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: October 1, 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: UF00027795:02979
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. Housewives easterly 22p ft. to said survey line passes over and across I. CIRCUIT .COl'HT RHADFOHDFLOItlUAl this Order In next four weekly iii H
.... o, the P. O. B., all In sect.:21. Twp. said lands as follows: (01TNTY. IV:' CHAK-; Issue. ; )'y%", .f- ,, ,
Commence on the. West line of the 'Jr.RY. ,s linens my hand and official seal "t.
r." '( CLOTHES 6 8., R 22E. KM: of SWV, of NE 4 of Section 35 Riley. R. Ellis, Plaintiff ".. Petty at Stark*, Florida this September. : ; .. '
N. J. Keen of Bronson to RobtO. at a point 91.4 feet North of the E. Ellis; Defendant. Case No. 611011. IS. 1948. _'-"y. Will Take Over t'- ;, !
frills K-oulhwent" corner of the said K'4 of ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, '
pbaby'ln fancy Green of Starke: lot 3 of blk SWV of NE of Section 35 and NOTICE TO Afl-'EAK: A. Clerk of said Court. ,,

[for mother but If there 2 of Highway addition to Starke. run South. 68 decrees 08 minutes STATE OF FLORIDA to: Wy Haven Crosby 13. C. :: '. : '
')Tilit.! consider East 228.77 feet to the beginningof Betty E. Sills whose resilience Is T. Frank Landrum, Starke. Florida .. :
has first Willard Thomas Hampton to a curve concave Northeasterly unknown: Attys. for Plf. 9-lf 41 l -tI ; a -. NextTuesdav ,
L will\ be chosen for T. J. Alderman having central angle of at degrees You are required. to appear on I .. '
'1.11 freedom Hampton: NW 63 minutes and a radius of October 4, 1948 In the above named IV C'ISU'1IT rOVRT. nilAI>FOItl. ) .t a _
comfort and 1-4 of the NW1.4 of sect. 28. 1910.08 feet: thence continue alone Court and: cause wherein. plaintiff COUNTY, FLOH1UAI IV t'11 AN- I-I ,, -'. 1 :

'D'G \ and growth say Twp. 7 So., range 22 E, also said curve 27.27 feet to the South seeks. divorce. Bradford County CEll. V. '. ,. _,BEr' Btarke'e new City Council I Iboasting f1 j
line of said ,
KH of SWV of NKV* Telegraph shall publish this Order M. Lona Thompson Plaintiff. vs. e'k -: '
M. clothing specialistDcpartm't NE1-4 of the NE1.4 except 14 of Section 35 at a point 237.4 feet. In next four weekly issues' Lewis U. Thompson Defendant.Case ''I .l : three new members will
of Agti- to the Southwest corner. of said EH35 j Witness my hand and official : No. 6865.OIlllEH '-'- .
acres on So. side in Sect. 29. e- _,. l" '' be .sworn Into office at the annual
of SWV of NEK\ of Section seal at Starke Florida, this OK PUBLICATION AMU: -
Twp. 7 So., range 22E containing containing: 0.59 acre, more or less Sept. 2. 1948.tOFFICIA.L "to'iicia TO ApputitSTATH : reorganization meeting; to
f.1 | and growth 66 acres Is owned by William! H. Behler. SEAL) A. J ThomasAs OK FLORIDA Sos be held next Tuesday night at '1'"'"
exercise or less
\ y Parcel No. 5 SRD No 34 Clerk of Said Court. Lewis. H. Thompson whose residence ,
uld be short. Ughta Jessie T. Stewart of Pittsburgh Right of Way J. C. Durrance, Law Exchange; and address Is: 8512 Nelson 7:30 o'clock.. .
That part of: Building, Jacksonville, Florida I tit, Portsmouth, Va.1
, loose in style. For Pa., to R. C. Owsley. co W. East 31 feet. of the North 620 feet. Attys. for Plf. &-3 4t 9-24 You are hereby required to appear The old Council will meet first t tI I

ear.. Miss[ Scott ug-- S. Slbley Starke: lot 7 of Blk of Section 80 Township 7 South on October 25, 1948. In the above and wind up routine affajrs of I"
than the Range 2il East IV CIIICVIT COVHT HnAI>FOIlU. named Court and cause, wherein
the fiscal t
slips rather A of' Mt. Pleasant Sub. lying within 25 feet Right and 6 COl'NTY FLOHIUtl IV (''' ''N. seeks divorce. Bradford year. After its adjournt t
otyped dresses. Theno Henry Orlffls of Starke to feet Left of the centerline. of the. tEstY Slalntlff Telegraph shall publish; this mont the three new Councilmen, ,

than, toe Ovid Thomas ditch being on the South side of Dwyer, Plaintiff, vs. Mar Order In next four weekly Issues. Shown above are gaunt st.41 l girders of the dry mill one of H. AH.Bishop Jr. James A. Lew-
longer of Starke :? .
: lot 13 the survey line for State Road 18. .eaD Defendant.. Case No. Witness my hand and official seal .
LW the baby to kick of Blk 22, Temples Addition to Section 2808, said ditch centerline 6823. y ,at Starke, Florida this September the lut.| buildings to be constructed. Dark objects on each side ,at and Li. O. Hazen elected

hog and body muscles. Town of Starke In Sect. 28, as passes follows.Begin over: and across said land ORDER NOTICE OV ]PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEARS I 13.(OFFICIAL 1948. SEAL,) A. J. Thomas, the rear are giant feeder hopper's where ore that has already been Sept. U, will be seated. It ItIa.

Ian style sleeves give Twp. 6 So. Range 22 E. on the North line of Lot 1. TAT E OF FLORIDA to: I, As Clerk. of said Court. separated from the quart sand in the wet mill will be placed for Holdover Councilmen are L. A.'
shoulders. Block 11 of Ooulds Addition a distance Margaret Dwyer. whose residenceand By Haven Crosby D. C.
arms and of 6. feet West of the Northeast address Is: 010 L Smith, 125 Charles K. Hess, 104-05 Guaranty further refining. Nearby Is a supply warehouse containing bins for Canova, Incumbent chairman and

[rather than straight- IN THE\ CIRCUIT 'OVWI'OF. THIS\ corner of said Lot 1 and run E. 233 St.. Bronx: :, New Tork: Life Ifulldlng Jacksonville. Fla. 1.100, different Items used In.the construction of Trail Ridge Project. P. I* Bridges. Retiring Councll. I I I
EIGHTh J V D t Cl South 0 degrees 02 minutes West You By Haven Crosby, D. C.
A L are required to appear on
LVe the advantage of BRADFORD COUNTY """ 182.92 feet; thence run South 6 degrees October. 11 l. 1948, In the above Attys. for Plf. 9-24 4t 10-1S Also nearby are two set Of magnetic separators, each weighing men are C. A. Knight W, M. ;

and of BRADFORD' COUNTY 23 minutes East 67.28 feet to named Court and wherein Edwards and Junlus M. Smith. '
fany direction a political cause, seven tons. These will be Used In the dry mill to ilmenite .
the East line separate
subdivision of the State of Florida' of Section 30: thencecontinue Plaintiff seeka divorce. Bradford IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD' .
I and smooth without I Petitioner South 6 degrees 23 minutes County Telegraph shall publish this COUNTY. FLOlllUAl I.N IHA.V- from rutllo and clrcon other, minerals found in the Standing area. After being sworn in by City

I tucks to leave an 1mbaby's -V.CL.EMON.- South East O 3088 feet. : thence. run Order. In next four weekly issues.Witness CKRV.Ueorg. Clerk Carl Johns the new Council
d..gree.18 minutes East '
ALEXANDER hand officialseal -
et al my J. Plaintiff vs.Fran-
8! delicate skin. Defendants. 305.35 feet to end. of ditch; con. at Starke, .Florida, this Sep.tember ceo Hotel* Defendant.Rossi Cane No. 839.QHDICH ; wIll proceed to elect Its chairman
finished necklines NOTICE; OF TAKING taming 0.82 acre more or 1.... 7. 194 OK. PUBLICATION 'NnNO'I'ICI1 ''I and will then make the ,
hly TO Is owned by C. L. and Eve following
: May (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas TO '''PIIO''I&STATII1 'tit
fmfortable! than lace or Clemon Alexander. lyn May. As Clerk of said Court. OF FLORIDA lot appointments: .,
r Jroldery which may irri- Address Unknown Parcel No. 6 SlID No. 27 By Haven Crosby D. C. Frances HOBHI. whose residence Is: 1 I
Mrs. E. K. PittsChattahoochee. Right of Way T. Frank Landrum Starke S42 North 6th Street. Newark. New City Attorney '
kby's skin. Collars are Georgia. That part of: Attys. for Plf. 9-10 Florldlll'l Jersey: 1 member Board of Bond Trustees -
Dorsey FoteHamPton O. S. A F. Spur track, running to r
ri d because they may You are hereby required to appearon
Florida Camp Blanding right of way according IN CIRCUIT COVET October 18. 1948 In the abovenamed ),
d i get Into his mouth. C. L. May to deed recorded. In Deed COIVTV. FLOHIUA IN CHAN.; wherein
Court and cause, 3 members '
Book 45, Page 315 Bradford County City Police Department 'j \
i tort the fabric of aU Evelyn May tEStY: plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford .
Hampton Florida Public Record., lying In NEVi Harryette Denny Gwyn, Plaintiff County Telegraph shall publish; I this i r
uld be smooth soft industrial of SKVi' of Section. 35. Township Donald ,
Georgia Realty Co.a vs Qwyn Defendant. Case Order In next four weekly issues.
firmly .woven so forlegn corporation 7 South Range. 22 East. -Vn.--. ft fill. Witness my hand and official seal It is not known yet whether ( :
yet Jacksonville lying within 60 feet of the survey OHUKR: OF. PUBLICATION '
Florida this September the new Council will
at Starke Florida reconsider 'I I
i not become limp and D. K. & N. L. Knight line of State Road 18, Section 2808 AM! > NOTICE\ TO APPKAH I. 1 U4tl i
lily. Stiff starchy fab- Starke., Florida as shown on the sketch from official STATE OF. FLORIDA to: (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. Thomas, the recent resignation of Mayor 'I 1
Mary Alice Jones right of way map for said Donald Owyn. whose residence Is As Clerk of said Court. H. C. Wall which the old Council. 'I I
or scratchy Road. attached hereto and made. a unknown
Bradford County, Florida : H. O. Brown. Stark., Florida.
place In an infant'siFabrlcs and to all persons and parties hav part of this Cause; containing 0.12 You are required to appear on 11. Duncan Jacksonville, Fla, several weeks ago refused to i'accept.
no log or acre more or less. October 18, 1948, In the above id: I
should be claiming any Interest or lien for Plf. -24 4t 10-15 Mayor Wall was recently: I
also In or against any of. the following I. owned by Georgia Industrial I named Court and cause wh..lnI I
Young babies are described lands.. In the County of Realty. Company a foreign. corpora I plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford called back to active duty with ': r
: tion. County Telegraph shall publish IN IIICUIT COURT, BRADFORDCOtS'I'V
Bradford and State of Florida to- the Army as Chief of Manpower ':
j even a slight feelings wit: TAKE NOTICE! that a Declaration thin Order In next four weekly. FLORIDA IV t'lIS.VERY. I
become less ac- Parcel No. 1 SRD No. S of Taking has been filed In Issues. Section of the State Selective i
i and Right of Way the above styled cause, by the Witness my hand and official, seal Ham 1!:. Brlnkley. Plaintiff, vs. Norma Service Staff located in St.
Scott suggests such That part of: Petitioner. the acquiring authorityof at Stark Florida, this September S. Brlnkley Defendant.. Case Aug "
nainsook. Five acres In the Northeast corner of ".. proceedings, of the takingof 16. 1948 No. 6849.OHUKlt! ustine. He Is In Starke on Week. I :
I fine quality of NWfc\ of NWV of Section. the above described" lands, for (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, : OP PUBLICATION ASIaSO'l'1C14 ends and during his absence the
isle and soft crepe 29. Township 7 South. Range 22 the purposes set forth In the. Petition As Clerk of said. Court TO APPUAHHrTH t
Tpasy to wash yet dur- East In this cause. and that Honorable Hv! Haven Crosby D. C. OK FLOHIUA Sos Chairman of the Council serves. I
lying within SO feet. of the survey. A. Z. Adklns Judge of the. Circuit John J. Henderson Esq, St. Augustine Norma S. Brlnkley. whose residence One of tne li weiuois now as acting Mayor.
gh to stand frequent line of State Road 18 Section 2808 Court In and for Bradford Florida Iscl: <> American wholesalers. Fifth on which will be employed by I
Pastel colors are be- said survey line passes over andacross County. Florida will on the 2nd i Attys. for Plf. 9-1T 4t 10-8 andV.. Streets, NK. Washington! Humphreya Is shown here bending over steel ;
day of October. A. D. 1948 at 10 D.C.: draw sand from the
SWVi of SW\\I. of Section 20
Itmy babies and do more aa follows: o'clock In the forenoon thereof. In iv IIICVIT cotn'r:; nnAi)Foiin You are hereby required to appearon ''float. the' that .U going Into a barge. After parts of Bradford Leaders ''i 't

lhan trimmings.Iclothes Commence. on the West line of the Circuit Court Chambers In Brad. <'oI''\ 'I'1', FLORIUAl IN tll.fN-:' October 25, 1948 In the above As dredgeig the wet mill are mounted the f '
fancy on it
SW14\ of the 8WV4 of Section 20 at Ford County Court House. at Starke, ('En V. named Court and cause wherein. barges supporting barges, Attend Meeting "I
with few seams a point 36 feet North of the SouthWest Joj:1!!: consider said Declaration Vaiu H. Jones Plaintiff vs. Mare plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford will be launched, Into a pond dug for the purpose
and vln Jones, Defendane. Case No. Telegraph. shall publish this uarta sand which '
flexible narrow and corner of the said SWVi of n appoint appraisers County behind Of Suwannee Assn.
8WV4 of Section 20 and run North make such order as the. Court deems 8810 Order In next four weekly. Issues. the huge aredge. The floatingwet ''t
eate Its own'
finished; are both becom- 71 degrees 11 minutes East 573 proper pursuant to law. OUStER OF. Pl'IlLICtTlOV Witness my hand and offltTul seal. lake' ...I' mill I. a new wrinkle
ffomfortable for babies. feet. to a point of intersection hav All parties to the suit and all .\'> l, '\IKK '10 APPKAH at Starke. Florida this 8 ptemt>ttr developed by C'' delegation of Bradford Coun. I
ing an angle of 19 degrees 21 minutes parties Interested. may appear and S 'I' AT l f: OF" FLOHIDA tolMarvin : 22 1948. Humphreys'for more efficient processing ,of ,
v' be finished by rolledrow Right; thence run Smith 89 degrees le heard at the. time and place Jnnes, whose residence. Is.: (OFFICIAL: "SEAL! : ) .\.J. Thomas, the low ty officials attended a meetlnl't
bindings or soft 23 minutes Bunt 131570 feet designated Ho Itarivlls Store Kerr, North As Clerk of said Court. grade Blandlng ore. In Branford Thursday." Sept. t
to East line of said SWV of SWVi\ WITNESS my hand and this Real Carolina: I I By chll"n'Crosby; 1>.06':607: 23 of '
h which arc comfortable of Section. 20 at a point 19.3 feet nf said Court on this 22nd day of You are required. to appear on / l ., Lvnch tnevSuwannee River Valley .
\\toti. durable and attrac- North of the Southeast corner of September A. D. 194*. October 1 U.11411.) In the above''Building, Jackeptvi Lle. FlotliJa. .. ...oeiation. _an organization
the said HWV' of SWYt\ of Section (SEAL) A. J. Thomas, named Court and cause, wherein,I Attys for Plf. D-24 4t 10-15 '" ,II
rec-eiu/y '
perfected for the "
20: containing 029 acre more or Clerk of the Clrrult Court of Bradford plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford purpose : ''t
to strain lesff.To County Florida. It County Telegraph shall publish IN (IHCUT tOllir. IIUADKDIID of promoting the,civic economic

r and baby. save full-length la owned bv! :Mrs.[ l E K. Pitta, a this IHPIIOM.Witness Order. In next four weekly I COIN-IY tEStY. FI.OII1II\I IN ('II\\- \41e.' A w and social welfare of the Suwan. ,I ,.

widow. i v rinttiT <'4>ii<'r, Olt t"FOSIII hand and offlrlnl, seal Jonas 1'lunkett Plaintiff I I,
Parcel No.2 SRD No.9Hight mv Itosa Lee nee River Basin.Bradfordltes .
tr< suggested:: for C'fU'\'I'Y. KI.OIIIII Ii IV ('U tei- -
ings at Stnrke .. .
of Way Florida, this Septemberin vs. Archie Max Plunkett LJofundant. Atr '
bins- ('UtTsArthur ini8OFFICIAL I No. HM5OOIIUKIt .
p. ut slips. That part of CliMe attending the 'I
W. Elliot Plaintiff vsHum ( S :.\T.A.> J. 'AT10N AND.XMICI .
Thomas UF PI Bl.lt
West 493.1 feet of North 3SO tort
\mMl consider safe- : h Margaret III Hot, Defendantfun" meeting were State Senator Char.
AH Clerk of Id Court. '
sn '! 'I'U1'1'': \H
of N&V of NWL; and Huxt 3,1113 ,"
Ing thplr babies. Long' feet of North 330 feet of NEV! ofNVI. No. 8522.Oltonit OP 1TBMCAT10V Pv JlavtMi Crosby D. C. HT.%'I'U 0 F K L U It I U A t.! ley E. Johns Representative-elect ty$
of Sprtlon 29 known as H o. Brown Starke, Florida Archie Max 1'lunkntt whose reei- I. P. Roberts
ties catch APPKAU Chairman of
nav or pull AND NOTM'K TO the (
Attys. for Plf. 9-17 4t 10-8 deuce IH UZI k,,own: .
Lots 1. 2. 3, 7 and 8 Subdivision
S TAT I: OF FU>im>\ to: Board of
baby neck. Hairs or of Ntof'\ NEW of N\VI. exceptone whose residence You are heioby "letiulred to appear County Commissioners '
Sarah Margaret Elliot I
hzzv mpoters mny shed lot In the Northeast corner of and address. Is: Overhrook iv riiuiir' cnritT. lIlt 5tFiiil. on October iJG, 19H.! In the wherein.abovenalned M. O. Harrell, Clerk of the.. Court t ,
Lot 8 105 feet Hast and West by loHpltnl. Esnex County Cedar f'O"1.011111 \ iJames \ ('14 I 'S. Court and cause A. J. 'I
J'n hu nose mouth. or 80 feet North and South. Hvctlon2'J. Jrnve. New. Jersey. : ('EIIY' plaintiff sunks divorce. Bradford Thomas and City Council- .
[button' are used they Township 7 South: hangs 23 You are required to appear onfl'tober ; Frank McKnlvev! 1'1I.lntlrJ..1 County Telegraph shall publish this.Order man P. L. Bridges. F j I"tr" !
In next four weekly UntiesWitness
rust: vs. Alleen. Master McKelvey Dufendant
aboveunused :
II I, 1948. In the
The :
l non-breakable and nel- Ivlnur! within 60 (aft of survey line Court ansi cause, wherein Case. No ((1813OIIIIK.II I my hand and official SHA! local delegation primarily 'I i, J ,
jhrd, nor so large that of State: Rood 18, Section 2808. said Plaintiff seeks dlvone. rradforcounty OF. P"IILIO "'IO'lr at Htarke, Florida, this tieptember'Ji Interested In possible future drain4

|any chance of bruising survey' of line S\Vl pUHxeft of H.-ctlon: over 20 and and acrossSK'i N%j (Order' In TelPlfrRl'h next |four shall weekly publish IssuesWitness this. STATE..NU VOI'K'R OF 'ro FLORIDA AI'1'KHIl : (OFFICIAL. 1948. SEAL) A..J. Thomas, _. ,___.o-i eovT- j '*ge of the Suwannee River Val- I I Iey.

of NKH of NVVV', of Section 29 as my hnnd and official Alleen Mnnler McKelvev, whose res.Idince Haven As Clerk of said L.). C.Court. __,, .i,_ ,..ve, _-'_' -.... stated that Bradford County i
By Crosby
follows: seal at :Stnrke.< Florida. this Sep.tember and address Is: Unknown: .- Should be
Deeds Commence on the Northerly extension 7. 19H.OFjo"IC'IAL You are required to appear on John J. Henderson, Esq., St. Augustine eligible for membership ..
I of the West line of the NEVi' ( SRAL) A..J. Thomas. October 18, 1941. In the above. Florida .I.s,4 .II, .. In the Association because
of NWV4' of Uectlon 29. a distanceof As Clerk of said Court. named Court and cause, wherein Atlys. for Plf. 9-34 4t 10-15 ti this area drains Into the 1' :
gloving deeds have re- 19.3t..et North of the Northwest Bv Haven Crosby DC. ; plaintiff seeks. divorce Bradford .. .1'10 I Suwan. ''it<(
en filed in the County corner of said I NEW of NWVi' of Section T Frank Landrum Starke. Florida. County Telegraph. shall publishthis IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD t *_ .-.J..I.-! ;" __-._ < nee through its tributaries. ,
29.and run South 59 degrees 10.1 Order In next four weekly I.N CIIAIS- I
Attys, for PIf. 9-10 4t COUNTY; FLOHIDAl A vote was then taken. '
be: East 48314 feet to thebeginning accept-
28 minutes |I issues VERY of
ruella of Dade of a curve concave to Witness. my hand and official seal Llllle Mae Puckett Plaintiff, vs. several barges wh Ich will be used to support Ing Bradford County into the i
Countyn the. Southeast having a total central n rincriT rornr. nn'i>Fonn' at !Starke' Florida this September John D. Puckett Defendant. Cane fabrication of the barge parts of the mov- Association.
E. Simmons Starke: angle of 29 degrees 24 minutes. ('O"' TY. FI-OHinAl. IM CHAN- IS 1948 No. 6853.ORDER began ten days before this picture n
SW and a radius of 286470 feet. : thence. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas., OF PUBLICATION ASIA presence of ilmenite In Trail Ridge wall
of Oe'o'rge sand
of SB ,
cor qt. continue along arc of said curve S O'Brien. Plaintiff. vs As Clerk. of said Court NOTICE TO APPEAMMTATH wall known to state geo-
Sect. 29 Tp. ((6)) S. K.falao 851.55 feet. to East line of said Julia A. O'Brien Defendant.. Case Ry Haven Crosby D. C. ; 0 51' KLOHIUA '.. years ago. It was not Considered a commercial deplJlllt Deadline Today j
1 1.4 in W MEVi' of NW44' of Section. 29 at a .!Nn.-. 5517.' I'unrOap'ltum., Starke. Florida John D. Puckstt whose residenceand mineral ,in the ore. Improved because of
acres point 104.9 feet South of the North. ORDER OP PrTBLICATIONAND s-il 4t 108IV address Is: 411 Grant St.. Whlt- methods of concentrating ore de- For Drivers Licenses
E1-4 of SE1-4 lying N vast corner of said NKVi of NWV' NOTICE' TO APPEAR tnira. South Carolina: '1). however ha., made the mIning of this low ij
of Section 29 containing 0.99 acre S TAT E OF FLORIDA to: --- required to grade ore economJc ,
S. R. & o. Ry. com ; residenceand CIIlCriT COURT, BRADFORD' You are hereby appearon
more or less. Julia A. Br nr.4W Street, rOCVTY. FlORIDA IV CHAVCERY. October 26, 1948 In the above Today (Friday) is the last i
|30 ft. from said Dorsey FotaParcel address : Cypress
A. S. R. Is owned by named Court and cause, wherein chance for '
on N aide & running N No. 1 SRD No. 11 Charleston.. required South Carolina to appear:. on Floyd. Hartung. Plaintiff vs Madeline .. plaintiff seeks divorce custody ---.' da, securing a 1949 Florioj""
of Way You are Driver's
Right control of minor children and continued license without '
Defendant. pen
Hartung, River J JaUy.
'ling SE1-4 of SE1-4 That part' of: October 11. 1948. In the wherein abovenamed rate No. 5553.ORDER support for herself and chil Ass'n.Fo Rites Tuesday .
880.4 Court and cause
East 1811 feet. of West feet dr.n. Bradford ,
qt. of SE1.4 in Sect 29 of NEVi of .NWW\ of Section. 29 Plaintiff seeks divorce. BradfordCounty this NOTICE OF !PUBLICATIONANI TO APPEAR County Telegraph shall publish this Meet Oct. 6 7 For Joe Drivers who have not secured ;
R. ((22) E Cot 4 Subdivision of Telegraph" shall publish AustinFuneral
) also a strip known as Order. In next four weekly Issues.Witness
1'1 TAT E OF FLORIDA to: a new license .
of Section In next four weekly I IMMU. by the time the _
NW\ of NE(4( of NW4\ Order hand and official seal Ii
n the my
W Madeline Maddox Hartung, whoseresi'lence The
[ side of the BEe officialseal New
and River
23 Witness Baptist Anno- County
29, Township 7 South Range my and address Is: Unknown: at Starke, Florida this September Judge's office closes this
thin Sep. for k
Florida Joe
? SE1-4 Sect 5st. at Starke Austin
.. ((29) Tp. lying--within 50 feet. of the survey I..mh..r 4 194R. ocrg.rar:8.r.I'\\ \ to appear on 23(OFFICIAL. 1148. SEAL A..J. Thomas :Iatlon meeting will be held at 61,. afternoon must either pay an '
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commencing line, of State' Road 18. Section 2808.an4across (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J..Thomas.As named. Court and cause, wherein. A. Clerk. of said Court. he North Pleasant Grove aap- resident of Mid- extra dollar for the license or. ,t! r
center of the A. S. said line passes over Clerk of said Court D. C. dIe burg.
from survey plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford By Haven Crosby were held Tuesday af. submit to an t
of Section. 20 Crosby I). C. l lilt examination, by tt 4
Ry SEV4\ of SWVi By Haven T. Frank Landrum, Htarke, Florida Church Wednesday and : > It.
lying County Telegraph. shall publish
S of 'said A. S. 29 Thomas Jr., Btarke. Florida. istiIN ternoon at 2 Florida
and NEK of NW% of Section as A.; .1 10-1 his. Order In next four weekly Attys. for Plf. -I4 4t o'clock in the Mid- Highway PatroL .1
Ry going ((90)) yds. to follows: Attys.' for Plf. t.IO 4t I....1I.MWltness rhursday Oct. 6 and 7. with S.E.
Methodist :.to
Commence on the Northerly extension 'Church. Mr. ,IiI
4 seal
hand and official (
bounded mv '
on the W CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD parks as Moderator.
of the West line of the NEV4! nwAnronnco i i'f
iv CIRCUIT rornr at !Starke' ., Florida this SeptemberIS Austin tiled :
owned 29 distanceof a Jacksonville
Section ,
by of a .
[ Mrs. Snowden of NWVi "vTV. ri.onini i. CHA'4CEISY 1H 1. Addresses by State Workers ,
g 1 1-4 19.3 feet North of the. Northwestcorner OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas hospital
: ( William after
acres together of Dorothy Amey vs. rill feature a long Ulneiu. I
of said NEV of NWH\ Plaintiff vs. Plalntltlb the morning and
Janice Bath Oulledne. As. Clerk. of said Court. Bertram ...hndant.C. .
Improvements thereon. Section 18 and run South 89 degrees Gordon Qulledge Jr., Do.tendant. Haven Crosbv I). C. .fternoon .
William Py .... No. 8R1e. sessions of the I :\S
Hall 28 minutes East 483.14 refit to beginning RAU.OROER '' ; open- 1'j
of Duval Co. ('sue No. Frank Landrum, atarke, Florida' ORDER OK PUBLICATION: : ANDNOTICR Survivors
to A.
to the fig Reports of include
of a curve concave OF Pl'RLU"AT10NAND Attys. for Plf.. 9-17 4t 10-8 various his wife
of Starke: commencing Southeast Jiavlnir. a central angleof NOTIf"P TO APPPAR STATE\ OK" FLORIDA. tot Hitters will be heard com-I Susie Austin: two sisters,.- Mrs'j
where So. 29 degrees. :24 minutes and a II TAT E! OF FI.oRIDA tn: l V riRCfIT COURT. Hn..I>FOHIOUNTY. > ,
whose residence
of William Bertram Amey ftprnoon Lizzy
Sect. Strickland
radius of 28(479 feet. ; thence continue William Gordon aulledse Jr. ( Fl.onm/ti iv CIIAV-' session of the .second of Starke and
S So R. 22 E crosses along arc of said curve 841.09f whose residence last known IsO..or..tnwn. C'-RY. Is unknown: to ay. Mrs. Ira Llndsey.. White ,
.t to the North line. of the Nty j of felen'oiarrunso Salvatore You are hereby required appearon 'I Springs:
Right S C.I VS. -
of )) In the ahovenam.d and
Way of State October 25. two brothers K
of Section 29 at a
of Henry
:13 NEIl NWU Tnu are required to appear on niarrusso Also known as and cause, wherein Austin
or now no. 200 thence point 142.1)4 feet East of the North- October 11, 1948 In the above "Ramule' niarrusso Defendant. Case plaintiff Court seeks divorce and custody :'ropfrty Bought of Jacksonville and Jim Austin I
ZOO ft for east corner of named fourt and cause. wh..r..lnPlaintiff No. R 19 IORDRR I. rhlld Bradford of ii'l''
control of minor
a P. Lawtey.
o. B., Lot 4 of said NM' of N'K'4' of NWV seeks dlv"r.Jr"dfnrd OF. PtT1ILICtTtOO'StI ..
In N along tate rd.( no. of Section. 29; containing 0012 acre I foiinty Telegraph shall pnhllsh this VOTirK TO APPBtl* Order County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish lssusa.Witness. ror Tourist CampMr. Interment was In the I Ilit.
I 1M ft I more or less.Is Order In next four weekly l.su..s.Witness 8TATF OF FLORIDA to: hand and official seal Middle-
run W owned by Clemon. Alexander. official also known aslamule mv burg Cemetery.
hsnd snd Rslvntoro niarruxso .
thence run So. 165 ft., Parcel No. 4 SRI No 23 seal. at Stark-mv. Florida. this Si-p- Olarr,,".", whose. residenceml at 15 Htarke 19... Florida this HeptemberOFFICIAL and Mrs. Elmer V. Van Berry PlantsAvailable lit. '

Flume o f Starke Right of Way mhor 5. 11145vnl"e'rrlAr. address IsPVR: : 18UO. Lewls- ( SEAL) A. .T. Thomas. Irunt have purchased 21: acresn ,I.
to That part of: J. Thomas. PennflvlvanlaiYnu RealEgtate
Peyton ''Jt Jacksonville: EM; of SWtJ of NEH nf Section As ('!..rk of flF.Ar.A.said fV ur*. burll' are reonlred to appear. nnOctober As Clerk Crosby..of said D 1("J.Court. State Road 200 (U. S. 301)( ) Board Tt

of r the SEl-4.; IS, Township 7 South Range 22 Bv Hnven (frosbv D C. 15. 1948. In the above By Haven H'lden Building, F>aytona rom Lorenzo D. Green. The prop- Met Here j '
Kay :
So Sect 26, East John J TT,r"1.rsonr Rsq.': St Angi amrd Court and cause. wh. relniTlntlff Florida. rty Is In Sec. Tuesday I ,
Beach. 16. j
Twp. 6 So.
Range 22E. tying! within 80 feet of the surveyline ? Hn_. FlorMi. $ seeks divorce Br..dfnr"CountT Pit. .af 4t to-II ...
for j.
of State Road 18. Section, 2808 Attvit for Plf. 9-10 4t 10-1 Telegraph shall publish Attys. ..anire 22 E., and Is one mile T. T. Hatton. executive vice

orth of the city limits. president of the r.
I Florida Assocla: Plenty of strawberry plants.
The Van BruntA plan to open' lion of Realtors, was In Stark at price ranging from _

Conner'Elected day called the attention of business To Attend Meeting I| ..>ur tourist cabins snd a trailer Tuesday to meet with the local to .7 per thousand. WJO k I., !A'l 1//_ _

The Circus ; 'f I men to the fact that city (camp around November h I Board. That wan the word' sent out I
? ,
I Head of Bradford. occupational licenses are due Oct. Moat of the staff members of I The transfer was made through. The meeting ,was held In the to grower this, week by 11.8.o4Jarev !
1 for the year 1948-49. The City the N. D. j fl. ,,11
Bradford Wainwright ,
Future FarmersThe County Health Department Jr. courthouse and was attended manager of the State .
will attempt to have all licenses I by N'( *; '
will "
attend the MaJ'luot. '
annual '
F. M. reply to "
,collected Walrath Sr. of 't"I f. :fl,I'
Bradford F. F. A. Chapter : during the month the meeting of the Florida Public State Farm Salaries Keystone .. made laftlmJ..A' : it

.Wld 100 underprivileged r.i.at: 'the circus:\ matinee-.on Oct. was called to a special meeting Clerk stated.Saturday. Health Association:\ to be held In Heights president of the local plants. Mr. Alvsdrea Mated Ii 1
-of Children wui have the 7. Tuesday night by the president. Panama City, Oct. 8-9. Given A Boost Board W. S. Slbley. secretary that ha had four vpllee, tram I "' Ii''Ii 1

theIr lives at a circus in So far cooperation on the partof Drew- Reddish, for the purposeof DeadlineFor An Interesting; program has I and members E. W. Hayes and --..reea ladlcsitUud from' 5G- : ;i
'turn on October has been fine. the i i Salaries of all employes of the N. D. Wainwrlght. 000 to .
7. the public electing new officers for the been arranged with prominent Jr. aoo... plaata aeid4 I ..1
ia-they wui if members Shriners and they have already -' Registration State Prison at Raiford (with Plans We In the : ..
say coming year. out-of-state guest speakers, and were discussed for mem stale, aad still more i ( !

the Starke Shrine Club reI had to order out more Newly elected officers: are: Saturday. Oct. 2 .1.. the final the following will 'leave from here I I the exception of the Superintendent's bers of the local Board to attend .from out of state. ; ,il''J
) have
been raised 4 I
::11 COOperation of the pu I tickets. The children will be President Glen Confer; Vice- Tuesday to attend: I $13 the district meeting to be held GPOWer. wanting berry ,
little day for registration to vote in a month. The action takenat : ;
'y.a PUn they hv carried: to Jacksonville in a school president.' Rodney Hall; Secretary Dr. A. T. Covtngton. Health Stats was at Ponte Vedra this Saturday plants. sm asked to contact 1

SlInne" bus which will leave BHS at Clinton Norman; Treasurer Ver- the November General Election. Officer: ; Mrs. Letitia Preston and Tallahassee a Cabinet meeting in .... fcet maswger at -- I \\I 'ie,'

Ucketa are seeing how 1:30: on Oct. 7, returning home non Crosby; Reporter. Carl Edwards Voters who registered for the sfrs. Artln L. MeKnlght public Tuesday Farm Bureau NoticeThe Mr.' Ah-ares oan also efetnJnpsanU I f'.1

It 11 they can IoU to about 6:30: pm. ; Sentinel. Euston Norman. primary elections last spring do health nurses and W. "( Thur- The raise makes the minimumwmge = 'f_ anyone

SI if each. then the buyer If you're asked to buy a ticket The new president Glen Conner, not need to register for the general -,man Sanitarian- at Ralford $130 monthly Bradford County Farm tbs. ;

to let .f or she wou1cI not -BUY IT! YouTl be helping Appointed the old and new officers Election.: : However those who i During their absence the'Health and was granted to make up In Bureau will hold its regular' n. "*.* pe. aat aootloa ef I J

.acet &n4 the local club keep two wide-eyed children to have to be on the inltlatlon.com-\ did not get on the primary books Department office .will remain part for the recent: withdrawalof meeting tonight <(
3f two u.e lt for sdrrits'. a memorable afternoon at a mittee to Induct the new members will nave to register net later open .jwlth the Clerk and the had employes'the effect perquisites which court house beginning at 8 at .ISis *_et .MN..us4 Oct. *1. t I

lU\c1erprlVi1ere4 ehlld- grand and glortus circus. at the next regular meeting. than Saturday. Clinic Nurse OD. duty. salaries. of lowering their to clock.be present.. All members are urged Ahrarea, stated. ) 1'Mr.

