Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 8, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Governor Mlllard "n.j

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; Soecial Election November 9 I


-' : Accepts Resignation Of Mayor;

(,ii'iur> mi.invonn vatore OlurruBBo Also known as Case No. 6855.OIIDKU NO'fU"1 TO APPKlll I I nnd W. Street., MO, Washington,
1lIllIut. I' CIIA\: Samula Olurrusso, Defendant. Care 4)F PCIILICATIO\>I> .\' K L I A top D. C.:
I No. 6NH4iiiDKR: sorleul Ti) APP"JIt Frniu'eH! ItoHKl whoa I renUlence I I 1st:1 You are hereby "reitulrea to upiu'iir Will Let Voters Decide Whether
(t vs. Mnde- OF rrni.irTIOV 543 Street New !I on Urtotivr 25. 1941 In the above
iior Defendant. AM> NOTICH TO IT Kill I I NT.VTI 0. F L O It I II A to North 6th Newark named Court anti C'LI8 whvrvlnplaintiff ,
STATE OF FLORIDA Lewis H. Thompson whose. reslilericB Jersey: I I .. ka ii I vorte. r, 4 Hf
to 11'IH"t'.1
: You hereby required to appearon .
| l'IIII.If''I'IO'lIIn \I'I'E.\ tiumule Snlvntore! Olnrrusno. also known as t>t.. 1'ortiimouth.anil address .Is: : 35ia: Nelson Oclohtr are 26, 1948 In the above Unlnr County In Telegraph next four shall weekly IttIttliell! Ukuea.VUnena '
OlarrtiBno whose
:: I lenldenceIIIH luiiaietl' Court and cause, wherein Whistle Blows Or Goes
PLX>RIDA to: ul<1rN. In: 'Mil: 10050( LuwUbunr You are hereby required to appearon plaintiff seeks divorce. nrndfnrtl I \ my hanil, and official seal Signal
October 25, 194S In the above
tunir whoso Pennsylvania: I L'ttlI niy Telegraph this nt Stiirke, "KlorKU thin eleptoiuber ,.
named Court and cause, whereinphtlntlff Hlal"hlol
: You are required to .. 22, 1918.
F appear on OriltuIn next
.seeks. divorce. Bradfoid we.kly ThonmsI f:
Otobor IS 19 4q. In th- (OFFICIAL .
on ibnvonamed
appear \Vllne. hunt and deal fl'J.
the above Court and cause, wherein County Telegraph shall publish this at Sun ke, Florida this. ctuptember I I .\ Mi ,. Starke'a new City Council Tuesday night accepted the 'i
Order In Issues.
.use. wherein plaintiff ducks divorce Bradford I Witness next my hand four and weekly official seal IS. 1M3.OKflCJAI.! Uy Haven Cro.hy. l>605-607. C. I I resignation of Mayor H. C. Wall and called a special election 'ti f
Bradford. County Telegraph shall publish ( Al.) A. .J. ThunlM. I 4ich I I. DoiiKlax. 01\1 i _
,,11 publish thin. Order In next four wmkly at Statko 1943. Florida this September As dork of mild lullllllll. .liicksonvmo. to be held November 9th to name his successor. '
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'< in' weekly In. ue0.VltncsH. H. (>. Brown, Sturka, Florida, Aly. i Ilt U-:1 lu-l
\ inv hand aol, official Hal (OFFICIAL* SEAL) A. J. Thomas. I 111.: H. IMim-nn, JuckHoiivlllf.,; r'ln ,' I Starkites will also be .given the opportunity on that t
An < U> Ic of Id "
Cuut.t.Ity ,
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'I! ifflclal 8ealtI"plember at!G. Starke 1948. Florida this lS.pt..nl I Haven Crosby. L>. C. Ally for I'lf. 11-24 4t 10.li ', date to express their approval or disapproval' of the whistle _

(OFKICIAli SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas, Char I.lfa lea l.-iillillmr.H. Hess..lackHonvllle.. 201-05; Guaranty Flu.Uy IN tiitciir test nr. lit 'U.'Ultl I| Road Supervisor ., \'f'r,, \ ''I'' time signal at the City Light & Water Plant. : I
v i Thomas, As Clerk of said Court. 4I>irri.oiuii ti r _
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fi Haven Haven Croaby, D. C. .. has Mayor Wall tendered his resignation in mid-August
.t Fly Crosby D C. C IHV.Hani: I Oscar Griffla of Hampton ..tw _

irkf,- Florida.. T.Attys.Frank for Lanilrum Plf' starko.! 9-17 Florida.4t 10-8 Attya. for Plf. 9-M! 4t 10-15 nm 8.I::. Hrlnkloy Brlnkley Plaintiff.ln.foiiilunt' v,.. CaneNu Nor- been appointed County Road ,, ,' /. when he was called back to active duty with the U. S. Army'as ____

,"t o7| 4t 10-8 i'> iiiriir <'01 it'r. nil \I''''0 It II SS19.KI Supervisor at a salary ot $20> per Chief of Manpower Section of the.State Selective Service _

iv rinciiT roller, mi IIIFOIIII,, fOINI'V KI.OIIIIIIN "U \,- <> >II: < nv IM ni.irtTistNu month. He succeeds 1 licks .. 'f"' '' .
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Pi I 11.11"i I IM i> fHAMntlff < : J. ROHH|, Plaintiff. \.I'"rnn- OF K ..0 u i IS i tel, who resigned to accept Employment Council at that time however I
M. tofu Thompson PlaIntiff vs.I[cen HuHsl, let"n.l"nt. Ciloe No. U39.! !Nonna" S.! Brlnklev, whose re lden,. elswhere. Qualifies ,
t vs. Sal-: Lewis It. Thompson, Defendant. OMDKIl: OP 41 111.18' \'!'ION AMI In. : clo American Wholesalers, Fifth t Robert refused to accept the resignation t

___ Mayor's'RaceJ. and L. A. Canova. Council ii


,: r.- Mayor during the '
Cf t Or tl t-CTtON. eordanc with law providing for the levy to the amendment of said Conatitutlon.b the Oounty I. th* Stat. 0t. County axtanaoon en the sasussment roB ef Oi. ; .: I
'e 0' 194', of taxes and such tax shall not be applied and the sam Ia hereby agreed to School Ba. School DI.lc. 8 0\ Tax Assessor ot all taxes lovtad 1. Wall.
,.,.5. of the to any purpose other than the and shall be submitted to the elector of Tax t state. County, County School '; \ tl
a IM 11 Joint Reao-> payment of the principal and tnar.01 the Stat of Florida for approval or rejection 1. The Legislature shall a the Legislative School Dlla. Special TanSchool .' ,,", The question of whistle
vu,, menu to the said' bonds. at the next General Election to Session of 1D49, and f. tin to Dlrlc ad **. ". ,. r'
e'' v, ot Florida and Ibl In .addition the bonds authorized be held In the year 1948. that la to .ay. time thereafter .na law effect 1. From and alter Jaavuey ., < 'c blowing at the power p1antha '
e v byavotaof In paragraph (a) above and subject to that Section 1 of Article XVII of the only after by the elector o 1. 1990 gte. County Tax CollectorIn .' been moot since
I ,il I: ji ncmbcr elected the limitations and provlnlons thereof Conatitutlon 01h.* Stat of Florida be said County at a referendum called fo the County of Volusla. State of Florida He- a subject f
the Jtc vo on said and of Section a of Article IX of the Constitution amended so aa to read .. follows: that purpose, oalflnll* power, fna shall collect aU t.lvle tn the : the practice was started sevI I,
Ott, rrt itorcd upon their of Florida. the Legislature may: SECTION 1. Either branch ol the Legislator lions, duties of Cou- County by t County Ity':'Courtcil shake hands with their
m, v,ih the yens and also provide' for the Issuance of Special *, at any regular session or at ty Tax Collector designated In Paragraph Sol School Dlatricta, Special eral months ago. Due to I
.Titw{; *.*S- li<* determine. and Capital Outlay bonds by County Boards any apclol or extraordinary **aalon 1 of This Section 14. and shall likewiseprovide T. Dltrc and Municipalities year Tuesday night. Pictured from pro
e II l H ,: Re, lutiona beJTni of Education for school capital outlayprojects thereof called for such purpose either In for the collection car, custody The shall ..th.. Legislative elected members A. Canova, tests from resident in >the tj
hereafter disbursement of all taxes Session of 1944. sad from time t*> iwly : 1
lett of the Slate at acquired or constructed the governors original call or any amendment reporting and
h f tIe I
r(, i November 194b but said bond. shall be limited to thereof may propose the revision collected by the County .Collector.S tlm therela enact laws specifyingth M. Smith, and C. A. Knight, retiring neighborhood 8 t
tritFORE, 1. R. A. GRAY. projects and amnunta approved by the or amendment of any portion or portion pw.ra. .. dut. and com Mowing was finally discontinued.
at..i if the State of B'lorlda State Board of Education aa prescribedby of this Constitution. Any such petlo 0 County T.' desig' :
?, n, ..ro that aK'RAL law and shall become payable serially revision or ..m.ndm.nm87 relate to RESOLUTION NO. OM par.r.p 1 this Section t 17.andahall 4
JOINT collection
: ELECTION as prescribed by law within not to one subject or any number of *.ubjbut -. SAT' provide for the
j n t ancr") !county in Florida\ exceed twenty: year. from the date ot no amendment shall consist of more lJ..OLl'"l0N iropo.'R anAmendment car*. "u.ly. reporting and dlabursement Since that time, however, strong
I next 3ucceeUm, Florida In favor of
stitution of the of blowing the
tin b' A. U. lt48.h.. Outlay bond ahall be Issued hereunder rlUv. County Tax lent Position
ocln which' together with the school If the propoaed revision or amendment the to aoaessment collection 0 taxes property by for adding tax thereto whistle has developed, and Tuesday
1 DAY it NOVEMBEf.H !: Indcb'fdmui oi such county Includingspccltl I Ia agreed to by three-filths of th. that In 10
H 3r >t ;.oc'ion of the tax school district Indebtedness members elected: to each Houae It shall additional lection to Stat provide of Florida HOVSB JOINT RESOLUTION NO. tS night a petition containing
JL. ". \ -\d Amend- hall exceed twenty per fent ofh.* be entered upon their respective Journal the County of Brow.r. shall A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing a more than 200 name was j
|Unl' 'lor 01 Ute State ofIfT asseejed value of the taxable property ot the yea and naya and published the County A..r ansesa Amendment to Article VII of the Con- :idders Soon prJentI I
wll the
of the County for purpose
such county according to the last asseaa- a one newspaper In each county the property Of levying SUM. School and titutlon of the Stat of, relative ed to the Counci asking that the !
mint for county purposes prior to the where published for Ct7. to aasessment of for taxes anal '
I the prper
Imuanc of such Special Capital Outlay two times,D.wa.pr an .. to b* mad Municipal taxes School Board. SchoolDistricts. the collection ol adding thereto UrI signalbe resumed. In vieW ,
; REi 'LtmON!' NO. t2flJtitSO Bonds. The principal of and Intereston D earlier than ten weeks and the other County,. County Special Tax School Districts, additional Sections to provide that lathe of the fact that an election wouldbe
such special bonds shall b. payable later than of Plnellaa. Stat ef I'lorila.the .
six weeks. Immediately County within
It 'I Vroposmj an Drainage Dlatricta. and I" Inrpo the city
from fund establlAhed In each Port Districts. the rlnnlnp At held on Nov. 9, the Council ,
Tux Asasix
a county preceding the election at which the sam County .h.1 a..
IX of the and munici
Art; rle State districts
b u>y addinftreto: an audl- comprised of moneya authorized and apportioned U to be voted upon .n thereupon submitted any. oer.lnll which by ordinance property of the County puro. td Imll; fllreotiy suprrvUe all decided that the best way to settle .!
by th* Legislature for achool to the the State for ol levying County, School .
pre, '''ni,thrr thnt motor aU excise fuel capital outlay and debt service purpaaea or rej.Uo at the next Gen request their taxes to be e.a..a nicipal Stat. by the State, County. y workmen employed by the city P. Robll.tS, local auto dealerand the issue once and for all 'would f
the County
a'oine or .Pprva and and that
and moneys provided by the county: from provided. howver. that I.vle. County School Boari School Dlttrtcts. 1- In connection with the performance -
f-'cd ind t.lined hall belie .rl l.tlof collect and distribute the acidtaxes. Kepresentatlve-Elect to the ba to put It to a vote of the peoCanova. .
street and air- county school revenue sources Including; such amendment may be sub letor a Special Tax School Districts and Municipalities .e of the duties outlined." ,
and iishway prescribing the dl.f .* ad valorem taxes, a. authorized or required mlfor; approval or rejection in a BK IT RESOLVED BY ofh.* Cnun"" and that the State legislature, Tuesday night pie. ., I
| Ua. certain portion ofL'ED by the eglslatur\ subject to under the conditions dcrlbed *- TURE OP THE T LEISL County Tax Collector shall collect the J. ('omlnhtteps Named paid his qualifying fee Ha a I
the limitation. of the Constitution relating In and In the manner prvld.db STATI FLOIIA aid tax. Re-Elected
LEGISLA- i to ad valorem taxes for achool pur- ,. Section S of Article XVU ef That the A BE IT RFSOLVED BY TNT LFOI3LATURB m. Tn addition to Street Maintenance candidate for Mayor of Starke In '
TUB the 5
of t
BY Constitution A.
po.... Such bonds shall not b* bonds or Constitution. If a majority of the electors tide VII of the OF TILE STATE OF FLOHIDAl: if ,. Canova was re-elected as
B'C .
': ST. TB OK FLORIDA: of to the assessment and the following committees the *pprlnl election to be held
Amendment to Ar- rtRhts of the "'at. nf Florida or enforceable voting upon the amendment adopt rlotv. in the County of That the following amendment to Ar chairman of the Council as the I
.owing add- against the credit or taxing power .( such .amendment. same shall becomeS collection a txo tide VIII of the Constitution of the .. d were named: November 9.
State Conntitution by by adding 1
t .. Brwa.tate rIOld. assessment first order of business after the
the Sta part ef ConluUo. ol relative to the I
) section \ to be Iorld.
pro- numbered
i In, iddlUqna ..>- lal.Stste. be and ot all taxes In the County ofPinoila. Snfteyt: chairman, Mr. was present at new members.
il I CXCIM' upon g by the DrldRel Robert Buddy Bishop. t
I Rta ol Florid, by: addingthereto id L
motor fuel produeta col- e the is hereby agreed to and shall be and '
earns the Council meeting and I
additional sections to be known Lwll.n expressed O. Hazen and James Lewis were
shall be JOiNT RESOLUTION 88 submitted to the electors of the Btat I
o.. and .
LT. itrcot and airport( pur- A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an HOUSI' RESOLUTION NO an Florida for ratification o rejection Section 1 .n Station 14.d be shall ; Sanitary: Lewis, chairman, hla desire to qualify as soon .' worn In by City. Carl '
V,",crIb I,," the dlstrlbutioo Amendment to the Constitution by addIng Amendment to Article V 0'h.* Conaft- the General Election to held o th* the same I* freed t State the Council took action ark .0hl.
the Hazen accepting
b submitted the electors and I
tain' portiona of vaid tax_ thereto an adldtlonal Section creating tutlon of Florida relating toh.. Judicial first Tuesday after the first Monday in ef* Florida t ratification or rejectionat I Bridges. The Council ten welt into executive
nd and shall be tub two additional Senatorial Districts.BE follows Mayor Wall's ,resignation.
to adding thereto a Section November 1943. aa 'I
lrrtrtQf the State for IT RBSOLVFD BY THE LTCISLATUfUC D.p.rtmn\relating to the retirement of Judge SCTI0N-rrom and attar January the General Flection tn be held on the In !Hazen.. '4... ..;I ,. ..a.IMnrn* which G- '
,: irltM" the next Gen OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA ol the Supreme and Circuit Court I. 100. the County Tax Asaa.ior in theCounty first Tuesday after the 'Ira Monday : A' bit ot 'orJelaa.. In: L,. 'wa : 'ih
November *s .patte
held la That the following Amendment to Article Stat of Florida, 194.
to be IMS. MAU BE IT RESOLVED BY TilE LEGISLATURE ol Broward. SECTION 1. From end after January Jected Into (
VII of the State Conatitutlon. by Or THE OF FLORIDA hall assess all property for all Stat*. : Chas. Bennett Gives Attorney, A. I
excl e taxe now or adding thereto Section I creating two the STAT to County School and Municipal taxes to 1. 1950. the County Tax Aasemir finished paying his qualifying fee. to succeed I I
Florid Guy
Tat A In the County of Stat of ,
.L> jpon Baaoline or other additional Senatorial Districts. 1> hereby of the Constitution of b* levied In the County by the State, Iln.I.
and nubmltted to the electors Uc. SchoolDistrict. *, shall asaosa : for all Speaking Itinerary George Kopelousos, local restaurant -, Board of Bond .
I of petroleum or upon all agreed te. : adding a Section to b* known .. County County School D.rd. School. and Municipal :
j.t, anrt llqul4; uced ta of the Suite for ratification or reision Section 4 ol said Artlcl V. la herebyagreed .. Special Tax Sch.ol Dltrlc taxes S\ata. Cnty. In the county by theStats. operator, stepped forward and : M. Morgan, R.V,
n.ral l Eiect'on! In 1X8.aa .
tube engines for the giker : at the Q shall be submitted Port Districts. Drainage t I
I t Dltrlc. .* County School Board, I Ohiulen Democratic tttrd that he too wished to
vehicle and followelSECTION districts, Bert
to propel electors' of the State of Florida other txlnl School CDr.\ : Special Tax School F. Ht'nnpt Johns were
"h are r'lectcd and retained I. There I Ie hereby created tf'at'"n or r1.TU9n at tie next General ties by: ordinance request tel Districts and ,I. nominee for Congress will npuiik 1 qualify paying his fee in cash' members' '
I 1 fur the lelUle.no'ruethn. two additional Senatorial Dlstrnts to be "l- be assessed.T Munlclp.ltle. of the
txc Timely :! aa to
reconstruction known .. the Thirty-ninth <30th> and low.:E."n t : \ In'f. t"e.'"" L,'_at-: .:r* '- at the Legislative Intlv.. The Session* In! 1949 ah.1 from at the l.lf !- In behalf of his candidacy Fri ] to City Clerk Carl Johns. ment. I
i on and maintenance of Fortieth 140\ht> Senatorial District The Session In 1U IU and from time to t e ,t '
SECTION 48: Justices of the Supreme day. October 15 at Baldwin nt
laws thepower. .
time enact
bridget and ri.hu of Thirty-ninth OUth Senatorial District Court and Judges of toe Circuit Courta therefr. enact laws specifying th. ther..ft., functions, duties .peclfln. I A few minutes later G. J. Mc- E.. T. Shull, local
I or !'n' ill-ports, or for the ahall consist of Monroe County. The eligible to retire with _e..ton power, lnctl.n.. duties and ..orpancatIon aatlon. of Ccninty Tax Aanewor. deftlffnatedU I 10:00: a.m.; Lawtey at 11:00: a.m.: I ant, another local auto dealer,
: WrlrL, 'rj-'M and Interest Fortieth ((4Othi Senatorial District ahall may Instead of resigning' elect of Tax Ar. designated and' \I. Hampton at 12:30( Waldo peared before the
t r.\I. In Paragraph I of this Section 13 I : nt
r I'll l for ho Ic-ase. acquiiil consist of Washington and Calhoun Counties. In which e. they shall be In the fr.t of this entered the Counci chamber, I Ing that Sol
orCL. n.truction. repair Nothing herein ahall dlaturb the continue to .perform all of qu.I'le funclon S.\lon. and likewise, provide bylaw .shall. lke.i.i.th ptvld. by law roll for ofh.the.> d 2:00: p.m.; Hawthorne at 3i; p. I stating that he' wished to I
: enance of rcMida. Thirty-eight 138 .existing" Senatorial Districts. of their respective I offices when the et.n.lon on the ..m.nt pay who has been .'
jn -erIc all State exciseam the said Thirty-ninth 130thI SenatorialDistrict Court Justice or byh.. Senior taxes levied State County CounlyShool I- He
and In the said Fortieth ((40th School Districts Special Hoard School District !'Ip..lal wi speak Saturday Octn1 for Mayor. be
L i lad upon tfanollneprc Judge of his Circuit. It It b* a Judge Board School DUtrlct and Munlc'palltles.SECTION I restricted to
>r potroleum. ex Senatorial District within Seventy-Hv the Circuit They shall severally Districts, Port Dlotrlot. Drslnag 1 her at Key.ton. Heights at
Cor 14. 1. From and after Candidate Roberts was unaware
ti .. : after the election In 1948. to and dlatrlcta City Clerk Carl
i le than four (751 day. receive the compensation any \xlnll g I
Dlatrl. Tax
each of said Districts. I. 1050.h.* County C"I.rw 10:00: a.m.: Starke at 11:00: a.m.;
elect Senator from taxes that he kidded and '
2 jr in such productsb a a If they had resigned. Upon ajustm- mUDlclpltl. In the County of Stat was being that
it the
} he State Road Depart. The Senator elected from the meat by the Governor to any other Circuit may be County Tax ida. collect Pln..la. ** Ilo r Green Cove Springs at 12:30: pm.; for home with the. Impression was
t r: ,cr In the Thirty-ninth 3lthl) Senatorial Dlatrlct retired Circuit shall Assessor the paragraph ah.1 departed
,0. such Judge
man- pur.uant ,I- when Hankerson was
th by 11.e Stat County, County
| I'l' One cent, or more shnll hold office from hla election for have the same jurisdiction' and Pchool* District Snrclal Milliard at 3:45: p.m.; Callahan atC that he already had two
I .IpCL iMollne or other a term ending. on the First Tuesday alter .. other Circuit Judges. No pw.. SECTION from and after January Tax School Munlcloafltl I 4:15: p.m. and Fernajidlna at 5:30: a license back \
f nf, xtm.. except avlnW the Flat' Monday In January. 19W; and tired J".tc. or Judge .h.1 be requiredto 1. 11)00. the County Tax Collector Inh.. J. The .1I.'la ..th.* LeglatatIre opponents in his race for Mayor. that he operate only
> tIter be Impomxi by the Senator elected from the Forthnht40bl duties hi* County of Broward. State of Florida, 1 p.m. I
andi: proceeds retained Senatorial District shall hold office Call perform ta duty may be by special cn..nt general ahall collect .1 taxes levied In the Countyby time Session thereafter .141. law.no _from time thepowers t*> McQrlff told the Telegraphlater that it was not

"ng :.h. .everal counties from hi. election for. term ending on revocable order. Any Justice or the County County School And 1"lnl 43e that his entry Into the race
J U\c after the first MondayIn School Districts Special TaxSchoof I.Uon. dut.o .m\- license that he was
lame manner aa the the first Tuesday Judge who may have resigned before Board ot ] Credit
I Tax li llttrlbuted among January. 1850. and thereafter Senators this amendment bom.operative may i Dlatricta. Port District. Drainage ton Paragraph County I of.this dal.nated 14. Bureau was "Jiut a joke" and that he that area.
I,nuntlex ir.d used by: the elected from aald Districts shall come within Its filing a District, and any other taxing dlarlc.and .
had reclaimed
term c.rUfet. chill likewise provide for already his
01 f Admlnlntrntton. the State hold office for a term of Four years. of hla willingness to do municipalities, who taxes ., and th..olact' Meeting Called Bishop
nt inr" the several Boardsnrriwlanen Provided: that the Legislature Ia .<'<- the Clerk 01h.. Supreme Court. wl\ assessed by the Tax Assessor of car all"uo r.rtln. the County : I fee from City Clerk Johns. Counciman I
: .. provided In lead by law to alter or abollih said Districts pursuant to the lr paragraph of the ..clected 1 T expressed it as their
f-.Wf.: IX, of thla Constltu whenever representation la theSenate t preceding Section .rot CollectOr 11 i I. Paul Raymond local representa- There seemed to be some doubtas the Council was
nn Umltatinn aa to the la reapportloned. Th. Legislature the Lsglslatlv / ''I
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 1379A from BKNATB JOINT RESOLUTION NO. H tlve'of the Mobile Adjustment to whether .
"h tax provided' 80%" atir- Session of late and tun to the Kopelousos Hankerson to Reno "
than bf expended by the 4 JOINT RESOLUTION Prupoaing an tim thee.f enact law specifying the A JOIN RLqOLUTOP Proposing an Service, announces that a meeting qualifying was the level" or
Amendment ta Article VIII of the Constitution e in
pepartr en: for atate roadau House JOINT RESOLUTION NO. m .. dut.and compn.Uon ..- t Arlcta of U Coavntiitlon already possession r1 J
directed b7h.. Board'mmii A JOINT RESOLUTION. Proposing theAniendinont ol the of State of Florida for taxes relative and the toassessment of County T.. of adding the p will be held In the courthouse not but the restaurant operatortold license. Councilmen
i ncr! thereof. Any Article 111 of property In the first paragraph of this Section and additional Section relating te the .l. :
: 4. the
I' be :mpo'c > wed sxclu-lvelx fer air of members .Io to prvld.ha custody reporting and dliburs- Judge of the of.I' In end : afternoon that he was enjoyingtoo
.. relating to the eligibility County *. Florida. Esrnmhl 2 II for the of deferred until the
i thereto In the manner their compensation SlnLcl. ment of all taxes collected by Ui County : | purpose organizing a
!.ow. Nothing In thl- S..tlonmodl" of the Legislature the County: sh.1 ..the. Tax Collector. al: IT RESOLVED BY TuB L.W good business to go and get In order to give

CaMII1\1t1 Section 16. Article and BB!: remuneration.IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE1 of property levying of the State.County County. Shol* puro. LT.. OF T STAT o FORIAI. t I local credit rating bureau. mixed up In politico. He will not to the matter. !q

