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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 11, 1946
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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LCh1E: IXTY-JClGUT STARKE. FLORID FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11. 1.48 NUMBER FIFTY-ONK




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Oct. 15 1 whose flair F. for Strong unusual local contests jeweler Ever Held Here For Crippled- ChildrenThe the Black following Mountain Item (appeared N.C.) New In. By Mild Blow As ,

was well established .., of Oct. 3
by the recent largest crippled children's' :

Starke Market "chin whisker" competition 1 has clinic ever recorded for this district Judge A. Z. Adklns former Hurricane Flops

: something new on the line. However was held In the office ofthe member of the Florida senate. _

I he refrained yesterday from Bradford County Health Department and senior judge of the Eighth

e first pecan sale of the sea : giving details as to the next con on Friday Sept. 27, Judicial Circuit Court, and his The "hurricane" of Monday

was announced this week by test or what the entrants will when a total of 79 children from wife are visiting for a few daysat night flitted upstate like an ether

Agent's office with be obliged to door grow-to win I Bradford, Clay, and Union Counties Monte Vista.Considered eat wraith instead of the bold
County
an attractive prize. An early; (Including a few from Ala- one of the bet domestic raetereological demon that Flor-

date set for Tuesday OctoberThe announcement Is expected. I chua and Putnam) were registered u relations magistrates in ,Idlans had been led to expect.

auction which will be First honors in the chin flora for examination. y&i- Florida. Judge Adklns haa a circuit Emulating Ferdinand Vie Bull

on the platform of the State event went on the evening of i Cases all of six counties, Including the the season's most publicized and
representing phases
I i University of Florida at Gainesville overrated blow lost
Mr's Market,! North ,Starke thjj Homecoming celebration to of deformations were seen Includ 4 apparently
Jacob J. Johns.! Others ? t ". a.y and Union County where the Its grip somewhere south of
begin at 2 p. m. competingweree ing poliomyelitis, apostles osteo roe L located.
state I II
Clayton and Broward y. penitentiary Tampa Bay and turning east
unty Agent Dyer' salted that Strickland and Levy Green. myelitis severe burn cases clubfeet ;, a* dived for cover somewhere In
halt-lips, vitamin deficiencies,
'era bring their pecans before Three officers Central Florida.:
navy from Green
rickets mental cases, and others
Polio Claims
beginning of the; auction so! Cove Springs served as judges Included in the staff rJ Local aspects were practically
they may be weighed and conductingthe nil outside of moss and leaf-lit
examlnatlcus Dr. JohnH. -
to the sale. As in were tered streets, although many

ej pant prior, all pecans will be weighn Zebedee KilledIn orthopedic. Lovejoy and Dr. Paul of Hutchlns Jackson, First 'Victim HereThe Starkeltes ''were! awakened around
surgeons
the platform and taggedthe a a. ra. by high winds, torrential
vllle Dr. Cornelia
data as to the variety Carlthers pedIatrician rain and lightning. Prepared for
of Jacksonville Dr, A. first casa of infantile:
it and growers name. B-29 CrashMaster the worst the Bradford County
Y. Covlngton. county health of paralysis to occur in Bradford '
I Red Cross Chapter kept the USO
|e County Agent 'expressed ficer, Miss Agnes McLean field County during 1946 was reported
I building open all night, staffedby
dence that the Bradford auc- nurse with the Crippled Children's last week according to an announcement -
Sergeant John A. Zebe Mrs. Harry Mooty and Mr
will bring high prices.: He by Dr. A.
Mrs. yesterday
dee 25, and nine other Army air- Commission i Joyce and Mrs. T. K. Osborne. Nine
"Several ,
4' that large buy- Rlherd, Union County public '-" Y. Covlngton director of the
rlll be present to bid." A rep- men were killed Tuesday October health nurse Miss Anna Wall, oj Pictured aht>v. la the medical staff conducting the recent Crippled Bradford Health Department. persona, representing. two families
1, In the crash of B-29 and Individual took refuge In
itatlvs of the ,State :Market- a Super- Bradford County public health Children'*'jblUlo In Starke.! (Left to right) Mix. Agnes McLean, Th*' patient la Ana Cressler one
Fortress 35 miles southwest of the building during the nightt.City
ureau will be charge of the Battle Mountain Nevada. nurse and Mrs. Dorothy Black field mass wltb the ft'pplwl Children's Commissions Dr. Paul Ilutcli- 11-yaar'old daughter of Mr, and '

Each grower will receive mon clinic nurse. I tae,:Dr. ,tlpbtaa F.,lAvejoy.'Ml a Anna Walt, R.N.I Ml'IIoloyt'eIUhf'rd. Mr*. M. W Cressler of Starke and employee reported no damage -
Starke had been the home of with the exception of one
oney on the day hU pecans Assisting In the clerical work: R.f--4; MrV. Dorothy Jllaot nan, R. N.J Dr. A. Y., Covlngton, health sh* wa* Immediately hospitalized broken line
Zebedee since his serviceat caused a
by
old or as soon thereafter as young and in serving food and 'drinks'.' director, (seatjcetipr. Cornelia! Carrlth ..-Photoa by T. II. OnbormsDm. In St. Luke.. Jacksonville Recent power '
tree limb
In 1944. On .. falling
Blanding
volume Camp .
the _
ble, depending on to the children were Mrs, Sanford > L to reports Indicate that she Is responding
May 15th of, that year he was Because of unsettled weather
caDS and the timerequired Rltch, Mrs. 'Vera JohnsonMiss( ; : 1 1 1I well to treatment.
pare the records and: write married to the former Muriel Hall Pauline Brannen Miss HarveneWatterson. Poliomyelitis la not highly conditions Tuesday morning all

lecka.'- daughter of Mrs. Elsie Hall of I Miss Jeannine Cook, communicable to others and It I Is county schools remained closed

er said that the Extension this city. Miss Kate Struth, Mrs. T. H. Os felt that there i I. no reason for throughout the day.

ci of the Department of i The huge plane was reportedto borne Mrs A. Y Covington, I undue alarm In the community" I Just what happened to take the,

allure Is cooperating in then have exploded in mld-alr and I Mrs. Lily E. Morgan. Milk was Dr. Covington stated. "The onset bite out of Monday's blow apjeared -

to give pecan growerseta crashed on a low bill during a furnished by the PTA and soft' Of the disease. ,I Is usually from to be anybody's) guess Including -

near home with the best rainstorm killing all crewmen drink were donated by the: one to two weeks after exposure.' the weatherpian'but for

possible.! and passengers. Bodies were re American Legion. Interested k. The last school exposure was two Starkcltes the feeling was one of

local Agent asked that his covered by an Army search party ]ladles prepared sandwiches which weeks ago and to date no r additional great relief The course of the '

be 'the cooperationthe led by an 18-year-old ranch girl were served at noon. I auspicious cases have storm, as forecast was describedas
given- In'this who witnessed the crash. The I been reported." northeastward from Tampa to l'

pecangrowers ship had been en route to California I There has been close supervisionof Jacksonville, and r local citizens

10 that Bradford County of from Grand Island Nebraska Lake Butler Bows the school during this. period wen bracing themselves for a destructive
volume
gave a large pe- on a routine training mission. and many children have been sent blow of possibly 100
will attract more buy- .I
which P horn because of upper respiratory miles) per hour.Weathermen. '

ud Insure better prices. Zebedee was to have continuedto To Starke 20.6 } Infections."It Wednesday wireengaged
sales will continue eachay 4 wi I. not policy to senda
a new station in Alaska, and i a good In the' pastime of expounding '
until the 1946 crop is would have been joined there by s sick child to'school even If theories as to whathappenedwiththewind7

his wife in November.He Bradford's ,Tornadoes wore a j, the Illness Is just a severe com Alt hough
hard-fought game Friday from its ,mon cold'* Dr. Covtngton contlnutr pucsled
was born March 12. 1921, ,ipm! wiry aAAritA4IJ"too
ing Exponents. m-reteraftorgmnt.: '.' JotnlngtMRegular : teeehMenal.rivalslakeatrtlef. ; A' ifflirwha-irTMcirsmd bal to talk for publication Others ad-

Circular TrackHorse ; Army at the age of 18,, topping the Union' County., grid-, fever when sent to school Is vanced the theory that lack of

he remained In the country's service dens 20 to 8. unable to do his work may spread moisture ov.r'the, Gulf of Mexicodealt

Shows until his death. During the initial touchdown by Charles i the Infection to others, and will [ a' death blow to the' 'storm

recent war he was in the Euro- I Mooney climaxed a steady drivein make his own condition much before it headed In to the Tampaarea.

ne racing merited the in- pean theatre for four years and the first quarter with the point Lovejoy talking to aa Infantile Dr. Ilutchln measuring 'to determine worse with longer recovery. Keep "Moisture In the air U the

ed interest of local sport at the termination of hostilities 'added by Jimmy Godwin. Both paralysis victim ,wba" baa the degree of snortneMiof the sick child at home for" his main source of power for a hurricane -
this after the sue teams scoreless In the second sake and the sake of other ." this
: week were spokesman pointed
received his honorable discharge been completely cured. I patlflllt',11mI>>* due to paralysis.
il I running of the second cow- in the 82nd Airborne, period. Although nothing I II yet knownof out "There was lots of dry air
as a Captain ,
meet at the Highway 230 Division. He reenlisted on April Lake Butler scoreTfl early' in the how polio' la spread and contracted over the Gulf,'and dry air' withers

third but failed, to tie certain precautionary a hurricane. There wasn't
quarter enough
Saturday.st
e and
master sergeant
8 1943 as a ,
Flood Waters In Lake Geneva Area measures are 'suggested, as follows '
prize was won by the with the 77th Bomber Squadron up the game when an attemptedpass moisture to feed It.
for the extra point was In- : Florida's current '1100,000,000
Harris first !
a
entry of "Buddy" of the 15th Air Corps Will
Maurice complete. The visitors' lone score (1) Keep the Indlvldualln'lfoodaefter& Itrus crop was virtually unharm-
the horse owned by sergeant.In .
Bill after a long Property Cause Road \ condition. d.
In the was by Cobb Destroy Damage ?
rda. Jr. finishing the
I addition to his wife, run by Boon Young brought the ((2) Avoid extreme fatigue sudden -
as second. survivors are his son -
Immediate and prolonged chilling. '
of the goal.A .
ball In
range
with the introduction of the;' John A.. Jr., and two sisters brilliant 80-yard dash by Flood conditions In, the lake from Geneva and from the so- (3) Avoid unnecessary mingling'. Rotarians Voice I

at the recent Homecoming Margaret and Georgia Ann Zebe- Mooney accounted for Bradford's region southeast of Starke assumed called Oldfield Pond north of 'the with crowds and,, protect you Opinions On Schools

spectators were treated to dee, of Washington D. C. second tally Godwin converting. serious proportions; this weekas route began to seep over the food from; flies or other Insects.I .. I

nout of ponies that were The body will be removed to The local.eleven remained on ,the torrential rain} accompanying macadam top in August and I ((4) Take god car of all min Members of the Rotary Club

sly ready and willing toY Starke for burial. Funeral ar- offensive until the game's end, Monday's so-called hurricane,' add- brought the State Road Department [f or Illness so that the ," dy's re had ample opportunity to express)
will be announcedthis several, inches",to the already will not be lowered. themselves
rangements threatening twice and once losing ed crew on an emergency Jslstanc* on the good and bad
resulted in aht week. swollen'wat.r level In Lake Gen.. points of Florida'education
walking race the ball by a fumble on the one- assignment Since then a special ays-
prize money being dl- ;yard line. Lowell Douglas came eva, Santa F..: Bedford, Crystaland crew has kept the highway'' :' above I Board Endorses tern Wednesday when M... T. II. I

by Palmer Williams and Bradfordites Regret through with a touchdown In the other .bodies of water In this the rising waters dumping truckloads Osborne supervisor of Bradford 1

Hall. A two-horse exhlbi- 'closing minutes, on a smash over area. i of clay on top of the pave W. M. Wainwright, County Schools was a guest at ;

/ace for children was staged Death of Col. LeeStarke's tackle. Although property owners on ment. Grading equipment Is In For ComptrollerThe the luncheon explaining the workof

ne Shaw and Billy Forsyth.PI shockedto I Coach Gelger's boys poundedover several lakes In this region have almost constant service. The the Florida Citizens Committeeon

offered during the after citizens were Sunday of 15 first downs to Lake But- been Inconvenienced for monthsby route remains entirely passable Board of County Commie, Education and distributing

ranged from f 10 to $2.50. learn of the death J, M. Lee. The : ler's six. high ,water inundating their I although water laps at both sides loners passed a resolution Mon- questionnaires to be filled out.

the State Comptroller heart The Starke eleven face an Imposing : piers and bath houses, conditionsare with sizable waves, whipped up day addressed to the State Democratic Mrs. Oaborne stated that the
ler shaw in charge of veteran official died of a assignment this week in I worse In Lake ,Geneva and I by winds crossing the flooded expanse. Executive Committee en- Citizens Committee Is at present

said there would be more attack. I taking on Ketterllnus High at St. : recently resulted In a group of Residents of some local! dorsing W. M. Walnwrlght present conducting a comprehensive study
next Saturday, with a In excellent health, I Cltisens of Keystone Heights petitioning of education In Florida. Three
Appearing Augustine. Local fans are not ties are able to fish while com auditor for the State Road
r promised from Uniony Lee was one of the cabinet mem- 'I selling the boys short however I for a writ of mandamusIn fortably seated In a front porch Department for nomination for types of questionnaires were distributed -

y bers present here September 28 and the team Is rated a chanceto the Circuit Court which would rocking chair. the office of Stat Comptrollerto asking for opinion and

scheduled for Saturdaytart to Join in the welcome for General win. The Ancient City oppon- :compel the Clay County Board of Some old< timers of the Geneva' succeed the late J. M. Lee who suggestions on the organization

at 2:30: p. m. at the Jonathan M. Wainwright Well- ents have a record of three wins : Commissioners to restore the. natural community this week expressed died last week.According administration and financing of

rd track just east of the known to the voters as "guardianof and no lessee having defeated i drainage of the ,Lake. doubt that the removal of the I I to law. the Democratic schools; on school personnel and

mUs. There Is no admis- the treasury," he was accorded Live Oak St. Paul's and New I It was stated that in the early culvert would be sufficient to Commute must meet prior student welfare. ;
harge. after a brief ad- 1920's. during the construction ofa I t The completed questionnaireswill
long applause Smyrna. meet future emergencies. The to the November general election
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Plan Circular Track dress Gel er'l probable lineup: Knightand county read, aa ,abandoned rall area has been described as a "catch and nominal a candidate become a part of a statewide -

.* announced this week thatare Condolences were wired Mon- Edwards, ends: Godwin and road right of way was used. Instead baflln" for waters draining(who* name will go on 'the ballotIn survey now being conducted j
to Mrs. Lee by the Board of Manning and of bridging a 20-foot natural place of Lee'.. results of which will be announced -
under for the con- day Carter tackles: i through a series of lakes from
way Commissioners. The telegram center drain out of the lake, the Th resolution stated that I! later.
:on of a circular track to County Miles guards; Monteith ; Sand Pond In the Blandlng re.er-I I'
hav.leamed with Is said to have Installed -
"We contractor "Bradford Florida has
modate two-day horse said: HolUendorf or Hazer quarter- vat\<)n. Some observers County, a
of the passing of halfbacks a 30-Inch culvert not adequatefor native son, In the of W. Fall
frequent exhibitions and a much sorrow back: Mooney and Harley that a system of canals will be person Crop Acreage
husband. He excessive rain. '
distinguished fullback required to the excess M. ''Walnwrlght who Is both
r your Douglas carry
variety of ; Below
races. Normal
efficient and Judge Claude Ogllvle of the
faithful water away. (]worthy and competent of rid l ,
and Mrs., Shaw were the outstaying service to humanity Clay County Circuit Court last are. 'I[nomination and consideration by County Agent ReportsLight
In this I Ie
> of Ralph Hayes, prominent state and nation. We ex- Recent Births week decreed that the Commissioner The ground so 'the Stat Democratic Executive;
to his thoroughly full of water, as a result
County cattleman at the heart-felt sym- must rester.natural Commute. fall
our vegetable plantings,
tend to you ] of rain that started back In
+IUe Horse Show staged and condolence in your Mr and Mrs Walker McGee drainage to prevld relief from t tI I Before hla present position, Mr. but an Increased strawberry acreage

bar 26th. During the meet,, Pathy bereavement". Starke, girl Mary Louise), Sept the flood wat.,.. Judge'' J. T. I April! continuing through the Wainwright was an employe of were estimated here this) week
summer and early fall that one
POsed Bradford track was Funeral service were held 19th. Jennings attorney for the board. I State Road Department official the Comptroller's office for many by County Agent 1. T. Dyer In

with v.t.ran horseIt Tuesday. Interment was at Talla Mr and Mrs. Homer Ballard,l stated that the order would be I stated this. week that It would beat 'ysars. a report to J. B. Owens agricultural

IL was believed that hassee. Waldo boy (William Leslie), Sept. compiled with.Property least a before the watersubsides f Business of the Board at IU statlstlcan of Orlando. Chiefcause
year
track, built adjacent to the filet owners In Keystone unless I Octobertlnr also,Included the of the below' normal fall
: through I
seepage
farmer's Market la north Sole Owner Mr and Mrs. Marcus Grlffls, have reports considerable damage other method of drainage decision for grading a road from crops was attributed to too much
om*
would quickly become self' Morgan Route 2, Starke. girl Sept SLst. to shrobbery/'fruit trees and,.Is employed. ),Highway 80 (Keystone Heightsto rain during the planting season

ng Of Barber Shop Mr and Mrs. Robert Lee Rho- flowers of landscaped lawns and )Metros) to the Indian Beach' Total vegetable acreage was)
of Putnam Hall state
ce was given of a show den. Ralford. boy, SpJL 22nd.Mr : garden Th"water this week. i Resident I settlement on Santa F. Lak.. Th estimated by Mr. Dyer at 36O.
half- mark In their locality
the water '
presented here within 90, Transfer of a remaining and Mrs George W. Rhames. said to be "Inches higher than that road was authorllxd after a hearing a marked decline from recent
BarberShop Is at the highest point In
The first day of the event Interest In the Bradford Hampton girl (Mary Beth), Sept. any previous recorded level, neared given Joe Peterson property normal": years when from 40Oo

be devoted to Bradford- ,en. from W. J. Prather to.R Wed 22nd.Jofr.( the top of the windows of a 70 years. owner In that section. ,Construction GOO acres were planted to fall

and the second to thorough'and 1. yorJl'4.wU announced and Mrs Thurman Paul cottage In th*' lowlands east of will begin with the clearing crop Of the total 80 acres are

quarter horses repre- n Gday. willopen cones' Route 1. Starke boy (Julius the lake. Th house visible from Fire At Plant of the right of way. In field peas 60 In string beans