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P.%.GF FsOHTCAROLYN: and Mr. Mrs. Bertha Pearce will leave of, '19.3 at feet said North Nil:!,.of of the NWfc Northweetcorner of 8eo. lying-Eat within SO or\\ of the 'survey cording Book Public 45. to Page deed 315 recorded Bradford In County Deed- Correct artS.! -
and she 2(108( Record, lying In r:
ard of Lawtey, line of State Section NEi. I :: .
\ to the for two Mouth 89 degrees2H ,
house a and
October n run
,II from his of lion
and forth ; the first over and a. of SEI4 of Section 35 Townshlo .
CALLSTREET I plan to live at the lake year minute Ea.t 483.14 fast to the aid survey line passes I 19U In the a : "
1u Bronke place east of town, where Dye retires from hiS weeks' visit with her son-in-law buirlnnln of a curve) concave, to crane, said land a* follows: 7 South, Kange 22 East.lying I a Polltl"al ra.. or 8 'I'

., from page 1.) I 'round when he and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. the Kouthe...t having a total central Commence on the Went line of the within 60 feet of the aurvey/ I .'lurl"l1.OUI> "
_ t : L Continued I he has started farming In a fertilizer business at Ft. I-auder- antfle of 29 decree 24 minute I'fc\ of 8WV of NEV\ of H.:tlun 811 line of Utate Itoad. 18 Section 2K01( let a.. l.I.... IIof
'! E.: R. Smyth In New Orleans. and radius of 8864.7> feet; thence at a point 91.4 feet North of the all shown on the sketch from official ('a.... p D"r.ndlntt, ..
- "I'I When I looked up :I small way. .Qot my first! glimpse dale. continue a along arc of said. curve ...>.ull.we. corner of Ihe sa.J. !H'. or right of way map for Bald Ion file In 6851.. 1110 roo
tother day I line of naldNKfc of Section 33 and Road attached. hereto and made a Ihit .' lOt
: new JohnB. I 851.65 feet to Kant: SWb of NE 'n"
-: the lovely and son, WITSE1
to see I recently of Mrs. Kelly Thompson 06 minutes part of this Cause; containing 0.12 <1j
from Coke In ,Canovas ever-reliable of NW'. of Section It at a run Suuth 68 deirrees I ."al .
'j Walnut Dye house on Kingsley. I Ruth Mon. the I Jackie Sigler of Rlttman Ohio. point 104 I feet South of the NorthBant East 229.77 feet to the beginning era more or I.... I .Florid5 Ii 1 '$ttrk2, n.... "

AJ Hartman sailing down It boasts four bathroomsand worker for P-TA, Woman's Club.: and are spendinga corner, of alil NKH of NWV of a curve concave Northeasterly Is owned by Georgia Industrial b..l'. A. I)thl, 22M 8..r'h "
Hear arrived Monday ,
I 21 de- Realty Company a foreign Uti ,
1-I of
211 containing 089 acrefliers. central, angle coiporation. -
of a Is broadening: of Section ; having a
neat with rhurch (
L Street In the driver's the walls are panelled : ARC and I week here looking after their or less.In greeN 62 minute. and a raillut of 1 EALI

_ :.'.' Farmall .Have even heard her Interests by opening a tourist relatives. Fote. 191008 feet; thence continue along You and each of you. are hereby aM viork i A." j i
red hiny new pine. and visiting owned by Doris COUI" '
bright I Oregon property the South commanded to be and appear. In the I ) !
the 11 2727 feet 10- r-Lrid, 011\
itt) No. aid curve
south on S I
: tractor!. .A little quiet Investigation I rumors that 'twill be equippedwith court three miles and I ..(r. and Mrs. Thompson plan to [ Pnrcsl No. Right of Way line of .ald EV:\ of 8WW, ".of- .M.. -\Vie Circuit Courtslii .and fur..Uradfuicj __
She .. -r
Ii I have'ntconfirmed -- -
; elevator but Gainesville highway In DecentHe ..t. ? ?? ..
nurt .
disclosed that It wasn't I an .... move here permanently The -
_-I : .. was AI.I I that as yet .Mrs. Dyeis Mr. Morse have made a most

: a hallucination-It really back I the former Susie Belle Blanch tractive spot out there .
{ who rides his new tractor '-
ri- love fences
... I ways did picket

I they havp one that Is a bit BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEORAI'Il: STARKK: FLORIDA r : I.I

BAKERY will miss Hope Ha '\K: 8-" :._ __._ W.'T'I:;;
Surely :
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c (MrM. O. L.) when she goes
O1TOSITK ('(>KTHOl'SE Will be held In Urudfurd County. of 'lurldl. In the Eighty-First Congress via: NO
I i
start Mae McOIll, Plaintiff vs.
COt'KT STKf.KT: : Madison soon to ltiiiriir Iui innit tflVoflis.t IJIly next of United States. .
; ; Othma.I Ill iy. FLOIIIKtl I.* t:".%..'.- Case. No. 67/9.: I State of Viorld. on Tuesday For Two Circuit Judges For runOtablt In
Ing house for'Sonny ( YVevley. Calvin McOIll Defendant. .. ., first Monday Group lowlnl '.4 I
:I BKKADMSII : dental offlciI t KHV. ORDER OF PUBLICATION November, A. D. 1943 the 1-2 eighth Judicial Circuit of the JU.lco DI.trl'l
: VIKNNA: who Is opening Raymond Gathers. Plaintiff vs. lea- i belnir the 1"\\ State of Florida. 'leHII1"n) .
TIES be 1 brlle It. Uathers, Defendant Case No. AND NOTICE TO APPEARS Tuesday .
I that fair city May TAT E OF FLORIDA to: I SECOND DAY OF NOVEMBER For One State Attorney Eighth }the Uruu 3"1I'W -.,
refrain from sa 800. : Wesley Calvin McQIIl. whoaa reai- For Eight (8) Presidential Judicial Circuit of the State of Ida at Talluh rlh'h 1 'n t
: I>.\ I'ASTKVKOIJ.H but address la unknown: I Florida.For this th.: .? .> '1k
; and
DONITSJKI.LV :P loss' Is Marti AND NOTICE TO APPEAR dance tors.For of State Senator for Fifteenth I '"
!1 : that: "Starktj's 8 TAT H OF FLORIDA to: You are required to appear on Governor of the State I Senatorial District of the State of i u.t A. D 191| "" .

\ gain!" Hear that Jose'Fall abelle D. Gather, whose resttlenre October 4, 1948 In the above n.m.,1Court Florida. of Stats of the !
C lat known Is Georgetown, and cause, wherein plaintiff For Secretary FlorIda
and J
of Spain I Member the) 88".t
ROLL Amezaga of Florida. floUR'To Hon.
: South Carolina: : seeks divorce. Bradford County A. 0 1
.. tndrei
,) who were on a three mo You are required to appear on Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn For Atol'n..y General of the Stateof of..R..re."nt..Uv. of the 'ford COunt' 8.

I'' ( tour of the States, had an Court October and 4, 1948 cau..e In. wherein the above plaintiff named I "next.afO'y: : weekly hand and Issues.' official For Comptroller. of the State of For For County Sheriff. Judge.' Carrier 1

Anniversary and layover at Shadycrest divorce. Bradford County Heal I at Starke Florida. this Florida aircraft de
*J In Wedding. happy peeks .. of Par Clerk of the Circuit Court.
of the State
i. Specializing* 268
.,n : Filled Tomorrow pital last week. Their Telegraph Hhall publish this OrderIn I Atiff. Slut 1941. Florida..1' For County Assessor of Taxes. of the 1S..01.
Placed Today Issues. OFFICIAL flEA) A.r; Thomas JapB
Orders tour
:arty Cakes of Public Instruction For Tax Collector.For credited to
t (.It Cadillac had a blowout six Witness my hand and official As Clerk of Said Court. For Superintendent Urine s.
County Superintendent of a11
'It't thin T. Frank Landrum, of the tate of FloridaFor
Stark" Florida Corps
road at
out on the Keystone s.ark:3 Public Instruction. airplanes
Commissioner of Agriculture
,t Thomas for Plf. 4t 9-24
t accident badly In. of the State of Florida. For County Surv..yOI. War II, a

"" _ _ _____ _ _ _ _ resulting AuK. 31st. Clerk 1944.An of Said Court. ('R OF ELECTIONTo For Four (4) Justices of the Supreme For Three Board of shows. recent II
the couple Court of the State. of Flor- County Commlxsloners. Dints. 1.3.1.
f, :t John J. Henderaon ESIJ. St. Augustine the Sheriff of P'radford County )
of the State of Florida: idn. Oroups. 1234. For Three Members of the County -
& FENDER Florida 9-S 4t 9-24 Be It Known that I. GRAY, For One (1) Railroad and Public Board of Public Instruction. Dl te.
; t BODY Looks a* If that kill the I At ys. for Pit. Secretary of State of tieA.flt of Utilities Commissioner of the State 2-4-5. Rrlnllnnollne ,

week. .So long. that of Florida. For Supervisor of Registration.For 'rJ1"*
for this iv rinctiT coi RT, nnADPonn Florida do hereby give notice (),,
of the Second Justice of the Peace In and
i Representative
you In the i.ext. : GENERAL ELECTION: Congressional District of the Stateto for the following; .Justice Dlstrlcta, graph.
1 ,


hnssee Is visiting his uncle NOTICK Or VtCC1IOWwttznts. eordanee with law providing for the levy th* said C the County by: the .0t. Count* extoneioe ..

: i aunt Sen. and Mrs. Ch : The Legislature of 141n '. of taxes and such tax shsll not be applied be and a.t .1 .b.e t School Board. S J Bpeeial County .A. -t I
week. del'l the Constitution of 1B 5. of the to any: purpose other than UM and shall submitted Tax School D/r. ., I.
jonns this ....... of Florid., did pas* 11 Joint ResohjUons payment: of tjse lML'uacJpeand Interact oleld the State of Florida for approval or rejection J. The shall at the rDI. = ".
proposing amendments. 'to the< bond. st the next General IJ lativs Session of 1MB and from .04 .
Constitution o< the State of Florid., and bl In addition to the bonds authorized be held In the year 1048, that :. tuna the..l.....Iswe to take effectonly 1. L Fins
U.. aame were agreed to by: a vote or In paragraph la) above, end sublect to that Section 1 of Article .pr, by: the electors ofsaid nsry I. 116. le. l/H
GENUINE: thrss-fiftha of ell the member electee the Umltatlon and provlalona thereof c..n.tltt of the State o J County: referendum called for In the e e Slit5
''i"" BargainsTSHIRTS to eacn% how: that the "01... on sole and of Section S of Article IX of the) Con.. 0.t read .flo. that purpoae. specifying the powers, func Ida. shall .i ..

Joint Resolution were entered upoo their dilution of Florid., the Le.I..rur.r: SECTION LEth.b.e o t Leg- t duUes and compensation of.. e. County by =: I
"f '_UY. Journals. with the yea and also provide for the Issusno of Special ialsturs, st a : Collector designated In P. School DC
nay thereon and they: did determine and Capital Outlay bond by County Board any special 0. 1 of This Section 14, and shall likewiseprovide Tax Sh
: direct that the said Joint R olullo... b. of Education for school capital outlay: thereof called for ruon for the collection core custody: 2. Llltr sbu\
{ FORD PARTSr. submitted to the elector of the State. .. projects hereafter acquired or oonxtruct- the .ov.m' original call or reporting and dl.bll.m. of all taxesoollsctod laUve .?J
f k? AsH'fd. 8U<-" &; Colon the General Election In Novembitr. IMS .... but said bond. shall be limited to manS mr: propose a......1_ bar the County Ta Collector. time tHereafter euct UwTa3

NOW. THEREFORE. I, R. A. GRAYBecretary projects and amounts approved by the or amendment any portion o_ the powers. ".I.dpensstlpn
:n. were $1 -NOW 1 of State of the SUM of Florid. State Board of Education aa prescribed: tions of I ConUtutto : .u S of County: "
j f'; .. hereby clve notice that a by"'" and shall become payable/ eerlelly revision .m..d.t may JOINT RESOLUTION NO. fM naiad I Pnregraph I of c
GENERAL ELECTION: : I aa prescribed by: law within not to one .ubJ.c or any: nub., of subject. SENATE RESOLUTION and "" .1 likewise provid n, s.
ChIno Khaki will be held In each county In florid exceed twenty. : :year* from the date of but shall consist of more A JOINT to VIII Proln. anAmendment 1.cI. .. ',. r.pni01
t on Tuesday: next succeedlns the first Issuance: ProvIded. that no Special Cap. than one r.1 article of the) Consti AI.I.of Florida ... C. t of sll tax.
of the
Heavy Shirts $1. < Monday: In November A. D. 114$. Uuaid ital Outlay: bond shall be issued hereunder tto stitution to assessment of property for .Uv. County Tax Collector.' oU
lyt which, together with the ...hoolIndeb..n. revision .
Tuemtny: being the or -
pr. a.Iet the collection of taxes, by thereto -
''f( BECONO: DAY OF NOVEMBER: ...* of such county: Including la by three-fifths )additional sections to : .ddlna that m 10
Sleeve of the special tax school district indebtedness. member elected each House, shall '
BoyV limit tor the ratification or rejection to i Slots of HOUSE !
the ot rd.
Mf I euld Joint Resolution proponing Amend shall exceed twenty: per rent of tineanseased ba entered upon their respective Journals County: Brw. shall Flor. A JOINT HLSOLUTloSTwS

I' : Shirts Heavs ment. to the Constitution of the State ol value of the taxable property: of with the :yeas and nays and published the the property County:: of the County.: for the purpose Amendment to ArUcle VII iTstltutlon
such county according to the laet In In each .
: one eountywhere
Florida. vial newspaper ; of the State
I \ J:lj Sz. 10-14 $1.25Hoyit' for county P"1'1'1...- to the s newspaper Is published for of levying Sl". C.School the M to assessment of o 10 ai
1HOUSB issuance of such Special. Capital Outlay two times one publication to be made County School Board SchoolDistricts. the collection of buiej., fo tjl
Bonds. The principal of and Intereston earlier than ten weeks and the other County.
JOINT RESOLUTION NO. lute Districts to additional to ,
i Special Tax school So.tlo. praiM
8 Oz.Dungarees A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an eudl special bond hall b* payable) later than six weeks. led..1 and the County: of Sut* r
; SALES & Amendment to Article IX of the fitau front a fund established in each county: preceding the election st P D..a/..Drana. ".DI. the County' Tux Hull.*
comprised of moneys/ authorized and apportioned .. to be and thereupon submitted ..
$2.2! Constitution by: adding thereto an additional voe the County: which by ordinance property: of the County lor tht t
by: the Legislature for school electors of the State forspproval
: Section providing that aU excise request their taxes to be so assessedand of :levying State Cour.'y Srbmloinlelpsl
capital outlay: and debt service purpoeee rejection st the next Gen-
other motor fuel taxes levied br tin Suite
Slziti 12-16BoyV taxes upon gasoline or levied and that the County Tax Collector *
i J..jr. _._.__.__._,_.___.__,_.___'.. produrta collected and retained shall be: and moneys provided by: the county: from e .EI.lo.. provided, however that collect and distribute too said County; School Bo.H. School oj.
n! county: school revenue sources including amendment be I ,
may: Tsx
: used for publhlllhw'r.: street and airport .. taxee.. Special S.hol Dutrict- mlIpalltlea
; 8 OZ.OVERALLS purposes. snd prescribing the distribution ad valorem taxes as authorized or required nrt for approval or rejection BE IT RESOLVED BY LEGISLATURE ef the Coim'7. mi U
t. certain ol by: the Legislature subject to election Und.the described T County: Tax Collector shtll
and n portions eonUn
uae or THE STATE ..
rY' STOCKDunlop $2.: aid taxes. the limitations of the Constitution relatingto in onc provied 01 I'LORAITt said tax
BE! IT RE1OLVTO BY THE LEOISLAoo'rIJRC ad valorem taxes. for school purposes. by: Section ef Article XV n the of following the Am.nd.nt Slate BE IT RESOLVED BY TI!!LR'maE
Such bonds shall not be bonds or U. of Sits elec tl. VII
IB majority: or ,
Sizes' a- OF THE STATE Of FLORIDA Con.r.lut.OI relative to the assessment and or rtouThat
:. That th. Amendment to Artitle debts or the State of Florida or enforceable tor upon the amendment adopt the following uiMxtaattide .
following _
collection of ail tex In the County:
Tires the credit ef
I against ol taxing such amendment the
power same shall become .
IX of th. Slate Constitution by: adding VIII of the ol ti
Slat of by: adding Cn.tlu..
Small lloyVOVERALLS the StaM.HOUST a .. this FlId. .
of Florida '
section -
; i thereto an additional providing p. COntuU thereto additional ."tlOna to be autobored 1 th aware
: ; : that aU excise taxes upon ..*- f by: the Star. be and collection of .1 .I lbs Com'Plnellaa
$1. 8r o
Are Right ollne or other motor fuel product collected 8 the same is shall be of rlold H s
\ Prices
The and retained shall be..used forpublic JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 88. .1 thereto additional ti
JOINT RESOLUTION NO. se submitted to the ths Stats of I b
;}:' rl''. Sizes 1-6 highway: street. and airport purposes A JOINT RESOLUTION: Proposing an HOSE RESOLUTION: Proposing an Florida for .. .Ie. st as 81 13 and Stettin I' a
and prescribing the distribution. Amendment to the Constitution by: adding Amendment o rl..tl the the hnoby I
'tH to Article V of the Constitution the General Election oro .
1 : tJ.. end uae of certain porUon of .mid taxes* thereto an edldtlonal Section er_.- 1 be submitted to the
Men's Blue 8 o of Florida, to the first Tuesday: Monday .le.
.. .laU. Iud et I
"'.l"l If hereby: agreed to and shall be submitted tog two additional Senatorial DlAtrl. cial by th. November follows. Fior' lo.111..lo. m
( Si ('S ''''forl''ou Buy That $2.4 to the elector of the State for BE rr RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE !: tlon Dep.rnt. the: ) .Judges a 1948. after JanuaryI e C.n. .b .
.l4,1ft' Dungarees;: ratIficatIon. er 'ertnn' at the next General or THE STATE OF FLORIDA .f the Supreme and.tl.mnt .. IBTION.nc Assessor in the first Tuesday: after the fn son
New Set Of TIrrMI Election to be held 1m 14, ae That the following Amendment to Article UU. Con. ,. :
84Men' BE IT 19t. ,
? .r Size 29- RESOLVED BY LEGISLA!: of 01 Florida, I flow
TH 6tt.
If Bw.
{it follows VII of the State Constitution s>yadding or TUB shall all ., SECTION 13 r.m ird ifs
ii '!. ,t SECTION 1?. All excise tax... now e* thereto Section I creating two TR the STAT IRA. asses School and. Municipal: S.to uary 1, 186. t. Tu Ai>

.r.\ ---.-,-,-.--.-.-.---.---'-'- drey 8 Oz. hereafter Imposed upon gaaollne. or other .ddltlonal Senatorial Dlxtrlcta. la hereby ucla V of lolowl. of A Cotr.: the. County: by: tax.. state. In the Cou.r: PlneU.SiuilUs
? ... Contt FI. "vi' I
all end to the elector sr
t I r like product of petroleum or upon agreed by adding a School Board School a.1 sssess propel
Dungarees $2.2:. eoTh..ntlble ga.ee and llquHs .....d IDInt.m.1 of time State for rstlflcatlon or relenn Section 44 of Si V Iwo Cou.IXstrlcts. COUtr Special: Tax SUM, Cnt. school and Ihtjtaxes
v combustible engines lor the gaterstlon at the General Faction In lots, freed to and lu .ha Port District. Drainage .ho. Dll to la the mufttr I It?
Sl1.f'lI 29-38 of power to propel vehicle and aa follows: ef the:1"b '" r_ taxing D..lcte. e" State County.: Co'nt Sclvol D
i collected and retained 8KCTION: There I* hereby: created .1.1 .her dl..lcl Tu
aircraft which are School Districts.
or next Gun- which their 9pe,10
: : shall be used exclusively for, the lease, two .ddlLlona Senatorial. Dlstrlcta U be Ileat'on Eec & f Andrews Motor Co. acquisition* "construction reconatrucUon knwn Thirty-ninth (138th) andFortieth : Tie .li'-fjre sal st the L.I.IU. .h.l it I
repnlr.. operation and maintenance of <4Oth> Senatorial District The Let"tv .
SECTION 40: of the Supreme Session In allis sad from ..
......... streets. brldgee end right of Tly-tt (38th I Senatorial District Court and Zu"l. Circuit laws the tune thereafter .enact low ipialm
way/ thereby or for airports, or for the of Monroe County.: The eligible to Judgea, with Cr I..n. .'" duties e.,11 powers functions. .sod acsatlon
Nick'BARGAIN payment of Indebtedness and Interest Fortieth 4Oth! Senatorial District shall .eU. 0..1. fctlo. compn of County Tax Anew r.aew
may resigning sation of Tax
the lease, "acquUI- of and Calhoun Coun 11..d .Ie r.t. : this II
thereon Incurred for 1 of
19t! W. Madison St. Starke Ha.I'IIONE lion .,conatructlon reconstruction repair, tl.eonal 1oLbln.Wa.hln.t h.rln shall disturb Lb.Tlry"'t In continue they shall _t' In the li paragraph of this. I Pr..aph I. provide b 1.atextension
perform sU of and by .
., operation and maintenance of roads. existing Senatorial Dis te flon S.U. l.w. provl. the m *
1 their .m..1
J respective office wh the O .
; of there 1.1 .. be oiled o .U' l tus '
streets" bridges end right way .le.tlO u County Tax Aaoeisor of
t. by the Chief .. If It :
.. : lull. be roll the County; Tax Assessor of alltaxes *
for or for airport.. Of all State excise In the laid Tl1lny-nlnt ((31l Senatorial Court by: the State. Count C7<
118 lu.U. : the Senior Circuit levied by: the State. County CountySchool
District and I40thl O SoKW
taxes. collected and retained upon gasoline Fortl.t .. Board, School DlitrlcU.
of hi b
s Judge of Board School Districts. Special
HOU Senatorial District CI.ult. 1 Munlc'jiallM'
I er other like products of petroleum except Circuit School Districts end
'i.l .f'' ----- aviation fuel, not lese than four T9)) days after the election In 1948. t receive the Ther.U: severally Tax School Districts" .DI.ale18. Dr.t SECTION 14. I. r.m.d l.
ik .,,01 elect a Senator each of aald Dltrlols. em. rl.m.nt epti sgs Dlrl. and any:
: on > Counlyin
'f cents tax per gallon fo sa If they had nary I. CJ
_ Road Department The from Uio : whose taxesmay t.o. 1. Swu
hall be used by the State Soa
: C .I..t ment by the Governor the Pln.U. .
District : to any: other Clv- ba assessed by: the County: Tax Cot
for elate road purpose In the manner Thirty-ninth <31 S..la cult such retired Circuit Judge Assessor the first Id.. "." sll IsIS "
One cent or moretax shea hold fora I .
lew. State
provided by: f h. .1.lon. have the same and ef this section. p..a the county: by:
per gallon upon gasoline or other term ending o In T after 'urLlclO School Board School "I1"1
the Fist Monday In 1931 and aa Circuit 1. such re From and after January efjnlchiX.
like producte of petroleum except avletlon laua. : IEON School and
tired Tax
; Senator elected Justice or Judge required L County: Tax Collector tn theCounty Drc thi
i fuel shall hereafter be Imposed by: the roe to .h.1 ihsllttve it
duties The '
and the proceed .retained (40th) Senatorial District his consent. of Broward State of Florida and bin
the Legislature 1945.
distributed among the MYeraI.ntl.... from election for a ..1 ... o. Call to duty; may be by: special. o__. shall collect ail taxes levied tn the County enact 1 last girltpowers.
.. the first .1.1 revocable order. Any or'udge by the State, County County School time -I.
and used In. the same manner the the T.j'tr/ MondayIn : luatl. : : duties lid
thereafter. Sen who may have Bosrd, School Districts. Special Tax
Second 0. Tax I* distributed among befe Tsx u
t : the ..v.rei counties end used by: the from said Dlntrlct. hall this a.ndm.t becomes operative : School 0..1.. Port D.trcte. DrainageDlstrlcta. lion m Po trl: ef thl =!
Biate Board of Administration, the State ofnce for a term of Four :r.*. ... of It. terms by: filing s .,"tlf. any: oe dl. ..... .provide' *
several Boards Provided: that the Lcglaleture h llngness to do so slid taxes : .
Road Department and the .utho. IU munl.lp.It. who .. reporting | ST
t of County Commissioner a* provided aa teed by law to alter .abolish .Id Dl.tricts the Clerk ,o the Supreme Court.Ot1sR b County; Tax Assessor .e.all custody taxes:collected hy be O
\ pursusnt the ..
; Section U. Article IX. at this Constitution when. rr..nlel la the the -
p, pa.J Collector.
.. to the Senate Is preceding Section
but vitA no limitation Ii
; (I ) v/T duration of such tax; provided 90% *tirSlu JOINT RESOLUTION NO. T. Legislature shall at the Leglsls- !"
,t DELIVERIES PRICES fund shall be expended by: the 4 A JOI RESOLUTION Proposing, II U. of IM. end from time t NATE I01 RISO"TO.
I .. Road Department for elate road HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 17* t Article Vlll of the Consti time thereafter Iowa specifying A 10I V ..
: In the county: ae directed by: the Boardef A JOINT RESOLUTION. Proposing the tution of the St.of Florida relative toassessment powers, functions duties and eosnp.n.tion _. t Alc.addict f t.*
\ i11itt1\ County: Commlasloner. thereof. Any: Amendment of Section 4. Article III of of property for taxes and thecollection of County: Tax Collector designated tutton ef
I ux... that may: be Imposed upon aviation the of the State of Florida of tax e*. by adding thereto ed.dt In the first paragraph of this Section, and additional Section relating, .\
fuel snail be need exclusively: fcr airports Con.tltutO eligibility: of In.I to provide that In the shall likewise provide for the collection tlon for the term of IlK VJTJaS
and access thereto In the mannerprovided ..the their sompensatlosi r.mb. Contr: Sln' Lucle, State of Florida. .ee. nlor.: reporting and dl.bu. Judge of trie Court of .
by law. Nothing In this Section end Le.'ur. County TI Assessor asses the menl f' .collected by Sloe County Escsmbls County. Wtl.
shall. repeal or modify: Section i6. ArticleIX. BE .mtn.UI. BY LEGISLATURE pr. ef County; purpose Tax Collector.FNATE SB IT RKSOLVTD BY
ACCESS of title ConstitutionThla Section. or STATE: T lcln. State. County: 81 LATLTRI or THE STAn 0 n
FINANCING ehaU take: effect July 1. IMt TU. That the.IORWA. taxes levied by: ., S L That ArticiC o V.
to Section 4. Article ra of County; County: School Bo. School $ JOINT of the _.. of J....
; ,. t A.ndm. of the State ef Florida District.. Special Tax Shoo Districts, and A JOINT RESOLUTION RESOLUTION NO. adding thereto aa .dll-
OUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. leOIA COllurt ; ., members MUI..lpaIU. of the and the Amendment to Article Pp.ln. I .5 Sectios 0 It.,
RESOLUTION Proponing. to COIlecto, shall ? vm c to the elacth e
: JOINT the Legislature, Coua T .U. the sUtutlon of LiiCounty.
u.. a.n..a the of
Amend Section 11 of Article XII .. the remuneration. Is : end .. of St rlol rlaU. the Cot of Record II sam'by
I I. I Constitution of the State of 'ioe.A'tsLA. hall be submitted to the eleetore of the B. I ROLV BY T LFCITSI.ATIJRL e-et' | of taxee, FlortdL anti l.
: ( BE IT RESOLVED BY State of Florida for ratification or rejection : u.additional by: adding .. .
ij41 TURN: or THE: STATE: OF FLORIDA at the next General to That the following' Amendm" the Slona to provide the -1.-: ,;
to Section Jloo. VIII .f the t A County of Vol"t.. State ot Florida.
: following Amendment
: Thai the be held In November 15Sf: ale the County Tax
: -
: : ? I : 11 of Article XII of the Constitution say: that Section 4 of Article, III of 0,5orlda relative t the aaaesument and property; of: the shall u the 'l 1,
": all customers with State of Florid relating to education collection of all In the County: for the purpose day after .
Wlirn a manufacturer proilurrA a to provide our of the COttutlo. of the State of Florida shall lax. County; of : J M
; ,, Ij; .la hereby agreed to and snail be submitted *) and as amended readas Saint Lucle. .. ..., by: adding 0 1"\ln.! State, County- o a 1_. .'ollw.
of the Oldnmobile" cars. Hut unfortunately electors of the State of .a thereto additional taxes by The l..dl o.
car "isu obviously alieail new to the follow: sections to be known County, S0N.
: ,ff l done Florida for ratification er rejection at eusllfltstloos. as Section 11 and Section 14. be and the County a Board, School of fty :
linif* an tlif Futuramic Oli] ino. thii can't be OUR the General Election to be held SB 1M1eai .CCIM. 6 ..r..to. same Is i hereby: agreed end shall be and Districts. Sp.". T.? School District. ehan hereafter be elI .
ealsrles. eta. Senators and nd
.; 'That ill are follows: menvbere submitted to th. .1.... ... State Mu..lel..It. the County: and qualified electors of
f' > '.rl I Litit only natural that ileliianil > oii-might. why we SECTION IT. tot The Legislature of the Rouse of Representative of Florida for .._or rejection -I t County Tax CI .. shell other Stein snd county '

I1* f t for that should taking this opportunity to reaffirm may provide for the Issuance by the shall b* duly qualified "...-. the at the General Election to be held on I te Bld lex. elected. for s ter of o'.
t ; .t product County Board of Education of each county ... counties and for the first Tuesday the first Monday SLIT RESOLVraj: BY TH* LEGTflLA- first slectloe for add: .
Lrr.tk all record Ailil to thistotliiv'it publicly our POLICIKS: of bond for the exclusive ...* o< the thf were chosen. T.r: of "" November. 118 e. : THY. StATE OT FLORtDAT held st the J2. 5'
,i: ? :J : publle free school within the eounty.whenever : m. the Senate efRepresentstlvee SECTION IS. I. F lolo. after Jan Tt the following* amendment to Ar- and .. .. ..
tI tt ) nff.1 l for auto. ON PRICES: AMI DELIVERIES'tk *" tke same shall have been approved shall be ten dollars a day uary 1 loSe the Ts. Assessor Stale VII Constitution 1 each .bu.<
:'! : |Il'lIt-UI[ under by a majority ef the vote eat for each day of the session! .nd In addition In the County: of Lucia, Stated Fri. relative to the 2 The term 0*"=;
I 1L::1: f mobiles-pliM continuing shortWe Mieve that present Ouiinic, In an election In which a majority of the th.thf shall be paid for Florida, shell _.Sn for all ""* 'and coil of .11 tsxm ID the :.
I \ qualified electors ola than seven dollars ... County. prop County: 01 State of by Tint
freeholder who ol.
circumstance these policies coi'- n.i.t, are n. I. : School ., 111. : .
of steel ansi other criticalnialrriuU f'O> shall cents day for each day, of the taxes adding "
t '1) age residing tn such eounty: participate fifty a : : the County by the .dlUo lon. be nary. -
antl fttittite a sound hasia for "fair JI.o1n'j bu no bond. shall be issued hereunder session .. aUleage to be pi to end State. "Cnledc'n School bVmrd kw.I. Sao IT. Ant ushi =
'i.fl : you'll see why which! together. with the school Indebtoriea from th.. hol to the government Sloo School Dis ed t : mod occurs prior to .'Flat .
I ".ihde a real problem on our play" toeverybo4y. And we hopetha't th tl of such county Including special by: t. a. .dt practical te. lU. the State submitted to the electors of the First Mond lo"
of not The .... of Florida for
Incurred more than
echool district Indebtedness ratification :
( tax st the or shall be .
.. )haiuU. We value the !good; will of on this bai. *e may con OMmnibu l prior to the adoption of thl amendmentand seven II. I on..h.1. oenta mile for taUpe _lO.ll.tr.. 119 I a from time( held Section o. the O.er,' Election to Oovemor ansi : .
on the .
: Ind.btednncufted under the not round trips In time thereafter first Tuesday
f pro- more any: : the first hsretoferestltuthm.
take ate
)' t ail our ciHtomers., We would like tinue to serve jou. >er1LI visions of Mile. paragraph* shall exceed regular setslon nor for mor than two only: after eac by. t. .Ue Mood in Novebr. 11..fUOWI .

