrs. R. H. Cox left
health the Governor proposes that the expenditure, including Miss Roberta Whitfield who Is a for Roswell, Georgia where Saturday she Mr. and Mrs. E.V.. H idges. FRESH
state and funds be student at F.S.C.W. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey
county, city increased to will visit Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cox
two dollars per capita annually through} a state allot- Additional invited guests were for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis, A. B.
ment of $1,500,000. He has tossed that Misses June Caldwell. Doris Mon- Surrency Miss Iva Mae Lewis
proposition Mr. and Mrs. James R. Christieof
crlef, Melvene Davis, Pauline
and Mrs. W. O. Rimes visitIng
squarely into the laps of the members of the 1947 Brannen, Melba Strlngfellow, Vir Baltimore. Md., have been the were
W. L. Parrish, who is seriously -
legislature without of Mr. and Mrs. P. D.
fear of political consequences.In Enice guests
and Mrs.
ginia Engram ill at his home in Dukes, YEAS
commenting editorially on the Governor's cou- Bradshaw, Mrs. J. C. Wallace, Fancher for the past two weeks. Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Fancher
rageous plan, the Jacksonville Journal stated: "Some Mrs. J. M. Hembree, Mrs. Emory River Junction also Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Harrell of 4t-'
were guestsof -
legislators are certain to do their best to produce ad- Townsend, Mrs. J. G. Godwin and Mr. and Mrs. Fancher last Santa Fe spent Sunday with Mr.

verso political consequences for the Governor out of Mrs. R. P. Stubbins. weekend.Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry.
this issue they During the party hours sandwiches Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wilson are s'J ..
as attempted (unsuccessfully) with and potato chips with and Mrs. Oscar H. Thomas I
anounclng the birth of a son born
practically progressive Mr. Caldwell of Gainesville were guestsof
every measure proposed relishes were served with Coca- supper
in 1945. The Governor's request amounts to a Colas. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Godwin September
Mrs. Eldon Hardy and Mrs.
doubling: of the State's present expenditures, and there Sunday. Buster Rahn were shopping in -
will bo:strident. shouts of 'extravagance!} and 'wasting BOY SCOUTS ADVANCEA
regular monthly meeting of Stapling machine, Scotch tape Gainesville Friday of last week.
the people's money'. His opponents will'picture such all Mr. and Mrs.
the Boy Scout Court of Honor of paper punches types account Hugh Rahn and
things as cancer control, more state help to county the New River District was held books, ring binders and many O. J. Mott of Raiford were visit- IT'S FULL STRENGTH so it goes right to''

health units, more comprehensive attacks on venereal Monday night at the communityhouse. other Items at the Bradford ing relatives here Sunday. No waiting. No extra steps. Fleiachmann'ifl

disease and better sanitary conditions as 'fancy trimming' Ralford and the following County Telegraph. Mrs. Jim Mott returned to her J active Yeast helps make bread that's i m "

and 'fol-de-rol'." named,, boys of Troop No. 104 :

The opposition to the Governor's program that the were advanced from Tenderfootto For Safety, Comfort and Economy licious and tender, sweeter-tasting eiwyt:

Journal is Second Class: Clifford Bloods- "r
predicts characteristic of the opposition that
worth, Leonard Sapp, Jack David
meets almost everything in matter FOR COURTEOUS
new, no what
field Cason and William Oscar
Eng C" Fleischmann'3 active fresh Yeast
of human relations. There are still people who are opposed ram, Jr.WEINER. CORRECT i
to inoculation because of 1 .. with the familiar yellow label. ;lies y
a probable
sore arm, ..
regardless of the fact that it might prevent a case of ROAST INFORMATION L1A Dependable-it's been America's

typhoid fever. Spending money for public health is Thursday night of last week Please Phone 147 r favorite for more than 70 years.
Dewey Thornton .had a weiner
unpopular because
no one appreciates health until he
roast at the home of his parents,
it. Preventive medicine
seems a waste of money Mr. and Mrs. Dave Thornton. Ride Florida
Greyhound Lines, Inc. Busses
to the shortsighted because there is
always a chance After enjoying the welnera and"accessories"
that the disease WON'T be contracted, or the epidemic the boys and girls UNION BUS STATION

WILL NOT materialize.The played games around the bonfire Temple Ave. LACY CONWAY. Agent Starke, Fla.

development of willingness to spend money for several hours. ,

for public health is now and will continue to be a mat- Those participating In the fun

ter of education. That is why the vote here last week, were: Delores Ann Wainwright,
Betty Williams Carolyn ,
endorsing financial
support of the i
Bradford Health Helen Whitfield, Jimmie Godwin. I
Department, is so gratifying and encouraging. It in- J. W. and Raymond Walker and

dicatctf that at long last the people are beginning to "Sonny" Engram. Doyle Manningof M

recognize the value of good health and are willing to Starke was an out-of-town
pay cold hard cash to maintain it. guest. I .


Mr and Mrs. James W. Moody

announce the birth of a daughter,
I Ah Can Use More Pulpwood Norma tember 11.During Jean. on Wednesday, Sep- va -

the past week Mr. and
... Container Corp'n. of America Fcrnandlna. Fla. Mrs. Everett Blume and little

daughter: Janis, moved Into the

house formerly occupied by Mr.A .


liens Shorts all sizes 65c -

l/ I/in/ : /. S


Blouses & Skirts 8Se each i

Shoes for Ladies - 95e pair !

..T? ?

Ladies Rayon Hose 85c pair ; 4V/ f- .

I r II =-

Ladies Rayon Panties 65 c each# .

Ladies Cotton Panties Policy to ;
50c each t

Cotton Panties for Girls fit your

Size 2 to 6 r _r.u -. -- --- ____.#-_ ___ 25c;; each Personal Needs

E:a Nick's Bargain House Charley Agency E. Johns i



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States enlistment Army recently In the He United left Health Department Submits August Report . : ; . Mrs. Blood were returning to ettles at BethlelmD ______.

; last week for his basic training Showing Varied Activities of their home after spending several nl.veeks .ear Lake City.:
Typical MonthThe
at an undeslgnated LAWTEYBy in Waldon, N. Y >
>fr.. :M. C. Sweeney: Two other camp. Mrs C. S Bohanan of Miami is I Mrs. Lola Mayns; 111:1I011: g>'rtgseacher
Hampton young men following Is a report of the activities of the Bradford Th. School t In the Lawtey 1Mar
County the of her i
a guest parents, Mr. and i
b now in the Army are stationed in Health 4 . . . I
San Antonio Department for August, 1946: Mrs. A. M. Blanchard. this week w as the weekend guest of Ilex mum
SEPTEMBER 12 Texas. They (
I 'MET Watterson entertatn- David Brown and his are COMMI'NlrABLK: Mr. and Mrs. R ,A. Griffis and Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Kafuse attended ai nl dl\u hte..ln.law. :Mr. sad :Jbc. ,
[ M. L cousin DISEASE CONTROL the funeral of Mrs. Ji, .
Brrtla .
Holland sons, Donald and Gene dinner ames Hayes. In Melbourne.EARL'S I
vVoman's Missionary So- Brown. Admissions to Service _________-__________--______?_____ 4IMMUNIZATIONS were .
Church at her guests of Mrs. Grlffis' sister "
Baptist : : ,
Jive Thursday of last Marvin Williams was a lttrs. Charles Blundberg, In Jacksonville -
home recent visitor to Gainesville. Diphtheria Under 1 year ______________________________ 1 Sunday.Mr. .

1 .Sept 12.Hicks had charge Misses Helen Adklns and Wessle Diphtheria 1 through 4 years _______-fc_________:._________ 4 and Mr*. M. C. McLeod and GARAGE
ports service and thediscussed 'Pope and Bruce Maxwell and Diphtheria 5 years and over _____________..-___________ 4 children were guests of Mrs. Me- .
i devotional was "Nelghborli- Edward Saxon spent Sunday at Typhoid Fever _________________??.__??..____.__.__? 13 .eod's father, E. II. Smith, In On<<-lIaU Mile South of Starke on Road 13

Juniper Springs.Mr. Whooping Cough _________________-____._____________ 4 Madison Sunday.
All Kinds of Auto WorkALL
the social hour the and :Mrs. Joe Forsyth and Tetanus ____________._____...._.._-.__?_._.....?..__._ 4 Mrs E. Griffis spent Sunday
Served her guests delicious children, formerly of Lawtey, INTESTINAL PARASITE CONTKO.L at Kingsley Lake with her son- WORK USED "'''"'In....Bertie*

LAde, sand wlches andOp1ST moved last week into the G. P. Admission to Service _______________??_??.____________ 49 In-law and daughter, Mr. and GUARANTEE) AUTO PARTS DAY OR NIGHTWE
Wadsworth house. Mrs. W. C. Wooten.
Mr. Forsyth Field and office visits __________.__________.____________ 53 .
'" Is connected with the Mr Joyce Futch and children ..
PICNIC business here. turpentine Treatments given (Hookworm) _____________.____________ 48 were business visitors to Gainesville
t Methodist Church Sunday Mr. and Mrs George W. Rahme VENEREAL DI9KASK CONTROLNew Saturday. BUY SELL and TRADE USED CARS

I I enjoyed a picnic at Hamp- and children of May Port cases admlted to medical service ___..____________ 23 Miss Ellthe Collins spent the
,e Saturday afternoon. A Sunday with Mrs. Rahme's mother spent Clinic visits ___n______________.________?-.___________, 91 weekend in Gainesville with her I ,
of games were played and Mrs. J. T. Johnson. Mrs. Rahme Field visits and epidemiological investigations __________ 48 mother, Mrs. Florence Collins.Mr. p

M enthusiastically partook and her two younger sons, Gary Treatments given (Syphilis, Gonorrhea etc.) ____________ 60 ana Mrs. H. C. Kelly were
assorted sandwiches, cakes I and Larry, remained for a longer Admissions to hospitals __________.?____.____________ 6 In New River visiting friend When Your Tires Are Slick --Time to'Recttft
(old drinks. I visit. TUBERCULOSIS! CONTROL- lunday
j T Guy and Mrs. W. H Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells of t RECAPPING
I Charlie au ,
Dyal of Jacksonvillewas Admissions to medical servicea
I chaperones of the ocR Vero Beach were guests of Mrs. ANI VULCANIZING
were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. ( ) Cases ___________________..________.__.___._____ 3 Well', mother, Mrs Effie Miner, w
B. L. Hlnson Sunday (b) Contacts and suspects __________._._-_____.?___ 44 Saturday and Sunday. I ,
G\V ENLISTS Miss Betty Jean Adkins and Admissions to nursing servicea Mrs, Verdle Plummer of Miami ,

RMY Miss Garnlta Hutto of Starke ( ) Cases ______________-___________.__________ 3 topped in Lawtey for a short a""cy SERVICE
jmany !friends here of Elmer spent Thursday afternoon of last (b) Contacts and suspects ____....._._.___________- 43 visit Monday with her many REST MATERIALS:
III be !interested to learn of week In Jacksonville. Number of friends, She Is a former residentof
Mrs. Mary Lee Vining and Miss persons xrayedb I this city. GRADE "A" RUIIIIER
Madge Gay of Jacksonville spent ( ) Large 14" x 17" films __________?-?___________. 47 Mr. and Mrs. Q. W. Roberta attended I
the weekend here with relatives. Clinic visits ___________________________.**.-.___________ 47 the annual meeting at- Workmanship Guaranteed

XPERTR Visitors to Macclenny Sundaywere Tuberculin tests ______________________......_____________ 15 Union Church Sunday. PHONE, 79
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins Field nursing visits ________________-_________________ 43 Mm. E. W. Ayvea a member of I

and daughter Louise. Office nursing visits ____________________________________ 18 the Lawtey school faculty, spent!I

Cases admitted to antepartum medical service ____________ 6 x>ngw od.
GET 7Hf Cases referred to private physician ____.....__uu____ 1 Miss Linda Carter spent Sunday -
: with Miss Esther Adjoining Temple Garage 'Temple Ave.
1 ;' SPEEDY SURE Visits by antepartum cases to medical conferences n___. 10 the latter', country Shuford residencenear at

aR '' Number of clinic sessions conducted _______________-____ 2 -
Field nursing visits to antepartum cases ________________ 1 Mr, and Mrs. Prescott Wood
INDIGESTION Canes given postpartum medical examinations h________ 1 of Winter Haven stopped In Law- UNDERSTANDINGthe

V IC E CaNes admitted to postpartum nursing service __________ 2 ley for a short visit with Mrs ,
t Field nursing visits to postpartum cases ...._______u___ 3INFANT E. W. Ayves Sunday. Mr. and l'cono"1of management make upa f
I / of Service; which
) 1s AND 1'RMS'IIOOL: IIH. lESE primary quality our

Chas. C. 1Carpenter's) Infants admitted to medical service ______________u____ 7 Now Serving/ A Full M dedicated to the affair' and nerds of '

Infants admitted to nursing service __........__________.- 2 bereavement.DEWITT.
ShepherdGay's Infant visits to medical service and conferences ______.. 21 Line of Regular Dinners -

i Service Station Number of clinic sessions conducted _.__....____________ 2 Short Orders and 3E':
Drug Store Field nursing visits ------------------------7

Office nursing visits ____________________.._.____________ 4 Sandwiches! C. JONES
A Clean Quiet
Children admitted to medical service ______.____ n_______ 20
Preschool visits to medical service and conferences ______ 35 Place To Eat Funeral Director

[. B. Alvarez & Son Number of clinic sessions conducted ........-________... 2 STAHKB PHONE t
Our local funeral home enables us to
Field nursing visits ______________________.----__ _______ 1 IXIE offer convtniencet and services; not
Transfer & Storage Co. Pupils examined with parents present _.*._._______-_u___ 49 otherwise; IJL'I /abl,.

Office nursing visits _________u_________________________ 4.iII CAFE i
Phone 179 I.T IIYOIENE-MKUICAL: EXAMINATIONSFood : We furnish the highest typo service at the lowest prices .4

..' handlers (Including milk) ____________..--__________ 24 accept ANY life insurance policy In force, Issued by ANT _sm

Others _____________________________----:__--____________ 32 702TEMPLE paoy, as payment In part or in full on a funeral. Consultation
: AVE.Open .
local and MOKIIIDITV carries no obligation.
We long
operate 12.9 P. M. I
and Admissions to medical service -------------1

loving distance -. Anywhere in Field and office,medical visits ___________-jj ..-.....--..-- :t

StpraT the State of Florida. SANITATION Field and office nursing visits ___________==_'____________ 1

Fast, Careful Moving Septic tanks restored to sanitary condition _.-___________ 1 CITIES SERVICETIRES
Sanitary surveys and field visitsa d

( ) Private Premises ___________._:.____------------- 6

(Ib) Camps ___________-_-__________.______________ 1 1

(c) Schools ____n_________--__._.________.-______ 9
IN THE SOUTHEAST (d) Public Water Supplies _,.._______.__.__-________ 1Ie
I More people drink Atlantic AU and Beet han any other.It ( ) Complaints Investigated __________-__________ 3If 600x16 4 & 6 Ply

most be.. ( ) Nuisances corrected ________________-..________ 1 .

Field visits to food-handling establishments _.___.________ 61 FP71y

Field visits to dairy farms _________-___________________ 7 ----- .... .,-
L\lIOlt\TOln'-81M'1'lm..n. rxumlmsl: i
Water Bacteriologic Get Motor Drained M" I

(la) PublicGonorrhea ______________________________-__________ 3 and Flushed ,,
(Smears) ________________________..__________ 23 1:
Typhoid & Paratyphoid REFILL WITH

vt r (a) Stool & Urine cultures ___._________._______ 10

ICRLE Syphllhi(a) Serologic (Blood) ________...______:.L.._________ 102b : KOOL MOTORCanned

r ( ) Darkfleld _______________.._--------I]
ND (,ERawnN Tuberculosis (Sputuraa) .._.___.____-____..__-___-___ 1 Oil
S efts
Feces for parasites _ ,_ .._
Arwew.P-wrwl.1t Aew n.w.[,...n...M..I.AhT (a) Helminths _________________-__________________ 70 v. v. rEXIDE'-
Urinalysis ----------------------------------0

Hemoglobin _______________________________:.___________ 4

Gonorrhea _____ .. ___________________n_________________ 1t .