? a>any of the south- It 11 stated that Prath.r Edward), Sept. 29th. the Palatka highway I* not occupied The Board will met saainon 69 In squash SO cabbage' and Oucumbers.
parts
Oak.Morgan blame Its An alarm at 7:4O: m. Tuesday
] The Include, shop In Live and Mrs. Ed Hatcher Mldileburg and neighbor p. Oct. 18 for the purpose of revising .
would a Mr
races program bald the I girt (Ands Kay). Sept. predicament on poor choke of brought the City Fir Department| registration books. The unusual amount of rain baa
walkers jumpers to the Stark Dry Cleaners,
Court ; building alt* butt I not Interfered so much with'thssetting
VI-plted thoroughbreds. LeI'' Shop, located 28 tho of the flood I Ie most names Ignited In a fuel pumping
continue the !I MY and Mrs. J. M. Grlffls. The extent LUCIAN BRADLEY PBEVATT: of strawberry plants, and
Ing complete arrangemenU I will and standard of Starke. girl. October 1st. apparent from Highway 100 (formerly unit were under control at the Mr. and Mrs. Lester J. Pravatt the county agent estimates) that

e circular track's construe- policy that Roy ( Route 2. Mrs Tracy Baker.Keyitone 28) approximately one roll truck' arrivaL Th fire was confined announce the birth of a son MO acres will be devoted to ber

mailer! shows are promised<
Highway 230 course to popular ., will return Oct. 4th. I post office.: The drainage Mn damage was reported. Jacksonville, on October 7. last year's estimated total of 30O.
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IX: CIRCUIT (;()ITIIT. BRADFORD of October 1946. 1 will be account or ,
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"Night and Day, <'<>!>vrv. rt-omuAi *.'" IM.VACHRY. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas This Sept. 25th. 1948. by statute Street And ..
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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH As Clerk of said Court. 1 You R.,, k I
Colorful MusicalAt Willie Louise Webster Davlii' ,'Plain- By Lucille C. Conner. D. C. Carrie Thompson, Executrix. :, I I October ar. 4 I""
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tiff, v*. Uurlln Franklin Davis. Jr. John J. Henderson r I \, II "
EsUMUbed left Florida SundaySetting Uolendant. Cnne No. 6080. Fla. .". Plaintiff'County II'I and ....110I
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OUDKR OF PUBLICATIONAND Atty. for Plf.IV 11).4 4t JO IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD I p.k, sivar
E.: K. Matthew ..._______ Editor and OaneeNbUeOed NOTICE!: TO APPEAR COUNTY FLORIDA the pace for the fall STATE OF FI>ORIDA to: Mr. CIRCUIT: COURT, BRADFORD CRRY.Arthur I W itne,5 next four vh
of.hlts at the Florida The- Ourlln Prankiln.D.vla! Jr., whoseroxldsnee COUNTY! F1.0RIDAI IN CHAN J. Boardman, Plaintiff vs* at Stark.,my hand
Weekly. on Friday* and Entered am Second ClaM Matter season and address c In 28 Meeting fTum.Raphael. Eleanor E. Rodenback Boardman, Z6, 194 Florida, 'ttls
atre will be' the spectacular technicolor Street Charleston. Mouth Carolina.You A. Lombardo, Jr., Plain Defendant. Case No. BOSS. ( a.
at..... Pont Office at Btarice. Florida. musical film "Night andDay" ars.ifequlred to appear on tiff. v... Josephine A. Lombardo, Defendant. ORDER: OF PUBLICATION All FFI'tAL Clerk MEAL) A. !
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Nov.mb.ru4. 11146. In the abovenamed Case No. 6108. AND NOTIfB TO APPEAR I I William t .ald COUrt
GENEUATION'fJust which will grace the screen Court and cause, wherein ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND STATE! OF FLORIDA to: Eleanor Clllrk /1.
WILl. THIS BE THE LAST Bu
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. plaintiff seek divorce and custody NOTICE TO APPEAR B. Rodonback Boardman,. whose Atty, for lll1. rJac4tp' ..,.
of minor chijfl. Bradford County STATE OF FLORIDA to: Josephine plf
what do( the people of the world think when Depicting the life of Cole Porter -!Telegraph shell publish this Order A. Lomtoardo, whose residence I .... till l

they read reports to( the effect that some of the princi- the most popular of sophisticated -;{I.In Witness nest four my Weekly hand Issues.and officialBeal ,' Street and Brooklyn address, New Is York(till Bath

pal military, and political leaders believe that a third modern composers.' "Night at SlaVk' Florida this You are required to appear on S P E C I
World War is as inevitable as the rising and settingof and Day" boasts an extraordinary I tember 17A..FCICk U4e.- J. sep-1, November named( Court 4. 1946.and cause. wherein above A L

the sun?What do they think when they see) peace cast topped by Cary Grant, Alexis of said 1CouA. plaintiff controloof and care*
T. Frank Landrum Starke, Flu.Atty. cuBtody and minor child.. Nylon Strips, 24 In. wide 10 ft
Monte Wool-
Smith Jane ,
conference Wyman long
degenerate into impotency because the old I ., for Pit 10-4 ,4S 10-!6 Bradford County Telegraph hall
game of power politics is being played as ruthlessly as ley, and Ginny Slmms. The thrilling publish this .Order In next four I ''For slips panties girls dresses -
story follows Porter from in: (;IRCUloj. rorirr, BRADFORD weekly Issue --------1.7\\
ever? Witness hnnd and official
my New Girls' J
his university days at Yale,I COUNTY .fcXOHIUAl IN CHAN seal at Ntarke, Florida, this October Dresses, 3 to 12 .
Here at home, we read that our armed forces are through his determination to puta C"KY. a. 1946. -' lIl:
.. Plaintiff vs.
vigorously pushing the development of new weapons of law career behind him and become .i I''Mettle Hubert''Le.I RlBBbee.Hljftilxfo, As(OFFICIAL Clerk of HEAD said Court.(A. J. Thomas, New ; Jumper Dresses, asst. sizes _. .

unimaginable destructive force-including some that a composer, and onward to I Case No. 6098.ORDER OB1. D.fentl..nt'l Hy .Lucille D. Morgan C.: Conner:, 5th, D.Floor C.Wm. Clark New Budget Dresses, 46 to 52 3JJ
may prove to be more militarily effective than the his present status, as one of I f AND NOTICE TO Vldii, Jacknonvllla, Fla. '_--.3.S
atomic bomb. This is, of course, the plain duty of our America's top-flight writers of Lee'STATB Rlasbee OF, FLORIDA whose residence to: Nettle and Atty. for Plf._ 10.4 4t 10-25 New Rabbit hair & Nylon Mixed Dresses

military chiefs. They must prepare for the worst, and music. addreHH In 1207 Liberty Street:! Dur-I'II" CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD Sizes 9 to 13 --------____-_ _
I ham, N. C. .
as rapidly as they can. And in the meantime, some of, Many of Porter's outstandinghit You are required to I COUNTY. PI.OIUUAl IN' CHAN.CKHV. 3.S
the nations seem to be doing everything possible tO tune, such as "Begin the BeIguine" -I Noyember nomad Court'14', and 1948, cause In the, wherein above Jean Janke Lovett, Plaintiff, VH. New Cotton Dresses, 9 to 20 ...
I|I larry Nathaniel Thomas liovett
make certain that those weapons will be used, and soon. "Night and Day", "You'rethe plaintiff seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford thlaOrd Defendant. Casa No. 6076.I New Men's Shorts, heavy material
Top", and others are County Telegraph
At the end of World War I there much many .. In four weekly Issue I 1 ORDER ICIOPTO APPEAR All sizes __ __ _
was talk heard in this tuneful film. r next AND : ; :: __________ _
of "the lost generation.". The problem at the end of Witnessmy hand and official I STATE OK FLORIDA tofrll.. "
neal at Htarke, World War }JI seems to be whether or not this shall be 2. 1940.QI1'P'1CrAL' I Harry whose residence Nathaniel and Thomas address Lovett Is No. New Rayon Panties for Ladies '.

"the1 last generation."' If we once more permit the LOOKING FORWARD. Aa( Clerkv. + 'lIaid )Court.Charlen A.. J. Thomas, I a Atlantic Avenue.Miss Rnrrlngton, ''New'Girls' Panties 2 to 6 -65fi
( Kiel-
y or) % _
world to resort: to force of H. HI-HH. 204-05 Realty ;'nJ. o.P'v; "
arms, no nation and no individual Ky W. W. Parker Tildtf. .InrkNonvllle Florida. I 198 West ,
will escape the awful consequences. Atty. for Plf. 10.4 4t 10-25 Ouklyn New Jersey.You : New Men's Dress and Work Shoes
to
are required appear onOrtob..r
... I
As General Jonathan M. ,",,' 28, 1046, In the ahoven..m..d All sizes
Wainwright said in his Just breezing along Monday ------------------ _
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IN CIRCUIT (H'IIT. BRADFORD Court and cause, wherein -J*
recent speech in Starke: "A future war is too horrible night I was blown into the Reno I'OllN'I'Y' ,.FI.OHIMAl CIIA.N-. !! i plaintiff seeks divorce Pradford New Ladies Leather
to contemplate". Some CKHY.Ruclld County Telegraph shall publish thl.Ord..r Shoes __
way must be found to prevent Ball Park where the Robinson P. .Haniel Plaintiff vs.Itarnadette I In next, four weekly issues.Witness 1.5
it, and it is up to the "little people" of the world to 20th Century Agency, presentedits A. Hamel, Defendant. my hand and. official ,
let their leaders know that first Musical Religious Out Cans No. (104.ORDERED. seal at Htarke Florida( this Sep I rrsrrrrsNick's ...
they do
not'wish to be !" PUBLICATION tember 23 1948.
"fumbled" into another war. It is stupid to door Show. It was one of the I AND NOTirE TO APPEARSTATE' (bFFiCiAL SEALS. ) A. J. Thomas.
say that OK FLORIDA to: Berna- Aa Clerk of said Court.
grandest outdoor affairs in the
war cannot be prevented. It can be if the peoples of .dette A. Hamel whose address I* T. Frank Jjindrum, Starke, Fla. Bargain Ho
the world wish it to be and convince their leaders that history of Bradford Coun t y. I 103-A .' Wasp St., liberty Home, Atty. for Plf. ..J7 4t 10-18 ,
I Affiliated groups throughout the North"ChaVseton, South Carolina.
they will not stand for another holocaust. You are required to appear on i.v CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD
State took part, and among the November 4th 1948, In the above COUNTY, FL.OHIUAI IN CHANCKHY. ; TWO. BLOCKS -FROM BUS
notables were D. A. Boyd and his : named Court and cause. wherein STATION
'plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Raymond a. .Holllday- Plaintiff va.
Now Serving A Full I A-Capella Choir from Palatka. County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder Evelyn Holllday. Defendant.. Case .NORTH ON-ROAD 13
_Tailor-Made Those who enjoy 'wholesome mu- In next tour weekly IsHuea. No. 6082. .
Witness my hand and official ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
Line of Regular DinSEAT sical affairs should look forwardto seal at Starke, Florida, this 2nd NOTICE TO APPEAR
COVERS the next date. of OptoberJWJ94. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Evelyn
:ere Short Orders (OFFICIAl; SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Holllday. whose residence and address
and:1: JR. CIIURCII Aa Clerk of said Court. la: 83 East 81st. Street. "
t PROGRESSINGThe Hy Lucille C.'onner, D. C. Brooklyn New York. Now-sweeter :
Sandwiches / Allen Chapel A.M.E. Junior John .r.! Henderson, Em|. at. Augus You are required to appear on ,

Church will have charge of Atty.tine. Flaw.for .40'l l 'l 10-4 4t 10-25 October named Court 28, 1846 and In cause the, wherein above tastier bread with
A Clean Quiet services at 4 o'clock : plaintiff seek divorce. Bradford <
Oct. 13, at which time : County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder
Place To Eat sUl1day'1 IN CIRCIT COURT niiAi>roi Oble DeSue will be at I rntrVTY, FLORIDA IN CMANt'KHY. Witness mv hand and official, seal FLEISCHMANN'S"FRESH
Everyone is Invited to attend and ci( at Starke, Florida, this September
Jewel Irene, (Oimlnt Plaintiff, vs. U. 1946.
IXIECAFE I I -- witness what the young: minister]I lAuKustln Valentine Ozmlnt, De .OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas

will say. For an evening of real fendant.ORDER Cane OP"No.PUBLICATION 5106. Aa. Frank Clerk of Landrum said Court.T. Starke. Fla. k kA
All Work Guaranteed discussion, attend the A.C. E. AND NOTH'B TO APPEAR 'Atty. for Plf. '.J7 4t 10-18
League every Sunday at S m., STATIC; OP FLORIDA to:: Augustine _
WARD SEAT p. Valentine Oimlnt whose nd- NOTICE
where young and old take part. dress la Waylyn, l"Iouth'rolln.... TO ALL WHOM IT MAY COXCKHN :
COVER CO.TEIUPLE An open door is extended to all.n.J.E. You are required to appear on : .
703 November 4th, 1946 In the above You are hereby notified to file
GAY'S SERVICE STATION named Court and cause, wherein anv and all claims against the YEAST'
AVE. ,
SCHOOL NEWS
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford estate of Alma Slntrunk, deceased,
.Phone 10 Court .* Madison 8b. The student body of R.J.E. is County Telegraph shall publish this with Honorable County Judge K.
Open Sundays 12-9 P. M. progressing rapidly under the Order Witness In next my four hand weekly and Issues.official months K. Ferryman from, on first or publication before eight of ... <::. ; .

1 leadership of the seven teachers. ,I'seal at Starke, Florida this 2nd thla notice, the same being duly '

Students) are entering wholeheartedly I ..." ..... -- -
r.;., '. '11
Into the various activities, as '
manifested by the large IN THE SOUTHEAST ....... '.. ."...'" < -' ....

ooJll! iB: A1v r.a & Son ment and dally attendance.eOl"Oll-1 I ITbe. I More people drink Atlantic:Ale and Beer than any other "" _'':-''- .n.. .. #
.
a ,.Sen'or...C asa organized re-,
Gently and named themselves the rub must be.*. :
Transfer &' 'Storage Co. Senior Delphlans. The following 4 Jit's so'easy to'bakedelicious;smooth-textured:

officers were elected: James I if you use Fleischmann's active fresh Yeast.Thisfi

Smith, president; Samuel' Strong, Jl 1 tl1l !
Phone .179 vice president; Ceola Johnson, : yeast is full-strength. It goes right to work to help

financial ,secretary, Eva Mosley.' ". get best baking result every time.
recording secretary Mildred Roy.. '
We operate local and long al, treasurer William Holland, IF YOU BAKE AT HOME-insist on

..Moving and distance business manager;* Bessie E7l'h FJei chmann's: active fresh Yeast. The
Anywhere in
1 St reporter. 'Glark'i cake with the familiar yellow label! DependableAmerfca'e -

tagI the State'' of Florida. ALTIIORIE THOMAS' favorite for over

Althorte- Thomas wife of, Leroy I -70 years. a.
l Fast, Careful Moving Thomas, died Oct. S at 10 a. m.
I In Lawson Hospital, Palatka. She ,ALE4tsu eta ;--

was a staunch< member of New. ,-----

Bethel Baptist Church and took frt..utr"
EARN While You I LEARN to ,FLY part in all duties that were placed Asaett.wr er.tak aa.acas.caa..ra.se.rF

; ; upon her. Besides her husband,y
ihe Is survived by one eon, Robert -

.On The GJ I. :. BILL :of'>RIGHTSNew day ,in Interment Gainesville.took place, Tues sl ,


e . e e e


PIPER CUBS LAWTEY, 'le

By The School
being used . e . e


in the program ....... __ ... Rev, Smith of North Carolinafilled
the pulpit at the
Baptist
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Certified Ground School Class Instructions Church last Sunday. 0l l

Given by Certified Ground School Instructor E. II. Smith Jr., of Madison

visited his sister, Mrs. Rosalie
Certified
Flight Instructor
McLeod, last week.
Federal Approved Primary Ground
and Flight Mrs Mae Wells, Mrs. A. It. 171 V VJi Vi t
School Certificate No. 50r: ff. Harley and H. C. Harley were

guests of Mrs. Well's and Mrs.
For information pleas phone Conway at 117 Ha i ley's sister, Mrs. Ruth Barth-

or Libby at 32 afternoon.low, in Mlddleburg last Sunday ,ti'+ ..l.fl it

Jack Bales visited his family.
CONWAY-LIBB U-FLY-IT SERVICE Mrs. Bales and two daughters,

P. O. Uox: 30.1: Starke. Fla.'HOSPITALIZATION last Friday. Mrs. Bales and

daughters are visiting her mother,
Mrs. E. B. Wells, here.
L Y, attti
Mrs W. H. Edwards was a

I business visitor in Jacksonville

HELP-WHEN YOU NEED IT MOST last Saturday.

ROOM AND BOARD FOR 90 DAYS Mr. and Mrsx Hal Edwards and
Billie Edwards of Klngaley Lake
Liberal Hospital Extras Surgical Up To $150 attended church In Lawtey last
Medical' Care- Maternity Coverage On Family Sunday. _

rollcy"IStiulftg Ages ,3 Months 'To 80 Years Several Lawtey farmers were

Same Value any hospital in U. S. or Canada seen at the regular monthly meet- '

CLAIMS PAID AT OUR OFFICE Ing of the Farm Bureau in Starke 1 !
last Friday night. t
You Can Get In A Hospital For Nothing Lawtey was well represented at

But It Costa Money To Get Out the football game in Starke last s..jra
Friday night.
Provident Life and Accident Insurance Co. Mr. and ..
Mrs. L. H. Futch I
were _
One of the +' _
Oldest One of the Largest In Jacksonville on business last _

DAN BYRD INSURANCE AGENCY Saturday. They were accompanied

'. GAINESVILLE, ,FLORIDA B. WUkerson to Jacksonville, Gloria by Wllker-Mrs.

i 1 Telephone 1601 son and Donald WUkerson. The .n

Mail Coupon Wllkenons remained In Jacksonville -
Today
for a visit with :Miss Eunice

, Name __ __ __ __ _________ ____ WUkerson.

Address _--_.___.___.______--__. ._ ,_. ___________ Stapling marhlnra Scotch tape, lonuo
Individual paper punches, ail types account UNO" AUnOll1Y 0' 1111 COCA.COIA COM .. '
( ) Family Group ( ) 1 .. n,
books, ring binders, a a d ,many
other Items) at the Bradford

County Telegraph STARKE COCA-COLA,, BOTTLING, CO.