.'IAJ: f. I fifteen per cent of the essessed value of round trips II any special .extraordinary said County: st s referendum called for % SECTION .I. than the aI; :;
amy I. 1G50
ttte taxable property: of the enunty. ; sosettlIng session. that pu r., specifying the powersTrunetlans. the County: Tax A._ Monday '
\ \; OLDSMOBILE PRICES DELIVERED IN to the last assessment. for county: d\U. and compensation of County theCotnty shall 01 ".. State Floi.. term or tenure of.eU iiV"pointed
order prior to the of such S Tax designated ames. .U property: 4 said I
I purpoae In Paragraph i to "lr -
\ .I li. anal Ors.V aaslV become payable aerially: within not to A JOIT RESOLUTION Propo.nl en vide : for the ; the First Tussdsy after.t-r
::1 st: I 0rr..tsr. S........] Startsr. WlnsltlilaM Wa.hsr Tabledfor exceed '..nty-ft"; year from the date of Section 1 of aasewment roll o the County: Tax Ainel.- trth'c.tysrd: : Jsnusry I95L **

.. s (AU of uhicH an Opli,,,, njuipment) of Issuance. ae prescribed by: th. Leclstoture of the Constitution of the State of rlord. ar of all taxes Itr by the State Coun- and f. Any provlilon /
t W ) Whenever county ham voted relating to ., ty. County
f., any: : l. Adm. I Co. : S..hol B.rd. SrhOI ka tonfllot ..
able .a .a favor of the txeuanc. of such bond. stitution.BE Special Tax .. ansi Dt.trle. a The .\latu. thfl .I I Ihereunto
SERIES "66" SERIES 76' a special. tax for the payment: of the IT RyaOLVTD: BY T UOTSLATURE ipisiltiat. W. "U... Session and .t. M TTfMOP-WzllBD.; .

r : Interest on said bond and th. principal OF THE STATE FLORrAITh. SECTION 14. L From and after jnti th.r.ler. enact law. specifying 1 eat my hon aid
,! \ t Coupe ___ 211..1111 Club oed.n -. __--_ 2.1M.: "" II.ifJ -- thereof ae the same shall become due .. the following "m.ndment of ary 1. 1 BO. the County Tax Collector' ;01 -. funclo.... 011.and compenaatIon Great Seal of the ""d
'.. j I>luhl.. ... 'Iuh t..up.- n_ :I.JIL&II.: : : : .. I...%.> t..... ..ed.n -- _- :2.MI.31: and payable: ehall be 'levied on the taxable Section I of Article XVI o the Con. the County: of Saint Lucle. State of In o. County: A. .. d".nated lah_. the Capital ItS .OBA:

.. \ '..1 a Sub ........n ._ _____n.0_ ::11 "."11 .'..ur......... "ftlanXJ ... ___-_ MIVMt: yo ) property within Woe eounty as ao- tltutlon of the state relating Florida, shall soiled e lanes ....l PO.eraph Liuaa I 01 this Section 18. and August A D. J
I'r- t.nir- lubuar .......n .- : : .1.1 lie I,ua. 4-l>..ur oe'dnn A_ :\lall.211 ever1 _"l low ._

Ii t! .* !>.>..r "%-'I-- u_ :1..1111. low caso
*:; l.u;;n.i.--.d.;;; .__ :L5)L2: SEIUES iflf .
___ :&.iis.ui5: ilnwf '
lt 4 nte-rllM touipi. u. -J -
station. %* n>,.... 0 ______ 1":11.11:1: : Huh I -..5-----------------. 2.1.11.:. Ui allowance, well give for you -nt With; A- I

\ ... a..".. U..h "is.dss :'.':.1:1.11: : ACCESSORIES-All cam are delivered tires durlux ou big: Harvest 8al e. iB1

t 1fi SERIES "68" raur l.' ..r le.lun Dvdan----:::: a 2IMT.U3.ITT.H.J: I \, jib arreosorie* (s ordereil, and prim* arefignrril Her/ your chance \18 famous 'r- Cap
l.ulllnur BIO
l>e at
lljl; to rover these. We pledge ourselvesto PLUS Firestone Standard .

'Lr t. IMH I.oupf ___>* _______ 2'.1111 2\1M\I.\: SERIES "98' add no "extra except: those eat-h customer aVOS. Even If TOu ties are. f:.. ZIM
1 >e I.u. I lub taupelub you'll g
irduii ._____---_.. -- :, "I.'II orders.'sA 'a J'or
110t ..... luh ........ __ ::1:11.:1.: : : I lub Median ________ .._. 90.14.7: I allowance te 1vM mileage

1'iii' 5100. ........ --....-- tt lke> I.u.. lub Medail'our .. .. __ UIIM4.TA _ _ _ _ _ _ during this BIG DONT wait JAR OPENER
...... ___.. :&'T..111
I ie> I.P -t-. Krdanotxertlhle -- UMwr Mednnl .1 TUADE and SAVE ;
tii t..p. ...---- -1111." 11 >. I I.l$.. 4.U..r ".01... ___ :&'Ta>o.TII SaOUPO.66,6I.76..d7SSio..ddM.d.isUw. *
fr Pfa.ffi. Ste Wheel. and Horn Oe ijfrirt_ 79
Include ltae He9 9mg. UaaImtrvinent
__... .11'43.\ < :1IM..111: *
..IHllun. %% sstnn __.- *- 1M I.u.. t un.rllbl.' toua e co......... Os lu.. Etecfric Cloc a id Glove Sos Door.AirtxiKiHt /

'l qfl "' G..... sos L....". I-Z4 leor View Mkror. On S';' .. Reg.I.OO
I l ilesSets1 Models. OoUae Veerin* iwneel end Horn ...... doe> f -"
....... .. K.lrir : : :
.. TI.>. and Ol...rrr rl Opilnnal at lrl Clocs. end 'AuMtMHs Otovs las UtfM. ;

L.,.,.."ld..11.... Prl.... O.J". .. ...".. '".out ,,,.1.' ... _our "I" ......... h_. tafeedoiv Vbor Van..y, M rsr.

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Off To Start r !i
Impressive C .
ladoes ., 'r.':= Ii' i

[ring 20-0 Win Over Newberry '


Lining virtually under I line and Pete Sapp made the

,o as not to d"close mny extra point on a line plunge.In _
L trade secrets too early the 4th quarter, James Phil .
the BHS Tornadoes lips. Tornado end and captain,
eaS0fl Publication Established In JS77 it
Countu -
their way to a 2Owin. kicked his longest punt of the I
tJ ewbeY i I" the seasons !game for approximately 6() yards. \ r II I
E. game played Thursday The ball went behind the Dewberry VOLUME SEVE.VTV ST.VKKK.!: KLOHIOA- FRIDAY. QCTOIIKR: I, 1948 NUMBKR: ItlFTY'd .
g -- .
last week on the Lake goal line and was broughtout I

lot _... _....... ...
to the 20. During the last -""( "
J'elReddlsh.' hard-running few minutes of the game New- I Airpark Opening Construction Of Mine ;..\.. ;;: t:','" 'f. New Council

J0 nalfback ,was creditedt berry came down the field from j e. ,\ '
least 6 of Bradford's :11 their own 40 to Bradford's 40, "

Jouns and 2 of Its toucht downs.picking up 3 of their 4 first Will Attract Keeps On Schedule .' Will Take Over :

of the opening per- Statistic '
: '
tv t Bradford march down Yardage from kickoff: Brad 7 j .. HStarke's
with appar- ford 33: Crowds Sunday i NextTuesdav I
Ltd and score average yds.; Newberry SeasonIn .,
Despite Rainy _
little effort. Newberryed average 20 yards. 4'c' "kt .
her defense .and held Kickoff return average: Bradford t '., ,. Council.I'" I'
[ the remainder of the :S yds.: Newberry 8 yds. With everything In ''readinessfor I 4 .n'I new City
for Punt average: Bradford 33 yds.; the opening of the Keystone spite of the rainy season that has resulted in some ,:; boasting three new members, wilt.
iUJ"Newberry bucked Airpark on Sunday, Oct. 3. RoyH. ? : : be.sworn Into office at the annual
back, Newberry 22 ydsPasses lost time, construction of the ilmenite mine by Humphreys ;m meeting to
first Browning. director of the reorganization /
lie for second the visitor'quarter but 4. : Bradford 0; Newberry Florida School of Aviation expressed Gold Corpn. just east of Starke, is about on schedule. Some be held next Tuesday night at I'1':

I tin Tornadoes the took advantage I Pa sues completed: Ne.-*berry 0. hope yesterday that a 100 workers are now employed in building the plant which 7:30: o'clock.. 'J

Ixewberry fumble ,to score First downs: Bradford 11; New- large number of visitors from will separate ilmenite ore from the quartz sand of the Camp The old Council will meet first ['
I This touchdown wa* made berry 4.Penalties. Starke and vicinity will turn out and wind up routine affairs} of ['I.
L Wainwright, guard, who : Bradford 60 yards; to enjoy the opening day's events. Blanding reservation, and snip it to manufacturers in the the fiscal year. After Its adjournment <1!>'

(red a Starke fumble over Newberry 10 yards. Located on the site of the East, where it i is eagerly sought as a white paint pigment. the three new Councilmen I;

fcal I line. Carl Carter scam- Starting Lineup former Keystone Army Airfield. This group of pictures, taken recently at the mine site, Shown above are gaunt Ite41 girders of the dry mill one of H.'A,,Biahop, Jr., James A. LawI
f around end for the extran Pete Sapp, KB; George Roberts southwest of Starke on Highway the last buildings to be constructed. Dark objects on each aide at I L*, and I... O. Hazen elected
100, the will be the homeof show progress in the construction work now under way on will be seated. 7
Airpark 14,
C; Carl Edwards. O: Jaa. Phil. the rear are giant feeder hoppers where ore that has already been Sept.
Mills. Bradford end pesNe Ups E; Kenneth Johns, G; Glen one of the finest flying schoolsIn Trail Ridge Project. C. J. Bastedo, general superintendent, separated from the quart sand In the wet mill will be placed for Holdover Councilmen are L. A. I

| berry's backfield con- Conner QB George Winkler E; the country with an estimated stated this week that construction is "on schedule" and it further refining. Nearby Is a supply warehouse containing bins for Canova. Incumbent chairman, and i

Ly during the second quar-. Drew Reddish HB; Jack Eaves.T total ministrative complement personnel of 125 and: In stu ad- is still planned to have the mine in operation around the 1.100 different Items used In.tfl. construction of Trail Ridge Project. P. 1.. Bridges. Retiring CouncU'i: i
Ireaklng up several plays.e ; V.rnon Crosby HB; Jack men are C. A. Knight W, M. ,
Also two sets of magnetic each weighing
nearby are separaters.
at the end of the half Walr.wrlght, T. dents. Accommodations are also first of the year. Edwards, and Junlua M. Smith.
especially designed to appeal to seven tons. These will be used In the dry mill to aepar.te'ilmenite ;' i
J-0. Thursday night. Sept. 30, the In
After being sworn by City
flying sportsman who wish to from rutile and zircon other minerals found In the Blanding ,area. I.
Jthe third quarter Newberryred journeyed to Daytona Clerk Carl John, the new Council
of ,. ... ._
come to Florida for a vacation -.r- --- I --
fumble Beach to meet Seabreeze. -
on 'e
a Tornado a will proceed to elect Ita chairman ,
| yard line and. punted to I Friday night. Oct. 8, they play hunting and fishing. and wilt then make the following
\\t.i 23 yard line. Reddish another out of town game -Pa- The oldest and youngest glider appointment: i
I again from the 23 .yard .1atk there.IA pilots will compete In soaring 1 Il
contests which will be featured. City Attorney
attraction during the afternoonon 1 member Board of Bond Trus-

[ Year With Peak Membership opening day. Pop Krohne, tees ,

Encouraging Reports From CommitteesStarke who claims distinction as the I 3 members City Police' Department > \

1[ country's oldest sailplane pilot I ".... I I I
Parent-Teacher As- Mrs. Grace Osborne principal of will glide his famous It ls not Known. yet whether .1> ( -,

on opened its 1948-49 year the elementary grades .stated a German ship that "Minlmoa"'j the new Council :will reconsider ,I'f i

&day afternoon with are.n that there are more than 700 ly high performance., the recent resignation of Mayor !, I
honoring the faculty of pupils in her department, with Miss Mikey Browning. the H. C. Wall which the old Council I

jrrd High School. 166 in the first grade alone. An. youngest girl glider pilot and several weeks ago refused to : I I

Uts and members wered other first grade teacher was daughter of the Airpark director, _,,R:?':;;' _.. accept. Mayor Wall was recently 'I
at the door of the recre- added to the faculty this week. will fly her Schwelzer 222. She S <' %t called back to active duty with f

[bulldm\ by Mrs. T. K. Mc- Mrs. M. F. Brown "membership made an unofficial world's altitude :{'
Jr. hospitality chairman, chairman reported 153 paid memberships record irr California last 'dm' lI1\.x.\ : ,'?> .. ,". .. '
nere in turn Introduced tQIT -.already an Increase year, obtaining an altitude of I : ,,..,.',",;:,:-'" ", ,.. ..1. Service Staff located In St. Aug. '
B. Harding, PTA presl- tver lAst year, and the member 14,500 feet in her sailplane.The *,
jviho presented the teachers. ship drive has just begun Keystone Heights Chamber ... ,l' ifJi/, and' during his absence the .
Ireahments of punch and Mrs.\ L. A. Canova. program of Commerce, which Is sponsor I ". '''' _*"- Chairman of the Council serves. I'' :?
k$ were served from two chairman, reported a planned ing the meet, .' ..III present four -.s One of Inc li weiueia now employed by as acting! Mayor. :i iI

tthely decorated tables blowing )' program for the year, centering' gold cups as trophies to the Also rapidly being completed 1st a huge Iron dredge (above) upon which will be Humphreys Is shown here bending over steel ,I .

\ hostesses: Mrs. M. around the theme, "The changing. winners of this open event. I mounted a motor, over 10 feet in height. that will create suction to draw sand from the that la going Into a Barge. After parts of 8radford Leaders Ii I t
own, Mrs. Ralph Alvarez family In the changing world" The opening day events will sides and bottom of the machine-made lake in which the dredge will float. As the'' dredge the wet mill :! '
are the U
I Patten, Mrs. Fra- Year books will be off the pressIn on barges Attend Meeting 1
George begin with a statewide sucks sand from the front, pipes will carry I it to the nearby floating barges supportingthe
haw, Mrs. T F. Landrum, time for the October meeting. will be launched Into a pond dug for the purpose
Ewell Lawson, Mrs. Charley Mrs. Junius Smith. publicity fast flight of private plane break-j wet mill, where the heavy minerals wiU be separated from the quartz sand, which Is behind the huge aredge. The floating Of Suwannee Asin.delegation' I

11II8 Mrs. James Seymour. chairman reported that there will era the and Airpark.aviation Between 100 and spewed out at the rear. The dredge, once placed In operation, will create Its own' lake' as) wet mill I Is a new wrinkle developed by ;\, of Bradford Coun. I

Urs. Guy Sale. be a School of Instruction for 200 It moves through the area followed by the wet mill. Humphreys for more efficient processing ot I
ships from all parts of the ty official attended ,a meeting j!

> business meeting was pre- all members and officers of PTAat State are expected to take partIn <"" .,._.....,.,',,"',.,.: ,.. '-.-*w1c4'c.t*' !.Cft'P" O.'ttI! i the low grade Blanding'' ore In Branford '"Thursday, Sept. !
| over by the president Mrs. .Woman's. Club building R to
this event. 23, of theBuwanne'River" Valley
,rg with"Mrs,.,E, D. Tenly on Friday Oct. 1. beginning at .
There will.be no 8dmls lon Association.an organizationretfeixJry .
aa secretary. The first 9:30: a.m. Mrs. Floyd Griffin.; I j
charge for'the day's perfected for the purpoa :
W. came from C.'.5. Partin.pal State President of the PTA will program ,
and the public i Is Invited a* of. promoting the civic economic '
of BHS who Stated be present and It is considered
guests of the Florida Aviation and social welfare of the Suwan
(the study of evaluating the an_honor for Starke and Bradford ) I
Academy and the Keystone nee River Basln.Bradtordltes .-
with a view to gaining County to have this school.It -
.inn for Southern accredl- Is hoped that members from Chamber of Commerce. attending the '(

l was still going forward. Lawtev. .Brooker Heilbronn, .!,. meeting were State Senator Char. j
Partin said that the school Hampton, Graham and other Season LengthenedFor ley E. Johns, Representative-elect IJ f fA ,

[tot be admitted this year I schools in the county will be present Hunting Doves T. P. Roberts, Chairman of the .
Board of County CommissionersM.
\0 reasons: an Insufficientr as WE'Ias\ a large number
of books in the library from the Starke chapter.Mrs. Ducks, Geese, Coot O. Harrell Clerk of the Court, '

tie too many teachers per Harding appointed the A J. Thomas, and City CouncUI I
[pupils In the high school. following committee to1 formulate Through the efforts of the man P. L. Bridges. I J *:

factors will be corrected plans: for the annual Hallo State game and fresh water fish The local delegation, primarily '

I aid BUS will at last/ be we'en Carnival: Mrs. W. R. Morse, commission Florida hunters will Interested In possible future drain. j j >tf i

Southern Accredited list Mrs. Ralph Alvarez Mrs George: be granted a substantial extension i ige of the Suwannee River Val- \ I

-nclpaf( stated. Patten, Miss Lou Byers, and Mrs. for hunting ducks, geese, ....... 'ey, stated that Bradford County j '
Partin also reported a Grace Osborne. j coot: and doves this year, BenC. -p -, should be eligible for member. ,

| Increase In the number of The meeting was adjourned Morgan, director, reveals. I .. a -... <>: ,N ship In the Association because, : I
In the elementary school. with prayer by Mrs. L. D. Ha nes. I Seven days will ''be added to 'Ao. this area drains Into the Suwan-' t,

the duck goose and coot open -_ --- H -, ..- ..-. ..........,.... .... ..;;.""_:"' _,. ..;. -."-->::i nee through Its tributaries. '
4e''Hon and in addition will pro- A negro worker, masked for protection. A vote was then taken, accept- ,

arians Hear Accident Victims vide 10 extra days for dove sandblasts steel beams-another new wrinklein Shown above I Is one of several barges, which will bo used to Ing 'Bradford County into the '!, (
support of
|Mark's Vicar I Impressed With hunters. The additional hunting the construction world. Even the Navy ing wet mill. Actual fabrication of the barge began ten days before parts this picture the mov-was Association. :"I II' i

days were provided by eliminating didn't use theprocess In the war. Humphrey taken. Although the presence of ilmenite in Trail Ridge sand '
Rev B. E. Simmons vicar Starke HospitalityMr. the commission ruling that engineers found, however, that sandblasting more then 20 year ago, It was not considered a commercial was known to state geologists Deadline Today |] I
would have cloned Mondavs and because of IJ
Mark's Episcopal Church and Mrs. Jose R. Amenzaea Tuesdays to migratory bird hunt. new steel and especially rusty steel, before the low percentage of mineral In the ore. Improved methods of concentrating ore, developed For Drivers Licenses 'ft

aplaln of Florida State Prised who spent the past three weeks .rs during the season that Is set painting Insured longer life for the paint by Humphrey, however has made the mining of this low grade ore economically -

camps, was guest speakere in Starke, hospitalized at the I bv the U. S. Department of In- and the steel Itself.Scholarship ft'aslble Today (Friday) Is the last f

Rotary Club Wednesday, Shadycrest hospital after an auto I terior. ---- --' chance for securing a 1949 Florl- :j j :\

.Ing ways in which mem- mobile accident and afterwards "Although we were uncusse Exams Legion Post Plans New River Ass'n.To da' Driver's license without pen- :* I
Rites alty. f
of r the ful this year In our bid with the Tuesday
| organization could beater recuperated at the Magnolia Hotel federal agency to have Florida's Set For Oct. 8 Membership DrivePlans Meet Oct. 6 7 For Drivers who have not secureda r
service to their home in Havana, Joe Austin
the youth left for migratory bird season lengthenedand new license by the time the $ ,I'

e community. Cuba Wednesday. the bag limits enlarged we Bradford County has two/ House for a county-wide membership The New River Baptist Association Funeral services for Joe County Judge's office closes this .,! II
Simmons praised the club I Before leaving they called the have found a way to give the Scholarship vacancies .which will drive and attendance at meeting will be held at Austin afternoon must either pay an \\0..
a efforts in behalf of the!! Bradford Telegraph office and hunters a longer season", Morgan of the National Convention in MIami the North 81, !lifelong resident!' of Mid- extra dollar for the license or 4 I r
the basis compet- Pleasant Grove
l Scout Troop, and stated that I asked us to convey the following explained. "This was accomplished be filled on this month have highlightedrecent Baptist dleburg. were held Tuesday afternoon submit to an examination by the '" '

Ire now under way for the message: by eliminating the com Itive examinations to be givenon meetings of American Legion I I Church Wednesda? and at 2 o'clock In the Mid- Florida Highway Patrol.' .1

otion: of a Cub Pack here I I I "By the medium of this news mission's ruling that would have October 8. The awards wUl Post No. :50. Thursday, Oct. 6 and 7, with S.E dluburg Methodist Church. Mr. ,

e near future. He said' that paper we wish to express our i closed migratory bird hunting on go to either white or colored Commander Mike Gilhooly stat Sparks as Moderator. Austin died Sunday In Jacksonville :.
work depends upon the co. sincere gratitude to the many Mondays and Tuesdays duringthe ed that all white veterans in the I Addresses by State Workerswill a 1'.' I
:Ion of parents, Blnce its people we had the pleasure of open season". persons. for county are being circularized withan feature the morning and hospital after a long 111- -
ties are centered around the meeting and who were so help Under the new ruling, hunters The two scholarships Invitation to become membersand afternoon session of the open. ness. 1
the place
ful from the moment of our ar will be permitted to shoot ducks, one of each freshmen sex- boy's sophomore join in the activities of the Ing day. Reports of various committees Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. I

pelrtr.g before the club at rival. Everywhere we have been reese and coot each day from either or to either a local post.Repairs. will be heard during'the Susie Austin: two sisters,' Mrs.
and the girl's place
'/'fting were three members treated with great affection and December 10 to January 8. and a. Junior, senior or graduate stu totaling around $100 afternoon session of the .second Lizzy Strickland of Starke, and ,
not been permitted to daily shooting season will be provided Mrs. Ira
.1.' BHS we have have just been completed on the day. Llndsey, White Springs:
annual staff: Janet for even a for dove hunters from December dent. and two
" feel as strangers i hall and the building\ is now In brothers Henry Austin
$on. editor In chief:; Madge moment. I 18 to January 31. Ducks Applicants may take the examination first class shape, the commander of Jacksonville and Jim Austin i, I't

ee, business manager; and "We congratulate this lovely geese and coot may b. taken !' In either Gainesvilleor ftated. Property BoughtFor of Lawtey. II

Grttt, picture editor. They little city for her true hospitalityand : from one-half hour before sunrise Tallahassee and complete forms Information Post :96 hopes to send at leant Tourist Camp I Interment was in the Middle- I
SUpport of the business although our stay here was until an hour before sunset under and application five delegates to the Miami convention burg Cemetery.
[ toward the successful pub- accidental we carry with us a federal regulations The dove may be obtained In the officeof Oct. 1821. Mr. and Mr*. Elmer V. Van Berry Plants '
j:\ of the remembrance". shooting period extends from 12 County School Superintendent. Brunt have purchased 2? acreson r 11
schools yearbook. happy o'clock noon until sunset.' The post meets on the,2nd and State Road 200 (U. S. 301) RealEstate Board r .

...I Under federal regulations four, J 4th Tuesdays. in eacn month at from Lorenzo D. Green. The prop. Met Here TuesdayT. \vailable! i' !:

ducks can be bagged In a day. City OccupationalLicenses I 8 p.m.. and all eligible men are erty is In Sec. 16, Twp. IS So., ....
The goose limit is one a day. Invited to attend. Range 22 E., and Is one mile I T. Hatton, executive vice "
How'd You Like The dally dove bag limit has been Due Oct. 1 north of the city limits. I I president of the Florida Association Plenty of strawberry plants ,j

set at 10.Conner. City Clerk Carl Johns yesterday Local Health Staff I The Van Brunt* plan to open of Realtors, was In Starke at price ranging from t5.30 .',j
To Pay Her I business four tour lit cabins and a trailer Tuesday to meet with the local to S7 per thousand. '.
Way called the attention To Attend I -
4.). Elected men to the fact that city MeetingMost camp around November 1*. Board. That WM the word sent out .'I

To I due Oct. of the The transfer was made throughN. The meeting .was held In the to grower* this week by R.B ""t
The Circus? r Head of Bradford occupational/ licenses are staff members of Alvare 1
The the Bradford D. Walnwright. Jr. courthouse and maaager of the State i ;; ; :
1 for the year 1048-49. City County Health Department was attended by Farmer Market. It It'i" "
Ia ,
Future FarmersThe will attempt to have all licenses will attend the annual F..r.. Wslrath. Sr. of Keystone mqulrlea made reply to !I)

,coUected during the month, the meeting of the Florida Public State Farm Salaries Heights, cssacernhsigplsnts t .J
of the local Mr. Alvare stated
Bradford F. F. A. Chapterwas .
Clerk atAtec1.Saturday. Health Association to be held In 'I
*Ond WO underprivileged I renal' the circus matinee on Oct.T. called to a specUl meeting Panama City, Oct. 69. i Given A Boost : Board W. S. Slbley aecl't'tary..nd that he had four repllee from j'l
' children will have the Tuesday night by the president. I I members E. W. Haye and sources 1IId1 u... from. 3dI,- \, ,
Of Ji their! lives at a circus in So far cooperation on the part DrewReddish, for the purpose DeadlineFor An Interesting program hasbeen 'I Salaries 0th. employes! of the N. D. Walnwright. Jr. 000 to SOO.OOO plaMa avalh i '. ) '"
wat on October 7. of the public has been fine the, of electing new officers for the Registration arranged with prominent State Prison at RaIford (with Plan were discussed for member Me In the state, and still more ; 1'1'1

J It "-they will u members Shriners say. and they have already coming year. out-of-state the guest will leave speakers from here and I the exception of the Superin. of the local Board to attend .from out of atate.Grower i
is ,Starke Shrine Club re- had to order out more Newly elected officers are: Saturday Oct. 2. U the final to attend tendent'.) have been raised 913 the district meeting to be held waatlag berry ; '
121* COoperatIOn of the pu- tickets. The children will be President. Glen Conner: Vice- day for registration to vote in Tuesday : a month. The action was takenat at Ponte Vedra this Saturday. planta are asked to _tact ..
:D a UtUe in a school Hall Dr. A. Y. Covtngton. Health a State Cabinet meeting In the market t'I I I)
pUn **** havC' carried to Jacksonville president.: Rodney ; Secretary maaager at a :
r "Iy. bus which will leave BHS at Clinton Norman; Treasurer Vernon the November General Election. Officer; Mrs. Letltla Preston and Tallahassee Tuesday.The Farm Bureau Notice Mr. Alvwre pan all. ibiaeabbug 1\ i !f I'i'' 'I

f"'tt.hrineri? are seeing how 1:30: on Oct. 7, returning home Crosby: Reporter. Cart Edwards Voter who registered for the J''I' Mrs. ArUn L. .MeKnlght. publIc. raise makes the minimum plaaU for anyone I { .t
Mif they can sell to about 6:30: p.m.If ; Sentinel. Euston Norman. primary election last spring do I I health nurses. and W. W. Thurman. wag at Raiford $130 monthly The Bradford County Farm tIIeBa.

lltV each. then the buyer you're asked to buy a ticket The new president. Glen Conner, not need to register for the general Sanitarian. and wa granted to make up In Bureau will hold Its regular The fleet peeaa auction of I il

If h.! or she ***** not -BUY IT! You'll be helpingtwo appointed the old and n.w officers JOecUon. However those who During their absence the Health part for the recent withdrawal meeting tonight (Friday) In the u.. aesMMm will likely be held / I I
ukJ let; the local dub keep wide-eyed children to havea to be on the Initiation commlttee did not get on the primary books) Department office will remain I of employ* perquisites which court house beginning at 8 at: ,the market arraad Oct. S I. f
and use it for admU- i memorable>> afternoon at a to Induct the new members will hare to register not later open with the Clerk and the had the effect of lowering\ their o'clock. All member are urged )boo Ahrmrea. atated. I'

* l* "nderprtvueged child ,grand and gloria circus. at the next regular meeting. than Saturday. Clinic Nurse oa,. duty. .*. to be prtaent. a 1'_' .

