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: October 4, 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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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_ Official County Publication Established In 1877 __

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I E-I'T1'-EIOHT : 11111-i "NI\KKK.: -n..cKiuA: KH1HAY, OCTUBKR 4. 1W6 NUMBER FIFTY

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fl, 000 Greet W r1ii W1iIVets1vrEMflER

I t Rain | Scattered Showers Fail To Dampen Spirit of Crowd

_27. 1910 BRADFORD COVNTY: TEI.i: .i\;.... ..'.,,.,, '-.J -. .- S i Gathered Here Saturday' Greatest Celebration

0' ELECTION tile ConawtJosi of Ewe bar Amending tit *fce aUgtdahir "m.n at the Lrgtalativ -
OTIC'ThS L.g.ItUr. of INLCOTOIUtUtIQU Section.! 11 and 11 of Article VIII of the Seaalon of 1941. and from time to Rrndforditc and visitors from all parts of Florida. 10,000! !strong\ thumbed a figurative
of 18811. of tha of The lute of Florid a. Urn thereafter enact lawa specifying
'lorld', did pul S Joint Roaoropoithf Adopted at the General Election: of November th. power., functions dutle. and compensation n<(v <> at Jupiter PluviiH Saturday to hear General Jonathan M Waimvrijtht call for a mili-
.m.ndmento ... th.o lO4i sId. Amendment to Pro- of County Tax, Collector designated
0111.. BtIt of 1'1oI'Id.. ondvr wide for the Rat-Numbering of Beetlona In paragraph 1 of thla.Section IS. arily strong: United States In a speech highlighting Starke's welcome-home celebration
vat, .1 1\ and U of Article VOI of the Conatl- end ahall. likewise provide for the collection
ill agrd: the :e.t: ..I.ct.dhod. lotion .f the State of Florida .a Adopted care custody: reporting and disbursement for veterans of World War II.liravinur .

": that the "ot.o said. .t the General Election in November, of .11 taxes collected by the a capricious sky that shod sun ''hino one instant and rain the next eager
.t.red upon M4. end to Amend Section 11 and 12ot County Tax Collector.:
lulioD'Journal." .r. with the i yea. Article VIII of the Constitution of sn-ctators jammed both sides of Call Street and Templo Avenue to watch Rental General

oMl uMum O and they the malt dId deter-Joint the In the State County of Florida of Hlllaborough, and to Provide State) that of ROUSE!: JOINT RESOLUTION 4 NO lift Wainwrijrht and Florida's!, Governor Millard F. Caldwell ride at the head of a spectacular

*, bTaubrnltted to the electors lorlda. the County Tax: Aaaeaaor shall A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an four-bund parade. Cruck troops of the famed 82nd Airborne Division sent from Fort
General Election: inIOR A..... the Property of the County for Amendment to Article XVI of the Con-
,ts at toe the purpose of Levying: State. County, atltutlon of the State of Florida Br Ura"K. N. C.. to form an honor guard for the General added pulse-iuiickeninff atmosphere
:: !. I. R. A. GRAY. Schools and Municipalities In the County Adding Thereto An Additional Section to
01 the Stat. of Florida. 01 HUlshorotiRn Except: the City of Plant Provide for the Appointment by a Concurrent '0 the mile-lonir.. .procession as it moved along Call Street. Sixteen bombers and fighter
01 st.t flOtI'C that .5GEdERAL City Florida, which Shall be Exempt: Revolution of the Senate and planes from the Jacksonville
Rive ELECTION I from the ProvUion. of this Amendment House of Representatives of a Directorof
: neh county III Floridsiy Taxes Levied by tn. State County the Budget. and to Authorlre the Legtelature Naval Air Station staged a
..4 In aucceedIfli the firetit bounty School Board !School! Dlstrlcta. to PrescrIbe his Power and
Nov.mb.r neXt A. D. 19411, toe Special Tax !School! Dlatrlct. and the Duties, Qualification and Term of Office .- Celebration Highlights thrilling show at 3 p. m., fly
the MMnlclpalltlee of the County Except toe .
'TOY DAY hemS' or NOVEMBER CIty of Plant City. Florida.BB BE IT RESOLVE BY THE: LEGTSLA.TUHE '! ing over mid-town Starke in

..mirationTor rejection of the !: IT RESOLVED BV THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE: OF FLORIDA perfect diamond formation.
HMolutlon. proposing Amend- OF THE STATE OB" FLORIDA That the following Amendment to> Article Staike'a police force was fully prepared to handle all demands
I Constitution at the State That the following Amendment of XVI of the Constitution of the State Aa I Its vanguard reachedthe
the Article VIII of the Constitution ot the of Florida by adding thereto en additional brought upon It by the holiday crowd. Increased to the unprecedented -
nit: Stat. of Florida relative to the Aien- section to be known aa Section 34, 13 to the five courthouse square the parade
number of IS with the addition of regulars -
ment and Collection of all taxes In the be and the same la hereby agreed to and patrolmen halted whlla General
JOINT RESOLUTION NO. e8S bounty of Hlllaborough State at Florida shall b* submitted to the elector of the the local guardians of peace and security turned in what Van momentarily
RESOLUTION Proposing .n by Re-Numbering Section 11 aa adapted State of Florida for ratification or rejection Wainwright left hi* car for a
-tt 1011.* Constitution of the at the General Election: of 1M to SB to at the general election for Renreaentatlvee generally accredited as a "bang-up job" Only four arrests for minor brief memorial tribute
Vnnaa. to b* known .. Article make It read !Section! 13 of Article VIII to be held in the :year 1948.aa at the Roll
I and 2. Thereof Relating of the Constitution of the State of Florda follows" offenses were made during the day Saturday also saw the returnto of Honor board, Inscribed with
.on. Abolishing or Crec.rt.l. -' and by Amending Section 11 ot SECTION!: M. The Legislature. ehalt bylaw officer hail
Molldatlon. duty of Chief A. L. ("Lonzle") Alvares. The veteran the
names some 3,000 Bradford
Constitution of the ,
County Offices, and the Article VIII of the provide for a Director of the Budget I
rt and Collection of. Municipal State of Florida aa adopted at the General who shall be appointed by a concurrent been confined by Illness throughout the summer. Mayor Darby ex-;: Countlana who served in World
Officials, in Orange Election: in November of 1D44 so resolution of tIme Senate and House of
'ortS.II'. Tax and Providing for Ret- .. to make It read Section 13 of A-tlcle Representatives. and shall by law consistent pre Hci appreciation to his police force, and to \V. M. Kdwarda who War II.
VIII of the Constitution of the State oflorldn. with other provision of tide Constitution .
Acceptance or ReI -
Election for piovUled general supervision and to Ed Prevail who provided free Calls. for Prepared now*
Law or Laws Enacted by and to exclude the City of Plant prescribe hi. power and duties,
.ture'I any of the Stat o* Florid. city from said Amendment; B. and the provide for hi. qualifications and term wrecker service for moving cars from the street. With umlampcnod ardor be-
said Proposed Amend- same le hereby agreed" to and shall be of office the length of which shall be
ded la submitted to the Elector cf the State wholly within the discretion of the Legislature C neath his rain-soaked bloune, the03yenrrold
THE: LEOISLA- of Florid for Ratification or Refection/ and shall not be limited by S...
BY "Hero of Flataan"
R"iOLVEt|THE STATE: 01' FLORIDA at the General Election to be held on lIon 1, Article XVI of the Constitution. Never In the city's history, not even In the peak days of Camp
F amendment to then he first Tuesday alter. thai tint Monday mounted the ipeaker'a stand as
h. followln Blandlng has Call street offered INch a variety and volume of noise
of Florida, to b* known aaXX n November 1940; 6 the parade halted. on North Temple
Section. I and !.' thereof SECTION: 12. 1. From and after January COMMITTEE: SUBSTITUTFHOUSF a* that Just prior to and during the parade The police whlHtlea. the
consnlia.tlon .ebollshlnss 1. IMS th. County Tax Assessor olIlllsborougri TOFNT RESOLUTION NO. T1 Avenue and later warned. In
w th.of certain" County office County shall ...... all A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing! the traffic the cry of Ice cream vendors and Journal newsboys, the stir voice tens with that
s for all State. County, School Amendment of Section 30, of Article III a sincerity
.nd collection of mum property
antsimrnt- by County tax" officer. In andl Municipal Taxea to b* levied In of the Constitution of the Stale of Florida and clatter of the crowd and finally, the roar of the Navy planes another war, a* It would be waged

Florida and providing lllsborouKli County by the Slate. Relating to Appropriations: contributed to of Bound In the -
County ndum election for acceptance Count County School Bonrd. School BE: IT RESOLVF.I BY THE I ECJ1SLA.TURE !: e a steady outpouring culminating exuberant In the atomic age I* "too hor-

5n of any law or lava enacted DlatrlcU. Special Tax School Dlatrtcts and OF THE STATE OF FLOHinAt music of four bands and the blast of auto horns which rible to contemplate"..
of Florida aa provided Municipalities except In the City of Plant That the following amendment of Section
b.la-liUtnr rubmltted to the qualifiedof City. Florida. which city shall be exempt 30 Article III of tbe Constitution of greeted the appearance of General Walnwrlght.\ Earlier on the program the Rev.
'he state of Florida' for idop- rom the ef this Section. the State of Florida relating to apnroprlatlnns C S I I B. M. of Madison
athe next general 2. The legislature ahall, at the Leglavatlv Is hereby aitreed to and shall h. Montgomery a

u 1""IIn) be held In the year IMd. Session In 1947 and from time the to submitted to the electors ..f thet...* While_ the crowd was well distributed throughout the center of former Chaplain of American
lime thorealter. enact lawa specifying nf Florida for ratification or rejection at I
powers functions duties. and compunsa- the next General Flection to be held In .Own the 'greatest, concentration of celebrants appeared at the Intersection I Legion Post No. B6, sponsors of
ARTICLE XX lion of the County Tax" Aasntor te.ig-! November A O. 1MK-: thAt Is to any that the celebration bad delivered a
0 5 1. The Legislature I. author- nated In Paragraph I of Section 32. and said Section 30 Article III of the Constitution of Call and Temple. Some found special points of vantageon I I ..
by law for the Florida shill b* memorial address in which h*
to provide by law shall likewise provide of he State of .
enacted empowered by It at Its regular .... extension on the Assesament RoU of the amended and u amended shall read .. the second floor of the Courthouse, the ftecond story porch of thttStarke stated that ""W cannot hn
*' ?r our.
A. D. 1941. or at any County Tax, Assessor of all taxes Iv'.d follows Food Hotel. And nlo'res.
II In the ot -
ilon thereafter for the eonaboll'hlng b y the Bt.... County. County School Tax SECTION 31. Laws making the appropriation. eparing .. On rd4'ip*. various (dead and at', tho aUM* time loss
or creating of anyoffws Board. School District Special for the salaries of puhll S S C
In Orange Count Flor- School DWrlct. and Municipalities 1,,- officials and employees and all other sight ot* Ute caliM! for Which they

D.idcd. there Is excepted from onted In the County of Hlllsborough ot expenaei, of the State shall contain pro- The deportment of the crowd and official seemed marked by a 'gave their live*.': Twenty-two
Article Judge of all State ot Florida, with) the exception vlalona on no other aubleet nor shall an r1OOOOmaiio "
i ind a 01 to provld this for the ......ment the: City of Plant City which la hereby appropriation be an Incident of any other. general. Informality highlighted by the ease and naturalness of 'the I Bradford County m m' died In

''fctlon of municipal taxe. and exempt, from the provisions at "' 10Am.ndm.nt. bill: all state appropriations except at> honor I'ueet'hlm Jf Fourtar he. of World War U
ol them by County proprlatlona for the county schools. tHiuntlee general though *. the. "hero ,service.Th .
:"rn.In at said County. Any law soreipcctlnit SECTION 13. I. From and after Janu cities or other political subdivision Corregldor" is' devoid "of military pretension.When I one speaker ceremony wa'. made further
for -
the consolidation or the Count Tax, Collector In of the State, ennroprlatlnne permanent 'ISi b
if an; County oW... shall prel'O"e" amy the I.County 10411. 01 HIlI.boroulI" SLots 01 Imrtrovements and buldnirs for!nv law.for ) said "Starke wishes to adopt General Walnwrlght he expressedthe Impressive by the presentation of
dutle. .nd compensates shall collect all taxes ievicd In state Instltutlona as provided
e Florida sentiments of all. an American flag by the Wood-
officer designated therein by the State C.unIY. County enacted at1the 1H3! legislature' or priorlegislatures

its sell dlirharxe th. duties of the School County Board. School Dlalrlcr.. Special and Inlet and funds for pensions, shall .*..retirementfunds Included lyon thouiand pounds of bar. C S S men of the World. represented, by

w w K conned: coniolldated respecting or created the ..:...nd..- ,' "Tax f" Hillnborouilh School Dlatrlcta County and, Florida Municipalities except In one general appropriation/ thereto bill or and sow led beef and pork 200 gal- When the .honor guest's car paused at the Honor Roll board on ecretary of State R.. A. Gray to

it cillcctlon of municipal taxes of Plant City It b. nil exempt, amendment or aupolemetit Bradford County school
the City of Brunswick stew and 2,000es
F iments or either ol them by Iin the provlnlona of this Amendment.The. hall be for no longer than two years. the Courthouse ftti, and the General strode across the curbstone,
for the from : : shall at the LeglaIdtlve : All appropriations made prior to the of bread were chief Mayor Chas A mad
ton officer shall provide I 2. Le jlslature among amateur Darby a
time to adoption of tide section which ire eontrarv cheerily swinging hUca : professional cameramen appeared
I collecting, accounting nor ana Session of 1941 and from of thl. section items of food that fed the br|.f addrtM of welcome and Put-
.. the to the provision ,
.. specifying
{ ol mid taxes and loT time thereafter enact laws 1947.HOU from all directions. :'A battery of flash bulba exploded a 4 the
of July 1.
I> the appropriate municipal pow.r.. lun.tlon.' dutIes. and ." omensa shall expire as fry multitude here Saturday. let Warren; 'JacJuonvlUe.'attorney.
"t. and for compensation for lion 0' County Tn Collector d.lgn..d General posed With 'a grinning veteran fh. Ute.l1th Airborne dlvUlon ",. <9ed to Otneral
my taxing officer for ..ervtce.I In I'Drasr.ph I of Section 13. nG shill I ) wet planned was the me- I pon Wai aaddress. -

I .incident thereto. That If any likewise provide for the dlsbllrs.m.nt.ullc.Uon. care.uatndy. 01, E!: JOTsT RT.'!Ot.tTTIOV N8. ITT ilcs of serving that the estlsd After plying the soldier with several questions Oe0er l WftJnwrlghttold : J"'IJht'._ George WainWright -
0 reopenIng the consolidationn reporting and RESOLUTION: Proponing an I
'. ol any county offices I. ac- all taxes collected by the ".uunty Tax Amendment A JOINT to Article V of the Constitution 10.000 visitors\ were fed the crowd something about the boy' service and paid trlbut.1 w, .fcnown' JktOkJonvlU*

and ratified provided! at the such referendumherein law shall Collector. Additional/ of Florida Section bv Relating Adding to Thereto the Flec aa record time. Although the to his outfit which saw combat from New Guinea to Japan. r baritone And a flotutn of the U'

rffKtlvre with felpect" to the of- I lion of the Jud,* of the Court of flowM t was spread out over a two- I loved warrior sang "Odd Elsa.America" .

I,.tIed thereby first Monday on the In first Januaryyear Tu.the ..- HOUSE ffioffiB .. S.VftKS NO.!" -."-? Coxtitv In and Solicitor for Estrambla: of said Count County and the Interval the bulk of the Carloads of football fan caught a brief glimpse of Call street I accompanied by the

Immediately succeeding the 01 the Co. BE IT RFSOLVrn BY THE L"nyq'.A- rd was taken care of In 43ite : as they drove past the Walnut street Intersection Jacksonville NAS Band. LexOreen
to en to Jack-
to saidm Sat.v&r OF FLORIDA
election: had subsequent [ itelative, TURF OF THE STATE:
election at which elector for the 'Property for T.KO' and SECTION 1. That Artlcl V nf theontiltitiofl >, thanks to a systematic sonville. Expressions sometimes approaching Incredulity crossed the Stark attorney and for.lIter *
I of the United Bute, are voted 10 As.e..m.n 01 bl AddingThereto / of the Slate' of Florid be ngement of long food-laden Congress-man served
t 11 any molt law respecting the the CollectIon 01 Tooo' 10 Provide amended by adding, thereto an addmonalsection faces of these and southbound tourists as they beheld the thoroughfare a* ma->
"it' and collection of municipal Additional Sectiona State 01 to be known .. Section. 46 of .s. spaced every few f e tall r-of-ceremonies I d t reducing
II of them. that In the Count 01 D.Y. election. of gay jn Ita. bunting and Jammed with padestrains.. Boms
anesament., or either Assessor .h.il said Article, relating to the the usa grounds.it of the more than
Tax *
a score of tat
and Florida. the County In and connty -
1 tax officers 1. accepted the Court of Record
the of
for the Jurtde University students seemed
County undecided
at the referendum election aa levying 01 the County. School for Escambla County .nd the County as every housewife knows, whether to proceed to the and city official who, sat with
I helen' the same .ball become Purpose of Tiara Levied by tine Solicitor of said County and the same la lot easier.to get rid of foodit game or to park their car and Join Bradfordltes In what was obviously General Walnwrlght
&llInlclp.1 be euh-iit > on the first day of Januaryiceeding and School Bo.m. hereby accord to. and shill I
audi referendum ..Ie.ON .- .. Cotinty Courtly School Dli.tricta Its the elector of the !mat. af Florida' Is to prepare It. Forince a first-clam: celebration. f rm.
DI.trlel. Special Tax the 0..r.1 .|..-
School of the Count. for rut'flcMInn or reject nn at take little item Ilk. S S I '
t. Before any law described I and MuoiriPalltlei Election 10 b. held on the flrat Motorcade Greet General
preceding section of thta Article DB: IT UNSOLVED!: BY TUB LJlGYSLArUI Tuo.day after the first Monday in Nccvemher. gallon of Brunswick stew. Some of the uniforms worn In the parade seemed somewhat Launchln.the
ol any force and e:Io<:t. It shall 01' Till!: STATE OF FLORIDA: lf1.48. II follows* days program
; -1 and ratified by a majority I That the 10:lowing Amendment of to Ar-tree SFCTION 411. Th. Judge of the Court Nelson Green and her loyal bedraggled after exposure to the Intermittent showers, but the bright under a bright early-morning suns
fTC qual'f' ed ector. of Ctranret of the Cotiatltutlon In and for Eseambla County from
Record tolled
tic! viii of rta early morn-
orlda. at a referendum election Slot. 0' fli.'Ida relative to the Au.- and the Countv Sollrltor of said County new outfits of Sanford Hitch's Cub Scouts were quite undimmed by a motorcade of 25 cars paced bya
ilW' : and held for the purpose mimE and Coll.cUon of .n taxes In add-the shall hereafter I). elected by the qualifiedelertor. to late afternoon in the comity the weather. State Highway Patrol .escort
'"i:mm whether audi law shall Stat. Florida. by of said Bounty a. other state and
i''td and ratified or rejettea oy ':r"nlt.C-'Y"d:: : sections to be county official .re elected. The first canning plant preparing S S C had sped at 9 a. m. to the Jacksonville -

1 lied electors ot said County. known Ii Section 14 and Section 15. be mellon of the Judge of the Court of 200 pounds of potatoes, 300 \ Naval Air Station.
rendum' election shall be heidi and the same I. hereby agreed to and Record In and for Escambl. County and ids of meat. 100 pounds of The rain afforded no problem for MUle Freddie Wlmberley arriving -
o net, da,. after the effective .h.1l b. .ubmtted! 10 the Ile000rs of Solicitor of said" county. Just a* General Wain-
soy nch law. Th. Board of State 01 Florida for ratification_ 0Tej_ _!?._-. a:Ibt.c held: at the General t" ElectIon in ns. and 12 gallon each of who rode on the front of the Red Cross car. attired rather appropriately wrlght' plane circled the

1 Commlaslonera ng at any such ah.ll referendum provide elee-for on iio"-.t the the first general Tueiday election sItar TOO the oe a.treat : after lH8.! the to take first Monday office the In J first..T"..TuesHaT..J9". peas and tomatoes that In a bathing suit. / field and taxied to the area landing where

> notice thereof ahall be published Monday In Nov.mber. 1946. II 10110. fnr a term of four years. The term or Klnto the mixture S C StCeO a Marine Honor Guard
Board once each week for a.t'r ell From and afterJanuary tenure ef office of anyone herelofor .. awaited hi.
14. -
successive week immediatalyin SECTION 1946. the C""nty" Tax Aaesaor'' or hereafter eppolnted to either of the .lit a* the ladles were about Keren, formerly of the Telegraph staff anti well-known arrival.
to the date of auch election I. State 01 FlorIda.ehall offices herein mentioned shall not be'extended Ive hope. of ever getting
of B.y. '
""1>1""' of general circulation In In tile County.U pI'Operl for .u SUlI. h..h,.. Any vacancy In either up locally was a busy newsman during the day. snapping pictures and Greeted first officially by Ad-
ntr Except. herein oth..to.'Ol a.eit5 MunIcipal tacos to n< said offices which occurs prior to said many onions and potatoes miral
and collecting material fur the
Schomil Tallahassee Ralph Davlnon.
County. Monday mJanuary. Democrat the Tribune Commandant
laws of the State relatlni I the County by the State. first Tuesds after the first id and diced someone Tampa.
'"ldn( at general elections sha be levied School Board, School l 1949. shall be filled or aonolnt- and the Miami Herald. of the Seventh Naval District
no holding of any auch refer'eflIo Count County Tu School DistrICts ,.%' by Ihe Governor and confirmation pj Chester Wins to arise fromk
Sp.cI.1 and Col. R.
provided hth a R. Howl headof
I DI.trlcle. Senate as heretofore C ,
If law mill ''b": the
any the food-
b'.I and but In no ...* for any bed and proffer
1a4 and Con-tltutlon. the Florida
ratified majorIty /
'0" PartIcipating In any such e91 longer thin until the first T.i.sd. afwr ling' facilities /jot Lawaon' During the evening Jacob J. Johns came Into hit own and bask- District
''jm election such law snail be- the first Monday In J.mianr 19411 and ed the General Walnwrlght stood In fixed
market Mr. Wise stood glory of a gray neatly-trimmed
of office of anyone : goatee which wona
1 o< I In full force and effect but time the term or tenure .., .. for salute a* the Naval Air Station
1 ucli election majority of the .ppolnted to either 01 timid he ladles all day and theyy fine watch In Harley Strong's "chin whisker contest.:'
in 1947 shall etep Hand
beginning "Ruf
T Wren e. and
Panictpatlng therein shall Vote tlon re
Tuasda after the brat admit that they never S *
I Via said fired
acceptance end r.tlflcatlo In Municipalities.n on FlourUhe! traditional
j Ia.... it shall be null and void .bOll Monday In January, 1949 d have gotten all the Ingredl- greeting
O fo"*. and .ffect. Tb. cart.bOltd ..,. SECTION L Any provision *f Vie Members of Post M the American Legion who originated the accorded a "-.tar general A brief
of taid shall cer- I In aanfllct herewith la hereby chopped if It had not been Idea of the
couity celebration were quick to attribute the success of the Inspection of the Honor Guard
nwult of any each referendum by r.p.aled.IN ils .alliance.\ .
w Ihe Secretary of 8Ut within day to the wholehearted cooperation of all townapx>ple. The Wom completed military Courtesies,
f' after the holding thereof. :Sc : I TESTIMONY WMTREOF I llahereunto ... it. Saturday afternoon the and General
: :; : Coline- set itt, hand and affixed the mixture was poured Into an's Club the Junior Woman's Club the Chamber of Commerce, the : Walnwrlght wa then

January I. 1940. the Courtly Tax of Flor.Ida. treat Seal of the Stat of Florid at Rotary Club the Woodmen of the World the City Council and CountyCommIssioners I warmly welcomed by bis klna-
B. State : tanks and
IIJ.OLtJTION 01 99-galIon
10m NO. 13 tow In the Count levIed 10 teCounty Ta'lrhaaw' the Capital this the let day I hug ..Ml1i..u County legislator
['NT .b.ll collect" all taxes I A. O. J04" cam. In for a particular share of the
RESOLUTION Proposing an CunlJ. County of August, an hour or so of steaming appreciation' N. D.
ont *> by the Stats. IBEAU A. GRAY, Walnwrlght Jr.. and other
Article Con 50001.1Taa
yIn of the
01 the SLit of Florida Relative School Bo.rd. School and Dhtrlell.W1ODIclP4IUU- I Secretary *t ital*. ready for the hungry multl- extended by Legionnaires to group which gave material and financial members! of the welcoming com

nt at Property for Taxes wad I I1Si School DistrIcts aid. Poet Commander B. (I.. Denmark issued a blanket "Thanks" mittee.

to all who -
helped. Drive Through Rlasndlng

jion to CampaignFor S S SStarkalt. Also on hand to greet the General -

__... -. -. -.-._ v-_____ V ..
momenta of
New Member. experienced nostalgia Friday night/ Sat was hi* one-time South Pacific

'b part of J. D. Odom be had reluct- I decignate of the Chief State of Senate Staff: urday and Sunday as the visiting paratroopers strolled along the compatriot MaJ. A. C. Tto-
to ;; bill at Frank Ward
I0' pan ,* com- dollar I Capt. A campaign for new member streets "doing the town." They were the first army men to appear dell now of Fort Bragg: and
young musicians from LSlllVuveatock AucUonMarket NAB Col. Everett
i Jacksonville ; was announced this week by SG. here In any number since the closing of Blinding. Orange Park. To him was accorded

[ Military School In Jack- one day l last week for one ]M Yon. Oalne vllle; J. Kyle William Denmark. commander of Post C S e the pleasure of driving
and l this unit fol- to win
by beautiful was entered chance among thousands *. Judge advocate American 5ft. the American Legion. Denmark All kinds and varieties of oratory were heard on the speaker's Gnral Wainwright to Stark

[Chamber of Commerce floats the the coveted automobile. did : Legion Dept. of Florida Miami; 'I II ''' expressed belief that the platform, both before and after the honor guest' adUres. Th. With them rod the General'

his good fortune officer success of the Homecoming aid*. Major F. J. Kirk. and Rep.
Club the American Legt.on,1 Word of mornIng. I David I.. Wiley state service speech which seemed most to capture the General's fancy however
Sunday Wainwright An aerial
him until stigated by th Legion would escort of
.ncall Red Cross and the not reach mllea out lathe ; Ceo. I* Klllan. and Wl lam was that of Fuller Warren. Fuller's characteristic outburst of circled
he lives 12 provide Incentive for a greatly Increased Navy planes over the line

Coc& Cola Company. country alnce from BuneI1. 'I told'I R. SImonds. commissioner of the enrollment! during the fall rhetoric was accorded the General' approval In the form of congratulation of>> car throughout the return

| Wow Color Guard and wile 1 might u well Itart State Veterans Commlaglon; Tom month and a handshake. trip.

|:"sites from B.H,S. were my becauSe e 4> S
there Sunday assistant state service offleer The veteran group will hold A* the motorcade neared Camp
\ctlve walking up r>an. |
participant In the to sleep that regular meeting at 8 m. of the most evnU of the Bland the
08 1 wouldn't be able 2nd Cong Dlst. i it* p. outstanding program was the Introduction Ing patrol escort wung I

l banrt anyway" Farmer MaiphUrsgyiflned. member of the State Tuesday at t 11 Legion Hall. of the mother brother and sister. of the late Captain ColIn through B Gate and directed the I
from to parade was the Twenty an-| Those wishing to add their name Kelly the first hero of World War IJ. The appearance her. of long line of ears through the .

Salvation Army head. arrived In Starke he Md:slafture. both Senator to the membership roll, or to camp site to West Oat In orderLIgt
"In When he the KeUys who are resident of Madlnon. and of h.rol. Jimmy Wilson \ -
Jacksonville this Model all sections ,
and of a 1928 Representatives from gain further Information about Gen.ral Walnwrlght

eel< by uniformed Boy I wu the po.aeSaOr Wben be left starke he Florida were Introduced from ,tit* ..er ctouOf the Legion, are. and Don VIoydy...wl. '.,f>, 1l'1a1,.>yAtowrl: !; tVvlUirnin; a stanO.- the hug one-time training mightview
Cub A Ford. of, the memories of the Homecoming c.f brants.
c' Scout, and Girl I, Wa., the owner ot a 1946 delUXAV8. '"thp1atforn1. 1 urged to aiteadL j among camp.BRADFORD .

