Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 17, 1947
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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01|, Bradford:
',ave just witnessed a terrible thing. Official County Publication Established In 181'f' f
County's moat heartless man has just left our store

dford his purchases he put his little child, perhaps twoId __ _ ._ _._ __ J -- -- ., --- --- .
in the trunk in the rear'of his car, locked the child In there COLUMN --.-
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ve course away, the child was screaming with fright. It could hardlyed Three Enter Race

humane to lock a dog in the trunk of a car without even SafetyTo BradfordCountyCounty

for air, and the beast that would do that to a child certainly t

deserve to have the blessing of a child.at For Trustee
Be StressedBy Commissioner Districts
a home life that, child must have.
A Subscriber. New School Board Districts

Mayor Wall And Voting Precincts Shown COMMISSIONER DIST.I Election Nov. 4
lonel Bradford wishes that the writer of the above letter would f

Imself or herself known (confidentially) to the paper so that VOTING PRECINCTLAWTEY J
With Monday Oct. 20, set aa
> details concerning this matter might be learned. If we have Co-operation in safety precautions the deadline for qualifying candidates I

ogle In our midst as the man described above their identitybe was the keynote of an inter- In the School Trusted election .

made known, at least to law enforcement officers, so that view with Starke's new Mayor, of November 4, only three
H. C. Wall, this week. "We've had
be watched.Is .
uture actions might carefully have thus far qualified at the office -
two fatal accidents recently, said
not uncommon to read newspaper accounts of unbelievable of Superintendent of Public
Mayor Wall, "and the co-operation t
the part of parents toward their children. There have been ,; Instruction to( have their names
a on of the citizens of Starke and surrounding -
I Instances recently of chaining to bed posts; Imprisoning in communities Is neededto 1" ; placed on the ballot.

losets; and at least one case of burning a child's hands by presaainst make the streets of Starke Two candidates, K. O. Duncan

a hot stove as a method of punishment. However, It safe." COMMISSIONER DIST:( 2. and S. A. Weldon have qualified

that these things) always happen in remote places and the The Mayor made thin announce VOTING f PRECINCT from School Board residence district r
No. B (North Starke and ,
reaction Is-Sl\ocidngl! But of course it could not happen here.ow ment In connection with his recent ,
one, A. L. Green, from School
that It HAS happened here, let everyone be on guard againsttitlon conference In Tallahassee with Elgin SCHOOL BOARD DIST-$ Board District 3 (Brooker).
of such an offense. The next time you see or hear ofIng Bayless, Chairman of the State
As result of Nfw RIVER e It Is understood that a petition
this report It to the) police Road Department. a
like ,
H. C. *
the meeting, arrangements are Harley, from District
Road N. STARK 1 Lawtey) will be present i
made for a State Depart-
wants Tom Sebring of the State Supreme Court
18 Old Colonel ment safety and traffic engineerto ed but It had not come In up until -
vi that he Is a very popular man In Bradford County. Inspect the streets of Starke in COMMISSIONER DIST S 3.5TM.IUE yesterday afternoon.

statewide poll recently conducted by Florida Public Opinion the near future. He will make COMMISSIONER (lsr.3 Anyone desiring to become a R

ss of Miami Indicated that Fuller Warren and J. Tom Watson recommendations based on his SCHOOL BOftRO DIST. 3 VOTING .. candidate for Trustee) can have his

tin t front of the present field of prospective candidates for the findings to the City Council Safety name placed on the ballot by ob-

lorship In next year's election. However, the poll was taken Committee. VOTING PRECINCTS 7,8 SCHOOL: BOARD DIST. 2L taining the names of six qualified
Sebring publicly announced that he did not choose to run, and Mr. Wall explained that the electors on a petition and filing It

>te among those polled in Bradford County was: Sebring, 11; engineer will be especially concerned at the office of the Superintendentof

on i, 6; Warren, 5; Watson, 4; English 2.lie with road markers and 6ROOKER Public Instruction.
ballots were carefully mailed to a cross section of voters stop signs on the main highways Under the new Florida school

entirg a banker, a realtor, a farmer, a lawyer, a teacher, a which pass through Starke. GRAHAM HAS\PTON.ow law, the present nine) special nib
state-wide I Id like to the citizens school tax districts will be consolidated ,
man, a president of a ladles'club, etc. The voting "I'd warn <
199 Sebring 163. English that the police are going to en- \ 4cotot Into one county-wide district
Warren 717 Watson 374. McCarty .S\O"et\ D18T.
: '
and board
force double parking restrictions$ ," -\ : ) a of three trustees
announced. "The ( GOtl"O TMEREff/1: / will be elected on Nov. 4 to
Mayor gCH00L
rapson, who was the second high man in Bradford County, Is a !Streets of Starke must remain un- serve for the entire county. Not
r Speaker of the House and a member of the State Legislature obstructed because of heavy high- The above map ha been prepared and published by the Telegraph more than one trustee can be

Jefferson County.. way traffic,' he said .. a public service and should be cut out and saved by Bradford VOTING elected from any one school board

om Sebring's strong how of popularity here Is no surprise, Mr. Wall further stated that Countlana for future reference. PRECINCTS" residence district, I IVoting
followed hIs career since foot- On It are Indicated the Conunlmloner District, the new In the
he has many friend who have City Court will be held each Mon County + 5 6 Nov. 4 election
caching days, and w ho have formed a high opinion of his abilityh day afternoon at 4:30: In the City School Board District, and the voting precincts that are Included In f e will be at the usual polling placein

watching him preside over many terms of circuit court in Hall The function of the CourtIs each. e each of the present nine districts

ord> County. Many of them were undoubtedly disappointed when to punish offenders of cityordinances Although the new School Board District. conform to tin County and the new board members

i bowed himself out as a Gubernatorial candidate several weeks Commissioner Districts In area, It wan necessary to number them will take office 'January i, t

"*!, ,"We're going to be tough on differently la some cane" therefore It would be well rto keep this 1948. .

double parking, speeding and map on band fur ready reference In case of confusion VotorswU14 also determine the

t was with a new feeling of importance and prestige that the esc lalIy drunken driving," the It was Beoeasary to number the School Board*MutrlcUJIke thisso and tax leylaa school for district maintenance

el 1 saw men around town Tuesday putting up the Imposing... new Mayor stated. that present members 'of ,the Boaeel w uldpe'Teft> In their reapeo- e" y building reserve fund.

301 highway markers. Mr. Wall was- sworn in;OctZ, ....residential districts J. 8. Norman Infio.:' 1a" Eaton Brown In ,"

;..! State Highway 200 (old Road< 131 Is no* jiuKIolally FederaltVM. and at that time the..Clty Connell No. >t, and II. B. Crosby In No. S. Local Guardsmen.. I

3+*i what,,this"will"mean In increased tourist travel announced tliat"'henceforth the -- Sent;: To Assist- 14
would be "turn- I
gl h Starker remains: to be seen, but all predictions! are that our police department who will Doyle Conner Elected In Storm Area t
ed over"-to the Mayor,
traffic this than ever before P.T.A. Carnival Tornadoes Meet ,
north-south year
ty will see _more appoint Its members (with the ex- *
Vice President Of
history. U. S. 301 will be the recommended route from Baltl-I ception of the elected City Mar- I Capt. T. K. McClane, Jr., commanding -

to the West Coast of Florida and most tourists instinctively shal subject to approval of the U of F Freshmen officer of Hq. Co., 2nd [
the U. S. Routes because they know that they can depend on City Council.' Set For Oct. 31st G'ville TonightBruised 'fin., 124th Inf., announced yesterday I
4 Doyle Conner, 18, of Starke, was
to be the best.es that seven members of the I
markers lend a new feeling elected vice-presldent of the ,'
the imposing new shield-type that Rotary Governor On October 31, ghosts goblins Freshman class at the University 'but undaunted, the local company were sent to the 'I
reflect they
portance to Starke, but the Colonel pauses to of Discusses Problems and witches will make their head- of Florida In Bradford 'Tornadoes will meet South Florida flood area Wednes-

place new responsibilities upon Starke-the responsibility quarters at the former USO build Gainesville last their most formidable foe of the day in response to a call for truck
toting tourist travel into and out of our city, so that none of our With Club Officials ing on Temple Street when the October 9. Con season In Gainesville tonight after drivers for evacuation work.. II I

state visitors will be inconvenienced by not knowing which wayrn Governor big, county-wide PTA Hallowe'en ner ran on the h R" losing 27-12 last Friday to a hefty, The men on this assignment "
when they get to an Intersection. There is also the respon- Lawrence M. Hirslg. Carnival. opens its festivities at 1 "All Student y smooth-functioning K e 11 erlinu
International Sgt Theodore Ooodg, Cpl. Kirby
of District 167-A. Rotary -
Ity of eliminating safety hazards so that no tourist will have hisa was a guest of the local p.m. '" ticket, polling 385 V (St. Augustine) team. Swindell, Pfo Taaco L. Lee, Pfo
' vacation spoiled by an accident that might possibly have been club Wednesday and brought a Mr* Junlus Smith, President of votes to his s Coach Carson Geiger states that Virgil Robinson, Pvt. Marian Manning 'I'

nted by' a caution light or stop sign. And then too there significant message on the Increasing the. PTA, stated this week that "Gator Par ty" the boys are not discouraged despite Pvt. Bayless McKinney, and

responsibility of putting our best foot forward of presenting Importance of the In- at 1.p. m. all school children will opponent's 350. the poor showing made In Pvt. Robert Turner. I Ij

n, attractive town to our visitors in the hope that some of themt ternational service program of be released from their studies at Last May, Con- s the first halt of last Friday's Seven 2 1.2 ton trucks were ob- t

decide to stay with us as premanent residents. this world-wide organization. which time they, led by the BHS ner g r a duated / / event, and have been workinghard tained from the 748th Ord. Co., :

Os, those U. S. 301 markers are quite imposing but don t for- Addressing the club after its band will stage a gala parade from Bradford ) this week to get In sh.pefor Camp Blandlng, and each man left
luncheon, Governor through town. No automobileswill !In of
Wednesday charge one truck. It Is expected -
Starke must live to them High School, tonight's
up game at Harris Field.
Hirslg pointed out that during the be allowed. Prizes will\ be that they will remain In
I last fiscal year 418. new Rotary awarded to four age groups, pre where he was Even their staunchest supporter the storm area for several days. I'
Maurice Edwards, Jr. Clubs were organized In 16 countries school, primary elementary and president of his junior class. He could hardly hope for a Tornado i

berts To Build Convention Trip in virtually every corner ol high school for the best costumesand entered the University In September win over the powerful Lions Hear Governor
Wins the globe. There are now a total most cleverly decorated bi- and has pledged Alpha Gamma Oalnesvlll outfit that has trounced fAt

Maurice Edwards, Jr., memberof of 6.200 clubs having a member- cycle. Afterward there will be a Rho an agricultural and social Daytona Beach 10-0 and Bolles Monday MeetingAt
Station the Bradford County Chapter, ship of 305,000 business and professional picture show, of a spooky nature.In fraternity. 24-0 so far this seaoon. Sole
per Future Farmers of America, has men In 78 countries, he the USO building. Doyle was a member of the Gainesville loss has been to Miami the weekly meeting Mondayof
been named asi stated. Such widespread devotionto The, parade will mark the beginning -. Bradford County chapter of the Edison 127. Coach Geiger hOwever the Lions' Club at the Catholic
J9000 building Permit for asuper one of six winners the Ideal of "Service above self" of a long line of festive Future Farmers of America and promises that his chargeswill U8O, members heard Hoke 8.
service station at Tem- I of a statewide cannot fall to have a telling effect vents, and the building and served as Its president from 1944 enter the fray In fin fettle Johnson, District Governor, speak
venue and Eighth Street was FFA leadership on International relations, he ground of the USO will presenta I to 1940. In August of 194, he, and will play a good game H* on the subject of Llonlam. He expressed -
don Oct. 15: to J.: P. Roberts, I con t eat.I asserted. scene designed to satisfy the gained high honors by being hopes that a large number of local satisfaction with the) progress .-

auto and accessory 'dealer.r I He will receive a Wherever Rotary Clubs are located most exacting of ghosts. Pony ed state president of the el.ct-I' fans will accompany the team to the local Club Is making

Roberts stated yesterdayplans I free trip all their activities are similarto rides, fish ponds, apple bobbing, He I I. the eon of Mr. and Harris Field, where tile game Is and according to President A. II.
for the new.station arebeing I jxpenses paid those of the Starke organization fortune) tellers, house. of horror Leon Conner who reside on a called for 8:15.: Baker, had no complaints to make

completed add work I to the 20th national because they are based on and many other features will greet farm six mile west of Btark. Rally In Last Half concerning Clarke's comparativelyyoung
be started at an'early'date. general objectives developing celebrators The eleventh ....IOA.BHS' .. Lion's club, which wai or-
I FFA the same Dawn but not out tow score A'
entire area of 110x110 feetbe I rentlon to be con-I better understanding and at Is lo-ha; ; of ;"idoratlnA' ;; Attended 31-0 at the" half; -In last Friday's ganlzed here only six month ago.

paved, Mr. Roberta stated Jin Kansas fellowship among business and for the occasion. Hoi Presbytery game>, the Tornadoes( rallied In the One nw member, V. R. Ferguson
the station will.present ample Oct 18-33 a professional men, promoting com- dogs, hamburgers and all\ kinds ol f By 100 Tuesday fourth quarter, making two touch- was elected to the club.
e for the largest'l MI trucks repreeentlnAr'the munlty-betterment undertakings, refreshments will be found, downs and
state vice president having a prospective!
e highway; standards of business Grounds will be well lighted after The Florida North Presbyter
Florida Association, FFA.Tha raising the third well set up when the final' Scholarship Exams
has not yet been announcedline Nitrate Kduaatton and professions and fostering the dark. and Preabyterlal/ In the First whistle blew. McRae scored

t of gas and oil the new Chilean of the leadership advancement ef good will understanding Beginning at 5:30 the PTA Presbyterian Church her Tuesday, through the tin. for number one, Application blank for scholarship .

oar will carry Bureau, sponsor has awarded a total of and peace among all the will serve dinner In the usa,, The meeting began at 9:30: a. and Conner made the second on a examinations to be held In

contest, defray the expenses of ,peoples of the world. assisted by the Girl Scouts. Everyone m. with a joint session, during run around right end. The game Gainesville on Friday Oct. 31.
le Story Hour $308 to winner i Following his address, the Dis- IM cordially Invited to attend. which: all shared Holy Communionand ended with the Tornadoes on the may be obtained at the offlc of
the six were trict Governor met with officers and a charge of Me per person heard an opening sermon by 8 yard line, first down and goalto the County Superintendent of Pubic .
Divided The school-boy: farmers of ,committee chairmen, and directorsof will be made.Activities the Moderator; Rev. Wm. J. Cady. &,0. Instruction. Four scholarship
o Two Groups chosen for and their their high outstanding qualities i I the club for a general discussion will temporarily discontinue Following the opening ceremony, Obviously dazzled by the smooth are avaUable) to Bradford Coun- s

leadership programsc Maurice hav- of service activities- carriedon during the Starke- two group, one composed of representative double wing so effectively used tlans at the present time Supt t" I

'e Community Bible Story farming total profit of $493.33 here. Palatka football game to begin at women from churchesof by St. Augustine, the Tornadoes A. R. McRae: has announced. I
held each Tuesday afternoon Ing made a vocational agri I 8 p. m. Immediately, followingthe the northern section of Florida were badly outplayed In the first
,e M.thodtst Recreation bnlld- on his projects in Shadycrest Hospital game, the USO will ba the and the other of Ministers and halt Ketterllnua made 12 first 'ji

111>< grown to such proportions culture. AMA scene of a gala Hallowe'en dance, Ciders, met separately.An down to 8 tor BHS. The OFFICE CAT
'It I It being;: divided Into two : Recognized By open to all.*... A cake walk extensive morning program

rate' sealoll8.ot Insurance Is TopicOf i The ShadycreM Hospital! has will be featured. All who plan to Included a welcoming address to Givellnformation Says I F FI

first: session for the younger Bureau MeetingE I I just received word that It ha been attend are requested to appear In the ladle br the President of the ,
costume. Ledieif Mrs. J. R. Kite. On New Auto Law
1of 1st and 2nd grade stu- recognized in the American Medical Auxiliary
"111 ba geld at 2:30: o'clock L. Crawford. President of i. Association's Register of According to M.... Smith, all Luncheon was served at 1 p. m.
the second group. for older 'Farm Bureau. ls8Ued the foltowng civic organizations are being asked by the Presbyterian Ladle Auxiliary Thomas W. Shards, trial examiner
the Hospitals.In
.ron. will begin at 330 o'clock.I announcement this week: I a letter received by the local to cooperate with sponsoringof In the Starke Woman's sent by the State to
Starke and other
district In
connection -
the booth, etc. Several already Club.
ale are urged to cooperate: by farmers and citizens! of i hospital. F. H. Arestad. M. D. secretary
"To all with the Motorlflta
' have full support the luncheon hour, new
pledged Following
X their chUdren attend the Eaker. i of the Association wrote:
'Bradford County Sammy Financial Responsibility Law, was
er of Medical Education Presbytery and Presbyterlal resumed
age Council
group.week's will Starke At another In the Sheriff* office Wednesday
the meetings. ,
"> attendance'was that the I and Honpltil at IU meeting Presbyterian ChurchMorning
. at court afternoon, and will be> here on the
tonight (Friday) theShadYC1' joint Minion held at 2 p. m., an
voted to recognise
In Blbltotaling
the of the Oct. 5.
-, history and house) to discuss\ automobile on lIt Hospital In the American Worship and sermonat address by Rev. W. Howard Lee, third Wednesday of each month 'Bout the thn I got all set to
lofts 145 children. I msurPance. All who have Medical Association Register 11 o'clock. Dr. J. Warren Kauf chairman of the New Llf Com. from 12 noon until :2 p. m. write a hot editorial denouncing

'ext' will 'trouble about automobile, insurance of Hospitals". man will speak on "Unclaimed mlttee, waw hard Also Included -i During his visits here Mr. the new elylee I got used to the)
Tuesday the story
should come hear Sammy recognition places the BleMlngs". Sunday School at t::41.: In the afternoon activities was Bhaad will be glad to give advice darn things. No scatter "what you
up the to This
of the Law U
"I on Mt giving' BlI.k.r. This announcementgiven Shadycrest on par with other hospitals Classes for aa Cottage Prayer an address by Rev. Robert Rock, 01' explain any phase of the new put on 'em. you moat caa't keep
.;Wren 'Sinai the 3:30 I on short notlca. without of high standards throughout Meetings will be held at the manse Field Director. law to any person who desires in- American women from lookingamorous.
coming for .veryon So ten I Th meeting at which approx- ormatlon. '( .
lGn must come direct fromI time to notify ,about it.'. the country. lat 8 p. m. Wednesday

I so they will not miA any l alt your friends
the program. "

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fain With'. .In- Colonel The Bradford- -. Shade- BRADFORD COUNTY TELECLPH ::1 '

01. Bradford:

aVe just witnessed a terrible thing. Official County Publication Established 1877 t
County's\ most heartless man has just left our store

ford making his purchases he put his little child, perhaps two _. -! __ __ _" .. __. ---" .. ....... .. .00_.__ __ .Ii
,ld In the trunk In the rear'of his car locked the child In there VOLUMN SIXTY-NINE STARKB.n_ FLORIDA..__.__ ___. .__ ____.___ __ ._ __ ._"------. ------ ---- ''l

sve away., the child waa screaming; with fright. It could hardly
course Three Enter Race
td humane to lock a dog In the trunk of a car without even Traffic SafetyTo Bradford ,County

i for air, and the beast that would do that to a child certainly ''t t

deserve to have the blessing of a child. For Trustee
at a home life that child! must have. Be StressedBy County Commissioner Districts

A Subscriber. New School Board Districts

Mayor Wall And Voting Precincts Shown COMMISSIONER I Election Nov. 4
lonel Bradford wishes that the writer of the above letter would SCHOOL BOARD J I

Bilmself or herself known (confidentially) to the paper so that VOTING I
With Monday Oct. 20( set as
A details concerning this matter might be learned. If we have Co-operation In safety precautions -
the deadline for qualifying candidates 1
Eeople In our midst as the man described above their Identitybe was the keynote of an Inter- / in the School Trustee election

made known, at least to law enforcement officers, so that view with Starke's new Mayor, of November 4, only three
H C. Wall, this week. "We'ye had
uture actions might be carefully watched. LAWTEVCOMMISSIONER have thus far qualified at the office
two fatal accidents recently, said -
not uncommon to read newspaper accounts of unbelievable of Superintendent of Public
Mayor Wall "and the co-operation
the part of parents toward their children. There have been ,.( Instruction to have their names
r on |of the citizens of Starke and surrounding -
Instances recently of chaining to bed posts; Imprisoning in communities Is neededto placed on the ballot.

