Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: November 3, 1944
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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>.
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Volume ID: VID04887
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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est one Strawbenieafide of the B FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Recreation Trading Center and

of Heaven for Camp Blanding I


Official County Publication Established In 1877STAKKE. . I I .. :

g r'lhfl.-u"'VEN KLOU1DA.KKIOAY.! s. 1944 NI'MKKK: TWO
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Pecan Auctionats War Fund Total Voters Urged To Turn Out At Polls

\ Fla. Record Stands At $1,400,; 'In General Election Next TuesdayX

Quota $3,500

Pounds. Lumber AvailableFor I 4,500 Electors Qualified;

35 N. Sternberg, c h a I rmaa: of
Storm Damage Polls Open 8 A. M.
Bra d for d County's War Fund I The Circle ,

The local chapter has receivedthe I Drive reported<< that only $1,200. Close 6:36 P. M.
Growers following telegraphed Infor- has been raised. This Ls less than; .
half of the $3,500 quota.
mation from the National Red
I With
bolting Democrats
P Qvaa
Cross. The chairman urged all volun
making a frantic effort to split the Democratic
Total "Lumber dealers In hurricane teer workers to redouble their "
531.89 affected areas can sell lumber for efforts in the remaining few daysof x. g Party in Florida I leaders here are callingon

,, repair of storm damage by ob- the campaign and to make all loyal Democrats to turn out full force

auction sale at taining from purchasers the following their reports to him as soon as If want 'to tea at the polls! next Tuesday. November 7. .
-ret, pecan I you v It
Farmers Marker Tues- certification, i n writing: possible. straight Democratic ticket- next More than 4.500 electors are qualified-the

the largest ever held In This material will be used only to The War Fucd provides finances Tuesday, all you have to lo lapliicp largest number in the history of Bradford

,18 according to S. W. repair damage caused by hurricane for the USOs, War Prison your X mark In the circle County-almost double the 2.447 who were I

Marketing Specialist with October 18, 1044." ers' Relief local Boy Scout and at the head of the column qualified in 1936 (before removal of the poll

Marketing Bureau who The Red Cross will Issue neces- Girl Scout Troops, and practicallyevery listing the Democratic nominee tax as a prerequisite for voting). .

rge of the sale. About sary preference rating to dealerson other campaign except the *. It Is not then necessary Although normally it is considered a "good" \

ers of Bradford and ad- accumulated orders so certi- Red Cross for you to X each 1 Individual 1 vote if 50 percent of those clualiCIed'turn out '
counties sold 52,335: Ibs. fied. candidate. The X In the circle at the Democratic
polls leaders here are hop
53189. Rites WednesdayFor taken care of all. ..
ing that who
every person possibly can
ugh the crop Is not un- Coca-Cola ProgramTo Mrs. Scott, vote LJkewlne a straight, those Republican winning to *nr vote next Tuesday. Polls open at 8 a. m. and :
the re- .
beavy this year offer- Be Broadcast Leader In WCTUAfter ticket simply place an X in close at 6:36 p. m. I'
opening day
patting the fact thatnt From BlandingCamp the circle at the head of the "It is especially important that Democratspoll
due to 0
rgely "
blew practically a lingering Illness. Mrs. column lifting Republican a heavy vote this year, one leader stated

Ire storm off the trees Blanding will be the cen- Laura H. Scott wife of Fred A. nominee k "since the Republican Party and some bolters f

crop almost all pecans to ter of attraction for the nation's Scott, passed away Monday mornIng Voters who wish to vote a in our own party are making such a strong

i using rated at the same time. radio fans Wednesday night, Nov. Oct 30, at the family real split ticket will not UIO o the effort to split the party. If they gain a toe-

lieved that remaining sates 8, when Coca-Cola's popular dence on N. Temple Avenue. clrcln. They will put an X hold ,this time, it might encourage them to

light "Spotlight Band" program will "She IM none, mark to the left' of the name make even greater efforts in the future."
originate In the Field House at Her Journey in. o'er. of each Individual candidateof
I the prices paid were not 1 Ktenial: I Bleep their choice.In In addition to their presidential electors ,

high as expected they Balndlng. HUM firmly door. closedl.Ife's any case, ,you must \ote J .s Republicans in Florida( have also put up candidates -
Jack Teagarden and his nation-
line with ceiling pricesby To all of us 'who knew "ulh.ltlually( on each of the t, at J for Governor, United States Senator,
the OPA and were ally famous band will be the Her here on earth. nine amendment. on the bal- and for Attorney General. Of the three. Miles
and She In no more.Hut
el fair owing to the big featured performers the the drawn Into lot-that is, If you \\lh to express n n. .IA l1..on.I' ... cnndidat"" l"n.",.. thAN ."..
broadcast Is
this sponsored by. That land beyond<< the blue insopposition
pecans year. Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Of Heaven dome I an opinion. APPEAL TO LOYAL DEMOCRATS Senate to the
poundage sold, and price Starke. She Is tit home," Democratic nominee Claude

nrt paid! _for the varieties The announcement was made Mrs. Scott was born in Brad Pepper, has waged the most

follows; I yesterday by Fred Guy, manager ford County Feb. 14, 1874; she County To Install \V. B. Alexander, chairman of the Bradford active campaign. He has received -

Lbll. Price of the local Coca-Cola company, was married to Fred A. Scott County Democratic Executive Committee some support from reactionaries r
13979 .23 who stated that Teagarden knownas Nov. 2, 1900. She was a member ,I Photostatic Outfit yesterday issued the following urgent in the Democratic

2839 .23 "mister of the blue trom of the Gospel Tabernacle Church;; For RecordingAll appeal to members of the party: Party.A .
of the local W.C.T.U.
fairer 4140 .23 bone", will bring his complete president
6071 .23% band and troupe of entertainersto tor many years; was connectedwith those boxes stacked in the "YOU CAN'T AVOID VOTING NEXT:: complete list of candidates '
the State Board of Health of both parties, .will be
1130 .23 the post for a memorable Courthouse half this week aren'tmarked TUESDAY."If .
for several years'!, working principally found on the sample ballot
16G4 .23% evening of music and laughter. "not to be opened 'til
man 4576 ,.26 Following the broadcast from in the anti-tuberculosis di Christmas" That Is the new you stay away from the polls, you may 1 printed on page 10 ,of this 14
will vision. Although In 111 health for for making photostatic think aren't opting but in reality YOU issue. ,
)y M7. .22% 9:30: to 9:55, the orchestra equipment you I .
112 ;..23nt continue to play for dancing un years she took great. Interest In copies of records and valuable ARE CASTING A ALLOT FOR DEWEY" Voters will also have the .,,
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136' .24 til 11 o'clock. GIs may bring world in affairs her ,circle, in religious of friend work who, papers which hay been purchasedby . <, for reaction .. and a weak>.(> .83 _23r their wives and date"".- It was and Bradford County and which
> nine
u. amendments to the
will sadly miss her "I firmly convinced that THE PEOPLEWANT
433 .23 stated places our County right, up among am
15 ..3O. t The funeral service was held the top, when It comes to ROOSEVELT. A big vote next Tuesday state,Constitution. A full discussion -

473 J.. .30 Class Has Wednesday afternoon, at three modern equipment. will be a Rooftevelt vote, but a stay-at- I : of these will also be 0\\

2010 .17% I Nursing o'clock, at the familY' residence, The boxes were delivered to home vote will be a vote for Hooverism and : found on page 10.

g1 9163 .17 I Double SessionThe and the officiating minister was the Courthouse Wednesday, anda isolationism. It's a fact that Dewey can win

Seedlings 3235 .17% the Rev. G. E. Cutshaw.' Mrs. representative of the companyis with the vote YOU FAIL TO CAST'next : USO Carnival
IIX 392 .23 Red Cross Home Nursing Li. G. Powell read a poem en- to be here one day next weeko
hI: 107 .21% class had a very In t e resting titled "After", which was Interpreted install it. The machine will Tuesday! Enjoyed By Many i 3 ,

mx 69 .20 double session on Tuesday from by a violin melody playedby be placed In the room upstairs "Come to the polls yourself and fill up your : On Hallowe'en \ i
9:00: a. m. to 2:30: p. m., thus \V. B. McKinney' with R. J. which was formerly occupied by with friends and neighbors.
AL.! 52,535 making up for time lost during Gomes at the organ. Mrs W,, the Clinic. car your Alarge and enthusiastic crowd<< I

the recent. storm. N Johnson and Mrs. Rudolph The equipment is to be used by "Make sure that the momentous decision to attended- the Hallowe'en Carnival I
:\I i decided by a vote of theat Methods of making the sick Nunnery sang as a duet one of employees of the Clerk's office be made on November 7 is a DECISION OF given; by the three Starke USO )? i

the sale to have thee comfortable with Improvised appliances Mrs. Scott'a favorite W.C.T.U. and according to A. J. Thomas, THE PEOPLE' Clubs on Tuesday October 31. I
of pecans on Tuesday constructed at home from songs with Mr. Comes as organist. to Assisting, Ip: the program. werePresident
Clerk, will be very simple op : r
tas next Tuesday Is elec- materials at hand< were demonstrated A beautiful and Impressive erate. Ho says that It will like- the GSO 8 Iris. M rs. Le x Cf Ben. ,
y. by the resourceful Instructor prayer was offered by the Rev. after of tile WSO of the Clubon
ly be In operation by
Miss Eunle Willis, and George F. Scott. next. The machine eliminates all Fans Ready To Welcome Tornadoes Temple and Washington Mrs. ,
Starke Homesge the class practiced bathing and The Interment was In the fam- typing and verifying of records Jeanette Kin I c aid Mrs W. B. :

otherwise attending a bed pati- ily plot at Crosby Lake Cemetery and there Is absolutely no chanceof Hewell Mrs. Grace Osborne, Mrs.
Hands under the direction of DeWitt C. J I'. Hlgginbotham Mrs. PaulIne -
error as actual photographs are NightA
fnt property transfers Into ent.The class will meet again at Jones Company. The floral beauti-of- made. This type of equipmenthas Back On Home Territory Friday Mr...Phillip I. Lecln, Mr.and Grover Mrs. Jeannette'Christian Alison
and the regular time and place ferings were exceedingly been 'installed by all the
r H.purchase by Mr. Thursday at 0.30: a. m. ful and covered the newly made leading counties of the state. out at Bradford Park to- and the Bell Telephone
Garden of the house grave and the entire lot. The record crowd is expected Girls. I \

,they have been living fort pallbearers were! T. E. Duncan night to welcome back to home territory a victorious BUS Contribution were made( by ,
tour years and the lot West End Grocery of Gainesville Pur via W. Hazen Methodist Laymen Tornado squad that in the five games thus far checked off Mro. Jeanette Christian and the

ch it Is located from W. Being ImprovedS. of Hampton Beach A? J. Thomas Hear of ProjectTo on the 1944 schedule has racked up a total of 92 points to fli'll Telephone! girls, Mrs. I. Lecln
:''li This Is Mr. Sam Goldman and Mr Jacob I
property on O. W. White Carl A Knight and 64 for their often-favored opponents.It ,
Thompson St. M. Hendrix recently bought Clarence Mellon. Rebuild ChurchThe will be the Tornadoes first game on the home field Zevln. ,.,

Purchase of the H. C. Rltchw the West End Grocery from Rafe Survivors are: Husband F. A. Rev H. Carter Hardin, D. since they defeated St. Paul's here 18 to 6 on Oct. 6, almost the Two most prizes original were costumes presented The for

West Call St.. by Mr. Alvarez and is now engaged In Scott; children: Wilbur A. Scott, D., district superintendent of the a month ago. Since that date they have scored upsets! to one for children under 12 was
r!. Jack Prledler of Roger'sand making Improvements and en- Flatrock N C., Mrs Doris I.. in territory! On
Methodist Church was the princi- win over two highly-favored teams enemy awarded to Buzzy Green, while
Y Army Store was al- ''arglng the stock. Carnell of Ormond; grandchildren at Inspirational Augustine to score a win of
pal speaker a n Oct. 11 they journeyed to St. that for the older group was
'>unced Corbin S. Carnell and GeneS. A
Is superintendent
Mr. Frledler Hendrix :
re- Mr. Sub-District Meet\ Ing
High given to Marjorie Crawling
purchapcd the Boyd Hol- maintenance at Camp Carnell, of Ormond; sister: educational 12 to 7 over Ketterlinus tit
of :
Army held In the church lugging trio which Fletcher's tie- Popular features we r e the
home. of Starke; and the newest and most sur-
he has Mrs J. T. Quigley '
Blanding which position building Monday night. : tense could not cope with-at GtioBt House and House of Won-
L. A. and L.. J, Wynnof victory was over
lie brothers
: prising
held for the past three years. Main purpose of the meetingwas Beach leant In the early part of the dare. apple bobbing putting the
airs Station came to Florida from Washington Hampton. to explain the $23,000,000 Fletcher (Jacksonville ) game. ,stem on the pumpkin dart throwing
D. 'C., where he was con- Persons from out of town attending drive soon to be launched by to the tune of 25-7 last Fri- knocking down the milk

Edwards, manager of the nected with General Motors, and the funeral were: Rev. Methodism to rebuild churches, day night. The game sched- Following an exchange of kicks 'bottles, the broom dance and the
Hies Service station Is hav- lived In Jacksonville until Jan- Geo. F. Scott Lakeland; Mr and hospitals schools etc. In war- uled to be played here on Oct. after the opening gun, the Tor- girl show which turned out to be

" entire front of his station uary of this year when he and Mrs. T. E. Duncan of Gainesville; torn foreign countries. Dr. Hardin's 20 was cancelled at the re- nadoes used five plays the to move ', a group of high school boys.

ted. Workmen are putting his family moved to Starke, rent- Dr. and Mrs. GF\ Tlbbetts Gor- speech was made following quest of Jennings. 50 yards to score second but touchdown point- The fortune tellers, who had a ,
failed. The
new concrete and expect Ing a house from Lex Green on don Purrty of Camp of the supper which was served to lay- try constant stream of clients were
With record of four I covered 49 yards with
: Jaunt
.11 the Job this week. West Madison St. Palms; Mrs. V" T. Maynard men present from Starke Law- a Mrj. Jeanette Christ I Ian Miss
and after get- R. J. Turner finding a hole at
Gainesville; L. A. Wynn, Mr. ley. Lake Butler and Waldo. straight victories i Sarah Nixon Miss Violet Town-
Mrs. L. J.. Wynn, Mrs.' J. T. Guy, Mrs. E. L. ting off to a bad start witn{ center and scampering IS yards send and Him Willie Belle Ren-
Mrs. Mae Sweeney all of Hampton Other speakers district were of a 32 to 0 defeat at the handsof for the tally. "Red" Wadsworth. troup State Personnel Director
Richardson secretary
: Mr. atd Mrs. Purvis Hazen. in the season Bits quarterback penetratedright for the Bell
Gainesville Telephone Company.
To Owners of Food and Drink of Hampton Beach; Mr. and Mrs.S. the WSOS who of explained the church the opener the Tornadoes have be- tackle for the point.Starke's .
part that women
Handling Establishments C. Carnell.- Corbin and Gene will assume In,, the drive; the Rev. come probably the mostdiscussedhigh third touchdown was Tabernacle Plans
Mr. Mrs
of Ormond; and
Carnell. M. O. Nelms of Palatka, who school aggregation in this set up when Anderson tossed a
L. H. Hill. Mrs. T. J. Terry. Mrs. voiced a stirring appeal 'for renewed part of the state. Coaches James lateral to Turner for a 40-yard Winter'Program I >
J. P. W y r I c k. Miss Elizabeth the of Hobbs and CarltOn Geiger are gain. Anderson then swept a-
effort In promotion
The Bradford County Health Department on Terry all of Lawtey. School work and Seldon naturally jubilant over the Tornadoes round left end for 23 yards and The Winter special services are

Church Street announces that blood tests and ( Waldo Sunday, Gainesville attorney; and record, but are not taking the score. The point try was no being planned and schedule arranged -

smears" for health cards are taken every day from Souvenir ProgramsA. district lay leader, any chances due to over con- good. for0 u t .a landing Bible
91 t to 10 9 to 12 noon occurred Teachers and Evangelists to visit .
A. M. Tuesday from fidence.
and on announced that the Most spectacular play
director of the I the Tabernacle", during the next ;,
and. 1 to 4 P. M. The health cards will then be \V. Bates quota of the Starke church In Nipped by the cold 1 winds off with Fletcher passing and having few months.

men on Wednesday from 9 to 12 noon and 1 to BHS Band announced yesterday the drive l I. $1,400. Jacksonville Beach last Friday the ball on Its 20. R J. Turner Mr. amt Mrs. Clarence Melton
I P but the that the souvenir programs spon- the Tornadoes took full ad- flagged a Beach aerial and raced
:} day night
| ; 1. The tests are taken every sored by the band will be Issued first- and children have returned from
health card is given only on Wednesday to allow at a football game later In the No Food Sale vantage half effort of Fletcher's and the score weak at the 85 yards up the sidelines for a Toccoa Fa 11 a Institute Toccoa

time for the blood and smear to be examined. season, rather than for the mark was 190. counter. The point try was no Fall, Ga., where they took a
Homecoming game next: week. Plans for a food sale to be conducted -, mid-way good. seven weeks' Bible Study Course,
Some: food and drink establishments are hired The postponement was made necessary by the Presbyterian Ladies That Bradford County cousin- and are welcomed<< back Into the "

'in help in a few instances where the employees because of failure to obtain Auxiliary, on election day have combination R. J Turner and Fletcher played 35 men and group a,

do not have up to date health cards. The health the necessary photographs In been called off it was announced Bobby Turner together with John ball-! Starke only112. Practice for a Thanksgiving

lards. are good for only six months. It Is sug- time. I. ye terday. (Cooler) Anderson proved! a Coach Hobbs announced yesterday program with the children will
, establishment begin next week on Wednesday at 1
t food
> ed that owner of a that the Thanksgiving game I
make a check every all his employees and see to It scheduled to be played here with the regular Bible. Hour
Istheu'hd I :Material\. has already arrivedfor
that* they all have health cards. This notice ArJU'prjjf Green Cove Springs on Oct. 20 Christmas music and will be

! 1 with the cooperation of Camp Blandmg and has been cancelled at the request new, and Inspiring, but the dear +
ealth department. 4L of Green Cove. i old manger melodies will not be

forgotten or neaIected.T .

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lug S7.50 for. soldiers only. We Several
about and we wanted to wait a little while ether ottlowe,
talking hope you folks back home are
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH longer and see. Don't you remember how you felt' buying 'em too. Poker 8CUttt'rl'tl tortJ J
N. G. like
the state? a
when the recent hurricane was sweeping Majors Charles Lykes and covey of qlUlll
Established 1877 The weather man told you it was coming your way, I Edward Peacock of'Tampa by oM hover The ftlll

E. L. Matthews _____________ Editor and Owner that your homes and property might be damaged, but Clarksdale MIss. over us and goes Zero .
end respectively -
somehow you just couldn't believe it--until it struck r light Could be b.lore

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered an Second Class Mattel That same weather man could! have yelled his lungs by (If you will permit blackout Pttlega<<
Stance out entreating to draw a water supply, board up \V.Anderson me to bring the braws- only i In, t4
at the Tout Office at Florida. you T. Sift. A. now, and this
your windows and take other precautions, but chancesare Jr. hats Into this) sleep, an da lap hllp
until the I ,most soldiers, dressed exactlyas Undetected) and he
you'd have fooled around, doing nothing,
', We Have The Evidence wind and the rain finally proved to your entire satisfaction Life here on our newly acquired they In this were world upon; first namely arrival In- a nary bullet a bomb nor fired
to strike. and ,
that the hurricane was going island haa stilled itselfto nothing. When that low flying the trouble Uat al
That, as we see it, was pretty much the picture a garrison tempo with the Zero came over three getting l''TOOe "-I
That President RooseveltDid in those pre-war years. We, the American exception of occasional clashes night ago the brawl boys But now safe pillce, !eo!
people, just couldn't believe the hurricane was between the remnants of the Jap came through their mosquito completed and We have an air
Warn Of WarTo coming our way-until it struck at Pearl Harbor! garrison and our troops man bar and did a marathon for and P-61 night some P.38a, P

Then, of course even the Republican isolationists, ning the outside perimeter defense the same hole, resemblingtwo Jap air corps doesn't tlghtel1,
were willing to pitch in and help board up the line. white flashes of light hara klrl 80 bell
the old saying that "All's fair in love andwar" We have
windows when the fury had already blown off the And with the exception of ning. Major P !got there first, we won't be a f
general acceptance on the part of the public seeing '
roof. Nip air rails.Most dived Into the hole and anymore. 'eh&,
seems to have added a third classification-that of Blame President Roosevelt for our unpreparedness any time of the night a Lykex came tumbling after These fox hole

POLITICS. How stupid 1 How unfair! How utterly despicable!I fellow will awaken to find himself -right on top of Major P. trash cans hake
Ofttimes when candidates those asking to his cot reach-
-even! sitting up in
We have no one to blame but ourselves. Or perhaps,
be honored with positions highest. : trust in the coun- shift ing for his helmet while the air
if insist on producing a whipping boy we might
we in his ears,
try-take the stand and make statements that are raid siren
the blame to Govern r Dewey and Governor Bricker.
Its three warning
deliberate falsehoods: on their very face, we are in- screaming out
too-tolerant attitude and dismissthe If they saw the situation as clearly then as they claim blasts. GI Joe then slips on his II A
clined to
assume a to do now, why did not they warn us themselves? It'sa shoes and goes outside to watch SIARKI
sorry spectacle with the insipid statement that free country, you know, and they had a perfect rightto the flack, ack ack. and search-
"Oh well-I guess he had "to say/: something. Anythinggoes speak out on that subject just as freely and as light show which is better here MIDNIGHT SAT. SUNDAY NOV.
in politics, you know. loudly as Governor Dewey later did in opposing pas most any night than Fourth of !