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,000 Greet Wainwright, Welcome VetsS2nd

Scattered Showers Fail To of Crowd
Airborne Division Band Parades Down Call Street In Rain Dampen Spirit

Gathered Here Saturday! Greatest Celebration

Rradforditri and visitors from all parts of Florida 10.000 strong, thumbed a figurative

no*p at Jupiter Tluvius Saturday to hear General Jonathan Wainwright call for a mili-

r arily strong United States In a speech highlighting Starke'a welcome-home. celebrationfor !

veterans of World War II.

Braving a capricious sky that shed sun 'hiDl one instant and rain the next, eager

"n 4 1n-ctators jammed both sides of Call Street and Temple Avenue to watch genial GeneralU'ninwriprht

a ,; and Florida's Governor Millard F. Caldwell ride at the head of a spectacular

d f four-bund parade. Crack troops of the famed 82nd Airborne Division sent from Fort
s pr
r r ,, 'S nrR'!' N. C., to form an honor guard for the General, added pulse-quickening atmosphere

4 "o the mile-Ion procession as it moved along Cull Street Sixteen bombers and fighter

.- planes from the Jacksonville

: Naval Air Station staged a

; iN; Celebration Highlights thrilling show at 3 p. m., flying -

over mid-town Starke in,

perfect diamond formation.
Starke'a police force was fully prepared to handle all demands

brought upon It by the holiday crowd. Increased to the unprecedented As Its vanguard reachedthe

number of 18 patrolmen, with the addition of 13 to the five regulars courthouse square, the parade
halted while GeneralWalnwright
the local guardians of peace and security turned In what was
left his
car for a
v h ,1 : generally accredited as a "bang-up Job.; Only four arrest for minor brief memorial tribute at the Roll

offense were made during the day. Saturday also saw the returnto of Honor board, Inscribed with

duty of Chief A. I* ("Lonzle") Alvarez. The veteran officer hail, ,, the names of some) 3.000 Bradford

been confined by Illness throughout the summer, Mayor Darby ex- Countlan who served In World

presHed appreciation to his police force, and to W. M. Kdwards: who War II.

provided general supervision and to Kd Prevail who provided free Calls for Preparedness

Cb a wrecker service for moving cars from the street With undampened ardor beneath

+ kt v ,. e e his rain-soaked blouse, the63yearold
n :,5u, d fi Yac
YS Ns. Never In the city's history, not even In the peak days of Camp "Hero of Bataan"
mounted the stand
speaker's aa
Blanding, has Call street offered such a variety and volume of noise
the parade halted on North Tem
4M aa that just prior to and during the parade. The police whistles, the
ple Avenue and later, warned. In
# traffic), the cry of ice cream vendor, and Journal newsboys, the stir a voice tense with sincerity, that

.p to and clatter of the crowd and finally, the roar of the Navy planes another war, as It would be wag

v'0 q. .v r+ contributed to a steady outpouring of sound culminating In the exuberant ed In the atomic age I I' "too horrible

music of four band and the blast of auto horn which to contemplate".

greeted the appearance of General Wainwright Earlier on the program the Rev
e e e B. M. Montgomery of Madison, a

; Willie the crowd was well distributed throughout the center of former Chaplain of American

..own, the greatest concentration of celebrants appeared at the intersection I I Legion Post No. 00, sponsor of

of Call and Temple. Some found special points of vantageon the celebration, had ,delivered amemorialaddre.s
,In which he
the second floor of the Courthouse, the iocond.story porch of the
General Vi.itaWainwright stated that "We cannot honor out

Bands, Play For Parade Sr. Preparing Food Starke J-IotelonlJ_. 6n the, rod:."..opr. of. various l store (dead sight of and the at,cause the .for.me'which time they lose

In Brief Reunion The deportment of the crowd and official seemed marked by''a',.ave their live- Twenty-two

Spectators' Jam Starke Streets For- '10,000 general, Informality highlighted by the ease and naturalness of ''the I Bradford County men died In

N. D. Wainwright Sr., who has' honor guests himaejf., Four-star general though he lav the "hero .of World War U .service. ,

mr" will Stark 's'reverberate' a long and 'enviable record li} the Sma'''Job Comgldor" is devoid :of military pretension r'When one speaker The ceremony wall mad further
befoieuand again No
likely never
life of Countyand
political said "Starke wishes to
adopt General Wainwright he expressedthe Impressive by the presentation of
i. with the martial airs of four uniformed I'II Is now retired from office, sentiments of all. an American flag by the Wood
Ordinarily of the four units that made the was physically unable to participate
any one Seven thousand pounds of bar a e men of the World represented by

ring here Saturday afternoon would be considered In Saturday's activities becued beef and pork, 200 gallon When the ,honor guest's car paused at the Honor Roll board on Secretary of State R. A. Gray, to
and Governor
ite for in town of this size, but for but Wainwright I Bradford schools.
parade a County
purposes of Brunswick stew, and 2,000 "t
Caldwell did him the honorof the Courthouse .J>, and the General strode across the curbstone,
precedented homecoming'celebration Starke boasted loaves of bread were chief among hli amateur Mayor Cha. A, Darby made a
calling at the WainwrIght home cheerily swinging calle, and professional cameramen ap
count 'em) bands.i the Item of food that fed the brief' address) of welcome, and Fuller

tor a brief visit early In the afternoon peared from all directions.1 A i battery of flash bulbs exploded all the ,
i spite of intermittent showers' that took some of them hungry multitude; taere Saturday. I Warren; Jack.l ,
General posed with a grinning veteran" O:..th.filth Airborne division. to nvijJO'tttcrney
responded O. l
several crepe' paper So well planned wa the me- 1
rodeo touch at the end of the "I appreciate Hhl* gesture very After plying the soldier |
a with several questions Oe era Walnwright .
{spectators were am lY".1| chanics of serving that the estimated JV1'llh.telre"s._ \ George Wain
parade and $10 first prize for the much and consider myself signally told the crowd 1 I
something about the '
|r their patient waitinghe 10,000 visitor were fed boy's service, and paid tribute wrlght, will-known\ Jacksonville
longest, loudest, and best dressed pony" In the parade honored by their visit. the elder In record time. Although the to his outfit, which saw combat from New Guinea to Japan. baritone and ft flousln of the'i
award itated.
went to Gene Shaw. A $5 Mr. Walnwright I
parade In Bradford County feast was spread out over a two- I e loved warrior, ajiff "Cod Bless
I paused by. for second place was claimed by Although Mrs. Walnwright was hour Interval the bulk of the Carloads of football fans caught a brief glimpse of Call streetas America", accompanied by the)
Grlffl entry. Hospital
the Joe III In the Alachua County
r a cover of zooming membersof crowd was taken care of In 43 they drove past the Walnut street Intersection en route to Jack- Jacksonville NAB Band. Lees
I Although the replica of a Seaboard at the time other minutes"), thanks to a systematic Green Stark
planes, dispatched from sonville. Expressions: sometimes approaching Incredulity crossed the 'attorney and former -
delsel engine and freight the family were all present.
Icksonville Naval Air Stale arrangement of long, food-laden faces of these and Congressman served a* m.*-
Mrs. southbound tourist as beheld
here from Wildwood Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark ( they the
few feet
cars tables, spaced
parade moved out fromg by E. R. Ward and other Clark was the former Ruth Waln across the usa every grounds. fare, gay In Ita, bunting and jammed ,with pedestralns.. tboroUKh.1 ter-of-ceremonle than I ri t roduclnjpmore
g Center promptly at 3 a score of *tat county
I and headed west -on Call members of that town's Labor Day wright) were here from Miami, But a* every housewife knows. University students seemed undecided whether to and city official who sat with

I Spearheaded 'parade committee, developed motor and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright Its a lot easier,,to get rid. of food game, or to park their car and Join Bradfordltes In what WU ob- General Walnwright on ,the plat
by orange
lick I trouble at the last minute and and family were here from than It 1 Is to prepare it. For vlously a first-class celebration. I form.
|rocgslon Highway started with cars 'I' could not Join the parade It was Tallahassee. Instance take a little item like Motorcade Greet General

I Marshal A. J., Thomas In soon put In running condition and 200 gallon of Brunswick stew. Some of the uniforms worn In the parade seemed somewhat Launching the day's program

Rd car, followed closely by was enjoyed later In at the the after-bar- Notables Mrs. Nelson Green and her loyal bedraggled after exposure to the Intermittent showers, but the brightnew under a bright early-morning sun,

s band. noon by spectators Many cohorts tolled from early morn outfit of Banford Hitch's Cub Scouts were quite undimmed by a motorcade of M/ cars, paced) .by
to late afternoon in the
becue grounds.Bunnell ing com- a State Patrol
ral Wain- the weather. Highway escort
Jonathan M.
munity canning ,plant preparing e had sped at 9 a. m. to the Jacksonville -
| and Governor :Millard Here For Big DayReading the 200 pounds of potatoes, 300 I Naval Air
|U( rode and other The rain afforded Station arriving -
together Farmer pounds) of meat, 100 pound of no problem for MUM Freddie Wlmberley, Just a* General! Wain-
|i bUes contained visiting onion, and 12,gallons each of who rode on the front of the Red Cross car, attired rather appropriately wrlght's plane circled the landing
P men State Cabinet memo like a "Who's Who""f and tomatoes that In a bathing suit
corn peas, field and taxied to the
area wherea
itate Senators State Rep- AutoMonday Florida political and military .
Gets Legion went Into the mixture. e Marine Honor Guard awaited his
i'lves, and the list of State notables
City and County life, aboutto
Saturday's celebration Just as the ladles were Red Kerce, formerly of the Telegraph staff, and well-known arrival.

Inns of both World Wars morning, bright and, win attending headed by Governor Millard that give up hope onions of and ever potatoes getting locally, was a busy newsman during the day, snapping pictures and Greeted. first officially, by Admiral

I north- of his Cabinet: and Ute Miami Herald. of the Seventh Naval District -
l a car and Federal Judge old, farmer stepped from a members Chester Wise to arise froma -
"n and asked to of State R. A. Gray; and Col. n. E. Howl, headof
? of Gainesville and E. bound bus In Starke qerrrtary! sick bed and proffer the foodgrlndingr -,
:hews of Starke both of- be directed to the courthouse.A Attorney General Tom Watson:I, facllltle /jof Lawson's, During; the evening, Jacob J. John came Into hU own and basked the Florida Military/ District,

|,m the SpanishAmericane few moments later he appeared -; I meat market Mr. Wise stood In the reflected glory of a gray, neatly-trimmed goatee which wona General salute Walnwright a* the Naval stood Air In Station fixed

next. of Clerk of ladles aU and fine watch In
in the office by the day they Harley Strong's "chin whisker contest. Band
of played "Ruffle andFlourl.he.
| was added by the tradi- the Circuit Court and Legionnaire Mayo: and Superintendent. I freely admit that they never: e .", traditional
to> 8 train from Jack- A. J. Thomas and stated his reason Schools Colin English.Congressman I would have gotten all the Ingredients Members of Post 66, the American Legion, who originated the a 4-star general.! A brief
carrying pro mineral being in Starke: He had Emory H. Price I chopped if it had not been idea of the celebration
for for the were quick to attribute the success of the inspection of the Honor Guard
paires as and brand new arrived early Saturday for his assistance
passengers the
come to claim I. lay: to the wholehearted cooperation of all townspeople. The Wom completed military courtesies,
was the highly touted Ford sedan given day's events. I Late Saturday afternoon the
1946 deluxe an's Club the Junior, Woman's Club, the Chamber and General Walnwright wa then
of !
V the 82nd Airborne Dlvl"n the American Legion asa Federal Judge A. V. Long a stew mixture wa poured Into Commerce ,
away by watll l Rotary Club the Woodmen of the World, the City Council and warmly welcomed by his kinsman -
Fort Bragg. climax to Its homecoming celebration former resident of SUrke : three huge 83-gallon tanks and County ; Bradford County legislator,
WIng the band was the saturday. present, a* were Mayor T. Frank after an hoar or so of steaming Commissioners came In for a particular share of the appreciation N. D. Walnwright Jr., and other

Color Guard, and then, the crowd on Whitehead ..of Jacksonville; Dr. I was ready for the hungry multi- extended by Legionnaires to group which gave material! and financial member of .welcoming com

F most Impressive unit inS To who quickly assembled to John J. Tlgert president of the, tude. aid. Post Commander S. G. Denmark issued .a blanket "Thanks"to mittee...
long lookers of Florida: Adjutant,)I all who .'
procession-troop claim his prile. FarmerF. University helped. Driven
| 05th Parachute Infantry him : Vivian Collins. St. Augus- Blandlag
F. M. Malphurs told his story General Legion to CampaignFor Also on hand to greet the Gen-
B Clark, president-
Heel helmets and march- After much perllUulon on the. tine; Sen. S. D. Senate New Members Starkeitc experienced moments of nostalgia Friday night Saturday eral was his one-time South!! Pa.
PH State ;
bared of the
bayonets. part of J. D. Odom be had reluctantly designate Chief of Staff. and Sunday aa the visiting paratroopers strolled along the cine compatrIot MAJ. A. C. T1*>-
band to paaa by wa com- exchanged a dollar bill at Capt. Frank Ward. A campaign for new member streets "doing the town. They were the first army men to appear dell now of Fort Bragg and
I"' Everett
young musicians from the Gainesville Livestock Auction Jacksonville NAS; CoL was announced this week by 8 here in any number since the closing of Blanding. Orange Park. To him was accorded -

>Military Scbool In JacteI Market one day last week for one JI[, Yon Gainesville; J. Kyle Williams G. Denmark commander of Post e the pleasure of driving

by and beautiful this unit wa entered fol- chance among thousands to wIn Judge advocate American 56, the American Legion. Denmark All kinds and varieties of oratory were heard on the speaker's General Walnwright to Stark
| float coveted automobile. Florida, Miami; I expressed belief that the With them rode the General's
the of
umber the Legion Dept platform, both before and after the honor guest' address. Th.speech .;
Commerce, dId .
of his good fortune state service officer success of the Homecoming, Instigated aide Major F J. Kirk and Rep.
f Club, the American Legion. Word morn- David L. Wiley, which seemed most to capture the General's fancy, however
until Sunday by the Legion would I I Walnwright. An aerial escort of
f'lcan Red Cross and the not reach him mlles out In, ; Ceo. L. Killan, and William,, ra* that tit Fuller Warren. Fuller' characteristic outburst of circled
he lives 12 I provide\ Incentive for a greatly Increased Navy planes over the line
Coca Cola Company. tng since from n "I told R. Simon d., commissioner of the enrollment during the: fall rhetoric was accorded the General' approval In the form of congratulation I of cars throughout the return
wow Color Guard and the country wellmy start Tom and handshake.
as Veterans Commission; ,, months. a trip.
might State
'.' wife
ctlve:"rntea from B.II.B. were walking up there Sunday because Dean, assistant state service officer -\i The veterans" group will hold I I A* the motorcade neared Camp

P,o. participants- In the 1 wouldn't be ablermer sleepMaiphurs that 2nd Cong [)tat. I Its regular meeting at 8 p. m. One of the most outstanding events of the program was the Introduction Blandlng the patrol escort swung

"% band anyw Y: members of the Statelsi1sleture Tuesday at the Legion Hall. of the mother brother and sister of the late Captain Colin through B Gate and directed the
to parade was the night Twenty Those wishing to add their names Kelly, the first hero of World War II. Thor appearance here long line of cars through the
non an"RepreaeDtatives
t Salvation Army head- grinned. arrIved In Starke he : both Senators to the membership roll, or to I camp site to West Oat In order
who resident of Madison and
he the are of heroes
When Jimmy
P In Jacksonville, and this of a 1928 Model from all sectionsof J gain further Information about Ofj that General Walnwright mfgbtview
'"owed by uniformed Boy was the posRellllor Starke he from'rthe the ;fojand Don Mood1IpCsellfal.Ysw4lgiLWUl.re4aln t I a .
When he left introduced JA ntJ< *. Legion, are, the hug one-Urn training
,Cub Scout.., and GirlS A wu Ford the owner of a 1946 deluxe." Flort9a.imwere: 1' urged to attend. I'Out among the mmorl** of. the Homecoming celebrant camp.

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--- . . 1% PIIICI'ii''OI'ICT. It IIIIAUFOIII1tl Itnillday la: whose 83 10a rt 1 II I..t. Street, BTATR AND NOIK'R OP FIXJItlOA T(' AI'l'KAIt to! ICIeannrR : Order\ ; 'u1b11,
!Ill'.. FL.OIIIUII l" LIOtJenn %- v"rlt i > !;
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH LAWTEY 1'ISIt Ja'nk\ Lovett Plaintiff VH Brooklyn liber.', New,.>IfH6."UII' "III It!the appear above on I I Hodcnback and Kourdnmn addreMU In, who.eresidence 83 BellIII I! at, Stark 1940.OFFIt'IAL. IZfi -' <. t";:
CH' 28. : Ilolluvllle, New Jersey
Harry Nathaniel Thomn 1-ovctt muse. wh..ruln1.llilntlfr d. ( 'II ,
IIml ,
nenod' Court You are re'luired' to appear onOctober AM ; ; '
E.t.blloh..d 1877 fc"'anl Cane Ha 018. dlvurer. ItradtordCoun | (-lei k n" I 1'1.
eeclts 28, 11(48.( In the above I I ,
I'y The School DI., .1 II.'I,HL.IITtov: I William I)
II:. L. Matthews __ u_________ Editor ..ndUit'My Owner . e ANI NOT1CHI TO APPEAR Ord: ..!yI':enextu f,ILII II wl peskth: II issues.N1vItness seal i plaintiff numed Court seeks and divorce cause, Bradford wh..r.ln AllY Clark for Rulldi Pi
HTATI: OF KUJKIIIA to: Mm IIIV hand and urrll'l..1 I'M :. p
was well representedat Jlary Niilhunltl n'",.."a" tavrtl, lit Starke. Flurlda, this September -. _m_ _._- 11S
,.. .. and Entered JIM Second Clam !Mailer Lawtcy whose ii-HlOenco and address In Not -I
Put!1""' \ n I>l l.i>t In Starke last f1irrln 'ton. wVriClAL. J Thomas
the irlebratlon Atlantic Avenue SBAI I3!
Hi the 'oot Office at MarkFlorida.. ._ I New J l<-rsey, Saturday I I E C
Horn 1UHVeHt llnlun Av.inuu. '1', Frank Landrum fltllrke, Fill. I A L
I Mrs L. H JIIII! Is bock In school, Onklyn New Jftrtie/ Atty. for l'lr, 9.21 41 1018o'rIC.

A Conquest For The GeneralThe after an absence of two weeks O.tot-.r You ur 29. requlled I\lH.! In to 111.ap".p.n aboviiunu'd '. .'
I because of lIIne,,". IMI" | Court ami sues, wheretplatntif 10 AMW1OM IT .MVY ('ON- Nylon StriP('. 2t in. wide 10 ft. long
( ..mk" llvirii Pradfnrrt l'I.ItX' : For slips" panties, .girls dresses _
day of days has come and ptonu.\! Once more ; and Mis. J, A. Sasscr and rnunty Telegraph shall publlHh thinOrdir You arc h"ri-by notified to file 1 1.73
In nuxt four weekly Issueswitness | shims against the lit.
the r'opl.( of Starke and Bradford County have shown son Sammie of Klngoley Village mv hand anil oftkiaseal / ,July estate and or Alma SUtrunk, decoased, New Girls' Dresses, 3 to -2' __ .
of their son and I-. 1.
were guests at Mturke, Florida, this Hp- with llonorabl County Judge N3 q
the entire State of Florida that our community, small ilaughter-ln-law, Sir! and Mrs temper 21, 1046OKPICIAL ,, K ferryman on or before eightaunlhs New Jumper Dresses, asst. sizes
of -
( SUAf) A J. ThomasAn I first publication
at it iR, stands second to none in ability, hospitality, If L. Saaaer. and Mr. and Mrs.] Clerk of HRI! Court this notice from, the same being duly 3.85 a
visitor from!'J. E. Warren Tuesday night of, T Frank I.nnclrum, btarho.: VIn. sworn statement. of account, or New Budget Dresses, 46 to 52
know-how, and can-da As one young last week i Ally for I'lf. -27 4t 10-18 .the same will be barroil by utatute 3.85 aNew
Green Cove Springs summed it up: "You folks really I, -1: ; I i This, Sept 26th 1949.Carrie Kxecutrlx.ir Rabbit Hair & Nylon Mixed
W. S. Dresses
Mrs. Rosa Jones, Mrs. iv "'iiin'IT <01 '. of 4UFOan I" Thompson ,
do things up right!" His: compliment might have lacked Cushing, Mrs 'telll Moyer, BIllie till' >.".' rr'Fi.oiin, i < IHAM- 4t lo-ts Sizes 9 to, ,13 -------_: .:-------- 3.85

eloquence, but, it was sincere, and' accurately summed I!,Curbing Norman" Jones and Judy; < Kin.Uaymond. O Holll.luy.Urfendant plaintiff,CHH VH., ''i-"' >cincur!'"'IV. FLORIDA comr. D I'M II.4.ItFORD CHAI :%- New'Cotton' Dresses 9.to 20 tt
Cushing all of Ormond wereguest Evelyn Holllday. I ---- 2.85
thousand ofttvn itors from aU SOS2 "I'H Y. tt6ac
sentiments of Nu.
up the ) s.of Tftra. ,Jones' ulster, Mrs ORDER: OV PUBLICATION Arthur J BoardluanS.8lainttff.vs.Eleanor Boardman., New -'Men's Shorts, heavy material
1 llodenback
of the state.In last ANn NOTICE TO APP13AB F. ,
parts T. J., Terry, Friday. Evelyn Defendant CUB No. 6083. All sizes ..
STATE : ----- -----------------
an affair of' thin magnitude it is impossible toi I Miss Myrtle- Peeler of Galnes- [ Bat a

give adequate credit wherever due, for never haJ' cooperation ,i ville wan the week-end guest of I New _- Rayon Panties for Ladies --- --
Ming Ellthe Collins. ea.
!Iwen so wholehearted and unanimous on the I IN THE> SOUTHEAST New Girls' Panties, 2 to 6 .
Rev. Strickland of Jacksonvillefilled other. -----
and Beer than 35c
Ale any
part of the public. Any attempt to pass out bouquets I the pulpit of the Baptist More people drink Atlantic Men's Dress and Work Shoes aNew

to those most responsible for the marveloup ,success: of church' last Sunday, I It must be... l All sizes _..___________________ Ipr.I
Mr and :Mrs! M. C. McLeod -- 3.85
the day would he sure to omit many 'who are,entitledto 1iJt .
spent Saturday and Sunday In New Ladies Leather Shoes
Suffice it to that --------. I
praise for their efforts say every- Madison visiting Mrs. McLeod'a 1.50 prNick's .

one called upon wag eager to do his or her part. With- parents, Mr and Mrs E. H. Smith. .
out such cooperation an event of this magnitude would Mrs. Lola Mayea of the Lawtey -

not have been possible.! faculty was a business visitor to

Among the many pleasant: memories that, Bradford Gainesville last Monday. Bargain House!
I Mr. and Mrs.: L. H Futch were I
Countiar.s and their guests will carry with them all visiting (friends in Brooker last
lives the least is that of the affable honor
their not i Sunday. I
of the General Jonathan M. Wainwright.
guest d.iy- Mrs. W. W. Coleman and
Instantly winning the hearts of all who met ,him by .daughters of New York were visiting I ATLANTIC CALEA NORTH ON ROAD 13

his complete lack of anything savoring of military pompor Mrs t,Coteman's brother, Mr.
aloofness, GeneralVainwright moved through theday's R. W. MoBley Sunday I D EEiI ,'
that is -- ---.
with the mid
events ease graciousness . . . ,
usually the trademark of the truly great. All.el,C .SSe-Je .+..M Ails.Cb )N S.rsrenwf.,awl..,era.).

Beside this pleasant memory 'will also remain the Theressa

more serious'; memory of his earnest rspeechi t in which' -ale, th ,.
he told audience that "It YOUR voice which Ity Eva Ma Tri.-,,t
a mass is
. . .
must be heard at conference tables. It is YOUR .
I pet sweeter tastier bread! L n
power which must support our world leadership. If we Mr. and Mrs :Muriel! Packham r.

fail, ft 'is! your life and your liberty which will bean 'and baby of Gainesville spent the I

dire peril. Significant was the applause which followed' weekend here with relatives. I j use FLEISCHMANN'SFRESH
the General's repeated endorsement of both phases of Mr.. and 1\lrll. H, P Girton of,

the Administration's proposed defense plan: Unifica I St. Petersburg", ,were visiting their \

tion of the armed forces, and universal military train son, Cleveland Neal and aunt i
Ida Hagan Sunday. ;
Mrs S. .R Swindell 'and sons, v't
Yes, it was a great day-undoubtedly'' the greatest: Willis )and'Walter of CJreen Cove' 4;".. i s

event of its kind in the hiitory'of: Bradford County. Springs were weekend visitors at 1 of fine

General Wainwright might have'lost Batnan, against the home of Mr. and Mrs.: James,
overwhelming odds, but he conquered Bradford County' Swindell. 4 1i
on September 28 with nothing more than a pleasant Wr S. Sibley was In Gainesvilleon &:, YEAST r dry cleanings

smile a warm handclasp, and an' unalloyed t sincerity. business last.Friday.. ;
,' Mr: and :Mrs Levy Forsyth, of :
1 Jacksonville and Mrs. John Jor ,4f ': s

dan ,of Afachua, :were visiting ..... :' '
EARL'S: GARAGEOnolfalf JImmie Swindell'- ''and 'family here "p. 1
Tuesday i,, >" i
J.* J, Zelgler left Sunday for 4, I Vp .t :.; After a thorough, careful dry cleaning
Mile South>> of Starke on ROM IS '
H. Petersburg and Miami ,wherehe .. >., ,11\-+ treatment here, your clothes are ri'turnr
,will visit lends i and relatives ....:/ ", > : 'A J J to 'fresh and sweet rItulliwl nl
All Kinds of Auto + sal r you -
? ..... Work'r fo c.'a while. .0>4 ; ; 0 '
Arc: WORK USED WrekVr ServiceGUARANUED Mr* >...#' ., Kelsay left Monday FULL-STRENGTHIFIeiachmann'sfresh. I 3cfit;,Ye .t',4F't .. fir'{ Smartly perfectly dressed prowed >tj women hang aleck append and on moo nr*

AUTO PARTS DAY OR NIGHT to ,spend In Robe a few$olllld.days: ,*with' :Relatives' working right away! All the strength of the yeast brings t e. skill to protect, their finest fabrics. Don

Miss Irene'C'bclbme'Of"J1raper' .r out'all the flavorful goodness of your bread.,Be surer of -,,J, i la af special technique, so safe- o tun.

was visiting :Mrs Jimmie Swin sweet taste-flight texture---fragrant freshness every,time It's'a real wardrobe-saver.
dell Saturday 'and atao' Attended = 't
YOU BAKE AT HOME insist on \
celebtattotvih :Starker: '
t Mrs.:J-iJdiwy: Grittls: and son Sid IFle bmann'8 full-strength,. fresh active
neYr Jr? of Lake Geneva visited Yeast with the familiar yellow label. De- : PIIONE 135
relative.liere last: weekend.' 'pendable: =America's favorite yeast ROBT.

RBI: Alvarez' &' "Son Truman Dlckhuion"of Creen for over 70'years. i :? a, GREEN 315
; jove Springs spent the weekend T emp It
\ here with his mother, Mrs' J: P. "
"' : Owner
"oJ '
&:1 Dickinson.. 1 k l1ES
: Lpvp u /
: Co. '
Transfer &. Storage . . e

r, ." '. ., .,.
r Phone ,179 New River t

Ily The School

II'"d ,We.operate local and long ,. . .':S ." .

fdlst nce Anywhere: :in SCHOOL PARTY
Mrs. Cleo Andrews and chil-
Stptag the State of Florida.
dren of New River School eur-
% prisod Mrs. Blanche Brown with

Fast, Careful MovingFor a house warming at the school
house Monday afternoon from
2:30: until 3:00: o'clock. After

many nice useful gifts, ,were
Safety Comfort and Economy opened, drinks and home-made
cookies I
r "' were serve }
t .?......COVItTKODS Mr. and :Mrs: Brown moved to

CIORRECTINPOUMATIOtf i fI$ 1 Saturday.. : '

Oh" Friends, -and relatives of Harold
Shiver are glad to hear from him
Plea.o Phone 147
r ...
In Texas after being overseas for i I
several) mooths. lie U getting his O
Rid Florida: Greyhound Lines Inc. BusHes discharge this week and will be ,
home with his wife and baby :

Te. Aft. U\CV CONWAY. Agent! Starkfl Fla., Mr- and Mrs, Alvin Kite and

children ,spent Sunday at Lake

Geneva. I I r 0 1:
MUa Rimes of Lake Butler 6
HOSPITALIZATION spent, the :weekend with Miss I I 1Aec
Margie :&Ioocly.Frlendsand. ,

HELP WHEN YOU NEED IT MOST relatives of'E. A I .
Sapp are (lad'to know that he ,
ROOM AND BOARD FOR 90 DAYS 1s getting along nicely In the

Liberal hospital Extras Surgical Up To $150 Lake City Hospital. Mr. and .1
Mrs Dempsey Sapp anti mother
Medical Care Maternity Coverage On Family
were in Lake City Sunday.Mr. .
Policy l Issuing Ages 3 Months To 80 Years and Mrs. Jay Moody and 1li li
Same Value any hospital in U. S. or Canada children spent Sunday at Gran


You Can Get In A Hospital For NothingBut Miss, Cozette Sap of Jacksonville
spent Sunday at home andLake
It Costs Money To Get Out City. .
Knrtls Lee Kelly entered the
Provident" Life and Accident Insurance: Co. University of FIIrhtat Gaines

One of the Oldest One of the Largest vale Monday morning.

