Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 10, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02976
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OPENING OF ; .. re ter.The public turned up but a solution low. I have been doing engineeringwork Although a majority; of the,, a''1'h 1 v
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.. ';( did not. At least the onlyIIU..eated practically all my life and City, Council will be elected.at .
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\. .' oang solution, agreeable to the only sensible way to, do this the polls in the City Election >r '

all parties, hinges on the State thing would be to tart your wid- next Tuesday, the event r:

rd Board of Health making an analysis ening and clearing at the Brookerend has thus far elicited little interest "

n* of the water in Sampson Lake and work toward Starke. and a light vote is expected -: J i
Don't dump the water in on us Council candidates I
Colonial Florist before we are ready to take It : unless t
i minute
i } away." begin a last I
drive to get their friends to I'

_1 Brooker J. V. Edwards and 'manager, Jr., of also the of the polls. ';" ,

China Tung Groves, Inc., described City registration has now .
'the success that hIs con reached a new high of 1.071

v. :*/ cern has had with disposing of -:= 75'' more than last year's ..

... surplus water through two 10- total of 986! but indications, t !
inch drainage well sunk about at present are that the picture i ,

: 402 Nona Street Starke Florida I'' their years ago in a email lake on next Tuesday will be for $ i
He that '
property. suggested
different from last September's t ,
.r two 24-inch, or even smaller well,, '
1M voter
4 ... spirited voting when ,
.. .. '' ,. might solve the problem in the
'1i.. : ." turned out at the poll to elect a .
: : '" ,:rw..;;:',. '",:. Sampson area. full slate of candidate from the i ;
.,-'*' '-".J1A :\: .. .. ,. .. '.''',J ';g .,', "' H. V. Knight attorney for W. Mayor, through the' Marshal and )
H. Smith of vast woods- t
,,' ; owner .
: ; r City Clerk.
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"." land in the Sampson area, stated
," "..'. !." .':". i nuat: stop, say farmer and town that much timber hi client's This 1* the -"off year" and 'al- .'
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_'.. .",., .. .' '..j' ;t\\.!' rkle e< area. So far no one has come though the importance of the' r
:. t ," "', ,1. property was being killed becauseof
t ,/ ;!;I' ". ...'.' ;, '1"ti m that Is agreeable to all concerned.and the banked up water and that election cannot be denied In view, i'I .'

,? !1i',.. ',..>,, ',' :' ," : .", he would refuse to permit the of the fact that three places on, 1 t ,
., (: the Council are to be filled therehmve I k r f
r..:, ,," t' widening and clearing of the ,
of ''r. :.iI? ', \ ae stating whether< or not It !is canal into Rowell and been no red-hot issues to .! t I
.7 :''' '. ., or fit to be passed Into an 'under' Sampson Lakes unless the runs capture the imagination of vot- t ..
.. J channel two I trs and stir pr..elecUon-lnt./ ,
I"v" ty ground through or were also widened Into Santa Fe up I'
:'t.r ,tsI more drainage wells which mightbe River. eat jl$ t'I
'!" j' used successfully to lower the candidates-A. B. Baker, i
Several speakers expressed' their Five
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.'," ,. .\.>',,/. \(. level of banked up water thereIn belief that resident of the''Brook H. A. Bishop, Jr.. W. M. Edward; '4 I
time of flood. er area are unduely alarmed about L. O. Hazen and James A.'Lewis I Jj
," ', "' "yi .. I** After a brief summary of the the effect that the clearing and -are vying for the three'Council, i r-

J\, ;' "ii'' nan situation by Senator Johns, the widening project would have on seats at stake next Tuesday. E., I
''I '/: I., meeting wan thrown open to discussion their property."I Of the three Councilmen whose 'I i I:
./1' '._ : ..r1 e- and Hoard Chairman M. don't understand all this talk term expire In September only I t tMI'

-i:) / .'t. .. r 'e, O. Harrell, a resident of the about 'extra'! water" said James Edward 1* asking for.... .I.c. '

..J .'f '. '. rs Brooker. section, stated that If Hornsby, veteran farmer of the tlon' He II 1 a veteran Councilman 'I'{'. J i
,.. .;. ..."" tout additional water were brought Into Rant, Starke area "You folk at having served for many year on. .
'1'" '" .;;-, the Brooker. section, folks along Brooker wouldn't get any more the City governing body and wa JI I I't I

: : w -.."" .'- :' .. Jd the Santa Fe River would water than you're getting nowIt for a period its I ''chairman: ''t

i '\ ____ .: ___. .:. to, lose a considerable portion of eventually gets to ;you.. anyhow Incumbents C. A. 'Knight- and ..I I '

:" idIS: their farms. "More water should Cleaning out the canal would Junto M. Smith did ,not offer !

,wv' ., "'"' f"': *. '- ty not be. turned In on us until provision simply allow the water to get to for re-election. t,
,vv \ '. I, /,'i" is mad below (I. e. in the you faster and keep It from banking The three Councilmen 'elected .

r, .,,,' .,t.. .': e- ,Santa Fe River) for carrying It up on us. Cleaning out the neat Tuesday will hold office for,
r'y It away." canals won't make any more water t
; : two'' year terns.eaPd. .
VF p ..:.... rnm: "But something baa got be ." .. _. ; ,\ ; .
,> .' .. ". don for us-and soon," Aubrey, Mr. Crosby responded that "rw. I ;
.. ." ,IA1' a. Moore, farmer of the East Starke more you folk around here open '
/ ; .. 0 section said. "I have*only a jjaaU' up '.and drain, the more, water, $ : \I ':il' dl,
: 'cowifcs'dowtrtui'U*. oa4ltt nlf"a-m .
old place about, five .ere'bul. 1 + "
6th used to make a living,!! on It and already, bad. If they get any worse iL
Monday September ldt.>Ytt support my family. I haven't been- bur farm will be ruined." Appeal Agent.Appointment <
Chas Ben-
able to farm It now for 'S Vf'n 1t''
10Ir years/ because of the extra! water nett, who had been Invited to the of O. ,L. Patten ,

that has been dumped on us." meeting by Senator Johns, suggested Starke attorney, as Appeal Agent J I I f( I

11 I F. J. Shaw and R. R. Prevail, that the ultimate solution for Selective Service Board No. /i'
also of th'ls'' section told similar'might be a project for draining 18 (comprising Bradford 'Clay.. I I1!

We take pride in announcing the opening in Starke of one of the most Id.n stories trees of flooded, and other fields, hardships.destroyedfruit the the entire Gult.Such Suwannee- a project River wouldbe valleyto and this Union week as counties total) registrationfor was made'1 :"t'1"I'

!. a long-time proposition however to i
the trl-county area rose -f l
H. B, Crosby, whose farm borders
) and might not be realized "
691 Wednesday.
modern and finely appointed florist shops in North Florida. Now ready-to serve'you. ,. Bronker the' stated Santa that Fe he River lost a crop near for four or five years, he said. Associate through member of the Appeal J': .1 II I 'I.'

,. ,,'w' ,* V"flT** '" *':"')3$.-! **>" *. i ,;' If last spring and had to borrow a In the meantlme-W.ter, wa Board for' Clay County ts BarI I I I' .I''
Ie t.rwho' left holding the water Union .
but the
boat to float his hogs off a pine wick Anderson '
I, bag?, For the time being residentsof k
County associate member bas
Island In order to feed them.
h East Starke seem to be "it." I. I
P i'k
:'(' ;yet been i'i'not
F. C Long, another Brookerlte,
r About all they can do to help I
A total of 51 que.tlonnalresllave
Flowers For All Occasions / ,: <: ;; ... ,Iet. said: "I've seen my boys get up themselves right now In to pray been mailed out to registrant ,i I"I"I
. 2Tuneral I
\ .. ... ." .I' In the window of a tobacco barn, For an unusually dry fall. '
,. ip .. In the 19-25 year age group'whoare 1". I' 1!
single, non-fathers. and .non ,. ;
Corsages Arrangements Etct.\: ::' fFt{- Family Day In veteran Upon return of thes :, I
Designs ;
Methodist .ChurchIn Planting questionnaires. they will be class, I 1\
I Wed by the Board in the lowest, I"'i
... classification according to contents '
S announcing Family DRY In 1;
Winter FeedCounty of their file. Class 1-A lathe i I 'i
y the Methodist Church, Sunday, classification i I
highest .
Sept. 12, the Rev. J. R. fllll pas. ,t,
HAEGER POlTERY' HAEGER, BABY NOVELTIES tor, says: "This Is the time of Agent T. K. McClane An Advisory Council has been !, I I 4
nemed to assist registrants with
f, d year. when our families. are together said today that more farmers I
,; In this ,ti
completing questionnaires
'- The public schools have and cattlemen than 'ever are pre '

We have a complete line used for both planting In clever designs such as Musical Cradle, Stork, ..f e have begun/ not and yet our departed.college Let youth us I their paring livestock.to grow winter Two dozen feed for or I are county.: One Members Wiggins,of Guy' this Andrews.Cleveland Council. I V!

; and L. O.
k come and sit together. in family more farmers are plannjng to Driggers
and cut flower arrangements.in designs such Lamp, Baby Buggy, Shoes, and many .others. groups at the 11 o'clock hour. try Sweet Blue Lupine this win- 'Hazen, Starke: L. H. HIU. Law k '
tey; and H. P. Morgan, Brooker. II r
This will remind us of the daysof ter as a supplemental grazing I
as Madonna, Swan, Colonial Girl, Table Centerpiece i 9,, the 'family pew'. crop. Others have ordered 2000 Any registrant needing'should help contactone witha
questionnaire ,
I. "Come and bring your family," pounds of White Dutch Clover "
of these .It' ,
etc. Rev. Hill urges. "Visitors will be seed to put In their pastures. I
n McClane cautioned farmers to Remaining dates for registration :
recognized/ first; then, In order
'e recognition will be given to fathers remember that Both Lupine and are a* follows: I r 'i

''mother couples, families Clover must be Inoculated before September 10 or September 11 1"""r

r.t and family connections or groups planting. Best 'planting dates are persons born In the year 1927. +1"' f

Brass and Copper including Brass Planter Lamp, Brass and Copper Wall Brackets, and others r.g This Is the beginning. of the fall from October 10th to November September 13 or September 14 ,. '
season to (he church. Let us all 1st with earlier planting usually -person* born In the year 1823-
I be present." giving best results. Lime Is required September IS or September '16. Ift M! .I II
for clover. -person* born In the year 1929 I
Complete line of all Baskets Both Metal nd Reed / ; ,; ;( i ,Revival Services Six farmers planting a new September 17 or September 18 r '

/',, ..t'' ,- winter grass, Kentucky 31 Fescue: -person* born between January II i
; Begin SundayAt which has shown considerable 1 and September 19, 1930. { j, r

All types of Vases and Containers for Hospital Arrangements, Table Centerpieces-',; ,etc., ,,' ;P'j ';'<,, ,; '';. .. Raiford Baptist promise as a winter feed becauseit Persons who were born on or' 1 J J J'I I.

\ "',,' I. grows vigorously all winter after Sept. 19.. 1930, win register i.
*.;f, -J,._,;. r Rev. Harold O. Home, pastorof I but tends to die back in the late on the day they attain their 18th I

-' liit the Park Hills Baptist Church summer. birthday, or within five day f j ) i

\ e Spartanburg. S: C.. will be the "Oats have given poor resultsIn thereafter.
I r special speaker In a one-week the past few year due to

128' '" revival campaign to be held at disease Even the new varieties Junior ClubContributed ;' '
PHONE 1I the Raiford Baptist Church Sun which showed. much promise have
day September 12. through Sun died out. Mr. McClane said. "The To 4

day. September 19. only oat which can be recommended Athletic Fund
Mr. Home will bring his first are Camellia (scarce) .
I n message. on Monday night. Sep or some strain of Red Bust proef The Junior Woman' Club met1'
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.I ,J>--,., ,. I e tember 13. On the first Sunday oats as Tlfton No. 14, Hastings Thursday .evenlrfg' of last week''; 'r

h of the meeting Dr. Ed Solomon 100 Bushel. Norte*, Apple and in the club house. A* a hlllh. ,

IrQm .-.-.- ...----_ ,.._.p--- end of our Chamber of CommerceIn this recent award. editor of the "Florida Baptist others. These are distinctly laterIn light of the program Miss Madge& ,
memoera'of the--CtutJ; TnclwJed<< wr tntr-program- mon by the Rev. S. W. Createy. Starke. It i U simply a tem- Witness", will speak at both ser Whlgbam gave an interesting talk',; '
Ihen the general public win short feature by Alvino, Ray and The church Is open daily for porary measure of expediency: and I Builds AdditionA vices. There will be dinner after maturity than one we have on "The American Home". +. '

rltej to contribute to makelance Orchestra. prayer and meditation. we have hopes' of reopening the the morning service, and all are been using. Florida 107 also Plan were made for a picnic '\ f

1e still lacking.. The i, office at some early future date." building permit hi beenCIty welcome. might get by In Bradford County to be held ,Thursday afternoon.r.& ti

* lame Will Driver LicenaeaDriver" Navy EnlistmentsL. Issued recently by the I of Rev. Roland Jarrard of Deland because the disease attackingthis Sept. 18 at Keystone.: A total, '
be constructed will be the soloist and song oat has not shown here of $ O.12 wa turned over to the; ;e
y wade available by the License went on role P. Cain machinist Mate Chief Recent Birth Stark to J. C. Fogg. for a director'during the meeting. Mr. a* yet. up Uon'. Club Baseball Lighting:1'ti

." the new playground on Tuesday in the office of County from the Navy Recruiting Station Recent births announced at $91000 addition to hi. house:" on Jarrard .Is known over Florida aan safer Fund a-receipt* from the Club'*',1. 1
Rye or a
8t Judge E. K. Perryman. where Jacksonville, baa announced that Conley St. in b.ck.of. the ..trmory.NO rye grass seems Labor Day Dance. V ,
1' Thomas reported as"brisk" he will take enlistment for the Shady-rest Hospital: outstanding ;young people'eleader. bet for Bradford County until New member welcomed Into t '1
rs had charge of applicants: were All Navy each Friday at the poetof- Mr., and M'.... Paul Shield, of CZIIE'IEBy'OJUu: : Miss Betty William& will new varieties of oat can be de the club were Mr*. Al Kv r r-1V '
first day.
program and briefly on the face building in 'Burke from 10a. Starke. a daughter Paula Anice. A working will be 1 held at be the pianist. The pastor John veloped. Either Florida Black lisle and Mr*. J. W. Mclntoah 0 ?

to Infral> matter of local: IMS Florida driver* license ex m. until 2 p. m. born Aug. 29. dele Chapel Cemetery Fridaypersons L. Bray announce that all are Rye or' Ahruzzt will give earliergrazing At he close of the social per-j '

leg membep. He then Intro- pin Oct. 1. after which permit Men between the age of 17 Mr. and M'ra. Henry Franklin Sept. 17. All Interested welcome to the services which than moat ate Fla. od refreshment were served by A' i
Crten paying a delinquent 31 and men with previous the boeteaee MraJ-Richard KWd.Mrs. .
obtained by and -
who pn a may be to contact him ParmenUr of Starke a daughter. are asked to com pre pared to will begin promptly at B o'clock: Black 1* earlier than Abruzzt and Merrill Strwth,' list Louisa j
of submitting service are urged r
the of $1 or
International fee during those hour Sarah born August 31. work. O. P.'Hal*. i each night. yellde more seed. Stern, and Alia June Hall AF
to a driver test

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Congressional the Taft-HArtley Act, and other Parcel Post I Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale at theit./ Telea-raph four shall weekly publish I..ue.this 'OrderIn I''I I Florida.For I I ;
cord of the 80th Air next .t'r.tary of Stats of the ::-el'DtlltJ.
Price Ktngsley Lake. hand and o ..
Congressman I .! The Congressman stated that cottage on Witness my oftl.CfcJseal State of Flol'lda. "

q aIon. the rift now taking place In the Available At Starke I Mr. and Mrs. O. A, Anderson OFFICIAL. at Htarke SEAL. ) Florida A. J ,ThamasAUaT. I'r For Attorney O.n.ral'of tb. State For For COunt, I
Speaks At Rotary In spite of attacks now being of Florida. dl\
;m I work to the :Mrs. Slst 141.As 8herllr.
"Solid South" might Postoffice Sept. 1 had a* their Sunday guests Court. For Comptroller of the Stat. of For
I President of Bald CI.rk
made Congress by Clerk Florida.
on ,
of the Southern tatea by and daughter. 01
benefit Dallle Epperson For tbt
IncumbentCongressman St. AUaT-
H. Price John J. Henderson Esq., Counl

I Emory of the 2nd Congressional Truman. Rep. Price stated that gaining: them more concessions; Air parcel post was Inaugur- Katherine, of Lak. Butler ..and. uotln._. I...Florida.. ,.I. -...., ".. ................J I, Flot'ldao.---For Treasurer....__o"f.._the.._Stat.... of For F 'I'll. COIIO, ".......
: k some very constructive: legislation In Washington a. a "doubtf"1" -. ... -."-- e .-- ...... ..- _-- ....--........- u ". .! Counl,
'District. wa gueat was passed at this session area. p""",

speaker at the Rotary Club Wednesday including the bill to:limit Presidents I ,
Price stated that the pet
briefly reviewing the re- to a maximum of two terms TELEGRAPh STARKE FLORIDA t-j
4 draft was ai BRADFORD COUNTY
i time necessary PAGE 8-B FRIIUv' St...

iiTi -- matter of protection becauaej .. .Et8P:1:
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his opinion Ruaala would at t whose residence and :I iv ruiri'rr COURT nn.i>ponii I
official B
hand and "tty Jarvlw. sealOPPlCIL
IV Witness my at
war the minute she feels her) inivrir. FLOHIUAl l.V CIIANI seal) at Starke Florida. this AugustOFFUCIAt. .ddr..M Is: 3U Southeast Drive, New I I I l'0-\TV: KLOIIIIltl IN: C1IN.CKIIV. : 12, ltU.! Starke I'lol14t,

$ KKV.Kmma: 12. 1945. I-litVqn, Cunn.: (
A sufficiently strong to defeat Douglas Barrett Plaintiff, ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas requIred to appear onSeptem" I Betty Elizabeth Mulaney Plaintiff SE4t)
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western nations. v*. James T. Barrett Defendant. AS Clerk of sail Court. 13. 148. In the above I vs. Claude Joseph Mulaney.. 1>..- AI Ii '.'I.'k Of I
Can No. 6750.ORDFR By Haven Crosby, U. C. imnifd Court cause wherein I fendant. Casa No. 6765. 11. II,) H..o c.:
The Congressman was Int OP PUETLJCATIOJf Charles R. heaL 204.05 Guaranty. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ORDER OF PUBX.ICATIO.V ro 'WI. 81"..
this PIt
Life UM.T. Jacksonville. Klorhla. County Telegraph shall publish I AND NOTICE TO
duced by former Congreaf APPEAIt
8-3 In next four weekly I MUM. I.
Attys. for Plf.. 1-13 4t Order I IS (
STATE! 0 F FLORIDA and official STATE OF FLORIDA to 11tTI'r-l
Lex Green who praised Prli to: Witness my hand : 11)1119
James T. Hurrett, who. residence seal at Starke Florida, this August Claude Joseph ':.Ianey. whose resi (01.:\T\toP'
record in Congress and tnl Js unknown. 1% 4 lilt'I IT .fUllir. BR.tnFOHO 8. 1945. dence Is o : f'II."EItFlwal'd;, : \

duced him aa "my friend and yfriend" You are required to appear on I OlSI'i. KI.OHIIIll l> (.'H.t1t .''\- (OFFICIAL SEAT A. J. Thomas I You are required to appear on lIurothv B. RaYnor
Krptember 13. 1948 In th. above ( Y. AS Clerk of saul Couit. September 18, 1948 In' the above) Case t.elX! RavnOr Pt
: ,,41u : : named Court and cause, wherein ,\nn Lawtnn, Plaintiff. \.. Charles Hy Haven Crosby, D. C. named Court and cause, wherein No.. 6,70, .
'lilalntlff seeks divorce. Bradfordt..iiniy l.awton. Hefonilant Ca".. Nn. 874.6. T. Frank Ldtndrum, Starko, Florida.Attys. I plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ORlJFN % '
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Telegraph shall publish thin ORDER OF PUBLICATION for Plf. 8-13 4t n.3 County Telegraph shall publish this (
.:J MR. GREEN OFFERS Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR: Order In next four weekly Issues. S'rATF APPp
STATEMENTLex my hand and official STATE' OF FLORIDA to: Witness my hand and official Dorothy Felt Ravnor.FLO
...-..- at Htarke Florida, this. August Charles Lawton. whose residence iv ('met IT coiiir. IIIIAI>POHI.> seal at Stark. Florida. this August Idencc and Itddl'llIIlJ.!
willa'a 12. 1918OFFICIAli. IN: o|( l'VrY FMHIIUll 1tllt:\ 12. ,1948. You are h."bv'"
0 J Green former County ( SEAL) A. J. ThomasAS New Jersey: ('EltY.: (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas enDear! on SPDtell
torney Tuesday made the foil Clerk of said Court. You are required to appear on William I... Lee Plaintiff, vs. Con- AS Clerk of saM. Court. the above named tr
freshwardrobe fly Haven Crosby D. C. September 13, 1948 In th* above nle D. bee, Defendant. Case No. By Haven Crosby D. c, wherHn, nlalntlff.COI11\
'ngr' statement In reply to an John J. Henderson Esq., St. AUKuxtlne. named, Court and cause wherein A791 John J. Henderson Esq., St. Aue.ustlne Bradford County Tel IIItks

tide appearing In last week's Fla, plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ORDER OF PI'PLICATION trlllplt. DllhltKIt this Order
; 'T.4: Attys. for Plf. 1-13 4t3 County Telegraph shall publish this AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Attys. 8-13 4t 9-3 w\\ lXe8U ill
1k1 :: itie of the Telegraph: Order In next four weekly Issues. STATE OF FLORIDA to: By hand
& Witness my hand and official Connie D. Lee, whose resld"nc. and 1"V: CIRCUIT COI'HT, BRADFORD Seal at Starka
"The In
4 Telegraph was e; IV CIRCUIT COtHT. BRADFORD seal I at titarke Florida this August address Is: 265 Jones at., Memphis, COUNTY VXOIIIUAl IN CIIANCKHV. FW ,
z-: -4 when It stated In last week's ('OtTY, Fl.OIIIUtl IN C'IIA>- 8. 19H Tenn.: ., EALl&3

CUHY. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas You are required to appear on Shirley T. Freeman Plaintiff vs. Aa : of
that 'Lex By
The : Green hims James Angel Plaintiff vs, Margaret AS Clerk of said Court. September 27 1948 In the above J. n. Freeman Defendant. Casa No. I 1' H&ve .Cn.eb D III,
who last year when he was CO II. Angel Defendant. Case My Haven Crosby D. C. named Court and cauae, wherein 6758. Attva. Frank ....ndl'UlJj,
For that Immaculate look of smartness darndeatt No. 6767. Znch II. Douglas, 33 West Ashley plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ORDER OF PUBLICATION I : for PIt
t have ty Attorney did his ) ORDER OP PUPLICATIONAND Street, Jacksonville, Florida. County Telegraph shall publish AND NOTICE TO APPEAR i
always your garments dry raise the County Attorney' I NOTICE TO APPEARS Attys. for Pit 8-13 4t 9-3 this Order In next four weekly STATE OF FLORIDA toI

cleaned here. Our specially developed about $20 month'. T A T K 0 F FLORIDA to: Issues. J. B. Freeman whose residence and I
0 iry per Margaret B. Angel, whose reslJenc IN OUGHT (COIIIT Blt4I>FORD' Witness my hand and offlcllI address is: co[ General Delivery,
ed processes: are more than safe for "I offered to perform all fvlceu < and address is: co| John Etirt LorVI'Y. FLOHID.ll IX CHAM- seal at Starke Florida this August Denver Colorado:

w precious wearables. You'll be for the Board at sal Jnilrpendance WIs.: f.IIY. U. 1945.nd'FICIAL. You are required to appear on I
your a ) You are required to appear on Michael D. Jarvle, Plaintiff "vs. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas September 13. 1948, In the above I
4N delighted with our odor-free wrinkle tt $30: per month and If the Boi September 13, 194S In the above Betty Jarvle, Defendant. Case No. As Clerk of said Court. named Court and cause, wherein I
had named Court and cause wherein By Haven Crosbv, D. C. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford I
free grime-free rejuvenation( of your accepted offer mOl plaintiff Keeks divorce. Bradford 6748.ORDER OF PUELICATrO.VAND : Cha Ft. Hess, 204-05 Guaranty Lire County Telegraph shall publish this. I .

f best dresses. To keep your clothes would have been aaved for Br County Telegraph I Khali publish this. NOTICE TO APPEARS Duldln" Jacksonville Florida, Order In next four weekly Inxues. I RE

f v trim and lovely looking phone us! tord County. This In view of *' Order In next four.... weekly Issues. TAT E OF FLORIDA to: Pit.. 8-2 4t 9.1] Witness my hondo and. official'l

'act that I waa compensated':


carried with success to the |
PHONE 135 Court for NOTICE Or VLVCTION2I erdane with law providing for the levy to the amendment of said Constitution.! the County by she -.. County. County extension The
tt oreme the Board.' wn: _"2I, 'toe L.-M.Uur of 1047 f P., tXI and such tax shall not be ap- b. and the same Ia hereby agreed. top School Solid School Dlattrt_. Special .4ux. O _
"During my services aa CoU caner the Con... uon of ld J5. of tin any purpose other than th and shall be submitted to the electors of Tax School Districts and Munlclpslitlas.J. Cunt A..r, o 0
ROOT.GREEN.. 315'' r. .nsOf Florida, did pass 11 Joint ipso- payment ot Use and interest of[ the State of Florida for approval or rejection Th Legislature shall at the Legislative Board, School (W.
Attorney I used only about o. proponing amendments to e said bonds. p1"p at the next General Election toI Session ol 11M9 and from time to School Districts .
? :1 9teIU. half of i the i funda budgeted Constitution of the Stnt ol Florida andtD tb In addition to the bnd authorized I I be held in the year 1948. that la to say. Um. thereafter enact .laws to .k. effect SECTION 17. L and free
: :: Temple Mm wr unread to by e vote of In paragraph al, above subject to that Section 1 of Article XVII of the only after approval by the electors of ue-y 1, HIM. the .
: nv services and "the remain thrffth( of all the m.mber. electedto the limitations and provisions thereof! Constitution of the State of Florida! be said County at a referendum called for the County of e. ,
Owner A"e. 'unds reverted to' the County .acti house; that the vo,.* on ald i and of Section 0 of Article IX of th* Constitution amended so aa to read aa follows: that purpose, specifying. ; the powra, fune. I.. shall collect .VoU.
Joint Kdiolution Were entered upon their of Florida th. Legislature may SECTION L Either branch of the Le*> tlons duties and compensation of Coun County by the S.T.
urther requested the Sell respective Journal with the yeas and .lao provide for the issuance of Special lalature, at any regular session, or at ty Tsx Collector designated In Paragraph School Board ScZf wS.
Board naya thereon and they did cloierrmn anddirct Capital' Outlay bond. by County Boards> en,.. special or extraordinary tesolon 1 of This Section 14. and shall likewla Tax aS
during servlia Schol
my present thAt the iald Joint Reiolution b* of Education for o"hol caplt outlay thereof called for such purpose either in provide for the collection care, custody. ,. Dllnc I
attorney for thla Board! ."bmlt.... to the elector of the 5tat at' poJ.ct hereafter 'cqulr cortrue- the governor original call or any amend- reporting and disbursement of all taxes latlve Session oi .lid. s
STARKE, FLA.Jalousies reduce \ the General E'ectior:' In November. I94&. said .h.1 be Imll i mont thereof. may propose the revision collected by th. County Tax Collector. tune thereafter nuct M l
my salary :50 percent NOW. THEREFORE.: 1, R A. ,
GRAY projet. and the i or amendment of any portion or portions the powers nctto-t,. .
minutes of the School Board j jhaw. Secretary of State of the State of mioriiia, ... of Education as prescribed of thla Constitution. Any such I of County Ttz OUM!
p"nlltlo Co
do hereby (five notice tnat a b law and become payable. serial revision or amendment may relate to *
.. My request' by the Bo| GENERAL ELECTIONwill 17,. prescribed.h.1 by law within lot t on. subject or "any number oi subjects SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. tS4 Dtd shall Par.rpb,. I o ths

