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 31, 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
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02931
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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till" In The SliadeVHVi

\W .- Colonel- Bradford- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I ,

received a letter last week that ended thus: \ .

0111 ( Lionel Bradford. I don't think you can forget your In J877VOIAJMN
<:: Established
long' to print this letter, but at least you know Official County Publication -
enough .
ra lOng -_ .- -- -.- -- .. .
truth I'm not printing that letter-at least .- --- MTAJUKK.- F.LORIOA.- FltlDAY. OCTOBEIC. IQtT .. _..
writer Is right. __ .. __ --
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t 1 Is not. as Implied the fear of losing .. I
the reason I
,&tILL but enter- -------, ---- ----- ---- ---- -

*from irate the advert1 writer Is ers.most Indeed critical neither, are regular of the local advertlaer: Parade I tower To Be Off Only Three Left On Trustee Ballot l

|f which considered an "occasional- advertiser, but occasional Colorfulllallowe'en Student I n r SE Starke I

I" % this source would be considered negligible. lunday Morning Lawson Drop Out
"nue writer's letter verbatim Isthat S. As Aqd
reason I am not printing this Will Launch PTA Carnival At liP: M.

tile'/ writer failed to back up his opinions with his slg- Joe Martneav.' city i-lnrtrlrlnn. i
the withdrawals this week
traditional In the newspaper code ()f ethics ftnnouncr that the current will Two
long been 8AMPLK BAlLOT In nextTueaday's
has field of candidates
It letters that attack anyone in a libelous man- Plana for the big annual PTA- 1 be off lit all residence and husl- Trustee Electionleft
Calls School
rint anonymous writer. sign the letter but requests that his name be sponsored Hallowe'en Carnival will Crawford loss house In snutlrwrst !Hlarkcstarting DISTRICT ELECTION only three candidates with

,the the publication It Is permlssable to use his material. culminate thin afternoon and even- Farm Bureau Meet arountt G ..
from know who the writer of any article Is Ing. In the gala parade which DISTRICT NO. 1
entitled to tinning for a period of prrhapnrn the ballot.
L paper is launches the event at 1 p. m.I The following announcement
subllahes the matter.. .I -a .. S .... -a a V ..-..._.. I SinHbky.lnnr Fort! Bradford County, Florida K. Q. Duncan and H. A. Lawson \
affected w 111 be Mov. 4, 1047 I who had qualified as candidate.

from new School Board residential
mlh .t Jefferson and 1. BALLOT FOR KLKCTION District 5 (North Starke) announced -

'lurch Street OP TRUSTEESInstruction that they had withdrawn

13 8-1 BRADFORD COUNTY TEJLEGKAPlnu t. STAKKi:. FLOUII FKIOAY, OCTOUEK! 2J, 1017omuu nan state that It I* to voters: Indicate from the race leaving S. A* Wel-

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-- (10 cut the poweit off your choice by marking an don as the sols candidate from,

| > i {cotni' 'nhtAIFoUr IN- {'III fT I'.' c-oinr, mtDFORI : nv I't'Iil.lf't'rloS AMIXII'ICK town, South Carol I l.a. .. whttwviorfcineii' are after the name of the person or [ this district. I
MVt ri.OHlllAl IM: (,'JI.1..V.urn ::Olh'l'l'. I"I.OIIW1'\ ('Ilt'l\ '10l.l>l-lll You are required, to appear ,on Novntnbor of your choice for the candidates- whose name
'iritY STATH OF FI.OIIIKt t oljrarxiterlta Zl, 1:0-17.: In thu above named t raising a high ten persons Other
.. Court and cause wherein plaintiff position of trustee or by writingin ballot H.
Smith Plaintiff r'f'rii n. Mlllei, Plaintiff v JanioT. Drlnn McManus. whossrnxlilnnce :; will appear on the are
L verne tiinlth{ l>ofondH010. Miller Weforidant. CaseNo. and address, Is: unknown: seeks divorce. 'itrtif'd Count.., *\ 1 (root.*f Qay'a 8era. the name of the person or persons C. Harley from Dist 1 (Lawtey)
69P7. You are required to appear. on Telegraph I shall publish I thlv ( |I"r .
: :
.W I".III.I \'1"0'1IIn: : Oft)i-u: op IM IIIICTIM November 7, 1947 In the above named In next four weekly Issues.Witness 1111i la bring done of your choice for the position and A. L. Green Dlst. 3 (Brook- ,
nil I .4PPMIHT NOT1CK '10 API'K: % It Court and cause. wherein plain. my baud and official seal "X" thereafter
10 marking an that
H I. from and .choollaw
-.0') 4) i' 1>'..0't. ... HTATII u i" FI.OIIII. t .,. lift trucks, divorce. 1<,'n rno Smith whoso IBM James. T. 1>,III1'r. whose n-Hldcnef Its: Telegraph shall publish this Ordot 1947.tOI4'FICIAL. b moved through the new county-wldo Board of
flee and address la clo! co| Robert. Mlllur, 3 Kim Htreel. In next four weekly IssueH.WltneHs SEAL: ,) A. J. ThoimitAs an (Vote for three person.) Trustee be composed of three)
\Ivory, Charleston, $out Uroenvllle, South Carolina: ny hand and official Heal Clerk of said Court. grrater aafely.Lndrews .
: You are rO'llIlr..l'| to nnpear on at Stnrke, Florida this October By I.uclllo C. Conner n. C. A. L. Green members, and that not more than t tone
i required to appear or November 3rd, 1147 In the abovi 9. 1947. T. Frank Landrum Starke, Fin. H. C. Harley member .hall.be'.I.cted'from
i 3rd, 1U47 In the ahoy named. Court and cnuni>, whereli (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. Thomas Atty. for Plf. 10-21 4t *1-14< r
il I tire and cause, wherelit plaintiff seeks divorce & ctiHtod' As Clerk of said Court,. ,S. A. Weldon any one district
in .IeQkI divorce liradfnn and control nf minor "hlld. PTadfon T. Frank Landrum. Rtarke. Fla.,. IX: rillCriT 4'OI'HT. Illl lltFOIII! will
Telegraph shall publish tht! County Telegraph shall pulillnh this Atty.. for Plf. 10110 4t 10131iv ('<>! NTY FLOIIII> \, l> 1IIA>.: Although only three-names '
) r nttxt four weekly Issue*. Order In next four weekly I Issues. ('F.IIY.Mllilred: appear on the ballot, voters, a. (
hand and official HOUsrl Witness my hand and ..ftlclnl..1I1 De Halo, -
mv Plaintiff vs or
'nom' Florida, thin 1st day 01C"jiU at Htarke, Florida, thin 30th day oC (" "{'I'J'r ('DI'ft'i', .-\IFO.III Michiirl, Da Malt, Defendant Cast. ; Senate usual will hav* the privilege':' :
,. 19 7. September 1947. roi'NTY. FI.OIIII %| I'M CutS: No. 6067.OJIPER. ir, BALLOT FOR SPECIAL TAX In" the name ot any perwriting -
1| 8RAI-/) A. 3. ThomaiA (OFF1C1AT. Pl-Mt.) A.T.: ThomaiAn CKIIY.Lucille. OF PUBLICATIONAND L. for
Clerk ot aid Court Clerk of said Court West Davis Plaintiff vsibert NOTICE TO AI'l'KAK SCHOOL,DISTRICT NO. I MILL- on desired In spaces provided.

J, Lucille C. Conner D. C nv I-ticlll C. Conner D. C. ( R. Davis, Defendant. Case. BTATR: DF FLl>lllDA to MrMichael LEVY.Instruction t hat purpose.
; Uemlvraon E...., St. Auicus, Fleming, Jones, Scott ill Uott". tlar No 0033. I De Mnlo whose resldonci.. ,\GPI will be lo-
nett National Hank, Llldtc., Jack oilmen OF priii.irATio'M ANT and address Is: 63 Itumm' VIsta float !) to voters: Indicate by Polls next Tuesday
IC ICdllplt.. 101' 4t 10134 sonvllle Florida NO'IICII TO AI'I'HMl Cedar Urove New Jersey. "X" In the after ated In the school house In the
marking an
Attys. for Plf 1013| 4t loll !II JTAVCJ 0 F FI.OHIKV I olObert You are required to appear ot Hellbronn and
IIMTIT ronnie' izt.nvonr U Tl. Davis. whose residence November 21, 1047, .tn the nbovi the line 1, whether you favor the lining. New River
sir. FLOIIlUAi I'M CHAM: iv cinrrir rni i ir.. \'onn and address la unknown: named Court and cause, wheroli ;I"o mlllage levy which In ''underbill district, and at the
I INT1.. 1..0111111'% CHAN- You are required to appear on plaintiff Seeks divorce and restoratlon it' proposed In the other Uls-
.'.h, Friedman Hollander, ( I':tit YVlritltila November 7, 1047 In the above namod ., of maiden. name UI',, fun Marshall: Jay Holland Tlutler Puffy Plaintiff Court and cause wherein plaintiff County Telegraph shall publish thli If favor a different rlcU: Hampton, city halt; North
limit.. Oase No. BOOT. vs. James J. Duffy Uafondant' Ca,l' seeks divorce and restoration Order t In next. four weekly Issues. :"i term. you houo South Starke,
court :
Ill 01' I''IILICT.O'l AM: NO. (looa.OHI of tnnld _ -iOTHK '.'0 AI'I'IOVU. >IH: oi I'I'lIllC tI lOT AM: shall publish' this Order seal at Starke. Florida thin Octobeit3 after line 2. 'oroda Chevrolet Co.; Theresaa.libley's .
b 'rJJ OF Fi.ountA to ''''I'.(,' '' "ro AppiititT'ri In next four weekly Issues.Witness 1047. favor Rivers'
,. i-IN Hollander, whose las .< .: nF FI.OIIII>\ t... my hand and official seal I (OFFICIAL BRAD A..1. ThomaiA 1. Estimated mlllage levy required Store; Graham
' Idonce and address I Iii .. .Tnnu'M J Duffy, whose last known at Starke, Florida, this October Clerk of snld (',,"rt.Hy for regular term: larage; Brooker Community Can
Avenue, Chicago 1111pqulred nddrcH, and riHl,lence, IH AOM 1-c 7. 11147. Lucille ('. Cnnncl,', fl. C. .
"t'tlttl. Service itept., IT s. Nava (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas T. Frank Landrum, Mtiirke, Fin. Six (6) mills er.Polls
i / to appear 01Ird Air Station Alatncda, Cal.. As Clerk nf said Court. Atty. for rif. 1(l.44 4t 11-1 Othermlllage levy will open at T, a. m. and
1047 In the above You arc required to appear otNovember IJv T.ucllle C. Conner D. C _, ., 3. Only qualified I
.'t and cause whereli Urd 1947 In the ahoy T Frank Lnndrum Stnrke Fin. lone at sundown.
?ka divorce and m.f nrimod Court und' ,cause ivhereltplnlntlff .\ ... for Pit. 10110 4t 10131v IN ('IIUT.'I' C .>111',', \'IU' I S. RPRCIAL M1LLAGB FOR DIH- reeholders! (property owner) can
Bradford Count seeks divorce fOil CUB __ ('Ot'll"'Y. FI.OIIIIMi IN ( II \ \ SCIIOO.I. BUILDING in':
hull publish this Order tndv and support of child, llradfnnCounty ( KltV.Ollva TRICT 'ote.
weekly issues TeleBi-niih shall publish thl1Orrli cmriir 4-ornr, nut \J'Foun irvin Dlsi-lui.' Plaintiff. v. SERVE FUND. Members of..tl1e new county-wide ,

.. hand and official sea"Jlorlda. .r In next four,, weekly ItisiU'MWitness < 01"N'I'V. I.'I.OKII' il 1"1 CHAN- No.Robert C 44O1IKBR A.. Dlsekii.l .Defendant casi Instructions to voters: If you favor Board of Trustees will take office \'
thin 1st day otBAI. inv hn <1 and official BCHat (- ':11 Y '
\.. Stnrlce'hn'a.! thin 1st day: oOctober. John, B. O'Connor. Plaintiff vs OF r'l' I.J'TTnN the levying of a special mlllage January 1, at which time the pres- "
., A. J. Thomm : : O'Connor Defendant. Case ,tNt NOTICM TO AI'PKAR I
) Mvolyn during the ensuing two years for sub-school tax district
Cleric of said Court (OI )<'ICI'\J. Sf'1.., A. J THiomniAn No. HOI 4.urH 8TATH OF FI.(1KHA Uob.-r >nt '
icllle C. Conner D. Cdnrson Clerk of unltl ('ntort.ny .. .:'it .(U" iM'in.irTioAMU: A niscker.: whc: e ri'Mld.*ncv las: the purpose of providing a -fund will be consolidated: Inttti.one dts- t
Esq.: St. AUKUS r.ticiiii. o Conner t). r. NO lift TO IIM'KMI known la "4 Mrs. W 10. Mnntgion Improvement,. entire county. ''I
.Tohn .T Henderson. Hffq, St. AllfTlfs II TATI1 OF ...>I ll. IKvelyn o. )", Falrfoient. Himrtunbtiru., s (' for the maintenance net: embracing'the
"PIt 1013| 4t 102linirnT < tine Florida l O'Connor whose' resldeticenn You are required to appear" .m of construction of school buildings, Voter tnext Tuesday will alaolotermlne I
Attys. for rir. toin 4t 10:2IN : l address Is: dl Central Avenue November 84th 1047 In the .ahoy of sites or for capital county-wWe special
Harrison N. J.: named court and cause. whorol th. purdilase J
eoriiT. 1I.\flFH'O rirctl'r (''''.11',', nit \nKoni I You aro required to appear orWltnnes plaintiff seeks dlvpic" ', custody ansupport 001* I outlay pat-poses within the district tax schpol dJstrlet aaUlag'and !1'.e. ...
\\n' FI.OHIUil m CII1Vfcy \,. ,. of child. Prndford CountTilt'irrnph
lCll t
<4''n'VI'V.inv.Klla: .OIUU.\a Oetnhnr med -.t:31.1. 1111,1 1941.cause In the. wh..11I1.I"hlllrr ahp0.1l shall publish thl OrdeIn .. County was In HlarlC.I set forth'Irt"the notice' of tne rnUlag* for "' wwr- pisi'tctPUU'fl'fiLng ,

