Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 24, 1947
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02930
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'I.j PJ/BHS Monticello Meets Team Unbeaten In BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH !

) Bradford Park Tonite f

Official County Publication Established In 1817V _

and will "give their all" -- -- -- ---------------- --..-------
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of his malnsUys against i.UMN-S-IX'r1".NINE STARKE. FLOR ri FRIDAY: OCTOHEK 2$, 1941 Z'JUMIIICR FlFTy.o m I.

( and Andrew*-on I Monticello tonight. : .. _._ _._
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starting Hat Coach Paailng Offense I I '

F when will have he plenty pits his to I was The no undermanned match for the Starke legions team of Colorful Parade I Five Qualify .[ Brush With Taxi City Creates New Supervisory; ; Job;

1 ",__A A.. ..... .4 ,_ Oaln Hvlll.. last Friday nlrht. but Injures. Tenly Boy I I
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Riding ear-old Edmond Bike Tenly, Will Be On Competitive- Bid Basis

rlounly Injured Saturday .
.E, /H-A BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAPH. 8TAKKK. FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1M7o between two and three Creation of the office of Super

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Intendent of Streets at a salary of
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m the bicycle he was Guardsmen Back

IRCtl'f roi-RT, O..DFOR.'I'y. IM CIRCUIT COURT. nit""FORO 6000. November 7, 1047 In the above named th along Temple Aye., $100 per month featured a session

FMHUOAl 1> CHAN.In COUNTY FLOUIUAl IN CHAN(7 -I ouitEii op rrnLirATioY AMDNOTICR Court and cause wherein plaintiff at the corner of Tpmfferson From AssignmentIn of the City Council here Tuesday \
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TO .4PPK4I1TATK seeks divorce. Dradford County
Ir..e Carl on Smith, Plaintiff, C. Bvyaon. Plaintiff. vs. Bar of FI.ORIItY t.l Telegraph publish this Older by an oncoming' Flood Area night.
ro.p..r. Leverne Smith Defend- Walker Bryson, Defendant. Ca.e'No. Mrs. Sylvia Casson, whose residence In next u'.h: weekly Issues. by Howard Martin, an i According to the ordinance
(010. 5910 and sddresH ,I.. hand official seal
\ : 21 Billing; Hoad Witness my and
Foc.em pLIILICATION AND ORDER OF FtTTrLICATTON Coventrll, England: at Starke, Florida, this October ,f Strickland Taxi Ser- Returning to Bradford County adopted it will be the duty of this
'ToTl'lB 1'0 AI'PIUAI\ AND NOTICH TO APPEAR I Ton are required to appear on U. 1047 N official to supervise under
TE OF FLORIU"to.. STATE OP FLORIDA to: Sara October lId t, 1947) In th.above (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas "just before sprouting web feet",
her Leverne. Bmlthci whose last Walker Brysnn. whose residence Is: nutned Court and cause wherein, As. Clerk of said Couit.T. ,ult of the accident the the direction of the City Council.
residence drea. Is doJfrsI 1 Dawklns Circle, Union South plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford Frank Landrum rilnrko. Fbi, six men from Hq. Co., 2nd in., the proper upkeep and maintenance -

Delivery, Charleston, South Co roll na. : ,'olln.y Telegraph shall. publish this Attys. for Plf. 10(10( 4t 10131 ed severe bruises about 124th Infantry, and two from the of all streets and sidewalks
I You are required to appear on Order In next. four weekly Issues.. nd body and suffered a city -
ua'r:: required to appear on October 2S, 1 1947. In the above nnm- Witness' my hand and official, seal 748th Ordnance Co., at Camp ; to supervise all work In
,inber 3rd, 1947 In tbe above ed Court and cause, wherein plain at Starke., Florida: this Doth day of iv IIICUIT <'01 .. \U..IIU [ht leg. He was Im-
led Court and cause wherein tiff seeki divorce. Bradford County September, 1947. OI'VTl.'' FI.OIIIIIIV CII1V.F.H 'Ushed by ambulance to Blandlng were back home Wednesday -' connection with the proper upkeep -
Cuff seeks divorce Bradford Telegraph shall. publish this Order (OFFICIAL OK" At.) A. J. Thomas (' V.tuoille. and maintenance of sewer '
I'y Telegraph shall publish this in next four weekly Issues.. As Clerk of said Court. West. Davis Plaintiff 'II. ua County Hospital after spending eight days
| In next four weekly Issues.itneis Witness .mv hand and official I seal Bv Lucille C. C. Obert It. Davis., Defendant. Case rill be confined for sev- and drainage systems, and to keepIn I
my hand and of flclivJ sen] at Starke, Florida, this September 1'. Frank Liinilrmn Stnrke, ,rFI.ld : No. 0023.OIIDICIt assisting In evacuation work In the repair all fences erected by the
rarke Florida. this 1st day of'IA4LhlAL 20. 19$7. Attys. for Plf. 1013| 4t 10134m OK Prill\TION. AND: flood area around Ft. Lauderdale..
'., (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas \oriCIO TO A 1'1'''"I City to prevent animals running;
) A. J. Thoman A. Clerk of said Court. KTATK OK Vl.otlll tolOhert ig to several sources, Driving six 6x6 Army truck/ at large within the city limits; to
As Clerk of said Court. ny Lucille C. Conner, D. C. incur: rni air \UIo'OIiU It. Davis, wh.mo residence is riding toward town from Camp Blandlng the men left t
Hv Lucille C. Conner D. C. Martin J. Pearl. 803 Graham Bids. I:01 :"Y. PLOIIIDtl IN < HAN- and addrens In unknown: directly supervise all workmen
j, llendurson, Esq., St. Auauslf Jacksonville, Fla. ( 9:18: 1'* You are required to appear onNnv..mber iiitomobllo going In the for South Florida. Oct. 15.: Describing employed by the city In Connec-
> Atty. for Plf. 9-20 4t 10-17 Ne'llle Mellnls, Plaintiff. vs. Peter 7, 1H47, In the above named :ition. When the taxi the evacuation work
/lf ord'plf. lOll| 4t 10124 Mellnln (also known ns. Dotr MelInlee Court .and cause wherein plaintiff they tion with tho performance of the
). Tjefendiint. rune. No. OO2t.OlIDKII seeks divorce and restoration th, passed the oncoming stated that they could drive the duties outlined". ,
iv niirriT 'ol'n'r \nvonii OF IM III.I.'\TIOAMI of maiden name Bradford County >roxlmatt>.ly the spot J
i inn IT roriiT im\i>KomM > ('OI''I'Y.' PI.OHIIJtl IV "ii \'\- \OTHK '10t'liHHTTI : Telegraph shall publlHli' I this Order j trucks through water four or five The ordinance further states
| '|', FI.OIIIUll IX" CHANIV C'l'.IIV.: ': nv Ki.nuntt t 0. tn next four weeklv IHHUCKWitness county jail is located, feet deep but when It got deeper
Oldlne Ray Marty Plaintiff. vs. Lola hand and official seal. that the Superintendent shall also
Mr. fetor Mellnlt (HHO known, my :y, who had turned audio
as than that had to abandon
1 n,'iai Friedman Hollander, Lucille' Marty Defendant.. CaNo No. IMotr Mellnlec), whose residence. at Htnrke, Florida thin October they the be required to furnish an auto-'
..Ilt0_ Marshall Jay Holland- 1n41. left with the inten- 6x9 and take
7. the
86.ORDER antI address Iv.: Porsta T"ukowieaHtarv. to boat that
('flee No. 8007, OP PtJlTLICATTOV mobile to be used In connection
.ft ulnnt How. N. Tomy'sl WoJ. Posmionkle OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ig into Jefferson Street,
Ml IIP 11 IIHOtTIOM AMOIHM > AND NOTICH TO APPEAR Polska. : f As Clerk of said. Court. each truck carried along Practically with the discharge of his dutiesat
\ TO API'Htlt] STATR OF 1.1.0IUD.10'' Lola Von are required, to fly I.ucllla C. Conner. r I, O. ilmont 'directly In the all crops were ruined and
tTK OF* FI.OIIII1V to, Lucille Marty whose residence IB. : November T, 10 Ii, In the above appear nnmnl on- '1.'. Frank Lnndrtini, tttnrke, Fin.. I taxi, reportedly mak- no expense to the City.
thousands of cattle
Ital' Inv Hollander whose last Unknown. Attys.. for Plf. 10110( 4t 10131 were floating
guidance and address lit You are required to appear on tiff Court seeks and divorce.entice rtrailford wherein County plain ssible for the driver to dead In the water that covered an It WILe explained that the Council

'U Avenue Chicago, 1111 October Court 27 and, 1947.cause In the wherein above pluln-named Telegraph I : l shnll publish'' I this Order iv cincriT roriiT. I I AI>FOIII'OI'NTT ) Iy enough to avoidm. area of some 700,000 acres, they will receive sealed applications
In next four weekly Issues. ( Fl.Ollllltl IN ('SI.IN- from all persons desiring to applyfor
tire seeks
i !required to appear onT divorce. Bradford County .
Witness hand and official MAl
Ird 1147, In the above Teleirraph shall publish this Orde'rIn my ( KIIV.Joseph said.The this office on Tuesday Nov.
nt Stnrke, Florida. this October M. Tomes, Plaintiff vs. Oertrudn ;es have been preferred
wherein .
and next four lasues.Wltneeu had
l( 'irl cause weekly men high praise for the
9. 1147. Ternes Defendant Case
K. 4. at the Hall. the
City Although
lift aeeks divorce and nor mv hand and official seal driver of the taxi.
(OFFICIAL SHAD A. J. Thomas No. noso.ORIIRn Red Cross which Is
llff Urad ford County at Starke, Florida. this September As Clerk of said. Court. OF PIIHL1CATIOX: performing a salary was authorized not to exceed

.rnpli Aha II publlnh this. Order LI.OFFICIAL 1947. T. Frank IH ml rum, !'Stnrko. FIn. AND NOTICE' TO API' 1AnST'l'J "wonderful job" In the strickenarea $100 month, an applicant
j xr f< ur weekly Issues.rt ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. Attys. fur Plf. lOilO tt 10131 \ OF FLOmiJA to: flertrildeK. "If per
they said. it been
st mv hand. and of f Iclal seal As Clerk of said Court. whose residence nnd Area hadn't wishing to submit a bid at a less
this 1st of Lucille C. D. C. 1'lr-n:: ing for
nrki Florida day Bv Conner In: % Mrs Kurt Honor, the Red Cross I don't know
,.,,. JS47.if'iAL Fin. amount may do so.
Ray I:! II".n. Daytona Ilaach 1'\1' ('IllI'l'i' COIKImi \UFOllnC New York.
I SEAL) A. 3. ThomasAs Atty. for Plf. D-20 4t 10-17 itN'l'V FLOIIIIIH IN CII..N:11 Tullmun to on what those people would have other applicants b
You are required appear Among Information,
Clerk of said Court, ('. Y. done Pvt ,
RayleMs McKinney
October 24, 1947. In the above nam-
Rv Lucille C. Conner, D. C. iv ('InII'1' (Etlt1' nittiiFmtn Uennaro norrleilo Plaintiff. vs. ed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Completed stated must show In detail their fi
,J. Henderson Esq., St. AUR-IIS- ('''!''''*''-. Kl.Ollllltl IV tll\- Louisa. Salvntore: Horrlollo' Defendant seek divorce ftrndford County \j experience in grading, paving and
Florida ('KIIY.Mnfifie COMp No. flOIO. Telegraph shall puhllxh, this Order The men sent on this assignment .
'. for Plf 1013 4t 1012.IIu'll'r J. Downlnpr names, Plain. Ollln,1 OK lll.ir\TION AM III nuxt four weekly I iHsues. repairing streets. ; experience) Inlaying
tiff. vs. Ffc. Augustine, J. Barnes, MOI'ICK TCt tl'l>ilt Witness my hand. and official sent 0 surveying project for were: Sgt. Theodore CJoodgu, and repairing sidewalks t.
C 'r .0. 'I' 14 I) K KI.OMIIIt S ...
Defendant.. Case No 51137. Pfc.
Tasco L.
Florida this Cpl. Swindell.
at September Kirby
I rornT nnAnFonnfcTV of gathering data that
ORDER PUBLICATION:-: :Sirs. Louisa SHlvatore llorrlello, \ experience In maintaining repairIng -
KLOHIll" IN "'IIAN:!- whose residence ami ndilrens, Is: 21, 1947. Lee, Pfc Virgil Robinson Pvt
AND NOTH'Ji0] At'1'7LtRFerATn (OFFICIAL SHAD A. J. Thomas. ,ttely be used In new and directing workmen In the '
kvi OP FLORIDA to: Pfc. 33 Via Comlzl Torre del Ureco, Cleik of snld Court. Marian Manning Pvt. '
As Bayless
Hooks, Plaintiff vs. Lumnn of the I
Camp Blandlng of their duties.In
Augustine J. Barnes whose. residence itAly: Hy Lucille C. (Conner I D. C.! j discharge .
!iv UrokM, Defendant. Case Non Is: 5043 1>. Elisabeth Street, You are required to appear onNovo"h..r T Frank T.nndrum Starke, Fla. ; to a close here this McKinney. and Pvt. Robert. Turner the discussion revolving, a" l
Chicago 9, Illinois. 7, 1947 In the above named Atty. for Plf. U-2II 4t 10-17 all of local Headquarters Company '
: OF prnnrtTiov AND! H. M. White Surveys
You are required to appear on Court and cause wherein plaintiff I round ,this ordinance at the meetIngf -.'
KdlCB TO HH104IIr October 27 1947 In the above named seeks divorce llrtidford, CountyTeienrraph iv" rinrirroi-IIT, nittiipniinOIIVTt. 'work started hereIn and Sgt., George Packhamand
T.t: 0 F FIOIlIH 1 80 and wherein plaintiff l publish this Order ." IIAV- Tuesday' night It was pointedout :,
resl- ) Court cause u'.h; .OIlIU1'1 Sgt. Robert Chapman maintenance -
\\\r Jnmlle Hooks, whose
In next weekly issues.Witnu'sa .
seeks divorce and. rare no.1"tI.tly ('ult: V by members of.: the Council
: Route 4, Box 332 Bessemer seal with the 748th Ordnance '
hand and official
of minor child. Bradford my O'Connor, Plaintiff, pI.n
Itma. County Telenrraph shall publish this at Ktqrke. Florida, this October 1 'I'ynE O'Connor: Defendant. Ca.; ag an areao, <. lOIn Co\ Camp.Blandlng.Mdny that the .ppr xJmate"'doubllnl' (pf,

JimWr u are 3rd required to In'appear the above on Order In next four weekly iHHiies. 9, 1947. 'No. 11014.OHOKIt in,. the survey, .Irclqledngles" ,the- else and population Stark ,
1947 SEAL A. J. Thomas \
1 od I Court and 'cause, wherein nt Witness Hturke mv Florida hand, and thin official September. seal (OFFICIAL As Clerk of said. Court. : .ti' IM'ni.ICA'ITOV TO tpi'Ktit AVIMrrien > known as 1. I, i4" 'reotnt :year has ,made It lot* "

p tfff jieoks divorce & care.cus- '1.'. Frank I.n ml rum, Starke Fla., i; 3. Starke 8 Ates \ '
for outlined
of minor 24. 1147 T \ 'r a' Of FI.OIIIOV t.l } to Attend i possible the duties
And control (OFFICIAL SR/\L) A. J. Thomas, ,\ ; .. for I'll. lOUO' lt 10131 .. O'Cunllor. 'whose residence lostwlck S. I
I llrnilford. County Telenrnpll Hawthorne above to be carried on by tha City
,' In four An Clerk of said Court j",,,1 uddreHK Is: 439, Central Avenuo. I
fl. 'Ian this Order nat Jv Liielllo C. Conner, n. P.If. iv ('111(1'tI' COllIE. nil tnIII "fllln N. J.: hen. The area survey i Marshal as was the case years agowh. ,
'vues. official seal o Brown Starke Florida. 'NTV.' FI.OIIIIHl IV CII \N You are required to appear onOrluh..r about 10 miles west
hand and
t, r my this 2nd day of Atty for Plf. 0-30 4t 10-17 ('mv.Sldnev. 31st, 1917, In the above G.CS: Navy DayMany : the town was half ,ts present :.
,Florida. M. Conn. Plaintiff, vs. LelaM named Court and clu.e.Vh..rflill and extendeI to 10 : size
I4T.i SEAL A. J. Thomas iv ciHftir 'ot n'r. nil "Fonn <',;nn. ro-fenlnt.f fime No: V, clerk) of said Court "1"1" '. Io'I.OIU"1 "'111'f'IIIV : OK IM'III.I4- \TKI> AMI:! County Teleicraph shall publish thin It was also pointed out that nine if
Lucille C. Conner I). C %<>urnin! .4 pi'i-: allS Order In next four weeklv lusue st, and from 10 miles Bradford Countlans are men are employed *t the present
Lvnch.Inrkaonvllle (Plurn.. f. Mlllur Plaintiff vs. James 'r \ 'I'M OP n.ollll I tat Witness mv hand and official peal I dlddleburg to 10 mile. ,
.1 I "Duncan. 204 Florida., '1' Miller Defendant.. Case' No. Mrs Lela. M. Conn. whose residence. at Mtarka, Florida this 2nd duy of expected to attend Navy Day time In the garbage collection and,

Pit 1013 4t lots'' 6007 and address Is 21 West 10th St. October. 1947OFFICIAL iterlachen. events! In Green Cove Spring thin street maintenance departments.'
01111.:11: op rtni.ir TiovNOTItll ti' New York New York ( BRAD A. J. Thomas
{uiiiiir CounT, nil\iir-oitfi '1'01'1'": tat You are required to appear on An Cleric of paid. Court. eember 1946 White Sur- Saturday and Sunday when the Salaries of these worker total,, If

FI.OIIIU," IN Clii N. 1TVTIOP FI.OIIIIIV tot.lames November 1. 1947. In the above named ny Lucille fj. ('000cr. I>. .J maintained offices In Florida Group, Atlantic Renerv\ $200 week or around 97 perhour.
.n' Is per
residence : Florida
T. :Miller whose Court and cause. wherein plain T. Frank Landrum Starke,
er',n nohert Miller 3 Kim Street tiff seeks. divorce Pradford. CountvTeleirriiph Attys. far Plf. 1013 4t 10124IV the M. P. Brown build- Fleet and the U. S. Naval Station If no supervision was provided "
,- i Plaintiff. vs. .Teanett jreenvllle, South Carolina. : I shall publish this Order uth of the post office
there will hold house from these the
/ open for workers a-
"Ir 699/t ,
; fondint. Case No. You are required to .appear on In next four wneklv issues (llirilT (OlliT IIII \I>FOIHJ
III OF HICTIOV A\n JT.,% ember 8rd, 1147! In the above Witness. my hand and offlclnl sent. rni'vrv. FI.OHIII Ii iv tnv-!! Jnary part of tho surfer 1 to 8 p.m. on both days. mount of time lost per week I
\O'I'UI": -iu AppKtitOF named Court and cause wherein Florida, this October <'F.IIV.Woodle of aerial
at Stnrke. ( consisting '
1'1' K: >> PIlIlll) \ t 01 l plaintiff seeks divorce ft custody 7. 1047 I Fi' V" Patrick' Plaintiff vs. The Navy will conduct annual would probably pay the salary of

wn County Telegraph shall publish this As Clerk of said. Court. No. H1I84onniin itaff of from 20 to 23
required to appear on Order In next four wneklv Issues .,' (3. Conner, 3t OT OF ptrr"LirATiovAMJI : dead on Sunday Oct. 20. The this supervision In addition to him
trd, 1947 In the above Witness my hand and official seal. Frrk Landrum, Sinrke. Fin., i NOTICM TO APPBARSTATR t has been employed on 3rren Cove service will be held other duties, It was stated..
urt and cause. wherein nt Stnrke. Florida, this 30th day of Attys. for Plf. 10110( 4t 10131 OF FLORIDA to William .
1 jeeks divorce Bradford Septenuhor. 1947.OFFICIAl. Tloyt Patrick whose resilience Is: Sunday afternoon at 2:30: o'clockat Members of the Council also