was granted and these fu| b* held. in each county In Florida I exceed twenty years from th. .. 1 but no amendment shall consist of more A JOINT SOLUTION: Proposing aa lection ""Ik.WI. Pr.ld.. ..
on Tueaday next succeeding th* first I issuance: Provided that no Special than one revised arUcl. of the Conatltution. Amendment to Arttcl V1H *i the Con. bursement of Cloy m>
reverted to the School Board/1 MondAY In November A. X>. Uitf. th I ital Outlay. bonds b* CI titutlon of the Stat of Florida relative County Tax nllsu
Ih.1 Collector.
.e .
& Venetian Btinds'to aald Tutid" bring the under which with "hol If the proposed revision or .amend to assessment of property tor taxes and
i The Telegraph la glad to BPCOND DAY OF NOVKMBCt tndeb4dnt of such county. Including merit ia agreed to by three-flftna of the th* collection of taxes, by adding thereto -10
low Mr. Green to make hla etC for the ratl flcatlon or rejection of the r, snec-IU tax school district ldeblen. members elected to each House. It snail additional sections to provide that In
Aluminum said 'Joint Raonlittlona pro.-A inK Arr n'!l.. .hal exceed twenty per be entered upon their respective Journal the County of Broward. Slat of Florida, House 1011' REs OL1
& Asbestos Awnings ment through our column men," to th. Conatitutlor 01 Use SUl of F I .ed value of th. taxable property of wiUi the :yea and nay and pub the County Tax Assessor. shall assess A ) : : .
Florida VK: such county according to the last eaanent lished in on. newspaper In each the property of the County for the pur. Amendment to Articls vtl:
MADE TO ORDER for county purposes prior to the where a newspaper is published county for poe of levying: Stst*. County School and dilution of the Slat ti| ...
Junior Club DanceThe 1 Issuance of such Special Cplt Outlay two times on. publication to b. mad Municipal taxes levied by the State, to sssessment of p"P
: 1i. HOUSe!'! !: JOINT RESOLUTION: NO. t"9 Bond The principal of .n Interest not earlier than ten weeks and the other County County School Board School to the.",,1I.clo of b ttti
A JOLNT RuSuLUllON Fropoflln{ ..nAmendment ,, on such special bonds .h.1 payable) not later than six weeks. Immediately Districts Special Tax School Districts, Scrtiont u '.
Junior Woman's Club \ to Article IX of the State* from a fund ul.bll.ho I each. county preceding the election st which the same Port Districts, Drainage Districts, and the Countv nf Pi-c'las. S'IUM
i JsI Constitution by adding; thereto an additional comprised o and .pportioned la to be voted upon and thereupon sub any other taxing districts and municipalities the County Tax As.t'"r uuUtpropertv
F :& sponsor a Labor Day Dance :M Section providing that all .x<'I.* the Legislature for school mitted to the electors of the Stat. for of the County which by ordinance of of tl-e Curt teaS| ,
capital outlay and debt *ervic* purposes approval request their taxes to be so assessed levying Stnte Co njt. B"mlnlclpil
day night Sept. 6. In the Worn taxe upon itaaoltn" or other motor fuel I or rejection at the next General
product collected and retained shall b*,I and moneys provided by the county from Election provided however that and levied and that the County Tax Collector Lives Irv'Ki: bv the itt'
c : Club building beginning at used for public highway. street and airport county. school revenue sources Incudln. such revision or amendment may. be submitted shall collect sad distribute the said County SOhol. Itn-.H. SkhoeSpecial
> L o'clock. The la cordii puro.: ... and pranertblng, the dintributlon ad valorem. taxee. as for approval or rejection in s) taxes. School In'i'b.
F >* public and .... nf certain portions of quired by the Lel"tu. subject < special election under the conditions described BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE Ipalitles of tie< (' "
r Invited' and proceeds will go' aid taxritBB the limitations of t relating in and In the manner provided OF THE: STATE OF FLX3H.IDA, County Tax Col.cl. iluj a
& $ !!: IT RESOLVED!:' : BY THE: LEO I SLA. to ad valorem taxes for school pur. by Section 3 of Article XVII of this That the following Amendment to Article sid tix
the baseball field lighting fu PURE: OF TIlE: STATE OF FLO HID A: poses. Such bonds shall not be bonds or Constitution. If. majority of th. flee,. VIII of the Constitution of the Stat !!: 1 RESOLVED BYTFJl
Music will be furnished by A.' That the following Amendment to Article -, rights of th* qtnte nf FlorHa' or enfnrce- ton voting upon the amendment adopt of Florida relative to the assessment and TV RE THE STATI 01 fUThat
IX of the Stale Constitution by. adding able against the credit or taxing power .f such amendment the same shall become. collection of ail taxes la the County orBroward. the followini amtndnetlcle
Anderson Jr. thereto an additional section providing the Slat a port ol thia Constitution. Stat of Florida, by adding : VIII of'tl>. Coiutitulus S
f that all lao,.. taxes upon gan thereto additional sections to be numbered of Florida relative to tho olin. or other motor fuel product "01. I by the Secretary of Stile. b. and : of al laxn. ffithe. C
Recent Births lectitd and retained ihall b. uaed for HOUSE RESOLUTION NO 509 the same I hereby agreed to and .11 be rinriias. oi ricrji! ITthereto
p -1 public highway' street and airport pur A IOI Proponing an HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO M submitted t the el.clor of the ofi additional' se tinni tt b
1 pones. and prescribing the distributionand Amendment to the Constitution by adding A.00lN RESOLUTION Proposing an i Florida .' o re'"Uo' at as Section 13 and Stctlu I K
to Article V of the Consti the General Election to the the same Is hueby nfmdsi
Recent births at ShadycJ. use of certain portion of aid taxes. thereto an adldtlonal Section creat o .
I* hereby Agreed to and shall be sub- big two additional Senatorial Dlstrlcta.BB tution of Florida relating to the Judicial first Tuesday alter the first Monday In be submitted t the Kleclonal'
r hospital are: in It t.4 to the electors of the State for !: IT SJF.SOLVCD BY THE LEGISLATURE Department by adding thereto a Sec. November. 1948 as followsti of Florida rllo.I0"
Krja .._M' Miller'Starke. ratification or r..'*".ion at the next Oeneral or THE STATE OF tion relating to the retirement ol Judges i SECTION-From and after January at the General ?' '
IL Mr. and Mr*. Oscar FRIDA'Th.t of the Supreme and Circuit Courts. 1. the Tax In fIrst Tuesday alter tate tint
; 4 .Election: to be held in 1MB aa following 16. County .so the
: a son, Michael Ra follows: Ucla of the Slate Constitution M BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA. ef Broward, Florida. November Inl .f.U'.1!
SECTION 11. All .excln taxes now orhereafter VI Section a creating two TUNE OF THE STATS OF IXOfUDAt shall .. all for aU State. SECTION!!: t
born Aug. 25. Imaosed upon gusolin or otherlke additional Senatorial Dlitrlcta. Is hereby That the tolowln. Amendment to Ar. County School propert Munclp.1 taxes to uary I. 1950. the Count, Tu
Mr. and Mrs. Lemmle L Or pro-ucta of petroleum or upon all agreed to. and submitted to the electors tide V of of Florida.,. be levied In the the State.i In th. County cf .SU
.""' :.":'bl. Rjiea. and UquHi owl In of the State for ratification or re- by addln. a Section to be know. .i County County Schol B.r. IIcc Ida, shnll aueti lU propmState. I
of Raiford, n eon Aubrey Wa,; Internal combustible englnea for the gi j.n at the fnsrsl Election! In IH8. of said Article V. Is hereby Ditricts. Special C"nI. School, ifi
I born Aug. 28.Political ration of power to propel vehicles and .follows! agreed to and shall be submitted .theelector. i, Dltrlcl. Drainage Districts and taxes t levie II, .t.Set iw*
of the State of State ,
aircraft which are collected and retained slr.e.llON I. There Is hereby. created Florida rat.ulcit'cn > other districts and munlclpaU- ts
hall b* used exclusively for th. Iras*. two .ddllo"1 Senatorial Districts to be or r-'ecton! at the next Can.eral .>. which by ordinance request their School D'strlrts.! Spfrttl
Elec ." t9 u. & !'8. M 1. Districts and M"Ololpall"
Announcement: acquUIUon conatructtnn. recon*t ruction Thirty-ninth t3tfth and : = ta-.es to be so assessed.7i ,
? :s repair operation and maintenance ofronfU Fortieth ((40lh) Senatorial District. The lows L.i's'.ha'i at the Lex'slative 2. The Lefiat.re l .
; -ALSO- I streets, bridges and rights/ of Thirty-ninth <30th> Senatorial District SECTION 48: Justices of the Supreme i Session in lIMtt and fr= titre to tt-e !ia'.ne Session in ml st.l ;
1it FOR CITY COUNCIL way therefor or for atrporw or for the shall consist of Monroe County. The Court and Ju 4 : Weather and I hereby announce my candidfor payment of Indebtedness and Interest Fortieth ((40thl< > Senatorial District shall eligible to retire with compensation.. ., duties and compensation powers function", d'tlles' .
Stripping Insulation
thereon Incurred for the !_... acqulition consist of Washington and Calhoun Coun may Instead of resigning elect to retire of County Tax Assessor deslg- a'.lon of County Tn *.."
the City Council sub ject ,,construction. reronotruotlon. repair. tie,. Nothing herein shall disturb the In which case they sh.1 be qualified to> noted la the first paragiaph of this In paraffraph 1 of thll SKItS Iw
the will of the voters In the ( operation and maintenance 0'd..," ThltY..ll/h/ '1381 existing Senatorial Dis continue to perform of the functions Section and shall likewise provide bylaw hall Jlkew l.*. prvlda. by" it
01 their the "
FURNITURE atraeta brldfts" and rights of way there tl". .pelal election shall be called respective offices when called up.> for the extension on the assessmenti extension. on .m.
UPHOLSTERING Election of September 14. I hi for or for airports. Of all State excise said Thirty-ninth <39th Senatorial on by the Chief Justice. If It be a Supreme i of the County Tex Assessor of sU C ity Tax Aire-sor Ora"Board. H'J
taxes collected and retained upon beeline District and In the said Fortieth I 140th Court Justice. or by the Senior taxes levied by the State. County County by the State. Count
4rn AND REFINISHING never before asked for any pj or other Ilk* products of petroleum except Senatorial District within Seventy-five Judge. of hi. Circuit If It. be s School Board School Districts Special School DI.I"c .
aviation fuel not I less thnn (73) daya after the election t circuit They shall Tax School' Dr.trlt. .
lie office and If elected I pmlse four In 1048. to .Cort severally School Districts Fort DI.tl,1. Drainage '. from m'
cents tax per gallon on stich prodinftahall elect a Senator f.o each of said DI.. receive the "omp.n.Uon Districts, and any di...
Tin t
to discharge the duties! be used by. toe state Road Dpart tricts. The elected from the If they had resinned. Upon assignment -- ulcl. and municipalities. .Inl taxes Italy I. 1030 the County it
mont for state road In th Thirty-ninth .U9th Senatorial by two Governor to other the Couiitv of PlnU. .
any be assessed the Tax
may by County
this office In fair and Clp
FREE ESTIMATES ON ALL ABOVE a imp pur.. Dllct cult such retired Circuit Ida ahall coli'ct sll .
ITEMS Per provided by cent or more) shall hold office from his Judge Assessor pursuant to the first paragraphof ,
& tlal manner. Your vote and si. tax per gallon upon gasoline or other s term ending on the First Tuesday after have the same jurisdiction and .h.1 this sectIon.SECTION the countv bv Ue, State c"m'
; like produc. of petroleum except aviation the Fl-st Monday In January 1033: and as other Circuit Judges. No auch re From and after School Board. 9+sol 01"
port will be greatly apprecia' hereafter be Impo.e by the Senator elected from the "orl.thBOth tired Justice. or Judge .hal be required I. 1938. the County Tax Collector January In the Two Scboil DI.t'ol slull snd C Mi
McCORD -A. B. Baker the Legislature and the ) Senatorial District .h,1 ". to perform duties his County of Broward State of Florida. 2: The ql.I..IN: .
FURNITURE dl.trlbutP* among the several eo'.nU. from hla election for e t.r. ending on C.I to duty may be by special en.ent gen hall collect all taxes levied in the County Ses.lon t>f 119. >.n JJ,
I In th. same manner as the first Tuesday after the first Monday. erl revocable order. Any Justice or by the State. County County School time fercaf.er .
FOR CITY COUNCIL Second Gas Tax I dl..tbuI. among In January 1930. and thereafter Senators Judge who may have resigned before Board, School Districts. Special Tax pwer. "''"0' du!.o
TO THE VOTERS OF THE C the several ,,"untl. by the elected' from said Dlotrict shall this amendment becomes operative may School Districts. Port Districts, Drainage lon Cot'jji, Ta e"I
i and UPHOLSTRY State Board Administration the Stat. hold offleo for a term years. come within it. terms by. filing s certifi. and other taxing P.ar.t"I this
SHOP any
; OF STARKEI Road Department and the several Boardsof Provide that the Legislature la authnr-, cate of J"' willingness to do so with Dlstlets.municipalities whose taxes dlattrl"may .h.1 "rovld' fri nf l''"
County Commissioner in to or abolish said D1- the CI.rl of theSupreme Court "" r."rtn.
hereby announce my ca Section U. Article IX. of provide lao whenever.1.1 representation In the aaaeasod by the County Tax Assessor pursuant the
first the
paragraph of
;4L 'i P. O. Bo*.245 Starke Fla. dacy for the office of City Co lion but with no limitation the Senate I r..pporlone. 7 preceding Section hereof. Collector. -
duration of such taxi provided 110'| rur- HOUSE!!: The 1
shall at the
ctl. plua funds .h.1 b* expended] by. the A .rOI NO. 13TII tive talelalur. and from LI.- JOI71T 1.otVr

-p I'm twenty-five years of a State Road D.p.rtm.t for .tate roods HOUSE!!: JOINT RESOLUTION NO t IT* Amendment RSOLUTION Atlcl. VIII Proo.Jn. an time thereafter enact lawa specifying the SrATP IOIN RE"LtOA.ndm ad 9
aa bv the CORlI. !
"unt dlr"t Bo.r A JOINT RESOLUTION. Proposing the tution of the Florida powers functions, duties and Mio .
resident of compensa
., ) 0....... .. am a life long I ef County Comml.loner. thereof. Amendment assessment of tion of Florida' .ddln
; L _ _ _. .- .-a' that be of Section 4. Article III ot property for taxes and the County Tax Collector d.ltal.d
taxes Imposed aviation
City of Starke. I attended | fuel shall may b* used ." up fri sir- the Con.t.tutlo of the State of Florida collection of taxes. by adding th.r.t..ddlUon.l In the first paragraph of this S.elon. .."Iu.lvl re..tn.. to the eligibility of members sections J Provide the .hol likewise provide fo tlo for the t n 0' ('
School and
Bradford County High a pots access law. the manner Legislature. their compensation County of Saint Uicie. State of Florida. custody., reporting and dl.bu. Judge of the Court o nt.Eor.mbl"
by Nothing In this
provided Section
Emory University Atlanta. < and remuneration the County Tax Assessor shall assess the men of all taxes by the County : Cnln'". P'1.rldLf
shall Section 14. .col.c
repeal or modify Article
IX, of thla Constitution. This DE IT RESOLVED BY TH LFGISL.TaF property of the Countl for the purpose Tax Collector.SENATE 155 If :
I'm a veteran of World War Section OF THE STATE of levying and SMIVIMnMSI ]LATURE : OrI.
hall take effect July t. Con.hol
iQCk-t 11141.HOUSE 1. That the Municipal taxes Thai V f'
Sohool't ejerving three In the U. following State S beadding
w years | Amendment to Section 4. Article 1 III ol County. County Schol Board. 'Dr the State 0' rnd NI'known .
Army.. 2 the Conoluton of the State of Florida Districts. Special ,. School "Schol end JOINT RESOLUTION NO. MS thereto ..
i A .rOI r.l.tna t eligibility of members ef Municipalities of the County and that the A JOINT RESOLUTION Poposlnt so j e"" .Of
I feel that Tm qualified frnp. to Amendment to el
001N'r IEOLU'fON ? their 'u Collector
If .elected I wlIido everythl Ston the Artcl.' Xll of the Ld.l.tur.. .. ep..tlOf. to and and said tax.ag ".1 collect the stitution of the AII. VII Ilorl Con.tuln. Stat. 'ord. shall be submitted to the electors of the to assessment of property taxes and Count? .. .ne th.
:: 'oosalbU to benefit the majorof BY THE UnISL.: State of Florida' for ratification or relection TVRE JELTBY O- L the collection of taxes, by adding there by .r r
ILHIA': at the the Jgk- to additional Sections to provide that in :
next General
Election .
to the
the voters at all times.I .
That the following Sec. .ont
: 1 be tide VIII the County of Volusla. rdu
c held In November. 1048; that Is 0' Constitution 0' State of Flid. ratifIcatIon
of Article Xlt of the .
will not be partial to I ton t Stat of Florida I Con.ttut.o say that Section 4 crl Article III of of Florida relative to the assessment and the County Tax Assessor shall Election 'rI;:
lion la r.I.ln. Constitution of the State of Florida' shall collection of all In the County. prop.rt of the County for purpose after the FIrs
or faction an4 hereby agreed to be submitted t. ef
rroup, person to the electors, of the State of be amended and aa amended ahaU read !Saint l.uc''.. SI.. Florida by adding State County. Scol and 194*. as
*hall endevor to do what I Florida for or rejection at 5a fnfow' thereto ..dIUon.1, tectlons to be know Municipal taxee levied by Stte. sECTION : T.ZuI",
the General r.Uloato be held la It.18fnllnwa "SECTION 4. Legislators. mnlHlea- 'a. Seolon? 'Vnd Section 14 ". and the County, County School Board. Barred
neve la the honest thing to 4 as : 11"lon tlons. salaries mem- agreed to and .District. Spel.1 '1'hol CI.tr.cs.nd :: ehsll bereaftKI beqtmajifled ;
Your friend I SECTION 17 lap .tcSninr.f'h ,submitted to the electors of l.Stall Municipalities County "Ie"r o
T. t.I.I.ture- i of Florida that the County Tax Collector
; o "rsentoUv. for shall col other State r .
H. A. (BuddyBillhop) may provide. for the hall lt the C "< l rtlf".tlon or rejection 1 lect the said, tax. elected for a toOlS :
: : be I
Con., Board of Education of each county respective counties al"r : for fh. t held OT 11* IT for
Tuesday BY TUB el.rtied :
of bond Co tn* exclusive use of use which they were ,. Jhe l.a after first MundaxSEOT'lSv'V TURE R.OI.V L"OI"I.A first 0ncml -
ch.n. !!: OF the
'e. 11141. held at
FOR CITY COUNCIL publiofree schools within the county members of the .n.t. o ."ow"
That the
whenever the earn shall have been .S 10..11 From and after Jan- following amendment to Ar and subseqllent:
approved Representatives f
I hereby announce my can of oh.1 be ten dollars a day ua >. the County Tax UrIc VIII of the of the earls six ill
by a majority the votes Cnn.tltUon
for each day nf lnn State of .rn.
c.t : and In A. of
acy for the office of City Cotf In an election in which a majority. of the don thereto they shall. be pail, for"ddl'sub.distance Florida." the County shall assess of Saint all Lllcle ... and Florida collection I I of all tota assessmint In the amnenriniel1t The float is'CTuelday .

freeholders who are .qualified electors not more than seven dollars and :S..... property for all| of the ".
.oi subject to September 14th elect! residing tn such county shall parttolpat fifty cents a day for Coun.". /hol. and Municipal County Volusla. state of Florida, by after
each day of < adding
taxes thereto
In making but no bonds shall b* Issued hereunder session and mileage to be paid to t. 10 h.nllco' : additional sections t be uary. IK": said <*<
my State. SSSS2Tg.
c know as Section IS and 17. Any V5O5WY I
which with the school n .,%
ta.th. Ind.bt from their. homes to the of govern.ment '.School Diatri' ."< the same la hereby Se and to Frthe
r pledge myself to practice ,.< dnea county Including o"I.1 by the nearest and moat 1 Special Tn School shall be .d occur pr. /
tax school' district indebtedness pracI tCt and LIUfliclpiltJe.. submitted to the electors of MondaY
In affairs and Icr" Ucal at the rate of not more than the State C SN"1'Governof
omy city coop Ito prior to the adoption of this even rut.. one-half The Legislature shall at the of Florid for r.Un.IIO or r ahall be fIllet ?
j the fullest extent for the> and indebtedness Incurred under the provision not more than four cents round per mile for I tative Session to I9<9 and fro t. ection st the General to andate
J trip. In any Iregular thereafter enact Reid "" the first Tuesday after the 1' heretnfm prdeatltt.
f anal! laws
L .fit of ALL STARKE. I win i i fifteen per t. ..I.ph. ..h."e round trips aesalon In nor 1.more than two <,"''y after approval by the electors effect 04 .Mon.ln 'In November. IMS. .. but li "I. SOCMonday
te al I' any
the taxable) .f ".nt o exttsordl-said County at a referendum SECTION is. i. From and after Jan- Filet Teo 151.
I OF the nary
to keep city ; p"p.r .IOD" ja that mary' I. I9S
abre.U to I.a .m.nt for county purpose. apecifying the power.. County .Assessor In I l.nu.f.
te on.. the County of
duties of 0'1'
times and do all In purpoBoa issuance of such and .ap.neUon of Volusla. Stt of Florida. term .taur OC

# 1f1' j *' elected, to get a dollar*....nl become boadav. :::..I.,. hereunder within not shall to HOU A !'!1E IOr RFSOMTTION NO lit i I,rex f A..r.II"Uon 1.. and. shall In"kewKro.m.ntrouo I hall County.assess School all and Municipal for State.ta,.. pointed ginning I la IW"'*'"i din .,Tm>

from the Prop"lnn an i ride law the to be levied In the County by the Sta... First Tusmlay aftsr
of and exceed yer
government servicej of Section I ot on the
d.1 Ant .xtn.to
XVII i'_'. County. 1041.
._ a* prescribed by the the .. Schol Board School January. Ofm.
SCHOOLSupplies every tax dollar apent.'M >>$ of .ne ... any county ha voted. of relating the Con.tlutnn of the Stat.of ot said Florida. .r of all t.XP lalP by the Stat.Assess.Coun. ..!?*. Special Ta, School DIstricts Any provUlonto a.I
l.ur. Con1 and
Your vote and support wit favl of th* of. such bnd. .IhnnlE A.ndm.nt 1 i t. County Tn S<'hol Dh'rlcta, M"nl"lp.III.. i -me b.wlt I .--
a specUl tax t payment 11' RFIOLVTO BY TIrE t.FOISLAi i j 1'1.1 School Dlsllc and Munje. .."'.T. Le.lelatur snail at Mi* L TESTIMONY
greatly appreciated. ; aId and the principal OF THE from Df
.o shall become STATF OF FLORIDA: SECTION 14. I. P'pnm time thereafter enact ..n the hereunto set my hssdGreat o
; the sam due That the and after .r.nu. specifying
Luclan O. iazsrFOR : 'nlnwtn8 4men<1ment of i Powers. the 'alite 1
iry I. loIn. the Seal of .
b levied on use Count and
and payabl snail *> tax- Section I of | Tax Col'.etor fnelnn. dull. eompenaa-
.' ',1 XVH of the ConI I:h. Count 0' lion of .. the Csoltal. 01August.
of Aaneiwr II Lhasse
to thI
able property within ttosx oouuty ac sututlon of the State 1.lnt Luel. State '
of ef In d.o..t
CITY COCWCtt/ Florida. ret I Isea Florid*, anall a taxes isyted I shall Paragraph likewise,I provide of this Solon toeto. A D.. lo

I hereby announce my ca --.. -.-.-. ... -a.--- lw
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-4 dacy for the office of City more heath. and better bones and teeth. '-

cil in the regular City 00uD-1 Ani wi you to see them enjoy
Sept. 14. I have been a. ..

of Starke for around 25 ne glassful of its delicious creamy I '

A T and have never held any fla"or..1 get milk that is extra-rich in Sa Down Payments Easy Monthly Ten*

office. If elected I promise to do flvor ad quality order GUSTAFSOPTS .

whatever I can to help curtail milk today.

ij KOCH'SNOW expense not be further so that increased.City tax.and will reduced TELEPHONE GREEN COVE SPRINGS 2312 COLLECT I WINKLER ELECTRIC

.if possible. I wish to take FOR DELIVERY.CUSTAFSON's SERV

this opportunity to thank the voter -

:I for the nice vote given me I

_ for this office in the City electionof 2.2.1 Temple AY.
ON DISPLAY: last :yearand sincerely hope PHONE 2312 .

,' port.that I may..again have your sup. J Gr CoT Springs ESTABLISHED ,1'2

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it t Game Here On September 24 C BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH 1J 1JOlllel4l

first 'game of the wards, Kenneth Johns and Kenneth -

II the season only ten Grider and Centers George _,

football .H9 Head] Roberta Jr.. Lewis Haines and

daYs away Hobbs announced Don Prleat. Countu Publication Ettabltthed In 18'1'I' \

8 Jas. C. will replace Veterans back for ballcarryIsm -. r II
ay wing, used by the duty are Quarterback Glen S 8XABKJE. FJ.OlUI, &ramAY, SKFTCMBKK 10. IMS NUMBER ,
Ingle season with the Conner Left Half Vernon Croa .
od last by. Right Halfbacks Drew Reddish -

,atlon.It. the. fact on hand.that he\Coach has and Carl Pete Carter Sapp and and G.W. Fullbacks T....- Enrollment East Starke Problem UnsolvedAs Councilman

ttermf'n Is far from optimistIc ton.Other members of the squad To Be Elected "

H, team's chances in the Include: Breaks RecordsOn
which opens Protest
campaign Brookerites DrainageEvery
Ends Thomas Hamilton Paul

riday, Sept 21. with New.r Carter, Fay Durbin and Micky ElUs Next Tuesday i; ..

; Tackles Ronald] STunt Jack Opening DayThe

chances for a ,good sea Eaves, J. W. Walker. Dewey now and then an irresistible force is apt to meet ter.: and dive into the flood waters tw. f "

.-Mb upon Just how well Thornton and Floyd Futch: I immovable object. When it does the repercussions are The public turned' up but a sol low. I have been doing engtneerin Although a majority' of the1City h 'il

,v. make the switch" from Guards J.B. Clark and Marshal stepped-up birthrate.. bound to be long and loud I utlon did not. At least the only work practically all my life and Council will be elected"tat

gle ,win* to the T.Interview Hobbs Mott and Centers Arthur Winkler experienced in the early years That, in a nutshell was what happened when the pros I suggested solution afreeabla to the only sensible way t., do thl the polls in the City Election -' i i. I 11:

MS week In an 'Times- and Ovid Bennett. ')f World War II .was reflected and cons of the much-disputed Alligator Creek widening parties, hinges on the State thing would be to start your wldenlng next Tuesday the event | fi:,

Kay Charleston writer. Although Quarterbacks Jack Hazen. Don in school enrollment here and clearing project were aired at a meeting of the oard Board of Health making an analysis -' and clearing at the Brooke has thus far elicited little In. [, t J.
and Warren
sports candidates ald Bennett Marvlng : this week when 160 sixyearolds -' Commissioners in the Courthouse Tuesday morn- of the water in Sampson Lake end and work toward StarkiDont terest and a light vote is expected : 1
Johns Pete
41 eager Left Halfbacks Carl of County
are to first grade' dump the water In on us Council candidates '
Tornado squad the teamweight Douglas and Bobby Weathering- reported ing at 10 o'clock.Although before we ,are ready to take I I ItI unless : i
reserve teachers on Monday opening begin last minute I
and ample ton Right Halfbacks James Pre- flood condition I a .
i a$ numerai Fullbacks day of the 1948-49 term'' away. drive' to get their friends to
r..11. There vatt and Mead Lewis and farmlands east of Starki i J. V. Edwards Jr., also of j
fill every position and at BUS. This figure represents -: on .
re to Palmer Bryan Rodney laughing matter Brooker and manager of the ,the polls. ;
have to are certainly no I
ouch Hobbs Hall. a 33 percent increase registration has now I
resolved China Tung Groves Inc., described City
meeting .
developing speed and I "Dutch" Funderburk, a Stetson total of 120: Tuesday's
I on over last year's of: 1 the success that his concern reached a new high of 1.071, :
the itself a game
overcome '
ion to graduate. Is Hobbs' assistant. first graders opening day. 1 !
I on water we've got has had with disposing of --. 75'' more than lastyear's j, "
school has "Water
Starke appliedfor
WB. classroom is crowded ] water two 1G- indications tat
Interviewing Hobbii. who re-entry Into the Suwannee "Every the water," with no one will surplus through | total of 996, but
to capacity," High School inch drainage wells sunk abou that the picture ,. "I
to Bradford High this Conference. However, the team ing to be left. holding the present are
after ed! coaching In UmatllKif will not be eligible for the loop Principal C. S. Partin stated bag especially when i It I five years ago In a small lake on next Tuesday will be for :: i
'their He suggested that i '
past three seasons the championship even if Its request yesterday. Total school enro seemed certain that the bag .rl property. different from lost September's

,WrU' writer said: I la approved by opening game due ment showed a 10 percent: would be full of (you'.eguessed two 24-inch solve, or the even problem smaller in welli the, spirited voting when 756 voters)' -r
islanding prospects for Tor. to Ute lack of he required number Increase to a new highof of water. turned out at the polls to elect a
th19t5's it) ; Sampson area. full slate of candidates from, the It '
of conference
opponents. 1,183-greater even ,
line post! are lettermen The trouble all started in 1941 H. V. Knight attorney for W,
I Marshal and
The schedule: Sept. 24-New- Mayor through the
of 1.119 at'a' I
James Phillips and Tackle war peak with th. construction new I H Smith; owner of vast woods ,'
Wainwright. Phillips Is a berry here; Sept. 30-Seabreeze and is expected to reach 1.200<( highway to Camp Blandlnu. T< 'land in the Sampson area stated City Clerk. :

kicker while\ Wainwright of Daytona Beach there; Oct. 8Palatka. as the new term gets well under properly drain the area a 15footcanal Flood scenes such as this must stop, say farmers and town that much timber on his client';. This' la ths "off year" 'and *1. 1>. 1.
heaviest player at 180 '- there; Oct. 15-Gainesville the East Starke So far no one has come though the Importance of the.
an: s way, Mr. Partin said. was dug westward to dwellers, too. In the area. property was being killed because \ I
Is expected to pace the .here; Oct. 22-Montlcetlo, of R. R. Prevatfi that Is agreeable to all concerned. election.cannot be denied In.sew >..
s I. Comparative enrollment figures east boundary forth with a solution to the problem of the banked up water and that .
and defense. I there! Oct. 29-P. K. Yonge of fact that three places on ,
In both offense follows farm one'mile east of Starke, he would refuse to permit the of the I '
M lettermen making stern'' Caineavtlle, here: Nov. 0-St. Leo. are as : where It was abruptly halted.-Th of Sand I widening and clearing of the Alligator the Council are to be filled, there '\ llt'1 1

starting berths are Ends I I there; Nov. 12-Lake Butler 194ft 1947 1948 at tnal It Is have been no red-hot issues to J
[or project was abandoned1 owners In this section llkewlsi stating whether or not canal into ROW'lI1'and t''
Winkler and Owen Mills and 1[ there; Nov. 19-Lake City, here; Grades 1-6 625 622 813 point. it is said at the request 'cit refused to give right of way foi fit to be passed into an >underground Sampson Lakes unless the run capture the Imagination of vot- i ( :

r_ Francis Parkhurst Nov. 24-Green Cove .Springs, Grades 7-12 468 469 510] Mr. Prevatt who wanted time 'to the canal through their property channel through two or were also widened into Santa Fe tee .and stir up pr..tectl.o..tnt. ;j'I tJ ,

er Crews Guard Carl Ed. here.: ---- ---- ---- remove his timber from the rightof I unless Improvements to outleti more drainage wells which mightbe River. 0 est ,4 t I

Total 1093 1091, 1183 way. At any rate the canal from Sampson Lake Into Santa Fe used successfully to lower!, the Several speakers expressed theli Five candidates-A. B. Baker' r I

stated yesterday; ended there, leaving water to far River were also included in the, level of banked up water .thereIn belief that residents of the Brook H. A. Bishop Jr., W. M. Edwards, -1 ''I I

ftstone Airpark Will Be Openedober that Mr. the Partin local school facultynow Is out over the woods and fields,. project.The time of flood. :r area are unduely alarmed about L. O. flaxen, and James) A. Lewis "fare t

with one exctptl with only a 4-foot ditch to carryit I Board of County Commissioners After a brief summary of the the effect that the clearing and l vying for the three'Councttseats ,

-BHS complete Is still In the market for on to the main channel of Alligator I then entered negotiationswith situation by Senator Johns, the widening project would have on at stake next Tuesday.' !I I', I