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i reGE" TwoBradford. Fire Control Chief Owen R. Doug the state
r --- Woods Burners lass of the forest service said port tones t "niIt,
: AROUND The TERRITORY ConvictionsConvictions 31 cases resulted In convictions reflects a h1rher

County Telegraph 'Clay Hill WITH II. DEAL. COUNTY SUPERVISOR Draw 16 were settled out of court, and 4T of convictlona th 11for\
settlements were when
rt or five are still pending. In the cas Conviction
,.jl 1 l' ESTABLISHED 1877Every E. MATTHEWS, Owstu:. -EOTOa? By Lures Burgess Mohr FARMERS HOME ADMINISTRATIONOn obtained in 47 of the 48'com- es settled out of court, the de- Cases l

Friday and Entered M Saooot ronca, Nebr. assistance I pleted woods burning cases tak- fendents either paid the actual The four
Pubtlehad Administration
Home 11147..18fiscal torett
: (1u? Matter at the Font Office a>t Sterke, FU. e my visit to Nassau this coun- en to' court during the Forest damages from woods burning or forcement men nit
fi : ty, I was accompanied on trip year, the Florida
I and This week I visited the Veterans the fire costs. during the Vy yam'
Wherein keep nn painting by a citizen from Bradford Service annual law enforcement paid suppression being
; : MEMBER 1948 enjoy tit,. lovely Autumn dav*. County, Howell Nasworthy whoIs class here in Bradford coun report reveals. full year of rested In pert
rf',' vs I have many letters from Clay i Interested In cattle. I called on ty. Meetings are being held at Releasing this Information today, Coveringenforcement activity by court. the 37 ClIt!
'}. \:. Subscription $3.50 Annually 81.50 For Six Months HI1L 'I number of FHA borrowers We the High School at Starke on
},1 I; visited the ranch of Henry T. Monday and Friday evenings at
i I'I''I There is a house across the street
7:00 P. M. This was shop night
Smith and on his ranch we saw
Where only pigeons/ live In flock :500 roosters and and each veteran had a job to be
one approximately -
; l WAIT DON'T THROW THAT EGG! The lower windows shuttered from
.; 9,000 pullets :which done in the shop ranging
tight will Into production within replacing old axe handles to I MOii
t. :. + 'I. If Henry Wallace came to- make a speech in Stark And all it has to giveTn the next come two months. Mr. Smith welding jobs. This would be a HEAT tiut0

-l ,. t J would he be a target for overripe eggs and tomatoes? Wfcan't steps and voices long/ ago also showed us his pure-bred sight for the outsider to see in Gets
G Ts dust and shadow now
believe it.
About veteran
,, : '. : I and black angus cattle. These cattleire operation. 0
'al \:.' ,; Only this morning a quiet-spoken, gray haired little Except where pigeons come !' grazing on permanent pas working\ on different kinds o'

,. !,' h, lady came into our office inquiring about lots for sale. "J 1 On go an attic window brow. tures. His pasture Is solid with assignments and If you haven't
I{>), !it is clean-looking she said. "I thinl Lespedeza and carpet grass. Nassau visited this veteran class I wouk'suggest
\i 4; like this town so The boards are warped from paint

r, a't' I'll stay here." that peels. county cattlemen are for prepare their that or Friday you drop evening by som'Monday' and of oil !I
''tin 4 l' And the walls with vines are ing permanent pasture drop
} ir, !)\ That's the impression we have, too, after almost forty cattle and In connection with their see what Is going on In you. every

Nor h, (ttF.; ,, years of residence here. Starke is a clean town, and somehow And overrun a wind stirs up the, silence I cattle are big operators in poul 1 county In the way of teaching ou-
\ '.' ., I', we can't believe that rotten eggs would besmirch its try. On this trip we called on a I veterans better farmingand llvln-
; ,: \r It.f. streets and the walls of its buildings even if Henry Wallace And blue-Allen wings E.In Woodall.the sun. Farm Ownership borrower, JewellA. I at home. .

;.J. ,'t came to town. Crews, who has been In our I *
,'d 1 G1, : A cool-headed commentary on the Wallace egg-throwing Just across from our home I IIC program for about two years. He "POOR MAN'S BANK"
truly a deserted house. It looks purchased 90 acres of land in More than 1300.000 family
; episode made by the editor of the Frankenmuth (Michigan -
\ I: f : was
.t't 10 lonely and the trees grow close Nassau county and has gone Into type farmers In the United State'
) News, who wrote: 'o the roof. The pigeons make the poultry business He start. unable to obtain credit througt
\ t. ;'I 1' Many an American has felt at times like throwing a rotten egg nerry on the roof and eaves ed off with 2,800 layers and ha normal channels have been assisted

:L --r) ,I r :, at Henry Wallace. His lit that blind obstinacy with which one cannot Vines have about overgrown the shown wonderful progress since by Government programs t' 129t9

;:,I.. I ;1 I' reason and leads to the urge to try to club some sense Into his\! whole house. An old lady ownst he got into operation. This fall become more successful tenantror
'i. cianlum. whose mind long since has he sold about 800 of his flock farm owners. These program'now
'I I I eased to function and has carried on by the Farmer
0" clearly. The purchased to replace the "
:1' 1 But when a mob actually doe' resort to spattering Mr. Wallacr EASY
:' "I wise Is full of old furniture ones sold about 1500 pullets whichare Home Administration were, prloto ,. j TQ
'a, ?, : with eggs and other mills lis, every true American must protest vehemently nA Yx
\ ll' Somehow until her death. It must coming Into production Mr. November 1916, admlnlstere'
; t ill' t. stand as It Is. She lives with her Crews has remodeled the home. by the Farm Security Administration
". 'i St t "Is this America" a ked the Third Party candidate after being,. :daughter. It takes living In a At this time he is Installing bath and the Emergency Crop ant

t. ." I C :. manhandled at a political meeting. He had every right to ak that ',ousp to make It home. This and ceas-pool In connection with Feed Loan Division of the Farrr cz

,,,,) .,1:. and the answer must be, "No!" ouie stands forlorn and for the home. In addition to his Credit Administration.From t<
I., (' I>tten. I have two rooms painted I poultry business he Is producingfeed / 1935: through June 30( 22 ;..ylk
3 .'.. ((1\,:, We oppose Mr Wallace. We think he Is, at best the Innocent 1913
J rod am working on the walls of crops for his livestock. This farm-operating loans total '
If l.ilt. dupe of the Communists. At worst, he is an opportunist seeking he third room. I just know t Is another veteran who Is mak- ing $1.206,000,000 were, made t s >
y:, Ir 1\ personal power. Certainly, he parrots the Moscow line and hIM catch. some are asking: in their thoughts ing a success with the Farmersthe 1,234,000 farmers to make adjustments Hunntifttl
:14 t'' IJ ; phrases are the same that little Staling In a dozen captive countries "Why do you do all that work?" in their farming operation

'\t: i\ ,h.', have mouthed. The answer U this: It is really draft. I taught both, the dear and for the purchase of seed, feed

.; : : C r But he Is an American citizen and as! such 11 Is entitled to the right not necessary that I do the work. boys. Nice letter from Luella livestock, equipment, and othe I I
but If I do the decorating myself, Austin that all are well. I was farm and home needs by the FS/
,1 .; guaranteed every American. Prime among these is the right o'i
.: : \ ( r will feel as Tf I am a part of delighted to have a lovely letter and the FHA. From 1918 through
r, .,j ,t free speech. ny home-will feel I truly be- from Mrs Minnie Carter. I used October 1946, similar loans mad
'8. ..f.' The Communists deprive their people of the right of free speecn 'ong and nothing can ever aeper- to visit with them lots of nights. by the Emergency Crop and Fee' FUEL OIL HEATER

l)':'\, it We are opposed to Communism for that, among other'reasons.. rte me from the home I love. She said Dora Byrd had been Division totaled $576,000,000:
Hence I and admire operated on but was able to From 1938 through June 30
paint sing now
i: 1))\ But If an American mob deprives a citizen of his right to expres'
: In the cook at the Maxvllle credit to
I moved Cafeteria. de
4 livlngroom even purchase Improve
: 1',1 himself what difference Is there between that and the muzzle of
jJ", 'he moulding and the room does Trudle and husband live In Pa- velop or enlarge farms, totaling .
',/ Communism? .
{:r;! .1.1: '" not look the same. My heart Is latka, since his return from service about $345.000,000 was supplier .

,i I Communism la evil. Americanism Is opposed to Communism. gilled with a great Joy. I am Gladys has a baby girl 17 about 60,000 farmers. From Oc more hot from You save up lo 35% M I

V. ,,t': i it 111 But everything opposed to Communism Is not necessarily good. I I Creating, making/ lovely placeo months old. They are her daugh tober 1947 through June 30, 1948 of oil! Because fuel bills with Dua.Thim'iPowerAir
: stay this winter when bitter ters. All are well. Letter from similar loans totaling almost $2, I.
,' : JS; Hitler. and Mussolini In their day, an'l Franco today, were vigorousfoes 'j Proved in I
vlnds blow We had a funeral Dorothy 'Manning. She is, in the SOOOOO, were made by private actul
t of Communism.
;l : Monday, but Is was early In the 9th grade at Clay Hill. Hazel lenders and Insured by the FHA.In a mushroom I I r tests in a cold Qordurol
'' ;' r If we seek to fight Communism by the weapons of Fascism or -nornlng. so I got my washing Dateen and Lorene Fields are also addition to the total of $2. type flame right into the jl rf climate. Keeps heal osta
}" II 'j HIJH by the weapons of Communism Itself, we actually are aiding not lone and the Ironing too. Tues- In her grade. Both of the school 130.000.000 for Individual farm heat chamber.Theflamehugsthechamber movesaYesasmucbalgJJ.waJls 1 -

:.: :r" fighting the Reds. lay I washed and Ironed the mor- teachers board at Rev. James era' farm-operating and real. .. transfers more heat quickly into Ion in every four.Only Duo I

+\s''ti it' If we allow mobs to muzzle Mr. Wallace because they disagiee uary sheets. The Saturday fun- Strickland's. The body of Harold estate-purchase needs, loans wer home. Only Duo-Therm has this! t Therm has Powtr-Air!
f eral was here in the chapel and Padgett who died overseas was made In earlier years to group' your
4 with his political views as they may be, we Invite other
I I played the piano. I like to be Juried Sunday evening at 2:30In : of farmers In a total amount o'
:j 1; mobs to attempt to muzzle Mr. Dewey! or President Truman on their
. : 1<4 busy and useful. The days are Long Branch cemetery. Frank 32000.000 for similar purposesOn You tend th. fire by turning Come in see the new Duo-Then I
, : campaigns. Then we no longer have democracy then we might a!
" tl',.', t" cooler and a wind blows barter, who works on the new I the farm-purchase loans ai a dial I No work No dirt! Heaters. Every one's a fine piece of fur-1
: well live under Soviet rule At Clay Hill the days are cool- bridge, stuck a nail In his foot. 1 of June 30 1918 approximate!
t I :;1 No hauling coal or wood niture as well as a fuel-thrifty beater|
,: : I;' Every time we weaken democracy by denying Its freedoms to I also. Shirley Mosley says there are 16 percent had repaid In full ou'
er There Is revival meet-
a ashes the house! Terms? !
or through Easy Certainly
rti4: t (It ANY citizen, we Inversely strengthen Communism. 'ng: at Long Branch. Rev. Percy 21 children In her room at school. lof farm Income years ahead o'
;: '. I Mr Wallace can't hurt the country by making apeecNes. Americans night, the regular pastor Is Ruben Mosley and wife have a baby schedule. Current borrowers sf
,}I'' j are too "intelligent''' .In the whole, to believe the guff he hands out. folding the services. They havearge boy. They named him Billy. of March 31, 1948, had paid ove
< Terald. Letter from Mrs. F. D. $21,500,000: more than was scheduled Consult Us About Your Heating Needs ,
\1! But we can hurt our country by combatting the Third Party Ir crowds. I would love to '
Lang,. at whose home I boarded on their loans.
, ,/ ,t, I'1 any Illegal way. We believe In settlingSour disputes by, ballots. Left I attend one of the Baptist meetings. so many years. All are well. They From July I, 1947 througPJune

' !t not let anyone substitute stones for those ballots. I 'seems fe! better one after can just hearing get hold a good of are going to church every night.:' 30, 1948. the agency received Winkler Electric Service!
( She has a new fall hat and shoes almost 260,000 appllca
ermon like they hve. R. J. and
I I .
}: ri A, J. Austin had to register for Everybody happy. Mrs. Gusale tlons for farm-operating and purchase
Wilkinson and Mrs. Vinnie loans of which over 190,001?

f From where I sit... JaY Joe Marsh GIVES ter are the cooks In the car-I I were for farm operating loans 222-221 Temple Ave. Est. 1928 Telephone Ki
They are having: a good; school. I Over 90,000 applications were considered
A! Letter from Mrs. W. M. Peck', for farm purchase loan
.Ii jl I'' 1 j FAST In Gladwater Teas.; She Is an Of the total applications approximately
old time resident of Starke. She half were from veteransIn !
; Your MostImportant
, (; t t RELIEFwhen has not been so well. the same! period almost 117,800

, {,! l' :' i Right COLD Helpful Hints: Clean the coffee farm-operating loans were made When You're on You
','* I MISERIES STRIKE pot with clorox. Put It In full totaling $$61.815,000 direct and Insured -
: l ] yr strength. Clean with your dish : farm-purehase loans to a-

: r Now that th.bandstandhasbeen ties-from freedom to enjoy a rag.; Wash and rinse. It will be'' bout 2,500: families totaled approximately -

<.m 3" painted and the park re-I ndglass of beer or ale, to a woman's EXPERTepa1 nice as new. Coffee tastes better I .; $16,800,000. Veterans
, f leaped! we have about the nicest with Clean your combs In a strong now make up a large por- Feet
N 1 4 ; right to vote along men. I
11 soda water solution Let them tion of the new borrowers from Stay Refresh

+ ,i : \ And it's' all because, at the last on summer evenings they'll be able and they will comb out clean. with farm-operating and farm.

.; I :;1 i town election, folks got put and to listen to band. concerts In a well- Here Is a trick to make sweet I purchase loans since July 1911.

t '; voted-86 per cent of them! That kept park enjoying a bottle of rolls. When you take the rolls .
.s I, I way, they passed the amendment beer or soda pop (whichever they out of the oven pour over the topa I
"t 1/ ? 1 calling for park improvements prefer). Because from where I sit mixture of powdered sugar and NewRiverANn
.I' '"I over tho. opposing it. that' a freedom they ve earned by orange juice. They are sweet and

J !., exercising a still more important good for breakfast.The LONG .
'"t. Reminds again how I
\ you Impor wind
blows. is
. freedom: Voting( Digger In Ily :Mrs. E. A,
11'r' Sapp
-4; ".I tant the right to vote Is In this the yard. I still have the two
\1.' '\\fii\: \ country. And It's a right we can roosters!! In my pen. There Is a I ''; .

',}. \ I retain only by exercising itt I t1(_& A SERVICEChas. young pigeon In there with them.I Rev. Fred Dodd filled his regular -
!)f, \ 'b,. like all the other Individual liber hnve harvested my white winter! appointment at Long!
\h :'\ C. beans. I had bean soup for din Bridge Sunday with a large crowd
t." ner and cornbread. Don has gone attending the morning and evenIng !' -
_ "i ( CepyrigAt,19I8, Unittd Stattt Brewtn Foundation ShepherdAt to New Castle. I am thinkingof / services.

'' "\ .".'.1 Gay's Service Station all of you and loving you Miss Edna Oliver of Jacksonville -
heaps. God bless you all. has been visiting her cousin. '

. LOVE LVRA Mrs. Miriam Johns for the past

'l; :(I R. B. Alvarez & Son I three Mrs weeks.Kate Sheppard of Starke

I was visiting,: her sister, Mrs Nona a
,. -: Priest Sunday.

' i Transfer & Storage Co. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Carrol and .s >
r EverybodyLikes' Mr. and Mrs. Wllford\ Carrol of V;
.t were supper guestsof
{. ': AGENT FOR DELCHER BROS. Mr and Mrs. Ira Merritt
\ ''Yj Moving,vad Phone 9105 k .;;. It I Sunday Harold evening.Shiver. Bill Banks and = k ,, ,

j tt. .to* Moodv have ben In Miami / '
r 1 ( 81 .z .
I, ; We Operate Local and Long Dis this week helping to repair soma ac
" fel of the damage the storm did tc
tance. Also Hauling Anywhere In :
, f.. : the electric S.
'fL. wiring.
1 ( ,
: Starke City Limits. ,' ., 1 Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Sipp:
M r '

.r u. tj SEE US FIRSTINTEGRITY I j, ;;' GUSTAFSON'S milk Is I iof Long Gainesville Bridge Sunday attended Churchat I $:

f. ....t'." '" i < f so fresh so delicious and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tomllnson

I I I _ -.,'- so creamy that everyone were business visitors In Lake _k.
- -
\ J-' j ... likes it. And the body. Butler Monday. tf Y
.; t" I Pete and Leslie Sapp attended :
1 : I I I n' ;; (r I. building energy-produc the football game between Mississippi

of conduct and dealing with better < ing food values in our and Florida In Gainesville

(J' '1,h thoughtfulness and economy in all our I milk are Rood for you. Saturday night.

t 'H nfrving-fhese mark the reputable ; too. Let your family en vlval Evervone this week Is Invited at New to the River re s

'. i{ quality of this well known firm. liAe r : joy it, both at mealtime I I Baptist Church. The Rev. Young
i 1 I .., ;! and between meals. So :'of Alachua Is conducting the '
ifIll': 1"F order Gustafson's milk services.J. eca"Coke

today.TELEPHONE 1. Johns visited his sister,
ti Mrs. Romey Johns If
of Jacksonville

\ ... last week.
," ) 6 I STARKE PHONE 1'l ", Mrs.\. Wiley,\ Kelly has returned t:a a
'l ( AMBULANCE SERVICE 11 home from a pleasant visit with l
l\ : relatives in Miami 1 and Lawtey.
fn Funeral
Radford Brannen
has been

:! 'r: Our local funeral home enable. UI to GREEN COVE SPRINGS 2312 COL- picking quite a few peas and k''.

lt' I offer and services not LECT FOR DELIVERY.GUSTAFSON'S string beans the last two weeks
!. bawling. and selling them on the
otherwise flabl,.
tlrJ produce market in
y. Jacksonville.Mr. .
,! r DAIRY Brannen says his fall crop Ask for it either logy oath
) i furoili at the lowest pile. a*)
f. We the higher type .-"' of peat didn't make what they trade-marks
._'" ,accept ANT lif. Inauraace policy. foes Usu.d by ANT com PHONE 2312 should as there was too much mean the tame thing.OTTltO .

( ; pry, payment In part or la full on a funeral CowuiUUonno Green Core Springs Florida rain on them. UNOII
m!} .:i earn- obligation ," SERVING STARKE DAILYpf YUle was visiting Sapp her of Jackson-parents.' STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMP

;! ---- r ''I Mr. and Mrs E, A. Sapp Mon- th'p If'"TM G+W'
: day and Tuesday.

rj, I

in i


Thomasaft Stiff Penalties I this time have failed to do so," Ball Player Home Welfare Board I and at least two years of exper T. G. Futch Named Lighting Fund I

Promised Those said General Vivian Collins, State lence related to social work. Applicants :
Carrier Has OpeningsFor Circuit Judge Still Short Of Goal; '
Director for Selective Service for George Kenis returned to must not be above the
Failing To RegisterYoung Starke last week after Contributions SoughtA.
s. Thomas( commla"lasa. Florida. "Any such young men spending Visitors age of 50 years when entering Truman O. Futch prominent
d USN laM men between who have failed to register on the summer playing baseball with social work. Leesburg attorney and former of. the
ages 18 the Morristown Tenn. Red Sox. Applications for positions as B. Baker chairman ;
the aircraft Sea which and 26 liable for registration under -i the day or days set aside for He will return there for spring Welfare Visitor with the State'I The positions have a salary been resident appointed of Bradford Circuit County Judge has of Lions Club Lighting Fund Committee I

awarded the Bat- the Selective Service Act of their registration should immediately training with the Boston Red Welfare Board are now being range of $163 to $205, with appointment the Fifth Judicial Circuit. The yesterday expressed r.-
1948 who have failed to registeras to the local board office Sox In : that Installation of the new
pennant and "E" I I go April. accepted and examinations are I t at the minimum. Inmost appointment was made by Governor gret 1
By prescribed In the President's and could not be completed In .
register General Collins scheduled
excellence Each de- Proclamation for the near future, according cases, .welfare visitors are Caldwell to fill the vacancy lights i
are reminded of the stated now on active federal duty." I to an announcement from time for BUS'S first scheduled I
', the ship vessel's Is graded final penalties provided by the law for I General Collins'went on to say I The Selective Service Act also the Florida Merit System Officesin required to furnish automobilesfor caused by the death of J. C.' B. home football game. "
the such failure. Section 12 (a) of that reports indicated that In provides that persons registered Tallahassee. their use, for which they are Koonce. The last of the four 80-ft poles itt
competition enlisted the Act provides for penaltiesup some communities it appeared must keep with them at all times There are a number of vacan- paid at tho regular State rate of Futch a former president of and six 70-ft poles which will r I''
and other to $10,000 fine and five years that veterans and reservists had the Registration Certificate issued cies In 7 1.2 cents per mile. the State Senate, Is the Democratic support the 120 1500-watt bulbs i
rural areas, It was stated,
iave served on the Imprisonment If convicted of received the Impression that they to them at the time of re- I Interested persons may obtain, nominee for the judgeahip were erected last Friday but the :
least six months of evading or refusing to register were not required to register. gistration. Failure to produce and qualified persona will be further Information by writing to His Interim appointment will explra necessary electrical :wprk could
r are entitled for Selective Service."Registration "This Information Is an error," such Registration Certificate considered for immediate appoint the Florida Merit System. Tal- In January. not be completed in time for the
lon yea sleeve reports being received said General Collins, "these men when called upon to do so by ment. The minimum requirement lahassee, or direct to Personnel first game scheduled for the 24th.
'B on the from Local Boards Indicate must register if they come between persons authorized under the Act ,call for college graduation or Division State Welfare Board FULL LINK OF OFFICE BUR Equipment loaned by the REA
,dorms and received that aome young men who the age limits prescribed, makes the registrant subject to completion of 60 semester or 90 Post Office Box 080, Jackson- PLIES NOW IN STOCK AT The at Keystone Heights was used '
81! well. should have registered prior to except the reservists :who are the penalties Imposed by the law. quarter hours of college work ville., Bradford County Telegraph. to erect the poles and the Floe

Ida Power o> Light Co. also cu
operated by furnishing the sei-
vices of a man for a day.

[day & Saturday October 1. & 2 .'Y A DOUBLE OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE! $3,58312 Baker la stated actually that on a total hand In of j. I

',,< ",,\;,'""",." I'' If you cannot use two of the same item the lighting fund with uncollected -
\ <
", ,\" ... you may make up your own combination pledges of $40 from Individuals.
-. .: "e of any two items J500:\ ) from the School Board, p.
..,,>':;\;: ,' priced alike. and $300 from the Board of '
Pharmacy "4 ';', :.'1 ",. County Commissioners bringing/ 'It,
the prospective total to $4.855.12. I I;
.,,;, The City of Starke has already I.
:, .M : .. \' fo ,,' donated $1.200 to the project I
and will also supply the necessary .
., \,. /" electricity without cost, until J
i d a Stor e .. ...'a'? c !such time aa night baseball, to
r e39c be played on the field following ;
football season, begins to show r t
"rdy' Reg. 43* IS.RCTIE a profit. .i 1

,, Ref' 49* 'WALGREEN Guaranteed t Baker stated that the total L. j I
estimated cost of the new lighting .
(Deodorant grC WALGREEN ASPIRIN / system .is 5500.) Fixtures ;I
:REAM -' already on hand cost $2400. while
.. .. f I
; RUBBING s the 10 poles cost $1080 and an '

if Tar,40* TABLETS c A from additional Jacksonville.$120 to .bring them r I

7 _. ALCOHOL $Grai''-US.P. fur lIt
Naulorly c "The lighting on our field will

DOLPHINIMENT t,,_., r'nI Zeofrta: 4,,i i2P1N1s eompare*favorably..wl that enJoyed -
by Gainesville and Tallahassee t
," Baker stated.
731'? ea'r:" BIG.y. 1
4z.. Size ; 2fo,74 55"S F-* Anyone who desires to contrl'I''I!
Ideal for ma agr. You can't buy finer bute to the lighting I I i
'..,804Se sponge athletic ruhdown.r bat hi and. axplrln U.8.P 4-jr at any, tablet price. 4 SALE micom mall a check to A. B. Baker at I ;
vouti AlWayS. Box 215. I il
IIReg. -"
Ir9alar DAYS I

CTINE .96*PintSAYBROOKS STORE 3 Bradford Men "i I

YE E DROPS SEPT. 29 30 DRUG ( Graduate From.? : I

2 oz. Size OCT. 1-2 ( C ( "1 J S Forestry School :I IJ

!,o,46e NERVINEr C. Frevatt Jr. of Lawtey, !i''I
Robert E. Taylor of Starke and I t'
if JUIIeV ry FREE' FOR YOURCONVENIENCE Roan J. Turner Jr. of New River

iPHEDRJNEO&lROPS 2FO J:{ 99J.. graduated from the Columbia t
MTIMAL School of Forestry at Lake But- .., .1,
BAYTOL Strong Sturdy Heavy Kraft
City In exercises hold last Fri
"'"'"' f
1\ Calmative uwusJW SHOPPING day night at 8 o'clock .
iu4i 0r OHyI 5. BAG .
William Ottmelr. president of I I
With each purchase at our Drag Department the Superior Pine Products Corporation U I I
during this ONI CENT SAL of Fargo Ga. was the '
I Regular S9e 33 While Our Quantity Lasts! principal speaker at the event. I I
\\Cf 02. RefinedEPSOM POCKETCOMBS The graduates have successfully!
Regularly Priced at $2.39 Each passed a 12 months practical

; AYTINAL I BAYTOL course In forestry during which u
they operated sawmills, cruised I
6-oz. Bottle SALTS ((8-ln-AII) MULTIPLE I VITAMIN B COMPLEX REYI 40 411) timber scaled logs, chipped trees, ; H

f.r60CCR VITAMIN CAPSULES I VITAMIN CAPSULES 2 FOR .)'IID& graded /gum, and fought fire withForeat
Rangers.Applications !
pl8 4, I! t!
2FOR 'C All rout are now being received ,
I JGHSYRUP 341 SPECIAL' 2 240 CHOc I. OZ. Bottle which for the new school year : J
begins October 1, and prospective -
Cnntnln ltamlnat right least Important the at Each least capsule the full contains mini' student should make ap'I'I i ii
duly, minimum requirement I mum daily require-. 1 SALE I SPECIALS plication to Clarke Mathewson,
lz.. B.ttU of eatli all' mint of all vitamin v9 director Columbia Forestry' School, iI J
In one capnult B factors.
Re i. 49Tube"ABO : 6R JCTION'AM: t Lake City Fla. Veterans will '
49c PURE GLYCERINE V have their tuition paid by the VA
2 In addition to
ISO receiving subslstanca -
[ligularly 5 Pint SO"ftderal ETCi.tr Taj OH To\lrtrir. 3-oz. Size e
e payments provided by the
KellerANALGESIC Antiseptic i 45' MILK MAGNESIA : HAII9os.jar OI Bill of Rights. Non-veteran, 1,
who may also enter the school '

BURN 'TIDY'I Ill TABLETS. Bottle 100 ..................... 2 46c pay tuition of $125 per quarter I 1
BALM I for each of the four quarters.Red I 1

for 60<0 t ..I EAdY Kerce Named t
i TABLETS A< Gr., 100's...........?. 2s L6g2roR5O i.L OIL N S I
FI"E"H R Publicity Advisor. ,
FO !fl
GLYCERINEipptsHorits Regular 50 49c "Tidy" Regular 59 49' COLD CAPSULES r .8randI't:, For Inauguration i i i

> I L'ADONNALIPSTICK Liquid or PonderDEODORANT MINOYLMINERAL C-L Brand 2S' ................................ 2 aRef. 50c ... Red Kerce whore!' column of t

riant er Adult 29 Bottle i: OIL 59' SHAVE LOTION wisecracks used to be a featureof 1
I the Bradford County Telegraph

JUSTRITECLEANING 2for5IC 2 for 50C 2Pt.60cExtra Paislays,6.oz. ............................._?. 2I60< REG.33i .H-ASR 2 / and the Union County J I

lltfiilar I | Your choice of all Safe to use-effective heavy ...white, Regular 59 Regular 25 Times advisor has been for appointed the inauguration publicity Ij t
JSc popular shades. for hours. odorless tasteless o "loA 3'44 /
T next
January 4 of
IODA MINTABLETS FLUID I PILE OINTMENT TINCTURE IODINE DR.LlS, Lge.Tube Nominee Fuller Warren. The selection 'i *

[ Kollor t.... was made by A. F. Rich ,'f I
Bottle r brand ....?? 2 for 60e bottle ....... 2 for 26c of Tallahassee' prominent north:
100L2 2'FOR. west Florida contractor chosen ,
i 42' ANTISEPTIC OIL l/Al I ICC NOT IHCLUDED' IN OUR 1 1c SALE 4 by Warren as chairman of the
< wHLUL.01 JUT TOO GOOD TO LEAVE OUT planned gigantic event. II
L Meyers. 5oz .......-.......................... 2i 43 Kerce, the son of H. B, Kerr W t

FORMULA 20FOft L of Lake Butler, was the 1918 ;t IJ! 1
HAIR HEALTH Reg. 89 8-or. 25' COLD SORE first prize winner In the Astiocln-
Reg. 29 Glide 89 16-oz. "
Compound Syrup LOTION, C-L Brand m..................... 2s 2Gc \ Pf r li'd / fed Frews-sponsored' picture con- .1
CORN SfLMINOLMINERAL of his pictures, taken Jt J-
2;t4 or BUNION PADS2for3C OIL WlthtREOSOTE29::' : TOILET LANOLIN the In Pirates baseball' training .10
salTSEaunlutgp'p' amp Tallahassee!" this year, r
Zj,1 () EMULSION2for90c TAR and MENTHOL Large Tube ......................................... 2.?30 vas' chosen as one of the tenbeet
What a Volnol' Gon.l.. $f.rU...l In August/ by Camera magazine '

fl' 1' .Ota FPfmaa 20 t" -',.) ":awe Balm.Foot >Ooifie; 2 for 90c 690 COUGH SY3l'P r TOOTH BRUSHES 'nibllnhed! of Baltimore in the October and issue.will be "

? / Kerce Is a feature
) writer-pho-
k ; /
fruuSo Powder; Dally oprnphpr, Democrat for the' where Tallahassee he has
Liquid : I t
; been
..._.._. SL employed since 1943/ HeCorresponds I

tMUTA' !_ Regular 25TURPENTINE- Regular $1.59 EraAfn' or. ....?... 251e Journal Miami for Herald the Jacksonville, and Tampa I;' l
20 ream Shampoo t 2j90? O .Tribune and writes frequently ; J
B1 TABLETS Regular price 3Vc ea. for the
OAUS Florida \
$1.49 8-oz. /Jars ...................2 for 1.50 i tsed In 30 feature section'' +{
Florida-owned \
E: exr" 4.0.. ...-... 2 for 260 16 100'M."..,.-.... 2 for 160 I H "' s H. Perry newspapers. : S "'
FORMULA 20 wzz 2,840 o I .;
98 ANTISEPTIC BANDED STATIONERY Welfare Payments .< 8-01. bortlts, regularly I3c oo. CORRESPONDENCE ENVELOPES j
POWDER. Tannette. 12-ez. .._.. 2'99.2s50c. or WRITING TABLETS Total $24.192
49c BI MADINE "Stiertlawn" *> 5 Here In August
Freshly Mod' i&'ea. Bottle brand .... m _.. ,for XO 11
PERFECTION,, ORLIS or KELLER TABLETS Bottle' tOo ..._....H..H.H Your choice at a real savings I 'nrd Financial Countlana assistance' Brad- ; I; w.
through the State tt ,
"I Regular 39 WALGREEN COLD MOUTH W LACTO rrw Welfare Board totaled $24,19200 I it' WIi y:
BISMADINE2' Priced Low, "'..&" .' during! the month of August, according II !7i)I
MILK C-M. BoNI*_. 59 c SHOWER BATH I to an announcement yes. .
.,. CREAM'WASH : terday by S. E. Sparks member I, 1"1" \II

Regularly' 79c Each Regularly S9c Each 59 lAIR TONE and SHAMPOO Lr of the total District of 790.5 Bradford Welfare Board.Ctmntlans \' A'raA J'
2 PINT 40c 8-oz. Valentine 6-or. -___...._ 2 i! 60.. SPRAY IRASER received assistance as follows t', .11
BOTTLESGuaranteed 2 Jars 80 2 for 60 For TIPPED LEAD PENCILS : 21 blind persons received It t l
.. ... 69' $80050 447
33' CERAOYNE -- On f.': : aged persona were ; I !
U.S.P. quality- Fluffy snow.whit. cream d>Itcatrly Choice of amber colored ORLIS paid $17,721.00
..._ 2 6e ; and 322 children
for / _
extra smooth and palatable. scented with rov. or cmnamon flavored KELLER Pain Tablets, 2O' -... 2s 34 Anti-aplash S-ftft. tubing head; Ideal eay l lor home, school: or}office..r received a total of $3,67.0.50 In i l.
aid t( dependent children.! !
aT: Total payments In the state i I' \t
( I amounted to $3,111.05650 during I ,! I
August/ as compared with r.
Oolqi $3.-
een : '
I Uruxj 065567.00 In July. Increased unemployment .%" .I LJ#
I I and continued 'In- I J
nation account for the increaces tt '.
it was stated. -f, 'Ne ..1


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I ,,' ''t ;> ,

IJ.i.i t r

: ; r.&GE TWO l0
1 I -- Fire Control Chief Owen R. Doug. the state
Woods Burners lass of the forest service said forest
Bradford County Telegraph Hill AROUND TERRITORY Draw Convictions 31 cases resulted In convictions ot port reflect a bite ,

.in Clay WITH H. DEAL. COUNTY SUPERVISOR IS were settled out of court, and 41 convictloni t
ESTABLISHED 1877 E. U MATTHEWS. OWNKMEOITOKruMlahed FARMERS HOME ADMINISTRATION Convictions or settlements, were five are still pending. In the eases when COnvlcUOI1l Itr
Df Lura Burg** Mohr obtained In 47 of the 4S'completed settled out of court, the des cases.
n .' 1J! Every Friday and Catered a. 8ecoa. rone. Nebr. woods burning cases tak- .
fendents either paid the actual The
v: Claim Matter at the Post Office at Stark. Fla. .. On my visit to Nassau coun- Home Administration. .assistance en to court during the 1917-48 I woods torcement four '
ty, I was accompanied on this trip the Florida Forest damages from burning 01'paid men IsvM
''' Wherein I keep on painting and week I visited the Veterans fiscal year, cases during .
by a citizen from Bradford This annual law enforcement the fire suppression costs. the
: 'Ij;: MEMBER 1948 enjoy the. lovely Autumn day*. County, Howell Nasworthy. who class here in Bradford coun- report Service reveals. Covering the second full year of being rested persona I\I\ '!II
I hate many letters from Clay is Interested In cattle. I called on ty. Meetings are being held at the law enforcement activity by In the 37
$1.50 For Six :Months lUlL Releasing information court CIIfI
Subscription $3.00 Annually i number of FHA borrowers. We the High School at Starke on

: ,;'.,,,1'. There is a house across the street visited the ranch of Henry T. Monday and Friday evenings at
Smith and on his ranch we aaw 7:00 P. M. This was shop night
Where only pigeons live
::J WAIT DON'T THROW THAT EGG The lower windows shuttered In one flock 500 roosters and approximately and each veteran had a Job to be
9,000 pullets :which done in the shop ranging from

I' : If Henry Wallace came to' make a speech in Stark And tight all It has to give will come Into production within replacing old axe handles to

t ( would he be a target for overripe eggs and tomatoes ? Wcan't 'n steps and voice long ago the next two months. Mr. Smith ; welding jobs. This would be n MORE HEAT
also showed us his pure-bred sight for the outsider to see in Gets
: r believe it. Is dust and shadow nowExcept I
black angus cattle. These cattle operation. About 20 veteran oUts
I 11 Only this morning a quiet-spoken, gray haired little where pigeons come and ire grazing on permanent pas working on different kinds o' 0

I l14 lady came into our office inquiring about lots for sale. "I) On go an attic window brow. tures. His pasture Is solid with assignments and if you haven't

Id1 like this town it is so clean-looking," she said. "I thin). The boards are warped from paint LeApedeza and carpet grass. Nassau visited this veteran class, I woutf

'I .-1 I'll stay here." that peels, county cattlemen are prepar- suggest that you drop by aom

I That's the impression we have, too, after almost forty And the walls with vines are ing permanent pasture for their Monday' or Friday evening and drop of oil !I
cattle and In connection with their see what is going on in you. every
,. .1" f't years of residence here. Starke is a clean town, and some. overrun, ,
in the of
cattle county teaching ou-
are big In way
operators poul
And wind
a stirs the silence
; how we can't believe that rotten eggs would besmirch its up
4. veterans better and
try. On this trip we called on a farming living::
And blue wings In the sun.
t, ;,:h\ streets and the walls of its buildings even if Henry Wallace -Allen E. Woodall. Farm Ownership borrower, JewellA. at home.

t : came to town. Crews, who has been In our S .