It(,sets; and at least one case of burning a child's hands by press- make the streets of Starke : Two candidates, K. 0, Duncan
ainst a hot stove as a method of punishment. However, It safe." ,'J(; / DIST2.:'\ and S. A. Weldon, have qualified '

In remote places and the from School Board residence district 'I
that these things always happen The Mayor made this announce- VOTING PRECIMCTJ .
action Is-Shocking! But of course It could not happen here. ment in connection with his recent I No. S (North Starke), and :
( V one, A. L. Green, from School
ow that it HAS happened here, let everyone be on guard against conference in Tallahassee with El- SCHOOL BOARD PIST>S Board District 3 (Brooker) ,t
titlon of such an offense. The next time you see or hear ofg gin Bayless, Chairman of the State '
As result of NEW RIYCR It U understood that a petition .
Road Department. a
this report It to the police.
the meeting, arrangements are qualifying H. C, Harley, from Dis i '
made for a State Road Department No.STARKff trict 1 (Lawtey) will be presented j '
Colonel wants Tom Sebring of the State Supreme Courtw
ie Old safety and traffic engineer but It had not come In up un- i
that he is a very popular man in Bradford County. to Inspect the streets of Starke In COMMISSIONER\ DIST, S 3.STARKB" til yesterday afternoon. i
conducted Florida Public Opinion COMMISSIONER' o'sr.' \ i
statewide poll recently the near future. He will make 3 Anyone desiring to become a
'j of Miami Indicated that Fuller Warren and J. Tom Watsont recommendations! based on his SCHOOL BOARD\ DIST 3 VOTING PRECINCT J candidate for Trustee can have his I

In front of the present field of prospective candidates for the findings to the City Council Safety name placed on the 'ballot by ob

norshlp in next year's election. However, the poll was taken I Committee. VOTING PRECINCTS 7,8 SCHOOL BOARD DIST. 2LHAMPTON taining the names of six qualified

Sebring publicly announced that he did not choose to run, and Mr. Wall explained that the electors on a petition and filing It

ita among those polled in Bradford County was: Sebring, 11; engineer will\ be especially concerned at the office of the Superintendentof

on, 6; Warren, B; Watson, 4; English 2. with road markers and aRooKt:R Public Instruction,

he ballots were carefully mailed to a cross section of voters I stop signs on the main highways Under the new Florida school
teacher, aman 'which pass through Starke. "" law, the present nine special sub
outing a banker, a realtor, a farmer, a lawyer, a GRAHAM
||I to the citizens school tax districts. will be consolidated i
a president of a ladies' club, etc. The state-wide voting "I'd like warn ..rq I
165 :i that the police are going to en- OIST.SCk1OOLBOfiaO .\ 4- into one county-wide district
d; Warren TIT, Watson 3T4, McCarty 199, Sebring English 15510NER,"
:force double parking restrictions, COMM !: and a board of three trustees -
the Mayor announced. "The \ DISTTn tail: will be elected on Nov 4 to
impson! who was the second high man in Bradford County, Is a serve for the entire- Not
!Streets;! of Starke must remain unobstructed county.
r Speaker of the House and a member of the State Legislature because of heavy highway The above map has been. prepared- and published- by the Telegraph more than one trustee oan be

Jefferson County. traffic, ,,toe said. SM a public M-rvlon and should be cut out and saved by Bradford VOTING elected from any one school board !

om Sebring's strong chow of popularity here is no surprise, Mr. Wall further stated that Countlans for future reference.- PRECINCTS residence district i I ,

he has many friends who have followed his career since foot- City Court will be held each Mon- On U are Indicated the County Cominlmtloner Districts, the new + 5 6 Voting In the Nov. 4 election I

i'aching days, and who have formed a high opinion of his! ability I day afternoon at 4:30: In the City School Board District, and the voting precincts that are Included In s I will bo at the usual polling place f

watching him preside over many terms of circuit court In [Hall. The function of the CourtIs each. In each of the present nine districts i

County. Many of them were undoubtedly disappointed when to punish offenders of city Although the new School Board Districts conform to the County and the new board members I

Fh bowed himself out as a Gubernatorial. candidate several weeks ordinances. 'Commissioner Districts In area, It was necessary- to number them will take office 'January 1, .

!a ,,"We're going to be tough on differently In some cases, therefore- It would be well- rto keep, thin ., 1943. :

double parking, speeding, and map ou hand for ready" reference In cane of confusion. <. Votersj will, also determine the

t was with a new feeling of Importance and prestige that the escecially drunken driving\ the It was accessary to number the School Bosdt'Dlstricte.Bke. this .', .. tax leylen! for district maintenance '
--- and school
el l saw men around town Tuesday putting up they po lnng new Mayor stated. .. that present members ,of the BeaM would,t>e'loft' In their respaettra '. .' building reserve fund.

301 highway markers. v .I Mr, Wall was-sworn !&.OctzJ: residential districts: J. S! Norman In No.., '1,"EAton Brown In .., I''

ee. State? Highway 200 (Old Road 131 is. ncs*MJtttotally Federal : and at that time the..,City Council No. I, and II. B. Crosby In No. S. Local Guardsmen ., I:

'1101.. Jwsi whit thfs"" wilt'mean in increased tourist travel' announced thatrhenceforth the Sent To Assist 4 '
would be "turn a
department \
Starker remains to be seen, but all predictions are that our police I 'I''
gh ed ver".to the Mayor, who will Doyle Conner Elected In Storm Area
before Carnival
than ever P.T.A. I
traffic this Tornadoes
will north-south year Meet
ity see 'more appoint Its members (with the ex- Vice President Of <
history. U. S. 301 will be the recommended route from Baltlto -'I ception of the elected City Mar Capt. T K. McClane, Jr., com

the West Coast of Florida and most tourists Instinctively I shal) subject to approval of the U of F FreshmenDoyle manding( officer of Hq Co., 2nd I
I .
Set For Oct. 31stOn I
U. S, Routes because they know that they can depend on City Council. : TonightBruised Bn., 124th Inf., announced yesterday I'
the best. I f Conner, 18, of Starke, was I
Ethe that seven members of the '
elected of the
feeling vice-president
markers lend a new ,
the imposing new shield-type reflect that they! Rotary Governor October 31, ghosts, goblinsand Freshman class at the University but undaunted, the I local company were sent to the .
to Starke, but the Colonel pauses! to of Discusses Problems witches will make their head- of Florida In Bradford 'Tornadoes will meet South Florida flood area Wednesday I
place new responsibilities upon Starke-the responsibility i quarters at the former USO buildIng Gainesville last their most formidable foe of the In
tating tourist travel into and out of our city, so that none of our With Club Officials on Tempi! Street when the October 9. Con- season In Gainesville tonight after drivers response for evacuation a call work.for truck II i

f state visitors will be inconvenienced by not knowing which wayrn big, county-wide PTA Hallowe'en ner ran on the ,Y ) losing 27-13 last Friday to a hefty,, The this III
Lawrence M. Hiralg, Governorof Its festivities at 1 men on assignment aret :I
the Carnival
is also K
when they get to an Intersection There responty International .'open. "All S t u ent" smooth-functioning e 11 erllnui Sgt. Theodore
District 167-A, Rotary Goodge Opl. Kirby I
of eliminating safety hazards so that no tourist will have hisa was a guest of the local p.m. ticket, polling 383: j, (St. Augustine) team. Swindell, Pfo Tasco L. Lee. PfoVirgil ''t
accident that might possibly have been Mrs Junius Smith, President of votes to his Coach Carson Geiger states that
vacation spoiled by an club Wednesday and brought a Robinson, Pvt. Marian Manning .
ated by a caution light or stop sign. And then too there significant message on the Increasing the, PTA, stated this week that "Gator Par ty" the boys are not discouraged despite Pvt. Bayless McKlnney, and I
foot forward cf presentingn the international at 1 all school children> will opponent's 330.: : Pvt. Robert ''I I
s responsibility of putting our best : Importance of p. m. the poor showing mado In Turner '
In the hope that some of themt service of be released from their studies at Last May, Conner ,Re "
attractive town to our visitors program the first half of last Friday'; Seven 2 1-2 ton trucks were obtained ,
decide to stay with us as premanent residents. this world-wide organization. which time they, led by the BHS g r a duated 4 t ti event, and have been working from the 748th Ord Co., I

les, those U. S. 301 markers are quite Imposing but don't for- Addressing the club after Its band, will stage a gala parade from Bradford t, hard this week to get In shape Camp nianding, and each man left tIn r''
town No automobile.
Starke must live up to them! Hlrslg Wednesday pointed luncheon out that during Governor the will through be allowed. Prizes will be High Soh o ol, for tonight's game at Harris Field. charge that of they one truck.will remain It Is expected In (I .!'

last :fiscal year 418 new Rotary awarded to four ago groups, preschool where he was Even their staunchest. supporters the storm 'area for several day.
(Maurice Edwards, Jr. Clubs were organized In 16 countries primary, elementary and president of his junior class.. He could hardly hope for a Tor ; I

berts To Build Convention Trip In virtually every corner of high school, for the best continues entered the University la September nadoe win over the powerful i Lions Hear
Wins the globe. There are now a totalof and most. cleverly decorated bi- and has pledged Alpha Gamma Gainesville outfit that has trounced Governor ,

Maurice Edwards, Jr. memberof 6,200 clubs having a membership cycle. Afterward there will be a Rho, an agricultural and social Daytona Beach 19-0 and Bolles At Monday .MeetingAt ;

Station the Bradford County Chapter, of 300.000 business and professional picture show, of a spooky nature,' fraternity. 24-6.0 far this season. Sole

per Future Farmers of America, has men In 78 countries, he In the USO building Doyle was a member of the Gainesville loss has been to Miami the weekly meeting/ Mondayof

been named as stated. Such widespread devotion The parade will, mark the beginning Bradford County chapter of the Edison 12-7, Coach Geiger, however the Lions' Club at the Catholic
19000 building permit for a"iper one of six win to the Ideal of "Service above self of a long line of festive Future Farmers of America and promises that his charges USO, members heard Holce 8.

service station at Tern- ners of a statewide cannot fall to have a telling effect events, and the building and served as Its president from 1944 will enter the tray In fine fettle Johnson, District Governor, speakon I : I

venus and Eighth Street was F F A leadership on International relations, he grounds) of the USO will presenta to 1946. In August of 1946, he and will play a good game. He the subject of Llontsm. He expressed 'I

auto and accessory dealer. ? He will receive a Wherever\ Rotary Clubs are located most exacting of ghosts. Pony state president of the FFA... fans will accompany the team to the local c 1 11&b U making, :

r. Roberts stated yesterdayplans free trip all their activities are similarto rides, fish ponds, apple bobbing/ He Ii Is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Harris Field, where the game Is and, according to President A. B. ",
for the new station are expenses paid those of the Starke organization -[, fortune tellers, house. of horror Leon Conner, who reside on a called for 8:15.Rally: : Baker, had no complaints to make

being completed< and workbe to the 20th national because they are based on and many other features will greet farm six miles west of Starke. In Last Half concerning Starke's comparativelyyoung

started at an early'date. F F A con- the same general objectives developing celebrators. The eleventh gradeat Down but not out by a score of Lion's club which wai( organized -

"ntlre area of 110x110 feetbe tention to be held better understanding and BHS Is In charge of all decorating AttendedBy 21-0 at the half In last Friday's here only six month ago. .

paved, Mr. Roberta stated 1 in Kansas City. fellowship among business and for the occasion. Hot Presbytery game, the Tornadoes rallied In the One new member, V. R. Ferguson ,

the station will present ample Oct. 18-23, as a.professional men promoting com- dogs, hamburgers and all kinds of : 100 Tuesday fourth quarter making' two touchdowns was elected to the club.
'for the largest slab trucks representing .muni ty-bet terment undertakings, refreshments will be found. and .
vice president I << having a prospective
e highway state FFA. raising the standards of business Grounds will be well lighted' after The Florida North Presbyteryand
Florida Association third well set up when the final Scholarship Exams
I has not yet been announced! the Nitrate Education and professions and fostering the dark. Presbyterial met In the First whistle blew. McRae scored .1

1 line of gas and oil the new The Chilean of the leadership advancement ef good will, understanding Beginning at 5:30, the PTA Presbyterian Church here Tuesday through the line for number' one,, Application blanks for scholarship ,

<>will carry. Bureau, sponsor has awarded a total of and peace among all the will serve dinner In the USO The meeting began at 9:30: a. and Conner made the second on a examinations to be held In ,lY;

contest, defray the expenses of peoples of the world. assisted by the Girt Scouts Everyone m. with a Joint session, during run around right end. The game Gainesville on Friday, Oct. 31. .
J le 1308 to Following his address. the District to cordially Invited to attend, which all shared Holy Communionand
> Story Hour winners. ended with the Tornadoes on the may be obtained at the office of .
( the six\ were Governor met with officers, and a charge of Me per person heard an opening sermon by 8 yard line, first down and goalto the County Superintendent of Public ,
Divided The school-boy of committee chairmen and directorsof will be made.Activities the Moderator; Rev. Wm. J. cady. go. Instruction Four scholarship .

Q 1 Two Groups"e chosen for and their their high outstanding qualities I the club for a general carriedon discussion will temporarily discontinue Following the opening ceremony Obviously dazzled by the smooth are available to Bradford Coun- i s

leadership Maurice hav- of service activities during the Starke- two groups, one composed of representative double wing so effectively used tlans at the present time, Supt. I
Community Bible Story farming of "93.83 here. Palatka football game to begin at women from churchesof by St. Augustine, the Tornadoes A. R. McRae has announced. IF
lr held' each Tuesday afternoon Ing made a total profit vocational agrl- 8 p. m. Immediately, following the northern section of Floridaand wore. badly outplayed In the first I,
7" M-thodlst Recreation bulld- on his projects Shadycrest Hospital the game, the USO will be the the other of Ministers and hall. Ketterllnus mad 12 first ,

ha.. grown to such proportions I culture. By AMAThe scene of a gala Hallowe'en dance Elden, met separately.An downs to 8 for BHS. F The OFFICE CAT j :
1 It i U being divided Into two open to all sues A cake walk extensive morning program

'rate sessions. Insurance Is TopicOf Shadycrest Hospital has will be featured. All who plan to Included a welcoming address. to Gives InformationOn Says ,
attend are requested to appear In till ladles\ the President of the i
e first Meeting word that It has been by
session for the younger Bureau just received
(P of 1st and 2nd grade stu- recognized In the American Medical costume Ladles' Auxiliary, Mrs. J. R. Kite. New Auto Law

will be held at 2:30 o'clock. E L. Crawford President of Association's Register of According to Mrs. Smith, all Luncheon was served at 1 p. m. arm
"" second for older Bureau, /issued the to!- civic organizations are !being asked by the Presbyterian Ladles' Auxiliary Thomas W. Shand, trial examiner
group the Farm this week: Hospital. local to cooperate with sponsoringof In the Starke Woman's sent by the State to
I received by the
fr'n will o'clock. announcement
begin 3:30 letter
at ; low'!ng In a Starke and other districts In H H'Bowe
the booths, etc. Several already ClubFollowing. connection .
Its M. D., secretary
H. Arestad.
f are urged to cooperate by and< hospital, F.
"To all with the
'* their children attend the cttixeeker. of the Association wrote: have pledged full support the luncheon hour, new Motorists ,. .
r. County: I Financial Responsibility Law j
.r Bradford of Medical Education Presbytery and Presbyterlsl resumed was ,
will be In SO*, "The Council another I In the Sheriffs! office Wednesday .
ueks the meeting. At i
attendance'was then State Organizer and Hospitals, at Its meetingon Presbyterian Church
Friday) at the court theShadycr Joint session bald at 2 p. m, an afternoon, and will be here on the
"t the of the Bible tonight ( Oct. 5, voted to reco rnl "
" history and house at 8 p. m. to discuss automobile *"t Hospital In the American Morning Worship and sermonat address by Rev. W. Howard Lee, third Wednesday of each month the Wm I got an set to
lulls totaling. Hi children. ( lnauranc. AD who have Medical Association Register 11 o'clock. Dr. J. Warren Kauf chairman of the New Life Committee From 12 noon until 2 p. m. writ a hot editorial de.ounelatr j

" ;IIt story willuP trouble about automoblte Sammy of: Hospitals". man will speak on "Unclaimed waws heard. Also Included During his vtnlts here Mr. the new styles. t got used to the
' the Tuesday the 0' once should come bear This recognition places the BI. tng."- Sunday School at t5.: In the afternoon activities was Bhaads will be glad to give advice turn, things. No matter what 1-
I> on Sit.giving' of the Law I aker. This announcement IaI' I Shadycrest on par with other hoe Classes for alL Cottage* Prayer an address by Rev. Robert Rock, or explain any phases of the new put on 'em you JIM caa't keep
., sinaU on .hort notlc., without standards through Meetings will be held) at the manseat Field Director. law to any person who desires Information ,Ajnerlcan women from look big igtamoroae
Wren of high
coming for the 3:30 given So teU pitals which
.veryDn. I 8 m. Wednesdays. The meeting, appro-
'" country. ( p.
must come direct from' friend It." out
your / aboUt
I *> laalll
they will not miss any
of J
the pros am't

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that those starving children were I, hand always helps, I find. I piss an<1Sprinkle pine

Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED I PAGES FROM OUR PASTI standing The commanding outside. officers Issued and My.tears heart welled was-Indeed up In my saddened eyes mon mixture with ,end ugar together 1J1 a

1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNIR-EDITOH I orders. to keep them away, but when I saw the picture of the where plaw
This 't
and Entered Second I atlll they came and gathered up funeral ship bearing the war dead ,
PunllHhrd Every Friday ait Befit:'
Ily Buddy Davis 25 YEARS AGO Fred said he had seen San you'll want t II, !
the swill. home, as It entered the Francisco 1 m
Clans Mutter at the Post Office at Starke, Fla (From the October 13, 1922, Issue) out of again. "SaltPHONE
the cigarettes with Its
6(1( YEARS AO(! them pick harbor grim cargo.
(From the October 11, 1887, Issue The new Gaiety Theatre I Is the garbage and eat the rest- Fred said that had he died over-
MEMBERSubscription 1947 of The Starke Telegraph). ready for business and will open ashes and all. No, I don't haveto seas he wouldn't want to be mov
1 FLYING SAUCERS? The tonight with the screen play "Out ask Fred. I already know ed. It must be a very hard deci- Poll DEPENDABLE

93 Annually '1.10 For Six: Months Rev. A. Donney In England reports"a of the Silent North." The new what his answer would be. Theyare sion for any man's family to make.I nee
of air bubbles Theatre Is "located on W. Call st., people like us. If they are can quite understand why some
group resembling
balloons In size and across the street from Trunrr cold and hungry, we can help Vould not want their loved ones
ordinary toy
Drug Store." Owner Sam Rosen- them-and we must.I disturbed, and also why some
AND NOT A KIT TOO SOONIt shape were Been to rise from a
is encouraging to learn from Mayor II. C. Wall that a level space of Bnoto considerable berg has Installed six ceiling fan. now have the box ready to would want to bring them home.
and he that "the player
and then to and reports ship. I have bought flannel, and God give strength to those who t
State Road Department Safety and Traffic engineer will be i height, move up piano will be replaced with a mod- ilCOiN
food I also make this de-
and must heart-rending
down within limited andat long stockings
sent here in the near future to study local conditions and a area ern theatre Instrument known as
clothes. It seems so cision-each for himself
have some
make recommendations to the Committee of the equal distance from each other. 1927 sound
Safety City After about two minutes the photoplayer. (In very little and I think about how
Council. they was successfully added to films).
will last.
Two fatal accidents within the City limits of Starke i in were caught by an air current "On the return home of Robert short a time the food The tang of fall is definitely in
and borne eastward out of sight. the air, and for a hearty dessert
known theatrical -
Demorest the well
the of ,
space two months would certainly indicate that thereis
Then another group arose scenes for speakIng John came home one day soon these fine days for baking, try US I
plenty of improvement to be made here in the realm of manager
At home, Henry W. Epperson, plays and operas will be pro- after he first started to school this recipe: peel tart apples and
traffic safety. Of course, there is a possibility that both accidents Bradford County sheriff, advertises / vided under his direction." and was telling me something that make pastry. Cut pastry !In

might have occurred even if the streets had been a Sheriff's Sale "in front of the C. seemed pretty Important to him. ,squares large enough to fold over, 1
In the meanwhile DeWitt
1 properly marked or caution-lighted but there is also that courthouse." One new advertisement Is He said: "Mama, do you know 'apples. Place apples on pastry

other distinct possibility: the possibility that they would Is that. of "J. W. Hicks, City. here"Jones says and that advertises"cold stoves weather and there are girls as big as you go- squares and fill with sugar and ''I STARKE TAXI SER'J '

not have occurred if such precautionary) measures had been Barber and Hair Dresser" whose heaters. And Smith's Garage Is Ing to school, and do you know llnn..mnn------ ---_- Fold r n..trv. n over. -- an-r I Ir
taken. hop Is on Call St. "Just East of' still near the SA.L. Depot. what they wear? Some of them