But some of us are just old-fashioned enough to sage of the Lend-Lease Act. July fireworks ever were at home. rr PUTS YOU IN THE BESTit OF SPIRg
think that the line should be drawn even in politics, .-- .- At a distance the red tracers ;
when it comes to deliberate falsification. of the ack ark Hewn to

In recent weeks we have sat by our radios float lazily upward to where
and heard from the lips of both the Republican the Jap plane reflect the
candidate for President and the Republican candi- glow of the searchlights likea
In the
moth caught
date for Vice-President the charge that President gleam night from a window, and T

Roosevelt' failed to recognize the approaching dan- suddenly the red bubble 'GH
ger of World War II and that he failed to warn bursts with a flash. When
the people of the United States of such danger.In "Charlie" U. near the sky Inon 0-
addition to this insult to our intelligence, we filled with flack It seems.
have sat there and heard audiences of supposedly I' by J. NARRELL, : Incredible that even a spar- ..

normal Americans cheer and applaud such statements row could fly through it

like a pack of blithering idiots. Several kids were years going ago around I rememberthe singing mon who or garden-variety follow their leaders Republicans in- doesn't alive. get Sometimes through "Charlie"It etlher. Tues., Wed., Thurs., Nov. 7, 819

J To call such statements falsehoods or prevarications something about . everything but battle, but I do Of course when the fixing MAXWELL ANDERSON'S
is merely to use nice multiple-syllable words fora think they would do well to
sun's plane nears an overhead -
"Oh It's nice to out walk-
RO consider what the GOP bosses
shorter three-letter one that hits harder and sounds position every Joe scampers -
much harsher. Anyone who is not wholly illiterate, lug.'When ,the sun shines bright have done ,In the past to promotewar for his sand-bagged fox: THE EVE
instead of 'peace. Then too,
who has enough to scan even the headlinesof and gay, hole.
they should remember that war
his daily newspaper and who has the memory of a "But what'll we do, vthat'll and But even the air raids have
is a rich man's gain a poor
six-year-old child knows such charges are despicably we do man's pain. It's the Republican their amusing moments OF ST. MARI
untrue. What we cannot understand is how audiences "On a dew dew Uewey Day?" Industrialist's huckleberry but The Military Police Station,
which Is part of Special Troops,
composed of supposedly truth-loving Americans can If I had Just thought about it we poor and humble are the berry III nearby. Three nights ago when WITH -

listen to such statements cheer the one who utters ooner I would have gone to the pickers. Chailie" came over the area low ANNE BAXTER, WILLIAM EYTIIE and
them and seemingly forget what' they must certainly Democratic convention and suggested And now you know what I enough to strafe the ground with
know in their hearts. that this be made the of- think we'll we doing on "a his MGs Pvt. Edwin Bailey of MICHAEL O'SHEA

If any of our readers have so forgotten-and wecan't Iclal song of the Democratic lew'dew, Dewey day". That's Avenal Cal., who had until then
believe that many of them have-we are glad to campaign why I'm praying )'ou'U think I postponed digging his fox hole,
announce that we have absolute proof in our hands Yes it's nice to go out walk- before you vote next Tuesday. jumped from. his cot ran the few

j that President Roosevelt DID recognize the approaching ng on a bright and sunny day Then the should good you Lord vote visit wrong your, steps and plunged into the pla- From where I sit.. 6 i Joe Marsh
(with Roosevelt), but what'll we may toon's water well, sans trunks.
r world chaos and that he warned the people of this
lo, what'll we do on a dew dew, sins upon you and your chllll- Afterwards he had to be pulled
country, through public utterances, at least FIVE dewey day (with Dewey), Tony ren's heads Instead of me out. Quite a few guys who had
YEARS before we were actually involved in war. mind that'sums up the whole and mine. Sherman said that been too lazy to do it before dug Crackerbarrelversus
Although we know a thing to be true, it is always situation to a T. war Is hell and I've had fox holes that night. Nobody
a source of satisfaction to have the proof downin Next Tuesday November 7, enough of war to want no 'MAKES you dig a hole here like
black and white. We are therefore indebted to one Is the day set apart for old part of hell. they did 4n Louisiana maneuvers, Dog HouseMost

of our readers who this week brought into our office man John Q. Public his good C . . . . . . but everyone has one now.
an issue of the Florida Times-Union dated January 4, wife and adille-pated, daughter That same. night; an AA of the political conventions cracker-barrel Is for then\
g 1936. In streamer' headlines, across the front-page of to decide Just whether we Woodla Mlu"lI. whose faulty mechanism in our: town are held around help protectit-andalltheo
want a World War to come failed to explode It In the the cracker-barrel Sam Aber- freedoms In Amcrlca-bj '
this issue were the words: .
I again and again, about every By Mr. Myrle Rafuse sky, landed among the Pla- nethy's store. Ing.Folks that just!tjlkt:!J
. . . .
C r
25 yearn ,till Gabriel C C toon's tents and then proceeded don't count here."
"ROOSEVELT WARNS AGAINST toots his horn, or If we wantto to explode. No one We were settling how the
WAR MENACE ABROAD"We at (leant. make an honest There will be services at the received so much as a scratch.Technical country should be run the other From where I sit, It dw
effort toward outlawing war Woodlawn Baptist Church each Sergeant Eddie Cole, night when Homer Watson make any difference hOlD;
have this issue of the Times-Union in our of- packing something besides Sunday with Sunday School at of Mobile Ala., the Headquarters starts to put In a word. vote-the Important thing lit!
fice and will place it on display in a front window this pen ohooters to see that It 10:30 and church at 11:00.: ThereIs Company mess sergeant responsible you Do vote. Call It a sr
week-end. We hope that any readers who are in doubt stays outlawed. If you thinka also Young People's Meetingat for the feeding of up to 550 "Walt a minute Homer, Sam rightifyouwanttobuttonthe
on this point will avail themselves of the opportunityto good war every now and 6:30: and church Sunday nightat men three times 'a day was said sharply, "did" you vote In Is the bedrock of the whole!
drop by and refresh their memories. This mind you then Is "Ju t too thrilling and 7:30.: Sunday Nov. 12. the watching the extra heavy flack last election? of democracy.
profitable for words" then public is invited to a basket din show that night. "Well, boys", "
"Well Homer "I
was back in the days when Mussolini was the big dog fumbled
ner on the church grounds. Come
in the European aggression picture and was just be- vote for those Republican he drawled "we gotta buy more was awful busy just at the time."
and bring your lunch preparedto
But If you're con bonds-they shot up a hell of a ,
e ginning to launch his attack on helpless Ethiopia. vinced the old "do nothing" stay all day. lots of 'em tonight And many "That don'\ matter Sam Inelsts. .

. The article following the headline quoted Presi, attitude Is a flop and wantto Rev. and Mrs. O. J. Raulerson soldiers do buy a bond each month "Free speech around this
dent Roosevelt as saying: .. . the United States and give world cooperation a spent last week at the home of by an allottment from pay and
the rest of the Americas can play but one role- try-vote for Mr. Roosevelt.Of . Mr. and Mrs L. W. Page. there Is a special $10 bond cost- No. 104 eta Series Copyright 1944, Drawing InJtalrjf'

,% through a well-ordered neutrality to do nought to encourage course. If you are a dyed-
i the contest, THROUGH ADEQUATE DEFENSE n-the-wool Republican, there mayo
some excuse (though poor)
to ourselves from embroilment an"through

example save and all legitimate encouragement and :'or'or, being you voting one, you the haven't GOP enough ticket, Have a Coca-Cola = Going our ?

assistance to persuade other nations to return to the nother-wlt to know better. But way

ways of peace and good will." 'or a white man a Southern gen
"I trust that these objectives . will be carried tleman and a God-fearing human ?
forward by cooperation between this Congress and the being to do so Is worse treachery -
President," Mr. Roosevelt continued. But did the Re- than Benedict Arnold ever -
publican isolationists in Congress cooperate? Let Mr. reamed. of . for while he only -- ; ; :
rled to betray his country . ;
Dewey and Mr. Bricker answer THAT one.
The fact that President Roosevelt's warning war YOU WILL.
about it.
to maybe-so
strong enough to be heard not only in this countrybut _f this country goes Republican
around the world is shown by a United Press dispatch ,vith a Republican president
in the same issue of the Times-Union reporting Souse and senate we will have
the following interpretation of his speech in London: mother World War within the 0
"President Roosevelt's warning bf the threat to world text 30 years. If we voters had
peace profoundly impressed the English public and elected a Democratic senate and epMp /r r Jt
government quarters. Ills address was regarded as- house to back up Woodrow Wil-
t. aligning the United States more firmly than since the lon's peace plans we probably
wouldn't be In the agony we are
World War against militant expansionist countries"A today. When we failed In that
responsible government spokesman in England the next best thing we could have
characterized the speech as . avoiding entangle- :lone wa to have backed up President -
ments but making clear that the vast authority of the Roosevelt In his efforts to
United States would be exerted against those either avert this war. However, although -
momentarily seeking fresh conquests or contemplating the Democrats did all
them." they could the Republicans as
The London dispatch concluded that the speech usual wanted another little roundso

was expected to exercise a strong diplomatic influence they could replenish their depleted -
strengthening the stand of such countries as Great bank accounts by selling
9 Britain, France and Russia and the weaker countries Uncle Sam five cents worth of
war material for seven.ninety-
facing danger of possible attack.
f ..' .1..1 1. ;
That then is the: irrefuta uu:: "evidence" perjuring A leopard never changes
the statement of Mr. Dewey and Mr. llricker hit spot. *, nor will Republican '
that President Roosevelt failed to warn the peopleof bosses ever reach heaven for yr

this country of an impending world war. advocating world peace. As
We have always felt and still now feel that if the old tut I am now, I have no . or meeting a comrade in Northwest Canada
people of the United States had listened to Presiden' Idea I'll live long enough to 1 -

R:.>osevelt and if the members of Congress (largely the nee another war. But If you Friendship comes easy to allies devoted to common causes and borders -
Republican isolationist element) had cooperated witl disregard my warning and without f
then twenty or thirty guns. Have a "Coke", say the Yank to the i
YftU'Sfrown sergeant Canadian
his wishes rather than try to obstruct them on ever) mountie, _
hand, the war might have already been fought am department BOW the send War you or a black Navy and he's talking a lingo of friendship that both understand. That's the Informal i / / /
won, at a consequent saving of millions of lives anc'billions .
bordered special delivery letter North American
of dollars. announcing death of way to say Greetings, friend It's the same informal way to t' I! '

But why not acknowledge our stupidity anc: I your son or grandson In battle put friends at ease in your own living room, too. From the Yukon !
shoulder the blame like men? Why not admit th: don't lay your grief at to the
. truth, which is nothing more or less 'than the fact tha' God's. feet but place It around Gulf, Coca-Cola stands for the pause that refresh-A symbol of a friendly

# r, we, the people, could not bring ourselves to believe the your neck with a halter and. way to get along with folks. naltlt'
1 bloody tales we heard from Europe and could not conceive like Judo of old, go off andhang I,',natural forto.cqu.refn popular bbrcviJ"

of our own country being attacked and involve, yourself and save your SOmiO UNOtl AUTHOIITY OF TNt COCA-COIA COMPANY T a bear
in war. We DID hear President Roosevelt's warning country the trouble. dons. That' why YU
but we weren't quite sure that he knew what he wa; Now as I said before. I have STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. cocaco\\a catkJ "CDkc'
10 crow to
pick with the com

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I I visiting relatives here last week. and Mrs 1;:. C Sapp In Gum attended the Union Meeting at
[radford Hi School Journal Brooker end.Mrs. Branch, Sunday Evergreen Baptist Church, Sun
I J. B. Russ and childrenof Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and day.
Orlando were visiting Mr. and children were visiting at the
MriJ. C. A.
Crosby and childrenof
By Joyce Atkinson
. . . . . . Mrs Vance Russ this week. home of Mr. and Mrs T N. Norman Brooker were visiting Mr. and
Society NotesSome Pvt. Audrey Gansc of Camp Sunday afternoon.Sunnybj1lj.
[ Staff Enjoy I Mrs. W. T. Crosby, Sunday after
NEW Blandlng was visiting relatives
Green of the students have tak Navy Day ProgramThe CHruniMembers JU'lunXG : here last weekend. . . noon.
or-OhMta of the Church of God
Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Oliverof
en time out to get married. Mrs Rufus Atkinson and Mrs.
Bobby TurnerLlor Navy Day Program this here have started on their new Jacksonville were visiting Mr.
Among those were: Marjorie Hall A. Ganne and baby son of
Biographies Lora shared building. It is to be built of and" Mrs. J, N Kelly,
f of the Senior Class who married year was by the pupilsof Bainbridge, Ga., were visiting : Sunday.
as and Frances Colley) Merle Packham, and Freida Bur- Bradford High School. stone blocks and is being erected relatives here this week lly Mm. Aomin Crawford Mrs Ports Ingram and children -
Hutto where the tent which ,they have . have returned to their homeIn
St"w-Gamita The Mr. and Mrs F. K. Russ and
ton of the eleventh grade. We are program was sponsored by
been using, stood. They have I I Philadelphia, Miss They have
['Barbara KeenItlograpMe glad to that is the American Legion, which was son Edwin of Orlando are visiting
say Marjorie
d go- been planning the building for Pvt. Alton Dobbs of Camp Ulan-; been staying at the home of Mr
Mr. and Mrs. Russ this
*-Dorothy represented by Messrs.
to finish this Arch
here Ing year regardlessof some time and have enough mon ding spent the week-end with hlwl1'e and Mrs. C. C. Crosby
y and Marie Edwards the fact she is married. Thomas, L. D. Vlning, Floyd ey on hand to build it. week. : and daughter. On Sunday Remember Church services at
Green Cpl. I. C. Kelly of Valdosta
and E.
tiew+-.titans Kelley We are sorry that we didn't Ferryman. For a place no larger than Ga., spent the weelfend with his they visited his father, Arch Corinth Baptist Church eve r J i'
LJ Feature* Marlon John have a game October 20th. It We had the pleasure of having Brooker, we have ample space family. Dobbs, who is 111 in the State 2nd Sunday, Rev. Batton ('k ,

Betty Hazel Green may have been a stormy week butI with us as our guest speaker Lt. for persons of any religion to Farm Hospital Jacksonville will pastor the
d think many of the'Starkeites Commander Robert C. Dose of worship God. We have three well Mrs. Floyd Wiggins of New Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and church for this year. Everyone

and students of BHS were look- the Naval Air Station In Jack- established churches within River Pinholster was last visiting week. Mrs. Rosa Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brown., "'will be welcome '!i
ing forward to the game. On the sonville. Another great honor to Brooker and three in nearby
orial other hand, the students can't us was the presence of one of sites. If everyone were Interested Cpl. and Mrs. Resale Colson

| Lawtey section of, the get over the thought of the Tor- our former students, who Is now in a better life, all these! buildings and baby daughter of Valdosta,
he serving In the United Ga., were the weekend guests of
States Army would be full
Iiwo weeks ago was a guff- nadoes making such an excellent each Lord's Day.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson.
Air Forces
that in my opinion was victory over Fletcher last Friday Ralph Rholes Following are the schedules for I
... good one. .It suggestede night. That was the whole conversation The school band was In full the different churches: We are very glad to report I
that Mrs. C. J. Crews Is much ,
have a section of Torna- Monday. We are still swing with the playing of theNavy's Cliurvn of God Sunday School, Id"
better after ill for
l led by a pretty girl. hoping that we win the game this song "Anchors Away", 10:30: to 11:00: ; Regular Services, being '
schools have such things Friday night, November 2nd, with and ending with the National Anthem 11:30: to 12:30: ; Evening Services,
can't we?, I am sure White Springs.. So come on out after which the- flag salute 8:30: to 9::30. Pastor, Rev. Willis Mrs. Rufus Atkinson and Mrs OL
here hy are some teachers who and( help root for the boys. They was led by Billy Smith and the Baptist: Sunday School, 11:00to : Aubrey G arise of Bainbridge, a*., '

be glad to help get it will .need it. benediction by Rev. Lewis D. 12:00: Morning Services 12:00to : Pvt. Aubrey Gnnae of Camp EP51M..M
if enough are Interested. Haines. 1:00: : Evening Services 8:30: to Blandlng and :Mrs. Mary Anne
[I The Hallowe'en party at the Atkinson, were dinner guests of
make the games a lot 9:30.: Pastor Rev. C. A. Crosby.
nld Catholic USO was a great sue Mr. and( Mrs. C. 1. Atkinson, ...
interesting If a section of Senior News Church of ChrUt Bible Class, ? I
tens thanks to Mrs. Cooper's Sunday.
girls paraded on the field 11:00 to 11:45: ; Morning worship,
games instead of a, bunchy great efforts. The Seniors are getting ready 11:45: : to 12:30: ; Services on 1st Miss Ruby Ward( of Starke

,' chasing after a ball. for the Homecoming Game. and 3rd Sundays by R. H. Brooker visited her parents, Saturday ,

)ee If we can't put this Idea 10-H NewsWe The sponsors, Marian Johns of Gainesville and on 2nd and Mills Lubedta Pinholster, Mrs.
and Barbara Home 4th Sundays by Joe Green of V. V. Hazen, and Mrs. Fred Haz- ,
have been
elected class officers last Starice.Everyone. en and son, Charles, were shop
elected and
some of the various
week. They are as :follows: Is cordially Invitedto ping in Jacksonville, Thursday.
committees have been appointed. meet with any of these Ftpl-Cola Company, Long Island CI,,,. N.._Y.
Bobby Dyal-President. The Dance and Reception Committee churches. . . . . . . Fr"nchi,1'nottJ"r\ : l'EI'SI.'OI.nO'l"fI.ING ('0. of Jacksonville.
ref At Last Charles Mooney Vice-Presl- Is: Oleta Green, chairman,

dent. Bobble Beckham, Cozette Sapp, CARNIVAL ENJOYEDThe Pine Level

Joyce Moore--Secretary. Helen Lott, and Mary Ellen Was- Hallowe'en Carnival held
rYourCough Margaret din. The Field Decoration Com lust Saturday was a huge success fly Mr.. II. M. McRae 53-Car Trainload Produce Sale
ir Carter-Treasurer. mittee is: Lora Crews, chairman, Mrs. Graves, the music . . . . . . .
,., . .. .
Dorothy Lappe-Reporter. r I w Mwd.r Lr.WMn. t a.r
-imulslon relieves promptly befit Elise Green Carnlta Hutto, and teacher from Gainesville, won
(goes right to the seat of the James Assistant Re- Frances Colley. the quilt which was raffled off. Rev. :Majos of Palatka filled the
le loosen and expel porter. pulpit at Pine Level Sun day
to help With the reins in these Sandra Jones was crowned Junior 9
linden phlegm, and aid naturehe girl'shands morning and evening and with his .
We the Queen and J. C. McNeil. Junior
and heal raw tender In- sponsored dance after I know we will have won-
wife dinner of
was a guest Mr.
1 bronchial mucous mem- the game with St. Paul. It wasa derful results. Come qut that King; lean Atkinson, Senior and Mr. H. H. Lewis.
Tell your druggist to sell youe great success. Queen and Thomas Hamilton, Sen-
night, and for
see yourself
of Creomulsion with the un- ior King. The queens were Rev and,I :Mrs W. "E. Hall at. r1
ding you must like the way it We elected Jackie Haskins and awarded cross necklaces and the tended the fellowship' meeting in '
; allays the cough or you are Charles Mooney as our represent- Senior BiographiesBilly kings identification : bracelets.The Tampa Sunday. 1
your money back. atives to the Youth Council. -
Cpl and Mrs Ronald Wilson of
attendants box
were given a
1EOMULSIONmzhsChest Your Reporters, Ilrooks of candy. :Miss: Helen Barry was Chicago, 111., have moved Into our THIS WEEK ONLY HURRY!

Colds,Bronchitis James & Dot Billy Brooks was born in Evergreen selected Candy Queen and awarded community and we welcome them

Ala., March 8.' 1927. He a beautiful: gift. The total here. Tho Potato Buy Of The Year! *
I moved to Wauchula and stayed profit of the carnival was Farmers in this vicinity are be-
through the third He The T. wishes to ginning to kill hogs and grind
ompt Service Careful Drivers grade. at- 27716. P. A. U. S. 1 MainePOTATOES
tended the :fourth grade in At- thank each and everyone of you cane.Dinner
more, Ala. He then moved to who helped to make it the suc- guests of Mr. and Mrs.

STARKE TAXI SERVICEand Greenville, Fla., where he stayed cess that it was. H. M. McRae Sunday were Cpl.
and :Mrs. Ronald Wilson and niece,
R. K. Dukes and IEIECTFD
until he reached the eighth grade, :Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Edna Jones, Miss :Mary Lou
after which he came to BHS. family of Dukes Station were ;,
Alvarez of Vanderbilt, Cpl. Frank QlI .
visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis,
Billy says he Intends to work York of Camp Blandlng, and Miss +
In his father's store all his life,, Tuesday Gwendolyn McRae. 10' Ibs 35c
MACK'S TAXI SERVICEPhone Mra. E. J. Lewis and Mrs.
so we all expect to see a great Wilson Green were in Gainesvilleon Remember the services at Pine 'H

store out of the Brooks Trading business, Monday.Mr. Level every Sunday morning and

150 Post. evening.Mr. Sco'eof More Hot Priced Fruits & Vegetables!
Billy's likes are: chocolate malteds and Mr. Harvey Baxter I .,and Mr*. B. ,M..McRae and
0 Day .. Night of ]Jacksonville dinner of Mr,
and girls, especially brunettes and :family were family were guests

I He dislikes only chemistty. '
His hobby is collection of old ,, 1

We all wish Billy all the luck '
AMENDMENT NO. 5 in the world. THE

Is a Threat ToFlorida's A Bobble blonde Grant was FLORIDA NATIONAL GROU ,I t

dropped to Mr.\ and Mrs R. L.

WelfareWho Beckham in Hawthorne, on March 'I I

5, 1927. This is none other than . ITS DEPOSITORS"A. :

our own popular Bobble Beck- '. "
Wants This Who Will Bear the ham.Hawthorne > "

AMENDMENT was lucky to have .
? Burden? : I
Bobble attend school there for
'. "
The &uor!? Who Thc Farmer and Grow- eleven years. During last sum- '
Get De- mer she started working for

pressed Values. er Who Has to Sell His Southern Bell Telephone Co. and 141,305 CUSTOMERS rUse
transferred to our worthy acad-

Crops. emy of learning. "
Tie Mortgage Holders Bobbie Is blonde with blue .
the Friendly Services of
Who Profit When Times The Wholesaler and Re- eyes. She weighs 125: pounds and ,1
five feet, 6 1-2 inches tall
is i
Are Bad. v.."< taller Who Must Sell I I Bobbie loves dancing, the Navy Florida National Group BanksFrom : I

His Goods. and Marines and sports, especially ,
The Employers Who football and basketball, andI

Profit i Most When The Manufacturer Who might add, a certain boy in the .. Key West to Pensacola the constructive policy of helping !

senior class. Her favorite foodis of in the development of their communities -| rf
virtually every major center
Wages and Salaries Are Must Sell in Order to hamburgers. Bobble dislikesa and the I

Low. J:, combination of red and yellow commerce, industry, agriculture their state '
His Plant
Keep Going. and bell peppers.We 'i' and recreation in Florida is served ''Southeast by making loans that 'J&

(And the Owners pi Property and Securities) to BHS are and glad wish to welcome her all Bobbie the ; ,'j by one of the 15 member banks will create new enterprises or help J ?

things that go with a long and r '. of the Florida National Group. in the expansion of established)

WHY ? happy life. 't The total number of customers enterprises.: These banks are not, ,
-, ,; dollars idle
keeping '
Crews "
Lora "
Because if Industry and business find It Impossible to of these banks is 141,405. This is because there is when s
On Thanksgiving, 1926, Mr, and no progress f. J.. '
continue present contractual relations between management 11 large of Florida's
Mrs. G. E. Crews had a third a segment population docs work. '
and labor In Florida, relations which must child. The child was blessed with .,:j and of its various types of money not ,.

eXpense continue, we cannot avoid chaos and confusion at the the name of Anna Lora Crews. 1 business enterprises- Remember This policy outlines our conception -"] .
of the general welfare When she grew up she droppedthe .
;< of our to our 141,405; : t :
the services
Anna. She was born on a this, because we give I' ;'
THIS AMENDMENT WILL AFFECT EVERY little farm in Bradford Countyand these customers daily have en customersandtotheareaweserve.iduring : = :. : 'rand :!-
FLORIDA POCKET ADVERSELY later moved south to Grove- effect on Florida's-growth We provide the most modern ; :- '"
land. When she was five they '.',
Remember the author of Amendment 5 Is'the same moved to the State Farm. Lora prosperity. facilities and friendly service: yes1! .'3 '

man who led the fight against the Homestead Amend- started to school: at BUS then I -but we !look beyond this to cur :
meat In 1934. The adoption of which we all know. and now she is a Senior. A bank in itself nothing but : : /H,

fait out of business In Florida, the tax speculators who '{Her likes are sport, shrimpand ,. for It's the customers'! opportunities to con f .:...;'
crew -' ;I < a repository money. tribute the growth of the whole : 4w
rich In buying up delttiquent taxes. dancing. She dislikes few .... to
things, but one that really get .. men who operate the bank and community and to the ways in I .

