Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 15, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02981
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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_ R..rr aim's plumber *'nrl Itltrhll .
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itnil doniftted Mm tu> the

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-J M b.ne bere.Willie of vunleatlun. amonic renl .i official fountu; Publication Established' In 1877 I
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blew tmppllr for several. "

a- ,ieekn... __ utid....._...then. _. %..wl* ., suddenlyiBUSS. >M In the 'OLcMENTy: / ST.VHKK. FLORIDA ."KII\, ', OCTOBKIl: 15, 1913 JVUA11IKH FIFTY-TWO I I

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thntMIII. blew ..... louilninl ,

.|.hni two 1\I...1111.."'. '. frlenilis Ment t.. .In Motorcycle Crash I D r. Haynes OpensOffice if I Drainage Wells Feasible In Sampson Berry Acreage Roberts
%,..rk. .on. the_ powrrn. ..ttaHt li.,: isnil, I I In MadisonBRADFORD Double Last Year's Remas

ite Geologist Says Alvarez Believes Sole

; COUNTY TKLKGRAI'II.: STAKKK, FLORIDA FRIIIAY, OCTOBER 8. IOIS! i The return of good weather has

stepped up interest in strawberry
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I"' III'. HHAHKOIII.iff .I vatote UlarrunBO Also known as: Case No 6835.01IDr.lt NOIICI3 TO AI'lKVIlUK and '\'. Strevts. N13Va lilniiU>n, .rt- I wells With such there a to slight control water level the setting. R. B. Alvarez, manager For Mayor's Post

1,1111,1\1 I... (:11\\1-: Sumule aiurruaao Defendant Case. : 01"< AYsDoI.t.Il : Wl'A'I'l'l FLU It I .At.. D. C.: difference of the State Farmers ,
No. H8U4oiiiuu' l'I'ILIC.\'IO: artesian water level and the lake
You are hereby required to up pen r yon
U and he
: Tit ,lI'PKVItI' Finm-ei' no..I.| whose residence : says now estimates that
1 VH.. Made- : or iti.irTIOV : A tot 842 North 6th Street, Newark NewJerstiy October 1)4S) In the uliovu ,. level it l Is doubtful that sufficlent ,
,'"Il ]JOg Defendant. AM> :XMICR TOl'l'illSTATE I 1'1'\11' t' FL Bill U named I.iG.a cauno, wiei'eItiplaintiff I : very acreage In the county this fall With next Tuesday, Oct. 10, the r''
Lewis 11. Thumpaou, whose residence r. head exists to Insure rapid
OP seeks ilivoroo.
Hr.HUn..l will
I FI.OIUDA to: You are hereby requlreiL.to appearon probably reach, and might
IILIC\'no Salvatore UlarruaBO also and Ulrons is: SItS Nelson County Telegraph Hhall vnblltfti thin bOrder and deadline for qualifying: in the
PI known In the above drain
"" a* Octuber 25. I94X, : satisfactory
l subsurfaCe
AHI'KAH Samule Glnrrusao whose 1t., lorllmouth. Va: In next four weekly iMMieH. ( even 000. be more
I'U t1 1'0 residence named Court and tango, wherein I wl election called for Novem
FLORIDA to: and adilresH !1M: PMU ItiGtiO Iewlsburff .- her"ly required to appear plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford I Witness my hand and official Html r age. I might be possible that sevral than double laat year's although sc.r ..
on 194H. In the above to elect a successor to
whoae PennsylvaniaYou ; at Slaiko Flurldn this H"l.t'mb"r wells br
Wrtunsr, : Cuuniy Telegraph Hhall publish this H drainage. constructed at not
named Court wherein as large as had been
Is' Unknown: are inquired to appear on and cause Onler In iii'xt four weekly Uauea.Witness 22 l'!48. hoped Mayor H. C. Wall, only can *;
I to appear on October 18, 194S, In thiS above plaintiff ..uk. divorce. Bradford. my hand and official I seal! (O..ICIAL Sl'IAl.) A. J. Thonian Crystal would provide a due to the compaiatlve ,scarcity klidate. Jake on ''I
J. P.
r. the above named Court and cause, wherein I County Telegraph shall publish this at Starke, Florida, thin tfeptembor I "ik i>f HiiUI Court mon open ivchargre to the underground of and unfavorable ( ) Rbr h
lJtach plants weather
wherein plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford Order In next four weekly 1..ue8. ) By Haven Crosby, I>. C definitely announced place. I \
1 18, 1941.!
uuse : : formations than exist at fol
It : Witness my hand and official seal! II. DmitfliiM fi I conditions
for the several
Bradford counu.Telegraph shall SEAL Thomas, '
publish )
I at Stiu-Ue, Florida, this ISeutenibor (OFFlCIAti A..I ; ,,,;'VI rG'I.r'I"h\; :: past .'j5 stated 'I 1
'hnll publish this Order In next tour wui-kly AH dork of R.II I lliilkHiin, present and would thereby hold weeks. $itively not George ,

Y"r weekly laauea. I 21.(:OFFICIAL 1948. SEAL A. J. Thomas I If. O. Browl. Florida.1 Af 3". for Pit 10.1 the lake to its meitn water level Kopelousoa .when asked by the !'I
\\ It neMB mv hand and official seal I lit. II. Flu,I Growers are showing renewed
"fflclal seal at Starke' Florida, thin September AH ,fl'rk of fiiid Court. Attvn. U"Hln. .Jnck.olvll. except during Hoods when such Telegraph yesterday 12 he were a ,
15. lili8. I llv Haven Crosby D. C.CharleH Ilf. 9-2 10-1 i'i.NTv e Interest In the purchase of plants, I
: wells would be helpful In the reduction bonaflde candidate. .
I I IS. id I-05 Guaranty
OPK1CIAI. SEAt.) A. J. nit \l>"oiiuIOIXI'1.
( Thomas I i% fitirili' nr. the market manager said and he
J AH. i'leik of said Court, Ilto Ittilltllnir JackHonvllle. Fla.lv '. I'l.OltlH IN < !! \>- This la the sea ion for making of flood crests. Kopelousoa,. local restaurant operator '
I Haven Crosby 1>. C. Haven Crosby n, C. of '. 's trying to obtain them for them
.t Hy ( r.uv.riim home RanUn plantings Due
I be.tl. I to the unusually had his fee
f. Attyx rui I'lf 4t 10-13 heavy paid qualifying
T. Fiank ; vs. Nor- nt
Lnndrum Stark P'b.ri.i.i! D.2 K. reasonable prices.
Hrllkh'y. I
J. .k. Florida, Atti-B. for Pit 9-1T 4t 10-8 ,' lulL M itrink icy, IIlllttf.tut. broc'ol: oabbdRp """trobl. i' u'l- rainfall In the past few years. at the same time Robrt but

l, : 4t 10-8 1 'I' f'IIC'll'I' ("H lii', \H"111 N. tiN49.Inut:1 cllel flower Chlrifac cabbage' colHi'ls, I hundreds of acres of woodslani'' later said he did Just ce joke. I
iv r..ell'I' rniitr, 1111 "i Il"Ohl I> iiti' or i'i III.U''I'ln, t
Ir i',M 111'1'. Jilt \HFO.) ('OI'\'I'Y.: FI.OIIIIII IN 1.11\- 11.us.UtHiiiri: '. 'I.fIIHI 1.1\- I (' '1'1 ,"'1'1': \I kohl raN, lcltuct. muatiml, on UH, in the Sampson Lake area are Student City Clerk Carl .said '. iThursday

'lOltllM I'> CII1N-: viat\'. .r I Ko.sl, Plllntltf. vn.Fran- Mf III: OK I" .. u l< I l \ lilt I radishes spinach, Swll9 thinl. anti flooded, damaging valuable tim Jo .
M. I.ona ThompBon. Plaintiff, VH con H..sl, ])PfMHII lit el"a No 6539.ilhltfHIt I I Norm. 1. Jrl.I.Itv. whose lesiilnnre tut' I Leader morning atl got j
nipt ber and The level:
u "nlnttff vs. Sal- Lewi R. Thompson IJefendantCONSTITUTIONAL. : OP l'III.U'"IO' A-Ml do ..,. "., Fifth i Ir pastures. water George's fee."
Crystal and other lakes In that
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ta also so high that It Here Today t

_ POF3SED: AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED ON IN NOVEMBER. 1948TIOIV I damaged and ; -many. Met: George aaid "I'm going t

enc'M'c "
p get that.
ror'fance with law providing for the levy to the amendment of said ConsUtutlon. the County by the Stat County, County extension on he $iseaamrnf roll et the homes and money tay. ,

Of 1041Ol ,. "illII >I pled: to any purpose ot:.er than thepjymaitt and be the of Tax School Dltrlct and Ute. County. County School '
Joint ROHOJIIL .> of the prm..pl and Interest otl the ahl. of .ubmlte t eetor 3. Th. shall at the Legislative Board Schoo'\ Dlatrlita Special TaJl since receipt Dr. School Student Leaders will holda Kopelouaoa apparently left the, J

to ta.l I sad bonds. section at &o.ld. General Election .t Session of 1MB and tram tune School Districts and Munl.II''e Ounter's letter, but will probably district convention day Saturday field wide open t date for Mr.
ot Florida and ibi In addition to the bonds authOrzed be held in the year 18411. Is to time thereafter enact law. t take .f.c SECTION IT i. Jao- i a .
abysuoteOfI In paragraph .ia 0"0.. and ." ot t that Section I of Article tat of the only I after approval by th *. ua-y 1. 1V50. the County Ta* Cole.t have the matter up for consideration ,, October 16 at Bradford Roberta. I
I r I elccioa U.. lun.La1lu" and pruviilona t.rel Constitution of the State of Florida b said County at a referendum cle for In the County of Voluaia. State o 10' P at their next High Clerk Johns
L v on said and of Article IX of the Constitution amended so .. to read as folowa that purpose specifying the .u. ida shall collect all taxes levied regular meeting Schol said that It would I
icrtK. u.aon then of Florida the Legislature may SECTION 1. Either branch te L- tions ditties and compensation of Coot County by the) suit. County, CountySchool I In November C. 8i artln. principal of BHS be for candidates to qualii
ti the yeas ..ndod.orm1Re also provide for the Issuance of Special inatti!.. at any regular .Io. Tax Co''Ct designated In Paragraph Board School Districts. Special stsrteil',. pbl
and ermltnl Outlay bnn-ls by County Bonrds any special or extraordinary. session 1;of Section 14. and shall likewise Tax !.hol Dlatr.t and Municipalities. Actual drilling cannot be ind E. L. l.unlburr. principal' fy the time the Council t

I,IC Pp-olutions be of Education for school capital outlay thereof c.te for such purpose slither In provide far the collection care, cuataY. ). : shall at the Legislative i until the proposed construction Is of Andrew school adjourns meeting next Tuesi
high f
j| the Slate atE proJect. hereafter acquired or constructed the original call or any amendment reporting and disbursement of t. Session ol 1MJ. and from time ta IL
in No\ornlj-r IP 16TRbrOKE but said bonds Ahsl b Umlte toprojects thereof, may propose the revision collected by the County .Collector.S time thereafter enact. laws leolln. t approved by the Chief Sanitary will be responsible for the pro- day night. I
1. R. A JplTVY' and the amendment of any portion or por the powers, f.nott.. duties em. Engineer of the State Board of
I State, of I the State. ol FlorIda. State Bo.I of .pprove. o Any such pen.to of Colt des'K gram for the representatives of : Also to be decided on the November -' I
by shall become p.o..lbe ton o thi Cn.muton Paragraph I of IT. \ Health and would depend on the SO '
tnt a relate
"5 nr:ice o t SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO 954 notd. Iclo a high schools of this district 9 ballot will be"whether I
',; HAL ELECriONm ly as prescribed by law not to on. subject or .n number of and ",1 Ikewh. pJvld. fr t -
wlthl ..bjee. _, of the water In the
A JOINT HiLdOLU'llON fropr rg an analysis lake who will be in
a"cl" county in Florida exceed twenty years from date of but amendment. consist morelthan lectlon. o"Alody. ep"tlnlnn I disbursement attendance.neglntratlon the time signal whistle atop thelight ,:
D Article V1I1 of tie Constitution -
... Amendment to of all tuxes collected b Uie ,
"u..ed tho" .t l&suance no revised the Consti concerned.
ng ; Cap- otis
I \o\ei next :bcr A. D. 1 1MB. Uie ital Out.y Provide..tha be !le po.la here tution. D of the Stat of Floid.. relativeto Cut lax Cole.tn.. ) will begin at 8:3,0: and water plant will blow .. I

S bc.nu the together with schoolindabndneca U the proposed revision o amendment the assessment collection ot of prP..lY., by adding taxes an In the morning. Dr. F. W. Kok'moor or not
OK NOVFMBETlc of such county Including is of themember. 10 r
DAY to by
"" oei the li school "ree threo.fllh to additional sections to provide that In Of Students from the University of Florida I
: n :>r "f n pen tax district Indebten. .Ie.t to How. shall County of State of "VlorlJa ROUS' JOfNT RESOLUTION NO 58 Exchange -:
11'-) m! A .h.1 exceed twenty per be respective Journals \a Brow.1 snail rUM!JI.U''ION Proponma anAmendment will be the
upo tei principal
CQM': itlor oi tiC State of value of the taxable p.ope est whIt DY. and pub County of' the County. for the asses.the purpose to A.tol. VIII of the Constitution Mutually Beneficial speaker, Suwae Valley ,: f
such county s.c'ln. to the assessment lished in one newspaper In each Cunt, prpe School and of u>e Stat nf Florida rotative Special music will be given by the
for .. prior to the where a newspaper la published .Stt. Cunty. the State. to assessment of tor taxci and I Andrew Jackson Meeting I
issuance of such Special Capital Outlay two times, one publication to b* Municipal levIe Uoard. the clcoUo of taxes by adding tlirre- Rotarians Told music depart Schedule
Bonus The of and Intereston earlier than ton weeks and the other County County S.hol S.bol to "'' 'ons to provide *h.i* in ment during the
RR IIATKW! NO IttTO D School NT prln.lp DistriLta.' Special In White
.{ .'ro. : ani aurh .".. .hal be payable n& later than aix weeks Immediately Port Districts, Drainage Districts,L' the County nf PlnoMns S'iW! of FlorHa. i Sprig. ; .1
i 4 X of Uie! b'st: from a fund established each county predln. the election at which the sam any other taxing and :the Count Tax Anor'iror until sjtsess the Better understanding between Convention officers are Ray
reto an addi- comprised o moneys .utho.lz and apportioned and thoreunon sub- dltr.cb. by property of the Cmitity for the purpose the United State and Latin-Amer Blllingsjey To
by voe up. of the I
the school mitved to of the state forapproval palities of Conn'.y. Stiool and Municipal president, from An- adopt a constitution and by- I
g I: 31 her it motor alt excl.sear fuel capital outlay and deb service purposes or rejection at the next C..nEle.ten. and nance request' and their that t.x.the County to be 8 Tax assessed olloct. f 191.II I by the State, County, I ican countries was the subject of drew Jack.on. vice-president from lawa, name a Board of Directors, i ,
and moneys the county from however, that lov'e. County Poii'J. ", Districts,
renamed shall be p.ovlde. collect and the said lch. I discussion when Ramiro Farads Fernandina
meet anj alriblno county ..hol revenue sources Incud.n. auch .vlolon or may b sub .bo dlt.lbu. Special Ta chn,1 ". nnH 7t'uu.iclpslitlos and secretary-treas. elect officers name committees I .
,, the dlsM ad valorem taxe*. a r- mlte approval or ..je.to. In a t IT RESOLVFD BY THE LEGISLATURE r> the Cnuny. god tr-s' the : of Panama senior in the Schoo! urer. Miss Idell Landrum of and .Iect a permanent horn will ''I I
the subject election under the described aha'l collect the
by County Tax Collector
J n rrrtjin portion. of .quie LeJI.ltur t OF TIIE OF A': of
: I at the University Starke
l'rNrl FLO"l be I
lmitton. of relatingto and In the manner providedby That the Article sail t.x Englneerln& the business bfor the GeneralAssembly
taxes for school purposes. Section 1 of Article: ef thisCunatittltiori. RE I r nrso VFD BV THB ITURF. of d I
I the Rotary
qm /FI A THTB!: LEGI8UA-: XVI VIII of the of the State P'PLA Florida addrl1 Special of Suwannee .
'" Such hondo shall not be bon4s or a the electors Conatlut. or I'llK OF : committees on Rive. I
arrangements -
E:: 'it: LOaiDA'A I maJo.ly of Honda and SI'Al'l FLu.\
drtMs of t.. ftp or F'o't'ls or .rr.- adopt ".oment I Club here Wednesday.
/ the n Valley
.r Association
me clmcnt to Aronntttut.on votnlupon te collection of taxes In the County ofdiroward. f.lowlnl 1: I
able against the credit or taxing power el itch same shall become .1 tlce: VIII of of l'ie Ctuts
'h '- by add am..nr'"ent of Florida. t>y adding Con.t.tuton The United States and the La lam, chairman when it meets in White
toe Stale.HOUSE a part and
ot Florida asses mcnt assisted
r, u'' mel' iiectton pro U Con.ttutlon thereto additional sections to b* numbered .elatv. t by Mice 8prp' I

Bit ex .e taxes upon g.sI s by the Secretary of Stito. be and collection.. .1 ta..In t...by County selling o.Plnnlla. tin-American countries; have much Delia Rosenberg chairman of rsglatration 'I Tuesday, amn Oct. 197 .
I er motor fuel products col- S the same Is hereby agreed and shall b* .
to offer each '
rrt"-.t, t hi!! be lifted for JOINT RESOLUTION NO. Sill HOUSE RESOLUTION NO. W submitted to the .tetr t the Stat uSFlorida thereto additional sections to be knownas more other through Mrs. T.. T Long, _luncheon -i Brdfor'County was recently I
.., I tr "t nd aii-prrt pur- A JOINT RESOLUTION PropoA"1 anAmendment A 'JOI anAmendment for or .cjec.lu at Section 1 and Section M. be end I mutual understanding. Mr ParadaHtated Miss
REOLUTION lrop.ln. the same is agreed to end Audrey Newman in the Assedation i
arrangemfnt -
p."b'lt the distribution to the the General Election to b* held on the h..by .h.1 nbp
I'cr"In prrtlon* of said taxes ing thereto an adldtional Section creating tution of Atcl. te Judi.cial first Tuesday the first Monday InNovember. be submitted. t the electors of the The U. 8. can best serve t ,committee, Mn : tributaries I
i.zrceI. :; la and shall b<* ," two additional Senatorial Districts.BE Ilorids. adding t a.Section 1P48.lel, follows: of Florida ratification or re'.cto. 4$4..aetghbaraa '; Icau' II j
the oJ i n of .the. Suite for IT REqOLVED BY THE LP.'ILA- relating to the tberet Judge S&CT10N-F.om and attar January at the General Flection to be h by..nl cuI 'A."C.no11..Lou .,.i f!. ,:'f tol..f. :;

or n .t .0 n"t non- TiE OF THE STATE OF .L.RIDA' of the Supreme and Circuit Courta. I. lltso. the County lax Auesior In the first Tuesday after the, first Il0nlnv is i 'turai leadershIp vai g "of hour. i .. ? i
lot to be held Ia 1MB. mmI Tat the following Amendment to Ar BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEOISLATUHE Cant 0 Broward. State of Florida November, 191f.! a. oIOw" 'example of a I practical. worhlqgdemocracy. c.J<" exp I tt'
VII of the State Constitution by Or THE OF FLORIDA .eaa all property for all State SECTION 1. Frm after January Sponsors of the B. H. S. student I delegation I
I I IT All excise taxf now or adding thereto Section I creating two the follow STAT* .. to County and Municipal taxes to I. 1950. the County T A .ee'ir On the other hand, "ouncll tend the White '
Tat A Shl. In the of .. State of FlorIda : I are: Kenneth *. Springs'meeting..
County Glider
jpon gasoline or other additional Senatorial DI." ,. Is hereby t.l. ot the constitution of be County by the State, Iln..I. [the United States needs .the. asjdurnnoe president -
.i if petra'eum' or upon all agreed te. and submitted the electors a Section to be known as County County S.hol Board. So1 shall assess al O.op"t" for oil Peggy Tilley. secretaryrenmirerr -"' To explore and aid In
Stale, for rrtlflcntlon irr r-- .ddlnl Stale County that Latin-American publciz ,
and liquids used In of the of said Article V. Is hereby Districts Special Tax School Dllrl.. Sohol. Munlona n( :
rnftlnea for the gti- tff..cn at the G-neral. 1'!. t'OD In 1>48 agreed to and shall be submitted t the Port Districts Drainage Districts ; taxes to be In the .unt, '! will itself to h". Drew R.ddlh. Martha the development the Suwannee I
School Hoard permit
power tc ;propel vehicles and as follows* electorS'! of the Stat. of Florida other taxing dIt.lct. and municipalities State County County 5.r'i. :il'l1n' : River Valle} I'
.at 1' Carl with .
t rh are toiler ted nd retainedexc' ShCTION: '. There Is hereby created if'c! =t'on or rVe"t.on at the nxt which by request their School Dilrlrt. Special [ax SchoolDistricts come a foothold for enemy .d Conno1 Carter, [ agriculture Induatry
: :xfvely for the leaae two additional Senatorial DlktnUs to b eral Ea.u xv t !i"". t ; 1. at the of the IT. S., the speaker said.
(39th) f."II.lur.
conjtn "linn r..on.tru.lIon. known a. the Thirty-ninth ( : ... L.-i'--J' the Legislative T. .h.1 r.ll. Toe Warren
.lIon i And maintenance of Fortieth ((4Oth Senatorial Districts. Th. SECTION 411, Justices of the Supreme Session In 1D4U and from tii* to tithereafter ". lathe ,, In 1949 from Bennet Carolyn are the objectives of the Associa
p"ti. bridges and right ofT Thirty-ninth (1311hl Senatorial District Court and Judges of toe Circuit enact laws specifying. the tune th.reft.r. enact laws specifying the An exchange of students between Edwards! Williams
or or for for the shall consist County. The Court dutie and fuoctl.n.. dule. and competi- the S. and tion.The
airport or eligible to retire with powvre. function eoirpenaatlon pwer. U. Ita neighbors to the Mickey Kills .
.ndebte> ne.. and interest Fortieth ((40th Senatorial District shall may instead of resigning .o..naato.. of County Tax Ar. designated County designated!' Willie Rosser. Carl Jasper' tjons and the Lake *
IrrNt for the team acquistbjctlon consist of Washington and Calhoun Coun- In which case they be qualified to In the first of tills In Paragraph 1 of this Section 11. and South would do much to overcome Johns, Jimmy Green
aal shall Ilkeu lii?. provide. by law for thextension Kenneth City and Live 'Oak I
reconstruction, repair.ard ties. Nothing herein shall disturb the continue to perform of the functionsof and shall provide by misunderstandings Mr. Pa- 'I. Chambers of
I iia.itenance of roads.fcfTc Thirty-eight ((381, existing Senatorial Dis their pectlvo offices when called up- Seton.o .h_ 6_._ .1 Ik.wue._ _".. fn' _u_._ __on_ .Ins assessment. .roll of..u.the) Conway, Eloise Thomas Frederick Commerce will be Joint hosts at .
and rights of way the trlo. A special election aa b c.le on by the Chief Justice. If It b*a Supreme roll of the ;iTa.'r of a1tnxe ;*uumJ; inx luoffisor or an vaxee ievie i rada said. He stated that propagandists Conway.
| airport Of all State excise said. Thirty-ninth ( ) Court Justice or by the Senior Circuit levied by County State, County County S"'ol often portray the United lola Knight Jr. the White Springs meeting. The 1
r'e and '.tlne upon gasoline District and In the aaid' Fortieth I40thl Judge of his Circuit If It be a Judge of Sohol B.rd. School Dlotlol. Special Board School Districts Special. Tax and Wayne Douglas. business session
m ... ex* Senatorial District within Seventy-five the Circuit Court. They shall severally S.hol DI.t.l.t. Drainage School Districts and Mtinlotpalltfes.SECTION States as a capitalistic beginning at
T>n p": not ptrol..um.four <73> days after the election In 1948. to receive the sam retirement compensation DI.t.le.Dltle. .x.na. dI 14 I. From and after Jnn IrEedy. Luncheon will be served In the 3:30: o'clock held In the
monster to of Latln-
I .l Ballon on such products elect a Senator from each of said Districts. .. if they had resigned. Upon assignment u... ad ,a. .ho.. nary I, 1950. the County Tax CII'.e'o school cafeteria at wl b
'd 'hn State The Senator elected from the by the County TaxAssessor In the County of Plnpla. State ". of noon, Woma'
33 Road Dput by the Governor to any other Circuit may b* .ee .. Amel'lcA and that many them. buldDe.Dier -
.c1 ( > Senatorial DistrIctshail the first Ida. shell coll-rt I.vll
In shall .
purposes 131t. such retired Circuit Judge t served
d I by aw one cent or more hold his election for have the same jurisdiction and powers of this section p..d1ropl the. county by the Stat*, having no first hand knowledge of b on the

don pon gasoline or other a t.r ending on the First Tuesday after aa other CI..ul Judges No such .a SFC'ION From and after Januan Qchool Board ."hol Districts. Special this country, believe anything they Bennett Stephen Foster Memorial grounds. I
Tax and Munlclnalltlee. ChangesSpeaking
I'M f ,troluum. except avlaI the I'L'al Monday In January 1952 tired Judge shall 1, County Tat Cnlroto. Schol
wall Irrcnfter be b the Senator ele.te from the Fortieth perform duties without b.eule County of Broward. Flortds. X T. u.I.latur. shall st the LetclslMtlve Ol't told.
"i'IiTe nt! 'he proce.ds Impo.e I40th> Dlarle shall hold office t to duty may be by special In..n\ shall cle all taxes levied In the County and from time '. Dates
amonf the levera) "nle from his election term ending 0 Cal order Any Justice orJudge by .. County. County School time thereaf.enact laws spec'fving The speaker said that the reason Farming Vet
rvoc.bla .
I tn thc manner the first Tuesday after the first MondayIn have beforethis Board Special rax pw.r. fUI.Uon.. dutlss snd omcn.
.me resigned S.hol has failed
may Iltl.ts. to function
|' Tax I distributed .Wuay. 1950. and thereafter Sen amendment becomes operative may School ., .. Por DI.trle.. Drainage lon County Col..lor designated democracy Jacknvle. Oct. 11. Charles E. Plan 'i
and .mo. from .ald Districts Districts. and I of 14. and In the Latin-American countries
used sha
"uMt" come within its terms by a certificate tdn. dlar.cl. PN..aofp. 'eet. Democratic nominee
ot Four fln. provide for this fxillectlon.enre for I.
1 I .
for term
Admlnlitratlon the Stateprtment hold a and municlpa'itles.! whoa I
of his with
and the several Boards Prvide olf.that t.. Lll.latur.. la author, toe of the Supreme Court.. 8 assessed b the COlnt Ta A.r..or custody reporting and disbursement Is that the people are not pre. Congress, who was scheduled to At Crystal Lake
said Dis- CI.rl of all taxea collected lay the County TaxCollector.
\ Comml.loner an prided in lz k.le. ablAh pursuant the para.aph of the pared for is liberties A large J :. of Conatltu r..p..entUo in the 7 preceding Section hereof. Friday. Oct.
[with no limitation u t the Sent trl.t wh.neve ia .eppo.tone HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 1379A The Legislature/ shall at the Leirlala- 11 percentage of them i Ilttrate. 15 and at Keystone The fourth In a series of In rl
I nich provided 80 tlve Session of 1940 and from time to JOINT RFSOMJTION NO. IS Helght.
air* do social
.x SAT tnd they not and Stnrke.. Green events
hall he expended by the 4 JOINT K&SOLU1ION Proponing .nAmeDdment time thereafter enact laws specifying the RESOLUTION '' an under Cove Hill- forma sponsored by