1 T-levraph. shall publish this.. ( SF3AT..) A. J Thomas iv' niirtrr (-ioiit'r-- -- JIll tnfonn Lawrnncevllle. Oeorfrla. ite stated Wednesdaythe the north end of the piers.The mentioned that formerly It was
I n next four weekly Issues.u As rierk of said. Court. You are required to appear on
u It..* my hand and official seal BV Lucille C. Conner D C. rnrvTY' Fl.Olllliti IV ll\:1SEll October 27. 1947 In the above named maps are finallyIn Impressive service will be necessary to pay a man $25 per
'>.ri. Florida thin 30th day of lIT Tlotts, Bar- F. Court anil cause. wherein plaintiff
pn\ Scott
Washington they
FI"mlnlJon"N. : .conducted Admiral W N. week for the sole .) of
i '>J-r. 1917. National hank Hlito< .. Jacksonville Harold N. Ktlwards Plaintiff vs. seeks dlvorne. Bradford Countv by Henr purpose
FI"tAL" BRAD A. J. ThomasAs nett Florida Pearl Edwards, Pefondant. Cane No. Telegraph shall. puhllxh this OrderIn illablfl at a cost of (ap- Thomas, chief of Navy Chaplains. patrolling the town in -an effortto
Clerk of said. Court. Plf. 10'' 4t 10124iv n024. n..xt four weekly Issues. 25c sheet) to the '
Attys. for c'IT1ON A..U y per The will music cows out of tho city limits.
inrlu'la. keep
4. Lucille C. Conner D. C. OI.I\o.r'Fr!; Witness mv hand anil official seal. program
I- HnrrlHon Law Erchanir rinrtiT ..m I T. nit 'FORD TO PI'R II .! nt Starke, Florida, this September may be obtained from by the Jacknonvllle NAt) band Thl job has been dispensed with
''I'!' st Jacksonville( Florida. I1* ('HtMAicneX N T ITII OK FI.O"to. 21 1947. ; of Documents '
VI'V, Fl.Olllliti ntfntlent ,
I 'or Plf. 1013 4t 10124 ( 01 Mrs. 1'enrt Edwards, whose residence (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas appropriate! salutes by a firing and the responsibility placed under
Plaintiff and address. Is": 721 West Clerk of said. Court t Printing and Kngravngtnn -
Orlffls. Ponnellv As ,R'luad.. and the placing of flowxrs Street Supervision,
niirrrr COI-HT, Hii.\i)Fonnll. Herbert I...nler non nelly. Defendant. Plennant. Street, Sprlnitfleld Ohio: HT Luellle C, Conner, P. C. ( D. C. It will .
> FLOIIIIJli IV tlllV!! vs. Case No. I">I1' You urn required to appear on (I. O. Drown Starke Florida on the water) of the St. Johns For tile pant year thin supervisory .
luV' i November 7, 19 17, In the above named t a or more' before>
Jl H!... anoN .INI Atty for Plf. 0-2 4t 1017iv year River In commemoration of Navyicroes curried
work has been
I i.i Plaintiff I ,, on Court and cause wherein plaintiff on
< Bishop Martin ioTICn TO 'J PKtIITtTll i printed! form, he stated.
Msle) w. Martin, Defendant.Ni ,, 0 F Flolllllt < 0' seeks. divorce. Urndford County cuirriT ('olrn'r. IlIt"nFlllln who died, In service, by W. M. KdwnrdH, member' of
I 600H. Lanler Donnelly. whose residence Telegraph shall' nuhllsh this Order ('''1 "" "Y. KI.IIIIH a I IV 4.11 I V. la moved out of his of.
"KU OF PI'nLlrt.TIO'll111) herbert H3R D. Street N. K., Washington In next four weekly ,Issues 'KMV. Wednesday! and will Rolallves aol frit-nils of Navy the (!Council nt a salary of $100
'run TO Api.Mtii Is B. : Witness. my hand and official seal James R. Bane, Plaintiff, vs. Rvelyn!: personnel who sacrificed their per month. No formal ordinance
a 'i' II OF FIOIIII \ Sal ni 'i Required! to appear on nt fltnrko. Florida this October Bane iM-fendant. Case. No. 692.OniiKIt I Is residence\: and office
IvesIn WarM' War It are Invitedto hud been punned, hownver? establishing -
:. W Martin, whose residence. November Srd Inn, In the above 'OFFICIAL OF PIIIILICATION: Ilearh. He still ownsi
tldross last. known Is 32 Am- BEAD A. J. Thomas, ANr, NOTI.'R TO APPKAIlBTATK bring one flower, preferablywild the position tin til.Uve.
I U CaroHi As Clerk of said.. Court. OF FLOnlllA (." Evelyn i Starke on Lafayette
( youth .
Charleston Sy'CieHihlW0l"r ny Lucille (!. Conner I>, C. Bane whose. residence and addressIs he purchased during his or homo grown,' to be used Council's action Tuesday night;;

." required to appear on next four T. Frank t.nndrum Htarke, Fla. 'Unknown.You In this tribute.Sightseeing.
'! 3rd, 1947 In the ahove In mv hand and official< seal Attys for Plf. 10110( 4t 10131 are required I to appear on October ,
Witness ofOctober. >7, 1947, In the above named tours will bn provided Cracker Grill
ii "ourt and cause, whereinfi Ptttrke. Florida, thin 2nd day liming the project Mrvphanlxeil I ,
I seeks divorce and cu.. "t A 1947 S iv ('IIUTIT ('..lilT. nn 'UFOI..t Court and cause, wherein plaintiff for tile thousands of visitors' ,
">f child Branfonl. OFFICIAL AT.) A. J. 'ThnmnuAs I (0' %rv, Io..UIIU1'1 fiivr ee-|<.. divorce. Tiradford County that hi.. '00.- Ready'For Opening '
Telegraph shall publish this ( Clerk of paid< 'ollrt. ('.' Y. Telegraph: shall publish. this Orderin oCt was not on a cost expected to attend three event 'I
n next four weekly Issues, Lucille C. Cnnn..r. P C. ..r" F. Mcfanus: Plaintiff. rs.Mirnierlte next four weeklv .Issues Tomorrow
\\ltli rlns; Mev..nu", De- Witness my hand and official but that he was low Here, : .
ttr Florida, this 1st day ofFfl'tAL Att's. for Plf. 1013 4t 10124IN fnndiint Case No SOS1 seal at Htarke. Florida this September the project. Mrs. Barbara Morgan ;
1M7 .1111.:11 09' 1.1'111.'rlo" .INI' 13, 11H7.I Th.1 Crakutri .lil. 'ownef"ndIopersteit
SRAt A. J ThomaiAs ; : \PFOnnC'Ol''I'Y. VOTICH 1'0 ipr.ail' OFFICIAL HUAT.I ) A. J. Thomas, Buried At DedanMrs.
nit :
Clerk of said. Court, ('''ICt'IT'T.. CIIA'II- 'I T 1111 OK F..IIU tolMariruerlts As Clerk of said Court .by Buck Jones and Son
FI.Oftl" I" whose ny Lucille C.! Conner, D. C. aturday
tn Lucille C. Conner D. C. PrlnaMeManim: will Saturday In the post
.3 Enq.. St. Aug05' Cl.: IFArnold Plnlnttrf. ..... repiience l end address Is: unknown: Oeorrs I* Fatten. Htark. Fla.. Barbara Morgan 68, died
*;. Tr"lrson A. C..nn.. required to appear on Ally. for Plf. B-24 4t 10-17 Norman office block on North Walnut
Case No.'f' You are ,.
Canon Defendan Friday, Oct. 17, In the Alachua '
Fl?. 1013 4t 10134: Sylvia; Street.
County Hospital. She was the
>r. B. Norman died Wed. ; ]
building formerly occupiedby
widow of the late John J. Morgan
5 ternoon In Shadycn-st >Condon's Grill", has been completely -
of Brooker. and In recent years'
following an Illness of redecorated and now proent4 -
had made her. home with' her son.

.. .. ...-...... .........-. ys.Mr. Clarence Morgan of Dukes, :' near' j n'' attractive atmosphere
--.-..- .-- --.. -.*.!.. 'a I ..-.**.* --.. el r'cleaners' *, washing machines sew .. Norman was born In Ala Lake Butler carrying out 'a color scheme of ..

| 0L For many years .he and Deudon ing machines and all electrical chua County In 1902. later movingto
Fronds of Mra. Frieda Illinois Family She ls survived by another son blue.Mr. '
fiwljnnd lived on their farm I. her deaththis appliances. He does not handle Starke, where she resided until Jones announces that a

I near HeUbronn Spring wlU regret to learn local of hospital In radio repa!.... Buys Nettles FarmMr. the time of her death. onnle Morgan of Tampa and a private dining room will be available

t* >Is survived by two daugh- week In a brief 01.I Mr. Stewart's home was In Bel-I Funeral service. will be held daughter. Mrs. Myrtle Oagliardl ) for dinners. luncheons, and

I Mrs. Jeannette Casklm and : Elgin, HI., following a Ington. W, Va.. before enteringthe and Mrs. H. U Jeffers of Saturday at 2 p. m. In the Church of Hattie California; on. lister Mrs. banquets given by .organizations .
Brannen and three broth.
I Gladys Gaskin of Lawtey; service. H. was married in Feorta. Ill, have bought the R. A. of Ood. with the Rev Mr. Smith ; or Individuals.

I '"''ns, u C., Owen, and Earl I I item.Mr*. Deudon had spent many alo. 1943 to the former Miss AbbleNewsome. I Nettles farm honw' on Highway officiating. Interment will be In .both rs, T. J. Dukes and Shop. Duke,
of Lake
Butler and Math
Frtpr, all of Jackionvlll, and winters In Starke. Thl.for year.several daughter of Mr. and 118 (old Klngsley Lake road) and Dye! cemetery with DeWltt C. Duke of Lacoochee. Girl Scout NewsThe

|-n Carter of Starke; a mister, she wa guest and I,IMri. Harvey I. Newsome of are making It their home. Mr. Jones In charge of arrangements.

I Martha Addison Raiford; I.I.. ninth* of 101.... Carrie Ward of Starke. 'I Jeffers Is a retired employe of the The deceased Is survived by Funeral. services were held Sunday Girl Scouts held their f

ISrotters. Scott Roman. was welcomed by the scores a : Keystone Steel Wire Co.. of her husband, William M. Norman; afternoon at' 2:30: o'clock In meeting of the new year W.dneiI4

I and. Britt Alvarez of Rai-I.I friends she had made here over PropertyMr. I Bartonvllle ilL They have a son three sons, Win. E. Norman Sedan Cemetery' near Smoker day Oct. 22. The meeting was

I Colonel Alvarez of Fort J period of several year*. In Wades Buy i George Lee. Klsslmmee, Dora.)' E. Norman with the Rev. Leroy Wasdln ofclatlnc. opened with the Flag Salute and

e. I I The funeral will be today and Mrs. C. T. Wade have I Mr. and :Mrs. Mettles have moved and Ernest L. Norman; and one Wilson Funeral Home Olrl ScouProml". I

nera1l1tl'Tlce. Into the new home which they brother Alvin Tyler.Represenb or Lake City was In chares of.rran&eme.nlA '
were held sua- Elgin. purchased 87 1-3 ft. frontage on The Troop 'Is planning to sell1

ltenioon at 3 o'clock at the North Cherry Street from W T. : have bullA snort distance east !,, Christmas Cards to help pay,

|"'Id.1< in Conner Cemetery CARD OF THANKSWe Weeks of Tallahassee and plan to : of the place they sold. Mr. Nettles EquitableHarold dues, so In case you want any

I Ute to expr". our appreciation has also build a wood workIng To Attend MeetingCounty
Rev. s. 1* Wataon. pas- wish build on the property some timeIn I cards please buy from the

l of th* HeUbronn Baptlat to our friends and neIghbO'for the future. The location Is on shop at his new location and C. Wall has been _milt! We are very proud to

ra. officlatln Pall bearer their many ktndfl4... duringthe the west side of the street and will be engaged In business there. personal representative for the Agent T. K. McClane Jr. S. R. Johns Jr. as our new 8COUt.e.//

| Earnest: Han.Johnnie fllness and death i of ourmother. the vacant property be- : Mr. Jcffers plans to engage In Equitable Life Assurance Societyfor I and Home Demonstration Agent 'ant Scout Leader. 't

rt Rosba Carter. W. opposite on a small scale at hi.nuw Starke and surrounding ares. Made Whlgham will be In Oalaesvllle I ,
f O. U sapp D. U Kite Mr. tween the homes of W. L. Wall' farming The meeting was closet with the '
Jahns grateful for the many home, but for the present The announcement was made Wed all next week attending the "De Is Doneand
I Arr song !
and P. B. John are .1.0 ex- and J. B. Sapp. the Olrl 1\\' f !4,
lIIenli were In charge of beauUtul flower and other Mr. Wade is a member of thepoUee wll be occupied with ..modellt.... nesday by R. Lee Montague Equitable annual Extension-Agent'* Con f<<. ,kQu"Niuw: t t.

*(Cab. Funeral Home Jack- pre lon- of sytnpaU-Th. riIdrell. patrol at Camp Blandlac. I and repairing the twlkllngs.- district manager. .n e.at..the.UntT r Uy of. Florida' --.MNy ..... *pp.sioa..$,rlb.j: 1.f:r ,

le, I ,


{ Monticello HS Meets Team Unbeaten In BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH !(

/ Bradford Park Tonite I

Official Publication
County Established In IS'llVOLVlIL'IlSIXTYNINE


and will "give their all" -' --.--- -- ------ --'-
of his mainstays-
and Andrews-onnubtfui tonight. -- ---
Reddish .
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starting list Coach Passing Offense I

lapped about geiger Tornado when will have he squad plenty pits his to a- was Gainesville The no undermanned match last, for Friday the Starke night legions,team but of Colorful Parade Five QualifyFor Brush Injures With Tenly Taxi Boy City Creates New S Supervisory Job; 'I

I I in an Bradford unbeaten Park Monticello tonight managed a pair to of hold touchdowns the Hurricanesto and two \Will Feature Trustee Posts While Riding Bike Will Be On Competitive Bid Basis '

1M, Reddish and Andrews extra points in the first half. In Eleven-year-old Kdmond Tenly.

Injuries received the last two quarters; however, Jr., was seriously Injured Saturday ,
i nursing
Rough U assignment when the Gainesville opened a deadly passing PTA CarnivalA On New Board afternoon between two and three Creation of the office of Super
intendent of Streets at of
nes lost 34-0 to a powerful attack to roll up their, heavy p. m. when the bicycle he wa Guardsmen Back a salary

vllle High team at Harris margin. I riding south along Temple Ave, $10O per month featured a session I

fast Friday night. Starke was able to pick up b tone gala parade of costumed students Five candidates have qualifiedfor was struck at the corner of Temple From AssignmentIn of the City Council here Tuesday -

Vd on Its record' to date, the first down In the opening will launch the annual PTA the new county-wide Board and Jefferson by an oncomingtaxi Flood Area night.

dlo aggregation seems to half but rallied in the fourth Hallowe'en Carnival on October of School Trustees to be elected driven by Howard Martin an According to the ordinance

its reputation as one of i quarter with a neat passing attack -I 31. Starting at the school groundsat Tuesday Nov. 4. Opposition has employee of Strickland Taxi Service Returning to Bradford County adopted, it will be the duty of this

Longest high school teams sparked by McRae to gain 1 p. m., the students will par- developed In only one dlntrlct. No. "just before sprouting web feet", official to supervise, under
Then four firsts, and the Tor- ade through the business section 9 (North Starke) where three candidates the direction of the City Council,
i part of the state. stage As a result of the accident the six men from Hq. Co., 2nd Bn.,
County lads have car- nadoes' only scoring threat. Mc and back to the USO building have qualified. boy sustained severe bruises about: the proper upkeep and maintenance .

Willing before them thus Rae passed his cohorts down to where festivities will continue H. C. Harley qualified from the head and body and suffered, a 1 124th Infantry, and two from the i of all city streets and sidewalks -

eating Thomasvllle, Ga., Gainesville's 20-yard line just as throughout the afternoon and School Board residence DIst. 1 broken right leg. He was immediately 748th Ordnance Co., at Camp ; to supervise all work In

>on High B Squad 50-0, the final whistle blew. evening.All (Lawtey). rushed by ambulance to Blanding were back home Wed- connection with11.. proper upkeep I

n 7-0, Cross City 2T-7, and McRae's passing was the entire students will be released K. G. Duncan S. A Weldon and the Alachua County Hospital, nesday after spending eight days and maintenance of sewer

I js 67-11. Starke offense, and with a little from their studies at 1 p. m. to H A. Lawson qualified from DIst. where he will be confined for several assisting In evacuation work In the and drainage systems, and to keep t
In all fence erected the
ch Geiger stated yesterday more help from his receivers the join the parade, which will rte led 5 (North Starke). days flood area around Ft. Lauderdale. repair by

spite of setbacks suffered hard-working "Potlicker" could by a drum corps from the BHS A. r... Green qualified from DIst According to several source, Driving six 6x6 Army truck City large to prevent within the animals city limits runningat to
lir, last two encounters the have caused the Hurricanes even Band and paced by the BHS 3 (Brooker), the boy was riding toward town from Camp Blanding the men left directly supervise all workmen I

[does are In "good spirits" ,more trouble.Rotarians. Majorettes. Prizes will be awarded Under provisions of the new behind an automobile going/ In the for South Florida Oct. 15. Describing employed by the city Connec--

for the best costumes and 'for law not more than one trustee same direction. When the taxi, the evacuation work, they tion with the performance of the

Ordinance Hear the most cleverly decorated bicycle may be elected from any one dis- headed north passed! the oncomingcar stated that they could drive the duties outlined". '

City "spooky" movie will bea at approximately, the spot trucks through water four or five I

[ Require Taxis Montague Discuss feature of the afternoon's) eventsin trict.Polls will open at 7 a. m. on where the county jail I is located. feet deep but when It got deeper that The the ordinance further shall states also

Vocational ServiceR. the USO. Nov. 4 and will close at sundown. young Tenly, who had turned suddenly than that they had to abandon the Superintendent
Insuranceorder be to furnish automobile
arry The USO will present a color- Voting will be at the school houses to the left with the Intention 6x6 and take to the boat that required connection an -
be used In
to be licensed by the Lee Montague of Gainesville, ful and exciting scene with pony In the Rising New River. Hell- of going Into Jefferson Street' each truck carried! along. Prac- with the to discharge of his dutiesat

of taxicabs must In district manager of the Equitable rides fish ponds: apple bobbing bronn and Vanderbilt districts appeared almost 'directly In the tically all crops were ruined, and

owners file a certificate showTat Life Assurance Society was guest fortune telling, bingo, house ol and at the following places In the path of the taxi reportedly mak- thousand of cattle were floating no expense to the City.

ture liability speaker at the Rotary Club Wednesday horrors and the other traditional other districts: Ing It Impossible for the driver to dead In the water that covered an It was explained that the Council
t they carry damage Insurance. discussing the Vocational Hallowe'en, attractions being the Hampton, city hall; North slop quickly enough to avoid area of some 700,000 acres they will receive sealed applicationsfrom

roperty finance to this effect was Service phase of the organization's order of the day Hot dogs, hamburgers Starke court house; South Starke striking him. said. all person desiring to apply

| and drinks will be Bold Torode Chevrolet Co.; Lawtey, No charges have been preferred The had for this office on Tuesday Nov.
at a meeting of the City program.He men high praise for the
I hall Graham Rivers 4 at the City Hall. Although the
from PTA booths. city ; Garage; against tho driver of the taxi.
also described the Red Cross which 1st
and a
_il Tuesday night great Improve- Brooker Center. performing salary was authorized not to ex-
1.3 far-hire trucks and busses. ment that has been made In business Beginning at 5:30: o'clock, the "wonderful job" In the stricken
1 ordinance states that ve- ethics in recent years and attributed PTA will nerve dinner In the USO Only qualified freeholders (prop- area, they said "If It hadn't been ceed 1100 per month, an applicant .
bid less
to submit at
erty owners) may vote. Area wishing a a
I of 12-passenger capacity thIs largely to organiza- assisted by the Girl Scouts. A Blanding for the Red' Cross I don't know do
three-man amount so.
The new county-wide may
Itss (the only type now Inion tions such as Rotary that have moderate charge of COc per plate what those people would have 1,
Trustee Board will take office Among other Information, applicant -
will be made. "
here) must be covered high standards of business prac- done Pvt. Baylens McKinney i
1 at which time the show In detail their
January pre mu.t t'
Insurance of from $:SOOO to Activities will temporarily cease Survey CompletedA stated.
ent nine sub school tax districtswill In and
tice.The experience grading: paving.
9 liability and $1,000 prop- speaker was Introduced by during the Starke-Palatka foot- be consolidated Into one district 1 The men sent on this assi repairing streets; experience In

|amage. G. S Newcomb chairman of. Vocational ball game starting at 8 p. m., but embracing the entire county. i $06,000 surveying project for I ment were: Sgt. Theodore Goodgo, laying and repairing ldewalks;' t

f action had not been taken Service. Immediately afterward the USO Voters will also determine the the purpose of gathering data that Cpl. Kirby Swindell Tfc. Tasco L. experience In maintaining repair-

i because until recent monthscabs It was announced that the Club will be the scene of a gala Hallowe'en county-wide special tax school district .- will ultimately be used In new Lee Pfc Virgil Robinson. Pvt. Ing and directing workmen In the

[ also operated to the will operate the bingo concession A cake dance walk will open be to all ages mlllage on,Nov. 4 Army maps of the Camp Blanding! I Marian Manning Pvt. Bayless discharge of their duties. I