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) 11. 10..8 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK, FLORin\ PAGE THREB: ,

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. .I' children. .
.
e I prcctation for the many nice useful Porter "'..r..n.. whose" residence arttladi1r I
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Andrewsand Greatly Expanded I, .Hn IK unknown ,
gifts showered us, when
tw Rivery children spent Sunday with we moved Into our upon home. It was I REA Facilities I,October You are XI. 1M required. In the to above appear nam on Can Use More Pulpwood

Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Johns.H so sweet of everyone to remember ', eel. Court. and cause. 8radfo wherein plAln- ItM
School tiff aka divorce County
y C. Rouse of NAS Jackson- us, and your kind Expansion, of the REA with the Telegraph shall publish this Order
"
e . . ville spent the first part of the ness and thOUghtfUl-I installation Of new generators In next tour weekly Uauen. mH F WRITE TIMBER DEPT
; Witness official seal
hand and
DINNER week with his family.Mr. ways be. treasured. and the addition of many miles at Htarke, my Florida, this Heytembvr18.IH4J Co nt Corp'n. of America. "' man v her and Mrs. C. E. Andrewswere -Mrs. Brown. of lines served bl( the plant at k .
OFFICIAL HEAL A..r. Thomas, .
rdayoanniversary last visiting the market In Lake Keystone HeightJy.'Will. bean Ae Clerk of acid Court,
with Mr. andJohns' City Thursday afternoon. Those visiting: E. A. Sapp in greatly increased power facilities fy Lucille C. Conner D. C.
her, home the Lake City Hospital were Mrs. for Bradford and 'ten"other counties T. Frank Unndrum, 8tark. Fla.
Miss Betty Hazel Green formerly Atty. far Plf. '-JO 4t 10-11 EARL '
GARAG'EJO
h l!:. A. :
crowd attended this of Brooker' but now of Sapp and children. Mr and of north Florid! Three newl.OOO -
served Mrs Dempsey Sapp of Gainesville KW-generatoit; than 1n r'IIC"IT CO:RT. BMADPOKU
Dinner was Gainesville was baptized
Sunday rni MTV. PLOHIUAI ix IHANCKHV.
air. a large oak, tree !afternoon at 3:00: o'clock at the Mr. and Mrs. Math Sapp doubling- the original capacity Mile South of Starke on Road 18
old Mill and children of Lake Butler Mr will be installed In;' ftom; eo to Chenler Pafford. Plaintiff vm. Roue
pyea beautiful birthday Baptist church.Branch near New River and Mrs Norman Wiggins Miss 90 days. Current projects will V.SOTt.I'afford, Defendant. Case No. All Kinds of Auto WorkALL. ,

L I Rev. Cozette Sapp and Harold Sapp of provide for''exteasto'n''of serviceto ORDER OF PUBLICATION
her children and grand- Truby Parrish of Santa Fe Jacksonville. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR WORK USED f.nIeItGUARAlIITEItD
If his Wreclcer
condition more remote areas than present .
Vero with her. In the filled his regular appointment STATE; OF FLORIDA to: Mr.
keeps improving he will be home lines allow REA officials believe Ron V. Pafford whose re.ld.nc. AUTO PARTS DAY OR NIGHT
her gifts were openedone Sunday morning. the latter part of the week. construction will and address. le f1.1157th sliest,
wished her many Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pmholster and the present Flu.hln U I New Tork. .. II I ... '1' r
I daughter We welcome two new pupil be adequate for the Increased de. You are required I to appear on
birthdays. ; Vivian and Mr. and October 115/0. In
py fromplaces Mrs. Carl Ward of Jacksonville ; in Mrs. Blanche's room: Ruthy mands in th various counties) serv- named Court and cause the, whfreln above WB-BUY,SELL and TRADE,, SED CARS
attending
t those' "Mr.d attended church and baptism Sun- ,Mae Durden and Bonnie Mae d which. In tdditlon Bradford plaintiff seeks dlvoro "HrajUordvunty n W; : 4, i. ? .. .. .
f were ; day. Summers.Mr. include 'Oc 1wnb1&: ':AhichuL.: ; Levy In Tetecraph neat four shell Weekly publish I....".thisOrder *. 1. .

e Johns of Jackson- and Mrs. R. R. Andrews Marion, Putnam. GHchrlst Clay WltneM my hand and official eJ
Emily Denmark and neal at Starke, Florida this September
STRAY MULE Duval. Baker'and Union counties.
were In Gainesville It. n...
Saturday
., Mrs. Arch Thomas of Conway Rouse has a stray I, morning.Mr. The Keystone plant was estab- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas When Your Tires Are Slick Time to Recap!
and Inez Clerk
Thelma A of said Court.
ar mouse-colored mule at the homeof and Mrs. Tom Hodge and lished In 1939 by the Roosevelt By Uucllle C1 Conner n C.
I
of Lake City. his uncle H. L. Johns. He children administration as part of a nationwide T. Frank Landrum, 8tarke, Fla. t HECAPPINOANIV
j MWilbert Mann and the attended church In Lake Atty. fur Plf 11-10 says mule Is somewhat educated program for electric co 1
Kay of Ocala City Sunday. They were dinner -
Marian
j at ALL SIZETIRES
Jjday with Mr. and Mr.. opening gates.-Please guests of Mr and Mrs. A. C. operatives. IN cmcriT roi'HT.r ananronu l :
come get him. McRae.Mr. During its seven :years the plant I''KKV.Lewie''''\I'I'Y.. FI.OHIDAl* CHAN. ,. AND' TUKE8

ns Mrs Curtis Dukes und Mrs. H. C. Rouse spent last and Mrs. Pledger Johns and has added various services, including urlffln. Plaintiff vs MlllllaUrlffln.
facilities for Starke nefendaat Case No 507S.01lDfcH 21.HOUR SERVICE
|Mr, Kirby Crews spent week In Tampa packing to move children were visiting relatives Und-by : OK PUBLICATION'
Mrs. Crews' old homed to our settlement In Midway Sunday afternoon.Mrs. and power for the Tung Oil pro AND NOTICE' TO APPEAR REST MATERIALS
t .
Brooker half of PTATK OP FLiOUlnA to: Mllll.ln' '
Plant at ,
Jay Moody and son, Eddie and Blanche Brown was cessing Orlffln. whose residence and address 1, GRADE "A" RUDBER'
Mrs. Alvin Kite and Vernell Moody made a business shopping in Gainesville Saturday.Mr. the power required for the State la unknown
Farm at Ralford automatic water You are required to appear on ll5 Workmanship Guaranteed
spent Sunday with 'Mr. trip to Thomasvtlla Ga, Satur and Mrs Ernie Souther Oilober II. 1145 In the above ..nam '
Forest Harvey of Rai- land and children were visitingMr. supply for grazing cattle In Ala- eil court and came, wherein plaintiff .I' j TIIONE 79
day.Mrs. J
chua County and for operationsof seeks divorce I Hradford County .
Jessie Lee Lazenby made and Mrs. Lester McCuloug Telegraph shall publish this Order
d Mrs. D. A. Greek of business trip to Jacksonville Sunday afternoon.Mrs. a phosphate plant at White In next four, weekly Issues.Witness .
at Wllllston mr hand and official seal ;
lime
Bile spent Sunday with Monday:! Lubedla Johns and Mrs. Springs, quarry at Welaka, and at Stark.. Florida this September' STARKE TIRE SERVICE;
fish
packing plant
iMrs. S. L. Crews and Harold Shiver came home laat Jessie Lee Lazenby were I In IS 1148UFFICiAI.
.
a sawmill at Springdale ( URAL) A..r. ThomasAs
week from Texas. He has been Gainesville Friday.Mr. Clerk of said Court.
''i in the Philippine Islands over a I and Mrs. C. E. Andrew By Lucille C Conner. D. C.Lach Adjoining Temple Garage Temple aAve.,
II Douglas, Ualnesvllle, Pin.
Irl year.Mrs. ,were In Gainesville Friday.Mr. Florida HighwaysHave Alty for Pit. 11-10 tl 10-11 &

Alvle Thomas and children, and Mrs. G. W. Andrews New NumbersThe
of Starke spent Saturday with were dinner guests of Mr. and -iOTICM OK KLKCTIOV t aaa
1* the sjfe*>rlffiff llrejtlfferd I'owajty.t .
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moody and I Mrs Eurle Reddish of Hellbron State's highways. are the tae State> .( Floridailie UNDERSTANDING

children. Wednesday recipient of a fine, batch of new It Known That I, R. A. Cray, .
I Secretary of State of the State of
Mr and Mrs. C. P. Cowen of Roy Tomlinson Is ill in the 'nwhs '
numbers displayed on white Florida, do hereby give notice. that the economy of management upa
fr Gainesville spent the week with Alachua County Hospital.Mr road which greet the a
shiny sign GENERAL ELECTION primary quality! of our Service' u''hichis ;
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. John I and Mrs. Guy Andrews and tourist at frequent intervals.The will be 'held fin llradford County, dedicated to the affair; and need of
children had supper with Mr. and tftate of Klorfdn, on Tuesday nextucreedlna
CARD OF THANKS new system,]. designed to ;, the first Monday In November bereavement
To the pupils of New River last Mrs.week.G. W. Andrews Thursday of provide more accurate and being{ A. the D. tlfU. the said. Tuesday ,I --

School and your mothers. thorough service for motorists, Fifth Day of NovemberFor 311'DEWITT
Please 'accept deepest according to officials of the Highway United States' Senator
my ap-
'Although the For llepresentstlve of the 8..n"ConKr".lo"al
'N inrriT ('()HT. BNADFonnCOI : Department. ln-trlrt of the State
+ITY. FLORin IN IIIANniirvw : change will admittedly confuse of Florldn.. the Eightieth Con- C. JQNES
Bicycle CI1-. areas of the United Htates' ,
inert cEr HE \ Tleone Plaintiff vnAKKunta some travelers until maps are For Two Justices. of the Supreme AMBULANCE SERVICE
Tltone Defendant Can brought "into alignment" with the Court of the State of Florida.
RepairIt's 1, SPEEDY SIiRf No BOH1. re-numbered routes, authoritiesare For Two Railroad Commissioners Funeral Director
ORDER OF Pt'BLU"ATIONAND of the Stale of Florida
a major opera '' EU FFOKACl NOTICE TO APPEAR confident that the system will For One Member, :of the House ofIteprecentallves I STARKE: PHONE'T
STATE OK FLORIDA to: Amiunt be an Improvement: of the State of
[the mere tightening of FlorIda.
Tltune, whose rxhlcnrand ml-
[you can be sure your INDIGESTION dress In H2-15 Slat Avenue Elm- Starke emerged with a coupleof For Two County Commissioners Our local funeral home enables us to
hurKt. Long Island New York. Districts Two and Four. offer conveniences; ;
routes. Includingno and service not ,
(will receive prompt and You are required to appear on round-digit For Two Members of the County
(attention hers t October 21. 1940. In the above named less than Highway 10O sub Hoard of'' PubIn) Instruction LHs otherwise available,
I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff former Indiffer- trlcta One and Three
stituted for the
/ seeks divorce Bradford County In Te..tlmonyVh..r..t.. I have here
GS & BAKERCYCLE 1 1 Telegraph shall publish ta.ta Order ently termed Road 28, to Palatka.the unto set my hand and affixed. the We furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices a 4

1Carpenter's ..In.Witness next four my weekly hand Inane and efflola. no-called '"unlucky 13" becomes at crest Tallahassee Heal of,the the State Capital of this Florida the accept ANY life Insurance policy In force, Issued by ANT '00.

STORE ..sal at Starke, Florida, this Bep Route 200 (Fernandina to first day uf September, A. I>. 1044K. puny, as payment in part or In full on a funeral. Consultatle

temper 1948 Cellar Keys). HIIAFHecretary' .. A. GRAY of Htate. carries no obligation.
I (OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thomas ( '
Call St. Starke Fta. Aa Clerk of said Court. The parallel routes to King-ley To Hnn A. r>. Anilreu Sheriff
Store
Drug Fla. Hradford : ,. 5.6
T. Frank andrum, Stnrk '' tounl lit 111
S3F from Call
Atty. for Plf '-11 Itfl4Ml4 thlt Lake are now ..
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... ,, L "
street) an* "UVWiOblil 48 -from

10th street). Those driving t(
1 Jacksonville by 'way of Klngslej I r I I t / I s

will leave 16 at Highway, 215,
1 LI
which proceeds north and joint ...
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r ,_ .' ,
w lnr --.t. "I"' : ;}n
:1 Highway.,,21- near Mlddleburg., .en 't,, ..;'.:. : "I dr.NN : 1 f

N
\ 11 School Board Meets iaS5 J5 ?* 'o OOD'

v 3S&&SSr L E

,Routine approval of bills wai JtICrpA 1l1'N'G'
t S
made In an uneventful meeting ea,. Ibu JarU.--J eu r
,
Monday of the School Board. Slrafecl e.:,.. U"', I f

Purchase of an oil burner for ,. ,.. .lIIall pl.ceu jrjrye "'
rTY.w jSSQ
the Bradford canning plant was t "'U.1tr : J'C11pv y

approved. The bUB route driven l-fJ1t oinlrl8."o SlO:::It."! ....:; l

|QI>* _* *9titm ,*
S
by Mrs. Lottie ,Edward was :

= shortened by a halfmile.Registration.Dgadline cl'1llllh8fl alcJ.SI'qer iSS

lNOUrSONFp1Nr el ; Oleao +h "nrltl .
QQd Q
,... l
... ire': nuf.a **f 37S+ .'SOOOJ: :Zc' o*' .
a -' l ,.-.*.,, ,V'w.\)" l: '' (' 'Myla+ ,s. f7re *p car JT c/

00E Deadline In th..;registration for lAX hay'salad orad koay3t jbot 20.

general elections will be'Saturday,, roll..
.on. Ocarai/ed Beer ,
October 12. Book,,,will, remain $5.00

open until 'S.30: p. m.Y dolt.d lIa Your J7or1d r.a loro 1. 101uJ. "

The election of nominees/ for for t.lJ PUhli.helOIlQJ :;:a reel" Su
lI
leading state and federal office* f lax B e. I

is held the second Tuesday In No- t"+aalR. '" reWin!1 gaagiAMD '

_
mber. ? j .
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l's ciiutrr ('OI'H? '' Itll'.PFnnn
(-O''T.OIl.U.1' I* III AM.cr.itw. .
.
harlutte. Roberta ll"chr Vereen
.Hlalntirf. v.. Jack M>iri..r V.r.en
Jefendnnt Can No. (071.
ORDER OF PI-BLICAT10V
ANI NOTICE Tl) APPEAR
STAT! UK FI.OIUUA. .to.: Jack % .
\ everything we buy today-costs more. The things we eat or wear or use have ,- .

[M a Heady! upward climb. But the picture Is not altogether dark and gloomy. Floridian can

genuine satisfaction in one Important commodity that hot ACTUALLY DECREASED IN CO T- TUNG rREES.. '

P"' service has Increased. Greyhound fares are less than half they were 16 years ago I II IThs .. ,

I Is standout achievement. Look at these Bat U. S. T.ri t)_.ty-t..rfaiK. a.rtr.. f e
of all rising costs a
we believe, in the face think about. I .1._..., prolific. Utah e-il conMob

mporotive) fares below-it's something pleasant and refreshing -to I To .....r. beet tl.ctioa,'**dr NOWITICA!
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1946 FARES 11 FROSTY BOTTLES OF BEER!

1930
FARES When the cook is inspired to put these two together '
Miami . $3-30
klonville-Miami ._ . Sll.50 JacksonriIIS- . 3-25 YOUR WATCH words of praise are bound to follow. Just "

: 6.00 Ja IOnville-rompa ., Beach-Miami' 1.15POMiami I a

| tf Pain Beach-Miami -. -.-.-._. 2.25 West Palm .: .. *." Deserves the Best seafood flavor and plenty of JAX Beer to bring added "+' "i." > ...: '

. . 9UVeland Tompa-MJaml . .60 mealtime enjoyment. 1: J rYes ,
Lakeland .
>
,
. . 1.15 Tampa- 3.80 you'll appreciate' the quality of JAX, the .,...._ r'
'!, Ortando-Miami; . ... .J
Drink of Friendship for JAX is "
ondo 8.60 sparkling
-Miomi! e . .. l 3.40 a premium
\ .. 25 OrlandO"'Jaclcsonvlll. t beer. In addition to its premium
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gates from the local chapter Lucy "'

, CLUBSLorraine Surprise Party l Dampier-Strickland I Carol JenningsHas were: Mrs L. A. Davis and Mrs. .Wi"r.1. J, T BrycB
and
SOCIETY For Mrs. GreenMrs. : Birthday PartyCarol O. L. Beaaley; alternates Mrs. Hal corned as a new Stewart *'&ifc

Edwards and Mrs. Annie Lou circle. '"""""'of< ,

Y. A. Harris' and Mrs. Lynn Jennings, eight- Godwin, The hostesses ,

Hartmann Weds D. E. Champion Green McGrlff were hostesses I year-old daughter of Dr. and Mrs The General Convention will be guests present *iu, .I"1' 1 1.I'eshmentlt

AfternoonMarked Sunday evening at 9 o'clock at 'L'' H. Jennings, was honored at a held in Jackson, Miss., Nov. 17 of ten'""I r
In Church Ceremony Sunday the home of the latter on Call 'lovely children's party Thursday i through the 23rd. Delegates 'ith Ice cream appu "":lp lop

Street when they entertained ata afternoon of last week when her elected were Mrs. L. A. Davis and
of the
Hartmann mother Circle
by beauty and dignity I Mrs. Two
honorIng ( -I mother entertained at their homeon Mrs W. Roberts alter
surprise party George ;
was the wedding of Miss Lorraine -'bride, was becomingly attired in delightful Circle Two,,
their daughter and sister respectively Jefferson and Bay Streets nates Mrs. E. K. Perryman and Mrs, A. ,
with Ad
Hartmann, daughter of Mr. a suit of pink gabardine, chairman, met ,
and Mrs. Albert Hartmann of which she wore black accessories Mrs. R. A. Green, who Fall flowers and greenery were Mrs L. O. Powell church) and held In the Method. .

Starke. and Donald Eugene Cham- and an orchid corsage. celebrated her birthday anniver- used in the living room and din- The chapter voted unanimouslythat and profitable an lnatru

pion, son of Mr and Mrs. Leo Mrs. Champion, mother of the sary at this time. ing room in decorating for Car- Mrs. S. E. Brownlee be madean The devotional meeting, ,

Champion of Tulsa, Oklahoma, brldogioom, chose a dress of navy Quantities of fall flower were ol's party honorary member of the Chap ducted by Mrs servli* 91.. *
o'- blue with acces used in decorating for this affair. attraction oblong ter. It also voted that resolutions W, J
which was solemnized at four crepe, matching The main was an was in an Chul'C//!

clock Sunday afternoon in St. Ed- sories. An orchid corsage completed During the evening Informal I glass-top table, decoratedwith on the passing of Mrs. manner.Interesting Mrs a'nd i. rpn'

ward's Catholic Church Center on her costume. games were played and In a contest pink, green, and rose crepe Murla Weeks Wall be written, tended to F Lo

Temple Avenue. The Reverend Reception Is Held Mrs. Green was presentedwith t $ paper. The paper streamers fell and the committee appointed to reUry; the duties d the,

Father John O'Dowd performedthe Immediately following the ceremony a box of note paper. from the top edges of the tableto draft resolutions were: Mrs. L. O. looked after and Mrs w, C, HIl!