Depar..ient for state road. ROUSE JOINT RESOLUTION: NO I7 of the to Article of VIII of the relative Constitution to- powers, functions d"ties and compensation Amendment to Article V of thai .bno"n. to vote on the Uanes that are Involved lard, CaUah.and Femandina Farming Veterans of Brad .I
flu by the Board the Stt. Flo'ldl of County Tax Collector designatedIn tution of Florida by adding thereto on
A JOINT RESOLUTION. Proposing and thecl.oton In election. Therefore ford County will
of for taxes an Oct.
Commissioners thereof. Any Amendment of Section 4. Article III of assessment ad the ,brat paragraph of thla Section and additions Section relsung to the elisotlon ;, ha had to cancel these b held next 1 .
ma, be mpoiod upon aviation the Constitution of the Slat of Floridarelating of tue.. by provide adding the..t the- shall ll'cv'ias p-ovld for the eolictlon. fo the term nf six 181 years of .h they fA 1 easy prey to uruwrupu- ipenklnar in Tuesday afternoon at the Key. J .!
be J M exclusively fry alri the eligibility member.of tho care. t'n'v. r *h'i-'iug rrd di Ildlof the Court of Record and engement t
F.orld atone
i icce 'h.r.t in the manner the t .. compensationand County of Saint Lucie State mint ct all tnxej collected by lie County E-nmMa County. riorldsBB Iou politicians Mr. Parada Bald. tttend a Senate flood Airpark when 22 veterans ,
shall the con-
t.l. Tax Assessor
the County
|I ry law / In this LIII.tur., Tax IT : BV THB 15015.LATtYIOE enrolled in the '.
Colleto. rol
Seton of the County the RFSOJflO lit desire for meeting Farm
T'l' or -ncKilfy! BE IT. RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE property fo puro. : STAT OF FLORtDA' expressed a a at Insttutiona I

|I ii. Cotion... Uhq Section OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: of Municipal levying taxes Stl. levied County.by Shol State, C I. TaI Article Constitution greater exchange of students "* win at Training wves and 4 I:
< flee Melrose
ly 1, JQ4fl the following I of t" of FlorIda be amended seak at
SECTION 1. That County, County School Board. School JOINT NO SOS b which will better other guests, enjoy a chicken
ultimately 9:00
Amendment to Section 4, A.tlc. in of Districts Tax School Districts and SEAT RESOr.UON ..nAn.endm..nt adding thereto an additional section to b m a : a.m. on Tuesday, 26 w
Speo..1 known 48 said Ot.
Florida Section of Article
the Constitution of the of and that the Article: V1I1 of Constitution aa .a understanding and greater cooper on this fr.
Municipalities the end name date C 8
t at
unrnoN NO len of of to the election at tr Jud e Keystone
'IF to the m..mher lf.toout lalnl '
.la.blty Tax collect the of the Stat of Florida 0 l
;'ION r.lln. County .elotv. of Flerord In and for ation. Officers of the r
c .' Propo. ,'tl t Le\lotu. said tax. to assessment of property for I,Cou and the J.c.mb. "Ieljhtl at 10:0 Startle at 11:00: Farming Veterans ,:
> Article and
XII of agreed to same '
: hereby BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LFOISLA- the collection nf taxes, by adding thereto Ilorida. h..a Mr. organization
Parada \
,n. 01 Florida the electors of the by shall tm was Introduced by Oren are follows:
,3tl shall be submitted TUbE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: additional Sections to provide that In t 1..mlt.t Srnl .at 12:3. .
o. THE EOISLA. State of Florida ratification or rejection the electors the St.. ef Arch Thomas Jr. member of the Illllard at 3:4 H. D. president J. I ,
"' That the following Amendment to Article the County of Volusla' of Florida' : at : Strlig. : S.
; Stat rntlflcatlnn
or she
FLORIDA Election to or at riMneraJF.lactlnn
: at the next Oencrsl Constitution, of the State Ii.. Tax, reJp.to Calah : .
VIII of the County Assessor assess the and .
:. Amendment to See be held in Nov..mh.r. 1948: that Is to of Florida relative the secmcnt and property nf the County for the purpose be 01 the First' Tueediv club's International Service Com Fernandlna :: Eunlee. vice president: Henry t
>f the Constitutionrelating Article' III of the t after the First Monday In .
say thnt Section 4 at eo".lon of all txe. In the County of of levying Stala County. School and 104B .. fnltovs.SF.CTION Nov.m. mittee. Wainwright, secretary: James
to educa1 Constitution' of the State of Florida oh.1 b I
Florida adding Municipal fates levied hv the State T.
< ahal be sub- amended and .amended shall thereto" additional sections known County. County Hoard. School' 48. T.Judge .the Cause A. J. Thomas Sr. taken Absentee Wawgh. treasurer;
)f t State off b ,t S."ol of In County h Voting an
Re..d ,
I follows* is 5, lon 13 and Section be and theidu1e Districts. Special School nt tr'0" ..ill r."Dmhl.. over the Makl.Starling, reporter C. .
ir rejection at hereafter by the president's because '
"SECTION 4 Legislators. au."f'0'
b b < 1
Is hereby agreed to and and Municipalities of the County. and .
o held Ln 1948 tlens. silaries., eta:Senators and-si'j''.lied to the electors of the Stile thnt the County Tax Collector shall collect qu.lled eleto.County said offlclala County are. of the resignation of Jun- Begins Monday Curry, director of" the trail
1 for ratification or rd. ..tlan I the slid tax I.t ,
berT ft the House of of Florida elected term of six mi The ius M. serves advisor.
Repre'enttlve veers
fl' Smith who returned prgam.
T. Ll/I.lotu. shall be duly ... at the General Election to b* h.d: o BE IT RESOLV'FT) nv THE IFOISLATUffE first electto4 for said orrics shall beheld t Absentee .
f. qualfe dlstrlcta for the first, Tuesdiy after the first MondayIn Or TUB STATE OF FLORIDA-' the General ; In low railroading Monday. Mr. voting for the Oen Curry states that vet
> respective
the eo'l of caune then which' they of were the Senate chosen and The House pay of of SECTION November.13 1049 1. lolow.:after January tide That VIII the fllo"n. amendment 0 to Ar.the and each aub..u..t six a (till years.I.otl.,11.nn. t. b held was vice president Tom.Mr. eral Oct. Election IS wU begin Monday. eran Itrese I enrolling any In

cunty. m.mber $1030 the County Tax Aiaei'.rin Stat. of Florida relative th t..a".r.Th. and the
I to
H .v., }Representative be ten dollars a lay a."c. first term of .. thisamendment Jmith resigned. contnue through prgra may contact him
ap- .hal
be. of Saint Luci Stat* ofFlorhl. and collection all
ment of
County taxes In
and in addition l- the theCounty Oct.
Jf nf : shall heaip the First 29.
the casts for each day Fday. or Vt .
najomy vole the thereto they .".1 be paid for Bb..ht.ne. ah.J assess all property for all of Volua. Stat of Florida by Tuesday after the Fl-it Monday" In January K. County Judge R.Ferguson, vocational
State. School .nd Municipaltaxes adding sections to be 1. Ferryman stated
.r. .. seven andfifty ml. yesterday.
IL alifled not more agriculture
el.otor dolar to b. levied In the County by the Section IA and 17. Or. Middleton director at BHS. II
>-l nail participate.. eenla a dav fo esch t. know Seton Any vacancy in said office, whlroccurs Abnentee "
boird. .
State County. County Sohol the same la hereby and will *
be paid available
to said First -
>e issued hereunder and mileage t to after b '
.slon. feat of School Districts Special Tax School Dis submitted t the of the pro. Tu.aay Moves OfficeDr. at the
the school indebt from their home to the government Jtles. .hl b of Florida .Ieetr Monday In .anur. 1991. judge's office Monday "

ty including specialnaebtfdneas ay \ the nearest rate ot and not most practicah trct. The and Legislature Munlclpr: shall at the Legislative S\1. the General Election ta. re beheld shall b filled and by aplnlenl the by Sea-the tor persons who win be away from Singing ConventionThe Ii
route tAn
incurred n.
'I 1 of one-half cents per Session in 194D and from time totime on the first Tu..da. after the first Gv..n. by the W. E. Middleton home '
this and moved on General
*mendmentirred seven mi.
.p.olde Election
enact laws to take effect Minder In November I01A. ss C"utn. day !
.. an thpr.tter. Bradford
u 011' traph,under-hull t".x pro not regular more*p.n than'l four nor for round trore trips. thin only after approval bv the electors ofsaid SECTION. 18. 1. From and flow.r.n.ua the but First Tuesday 1" e. any the Firs.* Monday from his former location Nov. 2. County e.Uo i! :

ie round In any or ..xtrardl.Ion" County at a referendum celled for 1. 1850 t.. County Tax Assessor In Monday In Janur s", and on South Thompson St. to his w meet Sunday day at
a fvt of ..e tip. .p.c.1 that purpose specifying the powers. functions the County Vol" sla it, Florida. or Bf te Ballotswill a D '
on mailed
't, (. .*l*..m( *t county for county ae- nary dute. and compensatIon of County shall. assess all p.op..ry for Stl. Printed t.r '.eur.said otl.. the any.r* be. new office at 300 N. Temple Ave. b upon isI I Ian Baptist church near Brooker. : '
... designated In Paragraph S Cw' Sc.oI. I' ,
: the S Tax "r. nty M" Sinning' 194T expire quest to persons who f
'issuance of 011. I. sal on ss4 His phone number will are In the .
At7 B.h shall b levied In b, be President
Je d herminder ROUSE =O',UTtOV! NO IK of this Section 13 and likewise 10 ta the County Stat First Tuesday .1 U Marcus Conner Invites ,:
> ally within not to A JON.IUTION p.Amendment an vide' by law fo the extension on. County County S.hol Boarl SchoolDistricts. In "anl.r..1051.t. te Fir Mo same as It has been for the many armed forces. t
it1 the County Tax A sesair Special Districts tveryone
"*nrs of Section I ol Art asse wment rl '. S.bol the Constitution t
.5 rrofn the date \I State County. povllon o Years that he has oractlced in cme.
-tbed .,-.o of the State of f of all levied by the and Mumclpslltlsa.I M conflict hereby I Ij
by I It.
; the of the Const he.wlt .
L.llla County School school Districts' Th ahall at the .a I .
.( ny cOUnty h.voted relating to te Amendment of said Con- Special Tax S.hol Road Districts and MunleIpelitiC. lative .'.LIIAluur. and from I..a ill TESTIMONY WHEREOF Starke- 7, and his ,office hours

.1 .he ance payment of such of oonds ""BE'IT RF ,OLVTD BY THF LFOISLA- time thereafter enact laws specifying the nereuptn set my nand and affixed I hay Ox* will continue to b from 9 a.m. -
the .
'de and the TURF OF TrIE *T\TF T r-ORTDA- .SECIO. 14 1 from end .f. hnuI nowerst function, duties end enrn.>nsaT Crcat 1-.1 of the e.te of Florida at until 12 noon. Need An t. 4
I. prtnetpathall fallow' -., won ol l the tv Tax r of >' of C* -'. Tax A' -? 'Me-i l..h.. Caoltal iu the lit d.Ta Apron?
become the
"1. ; > on the tax due Section That I of Article,XV 'I at the Con- the Couriy of nt Liicl State of in "h I of thl' on IS and August, A. D.. l 4a. R A 0 Y. Dr. Middleton stated waterdnv
sit I.vle shall collect levied in shall likswu. provld law toe tbsioruoiora
"' riorloa ay
"> relating Secretary
t eounty In ao stltution 0 the State D 11.Ia. a .llsts. hat he Is now comfortably set turn t j! '

ted In his new office home, and Burgess Mohr who Clay Mill column f. ,

'. ... expressed appreciation to frend la. one of the most popular features in the TelKr '.f .

'M. _.. t-oumy ruture nom.- who sent flowers to ph. made her
readers ;
rk Mr. a
and Smith returned Monday em- Mavswortry stated tnat reSponse ht unique offer last
the '
. ,The show Is being .to / t I'
t/y, FOrd Avta&Ion brought I makers will ate an all-day was excellent to the reception room on opening day. week.
extends this through the cooperation ployment on the railroad making R .
'1 cord tavtPubllc drc meeting Cap ao drive last weekend for Mrs. Irma Duford, whoa has For Mrs. ''
the .Mohr
t of the Power A Light Co. (It Impossible for him to attend Fifteen tr & has her P
t Frd Stuy. wjll the with Dr. Middleton ai bn.seIng
f attnd Irls ) new home. ben nurse attractive
n adllon and public will b admitted He will make trip accompanied complet Sot apron pattern, requires only I
at chae. te neetlngs regularly. b te a wl b If pledges that hve been mad or many years remains with one yard of ;
ate to
I Ute former et of free.Because succeeded by A. J. Thomas, vicepresident by Madge Whig- are collected In fun. the him In b new location. mtra. women all over the

eat YtItoq0 Army Air of the show's education ham horn economic teacher and committee will "begin to see day country Now ae writes' : ,

be of Strke. th Airparh al aspects. a special performancefor their ar. Miss Betty Ann Car light". Mr. Nasworthy said. Dr. Adams NamedMrs. "I have had several ladles want me 1-rn : .

I by Brwle school children w b held Two new members have Just ter L president o the organiza Other local organization arecooperating apron for them you send t m fcil >

l Cra for at 1:30: p.m. on the same day. been received into the club: J. F. tion.Purchate. In : j I wU ma two yards of print I I
11sh nyJ spr. t prjt. American I Dampier clerk of I mae you an apron arid send It toyo and W
t of will demonstrate Taudon of the keep the remaining
Tbe Magic ,. owner-operator Legion night Local No. material for
advantac Bradford one.
P Bn aU will
: myal
(* Ye. atrer. music that travels on a Western Auto Store, and .C. H. Store autrM payment o f 100 In Union, and, Clay Counties Sounds like Ten b happy. I" I
Illuminatedby. anounced a good deal to '
BrOWJ pIan. to beam of light, a lamp Quick, acting supervisor of camp St building fd a W L.Why not take '
a A'. yesterday that Dr. H.H. Opportutlty of getting t
t One electricity flowing through the R Jo h purchased the the Woman's auante '
we-I for the Brunswick w1 love Wt 1)0 Sheyvould '
rY.r OUfltZyg body a kidnap detector" and operations. "ae. corner 10th sponsor a benefit dance for toe Adams h been named medical t beer fro yu

111. dozens of other my.Ufe acts. I plant of Herl Powder to. Mrs.ad Mute Cherry M from h daughter same purpose. examiner for the Board. .ut wriu t MM Burges, MOhr Pnca:'ebrlT -' 4 'I





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I ) T t UC'I'oftt;
I) Davis A Associates of Jacknon waste paper collection last. Satur- W. B. Alexander;, treasurer Mrs. 'tfptrtnrm' Maud Ward Clark. Defendant. Case Dorla Frankie Simmons, who** r.,- tAykOff.
91;' Hartmann Says day. A. A. Durden Mrs. 1"*..-.*.. N*. 7-Mr... Hl... NO. m. Idenc i In unknown. .. n..rendant
vllle manufacturers' agents are ; secretary. Rddlnh You to CI
I Andrew, Clerk; E U Kel ORDKR OF prRLJCATION. are required appear on rtp.
: 1 "l'1 Operation In Jax receiving: order BO and In Scoutmaster E. T. Shall announces Ralph Alvarez Sr.; program ly 1>r. F. WIUInM. ..and 'ern.y ? AND NOTICE TO APP ':AR November S. 114ft In the above ANt NTltSTA.TE -. .prllLl'

j; '" such volume for'tht!last.e,of fur that the boys :will be' chairman Mrs. A. 3.. 'Thomas; Moody Frrrtmrt InKpftctor\... Rruokrr. STATE OF FLORIDA residence to- plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce eauite. Bradford wherein Re Oi" 1'1)'.A

i j :. Temporary I niture that it neoessjtatefl! speeded around to collect paper this Saturday -, training school 1IIn'*.'M4rtha Max O. U Atkinson Clerk, Howard Maud and Ward address Clarke, last, whose known Is I County Teleitraph nhall publish this ..tevknr I. JI:w.h.... ",
.4(:, production /rdpr to keep and the public Is asked to'' well: flower and social community nO"IJI.". N. O. Hayes, and Dave Route I, Box 152, Effing-ham, South I Order In next four weekly l Issue.Witnee. stead L. IS.' I'I S""
1,4\ Eddie Hartmann owner of the up ,"could not turn have'* old and Mrs. O. R. Mathews. Mrs. Ureen Indpoctora. Carolina: my hand and official \ ar. \'ork'ou
: the business. He newspapers maga- M. O Harrrll. rhalrmanI'Vard to on ''.eal at Starke: Florida this October Nove"b" 04""Od
'. 'i' L. Hartmann Furniture and Novelty out the orders fast enough In his alnes ready for them. W. C. Coran Mrs.Llnnle Williams of County CommliiMloneriiHKAL November You are 8 required, 194*. In appear the above I I Innm B I'i"AI. flamed 1'tIrt, I II 10 I.
( ) Attettl .
A. J Thoman, Clerk o PEAL) A. .1. Thomas, !'
jt?\ Co. In Starke stated yesterdaythiU Mr. Mrs. Eunice Wilson ., and ( whereinplaintiff '( plalntlfr .. tu
1s:i ';11 present small shop In Starke ; mission It d Court divorce cause Bradford A. Clerk of Mid Court. c.'ounty '"k JI .r,..
'. ., I !;'o I..", he has not moved his operation Hartmann stated and was therefore Grill Is Leased study Mrs. F. Shaw; Literature County Telewraph jrfrk shall publish this I Hv Haven Cro.liy D. C. Order In Te'Ollra"h n.., 'hllll,
:.";[..t: ;' .1 to JacksonvUle permanently forced to find another loca- chairman Mrs. B. S. Outlaw; Klfirlda UOCKKT Hallrwad O.2tOM-W.... Public( I"till., Order In next four weekly Isnus.ltneHs .lohn rln., Florida J, HenderHon KHQ, !$! t. Augu"- .5Vitn.. 111) r .....

.4!f''I) but has taken over the Duval tion for the Mme being.He By Mrs. AveryJ children's home Mrs. D.W. Moore; tin lominlMlwn. <.. kIln Krmm \- \\' my hand and official) ''!\It,.. for Plf 10-8 4t 10-29 8.SCaR U.lIt. Stark: ,'11"4 I
.., do,
\' temporary A. ,. lee. Sew York \. I. seal at ,Starl ;J Planing Mill there as a and his crew of seven men community mission Mrs. E. Ten- arne all otarr ............ e. iafl.! ;;; I I (OF.'t<'IAI, ; ,
\ .f measure In order to fill Jacknon- P. Roberts former owner- icy; stewardship, Mrs. Ann Hutchinson .NOTICK I Ii* hereby given (OFFICIAL HEAt) A. J. T..onm. ., I l l' tlHCUT <' IIT. nil tl>Pr>HILOIM'V. ) A. ('I""k" ,)t" F.\I. "-
to P..tI.1
'now commute dally Florida Railroad and of said Court. 1 FLORID t. l> HIA- fly Macer, IIld "
furniture orders while negotiation operator of the J. P. Roberts AH Cleric ""r0" 'Un.
: 't' f vllle and use the facilities In the ; house community Mrs tl"H Comniliixlnn will' ,. Hv Haven Crosby D C C t'W K%" T. Frank LltId",') () r
( ,:;' J:, are .under way for the expansion Duval Planing Mill. one ot Grill announced yesterday that O. O. Webb Mrs. Farris Conway; Kxamlner of said Conimlnxlun to John .1. Hendxrson ti'l,; t>t. AUIJIIIItI I Samuel Levkoff Plaintiff Mi. Rae Atty. rO! Pit 81or,
J of his plant In Starke. old le has leased the business to Mrs. nol I Mrs. E. Lennon Mrs.
I, ,. .' .. ,' the largest plants in Jackson f public hearIngs at 9:30: A. M.. Fri Attys. for Plf. 10-8 4t 10.29
.L 'I.: Mr. Hartmann made this statement which has been shut down Janie Avery and Is no longer Labs Mott, Mrs. C. O. Barksdale, day October 16, 1944 In the AHMvm- ,
; in order to clear up a misunderstanding vllle. connected with its operation.The Mrs Marion Reddish Mrs. Llz- bly Hull on the lOCh floor of theMayflower IV Hldlf C'Ol UT. BH tltVORII
'} I that he said exist. for several years. name of the business '"* -. .- .- .. Hotel JatkHonvllle Flor- : C''I "I" '. FIUI"" I.. iii S... I IITIIirrniinnil n"'n
states that h
4 J'J: t-! among some of the local people Mr. be changed. Mr. Roberts stBoatdrain
s.;; I \ with hRs no desire to leave Starke and
\\ho are cooperating
: his
I.'it. h": in financing: the proposed that he prefers GA's
\ here.
of his local plant. Hei
i '. j] 1I',4lt.1 1 that negotiations are stilt l'lie ltel1 t operation of expediency Have GraduationThe ft
matter temporary
: "' ", !I'' I' id- r way on this project and Is a .
I.,r fk1 1-- if a sufficient amount of and he hopes negotiations Girls Auxiliary of

\<'" )t is obtained from backers will soon be complete Boatdrain Baptist Church ha :J. ., .
t(. )J 1'10:1ey: ,- '.
: -
him to continue to expand ..
will his plant and enabling graduation exercises Wedne '
l 1-cre h 3 expand .. ,' :
; :, of furn- his plant here to take care :evening'September 29 -
: .t .;n <'onlnlle: the manufacture by ca -.,
) I,'
i't" .
i 1 l4 11\ Itu <. In StarkeMr of the orders. I light. '. ..
: J'l : Hartmann won first prize Following: the graduationgirls .. a .
Coltlio best exhibit of furniture I .' ,"'.,
4 ,to I Boy Scouts Will presented a play enl' .. : C
hrtelj and motor courts at ; ,'.' I : ;
; !lor "Americans All. Members ( ,'"lf.j, >' .
.t t \
'.''i... dp jn-American Exposition In. Get Paper SaturdayDue dressed In costumes represei ; '"", : ..'" .-r., ,<1//' .. .. S r

,t' t, if;" :Mian''; last week. He was present1 different countrys. : '
1 th a silver cup to Inclement weather Boy .
'i :. make their Mrs. R. E. Jones. Jr real j.. or) *
unable to
He stated that Marlon H Scouts were '
\ .,t S I as girls' counseler, to be rep .

't: U! __ ,, ,p SppparSSrrrrrrSrSr ....1 I)y Mrs. Ernest Allen. .' .- irA
Assisting Mrs. Jones and .
pr f Allen at the meeting were -.

Now Ira Wilson pianist, and ( ." ,;,:..,i "". ; j i:' -
I Gloria Harris. ,'.... .
: Special guests of the eve c- N

: were Mrs. S. E. Sparks and

I A Large Assortment Of Hallowe'en hems ,, Starke.E. D Tcnley and daughte

; i Suitable For Your lIallOl 'ell Party State Officer .... ..

i&tL! At Woman's Club .
& CAPS ..: :' i

Next WednesdayMrs. .( : .. .

MASKS Raeburn C. Home, .. ,. .'
vice-president of the Florida ": .: :
eratlon of Women's Clubs, '. .,', ': I ., I
LANTERNS ,* be ,
guest speaker at the Oct p '
." ." t -
meeting of the Starke Won ,. ., .
; ,
44i Club Wednesday Oct. 13.Mrs. : -

'iDi, NUT CUPS : Home will give a re '.' : 0 -:' ,- .'"'d .- I
of the Board meeting and 1'
on program planning. ,' ':

: HALF MASKS HoHteanes for the afternoonbe fl ,5.

: Mrs.!' F. Stump chairman .. .
r .
Joe Cottrell Mrs. C. A. FI ., :
: :Mrs. Ralph Alvarez, Mrs. J j .. : : I

ii : Roberts, Mrs. Foster Shi St V.- I .
:'.[rs. H. H. Young and Mrs. t i' .
1 Vlddleton, ,s. .
r ,
t NOISE MAKERS Business Women's ... ? .- ," :,. ';' "

...., : ,
Circle Of WMS
; And Many Other Items To Help Make I
:Q. 1i Installs OfficersThe J S Si

q 4 Yaur Party A Success Incoming officers of S S S

iillness, Woman's Circle of) 'n .
4 10 -- _
First Babtist were Initi. S
ANOTHER' SHIPMENT' OFHollingsworth's S
Tuesday Night, SeptemberThe -" ,
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IL installation Service wa S 'S S-S S : -
& Whitman'sFINE \ ..
iL charge of Rev. L. D. Haines \; ::.;' ," .5 S.

;'; r CHOCOLATES ntroduced. the following Incoiofficers. "j.S S .,ill.I .,. -' S, S 't I'I I S S 5'

,' tt HV'\r I IN- ONE' AND TWO POUND BOXES Chairman Mrs C.A. Knlg -- ,' :: 'I".>l..j.SS ... S -
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1st Chairman Mrs. LD. H* S -
2nd Chairman' Mrs. D.L.. Tls 5 .r. "- S S I'S''
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3rd Chairman Mrs. W.B. B S ...:" -
Koch Store :
1 Drug Iy. Jr. S S .

'R Devotional Chairman Mrs. : ", J -S
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Recording Sec'y.; Mrs. T.I 1C .; S

.. Cia lit'
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..aJIt1 Mis.foril "
OIL Correxpomling Sec'y S : .
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Cliclo Advisor Mrs. HI ',. .
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i The Church Annex .was de 5 ..t11; S I

1L _- ted with arrangements of wladioll 5'
[ pink carnations 5- 5 5 :.\", .
!L Ighted unite tapers In grudu "If''

andelabra. t

-t *, [d Following/ the installation S ," S

\ 89.50 Ires' it varied piogram was /. t.:I.S S 4i 5- 5 ft.S ".
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en ted. : 5

TO Rev. Halnes' was presented' S'" ., : .
'i gift In remembrance of I ', '. .; .
-p l ; I ICCDHlcin : 55 S S 5
139.50'c '
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I I .. Birthdays of all the mem I ; 55' 5t ,
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rf'll.ntt're' celebrated' A I w. S .

NESCO ALLEN EVANS )lty pink and white birthday < t-5 S 5 .. -SSy

., rrrs--serrrr4p s. 6 II :containing gifts for each men .!,. S .
was arranged on a table cov )- ,
'; QUICK MEAL NESCO with an Italian cut work cl ". -' S

1 & 2 BURNER white candles and pink c ,

OIL RANGE i vine to complete the decoratl ,
CABINETHEATERS Refreshments of cake and

'hocolute were served.
1.&s 5 BURNER I .

WITH, OVEN The business Woman's Cl .
I leld its regular' meeting Tueitvenlng ; .5

79.50 24.50 to 37.95 Oct. S. In the Chi ., ,.
I Vnnex with 50 present' -

t&1 We Also Have This ALSO I The devotional: chairman. .4.

American Cabinet Heaters R. A. Oreen, gave the devotii .
ft I
,: ? Range. Uy Florence: I with the regular business r ,
32.5O the monthly meeting follow

89.50 Mrs S. K. Sparks Presl'
m.r urner
I II I of W. M. U.. Thanked the ; ,

----. SSrsea-prrrfl-r rprsspnrrsspsssss I Incas' Woman's Circle for pr '<
: 5 ici : "nd cooperation during theyear. ,
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OAK DI N ET T E SUIT I New members were: Jean TI

!j 49.50 !as Martha. Lelln Yancey Newsomej FlortedlingsMTorth. ;';ii ,i,.

: -Sr Sr aapsaaarserrsrs srrrssrsas.r.s.aaa.asss Ii IiI I abell Stevens and Lois Oe .. :' S S S

3 PIECE 'f retcher.> .if: 5- SI' .

: LIVING ROOM SUIT I Mrs D L. Thomas, pn| S f :....5 ( .
I -hair 1an. with Mrs, KB.'Alv S '{.0' S
4 5'S' ", T
c i Mrs. L. D. Halnes. Mrs. L. F. 5
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1i kins Mrs. Kate Sheppard ., ....t,

i I' Ethel Biggs. Mrs! W. J. I .)1iciii); ...
and Mrs O. L.
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Fjt Intt'rt'ulRl{ program tsuuainf S '!t"
: Ii :Christ in Judea" stressing br

; conditions and needs of our I 6!