The author of Amendment No. 5 on the ballot her 1* red and yellow worn to- #: the customers who patronize it which we can give them maxi,' ;

boasted Tuesday.of November advice in 7.1934.gave you what he gether.Lora has started working with ;0 ,who* make a bank an important mum assistance through loans

good the Southern Bell Telephone Co. implement for community proand services to further their own :o.:

Can you depend upon this man's advice now-wtienM We wish you luck. 1 'gress. . or who can keep it from and their state's advancement. '

tens you Amendment No. &5 gives you the "Right I
to being little more than a convenient
Work" T 'at a time when everyone who wants RELIEF FROM This we believe to be our dutv a
work has If he Is able and willing. QUICK place to keep money '
a job waiting for him Symptom of ObtrtM Arising from This is the policy we follow, well- j
safe and idle.
knowing that as our customers

BE NOT DECEIVED DUE TO EXCESS ACIDrr.eaookTeikefHom.Traatarsntthat All banks of the Florida prosper and as Florida grows, we. .
National Group are devoted to will grow and prosper. too. -

VOTE AGAINST Must Help er H WW Cost Yo.NothingO
.w two million battle.of th.WILLARD
TREATMBNTh: ea sold for nlM of
ymptonu old""". .....ArteiDff from ae- ,,/ .,., .' FLORIDA NATIONAL
AMENDMENT NO. 5 Mid O* .4.n.l Ulfn due to EMM.AcW_
p..r D......_ _MM or U-' MMHM. '. H..-'........ ......_.5., GROUP of BANKS , l" 7
I due to CM. A..... Sold.. 1&da 7.'trUJ
CITIZENS COMMITTEE OPPOSED TO Auk for "W111 ,d'. .--" which full/ r
upJalna this creac..G.-....-*s


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\ CLUBS Joint BanquetFor IMrs. W. B. Murrdy I I I remark club are made still by chuckling Florence over Brown the

I. SOCIETY and Baptist R. A.s Gives LuncheonFor I when she arrived at the session
lookin' like a million" in new
J And BrotherhoodAs Mrs. BeaversMrs. black an' teal blue crepe dress,

Mrs.. Brown HostessAt Night Bridge Club a fitting preliminary to "R. : W. B. Mundy entertainedat sprightly her hair and matching even wearing feathers Nylon in

Bridge Luncheon Guests At SupperMr. A. Focus Week" a banquet was luncheon Tuesday for Mrs. Nell hose! . When' one of the mem-
at the Baptist Church Mon- Beavers, who is the house guest
given -
Mrs M. F. Brown entertained and Mrs. O. L. Beasleyand day night to which not only the of her mother, Mrs. W. N. Northof bers paid her a deserved compliment
';' at a bridge luncheon at her homeon Mrs. J. W. KincaId entertained fathers of the R. A.'s but all The State Farm. The living' she remarked, "And Just

Walnut St. last .Friday. The the members of their nigh men of the church were Invited. and dining rooms of her home on think of doing all this dressingup Sun., Mon.. Nov. 5
-0; rooms lined were decorated with bridge club at a shrimp supper This was another case of "a little Church St., were decorated with for a bunch of women!" . u.-: 611S
dwarf chrysanthemums. and black Monday night at their home on child hall lead them," for at Bon Bon Zinnias and coral vine. Add things to worry about! Gertrude '
j. Walnut St. the conclusion of the banquet, The luncheon table was covered .
eyed ausans. number 50 . _
The room used was decorated n Inspirationaltalk with a handsome linen and lace Beasley's -
and following a
The guests were served Coca- with "blackeyed susan and tlthonias by J. Harrison Griffin, State luncheon set and was centered Add things to look forward to- : r tThose pre. tltKA

:. Cola upon their arrival and at and the guests were seatedat BrotherhoodJSecretary, a Brother- with a low arrangement; of zinnias BHS Homecoming next week . \ 8 f '' ill

:' the bridge session, scores were a long supper table covered hood chapter was organized In and coral vine. 'I ( ..In their
kept on unique tallies, featuring with a yellow and white checked this church. After, delightful twocourseluncheon. isn't supposedto f'rsflnagearhJ
Carolyn ,
'..', cut-out figures made of stamps cloth. The table was tlthonlaa centered The 41 men present were enrolled -I Mrs. Mundy presentedher Maybe be a "reformer", but couldn'thelp : .ond. their fiiesfo'U'; !
'" conclusion of the game with an arrangement \
the the
At as charter members of honor guest, Mrs. Beavers, noticing what a dangerous
f' high was won by Mrs. O. L. and was well In balanced fiesta by holders.four Starke Baptist Brotherhood. with a linen handkerchief as a proposition we have on 'Gator s. .
Deaaley and second high by Mm blue candles of Hallowe'en There were 34 R. A'a present gift of remembrance. Those present Creek bridge on the G'ville high- iwo
J.: W. Kincaid. Mr. E. L. Matthews Place card design.tallies i were with their leaders-Mrs. C. O. with Mr. MuQ'dy and Mrs way . A real menace' . d
was the winner at bingo. Priest, leader of the junior group, Beavers, were Mrs. W. N. North, Hope something's done about stand 7 culoWOyl
At 1:30 the guests' were served Following supper, four progressions and V. H. Garden, leader of the Mrs. W. B. MIddleton and Mrs soon! . So long . See busling! tit?

,, a delightful three-course luncheon at the of bridge conclusion was of playedand the Intermediate group. C H. Nasworthy. you at Homecoming! . upper crud
at a table centered with dwarf The R. A. colors, blue and gold, -Carolyn.
held by Mr. and(! wide
and places were game, high decorations openl i itt
chrysanthemum were carried out in the -
and BTU Members HaveHallowe'
Mrs. J. 1;. Wilson for men
laid on a hand made luncheon and the flowers-hy-
women, respectively.Guests .
cloth. drangeas and marigolds. Above en Party 'k
o Those present with the hostess with Mr. and Mrs. Beas- the horseshoe shaped table were DRY CLEANING: i i1
ley and Mrs. Klncaid<< were Mr. Mrs. Frank Landrum and Mrs.
were Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mrs. L. large seals of the R. A. and
.. and Mrs J. E. Wilson, Mr. and Freeman Register, Jr., leader and
F. Chapman, Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Brotherhood. The menu, plan-
Mrs. L. D. Vining :Mrs J. W. Mrs. L. D. Vining, Mr. and Mrs. ned and served by the Women'sMlsslon'ary co-leader of the Jr. B.T.U., en- DONE THEMODERN
W. B. Sewell, Mrs. Edward tertained members of the class at
Kincaid, Mrs O. L. Beasley and Society of the church,
Burns, and Mrs. H. B. McLendonof cocktail a Hallowe'en party, Tuesday from WAY!
Mrs. E. L Matthews. consisted<< of apple juice ,
., Orlando, Mrs. M. F. Brown, fried chicken, string beans, can- 6 til 8, at the home of Mrs. Reg-
and Mrs. E. L. Matthews.PriesterGarrett salad ister on Call St.
K died yams, com binatlon .
bread and butter, lemon pie, cof- Hallowe'en decorations were up
JUST fee, and nuts.Toastmaster. In the rooms used for the games
Us Clean
Let Dry
I" for the occasionwas and contests' which were, enjoyed. -
ANYONEYou Miss Esther Garrett, daughterof A, J. Thomas. Others taking After games, refreshments of Your Winter Wardrobe -
Rev. F. M. Garrett of this open-faced sandwiches made to
part on the program in ad-
city, and Pvt. Thayer Priester, Now
dition to J. Harrison Griffin resemble pumpkins and jack-o-
son of Mrs. Annie Priester, of lanterns, cookies and punch were
were B. D. Law, L. D. Haines, T.
do not haveto S, C., were married
Hampton served. ''
B. Harding, Ralph Alvarez, Jr., .A ,
be socially, po- Oct. 20th in Jacksonville. V. H. Carden, and L. A. Shep- The Hallowe'en motif was fur- TREACHER

herd. ther carried out by the favors All Dry Cleaning ARTHUR a
litically or eco-
which were baskets holding colored HUUONRIRr
nomically important Mrs. E. K. Perryman' spent candy. The hostesses were Guaranteed To MARION
!It 'oaJn.t make Sunday and Monday in Jackson- assisted! in serving by Mrs. Free- : ( GRAN' 1NOMS S GOMEZ
to secure'personal ville with her niece, Mrs. B. S. man Register, Sr., Mrs. Charles RiINE ,
Carroll. Wade and Mrs Edith Mosely.
Atten, Nartir Bea Lod 6td '
much SISTERS ,
ctififtetanca 3
tion. We give to .4. iRE OSBORNE .
all, regardless ofc R NEW w ORCHESTRA
whether lose ,
you your
1 r c u mstances, METHODCLEANERS '

our most inter- car by fire, theft or collitlionComprehensive -

ested consideration. and

Collision Insurance will Well it looks to me like the Seems the neighbors paid off

goblins are going sissy on us . handsomely in tld-blts rather ROBERT GREEN, Owner
protect you.Charley Not that I mind! . Never did than risk the threatened pranks! 315 Temple Avenue

relish waking up the morning . 'Recommended to record collectors br.dd try JEAN YARBROUG 4 UNIVERSAL MCTUM Produttd lp EOMUNOl
ThompsonWilliams after Halowe'en and finding the : Hlldegarde's version of I
porch rockers ini the near eat "Llll Marlene". Decca 72237 . .
Inc.FUNERAL E. Johns sycamore tree and the dog house Recommended to chile connois-

out in the ,middle of the street seurs: Van Camp's preparatlon-
DIRECTORS . But does seem as If the cornea in jars . Hear Dooley
Phone IS STARKE FLA.fUprtMMIna pranks get tamer and tamer every Davis had the honor of being a iN a
Gainesville Fla. NAt
year . About the only way we "little sister" at the traditional wmi i
know it's Hallowe'en nowadaysIs FSCW investiture ..ceremony last -
l Phone 433 1 THE TRAVELERS HartfordStarke's by a little amateur soap artis- week -. . 'A*,

try on the downtown store win- 1

dows .. . Unless, like Piney Presbyterian":members are still .
Brown, you happen to live in a wondering what unknown benefactor -
neighborhood where they're staging left that nice circulating oil
finestRestaurant a scavenger bunt . Hear heater in the jchurch recentlya Rexall '

Wrs. B. had a very, very busy I most welcome gift . Hear ,
Hallowe'en Seems one item !Mignon (Sisson) LaMorte Is backin COLD CAPSULES .25 & .50
on the youngsters' list to "scav- a New York hospital after a
enger" was Piney's autograph and few weeks at the home of Bill's

and she was called to the door no less parents . She hopes, however, I Rexall Dozen
Bar than 20 times Bet she didn't to be in Fla. by Xmas . Bill :
even have time to get out and is expected to "ship out" moat'

soap up her neighbor's windows! any minute now . Glimpsed at BLUE COLD CAPSULES .5ij
. .
the football game in G'ville Sat'-
The day night: Junius an' Virginia '

Party at the USO-NCCS was Smith, Grover an:' Virginia Alison 9
quite a colorful event with all the L. F (Pickles) Smith, Jac- GROVES COLD TABLETS 35c Size
youngsters in town getting a quelin Andrews escorted by beau-' ,
chance: to "dress up" to their coup Lieutenants . Hear Loy- !
4y heart's content . Sandra Johns ree Hartman is 'in Orlando be- : VICK'SVAPORUBJ
oggeVtco B looked like a picture off a calen- cause of her sister's Illness . ..
dar with her long curls and rosy .1

oa cheeks set off by a quaint colonial Spotted an' Jottte: The well-
Y W .. costume . Carol Jennings madea groomed Rita (Mrs. Z. W.) Street HILLS COLD TABLETS .19
\0" oo dazzling white and blue butterfly back in town after spending the '0
. \ '. while Lu Green was a dashing summer with her children': in
0 \. Carmen M I anda, completewith Mexico, Mo. . Incidentally,
and fruit-basket headdress and she's lookin' for;'a room (as who 4-WAY COLD TABLETS Rl9
A all the other trappings , Kas- Isn't?) . Frances Hartmann
par Duncan (Jr.) looked, just like replacln Thelma Alvarez, who

chases that familiar you with old a Satan pitchfork who in recently ing Board resigned. . Irene at the Lewis Ration-be- Rexall NASAL SPRAY with# Ephedrine .25 & 'SO

your nightmares and first-prize- moaning the fact she's on the
winner Buzzle Green was a dashIng -
ailing Hat and also on a diet-of
Russian Cossack , Inci- all things-that hard-to-get item .
dentally, Buzzle Is the bored first- -pIneapple Juice! Scootle COUGH REMEDIES
Visit Our liar, M grader who recently voiced his Duke proudly displaying a Made-
desire to quit school and "go in-Japan postcard sent to her by
back to farming!'.' . bro-In-law, T. K. McClane who CHERROSOTE 75 -
Newly Decorated _...._.
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found It ding\ one of those tP '
Hear Markey an' Florence Pacific island Invasions . .
In Brown Kaspar and Margaret REXILLANA ______ __ _ __ __.... ____ .50
A Clever Evalyn Ritch hard at work Tues-
Rose Duncan went In for a tradi- day'on the addition to her garage 1.09
B tional Hallowe'en by ringing apt. . Johnny Redgrave a- CREOMULSION, Large Size __ ;.._ _
Marine Motif neighborhood doorbells (heavily round town showing off his two 1

masked, of course) and boldly demanding cute youngsters . "Buzzard"and
"Treats or tricks! ., family recently moved from Build Up Resistance WARD OFF COLDS

Lawtey to Jaxville . .

I To Colds WITH
The night-to-Work" That white silk evening dress' ,.? tvJQ 0
Amendment you'll see Mae Priest wearing Is \Ja JjJ)1J1D8( Oral Cold SerumVACOGIN

O made from a captured Nazi para-; ,1
,, DOES NOT chute Hear Joe Wilson and' .
SIZZLINGSTEAK Choppy Beasley were quite elated VIMMS, reg. size ---------________ .,...49VIMMS
Prevent a person Joininga and Dohme
,union. over being the only men present, Sharpe
ten lovely ladies, when
LOBSTER Interfere with the rightto Ige. size _____149 $1.50ASK
Jeanette Kincaid and the Beas- ----------- -
SHRIMP strike. leys served their bridge club a YOUR DBVGCIST FOB
Prevent picketing. Creole shrimp II upper Monday '
CHICKEN O Prohibit collective bargain night . Seems most of the --------- DETAILED !
ing. other men in the club were at-
tending a church . Be-
supper HALIBUT
IT DOES lieve you me, Joe Andrews (Jr.) LIVER OIL CAPS _____99 Gifts For Et'ergoneCOD
Outlaw the "Closed was a happy G. I. as he boardedthe
for Yale University to study Japanese -I
SANDWICHES Goanaiteca employment to . Quite an honor the I -
every person, union and non- Army has bestowed upon him
union alike.Specifically I'll say . Especially since the
SALADS protects the Jap language is considered twiceas
puzzling as a WPB question-
right of employees to bargain
made to order collectively. naire! . Also seen leaving on
the streamliner Monday: Virginia
"It IS SIMPLEAMERICANISM" Anderson on her way to Gulf-
: port. Miss., where she was wed THE REXALL DRUG STOREStarke

325 TEMPLE AVENUE Vote FOR Amendment No. 5, Tuesday eveningto Sgt. Eddie
Schwab . .
Nov. 7th Phone 64, Florida

Members of the afternoon bridge


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IBITS LOCAL Mrs. N. T. Rltch, Jr., movedto Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brown Mrs. Resale Colson and baby 1.. -
of NEWS >--"--------------- ....
Avon Park Monday to be with spent Monday in Jacksonville.Miss daughter, spent la at week herewith -110
her husband, who is employed by Gayje Sewell and Mrs Mrs Colson's parents, Mr. CAN USE MORE PULPWOODWHITE
the Seaboard Railway there. James Diffenbaugh of Starke and Mrs. F. F. Plume. Cpl. Ci>l-
E l Miwson, MrlJ. D. S. Miss Louise Stern spent Tuesday Mrs. H. B. McLendore returnedto were among the Seniors taking son came Sunday and together LE TIMBER: DEPARTMENT
and In : J
Mitchell Jacksonville.Mrs. .
Mt ,i M. vlsitam her home In Orlando yesterday part in the traditional ceremonyof they returned to their home in \ ; CORPORATION OF AMERICA
'LUCJlIl' Mitchell were A. B. Baker and son of after spending few days Investiture at FSCW Talla- Valdosta Ga. FERNANDINA FLA.
svllle recently. Jacksonville spent last week-eud here because of the Illness
hassee last Tuesday right. At Lt. Robert Margolis and Ll. ____,__, .
1I's O. L. Haynes arencksm'nIe with her father, J. B. Rowe. uncle, B. R. Witkovskl. Friendsof -- ______,
ono busl- this ceremony the !seniors are Invested joe Power of Camp Wending I
/ today on Ensign Robert E. Green has I :Mr. Witkovski will\ be Inter- by the college president were guests of Miss Alice i
of Jackson- been visiting his wife here for ested to know that he has been with the privilege of wearing the John over the weekend.BarkleyStringfellow. SI'I f
i H Ritch Mrs. SIl" the past 10 days while on 'his taken' to the State Farm hospital academic caps and gowns.
tfu visiting Mr. way to Ft. Pierce for further .or treatment. II You're looking .
the weekend.K Among those attending the
vet training. Mrs. T. J. Griffin: and Mrs. R. J. Davis spent several
Norris, has reU homecoming game In Gainesville,
r4 William Ensign and Mrs. Green spent days last week In Tallahassee last Mr and Mrs. W. G.
spending a Friday night, between Flor Strlngfel-
.tter. for
home Monday in Jacksonville Mrs. the best
visiting Cora Marshburn, and
daugh- ida and Maryland low of
with her were Judge State Farm have announced
in Quincy Mrs. Jeanette Christian, Misses also her daughters, Misses Ida
Price. and Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Mr.
the of their
Ira Cecil Eileen Tanner, Virginia Padgett, Lou and Marjorie Davis, who are and Mrs. Sanford Ritch, Mr. and marriage daughter -
Dot Cumbee and Etheleen March students at FSCW. Mrs. Junius Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Margaret to Cpl. Robert

took part In a program at Camp 'CM 3-c Joe Ricks is home on a James Dennis, and Mr. and Mrs.C. Barkley, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
fc.ould a P"80" be re- Blanding, Thursday night, In 21 day leave after spending a- A. Futch. Robert Barkley, Sr., of Cornwall- HAIr/BURCERS
to pay tribute, to a which the contest winner receiveda bout a year and a half overseas.He C. G. Priest spent Sunday In on-the-Hudson New York. Cpl.
long distance phone call home, is staying with his parents at
overlord for theht Madison visiting his brother Van Barkley Is stationed a t Camp
II. free. The contest was held in their farm home east of Starke.
H. Priest who receiveda
recently for the
Blandlng present. The
Work? the
to Regional Station Hospital. aid
Herbert Green, USMC of medical discharge from the ceremony was performed Oct. 14,
Cherry Point N. C., arrived this army after serving 18 months, in Jacksonville.
lhul( a person be reJoin morning, to spend a few days part of which was spent over- HOT
to a onion Just Arrived . with relatives beret
I seas.Lt. Womans Club DOCS
his or 6cr wm In Miss Dooley Davis spent the W. S. Koch and wife of
n4 secure employ- week-end with her parents, Mr. Gowan Field Boise, Idaho, are To Hear AbramsThe
r to CHILDREN'SPANTIES and Mrs. R. J. Davis. She was visiting his father Dr. L.V.
it 'accompanied by a college friend, Koch this week. Lt. Koch is in Woman's Club will meet in.
Miss Mart Beme of Alabama. I the Air Corps and serves' aa a Wednesday, Nov. 8, at 4 p. m., In
,e RIGHT TO WORK Ruby N. Warren, daughter of bomber crew Instructor. Theyare the club building. Mra. Junius town .
mlmi-nt, No. 5 on your Ml1, and Mrs. H. J. Newsome, has going to Arcadia to visit Smith Is program chairman. l>r.
if approved completed a 5 month training other relatives the latter part of Abrams will speak on "Sanitary TRYMILLICAN'S
t 107th IN COTTON RAYON course In Radio at the Navy the week. conditions" of Bradford County
I II I I I GUARANTEE the AND RUDDER Radio Training School at Miami Miss Madeline Lccln had as Schools.
t.lo.'ork" to"every.. PRICED AT University. After a 7-day leave guests last, week-end, Lt. Nathan Hostesses are Mrs. Lt. D. Vln-
I reganUexs of onions. here with her parents, she reported -' Goldstein of New York City and ing, Mrs 1C G. Duncan Mrs. C.
50c to 89c to her new station, at : Lt. Paul Goloff of Philadelphia.They A. Knight, Mrs. Myrtice Carpenter -
Port Blakely, Bainbridge are bombardiers and at STREET AT RAILROAD
"IT IS SIMPLEA)1ERICANISM" J"land'l Mra. Jeanette Klncaid, and
Washington, D. C. She a present stationed In Tampa.
Mrs. N. Sternberg. I
: TheSmart Radio Seaman, first class. Miss Madge Brownlee spent' the
FOR Amendment No. 5, ShopAdjacent Mi-, and Mrs. F. H. Long had ''weekend at the State"Farm with '. ------ -- -- ---- .
as Sunday guests, their daughter Miss June Caldwell and Mian
Nov. 7th to P. O. Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll I' Janet Anderson was the guest of SEE OUR NICE ASSORTMENT OF t
and children of Jacksonville. Miss Doris Moncrlef. j
Mrs. J. E. Zevin Is visiting her I Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas
daughter, Mrs. Tom Brexs, of entertained Lt. Commander and
New York City for two weeks. Mrs R. G. Dose at lunch Friday,

[ Voters of Bradford County Mrs. B. Jacobs left this week following the Navy Day Pro- TOYSMAKE
o . for an extended visit with relatives gram at the school house. .
Miss Haven Crosby left Thurs-
REQUEST OF MY in West Palm Beach and
AT TIIE day of last week to spend a few
Miami. be
She plans to gone a-
VMANY bout two months. days la: Tampa.
DECIDED TO RUN- FOR TilE I Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson haveas Friends of Chaplain B. M. YOUR SELECTION WHILE OUR STOCK E $ \(
OFFICE OF Montgomery, who has been sta-
a guest his brother, Otto Olson COMPLETE MANUFACTURERS
> tioned at Camp Blanding for the IS SAY THAT $.

of Phoenix, Arizona. past several years, will be In- XMAS TOY STOCK WILL HE SHORT THIS YEAR. d Y Q4 ',
COUNTY SURVEYORSUBJECT Mrs. D. W. Moore was visitingher M
terested( to know that he left '"
Monday for foreign duty. He
TO YOUR VOTE ON Wales over the weekend.Mrs. I'was a former pastor of the 1
Lex Green Thurs- I
spent Starke Methodist Church a n NOV. 7. I AM SURE YOU day of last week in Jacksonville, tie
while stationed at Klandin'g
ARE FAMILIAR WITH MY where she with other Florida their VENTSFurniture
and his family made homeat
QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS Democratic women spoke over Keystone Heights.
POSITION AND I WILL the radio during a meeting of the SpecialsFLOOR

APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE. National Democratic Party Rep I
resentatives there.
Mrs. J. W. McCall was visiting
HARRY A. ANTHONY relatives In Jasper over the week- LAMPS
? _ .$21.50 .
day from. Boug a Wynn visit returned to Lakeland.Sun- MIRRORS for your wall (Oval and square) .$3.50 up .t \

Her husband returnedon Thurs-

NAT ',SEZ: day to spend some' : timehere!. with BASSINETS ;:.? _____ __ _ ...._ __ _v _$8.50 1",

uS Officer W. R. Thornton of the I OCCASIONAL CHAIRS _________ __ $10.00 .
Ss Maybe you think I've got a City Police Department spent a

one-track mind the way I keep few days the first of the week in aIYour SCATTER RUGS -_ __ _._ ___ __ __ ___$1 75up
rJ harping! on the subject of this Tampa on business.

