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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 18, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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IE IXTY-EiGHT! STARKE. FLORID A.rKtDAV. OCTOBER 18 194 t NUMBER FIFTY-TWO

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and Brisk Labor Survey liD' Magazine Rotarians Hear ReviewA Listings t Wanted On AD Vacancies, r

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Why
Stop

[es Good Of Vital Need I'' r of the review"Rotarlan"of the, official October Rotary issue(Including Rooms, At C. of C. Office I

Our little city of Starke has made a wonderful ..tar&-even publication was presented at the

Jut Auction To Community If It did take a national hero and thousand of out-of-town luncheon meeting of the club The deactivation of Camp Blan-

vfoltors to make t'us' wake up and realize. whlkV we could do. Wednesday by Guy Andrews, Senator Ed Fraser ding seems to have done very lit.,

of pecans In 110 doing we-M.it> much more that needed to be done-A chairman of the Magazine Com- Democratic NomineeFor tie to relieve the housing shortage
pound A ,
20,000 need for greater cooperation mittee. Ha was assisted In the
tfered by Bradford farmers I in the Labor Survey being con. Complete General Clean- Up! presentation by T. H. Osborne ComptrollerState [tn Starke. According to local

{season's first auction, held ducted by the Chamber of Com \Ve made the start purely from point'of beautification, who reviewed an article on the real estate agents there is a constant

jv at the Farmer's Market. merce was indicated this week by but underneath we accomplished PuttlEe:;''IIMlth. Cleanliness. significance of the Nuernberg Senator Edwin O. Fraser demand for houses and

Sty Agent L. T. Dyer re- Secretary Lucian Conner. All I I... next; to godliness. Cleanliness. ,and beauty- are jraonymoi'i. trials from Bradford's neighboring apartments, and people desiring to

[ the demand aa good, with able-bodied persons Interested In I it In hard to hate one _without the others Filth given birth to The program was in charge of county, Baker won nomination become permanent residents of

I out-Of-etate buyers pres- possible Industrial employment In disease and blesses III never beautifuL
rlces per lead- Bradford were urged to fill out A great percentage of our lots and premie t I have had their Club Service Committee, who an- Executive Committee for the un- Starke are turned away every

Irleties were as follows. the distributed'blanks at once'so faces lifted within the past few weeks, b tIt- ra. woly a start. nounced that the club's attendance expired term of State Comptroller I week because there are no accommodations -

rca 2711, lbs. 40 1-4, c; that they may be returned to Vacant lots and premises should be regularly tit and. cleanedto average' for the first three J. M. Lee, d e c e ased. Frasor' here 'for) them.It .

187 Ibs., 36c; Vandeman, the C of C office and Incorporat. remove harboring place for dliicaNe-carryitfgtfiuMMita. and months of the Rotary year, starting name will appear on the Nov.m-I Is desired to Impress upon the

:,, 3bc; Curtis,I 3134 Iba., ed In a comprehensive report for rodents. ** .* In July.'is 83.35. The Starke ber ft General EUotlon publlo the vital importance of listing .

; Money Maker. ,5151,'Iba., prospective manufacturers.The Club recently entered into an attendance Receiving '72 of the 12S votes vacancies with the Chamberof

|c; Randall, 1226 Iba., 34 information la also re- Lots. overgrown with weeds, plied hl.-' -old decaying contest with the Lake cut on the second ballot ,at the Commerce a* soon as rental

leedllngs, 1896 Ibs., 31 l-2c; quijtt>I for an adveJslng and lumber, cluttered with trash, rubbish and 'W. -holcll..* tin City Club, with the losing side to meeting in Jacksonville Tuesday, properties become available. It Is

1164 Ibs., 31c. publicity campaign in state and cans afford Ideal<< breeding and hiding place fort, then carriers entertain the 'winner at the end Fraser defeated Clarence M. ,Gay believed that there are some vacancies

If. Lewis market manager, nationally-distributed newspapersand of disease. Rats act aa host to the Typhus carrying flea,* and of a three-month period. of Orlando whose tally was 40. in the community that

charge of the sale. Pecang magazines. In recent months, find wonderful harborage In nnkrpt. pmalsca. "Anophalew An- Gay was the choice of Governor because of the carelessness of

was supervised by E. L.fcrd the county has been advertised in nie", the Malaria mosquito; welcome such wonderful. places Millard F. Caldwell who had appointed owners, have 'not been listed. If
and, the county agent the Manufacturer's Record, the Guard Company him to serve aa Comptroller such is the case, they should be
M water-filled cans and unclean ditches to lay her egg*.. She's ,
d with grading and records New York Times, the Philadelphia until January 1. CreditforFraser's"Victory" reported at once by telephoning
grateful too.for the weeds and dark to tilde induring
reported that many grows Record, the Washington Post, the place is generally ,attributed 190 or calling at the O of C office.
i the daylight hours where she can rest ,until *h* goes on the
Florida Assured HereFirst to antl-admlnUtratlo
been selling pecans at a Times-Union, the' Miami Want Rooms Also
ower than they could have Herald and other leading journ. prowl and pays. you a visit just about dunk: She;la so grateful forces ,who have opposed the Oov- Lucian Conner Cof. C. secretary
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auction. The sale als. that she leave with' ,.,,' the Malaria ......INs In exchangefor ernor's financial 'program' for the ;
_d at the ye.teday'that
stated the
in the
enlistments ,
Ely establishes the correct Conner said that when the survey a little blood that you'll never miss--Bu. you will miss the new state.
Starke National Guard unit are
Is completed, any manufac- good<< health, the loss of time and\.the money''thai Malaria,will of a sufficient number to Indicate K. O. Duncan, State Democratic Gainesville Chamber of Commerce -
I continue cost Executive Committeeman, and desire information concerning
pecan auction win turer considering a location in you If. "k for an early Federal
prospects :
[uesday until the ,crop is Bradford will be Informed Immediately Why stop now? Let us carry on a continuous,rlran-trp program :,' recognition; of the outfit. Major Mrs. Lex Green, State Democratic Due to rooms the ,overflow for rent'crowd in Starke.ex-

I Farmers are asked to re- of the quantity and mako our city beautiful and evict: \these: carrier of Richard O. Kldd, Jr., announced Executive Committeewoman, at- to the lf.rof-F.-llomeoom
lo that tended the meeting and were pected
the market early so type of labor available.The disease this week.

Ing can be completed beforert ,secretary stressed the point .,.:J1'j1 The local Guard has until No- numbered among the strong Fraser ing this Is needed weekend at once this Information and Mr.-

of the sale at 2:30. p. m. that the survey will not in any,, vember 9th to obtain the -: supporters.Others .
personnel Conner ask all homeowners to
way effect one's current employ : attending the1' V meetlti.
fur activation. Should
Attend ment. When a factory is established : Tornadoes Take M4ts'13-6 required from here were State Senator and notify him immediately of any
(Teachers ; the number fall short of the established room vacancies. He is at present
Mrs E, Johns R.
Charley A
here, anyone who has filled quota 'Major Kldd said, the ,
ounty Meeting out a labor survey form may continue I Green, Rep. N. D. Wainwright, revising hi. listings for the win
unit will be to another
Meet Bolles In Game'. assigned Jr. and Mr and Mrs Paul ter season, and wishes to have
[SO Building, present employment if they HereLothghtAfter r town. However he la conflnden Canova., K complete Information,cbltcernln&
wish. It Is believed, however, eVisitors
that requirements will be met. i
5 vacancies of all types.
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than ISO: teachers, repre- that those 'Working in Green Cove the fashion of David'swell a succession
the faculties of threes Springs and other neighboringtowns known encounter with Goliath local team one yard from the are necessary.The I From HawaiiAt

Bradford, Clay, and would prefer employmentIn the BUS Tornadoes saw and goal. Mooney scored on a line proposed unit, which would I Winkler Home Fatally InjuredIn
or near Starke when the new
USOg
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gathered conquered the Ketterllnua High buck, Godwin converting.The be activated as Headquarters I

here Thursday, ,Oct. 10 jobs are available. Mullets of St. Augustine Friday play featured the defensive Company, Second Battalion 124th Mr. and Mrs Edward Hail,

practical suggestions: from Recent industrial prospects for 13 to 6. It was the Ancient City work of Montelth, who Intercepted Infantry, would be under the their young son Robert. Shirley, a Rail Accident
| speakers on the subject of the county have Included garment eleven's first loss in four starts, three passes.. Harley gained 116 regimental command of Col.! Max- step-daughter, and Mrs Ethel:

e i arts and visual aids Intel canning and cigar manufac- ,and Starke's third successive win. yards to lead the Tornado backs well C. Snyder, ef Jacksonville Martin' his slater-ln-law were

school program. turers. Coach Gelger's heavy forward Starke had a clear edgv in, the The regiment, consisting of' three guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Robert' ,M. Crawford Jr., 29
jigements for 'the, meeting Distribution of the forms are wall figured strongly in the battle statistics wltK ,toe first downs battalions and seventeen com O. A. Winkler.Mr died Sunday, Oct. 'IS, as the result .
made by tha"school superior being made by C of C-appolnted & panles, will represent approximately of Injuries received. In an accident
staving off the opponents'power to five for. the (ullets.; and completion Hall, a brother of Mr.
the three counties: Mrs. committeemen, and the public '' IS towns in an area from In the Jacksonville rallroad'yardsearly -
I playa and frequently dropping of sight,cut of 13 passes Winkler, has been In the whole.
lOsbonte, Bradford; .Mid .*.' schools. .Blanks may.also, be obtained the opposing linesmen where as compared Vt
Geiger Union; and from'and returned to the they stood. The Mullet. were) heldin for their opponent* south to Leesburg. The units win Hawaii for the past 12 years, HI According to Information received -

Elizabeth Warren Clay. Chamber of Commerce office on check for the last three per- ,Despite' their excellent recort' form a part_of the 48th division. visit here ha been the first to here, Crawford.; a switchman,

:hers were divided Into three I the courthouse lawn. lode, while Starke scored twice. to date, the Tornadoes will be The 124th's colors will be received Starke In 14 years. He wUl leave lost his hold while hanging on the

i primary Intermediate, Data required by the survey The local backfield, wellcoachedby somewhat less than overconfidentin by headquarters officers In I Friday, driving a recently-pur side of a moving freight car;' and

Igh school-to hear' dlscus-'' Includes information as to skills Shad Bryant, contributed hard the tilt scheduled for tonight 'special Armistice day ceremoniesat chased '46 coupe to San Francis Fell beneath a train on another

by' such leaders Irs, the field and Interests present employmentand blocking and sharp tackling.St. (Friday) with Holies school. The Orlando. I co. The automobile will be ship track. Death was Instantaneous.A .

is Lillian Russell and John' occupation, and state of Augustine was the first to Jacksonville grldders walloped the Major Kldd announced that the ped to Hawaii, while Mr.,Hall and native of Lawtey, Crawford

, representing the Row Pet- health. The blanks are being crack the scoring column when, in local team last year, 33 to 0, but local company's officers tentatively family will fly home on a Pan. served In World War IL and had
Publishing Co.'of. Evanston, given to men and women, white the first quarter, the Mullets cap recollection of that score may are: lat lieutenant John R. American Constellation previously been an employee of the

ho gave demonstrations in, and colored, throughout the coun- tured the ball on a fumble on the provide added Incentive in the nature Roane, executive and ,communications Mr. Hall states Seaboard Air Line Railroad for
IB of language-arts mater- ty. There are "no strings" or Starke 30-yard line. After driving of revenge. The game will officer; lat lieutenant Hugh in Hawaii that public sentiment -. two year, lie received his army

committments attached to filling down field on a series of playsto be played on the. local field, anda Ingram, transportation officer the Islands' strongly favors the I discharge several months ago, and

arum on high school prob- out the forms. Conner said. The their 13-yard marker, Tommy large crowd'is expected to witness and commander of the transportation 49th state A acceptance recent' as three week. .al'o moved his famIly -
wants on- newspaper
vis conducted by represenof Chamber of Commerce Beach reached the goal $n a re- the performance of a team section; second lieutenant poll favored the change six to to Jacksonville where they had
the State Department ly Information as to labor that verse. Sellers' kick for point was, whose aggressiveness and all- T. H. Osborne, commander of the while bought a home at S227 Deason
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available for one, an official ballot In
icatlon and the General Ex- will probably be wide. The game daring the remainder around ability'In'the face of odds pioneer platoon 1944 endorsed Ave.''
statehood two
i Division and talks were I new Industries, in event of their of the half was played' Is exceeding pre-eeaaen. expecta- First enlisted men to joint the one to Beside his widow he Is .survived

by specialists In remedial i location in Bradford. on virtually even terms. tions. unit, who were members of the The by two children, Esther Jeaaette
D. Hall
g for the intermediate and Conner stated that Edward Starke's unsuspected margin of Coach Oetgee.t'will probably 124th before the war, were Clifford family witnessed the and R. M. Crawford Ill; his par
ry grades. Among the out-I Hobbs,Industrial engineer of the superiority became increasingly: start Knight' orrJUvers and -Edwards iHasen and A. L. Crosby Pearl Harbor aerial attack In 1941 ants Mr. and Mrs R. M. Crawfordof

n( speakers were Dr. H. L.I Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce evident in the third period, whena I'' -at/endf.Uodwln'ami .Carter It Is stated- that the from Diamond ,Head. They escap Lawtey; two sisters, Mrs. Roy
company'sinitial eJ The
i, reading clinician and' has pledged to cooperatewith 'drive from kickoff to the 15- or Crews at tackle; Manning Injury. mllltary'l'overftment Patrick., Jacksonville, and Mrs.

''legist of the Florida State the county In Its invitationto yard line, climaxed by. pass,, and Miles at-'guard;' 'Montelth, .training: program and familiarization will Include basic with maintained In the islands Martha Green, Lawtey; three
the
us' College, and Mrs. Mar- manufacturers.Most from Mooney to Hazen, was good I center; Ilaienrtruarter Mooneyand the duties of the unit with during war to', proved entirely 'brothers, C. E., Stanley, and A.
Boutelle, director of Eng- of the forms distributedIn for a touchdown. Godwin's try' Douglas at half, and Harley, par- satisfactory the majority of J. Crawford, all of "Lawtey.".
ticular ttress on radio and wlr.communlcatron. .
and Gras the residents, Mr. 'Hall
Brooker reported
K. Tonge School, Galnes- New River, for point was blocked. I' fullback. Funeral services were held In
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ham have been turned In, the With the game tied at six-all The Bollea lineup: Hlxon and Living conditions In Honolulu the Union Church near Lawtey

noon a fried chicken lunch- secretary said. There are, how. the Tornadoes were out to win in Trayham, ends; White and Millis Meetings of the Guard will be continue to be attractive, with less Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock

III served In the BBS cafe- ever, many yet to be received the fourth quarter, and made tackle; Priestman and McCall, held at the Armory each Wednes shortages In food and manu- with the Rev. W. H. Rawls offici

from Hellbronn Springs, Vandeiv their bid good when a pass by the guard; Williams, center; Jaffe, day at 8 p. m. Those desiringto factured goods than are currently ating. Interment was in Dyal

bUt, Starke, Rising, Lawteew and versatile Mooney to McRae put quarter; Allen and Traver, half; enlist are urged to be present evident on the mainland, he said, Cemetery under the' direction Of

ncil Discusses Hampton. the ball on the 20-yard line, and Kinney fullback. next week.Train Glddens Funeral Home, Jackson

Two Arrested ville. .

omy Measures Lazenby Rites HeldIn Two Scholarships Military Rites Bumps Auto, Charged With Theft Pallbearers were Oliver Underhill -
Drew Reddish, Jake Sapp1, J.
ness before the City Coun- North CarolinaWilliam Available HereTwo Held For ZebedeeFuneral Sailors Unhurt Of Range CattleRay A. Anderson, E. T, Davis, Jr.,
"day night Included sub- and O. V.
Cunningham
:i of a list of equipment and B. Lazenby, 49, for the "teaching" scholarships are service were held at Northbound 'passenger train No. Crawford, resident of a

ale which may be purchased past 15 years a resident of the In Bradford County according 11:30 a. m. Monday for Master 192 struck a 38 Ford sedan on farm' three miles west of Lawtey, Absentee
died Friday, now open 10th street at 8:15: a. Voting
m. Tuesday
the River Section, ,
War and Herbert
Assets Administrating New Sergeant John A, Zebndee, 25. Harris, of Klngaley
reported available at Sept. 20, in Tabarrus Hospital, to an announcement yesterday victim of a plane crash near Elko causing considerable damage to Lake, were arrested last week oncharl'e. In General Election
of Injuries received from the office of County he vehicle and minor Injuries to
N. C.,
"liable reduction Include Concord Nevada oft' October'Ist.. of cattle theft.
dozer at.his employment on Sept. School Superintendent A 'R. Mc- the sailor occupants. The car Starts Monday
ditching machine and 'Sergeant Zebedee. died when a It Is alleged that on Wednesday
was driven Electrician's Mate
;aunt of sewer and water *. Rae. B-29, en route from Grand Island by ) night the men shot and killed Citizens absentee
and his family had V. N. Green, of Houston, Texas.Five qualifying as
Mr. Lazenby Nebraska to California, exploded one cow and wounded two
N. C., on The Lewis Scholarship providesJ40O additional members of, the otherson voters will cast their ballots for
discussion of the purchase moved to Kannapolis. home and < per year for a negro student, during a rain storm and Green Cove Springs naval the North Rifle Range In the the general election between Mon-
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and oil from various ser Sept. 1 to make their with the who must agree to teach one year crashed upon slow hilL The nine were personnel Standing. reservation The animal day, October 21st and midnight of
bona. the group decided toe he went to work Monday of for each year of college work other Army men In the ship were passengers.It I killed, owned by Lloyd Green Friday November Jat.t the
products from a different Tropst Construction Company taken. also killed Is reported that the car was was butchered oa the spotThe County Judge's office

1 each month in order that Concord. On Tuesday he climbed in the The House of Representatives I :The .veteranairman. husband of In second gear and the train was meat was then hauled to Jacksonville Tuesday November ,8th. Is the

1 share in the town's busl- under a railroad flat car and Scholarship provides ,:ZOO per year the former.Muriel Ball, of Stark, moving slowly. A freight train, but could not be sold because assigned date for the election In
slag. alao northbound had
process cf unloading for a white, male student' who was born March 12 1921, In just passed. of Its poor grade, Mr. Green which voters 'will Indicate their
'ieg of Orange street north- while he was beneath the car an-re- must agree to teach two years. Petersburg. .Va_,He' bad served Green, believing the red light applied aid. It was later recovered from reference among nomlness forleading

to Pratt atreet"'NArdlacuas- other -one' was accidentally he The examinations will be held 'with the regular army'_since UM to 'the freight only, pulled a cold .storage( plant In Maclenny. 'state and federal offices,
the one the track with
onto and'collided
work will begin at a leased and ran into motion Friday. Oct. 25, at the following age" of 16. ,During World War train. and as wall decide upon six pro-
in The
tea was under, setting It II he was In',the Council agreed to continue and dragging him for some d1ltance. places: : FSCW atre for four years.., and was a was thrown against the red-light In the shoulder, belonged to C.ifoeeley. constitution.

wnance forbidding the play- Tallahassee: White first aer&'eantlWlth the 15th Air poet resulting In damage to the The third, a calf, owned All eligible county residents,
hospitalat Demonstration School; NegroLincoln the left
nickleodeons between' the He was carried to the Corps.He right rear fender and rear by Mr Green, was hit In the hip. who will not be In Starke on elecUon
r 12 midnight and 8 a. m. Concord where he died on Sept. High School. was &a.membecu the Cath- door. A number of the sailors Acting on a tip to local authori ,,day will be accepted as absentee -

*tlons to effect .',more 20 of internal fractures and in- Gainesville: White P. K. olic Church, theAmerican Legion received cuts and bruises. ties, County Patrolman Melvin voters. Hours for the

"IcLi; operation' of .the city juries.Mr. Mt. Yonge School; Negro Lincoln sad the Veterans ef rorelga Wars. Green stated that the windshield McKInney arrested Harris at the County Judges are from 9

PUnt was submitted to the Lazenby was born near High School. He Is survived by his wife, his of his car was fogged, S.A.U depot Friday night, and a. m. to 4:30: p. m.

of Bond Trustees by the Ulla. ,N. C., and came to Lake I eon. John A.'Jr.,'and two sisters, causing poor visibility. The sailors Crawford .at a local tavern Sat- j

"<4> Water committee. I II Butler 15 years ago. He was Bible Story Hour Mrs. Margaret fieekin and Miss were en route to Green Cove urday afternoon'. The alleged Future Farmer NewsThe

married to the former their two Georgia Ann ,Zebedee of Wash Spring crime occurred In Clay' County,
Dowling and she and Eighty-seven children and adults ington. D. C. and the men are being held for Bradford Chapter FFA held

Lady Fair sons Joe and Jon survive moved him.to were present at the Bible Story The services, held at the grave Get Pilot LicensesR. I trial la. the Green Cove Springs It. regular meeting Thursday

t.1dle Hartmann announc- Until the time they Hour in the Methodist recreation In Crosby Lake cemetery were ,Jail. night, Oct. 10, with the president -
Week that North Carolina, he was engaged afternoon. Mrs. conducted by Father John B. Buries. John Warren, and Mr. Green stated that he has Elmer!: Johns, presiding
' the she has putfrom In farming np.ar NeW River. building Tuesday anda O'Dowd. priest of the St. Edward's Leroy Olive, Jr.. have successfully lost 79 or 80 head of cattle, apparently Plana were made for a barbecue

" Lady. Fair Beauty Funeral were held Sun S. E. Bitch served as pianist Catholic Church. The six passed tests as private pilots by theft, during. the past to be held in the near future 1
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'the {n. D. E. Cham- Sept.service, the Centenary series of stories on the life of pall-bearers and the firing squad under the O. I. Bill of Rights at year. He believes that half his and a committee was
former day appointed
I Miss Lorraine Methodist Church near Mt. Joseph was begun. Mrs W. M. were enlisted personnel of the Conway Airpark. R. )(. Stewartwas calf crop has been. lost In the to make arrangements
and its
will continue
<*> under the same name and Interment w cemetery uua'j Wimberly" a visitor. 14th Air Fbrce. at Orlando. their instructor. past two years. -B. C. Holt ndorf, reporter.to .