Ii IiI Hostesses for the evening

Mrs. r:. Lawson. Mrs. U.U -

I son Mrs. E. L. Biggs andR.

I I F. Young.Baptist .


I,I f 1'I I II Circles I .Pa.t: K'_. .-S \.". tarke b' -koq the iUrface---.' '- .- *,'wn." or plastic! abrn;t. Hurry
ai.e rvoty
With MAPLE ARMS M I uactIo ia a<<
i I Nomsn5.rkt: T :* V. llll'"m Sills mad.a these
Elect OfficersCircle U I.. Renfro. Oen B. Flrnn, R. B. altUb or wh__..m. 10&11.M radiot won't last long ar this price!
(Alvares or.. and E. C. Lewis. Inepec- IOle. We'U ...t ... DII

139.50 Two of the Baptist W.M,S r.-..... \\If.. *-euI. .tara.. u..dI JO'U plWdC un !:; ,
_.4 Ru..ell a. .'"Ra.. Clerk: Alfred .
t __ IT. met Tuesday afternoon at 3 I .
tII -SsSrr-a-S.- rrrr rrrrrr-rrs .t ran1t tAm Brown, F. W. Hayes ..
% 1- o'clock at tM home of Mr. WLAndrvws >S and P, D Jon.... Inspector.*.
rr H...t R.! 4-<0......
The C. H. DR1GGERSFURNITURE John McKlnney. Clerk; P rx !Star. '
This being the first meetingof Hnw. w. c. Burton and Horace Cain. Firestone

the new year the election of Inspector PVMi.*. N.. _H...... Home & Auto Supply
I COMPANY officer took place following the O E. Matchett' CUrki; -
business meeting and prayer. land. V J. Hlade.. and Oor: .w'i:. S .
llama. Inspector 600 Temple Are.
) I E. Call St. Phone 43 Starke..FU. Those elected were: Leader. Mrs. frrrtmrt !N.. 6-oT...... .- J. P.f R OBER'fS.
W. I* Andrews; co-leader Mrs. Sill Hall Clerks: I. N :Newell., Coy
Alderman and W. S. 8lbl y. In- I .





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Willie's ;

i:l)*"r011'a vo'r1:.
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dUrotered. Willie tke Wbl.lle. In .
a load ..( neeondkand pip. fltlln -
.. aad donated klm to the.
(Itr of Mark. Willie ..... been .J
Established In 1877VUCLME
a hone of ewateatlon amoaaj re.l.denln utficiat Countu .
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Willie blew happllr for ..",...1 J I'' ,
meek.* and then wan. miililenlrlleneed SEVENTY!: STAltKE. FLORIDA ...u...,. OCTOBER: 13, lItlll UH1IKK TWO
when. ...........1",.. In tkImmediate ..
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neighborhood eonipln.neil I

that I.....Willie blew, too loud I Dr. Haynes Opens Berry Acreage I
nod Wells Feasible In Roberts
Sampson Remainsi
'Then. W 111I.'. friend wen. tmork .. Motorcvcle Crash Drainage
on the. poMvm that. .br nest 'r Office In Madison Double Last Year'sAlvarez i
.' WIIU Iwmll.Inr
for brief were prrlod beard ...1.. at 7 ... _._ __ _. Believes !
.. .main.., at noon. .... at A p. ... State Sole Bidder
not oitponltlon f..r.*eM iiil,*klrrallied. 'Fatal To Not In Crystal Geologist Says
I appealed to the. CluIViiHrll. The return of good weather has I
and Willie wan KnwKeilunln. Interest in
stepped strawberry
Ito t. the iMue. man tar from Local Underground dr iln-Ke: wells 'in wells there to control water level: setting up R. B. Alvarez manager For Mayor's PostWith

de"d.' early When tklM the, ...new.......(It'lt">vaa nuarll eonrrooleil .. MechanicJohnnie '< tan wltu. petition .hearing '. rtorv but would quite likely Artesian water level and the lake says and he now estimates that
.,............ level It U doubtful that sufficient r'
mope' than :z/MI reqaeutlnw fall to function properly' In Crvs-' very acreage In the county this fall
next Tuesday, Oct. 19. the
..... Jerome
Willie re umf> hl Victor 39-year- .
Dr head exists to Insure rapid
old tal. This .U the opinion of will probably reach, and might deadline for qualifying In the
to\VearV of the r......,.....,.. the mechanic died In Shadycrert s Z Herman Hunter Stste Geologist, and satisfactory subsurface dralnnge. even exceed 500. It will be more election called for Novem-
('..uiu4l deelded to put Willie .. Hospital at 2:05: a.m. Thursday In a letter to th. \ It might be possible that several than double last special '
as expressed: year's although
the tleket. la the uperlal' elvrtloato morning two hours and 20 minutes ber 9 to elect a successor to
Mo,ember a. of Commissioners drainage,. wells constructed at not had been jr I ,
be held Roard County as large as hoped, can1 1
............n... we ran Imairlne, after the motorcycle he was rid 8. Crystal lAke would provide amore due Mayor H. C. Wall only one
of August to the
nder date 1
\% "11.. flrlumlr' all.nC atop the ing struck a cow on HTgKvay 16 comparative scarcity kildate. J. P. (Jake) Robert baa
lick and water ..,.... Maltlnafor :\u'r '1'0 'I'DOTFor The Commissioners had sought open recharge to the under. of plants and unfavorable weather definitely announced for the place. t
f TOOT OR i i ( Standing road) near The
hi* fair to be deeldeil hr the ground formations than exist: al conditions for the several ,II
ballot. and mayhap. mii.ln a an Little Store. Death resulted from 'n opinion from Dr. Gunter as to present and would thereby hold weeks. past "Positively not" stated George I,

below* head and shoulder Injuries received he feftfliblllty of these project the lake to Its mean water level i Kopelousoa .when asked by the '! f

tut or not*tb toot : that is the question : I In the accident. : l as an Initial step toward measure I!except during floods when such Growers are showing renewed 'Telegraph yesterday It he were a i
To ; III Victor WILl a native of Erlanger designed to solve drainage wells would be helpful In the reduction Interest In the purchase of plants bonaflde candidate. )
to the house- ; the market .. said, and he
'tis nervous two manager '
'hether spare Ky. and came to Starke six rohVms In these areas. of flood crests. Kopelouaos, local restaurant op-

wife nobler months ago from Cincinnati Ohio ., In his letter' to the Board Dr. Due to the unusually heavy 'a trying reasonable to obtain them for themat erator, had paid his qualifying fee t

1r Since coming here he had made a !; Gunter stated: "It was decided rainfall In the past few years, price. at the same time Robert did but t
) let the laboring man lie late abed and may- his home with Mr. and Mrs. Aus- that Sampson Lake having a water hundreds of acres of woodsland later said he did it Just for a joke. 1

hap l lose) his job. tin Bell at the Temple Tourist level elevation of 137 feet In the Sampson Lake area are Student Leaders City Clerk Carl John Mid I I
Court and was employed as a above sea level would have sufficient flooded damaging valuable timber "I've still
Dr. Othma L. Haynes, Jr., sun Thursday morning. gotGeorge's ;
a wait : to rust : to rend no more the atmos- mechanic in Bell's garage. He tLare. head to drain underground and pastures. The .water level fee."
I of the late Dr. O. L. Haynes o
was Sergeant at Arms in th: provided the well could be com- In and other lakes in that I n)
phere'with strident notes that tell the this week opened dental When interviewed by the Telet
Bradford Ramblers, local motor. nleted In a sufficiently permeableitrata area Is also so high that it ha Meet. Here TodayThe
fflcea In Madison. He Is a gradu- graph George said,' "I'm going to )
time of day : cycle club. The height of the artesian damaged and endangered many
te of the School of Dentistry get that. money today. ,
time to rise the time to eat : He Is survived by his divorced Cmory: University, Atlanta, Ga. "nte" beneath Sampson Lake It homes and other property. The denial of his' candidacy by '
The wife and one son. Jack and by calculated to be approximately The County Commissioners! have Florida Association of High ''i
he time for men to lay aside their tools. and his father Charles Victor,' also 71: feet above sea level or 41 feet not' met Mince the receipt of Dr. School Student Leader will holda Kopelousoa apparently left the, ; I

a sister and a brother all of. Er- Jones Awarded below lake level giving a minimum Gunter'. letter, but wilt probably district convention all day Sat. field wide open to date for Mr.
homeward wend their weary way. 1 langer. head of 6 t feet which I In have the matter up for consideration urday.. October 14, at Bradford Roberta. e

o rust : perchance to dream : ay, there's the The body was shipped from more than sufficient to make at their next regular meetingin High School. Clerk John aald that It would I
Iralnage wells perform satisfac November. C. >artin be possible for candidates to qualify :
Starke under the direction of 8,4? principal of BHS
rub; t DeWitt C. Jones. Friday morning ,Civil DamagesBuck torily. Actual drilling cannot be *trtei1until ind E. L.: Lounsburry. principalof up until the time the Council i

in that dream.- what; nnem'ries of bygone and funeral services will likelybe "In the ease of Crystal Lnlo the proposed construction is Andrew Jackson high school, adjourn It* meeting next Tue.f
held In Erlanger this Saturday. It Is thought that the level In the I approved by the Chief Sanitary will be responsible for the program day night. I t
toots will come to mind : Jones was again In possession lake the artesian Engineer of the State Board of for I
Victor was. a member of the approximate \ the representatives of Also to be decided on the November
toot I at seven a. m. to the sluggard's Catholic Church and had served of disputed property west water level and It ,would he very I Health and would depend on an the 50 high school''of this district 9 ballot will be whether t
he gave ope 'f Starke on Highway 100 yesterday
''In' the Navy In 1915. desirable to proceed cautiously analysis of the water In the lake who will be in attendance. the time signal whistle atop the ;
a. a petit jury in County'udl1e's I
eye : ( Court here Tuesday a- in the construction of drainage concerned. Registration will begin at 8:30: light and water plant will blow I

he toot I gave.: at twelve meridian to signal i County Officials warded him $110 damages In a I In the morning. Dr. F. W. Kok.moor or not. JI

civil suit In which Britt Alvarez Miss Ross Assumes Exchange Of Students from the University of Florida !I ..
time to'eat : Confer With BaylessOn I
i will be the t
his sons Eugene and Herbert principal speaker, Suwannee Valley :

he toot I gave at five p. m. bringing joyful Road Matters and son-in-law Mick Mercer, were Home Demonstration Mutually Beneficial, Special music will be given by the Meeting ScheduledIn I
defendents. Agent Duties Here Rotarians Told Jackson music depart

gleams to the clockwatcher's eye. I Sen. Charley E. Johns, Repre Tuesday's trial settled an argument ment during the program. White Springs t

at now I toot no more.he ,sentative-Elect J. P. Roberts five of several weeks standing Miss Dorothy Ross new Home Better understanding betweenthe Convention officer are Ray ;"
members of the Board of County In .which Alvarez and the three Demonstration Agent for Brad- United States and LatinAmerican Billlngsey| president, from An- To adopt constitution and bylaws ',
slings and arrows of distraught house- Commissioners Clerk of the Court young co-defendants are charged 'ord County assumed her duties countries .waa the subject of drew Jackson, vice-president from name a Board of Director, : f

wives have stilled my stentorian throat. A. J. Thomas, and G. B. Stanley with have taken possession of a here October 1 and Is now busily discussion when Ramlro Panda Fernandina and secretary-treas elect officer, name committee. I 'I r
comprised a delegation conferringwith "omblnatlon residence and filling engaged In planning fall and win of Panama senior In the School! urer. Miss Idell Landrum of and select a permanent home Win : I

tt: soft you now The City Dads have placedmy F. Elgin Bayless. chairmanof .station located on land which ter programs for Bradfoid's five of Engineering at the Universityof Starke be the business before the General j

name upon the ballot slip : the State Road Departmentn Tones says he bought from M. M. senior' Home Demonstration Club Florida, addressed. the Rotary Special committee on arrangements Assembly of the Suwannee River f ,

Tallahassee last week. md Minnie Phillips in 1946. Al- and seven Girls' 4-H Clubs as! Club here Wednesday. will be under Miss Wood Valley Development Association I

he: heartache and the thousand natural shocks At the conclusion of the con ; and the young men. who arc well as carrying on her other varied The United State and the La ham, chairman assisted by Miss when It meet In White Spring'' t

that I am heir to may be absolvedy ference. Chairman .Bayleaa Indicated to have been occupying the duties throughout the county. tin-American countries: have mud. Delia Rosenberg chairman of re Tuesday afternoon Oct. 1V

that he would recommendto 1."r"7 since September IB Miss Ross, who comes here more to offer each other through gistration. Mr. T.. T. Long lunch Bradford ''County was recently : )
voters at the polls November ninth. the Board that the cost of off Wednesday and Jones 'rom Duval County where she halt mutual understanding Mr Parade eon, Miss Audrey Newman, arrangement voted to membership In the Association I

fis a consummation devoutly to be wished .... moving REA, lines from right' of rs. again placed In possession of been an assistant agent since Jan Htated. The U. 8. can best serve ,committee,' Mrs ..1. because .of tributariesthBjguwaJineefroiu ; I
.. way of. Hampton-Tltere..a road V .,, '' Madjrv ..it ,neighbor .by",asMmlng" ''cu': ,
... .. ,'he property : uary 1Wt, At least by'me: ). "* +, fee paid by the Road Deportment A According to testimony offered Whigham who resigned the position : tural leadership and. setting._. 'IIOo halrrKen"or social hour..; Z.y pI 1 It .Ja expected" that ': "

and charged against credits anticipated -, bv Jones,Tuesday he last rented I In order to become home economic -. ea ample of a practical, working!' Sponsors of the- B. H. 8. student I I delegation from her- 'win attend i M

for this county from"the the property to Jack Goodge who instructor at Bradforl! democracy. On the other hand, "oun 11 are: Kenneth Grtder. the mute Spring .meeting..

id d Condition Of Athletic Field surplus gas tax funds. moved off and locked the place High School.A the United States needs ,the a...- Peggy Tilley secretary-presIdont -: To explore, ,publicize and aid In i I

The local delegation also conferred 'ip on August 15. When he returned native of Homestead. MHs cturnnrp that no Latin-American. tre..llnrllrJ.Drew. Reddish Martha the development of the Suwannee

with Dr. Herman Gunter, to the property on Sept. Ross. was formerly aH Club -ountry will permit Itself to h* "ii. :IOOnn'onno1'; : Carl Carter. River Valley with agriculture In- at

State Geologist concerning pro- '9, Jones said he found a handwritten member in her home town. She rome a foothold for enemy agculrf DOlph iteddlsh, Kenneth Johns dustry and 'economic social life I
For This Week's Game j I Ial'plnll'
Change posed drainage welLs In Samp- of the U. S, the speaker said.
rees sign. "Please Stay Out.- received her B. S. degree In home Toe Warren Ovid Bennett, Caro. are the objectives of the Associa
jon and Crystal Lakes. Dr. Gunter Britt Alvarez" placed betweenthe economics at FSIT In Tallahassee An exchange of students betweenthe lyn Edwards. Betty William,
requested that water levels door and the wooden for two U. S. and Its neighbors to the tion.The
screen and after that taught Mickey Kills: Willie Roaaer;>
Carl tJons
1 ,:- Gainesville eleven Pn'itka, stadium last Friday Jasper and the Lake .
and other data be presented. door of the building. A front win years at Greenwood. South would do much to overcome Johns. Jimmy Green r.
|-ctr the plucky but outclassed night. Kenneth City and Live 'Oak Chambers of ,
I Tornadoes 18-0 Wednesday Tn the second period Harden dow was broken out. Indicatingthat Although the new agent has misunderstandings Mr. Pa. Conway, Eloise Thomas Freder Commerce will be joint host at

I': on! the University City gridof snatched one Starke aerial and Pecan Auctions someone had broken into the not yet had time to cover the rada) said. He stated that propagandists ick Conway, Hollls Knight, Jr., the White Springs meeting. The t- .
Jones stated. often portray the
building, and
returned It 15 yards to Starke's county completely, she reports Wayne Douglas. business session, beginning at l
''"I thii week's game, or- 25. PalAtka lost the ball on a The plaintiff testified that he that the women she has visitedare States as a greedy' capitalistic Luncheon will be served In the 3:30 o'clock will be held in the
1 l'' scheduled for tonight fumble but got It back two plays ater met Alvarez and the young generally enthusiastic over monster to the people of Latin- school cafeteria at noon. Woman's Club building.: Dinner .t)

jay at Bradford Park ,was later when Harden snared another Start Thursday men on the property. They told the program carried on In the America and that many of them will be served afterwards on the t

[ d't" the Wednesday night( Stnrko pans which he carried 10 him they were In possession of t home demonstration clubs. At the having no first hand knowledge of Bennett Stephen Foster Memorial grounds.. I!
I t tn Gainesville when con tin. vsrds to the Bradford 35. Ted 'he property! Intended to stay nresent time th"Jie are organized this country, believe anything they ChangesSpeaking i j

'I'nl, made It apparent that Turner scored for the Maroonson Auction to dispose of the 1919 there and ordered him off, Jones it Hellbronn Brooker Hampton. are told. Dates

|:oral l field would be unfit for H ZVyard! run. pecan crop will begin at the State said. LawU-y, and Bunnvbrook. Miss The speaker said that the reason Farming Vets

I I Three minutes later Harden Intercepted Farmers Market here next Thursday Other witnesses were Mrs. An Ross plans to organize: one in the democracy has failed to functionIn Jacksonville Oct. 11. Charles E. Plan Outing ii 1
'h and Oct. 21, R. B. Alvarez, mar and Mrs future at Starke. the Latin-American countriesIs 'Bennett Democratic ,
to the disappointment of another Starke toss na Fender a neighbor, near nominee for
1 fans, this week's change In Fullback Jne Hull went over'from ket manager reminded growers Annie Mae McRae, who testified Glila' 4-H Cu s are located at that the people are not prepared Congress, who was scheduled to At Crystal Lake :

location means that the I 18 out. I yesterday. 'hat they saw one of the Alvarez Brooker Lnwtev Hamnton, Hellbroon for its. liberties. A large 'oeak at Melrose on Friday. Oct.
\drws will complete half of In they final period Starke drove I The sale will begin promptly at V>vs take something! off the bick Vanderbilt, RiJ'.ng, an:! percentage of them I is Illiterate, 13 and at Keystone Heights The fourth in a aerie of Informal 1
<> 2 ,. Mr. Alvarez said, and all tad they do not understand how "ttnrke.. Green social events sponsored by C
1 194* Hchedule '>on-< foreign to the PaUtka 10 but lost the p.m orf 3tarke. Cove Springs! Hill- J
I' More they meet P. K. ball Wit nuts to be sold must be on the hat Tones said he' nailed over the to vote on the Issues that are Involved lard. Callahan. and Fernandina on the Panning Veterans of Brad ....;

:e here on October 29.. hurt Cothron dashed 78 yards. On platform not later than 1:45: on entrance after finding the Alvarev ccouts Collect In an election. Therefore, Oct. 18. has had to cancel these ford County will be held next ''j 1

tA-ffched 15-20 pounds' per the next plat V the Palatka ball he day of sale. The manager urges .I lgn)I. the.building fester the they fall easy prey to uiwrupu- ipeaklng engagement In order to Tuesday afternoon at the Key. :::1 f

!the Tornadoes were noI1 corner fumbleand End Dick all growers who pomlbly can rear and then open the front door Tons Of Paper r lous politicians, Mr. Parada ald. tttend a U. S. Senate flood con. stone Airpark when 22 veterans'i(i

h! for their! hefty opponents. Cole recovered in the end zone for do so to bring nuts to the marketthe to let his companions In. He expressed: a desire for a 'rol meeting at Tallahassee. enrolled In the Institutional Farm l'':

inertheleiM/ played good ball. the final Maroon touchdown. LeftTprkle day before the opening sal Although none of the defendantstook Members of Boy Scout Troop greater exchange of students He will speak at Melrose Training Program, their wives and I'i

had two opportunities to Don Cobb kicked the extra: In order that they may be weighedin the stand to offer testimony 70 are. highly pleased with the which will ultimately mean better 9:00: a.m. on Tuesday Oct. 24 at other guests will enjoy a chicken '
and there will be last minute results of their waste paper col. : fry.
but failed to cash in either point. no It Is understood that Alvarez, who understanding and greater cooper- wed on this same date at Keystone I r
< rush. It will be. safe to leave nuts lection last Saturday when 24 Officers : I
Carter J ation. the
got: away in lives on a place across the highway eights: at 10:00: Starke at 11OO.: Farming Veterans -
I'lint quarter for a 40-yard i I First downs (rushing): Starke on the platform overnight an a from the Jones property had tons of paper were gathered. Thepaper Mr. Parada was introduced by Green Cove Springs organization are as follow:
.at,. 12SO.:
will be bundled and '
watchman will be Mr.
though/ center line beforednwt1ed 5. Pilatka 7. employed recently had a survey made and Jacksonville and the Scouts will Arch Thorns, Jr., member of the Milliard at 3:43.: Callahan at 4:15: H. D. Starling president: J. S. \
by fleet-footed Yards gained: (rushing) Starka Alvarez said claimed that the survey showed club's International Service Com and Fernandina at 5:30.: Eunice., vice president: Henry ; 1
Nvllle' tackles. I 121.: Palatka 207. No fee will be charged the hH property extended across" the place the proceed, around $50, in mittee. C. Wainwright secretary; James

pt Haines Tornado center Yards gained (passing) : Starke grower for facilities of the mar highway and took In the disputed I the fund for their new home. A. J. Thomas Absentee T. Walnwright treasurer; and (
\'od I Troop 70 wishes to thank the Sr. has taken Voting I"Ai
r a chipped elbow while 5, Palatka 34. ket. building. Marklee Starling reporter C. L. '
public for being so kind and cooperative : over the president's gavel because I
r a tackle and was hospital-t Passes attempted: Starke 6, Jones brought his suit under Begins MondayAbsentee Curry director of the training
in helping them make of the resignation of Jun- 1
I .'n Galne vUle. It Is considered Palntka 7. Rotarians Seek the "forcible entry and unlawful program serves a* advisor
the' newspaper collection drive so lus M. Smith, who returned to
I' that his inlury will keep I Posies, completed: Starke 1. detainer statute". voting for the Mr.
General Curry state that vet
successful. railroading Monday. Mr. Thomaswas any
I *-t of the lineup for the re-t Palatka 2. Funds To CompleteBoy In view of the fact that no Election will begin Monday. eran Interested In in t
vice enrolling
president, before Mr.
fcr!\ Scoutmaster E. T. Shull announces -
t' of the season. ,I Yards lost by penalitles: Starke Scout Home testimony was offered to refute that another collection Amlth resigned. Oct. IS, and continue through the program may contact him

.. Friday, Oct. 22. the Tor- 5:\. Palatka 20. that of the plaintiff. County will be made In about three weeki 1 Friday. Oct. 29, County Judge or vR.. Ferguson, vocational l
"ttrnev to Yds. punt ave.: Starke 33, Pa Judge E K. Pl'rryTnlUINltru..iffl! E. K. Perryman stated
Merrbers of the Starke Rotary yesterday. agriculture I
'1.0 K: TO and will be continued regularlyf Or. Middleton d11'ector.t BHS. '
latka 35.Fumblos. the to return verdict for
Club conducted a whirlwind campaign jury a Absentee ballots will be -
\ the -
vMn' rcentlons bv speedy : Starke 2, Palatka 3. the plaintiff. Damage of $110 public .' at 1
last weekend to raise fundsto WI Moves OfficeDr. the judge' office Monday
Y Harden. Putnam High half- Yards kick off ave.: Starke 4A. I complete construction of the were based on the rent that Jones I for persona who will be'away from Singing Convention )i

"t up the first two touch. Palatka 43. new home for Boy Scout Troop would have received from fe I Nasworthy Heads W. E. Middleton moved nome on General Election day The Bradford 'g'gwill
L. as the Maroons shut out Yards kick off return ave.: property during the time that Alvarez County Convention ;
TO/ now under way at the City New Comnvitee; Monday from his former locationon Nov. 2.Ballots.
1 High/ 19-0 in the newring Starke 13. Palatka 20. playgroundpark.C. wa in possession. South Thompson St. to his I meet Sunday, all day. at De-

H. Naaworthy chairman of Tuesday' trial disposes {of the For Scout Troop 70C. new office at 300 N. Temple Ave. will be mailed upon request Ian Baptist church near Brooker. I IP ,

civil case. but the defendants are His phone number will be the to person who are In the President Marcus f '
Meet "House of Magic" Conner invite ''
the project reported that approx- 'i
now faced with criminal chargesof H. Nasworthv will\ serve all same as It has been for the armed forces.
For Sunday Will Be ShownAt 'mately $1.000 la needed to compete trespassing for :which they chairman of th Troop Committeefor veers that he has practiced In everyone to come.fir".' J I

1 Airpark Waldo SchoolThe the building. The Starke have given ,bond of $ROO each Boy Scout Troop 70 for the Starke-47. and his office hours I 4
ending the fall term of'circuit new year beginning this month a
.. Boy Scout Troop will have a will continue to be from 1 9am.until -."'"