Syphlllls ______ ______________._______________________ 7 BATTERIESTry

11 I[ 1
. . . cepted employment, Mrs. Staring -

T ] and their" son, Eddie<< *, will

) GrahamBy join him later. A Tankfulof

:MM. John McKinney Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney The New Post-War )

. . . were visiting Mr. McKlnney's slater w; 4
Mr*. Leastef Kite, Monday, at
which time 11". Kite was removed KOOL M.OTOR -
,. Lue Dempes of Waldo has purchased to Alachua County Hospital -
E. T. Young
the In Gainesville where she i Is
here. The transaction took place seriously 111.Kveryone. High Octane
inresponsibility Mr. and Mrs. John McKlnny! having news Items. Ethyl Gasoline y eYou'll
for the Graham column are requested s
visiting Mrs.
children were
and to contact Mrs. McKlnny
Notice A Difference
McKlnny's aunt, Mrs. Melton, In
I not later than Monday In order
[ Waldo Sunday. for the news to appear In the
Friends of E. T. Young wUl be the fallowing Friday.
}X= glad to know that he Is Improv-I Aerosol Blitz Bomb
cleaning seriously. ing after a selge of Illness.
We take our dry Mr and Mrs. Edd Norman and
Because we know how-clothing coats seriously son. Hubert, of Rising, were I "l Used to Weigh Positively Destroys

have increased we take very guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell I 170 Lbs.!" S f:
responsibility for cleaning Starling Friday of last I ... Flies Fleas '
our to .... 0.M. HnvttMh l -
clothing. We are glad to report that M..IJ. | Nov.h.-"-t 1 19 l.....a low of
JI complete : : and recently underwent -, 61 lb.,lh.M.10 dtlmnu*A Y US
your j satisfaction who
C. Davis, ."....... lixly M duun. trim*. and Other Insects
ice. a major operation, is able I Mrs H..k.Clllllbe.l ..a ryN e
at the lowest possibleibil our M I ton I I in..In.....10 In.Mtuv.
with Is to return home. and S la. la IMIM. Your..-
cleaning business. You can entrust your 1 Mrs. Mellls Jones of North rn._but.r.tnr lit aV* rd.t IKK ndr.dne IM the New Type FIRE EXTINGUISHER For Car or Home.
returned to her home ...... Vajflnt ana MuM bliss
e clothing to us.PHONE Carolina Friday of last week She had ........nr M..., l4a ... Oil or Electric Fires EXTINGUISHED INSTANTLY.
her brother. 1''.. T In climcal u... an>ti>cwl by
| been visiting al. drat,. I.S. Ilia* / -
seriously ill. Mat 14 e. II.Kit
135 Young who was ,I..r.nn.._ ....... I. ,... i iwank.
and son.
Mrs. Lllia Willis .. tlM*T 04 VMMHa
kUlit', 315 spent the weekend in ...C..dr: ...._..a 1'Ia.
KEEN Lake Butler with relatives. tmuitm.Nodrac No_........You d.....e
fI TempleATC. .,
Mrs. Kate Starling and Miss cut out mar o r.lx.tarchp.c mcau A
l b.IM-r MM eis tNq fc.mpt.whmft
I Owner Ona Mae and Lamar Starling rip ....,. dS.oai, 4YII VKamrn k.andy ..
and h..d..a d.T*a DAY and NIGHT
were shopping in Brooker ==-Alrt:11: ,S.su Ii"'::
I Gainesville Saturday.Jennng .
4 Starling left for Orlando Koch Drug HlorPhon 3V Tear
Saturday where he has ac out this mA an a reminder. II. C. BROWN W. T. GILLTZ200


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Celebrates 86th Birthday Anniversary I I Miss Crowe Weds I Mrs. Fannie Smith ''and the Pacific WOUnd'4 =IQ -

I SOCIETY and CLUBS I Harley Strong Jr. Weds CalifornianThe Is active III theatre banking 011(

1 1 It Atlanta Ceremony. marriage of Mrs. Fannie Angfles Mrs.
Elizabeth Smith, formerly of Graham O'Hara 18
Baptist WMS Circles Baptist Brotherhood I The Ormewood PresbyterianChurch : and Waldo and Henry O'- Mrs. Clarence Prpneed the ;

Elect New Leaders Elects New OfficersThe of Atlanta, Ga., formedthe Hara California mine executive .
setting for the recent wed- was announced this week In a let- Our
And Assign MembersThe Brotherhood of the First ding of Miss Eleanor Elizabeth ter received by the Telegraph o'cl''k IItOI'l' Kill do..

Baptist Church held Its regular Crowe, daughter; of Mr. and Mrs.I'from a former classmate of the her 28th noon SetunL rcalehmte
Service -I
regular Royal program that
business and program meetinglast Thomas H. Crowe of Atlanta Ga., bridegroom. The letter states: .hthe
and the annual hNe
was presented the
evening at the church Jr. son
Monday to Harley Frank Strong I
I was entertained last Serb
business meeting of the Baptist eveningby
I The for the even- F. .
building. topic of Mr. and Mrs Harley Strongof
WMS wall held In the Church Mr. and Mrs. Henry O'Harain Our
Ing was the "Layman's Revival"and this city. The Rev. J. Sat
Tuesday afternoon with 24 members their lovely apartment on fashionable liveries "111 "Ik
for the
plans were discussed Klrckhoff performed the South New day, iliad,
present.The carrying out of this revival by G'I, Hampshire S"pt, 27th and
mony. ,Avenue in Los Angeles, and the Predate '"
program was presented by the brotherhood of the church. An ")
the Business Women's Circle under election of officers was held and .e tN9 ey, Loy Joiner of Atlanta was new Mrs. O'Hara !Is the former customer In WrhdpM
of Mrs. L. A. man for the groom and the ushers Mrs. Fannie Elizabeth Smith memorial
the direction the newly elected president T. B. ( eterd!"",
Canova leader. The Bible Studywas Harding will assume his new Included Andrew Crowe : widow of the late Rev.. L. C. Service men lot
conducted by Mrs. Canova brother of the bride, and David Smith of Graham, Fla., who passed SISTRCNK: FEED:
duties at the next meeting. The dq
and prayer was led by Mrs. H.'L.Hough. ., Nash away in 1940. COhlpA.THaving
former president Blanchard Law.prelllled ,
The devotional was followed over the business of this The maid of honor was Miss "The newlyweds, met many
'talks on our I s e' Ola of Quincy, Fla. She
by poster meeting.: The members of the try 10 ..k. a 9' d;. Campbell months ago and were quietly marred
"Neighbor Nations", Latin business Women's Circle preparedand eq:'Yi erls; r'r. wore a yellow net dress over yellow on June 29 in Yuma Arizonaby

America and their needs by Mrs served a delightful supper to e' r as eq taffeta, and her flowers were the Rev. L. L. Roberta They
Lex Green Mrs Ewell Lawson the brotherhood members. Amongthe lavender asters. The bridesmaid returned] Immediately to their
Ethel Mrs. Lewis D. Frieda Martin, of Quincy,
Mrs. Biggs ladles who assisted with the Miss Los Angeles home where Mrs.
Haines and Mrs J. D. Doyle. An were: Mrs. Ethel Biggs, Fla., wore blue net over blue taffeta O'Hara' is greatly interested in A Wedding So
supper ,
and displayof and she carried a bouquetof
attractive Interesting i Mrs C. A. Knight, Mra Ruby the work of the Methodist Church
Mexican handwork and pottery, yellow gladioli and pink asters.
Johns, Mrs. J. D. Doyle Mrs. Ted and attends all sessions of wom-
was presented by Mrs. Doyle. The Simmons, Mrs. E. Lawson, Mrs' The bride, who was given in en's activities, especially the Missionary .
program was closed with prayer marriage by her father, was meetings.
Arthur McRae, Mrs. L. A. Canova,
1 11 The business session was pre- skirt extended into a long train. Pic!,,,,
of mine in the law
and school
Orle ;
Dlnklna, Mrs. Wiggins, :.. >!
sided over by Mrs. Hough, Presi Mrs. C. O. McGrlff. ..' ... iY. '."-- Her veil of illusion was attachedto of the University of Californiaand Made by
dent. The minutes of the last! ..., ;; : &a' a halo of orange blossoms. was graduated in the class
meeting were read by Mrs. W. L. '?tIlT_..;if She carried a white prayer book of 1911. He has been a miningman T. H. Otbo

Andrews, Secretary pro tern, and P-TA To Meet .. ... '. ': '.,. 6=, : topped with purple orchids and for years In gold venturesand
approved. The Treasurer's report :' 7"', showered with tuberoses.The .
Mrs. Junlus Smith, president of \ / ..:.. t. .-:>-' has been active In' Siberia WRITE DOT III
by Mrs. Alderman .t #'i bride's entertainedat I j
was given parents
the P-TA, announced this week ..rt. '\ ... { c (at the old Hoover-Parkin mineat OR
Treasurer, and accepted. Reports a reception after the ceremonyat CUl iimKnEKBRos.su
Atbascar), Alaska Old Mexico
that the parent-teachers group ,
of Circles and Committee: will hold Its first meting of the Mrs S. E. Brownlee, long-time resident of Staike, Is pictured their home on Boulder Crest and South America. He has!

Chairmen were given. school year Wednesday, September above cutting the birthday cake at a family reception which marked Drive. Assisting were Mrs. H. G. traveled in Europe and was in the
The Committee,
Nominating Hester Misses Andrews
23.: The meeting will beginat her 86th anniversary on Sept 1. Mrs. Brownlee came to Starke 61 Betty first World War In the, Artillery
composed of Mrs. S. E. Sparks, and Betty Jane Johnson. Miss
Chairman, Mrs. W. L. Andrews, 3:30 p. m., at the high school. years ago from Mississippi and has lived at the family residence Joyce Human kept the bride's
Mrs. A. J.. Thomas Mrs. LewisD. All parents are urged to attend. west of Starke the entire time. Photo by T. H. OsbornefrcQJ1jAhLtLfr book. .

Haines and Mra. G. A. Anderson D, W. Moore R. A. Thomas, A. Following a wedding trip to OUR ,

presented the following slate M. Rlcharde. Lula Mott F, F. New Orleans La., Mr. and Mrs.
of officers for the new year begInning Flume, L. U. Morgan, Alfred Strong are residing on Boulder

October first, which was Mooney; Mae Edwards, A, O. An- Crest Drive Atlanta, Ga. MEAT CURIN(
adopted: President Mrs. H. L. dreu, W. G. Stringfellow, Pate
Hough; Young People's Director, Gassett Ella Johns. Miller-Griffis
Mrs Clyde Priest; 1st Vlce-Pres., Circle Two ROO
Mrs A 3. Thomas 2nd Vice-Pres.,
: Mrs. W. L. Andrews, leader; I Mr. and Mrs Joe E. Grlffls of
Mrs M. IP. Hazen; Treasurer, Well well Too bad college consin at Madison be
our so they'll Route 2 Starke the
Mrs. W. B. Alexander co-leader; announce
Mrs Q. W. Alderman; Training Mesdames A. J. Thomas, L. D. set has to dash away this close together Nina Bishop Is marriage of their only daughter, OPEN OCT. 15 To Cure Your! ;
School Chairman, Mrs. H. L.
week, just before the big celebra- completing her senior at
Haines, F. J. Shaw, F. J. Pelham, Doris Margaret to Larry Lamar
IJrownlee; Margaret Fund Chm., C., Harper, W. H. Perkins, F. O. tion Somehow I suspect that Wesleyan College, Macon, Ga. Miller of Palatka formerly of
Mrs. R. A. Newsome; Stewardship Hemingway, W. N. Johnson A. E. several of them will\ be trekkingback Sakes alive! Never has Brad- Jacksonville, on Sunday, September -

Chm., Mrs Blanchard Law; Children's Wall, E. W. Hayes, A. Durden, to Call Street around Sep- ford County been so well rep- 8, at Folkston, Ga. The I
Home Chm., Mrs. Ralph E. Lennon, W. R. Morse, L. A. tember 28, 'cause it isn't a bit resented In colleges and universities ceremony was performed by COLD STORAGE LOCKERS

Alvarez; Mission Study Chm., Rennolds E E. Canova, G. H. like 'em to miss a trick unless Call Street should cer- Judge A. S. McQueen of Folka-
Mrs M. F. Hazen; Community Bennett, R. H. Cox, Carrie Ing- they absolutely have too tainly be "high toned" when (and
Mission Chm., Mrs. W. R. Morse; Among those departing this week if) they all come home with degrees ton.Mr.
ram, R. Nunnery C. J. Powell and Mrs. Miller are mak-
Literature Chm., Mrs. R. A. Woodrow Flynn. for the halls of higher learnln' Here's wishing good ing their home In Palatka where FOR RENT Now
Thomas, Flowers Chm, Mrs. L. .
Circle Three were Darby Peek, Leonard luck to all :Mr. Miller Is employed. Their ad-
O. Powell; Social Chm., Mrs.Maxie (Jr.), Hugh (Sappo) Ingram,
Mrs. S. E. leader Mrs. dress Is General Delivery.
Carter. Sparks, ; FROM $2 TO $4 PER MONTH
Comer Perryman, George Powell, Odds
and Endlets: Glad to see
H. L. Brownlee co-leader Mesdames
The Circle Leaders were namedas Arch Thomas (Jr.), Jim Sewell, Miss VlrglnlSel1; left Thursday -
Joe Truby back from North Carolina l" t.-
follows: Circle No.1. Mrs. : T B. Harding, R. B. Alvarez \ ,
Andy AdkIns, Bill Long Mack for Tallahassee where she
M. F. Hazen, B. D. Law where he spent, the summer
W, L. ;
L. Q. Powell No.2. Mrs.
; Futch, Buddy Davis, and Billy will attend a retreat of the Wes-
with Jib and Eva Killian (his sis-
l D. L.- Silcox, J. E. Futch. W. A.
S. E.
3 Mrs.
Andrews No. '
Patray--all of whom will make a ley Foundation Council of the
ter (
and] brother-uvlaw1) at
Sweet, G. A. Anderson, W. J. Ep
Business Co
Sparks; Woman's Circle I STARKE ICE
frontal attack upon the University,, FSCW camp Flastocowo. She
Mrs. Lex Green. person, Edna Newsom, C. J. Waynesvllle,, Good to see Jess
of Florida .. w/' ,1. will enroll next week for the fall .
The Auxiliary Counselors for Priest. O. C. Webb, B. T. Thomas, I Alexander back on Call Street

the year: are as follows: YWA, J. M. Brownlee, L. O. Hemingway Off to Emory- Garland Godwin for the first 'time In many months session at'TSCW.

Mrs. Ralph Alvares; RA, Mrs. L. W..-M. Edwards, Burton Rosier Billy Colaon go Jerome Johns, taking the fir In his auto Tues- --, -
A, Canova, Mrs. Ewell Lawson; M. ,M. Morgan, E. F. Miles J. H. day, and hopes to be "back on his

Intermediate GA,' Mra. One Wiggins Hundley. ,'Alvarez and J.:&E.(Jr.Denmark) Is packing. off Ralph to i I feet" soon Sorry to hear that We Have A New'Shipment of Parker "51" PensBULOVA

Mr. Frank Landrum; Jun- Business Women' Circle attend Eastern Carolina Teachers young John Adams had the mis-

ior OA,- Mrs. Jesse Newsome, Mrs R. A. Green, leader; Mea- I College at Greenville N. C. ., ., fortune of breaking his leg while

Mr!. H. J. Newsome; Sunbeam dames Ethel Biggs L. A. Canova, Then of course we have the regulars riding a tricycle last week I
Band, Mrs. Paul Canova, Mrs Paul E. Canova, L. F. Dlnklns L. -Dooley Davis, Marjorie He's getting along fine, but 'lowsas .r:0.