DAN BYRD INSURANCE AGENCY Charlie Cowen from the Uni-
versity spent! the weekend with
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA Miand Mra. 1\[. L. Johns and

Telephone 1601 was accompanied back by his .,
wife They will make their home
----- Mail Coupon Today _____ there! i f

Mr. and Mrs.
Name u_ ___ __ ______:. __ Galnenvllle! spout' Dempsey the weekend Sapp of at

AddT9xa4 _, ____ __ __ ___ his home.e
Mr. and, Mrs 1HI COCA.COLA
T. J. Andrews! COMfANY IT
4ifidllal < ) Family Group ( )
and children of Mo rr la ton spent

., the weekend with, Jolf.,' and Mrs STARKE COCA-COLA




___ 0 __ _. 'on _. _u___ __. __ .. .___
.. 1
fill dinner
was spread at noon. Lee Rimes to Franklin S. Tlnney Mr. and Mra. Patil Stewart of and address In 73-111! 187th Slre6Flushing .

II Those Invited were: Mr. and son of Mra. Lillian R. Tinney also Starke were weekend guests of his U I. Mew York.Vfiii .
cooker are r" Mm. O. W. Barry Mr. and Mm. of Frederick, Md. I|parents Mr. and htt.e. E. T. Stew October SI, 19411. In the above j Can Use More Pulpwood
named Court and cnuae, whereinplaintiff II
Mr. T. W. Markey Colom Dt>es, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Miss Rimes l Is the daughter of art. seeks divorce IliailfortICounty

9v . Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crews l.i. and Mra W. O. Rimes of Mr. and Mrs Earl Gellmann of I .. Telvicrnph shell |>..bU.h thin URITE 'riMiiEic UP:1'T.
e .
I Or o. "owbel'ry; Mr. and Mis. Aay-; Brooker. No date has been set Jacksonville apent last weekend! \ my hand and official.

liD 11 ntNN.n mond Crews and daughter, Mar- tor the wedding. i here with Mr. and Mrs T. W. neal .at Ktarke, Florida, this S..pIb..r t. Container Corp'n. of AmerU-a. Fernandina Fla.UNDERSTANDING .

Krs Grace Barry entertained gie Sue of Jacksonville. II |I I I Markey. I Il (OFFICIAL ID 10411.SEAL: ) A. 3. Thomas, ==
Mian Marie
Edwards was the I t tI AH Clerk of aald Court. *
ilnoi husband. Lloyd
l Kllxson
her Mason of
>* weekend Worthington Lucille O. t'nnnrr. IX C.
ENGAG"lENTNNOUNC'J.U: ; guest of Mrs. Ellis of Ky
niece. Wanda Dues I I I I Springs was visiting Mr. and Mr*. ''T. Frank tandrum. Stark: Flu.Atty. .
and Mrs. Claude Smith Worthington
y of Frederick Springs. for IMf.. B-SO 4t 10-tt
E. J, Lewis .
at her i Sunday morning.Mr.
a birthday dinner I Md., announces the engage- Mrs Reta Brown of High the of management make upa
and Mrs Ovid Lewis and iv' ('IIIf'1 IT (sol'a'r .nt u..olui economy
29. A bountt- ment of her
[ Sept. sister Miss Martha Springs was a dinner guest of ,, whichis
of Service
sunday.< baby of Jacksonville and Mrs. ('OI. "Y'Y, KI.OIIIKtlKilt" 1"1 ('U primary quality our
Jar and Mrs. L. A. Mott Sunday. and needs of
dedicated the affairs
At.rni..wwgom / Carrie Ingram of Starke were Slik Ituy :Mnhuffey. Plaintiff va.Frelda to
I Mr. and Mrs Norman Morgan fcllmw :Mahaffcy, defendant.Cane bereavement. .
visiting Mrs. R. P. Lewis and Mr. .
spent last weekend In \VllIl Ni. 60HO.OKDUK
where I sit ton and Mrs B. T. Stewart Sunday. OF PUBLICATION
..4y Joe Marsh with relatives. ANP1 NOTIl-K: TO OPPWANRTAT..1
: Mr. and Mrs T.V.. Markeyand or FLORIDA tot FrelilaEllaaa 4E I
and Mrs.' Maston
Hayes of I John William Green were Mahaffey, whose residence I
Gainesville were here Friday on and: addreea ia Unloit, Urove, North
buslnesa. shopping In Gainesville Monday. Carolina.You DEWITT C. JNES

Bert 'Childers Mrs. Cassle Larramore of St. I . . October are 14, requlreil 11'4"' In to the appear nhov on .. .f. '. \M1UTL.ANCE. SERVICE
Petersburg Is spending this week named. Court and cause wherein. .fi. '

and the Melon Patch with Mr. and Mis. Luther Sowels.Mr. Pine LevelBy (plaintiff"on:nly Telritr aeeka I'ih divorce shall lHi>Kradford>IIM> this Funeral Director" *

---. and Mrs. Bob Long of Col-!I Order. In next. my: four hand weekly and. Itmuea.Wltnvaa offlelalseal STARKB PHONE T

timbuH Ga., spent a few' days here !\In. II. M. !Mcltee at Starke, Florida, this 81-11.' '
ad in the last week with his Mr. temher. IS. 1946.'u..II.I"L Our/<;/, funeral home er>Jcs us to
parent .
Lrt Naturally it .
Childers put an puzzled some folks I. .' "SEAL' : ) A. J. Thom)as,
other day. Here's what .. .but Bert explains: "It gives mo and Mrs Eugene Long. AM Olrrk of mild Court. offer conveniences; and Mft'ices nor
ion the W N. Howard was the I 1 Rev.. W. E. Hull filled his regular T. Frank Landrmn. Htarke, Via. I otherwise; available.W .
id: a kick to share things when I can guestof appointment at Pine Level Ally for l'It. 9.1$ U 10-4 .
t his mother In I
Alachua .
planted more melons than Ifeat afford to-whether It's the melons, Sunday Church Sunday morning and even lfllin IT i'Ol IIT, RitlDKOItn furnish the highest type neryjc at the lowest price. a 4

Stop by and pick or the lemonade or beer. I guess I ing. rill %'I'1'. I"I.OU."I 1'1 ('IIA1.t'ku1' :
this year. just like to Indulge whims." QUICK RELIEF FROM I : ,. accept ANY life insurance policy In force, isaued. by ANY company
All free. my
tnany 88 you want. Symptoms of Those vlfittlng Mr. and Mrw. fowls ilrirrin. Diilntlff. va as payment in part or in full on A funeral .Consultation

can guess, plenty of folks From where I sit, if we had more Distress Arising frank )Robert Myrlok Sunday were: Mr. Irlffln OIIDKH' ....frmlll"uF'. "IIH"'h'. Pane. A'N'i' MIlIlIOII'1 carries no obligation. .

i their yon kids over and plenty of "self-indulgent" people like Bert STOMACH ULCERSDUE and Mrs. Lavon Alvarez, Miss ANI> NOTK'H Tl> I I.AN'NOUNCEM'ENT- -' "

t came too. Stripped -who believe In share and share EXCESS ACID Martha Sweat end Bishop My- ST\TI5 UI.011 I U.ll): MllllKlanrtrrin. o }' ..
parents whose rrxtilvnre and address -
| melon patch In no time. And alike, live and let lire, this tired Fr.. rick flit! of Orlando and' Mrs.Suslu' IN unknown.You -
jt'i of Luke Geneva n'gnlred to appear on
world would be whole lot betteroff Myrick mire .
went away, Bert treated a Must Help It Will Cost You I In the above name .
they or Nothing (h'tohor l 71 I. HMD.
Mi and Mrs. Lovell and Mr. Cal.
lemonade, and offered Over t..mllllnn boflonoftheWILLARD 1 mlcniiit" and cause, w..11plalnlUt
1 kids to vin War. of Sunny Hrook and fiopka divorce. Itrndftirtl County:!
THE ATM t>::>O'llll\Vob."n; Bcild for rpllufof
1 a glass of Ice-cold Tel.-urnph shall pnlillnh thus. OrderIn 1
Stal'ke.1 .
grownups symptomsofdirrwsarltn.l from ttomaehand Mrs J. W. McRae of .
[ beer. c90etJt W{ Duodenal Ulcer d"Bln(.no.AeM_ float four wocMly teiui<*a.WltnvHa ,
rUing/ font DI...tlon. lour op Uinet Stomach bishop, Myrlck; It attending the in"' haiul stud official nfat .
Oaulnn. H....__ .I..pl.._....t.., Jr. Cotlege> at Orlando, I at Htnrko Kloilila thin September
duo ( ,.. 1s. ItHO.UPKICIAf..
Acid. Molti nn III irlul I '
Auk for: Wlllanl'a I MeaMco" which fullr :Miss Gwenlnlyn< McRaa was ( SEAL. ) A. J. Thomas, : i 'r' For several years
eiyliuiU< this Y'eal munt-.ne- ; Mlc Lou Aa Clerk nt raid' Court ,. ,
vUltlrg Miry Alvareain
r- Coprrgkt.1946, United Staltt Bowen FounJaaon I' liy I.iic-lll C (Conner D. C. .
i V mlorbllt section Sunday. Kadi I,. 1)111.. I lalnvnvlll, I-'In.

._ o' __ .. = ,_ I The fellowship me> tlng at Pine Atty fun 1'lf. ___ 1.10; 4V 10J1OI'KI ," The Lake City apndry: .', ,

Level Church cloned Friday night. .. .) Of K.l.rCTIIIM; V'I, .
I A great time was had by all. To the "sheriff' ..f llrntirnril Comitr.t *. .r' \ *
I.... Mn.e..t 'Imrtdaa. 1'sa
'There wore 14 visiting piouchen. Hu It Known, Th,t to j fA. C.runHxirvtwry : : "tt ., has been'serving Starltd'! of.'
rinppr guests of Mr. and Mrs. .if Stat. of'I Iut . ..
Klnrlilii, ilo lH'1-.liy. o-lv...notify* .Ilinl(1iNKHAr i I" .
If. McRae Rev. # (
M. Moiid.iy were "
:; KLKCT10Nli ; .'. indirectly '
J. RaitliM'Ron' Iud Rev.Vtl- .
I 10 will .. head l In Hrartfnrrt Uonnty, .
II lams: of Jacksonville and Mrs O. nf KlorlUn.. on 'I'ucmlay. t 0x1 .
IR. Alvarez and little son Dunlel 1 utfi-e Ir C Cll 'II I I of Vanderbilt., day .hang A. tho li, IDlii. the ..,1,1 1 o ySl.Ue ,. ?", V/e are now soliciting'your

e I I fifth ".iy '(If Nov..nil fr 'n K .. ,' ,

I Mrs. T. S. WilliamsOn Fur' I'ntttul Iti'iirrHi-ntiillvK smma SunnOr.f'f the S.. rnd. .' :- "' family wash' ',Uuncltoi ) .. _

I ('oimrvftfloniil I LMHtrl< vf. thw inf III" \
I Kliiflan., In the if'vrhtlvlhT 1 l ill .
Road to Recovery ,. i ,
Store Managers Celebrate 'MM' .llf the( I'nll.H'nl"\ ... I )
I 'or'Two Justices ,o* th,,' Hull' >nw l frOln truck. I' '
our own
The liicnl Red' Cross office Irt (' i>f fht Sotto of .VInrlila.For' II iJ directly .
"'. mnil..loinf t era .
I Pnr Twit HiilJriitxl > i ...
S. .
happy to report that Mrs. T. the Stale of ITItulilu., ..
William. I I..* now Improving In Kt.Vimen For onn Mvlillifr nf lli" ITnuacPlcirlilii. of I T. *. ..
or ,... 1iIt..1. nflinr .
!In Hospital and that thereIs kslre.rntnilvpn. ;. V.1 :J 1 a '
Know The .
Ask At Store Our Managers at present no further need for. l-'nr Two County Omitnliiiilonera.niKtrlita ,. I If

blood transfusion 'nr' Two" TwrV M"'l1'hflr.anil Ptmr.i>f Hu'' ('oln/y" : Watch for the blue ahd white truck

For Bargains You LikeDon't During the )net week through Ilimrd of I'ul.lU-). ItiKtrurtluii, 1)1.l ( '
Big .
tricix. One and Three
: the i thoughtfulness of Steve We!I. helmlu ,..
id Wh.rt'o"live!
:TiiitlMliiny .
don Jr.. .threw pint, of blood, HI-I my liniul nnil affixed I Mar >" ,:. ;' on .Tuesday Wednesday .

Color Price Miss Their Sale! pelt of donations made earlierIjy 'I at ..,nt."II..h..o.lh.'I..I.Hen' I jf th" 14trat.t. lhl...Ioel"'. A.... .

him' and five other young men, I first day: of Noptemler. | ,A '1'\ *V1l4lAI. '' .
wcr' transferred to Mrs. Williams' SaiM-wlarV.of J'A. (rHtA at'ota. and ,Saturday of each! week."
List! e1.a !, .) _
account. Tu Hull- A. *>. \Alldrau.. Sherifff .
Lob I.-.Jo.as FwIIb, Yr. R., The following have n5io' Hroul'or.ntV.' It-* 9t 11 i
person I ._ ..- .
h) given bliKxl put have." .not been ,I'"Stuff.d. (*,H.ad.ch.t ;t
: piuvloiinly! "reported: "Bobby Itljfgn, '
3'GreattSale Days I. !"i Lake' City Laundry
fMct'ieI111wsldil, and V. 0: Cooley; ., ,.dull to0 -"" .

1 The"reHponso to these appeulx ; ASCOL1.w : .
: -
have bl'pn'most gratifying and' .... I ,
|Thurs Fri Sat the WMllam l family ,and a'l'; .thbfwInterented .wbwl.l j .:A1U: CITY (
In "diet el,yaw .,L. COil MIPaRATIONMrta
her welfare again In e...,.,,011 W44" TalUTI, UOUIB J JCeuilwti I .

Oct 3-4-5 wish to express thnlr apprnciu- lade only M IU,,,"." ,'. -" - FLUtllA'F .
thin ---:--

} .
It niK-l'IT 'OI'n.. IIHI>|TOHI) t
--' !
rollMTV FLUHIUtl IX tllA.il.1'IOUV. :
I I. : .
Anilrviv Tllonn, Pl lnurt.I... ,
A.."nt. Tlton, Defendant Case I t

'do Your Own ,Decorating No. ORDER 5003. OP. PtTBtlCATlONAND : .1, II
t's so Easy to NOTICB TO AHl'WAIi '
STATE Of KUHIV| to: AsauntaTltons
whose residence and ad-
dress \U ,SJ-1S Slut AvelllH, Klinhumt. -
WALLPAPER l>on" Inland, Yew York t.i1
FITH 71VMZ READY-PASTED You are r"'iulriil '10 appear tn
(k'tnber HI I. latch In the alinvo liamxdri zv
... : nrt anil cause, hereln. plaintiff R
Mfika divorce. Kradfoiil CnnntvTvliicraph '
shall publUh'this. Order
,6'. In. neat four weekly I I.HU.K.Wltnami .
j. rp'' N d my hand .n.I''officialesal't
Ht.rk'"i KJorkla, ttUx." Hc|>. 1
.,. t.tnh.r. 1J'hld. '
eia ,
,. 11 4 4 .'
(OFP'TCiAX.FmAr.) A. J.
ak -\ -. yw .8th M adF 'yens Aa nl..k-.r rald'Qourt.T. r Y
W4 Frank F..indriini, Hlnrke, Pin.tty. p .
';/ s bS'na .\ for Plf. 1-:10: 4t 10-11(
) .. .
) w... 1/ : :Ig .. 1
t 1 i ( 11" riT c/n IIT. Itlt".ono 1/
1:ot'dirt',. PLOHIIItl. !" (IIAX.
.J.i.f''I' Lebol's 4 < *.cur.i'harlmtts. 7
( o. ,;1:; ; 1 ? Itnlirrta. llii"h"y Vrrven.Plulntlff. .
l i '' haU tR Vii Jrfok .'..tt..r. Virevn,
....t/I\\, t/: r>if. .fii1iinl Otxiii No. ft07U
o' : OK .'Ic.IIIIIto: Jaok
I No Pastel! No Tools! No Mtml r"i lj'>rt.r Vrre.Hr whose. r..ld'Hlc. and
k address In unknown.Tuu
ar, reitr.d, to appear onOftolier /"
Proved in Mora Than s ; j_ a' tl, 19 tu i. In lh" shave nnnlml -
Homes .. t 1 Court .Bud Mtun. *.' wherein plaintiff -
1,000,000 b ors
yep sacks dlvorna, IIr".lfv>frt CoumyTelrcraph
khall i.ntillcft, this Order
J Anyone can do Jlf Already pasted In noxt four w.ealy l...ue*.
I Net! In and smooth on-the "'t J f. I Witness. ntv' hand and official aaal
dip water
I at Stark Florldn. title Mi>i>l'''nit>pr This New Tire
1 *all. Dries la 20 minute E .l y, tip (a j'U.I94. ,. 4 gOFFICIAL 5 cC1gel" Body Helps
,, ( .nl"/.) A. J. Thomas. I
o Go i up tad! Start after breakfast I t, I *. C1rK <.' mill rnirrt.lyrLanlilu -

I rooms done before noon. Or atart and .' i /T Fi-nnk I.eMH,C. "' bn m..r.Mark.It C.. 10.'AItY. TIRESS.e

mop> as you please. In spare time.. far PIt, | !'tn 41 lo-ll pI d WEAR PREWAR

o No tearing the houie-you don't iv riitnir ( 01 HT. UsltoFnrlo
up loivri. KI. UIII*! i% e11 ,H-
| ertn have to cover the furniture! a I Ff Ex'ra''Sa'Ixta.rro bl.-Fr.., .Extra-Mileag. Tlr.
.. Us this
I ("h".I. "V.Psfrn"d.. ...Intlrt. v... Itne.I'pff'.rd.

o Guaranteed washable and fadeproofguaranteed 1.07r. / lrt.nit..nt Caaa No sensible driver would delihee.lely'rue'his"eirea. ''Of coarse, supplies of tires are still limited. In spite e/

to tick or your none/ Annsne. nIP r "I\TIUtf! No rock: lik. the one In the picture. But ometime really Increased production, demand .hi even ........
back over a
Just Dip In Walet-and Up "U Goes ..'",\.AoHI''ArP:NOTICE Of KfXHtll'A Tf AI'I'KAK III: Mr*. I It can't be helped...ami that* when you win be glad Thls'ls especially true
IneJljena've'' You save up to S0i encoats. fd. V. Fafford, whose r..ld"n>:* if you have newB.F.Goodeichpa.sengarcsVtifn. OUTWEAR! PREWAR!

dtcotAling S2.19 boxes and cord, th. tire body Ie
Three Built with more nronger TIRES Pfea..Ch<< 0
> tech .qual to 33k ordinary: tolls ,well- ;;: R better engineered and 3'% stronger than in w.rtim.well, In advance. '

I Pper and including 20 it. matching; boo .,-.7 tCARPENTER'SI'RESCIUPTION tire This seals .trength was needed to tarry *b. Wa1lfo our bet leJOtUllnd.161...
i. h wider flatter tread. But In buildingthur itremger body "
< S8.57.
r-do s 101J room for only i bat qy to hold the more durable tread B.'.Goodrich eagitat, rolling until ::..

Yud, our stole today-see the many .... 6 qo fleets built into It ..realet rrwuance to road ihock.. : new tires 10.,'you .
mart, colorful Trims for every y.:;? !r '
.patterns I\----- .. '" Small > .n' and Convenient Term
room In your boma. : .hnrry/. i eTI Can b. bought! on Down
/ I?_ oWN
N. I_ r: ':"IJ. Silvtr-Spork

GIVE YOUR HOME NEW BEAUTY WITH THESE f ? ..d Farm Home .& Auto Battery

N0 y I
TIDes MAOT.FA1TCO CODAS CLOUT PAPLTt-91 l'''. don SJ1J&1tlT ..r;;"

*. wood The t value ..*,
real wise N. I I.
appearaaea and mama el CALL STREET
J I 144 WEST ...\ for thrifty

fI/oI1 READY-PASTED O1IW* -**<* mona... GIld abet, >*r vfaJLL I _.,__;. moioriit.

10 Phi- .. plaid, _Us ......* ..lad.... doors d. I

TIMZ IrUY.outS-Alreael M wt ..\nOd.,.....d! T 0' ,' ... t

., ,lala ....-... Maar ae d.

.won..M. .... mid DoaaM Duck. ? I $ 219 I PHARMACIST .GoodrichRUgBER 1


Tatee iei.iPaver rhone ttl STARIJCOntheMlnit

DARBY BBC i'HERS e>e e ieom tkeA I Service : fd4N l1 ''I'Ia

Flae 1
Ste ,
409 W. Call iI


__ OCl'00ti
__ __ __ ___________ ____ ________ u -- I ----- lnota
long-time personal friend of' IN! l'IItC'tt'r -- '" ,

I SOCIETY and CLUBSMrs. i Wedding Plans General Wainwright Presented Silver TrayAt General Wainwright officers from' (''ER1'''tl''I'. ,. "LOltlur' :I"I

I Are Announced Brilliant Reception Woman's Club the Jacksonville Naval Air Station Vilna Lene.. 1\. I l7
tiff V.. .t.t.I
and others.; UIII '.n.., lr /'Y!,:
lJef..ndltnt. I ..,,,.. rVr4k1,n DOItUEIt i,
Miss Lorraine Hartmann,daughter Climaxing the day's activities Following the hl"u 'Uf.1! lunch- uJo

Flynn HostessAt Miss Moore Feted of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hart- honoiing General Jonathan M. Mitchell, Misses Evelyn and Lillian eon, which included Inked ham I STATio AN) :!;rrlt'E i TjWA': ,
Louise '
Miss Snyder i"j
Lovely Shower During Visit HereMlsa mann of Starke, will become the Wainwright hero of Bataan, was Stump, Mrs. oiiU turkey, a huge cake, decorateu t Uurlln I ):\ ll 10
Matthews Guy
Mrs E. I r."ld..ncs
the brilliant reception given by and
I bride of Donald E. Champion, with the American flag and ,treat it.
Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Miss ''harts' .,.,, 1'
For Miss Hartmann Hazel Moore of Miami and I Yeoman 2-c. USN., son of Mr the Starke Woman's Club Saturday Sale ,'nu inscription, "Remember Pearlharbor" y" ""OIIUlr.d" amt< h 1"
J. Church-
Leo C. Champion of evening in the club building Garnita Hutto Mrs W. I Nevnmbll. t, to'p ,:
Detroit, daughter of Mrs. LouiseMoore : and Mrs. T. ( was presented to General nnn..d t' 1910 I in .
W. R. Morse, """I t
Mrs. George Flynn was hostess of KIngsley Lake was a : Tulsa Okla., !In a ceremony to from eight until ten o'clock. well Mrs Wainwright. As he rose to cut plaintiff q, -k. and "a. tM
borne Mrs. W. H. Hart of ij'd':
H. O ,
at miscellaneous
of last week a n111101
Thursday recent guest of her mother and be performed Sunday afternoon at The large auditorium was a Titus Olson the first slice, the General read Teiearxph' held' arndlnM
IIhow.er'given In honor friends:, 4 o'clock in St. Edward's Catholic veritable flower garden with tall Mrs. P. L. Bridges. aloud the Inscription tand with obvious In 1'1 fo I"vhsll Pijbll'bor: ,
Mrs. Rich-
Hartman whose Mrs. W. L. Blair, weekly
Miss Lorraine Wit
of I
During her, here she rectory. white floor baskets holding for emotion remarked, "Do lip" Ih" And ;
stay en- you seal aMa:
Bertha Pearce and I at
Kldd Mrs ritnrk'
wedding will be an event of this ard ,. <
joyed being entertained at several The young couple will\ be at. mal arrangements of chrysanthemums think we'll ever forget It 7"Assisting t..mb..r n. I91d I Plurld. nu

Sunday. Assisting the hostess In barbecues, fish fries, and tended by Miss Hartmann'i sister- ,' American beauty roses and Miss Della Rosenberg. preparing and serv- AFClerk orbhidCouAIt
friends of the
caring for the (sixty luncheons),given In her honor. It in-law, Mrs. Edward Hartmann, gladioli. The flowers, dyed In the ing the luncheon were Jim Mon- T. Fran Landau' .