Now that Highway 200) through Starke has been desig- the railroad." BHS. reveals the first month'sHonor wear pants Just like Daddy's-

nated a Federal route it will be more important than ever to Among the kiddies making the'i Roll and among those between Just like" grown-up men's overall r
.have street and Orange College Honor Roll wereJ. pants! He was very surprised. I
our highway intersections the and
properly marked second eighth
The child has a lot to learn,
P. Bennett, Archibald Johns, I poor
with stop signs, caution lights, and directional markers. It grades who made the honor are: he? J
Jerry Wills, Flora Young, J. R. jt. Call
Is hardly possible. under present conditions, to walk the 4 Sara Hope Haynes, Ben Stern Iha"n.t on then
Parrish, and Charles Dyal. time I go by the school
length of a city block without having one or more tourist Personal berg Evelyn Stump Alice Fer. a class of shorts-clad girlson in person. .

cars stop and ask directions. Such a condition certainly indicates A large drove of goats passed nandez. Beverly Cady, Hazel Ad I the campus I think back to hifJI
kins, Merrill Futch, Thomas Gill,
that directional markers through Starke are woe- through town Sunday evening. Clara Louise Peek, Theodore my own childhood school days- .

fully inadequate. There just couldn't be that many near- Remember that the election Young, Sam Sternberg, Edna Manning not so very long ago, either. EvenIn _
sighted tourists who would miss the markers if they were comes off on the 14th and don't and Grace Wood. the first grade we wore our 2.
large enough to be quickly visible and were properly placed. forget to vote the dry ticket. Personals, dresses to our knees and we or call 'em

With the new tourist season almost upon us, it is hoped Prof. Clark (Principal of Starke Miss Hilda Struth spent the wore dresses. When In gym we the ,
y that the traffic and will be made Male and Female Institute) Informs wore the regular old-fashioned on 'phone. .
safety survey at the earliest week-end In Lawtey, the guest ot
us that he has at the beginning bloomer suits, cut very full and
possible date and .
that the City will act upon the recommen- Miss Nelle Roberts.Mr.
of this month 119 scholars held with elastic above the 1Q'nIQ'
dations without delay and Mrs. J. E. Wilson Miss AL L
enrolled and expects to have many Mabel Weller, and J. J. Truby knees. The brevity of the modern

IF YOU CARE WRITE CARE more. : went on a fishing trip last weekto shorts sometimes amazes even me,
Mossers Andrews and Alvarez the lakes near Melrose at my ripe old age of twenty- a.-
Some months ago the Rotary Club of Starke sent
a received Wednesday a lot of new four. ,and ask'em
CARE food package to a destitute family in Europe. Some horses direct from Tenn. This Mr. and Mrs. Paul Canova are
It might be because most of my
enjoying the pleasures of a handsome all the questions
time later a scrawled letter of appreciation from you
a woman makes a nice outfit, and the best school In
new Buick six. days were spent Catholic -
in Italy came to the club here through the CARE offices in regulated stable in this part of Miss Evelyn Colson will leave schools under the stern super- o can' think of

New York, describing just what the treasured package had the State. November 1st to enter St. Lukes vision of the nuns. Still I cherish

meant to herself and her family. Perhaps there are others Indulgers The man who can Hospital at Jacksonville, for a those memories with a fondness

in Bradford County who have sent these packages and have pass the warning notice, "Paint," course in nursing. dear to my heart. The school I Set your mind at ease before

received the heart-warming letters of appreciation from those i without testing the matter with his Over the years-"A girl's mind loved best of all was a little one- buying a new washer. Get fi nt.

who received them. finger to see. If It is dry, has sufficient Is something like the first dish of room building nestled In the foothills hand information by talking to Maytag owners-relative*

"CARE packages saved many lives in Europe last win- will-power to give up chop suey-you can never tell of the Ozark mountains. friends or neighbors..We're) sure you'll find them typical
.... drinking. "
r what's In It.
.. ..
the millions' of loyal Maytag owners-so enthusiastic
' These were the words used by General Lucius Clay, commanding So many people think I have so about their Maytags that they welcome every chance to
" 4 officer of the American Zone in Germany, in a recent One Woman's will just put forth the effort. SoI J much work to do with all these pass the good word along.

I cablegram urging that CARE stockpile the largest possible have decided that I shall also .children. But most of it, really, If you don't happen to know any Maytag owners,well
number of packages in Europe before the winter give to those who can't get the Is my washing and Ironing. People -
give you the names of some who live near you. Drop a
lie warned that this winter "the need OpinionSeveral necessities of life no matter how who have an aversion to hanging -
will be
evengreater' hard they work.I [ or 'phone for them, with no obligation, today!
out socks would be horrified at
than (fist year and that "outside help will assistremendously" wondered If I should ask Fred the: 40 pairs a week that I have Over 4 A million Maytags have been sold...far more tin

how he thought about It, consider- to: wash and separate. I always any other waher.ELECTRIC.
'To the person who is genuinely interested in helping the weeks,ago. I. ,wrote a ing that he fought the Germans get a kick out of trying to figure
' destitute of Europe it is good to know that there is some- plea for clothes:for a destitute: In combat.. Bat at I searched my out just how many steps a.week SERVICE & SUPPLY)

l thing even more tangible to be done than observing'meatlessTuesdays family in Germany. I didn't havea I mind I remembered him tellingme those: 40 pairs;ot Socks represent. ..

,1 r and eggless and poultryless Thursdays. That something single reply and did not'receive about Christmas of '49.: The Anything that helps divert your "
IJ is made possible through CARE (Cooperative for one article of clothing. men in the barracks had saved mind from the dreary task at STARKE, FLA.

,,1 American-Remittances to Europe) a non-profit organization Last week I received two letters their candy rations and on Christ-

" formed by the top U. S. welfare agencies to afford individual the same day from friends I mas Day they decided to give the
' had never seen. The one from my children a party, ''complete with
\ Americans an opportunity to send food and clothing pack-
corresponding friend In this country Ice cream and cake. When they
ages to individual Europeans on a person-to-person basis.
said: "I am very fortunate. first told the children their little BUSY
Each CAKE packagle costs just ,$10 and contains food My husband has* about 27,000 In minds couldn't understand, but MAN'SFOR PAUSE

And clothing worth anywhere from $20( up in Europe, depend- the bank. He gives me a weekly none of them came, but soon one

ing on the country. The packages were designed py experts allowance and I buy anything I of the soldiers brought a child in

.',' to meet current, acute shortages in European countries today. want." The one from a fatherIn gave him some of the sweets, and

In order to start one of these packages on its way to Germany Bald: "I do not fear when he left he spread the story.

some needy person in Europe, simply send your remittance i for myself, but for my children. Fred said they came In droves,

to CARE, 50 Broad Street, New York 4, N. Y. Delivery is The winter comes nearer and they and some of them were even COKE LEADS TO

guaranteed and each donor receives a signed receipt upon will be cold. I am not writing a carrying babies. These the soldiers -

delivery. If you do not know the name of an individual in begging letter but if you can send fed, themselves. I remem-
any old clothes my wife can sew bered that, and I also rememberour
:,.' Europe to whom you wish to send a package: CARE will see them."
Quite Isn't
a contrast lit? ,
that it reaches someone who is genuinely in need. with our tables
I. have given great thought a- laden with
foods, and toys
If you are not satisfied with simply doing without meat bout the poor around us, and certainty piled high all over the living room WORKING REFRESHE
and poultry one day a week the CARE
packages are just charity should begin at floor. Fred said that the children
,: what you've been looking for. home. But most of us, in this ,over there would stand outside

" land of plenty, can have the thingswe and look through the windows at

MANY A TRUE WORD need If we are willing to work II I them eating until It- was nearly

The fact that another tourist season is almost upon us for them. They are here If we :Impossible to swallow, knowing

calls to mind a humorously satirical (but all too'true) article

written by II. I. Phillips in his "Once Over" column follow- i

ing a visit to Florida last winter. It's always interesting to

, see ourselves as others see us though the truth some-

times hurts, even when spoken in jest. ae ai .

The Phillips column is syndicated in several hundred

daily newspapers all over the nation, and this one was "dedi-

cated" to the hogs and cattle that endanger the lives of

, tourists and natives alike on Georgia and Florida highways.
We quote:

Dear Folks: Well' I have just made one of them trips south

through Georgia and Florida by auto and the cows are ahead on

points, although I am still holding the pigs even. I never knew tis des

there was so many cows and pigs loose highways before In the

whole V.S.A. Them Georgia cattle are the skinniest I ever seen, Iii 9t

and now I know why. They keep thinking there Is grass in macadam ) ;aa

cement and asphalt. And a cow born and raised in Flor- 1
ida evidently has been sold on the Idea there Is nourishment In 9 a 4s"
<)f} POST.$229*> 't
.them white lines that mark the middle of through roads.
Georgia and Florida cows are the only kind that have to be BUT WS SAY

rtaken Into a service station every few week to have the dents $3 OK YOU -
removed. OLD RADIO return ,:

They are a breed known as Backlnto cattle They will back .w YOU PAY ONLY imply tattles promptly

Into anything. You can get the breed by crossing a very calm
cow with an extra dumb Jackass. Ill. StMMtoi r.rt.4 ClMllM.**-{N.. 1007)
-Shown Clottl ,IQjh .*-tvoy d*.ign In
The pig Is a Georgia and Florida road problem, too. Thereare .rich hond*rvbb.d. motw.any ......M> with{ $19995
ntiqwt gold' finish trim*
big sows there that have bumped Into cars so often that they

have developed collision resistance. The Spartan M.d....
Clloll. nger-
So If you know anybody setting out for the South by auto, ,In gleaming Oalden)
warn him about the animal life and tell him to drive slow passing Wheat.
Tne Tu fat ttusi
Spartan Contompo. Spartoi features
farm stock, and always hold out his hand so a hog or heifer will nary Challenger) INo.

know what he U going to do. mahogany 1006))-,.. ..hond...-..rvbb.d. 2 wave. bandi-AM & PM

a-, Yours Spartan Olantanna-long**
Elmer.LET'S built.In aerial an the market
Continuum tone control

'I Cxclutive{. Eternal.Oem AHI
I HAVE SOME FUN! ,C(/l t:()i C/ ....dl.-guaranteed forever

Radio' rlcfiMf voice ,inco 1916 against wear defect
Foal'proof record

See The Fights GRAB itroot car hap a bud But ROII-out phonograph drawer
hurryl Get
yevr magnificent SpartanChallngr Two big retard eomparten.nt' 1
while, you. can, at this tumbledown !
price! I...I...del.-prao f back

'At Boom Town Yet, we'll give. y'. $30 trade-In allowance Compact cabinet Ideal formallMt
] en your old radio-regardlew ef make or opo_.,,'.
....011 -
Every Friday Night, 8:30 P M.






I ,
Story included with the camera visiting Collins Mrs. Joyce Futch Miss .4, Tallahassee wore guests of Mr. an track eleven world-famous tracks In Dorma Grlffls and Mrs. Eunice Mrs. Carl Jones last Friday. mother Mrs Lizzie Hines, who I-
| Cornel Wilde order to obtain these breathtaking LawteyBy Kelly served Ice cream and cake GrahamBy Mrs. Willard Smith of Wlnte r very 111 at her home In High
shots. Garden spent the weekend wltl h Springs. We wish her a speedy
jrida Theatre Cornel Wilde portrays the happy- L. H. Fntrh Miss Arthurlne Blanchard of Mrs, John McKinney; her son and daughter-in-law. Mi, recovery. i

et go-lucky Jcck Wallace an easy- Jacksonville was a weekend guest .. and Mrs. J. W. Smith, at Samp- We are sorry to hear that A. I IYounji'blood
tJ exciting love tory natured spendthrift who makes his I 4-II CLUB ORGANIZED of her parents Mr. and Mm. A. Mrs. Lime Surrency of Tampa son. Is in the Alachua Jt
of thunder- I
ling tempo living from race horses and either Miss Madge Whlgham. Bradford M. Blanchard.Mr. was the weekend guest of relatives Mr. and Mrs. John McKlnne;y County' Hospital where he has un'I
(eats! and flooded with I has a pocketful of money or is County home demonstration agent, and Mrs. Willie Carter and here. moved Into their new house tw.o dergone one operation and will
and color of the world's I flat broke. Love Interest is supplied visited the Lawtey School Monday family and air. and Mrs. J. W. Mr. and Mr.. H. B. Altman ol f weeks ago and were glad to ge t have to have another one this j
racing classics, "The t by titian-haired Maureen O' and while here organized 4-H Holmes of Raiford were guests of Nichols and Vaster Youngblood ol f back home. Mr. McKinney bull t week.Mr
tcb", starring: Cornelureen : Hara. Clubs. for the elementary and Mr. and :Mrs James Browninglast the nice 6-room house. He hasn't *. John Surrency' had her I
d O'Hara, will be I Next Tuesday and Wednesday Junior high school girls. Sunday. this week with relatives In North I finished the porches :yet, but vii 1 children with her Sunday to celebrate
day and Monday at the t the Florida will present "Calen The elementary group elected Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.L. Carolina. complete them tills fall. her 87th birthday anniversary.
eatre. dar Girl" with Jane Frazee William Genevieve Pringle as president H. Hill were Vernon Vann of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wall haveopened Mrs. Maude Graves la still 1 tm:. Those who were present 1
gorgeous technicolor,, Marshall and Gail Patrick. with Inez Futch as vice president I Portsmouth, Va., Mr. and Mrs. N. a modern dime store In the proving.Mr. were Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Sur
ill Oriffls building: Last Saturda and Mrs. Hlnes I of Gainesville Mr. and Mrsny .
wry of a boy and a and Barbara Brittle secretary I B. Blocker of Atlantic Beach, Mr. Dudley o rency
.he. conflicting personal The Junior High group elected and Mrs. Hallie Jones and children was the opening day. Mr. and I Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Ra; Mack McKlnale of Jacksonville
? into a race a"world "Black Beauty"Is the following officers: President, and Mr. and Mrs. James Black- Mrs. Wall are experienced In this i Hines, Bobby!: Hines, and Mr Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Surrency and
Sn search of the Daisy Wilkinson; Vice President, shear of Starke. line of biBlneas and we wish Alice Starling, all of Graham I, Mr. and Mrs. A. Padgett of Hague. 10'
: Park I
Offering them
which welds Mr. and Mrs. H. B. and every success. :
t the turf Joyce Bennett, and Secretary, Crosby Mrs, Effie Miner and granddaughter 04".._
bulent romance Into a, Starting Sunday Loca Rafuse. daughters of Brooker were Sunday
Ann Miner,
Mary were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L.
.of t love the greatest racing. "Black Beauty", based on one of PLAN NEW CITY JAIL H. Futch. business visitors to Jacksonvillelaat Rom where I sit... // Jo'C'Ma.rsh" .
recorded on film are; the most popular animal storIes of The Lawtey City Council met In Miss Lou Edwards of Jackson- Saturday. _
ver all time, will be shown at the called session Monday night with ville spent the weekend here with Miss Myrtle Peeler of Boca Raton "
Park Theatre for three days start- the following members present: H. her parents Mr. and Mrs Will spent Sunday night here at! I
Ing Sunday. Playing featured C. Kelly J. E. Wall Jr., H. C. Edwards. the guest of Miss Blithe Collins Mystery of

roles in this film version of the Harley and O. J, Anders. Plans Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hallman of ?
XP E R T famous horse story are Mona were made for erecting a modern Chattanooga Tenn. and Mrs. Margaret the Farms .

Freeman Richard Denning, and city jail to replace the one that Kelly of New River were visiting THE PICTURE YOUDIDN'T "oj,. Missing .
Evelyn Ankers. has been used for several years the H C. Kelly family dur- I
but has been declared unsafe and Tap; the number ef farms In where oar free American life Usecure.
the week. Miss returnedto
ing Kelly
Those ever popular comics Bud CAN NEVER BE TAKEN America Is shrinking(by a quarter. ., Where every member co t
unsanitary Chattanooga with the Hall-
Abbott and Lou Costello will en- and will the winter TOMORROWNOW million in the list fire years!). operetta and share the work .1
mans spend aa
liven the '
at the Park for
screen PTA MET TUESDAYThe their guest Is the time to get Whit's happened to the missing living together In temperance and .
r the mid-week double feature next Lawtejr PTA met in the Miss Blithe Collins spent the MQVIKS: of thoaw growing tarns The land. han been taken tolerance-temperance that prefer t

epRV will Wednesday be seen and In "Little Thursday.Giant"They with school auditorium Tuesday: evening* weekend in High Springs visiting Youngster. You don't have to In by other farm, Increasing the a moderate beverage like beer| t
with a large attendance. The buy expensive" Camera or Projectors size 1 that
and tolerance for
Brenda in Mrs. Martin. While there she average by twenty acres a taste may
Joyce a supporting group decided to affiliate with the to make movies' of your J
attended the Martlp-Ellla family this different from one's own.
IC E On the same program will be state and NationAl organization. own. We will rent them to you Does growth mean farmbe 1
"Desirable' Jan reunion. This family was celebrating ing's longer! family enter. From where I sit Family ,
Lady" starring It was also decided to prepare' a for a very small fee and your no a our
Wiley and Phil Warren. petition with the signatures of 19 its 100th anniversary in only Investment I... the film. pried Just the opposite! More Farms (and they're 98% of .U

Chas. C. The double feature Friday and eltctora: asking that the name of Florida.Miss Laura Leenhouts of Gaines- Como In today for further families own farms today than farms) are something that thl.
Saturday Oct. 24, 23, will consistof H (.".. Harley be plaoH on the t-al- of Information ever-only with labor-saving country can be proud oft I ,
hepherday's ville and Mrs. Jessie Young
"Smoky Smith" with Bob lo' for school trustee in the Nov. equipment: they can handle mora "
Starke visited the Lawtey school Camera
Station Steele and "Rebellious Daughters" 4 election. land, more work.
Service last Friday. While here they
with Marjorie Reynolds! Chapter After the businem, meeting; thu e held conferences with the teachers and Gift ShopCall That's a* It should be.The family .8ce1 AO .4
3 of "Law of The Wild" and a present went to the cafeteria fora I and hepled plan their work. St. at R. R. Starke farm Is a fortress of democracy

cartoon will complete the program. social hour. A refreshment com- I I I Mr. and Mra. D. B. Thomas and '

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.i'f TUB! CIRCUIT COURT. BRAD By Lucille C. Conner D. C. Brooklyn
Baptist WMS Janet.AndersonIs FORD. COUNTY. FLORIDA.IN T. Frank Landruro. Btarka. Fla. New York
II. SOCIETY and CLUBS Re Petition for Adoption oThereaa Atty. for Plf. 11-18 ft 10-17 October are u'* to
Has Installation HonoreeAt Ann McLarty a minor.ORDER an"' b'P
reek: cau.1 witre!> ?..
Of New OfficersThe Birthday DanceMr. NOTICE TO APPEAR FLORIDA IN CHAN- Telegraph shall !!oradr.rd 114,'
to Thomas P. CERY. In next ', c.
Scavenger Hunt Club Begins STATE OF FLORIDA four we kI itle
MoLarty Addraaa unknown. Eva C. McBride plaintiff Itn. .. my
installation service of the and Mrs. J. L. Anderson Stark. lords oehelq
Defendant ;
to Francis
Joseph McBrtUe.
Enjoyed ByIntermediates Luncheon Series You are hereby required appear ts, .
Woman's Missionary Society of honored their daughter Miss Janet on the 10th day of November' 1947.In Case No. 6891.ORDER 18fT. &D4r,

Twenty members of the Stark,e the First Baptist Church was held Anderson with a dance Saturday Leonard the above E.entitled and Ptarle cause M.whereIn Colon- NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR As(OFFICIAL Clerk of PEAL said Court. J. 'fie'