Us, Plaintiff vs. Luntar. Johnson Plaintiff vs. (Car .....kH divorce llrndfir. n.'Xt four weekly. IssuesWltnens I and while here lectionnfark( .tk; "X" 'iny th.rellthetl. Reserve Fund .
Its. Defendant.. Case NnKH .Inhns'in, D..t"nll..nt. C'RM" No. 601'q no"ly T..rnflh, she. II pu hush I hiDr'l"r mv hand and l official, sea I I Monday .. at.the end of line (1)) '
O'tI"lt <>P l>l III.I('.\"I"10' AM In float toir w.eI'lV, IH""<'''. at Starke, Florida this 22nd at .ttke' would make an- '
) OP prnnfinov AMI I. '!' I T II () mv hand and offica ""AI October I 14147.IOFF7CTAt. low. If you a.rs opposed to the I"
'ntn- 14 '.'0I'I".J'H Curl Johnson, ''hO.'I: Is .it Etarlc Florida this ,nd dnv olOetoliep SKA1: ,) A. J. ThtiimnAN it fit a few days of his iroposed mlllag levy 'toiaric an Price To Speak :
OF FI.on0. unknown: 1947.rtFFtCrAr4 Clerk. .f said Courtnv
ills Hooks whose reel You are required to appear, orNuvemlicr SFAI.) A..f TI'1mn Lucille ('. ('hnn.-.., D C. for, nomination and 'Xin tile parentheses at the end .
ito 4, Box 88*. Bessemer : 10, 1917 In the above cam As Clerk of said Court. John .1 llendernon Kan, Ht A turnstine. .
nd Court and. cause wherein plain' nv T.ucllle c. (:onn".'. r nT. Fla. i a member of the Plor- if line (ca) below
roqulreit to appear or. tiff seeks divorce & care controltuttnflv ill'' Frank Lnndrum. Sturlie 1"1"1'1". Ally. f..r Plf l 10-21 41 iliiv Senate from the lAth 1. For ,th. proposed levy of AtCofCM"eef't:t
Ird 1)47, In the nbovtirt .. ,,f minor child, liradford Attys, for Plf 1013 4t 10'14IN (8)1 mills for school
and cause, wherein Ti-li. 'ffraph shall ,publish tliln Order) District. three .
ks divorce & cort'ust In next four weekly Unuen. ('JlIf") IT ('0' It',', mi \ill"ltl. Irews served as a mem- : building purposes (-> \
<; control of nilnoi. Witness my hand and official ....al'.I ] rinci IT cm IIT nil \oponiiroi ( Ol SI''-. Pl.OHIIMl IN I JI1.\-. the levyGirl Congressman Emory ?rlce Of
dford County TelenrnpVh stnrko, Florida, thin Octobetn I %T\'. Fi.oitiuti ix I hA'- I'F.IIY.Llnton l House of Represents.S 2. Against proposed Jacksonville will' be a guest speak.
this Order In nxt foul Johnson, "Plnlntlfr vn Mary ,
I. 1947. cinr.Hoy Union County In Ue;) (C--1.)
.u..". (OFFICIAL SPlAt) A. J. Thomas. J"i'D Armour Plaintiff vs.Marasret ,. t', Jtilinunn Dxfiindant. Case No, I er at: the. smoker to be-' held by II
nv hand and official! a..nl] As Clerk of said Court. T"erth Armour, fI..t..n'dllnt nms I ', and 1947 ,*" lonsH and the Stark Chamber' of.CoMmeroa!
FMorlda, this. 2nd day ol Bv Lucille C. Conner 1>. C!. Cane No HO I2.OriDKIl rinripiri: OF PI'BLICATION tmber of .the powerful Scout NewsGIrl
>47. Chns. It. Moss, 201-05$ ntmraiitj, 01" Wltfjf' .*TIiV AND NOTICE, TO APPPIAIIBTATM next Thursday night Nov.' e. Mr. "
SEAL AJo J Thnmsi. I.lfo ni.ltt. Jacksonville' A Nil N-nTICR TO A1'PIIAR ('II"' FLORinV to-' Mary' (' anca and Taxation Comirlng Price accepted the Lnvit.tlon'In a
As Clerk of said Court.uciibo Attys. for Plf. 10110: STATE (IP' FI-OltlPA toM :' \ C. Conner. D. C F"'r"'n'l I1..thll.rmo..r.. Whose last known ledxevllle state Hospital. Mllli."..."- telephone conversation yesterdaywith 1
'f Duncan. 2IM IymliJnrksonvllle lTUB CIHCriT ('or"'I'. residence' and address 1 Is 46 MlddlaBt. ,,11I..O.r"la. Iy opposing any extra m and will end Oct. 31. A. J. Thomas, president of '
Florida '0' %'TV. F1, .ltll)4.IN Masiachiisetts You are required, to appear tin sales tax.
.j FOIIII ( .. Mouth KoNton Including the local held a special
Plf. 103| 4t 10121inn I lie: Petition for Adoption olTheresa You are. required to appear on November 24, 1947 In the shrivenamed The Troop the organisation an* it I Ie expect
'0.:1I'1' nnnFonni Ann MoT.nrtv a minor.OHUBR I November 21th. I"M7 In the above Court and l cause, ,,'h.rftlnp".lntiff co-sponsor of the educa- meeting Monday to plan various ed that he win have some Import "
( rr { : OH1 I PUBLICATION AND named Court all.1 1 cause. Wherein seek divorce llrndforilr that Increased teachers' As part of their work '
i IV KI.OKIIItl I"1. NOTICE 1'() APPKMl !plaintiff seeks divorce! Hrndfordrv {nunty Teleirrnrh shall publish fbi ctlvitles. ant Information bring to the .
STATE OF FI.O111DA to Thomas P. untv Telegraph shall puMliih thin Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness I all public HChcftls, and For the week the Scouts delivered
ilor. Plaintiff vs. Jean..tlO'h.r.ndflnt !Mcl...trtv. AddrosH unknown Order. In next fourveek1v Issues.Wltnena my hand and official Instrumental In relievingI Club books, group.
filiim P) UM Woman's year of the
M Case No. You are hereby required to appear my hand and official snit .*sal at Stank, Florida this October Sam Ham secretary
OF piniirriov AMU on the 10th day of November. 1947, Stnrke, Florida, this Und of October. H. 1947. I of County Commission/ TIle)' will also help with the PTA Gainesville Chamber of Commerce.
.11 new '.'0 PPMII In the above entitled cause wherein H47.OFFICIAL. I (OFFICIAL SEAr) A..1. Thoma nlon County: from pres- serving sup '
| I 'K OF FLOIUU0' Leonard n. anil Pearla' M. Colson ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas As Clerk of said Court.By Hallowe'en party by will also aped briefly at the Informal *
i Oondor whose residence liCk an Order of Adoption and As Clerk nf soul (''''ort. Lucille ". Conner. D. C.R. te Commissioner of Agrl- gathering;. "Coke andsmokes"
i,I.'I. nvn: .rhanfre of namepf Theresa Ann. Hv Lucille ('. Conner. D. r1. VI. Williams, Florida TheatreFiulldln ir a period of two years, per.Members collecting the
to appear or Noticehe of the Troop are wilt be served by )
re required McLartv. a minor. That this John .T Henderson 15sn.., St. A tytia.in. I *.
Srd, 1147, In the wherelrfl above published In the Uradford CountyTeleirraph .. Flfl.tty Atty. for JI' "nnvlII"\l\ 4t I 11-14 county could complete clothing for a girl over Chamber and the? election *f *
"ourt and cause for four uonsecutlvaweeks. Plf. 10-24 4t 11.14 school bolldlng before .
\ for I
seeks divorce DradfnnlTelegraph seas. If you have any girl's Board of Director' wilt follow

shall publish thin. Witness my hand and officialoal I I IV ('111(1 '''' roi IIT.CO hIlt t 0105(11 construction of a new sues 6 to 12 or know of anyone The nomlhacrng- committee baapresent.t
weekly Issuesmv ng
next four at Htarke Florida 1111 npntiri NTY, 'PI.ONIII l IN (11\1. II.
nCCI"I..I88al of office ,iv 'IIIf"t'IT ( hIlT. call Mrs. 8 slat with
'5 hand and October, 1HI7 who baa please the feltavrlnr
of ( FIIY.IVIIll.
this the Sth day 01 S'FY, Fi.oiimti S IN 4iitF.nY. Instrumental
Florida, this SOth day ol (OFFICIAL SHAD A. J. Thomas, (' '."..lIa Theus, Plaintiff, vstb ndrews wait R. Johns, Jr. The clothing does three director t*> be elected from
'''. 1047.I Clerk of Circuit Court r cwey L. n....... Plaintiff, vs. PIdnaM. .. Theu, Defendant. Case No ng the federal funds for but articles
11 I 'AT. SEAL) A. J. Thfma"A. Starke.Fla not have to be new. each crouP
' 1'1.! K. P-rrvman, Atfy.. Muss, Defendant. Case No. OHO.ortnF.n 1055. for aged perI -
.. said Court pensions
Clerk of OHDRTl OF PtmtJCATFONANMl and attractive are Alex' Bobbins. H.
1 terms
>. C. 0110[ 4t 10131 op prm.i'MTTONAND that are clean. year -
Litrllle C. J APPRARHTATT3 chfl-
' BTehanitII A. Lawson. Coy Andrew. 8. O.
Law floored.
ITarrlson, Mra.. OF I"J.oHII.tn'/ Abe
FinP.IDA to'
OF :
.Tarksonvllle, Florida' 10121' !' iv cinctir FI.OIIIIIM('or"'r. HH tcn jIlpOlilliI'S'l'Y. \\- .dna M. !"!IHII. whose residence sndiddre Pheiis, whose residence Is unknown, the blind.1ttonth The Scouts are making plant Denmark O. 1. Fatten B. L. Mat
\>r 0-lf. 1013 4t (i.' "s ,Ii* A3 Clopton Ht.. Richmond You are required tn appcnr onCovember Senatorial District
...ItV Vlrrlnla. II. 1947, In the above 'to visit the Freedom Train In ta.w..
Tloute S, Clretna
Plaintiff Un-
oncciT rornT. nnAnFonn1U r wen Edward Linda man. DeC..nd.Illlt /Irvlnla. or tamed. Court and .."...... wb.*relnMalntlff led of Bradford and December. 9 year t.rm-.1. P. Roberts. O.
FI.onln1:01: (:lI.t'Riuhop 1I ;Marjorlw E. Llndaman! seeks divorce. HradfordBounty baa been Jacksonville In
va. required' to appear on'cuvemhrr lies and there '
, 6031. You are a'' S. Newcomfr. J. W. Pooaer. H. K.Tyu .
('ale No. In the above Telegraph shall pitblleh this meetln .'was held
,it.I'tTION 1."ID 21st I'H7. of I The regular ,
: Mi's agreement"
i'' Martin. Plaintiff ).: .II' r. .. four weeklv! i..uAVItnews < Wilson.
"" ., tit lamed Court and cause, wh..r'nplalntltr >rd r In I nest *. A. B. Baker. Joe. B.
Colson acting
le IV'. Martin Defendant. TO Cet seeks divorce.. P..A..fo..1r"unly mv hand and official senl underwhich the two Oct. 39 with Mrs.
COal. AND 11'1''r 1'1 OP I"l.fOIIiIt whose resllence TelK' .raph shall publish this' lit) Htarke.. Florida this October U. r alternate In the election an leader In the absence of Mrs, 3 year term Harry Lappe.
IIKII nv prni.trTinv Warjorle K. TJndnman 147.OFFICIAL. AJ.. Thomas.
four weekly' issuesWitneet Steve Simmons
\ 'rK'I5 TO ,PPM \nITp Is unknown: cia'ovember trrier lu.ndtn" official ."alat l11"tf" ) A. i Thomas "M Senator from the ..dlsttl Burns with the assistance of Mrs
appear mY r I., A,.
op FI.ORII to'IV' required tn Court.Inch [ Roy Ward F. Stump.
are said
1 Martin whose residence'i'lruC You 11).1941, In the above nam-. "Btarke' Florida' this October'nil. A" Clerk II Douvlas of Oalnesvllle, Fill is unwritten agreement John The regular meeting wai Canova.

last known Is 32 Am- ..4 I Curt cn.i entiCe wherein County plaIn.tltt IB47.OFFTCtAL. !SEAT.' ) A. J, Thomas Ltty. for Fir 10-24 4t 11-14 'alltid since its Inception opened .with the Flag Salute and ;
.. "rnelf..rll (
'c 't. Charleston South Caro- seeks dlvnre shall publIsh this Order A. Clerk of said' Court s now Union County's the Scout Promise.. O\nies wen

"i Are required to appear on Te"'R'raph In nest four weekly issu.s.Witness : nffiil. seal. ":ty. Frank Lucille Lnndrum. C. Conner, Sfnrke: D ,C.T. .Fla. KIOTIfUO I bat. played after the regular schedule,, Arthur Hoffman
.""!> r Urd, 1147 In the above my 'hand and I ALL WHOM IT MAY {'ONrgJtN1This : closed with
. wherein Florida. thlll october Uty for 1'!?: 10-21 4t ... >r Charley & Johns of and the meeting was
"Court and cause, At Slarke. Is, to certify that the E.c Passes At Seminole
.nti'f. seeks divorce and cus, 1941. 'Thomas. ton' of the Entate of Rdna Ii.lomas. 'presents the 19th District the Scout song and salute.
of child Bradford OFFICIAL: SEAL) A. 3.said Court. riitrfir ',,"nT.Ol"onll deceased have filed their' ejsent time. -Mary Sue Epperson, Scribe,, twill
' thisp Clerk ot I" ..h.85lh Arthur Penfleld Hoffman who
'i'y TeIeRraph: shall publish Ae \ FI.. PLOHIIttl IN 4.MAN-: 'Inal Accounting and will on
> rV.
. p noxt four weekly .Issues.. Z..h 71. DngIs. O..ln..vl\l.4t 10131 fOI* Y. day of November, U47 apply I be remembered a* Railway
10110 C F H
!"n'.s my hand and official s.althis ttys. for PIt. Murray Plaintiff vs. John t.. the County Judge of ryadr'frd'ounty
. : Florida, 1st day of 1..11. Defendant. Case No. 0 5.OHDBH ( Florida for Order of FinalIschuarge. Express agent here during the
' "h \nFOnnf'OI'ITY. iturray. ..... 1 47.Joseph .
rmcriT 4orRT.M.OWIO Dn OF PUBLICATION This Oct. first world war and until hIs retirement
'ICI,". SFIAI.) A.t. Thomas .rx *! I" ('hAN' NOTICK TO APPEAR 11:. Thomas, '
As Clerk' of said' Court. AND to Mr. John Edna Hell Mills, as In 1930 died early thl*
11" Loclll C! Conner D. C.Henderson. ::'I"F. McManas. Plaintiff vs.nrtuerite STATE.! OP whose residence and ad. Kxeoutors. Tornado Squad week at his home in Seminole
. urray
V St. Au usfor IIfrllfanuD. 11-14 t.
Esq., Drlar I la 111 Front street Oeor.e- D-24 4t
Iress : Plnella He 91
C Jorids. Case No. OJJ. County. was year
v.. 10IJ4: endant.
PIt 1013 4t \rful Palatka Here of age

Mr. Hoffman came to Florida

for his health In 1891. Leaving

U., Newark. Ohio where he was born 0;

- '-- injuries- and laboring Hastings have all bowed to the greatest thrill of the game splashIng he came by rail to Cedar Key

M. t-; w.'( utwnw al 5 of their School Trustees but due Plagued by Putnam County lads while De- I I 90 'yards for a touchdown and made the rest of the trip by
; ijiandingare Mayor the fact that reason's I would be Unable under the mental haurd of atlreegalIle boat. He ten acres of
tamp called attention to still to business Land was able to finish with a early In the first period. bought

the of unlicensed dogs are to give the proper attentionto losing streak a dogged tie. After MontlceUo's two touchdowns land for 173 and built a log hut.
for number although -
IdIJ being sought at large In the city the duties of the office. but depleted Tornado team Battle .f "Mod and one extrapoint neither There were only a few resident

"itructton of two storage gay'and running licenses were due last Hoping that the test man will encounter an unbeaten Pal- Last Fridays game with Mon- side threatened and the score remained between Seminole and Largo at
t.) house 8O motor cars win. let's all pull together for a park tonight t'cello! degenerated Into a muddy 13-0 until late la the final that time and later he cleared hi*
has Bradford
.i wnounced by the U. S. PropJ "We Wall stated. K. O. Duncan. at 8. out and
pet" Mayor that Rivers, flooded field where water skis an off-tacklo run. slipped setting an orange

an.l Dl.bur.lng Officer here the proper licenses are With the possibility be would have been a big help. Maybe In the mud behind the Tornado grapefruit grove from which h*
Flor- unless off 1 and Reddish might
tJoe headquarters of the "but and the dogs kept 1 Court Nov. 10 Shull. Ray. and with being used to the slippery red goal line, giving Monticello a I made his living before and after
Circuit of Injuries
obtained Issue
:;'aUolla Guard In St. Augus- treets. I will\ be forced to out because Andrew rat for the clay of Jefferson County hills help- safety and two points to make the I serving here as express agent. In
department William
-. the strict orders to the police Assistant State Atty. Williams Capt. of tile ...-. a Tornado ed the Montlccllo lads-at any score 15.0.: I time he built a large modern home.