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It . . e visiting Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green. plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford this will State be of held Florida In Bradford on Tuesday County next' I Repr".l'lIlal''I'' s

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Jesse Winter Haven Order County In next four weekly '">" .. succeeding the first Monday In November Iht 1!
Fersythe of For
A. D. 1946 Two .
BfrookerBy the said Tuesday r.','
: with Mr. and Wlda1thl.M? being; District 'lIIltl'
., spent lastr'week. here ...riV'K.rTC. the Tw. ,,In roo.IIJI l'o ,
Established 1877E. Mr. Luther*. Sowell. of October, 1948. Fifth Day of NovemberFor For Two ltemhret
Mi. T. W. Markey (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas United State Senator.For Board '
.. L. Matthew ____........ Editor and Owner . S ire CIRCUIT COI'RT,' BRAUrOROCOUNTY. As Clerk of said Court., D. C. Representative of the Second .. Om ,FndilghhMtn /
e C. Conner
55. Lucille .
By I
VLOHIUAl IN CMAAC'HRT. Congressional l>l trlct-of the State \'
St. AngusAUy Untoe.emmy.
John J. Henderson Ew| I h'r 0f,
> of Florida In the Eightieth Con. I .
I'aWJIIbed Weekly on Friday and Entered a* Second CUM Matter W. M. 8. MEETINGThe : Willie/ Louise Webster Davis Plaintiff tine,. Fla.: : Plf. 10.4 4t 10-25 irresii of the United State Great. Meal <>, the Wit tun,
WMS met Wednesday afternoon Franklin Davis Jr. for at Tallahasee 8t.t.
vs. UnrUa For Two Justices of the y
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at the PMt Office at Starko. Florida.Ready Supreme first Ih Ca
Oct. 9. at the church with Defendant ...' No. 1010. Court of the State of Florida. day of S.PIO"bo"I
ORDBR.1OF PUBLICATION I
Mrs. Beulah Harrell, LCOtt, 7YTFLoanlA1N, -- -:- For Two Railroad Commissioner 4
the leader AND NOTICE TO APPEAR (CHAN (SEAL)
presiding.: A book. "So This IsAfrica" STATE OF FLORIDA to Mr. CEHT.Raphael. of For the One state Member of Florida: To Hon. A Stc nWfGBradford ,
For Reaction ? was discussed by Ruth Ourlln residence Franklin and address Davis 2S Jr.,M.etln.Str..t. whose. A. Lombardo.A. Lombardo. Jr.. Plaintiff De- of tne Bouse of : c .u 0;.All...t
Josephine
Hozrn Lubedla Plnholater, Joella Charleston Mouth Carolina. fendant.vs. Case I .-.- --
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Whether or not you approve the foreign policy Hardy and Mary Ellen Harrell. I November You are 4,required 1940, I la to the appear above on ORDER NOTICE.ropJAricA TO APPEAR TII NAND --

views of Senator Claude Pepper (and there are few After a'brief business session, the' plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce cause and, wherein custodyof STATE OF FLORIDA to: JoMephlne -
who do, judging by comment heard from the legendary meeting was clotted with'prayer minor child. Bradford County A. Lombardo whose residence e
I' Telegraph shall pUypeh' > this OrderIn 'and address Is 1113 65thStreet Pressure
Han-all.
Mrs.
man-in-the-street) it must be admitted that the Senator by net four wadkly7lssuee. I, .:Brooklyn. New York. Cookers

"has something there" when he touches on domestic BIRTHDAY PARTY I Witness myK hand and official : You required to appear on - '.
seal at Htark v )Florida this September -i November 4, U46. In the above
issues and discusses the dangers of a threatened Anna Kathryn Harrell, 8, and 17 1918.OFFICIAL : named1 Court and cause, wherein
Republican victory at the polls in November.The Barbara Raborn 9. celebrated: ( SEAL)Court.T. A. J. plaintiff <..veks divorce and child.care.
As Clerk'of said Thoma"1 custody and control of minor
Senator says there has been talk among some"Progressives" their birthday anniversaries Jointly -. Frank Landrum, Starke, Bradford County Telegraph shall
who are neither regular Democrats nor on October 11 at the home of Atty. for Fit. 10-4 4t 10-25 publlnh weekly., Issues.this Order In next four Metal WastebasketsCAKE

Republicans, of forming a Third Party. These so- Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Harrell. At IN cmct'iT ro 'UT. BRADFORD I Witness my hand and official
7:30: o'clock the little guests were seal at Htarke, Florida this October -
IV CHANHubtrt -
and COUNTY FLOHIUAl
called "Progressives" vote as independents some- 8, 1946.OFFICIAL .
times determine which of the old-line "parties win a Invited Into the dining room CKHY.L. Rlsmbee Plaintiff vx.Hettte I ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, SETSCANNISTERSETS
of Court.
chicken As Clerk snld
where they were served a Defendant.
Lee
national election. Itlgtibee. Lucille C. Conner, D. C.
By
supper by the hostesses, Mrs. Case RDER0OF Wm. D. Morgan, 5th Floor Clark $;)
'T have constantly urged these people not to com- M. O. Harrell and Mrs. Beulah AND> NOTICE PUBLICATION TO APPEAR I l"h\tt, Jacksonville, Fla.

mit the folly of trying to start a third party," Senator Harrell. Those present were STATE OF FLORIDA to: Kettle Atty. for Plf. 10.4 4t 10-25 t-! BREAD BOXES

Pepper stated in his recent newspaper column, con- Betty Jean and Barbara Raborn Lee address Rlgsbee,.Is 1207, whose Liberty residence Street Durham and-I lt CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD "'
tinuing: "I emphasized as strongly as I could that the Annette and Stanley Green, Shirley N.' O.; rOVNTY. FLOHIUAl IN CHAN- k'- All White With Peach

only hope for more humanitarian government and for Nell Green, Yvonne Harrell November-You are required, 1946, In to the appear above on I VERY.Raymond. a. Holllday." Plaintiff",*vs." Designs

peace for the people of this country was, first, to electa and .Kathryn 'Harrell. Games named, Court and cause, Bradford wherein .Evelyn Holllday, Defendant. Case
plaintiff seeks divorce. No. 6082.
Democratic House and Senate in November; then, were played until a late hour, County Telegraph shall publish this II ORDER OF PUBLICATION
then the guests departed for their Order In neat four weekly Issues. AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR Brick Siding Buff and
second, for the real progressives of the nation to come homes. Witness my hand and officialseal I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Evelyn --- Red
with us into the Democratic party and take part in at Starke Florida this October Holllday whose residence and address -
:3 I. 1946.(01o'FICIAL Is S3 East 91st. Street
:
party nominations and in party policies, thus keepingour CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Brooklyn, New York. I ?. LIMITED SUPPLY ALSO
Linda Gayle attractive 4yearold Aa Clerk of said Court. You are required to appear on
Democratic the of the in the
party party people
Charles R. Hens, 204-05 Realty October 28. 1948, In the a b O v e 90-Lb. Black Red
spirit of ,Jefferson, Jackson, Wilson and Roosevelt. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Bldff. Jacksonville. Florida. named Court and cause, wherein and Green Roof!,
Earl Green, was honoree at a Atty. for Plf, 10-4 4t 102tJ plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
"If the truly progressive people of the country who after- J County Telegraph shall publish this ALSO 65, 45, 55 Lb.
are not regular, registered Democrats but who by vot- birthday party Thursday IN riRCrlTTOl, BRADFORD Order In next four weekly Issues.
A FEW TIN ROOFING
her seal
noon of last week when Witness mv hand and official SHINGLESFARMER'S
with the Democrats have Democratic President COI;MTV. BXOIIIOAl IV HIANEuclid ; '
ing kept a mother entertained at the com- CF.RY. at Starke, Florida, this s.pt.mb.r'l
and Democratic in office /P. Mamel" Plaintiff vs.Bernadette 2418 8-
a Congress now for near-
munity center. A. ilamel, Defendant.Case (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Tboma.1T.
ly 14 years, think this thing through they will agree Varied games were enjoyed No. 1It04.ORDER As. Clerk of said Court.Starke, Fla. '
Frank Landrum I
with me. And if progressive Republicans will take a; and In a contest Janet Nichols NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR Atty. for Plf. ,.17 4t 10-18 SUPPL

forthright and candid look at the Republican party they and Edward Endicott won prizes. STATE! OF FLORIDA to Berna- -

will see that the Republican party is the party of the I I Pictures were made of the group. dette 10.1-A A.Wasp Hamel St, ,whom Liberty address Homes Is, IN COUNTY.CIRCUIT PLOHIDAl COURT. BRADFORD CHAN-. MIKE MARUCA, OWNER

money crowd, the moneycrats, today as it was in the Mrs. F. M. Vlckery Jr., and North Charleston South Carolina.You CKRY.
Plaintiff,
Gertrude F. Penn vs.
days of Alexander Hamilton and they will do what able Mrs. Ernest Edwards assisted Mr*. November are 4th required 1946 in to appear the above on John C. Penn, Defendant. Case No.
: Green in serving refreshments of named Court and cause, wherein 5117.
Republican Congressman of Indiana, Charles La Fol- Ice cake and plaintiff seek,*',divorce. Bradford ORDER: OF PUBLICATIONAND
lette, has just done and,come over into Macedonia and I cream birthday County Telegraph, shall publish this NOTICE! TO APPEAR
cookies to Linda Gayle and the Order In next Tour weekly Issues. STATE OF FLORIDA to: John C.
help us in the Democratic party, which essentially still fOllowing young guests: Clane Witness ray hand and official Penn. whose residence and address EXTRA FINE BREADI
seal at Starfee. ..Florida thin 2nd In 153 11 Hillside Avenue, Jamaica
is the .
of the it
party people> as was in the days of Colson of Starke Ann and Freddie of October, 1046. L. I.. New York.
Thomas Jefferson. Vickery of Waldo, Mary Ruth (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, You are required to appear on
As Clerk of said Court. November 11, 1946 In the above
"The election in November will determine, in my Hazen, Patty Plummer Wayne Dy Lucille C. Conner D. C. named Court and cause,. wherein .

opinion, whether we retain prosperty in this country or! Thomas, Janet and Patsy Nichols John, Fla.J. Henderson, Exi|. St. Augustine County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce shall publish Bradford this $ r.'r",,: ',$ "

whether we fall)) through the hatch of inflation back into Lamarr! Simmons Charles Kahn, Atty. for Plf. 10.4 4t 10-25 Order In next four weekly Issues. < -

the dark hole of depression. It will determine whether' Mary Jane Blgham Janice' Bar- seal Witness at Starke my hand Florida and, ,this official October i
;;;;;;;.
we continue to work with other nations of the world bara and Terrell Green, Wesley IN CIRCUIT BRADFORD I. 1946.OFFICIAL : :
COLNTY. FLORIDA IV CHAN. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
and Judy Kelly Richard and Dan
in the spirit of Roosevelt or in the spirit of McKinleyin CKHY. As Clerk of said K e.
short whether we follow)) in Htazen. Henry Harrell John Jewel Irene'- Oxmlnt Plaintiff vs. T. Frank Landrum,08j.ke.: Fla. I. tAAtJrJrt
foreign affairs the Green Martha Long Jackie and Augustine Valentine Oxmlnt. De Atty. for Plf. 10-U 4t 11-1 :
of the fendant. Case No. 6105
policy good neighbor or dollar diplomacy. i
Sandra Mott Sarah Carlton. Hal ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND NOTICR OF .
"I am not a prophet or the son of a prophet, but Mott, Edward and Jean Kndlrott: NOTICE TO APPEAR To ti. Narrirr of Bradford (;o..fttr.1 e
mark word if. the STATE OF FLORIDA to: Augustine of the Klat* of Florida
my Republicans are elected this fall)) Gene Edwards, Shirley Green, and Valentine Oxmlnt whose address Be I, R. A. Gray, f
there will be a wild inflation and another 1929 stock Yvonne Harrell.SOFTBALL Is Waylyn South Carolina. se etl r"oWiaT.haf the State of
You are required to appear on Florida, do _
hereby-give notice that
market crash.in a short time. There will be more and November 4th, 1046, In the above a t'k
more unemployment. Farm GAME PLAYED named Court and cause, wherein OENERAL ELECTION y r
prices and
,, wages will
Brooker bowed to Lawtey 8-0 "
steadily fall. The clock on social legislation will be In an exciting Softball game last I"fteSJ/ !

turned back. The aged will get less pensions, the blind, Friday afternoon. Those playing IN THE SOUTHEAST

widows, dependent children, will take cut in the pit- for Brooker'were I. catcher, J. W.
tance they now receive. There will be no hope that Atkinson; pitcher, Jack Hazen, Mote people drink Ad than any oihct.. I

we may have national health insurance system which 1st base Thomas Hamilton; 2nd It mutt be... QUICK HELP WITH FULL-STRENGTH FRESH YI

will give every man, woman and child a chance to get a base, Marshall Mott; 3rd base fdij Watch Fleischmann's active fresh Yeast go right

doctor, a dentist, a hospital, a nurse when ill. There Ernest Douglas; short stop, Richard : work-help give bread more delectable flav
will be no hope for enough money for medical research Crosby; right field, Edwin your
to offer chance Howard; center field James Hamilton finer smoother texture every time.
disease any of finding a cure for cancer, heart ; left field. Marvin Stokes eee9
premature old
"All the things Roosevelt age. fought for would be short William field.Fowler.Arthur Ke1ynd f. e i IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, be sure to get Fleischmiij

pushed into the discard and we would be hell bent for fresh Yeast with the familiar yellow label DeptAmerica's

the days of Harding, Coolidge and Hoover all over COOKBUCHANANSeaman favorite yeast for mj
Earl Cook and Margaret .
again.
,ltiYo1W3t % 'than 70 years.Hospitality.
"If ,the Republicans win in November the lights Buchanan of Miami were /1 1
married In Gainesville Sunday /THAN
which Roosevelt held aloft will LrAIEEE9
begin to go out in the
Oct. 13. Mr. Cook Is the son of
country and in the world. They would not burn again Mrs. Cecil Cook of Brooker. He I ', gg4g/IbtM1h,

until, 1952. Then, be sure, they would burst into such la stationed at Norfolk, Va. ,.vets- ....u.ra
a flame as would be a burning sun by day and 'a pillar err
of fire by night' for and Allen Lewis Billie Rimes and .
us for mankind. aA w bells-/tewY4 aa..ael..rs sews..+N .al. '
"It 'is not a question of whether 'truth Carl Allen enjoyed a fishing trip

earth shall rise crushed to on the bank of Santa Fe River .-- .... )0 ".... .
again. It will. The question is how Friday night. H .t
much we and the world
would suffer
while it R
buried." was Malcolm Lewis was .visiting In ,< -
Lake Butler afternoon.Mrs. .
Friday
1I .
Alvin Clemons of Tampa
Thus speaks/ Senator Claude Pepper. He might be was here Wednesday visiting rel
all)) wet In Ms views on Russia, (only time and history atives. : '
will prove that score) but his I .
sentiments
concerning the Buster Rahn made a business : .

true.unalterably reactionary Republican Party still ring trip to Jacksonville Tuesday. .. -

Mr. and Mrs. HerscheU Layfield

have moved to Gainesville to .,. '
For Safety, Comfort and Economy make their home. Mr. Layfieldis

.. employed there. -s .. s\

FOR COURTEOUS > L children spent the weekend in r ,t
"' your
CORRECT "f' Jfjj Tampa with Mr. and Mrs. N. D.
Stone.
INFORMATION '
L2h 6'f Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and ;

Please Phone 147 Mrs. L. A. Mott made a business

trip to High Springs Wednesdayof

Ride Florida Busses" last.week. f \\ %4 eao.rSI.ltu =
Greyhound
Lines Inc.
Mrs. 'M., O'tlarrell; and Mrs. L 4
UNION BUS STATION Beulah Harrell were'"In.'Alachua 1

Temple Ave.: LCY"CONWAYKf'at Starke FUu Monday.Mr. .
Russell Green made a business \
trip to Starke and Gainesville /

Monday.Mr. ,

; HOSPITALIZATIONHELP and Mrs. Mike Tilghman -
of Gainesville and two, children l

WHEN YOU NEED, IT MOST were Mrs. Sam.dinner Mott guests Sunday.of Mr. and

t ROOM AND BOARD FOR 90 DAYS Mr. and Mrs. Hershell Layfield I

r Liberal Hospital Extras and children of Gainesville were
Surgical Up To $150 _
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Medical
Care
Maternity Coverage On Family Newn Mott.

I Policy Issuing Ages 3 Months To 80 Years Miss Louise Parrlsh of Jackson- 1

1 Same Value any hospital) U. S. or Canada ville was the weekend guest of

CLAIMS PAID AT OUR OFFICE her parents Mr. and Mrs. Nor-

You Can Get In Hospital For man Parrish. y
Nothing Mr. and Mra.' Roy Green madea

I But It Costs Money To Get Out business trip to Alachua and
Gainesville Friday.
Provident Life and Accident Insurance Co. Mr. and Mrs., O. W. Barry and

One of the Oldest One of the Largest Miss Francis: and Helen Barry

DAN BYRD INSURANCE AGENCY were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Crews of Jacksonville last
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA weekend.