I Blanding area and 'came for the PTA at the Hallowe'en a novelty area came to a close here this McKinney, and Pvt. Robert Turner, ,
In the discussion revolving -
feature at this time, and all who i around
I the supervision of the Flor- Carnival on Oct. 31, and each Monticello Band week when H. M. White Surveys all of local Headquarters Company this ordinance at the meetIng
attend are asked to In i
Railroad Commission, which member was asked to bring to the appear completed work started here I In and Sgt. George Packham It pointed
J Insurance How- tume. To Be EntertainedBy and Sgt. Robert Chapman maintenance Tuesday' night was q qout
be .
ed proper next meeting three,4 prizes to June 1046.Embracing member of the Council
mOlt cabs now operate only awards. Bill All ther local clvfc groups are men with' the 748th Ordnance by
donated as bingo an area of ISO of
Starkeites that tba approximate: doubling
i the city and no longer Graham was appointed- to, manage, cooperating; this annual with event.tHe PTA, In stagIng '. square miles'the survey. .$11c.1.ldetlal" Co\ CaMp. Blanding-- .. H':, the size and population of Stark \,

under the suptrvOrWirf!ot the the bingo concession The famed Monticello 1111'11Scbool "quadrangles" known as 1. sMAyto 14" rertent year has ,mad It impossible 1 I

KJilon: Undecided Band will parade In Starke Mlddleburg, 2. Starke, 3.. Ates ; Attend for the duties outlined '

Contract Not Lety Board about 5 o'clock this afternoon as Creek .4. Bostwlck. 5. Hawthorne, above to be carried on by the City''' I

one bid was received andd Jitney Jungle I On Administration a prevue to Its performance at 6. Interlachen. 'The area surveyed Marshal as was the case year ago If

by the Council Tuesdayon \ the Montlcello-BHS football game started about 10 miles west G.C.S: when the town wa half Its present .. I

the proposed new cityk. Hospital FundA tonight (Friday). of Starke and extended to 10 :, Navy Day sla, I

The single bid was that Store Under WayWork called The 45 members of, the visiting miles beyond Green Cove Springs It was also pointed out that nine ''t i

f Bradford Engineering Co., meeting of the Boardof band will also be overnight guests on the east and from 10 mile Many Bradford Countlan are men are employed at the present,

Iti for 35c per square foot, County Commissioners was held In private homes In Starke through north of Mlddleburg, to 10 miles 'expected to attend collection and
Navy Day time In the garbage ,
under the
I ler Included work of clear- Is well way on Monday for the purpose of setting the courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. F. F.' south of Interlachen. event In Green Cove Springs thisSaturday street maintenance department.'

etc. and 30c new 40x100 ft. building that will up machinery to administer thecounty's Stump, who made arrangement
roots ,
psglng Since December 1949 White Surveys and Sunday when the Salaries of these worker total
fcjare toot If the city did theft house a Jitney Jungle grocery ) new hospital fund, but for the musicians to be enter has maintained office.) In Florida Group, Atlantic ReserveFleet $290 per week, or around '7 per II'
no ready solution to the problem
work. store when completed some time found tained. The Stump' daughter! Starke In the M. F. Brown build- and the U. 8. Naval Station hour. If no supervision waJ provided
was and the matter was 1
J bid covered 400 lineal feet late In November or early In December laid over for further consideration Mra. Wm. II. Thomson of Mon-!I ing just south of the post office there( will hold open house from for these worker, the amount -

[out walk and 43 lineal feet building win ticello was formerly director of The preliminary part of the survey 1 to 6 p.m. on both days of time lost per week "
The new at the next regular meeting. I
the band there.FoUowtng
t 10 In. West however consisting of aerial
walk of
along In The Navy will conduct annual would probably pay the salary
be located on West Call Street, Monday's session Mrs. Ruth the this afternoon
parade -
:Teet. Morse, executive secretary of the photography started In June services, dedicated to the Navy the Superintendent who carries on
Just west of the Denmark Furniture Mr. and Mrs. Stump will 1945. A staff of from 20 to 29
|Council laid the matter over Bradford County Red Cross Chap- dead on Sunday Oct. 213.( The thin supervision In addition to his

i thvr consideration Co. Ben Hall Is contractor. ter, and Dr. A. Y. Covlngton director be Monticello hosts to Band all members and the of BUS the surveyor has been employed on Green Cove service will be held! other duties, It was stated.

[(onmifailonersi Named: I The new grocery will be operated of the Health Department, Band at a welner roast In the the project. Sunday afternoon at 2:30: o'clockat Members of the Council also
Wilton Conner, Mr. White stated Wednesday the north end of the piers mentioned that It wan
pill Chairman L. A, Canova by Loran and suggested that a committee with spacious yard at their home on formerly
I 1 four "commissioners" who, who until recently ran the West authority to act be appointed to North Walnut Street. that when the maps are finally; The Impressive service will be necessary to pay a man $25: per

f1 place the old committee set- I End Grocery. The gasoline con- administer the Hospital Fund for Mlsf Roberta Whltfleld of the completed In Washington they; conducted by Rear Admiral W. N. week fur the mile purpose of
End Is now will be available at a cost of (ap- the town In effortto
ollnw : cession at the West the Commissioners' State Farm commercial teacherIn Thomas, chief of Navy Chaplain patrolling an '

is M Smith-Safety being managed by Sveber Goodman It was brought out that many the Monticello school Is servingas proximately 25c per sheet) to thermhllo The program will Include music keep cow out of tho city limit
com-I V. Alvarez boughtout and rosy be obtained from by the JackMonvllle NAB bund. This job has been dispensed with
1P traffic I while emergency cases arlso which r*>ces"nltate chaperone this year on all out.
.arkers panting and the grocery departmunt. hospital care at once, andIn of-town trips for the Monticello the Superintendent of Documents' appropriate jmlutes. by a firing and the rnpnnHlblllty placed under
Bureau of Printing; and KngravInr. and the of flowerson Street ,
placing Supervision
to wore: \vlth Mayor 1 which there Is no time to con- Band. squad
Wnithlngton. I>. C. It will
t '. I' Police). I VFW District Dance wit the Board or any member I tho waters of the 8t JohnsItlvrr For the past year this *uperrlmiry .
probably! be a year or more' before
"' i thereof. It was urged, therefore In comm'-moratlnn of Navy work has been carried on
ages Sanitary Here j. Experienced Cleaner they Are In printed form, he utator]
To Be Held heroes who cited In service, '
luxlllary pumping sta- I that acme committee or agency be by W ]M. HdwnrdK, a member of
Mr. White moved out of his office -
age and sewer disposal Saturday NightOn iiithorlzed to pass on these cases Trained Europe here Wednesday and wllestablish Relative and friend. of Navy the fViuncll., at a salary/ of SIOO
I who sacrificed their No formal ordinance
Minn, without delay. personnel per month
I his residence and office!
I fight Fire'_ Commls- Saturday night, Oct. 25 a Before adjourning the Board Walter Nalfe. new cleaner and: at DRY ton a Reach He still owns live In World War II are Invited hail, been panned, however,', est h-

. ''iflent: anj economical district dance sponsored by the authorized hospital care for Carl laundry man at the Starke: Dry,:1 a home in Starke. on Lafayette to bring one flower, preferably Ilihlnir the poaltlon until'\ '-th*
will begin at 8 Cleaners, received his early train- wild or homo grown, to be used Council' action Tuesday night:
fire! department local VFW post Wayne Rhuden until Dec 81, at St.. which he purchased during; bin
Ing In Europe and ha been In .
W I Eawards_ Commissioner p. m. in the Legion Hall. A well which time it U! hoped to get the stay here. In this tribute.Sightseeing _
this line of work for the 35: -
Maintenance (Includingilk I known negro band from Jackson- Crippled Children's Commission to pant In dlscunHlng the project Mr touri will bo provlded Cracker Grill,
ouiidlng and repairing ville will provide good music for take over the case. year : for the thousand of visitor "
refreshments Before coming to Florida a few White empha.laces: that his. 896.- Ready For Opening'Here
Tamage). the occasion"" and expected to attend those event
Is weeks ago he.Had been employed 000 contract was not on a cost I
will be furnished. The public J. H. Stewart Opens with 'the same firm In New Orleans plus basis, but that he was low Tomorrow

erd Sunday Invited to attend. for 17 year When he decided bidder on the project. Mrs. Barbara Morgan : al1i.; 'own4ifiind; "
Oct. 26, a district meet- Appliance ServiceJohn The,Crack ri I.
Sunday to come to Florida he ar-
Mrs. Carter Ing of the VFW will be held at rived In Jacksonville and learned Buried At DedanMrs. operated by Buck,Jone* and Son.
approximatelytwo H. Stewart a former lieutenant Rites SaturdayFor will open Saturday In the post
the USO, where about the In Starke Barbara 99 died
Rosha Carter, 60. widow otto members of the (Jg) In the U. S. Navy. opening Mrs. NormanMrs. Morgan office block on. North Walnut
hundred through' newspaper advertisement Friday. Oct. 17, In the Alachua
L. died Sat- service
Carter 4319 are to be host has opened an appliance Street
" morning at the home of her Starke R. A. (Le Green shop at 603 Temple Ave., In Scott's Alice E. Norman died Wednesday County Hospital. She was the The pulldlnjr.. formerly; occupied
.ter -Commander Mr. Nalfe state that he like widow of the late John J. Morgan
Mr*. Darby Gasklna, Rhoden. Hobby Shop building. afternoon In ) .. .
William C. Shadyc..tho.pltaJ. by Condon's) Grill bar been completely
Qm. the town and that he will be glad of Ilrooker and In recent year
Lawtey. She 'was a native I Mr. Stewart state that hi. following an lllnesn of redecorated and now presents -
"idford to assist patron with troublesome had made her home with her sonClarence ,
County the daughter specialty Is refrigeration vacuum several day. an' attractive atmosphere
h Freida DeudonFriends cleaning. problems. Morgan of Duke, near
e late Owen and Candacy Mrs. I I cleaners, washing machine, sewing Mrs. Norman wa born In Ala- Lake Butler carrying out a color scheme of 1

e< For many years she and Frieda Deudon machine., and all electrical chua County In 1902 later moving
' of Mrs. Illinois Family She Is survived by another son, blue.Mr.
'wuand lived on their farm of her death appliances. He does not handle to Starke where she resided) until Jones announce that a
near HeUbronn Spring. will regret to learn local hospital In radio repairs.Mr. Buys Nettles Farm the time of her death. Lonnl Morgan of Tampa, and a private dining room will be available I
* week in a Mr.
Is Myrtle Gagliardi
survived by two daugh- this a brief Ill Stewart's home was In Bel- Funeral services will be held I for dinner, luncheon, and
Mrs. Jeannette Gaskln and Elgin Ill, following Ington. W. Va., before enteringthe Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Softer of Saturday at 2 p. m. In the Churchof of California; one sinter' Mr, :banquet (given by organizationalor I

Gladys Casklna of Lawtey; ness. service. He was married in Peoria. HI, have bought the R. A. God. with the Rev. Mr. Smith Hattie Brannen; and three brothers Individual i

'oM, L. C., Owen and Earl t Mrs Deudon had spent many.wInters also 1943 to the former Miss: Abble fettles farm home on Highway officiating. Interment will be In T. J. Duke and Shep Duke,

."T all of Jacksonville, and in Starke. This for year several: Newsome daughter of Mr. and 18 (old Klngsley Lake road) and Dyal cemetery, with DeWltt C. Dukes both of of Lake Lacoochee.Butler ant Math Girl Scout News j ff

n Carter of Starke; a .l ter.1Ial'tha she was guest Ward and,I Mrs. Harvey J. Newsome of are making It their home. Mr.i Jones In charge of arrangements '

Addison Ralford;' months of Mrs. Carrie scores of Starke. Ferrer la a retired employ* of the: The deceased. I Is survived by, Funeral ervlee were held Sun- The Girl Scouts held their first;

Brothers: Scott. Roman Ral- was welcomed by the here over a, Keystone Steel IE Wire Co., ofBartonrill. I her !husband William M. Norman; day afternoon at 2:30: o'clock InDedan meeting of the new year Wedne.-;i

end Britt Alvarez of Starke. friends she had made .. '11. They have a son. three sons Wm. E. Norman Cemetery near Brooker day. Oct. 22. The meeting was ,
Property '
Wades Buy
.Colonel Alvarez of Fort I period of several years. today to George Lee. KlMimEsee Donny E. Norman with the Rev. Leroy Wadln officiating opened with the Flag Salute and,

The funeral will be Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Wad. have Mr. and Mrs. Nettle have mov- and Ernest L. Norman; and one Wilson Funeral Homeof Girl Scout Promise.

"era service were held Su.ot .- Elgin. purchased 87 1-2 ft. frontage on ed Into the new borne which they brother Alvin Tyler.Represents Lake City wa In charge of The Troop'''I.I planning; to soil;':

! mOon at 3 o'clock at the North Cherry Street from' W. T. ban built a abort distance east arrangement, Christmas Card to help pay!

shy'\ In Conner CemeteryRev. CARD OF THANKS!appreciation Weeks of Tallahassee and plan to of the place they sold. Mr Nettle EquitableHarold due, so In case you want any)

the s. I* Watson pas- We wish to express our build on the property some timeIn bas also build a wood work- To Attend MeetingCounty cards, please buy from th. Scout.

"' the HeUbronn Baptist to our friends and neighbors, I the future. The location .1s on ng shop at his new location and C. Wall has been named We are very proud! to have Mrs.,

"J*. offlclatlns Pall bearers for their many kindnesses of during our the west side of the street and will be engaged In business there. personal representative for the Agent T. K. MeCIane Jr. S. R. John Jr. as our new ..*..t.J

Earnest Harris Johnnie the Illness and death We I opposite the vacant property be- : Mr. Jeffers plan to engage In Equitable Life Assurance Society and Home Demonstration ant Scout Leader. I

lrjO. L. Sapp. D. L. Kite, mother. Mr. Rosha Carter. 1 tween the homes of W. L. Wall farming on a small Kale at hi* for Starke and surrounding area. Made Whlgham will be In The meeting: was closed with the! M

_John and P. B. Johns Ar- are also grateful for the many expreseloas and J. B. Sapp. new home, but for the present The announcement was made Wednesday !vllle all alit week A..nt/son*. "De,. I. Done, and the OlrllScou 'I'

-ents were In charge of beautiful flowers and other Mr. Wade .U a member of the will be occupied with remodellingand by R. Lee Montague, Cqul- :annual 1Cat.nsioA'Agent's / salute ,tiMary
McCabe .ympath). repairing the buildings table district encatthe of. '' : r
'e, Funeral Home, Jack- of _ne Children. police patrol at Camp Blandln manager. .. Sue. Kpperao,. HcrlbeJfl !

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"" from Ella Mae Osteen. Shine school, after which the popular Marlene DietrichIn lbe "SagfbiWayne ".all

Army Team Stars Elm old-faHhloncd cake walk will take and I o ,, win I
TelegraphESTABLISHED Moslcy, Mildred Sculley. Film OpeningAt ''Illn.
Bradford County Will Be SeenIn Lorene Padgett. I have word that place Other timely, Interesting Paul o{. rw},(
Sheila Brit
Sadie Carter whose parents moved features are "The Spook Room", Park TheatreMarlene Rv; TaYlor'
1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OwNER-EDITON: Florida FilmA to Lawtey is now out of schoi The Fortune Teller, Apple Bobbingand and Chapt4 lag, :, oft
in a the laugh-provoking O r a b- Dietrich and James W1W- f '
and Entered BIll SecondClass entertainment and working in Jacksonville cowpiu, hill
week of the
Published Every Friday high for have the starring roles in
every- Stewart
now Bag with a surprise
Office at Starke, Fla. laundry. Two of my girls
at the Florida Theatre I
at the Post begins
Matter work In Jacksonville and I am 80 "De try Rides Again", the rip-
Sunday with "Miracle on 341Street" proud of them. Time /narchea on one.Old and young are cordially invited roaring western that comes to the

MEMBER j 1947 starring Maureen O'Har and every day makes us a little to attend in masquerade Park Theatre Sunday for a three SMILE WITH{
and Payne.
for which appropriate The strong supporting
on costume, day run.
the nearer the end of our stay YOU'D"r F
"Annually '1.10 For Six Month Tuesday and Wednesday earth. If we only stop and cn- prizes will be awarded. cast Includes Charles Wlnnlnger, O TOO
Subscription favorite "Abie's IrisRose"
perennial elder this perhaps our words would This Is the Fun Festival of the Mischa Auer and Brian Donlevy.

that ran five years on hold a little more kindness. A 8ft) year. Don't miss It! Next Wednesday and Thursday ::
32 months
Broadway and as a
'' bill will include"If
wrath. Let the Park's
radio drama comes to the scree answer away Mr. and Mrs. James W. Bell,
and kind, the I'm Lucky", a fun-filled musical .1,
voices soft
of the Florida in all its refreshln keep our missionaries to West Africa, who J
Orchard"Offers humor. if suddenly our loved ones are spoke at the Starke Tab- starring Vivian Blaine Perry I 11l.. .
"Calendar taken our hearts will not so sore], recently Come, Carmen Miranda, and Harry
As a stage play, "Able" was ernacle, were: Saturday dinner
ache, and will have no sharregrets' James and his orchestra. The \
you I/
a popular favorite of theatre- guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
will be "It
I have seen so many bitter second feature Hap-
n goers who gave it a run of more Alderman
tears shed and I know that pened in New Orleans" with May '
than 200 performances. As a :Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watter nand HE
a 'Round Pleasure they are thinking. "Now it Is too Robson and Charles Butterworth.; CALLING( %P "
Year radio serial It thrilled million K. B. Watterson were dele-
late to tell them how much I lov The, double feature of Friday
with the hilarious, heart-warmln last week to the Associational -
them and appreciated them." Let gates and Saturday, Oct. 31. Noy. 1, will
adventures of Abie and his spirited District Meeting In Hawthorne PHONE
-.. ..... us be kind to each other. As the 1 150
colleen. .
developed.A Chinese say "It may be later than twin sons, of Starke were calling I
visit to the James Rosier how this orchard has Joanne Dru the brunette discovery Mrs. C. E. Ousley and< Mrs STARKE TAXI
Make a you think." Above all put you on friends here Wednesday of last SiPhone
will find visit with Mrs Rosier reveals of the year, and Blanton Ousley and little daugh- I
and and
farm at Lawtey you life In our Father's hands week.
made as soon as Norris another screen newcomer, ter. Anne of Perrine, spent sev-
demonstrations of that a start was to Always thing -
beat cease
the worry.
one wh
much-In-love couple
the play the eral days here as guests of Mr.
"calendar orchard" to be foundIn she and her husband moved to turn out for the best. All is i apart
a 1916. must solve the many problem and Mrs C. L. May.
Bradford County. Any monthof farm on January 20 brought about by their antagonIstic of God's plan. God bles Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cole and 52J
Mrs. Rosier QpBI OY DEF SEfICEw.
find fresh the years aching heart, and trouble
the year you will Throughout Irish. and Jewish parents. every daughter. Jimmy Clay, moved last
fruits a-plenty right on tbe trees has taken over the orchard as her Army Football Film soul.) Time heals all. week to Starke to make their .OLLOW ?... .'rose Mrs. Hartn
ready to be plucked. Right now special project. With the "The Spirit of West Point". Sunday .la Don's birthday and I future home.

a drive up the lane approachingthe folk bURY on other more Important much starring the famous Army foot am having a dinner for him. I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hamiltonand

r Rosier home will give you a projects, they have not had In the ball twosome, Glenn Davis and< have Invited his brother and wife daughter Carole Ann of NI- Plate Lunches Regular Dinners

view of the orchard on the left time to take an Interest remembers Doc Blanchard, will highlight the I will have a. cake with candle; agara Falls N. Y., arrived here

with persimmon In full color and [orchard. Mrs Rosier all the week's attractions at the Florid; and chicken and Ice cream. I recently and expect to locate here Short Orders'

E' ataumas and kumquats Just how for a period of years next Thursday and Friday. PlayIng Just love birthdays. Even thougl permanently.Mr. .

changing color Also there are Interest of the menfolk was and centered in their first screen roles with! they make us older, there is a joy; and Mrs. Gordon Wads Sandwiches Soft Drinks

oranges, grapefruit and lemon on the tobacco crop commercial; perfect ease the two boys from In age:: It gives us such depth worth, Jr., and children. Jerry and
trees hanging heavy with fruit other years Is was of understanding and sympathy;
thrills galore
clear West Point provide Mary Katharine, of Gainesville,
that will be nice and ripe in time i poultry or the buying and for lovers of football of all ages. that youth can never have. It were dinner guests on Sunday of QUICK SERVICE 1 :

to turn over the calendar for De Ing of more land. Primarily the life story of the 'draws us all together and maker Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth,) CLEAN ATMOSPHERE
cember. However, of late, Mrs. Rosier two men and their days together our hearts full of love.I Sr.