1>" bt4) must be received prior to enforce this ordinanceby wa in SUrke Thursday In connection remainder tonight' would rank as ''rate. they scored two touchdowns Now at the season's halfway Mr. Hoffman Is survived by hIs

2:00: p. November 10 and shooting unlicensed dogs found with preparing the docket win bit an upset a.bla's Colum In the first quarter before the mark the Tornadoes have won I wife and throe son. Arthur J.

I Information regarding: the at large." for the fall term of Circuit Court almost as over Army,la-st Sat- Tornadoes got their sea legs. Bullock two and lost thrw scoring 91 Hoffman of ClewUton, George

lfirMJons may be obtained by1ttlllUl. running Properly licensed dogs that are be which will eonvene here on Monday victory Fernaadlna. Ktutte and of Montlccllo supplied the points .to their opponents' 76. Hoffman of Bt Petersburg' and, %t

< th.U.S.P. and D. oft up on the street will notified Nov. 10. urday. I Rose Hoffman of,.Akron, Ohio
,. St. picked owner
t the State Arsenal Impounded and the

-tine. the Mayor stated.

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H0hiionel' received a letter last week that ended thus:

L. colonel Bradford. I don't think you can forget your ,

Rrs enough to print this letter, but at least you know
ions Official County Publication Established In 1877VOLUMN

!buth writer Is right. I'm not printing that letter-at least .. --- -.- -- .. --- -
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K 1 but the reason Is not, as Implied, the fear of losing SIXTY-NINE ---K'fAi iE.RWi.. FRIDAY OCTOBER SI, 194T NUMBER' FH'TY-TttO t

,tlm. Indeed neither of the local enterH -_. --- .
I from irate advertisers. -- ---- ------.C- 7-- .

Hht f f which be) from considered the this writer source an is"occasional"most would critical be considered advertiser, are regular,negligible but so advertisers occasional. Colorful Hallowe'en Student Parade In Power SE Starke To Be Off Only Three Left On Trustee Ballot t-- I

"nue the reason I am not printing this writer's letter verbatim la Sunday Morning As Duncan Lawson OutSAMI'UC
that the writer failed to back up his opinions with his algH .Will Launch PTA Carnival At 1PM.: Aqd Drop,

hM long been traditional In the newspaper code of ethicsKrlnt Joe Marines,' city
anonymoUs letters that attack anyone in a libelous man- PTA--- announce that the' current will BALLOT Two withdrawals. this week from f
Plana for the big, annual! '
mm the writer sign the letter but requests that his name be sponsored Hallowe'en Carnival wilt Crawford Calls .bo off In all rttldrnr anti himl- the field of candidates In next

H from the publication it la permlssable to use his material. culminate this afternoon and even- ness hou...t In southwest Starke DISTRICT KUQCTION: Tuesday's School Trustee Election
) Farm Bureau MeetThe
H is entitled to know who the writer of any article Is Ing. In the gala parade which starling around: ff ... m. and mn- SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL left only three candidates. with

K paper publishes the matter. launches the event at 1 p.m., following announcement tinning for .a period of perhaps. DISTRICT NO. I names the ballot.qualified to be printed on

ttvever there are some good points in this writer's letter, and Clerk of the Court A. J. Thomas
wan Issued thla week by Farm two noun Sunday. Foil Bradford County, Florida
K. G. Duncan and H. A.
Eae Inaccuracies that I think need answering. ThereEun I will act as Marshall, assisted by ,
obvious Coach Partin Bureau president, E. L. Crawford: The consumer arrf'CtNi111 bean :Nov 4, 1017 who had qualified aa candidate
Geiger, Principal
the liberty of using the portions of It that seemBum
taking and County Agent T. K. McClane. "Your attention Is called to a those south or Jfffomou and from new School Board residential
the writer's It 1. BALLOT FOR ELECTIONOF
without knowing identity. begins:
Through-traffic on Temple Avenue meeting Nov. 8, In regard to re- went of Church Strrt.Mr. TRUSTEES District B (North Starke) an-

ILr colonel Bradford: will be closed between 1:30 and organization. Also, there will be Marline, state that It I Isnecessary Instruction to voters: Indicate nounced that they had withdrawnfrom
BLyb you won't print this, but anyway I'm going to tell you 2:30: m., clearing the for the race, leaving S. A. Wel-,
p. way
unvarnished truths about a. nice little town, and when I say parade participants. All school someone here to write your automobile to cut tbe power off your choice by marking an "X" don an the sole candidate from

Ik I mean just that, 'because unless a lot of people wake up personnel, Including a great many insurance. Other business. fat this areas whllex'workmen are after the of name of choice the person for the orpersons this. district.Other ,
Kst on some changes, It will stay that way! There's Just one teachers, will parade down Temple, will include selecting delegates to engaged fa raining a high len- position of trustee or by writingIn candidates whose names) "

describes the town's condition-MONOPOLY! turn left at the end of the street the Miami convention, and I want slog line ta frontal Guy's Ser- the name of the' or will appear on the ballot are H,
hat person persona '
(Paragraph deleted) and continue on Call as far as each and every person Interested vice SUttasw Tale b bring done of your choice for the POH-| C. Harley from Diet 1 (Lawtey) t
and A. L. Green Diet. 3 (Brooker -
ILtown! Is 'sadly lacking in the most vital of transfusions' the Florida Theatre where they In farming to be at this meeting so thai building from 'amp tlon and marking an "X" there. ). The '.choollaw provides that :.
Wal- f
will turn left and march
Ilfe-COMPETITIONI! Competition la as potent to a town asKy II nut toward the starting point.up All which is to be held at the American Standing; eaai b* moved through after. tho new county-wide Board of I
Vote for three )
Is death-dealing. safety measures will be followedand Legion Hall at 8 p. m. town with greater safety ( persons Trustees be composed of three
Brine the war years other gas companies were allowed to serBurke -I precautions will be taken to "All persona having trouble with A. L. Green members, and that not more than t .
there was equipment shortage. The minute the H. C. Harley one member shall be-elected from ;
when I prevent accidents during the .roads"i
any water and bad} may beUIIureJllhate S. A. Weldon -
I, over BINGO!-the enormous 'license fee started being en-: parade. The PTA expressesacknowledgement will fill and drag Rep. AndrewsOut any one district I IA1t.hou&h ,
Not long ago the taxi business hung under'the killer's ham- ",and appreciation only three names will r

Again, my friend, MONOPOLY. Won't the people of Starke I to Mayor H. C. Wall? tor his )'our roads Just as soon .as 'is -- appear on the ballot, voters, aa 't '

that the oldest of nature's rules will still make Starke full cooperation toward this end. humanly possible. To you colored For Senate usual, will have the privilege of I

Rglven f the GO AHEAD signal? That la "survival of the fit- Judges awarding prices for the peopl. In'Knight's quarters, let 1. BALLOT FOR SPECIAL TAX "writing In" the name of any person

friend you would see a great change in this town Jf It best children's and teachers' costumes me say we will get to your streets SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. I M1LL- desired In spaces provided- for
My have been selected by the I AGE LEVY.Instructions. that .
to competitive trading and it would make the peo- and get the water off you In the! purpose.
Mown open Chamber of Commerce, and judg- to voters: Indicate by Polls. next Tuesday will be located
re realize one thing, and that is that the seat of a business ing will take place on the court very near future.". marking an "X" in the apace after In the school houses In the)

pants is still cut,from a piece of cloth and not from a bolt of house corner as the parade turns A Goodwlne, secretary of the I the line 1. whether you favor the Rising New River, llbronn., and

from 'Temple to Call. colored people's farm bureau proposed mlllafre levy which isl Vanderbilt districts, and' at the

">yl L. Ruch, associate professor of psychology at the Unlver- The Junior Clara of BHS, members makes this announcement "All i ; necessary' for the approved school' following places in the other district -

Southern California\ stated: "The advantages of the thoughtful of which are In'charge of members of the colored Farm ; term. If you favor a different *: Hampton, 'city hall; North :

ch to a problem over sheer trial and error are that it savesBrd all decorating for carnival grounds mlllage levy write tho levy you Stnrkn, court house; South Starke,
material and Is safer. Thinking rarely proceeds in a straight In and around the IPSO have ex- Bureau are urged to meet at favor after line 3, Torode Chevrolet Co.; Theresa,

to solution. We arrive at the solution by a pro- ercised amazing enthusiasm and I Pleasant Grove Nov 0, when the 1. Estimated mlllage levy required Sibley'a Store; Graham Rivers'
(urn and correction." originality in carrying out their president and other speakers will for regular term: Garage; Brooker, Community Cen

i f approximation to be done! decorating responsibilities. Those meet with us." Six (3)) mllla3.Other -
B-i-re's ter.Polls
certainly a helluva lot of correcting '
who attend the carnival this aft- mlllaga levy -.-- will opeii at 7. a. m. and
of human being
wrote: "The development a
0. close at sundown Only qualified
will their
and tonight see
c'lmax:! of all wonders. Why not try It on a town? ernoon cleverness much in evidence. Starke Is Host S. SPECIAL MILLAQB FOR DISTRICT freeholder (property owner.) can I
(Unsigned). HCHOO.l. BUILIIINO vote. (
I A long Hut of attractions will i I
Members ot,the now countywideBoard
lurid Include the following: balloon selling To District VFWThe Instruction to voters: If you favor I
of the criticisms voiced In this letter will not of Trustees will take office ::1'
though some such Mrs.'',H. C. Brown, Chairman; the levying of a special mlllageduring ;i
1 at which time
January ,
I It here because '
the Colonel has given space all of homemade candy,
manner the. ensuing two years for .
Lions help to j..r.us out of the rut In which we are prone to Mrs. Richard Kldd, Chairman; plcRare Firth District Veterans of tho purpose of providing -fund ent will nine be con nub-school olldatect' IlIItb.tax one re.'I' 'I t

Ko unless aroused.K .' shows in USO building from Wars held their Ps;
comfortably Foreign regular for the maintenance, Improvement, trict embracing'the entire county. ''I l ,Ii
>,e reference to a sudden increase In license fees on outside gas 2:3a: until BOO: (charge, loc). meeting here last weekend. The of construction of school buildings, Voters,'next Tuesdaywill also "

tnles Is in error: I am tnfotmld by City Clerk Carl Johns, whq Mrs A. Y'COVlft ton and' .Mrs. H.I!program started. with. ''a large the pur ha.e of sites or for capital determine county-wide specialtax it
that the ,50 fee has been enforced here for years, all during M.: :Kl lJl.arde-Chai en; Ice cream dance Saturday night at the : pre*uut.vt.
|sr. as well as 'afterwards"and is paid by,the local companies booth Mrs.< Began Bmlth, assistedby ,American Leelon. HalL with music ,Cjgunty wm In Starkeon set forth'.ht'. ln a notice of' the .. for tile ew I1Sat ictutld9"r ;I II IIAlUla.
tax! business boys aadlrl. 'from seventh by' Claude Beadenoaugh's hillbilly tauslnesa Monday and while here election;'" m'srk an. 'X- In--, the 1t.
that th.
111 as tha outsiders!: ,Likewise,,_the ,charge .. Ing Reserve Fund:. .
L wrong.by the fact that'even I and eighth'grade? candled apples:band of Lake' Clty. Mr.Beaden- Stated that HI. would make' announcement parentheaea at the end of linn (1)) .. I
obviously proven 'I
"ainonvpolihl Mrs. Lee Allen and Mrs. M. W.bough .a prominent: member of below. If "are opposed to the
.WCNId be you
[there are two taxi companies in operation No .1 CbaU'l1IeDRadio raffle fn a few days of his
Stevens the organisation Is totally blind proposed mlllage levy 'mark an Price To :
Eh to we heed..tbree. True, one of the concerns men- Junior Woman's candidacy for, nomination 'and
enough say sponsored by from wounds received in the Bat- "X" In the parentheses at the end ,,
b by the wrlter""operates under a franchise but It is the type o Club; Bingo game sponsored bytoter tle of the Bulge World War II. election as a member of the-Florida ohms ((2)) belowl: .

| that operates under a franchise everywhere, and Stark.is no Club; Hamburger and hot Sunday at 10 a. m. and Sunday State Senate from the 15th 1. For the proposed levy of ;

Eton. The other;enterprise that the, writer caustically erttictees dog booth ,sponsored by Lions' afternoon the business. '' sessions Senatorial District.Mr. three '(8)I mills for school: AtC'oftMeelf.