KSdd bride-elect Mrs. were Edward',Mrs.Hartmann Richard, was a special' pleasure to have as aa matron of honor Miss Sarah colors of the United States flag, P.-T. A. Begins Year crlef. Joe Walace. W. Nr North, .Atty; for 1'IL n. 81.rk!t'I"1, ,

4,ytaltor-; l': Bob Garrison, for- Dekle as bridesmaid, Edward made a perfect setting for this Hitch lf : i
and Mrs. 9rady. With Membership H. M. Rlcharde, Jim Arthur rou.rrYT eotpT
Tome, Hartmann best and Em- / it'D
'as man formal occasion.
of and
merly Camp Blending Holiday, anti .Jack .Freeman, all I' CIcEy. FLORID". I'
The dining room table was est Phillips and George Flynn, At New High Mark I
guests at J1uclid
much reminiscing of busy war Greeting the the door employes of the' State Farm P. H.mI,
overlaid with a handsome lace Jr., aa ushers.A I a "-",>
days at Camp Standing was enJoyed and presenting them to the re- Caw .I. HH
cloth and 'was centered with an by all. reception will be held In the : ceiving line were Mrs. J.W. KIn-! I. The Starke Parent-Teacher I ORDER No C0i. hor,,
artistic arrangement, of pink Miss Moore has returned to Mi Catholic Center Immediately following i caid. Mrs. Kdvrard vBurnaand : Association\ 1 held Its first meetingof PreebyteriariChurch. ANn IOTII'E PtRWCA"TO .Pi,
gladlolac. tuber 'toaea .and lavender tbe' ,.after! which the school year on WednAfeday, 8TATE OF FLoI\W.
I Demorest. The,.receiv
sml and :per friends- took IMrs. R. BV detta A kI,
many lfam"l.
asters In'a'sllver ,bowl Simi ,tire bride and bridegroom will of Mrs. Sept 25, In the home economics The Rev. A. W. Pierce of Green 103W.. ahD. 144,
home InC line was composed
forward to her at< .
lar arrangements of' these 'blos again soon.Writing. seeing leave for Washington, D. C. where I R. A. Green president of the room. at BHS. Cove Springs will supply the pulpit -. North You Chart are r.qufra4joh stem. Lllxrty" C.,

soms were placed to advantage Mr. Champion will receive his Woman's Club, General Wainwright After a short business session, of the First, Presbyterian for November 4ih |mum
throughout the rooms of the home discharge. They will\ then go to I Mayor and Mrs.,, C. A. Mrs Junlus M. Smith, several Sundays, starting Oct. 6.' plaintiff named Court seek.ami'tau.".".
presidenI '
forming the decorations for the Classes Denver, Colo., to make their Darby, a. G. Denmark? post commander introduced the speakers I Dr. F. J. Bryson, who has been. County Tel"araph divore. 8t
*" IhaU Pub
occasion. At one end of the din- Sponsored by ClubA home. of the American Legion, day Mrs. W. R. Morse and Miss supply pastor for the past several' Order Witness In neat four veeklp I'
Jng table was the punch and N. D, Wainwright Anna Wala.: Mrs. Morse who has months, left: this; week for Ever sealer Starkp, hand i9urld and
bowl presided over by Mrs. Glen Saxon-Green ".. ,, II
series of classes In creative had wide experience ins P.-T. .A. glades. 1946.
In brief Introduction, Mr.
Wood and Miss Gray. At a A FClark;
Dorothy writing, and a survey of English work, gave an interesting talk on I I ofnssldCuuttl':; 1:
the other end of the table were Miss Lucille Dorothy Green and Wainwright, Jr.,, presented Mr. Stapling nuMtblnesy; ; ; Scotch tape, By LucUle C

sandwiches, nuts and Individual and American literature, will be William Alvah Saxon Jr., both Denmark, who in turn;. In an appropriate the Ideals of the organization. paper punches, all types) account John .J, Ifehde..on.t'unnar, Ev:", D e.
sponsored by the Woman's Club I buss Walz, county field nurse, re tine Fla
In prese'nted
cakes. of Hampton, were married a speech, feookhother ring binders, and many Atty. for rif.
during the latter three weeks of Wainwright with"a hand ported on the summer round-tt p 11.11IlIi \
quiet ring ceremony performed
I at the Bradford
Miss Betty Ann Flynn furnishepiano d I Items
during October. The informal discussion by the Rev. Herbert Etheredge :some silver tray, a gift of the of school children. This programsponsored Telegraph.IN .. "IRCt''r t' i1tT. I"u
music the afternoon "OIiNTY.
periods, conducted by William M. In King stand, Ga.. on Sept. 27 I,I American Legion. Following this by the P.-T A., WILl, CERY' FI.OIIID" I' I
and 'Garnita Hutto
Miss flections. saneseveral Duncan, will be held in tbe Club Mrs. Saxon Is the daughter of presentation the General In a highly successful in presenting a CIRCI'IT COURT. BRAnFOHDCOUNTir. Jewel Irene Jlmlnt PIar, ,,

vocal each Friday afternoon, at 3:30p. : comprehensive picture of the FLOHIU&I CHAN-. Augustine Valenlble, OIml'
H. C. Green of Hampton and Mr. most charming and sincere manner fenda nt. Caw No

Miss Hartman received several m. Saxon Is the son of Mra W. A. !,' 'thanked the. Legion "members lchool.child', medical needs. Hubert rER Plaintiff.. ORDER OFtine PIIIIJCAI'5U5 !

pieces of crystal in her selected The first class be The Starke P.-T. A. Is Hettlft Leefiesbee Defendant. ANDNOT'P; TO APPE
will. held Saxon, also of Hampton.' They < startingthe fiT A TJoJ OF'
'her In Cum* NY BOH* to
pattern from hosteimep :
/ October 11th. will make their home In Tampa.Air I Mrs O. L. Beasley. and Mrs. new school year with a great ORDER OP PUBLICATION dreex Valentine Ormint' s!In
honor, of the occasion. The other 18
I NOTICfil! TO APPEAR waylyn xeulh
deal of AND Ca'
having a total I I
L. D. invited the You
gifts from her many friends were Vicing guests I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Httle are required to "
enrollment of 108 parents as the .. .. residence and November 61h, 194, i In I
into the sun parlor where the Lee RlK t> i!, whose Ibt
displayed In the, living room on .. 1207 Liberty Street. Dur named Court and CMM .
refreshment table result of a recent membership" i a card tables which large was coy SMks .
were covered ham, N. C. ,
with beautiful ,lace cloths. tied with an exquisite Italian cutwork drive. All parents of children at' i ... ...' required to appear on Order County In Telegraph ,h.linv"',
cloth with lace Venice inseta. tending BHS from any part of 1 Noyember 4, 194S, In the above .nut._ four wnklr' B"Wltn
The bride-elect chose for the named Court and cauae. wherein my hand and
i Tile ,central arrangementwas the county are urged to join and.plaintiff .e.k divorce. Bradford SaUatt"tor I *"- FlwliH, a
party a blue dressmaker suit worn an Invitation is also extended to County Telegraph shall publish -tha( October, 1968.oOFFICIALSEAL.
a miniature tree made entirely (
........ )
with matching' accessories.'' Her Order In neat tour weekly
.... I '. of red, white and blue anyone else in the community,'I Wtnr| mx t">n corsage was of \dainty yellow "r. the who Is Interested in the welfare at Stark, Florida, this Oc By Lucille c, c nn.r, D i
chrysanthemums. Balancing John
chrysanthemums. '' And now for the $64 question: Station, and thanks to this I of the children. lobar t. 19U. tine.. Fin.Atty. 1. Handarnon. Em 8t
How will I to modern of air centerpiece were tall burning OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,, >
: ever come down age transport, he for J lf. |10.1 11
white tapers in sliver candlesticks t As Clerk of, said Court.
Miss Sadie Prince earth long,enough to' write a column was speaking at the Legion Convention Charles R. liana. 204-05 Realty '
Silver coffee services were placedat WSCS To Meet Bids. JarkNonvllle Florida. .
aftert that wonderful, but in San Francisco Tuesday ;
Weds Albert F. Yates each end of the table and sliver j Atty. for Pit. 10-4 4t 10-25
somewhat strenuous weekend? .
I Books could be written on the trays holding open faced sand Members of Circle No.1, the Iff CIRCI'IT COURT. BRADFORD

Miss '8dl ,/! Utilise Prince, happenings of that grand day so Celebration wlches and beautifully decorated WSCS, will meet at 3:30 p. m.1 I I COf CI'JRV.' NTY, FLORID IN! CHAN HavingA
daughter"dt Mrt arid Mf A B. C. what can I hope to crowd Into Sldellghtai individual cakes and silver, com Monday, October 7 at the homeof A. I.ombardo, Jr.. Plain
Prince of Tallahassee, formerlyof Lawson, thrown from his potes with decorated mints com Mrs. Joe Martinez, on Laura mrh.1 ;'p A. l.oml>arda, De.fondant. Wedding Soot
one brief- olumn' ;.,. I'm a game horse during the races and knocked Cafe !No. 5t08.
the State Farm, was married pleted the table arrangements.Mrs. Street. Mrs. A. W. Anderson is OF PUBLICATION
but I know when
gal, guys, out i
Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock In by a nasty bump on the A. Davis and Mrs. W. B. chairman. Mrs. Martinez dj.:);I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
l licked! As time eventually L.
Head .
) Riding In the Red Cross Mrs. A. W. STATE OF KI the First Presbyterian Church, fades the brilliant colors of tIuJ float\ : Freddie Wimberly, Sewell presided at. the silver ser Redgrave will serve Ass A. Lombardo, whona resi
Tallahassee, 'to Albert F. Yatesof representing vice during the receivinghours.. as hostesses. a and addrenn. la 1113 65thStreet
bunting dims the music of Water
Safety & Life Saving Brooklyn, New York
that city.Immediately. the bands and the roar of planes L ? Mabel Stringfellow. Music was furnished during the Circle No* 2 will meet at the You are required to appear on Have the Picture

after the ceremony I am sure that one win repre- evening same time at the :Methodist November 4. .tU. In the ..bnvenam..d
memory renting Canteen and Mrs. Harry by Henry CornellY'1stringed Court Mid, cause, wherein
Mr. and Mrs, :Prince were hosts always remain as vivid'In the) Mooty, driver, representing Motor ensemble of Jacksonville. Church, Walnut and Jeffersonstreets. plaintiff peeks divorce and care, Made by

at a reception held In the Tallahassee years to'come as It was last Saturday Corps Joan Carpenter, Lillian Among"'those assisting in entertaining Mrs. '''A. Z. Adkin i ls. euHtody Hradford'and County control Telegraph of minor child nhaU.

country,club.' -and that memory will be Stump in her Army Nurse uniform throughout the reception chairman. '' publish'' thla Order In next tauweekly T. H. Osborne

The new Mrs. Tales has many of the human just-one-cf-the-boys and Evelyn' Stump In her were:' :Mrs. S. L. Peek, Mrs.C. Wltnenn Issues my ,r-hand, and, official

friend. In Starke, having attended no-fuss-and-feather p r onallty WAVE uniform looked roost attractive A. Knight Mrs. K. Or.Duncan, Edwards Succeeds, eat at Htarks,' Florida, till*' October WRITE BOX 43

school here 'and later holding of the man who .was the honor atop the ;Legion float Mrlt. A, W.-Anderson, Mm. W. B. Bridges As"Street OFFIOIAL X. 19U BEAT3). "'A, 'Thomas OR CALL AT

a position at Camp Blandlng.: In guest of the day +-General Wain i ;i; Lillian had"a bad fall In front Mundy :Mrs. Junlus 'M:, Smith ,. Aa Clerk of said Court. 1100\EK BROS. Sim

recent months she has been a sowright ; Committee Wy Lucille C. Conner D. C.
p of ;landing .Center while { $ie d. ;
director,, trying I Mrsj'U H.JenaiitgtrwMiia..jPaulCaaava \\'j'I!;*,u, Wm. D. Morgan gtl Floor Clark
gram at radio station' ta climb aboard '. d i. Try as < It. 'Mrs. C. H. ,Naa,worthy, P-ldg.. Jacksonville Fla. ,

WTAL In Tallahassee Already the little sidelights of might,. tbe rain failed to spoil Mrs. J. L.. Anderson. Miss Janet Routine business of the.911tgo-1 Atty.i : for Pita ( t t10.it 10-t 6

Mi. Yates Is a grandson et his visit here sea becoming legendary the beauty of Myrtle, Thomas who Anderson Mrs. A,.11.' Johns,..Mis* ing City Council ,was completed ...

:Mrs. A. H.,, Freeman of Tallahassee and Starke can feel Itself reigned as queen over the brilliant Madge, Whigham Mills Lucille In the regular' session Tuesday, '

and tbe late Dr. Freeman, complimented by the fact that Coca Cola floatAdd musical and members of the body for the OURT t:

former residents of Starke. after h I la early morning swim highlights of the day:.MacGregor Circles ensuing year followed with a

Sunday, the General describedKingsley Smith, president of the Florida Baptist period devoted to organization

Woman's Club to Hear as "the finest water I Power & Light Co.,. amusing a Met Tuesday and appointments.L. MEAT i CUR IN (

ever swam In" The thorough group of dignitaries in the usa A. Canova. Jr., was renamed

Dr. Albert Kissling' ness with which the army systemof building with some hot.harmonica Circle Two of the Baptist WMU chairman of the group W. M,

routine and promptness Is Ingrained playing '. Seems he carries one, met at the church Tuesday after Edwards was made chairman of RoaM

Mrs R. F. Demorest, chairmanof In him was shown when with him wherever he goes -, ,v noon. Mrs. A. J, Thomas presented the street committee, succeeding .?

Education of the Woman'sClub after, the Saturday luncheon the the devotional taken front Paul Bridge A bond trustee

has announced that Dr. Albert ) General retired for a 30mlnutenap D&IIlIn" start-passing Romans 1:16.: In the absence of vacancy, 'created with the expiration 'OPEN OCT. Your Mea
X out orchids 15 To Cure
Riverside Klssllngr! ,*( the*Jacksonville It had been planned for for success of the day 'cause the circle leader Mrs. Wesley of the term of P. M.. Barefoot ,

Church Pf'' '> a b yterlan him to take a speed boat ride I'm bound to omit someone who Andrews and the co-leader, Mrs was filled with the appointment -

at the, will be the. guest speaker.. around the lake, and some of the deserves a lot of credit, but must J. B. Alexander,''Mrs., H. L. Hough of Edwin Torode. ,
regular meeting of theWoman's worried for acted leader -tl'm. Chief A: L. (Lonzie
party were fear he pause to say that Gertrude Beas aa pr ) Alvarezwas

Club on Wednesday, would nap too long "Shouldwe ley did Mrsv E W returned to full duty as head
Oct. 9th. Dr. Kissling who has .a grand job as ,eneratmanager" l Hayes was appointed COLD STORAGE LOCKERS
wake" Thlmup: ?" they asked of the police force, terminating
recently returned from a tour' of of the reception, as! lIecretarytreaaurerfMrs.; L. an
the "Don't worry. He'ltwake up well as numerous other duties D. Halnes, program chairman, Inactive status required this summer -

"World EuropeanBtatsa Affairs". will speak n at the end of 30 minutes Major In fact, she ''was no 'weary from Mrs. A. A, Durden, mission study as result of illness. Patrolmen

Kirk his aide replied Sure work ;' chairman Mrs:' Ebb'Thornton, M. M. Morgan
Mrs. J. M. Mitchell t. by Saturday'' night she ; W. R. Morse, RENTNow
Membership has chairmanof enough, after half an hour of couldn't even make the reception community mission chairman; Charles T, Wade and R. V. FOR .

announcedthat napping the General woke upright .Then Mrs. A. J. Alvarez were re-appointed.
"Quest (well, here I go, paasln Thomas ateward.hlpcha.lrmani
Day" will be ,
this meeting and is asking observedat that on the dot i He and thn 'em out In spite of my good resolution : ; Mrs. Carrie Ingram, Representative N. D. Wain- FROM $2 TO $4 PER MONTH

each member Governor thoroughly enjoyed their: ) there was Mra. R. A. training school chairman; Mrs.: Wright, Jr., appearing as spokesman -

visitor. bring,, at 'least one. ride, twice around the lake. In a Weeks who efficiently supervised Frazier Shaw and Mrs E. Len 'for General Jonathan M.

The business speed boat piloted by Billy Ed the barbecue serving committee; non, flower chairmen; Mrs. Char Wainwright conveyed to the I
meeting will be wards and Lonnie Harley Jr. lie Council the gratitude which
thlldren's the
Gladys Powell home
Canova. who chair
presided over by the
Mrs. R. A. Green b- cole slaw all (day and Incidentally man.The I( for the officer wished .expressed STARKE ICE Co

Hostesses for the afternoon will Barbara Breaxealis who so tae chairman of Woman's community mission's project him welcome given
kindly offered the use of her! Club housekeeping) had for Saturday's Homecom
be: Mrs. George Flynn. Mrs. C the the month of October l la is' _

A. Futch, Mrs. K. O. Duncan Mr*. lovely lake home fps the General 1 building epic and span for the big pair of shoes for. some needy .Ing celebration. The General was
and his ,- I quoted as having,
U S, Hutto, 'Mrs. Lemuel Colson party further demon event Thelma Jennings 'once child.' < 'Tw i. J;:' said that 'his
strated her qualities of again showed stay here was the,, most
Mrs. E. L. Biggs. Mrs. Ralph Alvsres being a her! artistic abilities Circle Three enjoy
and Mrs. J. P. perfect hostess by staying home as chairman of the club decorating able of any visit made to a community -
Roberts. '
from, the reception In order to committee! and Jeanette Circle Three held Its first meet- or city 'since his return

press the rain-soaked blouses of Kincaid in charge _ot the tea Ing of the new year Tuesday In from overseas.

Stump Home Is Scene General Wainwright and Major table, spent all afternoon fab the home of Mrs. S. 'E. Sparks, F. Slroflg

Of Lovely At Home Kirk She was amply repaid ricating. another of her famous circle leader I Gill Sells Interest Is,, Harley

however, when the
Sunday Afternoon leaving expressed his deep appreciation "tree" centerpieces Luc111Green swine, added to the charm of the In Auto Fountain

of her hospitality and helped from start to fllliahIrs. ,, room where fifteen members A

Misses Evelyn and Lillian Stump presented her with a large autographed !\ L. A. Davis and her coworkers '-, were se ted. I Auto remaining half-Interest in the

were hostesses Sunday afternoon picture of himself! I The Fountain, Madison and Wal
gave forth with Stark program was in charge of nut streets fcztictter'! ,
at their was transferred ;
home on N. Walnut After the reception Saturday hospitality, greeting guests during Mrs Sparks. Mrs. L. G. Hemin ,. from Wednesday -

Street when they held open house night the General hurried back to the day at the USO Virginia way led the devotional,and Mrs. Brown. It W. T. Gill to H. C.

honoring their brother-in-law and the lake for a congenial gettogether Smith put in long hours i W. J. Epperson. Sr. offered was stated that there 8,1' ,
sister. Mr. and Mrs. Wm' H. with several of his oM during and before the event, aa j er. :Those taking part on pray.the be no change In the firm's ...AI'
policy and
Thomson of Lloyd. Artistic arrangement friends, who had gathered In fromvaried chairman of the type of service.
Invitation committee program were: Mrs. M.,F,; Hazer, In
.* of gladioli, carnations, points to meet him here Mona\ Canova. as Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. and Mr.. Gill said making he the announcement 157.20

roses andmarlgolda were placed Personable Major Tlsdale. chairman of the reception refreshment I- Sparks. wished to express his ,1
at vantage points throughout the (whose wife'' Ia gratitude for the business
a Palmolive soap committee, saw that there The business session given
lower floor of the Stump home. heiress) possesses among other were beaucoup attractive and de- was -presided him during his partnership In the
over the
Mrs.\ Fred Guy greeted guestsat attractions, the art of harmonica llcloua sandwiches on hand which time the circle leaderat service station WHY ?

the door and ,presented themto playing and obliged the Informal And Grace Osborne made betself fleers following o f. Gill stated he had no+immedi
were elected for
the two honor guests and the gathering with several selection" generally useful the coming ate plans, but will remain in IJIGI'
handling long Mr. an.1 l pa1
hostesses. Mrs. Ray Newsome, treas.urer Starke: Do you drive those SO to 50 mib'a
Edward Burns at the
request of the General who distance telephone calls for the Iked1'r
and Mrs.: B. ; E. Futch, secretary; chop for your Jewelry, needs when! you ,,
George directedthe
Flynn stayed up until 2 a. m. *o pleasant various notables all day at the Mrs. Maude Brownlee .I.""" prt

guests to the dining room, was the company USO and carrying on numerous R. B. Alvarez, flower chairmen and Mrs.; General, Governor ,, good selection right here in Starke at on'r' gY
where they were served refresh other ; 1' It has been said If make a .
jobs Martha Wood deserves bins D. B. Law,stewardship M Are Honored : you nll"ukej take t
; rs. "
ments from a beautifully appointed The early Sunday morning swim much of the credit for the B. T. Thomas, mission your fault. If you make the acme

table.A I whetted the General's appetite and 'Iuece stuJ street dance that closed ; Mrs. D. L.community Silcox.. literature At Luncheon 'Event 1 IT IS YOUR FAULTI "

handsome Italian cutwork he ate a breakfast. Including the day's festivities I JEREUIIY -
hearty r ; Mrs M. F. Haxen.,> mission II SHOP IN STARKE'S FINEST
linen cloth overlaid the table Long tables
I. set !
honey dew melon Canadian > P8ct wMq
study; Mrs H. L. Brownlecut
while an arrangement of fruit, bacon, scrambled eggs, fried apples There now, I know I've left program chairman; Sire H. I b.. under the mom-draped oaks at

formed flanked the by central white burning embellishment tapers ,orange, marmalade. toast you. you and you-and you worked Starling and Mra. 10(. F. Hazer' for KIngsley a Lake, formed the setting 4 Harley F. StrongCamp
and coffee prepared and served by just as hard u anyone else house committee. luncheon given
Assisting the hostesses In the tho colored husbandandwlfeteam .But by 1. F. Chapman !
after all. there's superintendent JewrlerPGE le
only The Blandlng 31are8tn
I offering was 1365. Mr of Jti
dining room were Mrs. Glenn s i the State
Wood and Miss Lucile Mitchell. Meta an' Harry At 11 time to hit the high spots and Maude Brownlee closed the meetIng Prison. In honor of 1S1 W, CaD St.I .
o'clock General Watnwrlght and accuracy must be tossed to twinds be with pon'ttM Jonathan M. Wainwright

About 100 guests were invitedto party left the lake and went to EVERYBODY deserves The prayer. Saturday. Among the thirty
the afternoon with Mr.sn hostess served refrshments other
the Orange Park estate of .loajora.nd credit- that's what guests were Governor
made !it the of Mil-
punch, sandwiches
Mrs.,Tiadell for luncheon huge success it was ,. The Congressman Emory
Shim next meeting will be at the PrIce fr I '
p. At 1 m. his plan left the Naval Secretary of State (
Carol) 'n. home R. A.
]; of lira D. I.. Silcox. Gray, Col. e
C. R. Mayo, of Sar -

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of LOCAL NEWS DeWltt C. Jones has Just .returned SPECIAL! Guaranteed pernukn- over the country have noticed it. Goes Oml \Jf.. flail n.ln lff.*".. Daniel
ITS to Germany Winston Ball Daf.nd..t.1.- *.
trl\mr Chicago where (h 8 f'n'Vave., 93 at Leila's Brauty It seems to be a holdover from 1101'.

attended the annual meeting of Salon. the war years when it waa Impossible Pfd William Coleman Phillips, ; nnlWJ1t OF PIIHLiCATON
Carter of I the National Selected Morticians to replace tires and some son of Mr. and Mrs O. J. Phillips i STATS OF 'FIJRIiI tl>: JOaat.i
:M. D. I Mrs. Rewle Colaon Mr. and :Mrs L. S. Hutto had
Mrs. and children Inc. Hull when. rr.ldno M
nd held In the Edgewater Beach I (drivers mistakenly thought they Winston
today to make their spent yesterday in Brooker as as their guests over the weekend o f Law tey, i unknown.
left Hotel. Besides technical and | were being a little kinder to their
VnU required) tn asecier u.
Lake Worth. guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Col- scientific aspect of funeral.....-I Miss Mary Aluobrook of Oxford|I tires by giving them a little extra sailed recently p41] Hi>pii>tnb-r are Ix. 184H. In the ..>..>v.
son. Fla., and Mr and Mrs. M. C. for of Occupation named Court and .ui...., whr.>
Flynn, Jr., spent Saturjacksonvllle view', the meeting also stressed Wells of Jacksonville. Mra. J. |I pressure. It.s hoped that this Army I plaintiff N.eka IV e and while Mr. and Mrs. W. J. public relations psychology of I 'epidemic' will be over before we duty In County TeIe.rph l *t>Mll f'U ibis
Epperson. W. Radford and Mrs C. I.., Miller Order In next four w -.klr tMiura.WUn .
In the wed- Jr. funeral: service, etc. are fully embarked upon the new He Is
usher as recent guests Mrs. Germany ... inv hand and official seal
Bn who
have also been of '
as Epperson's guests era of higher speed that will come I at Mtark. Florida, thi. Au.u..l :JStoV .
a friend uncle and aunt, Mr. Mrs. J. D. Doyle returned Sunday the Hut ton, left Monday for with the Army .
and Mrs. R. N. White with Improved postwar autos. MAL) A. J. Rbewa.' .
and eons,'Tom of Plant I I from Columbia S. C.. after a Savannah, Ga. I' Air Forces and Kit I A I f
T, Long tires at recommended Aa Clerk of auld CwnrfStach
City. Mr. and Mr Keeping
White .
were : ..
the weekend InL week's visit with her sinter and has been undergoing II. Dnnglae WawMVlllAt 11'-
spent en route to Denver Colo.' i Mra. B. F. Flowers of Ocala pressure Involves knowing what y, for Plf. I-t: tt 1"-1
brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs J. F. traininga
Mrs Lung'sMrs ,
Ga.. with has returned to her home after pressure the manufacturer recommends -I ? kr -

W. T. Jackson. Mr. and Mra. J. W. Gill of Nor I II Robb. spending the weekend here with for your tires" and checking Greensboro IN 4'IR 't't'I' roi'wr.corvTY PNAOFA'
Va. N. C. Hb new FI">HIU_I IK rtt'
Margaret Durshmw ofwan' are guests of Mrs. Gill's Billy Col on, son of Dr. and hr son-in-law and daughter Mr. tires frequently and regularly to I address lit' Sqdn.Al. 4.,is V.

guest .at the son-in-law and) daughter Mr and Mrs. Lemuel Colaon, has resumed and Mrs. Paul Canova. I be sure they have the right amount APO 37188- 'I..ryV.. n,.r"*>.... Plaintiff, e
a Defesbss,.
die Mrs W. H. rathrlna r. Bur** a
brother. F.- L., Dur- Graham Mr. GUI his studies at .Emory University." of air. Mr.' Andrews said A, care Post Ca. No 1591.AND1IENATF. ,
her and Mr. Graham spent the first Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Morrow! adding that any B. F. Goodrich "__""' 1ArA'TI

during the home- lng of the week wishing In the "Back. Mra. N D. Wainwright return and daughter Carolyn: of Holly, store attendant will look up the alas t. r. New ::tI 'ta AWHA-ri. vT
,, O..UWtftJA.6:0"
Y. ,
JOB.j. water" near Duvnelton. I ed home Monday afternoon from Hill andrMrs.,. ,T. E., Stone of I preiisur recommendations for: York. N. .life F.'Nura'eee.*TH< Whole >* !. ,_

[ p. Shepherd and ,Airs.llonea the Alachua County Hospital In I Archer were ,weekend guests ot driven on request .1 e-mcviT ''01'.'''. .R.torORD lees, 31111 Av.n..,
spent Tuesday la Mary Sue Epperson will have' Gainesville, somewhat improved in ,:Sii\ ,and Mra.' E. M. Davis. I l'OI'I'Y, PI.OHIOI 1\ CHV ,- Maryla..a.fan, sr.-eequhelt Tn anise.-.r

Lille! visiting their brother as her guest this week-end, little health but still confined to her I WllllnmVillkln.t'IGHV. Plaintiff, ".. A."..., September' -a. f"4'. In tie ...-
Mattilane Perdue of Jacksonville Mrs R. A. Thomas had as, Laws Banning Dogs No 601*. named Cnurt and cause, wh"r.n
t reepectively Wm" Jones- bed. Culkin lh.fend.nt. Can plaintiff iMt._ Wl.ir.... Wr...1f....
the celebration Mr
In' St. Vincent'srerrivcd Mrs! P. M. l ( guests during Running at Large AND'\rr.1C PUBLICATION TO APPBARHTAI'K : County Telegraph shalt ...blt... taxi
[a patient Barefoot Mrs Alvin SPECIAL Guaranteed i and Mrs. C. C. Hlggenbotham ot Order In nest four weekly lt>m" permanent OP FLORIDA to: Agnes
I. McKinney and Mrs. Lloyd Green :, wave *3 at Leila's Beauty' Ocala Mrs. Clara Cornelius eWaycros. To' Be Enforced (""Ik In. whose residence l and ad- .<.. 'my. Hatid and ntflerarseal Att ..tOPPKIAt
nt Rlurk .Florida
and children la 77 !Sneses. Htr..t. $5. 111- *
cloth spent yesterday afternoon .. Ga., Mrs. R. L. Thomas dress
: stream wire Salon. I I Kn lan-l. Il. 1511.
In Jacksonville. I of Local citizens forthwith en'e, !!lEA'A.\ J. Tnei e.
I and children Doane and Gail, may Vim required to appear on (
cut Bradford IIwland ar* ....., ,
|'4.| ft, I Mr. and !Mrs. B. A. Winkler had WJldwood. and ,Mrs. Alice Lang expect rigid enforcement of the Hi>l..ml>*r t1. 194(1.( In the above A. Clerk H. In..c nf ,**.Courtfish 'Qalaaavllla\ W\..
Friends of wherein
Jesse Alexander will as their weekend Mrs. ordinance to named Court ant rattle I-U 4' 5' ...
be guests ford of Lake Butler. City forbidding dogs plaintiff ..eka rtlvorr Bradford Atty. for PU.
Mrs. OI'le''Wiggins glad to learn that he is slight. Winkler' sister and husband, i run at large on the streets May.or Iouaty Telegraph .hall tmblUhthl. -

esterday In Jacksonville ly Improved. Mr. Alexander was Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoppenstedt I Among the thousands of visitorsIn C. A. Darby anounced Wednes I..Order: In neat four weekly I.Wllnma ispuss. IN rmrviT. 'reowioAi rottitr.rAiPvTv. RRthFawat in usaa-

taken to Riverside Hospital In and son Carl and ,Mr. and Mrs. town for the celebration Saturday day. Reports that several! children niv hand and official seal 'ICRY. .
Jacksonville last week. His : State's Attorney and at Mtitrk, Florida, title Ausu.t II, Paul W? Lows, Plaintiff v.. .-.
land Mrs Titus Olson had mother Mrs. One demons of St. Petersburg: have been bitten were received 11I4t1 core K. '......*. >>.fnn guests Sunday Mr. and J. B. Alexander returned -! Mrs Ted Duncan and family recently by the police department (OFFICIAL HKAI.l A. J. Thomas,

er Yoemans and son, to her home' here yesterday "Kitty's Place" will be closed' Gainesville; Mrs. Nell Alford and the danger of rabies A. Clerk of maid Court.T. .IIURTHCR -OF 'PI'"t.rr."TION
G. Stxrka, Fla.Atty APPEAR
Frank littlrum, NOTICE Tit
I of Jacksonville. after being with'hlm during for the next two weeks while Democratic C o m m Itteewoman. has made literal application of the for VU, a.u 4t ,..uI. STATE ANI OK FLORIDA In: ttr..-

his serious illness I Mrs K. E. (Kitty) Andrews visits Jacksonville; Mrs.' S. P. Vamllvlere law mandatory, the Mayor said ____ nor K. Lowe. 'whose>raBlilj.*. <.
INCUT ('GI'RT. IIR.turOHn latl. 47th Ntr..t .i'nniitnn, N. 18
i Shepherd and Mr.ji I friend and relatives in Glass- of
James and lion Pitner Bay; I:* I'HAMiioHir. -
Mr. and Mrs. Ed ; The ordinance. Section 99 under ..tn t'rY. FI.OHIUAI You are required U.'espeae w
Struett andgrandson '
J. E. Powell and young boro. N. J.. and Plttsburg.; !>a. : (nee' Dt.'*114 Mrs. H. 8. McLen- the heading "Sanitation" Is'' ?___________ .vptamhvr t. t...,'...'H>. akv*-
of Jacksonville were William Gensbiger, of She left by plane Thursday don'and Orlando .rt Court and oaua wherein .-
|E., Jr. daughter. Jeannette
Brackenrldge. Pa., were recent I quoted as follows. : "It shall be: tiff aki UIVOTCO. PraAlunl C.w.Telegraph .
d 1 guests of Mr. and Mrs. ; Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Mc- FLORIDALIVRATONE l shall puhLsh litla 00.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Miss Lucy Bellot of St. Angua- unlawful for any dog of any kind I In nett four w .Nrv Uauna..
night. Barefoot.Mr. tine spent the weekend here with Gill Lake' Butler; Mrs. Hlldabelle to run at large within the City \ Illt I'IOP Wit..... my.hanrt sad dttt laJ ..

j Bence Jacksonville; limits of the City of Starke or at Mtark. Klerlda .Ibis Auxw
Griffin Ernest and
pad Mrs. T. J. 'spent Mr. and Mrs. Phillips LAXATIVEVBAY
in Jacksonville with theiraw and Mrs. E. J. Dowling are friends I' Mr. and Mrs Gary Bnnls and to be upon the streets of the Cityat IlAtisrlesP (lots.orFreii. !SEAL! )' A..1. Tbulrq
friends I Gary Morgan Tamps; Mrs. Clerk f .aldnM..
visiting in Pompano this son time except as follows A a "
and daughter. Dr.-and any CW VW .... I Hew' Ivy Uiclllo Oonp.r. t> fl .
week. I The George Schencks of Waldo' Jack Williams; Gainesville: Mrs
C. Mendoza. j' were enJoying' "..ur party" last J. E. Thomas Crescent City; Mr.| Unless! said dog I" In ,an automobile : -.w.JUI.......... J.Atty.1'1. Durran.'e for I'll., Jseh.en.ills'W.'1"a '., '...