Woman's Club enjoyed Ladle e In the church Tuesday afternoon, night at the Woman's Club house, teak an Order of Adoption and STATE OF FLORIDA to: Joseph TY <
The Intermediate Fellowship, Oct. 14, at 3 o'clock. the occasion being her sixteenth change. of name of Theraaa Ann Francis McBride, whose residenceand ranikleLaandru ,. n. Co
Luncheon Day Wednesday at th e MoLarty a minor. That thin Notlo, adilraaa la: (18 Park Place, Atty, for Plt m, "''ark.,
group of the First Methodist club house. From 10:30: until th'e Mrs. H. L. Hough the retiring birthday anniversary. be published In the Bradford CountyTelearapa .. i..21t PIa
for four consecutive II
Church enjoyed a scavenger hunt luncheon at 12:30: members played president was the installing of- Miss Anderson received guests week -- '
Mrs. M. F. Brown and ---.
given by bridge concluded with bingo, ficer. with her parents at the door. Her Witness my hand and official
Mr*. L. J. Green Thursday afternoon and seal of office at Stark, Florida, Let us repaint
recreational and prizes were awarded winner. A duet, "Jesus Saves", was evening gown was ()f green thin the 8th day. of 1947. old
Oct. 9, In the Ootoberb your
Tables where members wer<< given by Mrs. L. G. Powell and white striped cotton. In a charmIng (OFFICIAL SEAL) oma., I CtE BicYcle. We'UffPaJ?,
It like
building. C
Mrs. Madge Futoh accompanied off-the-shoulder-style of bal- Clerk of Circuit Court. A new. Also>
After the hunt each told served luncheon were cleverly dec Att'y., Starke.Fla. EQw used fore '
group k by Mrs, D. L. Thomas at the. lerina length trimmed In black 1011K0.41 Ferryman.10IS1 Bicycles saIn':
experiences of how they obtained orated with center pieces of pin piano followed by a prayer led velvet. Her corsage was of red -

their booty and the losing group gladioli yellow chrysanthemUDUand by Mrs. W. J. Epperson. roses, reaching almost from in CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD

presented two comical skits. Sev- bronze button chrysanthe, A lighted candle signifying the, shoulder to shoulder. Mrs. Anderson CICRT.COirNTY.' FLORIDAIN CHAN SHOE

eral enjoyable games were playedund.r mums. Placed effectively abou't light of the world was placed beside -' was becomingly attired in Furn In M Bourry; ;Plaintiff, vaEtiKonla .
vari-colored McCormlrk Defen
the direction of Florence the Bible on a table and unlighted aqua crepe featuring Scurry REPAIR
f ,
the room where large baskets o: butterflies below the waist dant. Cane No. 6978.
Brown and Phoebe Green, after candles were given the officers sequin ORDER OF PUfllJCATION
which Miss Carol White, Inter- the same flowers intermixed. to be Installed. As there line. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

mediate leader welcomed three Hostesses for the day we names of these officers were called Mlsf June Caldwell and Miss McC.rmlck STATE OF Scurry FLORIDA whose to residence Eugenia Longer Wear Thru Expert Repair
new members Mary Beth Lane Mrs. R. A. Green Mrs. JunIus K' Louise the
beginning with the president Byers presided over lei Unknown.
Ann Johns and Billy Henderson. Smith and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid' each officer lighted a candle. i guest book and Mrs. Lyle Anderson You are required to appear on -New Life For Old ShoesBIGGS&BAKER-
Farewell October 24. 1947. In the above named
gifts were presentedto Mrs. Hough brought this message received wraps. Pat McGriff Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
two members, Bert Newcomb WSCS To MeetThe I seeks divorce. Bradford County i
out more clearly by explain-
presided over a table overlaid this OrderIn
and Jimmy Rowe. who were pro- Ing to each officer the import- next Pf'.U'.b: : weedy leeuee.Wltneee .
moted to the Senior Group, and WSCS of the Methodist ance of fulfilling her office to the with white and featuring tall silver my hand and official seal

birthday gifts were given to five Church will have its regular business !. best of her ability so that she candelabra on either and where 23 at, atarke 1947. ..Florida talc September 105 W. Call St.flEL J
members: Phoebe Green, Judy and meeting at !$ Starke Jj
program might be an Inspiration and help gifts were attractively displayedat (OFFICIAL PEAA. J. Thomas. .. .
Green Bert Newcomb, Jimmy. o'clock :Monday October 20. a t to light the pathway of others the west end of the room. A" Clerk of said Court.INSURANCE. ,
Rowe, and Billy Weldon. 'the church.li. .
around her.Officers
Color scheme of the evening

Installed for the new I was green yellow and white be- '

year were: ing used throughout In decorating. u you seed fire, automobile, life

President Mrs. S. E. Sparks. : Spotlights were used In accent- or any other type Insurance see iui1Ti

':! NEW MERCHANDISE First Vice-President Mrs. A. Ing gift and serving tables and me at 120 W. Call Street, opposite

J. Thomas other charmingly highlighted spots Bradford County Tele- 15

RECEIVED THIS WEEK I Second Vice-President :Mrs. about the room. Large basketsof graph In Starke. Having engaged Maxwell house

r M. F. Hazen yellow gladioli and bamboo In this business since

Young: People's Director :Mrs. were lavishly used adding charmto 1931, I am well qualified to '

E. D. TenlyTreasurer the surroundings. represent your best interests.No COFFEE

:Mrs. T. B. Hard- Guests later served re- client of mine has ever losta

9 LUX ALARM CLOCKS ing freshments were from a long serving thin dime by placing their ,
Secretary Mrs. F. J. Shaw
table overlaid with white damask. Insurance with me. 44e

Selling at $3, $3.35 and $3.75Plus Pearce Training School Mrs. John White and green ribbons formeda N. D. WAINWRIGI1T. JR. _

from which Phone 151
scalloped edge Bag
10 Percent Tax Stewardship Chairman Mrs...
streamers of the same colors
T. B. Harding
draped gracefully to the floor at ,
Margaret Fund Mrs. R. A.
Intervals. Spaced at intervals

BILLFOLDS Newsome Children's Home Mrs. Ralph around the edge of the table were Ag.BICTARKE I Tit
Alvarez tiny arrangements of hydrangeasand Palmollve FUt
fern. In the center of the
The Best We Have Had In Mission Study Mrs. M. F. _
I table was an artistically decorated
Years. Made From Selected lazen
1 birthday cake banked with fern. Popular Brand Geo. WWlhlnglonCigarettes
Steer Hide, Back Again To Community MI.t stone Mrs. Sun. Mon. Tnes.
Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth exquisitely
Pre-war Quality. Ruth Morse October 19 20( 21 Instant
Literature Mrs. R. A. Thomas I gowned In black faille and Coffee

Flowers Mrs. L. G. Powell 'white eyelet presided over the
$2.50 to $8" Social Mrs. :Maxie Carter I ICircle punch! bowl and assisted in caringfor BLACK BEAUTYMona 1.75 Carton 39c lb.

Leaders: j guests. Fireman, Richard

No. .1 Mrs. L. G. Powell Approximately 60 guests were Denning Butt 3 Cans Heinz Tomato SOliD
No. 2 Mrs. W. L. AndrewsNo. I present to share this memorable Short a News I
Another Shipment of Subject Get One of
3 Mrs. H. L. Brownlee ccaslon with Miss Anderson.A. ,. Another Kind FREE

Whitman'sFine AuxUlary Counselors: W. Anderson, Jr., provided Wed Thurs. Oct. 22 23
Y.W.A. Mrs. E. C. Mann Jr.. music for dancing. GIDBI Lady Betty
and Mrs. W. B.. Mundv
Also ni5'i6-: Int. O.: A.-=.:::Mrs. F. J. CATSUP Salad Dressing
Pine Level BaptistRev. LITTLE GIANT
Shaw and Mrs. Rufus Hutchings

p ,' Hollingsworth'sUnusual 13-14 Jnt. C. A Mrs. Jesse W. E. Hall, who has been Abbott & Costello 17c 1Sc pt.Swift's .

l 's. Chocolates Newsome attending a Bible Conference in ADdDesirable-

a In One & Two Pound Boxes: : Jr. G. A. Mrs. L. D. Halnea Detroit Mich., will be back in J hockless Tenderized ,I
and Mrs. D. L. Thomas his pulpit at the Pine Level Bap- I
Sunbeams Mrs. Glady Canova. LadyJan PICNIC HAM lb. 59c
tist Church for services Sunday.Mrs -
Have Your Prescriptions Filled Here. Two Mrs. Hough the retiring president -

and Mrs. Alderman the retiring : .Lloyd Lewis has returnedto Wiley, Phil Warren Rib or Irfsket Fresh Ground I1II

Graduated and Registered Pharmacists On treasurer were presentedwith her home In Wilmington Del., Also News

gifts by Mrs. L. G. Powell after spending several days here STEW 3Sc
from the members of the society with 'her brother-in-law and sis Fri. Sat. Oct. 24 85BOUBLK 32c Hamburger -

Duty for their work during the past ter, Mr. and Mrs. T. 'T. Long. FEATURE .

eara.The new president Mrs. S. E. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Webb spent SMOKY SMITHWith Meaty Beet

KOCH DRUG STOREDress Sparks, called a business session, Sunday at Long Branch with Mrs.
at t which time the budget for the Effle Johns on Homecoming Day. Bob Steele Neck Bones 25c Liver SSeiI

new year was adopted. The meeting And -

I was closed with a prayer by tit CIRCUIT eerier KRADFORD

Mrs. Hough followed by a social COUNTY, FLORIUA1N CHANCERY : REBELLIOUSDAUGHTERS I u. s. No. 1 POTATOES, 10 lb. 37 I II

hour prepared by Mrs. L. D. Alice Clao Perry Gardner, Plaintiff,
vi. Jams Furman Uordner, Defendant
Haines, Mrs. Ralph Alvarez Mrs.A. fine No. 600!). I
J. Thomas Mrs. W. L. Andrews ORDER OF IM'IH.IOATIOV AND California Tokay''
and Mrs. D. L. Thomas. NOTICn TO APPEAR Marjorie Reynolds
S tee
James. Furmnn Gardner, whose re>*.1' Chap. S "Law of the Wild" Lemons, doz. 20c Grapes lOc
ld"noe la unknown And Cartoon
Recent BirthsThe You are' required/ to appear. on
Sale November 3rd, 1947 In the above
mimed Court and cause, wherein
Shadycrest hospital announces plaintiff *eek. divorce BradfordCounty -
the following births: Telegraph shall publlnh this
Order In next four weekly laeuel.Wltneaa .
I Mr. and Mrs Tyre S. Thomas, my hnnd and official. aealnt .
'Lake Butler .boy ,James Franklin October Starke.1547.OFFICIAL Florida. this lat day. of It isn't too soon to start

Sept. 27. ( HKAL) A. J. Thomas R-
I Mr. and Mrs. Claude E. Batten, Am Cleric of said Court. thinking about that all-
By Lucille C, Conner D. C.
NOW IS THE TIME I tarke, girl Martha La Verne, John J. HendersOB. Baa., St. Augustine -
Sept 29. Florida. Scour
t Atty. for PIt. 1013| 4t 10114) important Xmas gift.
a TO COMPLETE I Mr. and Mrs. Seth W. Griffith,

k'' 4 Starke, boy David Patrick, Sept. IV nnri'iT COVHT. IIRADFORDOtINTY. selection
( RY.
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Jeffers> Owen Edward Llnrilaman, Plaintiff,
OUR VM Marjorie E, IJndaman. Defendant. of
tarke rings.
girl, Jacqueline Ann Oct. Ca. No. A03I.OHDRIt .
Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Ellxton, NOTICE TO APPBJU f Ring of every description for every
LOSSIS Worthington Springs boy Clifford Marjorie E. Llndam.n, whose raaldvnce purpose. Diamond solitaires, Birthstone -

John, 28.Mr : la unknown
Sept. Ring, Engagement Ring
You are required to appear on WatchesMen's h
and Mrs. James L. Bur-: November 10 1947,In the above named *
'roughs Doctor's Inlet James Court an.i cause wherein plain
YOUR boy, tiff aoeka dlvnrce, Bradford County
'mold, Oct. 2. I Telegraph this Order
U'.h: weekly III':. .
\Y Mr. and Mrs. Oran Harper, Lake "n, next my hand and
GAIN Butler, boy, Richard Leroy, Oct. at Starke, Florida, this October *: Elgin
2. 9, 1947.IOFFICLALA..
A. 3. Thomaa,
Mr. and Mrs. Powell M. Team, .Clerk of said. Court. .
WE ARE OVERBOUGHT lector's Zach. H. Douglas. Caln! vtll.., Kin.,
girl Carolyn Mae,
Attya. for rif. 10110 4t 10131|

Mr. and Mri. Thomas E. Lewis,
-= '
( /1 FROM SIZES 9 TO 51 tarke, boy Thomas Arthur, Oct.
Oct. 4.Mr. PURE OIL International

and Mrs. Rudolph B. Rosier By
Come In And See For Yourself .awtey, boy Randal Rudolph Oct. PRODUCTS'Greasing Costume Jewelry.

S. Tire Patching

K The Beautiful Styles We Have On Sale Mr. and Mrs. Paul K. Baxley, Tires Tube

Doctor's. Inlet, girl Carolyn Oct. Distinctive Bridal Ensembles .

.. BatteriesWe Beautifully Matched Bridal Gift f tS
Seta ]
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Nix Law- In Short ]
Any Type of Ring You
tey. girl, Helen Marie Oct. 7.

SALE LASTS Mr. and Mrs Paul Veron OIlv- Also Do Might" Desire For Self or Gift Tie Pins. ,

1 10 DAYS ONLYRobbins' S.erio, New York, girl Justine, Oct. AUTO REPAIRS Collas Set

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Sapp. Rai-

8.ford, boy. William Richard Oct. TENLEY'SPURE EXPERT WATCII REPAIRING

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Moody, OIL

,Penney Farms girl. Wealthy Char- Service Station
lotte, Oct. 8.

Mr. and Mrs. A. Padgett, Mid- T..mplevenue Phone 199ALVAREZ' GEM

9 UUbu/g.. by Ronald Glenn Oct. JEWELRY

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The Store Of Values
Ilen.s Clothing Id I
1 STORE .. 109 E. CALL ST.
I EstabllstJed 1894 I PHONE 170 STARKE FLA.



t'fS LOCAL NEWS L. A. Brown of Brooker visited Mrs A. W. Anderson left last Mrs. J, M. Brownlee and Mrs Mrs. Hal P. Gillen Mra. One Co. K >rd Bn.. 124th Inf., Florida.
? the Starke Masonic Lodge Mon. Friday for Pittsburgh Pa., where J. E. Wilson spent Saturday In Wiggins and Mrs. L. Q. Hemingway National Guard. They were accompanied

d ... day night. she will spend' several weeks with Gainesville as guests of Mrs. S. T. were visitors in Gainesville by :Mrs. Long and Mr*.

m Pee Wee Dampier, who has been her son.in-law and daughter Mr. Dell. Tuesday. Snyder
AdWns left Monday J. H. DuPre was a visitor In at the Lake City Veteran's Hospital and Mrs. Edward J. Schwab.
Z. Mrs Bertha Pearce had as Luster's fine roNmrtlr and .perfumes C. F. Boyer of Amiens France
d lenoday visit with herr Daytona Beach this week. for a month has returned to Mrs. Selma McCall returned to guests last week her sitters, Mrs. distributed by"...". Ethel arrived Sunday for a two weeks'

r, MI'I. B. A. Pope, In Nor- Uart's Beauty Salon "Anniver work at Joyner's market. Starke recently after spending a W. T. Saxon of Oakland Park and Biggs, telephone 108. visit with his aunt, Miss Pearls I

so sary Special", starting Friday 11 Mrs. S. W. Haisten returned week In Orangeburg. S. C. Mrs! Emily Faver of Miami. I I Lt. Col. T. T. Long of Starke Colson.

ward Burns was a visitor Shampoo, IK't. and manicure, Monday from a weekend visit with Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong were O. L. Patten recenUyattende<1 and Col. Maxwell Snyder of Mrs. L. J. Green and Mrs. P. M. I !

Tuesday. $1.75. lo-n 2t her daughter Mrs. Paul Miller, in a reception In honor of the
fconvllle hosts last weekend to Mr. and 1"101'-1 I Jacksonville were! In Orlando this Barefoot spent Thursday afternoonin
1sI I B7. B Kennard of UmatlllaI Mrs. Edith Mosley will return Miami. Mrs Jack Wiggins and daughter, ida Railroad and Public week for activation ceremonies of Gainesville.

Tuesday for several daya'th this wewekend from Big Springs Mrs. W. U. Morse and Mr. and Judy of Jacksonville Commission at the Seminole) Hotel I

Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Texas, where she haa been a Mrs. Paul Constantine were visitors Anniversary. Special. at Ljwly In Jacksonville. I ft .,. f

Il ", dungarees and jod- guest of relatives. She will be accompanied Thursday to St. Augustine Fair Beauty Shoppe (for Oct. and I Mr. and Mrs. John F. Burton fl

,4 sizes 7 to 14, at home by her daughter where Mrs. Morse attended the Nov.)I Helen Curtis Cold Wave I of Knoxville Tenn., and Mrs. I

In 'S. Mrs. Edna Mae Stevenson. monthly meeting of the St. Johns $7.50; Machine Permanent $1.50: Dora Burton of Rome, Ga., will l

chapter of the Florida Federationof Marhlnelras S3.50: Shampoo and arrive Sunday to spend some time I

Social Workers. Sets $1.Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson

WE HAVE RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF Anniversary Specials at lady and Mrs. Clifton Brown and Mrs. C. E. Burton. Sun. Mon Oct. 19. 20

Brinley Steel Beam Turn Plows Fair Beauty Shoppe (for Oct. and visited! their daughter, Miss Mar- Hart's Beauty Salon "Anniver I

Nov.) I Helen Curtis Cold' Wave Ian Brown, at FSU In Tallahasseelast sary Special", starting Friday 11 HOMESTRETCHCornel

I Inch Steel Beam $13 Inch Steel Beam $13.75 $'7JW; Machine Permanent ....50; weekend.! -Shampoo, set, and manicure, Wilde Maureen O'Hara

11*Inch Grove Light Horse $16.75 Machine-leu' $VSO; Shampoo anJ Mrs. J. A. Mcintyre of Jackson. 175. 10-17 2t Aim New and Football Fanfare"

Sets $1.Mrs. vine was a guest last week of her Mrs. Lloyd Lewis has returnedher

We Carry A Full Line of Brinley Parts at S. T. Dell of Gainesville parents Mr. and Mrs. W. C. daughter Mrs. Jane Forester,I I
Tues. Wed Oct. 21 22
Reasonable PricesT. was a guest last weekend of her Thornton.Mrs. of Mclrose were visitors Tuesday

sister, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Edna White of Live Oak at the home of Rev. and Mrs. W:'I CALENDAR GIRL .

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DuPre and and Mr. and Mrs Fred Seva of J. Churchwell. I I
Jane Frazee Wm. Marshall Gall Patrick
L. WAINWRIGHT & SON daughter Miss Nancy DuPre were Gainesville were guests Saturdayof Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Smith were,I

visiting friends and relatives In Mr. and Mrs. Olin White and recently in St. Mary's Ga., on

Lawtey, Florida \ Palatka Sunday. Mrs. J. W. White. business. I I Thurs. Fri October 23 24

Mrs. H. H. Adams was visitingIn Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling and White ruffled curtains with WILD BILL HICKOK RIDES

Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. Mrs. T. D. Dyal spent several days I
and Mrs. Guy Sale, who recently last week In Pompano as guests tie-backs.fln 1.98 at STt1M1"S.Lualer'a .I Bruce Cabot Constance Ilcnnctt Warren Williams
cosmetics" and p Tfiimtn -
added a well known line of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Ogden.

[ Attention Please of shoes to their clothing store, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Long and I dlntrlhutcd telephone 1 OH.by Mrs. Uthcllllggn Sat Oct. 25 DOtfllLi: FEATURE
will leave Sunday for Nashville daughter Maryann were guests II SWING THE
F. A. Canova and (daughter,
Tenn., where they will receive a last weekend! of Mr. and Mrs. V.i

Automobile And Truck Owners four-day course In shoe fitting at T. Reynolds In Jacksonville.Mrs. I Miss Carolyn Canova wore visiting AndSTRANGE ,t
relatives in Starke
the Gcneral Shoe Corporation. Paul Canova was shoppingIn Sunday
I' Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. JOURNEY
They will be accompanied by Mr. Jacksonville Tuesday.
W. A. Colley were their aon-ln-law
familiar with the new and Mrs. Charles Onkes. Mr. "T" Shirts imprinted with .
you and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Fred t
Oakes will attend a sales meeting.Mr. "llradford IliRh" at STUMP'S.Friends ,
> \which goes into effect October Blackburn who stopped here un-
and Mrs. H. C. Wall were of Mrs. L. F. Ulnklnx
in respect to the owner- route to their home In Tampa
she I.
In Jacksonville on business Mon will be glad to learn that :
and operation of cars andcks' ? at her home from Washington D. C.
p day. rapidly recovering JOYNER'S MARKET
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Jr. 'i 4
? The FINANCIAL nEe IJsautiful;! assortment o f here from an operation which sho I Mann. ,
ONSIBILITY LAW enacted at In St. Vin and son, Gibson were business
print material 50c yard at recently underwent
i last session of the state legisJire. !; l STUMP'S. cent's Hoxpltal In Jacksonville. I I visitors to Brunswick Ga., Sat- 225 S. WALNUT ST. STARKE. FLA.