The types and varieties of fruit,I has noted that her orchard has at the Point this film was made planted daffodils last Satur- Mri D. P. Hardy and children,

trees growing on this farm sound! created a lot more interest than in cooperation with the U. S day. It will be fun to watch then with Mrs. B. L. Hlnnon and daughter A&A LUNCHEONETTENEXT

like a nursery Itself: 1 grapefruit, in years past. The grapefruit the Army which sanctioned the appearance come up and bloom next Spring were Gainesville visitors on DOOR TQ PARK THEATRE
I bearing and four other smaller tiee loaded with fruit, by of Blanchard and Davit Little things are so much fun Monday.Mr. Odom
impressive Bobby Dub Rhodei j jLet
treei; 5 orange trees three now smokehouse looks a lot more In this picture which was made Digger is the best pal ever. II and Mrs. C. E. Barr of St.

bearing; 12 Bataumas, all bearing; now than It did the yearIt during the post-graduation furlough you are lonely get a little dog.. Augustine Mrs. G. W. Hinson and

10 peach trees of various varie- sprouted from a seed In a flower of the "Touchdown Twins". They are such fun. I can hear Mrs. Willie Mae Denton and son, '" v r

ties; 1 lemon tree, bearing; 9 pot on the front porch. Yea, They bring all their past glory to my bird singing. Ah, life is wonderful Michael, of Starke, were visiting -

,, pears pineapple variety; 2 apple she feels her Orchard Is now get-she the screen in dramatic fashion and life is great, and good even relatives here Saturday. us repaint and repal

pear trees; 8 peaches, various ting its due respect and aside that are supported by a strong cast living In a Mortuary where t'verytime E. C. Lamb and son of Jacksonville your old Bicycle. We'll mall

1 varieties; 4 plums, Excelsior variety nays of late she has noticed Including Anne Nagel and Alan I hear the telephone I think, spent Sunday here, guests It like new. Also new an

; 6 persimmon, various varieties; Mr. Rosier always makes his way Kale Jr. "Who now and what has happened of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lamoreaux. used Bicycles for sale.

1 kumquat; 3 figs, celeste variety; to the house through the orchard ?" I must stay near the tele- Mr. and Mrs Luther Savage and
1 grapevine and 3 lowquat trees. and as she puts it, "Jim sure likes . . phone day and night. God bless

It Is interfiling to know Just those persimmons". LuraHampton .
pyr Clay Hill you and love. QUICK RELIEF FROM SHOE

a Symptoms aff Dhtrev.Arising from

Let Ua Install You A MODERN BATHROOM ronra, Nebr. EXCESS ACIDFree

Or Remodel and Modernize Your Present One By Mrs. M. C. Sweeney BoekTeUllofHomoTr..hlle..Uh.t Wear Thru Expert Repair
Wherein I watch the whirling It Win Cost You Nothing
Must Help or
. . -New Life For Old ShoesBIGGS&BAKER-
leaves come down and enjoy quiet Over three million bottles of the WII.HRD
-- -- moments with my dog In the sun- IIALLOWE'EN CARNIVALThe TWBATMBNT. have been Bold for relief. ofrmptonmofdiBtreMArlHlnff
I from stamacfii
R ONE TO THREE YEARSTO .ihlne on the lawn. Annual Hallowe'en Carnival ana DiMdmal Utem due to tic... e4DlpttNn
C UPM .........h.eI ,
Pew .ur or
I Fly fly over the sea, iponsored by the local PTA will beheld _.. _"' ,_.. .:cpi........:.,.....,
away away
DOWNPAYMENT at the Hampton School on lue to E.e..A.td.aeldoa' IS days; trial I
Sun loving swallows for summer Ash. for"Wlllard'i ........" which fully
.is done, Friday October/ explain tlui treatmap-4u-se 105 W. Call St.'f,' SUrke, 1 F
Doors will be open at 8:30 p. m. DRUG STORE 'fPASSENGERS
; f Come. again, come again come KQCH
when weiners
. back to me, hot hamburgers,
cold drink;
doughnuts, coffee and
Bringing the summer and bring-
' CALL 144 OR SEE US AT 335 TEMPLE AVENUE ing the sun. trill be on sale In the school cafe-

y, t Rosettl :erla.

At 7:30 there will be a Hal-
Shull Plumbing & Heating The leaves are whirling In every owe'en program presented by the RELY

lust of wind. Here the wind blows

STARKE, FLA.REFINEMENT K much and I love its sound. I "
love to hear It In the night as it -

rings its song around the corners PURE OIL

of this tall house. When It is PRODUCTSGreasing

mowing and blowing it sings aong. ON COCA-COLA AND
All the birds have gone Tire Patching

1 louth now save the sparrows and Tires Tubes

::hlck-a- y in every! necessary! detail in a Service Batteries
I hanging out clothes
available locally and widely known The[ sun was just rising my and the

for its modest coit its -wholesome ky was all rosy. I was singing .
and always tactful sympathy. TRAVEL REF RES HE
courtesy to myself when suddenly a bird We Also Do
ang near me rather gay yet
ry weet and softly. I looked In the AUTO

nearby tree and there he sat. It

iras a chlck-a-dee. A modest grey TENLEY'SPURE
bird with a black throat larger

AMBULANCE SERVICE than a sparrow. I enjoyed the OIL ..

Funeral Director robins on the lawn all summer, so Service Station
t when you see the robins down
STARKE PHONE t Temple Avenue) Phone 199 AiiI
here, I am sending my love and )

Our local funeral home enables us to egard with them and hope they -- ,
rill act as nice down there as ." I
offer conveniences and services not ati#
hey have up here. e
otherwise available.
i Tuesday I was invited over to

t We furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices ai| ay neighbor's to meet a new THE PICTURE 'YOU Tpaea

accept ANY life inauraac policy In force issued by ANY COM elghbor.'. Only our close nelghor DIDN'T TAKE TODAY 4-
there. I felt
were so happy
paojr,'.. payment in part or in full on a funeral. Consultation CAN NEVER BE TAKEN
11 nd could feel the good will. I
carries ne obligation. h
have never heard of any of these

elghbors quarreling. I love peace, Is the, time to get

nd loving words and little' kindesses MOVIES of those .growing
Such cheap things but Youagsters. You don't have) te

hey make for happiness. This Is boy expensive Camera or Projectors 9',

the moat wonderful little town I to make movies of your ,

ave ever lived in. I am so wonderfully own. We will rent them to you
happy and glad to be a for a very small fee and your

,art of it. Our hostess served cof- only investment Is the film. ibr >
fee and doughnuts. She Is a very Come in today for further n SY ti 1

lovely person. Information +

'Cold! Storage & Curing Plant ret.Things However at Clay all are Hill well.are pretty There, Hollywood Camera s: ,:

Pas Home-Coming at Long Branch and Gift ShopCall

IS NOW OPEN :. nd It was well attended. We always St. at R. R. Starke
; had such a happy time at

he homecomings. They are now r ym
building a new church for the Clay

M' ll'e Offer You The till people In place of the old log
hurch which U being torn down.
Same Reliable Service Long Branch Is the Baptist church IF YOU HAVE

This Season As We Have ..nd Clay HUI the Holiness. S
ones.. Is doing tine as the 4
In The Past pal> at Clay Hill. Despite the i PULPWOODTIMBER

t I, .. terras they only have missed four 1 DRINKeca

lays of school. The cafeteria IS:
3 We Have Two Cures For Your Meat running and a small store has:

been put up In the yard to -

PLAIN SALT CURE nodate people who cannot accom-I II FOR SALK 1

llghland for groceries and
upplies! It Is owned by I

.rlffls, who has a store at Highnd -
and Is run by Elgin Padgett' Edwin W. Peck r. pLEAse

he cafeteria cook. That surely aelpgr batllq

.. handy and I am glad to hear of P. 0. Box 483

his service. I have such nice let Phone 63W
STARKEICE COMPANYPhone era from the small girls at school.

It does my heart good and if Iras I Gainesville Florida omia UND? AOIMOIIIY or THI
12 Starke, Fla. I only there to gather them in 1 1I Top Cash Prices Paid STARKE COCA-COLA
Ij my arms and talk to them how BOTTLING COMPANY

j.I good It would be. I get totters] : .IY c--C"c.0":1. ....-!





Oct. 24 ,

8 P. lvi. '

Adults -- 7Sc Children SSe

Bradford Park I


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Sept-Newberry-0 - BHS-13

See Game
Oct. 3--Lake Butler-O - BHS-26 Every

Oct.l0---KetterJinus-27 BHS-12 I
Oct. 17 GainesviIle-34 BHS- 0 y
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Oct 24 Monticello - Here Y' .... j! '
GOOD LUCK W be {With YouTornadoes :

Oct. Palatka - Here TEAM t
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Nov. 7---St.Leo(Dade. City) : Here ; AL V A R EZ' \ CARPENTER'S I,

Trenton Here Your Rexall Drug Store !I.
Nov. 14 t - EST. 1891 .

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Nov.21Lake City - There Every Type of Hack The
Nov.26--Open Date - Here .INSURANCEPlease P"8 100 Percent 1&

0 0 ._.."..J: IIt's i
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A Pleasure To Back Reliable H C Wall Agency Lappe Bakery
Complete Prescription ServiceHome .., .. .., 'UII.. .
The Tornadoes PI
FurnishingsDenmark A Winning Team
Two Registered and Graduated Let's See Needs Strong Support
Pharmacists on Duty
Florida Bank
The Star Store Koch Store
Furniture Company Slade Gas Co. at

,. ... r' ,,. ,. .. ... ,.....,--.' .. f*rf*+*rrr rj x-f rj ffrf.fHe ..._ FLA.NATIONAL.OKOCPMBMBRH
We're.Pulling See You At The Game T ORNADOES Eat ''Em"Up Sure To SeeThe ... ,., F. 0.1.0. "_

For The Tornadoes Tornado Game Bring Home The Bacon
0, But Don't Forget TORNADOESEastern

I Auto Supply MAn Company ews Harley I F. Strong

Starke's Finest Jeweler/
r#" n I... PI nu.. .. u ____.
Tornadoes- Good Luck Fill The Stands UNEXCELLED! -- 164 t
Go Get 'Em
To The TornadoesWinkler For Tonight's Game II H. S.. Tornadoes alldJVe're
Our Electric Service r

Farm Home & ElectricService
l B. AlvarezSemce Electric Service Auto Supply & Supply

STATION ..,. .._.,., ...
-.. _P_, r **.....r j --j fr J ff&f*"f**"***"r 1 .,. .. 1
You'll Arrive- Safe At The Compliments Mow'R Down See Our Line of '
School Supplies f
Game WithFirestone TOll N A DOES

Tires Service Station
Plumbing& Heating:
.I.P.::ROBfe&f MOTORS I.
) \

will be to supervise under direction of $ ''
Birthday Party Miss Jerrels Weds TO ALL WHOM NOTICE! IT MAT CONCERN: I the City Council, the proper upkeep l0Tn. per moeth.
I and CLUBS maintenance. of all .
SOCIETY This la to certify that I have tiledmy and city streets esa)apipllreilonrCC11 will
For Wayne KinneyLittle Chas. Henry QuickIn Final Accounting a. Admlnla- and sidewalks; to: supervise all workIn .on. d.alrln" r....n.. 'II
ot Mary O. i connection with the proper upkeep Office on the apPly
I I.r
Wainwrlghtndeceased, and will on and maintenance of sewer anddrainage un, at the "ey Jot
Wayne Shelton Kinney Waycross, Ga. the 2Sth day of November 1047, systems and to keep In Id.. 4111 !fall: 0ttrke:
PartyAt OES Will Honor apply to the County Judge of Brad repair all fences erected by the ,
Family i was honored on his third bIrthday; Mr. and Mrs. R. J, Jerrels of ford County Florida, for my FinalDIxrharBe City of Stark to prevent .the run ehotiIdiShowne among olb'r
.Grand InstructorWaldo anniversary last Friday afternoonwith aa Administrator of said nine at large of animals within 1. Applicants a.tall: I
Lawson HomeThe 'I' Bronaon announce the marriage of: ""*". the City; to directly supervise all In/o\, exp eneot. II
a party given for him by his their Nellie Lone to N. D. Walnwrlnht workmen employed by the City In 5. ADDllennt5 ,
daughter, tk
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ewell I. Chapter No 120 Orderof mother Mr, Carolyn Kinney and 10.24 4t 11-14 Administrator connection with the performance ot. Inw and repsirn,.ap.'I.n" I
Charles Henry Quick Jr., on October I the duties outlined above. The a. Applicants a .Id..lk
the on October Eastern Star will honor MM. his aunt Mrs. Shellle Hall at the I
scene shall be
Lawson was 18 In Waycross, Ga. He Is I Cinrt'IT COItllT. BRADFORDCOI Superintendent also required talnln[. rPDslrlsq end h Ie
9 of a surprise family celebration Martha Strickland of Gainesville, home of the latter. the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. HI 'NTT, FLORIDA IN CRANCER to furnish an automobile to .ewerae f. dr"lhRKe 5yst0m5 In.t.,
Marvin Lawson on his Grand Instructor of District No V. be used In connection! with the discharge Applie, nt jrxperlen
honoring Young guests assembled In the vl..ln" "
and Ina
of AccompanyIng d
Quick Waycross. Plaintiff
birthday anniversary. 8 of Grand Chapter of Florida, spacious yard, where tissue festoons the couple to Waycross were Cella James Maxine Nlckell,Nickel Defendant. Casa No TO.: the of City his Salary duties for at no the expenseto Officeof the dl..charSf ,.1 Ih.I, dulba".

During the evening several Friday evening, October 24. of lavendar, pink, yellow their only attendants, the groom's 6060 ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Superintendent of Streets has CbRlrrna
games were enjoyed, and refresh Mrs. Strickland is a member of blue and green were hung, carry mother, Mrs. Quick and his broth NOTICE TO APPEAR been fixed 'by the City Council at ,,10-1f Carl John It 10-81, City Clerk CIO .GALVAREZ' u
ments later were served from the Waldo Chapter and has twice Ing out party colors to the fullest er-in-law and 'sister, Mr. and Mrs, STATE, whoa OF FLORIDA residence to Iscien: JamesNhekell ---
dining room table, which was over br.ught honor to this district by extent, and adding color and John Jones. eral Delivery, % Mr.. Linda Nickell, -
laid with lace and centered witha holding Important Grand Chapter charm to the gay outdoor Bur gpndes, Indiana. Men's
For her wedding ensemble the You are required to appear on i STORE Clothlnr
largo birthday cake surroundedby offices. foundings. Favors of whistles and fore November It, 1947, In the above E8ta
bride chose becoming
fern. Arrangements of fall All members as well as visitors tiny baskets filled with candy were a black named Court and cause, wherein _, ______ lislted lsslEORENGE'
green wool ;suit, featuring plaintiff seeks I ''
flowers were used for decorating. are urged to attend. given to each small participant.The ., accessories. Her corsage was of County: Telegraph : :rtp"b''r..d: ; this
Order In next four lssu a.Wltnexa
Those sharing the occasion with Manda Lappe, highlight of the afternoon red roses Mrs. Jones was'charmIngly mv hand as.official seal
the honor guest beside Mr. and Worthy Matron. was a novelty balloon shower. Gay; attired In *, rose wool suit, at "Htarke, Florida this October 17, "
Mrs. Lawson and their son, Jimmy colored balloons, tied high up tn featuring black accessories and a 1947.OFFICIAL( SEAL A. J. Thorn
a tree, came floating down on excited AH Clerk of said Court.
were: carnations.The
of white
White-Boone corsage Btarke, Fla.
youngsters at a specified .H. O. Brown
Mr. and Mrs H. A. Lawson and time. groom's mother, Mrs. Quick Atty. for Plf. 10-24 4t 11.14
Agnes, Aleen and Bud; Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Olin W. White announce suit with a
Mrs. J. T. Lawson and the engagement approaching corsage of pink carnation The City Council of the City of 1Tl:1:
Alice and Hal; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin marriage of their daughter enjoyed by the children, and pictures Stark has created the Office of Superintendent .
taken of festivities Mrs. Quick is a, 1946 graduateof of Streets whose duties
L. Lawson and Pamela Henry Dorothy Ray to Benjamin I
Marvin and David. Floyd Boone, of Jackson, Tenn. .during the afternoon. Near the Bronaon High School, and is
The wedding will be an event of close of the celebration a lovely, now employed by Western Union INSURANCE .
Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight spent 1 December and plan will be announced two-tier birthday cake with three from Charlton County High School If you need fire, automobile, We j jyb.
Thursday In Jack onvlll8'. I at a later date. candles was placed outdoors on a in Starke. Mr. Quick graduatedIn or any other type Insurance, see
lace-covered serving table, from Folkston, Ga., In 1942, and Is me at 129 W. Call Street, op- _
which refreshments were served. At present connected with the Bradford County Telegraph
-- ----------- posite 21.95
The following children were Hercules Powder Co. In Starke. Having engaged .
present to share in the festive In this business since
GREEN'SGROCERY occasion: Rotary Ladies Night 1931 I am well qualified to TO n c F 1

Kathy Struth, Kay Hart, Char- represent your best Interests.No .
lene and Kay Dennis, Jimmy and Members of the Starke Rotary client of mine baa ever lost 49.95
Jane Guy, Markley Ann Johns, Club will be hosts to their Rotary a thin dime by placing their
Carol and Burge Searing, John Anna Thursday night Oct. 30 at Insurance with me. -- .... _
Adams Jimmy Malone Ellen Geiger a supper to be held in the Wom N. D. WAINWRIGHT JR. FLORENCE{
Johnny Mack Douglas and I an's Club building starting at 7:30: Phone 134
7, .I 1 Hallie Seymour. Edwin Lamarr o'clock.B. 6' r.DJ.KB CIRCULATING
Williams Diane Colson, FUckle
Delivery Service-Phone 86 Williams,.Frankie Hutto, MargaretAnn C. WAINWRIGHT, JR. HETER8
Phillips Gene Wiggins Bus
ter tin : Mr. and Mrs. Bill O. WaInwright II CTARKE
par Jimmy and Shi Ann
! .
+y, FANCY WESTERNBone Smith, Michael Denton, and Free- 2035 Northslde Drive, N. W., Atlanta FL-: '
j man Register, III. Ga., announce the birth ofa y I New
T- or Sirloin Steak 65c Those who assisted In servingand son, Bill Caul Jr., on Oct. 11 In
caring for the guests were: Emory University Hospital Sunday Monday TuesdayOct.
Mrs. Irene Hutto and Misses: i anta. Mr. Wainwright is the son 26 27 28 a ShipmentTable
of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Walnwrlght
UNCOLORED FANCY RIB Kate Struth Frances Morgan A

OR BRISKET BEEF Hall.Peggy Ann Wiggins and Sharon of Lawtey. Destry Rides '

i Oleo.lb.39c Mrs. James Preston and son, t
a7", Stew lb. 30c Mr, and Mrs. P. I. McLaurin Jimmy, spent the weekend with Again
and daughter, Paula, were In Way- her husband who Is employed at Marlene Dietrich, I
FRESH GROUNDHamburger cross, Ga., on business Saturday. Fernandina. James Stewart w

March of Time & News

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Robson, Chas. Butter-
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J Fancy nrt'llN8d Greens 12c | SILK FLOUR SamplesHART
9 Fryers Anal Drawn 70c Turnip I 10 Ibs. .. .. .. .. 09c FrL Sat. Oct.:31 Nov. 1

tr Per Pound Stringless Beans 16c |25 Ibs. . 1.35 DOUBLE FEATURESagebrush

Sweetened Orange JUICE e e .. e .. 15c Trail

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PEACHES In Syrup .. e 25c With John Wayne

U Golden Axe MACARONI .. .. 8e. And -
JEWEL SHORTENING. 1 lb. . 35c DeadlineFor FURNITURE Co.


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"4 This treatment keeps your clothe clean longer NOVELTIES AND DECORATIONS

1 repels. water and all liquid stains and ,..A. NOISE MAKERS. > yes, It's later than you

your' clothe. stay pressed longer. Just a small think these last few remaining
it charge for this tr.eatment.I' LANTERNS ,CAPS CANDLES week before
Christmas 4 -
rye CREPE PAPER will pass like maglo ,, y >1
drop In today make
And Other Suitable Items For This Occasion
your while our
ONE DAYSERVICE stock Is new and adequate -

'. we win be glad t

N i \ to lay your selections away

FOR FINE .STATIONERY to cult your convenience ,





Wearing Apparel 20c per pound
'j Flat Work 8c per pound Have A Large Selection of Fancy

h' Minimum Bundle $1.25 Paper Small Size In Note White Papers or Colon.and Correspondence Also- A Lavish Array of GIFTS for HIM

Cards. TI. and Collar Sets With Watch Chains and Bands Cigarette Lighten..