3 With Soaring Contest a band Instructor. Mrs. Mona Can. Creek east of Starke. Much a contractor for a report on, meeting was thrown open to discussion their property."I Of the three Councilmen whose, ; 't

ova last week accepted the poi" of the Blanding reservation was the costs of clearing the run between i and Hoard Chairman M. don't understand all this talk terms expire In September. 'only ..t'' t

music Instructor, from drained by Army Engineers into Sampson and Santa Fe,, O. Harrell. a resident of the ibout 'extra' water," said James Mr. Edwards Is asking forreelec.' .
Keystone Airpark anc X. and E for repairs and a DM: Ion of
e this unfinished canal, residents of farmersof section If of the tion. He Is veteran Councilman. I : '
home of the PioridHon for reltcensing etc. Visitors win which she had previously reah&ned. but at this point the good Brooker. stated that' Hornsby, veteran farmer a. .
future the flooded area maintain. They section to Into folks 'SI served for" many years on 4 I Ithe
The the Brooker began additional water were brought EBant Starke area. "You having I .f'
Academy will be form- won have complete Seaplane falilltles thus filling this( vacancy. State I
the public on Sun- on Crystal Lake with faculty now Includes 37 teacher have threatened to sue the be alarmed at all this talk about the Brooker section, folks a- 3rooker wouldn't get any more City governing'body>> and was "
jVwned and a supervise Road Deptrtment unless the condition clearing a nice path for floodwaters long the Santa Fe River would water than you're getting" nowt for a period chairman.. I IIncumbents It
fot<: 3, according to an an- anchorage ramp gasoline two principals I' r
1'ent this week by Roy H. repair service. School begins at 8:35: a. m., aitudents Is relieved. months of to come swooping into lose a considerable portion'of eventually gets to you, anyhow. c.. A. ''Knl&bi: and t
Iratee of the former The Florida Aviation Academy ; are dismissed! at 2:58:! Back In May after of State their section. They already had their farms. "More water should Cleaning out the canals would .mains M. Smith.did not .offer: Ij'

Jrint.If Air m. untiring wark on the part flood problems of their own, they not be turned In on us until provision limply allow the water to get to for ,.-..lecUon.The L
f the Keystone Army is approved and certified by p. and
Administration, I Senator Charley E. Johns said, and Santa Fe River was Is made below (I...e. In the ),-ou faster and keep It from bank- three Councilmen 'elected' .
Civil Aeronautics
others in securing right way neither deep enough nor wide enough Santa Fe River) for' carrying It on us. Cleaning* out the for1wo '
ng up neatrue8day. will Hold
the and
|nned to be one of larg- the State Board of Education and untangling other red
deeds to take their own 'away." ., isnals won't make more wa-
DrownsIn away .,
Negro I terms.Appointment
11nr schools In the State,, the Veterans Administration. A the State Road Department year -tPMI I,'
tape. excess water and that which t.r.,
|will have an estimated total Commercial Flight Examiner 1stationed finally began work on a projectthat "But something has got to be thai 'Theacre ;
would be "dumped" on them from responded
Mr. Crosby .
done for us-and soon, Aubrey
In' adminlstra- I
of on the field for the the canal at "
Jiment to resume
,the cleaned-out Sampson canal. folks around here openip 'Namti
Reno DitchEddie farmer of the East Starke you
It Moore.
(personnel and students. convenience of visitors wishing to Prevatfs, and clear and widen : .
in topreteit. the '
Mt 4 Just eight miles!) south obtain ratings.The the.Alligator C* ek.channe a considerable I Consequently response section said. "I have, only a and drain .' '_ _,_ "'"-.1
.- from_th* Brooker sejc- ,dfI'd.1wfl"oV'Uw.'tondlttnnisftI'cirea.ty. t'4 ?
... ; :
o five
4 acres-
place :
rke. bird-like sparing' west of Starke. ,
events'will' art of Sharp, 35-year-old: n< distance lion, the' Commissioners voted used to make a living on It 1Jill .bad. If they get any worse t Ii ,'
opening day's the .
that .
vill be a favored sport at the IPro of Claxton Ga., waa J foun Thus It was hoped unanimously in their meeting of family. I haven't ''bur farms will be ruined."
it 1 of statewide Breakfast been support my
eystone Airpark with the favor. lead, face down In a drainage that have practically August 19 to drop the project able to farm It now for Congressman-elect. Chas. Benett 1
and swim for
t party pri- out of businesseast !
ible weather prevailing in the ditch near Sapp's Store on putting farmers striking from the budget a $2000 because of the extra who had been Invited to the of O. X. Patten, j
r'une Sunday mornith find years I
a Soaring Contest plan- Florida Trail Ridge ideal area for making. Isrhway 18, early Tuesda: of Starke into Rowell would quickly and Sampion sum that had been slated for that has been dumped on us.watprl' meeting by Senator ,Johns, sug- Itarke attorney, as Appeal Agent, j : r f'Ot'
conditions near
their way the from that the ultimate solution t
ornlng. use In clearing run ested Selective Service Board No. \, I
>r the afternoon. Mr. Brown- of the l F. J. Shaw and R. R. Prevatt,
as extended! a personal into best representative pilots In the country group will attend I I Sharp a member of a Seaboard One month later however, after Sampson to Santa Fe. also of th'lH'' section, told similar light be a project 'River for draining 18 (comprising Bradford 'Clay ,

n all private plane own- wilroad "extra pan!: *" niw en- had spent But it was still not a closed stories of flooded fields, destroyed the entire, Suwannee valley and Union counties) was made ;'f.
the opening of the Airpark the Road Department : .
nd aviation enthusiasts tothe and will compete in a contest rasred In repairing; rillroairosslngs : <1 between: $2,000 and $3,000 In pre. ssue to' Senator Johns who, in fruit trees, and other hardships.H. to the Gulf. Such a project would his week as total registration i f t
official Noon between Starke an.awtev. good faith had mad the comple. be a long-time proposition, howirer for the trl-county area rose to" Ir ,
opening. altitude; and the project was whose farm borders i'1
for endurance. spot Imlnary work B. Crosby,
fee will be charged and states. T. came to his death bIrownlnsr when the Depart.mel't lon; of the Alligator Creek pro- and might not be realizedr 691 through Wednesday. "
halted River
landings Mr Browning suddenly the Santa Fe near ,
jewral public is invited. !. according; to Dr. WI. received a protest from W. lect a campaign promise, be- Brooker, stated that he lost a crop four or five years, he said. Associate member of the Appeal, I t ,II '
former Army Airfield Base, A modern cafeteria specializingIn I. Parks (county physician whis.le said that his hold- teving It to be the wishes oftic In the meantime-Water. watpr bard for Clay County Is BarS' ,
tasty foods for the hungry t. Smith who last' spring and had to borrow a who's left holding the waterig ..
mortem examlna he -
the Union
if approximately 2800 ac- post area constituents. Consequently wick Anderson but the '
the Sampson off
will be located on the ngs around boat to float his hogs a pineisland "
sportsman ?' For the time being residentsr
|1 li being developed by the Ion. If water from tailed for all Interested parties, bounty associate member has i:
will soon vould be ruined In order to feed them.E. '
and the Skytel
Airpark., r Starke to be "it. .
East seem
of and bruise and to meet with named. 1'
Keystone Heights There were no cuts should be hurried into oth pro con not yet been '
for the convenience ol' >east Starke another Brookerlte, I
be C. Long all do to
open About they can help
Id's leswe Mr. other on Sharp'i the County Commissioners Tues-
Browning or> with no provisions forcarrng A total of 51 questionnaires bave'f.'
n well known In Airport quests of the call ranch.for Individual Development cottages I "ron to Indicate foul pluv Dr. the'area It ottw. M. Edwards lay In an effort to arrive at some laid! "I've seen my boys get up temselves right now is to pray been. mailed out to registrants 't r

uement and development. plans, also located among the tailpines ,arks stated It was mldwji md J. M. Edwards, also land iolutlon to the troublesome mat- In the window of a tobacco barn I for an unusually dry fall. In the 19-25 year age group'who I Iare

to the Airpark passed to the shores of Crystal etween railroad pay days. ...n single, non.father.. and .non'I
[town of Keystone Heights on It:: Is not considered! likely thai etersns. Upon return of these 'f/I 'll'll'Wed \
clearwater In
Lake, whose sand beach and S. C. Knight Dies Family Day
t the war when the field went for swimming [ the negro had enough money Farmers Planting qU..U.'N'' they will be class- 'I i
are perfect Conner Resigns
ictlve status. and other .water sports. on his person to supply the moIve At Lawtey Home Methodist Church by the Board In the lowelt'I' 4 I

Brownln? states that the for murder.He lasslflcation according to con-.

project l la designed for the Two fine fishing lakes are was reported seen wa.lklnll't'Rllt Stephen Charles Knight, 6S In announcing Family Day In Winter FeedCounty tentl of their file. Class 1-A is ,.

't 'Flying Sportsmen". The located within the reserve, and along; Highway 16 toward C Of C Post year old farmer, died Tuesda; the Methodist Church, Sunday, the highest classification.;

wres will be a recreationale RO other lakes are within a in: leno (Starke's negro settlement following a heart attack at hla Sept. 12, the Rev. J. R. Hill!, pas .1 t

offering complete' faelllac I mile radius of the Airpark. Fish ) bite Monday (Labor Davl of the home near Lawtey.Mr. tor. says: "This Is the time of Agent T. K. McClane!\ An Advisory Council has been .j' '
: Conner secretary Mned to assist registrants with
; well as sports Within the ing ranks with the best In the In an Intoxicated condition, ant Lucian Chamber of Commercfor Knight was a native oTennessee year when our families are .to. said today that more farmers )mpietlng questionnaires in this ,\

''* and ranch Ii the flying country, and the 2800-acre re- It: Is presumed that he stumbled Starke two submlttet" and had lived at Law gether. The public schools have and cattlemen than'ever are preparing Members of this Council i I
l'onsl8t1nK qerve la also well supplied with concrete curbing, and the past years begun and our college youth to grow winter feed for county.
of three 200xt ) ver a effective Saturday tey for the past 12 years, where / One Wiggins, Guy Andrews I. I
runwaya, shaped to forme 'quail and other small game. f cii face down Into the watery his resignation''at meeting of the Boardof he engaged in the growing of have not yet departed. Let ui. their livestock. Two dozen! or are Cleveland: Drlggers.: and L. O, i
states that FAA Itch. Possibly his head hit or and sit together In family more farmers are planning to
triangle, which can be Mr. Browning Directors held here Wednesday -. strawberries and other truck come Hazen, Starke; L. H. Hill. Lawtey !:+1
Ized for miles. A larger .already has enrollments from all culvert 'in the fall. In Mi groups at the 11 o'clock hour try Sweet Blue Lupine this winter 1'
crops. and H. P.,. Morgan Brooker. j
afternoon.Joe :
l Ia available for storing >ver the country and will offer tunned and drunken condition, This will remind us of the dayi as a supplemental grazing
survived his wife with f'f'Any
of the He Is by registrant needing help ,
\ with plenty of tie-down both flight and ground school It: is believed that he lay t"ce10wn E. Wilson treasurer of the 'family pew', crop. Others have ordered 2000 "
th Edna M. Knight and one son, a questionnaire should contact
*'W .h U furnished free for raining as well a. courses in in the shallow water untile organization, stated "Come and bring your family,1Rev. pounds of White Dutch Clover
reslgna- Jim J. Knight of Baltimore, Md one of these men. 'I
Conner's -
not desiring: the use of the radio repair and operations. At drowned. Board accepted Hill urges. "Visitors .will be seed to put in their pastures.
'r A repair shop will be present his equipment Includes C01J mtv Judge _E. K. Perry tlon because the treasury was Mr. Knight will be burled In recognized first; then In order McClane cautioned farmers to Remaining dates for registration I I I

tie with the services of an 12 aircraft and two sailplanes. man elated that it was not nee. depleted to the point where It Crosby Lake Cemetery with the recognition will be given to fathers : remember that Both Lupine and are as follows: p .,

usury to hold an Inquest .a I was no longer possible to pay Rev. a. V. Lee. pastor of the Law ''mothers couples, families, Clover must be Inoculated before September 10 or September 11, I Wit

Indication that secretary's salary. tey Baptist Church officiating. born in the 192: ?. ,
here was no a and family connections or groupsThis planting. Best planting dates are persons year
Nans Pushut Rod Cameron Stars harp's death resulted from any G.< 8. Newcomb president of Funeral services will be held at Is the beginning of the fall from October 10th to November September 13 or September 14 :;]tipersons t f

tn Western DramaAt liner; other than accidentalcauII" I the C of C, stated that "We re. the graveside Friday morningat season In (the church. Let us all 1st with earlier plantings usually born In the year 1928.:, 11

!'. gret very much having to close 11 o'clock.MiHadge. 1 be present" giving best results. Lime Is required September 15 or September 'l& I.

) Home Park SundayA The body was turned over temporarily the Chamber's office,, for clover. -persons .born In the year 1929., In J,

Fund western, to ne ro undertakers in Reno but there is no alternative at NortonOn Revival Services Six farmers planting a new September IT or September 18 H ( 'J

"wild, wide-open" Inti was retumf'd'to Claxtonr this time. When our budget for Honored winter grass Kentucky 31 Fescue,, persons born between :January.. ;j .))1 ,
ary'l drive to build a 3.200 "Panhandle", will be the exciting > burial. the year* was made up we had Ship Begin SundayAt which has shown considerable 1 and September *9, 1930. l' fl. r ;

for Starke Boy Scout attraction at the Park Theatre Rod- the promise of $1.100 In tax monies Milledge Norton seaman ap. promise as a winter feed because Persons who ..were born 'on or: r ), ', .

p ff'celVed Impetus Wednes. Sunday and carefully Monday.\ select St.; Mark's Episcopal from the Board of County prentice, U8N, of Route 1, Starke, Raiford BaptistRev. It grows vigorously all winter after Sept. 19.. 1930. will register :. i, F, ,'

When c. H. Na worthv. Cameron heads a able supportby I Commissioners. However because Is serving aboard the destroyer Harold O. Home pastor but tends to die back In the late. on the day they attain their 18th i P.1:1, : \

.In: of the Scout Bulldin. ed cast and Downs.is given Reed Hadley,, ev. B.E. Simmons, B. D., Vicar unexpectedly heavy expensesIn USS Newman K. Perry which of the Park Hills Baptist Church, summer. birthday or within five days .. I '. ''iff r' \{

'Ittee, repcrt.d that a total Cathy Friday, Sept. 10th connection with the primary baa Just been awarded the Battle Spartanburg. S.* C., will be the "Oats have given poor results thereafter. ", ; c/'\:,

n had been raised to date end Anne Gwynne.. state that: S p.rn. Womans Auxllary pro- elections last spring the board I Efficiency Pennant and "E" for special speaker In a one-week in the past few years due to ,I 1'0
e Review. of this film at the unable to fulfill this obligation
bnportant' melnbru Of the Club for "Here I.' a praiseworthy Job of crem Servlep committee Center meeting was to the Chamber. This money her general excellence throughout I revival campaign to be held at disease. Even the new varieties Junior ClubContributed I" //1'" ,;1
ro'ctTogether] the Raiford Baptist Church Sunday which showed much promise have
Rotary olcture making. While in essence 12th would have carried us throughthe the fiscal year July 1. 1947to
funds jmday, Sept. To
already on September 12. through Sun died out. Mr. McClane said. "The ;
and< C western, the offering Invade 10 a.m. Church School. current year In fine shape July 1, 1948. : il'
earmarked for this 19. oats which can be recom-
le. field of drama to a greater It' is not forthcoming.we day, September only Athletic Fund P }
balance the Nursery and Kindergarten bat since This qualifies him to wear the
of around I meskled are Camellia (scarce) 'il
of Mr. Home will bring his first '
II mil extent than is characteristic ..rvioe and clashes In the Ser.vice have no choice but to sceeptthe $ .
needed before thee most in that category. Such Center. a resignation of our secretary." I Battle Efficiency "E" badge on message on Monday, night September or some strain of Red Rust proefoats The Junior Woman's Club met I f ,)Iii' 1

can be started Mr. tory construction results In a Junior and Intermediate service Members of the Board stated his uniform an old peacetime I 13. On the first Sunday as Ttfton No. 14, Hastings Thursday evenlifg' of last week (' ; !

'orthy reported. in the revived withthis of the meetings Dr. Ed Solomon In the club house.. As1 a hltrb'h
bevy of topflight performances and classes in the church. that "This does not mean the practice Navy 100 Bushel, Nortex. Apple] and
dtio1 fund selected] cast." .., editor of the: "Florida Baptist light of the program Miss MadgeWhigham ; -lii
and award.
wm be carefully Prayer recent
TOcniembers by a 11 a.m. Morning end of our Chamber of CommerceIn : others. These are distinctly laterIn '.
from 'Witness", will speak at both services. an interesting talk :
this program Is a the Rev. 8. W. Creasey. a temporary : "
of the club Included on mon by Btarke. It simply maturity than ones we have "
then the en.ral win short feature by Alvtno Ray and The church Is open dally for measure of expediency and Builds Addition'A There will be dinner after on "The American Home",. "I i
public : service and all been using. Florida 187 also picnic.,
.' t.( to Orchestra. and meditation. we nave hope.' of reopening the the morning are Plans 'were made for a : ,, ,1'1'
prayer "
contribute to make ivetcome. In Bradford I I : ,
!Is might get by County to be held ,Thursday afternoon. ,
has been
balance" at early future date. building permit
of nee some
tui lacking. The Rev. Roland Jarrard of Del and because the disease attackingthis Sept. 1&, et Keystone. A total' : t

torn, WiU b, constructed Driver: Licenses Navy Enlistments Issued recently by the City of will be the soloist and ,song oat has not shown up here 0.12 was turned over to the J'J'of j

opnty Recent Births ; Starke to J. C.. Fogg, for a Lion's Club., Baseball Lighting" !
made sale Chief director the meeting. Mr. "
avalla.b1e bY' tM Drivers' Licenses went on L. P. Cain machinist: \ Mate during as yet I .
ill addition to his house on Fund as receipts.from the CtuVs \I' '
the ,13,000 '
Mw Playground on Tuesday In the office of County i from the Navy Recruiting: ; Station Recent births announced at rarrard ,Is known over Florida as Rye or rye grass seems a safer Labor Day Dance. ..*... )
8t.J. announced that Zoaley St. In back of the Armory. ,
Judge E.: K. Ferrymen where ; Jacka nYilJe. has Shadycrest Hospital: m outstanding young people'* bet for Bradford County until New members, welcomed into \ t

Thomas had charge of applicants were reported as, he wUl each take Friday enlistments at the for poetof-the ; .Mr.. and Mrs. Paul Shields, of CEMETERY: WOsUUNOA seder. Miss Betty)', Williams ,wille new varieties of oats can be developed. be club were. Mrs Al Kay r.r-' 1\L; J'f, ,i

elders Program and briefly "' rt.k" on the first day. All : nce Navy building In Starke from 10 Starke, a daughter, Paula. Anlce, working win be held at : > the pianist. The pastor John Either! Florid Black lisle and Mrs. J. W.' Mc:1ntoah.'I: I ,. $' .
e1 "'eral l matters of local 1948 Florida drivers' licenses expire .1 .. m. until 2 p. m. I: torn Aug. 29. Dzie Chapel Cemetery. Friday. L.: Bray announces that all are Rye or Abruxzi will give earlier At th* close of the social per/f? !;, : "
It '> by//; '
od refreshments served
to memller He tMD IntJ'Oo' Oct. 1, after which permits: Ken between the ages of ITand I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Franklin lept. 17. All interested persons welcome to the services which (raxing than moat oats. Pie. were *'' \.
the hostesses. Mrs: Richard Kktd. 'i3
tQ Creen who gave a may be obtained by paying a delinquent ; 31 and men with to contact previous him\ >armeaUr of Starke a daughter, ire asked to com prepared to will begin promptly at > o'clock Black: Is earlier than Abruzz! and lire Merrill Stnrth.. Miss Louise 4SUrn ,-.'.,,;)""., i f I
of the International fee of $1 or submitting I .durinc.Fries those are urged hours. : larah,, born August 31. work. O. P.'Hale. ach night. irtilds more seed. 'and Miss-,.June- KaU. *, Jr; Iadoes ',

to a driver's test. I ,

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, : rAGS'1"WO" i Pecan Crop 1917 crop howeveh"
I I Dampness Causes "The prospects) for the'crop during ; Scab
1 Power Off Sunday At the early part of,the and
Estimated growing
Bradford County Telegraph Hill i Cattle Sore Leg ," Mr. Blackmon said destructive inks
Clay Electric power will be off on, Pounds season "prob ot the state
lt MATTHEWSOw.IEDITOItPabUdMod aU lines served by the City; In Hairy Indigo 4,891,000 ably were ,the best that Florida western a. h7
ESTABLISHED 1877 K. L. By Lura BurzMolar Light Plant. Sunday morning Gainesville, Fla.-Florida's pecan has had In recent years, for'there yields trpmn. Ifdrieties
'' Friday .114I lered r ....... Foaem, Nebr. Sept. 12. between the hour of Gainesville. Fla.-Florida cattlemen this year Is much larger was a very heavy bloom and sub In any W
Every crop the
'b 1 ei Class Matter a* the Post Office at Starke 1 l.... . '. 6:00 and 9:00: a.m. In order to ,who have stock grazing were In I than that of 1947, but It would sequent sets of nuts on trees of very good, ealttl1l

\ Wherein tINt Bummer (Up* qulH. effect repairs to the generatln,; tall growth of hairy Indigo have been larger than it, Is had most varieties. Excessive rains In Jackson
switchboard. advised by the State Agricultura fay which prevented growers from and
been' more war
conditions the
1943 bato. Autumn Mid I take a weather
MEMBER If to --
today provide
> To electric Experiment Station accordingto spraying to control scab and resultant IOOb
ride over hill and dale.I safeguard rcfrigvra for orable early in the year charcs heraP D
SUM For Six Hoetb.ll,i tlon. power .will be restored at a tract of lower Horticulturist OH.: Blackmonof early and heavy scab Infection ment has 1004..
+ Subscription $&M Annually ask no good where'er I go Interval. of 30 minutes. the animals to avoid trouble re the State Agricultural Experiment on leaves and young nuts, crop In theJefferson bten p

That I by service have not won. Berry S. JohnsSuperintendent suiting from the animals being/. Station.A coupled with severe damage to area trap
Nor plead that any rood ahould In high damp herbage for consld recent federal crop report estimated leaves' on many trees by the black much raze ty WIIuJc

I r i1 i WINKING AT MURDERThose flow erable periods of time. ,Florida's 1948 production ,!aphid and mites, reduced the crop, been done to control
Into my Ute, if I to none Several cattlemen who have ...
refrain "What's 1 the a alster of the late Mrs. T. A.
that woeful !
who sing have re
: Have given joy-I cannot draw pastures of hairy Indigo
y world coming to?" might really have just cause for alarm Front empty store-It to. the law. Brinson formerly of Hugh. She ported that the legs of some otheir I
# during 1 the lives In Mississippi. I am going: to
jG4 if they should virit a motion picture theatre animals had become raw and
This was sent to me by save her some slnnla seed. Her .
the rounds poem :
making extendIng
newsreel now the affected areas
>I showing of a sequence a lovely person In Florli letter was so gracious\ and sweet, sore U/Aen ewtyurfufce on c
the public reaction to a coldblooded killer.s very from hoof to varying dlstances ja&ojala ay/tea
k and She lives not far from Starke. Just like she U herself. Another I and suspected ,
ynr X heartless wink I liked it very much and I do letter from Mr. Sipes 11Fort up the the leg.trouble they might ,have< I tfutt fa/uxLcct Id Sood I
' to There have been few murderous escapades more horri. not know the author. I have read; Meade. Florida who Ls saving all I, that toxic legume you.tour
1tY x We'than that embarked upon one night early in August 1 1d' by it over and over.' The last line my columns and making their, been caused by some

'! I Johnny West and Robert Daniels. Following their parole so, impressed me. I cannot draw Into a bound scrap book. He sayi After a thorough Investigation

Ii t : t from Ohio's statereformatory they accumulated an arsen from empty' store It Is the law. he finds them so Interesting. Bless Dr.Station M. veterinarian W. Emmel,,reported Expertmeni that All America Likes

{' 1 stole an automobile, walked into'a bar. killed the owner, That la one reason I have never his heart. My language I mean Is not toxic and tha1''
( club. I to be simple but sincere and hairy indigo
and jubilantly scooped up $400. belonged a bridge cannot
customer, animals' '
wounded a woman condition of the
heart warming. Mrs. Thom
.t kx4 see myself sitting hours play. Bishop
j+ Then they were seized with a magnificent idea. Why not Ing a game to amuse myself when, as of Brooker wrote such a nice was typical of injuries resulting

i :'lti'' go back and kill some reformatory guards? At 1:30 in the I am yet young enough to do 110 letter and sent me material for from continuous wetting of th' CHEVROLET'SBodies

morning they went to the home of John Niebel, the reform many useful things In this won. an apron. So good to know that skin, as wet' akin and Is more bacterial suscept In
Ible to Injury
she has been married ten
derful world. My heart must lIev- over
demanded that he summon one
and than dry skin. "Duringthe
3bJ&V tory superintendent er be empty either I like to mef't' yean and so gloriously happy
the guards When !Niebel: refused, West and Daniels forced new people. I make It a point, She enjoys church and her home. rainy season," he explained, :

t ?T him and his wife and daughter to enter their carT here every day to make myself Perhaps that Is the secret a good "it Is of doubtful hairy indigo that In the advanced low by Fisher
Christian. I Bent dear Mrs Fowler parts
pulling acquainted with at least one
darkness finally per.
off through the ,
automobile moved become dry. Thus the
growth ever
1 i ,
"p n pattern Such a lovely
won" a day. To learn their lIames
:'i beside cornfield, paniels forced the Niebels to walk out I her letters. She ,legs of the animals confined to
r" 4 up a and get to know them well enough) person. so enjoy I
, 1 among the rustling stalk "Kneel down," he ordered. They to like them tremendously Veil. tells with pride that her' son such a pasture for the rainy wet Probably sea. ... Goediaa that a/te exctu/liv* to Ghavnalvt in tA& lDw-ptrkd ,
would be continually
? knelt shivering and sick with terror. West shot Mrs. Nie. terday I met five people quite by enlisted' In the Air Corp and like! ion much of the Injuries reported
It well. He Is her :
accident three came to the' door so baby boy.
Daniels shot her in ;
a' : ,1 bel! in the stomach. His pistol jammed to see Don and the two elderly Her other son served many months I have been caused by the

.t ns the head. He fired twice more, and Niebel and his daughter ladles were passing the houlle overseas during the war. Good : rather woody stems scratchingthe 1 '7A

, L toppled over dying. The two gunmen walked back to their while I was sitting on the veranda Americans like we all want to legs of the animals. After aFew .
waiting for Don. All were just be. scratches, bacterial infection Behind each Chevrolet body by .
I' ti car and drove away.After could easily develop and spread .
ordinary folks like the rest of
r murders in an attempt to obtain a new to: surrounding tissues. Fisher is forty yean motorcar
r two more
us. When they were gone, I ft'lt parafln on Jelly, lay a nice clean // M0UJ
automobile, the youths were finally intercepted by police a warm glow of satisfaction IIhouj'ht cotton String thru the hot parafln, Advanced cases of the conditionnay M IN101M.. coachcraft experience. ..forty years IN ,

: it. II' West was killed but Daniels surrendered : "How wonderful Is life Let the ends hang over the side become infested with screw-! IN RUING COMTOsT of building master bodies for pre IIUIM Poiiat BKChevrotel'i
such IIlce Il will be to lift out when vorms. will show that
and this world to hold easy Your own tees driubc
rr Then someone got the bright idea of putting Daniel people. How good III.Cod to let cold. Sprinkle Paprika generously Dr. Emmel recommended that Chevrolet hu mart riding comfort cision-minded: America.. To match. deiigiudtotdwtft Brae m t
newsreels and he was shown being interviewed by attlemen who have stock affectedn thiriki to iu Unitized Knee
in the all live." on r fried chicken for a change lining conUcuhr ,
us have been added nlillipeek
,Fill and well the animals tot Action Cliding Ride and iu world. less craftsmanship
the sheriff who captured him.; Smiling apparently Human relationship Is to me Take the kids to the pool 01 this way move
whole thing. .Daniels capped the clima pasture or lot of shorter grass famous Body by Fuher. thdttuthodsandthemetalaomodern
pleased with the the most marvelous thing In thla i reek these hot evenings. Join !
,a. n; when he brazenly boasted that "I got three out of the six world. Brings me the greater In the water sp rts yourself where most without of them treatment probably Application will body engineering. Today as you !,

my share I"! then looked at his unseen mo.vie audience and.. amount of happiness I do lov'! Make a pocket on the back of ecover
winked!It I oeople. I sometimes seem to fe<' your Ironing board; tack It thereto aid of an healing antiseptic, and the healing Injuries I r'' d revel in the comfort, the luxury and! '

We have not seen this particular newsreel and have no the very presence of you unkncrv J: :white hold pressing cloths blacK and should be inspected dally for ;;;;- ,.. the safely of your Chevrolet body by

j desire to do so. Therefore, perhaps we are not qualified to readers who at this very moment I icrewworm infestation, he ex- Fisher will more clearly under. "
Here Is beet relish you
: thlll and feel as
are reading my
it but it seems to us, nevertheles: lalned,
pass judgement upon heart swell with pride and a great I In Idaho: 1 quart of cooked beets M IN Vt3hSS stand why MORE PEOPLE BUY Mau yak
that the newsreel company made a serious mistake in show To prevent the trouble, he advised -
r Folks think! We stl chopped fine, 1 cup grated horse m Alums)ii
fa |ov. are to WITH ,
+ carefree man gaily describing the providing easy access IN PERIORMANCI If 0110.CHEVROLETS THAN ANY
ing an apparently young radish 1
all ground cup sugar,
dive the time rolls over 7herelapaaduriCperformmceat
'1 murder of six innocent people and boasting, with a wink, 011" heads. Aa long as there I Is quart chopped cabbage,, salt and horter pasture for animals dur-that You II enjoy lively lower dependable operating OTHER CAR. Fisher Initial Wj
4 are grazing on hairy Indigo
that he'd got his share. to taste. Pack In jars and turn, I'mtutd' Knrk
; pepper the
i .t life no telling what happy thing Ing the rainy season. If this Is co.t-with eetra-rugged Ride and fat
The most alarming thing about the whole unfortunat nay come our way. All the sma: over: with cold vinegar. Fine to lot possible, mowing part of the World* Champion". valve-in- ing HyJritilu Brake

,, incident, however, is that movie audiences, throughout the hlnsrs to be glad'about. Isn't I It eat! with meats. Sent me by Jessie ndlgo pasture will help. head Chevrolet engine.