This I law Is MOST IMIRTANT Mr. and Mrs. Nat Sternberg of I L Q. Kite of West Palm Beach urday. R1IODA DAMPIER F. (i. HEMINGWAY
Friends of Mrs. A. S. Strick
to all operators of mo- Daytona Beach were visiting has returned to his home after, OWNER GROCERY SIDE MCR. MARKET
land will regret to learn that she
|vehicles and should have your early attention. WeD friends In Starke Saturday. spending a few days this week I : '
1 III seriously ill at her homo on
be glad to show you a copy of the law and if yout Frank Plckard Donald Reddochand with his brother and sister-in-law, Klngsley Lake following a strokeof
Rev S. W. Creasey attendeda Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite. I
( t to protect your interests with liability Insurance, paralysis
In Jacksonville Hart's Beauty Salon "Anniver,
Church ,meeting Foiir
Agency, having been' in operation over 50 years, Wednesday of last week. sary Special", starting Friday 17 I "Variation" by Maiden

equipped to take care of your needs. -Shampoo, act, and manicure, I Form at STUMP'S.Mr. "
10-11 2t I and Mrs L. W. Koch Mrs.
[ll't Will Appreciate Your ConsiderationH. HOSIERY BARGAINS W. J. Dodd. Jr., of Jackson, 1 Paul Hudgins and daughter, Kay -

Miss, was visiting Mr. and Mrs left today for several days' visit
ANKLETS-ll pairs. for $1 regular In Arcadia.
25o value For Infanta girls orladles. Assorted color .L. Jr., Mrs. Robert E. Tanner of Bald-
Mr. and Mrs. A Crosby,

C. WALL AGENCY LADIES' HO E.. pair. for 11. 8 oalue. were guests Sunday of her par- win U. spending this weekend with 5 Ibs. Meal 45c SAUSAGE f
\ Choice of .nemlhf i-Bm- ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Townsend her sister, Mrs. J Fields and her
lens rayon or fullneani ftcrvlce. mother, Mra. Laura 1C. Powell. 5 Ibs. Grits 50c 65c lb.
weight cotton. Fall shades, in Lake City.
Please CONSTANT SERVICE! r Starke, Mrs. B. H. Harden of Jackson Bill Long of Qalneflvllla was
MKN'S COTTON SOX pair for $l. t.
guest last weekend his mother,
Phone 146 OVER 50 YEARS I Fla.CLASSIFIED. 26o value. Mi-ilhim weight long ville was a guest Tuesday of lost '
'" r style or ahort-clUHtlo top. Assorted week of her sister Mrs Carrie Mm.. F. H. Long. FLOUR IlROOKFJEW1Plla'SBURY
color I' Mrs. A. V. Long of Qalnriivllle'

:MEN'S DRESS SOX-5 pair for $1. Ingram.. $5.50at spent Wednesday with :Mrs. J. M. Butter lb. 80c I '
Men's heavy jackets, ,
35o value Fine rayon long or Urownlee and Mrs. S. E. BrownI -
short elastic top. Assorted color. STUMP'S. i 25 Ibs. 2.30 '

Please Hosiery atate are sloes alight wanted.No Imperfect.. Mrs.New John Orleans B. Pollet are and(guests childrenof this., Ice.25 percent wool blankets, 10 Ibs. u.wRDK .99 "ST EAK"I'', I

___ COD'S. W* Pay Parcel Pot I week of"Mr. and 'Mrs. L. U. Mor-:,5 percent wool bankets and lL

I YOUR CAR w. hare anewIRO FOR- SALE I cotton sheet blankets atSTUlW'S. 10 Ibs. Round Loin 50cChuck '
auto radlol Immediatefiliation. SECURITY SALES gan.Mr.. and Mr. Earl Johnson and or I
.! A. low a. 4260. OHm NEW t-BEDHOOM: residence, COMPANYP. da. spent last Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Churchwelland I
Ji HERD RADIO SERVICE] lust. completed. ,son Holt of Metter 39c 1
gtt at Madl.on atra.ta. Starke. o.r..u.J; WIIITK PAINT 15 oAL. O. HOT 20:9 n.p A(17.1KNOXVILLH. weekend with Mrs. Johnson's A. F. Churchwell of Jacksonville SUGAR '
tfYOUR Seiiil-ainn ft gal, White enamel TEIilitJU"IQ: : Mrs. J. Brownlee.. recently visited their brother '
f 4 DO 1<111. Other paints at low price.. and
LVMBKRl 18 3x Miss Mayme Anderson Mrs. P. and nlater-ln-law, Rnv. .5 Ibs. 49c (
AND 8w.I"0-.t a -
12, 840.870(): ln ; : and Mrs O. L. Thomasof Mrs. W. J. Churchwell. PORK HAMS I
Stone !
Ess PROPERTY Plumbing Flttlnira; Vi In. Ply Wood; E. 10 Ibs. 97c
Pine FlooringHook! Shelve Archer were guests last week- :
Fl\mi HMKi Sand. White Cement, I IF YOU HAVEPULPWOOD end of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis. 60c lb. ,
ALSO Concrete Pine: ConcreteBlocks Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Morgan were
STROUT 'ELL ItAL all alien; pipe atep. etonee at the home of :
house pten, floor; Cement; Rock, visiting Sunday Tall Milk llc. .
Grltm n4vrr4Ur at ........ Mortar Mix Steel Window.; Paint Mr. and Mrs. Lester A. Hall, In Although not C'nml'II..mty' It Is. Brisket STEW"
try .rop....,.. Hmm niad* over Oil and Block Paint Concrete Floor Cltra. ] much wafer to carry Liability PET CARNATION I
Mln of I'omu-Farm.- complete; Dump Truck Hauling.One TO SELL old Olt nOKDKNH it 1
at Lady Insurance I represent only
mf. furtn from all over the Skll-Savr, new Anniversary BprclalA 35c Ib. ,
it tree open ...tl... LOTS KOIl SALKl 1300 up. $CO SEE Fair Beauty Shoppe (for ()(.t. and line, reliable stork romnanlen.Vo '
In city limit
down ma.
STROUT REALTY AGENCY G .'"ERAL COYTRACri\/9 Nov.s IIli>n Curtis Cold Wave I r bimlneNM; Mill; Ira a''ort..lated. .

J Represented Locally By DRUFOlln. M.urU'e KJwarJa GinNBCHINU Phone CO.J. l>... OR ''7.1''>0; Machine Permanent W4.50; POTATOESU.
andMete 129 W. Call Street. Pure Hog Lard .1 i
f. C, HOLLINGSWORTHUS WHITE Miwhlnelt-HH ,5.50; Shampoo H. NO. I
NOTICE-I now have a portable Bradford C'tt.Telegraph'
11I1.Mr. Opposite
So. Walnut St. food mill and motanen mixer. Will Bennettand I 10 Ibs. 38c 3 1-2 Ib. 1.10 ;
be able. to to any place to Rand/ and Mrs. George Phone 134
your feed.-Karl Cook. 4tp 10-17 Edwin W. Peck son Kim of Jacksonville were
RESSES of all kind. reno- N. D. WainwriKht. Jr. I
"*, furniture upholvtered and INSURANCE-I write all llnei; visiting relatives In Starke Sun-
nl.hod. Drop u. a card. fire, automobile liability and P. O. Box 463
:iTIIOS;; MATTRESS: co.. tfo* II f.. Sew me for your Invur&nc4 day.Mr. Manassa IV------
P latka. Pla tf need N. D. Wainwright' Jr., 121 Phone 639J' and Mrs. George ,,101 -1
W. Call SI.. Phone 164. tt of Jacksonville were visiting rela- ------
tt Medium. : Gainesville, Florida One-Uurner
healer. State
I and CO.MH: IN and have your body and tives here Sunday.
f County IIc..n.... I tell you fender work done at Touanlln. eOaraxe Top Cash Prices Paid Mrs. T. T. Long was guest last
Lather Clark place 3 ml. N. (Knheck'K old bottling '
IStarke on ltd. SCO. Look for plant), lute of Prooka Motors and Friday of her mother Mrs. W. Hot Plates
n. If Claude Nolan' Jncknonvtllw. Ke- Jackson, In Baconton Ga.
liable work, gruaritnteed dtn-10117 1-
RfNTSQv"ral apartment. -
''SALE il -One -room home, tmlehedl -. FOIl 2, 3, 4 room., to quiet (famine. ,. - - - ..-
: one 4-room houae, fur"I I - smLCIALS
Comfortably fiirniHhrd. - - -
''' Immediate no drinker -I :
possession In- Hunt oil ipace heater. Mr'*.
Center St., fitarka.!
C. C. Wynn take first dirt roadat
tp 11128siIEa left of first bridge out E. Call 1 -
; at. One mile out. Large hniiie

[*chnce'n 3Verbloomlnir varieties 2-year-old; plant.wrlta;field over foiVf1,10 !- WANTED and lawn. experienced waltreme at .10124, ATTENTION FARMERS : X! PC. JLiviiig Koom Suit

( with roe In color. $30 week. We will come get
IT" Ro.,... Nn'"rl., P. O. Bon you.-CaruHo'* Orlll, 227 E. Main j ThU Living n Tex
4t 10131
Ho., Galneivlllo, Fla.. Phone
II IHIH-W. t* UMN|, II ut O.rllual
FOR SALT no' acre*, well _
'''tal d.1; and moetly all fenced FOR SALJoLare. wood heater FOR j Wan While They Last!
Mttall' and other bull. cheap. Complete with Move pipe and
Near Htarke. Reduced price wood box. Apply; John Uglow, lie
"">>. I4 600. Write to owner. 8t, Starke lip
kf ('.. Wynn. P. O- Box SOS, Lafayette ? r ,?

.4k. Jloctrlrally la equipped.4t 10'31 R... FOR rod SALE-Four Poland-China registered.ow*.-W."pot.It. John Deere or Iron AgeTRANSPLANTERS AnE.\I. IIAIUiAIN

!I.;. -r>nNRR OROCERT" for Cook, Wilt End _Grocery gpt 10-24 I Blankets I t
will trade for farm or
Store located Church and FOR SALR-One new deluxe .11'1' 95
'i. StarkeSee! or writs owner, bicycle 134. One new Champion I 39
COX, Pox 407 8tark outboard motor. $14. One new Of All Descriptions
2tp 10117 radio, $14 Anti Fountain. It

[OEN' PF.IIJn-W. have full line, FOR SALE-193 Chevrolet Coupe.5500aora Marked f ''

|('I, .i J"J nau received; blue d car I'/'lt/.! and. *clola of- trnle, for Ford-pick-up.. TWo-PIF.J! To Sell NOW
Also carry complete rto'krtlla. Elland Hampton Fla. TWo-l.UCZ:
/ .,,. H. lSrownl..e.It up I
? 10117! Only A Few Left On Allotment II SOFA BEDROOM

FOR RENT-Furnished apartment. 'I.IVIN
aal.F 1914 Chevrolet m ton bath electric" ra- I
.t! truck In rood running ron- frlnerator 4 room pvt.yarn ..to,,". Hot water. DELIVERY GUARANTEED 1.1\11'1 .
e,. Hampton good::>| lire. Kltt.,. asm E. Ifpfn8'Vi'ET A.; Phon* U.'V-JIIra. F F. F''""Ifp. I ROOM SUITE I

: hu. Wilson Bryant. electric' r.trllJ..ratorAvall-
I Stove
't. Raiford Pia. liP I able now-Mre. A. F. Haul. It 109.50
I .
'i *>1 "-<1ood 11 volt radio or APARTMENT for rent J room SLIGHTLY LINED
'k'.err old sewing. machine, or bath. ", elec-' II .
I Used
.It t. 15' or what have )'nu1 tic refriger. Adults only ORIGINALLY SOLD FOR Slightly
r* ER Hammond }10" 8t. lip Original Price
4 M.wthorne. -Fla. Up $24 ft. Cherry j :

'PP, ?-"n* house near F rmA FOR, SALE-2 stuffed.piece '15.living Can room be.een : 259.00 159.50 NOW
Market stilt over HACKNEY BROS. BUY
v with water and llKhtii. evening' after a p. m -
<-iftWlom", *'l N. Cherry St.Sun atickland 811 No.
i> Walnut;Mr.. H' St.n., Starke. Itp j USE YOUR CREDIT E-Z TERMS AND SAVE f I .

: : T-Unfur"II".d. house on I IIT'S
I"'h St 4 room, cnnvenien"s.tmroRlh .. FOR SALE-g'rval' kerosene refrigerator .- JOHN DEERE DEALERS
Alen AT'
_, ': Se. Mr. E. Haley, 9taa A.l on condition Delco light 115. lent. j A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER
radio playa
980. I f:. R Hammond Bo'" 159...Rt.....
+--US fur return. of logo 2 Lake Butl..r. FlA., fl..t h.10111.LE.rooM Lake City Fla. j
..Vin.? whit I>pointer answers bY Long Brld. tip JOHN H. DENMARK FURNITURE CO.
2e lb.' .. .
tea' .;; .: 01Plr; ., Probably ," ..... lotr." "."PO Phone 761 I
V'clnlty of Hampton .r '2-: balk on .n ...... wett. 10,17pOhicyrnleLSFe. ,
k'lilllan e"t'ba.. : A.t. k"br or J"'f Bas U. St.rk. fop PHONE 151 STARKE FLA.

WSiL1e:-Mo Green at Or b...M'Store. :. 1

.;.:.1 St' Price $100. $.e IIr.. : liP -
'.Y. 41* Center 5.. It


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leaves and shout like a youngster. Bystander BurnedIn Bradford LandownersPlant IN "IRCtI'r r' : corn '

Clay Hill Yes I love these Indian Summer ExplosionAt State FarBy Pine Level ThousandsOf CERY Ella Johnson FLeaIOAIaL1, l.

days out here In the west The Pine ORDicic, DafendantlnP h
Gas Pump FireA Mrs. Whitfield By Mr IL M. McRaa SeedlingsDuring pt e ens
farmers have started Bryan 'r
ny Lure Burgess Mohr picking corn. A'rIe 0 LItAPIer
PORf'a, Ncbr. At this moment I can look down gas explosion and tire at L. the past two decades 26 Unknown:neon, whoseLiei a.,
from the sunporch windows into of Jacksonville landowners have planted 384,464 You ""r
Smith's Northslde Service Station BRADLEY! BABY Rev. Haywood Novemberare reqUlr.d 10
Wherein I recall the October of the football field where there is a seriously Injured Earnest Broughton Mr. and Mrs :J. Leslie Braille, filled the pulpit at Pine Level slash pine seedlings on 866 acresin ed Court I, IIt7,., thou"' IItt" t,
Soon the will be tier
yesteryear and wjolce In the love- drifted game. this snow and Jacksonville, last ThursdayOct. of Winchester. Ky., announce the Baptist Church Sunday with a Bradford County. custody seek.ot dlvoree a e : ,:
ly Indian Summer.Oh across open space ( 9). The Starke Fire De- birth of a son, John Leslie Bradley large congregation at both ser These figures were released by Telegraph' : shot minor! child, 1T14!
the wintry wind will blow cold. partment answered the call, and :Jr., on September 4. Before vices. Rev. and Mrs. Hall at- State Forester C. H. Coulter 'Ina In Witness next tour W .kly PtlbU'h I..u.Ihl.. 0
suns and skies and flowersof I have had some nice letters the filling station, located near the her marriage Mrs. Bradley was I tended the Fellowship meeting In review of the reforestation program at StArke.my Florid hand and, nrrlCil!
June from. Clay Hill. They had a hard Farmers' Market, suffered\ only Billie Jean Pollock of Starke. Mr. Detroit Mich. through which Florida land- a(OFFICIAL, 1947. shit *'
And Clouds of June togetherYe rain which washed out the road minor damage. and Mrs J. M. Bradley of the Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Rumseyand owners are combatting the wan- A.SEAL Clerk, A ,. Thou

cannot rival for one hour and the school bus could not get The accident occurred when a Farm are the baby's paternal children of Tloga, Pa., left ton destruction of forest acreage ,ChaoBR.? LucllC.11 ..,( Co of pet,0
October' bright blue weather. to school. I have letters from faulty gas pump caught on fire grand-parents. Monday morning for Atlanta, Ga. by woods fires. Life Bldg. Jack'"nvlII"20C.05 oUen
Mildred Sculley Dorothy Man- after visit here with Mr. and During the 20 years that the AUy. for 'Pit. /el1I
a ,,
October I have said Mr. Broughton, a spectator rush 10,10
For many ning and Lorene Padgett. The Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sasser have Florida Forest Service has been I''
Mrs. H. M. McRae and Mr. and
No matter In ed to extinguish the blaze with histruck' ==.
this above verse gIrls are happy at school. Mildred come from Starke and are livingin Mrs. Owen McRae of Lake But- In operation the figures show that i
what state I found myself, Octoberwas sent me her picture. She has fire extinguisher. There the house formerly occupied by ler. Mr. Ramsey and Owen spent a total of 8,661<< landowners cooperators
always a lovely month. A grown a lot In the last year and was an explosion and he sustained Mr. and Mrs W. W Clagg. Mr. planted !03,638,247 slash
two; and six months together
first burns. Mr. years
:Is a pretty girl. She Is In degree Brough- Sasser Is now a Farm employee. D0NUTSThe T S Sear
time of year that makes one want very ton la resting in Shadycrest Hospital day and night, while in pine seedlings covering'some 1IT,-
the sixth grade. I have word the Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
387 of land in the state. The
to run when the wind blows the) where he Is expected to re- the service. It wu a happy hour acres
,Bud Harris' daughter la married. Sasser were Mr. and Mrs S .M seedlings were produced at the
cover for both boys when they met a-
Congratulations. She was secre- Sasser of Jacksonville and Mr
Florida Forest Nursery at Olustee.CICAXII .
; tary of the church at Long Branch.A He Is an employe of the Petroleum ,and Mrs. Harry L. Sasser of Law- gain.We
birthday party was'given for Carriers Corp., operatingout I are sorry to hear of the ill-

' 666COLDTABLETS Fred Lang and Louise Wilkinson. of Jacksonville. tey.Mr.: and Mrs. D. L. Shaw and ness of little Danny Alvarez, son
of Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez,
Two cakes were baked by
large son, Joe, of LaCrosse were dinner
Mrs Lang. I sent a hankie club house dresses from Mrs Carson and hope he will soon be well a- 1
.................................1WaMh I had guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. SCrews
WInton Parrish. Griffis One is
to Mrs. of Highland. plak : at noon Sunday. gain.Mr. life
.' efCGldt.wItII'"I of
e..4. v.... g!!III.! two lovely pieces of print for two and another blue. They will make Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Caldwell and Mrs. A. F. Hall and your

:,'.''-I pretty house dresses for this winter and daughters, Peggy and Frances children of Jacksonville attended llallowe'en Party
She t. one "f' my helovad : visited relatives in Ocala Saturday ,church services at.Pine Level.Sunday DRY .
( school girls J who 1n; married Mrs. J. B. Caldwell returned ana were dinner: guests or
i1 Cold Weather and I am proud of her I have a home with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae. a. FOR T.1BLEDEC(1RAT1U8:
i letter from the former Bernice Caldwell after having been with Robert Taylor of Lake City
Wilkinson, who Is now Mrs. W. F. relatives In Ocala for several spent the weekend here with his AT ITSJ5EST

I IS ALMOST HERE! Utsey and Is going to the University weeks. family.Mr. I I KEFRESHMEMSDKS'sERTS
of Florida. They have boughta The Life" "Of Your Clothes
e Mrs. C. D. Sellers and daughter, and Mrs. B. M. Myrick of
See Us For That Winter HEAT new homo which Is just being Patricia Wlllard were guests of Waldo spent Saturday night with Depends On The CARE :
finished. They will move in i t relatives in Auburndale from Fri Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick.Mr. They Receive. All Gar- [ GAMES:

soon.These day until Sunday. and Mra. B. M. McRae were ments Carefully HAND
Gas Heat days I am so gloriously! En route from Blowing Rock visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. R. AlvarezIn Finished .-a=a

happy. I love to clean my big N. C., to Miami J. A. Bouvier, Jr., the Vanderbilt section Sunday ... Place Your Advance
house. I have been --
washing curtains and Mrs. Helen Hotchkiss were afternoon.Mr. 109 Order NOW
and waxing floors. I sing overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs, and Mrs. T. M. Norman and
Is Clean, Comfortable, Economical and work. My dog always goes J. A. Bouvler Saturday. son Gerald of Hellbronn Springswere
to the basement with me on Monday J. M. Bradley and :Miss Eliza- Lappe
visiting their parents, Mr. Bakery
Nothing To Bring In
which Is wash day. We have
beth Cox and Carolyn Bradley and and Mrs. H. M. McRae, Monday
No Ashes To Take Out a laundry in the basement. I like' Jimmie Bradley spent the past night. 812 W. CALL SI,
to wash, iron and make :
things weekend with relatives in Jacksonville SC1EANER
Visitors at the home of Mr. and Phone 18
Something For Your Enjoyment smell aweet. Digger is full Mrs. Arthur McRae Sunday afternoon For Free
grown! now and Is Just getting Mr. fritter'
and Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow
were Mr. and Mrs. A. F.
110 St. Starke
1 long< shaggy hair. Don he Washington ,
1 says visited Mr. and Mrs.
George Man- Hall of Jacksonville !!!
looks: like a Persian cat. My bird in
assa Jacksonville Wednesday of i
M. J. McRae and R. S. McRae of
AND RANGES' FOB IMMEDIATIDELIVERY: sings sweetly, a little louder every last week. Starke Mr. and Mra. L. A. Crosbyof
day. He seems happy I in his new Miss
June Caldwell was the Rising and Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
cage.I: overnight guest of Miss Janet An- McRae and Mr. and Mrs Robert
Slade Gas Company Inc. awaken early every morn. I derson In Starke Saturday, being ,Taylor. R. B. Alvarez & Son
can: hardly wait until seven to getup among those who attended Miss Mrs. Sue Myrick of Lake Geneva
I love each fresh day and Anderson's party. was a recent guest of Mrs H. M.
Two Doom From 1C. It. Track On Kant Call Stu'rtMIONE never let myself worry or brood. Mrs. M. D. Young and Mrs T. McRae.
I It: Is easy for women to get in a T. Flllyaw and their visitors. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McRae at- Transfer & Storage Co.
121 brooding state of mind. Girls,, and Mrs. J. M. Jackson of Doug- tended the church supper at the
when you feel let down try las, Ga., spent last Wednesday In home of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus
r t thinking! of the happy things and Lake Butler as guests of Mr. and ,Conner Thursday night of last Moving and Phone 9105
lon't let yourself be blue when Mrs. W. E. Flllyaw, Mr. and Mrs week.
hubby comes home. Greet him J. T. Flllyaw and Mr. and Mrs. "
We Operate I.ecal..d
Brinley Plows & Repair Parts with a smile and u kiss I never Ira Young. : Long Distance
Tall' to say thanks three times a After spending the past week Protect Your Upholstery U Anywhere In The State of