Ruth Morse. H. Jennings Ruby Johns, C. A. Davis, Virginia Sewell Shirley how being In a cast klnda
The Circle rolls for the coming Knight T. F. Landrum. A. RMcRae. Colley, Velma Norman, and Roberta cramps his style Hear the )tJr;:>
year are as follows: W. B. Mundy, Freeman Whitfield-who depart for M. B. HcrTongs are back from

Circle One Register, Floyd Green, Guy Sale, the hills and halls of Tallahassee North Carolina and are continuing -
Mrs. L. Q. Powell, leader Mrs. E. B. Ted Simmons O their
; Searing They'll be Joined at FSCW by vacation at JacksonVille -
Q. W. Alderman, co-leader; Mesdames A. Wiggins J. E. Wilson J. O. freshmen Anice Green, Wanda Beach Understand Doc
E. D; Tenley: H. A. Lawson Godwin J. D. Doyle, Evelyn Wise, Pearce Lila Ray Caldwell, and almost came down with pneu- G

C. G. Barksdale, Maxie Carter E. Lawson, Sarah Lawson. G.McGriff Merry Beth Knight This Is monia In N. C., so decided Florida flk .moa-
Etta Tlson, B.' F. Beard, P. E. C. Land, Miss Wilma Dooley's last year at Tally before was the beat place to be, after
M. Barefoot, Margaret Newsome, Alexander. all .
/she gets that coveted A. B. .
Louise Stem left this week for Seem to have kept so busy try-

St. Louis, Mo., where she will ing to keep up with the college
continue her study of music at boys and girls this week didn't #

CARPENTER'Stake Washington University Mary have much time for anything else \ .
Alice Yarbrough left last week So guess that's all for now

for Madison, Wis., where she'llbe 2I u ei-

pleasure in announcingthat a freshman at Edgewood College So long See you In the I

Her sinter, Fay, is still next .
attending the University of Wia- Carolyn..
they noir carry

the I Orld-l mo.* I Annie Mae Thornton Billy Boy Dowling

.... : Weds John H. Morris Has Birthday PartyIn r

.. 1'' and Mrs. W. E. Thorntonof :
't'NA..r. >fr. honor of the second birthday

.,",''.-1\11\1"": this city announce the marriage anniversary of her son,Billy Boy, .;'
I.ti" of their daughter Miss An- Mrs Billy Dowling entertainedwith

nie Mae' Thornton, to John H. a children's party at her -:9Zef: .

tss' Morris, son of Grover C. Morris residence, :377'west Call street, .

and the late Mrs. Morris of Jack-I Saturday afternoon from 3:30 until -

J.i e sonville on Sunday, September 8, :S I o'clock. 21 jewels

at Folkston, Ga. The ceremonywas I The rooms of the apartmentwere

\.\ performed by Judge WilliamL. made more attractive for .
et this
occasion by the tasteful arran&ements -
) e\ ads0St McQueen of Folkston. of dahlias, marigolds, The Bale. "Excellency Group"tymbollxei : :' i 0 ';'
Miss Thornton chose a beige y
,.\ \\ brown zinnias and goldenrod, and a love- years of psionakiag effort Qr:;"
dress with white and acces-
,. ly birthday cake with two burnIng in ib. creation of fine wucbet.; We r r + r'
sories for her marriage, and her
\. candles was the center of at- A'
\. are proud to present ibem. .
"" ,'" corsage was of white asters. She traction. The young guests were ,
had as her only attendant Mrs. presented
favors of gaily colored
C. P. Yawn of Jacksonville hats and .
Inflated balloons, and
\ ,,, Miss Thornton attended Brad- during the game of "pinning on .to
ford High School and was for- the donkey's tall" Barbara Ann lUCTOa-211eweta 157.50

\ merly employed at Dahmer' Gift Johns won first prize and Patricia
I Shoppe. Mr. Morris Is an em- Ann Plummer won second prize. B."l1J.S.TaD2110'We1a' $67.50 .

f ployee of Railway Express Agencyin Assisted by Mrs. Clifford Hazen 5vv'a
Jacksonville. and Miss Ernestine'Moore .
I Created with all the Following a. wedding trip to by her mother. Mrs. Roy Mathews -

talent, knowledge and experience! of various points of interest in of Palatka Mrs.. Dowling
DBLEl'f4 RUBIl'ISTKD'f-tirele.' scientist and color Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. Morris,served the little visitors delicious'
will make their home at 140 Me-
of Ice cream and
expert. Discover for yourself why 'women Duff avenue in Jacksonville. GEM

wear by PASTXUVJZXI ACK CBCAM a. cake.Those enjoying the afternoon

their all-'found cream. 1.00.Why they use Ladies AuxiliaryThe with Billy Boy were Jimmie Dow-

tile glamorous CBKAM TOTT rouifOATioi' 1.50. ling Martha Lois Long Patricia

I How the sparkling colors of HelenaRubinstein's regular monthly social and I Ann Plummer, Benny Saxon,
I dreamy-smooth program meeting of the Ladles Carol Searing Billy and Marc
/ LIPSTICKS Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian Jackson Dot Green Reese San- Jewelry
I flatter. 1.00. Just three of the many Church will be held next dra Haz n, Marilyn and Barbara

Helena Rubinstein beauty aids, world-famous] Tuesday afternoon at the Kings- Johns Diane and Margaret Col- __

i because they do something for you. ley Lake home of Mrs. J. F. Bur- son, Freeman Register III. and
I par F.4 r. nett at three o'clock. Mrs. T. N. Mary Ann Long.
I Kendrick ts In charge of the program 109 E. CALL ST, .
I and all members of the Mr. and Mrs. James A. Bussee -1

I auxiliary are urged to be present visited Wednesday with Mrs
-- -- Bussee's
-- U this meeting. aunt Mrs. R. J. Davis. -


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BITS of LOCAL NEWS I Isnd mer Mrs Miss J. Jordan Wooten the for Mr. and Mrs. A. F Sauls spent New Laundry Unit I[ approximately 3 p. m. ||I Miss", Evelyn Stump la apardhrt ,

Grace Phelps of the last Saturday In Lake City where Howard, popular employ of a few day this week In St. A_

Starke FSA office, writes that they attended the funeral of Mr. Placed In Operation I Carpenter's DrugStore, was reported I gustine as the guest... of Mr. aa4 \
H. C. Cunningham Mrs. Ell Ensue and Mrs. Roy; she and her husband recently Saul's brother John E. Sauls. to be still 11a state of Mrs. T. B. McDonald.
Mr9. 'Griffin Starke
week to their home of Jacksonville were moved to 147 WoO
ed this Calif., following guests here Tuesday of Mrs. En.sor's N. C., and are teaching in In Jacksonville. t I a native of Bradford County and |

f ineeleH parents. Mr. and : mother, Mrs Bertha Pearce the Junior College there. Friendsof Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight returned washed 300 pounds of thoroughly In recent years a produce dealer i i Tailor-Made
her and Tinned laundry
with 'at Lawtey. Miss Merry Beth Knight of Mrs. Wooten will regret to home last week after per at Arcadia. He had been visit
s McCay Gainesville the capacity of the new ,
S. Attorney HolllsL I was the guest of her that her father A. W. spending a two weeks vacation $2000 Ing relatives in the Brooker area. ,
U Hoffman-Amlco
stant grandparents. Col. and Mrs. D. E. Phelps, died on Sept. 28 at the trip In Waynesvllle.\ N. C., and laundry .
Ighl, Of Gainesville, spenty I Knight, the first of the week She age of 86. He and Mrs. Phelps 'other points of Interest.Mr. machine placed in operation yes i.. ( 'irornf.. 11ft alFlrnne'oin'rt .
starke. He recentlyed will terday by the Starke Dry Clean. Kt.OIIIUtl IM CHAN:
y In Talla- leave Sunday to enter the had been married 61 years and and Mrs. L. F. Dlnklns re- KHV.
ed court Florida State College for Womenat two days. turned home last week after ers and Laundry. l.it\vtn ilrirriii rinlntlff, YD. MllllulaUrlffln
This modern machine l>>>r'.mli.nt. ,'''R'' X<> do 7.1OltnKH
Tallahassee. was crated -
W. O. Haile of Starke and lon spending a vacation in Waynes- OP P"LI 'ATIl>N
f and Mrs. E. J. Nix of Mr. and Mrs. Charley E. Johns Jack Halle of Miami vllle. N. C. by its Syracuse, N. Y. builders : ANt NIVTICB TO APIBAN8TTK ti f
South Carolina, were for OP KIAUUDA to: MU1I.I.
and and export to the armed forces
family, Jerome and here Mrs. Minnie Drake '
Markley Tuesday after enjoying an of Lakeland :Orlffln. whim re lilnce. and
Mrs Nlx'a parents Mr. Ann shortly before the end of the ..... .
of spent Tuesday In Jackson- automobile trip to New York Is the guest of her son and daugh. war In unknown 1111'1'
Andrews, here City You required to
M Wesley ville.Mrs. and Washington, D. C. ter-In-law Mr. and Mrs. Louie and was made surplus by the demobilization -I..r. .. .. are II. llUtl, In the above appear.....n.

eek.rfl't'lvrd. E. F. Cain Drake. II program Junlua M. ruurt and cause wherein plaintiff
Thomaston. .All Work Guaranteed
: screen wire cloth For home portrait nee T. II. m.*k.. divorce Itrailforil County
Ga., spent this week with Misses Lucille Mitchell and Smith, proprietor of the laundry shall this
her borne. See Telegraph publish OrderIn
Bradford Hard- > on
paC"t. I
,sq ft., cut. mother, Mrs. W. M. Jackson. Ulaa Nina Bishop left Tuesday Della Rosenberg returned yeeter-I explained and added that he obtained )I I next tour mv hand weekly and Issues.Witness official. neal WARD SEATCOVER _

E. Green of Mt. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Powell and for Macon. Ga., where she will I day following a vacation the equipment through the'! at Mtarke, Florida. thin 1I.'I.mbu! CO.UAY'H .
War Assets Administration. Id. I9/d,
family, Mr and Mrs. New York City, Philadelphia
is spending this A. enroll for her senior year at (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ]
Md., Bishop Jr.. and Miss Nina Bishop Wesailyn College. She !I Pa. and Columbia S. C. I JThe machine's features Include A. Clerk of said Court. SERVICE STAT1W1'l'Mroe
was accompanied
fend with her grandparents, spent Monday In Jacksonville. I For wedding portrait. re T. II.Onbornc. automatic heat regulation and liy Liiirlll O Connor I>. C. 10 Court A Madlww Sta.
to Macon father
her ..
Mrs. T. J. Griffin. I by 7 oh II. Itnuglas, lulnvNvllli, Fin
d Guests of Mr. and Mrs. See ad on page 4. time-cloek controls that neither ,
Eunice Lawson of Auburnupending Joe I H. A. Bishop who will proceed. I Ally for fir 9-r0 41 10-11
i I Arnold are Mr. and Mrs. Jack to North Carolina to enjoy a'' under nor over-wash the laun
this visit-
s Sidney of Baltimore, Md. Mr. : Bradford dry. For protection of employeesthe I
vacation there. Delegate
L Marvin, Alton '
I Sidney Is manager of Loew's Cen- W. B. mammoth washing machinehas
bell Lawson and their fam-: Mundy Jr. and Harry Served As "Judge"At
tury and Valentla Theatres In, Houston are spending this weekIn a series of safety devices that g >

Baltimore. Laurens, S. C., visiting Mr. Boys State prevent It from being placed In b

SPECIAL: Guaranteed permanent Mundy's mother, Mr. W. B. operation by accident or carelessness WHILE YOU WAIT,.

AnnouncingThe "ave. '5 at Leila's Beauty Mundy Sr.Raymond. Stanley Crosby of Brooker, during loading or unloading

Salon. J. Gomes returned representative of the local American operation. LET US RE1WILD YOUR OLD BICY ,LR

Arrival of Prof. J. H. Henikl of Georgia: home Sunday after spending a Legion post at the recent Mr. Smith, who has 30 employees --

hina Silver Crystal Tech, Atlanta, U the guest this two weeks vacation visltlnK '"Boy's State" In Tallahassee, reports and a payroll of fTOO

fer Chosen Pattern" week of Rev. and Mrs. W. J. friends and relatives In St. Louis, an enjoyable and informative weekly, stated that his plant rep BIGGS & BAKER Bicycle Store

Churchwell.Mrs. Ma. week's training In state and resents an Investment of approximately

Dave Swindell of Lakeland D. A. Montelth newly elected municipal government $35,000, and that this latest

andelabra and Floor la spending several days here this city councilman, was/ called to the J j A 17-year-old senior at Bradford acquisition of machinery "is 125 \V. Call St. STAUKE, FLA.

i Baskets For Rent week with relatives and her bedside of his father, William I High, Stanley was elected only added Insurance that the

brothers, Marvin, Alton, and Monteith 81, In Phoenlxville. Pa.. I municipal judge of the hypothetic people of Starke and Bradford

be Bride's Shoppe Euell Law-ion. Sunday night. The elder Mon.' cal city of "Franklin," and for County will continue to have fast, FLAGS! FLAGS! FLAGS!
Miss left three days presided\ civil and
Shirley Colley Wed- telth fell down the cellar steps of efficient and economical laundry
( J. M. Mitchell
Mrs. '' nesday for Clearwater where she his residence earlier In the day criminal caaes. Attainment of and dry cleaning service right

302 W. Madison St. will spend, a week with a college and sustained a fractured skull the office also Involved practical here at home."

friend, Miss Dorothy Bush and other Injuries. The council. I experience In electioneering and -- C'

made the plane connections In campaign speeches. e

... ... .. Jacksonville\] Sunday night and arrived -! Young Crosby sat In as an observer One Dead, Another -T 'fI

In Phoenlxville earlv Mon. of the "Boy's State" legislature Seriously InjuredIn
OICE PIANO which afforded activitiesin
day morning. The Injured man '
died Tuesday when pneumonia a complete replica of Florida's Truck Accident I \ ..!L

complicated his and government The L* 'onwponsored -

URSULA? BARNES funeral services will condition be held this I students of north and west Alvin demons 42, of Arcadia, r
Florida elected their candidate for was killed and V. E, Howard,
afternoon (Friday). jJ
Come and be fitted for your governor. Jack Wise of Quincy, local pharmacist suffered critical 1
announces injuries In an automobile accidenton <
fall and winter SI'IKKI.LA health over stiff opposition from the
the Sampson City Road at
garment, roitH., girdle, and also representatives of south and central -
Registration for Private Voiceor surgical belt. Cometlrre.Mm. Florida. 2:30 Sunday afternoon. Clemons,
whose skull was fractured died
The simulated .
governmental operations .
Frank Hoover .
Piano Lessonsat shortly after he was placed In an I
Mrs. J. M. Urownlee, Mrs. S. E. were conducted In the GET SET
State Capitol and at the ambulance. Howard Is receiving
Brownlee and Mrs. Earl Johnson
U.S.O. Week 3:30 P. Florida State for Women. treatment In the Alachua County 1
Days at M.B. Holt in College 11
and son spent Sunday
Gainesville with Mrs. S. T. Dell. Some 300 boys attended from all Hospital for a head Injury and \1 FOR THE BIG

A. and Graduate Work in M. A. Degree family Mr. ,and Mr.Mrs.and E.Mrs.D. Frank Hague Pal.and counties Stanley and Is cities the son of of the Mr.state.and I shock.Hogan Smith, Jr., a third occupant 1ti

Mrs. C. A. of the vehicle, CELEBRATIONSEPT.
mer and daughter Ann and Mrs I Crosby, of Brooker.He was reported
Airs Barnes is 'a Concert Artist in Voice and Piano. Annie Turner of Alachua returned will! enter the University of I' unhurt except for a minor

She.has .g\ven:\ concerts in Town Hall, N. Y. home Monday after spendingten Florida In 1947 to prepare for a back Injury. 28
I '
days at the Dell cottage on .career In law I In an Investigation by county .
authorities It was learned that
Kingsley Lake.
the automobile, a dual-wheel Ford
.Mary Sue Epperson spent last Scout OfficialsAt .
/ .
pulpwood truck had been bore
t- .
week-end In Jacksonville visiting
', / her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Rotary Club rowed from Ray Ooodge, of It i'

of R. L.. Richarde.. Sampson City and was being a t We have a nice\ !
j.ueryb+r4ene-h ? M. G. Bonwe/l I, Boy Scout executive driven by Clemens to furnish -
received wire cloth, : assortment of
Just : screen from the Jacksonville office Howard transportation to Starke. I

So per NO. ft., cut. Bradford/ ).Hanle and Capt. Robt.. M. McAulley Clemons and Smith were) then to #'I \ \
ware.'a FLAGSYou
f I of the Army Air Forces, were \
; .INSURANCE Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle and guest speakers at the Rotary have returned to Brooker. Described .I'
as traveling at a high Will Several
liOn Jack Halle Of spent Club Wednesday in the Interestof Need
WJUfi" rate of speed, the truck left the
Wednesday In Hastings visiting.+ the formation In Starke of a For Decorating! llbme,
right aide of the radC'Iroall
friends.Mrs. 1
Z CONSTANT ( Senior Scout organization Hullin",, & Automobile
near the Jack Wynn residence,
Jeanette Kincaid of Tampawas I' Senior Scouting I..* a new move
SERVICE the guest of her brother-in- ment designed to Interest boys approximately one and one-half '" .I .. ", ".. ,,, ..