; (A country, have been greeting this gruesome newsreel sequenc rrand? Cepllnsrer., Bone. Idaho.Isn't that
with howls of laughter as' if the whole thing were a hug We have our new Desoto sedar. lame intriguing How would t) you AUTOMOBILELIABILITY V !...
d Ike to live at Bone? It Is cloudy ..
Sometimes lust for fifteen min &I4
, joke. lut.. I have the potatoes dug: Mv INSURANCE
y t ites we will drive over hill and
sS. In letter to Life Magazine one shocked filmgoer wrote: dale to see how the crops are vlnter beans are Just loaded with Although not compulsory It Is

+ ;' "There have been few times when I wondered more about the Doming along. To wave at u a ods.> It will be such fun to shell much safer to carry Liability FIR
mentality of my fellow man than when I heard the burst!' riendly farmer and see the chick hem. Baked beans UM-UM, this Intiirance. I represent only old CHEVROLETaAdOnl.rtIS

,, of unthinking laughter which rocked the. theatre when en. running after them In the winter when snow files. Digger line, reliable stock companies.Your ,

f Daniels winked at the camera." ot. Crops out here are abund la well and happy. One lady said business will be appreci

; l Here's an idea for your next sleepless night: why not tnt There la much joy I think) Just' like his mistress" Diggers ated.
;'r.1.s 'r rl try to figure out what type of people in those vast unseen we should do as the Indlaru- a happy dog The two rooster 129 W. Call Street TORODE CHEVROLET

,}. movie audience across!I 'the land have dared laugh at ,wha have' a corn dance of thank. row, the zinnias bloom.' I 'am Opposite Bradford Co. Telegraph

'tit: must go down in' the book as one of the most'heartless.gestures Vhoopee! thinking of you all. God bless you, Phone 154 STARKE, FLA.

: ever made, by man? Don brought an unexpected LOVE-LURA N. D. Wainwright Jr.
I Neat home for dinner the other
.3? Who laughed? ay. However, before he left the -

' { The mothers and fathers of our children? If so, then ''atore he gave me a ring to aal

z what can be expected of the children of parents whose mora If t I had dinner ready and sale

values are distorted enough to allow them to laugh at a he was bringing a guest. I love<

' i ;'1 murderer's wink? -- ,- ompany so I hastily threw a Carton Coca-Cola

S' i Or could it have been the children themselves so long white lace cloth on the dining of

tn' nourished on a diet ''of horror and crime by the way of funny table, out came and new my silver good Havl ware . .
land plates
and radio-until they have largely lost!; the
book movie
ham In the
I sang as I put more
t t ability to discriminate between right and wrong? ''akUlet and stirred the creamed Promises

Or could these laughs be attributed solely to border orn. I had plenty I made more TWO-OVEN CAPACITY Hospitali

, 1 l line cases in our midst -' abnormal types who might them Iced; tea and gave the mashed

selves go berserk at almost any moment, and are gleefully : otatoes- an extra beating For

; a'', excited by the casual nonchalance of one who "got his share' eaaert I had cake and straw with in a Standard Size GAS RANGE

r;, and is proud of the fact? errles. Yea I was happy
extra company I said the blessing
However you figure it, out during your next sleepless and how the man did enjoy his

night it's sure to be a disquieting thought. Inner! It was no lunch. Even al

( How unfortunate, from the standpoint of all concerned,, noon we have dinner. Merry over talc .rm Here indeed. Is the range you eta

that the Robert Daniels: wink sequence was not lost forever little things Is the secret have been waiting for-
weather too at Clay Hill the that has .
; ')n the cutting room floor.l Hot range every.
U t has been hot everywhere. At thing! No more waiting
ale.writing It Is cooler here In '
+ for the
roast to
come out
Phone 52-J its atate I had such a nice letter slrortcta
8 J Mattie Bell Austin. Farley of the oven before you can refute mNm
DFsaIE -
, y J L l } ? Mrs. Hartmann I uitln'a wife. She was washing put in the casserole dishor
w. OeOW v,.. r1Oaa
'It. and cookingand such a happy the biscuits. In the ;.,
: eraon. Farley ,was outworking r.f r.
a' 1Y separate Meat Oven whole
'\nd Just ahe and the baby boy
roasts whole hams,whole .
? pro home The baby was a :yearid
Aug. 31. That Is also myrandson's chickens are broiled oe

4r R. B. Alvarez & Son sixth birthday My .. barbecued, to perfection

; rederlck will start to school leaving the entire capacity of the big ((18inchrid
unday Mattie Bell took dinner! 1
) bake free for
oven biscuits, cakes
1th Ida Prescott and really en- I
Transfer & Storage Co. '.,yed, herself. Frank Carter Fred pastries, casserole' dishes, etc.
'::arter, Charles Moslev. and Clauin # .
Manning are working on the ,
AGENT FOR DELCHER BROS. ,)Ig new ,bridge that spans the OTHERGRANDFiberglas ; _
Water. The road Is
Yellow new e
Moving and Phone 9105 ,rogrenslng nicely.' Luella Austin fig, zx d

.I feeling better Dorothv Mann- ,0{ y
,; St! Local and Long Dis insulation; M ." ,
Q.rag" \Ve Operate 'nit and Luella carried ChullOn'l1lnner Cfcarcol-ator Broiler ;I 'y 0 ;;;
tance. Also Hauling Anywhere In to him Friday. Dorothy ;
';lannlng's babv has the chicken Automatic Oven Coa. O
h Starke City Limits. -.>x. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bexley trot; Divided Cooking ,

SEE US FIRSTINTEGRITY ,ave a new baby boy. Mri. Bax.fey Top; Saf..Tee-Ke. ,
a of'my school girls- '
was one Burners; two Vieoul +
Hazel Padgett, a lovely and sweet Drawers. ; gleaming wbiti x K fs e,'; ,

-- -- voung lady. Congratulations. IliaMae Porcelain EnameL Se. ;
O :+ t
Johns visited Lorene Padgett ''s
he says all are well and happy hem all compars <.''

that school will soon start.I Wore you buy a nagot_

of conduct and dealing- M'ith better have such a nice letter from any kiad.. _. ry.
l thoughtfulness'and economy in all our

serving-these mark the reputable -

M quality of this well known firm. EXPERT


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For Three Members Board of New York. New York: "I :
D. C. :
Stetson Graduate A. Clerk of Said Court. tors.For 'County Commissioners. puts. 1-8-S. By Haven Crosby 13 W. Ashley St., You are he.-v> required to \', 1
S the Stat of Zach II.. Douglas ,
dt. Qovcrnor.of
33 W Ashley 1948. in
Zach H. Douglas, Sentvniber 20. I
Political :Announcements For Three Members of the County Jacksonville. Florid. ouear on t
Florida. .. .
Jacksonville, Florida (.!ourt ana cause. 4
I Board of Public Instruction. Plat Pit. 4t -17.ftnry the above naneiI. .R
Farm .-8 4t .-u of the AU)'. for Iyore ii
Attys. for Pit. For Secretary of Stat wherein nl&lntilT: seeks ;.v t
e FOR CITY 2-4-6. 'I, '
: COUNCILI State of Florida. COnRT BRAD- Bradford CoutV shall
Registration.Vor IN CIRCUIT TeleJrr.o
'1dtfIe1p.RTY hereby announce my candidacyfor IN<1 CinCl'IT: rOtHT. BR4DKOHO" For Attorney General of the Stat For Supervisor of FORI) ('OIJNTY. FLORIDA 1.11'' publish S this O four :! : \ 5 S
IS CHAMtsPH Peace In and
KI.OHIOM Justice of the
Bryan (COISTlf of Florida. week IssiWitness ... "
the City Council subject to V. -I following Justlc Districts 4 ANCER!.
for < hand and official r ; I:
McQIllf For Comptroller of the Stat of A. PlaJnJIff.vm. mv S
S the will of the voters in the City Lilly tae Plaintiff Defendant. Florida. vial: No 1 I Id* oldstQn'd Cane No. seal at Starke. i i'lorlda.thla AUK. r
Cal\ln >KUII1
Wesley In and for the
Election of September 14. I have Case No. 6799.OHDEK Fnr Treasurer of the Stat ofFlorida For Constable 19 104ft ,
Justice District ;
Kirklandd OK (
|MM. A C. never before asked for any pub. (SidAb) 'dThom.
of t
ANn NOTICE TO APPKAUSTATE For Superintendent of Public Instruction Ill Testimony. """r..t. I T f FOFr.O to Aa Clerk :I
d I their summer visit lie office and if elected I pro : OFFL.Oim)A to: of th<; State: of Florida.For hereunto set my hand and affixedth BT whose reUen: Is: Bv Haven trolbv .D. C. \ ',
O itrke FlIL 'j
,e Goodman with an: mlse to discharge the duties of Wesley Calvin Media who" resident I'nmmlsNioner of Agricultureof tired Heal' "f the' State of Florida Ida 9 ''ITton. Btrt'et. RoxDurV.Massachusetts 1. Fragk :feancfrum.' 8-2U" .t 9-id I' t
and address I. unknown! Attvll. tor iu.
Sat S the tate <>r at Tallahassee,' the CapItal.this | J.'
tty at their home this office in a fair and impartial You are required to appear on I For Four (4) Justices of the Supreme the Thirty-first day of AUKu.t : -- BRADt'S I IN.

The honoree re- t manner. Your vote and October 4. 1941, In the above named I Court at the Stat of Florida. A. D. I.4. I You are hereby 1paulred: to COt'RT. IN .'.: "
sup Jo'LOnIDA&
ng wherein plaintiff st'ot\'mber 20. 1J48. ) : ,
'ourt and cause, 1 Groups 1.2-3-4. u ". OUAYSecretary aopear on CIIWWf "
home In Cuthbert. : will be divorce. Bradford County. : the above named Court and calise. \ "
or port greatly appreciated.A. seeks For 1)0. ((1) RaIlroad and Public < of State. [ t
Guests Included the : S B. Baker Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn I Utilities Commissioner. of the State To Hon. A. O. Andreu Sheriff Bradford -, whernln Dlalntiff seeks //divorce. Mifn Frice Pla ttff. vs.' r' ,
j sJlallpublieh Defendant. Case No.
next four weekly Issue of Florida. County tt-3 Ot 10-11 Bradford county' Telewraoh .7t.' Fries. I _
|!or boys and girls. Witness my hand and officialseal For Repieaenlatlv' of the Second -. I this Order in next tour f"'I, "
lames played around i iIrded a FOR CITY COUNCILTO at Stark.., Florida Ibis Congressional District of the Stat weekly Issues. ORD : .' I '

Interest during THE VOTERS OF THE CITY Au. Slit. 1948.OFFICIAL. of Florida In tile Eighty-First Congre. iv' rtRCirr; .. rot HT, BRAIIPOHOfOI tILtSEI1Y. -' Witness mv hand and official C 'LlC}mAND "I;;' i;
( .. 8RAL.) A. I Thomas of the United State seal, at Starke. Florida this S \ 1 I
[hours. Refreshments OF STARKEI Aa Clerk of Said Court.T. Kor Two Circuit Judges Group ( 18. 11M 8. 1\f1 ... whose '
S Florida 1-1. Eighth Judicial Circuit of the Kllle IIu Johnson, Plaintiff va. Geortia: I f I
with cold Frank f.andrum Starke, J.ThomasAs en.
I sandwiches t.Sr hereby announce my candidacy Sarah Johnson, Defendant. Case : ( EALfA. I
of Florida.
9-14 State l
Attys. for Plf. 9-3 4t No. 6700.S 1 1I said Court.v You are herebY resulted toanoer << I
for the office of Coun- For One Stat Attorney Eighth l'
City in
20. 948.
Haven crosby D. C. on Sevtcjriber -
Judicial Circuit of the /Stain: of \\F I'wbeidn I ,
ell. :NOTICe' OK ,,:'..ECTIO'lrTo Florida. I AND NOTICE TO APl'FAUSTAT .1. S. tlalT Exchangeulldlnir. the aoove ramed Court. anit c.ulle.. It, '
iB MEETING the Sheriff of Pradford County M OF FLORIDA to: aCk.onV1TI'e" Florida rjaintff* lIt'Ckll divorce I I'
Senator for Fifteenth '
For state (
| E. Grlner'a meeting I'm twenty-five years of age. of the Stat .Florida: t Senatorial District of the Slat of Sarah Johnson who. residence la: Attv 'for Plf. 8-20, 4t 910Marie BrJidf9M i this county order Tefeirrapfi in next shall four ':'I fl,,r l'

Club am a life long resident of the Ito It Known that I. allAY, Florida. unknown: Dub B ) '
e Farm Bridge Secretary of $tate of h.A8t of For On. 'Member of the house. !,! You are required. to appear on Ill CIRCUIT COt.'RT BRAD- w lv l.su inv.s. clal ? l i :
of Starke. I attended the /ilnesT
was i a City that September. 27, 1948 In the abovenamed FWkIIJA& IN rlda.1hl. S
notice of
day afternoon Florida do hereby give of Representatives of the Stat: R)) c, () NTV. at Starke. AUBT.iFMofA't' .
Court and cause, wherein ; q'l'
Bradford School and :
and when the County High a Florida. 1IANCEIt ,
dge f3 EN EH A I. EUKPTIOX For County judge.For plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford I ',
Emory University In Atlanta Ga Romandl. Plaintiff vs. Er.cole t( ) 1- S
( ---ni.omM?
served shall publishthis
bled they were Will be held In Bradford County. Sheriff. County
Pictured above la Chris A. Car- Stale of Florida on Tuesday next Far Clerk of the Circuit Court. Order In nexT tour weekly Romandl. Defendant. Case As CIerc) ofD said ( ,I I
find cake. Coca-Colai I'm a veteran of World War II No. 6169.ORDMiWbLJCtlit. By Haven ,bv. C.sorke. ( Ssonville
first In For Annessor of Taxes. Issue
ratt who from Stetson succeeding the Monday County '
I during the progres serving three years In the U. S. !November A. D. 1948 the aaldTuenday For Tax Collector. Witness my hand and official AND H O. BroDuncan. 1017'\ Cvnch .Bids Fla..Jack-R. H. ", 'I!
University at the summer being the For County Superintendent of seal at Starke. Florida this August :..
of lovely blossom. commencement August 20. He U Army. SECOND" I>AV OF NOVEMBERFor : Public Instruction.For 201.. 1148. 9.te-n torflJ'I.' .. 9-10' .5Attva I ,
in the living roomg I feel that I'm qualified and Eight (8) Presidential Klec-l County Surveyor. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Erco e Roman. .i. w ose ) 8-20 4t 'ht I' I II
of Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
the son

|i were dining placed.room where Prize Street Carratt in who Starke.reside on Walnut possible if elected to I benefit will do the everything'm jority I ---L' PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS TO IE VOTED ON IN NOVIMIER 194 S !II m Fj : I J I

this *meeting were: of the voters at all times. NOTice or CLICTIONWmCTt.A ordsne with law providing but the. lvof to the asnsadmeM' ef said U the County by the) smo**, r e Mv. ne*. VW .*,e .HVHeMa-vt .4 -, S i : : 1
Godwin high; Mrs .The new Stetson graduate maj- I will not be partial to any : .. Tb. Legislature of 1M1nder .. saM and such las shall not .b* at.. b* anal lIMo same at hereby .. ohool Board. School =_I. c. Tax Assessor rinassj.mt .i County ideas Behool
end State
lev and ored in economics and received the tn* Constitution of 11115. al the plied to any purpose other thsa the> ahall b* submitted to the electors ef Tsz School Districts )
second Psssilssi
high group person or faction and I .Ute at Florid. did pass II Joint Reno payment of the ptincipal and lotrtssld 04 I: .Stale of Florid for approval. or r*. a Th Lesialatur .. Board, Boh** .
of Bachelor of Arts. He lativ Seeslon .l 1_. sad from I School District MuntelpeilIleS.
Richarde, bingo. Each degree Iu4aons proposing amsnUinsnts to toConstltuKoa bonds.b at Vie asxl General Election SO .
shall endevor to do what I believe slid aftor J
law lake offer I SECTION It. o
I la addition the bonds authorisehi I In the 148. that I* to say time thereafter enact
served second at the Slate 01 Florid. end | to year .
the lteI
powder. To Clara during war as a is the honest to do. 1 ef ArtIcle XVU of the enly actor spproval by th oiector ci I Oswaty
thing he .m. wer* screed to by a vote .1 paragraph I.> above and subject t 0 = -
Lieutenant with the British Intelligence lhrc of the State ef norlda mt said County M referendum sailed at.' 'VS5a. l.
> Mrs Sidney Walker 1 three-fintw of sU Uie members el.rted the limitations' and provisions Colutl. "S'C _
Your friend to each. nouse; that the votes on ask and ol Section I ot Article IX ol the Cooetltutlon .. t nd al allow! : that p- "tn. tit* pwr. Ids 11
n. Mrs Griner pre- Service and fought with H. A. (Buddy) Bishop. Jr. Joint RMoJuttons were enured upon Well ol FI_.. the Legislature ana;" SECTION L Kth b.o of th* L**> compensation et e; sHais. Cousitr
Behoof Special
paper. the guerrillas in Greece. He ha I ve.pe thereon Uv. Journals, and.they. wIth did determine the yeas ancsys end Capital ale. provide Outlar' for bonds the lasuanc by County* of Special Board, any Ulatur special.t or .i -. .i r Ja =lnated. and slimS In like, I I ,Tas' School Board, ,. ,

attended Stetson for two years I FOR CITY COUNCILI direct thet tn* Said Joint Resolutions bsubmlttml < er Eduosllon lorI" capital oulleprojecta thereof ..1'for such purpose either lath _I for 5.._] S. The L."' ...a I i
ended for the Farm and has been listed on the Honor I hereby announce my candidacy to. the elector. of the Stal al. b..oa".aqutred .r oonatrucld. : .U. Collector.OMATsI .i lU.th.eIter .. 05e.itogaa'ra
be1 MM Ceuatty
the General Bloetloe la November. 1541. but aald bond shsll b* limited t. nf.:0: t. .
girls who attendedtarke Roll for his high scholarship. He for the office of City Council NOW TKBRETORC. I. R. A. GRAY project and amounts approved. by thSlat or t m.r:' !' ;

with the open- to Secretary o< Slat *4 the S.... *i riortdad Board of Education: a* prescribe tion w Ibis. Constitution. Any -'I 5 : I
14th election. '
is a member of PI Kappa Phi subject September noted In ,. Iihle
and ahall bosom ssrtally revision or amendment may relate t>
hereby five noUc that a by law payable RXBOLUTION NO. 151 I
I ..___ ,
dford High Monday. CLCCTIONO1 wiSheS to subject or number off .I and f .
law not
GENERAL by see
social fraternity and the Commerce In making announcement as prescribed any Il. A Proposing asAmesidmd I .
my porting and '
,e this year are June I i be Mid bs each county la Vterldl exceed twenty years from the date 01 but mm amendment ansll consist *f mo. ILION mt the Cos. Iect' *. custodybuiesnisiit ;
Club. I pledge myself to practice econ on Tuesday seal suocesding the Oral Issuance: Provided. that no Special CaP- than SSM revised) article of the Oonetlvution. -- the Btato Florton rluto >. ml an tax. .. .
Doris Moncrief and D. U... the hal bond shall b Issued bars Csusrtj Tax C.ljeolcc.siS.
Monday ls Movombe* A. Outlay tor tax_ cad
.I\'S while first grad- I Mr. Carrett plans to take grad- omy in, city affairs and cooperateto asM Tuexlsy Jgo under which, together with the school U Uis> prnpniad rsvlsioa *v *snsnd- th*> eOSle.Ies.. n1 .pt Uisrito ,

uate work at Tulane University the fullest extent for the benefit SJDCOND ;: ; NOVKKBaa.to hsdbdn. ef such county Includlnispoeitl .: sent at af".4 theaenibere sections 'edll that I Ith III;
lily Godwin Spanky the ratKtcatlon or rejection of BM tag' school district IndabtedneoishsU snail t .Btoto.riorldi JOINT.mmmoumoit MO. M
'In New,Orleans. S of.ALL STARKE. I will :work .... Joint Resolutions proponng Amendments exceed twenty per tent .. the b* entered upon their _tl" Jour. *9' Tax shall asssi' A JOINT siJOLtyr3 a*
ind Clifton Da vis).*An- the
to keep the city abreast with I to th* Consuuitlos *1 the MaU *4norlda ssssssed "valu .f the taxable property 01 _.. wltn the yo and nay and pub" the tk* County for SIte pui! AmndiSMt t*> Article Y" CooI .
;ster who began hit vlat. such county according t* the loot asssss liahed In ..newspaper ha each osAintj _- .. School a*_I I ." ml the State i rotative..ssousB
All-Breed Swine Show times and do all in my power. If fleas for county purpose* prior to hiS, where a aswopaper at published iuj afnnlitlnal lazes. C" the Stats, !. nit ef property roe tisss .54

r this year Is Jimmie elected to dollar's .worth 1 Isausno of such Special Capital Outlay: two publication to b. made County. County School Board, BchoiUleuicta. the _la o tax**, by adding there-
get a
attends the Raiford RousE JOINT RJBOLUTION tro u,t Bonds. The principal of and Intend .. .Ian ... and the otoe Special Tan Solid DIMrict to *< .Ior. provld that mm
Set For 21 of and bonds shall b pojrabl.. later six weeka. Ui. cC Florida.
Sept. government service for A JOINT RESOLUTION: Proposing sa on sucH specIal a.lt. Port Dletrlots Drainage and I[ County n. I
fund. established. In coca the "_ t ..hi" Ol. Tan.. shall the
Amendment to Article IX of UM BUM from a count] preosdlaaj "O* other toxins districts, .. the County sims
tax dollar any
In Live OakA every spent. comprised of moneys authorized and apportioned is .* upon. *nd thereupon ub- which by ordl, the for the I
Constitution b, adding tneret as additional paiitla ef the County
Mrs. J. G. Caldwell Your vote and will be Section providing that all exclMtsses by the Legislature, for school .: to -cTcctars of th* But none their taxes to be a* aiseseedand ; :;r.State. t. School and 1

"lighters, Misses Marye. support"* upon gasoline or other motor fuel capital outlay) and deb. service purpose o .jeo al the next reua. that its County Tax Collector ,.!. levied by *Mt*. C I
North Florida all-breed Pig: greatly appreciated. products collected and retained shall bi and moneys provided by the county fromeounty ._ Clen pr"tded. b..er. U' anall collect and distribute the sal I _' Mchool D-
June and
a _
Peggy street and sir-. school revenue sources Including such r..llon Special Tax School sad s I
hlghwsy. lot .
and Hog show will be held In Live Luclan O. Hazen Used for publl ad valorem taxes .. authorised or r*. o rejection In aspecial "M ef th. the .
Idwell have returned port purposes. and prescribing the distribution "r .010"1 sUC IT RESOLVED BY THI: Ipslltle Ct.I
quired. by the Legislature sellout b: the .ellUn described Tax shaD oUct. Us .
accord- and '"f certain poruoaa *i TURf or THB STATB or CoU'or.
Oak on Tuesday Sopt.! 21, use .
vacation trips. They the limitations of tbs Constitution Misting In .d In the manner pr"l.d Amendment aid ,... S S SB.

day with Mrs. J. B. Ing to an announcement by the FOR CITY COUNCILi .Id BC: tax.-IT RJCSOLVED! BY THI: IJEOISUkTXIHC to ad valorem ,.".* for school purposes. by Section of Article XVI Uric That VIU the at.1tn. of tb.., IT mrSOUVTjO BY TrTB IJIOIVUlU I
., .I
bonds hstl not b bonds or majority the lec c.a S
OF Or rLOKIDAi CnIU''n I. ,. ..
hereby announce candi- : TIll: STATE of ) m. nA. i
Chamber of my I
Suwannee County of'the State nf I or enforceable the adopt Florid
debts Fiends .
Ocala Thai
and :were with I That the following Amendment te Article .m.ndmal 1 tax* In the County .. the lol.w. As-
New Smyrna Beachy Commerce.The dacy for the office of City Council IX of the State Constitution by adding against the credit or taxing power .f such smcndment the same ..1 become a.u.. a.. Florida, by addIng tide. VU o Con.tu_ 05 the Bias S

1 In the regular City Election of thereto. an additional' ssctkm providing UM BUM.OCR< a port of Vita Contu'lo. thereto additional sections to b* Bum er Florida r..tv. nrnniim I
until Sunday. show will be held In a that all. nets "axe.' upon gaaolln bared by the Secretory *f a.to. b* and collection "** the Cssjnty s_ ) j
Sept. 14. I have been a residentof or other motor fuel products collected S the earns U hereby agreed shall be .."1' nut' mt Florida by addln' '
"i and Spencer Crews tobacco warehouse with purebred Starke for around 25 and retained shall b* used for JOINT RESOLUTION NO. eM HOUSE iOntT NO. 05 to) the electors at the Slat efo Idtal aontlvn M. b. oa ;
those who attended stock being exhibited In the years public highway street and airport p....- A JOINT RtSOlAITION Proposing. .. A JOINT RI or.VTON an "bm.t or rejection as cet.on 14. ... '.
and have never held any public posss, sad pceerlblnf. the distribution Amendment to the Constitution by add. Amendment to Article V of the. ConaO- the : = b* held on a the seine I is bataby agreed t* sad S '
family reunion at the morning and the fat hogs In and us* of eertaln portions of said' tasss log thereto sn .dldt_., Section eres* lotIon of Florlds. relating to the Judicial first : : ar Monday :b* submitted te the mt Ii IiaS .
office. If elected I to do .
Nora the afternoon. The latter event Is promise Is hereby agrmd So and shall n* submitted : fug two additional Senatorial District '. Deportment by adding thereto a Section *f FlorIda for =** -
in Brook-
Sapp ; whatever I can to help curtail to the electore' of the State for BB IT RBSOLVr.D BY ThY LXOI8UA relating to the retirement of Judas 4WTiOi-Frora and after ,Januarj the aenerol IMa ..1. l .
I primarily for 4-H Clubs. Future tstlflcBtUm or rejection st the a,*t G.n- TURK or TIll: sTATS: Or FLORID mt the Supreme and Circuit Courts. I, no*, the In UK first Tuseday ,
expenses so that City taxes will erol Klection to. b* bold la) IMS, a* That the following Amndmcnt to. Article BB IT RESOLVED BV THB LEOISLA.TVRB County of urT7 Florlds November, IMS.' rolkswslBBCTIOM .
visitors of Mr. andS Farmers and war veterans. not be further Increased and reduced lollnwa VII ., the Slat*) Constitution, by Or TIle STATE Or rLORTJDAl shall aeae BUM. IX From and alter Jsn- I1lSi
Davis of the show SECTION: 1?. An *icels tan now or adding thereto Section S meeting two That the following Amendment to Ar County, School and vary I. IKMI. the County Taa '
S were Mrs. Further details I .. Mucpa .Iu.C In the County ef Flnellee, But .-
i if possible. wish to take hereafter imposed upon gasoitn or ether additional Senatorial Districts. hereby tide V at the Constitution of Florida.by b* levied *
llama of Jacksonville I may be obtained from County this opportunity to thank the voters like product .. petroleum or .pon all agreed to. and submitted to the .leetor adding b* known a* : Bchoal Board, .School Id*. dieS sum all. property t
cfrbusilbl! gssos and liquids used m .. tate Stat for ratification or ro- 4* said" V. I* Districts, Tax School Districts. lta. Cntrtity, School and Uunlrip** S
d Mrs Lyle A. Noland Agent T. K. McClane. Deadline for the nice vote given me tntemsl eombustlbl engines for the ".::1- :."::=n st the. General Fleotlon In U4S. ..r 'to. .: J. .a Port .: :- Dutrlcts, and anyother W b* levied i In the county by I thatste. > 'a .