not operate under a franchise and the writer, or anyone *.taej isferty Club; also pony rides, fish ponds, were held by therganteatlon and Andrews served as a mem- building purposes (-J f.N

to start In competition with it tomorrow. apple bobbing, fortune telling Its auxiliary at the USO Building. ber of the House of Representatives 2. Against the proposed levy Congressman Emory Pdc'Of '
In. Colonel .with the writer.that there Is a loin of;"eor.If' house 'of horrors and cold drinra.ti Inspirational addresses'were made from Union County In the (----k Jacksonville will be a, guest speaker

be done agrees around, '' Starke; Just as there Is In every town'in The elementary department will by James T< 'Wilson; State Department 1943, i49\ and 1947 seiisions.. ,and at> tile. smoker to ))eo held by II/

to .for that matter. But,there are sponsor .a penny arcade of Hal Cojttmaader" of Lake was a member of the powerful Girl Scout NewsGirl the Starks Chamber off Cotamercanext
untry-or any other countrY? writing anonymous lowe'en attractions, this being; under City and by Mrs.i\,Lola Beeler, House Finance and Taxation Committee Thursday night, Nov. 6. Mr. 't C
practical ways of correctlngxthlngs than by the direction o( Mra. Grace State Department: Auxiliary President during the 1947 session,, Scout Week began on Oct.<<: I Price accepted the Invitation-In a I

Osborne. and Marshal Mitchell, State' successfully opposing any extra 20 and will end Oct. 31. I telephone conversation yesterday ,,
At 5:30: the PTA will serve din- Department Senior Vice Commander taxation, including the sales tax. with A. 3. Thomas, president of !
It has The local Troop held a special
BUU just to prove that Starke has as many admirers as ner in the USO. assisted by the ', of Vero Beach and others. He was co-sponsor of the educational to various the organization:: and1 It Is expect

L, let me hurry to tell you about Robert Wheeler, a pleasant Girl Scouts Mrs. R. A. Weeks, The meeting was called to order bill that Increased teachers activities meeting Monday As part of plan their work ed that he will have acme import I

[haired gentleman who has lived among us about a year. I caterer for the Woman's Club, by Lex Green Commander of salaries in all public schools, and for the week the. Scouts delivered ant information to- bring to the, f

btr. Wheeler need'to own a couple of, shoe stores in southern will have charge of kitchen activ Starke Post No. 431 and then: was also Instrumental In relieving the Woman's Club year book. group I
retirement age and deckled to ities. Everyone Is cordially invited the gavel was turned over to Commander the Board of County Commissioners Sam Him secretary of the
I but sold out when he reached They will also help with the PTAHaUowe'on
Starke because he clos- to enjoy supper there for a M. XL Henegar, Fifth District -; of Union County from pressure Gainesville Chamber of Commerce. ,
f to Florida. He and his family came to Florida, opened his eyes nominal charge of 50e per plate. Commander I by the Commissioner of Agriculture party by serving supper. will also speak briefly at: the Informal I

(i eyes, put his' finger on a big map of Immediately following the close At noon Commander Oreen. who' for' a period of two years, gathering- "Coke. andsmokes' i

his linger was pointing to Starke! east.Wilen of the Starke-Palatka football Is Judge Advocate of the Fifth' until till coanty could complete Member of the Troop are collecting wilt be served by. the :
.__ __ place --
Km. he first came nere jar. urv".."",.i.=. Knuvht--eIwii. --- ax small game, dance will be held in the District, was luncheoa'host at the: It* high school building beforestarting clothing for a girl over Chamber and the er.ctio".f aBoard :
later selling that and purchasing Anderson home onU USO. open toall.. During; the Woman's Club. A sumptuous meal construction of a new seas. If you have any girl's cloth-. of Directors will follow .
Street where be now lives with his wife and ** ****. evening dancer. will take part in was there prepared and served by' county Jail. Ing, alaes e to 12. or know of any- The nominatingcommittee baa

A of weeks the Wheelers went back to their old homeof a cake walk. with Harley Strong Mrs. R. A. Weeks of SUrke. I Rep.i Andrew. waa Instrumental one who baa, please call Mrs 8.: presented ties foltowrlnr slate with
couple ago visit. Learning of his return, the being master of ceremonies At, the luncheon brief speecheswere In matching the Federal funds for R. John Jr. The clothing does' three directors'' te be elected from
i Portsmouth Ohio for Invited a him la for an Interview over the The PTAexpresses deep appreciation made by Chaplain A. J. Increased pensions for aged persons not have to be new, but article.: each groopt

radio station WPAT estimated 400,000 tauaera wlaat to all persons who are Thomas of Starke" Poet 4>10. District and aid'. to' dependent. children that are clean and attractive are' 1 year t.rms-Alex Robbins H.
..4 there Mr. Wheeler told an the contrary notwlth- aaatotlng In the enormous Job at Commander Heaegar, District and the blind. desired. 'I A. Lawson Coy Andrews. 8. O.

ni lltUe town Starke Is. ',.(Above writer to. about the Flor- putting on the carnival The Chaplain Gerald Borne. Mrs. The Fifteenth Senatorial DistrictIs The Scouts are making plansto I Denmark, O. I* Patten, !C. L. Mat

ping). The Interviewer asked several questions hUmOr- Coca-Cola company: has given Lea Green. Mrs. W. F. Miller. De- composed of Bradford and Union visit the Freedom Train In tia....
hurricanes, then very much !In the news, and Mr. Wheeler suburbs of splendid help with the building of partment Auxiliary Hospitaltxatlon Counties and there has been a Jacksonville December.The I 2 year terms-J. P. Roberts, 0, r rS.

V remarked that there was a little disturbance In the much booths providing supplies( etc; The Chairman Mrs M. R..Mlcgtlvary.Department "gentlemen's agreement" of longstanding I regular meeting was held Nawcamb. J. W. Pooser. H. K.Tyus. '

he. like Miami and Fort Lauderdale but that we never bad bifllquestions ,City Council arranged for oupalde Patriotic Instructor, underwhich the two Oct. 20 with Mra.< Colson acting A. B. Baker Jon. E. Wilson.

P here 'After that ho received some :SO phone. calls asking lighting and provided a truck for put Commander Richard Kldd of counties alternate )In the. election as leader in the absence of Mrs. 3 year terms Harry Lappo.

."the that is surrounded by.the balance of hauling decorations, J. R. Kite Starke Poet?431., Ernest Green,, of a State Senator from the .dls- Burns. with the assistance of Mr. Steve fUmmons, A. J. Thomas.
about city volunteered help In lighting the Commander. Gainesville, and"6thers. Inlet This unwritten agreement Johna. The regular muting; was Roy Ward F. F. Stump. L. A.

'da'. thinking, was mighty good pub- USO building inside, and Mrs. has prevailed since Its Inception, opened.with the Flag Salute' and Canova.
Ifor! to the Colonel's way of have more' like It. Mr. Leonard Smith, Jr.. has cooperatedto 'At the conclusion: of the convention and It la now Union County's. the Scout Promise. Games were

Starke, and,,t wish that we could and If he could 1D1- the fullest extent with decorating Cedar Keys was selectedas "turn" at bat.Seaatol' played after the regular Arthur Hoffman
-r Is certainly sold on his new home town have a mul.t. and fish ponds. t- the place for the next convention Chantey E. Johns of and the meeting was .Cl\edUJe'j
\tome of his enthusiasm to more of us It would meeting on January 24 StArk. represents tbe 13th District the Scout song and salut.Mary Passes At Seminole

l.ect on ail Duncan Withdraws and 25. at the present time. Sue Epperson, I
Arthur Penfield Hoffman who
choice. Who's rtght-Mr. From Trustee RaceK. .. I will be remembered as Railway (1
take your
So and
pay your money town or ft _. Express. agent here during the '
l I O. Duncan who had qualified riot world war >and until his retirement

ft fact-facing ss a candidate for School Trustee Weakened Tornado Squad s In 1930, died early this
I I from District 5 (North Starke) ft week at his home In Seminole I
m i announced Monday that he had Plnellas County. He was 91 years .
Wall Warns withdrawn from the rare: and Issued Faces Powerful Palatka Here of s.lIIe.IIr. I

4s Advertisedr Mayor the following statement:. I Hoffman cam to Florida a
Owners Of Dogs "I wish to thank my friends fortheir for hb,. health In 1S31. Leaving
>r Two Garagest this weekcalKtten Interest In wanting me as one -= J Newark Ohio, where he waa born. ")
Camp Blanding C. Wall fact that a I I of their School Trustees, but due Plagued by Juries and laboring'under Hastings have all bowed to the' greatest thrill of the game, splashing he came by rail to Cedar Keys
Uon to the still to business reasons I would be unable the mental hoard of a Putnam County lads while De- 90 'yard for a touchdown and made the rent of the trip by

3>(is are being sought for the number of unlicensed doge the city are although to give the proper attentionto three-game losing streak, a dog Land was able to finish with a early In the. first period. boat. He bought ten acres of

'Inaction of two storage grtj running at large In due last the duties of the office. ged but depleted Toraado team tie. After Montlcello's two touchdowns land for 173 and built a log hut.
house 50 motor cars and license were "Hoping that the best man will Rattto of Mud and one extra.point, neither There were only a few residents
icks at Camp Blanding. It ha April. win. let'a all pull together for a will encounter an unbeaten Pal- Last Friday's game with Mon- aide threatened and the score remained between Seminole and Largo at

'announced by the U. S. Prop- ?'Ve areMayor Wallkllstatedl better echool." atka outfit In' Bradford Park tonight tlenllo degenerated into a muddy 13-O Until late In the final that: time and later he cleared his

y end Disbursing Officer here one'. are -K. O. Duncan. at a. melee aa the teams met on a period when Starling of BUS, attempting .- ground and began farming eventually
the headquarters of the Flor- "but nlleu. the proper licensee off I With the possibility that Rivers flooded field where water skis an off-tack! run, allp- setting out an orange and
X Uonal Guard In St. Augurs the dOl. kept Issue Circuit Court Nov. 10 ;Sbull Ray, and Reddish might be would have been a big help. Maybe pod In the mud behind the Tor-' grapefruit grove from which ho
., thastreets. I will be forced de- out because: of Injuries, and with being used to the slippery red nado goal line, giving Monticello a mad hla living before and aftercrying

bids received prior i strict orders to the police Assistant State Atty. Williams Capt. William Andrews' out for the clay of Jefferson County hills helped safety and two points to make the her aa express agent.. In
must be enforce thl. ordanance remainder of th. season, Tor- the Montlcello lada-at
any .
to Starke Thursday In connection score 15.0.Now time he built
a Urge modern
Zoo P. M...November 10, and partment found was In home
unllceNled dog. nado win tonight would rank as rate th.y scored two touchdowns
1 Information the by .hootlng with preparing the at the season's halfway Mr. Hoffman\ survived by I his
It. regarding: running at targe." for the fall term of Circuit Court almost aa big an upset aa Colum In the first quarter before the mark the Tornadoes have won wits and three sons Arthur J. '
'': :at\onll\ may be obtained of-by ProperlY licensed dog that are which will convene here on Mon bia's victory over Army.last Sat- Tornadoes got their sea lega. Bullock two and lost three, scoring SI Hoffman of CUwUton. George
"wing D. wtlt be f
the' U.s.P. and
.tI'HU Monticello
of the
Fernandina. and supplied
on the 10. urday. Lards points to their opponent Ts.t Hoffman of St.
*' at the State Arsenal, St.. picked up and the owner notl- day Nov. l 1 I Petersburg. and it.
'''ratine. Impounded stated- Ross Hoffman of,.Akron,,Ohio, 1
fled the Mayor i''

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!:; Gr- .I .
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Warren are not viewing the situation with, or would it be proper to call 1 I mailed -nlj-! s ,

II Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED i PAGES FROM OUR PASTCompiled with very much alarm. They It a gamble 1 view of as the <,!?,,.. u **|

knew that others would be In therace Maybe the smartest thing to do, Compler.> r *'**

1877 E. U MATTHEWS. OWNte EDITOR history Itrpratrn Big rains and they figure it doesn'tmake right now Is to keep an eye on l packages h''eu t, ,
Ity Buddy Davis hit Bradford with "every much difference who it ia Bill Sliunds and,see how much I methods puIDUlteo
County of ,
Publ".hp,1 Every Friday and Entered aw Second: 60 YEARS AGO bridge under water on Saturday They have been expecting to hear dust rue stirs up. He's no pushover ., bo obtained ,* [ M t, fit
Clues; Matter at the Pout Office at Starke, H... (From the October of Ft. Pierce Rose and t ,n
13: 1887, Issue morning." Brooker was cut off from McCarty : he Is not the kind of guy Pow! of The Starke Telegraph). by the waters! and "a sightafterthe of Orlando and wouldn't be our to Jump off the springboard without
MEMBERSubscription 1947 Culture in action "The' Starke rain..... Doc Biggs making calls prised If Colin English decided to making sure beforehand that
Literary Society met in the temperance on horseback." enter the race at the last minute. there l I. plenty of water in the Fog DEPENDABlTvs.'T

93 Annually 91.10 For Six Months hall on Friday night. A The first meeting was recentlyheld Fuller, who is more of a NewDealer pool. The race is not always to ataF
good audience wan in attendance in the new Woman's Club than Roosevelt will designa the swift nor the battle to the

and there being no special pro- house, Hostesses were Mesdames campaign to please everybody.He strong, but that's the way most

$10 WORTH OF LOYALTY gram arranged for the eveningthe N D. Wainwright, J. H. Ritch, A. will be one of the most promisIng people bet.Oversea,
subject 'Resolved that woman Z. Adkins, and W. E. Middleton." candidates this state has ever
oe'r the land of the free ,
Is more revengeful than man/ was New names on the Club roster seen. He will stand for whateverhe Xmas
Yes that's what it right there in the last line of I Gifts v
says Introduced and decided upon resulting were Misses Elma Robinette, thinks the mast voters will fall
our National Anthem. But sometimes we wonder. in the negative." Hilda and Kate Struth. :for and don't kid yourself, he'll Must Be Mailed

For instance, the petulant Mr. Pqjrillo tells us that there Personals' : In general Smith's garage I* get a whole helluva lot of votes. Before November 15 J
will be no more recording of new phonograph records after "Dr. Hayned the dentist, has a adding new equipment -- J. E. Tom Watson will probably con-

December 31. new sign. Corpenlng druggist, purchased a duct a slam bang two-fisted campaign November: 13 is set as the deadline
"Mr. J Q. Alvarez replaced ,the half Interest In Turner's drug store with a chip on both should
:Mr.! Petrillo's reasoning, which we cannot exactly follow, I for* mailing Christmas parcels! COG'N
brick walk In front of Rivers and He knows
ers that the
from F. L. Turner An American present
to be something like this records played in jook boxes
seems : Joner's drug store with a brand Legion post for ex-service cabinet and administration will to members of the armed services
and transcriptions for radio are cuttling "live" musicians out oversea, Postmaster F. F,
new one men of Bradford County will be throw every stone 'In his! path that Stump
of job Therefore, no more records. "Mr. R. T Richard, son of Capt. organized within the next month. they can rake up, that labor leaders has been notified. It>.ia suggested PHONE 150