OVER 50 YEARS law and sister Mr. and Mrs. O. L. from 15 to 18 year. of age. Mr. miles west of the .Brooker high AGENTS FOIl IJRINLEY .'I.OWSAUTS
Beasley from Friday of last week Bomvell expressed hope that the way.thrown out and passengers the Ford were apparently Just Received Small Allotment of Plow
until Tuesday. I Rotary Club would this
went Into a skid, striking -
and Mrs J. E. Thomas

I. C. WALL AGENCY Ft'RE.t.tFE and Mr.daughter, of Dover, were re I new Its continued organization sponsorship In addition of Buy to' demons and Howard as It
spun around. The truck then recrossed -
cent guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Scout Troop 70. Capt. McAulley : Farm Home & Auto

E. Thornton.Mr. who has been loaned by the Air the road It Is stated.

Please Phone ...6 and Mrs. Jack McIntyre .Corps: to assist I n organizing Members of the Wynn family
and children of Wlldwood spent Senior Scout units also. spoke heard tbe accident, and calls. for I Supply, Inc.
the past week here as guests of briefly. help from Smith. They hurriedto

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thornton.)I, J. H. Henikl who has been an the scene 'and shortly after 141 WEST CALL STREETI

Friends of their daughter, Du- Instructor at Georgia Tech for ward removed\ demons and Howard .

ralne McIntyre, will regret to the past 47 years, and !I. still\! to Starko. demons died at'.

CLASSIFIEDSTROUT learn that she Is confined to St.I teaching at the age of 90 gave a

Vincent's Hospital In Jacksonville short discussion of the Rotary

1 YOUR FARM. CITY AND I FUR SALE-One consisting OJr concrete throe Bpart.blockhouse due Mr.to and Illness.Mrs. Carl Rafey of I wheel a mechanical all seen engineer.through the eyes of I PLENTY OP PARKING SPACE EASY TERMS AT UENJIAItK'SLeather J I
raBh.Hrudford Brookline Mass., spent Monday
p.-dtforpagasd t'heap for Guy Andrews, chairman of the

Starke.Engineering Co,8-141 phone" night with Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank" Magazine Committee, gave an interesting Case Electric Portable RECORD PLAYERS $38.35
94. Landrum. Mr. and Mrs. Rafey
discussion of the September
Excellent' Tone Splendid Reproduction Beautifully Constructed
SELLS ItEA.LGreCt..t FOR SAUE-One acre with *-room I were enroute to Miami where they "Rotarlan".

house, bearing. pecan trees and will make their home. Mr. Rafeywas ." ..,.. v .
ad.er4Wr .f e..aeter.roperly. other tr...... hou e,1 311-.1 at -
large formerly stationed Camp
ttmn ..'. ..er farm -room pj-can
..Ira .r Heaiee_.......- grove and other fruit tre". Fla. Blanding prior to his discharge Mechanical Spring-Type RECORD PLAYER Only $25.75
... Barer* few. all ...r tk. close to town (..f Hampton. i the
P... ..... ...It_. equipment. B head good. from army. ,., .. .. .. .. ,....
STROUT breJd .to..k cattle !)sellhroost Mr. and Mrs. Rawson J. Davis.
I Locally By have onabl.electricity.J. O. Adklne, Hampton g.zo Misses Idalou and :Marjorie Davis, Durable Wooden DOOR MATS Now Only 25c
Hp and Leonard Smith Jr.. spent
('. HOUUNOSWORTH pla. __ __ | Sunday in Jacksonville where Price 95c Only One to a Customer

116 So. Walnut St. whensFFins andYFeathersrYhOI'e they attended the wedding of) Original.'" ,." ,. .... ., ....,.,. ..,.,.,.,...
70. It Mrs. Davis' niece. Miss Joan

TRES8E3'<1; furniture of all upholstered kind reno and Tatum who was wed to James A.I All-Wool 27x45 SCATTER RUGS $3.64

lulled. Drop u. a card. FOR n..nth.REST furnished- orrunfurnlrhed9 Bussee on Sunday afternoon at Limited Number DETTER SHOP EARLY:
MATTRESS CO.. boa 3"4 no..r
Rt. I. Church.Mr. I
Palatka. rl.. tf L.:.e Wer B. Jordan..".. ....Iry. sp D.Z!) ,. Riverside. and Baptist Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Mrs. HOWDY businessman FOLKS: An had enterprising the following ___ ,.. ., ., .....4. ..

R"\IC'F.-I\ write all line.: fir. WASTED-Ir.'nAklnC and plain.t I. P. Shepherd and her mother, posted on the Used CHAIRS
H. E. Fuller sign Slightly OCCASIONAL A. t. Col. $3.95
">mobn, liability, and life. N..lner. Mr. 9-Z1 Mrs. Jones, spent Tuesday In ,
< Ihwds Itp desiring to
n for your Insurance need Central Dry premises: "Anyone
ID. Walnwrlcht Jr.. 131 East I Jacksonville. attend the funeral of a near ___ ,.. ." ....,,,___, .,. ,....., .. ,,, v ." VT ,.
I1 I street, Phone tf building n..tto Guaranteed
LEASE-Store SPECIAL permanent
FOR I I I office
Company relative must notify the
liradtord llardware Ennls, 3 at Leila's. Beauty 1 Used STUDIO COUCH Spring Constructed
KENT i-roora apartment for lease by owner. Gary'Ia.ltP. wave, by ten a. m. on the day of the 34.50
'".i hil. Oae heat. Keniion- 1". O. L"o" 4113. Stllrke, ): 1-20 Salon. game. Opens Up to Make A Comfortable Double lied
Inqulr. Cixja-Cola Plant. i ib" W. T. (Billy) Jackson who Is

tf FOIL tlALE-LaylnlJ pu I 10... IOU to ,,i a patient at the Veterans hospital "So Elsie's a business woman.' v. ., ,., "4" .". ... .
iB l*" 120. '
t'PHOLSTRY and ."I.ct.d from.... type SAARmonths In Augusta, Ga., Is expected What business Is she Interestedin
r reflnUlj old. .r. CARD TABLES Well braced beautiful
rk. see am. W. call for and ... .hor".. All "r Cold home Saturday to spend a 30-day ?" strong, $4.95Handsome
'. McCord Furniture Nov .IK R. I\oan. .t
IIhop, mL. porth of St.rk. 0Jgeach.. John. Hlandln spur track furlough here with Ms family. "Everybody's"And; i r 4' ." ,, ..
Bard U. 4tp '-20 Hull Highway place U J"n"lIon. lip I I' Mrs. A. M. Pettit of Alachua
I mf lmuf fmmmmml fI and be lure that

"M-RENT Electricity._ 10-room Water furnished pumps FOR RENT-0 Kln..I".room furnished Lal<., "I.trle ot- i and were Jim guests Shine last of week Jacksonville: of Mrs.Pettlt's .we're Interested you may In :your bunlnessv 3-Piece Walnut Bedroom Suits .
.. on
.r.. Known a. old Feeler tags Not availabl" for f pets.Mrs. and daughter-tn-law -the part which has to do
ST.-" ?!* mile NW Btarke on kite lien. ..mall chlldr.n nr son with car. We want to
|'ford Highway, S.. H. E. lies. with E. J. Luwling109 Christi Mr. and Mrs. Charley E. Johns. your I."VGE ONLY 4-Drawer Vanity
"n'lt u It It the beat servicing possible -
! R.lford. Itp ...rnt, 'pllon. I12J. I Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Koch returned give

T-Furnished 'apartment, SALE 11.00" actual. last Friday after spending -: and as quickly and I-Drawer Chest 79.50 Pewter JledIT'S
r'>>m., with prirate bath. Phone JEEP FOR Original heavy Arm, UP" weeks vacation visiting speedily as Is consistent with

rkA. Via Scott,. eOe Temple A.liP e.. tires mil.and mOlD'11'$. In .. yBakery cycle.00<1 I a points two of Interest In Chicago 111., good work. Let us servo you

!-I will not be responsible (RI'ondltton..... BI... '" B 1 tas."p and Indianapolis, Ind. today. A REAL BARGAIN

any debts contracted by Mrs.I I! Mrs. T. T. Long left Thursday GULF OIL PRODUCTS
Clark. (Signed) W, a Clark. RENT-\lAdllH .tr..t t room' for Baconton, Ca., where sn. will
Itp FOR and 0.room ,.. ,
furnished, Mrs W. T. v '.1 "E
house, un-rurnl.".... They rent visit her mother Washing Polishing

7 RRNT:Adams. Small at Hampton farm. 'See Lak.Mr... house together. T.hvllon. 3J. Itt't Jackson. P. Cahagan Islpendlng Greasing A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
;Tptnn. PI., or Or. W. E. Mld- .
As Mt"'k.. Fla. It FOR- 8ALE-.lon.rY. .. ond strawberrys .. a vacation In Savannah Temple & Lake

' *'''.E-.E..t..r Illy bulb ready By abed Look tho..oan"Ilk.. AU40 .2. Ga., with her son and daughter- John H. Denmark Furniture Co.

' .l.ntln -phone Is*. Btarke.farm. lip:. volt r..llo.or A H.pur",,':''niTour..4. I. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Caha- Service Station

hot 110 can Jr.

,.a.1l.E.. -.3O-acr. 13 acres {'amp. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Holtzendorf Phone 179 PHONE 151 STARKE FLA.rAGK.
**. rut woodeland. Ha maw Everrh.rVsolid 'a this week Mrs. I
I SALE-tli guest
L.'* and FOR and pencil Ht.I have a
out build I. ... 1 mile I goad pen .
tawhy on Jn|. Enle Road. I prl..d at ,".10. Dal It Holuendorfs mother. 1 -
'. H. 'p..I.II" t
M.ad. at Houee. GIlt IIltoPP" .
lIp '.21 Ift.r' s

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and I Adams Defendant. Cane No. 6043. !I'
I I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Cate Baretta, whose Street ORDER OF" PUBLICATION ':':ntatlv..
SS . S and children of Lake Butler spent STATE OF FLORIDA to: Wll address Is Oentscheatraat Holland. ANO NOTICE) TO APPEAR I For Florida.For ot 1110

Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. LOOKING FORWARD I Ham AscIi Judy, whose residence US, The Hague required, to appear on STATE OF1 FLORIDA to: Mr. Districts T-/() ':
You C
and address la Box lit 7. Route 4. are named R. A., Adams, whose residence and Tw..ounIJ' '''''.
River the
New 194. In I ro
4 Two
H. U Johns. By W. W. Parker Plerpunt Charleston, South CaroUna. October cOurt and cau.e, wherein plaintiff address Is Walterboro,' South Caro Board "r :\Iomber. O '.

Moody O. B. Moody and divorce. Bradford County tric't Puhii In.t '" ,
Jay seeks lina.You One
on "
Ity The School You are required to appear shall publish this OrderIn are required to appear on In T and Tbr. ,
Bud Moody made several business CHURCH HAS BIG DAY September SO, 1946, In the above Telegraph four weekly laaue October 7, 1948. In the above named unto Mtlmony Whor"r' .
15s S SS S S trip to Ifcomaaville! Ca., last Allen Chapel AMB Church had named plaintiff Court necks and divorce cauae and wherein custody Witness my hand and official *eal Court seeks and divorce.cauae, wherein Bradford plaintiff County Or..1. set S..al my"r hRnd Ih. an' I',f'.

Telegraph at Starke Florida, thl SeptemberOFFICIAL at 'I'aliahe. ,... Mt,
Services were, conducted Sun- week. Sept. of child. Bradford County Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn first ,. th. CtSBAL r,s
wonderful services Sunday 6 day
Order In
this "t
ahall publish four weekly Issues.Witness .
day at the New River Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Sapp I ( SEAL) A. J. Thoroa next II.P"'r: '
four laauu band and
D. P. Mack usIng next weekly my official seal
the Rev. Court.T. (
with said
15 of it.
church by Brother Howard Mott and his mother Mrs. E. A. Sapp Witness my hand and official As. Frank Clark Landrum Stark., Fla. at Starke, Florida thin September To ) 8.. ,Ac

of Brooker. One convert was received were visiting In Lake City Thurs- as his topic "The Lord Will eal at Htarke, Florida, thl. 27th Atty. for Pit. 9-6 4t 9-27 4, 1H46. Bradt"rd Hon "A i) ndlJ
of August, 1918.OFFICIAL (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, "unl)'
for Baptism. day of last week. Make A Way". Seven: people ( BEAD A. J. Thomas, A. Clerk of said Court. IN ,
Aa Clerk of aald Court. INI CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD ... Frank Landrum, Stark, Fla. ("Inn I"'ot.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ward of Eustis Lee Kelly Is spending a decided to follow the way, and John J. Henderson, E.q., St. .,Augu- COUNTY FLORAl .IN: CHAN. Atty. for Plf. 0-8" 9-27 I "I'nil'4 IIlIt'II". I

Jacksonville attended church here, week with his uncle and aunt, six were baptised. The collection tine. Fla. Atty. for Plf. 8-30 4t 1/-10 Pan'Sy'lt.' McLeroy, Plaintiff vs. In FOR t 1'10 it tip,0,10 C'II' (III,'::

Sunday and were the dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Grady Kelly In totaled $96. Allen Chapel extends IX CIRCUIT COl'HT.- BRADFORD Wilbur McLeroy, Defendant Case 1M! COUNTY.CIRCUIT FLORIDA COURT BRADFORD IN CHAR.CERY. Emma Ptackctt'l' 'IIY.

guests! of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Tallahassee. cordial, invitation to all of IU COIJN'I'Y. FLOHIUAl IN (;U.L'- No. 6047. PUBLICATION Con'PllllnlantPaul
Andrews, who also had as guests Friends of P. S. Crews are glad services and also the class meet- Carter cunv.Brown Layne, Plaintiff, v*. AND ORDER NOTICE TO APPEAR Alfred D. 'Kelt er, Plaintiff vs. I Pu'Jkett- DIVOIIr

Mrs. Rosa Pinholster of I at 8 STATE OF FLORIDA to: Wilbur Valrle Keller Defendant. Ca.. No. D..tond"nl.k .
Sunday to learn of his return to his Ing each Tuesday night Thelma Charllne Layne Defendant.Ca. residence Is Houston 6042. T1B
whose STATE
Brooker and Mrs. Stella Andrewsof home In- Ralford following a selg p. m.KJE I .. No. 5026.ORDER OF. PUBLICATION McLeroy, Texas. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Paul t or 'LOU'!