1"( It ralny.agsln the pn*t. famous General Electric home to be proud of when it U j Court. Other as announced members by of the the Starke committee Ro 1 12 noon. Need An Apron? r; \ Jii

soaring meet "House of Magic" Show will play Dr. Middleton stated yesterday
will be held he said.
tary Club sponsoring organization .
.Ayo.t, 17, at Keystone Air- :I for people of Waldo and surrounding Hom* makTs Club ; that he Is now comfortably/ set. j-J: R
The! Members of the Club received are: E. J. Dahrner G. SNwromb. Lure Burgess Mohr. J jt
onJr\nal\ meet scheduled area at the Waldo High tled In his new office home, and whose Clay MM column i > t,
with regret the resignation of To Attend Meet Robt. Metzger and la .'
a-'fka one of the most *!
ago was rained out. School auditorium on Wednesday, Deal. expressed appreciation to friends popular feature in the Telegraph F. ,
\' H' Browlng. director of the Oct. 27. at 8pm. Junlua M. Smith a* president. Mr': I Bradford County Future Homemaker Herbert'Mr. Nasworthy stated. that.. response who sent flowers to brighten his made her readers a unique offer last .ti
rle and Smith, returned Monday to em reception room on opening day. week.
the Florida Avladlon The show U being brought .to will attend an all-day was excellent: to the Rotary +,
'n7, extend) a cordial Invl- this area through the cooperationof ployment on the railroad. making I district meeting"at Camp OXeno drive last weekend for fundsto Mrs. Irma Buford, who- ha For .71&1'11'Mra. Mohr has been sending her t" T

is! to the public! to attend. the Florida Power A Light Co., It Impossible for him to attend I this Saturday. Fifteen girls will complete the new Scout home.If been with Dr. Middleton a* nurse attractive 'apron pattern that require i'

no admllllllon charge. and the public will be admittedfree. meetings regularly. He will be make the trip and will be accompanied all pledges that have been made for many years remains with one yard of material to women all only 4 i
ted at by Mia Madge Whig- him In J his new location. over the
the are collected in full the building
former IIIte of succeeded by A. J. Thomas, vice country. Now she writes:
"ton Army Air Because of the show's educational ham home economic teacher and committee will "begin to see day '
bf tat of Starke the Airpark Field aspects a special performancefor president.Two their advUor. Mis Betty Ann Carter light". Mr. Nawortby said. Dr. Adams Named "I have had several ladle want me to make IVHJL

developed by Mr. Browning school children will be held new member have just I* president of the organization. Other local organization are apron for them. If you will end me two of print 1 will ,

11110 a In40cra for.n yirlz **.. at 1:30: p.m. on the same day. i been received into the club: J. F. cooperating In the project American Mr*. Rhoda, Dampier clefk ofj I make you an apron and send It to you and Jeep the remaining .. I

Wish to take advantage. The House of Magic will demonstrate Taudon owner-operator of the Legion Poet 54 Tuesday night Local Board No. 18, Bradford material for myself. .' one. Then all will be happy. 2Eh7"

"oOrtda'1 Year-round .ttrac music that travel on abeam' Western Auto Store and .C. H. Purchases Store authorized the payment of $100 Into Union and Clay Counties an Sounds like a good deal to ua. Ladles. ''why'not. 'taJui Pi
ken of light, a lamp illuminated of I the Scout building fund and nounced yesterday that Dr H.H. Opportunity of setting acquainted ;
Quick acting supervisor camp with Krs.
SCOOWn plan. to
A' 8lIe
egroalq by. electricity flowing through the R. Johnson has purcha.wd'therarmer' I the Junior Woman' Club will love to hear from ..would
fps! large I I "kidnap detector" and operation for the Brunswick '* Supply comer 10th sponsor a benefit dance for the Adam ha been named medical YOl&
body, a Just writs
f schools. dozens of other mystifying act*. plant of Her. Wea"Powder'Co. Street and Cherry from" his daughter same! purpose. examiner for the Board. to Mr*. Lura Burgess Mohr. Pones Nebraska. ''i f tSoliloquy

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and Mrs. R. Y. Newton were Fri- IN CIRCUIT COURT: nninpoiinCOtrNTY. .7 i named Court sTw
AROUND The TERRITORY day overnight guests of Mr. and V Cuunty:
Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED Thompson, Plaintiff, Tel Ati? I
Clay HillBy Mrs. C. M. Turney. Mrs. W D. M. Lona vi.Lewi Order In
WITH II. DEAL. COUNTY SUPERVISOR R. Thompson Defendant Witneeemyha lour .. b
Newton accompanied Mr. and Cn.. No. 69tl. at / kaq,
1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWN -ED+roaPubll.hed Lira BurgPiw. Mohr FARMERS HOME ADMINISTRATION Mrs. Newton to the Farm and remained ORDER. OP PUBLICATION ANDSIOTICR : U, 11948 e' rlur+da 'Ad'orfb

Friday and Entered aa Second I Ponca. .".'."u.-_L._. f with Mr. and Mrs. Turney OV TO FLORIDA APPKARSTtTH <.! OFFICIAL A. SEAL

Chas Matter Every at the roM Office at Sterke, Flo. I On my visit to the farm of I excessive rains and the farmers I for a longer atay.Accompanied L.ewi and K. Thompson address I.! : wh ana< ..Nelson residence Charles By vfc'' .D'*Co
|James R. Clyatt. farm Ownership la that area have rea'ly taken a by Mrs. Marti bt. Portsmouth, V>.1 Life 101-OS
Wherein I paint and clean and i I client of this office, I found him big loss. Squash and beans wedamaged re Griner, Jr. and Miss Nettle Mae I You are hereby required to appearon By Haven L"uildiar t'r.'b! lacks nunrllb r-
October IS. 194, In the above .. )
MEMBERSubscription 1948 ting noting how the Autumn: IsJowl Att)' fur
giving final touches to his new but they will probablyharvest Fowler of Lake Butler, Mr. and .. Pit tlStarling's
taking MI a tinge of winter I home which has just been com- enough to pay expenses. Mrs. J. A. Bouvier made a trip
SUM For Six: : .
'JM Annually pleted. I also found that he
The Interlude of twilight on a just to Gainesville Saturday.
completed his water system found On my visit to the farm ofJoseph
hill Mrs. M. W. Barton and children
I. water at 103 feet and hU water C. Johns who i is an OL Grocer
May wake an unheard melody spent Sunday and Monday with
Is borrower in Clay county, Doctor'sInlet
supply adequate. Looking over
REMEMBER\ IN NOVEMBER; that blends Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Fleming In
his fall farming operations, I I found him turning under
iVIth loaf-song and the( Orlando.
: ANDMarket
files of the Telegraph for the year found he had several acres plantedIn Alyce Clover and Sesbanla in
If look through the tiillt FH
you drowsy Mrs. J. G. Godwin returned Comer CallChPrrySht.
beans and field of his fall and spring
string preparation
b 1932: you will find an interesting little item on the front ) crickets as the hour of sunset peas. day from Jacksonville where she
Harvesting of these crops will planting/ of cabbage and other
Bradford ,
page of one issue describing the lines of patient ends. begin about October 15. He had root crops. and Mrs. Junius Smith of Stark. ;
Countians who formed for the distribution of flour sent by Night winds acroaa the gathering lost one acre of his crops due to had visited Col. and Mrs. M. C.
lt the government to keep body and soul together during tht darkness hold excessive rains. Mr. Clyatt has one On my visit to the farm of Snyder since Tuesday.Mr. .
'il tag end of the Republican regime. This would be but one' No hint 0(. the austerity of fall. of the best farms In Union coun- Emery Houston who Is an OL and Mrs. Garland Godwin FRIDAY & SATURDAY, OCT. 15 &
When woodlands transmutedInto I
the are
of many similar items found in papers throughout ty, 240 acres in all and has made borrower through this Depart- and Jimmie Godwin of the Uni-

i country in those desperate days. ; And frost gold has laid Its silence a wonderful corn crop to be used ment I found him preparing his! versity of Florldea, Gainesville GCLD METAL
Herbert Hoover., In feeding his livestock for an- land for fall and spring plantings spent the past .weekend with Mr.
the depression on
Now we're not blaming over all.
other season. This area in and around Doctor's and Mrs. J. G. Godwin. SPAGHETTI----- :
, was doubtless caused by a complex set of .
$ The depression tn this premonitory season now, Inlet has had excessive rains for
::{ circumstances over which Hoover nor any other individual Evening comes earlier than It did On this same trip to Union the last few days and water wa

that the Hoover before. County, a Committee meeting was standing all over the fields. The
We do however
had much control. say Pine LevelBy 1
!it very
outside Think only of the heavy-fruited held and several OL loans were root crops such as turnips an'1 GOLDEN RIPEBananaslb.
t' administration did nothing to overcome the depression bough Considered In the Ha I ford section cabbage seed beds have been completely

of blithly chanting that "prosperity is just around the That brings the year to mellowness \nnual loans were made to the i destroyed and they ,wll' !Mn.. .H. M.. McRae. .

corner". The Republican regime came to an end in 1932 and I once more.If berry growers In that section. have to replant.. 7 i
( something with summei Several applications for veterans .
started an goes Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall aii
so did the depression-at least the economy I and Its prime I Farm Ownership loans .were considered On my visit to the Farm c>' Mrs. :Maggie Cason and granddaughter -

upward trend in that year which has been maintained on There still remains the gift of and one farm visited and Leslie N. Poe, who has the only returned home Saturday
with the record harvest time. vas passed by the Committee. Insured loan In the Northeast
steady incline ever since. Anyone familiar after attending a revival meetingat : TEA 14HT7T7
i a .
'i f -Bayka Russell. section of the State I found him Lakeland. - > 2
in those early knows
t:, of the Roosevelt administration years On our visit to Union County preparing his land for his fall and
that this turn of the tide was no mere coincidence. It has not frosted here yet we found that practically all of spring crops. Mr. Poe has purchased Sunday dinner guests of Mr
i and Mrs. A. J. Fender Mr
The last two it has beer. I
remember the unhappy days of 1932 and days the cucumber acreage which had a new Cub Tractor whichIs
' "The South will and Mrs C. C. Crosby and sons FACIAL QUALITY
We needed the rain too
\ raining. been wonderful work. In walkIng 3
planted was destroyed by doing -
A r 'contrast them with its present prosperity when it goes to C have had a nasty head cold of Rising and Mrs. J. W McRa
over his farm. I found that
I"J1 I' the polls in November." Howard J. McGrath chairman of the: Only Sunday I boasted I never better then. Tonight Husband ha!I Mr. Poe had planted Hairy Indigo and sons. TOILET TISSUE --2!

1",i:,, Democratic National Committee said in a recent interview. had colds. We had company from to meet the train with the hearse! a* a summer cover crop and Mr. and Mrs. T N. Norman and

tl) "Nowhere are the tremendous economic galn made by lloux City and the lady had aold. at the untimely hour of one,, a good portion of this had been grandson. Joe Allen Sapp, of Hell-

i It!(, the Democratic Party in rebuilding America from the wreckage I caught it from her. Theyare o'clock this Friday Morning. 1 plowed under. The balance that bronn Springs were dinner guestsof SMOKED
; definitely contagious. It you'r will stay awake to help him with I was left was looking good which the H. M. McRaes Friday.
/ of the Hoover depression more dramatically evident than I 'n prime condition you are not sc the casket. The fellow went vis- will be turned at a later date. He N. A Conner of Midway and

; in the South" the national chairman continued. "Under Republican apt to take a cold If near Homeon 'ting to California and died. We has not started his planting ye: Mr. and Mrs A. P. Johns an' Sausage
,1l Administration the South was run as a sort of col.it' e who has one. I am taking had a funeral at Allen Mortuary due to excessive rains. daughter of New River were via- 2
, and precaution to keep hus- 'tuna! Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRaj
ony for Eastern capital. Southern business industry' every my Tuesday. My days are surely *
}it'I were handicapped by the actions of an Administration that band from taking It. I have my busy but I love to be. On Tuesday Oct. 19, there wll' Monday.
I was not interested in developing the vast potential of South. own special glass to drink from. It has been raining at Clay he held In this county a committee Mr. and Mrs. Odis Crawford and WIN A FORD BUY
' and agriculture. my own towel and I have been Hill too. Letter from Dorothy Training School for Alachua, Bradford daughters of Jacksonville were
ern industry sleeping on the davenport. I just Manning that school Is fine. The Clay Duval Nassau, St visiting the Fender family Saturday PARKAY---------3
I;'j" "The Democratic Administration which came into office can't let him get this nasty cold. ninth grade girls are going to Johns, and Union counties. This night. Among those visiting!

". in 1933 changed this pattern. The Tennessee Valley Au- Don't send the children to school helo Mrs Gussle Wilkerson in the meeting will be attended by al' the Fenders Sunday afternoon

; thority brought cheap power to the South. It and other Federal with a sneezing cold. They just cafeteria. Sadie Carter and Dorothy of the County Committeemen of were Mrs. Fender's father R.L

" programs brought rich crop lands where once were eroded spread the germs everywhere No went to church at Clay Hill. the seven counties, also WilliamB. Batten of Theresaa her uncle and noon NO. 2
"it gullies. Electricfication came to the Southern farm." matter, cold or no, I painted the Marian Prescott spent the night Hull, Field Representative for aunt, !Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Batten
and bathroom. It Is really nice. I with Dorothy.Marian likes her District II. and we expect to have and son of Penny Farms, and n ENGLISH PEAS---1U} } 1
of the facts
McGrath listed the
\ following
Mr. as some
; f painted the walls a sunny coloi 'f'achE'r. Leon Carter.: Lula' Mae several officials out of the State cousin, Mrs.. Irene Jones and sop
I figures revealed by the study of twelve Southern states, including __._ i /,
; and the woodwork cream enamel :Moaley writes they have been set- office In Gainesville We are ex of Welrsdale. < | ||
t ;: the border state of Oklahoma: I have the towel racks put back ling out strawberry plants, and pecting: good attendance of the Mrs B. M. McRae and Mrs.

.,t; Personal income increased from $6.46 billion in 1032: to but the big mirror and the smaller breaking corn. She .wrote they hada Committeemen from the severa' Russell Thomas were visiting Mrs' 5

$29.5: billion in 1946; income of farmers from $1.2 billion one I have to have help. That Is heavy rain the night before. A counties in this area. I am sure Fred' Haislop of Vanderbilt Mon-

, during the depression to $7 billion last year: only three five rooms I have painted. A ew fence Is being put up around thAt after .we have this meetingall Inv sfternoon. Potatoes
'f' percent of farms had electricity when the rural electrification small bedroom and kitchen to do the school yard. I have to laugh of us will know more about Mrs! Alma Starling Is spending 19
I vet, they will be fun too. I surely I '"hen I think during the early the operations of the Farmers I 1fl'w days with her son and
; program started in 1935 compared with fifty percent now. im spic and span. Clean curtains part of the war, how I used to flume Administration.We daugrhter-ln-law! Mr. and Mrs
REA has strung a total of 256,949 miles of wires, serving and all my own .work. What a I nail on that fence to keep the are still interested In listings Robert Starling In Palatka.

J 977,602 farms. satisfaction. I am hoping next: hogs out of the yard. Whoopee! Ion'I Family type farms where Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thoroi" BKOOKMAN'S 3

;: More than six million children in 15,000 schools participated week will\ be sunny. I can see You should have seen me chop- prices are not Inflated.State and children were visiting Mr.

! in the school lunch program Last year and the Federal M'nsr sticks for the stove. Sun- Thomas' parents. Mr. and Mrs GELATIN DESSERT-!
k Herman Thomas of
day they had ice cream and cakeon Rising Sun-
Security Agency granted $256,000,000 to the South in the
. Beware Coughs the tables by the Long Brancn day afternoon
current fiscal year benefitting every Southern resident. ;
, t Far
'hurcht That Is such a lovely spot =
t. Now Mr. McGrath did not state that all of these benefits From Common Colds here and I shall always remember
and improvements would stop immediately in the event of a'' the big dinners we had and By Mrs. Bryan \Vhltflel

l'; }j. Republican victory at the pollatin November. Many of them: That HANG ON .\ how we sang in church. Next: Sun- I J. . AGxn b\.OS Neck Bones 2!

. doubtlessly yvould4be continued, for the Republican Party+, Creomaliion rei inn promptly because day Is Home Coming Day' at Bridge Club :Meeting
well else has,, been forced to recognize 'the the trouble r.ong Branch. Mrs. Fred Lang and
as as everyone It gees right to the sat of Bowls of yellow daisies were
/' value of these Democratic-instigated reforms. But it is interesting to help loosen and expel germ laden !'II. Winton Parrish attended the tastefully\ placed In her home by We Appreciate Your Patronage Very Much!

to wonder just how many of these measures wouldhave ; phlegm and aid nature to soothe and Union Church Meeting at Middle- Mrs. J. C. Wallace when she entertained f e Joe S. !Starling I
heal tender inflamed bronchial burg Oct. 5. CInv Hill folks are
raw .
under the State Farm ugwe -i4M1 MST MU .
been inaugurated had the country been Republican Bridge
mucous membranei.Tell your druggist busy, going, working and happy
control during the past sixteen years to sell you a bottle of Creomulsionwith IIF.I.rFI'1. HINTS: Matches Club there last Thursday after

It i lr a very safe bet to make that the great government the the understanding it quickly allays you the must cough like I 'nay be waterproofed by dipping 'noon.Kite and At Mrs.this R.meeting P. Stubbins Mrs. J.were R

owned projects that have meant so much to industry, way 'hem In pnrafln. When going:
+ power or you are" to have your money back. I respective winners of high and
this is Rub lemon
well individuals in the South would have camping helpful.
as as never come second high Club contrast prl:>;el.!
CREOMULSIONforCoughi.ChejtColds.Bronchitij aluminum to make it
into being because the huge utilities companies, most of juice on Mrs. Clara Stahl won h'gh' guest
shine. Butter "the size of an egg'la
I which are under Republican control, would have nipped any four tablespoons of butter. nrlze in that game while in bingo I IIrs. Foot Miles Are

; such legislation in the bud. It is significant that Governor We like acorn squashes' so very !\ P. D. Fancher was holder of !I
'he lucky card. Mrs. Wallace
t Dewey even now, is strangely silent on the future development well. I cut them in half, removehe was
insisted In hospitalities by he,'
, of any additional government-owned power projects EXPERT seed and put in a generous' !
visitor, Mrs. J. H. Djinn, and at
i; patterned after the TVA. If he is elected it I iff safe to say i mount of sugar and a lump of he conclusion of-the

that there" will be no others-at least as long as the Repub- adlo{ !butter Place side by aide in p ..hey served a salad course.progressions Thirst Miles
baking dish, I put a little water
[',1 Ifcans remain in office.
\ In the dish, bake in a hot over Club Board! :Meeting
! That is why we bemoan the splitting of the Democratic until done. Some like a dash of Mrs.

i Party which if carried far enough seems certain to result I. cinnamon ,on squash. "ent of Lawrence the Community Dugger Club, Presl-forh

,!I in the election of a Republican president next month. Thatis I It I Is! cloudy out this Is a quiet ,. veer 19IS--49.' called a meetingof
the will weigh. the and I love it that Digger q
why we hope every member of Party own way. the Club Board In the Conimun-
issues with cool-headed commonsense and then follow the Is asleep near. He likes to '" Cl lIb! Room Wednesday morn ,

only logical course of turning a deaf ear to hopeless and I Tot up on a foot stool near. me to ing: of last week. Chairman of the I
epaSERVICE He Is cute dog, a red tan
! sleep. a
futile third party splits. standing commuters who, In round
J "nd| silky Willie mv bird la singing table discussion, made plans forthe I
and singing. Don is at the
,ltor I still have two roosters.I ;' year are as follows:

.!i 8p Qy.DEF'SERViCE PhoneS2J I Chas. C. sent !Mrs. Lewis her flower seed Finance, Mrs. J. G. Caldwell: A5
l. ) I have some other boxes soon to Program Mrs. C. M. Turnev
iI j W. POllOW TM ."0'" Mrs. Hartmann ShepherdAt mull. I made an apron to send to Social Mrs. H. M. RlchArde:
I j House !Mrs. J, C. Godwin: l\4m- _
rrullf Busy and happy let's all
Gay's Service Station keep that way. bership, Mrs. Tom Conners: SowIng 4Rin

God bless you, LOVE LURA Mrs. J. A Bnuvler: FlowerMrs.
-- R P. McLendon; Civic Mrs.

R. B. Alvarez & Son f. :M. R. Holmes and Welfare Mr.

l l '-". : W G. Strlngfe'low/ Mrs. Dugger
\ --- served doughnuts with coffee at !
'h* meeting. ft

Transfer & Storage Co. t. I ,Il y, >h rit I I Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Randall! Jr t !

nd family of Jacksonville spent

AGENT FOR DELCHER BROS. I I Sunday .Kith Mr. and Mrs J. O
t __ Randall, !Sr.' \Mrs Maude Johnson.' V

Moving and Phone 9105 ;.;I: I ilao of Mr.of and Jacksonville Mrs. Randall, was the both guest Sa- 'ab r r Ra

'urdiy and Sunday and returned
i ( iragti, Ve Operate Local and Lon. Dis- to her home with Mr. and \Mrs.

, .;( tance. Also Hauling Anywhere In .1r Randall, Jr.

.. Starke City Limits. I Mr. and Mrs Leslie Bradley are s s i iR if in
f now at home to their friends In 6
SEE US FIRSTINTEGRITY heir apartment In the home of k Y
y Mrs. Bessie Sapp in Raiford.

______ -- Mr. and Mrs. J. 'V, WoodwarJ itf
: ''ere visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bard

7 nftle In Palatka Friday and Satur-

of conduct and dealing with btttet A HEALTHFUL BUY I jday.I Mr.. and Mrs. David Hamrtclc

, + thought fulness and economy in all out if Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs

I' serving-these mark the reputable T. A. Bouvier Saturday.Mr. satf
FOR YOUNG AND OLD and Mrs. M, E. Grtner had
quality of this well known firm.
is their guests last weekend Mr.

"'Id Mrs. Martin' Relnau and children
l'\fornlnl. noon and night serve GUSTAFSON'S of Palatka. I

fresh Invigorating milk. It helps!' chil- Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Shaw of LaCroaa -
dren grow stronger and keeps adults
healthier. and their
DEWITT C. JONES son, Pfc. Joe
Constant scientific care in dairy production Shaw U. S. Air Force
were din- I,
I STARKE PHONE T is one of the Important reasons for the consistent her guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. S.
'K 6
AMBULANCE SERVICE high quality of OUR milk. Serve it Crews Friday. En route home from

Funeral Director to your family, today and every day. :Gainesville:: Saturday Mrs. Crews u,
and Spencer Crews had dinner !
Our local funeral home enables ut to TELEPHONE GREEN COVE SPRINGS 2312 COLLECT with Mr. and Mrs. Shaw.

It'' I offer conveniences and tervice not FOR DELIVERY.GUSTAFSON'S Mrs. J. M. Bradley attended bE
otherwise available. New River Association at North
DAIRY Pleasant Grove Church Wednes-
of last
:iay week.
type e rvlo at the> lowest price anleotpt
w. furnish the hlfhesi
Mr. and Mn. Jimmie
ANY Ills Inauraacs pOUc7'.1A f ore*. Issued by ANT oompry. PHONE 2312 Starke spent the put weekend Bradleyof

: .. payment In part or !la fun on a funeraL Consultation Green Cove Springs. Florida with Mr. and Mrs.\ J. M. Bradley OTTll. UNOI. AUfNOLTT O. Tat COCA-COIA COMPANY If

t -.ns. M obUcttlon. SERVING STARKE DAILY When returning to their homeIn STARKE
ikp' i Ft. Lauderdale from points COCA.COLA DOTrLING'C01UP

in Tennessee and Kentucky Mr c was TN t-'lie


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e e at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett were visitors of Mra Marlon Jones. iv ('.R'l'IT roi'HT. BRIDPOHUO at Starke, Florida thla September of tne, State of Florida. Board of Public Initruotlon.- Dl.t'.' \
Information Given For Four 14) Jutitlcea of the Supreme "
I MT1. PLOHI1| IN III1- 13. 148.uFblCIAtu .tratlon.For '
Iger. Gnann in Jacksonville Saturday CtCMYriamuvl: < 8EAI-) A. J. Thomai, Court of the State of Flerida For Supervlnor!> ot Rel and I
and On Overseas I.*"hoff. Plaintiff vn, KaLovkoff. Aa Clerk of Bald. Court. .. Oroiipn 1-2-3-4 Justice of the Feeiue In
t ,
Mrs. Earle Van Sunday. Districts
en Alstlne of Defendant. Can* No. 877. By Haven Cronby. D. C. For One (I ) Railroad and Public for the followlnt Justice
Pearson Ga. is the guest this Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Christmas Mailing ORIIKH! OP PUBL.IOATLON. ... Zacn II. Doug-laB.' 505>50T Lynch L'tllltlen CommlBiiloner of.th. State via: No 1
: ; of Florida. Conetable and for the following
Hulldlnir. Jacknonvllle, Florida.Attya. For
of her Chastatn Mr. and Mrs.
week were .
M* mother-in-law Mrs. for Plf. 8-24 4t 111.15 For Hepreaentatlva. of the Second Juntlce DIMrlctavl : No.1.rn
Edith Van Alstlne.L. George Cottman of Ocala Mrs. The following information con -Rfk TLevkoff. w hone retld-nce mitiKddrn CnnvreBBlonal. District of the "State, T..Um""yVb.reot.. I have
IN TIIR CIHCIIT ('OIHIOK of Florida' In the Kiithty-Ftr Convreea hereunto ..et. my hand and affl e4
IN 14$ Main Hemp-
Denmark and Mrs. Lizzie : Street.
I. Atkinson of Savan- A. Wiggins and Bill Johnson Emily cerning Christmas mail for memo mead L. I., Nvw York! BH \I>K>HI. 4Ol\r: %', .KI.UIIII1. of the United States.. the Ur.at Heal of.the State of Florida
Wynn of Starke. Itll ,,N( KHY.BeBBl : For Two Circuit Judsea Group at TallahaBBee. the Capital
her mothe-, of Jacksonville visited here Sun ben of the Armed forces oversea You nr required to appoar on
of -
xisiting of the Ausu.t
Judicial Circuit day
Kbov. L.ve Markham an Admrx.to 1-2, Elarhth this the Thirty-first
of last week Mr. November 8. 1948. In Ihe
who has been day. They were accompanied home Wednesday I has been released by the local named t'ourt *n t' Hall and aunt. by Mrs. Ida Maxwell who and Mrs. J. L. Williams. Mrs. post office: plaintiff He..k* dlvnrvfi. NraUforitCounty al., DefendantB. <'aBe No S.HtllOIIUKK For One State Attorney EIChth R..A. ORA T,. '
uncle spent of of State.To
> Judicial Circuit of the State Secretary
j her Geraldine Williams Mrs. Tolricraph. "hall pntillnh this OK l t> .11..1.10'oO'I'.J *M> .
L Hall. last week here with Mr. and Mrs. Dorothy I Mall packages between Oct. Order In next four weekly. InmixWttneHH :\ "I'O APPnllTIIH Flor"la. Hon. A. O. Andreu. "'Hherlf Bradford -
,. W H W. H. Maxwell. Williams and little son, Jimmy ha ml nnd nff'rlnlweal NT"IM OK KI.WM1II. to: For state Senator for Fifteenth County, 9-3 It 10-21 It
IS and Nov. 15. my of
cf 8tate "
| T c C1"81"1"3t enjoyed an all day visit In Lawley lit !:Stark.. Florida thin Oitober. John II. OrlfflH and Ituth UrlfflBhit Senatorial. District
Mrt. R C. Gray of Deland who and wife, the realilence i>f eui h of Florida
Parcels for Korea I'M"OFPUIM I'iilt
guests Tues.of with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban Japan 6. whom In 41 lOaBt 72nd; : St., Heat- I For One Member of the House
dinne'' spoke at the Baptist services on should be / :* SKAI.> A J Thom of the Htate. of
Ir ceek, Dr. and and family, the Pacific Islands \n rierk of until Court.My \\aKMnKloii.. and Jamea L, of RepreBcntatlve* 80VHOWITPOPi
Sunday was a. guest in the home in view of '. OrlfflH and l.oln: OrlfflB; hla: wife, Florida
mailed before Nov. 1 Haven r<>"bv. U. ( ,
Mr. and Mrs. Kad Watterson Countv Judce
.\ nt >r Starke.'PTcniriemi of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home. T, Frank I.Hmlruin Slurke, Floihln the residence of each of whom Ii For ciaistpMO
R. O Simmons distances Involved. ... lt-t unkntn ami. all partleH having For' Sheriff. HU11.STRY
and were shopping Attyn. *< I'lf. IO41 Clerk of the Circuit Court.
of For
| Miss Madge Gay Jacksonville
title Interent
Hall or clulmlnK nnv ilKht or '
S. Size 70 Iba not to exceed of Tax...
J Mr. and Mrs. In Gainesville Saturday.L. : up to ; In any of. the following pro* For County ABBeaor IT/
was visiting M L .
\\\'eel< I R. Kaloh was transacting: 100 tachos ,in length and IN "IIU'lir ('UI RT. nil \ltFtHn. pertv: HW>4 of NW > of : ofhec i For Tax Collector. of
Wattoraon and '01 ""f'I.OIIIU'. I'll ('U"- 11 For Countv Superintendent
family 22
over the ( 14, Twp. H. U. I!. 1 Ill Hlu.lford -
.veekend. bUHlness In Jacksonville Saturday. width combined. C*I**"V'VIIY" County Flurldn. and that certain Public Instruction. .

Mrs. Ann R. Guy left Thursday I Container: Boxes of metal wood, I Frank* .Slmnmni"" Simmon". ,Plaintiff liefemliint.vn. Tiorln C..B" flenillbed:mortKUMre: real eBtate. eiu umUerlnar aiul retold Bald*>dIn I For County Three Survejror.For Members. Board l-T-5: ff/

of last week for an extended Red Cross Chapter !solid! fiberboard or strong double- No. 6M78. MINT. Hook Irt at .piinreH 1D.119tlof County CnminlHBlnnerH.Members of DletB.the. County
I OKD'KH ri'Htu"TTOM For Three
__ : OK ? ,
tied public recorilH' of naUl
visit. with Mr and Mrs. Wallace Needs Funds To faced corrugated (cardboard AND X liT II'.J TO APHK4II and the note Beinted bv nukl'nllnly.j I .
M. Joplin i'l Lake City with strong cord as tape loosens R TAT .1 OF1 KtUUUn" *. toDorlB ..- .."", In the Hum of $::100,00 datedJieo. .
l"-raiikl. Plmmon-i, 'hone re .
In rnontlil
20 11)14 pHvabla
KINDS Mr. and Mrs. Albert P. Stringer Finish Out Year when damp. Idenee In unknown: liiBlallmentB, i>f $2n.00 vai'b, hear.IIIMT ,

FteH AILY of High Springs were Sunday i Contents: As members of th!! You. nre r..ull..t i tn appear nbnvenamed on IntereBt at 0 percent tier' annum. ii I: I I'I' H
4H In .
Not ember 8. H payable to older of T. H. I Kee, andBlwned
guests of Mr. and Mrs Marvin The executive board of the armed forces are amply fed and I'otn" and raime. Herein. bv ('. II. Lumber! I'1' U'toi .