Jay. Sunday I got to go to Communion with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L With Good Durable Florida.
at church, although we< Durden. Miss Lunelle Durden has
lad a body there. The funeral returned to Jacksonville She SEAT COVERSTAILORED Also Hauling Anywhere In Starke City Limits

was Monday. A nice letter from was accompanied home by Mrs.
ny son's wife. They have a new Durden who spent the weekend +
roof on their old brick house and with Mr. and Mrs George Lewis. TO
* a ire getting a new Fordson tracor. Mrs. W. H. Parker, who formerly 'P :f FIT YOUR
lie has 114 acres of land and lived here, came Friday 'I'.
.. ,
can' farm now. They ara so happy from her home In Daytona to visit ;"".',,,..,' I INDIVIDUALAUTOMOBILE
s '. When marking your disheso Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Lee. ,'
t: take to a picnic, write your Luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs.
lame, on adhesive tape and stickn M. D. Young Sunday were Jodie In Colors To Suit
O! the bottom. Try cleaning white Ohern, Ira Young and Mr. and Your Taste n,, ?: VEGETABLES
hoes with rubbing alcohol whenn Mrs. W. E. Flllyaw and family all
a hurry. It will remove tar of Lake Butler.
and: black marks In a Jiffy. Following an extended stay with STARKESEAT ''

Cl1t In Missouri I learned from a Mrs. Baxley'a parents, Mr. and COVER CO. 'NEED
a+ lear. old lady who was a real Mrs Ernie Yarbrough, Mr. and I
entlewoman 1 from Dixie how to Mrs. Mitchell Baxley and baby i Court & Madison Sts.

andy sweet potatoes. They are have recently moved to Waldo. .
Ice for a change on Sunday. Peel +.

t Also Page Garden Tractors p feces weet the potatoes same ,size.and Cover make with all r

water Just level with the potatoes. .
: UM a pinch of salt. Cook at a '
11 moderate rate until done and about \t i.dS\
01 ne-half the water boiled
r Farm Home & Auto Add one half cup of sugar It away.cane 1 ke ,
Supply M all white or part of it brown 00.
A lot of :potatoes may take a cup :
i, GUY ANDREWS, Owner ol f sugar. Boll this sugar and 'You
water S
from the potatoes until ahick
111 W. Call St.
t Phone 26 tt syrup. Add a piece of butr _. _
tf about enough to season. Keep
.,_.. .. oiling slowly and take the
'! ----------.- ....-.- -- pan
rom the fire occasionally and
s hake until the potatoes roll over
vw n L the thick syrup. When theyre

glazed well, remove from fire ,
I 11ai rid shake every once in awhile '
"' u intil served. These are a change
,, ef" t b good. e 1 t4 rq"

r I love Rllcys poem: .
"The leaves of time will linger ,
ti, nI. And loving tears will start ?
As fancy trails her finger w 'r 1
O'er the Index of the heart." ro

My head is full of poetry and AUTOMATIC .,u
onga.' I can play and sing for an
1 our on the piano-.Just old songs
I rom 1908 on, I love them. Love FLATPLATE
to, all of you-God bless IRONERl Vegetables, and particularly the root crops
I. ; l are heavy feeders on potash. Many of them use
Smooth, Smart StylingOperation
more of this essential plant food than nitrogen

CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION SO RESTFULWhy QUICKSO and phosphoric acid combined. Potash not

only increases yield, but improves the qualityof
" RESTORE THEIR ORIGINAL BEAUTY weer yourself out tending1 for hour f -
over e hot ironing; board? Here'. the ".it.downtodo.it" vegetables and makes them stand up betterin
, G-B Flatpleta Ironer that
1 The modern, gently cleaning method we use dote] all the hard work automatically Bill storage and shipping. When soils cannot
t; rids your slipcovers and draperies of fabric- 300 quire inch lur'.ee.tu out two flat a..rtlp
destroying dirt and soot renews original piece .t once-cut* ironing time way down make enough potash available, sufficient should
Iron *hirt dret***, curtains, too-easily.
colors and prevents stretching or shrinking. ,tweutifully, professionally So little effort required be added in the fertilizer.
For pick-up service, call 133. you'll feel fresh .. deity after zip-
pin through even whole ...ek.* ironing t tSee 004 Writ
... ui for free information andliltratare -
a* or phone for e demonstration.
i O 000 on the prvfitablt fertilisation of croft.



r 1'......* -- Snuilttowi Payment -* Easy Term I 1 f s Sia.eptk 5a. No..... uIaiqtoa 6D-C.

{I' ,, Av,. G. J. McGRlFF ....c.-.. A---. P.twa A CJoe.keI- C.A.r.aep.

Phone 64 STAUKE ....h Cs_,N A-....U- ......P.taa c41 -,..,

On-tIte-Minit Service 225 Temple Are. -:- Phone 72 -


ii' IT

My Sins" was of vital importanceto t hlng of their experiences there. ,vere visitors to Gainesville\ Satur- B. Johnson tine, Florida. rAtty.
__ Barney .. for IMf 1013 41 10IJ4ov
)ifs hearers while the one delivered Don't miss this interesting and lay I I

[hunch News Sunday night "What lies 1 nformatlve service which beginst Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Roberts of Dies In Lake City I

Ahead for America", held a note a. 7:30: P. M.Vlethodist. Larke'! visited Blrt Stokes Sun- 0'1'1.1' "'IM,irvriov Pea I II
of solemn warning and was pro lay Barney Bell Johnson 37-ycnr-old 'r\\ I>I:: :)
employe of the HerrulDS Powder i Ixenot. Kill :No. 1 vocative in Its Import. 1 :Mr\ and Mr. Fall Gellmnim and 1 '
Tabernacle ChurchColored I NOT1C13 IIRKKUY ,
The Company, died October 2 In the 111 VMM: That I Lk r &
Dr. McNeill left Monday for ion Tommie at Jacksonville spent I The Atlantic National lnnk of t..
Lake Shore; Lako '' ..
Hospital City. I Jai-kaonvllln, R" "."te unilor Will
meetings held Jacksonville for meetings there fot' old- :Sunday:! with :Mr. and Mrs. T. W.
i ',1'e, .!">pclal pictures Illustrating following a brief illnefia and a i of xf'Tertifl'nte: : unnHxil, older of
In recent a week. Friday evening October t Ime favorite hymns will be fell.ure(1 Mai'key. Ta No, 561 I Ixxvint the
Tabernacle major operation He b.
was a native Tilt day of August A 1039. him
,e the one Just concluded 17 Rev. and Mrs. James W. Bell, t at the evening service In the Mr. and Mrs E. J. Lewis and of Sailea City Ga. filed mull 1rRInUror:: ifflco nilI IIIIH I
McNclll. of Wash- Missionaries to West Africa will i itrst Methodist Church next Sun- Miss Ivamae Lewis were visitors mail a tax Bond tohe 'tr
r. John Johnson Is survived by his wife Issued I thortton Si iil Id certificateembraraa
C has been the most be at the Tabernacle for one service d lay. The program is In charge to Starke Monday afternoon. the following rtencrlhoil
D'soul-stirring, and far only. They will show slidesof o'f L. D. Vlnlng. assisted by A. W. Mrs. Rosa Plnholater the Mrs. Louise Surrency Johnson of property In tho County of UradrOTd.M 4..J A+ed l
; spent Starke; three children Louise tale of Florida, to-wlt::
hg' Sunday their work among the PygmiesIn Anderson Jr. All those who at- Tttl5 CAN WANTED 10 OO
His meSSage weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mary and Franklin and his of ser of NWVi .A NW of
ng. topic "Where are that country and tell some- t end this service will enjoy the 3reen In Gainesville N15V of 8WV 4 Seo.; 30. Vownahlp 4 3OMETitNt' () Dlt'.......
g on the mother Mrs Joe Autman of Belle Month Rnnita 211 Rant, Containing
u cenery and the opportunity to Mrs. EldrlJgo Parrish and her Glade; five sisters and two broth 40 Heron mora or lenn.Tha .

Ing; these oil. hymns together. I lster-in-Iaw, Miss ParrUh of ers. art v tinder aHaenimtent the" paid of the rnrtlflcnta mild prop-la. We want to do a

Phone 52-J :'he sermon topic will be "The Dukes were guests of Mrs. F. J. Funeral services were held! at au"
pg pYDEF SERVICE .iost Opportunity". Lewis and Miss Ivamae Lewla Saturday the graveside with Rev. L. D. Union avid roitiflcHta Inw shell hrailnotiKiil
nccoMlnnr to the
Mrs. Hartmann
on car.:: ......
w. Sermon subject at the morning I afternoon.Mr. Halnes officiating.: Arrangementswere property dairrlboil therein will he your

tour will be "The Compassion of and Mrs Earl Green were In charge of DeWitt C. Jones.I'aJbrarl'rM aold to the door hlKhcnt on. the bidder first at Monday thaeourthouva -

esua", This la one of the seriesf >ualness visitors to Gainesville last \ were Tommie Smith In oho month of Novvinhxr The Auto Fountain

Lunches Regular Dinners > the Crusade for Christ sub- Friday.Mrs.. Cliff Cox, J. D. Carlton J. B. vomlicr.1D4T. whirl: KMTDatod .la the 3rd day of No- Madison & Walnut St.

[late ects based upon the scripture. of Lottia Raulerson of Okce- Tlllman, Curtis Akridge and Bow- .this 24th day of Soptomhi -
Orders ,,Tatt. 9: 37, 38. ::hobee was the guest of her aril, A k ridge. SKAtA.. T. Thomas Starke; -:- Fla. ,

ort Young people meet at 6:15: for mother, Mrs. H. P. Gainey, last Clark of Circuit Court of Uratlford
> iv rittriiT a-ol'nv. nit \ ronn County, Plorldu. 0-2(1( 4t 10-17
dwiches Soft Drinks flack and recreation. \ ,
wrek.Mr. e'er 1'1'\. 1"1.0Inn.\1 tv ('tli\-
Prayer meeting each Wednesdayt and Mrs T. W. Mark y, 4'KIIV 111I J t
Lubedla Plnholnter, Mrs. Virginia littler Puffy, Plaintiff,
7:30 p. m. Miss VH, James J. Duffy, Uafondant Cast I HOW' DOES YOUR 11
QUICK SERVICE Rosa Plnholster. and Mrs. Wilson No. noon.oiu '

[ CLEAN ATMOSPHERE Mark's Episcopal Gireen enjoyed a fishing trip to iit l OK: pi'ni.irTinv TO PI'MllTATH AShMITI1 IIATllllOOJIIlATE i ,I
Hampton Lake Wednesday after UP "" .OH'"t eat
James J. Duffy, who. !taut known ON PERSONALITY? I III I I! pl
Rev S. W. Creawy, Pastor noon. address and resldrnea I" AOM tr.2HD7HU.
LUNCHEONETTENEXT Mr. and Mrs R. A. Colson and Service V. a. NavalAir
A&A : Deus
Sunday: Church School 10 a. m.; weekend station, Alamrrtn, {'"!.. I* It a model of convenience a n d II ill I'' ;
DOOR TQ PARK THEATRE >Corning Prayer and Sermon 11 'children: of were You are required to appear on 'beauty Are you proud to show It / ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Q. B. Colon November Snl 1047. In the shove
I Bobby Odom Dub Rhodca L. m. named Com and cause, wherein to guests You can achieve both r, t t
Bible Class 7:30 m. aixtka divorce and .-
Friday: : p. Plaintiff cu
Mr. and Mr. Leslie Green and todtf and mippnrt of child\ FlrndfordCounty thcuo alum at a very moderate coat

afternoon In Telegraph Hhnll puhllHh this by ha\lnti <'. modernize It with
children:: spent Sunday Order In next four ",...klv .Iaaues.Witn.os .
Christian ChurchRev. Lake Butler. mv hitnil nod offlrlnl. n nl quality appointment p t I
EFFICIENTThis at Stork Florida, this lat day ofOptoh ;
Mrs. Harry Eddy of Louise was; I
r, 1947.OFFICIAL I.
J. M. Dixon Pastor
funeral home is dedicated to reliable the guest of Mrs. M. D. Harrel! ( SFALA.. .T Thomas One To Three Years To Pay
School 10 a. m. nald Court.
Sunday Aa Clark of
service. There are no boundarylines Morning Worship-11 a. m. I>na day last week.Hampton. Tlv Liiclllu C Cnnnnr, U. (:. NO DOWN PAYMENT! 1 Ile .. "
John J. lE.nd.rson EM", (!;It. Auvua-
to the territory we are always! Evening Service-7:30: p. m. .
ready to serve. Prayer Meeting Wednesday A
7:30: p. m. REAL ESTATE Shull Plumbing & Heating

'* Lint your property for sale i
By Mr!!. M. C. Bwcney with me. I have sokl many 325: Temple Ave. STARKE. FLORIDA Phone 144 1

DEWITT C. JONES e e eIH pl x-e. v f property and have
many proniiectlva buyer
AMBULANCE SERVICE! CLUB ORGANIZEDMiss square deal I in Kuar nt<' .... A
Mr. T. W. Markey Madge! Whlgham County;
fair commission Is all that I require. -

Funeral Director . . Home Demonstration Agent spent AA a member of the ATTENTIONSTRAWBERRY I
PHONE T Thursday afternoon of last week
Realty may
at the school here organizing girls'
Our local funeral home enables us to The ladles of the W.M.U. met 4-H Clubs among the Junior High "assured that I will rvpnwentyou
to the beat of my ability.
it the church Wednesday, Oct. Much Interest
offer conveniences and services not and Elementary groups.
otherwise available. I at 3'30: o'clock. Subject : was manifested and plan -
RealtorI- Phone 1M
neon was "Genuine Stewardship" were unfolded for the coming winter ,,

s i furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices Mpt rhe next meeting will be held at months.Mr. GROWERS !
he home of Mrs. J. W. Thomas.
ANY life Insurance policy In force. Issued by ANT com Sverybody!: is Invited to attend. and Mrs. Joe Kelsey ol Be Quick To TreatBronchitis INSURE AGAINST DROUTHContact

cy, u payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation Long Beach, Calif, have boon

rtes no obligation. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Green an- vlaitlng Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Kel- HACK & RACK INC.. today Write or phone for tree J$ '
the arrival of a daughtern '
1 ounce
Bey. estimates on your Irrigation requirements. Aluminum Irrigation ''j
4 4C Oct. 11 in the Alachua County Mrs. W. W. Hicks spent the
4I systems" are light strong and durable. Our RACEBILT ,i,
I Hospital. past week In Canton Miss She Chronic bronchitis may develop If Irrlgll.'I'I
Mr. and Mrs. Buster Rahn announce was accompanied on the trip bj, your cough chest cold,or acute bronchitis Lion systems are serving over 20,000 acres In Florida 1,
Is not treated and cannot
I the arrival of a daughter her slater Mrs. Dorothy Skinner afford to take a chance with you any medicine 3lnch.Inch., 5-Inch 6-Inch and 8-lnch quick locking pipe avail II' U,

in Oct. 8 In the Alachua County of Cocoa and brother Clarence less potent than Creomulslon able for immediate delivery In limited quantity. Perforated or
which to the seat of the I,
Hospital. Hill. goes right riser
Mead of Oak typos for sprinkling
to help loosen and expel germ
OUR Rev. and Mrs. O. E. McGauley I Mrs. Ann R. Guy has been trpuble laden phlegm and aid nature to No farm Is too small or too large not to profit from controlled "
of Palatka visited here Monday spending two weeks in Frultlanc I sooth and heal raw tender.Inflamed I
Irrigation. Designed and manufactured by Florida growers.HACEBIIT i.
and were accompanied home by Park with her son, Henry E. Guy bronchial mucous membranes.
Plant Janice and Barbara Jean Creomulslon blends beechwood -
Storage & Curing Little while with and family. creosote by special process with other GUARANTEED PRODUCTS : "
Green who will spend a Mrs. Seeber Goodman and small time tested medicines for coughs.

October 15We them.Miss Virgia Jones and Dave friends daughters here of last Starke week.were visiting It No contains matter no how narcotics.many medicinesyou RACE RACE INC. If

Will Be Open Mitchell of Callahan were weekend Friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. E sell you have a bottle tried tell of G'reomulslon your druggist with to & ;

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Barr of St. Augustine will b< the understanding you must like the ''i
way It quickly allays the cough permitting WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA
ones. interested to hear of the birth ol
rest and sleep, or are to ,
Will Offer You The T. B. PInliolster attended an their son, John Edward In Flag have p Y our: more Y b a ck. (Ad you v.) ,
ordination service at Pine Grove October 5. Mr*,
ler Hospital on i iff
Same Reliable Service Sunday afternoon Ban!; was formerly Miss Alm iI I

This Season As We Have Mrs LottU Edwards and Mrs Hinson of Hampton. Mr. and

Vera Allen were shopping in Mrs. J. C. Warren and Mr. and

In The Paste Gainesville Thursday of last week. Mrs. D. P. Hardy visited Mrs. Prepare NOW for ''ICHilLY I j

Mr. and :Mrs. Cephus Harrell Barr last week in St. Augustine ,

and sons and Mrs. Wade Harrell Mr. and Mrs. W. If. Maxwell I >yyse' $. a :

Will Have Two Cures For Your Meat spent last weekend with Mr. and were weekend visitors to Colum, DAYS IIHEIW1 1:1

Mrs. Jonathan Dukes at Stein- bus. Ga., and visited Pvt. Bruc N i

PLAIN SALT CURE hatchee.Mr. S. Maxwell, who Is In the Airborne .

AND SUGAR CURE and Mrs. Edd Polk and and Service at Fort Denning. Ga Will your horn .IM warm eomfnrisbla! !*, ready. fur the first ,; i ,
and Blrt Stokes son
children Maxwell Fletcher of Quincy an< k, p iI"! I
APPRECIATED Earl: spent Saturday 'afternoon in Miss Hattie Edwards of Tallahassee .o tie s Yii coM aniip f J ; :
Starke with Mrs. Harold Kite. were recent visitors 01

Mrs Wlnfred Hazen and children !- Mrs. Ida Maxwell. t #1't OR MAXIMUM HtALTH CONVENItHtt, AND cOMfORT :, t

of Gainesville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Starling and chll ft (J l ti 64 fr tt+ you muM hav..
relatives here Saturday afternoon. dren recently visited relatives tr ,fR ,.
COMPANYPhone Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Russ and ; q 01"( the )J"b.! !Surreys prov motlrrn fuel oil healing ay-iem r rA4 .
STARKE ICE High Springs.Mr. r 54f r ? t "'
children spent Saturday afternoonIn and Mr. A. D. :Martin ol n' L Klv' Ixml rewulfa In Florida. Pest-wsr model an rfflrUnf, '' I I.II.tI.

12 Starke, Fla.VON'J Leonard Gainesville Fowler, and C. S. Kelly and Starke Mrs.were K.Sunday B. Watterson.Mr. guests.of Mr, -5. .., eany 10 Install and oprraltf. They provide depend*, :r.

enjoyed fishing In Earlton Lake and Mrs Lloyd L. King ol I a t 6t cY4 J ,y al,>li*, .controlled .rlran., fumele. heal aolld, ronllnuoua.efforltriM { :t '

last Thursday.Mr. Orlando spent" the weekend Ir < r romforl .

and Mrs E. T. Stewartnc Hampton. Sunday Mr. King filled. 1

the pulpit at the Baptist Church AT MINIMUM (()ST. IVItea. are mouVrale, operating :.If

both morning and evening. cc' e.|Mnnra .ma..ngly (I.... There .la a n.w. Improved postwar ,i
Mr. and Mrs. CoopelILnll
Clarence I
STRONG COMICS family of Starke moved tc modrl for every. home and pur*! floor, rival, "'P'M.' I l land ,

Different Each Week Hampton last week. Mr. and eoneole ..lyl t.*.. Wow .brfora the Sinai chilly weaibereatrhra ,
Mra. J. L. Stkea and children ol
BUY unprepared 'InveatJgale (
Green Cove Springs. are also new you
11 WATCH The Happenings '
residents here.
Mrs. Claude L. May and Mrs, !