Miami. of Illness in Lake Shore Hospital AND NOTICE TO APPEAR You are required to appear on NOTICE TO APPEAR Residence Unknown.
HAVING GOOD YEAR Thelma October 7, 1946, In the above named It Is hereby
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Johns of in Lake City. STATE OF FLORIDA whoae to realdence: Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Keller, whos residence and address required to app..r Jrdor04 'ttt,

Gainesville were guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hodge and R.J.E. High School has a won- and Charllne addreaa Layne le % Mr*. Say lor Run seek*; divorce. Bradford County'reiegraph I Richmond l I. 3011 Virginia Orayland Avenue' above or O..lob.r A. D. II.on.tilt,
this ordarIn It
and Mrs. C. P. Cowan Saturday family attended ,Church of God derful student enrollment and new yan. Bos 204, Stone, Kentucky. next four shall weekly publish Issues.' You are required lo appear on of Complaint entiliod COUrt It .

nlgbt. ." services in Lake City Sunday.R. pupils continue to come .!.. 'The You are required to app.ar onMonday In Witness my hand and official aeal October 7. 1946. In the above' named the .. tll04 'ral",
September 30th 1H48 this September I September 9. 1848 In the above named Bradford CoJm ca....
Mr. and Mr. Roan Turner and .( R. and G. W. Andrews were teachers are working; nicely with the above' named Court and divorce.cause.wherein at 5. 146 Starke, Florida I Court and cause. wherein plaintiff by designated ''1'.1....,.

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kite and chil- visitors to Jacksonville Monday.Mr. Prof. A. O. Jenkins sitting in the Bradford plaintiff County Telegraph aeek a shal (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. seek divorce. Bradford County which this Ord'r .boll. trt..

Mrs. Joe and high chair. Parents and friendsare publish this Order In next four 'A* Clerk of said Court.H. Telegraph shall publish thl orderIn once a week fur lour It
dren made a ght-seelng tour Moody O. Brown Stark, Fla. next four weekly Issues. w..k. eo

through the Lake Geneva section children and other relatives enjoyed welcome to visit class rooms weekly Witness iuuue.my. hand. and official Atty. for PIt 8-8.t 9-27 I Witness my hand and official ...alat WITNESS mil hating
Htarke Florida this September
ot this
Sunday.Mr. a fish fry on the river Frl daily. The faculty expects this seal at Starke, Florida, thl* 26th IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD 3 1946. County, l"ourt at SIsrfl

I to be the most progressive yearof day of Aupuat, 1946. COUNTY F1.OH1DAI IN tItAN.CERY. I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. Thomas, August A.FlorIda D. Ihl. 1141 I
and Mrs. C. C. Andrewsand day.M. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, An Clerk of said Court.T. ills

daughter, Mary, attended F. Wiggins C. E. Andrewsand all times.BASKBALL. Aa Clerk of said Court. William' Ivan Smith, Plaintiff v... Frank Landrum Starke, Fla. Clerk "t the ( A.: J. TH(
John J .lienderaon St. AuguatlneFla. 'lrrUlt
eons, Gene and Seeber and Ruth Neighbors Smith, Defendant.Case Atty. for Pit. 9-8 4t 9-27 I ford County cfr,
services at Heilbronij church Sun- SEASON ENDS ., Atty. for Pit. 8.30 4t 9-20 Florid.
No. 5044.ORDER B. Cone
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Dukes were lIolt'lor: f lor
day afternoon. The Blue Caps lost the last fF PUBLICATION NOTICE OF ELECTIONTo
those attending live stock IV: CIRCUIT ('()VRT. BRADFORD AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 1-,
Mri. E. A. Sapp and Mrs. Nora among the Sheriff of Bradford County -_
of the season to the HighSprings (CO1TSTY FLOR1IAi IN CHAN.CKRY. ; -
game STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs. 4
Sapp of Brooker are spending sales in Gainesville Monday.Jim of t.. ".... of Florid. i : TICS
residence NOTICE
Jackets. The Ruth Neighbors Smith whose TO
Yellow He It Known, That I, R. A. Gray hART
Thomas of Johnstown was Joseph Kbro, Plaintiff v. LeonlldaKbro Tn Ali'
In 416 High
several with 'Mr. and Mrs and address WtiO1ISOEEft
days have played brilliant base- Defendant. Case No. 6031. Secretary of State of the State 'of I 1'1' MI
caps CERN.:
the guest of E. A. Sapp Sunday Market Street, Georgetown, \
G. T. Baker In Birmingham. Ala. ORDER OF PUBLICATION Florida do hereby give notice thata You
ball all season but their speedwas Carolina.You are herob
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tomlinson AND NOTICE TO APPEAR :01111.4Pearlle "
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Mann and are required to appear on O. Ore.n
cut because of the unusual STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr. October, 7 1946 In the above named GENERAL ELECTIONwill : her and LGreen
and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tomlln hualoRnd
daughter, Marian Kay of Ocala Leonllda Ebro whoae recldence and be held In Bradford County hour IOU:
rainfall and they could not play Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ot 10 A. )1 t
spent Sunday here with Mr. and son were shopping In Gainesville address 1" 1729 60th Htreet, Brooklyn seeks'divorce. Bradford County State of Florida. on Tuesday next I September Z3 A. Ira O
all booked games. In spite of New York. succeeding, the firm Monday In No- D. lilt ,
this OrderIn
Telegraph shall publish 10 the
Mr. H. L. Johns. Friday.Mr. these handicaps and the loss of You are required to appear on next four weekly Issues. vember A. I'). 1946. the Bald. Tuesday I Adkin .IuIiie .t Hono,, ..

Earl and Marklle Moody spent and Mrs. C. P. Cowen and September 30, 11148, In the above Witness mv hand and official seal being{ the In Chambers at gurv.1'.

last week with their grandfather M. L. Johns made a business tripto several star players they were declared named Court and cause, whereinplaintiff at Starke Florida this September Fifth Day of NovemberFor place UH he may I b. rOUni.
...k. Bradford
divorce. United Statea Senator.
through the Athletic Asso 4, 1946. e Order Legally .
O. B. Moody. and assisted Gainesville Monday.Mr. bounty Telegraph shall publish thi.Order (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. Thomaa, For Representative of the Second Alken. Hald Order Adnptin if.
elation In second division. to
him to break his corn. and Mrs. R. R. Andrewsand as finishing In next four weekly laaue As Clerk of said Court. Congressional District of the Stateof heir at law as same ua
Witness my hand and official T Frank Landrum Starke, Florida Florida In the Eightieth Congress our natural ,Mii
Miss Rosa McGinn returned to M. F, Wiggins were visitingIn seal at Starke, Florida, this August Atty. for Pit. 9-8 4t i of the United Statea.For fore be governed; '01"

her home in Pensacola last week Lake City Thursday afternoonof Manager W. W. Parker believes 27, 1948. 917'1IN I Two Justices of the Supreme. fearlie 0 iccort G........
another with his atomic (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas CIRCUIT COURT. Court of the State of Florida. Levy W
after spending several weeks here last week. year An Clerk of mid Court.T. cOt' 'rv. FLORIDAI I14UFonD'1 I For Two Railroad Commissionersof Gr..a,

with her brother-in-law and .- Mrs. Blanche Brown and Mrs. power his club will finish (n first Frank Landrum, Starke Fla. CKRY. I the State of I Jdtje I Or..rt & Green. Attorn.,p.,.
Atty. for Plf. 8-30 4t B-20 Plaintiff For One Member House of tlonera.
Now Winnie
tr, Mr. and Mrs. E. I.. Kelly. N. G. Hayes of Worthington were division. that the season Adams 1.11

Mr. and Mrs. Chester Moody In Gainesville Saturday.Mrs. is over the Blue Caps and also IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD
COUNTY FLORIDA IV CHAN.CKHY. ; HOTICt OP ILICTION tile ealteetJesj ft Tax**. .r Amending m The LegIslator .*.it tB
and children of Lake Butler spent Dorothy Moreland of Jack- the Companions wish to thank WHKREAS, The Legislature W INS Section U and U of Article Vm of the latlv Session of 104?. Kt ilia

Sunday afternoon here as guests sonville spent Sunday afternoon the public kindly for your loyal John H. Graven, Plaintiff v... Margaret Undo, the Constitution, et 18**. .. tha Constitution of the Stale of FSrlda ae time thereafter eniti lie.
Louise Graves, Defendant. State ef 1'IorIda. did pee S Joint sUeotutlons Adopted at the General Election of November. the powers, tuneiloiu, lois .
of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Moody. with her grandparents Mr. and support of their sporting events. Case No. 5032.ORDER proposing amendment* ta the 1M*. Mid Amendment to Pro. pensation of County la Collm

Mrtt. G. W. Andrews and Mrs. Mrs. Q. W. Andrew. Until' another year we Bay- OF PUBLICATION Constitution ef the state ot Florida, .and vide let the Re-Numherlac .et Section soled In paragraph I al thli In
th. earns were screed ta by a vote ol 11 and U el Article VIE ef the Coutl- and shall llkswue tnvlot tx
Stella Andrew spent several daysin The following essay on flowers we'll be seeing; you. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs.iargaret three-filth of all the member elected lotion *f the State ol Florida .. Adopted lection care cuitolj. nnorthi
to each house that the vote on said at the General Election la November bursement of all tsiai enlist*
Jacksonville with relatives last selected from those written by -W. W. Parker manager. Louise Graven, whoeeealdence joint Resolutions were entered, upon ... and to Amend Section II end )i County; 'Tax Collecicr.

sixth grade students as an English and address Is Mount their respective Journals, with the yeaa ol Article) VTU at the Constitution of -
week.Mr. Pleasant South Carolina. and naya thereon and they did determine the State el Florida, end to Provide the 4
and Mrs. A. P. Moore of lesson was composed by Mrs. Roberta NettlesMrs. You are required to appear on and direct that th. said Joint In the County of Hlllsborough Bute .1 ROUSE! JOINT PESOttmOll

Miami Mrs. Jilla Starbard of Louise Johns: September 30, 1946 In the above Vesolutlona be submitted to the electors Florida, the County Tag Assessor stall A JOINT RESOLUTION Pro*
named Court and cause, wherein .( th. Slat ., the General Election ta Aaseee the Property of the County for Amendment to Anlclt olstltutlon
Homestead and Mrs. Ina Hayesof PoppyI Roberta Nettles, 69, of plaintiff eeka divorce. Bradford November 1_. the purpose ol Levying State. County of the State X Fan
Gainesville were visiting Mr. think the poppy would be a County Telegraph shall publish this NOW THEKBTORB. I, B. A. GRAY School and MunicipalIties In the Countyof Adding Thereto A Addltloul a
Lawtey. died Wednesday, Sept. Order In next four weekly I...".... Becratary of State ot the State of Florida, HUlsborougn Except the City ef Plan Provide for the AplntO' "
and Mrs. C. E. Andrews Tuesdayof good national flower for our 11 from the effects of a cerebral Witness my hand and official do hereby Klve notice 1 that 'a City. Florida, which Shall be Ex.mpt current le&lulloo :lei

last week. country. It originally came from seal at Stark, Florida this August GENERAL ELECTION from the Provision of this Amendment, House of .. t i
hemorrhage. A native of Florida 27. 1946. ..- will be held In each. county In Floridaen TaxeS Levied by the State. County of the Budget and to Aothorsisture
Mrs. Della Thomas of Ft. MyersIs France via our soldiers of World she born 9 1877 (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Tuesday next sueeeedlnc the first County School Board, School District: to Pob al.Dull. Pun
was April
spending awhile with Mr. and War I. Its color Is light red. Its A" Clerk of said Court.T. Monday In November A. D. 1B40. the Special Tex School Districts and thMunlclpalltlM .( and In
daughter of the late Tyra and Frank Landrum Starke Fla. aid Tuesday being th* of th. County Except the 1.
Mrs. R. R. Andrews and family.Mr. form is round, and It is about the Atty. for Plf. 8-30 4t 0-20 FIFTH DAY OF NOVEMBERfor City of Plsnt City yrl1I IT ROLV BY THI UTURB
Teddar Powell. Her hus-
the ratification or rejection of the PS IT LEOISLA- : Of H
and Mrs. Johnnie Andrew.TUNGTREES. size of
an apple. Poppies are Am.ndi.ienti : or THI: STATE: Or FLORIDA That the following Ammdfflat
dand, William J. Nettles died a IN CIRCUIT CO!'RT. II II S.DFOIID said Joint Resolutions proposing TURK
found mostly In France and they COUNTY FLO.tlU.IN CHANCKRY. to the Constitution W the State That the following Amendment 01 tide XVI ol the Conitltutloaolt!
few years ago. VIE of the Constitution of the ot Florida,
ef Florida vial Article adding tm
I FLORIDA LIVRA TONE bloom in the summer. They are State of Florida relative to the A en- ttonal b be kn.
used in decorating, have a pleasant She Is survived by one son, Ruth Dorothy. Pyne Evans, Plaln- I meat and Collection ol all tense bi the be and the la bar KM

_'g nmLAXATIVE,ZP.UP Horace. of' Lawtey; three daugh- tiff. v. Max Evans, [Defendant. ENATB JOINT RESOLUTION NO. WW County of Klllsborough. Bute at Florida shall be submitted t leSs
odor and Case No. 5033.ORDER .
are very popular. I. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an by Re-Numbering Section 11 a* adopted State of Florida ntuinllaJectlon
The poppy and the familiar tere, Mrs. E. D. Rowe of Auburn. OF PUBLICATION Amendment to the Constitution 01 the .t the General Election ef 1944 ea a* to at th* lenml! slKtlia Hi
dale Mrs. J. R. Moore of Miami AND NOTICE TO APPEAR State ot Florida, to fee known a. Artlel make It read Section 11 ef Article yIn senutlves to b held la to ?
UJItl THAT IATIZISa. peony compare favorably with STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr. XX, Section I and I. Th.....,. Relatingto ol the Constitution of the State of Flor a* tollovnr

each .other.* efejapt Plat poppies and Mrs. W. L' Starling. of Law- fax Evans, whose residence and the Consolidation. Abolishing er Cre- ida 'I'k'by Amending lacUna .1,1':: SECTION M Thl. Lulilltm
.. v. N brother D. A. Powell of address Is 411 Went 21st Street aUn* of Certain County Offices. and the tt el the Constitution law provide a Diode al i B
: ere light red while the peony Is tey; a New Ydrk..744W' York. Assessment and Collection of Municipal State of Florid*, aa adopted at the 0.a.rai who ahall b* appointed bj w

I white. Lakeland and a sister Mrs. Clara You are required to appear on Taxes by County Tex Officials. In Orange election .In November, of 144 so resolution at ta. S.1-*

Crawford of Lawtey. There are September SO, 1946, In the above County, Florida, and Providing. for Referendum as to nuke It read Section II ef Article Representatlvee. o.0 b I*
named Court and cause, wherein Election for Acceptance or Rejection vm ef the Constitution ., the State .. listen* with .p"1