OYSTERS Williams.Mr. Bradford County Chapter American : clothed the public is urged not plaintiff nt-ekn. dlvnri-e. BradfordCounty .III.. Lambert:
& |l h IhlM!
urmll '
I? T..I"M'raph I/IIIIII milt. beenInHtltiited
I 'T4KM NOTICM that nan
SEASON' and Mrs. Wllbert Hall and Red Cross held its regular to Include such matter. Perishable Ord...r In next four weekly lmuMrt In the abo\e. Cnurt and

daughter of Tampa enjoyed visit meeting Thursday afternoon of i' matter not accepted Cigarettes \linen* my hwnil. and orfli-lal cmiae by fteHBle Lee :farkham. afAdmrx. I '
last week In the Chapter office. neal at t t rke. .Florida thin OctoberOFFIClAf. of KBtate. of T II Lee, dcceaBed -- I
Jertiarantee all ing lends here Saturday and and other tobacco products pro aa plaintiff .and nfralnHtyou
Sunday. The following treasurer's report hibited for transmission to APOs ( ""1.0\1.) "*. J. Th 'man and each of voti an clefenauntB.' : I I Itl'
|l jo be freshK1NOLIA was submitted* in France Austria. Tri \ Clerk [.f mild Court.Hv .' i the relief HotiKht In Biild. ault IB. toI l'l'III
Mrs. Grace Benton of Starke Germany Haven CroBbv, n ( I entabllBh plaintiff, 'H (''liitni IIB ab'aolute
sprnt Thursday and Friday of Finances on hand as of August este and Italy, and Navy 913 and I..hn > HenderMon, 1'1.I St. .\IIIt'MI.- owner of Biild mortKHKe and

I 31. 1918 $49841, for geneial 963 in Cermany.Florida's I"r. note, and to fnr..h.I BR Bali! niort-. i
last as the guest of Mr. and Navy r. ,, :. 1 0-8 H 10-29 i ftaire aB a flrnt' lien o\er the aboejdt'Hiilbed '

Mrs. Frank Williams. Mrs. Benton Chapter expenditures. Expenses I I lanilB, and >'iui iirul tach ,
a former resident visited per month: $1000 Salary per Ii (.IIMiri* I'''' ,,'r. I'1tF4tn' J)!, of you are herebv reiioired, to file' '
Population ''' '''' pcrnonallv or bvattorney.
"UI''I'Io't.4tIHUI I' ( '- your appearance to'
I MARKET I many of her other friends while month $10000 amount allocated ('.:"V In Bald [Couit' anil cniiBei with a
here for financial assistance in Home Shows Greatest ",," nil ward, flark. Plnlntlff. VB i Inn No\ember 1. 1941, and" thereafnrto !
Ownership I 11"'a rd (CMaik, 1'''f.'nt1l1 II I. Canei : file your written defiMifeM within
>ei St>rvice.0.00.: ) telephone telegraph "' .
I Mrs. M. C. Sweeney and daughters ; Increase In South i the time PCHBCI' Ibed l bv lnw'. other*
LCYSILCOX Norma Joan and Connie and mileage expense, $13 1 11 .: OKTT' '.'I"O'IJ __ wlMe the alli-KiltlotlH of the Itlll "rIl'nn1lII.llIt freshwardrobe ,
NtlTICK: TO ri'MIlSTATI3 I will be taken a" con* .
___ _-J general admlnlstititive expense million 4NH / '
There are nearly a mOn OK r1.0HIO.to- fexniiHl bv you, Hiadfin-il. CountvITeleKiaph I
., ----------'------! month. $1.50 used .. J .
Oe gasoline .
-- per in Dixie today than there "taiiile Vlrrt Clnrke' "'bc.n! reBll.nee I la the duly .lu..llf1.\\
i in Grev Lady transportation to people nn) itd.lieB"' Itut known InKonte newspaper In whkli thla Oi, .. ..... .
In And See Our Line of New were eight years ago. 2. Hox 152, KfflnKliain. Sdllth Nntlte Bhall be publlBhed la the
Lake City $3.00, Fund campaign Carolina\ : next tour't'.1 I'xponse pro-i'alert allowance of'approx. The U. S. Commerce Depart Ynu are rennl'eil' ti> appear on my band, imd official
office in Atlanta *. In the nhovenimcrl Htuike, 'l-tadfoiil County
ment's regional November 8, IIM aeal at -
$2000 total cost of
BICYCLESNow operating have Conit and enuxe. whereinnlnlntlff Florida thin :2sih day of Hepteiuber -
Chapter per month $217.50. I said six Southeastern States noeliB dlvoenn rind'ivlBounty A, I'. n4H. For that immaculate look of smartness -
; Increased their population by 884000 ,- TelerrHpH thntl piiMlnh thl. (OFFICIAL. MSA" !,) A. .1.I TIlolllllB. ,
There Is no available source of since 1940. Oid-i' In next four. weekly IMBIIHltneMM Cleik of Circuit Court of MuidfurdCounty ., always have your Rarments dry 1ft
on display at our store Income until the next fund campaign persons \\' mv biiprf nnd nfflolnl Florida.HnlllM I developed r..
cleaned here. Our specially .
-J\ERIVIS TO SUIT in March so it Is hoped that The states are Hated as Ala neat II' Stnrke, .'IOI'hhl. thla OrtoberR \ V. 1 Knl"ht, Starke, riorldn.102JI safe for
,qU. Atty. for I'lf 10.41 are more than
the business firms in Bradford bama, Florida Georgia Tennessee I fOKKIC'. 1"1" ,' I',) A. J. Thi>"niHB. processes be r

ALSO USED BICYCLES AND County that did not contribute and the Carolines. Florida had \.. Cleik, 1 of BHl'l.' Court I I NOTK-H OK Kl F.CTIOV' .., jour precious wearables. You'll )
llv lla\en *ro..liv, P. C.fohn I To the Sheriff of IVadfoid County odor-free wrinkle-
BICYCLE REPAIRS to the last campaign fund in the biggest Increase In population T n-n'leiMon" UHII... St.IIITII*- of the !State of Florida: delighted with our I I
I:;'. close He It n that' I. It. A CinAY.Secretary rejuvenation of your 4 r
-- March will send In their contributions 429,000 Tennessee was a tlne, I'hrhln. n.h ; free, crime-free I
IO-2-i of th.) State of
for I'lf. 10H r
I so 'that then will be no second with 221.000. \ttVB Florida do hereby give notice that best dresses. To keep your clothes i '

JlallllL< K interruption in the services. North Carolina increased 109000 ,- \oTM">,j IH.* .nr(.I't, '.'.1.,1\\1.. QENEnAt KLnPTIONVIII I trim and lovely )looking, phone us. I IROIIT.
: In addition to the financial South Carolina 02,000 Ala- r. T ""V.* Cn')\'R .\r*in..: Mn nrrf be held. In Hiailfuid. Countv.Slate .
.UT-.OARD MOTOHI .'..rt'... F.oiMn.. liv vlet, <..i if Iiifh *"- .
needs thrie the .. of Florida' on ueednv next
are following
bama 15,000 and Georgia "ilt MMfpil In nin bu Inw, dn In
Biicceedlnir the first Monday
[ volunteer needs: Home Service hereby inll n fip"c.' ''Irtl elirH.n ti" bh November, A. D 194H the ttaldIlieBdnv
Some 63,000 people however ..M til' 'h> '"iv 11 ill. 'In 'h. "' "'"''01''' : PHONE! 135 I
belllK I the
: Chairman, Volunteer and Typist Advisory one Committee afternoon I left Mississippi to live elsi-where. Tn'nw"...rll\. In.' v the.VIM,,0"i'. ''"v 1I'lnrl 0 '0'>"ot'"iN>. ih"rmrnnw on I I' HRCONI> DXY IIF: MIVimni-.lt I ''I
PieiildeiUlal 315
& All figures exclude the South'a ,. of. rlettinMT the folluwlntrnfflcei For Kl ht ( ) O11" Ir..A
a week ami a Junior Red ,. i tniB' |I I
temporary military population : I For, Qovernor of Inn Mute. of GREEN n !

", Call t. Starke, Fla. I Crosi Chaiiuiun. during the war. n.... 01""" ,..............1 ,....... o' Florida For 1 Secretary. of !Slnta' of the J 711 !4ftTemple

-_._----,---'----'--'-,_.> Mnvor: Iliirolil \\nlMlleHlHiieill Slate of Florida Owner .;:". .

Scoggins In London 0'... .."......." .., .t_..........,..... ..........i For Attoiney Cleneial of the State .
..,,,.,, CommissionersGet of Florida.
ee or >. >. fh.. ..fil..1. For Comptroller of the
William B Scoggins chief quartermaster Data < litht IMmitnlll' lie e.nl I IniiedIIIBpei Florida.
A From where I sit..JyJoe Marsh USN son of Mrs. Mary I .tor. of ....1.1 e'rtrtlnn: It. F. I For .TieitBiirer'' uf the State: of I STARKE. FLAw :
,, Florida.For t
O..t. T S wmiama imd II. II
of 1 Public InBtimtlon
L Scoggins Route Starke The Hoard of County Commlisioners Hnwlnn.1In Superintendent of I
., of the Htate I of Florida. .
recently reported to London, Eng- in sewlon here leMlmnnv hereof. I hereiinioBeat
;. .. regu'ar .. ...........,.... mu ........_ ......., ........ .... For CommlMHloner of Aarrlcullute I
r VHow lana ror auiy wan me i-ieaa- :Monday received a request from i ; ;:;- r
of the Bald town to lie "' !
. to Celebrate Your quarters Command of Admiral Dr. Herman Gunter State Geologist iinto nffl
Richard Conolly. Commander-ln- for Information concerning October. .\. H. 1H48I.evv j
A Cn Act Inn
Chief of the United States Naval the low and the mean water (OKFKMAI: KRAI.nova.) I"YOI'I : I

. Wedding Anniversary Forces Eastern Atlantic and levels in Sampson i.ake and In ATTF" > T farl John.., C'lty ( ,
10-8 Bt 115IN
Mediterranean. Crystal Lake. The Board authorized :

lltV Millers celebrated missus have the employment of surveyor cuitirr "OI'UT. '"InFOIlO I
got along together inlN'ITl.' Kl.Oil I 111 I IN IH.':>-
Wedding Anniversary in their policy of live-and-let-live, M. G McMillan\ to secure the Information CKHY. ; ,
I am no longer connected with desired. Joe J. JohnBon, IMalntlft, vn. CleorKla jl jlI .
Everything had to be tin. with never a criticism of each ,
the operation of the former J.P. MAe JohiiMon 1.>..f. ", I'll'' t. CUHNo .. I II
| lit off tin platen and other! differences in taste. This request was made In connection '8 fi8.OllltKK. : !
Grill and VvilT 'not be .
Roberts with to solve : OK Fl III.KVI ION AMINO : ,
of attempts
out tin
t cups. From where I sit, it's due to two responsible for any obligations 'IKK TO AI>I'KIIHTATK I Ii IiI
drainnge problems in the areas : OF FI.OHIDX to: ,
I was time to drink a things: Temperance that mod contracted by the present man in which those lakes are located lleorffla.. Mae JohnMon, \vhuHe reuldeni I I

,.i "bride and groom" erate preference for beer suggests agement. IN unknown:
A letter from Moore of You are itfiulied. to on
he final touch; ice cold and Tolerance-for their -J. P. Roberts '
own November I I. I 11141 In the above named
Is.And come the Millers' differences' of opinion-and for the 10-8 4t\ 10-29 F.ast Starke was read to the Court and CHUMP, .wherein. I plaintiff BALLARDS FLOUR 5 39c : i
Board by Mrs. Moore outlining- HeekH divorce HrailfordCounty
tr-ary (Glass) I expect tastes of others, whether applied Teli-Kiaph. xliaU pnbllnh. IhlMOrder ,
in favor
lasting them with spar- to beer to politics or how to celebrate arguments the Alligator; Creek drainage continuing pro \.\ In' next mv' hnnfl four,irnd weeklv official iNHtieHltncHH Heal' '

Itobotllciltouldn't an anniversary.1948,1'mttd Arthritis Pain ject. Mrs Moore waa assuied that at Hturke. Florida, thin September, 1 lb.
25, 1948 I
help thinking For quick* delightfully comforting help for tho Board was in sympathy with (OFFICIAT.. Si\I) A. .I. ThomilMAM JUNGLE QUEEN COFFEE Bag 39cCUDAHY'S !

-.,a le son for married 1/ Mheft ftnd paln of Rheum m, Arthrltt. the project and was told that Clei: 'k of HHld Ci>iut: .' :
c90e Neuritis Lumbago. Sciatica, or Neuralgia trymind. Mv Haven CrnNby, I>. C.
r,e way Dutch and hisCopyright .. Works through the blood Flr t dOM efforts are now being made to X.ui'h M "loiiKlax. Srt5-KO7/ T.vmhHulldlnir.
tuually starts alleviating pain so you can arrive at and safe .J'k".nvlIl., *, "Florlila i
work. enjoy life and sleep more comfortably. a practical Ally.*, for Pit 10-1 4t 10-23 H
Get Itomind at. druggist today Quick, com solution to the problem. AS: i
LARD 99c
Slatet Brewers Foundation plete satisfaction or money back guaranteed PURE
Clerks'" nnck inspectors wrrp np- iv < mri.il < ninr. 11I"n.'UIlU"OI''I'V. ,
n.oniitti IN ( iit\'
for the General Klection
pointed i'KHV.Hohert: .
to be held Tuesday Nov. 2. .... HliliankB, 1-lalntlff'' va.
Virginia II\ KulmnkH. Defendant.Cane .
The Board adjourned to meet No. 68 IB. Large ; ;

again on Wednesday Oct. 6, to OHO:.\. OK" IM III.If. t'I'ION .,'" ItOO'I'U'I DUZ Powder Box Z9c !
: : -10 tITHtllSTATK
revise the registration books for flK "'I.IIIUU.1"2 ,

the General election. Vlrirlnla It HulmnkB, whone rtnldeiue .1I. -
IB US" "'"II f.n !Stieet. Med

m JCl l9y all cotnfzafudona p/iove Hints To Housewives ford.You MaHBachtlHettBi are ;reiiulied:: =to ippear. .. on'. ;

November I, IIIH.. In Iho nliove. nanied WOODBURY SOAP B 29c !
C'ourt and caiiNe, wherein" plnlnHff I
AUTU\IS; SI'ECI.\I. .MeekH ilivoriH Hru C'o"nly."lplfrllph nluiII ptiMlxh thlMJ
t>ider In next four weeklv iBHiieB. I IWltneBW
One fall vegetable; offering high mv hiind nnd, official Seal. I Iat

HEVROLET GIVES nutritive value for its cost ii the 21. Stiirke 1M48OFFICIAL! Florldit' thlH "' CARNATION MILK 3C ZS 39c :Hj

sweet potato. At this time of year ( SHAL; > A, .I. .lJt..III..1 H
sweet potatoes deserve a proml AB tlerk nf Bald. CntlrtMv 1
Haven CroBby 1 II. c I
nent place in budget meals, marketing :/.1I'h M. I IxiiiKlav. !ROD-ROT ,'hlinlldinK1

!specialists! of the U.S. Department kMilivllln. ., Klorlrlii.Attys .
of because for fir 10-1 4t 10-23 8ALLARDS Scratch Feed 1.19 ;

MORE VALUE at this Agriculture season they say usually iniKiir toiiir. mi ..iiimiiioi 25 lb. !

come from the harvest fields faster < ""I'Y. KI.OIIIII\I i> t n\-,

thnn they can be sold fieah or Kill.LexBle: '. JihnBim, KlIlB, I'lalntlff v... I ri

cured Freshly and stored harvested for winter.sweet potatoes I 'ov 8H6'1. K. Kills;OF, .Jiefend.tiu.IIII.\i Cu a.\NII No.OHIIKIt ; No. 1 IRISH POTATOES *. 17cHAVE j .

are fine in flavor and high in i N 0'1'1("i-: 'I'U ," rri-: iiSTATK I $'
; HII.OKIliA I to: ", I
food value.
The time for thrifty '
I I Cov H BlllB, whfiMM leHidenin IttBt. : ::1 s;
homemakers to make the most of known Havannuh. ileorirlai, :hiJB

them is In the next few weeks You aie lequlreil to appear onNovember YOU I .I.II
It's first in all these basic I I. 1948 In the above named IF NOT
when they are at the peak of sup I I Court and ..1111..... wherein' plaintiff I (

Met ValmotorIng ply.- Later they will be less plentiful Meek* divorce Eiradford
', County Teleirraph "hull publlBh Ihlxfe PAID OURMARKET IT WILL 'j
advantages in Performance I and probably higher In prl<'e. rder In next four weekly iHHiieH.WltneH .

no. Comfort with EconomyThrre'i I For storing sweet potatoes must my hand and official.. Heal
at Htarke, Florida, thin September Gat
th t Chevrolet givei nothing like Chevrolet'* be "cured"that l is, held at the 211.1948.
right temperature and humidity (OFFICIAL foI :AI.) A. J. ThornaAa .

wwotnnMi.- n llltmdiofro morerid-d FIRST IN engine.wo.ld'...champion.with! !it*record Valve-m-Hesd of hnvinf, to bring out their starch help heal Haven Clerk of Cro.Mnld.uy, I Court.Hy >. <\ A VISIT? TO DO SO !

JjeonginalUnitued delivered man mila of utufmetion cuts and bruises and make the lohn J. Hendernon. IJw|., Ht. AutriiBtlne ALTON DORKS MARKET MANAGER

Nde. proved and"trurioeipcrnnM to mart tana, over /onfer skin firm. Florida. ,
for Plf. 10-1 4t 10-22

BIG CAR QUALITY built period today than..any and Valvc-in-l other engine lead Sweet potatoes small to medium AttyB. Yellow Roe
Aetlon.unitl Large MuDetJb 19c
"I Chevrolet and- demgn i it eiclusive to Chevrolet In size and even In shape are (IN' 'CllltLII NTY, KI.OHIIIll f'OI'n'". IIHAItFOHIlI IN IIIAN- -
preferred. types generally
and card
higher-priced I I f KRY.Ueorw. ,
are on markets the moist or J. ROB*!. 1>Plaintiff. va.France
LOWEST PRICES I KoBal Defendant. Cane N'o. ((1H")<>.
at juicy type semi-moist and the

.a fitvro Th<. mntqt reddli1 on.... I OltI>Klt NOTICR OK PI.IJL..nO'llIU TO Afff.nSTA1H : T-Bone Sirloin Round Steak lb 65cSwift's

often called yams are popular In H..I.OK| whoB VI.*U reBldenc"lOA totFranien Ii:, or -

i both North and South. Dry types 642 North 5th Htre.t Newark. NewJeney ,

it's first in "'""' 1 of paler color are popular only in ;
just as _. You are hereby required to appear I
I the North. I on October 25, 194" In the ubovenamed Select Leg Lamb lb 69c! '
Sweet potatoes nhou'd b.. uteri Court and cuuiie, wherein -
0 ck. nationwide registrations Mo-w Val- plaintiff ...ek. divorce. Bradford ,
within a week or so after purchase County Telegraph Bhnll puhllah thll I m f
ound Safat, In B.ou.

,:1' you llle Iou,. You know that there's only o/M they should never be put In the at Hinrke,my Florida hand and thin official Ucutember! neat 1 Lean Smoked Bacon lb 39c: III

y.itlOn of Fiehe, leader in fine coachcraft_Body by regrlgerator. They are so sensitive 18, 1948 -
Puherl It'* world-famoua for (OFFICIAL BEAT) A. J. Thoman, .
II io .jjltu.ctlO..f.ty to cold that they may turn dark A. Clerk of (M.ld Court.H .
.. jitaKt*. '-iity tind """"y. mt I
smd become lean If O Brown, filar fee. Florida.
IttlOn'H Ride.nd .. '..... only n emtnior oMcn. but "fainterior appetizing they R. H.. OW"...... Jackvonvllfe, n.. ,
y d r 1C Bral.u: appointment ti&e larjuatt are'kept at a temperature .* low Atty for Plf. 9-24 4t 141.15 Center Cut Pork Chops lb 5cJITNEYJUNGLE .
...tb :
fi co ination 01 and uoAoiry.. aa well. And aa 40 degrees; Fahrenheit. Sweet .
Iao.nd IN < !'U'l'T ( 4>IIIT.OI'NrY. "R 'nl"onll

vauuvp .I... and higher-priced cartl next can be kept In the kitchen at fKHY.Ham .
".1. Rrlnkley plaintiff va. No.m. .-
ordinary room temperature. H Urlnkley, Defendant. Ca.eNo

Americans generally do not realize II49.ORUKIt I
what a nutritional prize NO-riCK TO APPKtHSTATK
CHEVROLET package the sweet potato Is. The OK II'LOH''A t.11
Norma H Brlnkley whoie ..... .. *
yellow color Is a sign of richness la: clo American whole..Hler..,

In carotene which the body converts and W. Utreeti. NE ... i

> Into vitamin A. In addition. I. D.You C.t are hereby. required. to .Flflh\\

RODE CHEVROLET CO. these potatoes offer vitamins Band en October 25. 1948 In the .
named Court and cauet, .. !
some mineral high plaintiff eeekt. ) dlvo..... Bradford STRAKE, FLA.
energy or fuel value because of County Telettraph ahall pal>II."

STARKE, FLA. their starch and .u ar. Order In* next my, hand four and weekly official. l...thl.1 I IWltnei



t, '

1. rOf'S"",, TF' FOR w'. vr" ,eMR. P7PIf" FRID\. OCTOBf.1t

," PA O6" FOPR.

Planning Celebrates First Birthday MYF' Attend Weiner Roast District WSCS
" : and CLUBS Topic At Woman's Palatka MeetingA I For Young Folks The Gainesville
:1 Dlstl'lct
; At Slade Home will hold \
2CIET1' J Club Meeting representative group of the vllle a meeting III C
Residence at
Mooty Methodist Youth Fellowship ot Mr and Mrs. Tom Slade entertained the First
? rhoDe 29 Editor rhODe U "Program Planning" was th.- Starke attended the organizational at a welner roast last Fri. Church Thursday Cct Mlet:
topic of discussion when Mrs. Rae L evening for their son, Tom, nlng' at 10.30 21
.. subdistrictat day a ,
1':1ConferencE :
.. meeting of the new
burn C. Home of Madison, first from
r --- Jr., and his house guests
vice president of the Florida Fed- Palatka on Monday night ofticera
Bones Military Academy, Jack an4' '
McGauley will l be <
Junior Club Miss eration of Woman's Clubs addressed There were 83 young people present sonville, Buddy Reeves and Joe speaker!

S.. Will Aid Fund Weds Dr. FurnasFriends the Starke Club at Its regular from Palatka, Crescent City Board. A Covered dish unths
meeting here Wednesday afternoon be
Oleta Green served
Starke and Melrose
Weiners and refreshments were
HomeThe be Interested to .
For Scout will chairmanand
was elected temporary served on the lawn of the Blade's
learn of the marriage In Palatkaon The speaker urged that programs committee was appointed to
Junior woman's Club met Sept 26 of Miss Mary Eliza I be based on fellowship, nominate a a complete slate of of Kingsley Lake home, followed by WSCS To MeetThe

last Thursday evening, with Miss beth McCauley daughter of Rev. service and study, and that efforts ficers. The sub-district was invited games and square dancing Inthe
I Lillian Stump presiding Mrs. Guy and Mrs 0. E. McGauley of Pa be made to translate pro- rJ to meet with the Crescent house. WSCS ')f the

+ Sale, Treasurer, and Mrs. Jim latka and formerly of Brooker grams into definite action. Amongthe City Church on Nov. 15 At this Enjoying the party with Tom Church :will\ hay, lu Mel"t
Ritch Secretary. to Dr. A. R. Fumes Jr. of Jacksonville types of programs discussed the Lawtey and Waldo monthly
tl meeting and his guests were Connie and business '
) A dance was planned for Thursday son of 'Mr. and Mrs. A 1 were panel discussions, art exhibits this section will be and ,,
MYI>"a from
I Oct. 21, at the Woman'j Ohio J Bryant Carroll, Jr. of Jacksonville meeting next Monday
night.; R. Furnas of Greennburg music, forums, and plays. expected to attend. Oct.
I with music furnished Flora and Susan Slade, 3 o'clock at the
Club building The marriage was performedin Mrs. Horne was introduced by Starke Church 1
t by A W. Anderson. Jr. The the Lemon Heights Baptist Mrs. H C. Bitch, program chairman Those attending from and Harry Ann Johns, Linda Johns,, Nancy
i committee In charge L la Mrs Robert Church and the Rev. Mr. Mc for the month. a were: Oleta, Ruby -
t Don Hardenbrook, Hazel DuPre Mary Sue Epperson, Mar-
Green Cut
Green Chairman, Mrs. the bride's father and your
Gauley, The business session preceding r cost of
Miss and Betty Bryant, Irene Harris, garet Rose Duncan. Lucille Mc- u'j
t Page, Mrs.Vlllard pastor of the church performedthe Mrs Home's address was presided buy Star Brand
Newcomb Shoe
' Elma Lee Hickey and Mrs. Art double ring ceremony.The over by the club president' Jlmmla Green, Bert Rae, Tom McClane, Tom'and Dave. men. women and
Carol White, Mr. A. D. Mar- eMlALVAREZ'
, Miss
t\\ Manassa. Proceeds of the dance bride, who was given In Mrs. Junlua M Smith, and it was / J. R. Hill. Long and Joan Smith. ,STUMP'S.:
tin, and Rev.
will go to the Boy Scout Building marriage by her uncle,. 'I. C. Mo. decided that the club would sponsor ., .. .
(t. --- --
t t. Fund, which la being sponsored Gauley of Jacksonville, was lovely' a tooth at the PTA Hallo t v of cut :
r assortment
, by the Rotary Club. The public In her wedding of Ivory e'en Carnival. A committee Will Complete)
gown g flower", Funeral Designs. Conngen. *- 1INI Oot
Is invited to attend. II I STORE
Duchess satin, fae with fit be appointed later to direct this occasions.
, It was decided fo give S1:* toward slightly Flower for EPtabli
and flaring activity.Mrs.
ted bodice
COLONIAL FLORIST phone 218. ..
for local -
helping buy lunches skirt which extended Into a court R. A, Green was Introduced -
school children and sond $::5 toChildren's train. Her fingertip veil of Illusion as the new District Director !pI
1 Home Society in Jack- fell from a coronet of lace of District ". I

tonville. which was ornamented with the The following report of activities -
1' After the business meeting, an same pearl trim as the dress.: was received from the Junior DAY IN
f interesting talk on "AmericanCitizenship" Mrs She carried a small white Bible Woman's Club for the' month of SAVE EVERY EVERY \WAY

was given by topped with an orchid and shC)"'- October: I
L F Smith Jr ,ered with tuberoses and white $60 was raised by the Junior
A social hour was enjoyed and satin strcamera. Club at a dance for the Athletic I' FRIENDLY
served AT YOUR ) A&P
delicious refreshments were Mrs. Fumes attended junior Field Lighting Fund. STORE
by the hoHtcaaes, Mr*'. Guy Sale, .
high school at Bronker and later "Mrs. J R. Wainwright bas
l' Mra W. C. Powell and Miss DellaRosenberg graduated from Putnam High I ordered the necessary material ; "