Telephone 160 Mr. and Mra. Leslie Green and

children with Mrs. J. C. Cone enJoyed .
Mail Coupon Today ____ the day ,at Silver Sprints i' /

Sunday.Mrs. .
Name ____________________.-___ ______________ Resale Colson and two

Address _____________-____ ___ __ ___ __ _________ children of Starke spent Thurs
day of last week here with Mr. OTTIIO UHDH AUTH01.TT. '
Individual ( ) Or m' COCA.
Family Group ( ) and Mra. O.." B Colson.Mr. COLA COMPANY IT

and IrA, Mel Vickery of

Laka. Alto were here Thursday STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING. COI .



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Nov. --Newberrv Here. BOBBINS, The Recall Store

Nov. 15--0pen DateNov.22Alachua .
h' :J'- Let's See' It'8A: Pleasure Go To ItTORNADOES See You At The
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY. OCTORBg"
PAGE. FOUR .--_. (

and their attendants P..TA'ToMeet In'USO| Scouts "
and bridegroom
I Fall Mission Study Miss LaPlant WedsJ. Commended
SOCIETY and CLUBSMiss I I For
The Parent-Teacher Association Assistance
Completed by WSCSThe A. MartinezIn Mrs. Edwin Torode served '
Church punch during the afternoon froma will meet Wednesday, Oct. S-. at'At Big
Methodist
3:15 m, in the home economicsroom Celebration
Fall mission study of theWoman's bowl that was placed on a lace- p.
Arlean Hazen I Business Circle in the USO Scoutmaster
building.
Society of Christian Miss Geraldine LaPlant, daughter covered table, against a semicircleof E!: T Shull
I a
Becomes Bride Of WMS MeetsThe Service of the Methodist church, of Mr. and, Mrs. Joseph La- burning white candles in clear All members are urged to attend appreciation stament this week 8XPffII

was completed Friday afternoonof Plant of Rochester, New York, crystal holders. Fern and dainty to the "*
Of Frank Benka Jr. Business Women's Circleof last week, In one of the roomsof and J. A. Martinez;laon of Mr. and white chrysanthemums surrounded UDC HESOLUTIONS Troop 70 fUr the Splendl4, *
On June T, 1946 they did
,
Church Hall. Mrs. I. P. Wherefore an on
Sept.
the WMS met the
Tuesday
Baptist Mrs. Joe Martinez 6f Starke, were the punch bowl. 28. the
Arlean Hazen, daughter of the Lord bore to her bratlon b1r
Miss of missions, angel day In
at the home of Mrs. Marvin Shepherd secretary
evening 13 at high: overlaid Starke
,
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Hazenof Lawson. The newly-elected conducted the study on India in a married Sunday.'' Oct. The bride's table was Maker the soul .of one of .ea' th's really\ proud ot the "1
became the bride of noon In the First Methodist with a handsome white outwork have boyss
Starke, sweetest flowers, Wurla Weeks heard
and interestingmanner. '
leader Mrs Lex Green presided most capable much
Frank Benka Jr.. son of Frank Church. The Rev. W. J. Church- linen cloth and centered with the ment favorabll',
Wall, therefore from the "
brief business and
Benka of Palatka and Brooklyn, over the session, well, pastor of the church. per- wadding cake, beautifully decorated assistance public on !
the topic for discussion was Thursday afternoon the program formed the Impressive ring cere-: In white rosebuds, and topped Be It Resolved, That, she was a they gave;' ">
N. Y., In a ceremony performed master fc
"World Investments of Southern was as follows: Song, "We Have beloved mother and friend of mankind said.
Sunday afternoon, Oct. 13, by the mony. . The devotional and had the word mother 20
was
Baptists" to tell to the Nations", ,
a Story
Rev. Davis Wooley, pastor,of the White gladioli' and, white and groom. White tapers In crystal all In'uniform heC Troop
led by Mrs. L. A. Canova. was the opening number, followed been newly coined It could have ,
First Baptist Church of Palatka, yellow chrysanthemums: were used holders and salted nuts in crystal traffic to I'
During the social hour a "sun- by prayer by Mrs. Shepherd been made expressly to describeher ru COUlltl_
In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene In decorating: the church. Tall compotes completed the table arrangements assisted "*
shine box" was prepared for Mrs The subject of the devotional ser- ; and although several months In serving .
Martinez and
Perrin of Palatka. floor standards ,of these blossoms tMIss Josephine van
C. A. Knight, who Is'a patient In "Wonders of God's Crea. the erally'helpful
vice was have passed we, Daughtersof In
al- 'slstep'of the ,
side of the bridegroom many
flowers were used on each ,
of cut ,0:
Arrangements St. Vincent's Hospital; Jackson: tion", by Mrs E. K. Perryman. cake. the W.. T. Weeks Chapter, capacities ,
tar. The piano was banked with had charge> of 'cutting the
with roses predominating, were vUle. Refreshments of hot chocolate -i mourn'
her absence
IT D. C., from
studied writtenby
The book was
with yellow +Ira. P. Peterson was in charge IN
,
used in decorating the home .fq* I .greenery; interspersed )fE IORl.\
and sandwiches were served midst. She '
Miss L. W. Bryce, a-minion our was _a charter
and of the bride's book.
"traditional ANNIE
this lovely event. ,THe roses porn pom
Mrs. Lawson to the 17 mem- AI.\\Rtz
by of the W. T.
member Weeks
In India and Mrs. W. E.
ary ; time with In
wedding marches were played by Mrs. E. K. Perryman, organist After spending some loving
bers present. Middleton reviewed the chapter Chapter, named for her esteemed memory Df OUr
and Mrs. Martinez
Mrs. C. A. Perrin. played the traditional wedding their guests, Mr. mother who
The November meeting will be entitled Labor and Industry in marches. | left for a wedding trip to father, and through the years one years passed away
The bride, who was given In held at the home of Mrs. Ruby India. Mrs. J. W White reviewed The bride had her matron- Miami. of its most faithful members; and Nothing ago today Oct 15, ?1

marriage by her uncle, Barney .J ol1nll.Woman.s. Iatlan youth brings new life as is of the though she Is not here In person love can ever take IWIJ
Dillard Jr., of Eustla, Wall lovelyin / of-honor and only attendant her, The bride a graduate a heart holds,)
dear
dressmaker suit of blue to new tasks. sister, Mrs. Vernon Lewis of we.tl I Rochester High School In the we know her spirit will remain, memories linger ; I
a
navy Club Scene Mrs. assisted Mrs. 1946. Mr. Martinez with us as long aa the Chapter every da7
wool, with which she wore a black Shepherd by Palm Beach Mrs.. Lewis wore a class of was membrance keeps here,,

hat and accessories of black' Of Publicity ClassesThe Titus Olxon' and Mrs. W. O. Halle, grey suit wlti black. accessories. graduated from Bradford High exists., I Daughter, Mrs. Edna Stone,
patent. A corsage of red Radi- served refreshing ,thinks, pineapple Her flowers were, a corsage of School: in the class of 1944. Since Be It: Further Resolved, That

ance rosebuds and stephanotis first of a series of three I salad saltines and toasted pink rose bud June he has been In West Palm we extend our heartfelt sym-

completed her outfit. classes In creative writing was nuts.On Vernon Lewis was best man for Beach where he Is connected with pathy to the behaved family and XmaaREADY Qar! s

Miss Irene Hazen the bride's held in the Woman's Club last Friday afternoon the study Mr. Martinez.The the Lewis Electrical & Refrigeration relatives. We would not wish for

slater and only attendant, was Friday afternoon. A study In the program was opened with prayerBy bride chose for her weddingan Co. her to return to us, but we will FOR DELIVER

maid of honor, and wore a suit technique 'of news and publicity Mrs W. J. Churchwell; and the aqua suit, with which she wore Out-of-town guests were Miss rejoice when we meet her again Get: Yours Nose

of wool gabardine and black ac writing was conducted by William sixth chapter: of the book, the brown accessories. Her corsage Helen LaPlant of Rochester, N. on that beautiful "Isle Called ft While Afailab

cessories. Her corsage was pink M. Duncan. "Ministry of Health and Healing", was of yellow rosebuds. I Y., sister of the,bride; Mr. and Somewhere". .

Radiance rosebuds.Mr. The second! class Which will was reviewed by Mrs. W. O. Halle. Mrs. Martinez mother of the Mrs. Vernon Lewis of West Palm "Somewhere the sun is shining Beautiful

Benka had as his best man 'consider short story authorship, The seventh chapter "United bridegroom wore black crepe with I Beach, brother-in-law and sister Somewhere the song birds dwell; Assortments

O. A. Perrln. will be held at the Club at 3:30p. Thought and action through Christian black accessories. Her shoulder of the bride; Miss Josephine Martinez Hush, then; thy sad repining ,

Mrs. Hazen, the bride's mother, m., Friday, October 13. Councils", was reviewed by corsage was of pink rosebuds. of Tampa sister of the God lives, and all is well. $1 Per Box_

wore a gray wool suit. The study of news writing was Mrs. E. L. Matthews; and the Immediately: following the cere. bridegroom; Mr. and Mrs. P. Somewhere the load la lifted 1 Mr.

Immediately following the cere- accorded excellent attendance. eighth and final chapter, "Slgnlf-I I mony, the bridegroom's parents Peterson, and Joe Plzo, all of Close by an open gate; Joe Martins

mony a reception was held. The Icance of the Church in India", entertained the wedding party and Tampa. Somewhere the clouds are rifted Starke, Fk
dining table was overlaid with a cake was topped with a minia- was reviewed by,Mrs. Titus Ol out-of-town guests at a lovely I} .
ture bride and and slices
lace cloth and centered with a groom son. buffet luncheon at their home on Hallowe'en Event
were served! to the guests with Somewhere the-angels watt.
low bowl of Radiance roses, flanked Mrs Shepherd served delicious Laura Street.At YOUR WATCH
by candelabra. The weddingExpert punch. refreshments to all present. four o'clock In the afternoon Sponsored Jointly Somewhere somewhere,
Mrs. Benka attended high schoolIn Beautiful Isle of Somewhere
Mr. and Mrs. Martinez entertained -
Starke and since her graduation What will undoubtedly prove to Land of the true, where we live. Deserves the BeatTrustworthy
WSCS to MeetOn at ,a ;receptip1h'onoring: ,, the '
: has made her home in Pa- be the biggest and most colorfulHallowe'en anew,
out-of-town
wedding ,
I l latka where she Is employed by party Beautiful Isle of Somewhere:"
carnival held In Starke
Monday afternoon. Oct., 21, guests, relatives,.and a few Intimate .
the Southern Bell Telephone ft (Signed) May Frlpp Powell, llREPAIR
at 3:30 o'clock, the business and friends. Arrangements of) in recent years was seen in prospect .
Telegraph Company. Mr. Benka, this week as the JuniorWoman' Amelia Ray
program meeting of the WSCS gladioli and whjte'pom: were
poms
native of served three Florence Brownell Brown.TUNG3HS .
a Brooklyn
I Club and the Parent-
will be held in the Methodist used in decorating the Martinez
and a half years in the Army Air I
Church. The president, .Mrs. W home for this lovely affair, Teacher Association announced
force and Is now associated with E. Middleton, will preside. Circle Greeting guests at the door plans for a joint party to be heldin
the TI-Pe Company in Palatka. I
Two* Mrs A_Z. Adkins chairman: were the hosts'and standing In, the USO building Thursday
After a short wedding trip Mr. will. have charge of the program. the receiving line, were the bride night October 31, beginning at 6
and Mrs. Benka will be at home 'r"
Service
I p. m. Bee U. & yuiedarl-Learin.,
to: friends !In the Handman Apart-
The Junior
Club had
ments in Mulholland Park, Pa-_ I Ir I planned a Hallowe'en previously event for I vigorous, prolific. High. oil content.
atka. :I'. asnra .best selection order NOW Barley F. Stro
the same date in the Woman'lClub

H building, but it was later decided ,
Bicycle to Join with the P-TA and 137 West Can 8t
GET THE
hold a more elaborate party In f CAMP ItLAADPSG JEWELl

RepairWhether f SPEEDY SURE the USO building.: autRsER ES SINCE 1941

it'. a> major operation 'RELIEF FOR AW Well from what I hear Call "TvvaH hard enough to keep up Prizes for the best costumes 1
Street will fold (boys and girls) will be awardedIn
or the mere tightening of its tents and silently with Callstreeters during the auto
'bolt be, INVIGESTIONREX50 (or otherwise) steal away age, but now,that we're enteringthe three age groups: 1 to SrB; to
a yon con sure yool'blC'ycle \
to: Gainesville thl weekend for new.alr e ,, job will l 10; and 10 up. "
will receive and I ,py.} ?e
prompt I : PARKER. 51" PENlire' !
careful attention here. s the gala Homecoming'festivities harder than ever,, ; .. Evelyn More) detailed plans 'for' the :
I 'at the U. of F. If all the folks 'Stump enplaned In Jaxville yes- celebration will be announced next

BIGGS & BAKER B1SMRCarpenter's- go who say they're going, I'm terday, bound for Wilson, N. C., week.
beginning to wonder who'll be where she'll attend the wedding of

BICYCLE STORE ,left behind to run things around 'her cousin,' Betsy Hancock, and New Score Board c

town over the weekend! Per. George Hackney III (of the Hackney -
125 W. Call St. Starke, Flo sonally, I'm more Interested In i wagon family) which will be Gift of CocaColaThe

Drug Store that BHS v. Bolles event here to- 'solemnized Saturday evening new Scoreboard on the BHS CC a ece

night, for methlnks the Purple From there Evelyn will fly to
Tornadoes are giving the fans New York for a week's visit with gridiron is proving\: altogether satisfactory Of FINE WATCHMAKING
according to local foot-
more of a show for their money her uncle and aunt the A. Wells

JUST RECEIVED CARLOAD than: the Florida Gators At Stumps Glimpsed Lucile DavisIn ball advertising enthusiasts.department Designed of by the the

east they're winning more games! the postoffIce, back from spend- Coca-Cola
Bottling Company, the
ing a week in Mayo with Rawson
I NITRATE of SODA < She reports that you can fans board Is well-lighted and keeps TREASURER
posted to the minute
up on
;, WARNING: Lock your soap and still purchase a turkey dinner in essential statistics 11 Jewels
sugar In the family treasure chest Mayo for.73c: When
does the
__-...__._ ow OJ -" T .. __ each time leave The board, on the south end of $67.50
the house
you next bus leave? a,. t'
the field, la 30 feet
long and 10
Full Line of Seed at All TimesArmour's or you might not have any,when feet,high. Red metal cutouts a-
you come back Dot Epperson! Of course i'"mI8ll'lIer! 'but
left her kitchen'floor open when 'tis nice to know galnat a yellow ,background' are
tilt our popular I
=: & A.A.C: Fertilizers she went out last. Sunday afternoon and efficient I librarian, ,Jeanette employed to give most of the Information -

- .... "---._ ....- __ and when she returned, all Young Is enjoying a well-deserved college provided by regulation
I Buy Pecans 'Yhen Ready To Sell her soap and sugar had vanished! vacation .- Understand she's scoreboards. As the games
proceed downs
yards to go. period -
Congratulations to Olen and catching a bit of rest at Keystone -
Give Me A Chance Scootle Duke on the arrival of a Heights right now andhasn't score by quarter and poln,

baby daughter Wednesday in the announced plans for the remainder total are shown by scorers workIng -

Alachua County Hospital of her time off from a cat-walk. rwr
H. L. BROWNLEE Sorry I can't report the name for Dorothy Swanbom Is vending the Expense of the board's con-

the perfectly good reason that volumes during her absence struction was met by the local
she hasn't been given one yet I II Eva an' Leslie Shepherd are back Coca-Cola agency. Lighting facil-

Seems the Dukes were so from a recent trip and telling a ities were donated by the Electric -

certain 'twould be a boy they I(I,very amusing story of difficulties Service and Supply.

; : hadn't even considered a feminine encountered In crossing the Cana-I

79Ngca die title, so all suggestions will be dian border Seems they' had

l gratefully received I)I attended the Prison Congress in r x

Detroit and Leslie (Chaplain at
Nicest news of the week Is the the State Farm) had taken alongone
*
/ll Z> announcement that Flo an' Tom of his favorite volumes entitled -
Slade and chlllun (Tommy, Jo- "When I Was In Prison" P1r a

anne, Flora, and Susan) will start All went well until they decided -

calling Starke "home"- sometime to take aIifte.ide| trip Into AMBASSADOR
the latter part of December ,. Canada,and' the'Inspectors at 21 Jewels
Tom Intends to enter the butane the' border came 162.30
IN OUR PATTERN DEPARTMENTNow : across; that lit-
gas business here and they will tle book in Leslie1., baggage! HOWDY FOLKS You must

live, at least for the present, In I Seems they thought he might bea have heard about the mechanical '

their home on Klngsley Lake fugitive from the FBI., and It engineer' who took his-

He will keep his interests In Bax- took some tall explaining to none apart to see what made
ley Ga., and do a bit of com- change their minds! '. It run. :: C Jewelry
we have a complete stockof muting between here and there em

I every now and then Another' The hor e>trader
smart new McCall patterns. / Well GUAM that's all for sent a hone
welcome addition to take place now So long See In off at a trot to show how well
Easier faster sewing and betterfit soon will be the return of Wllma the next you It could run, only to have it e4enftBULOVA

are yours with McCall fash- and T. K. McClane and sons Tom "it bump headlong Into a tree."What's hrau /?t<
and Don They're already Carolyn: his trouble,"' asked ;
ions. Come, in and look at. the househunting and hope to move the buyer. "1. he blind""

lovely designs in the new McCall here In December also -v "Ifcck. nor said the trader ::9Z [9M1'

-. ,,' "lie just don't give a darn!"
catalogue. Hear that Thelra Jennings
created HavingA Hut for service that really
quite a sennatloi at the cares
Woman's Club district meeting In .. about the condition of your carant
South Jacksonville Wednesday by Wedd .Soin> ? the kind of attention it

yielding to an impish Impulse to should have, drive In here. No
Exclusive McCall Features .
: caricature the befeathered hats W running blind when we! give It .21 j jewelsIV.

Safeguard of a margin of the officers at the speakers a thorough con_c Irntlous
table during the luncheon! +#. bumper-to-bumper lubrication

Double Printed Cutting Line The drawings were pas .jl, around Have the Pictures. Job. Try It today. Invite you to ...AM ditiogulshed.t"Group'

r and caused much amusement _, .r Bulov. W.Kh.i. The "fae.U.ocy i0 I
t i Sewing instructions printed even to those whose hats were Made.:by GULF OIL PRODUCTS proves ...in thee fluids holds first place'

sketched .See Maurice Edwards timekeeping dependability and sninrr'
r right on tho pattern pieces. Jr.. back In town and en- T. H. Osbqrne Washing Polishing

I rolled at BHS once more Greasing
1 He 'lows as how they didn't keep WRITE BOX '43 JEWELR

Central Dry Goods him busy Institute enough and at he Marlon found Military time- OR CALL AT Temple & Lake GEM

1100 ER BROS. STUDIO Service
FLA. hanging heavy on his hands, Station
STARKE
what with no cattle to curry and ... 109 E. CALL ST. STARKE.1"fit'r..