S. S . S S SS S 21 grandchildren and eight great plaintiff seek Bradford of any Law er Laws Enacted by Florida, and to exclude the City ef Plan stltutlon, prescribe loon
Jounty ph'IflepU this the Legislature of the State of Florida City front said Amendment Be end the provide for his ewlWetUMr
I grandchildren. Order In next four weekly Issues. a* Provided la said Proposed '.Amend- eame I* hereby agreed %o> and* malI: be I of oft Ice. the terrM el e la)
sosilL submitted to the Elector ol the State wholly within the 1
Witness 11"
Funeral services held at my and official
Barn U. S. Ttitl- aerly-oeerlnc. RisingBy were seal at Starke- Florida this BE: IT RESOLVED: BY THE LBOISLA-) of Florid for Ratification or Rejection Islatur *ml ahsll'
the Bethlehem Baptist Church In 37. 1946. August TURK OF THE STATE: OF FLORIDAr 5 t the General Election to be held en Son t, Article XVI ol IU Ce
....m, prallft High oil coatetit.T MRS. EDDIE NORMAN SEAL That the following amendment to th. the lint Tuesday altar the tint MondayIn -
Columbia County at 2 p. m. last (OFFICIAL ) A. J. Thomas 1
Constitution ef Florid, to b* known M "_beG> U46;
-.. (MC Mlectloa, refer NOWI s .SS..SSS.SMr. A. Clerk of said Court Janu "" '
Sunday the Rev. Raulerson of- Article XX. Sections I and S, thereof SECTION It. 1. From and after eM "ii';
T. Landrum Starke, Florida, Tsx Assessor oBlllsborougB '
relating to the consolidation abolishing err I. 1548, the County -
ficiating. Interment was at the Atty for Plf. g-30 4t 9-20 and crtlng ef certain County office* County ahall wee. all A.30111'!' RESOLUTION "
TIC A and Mrs. Gordon Jones and Bethlehem Cemetery.Pall and for asieesment .nd collection ef miaOtclpal property fat all State, County, Schooland Amendment of Section S *'
daughter, Carolyn, were visiting 1M CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD taxe by County tax officers. 1ftOr.nll. Municipal 'Taxe to be levied In of the Conttltutloa el the liii
bearers were Q. C. Edwards COUNTY FLOUIDAl IN CHAN. County Florid, .nd providing HiUeborouga County by th. SUte Id.. Relating to ApprOTnitw
friends in Lake Wales Saturday. CEnV. for referendum election* for accDtnc County County School Board Behoo BK IT SOLVED BY T
Carolyn celebrated her third birth- A. J. Davis a. W. Nettles Francisco Lombard i Plaintiff. va. er rejection ol any law or Ia... enacted District, Special Tax School District andMtinlclp.litlee TURB: Or THK SAT
and Wesley Crews. Orasla Artale Lombardi, Defendant. by the Legislators oi Florida aa provided except In the City of Plan Th.t the Iml
day anniversary Friday. Case No. 5041.ORDER therein, be submitted to the qualified City Florida which city, shell be exemp 30. Article' Ul .. --
Mrs. Maggie Norman was call- DeWitt C. Jones was in chargeof OF PUBLICATIONAND electors of the &tste of Florid for adoption from the provision of Oils ''J."i.t.U. ton State of ForldlltlitIMtlon N
rejection at 'he newt genersl shell .. ,.. eJ 'tt
NOTICE TO APPEAR or 2. The Legislature at la hereby ajr
ed Saturday to the bedside of the arrangements. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ursula election to b* held. In the year 1040, ... Session In 1114' and from tIm. to submitted to the ilertonJ:

YOUR WATCH her granddaughter. Miss Margaret Artale Lomhardl. whose residenceand ....wlt. time thereafter, enact law) specifying the of Florida for raUftiiJ1
11 cincrrr counr, IIHUFOHI) address. Is unknown.You power, function duties and oompensa she next !lln.; 1.
Gorman in Gainesville. Mlas ARTICLE: XX 'Tax Assessor deslg flajssld
corvrv. FLOHIDAI IN CHAN.larjorle are required to Son of the County November. A. 19.
Deserves the Best Vorman'a friends will be to ('..:nv. Oi-tober 7. 1946 In the above appear named on SECTION: I. The Legislature I I. euthor- nated In Paragraph I of Section IX and Section 30. Art. "
FUimky King plaintiff va. Court and bed and empowered to provide by law shall likewise provide by law lor the stltutlon of the Sl'' < J1?!
learn that she was slightly Improved forge Edwin. King, Defendant.un seeks divorce.cause, wherein plaintiff or law enacted by It at lie regulsr eeaalon extension on the Assessment atoll ol the I amended and aa .do*il
NO). 6046. Bradford County held In A. D. 1047, or at any County 'Tax Assessor ol all taxes levied I follows?
Sunday.Mr ORDER OP PUBLICATIONAND Telegraph shall publish this Order regular session thereafter for the consolidation by the State County County School IOM". L' mPpr.tlo.
', and Mrs. Edward Normanand NOTiCE TO APPEAR In next four w.ekly Issues. abolishing or cresting of any Board School. Districts. Special TaxSchool for al"I
Witness my hand and official County Offices In Orang County, Florida Districts and Municipalities. looated .mpl, .
son were visiting in Gaines- STATE OP FT-OKIDA to: Mr. seal at stnrke, Florida, this Sep Provided. there .la accepted from In the County of HlUeborough ot III. dIvisionS
ville Sunday. leora-e Edwin King, whono realenre tember a 1, 1946.OFFICIAL the effects ol this Artlcl judges et all State ef Florida with the exception 01 expenses on no other auJW< .
and addreatt le Louisiana8tate ( HEAL) A. J. Thomas courts: and to provide for the assessment the City of Plant City which I* hereby. appropriation be in .I
Robert Norman of Jacksonville Penitentiary, Angola Ltiulalna. Ae Clerk of said Court unit collection ot municipal taxes and exempt from the provision ef this bill all stateDroprlstlons .00mp"U"

wall visiting friends and relatives T. Frank Lnndrum, Starke, Fla. ......menlll. or either of them, by County Amendment. for hi reich :
.. You are ri'L .dlnto appear onIctohrr Atty. for Plf. 8-6 4t 927i tax officer In said County. Any I.. *o SECTION 13. 1. From.... after January U.; cities or other p.11001 1
REPAIRTrustworthy here over the weekend.A. ( 14. the abovenamsil enacted respecting the consolidation e* I. 1M8." the County Tax Collector In of the Stst OT"Prt' wnent l
D. Farrior of Rlchlands. N. Court and cauae, wherein I: ciMcrrr vo II nT. BRADFORD creation of any County offices shsll preecrlb the County ol HUlsborough. State of Improvement '" IJ
plaintiff seek divorce. Bradford Jln.UVlV. FLORIDA 11 CHAM. the pow.. duties and eoirp.n.ation Florida shall coIl.ct all tax_ levied an state Institution .. ''Vldo,
C. was the of Mr. and County Telegraph shall ot the officer designated therein 194
Service guest Mrs. publish thla the County by the State County. County enacted the lo:
Alex Barnes and Mr. and Mrs.A. Order In next four weekly laaue. lladvs. .. (IllMon, Plaintiff, vs. Ralph to exercise and discharge the dutlee of School Board. School Districts. Special 1.1.I.tu..and for p
Witness my hand and official l\1. Gibson Sits office so consolidated or created: and trod
Defendant. Case No. Tax School Districts. and Municipalities 1
C. Griffiths last week. ...nl at Htarke' Florida, this Sep- 6053. any law so enaeted respecting the assessment of HUlsborough County. Florida, ....'" In one genetslamendment .PPr...:

Harley F. Strong. Miss lAiclle Barnes spent Sun emher R, 194H. ORDER OF PUBLICATION and and collection ol municipal taxea In the City of Plant City. It be ng exempt or ."PP1. ,
(OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. 3. Thema, ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR assessments tax officers, or either ot them byeou.ty from the provision ol this Amendment.t. shsU be for no lont'All t'.

day In Jacksonville.Mr. A* Clerk of paid CourL143P STATE ('IF FLORIDA to: Ralph collecting,ahall provide for theessssslng. The Legislature shsU at the Legislative .pprrl.to <
accounting tor and
137 West Call st. and Mrs. Mather Barnes t.ncllle C. Conner ,D. C. l\ Gibson, whose residence and ad. disbursing .. said tax.* and/0' assessment Session of 194T and from time to adoption thi ... I"
T. Frank Landrum law thepowers to p"tlo.
Starke. Fla. dress la unknown. to the appropriate municipalauthorities time thereafter enact specifying trsrt I
CAMP ItLAMHNQ JEWELER and daughter, Angeline. of Miami, Atty. for Plf. __' -u 4t 10.. You are required. to appear on and for compensation for functions duties and compensation ".sxpize .
were guests Thursday of last October 7, 1946, In the above nam- such county taxing officers for service. of County 'Tax Collector designatedIn I
SINCE 1WI I N CIRCUIT" COI'HT. niiADPORn .d Court Paragraph 1 of Section 13. and shall
ami rendered Incident
cause, wherein plaintiff thereto That If
week of his son-in-law and daughter rtU'NTT, KI.OHIItAl I:*' (;HANt1'itY. ."S* divorce' and custody ofchild. such taw respecting the consolidation likewise. provide for the collection cere 73&ffElSBtissm&tf&sfZ

Mr. and. Mrs. A. C. Griffiths. Bradford. County Telegraph. or creation. of any county offices la accepted. custody reporting and 'disbursement' ol' I
\)avlil noua-ln ttenttle, Plaintiff hall publish this Order In next and ratified at the referendum all taxes collected by' the County Tax
v. Edith: Gwendolyn lieattle Deendant. four weekly laauea. election herein provided such law shsll Collector.

Case No. 60H9. Witness my hand. and official become effective with nrpect to the of- Additional Solon i.t.U C5ed
ORDER OF PUBLICATION Starke, Florida this 11...* affected thereby on the first Tues t lion 0' the .f cw"Count' "
ALL STATE .ANI NOT IeI'! TO APPEAR ZmbeV S. 19-18. Sep. day after the tint Monday In January HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. tit In and tot' gscaenbi1 Of aid CcttBR

STATR OF KI-.OHIDA to: Mr. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. et any year Immediately succeeding the A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an SoIIeit.r BY
F.llIh Gwendolyn Hrattte whnnefHlitenr As Clerk of said Court. general election bad subsequent to said Amendment to Article V1F1 ol the constitution I RESOLnO 0 T
and .ddr...... I.. 3033 W. (has. It. lies. 204-05 referendum election at which .lector* for et the State of Florida Relativeto TUBE THE SAT '
LOGGINGTRUCK Marshall Street, Richmond, Vir- ai-ksonvllle, Fla. Realty Bldg. President of th. United State are voted Asseisment of Property for Taxea end sxcTON I. T"
far: and U such law .f I SI.f o
any respecting the
trio is. the Collection ol Taxes, by Adding Coltllutln
Atty. for Plf. .
9-6 4t 9-27 assessment and collection ol .ddint thfo
You are required. to appear on Thereto Additional Section to Provide !
October ;;; taxes and assessments, or' either ef them that la the County of Bay, State ol auction 10 be k.eS
14. 194 In : IN ( .I1'l'IT ;.i;"T.
named Court and h.Wh"T. ; : BRADFORD by county tax officer I. accepted and Florida, the County 'Tax Assessor shall said Article.I r.lattnf:/
t-OI""TY ratified Cst
TIRES FLORIDA IN CHAM- th referendum election of life
lalntlff seeks divorce. Ilradfnrdounty tESt *a' Asses* the Property of the County fey the the Judge .
TEverarUua provided
herein lb. same shall become C".I o
(' Purpoie ol Levying St*te for E..mhl. .
Telegraph shall publish this Raretta. Plaintiff, va. effective on the first day of JanuaryUon and. Taxe Levied' Iy'DIIcb Solicitor .Id !.
Order In next four weekly I........ Ten t'ate lIt Municipal ho.nI.
Wltnex Bftrlla Defendant Ca.. iuccdln sock referendum eleo- ilia... County County School hereby wdthe t.J.ot"" I
my hand and ..ffieialseal No. 51151. Special Districts electort ?jl'M
School School
District Tax to
at $tarke. Florida, this Repember ORDER OF. PUBLICATION: SECTION: 1. Before sap Isw described and Munlclpalltle' of the County. for ...te.\o. o. .
11: ,19H.OFFICIAL AND NOTICE TO In the preceding section of this Article b hod
( 8EAL) A. J. Thomas, STATE OF FLORIDA shall b* of any force and affect. It hU BB IT RESOLVED BY THC: LEOISLA- Elel.. 1-
Aa Clerk of paid Court. to: Ten be accepted and ratified by a majority TURK OF THE STATE: OF FLORIDA:

HOt Renter R.,.. ..... Doakt By Lucille C. Conner D. C. rot. of the qualified elector of range That the following Amendment to Article SSvffifcgshall

....11.... .. ....In raven tire ...... '1'. Frank Landrum Starke Fla. County Florid, st a referendum election VIII ol the Constitution of the of
to be State at Florida relative the Assessment SoiiOtLf o
.... Atty. for Plf. called and held for the purpose to Countr
11% tread depth than eeawventlonel 9-1J 4t 10-4 and the .
of end Collection el ell taxes In the '
sued law 'c5'-l
... shsll heresfterl b lj
truck 50 : be County of State el Florida, by adding
IV CIHCVIT c 'l'T., BR \ accepted and ratified or rejeeled by Bay of said
rOIII> eisctOrS
I the qualified thereto additional section to be S.1"J
Cerrespendlaly of said
laager waarlaf. (5)0' County. officIals
Fl.oUliEI1 .
n county
.'ER! ? Such. referendum election push be held known e* Section 14 end! Section It, bend ot the .
Air reeled eheejlder d..l.n I."'.,* iSUI within ....17 days altar the effective the same la hereby agreed to and .lolo.hi and fI'. ..
rename ......r.....* el treae Bad Kay Mahaffey, Plaintiff. ".. date et any melt law The Board of shall be submitted to the Elector of the R. county "
Increase Mile***, Frelda EII."aIahart..), County Commf--, ohall Provd for State el Florida for ratification or rejection te aelil It IUrl"
Caae No. 6010.ORDER the holding, ol ny such referendum elec at the general election to be held := tab..ftss' .
Beads locked In by klsh ply ..<4 OF PU ("D.tendant'l I lion and notice thereof shall be published on the first Tuesday after the first to first picadON '

tern epHlih.r ANn ..NOTICE TO by said Board ones esch week for at Monday la No,,__. ...... a* follows. .fur a 'a term el'

prellle tread ...1.. let 8TATIT OF FLORIDA toast lour successive weeks Immadlately SECTION: 14. (11 no..4.,.. tenure of tu' is

I..... ...... Ell.... Mahaffey, whoee residence 1ft.xt e prior to..Ste. dete 0' mock .leetinn, January 1. lIMa the County Tax Assessor or b..t.
and addreia I. Union Urove, North a.wsp.p of general lrculstlen to In the. County of Bay, Slat of Florid BSe' v
Special eompeandlaf ,.. ......... 1. .arollna. said County. Excpt. herein otherwise. shall assess all property for all State. tended :,..eby. MNof ':
treeds. You are required. to I ptovW.d the law< el the State relating County. School and Municipal ca:&.. t* said a'- ..hi
appear on 10 ths "
.... October 14. 1148, In the above Uovsr the holding ?* "ersl elections shall be levied In lb. County by the State, Tuo.y .le!S
0..1. fer specialisedCan I.gpt.g holding ef any such ref...I County County School Board SchoolDistrict t t.a b !
I named Court ..au.. enduia -
.service "A wh.reiplaintiff alocttII .Ua. .
any such law '
seeka divorce be snail I *. Special Tax School Durtrtet the 0.
... kee. .hl lift dawn. small -onnty: : Telegraph shall Publish Bradford this .1 accents elocon" and Participating raUfledby 1ft the maJority and Municipalities. i by the 5sit5tC "

ssonthly payments. I. Order In nest four weekly Isauee. ...,....d urn Itrctlon. such Uw any aitafl such_I Ill The Legislature shall at the Legl-' the COlOltilo000' I. r
ativ* Session 1M7 Bad from Unw to longer han u"ll
Witness corn .nd be .In tull'tore in ItU""
my hand and officialeal If and sff.ct. but I lime thereafter, law the the and'\01appolnied
*t enact pedfylag )
any such election. tn
at Starke, Florida a ..
thla Sep.ember majority th. -
.1_.. rtlctPating powers, functions, dutlee. and compensa- the 1tte'
*3. 1948. 5ainae th..la shall. vote lon of County Tax designatedIn to .
"' Assessor I'
7.50-20 12-PIy $73.19 Plus Tax (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas e' sorb law It"Plan. .nd r.llf1eaUon I parstrapa 1 ..1hie Section 14. and the .beSinmiC'on I .
_. Ihllli be null I .
flZ'Mounds' 1.
A* Clerk nf sal.l Court. and 01 ao ;0.... and .ff_ and void shall likewise. provide by lew for the .
Tha I "
T. Frank Landrum, Stark. Fla. extension .nu.r.
sassing board 01 laid the assessment roll ol the I
8.25-20 12-PIy__$73.07 Plus Tax Atty. for Plf. t-U 4t 10-4 Wy the rasult or any Ceu.ity such .h.1I earI I I County :A sensor of all tease levied SECTION 1. 101i1U05 AnY "
election to r'fsrendrm b" the State. School Cceatltut100 in
tOts .....<7 o. Stat. I County. County
I v riftcfiT CO 'RT, nn'i>roRu PHARMACIST days .... the -.... ...--wtthhl. a IIoer JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA (.'0. STY rLOHIUAl I'S ('I1.,,N.C'KM School District* and munldpalltlae

Va I I SECTION 13.. Hi From and after fO; ,
Alice W. Judy .Plaintiff. **. WIN Phone 64STARKEOntheMjnjg .0Ul8tr SODS? 1tESOLVT1OM I January I, 1.... the County '1'.. CoUeo- D BTsilahsse
lOam AscIi Judy. Defendant. Case REROLUTION 110 IIA:2..n toG In the County ef Bay. State of Flor.d Great Scsi 01 ". d
:: I C
No. 10'<1. I IOaUCR to Article yin PtoPoatD t .a *. shell collect ell .... levied .In the to I. M0I
.. .. of lbs Con-I .
--- Service
OF PUniJCATION: i utitutlos at h. III.'. ef Finite. I County. by the Stat. .. Caunty. County a' AEU5t. /
ij IS : Relative .ho-1 Brr1.s. :;cati'
j -I of "repssty tog '1_ sad I Tea actual District pod and rji-iricts.Municipalities.SeC.1II1 I I I ,5&A1.3 .