20e per pound ... ,
Minimum Bundle $1.25: .....
This' service should appeal to men only


All flat work finished and wearing BIRTHDAY CARDSIf

apparel returned ready to iron. EXPERT
8c per pound Minimum 75c you are sending a Birthday Card out of WATCH REPAIRING
the state, you will find these card very
CASH & CARRY ONLY for this service.
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ITS of LOCAL NEWS Miss Thelma Usry spent last Charlie Frailer of San Diego, Mrs. R. C. Dowllng. Mr. W. T. Charles Knight of the University : Mr. and Mrs. P. M, Barefootwere ;

week vacationing In Bainbridge, Calif., will arrive early next weekto Dowling and Mrs Mae Jones, all of Florida spent last week In Brooker Tuesday night.

41r 41n' Ga.Mr. spend fourteen days' leave with of Jacksonville, were guests for end In Starke aa guest of his 'While there Mr. Barefoot attended

" some St. Sgt. and Mrs. R. O. Strong, and Mrs. W. I* Edwardsand his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. a.few days last week at the homeof grandparents. Col. and Mrs. D. B. I the Masonic lodge meeting.Mrs. .
ther Is spending Jr. In daughter, Fredrlka of Jack- Frazier. Hla leave will mark the Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton. Knight. M. E. Mixon left Mondayfor
Prather Starke
J C. Saturday and
-rh his son 'Mrs. Pratherg were accompanied back to their sonville were guesta last weekend end of his navy boot training Mrs. L. D. Vining was In Dublin Dan Hicks of Lodl, Texas was I Alachua where she will en- I

KV. while treatment in home In Tampa by Mr. and Mra. of Mrs. W. H. Struth and Miss Mrs Margaret Odiorne of Long- Ga., several daya last week. recently x' guest of Miss Vivian Joy an extended visit with her

ebt medical, Mass.d R. O. Strong Sr. who had been Kate Struth. home, Penn., spent Wednesday of While there ahe attended tlta McRae at the home of her parents son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and

, j in Boston M. Thomson visiting old friends and relatives Mrs. C. G. Priest spent the week. last week with Mr. and Mrs. Guy wedding of Mrs. Carrie Jane Frank Mr. and Mrs Barney McRao. |I Mrs F. Mlxon. 1

I.eb.' Mr*. W here for several days The Strongs end In Gainesville as guest of her Andrews. and Proctor Snow on Saturday. II,
Malloy, ------- ------
I, and Mrs. Henry i en the owned a farm east of Starke but brother, J. W. Mcintyre, Jr. Mr. and Mra. J. L Anderson. Mr. and Mrs a. I* Patten were

" rellwithMrs.. Thom. have lived In Tampa for the past, Friends of Mrs. A. S. Stricklandwill Mrs Dora Burton and Mr. and visiting In Gainesville Tuesday

her Mr. and Mrs. F. F.TheY 25: years. I regret to learn that she Is Mrs. C. E. Burton were In Orlando Last Monday through Friday

0l nts will attend the Miss Eva Garnto a teacher In confined to Shadycrest hospital Tuesday. They returned to Mrs. L. A. Davis attended the .

Friday nightthe the Brentwood School In Jackson. following a recent stroke. Starke by way of Green Cove Florida Division Convention of the I
game II
jcello, Homecoming game yule, was in Starke Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. John H. Deas, Springs and Archer, where Mrs. UDC In Tallahassee. I

in Gainesville ,Satur- and while here visited her Jr., and baby, Sue, of Panama Dora Burton will remain with Dr. and Mra. J. Warren Kauf Sunday & Monday October 26 27

tj t uncle. W. A. Colley. City are spending several days friends for several days. man Mrs W J. Chandler, Mrs. MIRACLE 34th STREET

l White of Williston: Mrs. Lucian Conner returned with Mrs. Deas' parents Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. P. M: Barefoot R..8. Fernandez and Mrs. V. 8. St on

0 of her brother, W.' last Friday from Detroit. Mich., Mrs E. W. Hayes. attended the funeral Sunday" afternoon I John spent Tuesday in Jackson Maureen O'Hara John Payne l

guest afternoon where; she and Rev. and Mra. W. Mra. Clarence Boaaley and children of Mrs. J. J. Morgan in
saturday Brooker.Bill vWe.Mr. & October 28 29
J. I Gentry and E. Hall spent ten days. During of Gainesville were visiting and Mra. Bill Graham spent Tuesday Wednesday -
d I Mrs. Vlda* Jean, were their trip they visited the city of Sunday at the home of Mrs. J. C. Doyle of Green Cove Springs Sunday In Euatla!: as guests of Mr. ABlE'S IRISH ROSE :
zhtcr, was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. .
Okeechobee.ley Windsor, Canada.' Manning.Rev. and Mra. D. A. Monteith. Mr.
Ctors to Doyle Sunday. I 5 Years 32 Months the Air
+ revswere on Broadway Merry on I
o Graham returned while
I Monday,
attended the funeral Mr. and Mrs Guy And D. Haines will return
Miss Louise Crosby of Daytona NOW ON THE SCREEN I I 1 '
Raulerson.. a distant guests Sunday of 'Mr. and Saturday! from Washington, D. C. Beach la speivlng this week with Mrs. Graham will remain there
Mr. Mrs. J. O. Moreland where he has been for several days visit.
f )[r.. Gentry'! In Jackson conducting a her parents Mr. and Mrs. A L. I
90 years old and ville. revival In one of the Baptist
was Crosby, in Brooker. Thursday & Friday October 30 > 31
ng the first. Bottler- ,-of :Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis spent Churches there for the past two Mrs. S. Q. Denmark and Mrs. -Tr-- ---::: __
weeks. Doc Blanchard & Glenn Davis
e. Sunday afternoon at Doctor's Inlet Martin Land spent Monday after.
.ry special at Lady where they were guests of Mr. Miss Madge Brownlee arrived noon visiting in Gainesville.Mr. TheBarber InSPIRIT

sty 8hopP" (for Oet.- and and Mrs. Albert Relnoehl. yesterday from Montreat, N. C., and Mrs. Lavon Andrews Shop

lelPQ Curtis Cold Wavehlne Cadet Billy Miles was guest last and will remain for the weekend recently visited her slater who la That OF WEST POINTSaturday

Permanent *4.50: weekend of his mother, Mrs. E. S. with her parents Mr. and Mrs. 111, In Alachua County Hospital In i

w 1 $:.1.50; Shampoo and Miles. He Is a student at G.M.C., H. L. Brownlee. Gainesville.S. Offers You1IORE

Mllledgevllle, Ga. Mrs. R. A. Weeks wax a guest F. Strickland of Ponta Gorda Nov. 1st DOUBLE FEATURE
last weekend of Mrs. Retta Shadat spent last weekend with relatives In i

her home near Doctor's Inlet. In Starke, where he was called TWILIGHT on the RIO GRANDE ''t

Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark have by the lllneas of his mother, Mra Expertnessof With Gene Autry .
ur Attention Please returned to their home In Miami A. S. Strickland. Service

after spending three weeks recently Rev and Mrs. Lloyd King and Cleanliness And And BACKLASH

Automobile And Truck Owners. with Mr. and Mrs N. D. Mrs. Deane, of. Orlando, were t
Wainwright Jr., and Mr. and Mrs.J. guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Value P5 Next Week FOREVER AMBER iiI :

R. Wainwright. W. A. Scott. BRADFORDBARBER .
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Muhlhofer
W. M. Wainwright of Tallahassee -
J you familiar with the new recently moved from Chicago to spent two days laat week SHOP AT THE RITZ Sat. Sun. Nov. 1 2 'I I

(which goes into effect October Florida where they will reside with relatives In Starke. THE YEARLING

1917. !I. respect to the owner permanently. At present they Mr. and Mra. Felix Uzzell of Jimmy Cannon Owner Serial &
Also Western.
and operation of cars and are residing with Mr and Mm. Moorehaven were guests last weekend !

Iks? The FINANCIAL RE- Harley Strong at their Kingsley I of Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Smith. -------"- ---- u
T Lake home. Mr. Muhlhofer was J. D. Doyle was a business
- - -
LAW enacted at - -- -
p.NSIDILITY formerly an Interpreter at the visitor to Jacksonville Monday.Mr. .
[last session of the state legisIre. : -
Camp Blanding prison camp fora and Mrs. W. H. Nollman
This law is MOST IM- number of years and Is now have returned from their vacationIn
VeNT to all operators of mo- connected with Harley Strong Asheville aad Highlands, N. C., Get Acquainted SPECIAL I NEXT 10 DAYS ONLY:

rehicles and should have your early attention. Webe Jewelers. and have taken over the manage-I ,

glad to show you a copy of the law and if you Mr. and Mrs. Norman Johns ment of their apartments and Nationally Advertised Price $39.95 (Plus Tax)

I to protect your interests with liability insurance, and daughter Patricia Ann of rooms In their development In

I Agency, having been in operation over 50 years, Lake Butler were guests Tuesdayof Starke. REDUCED TO ONLY C\\GX EASY TERMS '
luipped to take care of your needs. Mrs. LInnle Page. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly of I
W. P. Smith spent Sunday and Lawtey visited Mrs. Kclly'n uncle

Monday In Palatka with his daughter and aunt, Mr and Mrs W. A. FL.HH
\\Ve Will Appreciate Your ConsiderationH. Mrs. F.V.. Varnedoe. Colley, Sunday afternoon. TAX It

Mr. and Mrs. It. Morgan of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. L. Frew left AUTOMATIC

Tampa were sweats Sunday of Mr. yesterday for their home in Washington -

C. WALL AGENCY and :Mrs.: Hogan Smith. ,D. C. Mr. Frew was con- BLANKET I t
Mr. and Mrs. W. A Scott were nected with White Surveys and '

visitors to Gainesville last Thurs- they had resided In Starko since

I Please Starke, day. last February. .I :
CONSTANT SERVICEOVER I Anniversary Special at Lady Friends of Rev. and Mrs. W. G

none 146 SO YEARS Fla. Fair Beauty Shoppe (for Oct. and Smedley of Lake Butler will regret i i'I

4 Nov.): Helen Curtly Cold Wave to learn that they were Injured "

$7.50; Machine Permanent $4.50; In an automobile accident Perfect for '
gift anyone
," :Marhlnelcait .VBQJ; Shampoo anti last week returning; from Ho u 4v

Sets 91. F1 Springs Ark., where they had I

CLASSIFIEDSOUR Miss Louis*' Byers was a guest spent the past two months. The Blissful AUTOMATIC SLEEPING 4 \

last weekend of her parents Mr. accident occurred la Arkansas and ,

and Mrs. L. Byera in Leeaburg. Mra. Smedley suffered a broken

CAR w. have a new, FOR SALE Mrs. W. E. Dowling spent last arm and leg. Mr. Smedley received COMFORT s

CO auto. radio! ImmdtatIlatlon. week In Palatka, where she was a only minor Injuries. lie 1 1a Is I
Aa low ae 143.50. ONE: NEW S-BEDROOM residence,
HERD! RADIO SERVICE, Just completed. guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. former pastor of the First Christian .
|I at Madison streets St.rki OIT''IMK VklllTM P1IMT IS OAt Roy Mathews. Church of Starke. G-E AUTOMATIC BLANKET will be warmly appreciated./
; Seml-dlona 14 Kal. White enamel all winter long! h'. downy-light, but warm a. three blankets) l it
II 50 Ral. Other paints at low prices.LUX Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Weeks and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Boyd of
II Kit. lad, tin Bedside Control (set once a season) keep. sleeping temperature tit
las txg. Is
IVOCR FARM CITY AND baby Julie, of Tallahassee were Petersburg and Miss Catharine
12. I8U-I70: windows compl'.t.; "just right" automatically matter how the weather
ES3 PROPERTY Plumbing Fittings; '/ In. Ply Wood; guests last weekend of Mr. and Nollman of Jacksonville will spend
change: during the night. Choice of blue cedar,
rose, ,
Pine Flooring: Rook Shelves.KI.M1II green
weekend McGRIFF
Mrs. Junius Smith. the here with their par. G J A
: LIMRi White Cement, 72xH inchet. Put one on your gift fill now.
Olnaa lilock, Sand. ; Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley recently enta, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman. Launder beautifully. Carefully made to rigid General Flee- it,,
ALSO Concrete Pipe; Concrete left for a two weeks' stay Father O'Dowd recently resum-
STROUr "EI-'< L Blocks, all alien pipe step atone, trie safety standards, and approved by Underwriters' labor 225 Temple Ave.
car house piers, floor; Cement; Rock, In their Hendersonville, N. C. ed his duties of Parish Priest. aSt. lories, lac. ., I
J Gmtrst advertiser of eo..- Mortar Mix' Steel Windows; Paint home. Edward's Catholic Church following Phone 'f
Fla. 72
frr 011 and Block Paint; Concrete Floor ,
properly Has made overIM .
II'' of 1......._......m.Po .- complete; Dump Truck Hauling Mrs. Grace Lavlnghouze/ W. E. a two months' vacation S .tt J
Rsrrra. tram all ever the One Skll-Saw new Cooper and Mrs. Stewart, all of spent In his native Ireland, wherehe t
t Fro niiea liana*. down. 120 mo. In city limits.ORVRH Mobile Ala., arrived recently for visited his parents.
TROUT REALTY AGENCY tL CON'I'll"OriXlBn several days' visit at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh/ Brannen
presented. Locally By .Maurice Edwards Theme> IM Mrs. W. D. Faxon and Mr and of Hampton visited Mrs. D. W.
C. HOLUNGSWORTH ; Mrs. E. J. Flynn. Moore last Saturday. Just Arrived.
116 So. Walnut St.IllfiSSES INSURANCE write a 11 lines: I
fire, automobile, liability, and
life. See me for your Insurance
needs. N. D. Wainwright Jr.. 129 50
of all kind. renoJl. W. Call St., Phone 154. tf 2-Burner Oil Heaters
1; furniture upholstered and I _
mined. Drop ua '. card.TINU8 FOR RENT- Several apartments SPECIAL 32
>' MATTRESS CO., Vox t. 9, 4 rooms, to quiet families, MODERN C'ONHTRIJCTION
Ptlatka. Fla tt no drinkers. Comfortably fm-n- 9 ? p
lab d. Best oil apace heaters. Mrs FRESH t
_'L'I' 8. P. ROWELL,, Spirit. C. C. Wynn, take first dirt road I
sit Medium, and Healer. State at left of first bridge out E. Callst. I i 7 $ lI FF 'F ..." I
1 County lice,.... 1 tell you. One mile out. Largs. house Dressed & DrawnFRYERS may
LUther, Clark plac a ml. N. and lawn 8t 10U4 ; ALSO A LAIWE SELECTION OP
fiarke on Rd. 20I. Look for 95
1. WANTED experienced waitresses, +
130 week.' we will come Betyou.
Wood Stoves & HeatersIN rf
'AL.:.-One (-room hou.e-un. .-Caruso's Grill, 127. E. Main r ;
Fla., Phone
"hed l.; one 4-room house, fur- "Ht Ho., Gainesville
'-1. Immediate poeseoslon.In. 18"-W. tf ALL, SIZES
> fU Center: at. B tar he.tp.
11118 FOR BALIS Poland-China-Four :registered: .ow.-w., spotted K. S ,.. .

J BUSHES: a.year-old fieldIk Cook, West End Grocery 2pt 10-1t 62c '
'""'bloom In. plant.; overscnoiL'e nOl'n'.E

,catalog varieties with roses; write In color.for FOR suite S.\LE-Qn.complete with blonde spring bed room..ndmaltrPH. 1 IMXJH METAL Utility t I I t Cabinetsp I
|"i Hose Nurserlea. P. O. Box
.. v
i Tyler, Texas. 4t 10131 Three-quarter. bed, spring and White Enamel Finish. Modern De.11'
r OR maltr. Tasty Smoked SAUSAGE, lb. 29c
i sled I |l and SALE mostly:-DO ill.f.n as One double bid complete.On .. .. .F .. "
mal aolld cherry dresser. .... .
bull- "
-ottaftea and other weod,
|... Near "' ..rk... Reduced prices white enameled coal or IVrautlfuI,
.h 4,60fl.). Write to owner r.n. tornltlJr. CHUCK Fresh GroundHamburger bin.Solid Cedar Chests t
ot porch
t One Natural I
rke, Tie I 7hn, P. O. Bo'f0al tures., STEAK 4Sc I 35c _

SALE -__ | bedroom house On. oak butt.t. eha.ra.. With Rising Tray Made of Best
*S"S lot at 1004 Prairie Bt., One dlnln.army1ehutmon5 r .

'n water Park, heater.Flav New Electric gas range re.cerator Nix room unturnl.h.d block home or with' furnished threebedrooms Crispy LETTUCE, 2 heads 25c Tennessee Red Cedar

'.::: Venetian .blinds' new with the. ahove furnishings andacres F F F F ., ., ,.. ,
?' JVdroom suit. Total1 price .
.. )
PIO. 11700. down, bal. at $20. Jmonth. to "ood o fwncasantrmLLaake CanxllanRUTABAGAS U 8. No. 1 ALSO ,
Can he seen Batur-
and Sundays. For particulars City.mPla. 1tT.lephone oLakeCity POTATOESSc
r'tNgdn.J5otIs'! ,! HHllSlGr uD. 154 M. 'tp 11-1 I :iiui Kitchen Cabinets

_'P'II "field. Fla. 11 pALE HALK- On. used K.nmo.awa.hln. lb. 10 Ibs. 37c
FOIL ....on.b"'.
-t oi truck, carryall Buying.newer machine model call ls$-w.Mrs. F F I'' Ice Boxes I
'Yp. $100. on tit
.n A. F. Haula.. House No.
I1t"A'l'son W" '.t End Ht." Orocery.Perked Phone across 04 M c Ma h on f11. Faery Pack Baby LIMAS, 2 lb. box 37c LINOLEUM All Sizes and Patterns ''Ir

"' I' flna sot Htarko. tfAI' FOR SALE >.!nln1nd'05IffA"ltFarm -.: Factory F .,. ..."
!" table. ala a
I FOR N. Tho'mpsen'st.BALE-Bo., Btarke O. O.! 1\Ir. S.. O. Godwin, Italforel tilla.a ltp Armour Star POTTED Meat, 2 cans ISc

ltp ) Fine aeconrt-runnjr i Buy Now and Save on BLANKETS I
ft 'VT:- Unfurnished, five FOR
;mr uple only.I (13 N. Wal- Missionary strawberry you pull plants' mfurnlshsd. Italian'* SrH RMng- Uhli" LIly or EelbrekFLOUR ,.., .I.

f : -Furnished apartment.11Dfl.4T g.ford T.Chapman.: FIB. Phone It.1.ISlOW. Bog 94.Ii.7 lien-"P MEAL & GRITS USE YOUR CREDIT E-Z TERMS
r > and 5 Ibs. 49c
reT1r' FOR RFNT-Furnl.h.d onvunnisbed 5 Ibs. 49c
T %22-w. MrsL r. .... Flame.mm Very ap". desirable with every, cloec esine. In.Reduc..4 .. IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT I
ItYDgfAy rateS for 7ear. I... r

'coo! ,!: Automatic Washer Contact H. Nollm.n owners, 201 Mr. W.and Madison.Mn. W. NOW is the. time to get your DOG IN SHAPE
ally n... reed cnlr three
t asset J"a car vas.Ien_M"__rr-n.laew -p.tarkw '" I ..{or .hunting. 'Mfment GAINED DOG I JOHNH. DENMARK FURNITURE CO.

M eH _.__.._ .. ..taRALE.I' bl.k. .'nm .
e room.. a llatll. Two Un- MEAL Just arrived in 5, 10, and 25 lb. Sizes.
....,Ir.ttIDftvl. pest oftl.h'd...If P.ty'desired Reasonable.ISSiBast I II PHONE 1S1 STAIIKE, FLA.BRA.DFORD .
".ra. ..
Reonlat price $ {III
nr" at 1.11 for qlJlck' Ole.- Madnwoeker.C.DESIRE .
JOB as
wood Camera Q irt Shop. lHL Starke.. UP
lip 10.11 Cbandler,0es. I


1'4GIII MX yta

.-. . Barbara Dedan Morgan's were: Mr.funeral and Mrs.Sundayat M. family W. N.occupy Johns Ira's has former returned home.to to aroUnd how here up. which were btg

Pine Level State FarmBy LawteyBy New RiverAND F. Wiggins, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Camp Blanding and his former nice to have pretty, a It
Andrews and daughter, Mary L, job as fireman. He was relievedof from peas 'r, Chlllige or

By Mr II. M. McRa Mrs. n.LiVhJUleld L II. Futch LONG BRIDGE Maxine Andrews, Mrs Mary Ca- this job on August 9 when The E t' Priest.el1 .