'0<\ July\ ;n 1049.Thla Section OF THS STATE OF FLORIDAI following Municipal taxes levied by t State, t of the State of Florida te b amended br d AU business men interested In b a candidate, he said. However,
SECTION 1. That the County, County School School JOINT RESOLUTION NO. SB* adding to L. B. Alvarez,
Amendment to Section 4. Article in of Dtatrlctl. Special Ta School Districts and SEAT RESOLUTION Popo.ln. a known t.r.t adlt'.1 Artiste lo d such a service are urged to at had not reclaimed hU'quali' station 8 Mj
the Conatitutlon of the State of Florida ofh.. County. and thnt the Amendment to Article VIII M ling at j
:T REi' Munlcllalu. lating the election of UJuelg* ** fying fee Wednesday afternoon.
imOal NO. 100T relating the eligibility of members of shall the stitution of the State of Florida relativeto s tend this Initial meeting.
1 3E30J; ION ..ndremuner.Uon. CoUac\r .Uet the Court of Record In end for BsarnbtaCounty. requested I
-n 17 3t froposins to the L.II.I.tur.helr compensation. said tax.RE assessment of property fo taxes and Florida. and th. earn. I I. aere- Deadline for qualifying a nl
Article XII ol thaut la hereby OI/r.ed to and THE LEGISLATURE thereto a light at that j
""Ih. !: IT RESOLVED BY the collection of taxes by adding by agreed to and] submitted
0LVEn Florida. shall be submitted to the electors of the or THE STATE OF FLORIDA: additional Section to provide that In the of the m.1' *b, Florid t I candidate for Mayor in the special speeded In
m TilE LEGIS"5ThTJ -%- State of Florida for ratification or re- the Article the County of Volusla. Stat of Florida, lee t Formed Here88kow7wct up ,
TJ Am.ndm.nt *t the election is l
:: >>F FLORIDA tot folowln. Tuesday Oct. 19.
General r.Jelo '
Iswbtir tection. at the next VII of \ Slte the County Tx Assessor shall asses the Election M b* th* First it would not bloC
101. .cndmcnt to See- >e held In November. 1948: that Is to of '\ the ...m.nt property of the County for the purpoeeof day after the First Monday In November. :
"I' >t the Constitution that Section 4 of Article HI ofh.. relalv of and __ _- front of his station
in ric say collection 'In the County: levying State County. Scol 1D48 *s follow
eStee. -elating, to ajduaani Constitution of the State of Florida shaUbe Saint Lucle. Stat of Florida by addingthereto Municipal taxes levied by State The Jules the Cean* Capital Outlay Survey iencing his customers. ,
nii. be cublc amended and as amended shaU read additional section to be know County.: County School Board. School SECON 4. for 0 Coim- p-! I Indicated.'i
'fb. Slat of follows- 14. be and the Tax School Districts 0 Ree"d r".mbt cil was In sympathy
rotJ as .. Section 13 and Section DI.trl.tx. Special ahall hereafter b* by thequalified Started In
tec:' >: rejection atM "SECTION 4. Legislator. quallflca.lions. same Is hereby agreed to and shall be and Munlclp.IU' of the County and County County Alvarez and !
bald IB 1948i -- .Iawr .I .
salaries, etc. Senatora and mem- submitted to the electors of the State that Ta Collector shall collect other 0 sea agee

.t i The Legislature >;rO-iheii .. of Representative* ol Florida for ratification. or rejectionat the ..t tax. el.t for a term Count,"Wotl y. The) I Ic Principals of county schools, gate and see .
qualified ejectors In thereop..ttv. the General Election to b* held on BB IT REOIV BV THI LrVJULATURI .laU0'o said offIce be .
-? nce by the shall be.duly counties and dlrtrlcta for tha fra Tuesdnv after the first MondayIn ? 0 !: OF FLOnrUAl held G.n..1 In I9nn nupervlsora. School Board Mem.bers .
J f each coun- N 1U<8. follows: That the following amendment Artlcl and .,. E.elon be
Yr or ire ace of the which they were. Senate'chosen.and The House pay ofRepresentatives SECTION In the members ofh. tn.Th.
I have county. shall been dollars a day uary 1. 1930. the County Tax A... Stat Florida relative to the asacaament first .r of thIs fice of County Superintendent A.
'l ap- and In addition )- In the County of Saint Luc!*. Stat of and collection of all taxes In the amendment h.lnh.*
>f the votes east for each day of the ahall ewlon be :paid for subsistence Florida shall assess all property: for all County of Volusla. Stat of Florid*. by Tuesday 0.11 Flit Monday u> rln. R. McRae last Friday night for
a isjorlty of the thereto they School and Munlclp.1t adding thereto sections' to b* an
a end Stat County ear,.
r alltled electors not more than for each seven day dollars of the taxes vo b* levied in the County by the known a Sin adlon SI0 IT.b Any 111. tn sold otto, wtilafc a pre-survey course of instruction '

>. Issued Jiall participate.hereunder session fifty cents and a mileage day to be paid to and *. County. County School bonrd. and the .a. I hereby agreed to and occur* prior"said rim Tuesday .t conducted by James C. Campbell To Start :i J'
Special Tax School Districts shall submitted to the elector* :
tr II x, the school Indebt-. from their the homes nearest to the and seat most of aov.mment pricUcol -- and Districts.Munlclpslltles. the b of Florid for r.t fe.U.or 0 shall the First b* filled Monday by: appointment in January by the. c of the State Department of Oct
'y including special by shall at the Legislative at the General to be -
ln: .btedn... at the rate of not more than 2. The Lellilatur jeio EI."lon Governor and eonflrm ton! by the Hen Education.
Incurred route Session In 1B4H and from time to the first Tuesday a the first ate '
ldo heretofore the
as provided Con \
mile for
ned J' this amendment seven and one-half oanta round per trips In any tlm* thereafter enact laws to take effect blond 0 In November. IH. a. fullowstSEC.iIO7l In ease longer M This was the first step in the R. B. Avarz. ,
four .tub.t
11 p.-,. .ph.under hau the exceed pro- not regular more session than nor for more than two only. after approval referendum by the .Ia 0 1. 1B5O,15.the I.County ad. after.. .Ja- Turtay n .t the Frrs capital outlay survey of the county Stt -fjgasm p -''!
1 : extraordinary said County st e uary A. Monday In January. and the
h. or
thorny JufJtl'd. value of round trips In" any special that purpose specifying the powers. functions the County of Vnlusl Stat of Florid. tar or tenure of office lo any one school system which I now tht the 'firC.pa I
p I hr .', county acuance session. du\le and compensation of County shall ...e. all property lor' State. ponte to said office for the under The current l I
m.nt Retting
for way.
V to be county Tax Assessor designated In Parsgrsph 1 County. School and Municipal taxes shall survey aal
II I I" "I
tendi ..: hereunder of shall such) HOUSE!: JOINT 50I.tmnN: NO. Ill of this Section II. and shall likewise, provide to b* lvle. I the County by the Stt. First .n the .-. ; must b. completed before any Thursday Oct. 21,
Th.e' law the extension on the ,. School Board. Sh"1Dlotr'c. In January.
Je I, n. onAmendm.nt ( 11&1. 2pm.
7flv( Within not to A JOINT RESOLUTION Prnnoj. ,(VII swatwneflt 1 of prllo -1
''' rl .
from Section
.C 1ad by the the Lecl.date. of the Constitution of of the State of Flortd> nr ol all t.School.levied Board.by: the School State Districts.Count Muncp.Uta. shall at the In conflict hawll hereby repealed. ,. to the county by the State Al nuts to b sold ',

;:;'.L 'Ou1'r: h" voted relating to the Amendment of acid ConBMT Special. County Tax School Districts and MunJcIp.illtl" .:.. S.lon Ultll.lur. and from tm.Leia IM TESTTMOlfy WKTH-EOF I ha** Itt..l5 Department. market later : '

t2n_, such bond. atltutton : time enact law heroirrtto st my: hand and affixed that As of that day Mr. ,rand
HF-iOLVro: BY THF LFOISLATURE th.re.f. ..c"ln.h. an Initial step In the I
Payment of the : .. ,
:1.4 14. I. From snd after Janu duties open.- Crest Seal of the Bute of Florida 5* survey
Y and Ut. principal OF THB!: STATE Or menHnnent FLORIDA:of ai IECln.. 1 the Cn ntv Tax Col'-ctnr of tion County Tax Asue-nnr l.e.uastel I.h...... the thla the 1st d.T. snot maps be for he urges all 1
aol: half become due That the fallowing\ the County of Lucle. State of In Pariftraph I of this Section 14. and Augujt D. QUAY. mu prepae do f
of the Constitution 1.lnt A 1. R A determining possibly can. to ;
*ied XVII
.r on QUt ..taVtUt *- Section 1 of Article shall tax* levied in shed provide by taw Las tbs I density population s p
SB ao- of the State of Florida" relating flrl "Uat a 1.wt .f.. in the county as a prerequisite to the market the day I .1; 2 1

iaes.. .; for deciding upon the beat opening sale in order !
'tfiiitj _. -- --. .:- ; and most logical center for schools. may b weigh In :11
DL&tJi.aai. a.a.eeeawe -J represented at the Ark Sunday Bradford County will b there "with belts on" when Fuller Warren i Inaugurated Governor of I When the spot map. are com W ht '

by ten ships. Jacksonville For. This -e a we.bt ,to make with the organization last Friday night of a local chapter I plat a survey tam from the laying the atar of J'<

tarke than wholesome training of future by the Riverside Flying Club the & Inauguration Committee when L tI Gre*n. former Cncr.mn warn host t a group come Ito It .will b,ae ,to

at a dinner la the Guidon Grtlt Mr. Green bee the and I the 3;
Florida Air Service and many h \ named chairman of the local organization upon county complete the pltfor ; !I

of life? All from the recommendation of N, D. WaCht, Jr.. and O. J. McGriff Warren's campaign managers here wi b \ :.
'tizenship personal ships .
in the American way I ple. manager J,
the Clay Aviation School at Pen- during the primary. Committee chairmen appite.J Friday night were: Finance, Mule Carter; Te Lunch Box stated ". I

Costumes, Mrs. Lex Green; Fat C. H. ; Queen;.Mrs. J. R. Kite; Publicity, E. Matthew. Kr.'Alvra i

anyone is interested, please call Mrs. ney Cheshire Far Flying and Service ships from of U I)(n. Gladys Canora w serve a secretary awl Mr*., J. R: Kite as tnuur of the local L group. Pictured Rpe have hv let been cntte 1 \' ,

P ab attal.last rday. dinner a(left to 'right, standing): Representative elect J. P. T Lunch'Box: on S. Walnut pr& tt :'I\

laU were also o hand. a1r J I McOriff. ) C. H. Nasworthy, Mr. Najworthy, Mrs. N. D. Waln- SIne' baa been reopened under Prices hye vet

ward Burns or Mrs. Lemuel Colson The public cordially Invited wright, Jr. Rep. Wainwright.; Chairman Grn. McOriff. G. B. Stanley. George Kopelousos. Mae management of J. H. Nix. Uh but It no. t f ""1

t attend the Soaring Meet now Carter, L. O. H ae r. J. Shaw. (L to right seated t Mrs. R. O. Davis, Mrs. J. R. Kte, K. The restaurant has best closed SO No i

[OUr help is urgently needed. abe for O 17. Activities Kite. Mrs. P. Stump. Mrs. Lex Oreen M GlYlCa P. r Bridge Mr. Bridges. Mrs. Carter : for. the peat week four weeks and re- charged Iw.

last w begin until about 10 ainand w and photo W.by B.J.Muady.P. UdlL A present but not shown I te piture were R. G. Davis and Ben Rowland. (Staff p.m opne Sandwich la p. with hOI 4 of the. auction.Mr. Atvfctes. 1 I 11 J

I p.m will b featured. regular mea, heavy crop of nut* tt'fi' )



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I, Jt, .
111-:'.f PAGE EIGHT Fkm.) ..
1; '"
.. Ii\ hall ,'lof Florid. Acts of 1925. *HO* inp% "..e as a firm lien
"1 County Telegraph publlshthis over the above
10 & Castello Rafuse In JapanSgt. / Wallace Boy Scout Notice Order In n.*t four weekly lesueaWitness ,Ithe dlM"i>lutlun of nucli corporation, denrrlbed land:; and each n""'. apo,
\ Given .
Abbott .tl.- of N"lh'. I
Is required '
t' > ,''!:'r my hand! and official. Sealat : hand the Secretary of State you are hereby to file 'hal'! "hlrb
J Rafuse The Scouts 70 $I,rk., Florida, this September fled that the requirements of lawheve your appearance, personally nUt tour veeybDuhlktvltnese !
Frankenstein of ffjTVoop are
t i Meet Harold son 25, 19... been complied' with. -- -- -- attorney In said Court cau.J 1. :
,: Mrs Leila Newnom of Starke gathering up old l& w"spapes; to (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas .. .rlt"r... wkrrrof, I have hereunto on November 1. 1 "8, and thereaf" Nea' least t
'; \ At Park Theatre Place On Ballot'Florida AH Clerk of nail Court. set my hand and have .affixed to file your written defenses within Floridax'a. ...
t\ Force Day on 'f
; celebrated Air help build their home. They will ily Haven Crosby, I). C. < the ilri at Seal l of the State of Florida the time prescribed by law otherwise her A. I jhriR> 't Qltt r
d, t Sept. 18 at JAMA (Japan Air call at Chan. It. (less 304-05 Uuaranty! Life at TallnhaMxpe. the Capital.' I the allegation of the IIFFII'I"L' r r
j When horror meets comedy Air Force Baseat your house'Saturday Bulldln'. JaokHonvlIle, Florida L..I.. the twrniv-thlri! day of Hepteml Complaint' will be taken a"eoS'1 ..r JeA4,
k Material Area) ..... r "
\, : film audlencea may expect something voters In November's morning. It would be appreciated Ally fur Plf. 10-1 4t 10-21 >*r, A. D. 1948! r ed by you Bradford County ( ? ,nh p,; '',t l J
He ia servIng .. ,. '. Ir gat neAitt
in entertainment Tachikawa. Japan. general election will find HenryA. :\L) H. 'IH" Telegraph Ie the duly qualifiedHIGHEST ;.n'
and exciting
new with the Far East Air Forcesat if you will give them any old IM' CIHCflT (' 110.1 Secretary of Mtate.lt. I r n:.llb
01 H'r. Bll UJFOH" 9iyb
M and that Is what fllmgorra Wallace (Progressive) and J. .... I !
; and mainten- ( OrvrV. .OHIO." 1tll.t:>- CliuTTr
supply OKIIII 1"1
thLa huge newspapers or magazines lTHH tot BT
are promised In the new Strom Thurmond (States Rights) thaj tKHV.I.KHHlr; ,,
tlFOltl> l 0t > l1l. fr'I.OItllt.tl :
Theatre ance depot thatlpMo'lces planes you have and do not JnhnHon Ellis Plaintiff. VH. .
show opening at the Park given equal space on the ballot need. l> ( IIIXKHV.. |I
i .
It troy E. Kllln, Defendant. 'ami No.OIIMKH
(E'' Sunday: "Abbott and Costello I for Japan and Korea.of with Harry Truman (Democrat) 9098. Heeds la** Markham an Admrx.lrlfflt ". j:1 CASH PRICED
etc., i'lalntlff VH. John II. ( ,
I:;' ; Meet Frankenstein". Abbott and Costello funferfts. and Thomas E. Dewey (Republican NOTICEI ::' OF BI.ICMTIOV TO APPKAH' AMI.NOIICK \ > al.] Defendants. Ca. .e No.' .yet. i
to Imagine the laughs While the screenplay was writ. ). STATE; OF Jo'LOHIU.to: OllO.K: OK HI.K'tTlOX. AMIOTICK I
It's easy have .,. I
resigned from the .au
i :> TO
I meat _.._ ,:
Jo; IlllM, whoM lasts -
I' : and thrills that develop when ten largely for laughs there area The State Legislature. In a .a,__. ,. Coy renldenc

"r. this popular comedy team comes I IJ sufficient number of spine- I I special two-day session In Tt
J face to face with those terrifying I tingling episodes to make It pop- hassee recently, passed a
t I act permitting voters to m__
/ I'Q I monstera--Frankrnsteln ular with those .who enjoy having
I *. a single-mark choice of any "
Dracula. and the Wolf Man. The their blood chilled.
I.i.; the four presidential Candida
I1-\ t oft Lon Chaney, Jr.. and Bela Lugosl
f result la a top-rate package Efforts to keep Wallace off
.') escapist entertainment that will share acting honors with the two ballot were defeated in the'' i .

\ parallel or surpass past record comedians. ate 25 to 9, and In the he
56 to 21. Although not a Sit
,j" t, 4 I member. .' of either. house Nnnk
-- ---- --'
rI '
5 kind word for any Wallace

; 5r ''p P-R-E-P-A-R-E N-O-W I Icy, many fought to give .- .
a 11 ballot space if Thurmond v .
to be recognized. f I:'

Under the old law only D .,

X 4 1, Winter Is Just Around The Corner I ocrata ognlzcd and for Republicans ballot space were, .. -, .r"

tI even these parties could not .'
the name of a presidential <
( For Clean Efficient Winter Warmth-RUY didate on the ballot. Votes v

,I GAS! cast, instead, for party presi ,.'
tial electors.

t 't When You Heat With GAS You Get; Quick This year the eight De mOt. I '

,e Clean Heat With Nothing To Bring In No tic electors nominated In \1

fi Ashes To Take Out. I primaries split 4 to 4 betw .. ...... r I'o
support of Truman and TI
f : The SLAPE GAS COMPANY INC. Offers mond, leaving supporters of elt

You IMMEDIATE: INSTALLATION: On GAS candidate no way to cast a .
If EA TEUS. [ vote for him.
tiT ,,", .,
The new ballot will have c I .
9 separate square for each of """ I

Eq Buy NOW And Stay Comfortable! four recognized presidential tleta. j-, .,
1i Above the name of the c J'
y. J didate will be a circle in wt : .
the voter can make a cross ';f; ...
vote for that candidate. Stral .

ticket voting for all Candida ,..' ,
of a party for State and Cou 'J'..: .. i ,, '." l
SLADE GAS COMPANY Inc. offices was abolished. The vc ','''d'r' 0" "

will have to make an Individ ,':s i r .
choice between Democratic ,
i we vt 5 4\
213 E. Call St. Republican candidates for ....',,i", ,
same office.Installment. '*'/ iJJ ::: '1
.. '
iI i Phone 121 Starke, Fla. :?-
I '" .
ark Buying :.l
Placed .
Under "
*::1.! ,

Federal ControlInstallment
'ItI,! .
buying has (' ,,! : .
; turned to Federal control. .
.J4flfSALE \.'"
Down payments! and length I''".
time to pay will be govern 1 >i:

fl$ :f' JOYNER'S GROCERY Ordinary Mont consumer charge accounts goods cost wo ,.. ... ". .'

$50: to $5,000( are covered. ,, )' ,.

Easy payment loans are tit ..
J 223;) S. WALNUT ST. limited. *'t .... ..
It is an antl-lnflatinn step ten .+
t I1 by Congress. President Trun y f
f .
!said it is only "a tiny fraction" .. "

"" 15 PERCENT DISCOUNT ON what Is needed. -. t
\, .i: '
: The Federal Reserve Bo .!'i" '/ "
I' w, ALL MERCHANDISE. NO LIMIT. mode the rules. There are cr: ,'r: .. '::: '."
'"penalties and the board a -4... .',..."J; ". ." ,

has the power to put a viola .lJ, I
nut of credit business. -
f : 't.. .
Here the terms
HOW IT WORKS: After down payment, 18 mon "'J ,

'1k' 'n pay If the balance excel -

:3 Tall Milk @ 17c ______________ .51 $1,000 15 months If $1.000 or U Y
) 1 Box Any Soap Powder __,___________ .38 One-third down on automobll
Twenty per cent uown on cc .. ..
II !i 5 Pounds Meal (Dixie Lily) ______________ .53 stoves: Uuliwashers, loners, '. ..

1c ; -c 5 Pounds,;! Grits (Dixie Lily) _____u____ ..55i :; rlyeiuloi,,; washing machines, r.' f -.:", ... ,
r jonuiUuners: radios, phonogrupeievlmun )
I i 5 Pounds';! Flour (Ballard's or Pillsbury's) __ 1.05;) seta, sewing muchuicltianeis : >, ,

;l t ) 5 Pounds Sugar ___________a.____________ .52 acuum. furniture a '(; ': :' "
i ougs..t"e1'8onal
4'; ; 1 Pound Coffee ________________________ .60 loans of lending how .
t i 'J' "
4: : must be repaid within lo or '".,',,. ?
1 ,. ---- months depending on the size: -'.., ,: :..
it r jvcr >iUKu the minimum rnontl ',<)t?'
X.TOTAL n____________________ 4.11 Is /" ; :,;
payment $70. r. .
4 ""> S Less 15 Percent __.____________ .62 exempt tn .u credit control i :. ,'j,
medical dental, hospital edu ,
wional and funeral expenses; loa ,. ,,
real estate and home ." '..
for Improi .
.. '
ALL YOU PAY 3.52 ment loans to for fire a '.
__, ; pay :- '
casualty Insurance; business .
agricultural loans; credit to de- ,
era who buy goods for resa "
I p rl loans to }Federal state or lot .

"I i't'' : Back again at your favorite store charltaoie governments und, educational or to reugioi oigaizatlonn ,

i'4' and any credit uiid
the Government rehabilitateand

;flit SANTONE Corduroys readjustment PI'Ugll&.UI. .

i Recent Births

4 \ Mr. and Mr. Earl Johnson '.
yi M .....uetter Oa. announce the bit

5 of a. son, James Milton, on S* .. ..
.emuer 40 in the Kennedy H<
t y Il pltal there. i
Airs. jounson Is the daught
'V-i of Alia.. J.1.. urowmee of SiarlBirtiui
annouiicBii at b.&iU"co'

v I Hospital: fi II ..
slj i )oor. anu Mrs. James Dre\vy
t dtaiKe. a son, James Micha

j r ", FOR THE HACK TO SCHOOL CROWD !, born ,September 22. Jl
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Flo .
: ':au)' 01 aiar" r. a uaunrii.
31-- t Younffttrm! ,,1Jrut.. for thtttr Santone plnwhcH 1 corduroy "but-
Frances Louise born Sept. 2:
tonl_" O'Allt and Set.*. They have adjustable suspenders and Mr.\ and Airs luiiu CHJ e

y1I.I I walatM, and the, grtppep match the colon of the material Jones of SUrKe, a daunt

rw 1 S.-t-ln pockrtx andn-uff bottoms; matching cotton flanI lining Cheryl Darlene born Sept. ?;;a
In the JackrtM. variety of favorite pastel and staple colors. Mr. and Mrs. Loonie Crwf .

of .
o n !>.I1W.4&J. born oepiembor'a i" r
O'ALI ((1 to 3)) $2.98 Mr. and Mrs. VVuiiam' Rob {
K. c dilierson of Vvaldo, a son V.iu.ni ,; .
, !t a AILS ((3 to 6)) $3.50 Kooeil, Jr., burn a: pw. XMr. .
and Mrs. Ned Carol Cc

ALSO I, man rot SUrna, a MMI,', \'Knvuuin -
eptemoer: ;41.

Bojs Boxer Style Long Pants ____ __________ $1.98UO's' NOTICETo I flADVANCE li L) r li n 11 U U LJ 1J I AT REASONABLE rRICES

SWEATERS ______ $1.98 my many friends and customers rVed

xe Boys' Red & Plaid Flannel Shirts __________ $1.98 I want" to say that my closingout SHOWING GREATEST HEATING ALL REGULAR Z
of the Uaosett ExchangeStore :
was due to the estate of COME IN TODAY Nv4SOYEARS

,i ) p All- Yool Suits with Short or Long: Pants my father. I .wUl open a new I BREAD2
business In the near future. Until
q j4f Boys COW BOY SUITS I open up a business in town

I am continuing to give the public -
a complete Venetian Blind FARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLY
.1. r The SMART SHOP.PE Service. Also will carry furniture ,
5 and premiums in the building 144 W. Call St. LB. MULLET, GOOD & FRESHNUCOA39CIFISII
starke. Florida
: .1 Starke. Florida which Is located at my residence -
p west of Starke.M. .
Andrews. M
&T. e'
D. Gassett. -
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Outblows Tornadoes 19-6; "


L heavier Seabreeze lines-
r ,
Sand Craba ota f
enabled Governor To See
trounce aL
>., Beach to Established in 1877 It
; Starke Tornado team 18Tin Tornadoes Play Official Countu Publication 1/

of theU
BUS the second schedule game played Inns In Palatka VOLfMC SCVENTV: STAKKE FLORIDA FRII-'.", OCTOBER 8, 1948 NUMBER FIF1Y-ONE: "I'

night Sept.

.3Ixe sand in Crab considerably the team first was half In,very but the Friday bf Palatka's Governor on hand night new Mlllard for when the$40,000 Caldwell the dedication Bradford stadium\vu of\ Tobacco AverageHits New Council Calls Special Election November 9 I

noon Tornadoes meet Putnam .
I High.A

,L r stanza to gain allowing 8 of their first brief dedication: ceremony will New High; .-. -. ....... .- Of
( .
be held between halves of the Accepts Resignation Mayor;
us >t the game. I game.
accounted for
unfleld drives It U. expected: that a large Brings $95,204In
team's touch- '
i the the Daytona first and second number of Tornado fan. \will Will Let Voters Decide Whether

e,, n Their third tally cameL follow the team. over to Palatka e ;I tlWhistle' 0,
? for this of
game. spite hazardous weather
when they
T-ed third their period own fumble be- conditions this year, Bradford 4 Signal Blows Or GoesStarke'a

line. 33, Seabreeze 29. County tobacco growers sold 196- ,
third quarter the Tor- Fumbles: Starke 4, Seabreeze 4. 996 pounds of flue-cured tobaccoat '
[ the Own fumbles Live Oak and Lake City auctions e : g 1 N the 4t
L connected with a long recovered: Starke 11efIk new City Council Tuesday night accepted
Conner to Jamesrs 2, Seabreeze 3. from July 22 to August 28 wr ,. called election
I f rom Glenn resignation of Mayor H. C. Wall and a special IIi

[ which was good for 55 BitS Starting Lineup. according County Agent to figures T.! I{. McClane released this by i AY J "': to be held November 9th to name his successor. II I

i and a near score. Tho Winkler Ga., LE that
; Wainwrlght week. The tobacco averaged 48.3 Starkites will also be ,given the opportunity on ,
k. threat ended when Sea- J, LT; Edwards LG: Roberts. C (" I i I"
: cents per pound grossing a totalof date to express their approval or disapproval of the
it" recovered a Tornado fum- Johns RG; Eaves RT; Phillips, $9\.204.10. This total poundagewas i't. :\ ., time signal at the City Light & Water Plant. : 1
ir the Starke 9 yard line. RE; Conner QB Reddish, HB, it' ,
; r ( '
produced 198 measured 'Wall tendered his resignation in mid-August
and Starke had HB on i fll\ Mayor ,
punted I Crosby ; Sapp FB.
eeze 11! on the Sand Crab 30. I I Substitutions: Crews S; Johns acres which gives an average pro- PLs :; I'% Sie ,{i- when he was called back to active duty with the U. S. Army t

fumble gave the ball to C.; Cooley C.; Thornton D.; Ham The duction of 995: pounds. per acre. 'J//" as Chief of Manpower Section. of the.State Selective Service_

ezi and they with the aid |Iilton; Carter C.; Crosby V.; Ha- this Is County the highest Agent yield advised' acre that / 1\\ '. Staff in St. Augustine. The I .

penalties marched down zen, Futch Clark Grlder Park- on record in this county.per r ." :: ,. Roberts QualifiesIn Council at that time however, 't' !
,.,o t( score again. hurst, F. ( refused to accept the resignation ;

t, ist! quarter Starke tooki Palutka Tonight tobacco Last season's figures show and less Mayor's Race and r... A. Canova, Counn
Jack Hazen intercepted produced per acre a --t
'i' For their third consecutiveout cil chairman served acting I
and wound lower price on more harvestedacres. as :
t f:rab yard pass line. With the upi of town game the Tornadoes In 1917 growers produced 1 'l ..rr Mayor during the absence of t
Journey to Palatka
tonight\ (FrI- Wall.
206,139 pounds 212 acres sell
t penalty and a short pass day) to meet Putnam High In the ,I
wound on the ing for $79,897.63 an averageof .1
,'irnadoes up new $40,000 Palatka stadium The question of whistle
rtszc 2 vard line Again GlenntltpP'd which will be dedicated between slightly less than 39 cents per *" .' te ...
pound. The 69 growers last .aar.w, 'tot
short over year
.i a pass who halves. Although beaten by De- averaged 851 pounds per acre. .... '1_ r has been a moot subject since f
James Phillips
t0 land Palatka is reported to havea '
the started'
was several -
I the touchdown for Starke. good line and a strong back- Only 62 growers of the 112 II..ULND FAHKU'KM.: : Three retiring members: of the Clty'Council shake hands with their J
Gamy Statistic who received allotments this year for the newt Tuesday. night. Pictured from J, months ago. Due to protests > r
field offering formidable opposition successors as the city governing btxly reorganized year ,n '
.: downs (rushing) : Starke to the light Tornado squad. planted tobacco. Total allotments left to right are James Lewis L./O. Hazen and Buddy Bishop newly elected members; L. A. Canova from residents in ,the k
0.K Issued to farmers for 1913 totaled neighborhood the whistle I I t
.ibieeze Coach James Hobbs has been and P. L. Bridges, holdover members; and 'w. 1\(. Edwards Junius M. Smith and C. A. Knight retiring 1
downs (passing) : Starke fortunate 323.3 acres. I Mowing was finally discon :
in the matter of Injuries members. ( Staff photo by J. P. Udell.) i
M breeze 2. so far this season but With this year's crop out of the tinued.