, National War Fund. But folks, Mrs. Richard R. Thede and S T UDIO COUCHES ___ _ __ ______ $59.50 .
small son, Dick, Jr., have returned -
p we got a job to do and I don't8l'e
from Camp Plckett, Va.,
why we should, shirk our where they visited Lt. Thede, who NurseRecognizes SMOKING STANDS ._ __ _ _ _ __ _.$2.25up ;\ .
duty when others' all over the has now been transferred to Fort QualityWhen I
world, are performing theirs. Our Bragg, N. C. j I
Job Is to raise S,600-but quick! Mrs. W J, Church we 11 has spent the sees our name. IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
bottle ho
t Come on-let's golFOR the past week visiting relativesand on a
known the prescriptionhas

tona friends Beach. la/ Miami and ,Day- conaclentlo'iM,been given attention.careful, John H. Denmark Furniture Co. I

Mrs. Charley Jones of Atlanta Only the freshest and .,
NIGHTS Ga., who has been visiting her parent Ingredients have
daughter, Mrs. I. 1', Shepherd, been WMtl. For prompt PHONE 51 STARKE FLA. : ;
Ic a] has gone to Tampa to.visit rel- and accurate service ,

atives. bring your prescriptions WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITURE I
Friends of Pvt. and Mrs. JamesC. to UH.Carpenter's. :
Chandler of Orlando will regret t
to learn of the death on
Oct. 8 of Pvt. Chandler's mother, !
Mrs. Mamie Lou Chandler of I \ i iI
Rickey Miss. Mrs. Chandler Is I
the former Miss Lola Tyler, rao gtectgg.Store .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Your Party NeedsYOUR .!
Starke Phone 01 Flo'l laI C
Tyler of this city, and they have
many friends In this section. ,


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Gal. $4.50 GO TO THE POLLS ON NOVEMBER 7th 't.
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you'll 'need 'them what with a coal shortagedue II .
tailored flan- SEE OUR FINE LINE OF
this winter! Here are simply
n and quilted robes to keep you toasty warm- PYREX OVEN WARE
t to make your at-home evenings flatteringly com. Bradford County Democratic Executive Coma
( table. Wonderful for Christmas gift giving
.too See favorite colors.:
them In all your


$6.95 to $12.50Sternberg's COMPANYJ. Nolia D. Middleton E. A. SappViceChairman' I

Secretary: Treasurer

CARLISLE, Managing Owner




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and several tops as gifts. She near the schOol

q'Y of his descendants performs an IN STARKE THEATRES GIFTS extends her appreciation for this the pump has nears hOIlA 90
Ghost"Thrilling act of bravery In his name will WHAT TO FIND --- occasion. work will PU d 01111

Movie his spirit be rid of the curse B. I. Crews has accepted a with concrete block.* few 'd
which keeps him roaming the SAVE TIME CONSULT THIS DIRECTORY position at Starke with CarlJohn's
Coming to castle. Feed Store

Playing at the Florida Theater The principal roles are playedby FOR INFORMATION OF CAMP BLANDING SHOPPING M. L. Johns and< sister, Mrs. YOU
show Saturdayand little Margaret AND Truby Hodges accompanied their
for the midnight .
at regular times Sunday and the youngest descendant of the mother Mrs Bell Johns to Gran- REAL RELIEF

Monday will be "The CantervJlleGhost" Canterville ghost and Robert . . . . . r ALTERATIONS ford, S. C., spent several days din Monday for medical treat-
This is the story of a Young as the American Ranger this week with his parents, Mr. ment. CID
ghost, who because of cowardiceIn billeted with his platoon in the Pearl's Alteration Shop and Mrs. A. H. Kelaay. ,Benny Willis! of Lake Wales
a duel during his life, has been castle during the present war. Mrs. A. I* Sullivan was visitingin spent the week-end with his parents INDIGESTIONCarpenter's
forced to roam the broad halls I Charles Laughtcn Is "The Can- By Mrs. M. C. Sweeney FOOD Starke, Saturday Mr. and Mrs., T. L, Willis.
of his English castle for more terville Ghost". r r . . r . W. W. Packham Miss Ida Hag- Mrs. Lacy Johns ,was shopping
than 300 Not until some Playing: at the Florida on Nov. Camp Diner an and Mr. and Mra. Grlswell in Gainesville, Monday.Mrs. .
years. 7, 8, and 9. will be "The Eve lULL TOSMJNSON Davis Sandwich ShopFrank's were business visitors to Gainesville Lois Green of Lake But- -3
of St. Mark". This picture fea- A marriage of Interest to their! Monday. ler spent the week-end with her
tures Anne Baxter as "Janet many friends was that of Miss Fine FoodJerry's Mrs. Ed Prevatt and daughter parents Mr and Mrs. J.: S. Snow-
LAND SAKES! Feller" and William Eythe, as Gertrude Tomlinson only daughter visitingher
of Starke were
WHY I "Qulzz West". it's a man's of Mr. and Mrs Shep Tom Pearl's Place '. Joyce parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. den.Ben Kelly's (colored) crib, '
story of fighting men in their linson of near Starke, to Eugen JMilligan'sGIFTS Packham Friday. horse and plow tools were des- hi |
BAKE hour of glory; a Hall, second son of Mr. and Mn y
gun-thundering Mrs. Rhoda Dampier and son! troyed by fire Friday night. It
When you can : I woman's story of pounding Leon' Hall. The ceremony wa Billy of Starke, spent Sunday is not known how the fire origi-
Kft snob dell- hearts In that last shining hour performed In Starke on Saturday with her father, J., J, Zelgler. nated. The fire was too far goneto
cloiiN cakes and together. This Is the story of a Oct. 21, and all good wishes Gislain's Mrs. Merle Packham spent the get the horse out and 150 (IlfYi{ K(

pastries. at . soldier's faith and is a truly for the young couple community.are extended Hollywood Camera week-end in Starke with her sis barrels of corn were lost.
great love story them by this Mark Lee Johns of'Lake Wales
Ed Prevatt and
and Gift Shop ter-in-law, Mrs.
TILELAPPE A SUCCESSThe spent; the week-end with his father -
You keep buying CARNIVAL Wonder Gift family
Hallowe'en Carnival at the Shop We are glad to know that Miss and grandmother C. A. Johns

BAKERY BONDS School, sponsored by the Parent Elizabeth Phillips is able to go and Mrs. Bell Johns.
WAR Teachers Association turned out MILITARYSUPPLIES back to her work with the South- Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Start Your Post.lI'o

to( be a huge success. Gaiety and ern Bell Telephone Company in children Sherman and Beverly Jo, Planning Now
fun were turned on in full force, Starke. attended the meeting at Ever-

and a large crowd was presen Ben! Suslow's Army StoreGislain's Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney green Baptist Church Sunday. e
to( enjoy the hilarity. The cos Mr and Mrs. M. F: Wigginsare
of Graham attended the Conven- PLACE
fume parade was presented on planning their new home ORDE

Wonderjlft\ Shop the auditorium stage, and firs P. S. Stores tion here Christian Sunday.The Convention held ...-----... NOW FOR THE Foil
prize was awarded to Martha Shafkin'sThe LOWING !
here Sunday was a great success APPLJ.XCESBENDIX\
Home, who represented a "Cro SOLDIERS SAILORS
crowd present. J. ,
Stag with a large
B1RS. BESSIE DAVIS, PROPRIETOR chety Grandmother." Second prIze
of was
went to Norma Sweeney, who" AND MARINES:
Y "Mamma's Baby"the PHOTOGRAPHYHollywood morning speaker and Dr. Tib-
I impersonated old-fashioned cake wall betts of The Camp of the Palms, AUTOMATIC:

drew many contestants, as this Gift Shop Camera & Keystone Heights, spoke duringthe HOME: LAUNDRYHOT
was a general favorite amoni -

C Choose young and old. Attractive home TAVERNSBlanding S . . . r . . .
Early made cakes, which had been gen r:. l POINTREFRIGERATORS

erously donated, were won by] Center BarBob's New River
I FROM OUR ARRAY Wayne Matchett Peggy Hinson, RANGES
Langford Hicks and Carl Wynn TavernJordan's
By the School WATER
OF A grand and glorious time was Bar all
had by all present. . . . . . . They

6000 Mr. and :Mrs. G. W. Andrews As These Become Availl
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rai- to
Revival Meeting at the< able We Will Fill Ordei
((1 ford Reddish and other relatives
GIFTS AND Christian Church will begin 01 : of Ralford, Sunday. the In Order of Applicatioi
Wednesday, Nov. 1st., and continue -
for ten nights. The Rev Park E. A.. Sapp. who Is employedat I
SOUVENIRSSomething Charlie Jackson, of Daytona RitzGraham the shipyard in Jacksonville,
spent the week-en4 with his famIly , CAMPDINER RADIOSERVICE
Beach, will be the principal : .
extended a
cordial speaker.invitation Everyone to attend. . . . . . . Miss Clara Sapp of Lake Butlerwas

visiting relatives here Sat-
AppropriateFor MRS. AVA TURNER urday p. m.

Every Member of ,the Family! Mrs.Friends Ava and Turner acquaintances were deeply of By Mrs. T. L. Casey Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins e

grieved to learn of her passing . . r r r . . and children of Hampton were Corner Call & Cherry
visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kelly

BUY 'NOW FOR CHRISTMAS early 31, at Tuesday the home morning of her ,daughter October, Fireman 1-c Ernest Davis returned and family Sunday.Mr. . WINKLER
and Mrs. R. R. Andrewsand
Mrs. Bert Hinson. Funeral ar to his base in Solomon Featuring the best
rangements have not as yet beet Md., Sunday after spending a daughter, Maxine attendedthe
'WE WRAP MAIL INSURE announced, awaiting word from short leave with his parents, Mr. Union Meeting at Evergreen Steaks & Chops ELECTRIC!

and stamp with "Do Not Open relatives in distant states. Sin and Mrs. N .J. Davis. Baptist Church, Saturday.
Mr. Mrs. W. R. Williams
'Til Xmas" Seal cere family sympathy in their offered her i The B. Young T. U. sponsored People's Class a party ofthe of Lake Butler were guests of I Open 9 A. M.' -9 P M."Daily SERVICE
Mr. and Mrs. S. IA Crews and
CONTRIBUTORS THANKKD: Saturday -night at the home of their children, Sunday. l Except Thursdays 226 Temple Ave.PEARL'S .

The Hampton .Pd; T. A. wishes Miss Onle Mae Starling for FIreman Mrs. Fronnle Moody ''Mrs. Ver- ..1
to thank the foLlowing contribu 1-c Ernest Davis of Solo- ,nell Moody, Camilla Jane and Ed- --- I
: OLDSARGE'S tors who helped make the foot mons, Md., and his brother Al- die were visiting the chlldren'sfather ALTERATION SHOP
bert Davis who Is
Hallowe'en Carniva leaving
booth at the Jay Moody, at St. Luke's
a success. A great deal of credit week to enter service. Cokes and Hospital in Jacksonville, Sunday. Centrally Located Opposite Park Theatre

PLACE must be given to Mrs: Merle< cakes were enjoyed by B. T. U. They were also the guests of Mr. Reasonable Rates Good Workmanship
Rahme, Mrs. Gertrude Slade and members and their guests.S and Mrs. James Lavender.The .
their 2-c Beryl Casey of Daytona UNIFORM ALTERATIONS A SPECIALTY
Charlie Dees for untiring quilting party for Mrs. M.
STARKE'S ORIGINAL effort In the kitchen:' Mrs Roberta Beach spent Sunday with his F. Wiggins was a great success.
Mrs. Carey Mrs. Wilspr parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L.. Cas- About 23 women were present.

ARMY STORE] May, Mrs. Archie Eiland Mrs ey.Mrs. They enjoyed talking and work-
F. B. Hall, Mrs I. Brown, Mrs Harvey Starling, Mrs. Ing together. Cake and coffee The
Lowry, Mrs. L,, J. Wynn, Mrs Perry Starling and Mrs. Frank were served at a late hour. One ,

i Authorized by the War Department Polk. B. Y. Saxon, Mrs. Green, Thomas attended the Baptist quilt was finished, two tops madeEXPERT
; Mrs Chason. Mrs. Grlffls, Mrs Church Fifth Sunday Meetinglast $64
c Operated by an ExSoldierHEADQUARTERS Peterson, Mrs. Hlnson, Mrs, week as delgates of the local -
Smith, Mrs. M. L. Watterson, church. The meeting was ,
Mrs. Frances Wadsworth, Mrs. N held ''at Evergreen Church near

for all Johnson Mrs. C. Rigdon, Mra. Lawtey. Question
Matchett, Mrs.' Bedenbaugh Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reynoldsand
Elland, Mrs.' M. Rahme, Mrs. G family of Reddick are spend
; Military Supplies Slade, Hershel Parker, Mrs. Burton ing a few days with Mr. and Mrs. o, Nri rE oA

Mrs. Wadsworth Jr., Mrs. Roy Reynolds and family. What
M, Douberly, Mrs. T. Johns, Mrs Mrs. William Bushloper and more
Chastain, Mrs. S wee ney, Mrs. daughter Judy of Jacksonville are
Novelties & Jewelry Horace May, Mrs. Hicks, Mrs spending some time with her parents refreshing and re-

Dees, H. B. Wiggins, Mrs. Morgan Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis. laxing than few
Mrs. J. Parker, Mrs. Polk.. :Mrs. Henry Rogers and daughter a

We wish to thank also the Carolyn of Waldo spent Sun- CLOCK pleasant hours
ones who had charge of the concessions day afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Suslow'sArmy : Mrs. Hicks, Mrs. Swee Clarence Frazier. REPAIRING with good friends
Barbara Mrs. Frances
Home -
t ney Forest
Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds
Wadsworth Martha Home,, of Jacksonville are visiting Mrs. over a bottle of CiCil
Harvene Watterson Home, .
Reynolds' mother Mrs. F. T. Abernathy -
Mrs. Guy, Mrs. M. Wadsworth, who Is seriously 111 at mellow beer?
a Mr and Mrs. Gay, Dorothy El > ALL WORK
her home near
i land and Mr. R. F Touchton
209 E. Call Street Starke, Fla. Barkers for the different booths GUARANTEED You're there's nothin
G S . r r r'' r . . right. '. .
Included Dickey May, T r u man
Dlckerson Cyril Pickren and Bert Ther'essa like it
Hlnson. The Janitor, Mr. Green! . riici's
deserves gratitude for his help, Ity Miss Ida IlaganMra.
\-C FAIL TOVISIT constructing the booths. Mrs. C.. r r r r . r . . TheSTAG
Sullivan for ticket selling and G. itVFI
P. Wadsworth Jr., for his aid lathe Herbert Cloversettle and

O cake walks. daughter of Jacksonville spent Carter Bldg., Starke Bob Jones
Costume Contestants Thursday with her parents. Mr. ,
THE Barbara Horne, Norma Swee- and Mrs. W. C..Loper and fam-
ney, Harvene W a t terson Mrs.
z ily.D.
Dorothy Elland, Martha: Horne, J. Phillips and daughter
DAVIS SANDWICH SHOP: Betty Horne Mable Smith JoAnn : Elizabeth were business visitorsto
Rahme C. C. Wynn.Jo Palatka, Saturday.
Ann Rahme won a prize as Seaman Joe: Kelsay of Beau- # R
kf one of the Junior contestants.
Next To Davis Bar Martha Home and Norma on Monday and Tuesday of their:

' Sweeney were awarded prizes in sister, Mrs. Marion Gnann in
Where You Will Get
the senior contest.Mr. Jacksonville.
Mra. Geo.. Rahme Jr., and Mrs.J. .
and Mrs. Gordon Wads B. Prevatt have been to Gaines-
HAMBURGERS worth. Jr., and children, Jerry ville several times recently visiting -'
J n and Mary Kathertne. spent several J. .B. Prevatt, who is a SHAFKIN'THE
Made From days last week In Jacksonville : patient in the Alachua County

visiting relatives. Hospital where he underwent. a
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Morris serious, 'eye operation. .
Fresh Ground and small daughter. Sue, left last Marvin Elland, U.S.A., Is the
1 week for their home in Ever- guest of his parents Mr and STORE
SIRLOIN STEAK glades after spending a month Mrs. Dan Elland.
with the latter's parents, Mr. and :Mrs. Lauree Hall and children
Mrs. B. Y. Saxon. Mra. Ann R. Guy andV.. H. ALL
Swift's Premium Pure FloridaHOT Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy and Griffin attended the Fifth Sun- SOLDIERS KNOW
little son, of Starke were guest day Convention in Theressa last
on Sunday of Mrs J. T. Guy. Sunday.Mrs. .
i DOGS | ORANGEADE Thornton Johns of the Maritime Marvin Williams and Mrs.

if t Training Station, St. Peters Claude May and children were ENUF SED !
burg, enjoyed a week's visit with recent visitors to Gainesville.
f OPEN EVERY DAY TIL 12 MIDNIGHTClosed his family here. Sympathy from the community

Mrs. C. U May and daughter, Is and I
extended to L. A.' J. Jewelry
All Day Each Friday Sylvia Mrs. M. C. Sweeney and Wynn in the recent death of their Gifts Unifoa

daughter. Connie, were the guests slater, Mr?, F. A. Scott of Starke.

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. Monday In Jacksonville Mra. e e. l e e suit of It had to undergo an operation I

and Costellorn O'Grady is the daughter of Mrs. In the Orange General s ,
to Screen Lawtey Lilly Collier. State FarmBy Hospital there :Mrs 'Cox !is getting ;cr : :
Miss Evelyn Warren was a weekend along nicely following her x ? I
at Park By F. R. Curradlne Mn Bryan WhUfleld in of the fact thatshe ,, ,
visitor In Jacksonville at the operation \spite! o
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and Costello ; home of her sister, Mrs. Victor is 85 years old. ,.
first Abbott We believe that Red Cuuhaw Appleby. We think you will seea BIRTHDAY PARTVMra. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. r
than a
be made >In more will"middle als'e It Just as soon young sailor In Lawtey shortly., W. H Williams had a II. HUndley were Mrs. Reese GvergboJgABOUT '
"In Society", Mra. Claude Starling was and Clinton, of
Universal's aa his position as bus boy In : party Saturday afternoon at her Bradley son
I, due at the Park Theatre Fens Young's new restaurant Is 1 shopping In Jacksonville, Monday home In celebration of the tenth Jacksonville
| 5, 6. and 7, mark an ready. Red has been making: a birthday of her set milestone In the ca- number of trips to Jacksonvlll Mr. and Mrs. Ozzie Bell Wig. The Hallowe'en motif was emphasized word from Pfc Rltch that he Is /
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the irrepressible Costello.rolypory lately the latest being Monday gins and small children of Jacksonville in the table cover napkins 111 In the camp hospital at Alex : /

( the Lou to once He's up to something.:, were week-end visitors and favors but the traditional andria, LA. Friends hope for a a L n
character as the fall guy Mrs Matthew O'Grady sprat here at the home of Mrs. Wig birthday cake was In the center speedy recovery.
gins' parents Mr. and Mrs. Bennett of the dining room table at which Mrs. Herbert Hogan of Atlanta
s sates mle titrplutnDer,I Abott and Costello film. But L. Wilkinson.Mrs. the children found their places Ga., Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. T.
p \ hurdle Low Insisted on running Into J. L. Harrell accompaniedby 'marked with candy filled baskets H. Hogan.
vaulting him thehllesi 111- walla and pipes himself Just to her aunt. Mrs. Julia Moore and were served ice cream and of Mr and Mrs.
Sunday guests
on prove that he was the.old tough of Safety Harbor returned this ; Individual cakes. In contests,, P. D. Fancher were Fred Miller, i
feared Lou Costello week from a visit with relatives Wanda Lee Llruy Kay Partney
It was Mrs. Richard Cower and young
on someone The romantic leads are played In Moultrie, Ga. While in Georgia and Helen Whltfield were prize Mil
to rely son, Lynn and MtBS Patsy .0
have him when It came by Kirby Grant, ex-band leader, Aunt Luucle saw Uncle Don winners. Young guests In addition ler of Perry. Returning home
Jlle, film the rough stuff that I and Marion Hutton. Thla film Freyer. He sends his regards to to these were:: Carolyn Bradley with them was Mrs. Fred Miller

Variously typical of. every features half a dozen top tunes. all his friends. Kenneth and Harold Tyus, who had vlnlted Mr. and Mrs.
Bennett L. Wllkerson. Jr., of Jlmmte Warren, I
._ __. _.'10 Harold Godwin Fancher for about two weeks.
,. -- here ten
-- --- --- ----- - the U.S. Navy Is on a Peggy and Frances Caldwell, Rita
day leave visiting his parents Skolnik, Jane and Henry Rlcharde, Miss Sara Beth Qramlln of
Mr, and Mrs. B. L. Wllkeraon. Nora Harvey and Mary Bee Cox Lake City spent the past weekend
active serviceon with her slater Mrs. Drew
This boy has seen of DeLand.
some of our largest battle- Sweatt, at the home of Mr. and

wagons and has developed Into a 11.LU>\\E'EN PARTY Mrs. Forrest Harvey

DOLLS fine looking sailor.A Many Farm residents and their A Union meeting of two days'
letter from Mrs. Malcolm guests participated in the Hal duration with basket dinners
\ Douglas and Lynn her young lowe'en party given by the Community served at the noon hours was
son will be welcome news to Club at the Community held at Evergreen Church Satur
those who .remember this cute Building Friday night. Prizes day and Sunday. Attending the Restaurant Hours: Except Tuesday
young fallow. They live In Mexla for the best costumes were awarded services Sunday were Mr. and
'. Texas and we have a few to Miss Luella Davis, Jimmie Mrs. J. A. Chesser and family
photos of them.S Warren and Mary Bee Cox of and their guests Mrs,--Ar J, Che-

WILL B SCARCE THIS 1 c L. C. King son of Mrs. DeLand. Mrs. Fred Miller\ of ser and Mrs. Fred Neil, Jr., and
THEY Pearl Campbell Is home on leave. Perry was holder of the lucky little daughter, Linda of Hawthorne
XMAS. SELECT YOURS NOW! L C. has been In the service some number in the raffling of, a cake. ,

THE LITTLE 18 months and has seen some Misses: Luella and Melveen Davis, During the weekend Mr. and Where
DON'T DISAPPOINT unpleasant times experienced In Pauline Brannen and Sara Crews Mrs. '1'. H. Hogan had as guests,, av

FOLKS. We Will Be Glad To Lay the prosecution of the war. presented an appropriate topsy- Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hogan, Mr..
We' received from Myrtle Miller turvey program. During I the and Mrs. P. H. Hogan and Curtis
One Away. of Denver, Colo., the Item party the children had fun at the Hogan, all of Jacksonville ''

printed below. We wish the manyAiends "fish pond" presided over by Mrs.P. Ira Dobaon reported to Ft. McPherson G.I.JOE
KB{ ALSO HAVE MANY OTHER TOYS of Mrs Mary Bennett of D. Feather, Jr., bits J, P. Qa., Wednesday Octo .