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18. 1948
n BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKK. FLORIDA 'n PAGK

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of LOCAL NEWS 1 1nlt.f The Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Church- Recent Births for her aunt. Mrs J. L. Anderson I Mr. and Mrs. S. Jo:. Spark the ing of the---; :' River Baptist

ITS well Mrs. J, T. Guy Mrs W. E.Middleton .! of Starke. Mrs. Johnson has Rev. L. D. Hnlncs, and Mrs. II. L. Association at Pine Grove Church I

and the Rev. Mr. DIANA GAIL D-"CIURl\IE, Hough attended the annual meet- Tumdny.
many friends In Starke having: at I
I I North of Lawtey attended the Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ronald
I Bryson who has Mr. and Mrs. James A. Lewis Rural Life Institute of the Gainesville one time been employed at Camp
Ducharme. 606 Eldrldge St..
the Pres- and children
Iy pastor at spent the weekend District Methodist Church)! Clearwater Fla. the Bland In;.
for the past sev- with Mr. and Mrs J. c. Robinson ,, .announce Have You Yet Seen
hurch held WIlliston
Wednesday. birth of a daughter Diana Gall,
week for In LEROY JARRELI.
left last Apopka. At this time Mrs. LESLIE:
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Kensey and on Tuesday Oct. !In the Morton
it
Lgnment! lit Everglades. Lilly Lewis who had spent the Mrs Alvin Mr. and :Mrs II. Q, Jarrell 24 The Great Painting _
two Clemmons and two I P. Plant Hospital.. Clearwater.
past weeks
i Mrs. R. A. Harley and of to her -home in In Starke.Apopka.. returned children of Avon Park were visit- Mrs. Ducharme'.will,be remembered East 21t St., Jacksonville an- FEAST'of BELSHAZZAR"On
and Mary "The
Dora Lee Mr. and Mrs. ing Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Green by friends at tile State Farm nounctf the birth of.a son. Leslie
last week- Carroll Pettet and
I r. S. C. spent daughter and Mr. and Mra. P. M. Barefoot as the former Miss,Gladys Dob- LeRoy. on Thursday Oct. 10. Mrs
ilr'and Mrs. J. L. An- Carolyn and John Love, The PublicAt
all of Hendersonvllle, N. C. have Friday. son. 9, Jarrell I is the daughter .of Mr. IJiBplayfor

will spend the I returned home after a few days'visit Mrs. R. A.. Green Mrs. L. A. l\IARSIiALL"Z.-\CII RAY and Mrs. W. W. Packham of
H. Smith Canova Mrs. 1. The I
H. Theresa
Monticello\ with her with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Jennings and Mr. and Mrs O. E. Ray of *
attended district
Quigley and children. a -
While here
Mr. and Monticello announce the birth of
sister.
jaw and of D. a. Kelly and family pent TABERNACLESOLID
the
who nave 'Just I they occupied the "powder box"hOU8e meeting Woman'sClub a son. Marshall Each in; the GOSPEL
E Ray In South tho weekend In Jacksonville with
on Thompson Jacksonville Wednesday -
j the arrival of a son. I IaDd Friends of Mrs. C.Street. Thomasville Ga.. ; hospital. on his daughter Mrs F. H.' Box. r
A. '
for Knight t Thursday Oct. 3. Mrs." Ray is
[ be fitted your will 'regret to learn that she has Mrs. Leila Weeks manager of the former' Miss Wilma Edwards.

i Inter SP1RELLA, and IjealthcorortH. albeit been seriously ill following a ma- the Starke Hotel left Thursday daughter of Mr. and Mrs B. ,8. ,.

girdle Jor operation performed in St for a few days' visit' In South Edwards of Starker
al !!. Corsetlere) Vincent's
Georgia.
Hospital Tuesday. _
ik Hoover I Mrs. P. M. Barefoot will spend R. L. Epperson of Jacksonville IIERRIS MANNING III Blonde

Mrs, A. Waterman of the weekend with her niece Mrs. spent Sunday and Monday herewith Mr. and Mrs. Harris Manning: Maple
have moved to" Jr., announce the birth of a
N. J. Karma Daukzla in St. his mother Mrs. W. J. Ep- son
make their future home. burg. peters-I person Sr. Herrls III. In the Alachua County '

Eston Jordan Miss Seleta Sparks Hospital, on Saturday Oct. 5. 5-Pc. Bedroom
,,d Mrs. a Mrs. F. K. Blackburn of Tampa 8

rued to their home int Stetson University, will spend the spent Saturday and Sunday with ALICE SIIERYL JOHNSON y

La. after spending weekend at her home here. j her parents Mr.. and Mrs. W. A. Mr: and Mrs. W. J. Johnson of !
with relatives here. Misss Idalou and Marjorie SUITS
yi Colley. Rome Ga., announce the birth of
Moseley went to Davis will arrive from FSCW to-
n
aura Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump spent a daughter; Alice firleryl. on" Sat
Ie Wednesday where day and will attend the Home- the weekend In Lloyd with urday Oct. 5. Site was named -
.nter a hospital for ob- coming festivities at the University 223.65
and Mrs. Wm. H. Thomson.
and treatment. She of Florida. Mr'l IN: fllKTIT: COt'RT, HHAUfOHll'OI
bliss Louise VM, KLOIIIIi.Al' n .MAN.
mpanled by her daugh-. Mrs. Mae Edwards is visiting Snyder fKKY.Urnnvllle. t .
panied by Mr. and Mrs Large xqiwre mirror (PlateOlaw ; .
C. M. Phillips and Mrs.' Mr. and Mrs. Elbert M. Edwards Lee Bravura. I'lnlnllff
in. In Daytona Beach this week. I Fore of Green Cove Springs spent vs Case. Klila Nn. Jane 5154.OItlER llrasura, Dftf rulrtnl. ) I>u..l proof drawers +

Mrs. E. J. Dowling have While there she underwent an appendix I :Saturday: in Gainesville. OB1 PUBLICATION --C.'nt..r Drawer Gulden.
Mrs. L. A. Davis spent the first ANI NOTICB TU Al'I'KAH wh-ctloni. :
from a 10-day vacation operation in Halifax Hos- 8TATK" OP FLORIDA to: Mm.tUla \1110 many other
i relatives in Pompano pital. of the week In St. Petersburg aa Jane BfRnure, whuna. r"Hlil<*nc.

South Florida towns. Carr Colley of Hollywood. Flor- the guest of Mrs. Edward Cun- and Laurel address Delaware.You U: 3(16) 4th Street ,

L. Anderson left last ida spent the weekend with his ningham. I are required to appear on WINDOW SHADES '

spend two weeks with parents Mr. and Mrs. W. A Mrs. G. L. Patten and son. November named Court 18, and ItMfl.Cause In II,.lie wherein above

r, Mrs. W J. Johnson Colley. George, of Jacksonville are spendIng plaintiff ....k. dlv"r(>o. Bradford 36x6
this week ,with Mrs. Patten's County Telegraph hall publish thin
Dora Bur- For
Mrs. home
mother portraits see T. II. Order In next four weekly. limuea. .. .. ,
me, Ga. Osborne. See ad on page 4. mother MrS E. E. Canova while Witness my hand and official
Mr. Patten lit attending to business Heal at Starke, Florida, till October 3.15
Dr. A. V. Covlngton director 17, 1948. ..'.. Metal Bed LAMPS .
and Woodrow In Miami. A..1. Thomas,
Thurman senior I OFFICIAL SEAL)
New sanitary officer Bradford Mrs. F. II. Long spent the past An Clerk of said Court.T. .. .. .. ,.. ...
County
king .
i two weeks in Jacksonville with Frank T.nndrum Btark: Fla.
Health Department were In Miami Atty for Pit. 10-18 4t 11-8 38.35
i Portable Record Players 25.95 to
Beach the first of the weeks her son-in-law and daughter Mr. --

Pecan where they attended the annual and Mrs. Richard Thede. IV! CIRCUT"COl'RT Blt l>PORI .- ...
ed's ; 4'Ol'avt. FLOIIirMl'. as CHAN- .- ,.
and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins
Judge -
Florida Public Health Association (101'Y. ,vfi -

convention.Mr. I will attend the Homecoming foot Hilda. Long'Lriiwrenc Hippie,SI'\pl.I'lnlntlff... Defendant vi.Howard Natural Finish CEDAR CHESTS = 47.96

Cracker and Mrs. Fred Hafer Jr., '' ball game in Gainesville Satur- Cane Nn. 51I.i' Beautifully Constructed
of St. day. While there they will be ORDER OF PUBLICATION With Tray 1)ealgnedExpertly

Petersburg were visitors of Adkins' ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR .. ,.. ., .. ...
the Mrs. slater p
Behold Necessity Sunday at the home of Mr. and guests STATIC OF FIA>./ ir'A to: Mr. r 4 4' .. .. P'
Mrs. R. J. Davis. Mrs. J. L. Briggs, who Is house Howard Lawrence Hippie. whoseresidence
I mother at the Phi Delta Theta, and addrese In: 31 Clark BLANKETS COMFORTS HEATERSThese
shell with- Mr. and Mrs T J. Griffin attended Htreet Harrington Delaware
>ves the funeral iraternity house. I You are required to appear on items Be to buy white they are available
services for Mr.
reaking the meat. For wedding portrait are T. II.OMborne. November 18, 1946 Inthe alinve. named are scarce sure ,
.
Griffin's nephew, William Griffin court and cause, wherein plaintiffHeeka
: .. .. rrfr r f rjrfM r-f i* f r'
*
inywhere, no clamps In New Beach See ad on page" 4. divorce.1 Bradford County ff ff f ffr f f f f+ ff4KflfirffM- -
Smyrna yesterday .
It*. Adjustable to afternoon. I Mrs Bette Green of Dublin.' Telegraph next four ahall weekly publish lemt this.e.WltneitH OrderIn WE BUY & SELL GOOD USED FURNITURE Contact Vat -
.
Ga.. Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. hand and official sect!
'ze. Easy to oper- GOSPEL TABERNACLE, L. D. Vining. at 19411.Htarke, my Florida, 'thin s October IT .... .. ,. .- ,, ... ... ......,.+.,.w.

STARKE.-Morning Worship 11 A.I j Mrs. T. H. Slade of Baxley Ga.. (OFFICIAL SISAL) *A. J. Thomas IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER: AT .
A Clerk of aid Colirt.
of *
4.25It M. Bible School 3 P. M. Evening was the guest Sunday night
T. Frank andrum, Burke, Fla.
Service 7:43: P. M. Evangelistic her sister Mrs. T. T. Long. I Atty. for Pit 10-18 4t tl-S Denmark Furniture Co.
H.
John
Brotherhood Monday 7:30: P. M. '' Earl Johnson of Metter. Ga.. ---

On, Display It Bible 7:45 P. M.j will spend the weekend here with IN! rinrriT roi'nr. un'nFonn
Study Tuesday : '
I ( 0 11'II"\, Pl.OUIUAl It IIIA\-: : STARKE. FLAB
Children's Bible Hour, Wednesday his family. CKHV.Frank PHONE 151

BradfordIfdwafe 3 P. M. Ladies Prayer Meeting, Friends of Jesse Alexander will Patricia' 10 Blackman Blackman Defendant, Plaintiff. ,Caau VH.

[ Thursday 3 P. M. Evangelistic be glad to learn that he has returned No. SI2lt' - . ._ . --
-- -- - "- -- .. .. "
.
Service Friday' 'l:43: -P. M. rmipl- to his hmne -here- after ORDER: OF WTU.ICATTON 10'
ANI) NOTICE TO->APPEAR
Co. rational Youth Meet; Saturday spending two weeks In 8TAT1S Of KtXJIUrtA to PatriciaPluckinan *
whoso reside,'*, and ad.flr..R .
7:45 Communion first .
P. M. every Hospital.Mr.
Dresses
In: 602 1 Hlnnelln, Richmond
m. Carlisle Owner Sunday morning. Mr.: and Mrs.J. and Mrs. Ralph Boyland of California.You' Robbins'Ladle s
'
T. Quigley Sponsors. I Washington D. C., spent Thurs are required 'to appear onNovember
I 18, 1940 In the ntiuve nam- .
day night with her grandparents ed Court' and cause, 'wherein plaintiff 5.95 :
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Colley. They aeeki divorce. Bradford County ,16.80to
Telegraph hall publish. this OrderIn -
had been enjoying a visit with her neat four weekly Iniitiea.WltneHn to II ., ,:
parents Mr. and Mrs. S. Glllenple' my hand and official Heal
branch of at 'Ktarke. Florida, thin October u.. nn II
Every of Fort Meade. and were return- 16. 1946. 19.95 27.95

ing to the nation's capital.Mr. I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas .. .. ,

and Mrs Junius M. Smith A* Lucille Clerk of C. said(Conner Court.I'y I>.. C. Sizes 9 52 .. ..u.. Sizes 9 52

INSURANCECONSTANT and Mrs. H. C. Brown spent Tues William I>. Morgan,. Fifth "''norCI..rk
Bldv. Juckmrnvllle. Florida, .. ..,. p,
Mr. Smith attended -
day in Gainesville. -
Atty. for Plf. 10-18 4t 11-8
a the Rotary luncheon while _
iv rinniT COTHT. I M'I>FOHI)
UAOfLITV Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Brown (rOtTXITV FLOItlUAt 11! CHAN.:: ALL I

SERVICE law visited and Mrs.sister.Brown's Mr. and brother-In-I Mrs. Glen A.CKRf.Lawrence

OVER 50 YEARS T t HNE F T Duke. 5131.ORDER OF Pt'BpOATION

Miss Sara Barefoot will attend I AND NOTICE TV. ,APPEAR
the Homecoming festivities In STATE; OF FLORIDA toy Era: ,A.
weekend and while, UaucR who. and addree .
Gainesville this l et< 1214 Eigktk'Str.et N; E., Ladies SPECIALLadies
C. FIRELIFE there will be the guest of Mr. and W..hliu toH, i) C. ;I IS
WALL AGENCY Joe DevUn.i I are required to,' appear on '
Mrs. NoJ'b IS, 194, I In the abovenamed LADIESPrint
i Andy Adklns. University of Court and cause wherein
r Florida law student will attend plaintiff' seeks divorce. Bradford wealers. SLAX
Please Phone 146LASSIFIED County Telegraph nball publish thl.
I Homecoming activities at the Dresses
the Order In next fimr-r weekly issues
Citadel In Charleston S. C.? this I Witness my hanij and official All Styles
ALL
I neat at Htarke, Florida till October SIZES
weekend. He Is a graduate ofthe 1H. 1948. and Colors I
Citadel. (OFFICIAL, SEAMA. J. Thomas, Sizes 9 to 52 .
: I II 4 95
B.I Aa Clerk of laid Cfurt.Ily .
Mrs.I. M. Brownlee MrS! S. l.u<*.lll.. C. Conner, I>. <*, 3.< 5
Brownlee. and Mr. Earl Johnson Xnrti H. Douglas. It!>x 411, (lanes) 3.38 to
I '
vIII., Fla.. to
and small on, Holt spent Sun- Atty. for Plf. 10-W 4t 11.8
In Gainesville with, 7.95
afternoon 5.95
day
Mlwcloimry utrnwberryplants. s tv ('Iilel'IT'COt'HT, nu"i>F'OniCOUNTY. .
8AL.E- '' SEE THIS BARGAIN
CR FARM, CITY ANDS FOR Look like necond runn"re. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Canova. V..OH.UA 4 II CHAN.Huanle : -

PROPERTY By bed Dr IhouMand. AI..fO a 32.1 1 Col. and Mrs. J. W. McNeer I'Itj I l'RItY.<' nfrkemon Rrt.....ll. Plaintiff, 4

box* oIO'niarHVurvE"'TniiVWCamp. Tampa were guests Wednesdayand vi. John Draioell, I>een Up 10-4 Thursday of Mrs. McNeer's No. 8130 ,


TROUT SELLA ESTATE REAL FOR. RENT known-Store as D building.., formerly 'sister'I i McNeer, Mrs.was ,enroute M. F. Brown.to Ft. Cull,,, HTATE AND OUDFR NOTICE OF OF.FIAi PfTSLtfAION TO'APPKAR IrA to: JohnBraneell. I I Ladies Skirts STYLES ALL 4.95 to 195MEN'S |

whose residence. !is Unknown *
u..t aeyMlaer mt roe.ernpertr. _- "aMhlnRlon \\ nKr 5sS N. C- Mrs. McNeer remained fal'l ,. -

I.. Rae_.d. .ver._ Little Store' old Ul I a few days' visit, here.!' 1, You are requlredrllo), appear onNovember
or .
Home* F" rm In the ab..v.n.n.
111.- IH4II
II.,.... f'ei .11 ...... .k. Mrs. S. T. Dell Hr.' of Gainesville .*.. Oodr*"!.and >emuiwwber
sea IIMIiB.REALTY. l ':"- -No quantity and her daughter Mrs. Howe plaintiff eeks.divurcSBradford
OCT AGENCY too mall or too 'la rge.. -J21 'r..m. I Howe County Teleirraph shall publlHh this i MEN'SSLAX
and grandson )
I
10-n "" Moredock
Ave,. Order In next tonr4weekly leiiuee. '
""","ite.! Locally By pie !I Edward, of Miami were guests Willi.... my hand and nfflrlal eenl. BLANKETS

HOIXINGSWORTH FINE MISSIONARY Mtrnwherry pht"HKrOMH'" for KUNVKR al.-. Tuesday afternoon of Mrs. J. M. at 1946 Htarke,. Florida tWl.! l October 1., HATS

18 So. Walnut St. :; miles west Sf Theresa on Brownlee. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas

old One Hampton. highway.-,0 1.1 McKlnn.y. 2tp- Miss Garnlta Hutto returned Hy A. Clerk Lucille.of(laid!. Conner.Court r>. C. 3.45 Size 72x84 7.00

ROES' of all kinds reno- j home Sunday after upending! a Zin-h M Douglass, Han 411 I. Oalneavllle -
'lrnlture
'h Drop upholstered u" a c"rd-and FOR al.tCOWlfrshawith: :: : :, r,=rl. week In Birmingham Alai as Atty., for Fla Pit .. 10.141 11>I to 8.95 to 14.95
rS MATTRESS CO. Sox ; : ,. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. C.
Hamp'on.Fla.
-ilk.. Fla tt fc. UCiT"b"tdenbau.h. IIPley ALL COLORS
Dawkins.

'E-.I welts all lineal flr.. econ, run-I I Miss Susan Wallace attendedthe CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION
.
"''ie.' liability, and llf.. FOR MALE-Miselon'ary' V State WCTU Convention in
for four Iniuranc need nor. 1 mi. north or L '' Wednesday and Thursday. 6.95 to 14.95
walnwrlght' Jr., 131 East Strickland' 1w- Tampa and
Smith MEN'SSWEATERS
'et I'hon 154. tf on Road 13. I I Mrs. Homer C. I
and Mr. IN BOOTSOX
mou.e-polored mare daughter. Shirley Ann ,
f-e--tJanary; : linger hen REWARD for "ronk..r all of Lavrtey. were '
'arMr.: .. Cone.- Rt. *, mul.. Last Aew.nnwrBht.? t** Delia Norman I
It "ta.k. 1Q. 3tp vl, lnlty.-.1. ItP shopping in Starke Tuesday. j I II


'I.e. wr 10.roollfurnl.h.d land and I,'FOR 226 RENT atarke._ ._room house near S. I I Cpl.leave Florence from Reeve Hollorahan, on terminal General -- to 8.95:
rrJ. pecan larket.-Apply 333 [Boots 16" 12.9|

J 'II.< .k.hrubb'-olley.west.ry,Bog of a court-bath I Cherry Farmers. 8!. lip her! Hospital.!' brother N., R.Y.J.. was Gomes a guestof over 69c

a18t5. ModelBlandlng A. Ford
; .
FOR IIALP"-1930_ Center the weekend.Mr. '
pickuP t.uck. ltD and Mrs. T. F. Hutto. Mr .|
'RAfE: Call $1.