Impressive double ring cere- a reception was held in the The birthday cake, centering a the center of the metal frame Powell, Mis Amelia Ray, and the circle' Rye

mony. Catholic rectory. Welcoming the beautifully appointed( table, was work at the bottom, making it and :Mrs. M. F, Brown, :Miss Olive Ray in an

The church center was decorated guests at the door were Mr. and Iced in pink with "Lucille" written Into the shape of a basket, Insideof The historian. Mrs. L. ,A. Davis, eating and Inatruetlv B1tat"
Mrs..Hartmann and Mr.;and Mrs in blue. Little birthday can r'\N t 1'0 reviewed the first
with quantities. of 'white gladioli L which whir'ed vari-colored bal- : read an Instructive' paper on the and
and white" chrysanthemums.The Champion. Standing' In the receiving dles topped the cake and they k loon subject of "Florida ContederateDetenses" chapters of "India", the book

altar was banked line were the bride and were tied with miniature bows ing written by Miss Bryce
Improvised I
During the a.'ternoon many ,a
bridegroom und their attendants.The of pink and blue satin ribbon. I slonary worker In -
with palms' and ferns and at each games and contests were enjoyed. The chairman of the nominat-' field. that H
rectory was beautifully Small pink and blue bows were
end were placed tall baskets of I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dampier of In' the traditionallonkey's tall" ing committee, Mrs. Davis, After
decorated with artistic arrangements also placed at Intervals 'on the ford I the program
and gladioli
both
white
chrysanthemums Lacrosse announce the engage I contest Norma Jane Canova won posed the following officers met d
seven-branched candel- of small porn poms and sides of the cake.Refreshments In the Educational!
and two ment and approaching marriage first prize and Lu Groen won the the coming year, and they were where 1 BuJIdI
tern The bride's table, againsta of ice Cream, they had
white
abra, holding burning tap- of their daughter Valalr, to Clifton consolation. Each was presented unanimously elected: > of brought do
background of greenery, was birthday cake and chocolatecovered ( I good warm
mark
ers. The family pews were overlaid with handsome Italian E. Strickland., son of Mr. with an attractive top. Buzzy President, Mrs. E. K. Perry- for war winter gate
a almonds were served. sufferers
ed with bouquets of white pompoms of huu and man let vice president Mrs. L. : In Balent
and Mrs. C. E. Strickland Green won the peanut ; H.
Osborne
fern with white cutwork cloth and centered with Those invited to be with the I took a
and tied
: will be A. Davis 2nd vice Mrs. Picture of
Gainesville/ -wedding was presented with an appnvlale ; president,
The large
the four-tiered bride's cake. two hostesses and the honoreewre group standing
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tulle.A. of nuptial music cake, embossed with paitel-colored Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Jennings, an event:of"'NovWmftsr. gift George Rob Jrts; secretary, Mrs. gUt for our Buffering behind
program 'V. O. Hall treasurer Mrs. An. broth
was rendered by Miss Betty Ann bride's roses, was topped with a the Rev. and Mrs L. D. Halnea, Carolyn Edwards assisted Mrs. ; over-seas. The pastor

Flynn, pianist, and Miss Garnita miniature bride and groom. Burn- Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Johnson Elected Jennings in serving refreshments nit Lou Godwin; registrar Miss J. Churchweli. Will attend( Rev,

Hutto, soloist. Miss Flynn played Ing white candles In silver candel- L. A. Canova, Mr. Green., and Mr. of ice cream, birthday cake, and Olive Ray; historian, :Mrs. Ethel'M. packing and shipping of to

"Because" (d'Hardelot) and "0 abra, tied with small bouquets of McGrlff. President' WCTU punch to Carol and the following Biggs; recorder of crosses, garments *

Promise Me" (de Koven) while pom penis, tulle and fern, added I young guests: Joan Smith, Norma Miss Madge Middleton; chaplain
the assembling, and further charm to the table. After Hallowe'en Party Mrs. W N. Johnson( was elect and Emma Jane Canova, :Margaret Miss. Amelia Ray.It II
guests were ed president of the Laura Scott was voted that during the Wedding Party
Miss Hutto "I Love YouTruly" the bride had cut the first slice, I Rose puncan, Mary Carol
The sang traditional wedding Mrs Richard Kldd had charge of The Junior Woman's Club will, WCTU at the regular meeting Besnant, Linda Joins, Jeanette fall and winter months the chap- Given Buffet
SupperMr.
Hallowe'en held last Friday fit the home of ter would meet at 3:30 o'clock.
,
a Party
marches were used and "To A cutting the cake. sponsor Moiti o Snyder, Betty Gunter Sylvia Anders

Wild Rose" (MacDowell) was The two punch bowls were presided Thursday night, Oct. 31, beginning Mrs. Ara ,re-elected Mrs. Jennie I Lu Green, Clair Jean Mundy, Mra George W. Roberts Invited and Mrs. Albert Harta

softly played during the cere over by Misses Garnita Hullo at 6 o'clock. Emphasis will' Thornquest' was vice.: Buzzy Green, and Walter Jennings the Chapter to meet at her homeIn were hosts at a buffet *,
be placed on fun and frolic for president. Miss' Susan Wallace, Lawtey on Nov. 6. Assistant WM
Ann
mony. Betty Flynn, and Dorothy given in honor ,of the Chiapw
Tho bride, who was given in I Gray. Assisting In serving Ice the younger children, but adults secretary and :Mrs Ara Moitt,I hostesses will be Mrs. L. H. Hill Hartmann wrhr\o:

marriage by her father, had asher cream and cake to the guests are Invited to attend also. Prizes treasurer.A UDC Elects Officers Mrs. Effle Miner and. Mrs. Hal held at their homeTlSuw
will be awarded for the best feature of the afternoon was Edwards.
matron of honor her sister- were Mrs. George B. Flynn, cos- I following the wedding rtheitu

in-law, Mrs Edward: HartmAnn, Misses Evelyn and Lillian Stump, umes. Admission will be lOc. | the presentation by Mrs. R. 0 For Ensuing Year last Saturday evening,

and as her bridesmaid Miss Sara Mrs. Glen Wood, Mrs. W. R. Methodist Circles Arrangements of chiyiu,:,
The W. T. Weeks UDC
Strickland, and Mrs. D. B. White. Chapter
Dekle of Dukes. Master Eddie mums and gladioli were
Hartmaiin Jr., nephew of the The bride's hook was in chargeof e met Wednesday afternoon, Oct, 2, Met TuesdayCircle advantage In decorating pliwd for a i

bride, was the ring bearer. Mrs. Thomas F. Grady. at the Methodist church, and was affair n
0 After an presided over by the president One of the Woman's Society
,
Mr. Champion: had as his best spending some time with Supper was served buffet
man Edward Hartmann brother their: guests Mr. and Mrs. Champion -1 Miss Madge Middleton. of Christian Service of the from a long table covered win*)

of the bride, and ushers were left for a wedding trip. The .. The secretary, Mrs. Annie Lou I Methodist church met Monday white linen cloth and cratm

George Flynn Jr., and Ernest bride travelled In a light blue Now that all the weathermen wards around town last week, I Godwin, read minutes of the previous ;Joe afternoon Martinez at the home of Mrs. with an arrangement of but:<

Phillips wool suit with yellow blouse and have advanced pet' theories( con .1 visiting Joe's mother, Mrs. Mae I(I 'meeting; the treasurer, Mrs.I on Laura St., and chrysanthemums.At .
The bride wore a period black accessories. White orchids I M. F. Brown, reported all mem- was hospitably entertained by this
petite cerning this week's freak "hurri Edwards, and sister, Elaine ; i Mrs. time the bride u
Martinez and her
formed her bers ((39 In number) had mother,
of lustrous white satin corsage. paid up I II
gown I cane: here I come with mine: Itwaant1 Hear they're leaving Daytona bridegroom presented the an
Mrs. A,
featuring a yoke of Illusion and Mr. and Mrs. Champion will a hurricane at all-it'was Beach and will move farther down.1 I for the year; and the registrar,! W. Redgrave. Tastefully bers of their wedding party wii
make their home in Ft. Collins, Miss Olive Ray, read an annual arranged vases and bowls were
bertha of handmade lace. Tiny merely repercussions from last the East Coast, opening a swanky,I : appropriate gifts
Colorado where Mr. The dime donation for marigolds, zinnias and roses.
buttons were fashioned down the Champion report. I
annual football at Danla
Friday night's new eating place near
will enter the A. .4 M. I! patriotic activities to In the absence of the circle
College. amounted
back of the bodice and the full clash between Starke and Lake Miami Their Call Street

skirt terminated in a long train The bride was graduated from Butle.Yes' True to ancient friends will wish them luck In $2.40. chairman, Mrs. A. W. Anderson,

Her full length veil of bridal Illusion Bradford High School and at the traditions of rivalry between their new venture .. And speak I: The 51st convention of the the meeting was presided over

was held to her head witha time: of her marriage was ownerof the two (errr) "friendly" neigh- ing of restauranteurs Forest Florida Division, UDC, met in by the vice-chairman, Mrs A. HavingA
coronet of blossoms. the Lady Fair Beauty Shoppe Tampa this week, and the dele- Wood. Mrs W. E. Middleton
orange hors. (dating back to the ancient former owner of the Guidon I II I
In Stark, president of the society, conducted -
She carried a white prayer book, Mr. Champion was graduated courthouse squabble days) the activity -I Grill, is now chef supreme at the Nunnery of her little daughter, the devotional service which Wedding Soon?
adorned with white orchids and
on the shared the, Chateau Lido
gridiron popular Daytona
showered with tube roses. from the high school and junior Haroldlne, as a White Ribbon re- I was closed with prayer. The secretary -
spotlight with fisticuffs on the Beach night spot: Friends are I
cruit. The beautiful
college In Bartletavllle, Oklahoma.At I ceremonywas Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, read
Mrs. Edward Hartmann, matron I eHave
sidelines Fortunately there invited to drop around to the
present he is terminal performed by Mrs. O. E. an account of the previous meeting
of honor, wore a gown of pink on -
around
were enough'pellce to Methodist Churchrafter services
leave from t.he\u.ar'Co $ Stansbury, reuringpreaident.- ;, Mss} Kate Struth. treasurer,
net over taffeta faahlosteddwlthan Guard. Iflueldb/.the' wprislg-efore'''"'it Sunday and see Ovraldine LaPlant I(I
The State Picuref"Made
off-the-shoulder effect, fitted. Out of town guests at the wed Convention of the looked after financial matters the (
serious but I f become the bride, of J.
assumed proportions, A. Martinez
organization will be
bodice, and bouffant skirt. She ding Included Mr. and Mrs. Leo held In the I and received $8.10 as a local offering
not before had .
wore pink net mite, and a picturehat Champion of Tulsa, Okla., Mrs. to wonder spectators whether begun tAnother II I First Baptist Church, Tampa, October -. Miss Struth also presented by

of pink maline. She carrieda J. B. Hartmann grandmother of they'd paid I -- 15th and 16th, and the following samples for a Christmas sale
their money to see a football good reason for sub
colonial bouquet of dark pink the bride, Mrs. Victor Hartmann, delegates were elected to of cards and wrapping paper for T. H. Osborne
game or a prize fight ,. Oh scribing to the Telegraph: It helps attend Mrs.
carnations with matching maline Mrs. Emit Hirth, Mrs Louis : Johnson, Mrs. Thorn- gifts. The proceeds from all
well I there'snever meet the NICEST .
aa always say, you people
and tulle. Stadler, and Mr, and Mrs. Har- quest, Mrs. Moitt, and Mrs. J. T sales will be given to the WRITE BOX 42J
a dull moment at a Brad Frinstance: Julius Thorn writes
Miss Dekle, bridesmaid, chose a vey Van Veet, all of Rockford, ford-Union Quigley. munlty visual-aid Bible corn-I 1 OR CALL AT ,
football that he
game was waiting in the Fort|I After' the '
111. business session refreshing Mrs. Wood
dress fashioned of identical design Leavenworth barber shop tother reviewed the first IIOOAEH BROS. STUDIO
In blue. Her picture hat and orange juice was served and second chapters of the Fall-
But getting back to the hurricane day,' and opened his Telegraph to by. ,the hostess and the
mittens were also blue, and her Value of Teachers meeting I mission study book, which is en-
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read As
from what I hear, the only he did so, a young was closed with
colonial bouquet was made of' prayer I II titled "India" and Is written by
Stressed By SpeakerAt Callatreeters who lost much sleep Lieutenant Colonel getting a hair: I
pink rosebuds, outlined with blue; I
during the huffing: and puffing cut, said: "Ah! The Bradford BWP* BBJ9B*>JIV>SW JSBBBBBBJSBSBISBB1SBBMSBRBISBBBBBMS M
maline .
and tulle.Helena Woman's Club were Ted and Grace Osborne and County Telegraph!" Julius

.... .... glanced and "Were
-- ---- Gladys Mooty who kept the USO up asked you
Mrs W, R. Morse, home service
stationed at
building open all night to take Camp Blandingr""For

secretary of the Bradford County care of any possible refugees a while I was," the

Red Cross Chapter, was guest And they did have nine customers? Lt.- Col. replied, ."flnd.I was born

!speaker at the regular meeting of I too, including ancient Otis Mose- and, reared Jn! StaMce.'V-r" Andnot
the Starke Woman's. Club Wed no keep'ijloat-tr!;suspense
ley the ex-USO janitor, who probably > any

nesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock., 0 feels more at home in the longer.-'twas ,o.ur/qwn!; / Ben Stern- Harley F. Strong

Choosing as her'subject, "The building than anywhere else, after berg who was recently,transferredto By
f Value of a Good'Teacher", Mrs. Leavenworth from the Pentagon i
spending so much time there dur- -

Rubinstein'snew Morse pointed out the desired requirements ing the war years Understandthe Jtmilding In Washington .
and told of the
necessity '
A. y Covington family and -
for having good leadership the Wodrow Thurman family left Surely glad to ,beer that Ann

face powder. for properly developing youth. their Kingsley Village residences Greasier: our first polio victim of

With much Information at hand, about 3 a. m., when the blow began the year, is responding well to r I

both from a technical standpoint to assume serious proportions treatment An odd coincidence .
and also from Reflected
everyday exper- and spent the rest of the nightIn Isn't It, that she sad Phillip Thornson
91i- ience the 1
speaker held
the close
the Health Unit building ( of the Julius Thorns, who ,
attention of her listeners
throughout But on the whole It was a very was recently stricken at Fort
,
her talk. She was introducedby unexciting hurricane And Leavenworth) bot i lived in the ;

U.tCW5 wTR Mrs R. F. Demorest. chairman were the California headline writers same house In Starke Duringthe / I -
of the club's Education Committee. au'
disappointed! first part of their stay here .ry e y "I

the Thorns occupied the house

Mrs.Following Mae Wlllard.Mrs.accompanied Morse's talk at Scorns that Bobby Rlgg pulled now owned by 'the Cresslers When she lilts her face to yours, It will be

the piano by Mrs. L. A. Canova, a surprise on everyone last week sick Two prominent list and absent Rotarians from on. the the 3, hard to tell which holds the greater sparkle-
by leaving the
University and
sang "Crlsslma", "I Love Thee", meeting / her eyes or the diamond onher Both
and -"The Lass with the Delicate bobbing up III uniform at Fort .Wednesday: J u n I Ius finger.\

Air". Bragg N. C. Decided to Join'! Smith (secretary) at home with hold a promise of glowing happiness, forever
John Anderson and DU the flu andoW. SmUh'who ha" .
ThomasIn bright.
Come to F.
Preceding the program, the been out for Harley Strong's for a
their advent Into a couple of weeks
khaki andth'e
president Mrs. Lex Green, con- Until this diamond you'll be proud to diamond
her
three of them are now in the illness W. P. hada give -a -
ducted the brief business meet-
Ing. Mrs Edward Burns and throes of basic training Hear perfect attendance record since \\Ilitl\ 1 she'll be proud to wear always

r Mrs. W. J. Churchwell were elected that Andy Adklns and Bill Long organization of, the club,' ten years
.
delegates to the district meet- pledged Pi K A at the close of the ago. 2

Ing to be held In Jacksonville on hectic University of Florida rush
October 16. Mrs. M. F. Brown week Buddy Davis is hanging I Glad'to see M""'>. Amelia Ray 1. 6-diamond Engagement Set In

his hat these days at the Delta out at church Sunday-her first beautifully
and Mrs. K. G. Duncan were ll matched, richly engraved -
i Tau Delta house And word "public appearance" in several
chosen as alternates mounting . 157.50
comes that months Although they live ti
veto IWTM..SO sheer Mrs. Edward Burns, Margie Middleton ha r
program
been signed, within a stone's throw of the
and fine-textured, it chairman, announced that series sealed and deliveredto
creates an alluring of talks on "Publicity" will be Z.T.A. at Tallahassee. scene of the big celebration here 3-diamord engagement 'ring (In

allover finish. Cling, given by William M. Duncan beginning two Amelia weeks ago neither Miss very excusite mounting. The last Y

Nice to see Judge\ and"Mrs, Adklns nor Miss Olive felt like 1 word in modern styling 125.00
longer. And in such Friday, Oct. 11, at 3:30p. "taking it in" They enjoyed \ .
glamorous shades! All m. The lectures will be heldIn back In town looking quite /

this plus the unforget- the club building, and I all Interested rested and refreshed, after a hearing however,most and of it on the radio, ., .,3.: For 'the double ring
got some of the"atmosphere" ceremony
month In the '
able lleaven-Sent persons are Invited to mountains And .. beautiful 3
whenthe celebra matching Bride and
that reminds .
me Mrs.
A.
attend. concocts -
fragrance to surround tion-bound passersby took refugeon I Groom 'Rings, both .
Tempting refreshments of chicken a delicious sauce for ginger .. 22.50
your face with an aura their front porch during the
bread
and she has
salad potato chips cookies, kindly trans
of new loveliness. rain Add ecMbrat'on :after-
and hot coffee were served to the cribed the recipe for me for you math :! y
: Mina Grady bemoaning the
visitors and members during the as follows: 2 tablespoons of butter
loss
150"... ,-- social hour. This meeting bad (when and lf); 1 cup brown sugar; loaned of two lovely banquet cloths,

been, designated as "guest day"by 1 teaspoon cinnamon; 1 teaspoon for the celebration supper, Harley F. StrongCamp
o IM4! H.bM a.w..t..IM. and which disappeared from the ,
1.2
Mr i. J. bt. Mitchell, chairman nutmeg; teaspoon cloves; melt USO
ingredients and then add 1-4 during the general confusion
of
membership cup
Hostesses for the afternoonwere water; boil 4 minutes; add about She'd like mighty well toget Blending Jeweler, 1941 j

CARPENTER'SYour :Mrs. Geo. B. Flynn Mrs, 1-3 cup raisins And If tie one them packed back'them, just' In case' some 131 W. Call St. Starke ,t1a.:
'up mistake
by
C. A.. Futch, Mrs. K. O. Duncan, man of the house doesn't auk fora ,

RE ALL Store Mrs. L. S. Hutto Mrs. Lemuel second helping Ill never write

Colxon, Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs. another column! S" '""g .-.See- you In the For

STARKE, FLA. Ralph, Alvarez and Mrs. J. P. I next': Happiness

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of LOCAL NEWS full Come and winter anti be sriRELXA fitted for health your Legion Launches All-Out Membership Drive; ..- ;


garment surgical/ Corsets)( belt, .glnllfM- Cornrtleiv, and also -, Plans To Take Leading Part In Civic Life j Full Line of Seed at All Times :

Mrs sf, B. Jones ando I j I'I Mrs B. Cohen of Baltimore, I IIr". Frank Hoover Opening an all-outdrlve for expanded I;;;;rtito;:
nave been residentsfor Md., and Mrs.! E J. Nix Jr.. of the welfare of the I ALSORemorse's
the past two years,I I Columbia, S. C. have returned to I Mrs. Simeon Phillips and chil- American membership Lglon Commander_in Post 56 S..I town, were discussed! and proce-
ned to Lawtey to make their homes after being called dren of Lawtey were guests Tuea- G. Denmark this dure was Ntabll hed. The pout
e jlr Jones Is Sea- here two weeks ago by the serious day of Mrs. Phillips' parent. Mr. plans whereby noiw-membera Week outlined|also anounced plans for dances & A.A.C. Fertilizers '
among -
t; at Lawtey. illnss of their mother Mrs and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot.Mr. Bradford' ,veterans will and social activities.A .