Lawtey could haw been privileged Warren" and Miss Lila Rae Cald ber 25 for service In U S. Army.Mr. .
l'e) Monogram. Them With Camp StandingGISLAIN'S to attend the very lovely well. At a late hour supper was and Mrs. W. N. North had
given her at the served. .
,birthday party Mrr.. as guents last weekend Pvts. IS I
or tier grana-oaugnier
IlKIOGti CLUB MEETING Emmett Roark and Clifford Lea I Ij
Oct. 4.
Harvey Thompson on of the table I, Mrs. Martha Griner was hostess der of Camp Blandlng and Lt I
The beauty spot at the meeting of the Bridge Club and Mrs. Oscar Beavers of New

/ was a very large candle birthday for cake each last Thursday afternoon Mr, York City and Barnesville\ Ga. KING I I
holding a lighted P. D. Fancher and Mra. H. M. Lt Heavers Is to bo in trainingin j
It an
of her 82 years, making Rlcharde won high score and Hollywood, Fla., and he and
Next to Koch's Drug Store unusual sight. ,, We leave her Bingo prizes respectively At the Mrs. Beavers were en route there. 't

--------- ......---------... many friends in Lawtey It was to use not end of the game Mrs Griner sen After spending the past week
their imagination. ed a salad course to her guests. with Mrs. Rondolph Harden Miss i
quite possible for her to successfully ,,
"blow out" all the< UK.VTH OF MIi$. IION'LiNGFullowing Patricia Hardee of Sebrtng wentto

candle light, but at that, she( a lingering lllnwv Camp Blandlng Monday to live i iY
The Latch String made a pretty good showing Mrs. W. E. Dowling died In the In the dormitory while employed

A four course luncheon was Farm Hospital October 25. B<- there I'y
Out served and "Aunt Mary" was remembered fore her marrlag'e Mrs. Uowlin Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
Is Always with many nice gifts was Stella Rhoden of Macclenn and Mrs. A. C. Davis were Mr. p

and cards. and Interment was In North Prong and Mrs. Mitchell Rhoden, Miss .
Altogether It was a day tc+ cemetery near there Mrs. Dow Lucille Rhoden and Mrs. W. M. !

hold very pleasant memories for ling la survived by her husband, Rhoden of Macclenny and Mr. f,
R long' time to come, and we feel her three sons, Everett, Lloyd and and Mrs. Clifford Rhoden and I ,
that her friends In Lawtey Join Rudolph and her grandson, KerJieth. Miss Lorene Rhoden of Waldo. k
1 us with good wishes for other Pvts. Walter H. Eno and Guntrier t
w pleasant birthdays to follow. Fanner of Camp Blandlng Tvlrmen like ,w
F Leon Starling. Jr.. wishes thai Mrs. L. A. Shepherd returned were Sunday visitors of Mr. and our<< store lMrauMe" I
tj his friends and, relatives would last Monday niht after a twweeks' Mre. J. G. Caldwell. they know If It's on
visit with members of her
write more often His address+ Mr and Mis. R. W Brannen the market they'll
Is: Leon Stalling S I-c. USS., family In Chattanooga, Tenn., and Miss Pauline Brannen visited find It an our i

LST No 770, Fleet Post Office, Ringgold, Ga. relatives In Brooker and Hampton t1 Nht.lve*, Tliwy nlito.
New York N. Y. Having completed his boo Sunday. know-und thin I* ,
training at Camp Peary Va., Jim Important that the '
mle Bradley arrived Saturday to PRICE will be

STARKETRANSFER be with his parents Mr and Mrs ItlUHT. ,
J. M. Bradley, for two weeks. Hia 1 +\
Class Seaman. I. '
now .E I .u
J. G. Caldwell was the guest iaTATa4reolnl ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. .......1..r of roanfrr j, I
of his parents el
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.p.r.r. !! made over
Local And B. Caldwell In Ocklawaha Thurs 1.000 ester or llom..-F.rmr .-
,) A.- ...*. Jtmyrrm from nil one tae '
Distance day.Starke World. Fr.. ores lUtlnic. STORES
Long the Hal-
guests during E.A.STROUT' REALTY AGENCYReprosertted 1
Hauling lowe'en week-end were: Janet Anderson .
Peggy Dale, Merry Beth
CENTER I Their respective hostesses were: F. C. HOLLINGSWORTII AT DLANDING .'
TALITY THAT PERVADES BLANDING 215 Call St. Doris Moncrlef, Grace Crew 118 8. Walnut St.
WHY Lila Rae and June Caldwell.
VR. CIVILIANS LIKE IT TOO. Having been called to Florid; i

|:R ATTRACTIVE BAR IS THE MOST POPULAR_ on account of the death of he
sister Mrs. W. E. Cowling, Mri r '
When our fighting men of Norfolk, Va, open ;
\TlIERING PLACE IN TOWN. Eva James . the gift \
return are they going to be Saturday night with W. E. Dow 1'
ling and Mrs. Rudolph Dowling. that will be
BIAN.DIN CENTER 13.A i? compelled to PAY for a Mrs W. L. Wall Mrs. J. E, \

PERMIT TO WORK TWill Wilson and Mra. Mae Dickens 01 appreciatedmost
Saturday visitors oMr. ' I ,
Starke were
J. HYDE, !Mgr.
MAYBELLE they be FORCED to and Mrs. W. G. Stringfellov
and Mrs. George Manaasa and
join a union and pay exor children.

flEET YOUR FRIENDS AT 1 bitant Initiation fee, dues Mrs., Elizabeth Gerald Cox Geraldine and, daughters Patsy. ,), r 1'

and asHettitmpnta. In order to Mary Bee and Lois Irene of De

Land spent the past week-en
II ROY'S 1111ESTAURAHT hold a Job? with+ Mr. and Mrs. R. H,<

The Pannage of the "Right- bitand Mra. J, M Bradley. ,,'e ""'

Bradley Geiger of Jacksonville 't .+aA@'
to-Work" Amendment No. was+ the' guest of his grandpar + a
tats Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley ,
the ballot Nov. 7th
&; on
last week-end. d
I'NDER MANAGEMENT OF ROY JOHNSON will prevent this evil. From his communication will

M/. and Mra. J. R. Kite, It I. .
"IT IS SL1iPLEA1IERICANiSb1": learned that Dr O.. L. Kelly wh )

WaD formerly physician here 1; ,,
tow In service in India has beet ,atv fk' 1. '. z rl
promoted to the rank of Major. :vy

: Vote FOR Amendment No. 5, Friends of R. H. Cox regret ti( y T ..I'* Wd''
J Nov. 7th know that hl.. mother Mrs PM. JC'r
1J I of Orlando was Injure
I Cox '9
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'I' Mrn, Alton Dobbs and Mrs. Fred Halslop spent last weekend Chaplain ShepherdAt

red Halslop have a. guests this with relatives In Plant City.

eek their aunts, Mrs. Sallie Mrs. Leslie Biggs and daughter PresbyterianChaplain !

rison of Tampa, Mra. Laura left Wednesday morning for Leslie A, Shepherd of

Mosley of RaIford and Mrs. Flor- Glendale, La. to visit Mr. Biggs the Florida State Prison, will be

Fie Wills. who Is In Camp Claiborne. guest minister In the Presbyterian l

Church of Starke next Sunday
r morning at 11 o'clock services. I

CLASSIFIED ADS Speaking on the sermon theme, ,
"The Church -The Lord's First

BBf1 a .. Love", the former Starke pastor

FOR 8ALE<"heap, II s e d Sinneraewlnir BTHAV COW lied Hides white will explain. In the course of his
machine, round bobbin 4 back and belly, branded K, mark talk, the vital place that the
drawer Mm. Uudmm I' a r k ..r.Dronker. dlxflxured, with yellow llrahmaHrlmrner minis-
H-J 2t ( ) calf, branded K, 2 Church must occupy In the
under hi.* In right ear. Owner try to inmates of correctional institutions -
may have for paying for thin.
I ,
ANTEO-Service station attendant ad and upkeep. W liber t Hall.
Apply Temple & Lake Service Hampton. Itp
Station. _It Methodist Church
SALT-1938 Tudor Pontlao,
FOO. HACK--fiooil wood $7.50 a .
good condition, with Hood rub Rev W. J. Churchwell
fall The pas
strand. tee C, H MrKlnnvy.
ber. Apply 402 E. MadMun Http
at 816 N. Church St. .tp tor, announces that a sacred con-

cert will be held at the Methodist -
-mRM..NENT WAVE, liBel DO your LOST-If the person who has tire '
own Permanent with Charm- A-892I87A, taken from Ford In Church Sunday evening at
Kurl KIt. Complete equipment, front of Depot last week will 7:30: o'clock. J. P. Higglnbotham.
Including 40 curler and shampoo. return It to the Prai'ford Telegraph will
director of the USO-YMCA
to do, absolutely harmless.1'ralHod and
Easy reward will be paid I
by thousands IncludingFay no quetlon. asked.. Thin tire I I. operate the projection machine,
MoKenxle, glamorous movie of no earthly ue. but owner must showing Kodachrome slides and
tnr. Money refunded It notatl.n.d. have It to turn In. It
Koch'. Drug Store, everyone Is Invited to join in
al18-IIH-l1IU I.OHT-Haturday afternoon on Call singing the most popular hymnso
silver chain of great
Ht. Heavy
I'llRHII EOOH-Dnlly at Wnndln's sentimental value. If found return the day.
Poultry Farm, 3 mile. north of to paper office. $S Howard Topic for the morning serviceat
Mrs Lee Cannon, 733 H I'ltt Ht,
Waldo on road 13. Below rHIInir.why
Alexandria Va. Itp 11 a. m. will I be, "Bread
pay more? ll13-4ti!
Enough and To Spare". The choir
OH HALM-Missionary etrnwberryplanla. "'/ HA IE Trailer, coachlnle type,
with will "Bread of Heaven Feed
fa per thnunand :2 I miles 25 feet space tile sing, ,
east of mark John U llower bath das tove, Ice liox 2 clnlheaoloeets Till I Want No More." The Holy
10.27 2tp new tire*. See owner,
Communion will be observed at
Mr. D. L. Waldron at 115 W.
FOR; SALE-At Earl Edwnrd'H MadlKon St. Cheap because. of both morning and evening services -
place In I.awtey. 1 I 3.V8 Ford. transfer, Itp .
Motor body and tire "good, upholstery -
hum. Han new battery.Alxo FOIL HfN'l'-7 room house, with Youth Fellowship will meet at
Hllvertone radiowith all modern convenience, SeeA
new battery.battery Ilvpnlnir O. Andrew, Sheriff. 10-27 2t 6:15: p. m., with Miss Carol WhiteIn ;
Grant Davidson, 1020-3tp| charge of the program. All
tl1'l'NCfoHoIU1'I'OIt'l'K Individually
HKLL designed, Mr*. Mertha Pearce, 305 young people invited.
milk cows., stork cow., beef Went Madison St. 7.20.4tpto Prayer meet Ing Wednesday

cattle, stork bull or hog, "get _...:..._--- -- evening at 7:30: o'clock.
In touch with J. D. Odom Jr.,
Kox 247 Starke Box 204 Lake
City. Telephone 481 Lake City. SALES LADIES EPISCOPAL CHURCH

Friday 7:30 p. m. War Intercessions -
TKHMITK eradication and control, WANTED
the Antlmlte way. C. A. Powell ,
telephone 1143J. Onlnesvllle or I 8:00 St. M
: p.m. a r y's
write % Florida Motor Court.
10-27 8tp Experienced selling gifts Chapter meeting. ,
Sunday 10:00: a. m. Church
FOIL MALE-liar and fixture, and novelties. Salary $25 ,
booth, good loe boxes. practically School.
I week and commission.
new -Davis Liar Inquire per 11:00: a. m. Holy Com-
within. itl I Bonus for conscientious munion.

FOH BALK-CollnpHllile baby carriage workers who stay over 6:00: p. m. Fellowshiphour : !

condition, prewar: |40 construction- Apply 604! good N. I holidays. Apply: Fay Dey- and hymn slog-Church t

Cherry 8U Itt ett, Blanding Center. Service Center. )

NO'l'ICJo-North Hide Service Station ,_. ,..
------ -- :
open for bUllln.."... Ciife, Ladies Auxiliary
Groceries, Da and Oil. Mr. '
SALESMEN: : WANTED-De Independent.
John W. Walker. 11-3 4tp Hell Itawlelffh Product Plans LuncheonThe
food nearby route open. Write
FLOOR sanding and flnlHhlna;,
tndav. Itawlelffh'n Dept. FAK1
local reference, t' A. Powell, Ladles Auxiliary of the
Tenn. lip
22 .n. Memphis
tel... 1141J lialneevlllt. or write Presbyterian Church met Tuesday
% Fla. Motor Court. 10-27 8tp WILL CARE for children In mY
evening with Mrs H. E. Boelter.
home. I n<| u Ire at "My Doll I
FOIl SALE-At aiHilflce 140 acre Huu.,,", 100H U. Walnut St. ny Mrs. C. F Ward had charge of
farm I.V.. Bradford County, 41 hour, day or week. 11-3 2tp the' devotional and her subjectwas
acres under fence and cultivated. .
Also 26 head of stock cattle on ,FuU SALT-3 burner cabinet style, India. Mrs. K. G. Duncan
place. T: I,. Willis, Gen. Del., oil stove Mi'*. W. K StrlckI Mrs. Jeanette Young, Mrs. James
Lake tlutler Fla. 10-27 2t|> I I I I, land 621 N. Walnut St. Itp Platt Mrs. H. E. Boelter Mrs

.-- E. M. Davis and Mrs. Ward read

FOR SAFETY COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE Interesting pieces on the agricul- !
tural college, which has been a

part of the program of the Pres-

,I FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR byterian :Missions in India and

I which was established by Mr,' I
COURTEOUS. CORRECT INFORMATION and Mrs. Sam Hlgginbotham..,who I'I

PLEASE PHONE ,147 just returned to this country, Oct.

27. Mrs. Higginbotham was a 1

flece of Buffalo Bill.

UNION BUS STATIONLACY Mrs. Young conducted the

Query Corner after which ar-
CONWAY, Agent rangements were made for a

Temple Ave. Starke, Florida covered dish luncheon Wednesday -
at the Manse to make plans

for redecorating same. '

After the business session Mrs. ;
uwww 'Boelter served' delicious ice box

cake and coffee to those
present. I
Give Your Dog The Dry Food : '

Proved by HomecomingEvent !

Members of the Senior Class at
BHS will be hosts at a receptionIn

the USO-YMCA Club, Friday
Twel.e consecutive generationalof evening. Nov. 10, following the
happy healthy dogs at the' annual Homecoming football

;, Purina Kennels have been fed no game. All alumni and friends of
other food but Purina the school are invited.
r Dog Chow. They .

i prove it's tops..your IN MR.t't'r (coi'n-r DHAI>POROTV
('OI'\ ,
FLOItlOAl IV l'el.4N-
.v.,; "" .dog will like it, too.WANTED. IKIIV.
George E. Strobe Plaintiff
Plc..S ..... Mary 1':. tttrobel, Defendant. CUB
No. 3400. / :
hf Htrnbel whose residence and address !
In 1744 Clarknon Street, Bal
5 timore Maryland,
You are required to appear on
December 4, 1 44. In the above
= SEED & FEED STORE named plaintiff Court and cause wherein
seeks divorce. Bradford
ctlog County Telegraph shall publish this
STARKE, FLA. Order In next four weekly iHHues.
Witness. my hand and official
seal at Starke, Florida this November -
1. 1944.
(OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas 4
As Clerk of said Court. .
William D. Morgan. Clark PldgJacksonville. -.
Fla., Atty for Pit
11.3 4t ll-a
IM riBCMT rornT. 11I"U"'OIlO
CKIIY.Morris .
Oerson, Originally known
as Morris Hershenson. Plaintiff, vs.
I1'I Hannah Qernon. Originally known
'n Chana Hera-erbaum Hershenson,
Defendant. Case No 3386OH ,
SECRETARY Hannah Oerson, Originally known
as Chana Bergerbaum liershenson
whose residence. and post office
f ., iddress Haven Connecticut U 1J4S Chapel Street New

You are required to appear on
December 4. 1844. In the above
named Court and cause. wherein I
plaintiff seeks
: .., divorce Bradford
:". oiinty Telegraph shall publish this
., Order In next tour weekly Issues
-:- Witness my hand and official
I Deal. at JO.Htarke 1944.IOFFICIAI. Florida this Oonltor i

( SEAL) A. J. 'Thomas /;
\,, Clerk of .said Court. ;
FOR RENT Walter C. Hardesty Daytona Beach 1;
Fla. Atty. for Plf. 11-J 4t 11-34 I



i RENT: 9100 PER MONTH EACH. David I'. Tracy Plaintiff, vs. Rheta :
Tracy Defendant. Cse No. 3401.
Tracy whose residence I. unknown.
You are required to appear on
December 4. 1D44. In the above
named Court &nd cause, wherein
W. T. CLUTE REALTOR plaintiff! necks divorce Bradford
County( Telrirraph shall publish this I
Order In next tour weekly Issues.
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( SEAL) A. :J. Thomas
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usual the nine amendments to the Florida Constitution which
will be voted. on In the General Election November T, will on
Official County Publication Established In 1871 the ballot worded In such legal phraseology that It will bfI difficult

.. for the average voter to decide Intelligently on them unless he has
"FRIDAY NOVEMBER S. IIHIIIple some previous knowledge and understanding of what they're all .

about.In the sample ballot shown at left the amendments appear m

the form that will confront you In the polls next Tuesday. In this
Ballot General Election November 7th 1944 column however, the Telegraph will attempt to explain each amend-

ment briefly!! and In plain every-day language. Without attempting:
to dictate how you should vote we will give you. In most cases the
decision we have arrived at after reading: various arguments pro

Amendment Number 1

Limiting the state tax on Intangible property to two mills. The
present celling on Intangibles Is five: mills although the levy now
IT a cross (X) Mark before, thef't To be Justices of the Supreme Make a Cross (X) Mark before the No. 3 assessed! on the bulk of intangible property Is only one mill consequently -
Candidate choice Court of Florida name of the Candidate of your choiceor the new ceiling would still permit doubling the present rate.
Pvou wish to vote a Straight Dem- Vote for two: If you wish to vote a Straight Re- To amend Article V, Section 21, It Is reported that this amendment Is favored by Governor Hollandas
; Ticket make an X In the circle publican Ticket make an X In the circle limiting the number of Justice Peace a means of encouraging an Increasing number of wealthy persons -
I RIVERS BUFORD below: Districts In any county to five providing < to make Florida their home. Florida already has sought! to
the Legislature may change boundaries attract greater wealth to the state by a constitutional provision
f DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES I ELWYN THOMASTo REPUBLICAN NOMINEESTo abolish or create districts if which prohibits levying of a state tax on incomes. The Governor

submitted to .the people In the next maintains the Inducement Is. not complete, however, with a five-mill
I general election.r levy on Intangibles (stocks bonds
mortgages etc nl'lltt.ed--even
/ I If I It has not been assessed. He figures that a five-mill tax on a
[ ) For the Amendment bond bearing!! four per cent Interest would be equivalent to a 12

0- o and a half per cent Income tax without any allowances for exemp

be State Senator from the [ ] Against the Amendment tions and deductions "Thus we could destroy the value of our
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Fifteenth Senatorial District of the Income tax exemption' provision by levying the maximum allowed on
intangibles he _VII. of
State of Florida: Opponents the amendment maintain that
Vote for No. 4 voters. should not tie the hands of the legislature which may In the
"Straight Democratic one: v 0 tea "straight Republican future need to find additional
vote a sources of revenue. However we
ticket" make X mark In the circle To amend Article V of the Constitution -
.1 X mark In the circle an believe that the good features
make an I I CHARLEY E. JOHNSTo outweigh the bad and In view of the
by section
adding a for
above: the election of State fact that the present tax on Intangibles could still b* doubled even
I Attorneys Judgesof under the two mill ceiling
Criminal Courts of Record and we recommend voting "for the amendment"
on Number!! One
To be Presidential! Electors of the County Solicitor. (except Judge and ..
| be Presidential Electors of the State of Florida: Solicitor of Court of Record Kacam- Amendment Number :9
State of Florida: be Representative, Bradford County bla County) In 1943 and thereafter and I
Ite Vote for Vote for eight: providing for filling vacancies prior to Creating three new Senatorial dlstrlct.two In the southeastern
for eight: one: and one in the northwestern
part of the state. Oaceola and Okee-
January 1949 the
by appointment
L. ANDERSON N. D. W JR. Governor chobee Counties would be cut out of the present five-county 33rd 'I
[ARTHUR | WAINWRIGHT RANDOLPH BELL and confirmation by the
I Senatorial District
and together would become
Senate. the new 39th Dis {p
[MRS. FRANK X. CARROLL. JR. I trict. Broward K I HOWARD GIBBONS senator all of its own. Calhoun and Gulf Counties would be asp- .
J. COBBWALJ.ACE [ ] For the Amendment aparated ,from Bay and Washington In the 23th District to become I j

To be County Judge Bradford County I WM. M. CODER the 41st. Some South Floridans complain that the legislative balance j V'
[ Vote for one: I ] Against the AmendmentNo. favors the northern section of the state and maintain that .&
population Increases In South Florida
LEWIS PETTEWAY warrant additional repre
[ I E K, PERRYMAN sentation. Chief argument against the amendment la the fact that .
RAY SELDENL. I MRS. ALMA HEWITT 5 the constitution already provides for redistricting. the state In 1045 If'

I on the basis of population. If the amendment Is adopted the new
I MRS. MAZIE NORTH To amend Section 12, Declaration of
SHOEMAKER districts constitution's
H. will be written Irto the basic law and It
Rights In the Constitution by )t
providing would require a new constitutional
amendment to change them In ,
[ MARY SULLIVAN I MRS. RUBY TAVENNER the right of work shall not
MRS. persons to h
1945. In view of these
To be Sheriff Bradford County complications, we recommend a vote "against "
be denied or abridged account of
on .
the amendment" on Number Two.Amendment. M
Vote for one: I MRS. M. R. WENTWORTHTo membership or non membership In any i k
labor union or labor organization; and Number 3
I providing for the right of collective Limiting the number of juirtlces of poaCe! In any county to five.