BRR 20. 1946 r

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ce Story at the Community Hource 110 chU. Church & School Guide

Bay,I climbed afternoon- to at 3:30: Sunday f a

tn the class met In the t

I Church recreation

L its second fall ses- -- n____ h __ __ __ ______ __ __ ___n_ .. ::.___-4___

Idanc.r Tuesday of last 3-State Fellowship Films to be ShownAt


e school meets In the at LevelThe Methodist Church ANNOUNCEMENTS AND NEWS ON THIS PAC.E. HOWEVER. TO INSURE PresbyterianDr.

f building every Tuesdayat Trl-State Fellowship meetIng INSERTION ON THIS PAGE, COPY MUST HE IN OUR OFFICE NOT LATER
3:30: o'clock and all will convene with the Pine- Sunday morning, Sept. 22, at I THAN TUESDAY MORNING OF EACH WEEK. 1". J. Bryson has chosen
to permit their Level the 11 o'clock hour In the First "Ood's Secrets" as his sermon
urged Baptist Church on .
attend these nondeal evening, September 26th, and con- Methodist Church the Rev. W. J. topic for Sunday morning at 11a.
conducted by m. Marls\ will be furnished by
tinue Churchwell will
classes through Sunday. Supper use as his sermon
Ji Churchwell assistedlux will be served Thursday at 6p. subject "Is There Any Message the Young People's Choir

Green, Miss Kate m., after which the congregation from the Lord" The Sunday School, as well as

I s. Titus\ Olson and Mrs. will retire to the house for At the evening hour films, the Church, U preparing for Rally
To hold the Day on Sunday Sept. 29. We
iruth. the first service. "America's Favorite," "The Unforgiving
Interest, the method. of I Many outstanding Debtor," and "Honesty are hoping to make this a Red
1 chiefly by use of preachers Is the Best Letter Day for all the organizations
m Florida Georgia, Alabamaand Policy", will be shown.
of the church Mr. Jean-
[ and songs. a
stories probably North Carolina and Congregational singing will be n
ette Young, lIpt'rlntendent of the
Virginia will be heard 'enjoyed and everyone is invited
jists Enjoy heat and Bible conference evange-meet- to join In the service. I I i ; .; "Gee, Dad, this one Sunday School program, la which planning she an hopes attractive

br Fish Fry ings. Young people will meet at 6:45for : I came out perfect!* will Induce all members to bepresent.
Services a very interesting
will continue until Saturday program. .
o) members of the First noon, when they will be Prayer and Praise Service Wednesday Gtws Invitations will be sent out to

F Church enjoyed a fish suspended for observance of the evening at 8 p. m. Studying C all members of the church andSunday
llay night of last week Veterans' Homecoming. Worship the Book of Acts of the School to enlarge the attendance -
e of Mr, and Mrs.. Nel- will be resumed Sunday morning. Apostles. Come and Join with us. ; at all services.: Let us

three miles north of Sunday school Is held at 10 a. m.. 1 '' all rn-cpare for a great day
\ Road 13. with preaching at 11, followed bya At The Tabernacle t

of fellowship was en- basket dinner. Singing ConventionThe
R. J. i C4
|are the fish, expertly Meals will be served at the Assistant Pastor
T golden brown by "chief Church throughout the meeting. and Tabernacl Pianist, has returned Bradford County Singing

Lon Green, were served from a two-weeks' vacation Convention will hold an all-day

L t salad, cole slaw, hush Baptist Association spent (in Illinois, Missouri, DAILY BIBLE PASSAGES' meeting Sunday, September 23, atl1oatlr8ln
bid coffee. Tennessee, and Georgia attend- FOR FAMILY WORSHIP Baptist Church, accordIng -
Changes Meeting DateThe ing meetings and visiting rela- to the Convention President
..i was assisted In pre- tives and friends. In St. Louis DAY. lOOK CHA'TlIl A. D. Crosby The meeting will

feast by Mrs. Green meeting of the New River Mr. Gomes attended the Youth Sun Hbrwt J.4 S begin at 11 o'clock Sunday morn-
children, and othersere Baptist Association scheduled Meeting and wonderful Mon. Hcbrtwi 5,6
for reports a Ing and everyone Is Invited to at.
Rev. W. J.ill
the Saturday, September 28, has been season of spiritual uplift and Tu... H.br.wa 7 tend and bring lunch.
Buster Fuller and changed to Friday, September 27, blessing. Mr. Gomes was the W.J. Htbr..iThen. :1.9:10: : '
Tilte. Members of the S. E. Sparks, Moderator of the Inspirational speaker at the H.br.wi 9:11.10:25: s- BIBLE: 1700 YEARSIN

fellowship class helpedthe Association, announced Monday. Chapel service In the Midwestern Fri. H.br.wt 10.2":16s.t. TIIK MAKING.
and slaw.
salads "We changed the date of the MUnlonary and Training School, H.brwa 11:17-12. The book of the Holy Bible
[attending the event de- meeting In order that our meeting St. Louis, Mo., one morning.The were written In different axes

| as one of the most en- time would not conflict with Saturday Youth Meeting at from Moses to John (BC. 1600 to

oclal> gatherings. of theinybrook the Veterans Homecoming date," the Tabernacle was well attended If you have a boy, A.D. 90)) a period of more than

ar. Mr. Sparks stated. The approaching last week and was led by Ed- 1700 years.

. Association get-together Is ward Parker, who proved himselfto .
Cs. the regular fifth Saturday gather- be an enthusiastic young Chris- take up his hobby NOW! SPONSORSOf

ing and will begin at 10 o'clocka. tian. Young people are getting The Church Page

m. Friday, Sept. 27, at Deaden valuable training through these
be too busy to neglect the most important -
Associations can
Parent-Teacher ptychotogit -
Baptist Church near Brooker. services, which will be used In
I Mrs.. s.5.O. E. Crosby. ; S after life. The Bees were captured and child guidance clinics agree on single thing in his life-the building Tip Top Super Market

Revival Starts SundayA and hived, and a Saxophone one thing. If a boy fakes up a hobby, and of a fellowship with his sons and daug ters. Alvarez Store
pMrs. L. R. Bralller and duet, vocal duet, and saw solo, If has a hobby-building a Hollywood Camera
\ Alston of Lake Butlerner series of nightly revival meet- added much to the evening's his father follows in his son s footsteps, both collecting l- & Gift Shop
I models
auto airplane
ship, engine, or ;
guests of Mr. and will at pleasure Each will
Ings begin Monday night wilt profit from their experiences. II. C. Wall AgencyCarpenter's
fllam! Crosby Friday of the Congregational Methodist The Sunday morning serviceby the other stamps; raising pigeons; or anythingelse
find himself more anxious to please
Church located one mile west of the sponsor was especially ask him to teach you what he kern Coca-Cola Bottling Co.

I Mrs. Floyd Crosby and Starke on the Brownlee road. The good, and thoughtprovoking.Monday and a life-long partnership of confidence You'll never have to worry about Juvenile Leila's

were guests of her sessions will be concluded Sun- evening the NLEA Club, trust and (love will follow.
d.linquency if make a hobby out of Koch Drug Store
i-law and sister, Mr. and day, September 29, on which day after their business session, had you
t'eland Sullivan, in The- there will be a morning service. and Inspirational message by Rev. Most fathers are busy men; but no father your boys hobby. Tyus Dry Goods
Drlffffem Furniture Co.
Uy. Dinner will be served on the G. E. Cutshaw.

Id Mrs. H. ,B. Kelly and ground Miss Marvella Matheny left "The American Church and Sunday School ore the Itobblntt'
[were weekend guests olper Rev. Ernest Griffis, of Raiford, Tuesday to enter Trinity Collegein Hart Furniture Co.
and sister-in-law" ?Mr. Pastor of the Church, will conduct I bt.: Petersburg, where she will greatest centers of good In all the world"CHURCH Florida. Bank at Starke !

I Dewey Woods, In. ,Jack. the revival, and the public is complete her high school work r Mike Maruca .
F N h Invited. H. L. Garrett.:a memberof and receive training for.Christian -

a and relatives will ex- the church, made the an- service. She will be greatly missed -
Apathy to Mrs. R. R nouncement. by her Bible School clUB and Lawtey
who is confined to her other friends DIRECTORY I Baptist Church

Injuries sustained'sev' Rav. John McNelll, of Washing h__ ,- _ .. -. -- -.- _- -
s at her home. Her I
ton, P. C.that inimitable Scotchman Sunday School 10 A. M.
First Christian -nun arrived and will have HTAIIKK Services 11 A. M.. 8 I'. M.
|cksonvllle hospital for a next two Church St. at Jackson Rev. O. E. Cutnhaw: Pantor
charge/ of services the Wednesday 8
ration. His knee was In- Rev. Frank J. Brynvn, Supply _____ p. m.
weeks. His Tuesday night message Church School ? 10 A. M. Service every lot and 3rd Sun Mid-Week
Church Pastor Prayer ServiceA
football practice recently.d Morn. Prayer ft Sermon 11 A. \M.
d and music thrilled his hearers Sunday School _____ 9:43 A. M. day. 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
W. R. Halslop ( Communion ht Sunday
Holy )
and interest in the Friday Morning Worship ______ 11 A. M. Sunday School every Sunday 10 -
doling their home which Jtany &: InWo..e..lonFriday
service bids. fair to bring outa
night .
Ladles 2nd & 4th TIM
Auxiliary :
urchased recently from Even the ____ 7: 30 P. M. aw m.
to Attend fine I -- ,ion. M. Com Welcome Extended to All
Kelly. They expect piano seemed to realize Its MIl.8-1 Holy ItayN Holy Everyone
| the redecorated real-
and outdid Itself
ter had arrived I
soon as the .work is Bible School In rendering soul-stirring music BAPTIST CHURCH Church open dally,for prayer and CHURCH OF fHl
d. Rev. W. O. Show, Pastor rest.Service.
through the old hymns Fannie Sllcox, Sun. School Supt. Center open dally for rec Eighth It St. Clair SU. St. Mark's

I. . 10 A. M. Louie L \Valnwrlght, I1TU Dlr. reation.LAWTKY. Serilce Every Sunday

Christian ChurchRev. Services Every: ; Sunday Sunday School _______ 10 A. Episcopal Church

heressaEva Sunday School ._____ 10 A. M. Morning Worship ______ II A. M.I j -
Vlrglal Fredricks, 0 f Preaching ___ __ ___.___ 11 A. M. BAPTIST CHURCH Evening Worship ____ 7:80 I'.
Mae Trlest FirstPresbyterian Ocala, State Evangelist for the B.T.U. ___________ 6:45: P. 1\.. Rev. J. 1_ Norris,' PastorJ. Y, I'. .... __ Tuesday, 7:30: I'. M. Church School 10 A. M.
S. . . Florida Christian Missionary Society Preaching 1:45 p.m. E. wan Jr.., S.'S. Supt. Prayer Meeting __ Thur. 7:30 Morning Prayer and
Church worship Sunday School ________ 10 A. M.
will conduct the each WcxL, 7:30.
Meeting M.CATS .
Prayrr P.
Sermon 11 A. M.
Mrs. and lrninlCo'ol'llhlp __?__ 11 A. M. -
pi Floyd: Crosby services and deliver a special
Meet __ 7 P. M.Evening -
of Young People' -
Starke attended the sermon Sunday morning at 11 (iO. P.I.: T.tBERXACLE, NEVER: MENTIONED
Pastor Service _____ 8 I'. M.
F. J. IJryson,
|services Rev. ? Church for
here Sundayand o'clock at the First Christian !STAKKE IN BIBLE open dally prayer
I Prayer Service, Wed. ____ 8 P. 1\.. ..
were dinner guests __ Church, C. W. Colson church Mr. aV M", J.T Quigley, foIp..n..orllMornlne The dog Is mentioned In the\ and .t. Service. Center open.
land Mrs. Cleveland Sul- I: treasurer, announced Wednesday Worwhlp ______ 11 A. M. Bible 40 times. The cat not at dally for rerrratlon.

Sermon Topic Mr. Colson aluo stated that the Bible School __________ 3 1' M. I'INE LKVKL BAPTIST! all. d
nd Mrs. J. C. Cochrane Sunday 11 A. M. i i"God's official board of the church will Evening Service ___.,__ 7:15 I'. M. Rev. W. E. Hall, PaxtnrSunday k
School __ ___ 10 A. M.
|'ly! have moved their resl I session Immediately Evangelistic': Brotherhood u
II huM a brief special ______
II A. M.
> Jasper where Mr. Coch- Secret" I following the morning Monday h __i___ 7:30 P. M. Morning Worohtp
.._______ 7 M. GOSPEL TABERNACLEAttend
Service P.
____ Song
I' 51.Children'
[employed as agent with I There will be Sunday Bible Study, Tu 7:13
F services. Evening Worship ______n_ 8 P. M.Teacher .
Railroad. Bible Hour
school classes as usual Sunday; f
I'bley' of Deland was visit Music By o'clock, and Wednesday __.._____ 3 I' M. Meeting Dude Mto.lyMonday
morning at 10 prayer _,_____-__- 8. I'. M. 1
brother, Elbert Sibley and People's Choir meeting will be held Wednesday Ladle Prayer :\t..tlDI'Tbu..day
I Young ____ S I' M.Uvangellstlo Mid-Week Prayer Meeting
Thursday night of last night at 7:30 o'clock, he add d. Service Wednesday -_________ 8 I*. M.
._ "Young People's Meeting"Every
and Mrs. Joe Kelsay of I : Frlda ? __ _______ 7:*:> i'. M.u STARKE
vIsited his parents, Mr.A. Inspirational Youth Meet I I 7:45 P. M.
TOKINGSLEYIAKE Walnut it Jefferson Stn.Paw. Saturday
H. WELCOME Saturday ________ 7:43 P. M. ,
Kelsay, Sunday. W. ... rhurchwell, Pastor
nd Mrs. Marvin Elland off Communion every first Sundaymorning. __ and
Church School ? _? 10 A. M. Good for Young Old
n attended church services Morning Worship __ 11 A. M.I
May. Youth FellowshipJ_. 7 P. M.
| Geiger and Junior Hersey BROOKER BAPTIST! CHL'RCIIBev. Evening Worship .. 8 P. M.