Mertdeth Ann of Grand for entries Is Sept. 18. ratlon .. power to propel vehicles and a* toUowl *...* toxin .t. and County County Bchoolri Bordu '' '( I'
for this office in the election ._ rlrld. munlal.l. stliitOlntrlct
City School '
aircraft which ar. aoilectoil. and retained SUCTION. There Isf hereby created lf*= at ..' Ceo.eral ties which by DIL. Special Tn I
Mrs Noland were ..... lot the loss. two additional Senatorial Districts to .b* 'n rt."o" .. u. -' -. .
of last year and sincerely hope b* aosd oxclualvely Elt3'.a i>. U !l'0*. .. t.ee to ca __ .d "'e''I 5
their home Alabama city who were guests acquisition construction, rcoonslnwtlon.repair known a* the Thirty-ninth 1311..1 sod lows. : 10; TLe.a'"re --mU tti. t. The at the '

following of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams that I may again have your sup operstiun and s lntnanc of Fortieth ((4Otnl Senatorial Dlctrloss.. The SECTION 4t justices of fleastoa in 14 sad ( .: ",Llol.U.I" la'.lT session In IMS end from : 'i ;L
toy with relatives in port. roads streets, bridges and .slfhts of Thirty-ninth (3>thl Senatorial' Dlstrld Court and Judge *J tn* II.Courts.llglbl thereafter *nact law spsalfylnfj time th..f. enact law rpeelrrma
Una until Monday. way thereSa or for airports or tor the shall eonclat, *f Monroe Co.....,. The to retire. wlttt powers, "' ..cli. duties and ... 'ncl ahitle and _
James A. Lewisiv payment of Indebtedness and Interest Fortieth 4oth> Senatorial Dlstrlot shsllconslet may Instssd of resigning stlon *f Tan Asaoaor .m. satlon of A dsslnatedIn

Mrs, Gerald Cox and Mr. J. B. Segree of Macclenny thereon Incurred tor tn. lease. acquisition of WashIngton and Calhoun Counties. In which ease thy shall ..I t rt." aMeS In Via first paragraph of.1.'I Paragraph, 1 ef thl" '*nsl
construction raoonstructlon _Jr. Nothing herein shall disturb the .. and shall UIr... provide shall Ilka* l*>. provld L I I
continue to perform all of the
with Mr. and <1 ruifiiro i HT.IOITV DR 'I"o..n) .
ters of Orlando, Misses spent Wednesday KI.OHIIJtl i" CII'- operation and snclntenanc of roads Thirty-eight. Ill existing Senatorial District of their respective. offices when .tto I. .tlo the extension on ssssaamcnl .. _.'_ on th* sssn.nv.rit roll ml tasCounty >

fcraldlne.( Mrs. J. L. Williams.Mr. .KHY.RI1 streets. bridges and rights of way there- *. A special election shall b. sailed on by the Chief Justice, If It b* a Supreme roll of the County Tan Asssssor of all Tax Aass_ o< eli lazes levle> I
Patsy. Mary ( tor or for airports. Of all Slat _el.. tn the saId Thirty-ninth, 131 t1t I Senatorial Court Justice. or by. the Senior Circuit Use levied' by the .t.... County, CountyHcnool by the State. County. County
Irene Cox, spent the and Mr.. Dave Thorntonand ":T R. ElllK. Plaintiff vn. Petty I taxes eoUeotcd and retained upon faaollneor District and In the .Id Fortieth I40th Judge of his U It b* a Judge of D'o"I"' SpecialTan Board School DlrtrTcls. Special- ;
visited relatives K. .:III", fendnnt. <'''.. No HDOt.ORDER other Ilk* .products. of petroleum .x- Senatorial District within SeventyliveIll the Circuit' CircI. ..,. shsll severelly Br a"I Draln- School I District and MunlelpeJInes.SECTION S
holidays with Mr. and Dewey Thornton OF PrnLM-ATIOV/ : I 1 reps aviation. fud. not 'loss than tour > days: after the I oJ" H8b Se receive the sam retirement compensation age 1t'11 Dtrt", ,. other Uxlng' dw !" I. From Sad after 6a -,

Cox and Mr. and Mrs.Hey. In Lake City from Monday AND NOTICE TO APPEAH eonts tax per gallon on such products led 'Benator from each as If they. had resigned. and municipalities whoa : uary .. lisa. a M Cnl Tax CoOeator I S
fI TAT I 11 OV FL.OKIDA/ to: shall be used by the Slot Rood Department trlota. The Senator .1 lctd from the meat by the Governor to .UPIa "b* ssssssffil by the County TanA.our In th* County *f .II.State o r,
Miss Patsy Cox until Friday of last week. Betty K .:1 11M. who.. realdcnc IK tor elate road purposes In the manner Thirty-ninth. I3 th> SenatOrial District cult rich retired Circuit oter shall pursuant .lb. p.r.p.p. Ida. shall eolleet *. .. lt 'f'

''t te to Rome Ga. where Mrs. J. A. Bouvler unknown: I provided by law. On seal or snoretax shell bold office from hIs election. for have the earn. jurisdiction .U. power .f this. section. the ent by Vie *..wbCn.,. County I
Mr. par gallon upon gasoline) *r ether term ending on the n.r.t.. ." eSter as other Judg-aa. No such retired from and after 'January rd. *c+ Special j
shman In Martha Ber- who returned Friday from Blow You are required to appear on Ilk. product of petroleum, except aviation Ute F1st Monday In January. IMI; and Cirl Judge shsll be requiredto t..I'ON County Tax Collector In the Ta. School Dlr..n Munlelnsjin .'
nam..ICourt "uo.e
October n4.i 1948. In th 'r'.7: I Ii fuel shall hereafter b* Imposed bythe the Senator elected from the FortlrthMht perform duties. without his consent ae of Broword BUM of Florida, S. The at I Louis-, t .,
ing Rock, N. C. where they cau.s. plaintiffKeek Legislature and the pressed retained <* Senatorial District shall hold ofllcs Call to duty may .be by special or general ..1.collect sll Una* levleil In the County Mv* ss.lon or INS, and tun .I|1 I .I.
M". H. G. two months' vacation visIted -i divorce. Bradford CountyTelegraph distributed among the several aountles from /hi* election for term ending an .revooaolc, ordar. Any Juatlcc or b State County, County School Mm thrrie net law, specifying. I Ipowsrs. I
Davis. Jr. spent shall publish thin Order .. the the first Tuesday after the first MondayIn functions, and S I 5
1 and used hi the oara* n. a* Judge who have resigned before School Districts Special Tax dtl.
r Mr. and Mrs. W.N. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McRae ''In next four weekly I nun en.Vltnenn I Second Gas Tax I* distributed among January. ._. and thereafter Senators this' amendment may opereuve. may "be DlstrlcU. Dlstrlcu. DraInage : "P*l County Ts: t I

, and Mrs. McIntosh and Monday.Mrs. I \ my hand anti official the severs! counties sad used by the elected' from said Dt.le. shsll come within Its bom., filing a ccrtlfiests Dll and .n,Por taxing district I. r.sr.pn I this BrrtlonM. ,
Davis will In Sunday .
eal at Hlarke Florida thliOFFICIAL state Board of Administration the Stats hold efflc for a term years.Provided of his willingness to do so will munlclpallUea. whoa hall likswls* provide for the S
nenville to live prior McRae returned to the Farm Sept. 2, 1945. Road Department> and the several Bosrdsf > that the lC.'W. la cut nor. the Clerk .. the Supreme Court. aaasssd by the County '::r:I can.. custody. reporting end "1. '
SEAL) A. J Thomas County Commissioners' as provided In lead by law to raid Districts pursuant to the first .... of .n .!** collected *.y the County Tan
"i* of the fall semes- with her parents and was theirguest ( All Clerk of Said Court. Section 1*. ArUele IX. of Site Constitution whenever icprssentaUos in the p preceding flection b.r. C.Ir.. _

University at whichthe for several days. I..J. C Uurranee, Law 1dxehaneHuildinW. but wttk no llmttstlosi as a* the -- HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 17 The Leglalature the Logtsl IISXWATS
of .UCB tsx provided aur- .
Florida duration | llv 1** and from time to I JOINT )
> former i Jacksonville, be expended by the 4 A JOINT. RESOLUTION proposing anAmendn.sei 1U'.80U N. I
will be Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace wentto >-3 4t J-24: plus funds shall time enact laws specifying the A JOINT
to VIII of lIMo Constitution
"trm-tor Atty for Plf. State Bond Deportment for ctet roods HOUSB JOINT Rjcsottrnow NO. IT* Auc. functions dutlss and oompns- Amendment to Article V SZTcSuS.
and! an appliMaster's' Jacksonville Sunday to take i directed by the Board *t the .1. Florid relatIve toeaaeaamenl p..a. .
ka th* eeuntr as A JOINT RESOLUTION.. Proposing the County Tax Collector designated Sutton of Plorlda try ajsriU on
of lor taxes and the
'II degree. Joan and Nancy Mynihan who had 'iv<1'' 'IRCr.T rornT.roivrv RR.' PORD ci County Commissioner thereof. Any Amendment ef Section 4, Article III ef collection ef taxes property, by' adding additional In Ih* first f this Section and sdditlonal section r.I.. the
that .b. limning upon aviation state ef Florida Ier ihall likewise = for Ih eoliection.tsr. lion fur i
*Ie Ki.OHiuti iv: cnv: taxss may the Constitution of the the 50 45) ero
! from Springfield. been with them during the summer ((EK Y. fuel shell be land axelustvly srr airports re..n. I the eligibility. .. member County at section Saint* Luci to provide. BUM OS In the .. _,.. r... and dlobu. Judge OS Vie "o- S. cad = .

IMSOU. Mr. and Mrs. Wells Oathern, Plaintiff "". !.... and annisa thereto In the ..enaeerprovided their eompeneatlonend Tax shsll rr' meat at all Uxas _, Ih* County .
Raymond tIes
home. County
months, Mary Defendant. Can No. by lew. Nothing ka this Section I ss rax Collector.UTNATB lma .&'nJ.c KaaaeeTVaeaeM*' : I
Gathers. ef the toe the
WwelI D. ,
belle property
Sscuon 1*. ArticleIX.
were visitor who was the overnight guest of shall steal os- modify BB BY INS LBOtSLA- OF I
d Mrs. I8 of thJ Constitution. That i set Ion TURf RLV Or FLORIDA* of levying I.*. C. School sndMunicipal I. That Artlcl v el V l I
j. Q. Caldwell Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Saturday. i ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND sbnll take Heot July 1. IS... T.TAT fllowlg the Stale.County. e ml the mate .. FW w* ,7 mmSlSSmt >

past'eek., also returned to her Jacksonville NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA APPEARSTATE to: -t Amendment t* =ArtIcle. ef P10,165MistIng nS of := Districts. schoolDiolrists. and A JOINT JOINT RESOLUTION RESOLUTION Proooalng NO. SSS on .: wMniArMl seZ Z 1 !

1\1 G&1. and daughter. home at that time. isahall.[ D. Oathern. whose renttenre OOSsT JODCT HXSOUmON: MO IMt. the. Constitution to the MemberS .. Municipalities and that the .1 to ArUqkf VOI of Ui* Con. = 4S *a.- mf II.
' last known I I. O.or..town.South Propomlna. to County Tan Collector eeueel to* BUM ef relative atlsessbl 1
'W Mr. A JOINT. RCSOIUTION the Lcglslstur, their compensation and ou. t rl -f" fur :
and Mrs. J.W. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Thornton Carolina: Amend Section It of Article XII of the remuneration ic hereby agreed to sad Mid tar.' to property .* and County. -VT.. I
for several, on < the State ., norlds. submitted tae elector* ef the 5 IT SUMOLVTIJ .U. the collection of taxes, by adding thereto by agreed I
days last the former' birthday Toil are required to appear Constitution; o be cusS S. '
celebrated ..1 PuRl Or THB STATS Or additional Sections to .
namedCourt Bst IT RESOLVED: BY THJC UWWLA- of Florida re- FRIAIT. pro" ti. I the .
Thing 11I48 In the ,lftc.a. :
to .their home with a family dinner at their October 4. wherein plaintiff TuftS OF THB STATK Or rUORIDAl ... the fllln.. .1'.0. the County of Volual rld. ..II..t_ cc Peicetion ..:. "
and cause, Section : ft ef the frteteof the County Tax ... S
Amendment to
following "o IMa that la -r S.
Thursday. That the : held
Guests divorce. Bradford County tI. = : Florida relative .. the anseesment and l on the I vivlsi
home at noon Sunday. seekS IT of Article XII of the Constitution Article III of property of the Con. the purpose d." after the _
* Fear! and her vis- Included Mrs. E.. A. Stafford.Mr. T..I..r.ph ahall publish this. Ordern of the Stat of Florida relating. to education of the of Florida collection at all taxes in the County of of levying .. .. County School andMunicipal less. .e Cnllosrn." .in .. .J.
four weekly intiiea.Wltnem Cottu\on Saint Lade. State of by adding Use* by the SUM :
, next In .hereby. agreed .. and shall be submitted and a. amended shall rood FI.d. le I' SBCTION Th* Jude the
F. Edenfield of La- and Mrs.. Charles Thornton.. my hand and official t. the electors of the State of as follows' thereto additional b Ino.O bounty, County Board, Schoolllstrlcu. ., e .
! ., .. II and Section 14. .. Special Tax School Dlatrlct
.end..d Florida thin or rejection 10 S'--'ni %sa"by
Ptarke. ratification
and peal at Florida to* -SECTION LeoirI.ere.qushiIes. .
a Kenneth. Iris
t the
family .
shall b
Will Thornton. agreed to and and of the
re-un- Municipalities County and
EAL: ) A... J Thomas the General Bactlon t* b* bald a* IMS S .m. .
hollle of Mr. and Mr. Howard Thornton of Ralford Mrs. ([OFFICIAl. fultowutSZCTION. ".".salaries, etd.Senatcrs and-submitted to elector of she Stale hat tile County Tea Collector shall sol-.1 .3r.i'i a.teuc.'n.c'Zng'.sssff j: ,
Ms In Au& 'Ui' ClVA of Said Court. TT tnl Th Logllloture bers of the Houae of riepresentatlvasshall .FlorIda fur ratification or rejection .lent the said ux.BB 011., fur term ml cia (J aarT
iin Hilliard Sunday. F. B. Carroll and children. Mr. far th. Issuance .by the .be duly .. elector tn the th. General Election to be held 0 IT RMOLVTD BY TUB flrrt election lIe r
John J. Hemlernon., E:"<|., )it. 'Au.- may provide "11' L.'A for add erter ...
the first MondayIn
flrvt Tuesday
the war or
nf districts fur
?Ir. and family Education of seeb county respective .f THI FLRIA' at the tS ,
Board of .TAT General
..Cecll Brannen County Blxtton
and Mrs. and Mrs. Florida h.1 lPtS
M. D. ixtln. Tb. ofmember. November I"" followsiSECTION the _
which pey
of the were c
exclusive use '
4t D-U of bonds for the T' -11..ln. 1 lr subsequent electlr ahall h
be V. *
Interested In know- and Mrs. Andrews Crews and AUYM. for Plf. publl free schools. within the county', the II.. and "efRepresentatives IJ. i. From and after Jan Constitution och six __. .
.. .. IrSO Me County Tex Asieasar IUM of Florida __ 1' .o
the :Mr. whenever the earns shall "hav. beast sp- .". ten I.. relative to the The efneeamendment '
Itter'. nephew daughters of Lake Butler. 1 IV ('taCit VOl UI' HRH1FOHUVI.OIUDII prored by majority .. the ***** cost for corn day ef the snulonl ... addition County ., Saint Icicle. State of meat end collection off *U Uxe In the shall begin. .
nY', Thornton and 5S'4.rv.. IV (,...,-- thor shell .b* pehl to* eaSe .. shall .County ef Voluola. Stale ef by en .I e
of Lake Butler and Mrs L. L. ( is so election tO wfih .. a MaJeet-.. 5 thereto 1..1. rlor Tue.da? alien the .
dlles ssidtitty adding thereto additional be .
C the School for the family at Ar h r. Mr. and Mrs. Marion' ; Virginia Anti.,.. Plaintiff Sorliold.dhiS if!. eash wh*. seewly are euoruied...... __elerker-. sivtenes esnto eot a sesre day lluas fee esPeO seal .eS- she tan. ..C* *e. "u the I mown os Section 1* sn4 Saallsn IT.. liary.An, S. nd

l of Clifford Antic Defend- to b to and State bnerd.chaol I bj and the woe is hereby agreed to and .
Augustfl5 J. C. Kitchens and children v. Homer but n. bond ansll .s* tssu.it hereunderMe ste. and mllesgs p.1 Cn" eecur. .. FIres .. 'P
1nied this y ar. int. Can No. 5794.ORDER .. *, ........_ srltsj lIMo shoal sndMednaes from theIr bm.. lIMo ... government Special Tan School Di.I I trail b* submitted to the electors ofHe the .. Ja0y IM
by his brother Sanford and Mr.: and Mrs. Elmer OF PUBLICATIONAND ml suck. snunty including special by and moat prae- trtct and Municipalities.S. State of Florid tar ratification or re- 5545 be
Of of .Lake City. NOTICE TO APPEAR ids sehol dlstrlet mdeMsilness Ineurred Real tout at the.ef net snore thsasevea The Legislature .st the L leaden *t the General EI.cl to b* Goveanen';. .SO.
Bwood' w- N4V Brannen and family OF FLORIDA to: and one-half cent per mil fur 1 lotlv. Baaslosi as 1541 .n from i aid en the first Tuesday .n ate e. .,

wt pMt eekend R. A. Wells and STATE who.e r..- pre fled more than f round tripe l any time __ enact t* tea* *". 1 i londsy November lets ss So
Mrs. Antley. ..
Mr. and Clifford die .ut- say I
IT*. Homer p'.I. t-ed regular session for more toe only after oppvevel by o" I*. I. From and after Jon- Tue .
ftf'Br of Jacksonville Id.ne. and addrei. In: ear. Mra.narlea eald Count as a refer.sidu..-Jar 1. Tan AaocMor .the
Valdosta, Ga. their daughter. Mary. Drl. ..* ef round trips I..sit7 pedal xtreorOiBOU8B ? M 1Co" to. Monday
i (' Futeh. i Cambridge that specifIng th I .. *f Florida.art So
purpose .
attended of -. 5 seonty 5.- -1 en ,
N2abl : =
* < the annual were supper guests porrh.at r Terrace, Charleston. eerduig to las* 1 eseaty Hans, .* u. i. eaS property fa* BUto.vunry. =ted .r-r :
their boyhood church. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace "louth Carolina: 5 th. he.5 seril II Tan designated i I School and W.nl"lpa. taxes ginning = I
Ton arc required to appear on cansJ :bo.54 heued broeadet ..545bee..e JOINT lUEBOUrnolf NO. Iii ef this ..and shall I. b* levied tn ik* C. State, So
; lam. retumbeuMObilC Wednesday.En October 4. IMS. in the above named e7.-" -.DF wtthtO eas I.eaeeed A JOINT BCaOLUTlOI Proposing' anA.mMidmeut rid* by law A* ntonsion en the S ounty. County Board. Schooltat.iria. is".t .f f fI fL

Ala. Rock.N. and came. wherein plaintiff sweaty-er. yeeo the dale .. Settles I .. ArtIcle XVU ssseasmen .of WM County Tax Aossss.) SpecIal Dsnrlrt So
% where route from Blowing Court Bradford CountyT.i.graPh 5 Ce ..__ bJ' L1.ww .- .Conetituwsa .. tt* SlatS ft ar ef all the Stele. COUOM iry. ..iid Muntstpelntoa.a I '. .
.ieek. divorce. FJ
ki ; relaUvu for in Miami. shall publish this Order Whsiieeor -. h5. Paled retChing the Amsndmsnt *f .. CI County Sctioel The Leeronatur ahaO at the L ;
thTir home .
C. to I IIpslltles. Snsmlon
Bcnonl Dlctrlct and
he.eaee 5 beside sntutlon.Bst pedal Tax :itrra In lt*> end from U Siteuseunlo
Issues. .. favor 5 s
kr' William. was III next four weekly 1 m* thatt..... snsst lowe specifying the 1 .
4 mt the IT Itreot-VBD w.-
Johnny official' toxt for the psjinmsl '
111'8. J. E. J. O. Bouvier Jr. and son, Witness my hand and :..= asfauBwl asMHUassI ssfaMsT the BPeP4v JnrtsM usa Or THB STATS Or 1 SECTION I*. I. ..after i hewe.*, funetlone, dutlto cad sompeneenaf Upset Seed 1,1
EwIng. tssstt I
IIfI, Harold of Mr. ...I.t I Stacks Florida this m.a Thel the ItollowlrsjAmendment s4W I. Us*. Ms* C..' o I County Tax As s iur. desIgnated ;"' "c."S.'arft'-yK
guests -- 5. .
Ewing and were overnight Aug 10th. Uti.COFFICIAL Settles I Article XVTI of the Coo- Lode. I. Paragraph I .. Oil Section 14, 0, .
:I Thomas see .."... .. .be lapsed on 5.0 lenid Cot h .. fjMst.
tWine, aU of the and Mr. J. A. Bouvier. Saturday. SEAL) A. p-vOUW Min --- le 5. .the Stale OS Florida, .. .-a Man ssvasd to i-Itaawla. tiiihU mm mtmj mm 8-11uSD

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,ii, ,. I I irAG!: FOtm ... BRADFORD .cotTN'IT TELEGR.U'n. .. ,_ ,...!__,__ I uses, were usLlted by Mill Joan .home on SEPnQI Mu _?; F.tl'ltc. !
" Recent BrideHonored AVfeU10QJSt.UC.lCJ: Smith and Mrs A. W. Anderson
lt or of
', Circles GassettCudneyThe Mr Harmtmaaet !b
ij. Baptist At ShowerThe Met At Smith Home In serving refreshments. A delightful Helping
;' Met This WeekCircle I Christian Church In Lake her. Hartman
1 4 and CLUBS social period was enjoyedby the Ct
: 1 SOCIETY Butler was the' scene of a quiet marriage of Mrs. Zenas Tuesday afternoon Circles One aU.New. occasion Were l.rr( tlirt
1 One of Uw Baptist WMtl j wedding ceremony Saturday evening Testone, which was an event and Two of the Methodist W.8.C.S. Richard Kldd, Mr, t!If II
+1 1 l j Office* Gladys Mooty C0 met at 11 o'clock Tuesday morn-' I uniting In marriage Mlas. Jean last month was the Inspiration were entertained at the home eat Phillips, Mr, and 1(1\
\. \1,, ', rtton Z9 Editor Fboa asA Ing at the home of Mrs F. B. Cudrwy. daughter of the late of for a miscellaneous: shower of Mrs. Hogan Smith on N. Wal- River WMU Hartman and itt and },(!n M
,\l" Beard on Kingsley Lake with 12 Mr*. Howard Hill of.Flint, Mlch. evening by Mrs. nut Street.AlTllngem.nts'. 'aid Champion and *I\
. ;iI.. .. __________ and two visitor present given Tuesday To Meet Sept. 14 J 1
members : and Starke, and Davis Gassett. Edwards. Mrs. L. J. of pink asters '
l Blanche
,f i. l DinkinsPopeMr. I I son of Mrs Pete Gassett of and Mrs. G, C. Edwardsat tiny white chrysanthemums, and Executive
Ladies Choir Prevatt The New River Association of
'..Ji'>fiJ ; Young After a swim a covered dish Starke. Rev. Smedley read the the Edward's home on Route pink and white gladioli were used Board
Mrs. P. L. Dinkinsof served buffet style'I the home in decorat- the Baptist WMU will meet In Of
;, t: Honored_ At Supper and luncheon was nuptials. 200. throughtout I P.TA To
Lawtey announce the engagement from a picnic table on the dock. I I Mrs. Gassett was attired In white color scheme ing. the Brooker Baptist Church, Tuesday Meet
\r1 ij I't' The Ladles Auxiliary of the and approaching marriageof The meeting was called to order a dusty rose crepe street length A pink and out in the flower A devotional and program, was Sept. 1f, at 10 a.m. All The Evecutlve
'I", l' Presbyterian Church gave a upper their daughter. Ade!, to Willl- :by Mrs. L.O. Powell. Circle lea ,dress, complimented with whits was arrangements decorating the presented by Mra. Arthur Wood members are urged to be present. Parent-Teacher grab Of<
1 i" to the members of the Young un M. Pope SKC. U. S. Navy 'der. Mrs. Beard l led the Bible,,accessories. She wore a shoulder. who took the fifth chapter of meet Wednesday,A811Ocl&toIa!
:v Ladies' Choir on Sunday evening. eon of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Popeof study Matthew 10:42: and followed i corsage of white button pompomswith home. Great Prayers of the Bible for BHS Sept 1:1:, II
t white satin 1 1I The guest of honor was*presented lesson of Hartmann Home mrarynouncement at 3
,fr The hostesses who served' were: Valdoata Ga. the Bible discussion with a little buds gifts her reference. The Prn, ''I'It!
Mrs. Guy Andrews, Mrs W. A. The wedding will be an eventof ribbon and bridal Illusion. with many kindness to all races was present Scene Of Was I
'j' prayer. I I In Party
t Stern and Mrs. Ben C. Holzen- September 17 in the Lawtey This being the last meeting of Mra. Audrey Prevatt and Lu- from the assembled guests ed. Mrs. O. L. Haines and Mrs. T. B. Harding, preddatJ 1l
,i"i'' 'I dorf. The Choir is grateful for Methodist Church. No invitationsare the WMU year, Mrs' Powell cave, ther Lennon were attendants for honor of the occasion after .which P. H. Long conducted their business Mrs Eddie Hartman entertained
: ; 4 and being sent but all friendsof the couple. served refreshments sessions In leperate rooms. See the new
ec4 this token of appreciation review of the year's work in thai young the hostesses Informal Bade
a at
I an birthday party
,vip'1':t., i wishes to expreas- Its hearty the young couple are invitedto Interesting I Mr. and Mrs. Gassett plan to I Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Charley Johns I' Dresses In ray m
: Circle in a very PaIdt
, .].( thanks to the Auxiliary. attend. ner. man-I f ff. I take a wedding trip to Flint, Mr. and Mra. James Hair and and Mra. J. W. Kincaid, co-host- Saturday evening at the Hartman SMART SHOPp. '
\\t ] ,
; Mich. In the Fall. -
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= -- Mrs Frances May a representa- daughter Anne, of Lake City
s Clothing live of the Children's Bible Mission .' Boxer Style Long spent the weekend with Mrs. i
Men's Little boy
mII ALVAKliulUKL Establishes 1894 Ills/I who was a guest on this occasion Pants for $1.98 at The SMART Hair's parents, Mr. and Mrs F.C. IJ ied-A-W; ; 1

% "l brought an impressive on the work ands,I SHOPPE. | Holllngsworth. You Cadt Weekend /!
Inspiring message ; ,.Ii
of the Mission In this part of the ,. ft .. .. ...

State the Scriptural passages TilE FLORIDA AVIATION ACADEMY: Specials. Save Everyday in Every Way--
used being from the 18th Chapterof
Matthew. I I Announces The Re-Opening Of Their Training

The offering amounted to $44.-' Academy On October 3rd Shop At Your Friendly A & P STOREire

25. The Circle's pro rata share of
S10 was paid Into the WMU bud- ?
At Airpark. The opening will be celebrated by a
get. The Circle voted to pay and. Keystone a,
To -
state-will Breakfast Flight of Private Plane owner. Keystone OCTAGON LARGE
1 1 r. f ere paid Into the building fund of the and soaring contest will
r '',,r ylf e i r' ltr' SJ f fa Church the sum of J5O. Airpark Sunday morning a Powder 22c
I be held In the afternoon. Soap -
Circle Two :; the Baptist VV. I Invited IN OUR MARKET
The Public It Cordially -
M.U. met at the Church Tuesday ,?
at 3:30 with 15 members students desiringenrollment 3 LARGE BARSOctagon
afternoon : We have a few opening available for local
and one visitor present. jMrs. j In either our Aviation or Klectronic Courses' These 24c
L. D. Haines, program i courses can be taken under the G. I. Bill of Rights. For Soap ; Lt

chairman, presented a programon Information see R. H. Browning, Director, Brisket Beef
Africa. The third chapter of

it Psalms was read and discussed FLORIDA AVIATION ACADEMY Octagon Cleanser 7c
W. R. Morse and Mra. Mathews Spare Ribs
Prayer was led by Mrs. Alexander. E Lr ) 73c 5Se
( I .
giant sz. -
A PICTURE OF HEALTH The leader, Mrs. W. L. Andrews!, ;
7 presided over the business session. r.u' La '

Vii;";' A picture of health today means' the glow Mrs. S. E.' Sparks, president, OPENING Rib Steaks - 69c
'' of beauty tomorrow. Encourage your chil- gave an inspiring talk on building ,Palmolive Soap, reg. -

: dren to drink more milk. It gives them the new church, followed by a I ... ,, '
protein for muscle vitamins for health talk by Mrs. Andrews"who expressed -
ti'? and growth and calcium for strong love her thanks to all the Due to Feed Shortage' and many & 23c Pork 69c
ly teeth. GUSTAFSON'S milk Is the perfect members for their cooperation Spick Span Chops - -

t food for building radiant health. Call, during the put two years and ,
from old customers
presented all members present requests our
3 and we'll deliver health to your,door daily. I
ra with a small gift. Nutley LB.,
? ''r TELEPHONE GREEN COVE SPRINGS 2312 COLLECT The hostesses, Mra. Palmer and '. will Curing PlantOCTOBER Chuck Roast
I we open - 59c30c
Mrs. Ira Wilson, assisted by Mrs. I v our Oleomargarine
w' FOR DELIVERY.' Emma Jane Stephenson, invited \

the members Into the annex for| -
c GUSTAFSON'S DAIRY refreshments j I 1 st. It*. Lan

fk' .*. The next meeting will be held I Pork LIver - 43c
PHONE 2312 .. W, L.
' .. with Mrs Andrews In Octo-
! Green Cove Springs Florida **' Nabisco 1 lb.
bel'_ ..:"", ,,,,_ I.I__ ,

Circle In the homeof ... of Lamb .
three met Special Reduced Price: ---- Leg i9c
Mrs O. O. Webb Tuesday afternoon ''I'v Nabisco 7 3-4 oz.

visitors with present.13 members and two I 2 % c Per; Pound FIG,NEWTONS -, -' 17c LRNabisco'

i ,
.; The living room was decorated 1 "
with vases of mixed fall flowers. : i ; 1 lb.Bacon Squares 41c
I Intereating I M i j
'wi } For 'yeaxs An program) on stewardship ti '
z over PREMIUM
; was given by Mrs. W.J. -'i' 23c
' Epperson Sr. and Mra.-T.B. Hard- ,
Ing followed by prayer by Mrs. f Either Sugar Cure Or Plain Salt Cure Swans Down 2 3.4lb. Fresh Mullet lb. 2Sc
!i 1 1 FLORENCE OIL BEATEHSBACK J. M. Brownlee. A short business -
session was presided over by Mrs..' Same Competent Operators We Have CAKE FLOUR 39c
H. L. Brownlee. Offering taking

amounted to' $16.00. The meeting Had For The Past Four Years ...:1I
closed with prayer led by Mrs.
M. F. Mazen. lona plain FLOUR '
The hostess served delicious or s. r. "G 8' FRUITS"

hour refreshments followed by ,a social1. 25 Ibs. 1.50White 'b' I'fIBEIM; f S
- -

I 'lII'"r.w.tf.l';' '' H.Next L. Brownlee.meeting-will' be 'I II I Starke Ice Co. ..