Kdowns: (penalties) : Starke weather conditions have been unfavorable way now Is the -time to be thinking Since that time, however strong I

:reeze 2.gained. for practice this week about tobacco beds for 1919 First Call For sentiment in favor of blowing: the
r: (rushing) : Starke I Mr. McClane warned. Superior Street Superintendent Position I
with a water-sogged field sending I whistle has developed, and Tuesday -
To Be r
209galned Physicals
| aoreze Hobbs scurrying around lookingfor results have been obtained by the night a petition containIng
r'! (passing) : Starke a dry place for his boys to use> of chemicals for weed control. '' Made Board than 200 i
By more names was presented -
BS 1;;,,abrrezo 9 Starke drill. The chemicals used are uramon I|, Will Be Open To Bidders SoonOn to the Council asking that the i I
lost penalties:
; by or calcium cyanamid. They maybe i I I The first call for Armed Forces
Home Game Oit. 13 I time signals be resumed. In view
abrceze 43F : broadcast the I I I f
uniformly over Examination for Local
Physical I of the fact that an election wouldbe
Tornado fans will their
F;* attempted: Starke 16 see prepared bed at the. following .Board No 18. Bradford, Clay and motion of Councilman H.A, ,inning r Itt large within the city held on Nov. 9, the Council t

re-ze 8, first home game of the current rates: 1 pound of uramon and 11 i I I Union Counties will begin Wednesday (Buddy) Bishop, Jr., seconded. ; limits, ; to directly supervise: all decided that the best way to settle ,I

sea completed: Starke 5, season when BHS meets Gaines- pound cyanamid or 1 pound of October 13. L.: O. Hazen and unanimously I workmen employed. by the cityIn J. P. Roberts. local auto dealer the Issue once and for all 'would

eze 3. Starke ber ville 13.BHS at. Bradford Park on Octo- uramon and 1.2 pound of cyana- i i I The selection will be in sequenceof carried, the new City Council Tuesday I connection with the performance ont, Representative-Elect to the be to put it to a vote of the. peo- I
rda punts average: mid per square yard. The bed dates of birth without regard night ordered an ordinance of the duties Outlined.." State Legislature Tuesday night pie t
should be watered before the prepared repealing Ordinance 103 ('omlDltt_ NamedIn .j I
to race or color, commencingwith paid his qualifying fee as a Canova ReElectedL.
eral Servicesd Graduate application If the weather Is dry the oldest registrant who Adopted Oct. 21, 1017, creating the addition to Street Maintenance candidate for Mayor of Starke'' In A. Canova
was a*
and at intervals after six i
again has been classified in Class 1-A. position of Supenlntendent of the following committees the special election to be held 1
| SaturdayMiss Killed When Shot weeks if the weather continues chairman of the Council as the ,
1 I All selectees who are called for Streets at a salary not to exceed were named: November 9. i
first order of business after the
dry. Plow; disk the materialInto
Mansell In Jugular] Vein the. top gr 4 to 6 'inches of soil. this Prelnductlon Physical Exam- $100' per month. Snftey: Bridges; ., chairman, Mr. Roberts was present At new members. Buddy Bishop L. I
ination are cautioned not to re- Thin position has been held Bishop and Lewis the Council meeting, and expressedhis !
Seed beds should be treated I. O. Hazen and JamesLewis, were
Susanna Manscll 69 died Friends will to learn of preferably their but to secure since Oct., 1916 by exCouncilmanW. t
regret sign or quit Jobs desire to qualify as soon as
In Johns.
between October 1 and Sanitary: Lewis chairman worn by City Clark Carl ; h
30 In the Alachua County I I the death of Joe Allen Lander 23 a leave of absence from M. Edwards whose. services I. Hfl7 the Council took action accepting
and !
October 20 asto'be ready for n Bridges.
o Council theft went Into
iul I after an illness of two a 'farmer resident, of the State their employment to take the in, this capacity are now term- Wall's resignation. exaoutlve I

i,.. ..*.( **#: .- '." .EarnX0e ii< .'.'*"1ant at PH8. ,T olnntlng tobacco-, -seed. about physical examination.. /*.* inated. A. .. ,r.\E"t\ Hazen.- .._ .........._ Mayor. waatn ,(fMsaton, ;.during which O..r',
Christmas 'time.The I A' bit of horseplay : L.: 'Patten wa reappolnted :ttY"I
'a Susie as she was af.ately Young Lander moved to Ral- I Registrants receiving questionnaires Appointed Tuesday night wasa I jected Into the scene as Roberts I
C. A.
treated bed should not be Attorney, Knight was named I
(: known by all spent ford with his parents in 1923. disturbed until plant bed fertilizerIs or desiring assistance may Street ,Maintenance Committee i Chas. Bennett Gives finished paying his qualifying fee. to succeed Guy Andrews on the I
pure life on the family home- entered Bradford High School and contact a member of the Registrants composed of Councilman Bishopas I George Kopelounos local restaurant
I applied care being taken not Speaking Itinerary Board of Bond Trustees, and M.
I south of Starke. She was graduated from there In the class Advisory Board: chairman P. L. Bridges andL. operator, stepped forward and I 'I I
to work the fertilizer in deep M. Morgan R.V. Alvarez and
i-cond daughter of the late of 1912. He was a member of the O. Hazen. who will direct this
enough to bring live seed UsIng One Wiggins! Ford Garage Chillies F.. Rrnnott Demll'rutlonomln..e nt,ited that he too wished to Bert Johns were reappointed asmembers'
n. F and Hannah Spark- football team in 1910, '41. and '42 up phone of the city's operation until for Congress will his fee in cash ''r l
chemicals for weed control Cleveland Driggers Torode speak qualify! paying of the Police Depart-
'nsell.: Later he attended the Universityof naves hours of backbreaking Co. the Council takes further action In behalf of his candidacy Friday to City Clerk Carl Johns. ment. I

P s survived by a brother, Florida and Georgia Tech in many Chevrolet In this matter, probably at i October IS, at Baldwin, at
work and enables the grower A few minutes later O. J. MeGriff -
Home & K., T. Shull, local plumber
Atlanta. Guy Andrews Farm Its first meeting in November.It appeared -
Mansell of Starke, and I 10:00: am. Lawtey at 11:00
to use old land Instead of preparing ; : am.J: another local auto dealer before the Council
stet Mrs. Gladys Ayer and i Young Lander was employed asIan new land each year. A Auto Store Is expected that the repeal- I Hampton at 12:30: pm.; Waldo at entered the Council chamber, that Sol requestIng !i

et Mansell Ayer of Wal- i agent for the State Tick Eradication bulletin on tobacco plant beds L. O. Hazen Starke Fla, 333 Ing ordinance will bo adoptedat 2:00: p.m.; Hawthorne at 3t.O:: p. stating that he also wished to pay who has been Hankerson issued licenseby Negro
Department and was W. Call St. the Council's mid-month meeting m. nnd Melrose at 5:00 a
I :
has been Issued by the Experiment pm.He the qualifying fee as candidate the
I al services were held at t killed In performance of his du Station and can be obtained Louie H till Law ley, ,Fla. Oct. 10. at which time spec I will speak Saturday October for Mayor. be City to do plumbing work i

n aside in Prevatt Cemetery ties, He and another agent a from the County Agent. Harmon Morgan Brooker, Fla. ifications and requirements will 16 at Keystone Heights at Candidate Roberts restricted to operating in Reno. I
unaware I
las afternoon at 3 o'clock I t Mr. Powe had gone to a riding probably be set forth governingthe 10:00: a,m.; Starke. at 11:00: a,m.; that he was being was kidded and 1 City Clerk' Carl Johns stated
RoL D. Haines officlat- academy near Danla Fla., to employment of a supervisor that it was the original intention
i 4
I Mrs. Weeks To Green Cove Springs at 12:30: pm.; for home with the, Impression +.
\\"lUams\ funeral home of "wash down" two horses which Airpark Contests Open for street work garbage collection Hllllard at 3:45: pm.: Callahan at departed -; when Hankerson waS! first Issued 1 1a
that he had two
ty was in charge of ar- were too sick to be moved to a Restaurant Oct. 16 etc. It Is planned to have 4:13: : p.m. and Fernandlna at :3.30p \: already license back during the war }II,
Irenta, I I dipping vat. The owner of the applicants submit bid". for this ,m. opponents In his rare for Mayor. that he operate only in Reno but 'I'}

oearers were Lester Kite {I place, H. S. Moore was under '! The Colonial Inn Restaurant position. These will probably be McGrlff told the Telegraphlater : that It was not specified on hid )

Kite. Middleton Prevatt the erroneous Impression that Are Re-scheduled | owned and operated by Mrs. R.A. opened and acted upon at the that his entry Into the race license that he was restricted to t

Prevatt, Mark Rltch and the horses were to be destroyed Weeks will be opened to the pub first meeting In November. Credit Bureau was "just: a joke" and that he that area. 1

v.'Icon l [I but the ,were unarmed. lic Saturday evening. Oct. IS. Ordinance 103, under, which I Meeting Called had already reclaimed his qualifying Councilman Bishop and Bridges
agents Official opening of the Keystone fee from Clerk Johns. I I
I The new restaurant Is located on Mr. Edwards was employed. as City expressed it as their opinion that ;
ion said to have met the Airpark was celebrated
To Sponsoro Moore Madison St. at South Court, in superintendent set forth the duI I I Paul Raymond local representative There seemed to be some doubt the Council was powerless to limit

[ Dances Weekly agents and ordered them off the Sunday hardy Oct.sportsman 3, by approximatelytoo pilots In the Nollman residence.Mrs. .. ties of the office as follows: I of the Mobile Adjustment : as to whether ,the Kopelousos Hankerson to Reno since he was

farm. As Lander turned to leave, spite of the rain, low ceiling and Weeks announces that she to supervise under direction of the Service announces that a meeting qualifying was "on the level" or already In possession of a regular ,

f dance committee of Amerl- It Is reported that Moore\ fired Door visibility which held sway will specialize In fried chicken City Council the proper upkeepand I I will be held In the courthouse not, but the restaurant operatortold license. Councilmen Lewis and ; ,i

gjon Post No. :56\ announced with a .22 target pistol three throughout the day. Thirty-five'! hot breads and rolls steak and maintenance of all city streets )I i next Tuesday night at 7:30: o'clock the Telegraph Wednesday Hazen asked that action be :, 1

l week that henceforth two times striking Lander twice. The olanes from nearly all parts of seafood, and children's pjates.' and sidewalks; to supervise all'' for the purpose of organizing a afternoon that he was enjoyingtoo deferred until the next meeting '*i,
t a will be held under Itses Florida braved the elements to Luncheon will be served at noon work In connection with the proper good business to go and get In order to give further study )a

each week. The regular first bullet severed his Juglar loin the celebration of this new with regular dinner at night. I upkeep and maintenance of I I local credit rating bureau. mixed- un- In politico. MA will- not to the matter. 'd j

day night dances will be vein and the young man died al. Civil Airpark opening at the site The restaurant will be open for sewer and drainage systems, and I All business men Interested In be a candidate, tlId. However: L. B. Alvarez, operaor of a fit-, ft 1{

Nod In the armory and in most Instantly. of the former Crystal Lake Army dinner at noon on Sunday but no to keep in repair all fences erected such a service are urged to at- he had not reclaimed hU I,qualifying ling station at Temple and CaU .veeze k

fon to this a dance will\ be I Moore a former resident of Air Field between Starke food will be served Sunday night. by the City to prevent animal tend this initial meeting. fee Wednesday afternoon Streets, requested that the traffic dj t i

In the Legion Hall eachy I I Panama City moved to Holly and Keystone Heights.The -- Deadline for qualifying as a light at that intersection be 1
night I candidate for In the \
contest which Mayor special speeded in changing so that
sailplane up
und and wood Fla. about five months All-Florida Inauguration Committee Formed Here ,,1
square dancing Is election is Tuesday, Oct. 19.
was to be held during the after. it would not block traffic In lo
'I'd at both times I that he. was
and music 'ago. It is reported
B both noon was called off due to front of his station. Inconven'Ii'!;

Ott dances and his Is Florida furnished Trou-by under a $3,200 bond on chargesof weather conditions, but Roy H. Capital Outlay Survey lencing his customers. The Council i'1

breaking and entering grand Browning director of the Airpark was In sympathy with l'<(r. I

KS.far the Ladles time will be admitted at they +I I larceny, and embezzlement, made and Florida Aviation Acad. Started In County Alvarez and agreed* to tnvestl-. ;''t,'

being 'I City. "my. announced that this event gate and see'what could be done. ,
) night dance. against him In Panama Principals of county schools
will be held on Sunday.. Oct. 17,
......, I .. ie supervisors School Board Members -
-------- _.. I .
v. Last Sunday ;was the first '
*P" and Trustees met In the office '
time that the country's only:1k-I A" t of County Superintendent A. Pecan Auctions

two a very high t I R. McRae last Friday night fora -

S. O. S. One nlane performance,was were owned ever German-made by seen'Bill together.Cover sail ''J bell pre-survey of conducted the State course by James Department of C.instruction Camp of- To Start Oct. 21 m ill: '. )

Isle of Chattanooga Tenn. and Education. '

I the other by Pop Krohne ofMaltland. This was the first step In the R. B. Alvarez manager of the \I I

: Fla. The other con capital outlay survey of the coun- State Far.Aers: jgppiJj announces '
Twenty Girl Scouts will disband testants were Jerry Fischer of ty school system whIch Is now that the ,firs.t, pecan auction of '' '

Orlando with his Laister Kauf getting under way. The, survey the current season will be helu! !'J' *,

this spirited man, Guy Storer of Keystone must be completed before any Thursday Oct. 21, beginning at : : '
coop week unless some public !'. .... .., 2 p.m.
Heights who also has a Laister > ..Ji'1. capital outlay will be released :F r.
; ,... :.l.: to the county by the State All nuts to be sold must be on :
and ..1o'I.' :'I.1 -
Kauffman: Mlkey Browningwith
>erson will offer her services as their \t::% I Department. the market not later than .1:13 ? '}
her Schweizer 222. Three .., ::. I of that day Mr. Alvarez
.o; ;::: ; As an Initial step In the survey, says, I',
other sailplanes due to arrive :!ijjJfJf! snot maps must be prepared for and he urges aU growers who II Ii

ader. The girls are disconsolate, the community by aerial tow were unable to !!J.,.. 'fb.. ; 4 determining the density of popu- possibly can. do so to bring nuta I h. ,;1,
make It, due to weather con- '$.. '.'..p".. lation In the county as a prerequisite to the market the day before the I ,I

,, .... for deciding upon the best opening sale In order that they \ i
ditions. Pierce was well -- -
should be. What better way to serve Fprt and most logical center for schools. may be weighed in and there '" ,
represented at the Airpark Sun- Bradford County will be there "with bell on" when Fuller Warren Is Inaugurated Governor of When the spot maps; are completed will be no last minute rush, de I \j

day by ten ships, Jacksonvilleby Florida. This seemed a safe.bet to make with the organization last Friday night of a local chapterof a survey team from the> laying the start of the auction. \ 1I

'tarke than wholesome training of future the Riverside Flying Club the All-Florida Inauguration Committee when L x Green, former Congressman was host to a group' State Department will come Into It WiU be lAte! ,to leave nuts on i .e- AI

Florida Air Service and many at a dinner In the Guidon Grill. Mr. Green has beet named chairman of the local organization upon the county and complete the work. I I the platform overnight as a ).

''tizenship in the American of life? personal plane. All ships from the recommendation of N, D. Wainwrlght, Jr., and O. J. McGrlff..Warren's campaign managers here watchman will be employed ther I I< 11
way I manager said. t' 1!
the Clay Aviation School at Pen- during the primary. Committee cbalrmen'appolnt last Friday night were: Finance Maxie Carter; The Lunch Box Mr. Alvarez stated that n 4 I

Costumes, Krm. lAx Green; float C. H. Nssworthey; Queen; Mrs.. J. R. Kite; Publicity E. L. Matthews.. Is buyer '
Farm and ships from the ReopenedThe been contacted and several : ;
anyone is interested please call Mrs. ney Service of' Pa- )In. Gladys Canora win serve as secretary aad MI'II.J. H.: Kite as treasurer of the local group Pictured hare Indicated that they will be, f '1I'i,I
Cheshire Flying
above attending last Friday's dinner are (left to right standing): Representative elect :7. P.ReberU Lunch,'Box on S. Walnut present .for the opening sale. 'I j'; t I

ward Lemuel Colson latka were also on hand. JI:. L Matthew Mr*. O, J. HeOrUK: Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy. Mr.. Nasvrorthy, Mrs. N. D. Wauv Street',, ha* been reopeaed under Prices hve not ....t been established I
Burns -
or Mrs. The public U cordially Invitedto wright Jr. Rep. WUnwrlght' Chairman Green Mr. McGrtff. G. B. Stanley George Kopelousos, Maxie the management of J. H. NU. but Jit.Is believed that they :!

attend the Soaring Meet now Carter L. O. Kacen. and F. J. Shaw. (Left to right, seated)t Mrs. R. G. Davis Mrs. J. R. Kite Mr. The rMtaurant has) been closed will be good. Ho fee will be I: N

Our help is urgently needed. scheduled for Oct. 17. Activities Kite. Mrs F. U. Stump, Mrs Lex Green Mrs. GladysCanova.., P. L. Bridges, )(n. Bridges, Mrs. Carter, for. the past four weeks and reopened charged the, grower for facilities.

win begin about 10. a.m. and will and W. B. Mundy. Also present but not shown In the picture were R. C. Davis and Ben Rowland.. ((8taffphoto Jut week with hour 4 of the,auction. i'l '
p.m. to 10 p.m.Sandwich Mr. Alvtres stated that 'a I
last until 5 pm. by J. P. Udell.) J
will be featured.** and regular meala heavy crop of nut* Is indicate ,

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of Bradford Telegraph AROUND The TERRITORY ((''Ot'N'1'Y...-n: Yo FI.ORIUAl lCHV.' nam"d' 1, noun and
County "k, t1.lItlnttr \"'
Hill County
: Clay Lake GenevaBy James Frank McKelvey, Plaintiff ,. .
I T.l.'raPb.
.. WITH II. DEAL. COUNTY SUPERVISOR vs. Allven Muster McKelvey.. Da. I"....,, W
I/} ESTABLISHED 1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OwNCR-CoiTO Xendant. Case No. 8832. nhtly! r;
Blanche Cunningham RLICATIOV/ ftI '
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and Entered. M Secow rone. Nebr. AND NOTirn. TO APPtOAU I Rt hand'..
Published Every 191tkr' Flu,,
: ''a ., STATE OF" FLORIDA 15. .. ttquwppidIAL
CUUM Matter at the Punt Office at Starke, FU. This week I visited the farm of winter grazing for his cattle and Allecn Mosier whon* rltll to-: SEA
= McK.lvltYU .
r John F. Freeman and found him hogs. Many friends gathered at the Idenra and : a 'I.rk ?, ... !) l I
and y
: Wherein I paint and clean Mr. and Mrs. Leonard You are required I to appear on Havon (" tun
for home of .
getting ready planting about Fr..nk
; MEMBER 7948 ling, while golden September October 18, 1943. In the above Landrhr, CoT.
16 acres in Blue Lupine. He andI The farm of Herbert Q. Par- Hamm Friday evening honoringMrs. Altn fur Pit ton

I Month- ;: softly steak away and Octoberarrives. discussed treating Blue Lupine rich was visited and found on Hamm on her birthday with -- I.
; $3.50 Annually $lM For SIX .
.' i Subscription seed before they are planted. Th this farm a good number of acres a party and weiner roast. A

: Far-off hills are blue, with musty method of treating these aeed planted In fall crops such as most enjoyable time was had by
: purple peaks will be to use a small cement string beans butter beans and all attending. Mrs. Hamm was the Starling'sAND Gro

,: DIVIDE AND BE CONQUERED Far-off trails are new for one mixer, place the seed In the mixer Irish potatoes. These crops are recipient of many nice gifts. Those .

'.;t.t' We are taken to task by a good friend and reader for a 'I who ever seeks. with the chemical treatment? This looking good and I hope the rains i attending were Mr. and Mrs. Leo .,

recent editorial labeled "Sticking With The Party" in which Closer hills are gray without form of treatment Is recommended did not do too much damage to Hill of Keystone Heights, Mrs. Corner CallCherry
1 \, Illusion hue I where you have at least 1000 or the fall crops. Charles Forsythe and daughterof
i i f' we quoted some of the views expressed by Railroad Commissioner -Martha K. Graham 1200 pounds of seed otherwise Connellsvllle, Pa., Mrs. Ida k Sttt.
I l !': Jerry W. Carter in regard to the present political you should use pales or some On my visit to Union county, I M. Gentry and daughter, Lillian

t. : : c"ao in the Democratic Party. A situation which we opined October Is here with Its chilly ether container where you are find the majority of the fall cropsare Mrs. E. C. Dykes, Mr. and Mrs.

iJi} d the party great disservice and will probably result in starlight nights and the blue hazy; treating a small quanity of seed. beginning to mature such as H. Ayers, Mr. and Mrs. E. Cooper, SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY.

1 JI; t thr" ,lection of a Republican president in November. days of Autumn. I can get BO We also discussed his winter cukes and beans. Some few farmers Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Finley and OCT,8 I

1 Our friend and reader writes from Jacksonville to wit: much work done these days. It pasture such as oats or rye for are harvesting already and daughter Mrs. Elmer Forsythe -

I : \' r '-y Floridians a big majority, I hope are in com- la not hot or too cold and the his cattle and hogs during the the prices of these crops are and daughters Mrs. Ray For- ConwaysPOTATO

t disagreementith the views of the lion Jerry WCar'er blood runs freely In my veins. winter months. hold!nK'up fine. The heavy rains" .sythe, Mrs. Arnold Carlson Mr.
I"I-:;- editorial. The corn Is brown, the goldenrod this week tiave set them back and Mrs. R. Baldree, Dyal and
) recent
expressed by him through your SALAD-
as In bloom. The birds are in flocks A visit Mrs.
Charles and
"'' was made to the farm and have reduced the yield and Baldree Mr. .
'*" J. L. Lee is example. I have I .
from an
TK" attached t think the robins are getting
owned J.
by B. Russ who wishesto : the harvesting of these crops Raymond Mann and sons
J. "''t'll,t d'sed! this with numerous white Democrats in this sec- ready to go farther south. I return the farm aa he has M. L. Sibley Mrs. E. Gltsson. ..

I ,,,10. tint and can report that at least ninety percent express heard a chick-a-dee the other decided to move further South PLAN PERMANENT PASTURE'Your Tommy Millican Miss Betty Turner Golden KeyMLI ;

'''II., :, .t'' selves very forcibly along the lines that :Mr. Lee has. morning. They always sing sweetly arid work In the harvesting of pasture should E. Stallings, Mr. and Mrs.

"f? ,--.. ave every reason to believe that the Thurmond-Wrigh In the fall. fruit this fall and spring. This be planned and developed program to suit Roan Thomas and B. Cunningham.Mr. (
+ (''s with substantial l Well, I have four done! farm is being transferred to War- J
a t :, : ticket will carry northeast Florida a major rooms your livestock program and soil and Mrs. Bob Myrick of
I never was so joyous over anything ren B. \ftzell/ _.. Jr._u nf__ UnIon____/__. fnnn.___.. conditions. Permanent pastures, I Gainesville spent Saturday night 3'I

: II j The letter referred 'to by our reader and written b y In all my born daya. I washedthe I ty who haa already moved in and rotation pastures and temporary with their mother Mrs. Sue My-

I I. j f; ;?'.. Lee turns out to be nothing more or less than a rather few curtains and I am do putting backa cover who will soon for begin planting pastures each have their places.A rick.Mr. I. I Hot Pepper
pictures. hate to crops spring
put farming
t'-i' i"' vmpered personal attack on President Truman to whom back the picture nails In the also, planting oats and for properly managed pasture and Mrs. Ray Forsythe, 1 n

1 hf refers as "the little ex-haberdasher who made a failure o f lovely walls. I want a couple ol rye provides the best known protection Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Forsythe and RELISH------ .
t. t against erosion. Many permanent three children, Mr. and Mrs. Char- .
but who became U. S. Senator
sel'ing!! men's underwear, a new pictures also. Next week I
been told that Leon Carter is pastures have active gullies however lea Forsythe and daughter of
machine of Missouri
I. to serve the gangster-led Pendergast will paint the bathroom a sun-
should conditions larger Connellsville, Pa. and Mr. and
t( : and more in a similar vein. shine color with Ivory enamel again teaching the intermediate each season where active gullies Mrs. Arnold Carlson were St. Dixie Lily
Carter in uncertain weed work. Last the kitchen, grades. I am glad. The childrendo
A ''I Mr. Lee then informs!! Mr. no terms are working back into the I Augustine and Green Cove Springs

)> H that he (:Mr. Lee) will never again vote for him (Mr. Carter), r which is small and our son's room. love him. Letter from Lela hillside, the best protection Is afforded visitors on Sunday.Mrs. SYRUPOLEO. .
Ilfi Secretary of State R. A. Gray or "any other office holder floors' have waxed the and largest woodwork rooms done, Mae Carter that they are fine by a terrace properly Ida M. Gentry and daughter .
;'j 1', I.,'; who aids Truman in whatsoever." vani placed above the gullies to divert
any way and Sadie
Ished. We had a funeral this week, Carter had been vis Lillian spent Sunday in Sil-
""kt 't" L ii ,,f. Now to our way of thinking such a remark, or threat, but I got my room done anyhow.Don iting her. Letter from Luella Aus- the run-off waters.A ver Springs as the guests of Mr -

ij p completely annuls any opinions expressed by Mr. Lee because had the burial and funeral tin with a sweet picture of her single gully may be handledby and Mrs. Burt Busbee.