W. I.. Andrews. major part of the meeting --------- -
Friends of Mrs. learn of group's': ----
| H. H. Adams, Dr. and Mrs Guy Edwards and the plans func-
sirs. was devoted to the need and
plans
M. Hembree, and Roy Andrews will be glad to know that children Ruth, Curtis, Ted and tions and value- to th*tax-service-: for an active Auxiliary.In I BUY PECANS
tided the birthday sup- she has returned from the hospital Darrell, spent Saturday in Jacksonville men .a \
the Denmark
closing session.,
bum Horne In Madison>> and is steadily Improving. with Mr. Edward's brother Addressing the 'l>glon In its I said WHEN READY TO SELL
that veterans Interested In
and regular JTVeiday
lit sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. meeting .Den.
James Hollingsworth returned Harry Edwards. mark said It iii esMntlal that ,Joining the Legion this week
!lied-Narrow Straw. to his home In Oneida Tenn., yes more veterans' "kDoW"" .. the organlhUon' ahould see V. H. Carden at Car- GIVE ME A CHANCE

$1.25 a t Bradford I Iin terday after spending several days will Mr.leave and Mrs. E S. Matthews ,- purpos.N ..nct-,..-, .the den's Service Station A I.. Crosby ____, ., r ._ ._ ____. -.-. ....... in_n...u.iH. ... .'T.
Starke.
II Sunday for Orlando .
Co qualifications for membership.
at the Court House, Luclan
where '
I t I Mr. Matthews will attend
Mrs. G. W. Marshburn I, After residing In Tampa for the hearings of the Railroad Com- Anyone with an honorable discharge Conner at the Chamber of Commerce L. BROWNLEE

Iter, Janice, of Tampasts past three months, Mr. and Mrs. mission. While there they will from the Armed Forces Is or himself at the Den .
Sunday of Mr. D. G. Kelly and family have returned be guests of their son-in-law and eligible to join, I it! Was stated. mark Furniture Company. c
Mrs to There are no restriction with reference -
's grandmother their home at 212 daughter, Dr. and :Mrs. H..B. Mc-
trman.Lnd Thompson St. Lendon, to theatre, length 'or
branch of service Full privileges

< Mrs. A. Z. Adklna Miss Gayle Sewell left Sun- Friends of S. R Johns Jr., attend payment of a'$3 membership -
Some Sunday from ain day morning for Atlanta Ga., will be glad to learn that he has fee. There are no Initiations
y the mountains of, where she will\ be a member of returned to his home after undergoing ceremonies or red tape Involved ;Aa';

llna. I I the dietary staff at Grady Hos- a nasal operation in, St. l Iin becoming a Legionnaire, the

.(. ..I-Narrow Straw- pital. Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonvillelast :post commander said.. .1

$1.23 a t Bradford For home portraits see T. II. week. I Denmark quoted the Legion's
preamble as a concise statement
I Co. | Osborne. See ad on page 4. Mr. and :Mrs O. L. Beasley and ,, of Its purpose: ,"To uphold and PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE EASY TERMS
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin at- '' I
---- ----- 'defend the .Constitution-of ,the -
tended funeral services Sunday United States; ton\maintain law. METAL 4x6

for Beasley Mr. Beaaley's in Hawthorne brother, James and order; to foster and perpetuate Double Bed Size Heavy Metal I Porch & Lawn Chairs

100 percent' me lcanlsm: to

STARKESun. For wedding portraits we T. II. preserve the memorl '' and Incidents Bed Steads ONLY TWO TO A CUSTOMER
of our association In the
Onbwrne. See ad
on page 4.
I Great Wars: Inculcate a sense Heavy 8 Beautiful.
Mon. Tues. Oct. 13 -14 15 I
Mrs. D. A Monteith drove to of individual obligation to the Pre-War Type Tubular Frame $4.61 Colors
Deland last Friday and was ac- community, state and nation; to
|"NIGHT and DAY"Grant
companied home by Miss Margaret combat the autocracy of both the 7.95Scatter

Alexis Smith Montelth a freshman at Stet classes and the'maftsto!! ; make
y Jane Wyman Good Used Dressers $15Large
son, who spent the weekend at -
her home here right the master of might, ;.to pro- t1
Wed. Thurs. Oct. 16-17 mote peace and good-will on _
of Drawer
Mirror Plenty Space
Miss Bonnie Andrews of Jacksonville earth; to safeguard and transmitto

"OF HUMAN BONDAGEIleanor pent Saturday night and posterity the principles justice -
with her
Sunday brotherinlawand
Parker., Alexis Smith sister, Mr. arid Mrs. Guy Ed- freedom and democracy; to Electric Alarm ClocksPlus 495.1
.
wards consecrate and i sanctify our comradeship
Paul lien ned ..
trevotlon
by our to

Fri. Sat. Oct. 18 19 New River WMU mutual helpfulness.'* Rugs We Still Have a Few Oil and Wood f

DOUBLE FEATURE Interest In ''1'oIt'Nli 1iae been Heaters [Jeft'FllEE
Has Annual t
MeetingThe greatly heightened irtJ\tt) success
"COLORADO SERENADE"In of the Homecoming celebration, 9ZS&
1917 CALENDARS Just
-
annual meeting of the Bap-
Color Denmark alated....The Influenceof
With Eddie Dean tist Woman's Missionary Union of '
the organization has'become a Come In And Ask For One
And"GLASS the New River Association was
recognized factor .tz\ communitylife
ALIBI"Paul held at the North Pleasant Grove he said, and the local group WE HAVE A FEW OP THE SCARCE ITEMS .'

Churchon Wednesday, Oct. 2, is being further recognized by Innerspring Mattrerwen. Electric. Broilers Hot Platen,

Kelly'_Anne Gywnne The president Mrs. H. L. Hough i Legion officials as one of the .. ,. .d Wardrobes and Chifferobes, Pictures & Mirrors, 2-
presided and an Interesting pro- stronger of the state.
posts
"- Oil Heaters.,

RITZ,, J 1F TVI: gram"Go: ye was and developed make' disciples on the theme.of all "In the and eyes Legionnaires of Department throughout officials --' 1.95 and uo burner" .. t

nations. The devotional was I
Sun. Mon. "DEVOTION" given by the Rev. W. H Edwards, the country Post 54 has gain IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
ed new stature. We will main
.Wed. Thurs.-"Her Kind of Man" pastor of North Pleasant Grove,, tain our responsibility with a program

and a memorial service was heldIn which will Include sponsorship John H. Denmark Furniture Co.
Sat. Double Feature Program honor of WMU. member. who of entertainment and cultural -

paused away during the past year. activities and .(he endorse-

A challenging message was given ment of matters for the city andcounty's PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA.
home missionary
by Mrs. Maynard
betterment.*
among the negroes In the j
"In this connection." Denmark
vicinity Mobile, Ala.
branch continued. "'It is "ontyl. fair' and
E'ver'y of During the noon hour a delicious -
right that returned veterans share 1
R lunch was served under the I In the leadership of the com- .

INSURANCECONSTANT trees by the ladles of 'the hostess munity. The Legion Is the effective -

church. means whereby the Individual STARKE AUTO BODY
The devotional opening the aft- veteran may take his place 'ot .
ernoon session was given by Miss Influence." w

LIABILITY Elizabeth Province, young people's In a discussion of specific pro J.1 a \: M

director for the state of Florida posals for the winter program ;e
SERVICE on the subject "The Quality ofFaith" the Legionnaires considered plan. ALIGNMENT EXPERTS'
QVER SO YEARS THEFT I for dramatic and entertainment

"Florida WMU and the Great sponsorship. Other matters which

Commission" was the subject of j' It was believed, would directly
FIRE an Inspiring address given by II. PACKHAM STAKKE, FLA. J. E. NEWSOME
WALL AGENCY Minn Josephine Jones. Florida executive e

secretary to WMU, .
NOW -- -
OJE N -'- -

LIFELASSIFIED The following officers were .. .
Please Phone 146 electe\- ,for the ensuing year;
4 The
President, Mrs. 1(, I.. Hough: CourthouseSWEET.

Young'People's Director r, 'Mrs..EI. .SHOP:
Electric Complete,
don Hardy; Vice President, Mrs. Opposite Courthouse

'' Fred May; Secretary-Treasurer, PI and Gas y l'.r WreckWelding

Mrs. T. B. Harding; Stewardship, Cigars, CigarettesIce I i /

Mrs. M. L. Cason; Community Cream / Rebuilding ,
and plain
R FARM.: CITY AND VTANTBD N.wln"Ir.( -Dr .n."maklng B. I!:. Fuller atCentral |,' Missions. Mrs. C. C. Black; MisI Cold Dinks Candies

PROPERTY Dry Goods. tip 9.27 I I' sion Study, Mrs. N. R. Kite; Mar- .For All Occasions .

FOR SALE-Ml...lonary strawberry I j! garet Fund Mrs. H. B. Arwood; I
Luok like second<< runner I' l ( 1 Tailor-
plantH J. F. Har- ..
Home, Mrs. .
Ry bd'or thouiiand<< AIXO a Si- 'I I: Children's Glaga'l .
OUT'@ECTATAL volt radio. A. ". Warren Itt 2.I I I : Publicity Chairman, Mrs.J. .
box SO, near Purvis1 TnurUt grave Made
hat Rd......... .t ee.erosenv ..- ('..mp. 4'P ">-4 P. wyrick; District Superintendents .,... Auto tt
.
.. .. .
Hu avf 1
Home._Fmmmfrom MALE HELP WANTED Opportunny Mrs. Guy Harrell Mrs.S. ", Seat
,... .upplylnlJ DDT ., ,
nt lifetime
all aver tY..see -------C .
IU< ... i I and other profitable products 10 E. Sparks. Mrs. Ray Gallop, Replaced ._
I farmers In Bradford. Count No ... _
fn REALTY AGENCY experience or capital r.qul..d. Mrs. C. H. Cope. P1 tee Covers

tail Locally By Must have auto and . OLLINGSWORTH inc wire". MrN Permanent.... Company Prp T, I Installed In a brief and Impressive e.4- *_
( So. Walnut St. Freeport. III. 10.4 lip service by Miss Jones. The offering 1&t1 1 -

tor- totaled $20.
8 of all kind. r.no- FOH many RENT known-Store IU n..p..t building Cafe on. I The next meeting will be held: (Iv' 'We Will Be In
Our New
Silcox Location
niture SIWllllam Center
l>rop upholstered us a card.f" and. 'Va Little hlnlJ"'lt Store, old Kinsleyu. Lake at the Brooker> Baptist Church HOWDY ,FOI-KSM i Women -- Blanding
a lIATTRE&J'Co...Ifo S highway.APTwieeonsin. January 10, 1947. aren't like cats.. They can't
Flat tl pllipwood motor run up a telephone pole-and a

',. [ tat .. ,m1 wnntlf'u A nt NOTE OF 'l1l.oiKHThill : cat can't run up bills. Garage After October 15
I
'It* all linen; fir*. dtarke I l.
lability, and life.t" : ; lZ:1: : ICI ; :;0CR : U to chow my appreciation Pat "So ulrhi' your wife ,
ll .. III' you
.n Innurance need. Service
Station ; for the blood r
den.FOR i thankfulness "
na' and
right. Jr., ltd East how to play poker? -
t Phone J54. tf S.lLE-1 room. '"' j'"ra\n\ 21b..d.oom donations for me by my friends lion: "Yen, It', a grand tdrm.
..
nvlnlr room .- and also for the beautiful get well Lad night t won back WEi
< anary ntnfrir, hen itlll. Sunday WILL FEATURE
'ter Con. Rt. a. .A.I"* Kings l evVlllite. U01: I card. and flo- rs sent me while nearly a third of my salary
Starke 10.4 Jtp [ confined !In the hospital. I am

.Iat> .al... Call PECANS: WANTED too !,.-...No.- uanllly 1 T.m- )\! at home now and will be glad Passenger (Uo conductor): .
.1' night. Black pad on cover. pie ton .mall Ave or 10-11 211' for any of my friends to call and "Which en ["VIM, naa Co. ticketa. 1 again. off?"
me'-Thank.
) or
Harold Oil rook (le d".R see
>r Ualneivllle Clarkcare dan JOB housemaid WANTED. (!S 01",..). Inquire I Your friend. Conductor: "Either one you
lip Dewey. Brooks. l'ow.\I'\
>VT a dandy little PALE" You can make both end meet
: FOR I IJ""R'J
eel'mditiun, to L.lKIHOr'f rllc.' IT roeR1' pin ...
come Just .
d'' and .Pr.Ii I' ,,, r""RIII" IS (H.% If you take advantage of our
Plumbing
.No. "T
4 Kln Wrj x 454.completed. tin THE ONLY MACHINE ITS KIND IN BRADFORD
nff tee our '311 Pun 1 It. l'F.l: Y.Jr.n yo. economical .ut.* 1cot! tvcllItlen. COUNTYAnd

lip MW 'tark. furnished lake. I Harry....nk.Natha"I.1 1ovaN.'1 Ihomre PI.lnllfr....,....n.. Your cr will serve you The First To Come To Florida Since The War
""B .*l mare mule. FOR neST t: .. I'e miler ,I Urfrndent'' Case YINo. 61178.' (oarer-run ....Ul"r..We..., ..always -
.. TfO-t:
"" Ib.. home on )Ild-Lak.. OItI.ERAP., Ufo' "' .1. A
Reward for Heightslice ...
n of 1 Keystone I : Tn APPP.AR ready to s4t* 'y o a.
return. this .ids ." NOTICE o
R. .
J. \V. )I. .
P" 2211, 8tark tip 'icon.W. 1. Andrews. ell lip. Pry\TE N*haniel7A)Tthr manntgr, tl. Drive l. today. Let us give your auto a Front-End Safety Check-up with this

rit, "' of floatn In tbimlnc .no.o.I': Hl'N. "ho'" naldenee and .ddr. Lo No.t wonderful new equipment The only machine
IIr .rrlnlltDn. that
Farad .ISf: II"'I..S.-\HY tllr ....1... Atlantic Av.n. KI.I.lI"rn. GULF OIL PRODUCTS can i
Re Stark. Chamber Jt One NER. mile'strawberry west nt plllni.T".a-.J Jo;. ..n l I I New .Jersey IH W..t'nrl %'Unton Ml e June.....n..., Washing Polishing guarantee perfectly accurate alignment.. It will give you

id ": >harp repeater old HAmptnn highway 1/-11 leKepner I Oaklyn red ..New-r,J.rswyO ,,,"I'..'..i7lnteIh p..allny.. .."( Greasing many more miles from your tires and save much wear and
-
2.
fit" please return to lo'urn'.h"' 3-"m >> .. wherein
0' Telegraph. It FOR REST bath.apartment .- nam..d Cuurt and .U. PradfrrdI' tear on your automobile.
prl"- Lake
with Trmple, I'hun" '.1'In"ff) .err divorre.' Temple &
Z.*> ".t Scott eo!S ".. Inu.iOr,1
utility trailer, F. A. lipFOn ( I'" en.ire th.uraweeklytl. 1 s l
r ullnAls' 114. "' .ark" I In Station
l'.i : 'hr. ... I .od drb" 1'.a r Service "LET THE
EXPERTS
L "nc. W.ln.
Ca y, .rk ilk ... DO IT" ,
Inrr\N .. Flurlde
\f.E--TWO' Ntarn
Itp .r fa 1 lOt t

,...'l ".
ill of,',,",:HeyutnnerHeight.tiring room- milt 4"ofmerly FOR'NALI to :IQO. V!o.h..l.i .,...mpkln.. fI.tnr.o.t .-. 'I'4. Fr.nk'I..rll "I.f...dum.-id CenrtAity IItlOk.1-17.Ie,.Ia. t?
soma' UP for I'lf. 1..1
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA J FRID.y. OCT OIIE I II

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e e 1 and then attended services duet. They were accompanied to I vention of
ternoon
,
a the
.
. . . .0. e Santa
Miss June Mr. and
was the supper guest of I I" at the Sampson church in Hampton by Mrs. J. T. I In Waldo last Ft Dlilt

Caldwell Friday. BrookerBy Theressa the evening. Quigley I Mrs. Ruthl'lIa Fr'day'

State FarmBy Friday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Edward Broughton and Walden Wadsworth of tin Merchant George. Ehe, Johns and ID-

W. O. Engram were Mr. and Mrs. Marine arrived lest weekto And RIeha
Eva Mae Trueste
Mr*. T. W. Markey I By Katie Mann were week moved rd Ii
Mn. Bryan WhItfield Charles M. Snyder of Jacksonville e e e e e daughter, spend a brief visit with his I they will to Stark,

e e e e e e e e e e MISS Lee Baxter Of Philadelphia S S e. s e e 1 I shopping in Gainesville Friday. parents, Mr; and Mrs O. P. Wads- I Mrs. Unnie make their ion ,.II'bo