51' . By Jessie Lee Lazenby son, Mrs. Rhoda Dowling, Fannie soldiers sent took out over.and Now the boys they are are of herd of cattle 1.0 ChatIe.
Crews and son, Donnie. Mrs. Morgan being Union County 1
Members of the Pine Level Baptist COMMUNITY CLUB MEETINGThe PIANO RECITAL: was Fonnie'a step-grand- going back. The Bill Suth(

Church congregation rejoicedlast Community Club held Its Mrs. Will Edwards presentedher The Dick Carroll of Jacksonville mother. Miss Ida Merritt is now employed moved fruit f,110n r1anda

Sunday morning to have the annual luncheon Tuesday Oct. 14., pupils in a recital Monday were weekend guests of her Mrs. Margaret Kelly left recently as a nurse In Shadycrest StaffordCorrecllon Ct"W" place Count,

pastor, Rev. W. E. Hall, and bIB The beauty of the Club room was' afternoon, Oct. 20, in the Junior parent, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Merrltt. for Tennessee where she will Hospital The ,
dear wife back with us again after enhanced on this occasion with High School auditorium. A varied Mrs. Carroll became ill and was spend the winter with her daughter R. J. Turner Jr. is now taking monds have 'COT E 1.

attending the Fellowship meetingat arrangements of Fall flowers. For program, enjoyed by many par unable to return Monday, but had Sarah (Mrs. A. P. Hallman) forestry In the Columbia Forestry but they are sold their
Temple Baptist Church in De ents and friends, was enjoyed. to wait later. In Chattanooga. School, Lake City. This Is preparatory quince from 'crtalnly g tt1r,

troit. They were accompanied by; Following the formal program, Those from here attending Mrs. Hermle Kelly and family of work for the University of many places. many pen
Mrs. Lucian Conner and report a Lake City last week. Mr. TaylorIs an impromptu period of popular I Lawtey were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Florida, where he plans) to, enter
In the forestry school there and
and "boogie" was presented
wonderful time. Thirtythreestates songs Wendell another
wrIght Gayle Moore, Roy Tomlinson before his mother year.
wish them much in
while refreshments
were beingserved.
were represented. their home. Kelly, Joan Sullivan, Mary Ann left for Tennessee. Wayne Hazen of Jacksonvillewas
There were 203 In tha Sunday Wells Davis Kelly, Barbara Bittle, New River's neighborhood "foot- visiting his grandparents, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRae
Pine Level Taking part on the programwere Julia afternoon and Mrs .0. W. Andrews, recently. V T
School classes at son, Harley, of Lake Butler were : Terry Futch, Connie Harley, David Browning, Mary ball team" met Sunday S Sr
Church last Sunday morning, and ,visiting Owen's1 Mr. and Fetch Ada Edwards, and Barbara around Ira Merritt's for a "tlnalshowdown" Russell Green and Eustace Kelly
Charlotte Tanner, Freddie Moore,
church in numbers; around are picking peas. this week.
eight additions to the mom Mrs. H. M. McRae Moore piano on who's who aThe
Tuesday. Delyne Crews, Sarah Lou sullI-
fcership at the evening service, Owen Is attending the Universityof David Kelly, Wendell Kelly, and 'here. Well, we all know now I People are plantinggardens c
van, Billy atahlar! Patsy Wala-
seven for baptism. Florida. I Alvin Lewis In accordion; Grace Bobby Crews fell on Jon Lazenby'sfoot. V

Four hundred attended Crews in vocal solo. Result- a week's loss of
We are sorry to report the illness people the luncheon, guests were seatedIn
school $10 doctor bill and x-ray,
church at Pine Level last Sunday
Evelyn the dining room, at tables that fever and
night. Come and hear our preach plus misery
wish her a speedy recovery. were covered with white linen The Lawtey Baptist Church was Dick Carroll said she'd
er. He is a great man of Cod. Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Alvarez of: centered with low bowls of coral host to the New River Association -
this word to
Please come and see and hear the like to pass on peapie life of
Orlando were dinner guests of )'Ir. vine and ageratum. In the main Wednesday and Thursday of who "have to cook canned Whir
and Mrs. Robert Myrick Sunday Gspel. Sunday School every Club Room, flowers in various last week. A large number of beans" sometimes. She Hallowe'enREFRESHMENTS
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. string Parts
and visitors from other
Mr. and Mrs Robert Taylor: shades of yellow were predominant. delegates and
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. A picnic said, "I know I do sometimes litCilAlll
churches were present.
Of interest at this
moved from our Community tIn special other too.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rumsey, imagine that people do
lunch served the ladles
was by
meeting the installation of
Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRae and If they "like" them as well as we ., FOR T.tn.EDECOR.1T10Y:
of the
the officers for the 1947-48 Club church each day.
Miss Gwendolyn McRae visited do. they need .some encourage-
P Silver Springs last Saturday. year Following committee reports H. C. Crews was visiting: at the ment l In preparation." She says AT ITS BEST

POLIC'f, and a round-table discussion home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bo- she finds that wilting onions, finely '
of plans for the Hal oi'o".r:
community before The Life Clothes
hannon in Green Cove Thursday chopped In bacon grease,
lowe'en party to be sponsored by night of last week. pouring the beans in will do Depends On The CARE DKSsERTSG:

DEALERS FOR the Club Mrs. P. D. Fancher, outgoing Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Cox and Mrs*. an awful lot toward adding flavor. They Receive. All Gar G,\

President, presented the C. Dinkins of Jacksonville were Sometimes, too, she adds tomatoes' ments Carefully HAND
gavel to Mrs. J. A. Bouvier
aI newly weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. The Lazenbys are moving to Finished
= elected President. To each of
BENDIXautomatic Paul Dinkins. New River to the Carl Wynn Place Your Ad\an
these Mrs. J. Q. Godwin
gave a Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bohannonand place, temporarily, while their E Order
shoulder of dahlias a At
corsage as I
daughter, Mildred, of Green house undergoes a renovation.
token of the Club's .
appreciation.From Cove spent Sunday with Mr. and Frank Merritt still has his'new
Home Laundry the review of the past work Mrs. C. R. Crews. Sunday after- house "towering skyward" rather Lappe Bake
of the Club and the plans for its noon H. C. Crews and Mildred slowly but surely.

le, future efforts, alt outlined by the Bohannon were seen in Starke and Fernie Moody can't,make up his 812 W.

Hot Pint AppliancesG. Incoming officers and the chairmen -' at the State Farm. I IMI' mind (but the coons can!) for GLEANER Phone CALL 18 SI.
of the
standing committees,, and Mrs. L. H. Futch attended when he goes coon hunting all he
the organization was shown to be For Free I>| .
E. Vacuum Cleaners the funeral of Mrs. J. J. gets is two big ole rattlesnakes', lverj
a most worth-while project that Morgan at Dedan last Sunday.Mrs. (Yep, we can hear people saying 110 Washington St., Starke
Gibson Appliances plays an outstanding part in responding A. M. Lewis of Starke at. right now-"I knew itl I She just

to charitable and com- tended the recital last Monday had to write about a rattle-
I munity needs. afternoon in the school auditorium. snake.> ")

+ r case of RADIOS Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mack of The Lawtey PTA is sponsoringa Mrs. R. J. Turner tells us that
t Winter Garden and Mrs. L. E. Hallowe'en Carnival on the she has had two recent letters R. B. Alvarez & So

Accident. Your O. E. Mack of Daytona Beach spent the school campus next' Thursday I from her daughter, Bonnie (Mrs.

ft! past week-end with Mr. ,and Mrs. night. All are welcome. 'Arthur Wilbur) who lives In Cor-
ZENITIiSENTINEL J. G. Caldwell. Mrs. Mae Wells is attending the } tez, Colo. Bonnie states that they

Lest friend is an Rev. S. W. Creasey of Starke Postmasters' Convention in Phil are finishing up a new home Transfer & Storage Co

was the luncheon guest of Mr. adelphia this week. which! they are going to sell upon
Accident MOTOROLA and Mrs. Bryan Whltfield Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Futch movedto completion. When they sell there,

Policy Reese Bradley of Jacksonvillewas Jacksonville this week, where they plan to move East-probably Moving and Phone 9105u

Charley; E. Johns STKOMBERQ the guest of his parents, Mr. Mr. Futch has obtained employ- Southeast-Jacksonville, maybe.

and Mrs. J. M. Bradley Saturday. ment. Mrs. Emory Johns went back to We Operate Local and Long DO i
Agency Mr. and Mrs. Manning Ander- The J. R. King family moved to work this week after taking a twoweeks' :
Winkler Live Oak last Saturday, where rest the tance Anywhere In The State off
rhoue IS 8TAKKE. FLA. son visited relatives In Baldwin for prescribed by
several Mr. King is employed in the saw doctor. Florida.
days during the past week.
Electric Service Mrs.' Claude Johns and son,Ken mill business.J. Ira Merritt has finished his new
E. Wall Jr. Is confined to Also In Starke Limit]
neth of Starke and Mrs H. M. house which adjoins his filling Hauling Anywhere City /
224 Temple Ave.WrsitrJbe Rlcharde visited Mr. and Mrs.. Al his home this week because of station. Meadows Anderson and

lUprwntlng THa TKAVCLKRB.Hartford Klrchmann and Claude Johns, Jr. illness. We wish him a speedy .

In Belle Glade from Friday until recovery. _
..- t -' "'.: .; :; ..... Sunday i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells of I;; J.- .. ---' '"":-_ -;::';- Io -_ r ii:')
Orlando night
spent -
Misses Elizabeth Cox:: 'and Lila '", ....... .. =-
,. with Mrs. Effie :: --,.... ...
...( Rae Caldwell were those at- Miner. -- -.... ...-: 7
Dwit. 'Marsh.. among Mrs. Davis of Jacksonville is ........ .-- -- -_.
( tending the Starke-Galnesville -: :. ,'sa. :_ ----- .
the guest of her sister' Mrs.
_. '
football gam. In Gainesville Friday week.. -! ::- -
Stahlar this
night. -
Truby Roberts and C. M. Murln- ,.. '"" --
; ; .. --
Mr. and Mrs. L F. Chapman .. """, :
.oo- -
Gainesville business -
hers of were -
""t "Take Pen in Hand'- returned home Friday from Ten visitors to Lawtey last Tuesday.
. r nessee where 11ibii ctlons
, they enjoyed a stayof End ; mous ,
several weeks at their home _
Protect Your UpholsteryWith ;;;; _...- .
near Wartrace. '. '' 57' ..---. ,... '" ,..
--- .
i 4' This column has been Miss Pauline Brannen of Jacksonville Good Durable I t;
running that make for tolerance and betU "" -..
for so long that Its readers, in ancl..tandlatr-wh.ther It's Ideas spent the past weekend "" ,
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. SEAT COVERS .
towns like oars all over the nunon planting alfalfa or choosing b, W. Brannen. ,
'try, are beginning fa take pen Inlund" tween beer and eider. JIll
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.J. -
+ and write us what they think.t The more folks air their differences A. Bouvier were Leon Noblesof TAILORED TO

Some of them take Me over the right out in public, with a Miami and his son, William FIT YOUR

"coals for what I say-like the column neighborly respect for the other Nobles, who Is a student at the 9
I ran on planting alfalfa. person's liberties and point of University of Florida ; INDIVIDUALAUTOMOBILE l

c Others write,"I liked your column view, the closer we are to the Mrs. J. S. Rosier of Lawtey

yesterday, tut...." All of them American: principle of individual spent Sunday with her son and

+t have different points of view freedom-whether It's In a choice daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. In Colors To Suit

i From where I sit,that's the way it of crops or beverages. /' Rosier Your Taste
En route from Winchester
+ Ky.
should be. Everybody's entitled tot
to their new home In Orlando,' Mr.
aa opinion-and It's those very differences STARKESEAT -
and Mrs. Gerald Cox and daughters -
and friendly criticism,
Geraldine, Mary B, and COVER CO.
"Cookie", were guests of Mr. and
l Mrs. R. H. Cox and of Mr. and Court & Madison Sta.,,
Copyri Ar,1917,United 5mi-Brewers FouniattonBe
Mrs. J. M.
Bradley for several
..... ,. .. .. .
-- -.- 1 _,_._ I days this week. Mr. and Mrs. J.

Leslie Bradley and son, John, were
also making this trip and were
with Mr. and Mrs J. M. Bradley STRONG COMICS

during their stay here. Mr. Brad-

ley, Jr. is associated with Gerald Different Each Week SxA>NC w..rot itai4o'ronir suwn
Cox in the dairy business' HEAD
Little Miss Mary Carol Turney WATCH The Happenings G D.rb A S w Ik 1

\, of Jacksonville came Friday of a y.le{ Gds Mp41a i1 +
last week to visit her grandparents .. la 1. .uat.Kilel. aNIt.PF.I

Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Turney.Mr. diK..r held laY: s..
and Mrs. J. O. Randall Jr. and '
and family of Jacksonville were

I guests of Mr. and :Mrs. J. O.
ye Randall Sunday.

I Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd
1 I had as their visitors Sunday Mr. Enjoy the Southeast's Famous
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t r Baptist Church At The Tabernacle Methodist ChurchAn Lake City were! visiting' Mr and week In Jacksonville with rela- 1 Idftnctt .In unknown
News Mrs. Edd Polk last Thursday afternoon tives. November You .rc >required rrt, 1941, to In appear the above on
urch I Rev. Lewis D. Haines, who has Rev. and Mrs. James W. Bell of I open forum discussion on r Rev. G. E. McCauley of Palatka named Court. unit CHUM, wherein
been In Washington, n. C., for the Colqultt, Oa., missionaries to the the subject of "The Church-It's Mrs G. A. Gay and son were In was visiting friends and relativeshere County plaintiff Teloitraph seeks divorce nhnll piiMlnh llr rtfor thisOrder Church past two weeks, Pygmies in. Equatorial Africa Purpose And It's Future" will be Starke Monday afternoon Monday.Mr. In next four weekly !iris.. ..
conducting a revival -
were guests of the Tabernacle conducted at the evening service Gerald Dukes of Dukes was and Mrs. Tyler Jones and Wltnemi. mv: hand and official.al!
in the at St' rk' Florida, till ht day of i
rvarr' Kaufman pastor city-wide Evangelistic Friday! night. An attentive group In the First Methodist Church visiting Shirley and Linda Gale daughters, Sandra and Virginia OPtnlHT, 18 T.OFFICIAL t
Church, Crusade for Christ -- "Christ Green In Callahan ( SRAt.) A" J Thomas.
ret ,esbyterlan was present to see the slide pictures next Sunday. The forum will be Saturday afternoon spent Sunday with All Clerk of nalil Court.
aeries of sermons onId Is the Answer" will return to and hear the interesting experiences conducted by E. L. Matthews,' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Andrews of relatives. Hv Lucille| C. Conner, D. C.
a John J. 'U..nd.r.on, Esq., Ut. Au.u.
of Christendom next the pulpit of the First Baptist of Mr. and Mrs. Bell among chairman of the Board of Stew Lake Hutler attended the funeral tin.' e9ortdn, -
I' ornlnat\ 11 o'clock. The Church this Sunday for regular these little people ards and all members of the at Deaden Cemetery of Mrs. J. J. m fnt'NI'Y.riHcuiT/ KI.OUID4I Collar BHAI 1:*' C'MAN->KOIIO .I Attys.: for Fit. 1013t 101" I II
will be '"I Believe In services These Missionaries have labored church are invited to come and Morgan Sunday afternoon and ('UHVAlloa
of t
IC the Lord's Day. Perry Qardnor, Plaintiff,
following Sun- the take In this Informal were also guests of Mr and Mrs. 1:1100 .
d on the among Pygmies over a period part dlscusBlon. v.. Jamea Furnian Ua.fend-
I topic will be "I Believe Topic of the Sunday morning of 30 years and much progress ': The new plan of having a E. J Lewis. ant. Cass No. 81)01) l
sermon at 11 o'clock will be "The haa been made during that time, varied type of ,service at the even- Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby ORDER:NOTltH OK PUNl.irATIOM TO "I.'DII AND EXPERTSERVICE
'School at 9:45.: This Church and It's Responsibility", as was evidenced through the pictures Ing hour has met with great approval were visiting his mother, near T .. T IQ OP RI.OHIIIA t..
j Khool. but it is pre- Sunday School observes State Mission shown. Mr. and Mrs. Bell by the congregation and Starke Sunday afternoon. James Furmitn Qardner whose r .-
f teach all age groups In- Sunday with a special program expect to return to Africa at a attendance at night has increased Malcolm and Ivamae Lewis and
at 9:45: : and studies "Reli- Jean and Edward Endicott Relief At Last ,
I la under the later date to resume their work. substantially in recent weeks. were
Evelyn Stump, .a well gion in Practice". Sunday even- The Saturday night Youth! The pastor will preach at the, visiting Mrs. R. K. Dukes at I I
ing at 7:30: o'clock the pastor will Meeting In morning hour. Dukes Wednesday afternoon.
I teacher I was charge of R. J.
L Prayer Meeting will be I use the startling and popular song Gomes who presented an Interest- Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Morganand For Your Cough t irr,
title, "Feuding, Fighting: .
Id, Wednesday evening and FUllMng" Ing program; calling on the different family of Tampa spent the
litil 9 o'clock. Next Wed- for his message. This is ones to take part. The weekend in Brooker and attendedthe Creomulalon relieves promptly be*
&meeting will be held ate the Happy Hour of song and Sunday services morning and BrookerBy funeral of Mr. Morgan's cause It goes right to the seat of the
of :Mr. and Mrs. O. E.fry. evangelism. .evening, were also conducted by mother, Mrs. J. J. :Morgan at trouble to help loosen and expel IChas. t
You are cordially in- Training Unions meet at 6:19: Mr. Gomes. Wilbur A Scott presented Mrs. T. ,V. Markey Deaden Sunday afternoon germ to soothe laden and phlegm heal raw and, tender aid nature, inflamed -
Sunday to discuss "The Soul-Win- the Tuesday evening Bible e e e e s e Mr and Mrs. Earl Gellmann and I bronchial mucous membranes c.
ning Task of State Missions". study in a manner that was of 4-H CLUB ACTIVITIES! son Tommle of Jacksonville were Tell your druggist to sell you
'an Church Mid-week service Wednesday at Interest and benefit to all. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. a bottle of CreomuMon with the understanding
The Junior High 4-H Club met you must like the way It ShepherdAt
7:30 with a period of testimonyand for a short period of Instructionon T. W. Markey. have the cough or you are
L.J. M. Dlxon: Pastor worship for all. Bible School HourThe Friday. Oct. 17, and demonstrations Mr. and Mrs. Francis Russ and to your money back.GREOMULSION. Gay's Service
ly School- -10 a. m. A cordial invitation is extendedto on clothing 1 activitieswere baby of Lake City were weekend
fg Worship-11 ". m. all to worship at all services younger group and the first given by the home demonstration guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vance for Cou8hiCh itCods! ,Bronchitis/ Station'I
g service-7:30: p. m and to "visit the church with the and second grade pupils meet at agent. :
r Meeting; Wednesday visiting pastor". 2:30: o'clock every Tuesday after- The Elementary School girls organized P.uss.Mr.. and Mrs. Truby Hodge and
m. noon for the Bible Story Hour in a 4-H Club on Oct. 17 Mrs Henry Hodgo were In Starkeone ''l
[the Methodist recreation building. and the following officers were day last week. I EARN While You LEARN to FLY
Sponsors of the hour will appreciate elected: President Ann Crosby; Lee Galney is spending this
parents cooperating In send Vice President! Kay Hazen; Secretary -

age ing group their ,children if possible.to the The proper older r Jackie,GreenMISCELLANEOUS. On The G. I. BILL of RIGHTS t

HQ7 WATER FOR EVERY USEr groups meet at 3:30: o'clock. It is SHOWER COLDSUQUID t'I
hoped that the children will come Mrs. DeWitt Padgett, a recent
directly from school. More than bride,.was honored last Friday MEDICINE IS BETTER I

130: children were present in the afternoon with a shower at the C.I./Mwi.... .Irpat.dlbr.'ddd 1.5.411.If.CoW Cdr.Poe MIuMs.IIS.H__irI IM U.L
O We for the following
two periods this week, and eight Community Center. are now Approved '
r p e. adults attended. The table was centered with a 666 COLD PB AI.'l"ONc courses: "t
p large bowl of marigolds and, fern. e.-I"Y"M Basic Ground Primary and Ad- ,

St. Mark's Episcopal Carries were played, and prizes vanced Flying Also Private, Com- --.....: '
1 "
.e were won by Mlna Vlrgte Padgett REAL ESTATEList merclal and Flight i Instructor __ _
Rev S. W. Cream> Pastor and Mrs. Lillie Crosby. No. 5650. "" ,, '' .
y your property for sale I. Courses. Approval ::":::, ': ';::
Sunday: Church School 10 a. m.; Refreshments were served by with me. I have sold many
and Sermon 11a. the hostesses, Mrs. Pitt Baxter
Morning Prayer piece of property and have
Class Room Instruction Tues. & Thurs.
m. and Miss Lottie Edwards. many prospective buyers. A
Friday: Bible Class 7:30 p. m. Guests of Mr and Mrs. E. T. square deal I* Jrlml'an tt'f'Cl. A Nights 7:30 P. M.