Little Margaret Rose Duncan and Mrs. Wm. H.' Thomson Lloyd; buggy wagon or other,
( and Mrs. I.,, P. Shepherd Saturday.Mr 1| -
their guest Mrs.i Shep- spent the weekend In Gainesville 'Maj. and Mrs. H. C. Wall. St. conveyance, or Unless said dog Is

alder 8 Mrs. W. Lv. 'Jones of with her cousin. Sue Duncan. She and Mrs. J. D. Griffin and Augustine; MaJ. O. W. Griffin St. muzzled and Is accompanied by,

Ga. was accompanied home by her J, J. Zelgler of Theressa were the Augustine;; Mr and Mrs. Al Kay its master or some member of the

mother weekend of Mr. and Mi.R. '.. master's family or unless said
Mrs. K. G. Duncan and guests Carlisle Jacksonville: Mr. and

L. D. Vlningn win leave Rasper Duncan,' who spent the C. Dampier I Mrs. Richard Thedn Jacksonville; dog Is fastened with a leash and Top Flight

|>y for Dubltn, On., where afternoon In Gainesville.For Mrs. M. C. Ford and Mrs. Harry held by its master or home other I
I Clifton Brown
Mr. and "
for Its. master
I l visit friends., From there Mrs. person
Manger Jacksonville; Dupont
In I k t
T. II.Onborne. pent Monday and Tuesday
wedding portraits see
ill go to Atlanta to visit Murphey, Atlanta;
nts. Mr. and. Mrs. W. L. See ad on page 4. Tallahassee visiting Mr. Brown's I V. B. Harrell Dies )M S
brother. Dr. Wilmot Brown. [ George Canova, Jacksonville; OG"R A:
When she returns' home Among the many one-time residents 'Mr. and Mrs Robert Young. Jacksonville I P R

weeks' visit she will be of Starke returning for Saturday's Miss Beatrice Cady of Jacksonville ; Mrs G. K. Bennett. Friends here will 'regret to learnof RADIOr. I

anled by Mrs. Bette Green, r was the weekend guest of'. Jacksonville; Mrs. Mamie Clnm- the sudden death Saturday of
homecoming were Misses V. B. Harrell at Ms home In Mi
spend the following weekJ. Mr. and Mr.i. James Blackshear.I 'one, Miami; 'Mrs. Anna Alexander ..
Helen and Sophie Reinoehl of ami. He was well-known here
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ward,
I Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn had been at time returning
one an em again
Jacksonville. They were accompanied and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Levins, all are : ,
R. Walnwrfgnt. chair- 1 I as their weekend guests, Mrs ploye of the local Florida Power
by their niece. Miss of Jll4lkJlnvtll.Mr.. and Mrs
Bradford County Tuber. Lucian Gray of Gainesville Mrs & Light office. The body was

Association, is spending Martha Lyles, and friend Miss! Lila Maeger of Jacksonville, Mr. Mrs.Bill Alvarez R. H. Stephens and son Billy Mr., Ocala and; taken to Hopkins vl lie, Ky., for FOR THE BEST

eek in Jacksonville with Ann Dlshner, and visited with 'and Mrs. Dupont Murphey of At burial. .
Mrs. B. S. Harvey. Waldo; Mrs +
s While there she is at- Ki-. and Mrs E.: M. Davis, Mrs.R. lanta and Mr. and Mrs. Jeff t'V.. Buddlngton and Mrs r

the Tuberculosis Assocl- S. Fernandez, and Mr. and i Davis of Gainesville. | George Chalker, Mlddleburg; Mr. I Recent ,Births RECEPTIONFINEST ,-

nvention.I i. Mrs. J. H. Fields. Mr. and Mra R. A' Weeks were and Mrs L. E. Harris' and Mrs *

visited by Mrs., C W. OIshlnger W.?:K. Webb Green Cove; Mr. and lIVRTL"NN: PREVATT
\ .'
I Ii .(',. and Mrs. Khetta Shad of Jack Mrs,. Percy Thomas ,Jacksonville,; 'Mr. and" vtrs.J.! C. Prevatt. Jr.. TONE -

4 ,. .. --. ...nvUI.J'-' t the_kM..l.*-- ( MrsMettMa. Rltch, .Ratford; ;Qf,.Lh", city,...;.*:announcing the '

''Itft' g branch of T 'Cot and Mrs. Maxwell C. Snyder birth of a baby daughter, Myrtle f f N HAVE"YOUR'r'
very E. Tanner of Baldwin,
Mrs. R. ,
'. ... Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Hesne Ann, born Tuesday September 24. I
Mrs. W H. Ford of Cocoa, and In Alachua I
Florida, Gainesville; Mra. Hazel County Hospital In

1. INSURANCECONSTANT I Mrs. L. K. Miner of New Smyrna Underhill Paulk, Jacksonville; J., Gainesville. RADIO
all of their' I r. .
Beach were' guestit
M. Butler, Gainesville; Mrs. Hazel ...R'I.n > ". .
I mother. Mrs. Laura I. Powell and i!* fnvnr. lmIDPOND
Norman. Jacksonville; Ira Thomas, '. ri'"'"Alrac I" CI.IIo: '
I Fields for the I TJo"irrf'
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Green Cove Springs; Mr and Mrs. I THOROUq1tJi.( :
weekend. Moor, Plaintiff v.. Ales L ,
LIABJUTYTH6FT I Nelson Blocker, Neptune Beach;; Moor, nrfvndnnt, ('use. No. 401,1.
: T. If.. Mrs. Ruby Montague Brookiville **- ORDER OK" PUBLICATION '
; Mrs S. C. Entenaa Mr. and
IITATOil'! KfSmmA to AUx
YEARS o.txll'lle.e ad on 4.
Q\'ER page I I Mr*. J. J. Wilson, and Mr. and Moor, whoa resident. and addrn

Mr?. Edward Burns, accom Mrs. Morris Cannon, all of Waldo; I I la .unknown.riilrd to "

r panled by Marlon Brown Edward Mr. and' Mrs. J. H. Moyer Jack. Sept.mb.r 13. III", In appearore
named Court and ... .
FIRE Schull, Joan Carpenter and Annette sonville. I ink* dlvorr..1.. wherein' Chas. C.
C. WALL AGENCY I Gunter attended the ordainI -i I Mr. and "[r.. Dameron Black Order County In TcUrraph neat four'Ptiall wkly publl Indue h this ,

I ing of Henry Havens to the Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Hal .l '

LIFECLASSIFIED, Dlaconate of ,the Protestant Epls- Alexander Jacksonville; Col. and Si: Is4e.4UFFiCIAL.t Stark.. yrlorio'this Aunt wi ( A Y"S SERVICE STATION'

.Please Phone 146 i copal Church In St. Mark's Episcopal Mrs. Gentry White, St. Augustine; SEAL) A. J. Thorn..
I Church In Ortega on Wed. Mrs. Daisy Crawford and family As CI.rlc ut .al" Pourt.
.Zach O.ln."III.. ...
't VllXlm'
i Lake Butler Mrs. Edna Nettles,,
nesday. I ; Atty. Pit |.M 4| a.u
''Jacksonville; Merrill McMillan
and D. L.
John Anderson Jacksonville; W, T. Clute. and Mr.

Thomas Joined the regular Army and Mm. N. Sternberg, Daytona; ,. I '" . 'I A I

forces on Monday. G. K. Lewis. Apopka Mr. and. PLENTY
Mrs. Wallace Joplin Lake City; -
block Mrs. J. B. Futch returned ....... ., .. ., .
TOCg FARM CITY AND FOR SALE- On. (ooncret nesday from Lakeland where she O. L. Haynes Jr.. Emory University. .1. "
huum connlntlnir of three apart'iiirutH. '
ZSS pRoramnr partly ru.nl.h..lI. I.luip| spent the past three weeks with .
for ....h. Just Arrived
peal for II"" Chap Truck Load
NtrJ." T. M. Ltmbaugh.
Bradford J3n !'ln..rln. Co., pnona :; I Just rwrlvrdi screen wile cloth -

9 4, Starke. M-.e It I L. Drownlee Bo per <.... ft., cut. Bradford Hard
and Mrs H.

S'rRour 'EkT,1 WANTED PresmnHklng and plainXrvtng I' have Mr.returned from a two weeks' 1 ware. Double Bed Innerspring M A T T R E S S'E'S

Mr.. H I.;. Fuller at to Montreat N. C., and ,
0...... .-37 trip
a4espfaef .. e.- Central Dry xloiMJu. lip
fry .'..... >'. Washington, D. C. I,Tire Owners Should FANCY TICK ONLY EXPECT TO
..... .r N,aura-.Paewe.-.e illHulonnry Mr"wh.rrrpinnii.
11.- ,.... ell eyes "... FOrt .. like ....'..nlt '"""Vii Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams. Mini Remember No. 13, OK SELL
r',* ..*. Vtauiasfc Hy hod ore thousand .\I.SO" I Frances Peek, Roy Ward Mr. and 39.50

UT. REALTY AGENCY boos volt radio.H*. n_A.rhPurWarren,Touristlamp Mrs.' L. F. Dirklns. Mr. and Mrs. Goodrich Man SaysThe ACA STHII'E TIIIH WEEK

. .resented Locally ByROLLINGSWOTfl .tp 10'4 Wm. Powell. Mr. and Mrs.. Harold I IBI I much-abusej 13" Is the ., ., I ." ...., ..r .. ... ., ., _

[ a -hop and Comer Perryman were luc lest.-Jllumbe. lnL the book for
stead. mattresses -
i lit So. Walnsrt St. FOR MALE-8 ksd ..
eprinae: chairs. f.bl.. among those attending the Mi the automobile tire, according to 2-Burner K-Oil HEATERS
ell +IUV" and heslers, J dressers Will Fla. football game In Jacksonville Guy Andrews of the Farm, Home
OFE8!: of all knd., r.no.furnltur breakfastSirs.
upholstered and sacrifice.. W. 14. Meth: .. last Saturday I II I Auto Supply Store' local tioo.l- Well Constructed
"hod or Starke uu N. Plenty of Heat
card. wet
Drop u. a 155 rich tire dealer.
'dy,154' ATTRES9 CX)., Bus Hlsndirur' llgha'ay Itp I I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Canova
Palatka. FI... tf their guests Sunday. Mr. and Thirteen per cent Is the \Heal

1..ItlT-2 lars' llv..r hswtlh nial.blfil as Mrs. Lucian Thomas: of Ft. Myers. percentage of deflection In a tire," LIMITED 27.50 SUPPLY

\'oie.-.I: writ all lln...; flr.. ) do.', ..... La.t.. he explained' "That Is, there la
'mob", ,I.. liability, and llf*. ..rrn In vicinity or lnklnetarke..dr".d I "(1'. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and that much: 'give In a tire when It ... .
Jar your In.uranee need n."rd.-L. F, --* -f-ff+**-* +&*+ i-jr j-j-_____...-.*ffjr 1
Wralnwrlght. '.Jr.. 131 Ea.t' ItpXTFoJob house guest Mrs. Retta Shad of Is properly Inflated."

Street. Phone H4. tffoom Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Andrews pointed out that : '''I

f'EaT:> >- apartment? \\..fa.,\ )[. Bradley a short Ualford.order fla..conk Up! Junlus M. Smith spent Sunday at while It >. hardly convenient for Baby Bed Mattresses (.'20

'hoot (laa bear. K..a.onln the; C. W. Dishlngers Cottage on a I motorist to measure the deflection

<|Ulr. Cuca-Cola Plant ItAL1I FOR SU.E-Fr..h yard earl cattle dally. Bedtord Lake. trf his tires he can easily. Rotted Edge and Tufted -

: n. onlttadfordJlh.deyond "P guag; a tlr.'. air pressure and _
; ...70.ae farm II aerea irap Mr. and Mrs' Wilson O. Lee. of keep It at the point recommended j Comfort for the Ilabyp
01. .eet oodoland Hal.'and WANTED Opp"rhsnlty Jacksonville, were visitors in ), I
manufacturer. ___..
the tire -
,. tALE HELP DDT by Krep-f 5.--- r f* ** f --f-if-nm-f *-* jp -fff *
out build In. I mil. suppiylna to attend theIomecoming
t-.oy un Jule Eunice Ro..d. ': 0' products tofarmer. Starke Ing tire. at the recommended
I and other profitable celebration. WhileIn I METAL DOUHLE noon
atonds: .1. Ho"o. ('ount,. Nnexperience he Insures '
In Hr.dr"rd pressure said "not only -
ZtP21 I' .....olr.lI.ru"t Mr. Lee wss
or .p".1 the Armed Forces. I Ifar
reference riding comfort but I. by '
and fond
''E\T I ) have auto or at Camp Blandlng. Utility Cabinets 25.95
Write utattoned .
Furnlah.droom P. to an.ft. T, the greatest single aid to gttting -{ - -
"">d. ,.
a. )1:1Cump.n/ tvFrerpnrt. maximum service life out cf.
k.l'hnn. 3l orewrit.Boa 471,1REST wire \ t tip Dr. J. P. Tomliiison. of Lake
III. _
I ._
Tomllnson of them. -fiff-r ffff- -+--f rfr r-frflM-ff m .

-:xlnd.rn I-room apt. FOR BALE-JertY.......h.Plare. 11I1 W.business. Jacksonville Wales former resident of Describing under-lnflatlon and l,;I IVerlIItlatlon \IVinter.. Just Around The CornerBlankets
'art of city. Recently rnoPr ('.U 1<<.. 11.7100 and era for your. were weekend guests ofCol. a* "the two deadll.at -k
.0 month Apply IU (.11 .. I IIava Starke. of tire life the dealr '
b..u. enemies -
'...Temple Av*.-Mr.. K. E. ...It. _Am aeN1ck Alexander ItFOR and Mrs. D. E. Knight. Other Any Price
'* IlprA1.F to .$. guests of the Knights on Saturdaywere asserted that "these twin evils Blankets! And
the American' driving publicundreds Description
n'angry KlnSeleyLake cost-
:. y lncr, hn.Mr REST flou". nn Dr. and Mrs. Charles Larsen _.. .... 1 1IT'S
of of dollars 1
-ot ....- .. Con. Rt. *. complete elelt i anofi7/5. and children of Jacksonville and thousands
t45n .
Mtark. 10-4 ItpLEO m..nL itpStarke. tail U S. DUtrlct Attorney H annually and this Is particularly A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
serious at a time when even the
: of Gaines
..5..". twin rood Johns. I..Redo V Knight and family tire
K. 8. TYPEWRITER present record-breaking production

f fitter. Fla. Itp L m.C....SMITH.:.. 5 p.h..t.r.. maple...m..I1"dln.tt., eleea .aa.I. J. ville. I j, la over-shadowed by the John H. Denmark Furniture CO.

tLE-Florence heater In p rjnaitlon I burner and oil other plant. ror 0..1.5.i lip.- Tom and boa fitted, for year demand and there still are not ,

; flat top office VI t.a5e! S"'RELLA'III U around.
Leos. "'::11'.10" fall and winter enough- tires go

|cabinet.A. RJ bulldl"f! for.uterly lanwnt. cornet girdle. lad also "Right flow Mr. Andrews said PHONE 151 STARKE. FLA.BRADFORD .

Ito known as :Depot Cafe: alllcn"on. nrclral belt.. ComUr, there U ta., 'epidemic' of over-
'! WP'OR IIA LP'--. Maurlc' \\0.hln.ton. St.William old Klnn. .y Lak. Mr. Frank Hoover. j I!Inflation. Tire servicemen all
altun UP
W ilhighway.
t .ln..rl.ht'it.. / .... H.U. I"
5Prln1s. 11p

u ,

r 411III.I

.\ six F1tfDlY
== =nc- __ ___ --- ----- .--- .. -. -----.--.. ... _n__._..____ __ .. .. --- -- OCTnnt" .
. . . and Mrs. G. : IV CIHClir COURT DRADFOnnC'OIIM'T. -:.
e . e were visiting In our section Sun- I e e e e e guests of Mr. u Ootobei I t
-I I day. Caldwell.Mr. C''':''Y. FLOHIOAl IN CHAN. named ', un, ,I, e''

.Graham John McKlnny attended the SunnybrookBy State t Farm and Mrs. Bard Gale and David vii lOdilh I Doufflae Uwendoljrn Seattle'VaJt' Plaintiff!.'. Defendant !1, (Plaintiff'ollnt" .'' -,.,. I. ''''Ir.'I' .."ill.*'

IOOF Lodge at Waldo Wednesday 1..... O. E. Mn. UMtltelil' their daughter Sharon, returnedto Case No. "111: Order ,,, 0'1(. ?'*?'h tan
By Mm. John McKinney CroSby Hy llratn OF r l !if' '".is, in ', i,
night. . :J2FJto' .1 Wltn V' '
e e Palatka Sunday :
s e their home In 'PPtlAll "b
. 5MrM e e e . e e HPttl l .It, Sli, y".
Otis McKinney and his father visit with Mr. and STATE OP VLui.iL>... to: Mr*. Iplnh"I. ( 1 F4k 1, .10d
and Mrs Henry Reynoldsof attended Mr and Mrs. O. E. Crosby received COMMUNITY: CLUB MEETING I lollowlnjf a Edith Uwendolyn Henttlv, wh.varesidence (OFFI'IA,12,. j''IU ,
Mis J. W. Woodward. Mrs. Gale and address I In :C02J W. Aa BRA LI
Jacksonville spent the weekend Otis McKlnny and his father a telegram Monday from Last Tuesday's meeting of the Sharon were here for about Marshall. Street Richmond VrUlnla. | CI..rk'.n ,,,.. ,. -lId! "rotK I

with Mrn. J A. Graven and Mr. attended the 5th Sunday meetingat their son-in-law and daughter Community Club wan of special!I land a week while Mr. Gale came for You' am required to nppenr on 0\1''a liindrumrgnri',
Leon '
and Mrs. Wynn.
Mr fend! Mrs. Willard Smith of Sampson Sunday.Mr. Mi-, and Mrs. A. L. Bailey of importance in that It marked the, the weekend. I.

Winter Garden are visiting Mrs. and Mrs Harley Broughtonand Ifutchinson, Kan. announcing the election of 'officers for the en I' HlltnPOHUcorvrv.
family and Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
Smith's mother Mrs. J. A Graves lis Broughton all of Starke were arrival of a baby girl. They are ing year. Those who will fill u-I, C.RY'" FLOIIIUAI i-v: CHAN. SET YOUR SIGHTS

Mrs. \V. P. Bennett and Mrs. visiting their mother, Mrs. Hll both doing nicely Mrs. Bailey offices subsequent to their formal, Mur/tirle Blanky King, Plaintiff. va
Taylor of Palatka were vlaitlng Miss Doris Installation at the next meeting George Edwin Kin alJer..ndant
lard Broughton Sunday. was formerly Crosby CaKe 101 o. 60f6.OHOEH .

Thursday Mr. and.Mm.last. John week. McKinney Mr. and Mrs. William Bushloper., Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Thomas are: Mrs. P. D. Fancher, President AND NOTICE OP !PUBLICATION TO APPEAR It takes \ \
I have returned from a weeks' vacation of Johnston spent the weekend ; Mrs. J. C. Wallace First'| STATE) OF FLORIDA to Mr. .
Mr. Edward Broughton. Mrs with friends In MIsHlnnippl.I with Mr. and Mrs. J..N. Kelly. Oftorue Edwin King whose real- %.
Vice-President Mrs. A. M. Rich- la
; LouisianaState
Katie Mann Chlxper attended the i. deneu and address
and Thomas of
We to that Floyd M. Penitentiary Angola, l ouialana. -
are sorry report arde Secretary and Mrs. J
Convention at Sampson Sunday. Lake Butler spent the weekend planning _
Mm. J. C. Davis had to return to Hembree Treasurer. Following
You are required to appear on
Mn. R.: S. Surrency and grandson with Bule and Bobble Crosby.
the Alachua County Hospital last the business *session which was October 14, 111I6. In the above -
of Tampa are visiting Mrs. Mr and Mrs. T. D. Rlcken- named. Court and cause, wherein
J. A. Graves week where she underwent. another backer from Bronaon were guestsof presided over by Mrs. J. C. Wallace -' plaintiff Miaki divorce Bradford to achieve
operation. She Is recuperating cookies and sandwiches were County Telegraph ahall/publlah thin -
Mrs. Hillard Broughton returned Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby Order In next four weekly Ixauea
nicely.Mrs served with Iced tea by the hostesses ,
home last week after spendinga Ray Starling spent the and family last Thursday night.A Mrs. Tom Conners and Mrs !' seal Witness at Starke my, hand Florida.and, this official September a goal \
while with her daughter, Mrs. weekend with her parents. Mr. large number of the peopleof Wallace. Lovely Fall flowers B, 1H6.IOl"FICIAL I \ \
John Strickland of Starke. our community have been busy I SEAL: A J Thomas, l \
and Mrs. Everett Green of Starke. were used to decorate the clubroom Aa Clerk of said Court.
Mr and Mrs. John McKinny I' The electricians have finished painting and remodeling the inside for this meeting. < By Lucille C. Conner ,D. C. Some young men know what they want and
and Mr. D. D. Johnson made a of Corinth Church. We have ; I T. Frank I.andrum, Starke. Fla plan for it Ot!
wiring the school house and are: Atty. for Pit. 9-13 4t JO-4 still looking for their niche. The new Regular
business trip to Live Oak Wednesday now ready for Innpection. The recently covered the roof with BRIDGE Cl.rU MEETING Army can help
'teacher and children will all be galvanized iron. Sunday School Mrs. Tom Conners entertained, Perhaps you want to go; to college but can't afford IL i 1

Roy Roberts' and Cuss Wynn glad to see the current turnedon. rooms have also, been added. to the State Farm -Bildge Club at I I Tailor-Made enlist in the Army you'll get; your chance. Honorably dg

The lights are much neededon the church. her home Thursday afternoon of, SEAT COVEPS after a three-year enlistment you are eligible for 48 mona'
rainy days. Lavon Crosby had the misfortune last week. Arrangements of Fall i iI cation at any college trade or business school for which.

Relief At Last Mr. and Mrs. Wllllard Smith to break his left army Sun-I flowers were effective decorations qualify. The Government will pay your tuition laborata,

I and Mrs Lizzie Sun 'ency of day afternoon when he fell froma for this party. Mrs. Enlce Brad- etc., up to $500 per ordinary school year, plus $55 a month
'Tampa were week-end guests of horse which he wail riding witha shaw was guest player and Mrs 1 allowance-$90-a month if you have dependents.If .

For Your Cough Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wynn and group of other children. W H. Williams and Mrs. W. G ; you haven't found your spot, an Army .
Mrs. Maude Graves.e Mr. and Mrs R. A. Oliver and Strlngfellow came at the refreshment off!,
training in of 200 trades and skills. You
I Bob and Betty and Bob Lee of: hour when Mrs. Conners] leave the tatty
I Icausa Mr. and Mrs.
CreomnMon relieves promptly be* Henry Reynoldsof for further training at the best civilian schools.
It goes right to the seat of the Jacksonville are visiting his Jacksonville spent the weekend served a frozen salad course.
trouble to help loosen and expel 'grandparents Mr and Mrs Frank with Mr and Mrs. R. M. Crosbyand Prizes were awarded as follows: You can assure yourself of the benefits ol the Cll

to gem soothe laden and phlegm heal raw and tender aid nature In- Abernathy. Mr. and Mrs Loran Conner A Bon Bon dish for top score to) Rights if you enter the Army on or before October!

flamed bronchial mucous mem Rev. and Mrs. Henry Byington Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Mrs. P. D. Fancher; dusting pow- All Work' Guaranteed See your nearest Army Recruiting Station for details. '
branes.Tell your druggist to sell you of Sparka Ga., were visiting his children, were dinner guests Sun- der for second high score to MI's.I'
a bottle of Creomulalon with the understanding son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and day of her parents, Mr. and Mr*. J. C. Wallace and soap In "bingo" WARD SEAT

quickly allays you the must cough ute or the;you way are It) Mrs. 11. B. Byington last week- J L. Johns of New River. to Mrs. W. N, North. II COVER CO.O."S HIGHLIGHTS OF REGULAR ARMY ENLIST;,

to have your money bacfc.CREOMULSION. .
end.Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Young Sunday.A HAY-KIDi: 1. Enliitmenti for IV4 :2 or 3 years 4. A furlough for m. ra'"
and Mrs. John Young and (1-year enliitmenti permitted for within 20
deYL Full
large crowd attended the dotIIIo
son of Moultrle Ga. annual Herbert Flllyaw Leslie Bradley, : men now in the Army with 6 or more furlough
visiting 10 Court pit! Madison St cubitl
for COUPS.ChestColdl.Bronchitis his brother and sister-in-law Mr. meeting of the Primitive Billy Miles Henry Manassa Jim- month of eervtce.) from Recruiting. |
Baptist Church at Rock Sunday' mle Drown Godwin Delbert 2. Enlistment age from 18 to 34 5. Mutertng-) pay (b J
I A delicious basket dinner was I Crews, Spencer Crews, Elbert years inclusive (17 with psr.nt.' 410 length of lorvictl,, ) to dcon.ent J
'nerved at noon to those ) except for men now in are discharged, to enltt, "
'When Your Tires Are preat'nt.Rev. Fillyaw and Misses Pauline Bran- who reenhit at ,
Slick Time to Recap! and Mrs. Wasdin Army may any age 8. Option to retire it half
nen, :Margaret Reddish, Virginia I Il and former service men depending the rah of your Mi ift,;.
and children of. Gainesville attended I Ifl"fit of .rvie..
v UECAPPING Engram, June Caldwell, Doris on length servk.-incrwnng to tlvtM
church at Rock Sunday Jkioncrlef Marian Brown Melbaj I 3. A reenactment bonus of $50 for pay after 30 y.,n' wrmlvioui
V AND VULCANIZING and were guests of Mr and Mrs. each year of active service.ince such active f>doral mdllll
Strlngfellow and Melvene Davis
ALL SIZE TIKES E. T. Young In 'afternoon.' II, bonus was last paid or aince last count toward ntirramn.!
enjoyed a hay-ride to Keystone entry into aervice, provided r..nli.t7.. Choice of branch of uni
f ,AND TUBES Heights Wednesday night. At the fr'ff ment it within 3 month after la.t ov..a.lh..loroflhotoft( ,
lake sandwiches and CocaColaswere I honorable diajcharge. on 3-ye.r enliitmamt
cf ; ?
3Cntas QIur t6 served after swimming and
BEST MATERIALS the playing of games. An ele 110

f Get Yours Now party when the group gathered at 10.. '0' t(toe
In Addition/ t. Food, Lodging,
i Workmanship GuaranteedI While Available the home of Mr and Mrs G E. 'erMonrt 20 rwiClath.
i I PHONE 79 Crews and. In honor of the birth- .anti Medial Cam Matter Sergeant Sarma
First 16'.00 Io.ll: i
4 Beautiful or $ _
day of their son, Delbert Mr. and In Addition to Column One
Assortments Mrs. Expert Bicycle the Right 20% Increase Technical Sergeant 1)500 8"J
kcL Crews served cake and tea at
Os.Stall Sergeant 113.00 7.."
far Service
STARKE TIRE SERVICEAdjoining I. t $1 Per Box lake.before the. merry take-off for the Repair sea. 50% Increase If M..... Sergeant 100.00 6100
bar of Flying or GliderCrew Corporal. ,f. 90.00 5&M
Whether It's a major operation .. !. 3%" In.r... in Pay
Mm. Jon Martinez Little Mary Carol ol Private Pint Gait 8000 SIM
Temple Gatage Temple Ave. Turney the for Eich 3 Veers of Service
or mere tightening of
Fla. Jacksonville spent several 'lays May B. Added. .Private !. k, \: ".00 48.1:
a holt you can be> sure your ,
.. ... '" ," .A. during ,the past' week wljh her bicycle Mill receive' prompt and
ndparents. /<>. andj,Mrs. C. M '
careful attention herd Lliten la<1'Wen-lore. f* lurney. 'r-- 1 fee Army.... ;. ""o dl'l *. Hall" end MooFootbttlf / >