BRIDGE CLUB MEETING Pa., also: arrived Friday to be Mrs. Bessie Branning of Jacksonville I. Mrs.- E. 8. Sibley and 1 Mrs. Willard Smith returned worth.H. end Seley had a
guests lito
with Mr. and Mrs. Engram fora spent part of last week daughter Ruth,""silent last Sun home Saturday after spending a 1 Y. Saxon' suspending .this and her daugh r. Shirt,
Mrs. P. D. Fancher entertainedthe JeannlneMiss
week. here with her parents Rev. and day in Deland.vblUng his parents, week with her mother Mrs. J. week with relatives in Pompano. cltra. Mean bolt

State Farm Bridge Club at Mr and Mrs. L; q: Slbley] A. Graves.Mr. ,.
Lawhorne.
Mrs W. H. Parker came duringthe Mrs, J., W. Home and daughter. Betty -

her home last Thursday after pant week for a stay with Mr. and Mrs. L.. O. Hazen of Mra. Linnie Be K: and brother and Mrs. D. D. Johnsonand arrived home Monday 'after I Jacksonville Madge Gay and frl

noon. Marigolds and late aln.nlu Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Lee following Starke were here Sunday visit- Kenney ThornajH ware shopping in John McKinney were. In spending several days In' St. her Parents havei Mr i bran pry!

were arranged to add beauty visits with relatives in several ing relatives and attended services Starke ,last. .: Starke'. Tuesday-on business. George S. C. They also attendedthe Ga,'. and lira 0.

and a riot of color to the living other points In the state. at New Hope Church.. Mrv and MraTjOarJfield| ] Johns Mr. and Mr. Willis Broughtonof Indian Field Camp Meeting Mr.s. Ruby M.

room where the tables were plac] Jimmie Bradley went to Jack '' Mr. and Mrs Sam Mott. Mr, and son, Grady; and Mrs. Lydia Starke spent the weekend with there. daughters, Marlene Undersold
:
ed. In the award of prizes Mr. sonville Sunday to( enter Jones,, and Mrs. Luther Sowell Mr. and Hall of..Hampton attended services (I his brother and sister-in-law Mr. Mr. Mamle'Mead'attended the I bath and Martha, BlaI'J

M. E. Griner received a double Business College. He Is makinghis ', Mrs T. W. Markey and Mrs. at the Chl'letlao.dburch and Mr. Edward Broughton.Hampton. Woman's' Missionary''Union Con- cent Vleltors' to have bay .

deck of card for having high home during his stay with Cassle Larramore. and son-in-law' here Sunday evening.Rev. CainelYpit .
I e .. .
core and Mr. Robert Kite a* Mr. arid Mr. Vance Geiger. |I and dau&hter..of St. Petersburg J., D.. Squire of Palatka .

holder of second high score soap, Mr. and Mra. Eric Lincoln and enjoyed a fish fry on the banks filled his. regular'appointment at

and In "bingo" Mrs C. M. Tur-I daughter Miss Barbara Lincoln of Black Creek last Tuesday. the Baptist .Church here Sunday Rom'where;! fit i

received unique hot dish mats. ef Tampa spent the past week' "' j ... ,dy Joe Mars
ney Mr. !: .returned % "
j f I Earl rGeilmanrir' evepig-p. ,? \\fO By Mr*. M. C. SWeeddye
ii
Refreshment consisted.candles'and en4, 'Mhta, Mr. and Mrs. J..- p.|1 ar
h6W Sunday alter spending, 'a Mr- Delaniy+Dlckmoon was : \. ',....
'
a salad course. Parker: I I e. e e e e e .
week few days' here with Mr. and Mrs. visiting at the home of Mrs.
the Mr. and
past
During
Miss Melba Strlngfellow spent Mrs. En Ice BradsuaW and children T. W. Markey. Johnnie Zebedee. In Starke last BOX SUPPERAn Aro Returning Veteranj"Different"

last week-end'with Mr. and Mr. moved, to( Penney'Farms Miss Madeline Green spent the Wednesday afternoon old-fashioned Box Supper

K. W. Parks in Lake Worth havIng where Mr. Bradahaw la an employee weekend here with her parents, Earl Geiger -was in Palatka sponsored by the 3-H new Club

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green. (Hampton Happy Hall) will be ?
gone down with her grandparents In the offices of Foremost and Gainesville. last 'Saturday on

Mr. and Mrs M. D. Carter Dairies. Mrs Reta Brown of High business., .; held in the Recreation Hall on

who will now reside there. I Dr. and Mrs J. M. Hembree Springs was here recently visiting Mr. and Mr*."'Marvln Eiland of Tuesday Oct. 15, at 7:19: p. m. Daring the war you heard lot Mrae Nothing more" *

Mr. and Mr. Reuse Bradley] returned Tuesday from Charleston -' Mr. and Mrs L. A. ,Mott. Hampton attended services at the Ladies ot.the town are asked to about how hard It was going to be fishing Seward' creek Stilling ,

and eons of Jacksonville and S. C., 'where they visited Dr. Mrs Ada Harrell of 'Jackson- Baptist GhUYcn'hfa*Sunday even- prepare and donate attractive for returning veterans'to get adlog horseshoes 'er,i'

their guest Mrs. Jack D. Bradley Hembree' parents Mr 'and Mrs ville spent last week here with Ing. "' 1 iv '-&* *. boxes fort the occasion and all justed to civilian life how outdoor barbecue with Mw
> t
invitedto IritMJ
were Sunday visitors of Mr. and J. R. Hembree for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Harrell. Mrs Bill Gartett and brother gentlemen are cordially they'd be "different." wholesome beer and
Mrs. J. M. Bradley.Mr. ''Their the Truman' attend and purchase their favorite peMM] (w
visit was occasioned by Miss Lubedla Pinholster and I Dickinson\ ; of Green Cove Well plenty of them have re- If they've
and Mrs. C. O. Partney left celebration on Sunday of the Mrs. W. O. Rimes''were shoppingIn 'Springs spent :Ofe1! weekend here selections. changed at iHih'
'
'I the
and direction
'
turned to our town a finer of
Thursday for Jacksonville proceeding birthday of Mr. Hembree. Gainesville Saturday. with their. (mother Mrs. Dickin Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith oT maturity! t,
.
from there, by plane Friday On separate occasions duringthe steadier bunch you eouldnt ask eranee. ..tolerance for eTentU
to Lubbock. Texas where Mrs E. J. Lewis, Miss Ivamae son.Mrs. Hampton Junction opened their for Most-of them are back at the) except dictator and
last week Mr. and Mrs Lyle] A. H.'"Ketsay returned ""to attractive lunch room to the public those r
Lewis and Malcolm
they are now making their home. Lewis were ante Job .' going .with the. would destroy
Nolan] of Orlando and Mr. and her home here' Saturday after Tuesday Oct. 1. our Jenwo,
on
Miss Betty Ann Flynn] of Starke Mrs. J.'B. Strickland] of Gainesville in Gainesville last Thursday. spending several1 days with relatives Dr. John McNeill talented I lame nice home-town girls (i'etprinciples of live and !etlmil
,
were visitor of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs E. W.. Hodge and in HOb_,$ und.t speaker who has been at the Tabernacle ting married some of them and from where I sit, that' vu&,

Mrs A, C. Davis children were visiting relatives' at _t '::-I' ] In Starke for the past setting up families)' .-. renewing i.aaon to be proud of then.Copyright. .

Mrs. M. D. Young spent Mon Dukes Sunday' S C'S S '. *'a L-e .. S F Ct the same old friendships-
weeks attended the Union
.CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION day with Mr. and Mra. W. E. Fill- Mra. Malcolm] Harrell Mrs ; R three

yaw in Lake Butler. Beulah Harrell and' Mrs. Eva r af a>m Prayer Meeting here on Thursdayast Even their amusements ire the 80e

Spencer Crews accompanied his Clemona were in Gainesville last and gave a very Interesting
address. Edna and Leonard Noe-
relatives Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sellers Wednesday.Mrs. By Mr*. John MeKlan..ye
gel of Starke sang a beautiful 1946. C/nuW State Bmm ruaaa
Lloyd Barry and Miss
] of Heilbronn Springs to La e e. *

Croese' where they .were. Sunday Frances, Barry'wer" In Galnea- ? ; f ? NOTICB: er SLSCT1ON -.i fl..r ,...., ... ....... tfte Lottdeltno .. ..
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs D. vlllle Friday afternoon.' Mrs., Leon Wynn, Mrs. Willard WHXRKASV: ............ *f (MS.nd -....fxR.aee. ;!> w ....... Flodat.. 6n o ftaI... of N7,as... 11IM
a Smith, and Mrs. Katie Mann .. th.-C.:MUMiUo*,..*..!**,....._. oAad.apY51Mg-Yda''S the ...to N am Mra* .thereafter ensct ha.
L. Shaw. children Joyce and in Starke .tat* *f Florida. AM pa S *.!.. Stem* 11544.the General Beetlo*) at November. the Powers, .....011..... .utte) M
Clifton attended were shopping Friday
Mr. and Mr. A. C. Davis and lutlons provoetng amendment MM .... Amendment to Pr*. penaatten of County Tix CollMii
services at Oak Grove afternoon. Constitution i th Stat ** Florida, and vtdo to* the Be-Humbertoaj of ..fjoottonaIt -.... in paragraph 1 of tIIII irk
ttia aim ._ agree* Ny. a vote .< and t* of Artlolo vm .. thai Conatl- and shall llke.ue "..vtd. lor 11II
Church near Macclenny Sunday.' Mr.- and Mrs. John McKinney ? State of .,.... ...
three-firth cX a tile' member* elected blUes W the> a. Adapts -- lusted/. tcDcrttni m
Xmus (Uartte! During the past week Mra attended the Farm Bureau meetIng to neb. aouset that ... ._ es amid at tn* :--uCIecUoe In f.:4"-f. bursement of ctl.tsicei. dl< Joint fteaolutleaa war ...... apes 144. .. to Amend BeetloO) : County Ta .
Albert Yarbrough of Gainesville in Starke Friday night. their respective-Journals, with aw ya ., Article. VTH o( the CoastltuHon *g -
READY FOR DELIVERY and Mrs. Johnnie B. Johns of :Mr. and ''Mrs.'f C. B. Roberts and nays thereon, and they did determine thai State of Florid and to Provide that 4
and direct that tea Mid Joint In the County of HWaboraUKn. tato ofFlorida ROUSt JOINT lIlS0LtrnOllllt
Get Yours Now Kingsley Village were guests of were shopping la Starke Saturday JteaoluUmu b* .._In". to the electors the County Tax Aaseeeor loaUAaeeea A JOINT RESOLUTION: Propose
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Yarbrough.Mrs. .I th* Stat it to* General Beetles: a*. tit Frmiwly: of the County -lor Amendment to Artitli XVI, o(us artltutlon
While Available Nnv.mb. 1544. the purpoeo of Levying Btate. County. of the Slats ol, Tlann
4' Dave Thornton and son, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Starlingwill NOW THxacroRX.' 't"m. 'A. ORAY.crater Schools and Munlolpalltle tn the County Adding Thereto An Addllloiul. hit*
.. el State oTthe Stat of Mori**, Of BUIsborouiB irxoept th. qty of P"fttClt Provide for the Appolntmn tr 11current
4 Beautiful Dewey, were among those attending move this week to Waldo. da barebv .1.! .. folios !'. Florida, which. Shall be Exempt Besolutlon. of Ibo Snm

Assortments the birthday dinner of Mra. We will miss them.. OENERAI cnoarfwill from the Provision of this Amendment.Taxea Rouse of Representative. (K 1 DIB
...__ be held ta Feb Bounty: to 'florid Levied byth* State. county of th. Budget and M Autlurasrau
PHARMACISTPhone Bell Johns in Lake Butler Sunday Mill Selma Rivers returned .
en Tueedsj next succeeding the tint County School Board. Bchool Dlstrleta ]altars to Prescrlbi his .PovmDutle
t $1 Per Dox i last week from Miami. Monday 'I. November A. D._ M4*. fee Special Tax School Dlatrleti and th* *,.QuillflciUoiia *na Ten *
Hid Tuesday being tke Munlclpalltlea of the County Kxcept tb.CIBr a...
64 STARKE Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Brannen of Mr. and ,Mrs: 'John McKinney FIFTH DAY OF KOVTMBM :of: PRLSOLvIFty Florid*.' BX TT RESOLVTD: BT THIIKKTVRE
Mr.. Joe MartinezStarke Lake Butler were supper guestsof and children visited Mr. McKln- for the ratification. rejection of Bio IT BY THX OF THE STATE OF rUHI
aid Join* RMoluttone proposing Amend- TURK: or TEL STATE: Of I.IXIISt.A..I That the following ArasmtoMtMel "

On-the-Minit Service I'7a.' Mr. and Mrs. Dave Thornton ney's sisters Mrs. Jack Wynn au.nt. to the Constitution *g tin ButeI That the following A..nd....... .f XVI of the Con.tltuttmMilof
Monday. Mrs. Lester Kite aft Florida vat Article VIII of tha Constitution of the 1 Florida, by adding Kane S i
and Sunday State of Florid relative to the) Aaete. Shoal section to bs know. s bale
t mat and Collection of .n uuu m th* I be and th. same to hcrsby sfnel.*)
SWATS JOINT KTSOLtmON: NO. 113 County of HUlsborougn. Btate at Florida' shall. b* lubmlttsd to Ihi llrefon.
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing .. by Be-Nuroberlng $.aios.M.r.doptsd Btato *f Florida for nlltlttine election
Amendment to the Constitution ol th. ai the Oeneral. Election of 14 ea a to at the gsncrsl misfit" ...rlsentatlves
Bute ol Florida, to be known-ae Article snske-rt. road Section 11 of Article Vin to be held U ths far
XX. Sections t and S, Thereof. .....till.to of th. Constitution of the Stato of Flor as follows
Y the Consolidation, Abolishing Creating Ida Amending Section 13 of SECTION: M. Thl tMlllltutl rail
o .' .n .tt te wesw. oi Certain County 'Offices and the .Illtrir of th* Constitution of the law provide for a Dlrtctor ol it>*
[J u ) w. AiMirment and Collection 1 of idunlclp.l State of Florida, a* adopted at the General who.naJi. be roomed br s sin
:: or.... by County Tax Official. *..In Or.".. Election In November. 1M4 mea resolution of the Sensu sn4 tee
# County Florida, and Providing for Referendum to make It Mid Section 13 of Article Representatives, and ihill bTln.elstent \ .
Enaction for Acceptance or Rejection vm of th. Constitution\ of th. State 01 with other provlilonisfnilatltutlon.'prescTlbl .
7'p> o. any Law or Law enacted: by Florid, and to awlud the City of Plant hll pores Od.
-1 the Legislature ol the State of Florida City: from aid Amendment: B* and the provide for hll qiiiUflnUiM ml
... r ae Provided to said Proposed AmendBK" same I* hereby greed to and shall be of office, the length of whirl *f
r *.". "submitted .to the Elector: of the Stateof wholly within tits dltrntlm ol I
It '.. M' .. IT MEadLVCD BY THC TJEOISLA. Florid for Ratification or Rejection Nature end shall not 1M llnltrf' y
: '' S TURK Or TH* STATX: OF FLORID .t th. General Election to bo held on des I, Article XVI 01 Its COIIIII
: .
: { : That thth. followlnc anlandmtnt to theCointltutlon Noi.etntida y _dk. .....llrato IIIonIIQ -
: "," Mwte of I'lorida. to be known ai
,"' ", Article XX Section i 1 and .S. ,thereof .. SECTION: 12.5111Pros and after January CotndrrrsesrsrnTuTtRoves
( rTi..ting to coniollilatlon. aboUahins 1. U4S. the bounty Tan7 Auesaor of : JOINT RBSOLUTlONKa
and creating *f ..rt.'" County> etlioae HlUaboroush County shall .anas al A JOINT RESOLUTION FM J
and for aneaiment and ... property***>o.IIT StoWs-County, School Amendment of Section 1555 ofrIItII"Jof
nicipal.taxea by County tax 1t.J.'t, and Uunlctp*) the Constitution ol Sti.I
Orance 'Countv*Floridaaad providingfor HUlaboreua-h. Csbnty'abyMI.nMStt.o51 Id*. Relating to APProortitiM
referendum election. for acceptanceor County County. School hoard School BK: IT RISOLVtB BY THILIURE ..
rejection of any law..r ..w. enaated Dtatrlcta. Special Tax School Dlstrleta and OF THE: STAn 0' PLOf
by the Leililatur* of nortda as provided MMnlclpiUUs,, in to* City of PUnt" That Contid
therein, b* "aubraltted to. the .qualified City. Florida, '= sly ahall be *xmptfrom Man $.Article in of ib. .
electora of the State ed .,..net. fee adoption *< thU} Section.S. th. State of Florid! ,.1.11.f II "Jl
or rejection. s5h. next seneral Tit* tejlaUtut* ...0.11. it tb* Ile atlas .la her.br: s..Hd 10 and !l
election: to b*,,held J inv the \y-\1pN. .latlv a-so.i ln-lM7 and Jrasn time to the ol..on l J-JJ,
toalitSECTION um." enct law specifying th* of florid for ratlflcitlwi ;
t"r: :=;.. dutle and oompen the next General Eljctljn. 10 Ie
Yep AHTICLK: XX. lion of 4he-Count*. 'I'_.' SHOT teslgnated I D. IM"lllSIl: 1. The L.gf.Nnrlld'suhawbd In Paragraph 1'.of. Section II.. and 1 IIdMSeMlon SO. Artlcl. J !
and empowered to provide by law shall likewise provide or' .tow for the i atltuUon of the State of Jamended ''' .SI.
or laws enacted by neat Its molar .** ajitenssen oa tit Assessment Roll of th. and u sill
son held In A. D. 1547.r at any County Tax Aaswsaor of all tax** levied. I follows, _...... a.
regular S clan thereafter, for the eollditlon. ibolUhtnf er ereatln of any Boara. school Dist epeohl T axMunlclpalltlo for the s.lirl si Uproprlatlons
County Offlcea In Orange County. Flor School District and lo- officials and """," .fL d
Ida Provided, thero la -;Judge; : from opted In the County of Bllliboreugh. oxperue of the Stall : :'rut 1
the effecti of this Article of all State of Florida with the exception of oth' mblwt
eourta: and to provide for the ............, tit. City of PUnt City, which I* herebyxempt vision appropriation on no bi sn <1.'d..1. of SI
and collection. municipal tan and front tile provision ,*f tolaAniMidment. ,.. ri"proprlatlonl .... 0"
..... .... bill: all state ,.IL
.m. ov either of them, by County for the county hoot.tIm. "
tax oftl.... In said County.. Any law aoenacted SECTION: 13.. I. From and after January tides. or other poUU' a,
reipectln the coneolldatlon
olcreation 1, 184S tha County Tax Collector tnth of the Btat.. anproprlailGfl' I' '
rt of any County oiliest shall preecrlbe '.- County of Hlllaborouan. Stan of n.,,' Imor".mcnb and tor IIJ
the
powers dutlea and eompena.hod Florid shall collect ..uox_ levied m '" .
.. 1et111.
the officera diilgnated therein anectdtot tthee1145 tu'I..lel.tuVPs
to ...rcl.. and dlichirge the dutlea of the County by the State County: County and fM .
.
School Bard school District SpecialTax panltl
the I offlcea 10 consolidated or created* and
School Districts and Municipalities funds and trust
TIn
1111
any law ao enacted respecting the asseMnent rt en
and collection of HUlsborough County Florid, except ene general i apprep
.,
In the City of Plant City It be.ng, oxemptfrom amendment or .
p :and asseasmenta. or either of them, by Iorif.rlam I"
the provisions of thus Amendment. .hall ke for no
-. : ':musty ng tax, collecting officer* ,ihall accounting provide for for and the I IdUobUl'allI' 3. The Leglalature: shall at th* Legislative All .PPWrUtloniiM"wIIllII pitS..
rrtlontrry "
i-_ a of said taxes and/or etmoivenla -i Session of 1M7 and from time to adoption of this of ..
"
P"1"
law the ?
to toe appropriate municipalauthorities um. thereafter enact specifying th. to July .U 5"
shall .xplr. as "
,. "such county, and taxing for officer compenutlon far services for tlon of GouatynTsi. Cou pier designated i