I ." ,r" .N,a it brands him as an irrational man one who i i" 30 mllea away yet still In our and Lela Mae taken at Starke. building a diversion at Its Patrons of the Lake Geneva

: I, I'': I swayed by prejudiceand who gives or withholds his support county. We have plenty of room Wish you could all see it. Letter sod head well to spill to the the sides.water Once In heavy Postofflce are very well pleased 2C
C': at the ballot on the basis of such prejudice. out here. My canary Is singing from my beautiful Joy Wilkinson
f water Is diverted the gully be with the efficient services rendered .
Is may
sad of it is if refer to again. My spirits soar with his says studying hard.
,1"" The part we may again an
filled In. and seeded.
shaped For
She goes to Baldwin and has lots them by their Star Route Carrier
How I love I
Willie I
'1 opinion expressed by Mr. Carter that the Democratic Party can
small gullies small sod Fresh
1 of
home work to do. Billy Welkin- pieces
look out the window any direction J. L. McCray who has the U. S.
:" i j" being divided on a racial question just as it was success son Is working In Hollywood Flor- from carpet grass at intervals R
:' .J t{ fully "divided and conquered" on a religious issue back in and see Nebraska blue hills.now.I love my home Ida. Her mother Gus le Is head ot two or three feet. These grassescan Mall route from Lake City to { S Dressed a. !
i be obtained Palatka via Starke. Mr. McCray ,
t .i JI'i r $ 1928. At two o'clock I am going to cook at the cafeteria and she from other loca- j

1 ,:Xf!; Mr. Carter points out, and we agree with him, that the neighbor's. She Is going to does work hard. Mildred Sculley ions on the farm. Sodding can: is very punctual and courteousand

1 ""J" there is nothing so radically new for Florida in the civil I make button holes on her sewing writes they are all fine. She is best be done when the Boll is wet this Is appreciated very much

<, : J rights planks of the party. "They're just agreeing with what machine In some little garments going to school and Leon CarterIs In the early fall and early spring because in the past when we had I'Oi

..I.. .,\ Florida did many years ago," the Commissioner declares. I made for Danny, Don's grand- her teacher. She says Mother It; may from be desired the to restrict livestock to depend on mall service by SPAGHETTI I
and all gullies until the .
J lion in California. are well. Ilia Mae Johns .
"' I made a tweed'
'l : "Florida courts declared Jim Crow laws unconstitutional 43
:, sods are well established train, we never knew whento
'I:1':1' port coat lined with lis visiting her sister in Jesup, Ga. other. just
: Cfi' years ago, and the relations of today have been worked out changeablesilk wise cattle
out of husband's and having a wonderful time. I may damage the sod expect our mail. However that
it hh') 1 the two races by mutual consent. Florida banned the I If that he could no longer overcoat wear. I have a nice letter from her. I do by tamping before they are well has all been changed thanks to

'I 1 tax 10 years aero, and the anti-lvnchinsr provision sought washed and turned__ th___"_ mntnt.u1 m'n _*.._.. Tnm ,not--- -lVrrtlttmur--,--- ..-.. 1s-h.-*.>..nr. nil..A ..rill... ._.0..,...v... noted Mr. McCray.
ill states is another way of saying what Florida wrote All are well at the Carson Griffis
putting leather buttons '
on It. . . SUGAR
I? f j' her constitution of 1885." I made a pair of pants with abib home. They went fishing one night gett on Sept. 30. The honoree 31

Commissioner Carter calls upon Democrats of Florida out of his old trousers. The and had a good fish fry. Hazel and BrookerBy received
many gifts. Delicious -
t 1 ( ]' *' n let themselves be "divided and conquered" by imagi- material was so lovely when baby had also been shopping In refreshments of ice cream

n i rissues.. The only real: issue in this campaign, he believes, turned. I made him a white shirt Jax. She got. the baby toys. Little Helen Harry and cake were served by the 21bMORTON'S ,

t l i i i:1ether: the great gains for the common man are going and bought a blue striped T-shirt Geraldine Ing to send was happy.their She Is go- . . hostess assisted by Mrs Hassle

t t f, preserved or whether we shall lose! most of them while and socks to match. This U Don's Lula me picture someday Carlton, Mrs. C. F. Padgett, Mrs.E. PATNA RICE . .
only grandson. I love to soon. Mae Mosley has Mrs Mattie SowelLs left Satur-
,t p f, \v rich men and great corporations again are gaining sew. been E. Stokes, and Mrs. Bart Wa
I have eight letters this week going to church at Clay day for St. Petersburg where
i ,1' rol of three-fourths of the nation's' wealth. from Clay Hill. They are having Hill. Rev. KIll1ng worth Is preach- she will visit Mrs Casale Larra-

L i LH Actually, the Telegraph ig no ardent admirer of Presi- such a good school. I have found ing. They all enjoy hearing him more and other relatives.Mr. .

{ i ,RI d, Truman, but we do feel that he has! as much native that the Principal, Mr. Maxwell, preach. Mrs. Mable Parrish writes and Mrs. T. W, Markeywere ters.Arthritis

s't' aLTty! perhaps more, than Governor Dewey. To us it seems Is the beloved former County they had rain and some wind. I In Jacksonville on business Pain SALT-

: fartastically: : i illogical( \ to take the "cut off the nose to spite Supt. of Clay county. I have Little Pat and Resale went home recently. For e.ck. ,"htfullr comfortlnt tulp for

4 thface" attitude of "I can't stomach Truman's views on ever met him, but know him tobe with their grandparents, Mr. and I I Mrs. Resale Carlton and Mrs MUM. .and ...au of .-... .-. ArU,,"'".

;gal'' I Ch 'I 1 Rights so I won't vote for him even if I have to vote a grand person. God bless him Mrs. Fred Lang, to stay over nite. (I I Mattie Sowells were shopping In NiurltU.mfcttf..Work LaaibMO., through.sciatica lbs blood.or N...ral.l.Flirt<|.try...
Re'-ublican !" Yes vote Republican for the that has and my dear Clay Hill. I have They love to visit their grand (Gainesville Friday. wall ...n. allaTlatlnc pain M you can We Appreciate Your Patronage Very Much
parents. The lights work..onjoy. h!.and alxp mor comfortably.
us.l f i ""'..r been identified with the very principals for which Tru- thru Clay Hill and they are being will put I Mrs. Mary Green of Dukes- Is O.t Mxibid at druiclat &oda,. Quick:, com- Joe S Starlit

a nan: is being denounced If the States Rights party offered I TO RELIEVE MISERY OF.TRY have things/ all lighted up at least soon spending a, while here with Mr. plet utlaUetloa or mour back guaraoUtd.

e" ;? p. possible "out," perhaps we'd seriously consider taking it. by Christmas. Whoopee! New road I and Mrs. Earl Green.

As things stand however we consider it a futile gesture that C and now lights! A sweet pictureof 'I' Mr. and Mrs. Francis Russ and

hr a will have no effect other than helping to elect a Republican Harry Mosley's baby. I have :,, children of Lake City spent Friday -
', President. some touch-me-not seed from night here with Vance Russ.

1 The whole thing in Mrs. Fowler at Hawthorne. I''' Mr. Russ accompanied them hometo
our opinion, boils down to this : Outside Chores Make
have had spend the weekend .
several there.Mr.
Do you want your next President elected from the Democratic UQUIO, OR TA8LCTS-SAMI FAST RELIEF make want me to I and Mrs.
aprons for them. It Royce Gainey and
r Party, ? If so stick with the and make you
SId11 1' it possible.Do party help send! me two yards of print I .' son of Jacksonville pent last
will make\ you an apron and sendit weekend here visiting Lee Gainey.
gn you want your next President elected from the Re- EXPERTSERVICE to you and keep the remaining I Miss Marie Edwards of Jack-

t:'' P publican Party? If so.-.-join in the futile splitting of the material for myself one. Then all'viii sonville was the weekend guestof the Inner Man Thirs

niwrt (; Democratic Party or bolt completely and vote Republican."ANNIS
you Miss Madeline Green of Jacksonville

.1 get a new calendar, sit down with _
spent the weekend here
rfi S 1pt.ncU and mark each date with her '-
parents Mr. and Mrs.
If.t; birthdays or dates you wish to Dave Green.

send cards on. Then hang in the Miss Madge Whlgham! of Stark _
kitchen. You
won't forget. If
you was the guest of Mrs. T. W.
+; 4 CONCRETE BLOCKS nre Just learning/ to make piecrust Markey Friday night.
< try using Swansdown cake
I Re-lIdy\ll! \ Concrete. ItulLlers Hardware e"a flour In place of other flour. Try Earl Green and R. Tetstone

W Nr' fi't Mimt Everything To BulM. Repair or Remodel using two spring clothes pins were recently.In Jacksonville on business

; I i ANNIS UUIUHNG SUPPLIES inc. I to hold your cook book open. Miss Louise Kelly of St. Petersburg
Next time I will have a
1 1030-1048. Main Street !South" Chas. C. turnip has recently returned home
i salad
4 ; recipe. Digger Is asleep on
after .
III I Thnne' 217 313 \INKS\ILI.K- : r, O. Box 61 a stool near me. I can hear the a here with her parent
[ ShepherdAt *, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelly
roootera crowing. I still have two.
While here' Miss had
It Kelly her
It Is 1:30 o'clock. The
sun Is under -
Gay's Service
..- Station tonsils removed at the Shady-
r' a cloud. I am thinking of you .
crest Hospital in Starke.
1! all. God bless you. Love, LURA.
We are glad to report that f. AP ff

R. B.Alvarez & Son I _Mm_.-., flrflfA------ I3a-'U'J...*4r J.. Vlnmd..v... .A.*...n._
her three :week's stay In the Ala-

: : chug County Hospital. We wish
S-T-R-E-T-C-H her a speedy recovery.

g ,' Transfer & Storage Co. Mrs.visiting Louise friends Parrish and of relatives MiamiIs

dn,. AGENT FOR DELCHER BROS. I Your Food Dollars Farther, And Get More here Rev. Earl Willis of Alachua has

accepted the call at Deaden
I For Your Money Iy Including "Gitslafson's list Church
Moving and Phone 9105 morning and evening
i services The public Is Invited to
Homogenized" Milk In Your Diet attend.

Ohstance. Mrs.farlon: demons and daughter JA 9'J Lr
: 1 have returned to West Palm

t. A large: crowd has been attend.
ing the Revival held at the New

Through scientific feeding of our dairy herd we River Baptist Church, Sept 26

1t! :: --- - insure an abundant supply of the essential food t to Oct. 3. Rev. Allen E. Young

; elements in its milk and our modern homogenizingprocess of.Alachua conducted the services
INTEGRITY ; !assisted by the pastor, Truby
softens the milk curd thus aiding the Partish of LaCrosae..
, of conduct and with' I
human body to We are to
I more readily, easily! and completely report that
thoughtfulneii and economy in all our Mrs. H. H. Howard received
assimilate the valuable a
I food
l serving-these mark the reputable face Injury Wednesday afternoon

I 'K quality of this well known firm. I Our homogenized milk Is the perfect food for infants while speedy canning pf'lU.Ve. wish hera
and growing' children. a.s well as for adults. .
I and
Mrs. L. L. Parker who
k *jI It j is economical to use. purchased the old Parker home ;

I I from the Parker estate have
DEWITT C. JONES Why not ask our deliveryman for a free sample remodelled the house. Mr. and i iw.

t r I STARKE PHONE 7 quart and discover for yourself its delicious flavor Mrs. Parker and daughters, Shir-

: 1 AMBULANCE: SERVICE: and mellow texture'? Today! ley Ann and Glenda, moved into 1
their new home last week. We

ail Funeral Director wish them lots of luck and happiness -
? ''i Our local funeral home enables us to FOR DELIVERY.GUSTAFSON'S The Brooker Baptist Church '

., I offer conveniences and services not wishes to express It appreciation .

othtrw'u available. to Rev. S. E, Sparks of Starke Ask for it either
. DAIRY for his services aa supply pastor. way. both

T r We formate. the fcigheai type ..rnc. at the loweat p.lc*a ate] It has been a pleasure to have trade-marks mean 1M sanu thing.

eeeept ANT We lMurtc policy.to force. Issued by ANT eoiapay. PHONE 2312 and 'work with Rev Sparks. We U

M M payoMat la part .or la full' on a (ua raL CoaaultaUoQea.ns. Green Core Springs, Florida wish him success and happlneM.
May bless him. oinip
mt obUpU4NI. SERVING UNOU AuiNoimr or .MNT Ir
t STARKE DAILY A house warming for Mn. Ver- THI COCA-COLA CO
gU. (Padgett) Breaadato STARKE
ism at the home of Mr*. Jamea Pad- '"
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Minerals Eleven Guardsmen Receive Promotions Deeds Recorded a. C'IHC"'IT CO! RT, BRI>FORn:;I For Jumtlce of the Peace. In and IV! CIHCtir. tOIRT HHAOFOHOttllNI'l iv cmcviT rowHT. DR"nroBDlOtlVTV .
I ; I 'Ol'NTV, FI.OHIUtl IV t >l\N-j for the following Juntlce Districts, KI.OHIIIAl IV IIIAN.CKHV. : FlOIUOAl. IV CHV-
Local Company Part KHV. I I via: No 1 CKRV.Harryette.
gent Says of Commended RegimentEleven I Among the deeds recently recorded Joe J. Johnson Plaintiff vs. Oeor-JI I For Constable In and for the following Llllle Mae Puckett, Plaintiff va. Denny Owyn. plaintiff
in cia Mae Johnaon Defendant. Case Justice Districts via No. 1. John 1). Puckett Defendant. Case VN Donald Owyn Defendant. Cat
L, have shown that promotions among enlisted 5th grade. He Is the court house were: No. 68S8.OKUKIt. I In -r..tlnonyVb.r..of.. I have No. 118113.OHDItJIt NO. em.
n' orn and peanuts personnel in the local National Hart Furniture Co. :Mattie P. Gahagan. Starke to OK Bl.lrATlOV" AMINOTItK I the hereunto Great' set Seal my of hand the State and of affixed Florida ; : OF PI-BMC4TIOV TO APPKAKSTtTH AVD.NOTICK O"IJICR! ) sorteR OF riBMCATlOVAVI TO APP ARSTATE .
| much per day Guard Company have been Ben Davenport. :Miami: Lot 24 TO APPKAHSTATK at Tallahassee, the Capital OF Kl. OKIUA toiJohn OF FIX1KIDA tot
gj Pvt. Billy F. Miles. son of Mr : OF FLOIUDA to. this the Thirty-first of l I"
day August
whose residence
rtiln- Blk. 1 in .
access to announced in special orders from in Gahagan Sub-Dlv. Ueorirlii :Mae, l> Puckett. whose residenceand Donald Qwyn.
Johnson winnie residence A. D. 1848.
ree and
Mrs. E. F. Miles of Starke address la: 411 Grant St.. White
| Agent T K. ){ct the 124th Infantry Headquartersas H. A. Manassa. Bradford Co. Is unknown: n. A. GRAY mire, South (Carolina: UnYouOWanr. required. to appear on
promoted to Technician Mh You
grade are required to appear on Secretary of State, aboveUHVvlnes
urging farm- follows: to Joe Morris Jr.. Starke: Lot 1 You are hereby required to appearon October IS. 1948. In
Hon. A. O.
1 t tod" Pvt. Kirby Swindell son of Mrs. November 1. 1944 In the above namd Andreu Sheriff Krad- October tt, 1948 In the above named Court and .au..e. wherein
e minera, mixturesed Staff Sgt. Joseph T. Kirkland DoHhla Swindell of Theressa. of Elk. 4 of Sunny Acres Sub-Div. .* Court and cause wherein plain ford County. 9-3 St 10-39 named Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ......k. dIvorce Bradford .
,?'? alone, they pro- Also lots 9 and 2 of Blk 4 of Sun- tiff iteeks divorce Hrattford ''I" plaintiff seeks divorce, custody County Telegraph .hall publish .
; ;
to Tech c'-r.
promoted Sergeant. A moted to County TelcK-raph. shall publlnh this next four weekly
or Technician 5th grade. rim tip MH\I>POIIIol > control of minor children and continued thi.' Order In : It
tankage ny Acres Sub-Dlv. Ordec In next four weekly IssueitWitness <' >rr, children. I .
'e.) local resident. Sgt. Kirkland is Fi.oitiuti IN tiiiKHV. \- support for herself and !- seat 't.
Mr McClanc Capt. H. B. Ingram company ,mv hand and official Seal <' : ? mv hand and official
; U'"dtor,11
,Mil "go employed by the Navy at Green commander announces that there R. Conner Starke to Leon nt Starke, ..'Iorldll. title September: .. ''I."HHII' thnxon Rule.: Plaintiff vs County Telegraph shall publish this at Starke, Florida this "Septembero II
y -gs tta Cove Springs in the Supply De Conner Starke: Lots 35 thru 46. 53: 1114g. Cov 1>:. Kill, Defendant. Cune No; Order In next four weekly Issues. 1944.IIFFICI.
result are several openings for new eon:i.i.IIKIIKII '. SEAL) A. 3. Thomas.
a official seal
Witness hand and
b8' I" are 49 thru 64 in Sect. 32. Twp. 3 (n1"FIIAr.I.. my
partment.Sgt. ) \ J Thomans Cmirf.
of said
Guardsmen at A" rieik
at this time. A recent OK PI "'.11"0'" *M> Starke: "Florida this September2J.
er8!! Oliver P. I So., Range 22E Also NE1-4 of Clerk of said Court %01-ICM '1'0 "II> : 1948. fly Haven Croaby D.BS1.
Hutto K4K
ucrncnt should son of change makes it possible for the Hy Haven D. P.Kmh I 'J. lI..nl..raon.. fit. tugpisCine. -
IIv, !I the NEl-4 of Sect. 3, Twp. 6 So. Crosby ST \ TK U .1. K1.0KI1 to: (OFF1C1M SEAL) \ .T. Thomas John
Rhosphonw! common Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto of ; Starke unit to enlist a maximumof If. TiotiKla, B03-1A7: .'hHulldfiiR I CoyR.. Kills, whose ieNlden' last As Clerk ot10 Id Court. I Florida 9-17 4t 10-11
and Starke promoted to Staff Sgt I'I 54 men Capt. Ingram said. Range 22E.A. :. ksonvllle' "Florl... known, In Savannah: leorirlii.. Hy Haven Crosby, I>. C. Ally. for PIr.
1sblv copper;: I J. Thomas to C. HowellNasuoithy Attys. for PIt. 10-1 It 10iiuiir S You ate retiulied to appeal on T Frank, Liindrum Starke, FlorIda -
,-eiir) period hogs Sgt. Thomas S. Williams Jr., This represents an increase of 14 'November 1, 194t, In the above named Attys. for Plf. -24 4t 10-1.1 I'll rnCI"T ('OtlRT. IInOroHD.
Jacksonville son of Mr. and Mrs men over the old allotment. of Starke 120. acres : Coiiit, ft nil "-"11"". \\hvreln plain I.O'.Y. FI.OItIDAl I" ('II t-
3-4 ,. '
,, 11 gained I ( lotiir, n n t i'pni cllve.'fI I
t Ii in Twp 6 So. Range 22E: Ilrailford iv tiitttir (loiiir .I..olln C'H\.
T. S. Williams of Starke promoted 17 C'oc \. ." .OH'U t I I,, t II County plaintiff V 10. 1'01"-
rhoae also re- Young men and 181a years TrleR-raph Khali I I pnhlliih i IhlMOlder t.o.'I.OI&'UI IV. ('II S \.ra 1. .Tonau.
R\ 1 1-2 to Staff Sergeant. old cautioned that (former Joe TruDY farm on Rt. t.\: In next four weekly IHHIIHM.VltneHH < C Hill.Ilona '. yin Jonee'.. nef..ndone. Case No.
are Intend
,n' ," gained they 2, old Rt. 48)). Robert F. 1-uhnnk. riiilntlff.i vVliKlnla \'\ mv hum and uttl"'alll..al Lee Jones Plunkett, Plain 60 3 0.
Cpl. Martin E. Land. Starke. to continue their education U BubunkH, I>.'f umlaut ..t tnrke, Florida this aeptembvr: tiff. vs. Archie :Max Plunkett De 0111)5-U: OFspruce p1i13LIr'rIoAI ,
) promoted to Sergeant. Sgt. Land by attendance at some nearby R. L. Batten of Bradford Co., I.'a.:0.: 0456. :UJI.l 141OFFICIAL. fendant. Cane No. 6850.oit.iit ) 'O'l-l'I1 TO APPFARSTATE : .
O1IIIKII OK IM III.I(-"TIOM> ( SB XL) A. J. Thulium tot'
to Albert L. Batten of Starke'NW14 : OK PI III 1CTIOV AMI OF FI..OHIDA
Is employed with the Dixie Lily university or college they can discharge :\oo'It.KI'I'K tit A* ('I.'k of mi lit (''',"It.1y I NOIICH '10 IPPKtH: I"rJIP I
of NW1-4 of Sect. 23:: haven. Cronby, I>. C Marvin Jones, whose K..I; en'Noii.:
ii their obligation to their STXTH OF 'I.IIIUI'10 i John; J. llenderHim:i : .: Hrtll-i OF K L O III l) \ tel (-: Ilarreil's Store, ,
i-s.s.. St. AIIKliMtlue
Co.Cpl. 7 So. Archie Max whose residence
Twp. range 22E contain- Virginia It Kuliankn whimt* rtMldintB Florida, Pltinkett Carolina
V. L.
Starling Starke pro- country and at the same time 40 I I" *"i3: Fulton iStrrvt Mudford. AttyH. for Pit la unknown: requIred to appear onOctober
ing acres. 10-1 You are
moted to Sergeant. MMMNitchiiHvitii. : I U 10-2J: You are hereby required to appearon 18. IOC". In the abovenamed
attend college ONLY by Joiningthe October 2J, 1948, In the above wherein
Geo. Burris of Clay Co. to You are rmjulted tn tipptar on Court and cause
Pfc. J. T. Pollard Starke. promoted IV INCUT COIIIT DH n.'OHU) named Court and ,'au...., wherein BrAdford (I'
November diVOrCe
1. 1944 In the ab"v" namrd seeka
KINDS National Guard. plaintiff
L. O.
Hemingway ot Starke: (oi-vrv, seeks divorce. P-radford
ri.oniiii 1'Ii ( II t- plaintiff publishthia ItI..uu.
to Pollard Court and catiH wh..reln'ph.lntltt Telegraph
DAILY Corporal. Cpl. I'IIi: V. County Telegraph/ shall publish thl.Or..r ('ountv ; nnt 1' weekly .
FiSh A commendation was recently the SW1-4 of the NWl-t of the Bi-ckw divorce Hr..lltor.1I'ounty Order In .
is employed by the John H. William I* Lee, Plaintiffn.. Connie In next four weekly Issues i
Denmark Furniture Co. published by 48th Division Head- : SW1-4 of Sect. 23, Twp. 6 So., In Telegraph next four Hhall\\pklv pulillich|HMU thisOrder ..NVltniHN D I...... llefendiint CIIHB No 673 l lOltllKM 1. Witness my. nand and official sea Witneas. mY hand and officIal sea-i ,itt
.< at Stark, .Florida, this September
0 : .
22E 10 IM
OYSTERS range containing acres. ltl.lCII IN AMI this September
\ hand and official S..al Florida
& tttarke.
my '
Pvt. James Brown Godwin Un- quarters commending the 124th :\ OlI'I'I'i: ) -PK\II 11. 1908.tFFlCIL. I I,
SEASON Dr. W. E. Middleton to E. E. at Starke, 1>Florida thin fctvptrmbvi STATIc OF "'I.oltl"10) ( SKAL) A. J. Thomas. III. 1U8. ) A. J. Thomas. ,
iversity of Florida student pro of which the 21. l'J44.IOFFK'1 As sid Court. O"'FI'IAI.
Infantry Regiment Ci>nnl D Lee. whose enldence ('I"'k of ( .
I moted to Corporal. He Is the Henderson both of Starke: E .Vlj sE..\ I.> .A. J. Thomax i addieHM IH' :: 205 JnneH. St.. MeiuphlM; Mnd, I !lv Iliiven (Crosby 1:>. C. A" ('I"rk ot said Court.By n. C. .
all Starke unit Is a part for its 1-2 of the following described An Clerk. uf said Ci.ut.fly Tennessee: 'John J "..n.r..u'n. :ael.. St. Augustine haven Croeby Florida.
uaranlce of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Godwinof Jr'. Itrowfl s
son Florid O. a'k"i
performance on annual field land: begin at NW cor. of LaFayette II..\'"" t'ruBby, l U. "'. You, ant reotilied to appear on i for Pit. 7 4t 10-8
fresh fur Plf.I 9-24 4t 10-111 Alty.
to be the State Farm. November 1, 114S, In the above AttyH
dutY'1 :Zach H. ligias! S05-K07) ; !l.vneh j
Jr. University at Fort Jackson S. C. It &; Myrtle Sts., thencerun UtilldlnK.i. I JnikKolivllItKloililn I I. I ('ipti It nnd' IIIIIKC. whrreln I plain I :. .-.--------------- ..,1

I Pfc. Maxie Carter N along W aide ot lLyrtLeStreet .\tl>.... for IMf. 10-1 4t 10-32 ".tiff. ... aeekR..._.. ...divorce.. ... Iliadfoid. ..". --- i iI
of Florida student promotedto ported that the 121th was the I .'-.. ... ...... ,11)",, ...lll.u." IPiIIIIIMfl.u' ,", I fiN. ,
I 220 ft. thence_ _run m_ VV 371_ Order In next four weekly issues.'itiies .
IN'OLIAMARKET Technician 5th grade. He is the only unit to receive an excellent ft. to the E side of Vvtsimoie- :NO"run op F.I.F.CTIOVTo I ,, .. mv hand and. offlilal I Hnal I \

son of Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Car- rating for field training in the land St., thence So. 223 1-2; it. I the Sheriff of Prndford .25..t Starke l9IM.! Florida', thin iKfpieiiibfr 0

[ ter of Starke. Southeast. E along N side of LaFayetteSt. ty Me of It the Known State:! that of Florida I, : coun-I (OI" .'IL'I\I. SI2AL) A. .f. ThumiiH' ; '