TWO REGIONAL FAVORITES; FOR I t 1irir 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rush and BIGGS & BAKER Bmadcmtt on your radio.

children Roberta.and Jimmie, Jr., ENLIST NOW AT. YOUR NEARESTU.S. ,

..... ... .. of Miami were visitors of Mr. BICYCLE STORE -
,,-, .' \'\ '. .. .,' .. .h
b'4:r.. 4f ,11..':'''. r"flb'r:, +Mil.va iwimXT't and Mrs. J, ADouvier .last week- .
i." .: ...r1.11. '1 .,w:\ :;; end making the trip by plane to I. 12i; W. Call St. Starke,Fla. 250 POSTOFFICE RLDG..JACKSONVILLE .

and from Jacksonville MrsBouvler FLORIDA
HAM1:1EA. ..J.'' 1 _. : ,
and her guests spent
'1 IaJ.: ,- ked ca...bage: Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
COO 2 cupa McRae In Mclntosh.
E-3 hcsxn:
Jucpg1 tiS .. dot ba'ked d. $ ltOTl'cups i (J' v 'f- ".i..i.I'm S-Sgt. Jack D. Bradley left -
d. bo>>e grate ************"' w *
Monday for Ft.
cboPpe : 1 cup casseTOle Bragg N. C., To those who eagerly await
sauce l1ed i \ where he reported for
cteatu 0 G iriit re-assign
tnediu U a. a cabb age.. cream : ment. He was accompanied to their new Chevrolets. .

can eta of : ,.,.-w*tiw,wu-rtwfc, wirsiSrfi'* ;;!'v*; : '"r. Jacksonville by Mis. Bradley whois .
a1\ visiting relatives there.
un\l1 At

and sa1igb'I uce: IS' wit h St aled SI: w t =J2rS r | Saturday Starke's home-coming Sgt. Bradley celebration enjoyed a Here Is the Latest News]

used. : $ I talk with Gen. Jonathan M. Wain-

red Ais\ ..&ss ''. ,,'< r. officer.wright his former commanding

i; 1 oTbot bUlcU i\S.cvsr"tour. W.al.AX i Mr. and Mrs. H D. Stokes of

yf""r"'' B e.r. 5e flfi loNks'ibis G. llO* n, Las Ocala were tea guests of Mr. and about Chevrolet
1 mailed S S'F\or\da. Ola1 recipe a i M"rs. J. A. Bouvier last Sunday/

(, g ens us your leg\$S. O wi\\ b e I IP :; Michael Mrs. W and O.Joe Harrell, came and Monday son, ."-'

r" .s U publ'tshad.: ti from! their home in, Richmond,

I \\01\0 its uses 1. DEER Indiana to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. Deliveries
pad tot L. Williams '

Mr. and Mrs. L. 'F. Chapman

UtT' spent Saturday in Orlando as the e

u 1'tart guests Mr. of and Mr.Mrs- Chapman's Mark Mack mother.of Everybody from factory to dealer is doing everything

Winter Garden were' Sunday
that can be done to speed deliveries to you

/i f

GFT 7HF W. have been informed by the Chevrolet Motor Division that

I y y f SRFFD) SURF the past month has witnessed only a slight improvement in

RflEfrORACDINDGFSTON the rate of production of new Chevrolet passenger cars. Asa

result, shipments of new cars to dealers for delivery are

still far below the level we and the factory had hoped to '

attain by this time. In fact through August, Chevrolet's KeepPresent Yaw

1 I output of cars in 1946 was only 22.6% of the number turned Cat All

1 1 out during the corresponding period of 1941. may \VII
1 Meanwhile ,
We know that Chevrolet is doing everything possible to that you ebl B o

step up its production totals-to ship more and more cars to transportation tout tor a.e

Carpenter's Drug Store us and to its thousands of other dealers throughout America I and at car: re9uilr'I 1/d

AND DELICIOUS and we know too, that we are assured of getting our full us help :ddloMm: 1
proportionate share of the runnin0
'. current output and of future : perlormanc8.

YOUR WATCH production gains.Disappointing. ant and r8sals rile...
Here's ,..
a distinctively regional dish Heavenly yOU
Ham a truly heavenly as the total figures have been-and despitethe the comes all1g.)
tasting treat especially when Deserves the Best fact that Chevrolet ro let
was out of production entirely during
accompanied by golden delicious
"9 the first three
% e months of
r the year-it i I. nevertheless true
,f I' easterners have a reputation for creating dishes of that Cnevrofer /led all other'' manufacturers fa production olpo

.S -'r. regional excellence Heavenly Ham with JAX, the 91o "noer car during June J946t and has continue to main-

.:.OU.; Drink of Friendship, belongs on any list of favorites. tar its lead in total production from that day to this.We .
After your first glass of JAX Beer, be it as a companion

ax' beverage with fine food, or just for cool,, aM shall continue to make deliveries of new Chevrolets r t

Saa thirst-quenching goodness you'll agree that JAX is I REPAIRTrustworthy to allays'our customers just as fast a* wo receive th.m'we regret N

lrrftrlnrp l a great regional brew golden beer at its satisfy. Service as deeply as you do; we thank you for your friendlyt.nfencegndntW ,

.teeyltart ing best. -. .. ,fano'mg; and we promise) you a new high!

motoring experience when you take delivery of your new pf
Harley F. Strong Chevrolet, giving BIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST COSTI YOUR STM10l

JAX 1 BREWING COMPANY.I : Jacksonville I Florida 1 I 1 j GAMP 137 DL.\NDINO West CaD JEWELER St.j TORODE I CHEVROLETStarke

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S 5.0 5 Christian Church at her home last i r. -

Wednesday, Sept. 25.: The pro. I ;
gram, "Sharing Our Tasks With
nip Others", was presented by the ;

Sweeney president, Mrs. W. H. Griffin. Following 'A Church & School Guide
e e a the devotional and, business
period a social hour was enjoyed I m '
RlVU during which the hostesssaistcd l 1i1 :} ,
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by Mrs Thornton Johns, 1I
school I
nf i I' the nerved punch, and assorted sand .- r

\1., nuay night with wiches. Rev. H. A. Tucker

t lr ti president, Mrs. BIRTHDAY PARTYA ( Dies In Tampa I ANNOUNCEMENTS: ANn NEWS ON TillS PAm HOWEVER. TO INSURE To Be Observed i

rh pnst president, large crowd of boys and girls INSERTION ON THIS PAGE COPY MUST HE IN OUR OFFICE NOT LATER
an Interp enjoyed a party last I I Tho Key. H. A. Tucker, a fri At Methodist Church :
I H.'J(' gave Friday afternoon i' i THAN TUESDAY MORNING OF EACH WEEK.:
,' p -T. A.'a work at the home of Mr. and mer pastor of the Starke Presbyterian
Mrs Church, died VVorM Wldo Communion will be I
years. Mrs. Vernon glade honoring their Wednesday
''as pupa' views and ob- son, Vernon, Jr., on his twelfth Sept. 25, at his home In Tampa.. observed! Sunday Oct. o, in the \

the 1946-47 school I, ytriday; anniversary :Marlene: He was 99 years old and would I First Methodist! Church and

.ilngo\ were given by j'nderwood and Gladys Bundy 'have reached his 100th anniversary every member of the church 'injisk

L, Bill Alderman, DonTi'nd were the lucky ores winning in December. . Langford Hicks. prizes In the contests. After I Mr. Tucker was born in Ohio
day. On this day of
lent oort and Martha viewing the many gifts presentedto and was graduated from the
.r niiisical renditions. Vernon, the young guests, were School of Divinity at Yale Unl- FOR FAMILY WORSHIPDAY lye deep In millions of hearts will be

|:s of Coca-Colas. Pea- Invited to partake of the decorated t iverslty In 1875. In 1912 he retired lOOK CHAPTER a prayer of thanksgiving for the
| Snacks and assorted birthday cake and home-made from active work and came i tM goodness of God and an Ardent
L served at the conmeeting. Ice cream. Mrs. Freeman Hall to Florida, locating first in Arcadia Sun. H.brawi 12.7-29 plea for the establishment of anew
Ihe and Miss Shirley Hall assisted The urge of the ministry Mo. H.br.wi I 13 y world order where Christ la

Mrs. Slade in serving and enter- ,I was too great, however, and lOOn T..... DauUronomy 1:1-31: } ,, supreme.' Methodists! will make a
.ut1CIL: .airing.. he resumed preaching accepting I WsJ. D.132.219 special offering for the world1
Wad worth Sr., enL pastorates In several Florida Th..,.. D.u.. 3:21-4.24: suffering Sacrament will I be
Ladies Council of the Mrs. Anita Hess White an- towns. frI. DsuHroitomy S t # r5d. nerved during the'afternoon In

lounces the arrival" of a son, He Is survived by his widow, D..... 4.7:12.1.4 c, the homes of those unable'to attend -
"Danny Glenn, on Wednesday, Mrs. Roberta Fulmer Tucker, and !service In the church.
hMJTS ROLLS Sept. 25, In the Glendale Hospital, three children, Fredrlca R. Tucker -i : The evening service will be a

VS & CAKES alatka.Mr. and Ruth Tucker of Ft: Wayne, y. continuation jf the sacrament

It arc better and Mrs W. A. Saxon, Jr.. I Ind., and Mrs. A. M. Lockwoodor with an evangelistic message and
left on Monday for Plant City Arcadia. Kinging.
than where they will make their future After funeral The Garfield Evans ,Sub-nintrlct
services In
Tampa .Ii ..,
home Mrs. Saxon, before her the body was sent to Greenwood. / meeting will be held s Monday

marriage; on Thursday last, was Ind., for burial. .t t! \. night at Melro-e. Billy Smith
Bakerymakes the former Miss Lucille D. Greene A t president asks that all member;
pe Among those attending the '>f the, ynuth Fellowship attend.

Bradford County Convention of 1 Bob Jones Comments I ibis' Story Hour .each Tuesday

| M,VDK: TO ORDER City Christian last Churches Sunday were at Sampson Mr. and I On Here :1\>" 3:30 service: p.each m. Wednesday Prayer anil evening.SPONSORS Praise.

Mra. T. C. Chastaln, W. H. Griffin And HereafterSomeone i Ih e e e

Misses Martha Home Norma I
and Joan .
Sweeney.Mr. has said, "There Is
fcervlng/ A Fullof and, Mrs. W. O. Duvall' more real Christianity In a smile Of The Church Page,

[ Regular Din and daughter of Atlanta, Ga., I j than In a tear." Men who have -
visited Mrs. J. H. Saxon! on Fri: wept their way to God and who Tip Top Super Market

[short; Orders and day last. Mr. Duva.ll was princi- have come to know His pardon. There is substitute Alvarez Store
pal of Hampton School for three Ing mercy and saving grace I no fora
Sandwiches years about 25 years ago and should live their Christian livesIn Hollywood Camera

while here made his home with such a way a* to cause others & Gift ShopII.
Clean/ Quiet Mr. and Mrs. Saxon) with whom they come in contactto Church
C. Wall Agency
lace To Eat Mr. and Mrs Leaston A. Wynn want what they have. About wedding
have had as recent' guests Mr. the only thing you can say about Carpenter'sCocaCola
and Mrs. Carl Ward some people's religion Is it does
of Jacksonville
In the United States today there married in the United States. Most of them Bottling Co.
are over
not It is
IXIECAFE Mrs. Anna Alexander, :\Ira.Ma.mle I spread. not taking. Nobody Leila's
demons and daughter, I wants It. You cannot blame 250,000 Churches where young people maybe took their vows In churches. It Is pleasant to
Kathleen Miami them. All of us have met Koch Drug Store
of Mr. and Mrs. some
wed. In these churches couple that of them the Church
any young report Joined
people who had
Robert Johnson of Gainesville re- something we Tyu.V Dry Good
cently arrived from Chadbourn, wanted. -whether rich or in modest circumstances of their choice or renewed their allegiance.will DrisKcrs' Furniture Co.Robbing .

703TEMPLE N C., Mr. anti Mrs. J. P. Hazi-n i Every girl who hopes some day -will find a servant of God, ready to unite
Church for
a good place marriage, I
to have a home wants
and family of Ocala, and Mrs. T. j a happy
AVE. F.. Duncan and children of Gaines. hrtme. So when she sees a happy them !in the Holy Bonds of Matrimony. good place to enlarge your spiritual lif. Hart Furniture Co.

Sundays 12-9 P. M. vine I home day ,she It reminds might her have that a happy some Last year, almost :3 million couples were and meet life-long friends. Florida Dank at Starke
Mrs. E. E. Harden and son, Mike Maruca
home. If .
every girl would sudjdenly
Frank of Jacksonville were din. ,
I to Weigh | ner guests on Saturday of Mr I learn that there were no t ,
happy homes on earth, she would "TAe American Church and Sunday School ore the
and Mrs. M. L. Watterson.Mr
Lbs.! and Mrs. R. F. Touchtonof hesitate to marry and take greatest centers of good In all the world'IC' Firat'Presbyterian
llawkha chances
rasa a. on having a happy homeof
.1191ba..sloMf I Ijitodrliaoua Bell, spent Monday here visit her own. '
A YDStdf ing their many friends. Church
Reducing Plan. I y There are some sinners In the
..1(1191 U ..etrishU 'M Mr. and Mra. I. P. Shepherd of world who associate with .unhappy --- .- ,

L may Miicr not reducing b* amtha Shepherd and son Chuck of the idea that a Christian cannotbe H : E C'T O ;R Y ATTEND

*Boi Mint. Show Kingsley Village spent Sunday happy. They think they miss .---- -- ______..__ __. I
r Buck..conducted M afternoon with Mrs. Gordon Weest a great deal of fun because there SERVICES
br I Iw and family. are certain things they cannot do FIRST PRESBYTERIAN ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL WATEROAK BAPTISTRev.
more than I II STARKE Church "St.' at JacksonChurch Q. JI:. Cutshaw, Pastor 11 EGUL
.t 14 to IS Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith had as Christians, and places they cannot Rf1Yj-:
'sag. In o r..<* as guests during the week Mrs.Smith' go. These sinners have the Rev. Frank J. Bryson. Supply School .____.. 10 A. M. Service every tat and Srd Hun-, t
kIWATDBVIt aduu/rgrla.. t; brother' and wife, Mr. and idea of Christianity. The Pastor day 11 .. m, and 8 p. In. ; .3*
wrong Morn. Pfayer" Sermon,It A. M.Holy'Conwi&nIOH ,
Sunday School _.___ ':43 A. M. Sunday School every Sunday 10'
W. B. Lewis of Pulaski Ga., happiest people the writer has '
Mra. Sunday '
NrdiX. ajtaV ewdm'amesh Morning Worship ___ 11 A. M. ( lst ) a. m.ChURCh Music By
,starches, meets orIUM ever met have not been worldly
potatoea. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn, Mrs.
Ladles Auxiliary. 2nd 4th Tues. Litany & Intercession
cut them down.Sunpl whanicwua -
AYDS Vitamin 3O dan'Candy aupply arliiriah0bl""NOw Ketner and Mrs. U.to J.Jacksonville Wynn were people., consecrated They have Christian been separated people.- KINGSLEY LAKE MISSIONARY Friday ___.______ 7l SO P.' M., OF GOI Young People's Choir
pbona er calls! business BAPTIST CHURCH Holy Day. 10 A. M.. Holy Com- Eighth St. Clair Sts.
Thursday. Rev. W. G. Show. Pastor -
h Store, Phone S3. Tea There are some people who munion. Service Every Sunday
at ab a reminder. Mrs. Wallace Joplin and little seem to think that the devil can Fannie Sllcox Sun. School Supt Church open dally for prayer and Sunday School _______ 10 A. M.
daughter Judy of Lake City are make them happy. He cannotdo Louie L. Wainwright BTU Olr. rent.Service. Morning Worship _____ 11 A. M. St. Mark'sEpiscopal

spending several days with her it. He has no happiness of Service Every Sunday Center open dally for rec Evening Worship .... 7l80 P. M.
mother Mrs. J. F. Guy. He knows his doom Is Sunday School _____ 10 A. M. reation. V. P. K. __ Tuesday, 7:80 P. M. Church
I his own. Preaching _______.___ 11 A. M.
house guestof Prayer Meeting _. Thurs. 7 ISO -
Miss Edna Eayre to be sent
sealed. He la some day -
PERT H.T.U. ___________. 8:"* P. M.Preaching '
a M.NKV. Church
the C. L. Mays, Is spending I to the bottomless pit. He Is under 7:45 LAWTEY BAPTIST CHUHCIIRev. School 10 A. M.
short while In Jacksonville with sentence of destruction. He p.m. J. L. NorrU PastorJ. Morning Prayer and
Wed. 7:50.
Prayer Meeting.;
her cousin, Mrs. Marion Gnann. la, therefore not happy. He can- E. Wall. Jr.,, M.! S. Supt. : RIVER MISSIONARY I
3he will return to her home In not spread happiness. But the OQ3PKL TABERNACLE:, Sunday School ________ 10 A. M. BAPTIST CHURCH Sermon -11 A. M.

Philadelphia, Pa., on Monday. I Lord Jesus Christ, Who spoke HTARKC Morning Worship _-____ 11 A. M. Rev. Truby Parrlsh Pastor -
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Conies and peace to the troubled waters of Mr. & Mm.J. T.ulgley! Sponsors Young I'eoplo's, Meet .._ 1.P.H., Regular Service Church open dally for prayer
little daughter. Kathy. of Ft. I Galilee can speak\ peace to the :Morning Worship ..___ 11 A. M. Evening Service ...... 8 P. M. and ""'t. Service Center 0'11"1) -
____ Service... Wed. _.__ 8 P. M. lit and 3rd Sundays It a. m for -
Pierce, were recent guests of troubled, hearts of men. Bible School ___ 8 P. M. Prayer recreation
tepatr j Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Williams. I I You young people who read Evening Ser ie _____, 7:4: I.. M. Public Cordially Invited t
and Mrs. James Barwick these lines will never have a good Evangelistic IlrothrrhooflMonday PINE LKVEL: BAPTIST
Mr. weeks, time unless you have a good time _________ 7:80: P. M. Rev. W. H. Hall Pastor
RV IC E three
have returned from |Iin a Christian way. You may Blhln Study. Tues ____ 7:4.1: P. M. Sunday SrhiMil ?__..____ 10 A. M. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
visit to Panama City. have a "wild" time and a "fast" Children'.' Bible Hour Morning Worship .____ 11 A. M.

Chas. C. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Williams of I time and a wicked time, but youI Wednesday __________ S P. M. Song Service -__-?_?__. 7 P. Starke FloridaThe
Jacksonville were visiting friends will never be happy and content. LadlePrayer. Meeting F.yC"nlncVo"hlp _.? .____ 8 I'. M'j
hepherday's here Saturday. 1 I ed In this world unless you have Thursday '___..:_-.-___ 8 I*. M.IJtancellvtlc Teacher Meeting Bible Study Friendly Church n"y.V;.". Churchwell, Pastor

Mrs. H. B. Wiggins, Mrs. Mary i saving faith. In the Lord Jesus ServicePrlda Monday ________ 8. p M.
Service Station Williams! and son Howell spent i Christ You may go to wild parties ___-____ 7:45 P. M. MM-Week Prayer Meeting WORLD WIDE COMMUNIONSUNDAY
Friday In Jacksoaville. They were and drown the cry of your Inspirational Youth Meet Wednesday _____-____ 8 I'. M.
Mr. and Saturday ___. ___ 7:45 P. M.
accompanied home by. I heart with the noise of the Jook OCTOBER 6
daughter, headache Cwitniunlua .. tint Sunday FIRST METHODIST STARKB
Leo Wiggins and but there Is always a every
Mrs box
> Walnut Jt Jefferson St Won't with the millions Rededicate and
Marie, who spent the weekend after parties like that. We v mine. you join -
I' Christians can have a Rev. W. J. Churchwell. Pastor Itcconttecrate your life unto Goth A hearty welcome
,e 45 who are BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Church School ________ 10 A. M.
here.Mrs. L. headache ever awaits at the Methodist Church.
H. D. May, Mrs. C. I good time, and no Rev C. A. Crosby Pa-tor Morning Worship ..__,.__ 11 A. M. you
May, Mrs. M. C. Sweeney andMiss follows. !Sunday School ________ 10 A. M. Youth Fellowship ...... 7 P. M.
/ Edna Eayre were visitors to I Morning Worship ____ II A. M. Evening Worship _.__ 7SO P. M.
Gainesville Friday. R.T.U. _-,_____ 7:15 P. M. Paver aV Praise Service 1
Mrs Florrle Barwlck of Jacksonville First Christian Preaching __?_______-_- II P. M. Wednesday ______ 7:80 P. M. GOSPEL TABERNACLE
was a supper guest of Prayer ....Inr each Wed. 8 P. M.BOATDRAIN Woman's .Society1st

uS Mrs. Ida Maxwell on Saturday. Church t _BAPTIST_ CHURCH Tuesday ____._ 8:50 P. M.

Miss Betty Home) spent with Friday Miss (S ..z mile southeast of Btarke) HEILBRONN- BAPTIST SEE TilE FAMOUS 1'AINTINtf!

and Saturday in SUrke Key C.
1 June Hally. of Gainesville Service every Sunday an follow Service! every 2nd and 4th Son "The Feast of Belshazzar"
D V Underw >OtI and ATTEND *i day __, 11 a.m and :15 p.m.
recently visited his wife i Sunday School ____ 10 A. M. Sunday School every Sunday' .. t ON DISPLAY AT THE TAHERNACLE !

if o daughters here. Miss- mULE SCHOOL Morning Worship ._ 11 A. M. 10 a. m.l; H.T.U. 7:00: p. m.
Mr. and Mrs J. W. Home, I B.T.U. __ .. .___ 7 P. M. NO ADMISSION CHANCE
Barbara Horne and Robert Barks-: 10:00 A. M. Evening Worship ___,___ S P. M. DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH
dale spent Sunday afternoon In I Prayer Service each Tuenday. Brooke, Fla.

"'ack oDvllle.I II I II P. M.Cottac III Rev. C. A. Crosby Pastor
II I Prayer Meeting each Sunday School ._____.__ S P. M.
necessarybaggage. AI I oThr'I CIrYCFPN': I Thunday 8 P. M.WOODL.WN Preaching ._________ 4 I.. M.
.TAY LawteyBaptist
: Prayer Meeting each Thursday PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH'
... Church 8:30: P. M.
be sold for eturaa autnmblirCto BAPTIST CHURCH. --
charges" aaalopt eatd (Simile* "'et ef Lawtey) FIRST CHRISTIAN:' CHURCHChclstlan Rev: W. E. (fail. Pastor'
dent InsuraDa, wit,> w 1MT rh..rnlfft, I Sunday School; 10 A. M. ItaW.IT. C. William-, Pastor Call Street

Motor One ;. NOIOnu tOIO'UlI'e"; against So. $(3A03gee' the- Services 11 A. >I.. 8 P. M. fWrvk-... each Sunday Bible School __ IO .\. M.

''a'ley E. Johns ... that d ..t.' "Ib'"'I automobile I- Wednesday 8 p. m. Sunday School ?,__ 10 'A. ". Preaching, lit 3rd Sunday
shove.....nty .- ul"m..bl\101t ":11'.00). will!! for b.. Mid-Week Prayer Service Morning Worship ?__ II .\. '1. ____ II .\. M. 7:30 P. M.
Agency which? the sold a nor r- Hong Service' ___...?_? 7SO P. SI. Mid-Meek Prayer Service
11 STARKE rt-. deemed or Sr-rrwr Asr inn ft Evening Service .-....-, 8 P. M. Wnlnewlay .._,. .. 7:80: P. M. Come To Church
.. for. pile.. at ,i st my nnlacee A Cordial Welcome Prayer )letting each "'etL 7JO: Woman's Ml-sioomry Councilbinlaes
day 0' ..Sao alit' I6j Stark. .'Iorbu..ln. P. M. meeting at church.
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.. ida. EMUGOODMAN, Extended B.T.17. Friday ., ?: P.. If 1'. !}4 'f4 Taafst4 1! r.tlwees \ :
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%f Starke Agrees General Wainwright A _"RiehiGl;

fI After a ''day in his presence, 'lamed warrior carne '
I Starkeites heartily agree with, night at the USQ **'III-
that legendary telegraph operator: talking to a
who tapped out in the laat tragic I : frIends YOung Mary rrOt
hour of Corregidor that "General I mer unable to JoIn Loa
ties !hi
Wainwright Is a right guy becalle
Repeatedly demonstrated durIng ability
the day were those qualitiesof matlc fever sat In g
OCTOBER modesty, sincerity and an unsurpassed In. front of the t'SO IIn au
sense of fair play' that pressed a Wistful gedhh
endeared him to the men of his the General et close
command and to the people of her mothI" went q ,
the United States. I i ta.ntly approaching 1I1B1de_
From the time early Saturday It she might 11114
morning that he 'turned to his In to +ee him "'1\'bJ
kinsman, N. D. Wainwright Jr., arh t *3 replied I'll go out to lee lit,
and said, "Don't call me General. ahd out *
I Call me Skinny", It,was apparent h stars and all, vmi

that here was a man, a great "He stood by the car
General who had received the eatomeforflveof ion

'highest, honors" that his country Mary Lou proudly relate f Icuuld bestow, and yet who rejmalncfi -, a red-letter clay In her WaMary
through it'all a lovable.asytoknow .

"e person described byhis U .'
M aide. Major }'. 7. Kirk as "the
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grandest man' I've ever worked ter P, '
4? XTRA14SPECIAL for". I Vr1He n

I' Such sentiments are echoed by V3
Mrs. Barbara. Breazeale at whose

Wort tawrr'gIaaa. Ca'M beautiful Kingsley Lake home the !ste
General was quartered during his 1
MAT '''stay in Staike. "}le Is one of the

RUBBER DOOR ,_ I! ''Mrj most: Breazeale gracious men tells I frrl"hds1 ever met-," I

BUMPER invited him and.Mrs, Wainwright t

.. to visit me at any time, and the
''General said that he would like,

1,19 JACK to spend a restful week at Kings-, r
Icy Lake after his retirement,
next year. He was particularly
,, ..'iCi.: ...".. I impressed with the': picturesque .
...- beauty' of the Spanish' moss and Visit
; It Paid Her A .
commented "
on frequently.
1.95 Another incident clearly demonstrating Starke for the parade, Governor the right hand of the Governor!

the WaInwrIght character Caldwell indicated that General of Florida", 'And those who saw
occurred when Governor Wainwright should ertter the tar I I the two riding' together in the
Caldwell and the General were first and take the right hand seat I parade will remember that he
For passenger can stepping into the automobile that -the customary position of hdnor. 'didn't.