fair ronunlHNlon I* all that I re-
Sunday were Mr and
T Mrs. Hugh Ingram and baby and (quire. An a member! of the CONWAY-LIBBY U-FLY-1T SERVICE -
Board be
Mra. Carrie Ingram, all of Starke Realty you may
assured that I will PHONE 147 Oil 32
: << representyou
Mr and Mrs Ovid Lewis of Tallahassee -
water-and plenty of it the whiter the wash.
to the bent of .
-is daily convenience economicalneedn't Mr. and Mrs. Grady Baxter my ability. AIRPARK
a you Dependable, CONWAY
N. I>. JR.
9 of Baldwin, and Mrs. Annie Lewis. W.1INWRI01IT. I
do without.With
a"Pyrofax" "Pyrofax"gas-operated: e'
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas of RealtorI- Phone 104
gas-operated water heaters are made in 4 .
water heater, you are assizes suitable for every 1.
lured of a constant supply family large or small. y ,
of hot water for baths, Come in, phone, or write
diahea, and laundry. Autofor full details-no obliga
matic washing machines, Lion, of course. 1 BIG I

particularly,requires :
plentiful supply Tltl5 CO/ WANTED TO CO
of really hot waterto SOMET1tINO II()........

do a spsrklJBif : We iwanttodoa I III
clean waah7 / r--' ,

your car....... '

entral Florida Gas & Appliance Co. The Auto Fountain ;'f'f'I'ft t

Phone 3391 Trenton, Fla.T. Madison &: Walnut St. '

I AT YOUR General Mills TO ION

Only. in Chevrolet trucks,1 j p *; '4lh4.lIP FARM EQUIPMENT'SUPPLIESAND ', :'C J I f

will you find all these !


to I j. JJ
E IEJ1l ALLe100lRefATB CANU'" 0111 b. .nd NEWWINO WINDOWS. CAIII".n'' -"- 9Wkky.s.In.4 ne OCT. 20 TO NOV. JST
ITRUCTION. IN a 1vsVe 1IeIfht'r' i

l / f

rh.udM.d r"o"w....tlleeI \ "'. ._ \ LISTED BELOW ARE A FEW OF OUR SAVINGS VALUES

DE810MI (

.l Bottle Washer;; Single Brush ______9 55.00 $ 44.90 Steri-Chlor 2 lb. ________________| .75 $ .59
1 Gallon Churn _________________ '' 3.45 2.49 HTII-15 6-3 Ibs. _..______________ 7.50 7.SO

1.3 liP; Compressor _____________ 233.00 116.50 Black Leaf 40 lIb, _________-.___,1 2.42 1.98

2 HP. Cushman Gas Engine _______ 150.00 11',00 Lo-Bax Special __________________ 10.00 10.00

O &: B. Receiving Vat 37 Gala ______ 407.00 349.00 ';
XI Heil Oil Burner ______________ 150.00 129.00
Keewanee S.M. Boiler 936.00 777.00
------------ :
E5laFertlJity Tester ___________ J5.00 15.00
Parchment for 1-4 lb. Butter .70 .35 '
------ Broiler Plant 200 Cap. ____________ 80.00 69.59
I I Parchment for Can Lids 11x11 2.40 2.21
I ------ Glass Water Fount -__________... .12 .09

I f I .... 12 ChtvraUt Iruik. Rubber Work Shoes ___ 4.25 3.98
N"s wry psew BRAKES -' -------- Carbolineum 1-2 Gallon __________ .95 .82
Ws ..m0 A B IMF Indus MORE FOOT ,
mat TA"1 Pee a
:m.qlW teftnMCfeoraM-l.9Wn. tor F'BREATNfd: ;': c1I.'i WHEELBASES: : LONGER glv, RO MORE/ e leak.SEArINO.. _a shes d qn.dk....far ro DAIRY SUPPLIES Egg Buckets 15 Dozen --_________ 1.15 .88
w"lh.O I. SPACE I
Emma VALVE-IN' colrf .p.e.rlosdduulsulianI.
A 0 TRUCK dawn a., sod wad ,
&& _
INEI: sir Ie_ otlHere Chocolate Syrup-Sweet 1 Gal. ____ 1.65 1.49 MISCELLANEOUS

they are-th. r modem trucIc.-the f M with ADVANCE Tri-Sodium (TSP) 100 lb. ___.__J:__ 4.95 4.31 Fly Electrocutor ____---_________ 21.50 11.90
mil.. beyond .
DESIGN I Truck; users a9 es they're "br.a"'es"- Wash Sink 24" Galv. ____________ 20.00 16.90 Metal Sponges Bronze Lots of Six __ .40 .23:
value! B. sure to tee the cab that
for outright air and "exhales" used air,' And try Hand Bottle Brush, lots of six ___ .90 .63 Filter Discs Johnson Lots of Six ___ .70 .68
that 'nhales"' fresh
J- counting oR the remarkable new features and innovations Stiff Hand Scouring Brush _______ ,95 .18 100 Egg Incubators ______________ 14.60 11.10
s.. th.m at our showrooml
III these n. es t l.wkI.s.e; .....,., 1.4.
'p1155 I0 use

with th.
Ad.en.- CHEVROLET TRUCKS that "Ir.athCab'. _

O..lyn .ANS'OI1A"ON UHLlM,"

'OR General MillsFARM

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FLA. )


EIGHT -= ,
.- .--' As Clerk of said Court.
JR'k"'j t
'COURTHOUUSK CLOSE Court Soon C. Conner D. C. ,'
: TO Circuit TJr.Lu"lIle All) r, vn4Y
Attending the Florida Public King. Plans AnnouncedFor Hem, I 46 GuarantyLife I' _
Health convention at Tampa Wednesday Mrs Loin Mayea of Tltusvllle Annual MeetingOf County officials announced yesterday The Fall Term of Circuit Court Atty. for Bldir Pit. 110-24 4t Fla.11-14 IOY '(III(1 r, f
through Saturday this and her daughter-in-law Mrs. that all offices In the court-. will convene here Monday, November l l;iti.i". I'i.OftiJ'ntJnet
Starke C of CA. house will be'closed Saturday afternoon 2. iv rniriiT ("OI'IIT, HIS \I>POIII> H 1\
week are Dr. and Mrs. A Y. Cov- James Mayes of Palatka were so that all personnel might fOI'VrY, FLOUIUAI l\ (,'II,'%. l'unl'HO, 1\ 'Y ullff 01..
Ington, field nurses Mrs. lOUHtls: J. Thomas,. president of the CEUY.Charles )\\Iu. 60'.
Mr. and Mrs attend the Homecoming game and iruin IT fonir.roi I'fFOHJJ 10'
McKnlght and Mrs. James Pres-(guests Saturday Starke Chamber of Commerce, of vrv. FL/IIII%i IN;; (,'11 4N.;; Edward Win sen, Plaintiff, or1l1l,is:, ,"
activities at the University vii. Harah CaHHldav Win to. Defen AN) .. .rl ( PrUt
ton, and clinic nurse, Mrs. Walter'Fred Selley. this week appointed a nominating IKIIV.Mary dant. CllBB No. 0041. BTATl, I'
Florida. Plaintiff vs. J. H.UUBH. IUilIA) :
- ._----------, ... committee which will report at Jr.K. RUM I>.. .. OBU.AND ORDER NOTICE OP PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR Pearson vConnects K
----- - PtiRLICATION 1.\
'rh\ er erYou
the annual meeting and eleCtionof Mrs. Robert E. Tanner and son OHDBK OH- STATE OF FLORIDA to Sarah !. :1 o '
Wliiiro whose residence In
CaHHlduy ;
officers to be held In the court- 1. n. dr ,
3 Piece Dob of Baldwin spent the week- STATE OF FLORIDA tot MM South Conception Street, Mobile JI erne a ,
whose residence 1st North named hl. fr
house Thursday night, Nov. 6, at nun Jr. 31, Alabama. I IM
o'clock.Named end with Mrs. Tanner's mother,, I Main Street, Wmhlntftun, North You are required to .appear on plaintiff ''Rr'dlvore, (fv.ht.
7:30 ,
WalnutBedr'iH. F Carolina. November 24, 1947, In the above County r I
j t r on the nominating committee -I Mrs. Robert S. Powell. A family You are required to appear on named. Court and cause, wherein thin Ordinauen. 1rgrfIh. ,1. 'balll
In the above u tour<
November 14 1047. plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford s
were: Jos. E. Wilson, A. birthday anniversary dinner was named Court and cause, wherein County Telegraph shall publlnh this Wit nOHI tnl, end
B. Baker, E. L. Matthews, Guy given Sunday In honor of Mrs plaintiff seeks lv name.f rentor- Order In next four weekly tinmen. 1)4T.tark. F"nrldn< enl And .!II. tJtt
atlon of maiden Witness my hand and official Heal I thl. Dtt
Andrews, and S. O. Denmark. The Powell, who was 88 years of age. County Telegraph shall publish thin at Htarke, Florida, this October SI, (OFFICIAL REAL ttIt
committee will propose 18 candidates Mr.\ and Mrs. R. J. Davis and Order In next four weekly Issues 1947. A. 'Jerk >1 avid ..x
Witness my hand and official val (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomanAn Ay Lu..llI\ "nr!
SUIT for the Board {of Directorsand Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Smith, Jr. at starke, Florida, this October 22, Clerk of said Court. J. C. nllrr.", :+Y91 b r
rbtl IIt
from this group a board of drove to Jacksonville Beach Sun 1947. Bv Lucille C. Conner. D. C. AhI r. Ja..I,., .,'ill tae t !
9 will be elected, three for one day. (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas Martin J. Pearl. 218 Graham Bldg., Atty. for I'll I'I"rl4a lost/I,t tlt

year terms, three for two years =- -
79.501 y
-- and three for three years. Within -- --'= .tIE
ten days after their electionthe W. C.T.U. *"olIr customers' tell u* that they "
Dresser a directors will meet and elect never knew that shopping for
Chest the new president and other officers No nation ran long survive,, groceries and meats could be made NBITE HGIS E

from among their number. that miners In Its bosom and as convenient and pleasant ax It M I .
Preceding the election, an Informal sustains. In Its social life, an lit. In the spacious and attractive L.K E
smoker will be held with agency such as beverage alcohol .surroundings of our new superstore 3 tall '1 j
the Chamber furnishing free that constantly undermines In Starke at 300 East Call cans oJ,)
smokes and Cokes to all who at and weakens the character of 1 St. If you haven't yet availed ,1
SPRING AIR tend. Its youth"Dr. ;yourself of this new thiiUl of buyIng -
.a Those who have been nominatedfor M. H. Blokman In The under Ideal circumstances, why
x InnerspringMATTRESSES the Board of Directors are as National Prohibition not join the growing throng of ANN PAGE
follows (three to be elected from e t I / A & P satlsned customers and MACARONI iT T
each group): visit our store for these wonderful ,

To Serve One Year weekend specials TODAY!I" 17c lb.
Alex Bobbins. H. A. Lawson, II I ill

49.50 U Guy Patten Andrews,Serve E.,L.S.Two Matthews.To G. Denmark Years. G. 2 Ibs. 8 O'clock Coffee f lie ,d I

J. P. Roberts G. S. Newcomb, ANN PAGE SKIS ,,
J. W. Pooser, H. K. Tyus, A. B. Ida FALL IS NOW HERE HOT TEA Is One of d
Baker Jos. E. Wilson. FR a The Nation's Foremost Beverages MACARONI17c
79.50111/111//111C.H.ORI66ERS /
( III SOFA BEDS I To Serve Three Years R SO Ib.
Harry Lappe, Steve Slcjnons, A. 'Our Own'Tea Balls 37c i
J. Thomas, Roy Ward, F. P. Stump, FOLKS COUNT
L. A. Canova.
cause a man to ,
I spoon; marriage to fork o\'er. IIY
COMPANY e e e lona C-0-C-O-A.lb. 27c ANNP.\GR.UO: II.t

Miss Connie Knight of Keystone Neighbor: Have your bee ; .. ; .. : .
1. STARKE FLA. Heights was an overnight guestof clone well thin. year Brown? '" ... MACARONIWhite | i.ti
Miss Sara Barefoot Sunday. House Red Cheek
'" Brown: Well, they haven'telven and

i J' stung much my mother-in-law e honey* e, but they've twice. Apple Juice, 2 pt. 15c | Fresh 8 0 z. 9c

So many things are scarce Fruits & VegetablesWaldorf
I '"
these It will probably go
CHRIS-CRAFTS for 1948. day
: down In history an. the shout-: Tissue 650 7c

age C e e SHEETS Bananas, lb. r 12Plain a
'" '" "'
Observing that a repair man
YOU are invited to take a ride I in a brand new designed who had fixed a tire for him or Self Rising Ilk

I .. 1948 Model, 19-foot CHRIS-CRAFT RACING RUN was garagea rolling It motorist the length shouted of the: lona flour 50 Ibs. 3.75 Red Delicious Apples 33c

ABOUT which has plenty of "ZIP", on the following "Hey, pick that thing up! What .. .. r
. d'ya want to do-wear It out?"
s Blue Streak tun.25c
'I' dates: October 26 and November 2, from 2:00 to 5:00 e e
Of course, It didn't happen RICE 3lbs. 45c Johnathan Apples .
\ Also 'to the other 1948 Models display We '!" .-
: ,, 0 p. m. see new on at Temple St Lake. give ,
< .,,.. It ..
\ car and every part elt r "
; .r.i' > ...... ')..' at our anchorage, No. 2437 Lake Shore Boulevard. the your same care'and attention as .. Green-\ Beans; lb. 21
'9 ."..Js'rl test of Sunnyfleld _
If It were our own.
f 1 :; : ., Alfred E. Knight, Pres. our seitvlce will convince you. Cake Flour 2 3-4 Ibs. 35c
'w ; Grapefruit, each Sc

It.' .d' 475 Riverside Ave. Washing Polishing ONE 10 Ih
.\; Greasing Pancake Flour POUND13
Jacksonville Florida Temple & Lake .. FOUR Loose Wht. Potatoes 4&
i., : .. .. .

\r;:, I" i Phone 179 MAPLE. FLAVORED. Synip] Pt.t 27C | Rutabagas, 2 Ib,. llc

1 ,
PAGE Sweet Ibs. 2&
1 Qt. & 1 Oz. Potatoes,

English Peas, Ib. -
1 ti tif

I I SULTANA .2 Ibs. Lemons, doz. 33e I

CRACKER GRILL I Peanut t Butter! -' 63c

.. "r Field Peas, lb. N>c


k' Spanish Onions, lb. lOc

SATURDAY {OCTOBER) 25 / 1"9'47 I Grape--.- Jam --- 45c-- |


t 'Ilo.n Fresh Pork Liver, lb.
I lb. 69c --
t' If You Like a If Not String! or

< : Rib or Brisket 65c
Butt-end Hams lb.
BEEF, lb! '. .. 31c. ,

Our Food iVI: TELL Tender, Shanldens Leg of Lamb, lb. 69c

Picnic,HAMS, lb. 52c 65c
; Rib
Tell Others : :;: Center Cut i lb. -

Beef Tongue lb. -
I > Chuck ROAST; lb. 43cWhite ,

4Lb Smo. Boston Butts, lb. 6te
Bacon, Ib. 49c -'

Smoked Sausage lb. 35c
Fresh Mullet lb. ,
Fresh Dressed and Drawn

r a Fish Fillets, lb. 35c Fryers, lb. 67c


F TALCO Scratch 1.53
r *-\ Fs Feed

'For Club Meetings, Parties, Etc. From u10r UP NOW 251b" Itt

S10tK TALCO Laying Mash 1.43 5'IM
(Open From 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. "j 10 3-4 Oz. Can __ lie
5:30 till fcOO TALCO Growing Mash, 25 Ibs.
till : 3. m. : P. HI lona Tomatoes
il CL, W 5 p. m. 7,30p.m. 4.8A&P

1'' No. :CAN TALCO 20 Pet. Dairy Feed
c4 ."- FOR TilE PUBLIC r ":' 1 Daily Including Sunday 2 for 27c

:m' t Ann IX TOMATO Page SAUCE Beans Food Store]

Owned and Operated by Buck Jones and Son 2.116. Cans 25c Owned ft Operated by The Great Atlantic Ttelfem1Jfl'. .'
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Attending the Florida Public King. Plans AnnouncedFor COUKTHOUirSH TO CLOSE Circuit Court Soon As Clerk of said Court J..kIlOI. .'
Ity Lucille C. Conner 1*, C. Alty ,. arlda
Health convention at Tampa Wednesday Charles R. HeH, 04-0fi Guaranty "
Mrs. Lois of Tltusvlll
Mayns County officials announced yesterday Jacksonville 10'1
Annual MeetingOf of Circuit Court Life Bldir' ,
Fall Term
The '
ftlni-l.U 1"1 .
through Saturday this that all offices In the court- Atty. for Pit. 110-24 lIlt-i lop I
I and her Mri 411111'1'?
daughter-in-law ( Ii
will convene here Monday\ Nov- 'SI".
week are Dr. and Mrs. A. Y. Cov- Starke C of CA. house will be'closed Saturday afternoon I IIio.: l'I.UllIlJi 't
James Maycs of Palatka were ember 2. iv rinct IT Collie jut DFOIIU, Joel I B 1 I"
Ington, field nurxeg Mrs. KuHtls!: so: that all personnel might "
roi >TV
FLoiuuAi IN .
w '
J. Thomas president of the ?
McKnlght an.1frll.. James Preston -I guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. of attend the Homecoming game and IN CIIICI IT ('0t HT HlltDFOHIt; CKHV.Charlen No. 00' "IHiIf0i'narsn ",';.,
and clinic nurse Mrs. Walter Fred Selley Starke Chamber activities at the University of OH'"4'?*, KLtHIIMAI IN 11I1N-' Edward Wlniro. Plaintiff Ofll., .
this week appointed a nominating; VEII1.Mary v... !Sarah; Casslday Wlnco, Defen AM

t..... .. ,o ,. .... .... committee which will report at Florida. K. flues Plaintiff vii. J. R. dant.ORDER Cans OF No. PUBLICATIONAND (11141. flTAT ;: i. r
7 Buss, Jr., IMfendant. Cite No., 0060. Pearsoii lIii,4
the annual meeting: and electionof NOT1CM TO APPEAR Ifl Hi ,
"N'''''' Mr.. Robert E. Tanner and son iIs
3 Piece officers to be held in the courthouse ) NOTICE TO APFKAK : Sarah I Connectl. '.
CaBdlday Wlnaro whose residence
.:i"J STATE FLORIDA tOI J. R. Is: You 11
Bob of Baldwin spent the weekend OP :
'. .
'.' Thursday night Nov. 6, at Rues Jr.. whose residence I.sI) North SHJ South Conception Street Mobile' Novembfnamed 1 II turt4 I

WalnutBedr'm. p. .. ,_ 7:30: o'clock. with Mrs. Tanner's mother, Main Hlr..et. Washington, North II, You Alabama.are required to appear 'on plaintiff t' tt7 'Cue i t ,

i. Mrs. Carolina. November 14,,. 1947 In the above : 'hi Ivo/o. ,
Named on the nominating com- I Robert S. Powell. A-family Couniy i' I'
Ton are required to on
appear i named Court and cause, wherein thin Ordt l'itruut,
mittee were: Jos. B. Wilson. A. birthday: anniversary dinner was November 24, 1947, In the abOV.namai plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford 1XI lour
B. Baker E. L. Matthews, Guy vlalntlff Court seeks and divorce cause and wherein restoration County Telegraph shall publish this sues.Wltnosi' '".' .nd,
given Sunday In honor of Mrs. Order In next four weekly Isaueit. nt Stark ? And 01".
Andrews, and S. O. Denmark. The Powell. who was 88 years of age. of maiden name. Bradford Witness .my hand and official seal 1A47.OFFICIAI. DrIui5 thi. Ott
committee will 18 candidates County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder at Htarke, Florida this October 21, (
propose Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis and In next four weekly. Issues. 1847. Ait Clerk ) -ICAL
SUIT for the Board .of Directorsand Mr.\ and Mrs. Leonard Smith, Jr. Witness my hand and official/ seal (OFFICIAL. SEALS A. J. Thomas L'II'III, Jilid >
from this group* a board of at Htarke, Florida, this October 112, As Clerk of said Court J.yc. 1"1urrac.r'p: r
drove to Jacksonville Beach Sun- lUT. Bv Lucille C. Conner D. C, ; AId';. .uat'i".. ., 20_ '.... t
9 will be elected three for one day. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.T. Thomas Martin J. Pearl, :218 Graham DItIf.. AUy. for I'U t. ""'rl ..