rendered Incident tll....... That If any la Psragrep I .f Section 13. and shallIlkawls faA
provld for th. ..collection ear*. 5F.NOLrriPt:
Such law respecting the "consolMatloner I01NT
JfOUI!!
.
: creation of any county offices: Is ao- custody reporting and disbursement *fa RESOLUTIDN
tie /lPl4fH < Mdln'
to ** election herein' provided ouch .law shall tutlon ef Florida li. _-
become ellectlve wills -respect to the offices Additional Section, '. ciirl *
affected thrreby on the first Tun.day S lion ol the miter the lint Monday In Januaryo : JOINT RESOLUTION NO. Ill and /u Tacam VSff,
< any yeu Immediately succeeding the A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an Count' Snllrltnr of *
general' election bad subsequent to laid Amendment to Article VIII of the Constitution BB IT RESOLVK"J"JJrrLOIlBlTUR
referendum election at which elector. for of th. Btato of florid Belative Of TH L STATt. Attica '
President of the United Ststes are voted to of Property for Taxes end SECTION 1. P ',., f r.i
for'; and U any. "such law respecting" the lb. o".f"n. of Tax; .. by dTh..o Constitution" of the : :1Jj0l. ot4'
assessment and collection of municipal Additional' Section to Providethat mended be aoj1"/, 5f<","
\I.
Mechanics trained in Ford eresnoplace axes and assesatnenta, or either of them In th. County: of Bay SUM of section to be kfnf; '
by to
ratified county tax officer Is accepted and Florida, the County Tax Assessor shall said AHIole. '' of r'Scrod afor
Tit it the referendum election as Aases the Property of th* County for th. the 3.111. of tits Court f t!>f
r provided herein, the ems shall become Levying Btato County School B..ambl* C."int ".nd" !w .
: :,
HOME effective en the first day of January d""M.c Taxes Levied; by th* Solicitor of said Coujt '
Factory Methods 1;ice Son' "iucedlna referendum .1_ 8"' .. County County School Board "shy a sd "> "*;:t-:/! r

\ SECTIOir I. Before law School District, Special Tax School DimUlna !:. the auras oS'S It ::
.C8R any described and afunielpalltla/ th* County. for .tlfl..t'o"' polnd,
In the rM
Foxd geivit prtcedlng section of this Article BK IT RESOLVED BY eel p.ctlnn I y"de,
foY .h.101 any force and affect It shall THI: LEOISLA- ::1, but I
.' be accepted and ratified by TUR"} OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA T u nv.mher.' ones
a majority a follosa'd; dIO
2. Genuine Ford Parts vote of the qualified I elector of Orange That the following Amendment to Article iJ TI.
:County Florida 1 at a referendum election VIII of the Constitution\ .. the Isra
to ... called and held for the punxwe State of Florida relative M the Assessment aiSS&. fter ..ft 43
determining whether such law anVll and Collection of all taxes la the 6-
be accepted and ratltled or rejecteaToy County of Bay Stall of Florida by adding -
the qua lifted electors of laid Cou..t/ thereto additional section to b* sSfSssJsK .
3. Ford-Approved Service Methods lurh referendum election shall be bed known ms Section. 14 and Section 1 1.. be
within alnety days after the effective and tit same I* hereby agreed to and
Site of any such. law. The Board of shall be submitted. to the Elector of th.,, sftSws-Sa
County ,11"1111"1111-*" Ball. P vid. for lUte of Florida for ratification or rejeo- ,
Your ', the holding of any such referendum .1.1I. .. lion at the.general' ejection to b* hold shoo 1: : "
Ginn
really at home In 1 ; .. '
o rv hop., Our S?. and 11011" Ib_* shall be published on the tint Tuesday Star the first 1g45. fa :!.

4. Special Equipment Designed for .men have the skill 1 and tools to keep lt'safeand bait J>T said four Board"euccnslve once weeka.eh week tor at Monday SECTION tn Nov.14, ....t1From.... I***, a* and touowsi after ,',1Dtr I.f-a the term flnt office of Ipurdy.01 arrt'a".. .. ..'...

dependable. prior! to the" dat, of "iuch .euSion January t.ntiaa Of ,
Their quick I. heals, the County Tax Aneaaor .1I""lnlOd / '
... specialized .Im.reafien :
of 05
service .
Said County.pt utacran In In the County of Bay State of Florida. m"lI00ad 0/1011.
is sure to save you time and mpney. provided th State'eovwthe hall aaaesa all property: far ell .&0_ t.ndaddkh.rreb$.
So. laws of the .
.I.tlne County School wh!
Servicing Ford Cars of tile first sign of trouble to the holding of election shall be levied In the and Municipal taxes to of old effcH. anal ;
drive in for a free holding"TJ-1 County: by thiS State nrst isjs
ro County Nall :
County School School .
ondum suction.l .n/'icn"'law Board '".st
inspection :
and
the District .
r' advice of Ford mechanics. b* accepted and ratified bjr the Mall and Special Tea School. Olatrlcto mat
majority Munlclpalltlea. ma
Senate :
qJ f lctor* participating IBT by" the
referendum any Such <1> Tit Legislature' Comttitutios. t-S'SI,
election; shall at the Legleatlve -
."d b, ., fIIU force1.nTrtSST. b.ym. Session u 147 and born oat. to : .... than until ;
any such bu. I Ume thanaam..act lews specifying' th. *
.
J ? !.' ,!ore 'K'"" \>""1'rtheSln1"shall T'SSrS"aWKl"S ton powers of. County functions T.oa., dutle and.. designated com_ SBsSS' / I:",.001"aa



ANDREWS MOTOR COMPANYStarke la shall L.'.paragraph nalon Ukwia on the 1 provide of assessment thl* by Section law roll for 14.of. and 11 the> :r;In not Jawr1.TuellMmes fats. ;".. rswTtON

r.. the r.aua of any web ..'.... County Tax Aaassior of all axes .... a sin iItby ..,::1'
.elum
.la firm 51 tho S..I. S..t. by ..*. ...... County.: County: co
to day after the holding. Ib.r-wlUUa Roan. School District, Special .1 TaPSa 5.
.
School Dlstrleta and muntdpelltle*. uv-' I IDe

Florida SECTION IS. 111....... sod .ft< nsTDIONY: :
ROUST JOINT RCIOLtrnlorf NQ D January..1' ss**. *. County Tax Colleci. h..u.'O met mIW'tats d.MTaiah
A .rOUM' lUSOLUTlON o Count!' o. Bay. State of Florht'L IN' .tSf
Proposing '
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Amandmat .o Ida .. C"11
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to Artie" VIJI of tnS Con. ollml all taxes levied, la the
altuUoe I .t till State 0' norld. R.I.tlv. b" tit. .tat.. County County: Augut A. g. 1t14t.Il" '
M Awamrt N Prop.rtg' roc 1'.... and ,Taa""eL BVM8<-hool DI......... Special lUAU ; .
& & DiaUun Sod MunlrlpeHllaai j





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Ly OCTOBER 11. 1846
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGIL\pn. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
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sty ed In Court House Indicate priceof f


U., Phillips west half to of Buck southeaster Jones II William$8.000. R. Alvarez, of Duval
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f H? of Township,.quarter ofU County to Hans T. Walker, of : Church : Sunday School Guide a. I

22, Six South. City Starke.of Starke.Lot One Price of Block indicated One, j

by documentary stamps 5500. It.., .r"...

Harvey Starling to John -- .. .
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XPERTERVI'CE Rasmusaen. Five acres of land .
at west aide of T &: J right of All-Day ServicesAt ALL CHURCHES .BRADFORD COUNTY ARE INVITED TO PLACE THEIR Faith Is more than a passive

way in Section 29. Township 7 Long Branch ANNOUNCEMENTS AND NEWS ON THIS, PAGE. .HOWEVER TO INSURE acceptance of the win of God. Itt

South plus property bounded by I INSERTION ON THIS PAGE COPY MUST BE IN OUR OFFICE NOTLATER, also an aggressive cooperationwith
I right of way and Brooker High- A general clean-up of the that will.
'THAN :'TUESDAY MORNING OF EACH WEEK.
way. Documentary stamps indi- cemetery at Long Branch Church er.
cate sale price of (3,500.( near Clay Hill la in progress this

O. W Jordan to B. T. Thomas, week and on Sunday. Oct. 13. -- SPONSORS
S n +
80 acres In Section 9, Township there will be an all-day service Of The Church ,Page
Six South and 90 acres In Sec- with a picnic dinner served on the
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tion 10 Township Slx South. grounds.
Price Indicated by documentary The public is Invited to come Tip Top Super Market
stamps: $3.50O. and bring well-filled baskets and Alvarez Store

Chas. C.Shepherd. I H. C. Brown to Minnie S. I all the who have loved ones burled in "Mctfitr / want Hollywood Camera
are to
cemetery requested
Brown Lots 1 and 3 of Block 22,
I I Starke. Price Indicated by doc ''bring decorative shrubbery and to see the half of & Gift Shop
flowers and add something to, the (I. C. Wall Agency
umentary stamps: $3500.
I 'I''I'I fund that Is being kept for the I Mexico on car vacation
t Gay's Service Station Emma Murphy North Carolina, Carpenter'sCoca.Cola
I upkeep of this cemetery which is *
to William Diehl, j + trip'I
Montgomery, .
one of the oldest In the state. Bottling Co..
I N. Y., 4 acres In section 33, townShip .
S. L. '
I Watson la pastor of the' Leila's
six, south. Price Indicatedby church. '

documentary stamps: $3,500. I The BlacK Creek Associationwill IS V --i Koch Drug Store

t 1 George B. Flynn to Frederick meet at the Maxvllle Mis- V Tyus Dry Goods

O. Roberts Jacksonville.' Block 4 sionary Baptist Church on Oct. ___ Drivers' Furniture Co.
of Government Lot -3, Lakeside 15 and 16 and a picnic dinner Itobblna'
Subdivision Section 22, Township will be enjoyed each day. Rev.. ; .
8 south. Price Indicated by doc Waller will be the pastor in .. '! Hart Furniture Co.

umentary stamps: 4000. charge. V L-___; Florida Dank at Starke

1 DAILY BIBLE PASSAGES Alike Maruca

Matrinez-LaPlant Methodist Church Pr .y r FOR FAMILY WORSHIP

.
The marriage of Miss Geral Bishop Arthur J. Moore and a 1 DAY IOOKI ,CHAHRsw'

din LaPlant, daughter of Mr. and< number of other speakers openedthe I TimotKy 7,4Mes FirstPresbyterian

Mrs. Joseph LaPlant of Rochester Year of Stewardship at Jacksonville ,.. I timothy II..
[EPLACEMENTosts N. Y., and Joseph A, Mar First Church, -Thursday.Oct. w V rasa. Timothy I.Z Church

tinez son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe 3. Subjects: "This Atomic r wed. II TimothyTiHit J.4
Martinez of Starke will be solemnized Age and You. Christian Stewardship Then ,1-3 -

; UP! on Sunday, Oct. 13, immediately la the Urammum of the ": .hC.rtwP{ Ow w h6 PhiUmeaHobrowi I
following the morning Soul, and It is up"1 to' every Indi- sat. I.Z ATTEND
service In the First Methodist vidual to have part In this great
area." SERVICES
Church of Starke.
et us check your Fire All friends of the couple are Invited The pastor the Rev W. J. churches REGULARLY
beFore.it'so to attend.THEODORE Churchwell. will speak Sunday at nir Visit other on your
surance 11 a. m. on the subject "Rekindl- -

ROOSEVELT ing Enthusiasm,. .Stir,up the gift ... II
late I ICharley CORRECTS QUOTATION that is within you." The evenIng entfo Music Ily

The head of a White House service will be an evangelistic ....- cross-country vacation
;. Young People's Choir
delegation addressing President sermon "Repent ye for the

E Johns Roosevelt observed that "the Kingdom la at hand". Congrega. "4rhThis
,
tional singing, and a hearty welcome year "million of families wilt spend You will meet nw friends, see how other
Agency Bible says money la the root of awaits you. their vacation roaming through one or Churches and Sunday Schools conduct their
I all evil." Th% versatile Teddy Interrupted The Young People meet at 6:30.
oe 13 STARKE. FLA. All more states in the old family car. Her. t t. a services. When you return, to your own Lawtey
with a quick exclama- evening services begin
tion, "But the Bible doesn't say promptly at 7:30. Prayer and suggestion. If you are gone two SundayChurch., you will have many new Idea that Baptist Church
.: Praise Service each Wednesday make l H.a point tG visit at least four different your pastor .nd friends wilt welcome. -
....... that my friend! Then he quotedthe 7:30.: Bible Story Hour for the churches. Attend Sunday School the first Sunday School 10 A. M.

ntlnt THE TRAVELERS.Hartford phrase correctly. "The love of children each Tuesday afternoonat Sunday you are out. Then select another And for safety's lala. be sure your cal ft Services 11 A. M., 8 I*. M.

money is the root of all evil. I 3:30.: church for th..v.ningservices. The next in good shape before you start. Drive! under Wednesday 8 p. m.

Sunday*,do the lame thing. 40 miles an hour-that's a ,al. ipt.J. Mid-Week Prayer Service


r A Cordial-Welcome

"7ft* American Church and Sunday School arm the

greatest centers of good In all the world" Extended to AU

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J>PRESBYTERIAN- !: ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL! WATEKOAK 'BAPTIST
WIRE WERE RUBBER STARKERev. Church St. at Jackson Rev. O. B. Cutshaw Pastor -

Frank J. Bryeoa, Supply Service'.every let and sal Sundays -
Church School ?_.____ 10 A. M.
Pastor 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Sunday School ___.9:45 A. K. Morn. Prayer ft Sermon! 11 A. M. Sunday' School every Sunday 10 11:00 At M.
Morning Worship ___:.\_ 11 A.>1Ladlm ,(IIdy4Con.nunloo'I.e' Sunday) a. m.

Auxiliary, tnd C 4th Tile Litany '* Inter ...1ora Rev. Fred DoddSt.

KINGSLEY LAKE MISSIONARY Friday _________ 71 80 P. M. CHURCH OF GOD
BAPTIST CHURCH Holy Day>> 10 A. M., Holy Com Eighth. St. lair Ht..
Rev. W. O. Show, Pastor mualon. Rev. W. A. Smith Pastor T

Fannie Slice*,.Bon. School Supt.! Church open dally' for prayer and ftervlom! Every.Sunday

Louie L. WI Dwrllrht. BTU Dlr. feat.S.rvke. Sunday Hchool ____?. 10' A. M. Mark's
ServMea, Every' Sunday Center' open dally for tea Morning Worship __..___ 11 A. M.
Sunday School ;____ 10 A. M. reation.LAVVTRY. Evening Worship ____ ,ISO P. M. Episcopal Church
...;_.. ,_.'_ A. 1
: Preaching ; > .,: 11 M. Y. P. E."_;.-Tuesday 7:30 P. M. -
II.T.V. r.--.1-; .,. 1";: 6:43 P..M.
BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Meeting _.. ,Thure 7)30 Church School 10 A. M.
P.-chlnc,! 'IC p.m.Pra.er .. P. M.JfKW. -
y ttev: il:1.'Norvis, Pastor
''
Meeting each Wed. 1:30. Morning Prayer and
J. E. Wall. Jr., A. 8. Hupt. r
h } r .ir- Sunday School ________ 10 A. M. RIVER MISSIONARY Sermon 11 A. M.
-G4: $TABERKACLE:, Mernlno Worship ...... 11 A. M. BAPTIST CHURCH -
STARKEMr. Young People's/ Meet ... 7 P: M.Evening Rev.
Truby Parrlnh. I'axtor Church
"In.J.T.Qulgley, SponsorsMorning open dally for prayer
Service _... 8 P. M.
Worship ...... 11 A. M. Regular Service and re-t.' Service! Center open
Prayer Service Wed ___ 8 P. M.
Bible School __:______ S P. M. hat and Srd Sunday 11 a. m. dally for recreation.
Evening; Service __.?. 7:45 I*. M. I Public Cordially lavlteil
Evangelistic. Brotherhood PINE LEVEL BAPTIST

Monday ._______ 7:30 P. M. Rev. W. K.!: Hall, Pastor '
Bible Study Tues. 7:45 I1. M. Sunday School ________ 10 A. M. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Children' Bible Hour Morning Worship .._... II A. M.
Wednesday ______.?_ 3 P. M.Ladle .' Song Service -___._ 7 P. M. Starke Florida
Prayer Meeting Evening Worship ___ A P. M., The Friendly Church Rev. W. J. ChurC'hw..l1. faster

Thursday ___..__..... S I' M. Teachers Minting Bible Study
UtangdUtlo S.'rvlC'eFrida Monday _._ 8. P. M.