':tore to Hawthorne Sun- BAPTIST CHURCH ." C. A. Crosby, Pa-tor Prayer It Praise Service I

'rnoon. MISSIONARY Sunday School ___.____ 10 A. M. Wednesday __________ 8 P. M. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH
Loper and children Morning Worship ___ 11 A. M. Woman'. Society
Starke Saturday. -"- -- -- -- -- B.T.U. __________ 7:13: P. M. lt Tuesday _____ 3:30 I'. M. Hev. W. E. Hall, Pator

['James Swlndel was vlsitIves Rev. G. \V. Shows, Pastor Preaching __ ______ 8 P.M. IIEILBRONNL BAPTISTRev.

'- in Lake Geneva Wed- Fannie Silcox. Sunday School Supt. Prayer Meeting each, Wed. S P. M. I O. ..:. Cubh._. Pastor

Sidney Griffis and son of 10:00 A. M. MOW RIVER:-MISSIONARY! Services every Tad and 4th Sunday .. ATTKNI: Tilt:
School ---- ..11 a.m. and 8:13 p.m.Sumbty
'neva and Mrs. Maurice Sunday 11:00 A. M BAPTIST Clll'RCIIllov. School Sunday __
1 Service -- every FELLOWSHIP MEETING
Bainbridge Ga. were Preaching
Parrteh, Pastor
of Union 6:15 1'. M. Truby 10 a m.j Il.T.r. 7:00: p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. James Training -
11 I here Saturday.era I Baptist Preaching Service 7: 15 1'.M. Regular Service Everyone Welcome.'DEDN Thursday Sept. 23: Throujth Sunday Sept. 29
lot and 3rd Sunday 11 a. m.
PubliC Cordially Invited BAPTIST CHURCH Hear Outstanding Preachers. > From 3 Slates

Licensesy REMEMBER Prayer MeetingEach ROT. C Brooker A. Crosby, Fla., Pastor

Judge E. K. Perrymanek BOATDRAIN BAPTIST CIIUKCH Sunday School ______. 3 P. M.

reminded car owners 7:30 P. M. ((3 1-3 mile southeast" ., Starke) Preaching ____.-._____ 4 P. M. FIRST METHODIST CHURCHStarke
rivers. licenses must be Wednesday I i Rev C. ('. H rrl*. Pastor Prayer Sleeting each Thursday

1 before the deadline Tues- i Service every Sunday a* follows 8:30 P. M. Florida
t 1 Drivers who do not invitation to all read- _
new We extend a special FIRST ('JIIU' TI.\S CHURCH The Friendly Church Kv7 W. I. fhurrhwrll, l'astot
licenses before that community who are not Enrolled I I I Sunday School _____ 10 A. M. ChrlntUn It Call Street
undergo a test before era of our I Morning Wornhip _?_?, II A. M. Bible School _____ __ 10 A. )..,
will be renewed. meet us I Sunday
School to I B.T.C. __._______ 7 P. M. Preaching, Jd It 3rd Sunday
School NEWLY ADDED ', .. __. 11 .\. ).. 7:30 P. 31.MldWeek ., From The l.ord1"
each Sunday. Evening 'oAhlp __ 8 P. lI l\ u

k ICNDRSERVICE \ SUNDAY SCHOOL ROOMS GIVE ADE I Prayer Service each Tuesday, 8 Prayer_- -ServiceWMlnewlar 7:3l P. )... Sunday 8 I'. :M. Itelijflous Movies

FOR ALL CLASSES. P. M Woman'. Missionary Council America' Favorite", "The forgivIng U btor" k kL
QUArE'SPACE I Prayer Meeting each business meeting at cliurrh
sins of all KindsJ'' AND JOIN WITH US. Cottage Thursday S P. M. ht and 3rd Thursday 7:30: I'.> ___ _and ..."Honettty !N_ The U4Ht _Policy"BRADFORD .
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i\CB: KIOHT. --_ %t,
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manager of the disbanding: Starke I four games played. Other communities New Telephone Directory Has 241 Listings; CKIIV.Andrew. FLORIDA IN CHAN. COs cnlCt-IT;"'1'\'. f01'..'!' r
Baseball League (;Jo:1t ,
nine. have expressed the desire Smith Most Popular Names Tltone Plaintiff vm CheRI..y Y.'J
May Be Formed Geiger said that despite the for a league, Geiger said, with. Johns and No.AHMUnta 6063. Tltone, Defendant Case V.OU73.Pafford. 1>!-"c 1">mun IIlI'tltt R i t
late season organization of the the opportunity for organized The Starke table for computing out-of-town ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
Next Summer ('local team, plenty of interest was competition and a summer-long I week Is distributing to 'phone call costs STATE: NOTICE OK FLORIDA! TO APPEAR to: Assunta ANIElVUTUEF'ro) UC,
Prospects for a baseball league shown. Notwithstanding the fact schedule. patrons its new 20-page directory Looking to the future for bet- Titone, whose residence and address Rose V. rly. ?
I that baseball activity here had Efforts to form the league will In telephone In 02-15: 61st Avenue Elmhurst .Paltord. iH\|
o ct summer representing Brad-I which lists 241 Installations-the ter things to come Long Inland, New York. and addr.. I. ;::?
(been virtually dormant for sevI be made next spring. largest number in the history of service, Mr. Bishop revealed that You are required to appear on .Flushing. L I. "w ,
fart and neighboring counties,I eral considerable talent was with October 11, 1945, In the above named You are Y"'k
years The Starke nine lost one game the company.In a contract has been signed wherein Ooto be required
Court and cause plaintiff
.ata indicated In an announce-. found available, as attested In the to Waldo this year, defeated the September 1945 only 213 I I the Kellogg Switchboard Co. of seeks divorce. Bradford County named Court r 21. and Uf8. a'f', f tb t' _t this week uy Carson Geiger I I club's record of three wins out of same club in two other engage 'phones were available to usersin Chicago for installation of a dial Telegraph next four snail weekly publish Issues.this OrderIn 1 County plaintiff Telegraph seeks dlvoreea" 'a""
------. ments, and won over the State Starke due to war-caused : telephone system In Starke In Witness my hand and official. Order In next tar"haU jObU".i
l Farm. Pitching duties were share shortages of equipment. Back in 194?. He also explained his com-I seal tember at 13 Stark, 1848.I ... Florida this Sep seal. Witness my hand''''kl, '.:.

ed for the most part by Jake September 1940 the company had pany's current project of laying (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas, t..mln'r at 18 Starke 1946., Floridslnl tbm','
Clothingand Keen and Jimmy Godwin. about 140 telephones rented and all wire underground out of sight I, A* Cleric of said Court.T. (OFFICIAL. HEAL)
Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. A. Clerk
did Over a of sold Cour11''I\a
Starke harm.
during the depression and away from Atty. for Fit. -20 4t 10-11 flY' LucllI.. :
Starke Among First Ita talking over only 100 old- mils\ of lead-sheathed cable already !I T. Frank L edru m, Stark. D C.
far ,
fashioned seta has been "dug-In" and ISI IJ! CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD Pit !9 M1Nl
ShoesFOR To Have OrganizationOf Most popular name in the new In use and the balance of the COUNTY.. FLOH10AI IN CHAN.CKItY. .

Senior, Scouts book; Is "Johns" with eight listings wire system still on poles will Charlotte Roberta Hng-hey Vereen
and the runner-up for frequency disappear noon after the strikeat Plaintiff VH:- Jack Porter Vereen ONLY
Defendant. Cane No. 6071.
Organization of a Senior Scout honors is "Smith" which the John A. Robling Co., lead ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND 1
unit In Starke will be effectedat appears five times. The tongue- cable manufacturers supplying the NOTICE! TO APPEAR
an early date according to an twister of, the new directory Is Starke Telephone Co., Is settled, Porter STATE Vereen.! OF whose FLORIDA residence to: Jack.and DAYS IIFff
announcement yesterday by T: H. George Kopelousos, who Incident- Mr. Bishop added. address I.I unknown.

The: Entire FamilyEvery Oaborne commissioner, of the ally Is proprietor" of Call street's The manager also stated that October Tou are 21, 194(1.required( In the to above appear nam-on RENEW YOU
New River District.A Guidon Grill. by the end of 'this year batteriesand ed Court and o"B'r wherein plain.tiff
H. A. Bishop "company manager County
meeting' was held in the USO cranks will be eliminatedfrom Telegraph shall publish this Order '
building Wednesday attended by urges callers to use the In next four weekly Issues. DRIVER'LICENS
book and place 'phone calls by all business 'phones. Sub- Witness rny hand and official seal
M. G. Botiwell, Scout
day is bargain dayat the ar: Stark, Florida, this September
scribers will merely pick up
from the Jacksonville office, and Dumber not by name which causes 18.1948<
Robt. M. McAulley, who delay and confusion In the ex- Instrument and automatically the (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas

the *.' * has Capt.been loaned to the Boy Scout, change. The new directory also operator will Inquire "Number, f"I.twille As'. Clerk of C. said Conner Court., I). C. I

organization by the Army Air contains a long distance rate please 7"Johnnie -- T.Atty.Frank for Pit.Lnndrum, Starke 8-20 ,4t'Fla.10-11' WITHOUT AN EXAMINA
Forces to assist. In the organization a
of this new branch of Scout- Accident Fatal Douglas, Rand Crews and

STAR Store Ing.Mr.. Osborne announced: that N. To Alvin Clemons I Aubrey Funeral Hazen.services were held at HOSPITALIZATIQNHELP.

Carson Geiger, Bradford High Tuesday at the New WHEN
Alvin demons, 42, of Arcadia 110 a. m. YOU NEED IT MOST
football coach and Instructor has Hope Baptist Church near Brooker -
accepted the appointment as advisor !died last Sunday afternoon as the with the'Rev. I* R. Wasdln ROOM AND BOARD FOR 90 DAYS,
to the Senior Scout unit. I result of a skull fracture sustained of Graham officiating. Inter-
Liberal Hospital Extras
Surgical To
I This of is in an auto accident between $150.
new phase Scouting ment was at the New Hope Ceme- Medical
described by officials as "a man's Sampson City and the Brooker tery, under the direction of De- Care. Maternity Coverage On Family
program for teen age boys." It highway. Witt C. Jones. Policy Issuing Ages 3 Months To 80 Yean
THEATRE III completely different from the A native of'this county he had Same Valueany hospital in U. S. or Canada

STARKE familiar Scout set-up In that the been visiting relatives in the BIBLE REDUCES ILLITERACYThe CLAIMS PAID AT OUR OFFICE
boys have full responsibility for Brooker area. During recent Bible has spoken to men In
:You Can Get In A Hospital For
the organization and manage- years he had been in the pro- more than a thousand tongues. It Nothing
Sun. Mon. -- Sept. 22. 23 ment of the unit. ,duce business at'Arcadia. haa forced the reduction of spoken But It Costs Money To Get Out
This advanced phase of ScoutIng dialects to written languages and
He was born September 8, 1940,
"DAKOTA"John is so new that it is still In the son of the late J. E. and Lydia has carved 'a path through the Provident Life and Accident Insurance Co.
experimental stage and Mr. Bos- demons, of Brooker. His Burvlvors Illiteracy of backward tribes. It One of the Oldest One of the Largest
Wayne Vera Hruba Ralston well stated that Starke will be are his wife, Vivian; two may even be read In many lan- DAN, BYRD. INSURANCE AGENCY
Walter BrennanTues. among the first communities In daughters, Vivian Ann and Sue;' guages by the sensitive fingertipsof -
the state to try it out. two sons Alvin 'Jr., and Harry;1 the blind.xoTtcO'To. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA :
... Wed. Thurs. Sept. 21. 25 26 Any boys between the ages of
two brothers. Dr. W. H. Clemons,I Telephone 1601Mail
15 and 18 who are Interested In of Miami, and E. H. of n.DDF.RIIThe
demons Hoard of Public Instructionof
"STOLEN LIFE"Bette this advanced program are askedto Palmetto; four sisters, Mrs. A. O. Bradford County will r..cel'e 1 Coupon Today -
Healed bids for the construction ofa
contact Smith for
Billy com-
Klnsey of Avon Park, Mrs. G. C. concrete block building at Brook Name ... ______ ____ __
Davit Glen Ford Dane' ark! plete information. Mllla of Waucnula? Mrs. C. M. er School. Plans and specifications .. .- ___________ ___ ___=

Fri. Sat. Sept. 27. 28 Saucer, of Baldwin, and Mrs. Coy the County can be Superintendent.Keen at the office' All of Address ------__________________ _? _. __ -w___
Two Shoe Shops Gay, of Palmetto. bids to be placed by Monday, October '
DOUBLE FEATURE I I 7th at 10:00 A. M. Individual ( ) Family Group ( )
Bought and Combined Pall bearers were Bessie Col- The board reserve the right to
son, Ralph Hazen Earl Green 8-la reject 2t any 8-aO"or all bid > .
Rogers Consolidation of the Brown-
and stein and Reynolds Shoe Repair
"GAY BLADES" shop has been announced by M.T
O. Hudson formerly of Augusta

Allen Lane Ga.Hudson, a resident of. Stark

I2ITZ THEATRE since last May purchased the TE TW.i4'TERMS!

: businesses this summer from ;
Sun J Mon. Sept. 22 23 Morris Brownstein and E. ,T
Reynolds. It was'stated that the
firm will offer a high standard
of service at its shop on 118 S.
.". Wed. > Thurs. Sept. 2.125.26 Walnut Reynolds will continueas

"Thunderhead" a member of the shop's per-
& "Ride Ranger Ride" onnel.Brownateln. !

I has entered Into

I ville.the dry goods business at Gaines- "

Hudson will make his home
here with his wife. A son. Jack,
COMPAREVALUES III a sophomore at the University
of Georgia and was an air corps
lieutenant at the age of 19. A
second son, William H., a bomber NOW !
pilot In the recent war was killedIn
Norway. It was stated that
the eldest of Mr. and Mrs. HudlIon's -

. Orlando.three boys is a machinistIn .

Editor of the Telegraph: -
Please allow me space to extend -
JEWELRY MERCHANDISE my thanks to the people of
Starke for the very good vote Will Overhaul Your Car
given me on Sept. 10. For the
PREDOMINATES confidence shown in me I promise
to give the best service of which
I am capable. Through team From
s work and cooperation with other \
members of the Council we will
be able to banance the budget and
Look at the put our town on a sound business '

.... basis.I Straighten Fenders -- Paint --- Body Repair --
Standard merchandise
served as a member of the
Council through the depression
mow on display in our windows years of 1932 to 1941 and ale : Motor Overhaul
though It was a stormy voyage, ; In Fact We Will, Make The

such as 1 we steered the old ship safely
through( by sound business practices -

CORDOVA LEATHER GOODS :. ment.and We economy had to hew in city to the govern-line Old Car Like New. Come In And Ask For Full

and let the chips fall where they
I may. I shad advocate the same
:- policy this term. Again thanking Details of Our
you all I am.Tours, e

respectfully.W. .



& PLATTERS I am a total abstainer because REPAIR
,4/a tw7 I know
our Country and
the world are entering the t SERVICE MANAGER
Iii Fact'--Too [Many Nationally-Known Gifts To most difficult period In human pIvto ..
Mention. You Can Shop At The Finest Jewelry history a period when the
RUr In Starke With Complete Confidence For taken for civilization or chaos
Quality In Fine Jewelry Gifts. are the highest they have ever J. M. TAYLOR '
been] a period when we can PAINTING 4
drift Into utmost brutality and MANAGER BODY SHOP
Inquire About "American Way" Plan confusion or move forward Into -
'the mot glorious) period the
human race has ever known. /
Whether we Khali do the one

Harley F. StrongCamp of or the our the Integrity people other and will\Ve.depend cannot...U-dl' clpllDe work upon J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS

out the problem that. face us
landing Jeweler Since 1911 with mind. befuddled! and live
wrecked! by drink. SALES
137 W. Call St. Starke Fla. Joy Elmer Morgan Editor iPlYMODTHSERVICE:
Journal of the National Education -
Association. 600 TEMPLE AVE. STARliE. N4