Presumably, when the teen-ager of the future feels like J. C. Richard, and Miss Zoe Wall, Among those In the voice class will fight him to a finish and that packages destined for delivery
cutting a bit of rug, instead of dropping a nickle in the jook daughter of Mr. L D. Wall were of Prof. Lyman Pryor are Measrs that the Everglades Park issue In Japan, Korea, and the Islands STARKE TAXIS SU

()rl1an oft Ina will ainrnlw summon a 12-niece. orchestra. Is married Thursday morning.. John Powell and Harold Wall Mesdames will prove a mighty hard hurdle of the Pacific should be
Mr.-Petrillo; -crazy; or'are we? "Nash' Taylor Is now Justice of Florence Powell and E. L. when he begins campaigning Ir
the Peace for the Providence dis- southwest Florida.
Biggs, and Miss Hilda Struth.
But no more phonograph records he says-and no more trict." .
But Tom
Personals: opposition.
will it be, unless the recording companies come across with Advertisement "A' prominent "H. A, Bishop and family have He thrives on it. He'll take; BtJJ}' \1Y.DEE SEA sic Phones

some new form of tribute to swell the coffers of Mr. Petril society lady of Washington being moved 'fn Dr. Campbell's residenceon the Everglades Park charge by the! I we HOllOW TMS 5,055 Mrs. }j
lo's union which is probably what he is after, in the last asked by the Prince of Wales, South Walnut street. nap of the neck and shake 1 it

analysis. 'Why is it you people here manifest "Mr.' N D. Wainwright, accom- limp, and when he gets through I

IJL ". oe'r the land of the free. so little fatigue' from dancing, panied by her daughter, Mrs. D. he'll chalk up a lot of votes hedidn't Plate Lunches Regular Dinners '-
receptions, etc? replied 'Why you T. Clark, returned Saturday from have before. The harder
And another thing perhaps you've often marvelled at see we Americans regain our vitality Jacksonville." labor fights him the better he'll 1 Short Orders

those gigantic parades staged by the unions in our northern wasted in these dissipationsby In the new column "Heard about run. He proved that before and _

industrial centers on Labor Day and other special occasions. using Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic'." Town" "Thirty years ago Col. my guess Is he can do it again. Sandwiches Soft Drinks
i Doubtless you've thought, "Well, you can say what you And finally "Purposes, like Peek made one of the best mayors But a lot of voters tell you that J

t, please, but the members are certainly loyal, to turn out and eggs, unless they be hatched in- that Starke ever had. If a they don't want either Watson or '
parade mile after mile over the hot city pavements." to action will run into decay." man improves with age, Col. Warren. They are looking for a QUICK SERVICE ;

: Yes the members are "loyal". The parade staged by 25 YEARS AGO Peek's re-election (to mayor) dark horse and some of them tell 1 CLEAN ATMOSPHERE
(From the October 20, 1922, Issue should mean betterment to this you that pie next Governor lIasn'teven
the Unions in Detroit last Labor Day had 200,000 marI -
: ; ). community" been mentioned- vf
,y and COOK live nours 10 pass a given pOint, nuu uu you Know Over In Deland, a young Uni- A&A LUNCHEONETTE
why? One reason, perhaps, was that the unions impose a versity student Dick Cooper has
have delicious ,
,, $10 fine on all members who do not march. And the. unions One Woman's with a it. Sandwiches punch made to serve of boldly announced himself as a NEXT DOOR Tt. PARK THEATRE

I know how to collect. So the members march when the lead different kinds of bread and gubernatorial candidate. Well,, Bobby Odom Dub Rboolll,

ers say "March !I" cheese or cold cuts will round out that's one way to get your name
' oe'r the land of the free an enticing menu for your part In the paper and most folks figure: v

It !is true that for a great many years the individual 1 I "" that Is about all Cooper can ex-
fly BlUre Ros Last Sunday was Mother's' pect. The bets are 100 to 1 that Let us repaint and ,
I worker fought for his rights and liberties. Initially, he was I my ??
II and Father's silver wedding anni he won't qualify, for It takes five your old Bicycle. We'll nil
,!I', few employers. True--all true. Then
exploited by a greedy I hundred
smackers to it
cards like
versary. We had draw new. Also
You laugh as you don yourwitch's planned so muchIn new u,
of law and under the of
power government, impetus an celebration and few young college students
and used
they came out Bicycles! for
costume or drape a sheet salt
\ aroused public opinion, corrected that abuse. A long list over your head to disguise your- Thursday night to see us and tell have that kind of dough to gambl

, ''j of statutes was placed on the books. The union labor movement -' self as a ghost. It's all In fun us, too, that Daddy had been

a .. thrived. Today the worker is protected in every conceivable and nobody can convince you transferred and was to leave for QUICK RELIEF FROM

way from employer coercion, exploitation and domi- that the figures you are portraying Fort Denning, Ga., Saturday morning Symptom of Distress Arising from SHOE

P"a.. 'J nation.But really exist for education hag Leave it to the army to upset STOMACH ULCERS REPAIRLonger
I. a new exploiter has arisen-organized labor itself. made us realize how foolish these your plans. Still everything has
.. superstitions are. a good side., Daddy retires next DUE TO EXCESS ACIDrreeBeokTeHeorHameTrestmenttbst
The unions, through the closed shop, hold the power of July and then they can do thingsas
life and death the individual worker. lIe must tribute But 2,000 years ago, when people Wear Thru Expert Repair
over pay began observing what we now they plan them. Mutt Help.....WUI Cost You Nothing
whether he desires membership or not, or starve, so know as Hallowe'en, It was a They bought a large home In Over three mlUmnJ>ottle of the WIU>A no -New Life For Old Shoes-
his trade is concerned. If union TBBATUBMT MaWtHten sold for reljel of
far member
as working at a
pretty serious matter to them. Mlddleburg last week and we all ymptovu.fdlataeu I ftrlfllns from BtotttMlindbuBd
offends the labor\bosses by not parading on Labor Day or THEY didn't play the part of I gathered there Sunday. There .MlUlMr.du toB;.wn Add.
in any other way;(be may be suspended or discharged. And supernatural beings, but they were I being only the three children It Is f_-_1-DI-......ar_ or.,.WPM.......5tem.cl........+.,. BIGGS & BAKER
ur (quite for all due. to bom..,,,.Sold on 18 rtay.' trial I
the law actually protects: the unions in their right to perpetu- convinced that such things actual- easy of ua to be home
.. ___ ..__ .. A.k for "WU_'. M.m.." whleh
IJ __ .._.. ....... __ fully
And IYbmd thi. form of__ tvrannv __ lahnr_____ I. .AA .AA SJ1. .A... v vuv b iu .. h Lu .
_a_A_ ____ ___n__ '__, __u'. -w--nnw over_ 'y fCJiia vcu nn* ** T* >* uu'y navun i iur- iptaliu this ereauoeos-a. ->- 105 W. Call St. Starke 1
Thera can be"no truly free labor unless It is freed 'both clent rites to prevOn1 evil spells, nlshed the .house"yet but we. haddinner..therV'anyhow. KOCH, ,DRUGSTOBB. ,

i from exploitation by the employer (which it has been) from being sent uporf them. ; hou-etgbt,, :: : it'g a bfg .
What we now bnojr u Hal rooms, and I Just
and from the unions. There be free
exploitation by can no lowe'en was originally a Druid I turned my children loose In all
labor, there can be no real rights for labor, so long as a man festival In honor of the harvest that space rA lot of people won

must join a private organization, the union, before he can season. It was ,the night when der why they bought there. Theyare

earn a living, or pay a $10 fine for not parading on Labor the Druid Priests were supposedto ready to retire and ;just want
f'' Day. exert all their magical powers.. a home and a little land to take COKE HIGHLIGHTS

So If you miss your favorite recording artists after December Witches were thought to ride their up their time. ,Army life has kept
broomsticks on that might and them unsettled now for twenty
31 this
we suggest : buy an old recordingand
fortell yearn We have never hada
people believed they could really
( there are many good ones) of the "Star Spangled Ban place that,
the future we could rail home
by leaping over a lighted -
ner, sit at home beside your own radio-phonograph combination I candle. and that ia what they want now.

and )listen thoughtfully to the words" o'er the A place for the children and OFFICE LUNCHES

land of the free through the courtesy of Mr. Petrillo. Aside to Hallowe'en Pranksters grandchildren--- to.come, to anytime
You're probably pretty well I ana i am nappy mat they did find
HE CAN SAY IT HERE AND LIVE fed up with everyone telling you I a place that they liked so well.

The illogic of the communistic mind was well demonstrated what to do and what not to do on After these many tiring years
in Washington Monday when movie writer John How- Hallowe'en night I used to be''peace.they can settle down and have

ard Lawson refused to reply to a question propounded by when I was a kId. I was aa rough calls to Soon reveille there, will be no more ,
the House Un-American Activities and tumble aa any of them.: You'vebeen no standing re
sub-committee. Membersof treat,.no sudden orders. Yes there
preached to so' much thayou'd t
the sub-committee asked Mr. Lawson whether or not he be Is definitely the brighter side of "
to wreck
glad a complete .
Is a communist. Mr. Lawson replied that it was none of thelIubcommittee's everything. .
house-just for spite. : : :
:> : i
business whether he is a communist or not. Not only that but sometimes .;f. /
Thereby Mr. Lawson was placed in the incongruous posi there' not much fun in Just ring- .\ ,,.'' .\ ,.

tion of,attempting to hidebehind, "rights" which >certainly Ing door bells and asking for hand- TOO LATETO "' .:,,,,","

would not be granted in the communistic system with which outs. Even parties are apt to get, CLASSIFY .', '
his name has been linked. An alleged Communist scurrying dull.When I ...
to protect himself you're in this frame of u f
by employing the "rights" commonly en- By Russell Kay 1gi
joyed In our democracy! Droll, isn't It? mind It's pretty hard to think of
...._L L' yourself being., on the receiving .
other ants is JUSt aoout as logical, however, as many of the end of the line. But just suppci The announcement last,week by
t who arguments used by the so-called Reds and Parlor Pinks for example, that somebody should Senator W. A., "Bill" Shands of

, arguethat ,some, form'of communism will eventually sneak Into the garage and attack Gainesville that he expects to en-
nrevail throughout the world because it is a young and dy- your bicycle. How would you feel :,ter the Governor's race may have-
4 antic doctrine, filled with vitality and promise. On the other If you went out to get It the nextmorning been news to some folks but to ; i.

and, they say, capitalistic democracy is old and exhausted and found the spokes torn 'those who keep an attentive ear
nd BO is doomed to extinction in the long pull. loose and tangled up the fenders to the political, ground It was
This has all been stated beat and dented, the handle bars Just a confirmation.
very persuasively by the totali-
tarian propagandists who have made fine cracked, and the leather cut from Bur has been checking and '
a art of
pam- the top of the seat?
phleteering. But it is a complete perversion of historical double checking for some time
"But we dldht do anything that and has
fact. There is evidently convinced him
nothing basically new in communism, fascism, bad," you Insist. "We don't break self,, that he has a good chance ,
any totalitarian doctrine except the name. It is as up anything- mangle It." Of t) be elected otherwise hewouldn't c
.old as cruelty and oppression. Its labor [ ia course dontf At
policy that of you least that'snotwhat have said what he did.
'serfdon} every man and woman is regarded as a slave of yon Intend to dJ. But The Senator Is a pretty level-
r the state to be used as the official ruling class desires.", Its think It over before you start your headed man and has had sufficient

attitude toward all civil liberties freedom of press, of pranks and be aura they don't political experience to know his
speech, of assembly is likewise! as old as recorded history result in any damage even acclrlentally way about. In a three-cornered

,itself. Everyone must think and parrot; what he is told. to anybody's prop battle with Tom Watson and Fuller a
or suffer grave consequences. erty. Warren he'd have to have a lot aI

i Capitalist democracy, for all its the only form of friends in a lot of places to get
of government which has proven itself capable of maintain Hare's a nifty little salad to In the second primary.The .

ing the freedoms of the people. That is exactly what Mr. serve at your Hallowe'en party. gentleman from Gainesville r
Many hrwtemes spend all their would have to depend upon, organization -
1, Lawson
ironically proves when he stands the
on "rights"5tvcn
: orlglnntlty on games and costumesand rather than oratory. He
him in 'a democracy to refuse to answer a fair ques serveJust the usual refreshments. Is not a forceful campaigner and
tion as to whether or not he is a Communist. But you can make a hit In a rough and tumble battle with

Capitalistic democracy is the only form of government for yourself by planning your such vociferous giants as Tom and
In which the people exert complete authority and have the menu around this novel mctpe. Fuller he couldn't count on cur-
sternal safeguards that protect even people like Mr. Lawson' i.\CK tt LANTERN S \UI tain calls, but he U a very able

the expresses contempt for agents of the government. Un- Cut the tops off perfect oranges business man and an able organizerand
ler the form of government which he is alleged to favor he and remove the pulp with a spoon It might be he could weld a
would probably have been thrown into prison, if not be- (Rave the pulp for later use). With following of key men throughout
sharp knife cut and the state who could do
: headed on the spot. eyes nose a selling
:1 mouth In the skin. Fill each"Jack" Job for him. ]PLEASE return

with any of the variety He Is vulnerable on a number of .empty bottfts promptly
CAKD OK THANKS I' NOTICKTo salads: shrimp, chicken cottage points and you can depend on It SF.
We wish to thank our many all who have an interest In cheese, or fruit. Fruit Salad molded his opponents are thoroughly
friend for the beautiful flowers Santa Fe Lake Cemetery Into familiar with ..
i near orange gelatin. Serve In them. Like Francis 4sk/oriHittrvaj. .
and also those who were so kind Hampton: nests of shredded Whltehalr. he ltillllonUD
lettuce. will be termed the IroJf-morki tyros Uu tame
and thoughtful to us during the We are having It cleaned and Now that you've got your salad rich man's and corporation's can-
illness and death of our darling would appreciate donations made take the didate.
any to left over orange They Will remind folks
wife and mother :Mrs. VV. M.\ Nor[ help with ame. Donations may pulp and mix it In with a combination that it was Bill Shands who Introduced UNO" AU'HOI'' ear 'HI COCA.COtA, COKMN, ..
man. be sent to Mrs. St. L.. Watterson. of almost any other kind of a sales tax bill In the STARKE
W M. Norman and ton*. Treasurer, Box 29, Hampton, Fla. Juices and ginger al. and you'll last legislature.At COCA-COLA ,BOTTLING COMPANY

the moment, Watson and, e w._ C c.-!