Pvt. B. C. Holtzendorf Jr.. son 3SO 80-100 ft. to Point of Secretary. of State of n.A; I i AN I'leik of SO Iii Coiiit. Ii

eiv Ownership of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Holtzendorfof in the NE1-4 of the Florida do hereby give notice that Chun Hv Haven H. hess Croal'V. I H. 1'. i \
% O 1' I (' KNntli Beginning 2I4-H( ( tiutiranty r Life \dU4
: : : :
IVSILCOX Starke promoted to Technician -.. N hPr..hyflv..n/ that the SEU-4 of Sect. 29, Twp. 6 So. GENERAL ELECTIONWill Atty Itulldlnir. fur, Ja-isunviile I'lf. 10-1 l"lorilpt. \

._.._ _,._._._____,. II n0,r..I II'n.I I. ,ngagtl! In tMixInPtmunder range 22E in the City of Starke.W. bo held In Itrailfoid (County. 4t 10-33 1 )
------------- ---- the th'UI"n"III" of RnnnleIonnlo State of 1>Florida on Tuenday next ,
store at the following ad- C. Con of Brooker to C. nucceedlnic the first Monday In iv ciMcur, toiur. lilt. tiiFnnit .f
And See Our Line of New dreaM: 22S Knxt Call Street, Bmrko: F. November, A. I>. 1948 th. .aldTueHdny OI'STV. Kl.OIIIII%| I"\ C.HA\-. : C .
e In Florida, and Intendx to reirlHtrr the i. au..ett of Brooker: all SW being the ( K HMoleriad V.

xald fk'tltlmix name In the office 1.4 ut ....Wl-4 of Sect. 14, Twp. SECOND DAY OF NOVEMBER Althea (llreBl. Plalnllff v... )
of the ("ltrk of the Circuit Court Joseph Ulrenl Pefendant. CIIHH No. 1P I
7 ku, ,Hange 20 E containing For Klrht ((8) I'resldentlal Klectom. 811MtI.
of the Clerk of the Clinlllt Court
BICYCLESNow .. 21 ...... OIII1KII. OF 1"111.11'10'11 1 t
Klllot J. 1'I'nn.1(1. Flynn) cole .d. alSo all that poruon Al\l ., ;
owners. __ .. 10-1 4t 10-23 of SE1-4 For Governor of the State of it Ol'I'I-I TO .t l.l..:,it ,
of NE1-4 of Sect. 15, Florida S TAT It': OF 1"LititIlto up
I I 7 So. For Secretary' of State of the Joseph (llreHl, whose ,
on display at our store Twp. Range 20 E lyingSo. State of Florida residentiid

TERMS TO SUIT QUICK RELIEF FROM 35. acres.of Starke and containing of For Florida.Attorney General of I the State I ndilicHH York K4H Fltmhlntt! |I.,: cn|Ave.JoMpph, Ilicx.klyn'"r"HI., New Mr.., ],'' yourFullC :1: > i

For Comptroller of the State of
Symptoms of Dtotr.M Arhlng from Ymi are required to appear on
ALSO USED BICYCLES AND Among the deeds recently reCorded FloridaFor November I. I 04$. In I the IIIOVH| oH op.
STOMACH ULCERS Tieanurer of the i State of !
ed Court and l
BICYCLE REPAIRS in the Court House ate: Florida tiff seeks CBUMH wherein pluln- wardrobe I
divorce &
: custody & control '
DUE TO EXCESS ACIDFr. D. E. Knight Starke to William For Superintendent of the ,HtHt of of PuMIe Florida Inntluctlt'M of minor child. Mriidfurd, I
County .
..BooIITollso'HomeTroatnlontth.t> H. Beaher Starke: The For CummlMKioner' of Agriculture: I Older In TeleKrap nest four! Bliull wceklv publish issue thin _____-_-____-_--_--___-__-_-= ,
of the /HtHte of 1".10100.
wnIiw Must Help or It Will Cost You NothingOver Kl-2!: of SVV1-1 of NK1-4 of Sect. For Four ((4) J II..tie'". of the Supreme nt\ItneH* mv hand! and "ttl<'lnlll..I! ,

three million bottlt\ll of the WILL noTniATMiNT 35, Twp. 7 So., Range 2JE:! also tourt of the state:! of Flwr- 29.1 stnrke 945. "'Iort.la. thin SeptemberOFFICIAL That iicatantvpln.rllprewM appoara.nc t
OUTBOARD MOTORS have been old for relief nfymptomiiofdmtrenarliillig Ida. hoop 1234. 1
from Ctanuclt beginning at the 6VV cor. oSuL4 For onx ((1)) Itullronil and Public A(4 Cleik' nf SHAD A. J. Thomas lit no RC'C'I dill Ou.d.n.I Ulcer due to C>ee. AcidPoer ::: ot NE1-4 of said Sect. UtllltleH I CuniiiilnHloner. of the tttateof H Hiihl Coint" I
.. Florida' I'v Haven Crosby I). C by rarcful thonniKh; scIentIfic method I Icc
Dlf tloit Sour or UpMt temachtQinln <35 S thence N210 thencerun T Frank Liindrum, ,
tun yds Still i-ice Flortdn'
.. Heartburn. leeplenneu.. ete.. Fur Itfprenentatlve of the Second ..
*> dry cleaning that not only removesc
WGGS &BAKER dun to I.c...Acid.Hold on IS day.' trial I IAik fc!>70 yda thence run So. 210 j I Congrrei'i'lonal r>l.trlct of the Stale Attya. for I'lf. 10-1 4t 10-2.:::: t
I for "Wlllard'i M......" which fully yds thence run VV 70 Con- of Florida. In the Kluhty-Kh: Con- grime, hut actually Tl'Juvtnatl'lIOuU" and ,I Ic'oat"
yds. tfreNH, fit tht United fcitaten.! iv 'IItCTI'r <'01 it
explains this tn.tm"nt--tne- : r. mi tiiKoiin "
Call St. Starke' Fla. Laming 23 acres more or less. For TWII Circuit Judice Oroup (OIINI'Y. Kl.Illllllt I IN tlt\. Have tliat nprurMil-up, wellKroormHllook
KO.CII DRUG STORE I.:. Eighth Judicial Circuit of the I ('KHV.Horothv. 1 this fall. Uon't wait until roltl weather : :
_._--------------- ; Wm. H. Beaher Bradford Co. Mlnte of Florida. Aniey, Plaintiff v.. Wil
to Alice May Jones Starke: The For One state Attorney nighth I liam irertram, Amey. Defendant' actually arrives to get your clothes Inhap I H
.. Judicial f'lr"iitt" tit tha. _KlHtM___ ntFlorida ('".... Nn. 'Ud' '
-u ---- -- .n n -'
El-2 of the SVVl-t of the ME1-4 l : *-. 1
--I uitUKit or PI Iii ;* vi ION .\NI, .
of Sect. 23, Twp. 7 So., Range For State Senator for ]Fifteenth.I NOTICITO; '"'''1-: 531
Any Brand Senatorial District of the Mute of 1 1TATK OK K I. O III l> \ tnt ,
:l:! Florida \Vlltlam Bertram Amey whose resi

I Guy H. Sale Starke to J. E. of For IteprrHentatlver One Member of the Tfoune dence IN unknown: PHONE 135 I
the ftate of You are hereby required, to appearon '
/ Pure Lard Hardy Brooker the Easterly half Florida. October 28. 104*, In the above ROBT.
of lota 1 & 2 of Bik. I of Wynn For County Sheriff. Judffe.For named Cnurt and cause, wherein 315
plaintiff seekn divorce and runtodv '
Addition to btuiKe. For Clerk of the Circuit fourl. and control uf minor I ihlld I Urndfind" GREEN, 'leuJ : I-
S For; County: AnneiHor of TUX''. County relea-raph shall publish, this Temple .
a' A. O. Jenkins Bradford Co. to For Tax Collector. Order In next four weekly li>"",,.. Owner II

I lb.27c) I L. Z. Baker Starke: The W 45 Public For Instruct(County Ion.Superintendent of at Witness Htarke, mv Florida hand, and thl.offIcial seal ,AYe. "1
ft. of lot 1 of Blk 44 in Livingston For County Surveyor.' IB 194'*. .'

Iruby & Co's Sub-Div. in For Three :Membera Board of (OFFICIAT SKAT) A. .1. I _
S 5,31b. lOc -. County CommlHHlnners. T.I.I. 1-3-6 AH Clerk of said I .
NE1-4: of NE1-4 of Sect. 28 Twp. For Three :Memlier of, the County By Haven Crosby D r.
6 So., Range 22),;. Board of 1'ubllc Instruction. 'laY Selden Selden Thom.e'j : STARKE. FLA. 1
3-4-5- DI..t./ boa Heach. "Florida ::1
L. J. Green Starke to H. B. For Siiper' lnnr of .. .. /Attys. for Pit. 9-24 I =- =-" ,II I II
Peyton of Starke .- II\
: SE1.4 of NE 'I,

fOES, 5 ft. 21c 4 Threads of Gold 1-4 of Sect. 26, Twp. 6 So., Range 1 I

22E. and 40
containing acres.

Wm. C. Powell to H. A. Pishop, How We Can Give You Fresher More BeautiC

YAS, lb. . 9c ( FLOUR Jr.: all of that portion lying and ,

being So. of the So. right of way

line of State Rd. no. 261 (now ful Flowers At Lower Prices

no. 230)) the Wl-2 of the El-2 j

5 I lbs of the SE1-4 of the SW1-4 of ;
ICE, 2 heads . 19c Sect. 27, Twp. 6 So., Range 22E I

containing 10. acres. ..I

3 5 c IB .III! j

IV, "
5, 3 ft. 25c I mi titKOHii 4 01 "'rt, ""' ..CUU""II I'

I,I IN ("II t"dluy.liessle Lee: Murkham. aa .Admix. H.x H.
etc., Plaintiff, VM. John I I II. irlfflet ; l" I'it
Hi, ; _
Iit-fcrulantx Cane No tMilOUIIKIt ; it
[OMATOES ft. 18c OK I-1 IH.lt tllllN' AMNO ) __J
"I'K'K: TO tPPKtllTill i
': HI'tit: 01' tl.olllltt, 10 _tI :a, i
Southern DelightGRITS John K. Urlffls und Hilt h Urlffls,
POTATOES hlM wife, the reBldence. of eai. .h ot ...1
3 ft. 25c 5 ft. bag 35c whom U 4't\ ', Kant 72ml St., beat-:!
tie, VVarthlnKton' ami., James I L J '
(IrlffiH and lolH( l, lirlfUN bin wife, .. __ I ,
the resident of each i.f whom I. : I
unkn Plantation ur (liiiinliifc any right, tit la oc Interem ; i
I I In any ,.f the fOllOwing l>roIpeitv ; n
i ;;
MEAL ft. bag 35c I : SW'',, ,of NW 't ut SK' of .
Set 34. Twii Ha., It. 22 K:. In [Brad
ford ('''"IIly, .Florida and that cer. 2P- 4! .1.1S
lain ni"ilKnK.. .n'.urn..rlnl mild
dent.rlbed. real estate and recorded !

SUGAR lb. . 39c In of Mtir public. Hook records 1 14 ut of PUKVH said county l 11.5-196. !S i t tMi

.and the note secured by said rnort- IIIto
care in the sum of $'M 10.00( ( dated
j life 211 19H I payable In
DOHHS :MARKET :'\!IANJGERlapll; HouneCOFFEE 1 Inxtallments; ; :: of 120 Ou each, hear

ing Interest at 6 percent per annum,
Beef 1 lb. bag 49c payable to order tit T. II. Lee, an l ,
| STEW, ft. 28c I .." hy C. II. I.Hinbcrt .-j'..
torla ambert:
TAKK NOTK'K that a suit and'ir'I itl
lnftltutid In the above C
Blue Pluto I calico by rlH..la Lie Markham ax '
AUS AGE ft. 27c Admrx. nf E..h" "f T. II. lx-.., deceased I ;
Salad I Dressing . 39c an plaintiff, and airaln '
I IWhen
I you and each of you an defendant;
the relief nought In said suit IH to :
establish plalntlff claim an ab-
solute owner of said morlRaire' and
Ilagwell's note, and to foreclose valil mortgage -
BONES ft. 18c an a first Hen over the abovedeHrrlbed our first Air Express shipment
of Giant
. Many of
Apple JELLY 19c lands: and yon. and earn our visitors wonder why we installed
ot you are hereby r.'IIIlr..d l to file Chrysanthemums! Roses Pom Poms Gerbera such a large refrigerator .
your appearance personally or bv display case I
attorney In Haiti Court and cause etc. arrived direct from California a few days ago, The answer is that the largest I,
HAM, ft. . 45c on November I. ID4. anil thereafterto we at Colonial Florist were thrilled beyond words. to buy and case is cheaper J J
file your written defence within cheaper to operate. It is true that ,
the time prescribed by law" otherwise Flowers picked one day in California received by did not need and we ; ;
the allegation of the mil .,f the we did not intend to use all space ij II
us following I
will be taken day Sounds unbelievable for
f'omplatnt AH rnnfended displaying arrangements. The '

STEW : S roll.mh..or. Telegraph. by I.you.the Bradford duly qualifiednewapaper County doesn't it? But that's just what is happening I is designed also for reserve stock of large flowers size case We J f'I;

ft. 65c TISSUE 25cf Nolle shall In which he published thin Order In and thenext We are buying direct from the source of supply. had in our plans to have flowers come direct from .I'" j. IP.

four weekly. InnueeWltneim We buy CHEAPER this way and are more than source of supply in quantities thus our large I >>1. ""
hand and nfflclalneal
inv !
ULLET ) at -Htarke. ITmlforcl ......nty. glad to pass the savings on to you our cus- refrigerator capacity enables us to buy flowers at s

ft. 22c LUX TOILET: (SM.) Florida. A. r thin.. 1448 2ftth day of Hrptemhep tomers. a saving therefore, a SAVING FOR THOSE' f i :

__ fOFFlrIAI.'I.! : .' A..1. Thoma. WHO BUY FLOWERS FROM US. tt'5 5t.
p SOAP 9'c! rlerk of Clrr'ilt I'onrt of Dradford :. Is I
)Ll) (;IRYYBEANS ('nunt, Florida.Molll % 1
V. Knla-ht' tttarke' Florida 24
Atty. for Pif. 10-t oft 10-21 HOUR SERVICE J
14c I


ForYour COUGH PHONE 218 I 1'I ''''

FEEDS t.S.F'' Flowers Wired i I>"I
Creomuliion relines promptly becau. Anywhere : Ji?

the of the trouble
it goes right to sea =p
to help lomen end expel germ laden Come By And See Our Beautiful New Shop \ !

phlegm and aid nature to looihc and \t..
heal raw, tender inflamed bronchial t '
ITNEY-JUNGLE mucouS mcmbuntvTcll your druggist!: i'i't.:

to tell you a bottle of Creooiuloon Colonial 1 Florist '

with the understanding you must like ;

I lb. way it quickly allay the coughor ,
a you are to have your money back. CYNTHIA SCHMITT


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L" PAG16 FOUR = ...1'OBEq:.. l
Sgt. R. W., and their chillun man and they continued merrilyon Flynn, a
Ladies JrDenmark"
r Miss Caldwell Visitor HonoredAt St. Mark's left Tuesday aboard the USS r their way Others follow BObby BI ,

m CLUBS To Wed JVlr. YawnMr. Theatre PartyMrs. Plan Parish Supper Weigle to return to the good ing the Tornadoes were Dot &: Bill LItb,1 I
SOCIETY and ole States Reese will report Powell, LJ1 &: Buddy Bishop, Alex So long -
I J. F. Williams of Wewahitchka. The auxiliary of the St. Mark'Eplacopal e, to Fort Mason In San Francisco, Purcell, Gladys Hobbs GeorgeALVAREZ' 8re YOII ti1IBI
e Church held their tilt
: t Office Gladys Mooty Residence who Is visiting her daughter evening regular at t thence to Maxwell field then --- -'-- .- --.-----. .
Monday -
q; Phone 29 editor Phone 35.t Mrs. J. M. Hembree waa the meeting he and the family ,will spenda -- -
Service Center.
Inspiration for a delightful theatre the Church 91> day 'leave with Dot's folks
11.I directress, rl 1
Mattle Gahagan Men's
: party given by Mrs. F. F. Stump at which here before he gets his new assignment STORE
conducted the meeting t
Monday evening. If there are any
WSCS Circles made for parish I he11891
Birthday Party plans were -- -- -
around town time
Following the entertainmentat bold-ups any
.I November.Mrs.
to be held In
; Friday Afternoon Met Here MondayCircle the. theatre, the party returned -' supper. O. L. Beasley was in charge soon the proper authorities can

.I n. One of the Methodist to the Stump home on N. refreshments, assisted by Mrs.R. check on Charlie Parker as the ANNOUNCING THE O!>EN1N \
'n" Mrs. J. R. Walnwrlght entertained possible culprit He was the (; OF
met at the home of Mrs. a Walnut Street for refreshments.The J. Davis.
t1' at a lovely birthday party recipient of a toy cap pistol on I
I last Friday afternoon for her son, L. S. Hutto on Monday afternoon living room was attractive his birthday Tuesday 'Twas Colonial InnM.VDISOX
.).t" Richard Alvarez who was celebrating with Mrs. Shellle Hall as co. M k. r t with vases of October daisies and HazenHundleyFriends beautifully t wrapped In several I RestauraJP

j his first birthday anni hostess. 4 ageratum. A cut glass bowl on of I. H. Hazen and Miss layers of boxes, yards of tissue
versary. Mrs. W. G. Halle presided over the lace-covered refreshment' table Mildred Hundley Ritch both of and literally miles of ribbon STREET: SOUTHSATURDAY COlRr" *
I 1 The rooms of the Walnwrlght the business meeting. Plans were held a beautiful arrangementof Jacksonville formerly of Starke,

; ,. home on clark Street were decorated discussed for the bazaar and food ageratum and fern. will be interested in hearing of Seen at the Seabreeze vs BHS OCT. 16, 6:00: \j'\ MPhone.
t '. with arrangements of dahlias sale to be given by the CircleIn X41 Mrs. Williams received a lovely their marriage which ,was kn game in Daytona Thursday nite I,
.I I i4 I in pastel tones. November. The last Chapter handkerchief from her hostess in event of last Saturday afternoonIn ot last week: Ruby Johns &: 182-J for Reservations for Opening \,

a ?, I' The youngsters played with toys of the study book, "Great Prayers honor of the occasion. Fnlkston, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Dot Epperson with car full, Including ,. IKhIn
ti ) during the afternoon, assisted by of the Bible" was given by the Guests Included Mrs. W. E. Hazen are both graduates of Mary Sue Epperson We Will Specialise
Miss Kate Struth. pastor, Rev. J. R. Hill. The meet- Middleton, Mra. F H. Long Mrs.A. Bradford High School and arc Marion Harrington, Tom J.1'-: in
,It' A pretty :white birthday cake Ing was closed with prayer by A. Durden, Mrs. D. E. Knightand ,now making their home in Jack- Clane Robert Manning Jimmy Fried Chicken -' Hot Bread and Roll||, _
t" ( 't. with a pink candle centered the Mrs. Hill. and Mrs James Glover Mrs E. S. Matthews. son vllle. Davis Johnny Kopelousos, Mary and Seafood Salad and Luncheon ( St"ak
t, "I refreshment table which was overlaid Refreshments were served by Caldwell of the State Farm announce Ella Turner Martha Landrum Regular Dinner at Night; Open .ou"?.
,it t, with a paper "Happy Birth- the hostess to the fifteen mem- the engagement of their Ann Johns & Prissy MrRae fast Children's Plate for Breah

,t tti,: e'I!" day" cloth. Little favors the of childrenji1lAirm animal bers and four visitors present. daughter, Lila Rae, to Theron They travelled in the Epperson a.SPecialty|
"I. rattles were given to Alexander Yawn_ eon of Mrs station wagon and had a blow- -
> .. .......' the se rving f\t .rpfrpflh__n_" "" MRS. LARKIN D. WEEKS
"If at Z. R. Jones of Donald.ionvllle, Ga out enroute, but 'twas mendedby 01VNER-OPER.t10IT'S
Mrs. Mrs. Circle Two .was
.. ments by Wainwright Miss Caldwell. who has been a kindly sewing machine sales-
't home of Mrs. A. W. Redgrave,
\is, Glen Wood and Mrs. V. E. How- the Wall
with the H. C.
j assisted by her daughter, Mrs.
t. 1"I. Agency for the past nineteen
Enjoying the occasion with Joe Martinez.
months !Is a graduate of Brad- I
; I t: ,,I'. their little host were Murla Wall, Mrs. F. H. Long circle leader i ford High school, class of 46, and It's been' a mighty quiet week Call Street friends are pullin' ANN PAGE WEEK AT
; : Vicki Struth, S. G. Denmark Jr., conducted a short business session I attended the Florida State University folks, as far as spot Un' an' jot- for her Also report with A&I
r t'' l i.Phyllis Darby, Susan Wiggins, after which Mrs. R P. Shepherd II I Mr. Yawn is In the junior tin' Is concerned Blame it on)regret that Robert Green has For grand tasty meals. that
''l T 1" Katherine McClanc, Jimmy Lewis, of class at the University of Florida the ,weather, I suppose Whenwe been answering sick call for the \, ,,,,,,5 are real honey-values discover -
I I reviewed the last chapter
,'L' Beverly Baker, and Michael Green. is a graduate of the Greenwood go into one of these prolonged past two weeks Don't know Ann Page Foods.Theyare tIYW
.t'' "Great Prayers of the Bible", I High School, Greenwood Fla. and rainy spells seems that Call- just what the trouble is, but L
lie Miss Durene Sargent will return >
the beautiful streeters curl home witha wouldn't be If theery finest quality
stressing prayer just up at i surprised hittingthe
S ,; to her home In Washington, D. served 22 months In the Army "
is I't t' ,*C. this weekend after upending i io and faith of St. Paul. Air Corps in Europe.No good book and refuse to make old grind a little too early aft, yet they're priced amazingly
any news Can't I blame and a little too long at his clean-
l the past two weeks with Mr. and A period of fellowship was enjoyed j definite date has been set say low.
o I them at that To make the Ing establishment might have
"f, Mrs. T. W. Attaway. following refreshments. for the weeding.
I.tI\"i.' la' weekend even more dull the Air- ,something to do with it J SALES: DEPARTMENT
:! ( park opening events were called Understand the Rotary Club will
r i>ff because of murky weather, but lose a good president when

; t; I'' I Lovely Table Lamps 3.95 even that didn't keep the crowds :Junius Smith goes back to ,railroading s; ANN PAGEBEANSIN,
1 from converging on the place 'I Monday after a six- r
Hear the cafeteria ran out of food, i year lay-off He'll still be
'. REGULAR 6.9.r VALUf
the management frantically He'll still be around Call Street TOMATO
Assorted Color Bases & Shades combed Starke and then had to I I however having wangled the po- SAUCE

fly to Orlando for six dozen eggs! sition of conductor on Peggy PAGE

Boudoir Lamps 2.50 Flash from-the Small Fry ANN 2 I Mb. Cans, 23c

And now I'\e heard of every- Front Linda ((8) FOODS
: ) &; Roy ((5))
r'', ''i LARGE BASE Beautiful Shades3Piece !'! thing! .We all know instancesof Bryant went over to neighborIng .
folks getting Florida and in Patrolman &; Mrs.\ Hal Gillin' -
their shoes and wanting to come I house Monday morning at IN OUR MARKET
back here to live .
Sectional But whena ,,6 o'clock and roused little Paula
young lady buys a steamship :Gillin ((61 out of bed, raised the Green GiantPEAS
18950LIVING ticket to go to England for a six 'window hor her and the three Florida Dressed & Drawn L Lb,

:1 k', ROOM SUITSRegular gets months'as far visit as New with York her parents and becomes -, 'went looking for for a flowers walk, supposedly. When 17 OZ.., 2 cans 35c Fryers ((2-2J: lb ave.) 65c;

enough to turn
they were missed all neighbors
: 215.00 Value! around and come back to Starke- police et cetera dashed madly all Niblet
that the record! Super-Right
tops That's
a over town, Reno and elsewhere Quality Lamb
't Beautifully Designed And Expertly Tailored what happened (fa little bird tells looking for the culprits CORN. 12 OZ. 2 cans 33 C '
Ib. 1
me) to attractive English war Hal finally found them near Legs, i9cCampbell's
Hardwood Frames
bride Mrs. E. L. Griffls and I
; Y, back
Peggy of the B &; M
.- .. guess it's true because I saw Drive-In about 8 o'clock Lb.
her with my own eyes in the Week Breast & Flank Stew
before last Paula fell 23c
post office tother day Also Tomato Soup 3 29c
,,1 Buy Your Heaters & Blankets glimpsed Jimmy Peterson hob- one the leg steps, then and last had week stitches she fell in cans

blin around on one leg becausethe off Western Park Loin
tricycle and had more
t From Us other was broken in an ac- taken in the other leg .
I :ident at the mine a couple of Chops or Roast lb. 63c
MCI : 2 or 3 more grey hairs IONA PLAIN or SELF RISING ,
months ago Seems be was for: Mom & Pop Gillen .

Double cent's playing hookey when from I St. Vin * Blankets Hospital saw him Hear that Dot (Green) Reese FLOURi

-.... .. Perch Fillets lb. 31c
One for the .scrap book (from -, J lOb I

\ _.a.. .,' ALSO \ Tr" 'i 11'1'' ,.' .di youngsters Miami Daily Morris News)-Starling"Two other and I to n fI\\' S 'Western BeefChuch

Heaters of Different Types fullback John' Willi slot are and working are fast from roundIng the- ..y .4&\\ 6' I C Roast, lb. 69c

to form starling, a transfer is
s from Starke, is one of the cpeed-
M cst backs on the team. Both are FRESH Fruits
& Vegetable!
becoming acclimated to the ;Notre -

.1 'Ji! ITtS A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT their Dame presence box,felt"and. .will. Morris make \ Cf. COLUMBUS. Jewel Oil qt. 65c APPLES Red Yorking (for

now a high school junior in Miami shad CAMERA! ,
IH an ex-Tornado, the son cooking & eating) 3 lbs. tic

[ '1F Denmark Furniture Co. of former Mr. and residents Mrs. of H.Graham E. Starling and, My would what have wonderful made pictureshe !