I be United States Senator from the bargaining.. The Constitution now provides that each county shall have at least
two justice districts. Resides limiting the number to five the pro
State of Floridafor
[ ] For the Amendment posed amendment would permit the legislature with the approvalof

be Clerk Circuit Court Bradford ( a term of six years from voters In the county affected to abolish any or all justice dis
Jan. 3. 1945)) [ ] Against the AmendmentNo. tricts.! Those favoring this amendment point out that some counties -
are a<> well provided with other courts that the justices of
Vote for one: Vote for one: peace are unnecessary and could be abolished entirely. We believe

6 this a move toward simplification of
our court structure and recommend
I I MILES H. DRAPER a vote of "for the amendment" on Number Three i { a
To amend Section 24 of Article III
I of the Constitution providing for a Amendment Number 4 ,

I uniform system of county and municipal Requiring the election of State Attorneys, Judges of Criminal
be United States Senator from government and providing for
i Courts and Solicitors
County by
popular vote. Under the present
the State of Florida To be Assessor* !<< of Taxes Bradford : S V,. TIP t ** w exception. In cases where the Legislature law these officials are appointed by the Governor after nominationIn j

!(for a term of six years from County To be Governor of the State, 'of inconsistent may enact therewith.local or special laws the primaries. This change has already been approved and put '

Jan. S. 1945) Vote for one: Florida Into effect in regard to Circuit Judges and the present proposed
lt Vote for amendment seems to be an extension of the democratic process.
Ie for one: one:
I IE. W. HAYESTo x C ] For the Amendment Although under the present law the Governor usually abides by

I CLAUDE PEPPER the choice of the people In the primary. It Is possible for him to
I I BERT L. ACKERTo [ ) Against the. AmendmentNo. disregard their decision' and make an appointment to suit himself. '

_ We recommend voting "for the amendment" on Number Four.
I f'
Amendment' Number S
be Tax Collector Bradford County 7
Popularly known as the "Right tn Work" Amendment states
i Representative In Congress from Vote for one: that "The right of to work.shall not be denied \>
1 Second Congressional District To amend Section 6 and 7 of Article persons or abridged :
XVIII of the on account of membership or non-membership In any labor union t "
of the State of Florida: | C. A. KNIGHT be Attorney General of the Constitution
State of Florida that terms of office. of providing or labor organization; provided that this clause shall not be construed I ""
for one: I fill vancanciea In elective offices extend to deny or abridge the right of employees by and througha 'if
Vote for one: only to the. "Tuesday, after"tbe labor organization or labor union to bargain collectively with I. I )

f EMORY| H. PRICE .tint MondayIn Januaryfollowing. their employer." Arguments for the amendment are that trade '
To be pe..lntendent'or Public I J, HARRY SCHAD the election and quajiflcatlon-of a successor unions sometimes virtually force an employer/ agree to the closed! i
I Instruction Bradford County ; and In all cases of el ctlol1' to shop and thereafter may prevent him from employing- qualified persons -

Vote for one: I fill vacancies In office such shall be who are hot members of the union. This could create an artificial .

fo be Governor of the State of McRAE for that part of the unexpired term labor shortage and also prevent a man from obtaining work
Florida, I ARTHUR R. commencing on the first Tuesday after without paying an Initiation fee to the union. Opponents of the
the first Monday In January next after amendment point out the manY advantages: the unions have brought
Ie for
> one: I such election. to the laboring man and maintain that unless they have the rightto

11 I MILLARD CALDWELL make a closed shoo contract their bargaining power Is gravely r
To be County Commissioner, Bradford PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL [ ] For the Amendment reduced. We believe that the arguments In favor 'tof this amendment
I County-District One AMENDMENTS outweigh those against It and recommend voting "for the amend-

Vote for one: [ ] Against the AmendmentNo. ment" Number Five.
o be Secretary.of State of the Amendment Number 6 <
State of Florida I I P. D. REDDISHTo To amend Section 1 of Article IX Relating to the establishment of uniform system of government
Ie for one: providing for a uniform and equal rate 8 for counties and-cities, which shall be applicable except In cases

I of taxation; providing for a special rate To amend Section S of Article vIa where local or special' laws are provided or may hereafter be provided -
I R. A. GRAY of taxation on intangibles not to exceed of the Constitution providing for five by the legislature! that may be Inconsistent therewith. The
two (2) mills and providing such ((5) County Commissioners Districts in simple effect of this amendment Is merely to take out of the con-''

I Commissioner. Bradford I tax on mortgages, deeds of trust or each county numbered one to five, as stitution an Impractical provision for Florida cities to have uniform
be County
County-District Two 1 other liens shall be payable when documents nearly as possible equal in population, municipal, .ov rnmept. according to population or some other classl'r
are recorded and be In lieu of and providing for one County Commissioner oration, Buck In lflM.: voters. approved an amendment providing rfor
I To be Attorney General of the all other Intangible 1 assessments on '
: l laws charter
Vote for one from each such districts: provide uniform cltv government and prohibiting special or
State of Florida such; Providing the tax therefrom may ing fpr the fixing of the boundary of applicable to Individual cities. It proved so Impractical, however -

fote for .one: E. I (LAWTON) CRAWFORDI be apportioned by the Legislature and such districts; providing for the elec- that tr>. legislature never made It effective Since it would
I be exclusive of all other taxes and
shall set system of government that would
tion of County Commissioners from the Teem Impossible tn up-a ; spit ,
I 11
TOM: WATSON providing the Legislature shall pre- county for terms of four ((4) years, the Individual needs of all towns of the same size we recommend

I I scribe of regulations property. to secure* just valuations and the staggering of such terms of voting "for the amendment" on Number Six.

office. Amendment Number
Commissioner, Bradford Providing that the terms of all persona appointed to fill vacancies '
be Comptroller of the be County
[ ] For the Amendment
State of Florida County District Three [ ] For the Amendment In Florida elective offices will run until Januarv after the
election of a successor, and the terms of those named In special
|ole' for one: < Vote for one: [ J Against the Amendment [ ] Against the AmendmentNo. elections to fill vacancies will run until .Januarv after the sperlal

WYNNI election. This la one amendment where all arguments seem favorable y
II I J. J. L.
M. LEE |
At present. persons appointed to fill vacancies serve only
I I No..Z 9 ntll a duly elected s ressnr has. ouallflnrt' for office sid per nns

(Deleted By The Supreme Court) elected to fill vacar-dea' serve the unexpired tem -of the official
To amend Article VII, Section 3 hey replace. It would undoubtedly end much of the confusion and
To be Treasurer of the be County Commissioner. Bradford providing for the Legislature in 1955 inc..rtantv! now existing by making" ail changes: In office both for ?

State of Florida County-District Four and every ten year. thereafter to apportion No. 10 full terms and part terrr. occur at the same time and bY preventing
ole representation In the Senate; disruptions In public affairs that might arise from such things aa "
for one: Vote for one: ._ creating the 39th. 40th and 41st State To amend< Article VIII of the Constitution contested special elections. We recommend a vote "for the amend

I J. EDWIN LARSON fT. C. CHASTAIN Senatorial districts; the 39th to comprise by adding additional sections to ment" on Number Seven.
I Osceola and Okeechobee counties, be known as sections 11 and 12 providing
I I the 40th to comprise Broward County that In Hlllsborouch County Amendment Number 8
I Gulf and Cal- from and after January 1, 1946 the Lengthening the term of office of County Commissioners from '
and the 41at to comprise
To I houn Counties; also to apportion representation County Tax Assessor assess propertyof two to four veers and providing for "..,._erip." en that t...... .".'! (t

|" be Superintendent of Public To be County Commissioner, Bradford in the House of Representatives county for purposes of State, County, b. some holdover members on the board at all times. Opponents 'r
ruction of the State of Florida County-District Five so that the five most populous School and Municipal Taxes levied by ay that four years Is too long for a bad official and that two years
ole for counties shall have three members, the the State and County County School III plenty for a good official to make a record that will Insure his
one: Vote for one; next 18 more populous counties shall Board, School Districts Special Tax e-elertlon. Those favoring the amendment point out that a new

I COLIN ENGLISHI HM. O. HARRELL have two members and the remaining School Districts and Municipalities of commissioner has hardly learned his lob before he has to stand for
counties one member each; and providing the county and providing' for the Legis- e-elertlon. Holdover members would help give the board continuity
I I that failure of the Legislature to lature of 1945 and thereafter to enact of policy and of experlerce. We make no recommendation on this ; M
apportion In the years above mentionedin suitable legislation specifying powers, amendment since It is a clear-cut Issue of: Do you want your County
a regular session succeeding Legislatures functions duties and compensation of CommlsHloners to serve you for two years or four years?

Commissioner of Agriculture To be Member! Board vof Public may do so In regular or special County Tax Assessors and providing' Amendment Number 9
In Hills-
Bradford County sessions, and any special session for that the County Tax consolidation offices in Orangeand
of the State of Florida Instruction, shall likewise collectall This one having to do with of
ole for District Two such purpose shall not be limited to borough County Dade Counties will not be voted on since It was removed from
one: taxes levied in the county by state
twenty (20) days, or at all until re- the ballot by a decision of the Supreme Court.
I Vote for one; apportionment is effected, and shall be County County School Board School
NATllAN :MAYOI limited to that subject; and providingfor Districts. Special Tax School Districtsand Amendment Number 10
I '- I r J. E. BROWNFor special elections to elect Senators Municipalities; and providing that Providing that all taxes in Hillsborough County both county

in the 39th. 40th and 41st districts In the Legislature of 1945 and thereafter and city will be assessed by the county assessor and collected by
I the event of ratification of this amend shall enact laws specifying powers the county collector. Those favoring the amendment argue that
Railroad Commissioner of the ment. functions, duties and compensation of the change will simplify payment of taxes by permitting a person

State of Florida County Surveyor such County Tax Collector. to pay all he owes at one office at onetime, and that It will pro-
ole for one: vide uniform assessments. The principal objection seems to be
I Vote for one: [ ] For the Amendment I ] For the Amendment that It Is purely a local matter affecting only one county and should
W. B. (BABE) DOUGLASS not be written Into the state's general basic law. Since It Is largelya
I I [ ] Against the Amendment [ ] Against the Amendment local matter for the people of Hillsborough County, we make no

recommendation and are willing to abide by their decision.-





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Witness.. my hand and official same .
1':. K. Inappllt'at
STATE OP FLORIDA to Horn Lee the office of the Honorable of Bradford seal lit Starke, Florida, this October ,,,,,,
Sculptress SpeaksAt Fowler whose residence la. Unknown Perryman, County J Judge ten clock 2flth 1944 Issued th. ...d
County Florida, at i Is
: (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas embrao. .
thereafter M
LuncheonIn Von are required to appear on In the forenoon, or an soon .be As Clerk of said Court.T. properly ,J ou
Junior November 13., 1SI44. In the anoinameMl as sell application sale the Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida ford, 8tai,n
Court and rauxe, wherein heard, to at private for Plf. 10-27 4t 11-17
Walnut St. USO plaintiff seeks dl\nii FYmmn full undivided Interest of Hald Atty. BE', ,.r ,' yl8Sec.
Red t Telegraph shall publish this minors ax minor helr -at-law of w+ 2i! T. ,i'
County ... In and to IT ('OI'UT, iu<. talnlng ,, 4
Onlt-r In next four weekly l..nue H. It. Rhoden deceased iv: inn DFOIII N.I \ ,
Lora W. Steere nationally rec- '\' tni'Hx my hnnd and official the above described lands. ("01".1"" %'. .'IOIlIU.11 tll.VN-, The at-". ,

Cross "ignlzeJ sculptress gave a most "Pili at Slnrke. Florida thin Oct- Dated at Starke' Florida thla <'KIIY.Mildred erty und,",
r.l.vr. 12, 1844fOFFH'IAt. 17th day of A. I> 1941. I Elisabeth/ Brown, Plain- xued WHS ,ii,; 9r
JfI 'mil-resting and entertaining demonstration HEAT) A. J. Thorn. O"kki'L TAYi.0I1As tiff, vs Samuel Brown, Defendant.Case NormanUnlep h
Sends An Clerk of said r'.urt. ClunrJInn for J. 1>. Taylor, Harold Nn 3380. I a
of clay mOdeling to H H Duncan Ja..k "nvlll... Florida Taylor and Robert Taylor, I ORDER OF PUBLICATION redeemed .

Xmas the 45 army wives attending the Atty for Pit. tOU3t3 Minors 10'20-4t-U10'' | AND: NOTICE TO APPEAR property .1 I,i ,tr v
----- STATE OF FLORIDA to: SamuelBrown Bold to th .
regular luncheon at the Walnut whose residence la 1530 I." i ?I
\OTICM' OF IVrK\IIOV TOt- i\ .lrIIT toiler UII.'UFnll" court hour d '.
Boxes I P t.Mm t. Street USO Club recently. J'l.V FOil Kl'> 41. l l"<'II,\IK.i-:) (01':11'1'1': FLORIDA1N: .IIA\- Bradley Avenue, Camden, New Jer. doy In th rth
i1 demonstration TO ALl. WHOM IT MAYCONCIiLV: (KH Y.Crifford, sey, 1944, which I i iuemlier _
Following her Notice !la hereby given that I M Taylor, Plaintiff vs. You are required to appear onNovemb..r 1944 '' ti
To Mro Stere assisted each of the have filed my final report an administrator Norma W. Taylor, Defendant. Case 27th. 1K44, In the above Dated thiVClerk ,
of the estate of Jamc No. 3388. named Court and cause, whereinplain 19ft.
'the pat
luncheon guests in modeling Milton Brownie In the County ORDER OF PUBLICATION tiff seeks divorce. Bradford

SoldiersDuring little blocks of clay that formed Judge's Court of Bradford Count] AND NOTICE TO APPEAR County Telegraph shall publish this of Cirem.t" IlrfhOSa4,
tables. The Florida, and have filed my petition STATE OF FLORID to Norma Order In next four weekly Issues. County Florida olBtr.
place cards at the for final discharge, and that I W. Taylor whose residence Is 1159 Witness my hand and official 10-27 tt II-I
fa s +c democratic donkey and the O.O.P. will apply to lion K. K. ferryman, West 7th Street, Erie, Pennsylvania. seal at Starke, Florida, this October ntFPicIALII! (
County Judge of Bradford County, You are required to appear on 20th, 1944.OFFICIAL .
elephant, in typical controversialposes Florida, at his office in SI ark.. November 27th, 1944 In the above ( SEAL) A. J, Thomas TO \VHoii: .iv1Cg
the past few weeks the planning and packing of those made from red plastlcene Florida, at 10 A.1.. o'clock on named Court and cause, wherein As Clerk of said Court. This ta to certifS COSet,

Prince of Peace, in the midst of boxes! by Mrs. Steere were centerpiecesfor November the cam 14.and 1944 for final for dlacharga approvalof County Plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford this T.Atty.Frank for Plf.Landrum Starke 10-27} H Florida 1117.NOTICE I I as T. AdmlnlMtrato'McEver ; Final that fcl-r'

war, has filled the hearts and A partial list of the contents the luncheon. such admlnlntrntor. Order In next four weekly Issues. Accounting, and in'JUtl'i'
children of Brad- of the boxes would include dolls, This October 12. l!>44. Witness my hand and official OF APPLICATION FOR day of November i.Jf lbe 'I
minds of school I Mrs. Steere, a native Califor- I J. W. Erownlee seal at Starke, Florida, this October TAX DEED Honorable I E; K al
ford County.On paint boxes, crayons jump ropes, Administrator of the estate of 21th. 1944. (Senate Rill No. Judge of Dradforu P-rtYtnill. (Cou.
.1IV'EN. ,
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marbles, soap, wash cloths, tow- ntan, has been sculpturing since a i James Milton Brownlee. (UFFICIALSEAL) A. J. Thomas No's HEREBY for Final Ulscharg u'1mlnlstrator
Saturday, October 14, over abroad studying jew- 1013-4t-ll3| | As Clerk of said Court. That C. C. Norman holder of Tax qk""
els, pencils, combo, hair ribbons year spent Will o. Murrell, Jacksonville, Fla. Certificate No. 64. Issued the 4th
one hundred Christmas gift boxes neck ties, beads tooth brushes, elry-making. In order to set t\ tmrtiT roniT, nntnKciHiOIr Atty. for Plf. 10-27 4t 11-17 day of July A. D 1938, has filed 10-2 4t 11-17 L4mh\\11);

were to an eastern seaboard and talcum <'. "', FLUIIt\t lIII- -
sent face
and tooth paste
she to take '
was required
.. .
cameos, ( It" IN C"In't'IT {COI'ILT miI>KOHI>
city for shipment to England, powder, handkerchiefs, chewing some work in modeling and In David K. TttterlnRton. Plalntllfl.. (01'11'1'1'. FI.OIl1DA4 IV CIIAVCKHY. I'A
ornaments vs. Margaret Cowella Tltterlngtor N
and hair and lapel
France, Holland and Belgium. gum, toys her own words, she "hasn't got Defendant Cane No. 3370. Clara Bell Carter, Plaintiff, vs.Osgond INSTITUTIONdedicated
note books and American ORDER OF PCBLICATIONANt Carter, Defendant. Case .
These boxes, a traditional Jun- NOTICK TO API'EAR
the clay off her hands yet" No. 8,187.
ior Red Cross project, but under- flags. STATE OF FIXWIHA to: Marie. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND to refined service honorably
New York
She has exhibited In
Due the scarcity of film, few ar..t Cowella Tltterlntrton whose
to "
NOTICE TO APPEAR serving all with
Bradford equal
taken for the first time in of the schools were able to In- and Chicago, and has had one- re.ITlence la Washington D. C. STATE' OF FLORIDA to Osgood courtesy and I
County, will go to the boys You are required to appear onov"mb..r Carter whose residence Is Un- noteworthy economy.
clude a picture of their school, man shows of her work in Glendale 13th., 1944 In the above known.
and the
and girls of England as had been hoped, but some of and at Glenwood Inn at named Court and cause wherein You are required to appear on
countries as plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ...'
liberated European November 27th, 1944 In the above
Some of her
Riverside California.
from the .he boxes from Bradford County County Telegraph shall publlsl named Court and cause, wherein, .
Christmas greetings contained a splendid picture of statues are now in the Los An- I thin Order in next tour weekly Is- Plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford

American Red Cross. and the picture geles Museum and In a collec- aup.Witness my hand anil official County Telegraph shall publish. thin
the building, Order In next four weekly Issues. DEWITT C. JONES
It Is always a source of won- shown with this article was Included tion at the Univeristy of California seal at Stark, Florida, this October Witness my hand and official

der and renewed hope to watch i at Los Angeles. She was 11th., 1944. seal at Starke, Florida thla October AMBULANCE
in the boxes from the (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas, 26th 1944OFFICIAL SERVICE
children carry out a task of this Thurston Negro School. If you I chosen to make the Lincoln bust As Clerk of said Court.T. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomaa ,
Starke, FlorIda -
Frank Landrum, /
kind. Such care and love and for the memorial university at As Clerk of said Court.
look closely you will see the boxeson Atty. for Plf. 1013-4t-ll| |: E. K. Perryman. Starke Florida. 11 Funeral Director
holiday thrills as went Into the table and the Junior Red Cumberland Gap. Atty. for Plf. 10-27 4t 11.11IN

of world- Mrs Steere is In Starke visit- IN ciitniT foritr. HH \nponi
Cross Banner, a symbol nnrriT "Ot'UT. nn\i>Foiii>
('OI' TFI.OIU"'I IM tll.t\-
wide service. ing her daughter, Mrs. Russell CIHY. ('OI''liTV, FI.OHIIHl IV' CHA>- Phone 7

whose husband Is stationed at <'KUV.Jamea .
Ruth Thompson a minor by
All of the boxes were lined with Jr., Plaintiff vs.
T. BrlHtowe aa her next friend FLORIDA
to Work"Amendment Camp Blanding. They are tour-
The "Right Defendant.
had Lucille Eleanor Aley,
Christmas paper and many Plaintiff va. John Thompson, De
Ing Florida and visiting with the fendant. Case No. 3363. Case No. 3386.ORDER .
simply guarantees tinsel, icicles, Christmas cards OF PUBLICATION
H. at Melrosefor
addressed AND NOTICE
well. An
seals as
the next two weeks. STATE OF FLORIDA
all workers the right to envelope was Included so that the STATE OF FLORIDA to: John Eleanor Aley whose residence Is
end Thompson, whoae residence It Route No. 1, Sandy Lake, Pennsyl
happy recipient innrriT 'OI'IIT. IIHAI>FOHI> Unknown:
employment whether they roiTV, FI.OIIIIIM ix: ('''.\::11- vania. 1
sender. You are required to appear orNovember
to the to on
thanks ( KUY.Hubert the above You are required appear The Very Finest
11th 1044
belong to a union or not. :Mrs. W R. Morse, Junior Red B. Edmonds: Plaintiff vs. named Court and cause, wherein November Court 27th,and 1944 cause In. ,the wherein abovenlm..rI
wishes to expressher Margaret Edmonds, Defendant. plaintiff seeks divorce. BradfoH Bradford
Chairman, divorce.
Cross seeks
OUR No. 3360.OUOIJK County Telegraph shall i 1)lJIIhh l: Plaintiff this
sincere thanks to the childrenand OF PUBLICATION thin Order In next four weekly issues Telegraph shall publish Issues.Wltnexd Fruits & Vegetables)
It will put an end to the teachers of Bradford County AND NOTICE TO APPEAIl Order In next my four hand w andy official
STATES OK I..oRIJ'A to: Margaret official
Witness my hand and
this October -
of forcing who so gladly filled these boxes' Edmonds c-o Harry Faw's Heal at Starke' Florida, this October seal at Starke., Florida,
evil practice 1944OFFICIAL Reasonable Prices
and for more to Rend. Office Hotel Jno. Sevter, Johnson Tth 1944OFFICIAL SHAD A. J. Thomas
begged :
City, Tennessee: ( HEAL) A. J. Thomas
workers to pay some! union It is a reassurring sign in these You are required to appear on Aa Clerk of said Court. As Clerk of said Court.Starke, Florida. e
November 13th., 1(144( In the above T. Frank Landrum I:
I Starke. Florida
that at least the Knight & Knight, : 4t 11-1T
strife 10-27
overlord for a "I'ermlt" before days of named Court and cause, wherein Attys. for Plf. 1013-4t-ll3| | Atty. for Pit. NO SUNDAY SALES
younger generation and plaintiff Reeks divorce. Bradford roTiiT.
. nnj\i)
the time for County Telegraph shall piibllnh this iv: fiitrriT (.01." ., nit IDFOHIIM ) iv r..IC".IT : CII\V-
find IV
they can get a Job. teachers can Order In next four weekly IKHUBH.WltneHn ('( "\'rr. Fi.oitmti i\ IIIVN-: ('OI' 'I'V. FLOIIIHAl
unselfish work for those not so my hand and official c'.:It'-. CKHY.Floyd Get All You Want Up To Mid-
Real at Starke, Florida, thin October Ruth Thompson, a minor by W. A. Oambler. Jr., Plaintiff,
fortunate.AT fith, 1944tOFFlCIAli ')'. Brlntowe an her next friend,, v... Mary M Gambler, Defendant. night Saturday
"IT IS SIMPLEAMERICANISM" SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Plaintiff, vs. John Thompson, De Cane No. 3361.ORDER .
AH. Clerk of Maid Court. fendant. Case No 3151 OF PUBLICATIONAND
FIRST T. Frank nnclrun, fturke, Florida/ ORDER OF PUBLICATION NOTICE TO APPEAR -
SIGN OF A J D Atty. for t'lf. 1013-4t-U3| | AND NOTICE TO APPEAR STATE OF FLORIDA to Mary
Is 1530
STATE OF FLORIDA to: John M. Gambler whose residence
o 1U8E iv riiirrrr {'ol'nT. \nroim Thompson whose residence la Un- drove I Street: San Francisco, California Leon Dicanclio
Amendment No 5, Mrs. Carol Teeples.
Vote FOR <'OI"'I'V"< iv:/ CHIN4F.HV. known: %
You are required to appear on You are required to appear
/ C/: November 13th 1944 In the above November 27th, 1944 In the above
Nov. 7th C. l> "Fowler Plaintiff, VR. RossLse
666 wherein
3312.Fowler, Defendant Cane No. named plaintiff Court seeks and divorce cause, Bradford wherein named plaintiff Court seeks and divorce cause, Bradford I CALL & CHERRY_STS.

directed ORDER OF PITBLICATIOV County Telegraph shall publish this County Telegraph shall publish this
Cold Preparations as ANIJ NOTICE TO APPEAR Order In next four weekly Issues. Order In next four weekly Issues.
Witness. my hand and official
Real at Starke Florida this October -I

7th., 1944.OFFICIAL I
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,

HOW TO VOTE FOR" Knight AH Clerk& of Knight said ,Court.Starke, Florida, DO YOUR DUTY

Attys. for Plf 1OI13.4t| -1113|

, iv THK rnirriT- COVHT OF

IIII.\l)FOItll "'OI' T". FI.OK1IM I
Oeraldlne Wagner 8trl'k land, AS A CITIZEN

DEWEY AND BRICKER ELECTORS Plaintiff Defendant.vs.No.Homer 3359.A. Strickland,,

The State of Florida to: HomerA.