I.t y A cool-headed commentary on the Wallace egg-throwing Just across from our home I I.* program for about two years. He "POOR HAN'S BANK"

'L \\f episode was made by the editor of the Frankenmuth (Michi truly a deserted house. It look purchased 90 acres of land in More than 1,300,000 family
'l ". gan) News, who wrote: 10 lonely and the trees grow clone Nassau county and has gone Into type farmers In the United State'
'o the roof. The pigeons make the poultry business. He stated unable to obtain credit throug!
I? t Many an American has felt at times like throwing a rotten egg
nerry on the roof and raven off with 2,800 layers and hal normal channels have been assisted
at Henry Wallace. His I la! that blind obstinacy with which one canI Vines
have about overgrown the shown wonderful progress since by Government programs t' 129,9
I }, not reason and leads to the urge to try to club! !some sense Into hU! 'hole house An old lady owns he got into operation. This fall become more successful tenant'or

"I i; cranium. t ,whose mind long since has he sold about 800 of his flock farm owners. These program-

But when a mob actually does resort to spattering Mr. Wallace 'eased to function clearly. The and has purchased to replace the now carried on by the Farmer

.'t" "t t r, with eggs and other mlaslls, every true American must protest vehemently V>iise l Is full of old furniture ones sold about 1500 pullets which Home Administration were, prloto 1.151:
Somehow! until her death, It must are coming Into production Mr. November 1946, admlnlstere'
f": hand as it Is. She lives with her I Crews has remodeled the home. by the Farm Security Adminlstra
I f1; I: "I; this America" asked the Third Party candidate after being, Jaughter. It takes living In a At this time he Is Installing bath! tlon and the Emergency Crop anr*

''l' manhandled at a political meeting. He had every right to ask that 'louse to make It home. This and cess-pool in connection with Feed Loan Division! of the Farrr

\\1. and the answer must be, "No!" louse stands forlorn and for. the home. In addition to his Credit Administration.From .

r ,4 rw We oppose! Mr. Wallace.'e think he is, at best, the Innocent gotten. r have two rooms painted poultry business he Is producing 1935 through June 30(
k..tr find am working on the walls! of reed crops for his livestock 'thIs 1948, farm-operating loans total
dupe of the Communists. At worst, he Is opportunist seekingpersonal
I I[ he third room. I Just know Is another veteran who Is making Ing $1,206,000,000 were made t
Ik : power. Certainly, he parrots the Moscow line and hlx catchphrases .
'J ; come are asking In their tho'J htll a success with the Farmersthe 1,231,000 farmers to make adjustments
t Ii are the same that little Staling In a dozen captive countries "Why do you do all that work?!" in their farming operation.

I'/1'/ i' "', I have mouthed. The answer Is this: It Is really draft. I taught both, the dear and for the purchase of seed, feed

',. I But he la an American citizen and as such Is entitled to the right lot necessary that I do the work boys. Nice letter from Luella livestock, equipment, and othe

'r. guaranteed every American. Prime among/ these Is the right o' hut If I do the decorating myself Austin that all are well. I was farm and home needs by the F3f
free speech will feel as Tf I am a part of delighted to have a lovely letter and the FHA. From 1918 through
I ny home-will feel I truly be- from Mrs. Minnie Carter. I used October 1946 similar loans mad
I'I'I" ::f.( I The Communists deprive their people of the right of free speecn ong and nothing can ever seper- to visit with them Iota of nights. by the Emergency Crop and Fee' FUEL OIL HEATER
y' We are opposed to Communism for that, among other'reasons.. ite me from the home I love. She said Dora Byrd had been Division totaled $ 16OOOooo

V ', But if an American mob deprives a citizen of his right to expresi Hence I paint, sing and admire operated on but was able now to From 1938 through June 30*

,,1r.1 himself, what difference Is there between that and the muzzle of In the llvingroom I even moved cook at the Maxvllle Cafeteria. credit to purchase Improve, develop
'J Communism TCommunism 'he moulding and the room does Trtidle and husband live In Pa- or enlarge farms, totalinr
:, < t I 'lot look the same. My heart Is latka, since his return from ser about S34S.OOO.OOO: was supplier ..
11' l; Is evil. Americanism Is opposed to Communism. Hied with a great I vice. has about
'I ii i\ Joy. am i Gladys a baby girl 17 60,000 farmers. From Oc
L : ,i. But everything opposed to Communism Is not necessarily good. Creating, making a lovely placeto months old. They are her daugh- tober 1947 through June 30, 1948 more heat from ,, You ave up la l}% M
1, Hitler and Mussolini in their day, and Franco today, were vigorous stay this winter when bitter :ers. All are well. Letter from similar loans totaling almost $2. I. of oil I Because fuel bill with Duo-Thsa't

Vfr!: : foes of Communism.If winds blow. We had a funeral Dorothy 'Manning. She is,, In the :iOOOOO, were made by private fuel-miser t" Power-Air! Proved in jctul [

f' I. we seek to fight Communism by the weapons of Fascism or Monday, but Is was early In the 9th grade at Clay Hill. Hazel lenders and Insured by the FHA.In a mushroom I tests in a cold noshes
morning so I got my washing Osteen and Lorene Fields are also addition to the total of $2. flame right into the I climate. heat I
by the of Communism I Itself type fj Keeps on die
[ weapons we actually are aiding, not lone and the Ironing too. Tues- In her grade. Both of the schoolteachers 130.000,000 for Individual farm
n fighting the Reds. heat chamber.The flame hugs the chamber ;rl move-saves as much ail !.I
lay I washed and Ironed the mor- board at Rev. James era' farm-operating and real p
: 'd{ It we allow mobs to muzzle Mr. Wallace because they disagree uary sheets The Saturday funeral Strickland's. The body of Harold estate-purchase needs loans werr walls. .. transfers more heat quickly into Ion in every four.Only Duo. [

!8, : -If : with his political views, obnoxious as they may be, we Invite other ) was here In the chapel and Padgett ,who died overseas was made in earlier year4 to group' your home. Only Duo-Therm has this! Therm has Power-Air!
1J t played the piano. I like to be buried Sunday at 2:30In of farmers In
i. t K' mobs to attempt to muzzle Mr. Dewey or President Truman on their evening a total amount o'

,'t'fj; e ( campaigns. Then we no longer have democracy then we might a' busy and useful. The days are Long Branch cemetery. Frank 132000,000 for similar purposesOn You fend the fin by turning Come in see the new Duo-Tberu I
.: cooler and a wind blows. Carter, who works the the
., "., 'j '! well live under Soviet rule on new farm-purchase loans, ac a dial! No work I No dirt! Heaters. Every one's a fine piece of fa-1
: At Clay Hill the days are cooler bridge, stuck a nail in his foot. of June 30, 1918, approximate!
: !, ll 1 l Every time we weaken democracy by denying Its freedoms to also. There Is a revival meeting Shirley Mosley says there are 18 percent had repaid ID full ou' it: 1 No hauling coal or wood niture as well as a fuel-tluifcy heats, ]

1 .t htt t f ANY citizen, we Inversely strengthen Communism. at Long Branch Rev. Percy 21 children In her room at school. I of farm Income, years ahead o' or ashes through the house! Easy Terms? Certainly!

; f Mr. Wallace can't hurt the country by making speeches. Americans .night the regular pastor, is Ruben Mosley and wife have a baby schedule. Current borrowers ar

:C'lIrh: : f e are too intelligent, in the whole, to believe the guff he hands out. holding the services They have boy. They named him Billy of March 31, 1948 had paid ove>

v'I., I:, t But we can hurt our country by combatting the Third Party Ir 'urge crowds. I would love to Langat lerald. Letter whose from Mrs. F. D. $21. 00OOO' more than was scheduled Consult Us About Your Heating Needs
home I
boarded on their loans.
.' a,f; any illegal way. We believe In settling/ 'our disputes by ballots. Left attend one of the Baptist meetings.
i ems one can hold of so many years. All are well. Theyare From July 1, 1947 through
,\: not let anyone substitute stones for those ballots. just get
.,.. .. ire better after hearing a good going to church every night.She : June 30, 1948, the agency received
has a new fall hat and shoes almost 280,000 Winkler Electric Service!
Lk ermon like they hve. R. J. and applicatlons -
-- |
Everybody Mrs. for
t A. J. Austin/ had to register forGIVES happy. Gusste farm-operating and pur
''It ytre:: Wilkinson and Mrs. Vlnnie Carter J chase loans of which over 190.001'

::.; \\ : From where I sit ... // Joe Marsh, are the cooks In the cafeteria. I were for farm operating loans 222-22 Temple Ave. Est. 1928 Telephone 165$
1, ''- L'-t They are having a good school. Over 90,000 applications were considered
oi" :: ; .p"sf FAST Letter from Mrs W. M. Peck for farm purchase loan
I In Gladwater Texas. She Is an Of the total applications approximately
Your Most RELIEFwhen old time resident of Starke. She half were from veteran
has not been so well. In the same period almost 117,800farmoperating (
: t COLD Helpful Hints: Clean the coffee loans were made When You're You

;:li i l "..r.Importan.t Right MISERIES STRIKE pot with clorox. Put It In full totaling $61,813,000 direct and Insured on
strength. Clean with .
(31 j your dish farm-purchase loans to a-
.1. Now that theb.ndetandhasbees ties-from freedom to enjoy a rag.V88h and rinse. It will be ; bout 2,500: families totaled approximately -
) painted and the park re-Iand- nice as new. Coffee tastes better $16.800,001) Veterans
glass of beer or ale, to a woman's ''
("t ;' seeped, we have about the nicest right to vote along with men. EXPERTSERVICE Clean your combs In a strong 'I now make up a large portion
4 \;. t village/ green la the county. soda water solution. Let them of the new borrowers from Feet Stay Refresh
\ ) Folks can thank Ihemtttcf that
stand about ten minutes In It FHA with over 80,000 assisted
V t:1' And it's all because, at the last on summer evenings they'll be able and they .will comb out clean. with farm-operating, and farm ,

j tif-i i r; I town election, folks got put and to listen to band. concerts in a well- Here Is a trick to make sweet I purchase loans since July 1914.NewRiver\ .

.' :.: P.'. voted-86 per cent of them! That kept park enjoying a bottle of r'llls.Vhen you take the rolls .
;4 J '1 F'. way they passed the amendment beer or soda pop (whichever they out of the oven, pour over the topa

: ,1! tl I calling for park improvements- prefer). Because from where I sit, mixture of powdered sugar and
I # I" ()' over those opposing It. that's a freedom they ve tarried by orange Juice. They are sweet and

1: .\1: Reminds ;you again how Important exercising a still more Important good for breakfast.The AND LONG BRIDGE

.', y:!I f.i1t; } the right to vote is In this freedom: Voting! epa'( the wind I blows. Digger Is In By Mr. E. A. !Sapp'i' <
\ yard. still have the two
i'\ ; / country. And it's a right we can roosters In .
,:ct '. f J J retain only by It my pen. There Is a
exercising .
1'k\ /1f I young pigeon In there with them.I Rev Fred Dodd filled his regular -
like all the other In.lividualliber. 1A'14(
b \1. ., I.J hnve harvested my white winter appointment at Long
Fit\. Chas. C. Ibe I 'nns. I had bean
'" 1J soup for dinner !I Bridge Sunday with a large crowd
't \ C pyri "', 19-18, UiuttJ Stales Bremen FounJationR. ShepherdAt and cornbread. Don has /gone: !'' attending the morning and evening
i to New
: J :., : Castle I am thinkingof services.

Gay's Service Station all of you and loving you Miss Edna Oliver of Jacksonville -
heaps.! God bless you all. has been visiting her cousin.
-\J. B. Alvarez & Son .- -I LOVE -LL'RA Mrs.three Miriam weeks. Johns for the past f'

1t.} ql 1: I Mrs Kate Sheppard of Starke

t l was visiting her sister, !Mrs Nona
Priest Sunday,

'; l !f,; Transfer & Storage Co. Mr. and Mrs Dick Carrol and "",
rf" l EverybodyLikes Mr and Mrs. Wilford Carrol of

:" 'M''H .:'. AGENT FOR DELCHER BROS. Jacks ot Mr.mv1lle and were Mrs.supper Ira Merrltt guests

: f f.a f Moving: and Phone 9105 It I Sunday Harold evening.Shiver. Bill Banks and!

.Top Moody have b 'en In Miami
1f .,; J' St, rag% We Operate Local and Long Dis. r this week helping to repair some

jj.U, '" tance. Also Hauling Anywhere In of the damage the storm did. tc
the electric .
;' Starke City Limits. and wiring.Mr.
I' 1 Dempsey Sappof
.t'I"'I" >
SEE US FIRSTINTEGRITY ''I r I Gainesville attended Churchat
ff# GUSTAFSO.VS milk is Long Bridge Sunday.

: : r' a so fresh so delicious and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tomlinson

I' r ---- -- so that were business visitors in Lake > DI
1v --- creamy
!<< \ ;..:. I everyone Butler Monday.
WI'I fps : likes it. And the bodybuilding .
I t Pete and Leslie Sapp attended
; /
I I I xd ji, ; energy-produc the football game between Mississippi l '

::1 u of conduct and dealing with better i 1 ing food values in our 'and Florida In Gainesville s

;U t t' thoughtfulness and economy in all our I J milk are good for you, Saturday night. 1

serving-fhese mark the reputable I too. Let your family enjoy Everyone is Invited to the revival
1 t"" quality of this u.'eknou.'n// firm. it. both at mealtime this week at New River
41 i Baptist Church. The Rev. Youngof a---
I 1
1 1 j ; I and between meals. So Alachua .Is conducting the /
order Gustaf son's milk services. IC
today. J. L. Johns visited his sister, .
I DEWITT C. JONES Mrs. Romey Johns of Jackson
L aj
1 ville last week.

., *. I STARK PHONE 1 ),11'11.ley\ Kelly has returned ; A
AMBULANCE SERVICE home from a pleasant visit with j
relatives in Miami I and
) Lawtey.
fi, Funeral Director :
1 Radford Brannen has been 1 r

: Our local funeral home enables us to TELEPHONE GREEN COVE SPRINGS 2312 COL- I picking quite a few peas and

; I offer conveniences' and service; not LECT FOR DELIVERY.GOSTAFSON'S string beans the last two weeks
? t otherw'te available. bawling and selling them on the
produce market in Jacksonville
i DAIRY Mr. Brsjmen says his fall crop Ask for it flitter a0t11tradt
way. .
furaian aenrlcn at the lowest price ant
W. the highest type of pea didn't make what they
+ accept ANT life Insuraace policy la force. Issued by ANT eon PHONE 2312 should aa there was too much -markl mean the tame thing

J pasty, as payment la part or la run on a funeral. eoa.wl&UoJIee.rn. Green Core Springs Florida I rain on them. eOtlUO

DO oWlgWa'f SERVING Hiss Cceette Sapp of Jackson UNO" AU'HOI'' INS COCA-COIA CO-MM IY
"f STARKE DAILY vine was visiting her parents,' STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY"
Mr. and Mrm. E. A. Sapp Mon- c-U"
I day and Tuesday. 0 tru floe


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Thomas Stiff Penalties I this time have failed to do so." Ball Player Home Welfare Board I and at least two years of experience : T. G. Futch Named Lighting Fund I I
.said General Vivian Collins State related to social work. Applicants -
Promised Those Of. Goal
carrierThomas Has OpeningsFor Circuit JudgeTruman Still Short ;
aft f Director for Selective Service for George Kenls returned to must not be above the

commis- Failing To RegisterYoung Florida. "Any such young men Starke last week after spendlrfg Visitors age of 50 years when entering G. Futch, prominent Contributions Sought
the baseball with
clasS, USN lathe men between ages 18 who have failed to register on the summer Morristown playing Tenn. Red Sox. Applications for positions as social work. Leesburg attorney and former .A. B. Baker, chairman of. the
aircraft which car.Ilippine and 26 liable registration under I the day or days set aside for He will return there for spring Welfare Visitor with the State The positions have a salary resident of Bradford County, has of Lions Club Lighting Fund Com-
been Circuit Judge
Sea Bat-' the Selective Service Act of their registration should immediately training with the Boston Red Welfare Board are now being I range of $165 to $205, with appointment the Fifth Judicial Circuit. The mittee yesterday expressed regret -
awarded the 1948 who have failed to register go to the local board office Sox In April. accepted and examinations are at the minimum. In Governor that Installation of the new
and E I I i I appointment was made by
pennant de- as prescribed in the President's and register," General Collins scheduled for the near future, according Caldwell to fill the lights could not be completed In 'l
Each most cases welfare visitors are vacancy scheduled
cellence Proclamation are reminded of the stated. now on active federal duty." to an announcement from time for BHS'S) first i
ship Is gradedthe penalties provided by the law for General required to furnish automobilesfor caused by the death of J. C.' B'I football
the Collins went on to say The Selective Service Act also the Florida Merit System Officesin home game. It
vessels final such failure. Section 12 (a) of I that reports indicated that In provides that persons registered : Tallahassee.\ their use, for which they are Koonce. The last of the four 80-ft pole ..
'(omp..tltion. the Act provides for penalties some communities it appeared must keep with them at all times There are a number of vacancies paid at the regular State rate of Futch, a former president of and six 70-ft poles which will f II
aid other enlistede up to $10.000 fine and five years that veterans and reservists had the Registration Certificate Issued 7 1-2 cents per mile. the State Senate.' Is the Democratic support the 120 1500-watt bulbs
In rural
areas, It was stated,
served on the Imprisonment if convicted of I received the impression that they to them at the time of re- Interested persons may obtain nominee for the Judgeahlp. were erected last Friday, but the
six months of evading or refusing to registerfor ,were not required to register. gistration. Failure to produce and qualified persona will be further Information by writing to His Interim appointment will expire necessary electrical wrk: could
east entitled"E' Selective Service."Registration "This Information is an error," such Registration Certificate I considered for immediate appoint- the Florida Merit System Tallahassee in January.FULL not be completed In time for the
n year are reports being received -I said General Collins, "these men when called upon to do so by ment. The minimum requirements or direct to Personnel first game scheduled for the 24th.
on the sleeve from Local Boards Indicate must register if they come be- persons authorized under the Act, call for college graduation, or Division State Welfare Board. LINE OF OFFICE SUP- Equipment loaned by the REAat
forms and receive that some young men who tween the age limits prescribed makes the registrant subject to completion of 60 semester or 90 Post Office Box 980, Jackson- PLlF4 NOW IN STOCK AT The Keystone Heights was used
as well. should have registered prior to I except the reservists :who are the penalties imposed by the law. quarter hours of college work ville., Bradford 'County Telegraph. to erect the poles and the FlorIda
Power Light! Co. also _cu
operated by rurmsmng the -<= -
vices of a man for' a day.

lay & Saturday October :1 & 2 ",. '.,,;, A DOUBLE OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE! S3.585.12 Baker is stated actually that on a total hand In of ''t.i t

".3-'\ "X\V"+ ,Of, If you cannot use two of the same item the lighting fund with uncollected -
v XSV ,
"" you may make up your own combination pledges of $470 from Individuals -
\/,*<\ V '<> -*
..* A-T; of any two items $500: from the School Board ,4 It."nd' It.
\\ : priced alike. $300 from the Board of ,

a.a Pharmacy; :\:," ; t v F County the prospective Commissioners total to $4,855.12.bringing It bl tit:

'; ,;: ( The City of Starke has already
,..; ,,_ "' \'' ''' ., ; donated $1,200 to the project 1 f.
,.., ".' ., "". 'I"'j.1'ifi! ''j. :',11 and will also supply the necessary :
')' electricity without cost, until )I

/ / 1 1 t Store .' "." ; ,. such time as night baseball, to <
; be played on the field following
.. football season, begins to show t
39c Tidy" Reg. 43* a profit. I

CTICeodorant *e gr. 49* WALGREEN Guaranteed t Baker stated that the totalestimated i I
.i cost of the new lightIng .i

WALGREEN ASPIRIN system Is 5500. Fixtures I;i
REAM40e =-: already on hand cost $2400 while itii
.. .. RUBBING ; I IYou the 10 poles cost $1080 and an 1
r TABLETS additional $120 to bring them
{for from Jacksonville.
_-Q- ALCOHOL G"-U..r., Purr ii iiit[I't
ul rly / "The lighting on our field will r rrompare
,. *favorably.,wl h that enjoyed -
DOLPHINIMENT 1 1 t: 2PlNTs 2 8OT1Ll44:: ? S by Gainesville and Tallahassee t
\ Baker stated.
15/2,74/ Anyone who desires to contribute -
4-oz. Size :
Ideal for maaiagr. can't buy finer r' SC to the lighting project may t i.
I pong:* baths and anplrin al any price.U.8.P ". 1 4 SALE mail a check to A. B. Baker at (:
athletic rubdown. a-gr. tablrc YOUtl *IW'" WUCOMt Box 215. i ,
"- i
l.gylor 4ScCTINE 1 DAYS
3 Bradford Men i

E DROPS SEPT. 29 30 DRUG STORE" Graduate From.? i I.

j oz. Size SAYBROOKSNERVINE OCT. 12POCKET i ; 1 Forestry School i i:

,46eH '- J. C. Prevatt Jr. of Lawtey, !
,. Robert E. Taylor of Starke, and I
FOR YOUR Roan J. Turner Jr. of New River i
2FoR 99J.. CONVENIENCE graduated from the Columbia t
School of Forestry at Lake But- I
BAYTOL Strong Sturdy Heavy Kraft
Paper City In exercises held last Friday ;
A Calmative i.r.. ,;_ a.eu s II j SHOPPING BAG William night at Ottmeir.8 o'clock.president of I I

.. With each piirchate at our' Drug Department the Superior Pine Products Corporation I
5,.. during tklt ONE CENT SAL of Fargo, Ga. was the .
regular S9c 33 While Our Quantity La.tsl! principal speaker at the event. I ,
Io oz. R ffnedEPSOISA The graduates have successfully ,
YALTHO5ARGLE Regularly Priced at $2.39 Each passed a 12 months practical

AYTINAL BAYTOL COMBS course in forestry during which :
they operated sawmills, cruised i
o:. Bottle ((8.In-AII)) MULTIPLE I VITAMIN I COMPLEX timber, scaled logs chipped tree, i F

iforGO0SYRUP .SALTS VITAMIN CAPSULES VITAMIN CAPSULES 2 FOR 6f ipRODEie t41f Forest graded Rangers.gum, and. fought fire with I i

SALE rout Applications arenow being received -
C 2 FOR 3ff SPECIAL' 2 f"240 CHOICE for the new school year i I
:which begins. October 1. and prospective
Cnntalnii' eight Importantvltamtna Earn capaule rontama student' should make
--at 'IraHt the At leant the full minimum application
*laily. minimum require daily: requirement SALE' SPECIALS' to Clarke Mathewson.
<- z. Settle rnvnt of eachall oral! vitamin: director Columbia Forestry School, I ff
In one capmile, B factors.PI .
O .
Lake City Fla. Veterans will I
S I Reg. 49*TubeABO 49 PURE GLYCERINE 6RWrfCT' H'AM have their tuition paid by the VA

2 : 50. p R In addition to receiving subsla-
an to% t'trtrral Etcnr Taf OH Toiletnm 3-oz' ; < fO 9tJI
gularly 5c NI" tance payments provided by the
; i
KellerINALGESIC Antiseptic F 45 MiiMA sli--, : O"ar GI who Bill may of also Rights.enter Non-veterans the school,

BURN ''T1pY i r! I11 TABLETS Bottle 100 -.----.-...-. 2:46: pay tuition of''$125 per quarter S 'I t
[BALM for each of the four quarters. t''


forGO, V4 Cr.. IPO's............... 2 26c F.eH.AL, O'L' Red Kerce Named +
Z R 5OIc Publicity Advisor I Ij

GLYCERINE Regular 50 49 "Tidy" Regular 59 490 COLD CAPSULES IAIN',, .8rand Pe, For Inauguration $I' j

ippbsKoriesit L'ADONNALIPSTICK Liquid or Powder MINOYlr'.IHEHAL C-L Brand 25'. .?............................. 2 :5Ue Red Kerce. :whose column of 1 I

29 Bottle DEODORANT2for50c : OIL wisecracks used to be a feature
< er Adult Reg 59 SHAVE LOTIONtjUSTRire
of the Bradford County Telegraph I
R EG.3 3
2 for 5IC 2Pt.60cExtra Paisleys, 6-oz. ............................._?. 2:60.: fA5TE and the Union County I M I I

regular JScODA CLEANINGFLUID I | Your popular choice shades.of all Safe to for use hours.--effective oilorleas.heavy taatrleas.white, Regular 59c Regular 25 C'l'to' pYN 254// Times next,advtaor has January been for appointed 4 the of Governor Inauguration publicity -- d h.' ,

MINTABLETS I Lge. Fuller Warren. The selection 'a
.. was made by A. F. Rich
[ Keller *\ ,
'' brand ........ abfor 600 botVl'. 2 for 260 of Tallahnsnee, prominent northwest I I l
ottJe 100 2 FOR Florida contractor chosen F
., .. !. 42c ANTISEPTIC OIL VALUES by Warren as chairman of the
.for 2< BUT TOO 1 I GOOD I i TO LEAVE OUT planned, gigantic event. I''
__- I ..............---"-- 2:43.25c : .. Kerce, the son of H.; B. Kerc It,
FORMULA' 20, M o5'iJ: of Lake Butler was the 1918 )t l+

FOR HAIR HEALTH Reg. 29< Glide 89' 16-oz. Reg. 89 8-oz. SORE first prize winner in the Associated i) i

Camp.... Syrup LOTION. C-L Brand.......?...-..-..?.2i26< pl r Preaa-sponsored picture con,1,
,. CORN CALLOUS SILMINOL test. One of his pictures takent :to
.;o' or BUNION PADS2for30c MINERAL OIL WHITE PINE 29' TOILET LANOLIN the. Pirates baseball training .4 ii;
7 i : IAUTIfUINplp 2tg With CREOSOTE "amp In- Tallahassee' this year, rte
T EMULSION2for9QC TAR and MENTHOL Large Tube ?.-..??..?......_..._...?......?. 2i30= 'vas chosen as one of the ten
.,b a r Wk.f a rol.., GoHulto. StorlooHt bet In August by Camera magazine ,\J

L s ,+.. Balm.:i .246c 2 for 90c() 69 COUGH SY- VP r TOOTH BRUSHES oublifthed of Baltimore In the October and Issue.will b<* I

14am ... Foot '30c Choice of plain 01 Save on this oldCL Brand. 8-oz. -.?....... ....?.......... 2 70e wui "1'i.. I..f. Krrre Is a feature
Powder fortified: effective time remedy. .iieeHr. '.'.Ic. 2 33c -pho-
i ___ So. ." P..Do fOf' 'oprapher for the TallahasseeDaily
'g9c e 390 DENTAL PLATE tle firmly I set in smart handle; Democrat, where he has
Muu2o Liquid Shampoo c SHAVE CREr.Bfl" choice of tour -tyle been t
size .csau CLEANER, J-D Brand .--....--....2 : 40eL employed since 1843-! He
Corresponds for the Jacksonville
rk/.r OiClratft
Leg IMUTA I9e Cream 290 Regular 2S Regular $1.59 //.sr.?...." aC,9l :Journal Miami Herald, and'Tampa
Tribune and
writes frequently I
atus TURPENTINESPIRITS. B1' TABLETS Regular pnce 3Uc ea. for the Florida' feature it
51-49 8-oz. |Jars ..2 for 1.5O section
? -"-"?- wed II
= In 30 Florida-owned John
> t
For Lees. f 4-9E, .......... 2 fo,260 10 100't Mg...._...... 21._60 I H. Perry newspaper. : Y+ ,
FORMULA 20 DasdreN 2,84 2 2loi. ..old re ; = '0 BANDED I ,
boftles, regularly I3e .a. CORRESPONDENCE ENVELOPES ,
POWDER, Tannette 12-oz. ?.?.. 299! e< or WRITING TABLETS Total $24.192 r

490 BI MADINE "S/lo'o./ O Here In August '?,
Freshly." Mad.' U-oi. BoHI .. bread 16 5I

PERFECTION,, ORLIS or KELLER TABLETS Bottle 100 ___......_.. 2 u: 5 Qe- Your?-choice--at a real'for savings. I Financial l assistance V Brad- ,l, 1
"ord Countlans through the State l ,r .. ;
Regular 39 WALGREEN COLD MOUTH 58c LACTO BISMADINE Welfare Board totaled 24192.00 I
Priced Lewi, "Idiol" during the month of August, according -
MILK -.. 2 59 .SHOWERIATN to an announcement r 17
.of MAGNESIA CREAM WASH.ottJe -------- F' 1 by S. E. Sparks member yesterday >

Regularly" 79* Each R..julorly" Ste Each 591: lAIR TONE and SHAMPOO of the District S Welfare Board. S'
-- A total of 790
-- Bradford Coun t
2 PINT 40c S.oz. ., 6-oz..._??_...?...._ 2:60.: SPRAY IlAn" tlans received assistance as fol- Ii'I
2 Jar. C for 60c ,., TIPPED LEAD PENCILS Iowa: 21 blind persona received I{
69Valentin. 0
33 CERADYNE $800.50 447 SI
only- ;
? On'toto persons were
Guaranteed U.S.P. quality- anow-whlt. cream deliChoice ot amber colored
extra smooth and palatable. Fluffy emltlf. -pnt.d: with DM. or cinnamon flavored KELLER.ORLIS Pain Tablets, 20' -- ..?.... .- 2 0': 34|,for....home..????,..achool, ... 2 or tor office.O Cft paid received$11,721.00 a total; and of 322$5.670.50 children In I+

IT: aid to dependent children!