Iti.?,"'ff.' *boom h FOR*" bucket; excavating.RENT-with- I, Oaragn BALF.-2 E. corn.fatt..ne" 100.Hon."r ...-of U Shellie S. }Hall}utto,and O. P.Master Hutto. Mrs.', Come In And See Our ManROBBINS' Bargains! ,

in'" krectton of utruct-' FOR mlth. 2 mi. north I
Wells
C $ liP visited Mrs. M. C. j
; exoeedlnir t ton: on Road 13.FiNn Kinney
Irm.1, '11..t. D. \V. Poole.' Law! in Jacksonville last Friday. I USE OUR
'i the Springs. Re*. 2nd runnerstrawberry and
qrl lr7 11.IOS.\RY Fred Holly
and Mm.
494. tf SJ >f-J kMCKlnnSY. : Mr. I
planU. of Rutledge. Ga. I CONVENIENTLAYAWAY
rr'FLtYED' 1 mL eat 0' yhereasaon daughter Judy;
",'",i, d Starke.from Marked farm I old H..mpton. were weekend guests of Mr. and l PHARMACIST

I a M.r half. crop one .ar; RENT 2.hedronm Mrs. W. G. Halle. / J G
lurk and ANTED TO old.....{-allapt.
upper and un- m< T. F. Hutto movedto
...nehlld and Mrs.
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Phone -
kt..tn..! whereabout 141. ask for Marple Jacksonville Monday and are FORMERLY STERNBERG'S PLAN
r.r 1 John, Stark It .. ran... In .nod at 1726 Buck- Service
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Mrs. C. P. Cowenin I business.
M. R visiting Mr. and
. 0 C . S S S Holmes Mrs. H. W. Ross Mrs. | special beauty. At the end of the were with Mr. and Mrs. until Gainesville Tuesday. Ottis
Holmes from Wednesday Graham McKlnn-v
W. E. Feajfle, Mr. Bryan Whit. Mrs. Griner served a salad SPent]
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games Friday of last week. AccompanyIng Mr. and :Mrs. R. R. Andrewswere I end With theb
State Farm Mrs. T. W. Strickland. Mrs. tl'II"lvea,
field
towels were
In Contract I
course. .
them was Mrs. H. VV. Ross in Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. Ity Mrs. John McK'nneyITr. : Mr. and Saltl la
O. B. Thompson Mrs. R. II. Ty- 1 Mn
given to Mrs. J. M. Hembree and who will make" extended stay invites this I p (II
Mr*. Bryan Whitfield an Blanche Brown
ny Hon, MrH. Lawrence Du ger. Mrs.R. 5 5 5 0 5 5 5 5 5 5 C were
Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde for high with Mr. and Mrs. Holme attend the "J
. S.C. . . A. Markham, Mrs. E F. Red- to community to revival// and Mrs. Carl Broughton SnerMrT oJl !
W. Mrs. and second high score, respectively Mrs. G. E. Crews spent Monday: meeting now in progress at Sardis I fault
ding. Mrs. O. Kngram,
2MISCEUJINEOCS f SHOWER : I and children were visiting relatives Sun.Jay In th1
and In "bingo", the prizeof Wednesday Hampt"n
C. H. Cope Mrs. A. W. Bates, with Mr. and Mrs.. E. H. demons Baptist Church. It began I
Mrs. G. E. Crews and Mrs. W. Mrs. R. W. Brannen Mrs. Lester stationery went to Mrs. C. M. In La Cromte. a.Mr. night and will continuefor In Macclenny ..Sunday.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. John

H. Williams a mlxcellaneous Turney. ten days with the Rev. Ray I : and Mrs. Ernest DavIs of were Vistag! Mr. **1
gave Dobbs and Mrs. Lonnie Durden. f .. J. :S. Sunserl,.,and Mrs. Jim and -
shower at the home of the former from the Farm's recent Williams and sons, Pat and Ken. Y. Walden of Lake Butler aa Jacksonville were guests of 'his Parrish Sunil" afternoon.11.
BlltTIOJA'fl P.RTYMr. News The Rev. L. A. parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. J, Davis I Mr. and Mr.
Friday evening In honor ol Mrs.J. plane travelers tells of their safe ney of Montgomery,,Ala.t arrived guest speaker. Louise lIUl Cain
and Mrs. J. Q. Caldwell Mra Shepherd Is pastor of the church. last weekend. have
destinations.Mr. Wednesday to visit Mr. and bought
with at Iht
H. Hundley who Mr. ; arrivals, respective Elm
place
In
complimented their daughter, W. O. Engrain.' :Mr. and Mrs. Friends and. relatives of Roy Mrs. Nellie Womble and children Graham
reached -
Hundley will move to Draper. i and Mrs. C. O. Partney
Peggy on the occasion of her schedule Engram and family andtheir Tomlinson are glad to know that of Cairo Ga., were weekend Bobby SUtI'ency of
November. Texas
N. C., In Noteworthy Lubbock, on Tllllpi
among the flower arrangements thirteenth birthday with a partyat though they encountered unfavor- guests enjoyed a trip to St. Augustine he la home after having his appendix guests of her brother-in-law and here last week on buslnfIJ. I

their home Friday evening. Mrs. Sunday. removed in the Gainesville slater, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wynn.Mr. .
was that of late summer blossoms able weather from Dallas on.
With attractive Halloween fav- I and Mrs. A. T. Andrews of
in pastel shades on the white Partney entered Lubbock Memorial -, Rev. and Mr. L. A. Shepherd hospital. iiiiij
ors and Tithonla and October Sapp' is also back at Starke and Mr. and Mrs H. M.
E. A.
her Detroit
mantel with the lovely effect enhanced Hospital soon after ar- returned Thursday from

by Its mirrored reflection. daisies they captured the theme rival. They were joined In Lubbock Mich., where they attended the home after spending some timeIn Wasdln were business visitors to

In amusing and appropriate con- of the month' exciting holiday by their little daughter.Kay Prison Congress. Rev. Shepherd the Lake City hospital.Rev. Gainesville Saturday. CRYING FOR M H.|

In the living and dining rooms collaboration and Mrs. D. --A Greek of Mrs.',Herbert Howard of MouU
tests Mrs. J. M. Bradley and Mrs. who had .been with relativesIn made an address there on the because of

J. A. Cole, Jf., a. 'prize winners. where the junior guests Assembled San Angelo for some weeks. of the work of the I Jacksonville filled their regular trie, Ga., was visiting her parents resUon 7 .JQ'I Constipation or fluitt

were awarded novelty dishes. The to'theopening of the gifts and Mrs. A. M. Rlcharde ha written prison Chaplain with that of the appointment at Long Bridge Mr..,and ')..11'1I" E. T. Young btoBteli witi.: Ilas.feej biV.; .. .

honoree received 'lovely gifts' and fur the serving of the traditional that after leaving Jacksonville Parole Board. While away Rev. Christian Church Sunday morning last week. 8I'Ouchy burden you may be headldll 11Utt1 LI:
a
following their presentation little birthday cake and ice cream. Mills about noon she arrived In Detroit. I: and Mrs. Shepherd made a short and night. They were dinner Mr. and Mrs. Bill dais and digested food on Your Itver. Re

Misses Patricia Ann Willard and June Caldwell assisted her parents Mich., at 62; that afternoon.Mrs. stay in Canada and en route guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Mrs. I* E. Hatllff were business blUeS toxins becomes which PUIrtIIC

Carolyn Crews IIItrve
and individual cake,. Other* who hours ou t.door games afforded children,, Jane and Henry, to the jarenta in Rlnggold, Ga. and Mrs. D. C. Nettles and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Graves of tired Then liver Is by the IrlUnir time to re:Iet

were Invited to participate In this fun. Those present were Helen Jacksonville airport so that they Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen son Elbert, Mrs. D. .J. Nettles Sampson attended church here nature Sweep the putreflCU"C'ot:

courtesy were Mrs. P. S. Crew. Whitfield, Carolyn Bradley Betty I could watch their granamgth an.4 Miss Pauline Brannen were and Mrs. A.. A. Sweat. ere shopping .- Sunday. | Stomach partially digested molter Irou

Nrll, Charlie Sellers, Miss Mildred Williams, Peggy Feagle Deloreaj',I leave ()" th. plane and of real .dinner guests at noon Sunday of in Lake City Saturday.: Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Melton Just like rood and inteatinea old Nothj1

d. Ann Wainwright Irma Jean Cod and Mrs. Gerald Adklns and family of Waldo attended rected. 100 calotabautu
Hundley, Mrs. W. StrlngfeUow, ,! interest to them was her account Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Beasley In Mr. and at JOur
win Jimmie Moncrief, Mary Rivers of Hampton were church here Sunday.
children
,
Mrs. Tom Conners Mrs. M. R. of the plane'' going above the Lake Butler. and
Stubblns, Jane Rlcharde, Frances I visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kelly John McKinney and D. D. Johnson I Take CALOTFLORIDA
clouds, of the beauty and fascination Miss Mildred Hundley is now at
QUICK RELIEF fROM Caldwell, Dewey Thornton, J. And family Sunday.Mr. were in Gainesville Friday on
of the view and of ita really home with her parents, Mr. and

Symptom* of Distress Arising...... W. and Raymond Jimmie Walker Godwin Ken. "sailing high" by serving turkey Mrs. J. H. Hundley, having come and Mrs. J. 1-!. Caaon of

neth Tyuft, with all the trimmings for dinner. last Wednesday upon completionof Starke apvitt Sunday afternoon

STOMACH ULCERS. "Sonny" Engram, Harold Godwin Mrs. Rlcharde is visiting her son her Red Cross work at ..t.. with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrews LIVRA

DUE TO EXCESS ACIDrr..Bo.kT.us.ni.s.T.at.utthat I Bill Nail and Henry Rlcharde. and daughter-in-law Mr. and McClellan Annlston, Al .. and children. TONE

BRIDGE CLUB MEETING Mrs. William Rlcharde In Detroit. Mrs. J. C. Wallace\ returned Mills Cozette Sapp of Jacksonville -

Mast Hel|)er It Will Cost You Nettling Mrs. M. E. Griner wall hostessat Mra. Martin Griner, Jr., and home Sunday after having visitedMr. spent Wednesday night and T'dB nt net Pep-Up LAXATIVE :That 8al

Ovwr two million bottle of WILLARD last week's meeting of the lIOn Martin 3rd., spent several and Mrs. R. A. Wells in Thursday with her parents Mr. /leaYou'U

TUB ATM JCN T navo boon fold for relIef of with Mr. and Mrs. Martin and Mrs. E. A. Sapp.
entertaining Jacksonville
arm ptomaofdlatnwoarlalnc from5teeeesJs State Farm Bridge Club days for a week. enjoy the amazing results FlOrida

sad 0.d.ei.I Wee m duo to KB****A M- at her home Thursday Grlner,. Sr, this. week. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Eastham Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Roberts and Uvra Tone produces. It may be jUst What

Pa.r mmmmu.DIiddJ..s HMibursfe.lM.n, or U.._ -,,., .5. afternoon. Bowls of mixed Fall En route from Tennessee. to former Farm residents now at children of Lake Butler had sup- you neaa to relieve that ajowed-*>vm

|due to boo** AoM. Hold, on 1 day*' trlafl flowers were placed to advantageIn Capt Cole's new assignment in Palatka, were Sunday tea guests per with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. An. feeling. dull headaches bloated stomach,

AsK apUlas for "WIII'!-'Imeall--_'. MnaoaV-lro -which*, fully the dining room and living New York City, Capt. and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier. drews and children. and nervous Indigestion caused by con.

KOCH imUO STORE room and there were roses of J. A. Cole and son, Jimmie, 3rd. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Nettles \, : fltlpatlon.feel Get your bottle now and ex.pect.to .
weekend in Ratford S grand within a few boun,
-- spent the
El. H. Cox were Mr. and Mrs.
WOTICB OF IUICTIOOJWfflCRA Ow c.n.*.. .. Tax**. kv Amandin fH The LeglaUttir an>H at Out L..w. with Mr. and Mrs. A. 'A. SweatH. -
Th. Laadalalur SI .... .action II and IS .. JirUalo Via .. tbaCnoattkrtaoa tall. Beeeion of 1HT. and tram ..... W Ralph Cox and daughters of Live '- *-.Trodg-Ktark :CBUQ AND SONDST SToiAdeeti.
.ndar th. CouUtutlMi' ""* & .. .* the .* In* auto of florIda .. Imo thoreeltor enact law xpoeUytnalpawor Oak and Mr. and Mrs. Enice C. Rouse of Jacksonville
I Jta aooiutlona Adopt at tha Oooaral HotJo oi N.- the *. functiona. dutlee and earn wife
5ocid.. did weekend with his
.tat.SI poo the
.... .. Tax Collector ....... Sradshaw and children of Penney spent
nropotnB *mondn an.. ** lit. ....... 144. said Aanandmont to _Uoa County
Constitution o* the otato of alorU*. ana vMo lbs JIe.JfWIob- ol Brtlon salad In paragraph. t ef this Section is, Farms. and children.Mr. ....
U ol Artlal VUX .. tho Contl- and shaM -... provide for lbs eollection >
tha win* w.. umd to fcy a vote olMUMMUM 11 and and Mrs. Jay. Moody madea
.f ell tho numbon olot4to biSon W th* Btato W florida a* Adoiitad ear*, ouatody reporting and diebunamant S-Sgt. and Mrs. Jack D. Brad.
.... boiuor that tho *oo mid at lbs Oonanl Ladies ha rtotnBr, ef aU tax** collected ov KM business trip to Tampa Monday. Rom where I
faint aoaoluUao wr ojtr4 pan .*.., sad to Aa m.. llo i 11 and IS County Tax cou:: _. ley were overnight guests of Mr. and CamIlla sit...fy Joe Marsh
daughter 0I
., Arttalo Vin W lbs OonMMntlaai I Jay Moody ,
Jiolr .... u. Journal with the ya 0 and Mrs. J. M. Bradley Wednes.
and nay. ....* and thor 4M .. ** th5 StatS .. J'\oeIda\ asid to ProvIde that 4 Jane George Johns and Ver-
nlno and lUnd that lbs Mid JointBaaaluUon In u.. County .. 55UhaboIsugb. .155. 01no.t4a. HOtm JOTNT wcaournort: MO. lie day enroute to Tampa where Sgt.
W rubmlrMal to h. ..-. .. Ceuall' Tat Aa.-r ..5cMAssus A JOINT 01.UTlOM Proposing so nell Moody made a business trip
.t .... SUM at Ito Conor EUetloo a* tile Propasty SI lbs C...... for Amendment to Article XVI. of the eo.- Bradley is stationed at MacDill to Thomasville, Ga:, Saturday.Mr. (
Ifo..m" ICIL lbs mar.45 e'l' Issytag .. .. County. rtltuUon of the SUM ef Florida. By Field. Want a Vacation
WOWTietFOH*. !. L 01U.... ehooU and MunldoaJluo" In lbs County Adding; Thereto An Additional Section 5.ProvIde and Mrs. Alvin Kite and
5.crstaI7 ot BUt ottli* .. ol florlda, of HUlaborougn Bxoevt ho City of PUnt for the Appointment by a Cue- Thursday of last week Mr. and with Mr.and .
do honor .lvo Mil*. tht S City: florida which Shall bo Kxampt:: current Resolution ol the SenateBOUM and Mrs. J. O. Randap had as over- children spent Sunday : : from Marriage? '
O'ItHIaALILIICTIOH: : ..... lbs Provhlana of tate Amondnunt.axe .. Rapraaentatlva ef s Dlreetoo Mrs. Raleigh Dennlson and
wffl fco nM to oaafc aunty In florIda T Levied v.- .ta... County. .f the Budget and to Authorise lbs Logw-t night guests Mr.' and Mrs. Richard
Tuesday ..*. ...*.-4In. tho a.... bounty ncbool School DMrlcta. lturo to Fieattlbe hla Power and] family of Raiford.Mr. .
Uondar la Hovmbar A. D. a.-. lb.a.14 School DUtrlcti and lbs Dutlaa. OuaUflcaUoiw and Trm of O*. Pierce of Meridian, Miss. and Mrs. Harold Shiver and
Tuant.y h.lng lb.rrrril :lunlclDIIIIU. .l lbs County Except: the a... Mrs. J. H. Hundley. Miss Mil :Alvin Blake went sooth on Us vacation body to cook for. She wu, .tat u
: Florid.. n IT rUESOt-VTO BT Till U: rSTJUTVR frs Frank Merritt were visiting
DAY 0? OvaDlut City of Plant CKy I ,
tor .... ..tltI..U .. MfMilo of lbs SI IT njupLVim BY Till IXOVIA* OF Till STATS OF FLOMDAt dred Hundley. Mrs. W. H. Wil- in Jacksonville Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .for fishing,and left hi* wire AI, when he barges him