Starke Bet that Biggs, Baker d: But YOU and other adventurous Jewel lb. CAULIFLOWER, Snowball,
44i 29c
t PHONE 151 STARKE. FLA. and Muhlhofer ,will know from ioi modern soul can ,
. fi now on to check their :J have the time-of-your-lifa I I2's head 19c
1.' putputgas I g J{ taking pictures of this grand per
tank before going out on land that Columbus discovered
Kingsley Hear they ran out t'IJ .
of petrol In the middle of the "s or candid shots of youngsters Heinz Catsup 14 23c Grapes Red Tokay, 2 Ibs. tic
lake Sunday afternoon and had 1 or parties-or any oz.
to paddle back Took 'em d thing! '
about two hours! . with one of our fine, ft --- --- - GRAPEFRUIT, 46's & 54*
.4 easy-to-use cameras. .
Among thorn, taking in the Tul- i 4 Ibs., 19c
.Il II p l, ,a -, s sa-Gator game In Gainesville I li "Ereryf 'h'r.'c' Strained _
; J Saturday night were Freddie
: a. I_ Wimberly Everett McKlnney, Hollywood Camera LETTUCE, Iceberg 6 0's

Jai Patsy & Vernon Silcox, Elsie & Gift BABY FOODS

: ; Melba and Boss Stringfellow Paaa, Inman Doris Green Mon- ShopCall 2 heads I9c

crief, Maxie Carter, Jr., Lu' Bey- Railroad
ers, Sonny Haynes LU & Buddy BARTLETT
std. Garnita Hutto, -- -
Bishop Raymond 3 f 25c
dq I'' fl Duke, \\'arrenVlnkler & Virginia I or 2 Ibs., 29c
, Ingram, and Charley Ted
z' & Jerome Johns Incidentally -
WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE hear that Jerome pledged i PAaRSTARKE FLA' POTATOES Idaho Baking,
SAE at the U of F last week A-Penn ,

OUR APPOINTMENT AS DEALER FOR And another new fraternity MOTOR OIL; QT. 23c 5 Ibs. 29c
r + man Is DeWltt Crawford, ,
Sun., Mon., Oct. 10, 11 _
ti who signed with Pi Kappa Phi A-Penn
Note In passing: You should
see the cute little handmade CASBAHTony DRY CLEANER. Gal. 73c TOMATOES, Lg., Red, Ripe
I animals and dolls at Ronnie- :Martin Yvonne de Carlo

Donnie Hear they're made Also' >> Ne*. &: Comedy Woodbury Soap, Reg., 3--28c 2 Ibs., 33c _
by a local lady I

.: : .t MOTOR CARS iJ Odd & Rmlleti Lt. Ed Sil The,.. Oct. I? O.NLV ONIONS, Yellow, Mesh Bag,
; t ;: \'ernall Is at Camp Kilmer, N. NUTI.EY

J. waiting for overseas assignment STRAIGHTSHOOTERS 5 Ibs., 29c
Left Starke Sunday
.1 I\. Poughkeepsle N. Y. have reopened .
4 1 I1 Ado News &: Comedy FEEDS
1 the A & A dinette In TRY OUR TALCO
::4 ', Ye., ur'vo joined the awing\ to KaI r-"rlU4'r. and proudly announce the Park Theatre bldg. I Pound 1.33

k our srlrrUon a* Kalwr-Frazer. dealer In thin. vicinity! From now on, Polly Mann has been elected W....., Thuri.. Oct. 13. 14UOUBLK SCRATCH FEED, 25 lb. 1 128c
,t our showrooms will dl..playm. rlt'a'. m.>"t-copltl car the valuo- Social Chairman of the YWCAat t.3
proved KAISER and "FBAZER with their 103 new refinements. andre Georgia State Woman's College LAYING MASH, 25 Ib. -

i Improvements. for '49 which put the earn that wem year ahead Valdosta Buddy &: KILLER DILLAND GROWING MASH, 25 lb.> 1.3''
.1 farther ahead than ever! In ad.Utlon. our write department will Lillian Bishop will start clearIng 1 130
t x now operate exclusively under KaUer-Fraaer tador -appro"eod IIH'th04" their newly-acquired Bland- STARTING MASH, 23 tt>. -

. I a* a guarantee to yea of the f fanieAt..! mW' efficient bail moi Ing road property soon .Located Clouds Over Europe -
across from the Bill Pow' 25 roe .1.t
economical ItHo'wn, tnaiier. wn'a't WiaU of car
toy wrvlre ,oU'v. ever ; no !11'.,' and they evpeet to Start a,Dot
t )'ou're drUtng. Drop In soon.' Let's get acquainted. building in the near future F.A.B. Soap Powder 20fc DAIRY FEED, 100 Ib.
Hear the Joe Arnolds have been 33C _

1 offered (and turned down) tlOOO IMlfBLt: FB.ITtRK White HouseMILK
for their Great Dane whose Waldorf
full name Is SabrelU Lady Mar- The MARAUDERS 3 Tall Cans 42c Toilet Tissue 3 for 22c

L. L. Libby Sales& Service yon-"Babe" for short. --
! Wm. nod a* llopaloag Cassidy. -
Sorry to hear that Jill Oakcsla ANDSTORK HCOCOShortening ASS P\jt(

IJ e having such a rugged time KETCHUP
', 201 N. Temple STARKE FLA. Phone 33 of It In Riverside Hospital BITES
r SERt Seems she'll undergo an operation MAN 4 lb. CARTON 14 OZ. GL.\S5
as soon as she's built up '
Also Hbort & Serial 19c
enough reserve strength to undergo
the ordeal Thought --
A he'd like to know that all her 300-302 E. CALL ST. STARKE. FLA.



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Earl Johnaon
In Mettrr Ga. They I Arnold Home Scene Baptists TEL Class Birthday Dinner .

IS of LOCAL NEWS --r rMoore f ff were Johnson two weeks accompanied who with had his spent home grandmother the by Holt past Of Cocktail Party Enjoys Luncheon Annual For Charley Parker NOTICE. I :

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arnold enter- MeetingThe
r F r*j Charley Parker was the honor
--- Mrs. J. M. Brownlee.IT '
tained at a cocktail party Sun- guest!! at a dinner party given for
of Plant City 1 Mrs. W. D. Faxon and daughter PAYS to TRADE with SLADEMr. the occasion being annual luncheon and busi-
evening !
[ day him Tuesday evening in celebration Cold \Weather Is Coming
Donna Dee, left Saturday to ness meeting of the T.K.L. Class
,,trend with her m- and Mrs. L. W. Koch hd the first birthday anniversaryof of his birthday anniversary.A .
'f i Brown. spend a few days with Mrs. Fax AS their recent visitors, Mr. and their daughter, Jacqueline Ann. i of the First Baptist Sunday chicken dinner was served

|flv c H. Nasworthy on's daughter Mrs. M. C. Ford, Mrs. R. O. Turner, who were en- The Arnold home was attrac- School was held on Monday, Sept. I to the party at Sch.*nck'a followed PLACE YOUR ORDERS
rs, In Panama City. 27, in the Church Annex. The reception -
over the route from North Carolina to tively decorated with arrangements by dancing near Palatka. '"
r guests B. Peyton of Pfc.:: Alex Fowler, stationed with their home in Scbring. of fall flowers. A large hall .was attractively dec- f
H a Medical Company of the 82nd orated in white and green the NOWKEROSENE '
\Ir: and Mrs. Mrs. W. M. Hazen and children. chocolate cake embossed with and Mra. Bertha Fuller; Teacher, itK
ana Airborne Division at Fort Ben- Claaa colors. The luncheon was :
Gainesville on Mary Ruth and Monroe of Gaines- white icing centered the refresh 'I Mrs. H. L. Hough(
I' 9t ning, Ga., is spending a T-day ment table. aerved buffet style from a beau
I ville were visitors of
Tuesday Offering at this time was $1.0.
leave with relatives in this vicin Mrs. M. F. Hazen. Little Jacqueline was the recipient tifully appointed table.
iVvnt T"1 been en- ity. I of a beautiful plastic Mrs. R. A. Thomas, President, Invited guests for this occasion
-oualn. WilburrS Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Noble of Rev. and Mrs. L., D. Haines OIL
Mrs. Emalyn Mathews and eon, rocking horse made in the shape presided and introduced the teach were & FUEL
| Wade of Bridge-I Buddy, spent the weekend in Valdosta Indianapolis. Ind. were guestsof of a duck, a product of Florida er Mrs. H. L Hough, who Mr. and Mrs. E.G. Mann Jr., Mr.
'M, are entoute home Ga. visiting Buddy's grandparents Mr. and Mrs. L W Koch last Plastics gave the welcome which wan and Mra. T. K. McClane Jr., Mrs.
'PCka trip to Calif. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. week. The Kochs and their house- A. C. Durden and former class!
Invited to be with the Arnolds responded to by Rev. L. D. Haines;
business Interests. Mathews and his uncle and aunt, guests spent two days in Arcadia for the occasion were Mr. and E. C. Mann Jr.. Superintendentof members .who are now teachersIn AVOID

L-Clurc! and Carolyne Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Ball. visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Koch Mrs. R. G. Davis and children the Sunday School gave a the Sunday school.

visiting relatives IT PAYS to TRADE with !LADE and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hudgina. Steven and Lynn Mr. and Mrs. short and Interesting talk. I Committee on arrangements

iburg this week. Mrs. Rosa Girton of St. Petersburg Mrs. Carrie E. Adams of Jack- Steven Ray. and Mr. and Mrs The business session convenedat was composed of Mrs. T. B. Hard- The Last. Minute RushM1

\M, A, I. Brown of spent: last weekend here sonville visited with Dr. and Mrs. William Goldman of Green Cove two o'clock In of Mrs ing, Mrs. F. F. Flume and Mrs. *
,, Ga. and Mr. and looking after business intersti. H. H. Adams a few days last Springs. charge G. R. :Matthews "'e Guarantee Quick Delivery And
,n of Miami The Service of Consecrationfor Thomas! The most Important business r; i H
For All
Drnnard week.Wide Will Have Ample Stock ...
evening guests of Mr. the Rev. Edward Hamilton assortment print cloth UDC Chapter MeetsAt to be taken care of at this This Winter ..

I F Miles.1TR (\ West. D. D, as Bishop Coadjutor 39c per yard at STUMP'S.Mrs. time was the election of officersfor DOLLY Customers
.\ .with SLADE of the Episcopal Diocese of Flor- State FarmThe the new Church year. Mrs.
A. Z.
B. H. Harding ida held in Jacksonville Monday Adkins spent the W. B. Alexander. Chairman of tiME a I*:

(foe Mrs.visited Mrs. Car- j was attended by Joe Sistrunk, Joe John weekend Love with her sister Mrs. W. T. Weeks Chapter, the Nominating Committee sub- K. G. DUNCAN M'I l

Sunday. i Hoover Mac Futch, Mis. Edward Wilkes In Jackson U. D. C., met at the home of mitted the report and the follow-

n Ward and Burns, Mra. O. L. Beasley and ville.Mrs. Mrs. L. F. Chapman at the State ing named officers were elected: ,'
hlrs. Roy
La Jane spent the Rev and Mrs. Bertram Simmons. H. H. Brice had as her Farm on Wednesday afternoon.The President, Mrs. R.A. Thomas, First /' OIL PRODUCTS ;

[ Dixie. Ga., visitingG. 1 Mrs. James Shepherd of Jacksonville guests for dinner and the nighton spacious living room was Vice-Pres. Mrs. O.R. Matthews; STANDARD '

I W Ward. (! is visiting Mr and Mrs. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. James decorated with bowls and vase 2nd Vice-Prea., Mrs. F. F. Flume; NwwYeerlnR I Phone 85 or 55 Starke, Fla. :
E. A. Winkler C. A.' Knight. A Brice of Miami Beach and of bright yellow daisies and pot Treasurer Mrs. D. W Moore; t
|Mrs( Mr. and Mrs. "' ____.________ __._ -----0>
guests the early part i iMrs. I i I, Mrs. Effie Johns had as her Sam Ingram of ted plants. Group Captains Mrs. D.W. Moore w.rr___

,, : Lois Wilson guests Sunday, her son and daugh- Oklahoma City, Okla. Mrs. E. K. Ferryman president -- -
and Miss Betty ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Blllv McCall has returned to i of the Chapter presidedover .P i
f Washington, D. C.Irs. |'Johns of Lake City. San Diego, Calif., after visiting the business meeting dur-

H. A Bishop, Sr. i I I Mrs. Johnnie Jenks and Mrs. hN. mother, Mrs. J. W. McCallfor ing which delegates to the State SET YOUR BUDGET RIGHT AT .

II Mrs H. A. Bishop, J. L. Keating: and children have the past week. Convention in Jacksonville. Oct :
returned to their home in New 12-13, were elected as follows:
f Miss
d the telephone Betty Eaves, who has been 8;
Orleans after visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle and Mrs. A.Z.
hlcago October con-I visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs I
John Adkins delegates; Mrs. L. F. 1
Mrs. Christiansen. Jack Eaves for the past three It t
and Mrs. G.W. Robl'rts.alternatl's. ,
Mavnnrd of Corduroys flannel shirts, week, has returned. to her homeIn Chapman 5
Mrs. L. A. Davis and
]?r daughter, Mrs. W. jackets polo shirts, sweaters!'! Maryland. '
,r, this week. and Poll Parrott shoes for Betty McCall has returned to Mrs.delegates Mattle Qahagan to the: General were ejected Convent -- 113 EAST STARKE ,tr r '

|J ll: !rhnlkley of Rich- children at STUMP'S.Mr. her home In Jasper after visitingher inn to be held In Savannah

e imklnff an Indef- I and Mrs. James VVillburn grandmother Mrs. J. W Ga. in November and Mra. J. B CALL ST. FLA. I

J'h w, son-in-law and of West Palm Beach were guests McCuII the past 10 daY Cottrell and Mrs. Chapman were SUPER STORES 4 II I,

|Ir. and Airs Frank of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle on "There is a Maiden Form elected! alternates.The \

Saturday. They were enroute to 4' I Ii
for officers
every type of figure. See following chapter
y Patterns Renfoe Valley Ky. for two weeks them at STUMPfS.' were elected for 1048-49: i I Ii

S- vacation. President Mrs. L. A. Davis i I
Itn, R. V Brooker of I Mrs. Effie Johns and sister H. P. Fouts of Lakeland was a 1st Vice.Pres.-Mrs. G. W. Roberts 1
\,re Sunday guests of Mrs. Carrie Smith will spend visitor In Starke and vicinity
Hal Gillen. Monday In Orlando visiting their during the past weekend beinga Secretary-Mrs. J. R. Wain- BLUE ROSE 3 lb. : I
guest at the home of his bro- '
Clnrk of Monticellot Mater and niece Mrs. J. S. Coul-

of Sen. and Mrs. fort and Mrs. Mena McCutchlon. ther-in-law and sister Mr. and wright Treasurer Mrs. J. E. Wilson
Nt Wednesday and Mrs. Susie Andrews and Mrs. Mrs. II. H. Lewis of Pine Level -
Historian Mrs. W G. Hall
f last week.Matthews W. S. Johns spent the weekend community. About forty years! Registrar-Miss- Olive Ray RICE 29cARMOUR'S I !

J and daugh- in( Alachua visiting; Mrs. Louise I and ago in Mr.his Foils late teens lived.was in engineerat Starke Recorder of Crosses-Mrs. W. :
returned at- .
| Monday Lynn. J. Chandler ..'
u I Hivcroide Hospital, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. J.E. the Starke Water & Light Mra. J. M. BrownleeThe .If' '' I
j where the latter un- Wilson and Mrs. F. E. Brownlee Plant. He is now and has been hostess served refresh- '" t

operation last Friday. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. iVy'DEF I,for many years superintendentof ments to the 16 members present .t
lines\ for the municipal electric 'f
plant at Lakeland. IT'S RED HOT 3 LB. PKG. .

Phone 52.J 'I Mr. and Mra. Calvin Johns had ANNA RUTH SCHWAB e. ''I''

SERVICE ; Irs. Hartmann 1 us their weekend guests, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Schwab f

'OIIOW THI STOUK ,.Urs. Thurman Hathaway and son, of Pittsburgh, Pa. announce the 79c :
Thurman,,Jr.,. and. .)fr., *rJ 'Mrs. birth of a daughter, Anna Ruth, Vegetable Shortening \
J, 'C. Hatb.awafnand-i.aoiV' Johnny, on Saturday, Oct. 2. Before her .

of "Macon Ga. marriage Mrs. Schwab was Virginia -

Branch of TT PAYS to TRADE with SLADE Anderson of Starke. I

Mrs. Beulah Taylor of Live Oak I
( has returned to her home after Mrs. Bertha Pearce is visitingher ALL FLAVORS EACH VAN CAMP'S:: lb. CAN35c r

INSURANCE1C. visiting Mrs. J. W. and aon-in-law and daughter 'Mr. i
.. .e a Mr. and Mr Jesse Newsome for : .Mrs. E. R. Smyth, In Nev TUNAyt I

three weeks. Orleans, La. for two weeks. CLIQUOT CLUB lOc MEAT 'J :Frl t

Mrs. Nelma Keen 'has returned Cut your cost of living! ;

C. WALL' AGENCY(; home after accompanying her Buy "Star Brand" shoes for ,

daughter and grandson Mrs. H.H. men. women and children atSTUMP'S. "' Y YI
McConnell and Temmy, to their 'I
PLEASE PHONE 146 home In Florence S. C.last weekend MAXWELL HOUSE POUND PACKAGE f

(Constant Service Over 50 TearELASSIFIED-" Judge, A. Z. Adkins o was railed .t '{

to Tallahassee the early part of a ,( r s I COFFEE 45c ', :( "
the week to sit with the Supreme

Court. .

Friends of W. L. Wall will 'be ,
glad to hear'he Is getting along '
--------- nicely after his operation Ttlen- .

IT1 ft .\ nov WANT., I..O.ST1! Two male dnr" one _whit day at St. Luke's Hospital in MOTHER'S BEST 5 LBS.
llFlilM! ; : !], PKCANS: !' Writ with hl1t pot. other fcpownHpottofj Jacksonville.Mr. ,

I.HuKl-nhrouk, Jen.,Del Up', ..In IT Both have donble Blue' and Mra. J. C. Wynn lend f t
W" found
notify :De' ttt
Ulye, ]\1.. :2, btarke, Klu. lip as their Sunday guests, Mrs. Let- I : i
1 1' middle bUHt r tie Parker of Jacksonville. Mrs 1 I MEAL i
"r with coulter. :FOIL KKNT: : FurnlBhed or untarnished or GRITS 9'cL :

I E 'i'Vnxriln 01, hen, IIK..d.3 ml At N. 2-room re-decorated.upartmcnt., F. A.AJ1 Scott<< ,recently and John Mrs.Whltsptt Merrill of Johns Dade City of Green, Mr. ,

2tp 10-15 ...
60S Tmnt Av Starke. ItpFOlt
Cove Springs, and Mr. and Mrs. I
chili r" .,.I'Persian n I. Haynesmrht rut on SAI-K- /6-bmrni oil .tove wlth G. P. Wadsworth, Jr. of Gaines. CL 1 11iCIIT :
oven built on, |.O. 1J.. Dahmer.phone .
it Sat, a. m'hon. G,. ville.
ft I>avl Florida up HOUSE SAVO I -
Mrs. E. D. Tenlpy and Mr. and QUART I
J lip FOR RENT: 3 modern apartment'. r
_' 3 & 4 Mrs. S. "E. Sparks attended the
room Nicely turnl..h.
Tw t. oni farni'.h.d one his new elxctrlp MmOarl CLEANSER 3 For lOc BLEACH
'5! 81 4.rnom Cottage.rr' Wynn, Kant ut Stnrke.ranire.Take, New River Baptist Associations! IOc'I!
1 blk. N. of left dirt road lit fall Hit.' brl4K1' meeting at North Pleasant Groveon I
HP then drive 1 mile .rant 10-8 If Wednesday.
M iJ
Ipnh"r bungalow on FUR-- HALE: l-ncrc, 6-rm. furn. honK.I Mr. and Mrs. Don Page of STUART'SCYCLE f,
X Jitney JUIIK-! rtper. well; litrlc pump good I Starke and Mr. and IVIrs.\ 38. "L. SHOP McGRATH'S CHAMPION 16 :
It water, chicken .hence, 100 icnfiflC'vprc CAN
w M Page and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
n punm iilantrd Sell rvnunnaltlv. -
1 it nh, Pont lac. hoodIpa each fir termH 11\ mlfHxt Page of Jacksonville' spent the Tempi Ave & 10th St. : ,
motor overradio -
'I lr,"M, I. ot Stnrki on new Blandinir weekend at Steel Lake, Keystone '
". Starke. Florida '
-, l' highway J. I I. Murphy Itp
box Pork
Heights. & Beans 3 ,'011' 25c
lip FOR SALE I steel hydraulic dump 1
y'rI 'r' your .me!! hudy. ilallon niak. Trice $66.011. n
See Hilly Javkonn. tf
Pr hour.
-- -
11udtVa --
|I '(( V church St.'
Foit "AI.1On": 4-htirntr can stove :
r : ,
lip with oven, broiler and xtorHifpfompartment. \ \
r fr warner elcet'a' 1C. F. Demurest, 221 To MAkE I Ioa HUNT'S'FANCY .
,, PI.. Bridge"-. Park IMace, ph. 22S-J. ItS I, "uw THEN OZ. BOTTLE'I'I
Bung 1'1.' .. Starke I wo
Itp .
E WINil: MACHINES-ew el..t.rl"
A.\: 1'llul'M and rebuilt machines for Immediate -

;t,pC'tark P \Y'la.Address meeting 10-1. P.4t maker at delivery$975.. Also K <1.buttonhole lIeml".. Tomato Catsup 15c"MEATSPR ,t
way 224 S. Thompson Ht.' 2tp 10-8 I II
"r "!". both II I ,
''ho' hsitera. iteward FOR SALE: New home on Hllver
ftit,'It 'Ia aka near Keystone Height"Klectrlc - - - -
lip -
: llirht and other convertlenrpx I -
:V- n"* Hen M. It. Judd, ror. I.... f
:New:apartment Krlirl.,' fayette & Adam St., Starke, Fla i
shed I II
"l'1"' tt I
d. Private
F: I 'I'av". Temple ti E I 1 !
"'ih NI phone 11. lip FOR hot SALE water: Large vofl. wood flood range rendition.Ileaaonable. with. I 'I ;

> In me rake and mow Also wood heater. I I
flake Cement walk., Phone Starke 130. It I .
'Pair work. 500 per HOME MADE lb. ROSE DALE NEW
"I'ttranteed si 1I N.O.2 CAN I;
the CallN. located lake front lot on Kin s- 1
man. 308 \
Mark, :|Icy take for rash. Dr J. A. I.rlcrr .'- CRACKLINCS-------l9cCARDEN : ,1\
Itp 1040 Taylor St. nalneivllle. I Ii LIMAS--I = .25c

'n 2.ro'ln porch cot private!... pltrt.bath, Phone 14
*l ptrlc reo LOIN or CLUB ',
III i lb.
ulllrle, turnl.h..d. Bulldozing dump trucking filland. BUNCH ,
I.d, .rr lit.., )Ire. J. r stump pulllnr, grading of
all kind. Reasonable price Carl STEAK
It Harton R... 100, box, 105. :2 ml - - 39c - - 71/
'.y 1m,,,1.! ':RI' VVt abt aouth on Keystone Itoad. tip 10-1 Trouble Is Our Business d
or, branded clrr -
"1'1" ..' Plea, rN a II i iriuomobile IIn..a'I :
,'or,, it:1' : 2, box 113-F.not- I { liability and ib GOLDEN RIPE I i Ip

.' Jtp lit.. .Bee N. D.me WalnwrHcht.for your insuranceneeds. Jr.. 12' R 0A S'T----------39cBANANAS--------' lb.
o. 'lannrc wood A foal W rr !"t' Phone 164 is WELLS ELECTRIC
i Jit Ion. 334 lipYOt'R x MATTRESSESOF ALL KINPS lb. 9j 1,4 2C rf rfPIG t


Cash NOW Prices PaidiExBULK EXPERT ELECTRIC STOVE & HEATER REPAIRS LIVER I - - 39cONI0NS,31bsefor---lOc I I I r i 11


PIG FEET 15c '

::0. Box 463 : 106 WASHINGTON ST. I J
ilIe, Fla.P ro. i

*a* tcard and I HASTINGS Drop IT MATTRESS* A Card CO. O. Box 607 I, C HITTLINGS-------25c I I BREAD LOAF J: .j,

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h. '-AGE sa a
t . Jane Thomas.Mr. home after spending: IIlx' weeks !has been absent from school for' last Thursday,
tr'Rest with her daughter and sister, a week because of an Infectedeye. Mr
T. B.
Still The Surest Cure and Mrs.
Mrs. Clarence Melton
and p
1 New RiverAND Mrs. Dalla Osteen. The children will be glad and daughter O.
r ,11 ,\:t, ,Despite Wide Belief In Specific Cures Lawtey and children Mr and of Starke Mrs. John were McKinney via-- Otis McKinney enlisted In the when she can come back to school. I iting Mrs. Cathertne,1I'P/t/ 1'\\
lUng t
H. F.rrfcPTA LONG BRIDGEBy He is stationed Mrs. John McKinney is on the WalterSunday. lilttr
r culosia patient and that they TIT. L.. Sunday. Army a month ago. White, at It""
l. : Just as there are many Mr*. E. A. Sapp Rader and at Fort Jackson, S. C. sick list this week. lillb 8

: b' ., 't 1 I 'vho. ill-advlsedly own and other.try to illnesses diagnoseheir in- would Injury.promote Unfortunately the healing there of are his NOTICEThe . . children Mr. and and Mrs.her Fred brother Pete of He likes the Burton Army attended fine. church Mrs., Catherine P. O. ,Starling and F. and W. daughter Osteen- WO Mrs., and L. L. Mathlt ant pry

Ii\ "l,,itead of wisely going to a doctor some who still believe that and Lawtey PTA will meet Aunt Belle Johns celebrated Penney Farms ,were visiting Mr. services W. C. at Hampton Saturday and family attended funeral services and children Mr. and Mrs. S. p sr
>,'. .here are others who speak of other fallacies concerning the tuberculosis next Tuesday night at 7:30: o'clock her Slat birthday anniversary and Mrs. John McKinney last for Rev. L. L. Mathis at visiting F. W all of Oxtol'il:,
I' pacific "cures" for tuberculosis patient's diet. Plans :will be made for the annualHallowe'tn lust Sunday at her daughter's Tuesday night. night.Our teacher, Mrs. Oscar Crosby, McCrabb Cemetery near Oldtown Sunday Osteen and
: 'ind one of their favorite "pre- We know today that a good, Carnival at the school home. Mrs Trubn Hodges. Sev- Mrs. Lizzie Hines has returned
( ,i I, icrlptions" If' a certain type of balanced diet, such as Ta worked i ii All persons Interested in our eral relatives and friends attendee
r ; 'ood or diet that will "cure lu 'i out by dieticians at the sanator school are invited to attend. tho it was rainy weather to wish .
i; terculosis", ium. Is the best one for the tuberculosis Aunt Belle many more happy }
Agg'& Tuberculosis can be cured, but patient. Such a diet Is UTILITIES T\X PASSED birthdays. She has been an Invalid .
I., ,t he best treatment leading tot one high in caloric content and At its regular meeting Monday I for several months but always ,
:' nat cure is rest under medical In vitamins that will build up the night the City Council passed a I seems happy and cheerful -
.1' lupervlsion In a tuberculosis san- strength that the patient needs to 10 percent utilities tax proceedsfrom as she greets her visitors. Aunt R.r .
t '/, itorlum or hospital. fight his disease. which will be earmarked for Belle received several nice gifts .
I l Many years ago, people falsely I Moreover, the. dirt recommended hp proposed new recreation and a bountiful dinner was served .
1 It I. } relieved, that great quantities of by the physician for hiv I j building According to the ordin- at noon, with everyone having a
il., -gg nags and raw eggs was the I I I"I patient and prepared by the sana- ance passed the maximum tax nice time.R. i -- r ears
y I );] eat possible diet for the tuber- torium dietician Is just a part aI-I that can be levied on any one J. Turner Jr. spent several .+ti 59
... ,1 I though an Important part of consumer Is $1.:...The tax. will: be I I days'! with his parents of Long 'tSir
.. effective on UtilI tie.Uleu duringthe ,I&r
tuberculosis patient's treatment. I month of November. Bridge last week after graduateIng n The Meat Bargain of.
: HLs supervised rest is of paramount from the Columbia School or
.t'fl% ( PROTECT i importance as is any other District Deputy R.. L. Shipp] Forestry at Lake City. He Is now, r r The Week! Lb-