Total 'payments In the state I!
amounted to .1.111.953.50 during ,
1 1 / 1 August, as compared with 3. \
06:5UI1.oo: In July. Increased unemployment

/ 'I and continued 'In-
flation account for the Increases,
It was stated. !
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if T .. .. Mr. W. B. Alexander, Co-Leader; = t-
'J (t I I Helen Haines Birthday Dinner | New WMS Officers I ,
R. B. Alvarez, Edmund
: 1 : ( SOCIETY and CLUBS Honoree At PartyRev. At Masters HomeMrs. r Are InstalledThe Tenly Mesdames, F.J. Shaw, Anne Hutchins, Fry Hosts

and Mrs. L. D. Haines A. W. Masters entertainedat Baptist WMU held Its regular Mathews, Martha Maxwell, Coran,
:' r> Office Gladys Mooty ReAldenrePhone entertained at a delightful garden a chicken plleau dinner Wed- business and program meeting B. S. Outlaw, E. Lennon D. W. \{ l p
,i I( Phone 20 Editor 33 party last Friday evening for I nesday evening in honor of Mr. Tuesday September 21, in the Moore, A. A. Durden. P. M. Bare- *B 8 8k,,

.tL.I _____ their daughter, Helen, and 23 Master's birthday anniversary.A church :with 30 members present foot, O. O. Webb, Martin Reddish ftuR,
.. ----------- of her young friends.A beautiful white cake, em- The program was in charge of W. M. Edwards, A. J. Thomas -
color scheme of yellow and bossed In pink and green with Mrs M. F. Hazen, who used asher G. C. Barksdale, G. W. Bennett Iio:
.> WSCS To Meet Hamburger Fry green was carried out in the 31 pink candles centered the topic: "One Saviour for the Farris Conway, Lois Mayefl, try

:;, ,il,;, The two circles of the WSCS For Young AdultsMrs. fall flower arrangements in the dinner table. Placed at pointsof Negro in Africa and in America", Lula Mott L. U. Morgan A. and fish Mr apt
Haines' home on N. Walnut St. Interest were bouquets of red Perkins, Sullivan, Ii1d
: Those taking part on the program Mooney, W. H. MIS
: \i will have their social meetings
\: Herbert Deal entertainedher for the occasion. The refreshment rose buds. AnllJe t
\ were Mrs. F. Beard, Mrs. T. B. Eunice Wilson, Linnle Williams.
\Ij j October 4, at 3 h
Monday !
', o'clock "young adult" Sunday school table was overlaid with a beautl-I Mr. and Mrs E. A. Winkler Harding, Mrs. D. L. Thomas, and' P. 3. Denmark, Nlram Wynn. lIon meeting'Y Jr r Ii1d
lace cloth and and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kowatchwere end lit,
at ful Mrs A. A. Durden. The devo-
"" clans of the Methodist Church Circle No. 3 MI1[
Circle One will be entertained a large cut glass punch bowl. Invited to enjoy the occasion the C C.
Mrs. L. D.
J a hamburger fry at Keystone tional was given by Mrs. H. it. Brownlee Leader: chuck. ,
at the home of Mrs. S. Hutto The frosted cakes and mints car with Mr. and Mrs Masters. Oct. Ii'
from the
1. il t' with her daughter, Mrs. Shelly Heights beach last Friday even- red out the green and yellow Haines 10th Chapter reading of verses Romans. Mrs, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Co-Leader; the Miller Ii1d
I r Hall, as co-hostess. Ipg. color scheme. Mesdames W J. Epoerson, Sr.,
.' Enjoys Picnic E. C. Mann Bang a solo, accom-
.1 Circle Two will be entertained The 23 members enjoyed a The yard ,was attractively Marvin Hazen, B. T. Thomas, TR iD
the Mrs. W. aa !
panted at piano by u+
io! at the home of Mrs. A. W. Red- hayride to and from Keystone I lighted for the games played The Adult class of the Presby- |I R. Morse.A Jesse Newsome, Ida Lawson, J. I this !n,
I II.i : truck. monthly at the Mitchell beautiful Installation service A. M. Rlcharde, Julia Register,
Joe Martinez and Mrs. Carl Johns young people movies after which picnic
.t, as co-haateaaea.,' Following many games: and 'i I they gathered around and sang cottage, Kingsley Lake last 'Friday I was held for the new. 1948.49officers Pierce, Freeman Register, "Sr.., the /r .
About 25 members with Mr. H. L. Hough Maxie ,Carter, A. A. Wainwright, .
'f I social period delicious hamburgers songs accompanied by two bahJjbs. evening. I u. ....
were serving as Installing officer. Mrs. A. O. Andreu, Floyd Green, Cam- and I y
'i"I' Women fried .by Mr. Deal, were : present : l.
Junior ,
_ \ served to the members and their C. M. Turney, teacher andT. Mann sang "Lily of the Valley" per, M. M. Morgan,' Coy Stev- I ..,nub'rq...?...
II' ;1 t'' To Meet Oct. 7 guests. UDC Notice "" H. McNelll president, presided and the Installing prayer was enson, Roy Ward Ethel Newsom by ,,,,,,' no..
1, made by Mrs. W. J. Epperson.The the .'''''''''_
t .
C't'f H at the business meeting. Mrs Frank Hemingway, Julia Bryan or 5 ....t t. .
i .. The Junior\ Woman's Club will The W. T. Weeks Chapter of the W. E. Dowllng and Mrs. Guy business session was presided T. Tlaon. r Da.uIL '-'
I WMS Notice UDC will be entertained next over by Mrs. S. E. Sparks ---
Andrews, were appointed on the
I hold its .next regular meeting -
Wednesday, October 6 at the visiting committee for the monthof and annual reports were received Mr. and Mrs. Harlen Burdetteof '
: Thursday evening, October 7, at Baptist WMS circles will hold I Men's C
,t home of Mrs. L. F. Chapman, I October. Reports from standIng from committee chairmen. Mrs. Gainesville were Saturday visItors ALVAREZ' STOREJacksonville t
7:30: o'clock In the Club house. their regular meetings next Tues '
It. State Farm, at 3:30: o'clock. committees were given. Sparks thanked each officer and of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sauls. Establishei 11891
t 1'1 i 1 Mrs. Leonard F. Smith Jr. will day afternoon at 3 o'clock. member for faithfulness shown --- --- -
i: speak on "American Citizenship". Circle I will meet with Mrs.L. during the past year, and Mrs. -- -
I. i l Hostesses for the evenlhg will O. Powell, Circle II with Mrs. H. A. Lawson thanked the WMS
./ be Mrs W. C. Powell Mrs. Guy Wesley Andrews and Circle III for sending four RA boys to
I Ii; Sale and Miss Della Rosenberg.: with Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. i I J
t. camp.Assignment .
.!'..It'4 of members to For FRYING,
Circles for the new year was announced -
: ;, THE FLORIDA AVIATION ACADEMY aa follows: Super Store [CAKES, PAsn,'
y Circle No. 1
: Announces The lie-Opening Of Their Training Ught-blankot-ueather over the I fence law! ,
f Mrs. L. G. Powell, Leader; Mrs. '
:I ) Academy On October 3rd weekend stay-lates brought In from the Kingsley last of, thenIt the j \Vhafn a football'game; ; without G. W. Alderman, Co-Leader;; Mesdames Prices i Try DEXO
the lovely cheerleaders addin' Etta Tlaon, Dave SilcoxW. .
i ...' t turned so hot again that as
rat I'i' I.. .\t t Kt'y..lon.lrpark.. The opening will lw celebrated by. a I write this column can't help(j I their vim an' vitality to the traditional R. Morse, T B. Harding F.F 3 Ibs. 1.07
t r songs and cheers! Flume, Nat Williams. E.W. Hayes.
tate-nli)4) Breakfast of Private wishing I had the old
Might Piano
to typewritermounted
owners Key-
4 The girls certainly look smart R. A. Newsome F. B. Beard, BLUE'LABELKaro
\ k one Airpark Sunday morning, and a muring. content will on somebody's pier .
t this In the school Charles Harper, H. L. Hough,
; ,I{ : ,tlrf! See the A. Z. Adkins and Bill year new
IM- heW |In the afternoon. '* v ,. jof scarlet and Carrie Ingram, L. G. Heming- Syrup 5 lb. 59c
Grahams back in town Monday gray-gray can -
L; '* It I, : The Puhlle b Cordially Invited and Mrs. S. T. Dell cloned up pleated skirts, scarlet Vrnech? way, W. N. Johnson, J. P. Tom-
sweaters, white shirts, and red llnson A, L. Alvarez, Warren,
:' ''f'( I We lave a few opening available for local ntudent. drslrlna 1 her place, and And returned speak to of Gainesville movln'I an' white saddle oxfords ... Clyde Priest C. J. Powell L. A. HERSHEY'S

,u enrollment In either our Atlatlnn or {electronic: Cuurscf Thnwrt's Gladys Harrington moved a Doris Moncrief, leader, an' Janet Rennolda Ella Johns. Pate Gas-
Atiderson" June Caldwell Joan sett, E. E. Canova Charles Hardy Chocolate Syrup 1 gal. 1.05 ROYAL TEI
> can be taken under the O. I. Bill of Kluhtn." For five room house all the way from
T Carpenter, Alma Thomas Dot and Miss Irma Galney.
: 'It'/I il'1 I information we It. II. Browning, Director, N. Cherry over to N. Water,
Circle No. 2
Patel, Jackie Strickland an'
I' '.I F" l across last Monday from .the. Not Prather a bad home Idea,, ,gy Tilley really go thru some Peg- Mrs. W. L. Andrews, Leader: Argo Starch 12 pkg. I lie I Toilet Tissue

FLORIDA AVIATION ACADEMY: at that Saves a lot of packing fancy capers and were in top Caught Nat Sternberg on the oz. -

&h"I KEYSTONE. AIRPARK.. and stuff form, ... Hear In Lake that George Butler Kopelousos last week run here Tuesday and he tells 3 for f 25c

I,", Spotted an'-Jotted- : Darlene celebrated his eighth year in the me that Ben (Lt. Col.) Is now Mazola Salad Oil
\ pint 43c
an in military tacticsat -
restaurant business in
Crosby replacing Thelma Barton Starkeon ,
at Carpenter's soda fountain September 18 congratulations West Point Hear that
SPECIAL!! For 2ik !!1 while the latter goes back to Surely will miss Mrs': Loma Bonham (Mrs. W. A.) was

.rift' school Carl Wilson of Jacksonville R. E. Jones from Tyus' store day pleasantly last surprised when on her birth- Cheerios large pkg. - 16c
Sunday membersof
--new washman at Starke after Saturday Says she's ,
I the Presbyterian Adult Class
Laundry Pretty blonde Alta retiring from the business world
,. ,, N' (Smith) Brantley, secy for At- and settling down to housekeep presented her with a lovely rose- NUTLEY
,"!.t 1 l'.J W \' ..- torney Patten departing for ing Marian Hornaby will bud corsage To make the Jewel Shortening 4 lb. ctn.1.25
: [ day complete, there followed a ,
ffl" Jacksonville to seek a job take her place Oleomargarine
... Ruth Broadway struttln' (for was scrumptious birthday dinner in
; j''; No wonder Starke her honor at the .
It was a quiet manse
flyln') down
Call Street Sunday
h place Saturday night, -- Crestview
AI judging by doz.
evening with a attached Eggs 65c PoundArmour's
propeller Srenn ,
I'' the number of to be all for now -
:& I'j, .. :;J to her skull cap-newest CalUtreeters who So long See you in the next ,
> were seen at the Fla.-Mlaa. gameIn
Thing in millinery, she says .
', I I; jt"ft t. M." Gainesville Among those 31c
\ t > Gaines and Rubv Johns
IJ f y dlDCoverln' glimpsed were the C. A. Futches -Carolyn Pure Lard 3 Ib. 81c
: a
spring bubbling up ctn.
\ .
.il\.. 11 .' .".'.\ ., near their fish pond Red Freddie Wimberly, Vernonan' ,
I"A ......... an* Virginia Selly moving to Keystone Patsy Silcox, Buddy an' Lillian I
\, I.,.., where Red's employed with Bishop, Boss an' Elise Pass,
I 1: !t -, \ ".. ,.t, the REA Inman Green an' Melba String- I

< ., : /A ,Iti Poor Steve -UVklon- (Sr.) fellow Young; Edwin Maxie Green Carter an'an'Marty Lou I Gl onousChildhood IN OUR MARKET! Fresh Fruits & Vegetate! !

l Guess he's just not used to( driv- Edwards, Doris Moncrief an'George
i Guaranteed In' In the big city Last week, Flynn. Jr., the Tom Hard:
passln' thru Ocala he couldn't ings, Carl Knights T. K. Mc-
figure out why all the oncomingcars Clanes Garnita Hutto an' Joe I RED ROME BEAUTY
: J PERMANENT WAVES were driving In the middleof McDonald Bill Mundy, John an' FLORIDA POUND

11 the street and why they were Sara Torode, Bud an' Margaret Cooking Apples J 3 Ib s. 2 2x
: all giving him dirty looks Walker, Ed Torode, Glenn an' Fryers 65c ,
ii 1i Then all of a sudden it dawnedon Martha Wood Joe Moncrlpf
I Cold Waves, Machine Or 00 him that he was driving the Ralph Rhodes, Sonny Haynes,
t' wrong way on a one-way street! !Joe Evans, Dot an' Bill Powell SNOWBALL
t '; I, Machineleas Complete 5 Hear that even hitting a Steve Simmons, Frank Landrum. Super Right Heavy
black cow and smashing in the Ray an' Edna Stone, Junius Smith Cauliflower. head 2
I It! I With Haircut Shampoo front end of their car didn't an' George Bennett -
.J. I dampen the spirts of the football "" WESTERN BEEF .
IA >. t' .\ And Set party In E. W. Hayes' car, Hear that Charley; ; John. islookln' I
I'b; I' for a new steno now that
enroute to the football
{ '; r: J Oil Shampoo, Set, and Manicure-$1.75 4 last Lake week Butler. ,Thursday. Brother night Hayes of Jim secretary Ritch Hazel ran off Simmons with efficient and I I Chuck ROAST, lb. 69c Red lb. 2ft

stayed with the car while Townsend got married up In Folkston, Ga. Tokay Grapes 2
) There-1 only
tine to
i [ :' and Sandra Strickland Bobby last Saturday The newlywedsare them _
{ ; Ruby Johns Beauty Shop :' Moser and Mrs. Hayes found where livtn'Jim Is at the State Farm photograph they Mill are never Their grow Rib or Brisket Stew lb. 39c

another ride Did about, $300 tag plant managerat .
up.Hollywood MESH BVJ\
the IN
prison Glad to hear
i'.1' Phone 149 worth of damage to the car and

"t f,.'JIoiI'I',f .'! -----------_._ --,-,-.. few more votes for the no In along_the fine Alachua after County her operation Hospital, I Yellow Onions, 5 Ibs Zk

ana is expected home Saturday Western Pork Loin
Camera I Chops or
Edna Warner of Daytona
SAMPSON CARD TABLES Beach Is holding down her job & Gift ShopCall Roast End FANCY, FIRST OF THE SEASONGrapefruit
Cut Ib.
at Kite's electric until Mrs. Edwards I 57c
( Is up and around again Slr'etAt, Railroad
I6j'e ADVERTISED NATIONALLY AT $4.93! about a month from now 4 for I
Seems that congratulations are in Red Perch Fillets, lb. 29c ,
1'' ; ONLY order for ejc-Callstreeter Milton
i ,, t $3.95 -- SAVE $1.00! Brownlee who ..was elected a City LOUISIANA WASHED

II, Commissioner In the Gainesville HALF OR WHOLE

;:I fiiti'Ht thing t..ly from the Smoked Skinned Hams 67c Porto Rican Yams, 3 lbs &2

;; See Our Heater and Blanket Display occurred five years when and under Donna department Dee Fax pwaRSTARKE .

rtY ,' BUY WHILE WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK! on, very business like took her iiin.., PLAIN OR SELF RISING
toy e'ertrlc Iron Into Bob Kite's Mon., Oct. 3, 4 .
Lux Flakes lg. -

3 N .recently, After to Bob have worked the handle on it about fixed Abbott & Costello lona FLOUR, 5lbs. 31c I. ,

> 5-BURNER I fifteen minutes and returned It Meet FrankensteinThe Lifebuoy Soap, bar s

d'' IC to her the bright little red lady she reached in Wolf man, Loa Chancy, Drac- WHITE HOUSE ...

ii OIL RANGES $79.50FIVE _D I. a And penny Bob for to purse services keep and the rendered broughtout transI \I+o "ThU Ids. I.m4'rtca'Beta Lugo!a: News MILK, 3 tall cans 42c RINSO, lg. .

I action on a professional basis TWH., Oct d, ONLY
|made out a cash slip for her Ig.1 1
In Lux Toilet Soap
iI ) ,
q SE3it-LARGE COOKING BURNERS! _- duplicate, giving Donna Dee a i WHITE STALLIONWith PAGE

FAST COOKING! / his copy daily and receipts filing the. .original Now that in Short Subjects Eddl.on. &: New SALAD DRESSING pint 33c Swan Soap, reg. bar 1

y !I Very Economical To Operate! L/J[ the Milky Way has adopted a I ,
new policy of not opening until I WMl.. Thurs' Oct.<< 8. '7 33
vtl 11 am.. Art !Manas.sa Judge Per- DOUBLE FKATl'BE ANN PAGE Swan, lg. bar, 2 for

j Muhlhofer ryman. Bobby and other Barksdtile habitues, Wally wander STRANGE WOMAN MAYONNAISE pint 43c

2-Piece SERTA LIVING ROOM SUITS every along morning Call with about a 10 lost o'clock look Holy Lamar Geo. SandersAD Lux Toilet Soap, reg

The late opening hour has THE FUGITIVEHenry '
$147,95ASSORTED rr/npletely disrupted their 10
o'clock' pokes, coffee and pin ball fo iU.., Dlwre.. del| l fUa "

COLORS OF A HIGH GRADE TAPESTRY game Also latest_New I 8 O'Clock L

y!' SOFA :MAKES INTO DOUBLE BED 0.!..U and Emllrtt; : : Jeannette FrtM Sat.< Oct. 8. g ,
Klncai.l Is undergoing IXl'ni.K' FK.\TfRE'

tit' USE OUR BUDGET PLAN -- We Sell On Easy Terms! /come.operation. The year Richard'round Tampa Kidils residents this may week eyt'In be-at LITTLE Jo Ann IODINEWith :Marlowe Coffee, lb. ,40c / 1

Kingsley It they sell their'place AND 3lbs. 1.15 1

..I t IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT In town Robert Hargraveof Bury Me Not On The ., .
Brooker was one of three 1 SAVE! SAVE! SAVE!

Denmark Furniture Co.PHONE special In the Freshman Administrative orientation Assistants Lone Prairie up to 12e a 1b. CRt.
program Johnny Mark Brown OWNED AND BY THE
at U of F last week DNiwy Cartoon *: last ,, :-:,
151' Virginia Smith Is spending this liapter of i --.' TEA CO.
.. STARKE. FT.A.r. mid-week "Dick Tracy Return $ ATLANTIC & PACIFIC
i with Dolly Snyder u _ l""
(}olr.. Max) In Jacksonville ".=' 300-302 E. CALL ST. STARK&

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I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DuPre were Children's. jackets sweaters .:J I Promotion Party White. puny president A. D. Davis said TEACHERS: We now .h.v. I

lit in Jacksonville on business Wed- and corduroy overalls al Enjoying the affair with their "Dixie Darling Bread is a top' that hard-to-get practice paper I

TS of LOCAL NEWS]] nesday. STUMP'S.Mrs.: At Baptist church hosts were Bobby Ferguson of quality product. We'll put It up I for ntudrnU. rulwl and plain. In I

IT PAYS to TRADE with SLADE W. A. Stern returned last I The Sunday School teachersof Lawtey Billy Weldon Ann Cressler against any other bread sold. It 9 x 12: size', M crnt. per ream.-

84'tr;', Mrs. A. W. Anderson and son, |week from St. Louis Mo. where the Florence Brown Lucille Mc- has a tremendous policy accept- Bradford County: Telegraph.BACKACHE.,
' : Irs Foster Sbi Smith Mrs. S. T. Dell returned to her A. W. Jr., spent Sunday In Jack- she accompanied her daughter. the Baptist primary church departments a Rae Anne Johns Judy Green ance and 'continues to grow In ,

ltllak pent Saturday and home in Gainesville Monday and sonville as the /guests of Rev Louise to school there. While motion gave the pro- and Tom Smith of Starke. popularity." I I
n party closing Sunday
Mra.e her daughter. Mrs.
visiting H. E. Mur- and Mrs. W. J.
sranford in the North they attended the school afternoon This weekend Lovett's local
year Thursday ''P.r
P. dock and children to
) and Mra. W. the Miami after Mrs. Ray Billings and Miss Army Air Force Day at Scott of last week on the Church lawn. Lovett's Announces store Is having its annual Manager's -
spending past two
monthsat Winifred Field Rantoul. 111. on Sept. 13
their summer home Strum of Palatka were Fifty-three children representing Reduced Price Sale featuring special plat ee-t.Irase kelp Me --
nil Ingram spent Sun- on Kings- Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. and also visited with Mr. and nbe-asi...._ ONelna U1 IIlch&ao, elves *
1 rtionvllle rte visiting Mr. ley Lake. H. DuPre. Mra. F. M. Williams. Mr. Wil- almost a 100 percent attendance On Popular Bread prices on everyday Items of sta ..l.ad2.4sasad.......... IrrtlaW.sad. -svl.U.a _t.eg JrJee PS&, ae.a. -.. j

aidimlg Mill- and> """- Mrs. Darlene Crosby has recently Mrs. T. N. Kendrick spent the liams who Is known as "Buck"to parents and visitors joinedIn pie and fancy groceries and _....a_W a.a-Ual.-M Et a.1 sad "aBltditor

'Wallace returned from Pensacola early part of last week at the his many friends here. Is stationed the games and fun played on Loral housewives striving to I meats, as suggested to the company .....--.tI'7 :.-Qu-.-p-. a.llcoat b.awta.tw
Form to make her home with her aunt Atlanta General Hospital. Atlanta at Scott Field. the lawn. Delicious refreshment keep down living cost, learned w tllaa.l -.*gearpMe. r I
Maiden of ,by store managers. 4nuM tar CyM- .
I is a punch and cookies servedto
Mrs. Thelma
of figure." Dyal on W. Call Ga. where she underwent a Mrs. Ara Moltt who has been were some heartening news this week I
Street. routine checkup.Mr. visiting relatives In Jacksonvillefor I the guests by the Sunday when It ,was announced that Lov.ett's I

'JfsTUMPS.JMrs Mrs. Jeff Thornton of Balti and Mrs. D. A. Monteith two weeks, returned to her.i school teachers: Mrs W.R. Morse stores have made a drastic I 1 For
and Supt., Mrs. Maxie Mrs
H. C Wilson Md. Is her and Carter. cut in the DIXIE DARL-
more. visiting father son. Ralph of Eustis and home Saturday. price of
I R.
fjachsonvllle have taken' D. J. Phillips and slater, Miss Mr. and Mrs. Dave Harper of Eustis McKnight of Klngstree Shaw R. Mrs.Hutchlngs.James Mrs. Frazlei ING Family Style BREAD. The I OF'

lent at Mr Kinney' hazel Phillip for several weeks. Gainesville were, Sunday guests S. C. spent the weekend with Alleen Llnnin and Deaver.Mra. Eliza-Mrs retail price has been dropped to Venetian Blinds Quality.

street. Mr.. Wilson I Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis at- ''I of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham Mrs. McKnight and daughter beth Seymour. 10 cents and In many cases this

rry r Starke 'ended 'a birthday dinner at the Dr. and Mrs. C. C, Mendoza Delores. is 4 to S cent below the price At Reasonable Prices t
ed with the home of their son-in-law and I a.\j son, Clifford and daughter rr PAYS to TRADE w 1th SLADE of other first quality breads in

. daughter Mr and Mrs. H. O. Miss Gloria Johns, of Jackson Mr. and Mra. H. Clifton Brown Methodist Youth this, maiket. SEEM.D.GASSETT

W Mrs G. KJJennett: Davis Jr. in Gainesville Friday ville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. drove their daughter Marian Enjoy Party 1 This' action according: to the I

of JaoksonvlU evening. The occasion was1 Mrs. T. J.. Griffen on Sunday.? up to FSU Tallahassee on Mon- president of the company Is a

Kern of":'Mr.' and Davis' anniversary. Mr. and Mrs N. ,T Rltch,' Jr. day.Mrs. 'The Youth Fellowship class of part of the company policy to reduce i t rt; I H

+K rend guests Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong and daughter Diane. of Jack- Mae Jones and Will Dew- the First Methodist Church were food coats when and where

n Smith. returned Monday from a three sonville have been' spending: last ling of Jacksonville were guests entertained by Jimmy Weldon at possible. In order to help the consumer 300 yd. \beyond rattlegap on klke

tAl TRADE With SLADE months vacation In North Caro- week and this with Mr. Rltch's several days this week of Dr. the home of his parents on N. battle the high cost of living Butler highway

"if' Mrs L. S. Hutto andd Ilna.C.e mother Mrs. Carrie Darby Ritch. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. Walnut Street last Friday even- L'The STARKE FLA. II''

18911C ss their weekendhnny the double,blankets at Mrs. J. F. Williams at Wewa- Mrs. V. S. St. John and Mrs. Ing. Dixie Darling loaf Is still I
chitchka is visiting! her son-in-law Young left for Houston Texas tfI!
Ritter and Ken- STUMP'S.Mr. : Games were enjoyed on the the same as before with no reduction 14 Colors To Select From SpecialColor hl
and Dr. and Mrs. J. M. the of the week to I
.' and Mrs. J. B. daughter, early part .
and" Mr. Alexander large lawn and a prize won by In size. It la wrapped In To Match Any Room' Or e .
of Tampa Hembrce. Mrs. Hembre sister visit Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Young .
Hutto and Mrs. drove Mrs. W. B. Alexander and Florence Brown In a contest. sparkling cellophane, fresh baked Any Size Window 4
[Tinman Mrs. James L. and take little Sharon back to I
Wilma to Coopf'r'and daughter
daughter. the home
Jacksonville.d of and delivered daily to the local
{nmark of Mrs. C. fj. McCranle.in ,Jacksonville Linda of Gainesville\ were her mother Mrs. Young after Refreshments were nerved by ;
stores. FREE Estimates On Any Size Job
, Mrs, William fI., on Monday where also guests oft;tha liembreea. ,last, visiting her grandparents Mr. Mrs. Weldon.assisted by Jimmy l:
they were Miss Weldoh'; and Miss l '''In another atatenaent, the,*'c lent the weekend In visiting until Thursday. Mr. and Friday. ,' L and Mrs. St. John for several Mary Carol .w '_ _" .
mil L r. Ca visiting Mrs.. Mrs. J. B. Alexander attendedthe Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen spent months. - - - -W-- - - - L
other!, Mrs. E. J. Cra/v- Shell Oil meeting at the the early part of last week tourIng Rev. and Mrs. A. P. Chapman - - - - -. - -

Seminole Hotel while there the East Coast of Florida- of Moultrla.'! Ga. were the guests
01 I F-rgnion of Lawtey Mrs. Lillie S. Lewis of Apopka Mr. and Mrs. H. I* Brownlee of Mrs. J. H. Weeks at the SET YOUR BUDGET RIGHT AT Ir;

weekend guest of Jim Is visiting her son and family. returned Monday from a two Starke Hotel on Tuesday. r

Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis and week's trip to Washington. D.C. :llrs. Frank Pickard of Green I,

7 of Miss !Sara' Barefoot I children. and Baltimore Md. While In Cove Springs visited Mra. Mattle

,glad[ tt know she Is 1 Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Davis and Washington they visited their Gahagan and Mrs. Edward Burns 1 ti i
son-in-law and daughter Dr. and on Monday.
nIcely'after children
long ;*rv were Sunday dinner
Mrs. M. C. Stith and their Mrs. C. G. Barksdale and Mrs.
In Sha- daughter
g an operation I guests of. Mr. and Mrs Joe Ar-
ispital on Tuesday. 'nold. Miss' Mary Brownlee in Bal- Lulu Mott had as their guestsover 113 EAST STARKE. t LB
timore. the weekend their brothers,
1 New shipment ladies fall A K.;;: Thomas of Miami on Saturday -

Phone 52-i I dresses at STUMP'S.Mrs. : and Leon Thomas of Mel- CALL ST. STORES PLA. y

i t) OY DEE S, "ICE >< ;. I P. J. R. Kite and Mrs. R. I rose on. and Sunday.Mr. Mrs.. William Norris SUPER yr

FOllOW TM. fTOItlt Stubbing Jr. and daughter
Mary Rivers accompanied Mrs. returned Tuesday from H three

!0 Stubbins, Sr. to Tallahassee on weeks' trip to Chicago, Ill., Lan-

Wednesday. Mra. Stubbins Sr. sing Mich, New York and WashIngton 1

\\ry Branch of ,has been visiting here for several D. C. While in Chicago 1l l
weeks. While In Tallahassee Mrs they attended the Railroad Fair I
Kite visited and In New York were guestsof
INSURANCEC. her uncle and aunt -
Judge and Mrs Glenn Terrell and Lt. and Mrs. Paul Sieben. -. .- .... RED HANDLE. 5-STRINO P U E'I'I'ILlBB'"S
Mrs. Stubbins. Jr. visited her The Slebens spent several months FANCY .
with the Norlsses 1945 while APPLE JUICE i
parents. Judge and Mrs. Rivers S. In TOMATO J'J'E } ALL CORN PARLOUR ,
Buford. Lt. Sieben .was stationed at Camp t ( Bonu:
C.C WALL AGENCY Mrs. Raiford Brown 'of Plant Blending.Mrs.
I City spent last week with Mr. Marlon Faulk Is spendingtwo
and Mrs. Alton Dobbs weeks In New York City lOcBROOMS t - 79c lOc r i

PLEASB PHONE 146 Mr. and Mra. Leaton Morgan where she Is attending the Plastics ,

Exposition at the Grand Cen- iI
Jr. of Starke and Mr. and Mra. -
nelfe I
|Constant Service Over 50 YearsLASSIFIED- Lester A. Hall of Cltra spent tral Palace.Mr. ,

Sunday In Auburndale visiting and Mrs. William Norrisare I. r

Mrs. Melvin McKinney.Mr. spending this weekend in t
and Mrs. V. E. Howardare Ocala attending the third birth- Halves, No. 2/ Can I