Mid Joint RMoluUiM pro1nI AB>.B4- TIll OF TIDI STATl: OF rUDRIDAl I That the following Amendment to Article liams and Miss. Betty Williams Missus to enjoy a vacation from the week ahead of time. tad slit tl oK
starts to Ui. CauUtutloa o< .... SU That lbs followIng Amendment elArtlelo XVI .. the Constitution ol .... But Cleo Andrews and Mr.
SI florida *UtBf vm el lbs ConstitutIon ol KM at florida, 107 .4.11mg tIIentc so Mdltianat spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Blanche Brown attended the corncob pipe clothes a heap and cries for gratitude.("Felt Uw am
SUto .. Florida reUtlvo to .. Anaameol ..otlon to to known as ls.0osto oloB the "
; and Colloctwn ol an tax** tn lbs $hs santa ii ksrsby = to Reese Bradley In 'Jacksonville. At Teachers Meeting in Starke last oa harmonica. way myself; sass AL)
I AT* *JOIN RMOt-trnOM HO. 181 County ol Rmobo......... Stats og Florida shall :' subntltt.d to lb. .= SI the that time young Clinton Bradley
A JOINT HXSOLimON PrapMtnt MiAai by ne-Numberlng Section II adoptolst ..... of Florida lor rotinaatloa or re- Thursday.We First few days :Martha enjoyed From where I lit, theme difftrinces
ndm.fit to lbs ConstitutIon ol thuu lbs QeneraJ election ef ':ao a* toanak JootIu..* general election for ...... returned to his home after having are filling 15 Junior Red It house neat and
o< Florid, to bo known u ArtteloXX. It reed Section 1* of Article VIII onUUvoo to be .bold IA the you I***. been here with his grandparentsFor quiet, top back of habit and opinion
IndIana i and S. Tbcnat. lUUitlmto 01 the Constitution .,? the State ol Plo u follow Cross boxes this week In school.C. oa the toothpaste no morning mess whether they have to do with ton.
tho Consolidation.. AbolishIng oc Crootln ida. and by Amandins Section 9 olArUoleVni BCTIOrf: *. Th. Legl.lature atoll br a week.J. B. Andrews and eon See-
at CcrUla County "0i'wt..1 of tho ConaUtntlon lbs law provide for a Director ol the Budget._ .- M..-Bradley..visited relativesIn from Alrin's midnight snacks (Al's cob pipes, a glass! of betr,or 1J
Aa..anwnt and CoUoetlon But* al Florida, .. adopted at th. Oex- who haU lie appointed by a ooncurronireaolutlon ber Doyle Sand Kirby Crews and to- beer"at
'1'.... bjr County Tat pmel.K.! In Oru aral Election: tat No..__. of IM toaa of the anita and HOUM .. Jacksonville 'last.week.end. Lake partial a bit of.cheese. and ing the harmonica, teem I nIght!
at
the
County. norMl. and Providing( for " ndum Klwitlofui far A_t'noo or j. /HI ol lbs Conetttutlon of the Stat ef with other provlalona .. this Oor*. livestock market Thursday after-
jMtlon ol asp Last or Laws Buiotid by Plaids. sod to .,...ud. lbs City .. Plant atltution proacrlb hi* rower and dutlea.provide 5 5 5 S S .r. 5 S 5 C end they art, tootCopjTifht !
.. .th of the week
lh. t.(l>l>turo ol the suu of Florid City froth Mid Amondmenti B. and th* los hi* uaUfloallon and .1.11w noon. ; she.
.. Pre'd'. la paid. ............. 'Ajnondollowlnc am. lahereby agreed to and anal boubmlttod ol office, the length ol which shall bo began to fidget: couldn't even read
....t.. .. tho factors: ol lb. Btateol wholly wltnln lbs dlerretlen of the Leg New River Stapling machines Scotch tape, 4
sB 1'1' UAOtV1IO: IIY Till UX1ISLA. Florid for Ratification .. Rejection ....Iur. and shall not bo limited br .... the Clarion,It looked BO tramnased ididn't
fuitS or Till BTATK: OF FLOIUDAiTh.r at .... General Blictian to bo bald\ onho tIes '. Article< XVI el toe ConrUtuUoavAmvndmoat paper punches, all types account! have
ho .......4m.... to the tint Tuoiday after the lint atondayBCTIOM tty The 'school books binders and any appetite with no
onrtltuUoaArUelo .. florIda. to b. known u Is "__, 18411 e > ring many
XX. ._...... t sod. .. u..r.... l" .. From and sitar January COMMl'M"d $ 5 5 5 5 C S S a a other Items at the Bradford
rl*Un< to tho ...".olld-' ..... aWUhlng 5. ISte, lbs County Tax Aaeeeao* olaUIaborouak VaTTrUTV't. 1946, United Statet Brcuen luw'SiilIE'
and or..tln ., ..rtst* County .# ...* County shall aiaeia all fOJtMom COMMUNITY SUNDAY SCHOOL County Telegraph. ,
and for MHUmont and oaUxetlon of mu- proiieny Bute, County. ScftoQ& ot action olttticla OJ The
Blolpal taa M by County tat"eII1surJI In and I I\JoIpo100T ** to b* MrledMllleboreuaa of tne Constitution ol th limIt .. rIo.- Long Bridge Christian
Or ng. County florid*. County by the. S'. Ida. Reutlnif to Appmptatlooat" Church has organized a Community
for ..,.."dum oloctlon for MOopUnco. County County Setiaot Board.JUtrUta .- BB Ft RISpJLVr.5. BY TUf:
.r MjorUon .. *ny I.....f or tawc ........ Specie:) Tax School Dlatrklunlcfoallda aijd wall OFT&l BTATS Of ffSSKXlThat Sunday School with the
by the Leililaturo ol Florida u pnrorloSed SteepS h> its City *f PUntcity. th* fallowing .mond...*..< eg las. fallowing officers:) Mr. Sheppard,
Ib.r.ln., ID* lubmlttoil to th. .uaWI' Florida; which ally: shaft b* ex amp t Hon So. Article m ol the Constitution iithe
ol..,tor .. th* Stat ol runrld for .doptlco front the orovJilena! 9t this Section.i. But ol Florid relating to approprUtlone superintendent; Frank Merritt, important
or nlMtlon. at tho "..l .re rlVtcUo The LegUlanire ahalL at loo |..ef1latlvo *- I* .....b" agr.4 to and then b4mtbngtkd secretary-treasurer; Ben Renfroe
to bo khl to lbs you IM*. Seaalon la 1M MaT trom tlm. to to lbs stacifatl .1, lId liteo'l'IortoSo ,
...-.11. tune thorMfter. enact law rEeelfvlna!. ; tk.0rowora. .d tatifloatlad di refledosIke adult teacher; Mrs. Roan Turner, :
It- duttM and (nmpanaoDan next Oenarel Election f> bo? told UNovember. intermediate teacher
AIlTiCU'"XX.ECMON ol tho "c: Tax Aa *Mor rteel*. A. D. INIII that I* to ; ',Mrs. Shep- to are.
1. Tho LolUlxtur. I* utbor. nated In Paragraoa 1 of Seedon It and Mid. Section 10. AVrtlalo HI of ., ard.. junior teacher; ; Mrs. Joe you .
..d and oiiipaworxl to rro'4o fcy bM* ahaU Ukev/tee provide by tow tor tho atltutlori of th*> Blot. ot nortd*. M7m
class
'.. I.wo OMitod ky It *t Its ........ p.- extenajon on th'' "'Aaaeaamenl Boll of lbs a.pssd" 4 .4 as almond Moody, teacher.; The new -
Hon toIti Hi A. D. 1T. orrauUr at an9 County Tax AaaHiM of all ..... levtad foltowat Sunday -School Win oieet every
MMlon thoroiltor, for th. oonoUtUtlon by the .ta... CaIlD'7L County nehaojBoard. SiCTlOW' HO. Lart staKing fh. apr
.bolUhlB or woUnc :ol *nCounty ; School PtittTcU. Spvclal Tax nnpriaUon for .... _I...* of oubIMotruiala Sunday afternoon 3'oclqck: -: ,
Otflen In Ommo Count?. Florid School Districts and Munle/balltTM: Joeeted and *"mployoo: and all othSxpanao ,;
*. -Id. Ihoro U oxcoptod,? bomtho la lbs County ol HiUaborousk, of lbs Itata ....0 contain Brtxvlalona BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED: ,
... ol .tbla Artiolo judko* ol oil SUM ol Florida, wIth the, exception ol on no other ...b''''' nor ahall aai
oourtti nd to provide for lbs noimionl the City: of PUnt City: which. I* hereby appropriation b* aa IndIanS. ol any otba. About 90 guests enjoyed the
and ooUoctlon I ol aMmletpU ton ondiiminiiili exempt from the provlawaa .. this bUll ell ..... appropriation* *a *pt appnprlatlan hospitality of Mrs. Joe Moody THE and your
ft suits, ol tax offlaor In said County. Any Uw ma II. I. From and after January U... olU**, or olhor political rubdroMonSol :Wednesday night, of last week
........ rMpMtlns the eooioUd.tloa .. I. 1B4*. the County Tax Collector In u.. Stat*, appropriation for permanent when she entertained! In honor of
amtlon ol *ny County OBCM shall pra- th* County o< HlUaboroush.I Stats of tmprovoraoata nd buildings for forthcomingNEW
crtbo tho powort. duilM and oomponutlon. Florid shall collect *u taxaa tovtrd tntho Stats Inaututlon* a* provldod for by lawoenacted several recent birthday anniversaries. .
.. u.. ofOnm d.>l.natd thorola County by tha Bute County CountySchool al lbs IMS Uflalatur or arlo*
to ........ and ..I.h.r.. th* duUM oC Board School fourtrlora.: Special leflilaturea and for panalon. retirement A delicious supper waa CAR YOU'REDRIVING
the olfloM *o oonnlldaUd or _tad: and Tax School Dlatrlcu. and Munldpalltlea funda and truat fund. shall. b* In4l.dd| served on this happy occasion.
any .10- sna.ta4 mpwUns tho I-= of aiUaborough County: Florida. except In *n* cnral appropriation bill oa *n4mndmnt 4k
MUoellon at municipal I u.. of PUnt City. It bo exempt and
In City nd thereto
or rupplament
''and _..... or .lth.r ol lb."'.. by from the provlalona of this Amendment. ahatt be tor no longer thn two) vaaro Mr. and Mrs. M. I* Johns were
:0= tat ofdoon hU piavld for lbs a. The LegUUture; : shall at the Lagla- All apprwrlallofl mad prior I* the]
,, oolUctlns' accountIng for and Utlve. Seaalon of 1M1 and from time to adoption ., thla portion wrilrit are eon-
disbursing .. Mid UXM .ad./. a Monnt time thereafter. enact laws apeclfylns" thoowera. tory t* tho provisions ThIs ctlal Be TreatBronchitis
to ..o pproprlt municIpal. functions, dvtie* end .ompenaaUon atoll. ; axplt aa *l July i: 1547.S Quick
..uth.rIeouatr and for oompMuatkui for of County rax Collector deelgnated -
: toxins' ofl'- for Mrrlca I of BectkM II. and ahaUUkawtaa
In Paragraph *
nndord lncld nt 'h....... That If any provide Sir the collection care.cuatody. -
,uch law roipoctlns tho ron.oildtlonor .. reporting and dUburiament of BOUtS JOINT RBSOl.tmOrt ".. SIC
crooUon of any county oltlcoa I* *oPUd all as.. ...U_ by. lbs County Tax A JOINT RKSOLUTION Proposing anAmendment NOW CHEVROLET
and tatlllod at th. nlorondumolfletlon Cou.._. to Article V .. th* ContU.
haydn provlood .u." law ....U _____ turloa of Florida b; Adding Thereto an .
*f<*otlvo with ......... to "'. ol- Additional Section Relating to the riee- Chronlo bronchiamay develop If
flosS aftMtod. thoroby. on .... tint Tuoo.d tlon of lbs Judge ., the Court el Accord your cough chest cold or acute bronchitis .
.y. .fl.r the tint Mundar In January Not,.. JOINT RISOLUTION NO. SIT In and for Bacambl Counts and too ls not treated and you cannot
of sri? year launodtatalip iuec dln. lbs A JOINT' mtSOLUTION Proponng an Grimly BnlMtnr of said County. afford to take a chance with any medicine .
noral aloctlon had aubsonu to said Amendment to Artlcl Vllt of Uie Cnnatltutloa BE tT RESOLVED BY THE LEOT9TJUTURC
r.l......dum ....-tlon at which lMtara for ol the Stale ol Florid Holatlveto OF THB ITATt OF FLOJUDAlCCnoM less potent Ulan Creomulsion
Pr.>ldl ol the United Statn ar* voted Aaaeaament .1 Property fur Taxeo and L That Article V .* the which goes right 14 the seat of the
for and U any ouch Uw mpwnins lbs the Collection ol Tat,.. by AddIng Conatltiitlcin, of the fUate ot Florid be) trouble to help loosen and expel germ
aMOMmant ana oollctlon of municipal Thereto Additional actions to Provide mended by adding thereto en additional laden phlegm and aid nature to .
tau* and *t.mtmmnu. or lII'I llh.r of thm that In the County: of Bay .1... 01 suction to be known as Sctlon e* of soothe and heal
by. county: tat otflixr accaplad am d Florida, lbs County Tax Aueaaor ahall said Article, relating to tho' election ol raw,tender.Inflamed
ratified at th. "t. .ndum ciwtloa a. Aaaeae the Property ol ,... County for the the Judge of the Court of Rerord In and bronchial mucous membranes. KEEP IT WELL SERVICED REST AssuRED
provided ".r.'". lbs urn. shall bocom Purpoao ot Levying SUM, County School fr Kerambl Count .nd lbs County Creomulsion blends beechwood
ffoctlvo on the tint day. of January and Municipal Taxa Levied b L..nt. Solicitor of ald.. County: end the earn* I* creosote special prooesswlth other by bringing It THAT W E'iL MAKE
mast auecvodlns oucH roitrcndura .1 lection. SUt. County. County School II..by scrawl to, and shall b* ruhmltted time tested medicines for coughs. -
School Dlatrtcta Special Tax School U... to tho elector' al trio State of Florida of' your
SECTION S. Before any Uw deeerlbed tibia end Munldpautlaa of ttto County. for ratification or rejection' it t><* O-> 16 contains no narcotics. to our modem Chevrolet DELIVERY
In u.. preceding eectlon of this Article BB: IT RESOLVCO BY Tilt LKOISLA. eat Election: to b* held on the flretTueediy No matter how many medicinesyou *
hall be of any. force end .rr..,.. It shall TURK OF Tilt: STATS OF FLORID, after til. ...... Monday tn No have tried tell your druggist to Sorvico Headquarter new Chevrolet! |u.t at quickly .5 *
bo accepted and ratified by a majority' : That lbs foUowuuj. Amendment to Article 55mb1545.. a* "' 110"": sell you a bottle of Croomulatora with
j vote of tho qualified elector, ol ,fane VIII at the Constitution ot the SECTION.. Tho Judge ef tho Courtof the understanding;you must like the at regular ImpoitibU' to 9''''
referendum ejectionto H .
'County. Florida. *t a SUM ol Florid relative to Ins Aaaeaa* Record In and for CecambU County it can, although
way quickly allays the
bo sound and held for th* PUTPOMol and lbs ot said County cough per. Jofffc
ment end Collection of all taxM tn the
determlnln whether such law shall .... : State ol Florida by adding ,.. hereafter't.a elected b* the qualifiedlcton mlttinfr rest and sleep.or you Bra to Interval, and gain th.*. practical accurate .ttlmat of delivery
bo aoeepted and ratified or rejected. by :t.-r"d aactlona M to of said otinty *a other vials and have your money Hitlc.: (Adv. Cttt
th* qualified elector alocrlnn el shall Mid. be County bald known aa Section 14 and Section II. be county officials are .,..-ted. Tb. tint advantage: ((1) safeguard your pre*. W.'... getting our fair .hare ofroUt's
Such referendum election of ef
and tho eame la "hereby agreed to and the Judge the Court ofRevord
within ninety day nr th* ..ff.ctit.sdais shall be ...bmIU... to the Blocton ot the In and for Cucamble County end .nt transportation; ((2)) avoid tho bul proJIt $ olI
.... Tho Board of major|
nl output
ol any SicK UM of Florid for ratification or v.1., ot the County Solicitor of said eounty.ahull : eurr ,
County Cenrala-lann shall. provide for tlooj at the general election to be Held be held at the General Election InIM TailorMadeSEAT breakdown normal''s ,vett
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lbs holding ol any ...r.. referendum ejection on the tint Tueaday after the Stat .. to lake office lbs flirt Taeaday which .0 often hit old I still running far below
and node thereof shall be cubllihedb Monday .tax No..__. IM*. u touowxBXCTIOtf after the tint Monday In January. 104*. COVKPS *"
lee t Mid SOUP Board euooaoalvo one weeka each week Immediately for at: 14. |ell From and after for a term of four veen.. Tb term o* car in cold weather; ((3)) save money though Chevrolet built more con
tenure ef office of anrone heretofore .
to th. data of "such election January I. -. the County: Tax AaaataorIn Jxitt*
nwt prior hereafter
or appointed either .
to of by /
the 71 preventing serious **
newapapor of eeneral circulation In the County of Bey Stats of Florida.ahaU oM... "....'" mentioned shall not be ._ trouble and frvdh than- any other moufocfUrrf
=::11 herein otherwtao aueae all property: for ill 'tII,.. .
County. Caoapt ** ,
tended *
hereby. Any tn
provided, lbs law ol tho Stats 0:1e:3 County. School. and Municipal. ..... to of said office _'.11 ocetir vacancy* prior to Ithar said repair bills; and (4)) maintain tho resale 1M qvorfer of 1946. Meo-whil
bo levied -
In tho
County by the Stat..
to the holding ol snrl *'* tint Tueedav ifter lbs tint Monday m .
eover th r.o"'Ia" ot any such referendum County County School Board School ""uur.: 141. ....11 be filled by aooolmmnt value of your car. R.m.mb.r-w."r. slnc.r.Tthanks to for ,.,OIM9
you
any' rucb law Hi all Dlatrlru. Special Tax School Dlatrlcu ay lbs Oevrnor. sad eonflrmatiai cur
be accepted and ratified by UM majority and MunlclpallUea.lit bv th* Senate a. heretofore provided by 'member of America' all"aIlC' *1ot
of elector participating in .Il"' The Leglalature shall at th* ....... th* ConTUnitlon. but In no ..... for any foremost automotive for delivery-find our
referendum election molt Uw bourn UUv Seaalon In 1M1 and from time to longer than until lbs tint Tueedav after ed
nd bo In full force' and effect bu tune thereafter enact Iowa ipeclfytng lbs th* tint Monday tat ".n...". 1B4S and tervic organization; and patience will be wen ee
If *t any eucn election a majority: .. thlector power*, function dutlea and compenaaUon lbs term or tenure ot office ef enyonojappointed your
*, participating therein shall vote of County Tax Aaaruor. doalgaeMd to e'ther' ef saId arftco foe- motorist after motorist will tell !on of tOUR "i. car
galoat the acceptance and ratification la paragraph I of thIs Section 14. arM lbs term beginning In IMT rhll *xt>tee you, when you take po.f.** 51
of "curb --. It .hall bo 11i!nd void nail llkewlte provide br Uw tor tho on aeld' fIrst T ieede. after the Ore CAR-SERVICE AT LOWE
end of no forco and effect envaulng ..._non on tho lieeaament rod ot the Monday In ".auo,.". 1.... All Work Guaranteed IS YOUR BEST giving BIG-CAR QUALITY
board of Mid Coo II' shall .... County: Tax Aleeuor ol (11. ....* levief SECTION B. Any provlalon of
lily. th. remit ol soy. such referendum by the State. County. County School Constitution tn aoailJct herewith la .Her the. WARD SEAT CAR-SAVER. Come In-fodayf COSH
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election to tn. Secretary' ol State within "'. school Dutrl.... Special Tax by. repealed.E .
tan day ._ tho Holding thereof.BOU8X School Districts and munlclpalitlea. -

SECTtOM li ni From sad after TESTTMONT WHERIOF: I bev. COVER CO. C(
I January I. l4e TORODE CHEVROLET
JOINT RESOLUTION NO. VIA tor In the County: of Bar SUM of Flor I Greet Seal of the Stato ot Fiend at OAVS: SEU.ICE STATION
JOINT RaSOLUTIOM proposing am id*. shall collect Ml taxis levied In the Tallahaaare the Capital thIs the lat
Amendment to Artlcl VIII of U.. Con Countf: by tho lltot.' County.. County ot Auguat. A. D. 1.4.. day Phone!' 10 Court* Madtooa SU.
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etltulton of th. Slat of florIda BlUvto Board. School DHIrlcta. Specie" ISBAL R. A. DNA?.
. A_aamnt of Property far Taaee and Tea School BuUicu and ......'CIiN.III_ Secretary el Slate.
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)ampton II'/. M. C. Sweeney In the Mr.Starke Trl-County Mrs.and May Thursday Mrs.Sweeney Teachers'James of last attended Barwick Meeting week. ii: Church & School Guide


.OU'. PARTYIse . . where moved James recently is attending to Gainesville the i Sunday rIr t :: ;

7. Weest five year old University of Florida. :
ter of Mr. and Mra. Gordon Mrs. Clarence Hicks of Jack. _
honored at lovely sonville spent several days last
was Friday afternoont week with Mrs. Russell Dyal. Wm. D. Upshaw At i Methodist Church"The i
party
n'S her mother Mr. and Mrs. A. H. ALL CHURCHES IN BRADFORD COUNTY ARE INVITED TO PLACE THEIR
when Kelsay
week at, her borne.comedlea formerly of Theressa, now have Pine Level ChurchFormer ANNOUNCEMENTS AND NEWS ON THIS PAGE. HOWEVER. TO INSURE I Greatest Business In the k

med were shownTeen an apartment at the home of Mr. INSERTION ON THIS PAGE, COPY MUST BE IN OUR OFFICE NOT LATER World" will be the topic of the 1

using for the little ones by and Mrs. W. H. Griffin. Upshaw, famed Congressman prohibition Wm.advocate D. THAN ,TUESDAY MORNING OF EACH WEEK. morning sermon at'the First I
Cyril Plckren of Gainesville Methodist Church Sunday. The
will speak in a special ser 1
Brown. of Ice cream andy spent Sunday here with his vice pastor, the Rev. W. J. Church .
foments to be held at the Pine Level
friends, Bruce Maxwell and Bert well will base his remarks on
served. Mrs.
cake were | Hinson, Jr. Baptist Church tonight (Friday) Mark 13:10. J
Brown, grandmother of I at 7:30: p. m., according( to an an.
I Mrs. Doris Hardy and 1' Mills Hilda Brown spent the nouncement yesterday by the pas- The subject at the evening hour .
were also weekend In Jacksonville with relatives' will be "The Bewitched Soul" and
Ibdell Warren tor, the Rev. W. E. Hall. Sena.
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of the afternoon. tor Upshaw will be accompaniedby the Junior Choir will supply the
I Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson musical part of the service.
the Rev. Jack Johnson of Columbus n'!
L WHITE, JR. had aa dinner guests Sunday, Mr. Ga. .', 1 Young People's. meeting at 6:30
I Of Mr. and Mrs Bruce and Mrs.Thigpen of Rocky Mount, ..
nda Work Is progressing rapidly on 'e, p., m. A Junior League will be
f will be inled N. C.
of Jacksonville the new Pine Level Church with .. dad i iIM organized, and all children from
to hear of the recent arIof | Mrs. Ann R. Guy spent last Warren Bloodsworth as contractor. ; ages 8 to It are urged to attend.
their son John Bruce. weekend in Starke with her son, It is expected that the build- lr' Py Prayer and Praise service each
J.
St. Luke's Hospital. Mr. Fred Guy and family. ing will be completed before the ta Wednesday 7:30: p. m. A very

Irs. White are White's frequent parents visitre -,\ and Mr.\ two and children Mrs. Russell Wilson first of the year.Methodist .11WIWIIIIIII4INI' ''' '..'... .....,..,''''''..........''''' '...'''''..'0'..IWEUWWWWII''.. .' .''' of Mrs. of Brooker were Bible.Revival.
Mrs. Leslie Brown. .1| recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'f d I
David Dyal. Youth '. :'l> .,.. *
RubY! Underwood, Miss Mrs. Gordon Weest left Friday Enjoys Social .' \- "'''Oa ,...\ to Start
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for Georgia where she was calledto .' '.l l n.( :; r.it At Woodlawn SundayRevival

the bedside of her father, whoIs Members of the Methodist Youth .
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v critically ill. Fellowship entertained at a delightful .y 'r services will be held at
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adklna and party Thursday of last '.i/1.r1A.. d: I'I'ii. the Woodlawn Missionary Baptist
Clarence Adklna were visitors to week from 6 to 8 o'clock at the -..' i I Church.. near Lawtey, beginning
New River last Sunday. home of one of the members, .1 :s- Saturday night Oct. 20, at 7 o'
IS'OOOA r Florence Brown, on Walnut r.' clock. Meetings will be held each
Start Relief In 6 Second Street night during. the week at the
=3 This affair In samei time.
lovely was given
riI honor of Peggy Dale, James ,'" There will be old-time Gospel
Qii M $, White, and Harry and Jimmy preaching by Elder J. P. Oowllug

I U Green, who were promoted recently and everybody la invited to. hear
A J.'cot.IUPAIATION1'TAallr to the Senior Departmentof '$, To Church this man of God.
,.... : Come
{ ( OK UOUIDCwdlam the League.
Tad*...I!, .. .11'...sd Miss Carol White, sponsor, and When General Eisenhower flewto .
about 17 members were presentand I "1 ." England to take up hla duties
refreshments of sandwiches I I a. supreme commander of the Allied

You Can'tITRETCH potato chips, individual cakes and Forces, the one book he took

EXPERTSERVICE cold drinks were served. :. Sunday with him was the Bible.