% -l!i-ton capacity. was to bring them from the "I will not, sir" Wainwright rt: I But the crowning gesture of I

-.... .Lifts from 8!K luncheon at Kingsley Lake Into toned firmly. "1' will not sit on tenderness, on the part of the'' Lou DurshintlTornadoes

and trrh.nem to b1chetl Four'8elfeleaning --
deettb cleans waring b1.C 1 ,$ i.n.inc a 'h.ndle.aemoY.b1e '
?k ehoee galckly,efftclently. Tough, long : bar. National Guard Crawford Defends' Stand S

rnbber. }Coal d 4

w rl Topic At Rotary On New County Jail Bunnell62-0 I

,r< I In a statement Issued thIs weekE. of the public's funds aa 1 would
Lt. Col. Robt. Harkness of Lake
'i' L. Crawford, Commissioner BHS Tornadoes rolled
41' 'BIGS; ; : City was guest'sp aker at the County in my own personal funds.
from District Two (North easy 68-0 win
Friday plgh,
"During my .some twenty yearsof
Rotary Club here Wednesday, explaining
Starke) clarified his 'position In '
f f4ti outclassed
fBARGAlNjJ : service on' the Fire an eleven fan
the Departmentin
new National Guard the matter of proposed construction
| nell. 'The
get-up and enlisting the support of a new county jail. In a Jacksonville: went on all parade
of the club in the organization of' recent article the Telegraph enumerated building inspections with the when Charles Mooney broke

TOY Starke's unIt Headquarters Company the deficiencies of the pres. Chief and in th a way I gaineda for a 40-yard touchdown

ARCHERY 2nd Bn., 124th Infantry.Col. ent Jail which has long been con thorough and, practical knowledge the second play that

Harknesa' is battalion com demned by the State Prison ,of buUdlngs and building requirements. had ,the ball After flu'
MVI ONIIEXIMUISHER mander. Board and stated that'the Boardof .. ,I have from time
does,took the ball over I isthe
J SET The speaker: stated that the County Commissioners was "In to timeexamined our Jail and t Lowed
I' : Florid Guard will:number almost dined to favor" the constructionof assure you, that the hwlla of the next kickoff, .
10,000 men, Under the: hew enlarged a new jail; With the'exception jail are good; that With stopping went 20 yards. for a

rer 'f. plan, and Star, t of Commissioner Crawford' ttrho the leak bEt '.roof,':;Completing tackle. Boon thereafter,"
will have a maximum atrgrgth of was of the opinion) that'the pres. our plumbings .requirements and returned Levi" Intercept8

four ,officers and V 64 men: ent building 'should'' >be }Remodel then with 811, f dltlon'and a padded yards for the third icon

e J.95 That the* pew \company will led V y cell'we'can have a Jail which quarter. Despite frequent
mean a sizeable payroll for the! Mr. (:rawford's'' statement'' fol. will satisfy out demands and meet tutions/ the Tornados '

town was Indicated by the fact lows: all requirements."We ." ,. three more times before
that there will be two permanent "The article concerning Brad are officially Informed'that on,,McRae's touchdown
fi.girt.' employes,, one under civil service ford County's Jail, appearing "in the average Jail'population In the Hazen and Reddish, and a
.A. aeckablo at,a salary from 91800 to $2000 the Bradford ''County Telegraph, past for-Bradford County 1* only line plunge by Al Harley
,XMIU the aM ex...,. annually and'al8o' an armory September 20, Is mis-leading and six. This probably will be our Ing'the score at 41.0 it!ball!|
'01' ... caretaker at a salary of .from attempt to place me in the,wrong average Jail population In the The second half began"
8.45 -1IdetI' a 4o..IDcIt m. $1500 to $1800. light. This, article apparently Is future. I understand only'one is 80-yard kickoff return 4yEdwards
v '
flee t....... : Drill pay has also been Increased for the purpose of making the in Jail now 'An'' analyst of the for a touchdown!

JPeo'" tome,. sad year.: /srg.l sad ..aarevrg...., on the basis. of the new scale impression that I am against bet situation above make it plain first team played Uttli
>tatrr, o..'. .er.... .. V 1 .l of regular army pay and privateswill ter Jail facilities for our County. hat through wise improvementsof the rest of the third qu
..... Oon.U.olr fUio*. receive (2.60 per drill as This Is not the case at all. I de- the present Jail we can at half none during the last S

............. ......_-., --.- compared with, the old pay' of $1 sire and shall see to it that Bradford the cost 'of the new constructionhave concluded with runs by
per drill. Pay Increases with ratIngs County' Jail facilities are a modern and adequate Jail and "Potllcker" ]iteR...
and a first sergeant will receive Improved and brought up to the providing for segregation of Godwin, captain and left
for Good Look and Plenty of W.or $e per drill. standard for County Jails the Juvenile offenders and adults; a successfully kicked 8dI

TIRE One army enlisted man will be size of Bradford County. separation of the race and the points. T
assigned to the unit, and will reside "Our Jail is not nearly as bad separation of-men and women.. This Friday night the LaIIo 1
In Starke. .Also one regular a* has been pictured 'In this article. "I shall'b glad to'have the reaction play their old rivals,Untie
Jb PUMPS army officer will be assigned to During the past few months to my.view on this from let In Starke. The 1
( the battalIon.area and will likely your Board of County Commissioners any property owners in our team defeated Palatka .
e make hIs headquarters In Starke. has expended some six County. I shall contend'for a're a good game is
1.95 Col. Harknes was accompanied hundred dollars on improving, ferendum vote of the property

..e to the meeting by R. G. Kldd, a renovating and enlarging plumbs owner of Bradford County on
....1'. %... tlon, y aIrJ' officer of the.''Old pre-war Starke ing facilities. This work is not this question."
kl..ftlr IQIoim4 Compute ::ales- unit. He explained that 37 rat complete owing to the scarcityof (Signed) E. L. CRAWFORD ,
soup Daly Dan ;a :: i Ings will be open in the new company material. The pluming contractor Member of Board of County Commissioner
here, and men in the 18 to however Is going along as *.
35 age bracket will be; eligibleto rapidly with the work as he can We all love tilt 01

enlist. Men with previous mill under the circumstances. We will CARD OF THANKS gladdens the hv It
tary experience are taken up> to soon have the, jail's plumbing We wish to take this meansof ,and the young, snd ton !II
45 years of e. equipment In' modern and good us all. Wherever
expressing our heartfelt gratitude
A... 1.39 condition. land or sea at home
Following the talks by the guest for the many kindnesses extended IIt8IIIoa..
TRUCK speakers A. J. Thomas a onetime "I have contended for and shall to us"by our friends VIn the our distant P"8.way for Uir
;. contend for stand
commander of the a modernistic enlarge *
Guard recent loss of our beloved wife
MIRRORS here told something of the his ment and improvement of our and mother, 'Mrs. Alma E. Sis Humanity and the! w".hereb

.. esau>fllul99c tory of the Starke company i ," dating present :jail. We have a splendidjail trunk. We will never forget the assaulted defend II...
r back to SpanishAmericanwar building and it fa paid for. help and expressions of sympathy rise up to_ WOllam K
days. Dr. M. B. Herlong also We can enlarge and modernize It received in our.hours of aorrow.' ,
SEAT COVERS .. spoke briefly calling attentionto for less than half the coat of a Cyras H. Slstrunk and Family.
the valuable "Insurance" fea new Jail. Under these circumstances -

type dmlam" plated with laID,. Cfcr" .fnttr made of Roe material and prtclsloa tailored t. tt ture that is derived by the community I do not Intend to give
q.etltr.: '''UD.. a.per telfecU7. Bbop early wMl qasntltie Ian In having a Guard unit my approval to squandering thetaxpayers'
located here money of Bradford
IW1L. County In order to answer the Clothingand

) Bible Story''' Hour whim andImmature desire of .
building and
....r.9. Attracting CrowdsOver tors. A new construction Jail at this specula time '

FN would coat perhaps twice a* much Shoes
&! 100 children and their a* a new Jail built two or three

LENT STEERINa WIEELSPIINER parent* were present at the year from now. The architect ..
', Neighborhood Bible School of the fees alone are six per cent for a FOR
I POITAIU1ATTEBY First Methodist Church test Tues new Jail, beside the engineering .
1.98 119 day. Mrs. W. J. Churchwell presided fee and excessive high ,coat of
1'50 tTor In a discussion of "the Mory, material and labor. Famil
: more efficient pertormina of Lazarus." ."In spite of my efforts to re. The Entire

Ix-ln... Blek assort J" :lIsetie' with Tiaost quality.* of your radio. The school's classes are being aloes spending In Bradford County
feel. Amber lea*. Pre metal b.i. and' held each Tuesday at 3:30: p. :nIt during, this our first Peat-War
.. ...... buMi ':!JM olPo AttxaotlT Is announced that control of year the County Commissioners'
ftIaoI r-. ,colors. "r traffic at Walnut and Jefferson spending budget I 18 larger than I bargain
--" -----n street will be provided by the during war yearo, this should not
local police for the'children'. protection be the case. The farmer, the

by order of Mayor:t>arby. merchant are 'now: faced and other with a individuals decline in at the 7k *

NOTICE income therefore; tile County
J. P. Roberts Motors
Commissioners should exercise
Announcing the reopening of wise
every and sane
the Blue Tavern on Oct. economy and
Monday not reckless
7, under new management.Short un-necessary STAR StonE
600 Temple Ave. Fla. spending. Some spending should
and soft orders drinks., sandwiches, beer,' be shall made and will be.m.de, but I
to .
: oppose squandering
Tour business .
appreciated.W. the tax-payer ;
C. (Bud) Rhoden. shall exercise the business money care ,


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I ktares _Tell Story: Of General: Wainwright's Visit To Starker

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.,:.to.; e'l. r 1. Goncra Walnwrtgtit and member* of welcoming committee "," : '. '

-..rI'J. i. san(*;'ai traditional 1 courte!,* are extended to him upon .:: ;. ;i 1 1C' .
arrival the JackNonvtlle Naval Air Station morn .. r
Saturday ..to... ; ''j I I
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Inspects the Marine Honor Guard
34HI during the ImpreiMlve welcoming ccrenionte at this Naval Alt I I t I Ipr Ir It
Station Saturday mornl..-.
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3. The General hakes'* hand,,'"'lth Bradford County Clerkof :

i the Clrrult'Ihrurt"'A, J. Thomas an S. O. Bennmrk. com.niander .
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4. The General with hU. rounln. Bradford County lgl>....
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Na"al11' Station.Saturday morning. .
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I,. times during the day. ,General! \Valnwrlght painm to pat the; !" 1ir

...'..r. "...."' rain-wet cheek of Betty'Lou rate willie two of her companions';

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6. Calling for a militarily trong ('nit"" Htate' ,- General cart 'WM' YMN MMtN.rM r

Wa'nwrljcht' broadcast. his. upeech Saturday afternoon from the -, ,.,IMr.If'worf ,-' tor., ,,
__ platform: In front of Htarke' federal recreation! building. Listening .w j"" a y kjc e
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attentively are Jlmmto Wll on, quadruple amputee! and ......- .- t; + 1. t YS .

his partially paralysed veteran, friend. Don Moody, both ofJacksonville. ...-
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7. Smiling pluckily In cptte of the. drizzling ral... General I .. r
: Walnwrlgbt" ride In the parade witti Governor OaMwelL

Lfct 8. Cutting a .Ib l of cake for Ckvummov. MllUrd. ... Caldwell, f L5 .

General Walawrlght .to pictured at the lJUI'b_' given la hkf(

honor !Saturday! Boon at Ktogcley II;

9. Symbol k) of his love and ........ of the enllnted. man
General Walnwrtght pamie In front of Bradford County' M>r-'
w i r(. r' Ire Honor Hull board to rxtund Mw cordial acknowledgement ,i '( 7 "
Y 4 vx ra F of a "job well done" to Pfe J
borne DlvUinn.. Joe ,,_ preparing to bring bin can.lUI. camera ; S( J 9t'* '
Into action when tho ,rascal ."".... him tu Step up ..... nhare. 5 kr.

In the picture* being taken by a battery of new.p men. J M l.. a veteran of the Fannie theatre having fiMght<
with the lltb. Alrborn* from' tlnvr Ovine to Japan lie waswounded

In action, awarded the Parple Heart.
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rboto credit' No. 1. No. t--R..L. (Red) Kerce T.I1.ha.see ar i rii

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"'.GE TWO BRADFORD____ __ _' ___ __ ._ on. .. __ __. ---- I

I --C pletef ct Of- General Wainwright's Speech In Stark;\

__ .__.. i.ii__t M-fimmffnHMfn.r" -*- I. *
I heard at the
Is confect!
I let
Calling for a militarily (strong your PUWpr w'hict
United Staten General JonathanM. port our World Ie lIIu

Wainwrlght In his speech here fail, t v YOUr II fdersbp,
: .. erty \\1111 and ,
Saturday afternoon i 'h will be )P
uuqq : \" F' In ,
faith In the two-fold 01' \ I' 'an fall."t
of the Administration's : It WI' 'I'lv oar

program: Unification of the our deter, 'Inatlon, at VI tie
ed forces, and universal reaa of arr age cag
training. In a. tw'nwhng r 1 f'

Following li the complete .,.. 't I am nut h..re to .
I the steps ., II
of General Wainwrlghfa ", -
YYi ... tae n ',
delivered at the Veterans' .. diplomacy whIch ''
Celebration In i It would shod\!I
coming ,\-. be
; ne
Sept. 28: : "' .... Judicious for me ioler litl
This Is Indeed a glad + t' ' 110. The role of the aitollJ>l
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all of us. I am particularly if.; ,) .!, :f Art\f'rlcp sytem ,
'''' I "I', ',' !, \ b IOJtJ
to ',, : of
t>\at you Invited me : '. ; I"Yf.i'l I'.' providing the
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the ; ;. :, /' ;t; the defense arch a
celebrating ,: 'Jt the
the men and women of ::>i; .. : of em"rgcncy At Nab
Is UCh I
They have accomplished i charged! with

task they--and you--set ,. the enemy iv i utera', seelnt: fG
do. Along with the defeated with the I het
: least
soldiers, sailors and marines ; Bible In both bloOd '

every part of our great 'JI"'i',;": ......,.....' ,.. .. "., : .:' : In discharging that end*
the ,
they have won greatest .. : I .' within fe (
tory of all time. The Nazis ; \ to point mil, ,pru'inceof thlr.a!

the Japanese no longer :' > ,, ri\\ : : :;i: should be dune, those'n time:
to the of the to u
threat peace : : prevent war ,,r ,If
That mission accomplished administer dm
of : : ??eat
sons and daughters : aggressorWe

have come home to take i :; have entered a nnr

rightful places as civilians ',,' the scientific develop
life of the Nation ,,
', weapons and
By so doing, they 1 aumptlon of ho. liitlel ,
obligations we all have of ," too horrible : t
to ;
to it that the war will not ""tI \ you are not yet contempt
In vain-that CllnliCld
been fought ask your) combat
I vetm
peace we won will be and brothers.

and just.I Time
and distance hive
well remember the day nlhllated by great Mpnb
own return to this Land Darkness and fog have
Is so richly blessed. I had ; ,. quered by radar. Atonm
been liberated from a have brought frlghti*
prison camp My Journey horror to explosive 75
took me through parts of awhk be no doubt that If vt

churia China, and the again these things wig

Everywhere there was ployed against our ho
tion. Hunger, disease and factories and our chi
talked openly. The fighting k Country will be the fat

ended, yet uncertainty tive 'Of any future entn
tension still remained. r, e next time the
falling ofth
was there any confidence vlll come with terrible

future, either Immediate or : ness. There will be IK;:
mote. warning.
Men returning from other
At such
IN a moment It
bring reports of much the
imperative that our defwi
situation. In an alarming spring Into action win
ber of place around the ,8 with effectiveness It mi sj

turmoil and bloodshed + r r a *r late then to make corm

Suspicion and mistrust .y any major faults In our
order of the day. to a'new
or begin hat
Here in America, almost
of all continents, our men gram.
That Li why the Arms
to peace and plenty-and
hcartedly In favor of
"trope that this time we really
proposals on the Past:
fought the war to end all
But as 'we' rejoice .,over' x cs fense program. Those i
Hcatlon of
the armed: lu
return we & 24\/they must :
: universal tratalr!
get;thatr them styl }
important' of The,Atmy favor nnlfiY/
very task,
the peace.' If 11.I a." duty / t cause it would advance
V' tlonal security, bring KI<
heavy'Upon all of us. For.
do forget, If we shirk, we operation and attmlnlitnpecially
sons will have this all to do through the el
again.In of competition In pw
the United Nations we 7)r v and supply and Improve
made'a hopeful beginning '' 1 y'' + '+ zational relationship: \I

building of an 'enduring : k. governmental structure.
un.veni, !
+ As regards
But to be completely "
the United Nations must sr t+al ra + Y v'a training, the need Is just
the vigorous and + Our military strength
be bawl
reasons cannot
port of the American
leadership Is in our hands. : vast standing Army.
can either exercise it for ; k plane, on which we aln

eral good or lose It to proceeding, call for I
may wish to use It for small Regular Army and
end. L ganlzed Reserve and
You will recall Guard, with a full *
after World War ''I we V of officers and a reted
hopes for the League'of In enlisted personnel Ih!

M an instrument for rf be so organized and adr
an enduring peace. We as to be quickly and <

much faith,that we, led the mobilized In an emery
In the destruction of our The ranks of the B*

forces and our, weapons of the National Guard won
At the same'time we be filled\ quickly wit
our support from the &, ) men when the call cur
It become helpless to do would be no time W

for which it wa de training program.As .
Impotence left It an war becomes mon
for the entrapment of the the more men are WJ
in a yet more terrible war.We the more thorough !*.I"
must not let that must be. For the next
agnln. veterans whose home
Building a permanent celebrate today will roc'
a tank for ntuteamanshlp. majority of that vast &

lieve we have the' .. serve. But weapons aware
the determination to changing so rap',*

that task. Eventually scientific age that '

succeed. If we of America learned today become

wart of the requirements. :I distressinglY feW ytI

requirements are: I in time of war we .
of th
First, that we ed. the .defense
problem with mands the ervlce
tience and understanding. I bodied voung eltiw :
world moves slowly. to them and to the ;
through,, an International to It that they are JI
tlon cannot be fashioned in untrained and unp *

Vast differences of race, battles with a" the< t""'

guage.i; of Ideas, of clashing terrible new mstruostruction

ests must be overcome and
ciled before Wff can hope I The universal tit
rive at our gnal. program has been ,
The second requisite Is! ): j give the minimum fle tri'
keep ourselves militarily ing for war *
At first glance that may possible dI ",ptl :
to *ma to be ."' :: e tlonal or job tretmai
our peaceful aim. It Is of yotlngAIIIPl'1ca J

voice of a weakling U e'aw I recommend ecI >
heard and lens 1 often .rr+ a', most fattfniIt
the conference tables. I la all a part' off

nations like Individuals U owe to the men ffiI
for power before wisdom In war to those aho
ing their leadership. For precision crack troops of Secretary of State R. A. Gray; Commissioner of AgrIculture Nathan on foreign sop toN

we wise.must be both down Call Street Saturday after- Mayo; and Don Moody (seated In_wheel chair). vainthat all this shall on WON

A third essential Is that to disperse 10,000 spectators. 3. E. I.. Crawford (third from left) Is pictured with three aby! we shall no hive of'tot "I

Individual cItizen-whether assistants slicing a portion of the 1.000 bra t. the retur'
pounds of barbecued beef paleof !
eran of the armed forces the beginning! of General Wain- Sal' during: the day. County Commissioner i Crawford veteranft and m
veteran of the home front on the speaker's stand from chairman of food. was gen- tie casualties 0acAs
be constantly alert to see of Madison who livered the the reprfSC

that your own leaders are Legionnaire; Mayor C. A. Darby 4. 1.ep'lon Post Commander S. G. Denmark presents beautiful Army and ot i th't r
those things which are : Bradford County Represen Sterling silver tray 10 General Wainwright a form their dutleand
to bring about an enduring honor at ''a reception In his
Saturday ;
It Is your voice which Wainwright: ; Lex Green mas- night in the WOR1an's; Club building. thoue : .fI'B
chairman Florida Railroad Com- Photo eft'dlul Net.
I. No. I-Leo our
(Continued In column of Gainesville Jimmie Wilson Witt, Jacksonville Journal; No. sL 0 recently .:JII
; ; (Red) Kerce TaUahas.ro Daily Democrat a1! A>
; No. 4-T. II. O..bone, Starke. We are it"J to *
with s Job


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Races Provide Thrills Galore Canned Citrus Juices Farmers Receive Instruction In Use Of DDT,

fs Recommended Until At Group Demonstrations Sponsored By FSA

\ Early Arrivals At Celebration : Fresh Fruit Arrives During the week of September I untreated rattle. A warning wan, .

23-27. The Farm Securty: Administration given on the tine of DDt spiay on :

thousands of spectators lining the race course, parallel- Don't "do-without" citrus sponsored group animals since some DDT npravs

Lly-numbered Highway 230, cheered the competition of fruits while you are waiting for meetings of farm families at centrally on the market have a kernnene o, i

R.rd and Putnam Counties' most rambunctious steeds '! Governor Caldwell new crops to come In, use can- located farms In Bradford mineral spirit, base Such a

'I County for the of instructing pray should never be tiscil on !
ioorful Jlomecoming Derby Saturday morning. Attends Fish Fry ned Juices; advises Mrs. Vera purpose
farmers in the use of the animals an the kerosene or mineral -
provided thrills galore for the Walker, Florida State Board of
welve races crowd with On Crystal Lake insecticide DDT.Demonstrations. I spirits will burn the animal

horoughbred and cow-pony events offering climatic I Health nutrition consultant The were presented For spraying of animals a water HOWDY FOLK'SY: '"<" been

in the program supervised by Chairman Everett I Governor Mlllard F. Caldwelland nutritionist pointed out that Improved by Wallace Greenwood,, representative emiilslftablii DDT spray 01 a told that a man Is old wmajsa

eo" and Frazier Shaw. Top honors went to the_ n-_ a number of State officials ,, methods of handling and of th. Educational Division aprnv made with DDT "'..,ablt- the, girls get 01 his nerws fefttr -

f Jim Alderman, cattleman and State Senators arrived early canning have made the canned I Bureau of Malaria Control U. S. powder ami water of not more'' ad of on knees.Clintomer .

ndm. end to the horses rldCharles Races Will Continue for Saturday's celebration and products comparable with fresh I Public Health Service, Jackson. than 2 percent strength wa. "I want to try ..
Elizabeth and were guests Friday night at a ommended
y juice, both for flavor and nutritional ville. reC"1 that Suit In the In-low." .
Lawson of Starke. Each Saturday fish supper given by Senator values. Duringthe demonstrations. the LH O.. llazen local FSA !''In Sklrxman "Sorry, .Ir. h.
Charley E. Johns
ridden by and Carl Johnsat
Trinee. visor states that anyone desIring
rman'a Sponsors AnnounceWith houses and barns were sprayed you'll hat'* to tine the> Jitssi.Ing -
r-old Jimmie Brooks, of the former's summer home on For a drink that gives you a with emulaifl- further information on use of r)DTnhould "
5 water
a percent
In the 440-yard Crystal Lake. quick pick-up with lasting nutritional contact PSA office .r the ., room.
a, the Homecoming horse able DDT spray It was pointedout
ghbred event over "Char- races Saturday Fish were caught during the values, says Mrs. Walker, I by Mr. Greenwood that this Sanitation Engineer with the loral A Chicago n"w l"p"r points)

noted by the owner, Lewisof been judged a first-rate morning having afternoon by Elgin Bayless. chair- mix threat. parts of cold: canned method of spraying Is now being health unit.WtMtdrow. I out that the Covtrn'JfpTnt

Starke. |I success, man of the State Road Department orange Jute (with one part of; Thurman SanitationKnglnoor and distributes the aY* **
plans to continue the sport have I I lined In sections of the state showIng I
be 11th cow-pony canter, been Frazier Bob McClure, secretary of cold pale dry ginger ale. Drink ') the highest percentage of with the tfealth unit. 1 "lt. bv rongre.arnen withoutthe
announced by Shaw. '
r.old Elizabeth Lawson, Supervision of the the State Road. Department and immediately. Then fix yourself malaria Cases In connection with was present at .several of the slightest profit. It mlgM

,irst with "Silver" while will be headed weekly by competition Shaw- Carl Johns.In another one; you'll want it. I thin mosquito control work over meetings and discussed the propermethods aim be added they are read 0

Conner riding James R. '' assisted! by Ed Torode. A 320-, addition to the Governor, A delicious" milk and orange 80,000 homes have been sprayed I and changes that ulumlil lame way.

Ide' i Walnwrlghfa "Gray". Hayless andfClul'p.\ those enjoying drInK for children: land adults) this be made In order for the farm i
yard stretch of the year. I
track on But h.'r'" A mire ugly ti> pro
'..nd. this event were John can be made from equal parts of I Oreenwoofl prfiiiliti to meet riunllal.on I
Highway 230 will serve all the Mr. stated that by fit. Brine \nnr ear fe.
the wild and wooly glnton a n d Ed Straughan. canned orange Juice or mixed atantUrdfl.Mary :
plte DDT it would bt oil
course. \Vla--I' using properly gas, and f
of the country-style ecutive secretary and .. and water or crushed ice. Sweet
ter and economical to
Shaw I easy practical will run tttoctbotttcr-ytl ear
most of the en- stated that the races will the be needed dependingon I
In which Governor; W. M. ening may conttol noxious insects I mosquitoes Jane O'Neal .1 will
begin each you
acked tialnlng other than Saturday at 2:30: p. m. Road Department auditor; State 1 the sweetness. of- the canned ..rv. lontf1
All owners of cow In the roaches ant, moths bedbugs your. driving wi l
cquircd In the try-outs of county will\ be ponies to make Senators Turner Davis of Madison fruit, JultMi;;" j body lice) on the farm premisesand I Mrs. Mary June O'Noa), 87.died easier anti "'pr. Our quick

st three weeks, there was entries. Prizes eligible will be" G. Warren Sanchez of Live' Another way of using canned bring about more healthful September 34, after an ex-' ti|>r>rlor service ls avallabSat

oS accident during the threeof collections based on Oak. Wolford Undler. Lake City. I Juice .Is to mix;' orange juice or living conditions and better tex- tended' nines, at the<< home of her any time.

competition. "Buddy"of among spectators. Walter Frazier St. Augustine i istence for livestock. pnn.. Henry W. O'Neal of fltnrke ,
I mixed citrus with
plainge1t'Yrwa '
Starke received a cut No admission, charge will be Ed Fraser Macclenny. S. D. Horn In Georgia she moved to ( OIL .

head at the close of the made. Shaw said that Interest Clark ( Senate president' designate -: ? base,,,jor jellied sal I insert In the use of farm HDT animal In control two of Hamilton County, Florida 00 y, ar'
race when an Alderman' being shown locally In the sport ), Monticello, Dave Thomas, ads..and deeeerti.j" If you use the applications pouts on per season of a 1, 122 ago. ,i WuMhinff ."ol hlnJ

plowed Into the crowded Indicate that the races will be Ponsacola, Newnan Bra cken sweetened Juices they need. no percent water, emulslflable spray i Funeral services were htM in Creasing:

at the base of the continued weekly throughout the Cre tvlew'. Also\ 'present: were extra sugar. To 'make. the jelly was recommended. It was noted! the Price Creek CemeteryVe.d.lnesday |i I

the east end winter. MacGregor Smith president and I Temple & Lake
stand near ,
8 u... one to""two envelopes of gela. that from experiments made In morning. Sopt. 2n, with
course. His Injury was not W F. Flte, vice president of'the tho Hev. R. I... Lee. offlcUtlng.
the use of DDT as a spray or dip Service Station
tin for each pint of juice, depending
I Florida Farmers Florida Power &: Light Co., Miami
of L.k.aCity
I for Insect on cattle, that treated Wilson home
Green presiding at the R. A. Scott, public relations on how stiff you want it.
yd Rank [ cattle showed. an increase In bodyweight was In charge of airari:<<- Phone 179
hone connected with the HighIn counsel F. P. &: L., Jim White-': Soak the gelatin In a little cool and milk production over mentfl.

public address system, 1945 IncomeFlorida hurst. BrooksvIIle attorney; and juice; then heat It over Hot waterto .- - -

color to the morning'swith Leo Foster attorney for the State I so'rtce er merlonWHCRCAS the CtoUectJon tt ?_. wp Amendingootlona rsi The ..I.tl.aScII at the t.ece
melt and dissolve the gelatin : : Tho W IMSnder .. II and IS ., Article VIU of the t.. Re.. and. frOm lies Sa
his running accounth farmers averaged a net Highway Patrol. I the U"IaIauw.: ol the Constitution .. tOte State of Florida' .. tlm* thereafter enact .lana 55.0115

race. Income of $3,009 in 1945, exceed- After the fish supper the guests and add the remaintngcool juice. tale ol Florida, aid paaa S Joist *oeoluttona > Adopted at too Ooaoral Bleotlon of No.vembee. tho powore.. fiinotlona, dutl.apenaalloa Collectorsated and.
le the M44. aIlS Amendment to Pro. of County Tax
de from the prize-money ing the national average by 73 spent the night in the lake homesof Don't heat all of the ;juice Made Conrtltutloo propoalns.. .... omendmenta Stale .( Florida, eixIho tdn re* the _..Numbar""'. ., eotioni In paragraph 1 of this "..".

performances which caught per cent and ranking bth among Sen. Johns and Mr. Johns in :i this way, the jelly seta more oamo war of all agreed the to Dumber 07 a* wIn olectei ot. oIhreetirUia 1 Sutton II and a>f I*th... State Article ol VIII Florida of me aa Adopted ConaU. end loetlnn.ahall aare, .: reportingbureement for sad =

rowd's particular fancy in- farmers of other states, the re- order to be on hand early for the quickly and precious vitamin C each houea that the eotaa eel aald .t the 0_.... Election 1 la Novomhor1H4 of all .* .1.. _.