I IT expecting their son-in-law day anniversary of Mrs. Norris' I 1

and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce ,granddaughter.. Jan Dodd. i
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle had
Mercer to arrive here weekend
I Ujjs i ir
2-room tjpntAlrfl apt. FOR RENT: Furnished houne at from Wewatchee. Wash.* Mr as their guests Wednesday even- 25c !ii

lint l t 'bath, Mmrk! 1:17:: N. Walnut Ht Itlitht I bath.KlnKMI..y Modern Lake conveniences 3 bedrooms Also and'and Mrs. Mercer have spent' the Ing, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dial-*'of : i ,

Bleeping room with running WII- past 10 months Wewatchee Albany Ga.
red male I'how. about t..rIr.: .. J. :II. Mitchell 802 W. Star Brand dress' & work
I Id HIM..p..r.. .-lant. Thurn.Ihdmi.nd Madlnon Ht., Btarke. and report having to drive liome!
fe Tenly.! f. Orange "" lip through snow la Oregon. '' shoes for men at STUMP'S.:' : I ,

rite J Itp FARM In Cultivation FOR SALK; good:: 41 dark ai-ren: ;,-.doll 25 Mr., and Mrs. James Deaver Mrs. Blanche Wainwright and KEG, FRESH, CRISP ...' 16 OUNCE JAR Ii'OAKEN

|KMsHKll:- COTTAOE will grow anything Variety of are moving out' to the Nasworthy daughter Martha Sue of Tallahassee ;
tar ,uuple. Can. stove frulta and p<*uanx, enough. for cottage Lake this were weekend of 4
on Kingsley guests
d.t mil hot water hea-
W .' MadlHon & Water Mineral family UBC dcpimlt boil range forelock, Saturday. Mr. Deaver started Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright.
on land flood : ''r
I I'h .i2t_ .t I -room dnolllng. and other outbuildings classes at the University of Flor- Mra. H. H. McConnell and son, SWEET PICKLE RINGS 12kMAXWELL ;
1000-lb. work
>M .\ATINO of all kind. all t..m'nlImpl..m..ntll.' mare Will anal Hell ida last Monday. Temmy of Florence S. C. have, I
ng dump trucking" fill .
i'umt' pulling grading' of n-HHoimblv Terms or each J. H. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Spaldingand been visiting Mrs. McConnell's
V. Rra-irinablH. prl<'.... Carl Auntln, Lawtey s-24 2tp Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stalppof mother Mrs. Nelma Keen the

I nIt' 100. box 105.. 2 mlpi FOR SALK, One 700 lb. home caddie Baltimore Md. are occupyingthe past two weeks.
K.vo'nn" 1 8I3i
< RnH< 4tp10- bridle,
light wagon good Mr. and Mrs. W.
cat plowB. Mitchell cottage at Kingsley G. Godwin

r.,I )amr, :Naxh::New: iond net of motor road place: M. ll.1'o$tarke.Nauman'cold lip Lake ths :week. of Gainesville were Wednesday HOUSE POUND PACKAGE ':

Hr'jriifnr, 6 o'clock. D.rti FUn HALE : Dr. and Mrs. Lemuel Colson guests of Mrs. Godwin's mother :
: one
maple bedroom
. 414 Mouth Ht, Stark suite: one :2-pc. mahogany' had as their guests the early Mrs. Bertha Pearce. ,
.Itp finish living room Hulte. "an l.emen part of the week Mr. and Mrs. Everett McKinney of Tallahassee i
at H. H. Alvarez I A Hon Storage COFFEE r
Rnl'NI -
I Umorj D :Monday& SQUARE Oct. :4.In R A Warfhouite. Write, Box 775 Albert T. Williams of Cleveland. spent the weekend with his 47c le 4
Npcrmored by Bradford or phone 0105. It Ohio who are enroute to St. parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mc .
''" .Miinnyrlx. Club. Munlc LOH'I'-riabv'. high chair beet Saturday Petersburg where they intend to Kinney. #
"I"rrlmar" $1 I... : / .
per coup
pc Jtp\ between Temple Ave and make their home. Mrs. W. F. Barefoot and Mrs.
Klnvxlev Village If
Miss Claire Klckllter Violet Shaw of Sanderson .
Dorothy were
!F.' large"( wood range with Inquire thin newapaper office "
WIT >'il 1. ijnnd condition. .Itp ,was called home from Newnan, guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. McGRATH'S CHAMPION I
I BIG 23
hark. Mn MO: wood heatvr.It FOIL SI.Ka. : .bedroom hou.e, PHA Ga. where she had been visiting Barefoot on Tuesday.
flnanrod. R (I. Kldd 715 W. Mad. her brother-in-law and sister Mr Dr. A. Y. Covington and W. W
'UM'l. ,\-' : Well. Icon St. It and Mrs. A. W. Hendricks to Thurman attended the Army Reserve 1 1I 1t
nt Int on Klng.IHh. I
'" r" fir. J. A. le- FOIl SALE:: I Farqiiehar Suravor accept a promotion of her position Contact Camp at the Jack PORK & BEANS 12c
with 50 gal tank and ,
40 T.u 14cyclemotor
\ St. CalnpBVllleiR tf new Contact H B. Alvarez at the Navel base at Green sonville Naval Air Station Satur- -
State Farmers :Market It Cove Springs.Rev. day and Sunday. t

MATTRESSES FOR-RENT-;-- Furnished;:- 4-room I. and Mrs. J. W. Kaufman Mrs. A. A. Durden and Mrs 1

|OFLL KINDS St.house gay Move 301 S.; Water Guy Andrews and C. M. Turney Mary Geiger are spending this 1':1''I':I
RENOVVTEDfMPHOLSTERED up attended a meeting of the North week at Jacksonville Beach vis- 'i Ii

REFINED: LADV desires. work: Florida Presbyterlal at Weirs- iting Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Dur MAINE OIL ONE-QUARTER POUND CANS :i
housework or companion for elderly dale Thursday of last week.% den and family.
ouplo. fontart
Ed May. l '
| lien Del, Lawtey. Fin.. lip mnnu_ .

and rebuilt machlnea. for Immediate 1 0
di-llverv. Alxo Intttonbnlemakers c .I
at ,o 7S U O. Hemingway All Wool : .
HRSITl'RE 224 S. Thompson St. Zip 10-8 r r 4

i 'OK SALE: (mood uxed fuel oil I I .. t
>ND ,:'A heater: :2 single/ bed.prine. andmttrecce I i
RFF1MSHEDr .,, typewriter deck. and I
[Drop \' Card wlvel chair. and I walnut dr..1. i GAUZE 3 FOR k ;
: er. Phone 157. Up!: 'I
INGy i \TTRESS CO. I I CoatSweaters
t10 Palatka, FU. WANTED TO III'V: l'.ed IYP"Wrlt.l' LWiIIil
er, good working condition.' Writ I II TISSUE :
I Box 59, Lake fuller Fla. lip I I9c :

FOR SALE Foil SALE: New home on Silver!
, Lake near Keyntonw Height JUICY CLUB OR LOIN
IV Electric HghtN and other
.BEDROOM convenlencen. -
Unlit .f Starke rulclenC. !Pee :M H Judd cor. LaFayette
Chap for !t half'cak.Just Cm" & Adam. St., Slarke, Fla FLORIDA PER DOZEN STEAKS lb. '
"ANT' ,mdonrrete( .Block tf - 39c

C'-V-iI half price glani I ln ,'S.- ....., FOR SALE: <1 E. Automatic Toanter "
-like new. Living room felt rug '* PINK ORANGES 15c
LIME floral d..I..n.OIl circulating heatreanonahlr. q
"rn"nt. aiaxs Block. .
'nI.'! 'onrr.te pipe. "I'. good a n..w. Priced very I
Hot,, Stepping Inquire ChMdre Rib Brisket Ib.
PlerMortar" MIX Johnny BLACK or 29c
naive-. >.. Carpenter' Drug Store.Itp '
:u f hauling. Pin dirt (orntJn ..
I : (Clean neat white ladv
toTS r rlty limit. ot to live with mlddleaged couple [' GREEN- CALIFORNIA, HARD HEADS EACH r rI
ground, 1200 at Klngxley Lake a. companion
L 'O P'r up. and assistant' Board and alarv.
I ''", 'type mo.>t building con- Writ.' .: X care Bo. 411. BLUE a ROAST Ib. -"-* 39c
Starke A I will come nee you.Itp j LETTUCE lOc ,
| .IS"II nalvanlied Pipe.SI'1 J -

r M t",. 'Z L't Hit In''"''.' 'rFANCY
new xacrlflce'
drlv account
I v I r wln"h. dump of tltn..... Applv N. f>. I I
gab Wainwright, Jr., Starke, Fla. liP 3.98Friday
e. .:d."I.I"tRI"IO...... : Ph.a.co.84 SWEETPOTATOES :3 POUNDS WEINERS I
FOR KENT: 3-rnom and bath apt.electrically .1 lb.---39c
I and gee equipped ,
.. ..
LL lOUR completely furnished and r..j. I Icorated -- -------- ---- ---
TIMBER Phone 117. 23c.
- -

Cash NUR'eat FOR SALE: 5-rnom houx* with bath & Saturday Only! I k'
Prices Paid hot and cold running water.. 3acrew Sliced: Bacon Ib. '
nt land. New. fence, juCnut 1. 49c ,
1.1. nry IS Hn S1" mllex on Kevxtonwroad Ladies Hose ; : .
BULK 98c
OR IX UNIT Carpenter'a Inniilr Drug Johnny Store.(Children Itp I ---- GREEN PER POUND ,

DWiv FARM: FOR""iF: :: 40 acrea, located; (IRREGULARS) : Smoked
; Bacon Ib. i
PECK bout 4 mile pact of tjtwtev PEANUTS 15c 49c
P. npr.R.iMM Approximately hal, - - - ,
O. Box under cultivation flood houe, __ n..r __ ...... ... ..... __ ... ... .. ,
Gainesville, F46IB.. garage. burn chicken and brood ,
.r houae. lghtu, and running wa
ter. Dozen pecan I'...... fieverar 3'' J
tae') a D tcard and I pear tree. splendid for *trawberrlex Smoked Sausage Ib.
I ill come see you. hog, truck raining gardening Only $8.000.rhlckCnand Waa i ROBBINS' i : DRIED CALIFORNIA BLACK EYE PER POUND -' 29c '

formerly known a* Joe Peel '
JlCE-1 Place. Now. owned. by W. F. Cooler
'I''Obl1., r/auaeiityLl living at Ktngi-ley Lake, north PEAS------ 121h
Ix;' :A "Id*, near Camp Blandlng. inquire The Store Of Values : : SHRIMP Ib.
Oro.veyI I
beWalnwrIeht there at Townaend - 33c
? at25? Htor. or writ. owner dark n -
354. Fla. It I e
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<'K OF" KI.KCTIOMTo Member 7. 1948.UF'I"ICIAL named Court and cause. whereinplaintiff 8830. H. ..O.. Brown Slarkei Florldail his ''SsssU 1 1i. ;
t Thursday. I >OTI Sheriff of ITadford County ( fcEAt.) A.I.: Thomas,' seeks divorce Bradford ORDER OF Pt'RLI'TIO'll, Atty. for Plf- IT d dIV i. Order /
th" lt "t(
shall tO PPK -
.. of Florida:: As Clerk of said Court County Telegraph Witness t0yt
Sunday of th 8tat I>. C. thin order In next four weekly STATE OF FLORIDA to: HRAIJ..ORD. le
,.tli Bryan Whltfleld spent that I R. A GRAY Hy Haven Crosby 'IIt..TIT COt RT. ..
+ Be It of# Starke, Florida. ,' Issues. :Marvin Jones, whose" residence Is: ls4t Flords end
Farm and Mrs. Milo Seigler R.. rn.gf"nt t t 01 th State; ( T Frank Landrum seal ('O'IITt'. FLORIDA 1N CHAS. .. 0111"11at
with Mr. cr North 'bl'
do hereby Klv. notice that Attys. for Fit. 9-10 4t 10.1 Witness mv hand and official c/o| Ilarrell Store Kerr ('ER V.James, :OFFICIAL
;; 'J'' in Tallahassee. Florida at Starke Florida this September Carolina: Frank McKelvey. "
: i Mrs. Bryan Whittle ELECTION IX (inCl'IT: fOtHT. BRADFORD 15 1949.OFFICIAL. You are required to appear on Alleen Plaintiff. Clerk r AL A.A" .
By Moster .
i;j Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace were Will I b. held In Bradford County I 01'MTV. FLORI1).tY (''IAN- ( SEAL. ) A. J. Thomas., October 18, 1948 In the abovena."d fendant .......elo.. 8S3J I\I..Kelvey.: r) T Dy Frank Haven. rrop [D)' r ltk
)1. e visitors of relatives In Jackson Htate of .Florida on Tuesday next t'RIt Y.Ilarryette. A. Clerk of said Court. Court and cause, whereinplaintiff ORDER OF HLICATIOV Atty.. Land"Yi'n'
Plhlntlff.vs Bradford for 81jrp.
Danny llwyn D. C. seeks divorce Pit
In Hv Haven Crosby
first Monday I AM MOTICR'] TO "
: vine last weekend. Their visit nuoccvdlngthe' A. D. 1948 the laid. lionald Uwyn, Defendant. Case John J. Henderson. Esf|., St. Aug. County Telegraph! shall publishthis STATE OF FLORIDA APPEAR to '.,; It",
>Meting: occasioned by r ert..ln ; No 6S11.OIII ustlne, Florida. Order In next four weekly .:
time was Moslor McKelvey. TEACHERS
that Alleen whose
entertained at 'rueedev res.ldem
Mrs. H. 'oV 10-8 ,
9-17 4t :
K NOVEMBER )KIl OK HLICATIONAM Attys. for Plf. tltKUeH. \\e
DAY < and address In unknown
H. Dunn : e ; that
of Mrs. J. official seal no"
I. the Stale Farm Bridge Club at the arrival For Eight (8) Presidential }'-Ieotor. U NOIKK TO APPKAH Witness my hand and You are required to appear onOctob..r hard-to-gpt II.
her home last Thursday after of Paducah Ky. who will be ... STATE OF FLORIDA to: IM CIIICIIT (Ot'IIT nntDFOKM at Starke. Florida, this September 18. 1948. In the abovenamed for students, rul"l1 PI'1ll'Ul'@
> I Oovernor of the State of whose residence. Is COI"M-l, Ff.OIIIIItl 1% IH4.MKHV. 15 IMSOFFICIAL and
here with Mr. and Mrs Wallacefor Fur Donald Owyn ( SEAL) A. J. Thoma., Court anil rails wherein 9 x 12 alze. M list
; Early Fall flowers were (
y i noon. FlorJcJa unknown: plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford cents
arranged throughout an Indefinite length of time. i For Secretary of State of the You are required to appear on Vara "1. Jones, Plaintiff v... Mar As Clerk of said Court. County Telegraph shall publish Bradford ('ollnly POOr "'-
fl attractively C.
( ,
/ State of Florida. October 18. I94D, In the above vin Junes, Uefendane. Case No. By Haven Crosby D. Tpl.rIpb,
:': the rooms of the lower floor. Pete Sapp of New River spent' For Attorney General) of the State

''l. Prior to the progressions pie ala Wednesday night with Spencer I of Peru Comptroller of the State of

"t''' mode was nerved. At this!' Crews. Florida..
'i;t; meeting Mrs. R. P. Stubbing, Following: hospitalization In Far Treasurer of the State of '

J as holder of high score, received Jacksonville until she was three Florldn.For Superintendent. of Public In-' 1...

I'.f an after dinner coffee cup and weeks old. little Margaret Elaine Uutlmi For Commissioner of the Slate of Agriculture of Florida \ !

: r f Mrs. L. F. Chapman received Nix has been at home with her of the Slate of Florida. "BARCpIH -.
r S the second high prize of tea parents. Dr. and Mrs. D. L Nix For Four Court(4)of JuHtlce the State of of the Flltr-Supreme 7

J towels. Mrs. Tom Conners won since Friday of last week Idn, iroup l-Z-3-4. -
11.4. a tea towel In bingo. To tireI'J' Mrs. James H. Rusk and their t'tllitlna Fur One.CommlnHloner(11)I Railroad of and the Public Stateof 1t

guest player, Mrs Graham Putt children. Roberta and Jimmie.'Jr. Florida.n..pr..Mentl\lv. of the Second

man, Mrs. Richarde presenteda ., of Miami have been guestsof ConKreHMlonal For DKtrlet of the tate
Mr. and Mrs J. A. Bouvier of Flurlda In the EIghtyFir.tCungreat -
i a handkerchief of the United States.'
this past week while Mr. Rusk For Twu Circuit JudK/ *. Oroup
; '
j ]: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gooden of has been In Jacksonville on bus- 1-2, E 1bro Judicial. Circuit: of the

1, 1\\,'*' Tampa were overnight guests ofMr. Incas for Pan-American Airlines 4tat.For One !State! Attorney KliththTutllilnl
and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell Before her marriage Mrs. Rusk ,. Circuit of the State ofFlorida. .

IN JI, 'f 1 1,., '" was Jean Bouvier and lived here r-a State. Senator for FifteenthSenaterlal -u- A
: I with her grandparents. Mr. and District of the Stale ofFlurhl.
qt" ...
Bouvier and their visitors house
Mrs. For One Member: of the
spent Sunday In Mcintosh with of lli'prexentatlve of the State. of
: McRae and .'Iorl"...
If u'd 1 ,tr. and Mrs. For County Judge.
I family.Mr.. For Sheriff.

I t ALL KINDS and Mrs.!' M. K. Griner Fur For Clerk County of Assessor the Circuit of Taxon.Court. They Know Your Favorites-

If FRESH FISH DAILY visited Mr. and Mrs Martin Retail For Tax f'olluctor.Superintendent! of
For County

'I j r I In. Palatka Saturday and Putillr For County Inntructlon.Surveyor.For Throughout the year they note the items you buy-

i I :, SHRIMP & OYSTERS Sunday.Mrs. Three Membori Hoard of the values prefer-the bargains for which you
;' J. and Mr. and County CommlxHlonerH. IIIMt.l 1-3-6. you
t: Nix and their son, For Three Members: of the CountyBoard look and now, in appreciation of your patronage,
j' ---- Mrs. J. R. Inntriiotlon. Diets
of Public
the money-saving values they know you e4
: r We guarantee all tickle, of Commerce. Oa. were 2.45 j they present
'r <
and Mrs. D. L. i Fur Rupervlxor of want so you can stock your pantry to over-loading.
of and
1, f I; We sell to be fresh guests For Justice of the Peace In
Nix from Friday until Monday, for l the following Justice DUtrlctH,
At Store
; Via: :10 1 Ask
'. ---- Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North For Constable In .and for the following -
,,' (I' 'I the Justice UlxtrlctH, via: No.1. i
and their son. Whereof, have For Our Special4Page
r'MAGNOLIA In Testimony
(4" tl ; I weekend .with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. hereunto; ; Met mv hand and I.affixed.

.I :t "Ii'%' FISH MARKET Warren at Jacksonville Beach. Ida the,Uront at Tallahassee Seal! of the, State the of Capital Flor., Color D Prices Good Thru Saturday October *>

,14'11. ": Mr. and Mra. J. W. Bitch and I thin the Thirty-tint day of August Quantity Rights Reserved
1 l I I I" $f. Under New Ownership! young Franklin Simmons are at< I A I,. 1948. FL A GRAY Factory Pack Price List a
& home to their friends at their I Secretary of mate: ilH 101O iaI: "GI.'Jilimul!' II : !lliJ---'; I \\1W< : LACY SILCOX Before their 'To I! m. A O. Andreu, Sheriff Ilrad-
!I State Farm home. 8-3 9t 10-28
= ford Count
marriage Mrs. Ritch was Mrs
If' -- Hazel Simmons of Starke. Congratulations iv niKiir COIIIT.- niiti>FOHn Sugar Dixie NEW LOW 0fl
0\1'1'-\ "'I.URIJA. 1'\1\l CH\- t
: 1KH1I [Darling PRICE!I Loaf 11POTATOES

ii. .! Ready Mix Concrete Mr. and E.Mrs.O. Hermon Deitrlch Simmons and- Sarah Arthur Margaret W.. Elliot Elliot, Plaintiff, Defendant vs. Family
d Cass No 8822.
And A Full Line Of
f't 'n //.J',. t t'f Misses Carlotta and Noretta oitnnn, op rtTRT.I"ATIO-l:
to their
I Deitrich returned 8 T A T K OF FI-.ORIUV tnRnmh :
Tampa Saturday following ,a ,. Mnrgaret: Klllot whose reeldence 5Lb537c
\ ....... ,iy I and addreii I In': OverhroolciHpltiil. I
', i two days'!' visit with Mr. ad Mrs. ... HHHex County Cedar ,
'I .... ___ J. R.: Parker. (!rp.. New Jersey: !
...'. i! Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Parker and You are required to appear. on
j In the above
.' .. ("ktber II 194R.
4 p Mrs. I their daughter. Clarissa and named' Court' and cause, wherein I
Andrea, were dinner guests of Plaintiff.: geek divorce. Pradford thlnl I
n C t,1 County Telegraph shall publish
U. S. No One White Cobblers
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons in Order In. next four weekly lntuieNItnHHx

II ;..J J'it it I Gainesville Saturday evening. nl Slurk my 1 ;tl.n'\hl\ offlrlalneiil September

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bitch of,' 7. t 4HOFKIClAfj .

: Klnjrsley Lake were dinner guestsof (\n Clerk. of JoII said AT. .)Court A. JH Thomas, SUPER FEATURE 10 lbs 43cf.r

f new life Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Richardeat Hv llnven Crnsby D. c'. .
Stnrk Florldti
t T Fiiink r.Bmlrum.
,! \'\fl; ;! to 1001 things noon. W. N. North and Blllv Sties for a Plf 9-10 4t 10-1 '

't J,'" North spent' last Thursday with If" 1'ltt1'IT 'ol'n'r, nil \i>F >ntioin. Octagon Soap 'Giant Ck 8' IDAHO RUSS POTATOES..5 Ibs. 33c

J: ".. : .! with Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Davis!', Jr. <'" KI.OIIII i\ 1'IIIY- GREEN CABBAGE .. .. lb. 06c
( Kit: 1 1Oenrun ?
,!. "I.J ,'
In Gainesville S. O'Krlen. ,Plaintiff, vii SWEET POTATOES .............3 Ibs. 25c7
; '
: )!:': jit SHItRWIN WfLtMMSENAMELOID No tiilln AI7OltMRR A. O'Krlen Defendant Case Lava Soap Med Cake 9%' YELLOW ONIONS 3 Ibs. loc J

; % AUTOMOBILE: NOTICE rap !PITTILirATlOVAVn TO APPEARS : CRISP LETTUCE .-. .N..:: lb. 13c 4' 1 tom'' '

'ti .l UABIL.ITV INSURANCE TAT R OF FLORIDA.> tolulla :. LARGE CELERY .....................2 st. 25c
A. O'Brien whose residence

: tF :
_"- Dries auicklylMra much safer to carry Liability You. are reonlred to appear onr APPLES RUTABAGAS APPLES
'Jt .. above
,t t old rtoh r It, 1"MH In the
'; beaouAilJlANNIS Insurance. I reprewnt only named Court and cause, wherein
line reliable stock companies.Your Plaintiff fieek illvorre. Pradford C Eastern Delicious Canadian S. '
"l ; will be County Telegraph shall pnbllnh thin Camay Soap RegCako 9
buHlnefM appreci
t. fd'; order In next four weekly tHuen. 3u. : 25c
hnnil and officialseal
: l BUILDING SUPPLIES Inc. ated. .Wltnsss at Starhe my Florida, this. Hep- 2 U, 25c Lb 5c
4 129 W. Call Street I"nh..r 4 I94flrOFFICIAIj .
\ 1036-1048 W. Main St.. So. J. Thomas
Bradford Co. Telegraph Powd'rSwiit
Perk LgBox33e
'I Opposite \N Clerk of paid Court
r; i GAINESVILLE Phone 151 Ely 1111".n (Crosby n C.A .
J. Thomwu. Jr.. Stnrko. Florida
I'j t } honw 217-218 1'O Box 62 N. D. Wainwricht.: Jr. ""Y". 'for Plf 9.10 4t 10-1 25c

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"'1111.m Gordon Oullediri. Jr., | Crisco397Tomatoes
( hone restdseee last known leGeorgetown 29
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s i Now on display at our store You are required to anpear on .
; 4X TERMS TO SUIT ''wtober 11. 194K In the .aboveonmed Land O' SunshineFlour
f Court and. cause, whereinPlaintiff LIBBY'SVeal /
seeks divorce T'rndfnrd'nnnty -
: X14 f. ', ALSO USED BICYCLES AND Telegraph shall. publish" thin. !
Order In nest four weekly loanedVltn
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I t .! 'I enl at Stnrfc-. Florida this. Sep. I I No 2 Can 11(5'251s9 (
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address U: olo u, Smith, 135t
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You are required to appear on FEATUPf Large
October 11. 19H. In the above SUPER: _
II IIIFIT named Court and cause. wherein
'liilntlff reek divorce. Tradford'minty
Telegraph, aha II publish thl.Or.l..r Meat4'5 9Yzc
I In next four weekly. |MMI..... SWIFT'S PREMIUM
Witness| my hand. and official LEGS Lb 69c
eal at Starke, Florida. this Sep. Uncle Ben's

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k ENJOY FoodLAMB CHOPS (Rib) Lb 79c

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COVERS Grade A Dressed <& Drawn Average 59 Smoked Poultry 69<
Oscar Mayer Quick Frozen '! BAKING HENS

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rids of fabric Lb 59:
your slipcovers! and draperies DUCKLINGS

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St. Mark's EpiscopalRev School Board Gets

lurch News "Out for t METHODIST CHURCH Lake Geneva Long Distance HARDWARE
BE. Simmons B.D. Vicar Services every Saturday night, a BUILDERS'
la the slogan Friday Oct. 1 8:00: p.m., Epis- Sunday morning and Sunday night, Teacher ApplicationThe Framing
Church List Church copal' Radio Hour, "Oreat Scenes 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., at Con- By Blanche Cunningham Flooring Siding -
list tor will bring from Great Plays", radio station gregational Methodist Church on now Florida school law, Saab Door Asbestos

L Oct. 3, will be World- theme "Other WRUF. This week's presentationIs Brownlee Road. Rev. J. W. Griffis Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. For- making the teaching professionmuch 1 Shingle *: Siding (Asphalt

communion V. Dav when of the Old "Cyrano de Bergerac". Pastor. sythe and daughter, Carolyn ofConnelsvtlle. more attractive from a Shingle Steel c--atll< 'I
Sunday Oct. 3, 10 a.m. Church
8 around the World will this Sunday School. Nursery kindergarten I-a. are spending monetary standpoint Is workinglike C Brick Sand-- Jr v l-Cement .
Sacrifice of their vacation Mr. For-
the i visiting
mbertng will be I and primary departments 1the a charm, but the Bradford Hooflas j
time svthe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Metal Composition
II remembering suflumanlty with the Service Center. Junior-Intermediate Hampton I Ray Forsythe, and Mrs. For- I Isythe'a County Board of Public Instruction Moulding Screen Wire r .I''
department In the church. does not know If It account .
dinance of 11 a.m. Holy Communion service By 1\1.... M. C. Sweeney sister Mrs. Elmer For- for a "long distance" application Sh..rwlnWWIanMAINTS
offer- I ythe, and family Mr. Forsythe -
Communion bringing the and from
special sermon. \M employed flagman on the received here this week .-
In the!
She 11 o'clock will for worship to a Monday. Oct. 4. 10:30: a.m. Consecration LaJIrs Council shower: .1 Baltimore &: Ohio Railroad His Albert Dubart 146 Rue C. Mour>. [ Paint Your House B FAIRBANKSMORSEHOME
t Church go will be Service for the Rt. Rev. Dour, Belgium. WATER SYSTEMS
given father is
employed aa Month
Q. passenger The
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Pay By
i relief the direction Edward Hamilton West as Bishop conductor on the same railroad Under date or'August 12 Mr. w
Lnday School which has Coadjutor of Florida In St. John's P. Wadsworth was the scene"of
and the !and at present Is here on sick Dubart wrote the local board:
ompletelY departmental. Church Jacksonville. an enjoyable meeting last Wed- leave. I I know that
Mona Canova "I beg to let you SUPPLIESPhone
th a class for each age mond. 7:30: p.m. Woman's Auxiliary nesday afternoon, Sept. 22 when Mrs. Ida Gentry and daughter, ', I should like very much to teachIn STARKE BUILDERS
t the Children's division, meeting In Service Center. Mrs. Wadsworth entertained the Lillian, spent Sunday In Jack an American school I have 43 Across From S. A. L. Depot DeUvery Service
Lt t at 9.15; a.m. Sunday : Ladles Council monthly group. sonvllle as guests of Mr. and been In correspondence with the
)IYF meets at 6:30: p.m. message by 3 I At The TabernacleWeekend The topic discussed was "Ood Mrs. W. O. Watkins. Department of Education Tal- I B B BBBII Bi mBH BFF g E jjij
regular evening service "Born of the Speaks through Literature" and Miss Aline Wagner, senior at lahassee, and I understand thata I'I i
o'clock. Rev. on the means services at the Tabernacle the devotionals were led by Mrs. the P. K. Yonge School In Gainesville foreigner can be qualified to
,In at 7:30: the were very helpful as the Nita Johnson after a brief bus-
at her home
spent Sunday
teach In school. My mother !
Wilson, Pastor of the Music during Sponsor of the work brought a mess period the social hour followed here with her parents, Mr. and language your Is French and I think ANNOUNCING OPENING
Methodist Church will will be led by a stirring message Friday evenIng during which a lovely Mrs. L. N. Wagner. I am qualified to teach that I ,j!,
preacher while the duo of Mrs. on the subjet of: "Possession Rift shower was presented Mrs. Mrs. James Hayes and children to English-speaking pu It
guest as the request Position Personality, and Part her guests language .
Wadsworth served
of Palatka
preaching at the Lawteyt and choruses nership of the Christian", and 'delectable sandwiches, fruit date some time with Mrs.are Hayes' par pils.The DuI I;I Due to Feed Shortage and many ,IrI:I I
to Mr.
t Church. ites to mind. Sunday the messages were on bread, and Tropical Nectar. Those ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Wagner Board replied
Sunday : "Salvation". from Starke attending were Mrs. Starke. callers this week were bart explaining that French is I I requests from our old customers, t
Church Saturday night the Youth Dodd wife of the Pastor not taught In BHS and recommending i :I Ii
kyterian with the Fred S. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Forsythe :Mr. '
classes and Meeting will center around famous of the Christian Church. Mrs. and Mrs. Charles Forsythe and that he place applicationwith i we will open our Curing Plant ;
/Tpn Kaufman Minister teachers with personalities of the Bible Llnnle Seley, Mrs. J. C. Wynn daughter, Mrs. Arnold Carlaon, the Teacher Placement Bur-
d Wide Communion Day I classes for all ,and outstanding events In 'their and son, Keith and Mrs. J. L and Mrs. Blanche Cunningham. eau, operated by the State De-
observed on Sunday Oc- lives.Mr. Anderson and little grandson. Mrs. T. M. Finley and daughter, partment of Education In Gaines
I 1st
|rd. The morning service :with Training Mrs. : and Mrs. Stelnhagan were Mike. Martha; Sue, attended the Bradford ville. OCTOBER t ,.T
n at eleven. We invite welcomed/ back Into the congregation County Singing Convention '1,
who have no Union Sunday evening after several The W. M. U. enjoyed the
I1stl4ns. Sunday Sept. 26, at Beulah
fin Stal ke, to join us In opening period.Pastor"t months spent in the north. week of Prayer Service, witha Baptist Church.
whip of worship and re- Mid-week On October 3rd. Rev. Cecil State Mission Program, at the Ii
fthe gracious benlflts of at 7:30: with Underwood of the Pen lei Baptist Baptist Church on Thursday af- '. i i2c
'1 Supper. Pastor, annual Church, Palatka will occupy the ternoon, September 23rd. Special Reduced Price:
School 8:45: am. "The of the church pulpit. There will be special cornet The Hampton Training Union Lawtey
y the Annual and orchestral will meet at the Methodist Church ':
music .
thing In life is Per P d'
portent .. 0 un
God and to obey HisIs A cordial each Sunday evening from 6:30: Br. I..H. r1S .
to all to wor ST. EDWARD'SCATHOLIC to 7:30: p.m., with C. L. Mayas
fact should ,lead us of the CHURCH Director. Mrs. Dorothy Eiland FAREWELL PARTY IIJ
[the study of the Bible. and to go Sunday Mass 10 a.m. and Miss Harvene Watterson are Mrs. L. H. Futch entertainer! I J
ftbe Children to SundayDay October." Sunday School 11 a.m. the assistant teachers. All young last Friday evening honoringMiss 1 p I

Week Day Mass 8:30: a.m. people cordial of welcome the Community to attend these havea Marguerite Wainwright who Either Sugar Cure Or Plain Salt Cure A
for Sunday School Church -Father John O'Dowd. Pastor left Monday for FSU In Tallahassee. -

{ureh, Sunday October 10th.attend services. Games and contests were Same Competent Operators We Have I
Bible School Robert Cox son enjoyed] and Mrs. Futch was
Church CHURCH10th Mrs. G. C. Cox, was honored last assisted In serving refreshmentsof I
r: Father In Heaven, I St. and Temple Ave. Wednesday, Sept 22 with an Informal punch and cookies by Mrs I' LET US CHECK Had For The Past Four Years
I Thee that Thou art the Evening :
Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn- surprise party Idell Durban. I
of my soul and that dayBible Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic ing his seventeenth birthday anniversary Enjoying this occasion with I r
canst manage even me. I Study heldIn YOUR FIREINSURANCE
The affair was
Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone the honoree were Misses Idell .
day at 7:45: home of Mr. and Mrs
welcome the Durban Betty Durban, Esther' fI
-'- _.._-- -.- - J. Recher and was given by a Shuford Ann Carter Rebecca NOW !1
FIRST AriST CHURCH = I number of his young friends. Brown Ann Moore, Grace Crews. Starke Ice Co.
After playing several Indoor Loca Rafuse, and Ada Edwardsand s
games, two beautiful cakes, with Mitchell Brown, Dan Wainwright I
"In The Heart of Town And In Tile fN1 .. Iced drinks, .were served. Jack Wainwright Bunt '
of The People" tAis Miss Louise Raulerson Primary Crews Leslie Phillips, Richard 1
t Teacher at Hampton School Carter, Keith McKinley, Cole. LARGE INDIVIDUAL LOCKERSAT$1PERMONTH
has been quite ill the past week, man Phillips, Fay Durban, Ernest I
.\ Southern Baptist Church For All and Is a patient in Alachua Wells, and Rev. Ballard Wil- Charley E. Johns

County Hospital, Gainesville. son.
Sunday School 9:43 Training (. Mrs. J. B. Prevatt and children, NEW RTU OFFICERSThe ffcosw IX STARKE. FLA I
Morning Worship Evening : tbD R Nw "w Marcelene and Charles, spent Baptist Intermediate Train- I
11:00: Wed. Mid-Week last weekend in Jacksonville visiting Ing Union organized for the new 100 Percent Refrigeration for Cured Meats, Vege f
relatives. quarter by electing the following .
Little "Rickey" Hall, son of officers: tables and Other Products j i ft

ing: October Oddities from the Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hall ia President-Leslie Phillips ".prw ntln THI TRAVELERS. Hartford 0- ;'I
Improving at the Gainesville Hospital '8ecy.-Theas.-Ann Moore if Ii p

tad from Heaven"; Observance of ...--....,....................- and Is expected home Bible Reader's Leader-Marycille -- It't '
Evening: "Born of the -.. -.....r.4..a.... ...-... -, -. shortly Darley
N..e .ua
I ...-,- ........--- Mrs. John H. Parker was ad- Program Leader-R e bee c a ARMY CAMP WRECKING ilt
I NO COB PIUM.....CMKM OH MOMIV.>MUl "_ I mitted to Shadycrest Hospital, Brown. :t

"Unit The Church With The Vl.sltlng I I .., ,...,, M. MIUiR. ."_, ....... Starke Monday where her condition RECREATION: COMMITTEE
---------------- --0) I :I was stated aa critical. I Rev.the Recreation Ballard Wilson group, chairmanof of Law- How You Can Save I:.1 f,

tey, has appointed the following

LOWERS For All OCCASIONS committees Finance:: F. R. Carradlne, J.L. Your Rent! '.