79.50Dresser year terms three for two years, 10'11!

1 ---P- and three for three years. With -- =.-

in ten days after r.....- ->.......i ..r_ ... ftM: v .. ------ 0.

'" the directors will rrt

Chest rfif- I the new president a '

Bed fleers from among tI I

the eli
formal smoker will __ __ 31 191I'S
the Chamber fur

smokes and Cokes t ('IIU"(;1'1' lot"HT. ),11111'11'011 plaintiff Reek divorce. Bradford 1XOTICH OF ELECTION EV4 Of SEl,
: SPRING AIR ('''1;"'I'V. FLCIHIU-tl IN <::11.11 \:'* County Telegraph shall publish this The Board of Public Instruction Two acres .r j liar
tend. ('''; V. Order In next four weekly \Issues. of Bradford: County Florida. hereby nil lying a"1" [
Nellie Mellnla Plaintiff I vs. raterZielinie Witness my hand and official aeaat callS and gives notice of a Township r
InnerspringMATTRESSES Those who have be (also known, as Plotr Mel- Florida thin October 14, Special!; election to be held on Tuesday i containing 0 0 U

for' the Board of Dli / Inlcu). Defendant. Case No. ((1029Oll7 1947..Iarke. November 4, 1947 In each of ,, OKEKTINOS)
I >l-it: OK I'l IILICATION AMJNOIICF1 (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas, the special, tax school district of You a uid000umand.d .
I follows (three to be TO APPH4H As. Clerk t>f Bald Court. said county and at the usual polling "")
each group): STA'I'H ttV "'1.0".01 T. Frank Landrum, Starke. Fla. place In each voting precinctIn plead or ant 'pp.
Mr. Peter Meltnlii (alxo known as Atty. for PIt. 10-17 U 11-7 said county and for each said Plaint filed ",. _ul C
To Serve Oni PJntr Mill niec), whose residence district to vote on the election of bove styled lit
and address la: Pncata Pukowlec three trustee of public schoola of quiet, "onflplalntltf. .MI'I'
Alex Bobbins, H.Guy Htary Pow. N. Tomy'sl WoJ. Po.- iv tiiuTir' rot'iir, lilt \Kom) Prndfnrd County each trustee .0 tit /

L Andrews, S. 0. nauskle, Polskal C'OI' ?>.ri. FLoiiiuti IN CIII'S- elected to reside, In different school acrlbed landach ,0.
< K.IIY.Giuseppe
49.50 You, are required. to appear on board districts and each trustee to of you ito
L. Patten. E. L. Mat Rice?, Plaintiff vs. MichelIna Dll,
November 7. 1047 In the above named be voted on throughout Bradford be decreed
To Serve Two Court and cause wherein plainturf Hlcol.ORDER Defendant OP PUBLICATIONANH Case No. County Florida and to assess millawe same In fee : i,> ir.v,
seeks divorce., Bradford County for the ensuing two years. day of Nov n |- !
3. P. Roberts. O. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn NOTICE TO APPI3AR Michel- six mills tax to be assessed. for you are not .: ., ., uni'
J. I next four weekly Issues. STATE OF FLORIDA to: district maintenance and three mills the plaintiff I, i i .n.' in.M'i' |
W. H. K ,
Pooser address -
Ina Hlcel/ whose residence and
Witness my hand and official seal tax to be assessed for school building as co n tensed Il1rl": !
I SOFA BEDS 79.50 11111 Baker, Jos. B. Wllso at Starke, Florida this October dl Slttorln.Is: Prossodl Italy. Platerto Pro Vln reserve fund. It Is flirt i d|It c1;"C. J
To Serve Thrw 9. 1947. For the purpose of holding said notice and "onl jihiiMtiLI"
OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas You are required to appear onSove.nb..r election. and -
( In each district precinct published for j. i i) ,. ?.
14, 1147 In the above ? ,
Harry Lapp, Steve Aa Clerk of said Court. ,, the following mana 'era' are week. In the I'rnilf, '(' ,? 'J
named Court and cause, "untrY,
T. Frank Landrum Starke Fla..
J. Thomas, Roy Ward, plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford appointed : frraph. a new.pn.ubll.h., ... ,
Attys. for PIt. 10110 4t 10131 No.
DlHtrlct Hampton: having general _
IT ,
jlii' -
c. H. FURNITURE L. A. Canova. County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder It!. L. Watterson ford County Fl.-rldn In Dr
In next four weekly Issues.
TRIGGERSSTARKE I IN riiinir (rai'icr lilt OPOII) Witness my hand and official Lacy Wynn the Witness nn nnd. lert,
Douirlns Hardy0Dave seal of
<'01 '" 'V. FLOI1IIIAI, IN CIIAN-. seal at Starke, Florida, this 00toher thl ir, ti
DvalDistrict day of
COMPANY IKHV.Oennaro. 10. 1847.OFFICIAL PeptomlwStarke "11.

Miss! Connie Knight) Borrlelln Plaintiff vs. ( SHAD A. J. Thomas 0 No. 3-Bt..rke (South I1rndr"r"'J'' :, Plo:
JI FLA. Louisa Snlvatore Rnrrlello, Defend 'As Clerk of said Court. T. N. K..ndrlokPaul (OFFICIAL I SEAL) _\. Tb tt

Heights was an ove Ant. Case No. 60.10.WIIIIKH '1". Frank Landrum, Stark., Fla. BrldfresR. Clerk of Clrcill- .r' Orad!
.6 SS=SSStSSSS = .. F. DemorestA. County, Florida
Sara 11-7
Miss Barefoe OF PUBLICATION: AND Atty. for Pit. 10-17 4t .
D. Crosby Hal Y. Malnes
=--- STATIC OF KI.OHII to District No. 3-Starke (North) I Attorney for Plaintiff, '0' Ill
IN riltCrlT COURT. IIIIADFOIin Fate Brown
MrH. Louisa Salvatore Borrlello.
whose residence and address 1.1: ('''I'''''V. FLottinti I.N CHAN o T* Bcasley I\! cntciriT ('..111.1.. nntnpi'

33 Via. Comlzl Torre del CJreco, no n v. T. S. William (40tt'S'ry .'I.onll\1 u n IN,
Nat Williams tEStYJamuitu
Mary Ullxaheth Whaley RarnwellPlaintiff .
Italy You: are required to appear on va. St. Julian Barnwell, District Nn. 5-Lawteyl: Edward itirdru Pliiml
CHRIS-CRAFTS for 1948. November 7. 1947 In the above named Defendant Cane No. A040.OHDER C!. L. Milliard va. Ruth EII.al>''''h Ilurdrt o'itl
Court and cause wherein plain OP< PUBLICATION J. S. AustinA. ant Case No 0005 1
tiff soeks divorce Bradford County ANfl NOTICE TO APPEAR IT. Harley lliicit itp I'l m.iriTini i\J
Telegraph. shall this OrderIn 8TATH OF FLORIDA to: Mr. St. L. H. Hill "f'I'll'l: '1'" U'l'KH
: next four weekly piihllvh\Issues. Julian Harnwell. whose residence. District No. 10-VanderblltlF. If TAT H 0 F Kl.Oltim I ii

I Witness. my hand and official seal and address Is: Route 3, Sumter, M Norman Sr.Ru.,11 Ruth Ellsnhetl '," YhoturIdenc. -
youth Carolina.You Norman Is 81 Ii 0,.
At !Htnrke Florida, this October
YOU are invited to take a ride In a brand new desigt 9, 1047. rt4.rel'\ r.:1"h'.P: : on November L L .Renfroe wood, Masnach
OFFICIAL 8E\L> A J. Thomas above named A. R. Whltehead You are I i M
1918 As Clerk of said Court. Court and cause wherein plain District Nn 11--Graham: November !Bnl
Model, 19-foot CHRIS-CRAFT RACING RU '1'. Frank Lnndrum Starke, Fla.Attvx .. tiff seclo" divorce and restorationof John McKlnney named 'our'piaintjff *
for Plf. 10110 4t 10131 maiden name also. custody of neitrsre Rivera seek 4rit
,, .....,...
ABOUT which mlnnr hlhii fl.lfn.l .o."tv John Siirrency County Telenri ji
has -' -'
plenty of "ZIP", on the follow! graph shall publish i thin Order in n..ppv n n' Order In ne,,1 Air so,
IN rmci'rr rontr 1111 U1FOitn next four weekly Issuea. District; I; i'"J: 2-N..w-River: Witness rmnt -fili ;

t ,. dates: October 26 and1 November 2 from 2:00to 5 ..lI''i'Y pi.ntiititi IN mIlnrnld .\\> Witness my hand. !and official seal Tteddlcli. Andrews Stnrke, F 4>.'
; eI.V. nt Clarke, Florida, this October 18 Af. 1j. Johns October, 19Orb'lCTAt -
N. Kdwnrdn! Plaintiff v... I 11147OHPICIAI. Frank Tomllnion ( SIAs
\.. p. m. Also to see the other new 1948 Models on d P"iirl Edwards, Defendant, Caso No. ( SKAT.) A. J. Thomas Jay Moody I to:
.1 dMI.OltltK.II. As. Clerk' of said Court. District No. IS-Hellbron: 11" fAI D I
play at OP PI'III.I.1'10'1 ANDNOTICB T. Frank Starke Fla.Atty. Anell Normnn O. R. Knight!. 111.II .
; our anchorage, No. 2437 Lake Shore Bouleva: 10 "PI'I" UI for J 2ndrul11. io.ii' 4t 11.7 J. S. Soup Attys. for I'lf I'lIPIM
C '1'\1" OF FIOIIII1toi rman.J"h

(,,, .. 1 T.?rs. Pearl Kdwrards whose residence iv ciiirvvr rot.......- lulypoIiti I.elloy II L. demons ,. iv rutrt'ir 1-01 .j' ,15 liFt

Alfred E. Knight Pres. ,' and address I Is": 721 W.etVIoti.ftnt ('I'S'i'Y' Fi.niuii i\ (i'H\v District No. 16-Rising-: I'OI VTV, FlOltlr i ,I' "n'
Street, Hprlngfleld. Ohio: I niv.: If. h. KTellyfi; OillYnes:
You are required to appear on John J. (Ooodner Plaintiff. vs. WllUM Cnolev. Crosby A nrlffiiv ,
4 0 KNIGHT BOATS & MOTORS Ir' November 7. 1947. In the above oemp.1 K. bummer .Tftffondunt Cane No. JTnrrM T.ewlnf !. < Herbert! I Ifendnnt.

Court and cause wherein plain r>n nu. Oeenr Cronhy C,,soitDKii .
tiff seeks divorce Bradford County ORDER OP Pl'TlLJCATION District No IS Brooker: : UK ri, J i' ..,
Tvleirrnph ulinll publish this Order ANn NOTICE TO Af''I "HSTA'I'foJ Tom Stewart
475 Riverside Ave. "O''If'le rf'' :'n
In next four weekly IsHuesWitness ., .
OF FLORIDA to: Willie I.ee (lIneyAlbert '4 "' \TN Of e'! 'mini"
:J Jacksonville my hnnrl and official' seal 1(. Oondner. whose residence IsKnutn yiirrencv Herbert LnnlIdence m'
Florida at Srnrke, Florida.\ this October (' ", ,
2. Cleveland Tennessee.Vou \ 'non IMwnntaTheressa 1 'Is 183f nInorfon 11'.
8. 1147. are required to appear on Election Precinct: '"
YQUR AUTHORIZED CHRIS-CRAFT DEALER OFFICIAL. 8EMO A. J. Thomas, November 17, 1047. In the aboveflame W. S. SIMey 0 You are i m I
As Clerk of said Court.Tlv .? Court and cause, wherein Felix" : Sullivan November 1 '
1.1PIllConn..r., r>. C plaintiff seeks. dlvor.1 .". Bradford Clvde Hersey
named Cotir'
'1'. Frank Lnndrurn Sfarke. Fin.. Tixinty Telnirrapti shall publlell this B. M. Hersey .
; plaintiff se .1!
Attys. for Plf. __ 10110 4t 10131 Order In next four: weakly Issues tOll| 5t 103tiv | County Telr t
Witness. hand and official ?
sentnrke. Order In n.''''
'YOTIOA at Florid.>, this October 18, Witness. mv nn.
Notice In herenv given that I. 1*47. 1104ItlC'EIT .OCHT OF P5.01111)1. -"
1 A. .1. Thnmnn, Clerk of the Circuit (OFFICIAL SEAIA.. J. Thomas, IV ,AVI Foil II II A UFO III* At Starke Fl
Ootohor. 1117OFFICIAL
As ( 01'1\1'' IV ('II \Nf KHY. :
In and for Itrndford Countv Clerk of said Court. 0 ( PRM.As : .
ANNOUNCING THE OPENING Florida have nn hiLnd. certain tunislcrivnI Rivers A- Anderson Green Clove Case No. 50113 1-1.I ITly
from the eale 1 of lands for "Spring' Fla. A. T. Andrews, also known as Lliclll.

I I'Mt Deed under and by virtue of Attys. for Pit. 10-17 4t 21-? Adam Tucker Andrews and Paul Zarh H DoumrlfliAttys. -
I". Andrews, also known Paul
Chapter 17157 laws of Florida, as
for Plfciuri'ir
Acts of 183R. salfl tunas heinz derived Prantley Andrews. Plaintiffs, vs
from Hm sale of the following N 1'1111'1'1'1' roriiT miAi)por ..3enI'S.ry. Fnnnv M, Oreen, et al, Defendant:
described ionic S1 PI.OIIIII' (n \v- ORDRR OF r-t'IlMCATlOV( 1'1 : roi IIT. iiitPFt1
to-wlf of
R3 Woodlawn 1100.D, Twp. B H. ( 101: 1. THR STATE OF FIX3RIDA TO: ('lii''Sly. FLOIIH" 13 08%
CRACKERSATURDAY 0' It. 23 1 R. omtalnlno; 5 ,acres sold, A. A. Colliims, Plaintiff. vi Frances Bitch and every the following named .I.nv
Collums, Defendant Case .. "'i"i tlff, T
Nn. "
6040. ,
und,,r certificate' I llfl 1 of AiiKunt C. ? defendants, each of whom la a res Arnold A. C. .
onnim "
op I'
bIt: also Lots 1. H. 7. It. an.I NH AND NOTICR: nrnt.icATiov: ident of Bradford County Florida Sylvia Casson He'
of Lot 18 and nil Lot4"> In Wood- TO APPRAK namely- Fanny M. Oreen, a widow; flnoo. .,
lawn Hen.. 80 Twl 5 H. R. 23J.. Frances STATE OP FLORIDA to: Mrs. I Adam T. Oreen and Rosa 1(1r..e" OHDKIt OF l"? IIUI'n I'lOTItF.
containing R1V acres more or less Collums. whose residenceand his wife; Lorenan r). Oroen and Mae %" TO 'TI'II; I
sold under certificate 149 of Augusta address Is: Houlka. Mississippi., Green his wife: L. J. Green also C 'p a 's' I'I) I' Finniin' ,,
is:.. amount on You are required to appear on known ns Lloyd James Oreen In- Mrs. Sylvia CBSHC '
thn 'vfr9':2 November 14, 194?, In the above Is ." "yu' ]Rn
and address
Lot 3 of Wli \ ;,. 31, nnmed. dividually and as Administrator of
Twp. 7 R R at East .contnlnlnir 10acrew Court and cause, wherein the Estate of Archibald hardy Coventrll EnKlfli"
OCTOBER 2fl Sold under certificate 813 of plaintiff .seeks. divorce PVadforil Green, deceased and toes Oreen. You are reipilr.. r'' iff
An County Telegraph shall publish this hi. wife Katie Belie October list "
*'oIJ J\"nr"1I'pv.n:: hand $46.05 Order In next four weekly .. ... ; Wimberly ami tl.'D ]
HS \ and 814 nffV.V : .11. Wallace Wlmberly her husband; nnrned Court L1"1
of SKVi Sen. 84. Twp. B S. R. at Witness Starke mv hand end official sent Nelson T. Green and Boot. dreen. plaintiff seekc 'II. It
n1:, Sold under Tax Certificate 11147 FloridA, this October 14, his wlfei' Pearl Sauls and Jack ounty Telea-rapi

2fl2 of July 2, 18.14 amount r n hand (fOFPlCTAT SEAL) Hauls. her husband} and to Drder In next T< '. .
Stilt.61 S B A. J. Thomas VTItness mv hrti ,
a of Rife of HW',4 of
As and every the '
Clork of said Court. jaen following named tlSeptember. "
SEV. Pec 8. Twp. 7 S. R 28 E. con I defendants at Starke.- Florldr
.. Tlnn. T Frank Landrum, Stnrke, severally and respec 11 I7 .,
taming B
r i acres, Sold under certi Pla. lively It they or any of them he C

If You Like( ficate hand 285'QR.29.>of .Tuly 1, 1943, amounton Atty. for Plf. 10-17 4t 11-1 alive den? and their, If several they or and any of respective them be. (OFFICIAL PF.KAs I'lr-!.

0 TTnless the owner prior to said IN 'u"'I''r sot n'l', OIl"OFOlln unknown heirs devisees, legatees. '1' Frank BV Lnndt Luolll': p; ..10
sales of said lands
or grantee,
40t'S'ry Fi.onuivi IN: ('III'SI'I nnmely: Edwin C. Attys. for Pit
make application: for the: funds (' <( Our due them on or before December I, Albert B Weiss, Plaintiff flunkr anti Mnttle E. hunker hr. tiiFot
Food Paul-
va. 511
*94?. the ciii Id funds will' be dePnslted Inn D. Weiss' Defendant. Case No. wife; William H I.olnnliror/ ; C. L. iv < .IIICtT.nT.-. I t ii I
In the nnernl Fund of FI.OHIDH
: 6021.OhiiFn. Peek; A. M. Lapham; and to f..I'Y.
r" County.' Florida according -
to law OF' pini.irTIOVv ,\Nfl The unknown heirs, devisees, !Sidney! H. Coon P .;.tctftM.
liven under mv bend and official' STATE ricn TO Api'R \ii lea-ntees or granteea of Archibald : ('onn, flefondut.' ;;- ;; slNO'l'ICE

Tell Others seal this 14th day of October A, I). Pauline? n. Weiss OK, whose Fl.Ulllllt tot Green Hardy Oreen. also known a. A. H. oRDER 01" P.III.II"TIO'
1 47OFFICIAL. residencend deceased ; and to '1'1' rrtt" ,.
( SKAL> A. J. Thomas Oen. address Del, Los I.: oo| Pauline Cray The Florida| Land and Immlnra- JOt 'r A T A 0 F' FI.fllIlP'-"Id.".
Ana-eles, California: tlon Company, a wh.-; ,
Clerk of Circuit Court. itI'S You corporation. If now Mm. Lola M. Conn s:
November are required to appear on 111 existence: and If not now In e,.. and address Is 29 Wn, Dtb
1ft, 1847. In the above named istence. its unknown
('InCEST roi'IIT. nntiironn Court and cause wjiervln successors New York. New York 'PP"t.'
('.O6T' %. FI.OHin IN: CII.'''- tiff seeks divorce and: restoration plain rnntees The ...vernd or nsslg-nsi and to You are required .t ,boVC..'"
IHV.Raymond. of maiden name. Bradford County band. and respective bus- November 7. 1947. In Jn'....,? 1i3:
V. .. of each every and ed Court and eause '
Trlpp Plaintiff. v.Wavin. Bounty Telegraph shall publish this all of the Frnolford Cnn
Defendant. Case No.ill' Persons herelnabove tiff seeks divorce. *
Trlpp, Order In next four weekly' Issues. named 'M Or
t'I a* defendants In this shall pimbilt
1 8041.ORDFR Witness my hand and official seal cause, and the Telegraph ,jsPU'"
I ( PTIJtLT.TTOlANP lit Starke. Florida, this October severally and name of whom, In next four weekly "wel.1| '-.
NOTICB TO APPEAR S. U47. respectively are cx- Witness my hand? and oew*

__ STATE OF FLOIOA to: WavlneTrlpp ([OFFICIAL BEAM A. J. Thomas, unknown;herein and to specifically stated, at Starke, Florida thiS
whose residence and address A. Clerk of said Court. T. U47. J Ilium0' !
I.: Unknown.Ton By Lucille C. Conner D. C. ..n'i".iI ''on. having r claiming (OFFICIAL SEAL) of .gld' :C0i'By
are required to appear on Chas..B. Hess 204-05 Ouaranty LJfe i T right! title or Interest In the A. Clerk .t. II C
t',1 November 14 1847 In the abovenamed following deecrlbed land In Brad. Lucille C : B'
Blda, Jacksonville, Florida, ford County tI..rk'' ,}
Court and cause, wherein Attys. for Plf. 10110| 4t 10181 WH of Florida' towlt I : T. Frank I-andrum. 10:10 ft jot:
NEVi. :
WH of NEIl of NW%. Atty for Plf.


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