School In Palatka. She received for the.T,B ?fjnas Seal campaign ; --';'
her nurse's training In the : This'wilt be brepated'foti' mailing N "RMRK

l' Luncheon Honors side School of Nursing, at.the"next Junior,/Club .meeting i IT
, 1i Pictured above, two teeth and blrthJay
sonvllle, where she Rive'j; r .;"A dan v {ojr"nia b n eOt of tha, \ proudly displaying one NUTLEY _
f.Mrs.. R. C. Horne '" c'n kdle, It Richard Alvarez Wainwright one old son of Mr. and
September 17. 'qpt :,I" Boy tSdout, ,'bll d1n'f' :ItIU'd: wjtb year I
'sit, Members of the Execytive, Dr. Furnas received hfa degree Mrs, Hob! riL/, <3r If' chairman. : ;. i I II'/.J.: R. Wainwright of St rke, .who celebrated his first milestone 'OLEOMARGARINE Ib 28 Smoked Skinned Hams
Board of the Stark Woman's. I from the Indiana University.; .will be., held Octi2ln.: : '.* :" w\.t1"\ !i a party at the home ;of hip parents on October: 8.
;' Club were hostesses at "a lovely School of"Medicine andrft! la:j,now5' .-"Opr'* treasurer! baa been ord"1'ed.tc ) )\v (Photo: Hollywood Camera & Gift Shop)
1 luncheon Wednesday at' the Colonial interning at St. Vincent's Hds- pay: $60 to the Library Fund 18 to 20 Ib. ave.-whole.Half
1 Inn restaurant honoring Mrs pltal In Jacksonville. of the Senior Club; $23: to build IONA PLAIN or SELF RISING
Raeburn C. Horne ing maintenance; $5 to Children's
t I:.' Centering the luncheon table Miss Evelyn Stump and Mrs. Home Society} $5 to School Lunch FLOUR Ib.1.39
; was an artistic arrangement of I E. L. Matthews attended theFounder' Program. fr&4fkAhLtLfrNe
white gladioli and yellow pom Day and Pledge Banquet "The Junior Club will sponsora
f. poms. I of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority Country Store at the PTA Car Shankless, Picnic-
Following the luncheon the at the Hotel Thomas In Gainesville nival. DIXIE LILY LONG GRAIN PATNA
't, group went to the club house I Wednesday night. Also attending At the close of the social period i" HAMS LB. 53c
r. where Mrs. Home, First Vice- the banquet was Miss Ona Dem- refreshments were served by the I home game again tonight! lenHres f end Is designed to afford -
President of the Florida orest of Starke, a pledge of ZTA'( hostesses: Mrs. F. F Stump, Mrs. Looks like the 1918 season U the private plane owner the same RICE 44 oz. - 53c
t tion of Woman's clubs, Federa-I and a student at the Universityof Roy Ward, Mrs. Foster Shi Smith, gonna be almost over before CallJ I degree ofety aa the larger mul- ,
speaker at the afternoon Florida. | anu Mrs. W. E. Middleton. streeters get to we a tilt at Bradford tl-enizrlnecl:! planes have Surely Sliced, Rindless, Breakfast
h .1 Park- or should I call it mlA ..II1't'ln'f.rj'l'"y! Colley at the
... scoco
; ,---------- -- ----- --- u H' ---- Bradford Lake This week's general delivery window in the -
r I I game hud to bp player \I'"> Ga'"ell-. post office Hear she's nur tl\' ,
I ''. Shortening 4 lb. 1.15
:. vllle because our so-called athletic a cold. -
field would be fine for water Florida Dressed & Drawn

1: polo but not for football \11!l "hnclo'nnnVlIli.! .. the
1 P1. Heard a rumor yesterday that Whistle's In Yes
i'F' t !I politics now CAMPBELL'S: FRYERS LB. 65c
# ---
roach Jimmy Hobbs Is trying to sir, his hit was thrown into the ,
1I' trade In the squad's uniforms emI ring when the new Council de-
I'1yt':' i i' / set of diving suits, but haven' clled to put him on the ballot in Tomato Soup 3 f for 29c

.. had time to check it yet .' 1 l, the special city election, Nov. 9 BABY BEEF F
. !': wouldn't be surprised, however, o."J y, Understand' Willie's friends.
; ,ter watching the lads rmerge;. as well IUJ enemies, are already BALLARD'S PLAIN or SELF RISING
(It yt w ,from a practice .session Monday_ out politick fer and agrln ROUND STEAK. Ib. 69c
ItI. I I afternoon Each player's fare One of the stories being circulated
I. FLOUR 10 Ib. 87c SERLOIN::STEAK Ife. 69c
tt 4['sported a. mud 'pack that wouUf bv Willie' detractors' !la that he -: ,
have host $10 in any beauty shop, /[blew so loud ore day he catis-d T-BONE STEAK ft. 69c
: I and I shurliVr to think what ail |Ia
Awl rertcln<< housewife In the neighborhood RUMP
v thi flush! and slosh Is costing the to fall over In the bath Hershey ROAST, Ib. 59c

/ j I $ ,,. ,crr I BUS athletic department in mine 1 1I tub :lIhC' was srmbhin' out! .
n I I equipment" Looks all If Stnrlc ((The lady In rmeitlon\ of'n"s' fin, SUGAR 5 lb. 34c
" I'I'j I'I' ,' ) : ,I will have to GKT ON the ball and she doesn't mind being Jolted out Red Perch Filets lb. 31t
1 : ra, I do HomC'thlnjiabout\; our field ot i lof bed but she does oblect torelng ,
I GIVE UP the ball Jat least foot- pushed' In the bath tub .
I ball Oh well never n hull rvome1' ANY BRAND STRAINED

j I .s. H I I,1,1 new' fire-i' ;: : on Call Street' : around. Even Call cur Street fltrrml,, whistles I Blwnvs can't sa" Baby Food 3 for 25c l J MULLET, Ib -L" -Z 20c C

I Hognn, former ..Taxon keep out of politics .. --___,____ ____.
I. I new market man<*-er nt A & P

I' I I. See' Dot Fnnerson: In spcrrjtarylng Bet Hope (lli\n...t) ItolMn-' ANN'PAGE OCTAGON SOAP

'! I I I Carlisle. for have\, M Hoi answered Gaines Knight and the Audrey mornings rail- with feels her lonely fond all mnmn of a su Mrs'Wen O what L. Salad Dressing, pt. 31c Lg. .Bars, 3 fcr 24c

"' from Red Groin office for volunteer moving over to Madison to keep
t ? Al Adtertiseti in La Jits' typists a
I FlonreJoarxalandC.olGsr'i .; ?f ,,.r, ,:r a week Onle Mae SwindellIs I Georgia (Scanlan) and d.iughterx Dreft & Vel

O .I... (Pat I.oyree) Patten's Hartmann's new secretary buck- also departing last week for R-I-C-E, 5 Ib. 49c

i. MATTRESS 49.50 I at the IRdy Fair Glad to foreign parts Seems that Joe Soap Powder
know that the lovely' mid-.\vpelc: (Cant .T. A. Scsnlan) recentlv 'Daily' REGULAR or FISH FLAVORS
. [sunshine made Sheriff Oscar An- went buck into the service an.1
. I dreu feel much better thank you I "ill be stationed Pt Camn Kilmer'N Food 3 for -25c 29c
'I. Charlie Oakes !and family J. Georgia and children Dog -
' 1 ioxSPRING 49 50
moved Monday, Into an apartment will stay n .,,'1011,.. with his peopleIn .. aa is asiHaa Ba Ba MiiB Ba Ba Ba Ba BiiiHHitaRaaa i B B Hia ac BM
1.. .. -: ----- ------------'
.1t'\" ,..... |tat Marvin Roster's Jill iq' still New York while awaiting lIv- : r Durkee's & Keako
< 04: In hut Is log quarters In New Brunswick!

I, --7 \1, .'dJ.:.... ., .JI+,o .v..'ti .. ......-,:o{": some Improvement hospital |I.Conner. Spotted' making an'the Jotted rounds: Liirln-i o" hf I Fruits Vegetables Colored OLEO.lb.-4 4 49!

/Ae Sf&& & & 'I :Mr. Laura (SU) Tn. hAS been. ''new job BS Insurance salesman!
getting' som very Interesting letters 1 I. Pauline Orlffls (Mrs E I. RED \ORKING: ro
from her daughter l :: lul'a' (Yokohnmn dispensing soft drinks In the :Milky APPLES 3 tb. 25c ALL FLAVORS 3
tipai: I tnllln' of the Way 10
TUFTLESSi enrthnitnkeM: typhoons, etc. thev .i SNOIIALL: I Chung
are having In that part of the Fh.shei. from the rolli-gp front
world Jnlln'i hii"*nncl. St.J ; Ona Demurest tV of F) has tui CAULIFLOWER hd. 19c
i& ZMetpfi D.. Smith l I. stationed l In Yoko. pledged ZTA, much to the satls- lona PEACHES
hems and a little bird told me fAction of Call Street Zetas TOI\A Y. REDGRAPES.
1cuiE29e '
p that Mrs. Tyson Is thinking erInuslv Spike Vance, former BHS cage! 2 Ib. 25c46's SLICED NO. 2'/i' CAN '
I of visiting them In the near wizard has enrolled at C'emson' .
I future (Bet she nulls until R. J. Turner, Jr who recently
i ,those earthquakes cease Among I II 'I/graduated from the Columbia -

[ COMFORT those attending the Fin I I School of Forestry Is now attending GRAPEFRUIT, 4 te, 19c Ann PajreLEMON SPARKIEPUIDlVCn
Auburn game In Tampa SaturdAY Massey Buslneas College; In ,
I ,''nlpht'/ : Ross and Elsie Pass Melb I Il 'IJaxvllle, Come on, gall ICEBERG 60's ALL FJ.ORLETTUCE
x,, I : [Stringfellow, Inman Green, :Marty Let'a all go to the Junior Worn-' FILLING5c
Young, Edwin: Green Hugh; In- an's Club dance next Thursday 2 for 19c Pkg.
" \ 1. Tuftlcss : 'gram. Bobby Ulggs and the T..I I!I night and help out the Boy Scout Pkg. 5c

c SOFT: Smooth cushioning to I McClanea benefit for their building fund Bartlett PEARS, 2 ,tb. 29c

!!h. relax !lt Hear the Juniors are even FEEDS
I \1 you I Hear they had a litterbin I' lit the An1erlt'An'>f tlon dance blanket! to help along the cause i.'q,(.
t s 2. FIRM: "Live" Ribbon Steel Inncrsprings i jI iI (Saturday night and the four participating .So long See you there 5 Ib. 29c SCRATCH FEED, 100 1 Th.LAYING' -
.1' couples were finally I I I I Carolyn 4*g9
I support you! I seeded down to Sharon Hall an' CALIFORNIA: MASH 100 lb.

" Dub Rhoden, Dorothy Patel an'J Miss Yarbroucrh TOMATOES 2 Ib. 25c GROWING MASH 100 Ib. 4.<"l
T. Pollard Seems' they had ,
: Call write and will deliver the same dal.1' 3.9
or us ice
.1' I.i I. to Jit thru three dances before Enc arved To Weft ----------.:. 20#; DAIRY FEED 100 lb.

i":;jj! 01' FREE DELIVERY I the and declared judges!; threw It a draw In the. .sponge Plans Mr. Schoenamann Waldorf ToiletTISSUE 90% HORSE FEED 100 tb. ::

for the Hallowe'en Ccrnival I 19
are X
) DEALER i i
: I FRANCHISE; shaping ur well with all the civic l Mrs Rlcharrl S. Fernandez announces SCRATCH FEED 25 lb. '

; S ALSO brgsniretlona pit tUClra trnR In the engagement and an- IOJ
proncrtng marriage of her GROWING MASH, 25 Ib. -
; making It the biggest and tHttent grand- ;
dati'hter, Frv Ixtulse' I
ever staged! l here to bea Yartrougfc, '
: FAMOUS MATTRESSES 29.50 : big parade an' everything Going of Madison, WIs.! to John LAYING MASH. 25 lb. 13&
; up mann. Jr. son of :Mr. Rt'hoena-I .
tf Plans are In the capable hands! of John Schoenamann 3 FOR 22c STARTING MASH, 25 16.
of ,
Ruth Morse I lad
:,' 1 i Small Down Payments and EASY TERMS! i I,\Vt.. BROILER MASH, 25 lb. '
.' i I Ilatr jut reed a big story In I i Miss Yarbrouuh Is a graduateof tt 1.36 6
I the New Orleans Item about the the University Wisconsin. FINE CHICKEN FEED, 25 -

( i TRADE YOUR OLD MATTRESS IN! I successful launching of a revolutionary -'I class of N8. At present! she U >-- .. ... ------
new! plane which has employed as church office secretary -
1 been developed under wraps there at the Presbyterian Student 1 Sweet IONAPEAS

Denmark Furniture Co. during the past three years Center in MadLscn Mr. Schoena.
: .i One of those helping with it waa mann is a student In the College 'I No. 2 CANS
John Jenks, husband of ex-Call- of Agriculture of the Univeraitv

,i Phone 159 Starke, Florida Box stretter Bea Mosely The new of Wisconsin, specializing In soil 300-302 E. CALL ST. 2 for 25cRRADi'ORh .4
development described
as a"pri ,conservation and farm manage
__n ___ --.. --' vate airliner," bas four light I ment. I
f II I I


I .

liV. OCTO .
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Mra. N. D. Wainwright Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Ritch,. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffen attended Bill Long of Gainesville visited Mrs. V. S. St. John spending Mra. Harry Sellers of Brevard.. I

imwsl underwent a tonailectomy Jr.j I of Jacksonville who have been the funeral of Mr. Griffin' his mother, Mrs. F:; M. Long, over several weeks with her son and N. C. spent a few days last week I

of LOCAL Shadycrent Hospital Wednesday.Mrs. visiting friends and relatives here brother, D. E. Griffin in Gretna the weekend daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mra. with her mother, Mrs Jaunlta I

t ITS W. J, Epperson Jr. has for the past two weeks have last Friday. Also attending thv Mrs. W. E. Middleton was In Edwin St. Jphn In Baldwin.Mr. Pearce, at the .home of L. P.

'" ,... accepted a position as secretary in moved to Wildwood where Mr. funeral with the Griffins were. Jacksonville Tuesday to be with and Mrn. Hubert Bronsonof Smith.

Miami ;was In I Just received new shipment of the law offices of Knight and Ritch U a .crew dispatcher for Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Griffin of her sister, Mra. Mae Jones, who Orange Park were Sunday visitors Mr. and Mra. Francis Ray of \

lIoward< of over the week. Ladle Shorn In the nf'w""t styles' ; Knight. the Seaboard Air Line Railroad. Waldo and Mrs.. Edwina Bandy'' of underwent an operation on her of Mr. and Mr*. W. E. Thorn Miami have moved to Starke to
with their son-
bustnt88 :; make their home
on In width AA to C, at $6.05.: The Mr and Mrs. Ewell Lawson Mr. and Mrs. 1. J. Griffen were Sanford. arm at St. Luke's Hospital.Oil ton. Mr. and Mrs.

Crosby Dawklns Smart Shoppe. and family and H. O. Larvson, In Jacksonville Tuesday visiting I Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Hazen of Cloth at STUMP'S.Mrs. I Mrs. J. C. Wynn spent Wednesday in-law Davis and daughter N. Walnut' Street.
Mrs! R. O. on
id Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza. Jacksonville spent Sunday visiting Ross Adams and children. s
withH Pearson and her
spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. VV. W. Underhill and Lawrence Woods! Thursday visiting Sen. Dill Pearce of Palatka, Sen. 'j
,svalle. :Nollman. and daughter, Charlotte of St. pent Sunday at Marlneland. New shipment ladies dres-I Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen, and Lynn and Duncan of Neptune mother Mra. Lcttle Parker In Bobby Sanchez of Live Oak, and .

Mrs Harley Stronghe Petersburg were weekend guestsof Mrs. Kirby Swindell underwent! ses just arrived at STUMP'S.Mr. \ Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney Beach spent Sunday with her Jacksonville. Sen. Turner David of Madisonwere itt

and 'erkend In Daytona Mrs. Ruby Johns. an appendectomy at Sliadycrest and Mrs. A. E. McKlnney Mr and Mrs. Marvin Rosier were mother, Mrs. L. A. Duncan: and AM kinds of underwear at guests Sunday of Sen. and ,
weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan. I
Mr. and Mr. C. J. Muhlhoferhave Hospital Tuesday.See pent Sunday afternoon In Brooker guests STUMP's.. Mrs. Charley R.:: Jchna.
I W. G. Ross In Sanford.Mr. Rev and Mrs. J.
with Mrs. McKlnney's father Warren Kauf
wag In Chatta- returned to their home In the beautiful new Mojml _.. -- +
Tvnl ---- -- --
G. W. Hazen. spent man attended the meeting of the
of the and Mrs. John
early part Chicago spending a month hose In the newest fall shades at I
the Mrs R. C. Sanders and ; Sunday In Gainesville visiting Mr Synod of the Presbyterian churchesIn
business with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Muhl The Smart Shoppe. laugh ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF
|n hofer. ters. Sherry and Pam of GainesVille and Mrs. A. M. Ml4on and Mrs. Winter Haven the early partof
Mr. and Mrs.\ George Field of

Mrs. Mae Edwards is visiting Columbus!, Kan., who are touring: and Mrs.were. R.recent A. Colson.guests of Mr.. M.Mrs.E. Mixon.R. L.. Epperson and son, IT the PAYS week TRADE pith SLIDE Colonial Inn Restaurant

her son and daughter-in-law Florida, of last
CKACHE Mr. pent Thursday
Pottery Vane. hospital Cnn R. L. Jr.. and grandson Danny Mrs. Garland Parnell has returned -
sad Mrs Elbert Edwards, In Day week with Mr\ and Mrs. F. F. ,
I to her
home In Savannah
of visited and
M"ht*"," ". talnrr. Baskets. Baby Novelties" St. Petersburg, Mr.
pdn.OSUm6.Int.tlna pawl> up **. ht Pal.... tona Beach for several weeks Stump.Mr. Planted Pottery & Dish Garden. Mrs. Q. A, Anderson on Saturday.. Ga. after spending a few days MADISON STREET: AT SOUTH COURT

*,ryes and. .auml.Kllddneim: Miss Emma Rose Henry of and Mro.! John Child-ess Ideal gifts. Inexpensively price Mrs. Lorraine DuBose and sit: with her mother, Mrs. L. A Duncan .

ant.and. eon CiNL., tluCL.ompleMee Toledo Ohio will be the weekend And family returned yesterday $1 up. COLONIAL FLORIST ters, Margaret and Vivian Beam of and brothel' and sister-in-law! SATURDAY OCT.! 16, 6:00 P. M.
bl.mans b..11 .1&.u&eecL Adul guest of her aunt, Mrs. Mae La. from a week's vacation In North phone 218. Jacksonville spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan.
LW. Vine. I Phone 182-J: for Reservation for Opening Night ''ti* i H'I.
\$/01 Cy.U Carolina. Mrs. R.. A. Weeks Mrs. C. C. with their parents: Mr. .and Mrs.C. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson and

Fresher.."*. We fl receive
Mr Express' direct shipments from by Ills home in Savannah Ga. Mon- Week's house guest, Mrs. E. A. Our policy Large "oluml.n" visiting Mrs. Law on'. parents, W' Will Specialize In

California =. day after spending the past three Haynie of Atlanta Spent Wednesday PrlC'It'''. ,,Flower wired anywhere, Mr. and Mrs. Oren Welch, the ;
Seven you money! COLONIAL weeks with the Ewell Lawsons. evening with Mrs. Retta Shad anjtbiw. COLONIAL FLORIST occasion being the birthday an- Pried Chicken Hot Bread and Roll Steaks 4I'

MLy FLORIST, Phone 218. 218. and Seafood !Salad! and Luncheon Cour..- It
yIi Mr.: and Mrs. Eddie Jackson We are now HulpM| to receive I at Doctor's Inlet. phone niversary of Mr. Lawson. -

with flower order day or might-21 Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McRae have W S. Koch of Arcadia spent a Mr. and Mrs- B. T. Thomas and Regular Dinner at Night; Open for Break- hi
spent Sunday their
week old daughter Elizabeth eight. hour nervlr Just !call 218, COLONIAL I returned from a two weeks visit few days this week with his par. family visited Mr. and Mrs. E. last Children' Plate a Specialty '1r,

who is Mary FLORIST. with their daughter, Mra. A. B. ent... Mr. and Mrs. L W. Koch. Hall in Branford Sunday. ., '14MRS. t
seriously ill in thy Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Christy ofAugusta Mra. E. C. Sparks of ... E'I

St. Vln-ents Hospital. Jackson. Mary Vandermark secretary Bills, at Frostproof, and Mrs. Mc- LARKIN D. WKKKM: O'VNER-OPEK.\TOR
vide They were of Sen. Claude Pepper, Tallahassee I Rae's sister, Mrs. B. A. Miller In Ga. were weekend guest Is the guest of the S. E. : 1
accompanied by of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns.
this week.
Air. ,and Mrs. Luther Jackson was the weekend guestof I Belle.. !

I Y ind Mrs. Crawford. M,. and Mrs. J. R. Kite Mr. 'and Mrs. George Inman oi' I '4rW7" - ft.JRJ. jf"bf" - - x.L..II. .
Mrs. Kfflo Johns had herguests - a
as - - - - - - - -
l Miss Haven CroAby spent theweekend I Cilra and Mrs. Vonda Inman ot
Mr. and Mrs. F.W ,
e with Mr. and Mrs Sunday Tallahassee were looking after '

George P. Allen Jr. in Jackson,, Webb of Hawthorn Mr. and Mr.. property Interests here last week. I SET YOUR BUDGET RIGHT AT 'I I

ville. Freeman Johns, Alias Louise Town. I ;end. i
send and Mrs. Hazel Rlnnes of
Mrs. C C. McCubbln returnedto Lake Hutlcr I Thnne from here nttendmg, the 113:) EAST STARKE 1;

her home In Miami Wednesday meeting of the Suwannee River
Mrs. J. I. Peek, who hn.s been
1 I I / after spending a week with I Press Association in Green CoveSprings CALL) ST. FLA. .
staying with her niece In Newton 1
Mr. find Mrs Steve Weldon.IT Saturday afternoon were .
In., visited her slater, Mrs. J.P. ;
iSTUART'S PAYS to TRADE with SLIDE Lex! Green Mr. and Mrs. E. B I

I Miss Nancy Knight and Hollis Wilson nt Grand Creasing! the Matthews and Mr. and Mrs. E. L.. k .

'knight f Jr. spent last weekend In post week Matthews. We Reserve For I

3al"Pllvlllf' Attending the UDC Convention Air and Mrs. Bun Roland and SFriday
at the Gl'orJreVatlhlngton HotelIn The Right & h
[YCLESHOP' Mrs. J. S. Blitch of Johnson 1 daughter)\ Kay, and Mr. and Mrs
Jacksonville this week wereMrs.
City Tenn. spent several days Bill Noegel and Mr and Mrs. To LimitQuantities Saturday '
L. A. Davis Mrs. E. I IC. ,
|pe! \\v. & 10th .St. this week with her brother and Stanley Noegel spent Sunday
Perryman and Mrs. J. B. Cottrell.Mr. .
Starke, Florida fliflter-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. fishing at Cedar Keys. Oct. 15 & 16 4
and Mrs. L. S. Hutto had
their last Mrs L.
as guest week
Mra. Ara Moltt and Mrs. W. I...,
O. Crenshaw of Wildwood.IT .
Andrews were In Lake City shopping

ry Branch of Mrs. Kitty Andrews has moved Mr.last and Friday.Mrs. Fred Guy and Super Meat Bargains -

from N. Temple avenue to her
children, Jane and Jimmy, and
INSURANCELASS'IFIED apartment at the corner of Church Ir
Andy Adklns of Gainesville were r
Street and Madison.

--- -- I Judge A. Z. Adklns Is holding Sunday visitors of their partntu
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns.
1k r court in Macclenny this week. "
Miss Lucille Alvarez of Jacksonville
Ta" I Mrs. Olin White Sr. who has :1L'
spent the weekend with
ll C. WALL AGENCY been Uniting her son-in-law and
daughter Mr. and Mra. Floyd her Alvarez.parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. :

Boone, in Jackson, Tenn. the past
PLEASE PHONE 146 Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks spent
month returned to her home
!Sunday' with Mrs Ina Wrench at C.
Constant Service Over 50 YearsmarcmmmmHmmmammmmmmmafmm last Friday. SLICED BREAKFAST '
I her Lake Swan home Mrs. BACON .
Mrs. E. A. Duff and Miss Thrl- Wrench entertained at a dinnerparty LB. t
ma Chapman of Tampa spent last i
for her house guest Mrs .
Friday with Mr. and Mrs L. S.
E. A Haynie, of Atlanta.
'' Hutto and family.
I In Mr. and Mrs. J. Burton Hosier k I
Just rl'c'coh'f'tl new shipment of ,
of Palatka visited Mrs. H. H. Brice
Ladle Shoe In the newest styles,
'I 1 In widths AA to C, at $6.95. The on Wednesday and Sunday of last LAMB

'E, *< ul' 'tinner Ml nli>nlnvil IIIA.VY 'HICKS, u'.a p''r ion, Smart week. SHOULDER'SKINLESS' i
OnntH. IGll.non '-...d.: H. .IH. Ituikx, HunipHhlrpH' Shoppe.39c If you have't .Keen our beautiful g g
\ hv 'i> neimoimM* VVrlto fur rnmiilftr nrlr lint I print cloth at Stump's. ,
'lid" 1>a\ll J Nlchuln ftliop. vte extern you a cordial Invitation l '
lnvl T.nutrv. Up llatihciy" KoiltitiHrt. -, ;
ln. UpJwtth Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark.,who to visit "... COLONIAL WEINERS I

0r'', TTttR'1tr1 ..,,t-.rae FA 'rrf. ,.;uIrnlnhod' .., were enroute from Wpynesvhle, FLORIST<<; phone :918. :,. v II
I In" nrrlnn"' IH5 flood : 1 m hnups rJ.: C. to their" home' rn 'Miami' .
stove. eleetrir \ : .
l' K'Tutor r..frlore.1 PORK LIVER y W-r @"
.n i J. Vat then nrnrt-
; .
? .
lint' 1'elplroph.| Phone 2I>. modern ('onv-nl m'i M. Alrn." i spent last week with N. D. Wain- ,":f "
(.>. U',HiiyiiPK .101 8 -\Water! Its wrIght and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. \ ', ;,,'1'//# ,

'Y nxR Large house. w BEEF I J.t :
Fort HAM2' I : \ Wainwrlght. TINDER ROAST '
: Model A tractor withmriHlnsr 'I'Ifi
Ad n ,11' water, Hho\v*'r. %
t king. stave. Itv miirhlmA i-ultlvBtor. I Mrs. J. W White returned Sa ,
Siir| V Irnr-for with$ ,
n mm. rhnne .. turday from Tallahassee where she '

2tp 10.221T'l 'f mowing)''.*"iMii lh .nun, I'linh.nu..uhIn..Mn.. <*M In V fg A'It.orl turn I'Viiruiiin.<<.,lltlon plow: visited Mr. and Mrs. George C. ) t flees LOIN OR CLUB STEAK LB.'f fi

White and Mrs. Cora Marshburn.Mr.
) II .ire for ihll- Htaiki 4tp J 11-5
I riming, the In ,hlr I e11rrnlnd.1 ..... ...
I''' 621 N.I of Jacksonville were weekend
6I Up ConsultS. i guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar '

trig u ni,... 'I'nlf'k.. (',crl flrmltnu llorA --I P. ROWELL I Wilkerson.Mrs. Olin White and daughter unQo Smoked Sausage 29c : r'

l\cnvntlnic. 3 'Ic'dlum Miss Carol White visited Mr. and LB
f uu I'I III ((114 41 p 1':11: Jackson .. y ,
I & U..aI..r I Mrs. C. W. Savage In

'iipt) all furn. ville Tuesday.
"I "I ...ntran. Ren.' I TELL YOU! '
Arnold Sauve, Kenneth Wolfe, +

-rr 10!>in Lafayette
\I"l1r"l.< Detroit Mich. today after a week'visit ;
ItontP 2, Box, 48-C ,I
YT ""lIrnl.h"d 5-rnom: STARK: FLORIDA with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond CARDS I9c15c 1 JlI
'I5I Iir "tH. 1. H. Jor.
Sauve. '
101. Siark' tip'i highway 200 J See the beautiful new Mojuil CRACKLINGS LB5

I.K A ir i'" ,.''s" hr.. North Of Starke hose In the neuent fall Hhaden at i

II ndy week of Uri The Smart Shoppe.Mr.
A fri, HM.kr..1 l A Ith and Mrs. L. O. Fund"ihurk Bring your favorite snap- I