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, "Forever Amber" Many Claimants I Abbott And Costello munity. They are occupying the Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Stephens of gifts and the guests all left at

cooker Will Open Sunday [Are IneligibleFor Star In New Film store operated and by filling Mr. and station Mrs formerly M. Phillips Starke. I late hour wishing her many more I.I.a

Mr.*. T. W. Markt'Y At Florida Theatre Unemployed Pay At Park TheatreThe of Georgia. Mrs. McRae received many lovely happy birthdays. I I

.. .. ,
Glittering in technicolor brilliance We had a largeatten< eat .. : I
Approximately one out of every fun-making team of Abbott Sunday School and Church last I "
STR.\TIOS MEETINGDemonstration and unfolding one of the ten and Costello will be
discus- veteran claimants and one out teen at the Sunday. There were seven candidates -

e will be held at the most provocative love stories the of every nine Florida unemployment Park Theatre Sunday In their new- for baptism at the evenIng I SPECIAL
ling screen has ever known, the long- compensation claimantswere est comedy offering "Buck Privates service.
W. Thomas
)11'9.' James at 3 m. awaited "Forever Amber" will be determined Ineligible or disqualified Come Home". It follow J. N. Stephens of Orange Park Illtl pNaQ ,. I
y, Nov ", p. shown at the Florida Theatre Sun- to receive claims In Sep the adventures of the two rookies attended services. at Pine Level --.
0. '
omiB Invites ,all ladies day and Monday. tember, Carl B. Smith, Chairmanof who endeared themselves to the Sunday and met several of his S .. \

d in Home DemonstrationLion Familiar to millions of readers the Florida Industrial Com hearts of the movie-going publicin old friends that he hadn't seen for llJp l

to meet at her homelal all over the world, when the novel mission has reported. the early days of the war. several years Mr. Stephens lived

hour and The discussion dlscus- "Forever Amber", appeared In Many people have the Idea that Next Wednesday the Park will In this community and moved to 49<<:

t that time. book stores in 1944 a wave of any unemployed person can: walk offer a double feature combina- Jacksonville about 23 years ago.
explanation of the pro- controversy followed and the book Into a local employment office, tion "Anna and the King: of Slam", He is a brother-in-law of Mrs. H.

Ell be led by Miss Madge soared into the best-seller class file a claim for benefits or allowances with: Irene Dunne Rex Harrison, M. McRae.
Home Demonstrationdies where it remained for 77 straight and Linda Darnell, and "B.dRldeanner'
and start drawing them. .
( with John Carrol and
weeks However, this is not the case
are cordially Invited Ruth Hussey. The first film tells When the writer returned home '
After virtually every actress in Smith said indicating that the Individual I
d. the United States and England had has certain definite obligations -I of the adventures of _a beautiful 1 from church last Sunday morning I'OrCLAK BRAND
American woman WhO gross to what did she see? Several cars
been considered, the coveted role and responsibilities which
l IEETIXO with of Amber went to Linda Darnell must be met In order to establish Slam to teach English to the children parked In front of the house and Cigarettes Carton 1.73
of the WMS met - -
ra of the King and eventuallybecomes a long table with everything goodto I
Thomas at her home who bleached her brunette hair to his entitlement to benefits or allowances -
os < a very powerful influence eat on It, was centered with a ,
caday.e an "amber" blonde. Equal care on the throne. "Bedside Manner" large birthday cake. NU-MAII -' | !*
rendered was given to the selection of the First the unemployed worker !has to do with the of
program was : career a 35cLCATSUP|
Those to her OLEO lb. .
other players for the must present greet on -
members and importantroles. establish the fact that he Is beautiful doctor. ,
the woman .
yed by Cornel Wilde became Bruce entitled to unemployment her 62nd birthday anniversarywere A" .. .. ..
close 7
At the Friday and Saturday, Nov.
Btors present. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman
Carlton, the dashing Cavalier; pensation or readjustment allow and the double feature will be : '
refreshments were 8.
iwtlng; and son, Gerald, Mr. and! Mrs. El- 33' BLEACH 12cBallard's
by the hostess, assisted by Richard Green, his good friend, ances by having earned wages In "Border Patrolman" with William\ don Sapp and sons, Rudolph and Qt. .
Harry Almsbury; George Sanders employment covered under the
and the
Douglas. Boyd ever-popular stage
Jo Allen all of Heilbronn Mr. and ,
the lusty witty King Charles II, Florida Unemployment Compensation -
will be held farce, "Getting Gertie's Garter",
next meeting ..
Mr. Arthur McRae, Mr. and
F LOU R I JEWEL ShorteningS
church next Wednesday atIK and many others. law or by having served In featuring Dennis O'Keefe, and Mrs.
J. W. McRae and family Mr I
All ladies are invited. The job of condensing the 966- the armed forces during the periodof Marie McDonlad. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and family S l 49c I Pound 35c '

page novel Into a screen play wasa the war.Second Joyce Crosby, Mr. and Mrs Owen :, ,, :.. ,; ; 1
Lnd James Goodge of .
111'8.' momentous one, but all of the such persons must be unemployed McRae and son, Harley of Lake

ionda are visiting Mr. and dramatic power and spectacle of through no fault of their Pine LevelBy 1 Butler, Mr. and Mrs Robert My- SLICED BACON lb. 69cWeiners
rlton Howard. the story has been retained the own. That Is, they must not be t
rick and Katherine Mr
rare'! Edwards of Jackson- great London fire of 1666, the .unemployed as a result of having Mrs.. If. M. McRae and Mrs. Robert daughter Taylor and daughter .... .. liED.. nOT.., .A ,, .. .. .. BEEF

li nt tho weekend with her agonizing Black Plague, and many left their employment without good . Charlene, of Lake City, Mrs
Mrs Lottie Edwards. other unforgettable scenes, as wellas !cause, or having been discharged Walter Underhill of Staike, Mr. lb. 35c I Liver, lb 52c

land Mrs. L. O. Lewis andr the events which marked Am- for misconduct. Neither can theybe Our community was saddenedlast and Mrs M. J. McRae of Crosby .. .. .. .. .I '
( of Jacksonville were ber's rise from a humble village unemployed as a result of a Saturday morning by the Lake Miss Barbara Conner of AHMUUHS!

I Mr. and, Mrs. Pitt Baxtery. home to a position of power In the labor dispute. death of our beloved friend and Starke; those from Jacksonvillewere

court of Charles It. Those claimants meeting these neighbor, Mr*. Evelyn Crosby. She Mr. and Mrs. Fred. L. Con Cloverbloom Butter lb. 75c
Inti Mrs J. K. Douglas were Hit Filmed must weeklyto was) a sweet, Christian mother, nors and Harold, Mrs. Edith ,
Lonvllle Comedy requirements report son ,.. .A .. ,,, .. .. .. ,,
Tuesday. Fans who like their film entertainment the local employment office and lived to the age of 80 years Grlllo and daughter Tina Mrs. 8tJNKI CRISPY-

Fund Mrs. Seeb Dukes of light, romantic and hilariously during their period of unemployment Our deepest sympathy goes out to Winifred Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert I '
(were here last Thursday funny, should be In for and must be available for the entire family. Kersey: Mrs. Susie Myrick Lemons, doz. 20c Lettuce, hd. 12'/
friends.and .. .., ..
relatives and work. Alice O Brown's of Waldo Rev. and Mrs. W. E IV V
a treat when the plcturlzatlon of work, and genuinely seeking Mrs. :ver, Mri. ,
[ Mrs. Guy Finholster the stage hit, "Dear Ruth", is They must apply for any suitable mother, Is making her home with Hall. J. N. Stephens, Mr. and Mrs. V. S. No. 1

tighter Vivian and Mr. and shown at the Florida next Tuesday job to which they are referred by Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp In the B. M. Myrick of Waldo. Those I.
puy Plnholster, Jr., and Hellbronn section. who in the afternoon Potatoes lOlbs. 37cI.
and Wednesday William the Florida State EmploymentService came were -
n of Jacksonville spent Sun- Holden and Joan Caulfleld have office and must not refuse We are glad to welcome Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Stephens and< ,

lih Mrs. Rosa Plnholster. the starring romantic roles. any offer of suitable work. Mrs. J. E. Brown to our com son, Kenneth, of Orange Park, and
feml Mrs. Wilson Green were -
ieiville Saturday.E The story concerns the dilemmaof warA!,
"r "a a 4 se 1,
J. Lewis, Mrs. Rosa a young lady whose precocious m 3&itHERE'S If Ift.
sister has been &
ker', ]Mrs. T. W. Markey, 16-year-old secretly ** W. i
carrying on a flaming correspondence -
and Roy Green, Mrs. Evan
with an oversea. serviceman
Guy Parrish and A. B.
attended the funeral of using the older girl's name. '
cy f.x t.'j t.
Complications arise to fever pitch
[ Mattie Parrish at Elzey
when the soldier returns to claim :
I near Worthington Springsay t.t
afternoon. : the unsuspecting Ruth. r dtic t

Brown made a business SCIENTIFIC t
tOMuoiT2 :
o Gainesville Friday after.I Rest Home OpenedAt '

Kingsley Lake '
InJs, of Dewitt Padgett are I M

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lia County Hospital for home at Kingsley Lake. They ........... i

Bl I treatment. have purchased the former Larry's LADOR\TORV '

land Mrs. Mike, Tilgham of Place on the north side of the v <0 D&TI\OIT1'f.8TI1'CO' w itIIIe

fn\\e\\ were weekend guestsand that are ... ......WI
lake announce y 1 t.t .v.r 4O ,... Ik* I'I
Mrs. Sam Mott. now ready to take patients. Mrs. .
C I 6.MIC"t t
Connie of PaW ,
McGauley.: Kinney Is an experienced_nurse. ......, They are originally from Indiana n.im .941 I.br./.sy( lfc. I'I,
but since coming to Flor- r
A vtonwllv. Industry.WASHES .
ida had lived at Oklawaha until
moving here this week. 1i COMPLETELY AUTOMATK HOME LAUNDRY r. t. Jsoobs et.fi C.,
104.( 8p'uo. NAr.HINIt '!'I''I1'!.!+
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latka spent Monday here visitingMr. IV'" &cTI _AUTO..IC ,

and Mrs. Roy Green. eonduo\od ln 'au'
Miss Madeline Green of Jacksonville G.n"..st" sult or roo.'" testa LAUNDtALL and t.o :ti

spent the weekend with her i 28-41 % CLEANERUSES i ,.bO.tor,Ao andwtoau/0 r : :: u.aI en pehlna! fu enUh d byth ?r

Jyry parents Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green. ,, .f l.. u.. roUo": 010."" thO' S, ,J Jp"
r Odell Craig of Newberry was ref. .. artily ...h." 49T1 \0 41 or r
2 visiting! Mr and Mrs. Luther I' "....und.r.Ut \ .Uh. eopahI '"r ,u'r,
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The WMS will have a Steward- 18-27% LESS SOAP I rL.und.rall Ln.achln.. ...od 11 d \0 ound 2'1.1S, or Ina cloth.for.o.p 'ha. r*4t

ship Study Course on Friday, Nov. a. o h.r ...hL.... p.r
7th. We wish for all the ladles ..,cal .h.b11U" n.itML.und.n11 SMa hot ratty
J for this course, and .. ." 1'7." \0 dote.. of
to be present ...1\1".. uata" of
1 t.o eseh"
Ol1Ltf everybody bring lunch. a' \h.nh.. 0'n...."nd..U. .114 IbaselotMS 1.

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for office Sup .
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; j -"*- plies. Rubber bands, pencils.carbon v.r1 yaTItM UeORATOaTA .
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forms, etc.
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I SOCIETY and CLUBS 1 Baptist WMU Met:, Winsome Class Mrs. Plummer WCTU To Meet' I am CARD OF 'I'II\SXS

ChurchThe Has Hostess At PartySix October very gratef
At Tackey PartyMrs. The meeting of the t for taking care aeb41
wcru will bo held at the homeof t hurt I ot
regular monthly business T. K. McClane, Jr., entertained original members of a girl Mrs. O. O. Webb, Friday afternoon the Want to thank I
Mr. and Mrs. Stump I Mrs. Kite Hostess I and program meeting of the Bap- the Winsome Sunday School club organized In 1938 were enter- Oct. 31, at 3 o'clock. shown kindness to an,1, help thll

Hosts To BandsIn To AuxiliaryThe I tist WMU was held Tuesday, Oct. Class of the Baptist Church Tues- tained at a get-together party at service 81 me and will be It
21, In the Baptist Church, with the home of Mrs. W. E. Plumme long liS J llve
USO Building Ladles' Auxiliary of the I nineteen members present. day night at her home on Church Wednesday night of last week. Recent BirthsThe Jake Johns,

hostess Presbyterian Church met Tuesday Circle One had charge of the Street, at which time they held Pastel zinnias and potted plant Shadycrest hospital an- Sheriff Deput
Mrs. Fred was Clay
Stump night at the home of Mrs. J. R. their annual tacky party. this
program, directed by Mrs. Frank were used to decorate for nounces the following births:
to members Clf '
last evening
Friday Baird. Mrs. Resfile Colson, president of happy occasion. CART OF
Kite.Members Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Knight, 'I'1L\'iXS
the BHS band and members of gathered! in the host- The meeting opened with the the class, presided over a short The evening was spent in talk- Worthington Springs, girl Marilyn We wish to thank
the Monticello school band at a ess' living room, where artistic arrangements singing of "Morning Light la business session and Mrs. L. D. Ing over their club days ,and the Marie Oct. 14.i. everyone who was e&c11
delightful weiner party In the of pink gladioli and Burning". Mrs. O. W. Alderman Haines led the group in prayer. years in between. thoughtful to UII kind
white were plac- J i. Mr. and Mr Leroy Edcnfield, Illness dUline the
chrysanthemums beside the hostess and
from Rev.
USO gave a scripture reading Games and contests were en- Those present death of
Green Cove Springs, girl, Mary our
ed over the room.Following 5 114. Mrs. Mrs. N. T. Rltch Mrs. mother and
Members of the bands and their : Joyed by the members. were: ; Joan Oct. 12. grandmatku
devotions, 'led by Mrs. Baird, Mrs. L. O. Powell Gladys Harrington was presentedwith W.E. Dowling; Mrs. Eugene long: want to thank you for
friends gathered In the lobby, at Miss Lucille Mitchell, business was and Mrs. R. A. Thomas gave an a prize for the best costume.In Mrs. Emmett Rainey, of Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. P. Franklin Gools- ful flowers and other the

six p. m.. where exciting arrangements discussed by the group. Mrs. W. i Interesting program the theme being a fortune contest, Mrs. Resale Va.; Miss Jean Davis The following by, Starke, boy, Earl Franklin, Iay GOd rzpre4afLsympathy
of Hallowe'en decorations J. Chandler Invited the ladles to "Life of the Mexloan". Colson received a prize. former members were un- Oct. 17. bleu