the riding of .Jimmieo search division of the Florida celebration activities Saturday. is conserved. their Joint respective"..ohIU_.._were.... .. with entered tho opoo you of Xrtloto, and. lo VIU Amend el ....4.J! :.. and of II County Tan C'I .

the Palatka youngster, State Chamber of Commerce reported I and ..,. thereon and. thup did determine the state af Florida sod .. ProvIde abet 4 3
---- - and direct that tbo eelS JoinKoolutlnne In the County ., HUlaboroush.. State ol HO17J JOINT HJHOf..lJTlfMf.wfj
f 11-year-old Agnes Law- i today after a comparative bo aunmlttad to the elector Florida, the County Tax Aaaeaaor anal] A JOINT MESOL.UTION PrupoeiiAmendment .
who in the eighth racet study of Income from agriculture .I the state ol tbo Guests Klootloa laNnwi'Mr A.... tli. Property .f the County foi t* Article XVI, of Ih.i 0
.. County. dilution of th Slat of Florida.I
1411. Ski purpoeo Levying State. *
"Scout" In second wither during the last" calendar year. Jos. Rabeck Round Is Up Machinery NOW THIRirOrir.: .. It A. ORATOcretar .. School and Munldpalltlea In the Countyof Adding; Thereto An Additional Beetle'
entries ridden by adults. of the Htato ol Florida. Hlll.barougbj Bxeepl: the City ef Plant ProvIde for the Appointment hy a
I "The average net Income per do ..t.OI.Ie" I that o City. Florida, which Shall bo Exempt current Resolution of the Senate .
rd youthful member of them farm 1943: ranged'> from $6.031 GENERAL ItXCTIOMwill from the ProvisIons .. thla Amendment, Houaa of Repreantatlvaa ofof a D''
\ bo bald In each county .In florin Taxea & the state. County, the Budget and Au..".* melalur
For Club 81 Plant Here t _
Charles won the ::a:1at.: :
family In California to $896 In West VIr- Cliquot )titling on Tueaday next aueceedlnS the tlrel County School BlaUlcta, to P.rlb hIs PowaarPuuea
and wan second In the llth2th !I ginia. Highest! Incomes were Monday In November. A. D. 1_. Ib. Special Tax School Dlatrlota and thaMimlclpiHUea and Term \d.
Mid T'rsdaY 'belns the of the County Kacepl the tire.
races. Little Bill For- found principally In the west FIFTH DAY OF NOVKMBCM: City of Plant' City Florida.! BE I IEOLv BY TrIW "fl.
of Starke on "Dolly" won I In Joseph Rabeck retired from bin 13. "We can weld 'em" he said for the ratification or retortion of The BK IT IUCtOLVr.6 0V THK UfOISLA- TURK Of I'LORA
where farms large or or
are Amendrr OP TH* STATE OP FLORIDAI That the following
beer bar business in Starke with in referring bo the minor breaks. isiS Joint Keaolutlnna propoaln Tunis Amend..
20 prize for the children'swhen near the grain producing sections. I _nt, to the CoruUtuUon .* tho SUM That th. following Amendment of l tide' XVI of the Con.tltutlon of *"
Jimmle Hardenbrook the demise of Camp Blandlng but I Other bottling equipment obtained ef rioruu visiUNATB Article VIII of the Conatltutlon ol Ihe: of Florida, b adding therein an .
Delaware and Florida were exceptions -, Slat at Florida relative to th* Aaaw.ment lionel b* known a* l
disqualified for cutting in. to this general pattern." there's too much energy In the I on his 3800-miletour Includea I and. Collection ol all tuea In lha be and.the earn la hereby agreed to e-edl

second.r boiler, capper filler, syrup fll.I JOINT *B!! 51.UTtOJ* WO. M* County .* SUUaboRMigh. Slate. nt Florida, hall b* ..bl""" to the elentorg .eke
Prescott was the chamber's researchers stated. Rabeck constitution to permit I A JOINT RESOLUTION. Pnpoaine; .D by Re-Numbering' Seetlon" II a. adopted State ef for ratification rejection
first-place winners were states with ters water filters, saturator, car- Amendment to the Conitltutlon ol th. at th* Oeneral election af 144 M aa to at the general elacllon for Hiaantatlvea .
"The eleven aver- of 'Idleness. To those I
long periods Article It read Section li of Article VIII lie bald In
make t* Uin
bonator, three new stainless steel BtMe of Florida, to bo known aa > ,year .
d Conner on J. R. Walns age Incomes below 1.500 were In who knew him it XX, Sections I and I. Th_'. Ralatln of the ConaUtution of the Slat of Florida as fnlliut. '
was a foregone tanks and two used trucks. Amending Section II ofArtl" Tho .e
"Gray In the openingof to the Consolidation.. Abnllnhlnf or Cra and by 8ECTJOM: M. L.gostaere Sc
the South and In New England. conclusion Jthat Joe Rabeck. backe4by I Mr Rabeck wa granted the otln. of Certain Couorjp oiflcci and the VIII .It I .... ConaUliMlon nf thaFlorida. low provide for o DIrector of the morning; Judd Star- FJorlda: andjiaiare: wag! "npat c' I. Aneiiment" and Tollorrlnn of Muniaiai" ..... of M adopted. M the 'ion.VtU who hall. b appointed by o B'tfieuiMfoluUnn *
nth/!' MarkS rUffg entry"* \ ,XftrflyOTla.hltf Cl1quM.Z Club CeBclei.4aoL.Z .?,lus..es.IM'mSe.uue.SOe- \ Oraoi' ::;alto '! "' fI' ':: tko Sonet* ontaua CdSrpteerntltlecf
exception accumulated during the five yearsof cember"'for 10 counties County Fiorina* and a-rovldln for 00.1- I ant rhHFf bV tar;
e second; Larry Odom on Including .'."d..m Eloctlnna. for Aaeeptinpo er Rejection of thi Covet Online .,.th. Stale of .Inienl with other provtotnno of this c
"Detailed tabulations on per thriving Blandlng business, Bradford Clay Marlon, Columbia, at any Law ... Laws Inarted. by Florid. sod to *xolud the City of Piani! .1".1. proM-nbo tola encore and o '
er" In the fourth; Elizabeth of Florkl' City. tram saId Amendment .. and tha for his oniiof
farm income In Florida show cash would soon "yet back into Home- Union Baker Gllchrlnt the LeRlllalura of the State quaUflt'atlona
'm on "Silver" In the sixth; Levy, and a' Provided la said Propouil Amend am. la hereby agreed to and. shall. be efflra. tho. lonitn of which shall. .
receipts of $0,218 and $397.! non- thing." This week that 'something" -I I Putnam. He became interestedIn ...bmll to the &I.e_. ., the State wholly. .within the dlieretlan ol thoHUti.re I a
Ie Brooks on Aldeifnan'avieve' Income. making a grosa In- began to take shape. I l "ME'! rr n r:'.oi.vro BY TH* LBortit.A' af Florida for Ratification or ItejectionI and shell not be lImited by ._
In the seventh Bill money the enterprise through'con. Tl'HI or THK: STATIC OF FLOItlDA to b* held onth 1. ArUcIo XVI of _
; come from agriculture of $6,613.: Recently Joe and his wife JOKe.I versation with an official of the That the followtnf amendmrnt. to the *u.orl..II;. : alter th* first Monday \ua -1 C..tlu .
ck on Alderman's "Jimmy" I Constitution of Florida' la lie known. a. la November IMS) S
Government payments to the phlne I hence the name Jo-Jo that company who stopped at his! i I ,Article. XX. _110'". I and .. thereof. SECTION II. I. From and! after January 111.1
Jimmie Brooks COMr
e eighth; states's farmers averaged $96. once graced their South Wfclnut rooming house one night. The I I nlatltm to the eon.n lldallon. aboil.hln. ; I. IMS. the County Tax Anaeeaor' ofIfllIaberouib OS
nan's "Prince" In the ninth and eraatlns of certain. County .(fic.i County shall auee all. A JOINT HMOIUTION Proposing' Oi*>
"Production expenses, lower in Street business) returned from a 10-county franchise costs $300 end for .*...mnent and eolleetlon of minlHpal property for all State, County. School Amendment of Section M, at Article 1S1
tabcth Laws n on "Silver"twelfth. the states two-weeks hedge-hopping tour by ,.... by County tea .M...... I"Or. and Municipal. T.... to pa levied. InHilleborauxh of the Cnn.tltutlon of the Wale of 1'_:
In of .
Florida than semi-annually.
e any ..... County. Florida and providing County by Ih. state, Ida Relating to AnproprlatlonaiH
ranking higher in net income per plane for the purpose of rounding Assisting Mr. Rabeck In get. for referendum. electionS for .-'."". County.. County School bard SchoolDlatrtrla. rr RMoivri BV THC i '
jes were A. B. Whltehead vr rejection, of any. law or I... onactei Special Tax School Dletrtota and $1151 or THE STATE or'
Norman J. D. farm, amounted to an average of up machinery for the projectedCliquot ting his plant vet up and his will- toy the Leffilaturo. of Flnrtdo .. provide. Munlelpalltla. : eieepl lo the City of Plant That the following .m..."_nlID'
Seymour, $2,805.: This factor and good citrus Club Bottling Company of be manager Is Herbert Morrison. therein bo submItted to the ....1111.. Cltv. Florida which ally mall b* a*en.pi Mon to, Article III of the Cnnstltotte.the -
J, Crosby and Willie An- elector, of the tloto of r orlda fa* dOve front the pro-rl.lona at title Section.I. State of Florida relating, to .
and truck prices accounted for Starke- -Joseph Rabeck sole formerly of Invernena and a vet- lion or roectlon| et he tierS g..r.I The Veglelalure shall. al the Legla.latlvo .- atlona lo hereby agreed to and .pr_
Lacey Norman served as the comparatively better positionof owner. One piece of machinery eran of World War It. With his .,....tln. la bo ".14"! IB .... irear !.... ......... III IM1. and from .Umo to ...brla to tho electors *f the MaM
Starter. tv-wlti time thereafter, jaws apaalfylng the of for rallfh-ettnn or re ei
Florida's farmers. led to another and before the vet priority Morrison Is entitled to __ power, funatlcna. dutlea and eampenastine the Election' to bo held MNovember.
:lowing the horse racing a Rabecks returned home they had of 60 ANTICLB XX of tho Count Tan A.a.nor leelgoated o.I 541: that to to lhaj
a quota of 80.000(
bicycle race was staged on "Compared with 1913 Florida percent .ItCTION.. The Letlalatur lo ..,th...- In Paragraph) t of Section II. end .all" Section M. Article lit of tho. e_
14 cent pretty well covered the eastern pounds of sugar) per year-"but bed and empowered. to provide by low ahall lUtawla provide by law for thoextenelon rtltutlon of of Florida' ohan bo]
ghway.. the $::5 prize going farmers received per down In At- ., laws. enacted by II at tOe ".ul.. aealo on the Aa.aaaiii ilt atoll of the amended and .amended ahail feed *t
seaboard and it"
dropping try get he commented.That's .
nald more Income In 1945 while production baM M A. D. *547. er at antegular County Tan Aaaaeear. of all teeea levied lollowat'
Carl Carter
Crtffis. 8 lanta, Greensboro, N. C. New York the hold-up now. aaaalon thereafter. for tbo eonnlldatlon. by the State County County SchoolBoard M Lawi inektsg tko so-
increased percent .. School Dlrtrfot.. Ta.SetteeI .1(1 .
econd. expenses abolishing" er araatlni any Special for the aolanaa of pubMaiofflclala
This margin disappearedthe Boston and Niagara Falls. In "If we could get sugar we County Office I In Oranio County Flor Dlatrtata. and MunlclpallUa' lo.aated omplaiteee. and) all orheo)
would pick a would be In Ida Provided, there le ncaptod from In the County ., HUl.borough.
each place they up operation next tho State ahall oontalo
following year as expenses in- the alfecla ol thla Article' ludfaa of olourtat Stale of Florida, with the ......110.. of other aublect ahall pro- I:
I Tonsils Lead creased 1 per cent more than Income piece of used machinery wait until month" Mr. Rabeck stated. "Uut and to provide for tha aeaeiemen.. th* City of Plant City, which 'la hereby :::.no bo a Incident of nor... other ooi \
of municipal lamet anaMaamanti. eiempt from the provlalona' of Ucla ,
it was crated and shipped, possibly we have to wait for the new and eolleetlon bull evproprlatlona 1
sical Defects 1944 to 1945"It : or either of ..._. by Count Amendment for.0pro.r..I. .,.p ,.**. !
obtain a hint as to where crop, and it might be after the tax atticS In aald County. Any law aa SECTION II. I. From and after J.au.ary If... eltlee. or other.political aiibdlvlalooo.

First Graders was stated that maintenanceor another piece could be found first of the year before we get enacted respectIng Iho aoniolldatlon ..r.r..U. 1, IMg. u a wounty Tax Collector In of the Stato. eonroprlelloea far perononent
Shall tear
.. County office p
of any
of buildings machInery tIe County ef Mllliborougn. SUM of tao>
depreciation and enplane for their new desti- going." n be tho ..."., .N. duties and comoenaatlnn Florida ahall. collect all' taaea .levied m elate. ': for 'low .
I last of the .,ne... d..lo".'''' tharelto .. u7p'1.'U
and equipment year the Stats CountySchool
the County by County
the 98 first grade students I nation. Included In the CHiuot Club linn ... dutlea : i : ; enacted at prior
total of .1. and dlecharne the otha ',. School biatrtcec. Special. lw.l.lalirre .r.r. I :
i physical examinations at cost Florida farmers a Their biggest find was made in are 14 .different bottled drinks. I I offices au eonaoUdaled, or. created...and.. Tie School Dl.tricta and Munlalpalltleaof fnnda end trust fimda.. ..... be .' /
the -
to emoted ra.oectlnl
amounted I law en
S. recently, 66 (almost 60 $12,657,000. Taxes New York where Joe purchased. Mr. Rabeck expect! tit employ .any ten! and aoltectlon of municipal tease Hlllanorough County Florida except In one feneral .""rno..Inn bill er oi f
mortgages In Ih* City of Plant City It be nc exempt amendment or ."0"'. thereto. .n .
nt) were found to be In good $6,199,000 and Interest on at what he beamingly described from 1> to 20 persona! when he _and..........m..I.efflrera. or ahall either provide of them for tnaejeumi. by. Iron tho provurfnne: of thla Amendment.a. : I .h.ll be for rn longer"than' twp A
Other expenseswere tax The Legislature. ahall at the Leglalallva All approorlatlona maife prior .
leal l condition. Thirty-seven 1343000. ts "a steal", a bottle washer and gets into good production, and collecting accounting tor and Seaalon of let' and from lime to adnntlnn of this aectfnn' ,'" ..s.-

pronounced fair and only B listed as feed $21.333.000; soaker with a capacity of 120 will eventually, have a fleet of I. ..'... Bower., function, dutIes and eoinpenaa- ahaU of liMT.JOTJT .
4618.000; capita July I.
classified as In poor health. livestock purchased, cases pr hour. Of course, there five truck to .service his 10- I .. and fur eompan.atlnn for. thin. ol County Tax Collecur deilunaiedIn -
and lime $34.838.000, ...." county taxinc oflicara for acrvlcerendereil Paragraph I of Section 11, and hall ,
8e fertilizer here and there SSotis
figures were made public was a broken part county territory. Incident thereto.' That If any IlkawlH. provlil for the collection" rareniatody. ,
week by Dr. A. Y. Covington vehicle operations. ft.328,000; hired but the huge machine arrived In Rabeek's franchise originally Included ,auch law renpeetlna' I". eonaolldatlon .. reporting and dlburmenl' of oriTrnn ire. tr* '
and miscellaneOus .r craat.on: of any aounty efllcee la aceDted .II Oases ooUeatad bll'I... county TaxCoUaotvr. A JOINT HCSOI.UTlnM Propoalng, am
tor of the Bradford County i labor 48690.000 Starke Monday and Is alreadyset St. John. and Flagler and ratified al tha referendum Amendment. to Article. V of the ConettKilion -
$37,013,000. election' hereto' pc,",,'" nirh. law .aha, of .
!b expenses that Mr. Rabpckto. Counties but these en
In plant I were .
Department who conducive up a released become effective wItS ceapect to the. of Aditltlnnal, the rteelinn -
first grade clinics on Sept. converting from Rabeck :Villa by him tn Col O W force affected thereby on the flrrt Tuea.d I of the rbr.t1.IT of Aecnr
Iho met, Minday In. January BO"R'If onT BFJIOI.UTJOM NO. lit 'tn and '
'y after and the
1 and 16. Governor Endorses his former rooming house just Griffin and John W. Dillon\ of 01 any year. Immediately auneodlna; the A JU1MT Mcaut.UIION fropoamg an Cmntv fnll.ln.loe.mbl.. C..",,..

most prevalent defects were north of the city limits on Road St. Augustine 'general election had ubaequant. to .ash Amendment to Article& VIII of Uie Conllltutlon BE IT ''O'.V'D nv THI i.snterjt.
to Save .. referendum election at .which electora for of the State of Florida HelatlvoA rue or
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In temporary teeth, found I --- prealdenl of the United. Ifiaiaa are votedfor. Aaaaerment of Property tor Taaea and EmrrinN *
; end If any auori law rarpectlntf the the Collection of T...... .by Adding roic..I't..ftnn ef ,T.I rt"rlel FInesse bo
total of :SO first graders; and More Waste Fats i Teachers From 3 Counties To Attend Forum assessment and eolleetKfn, of ,munlHpa, thereto Additional' Soiling ta Providehat amended by adding thereto. an additionalecMon
r ted or diseased tonsils found ; taxes and ..'e.afl.nta. or either of them In tha County. ol May State of lo be .. .. Oecflon es
today endorsed : by county tax orllcera la ........d and Plortda, the County Tax Aaaeaeor shall nld Ample' ."a... .o the election' .
I I Caldwell Educational Methods
><>ys and 14 girls. Governor On Modern Octber 15 ..!JI'ed at the referendum aleotion a.. "Meaa the Property of the County for the the. Judge of the of lte" >rd hi and
attention the aame .h.ll beaome .* of Levying State County, School ,. C..r
Wargeil neck glands were and calle.l I public provided Herein urpoie eamhlo Crnl. and. Iho Count
effective on the "firm day af January and Munlolpal' laaa. levied, by In. .
SolIcitor of raid
of County tho eame lo
''I 1 >In a total of 11; anemia to the campaign to save waste Approximately 200 members Delegate will participate In "eat auccaedln; SMell ralerendum" aloe, Stale County, County .School Hoard, .hereby acre.d lo and ihVI.. .tihmllleAtn '
> the national personnel In schools i linn School 0...,'..... Special" Taa Ikhonl Ola- the elertora, of fa '" meet the teaching three .
nt to parallel discussion .
m 10, and heart mur1 kitchen fats groups, BECTIOM I. Before any law ".....1..... "I"' and Municlpalltlea ef the County* ,for rit' f'r.t'on rele-t'on. .t rrd.
1' t Other less frequent shortage of materials for soap of Bradford.. Union and Clay devoterf to primary, intermediate in tne preceding' =tlon. of thla Article I ne: rr NRHOLVEO nf TtiR LEoiftuA.TVIInVOF ...I ricrllon I..be held. on t.the fire,
will assemble at the BITS I ahall be of any .. end effect. It Shall : TMK STATE OF' FLOMIDAlThat Tre'Osv after the fled Monfle*. MM
''u t | countieS
were impaired vision 3. making.; i and high schOol! grades. It Is be accepted. and ratified by a majority' I th* following Amendment !0 Article ._.... la44t aa followalrrriON -
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'u cooperates auditorium building Thursday, vote af the quallf-ed e.0tore' of ...
> :5 I. scabies 2 bronchial housewife who ViAl of uc. Constitution *f tha T lu". of the Court
"The stated that the County Florida. at o referendum 'leetluoto of rtirord In r .
will rnhlit
Caldwell 10 for demonstration, talks program ": Include Slat af Florida relative to Ihe Aaewment County
ma 2.he Governor Oct. > be rallal and held for Ihe purposeof and ,
in this campaign and Collection af all laces In the he CointT Sollpltor "ii-t Count*
''and forum on modern educa-l I demonstration in the of determining whether each. law shell hell hereafter be .'_ ,
immunizationsgiven a fair price open use Ceunty ef Bay State of yionde. by odd- b the niiallflodlalertora
following "is paid '
said .. and ratified: or rejected oy
I eeepted thereto of .r'14 >
language-arU Ing additional aectiona te beknown eoiinly n Mato andennt.
diphtheria protection the conserved fats by her meat tlonal method Superintendents, materials by representatives the qualified. elector. ol Mid, County aa Section. 14 and Section is. be officiate are a'ecred' .Tho flretelection
for t.) re- supervisors and teachers of the Dow-Wllstjn S.irh referendum electIon' ahall be aeid and the same .la hereby dried to and of tho. Judee of the
eel 29 principals,
: diphtheria! booster irrigations dealer and. she also helps within' ninety' ...,. after the effective hall bo eubmtttad t* the tuners of the Rwnnt m and fir Ex-amh'a' C..r .!
: 15 vacclna"Umber depleted supply of of the three counties will at- Publishing Company of Evanston date of any such law. The SoarS of State of Florida' for ratification or r.,_ af the County Sulleltor of wl-1' cnunry.
; smallpox the I
plenish and 'lilt. a discussion of the use of County CiJtnmlaalooera. aSahi provldo ,for lion at the general election te bo Held' ...'1 be ..'" at the. Cr er.f election' In
which has been scarce tend.Hours the holding .. any sueS referendum election on the fIrst Tuesday alter the first .IMa. to t ke offIce the. "
of sent slips soap for the conference: areannounl"ed library materials, and visual aids! ; and none thereof. ahall. be publtohedby Monday to ".,,__. ..... a. follow.iSECTION ...the fires Monde* In J....1-,
parents hard to get. raid Board one each wean for otJeeet In. 'term ., foue
a* from 9:30: a. m to talk by apeclallnU:/ in remedialreaJiag' weeka tmmedletelyeat I*. ill From and. after veer Tho term ea
'Wng public four tenure of ...
but the office of
immunizations Is In an heretnfnraior
January I. IMg, Ihe County Tax A.*
I "The campaign for In the date of marl election. eaorIn ,
Winifred Geiger. the prior hereafter appointed
Mrs. Intermediate to her
and e of thofflcea
1 to state what protection the the economy of 3:30: p. m In a newepeper. af general circulation. M Sad County of Bay. Stale ef Florida.ahall kereln mentioned ... bo
Interest since < not ee-
Mills Elizabeth primary gradand .. all property for all. Stele .
I ha.i disrupted of Lake Butler a forum on sail County Exeept herein othcrwleeprovided tended hereby. Any eacenev either
previously had. These I and nation has the Iowa af th* Stale relating County', Scboul and Municipal texca .. of eaid' efffnee .
state school which otto
the Green Cove Springs, high) problems oce r to said
' of conducted' .
Clayed and any Warren, by holding of general election ahalloover b* levied In the County by the State, first. Tueeitay .
until Informa- to tn* f"t
more by this shortage and !ofr". T. H Osborn! of representatives of the Stat. Department the holdlnej .. any eveS. referendum .. County., County. School 1 _d. School January. IMa, shall.\filled by Monday annotate.m>
11&11 available Dr. Coving- ''I to Ml It will help keepthings .,__. If any ouch .law ahallbe Dutrlcta, Special Tax School Oiatrieta. men by the Oovemor end oonflrmatloak
measure will be the presidingsupervisors of Education and the and Municipalities,
'ta'ed. safely ahead towards Starke eeepted and raUfled by the majorityof by the Senate .heretofore nrvetdoa by
moving General Extension partletpellng in any euea at The Legiaiature shell at the .
Division. alectora Led* the Constitution 'In c. toy any
'embers of the P.-T.A. who reconversion and recovery referendum election aucb .law snail be- latlv ........ m lie? and from Umo W longer titan until b. firm.Titealae ofteethe
'-1 the war?' -- ----- j ....... end bo In full force and effect, .but time thereafter, enact lane epecifymg the. fleet Monday In Jan>iarv. IXO anal
health department the effects of rr at any ouch election majority of the power, function, dutIes and eonipenaa- I". term or tenure of 5, .n,._
J In conducting the clinics from pay four centJI Service Officer each Tuesday Thursday and Saturday lector pertletpaung therea ....,,1 vote line ef County Tax Aaevasu,. doeignatedto appointed to either af .514'.fffcea foe
: Meat market.l ...1"" "' 'acceptance end ratificationof parigrapb I of u... Section 14. and the term beginning m IM1 aha'l
Mr Junlus 1\\.(. Smith, Mrs. for ktchen fat:'. The and til* office in the ccurt-:: aucb. law. It ahall bo nun end void' nail ..........* provide by law. for the 0 eald fInd Tiiewlae ." mo oeptaoin Seed
Canova. 351$. L. A. Canova, a pound ; supported by Will Divide Time h..weII! opec from 6 to 12 and and ef no fore and .'1., The aaneeMlng -. eelenelon oat th. a.m.meot roll of ine Monday In January, lt40.SJH.TIOM .
campaign 1:4: beng board at Mid Cot Ity shell, certify County Ta. Aaeeeaor of all ta>.. levied,
T T Long, Mrs. Hogan S. Department of AgriCUl Between 2 CountiesI from 1 to 3. lie will be In Green the rewult of any auch referendum by taco .1.... County', County. Schooloerd. Conitltullon I aoafllct Any provIsIon.berewiui le of.k__

'I 11. Mrs s. A. Weldon. Mr!!. I the U. Cove Springs en :Mondays, Wednesdays election Ian daya te after tho Secretory the holding of thereof.movt State within. School. Dtalncte Sehool and Oletrlcte.axunlelpalltlea.SECTION Special. -. by' repealed, .

*. Wiggins and Mrs. Merrill ture. I Lee Crosby Service Ofter. and Fr'ilays.AH I -
( and M
1' r. TurrMONV
1k I ,mnrM-' ; t""I1 ,. "o. II "' .* the
oLrrrinrt .
a'cnun'I : JonT la* la the County of say State of rio, treat Seal of Iho ... .
health .. all type' his time between I any phase of the program I JOINT aaaoLUTIOM Proposing enAmeodmenl 'Ida. shad alt F aiSle mm
director was gratl- paper punch" he WIU divide A ..! *.tovl** m the llhaMee the C.D_. tflhr Mi let

by the large number of par-I books. ring bIndC1'" II n BradCounty i.t,cu., = .A 0. J.S*'*.. oT,* fewISSA'U"

*ho were present to obtain other ItI-m. at the ilr. Crosby will be In'I Starke at hie office. I I" AaM.axnan> .* freperty for Taaea and 0_ lad ..1": Seeratery *f state.Il'

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*Sept.20--Gainesville 19 BBS 7 .

l Sept.27-Bunnell 0 BHS62Here :

*Oct. 4Lake Butler .

*Oct. 11St.Augustine .3 f....... There I I ...

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ti. '. -I.... --' ".-"",., "..r ;I' ir--;...;...' -- .. : : JV'r< !f.ithYou Every'Tgp..1
.d, :. : r -cofJbLUf'K.. .. Tornadoes! Insurance
'*0ct. 25 OperiDatetrNov. '. "f.' : .( '.s J\\ .1:1 '\' \.. I
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--Palatka There -
: *Nov -Newberrv Here ROBBINS, .
The Rexall Store Agency

*Nov. 15Fla.Naval Academy Here ,.
Lees See' I;'.A Pleasure See You At The
"Go To It
*Nov. 22-AI ac h ua Here Every home Game To Tornadoes Back TORNADOES. Game TonightThe

*Nov. 28-Fernandina Here
A ". Starke Charley E. Johns Cannon's C rden's

Taxi Service Agency Grocery & Mid. Service Station
'Phone 160. J
Go Get 'EmTORNADOES JYe,Back,The Best Wishes See Us For 1'e Clothe 1M
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Tornadoes Family
To The Team! Sporting Goods
100 Percent' .
4l .
J VService .
A The Bradford Barksdale's

,,. ) .. Station Lappe Bakery Star Store Hardware. Clothing Store

Let's Support A Good Team
Starktls Fined {We're pulling
Our {Winning Team Deserves Our A Good Team
Jewelry Store Backing For The Tornados/
.' 'S -. Needs Good Food1 --
.. .-1:; :: JVe Serve It/I
-" ''M' Farm Home
Harley F. Strong Central
& Auto
., Supply Jeweler Auto Supply Gwdon.Gri. Dry Goods
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r t .. Eat 'Em UpTornadoes Everybody Out Good Luck
. I ; For Tonight,,Game To The Team firing home the Bacon Fill The Stand
. Adults---------75c 1 Florida Bank .

.t t Auto FountainII. at t Starke 111kI .9ktu Fins & Fea the!

Students, Service Men------ -55c C. Brown W.T. Gill Member F.D.lC. ElectrIc Service -... Fish and PonltrJ

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