<<., treatment auch as surgery that I and Niles Shaffer of Gainesville attending school at Massy'a Business ,
o 1"" '! t'o the patient's doctor might deem and C. E. Hernwall of Starke* College in Jacksonville. MORRELL SLICED"YORKSHIRE" I IT It
I W I ,i''i1 AND advisable. attended the Masonic meeting +li Mr. and Mrs. Pliny Crews of
I Some people think that the Lawtey Tuesday night. Fort Myers are visiting friends
I': -tr r 1: BEAUTIFYYOUR tuberculosis patient actually must City Marshall W; E. Hammack and relatives! here at Brooker.Mr. t
overeat and that if he is not and Mrs. Denzil Thomas of, _
.. received word last week that his'! ,
t4 rapidly gaining weight he !is not Floral City and Mr. and Mrs.
a t'I, ; 1:1: CAR'S making any progress against his mother Mrs. W. J. Hammack Romey Johns of Jacksonville wan. i
disease. I had been Injured in an automobile visiting Mrs Fronle Moody and
!t ;' INTERIOR I, The doctor knows how much accident In Andalusia, Ala., her Mrs Truba Hodges last Sunday.Mrs. .
; food his individual patient requires -1 home. Mr. Hammack and family P. S. Crews of State Farm
,, I', I WITH as well as the kind of left immediately for the Alabama visited Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Sapp
t r'l'; food. Although gradual gain in city to be with his mother. She Sunday. Sale of Breakfast 'Zf Jack Spratt Mt. Vermont
: ; 'l: COLORFULLASTING I weight La advisable for the tuber- died on Wednesday night and Mr. Spencer Crews and Pete Sapp 1 4 mf. In Pieces Sliced
culosis patient, the body will 'and Mrs. Hammack and children attended the football game between -
'I function better when the patient returned to Lawtey last Sunday. Gainesville and Tulsa in Bacon Lb 69C 77 FOOD STORES
'' The entire community extends!
Is not excessively overweight. Gainesville Saturday night.
H PLASTIC sympathy to Mr. Hammack In Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wiggins
Many people believe that salt I' ","
I and pepper and tea and coffeeare his bereavement. V. R. Reddish visited several days with Mr. Wig- I Jack Spratt Smoked Picnic ( Quantity Rights Reserved *
served as policeman during Mr. gin's brother, Gorden, in Alachua Prices Good Thru Saturday
harmful to the tuberculosis October 9
ti.: SEAT COVERS Hammack's absence.
t'f patient. These are not harmful last week. Hams Lb 59C
In themselves. but again the doc- The heavy rains during the Mrs. Rosa Pinholster of Brooker
,{ tor la the best person to advise weekend did considerable damageto spent the weekend with her niece
;".'"" ...,' his patient concerning them. the Lawtey community especially Mrs. Mana Wiggins and attended I Fresh Caught ET Nabisco Butter
11' Perch
Red d
: to the graded roads. Most 1M
.I' Church Saturday night and Sun-
J 3950 There is no "special diet" pre- I
JI tuberculosis of them are next to impassable. day at New River. Fillet Lb 39c Shrimp Lb 49c Cookies Pkg 19C
; ;t."t.Zt t./ scribed for all cases of One school bus did not run on I II Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Turner Mrs.P. .
/';" Patients and their familiesare Monday and the others only made B. Crews and B. J. Renfroe I Headless 3 Dressed Pan Trout or Large I Staley Cream CornY
r wise to Ignore all well-mean I parts of their routes. With the went to Church In Lake City I
All Leather TrimSTARKE Mullet Lb 29c Starch |
i t ing suggestions on "curing" foods sun out again Wednesday however Sunday night. Whiting Lb 19c Lb 12'/2C'

.' and diets by friends and associ normal.M., conditions. are getting backto . . j Cooked ,-?j_ ? Fresh Standard

.;.r1 4Q':1:: ates.Instead The should advice be of carefully the doctor followed W Wilkerson, principal of RisingBy Lobster Lb 49c Oysters Pint 79c Ubby's (With Pork)

on food as well as other the Raiford school, brought his! Beans

\ x L'.i '1 Seat Cover I matters. I Softball teams here last Fridayto Mr: *. Edward Norman Gov'fr. Graded BABY BEEF Chuck -
play the Lawtey teams The ROAST LbRib 59c 14-oz 6c
I COMPANY local teams proved too much for Mr. end Mrs Edward Norman
,I k '1' I TEACHERS: Ue now have' the visitors The Lawtey boys and son, Herbert were at Cedar I Steak Lb 69c Brisket nTBone J31
"t' l' Corner Court A Madison' that hard-to-get practice paper I II I Tidy House Sandwich
..f 1 t won with a score of 22-0 and Keys last weekend on business. STEW' Lb 39
for students, ruled and plain. In Steak Lb 89c
Phone 10 Starke
I our girls won 127.F Mrs. Alma Thomas and childrenwere
'1 I :
;f; 9 x 12: size! M cents per "am.- : Ham- m Bags
h\ I I R. Carradine entered the visiting her grandmother
Bradford County It-graph. Sirloin Steak Lb 79c
... "" I rol Alachua County Hospital last Mrs Nancy Green of Starke BURGER Lb 59c
t I
; .'i this week. 30' 8V2C
r;; ; /dartt. rs .t Tuesday for treatment. We hopeto
l .see him home In a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norman Economy Meat Specials LITTLE PIG SALE!
Mrs. Mae Wells entertained the and son, Herbert and dauxhter.Jean..tte ,
Rom where I Rayo Liquid
,1 r- sit ...6y Joe Marsh WSCS of the Methodist Church and sons were visitingin Whole or Half, Fresh

last Tuesday evening.Mrs. Brooker Sunday. Sliced PigLiver
I Mrs J. E. Norman was visitingher StarchQt
George Roberts and Mrs. Hams
f and daughter-in-law last Lb 39c
I, son
'llf if Catherine Teare were in Gainesville 14C
if; .I Get The Truth 1 last Monday afternoon. Sunday.Gorden Jones and daughter pigTails
Miss Enza Blanchard was visit- 59C
I Carolyn were in Waldo on business Lb
...] ing in Jacksonville. Wednesday of Sunday.Mr. Lb 29c .KUn '. Pie
last week.V. .
". Norman
and Mrs. Edward
j''J, i Caned 0*.,good friend"Cappy" like beer or ale\nd of thoM who J nape spent the weekend were visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Elma Pork Neck Little Pig Little Pig CrustBones
:,5 iff : Miller, .u edits the Coantr Bt*, wear by nothing but eider. with relatives in Ocala. Lewis this week. Lb 29c

'. ,. aM other day. And hanging >p on Aad from where I ait.once you're Mrs. Will Edwards and Mia . . . Shoulders Lb 49c Spareribs Lb 55c 8-oz Pkg16c
'. Ada Edwards were business visItors ,
J tile walloI Cap,, office is this
both 'side and faced them I
.7 i tot *- Tender Pride SkinlessWeiners Little Pig Pure Pork
to Jacksonville last
", elopes for Us paper: Tuesday. ]
4 1 truthfully, yon realize that these GrahamBy
p H i Remember there are two side difference of opinion are a precious Mrs.Junior Lois WTU Wyrick last entertainedthe Wednesday Lb 49c Backbones Lb 55c Sausage Lb 49c
*01 H. : }J ''to every question. Get both aide. part of what we call Democracy afternoon. Mr: John :McKinney MarshMallows

\1'. I ;t De truthful. -the right of the individual [Grade "A" Dressed & Drawn Quick-Frozen
'f'j. :A good slogan .not Just for anewspaper to Tote as he believes, to speak his Revival Starts Oct. 10 BIRTIinXY PARTY Siz., 6-oz 13c
i t yi -for people, too. Because mind to choose his own beverageof Mrs. Carl Jones entertained Baking Hens 69C Fryers Lb 6ge
\t ::1 ; /there'll always be two sides moder> her beer v Bro. B. T. Haggard of Gainesville Friday night with a birthday party
,t't't jjto every: question: the side of thoM cider.Copyright will hold a revival meetingat for her daughter Betty on her UltraRefinedBunched
\ who vote one way, and those who the Pentecostal Holiness Church 16th birthday anniversary.A .
l' '. starting Sunday night Oct. 10. birthday cake and punch I Clorox
.t- 'f.p rote another-the side of those J.k -ta.u.d. Western Delicious
K} ; who enjoy a temperate beverage ....... (;/y- Services will be held each evenIng were served Outdoor games were
at 8 o'clock and the public enjoyed during the evening.Mrs. Apples 2 Lbs 35c Carrots 27 C
( : Is cordially invited The church Jones was assisted. In serv- lej. i/2-Gal
1:1 i:1 S. No. 1 York
: ;: I ,1943,United Stales Brewert" Foundaiia Is located on West 10th Street. ing the 35 guests by Miss Mary

I : :I .. Apples 3 Lbs 25c
---- -' -- H 1 Cashmere Bouquet
I Fancy California Green Tops!

r rka'r ARMY. CAMP WRECKING, CORP rCAMP, BLAND1NG; I Rutabagas Canadian Lb 5c t 2 15 C Soap

I I Idaho Russet ;";:>'.7. Reg 1111.C

cell I ] Potatoes5Lbs33c -
\ Ct-l Yellow -- -
; '! I Sweet Octagon Laundry

1'i ]Potatoes3Lbs25c \ 'i' ONIONS

I Mi X rv r I HeadsLettuce SoapGiant
i73.aMN Crisp \ ge
,i 1 l} ti Cake

Iflir! I Well-Bleached Lb 15C I.l 3 Lbs lie _

'f" (Celery 2 Stks 25c Octagon Granulated

'.. I I(Red Bliss Cabbage Lb 5c Soap 33e

uiIJiI J '.. Potatoes 5Lbs 31c Large

u ii ,i I I New Crop LargeBrazils

Lb 39c C'liflower Head 25C Octagon


l -. ..'- I I I Campbell's 33 c

))1I' Tomato Famous Soup 3 No Cans 1 2 gc Colgate'. FabulodaFab _

II4if! ;) Pay Your Rent To Yourself-- Del Maiz Cream Style ilunt. halves Callf Yellow,] Cling 33C

tl'' Have Your Home All Yours! Corn 2 No303 33c Peaches Ne2ytj 25c large -

fl.e. Luncheon i Meat-< Wonder SudalPerk I
'il Net |I".t hem*-h.r. I. BEAUTIFUL h..... lhl I I. T. ". for lull price shot ...... Superbrand
a::4! i ft like down payment. "The Sun-Quee." ce..lo;... ample rOOM for two .bedroom. floor Prem 12-0 39c Oleo I
r pica with plenty .f windows to pro k Hrcctlv. drop tiding/ applied ever gypsum beard] '...ulotlo... Th. double use's.r. .! I 33c
''tt 1n4 pi... over 1 'Inch TOG .ub-iloorh. Marerlql for the Inferior partition. Iramlng it Del Monte Large

4 M furniiked for you ta +Initall 01 you pleat*. The ho.... li given' a fresh spay coat el .ait.ShuMert Vac-Pak Coffee c _ __ _
a ere furnished for Ike front In a choice of colon. To complete tkli unbelleveable.' HALL\ I Reg or Drip Lb 45 Facial
purchote, w. furnish you a complete. set of .architect' blueprint. of you ho"'.. NOTE C
t wig CONSTRUCTED TO MEET RIGjD SJ>|LCiriCATlONS.' : So* the .- -" toP
P 4 .'., a* well a*the many model. of other styles anal liie. .. ...... economkol homed BEDROOM \LIVING ROOM Kraft Velveeta kOlIN- Cotarod solid Pak Oleo- 8e
12'0's 0'3' 17'3' a 12'O' Velveeta 2-Lb 99c 3 Cakes 2

IBeJUrd's Oven-Ready I I ___

q { DRY SEASONED LUMBER -- Biscuits 2 Pkgs27c 3 lb Can 1.11 Colored Quarters '

up! P e'' Open Man. through Sot. > ...... te S P...*., Open Sunday 10 e..... to S p..... SUGGESTED FLOOR PLAN

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8. 198 PAGE t91E1e1 ?

St. Mark's Episcopal Presbyterian ChurchThe I At The Tabernacle '. . Mr. and Mrs. Fillyaw were accompanied \ i

lurch News by their young son Tom-
Rev. B.E. Simmons B.D. Vicar usual worship service will Rev.. Cecil Underwood of Palat- State Farm my, who attends the School for c BUILDERS' ,HARDWABK Is I

Sunday Oct. 10: be held at 11 a.m. The pastor'stopic ka brought a forceful message the Blind in St. Augustine.
10 Church By Mr. Bryan Whitflel"Community
a.m. School. Nursery will be "Seek Ye the Lord" Sunday evening at the Tabernacle Mr. and Mra. A. C. Davis and Flooring Siding VrarolegSash

tist Churchfor departments, kindergarten in and primary and the choir ,will sing music and each member of the their children. Joyceand Clifton, : Doors I Asbestos) I

Christ In October" U Junior and Intermediates Service Center.in bearing the same title. All members congregation was faced with a Club MeetingBy spent the past weekend at Lake I Shingles oil; Siding (AsphaltShingle
at the First Baptist Church. are urged to be present and heart-searching message. Special blending the yellows of with I .
Kerr. Enjoying this outing Steel Cmaement
MM all visitors are cordially welcome. music added to the Interest of e -
members are doingat crotalarla and the tlthonla the
and the 11 a.m. Morning Prayer and 'them were Mr. and Mra. J. B. Cement ;t
Work towards the service! Gravel- :
"time of year" reattendances Sermon by the Rev. repairing the flower committee achieved special Brick-SaJ "
S. W. Crea-
at all servicese church has begun. This work Is For the Youth Meeting Satur- beauty in decorating the Strickland and their son .Johnnie Metal oil; Composition Roofing

the rain last Sunday sey.The church Is for made possible by those. who truly day night there will be an Inspirational I- Club Rooms for last week's meet. of Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Screen Wire !'
open daily -
ling e to the Pastor. praye/ and meditation. love their church and take prideIn Speaker Special Music, Ing; of the Community Club. The Lyle A. Noland and their baby Moulding
morning the aec- Its well-being. The privilegeof and Kodachrome Picture president, Mrs. J. A. Bouvier Meredith Ann, of Orlando. ShH'Wln-WlIUanvI n'
i Sunday the series Otherr giving is extended to all mem- Slides of Missionary work In the I directed this meeting with the Mrs. Amalia H. Bredow of PAINTS
In with a full staff of teachers and
usage Oddities of the Old Test- four adult classes. With Train- bers and friends of the 'church. West Indies. This promises to be election of the officers for the Neptune Beach spent the past [ Paint Your House Jt; FAIRBANKSMORSEHOMK

* the title being "Bitter Ing Unions meeting for discussion' This Sunday Is Rally Day in most interesting. Young and old ensuing year being Its outstand- weekend with Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Pay By The Month WATER SYSTEMS

Sweetened". The choir and fellowship at 6:15.: our Sunday School. The program Invited ing business. Presenting by the Chapman.BACKACHE. I I L ".,
L special music :with Mrs. Mid-week service 7:30 Wednes Hill be shared by all classes at a A special speaker will be preyent ; nominating committee composedof
.ng I Mrs. 1\!. R. Holmes, Mrs. VV. O.
Mrs. Mona Can- day evening, proceeded Joint meeting beginning at 9:45: Sunday morning. SUPPLIES
[directing. by Wl'l'klyi BUILDERS
I a.m. Special speaker will be C.M. Stringfellow and Mrs Tom Con- STARKE
Hammond. i Officers
and Teachers
the meeting of I I I Turney, teacher of the adult clan. ners, the following were elected: L. Delivery! Service
Lay evening the message the Sunday School. Church Of ChristBible rw quick aarfortln* h.l.p tot Brukulu.RlwumftUa Phone ..3CI'OII" From S. A. Depot
Special music will be presentedby Mrs. .
President: Lawrence Dug- Pln OUln Up Mich" trontoady
t evening at 7:30: the .
will be "A Glimpseer" lnlla'P"_
pastor the young people. Come, and School 10 Sunday ger: arms .. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SSSSSSHi
showing of the religious picture a.m. Inlw under 0711, Cad waU n 01* due
A mesaage! on the Holy "The Way of Salvation". The bring someone!! with you. The Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday 1st Vice President: Mrs. H.J. M Bon-ortanla std_.-.........Kidney.and
Church welcomesyou Madder trouble*,uy CyotQui...,compute
I The Happy Hour at 7:30: second from the series of "The Pnybytertan Kucera; .... r.. i
Evening Service 7:45: : p.m. Sun- Mlton w money back tuerenleed. AlKdn
lature the singing of re- Life of Paul". Also shown will and cordially invites you to I 2nd Vice President: Mrs. M.E. 7". .f let toe Crete* today. ANNOUNCING OPENING !
and choruses and share in all Its worship services. dayBible
hymns travelouges of Interest, of Griner;
Morse at the -John Warrens KaufmanPastor Study Is every Wednes
living of Mrs. Mexico and Florida.A .
day at 7:43ST. : : Secretary: Mrs. I.. F. Chapman; .
at the .
Mann or-
land Mrs. I cordial invitation U extendedto I
Treasurer: Mrs J, R. Parker. AUTOMOBILELIABILITY ...
all to attend any or all of these Methodist ChurchAt EDWARD'S Hostesses for the afternoonwere INSURANCE Due to Feed Shortage and many. If
,jay School meets at 9:45: services. CATHOLIC Oft'Rnl Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde and W* '
the Methodist Church this Although. not It I*
!Mrs. Dennis Fancher who served computaony from old customers, ll
----- - - ------... Sunday the pastor will continuethe I Sunday Mass 10 a.m. much wafer t<. carry LIabUltyinsurance. requests our I'
sandwiches and cookies with cof
FIRST BAPTIST CI lURCH STARKEn series of messages! on what l Sunday School 11 a.m. fee. ., I represent only old Plant I''
we believe. The sermon for Sun. I Week Day Mass 8:30 a.m. line reliable stock companies. we will open our Curing .

"la The Heart of Towof Aad In The HeartsPeople" day morning at 11 o'clock will I -Father John O'Dowd Pastor. Bridge Club MeetingMrs. Your business will be appreci

The I 1 be "The Judgment". Sermons on PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS C. M. Turney entertainedthe ated.
the judgment have become entirely CHURCH State Farm Bridge Club at 129 W. Call Street OCTOBER 1st't
her home Thursday afternoon of Bradford Co.
Opposite Telegraph
too rare. The "day of the Lord"la 10th St. i
A Southern Baptist Church For AU People and Temple Ave. last .week. Pie a la mode with ia
Is basic to School 9:43: MornIng Phone 134 >
inescapable. This Sunday : a. m.; coffee was served before the i
Sunday School 9:43 Training Union 6:13: our faith. This teaching has to Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic game. were played. Colorful fall N. D. Wainwright: Jr. !Ii

Morning Worship Evening Hour '7:30 do with one of the most glorious Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone flowers added to the attractiveness ..
welcome of the rooms where the Special Reduced Price:
truths which Christians can possibly -
11:00 "'Pd. Mid-Week Service 7:30: t
affirm. Christ is going to three tables were placed. When
contract scores were added Mrs.J. .
PRNI:>G: Second Mnwag O J Krtober Oddities Old Testament: have the last word. HamptonBy O. Godwin received an apronas C INSURANCE 2/2c Per PoundEither

"Bitter Water 4 Sweetened" Sunday evening at 7:30: o'clockthe high core and Mrs. II. M.( '11
sermon subject will be "The Rlcharde, as holder of second
Mrs. M. C.
EVENING: "A G llunpfte At Peter" Sweeney
This is too much awarded tile
Holy Spirit" high score was a
Rellglou Picture Tue, 7;:30 from the Life of Paul: loose thinking, or lack of think- hot-plate mat. In bingo Mrs. t C t

The Way O if' Salvation" ing on these subjects. "Come now HONORING" MRS. RHODENl Dennis Fancher won powder.
and let us reason together". Mrs. Ina Knight and Mra. Gertrude Sugar Cure Or Plain Salt Cure ,1

Visit The Church With 1 The Visiting Paator" The Church School begins at Slade entertained with a : Miss Melba Strlngfellow 'spent I
delightful stork shower last Monday with :Mrs. Willard Pass Same Competent Operators We Have 'i :
----- ------- : a.m. There U a class for you. 1
1 The Thursday afternoon in in Starke. I I
MYF begins 6.3.0 p.m.
f Sub-District meets with the Pa- ity Hall, honoring commun-j I Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Caldwell and 1 Had For The Past Four Years I II
latka Methodist Church Monday Rhoden. A number of their daughters, Peggy and Fran I

PR.EPARfinter :-E N-O-W night. Let all of our young people games were enjoyed including the ces .were visitors of Mrs. J. B.
plan to go. 'scrambled word contest, "How I Caldwell in Ocala Sunday. I I
many beans?" and clothespin tar Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Kirkland

get. The three winners of and their Wayne and A. C.,
Is Just Ar round The CornerWinter METHODIST CHURCH attractive glassware were: Mrs Jr., visited Mr. and :Mrs. M. C. Starke Ice Co. 1''
L.. T. ohns, Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth I Goodman In Cuthbert, Ga. Saturday ASK US
Services every Saturday night, and Mrs. Raleigh' Brannen. I and Sunday. : :

Sunday morning and Sunday night After the display of gifts, the I Jimmie Chasteen arrived Sat.
Efficient \ WarmthBUYGAS. 11 a. m. anJ 8 p. m., at Congregational hostesses!! served cold drinks with urday from Atlanta, Ga. and will ,
For Clean
Methodist Church on assorted! cookies to the thirty- be with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. about Insurance : ; .:
(CAS! Brownlee Road. -Rev, J. W. Grlf- two guests present. R. Chasteen until he receives LARGE INDIVIDUAL LOCKERS .

When You Heat With You Get Quick fls, Pastor. SIX orders to report to the Naval Charley E. Johns '
Clean Heat With Nothi ng To Bring In No : Aviation Cadet Corps. t :
A small children's party was Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradleyand Agency AT $1 PER MONTH !
Ashes To Take Out.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. their
daughter, Carolyn visited I'honn 13 STARKi:, FLA. i
Frank ,
Williams on Thursday afternoon ,
relatives in Jacksonville last
tt11S of last week, honoringthe i I
weekend. 100 Percent Refrigeration for Cured Meats, Vegetables
Mr. and Mra. John P. Turneyand I IE
HEATERS. their daughter, Nell. Refreshments their children Mary Carol y J and Other Products \

I of ice cream and the and .John Jr., of Jacksonvillewere N pr Mntlna THE TRAVELERS. Hartford. w
traditional birthday cake were guests of Mr. and Mrs. -- E q

Juy NOW And. Stay Comfortable! served the little guests. .,. ,C. M. Turney Sunday.
I PARTY FOR JUNIORS: I. Mr. and Mrs. W. 'G. String- ; :!

The Junior Girls and Boys fellow and Miss[ Melba Stringfellow Buy Your DUO-THERM SPACE HEATER !
classes of the Baptist Sunday were dinner guests of Mr. t
School and Mrs. George Manansa in
enjoyed a weiner roast "
M Wednesday night, Sept. 29, at the Green' Cove Springs Friday FOR ONLY 20 % DOWN ,
SLADE GAS C OMPANY Inc. W home of Mrs. Woodrow Hicks Rev. and Mra. John Dixon of.
Jacksonville were dinner
teacher of the Junior Girls. Out guestsof lI'
Mr. and Mra. P. S. Crews at
,.............00.....-..........._ door games were enjoyed before noon Sunday. AT WINKLER'SI'
.... .. ....... .. .... .. partaking of the
213 E. (Call St. .....-...--.....-..-. .......-....-... .-...... roasted "hot Mrs John F. Crews and baby,
dogs" Mrs.
...-,- .....--- C. Hess assisted I
Allan, of Gainesville, returned to ','
NO coo MJAIt UNO CHICK 01 MONtY OUII Hicks In entertaining. ",
Phone 121 Starke Fla. M. MIUIM their home Saturday after having t :
.11 ."' .,,_III. ......,...... .-. Rev. Brack man, pastor of the visited Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Crews I

Methodist Church in Lake Butler, since Thursday. 'IN t .5f

was guest speaker.!! Saturday nlte.. Friends sympathize with our Gets MORE HEAT II 1 1t'
At the Youth for Christ meeting former residents Mr. and Mrs. out of .

here, and gave an appropriate J. A Lander of Avon Park, In f i
message to the young people. He the tragic death of their son, Joe
was accompanied by his family Allen, during the past week. !t
13 and several friends. Mr. and Mrs G. E. Crews
and i

>E SURE YOUR PLANS INCLUDE Filling the pulpit at the Baptist their daughter Carolyn, were din- of oil 1
Church last Sunday wai. the I ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John every drop
Rev W. A. Darden retired Baptist F. Crews In Gainesville Sunday. -IL
minister of Penney Farms.He ,The occasion was the twenty-

BUILT- delivered both the morningand ninth birthday anniversary of Mr.

evening sermon. While in Crews, Jr.Spencer. .
Hampton. Rev. and Mrs. Darden Crews spent the week- 1 wt

enjoyed; the hospitality of Mrs end with Pete Sapp at New River JI
Thos. F. Brown and and the two I
family. Sunday were among those i.,
Oct. JO, R. c. Gray, of Stet- attending the Florlda-Tulsa foot- t
son University Deland will be ball game in Gainesville Saturday 8

the speaker at both Baptist services night. 129.95 !

Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Moore. Mrs.