I h hn**,il. $1.ISO each KOIt IIKN'T2: modern, apartment spent the weekend In Keystone! shot negative
p ""I today, and
living your eons .. .
3 & 4 room :Nicely furnlnhedOne '
I Ill' in' eel, Itu\g* 611< .* haft new elmtrlc1 ranira. Mrs Heights visiting Mr. and Mis. elect the design you wont. I PIG FEET l.
sill Inv In Jan.Mimii'u ,
0' earl Wynn, Kant or !rttarke Take Mike Funderburk.
HIilK i 'or.I ,,
left dirt mail Itt full St. bridge .
NI I 1 211 Richard Barber of Gainesvillespent
0-221|I then drive I "mile eitxt 10-8 tf
Yt the weekend with Mr. and Hollywood Camera
''I *f tit Kingslry Foil $AI.i':: l-airi, B-rin.' furn. house, I FRESH MULLET
llh hIlt h. :'tcd.11.n ) Mrs. L. O. Hazen.Monday .
.. deiHfll| .I..trl l i pump vond & Gift Shop LB n
nl rnlnivIX water, chicken house, 100 icooilvvplMnn 1 guests of Mr. and Mrs I
untrr.: MPM.1 I ; ,
I poHti. planted 1'1..11 rea-
u J. Griffen Mr. and! Mrs.
\\V :MiiillRoni were
,, eoniblr, mash or t rmi* IIi' nil.i Call Street At Railroad
_ItPii rest of Htiirke on new UlundlnR It. M. Griffen of Waldo and Mrs. I I,

0 i .......tlv. r A.IIvo' highway. J. I 1" Murphy lip, ;Edwin Bandy of Sanford. '

Hampton"1 1 t I I"Lnk my.. 'UK huilv.MALI Onlliin:: 1 Btfi-l make hjtlraulio Trlr-v 'dump e5.anSee ), .. H
d bars
nlehedi'Lnw.l OCTAGON
6 i Hilly Jackson tf =. -- --.- SOAP-----23c
""Huml'on.'. (v\vnn or. :Mrn.I I t '1 1\j\ :"
"'(lit SAUK':: One l-burni-r Iran stove
CT with l .>llir and storaeelcompartment. '
: 1tl'I oven >ri i
r' 'I..I.V I'HI" : It. .. Di-moreMt 2211 Hold' to MAKE
anHrlmfnt Park I'lace, ph. 223-J.; It'J I TfM rolls
-pI '. I GAUZE
Ilranme. ( )1/PIe' KNa way TISSUE-----
a 'I' '05 Temple Av!, RF.WIO-; >7A-rTriNK; $--NW electric 19c "

Hpn and rebuilt mat-hlnoa. fur Immediate .
delivery. Also buttonhole j .)1 I
:0 x 46: 2.6'C r. (i. Hemingway -
makers at $071. 1
5l, llout I'! J7 nt ;VcttloH. .1 224 S. Thompson. St. 2tp JII-8 pounds BLUE
100, Stark* Xhy ROSE RICE 29c
IIP, FOR SALE:: New horn on I'IlIv..r -
.. i
J.llk. near Keystone HlcbtKlertric J
r I
t"" Tracer llgrhtii und other convenloncen. -
..4_.. _. Work See M. R. Judd, co,. T.a-
I'aklneew"C.'r'ft' fayett &: Adam St., Htarke, Fir t Ax. pounds ARMOUR'S
lepr? Ktphrnee: land I I, Ay PURE tARD-75c

Dente Or Sec 'FOR SALE: I.arir. wood range with .
A. i I.. hot water coil Ut>od l condition
Kahr. Jr. R..a on..hl.... Alan wood heater 1
RI.ETOFIAiRID\ Phone Htarku UO. 11 packages TABLE

PL'IK'HASK:: Well. SALT----- .1 O ic
n middle W.\STtr..u !:
4 I "".."<' with Coulter buster located .lake. front lot on Kin...... ,,
nor ""r try Lake for rash Ur .1. A. terierp i
u..d. A'
d f': W BiIln. T ml :N I lfl 2tP io-n Phone 1466R. i boxes KITCHEN
d- .wl\If MATCHES---
hq "I" your small. -. \VB 1'0 KXCAVATINU: of all kind
'"'' per hour. llulldoilnir. dump Iru..klnlf. fill/ ,
d ''III> \ Orange tet. sand plump! ptilllnr. grading! of r I
all kinds Reai.nnal.le price Carl
!hex *. mi.
irarton nIl' 10" ln
5 "\. II\:4,\ m..tlnor south on ""yw' n. Road. ftp 10- Trouble Is Our Business :
H. Address P Girl Salad
II I lines" Gingham f,
LT ''I Flu. IQ-H 4t CNKURANCB fir.: automobile.write, liability a and Dressing qt

T 'olY lit.. See me for your Insurance
.i .h.oI :New apurtmont Frlnlippllod. need. N. D. lnwrlrht. Jr.. IJ.'. \WELLS S ELECTRIC I

'a 1Mh II I'svl... Privets Temple. W ("..r PI. Phone 1S4 S Pc-and Pkg. Mothers Grits

lOt Phone .It. lip.L MATTBESSESOF 1

.orn:NOW.TIMBER .. ALL ATF.D RiWIMMRLNt71 HOUSff WIRING I 5 Pound Pkg. Delight Meal


1.1. RI' js BULK 3 Tall Cans GcSdsn Key Milk :


GaJneslilt twig[I p.: O.: no PECK 463 VURNITUREREUPIiOLSTERED 106' WASHINGTON ST. .: I I, Florida_ORANGESdoz._ IQc Sweet.. t POTATOES 31b:21c: Et'r'' '


;1 'ro a>-nt"oslcard see you.and I 'HASTINGS Drop l*MATTRESS.PaUtka.A Cud Fte.CO. 134-3 P. O. Box 607 TOMATOES pound -12/c Irish POTATOES, 10 lb. 35c

Box 218 a :,- ---. - - - i

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'r WlPAGE SIX .. _lI:, 1Bi I Ii'l
' ,:Ji i . . o after they attended the funeral I weekend.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Green and I CARD OF/ THANKS I New Remington =-::,...
f. Reublna and Tom Ierce and and Clyde, writer" t
Miss Nellie Green son of Hall for
I. i band of Mra. Maude Proctor, Laura Jackson of Jackson. The family Eugene of nulf *'
Ervin Andrews. of Brooker, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward desire to their County *"ttl
:'New River i Rising daughter of Mrs. J. E. Norman.Mr. yule was visiting:her mother. Mra. Hampton express Telegraph/
Raulerson and son, Tommy, to all those who
Mrs. Lizzie McKinney of Starke Adams was jlck only a few J. E. Norman, last weekend. deepest gratitude
Tuesday and Wednesday of Uy Mrs Edward Norman which Jesse of of Starke were visiting relativesIn assisted and contributed to the
lit AND LONG BRIDGEBy spent days before his death was Mr and Mrs. Ricka I
Mr*. E, A. Sapp last week with her brother, Mar . . caused by a brain hermorrhage.We Starke were visiting Mrs. Ricks'parents this section Sunday. fund for hospital and doctor ex. 4.1..tf.M.
l' . . ion Moody Mr. and Mrs. William Morganand all extend our sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. Alex Rev Whltt the new pastor of penses during, the Illness of their
' infant The Is
I son Rickey. baby ,
Mr. and Mrs. John Townsendof children of Tampa and Mra. Mrs. Adams.Mr Barnes, Sunday. Corinth Baptist Church, filled his mar ;, h,
IURPRISE PARTY Naples were visiting: Mr. and and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas Mrs. S. R. Clark is visiting her much improved due to the timelycare /.KiHxl: : t blood': jVSSS?*"!
Elvlee Drlggers and ton, Marvin regular appointment Sunday and treatment received at ,..b..end tun... ..ulSi.i libBJlremov a
\1} friends gathered at the Mrs. R. J. Turner last Friday and and children of Brooker and Mr. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and u ..
\I' of M. L. Johns Saturday Saturday. and J. E., of Lithls :were visiting: and Mrs. Paul Faulkner of Starke Mrs. Clarence Jones of Fort morning and evening with a the Alachua County Hospital.The CO..hlne. thick and.sticky,d.r....imjJiP".brst? Th.1 nil' '114 5'kIUl": ,
honoring Charley Cowan on W. N. Johns, who has been relatives in this section Sunday I,were visiting in this section last Pierce, for a few days. I large attendance. Hall family. t d'oa of lIIon.IIENDACO r back'rom' dtSrn5., ,
Milome I ar'h"'iI.Tokoy "
: anniversary with a working with the fire depart.
, party.I' ment in Boca Raton, Is visitinghis
; Mr. Cowan wad late arriving parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester
: Saturday night and entered Johns!, this week.
I'!'!he house to find a beautiful lace Miss Jerry Merrltt. Leslie Sapp,
table In the center! of Louise, Charley and M. L. Johns,
!|'hich was a large cake with "Hap. Jr. nttrndert the football game In Jz -Mete 96U.t.OW BIG.ANNUAL.e .
r y Birthday" and all the trimjhlngs. Palntka Friday night. a
Mrs. Nona Priest visited her .
I % '
i* Mrs. Cowan served dellclou sister, Mrs. Yula Holllngaworth; In AlI L4
. .;munch with the cake to the follow Ft. White a few days last week. ai ,
Iv txttg: guests: :Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johns Crewa of Lake Butler OC
' !Vlggins! Mr. and Mrs. R. R I attended Sunday School at Long 4
't .4ndrewa, Mrs. Raiford Brannen, Bridge last Sunday.Mrs. .
; .fr. and Mrs. Melton Kerce, Mr. Kenneth Turner and chIld. /r
.' nd Mrs. Albert Moody, Mrs. ,
!IAA\ ron Buddy and Mary Jean of
I1;! 'hester Moody. Mr. and Mrs. Boca Raton have been visiting w"C C Amt' 11.pp1CE
I, i rank Tomlinaon! Mrs. E. A. Mr. and Mrs. R. J, Turner the IA J
\1 app, Jerry Merritt, Pete Sapp, past week.
t 1'''"f>''J. J. Turner, Jr., Leslie Sapp, A
; Among those visiting Mr. and
f. Mrs. Ethan Sapp Sunday were
Mrs. Nora Sapp of Brooker, Mr
and Mrs. Harold Sapp and son,
:} n PROTECT Mike, of Jacksonville, and Mr. and!
Mrs. Gearld! Adkins and daughter,
Louise, of Hampton. s
t.; ', AND . . .? ONIONS 3 Lbs

:! t i BEAUTIFYYOUR Lake (GenevaBy ; t 'I Grapes2Lbs29C CABBAGE Green Lb 5'/2C 1 15c'

% CAR'S LDv 1 'T
r Blanche Cunningham Wash. Fancy Delicious
'\ . . APPLES 2 Lbs
I I Ii''J'i.' INTERIOR York Apples 3 lbs 25 33C
; Mrs. Ida M. Gentry left Friday FOOD STORES Canadian
1 1. WITH
I for San Antonio, Texas, where RUTABAGAS Lb 5C
i" she will attend the postmaster' Quantity Rights Reserved
I, convention, Prices Good Thru Saturday, October 16
Guests in the home of Mr and C 5 Lbs 31c
r: Ask Al Store for Cauliflower
,\ I Mrs. Elmer Forsythe are Mrs. Carrie 4-Page_ Price List! New Crop
I I PLASTIC I Shaw, Miss Mildred Shaw. BRAZIL NUTS Lb
Albert Shaw and Miss Edna Her- 39C
ington of Connelldvllle, Pa. Mrs.
! SEAT COVERS nd haw Mildred Is Mrs.and Forsythe'a Albert Shaw mother are

her sister and brother.' This is u. s. c

:' : :heir Mrs.first B. Cunningham trip to Florida.and sons LA S No. 1 10 45
0'41 39 Edison!: Richard and Warren, were WhiteCobblers
,' .' acksonvllle visitors Sunday.
" '. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Forsythe
,r'' end three children and their
.r All Leather Trim guests: from Connellsvllle, Pa
s'lent Sunday in St. Augustine. Medium :SizeIVORY:
Libby Tomato
Terrill W. Cunningham, son ofMrs. .
:;.,, STARKESeat [ Blanche Cunningham, and SOAP Cake 10c JUICE No 300 lie No 2 13c 46 oz 30c

I.t. Ray Hearst of Keystone Giant Size
Libby Corned

.: ,\ Cover Heights, carrier are serving Franklin on D.the Roosevelt aircraft -- P & G SOAP 2 Bars 17c BEEF HASH No2Can 35eIVORY

.l"' COMPANYCorner and the heavy cruiser Albany Large Size
J. Court & Madison ) respectively In the Media Maxwell HouseCoffee
; Phone 10 Starke erranean; Sea. They expect to FLAKES Box 33c DEVILED HAM 1
It stop: In Italy for a while and leftthe %
States on Sept. 13. Libby

. f iVORY SNOW Box 33c 5 POTTED MEAT. %'. 19c

: HAS Blues While You WashBLUWHITE
[ ': "ANNIS ,! a Libby

, IT" 2 Boxes 18cFlorida's VIENNA SAUSAGE 's18c
c .
Own .
: ,' CONCRETE BLOCKSReady Chili Powder SeasoningMEXENE
SAVO BLEACH 2 gull 22c Lb CanSUPER S. 1
Mix; Concrete<< Builder Hardware 1%.o% can 14c
Mont Everything To Build, Repair or Remodel Soft Nabisco

South NEWTONS 17c
1036-1048 Main Street With Deodorant FEATURE ['I<,
Phone 217 218 GMNKSVILX.E: p O. Box 62 Ga. Main Sweet MixPICKLES
I'' MODESS 2 Reg Boxes 65c "
AMERICAN 22-oz Jar35e
Orange PekoeTETLEY

: ; 'THE FACT IS GENERAL ELECTRIC TEA ** 61 c [B E E F 12-oz Can 37mm'PRICES Welch's GRAPELADE i-ibj.r 23cMt.


) Mt. Vermont
Grade A
i Dressed Si O' Sunshine
((1, t I Ir BACON QuickFrozenFRYERS Brawn
Lb 77c
/ i I '
1 Morrcll or

,r I r'I''I 4i1'I4itt r Lb BACON Yorkshire 59c _Savfaixs--'of4fto' 2n*P tr L poond flifsWee K.L.1./ BAKING HENSLb 69C_

,, ,>\\' I II' ti ... In Cartons--In Quarters!
/ II Rib-End Corn-Fed Western Pork

4'') ,,lfaH'i II I

i i ty n/4e/q eI I LOIN ROAST Lb 59 pNu HiNF Lb S9CCenter i

;f, I iaiiias I cut,,&$, l.!&3S&SSXi&j, :1CiT;"---n...t.w? "-'*>.",'J3&- M

t ,,WELI7TOUR OWN !_mm**. MAKE



" Sugar Cured Smoked Grade "A" Dressed & Drawn Quick FrozenPicnics
''f'': : FROM HER BOMBED /? e

it, HOUSE FRENCH Lb 49c Ducklings "> 59c* Green GiantPORK


I .. AND FOUND THAT ITI' -' Steaks Lb 43c Peas
'"'' ,. STILL WORKED! Little Pig Fresh CaughtShrimp Govt. Graded Baby Beef ..

I': I HAMSPIG Lb 55c Lb 49c SIRLOIN STEAK Lb 69c ,

Little Pig Govt. Graded
Pollock or Whiting Baby Beef C

4iNVENTON/ S SHOULDERS Lb 49c Fillet Lb 29c RIB J STEAKS: Lb 69c No JOJ Can 17

: Little Pig
, Cod Govt. Graded Baby .:Beef __

I V 'qf'r 'IO yEARS HAVE KEPT 5-S Little Pig Large: Govt. Graded Baby BeefSPARE SUPER FEATURE


I.J; \ :=-- Colored Margarine Kraft Yelneta Ballard's Phila. Cream Patented Suds D r e f II large 27'',

,: J You ; I REDIMIXTSolidi a

Ill, f GENERAL ELECTRIC. Lb. 45c Lb 47c 2.lbLoaf 9ge_J p 2 Pkgs 27c 2 Pkgs 33c Orange O'Sage Juice I 46-oz 1 17'

n,>'Sn. rM Fred Worbo; Show;?N/C N.'IJI'TAvnlor NM... '!'!5!.' ,,!.c....


U ,,19-18 PAOZ 1!-1'q

Baptist Church I I fvo transfers of membership. Of Methodist ChurchThe turned to her home In Greensboro I A i
News special Interest and always a after a visit with he daughter
"Out for Christ In October" Is great blessing to behold will bathe Brooker Mrs. H. B. Crosby and family. I
Message Sunday morningat
the cry of Starke ordinance and Mrs. C. Howard ot c BUILDERS'
Baptists this of baptism admin- Mr R.
the" ll o'clock
I, hour will be on
SUTipiscopal month and they are doing Just istered at the close of the evening the third person of the Holy Trinity By Helen Barry Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof e Flooring Siding Framing
that as attendance service. .
soars and records -'The Holy Spirit". Our minds e Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Crosby
B.D. Vicar tumble weekly, the School Mr. and Mrs. Steve ot Slush Doom -
gE Simmons Pastor Sunday meets Sunday cannot fully understand the Trin- WMU Meeting' Hague '
13.: 8 p.m.. "Great states. Reaching. active morning at 9:43 with Mrs. Florence (Asphalt
v Oct every resIdent I : attendance ity but our hearts and minds together The Brooker WMU Hague were visiting Shingles & Siding
from Great Plays"- station church member Is the goal around the 250 mark and a staffof Baptist met Varnadoe Sunday. I Steel CserneittsBrickSandOnvdCement
can. We need Fellowshipof Tuesday afternoon Oct. a, for Its Shingle -
GaiJIt'sville, set. Sunday morning theme for 60 officers and teachers ta Mr. and Mrs. R. W Braner of r i
the Comforter: He Is In our '
day, oct 17 8 a.m. Holy the month is October Oddities of bring the challenging messages midst regular business and program Ralford .were visiting friends and 'f
10 amChurch Old Testament, with the messageby I of the Bible.Training meeting with nine members and relatives here Sunday afternoon.Mr. Metal Composition" Rooting 1
1 union Nursery.! Kindergarten the Pastor this Sunday "A I Unions meet at 6:43: The Sermon Topic Sunday Even- one visitor present. and Mrs. Herschel II. Blor- Screen Wire
m the Service: Cen- Mountain Spring". \I Sunday evening with fellowship, Ing at 7:30: will be "The Holy The program was directed by ent of Marianna were visiting Mr. Mouldings -
!lory Catholic Church". This is moot Mrs. J. W. the JSIwrwIn-WUllamn "
a Thomas using
Intermediate In During the hour the choir will I program and discussion on church and Mrs. H. B. Crosby Sunday.Mr. ii -
unlor snit term and much misunder- topic "Our debt to Israel",
amMornln bring special music directed by membership. very Prayerwas and Mrs. Guy Pin holster. Jr. PAINTS
jrcn stood. The Church Is offered Mrs. R. F. Cano FAIRBANKSMORSEHOME
not perfect by
and Sermon. Presentation Mrs. Ethel Biggs and Mrs. Mona Mid-week service mt'ets"ednes- and children of Jacksonville were [ I'ulnt Your house IT.
\-nited Thank Offering. Canova will be at the Hammond. day at 7:30 for the Sweetest Hour because You and I belong to It; ind those! taking part on the program Sunday guests of Mrs. Rosa Pin- Pay The Month WATER SYSTEMS
e hut the fellowship which it alone were Mrs. B. Andrews Mrs j By
Sunday evening the message will of the Week with the Pastor lead- ; (I holster. (
sunday provides. Is the hope of the World. J. W. Thomas, Mrs L,. L Parker, I
Oct. 19: 8p.m., Church be "Blessed Assurance" a mes- Ing the discussions and Bible i Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano had as
teachers y meeting In Ser- sage on eternal security. If one teaching.A The Church School meets at Mrs. I.ydla Crosby Mrs. Paul their dinner guests Sunday Mr. SUPPLIES
i Stewart, Mrs. .Wilson and STARKE BUILDERS
has any doubts they will be dispelled cordial Invitation Is extendedto 9:43.: Your attendance Is needed Green and Mrs. Ovid Gano and Mr. and

t'nter.Church l Is open dally for by the Word of God through all to worship at all services, and expected regardless of your Miss The Lubedia next Pinholster will be held Mrs.. Murril Gano of Gainesville. Phone 45 Across From S. A. L. Depot Delivery Service
Lid 1 meditation. this message. The Happy Hour at at the First Baptist of Starke. age.The meeting I I Miss Marilyn Crosby has returned -
at the home of Mrs. L. L. Parker
7:30 with singing of request MYF meets at 6:30 p.m. to Tallahassee to begin [ j EEJ SS SS.SaiS
ml 1C CIU'R<-" hymns and choruses will be led Christian ChurchJ. The Prayer Meeting meets Wednesday Wednesday asked to be ,present.Oct. 20. EveryoneIs her sophomore year at FSU.

i Mass 10 a.m.y by the playing of Mrs. Morse and Evening at 7:30.: We are I I ); r'y '
Y "
TEACHERS We havethat
- School 11 a.m. Mrs. Mann, the piano-organ duo. B. Dixon, Pastor continuing a Study in the Bookf BIRTHDAY PARTY now I OPENING !
CT Day Mass 8:30: a.m. I During this hour last week there Sunday school ii) a.m. Acts. The Subject this week. Mrs. M. O. Hurrell honored her for student.hard-to-get, ruled practice and plain paper 1.1 I|I ANNOUNCING
l-ner John O'Dowd Pastor were two professions of faith and Sunday morning service 11 will be the "Upper Room". daughter, Catherine with a birthday .
9 x 12 size, M vent per ream.'
,_,_____. a.m. party Saturday afternoon athe' :
--- -- '" 11 _.. Bradford County Telegraph.AUTOMOBILE I
-- Sunday evening service -7:30: CONGREGATIONAL l'umr1'UllIty Center which was ItI
BAPTIST CHURCH I I Due to Feed Shortage and many
FIRST STARKE p.m.Midweek METHODIST CHURCH decorated In green and yellow I
prayer meeting Wednesday The tablo was centered with a I .
evening at 7:30.: Services every Saturday night, benutiful white cake embossed 1t,1, requests from our old customers, 'II
Heart And In Tile Hearts
"In The ,
Children's Hour Friday at 3:30: Sunday morning and Sunday night, green and yellow. and holding ten I I t
of The People"A I tl a. m. ant< 8 p. m.. at Con- candles. I.I Although not compulsory It Is we opened our curing plant
I Council meets every fregational :Methodist Church- Mrs. Sara Faulkner directed the miyh safer to carry LiabilityInAunuirr.
Southern Baptist Church For All People' first Thursday of the month at Brownlee Road. Rev. J. VV. Griffis young people In many Indoor I represent only old

: Pastor.PENTECOSTAL, games, after which Miss Harrell I I line reliable stock companies.Your 1st.
Sun Jay School 9:45: r Training Union 6:13 2:30.Steps have been taken to pur- opened her lovely gifts. business. will be appreciated. OCTOBER ,

Morning Worship Evening Hour 7:30 hase the building for the parson HOLINESS Refreshments of Ice cream and ,t tI
age and hopes that within a few CHURCH cake were served by Mrs. Harrell 129 W. Call Street
11:00: Wed. Mid-Week Service 7:30 weeks to have the building set on lOtli St. and Temple Ave. assisted by Mrs. V. V. Hazen. I i Opposite Bradford Co. Telegraph !Ii:

the lot adjoining the Church on Sunday School:" a. m.; Morn- Twenty-five young people enJoyed i Phone 134
hrlstlan Street. The lot Is a don- Worship 11 Evangelistic the with the honoree.i
ng a. m.; party
May :Morning\ : The third in the series of October ation of Judge A. Z. Adkins. I Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone N. D. Wainwright Jr. Special. Reduced- Price 'R

'dities of the Old Testament, "A Mountain Spring." welcome. SINGING CONVENTIONThe 1It
At The Tabernacle Bradford County Singing !
Sunday Evening: "Blessed Assurance""Out .. . . . Convention will meet with the De- I 2l/2c Per Pounds ,
for Christ in October." The West Indies Missionary don Baptist Church on Sunday, ___= __ .
work for the training of ..Native I GrahamBy Oct. 17. Bring a well filled basket. fr
Gospel Ministry, was presenteto Everyone Is Invited to attend. -.....---. r
The Church With The Pastor" I .
Visit Visiting -
the Tabernacle congregation l\ln. John McKlnneySTOKESESTERLINQ ,11!,
---------------- NEW ARRIVAL
ver the weekend by Missionary ,
Patrick Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harrell An. Either Sugar Cure Or Plain Salt Cure t y

Saturday night Kodachrome i I nounce the arrival of a daughter I
tildes were shown of the Bible Katie Maude Easterling of Mary Regina on Sept. 28 In the Same Competent Operators We Have (
P-R-E-P-A.R-E N-O-W Institute and its work In Haiti, "Jrahnm and Eury (Buddy) Stokes | Alachua County Hospital. Both A DependableLife r

where young men are trained and of Brooker were married on October mother and daughter are doing Had For The Past Four Years II I
sent back Into the Interior the 1 In C"ot>nrt'la.! Wp wish them' nicely. I

remote areas, to preach the Gospel much happiness In life. I I Preserveris
Charles has returnedto I
Liter' Is Just Around The Corner 'o their fellowmen.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wasdln of the Naval Training Center at
Mr. Arnold'smessage
Sunday morning
Tacksonvllle were visiting rela- San Diego. Calif. after spendinga Important in *n emer-
1 was on: "What God has I
done In Cuba". And then Sundnv Ives here Sunday. 14-day leave with his parents. gency. You need depend- !

For !Clean, Efficient Winter WarmthBUYGAS night brought I "What startling Is realizations a Pagan"of?, of Leroy Jacksonville Hines were and Dudley visiting Hines their Mr.Brooker.and Mrs.Young Lawrence Wiggins Wigginsof has able Automobile 'Insurance Starke Ice Co.

how near we come In this Countrv sister Mrs. P. 0. Starling Sunday. completed his boot training andla before an emergency occurs.
When You Heat With GAS. You Get Quick ''n being Pagan by following cus- Their mother Mrs. Lizzie Hlnea now training to be a dental

Clean Heat With Nothing To Bring In No 'oms and practices which have returned with them to spend a I technician. Buy it now I '1
Ashes To Take Out. come to us from Heathen lands. few weeks. I I Mrs. G. L. Pritchard has reCARPENTER'S LARGE INDIVIDUAL LOCKERSAT

This week's Youth Meeting\. will Mr. and Kirs. Clarence Melton MII E."Johns
The SLADE GAS COMPANY INC. Offers '..a turf> a special Speaker In addl- 'nd children of Starke attended Charley 1

You IMMEDIATE INSTALLATION On GAS Upn to the regular service. church services here Sunday nlte. I.I AgencyPhone $1 PER MONTH [

HEATERS. Mr. and Mrs. Mike McRae have Flake Watson; who has been 13 HTAKKK, FLA.Ncprwontlno s
returned home from a visit to In the Lake City hospital for the
r.abelle Florida and were accom- last eight weeks Is home with 100 Percent Refrigeration for Cured Meats, Vegetables :i
panied home by Mrs. McRae's his for month. His S.; ,
3uy NOW And Stay Comfortable! family a condition l
and Other Products ,
twin sister Mrs. Miller. has improved somewhat.,
Also Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Millerof \ of ;THE TRAVELERS. Hartford ; f n
Earr Starling Gainesville 3
winter visitorsthe
-- .ti Pennsylvania pent the weekend. her. with .relatives. I-
four have returned -
past years 1

Congregation.'nd. are welcomed back- into'the Mr. and Mrs. Forest Reynoldsof : ;J!i".
SLADE GAS COMPANY Inc. Jacksonville! are at the bed- Buy Your
Church Of ChristBible side of Mrs. Reynolds' mother, '

Mrs. Frank Abernathy. FOR ONLY 20 % DOWN
School 10 a.m. Sunday Mrs. Essie Wasdin of Waldo
213 E. Call St. Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday and Mrs. Estelle Gunter were it I .