... .-.: \.. .'.10'- See the new Fall millinery, t Iceberg Large Heads
House M-I-L-K
-I' Lettuce 2 for - 21c
w I fJ.l'IIo. '.' ,
; .,. ..

e ,t''t I NEW SHIPMENT OF SOUTHERN f MAPLE! I 3 tall cans - 43c ''Texas Large Buncliw

3 Piece' MAPLE LIVING ROOM SUITS I I Carrots. 2 for 17c j

Spring .. ( ,,
Extra Strong; ; a
u! 'x River R-I-C-E
*" ,
Well Coiwttiictwl Frame s q Large Heads

s e Beautiful To Look At i 2 Ibs. for - 35c Cauliflower, each 25c

<-j *

a ONLY 164.50 r1 .. Large, Red RipeTomatoes I

Gerbers BABY FOOD 25c
2 lbs. -
1 Settee & 2 Large ,

Chairs t 2 jars for 19c
- -
California LargeCantaloupes
(\V'f! hawtables to match)

2 for 31c

NINK-FIEt'K ... -
r Walnut Finish DINING ROOM SUITS 229.50 Daily DOG FOOD 9c
lbs. -
in the 70'f your fund. ; Yellow Onions 2
BACK ,, Chairs Table Buffet China ,.
t grandmother and aU| 6 3 fish flavor
25c -
v i her friend basked in the welcome reg. or "
warmth of "new" Florence Oil

1 t Heater They were sensational- "" ESCO SERTA WE .NAVE Thompson
i good looking-a new way to get > 2 Burner lIeaters
'r Ia.teeanefcientheat.Througlr! Seedless 2 lbs. 25c ,
3'.95 Grapes
u the yearsFI.rracebecameahouu. Perfect Sleeper INNER A FEW, dexo SHORTENING ,
hold word..known lot true de.
d S' i ''readability,economy of operation AMERICAN SPRING MATTRESS Porch Gliders
; <* i 1.07 large, White, California
Heaters can - -
Jr y/XViUy, es a result of over 70tF 2 Burner ONLY
t c year'e p tence,Florence Oil 35.00 AT THE Potatoes 5!' Ibs. 31c
Hester give you more heat from 1/ ,
ever precious drop of oil..and tl btkl 49.50
c they te mpre beautiful than ever. AMERICAN: Bargain Price TRY OUR TALCO FEEDS -
j Buy a Florence now to gel the btttt
;i in heating comfort. 1 Burnt- heaters "SIHP on the most 'om- See Us And Scratch Feed, 25 Ibs. 1.33 Scratch Feed, 100 Ibs. 5'35

_a. for&ablemattress& on the Laying Mash, 25 Ibs. 1.37 Laying Mash, 100 Ibs.

i. $69.95: r" IVilILE q'b: JI.-\VE. l. .\ l\larket:' tiAVE Crowing Mash, 25_ Ibs. 1.37 20% Dairy Feed, 100 Ibs. 4'83

FLORENCE ROOMHEATERS TO nuv Fine Chick Feed 25 Ibs. 100 Ibs 5,35
1.36 Mash
COMPLETE Lloita (IN.uble S Singh Size") ; Growing 5'55

$149.50 Broiler, Mash, 25.. Ibs. 1.37 Horse Feed, 100 Ibs. :-
R 22.95 to 49.95 E-Z Terms Buy Before September 20th When{{ Credit Restrictions Go '.I r

_Into Effect._ A & P FOOD STORE Take Home A Case Of

Listen To Smilin' Ed McConnell Over Radio Station
WJHP Every Friday At 6:45 P. M. IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT Pepai-Cola


; 300-302 E. CALL ST. No Deposit

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f0. 19l! a mtA1)'n"lt tbY'N"TY TELEGU.U'II. t4T.'\It1tE. FLORIDA I

p Elt I and Mrs_. H. L. St.rltng'Mr II ;
Wllterrson Mrs. Frailer Shaw and chlloUrn Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Stephensand Mr. and Mrs. Crawford M. Leslie, of-'-Miami- visited k', )'I4!'
Mr. and Mr* K. W. and eon.
Home for the weekend with have sold their seven
NEws their parents. Mr. and 'Mrs. V.$.. were vacationing at Salt Springs spent Friday of last wean at family visited friends and relatives Phillips block home at the corner Mr. and Ms- James W. Deaver J
St. Augustine Beach. In MonttcflTo over the room Mr and Mrsk ;,
l lI Fla. the t
of LOCAL St. John were Stephen from recently. of 10th and Lake Street to Mr. over
S Aberdeen, Md. and lEdwln: from Mrs. C. H. Register has returned Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green had weekend.V; and Mrs. Children. Robert Kinard of Gainesville were' i {
their the early part of S. St. John George Miller of the Deavers on Sun-1
-------- ---------- the Lake City Veterans Hoapital from a three week' visit with as guests James Shaddock. alao guests
I Mrs. J. Dono- and Bill Jackson were) fishing in Mr. and Mrs
the Mr. and
where he Is under observation. her alst r-ln-law. Mrs. L. R. :week.
returned J. C. Parker of Orlando spent Dianna Lynn
ROBler Flint of Honolulu.Mr. the Gulf below Cedar Keys on Jr. and daughter. day.Mr. Crawford Phillip
frOm St. the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.Tommy Mr. L. F. Smith Sr. is 1s Live !Moore In Palm Beach.: spending this week visiting ., and Mrs.
Saturday J. Moore Sunday and Monday. are and relative 'Ii I
Jacksonville Mersenau. Oak Tallahassee and West Florl- Gene Walker who has been and Mrs. Jerry Mr. Shaddock's parents In LotJdn.Texaa. are visiting friends
of Columbus Ga.. were weekend I Mrs Fay Gill had as her Sun- Ga., and Oneida, Tenn.
(decent operation A. E. Winkler and daughter Ida on business this week. vlalttnx the Kwell Lawson for In Rome.
of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mr. and Mrs. C. G. a
twl' be 'Clad Mary are In Chicago, III. on business Friends of Miss Frafrces Taylor two w eks, returned to his homeIn guests ;' day guests Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns this week. }
Alvarea and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prescott and Mrs. E. T. King of Glasgowwill
letting along nicely. for two weeks. daughter of Mrs.' Dora Taylor "Vannah, Ga. last weekend. vacationing this week and Mr. and Mra. Harold I
and Mrs. W. K. Wilder are ; week
bad will be to Tcnow that Mr. and Mr. C. C. Hoppo and Raymond. Jacksonville return the end of this I
Pegs I Mr., and Mrs. Roy Ward and happy on Kingsley
Doll their cottage
Alvarez and daughter Bobble Jean of next at m a1
MrL Ralph and daughter. vacation I
and Dr.and Mrs H.M. weeks :
Vr. end daughter "Mira 3&ne.: visited Mr. she has been promoted to the son. Jimmy Friday from .a two
will return today ( Lake.
rfafwiV* and and Mrs. 'O. W. Ward In Dixie. position of personal secretary to Smith and ,,eon. Mason Jr., returned Dorothy Orlando. In color Aberdeen. Miss ;where they were I,( 1 II I
three day School Shirts gay
) after attending a
; the Boys'
E.: Miller spent relatives.
to their home In Tampa Mrs dj, friend and '
of h
Jacksonville. the Rorne-Wtlson. visiting
of Ga. over' the weekend.It : manager at The N.WARTSliOPFE. 1
of Market Managers at I
|page several meeting In Monticello visiting and plaids William O. Struthof
.kckllOn- Inc. 'of )a klOnvl\le.\ Miss Taylor !Monday after spending weekend Mr. and Mrs.
or : PATS to TRADE with SLIDE.Mr Hotel In
the Washington
Therf Mr. Van la a graduate of Bradford High I days at the Hoppe cottage on George Mrs., J. E. Shepherd and Mrs. M. Montgomery Jacksonvllla wer guest, of
ther. *. Ovada Witt will return Kingsley Lake. Jacksonville A. I. Sasser.Mre. Rev. and Mrs. B. Struth's mother over the
School 'and attended the Massey Mr.
ler titters over The Lawson families. M. I H. of Madison wereLabor
two next week toller home In and family
Youngs Business College 'In Jacksonville.Mr. Sue Duncan of Gainesville vleIted H. E. Tucker and Mrs. weekend.
I town' Ohio after spending the A., Ewell. J. T., and H. O. enjoyeda Day guests of Judge andMrs. '
and Mrs. Burton Rosier I her cousin Margaret Rose Ruby Johns accompanied by their See the new Fall dresses
|. Weeks returned to past several weeks' with her mother : have moved recently from their Dupcan" over the weekend.Mr. family basket picnic at Glen guide Mr. North caught 82 troutIn E. K. Perryman. STUMP'S. It ,
after a three Mn. Pate Casaett. Both Springs In Gainesville Thursday PATS to TRADE with 8LADK. at
turday home on Lafayette Street to Pa- and Mrs. Clarence Scaffand the Gulf off Cedar Keys on -w Irartimer II
._ .
her son-in-law Mr*. Witt rand Mrs. Gasaett have' See the new Dorln DodsonDrewkra .... ". ,
I with latka. Mrs. H. H. Brice and two sons of Clearwater wen Sunday and Monday. .. .. "
| Mr. sad Mrs. W J. bHon''confined to..8hadycrest hospital Labor Day guests of Mr. sad! In gay plaid at the .
r daughters Barbara Lee and Mar-
N. Y.KACHE. ana their friends ,will be SMART SHOPPE. Alto-Ette and Interlude by JcxTMarth I
ckahae tha 'Sue are living in the Rosierhone Mrs.- Frailer Shaw. where I sit : fy ;,,
Ennis .
and Rom
(tad 1tO know they v are much while M-Sgt Brice Is stationed Mr. and Mra.. W. D. Jpnea and Mr. and Mrs Gary Maiden Form at STUMP'S. "'I \
bdttter.Mr/: "'Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonville eon. Gary Jr., spent the weekendat :, tr
with the army In Japan.!
and Mrs. R. J. Davis bad their cottage at Kingsley Lake.
were Labor Day guests of Dr.> <
*re. O. W. White left Sunday I
A... ....-. as their guests Sunday Mr. and for an extended visit with hersoninlaw ana Mrs. W. 11:. Ml d1eton. afternoon of last week.T. One GreatAmerican II I
.IIIoIJt Up_b&ll,........ Mrs., Walter Manley of Gainesme. I Mrs. Bertha Pearce the H. Osborne will return to CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION t .
and Mr. andiMrs. .
CJeUl' ......-. daughter of 7. i ,
I.....,.. his studies at the University Trait i iI il
/weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Edward
... .a.a..aal.e, tea :B. E. Boone of Jackson ,
Sunday ,
Houston. Houston. Texas on I
....arrowtlewla..I Poll Parrott and Star Dnm8 TWUI. Ensor in Jacksonville; Ii !r I
I".,CM"...a.ka..pl.t.Baca ...r........ask Shoes for boys and xirls''! ai "Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley are Mr. and Mrs.. K.: D. Tenleyhave two weeks.after visiting here the past I

gaea loaf.?. STUMP'S.' 'occupying their cottage on Kings- had as their guests Mr. new.tylvanla farmer for the kaH* *
ley Lake for several weeks. and Mrs. Tom Paul of Ocala on Simplicity Patterns at I always thiak It does a his eoorf.; the toleruee ef ;' ,

Dr, W. E. Mlddleton Is spend. Labor Day and Mr. and Mr. STUMP'S.Mr. paper editor good to get out from city who vain ODe 'way towards rIa r--
ing several days at his camp in Hardy Lovett and children of and Mrs. E. M. Davis behind hla desk and eee how folks folks vebe another; the tor- .'
Gainesville on had as their weekend guests Mra. other of ABteriea look, and thoee who I
South Georgia. Saturday. patti spring
A LIMITED PERIOD! It PAYS to TRADE with SLADK. Sw the new Fall coat suits Mamie Stone of Anderson Archer. and Mra. P. E. think, and art. *- since water of toward-those who thOM prefer who enjoy a 4 tth.

at STUMP'S.H. Isis been doirfe. a
Mrs Edna Warner, of Live Oak And that' what moderate beverage like beer.

H. Ford and non, Robert. spent a few days the early part ... past weeks, touringth. Its that cHat ) ,
I sit
[ typeAS CHEAP AS lO.95EXCHA 'GE : : of Lakeland will be Sunday site of the week with Mr. and Mrs. J. country from Michigan to Texas, From wMre bait of tolerance-re t ,
fucnts( of their uncle. John Uglow. Americas
Maine. It' a mighty J
R. Kite. California to sail
Charles Knight will 'leave for fa* "11"0&1.taste.,,
FL': sped
Product -.Ctmrranteea only t
Known Fully Gainesville next week to resume Mr, and Mrs.: W. H. Yawn were encouraging experience. Not liberties-that make this co atry 1"; M ''

Used Tires Must Be Usable I .,,111 studies! at the University of in Blacknhear. Ga., over the week. because of the different points of strong. Let>sever low iU' t
Yawn's mother, becauseof ,
Mrs. Into-but
Sun.. Mon.\ Sept. 12., 13 Florida.i, His parents. .Mr., and end vlalting view you run .
1147 'Temple Ave Starke, 'PIa.AY'S Mrs.!! H. V.: Knight recently movedback Mra. E. J. Crawford. PHARMACISTPhone the co,.,...... which reconciles n
PANHANDLE.Rod Mrs. Mary Naff of Thayer. Kan., of ', ''
different points "
: to Starke from Gainesvilleand those 'tats i t

/ SERVICE STATION Cameron Cathy Down are' occupying the J. M. Alvarez Bishop la visiting for: a her month.brother H.. A. 64 STARKE I mean the tolerance of a Penn 6/ ,

Also Alvlno Key A Orchestra house on Nff.h Walnut little boys' Boxer Style! Long Qa-the Minit Service __ I.
} St. Nancy and Hollls "Jr. have Brewrr..Fo".Jati.." t.tv
flan New for $1.08 at The SMART 1913. UIIed 5"1811 t.I
EASING 'a ELECTRIC ARC WELDINGd entered school Tiere. .. ... ,....... Cup"i. ;. I,
'" ITnt's. boy School Shirts In rotor 8IIOPPC. ",
I ('ar-Watihing To Remove Dirt Vacuum Cleaningbray gay !K''!
., Sept. 14 ONLY and flaldn at The SMARTslroPPE ----- "n '
See C. For "Entlnmterri I
I Expert Painting -

Doug Fairbanks Jr., EVteebetsi Vleet have returned to Starknafter SET YOUR
Terms As'Low As $1.20 Per WalkSEE .
Bergner spending the 'summer vlaTttng

'Us:FOR VQUR CAR NEEDS Also Latest New In' the Worth.Mrs. .

.' T. Z. Howard -and children *
IOCO GAS and ACCESSORIES moved this week to Miami "
''''I'd.. Thurs., Sept. 15. 16 to Join "Mr. Howard who has

BATTERIES SS7.95 up EXCHANGE DOUBLE: FETCKE been employed! 'there for .some 1.I' :1

FIRES '$12 75 and up EXCHANGE Melody For ThreeJean time.Marvin' 'Hookaa resident .

Ilersholt. Fay Wxay ", of Starke 'has been named SUPER

ROCKY AND principal St. Joe of city schools in Port :

Branch of Triends 'here sympathize with

With Roddy McDowell Miss Grace DUkinson In the loss

INSURANCEC. : : Also Latest N wa of her father James Putnam 113 CALL ST. STARKE, FLA i ,

.,. Dicktson who died 'in Jackson.
villa last Friday. ,
Fri, Sat., Sept 17. '18 1'
Mrs. Grady Hill and Mrs. i

BOY Will arrive here the end of the
week to be the 'house guestsof

ANDOverland Mrs. Erllne Busaey and Mrs.

146 Trails Janle, Avery. SHRIMP UND ::3Sc 1
Mlsa'Carol'White spent Labor .
Coftstarit Service Over 50 TearsLASSIFIED.- Johnny Mack'Brown 'Day weekend with her former A

Also "Solid Ivory" and: :;dhap.' Southern College roommate Mrs

.- '12 of "Dick Tray Itetturnd" ,W.' G. Underwood of Brooksvllle '
1 Nylon 'hose -at rSTUMP'S r .

FOR 3AI.K: AT BARGAIN: : 2 kero- ,f 'Id.. ,, I '?a" ''a 1 PLANTATION 30cPICNIC SSe f

aTTREssnS!! gene ranee., 1 coal rang. OLEO POUND
ALL HINDS 81a<1e Oiwi 'Co) ,, .itwo itfoom: I from
railroad t1'adk.on .Oall St. tf
CNfKIKTBD: 1011.r -
NEED- : A HOMJS; In a hurry? Have
frame hou... >14x3wv .3rooma and '
bath, fond pre-war Lumia.... metal r'n POUND!
roof, all plumblnn flxturei (tub) CENTER CUT
water plj". "Ink. electric wiring, / +
j Iral hot mater 'itnmter, '.2bornergun I
( hot eiJitte, *aome 'furniture I ,
and Ice bnx (not el . '..WillacriricA
far quick canh'tala.. .'You
RStTi-RE 1 must move >ifrom present ,site, (tatChurch \VhiteBacon 29ci
I and 8th Itl.!! tnarke' ) to
!'PHOLRTEBEDKETT5JIHIIED your lot. Contact F:. iL.. llatthewH
Bradford County Telegraph telephone
> : 24' ftarke.! tf I ))1
P' Its A Card9M.ITfRESS I tI
!\ CO. FOR SALE:; t lots tanmg''rangetit.
Total price for the 'two 'lot.I 1LBS.
10 fatetiutFla. ., 1800. Lentil:; Alvarwt. 81YJ Lafayette GOOD IRISH
St. ,iltp .i ,

OR FOR SALE: Mlnnlonary' BlrRWher- t
( SALE ry plant toy the! bed. M. Khoden. 1 0 35e'
4 miles net .on Halfovtiroad.. tl 'wMIh' POTATOES
4ra S FOR
I-BErtROOM: 'dl'
P of starfce. just residence com-, :Name on maVl box. 3tP 8-21: lF ;,' rYA' ; 1' vM Yi kf I u

t iP for half .
T caoh.ind ATTENTION: : .Coloredufliorans..
Block 1100 down. $3A month. New home*
-1\ prloe
"'. half glass In .'town.J'.",.,'8", In beautiful""'01'.... "h.lIvlt.lon available l .for t once colored r

to anyone. A. A A. Construction,
lonrrvtn Olass Block Inc., Telvphumo 2t7: Uain_vllle, 4, ;
rjieStepping! : Fla. *l "0.10 1' A miners
!'; Piers, }IorlaII: ,'". LB.MEAL
ILI !luxury bath
hauling. FM1 dIrt for !ROoM HOUSE: .>OU HA I.E.mear' d i "
school! tncln r1" In "IIy limit. of too. 'terms ; desired. :N. D.Watnwright. I colors
,high' round, fJOO up. Jr. 'lUW.. Call St. s' *#V# &a >>t t'p /e- ni l I.
Itt I
slips ml) Starke Fix. nl .
mad. P
or Building. con- Qfa& w x
r' $ -
FOR K.U.E: 7 1-3 acres and .- 9W{smears I GRITS
f'1I 1) SUi r.1vanla.,1; Pipe.In room unflnlcbnO bo..... 8 nUi.tNfrnnt > j *?,V.M.. *- ., iendU Dealer ,
per Stark Total prlne'l0J[:
, $450 down and e** hI.4-'h..1 I "..1"lump Jr. 128 W. Call B!.., d''r' ""' Mh'I 7h.r.i one far 'you- I
ton winch. Starke, Fla. ('It 'I
o E".I\EF.HIV V Hdl u h abelut.ly free-wh.n SUGAR

M[ ....... t'Mae CO.e4 FOR SALE: 1 keroaea.. rancett*. ?, ?,, ,' w1;, yy.Ir' you s.. our d.monh.tlos G '
like new. Rvaoonahlo. Sea tilak ef the new endlx Wother
SOUR TUIBER Jackson at poatoftlce. lti) with hSe amailng Aulc.nalic Soap

XOW FOR SALE: 4-room houaend bath. Injector.
'ash Paiil. Furnlnhed. Larcre" lot acroaa from
Prices ball park W. Washington St. '
Owner Wm. Otto. *-3 2tj) a BIG, SOFT, FLUFFY. 2O x 40 RICHES

RL'Y iN BULK LOST IV: STARKB!: arty in A UK.; 11 .11
IX UNIT Small cold club. pin. Malteae a GAY COLORS AND, PATTERNS! SETZER'S '
vroaa shape, 19 mall paarle &- it tr

J L-n PECK round Betting.edge Old Vivian"Enirllnn Duncan"B"rare Inblack 3 DAYS ONLY! SEPT. 13, 14, 15 .

.O. this newspaper.' Yep -17
Boac: 463 1
feMrille 1-ItOOM HOUSE: : for rent furnUluwi
!, Fla. Oas atove. Corner Temple Ave S.. the Bvndlx do on xfra affair
A llth $t. For Information tee'
a post ar" and I Mm. Mallory Thomas at same ad- .job no other waihcr can do i :
dr.... '"t
Come! see You.
FOR RENT: two bedroom house. Come ne the amazing Automatic Soap 4 1

I .rltl a II llneet saa cookingDahmer's Ulft Whop.' It Injector. Only the Btadlt fast ibis I
me tar lIablJltJl'. ant "mechanical braio" which putt in the
your I apartment; one 3'I"
D. In'.ran. FOR RENT- : Oaraie
1. Phon.Hnwnahl. Jr.. 128 ab..droom apartment; aloo fourrooms exact amount of fosp at exactl j ib.right 12 OZ. JAR OF, GI
161. tt of upper floor may J. .traiioo sad
time!Com see our mon '
rented entire or an two f I
!!rEAP and cold water ,. of beautiful Cannon !
Hot accept our fr //// a -
kbutavy duty bndy trap' ml.-ton. at all time tot N. Ctirrrr Lip !I.17 Ht. bath towel. Come see the new. {

flflaRA.r Alan. a Bendix G/ramatic! Il oecJn't be (as- 5
r ice coed chicken Peach
ice I l..m"1 FOR SALE: a few tona of .-
manure. H. H. Ooolbau. 2" ml.oathof I.n.4Aowat ;
;; :D for sta.rke) on Rt. 100. lip

....duial. s o..t.ld.1 FOR RENT- : S-room. "n'u'"Jl7d'. : NOWI A BENDIX FOR AS LOW AS

/Salary >' .iS Private bmth. OI1e .. -

.or.....j SSTaK, I I FOR Shop.BALE: S-room' cottage and Halfway ? $199251 1 .:313.5.5GET :: r Iw ARMOUR'S

a .y lots In sight of hl.hway.' I
Up between Ratford and Lake TOWEL WHILE THEY LASTS
11&0)(1 Butler none tn church at John.- t
E.tl'"t" '
< In
ffi.' ? ... 1 address town. IJSO.; Samuel/ Write E. Wilson.to FortOeorae.
Hlahway 100 *"> *"' ;
zed Jeeney.inr eosUp A.. FARMALL. Fla.fertlllsl A TRACTOR r dl..trlbutor. witheultlvator and. WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE Lard pr ; :

Vrae 6 I planter fnr ..a I.. Priced ,! ,

furlll'ho"For. All.... "iouaamodern. do F: E.on Waadln Rt. fors.8 ml north 2tp11"f Wal- 222-224 Temple Ave. Starke Fla. Phone .186

IaidjaCent .t Hsrry-e 4
to Camp WANTED: : On* "CallaaSt epeetf I I
Zip ton Apply at IIS E.


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ji( rAYrY W.1 1(48 In the above IV CIRCUIT COfHT BRADFORD
Plf -I7 4t .-lTIV September 27. Plaintiff
S. B. Thomas, Virginia E. I Attys. for COI'VTY' .
ParrlKh. lire Alphle 8parks. named Court ami wherein FLORIDAI l.V CH.4I.N. ereke .
\ ,; : ELECTORS FOR GENERAL Powell \V m. C. FI llcox Mary FrancisPowell Thomas, Walter I plaintiff seeks divorce and support 'IERY. child.custody anot control dlvoh.
'I J LIST OF QUALIFIED Mary Harriett rillcox J. a.Pullum Thomas, Sadie T'I CIRCUIT COfHT. MRADVOlin for minor child. Bradford Robert J. Tic, Plaintiff vs. Mary or uMe.
: ), ELECTION THE CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA, TO BE E, U "Hparks.'Mrs.. B. E. TenlyUEdmo : COI'VTV. KI.OHIUAI l.V CHAN County Telegraph shall weekly Edna Tlce, Defendant Case No. this. Orderlies' ,
: D.
A. D. 1948Hf F. J. Hlmmons, E. LSllcox ('ER?. Order In next four a1.*
Pellum thla
SEPTEMBER 8181.ORDER Issues. n.at
HELD THE 14TH DAY OF Pellum Mrs. F. J. /; Mrs. Qlaffy i .nij, Louise Fay Shapiro Plaintiff vs. Max Issues.Witness. OP PUBLICATION 01
:':g' ONZ P.rker' Ma. Htrlngfellow. W. //. Thompklns. Arsula Shapiro. Defendant. Case No. (78*. my hand and official AND NOTICE: TO APPEAR ae.1 Wltn.... lIty hand 't,

t It!I'i" 11f Adklns, Davie, A. H. John, Josephine F. Peek, France R.mmonillioWlaMr./ :Mabel1hom.onClert)\ E.rlpau'n. ORDER OF PUBLICATION seal at Starke Florida this August STATE} OF FLORIDA to: .i. i9/A.at Stark.. dl 'n
''iii'', I Andrews, J. W. Jr. nr a I. Pete. J. F.KnlKht W. A. AND NOTICE TO APPEARS X5. 1(48. Mary Edna Tlce, whose residence lbll *
Kickllter. J. Jr. OFFICIAL
HowlingH.. B "Hale, Mrs. Dorothy Thomas, A. J. ThomasAs I Car State : U
I Alvares, A. L. Patton OF FLORIDA totMax OFFICIAL SEAL) A. *: Hospital Morgan- SEAL)
C. A. (
t RebaJ.
Susie BvSlstrunk A.
,'!nI : Anderson. ,. A. W. E.r'.e'rLoi.VEpperson Kendrlck T. N. Pr.th..r. Kale, Ouy H. Thom., whose residence and Clerk of said Court. ton North Carolina: By A. Clerk I,
j; \; I' Alderman, Dora Knlsrht Mrs. N. L. Pooser J. W. ieort.Mrs. Alma E. Thomas, B. T.Patel .ddr..8haflro., ICO Tiffany Strset Br Haven Crosby, D. C. I I I You' are required to appear on J. 8.Haven Croab D'01 "eU Co
Van P.Pvndarvls Slloox. ( C. FloridaAttys. September 87. 1(48. In the abovenamed Harrison. Cpl C'
Adkln. LoisAnderson MarthaKlckllter. York; T. Frank Landrum 8t.rk"J ;
\ Kendrlck John New 'I BUlldlnlt' ,,
Leorna I Bronx I .
Elisabeth glow
t E. J. Seymour ) 4t17 Court and !
8-11 cause, wherein Jllek.onVIIII
MyrtlsAlvares Plf.
Mrs. M. L.Knight required to appear on for I AUYII. 'It
t t ; Edwards, W. Mitch) Pate Llnnl. Seymour' J. D.IStllley LTtflow: LoulaaVlnlng You ate tn. '. l .
', ., J.nie Edward., Ruble Ma. Clara MaeKnlvht Powell Oeor* C. Mrs. Letls .1,00... .
'J Anderson D. K.Keene Mrs. L. D. It I
I' I A. O.Alvares KdwardH Mrs. Dell / Perryman. Comer 1*. Hauls A. F.
'(\ Andrau, VincentAndrews Kpperaon W. J. Jr. NelmaKlckllter Parker, Charles C. Hlmmons, T. 8. Vinlng. I* D.
'.J, Mrs. Edith J-.ppersoa: Dorothy Miriam/ pressleyAnnle Mae Shu 11, E. T. Vinlng M. C.
Alvares, Hauls Edwards. J. M.Kdwards Kldil. }t. O.Kelly Phillip", Erne T. Shull. Mrs. E. T. Vanpfy leorge H. DEL 'MONTE
D. U.
LiiclioKngllsh I. /Stump' Lillian Vanpfy .
-'I. t Andrews, Nell Patten. O.
{ Kelly, Mra. Mary
l ;} Alvares. Erroll It. H. 0. Kldd. Eunice. .:. Pattvn. Mary C, Simpson: : EdHtlcox ; Walnwrlght N. P.
Alexander, J. B.Anderson English Leona VernonQulgley .
'fr1'l Kdwards, Merrill Klrkllter Dorothy J. T. Starling. H. K. Wall W. L.
Alice COFFEEPound
,J Anderson Oeorgs A.Anderson Edwards, 111... Merrill. Claire .. Uulgley' Mr*. Minnie W "starling<:. Mrs. H. K. .. O. W.'I
EvaAndrews Jodw.rdH.V.: A. Klncald. Mr JennnetteKeen Quick Nra: C. li. Jr. Smith Mrs. E. II. White .
11, Wesley \i.Andrews Edwards, Mrs. Carrie D. Quick, C. }f. Jr Sewell, W. B. White, Noble RayWilliams 45
1 Mrs. Maud. l.dwards, LJr.. *. Mrs. LeonaKllllnasworth Sewell. Ethel O.Sullivan. T. S.
: Mrs. AdaAlexander F'lwards.: ElalnsEnnls Mr*. J. If. Percy Wall./ II. C.
I Alexander KateKopelousos J. W. M Walnwrlght N. P. Jr.HinlthV .
WllmaAsplnwall Uary Robinson. Schmltt. Chaa.
.. .;, B. E. D'orveKldd. C. Mra.'Irtrlnla Austin E. I
-It ., Mrs. Mar l.dwardM; Mrs. Bitch. Herbert W. Winkler \ ,
( KnnlH. Mrs. Neva M. Valrle B. hitch, Isabelle Smith Foster Shi Williams, Nat

\,t k caretAlvares, Mr. Corlne Eberle, Mrs. Russell KoahaLouis W.T. Jr. Hay Olive E.Register Umlth Mrs. Mary Anne Williams, Louise V V.. 11e,
1 Anderson A. W Jr. Edwards, Jean W. Freeman Simmons, Hazel Wlggln. OrleWalnwrlght.
r' f Koch Mr*. I* W Rltch EvelynRegister. Strickland. W. R. Blanch
7h. 1 Albert ,JuliaAlvares 8. L.Amprases Futch;: C. A.Fernanda Kldd Mrs. Valile n.Fu"ler"Mr"Be"r'thi'E. Alice Smith Julia TysonSlbley. Williams, A. B.Williams. .
'Ii.. I Eva Kenls, Sam O.
? Mrs, Our. Bitch Mrs. CarrlsRichard H. GertrudeWilson.
i 'f''l. "'1''.l anla "Futch Verdle S. Kent, (laortleArnold Harriett Slbley, Rosa E. ]10.. E. | Swanson 1
'I\: t Joseph if.Fernandea, Isabella Kins-, Walter Ited Brave, A. W. Scott. Wilbur A. Wilson. Ilea Weeks
;.\, :. t Andrews, Mrs. K. E.Andrews Flynn, Florence B. Kite, I.oulse H.Klnr. Redgrave, Minnie Scott' Lillian Warren Mrs N. Annie F Chicken 1 yjT5
1\\I'x { Mrs. Ulurla D. T.
i Rom J. Redgrave, John "Sllcox, Patsy Robert. Warren :M.
tt,' a tl: Andrews Mrs Jewel H. George H. Kite :J. R. Reynolds, Mrs. I.. A. starling K. E Warren, Albert: H.Rowe .
f l'' ) f4 Alison drover Flynn. B., Jr. Krbllemey. r. Jean ClydeRowe Simpson Mrs. Rebecca w.rren, Kuchle FricasseeLb
.: ...
.1 Krletemeyer Al
411, l Adams H. H.Adams Faulknerease J. II. Hpence, John Wiley JackWlmberly
\ Mrs. Norma J. Franklin John I' Kelly Warren Hitch Carl Smith. Eollne W. W. M.Wlmberly. FOOD STORESquantity
l'I Anders Elisabeth Futeh Mack 8. Kelly Reirena Rltch, Mrs. Ruby .Smith. W. H. Katie Bell
"' Mrs. Millie J. Robinson Blanch Wynn1t.John. Alice Wiley. Lottie'Wiggins
; il Alison VirginiaAster KlYlin'g wo'rlh. Wllla V, H. M. Laura Lea
rv: t Richard. Hte'fanelll. Henry
t k Austin, Phyllis B. P. Ferry. Mr.. :l11&I'y... Kirkland R. N. Raymond Paul Smith Victor W. Wall. Martha D. 55c fUfbta Bea rved
\ Klnney. Carolyn II. Raymond Ethel Henry 'Williams. Mrs. Gladys
'l I 1'.1) !t. Anthony Harry Orlffln, T J.Oreen Kyle. Kthel T.Ik "t.tan.III"lIIrR.
Harry Bitch N. T. Jr. U O.Starling. .
; .'.'f.: Alvares Anthony, Rail V. R. A. Kyle Kenneth R. Rosenberir, !Ham' Mry Ward :Mrs. Carrie Prices Good Thru Saturday September

j} ), I. : Alvares, Mrs. Ruby Orlffln Mamie E. Kersey Llbran ltoH nb..r.. Fannie Spence J. M.Stone Weldon. S A.
v4 ; Oreen Mary E.
r Claude
Rowe Weldon Mr.I..r
: \ : : Andrew*, GUY Edna )
Oreen Fannie' Long. Cornelia Peek
a Rosenberg. S. OladysWilliams
Albert MarlinsJoe
{+ f' tt': Albright Akrldga, Howard E. Oreen., Lloyd J. Long. T. .T. James I.'. Hmllh Shi K. Mary Ballard Obelisk -