Stahlar. J. E. Wall Jr., Dave I"
Shuford and Charles Dinkins. "

See Our Attractive Display Of Pottery Vases, Hospital Containers, Bas- Planning J. Phillips: O.Mrs.V. L.Lee H., Futch MayorO. t 1 tin i ;

I II' It It
nets, Baby Novelties, Planted Pottery & Dish Gardens, $1.00 And Up! Roberts.J. D. McGlnley, and Mrs. G. W II I

COMPLETE The Lawtey Junior High School !t .
FUNERAL DESIGNS ASSORTMENT CORSAGES enrollment continues to grow. At I' ,
the close of the second month J
OF CUT FLOWERS September, there were 327 students '
enrolled.\ This was three
more than at the end of September sr'j .
L"r last year. [ ijl I IrJ

: : Andy Dinklns of Gainesville rJ rJI j .1
was the weekend guest of his I
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
r, tI M. Browning. rr :d ;II IIx ;
ti; Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley 1 rh
Jr. of Kingsl"y Lake visited relatives .
here last Sunday.Mr. )
,. -. and Mrs. Hal Edwards' ,J'J'J '

: _p. II ..... of Kingsley Lake were dinner J M J
guests of Mr. and Mrs. George
M Roberts last Sunday. .ill r

I ? Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Harley, ,rN t
: Sr returned to their home hprela..t ,
Sunday after spending the d6 1.' I
week with their son-in-law and :!
daughter/! Mr. and Mrs. Nelson :T, I", ,
Blocker of Atlantic Beach. I Ij
.J Mr. and Mrs. Mayo of Tampa "x+. ,\j
were weekend guests of Mr. and I
T Mrs. J. II. Moore. ---

Brlnce Tillis and Johnny Brab ... ,
4r ham of Gainesville were guests. of I
Dan Wainwright last Sunday.
: Miss Linda Carradlne of Tam 1
visited her ''I"
grandmother Mrs.
Enoch Griffls, last Sunday. You cen ..". homo like th..ia room r.tl- 00 II .t
Lawtey was well representedat "me ktvroa' ot lay by tarring' with the
the football In Lake omoslrtgly" 1 low ..1... 25'.44' ....,.. .... II I II
I Butler Thursday game night of last bnlMlHg. .remolding.. .* yew con .Herd HI s f i it ell\
; t
:week, between BHS and New- U". ,In your home while you worh on It .a/ I; :
..". the rout yen rnlhave boon Mr>..fl to 'I
lame, ,M peer ...!...MC4* i 1" .
24 HOUR SERVICE berry.CARPENTER'S_ ..... 2S'i4 bvlMliifl la .on.tfvatW .f H..... I\ 'of}
"...-..., euoltty' _...Ie''. te meet rlflM' ,,*.M. I
WE ARE .1t .'".He......... gush ........ .4 ....... I.r AMft 2" a46 "' I
NOW EQUIPPED TO RECEIVE ORDERS DAY OR NIGHT hung wl,*..*wt (Into ..... 14 lite .l..> ...4 "J4a I." Gp Iedi..I.Y/Iq... t.1: '.;:::I f* l r-.'I
two 4oora The ....". w.ll..u' ef ottroctlvo :i I
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Flowers Wired Anywhere TN ......,... Me..nto4 en 2.10 ..ft.". This Architect's Blueprints' ,:it1.
j '? hew hi ._.erwt./ over. concrete ...... For i ,
LARGE VOLUME LOW PRICES ,"','( -... Bi... we will ....... wiles For Above 6-Room Homo c' ,'+

".... .. With 'Each Sato! '. : !I. 9
Come By And See Our Beautiful New Shop .Art while e w..4 ...... .Is .... r&l.11.. ... i I' r I Ii. ,tl'I

Of IN MON. THIOUtH SAT. A.M. *e I f.M. -OMH SUNDAYS 10 AM. TO S p. M. !: 3!

Lowest Prices Wide Selection .
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; County Telegraph shall publish this. I! of Florida Act' of 1925. Showing gage BM a first Lien over the above <1'1J '
& Castello Rafuse In Japan Wallace Given Boy Scout Notice Order In next four weekly Isnues.I(Ih. dissolution, of such corporation. iic-rlb.l land- and ;you and .a"h n.-o[>Q .,
.. -.""f Witness my hand and official Meal, and the Secretary of State 'la Hatla- ot you are hereby j'iu'rr.. <1 to file NStttc. I ahal'j.I "j.lob t I1
fled that the requirements of law your u151 *
The at Starke' Florida, thla September appearance personally ..
Meet Frankenstein Harold Rafuse. son of Boy Scouts ofjTjroop 70 are .. or by ..
II Sgt. 23. 1941. have been complied with. -- -- attorney In .aid Court and .. I Itn... ii.
Mrs. Leila Nawsom of Stark gathering up old newspapers to (OFFICIAL. NEAL) A. J. Thomas I. ..It....... whereof 1 have hereunto on November I. 1948. and thereafter I ..:.., \f J11: hont"
At Park TheatreWhen Force Day on Place On BallotFlorida I As Clerk of said. Court. set niy hand. and have affixed> II> file your written defenses Within I..rld... 'ar : f'< "
Air I Ih t
celebrated help build their home. They will Hy t Haven Crosby, [J. C. the Great Heal! of the State of Florida the time prescribed by law ntp.e. hp. A It 4.
meets comedy Sept. 18 at JAMA (Japan Air call at house'morning. Chas.. K. hess, :204-OS Ouaranty. Mfenullillnif at Tallahassee, the Capital, wise the allegations ot the Bill of l((* r. :4i 4t I
horror I Material Area) Air Force Base your Saturday Jarksonvllle, Florida ....in the ttvemv-ihlrd day of l September. : Complaint will be taken aa ron. I or Fk''r\L.' 'Eli.'mnu ; 1.
film audiences may expect something voters In November's It would be Atlys.' for Plf. 10-1 4t 10-21 A. D. 194S.KtL fttsned. by you. Bradford County ''' \ 0\ J
and exciting In entertainment at Tachlkawa, Japan. He la serving general election will find HenryA. appreciatedIf <" : ) H. ,. (lit iv. Telegraph la the duly ,,. r d. 'u"v

new and that is what fllmeofri with the Far East Air Forces Wallace (Progressive> and J. you will give them any old iv "riitrriT' OIHT. BittitFonnl( 10-1 Secretary-' of State.lt|'I qualifiedHIGHEST At" r\, l 1\;>1 rh

are promised In the new i at thU huge supply and maintenance Strom Thurmond (States Rights'glvl'n ) newspapers or magazines thai C( ot KHV.I.eniile: %.I'l', KLOHII IV (Il.- l\ TIIHHU'I I r tot RT OF III
Hlltl>.' )lll> ( 01 "'iv, FLOHIUAI.
that servlcea planesfor
how opening at the Park Theatre depot equal space on the ballot you have and do not need. Johnson RlllH,.. Plaintiff vs.Coy I" ('iISIRY.Bessi I
K. KlllH Defendant. Case No.
Sunday: "Abbott and Costello Japan and Korea.of with Harry Truman (Democrat) SOU. .. Lee Markham. a. Admr> ,

.: Meet Frankenstein". Abbott and Costello funfents. and Thomas E. Dewey (Republican NOTICE OHI>Klt: OK PlHUCtTlOV" 'u APPKHSTATK AVn.VOriCH .etc.. ,at.Plaintiff Defendants, vs., John Case .No.II. (OHHIOHUKH iriffi.t. ., CASH PRICES( P

It's easy to Imagine the laughs While the screenplay was written ). I have resigned from the meat .. OF :FUOU1UA! to: : TO APPIlt: I
Coy : Ellis whose residence lax
and thrills that develop when largely for laughs, there arc The State Legislature, In a department of the A A P Store known In Havannah, leoricla: Till: !NiTtTK OF KI.OHIIIto:
comedy team comes sufficient number of spine- special two-day session In Tallahassee You are required to appear onNovember John H. (I'lrlffls and lluth llrlffla
this popular I I and am
bill ,
of wife
I manager the the residence of each of
the above
I. In
I)4S named
face to face with those terrifying tingling episodes to make It popular recently, passed a new meat department at the Jitney Court and pause. wherein ,plaintiff I whom Is 4l6"-j Cast. 72nd St, Seat' We Buy
Washington.. and, James' U.Urlffls Peca
having act permitting voters to make seeks divorce Bradford
/: monsters--Frankenstein, with those who enjoy Jungle. I will be glad to see old County Telegraph shall publish thinOrter and Lois nnfflx his wife,
a single-mark choice of any of and new friends the residence of each of whom Is,
Wolf Man. The their blood chilled. and customersat I In next four weekly |Issues.
and the .
Dracula. the four presidential candidates. ,' Wltnexh. my hand and official Seal. unknown and all parties having
of Lon Chancy Jr.. and Bela Lugosl my new location and will al 'ark... Florida this or clalmifiir any right/ title or InI..r..t -
I' result is a top-rate package Efforts to keep Wallace off the I have plenty of good specialsthis <. In ,any, of the following property Will Call For Or
escapist entertainment: that will share acting honors with the two ballot were defeated in the' Senate weekend. (OFFICIAL. SCAD A. J. ThomasAs : 8W14 ts.NW 1 i.. of SKL, of Buy At JJ'areholl8f
u I I Clerk of said Court.Hv Sec ,14. Twp. 4 It. 22 K. I In Ilra.l-
record. comedians.PR.EPARE 25: to 9, and In the house ford
parallel or surpass past _ --Alton Dobbsl Haven Crosby. D. C. County Florida and' that .certain -
56 to 21. Although not a single John J. Henderson Gsr,. St. AutriiHtfne mortKHfre. encuniberlnH. .lIldd."rlb..d
:\ C lIed real estate and recorded
( 01
member of either house spoke a Cal \iv, ur HK.IMKOIU) Attys. for Plf. 10-1 4t 10-23 I In Mis Book 1* at panes .,G.198
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(.IIA; >- of public record of said
kind word for any Wallace policy CKHV.Koaa county C. H. NAS
and the note secured hv said mort
many fought to give him Lee Jones Plunknt. Plain iv cittnrroi ; '. ISIS ,iPOull) WORTHY
N-O-W lit,. v.. Archie / itiiite In the sum of I1M)0! ) OD datedHec.
ballot space if Thurmond were f..rxl,,nt. Case No.Max 8850.Plunkctt, 1>..- 4''01 "."Y. KI.OHIIHl IV 4H.I .\>:"' 20..) 191*, pnvahle In monthly
: K.H: > .
OUUUIt Installments of $20.00 each bearInic 234 EAST
to be recognized. :MOTICK Of PIDMCATIOM'.' A\l: Joe .1.I JohtiMon. Plaintiff vs. fleor- Interest. at 6 percent per anmuum.Payable CALL STREET
0 APHKtlt cia Mae Johnson Defendant. CaseNo to order of T. II. I...... andslaned
Under the old law, only Democrats TVFK OK FL.OH1UA PHONE 198
tat BUT* bye. ... Lambert ,, ,1'Ic..
Is Just Around The Corner and Republicans were recognized In Max unknown Plunkctt: wht>.. rentcivile -' OHIIIOII: OK PI III.ICtTlOV AMIVOTM'K torla Lnmliert: ST.\RRE. FL
Winter : TO sppisu
for ballot and You are hereby required to TAKE NOTICE that a flllt has been
on October uppaar STATK 010' FIA>KIIA to: Instituted In the above Court andcause
even these parties could not put named Court 23 and 1941 In the above rieorvla Mae Johnson whose residence by Itessle' Lee Markham a.Admr. .
cauae, wherein IM unknown: ... .
i f Kstate of T. H. Lee. deceased
the plaintiff) .
name of a presidential candidate County: Telegraph eek d h: f"pUb'tI ':.d ; You are required to .appear on aa plaintiff and against.
Efficient Winter Warmth-BUY on the ballot. Votes were Order In ( hit November I. 1944 In the above named you .and each nt you as defendants. :
For Clean' next four weekly .... ... Court and wherein
; cast, Instead. for party presidential \\.Itn.... .u. ratine plaintiff I the. relief sought In said Knit la to
GAS! my Hand and official Real seeks divorce Bradford establish plaintiffs claim as absolute PRESCRIPTIONThat
electors. at Starke, :Florida this September! I County Telegraph l shall publish this; owner of said mortgage/ and
'j jj!!. 1948.
1 ;, When You Heat With GAS You Get Quick. This year the eight Democratic (UIo'Io'IC1AL IWAL) A. J. Thomas, Ord-r In next mv hand four and weekly official: IsstieH.WltnesH Seal!. note and to foreclose. said. mort-

i' Clean Heat With Nothing To Bring In NoI electors nominated In the Hy Haven As Clerk. Crosby of Maid IC..Court. lit 25 1045.UF'FICl.I.Ntarke. Florida, this September

Ashes To Take Out. primaries split 4 to 4 between I I John J, Hendernoii., 1Nq., MIl) Augus SKL,) A. J. ThomasAn
t t.: support of Truman and Thur. tine Florida. Clerk tit "II ld Cr-urt. | CUT HIGH
Atlys. for fit 9-24 4t 10-15 Hv Haven Crosby, P. C.Znrh .
The SLADE GAS COMPANY. INC. Offers mood leaving supporters of either If. ruelan. 50:>.507 Lynch:

IMMEDIATE; INSTALLATION:" On GAS candidate no to cast a full Iliilldlna.;. J.irksonvllle, Florida.
You : way //1" OHtllT
I fOlltT. BRADFORD Attys. for rif. 10-1 4t 10.22I II IIIt'
HEATERS. vote for him. ; : .\ '.' ELOIIID.I l> tMA.CKHV. \- ... FOOD COSTS!

The new ballot will have a Llllie Mae 1'iK.kvtt. .tr'IIT foi'nr. "H'FORII
; ; ('0'"Y.. Fi.oiuo.ti ivI ('IIA%.
separate square for each of the Nu.John 5563.ORDEIL D.. f'uikeft, ..r tftcaV..:; 'KHV.Robert: .

QI Buy NOW And Stay Comfortable! four recognized presidential tick. Of BLIfATlOM. A\l> F. Kubanks Plaintiff VH a simple'' matter-wltli the
Virginia R Pefmid.ini
ummiial !
i ets. Above the name of the candidate 1\0 TICK: TO ". ..t'H (I'-- \o. 1I I 'vlll be a circle In which Jolin HTAl'K Li. puckett.OK K I.whose. <> RIO" tot OK ni.ir\TIOV' AM> \\'.".'ll show you how with the

j the voter can make a cross to and .address la: 411 Grant St.residence. Wtiltnilrv .NOTICK II.TO.' "APPKtllSTATK FI.OItll t" Maytag, you can buy meat In

vote for that candidate. Straight You are South hereby Carolina required: Virginia R. Eubank, whose residence quantity and nave up to 30 percent .
ticket on October 20, to appear ,In SOS Fulton Street Madford. on individual cut*.
voting for all candidatesof 1948, In the above Massachusetts ,
I a party for State and County named plaintiff Court seeks and cause, wherein .I You are required. to appear on Sa>'.. on fruits and vrwtablro" ,

SLADE GAS COMPANY Inc. offices was abolished. The voter control tinued, of minor divorce children and custody con. November Court and I. 19m.cause In the wherein above. plaintiff named I too-and avoid many weary hour Is Our Business
will have to make an Individual dren. support for herself and chil seeks divorce Bradford, of anopplnff. It even nave cooking -

choice between Democratic and County Telegraph shall publlali Bradford this, County Telegraph; shall publish this. I time! Let UH, tell you about It.
Order III next four weekly Issues
(3 213 E. Call St. Republican candidates for the Urder Witness In next my hand four weekly issue Witness my hand and official Seal ,, We want to demonstrate all the ThePrescription Is Right And The Price
f! 1 official seal at Sturke. Florida tills. September2t
, same office.Installment. it tlta rke. Florida. this I September: convenience of thl"IfB.taJr.
Right. Two Graduate
22.: 1948.
, r\1! Phone 121 Starke Fla. (luto.to'ICJA: SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Clerk" ,' of. SKAI said,> Court.A. .1. ThomasAs No .other freezer halt all Registered Pharmacist

Buying Uy Haven An CU-rk. or mild. Court. Hv Haven (Crosbv, r>. t I'. Its. advuntaffen. See how its designed On Duty. All Prescriptions Exactly What
Ci'oslty 1) tit
f '1'. Frank C. Znch H. iiiK-liiH, nO:-R07 Lynch for kitchen u.tf-serving-
1 Placed Under Ally... for I.amlruin i'lf. :stnrke 8.21 ,4t Florida.10-lJ .Ii,"I Id".I n for ic JncksonvlllQ.,Plf. I 10-1.Fl br It ldi..lttys. .10-2i. : also an a work table. !See how Doctor Orders.

r'i Federal Control beautiful and practical! It H-and

iv c'litctrT (-0' itr. MH 'FOIIII)I '% 0 T I 4' I!: I how 4any to pay for on low
tOI.Nfl", FI.OKIIItl l> tlltNi'KHf. Notice IM herehv, given that the monthly installments. RING YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTION
Installment buying has returned : smntereigned. I I.. eniratce'd l In luislness

i ALE to Federal control. liam Du; othy Bertram Amey, Amey Plaintiff, Defendant vs. Wil: nniler nnnl .the Store fictitious at the name' followlnit of ItonnK addreKH thlla3t.Its: dependability... name and IK a backed fiveyearpalilup by I TO KOCH'S DRUG STOKE AND SEE

Down payments and length/: of ('ass No. SH36. : 22S Kust ('ull Street. Htnrke
Mme to OIIKKH OK. PIIIl.nIo'v AMI Florida, and Intends. to register the Insurance policy against FOR YOURSELF THAT GOOD DOCTORS .
pay will be governed. .VO'llfl-i' : TO :.t.IFlt snld flctltlfitis name In the officeof food III,,,". Not "
"just a freezer
Ordinary charge accounts won't. HTTK OK K LOll I Cit tot the Cltrk of the Circuit' Courtof I AND GOOD
i JOYNER'S GROCERY William Heitram Amey, whose renldenca the Clerk of the Circuit' Court but a MaytaBT. Come In today and DRUGGISTS GO
Mont consumer goods costing Is unknown: Klliot: J. Jo'lynu..rfl./ .. Flynn sownem. see what a difference that makes
S50 to $5,000 are covered. You are hereby required to appear .. ._ 10.1 4t 10-22 HAND IN HAND.
on Uctol>..r 25 1D44 In the above I
Easy payment loans are time. named Court and cause wherein I terllfleate Of ('orp..r".. Illsaolntlon
1i1 223 S. WALNUT ST. limited. plaintiff seeks divorce and custody In She name tinil hjr Clue jnfhar ELECTRIC
I and control of minor child. Bradford Itr of she "Stale of Florida
, County Telegraph ,, To all to whom these presents, shallcome. SERVICEj
It Is publish
an anti-Inflation taken this : & Koch
step i, .
Order In next four weekly IMHUAS. I ttreetlnvs: This I IH tcertify Drug Stor
i tr -- by Congress. President Truman Witness my hand and official seal that whereas J. M. Hemhree,
I l Raid it Is only "a tiny fraction" of at Starke Florida this September Iark... Florida H. H. A'lsmStarke -. AUTHORIXED DEALER
is 1948. ,
Florida Roy M. Ward I .
f.. 15 PERCENT DISCOUNT ON what Is needed. (OFFICIAL, SEAT.) A. J. Thomas, Stark, Florida did on the 14th day for MAYTAG Appliances '11II
As Clerk of said Court of A. r). 1148 cause to
The Federal Reserve Board Py Haven Crosby D. C. be f"Ptnh"r. .. under. the provisions
; : ALL MERCHANDISE. NO LIMIT. nude the rules. There are crlmnal Itay rielden Seldon Building-. Day of Chapter. IOO 6. Laws of
tnnn Bnrh Florida Florida Acts of 1923: MfcurtrcretHospital.
penalties and the board also Ally for Plf. 9-24 4t 1S-1I In.... .a corporation with
f// has the power to put a violator Its prlnclnal I place of business nt
I Starke. Rradfnrd: County, In the
out of credit business. i\ ('iRt'"t II' ('01 "'r. nittiiKoni> State of Florida and whereas thestockholders
t 01 ,
FMIMIItVl>> IV C ll\- of such 1 Grocer
Here are the terms: vIs: 1.S.l.diI. corporation did Starlings
the 2:1: ,i-M of ,
HOW IT WORKS on day September A
n; i : After down payment 18 months Altlipa fllrpHl Plaintiff v... D 1R4S. Cause tn he filed In theoffice
J..I.h> illri'Hl I ,
*o PRY If the balance exceeds ItllOltIkllllKIt I Hvfendant. t'linf N... of the Secretary of State of
the State of Florida nf
1 3 Tall :Milk @ 17c ____ __ __ __ .51 1,000, 15 months If $1,000 or less. : OF IM HI.KtTIONMI all the stockholders. under a the pro-
i NOTM H: TitIMKlt: vIxlonM I of ,said ChapterArthritis .5,5'.
fl lj : 1 Box Any Soap Powder _______ __ __ ..3Si One-third down on automobiles. J".I.h 1 HTATK:1 (llreHlhnNH: OF J.'I.OHII'10 reNtdpnff I ; &
Twenty per cent uown on cook niltlrt'' IN and
' i ; 5 Pounds Meal (Dixie Lily) ---------- --- -- .53 jtoves ULsluvushei'H, ironers re- 8I1)\'k, (FluHhlHIT( Ave.n JoMeph, Brooklyn Ii lesi. :New.;ii""r"I Pain

5 Pounds Grits; (Dixie Lily) _____ ___________ .53;') .a'I aeiutoiM, washing muchmea, air VDII 'ut.* "reiftilied tn aiipftir' on CORNER CALL & STJFLOi)
I onuiUuiu-TH: radios, phonographs, :N';>i\nili. .-,r I I. l l'iS! In the arxive. naniert rot quick delifhtfullr comforting help (or
1"II J 5 Pounds Flour (Mallard's or Pillsbury's) __ 1.05;') .tivuiiuM acts sewing machines, I tiff 'rumm.."k.' 'iinil tllvorre fuitne. fb, custody whrr ln ttt plain Neurltta aches and Lumbago.pains of Sciatica RheumaU-ra or Neuralgia, Arthritis try. CHERRY STS.
"011- .. ..
trul of Works through the blood. First doM
irucuum clcunvm furniture child" Ilrll.H.rd
; : 5 Pounds Sugar ... .52 I''iint.v. Usually starts allevlatlnc paLo to you can I
----- ------ ------------ 1'el..raIh| shall
..ugll.t"el'sol1al. lirclcr, In publish this work, enjoy life and sleep more comfortably.
next four I
j.;t,U I 1 Pound Coffee ________________________ ..60I" loans of lending houses Wltll.*.... mv hnnil and weekly ort'lcll\ll'I..1 I issu'e.' Del Raml-xl...... at drutglit today. Quick, complete
'lit 'ti ike, .Q"M or money Beck (uarantmd.W.C.T.U .
'' must be repaid within lo or 13 I 2t,ll>4<, Florida this. September. SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1 & 2 |

; J ---- months depending on the size; If lOFKH'lAI. SKA I.) A. J. Thonias *
[ : .i-----.ilI An Clerk <.f nniil fnurt., I
j it::1 "TOTAl. 4.11 jver ,UIJu the minimum monthly Hv; Huvn Crosby. IX f*. 1
--------- -
n payment is 70. T Frank' 14,041 ruin, put' a,'k.mm. Fliirlili. ,.
:t" -'It .. Less 15' Percent .62 exempt trout credit control are Attys_ for Pit 10-1 4t 10-3 BROOKMAN'S 3 FOR LONG GRAIN, PATNA 2 21
-------- ---- -
rf medical dental hospital educational .
iv' tiixiir t'T miiiroiti) I IS IT RIGHT T ? ?
---- and tuuerul expenses; loans fOIVI't, PLOIIIIItl IM tllt\-'
\ '. I. .IS IT RIGHT to build Church- GELATIN----
\r 1 tor real estate and home Improvement 4 :Ml.William RICEFactory cc .
I. I.ee. Plaintiff. Connie e-i to ease nx>n's nnul
vs. at the
: t ALL YOU PAY ,_ 3.52 ; loans to pay tor fire and ''I', I...... ""'''.lfl..nt . casualty insurance; business or OH I IKK OF PInl."TIO"ib' shops thatdestroy
'0'1''''.: TO 'P.: *lI i I men T?
i "agricultural loans; credit to dealers STATK' OF FI.nitlUA I to RAIN DROPS
Pnnnle It a GOOD
who buy goods for' resale; f.ee. hone residence and
r, ,. ,, ,. .. local address' Is: 21)3): Junes Ht.' Memphis. man to sell that which. Mill make
to beueral, state
loans Tennessee
or '

Back again at favorite store governments or to religious N'iember You are I required' to. appear, on' 'a the man drunk for and"then PUNISH I WASHING POWDER lOc SYRUP---- .
i: your cnarltaoie and educational oiganiZaUons | Court" and I. IKH.ratine Ill th wherein nl" plnlnttff iininM -- ,( man getting drunk?? ?

& and any credit under seek divorce llradforrf .. .

f the Ouvernment s rehabilitation -

L SANTONE Corduroys and readjustment pl'OKI..UIII. I SPECIALFLAT

Recent BirthsMr. OIL 0

: and :Mrs. Earl Johnson of.uetter GET Ys' MORE HEATPER

! uu. announce the birthof ,

a son James Milton. on :Sep SARDINES 9

t .esiiuer, 6" in tne Kennedy Hospital II PER GALLON OFREVOW1IONAY OIL -

, I there.
, Airs juunson Is the daughter WITH A.

of Mis. J. .u. tiiowmeu of Starke.Birtua .
i unnouiicvU MI a.musoeai NO. 2 FULL'SIZE CANS EACH GOOD YELLOW 2


;..1'. anu iirs. James Drew of Swing .

V :3tal Ke. a son. James Michael ,PEAS - lIe ONIONS- .

: H> X FOR TilE HACK TO SCHOOL CROWD born,September 22.
Mr. and11'.. Harold Floyd

! j,'\ '.oun".. ..;".* wtlMlo for th Han ton* plawherl corduroy "but Frances Cau>' 01 Louise starite born, a Sept.udugruor 22. VERY SPECIAL

: tonl_" O'AIN *mS >t...., Thry h.vn IJutabl lIu"lM'ndrr" and Mr. ana Airs. Cuivm OaellJones SEC THE '

,I I waists, and th.,icr1ppvr match th. color of tho material of Stance: a uaugnier ALL NEW COLLINS 1 LB. JAR 0*

J S<-t-ln pocket! nd.<'uff bottonvt; matching cotton flanel lining Cheryl Darlene born Sept. 22.

In the JackrtM., A variety of fa\orlt paittrl and taple colon>> Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Crawfordof

i : Own ac. diary. a sun, Veru011 ,

feHlwaiU, burn oepiembjp <... PEACH PRESERVES 1 II

J f; O'ALLS (1 to 3)) $2.98 Mr. and Mrs. Uiuiam Robert PIRESIOI CONSOLI

dluerson of Vtaldo, a son WUaam OK ...,.. Hester

". O'AL'LS ((3 to 6) $3.50 Kooe.t, Jr., Dora aeju. &{, ...... Urn Cef In l v.I
' ./1 Mr.\ and Mm. Ned Carol Coleman .
11,.%. Mer* HVM s.t Oellky MILFORD 300 SIZE I (00D;
; ALSO 'of glume, a son, rtnvue, sues of ...... EACH WE HAVE A "
uuin b"VtcOItooot, :'H. -eo ..MISMse _C...... SUPPLY OF FKE:>H

. ; Boys' Boxer Style Long Pants ___. ___-____ $1.98 NOTICETo F 19c ATREASONABLE1" 1f

j Boys SWEATERS ______ $1.98 my: many fi tends and customers r-red 1p

t: '/ Boys' Red & Plaid Flannel Shirts -----___ -_ $1.98 I v.,ant to say that my closingout II ADVANCE SHOWING GREATEST HEATINGDEVELOPMENT ALL, REGULAR 2
of the!! Gassett fcixchang! I

j Store was due to the estate of IN

, t All-Wool Suita with Short or Long Pants my father. I wIll open a new ICOME TODAY 'IN 23 YEARS I

"k business in the near future. Until BREAD2

Boys COW BOY SUITS I open up a business In town !

f I am continuing to give the public -

l a complete Venetian Blind FARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLY

SMART SHOP.PEStarke Service.$ Also will carry furniture ,
The .
f! : and LB.I I FRESH
premiums in the buildIng 1 W W. Call St. Starke MULLET, GOOD
' Florida which is located at my residence Florida

''I west of Starke.M. .
Coy Andrews Mgr. NUCOA .
r .i -j-rrrrrr r-.r. S r ssr_ D. CasMtt. - 39c FISHAbbott .- .