Absalom used to cut eight ', ,; { .. .

pounds of hair off his head every .. ". SPONSORS'Of
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j $$5,000 Fire Policy to year according to Bible experts.LAWTEY l.n..rh..,. 4".,;' ,, I-\ The Church Page

(VIr $10,000 Los*I II . . ,sir"r.ro.u .,. .... ,

'n. Tip Top Super Market'

Alvarez Store

I Our Inventory Booklet By The School Hollywood Camera:

. . . & Gift ShopII.

harley E. Johns BIRTHDAY PARTY You Need Your Ch'uTchI C. Wall Agency

Agency Mary Ann Wells was honored Carpenter'sCocaCola
Chas. C
13 STARKE, FLA. jvlth a lovely children's party at I Bottling Co.
the home of her grandmother, .
ShepherdAt Mrs. Effle Miner, on Tuesday afternoon Leila's

.. Gay's Service Station Oct. 8. The occasion was Your Church Needs You Koch Drug'Sore
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the eighth birthday of the honoree Tyus' Dry Goods .
Hfrtln*THB TRAVELERS.Hartford I I
Drlggers' Furniture Co.
Fall flowers were used to dec
I orate the living and dining rooms.In Kobblns'

the center of the dining table ,;, ,I'tla, ,,,, ,, ,, ,, ,; ,,,.... ,,,,,,,, ,,, Hart Furniture Co.
nlirul plnWlmri;i mlmeureWWlminlnn ,
; Jlle/l' / 'e'' l'" l i I mot to I 'IumlmlrnauurvlWnnaWmmmunmili, "" '''' "" """ IwmnlmmmmmlW nm" 'mnmmmllmllmunm' '' '''' '''"I'_mWl'"nl' lalalwnmrelnCHURCH ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,
was the large birthday cake Iced '
Can 'Use More PulpwoodJTJSJJ Florida Bank at Starke
with pink and green, and with a
V "Mary Ann" written across the Mike Maruea
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cake. Eight little pink candles .DIRECTORYFIRST

Container Corp'n. of America. Fernandina. Fla. topped the cake. ... .
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games and contests were enjoyed. PRESBYTERIAN LAWTEY BAPTIST CHURCH IIBILnRONN iL41"TIST, Ser-

Donald Carter won the prize for STARK-Sunday School 9:45A. : Sunday School, 10 A. M. Morning vices every 2nd and 4th Sundays,

the tall on the donkey. Pinningthe M. Morning Worship, 11 A. M. Worship 11 A. M. Young People's 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday Starts'Sunday'Oct..
L. & Son tie the boy was won by Meet, 7 P. M. Service' 20
B. Alvarez on Ladles Auxiliary, 2nd A 4th Tues Evening School every Sunday, 10 A. M '
Sherrle Redgrave. Eloise Stan- days. 7:30 P..M. Prayer Service, Wednesday B.T.U. 7:00: P. M. Rev. O. E. Cut. : ,:?OO' P., MT' I
I ley and Ann Carter assisted Mrs. 7:30: P. M. Rev.. J. L. haw, Pastor. Service.
Miner In serving refreshments KINGSLKY LAKE MISSIONARY Norris, Pastor J. D. Wall, Jr., Each+Nfcht By
I Transfer & Storage Co. consisting of birthday cake, punch BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday So'S.' .Supt. OEDAN BAPTIST CHURCIL ELDER P. DOWLING

and cookies to the following little School, 10 A. M. Preaching 11 Sunday School, ,8 P. .M/ Preach-
Phone 179 friends of Mary Ann: Patricia A. M. B.T.U., 8:415 P. M. PreachIng PIE; LEVEL BAPTIST.-Sunday ing 4 P, ,M. Prayer Meeting each Everybody InvitedTo

Walnwrlght, Esther Ruth Bennett, 7:45 P. M. Prayer Meeting School, 10 A. M. Morning Thursday, 7:30 P.- M. Church' located Hear This Man
Linda Crews, Hilda Crews, Donald each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. Fan. Worship, 11 A. M. Song Service, at Brooker, Fla. Rev. C. A. of
We operate local and long Carter, Gayle Moore. Sherrle Red nie Silcox, Sunday School Super 7P. M. Evening Worship 7:30: P Crosby Pastor GodWOODLAWN

JHaring anti' grave and Marlon McLeod. intendent.. Louie ,.. Walnwrlght, M. Teachers Meeting; Bible Study, -
distance Anywhere in JUNIOR FELLOWSHIP BTU Director." Services .Every Monday, 7:30 P. M. Mid-Week FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH, '

St ts g the State of Florida. Mrs. Will Edwards entertainedwith Sunday. "' Prayer Meeting. Wednesday. 7:30P. : Bible School. 10 A. M. Preaching1, MISSIONARY
a weiner rout for the Junior M. Rev. W. E. Hall. Paator. lat and 3rd Sunday. 11 A. M.I BAPTIST
from four to .BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH. and 7:30: P. M. Mid-Week Prayer' CHURCH
Youth Fellowship !
Fast, Careful Moving six o'clock on Wednesday afternoon .'-Sunday School 10 A. M. MornIng F t K S! T'METHdDlST, STARKE. Service Wednesday 7:30 P ),I.Womal1' S Mil. Went of lawtay

Oct. 9. After an hour of Worship, 11.A. M. B.T.U.1:1: Church School, 10 A. M. Morn* Missionary Council business
games the children planned a P. M. Preachiag7:30, P. M. Prayer InC Worship, 11 A. M. Youth Fellowship meeting at church, lat and
drive for new members. Those Meeting each Wednesday 7:30 7 P. M. Evening Worship 3rd Thursday 7:3O P. M. Church
_'hen._ Your Tires Are Slick Time to Recap present were: David Kelly, Wen P. M. Rev. C. A. Crosby, Paator.BOATDRAIN 7:30: P M. Prayer and Praise located at Christian and Call FirstPresbyterian

RECAPPING dell Kelly, Donald and Jean Grif- a Service Wednesday 7:30: P. M. Streets.
fie, Betty Durban, Donald Carter, BAPTIST CHURCH. Woman's Society 1st Tuesday,
r AND VULCANIZINGALL Jeanette, Juanita and Calvin -Sunday School 10 A. M. Morn- 3:30: P. M. Church located Walnut CHURCH OF OOI). Sunday Church

SIZE TIRES Blount, James Shuford, Connie, Ing Worship 11 A. M. B.T.U. 7 and Jefferson Street. Rev. W. J. School, 10 A. M. Morning Wor ,,
AND TUBES P. M. Evening Worship, 7:30 P. ship 11 A. M.
Jackie and Bud Harley, C. W. Churchwell, Pastor. Evening Worship, -
M. Prayer Service each Tue.day 7:30 P. M. Y.P.E.
Thomas Mary Ann Wella, and Tuesday 7:30 .
24-HOUR SERVICE Esther Ruth and Avery Bennett. 8 P. M. Cottage Prayer Meeting NEW RIVER MISSIONARY' BAPTIST P. M. Prayer MeetlrTg, Thursday ATTEND
each Thursday 7:30 P. M.' Church 7:30 P. M.
.0+ BEST MATERIALS CIIVI&C'II.-Servlcell every Church located at SERVICES ,
Mint Elithe Collins spent the located 3 1-2-tille. southeast of Eighth it St. Clair Streets. Ser .
tat 3rd
RUBBER and Sundays at 11 A. M.
I I GRADE "A" weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Starke. Rev" ,0.-C. Harris, Pas .Rev. Truby Parsiah, Pastor Public vices every Sunday. Rev. W. 'A.. REGULARLYMusic I
Workmanship Guaranteed Hall at There a. tor. cordially Invited. Smith, Pastor. ,
Mrs. J. A. Howe went to Miami -
PHONE 79 last Sunday to visit her son, WOO D L"A. WN MlS8IOJll.\RYI WATEROAK 1I\PTIST..Bervlc. Chariot were the tanks of t
Charles Howe, and other relatives BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday Bibla times.' .The Philistines In By I
1st and 3rd
at 11
for several days School, 10 A. 'M. Morning Worship every Sundays Saul'* day had 30.000 of them.
STARKE TIRE SERVICEAdjoining Miss Arthurlne Blanchart: of 11 A. MiBong Service, 8 P. A. M. and 7:30: p. ,M. Sunday Priests In Old Testament times Young People's Choir
Jacksonville was Sunday guest of M. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday School every Sunday 10 A. M. wore blue robe.
her parents Mr and Mrs. A. M. 7:30: P. M. B.T.U. Friday 7:30 Rev. O. E. Cutshaw, Pastor.,
Ave.
Temple Garage Temple Blancbard. P. M. Church, located 3 miles'
Billie Sapp of the U. S. Army west of Lawtey. Rev. T. C. Williams -' FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
First Christian I ,
spent several days last week with Pastor.
c his parents Mr.' and Mrs. J. S. I Starke, Florida :

UNDERSTANDINGthe Sapp, at their home near Lawtey. ST. AUBK.'I' E p i a c o p A L- Church Th Friendly Church ROT. W. J. Churchwell, Pastor 1
James Wainwright, son of Mr. Church School. 10 A.. M. Morning.

make upa and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright, is Prayer and Sermon 11 A. M'I SERVICES FOR SUNDAY, OCT. 20
economy! of management home with a discharge: from the (Holy Communion 1st
primary quality of our Service whichis of Army. He was on duty In Japan. Litany and Intercession. Friday I 11:00: A. M.-"The Greatest Business |'n The World"
dedicated to the affairs and needs Mrs Elizabeth Matthews of 7:30 V. M. Holy Days 10 A. M., ATTEND I 7:30 P. M. "The Bewitched Soul"

bereavement. Jacksonville: U spending this week' Holy CommOnlon. Church open BIBLE SCHOOL I
with her father. J. A. Howe. dally for prayer and rest. Ser I Good Singing Plain Gospel Preaching

# Mr. and Mm. O. W. Robert vice Center open daily for recreations 10:00: A. M. I YOU ARE 'WELCOME
spent Sunday in Deland with Mrs.Robt'rts' Church. .-- 8,.,.at. Jaclcson. I
father Mr. Tatum. I -
DEWITT C. JSNES The Lawtey School Soft Ball I I I
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AMBULANCE SERVICE team went to Brooker last Fridays LliwteyBaptLft St. Mark's
for a return game with the PINE LEVEL
Funeral Director Brooker boys. The score of this Church Episcopal Church BAPTIST CHURCH
STARKE PHONE 7 game was 8 to 0 In favor of Law- "' ,-

Sunday School in A. M. Rev. W. E. Hall, Pastor
Our local funeral home enables us to tey.The school children rejoicedover Serviced A. M.. S P. %t. Church School 10 A. M.

offer conveniences and services' not two holidays last week. On Wednesday 8 p. m. Morning Prayer and

otherwiu available. Tuesday there wa no school because SIid-Week Prayer ServiceA Sermon 11 A. M. HEAR Wm. D. UPSHAWThe
' a4 of the storm that did not Great Prohibition Leader
C furnish at the lowest prices except for the heavy rains. -
service
the come
t ANY Uf, highest insane type policy in force, issued by ANT COUlD Again on Thursday the school: was CordiaTwelcomeEitended Church/ opnt dally for prayer Tonight Friday, Oct. 18 7:30 p. m. I
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1. a funeral. Cowno out for the teachers to attend the sad ...&. Service Center,open ,
as In full on
payment la Clr to AH
part Trl-County Teachers Meeting at dally for recmttoa. EVERYBODY WELCOME I

obligation Uk* Stoke high ac&ooL I

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STA1U E. FLORIDA FR1D.1Y,
TELEGRAPn OCipgN
'l-t BRADFORD COUNTY or--
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Leu, Mr. Foy, Removed 1
,. --- ------- Dyal, Truman D.. DeceasedDukes Lila, Mr". Minnie ,Bell, Removed 1 1'0 0'1'1
I I !Ia i"-. Removed ALL e
Llle;, }Paul RemovedLegg
At The TabernacleThe Fire Destroys Barn NOTICE Dlxson. Virgil IUmovedIDurrance John Removed I CERS: Wli0311'\ W

National Laymen Evange- At Crawford FarmA r C..mml."I"n..rR Notice III hereby In and given'for ifVdr.r-aoi".vvrv of,,the... held Board on of Wednesday County- ,\Douglas' .te-srTKs; ved Lee Llpford.Thomas Effle L.Mae, Removed, Removed estate anyoan of.le hi'rebl' "80110,.

ordered Edwards. Malphur. W. D., .Deceased. AhnariIbtn k(1
the following
A. V. 1948. with
161h.
Oct iI
itr&.p r"frwrs Jameseagles ; '
listic Club had the privilege of fire at 9 p. m. Sunday night stricken from the registration, book of : reasons I F idndleott. n. u.. Ltemoveloved 01 Mann Martin A.J. I.W., Removed Removed K. Pel'rYlI1an narable rount, I

hearing Prof. W. W. Flnneren of levelled the barn of the Lonnie set opposite each name; Forsyth. .Mrs. .N.eLe Remov"d. n..movenI'l Morrow Mr. J. W., Removed thls month nntl.rr. IT fire t or bot...
Sponholts. I. RemovedThomas me. Mrs. A. I. Removed 'h u.
tAWTKYAnnlM. Mann
FHKCItfr NO. I
Gainesville aa the Inspirational Crawford farm, three and one- KemovedAustin -. rod 1\1'1 It., U..e..dTbona. (lain.), J. 11., Removed Removed Mason Edward ILL, Removed the sworn vtatememeitt. bot
A. A. b.. .an.
speaker at their regular meeting half miles .north of Starke. Mr.Crawford's "'. M.. Deceased Tucker., William Jnme d.Deceased. Deceased cordon nordon. Mr..1. J. U.. R.mov..dOrlm. i Mann Martin Mr Mrs.. Lovle J. W.,Removed Removed Thl. l: b. .oirryttro.
Hatten, Plnkey RemovedCarter ..., Removed CarriepThru 1I1l
Roy. .
on Monday night. There were '39 Ford sedan, five Marlon RemovedCarter Thornton Lacy. Removed tirlmea, A. A. RemovedRifles. Malphura, Jane, Deceased 9.87 41 I9 to IttnIre
Thomas, Ear'p.oe."d McNearnoy eor .. !:
several visitors present and an hogs, two mowing machines and Crawford, Christina Robert Removed Deceased Thels. R: F. Dec..dUnderltlll.IWi.1t. ( ., Moaslle Nancy, Removedtrines Newton Ralph Removed Cllt"II'1' -
DeceasedWhite (
hour of fellowship enjoyed. other implements, and 2700 lbs Dunn Dunn,, Daisy drover Removed C., Removed. Ueorge C.'RemovedWhite Oalney.l W M.F., .Deceased Removed Oxteen Nettle, Arthur Chalmers Removed Removed CRRYTY': FLOItID.tII'