-._______ 7il3 I' M. MM-UM-k Prayer MretlnKWedniwlay STEWARDSHIP CRUSADELet
It would be easy !to stretch it'!' But we all know Inspirational Youth Meet ,_.____._ 8 p. M.
miracles, there every layman rally to the great' rauiwi of HTEWARUSHII.
V ih-t even in this age of electronic Saturday., 7:43: P. M.C .
before there can be electric service .>nwn itlo>iVtvry: first SnnoayfHparutBf. FIRST METIIOIJIST, STARKE He am talking to yon Acquire Global-Mlndadness -_ A new
,. oj ,,3." MUST be wire Walnut & Jefferson. St*. sttltude In ..11..1.. .-.... lien the Snilnuttalk* by Laynwn.
Y in your home. ,Krv. W. t. Churchwell Pastor
pounds of BROOK ER:ViBAITIST f CHfKCH Church School _____ 10 A. Oct. 13 11
pounds of the 4t; >89.570 ? M.I Sunday, at A. M. & 7:30 P. M.
2,378,970 Rev. O. A. Crosby Pastor
Florida Power & Morning Worship ...____ 11 A. M.
essential copper wire ordered by Sunday School --.___ 10 A. M. Youth Frllowiihlp ______ 7 P. M.
undelivered. Just, lOOn a. _____ 11 A. M.
: 'A, Light Company are still Morning Wornhlp Evening Wonhlp __ 7SO' P. M.
t additional supplies of copper wie' and R.T.U. ,_- 7:15: P. M. I Pravrr Prai-e HrvlcWednmday

we can get materials the more than 2000 mem- Preaching ___________ S P. M. I -. 7:30' P. M.Woman' I GOSPEL TABERNACLESEE
'i' critical ,
other Prayer Meeting each Wed. S P. M. Society'
.
will make good their pl dg
., bers of our organ.tation .lot TiMwday _.____ ':.0 P. M.HKILBRONN .
'r the benefits of cheap electric service ROATDRAIX BAPTIST CHURCH
to bring you (S I.' mJJt.eutheat of Staike) BAPTIST THE FAMOUS PAINTING
..
J ': "' at the ...Iie.t possible momentHORIDI Rev. C..(.'Harrla. Pastor Rev. O. K. CuUhaw, Pastor
iI"i v. t"'T.90 r:t.; ..w.,, > ,Service. every Sunday aw fd- Servlcee! every tad and 4th Sunday "The Feast of Belshazzar" f
"
..;.OJ.; ,"01. g'' lowtSunday __ II ...... and 8ll5 pjn.Buiutay .
.. rrs ,," School' 10 A. M. ON DISPLAY'AT
School every Sunday' __ TilE TABERNACLE ;
". ;;' ; : Morning Worship ____ U A. M. 10 a. ....| B.T.U. 7:00 p. m.
POU( = 68T UJlPitY B.T.U. __________ 7 P. M. NO ADMISSION CHARGE
Evening Wonhlp ____ 8 P. M. DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH .

'. flllt EV? Prayer Setvlee each Tuesday 8 Brook-r, Fla.
".-"' P. M. u, R-v. C. A. Crosby Pastor ,
V' Cottage Prayer' Stewing each Sunday Sch'ul _________ S P. M.
-'t. .'i' Ttionday'l P. M.WOODLWN Pr-acM-r .-_____ 4 P. M.
.", ; :: FACTS : Prajrrr Meeting each Thursday PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH
;air s B E B E 'A BET MISSIONARYntPTIHT BM P. M.
ItfCfll/fO NOT ItfCfMD CHURCH
v .' MAtteA( .OltDfUO''bo. 2.210.000,... 2.21'.910 Ibo. (S miles went of Eawt-y) rm'4T CHRISTIAN CHfRCII: Kev. W. E. Hall I'a.octor
Cop"" IWr. .61910 22.110 16.310 RTV. T. C. William,, Pa-tor Christina it Can Street
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I 10E EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGKAPH. STARKE., FLORIDA n.rD.\\. ., I

.. -. abandoned roads or old fields and Meche .Wllllamii, whose address-I la claIm

'Beautifies CemeteryRobert 'Grunters' Best-Time find their beds by looking for Arthur% Mache, Louisiana., Route 1,.Box lot Lake 'claim duly wli, w rs 4y
Worm Agree the dirt. The This the it.
where they work up You are required to appear on ,
WC. IT. U. B. Lee, aged resident of best time is early in the morning November named Court 11, and 1946 cause In ,the wherein above 10.11 4 Iii ''III jlDONUTS.

the Sand Hill Lake section, announces AfternoonHere's after a shower. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
Is Early Morning or Late Jas. Hornsby, County Telegraph shall publish
that he Is collecting this Order In next four weekly issued .
TilE VOICE OF AUTHORITYSir Starke, Fla. .
and flowers to be r
herbs, plants,
Frederic OowlanJ Hopkins Information that going after worms by daybreak, Witness my hand and official Beat PIES
the g
used to beautify the Lakeside and M.ANAGEKS AND CLERKS at Stark Florida, this 9th day of C
.* O. M., when work In the all ardent fishermen have been before the sun gets up good, or GENERAL KLKCTIOMAt the 7th day October 1916.AsFClerk None
Primitive Baptist Church ceme- a meeting held on are Ift
SEAL J.
discovery of vitamin permit teries. Donations will be grate- waiting for with bated breath else wait until about 6 o'clock In of October Commissioners A. D. 1848 the of Bradford Board of of said Court. Thomas

hint to speak with authority, of opinion among the afternoon. County" appointed the following John J. Henderson, KHU., St. thall
fully received. His address is the consensus County, Florida. for tine, Fla.
says: "The claim that beer ban Bradford County experts on a Mrs. Francis RUBS, leneral Clerks Election and Inspector to be held on Atty. for Plf. 10.11 AUCU.1
Route 1, Box 136, Starke. the ( -
any nourtohlnff value when not subject that U near and dear "., 1 j.f Brooker, Fla. the 5tl day of November A. D. NOT'' V16 4

wholly Insincere, Is rldleulC u". 1946 ........,. AW WHOM IT Lappemale
MM. T. F. Landrum was calledto to the heart of every one -" -V 5? Pr..lnrt No. 1 TO : rtrf'JNfW'f: :
I
-The National Prohibitionist.IIMMHIMIIIirrlUIKttlllRlllllmilHIIII Ohio this week by the Dear drt r w J. W. Roberts. Clerk. Fono ClrlfriH. You are hereby
Akron worm "grunting". L. H. hilt) and' J, 8. Austin, any and all claims. against the
Illness of her sister.nunimmn.mimnnmnmannsmisnnmmmmonuwmm. I noticed you are having, ) fish I Inspectors.Prrrlnrt. I.thcf; J. F. Colley. deceased,
Some time ago the Telegraph No. a North S -Llmm.,.,,.,......,.. ,.........,..,..,....,..., ...,f,.IMIrntHltMMIIIIHlMMMHIII.,..,..... ........,,...,...........,.".IMIIII....,.,Ml....Ul.,.If,.I., ,. '' ,,,,, ''"'ri.oinnnamnoma' '''''''''' ''''' conducted a contest for the best .worm grunting contest and wantto I F. M. Norman Clerk; U. L. ttapp, Eight calendar month from the I
to number of questions know how long the grunting I K. B. Alvares, Raymond Crosby, I first publication of thin notice, said
a
reply
and A. H. Moore, Inspectors. i
:MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT TilE
concerning worm grunting. The offish worms has been going on. FrrrlBrt fin. It Month Starke'PuM I
and I saw Mr. Hall grunt worms L. Brl<\scen. Clerk: Russell S.
was BO gratifying L.,8. .
response
T. N. Kendrick, and Eugene
McKae $ It3
BLUE TAVERNShort the ''information so enlighteningthat 30 years,ago. He learned It by OoodKe' ,. Inspector.
we have been waiting for a sawing wood with a cross cut aaw. frrrlnrt We. Graham
SPRAY PAINTING
Clerk John Me- "AT
Frank Abernnthy : YOUR
j week when we could find apace The Jar oft the saw would bring Kinney T. L. Casey and Berry Dyal AUTOS IImlE"
Orders Plate Lunches Sandwiches in the paper to reproduce them them up., :You find the moat Inspectors. REFRIGERATORS

all. worms In flat ,woods where pine Carlton" Prrrlnrt Chnxtaln.No. B Clerk- Hampton; D. P. Har DRAKE S1GNS-333GI

Beer and Soft Drinks On' .some questions there seemed timber, 'gnsjws. Drive down a doe, George Williams. and Archie.

small alobo.then take your axe Ellnnd. Inspectors.Precinct ..... I
to be a great difference of opin- No. O T..r. '
YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED ion, but practically all experts flat and scrub on top of your W. H. Hell Clerk; D. J. Phillips. '
won'tcome tob. You""can use. a cross cut A. L. Sullivan and Kenny Thomas,
that
were agreed worms Inspectors.Prrrlnrt.
Operated by W. C. (Dub) Rhoden to the surface during the saw sawing' wood;, and they will No. T New ItlvrrM. GET RID OF YOUR COLD
that.. F. W Iggins' Clerk: Chester An- TrySTOCC
f
come or
middle of the day., when the _up. Brews, T. H. Sheppard and Chester
.
.
aNYMIHIIMIUAIIINtlI111nIE/nallnlllAIWIIW11UInAIM41111ntIN1, .''''''' '''' '' '' ,'' '' 10naII1111UW111"I'''''' .'' 'In11WIIIpIlYI111WIpII1NIIIIWIIgIIWMIlYI1INIIWIIIWIIINIIInn'' '''' ''' ,'' '' ''' '' '''' '''' 'IIINIIINI'''' IlY114mmIIIIINIC''' '' 'them come in ..
ground la hot To be a success havy;Assn up Moody Inspector
ful "grunter" you have to go 'cold'' 'f4eh ;"but'at that time V..Prevlnrt Edwards No., Sr..8 Clerk- BrnnkrrI. ; Ham Mott )
after them early in the morningor we md'\V.ri'l1 iot valuable. 'No one Lloyd Fadgrett, and E. T. Stewart
late in the afternoon.The cared much/for( them, but now Inspectors.M.
O Harre.II Chairman A liquid for head and chest
Clothingand prize-winning letter in the the demand.].for them Is great. Roar of County Commissioner. colds
Attftfttr A. J. Thomas, Clerk.
:
contest was written by Dave T. Jt Perry, It
(OPFJCIAL SEAL) Gives quick. relief Acts
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Crawford, and we take pleasurein Box SO.Hampton, as a LaJtati(

Shoes I. presenting his and other replies I II .. Fla., in COUNTY CIRCUIT, FLORIDA COITKT BRADFORD I'M CHAN. and stops headache and aching polio.
below: CKIIV.Leonardo.
r I To thq.'Telegraph grunting con- Baslle Plaintiff VII. .Sel.- in body
I Starke; Fla. "l&\ eta Olovannlna Baslle, befendant.Case .
teat *
: .. No 119.. ,
FOR Sir I saw your letter In' the Well Qda't" know how long the ORDER OF. PUBLICATION 35c a Bottle
bout werm grunting has been AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
1 ., papper a grunting1'"of fish worms STATE OF FLORIDA to: SolaclaOlovannlna
Werm grunting la one thing every going, i on, ;but- It has) been ever Baslle. whose residenceand
man don't know a bout. I have since I can.remember and I am address Is unknown.You '
The Entire are required to appear on FOR THAT CHEST COLD
FamilyEvery 'I
Try
been In'Bradford County aenta over 1925 and I have fished for a bout fish worms when he was a boy, named Court and Cause. wherein

13.years of that time and I learn and he is 80 years old. iI f County plaintiff Telegraph seek divorce.shall publish Bradford this CRE0SANT EXPECTORANT

uncle Sam ,, In next four weekly Issuea.Wltnes .
ed werm grunting from find worms easier in old fields Order

day is bargain .day Nlckles- He learned me aom that havel'no\,been tended in'several at IKtarke my, hand Florida. and.this officialseal October -

thing a bout werm grunting thatI years or in the woods where 10, 1916.OFFICIAL Gives, quick relief for bronchial cough
no to be the trough. When the the grlislt .fa,not ,too"'"thick I ( Clerk SEAL said)Court A.I.: Thomas.
> Aa pt and throat irritations
atthe * wen ID front the west the.werms look"f or tMUrv beds,, whIch' a r emarkej T. Frank Landrum,. Starke, Fla.
come up good and .when you see ,I llttJemArds"ofdirt / : Attj. .forl'lf.. r.-- 10.114'. ,' 11. -tIN

the't>irrts feeding on the groundand >workeyirp" by the Worms. CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD SOc a Bottle
.
the rod heads flying: from Drive'*any",.*hard wood.;) like apiece COUNTY FLOIUUAl IN CHAN-.
tree to tree 'oucan grunt them handle Into CKHY.Gertrude.
of old,iroken axe F. Penn Plaintiff va.
STAR StorePLEASE. up better. Just' get si old ax or the grouWwlth. ',the axe, leaving John C. Penn Defendant. Case No.

tire Iron and

bout 2 feet loner and a old lard I i ground,:' a.Dei' rub on it with the riET (' TO APPEAR ;
STATE] OF FLORIDA to: John C.
bucket and ; get down by the axe., .
Penn whose residence-and addressIs
swamp where It Is wet and boy The bes time for grunting 163 11 Hillside Avenue, Jamaica. 39c
.go to rubln; and get busy jl.nelgrunt worms Is early in the morning., L. I., New York.
You required to
long and loud and the old ": AMrs. L. W. Green, November are 11, 194A, In appear the above on

boys will cofte out .of,. they hid- '..Bt. 2, Box 18, named Court and cause, wherein
? seeks divorce. Bradford
ing place. '. v JStarke, Flag, g a'T.. shall publish this
When it rains to long or when Order In next four weekly Isauea.Witness .

PLACE YOUR ORDERS it is dry to long werms Is hardto To my knowledge the I grunting seal. at .Starke my bend Florida and, this official October r Koch Drug Sto

get. They wont come up In of,fish worms has been going oat 9. 1946.AsFCllerk SEAL. ) A.I.: Thomas .
hot sun shine or .in the,middle of least CO years. I discovered It of said Court, -
FOR the day. I on _day while cutting wtod witha T. Frank LHP drum, Starke, Fla. a
So you have ItOOn In the cross, cutaaw.: A log bottom Atty. for Plf. 10-11 4t 11.1IN

i morning or late .In the evening side burled jn the dirt, a loose C.aCt..T COURT BRADFORD
KEROSENEAND COr lTY. FLORIDA. IN CHAN.
I, Is a good time to grunt werms. splinter on y e Bottom as the saw CKHY.
So that is the trough a bout teeth run across It, a Bound like Allan Williams, Plaintiff va. Odes

.. werm grunting. I Rip Rip, and:the worms began to No.Meche 011S.Williams, Defendant Case

Dave Crawford, crawl out. ORDER OF PUBLICATION White Enamel Kitchenwar
I AND NOTICE] TO
Stark, Fla. I get most of my worms in old APPEAR
FUEL OIL i STATE OF FLORIDA to: OdessEASY

,
Dear Sir: e OF ALL KINDS

Worm granting has been going .-
: yr a r
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I
R L Y on for the past 160 years. When

f ", : I was a small boy, there was an TO APPLY ht Pressure Cookersand
AVOID I old colored woman that worked _
THE.LASTlJIllflE RUSH
I for us. In the afternoon she 11 and
I would take me out and teach me
PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE
to grunt worms. She told me that AluminumCooking
ra
her mother taught her to grunt 1

worms. Her parents were quite
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS old, so I figured they had been UtensilsMetaKWastebaskets
grunting worms for about 160

years. '
You can usually find the moat

worms In high ground and where

K..G.'DUNCAN.AgentSTANDARD the dirt Is black.. They seem to __ \ CAKE SETS
find more to eat In black" dirt,' t'

and you can tell where they are CANNISTERSETSBREAD
OIL COMPANYPhone by the little hills of dirt they THE'AMAZING. NEW "CEUOPHANE-UKE1;

throw to the top as they dig BOXESj311'
85 Starke Fla. I their holes in the ground.I FINISH FOR ALMOST ANY SURFACE!

use a wood stake, about a ._ White With Peach Desi?
foot long which I drive Into the llIp All

ground Then I have an Iron I bar,
which I rub across the top] of the

atake. The iron bar vibrates the h. easy te Mghfe ep. yew ..... with. Butter Chun
take better than a wood one does, ....II-ICI fee._......,llaeleem er weed. ModernJiffy"41Iand

1'e.. 1r so the worms come up faster. ....... weeewerk ..... well. Ch.ke ef

f The best time to go after wormsIs j ....., Se ...1.-.... flnl... PI..II-.... Red

early In the morning becausethe V.- .... le .meets., shmiele ."...c.. Brick Siding -- Buff and
ground la .cooler and the
Mt \ worms are nearer the top. The :- '
: : ALSO
LJlit cr LIMITED SUPPLY -
UiUJ
y hotter the ground the deeper the -.;: ,U

1 worms go. Donald Bagwe'lt, r' '....fI.IC_ 1I1"! ,..,,'tinfece beautiful.ete .. 90-Lb. Black, Red and Green RoofiALSO

r : It Hve flnUh ... ,...
Starlte-- Fla. /r | < It easy le keep ...
I t .. ,,....-.-.........Neenreevlre...w....... 65, 45, 55 Lb.

I first heard of worm grunting
in 1935. eel weather f. e

of The beat place 'to find them is .

fine where there U. some grass or 1 ________________ Syrup CMS Just ArrivedQUARTS
in where
f 4f straw and some places s -
dry. cleaning the woods has been burned. The i OMrwrwt.hnsde.whesiy GALLON

best way to keep with their beds -eeiMy, aetekly. A P1e>IHeHL95 HALF ,GALLONS and
skill Is notice when they 'start coming Ilskk..da es

--- up which side of your stake most s wart,.
of them come from. Whichever

direction looks best, drive your

stake down there and moat likely "" $2 FARMER'SSUPPLY
w After a thorough careful dry elt'lU1lDC' you will get a quart or more. QUART

tnnttmtint' here your clothes are returned Some folks use pieces of.iron -.

e to you fresh! and ''.weet-r'evltalized-aad and a stake, but I have always
found that the ax Is the beat for6rufttln& .
perfectly pressed to banC sleek and smooth. n
You will have better
dressed
Smartly wwnvn depend on our
luck if get to where are
you you
skill to protect their fluent fabrics. Our

la a special technique, ao lafp-.i> ure. -

Its a real wardrob -aaver. IV "":WOR'"W HOME SUPPLIES AUTO SUPPLIES
In memory of our dear husband. i.- -
and father Htarltng F. McCoy who
departed thla life one year airo 'IJ FARM SUPPLIESFarm -
Sept. JO, 14S. Not/ cone from our "
PHONE 135 m.mory, not gone. from our love MIKE MARUCA, OWNER
but gone to dwell with Jesus In '
RUST the great home abo".. Thing of.
315 beauty, do not tarry long' on this ta
old earth of sorrow and .
wrong.Your OTJIEl111
GREEN
life wae a life of service and COME' IN AND SEE MANY
Tempi prayer. Spreading hope and joy Home & Auto
Owner iverywhere.m cannot forget )'011. Supply ft
Are. tiled.here Is a vacancy- that cannot be TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION'

-Mrs. Elisabeth .."Co,.. wife: (GUY ANDRWES)
lire. Vaster Williams, daughter" ;
Ur. Ralph Williams son-ln-Uwn I.UV1\ Call St. Stark ADVERTISE}lENT.
hrlatlne Ralpn. Jr. Ruth WIN ; Fia.r" .
lama, grandchildren. ,
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