,. Strickland, c-o Atlantic Coast
__ I--I- ji Line Railroad or No. 614 Pendletor
Street, Waycross, Georgia.

suit You has are been hereby flied notified against you that In a NOVEMBER' 7th 94

Real Democrats Splitting i the above entitled cause and you
are are hereby required to file your VOTE
written appearance In said null GeneralElection
with the Clerk of said Court on or in the

before November 13th. A. D. 1944.
The nature of sold suit being
for Divorce.
(SAMPLE BALLOT) Their Witness my hand and the seal
of said Court of Starke Florida,.
this 8th day of October, A. D. 1944, The coming election-is of the utmost importance to every
Make: a Cross (X) before the Make a Cross (X) before the Clerk Circuit Court state and national offices to be
of John W. Muakoff, Plaintiff's At- Floridian. Not only are major
,' name of the Candidate of your name of the Candidate your
Ticket torney. 1013-4t-ll3| |
I choice or if you wish to vote a choice or if you wish to vote a filled but the following 10 Amendments to the Constitutionwill

Straight Democratic Ticket make Straight Republican Ticket make iv cmcriT 'OI'RT. BHI>FOIII: .
C'OI'\I'I'V.: FLOUID.Vl IM Cllt.V "
an X hi the circle below: an X In the circle below: CKHY.Margaret. be submitted to the voters: 1.

C. Oarlock, Plaintiff, vsF. .
Harold Garlock, Defendant. Case
I DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES: REPUBLICAN NOMINEES: VOTE FOR No. 3379: 1 viding for the right of collective

REPUBLICANPRESIDENTIAL STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: .... Harold Limiting Taxation of intangi bargaining.No. '

o O Oarlock, whose residence. li

fornia Eddy :Hotel, San Francisco Cali- .ble property to 2 mills.. No. 6

''r ,, To vote a "straight Democratic To vote a "straight Republican ELECTORS November You are 20th required 1944,to In appear the above on No. 2Reapportioning Uniform County and Municipal

ticket" make an X mark in the ticket" make an X mark In the named Court and cause, wherein
plaintiff seeks divorce and custodyof representation Government.
circle above circle above. children. Bradford County Telegraph -

shall publish this Order In in House and Senate after 1955.
VOTE FORState next four weekly Issues.Witness No. 7
my hand and of tic",,'
For Presidential Elector of the For residential Electors of the seal at Starke, Florida this October No. 3 tenure of appointees
of Florida State of Florida IT. 1944.OFFICIAL Fixing'
Miles H. Draper ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. who fill vacancies in.
of Peace disand electees
Vote for As Clerk of said Court. Limiting Justice
Eight (8)xnTIrmCcAN )
Vote for Eight ((8)) .
Knight & Knight
.. ForUnited for Plf. 10120.4t1111IN tricts. elective office.
Attya. | |


: Election of State Attorneys of County
CE M. K mt L. HALL Senate PHOHATK. Regulation
I In Re: Uuardlanshlp and estate of
-,-LEW1 1' WAYntls'ADCrA! }L rVi1 Harold Taylor, J. D. Taylor and Criminal Court Judges, and missioner Districts and making
Robert Taylor, Minors.
Tn-XV--SE.DEN XTMRrMAZIJf"NORTHn NOTICE! OF WALE County Solicitors beginning 1948. term of office four years.

"tt =-1L glibEMAKER XMRs-RUDr'i': V .NNERVOTE: FOR the NOTICE undersigned IS HEREBY Earl GIVEN Taylor that ai

--sfAiFY-svLLlvxx-: XFMRS:M'RhrENrWORrr: Ouardlan of and for the person No. 5 No. 9Consolidation
and estate of Harold TaYlor J. D.
P I Taylor and Robert Taylor Minors, To amend section 12, Declaration of certain
of Baker County, Florida, will apply I
, _ _ _ _ __F Democratic to the Honorable E. K. Perryman. of Rights in the Constitution' In Orange and.
1 County Judge of Bradford County offices
County, Florida, for 'an order to by providing the right of
Nominees sell at private sale the Interests of persons Dade Counties.
aid minors In and to the follow-
shall be
from GOVER.I ing described real estate, slteatelying to not abridged on '
and being In Bradford County t of No. 10
account membership or non-
State of Florida to-wit:
I NOR to CONSTABLE (36 acres of land part of It ly_ and collectionin
membership in laborAnion' Tax assessment
ing In Section 11; Lota 10 and 121; any
I In Section IS Lots 6. I, ft
6, T. 9. 10
11. 13. 23. 24 and 2<; In Section IS _labor organization; and pro- in Hillsboro Count
I Lots i. 3. 3. 14, IS. 1', IT, IS and -
For United State Senator from For United State Senator from the West H of Lot 31. all of Lot
39, 40, 42, 63 and 64; In Section 17.
the State of Florida the State of Floridafor Lota 21. 27. 28, 23, 84, 35, SilL 27 mind
Be a Good Demo 38, North H of Lot 39, all of l.otato.
(for a term of six years from ( a term of six years from 41. 44. 46. 46. Ill, 112.11II. 57, 61) Study"these amendments well. Make up your

January >, 1943) January 3, 1945) crat. Vote and 63j; In Section 11; North H. ol j tbeJIl,
t Lot 14 and all of Lots 32, S3, 41. .whether of each of
Vote for One (1) Vote for One ((1) 42, 49, 50. tl 62. S3. 64. 66. 64, 67. you approve or disapprove
coalition of so, 61, 52. (3. 64; In Section 19
.-.-...- ; East H of Lot 40, North H. ol the and J
-r7c'--1f--I ,," rEP -J.n. X"MtLES-) :DRAPER Hillman Lot 43 West H. of Lot 33, East H. \Then go to polls vote as your j'udg- JA

I I Brow. of Lot 81; In Section 10 Lot. 1,
3. 3 4. 7, 8. 9, 13, 14. 21. 22. 23, ment tells to vote. Let saY r )
'i der New Dealers 25, 26, 27, and 28; All of the above you nothing prevent a
described In Township .
property being -;/

, (Balance of Ballot Deleted) and the Political lawn 6 Woodlawn South Kange Is S3 cut East up Wood Intc you fromvoting on November 7. y:bellet pat

1A acre tracts, more or less) also, pIl
Bosses. Lot. 5, 6. 7, 8. IlL 22. 27. aT, 38, .
THE INDEPENDENT PARTY 3). 40, 41, 42. 43. 45. 46. 49, 60, 63, OJ
63. 54 56. 54. 67, 88,'' 6O. 61." 62, 63,
of Section 10 Township 5 South,,
o (White Democratic Party of Florida) Range 22 East
(Paid Political Adv.) That. said application will bi JAX BREWING S COMPANY I JacksonvilleFla
made by said guardian on the Zlsi
day of November .A. D., 1944, a'<'t ,

j] -

IawataMW aW tilc '

I.. vnYKMBEU 3. 1944 I

'.'.''.'IF.... r.ccrve . .
: : ::::
'' '' ' t

I 1 .lil.l. will upply to the IlonouthlvII I I'K II highest:::; I III
113. of
Daze Tt'4a4ilOb Sgt. Faulkner Prisoner of Germans I'I K. ""I'I""n. Cininlv ..h1dg.of Hrnith. Rangy Hritlnn:22 KntTllllt :I I" Ton ""hlIi will sell for cash to the

\w Ih ,tdfnd, t'niiniy, )Klcrlilii. fin an ,, Nlllil ail'll| < noun I \% t III) ,h,. II I bidder. at the South front door
Itn'derto" I. N.-II III prllntu< ( MMl<- thfj' nmil. by NI&UI Riiariltjin ,on UM Jl I'I of the
1 Mr and Mrs Ben Faulkner of Brad- I I"u1'' iTMtx' tif HiUtl minor In ami tn I II day of November; A I'v. i'i44' at County Courthouse I II

> I ford_ Cnnntv h..v.. .... .... ......... I : r,. followlnir i iliwrlhmt: rl'nl I | e.t.t1 .- ,I the ifflro of the llonoriihU'' i': K. Starke, Florida the following de- j
u. __ ..n." .._ _" .I"'n.. ... .. "...n'.... I ttltimte lying and I liclnir In IVrrynmn. foimty Jmlitn nf Iliail- I I Trlbfd real pstatt- situate In
I inilfiirtl. Comity: Slalv of Florldn IIt.wit I foril I i
their son. Staff Sgt. Robert L. Faulkner I'ouulyI"lorldn, at Ion .u'rl UK k
: I II II In Iho forriuion. or n"too.'It II"-'..>- 11I'"dfol'l1 i County, FloiUla to-

Ifr fflEAN Igi' a prisoner! of war of ,the Ger- n I '.i'l HI'rt-n of Inml part| of It h'- I ..f"'" HK till" HPi'llcnt |.." map l I.ihnrd > wit :
In* In fSfrili-i' !! n : Lit 30 and .t. I to icll at prlMitc wall* tin t
II I man government. The news was received In Bert Ion 19 full undivided. IntercHt at NR I
L.otH &. *. 7. s.. !'.. I ?( alil tiilnor neplnnlnjt corner of NE 1
I IV 11. I 12 : **, minor hetri.
I through the International Red 2:1. 14 and Jll. In'IN'lIun Afl jit-lu of II.
I ID, Lute I. 3, S, l4. U. I U. l IT. Vs n Itlu'ili-n. iloceHKvd.. In Mini to tl<.. 1-4 of NW 1-1 of fVe :10, '[tivp.

i I Croas. Several weeks ago the Faulk- and the W"m' i 1i of Lot 31 all of above dnHcrllipit Innil 7 S. H 22 K: and run \V along

M I tiers notified Uit 3)1, 40. 42 6.1.: anil 84.; In tSn.lion l Itat..d l nt SlnrKc. Florida, thin'
were that
their i u'cHun line 7803
son was La State
'i CT 17; I.,.'.. ii. 27, JM, ;30. 14: :36. I Iho 17th day of October, A. 1>
m IBB Ing in action and this la the first ; 'Ijrt, 87. SM, :North '4 (if Lot S'l! all 1044. Bond 28. thence NWly along said
I Lots 4ft, 41 I. 44, 43.; 40, 51, 63. :MUS. (i-AnniK niionKv.: .1
,,64' road 357.8 thence E
Information ft. 8809 ft.
__ they have had since men 671, and 3 ; In Section: I IS; I An lunrdliin for I II'ln Khotten ,

Sgt. Faulkner was a waist .'" North <* of Lot 14 and nil of I.otii JoKhln Uhodvn. and I: III.' thence S :332 ft. to P.OIl.f ALSO
SCIENCEpuII gunneron 82. rl. 41 1. 42, 4t, All, al 62. 63, M, I minor )- '
J a Flying Fortress and was based 66 6tf 17. 6U, 01, 62 fi.l. ((14 ; In Sec HI".n'j bvK'nnlng at said 1'.0.11. run W

i In tion ID Runti of l.tit 40, :North: NOTICE OF MASTEK'S: 780.3 ft. to Bald road thence '
Italy with the 15th Army Air Force. 1 nf Lot
> Reel III of Lot 83, I
said road 173.8 '
Knot <. of Lot In Take notice that accordance i SKly along ft..
Only a short while 4 61.; :30; in
ago he wrote hU. I..nt I, 2. 3. 4, T, S, !11. 13, 14. 21. with Final Decree rendered I I thence E 723.7 ft., thence N 165i :

parents that he had flown eight missions : >, :, .22, 23. 25. i,*. 17. and 2 H; All of by i ft. to p.o.n.; during the legal
the above... ..rlh..d |>rop.rty being Circuit Court of Bradford COl'nty.I

and had "yet to see an enemy In Township 6 South. Range" 221su.t l Florida, In Chancery in the case hours of sale on November 6, ,
: 1M cut
plane. ; Into 10 iu of D. h. Knight plaintiff Obe 1044.
'" acre tract, more or Iris) vs.

Joinlrur- the. Air IPmvA- - 1n- TSTnunrnVtA- - -----,.. ,,,-.,, ,'-- .-"' -.-. -,.. -, alao' Lot 6. 8. 7, M, 21. 22, 27, 37 F. hall defendant Case No. 3208 ,,I> T. FRANK LANPnUJt.
3X ft, 40. 41, 42 436. 4A, 41. 60.1 1
\ 1043, Sgt. Faulkner attended the aerial 62 63, B4, 66, ae, 67 68, 6u, 61, 62. the undersigned Special Master 10203t 113. Special Mauler.
Itob..rt 1 __ _________ ._ ._ .. . .
--- -- - -- .
school at -- -- -- -
gunnery -Kingman Arizona --
NOTICE' Ol ILtCTIONTht run in tawni unit Fort-firm I41 t' Oi.- ''haPh.- miinivme amendment a* >...

where he won his gunner's wings. He 'WHrpAR! > LeclnHHlir. et 1M1Ponitltttlon frlru hull t>* li-rtd. for a term 9l tine 14 v *..<->r PI nf ,,,. :C: ,,n.tlfittlon >
__ ___ . _,._ four war .....
L IB. a > - tmAM II. n' '""6. et end the **niitnr from the it the i 1a ta"na,
graduate 01 utia:: ana was employed : ftf FlnMrl. hid, ..*.. 111 Intnt .Neonnnr1meMt Fnrtlrtn' I401M D1ftr1tt Circled fof S to uniform' count ann Ternwent -.'" n ."..

by the MacEvoy ShipbuildingCorp. ..."..- eronM4nf ..' to tntn term M two wren from th. tlm* nfth and the claMlfleatlnn j4elite.
w r'......ihrIan .. th. ....,_ M Flnrkl. ..n'1Ihr *. a.nmi election, nf 1H4( and tbrpft -. and town be and tb. same la.
lIe feu &d'a9 U'ada&e In Savannah Ga., as an electric ...... were .ere.A r>. S ,NAP ft' . r MM 5.mahn. chat n. *ti-cfiNf for hereh. eareed tn end shell ha eiib

welder before his enlistment. ..>.........*. of .f rite n>em>*_'. .l......* a' w term* of four *reed .[cent IB .MM to' I mlrted, to the ..,.......... nf the "...,.
1ft ..nrh htv._* th"t thy v.. .. aIl *nM >rnnrv n office i" Florid* *t the General Flection nf ,
In one of the last! letters received ?.<,..., P....)..tint' wire ..>.**r..1 un.... Jun riled 14 tn 1041".fflcSrrrvUry M a t.t. R..nre>entaftvee tn be held In 144
.h.t,.'_ tai,...1. je tb the .en.tne 1 for ennmval nr refection1 that I. tna
WALL PAINT here by his parents Sgt. Faulkner ..-4 ,... fhwrenn .M ,h-. 4.A 4.1.r. .a that .retinn t4 of Article m .>< i

stated ant "'n>r' Mat '''e ..!,, ,..!-' A JOfNT OUtTTlON pronoun mAmr '''. Constitution nf the that ho had .
helped bomb Budapest ........lMt<..n. .... ..,hirilti>i1 tn f>. elerto" nrt Section tl nf Art1rlr' V nf the 'da he amended an a to real. a. "follow .
and Hungary than He '., txo .f.... .. .h. Oenentl rieeflnn tn (TnnMtltiitlon/ nf the "tnt.* nf Florida' RIntlnrf *- **
more once. .,..... l m ,,,.11..'* I....'. .
FOR BETTER -K. T (1)44 anti ** .ee .l..n .4 The ...-..latitr*'> ..."n
was apparently in good health and !VOW ruvninrow. I. It 4ecr nRAt. af th. FVi f*. e itahlth uniform * nf eoitntv
.Hir. o. ...t.. ... .... ...$ >' FlMtA. BI" rr Rr..nt vi n nif THW i row- and miiolcinal, ffnvernment which shall
spirits saying that the-men of his out 1 A, her**!*. Mw..nNo. .*.. f.ATimr or rut STATF or rrnnmAt he annllcahle accent *n eaee. whirr

DOITYOURSELFPAINTING fit had plenty to eat and slept In tents Orym"L H.ICTIOH That th. Onll""n"/ mnr1mpntt tn .**.<.. ,Inpai. nr -_,,, law ere orovlded, Mmes
; .'"fl) ... h..M In ....... .........*,. In Ptnr" .... Mnn 11 of ArttrU' V nf the Cnnittt.itlnn hereafter. he nmvtded b. the f...-
r ; with brick floors. "* ...*M4M. n.... t_ M th. Meta of r,orM. h. and ,l""tiire that mil h. lncnn.latnt therewith .
Mneta.. I In VnnimH D ">'4 Ult the Mm" b h.*.rtr. >* mmto unit tri.
The Faulkners have three other ._t" .'....-.. "...... tit.CCVrhI *.m. null h* Tflinmltf to th. mmltflurt Puns, in office !I..17 at State
WASHABLE in the ,.. na" n. NI\V"MlP' I "trrtort tf the ffn9r l ..7t1oo Ifl June 10 104X
sons service. .
top the n..i..e.,l..n nr pofeM'nn n, rhe 1044 fnr rtlfr| .tlon or r.1.rtlon.M .

Now-a soybean paint concentrate that takes the Preston Edgar Faulkner Sea. 1-c, ..M Jnnf *>.._..,....... n...n.wlne, *.n..n... ".rfnn tl There .hoi.) N* not lance A JOINT HKSOt. -.UT1OM Pm_... to
men*. tn "'.. Cnxntltntlnn 0' the St.t. 'than fiv# ..".,,.. Dfrttrlrt' In *.rbrnitntv Amend ejection *. ....
Sir and Section le
pain out of painting-it'* actually fun to paint is a telephone operator at the U S. "f florid t/lrr unit th..T.. .h.M h. .!i.rtM nn.. nf Article' Jtvrn nf the rnn.tltwtton aIM /

Naval Frontier Base Mayport Fla. JOite. of the Plan top nrh ,...", *lt.f* nf Penned Relaflne, to .".. ,
A JOINT FF with SPR.ED. One Neuron T P"nn n. f> Office nf P.r.or>. AnonIMnr
coat coven any surface. iL'ES T-5 Ben Nelson Faulkner Is servo Amendment. .., Qerttnn V nf Arttrfe THnf yea's Rxintln: JiiMlr' "'.lrt. are ri.rtn4 tn Pill VnriinflM, In rhea.
*he t rnn tltiitlnn of Flnrlftii. Re1tln hrr.M r Mmt.MNl httt the. ....*.lritnrmn (tI.. Dfflco Untfi-r Knlrl' Pnnntltiitlnnor .
FARTHER washable-stays clean Iongel'-dries to a smooth the with the 237th Station Hospital tn T''T.'ion HT _rfnl' AH. from time '!111m.. A.
. rr RPSrT v.n ow 7me f '''"'et.A.
.. " Re .. PMM Ve'n RV' I'51_ V '''' 1''. rrmmr. the ftnnnrtrirf of env with Dt- T71Px .
brushfree surface in somewhere in the South : T.A'r"' y''u' n. riff now or hrf1 _""llahe1. andIn..Oabtisit THF BTATF OF .o1lmA.
% Ttn'
hour. "TA'I'1' nr nltmA''
No offensive odor. "i nr nHnlt..h witrh That tr. fnllnnHnv nm..viflm..nt to *wtlnn
f 'r'h.t the fo'InA... .. nw an
Pacific. .m.,4mrat 1ft M II ate UMlnn S TVTTT >
nf 'Artlrl
ntatMM t
r ) : "on 1 nt Aift-i. PC nf the Cnn.'.,,...... now or hereafter. ntwtln.t "' .. .
mix and She .
Easy to easier to "" .., Provided however that hrtinnvir rnn tlt tln nf the "tut. nfh
Try spreading > nv o e
apply P"4. ... .
,,, *
Warrant Officer Paul H. Faulkner ; retn'tnttn ne on Mn"' ''. unit the .,, 1. herehVs
J .. .. .h.ll h. wlbmlttol tn ,h* m
i the t. .
: hpreh.t tn ) .hut M and the ...." ....._
economical beauty in your home now. You'll enjoy Is also in the South Paci ' t of hn n.KvnlMett rtnrMn tn rl*. ..l..*.,...ep nt the .*...' of Bn M. Ihr count n.*irt nn..."'efeted,.... rawest b. mIIted, .<. th. "" ,,"PI.came" ....-.../ e nfnf <><..

e ; Me reNPierlne nr reteit'nnt .t.*rflonrilvrf stn'" F'rtHi fr ri **fl*.(..*nn nr r..
this new of fic. h. nert n."..,1 Klertlon to . heM / ,, . .. .
? way painting. In > m afire Secretary of Sut.. .cP/nn of ..nmt*<* <.p< ** r* l piece ,
"j 10M ..
> fo".wrWerttnn flnn .. .
June 10. 194.1 IhaI. tn Mr' tlnit Mln sand
ER I TO APPLY Mr. and Mrs. Faulkner are ;\ . .'.,..,,,',. 1 Thr ,..>H.<*>riie. ...,," nrn.efrte f 0' ArUi-l WtTI nf .he Cnn.ttlxtlnn .
1ft; .. :- fnr 9 itnntm and .... < . .
., tonal r .f nf the t. t "f rlnrM *..
proud of their sons and the Important .."on evr nt thet <1 m.. nrn,..r.. A JnTNT Rl'lnl.lrn01'l:' Prnnn.ofn. .n ampnd.A to tied ... fnl1nw
'. t fed -.."- *, rate nr M.e. nn ttltunfnlenennert Amendment tn Article V nf the Tontltiitfon .
part they are performingIn .'. o.. "S.Mlnn *. The Vrm nf nffi.. *nr
J!' hut ...., neM.1 rule ne rut**. nf nnrldn nv ""''n. thtrnto"n .n ,
"tiwH nnt e wM ...m. 0 4nt. 'Additional" Srf1nn ""1,11,, ? tn the S000inr.S tn Oil vfi'1****'*. In nv "
o nn 'e
the service. Their many friends nf the *1.r*">.. n'1fi .. Ibis) C.n
tm r
flprtlnn "
1 nf ""ttnt A ttornrwa. Jiidtf nfrlmfnnl
e nf
th.9 MMe*>w (9 vMltn* tnn nf .irhthllt .. .
98 .tI,, ._
hell enl. he
end f1M
Cmirt nf Rt, cnrrl and CmtntYnllrltor
nfanefh1. nconerH. .., .
will a.M
rejoice with them that they TpA,.
$ .. .Pie. M. NM Mn,4as to
.". nhlI"""'"". ..m1reA M mots.15V0 4TCt'nf th JM ant n* .1- .
ER HIDING have heard that their son Is alive Aped of tnnt nr nther Hen the Hrltor of tb. Court nf Rrmr4 nf F>. ..,,.,,M tied *n r the .li>rttnn end I \
Te....1"..'.. ...... nrejrlnn tin I"'",. fNmbfA, CmmtT and Provldlntf for *111ViiranH "*- t-t:1';:: :: >nnr \
,. . . rare. '>f ,
n. of inch Offlt-tiPrior
after he had been reported miss- fax nf nnt th. IIImin. n .
Hen ,
wore n M th. rirt, Tiiw1, .".>r .bFtmt fin vi .*tip*.. In ",,,.. wish .li...i...
nffl rel. (fnn<. whleh ....n HebV .
r h. ..
ing. I'aul Edgar: ...... fVfrtnrlciv In Jaminr 1940 M An.nnlnlmpM tM fnr MM peH M the ar .are4 t
.f the Mme ..irh fnnrtneof .. .._... .
Mmme5e ... ..
nitafL To- !j Aped hv thi fln"erit... sod Jonflrmiiflon on the NM 1"0.
triiit ne ntber Hen fe ore .w.p .. ..
the firs .... .. M Janu.rv, neat
GAL. PASTE employee of Camp Ulandlng for *>enti.f fne MMr1.Nnn call Saw tn fee M Ih. Senate. .N..p. nch ptPMlnnP'l.d "
I *n ems .., all n'hy tnfnne..' en ..__. BF n RWSATVFT1 WY TTF trn'n.
ajg2otwt: 1 OAL. PAUl MAUl With Gulf Life i the past three years. >...,. nn mph """.*...",,. Thee _.."' ..I A-TUnr OF THF "ITATr OF FTORinA'Tfmt /a office Oreretarv of State

IV OA1. PAINt j ..fe nr r..t.. nr thetherefrnm. ...... +nll.c1-4 Article, V nf th* Con-tlhitlon nfCh 1115. II 104.