Evening Service 7:45: : p.m. Sun- visiting Mrs. Abernathy last Wed- I

Phone 121 Starke, Fla. dayBible nesday afternoon.Mr. AT WINKLER'SGets
Study every
and Mrs. Frank Hines and
at 7:45: children of Mlcanopy were visit PHARMACIST rfo

ing Mrs. P. O. Starling Sunday -

I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Frazler Phone 64 STARKE

and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogersof On-the-Minil/ Service MORE HEAT i
Waldo were visiting their
out of

/t&w G REYJIOUNDGOES. 1 Beach brother-in-law Mrs Olin Sunday.Graves and sister In Daytona Mr. and DAY & NIGHT ,

I I ------y

.. GOES The EASY way to every drop of oil I

liE. ,


J ,

FOLLOW THE 11 :1 \
44p YOU ,

Wins WEIGHT 129.95
f Mh F LOS- or j

Wear youthful fashions! For more

vibrant beauty, popularity, self-confidence t i.s
get rid of excels fat. Don't let it slow you i.r.i
1crou down and make you feel uncomfortable.
7 the nation from the Atlantic to the Pacific echoes the Don't lei ic handicap your heart, liver and

sound of political oratory. And literally in every one of the 43 kidneys. Bring your weight down to normal ( *. ."I
states Greyhound Super-Coaches are today carrying the voters of when overeating, adds unbecoming bulges. ,' 1
America their Ions and daughters. Greyhound's platform remains Follow the WINS Weight Control Plan! .vex

unchanged: with lower fares than any'other transportation P NO STARVING O* EXERCISI when you reducethe
more frequent schedules modern coaches that set the pace "t.I. WINS way The plan shows you how to

for travel pleasure and convenience. Make yours a straight Greyhound choose fooJi ,nllliltven some sweets or LWIl1t.E4ir1I[ ?
Ticket-because Greyhound will keep its promise to keep pastries-avoid rigid diets, and still lose r

out in front give you the finest transportation In the nation. weight. WINS tasty food tablets you eat as
directed before meals help tirb your mfpt- I
tilt,so you U'axl to eat less,and ,JIIC'. C i
SO MJY.. .MOM HI At AM. No rigid. diet or\
Choose the straight'GREYHOUND exercise. No massages, laxatives or
ous drugs. And WINS actually
TICKEtlor Vitamins B-l. B-2, Niacinamide. ..
Phosphorus Iron and Iodine. danae.1
easy plan! How much more l,*,. You get more heat from Yew sovo up to 25% onv.ry
for CONVENIENCE with a tmartnm that you lose .... I drop of oil! Because fuel l bills with Duo-Therm 'IJi'
money beck! Gel WINS today! I
A.J Duo-Therm's fuel-miser
? Proved in, actual
"eep *duz ou tlgPG t- . . . . e : Burner floats a mushroom l1// tests in a cold northern } ,

X for RELAXED COMFORT e a 9iegKo/c c ( 'cX SEND ME FREE :"w'N'"brofhur.wirhfciu.;fc: w.nhi ch.rr : type flame right .inro the 1il f climate., Keeps heat on ttte I ,

norm.l w.iahf for ..? h.iahc ami aa*..,plus.......howaa.b..* tip. heat chamber.The ftame hugs the chamber 0 move-saves as much as 1 gallon -
Ml rvducmo. Alto Mmi m. "WINS" once ir M vad..r
GREYHOUND BUS STATION food I muM b..a.S.d. with. "WINS" awry- .way at walls .. transfers more heat quickly into in every four:Only Duo-

for REAL ECONOMY" f Temple .Ave. Phone 147 you CT.promptly...01..(ltO.will....'rotund$1.50 mr Q J-r.SiooA tit*MS tab.. )U.00O your home. Only Duo-Therm has this! 1 Therm has Power-Air! 1

_Monty, sad,,_I.Q C......_I.Q I.**'p wr l4e.O.D. U'.r C

X lor NATIONWIDE -- NAMI You tend thifir. by turning Come In see the new Duo-Therm i
< 1.1. ) dial I No work i-
a No dirt
Heaters. Every one's a fine piece of fur- :
No hauling coal or wood nitre as well as a fuel-thrifty hearer ( *
x for COURTEOUS SERVICE r0NL.-STATCSTOM or ashes through the house! Easy Terms? Certainly!
1 1k /iIMI Tt.' .C.....7.i wa

for TOUR ENJOYMENt; Consult Us About Your /
j . . . UUUUUUUU .. Heating jeetl.Wintder t
-- -

.. C Koch Drug Store Electric Service

I 222-224 Temple Arc. Est. 1928 Telephone 1" I 1




i t

PACK EIGHTKeystone --'-" '. O<'TOJlf:1t

l Shriners Take Children To Circus Gov. Thurmond I Order Wltnuxn In. next my hand f,.ur and weekly official.IKHUVH Heal Alma. Ii"lo",
I"I I : : Rotarians Extend Friendship __ I Scheduled To SpeakIn at It. Ptarko 1518. ., Florida thl.. October wm'th;: .I;Texxhll4et./hl"t .

,II To Latin-American Students At UniversityThe -.ILW (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..I. Thomas. : You a"r" ,rgl.r", .(
GainesvilleGovernor Clerk .of said (,..urt. 'II I.I1o'"b..t I.
9 By Haven c'runljy, u i'. i.n'un"d i.
Jr. of Tallabissee, delegations L PI"inrotr I
International Service Com Bridges H. O. Urown Htarke.. Florida ( s '
mittee of the Keystone Heights I from the Starke and J. Strom Thurmond.States' Atty for Plf. '10-tS 4t U-5 Ordr''U''IY, "l T.,1., 'I i u I It'h',<'o'
Democratic Presidential WII1,,.._ "
Rotary: Club with the assistance Green Cove Clubs as well as the n yt Rights iv (.ItIt'II'r ('ol'H'r.u.'OItI) at 'h
of H 1 nominee will speak In (OfVTI, .'I.OHIII'11 tll %>. Stark., IIf
director the the '
of John F. Martin host Keystone Club felt that '.a,,'. Int.
Institute of Inter-American:: Affairs success of this Initial attempt to Gainesville Saturday oct. IS, al Wlimun rooper; Plaintiff. VB. Alma (OFFirt \1 I II

University of Florida has promote Individual friendshipswith 3 pm.. on the courthouse square Cooper Defendant. Cane No 6.S8H. '.I \,,
of Informal. After the speech a reception In OHDKK OF 'I'IIl.Jt'AT'oS It r, u'Atty. .
Inouerurated a series the students from other AND NDTK'R TO. APPHAIt ,
with University the Governor's honor will be held! STATIC": 0 F Poi I '
I friendly visits countries through neighborly I FI.OUIC( A to-: I't"
In the Florida Union Building tt Alma Conner, whose rv..lij.n<>e |I. Ci "
!from: the Latin' American level I"
students community
1 gatherings on a I li<>iit.. I. Hyman, South, Cnrullna-: I'I'Ii IIr ,
Republics and elsewhere about the shows great promise that the which the pubic Is invited. You are required to appear on (Clan.40': rl,ra10'''lillI' ., h
November 15. 1111'1. In the abovenamed .
world. should be energetically car I I."w. t
plan Court and "cause wherein t I.
The first In the series was an reed on. Fire Department plaintiff treks divorce niadfnrri"onnty ArfVI'UBC Nllaax, ,, ""nl
t Telegraph hall. publish. this
I old-fashioned picnic held Friday i The visiting students were so Answers Two CallsThe Order In next four weekly IxHiieH, (' :W :it I I'
i the Idea that WltneiiM my hand and official ? Snr" +:!
Oct. 1, under the great live oaks enthusiastic over ,'l StHikA, Florida thin OctoberBKAt neal *$ F; r' .I\\

II along the shores of beautiful Coke they expressed a desire to returnto I fire department WAS c' lliut ,''' t. ".I I resides,' ll"1"1 '!.,PI',
Geneva at Keystone Heights Keystone soon and put on an :O"1o'II.IAI." : .) A. .1. Thomas \,,,,, 'Br
morning 9-55 to
: u.
beioh The visiting students after entertainment for their newly Saturday / A* Clerk. of mild' C'uurt. I Novrm' .," J
fly Haven
he Dahmer cottage 217 S. Cherry r'ruvby, l IC c. '"I".J. t
the oldJ found friends. tr H. O. nown. :Starke.. Florid. II
dinner enjoyed: good It occupied by Miss Violet Big Attyfc for Pit. lniniln l I...
10-18 4t '
American game of horse shoes, I A measure of the success _____ 115IM fl
when the motor ha;
1"4 fenbotham! ,. on 'I"
. : speed boat rides swimming and'' of the plan Is credited to Mr. (11t(-, I'r ('01 H'I' IIII 'I>FOIII> larlrliir.l.,!, ....
phi refrigerator fire. The '
caught TO >T%. FLOIIID.ti lCH.,\,. .,"
J t aquaplaning. ( Martin who has been director of blaze was confined to the motor CEIi Y. at 1 It:1. Stark I In4(" i.ne

' 'II\ Rotarians present. Including the Institute of Inter-American Pictured above are members of the Starke Shrine Club and 83 happy students of BHS just befor,e and damage_ was negligible. vii.Job Alma Harvey Helen,Shiver. Shiver Jr;Defendant.Plaintiff (F.'II'I.\I 4glt: I'

, ,,, District Governor Francis R. Affairs at the University since the group left Thursday afternoon of last week to enjoy an eventful afternoon at the Shrine ClrcuIn Sunday night at 11:10: fir I Cane No. 61)811.OHnEii) ., lid, 1lgvp "A'

.. I Jacksonville. The Starke Shriners have expressed appreciation for the cooperation of local bust l. broke out In the Steve Weldon NOTICE OF prmicMTiovAND TO APPEAR John uxtins,J. fir ,,..sn, (V
( nesses and Individual who made It possible for the children to attend the circus. Each ticket that wa:s home on North Walnut St.. causer STATE OF FLORIDA to: A tt,... f Ftrd,,,! ; "
' I Pit'k
' ': See. Us About purchased and donated enabled two children to attend. The Club also expressed appreciation to Chas. by defective wiring. Firemen
't.J, Ii S. Partln high school principal Mrs. Grace Osborne elementary school principal Mrs. Sheppard, worked for two hours before

teacher and S. M. Mott bus driver for their effots in making the trip a success. After their retun bringing the troublesome blaz

} YOUR HEATING PROBLEMS to Starke the children were fed and returned to the'r homes by the Shriners. under control. While there wa: HIGHEST CASH PRICES
', 11'nf \ very little direct flame puffs o' PA
: !smoke bursting out here and there

We Have In Stock Now Heaters Adequate For 1943. Prior to that time, he was Electing A President Will Be ComplicatedIf throughout the house made It hard

. p r Any Size House. Our Very Reasonable Prices In the U. S. diplomatic service and for firemen'to locate the sourer

'nf l Include Installation For Inside Or Outside Tanks. at one time represented large No Candidate Gets Majority This Fall of trouble. We Buy Peca

American business Interests In Damage amounted io aroum"*
South America. What would happen if the What would happen If the two, 300 from smoke broken win

' SEE US TODAY State's Rights and Progressivesshould I houses became deadlocked and dows holes in the walls and water -
syphon off enough elector could not elect either a Presidentor
h t"
School Patrol Will Call
\ 'f; al votes that no Presidential Vice President by January 20? For Or Buy At Jrareho

'141 j jt i Not County's "Baby", candidate gets a majority this House Parliamentarian LewisDeschler -

Fall? that under Public -=
TEACHERS We now hall.
t Attorney SaysIn The Constitution that If' of the Con
'J. says Law 199 Eightieth hat hard-to-get
BROS6 practice pape'for
DARBY no candidate get majority, gress the Speaker of the House
the opinion of County Attorney student, ruled and plain In C. H.
I \ 266 of the Nation's :531 electoral would take over. The present NASWORTHY
It: Oeo. L. Patten It U not the 9 i x 12 size, 85 cents per ream.-
( :t : 409 W. CaJl St. Starke:,_ Fla. ,, votes then the House of Representatives Speaker Is Joseph Martin (R- Bradford County .
responsibility icf, the County to Telegraph.rinrrir
,, 1'.i, j ,- for the upkeep' of sidewalks shall choose from the Mass), who Js running for re 234 'EAST CALL STREET
" pay three candidates having the. highest election.A Iv. rot'RT. 'OFORO
and, streets on or adjacent to ( PHONE
Ot-VTV. Pl.OHIItll t\ CHIN 198
L. number. deadlock-whlc STARKE
permanent ]
I Fl
school property within the (EM\ \
I. Each state has one vote for has never occurred-would leave Mary Not I mo, Plaintiff vn. PntnvVotlmo
limits of a municipality nor President In a House contest. HowIt the Speaker as President until Defendant. Can' No. 8886.
to for police protection (high. ORDER OF PUBI-.IOATIOV I
l GRAND OPENING pay will be cast Is decided by a the next election. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
way patrol) within a municipality. STATIC OK FLOKIUA to-
majority of the state's delegation. The House twice has choseTthe "
In letter addressed A. J. Pansy Nutlmo whose rvl r a {4o A candidate must get a major. President. In 1801 and In 1823.! ..litre.** I IK: fan r H ijth \venu
DEWDROPINNFRIDAY Thomas. Clerk of the Circuit ity of the votes of all the delegations In 1876 a commission createdby fnnnf V*rnon. N....* Ynrlf' Famous Mavtac!! Washers
Court Mr. Patten stated: You are required to appear on ,
-23 out of the 48. congressional act voted 8to7to Sovrmlior, 11.: 1548 In tb* Hbo\i
OCT. 15 "This will acknowledge receiptof What happens If none of the c 'it the contested electoral named fourt find cause, herein.

tj : your letter In which you enclosed top three gets a majority In the votes,of South Carolina Florida. a Ulnilff, control'peek of minor divorce child A Ftrmlfurrfountv cnxtnilv NOW ON DISPLAY

a letter received from Superintendent House before January 20 when Oregon and Loulsana to Rutherford "' Telrvrnph shall piihllvh this
I Order In four n-oeVIv l I..... .
of Public InstructionA. nett -
: BEER NORTH EATS the Constitution specifies that B. Hayes a Republican. He Witne mv hnnrt and official seal
R. McRae relative to the the President shall take office? thus was seated over Samuel J.Ttldcn. lOt Ptprke, Florida, thin O.tol.fiI. "
TEMPLE school grounds at Lawtey and 11. w4t.OFFI'iATks. AT OUR STORE
; The Vice President takes over a Democrat.In ( S KI,' A..J. ..Thomn
I BHS. But If no Presidential candidate the first strictly House test Clerk of mild OnurtBv .

i AT "After reading Mr. McRae's ha. won a majority of the elec.toral I Thomas Jefferson of Virginia was T'. Frnnk I.andrum Haven Htnrke.fronhv Florldiitt.vH. D. f. .

,. CATTLEOAPWE etter and Sections 234.12 and I votes its not likely any elected over Aaron Burr of New ." for PIt. 10.15 4t I1v .!

: 231.13, Florida Statutes Anno ted. : vice presidential candidate would York. Both were Democrats and I'
I rtwrirw POI'RT \nKowt'
I do not where the Board of .
see "
either. in the popular election each won f Pr.T'. FI.OHIIIll IN ClltN-
4 WELCOME YOUR PATRONAGE County Commissioners would have ('.:H". ''j
; When no candidate for Vice 73 electoral votes. It took the (intrude, Down. Plaintiff v". John sac
any responsibility for the upkeepof President gets a majority of the House seven days and 36 ballotsto Downs Jr., Defendant. Cass NionnFR .
+ ; (Former> Location Of Halle'w Cabins
) sidewalks and streets lying 6./: I
electoral votes, the contest Is decided settle on Jefferson. Vermountand
within the corporate limits of by the Senate: if the I Maryland finally swung t<> AM XOTIfR OF Pl'JJT.I\TTOS TO
nv municipality In this county. Senate I! ST TK" OK 'I.;;lrlli.\n" I
has then divided
elected the
him after being .
-; The Board would have .lnl1n Downs' .Tr a hn.e ..1.". .r
hII, a responsibility as President until the House and passing numerous times. and nil II ; if schools were located chooses one.Architect. | Burr became Vice President. ue Vronx. New York:
I outside of corporate limits pro You are r..qulr..1) to nnnent nNnvembr ...,."
15. 1MS, In the nhrulamed "
j vided, the hazards were on a Court and whereinnlnlritlff
'lop the children of George Reddish ratine .... I
county road."I Advises peelm cllvri'e ft -> I

YOU SAVE note from Mr. McRae's letter I Changes in Contract lion nf T.I..ra..h maiden I name hn'l """II"FrndfordCounty h'his II

i'1' ; that they are asking for proper | The Superintendent presentedto Oi-rf!* |I" next four weekly ltHueWltneiM ....
.t the Board letter from Mrs. mv hnn'I l and l ""!""'.' ."
Police Of Athletic a
police protection. pro BuildingThe ..t "fnrke, Florida'' thin October
tection within corporate limitsof : !Annie Kelly in which she stated I' R IqU

1/\/ \ "\ a municipality Is 'a matter Bradford County Board of that her cost In supplying a buj (OFFICIAL An!PFMT.1' Clerk n'A..I.said Thomas c.MIBv .*- ,Ir .

1I strictly for city authorities to Public Instruction met in regular body on her truck to comply with Haven. (rroshv P C. i

I : t. ) determine." .I session In its office in 'the court regulations of the Board and ..T a }{rirrans.>Florida i "w .Rxrhnnire, I'lrtu.TnrkHnnvllle ..

V Following a recent audit the house on October 4, at 10 o'clocka.m. State Department of Educationhad Atty, .. tar Pit. 10-15 4t lt-5 "

> 0 School Board was advised that I with the following members been approximately >50. On ,
fY Pinl'1 v mi WT \OFonn
It could not legally expend funds present to-wit: motion of L. A. Canova secondedby (01'11'1'. Fl.OHinti t\ <-H ''\i.

1\ /j INCH Plumbing I for safety patrolman at the : L. A. Canova L. T. Johns H. B. L. T. Johns, the Board agreedto t'FR-.hble Y.T :\11.."". P'fllnHf.AMxon V". Cha.un ,

'1:1: I Starke and Lawtey schools. There Crosby and J. E. Brown.In assume these coats and to pay .1. O..n".t P... \n 6660opOFR ,.i..
fore Supt. McRae had requested Mrs. Kelly an amount of $5'J'\ OJ! PI'RI.ICATIO\! : ;
' the absence of Chairman J. .
t ( Supplies ( : that the County assume this re S. Norman member Crosby was now that her route has been discontinued OF FLORIDA to:
sponsibility. after two months of Charlie MlTon' Jr. w4n.r- pi'1. n
\ \ unanimously elected to serve as poun. I Rot
41-B Tenreelown
onVi operation.The South Cnrollno- ELECTRIC SERVICE & SUPP D125
I Fixtures : .halrn an tor this meeting.The ;; ,
: j Board Authorized the- Superintendent You are required to appear on
INCH County Lunch Rooms Board authorized the Super. November. Iait. In thenntnert .".>. .
i to work out an arrangement .
< Court and cause. whereinnlfflntlf
Intendent to have the
I< Have New SupervisorMiss current for the transportation peetcp dH'orce, pollnltrtp'K( E. CALL 'ST. STARKEFarmers' .
furnished by the Clay Electric fees and restoration of maidennnnte.
\ GYP LAVATORIES of the students of Brook- .
LAP negro Wrn"t' >rrt
; Cooperative Inc., disconnected at
Irma Hammond Is the new er and Sampson Elementary f'ounty Telegraph. shall. ptihlfph this .
I\i New River and Vanderbilt now
1 school lunch supervisor for Bradford school. .
: 1 and Baker counties. She that these schools are no longerIn
Mrs. Ernestine McRae appliedfor
k $25 divides her time equally betweenthe operation.
; leave of absence for the 1948-
I W.C.T.U.
two. spending one .week In Sanford W. Coin Architect
49 term of school. The leave of
1 PER THOUSAND each county. Her home la In Mac- appeared before the Board and
t! absence was unanimously grantedby .
clenny. gave an Inspection report of the Board. IS IT RIGHT T ? SuppUnder
Bradford County's five school work completed to date On the the

4 i Dry Seasoned lunch rooms now serve 'a dally Athletic Field House at Bradford i<*I rr nioHT TO i.irrvsr.: A

1'I average of 763 meali The count,. 'High School by J. M.: Edwards (I[Price To Practice I II XLOON TO BR :rn virr ANT

LUMBER VITREOUS CHINA subsidizes the operation to the Contractor. Mr. Coin recommended Law In JacksonvilleBradford TAX PEOPLE TO TEACH VIRTUE New Managemen]

I: 1 Sis. 1"a16"a9" $1930 extent of 2c per meal while 4c ; to the Board that they authorize I ? ? f

tr 1". 1 4" .** V Hilek. with f..c.N '*_ per meal Is paid by Federal funds. the following changes in County friends of IS IT RIGHT TO DERIVE A. R. JOHNSON Owner & Operator

I i ;. I M_. toyed .......w t 0 .ice In addition to this the Govern I the contract specifications: Congressman Emory H. Price will REVENUE FROM A TRAFFIC

tfcta. ..... FUEI 'OIL ment also supplies numerous com !I 1. That the contractor be required be Interested to know that he WHICH SCIENTISTS! MF.n'C\I./l We Wish To Thank Our Many Old Cust,
t, s | \ moditles. to extend the sewer line AUTHORITIES, AND EDCCA-
GUM SHEATHING M $9:00: p"'f'CII has entered Into a law partner Ana
yt $40 Miss Hammond stated that from a point 20 feet outside the ., Their Patronage, And Welcome
US US. U10 ship with Tom B. Stewart Jr .
'f"y:- x for steel. II.tu.>.h..-...I, lunch room facilities In this county building to the city sewer line :and will begin the practice of Customers Who Want To Give Us J 1

:I ..1.. :xm m.lHT3 are greatly Improved this year at an approximate dUtance of I law In Jackson villa when hU present
., 11!, TK la6, Ul. IslOWATERSOn. ..!. and later.mediate making for Improved service and! 200 feet at an estimated additional I -
.,._ I term as Representative expires
more efficient operation of the cost of $132\ .:50 to the Board RED .
.; next January 3. LION SHORTS .. r
t units. 2. Mr Coin recommended that I
j Service Sinks the Board Price Is a graduate of the Jacksonville
School lunch rooms In thU county not require the conversion PAaRSTARKE .
i .'p n"u.cAS. located In Starke Law ley, of the coal Law College Is a former
l' are burning boiler i
J .PIPE Hellbronn Hampton and Biooker. but that the Board furnish anew |I'member of the Jacksonville City Giant or F. S. SCRATCH 25 lb.l 1

automatic oil burning boiler Council and was Supervisor 01 I ,

" ', I Circle One WMU as a replacement. Estimated coat I'Registration in Duval County for Sun., Mon.' Oct. 17. IS
IY THE FOOT OR TON F > s of this several years before being electedto S
t change was $673.90. The
Barn Sash Elects OfficersCircle I(I Architect stated that Is was nil Congress where he has served NAKED CITY GOOD!) SCRATCH 100 Ib .

opinion that if the boiler called almost six years Starring Barry Kltrre...H

vine' lit. dnel..i. One of the Baptist W. for In the specification away con I 1l.n Rv1 Intrf'ht.&I; m. Natural

lar barn, $.75 M. U. met Tuesday afternoon verted. It would never give satisfactory I Recent Births Seven .t Latf'to'orld New sTees. F.S.orGiant20p.c.DairvFd4New 4
S ( fm basso, .to.D Oct., at the home of Mrs. L. G. service.
wt Powell Thla being the first meeting .
I original specifications Oct. 19, On.
.ubl. hun. .1.._... of the new year the electionofficei'll for three-quarter Inch pipe to I Mr. and Mrs. Eugene R. Smythof Day Only! 4
WI" N (ram* A ..r*.n 76et' .
of place followingthe DON JUAN .
flGoGO.Electrical. ,.s d., 1 provide the water supply for the New Orleans La. announcethe Crop Yellow CORN -
) 24"a20" business meeting and prayer. shower in the Field Hoiue.. This birth of a son on Oct. 11 at Starring Do chM Fairbanks

Newly elected officers are I I was later determined to be Inadequate the Baptist Hospital, New Or Aim
t Items leader Mrs. t.. O. Powell; co- and a pipe line of one leans. Latent'""GlrU Gags, Ii 1 76FL
i World _'. 150ft-
leader, Mrs. G. "V. Alderman: 5-Foot
Attic i Fans and one-quarter Inches was In. Mrs. Smyth la the former Mar. Poultry Wire
*_ laM, SwItckM. Switch ..a... stewardship and treasurer Mrs. stalled. It was recommended that ,
' C... ... IX C.M., a...., P...! 10" $28 7S r. B. Harding; committee mission, this change be approved at gnat Pearce daughter of Mrs I W..II.. Thnrn.. Oct. 20. 21
an Bertha Pearce of Starke. At th-'
Owed s....... ..ig.I' Mrs. W. R. Morse: program chairman additional DOUBLE FEATURE .
cost of J5O.
''I w OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY Metef ClHOthw Mrs. FB.. Beard: enlistmentand I 4. The Architect recommence! I present the Smythe time In Mrs.New Pearce Orleans.Is wit THE MACOMBER Poultry Wire 150 ft:
Mrs. F. F.
0 transportation that the Board pay to the Bradford ,
I t A.M. e. S rM. ai... t. 7tM Flume: children's home. Mrs. D. Engineering Company contractor ,. Births announced by ShaJycres' AFFAIRGregory t CANVAS

L. SUcox; mission Mrs. Clyde an amount of 90 percentof Hospital: I> % Joan Bennett FACE

Priest: flowers, Mrs. L. O. Powell; the contract price less pay Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wllllami ANDLOUISIANA HORSE COLLARSJ
{ A BUILDING Mrs. J. P. Tomlinaon.
BUY secretary
(menu already received which of Stark., a son, Larry Eugene.
;.... The next meeting will be at the already amounted to GALWith
I $2.28293.: born Sept. 30.
,, ; '- BUY A HOME I horn of Mrs. D. U SUcox. and the remaining 10 percent I.tto l.I .- Mr. and Mrs. Faroe!! Thornton Rita Hayworth SINCLAIR
; Circle One U in charge of theBrotherhood I be paid after the building has I of Ralford. a daughter, Elease, Alan Latent World New! I
this month
supper been Inspected by members of born Oct. 4. SPRAY
t with the following members serving the State Department of Education I I Mr. and )(r.. Charles Boyd Frt.. Sat, Oct. 22. 25 INSECT qt -
Mrs. T. B. Harding. Mrs. F. DOUBLE ,
and a certificate of completion Frisbee of Mlddleburg. FEATURE
ARMY CAMP F. Flume Mrs."J. P. Tomllnson issued by that office. Lonnie Marcus, born Oct. a 4. son, FRANK BUCK'S

and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. All the above change were ap- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Russell Llbbey JUNGLE TERRORAND WORK BRIDLES .. .. ..

e CORP proved on motion of U T. John, of Green Cove Spring, a daughter

A. WRECKING PTA Notice seconded by J. E. Bt'OWI&n4 Joyce "Marion born Oct. a.

unanimously agreed to by other Mr. and Mrs. Owen Irvin Carter Roll Wagon Roll
The PTA will hold an executive member of Board. With T.. FA.RMERS'SUPPL
the of Starke a son, Charles Ritter
Phone Starke' 641 1 I Doc.
CAMP BLANDING' I board meeting next Wednesday On motion of J. E. Brown seconded an. born Oct. T. Al..o Chapter a "Jwlor O-Mra

1 P. O. Box 669 Starke, Fla. Oct. 20 at 3:15: pm. In the USO by L- A. Canova. the Board Mr.' and Mrs. Leamon Vernon *. Cartoon "8Iaaare4 SIoa FLAI
building with Mrs. T. B. STARKE
t Harding agreed to extend the bus routeof Williamson of Starke, a son. Lea- ,
a )1 L1 a I president presiding. Mrs. Ole Mae Sapp to pick i I mon Glean born Oct. T. .