... .".".' Abridge, Mary J. Dill Florence Long, Merwln Hosier Paris) Stone, R. I* Williams, Fred
..1 ,$ Avery :Mania H. Or..n. Floyd I.on-, Lois E.Lewis Rowland R. R.Rowland SI ruth, Mrs. KlxxU. 1'1.!' Williams, Mrs. Mary
Oreen, Mr. H. Inei James
f I Elisabeth l. Klney (Mrs.B. "Htruth. Kate Smith
t.' wriV1m' l ,, Alvares, L. R.Alvares Preen, ]sea A.Oouilman Llbhy. U I.. B) Struth. Merrill I Walnwrlght. James R.
J. L. Lennon E.
Thelma P Rowe, LnftHleRobinson Stewart James F.Vlnkl.r., Mrs. E. .1.
,( Olaagow. Htmid Lennun Klvln Alvin Pt.' John Vincent 8.St. Warren. Mrs. S. N. r
.1' 4 ; Uraham 'V. H. Jr. landrum T. Frank Bobbins Alex C
1 IX B/ownlee. ILL John. Mildred Ii.t'Illlamx, Amos
.riff Is, J. W.Orlffls. Lnndrum :Mrs. T.
i I' ; Bishop. H. A. Frank Itohblns, Irvin Strickland, Rose William. Joe
by t Mr. J. W.Cruham Limn, Richard H.
>-:, I. Brownlee Etta .. HI. 't: Keasluy, O. L. NathanOalney J."wls.Ir.. : Thelma. I* Register Freeman Jr. suttle. Mrs J. White, Dorothy Ray lb541Green
fl..le".Oertrlld. Irma Mrs Thelmd K"Ilrii'5? J F. Wade, (". T.
; ; I. ; guttle*
Edward Irlffls, ; L Lloyd KthelLamh
.' Burns !'tmlth.' J. B. Wade Mrs. C. T.
) 3 ,. Mrs IflaY'1It \hVar
tlwl Htirns. Bessie tlrlffls Mr F.I liar EII.Rh..th C. a Walnwrlght. Katie
Orlffls Martha Lang, E, C, Rhoden Clarence F T.ulaTurner .
Bronka Berths 1'orode. Wand, llonn :.
Barefoot P. M. Oalnes, I.. M.Oreen Lawson, F3Lawson n..nh..rIeJ. l...ion Rnv V. Wand Martha
i Barefoot Reacy Mrs. Lucite:! H. :Mrs' E. Roberts J. P. Trilby J. J.TlKon. William., EdwinWilliamson.
lti. ,?,raY Dorothy Law, Afro Ellen H. Roberts Leona F.
Burney rteorire w.BltsTS. HullleThompklns I. L.
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Mi. .l1.1 Ethel M. Ureen! L. C. I. 1.. E.Lansing. Router MrH, N. B. Jr. Lade Wright Harvey
''' ( i Portent.W. A. Jr U raham. Alice P.Mr Mrs. V. E', Rosier N. R. Jr. Thornton.. W. 1':. Wood Florence
r Bonham *. W'A. Oatlln Henry I.. i ippe. Harry; WBrown. R..IHt.Ir... Freeman' ThomaH, N. N. Weeks, R '. | Hard Heads
P ; llr.i. Florence P."eorge, Mr*. Ida. l.nppe, Maud T. Jr. Thornton Mary 'V..k.Irll T.arktn- D. lide's In-Dirt's OutTIDE
.] \. Bryant. Mrs. I.lsslaResxent "nuy, FredOrlffls Law '...nchllr.i"tl. Pitch, Mrs. rnrlvle' Thomas, Mrs. R. A.Thomas Williams Ethel J.
t t' 11I1'.. MaryJlurncy Henry Letterman, D..nl..1i Rowe., Mrs. Ola Ma. Robert T. "'lIkl... Mrs Ruth
: : Oomes. Raymond J. Lee T. U-
i ir ,, Mrs (llndysBurney Thompklns, Ines
.. Mrs. 0. W. flrlder Riifus H. Land, Martin Stump, F. F. Tlson, Mrs. ThenThomas Ward WIlllamH. Dewey D. Cabbage Lb 5e
Rov H.
\ .,, Oreene, tiorln;' Land Jettye Ruth SlMtrunk, M.
3.. () Burrell Tom : AO. Mrs (:lladys Warren John I.Wlmberly Lge Box 29c
Battle Mabell Oodwln, Henry T. Lopes, Rvon: Scott F. Thomas, Cecil
r ," ., Leonard. Long, Marian 'PII' W' M.Mmlth. Fannie Win-
', flarkRd"'le, Mrs. P. Thomas, Mrs Dorotha .
; J 1' 1 Bryan Mrs. Julia VIRI.rlffl.., Ruby I. loOn or. Ensrene M. Pi H, Nell Ifred
: Wslker Han. T.
jt' Green Carolyn Lewis MyrtlceJlcM Stump, Eva,
q Frown tlllbertBeaver Thomas, George W.
Oardner/ Oeo. A. Lifnine, ., v May L. I'8I1c.... J. L. Walker Margaret B.
h Thomas Mrs fleo. W, '
t. '," Buford R.Jerry C. O.diner/ Mr* Mlnn'le LaBlne, Richard; J. Sauls. Mrs. Pearl Thnmaa Mrs. Violet White, Carol S. Firm, Crisp \
'I' Wells :M. f'.
{ Ruford Mrs. Irma D. flllcox, D. I* Thon, ElisabethThomas.
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t : O O Land O' Sunshine
{ Bryant Oscar Glasgow Helttn 12 llan. Merrill' Simmons, J. L. R. M. W. R.
I I l': Rurney Ida Mae (Olover Fo.'.- McKinney, Alex Iva I Sapp, J. B. Thomas Floy' WaTk'.. jo'h'n
> Bridges. P, 1* Geiger I Norman McKinney, Melvin Slntrunk, Joe. M. Thomas. Mrs Heater I. Williams., II. Lettuce Lb 13
j :h, Bridges. Mr. Lllll ", '' Rlstrunk. C. H.. Tororte, W. B. Jr. C C.
I sKfIrJt.ftJrjii. H A. E. Sllcox, CelenaSllcox. Wasdln.' R a.
Reaver SusieBrownlee. rT
Thomas, Ressl
i J. W. !" ? bells. Wasdln) Mrs. R. 8. ButterIn
Tholn. "ly4a Nells :
<, RTOWH Mildred E. Oresham Morgan ir.IIlclntyr. : Mr... T. J. Smith Junlus }of. Tucker, If Waters Mrs. Bart 7 3cCarrots
'':', -ill f1' Baker Mrs. June Oelger, h. C. McKefvey. Frank Swindle Hannah :Tucker: 'rRE'n. K. Waters Winkler: Odell Warren W.
I Harden, Johnnie W. Green Robert O.McRaeMCRa. R. E. Hupp. Mrs. Leona. Thornton. Wilier Mae
.. t Bryant. R. F. Oreen.vein Uladys .. Mr. Ethel lateen I : ;, W. 'A Thomas N. H. Vllllnmn.Williams.: Francis Jennnette M. r Green.Top Quarters! Lb
:, ', 7 Harden Ora Has nod John M. J'offlnney. MrM. FlorU Tri.r'.RIIL: Thomas, Ovid
Rlumer Deo. C. Ooolnby P. F' McClellanTma A. Smith W. p. Jr. Thomas, A. (\ Wainwright TA>UMB S.
') r Brown H. C. Oool.by Mrs.: P. F. "' 11..Je.lI.nr' Thompson, Marjcirle W-llllams.. Wlllard
iNt i 4 I B,fl. r.. Drn.n.: Mn. Florence A. OrI"*". Herman. Mclntonh TillmAn R Smith, W P. Stump W..hh.(1'0.. ) Aneda
,w< ".",.. Burney O W Ollsson. HennonF Men.d'U'y. ; Lacy ;, 'Eva'Mo" Wynn, J. O.Young .

I;"' Barton! J. C. Grady IJ..II"r.. Tho Walla-e F. A.McKinney Mclntonh ,J.K.,V"'it f. Stump' KvelynSnssfp Mrn. MSearing. Thomas Thornton,' Victor M RThomas C., Mrs If. H. BALLARD BISCUITS 2 Pkg* 27c

I'J. Louis Melntooh'II.. Young Theodore Jt.
i ; Bennett J. tlntlln, Rus.ell' Mr. Eunice Fr'"nk F.' Yanuey
,... .,.I gr..S&/. Lnulll joe R.A. Hoover.! J.C. ?Mn.Nelll!,,!.aurin.4" P.H f. Perkins ThnmallIallo.y': : Ci. Yancey, Mrs.A.: E. A.IN 1 n. el

'1 ST J AlshoD Mn H A. Jr 1..mlDlway. l". u. ".e..aur.n. Pilar/h./ C'lRCUIT ('O'RT. RRADI''ORD J. C.: Law 2 19c REDI-MIXT QTRS. OLEO Lb 47c
Bell J. A Hayes E. W. 1II"'arty. Mrx. W. E. NTY. FLOnJDA& IN Durance ExchhangaAttve. !; Bchs
Baker; A. ;'9. Hoover Ella MldRae. Mr.. Donald l .I/.cka. <<;Jnytlle.
Vat y Park.dal O. Hoover Della NeKlnna y A. E. Jr", EllwarS'. its nor Plaintiff' vs. I tor 8-20 4t 9.1u
I urd.U.., ir I.C.S. }Hayn., Hope Me'lane: ui. .Ir. "
B RO Ravnor. Defendant. IN
f Brown'RuthD.' Holliday Sara Hops :\e"lan.. M.. K.T.. K. Jr Felf1 I.'ORO 3Sfflw>FLORIDA"If REDI-MIXT SOLID PAK Lb 45c
Baker R. Hay. Ruby A. II.Carly Welter Fl.Burn..it ANDS ("
1 louver Don L. AIc1a.. ) G O 1tqN
rl Hal onahl F. O Yellow
,'} t Bell.. Margaret; Hart.V.. H. McOrlff Or..n J... /S F t 0 R i A to I Dorothy. Lewis Warner Plaintiff
ProW. Howe. J. R. Menrl". n. J. PorothY alt \\yp. jajjies JJ..Warner, berenaant.1JCATXQN .
,; i Brvant. MVidellr. R. F. Hutto I.. 8. MCUrltf, L.... H.1Iu'l1lnllton. idence and avnor. :wnoae re. i ewD. 8 SUPERBRAND MARGERINEu> 33c

'fat f ; S. R. Hutto loin. L. 8. M'Va". I. C. dir.Hower. You arc h :e.eaunowt':: AND Onions 3 Lbs 14c
x .. Lellle M. 11.11.. W. n. McKelvey Mr. J. A. aooear on Sentenjber 20. 1948. In I 9 TARlC ,\" t0t'Eii
PIli'S'. m. L. Jr. Halle. j1aude C. Manaaea II. A. the above named Court and cause James ft. A to
RIRg.., )lr.. E. L. J... Hartmann Albert Matth.wa. E. 1'1.' wherein' Dlalntiff\ seeks divorce, denpe J is unknown Warner, whose tee ALLSWEET/ MARGERINE Lb 41c
Ruth Hartmann Eh.l. Manning. Della flraufprd County TelerraDh shall
I i BBroadway.' n c. }tart. Edna. lo/lddl"lu". W. E.Aa.nk. I Dubjlsh' this Order In next lour You are hereby required to .
feneva. Iran Sh..lII. IIIlddl.ton, NollaRIu. w lV illllues. aoDear on Settember 20. J948. In I
.. Robert E.H.mlnKway.. Mr. Sarah Mitchell. AlrH. Loclleqqq t hand and official I wherein the above name <,urt and! cause. Roasting: EarsCORN J', 1Jo

r Blair Mre! W. L. H.mintway L. n. Matthew.. MrN., Ida seal neqtake. Florida' this AU*. Bradford Plaintiff\ seeks divorce
( Hemintway Annie Middleton, Telegraph shall .
Itrown Odl. E : : ; lfa4R. f&FVx1tAL! Dub ish
I, Ratan, Della Herr 11118. VIII. SEAL) A. J-.Thomaa this Order in next four Armour's
Canov4. Bunk C. IInuaton. Harry H. Hun.ly W. H. Jr. I As Clerk ot maid Court. weekly Witness Issues.': c
t. i CarltOn. Fred Holland ERal. 1) Matthew,. Conway Bv Haven Crosbv. D C. mv hand and official
C..nov. Oladys Masan Clifford T. Frank seal at Starke Florida, this AUK.
Jr. Mundy Mr. Ixlla Landrum. Starke. Fl"
1' (i' Crews" Maud herding' T. E. ;\tllllh....... E. I. Attva. for Plf. 1-20 4t 9-ld 19. 1948 12-oz
/ .
i' I SEAL,) A. J.
Canova Levy A. laynee Georgia K. Mitchell Lu.'Ile Thomas 29 Treet 39c
.l ''C Canor0. Mona A. HUlrh.H.. Emma 1I1atth.w.. Mr... )laxel IV CIHCfIT COI'HT, UN 'I>KOHI> p Iv As Clerk ot_ said Court. 5 Ears Can
' Clemons. II'r"nla Herrington, Mary M..n..R. Celia J. C'Ol' \'''Y. FI.OHIIl.tl IN: L'llA. lach C.
,,: (l Carlielf. J. B. tlladye lit a n....,. Mina (''':HV. HtlY8kcrosbV. 33 W. FtOJ1'da
Cooper, Richard 1'']. ., Charles E. Walker
Hunter D. Jloeeley. Mr. JOo N. Plaintiff vs. sonvllle'8.?? /
1 Attva.
i Crawford Mra Annie Hagan Jon I. "Morgan M. M. Nancy Louise Welch Walker, De PIt 4t -ld
t ('umminee Walter 'Hutchlnls. T. M. Mellon. ('Inren'. fendant. Case No. A77fl. IV TUB .
lutchings. Mn. Annie Mnrtan lolr. Mettle L. PUlt'LIf'\TI0N HIIAUfwnn
1 (Chalker Mn. C. W. 1. M.y... Iola AND NOTICE TO APPEAR COUNTY FLORID%. I
Coleman Mre. Alary E. H..rlonlt' fr. H. R. 111011. lolr... IIlallllol STATE OF FLORIDA to: IV Ma (""Poleja.'\'IIUY.' .: Case No. 11711:1.: | Lux ToiletSoap U. S. Gov't. Graded Baby Beef Sale!
}. Catnpb.H Earl. }louton Manlre C, 0. Nancy Louis Welch Walker who. Hammond Plaintiff
' Cannon. :}. V. Harding: ::;:: !J.II B. Mlanlre: : Frada leva residence and address Is: 111 S. vs.' James. E. Bane, Et. AL Defend- Sirloin
' 1 Cnlle". Margery H. Ifammett 11I0.. Maxon Margaret Kiloworth St., Care of Mrs. uard.ner "" "ORDER Rib T-Bond Chuck Brisket
t Campbell Marjory E. Holts.ndorf Martin.. Welch UreensboroNorth OF PUBLICATION
Kthel Joe Carolina
Colson. dl W, Holtwndorf: Hen Martine.: : N.Illa : THE AND: NOTICE TO APPEAR Steak Steak Steak Roa'st.Stew
('ol.on.I..muel Hartman Loyree Milton Mia. Katie You are required. to appear on STATE OF FLORIDA TO: 9C
''+ I Colson 1I1r.. A..a. Pow. Ilartman Edd" 1II01lt. Mr.. Are N. September' 27, imi. In the above Mary Evelyn Walpole Hn William I J. Walpole. Reg a
oat i
named. Court and th* residence
.ra Haven lllra. 'IAra Monty harry cause, wherein

S S1 'r 1f (Clark'arll.ls, Il1r.Ruth. T.I.Ie, Holling.worth Ifollingeworth::: : f.'r;;'An. Mooney Maneaca, ,ta N.. Alfred County plaintiff Telegraph seeks. divorce.shall Bradford publish James each of K whom Dane, a Is resident unknown of Aberdeen and Lb 7ge Lb 6ge Lb 89C Lb 59C Lb 39

J'f (Colson Illro. Pearl E. nl. 11. !\IMnRoMo.11': '', II. A. this order In next four weekly tits., hotel Third and Klngalry Swan ..
Carter. W. M. Hagen. 101. F. Milligan R.: H.W ssties.Witness. Park New Jersey:
Prewar Dyer }ludgine, Mr.. Mary '. E. Il my hand and official and to all parties having or claimIng ,...
'. yt Crock.r: r:1 R. Kathryn Moore, ni.t:. seal at Htarke Florida this Auguit' In any right title, Interest or lien Soap ." ." :"Ji"
; ('hurehwell W. J. Ha.Un... Jam. )\.IIn..a. KAna U. IA4'. described or to the property hereinafter Grade A Dressed & Drawn Quick Frozen t \
Churchw.ll. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. :J. ; llltEKTINOl .
IIln. W. J. Hough H. L. Melon( Hili. Thomas ,. .
You ..
r'arlal.., AI K. II.lno. Lewis D. 1Itll.H. E. F.' As Clerk of said' Court. are each hereby notified that ... -. ", I
N 'lov..re.tU. H. P. Harp"r. J. C. :\fll"H. Mr... E. F. By Haven Crosby D. C. a suit has been Instituted In the \ ,
Cloversettle.. Willie H. Samuel W. Oetsen Vidal above named Court and cause against 10e
I Humble. Otto :Manacca A. C. Bldg.. Reg <
I ('onn.... J. Lucian Humble. Mine Mannaaa. IIlrll. Iv.\ f.,. rialneavllle, Florida Nelle you H. Nollman and each of you and 69c : }
(Canton; C.t.. Faward V. E. Murphy 1IIr. Thelma O. Attys. for Plf. 8-ST 4t 917OTICM by Ma. as defendants Fryers Lb
Hammond as plain
Cannon Mr. C. M. Hunter. 1I0nda Moore. Air.. Florence tiff to foreclose
OF K.I.KC'TIOV a. a first and prior
'armlch..I. A. C.
ilasen f. O. !Murphy Thelma lI"n. .
. Ti111 .(t'armlcheel, n..larl.. Haven Mra. Frankh 111.. Moraan Th..da I, Harolil CVatl\ Mayor of Starke, lien a mortgage over the following Swan
pp ('nok Howard Florlita by I authorityvested property situate In Bradford County
Jlarrla. William Morgan ) \\ .
L. IInward, Arre. V. E. Manning. 1 1.11,1 N.I : In : by"ia.rh'h.. call. Florida, to-wlts: 59c
CroRbYwM.rlan From A Dressed
i( Ihward Jo. A. MIy era I.ella Mae an election to be heM. at the City Northwest corner of NK4' Soap Long Is. Duckling Lb
I Croaby, A. D. lloward: Houlah Mizon: A, N. Hall In the aforesaid town by the of NW It.. of See; 10, Two. 7 S, & Drawn
R. at QUick
raraw..,. Joe. II..rrl.. W 11. 1I11"on. Annie qualified. voters on Tuesday. Sep ran South OS ft. to a j

gp Y, 1 ) t (Cameron nette Barbara An. Howard Hufatetler Ella hdgar ilia. MOR..I.y.Manning. R.xtr/re"Iv"../ tember 14.the 194 following, for the nfflr.reiThree purpose: ofele'ting point Kast 1B3 of beginning ft to West thence line run of I! 16'/2 Frozen ) Stewing Chickens Lb 59'Lge C

State Road 100 thence
, ("ro..hYr Albert I. Jr. Henry A. }r. Mundorft H. 101. Aldermen for Two Year.Inspectors run South-
"ro.h". Violet W. H..IHlln. R. W. 1I"'nnln.. Th.lmR of said. election: S. easterly along West line. of said
(Conner Norman L. )aye.. W E. 1II0..I"y. Mr.. I.aura E. Sparks, R. F. Demorest, T. S Wil State Head 1738 ft, thence run 1
(Conner Lorain I. Holton J. O. Mlathewa. John "U. (lame F" a. Hemingway n. B. West 170.2 ft., thence run ;North Sale SLICED Wilson's Laurel Dit.1'ermont
S 16S ft. more less, I With Deodorant
JlnJl' ('hrl.tma.. JAm.. A. Holland. Eleanore Mereereau. Thonll. I. Rowland beginning to point of
( Chrl.lm.... .F dna W farrl.. Truman Morgan n. I. In testimony whereof, I hereunto I : together' with the ten.emttnts .
('..rratt. A. H. lIutto. OH rnlta :Matthew.I' I'lara \I. siibHcrlb my name andause the hereditaments. and appur C
, nnwa'F.. F. Ill seal of the said town to be hereunto tences thereto belonging' Modess
l(0urh \Ir. Alma tt n01y. ( Id :dell
(Conner Dorothy }faun Elca P. 11101'1' .. .1 H. affixed this-. the loth day. of, and you to and file each. of you are required Bacon 59 77cKleenex
August A. It. 194$. appearance
Conner, Rule Maa Iath'ork Hattie G. Morrl" MrR. Annie 1I1A" In said
(Coleon Thnm. F" H..nr"11'0.: A. U. Mlott ilra. Luln (OFFICIAL SEAL) cause on October 4th, 1948 other
)k' :t (Colann Catherine G. Hn-ft". O. P. Manning. Orl\'. Harold (:'. Wall, Mayor. wise bill of the allegations of plaintiffs 321 C lb Lb
("r...,.. Loula Hnhhe. J. C'. Maat.r.. Julia ATTEST: complaint will be taken .. Rep
("r...,.. B.a.a M. HnhhR. flllld,. IIlaRt..r.. A. W. Carl Johns, City Clerk by you.
('aeon Elmo Hlekey. Elm. Les Martin 11 0 lit a A. 8-13 It 8-10 la The designated Itmdford County Telegraph
Conway. Lacy C. a* duly qualified

Conway Farrl. U. Hnrtly Hardy "harl..a Juanita M. Martin Mundorff A. l.u..lIl.I' I.. IVHCVlT roi'HT. BR IDFOltD shall newspaper be published In which this notice Small Pork jjnr 59c

t )Inlllday: Arthur N. Monteith E. A. (COI'VTV PLOHIOi. .... weekly In then'Wltnees Hams :
Jnlll. T.. A. Jr. )fudglne. Paul L Monteith: : Katherine; IV NKi Adoption of :James Norman. my handsandathe .
r I V..la.1i: MDavt. seal nf
Harris by AI C. Carlisle
and Kate.erlne .
said Court 200'a 300'aWilson
at ..
te Perryman Tnrram ::0.,... Carrl. A. N.wllon.. R. A. Carlisle Petitioners.. County, Florida, thineAugu -
f Darby ClIaa. Ingram Jlu..h B. Jr. :-I.w.om.. Edna ORDER OF PUBLICATION 1411. 17th '
t Demora.t R. F. Na.worlh". (". }i. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
Mx I arb">> Annie Jenkins. A. O. OF A. J. Thomas, : OSage Kline Pit Crust
N..worth". Elizabeth STATH FLORIDA TO Mortimer

e, M1, n..vl.OaviR.. Lucile R. J. JohnR.J..hn.. Ella Carl F. Norrle Norrl... W.Ellen 111. unknown F. Harris, whose residence Is fl.r Itollls Florida I Circuit'.. Knight. ( ';rI..r-.S..t'Id: ,: ) Conn 17 V2 271 Dessert Peaches No2'an 19 I: Mix i

y I Davis. Inu J>>hnH. IIlrN. S. R. Sr Nunnery. TtudnlllJt You are required. to appear and Attorney for Rtarke, Florid. .
D.mor..t V.rna J. Johna. Berry Nollman ,"V. H. answer the above named petitioners Plaintiff. 8-20 4t 9-10
; Dell Damon JOhnR. Calvin Nollntan N.II. n. In the above named. Court and cause iv (Tact IT fi'"rRT." Certified 16C
I'enmark Emily John.. Charley E. Norton. C. C. on the list day of September 1 t4>, ('()|'-\TY'. KI.OMIIltl nntnponn' 8-oz Pkg
;' Duncan K. O. JnhnR. Thelma Itrln.onIorton. wherein, the petitioners IN Cll\\-'
: Jfeale R. seek to C'KHY.Opal Ashland
I q) Duncan Mr.. K. G. Johna Th..lma Red. Newcomb. o. N. adopt the said James Norman liar I \\hvte,, _
,1 Darby. John M. Plaintiff, vs. James W. Towels I I:
grave Newcomb Libby tie a minor. % Tripe. Paper 150' 11B
kyle Defendant .
Case ,
t Darby. 11I1'.. J..n John.. :I, I.: :Nunnery. (1I.llYII J. Witness my hand and officialseal ORDER OP N'n. H7S9; : Woodbury
t4 Dlnklna. Mra. I. F. Jnnea Emma Nirhoa. Johnnie I this the 18th dRY of August. :.NOTICR pt'f"LIf'ATIOlASO ;/
i (Thelma) John.on Abble W. Noetel Itt.nl..y S. 1944 at !ltlark... Florida STATE OF TO APPEAR Soap
e nlnkln.k L. F. John.nn Ruth W. :-1..1.. J.w.1I A. A. J. Thomas Official Seal) J.m.OJ'. Whyte, FLORID to: 24.0 53C
{ Caud o J.nkina Chap, If. ='1n.a.l. w. H. Jr I'leri' of Circuit Court and addreas la whoso residence Argo
: ;
Dennl.: fH, lenkln.: Chap:. A. By Heven Crosby D. C. ", : Monney Hotel Ath Peas c !
I1.9ue. Obey ., en Pennsylvania: Sugar No 303 Can 1 II 911.C
J..hn.. H B. Olson )iertlf F: K. Perryman AU'" Starke, You are required 1/2 Reg
t hetue. Jame. John.Iro.: Ruby nl..on. Tltua. Florida. 8-20 4t 1.1 C September, 17, 144, to in appear the shove on Land O Sunshine P-Nut
Mra Ou..l. Jnhn.. S R. Jr. nd<>\VIIII.m N. '. named Court -
')owlm<<. K.: J. .inhnz. AII.n M. Moro John It. IN {.IRCt'T CO'NT plaintiff. awek.and cause, wherein
tJowlI",, Claone M. lnhnz. IIfr.. MeU..a V. ov.retu..t.. T. W. FOlln l NTY.f FW t111SAArthur I County Telegraph divorce. trsdford -
J: r.. Chia John. Mra. Ruby H. rM,.. shall pohll.n Butter Pard Doc ,1A&x Toikt
T'enmlrk:: R. 0 :Judd, 'Millard. ,: Pak Clara 1.Dowling "C-Tip'wOii; ) Plat,,,tltj. >r Issues Order lit next four' weekly : "Sweethecart

I. William E. J..nkln.. :lIra. \'Io'lnnl. Prklna. 1.101010. Claudia Gr'f fens amue"l. Defrnil- Witness. FootLbCan '
(Bllllfl; Allee Perryman. E. K. art C..ae No. 1\7,2 seal at my .hand and official seas
Dzhmer A. :I. Jnhna lllra. T.aura 'erryman 1.01.. ORDER n. PURLICa'l'ION AND 15 1449.OFFICIAL starke. Florida thus August 48C cSnap
Dahm.r B..rlllulh'4' J..nklnR. Sara Jo'. Powell. ('haR. J. NOTICE TO APPF.AR 24.0% c
i' la Dampler Rh..da Z. John.. Mr.... Frnnle P.rkz W. B. TAT": fF F L 0 It D A to ( A. SEAL. ) A. J. Thomas 1'4 13Y
Dixon Mr.. Katienhn./ .. :\Ir.. Loa Parka': Ethel R. Claudia Ortffens Sam ('Isl whose By Haven Clerk of said Court. Bath Size 13C Bath Size
", )' D.nnl.. 1I1r. Myrtles H.Jnbne. 1I1ra. n..rolhy n. Parrtah. 0.E P. res'denc, Is unknown: 0.... L. Paiten.Crosby p. c. Snow-
1'rakdl' Durell Jnhn.. Illra.I.ml.! J'hllllg 1 :' iir.F' You are hereby reoulrerl tosnoenr Starke. Florida
Davia Mr. W. 8. Rg.a on Secterrber 20. 94S. in Uquld Starch UltraRefinedClorox
'n'UJ.hrn.R: : J.: Jr. Jor Havana) Pe.req 1\Ir., Bertha the) above name.t Court anit cause. Dn {, Beech Nut Baby
Onr.himer Frank L. Jnhna: Corley Prl.zt Clyd. o.Doyl. wherjln DI.lnU seeks lvore.
.. Mildred, O. John.on' Edward .11. I.tA.IIIT.' Clydeltoyl. Bradford County T.'ell'1'atlh' shatDubi4n !! !mttig RayoQuart
E. Paul in next lour 40C Food
Jefferson D. John.a, Mra Mztl Po..II. Mi.. rat Lb
Iwnton Mr.. WIIld! Mae JOhn. Hart W. MlMr.d1hvJs weekly .t..u. .
:rean P. Jon... F. PBeck) pr.th.r' H..len ,, band and ottlclal} a and pain RIvnuaaMeai. c

I .n'1)ler1 lton R. C. 'Johnzon John., Abb Harold A.. Powell Pow.Il, Maria Ned seal g a1l1tarke. Florida. this AlOFFIClAt. u[. Hewttle Hiaslss.,Werlui l..B>se
Dobbs: Nita Jaek.on, W. '1'. pfek R. L. Jr. f $ SEAt A.-J.Thomaj. sssslly starts Us wyy pw*First *eae 1 i i

v et Davie.,H.al.r Jaokeon Margaret, .0'. P..k,, Mr.. Myra D. .Haves Croihv .aG) Court. Oe vert% MsMtad, easel We as4 alee. atere **a>(reel elaM ess".
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I PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS a e . w . t e . Simmons spent Tuesday'In Cedar had .all spent the Labor Day REVIVAL AT COBTNTI1 .I', 4I I:. I'

lb.1114 ciiimcn Keys weekend with ,relatives In Waldo. Beginning September 13 through'19th. ;l 1

II ; grch News 10th St. sad Temple Ave. GrahamBy Pine Level] HamptonBy Mra. Lizzie Wynn of Starke, Friends her of Mrs Vtrgl ., Brother,, W. H. Edward I
Sunday School 9:45 visited relatives her last week,
: a. m; Morning Interestedto I
,r M Worship 11 a. m.: Evangella- Mra. John McKlsuMj By Mra. H. M. McRa Mra. M. C. Swee ey and had some repair' work dons Addison of Ocala were from Alaehua. Florida will conduct r.

ehkiI Church tic Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone . '. on her property here. hear of her recent marriageto the revival. Service iwffl'' begin I
atilt Cottman, of Ohio. She
welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Craves and daugh. We are very glad to have our Tragic Accident Occur Mrs. Lynn Hall and oldest George 'T. at 7:30: p.m. Everyone Invited
!. k on Topic for Sunday Morn. ten of Lull were visiting friends pastor Rev. W. E. Hall, and his Relatives and friends were daughter. Margaret spent Friday la a (later'of Mn C. Cbastale Ii I I
e Home and the Home CONGREGATIONAL and relatives over the weekend. good wife back with u. Sunday greatly shocked and grieved on In Dasher Oa. The Halls and frequently visited her. to attend.

tl.Lrh, from Home." This .to In METHODIST CHURCH Mlllard Varnes of Sampson was after attending the revival meetIng learning of the tragic automobile had a. weekend guests. Mr. and 1 .1 I

i ce of "Family Day", Services every Saturday night visiting his brother-in-law and at Webster and the Fellow- accident on Labor Day In New Mra. Gilmore of North Carolina.