Russell R. McRae a native of I" TJIH CotrYJI'IGPVROrRT' m. he .r>n*.ttlnne.4 ne the .. ltat.* nf Flnrltf b. "m..ndM b. : : \ .
I" AI) P1)14 IIIIAII1'OHl T* 1iiTArir.. eni} dare He e
Bradford County Is replacing Ira <'4irTl. aI'M Of KLOIIIIIt. other Mete e...*..'" tMvtrlrt and *> h. known .. !faction! 47 nf acid Ar'n mm* Section II Ar.'"'. VTT1 .f .... y
iI'lioiiA'i'i: .:, m'm1Mne1nip.... And shin nre clla .' )i rel.nne' tn the .1.rtton' of M..t*. ""n.",,,,,,," nf th. ..t. nf riorldarpl

TIP TOP SUPER MARKET Cawthon. as a local representa He.: ( lunrdlanxhlp end Kutnta olKdwln mrh r......1..""". a* ...." ...r.tre aveliiaffnn "'I" AttvrnJitdtrr. nf CHvnmwl Co trt* :In. .n r> ,n Rho.h,". .Jo, hl.. Uhuclen anti nf .n neonerre ....,... eentnif ..f Record and Onnnfv loVtHfnr l...t. P. rr Pysnv vim tav T I" f .m*_ I
tive of the Gulf Life Insurance Ellie Oh..l..n.lIn....*. nenvnnnl ev.*.ntlne' e*..... nennertvt **nt the .t...... and Jnllrltnr nf th* '.A"", F riF TTTT e T'''T' n. /' .n"mA'. I "

SAI.R mV !><. ..evemfite ... I"w toy n..tne nmmof r?..i.ord nf F-rnnnriU. Cminrvntf Thep p'./>tlnn B. f>f Atlrio VTTI nf
113 E. Call ''St.r STARKE FLA. Co. Mr. Cawthon is returning to foO'l'HlnC'I'F.Ig; ( : fllVKN that 1'nh..1 ...."...".... 11....._. sel.nNRc the Mm* ,. rtt>rnv .xTr****) tn. and '*.. Cnnvtlnitlnn nf th* nf Flnr. R
the unclvrKlnnpiI Mr. Carrie llhu- ....."... t>hp .*..Me .......".- ball nw mibm tt-d M th. tf.rnr nf '... r..*fi'n.. tn fnntv Cn*.intf. ...nn_ I t
his old work as a barber and Is Annrowed"' h. '*. fttnt* nf FTnH"ii for .t'M*..*1fm nr1t .
den .... Unarillun of and for the the Oovemnr M" W ... r- ** unit th* nniiB I. hereto .*...n..*M*
1> Mlnn ..t tb. O*.r*.ra1 Ftartton tn wrt .. ... .. ..
his .. antI of Kdwln' rtho- 41Die e n* -i40(4 !I. rn tn n1 n 1ToihTnU'wl
: r SPRED jNsteAPs. ti I with S. E. Sparks In shop den JoBhle Itlindvn"M'al" and Bill Kho- h. n,,,.. secretary of !*,.t. KM".. h#M nn th>. fTrt T".f1r. .* after the S.. tn th e* nf thti "'
Mn' SO 1R4T: t Monday In Nnvmhr 1044. .e tofInww '
here. Mr.\ McRae\ has been an den Minors. of linker County, Flor. t. nf vnnHftii pt fh.> v -l. .. t .i

..._ .__ _..._ ._. ___ Sinn..... nf Hont>..Wf.tntlv. tn. r.>.. h.l. tn.. ,
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A JOPWT Itr OT trpTOMl ............ . .."" .. . ".. 1. . I
"* An. >en<4rnent fn Article T 1'1..1.' f the'. r'r4'nmncl'rot..t, Smote end .-(.Mon d nf *..ii.T.. VT11. .. ."'....".et.
nf th nnnN. "".."" ..**. sawn the tndee and hnil' reed .. fnllnw*
rne.teN.m nf the St05. M .
< cfmr o* the. Court of Record nl, "SeMlnn, 0. .. .. ..
Plnrtdii Relnflve frt f". ".... (eel Annnrtfnnmenf .. Thor tinT n nnmmt
amhia Count** .n hereafter he . (Cnmmt-wlnn In .M nf the
b Amend!** nrtlnn a a *
alit Aetlcte tm .< tn n..1.n.t. O."e,.. .". ifed h* the nuallflod ..,........ nf theirmectfve live rnunrv. CnmmMn4*> dia1NM" .t'
Is This The : of One Installment end f>lr*..f.hAriee ""*...".. .. a 4en.tnHet . tMdlHal' ......,". ne enttntle.nther In pent (*........ whfo 41.,41 ahsn
Payment State official' he .
Plrlrt neotmiit n e n w a' .. .. and Count are h.rrd one tn /ireMtn. .. and
fmmtv .. a *lenatmHil, NINN.t and ecfedThe *>nTt h* M. acerb .. nn.-Ihlr a"al
neilrm.t. o.?h....e end Oulf Coo,," ffraf etecllnn of Mete .. "_.... '" nrnnnrtfnn tn nnnnlnf. ,Inn Thnnf
.. .. ...-,f....., n/.IM '",,-. of Criminal fmtrfe. Of Rccnrdd 'R'....... Cmintv Cnnm t<*i*>n<.r. fn thf <. I \ I
". T4' raJ .e ra ... """' .".. .* rntnr* "!"' "..It..... fevcerif. the Tildeewl e.eNc -..."... .hetl fr.m tt..... ... I (
On Debt to 'Sidney Hillman? f "ATTTWir, rue Tai ['T'A,.. lie PTnR/n4 ajnlidt...r nf the f"...... nf tecnedf ...... R. the hmmdaNM .. ."... ..,.. I. i\, ;,
Pepper's That the. fntln vtn** antendmen.t. tn *ve F-amh1a fmmt ...." he held at IPIMs ReM r. n tl P t V Cmwmlwllmr II
inn 3 tie Article t nf the <*nn.t...,*..... .h- general n..-.1on In, KM* to .->e"Ice .hell'' h. eled0 M M. ma11m.4 .1.....- \ t I'
nf the. Stall. ., FlnH.t. _1"' tA ren . the fif. To......*. after the. Hr.1e errs tof sal4 eMOh er m 4 Nma. and I ''I'.
.*!*> .".t annnHlcn_.nt *4-tn *it1n4r O*> ..nda* In, January. 1B4A. for a term of a'an M satlnc fed .tth., of- I I t
eenln. end Oke.hoh* Pnt.nHe. ... ththlrtv.ntnrh .". -...... //fore ant ....n hold ,,'''- Mt fort !
. .* ...... 1AnviAM That th. fnitnt ._.-..- .'
/MI Benntnrlot "'... <- The" term nf tenure nf MAN o* anne *
Rrnwiird Cnnnf I" the ,n-tteth ,4"ni heretofnr.> ne hereafter armnlnted mtwam..L.f' Prom fed ..- 1W"-. t
.* .tnHil niitrlrt.' end r..lh..,m a-a '*. ate nf the office herein mentioned"an "..nut lt..IMs' tn 1044 ..."n .e.we. OW .
nut PmmKrhe 110_-_ 141rlenetortnl nnt be .extended her ahv. An. haw ..5re. h... eI.M45 IA14 fromthe
ni. .. .. oAA m.MreA ...-.... shell ietVp .. f.
rlct. ne and the .n e h I cani-r In ap nf ench office. nHnrm !
hereh .. .. .... fort wren. ..." nl.n..Nr 4$. ...wa'hen
ld f1rtrnnda
agreed tn e-d n he * :5 flrH Ti'eed1 after tha
to .' .. I h. "..,. Iron. ....'n' -........ """ .
Sidney Hillman's Communistic Political Action Committee the _". of FneM.. fnr ef.e In Tanitai-e. >'.. 'hall he filled ....., .
.MIm1 If po' Ar1. VTtl nf
releetlnn t the Oenent Rlecttnn! *f annnfntmenf hv the rlnernnc and
he held nn the fie* T .e..>).. after "* nflrmaflnn. r.r the H'..n.fe ae kerefnra .nne.. ........ .... .h.n not horili affected ,

contributed $5,000 to Claude Pepper's Primary =-1\1I'....".. In Nnvemher ...... M folfl '.... nn 0.ea.-.......fne... h an* *the miter Cnnitltt.ttnn,than nffl"..r I ,M 4 fn otRreNnetan ef "Mat r The. tLeetwtufiire It*' "e f1r.t Tne> la. "fer the first Mnntn Maw tt 1043AmpntnlMp
campaign. hen meet fn reertlar . tnn A P '-a Jen*... ". 1.". '
1W5" and the Eat ihell n>eet evetwten "*AnT nrnvtl **f the CVw......,.tt rennfiict > to AN,m-te nVTT1 "; I;:,,4n:: \
veer fheeenfter .h.1t annM1Mthe a herewith le herenv to- """t0'/ ha
That is not campaign gossip-if you doubt it read page renreonfiitlnn In the 9en.t. en. ...i-.t"riled "... kt A.......Shale.,, of of FlnMAa Prm.rre" Ret.Ins. f I

".n nw vMe fnr. fnrtv-nne 1411 ten fn nfflca Secrrtar of S tat. tStAh and the Cnll.M/nn nf T.-- ,
tnrl.1 DI.tHct. ..trh ni.*....... he '' '" Thn./n it, I t
to e a" IS 'M*. A4AINn1a1 ...," .....
38 of of U. S. Senate investigation of Hillman's npt. ......... Prnvl. Thep Ie
15 and report ennui In nnntiletlnn a. In tM f".... ..
__..._ LuA __ .. __ .. .. .... hneu..h Rtefr. of "In. \ 1
"* ... of f
r O'IMMa
hi A TOturr RPertV,1TT'O.: pvonn-dne1 ael..nAm.nt ... the Cmmtt
mfM.ameh 10an"nrNnnmenl Tsv A. ..... ,
and Inan A__
PAC S. Res. 263 June 13th 1944) ... .. 5S.r/Inn H fif the TVera nf the ... .. no. Prorph 1
( .
ch DlitHct ,.. .
hive lentn for .
the .
-.....,.. rh., one ..>m nf Rl'''''. In the nefltiiflnn 'in. ...V Po. .... eI t.......
n eenle unif na.e.hnh.rNn.mNpe 1" *
f :: '
the. < lKf. nf FloMde Rclafln' n lisp : Mnn1./
r1M1A. i. fjh.n .tlfte Mr'I'hNr.nnth r.ev/,4/ he
fni the
,' .... ..,, "a.t.m. Jennerdv fllplt.--. l' installments th/ nintrtctn .
of Pepper must -. School OI.i,4..
> .
editorial Hn'f .
Is this one many -_ r.n..wt. FlMIA. ..... enn m Prnce nf Taw and the T SocOel T.. ........... "'" '' '
.....,.. the rm-Mefh (4n-h S.n.tnNa'nLNM IMwfr rron_>*. T'"1 l"nmeflon ..,.....".... M the. nn.mP,' and U..,
'am / pmpIMAA fne the rj|-*.it nfn .
Hillman that $5,000. e4 Ce'hmm and """ C...nMe .. I IIr..nV'I"n It., I
pay Sidney on .-... tn Wnrlt aih.n tint We Oenledr A17mi "" n",
rinrld h a 11 Iw.1m.. MrP,4v.Nr.5 n. 'f'U' ttT"'TfI'"'
>4t't> ",.........'., rXen ct. I Ahr1*-d nn Accn>tnt nf Merxher'n I Th.t M. litnwl..I nttAtq .
//nn.n..rnhchtn tn f *hnr"nlnn. Anadwent In A.
an SI
in effort to nit. a, the mine tt.". the l*1.U. oe shot n.+.nt.at1'.r and rJrn.Hdlne I. VTO 04 Me Cnnat/hltlnn '
deliberately lying an scare Rhhl
is either hire han 1_ of FloO4 f. !
Pepper ennnrtlnn *he eenre Native : f
that ft. nf fmnlnveean ... M she ..
-..".... tn II. famine nf |t.nreiente.tlve. the ..., ...... Cnllntgp.... > }

the American people into voting foe a 4th term or is paying .end.... .n...each.." the11 five 'nnet Itenre.eenfntt PMMMIImtH -. ......f".I..... Barraln, ",,,.n Ba Pra- ."..,.""..AMnf. of ".'h"._.....n twh"f.M/N.mal..".fn t." '",

rmtntlefi end ft. RMre' RIP rr R*.At va'ri p*> IIIIP f .cita). to M known .e$4nt

his $5,000 obligation to Hillman, or both. In *>enf.t1vee fn each nf the two new* elehteenmnre .'M"'. O"1 * a>r.Tir n. tn.rtwmA"" eon It ".. ..Pis... "S.ntf the _......II. I.and h..veh.2.e..

on nnm1mie rnrint4 .nd nne. ft* .lied* the Mlinwlmalm.nt tn the ate and ....n M ..............t to 0..
Refre vnteHva. of ...." i.f tht reme'npnttntle. nn>tfriffnn nf the .... nf nwMectlnn.1 FlaMOre tof th. N.. .e n1 rlnttd.
either event Pepper should not be trusted to represent '". of the ".".e N the r+ nf the nec'ararlnr) ". RhAhof P.HPieSMna M re4.otfw al the fnt. 1
tfm of ench ennnrttonment flMwildthe ...,. Cnn..tlr>*....... he end the hrtf0n In M h.,1 .... M
revf'l. '. here. a-... tn and the ....... .*..It Ii. ewer the ftM Tv.
Florida in the United States Senate. ope-ei.t.tli.rire n tn tan fhi>to vtefiete unnnrtlnn and thee *n ... ...r/w.A V. 511.' _.."..... ..r_. "- ....., -.-. ...P...-,,- In N........ V

the. Fmiie nf Ran-.nta',.... at anv .. nf the S..; nf n..rida fnr ra..1ftnn 1'1.1"' 11.
.. ,.. .. I. l'tinm I"" .".. 3...... 1
rater.n, nf the. l>ef/t.*.niee etn nr --, the eneilneT st I. t54e .h. Cm-es \
Democrat and does not represent Flor "" nf "' time, herein deelenetedH > -_! riecffxn ehat I. tn that ,In the rn": of R'"./...Tar..... Aa-.wo
is not a .__ ... ttleht.the ...h. Slate.
Pepper ...." he the d- f* nf rhe reet*>*HrlAn oof .inn .a..r
titvw ... Cnn..f1.i.ti- 0the .f.t r nf nState .. .n n_ IMa.
nr r *ttre "'_"'n. enctlrenilar C. A.... .
ida's interest. It is dangerous to elect men supported by ee..lnn nf the" r.It. -..1et .ree *.nrtda he amended ere .* to read .. ...., daee ... h.., and the Cnwnt. .I""
.. *
her .. Ain- 'It. .....
in llnertal. nr H-*"i r a inn to .. C..""'''. t
win-Nam the enre.-.***'inn M rhetn "ajecffnn H tin .._ -".." ne anhcf Rnard. S Ann! nt.........Cmne..ITa..
sent from outside our state. ... ........ amP the. ffnv.e nf Ree- '. tn he fwlca rod 1" ....n.ed. foe thnM. M-.... -A ".".'etnailrlea.
money .......H.._ a. here*** ",.......... Theee.'edtnn .... Mme ""....... nor enfn.effed tn an* I. r...."'.hN.. . I
.. _...1... Federal, ne raxilart ..Hmlnel. pew M hea arttnew .."l"-< I -.T...- l4, " M The .-.... I 1
for for the important office of .. ...e feneiia whichever ...." h....enf hlm.elp_ .... de .".t "' "'" *"* aM"m. "'-a"...". and from time toT" I
._ a
man '
vote a
Can .... aneHfVma"wi
you hrt toea .-- any --...-t whir nr O' mefe arfrhm doe 0r'e'ew -.... ..... .
H nrJent''tfee' tn the *...n..le and tf law ....n nri'-ete .rh hefewen nenwt.,n M Count dirtlee and eon
United States Senator who obligates himself to such foreign .- "'. ITntne nf H>ore-e ..*_ ...e1ln artthmtt 4ji''' _....._ Therleht I.......... 1- ..'hr enh. Ta I A_. dew
> ..tiu. tn maktn* en.dl annoHlim.ment nf pelaiiiie to wnrfr dare ..... hedenied 11. and d." "h-wt. .eh"/ Section
interest in Florida? will tr the e.ent the I> r1 1 tHThaTI or ehrtdwd nn aeennnt n* menweriJitn hw l the seaa-, 1Wwefd.- M ,_
elements who have no faff tot eeennnrrtnn the mil ninnfaflnn ne nnn ne>itier.ili tn ate con of the 1"......'e "Pa. wam.i I M
Mh.. TLe ooiof...'_ a. efhle ......_ M ..hne rtnfnn ne lehne. o-nlr*>**nnf trnfde ....... ........ ... .ha Rtote._ 111 III 1
choice not if are a real ....endment iMfnee Ito alI'O"ISrcowl. rhaf thf. e.arJheil nnf M eon.eiled I'mmh R-hn/A Rn-n. TIemh y
you support Hillman's you ,.... wmh rrea.w'Nneey. .....LmM ... tn !--. ne .._._ rhe ...** nfmnlrreeee A_.., T_ School DI-4.'hm n bkb
rants phi re.-no.$.fnn' '.... vhalfhe ref K end fhm *t a termr or.* ..,....., ,,_ old M
Democrat. limited, to ...< Florida tm eiite ..... or at an ante rnnrtinnmenf ._ 1 m* with rhetr .......1.......* I. II. tit.t. "_ ._ ,_
le effe t4>it .n4JtiaD nm.liter Filed. too office necreter af tWe .. Cmw1.P T.. I'-f.5
of .
tmelnei other Ulan Ma* S. INS !R'- .t
P..nnnrl/nnmetl no .. "Florida'. Cmtnre den .. ....l1ec .

Should title amendment no ratified A tnnrt' RanUrn01f t y noitn. an 1".nt Flnnrd'. tt.fe. Cixtnt*
tn <*<. Oeneral ItTeetlnn! tn la44. uneelalelection Amendment to Section *4 of Artlelam "-. JJ-tvool".. School aichnolI' D.1 _
din ha ...n"". w< ntnetrt nf Die. Constitution nf tjve ...,. afPlnrld D45T rti YatefeaJNt.a
I ..e Ineeeaftee for he. election of .en.atore .ItelatlnM, tn Ontform Count
to the Thlrtnlnth' i tealrtatwre .R at tha t_
Fortieth ..,". and rnrtfh l I4,."i C1lflc t1nn nf rend Town. M rem.* Aewrfon of 1. and ttme ,1
Senatorial Dlitrlpta. In enrn eneHalelertlnn. B* IT BFSOt.Vm BY TWF: '..FOra.I.ATirRF i, thereafter eneet ,. J
and SHOULD be DEFEATED the tenetnre tr the ". ...... 4W'. THY nTATF fiW "'>RIDAt Joe the nnwer .... _. Alw.4
PEPPER is DANGEROUS t M'mbena.grM. Cnnnf* T*.. Cnnec cM -
'**" '*<' *
lor: TIHCUIT ('01'HT. HIJPORI ".. ne, r nh 1 of thle _
and . .
CO meal " Shied. rmrxlde. fM
TY. F'.OHIUI'll C'll it JI.llllan tne
at Stark. Florida, title October enlTecttnn rr r.-.NIIt
t'fat Y. .ot. 1
MARCH TO COMMUNISM How.d Plaintiff, v.. H. 17th, 1944.OFFICIAL and emei t nf . innate.-
STOP THE Howard Defendant Ca. No. ( HKAl.: ) A. J. Thorn.. the Cnttnt Tan CnlWfnr R

ri78: Aa Clerk of avid. Court. riled office B..v
ORDER or PUBLICATION K. II. Duncan 611 Lynch Building Tune 14. .

ANU! NOTK'K TO APPEAK Jacksonville, Florida, Atty. for fir.. Tha cot.cart tn "I."... with ,-.*

(White Democratic Party of Florida) STATE (>V FljTtKlttA. to: It. T, 10204111119WAR vronoeed' amendment ." the e....... f
The Independent Party foward. whona. residence and ad* lecl.ratlnne and return thenn.h.. ere
dr... i la Route No.1. Oak fl.I", 1 nihleded to the acme ...,.."/-"-. ... ....
leorvla: provided h* Iw. f.. rnmeral .!.",....*. ..
West Forsyth Street Jacksonville, Florida tl. Stata of Fl rfd*
311 Tou are required to appear on
November 20, 1944 In the abova nJSU E IN nMOI WNFR)t
named Court and ratine, wherein I "P"'o ate m.
plaintiff hand and afflxad the Opera
oof maideflamHradfnrdCounty C tALe Beat of the State of Florin

shall thin at T. ..,,_.. Capital
Telegraph publish
(Paid Political Advertising) Order Wltnaas In nat my lour band I. lofflelal [; WITH BONDS .thl D.144 the ted d t. July

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