Bert L. Hinnon' were stopping Ir 'OILt
BY TNF'QUART- Gainesville on Saturday. MODERN ;

iv (inn ir rniKT 811'UP'0811:
OOI-MTV.. ri.omuti. %. II."!M.
CKHY.T. yR'5)r) ;
O. Durham. Plaintiff v.. Ruin. y :; .
\ Durham, n.fon A ORDER OK PITMCATIOV .
qrTiYA STATE OPFIORir toKllla .
f Durham I : whoM ruld.nce l l I.! ifeI.rai.orgta. .. ,, I

You ar. roaulroil to Bppar anOtobfr
27, 1947. In th* above named
Court unit eau.e, wti.reln plaintiff f k '" TIt. I IA Isr
...k.! dl..o,,,*. Bradford CountyTelciiraph 'lL1 ii4OR t,1i1'y"lQ0: t; y 0.'
I I'J It
uliall ptit.ll.h this Ord.r
... rlw' t.
In next four w ltljr lmw .:
ou'nbe Witness. mr hand and official' seal!
Heating water by the hatas quickly M used. at Sl.rk., Flurlda, this 8..pt.mb.r

tlefU for dishes, laundry, more DpJe.JW1thYOU1'and ults-fOl' the "Speak to me dear! U.(OrFI'fA7.IEAt.11.1. ) A. J. Thomas. '.
baths wastes time and laundering I An Clrk. of laid Court.
hotter th* water, tin uihuerth IV L.urlll C. Conner r>. f*.
money With a "Pyrofax"gasoperated ucah. Come in. phone, Why didrit you say you II O. Brown Btark. Florida
water heater details ALl7. for VII. t-lt 4t lf-11
you have gallons of hot or write for full from- -
surprised I
water right on tap-day or today--yoU'U. ample had a.tflff l V rinrtrr rnt'in. BH U'P'OAfIf'ul v'"Ir34t'! i
completely how Ineipensive an STY Fi.oaiim i* ttitvMart'ha 4' it t+'r
night. These
water heaters hot water' supply can be. 4'5:5Y.D...t*<. Plaintiff vi. T.uiharSolan.
automatic gas F. Strong nf.n
    t. ('.... No 5916.
    cost but a few penni..adaytooperate.- Harley <)i'.r>KU rip TvrnjcATtrmA.vr
    Headquarters STATR Of rl/Oltir to: Lather .
    The quick hot Kolrv, whoa* '..101.nra and add,...
    flame :i In Jewelry !I.: t;. Bocklnvham: North Carolina SEE YOUR DEAUR TODAYltt I IJ'
    of "Pyrol'aa"ra. Toil ar. r lrtlh to appaar on r
    replaces hot c/1*"""'!' I()s'tnh.r! 27. 1X7 abova naat-
    watersupplyalmoat yjfltlO sOTTUD OAS SERVICE Large Selection of t<\ Court M.IC*and dlvorca.raua.Ftradford wh r.ln Counts plain1lff him how ji
    ia Diamonds and Mountings I T.l..raph shall puhllah thin Order Vriw Flori.U Power A Light Compaq or..an..
    In n .t four w. hljr I tmmaotWitnuM I

    Central Gas & Appliance Co. Finest Selection of Watches .t etarka,mr Florida hand, and this official itaptambar.*.1 rUIO lOIn) tIGlT COVER our .olllr toe In booklrt. with f cu .. keeling "

    Florida Gtfta in .
    Jewelry I. 1541.orr7CIAL
    And 8E"'t. A. J. Thomaa.A 'tiM. Floral baoM*, crlpliiM ol ..... ail IwMlagVtf ,
    Fla. Starke .. s r
    Trenton. a Clerk of MM 1 Court. h '
    Phone 3391 Call Phone 153 t-HrtlU C. Conner D C. mr fra**......h..o.. ........_"" _, ". t
    W. --
    137 1..II .
    AGENT : Harrlaan.. Law Eichanc* Bid!
    t. T. SHULL PLUMBING CO. LOCAL --L .Q J.-k.n."III.. FlarLCJ' +.
    "'' ,.\ for I'lt. 545 It 1t.11


    _____ __ OBta: ?
    26. At Green Cove this ceremony ganlzatlon and that plans had been Pastor InstalledBy I sermon, and Rev. Howard Cress largest In the United States.Dr. department,
    Navy Day EventsAt will be held at 2:30: o'clock: made to correct them. made the Installation prayer." ; Kaufman pronounced the, facer, nurses .nNw'I"!: nell''
    at the north in, Presbyterians service when benediction, after which all friends' ramtan.
    end of tho piers, I In the third tropical disturbance Climax of the coma clerk, mayventfon a tt. fOCt
    close proximity to the 500 ship I of this season, torrential rains, accompanying Tuesday EveningTuesday Rev. William{ Cady, Moderator of and members Kaufman.welcomed him and I of ,. It" annUli
    Mrs. tl1
    Green Cove now moored there. a 70-rnlle-an-hour Flort-,
    the North Florida Presbytery, directed Health I
    Tho Impressive memorial service I wind. swept across Southeast night at 7:30 o'clock constitutional AH* lan or y(,, lit
    the questionsto h
    will be conducted by Rear AdmiralW. Florida last weekend, driving the Starke Presbyterian Church after Health DepartmentWill Tampa.
    Acting as Joint host, the Florida thouHands from their homes and proudly received its former supply Dr. Shortly
    N. Thomas, chief of Navy this Rev. Albert W. Pierce former Be Closed
    Group Atlantic Reserve Fleet, Inundating vast areas of the state's pastor, Dr. John Warren Kauf
    and the U. S. Naval Station, Green chaplains. The program will Include mont productive farm and grazing man, after an impressive Instal- Church Moderator, solemly of delivered the Starke the Four Days Next WeekDr. C.T.
    music by the Jackaonvllla
    Ittrda. lation ceremony, performed by
    Cove will observe Navy
    Springs NAS band, appropriate salutes by Commissioner Nathan May ministers of the North Florida charge to the pastor. Rev. John A. Y. Covington, director of "In the i'nlted
    Day with appropriate ceremoniesand a designated firing squad, and the N. Montgomery of Green Cove look Stalfrt,
    Bradford Health
    termed it "the greatest agricultural Presbytery and marked by dig the County Department force
    also hold "open house" on of flowers in the Springs then charged the congre- o 10 "PpsE.. .
    placing tranquil disaster In more than a generation" nity and beauty, gave him permanent announced yesterdaythat year more than
    Saturday and Sunday Oct. 26, 27 water of beautiful St. Johns Riverin estimating the loss In charge of the church. gation.Dr. the center on Church Street thirds a.. 'trIU", fnur 8IId
    from 1 to 6 p. m. on both days. commemoration of Navy heroes crops at between IS and 20 mil Rev. S. W. Creaiey led the invocation Kaufman came to Starke will be closed from noon Wednes spend on all oq u..m
    The announcement was made by who died in the service of their almost a ago from his native forms of
    lion dollars. and Rev. L. A. Shepherdgave year tlon, both
    day. Oct. 22, through Saturday, public
    Capt. E. T. Short, and Capt. C. E.
    country. Philadelphia, where he was IIIId
    Thousands of residents of low- the scripture reading.Rev. pas- J. P"I
    Aldrich, respective commanding Relatives and friends of Navy land areas were forced to seek refuge Merle H. Anderson, D. D., tor of a large Presbyterian Church Oct. 23.This Copied from Edgsyfi,
    officers. personnel who sacrificed their elsewhere and mass evacua- of EustU, delivered the evening there and Stated Clerk of the action Is taken In order October 1911. !
    The Navy will conduct annual lives In World War II are invitedto tions were carried out. A thousand Philadelphia Presbytery now the that the entire personnel of the
    memorial services, dedicated to Hit there, and Dade County Red
    bring one flower, preferablywild persons were moved to the
    the Navy dead, on Sunday, Oct.
    Cross workers did heroic work in
    or home grown, to place on Pompano Farmers Market from -- -
    the platform where the memorial the Pompano Beach migratorycamp. giving aid to those in flooded II
    services will be conducted. These areas around Miami Springs and
    "iZJ flowers will then be scattered on Flood conditions were perhaps Hialeah.
    the waters by a committee of worse at Fort Lauderdale than Canal Point with 3.200 popula-
    Bluejackets. anywhere else and, virtually the tion, had water up to four feet
    Ample parking facilities are entire area- of Broward County ,deep when an emergency dike gave
    available for the thousands of wan under water. The Red Cross way flooding 76 percent of the
    guests expected to visit Green added 1,800 flood victims to itsmmnnmsmairnnrmmomsmmuimmimonnimnnnmssioiuaeimnm I town. mtt-tf" I'4

    fRttR Cove on the two days and sightseeing ' '''''''''''''''''' '''''''''''''''''''' ''''' '' ''''''','' ''''''''''''''''", ,, 'wmmmimmmimnmmmmawmamimmitmmmmmimmmmwBE ''''''' '''' '''''''' ''' ''''''' '''' ''''' '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' ''''''''',,,"''''!
    tours by Navy busses, con
    ducted by competent guides, are i e lit inn win mk. Ir Ittitr
    HOWDY FOLKS: planned. Visitor will see tho progress CAREFUL MR. MOTORIST
    Every man believe. In he- that has been made since
    rtxlltj until his ton comes. home last Navy Day in preserving the
    from college/ the first time. 500 ships, which are held readyfor
    f. almost Immediate action In Protect Your To Drive
    ff "You look sweet enough to time of any national emergency. Right Wt started In biulnru way back In 1839 .ala laving CMMihepiipMrrm'
    .eat" he whispered soft and with a cargo of fine lea from China.This A&P Super Marie today You'll
    s. superb quality tea wu told ar lUXMially there'* no better puce for"""y.... tout
    low."I am." she replied hungrily Red Cross ReadyTo -- -- -. 'A low pticn. And ever since,AaP hai been. ihopping' And remmlwtoin" ,
    famous for high quality foods and groctr of our famoui Flavor Taut Teu
    "Where do you want to 1f0T"188man Receive Aid
    Under Provisions of the New Florida Motor M MMHBBBMV HMH.MnMBOUR
    3. : "Thene shirts simply -
    laugh at the laundry." FOR Storm SufferersGuy Vehicle Responsibility Act Unless You Pur- OWN TEA

    I Customer "I know. I've had chase Automobile Bodily Injury and Property Nectar t Tea
    Andrews, chairman of the 1-2 Ib. 39c 4lJ
    some come bark with their
    Mm. npllt." Bradford County Red Cross Chapter Damage Liability Insurance You Might LOSE
    announced yesterday that the 1. Your Drivers License.

    And your auto will laugh at chapter Is authorized to accept 2. Your Registration Certificate & Plate.
    contributions from persons wish- ASP A Florida Citizen for Half a Century for over 51
    miles on the highway/ If you letI
    ing to assist with relief of of the 88 of In
    In storm years our Company's existence A&P has been
    ire put everything ship shape
    before start out. Drive In and flood sufferers in South Flor 'I : business In Florida. Our first red-fqonted' store was. opened on
    i today for you a thorough check-up ida. Contrloutions may be made We will be glad to give you complete information Jacksonville's Went Bay Street In 1890. Today there are 126 d e X 0

    .I from tires, to top. either to Mr. Andrews or to Mrs. about Auto Liability Insurance that will ..\&P Stores serving Florida consumers. As a corporate citizenof
    V?. R. Morse, executive
    I secretaryof comply with the new law. Florida, A&P Is. proud of the part It and Its employees have :3 I Ibs.
    GULF OIL PRODUCTS the chapter, at the office In
    the health clinic played In the state's growth during the past half century. We
    : building on
    , Washing Polishing Church Street. I are proud too that our Company ha adhered faithfully to the

    : Greasing Mr. Andrews expressed satisfaction CHARLEY E. JOHNS AGENCY rule laid down by the founder nearly a century ago: Sell only 9 9 C

    )I Temple & LakeI with the work of the local the best quality, and at the lowest possible price!

    ! Service Station disaster committee during the two .. r
    , recent storms, stating that the PHONE 13 STARKE FLA.
    Phone 179 ,
    ... vealed preparations made here had re- :I) Marvel "Ilomestyle" Bread 1/ ibs17c ANN raceS
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    1 1 LOW DELIVERED PRICE Apple White Douse Juice Fruits FRESH& VegetablesA Gpe; Juice f

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    FOR YOUR CHEVROLET SunayfleldCake GREEN Pan Cake Flour

    Flour CABBAGE, lb. ----- 6c 20 Oz. 13c

    2 3-4 lb. 35c DOZEN LEOMNS 33c Crestview69c Eggs
    .,...... And Enjoy The Full Benefit Of

    White houseGRAPEFRUIT FOR I 17cl33cj d doz

    APPLES, 2 Ibs.
    Buy your new 1947 Chevrolet from UM. 14 Oz. 23c Soap Flakes k
    Buy It where you are asked to pay only YORK IMPERIAL

    the low delivered price-and not a single APPLES 2 Ibs. ---- 25c<

    penny more I That' the American way- CHEVROLET DELIVERED'PRIcr? ION A 121/ Oz. 25c
    that's your way-and that's our way as JOHNATHANAPPLES

    well IN STARKER 2 lbs.RICAN. ---- 25cj15cj
    True, you may have to walt a little I Peaches ANN PAGE l tiuedWhite

    while for delivery, but you'll save a lot of J PORTO

    money by' purchasing/ your Chevrolet from STYLBMA9TER HALVES YAMS 2 Ibs. 1 Vmegar8UCED
    us at the low price, Instead of paying a SERIES!: OR
    premium price to someone Ue just for 10 Lbs. Reg.POTATOES.
    'the Hake of getting It a bit _ere 47c 15e
    11 Obviously, It's ulner. to save a lot of Business Coupe $1.244.73 5-Passeng> Couj3| -$1,365.73 I! 27 ------- 1 Qt. -
    money on your new car Investment than
    Town Sedan $1,370.75 li;.
    It la to use a little time on your new S-Paaaenger Coupe-$1,286.75

    car delivery Sport Sedan< ANN
    Moreover, Town Sedan< 1429.75 Pure Grape JamMayonnaise 2 Ibs.
    we are receiving our fair share 1303.75 Cabriolet Swift Premium PAGE
    of car from the Chevrolet factory, which 1722.00

    !. out-producing all other makers we Sport Sedaa< $1,360.75 Station Wagon $1,937.00 Baby Beef ANN
    are filling order at the low delivered PAGE 1 pt *
    prior<< day after day and week alter weekwe ,
    are doing our level bent to get cartfto Round Steak 69c ANN
    __ FLEETUNE 3
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    you and to an who have ordered there PAGE Dressing 1 pt.t -
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    1 ---and no. even though the demand still G9c .
    exceed> the supply, you may not have to Aerosedan $1.397.75 Sportmaster 1,455.75 ANN

    wait so very<< long for your car after all. Chuck Roast 43c PAGE Peanut Butter pt. -
    That' why we 1I&1'-pay only the lowdelivered
    !+ price, and enjoy the full benefit Thete delivered priced Include Federal excise tax and 11-..... Any optionaleiulpntent Rib or Brisket 31c Bright Sail
    i of BIO-CAB qtTAIJTY AT LOWEST White House Milk
    s; or acceaHorlea are extra. prices subject to change without notice. Leg 'OLamb
    COST. And-yen--well get In touch with 69c AimnoniaJjLl3c
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    , Fillets.ek.or. Codfish. .. 39c lona Tomato Juice lqLj3cA&P I I "

    _46 Oz. Cans 22c
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    } I Whiting 19C

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    26. At Green Cove thla ceremony ganization and that plans had been Pastor InstalledBy sermon, and Rev. Howard Cress largest in the United Statea.Dr. department ,??,"

    Navy Day EventsAt will be held at 2:30 o'clockat. made to correct them. made the Installation prayer. benediction. Kaufman after which pronounced all friends the "cer. nurse, 'amwn Ofnhl

    the north end of the piers in, In the third tropical disturbance Presbyterians Climax of the service came when and members welcomed him and clerk, may ,,?t' ,

    close proximity to the GOO ships! of this season, torrential rains, accompanying Tuesday Evening Rev. William Cady Moderator of Mrs. Kaufman. ventfou of th ,t, *"\*fS)

    Green CoveActing now moored there. a 70-mlle-an-hour the North Florida Presbytery directed Health A. 'Iortda'
    <, .
    Southeast at 7:30 o'clock so nt ''f '
    The impressive memorial service wind swept across Tuesday night lit
    the constitutional questionsto >,J
    'will be conducted by Rear Admiral Florida last weekend driving the Starke Presbyterian Church Dr. Kaufman. Shortly after Health DepartmentWill Tampa.

    as Joint hosts the Flor- thousands from their homes and received Its former supply
    W. N. Thomas chief of Navy this, Rev. Albert W. Pierce former Be Closed
    ida Group. Atlantic Reserve Fleet, Inundating vast arena of the state's pastor Dr. John Warren Kauf

    and the U S. Naval Station Green chaplains. The program will Include most productive farm and grazing man after an Impressive Instal- Church Moderator solemly of delivered the Starke the Four Days Next Week W.e.r.

    music by the Jacksonville
    lur.da. lation
    Cove Springs will observe Navy NAS band appropriate salutes bya Commissioner Nathan May ministers ceremony of the North Florida charge to the pastor. Rev. JohnN. Dr. A. T. Covington, director of ".n the 'nltl'd

    Day with appropriate ceremonies designated firing squall, and the termed It "the greatest agricultural Presbytery and marked by dig- Montgomery of Green Cove the Bradford County Health De- male" force u9 10 Sill""

    and also hold "open house" on placing of flowers In the tranquil Springs then charged the congre- partment, announced yesterdaythat year "1M'ftd
    disaster in more than a gen- nity and beauty, gave him per- more than
    Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 28, 27 water of beautiful St. Johns RiverIn eration", estimating the loss In manent charge of the church. gation.Dr. the center on Church Street third a.I much t"lIr lad

    from 1 to 6 p. m. on both days. commemoration of Navy heroes Kaufman came to Starke will be closed from noon Wedne.- spend on Ibotn
    crops at between 15 and 20 mil- Rev. S. W. Creasey led the on all Ionia

    Capt.The announcement E. T. Short and was Capt.made C. by E. who country.died In the service of their lion Thousands dollars. of reside ,.and Rev*,!* ,A. Shepherd almost.. a .year ago. from his native ..... 4s+ ..... ,...-- ._.._.. tlon hth. n"h", OM of.-.