carried out the holiday spirit. i meet at her home next Tuesday Mrs. S. E. Sparks, President, Refreshments later were servedto able'' to attend: Mrs. Robert' Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Knight, The
Band members were served for the purpose of con lnu- Miss Doctor's Inlet Linda teend
night presided over the business meet- the sixteen members present on Greenwich Conn.! Gayle girl Lee,
novelty style over the snack bar Ing important issues. I Ing. I this happy occasion. I II Sewell, and the former Miss Loral Oct. 20. fannd,
fn' the lobby while" adult guests Hic-hilirht of the evening: was I Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. Reese RaymondScott

were served in the small dining an Inspiring talk by 'Mrs. CharlesH. Starke, girl Jo Ann, Oct. NOTICE
room buffet style from a large Crooks, who with her husband Stewardship CourseAt 24. I am a candidate
table appropriately trimmed in Dr. Crooks, spent 37 years as Trustee for 8t
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Leon Sapp, from District l
crepe paper of Hallowe'en colors missionary in the Kingdom of Brooker ChurchAn Although (
Raiford, boy, Michael Herman, I did not uZl
On each end of the table resteda Slam. They returned to the U. S. Oct. 25.Mr. time for my name ,
large pumpkin Jack-o-lantern. In 1940. being now retired and Associations Stewardship and Mrs. Oscar Guynell McGee the ballot I will IPPter
"" .. study course will be held at the IIPPrecilte
Mrs Stump was assisted in residents of St. Augustine. -"""-1 Starke, girl. Oct. 29. friends writing
serving on this festive occasion Mrs. Crooks chose for her subject Well, hop on your broom handle, wards, and Al Harley down from Brooker Baptist Church Friday Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wheeler ticket at the pleCtion nSllle ins
by Mrs. Hogan Smith, Mrs. J. R. I : "Building the Kingdom in and off we got! Gotta have a Clemson for a few days last week Nov. 7. Mrs. John Maguire will Thomas, Starke, boy, Richard day. next< 7:
Kite Mrs. George Flynn, Mrs. P. Slam." She strongly emphasizedthe strong constitution If you expectto The South Carolina air teach the book, "The Message ofStewardship" Doyle Oct. 25,
I EJ. Canova and Mrs. 'Stump's fact that the Siamese are a get around to everything this seems to be agreeing with them Everyone attend- --0. W--.put

daughter, Mrs Wm. Thomson. highly intelligent and superiorrace Hallowe'en, what with festivities and they all looked grand ing is asked to bring lunch. i

playing an Important part in starting at 1 p. m. and continuing We Wish To Announce The Opening
WSCS To MeetThe World War II, when they served Into the wee small hours, anda Trrazled Fragments Oletha WOW Meets TonightWoodmen of
as "listening posts" for the allies. football game thrown in just for Thomas .is the new secretary in KINNEY'S

circles of the WSCS of the Mrs. Crooks stated that ninety good measure If your schedule Noon Walnwrlght's office of the World will REST & CONVALESCENT HOME:
Methodist Church will meet next per cent of the Siamese never Is as full as mine, you're already Like old times to see Aubrey Dun- meet tonight (Friday) at 8 o'-
Monday November 3 at 3 o'clock. wavered from their loyalty to the ready to give up the ghost can treading the Call Street cobblestones clock In the hall. This is a special At Klngaley Lake Formerly Larry's piece

Circle 1 will meet at the home of allies, although their kingdom was Thank Heaven that Hal- taking orders for Ell meeting and A. W. Masters, financial Next To A. S. Strickland

Mrs. Hogan Smith on North Wal- taken over by the Japanese. She lowe'en, like Christmas, comes only Witt again Marian Brown secretary, urges all mem-
nut Street, with Mrs. Charlie displayed an exhibit of Siamese once a year Virginia Smith, home from Tally and braving the 1 bers to attend. GOOD FOOD QUIET ATMOSPHERE

Johns as co-hostess. articles brought from that fasci- PTA prexy, has done a marvelous elements to see the Monticello Under Direction of Experienced Nurse

b Circle 2 will be entertained at nating country upon her returnto job of marshalling entire game Elizabeth Lawson back UDC Meeting NoticeThe
the home of Mrs George Flynn this country. community to cooperate In the home to stay, at least for a while, For Information See or WriteC.

r on Jefferson St.P During the social hour the ladles events of today, and If everythinggoes because of a back ailment UDC will meet at the home S. Kinney General Delivery Starke, Fla.
e I It enjoyed delicious refreshments i iI as planned the PTA will need George Inman !in town recently .3f Mrs. George Flynn on Wed-

I served to them by the hostess. at least two armored trucks to, and telling friends he's In the nesday, November 5, at 3 o'clock.
transport the profits to the bank citrus gift package business at Mrs. R. O. Kidd, Mrs. Luther
i Boatdrain WMU Oh, well 'TIs for a Cltra Hear Morgan and Jean I I II Powell and Mrs. Mattie Gahaganwill IT'S THE, CUT OF YOUR CLOTHES THAT COUNT

I", 'r:'RK; noble cause, you know, for the I Darby are enjoying their attractive -I be co-hostesses.

I Met Last WeekThe PTA has been financing those Fri new home on Little Santa Fe,
\ day nights at the USO for lo these and the Bill and'Dot Powell ranch Christian Church

Ii:: WMU of the Boatdraln Baptist many months, and helping, out house type domicile east of townon
Fr: Sun. Mon. Ttiesi. Church met Thursday night, financially. In other projects, too the "new" Standing road, is Members EnjoyHallowe'en
.\ Nov. :2.3.4 nearing the final .
Oct. 23, at 7:3O o'clock with Mrs. stages Party
Buck Privates Eunice Wilson presiding in the
1 1Ie
absence of Mrs. Rose Harris. Hear tho Junl n Woman's Club The U of F HotneconiinK in I An enjoyable Hallowe'en partywas

t W Come Home The opening prayer was given I' Hallowe'en dance Thursday night Gainesville last Saturday was held by members and friendsof J
of last week was one of the best well-seasoned with liberal
by Mrs Pansy Grlffls, and the a the First Christian Church in
Abbott &: Omtelln devotional' led by Mrs. Mattle The club was attractively sprinkling of Callstreeters the American Legion Hall Thurs Ie Iet

. Alto Comedy &: News Griffin using the 13th Chapter of rigged up in cabaret style, and the Among those spotted at the various day night Oct. 23.
, cute little Jack-o-lanterns decorating events were Garland Godwin
; Matthew. Games and contests were enjoyed -
W 'l. Thu'; Nov 5.6 the center of each table were with Wanda Pearce, Jimmy Brown children
Mrs. Gladys Allen was elected to by and adults and the
DOUBLE FEATURE so irresistible most of them were Godwin with Madge Brownlee
t( assist Mrl.'Ada Griff as the Sun- highlight of the evening was a
hijacked to take home as souvenirs Douglas Hazcn with his fond sister
Anna & The ghost story by Mrs. Harry
King beam Baby Visitor, and it was
Norman Jean Adams
received Phylls, Bill Patray with Joyce
decided that SO percent of all cols t Lappe. ,
; .a salute from the merrymakers Newsome, George Powell
The Hallowe'en motif was used
lections will Into the depart-1
J Of Siam go who gathered around and Peggy Dale, and Margie Davis
ment of the S.S.R and 10 percent] In decorating the hall and was repeated -
gave out with "happy birthday toyou" with Buddy Davis Scads of in the table'decorations.A .
( Irene Dunne, Rex Harrlnnn, to the cooperative program. j with admirable gusto others, and many at the Gator bountiful
Following an Interesting dls- supper;: was enjoyedby
Linda Darnnlli |
Add Callstreeters I don't see Growl the night before, too, Including the
cusslon of W.M.tT. matters considered group. __
And Js J 'enough of: Sara Barefoot, who's Fred and Hazel Guy SEMI.ANNUALTAILORING
at the associations meetIng -
working for Clay Electric in Key- Pat Fatten and T. K. McClane
at the meeting Mrs. Mills HonoredOn
Lawtey recently, -
Bedside Manner stone, and Selma McCall, who is were over" for the Blue Kay Ban- DISPLAYOF
closed with by Mrs.Iatdltcrlfffis.
.. prayer currently slaving away at a Jobin quet Friday night . Birthday "CLOTHES
John Carroll, Ruth Ru..l\r\ Orange Park <

Also Newstests S 55555555 You can't Stump a Stump, it Mrs. J. B. Mills was honored FRIDAY & SATURDAYNOV.
.. ,, 6 INSURANCE Mighty pleased to see Charley seems, and when foul weather Sunday at.the home of Mr. and 7 &S
..1. Sat. Nov. 7-8 If you need fire, automobile, life Futch up and about again aftera made it Impossible for Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson; the oc
DOUBLE FEATURE or any other type Insurance, see tussle with typhus fever for the Mrs. Fred Stump to entertain the casion being her birthday anniver- The answer to your.clothing problem I There ill be a show representative
here from the House of Ed.V.Price &: Co to
n Border PatrolmanWm. me at 129 W. Call Street opposite past couple of weeks Ditto for BHS and Montlcello Band mem- sary. complete line of new quality woolens for men and women,m
Boyd Andy Clyde Bradford County Telegraph Bill Epperson who took quite a bers at a weiner roast In their Mrs,Mllls was recipient of many large swatches and lengths. Select your material and M
And In Starke. Having engaged beating from an attack of pneu- yard, they simply moved the scene lovely gifts on this glad occasion, scientifically measured for clothing that will be hand cut
In this business since monia, but Is recuperating In fine of operations to the USO building, and pictures were taken as she superbly needled and made for you to four measurements..
Getting 1931, I am well qualified to style now Hear that Loyree and everybody was happy and full unwrapped them. Come in and make your selection during our Scmi-Maud

: Gertie's GarterDennis represent your beet Interests.No Hartmann in 111 In St. Luke'a Hos- of hot dogs, after all Seems A lovely birthday dinner was Tailoring Display.RB.BINS'.
O'KeprrMarte Me- client of mine has ever lost pltal In Jacksonville, and I'm ter- I the Stumps have a warm spot in served to the guests who were,

Donald, Barre Sullvan, Binnie a thin dime by placing their; ribly anxious to have her back their hearts for the Monticello beside the hosts and honoree, as
Hams Insurance with me. < with us again, for things Just Band because daughter Marjorie follows:

ALSO Comedy and "Law of St. WAINWRIGUT, JR. aren't the same without her Thomson helped start the organ- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mills Mr.
the Wild" Phone 134 i And while I'm on the subject of ization on its upward climb when and Mrs. Frank Rowland, Mr and ,

.6 6 .. hospitals and such hear that she was band Instructor there dur- Mrs. Percy Sullivan.

f' 6" John Godwin Is currently In the ing her teaching days And I
Lake City Veterans' Hospital and must say she certainly gave 'ema
would be mighty happy to see or good start, for never have' I

WAKE UP! hear from his many Call Street heard a better band from such a

friends YOU may address him small school 'twould be a The
in care of Ward 2 Grace Green credit to a city the size of Jack-

also among those recently being sonville, In my humble estimation

hospitalized And they not only sound WI
good-they look good too In those TGHIhORD go't' C lh7.ij.tI1ZQj

Harry Tucker says laughter snappy uniforms Surely hope
Bobble Cameron and Nina Bishopare our BHS band can rate uniforms

ALARM %' CLOCKS still having a grand and glorious some day, but it seems that every i of Today

time out in Hollywood .. time they think they've got en-
7 They've been there a month and ough money the price of uniforms

still going strong-no intimationyet goes up again .. Maybe they

as to when they'll return home need a little more backing fromus w / yes the Watchword fr (1u'I.tJ11ll

Tuck allows that every let- Callstreeters-suppose so? e .F Watches, of course Fine BuK>
ter he gets Is full of names of "Him" or "aer
or Elgin Watches for ,_
movie stars they've' seen strolling Glad to see Henry McKelveyand s Come.
In wide '
$3 Up along the streets of Hollywood, wife In town for the winter a price range today sod let III j

and of topflight radio shows and bringing along a very Important make your selection NOW, "hUe
they've seen .. And peaking addition to the family-Henry lay It; away for' you

of Hollywood hear that Iris and McKelvey, Jr., born Sept. 8 in a stocks are complete .

Dale VanStckle's young son, Bill Nashville, Tenn., hospital I '
With Your is doing some. picture work along Understand some of our teachersare
I Xmas Cards $1 Box Name Free with his Dad Just got my quite perturbed over the fact Watches Silver Diamonds
first glimpse of Nellie Martinez'twomonthold that local merchandise marts are

granddaughter exhibiting plastic pea shooters! BULOVA BY' AND
Certainly a charmer, and Nellie I. In their opinion that's making and ELGIN INTERNATIONAL!: COSTUMEAlso JE1lELgr
has a hard time convincing people I the ancient art of pea shooting

THIS {WEEK'S SPECIAL that she's not the youngest grand just a little too attractive for com-

mother-on-record fort .' Hear the Hogan Smiths ,
have purchased the McCoy placeon
Hear that Arlln McKnluht. Klngsley Wonder If they'lldo : A .Lavish Array of GIFTS for HIMTie
health department field nurse, bad a marvelous Job of "fixing up"on ;
quite an experience out on the It like they' have done on their and Collar Sets With Watch Chains and Bands) Cigarette lighten.S .