HL'the 8 o'clock hour Sunday Sunday morning and Sunday night sister. Mr. and Mrs Edd Parrish, ship meeting at Branford.Mrs. Orleans, La. in which Mr, and Friends regret to hear of the STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES r
1' Dr Shuler Peele the 11 a m. and 8 p. to., at Congregational Saturday. Florence Haltlwanger of Mrs.. Harry Starcher lost their illness of Mrs.'' Garfield Johns, ffIf ,

I g,' superintendent. will Methodist Church on Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McKinney Jacksonville la visiting her bro. lives.The whose condition necessitated hospital A Complete Line of Builders Supplies ''t i
First Quarterly Con. Brownlee Road., Rev. J. W. Orlffls and Stare hers, whose home treatment this week. We Sarrle :
The and Mrs. L. D. Graham of ther and alater-ln-law Mr. I Phone 45 Acroe From &AJU Depot Delivery :
IC will be> held immediately Paator. Holly Hill were! visiting Mr. and Mra. H. M. McRae. I was In New Orleans, were well wish >her an early recovery. I

I thiS service. John McKinney recently.J. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Normanand known here. Mrs. Starcher. being Labor Day visitor to our town
i.v School at 10 a.m. Church Of ChristBible W. son Gerald, of Hellbronn. the former Miss CozIne Beden Included: Elmer Gay of Dunnellon, Sherwin-Willlams Paints Fairbanks-Mora;
of Clearwater
of the church are Starling I bough daughter of L. L. Bedcn- W. A.: Hall and daughters of PaInt Your House I Home Water SystemsTerms "
I men Is his Mr and and Mr; and Mrs. Barney Eggers Desired ,
visiting parents, If :
attend a newly organ.Ln' School 10 a.m. Sunday Mrs. P. O. and IOn Johnny, of Jacksonville\ bough, of Hampton. She was a Tampa. Mrs. Hazel Sparkman. And Pay by The Month ) I
Bible Class.MTF Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday Baptism services will be held were visiting the H. M. McRaes sister of O. L.. Bedenbough of Mrs. Theo Simmons and daughter I

meets at 8:30: for Evening Service 7:45: p.m. Sun- at Hampton Lake Sunday afternoon Sunday afternoon. Deland, and, a niece of Wilson MUses Betty and Ethel Mae METAL & COMPOSITION ROOFING 1

|practice and fellowship. dayBible at 3 o'clock. and Mr. and Mrs. B. .M. McRae Bedenbouvh, Mrs. M. L. Watter- Dudllng. of Jacksonville. Mra. Thick-Butt Asphalt Shingle (Green Blue) Building 'Hardware I
la lion and Mrs. Ole Pearce, Hampton Ethel Pickren of Gainesville, and
Study, every Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. James Ortagusof }.Ie'. and Mrs. A. J. Fender had Hardware Cloth Common and Finish Nails Aabesv I
at 7:43Scholarship : Mrs. Starcher had lived most Mrs. Seeber Goodman and child '
Tabernacle Jacksonville Sun.. : dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mortar Mix
he were guests aa to. Siding Cement -
of her life In Ft. Myers, with an of Starke. I
ren .
of Mrs. Kate Mrs. J. W. McRae and family d
day Starling. I 1fi
Imurlon observed dur- i Aunt. Mrs. Bessie Bryant until Wilbert A. Hall, who now d
and Mrs.
II1C was Exams Foster Reynolds of Key West I The occasion was Mf.

L morning service Sunday To Be Given Here spent the weekend here. I I I t B. M. McRae's nineteenth wedding her ngo. marriage Funeral nearly arrangements seven years had resides In Tampa, was guest LUMBER AU Grades MOLDING All KInds

I Tabernacle. R. J. Gomes I v Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Starling anniversary.Mrs. not been completed, but will be speaker at the Baptist Church ,
message both morn- On October 8th and'son, Lesllt, of Miami were J. E. Murrhee and son, announced later. Sincere Sympathy on Sunday night. He waa accompanied \ I'

t the The Book of visiting Mrs. Lizzie Dryden over Edward Hall, of Hilliard are Is extended to the bereaved. here by his daughters, BRONZE SCREEN WINDOWS_ & DOORS 'Il r'r'Ii
,d Bradford County has two House I the weekend. iting Mrs. Murrhee's VI.-I relatives. Shirley and Wilma Ruth. and ,
was used Saturday night Scholarship vacancies which will Mrs. Crews of Valdosta Ga. Rev and'Mrs. W. E. Hall.
1 I youth meeting and was of be filled on the basis\ of competitive Is spending this week with her Mrs. Owen McRae and lIOn, New ArrUal mother. Mrs. Heater Hall. They I ,

[merest to young and old.lions examinations given on Octo- mother, Mrs. Lizzie Dryden. I Harley spent part of last week Mr and Mrs Roy Roark an- t
t ber 8. The awards go to either Mr. and Mrs. Noah Jackson Mr. and Mrs. nounce1 the birth of a eon Dennis
the Book of Amos with her parents.
from negro or white. and children visited Mrs. Jack- N. A. Conner of Midway, because Lamarr on Wednesday, Sept 1
L used this week. The two scholarships are for Ron's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Boat. of the illness of her mother In Shadycrest Hospital Starke. -

:.al Bible Conferences and one of each sex;-the boy's place right In Waldo Sunday. Mr.' and Mrs. E. C. Sapp and Hampton friends of Mr. am*
Us are being arranged for either freshmen or sophomoreand Perry Starling visited his sister children of Hellbronn'were visitIng Mrs. Marlon Manning are Interested

C inter season and a ,blessed I the girl's place to either Mrs. M. Osteen In a, Jacksonville Mrs. Sapp's grandparents, in their announcement of i I .

[of inspiration. Instruction junior, senior, or graduate student, Hospital Saturday.A Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae, Sat- the arrival of their son, Charles !
I large crowd from here attended I
Mow ship is anticipated. I A winner of a House scholarship urday night., Duane on August 31. In St. J
the meeting at the Salvation -
Vlncenta Jack.onvllle.ter .
may attend one of the approved Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and I Hospital,
Army Camp near Keystonelast of Mrs. etaoln etaoln aoaoln \
Lbyterian Church tax-supported institutionsof Mrs. H. M. McRae were dinner 1t 1I
Thursday night. will' 1
Mrs. be remembered -
higher learning, or one of the Andrewsof guests of Mr. and Mrs Bishop N I
Mr. and .1\[1'1. A. T.
Mlsa Jeannlne Cooke,
I Kaufman Minister. eight approved private collegesIn '',of as
Warren Starke have bought Mrs. Chess Thomas of Brooker Thursday ,
grand daughter of Mrs Minnie )
the state. attended the
last week. They
_,Ing Worship 11:00: o'clock Icy Fogg's place and are going Johns of this city.Announcements. "
[ has returned from Examinations for the awards to make their home here. We I birthday party given that after- 8
pastor cation and will speak onkg I will be held In three centers over are glad.to have them In our noon in honor of little Linda are being received ,
Jesus lllus- the State-Winter haven, Gainesville community.Mr. I Thomas, small daughter of Mr. from Mr. and Mrs. Roy '
or Losing" Starr, of Miami, of the bIrth'of a '
selfishness by \ and Tallahassee. Definite and Mrs. Walker Vice of and Mrs. Woodrow Thomaa. Others -
I the sin of 4:2:
information regarding, the room from here who attended were boy on August 30th. Mrs. Starr '
of Lot's wife. Birmingham Ala.'are visiting
the story
Beison is found In the 17ther and building In which the examination I and Mrs F, T. Abernathy this Mra. E. C. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. was formerly Miss Hazel Hahme, 0 ( 'r.
of Luke. Is to be held will be released -, week. W. C. Conner and daughter. Evon of Hampton. f
of the Gospel 4 I
I reminds all people to "Re.er at a later date. Mr. and Mrs. Olin Graves and and Mr. and Mrs Paul Faulknerof Mr. and Mrs C. L, May have I N

Lot's Wife". Interested Bradford Countlans daughter, Shirley, of Daytona Starke. arrived home after an interesting 1' r.
day School will begin at should complete application forms Beach were visiting his, Bother We are sorry to hear the Ulnae*. trip in which they visited j

s m. The Class for Men andn which are available In the officeof Mrs, Maude Graves, Sunday of Paul Faulkner and wish him friends In Cincinnati and Nor- 4fi
has grown throughout County School SuperintendentArthur Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rodgers a speedy recovery. We Incased wood Ohio, and relatives In Phil i

ummer and the attendanceday R. McRae. and daughter of Waldo were.vis."tlng them so much at church last adelphia, Pa. 1 t '

school waa greater her brother-in-law and sister, I Sunday. "* Monroe Tucker, of Macon, Oa., I ,
I the total enrollment. In losing 897 aircraft in combat Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fratzer, I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner former Hampton resident, spent

e Elders and Trustees will\ during World War II, the U. S. Sunday afternoon. and daughter, Evon were visiting several days here last "week visIting I It

I In regular session Monday Navy ,was making a record of friends in the Vanderbilt friends. ,
losing only one plane to every 18 and Rellbronn- sections Sunday
kg, September 13, at 7:30: Bobby QIatzau. of Deland
I Every officer should' bet lost by its Japanese' enemy, according New .RiverAND i afternoon. has been a recent visitor here R
to a recent study. Mr. and Mrs. H.H. Lewis were Mr, and Mrs. John Miller of a I
LONG BRIDGEBy visiting at the bedside of Mrs Tavares, were recent guests of '(, 9I ,

7ch l Mrs. E. A. Sapp A. 8. Strickland at Kingsley Mr. and Mrs. Lacy J. Wynn t/

h\\ Lake Sunday Afternoon.Mr. Earl Van Alstlne and family,
ENJOY and Mrs. Neal Crosby of of Pearson Oa. have been visitinghis
TEMPERANCE MOVIE Pensac mother Mrs Edith Van Al I
There will be an Interesting with home folks and attended Is

5c| COOL picture shown on temperance next church at Pine Level. stlne.Mr.-.
and Mrs. Charlie Layfleld
Monday night, Sept. 13, at the I
Church. Please of Gainesville! well visiting relatives
RIDINGWITH Long Bridge come .
Jcl and bring someone with you. No for a visit. here recently.
K. B. Watterson and R. O..
OUR NEW admission charge. Everyone Is Miss Cosette Sapp of Jacksonville EYES AREPRICELESS.
invited frea.CEMETERY., was visiting her parent : .
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Ic PLASTICSEAT Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Sapp, Wed-
WORKING nesday and Thursday of this week b LIGHT IS
There will be a cemetery work
Mrs, Rosa Plnholster of Brook .

ing day,at Sept.the Crews 16, near Cemetery Long Bridge.Thurs er visited her niece, Mrs. Maria

Please everyone that Is Interestedcome Wiggins, over the weekend. yMr. ALL KINDS / r ::1 In',

COVERS and help. and Mrs.\. Chester Andrews FRESH FISH DAILY Be trAWI/J '

r and children had- a nice visit with urweith"hpolmenetwyoorfkleigrhs"rtpifireod I i
r AIl-Leather.Trira Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Moore were Mr. and Mrs. Grady Mlzelle of SHRIMP & OYSTERSIN vided t IBll
visiting Mrs Preston Durden ft Axson, Ga., Friday and Satur ',
Bedford Lake last Thursday. SEASON ehn '
b bulbs..for
day.Mrs. lamps. t new
and Mrs.
Mr. Floyd Wigginsivere Nannie Merritt and ion, '
We all ,
39 shopping in Jacksonville last Ralph, enjoyed a week's visit *
Fire Insurance to your Monday. with Mr. and Mrs. Benny Merrittof We sell to be fresh good grades this year..good eyes I

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Crews of St. Petersburg. if, : .. 4Jt =
personal I needs. Gill Miami were here Saturday and Gene Andrews, son of Mr. and ,in years to come. '

Sunday visiting sisters Mrs. E. Mrs. Cheater Andrews of New I MAGNOLIAFISH t ;
STARKE A. Sapp and Mrs. Nora Sapp of River, Is receiving his basic train FLIIIII 11Na cn ClI'JIf'
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Charley: E. Johns, Brooker.We Ing In Fort Jackson, S. C. Gen MARKETUnder 'f!

Seat Cover Agency are glad to have Mrs. E. writes that he thinks he Is going New ; '
C. Priest and Mr. Marion Moody to like Army life. We .all wish. I
COMPANY "' 0.. IS STARKE FLA. back home with us from the hos him much success. LACY SILCOX < pYes

pital. They both are improving Among those from here that
[Corner Court &; Madison' .:: :: nicely. attended the convention In Sampson II

h'M 10 ,Starke ,. Those who attended the'reunion City Sunday were Mr, and< n.
*.|Mntlna TRAVELERS.. Hartford at Mrs. Nora Sapp's In Brooker Mrs.,A. p. Moore Betty and Catherine ru- :.t a

Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Crews and Mr and Mra .

.. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Crews E. A. Sapp. ,
and children. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. .
Mr and Mrs1. G. D. Reed ot
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE I Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Archer and their daughter, Betty, t. ;

Sapp and children. were visiting Mr and Mrs. Fonnle jL
John Crews of Lake Butler was '
"In The Heart of Town And In The Heartsof Crews test Sunday.Mr ; J, I
visiting Marlon Moody Monday.Mrs. t
and Mrs. Melton Kerce and "
The People"A Smith Johns who has been ,a
nick for several weeks has been children were visiting In Gainesville 'tdy 1, j .

Southern Baptist Church For All People with her son, Seeber, at Lake Sunday.Mr. ; n4. ,., U, T

_. Butler, has returned home ala / d and Mrs. Pallen Coleson of ,
El Paso, Texas, were visiting relatives \
rat Sunday School 9:43 Training Union. 6:45Evening feeling much better. /!
Mr. and :Mrs.! A. P. Moore, Mr, In New River and Brooker t'I I
Morning Worship Happy Hour and Mrs. E .A. Sapp and sons, last week.

11:00: 8:00: Pete and Leslie, attended graduation Mr. and Mrs. Jonnle Pearceson dlh
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exercises at the University and baby of Thibodeaux, La., were

Regular i of Florida Saturday night visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charley ,;\1
: Services Sunday Morning And Evening (Editor's note: The following Cowen Thursday of last week. '

Wednesday items were held over from last Mr. P. S. Denmark, Mrs. Arch
8 Religious motion Picture:
week because of lack of space.) Thomas, both of Starke and Mrs i ; I
"Who la: My Neighbor?" Mv,Hanley of Lakeland were visiting h
CRF.U S-IIOLLOWAV M. L. Johns Friday.Joe / I I rl C ,EN 8 1Te1 B rDR OM I I
Mr. Fonnie Crews and Mrs t
"Hilt The Church With The Visiting ....tor'. Virginia Holloway of Lake Butler Dowling and Fonnle Crews
were business visitors In Gainesville
were quietly married In Folkston,
Ga., on August 23. They, have Monday.
M. L. Johns Game and Fresh
It's All Yours
many friends who wish them I
Water Fish Officer has just re-
GUNTER & SONMONUMENTS ceived his certificate Issued by ,
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Carroll have the Extension Division of the

been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ira University of Florida on wildlife; For This Full Price! LIVING.. ROAM gcgQOQM;
Merritt this week. Miss Jerry He had participated in a three day
MARKERS f Merrltt returned home with them short course. 1 R

VAULTS .. 6 Thh !Ie the hemrttful"G Ifer .." tyafe.1! ., the wear welsh .I the MW heme* a.w .
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The .....1.,.* "The Goo..,..,...." b ._...... H.lit ...wn h fresh ...e .! a.in.. These FLOOR PLAN t .
BICYCLESNow fa ,*. ..... .., ... ..., ... .. ..... -
Win Save You From 19 ,to 20 ten < feat wf. and 4 In 'Me" Tfc Uteri.*. I. IMrW j "
ye t* fIot......y- a4..... We wIN fimhh -*..*. Mt.,hl..es.....with _. ..!., Many Other Models I
: Percent On Aaj.Thlag Too Se on display.at our stor. free e. .k.... NOTIt THISI HAVI HIM 'AaRICATIO FIOM SILICTtO COVIRM
lect. TERMS TO SUIT ....8t&arl.,. '295 1'10. Diste" "i
STANDARDS Of PRI-WAR SIASOHIO LUMIIRfThe ".ss "-. ilia" It.. _1025 I
QUICK C-IMfMHi- h. nw..... .lessee t..ccmihle. ..... ht ........*. rW .... alwes a.. "'tI. Leads" s495 '15. Tradewts e. p
DELIVERY We Cmn Duplicate ,Any ALSO USED BICYCLES AND ..<.......ta iWe. type.* u.e deg. The 6nlMi..m" see he pre.f..il..l.4 cad Ie.4e4fnMh ee "de no flees tt ___..0-, '

Stone Or Marker In From 3 To 30 Days ... .. i a BICYCLE REPAIRS *. MAW> this. ....... b used wells .N a...U...... ..*.. ...t .N.... .*. ismpletgOa ;. hau. err 675 .N Posie .. '1725Th t i I
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Special ......4ey Tfcnsih Sala<.r .... se 5 a 4H. O>.. S...<.r. 19 ... f*. 5 auaa. S mM. 8-1 ft. __"-875 r
Hours On Sunday 330 to 10:30 A. M. ,

2:30 to 7:00 P. M. OUTSJOMMS) M OT RI

On Highway 200 At South City Limits

P. O. Box 572 -- Starke, Fla. BIGGS & BAKER CAMP BLANDING P O BOX ..9 STARKE FLA A K t

e 105 W. Call St. Starke, Fla.

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: :tIt"<; ; 1 n----- Florida, this Sep.OFFICIAL of all member present withoutreferring AND "'U..iAi TO APPEAR
at Order
seal <
,' also secured a Federal grant f.tari the to any commit. 8 T AT In
''I and DOBOTIIT JEAN MIXON \ tember cam IS: Or FLORIDA to: W rill -
N. 10.
L. Wagner
t and Mrs of August ilnaas u
h. e Mr. Wm. from the government and spenta ( SEAL) A. :J. Thomas, tee. this the. 17th day William Gordon Gulled**. Jr. III' h...
J} grandparent- Mr. and Mr* :Mr. and Ml' John II. Mlxon quarter of a million dollars on A. Clerk of aid Court. A. "" L. A. Canova whose residence last known In., ,5151.OFFICIALII:: 11rI4,
: Wagner By Haven Crosby D. C. Chairman City Council, Georgetown S. C.:
Lake Geneva and
announce the birth of a daughter ewer water disposal plant Stark, Florida,
Landrum. ,
; in T. Frank ATTEST: .. AI )
: has been to Clerk yl'tr/ l
Mrs. Hugh Ayres Dorothy Jean on' Saturday, Sept, fire station. AU,*. for I'll. JI.'O 41 10-i Carl Johns. City Clerk. Octoberar11.r.1ulr. in lh. aabove' By Haven or eo.,
i By Blanch Cunningham Miami for the put week visiting On this record I offer my services TO THE: HONORABLE MAYOR named c j.ta and cause, wherein Cr"b, "
1\\ ., 4. In Shadycrest Hospital. Before OHDIVAMCH .NO.' _BAIT of the City of Starke, Bradford I'Plaintiff .e.ka divorce. Pvadford John I, D. It
friends. for another term and will OHBHIANCB! BNTITI.KU. AtoRDIYANC9 ,County. Florida I hereby certify County Telegraph hall publish this U"II"o, Flopaar'D4. I,
Mixon was .
Mra. Altys
''i, Miss Lillian Gentry Is vtaltlng her marriage! greatly appreciate your vote o* : HBLATIVB TO UVAI.. that the above and foregoing Ordinance I for PIt,
.' I Quests in the horn pf Mr. and Mr. IKICATIO1/ OK CAISniOATKH IITMK wa duly pinned bv the \< .-- I J ..__ I
Labor her brother-in-law and alster. Ku! Jean Davis. Sept. 14. ANY AYU. ALL r.LEC'I'.O"a' IN City Council lao the City of Biarke, t .T r" -.....
;,Ny"" It. Mr: T. M. .Finley over and Mrs. Bert Busbee. In Silver Thanks, CITY 0V. srAHKK, AND PRO.UINU Bradford County Florida on the \.

it I : Day Hambrick were and Mr. and:Mr: ,Mrs.and Floyd Mr*. Springs. W. O. \V. NOTICE W. M. Edwards .. rOHTHH TO UK AMOUNT MADE A.9.Of I1STTMKH. ABSUHOHKS'WT -, 17th day Of August A.cD.f;:;: IM.Johns Clerk.. 4 .

110 calledto PHIOIt TO AND
James Button and children .>fJacksonville. Hugh Ayres has I All Woodmen's Circle member IV CIRCUIT TOI'HT. BHtDFORD TIME AJ HH OH SHK: TUB" ABOVE AND FOREOOI"lOOROINANI."E
k '", Philadelphia Pa. by tile deathof are asked to be present at their rol'wrv, FLORIOtl I* CHA'\- .H"" ... BM RLIOIBI.H TO HASHTHEIN :. wax received this 17th by day me: .. H. DOUGLAS
: I CKRtlArthur: NAME PLACED IPO'I'HI'1I!! anti approved by me .
IJ.. Mr. and Mm' Giles Phillips his brother. Bob whos burial ; next meeting. Tuesday evening W. !Elliot vsHarah 'ULLO'I' AT ANY AND ALL KLUC-i of Au..t. A. D.klarol4: ,
i \f 'and Mr. and Mrs. was held in Egg Harbor N. J. at 8 o'clock at the WOW Hall Mamaret E III!;.a'D'I'da:. : : TIONS.1u4 r W.U. :,Attorney-at-law

,.k, J'.t Arthur and daughera Wilde and lion of Jack- Cemetery. Wednesday! Sept. 8. Cave No. 6519.ORDER OF. PUBLICATIONAND ,COI'YCIt..... EMACTKI OP THH IIY TILE CITYOP;CITV, Mnyor of the City ofSt tjgrkjj Fla ,1'<";' :

I .1 sonvllle\ spent Labor Day at their Mrs. Sue Myrick of Lake Geneva ANNOUNCING NOTICE TO APPEAR I STAHKK, BHADPOHD. ('rM'll.' .'! ?' '
,j' here. If-law. I TUB OPENING OFANN'S 8 T AT K OP FLORIDA to: FLORIDA, IM MBUII.AR SESSIO'tl iv CIHCIIT cornT. niir ."DCOfTY. announce... : the change in
': : t home on the lake and son and daughter- Sarah Marararet Klllol, whose res I- SECTION I, That after this act FLOBIDAl IV CH.lunlce \>- I0catjTof t0rZACH
Major of : BAKERY dence and adilres* (.: Overbrook becomes a low any person offering CISITYs
and Mrs. Wayne Myrick .
);.:. y Mr Mr. and Mrs. Bishop I Kospltal .:.... County. Cedar, Mmiclf orh.r elf.aa candidate for Bath Oulldre, Plaintiff vs. \ his offices
.. q t pent the weekend and Labor Gainesville, and a party of friends Across from the court house ((Trove. New Jersey: I election to auyel.ctlv.ome. In the, William Gordon Oull"lsre, .Jr,. DeefendnnL r-,4.'t' .
Beach. required to appear on City of Stnrke Bradford County Fla. Case No. 5512. '
:;4I) ( Day at Jacksonville from Orlando Mr. and Mr. J.L. on Court Street.Specializing cxIerarJel.:: 1948. In the above Khali be required to pay Into the ORDER OF PUBLICATIONW.C.T.U. > ,r' ..,.'V': from
;, f' Mr and Mrs. Bill Gunann of Sweat. Mine Agne. Sweat. Mr. In wedding anniversary named Court and onus, wherein City Treasury a qualifying: fee In ".<}"''-.......A,'".
t tt1!;: t Il. Mrs.L Plaintiff .aski divorce. Bradford the cum of five\ percent of tucliremuneration 'I
and I
Tampa! were weekend visitors In and Mrs. Alvarez Mr. and party cake County Telegraph !shall publish this a* was paid to the "*'!11 '. 33 W Sb
; h, n the horn 'of E. Ounann. W. Percival and son. Mr. and Our formal opening will be on Order In n.xt four weekly Usu.s.Witness officer holding1 the re.p.etlve office 7 1 .. ,Ashley Street
and next ; .
P. W. Per 21. (Adv.)) my hand and official for the year Juat prior to % ,. ? ;..i :
: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Forsyth were Mrs. Ralph Reynolds September .eal at Htarke. Florida thla Sep preceding laid general Eleell"'j '- '. '.r fI ,
\l.J Johnnie Horney. apent 1 84AOFFtCTAL twenty-one day prior to A,\ ",\ fI: to
Tues and
tilt' Starke
\ ,4f ,( business callers In 'cival and Labor Day at TO TIlE CITIZENSOF ( SEAL) ,A. J. Thorn*. tlon., I William the great ,* ;' ...",,\ ., 19'505w5Q7'Lynch,
weekend shall Sir Osprr
day. the Aa Clerk of ald Court. SECTION 2. This Ordinance '
t't.,'<'< and Cocoa Beach where they enjoyed STARKEI By Haven Cro.by, D. C. apply to any and all a.1>Jrant. t.. Canadian physician, was lecturing Building
Mr. and Mrs. James Hayes
: T. Prank Landrum Stark., Florida respective offlcee. whether they
and a picnic the
f. Labor dips In the Atlantic ,\tt .. for Pit t-10 4t 10-1 euucecd themmelve| one day en the effects of
y,' ,.ij children of Palatka spent I wish to announce that I am are offering to "
:... "
t4. asked a Jacksonville
dinner. or otherwise.SECTION alcohol. "Is It true Florida
Day with Mrs. Hayes parents ol ,
j'" ;iJ'' a candidate for the IX CIRtlir rOIRT. BR"OFORIJrOV'T" I. All Ordinance, or. "that alcohol makespeople ..
1 i,.. ..J. Councilman In the election of( KLOHIUll IM CII\N' of Ordinance In conflict ;\.
herewith better
('IIRY: : are hereby repealed. able to do thing "
Sept. 14. 'O.or e 8 O'Brien Plaintiff ".. SECTION; 4. Thin Ordinance I ?" "No" replied Sir William :.
b.rendant. shall I : ITelephone
Julia A. O'Brien Ca. become effective Immediately .
I served the in this "It makes them lose 5-l5|
have City No. Belt Its becoming a law a* provided fort I just '
ORDER Of PUBLICATION under the Charter of the ,City of ashamed of doing them badly" .*
office tor a number of years, AND NOTICE TO APPEARS .. ...
which time I have seen T ATE OF FLORIDA: COt'NCII.' (Florida Good News.) 1 .
Julia A. Brlrn whose residence -
N Ua,4 FREE and address In 114 Cyprus street.CharlActon OP THK CITY OF STA RKE. In I 4-sr art .
\.J.A the town become TAX on South: Carolina I recular session, by unanimous vote .' ,

I homes, taxes reduced more, than You are required to appear on
October II; 1946 In the above I
:. half on business property and named Court and .cause wherein ...

I light bills reduced half and more. County Plaintiff Telegraph seek divorce shall publish Pradfor thl<.II

I(1t4triflff1; .... i Our light and .water plant has Order In next, four weekly Insue..
: iI Witness my hand snd offlcla
I I been Improved more the $150,000 seal at Stark!! Florida, this Hep I
j temher 4, 1941. I
a I and today we owe no one. We (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. ThomaiAn .
e spruce up Clerk of said Court. +nr ws,+,,,, .
M Hy Haven (Crosby D C. y. reiw
; A. J:. Thomas. Jr., Utarke. Florida, jxe
Fallwardrobe Atty., for PIt. -10 4t 10IV i '+ kOtt
? g j! your I,
Thomas. Dwyer Plaintiff, v*. Mar
Karet Dwyer Defendant. Cave No,

BRING OUT 8 T A T B OF FLORIDA ''toMuraret : '
t That nri t-a well-praised appearance Dwyer. who. residence il
; J + -a-pui. ,
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and addr. I.: oo| L gmlt). lU V
1' 'p : In no accident. It means dry cleaning. old E, 233 St.. Bronx. New York: Y A L REG. 75c

t w by careful, thorough scientific method your camera : October You are II.required 1944. to In geab jO CROP OE Ufa*

dry cleaning that not only removes named Court and cause, wherel '
k! grime, but actually rejuvenates sulta and I How long since you .... County Plaintiff Telegraph seeks. divorce shall,publish PTadfor th 8 U M ptR V Streamlined l, M

47, coats. Have that spruced-up, wellgroomed I toyed using your Camera? Order In next., four weekly Issue". A V' '- ) z FLASHLIGHWith '
Witness hand and
You may be) mining a lot 1 %
look this. fall. Don't watt until cold g
1 of fun. Picture of :
weather actually arrive*, to_ get. your: I ..
tR D clothe la shape. are your insurance CONCRETE BLOCKS
policy of pleasure for WHILE THEY LAST1
y.ars'to com. Bring in Ready !Mix ConcreteAnd DUCtlTlreilonj

I J your old camera to u*.. A Full Line Of
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