Miss Marvella Matheney, a student Derby, T T., DeceasedDavidson Ina A., Removed lasenV.B. Removed Plnholster Annie Deceased, Leonardo
destroyed. Carl. Raslle
of fertilizer were DeceasedWall ,
Wall. Albertu 38; Palmer Nevada, Removedpepklntf I.. Plaintiff
at Trinity College, St. Mrs Grant De".a..dI"or.yth lu-ks Robert, Removedlarde'e. annlna f.,
pec..a.edWllker.on
The flames of undetermined Maggie, Removed MurU E. Mrs. Charles Removediarde" Levi Removed Case No BUS Ba'lI.
Petersburg was at home for the Flnley Jeff Removed A. d n IwceanedWllmot Reba Lee RemovedHall. Pepkln, Mr. Pearl Remov..dPark.r. ORDE It Pt'96ICA.
himest op
weekend and assisted In the origin, were well advanced when Garrett Louis, Removed Removed.,' RemovedWhitfield Rubylee, Removed James. Removed AND NOTICE( ,
stated that the Griffin, O. E. Deceased Whltfleld Margaret Removed Porterfleld Odell Removed STATE 'J'Q.p
discovered. It is Removed Johnson. Ernie: (
Youth meeting Saturday night. Orirris. !Hhxllie, Removed ., Bryan Mrs. erne, Removed Porterfleld L. Q., Removed Olov ann na BasilAll ..
L. Jones,
Owen herselfa property was only partly coveredby William L., Deceased William., K. ItemovedWllllams Roger Mrs Vern Removed and
Miss Nancy proved (Hover ,, Grace H., RemovedWhltlenwre Johnson J. W., Removedlovaer. Youita ss la I unknov4r
at the meeting.It Insurance. Harrell. J L., Deceased Mrs RemovedWhittemoreMdrgaret H. E., Removed !Robinson Willie Removed
leader rescue
capable Howe, Elisabeth Removed J' M., Removed Bennett W., Removed Robinson N. J., Removed Novembera 10
was noted with pleasure that Hassard Herbert' Deceased Jerrell Vandella. Removed Ward, J. M., Removed named Court' 1 ID16, In W
Johns, Virile, Removed Wllklns, Mr. .1, H. Removed Jerrall. Ward, W. J., Removed plaintiff and .a....
and Removed
adults are attending encouraging New TaylorcraftAt H..movedVom.'k. Kllen., M. L., seeks
more dl"
Wilkins Joe II., ..
Leon N.
Murrh, Leonard M., RemovedMurrhse : R.ov..dWarnn Keene, James C., Removed \Vhtlden Jr. Removed County Telfllrraphhall
In \ Al
the young people Nola Removed Removed Removed Whelden, Alice Meek, Removed Order next Pol
Conway AirparkLacy Frank W.. Knight, James F., tour
Removed Witness leek
Morgan Retha 1
their meetings. Murrhee, Thomas T.. Removed 4 Wilkins, Mar Ella.I.1. Removed Lumpkln C. E.. RemovedIt Ward James P., Removed seal. at Ntnrke lI1y hind ...
The of five fine young Walton Mandaln RemovedWilson .
baptism tob..r rldrlda
Mott. O. C., Removed 10.
week 1946.
thla announced
Conway Uary Removed was further ordered that a meeting of this Board be held on
Norman Jerry M., Deceased OFFICIAL
recent Sunday nightwas
people on a the addition of a latest Norman W. II., Removed William, Calvin C., Removed Saturday. Oct. 28th. A. D. IB4 at 10:00: A. M. In the County Commls. A. Clerk ot SEAL) 0I..
a heart-warming scene and Norman Bert Ice, Removed William, Julia, RemovedWilliams .donors Room In the courthouse for the purpose. of restoring any name T. Frank Meld
model, "sld -by- ide" Taylorcraft RemovedWilliams from the book Landrum, Sink
Prevatt A. D., Deceased N. C., that may have been erroneously str rlcken Attv. for PIt.
plane to the fleet at Conway. Peele, J. D., Removed 1111'.. N. C., RemovedWalker M. O. Harrell, Chairman loll
I Peele, Edna RemovedPrevatt John I.., RemovedWeaver Hoard of County Commissioner
DONUTS. ROLLS Libby Airpark. This handsomenew Buddy Deceased Beatrice, Removed Bradford County, Fla. W
aircraft will be available for Prevatt Buddie, Removed Yenowlne, Stanley R., Removed ATTEST: A. J. Thomas. Clerk .C.T.
PIES & CAKES charter trips and sightseeing trips Pare, Lonnl. W., Removed Young Joe C., Removed Hoard of County Commissioners. I.
Young, Clyde, ItomovedZelman SEAL)
Pare, Emma Removed (OFFICIAL It 1IIASS.CHtRALCoHOUCI
None are better and will be piloted by commercial.Quinn J. R., Removed Ham' Removed.
Conway or R. M. (Quinn, Sarah Removed Zelman Boph'lo: nemov"dZoltClu.kl
Lacy
flyers CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD
IN T"I
than I Robert, Enoch J.. R.moved Hester, Removed COVMTYr FLOHII1AI 1.11: CHANCERY. NO C16! The State of Mu
Stewart. I Rosier perry, Deceased PHl1Jl'IoIC1'; : S- UTABKK :: TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: has figured
( Reddish/ Russell Deceased Ah'"and..r"W., p.. Deceased Jean J nke Lovett Plaintiff vs.,,, You are hereby notified to file that lt,.
encouragement to those backingup Reddish, 'J. M.. Deceased liradley Newn.. Deceasedbenmarlt Harry Nathaniel Thomas Lovett any and all claim against the 000,000 a year for \

Lappe Bakerymakes the young people's work. The I R.ddl.h.. Mary Deceased D.. Removed Defendant. Case No. J076. Estate o( J. F. OI "Jd/recrt.l'i: its 20,000 alcohouTothor
Rowe, Removed Klppn, Jack Removed ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND with the County
Thomas Twin, Lois and Joyce Rowe, v.rnonb. ." Flveash. W. c., Removed NOTICE} TO APPEAR Eight calendar months from the problem. rfu.l

are to be Co-leaders In the com I I Rowe, Dora. Removed Frln, Aubrey Removed STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr*. first publication of this notice, said drunkenness. f
I Rowe, D N., Deceased Frlnk, Pearl Removed Harry Nathaniel Thomas Lovett claim duly sworn to or else your 1
ing Saturday night service. Young Shu ford, J. 8.:: Removed "Fowler Charlie M.. Itemoved whose residence and address In. No. claim will be barred by .statute. (Copied from 1y
CAKES MADE TO ORDER people of the town Invited to all Starling John A., DeceaaedHponholt Hill (1. W., Removed 3 Atlantic Avenue Earrington This the 9th day of October, IMS. AND YET WB

these meetings. *. Katherlne Removed Removed Hlckok Clennle, Removed New Jersey (or) %) MIss June Kiel- J,4tR?.. .Colley, Administrator. LIQUOR FOR WIN
Thede, Ole, HerringVera, KemovedHardee Horn 198 West Clinton Avenue 10-11 -
Thede, R. R, Removed Lola, Removed Oaklyn, New Jersey
.... ..
Thompson, Money, Removed ....------- ---
Johnson V. F., Removed You are required to appear on -- -. ...
Tlllman H. M., Removed Jenkins, Ernest Removed October t8, 1046 In the above
-S1cNS' Tlllman, Mrs. It. M., Removed Jenkins, Beatrice, Removed named Court and cause, wherein
Thornton Harley Removed Mann, Uenrire W. Removed plaintiff seeks divorce Pradford ,
Williams, Lacy Removed Poppell Olen Removed County Telegraph shall publish this
I SPRAYI'AINTING "AT YOUR HOME"AUTOS Woods, Harvey, RemovedWoods Priest Charles M., Deceased Order In next four weekly lsuea. +a. _
REFRIGERATORS Fred, Removed Rhoden Carrie. Removed Witness my hand and official sl -
Woods, Elsie Removed Klgdon Irene, Removed seal at Starke. Florida, this September -
DRAKE SIGNS 305 Church Walnwrlcht. Addle, Deceased Roberts Nannie Removed (3, 1946.
Yarborough Christina Deceased. Simmons, A. A., KemovedHturglll (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoma \t
rilKCIMCT: NO. 3-N. HTAHKt V. L, Removed A* Clerk of laid Court.
Alvare, J. M.. Deceased Hturirlll. Mra-.,If".L., Removed T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla.
Brlnson,NinaA... Deceased Thornton, Clarence. Removed Atty., for Plf. 9-27 4t 10-18 h hI
BlHhup, Richard, Deceased Thompson J. D., Deceased. _
llullard. M. H.? Removed Torruella .John Removed IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD
Holes Clarence, Removed Turner R.. V., Removed COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHANCBHY. -
Clothingand Buckles, Arden, Removed Talbott J. C., Removed .
Byrd a. H.? Removed Talbott Ueorge, Removed Arthur J. Boardman Plaintiff v*.
1.'1R<'kburn. L. F., Deceased. Talbntt Pi A>, Removed Jo Eleanor E. Rodenback. Boardmao y (
(Crawford John C., Removed TUInkon. Jorm.'Emunuel, Removed Defendant.. Case No. 6083. l/
Colley Lydia. Deceased Tlllakos, Juan Katlna, Removed ORDER 'OF PUBLICATION
Crosby, Alice Deceased Thorn Joela.Removed "'ANDNOTICE! TO APPEAR
ShoesFOR Crews, Mary A., Deceased Thorn; Julius L., Removed STATE OF FLORIDA to: EleanorE. V for those
Clark Elisabeth Removed. Thompson Mary, Removed Rodenback Ifoardman w It o s e
Clark, C. H, Deceased Thomas, Perry Deceased residence and address 'la 83 Bell
Clark T. U., Removed Underhill .John U, Deceased Street, Bellovllle, New Jersey. : who care
Carpenter, John Frank Removed Underbill Mr.. Surah Removed You are required to appear on
. Crulitree, Cora B., Removed Underhill, Albert W., Kemoved October 28, 1948. In I the above .--"'-
Crumple, C. II., Removed, Weaver Mss Josephine moved 'named Court and cause, wherein
Crumpler Mlnda, Removed rancey, lOilward A.. Removed plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford
Chastaln. Charles !oJ., Removed Vanrey, Martha M? Removed bounty Telegraph shall publish this
Curry. David Removed rates, Flliabeth, Removed 'Order In next four weekly ....ue.. You
The Entire FamilyEvery Carleton, Mr*.T'h Removed Yates, Ralph,:i Removed : Witness mv hand and official I seal can keep your
Cox, Robert Removed Kevin ..Jal'"bI.; Removed 'at Starke Florida this September clothes as smart as
('ox. Bernelce
Removed Zebln. Ethel Y. 3-c Kemoved 26 1940.
DlHsTs, Lon C., Removed Zevln, Irvine' Removed (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, new if let us
Duhart, Lula' Removed PIt.'I'r: O. ..-(lttH \)1 As Clerk of said Court. you
Denmark P. 8., Deceased Rurnsed Mrs Dollle, Removed William D. Morgan Fifth Floor give them expert
DePuala, Nick Removed Graves. J. A.: Deceased Clark Building, Jacksonville Fla.
day is bargain day V.II. 8unle, Deceased Johns, Arch Deceased Atty. for Pit -J7 4t 10-18 care. Clothing I
Dell Isaac, Deceased Murrhee, Mr.. M. E., Deceased '
Dell Ben, Deceased Renew Amond Removed IN! CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD cleaned here retains
Denmark Ruth, Removed Strickland E.,' Removed COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHAN.CKRY. .
atthe * ruker, Lout L., Removed Strickland Mary 10.,' Removed color and line Let
Darby Ida L., Deceased Smith Fannie,* Removed Allan Williams. Plaintiff. vs< Ode* .
Daniels ,H. M., RemovedDouglas Waadln, 1'. W1., Deceased Meche Williams, Defendant, Case us protect and preserve
Removed Wasdln, H. D. Deceased No. 5118.
Edwards ou.trD.. Wilson Mrs gt-rlntha Remnved. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND .V your fine clothes. Call today
PeuKle, Marcus K.!: Removed PltKC-IMfT" NO. (H1PHPTO-: NOTICE TO APPEAR 1
Frith: Joseph B.. Removed Alderman, Mr*..k.'l: "ra. Deceased STATE OF FLORIDA tar Ode* for quality cleaning.
STAR Store Freeman, A. J, Removed nnytlm, Llnyit Deceased Meche Williams, whose address Is
Franklin. W. H., Removed Hayum, Floy*. Removed % Mache Rout 1, Box 101. Lake
Foster, James I*, Removed Brown Air. W. N., Deceased Arthur, Louisiana.You -
Freeman Bessl.. Removed Hnyd J. J., ItemovedRyerley are required to appear on
Faulkner. Hen Removed ; Mildred, Deceased November 11, 1946 In the above PIIONE 135
Faulkner, China. Removed Buyd Cary Removed named Court and cause, wherein
Forest Jim Removed .. Chapman Ruby, Removed plaintiff seek divorce Bradford ROBT. 11
Ford Malcolm Removed Chapman Deney, Removed County Telegraph shall publish m'-JJ.
Fererra, Vincent Removed Che-sser onnle. Removed this Order In next four weekly Is Tern
Fererra. Frank., Removed Durham D. o., Removed GREEN, jl u
sues.Witness
Forsythe: Daniel I B, Removed Duuberly, Van 0., Removed my hand and official seal
Flures, Frank C., Removed .Hau.tln Eulu. Removed at Starke, Florida this 8th day of Owner ....:'. ..' ArI
"'....Ir I... William E., Removed "Frederick U. C.? Removed October 1946OFFICIAL .
Fried ler, Jack Removed "Frederick Mrs. O. C., Itemoved ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
TED Flower. E. U, Removed Clover 1. E., Deceased As Clerk of said Court. -
.AIIN Frledler. Lillian, Removed Ulover Pearl t Removed John J. Henderson Esq." St. Augustine -
b'airbanits, H. N., Removed Uetfter 1.., RemnvedUelRer. Fla.
OrlfflM: a A. DeceanedUoolsby Everett, K. Removed Atty. for Pit. 10-11 4t, 11.1 _._. w.... -.. ..... ___
Irving, Removed '" llarlllne. Klla Removed I
Urantham, Ansley, Removed Hick. W. 1" Deceased
Green., Arch H.. Deceased Harper: Annioe. Deceased:
1,000,000 Lbs. PecansNo looter J. C., Removed HayneM, Mrs. S\ J., Removed
Urirrln, Owen W., Removed Johns. B., Deceased
Urlffls. Llndsey, Deceased Johns 1* A., Deceased
OrlfflH. Leva, Removed Junes, W H., Deceased
Uuy Henry A.. Deceased Johnson Itehoccn, Deceased
Gay U. 0., Removed Kalch. Alice ,,,,..K.!:? Deceased
Griffin, Ruby Mann Removed Kennard,Mre. i J. II.; Removed
Green Mary Kiiiina ,Deceased Morrow, M. \\v Removed:
Quantity Too Largeor Uottlleb Sun Removed MatklnH, 1I1r.'J., W., Removed 1
llliirdano Louise M..> Removed McOruderMoewlle K., Removed 'SlronP
Illordano Vlnuent O., Removed Mel'u lIouorh. d. 0., Kemoved Haney .,
By
Uolrtman Harry Removed McCullouirh 8"gli.,, Removed
Too Small Goldman Samuel, Removed Priest Idella J., Deceased.
Green, .Harry A. .Removed Reno, :Florence. Removed
Geiger, R. H* Removed Kltch 'OeorgvyrRemoved i

Uottlleb Martha, Removed ItUMsell Samuel W., Removed 11 Il .
Gardner C. Smith Removed Saxon, VJ.. H.,. Deceased.
Uardner* F, H., Removed Sullivan, Josrphln, Deceased
llurilner. Richard Removed 8harpton Jierthe-Removed
Goldman, Mr*. 1.Pn1", Removed: Simmons,. A. H., Removed
See Us Before You Sell! I Hoffman L., Removed Hlmmona, ,Mr. A. B, Removed
Hoffman, 1., Removed. Thomas, A. O.; Removed ii
ilyman Abraham Removed Town...",', W. 'E., Removed cieJt You Jorgel
Hunt Edward !oJ., Removed Townsend Nora, Removed -
Haynes (' .c.moved WilliamA, K., Removed .
321 TEMPLE AVENUE Holland, Jesse, Removed Wanl. Mrs, IMattle 1 A., Removed
Hobbs E. "'., Removed Warren Mrs. Jean M., Removed
nankins, Leo W., Removed PHUll: : CT MO. TMKHK9S1: ) I
STARKE FLA. Handelaman Gertrude Removed Andrew.*, William, Deceased \\y" : That Approaching Birthday, Anniversary
Hug-hen, Jerome C. Removed Andrews, Etta Removed
Unities, I.UDII U., Removed Constantine Mra. Rosa Removed
Hynian, Hattie Removed Orlner, J. 8. Jr., Removed or Other Important Occasion .
Jordan, William,, Clyde, Removed Urlner. ('''rrn. Removed 1+
Johnson, Roy Hr.. Removed
lllnle, W. C..Hemoved|
Karen, Harry: Removed: tussle, Rattle, Removed Beautiful
l.awton Thomas "'., Removed Jones, W.A.,' ..o..d /l1
Libretti Removed Lewis Charles J., Removed '
:
NEW MEN'S SHORTSAll Lloyd la Iyhe Lewis Annie L., Removed LAPEL PIN. .
Libretti hose, Removed Mctiruder, J. II..,' Deceased B
I.ee, airs Wilson 8. Removed Neal George. f Deceased IKJVATURAL

____ 65c each Myers, Martin W.; Itemoved Private. Paul B4' Removed .. uy. .. ,
Sizes _____________ Moxl..y, Delmer Renvoveil }Pravatt; l oul. Removed a ; GOLD

Mitchell, J. t*.. Removed Prevatt 'Jnnnr'Deeeased
Martin, Arthur' J. ifamis 12.50
Removed Jones, Removed 'C
_
NEW WORK SHIRTS McCall, John B., Deceased Keynolde,. Wm. L., Removed .
McOehee, John M., Removed Keynnlda, KOI.*' 0., Removed '
Mcl.. Emmett M., Removed 8. R., DeceaaedMnyder. //"I\\\

Blue or Navy ________________ 1.25 each McNsal\ William D.. Removed .II\v. W.: Removed EAR DROPS ,., .i ;l fi
Ullphant R. u.. Removed HI. John, g. .vktor. Removed Where
\ (CXlam tr.r.u RemovedOdam. Trlest. T. F.. DeceasedPHKCIXIT I1'fNATURAL
*. Removed NO.' T-NHW RIVER ;
; NEW WOMEN'S SHOES Oliver Viola, RemovedGsteen Butler J. L., Removed : GOLD ""
Edw rS.. Removed 1'utler; C. C., DeceasedBrowning You
Pullum Deaa, Deceased
RemovedFutrell
All Leather ___________________ 1.85 pair Parmenter. Earl Removed j. Letty M.. Removed 3.50 ,.
Parmenter. Lacy. Removed Oreen. Mrs Sarah Removed .
Peek Julian U, Deceased Orlm... C. J.. 'R.mov.dJo"n.
NEW SPORT SHIRTS Parker, Willie, Deceased .. C. A. ir_ DeceasedKnlBht. HaveGents.
KlKdon" Lary.Removed : P> Ti Removed
KlKdon. Arthur Removed Knight Ida, RemovedKllllnesworth.

Long Wearing _.-----..,..------- 1.50 each Ray Roth L. C..,Deceased Removed J. .K.. Removed f Flexible
: n"b. KllllnsTsworth Mr* J. K.. Removed \
D. Deceased KlllingwnrtbMLeA.M Removed \ Conby
KleTdon, C.: P Deceased isenb-f, W. B., Deceased ,, I u I Watch Band
:,
h NEW -- SKIRTSAll Revels, L E DeceasedHmlth. Mlaelle. O O, Removed
William a. Removedtit.
Thomas Mrs. Mary, Removed
Peters. at.... M. Removed Thomas, Mrs.: W. J. Removed by Speidel i

, All Wool _-_______--___________ 1.50 each f"Hmlth.t. ..(Mrs..r. M.Sidney Removed K.Jr.. Removed Wat.W.n..... 'J.Mrs 8.. ,'lava"R.moved Mae Removed( fidence

Srltonhant CIer.'RemovedShipp > (' '50.. 1_ HKOOKRR 11.50Harley
i A. Z.. Removed Arown, H: C, Deceased
NEW DRESS SHOES Shealer.. M.dford. Removed Brown W. LoI,'Removed
Stone Roy M Removed Karfleld O. Li:) Removed
., Sage Louis, Removed Barfleld.. Airs D. .... Removed
For Men ,..___________._______ 3.85 pairNick's !!Huslow. Ben. 'Removed Ihmn, n., RerrikvedFyrd. % F. Strong
8pl e, A. E.. Removed 1"I'.wn. ....Roy.R."' ....., \ ,
III Poles, Mr. A. B.. Removed Mrs. ArdM, Removed
Bhlvar Mrs. A. R.. Removed Harlow, John Henry Removed 137 Phone
Simmons. T. 8., Removed bison, Arlsona, Removed The Finest Jewelry Store In Starke
Button, H. L., Removed
Clemons.
HouseTWO Sutton, Mr.. II. L., Removed demons. Mr AIvlntDere.sed*. A., Removed W. Call St. :GIFT HEADQUARTERS 153I
Bargain Shad J. A., Removed Crews, Edna Deceased
i Scott Madeline R.. Removed Cassella, Alva. Removed I Camp Blaadlnr Jeweler Since 1911I
Scott K. C., Removed Cassells. Nancy Unmoved ,
Htratoa. Sam Kn Removed Conly, B, Removed ,
BLOCKS FROM BUS STATION Htralrts. Sarah Removed Compean. Ella Removed

att.rR.ld Carolyn. Removed ('..mpooa.., Alfred Removed
NORTH ON ROAD 13 Hutlerfleld. Rubert R., Removed Cassella, Beatrice. Removed
Hhafklns Mra. Tetta Removed crews. Cora. Removed
IIh.tkln.J. Louie Removed Cason. lames A, Removed N.
, Stokes, Robt D., Deceased Dyal. D. D., Deceased

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