    Aldrich. respective commandingofficers. .
    : : Relatives ana friends or wavy land areas were forceduge

    personnel who sacrificed their elsewhere and rr
    The Navy will conduct annual
    lives In World War II are Invitedto tlons were carried c>u'

    memorial services, dedicated to bring one flower, preferably and persons were m PAGE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ........... FLORIDA ...mAV. OCTOBER 17, lit(mKH

    the Navy dead on Sunday, Oct. wUd or home grown to place on Pompano Farmers Mi ,6... _, -__ .. .. -

    the platform where the memorial the Pompano Beach seeks divorce Bradford NOTICE OF ELECTION of SE% of NWti and
    M'.A'I'WtU1'11' OF TILE OWMKH-' 1 the
    services will be conducted. These camp. "HIP. M''A".nIWIi'I'' CIHCULA- I County Telegraph shall publish this The Hoard of Public Instruction Two acres, of WVi!, if SB u" ,f *5.
    1 J IIV Tim f Order In next four weekly Isaues. of Bradford County. Florida hereby all lyingand being !jn ,
    'I'IU" KM1. HKUtillKl sane'
    flowers will then be scattered Flood conditions ;
    on w ACT OP "'O UH"1f OF ALOUST Witness my hand and official .seal call and gives notice of a Township 6 South, Range Ii S
    the waters by a committee of worse at Fort Laud 21. IHJll.: at Btarke, Florida, this October 14, Special election to be held on Tuesday containing airu' nor! or TJ I.<
    1947 November 4, 1847 In each of GREETINGS:
    Bluejackets. anywhere else and i OK BHADBORD t> COUNTY" TELEGRAPH (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J, Thomas, the special tax school district of You and each 'If la ..' h. ,
    Ample parking facilities are entire area- of Brou Starke. Fla., rblgt''l.e: ; 1st,IY1947 A. Clerk of said Court. said county and at the usual pol- commanded and irniiirwt; ,? "'
    r. Frank Landrum Starke, Fla. In each voting precinctIn plead or answer t 'h ni' .W1
    f available for the thousands of wan under water. Th STATE: OF FLORIDA .... A.tty. for Plf. 10-17 *t 11-7 said county and for each said Plaint filed Rlfal,,., "I NCo
    REE added 1,800 Hood vie district to vote on the election of bove styled cam n J''
    guests expected to visit Green
    Itdfure the CircuitCourt three trustees. of public schools. of quiet, confirm i i "..huff1plaintiffs :
    Clerk at '
    Cove on the two days, and alght- nmmnnnmmmm' '''' '''NNllmmmmlmnNNmm''' '' ''' '''''' ''("nunomdBE '''''' '|! In me and a for the State and I'll ..CIlItTI'I'. KI.OMIIItl" ('o"II'r. IIn IN'UPOIIU llltNllliiHf l Bradford County, each trustea ao title i it ,.1't!: d'
    < 'I't scribed land
    elected to reside In different school i ,
    R Rfnr *Nald, 'k"
    tours county personally appeared
    seeing by Navy busses con-
    \ 'I.IIY. board districts and each trustee to each of you and'', ha oUhiui:
    E. L. having ,, ,
    Matthews who
    ducted by competent guides, are been duly sworn according to law [ ppe Rlccl Plaintiff vs. Michel.Ina -. ba voted on throughout Bradford to be decreed to IK ',un.p..i.
    HOWDY FOLKS planned. Visitors will see the progress dcwumm. and nays that he la th.owu..r Klccl. Defendant.OF PUBLICATIONAND Casa No 6029.ORDER County Florida and to assess mil same In fee almplo.. t i
    CARlProtect'! lage for the ensuing two years. day of November. '97 .I.
    of the Pradford County Telegraph ''nII'
    he-redity that has been made since and that the following In, to NOTICE TO AI'I'E\U Michel- Six: mill. tax to be asnassed fordistrict you are not tc omit IDO; P".
    I the best of his knowledge and belief STATE OF FLORIDA to: maintenance and three mills the plaintiffs said bli 'Ii,
    last Navy Day in preserving the Ina Klccl whose residence and address build- confessed
    tax to ba aaxesse.l for school agnlnt ,
    true statement: of the ""
    from college the first time. BOO which held a own- Is: Prosnndl Flsterxo, Pro Vln It l is further '
    ships are ready I rnhlp, mantiffenient etc, of the !' d Th. n
    I II "Hlttorln Italy. Inlroretheepurpoee. and ,
    C e e aforesaid publication for the date of holding .aldele..tlon notice ord i r nubilMtin.published .
    for almost Immediate action in
    required to appear onIIov..mb..r
    i You are for ,
    and tout (
    In each district precinct -
    Hht'wn In the above '
    caption required -
    "You look sweet, enough to 14, 1947 In the above week oneeetr
    time of any national emergency. I by the Act of AuifUMt 24, wherein the followingmanagers' are In the Pradford "JU"'YT.' '
    he colt and named Court and cause, appointed'Ditrlet graph a newspaiv
    eat, whispered tall embodied In section 441. Pnatal seeks divorce Bradford puMuM ,
    Laws and IlPiculatlon.. printed onreverse plaintiff No 2-Hampton: having general rlrmluti< n In Bn
    low. I County Telegraph shall publish this3rier M. L. Watterson ford County Florida
    Red Cross of this to-wit
    Ready form : .
    rd | In next four weekly Issues.Witness Witness ,
    "I she hungrily 'VynnDOIIII'I. my hand "
    am, replied 1. That the names and addressesnf official Lacy u lerk ?
    the publisher. .editor managing my hand and .... Hardy the deal of thin t' -in' ''hi'| ''b.',,
    "'Where do want to To Receive Oo-,
    Aid this
    go ienl Utnrke Florida
    yon Under Prov editor, and are at Pave Dval day of September A D mi'
    Salesman "Thrwe .shirts sim- I :Publlshnr, E. .te1"at''h"e.e: toner, 10, 1947.101o'F"ICIAr. DlHtrlct No. 3-Starke (South) : Starke Bradford <'..uim Vlnr""
    FOR Storm Sufferers ( SEAL A. J. Thomas, (OFFICIAL
    Vehicle Reg Flu.lJdltor. T. N. Kendrick ) I,Tho,
    at the CtrcultlI''urt
    laugh laundry
    ply Clerk of said Court.
    s Clerk of '
    Paul Bridges ,
    E. L. :Matthews, Starke, 8r lit
    Customer! "I know. I've had I. chase Autoi r. Frank Landrum, titarke 10.17 Fla. R. F. Pemorest County, Florida
    back with theirsides Guy Andrews chairman of the Fin.ATanaging Editor, E. I* Matthews. \tty for Plf. 4t 11.7IY A. D. Crosby Hal Y. Malnen., Lnlit Butler.
    some come
    Bradford County Red Cross Chapter Damage Lia Stark., Fla.Business -- District No. 3-Starka (North): Attorney for Plaintiff 'r' it L
    split. Manager E. L.. Mat ruin'IT COIHT. BIiiFO11D Fate Drown
    C e announced yesterday that the 1. Your I thowN. Starke, Fla (01 '\i'I'Y.. FLOHI1J\I IN! "'HA o. L. Reasley IN cincviT f'01'ii'r. nimipw
    chapter is authorized to accept 2. That the owner Is: E. L. Matthews. ('El1Y.Mary: T. S. WilliamsNat COUNTY. FLOIIIDll "UI1IlIdred
    And your auto will laugh at : 2. Your J+ .. Starke, Fla. Kllzabeth. Whaley Barnwell Williams CD:M Y.
    miles. on the highway If you let contributions from persons wishing 3. That the known bondholders F'lalntlff, vs. St. Julian\ Barnwell, District No. Lawtey: Lynn Hellen Plaintiff r
    I to assist with relief of storm I mortgages, and other security Defendant Casa, No. 8048 ('. U Hilliard Robert Fleming Hollen, DOI.da,
    UK put everything In ship shape I I holders_ owning or holding-! 1 per ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND J. S. Austin Case No. 6992ORDER
    before you start out. l>rlve In I and flood sufferers in South Flori i cent or more of total "mount of NOTICE TO APPEAR A. H. Harley OP PUBLICATION
    I ida. Contrloutiona may bt made I I We will be ; bonds mortgages or other securities STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr. St. L,. H. Hill AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
    today for a thornnigh checkup are: Julian Harnwell, whose residence. District. No. Vanderbllt: STATE OF FLORIDA to. Rob!
    r from tires to top. f either to Mr. Andrews or to Mrs tion about j None. ind address Is: Route 8, Sumter, F. M Norman Sr. Fleming. Hellen whose re.ij.nci I
    1 ,W. R. Morse executive secretary 4. That the two paragraphs above, South Carolina.You Russell. Norman R.F.D. 1, Smithfield .Pennirltu\
    I comply with giving the names nf the own en, are required to appear on No- t.. I. .Renfroe You are required to alter r
    GULF OIL PRODUCTS tit the chapter at the office in etockholders, and security holders. irember 14, 1947 In the above nam- A. R. Whitehead October 27 1947 In the abet nned
    y9 the health clinic building on If any, contain not only the lint. of .., Court and cause. whereln plaln_ District. No. 11--Graham: Court and cause, wherein' pill
    i Washing. Polishing stockholders. and security holdersas tiff: seeks divorce 'and restoration. John McKinney tiff seeks. dlvorco. Bradford Coon
    Greasing Church Street. they appear upon the books of of maiden name also custody of Oeorse Rivera Telegraph shall publish this Onl!
    Mr. Andrews CHARLEPHONE the company. but also In case floor child. Bradford County Tele- John SurrencyBerry In- next four weekly li u.iWitness
    expressed satisfac- here the stockholder or security rraph shall publish this Order In Dyal my hand and offlclilv
    Temple & Lake tion with the work of the local holder appears upon the bonks. of ext four weekly Issues. District No. 12-New River: at Stark Florida, thus SeDtrab
    disaster I I II the company at trustee or In any Witness my hand and official seal Reddish Andrews 26, 194T.
    t Service Station committee during the two other fiduciary relation the name at Starke, Florida, thin October 16, M. L. Johns OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J hoe
    recent storm, stating that the I 13 of the person or cooperation for 947. Frank Tnmllnson As Clerk of said Court.
    Phone 179 preparations made whom such trustee. la acting Is. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Jay Moody By Lucille C. Conner. D C
    9 had revealed given; also that the said two paragraphs \a Clerk of said Court. District No. IS\-Hellbron: Zach H. Douglas, Oalnosvllli!
    any weak spots In the contain statements embracing Landrum Starke. Ancll NormanJ. Atty. for Plf. 9-26UH-.
    or- i mWIWIIIWIIINIIINIIIIIWWWIIIIWInN'InNI1111N11anPAY "',,,,''' /,, ,, ''', ,,' ,,,,, ,,''' '. affiant's full knowledge and belief P.Uty.Frank for Plf. 10-It lnit1 S, Sapp
    as to the circumstances. and LeRoy Norman iv: ciitctriT roi n'r. nn inron
    conditions under which stockholders IN I rincrrr ("01'liT. nnAi>Fonn R L. Clemona (COUNTY FLOIIIDtl (IIICKIIY
    and security holders who do not (OINTY.' PLOIIIDil IN! HINKIIY. District No. 16-Rising: '
    appear upon the books of the com- (' H P. Kelly James Edward Purdett, Plalmtvs.
    j pany as trustees, hold stock and John J, Gnndner Plaintiff v. \V11la Oauley Crosby Ruth Elisabeth UunMt Deft
    securities In a capacity other than a K. Qoodner Defendant. Case No. Harry Lewis ant. Case No. BOOS.
    that of a bona tide owner; and this Oscar Crosby uuor.ii OF IM ntir\Tin5
    ONLY 1 affiant has no reason to believe .998.OnnER OF PUBLICATION District No. 18-Brooker: \OT11K 1O 1PPIMIITATF1
    that any other person association AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Tom Stewart. OF FI.OII"I'
    t or corporation has any Interest dl- STATR OF FLORIDA to: WillieK. Lee Oalney Ruth Elisabeth Burdott whore.r
    rnct or Indirect In the said stock Goodner, whose residence Is Albert Hurrency Idenca Is 81 Doane Street B
    bondft:, or other securities than as Route 2. Cleveland.. Tennessee: Vernon Edwards. wood MaasachuifettH
    HO stated by him You are required to appear onlovemb..r Theresa niertlon Precinct: You are required. u ppf et
    E.; : L. MATTHEWS. :- 17 1947 In the above W. a. SlbleyFelix November 3rd K47 In' iht alt
    Sworn to and subscribed before nnmnd Court and "..uae. wherein Sullivan named. Court and. "nu* When
    g this let. day of October I'M7. Plaintiff seeks dli .rr 9..dl'
    me lalntfff sneks divorce Bradford Clyde l HorseyR. "
    ; LOW DELIVERED (SEAL) A, J. THOMAS \mnry Telegraph shall publish. this County Telegraph thnl j.. m\\II
    6th10131reey _-kh! :Iat
    fotn w
    Clerk of Court. Order] In next four weekly Issues. 1013 | Order In. next na) IP' 'galsat
    Wltnesa. my hand and official sealet Witness mv hand 1irOctober
    V OT. C FINotice Hlnl'I<". Florida, this. October 16, Starke. Florldn
    iv TUB ('ill C1'r roniT or FIO.llll 1947OFFICiAAASTItI'
    Is hereby given that 1. l"> 7OFFICIAL. ,
    A. J. Thomas, Clork of the Circuit ( SEAL A J. Thomass > \. IMM> Foil \IIFOItn ( ; ,r'"I ra'
    1 .
    f'ourt In and for 1-lrndford County ,\ Clerk' of said Court. col'Yrv % CIIIM.F.HY.Casa
    i Florida, have on hand curtain tllnd.Ierlv..d Rivers Anderson Green Cove No. 5<>93 Bv nrllli, <
    from the of Innds Fla.Attys. Andrews, also known as n E. Knight Sur 'I. ,
    sale for Springs, AdamT.
    : nnx l"'..d tinder and by virtue. ofChapter for Plf. 10-17 4t 11-7 Tucker Andrews and PaulP Attya. for Pit "I "
    FOR YOUR 174B7 Laws of Plorlrin.Acts Andrews, alsn known as Paul "
    of 19311, said funds helnir derived rtrantlev Andrews., Plaintiffs vs. iv nncriT CUlT i DiitnrORCo14'1'Y
    CHEV N Ilirt IT ('OI'UT IIIDFOf .1 n CHI
    M .
    from the pile. of the followingdescribed Fanny Green et al, Pcfandnnta.ORDUtl FLOIIIIItl:
    Inmli tu wit &*<, nf Lot
    : .
    olf \Yno.hard. < '
    I's / R8. In Woodlawn. Sot). 10, Twp. 5 HU. A.
    24 K containing 6 acres sold
    1 fendant Case No. 6040.onDCTl '
    each of
    under certificate 110 of AumiMt fl, whom In a resident 5979
    And 1024; also Lots I. ,8 I, 7, R, and NH OF PITBLICATIONAND of Rrndford County ORDER OF prni. \'Il:
    Enjoy Full Bet M'PEIH
    of Lot 18 and nil Lot 49 In Wood- namely Fanny M. Oreen, a AND NOTICE ,
    OF Mrs. an
    Adam T. Green and Rosa Mll l'lnrltla.\ STATE OF FI.OUIIHAnn
    lawn Men :.ID. Twp 11'1.\ It. 23 T3. A
    Prances Cnlluins, whose residence r :I'
    his wife; Lorenso D. Green Boshard wh"c i
    containing 55 less
    more or
    '1' sold under certificate nrres 141 of August I and address Is: Ifnulka. Mlsslsnlppl. Oreen, his wife: I. J. address Is: CRO Oaraii''" TOILakewood. '
    BIG CAR You are required to appear on known as Lloyd James Green, Individually Now J. r "
    QUALITY AT 9. 192$. amount on hllnil $39.RO. :
    November 14, 1947, In the abovenamed ""
    and as Administrator nf You are required
    LOVJ lint 2 of WH of NWVt Boo. 31. "
    : Court and cause, whereinplaintiff '
    Twp. 7 H. R g'j Knst nontnlnlng 10 the Estate of Archibald Hardy October 24, 1947. ll Illhcreln pill'ed
    seeks divorce. Bradford
    and cnu i.
    n-cres Sold under certificate 811 nf1111' Green deceased and Ines Oreen Court
    r'nllnly Telegraph shall publish. this. hid wife Katie Belle and tiff leaks. divorce
    ,\ 4, 1941. amount on hand '4*.HIK' Order In next four weekly (SKUAS.Wltnesa Wallace ; Wlmherly Wimberly her husband Telegraph shall puIvh b 'HI' Odin
    ,, of SWVi of REV and SH of ;
    lisp your net 1847 Chevrolet mv hand and official seal 'I"""\*
    from u. SKM of REv Sec. 31. Twp. B B. R. Nelson T. Green and Tioots preen, next four weekly ;
    Boy It where you are asked to pay only 32 M, Sold umlxr: Tax Certificate; I st 1947 Starke, Florida. this October 14, his wife: Pearl Saul. and Jack Witness. mv hand mil'h'-, semi' '' Pat .
    2H2 of Mauls, her husband; and to Starke Florida
    July 2. 1U14 amount on hand
    the low (OFFICIAL SEAL! ) A. J. Thomas,
    delivered price-and not a single H1I I,61. s K a of E(4( of II"'Yof As Clerk of acid Court mach and every the following.; named 23. 1947. tho"'
    SE'4 Roc 6. 7 S, R 23 defendants, (Official 1 Seal) \
    penny nsrel! That's the American way- CHEVROLET D Twp. E, containing Tton. T. Frank Landrum Starke severally and respectively. As Clerk of said Court
    El I
    acres, Sold tinder certificate Fin.Atty, If they or any of them be D '
    Mint's your way-ami that's our way as ; 2H5 of July 1, 1&43 amount for Pit. 10-17 4t 11-7 alive, and If they or any of them be By Lucille C. Conner st.irK'' "-
    well. IN on hnnc! |1fl.21. --- ,deed their several and respective T. Frank Landrum n-8' n 10.
    Sj I 1nbPe. the owner prior to said iv rinriir roinT, nn\i Fonn unknown heirs, devisees legatees Atty. for Plf.
    True, you may have' to wait a little sales. of said lands mentioned above I'01'NTV. Fl.Ollllltl IN til,IN.' or grantees, namely: Edwin C. IN cinctriT c-oriiT, nCOUNTY. pall:
    I shall make application for the funds f'nY. Wyman; B P!. fuinkerr Edgar fl. I I.
    white for delivery hut you'll save a lot of \ due them on or before December 1. Albert n Weiss, Plaintiff vs. Pauline Hunker and Mattle l B.' Bunker, his FI.onll l
    \ money by purchasing your Chevrolet from I t 1947 the said. fund will he tietttrndtord n. Weiss. Defendant Casa No. wife. ; William H Letnnlver: C. I* If(W.Fit v.Herring PlaintiffMa :e )U
    1 )
    STYLBMASTER CountyGFloridaFuaccord.Inc B037OIIIIRH. Peek: A. II Lap hum; and to I PAAe
    ua at the low pnlce, Inxtewd of paying a SERIES: ; s tn law. or prnnrATioN ANIJ: The unknown hairs, devisees, Herring, Dotenu.tn119780RDER

    premium price, to someone rile.. Just. for Given under my hand and offlcla NjOI'ICF T(/ .tPI'HtllHTATK legatees or grantesa of Archibald OF PI'nLiCATtOS
    OF 1'1.011111' to t I Hardy Oroen, also known
    'the sake of getting It a bit _e.. I '. sent this llth day nf October A. r> Pauline R. Weiss. whose. residenceand Green, deceased: and to as A. H. STATE AND OF FLORIDIPEAIda t

    I Obviously It's wiser to save a lot of Business Coupe $1,244.75' (''I..rk OFFi-'IAT Circuit. SEAL Court.A.. J. Thomasof It Oen. address Del. Los Is:Angeles clo Pauline. California dray:, tlon The Company Florida' a Land corporation.and Immigra If now 1415 Herring Albany whose AVBIIIH reeip m

    'f money on your new car Investment than You nre required to appear on In existence, and If not now In ex- Georgia.
    November 10. 1947. In the above named istence. Its unknown to ''Ppeat
    Passenger S successors, required .
    It Is. to save a little time on your new Coupe- 1,286.75, IN nun"IT coi NT, nitiirnni. :) Court and cause wherein plaintiff grantees or assigns; and to Octoba You are 37 1947, In ih'n ,alm'Court "
    car delivery! rot. "'r-. Fi.oiiutti IN HN-,- seeks divorce and restorationof The several and respective husbands and cause T D" 'rseeks
    t inv.Raymond mnlden name Bradford County and wives of '
    each every and divorce.Telegraph .
    Moreover, we are receMn/r/ our fair share Town Sedan 1303.75 V. Trlpp. Plaintiff: ,... County Telegraph shall publish thl.Orl.r all of the natural persons herelna- shall pit l1rll''hlll'hl', Orj'
    \Vn 1ine Trlpp. Defendant. Case No In next four weekly Issues bove named
    as defendants In this waeKU
    In next four
    .f cart from the Chevrolet factory which 80t J. Witness mv hand and official seal cause, and the names of whom Witness 'my hand )"d JtI1<

    I I..* out-producing all other make Sport SedanAerosedan 1360.75 .. AND ORDER NOTICE OF ptmLir-ATtov TO APPEVR nt S. 1147.mnrke' Florida this October severally as herein and respectively, are except nt Ptarke, Florida, rh"I ipI'.eal
    specifically stated,
    her 23, 1947.
    are filling orders at the low delivered STATK' OF FI.OIOA to nvlne OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas, unknown: and to (OFFICIAL ) A r Dom"
    Trlpp, who. residence and address As Clerk of said Court. flEAl1 '
    All persons havingor '
    prior, day after day and week after week Is1: I'nknown claimingnnv As Clerk of "Jrr
    By Lucille C. (Conner D C. right title or Interest In the C. Conner,
    -we are doing. level beet to You are required to appear onNov.nber (hA.. R. n...,.. 204-OR Olin rant) Llfa, following described lands In Bradford By Lucille :204 LvmliJacksonville. 'nlll14lr
    our get camfto R. H Duncan
    FLEETL 1947, the above niilar. Jacksonville Florida, ('ounly Florida, towltr Florida II-
    / you and to all who have ordered them named Court and cause wherein Atty. for Plf. 10,10;, 4t IOISI W of NE
    ,n -d .o. even though the demand still $1.397.75

    ' !> 1 eiecedit the supply you may not have to J'

    t wait so very long for your car after all.

    ; That's why wo ". -p&y. only the low .

    ... delivered prir, and enjoy the full benefit *Ttiev delivered. prices IncludeFntonti reefer nu ana iicftuo. /ny optional .--'.---_... v..v Bright Sail!1

    Of BIO-CAB QUALITY AT LOWEST: White House Milk
    einlpnirnt or accessories MW extra.: Price subject to 'OLamb
    l change without notices Leg 69c
    well In touch with -
    I F you COST.the AndV-yra very moment- your get new Chevrolet! [ 3 Tall Cans 33c Anunom a

    ,la ready for delivery 1 L I"'"

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