Whether you're building a home or a rental A delegation consisting of tho O. E. Crews and Carolyn Crews i ,,1
following were appointed to attend attended services at Rattlesnake .I
unit, it's cheaper to provide for adequate the Baptist Santa Fe Association Church at New River Wednesday EASY TERMS: ii i

winter heating with a pencil now than witha at Melrose on Thursday: evening. I r I
Mr*. Belle Brown Mrs. K:. B. Mr. and !Mra. J. R. King and of f
saw later on. Tell your architect, or talkit "Watterson Mrs. W. VV. Hicks their daughters Carolyn Maud c Efs Ip I-'

over with your heating equipment dealer. Mrs. J. W Home. Mrs Florrie and Janet of Montgomery, Ala ; ;i i'j
3. Brown and H. B. Wiggins. bama returned home SaturrViy CK'e :it
before you build lids Mrs. Frank Handley and daughter following a visit of several days 'f E.. I )
I i iX
r of South America were dinner with Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Engram. I t
guests! last Tuesday of !Mr. Mr and Mrs. M. D. Young had E;, ;.".v !

and Mrs. T, J. Alderman. as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs ; I

Mrs. Robert L. Brown has returned VV. E. Fillyaw of Lake Butler. t ,ItPfYv" II

to her home after visiting .. I
In Columbia S. C. with her .
Hlnson, Jr.
daughter, Mrs Otis Lowman arW: Miss Louise Raulerson has p t
home by little '
Perry Lowman I
returned to her school duties .
1 who will '
lI for several weeks. here
after a brief Illnesa.
6 1I Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Preller Miss Joan Sweeney spent Thurs i ii'l ''I
who had Ie "
resided here for some day of last
week In'Starke, at
time, moved recently to Jackson- the home of Mr and Mrs. G. S. "
ville.Robert Denmark. ljI 0 0y
Cox has been accepted
Into the Army,and left Saturday I ti' 2'J '
for Fort Jackson, S. C. .1"J h,

I II J. L. Slade, Jr. and Kenneth 0CARPENTER'S \ You get more heat from ,\ You suvo up to 25% on : :'y
Hess left recently for of oil I Because
Kansas I very drop fuel bills with Duo-Therm's 1
I 1 where Mr. they and are now employed. Duo-Therm's fuel-miser Power-Air'! Proved in actual U.Jj
I and daughter. Betty Joyce, of Burner floats a mushroom tests in a cold northern i j
flame right into the Ijl climate. .! .
Lakeland Ga. were weekend type f Keeps heat on the ,
1 guests of 'M!. and M.... B. L. heat chamber.The flamehugithecharnber move saves as much as gal- .1 '11 LIv*

Hlnson. walls... transfers more heat quickly into Ion in every four. Only Duo- I "r!I t,

Mr. and Mr A. G. Pope and. your home. Only Duo-Therm has.this! Therm .has Power-Air! S' 'J 1
family moved
Monday to Cocoa. I ,
where Mr. Pope is employed. ;
i iHere's Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon Jr. You tend tho fir* by turning Come in-see the new Duo-Therm" : fi,1'1:

and little son. Billy, of Pompano. a dial! No work! No dirt! Heaters. Every one's a fine piece .( furniture :; j k''
another hot tip: Be sure were weekend guests of relative it; No hauling coal or wood as well as a fuel-thrifty heater. I

tanks have adequate fuel here. or ashes through the house! Easy. Terms? Certainly) It 'I V
your Mrs. Debbie Hall
sister of tin.
oil capacity...and f fill l them now Hance Hall, U seriously UI. and : I : .j xl!

before the winter rush! --- Monday was taken to Shadycrest PRESCRIPTION Con ult V I
'Os co.ui*AU Hospital- Starke.KJ'L : PHARMACIST About Your Heating Needs

CAI&. GUll 0Ifa John H. Parker returned : :
- to her home here Sunday, after .
voutoaMuiw. niini N w !krT CUMIT a week spent in the Starke Ho Phone N STARKE Winkler ','Electric' Service ,I

piUL On-the-Mlnit Service ; {
Cyril Plckren of Caln vUle.\

pent Monday ,here with! Bert 22Z-22J Temple Are. Esi. 1928 Telephone. 166 l ih

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1'' PAGE EIGHTHartmann -

Ward Clark Defendant. Case Doris Frankle Simmon,
Davis & Associates of Jackson. waste paper! collection last. Satur- W. B. Alexander! : treasurer Mrs.A. spectnre.Pr.el.et N.. T-New. River No.Maude(874. ldenc In unknown: whose rei. Levkoff D

a Says are. day. A. Durden; secretary. Mrs. Reddish Andrew. Clerk; E. U Kelly ORDER OF PfBLjrATIOtf.... You are required to ORlIF.R fr sltet
1i ville manufacturers' agents Sr.: M. F. WlKKlni, ..and .'..ney ? AND NOTICE: TO APPEARS Nov.mber lt1U. In ?KTb0S3 AD:> nP -
Alvarez program
In Jax receiving orders so fast. and in I Scoutmaster E. T. Shull an Ralph !Moody Inspectors.Preelnet T AT F. 0 F FLORIDA to: named Court. wherein "' SQ'I'If't't l.l'I Iaddrsy'
Operation .. .. divorce"
volume forth\< llrtn.of furniture nounces that the boys will be I chairman. Mrs. A. J. Thomas: IV... Rrooker !Maude\ Ward Clarke., whose reeldenoe plaintiff .k Bradford O'PL'
I Is T Temporary such speededup around to collect this Saturday training school )0'''.'Mirttaa Max- I P. L Atkinson Clerk; Howard and address last known I" Order County In Telegraph next four hall publish this ''kolt.. rh....
that It peoesaltptgEf! paper Dougias. N. U. flaye. and Dave Route 1. Box 1S2, Efflngrhom South weekly IMOu". at""d. tS I
production to keep < and the public is naked to well; flower and social community .Ireen. InffpectnrH.M. Carolina: seat tat hand L I \'IItlt"v
of the flair G. R. Mathews, Mrs. O. Harrell Chairman on Sesstarkey Florida this October 1ou Art ltd
Eddie Hartmann, owner could not turn have- old newspapers and magazines Mrs. You are required to appear :- "vembe
the business. ''I>>ar the iIIM
3 Hartmann Furniture and Novelty out the orders fast enough; in his ready for them. W. C. Coran. Mrs. Llnnle Williams, ( .) Attest. A. J. Thomas, Clerk November named Court.8. 1948.and. cause. herein I (OFFICIAL PEAL) A. J. Thomas I named Ind'
Co. in Starke stated yesterday In Starke Mr. Mra. Eunice<
11 3 t that he has not moved his operation Hartmann present small stated shop and was there- Grill Is Leased study Mrs. F. Shaw: Literature OCKKT NO. rpstMCFlorida Order County In'Telegraph next four shall. weekly publleh l.. Ihl"l John Hy Haven J Henderiion.Crosby, Esq.D. C., St. Ausim-I'I vrd..r! Tel41./curl ',\aI i

to Jacksonville permanently another loca- chairman. Mrs. B. S. Outlaw: llallruxl null Public I'llll- official tine, Florida. It taps fobBexlln4i ..:
find ,
forced to hand and eUF'filrkAl'faE
9 but has taken over the Duval tion fore for the time being. By Mrs. Avery children's home. Mrs. D.W. Moore; llm**. C'ommliwlnn".....,.. Inc,la Yew llallwnr Vorb. 'II.Kpri \'--. Heal Witness Rt .lItarl.: my.... .Florida this October I/I Attyn. for Pit. 10-8 4t 10.29 : ijlarh. Rbtlugtl':

Planing 'Mill there as a temp- community mi..Ion. Mrs. E. Ten- and all other laterr>.e u He and his crew of seven men :NOTICE; In hereby given pn..I..j (OFF'ItIAI..Io\F..L: ) A. J. Thomas, iv rmcriT rorHT. ILi
order to fill J. P. former Mrs. Ann Hut- : "
orary measure in daily to Jacksonville Roberts o-wner- ley; stewardship Florida Ilallroad and Public L'tllltlei -I An Clerk of "ald Court (;oi"vrv F'.OR''I| iv cn \%. ''d 4A.
( now commute I of the J. P. Roberta Mrs Haven Crosby l D. C. C'KMSamuel TlI'r \ Ort
furniture orders while negotiations operator chinaon: house community Commission will designate an I Hv nk to.V2.
the facilities in the .,... St.t Augustine Levkoff. Plaintiff vs. Ra. .
a and use Kxitmlnvr of aid Commlmtlon tn John J. Hendomon .1.| Alty
the Grill announced that Mrs. Farria 'f .
are under way for expansion yesterday O. O. Webb Conway; PlfrUl4Fu.
Mill one of until' and said Examiner will hold. .
of his plant In Starke.! old Duval Planing ie has leased the business to Mrs. membership Mrs. E. Lennon Mrs. public hearings nt 9:30: A. M. Fri Alty",'isMfti.; 10.8 ft 10.29 .t I II
1 the largest plants In Jackson- day October 16. 1944 In Ihe Assembly *I ..
made this states Janie Avery and la no longer Lula Mott Mrs. C. G. Barksdale.I ,
Mr. Hartmann been shut down Hull on the toth floor of theMayflower nil \"Fom
I which has cfiiri'ir: foi HT.
misunderstanding vine connected with its operation.The Mrs. Marion Reddish Mrs. Liz Jacksonville. Florida iv .'

ment in order to clear up a I Hotel (01 \TY, FL01III I\ 111\-
: that he said exist- for several years. name of the business will zle Wynn Mrs G. W. Bennett : ('ERYWayne: HIGHEST CASH PRICES
I states that h< DOCKET NO. 240H-MC: On the Doris
Hartmann I'lnlntlff.' Vs. P
Mr. and Mrs.V.. M. Edwards.The Simmons
iH among: some of the local peo- Starke and be changed. Mr. Roberts stated. application of said. Hallway Knpreeft .- Frank Simmons, Liefendunt.. Cane.
has no desire to leave 111 '.. for certificateof
withhi Agency (
pic. who are cooperating minutes were read by No. 876.
F to continue his public ronvenleni-e and nereHnfty -
t >n financing the proposed that he prefers His Boatdrain GA's Mrs A. J. Thomas and thetrpasurer to operate aH a common carrier" .. ORDER OF' PI'I1f.I'ATIOSANt
1 local He manufacturing plant here. the .In the tranKportallon of expressfrom > NOTICE TO A WEAK
lion of his plant. Mrs. Durdcn. called
) t'XPP' in Jacksonville the office of Bald agency att.l1".ke. 8TATK OF FliOKIDA: We
a'." .I that negotiations are stilT present Is a matter operation of temporary' expediency Have GraduationThe roll and gave the report for the I Florida to the office of Buy Peca
i d way on this project and past year. said sentry at Keystone Heights
a amount of and he hopes that negotiations Girl's Auxiliary of the Florida over State Highway No
i if a sufficient be complete The next meeting will be with 100, a distance. one way of 127mile
Is obtained from hackers will soon Boatdrain Baptist Church had its and return over the *. W. C. T. U.'IM
nr and Mrs
ey { Mra. G. R. Mathews I .
continue to expand .m"I'
enabling him to graduation exercises Wednesday route. {IVUl,, Call For Or
and '
!I','. < 1 h 2 will expand his plant \\'. C. Coran. Buy At (II{
At wild time and place YOII111 oreh
here to take care evening September 29, by candle-
manufacture of furn- his plant .
i I fon'miie the be given an opportunity to lie fully I I IT .RIGHT? ? ? ?

its in Starke. of the orders.Boy light. :I Circle Three held Its meetingIn heard.WITNESS. the hand of the F.xe.cutlve .
{ :Mr. Hartmann won first prize I Following the graduation the the home of Mrs. H. L Secretary of the Florida' IS IT RIGHT TO LICENSE A

F t f .. :ho best exhibit of furniture Scouts Will girls presented a play entitled Brownlee circle leader who Iff Kallrnad and Public ftllltlen' Com MAN TO MAKE PAUPERS, H'

It |1'1" I1r tela and motor courts at "Americans All." Members were I the devotionaL followed by prayer September mission, on, 1944.I thin. the 30th day of .' AND INSANE. C. NASWORTHI

,...' I American Exposition in Get Paper SaturdayDue dressed In costumes representing read by Mrs. W. J. Epperson. Sr. >. FRKP;: 8KCKETAKYiv McMrT.I.KvEXECUTIVE AND THEN TAX SOBER PEO- Y

liar last week. He was present-! different SUPPORT THESE PAU
weather Boy countrys. The business session was presidedover .: It PLE TO 234 EAST CALL STREET
th a silver to Inclement : PERS. CRIMINALS: AND INSANE -
cup. Mrs. R. E. Jones. Jr. resignedas by the leader at which tlm .
p" stated that Marlon H. Scouts were unable to make their iiiriir 1'01 RT \I'I'"OH. ? ? ? ? ? PHONE 198
elrU' counselor to be replaced i the following\ officers were elect 101T1. t'.onl"I" cHt\-, STARKE pt
I by Mrs, Ernest Allen. : ed: leader Mrs. II. L. Brownlee.I I CKIIVfan
-n .
\; Edward Clark Plaintiff VR
Assisting Mrs. Jones and Mrs, I co-leader. Mrs. J. M. Brownlee !

Allen at the meeting were Mrs. treasurer Mr*. R A. Newsome

N -Shwi Ira Wilson pianist and Miss program (chairman Mrs. M. FHnzen

g Gloria Harris.Special ; mission study and literature -

k,, guests of the eveningwere I Mrs. R. A. Thomas; community

Mrs. S. K. Sparks and Mrs. missions, Mrs. B. T. Thom

.4 Large Assortment Of Halloa-e'en Items E. D. Tenley and daughter of as; stewardship Mrs. W. J. Ep
person Sr.: enlistment chairmanMrs.

I : J. II. Dupre; orphanage

Suitable For Your I/alloice'en Party State OfficerAt I Mrs. H. A. Lawson; transporta'

and social chairman Mrs
tion (

Woman's Club I Maxie Carter; chairman of brotherhood -

CAPS NextVednesday suppers Mrs. Jesse New-

some and flower chairman Mrs.

MASKS Mrs. Raeburn C. Horne, first Roy Ward.

, vice-president of the Florid. Federation The next meeting will be hell

I of Women's Clubs will with Mrs. A. M. Richard at the SAViI

LANTERNS .* *:- ,./ be guest ppeaker at the October State Farm.Thomas. BIG OCTOBER

,I' meeting of the Starke Woman's

, Club, Wednesday Oct. 13. r
1Jt In Marines
''f'r. NUT CUP Mrs Horne will give a reportof

the Board meeting and talk Pfc. Dorsey A. Thomas, son I

on program planning. of Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Thomas ,I Is
t HALF MASKS Hosteanes for afternoon
the will of Starke Is serving with the

be aCr.i. F. Stump chairman, Mrs. First Marine Division now par

I,5 f CREPE PAPER Joe Cottrell Mrs. C. A. Futch lclpatlng: In the amphibious 1

Irs.: Ralph Alvarez Mrs. J P. training exercises in Southern I

Roberts. Mrs. Foster Shi Smith California.

4 MASK FASTENERS Mrs. H. II. Young and Mrs. W.E.

;Ilddleton.. NOTICE

I am no longer connected with

t\1\ _i. NOISE MAKERS Business Women's the operation of the former J.P ;; :r f : Ai }{>" 4" @".' l'i..i.. l'': 7t 5
t' '
1 Roberta Grill and will not be )1 +% Ii H; ..t.1. .tt .I\II. 11{," E
1 Circle Of WMS responsible for any obligations ot\"ii_.w. 'io" ;;. ,..."... .,, <
f ktttaJ
' l And Many Other Items To Help Make Installs OfficersThe contracted by the present man ) \ 11< & The Blnocullrl3.Woy
f '
agement. '. k X;,.
Yaur Party A Success I
If! Incoming officers of the -J. P. Roberts <'

._ R..lnessVoman's(. Circle of the 10-8-41-10-29 I 'I.:" PORTABLE M.1.1
1ft : First Babtist were Installed ronppls111lnrlmnllmmtnnmmonrounr,0"N w Sensationally ill
16 Slatrmrnt of the reduced!
ANOTHER SHIPMENT OFHollingsworth's nnnrrnlilp. man- f:;
Tuesday Night September 28. iKrmrnl. i-lri-ulntlfMi. rec., rrnulrril. e ,> unique 10 imlunr Jfcl
The Installation Service was In hy she Crt of ('anare.e at .'.au.t bigger than ordioin b br l
& Whitman'sFINE :I,. I'MX' UK nmrndrri br the .4I. s ocular !
of Rev. L. D. Haines who H I
charge! .>f Mnrrh 8. ft4 ( i leufe
III.-KI. and July IIl en 't.A
CHOCOLATES ntrocluced the following Incoming (if tlrndfurfl County T.lt>jcruph pub Iw IIII / amp for cirryfnt on fcl
j fflcerji. iHheil weekly at Starke .Florida for a shoulder Pl.yi on lug
tNJi (h'tober liJt. 19(6.State is or ten fie
{ IN ONE AND TWO POUND BOXES Chairman Mrs C.A. Knight of Florida or
1st Chairman Mrs L.D. Haines an. .
"j County of RrndfordHfffire Ya 1,40 A WEEK
2nd Chairman' Mrs. DL. Thom- me, n Clerk of the Clr- 1I\ 1l
i \3 cult Court In and for the State andcounty
nforeHalri, pcrhoimlly I
Hpneard -
Koch Store 3rd Chairman Mrs. W.B. Mun- K.: U MHttheWH, who, having. 1
Drug y. Jr. h..n.duly sworn Hri'iirrthiic to law III
<1'.1.| o eN and Hiiyn hut he IN the Iuh.lI"h..r > !
Devotional Chairman Mrs. R.A oC the Kriidfonl" County Telegraph l k; l REDUCfO
3rl'el1 and that the following. In, REGULAR
p tn the beat n f his know leilitc amixllcf .OFOUR
Kvcording Sec'y.: Mrs. T.K. McCllln. .a true statement of "theinnpiHhlp

,61 ,r, P daily., weekly. niaiinfrment, MeinlwKi-kly and If a I t4 i, PRICE ii-
" Corresponding Soc'y Mrs. R.C. nr trlw.n : *
OIL kly p'wspn|liar, the flrriitntlun' ), .
H 'niford. et- of Ih. iirnrvHnld 1< |nMlfatlnn ;
fur th*> into
4 Circle) Advisor Mrs. R.B. Al- million, reiiulred. shown. hv In the the aN above of

! arez August tl. 1013, H" amended. liy then
t. CIRCULATINGHEATERS The Church Annex was decor- .'t. of :March( :3, 11.13.! : and July' 2,
I'UU ,
Inert 637. 1'nntnl Lana. and 11
ted with arrangements of white R.goiutlonat printed. on the reverse Ti..etone
of thin form to wit:
lad loll. carnations and
{ pink
! I.I That the mime and alld.'e.r. '
''t I : l ighted white tapers In graduated of the iMil.llcher., editor, mumming
andclnbra. editor,, and hunlneKa nianHKfiH are:

(il, I : I If Following installation ser- JflorMn iihlli.her[; (. : :IMitor R U: Matthewx.r.:. I.. Matthew Starke. *,, 1 M&MioMOGR s22; 99
tarke.' "'Inrlo".. fl
f 1 \ 89.50 vices. varied program was preonted I':. L. Multheuii, Managing turke, Florida editor:: $i AM .
liimlneMi FM
I manager I'; u Matthews,
l ; Staike, Florida.t 1100.00 for this Jf
TO Rev. Italnen was pres'nted'with the, price
I It. 2. That the owner I In: W..vVeduc.d The Newscaster
t Its mahogany
I II I gift In remembrance of theBirthdays finest rf .'
1 I K. Ij. Matthew, Starke, Florida" ;: danlC ,
t.: i"! 139.50 *, 1crIlHI"n. !a. That h.. known homlholnVrx.. has aU the Brace dignity and RADIO
. .\. murtan n'., n .!. .: I Ii cabinet design. Other features TABLE
I nf all the memberspresent ; : "!-" 1111* hnl I V I I of 18th Century '?ei
I h'II.-; ; owningor .i nK..i..u: per*' i beaucy short wave and standsrd bred
FM "t
I there celebrated. A novelty rent or more nf total amount of indude: lut record ,
1'I t with Hili'
l hands. ref aucomacic record player Savt! Save! SAV'!
mortgages t
or other mi it
pink and white birthday cake A cofief. '
tten are: Non, 1ji: :' 5hutoB 14 tubes plus L) big radio performa
1 vr, vr 1 1'__ containing gifts for each memberwas 5. That. the average number of '. a I : i bargain price! AdWy
rnpien of, .z { a
.a'h Issue nf this puhllra YOU'
arranged on a table covered .. i
111111 sold n 1. ielecovity. Mn
of o1l.'rlbllt.1. through
QUICK MEAL NESCO with an Italian cut work cloth the mnlla nO' otherwise, 10 paidaubscribers Two Mainetle tmtr to Tuae Hog. Oi ""'" rich tans Small i 1'011 |
1 & 2 BURNER during the twelve guy PullOut PAY .
white candles and pink coral prerce.ih.g. h.. date .ho"'Q I1H.1Iot Record PUrer.New Spttktri. 6 Wiboudtoop. | 449.50 {f; plastic cab.nel.I
above .
OIL RANGE vine tn complete the decorations. is l,72J. *\ ; i4 "Clerl- Inch aad 11 ln|. Electric ; DURING THIS SALE "ttii
K. l. Matthews, f4-f. rot: Selector Push Burros
Publisher "
CABINETHEATERS Refreshments of cake and hot Sworn to and, HiihNorlhed. htffire ,' rl mir. inch Give Tuning. WEEK ...: 4
t hocolitte were served. thin tut day! of October, I 5 BURNER The business Clerk nf rireult (Court (County of ..1;,
Woman's Circle
WITIIOVEN, held its regular meeting Tuesday Bradford, State of Florida.o'rvc ...::;...!...fo't.... '''''!""",-< ,* .-;,:!.(>.!<.' ?;! '''"','' ;; ; Z'h :'fS' >>i'14" '''' '
u. ,
12R...,, ;
i 79.50 IVf'nlnO't./; 1\. in the Church 'is: 0. apie: .i \ I. FI.Ec: : ..0'11 '__ ._. ; ,._"' := ft i.i' ; "........"2""' .
24.50 to 37.95 I. Levy A. ('annva. A"tlnK' Ma'nr ;; _u;
Annex with !5f1> present of Starkr, Klorld.i.
hv virtue of
'{ We Also Have This ALSO The devotonal chairman Mrs. authorityented.. In me hv Ian,. do' :::
hereby cull .n nporlitl vlei-tlnn ,.
American Cabinet Heaters H. A. Green, gave the devotional held at the City Unll In the Hforexald to ? ) DURING
1 Range fly Florence with the regular business for town l.v the quiillfled voter nn Maximum Traction s
Tuend.iv." November, 9, For SAVE
32.50 l 191 l l( for thepurpose
monthly meeting following. | of electing the following 6' THIS I SAU
89.50 2-Burner Mra. S. F. Spark, Presidentof .ftl"..:

I Ir W, M. U. Thanked the Business .
One lMinr I
term ft'
V" 1 rr I Woman' Circle for prayer >l.r... Harold l I'. 1t nll
5-PIECE I Ij - er or nut the
whittle time
j OAK DINETTE SUIT :, year.New members were: Jean Thomas I It,. ..1.... Plant. will hernntlnnrdIniiperlorK .

" '. :Martha Yancey Florled Killlngsworth. nf said election Tl. F.
49.50 lvm..re l, T. )j. Illlumn and II. B.
i Nexvunme Ann- 1t..I..ndIn .
w. r vr' r I I shell Stevens and Lois Dealerreloher. testimony whereof I hereunto ftI
3 V PIECE uhncrllie my n.tme rau.e theseal 1J
I I nf ihe said nn'n be hereunto I E Y
{ LIVING ROOM Mra, D. 1. Thomas program affixed. this the 6th day of
SUIT -halrman. with Mrs. RB. Alvarez, October A. 0.. toil.ATTK1T' .
1 Levv A f''''t>''II..tln.. Mayor. 'Pall
] !Mrs L. T>. Hainea, Mrs. U F. Din- lop F"-I\I. JoII' .\J.)
I -- f yf fffpSKr4l t* 'I! kins Mrs. Kate Sheppard, Mrs\ Carl' John. City Clerk
&LZMim lu-a ot lt-5MItFile
I I'I't Ethel: Biggs Mrs. W. J. Dodd

and Mrs. O. L. Llnsen gave an' 4\t1 rt I'IIKC ()
LF\F'K.41. ItJ: :('Tlo\
t "Hr i Interesting program "Building for : At a meetma. held on. the 41h ddv
II; ':hrl t in Judea" stressing broken of Oi-toh.r A. n I'H4 the r>...rd of
I County ("tiimlmlonerii' of tln conditions and needs of our State County, KlorlJ., appointed the tot C
II I Hostesses for the evening were! lowing Clerks, and Inspector for 4 sla 7e e4d dl
: the Onhf
Uen.rnl Rlertlnn to be Itchdon 6
Lawson .
Mrs. E. Mm. M L. Law- the tad day of November A. D.
Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Mrs. u... .
son Pre.lnet N.. ....... RADIO
. R. F. Young. ;E
, ;a Vt A. C. .a." Clerk' ; (> H llarlev. \
I It. A. HUnchard. and John 8huford.! f forgive < f
. r i i ) I n.peetoni.Preclaes. Touch ruq und-Nds- finerp'1! Ic's sensational reduced price

'I'' Baptist Circles .... "-'\ .... ....'... bin through the surface this White or ivorY Plude| abinet; Huny
With MAPLE ARMS Jf. I. Norman Clark; T S. V" shame. tr csisa in mod oc ,
sea .
t Elect Officers U L. Henfroe, Gen. It, .. e the radio, won't last long at this price! i
wh__.the Koine
Alvare*. and a;. C. Lewl.. Tnep.c' dual or
tore is toft. W.1i tags atmslag .
pat .
r I. 139.50 .Circle Two of the Baptist W.M.U. Ru...ell......_H. MrFUe.N.. aeth cirk-'..".Alfred.... eels 00 you pMMttt tins. "
met Tuesday 3
Varnee. lAm Brown r. W. lIa"..,
\ o'clock at the home of Mr. W.L. and K., n Jonee.. Incpeelore
........ Yw d.-Gruha.
I The C.IK. DR1GGERSFURNITURE Andrews. John. McKlnney. CI.rk: P. This being the first meeting tin*. w. C. Burton and llora. Cain

of the new year the election of InepeetoraPV.ei.N 111. a-Na._M Firestone Home & Auto Supply' I

COMPANY officers took place following the O. .lh Maiehett.' Clerk ArrMe K1- I
business meeting and prayer. I V J. .lati.. and Qeorie Wll- .
: llama Innpeetora. Temple Are.
Phone 43 SUrke.-Fla. ThOR elected were: Leader Mrs. Pn.1Mf N*, .-TWtli. ._ j. P.
E. Call St.
-_ W. U Andrews; co-leader. Mrs. Bill Mall. Clerk I. N Newell. R..*
I Alderman and W, .. ,81 tiler, la- I C