(3 TUBES TO CUSTOMER) "new" Standing highway one day, Walnut Street' home The latter
I II last week Seems she had has become one of the showplaces
been out on a call -. pulled off of Starke, and when it finally -
I the hard road to turn around and gets Its colonial columns!!! the "Quality Has No Substitute"
head back toward Starke when, lo transformation will be complete

I I and behold the gear shift stuck .
I Shotgun Shells On Displays In reverse! Other drivers were EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING
doubtless amazed to see Nurse \Vrll. guess Its. about time to
McKnight backing all the way to get my false face out of moth
Florida Plastics (more than a balls and head for the USO .
mile) where she got some much- So long Meet you at the fishpond
- -.. .-- - -- -- needed help > Looked good toted GEM .JJEWEL..RY

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r WTS of LOCAL NEWS Mrs.Mr.J.and I. Hines Mrs of F.Branford P Hines'were and Mrs.Jacksonville.J. H. DuPre Accompanyingher spent TuesdayIn Uncle Bob Haislop Remembers Back When I W Moon Defendant OK. PUBLICATIONAND Cane. No. |OM.OKOKR .

ss= guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. home for several days' visit Judge Wills Set The Style With Beaver Topper"Uncle" W STATE, Moon.OK"NOTICE whoa FIA1R1HA residence TO. APPKAH to: I.Warner..: I&04 J

tie Mrs. L. U. Morgan and I I Dr. and Mrs. A. Y. Covington, B. T Thomas. was her sister, Mrs. BIllie Hall. Bob Halslop came to Lee You lllKhway are required, Arlington to appear Virginia.ow

sppnt last weekend withMra Mrs. Walter King and Woodrow F A, Moore Starke when Call Street was still December 1, 1947. In the above named
11 A. Hall of and grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Junlua Smith .and Court and CBIIP*, wherein ,plaintiff I
Lester Thurman attended the Florida Frank Walters of Gainesville "good hog rootln' ground", as seeks. divorce and restoration. or
daughter, Miss Joan Carpenter he it. maiden. name Uradfurd CountyTelegraph .
eloquently expressed
State Board of Health ConventionIn spent last week as guests of Mr. hall publish thla OrderIn
putl la.rla and Mr. and October and Mrs. J. B. Sapp. spent Tuesday in Jacksonville' To be exact the year was 1881 next four weekly I InMUee.Wltneae .
r Ingram Tampa 23 through 25 and Uncle Bob now on his seven- my hand and official seal
| H. Harden accompanied Dr. Mrs. Mrs. W. J. Epperson Sr., and a r'? d1Ar at m rke, Klorldii I this (letober Sc. I Iun.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. and J. Warren Kauf ty-second turn around the merry- .
to Gainesville Mott of
Ig Len Sunday man Mrs. R. S. Fernandez, Mrs. Mrs Leila Weeks left Monday go-round of life was just (OFFICIAL 8KAIA' J. Thomas,, '
to the Unlver- Brooker were guests An Clerk. of Maid Courtv .
returned Sunday of
t spending the Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bonham and Mrs. Frank morning for Moultrte Ga., where six years old. His parents came 1\ I.uollla C. Conner n. C.

tdql Florida relatives after in Starke. Edgar Wilkinson. Hoover attended N a v y Day they were called by the illness of here from Kentucky and his father leafs Hubert Jaokaonvllla tr. Duncan, Florida, 104 l.ynth InilldInr ->

e jwlth Rep. a. Fred Andrews of L keButler' memorial services Sunday at Green their brother Barney Knight who tilled the soil Just as Uncle Bob Ally, for Plt, 10-41 4t 11HrIN

laaiford Brown of, Plant was the guest Mondayof, Cove Springs. has done for k these many yearson _

( brother-in-law andtr. I Mr. and Mrs. N. D. recently suffered a heart attack. hU comfortable farm home 'llIrt'IT ('!>!'11'. RR 4DPOR1a
lad< her Walnwrlgut, Lemuel Colaon Jr., of Panama Cot ""IT\', PLOHIDAI, IV ('114:'.
Jr. seven miles west of Starke.' r .i4
and Mr*. Alton Dobbs, Mills Marjorie Davis of Tallahassee l EaIY.
City enjoyed short visits Fridayand Robert ;.. Inwo" Plw'nllff. n. H.1an lr
Naturally he remembers a lot of
Ihend.j. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas attended Sunday with his parents Dr. spent last weekend at the ln.e., Defendant Cane No. 11711.on'Jlcn .
Bradford County lore that Is now
and chll- and Mrs. Lemuel Colson. He Is home of her parents, Mr. and uP' rllHLICATIONANO
| J j. A,, McIntyre the Southeastern Singing almost forgotten In these hurly- NOTICE TO AI'PrJAR
onvllle were guests Convention In Live Oak employed by the State Highway Mrs. R. J, Davta. iri STATE (>F VIXHI1" to: Mra.
I Jack Sunday. burly days. One of the most notable Helen 'loge, whose residence and ad.
end of Mr. and Mr* W. Patrol and stopped here en routeto Mrs L., E. Jordan of Ovedo recently and picturesque characters in drops .la IC-IIJ A 50th SInN .Inck-
tl Mrs. Lena Rowe of Ormond and from Gainesville where he son lleirhta( inns Island New Yo k.
nton. Beach spent enjoyed a few days' visit the early days of Starke was Judge! You are required to appear ..n
Saturday at the homeof was sent last weekend to assist
i at the home of Mrs. Carrie Rltch Wills, who It !seems at one time November 28, 1047 in the >U>ovnamed .
d Mrs. W. C. Perry and her aon-In-aw and daughter with traffic problems at the homecoming I Court and fauee. wherein
and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. somewhat of the of the I
was apple
Martha Helen and Sarah Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Walker. Accompanying celebration. plaintiff'' eeeke divnr.-.. Ilradforo
shall imbllah this
Starke's County Telegraph
eye among young belles.
9r, ['Jacksonville visited Mr. her was Mrs. Walk- Mrs. Effie Johns had aa dinner Order In next four weekly iNnuea.Wltneiia .
Miss Wanda Pearce of Tallahassee As recalled by Uncle Bob, the eligible -' hand and official, ; spat
Williams :Sunday er's niece Miss
r1 H. of .
W. Judson guests Sunday her nephew and .. XI.l ,
Judge would stand on the i at Stark., Florida." thla .Octob.
last weekend with
Coral Gables.H. spent niece Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gross cant way past! the courthouse. 47.
7I Carolyn and Barbara her mother, Mrs. Bertha Pearce. street corners,, twirling a heavy' This block was empty and COKh'ICIAI SEAL) A. J. Thomas
: last weekend In K. Mills of St. She her nephew L. C. Smith, )her slater gold key chain..and.create quite An Clerk of said Court
ere guests Augustine was had as her guest :Miss Martha Mrs. Mena McCuichon add Hy l.urllle C. Conner, n. R.
Iville of their aunt, Mrs. guest Sunday of Mrs, Carrie Ing- Haynes of Winter Haven. a furore among :young )ladles inlal8gua T. Frank TAndrum Fla.
a Ire cinri'rr roiHT.CHIIY. nnAieronDcOCY'rs tlt.rk"i
Mra. Eddy Gross, all of Jacksonville. 1111IN
The the Ally fur 4t
Madison. ram. ",, Judge gets FLUIII"1 1'\1 t'uav. f'-t.,
Mrs. J. E Futch Mrs. H. L.I credit Introducing a new fad, \ -
( Mrs. Guy Sale recently Mrs. Selma McCall of Orange Brownlee', Mrs. D. L. Thomas and: Dorothy IfodaeM., Plaintiff.. JiimeiiHodtfea. fiHri'''' cai'irr' "n"oR"
nd Into Starke and the blade
Miss Mary Weldon of Tallahassee young, Defendant. tense No. AOHt, 'OliMTY, l...(JRII."I IN CHAN
toe ,Park was visiting last weekend at Mrs. S. E. ORDER OK WHUIPATION 'KHV.nordon r
I from a business trip Sparks recently who didn't follow his suit with a <
spent last weekend at the AND NOTICE Tit AFFKAK Milter Plaintiff m.HeiolA .
Tenn. En route to( the home of her parents. Mr. and young Edmund Tenl)'. Jr., vlllited'l' home of her parents Mr. and I tall beaver hat just didn't stand STATE Ob'. KIAMIIHV, Janice Jeanette Hiilllvun.Sullivan Liefendunt.Cute I

It they were entertained Mrs. W. E. Thornton. Alachua County Ho pltal. Mrs. Steve Weldon. a chance fledges., whose residence In unknown No. HA7I.ORPKFl '

hi In Birmingham, Ala., by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sale of Mad- mund U still seriously 111 from InJuries It was about 43 years ago You are renulretl ht"o appear on :NOTICK OF PIlnWCATfONANO TO APPEAR

I !Mrs.( J. C. Naftel, who received in a: recent acci- Mrs L. E. Jordan and T. J Uncle Dob figures, that he saw December' I. 1IM7, In 1 : tmm STATIC OK FLORIDA tol Henalei.Tonnette
ison spent Sunday with ![r. and oil Court unit rouse wherein nlnln-. Hulllvan whoa reeldemwIa .
them with a delightful Mrs. Guy Sale. dent. Griffin spent Thursday of Ian the first automobile "tearing tiff seeks divorce Uradford County unknown" t

J party En!: route from week in Jacksonville as guesta of down" the single paved street In Telegraph, shall. pulillah. thla OrderIn You are renulreil, tn 'nppear on {
Mins Louise Byers spent last next four weekly leeuen. Hecemher 1, 147. In the above named .
lie. they saw many points Mrs. Eva Codora and Mrs. Good- Mr. and Dr. and! Mrs. C. C.. Mendoza. Lake City. The chain-drive "mon- Witness mv hnml and official seal, Court and cause wfeereln plaintiff
weekend with her
Vent. Including Chattanooga rich spent Wednesday of last week parents strosity" created such consternation "t Htarke, Florida thin October. 59, eeeka. divorce Bradford ConntrTelesraph
Mra. I. J. Byers, In Loexburg. She Harold A. Johnson a student al IU1! shall publish this OrderIn "
nit City. Tenn.nd with Mr. ana Mrs. W. B. Mundy.Mr. attended that Uncle Bob nays there COI"I"I..IAr.I'II'1AI.' ) A. J. Thonmn, next four weekly leeuea.Wit .
also the Stetson football I the University of Florida, was wasn't a horse In Might that hadn't AH Clerk of null/ Court noun mv hum and official Heal

Mrs. W B. Mundy; andr and Mrs. Jack Simmons of game in Deland. I visiting his mother. Mrs. W. N. wrapped Itself around somethingIn Ity oscine C. Conner, D. C.'Lath ''At Hlnrke, Klorldit. this October 1.1.li .
II I II. !Ixuiiflmi, Unlnenvtlti, Fin <7.
Miss Clair Jean Mundyd Montioach were guests Saturday W J. Dodd. Jr., of Pickens. I Johnson Sunday afternoon.Mr a panicky effort to get out of Ally for rir. to.at It.31i tOKKICTAI.1 ; SICA1.1 A. J. Thomii. .
the Junior League horse night of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson An Clerk of Maid Court.nv .
| Miss, was guest last weekend of and, Mrs. Hal P. Glllen and Its path. ritu-iir ,'. C.
t Orange Park Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews. Mr. daughter. Paula, were visiting relatives "The first car In Starke was rouvrir' FI.olln"1 IN "'...*V. Rivers A Andomon, (I Ireen CovettJ.Tforrifcr.

Hogan Dodd is building a new home In in Lake last owned by Dr. Francis, but Dr. ( ''JRV. Warner ? to-31 4t ti.it
E., F Miles and Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. Smith were City Thursday Mary IJJ. Moon( ; 1'lnlntlfrn.
the Pinehurnt sub divtsion of Wllla (a cousin of the Judge) and
. -
d spent Thursday R'I In Hawthorne Sunday sa guests of
Mrs.\ Edna disarm of Sebring others fell In line" he r.
and will
kille his mother, Mrs. R. H. Smith. Starke move permanentlyto
Starke when the house Is com Is a guest for several days of her recalls.

pleted.C. sister Mrs. Rule Whignam. Uncle Bob also remembers I. C. THEATRE

Webb early editor of the Telegraph FLORISunday

I Every Branch ofINSURANCE, G. Priest, Miss Jeanette Mrs Carrie Ward and Mr. and as a "rawbonlsh scrawny STARKE

Priest and Dan Priest attl'ndedNavy Mrs. John Uglow spent Monday In man" who later moved to Green

Day exercises in Green Cove Jacksonville. Cove Springs. He also recalls the & MondayForever-November_2. 3 :k

Springs Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dampier and "big freeze" of 1896 which destroyed -

Miss Nancy Knight of Galnes son, Billy were guests Sunday at North Florida's citrus Indus 1i
tp AmberAsa
ville spent last weekend. In Starke the homo of Mr. and Mra. W. T try. "Snow stayed on the groundall
H. C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE with her grandparents. Col. anti ZelRler and family In Jacksonville. j tiny first lie commented.The motion pictures. In

Mrs. D. E. Knight.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. P' W. Varnedoe Starke Uncle Bob said I, were 41" Linda Darnell) AMBER: t

PHONE 116 Dan Manning of St. Augustine and daughter Mary Lou of Pa- shown by "traveling people" who *. Cornel: 1 Wilde A,,14 Bruce Carllon "

Is upending this week with latka were guests Sunday of her stretched sheets between trees ana oil Richard Greene: _. As Lord Almsbury ,

Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Colaon. I father W. P. Smith. screen. Traveling pooplo also *" George: Sunders! -. AH King Charles III I

brought the first phonographs to Features: 1:05 :3:5 I; 0:13; J:32: 1*. M. I

Mr. and Mrs. One Wiggins and Mr. and Mrs Paul K. Sams and the fair city "They stood on the AD.MIHSKIAilultxj )N PH1CFSHe : 1
went Sunday to Jackson-: small daughter Martha Ann, "
family I$1.20r
street he said and
corners operated I'ntll 0 7 After 6 m.
vlxitecl' friends In Jacksonville last p. m. ; p. y
villa where they were guests at the gramophone.! It worked
\ ,all limed SHULLS ., II
weekend. Children (at )
the home of Mrs. Winglns' brother from cylinder records and you had ,

--.-- .. .. In-law and sister Mr. and' Mrs, Minn- Anne Scott of Greenville to put tubas In your ears to hear Also FOOTllA'LL TI and MEWS ? '

YOUR CAR wo have a new FOR SALE John Moyer. S. C., Is spending .IIevf'ral weeks the tiling." 0

T.CO(illation.auto radio Immediate. Mrs. Bill Graham returned Wednesday .' here as the guest of Mrs. Latrelle' Uncle Bob remembers whrnStarke' Tues. Wed.. Thui rill. Nov. 456RUTH !
A. low aa $43.60.IPHERD IONS! NEW 3-BEDROOM: residence, spreading oak trees were 'I
RADIO SERVICE:, Just completed. after spending several days LeRoy.
ft at Madison .abet., BtarkeI II>B "'11'1'1 P\IVr |J QAI Mrs hauled In by OK cart and the Red DEARWilliam
home of her sinter
at the ,
tf Wciiil-OloHB" $4 Kill.| White enamel Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Roberts were Men's Lodge (the city hall standson i
94 60 ...al. Other paint at low prleoe. E. A. Rowton in Sanford.
I LUMHKHi 1x6. 1x8 Izi 8x* Ix dinner guests Saturday of Mayor the spot now) served the county Holden. Joan C:a ul field. Billy DeWolfe I
FARM. 12, 160-170; Window. .;complete; I. P. Shepherd, Jr., of Barnes and Mrs. Charlie Brookln In as a courthouHe. He dimly recalls EdwardFri. I Arnold .
'BSS PROPERTY Plumbing Fittings; 44 In. Ply Wood! :: ',,, ::1DOUUI.E
Pine Flooring, ; Hook Shelve vide Ga., spent last week at the Gainesville. some of the disturbance created

FIMIOII LIME Whit. Cement, home of his parents Mr. and Mrs by the Lake Dutler-Starke .
Olunn Block, Band. Miss Reta Glasgow of Aber- Sat. Nov. 7-8 FEATURESAYGROUND". .:
ALSO Concrete Pipe; Concrete I.: P. Shepherd.H. elections to determine the court '
STRUT SELLS A.'u Block. all aloes; pipe step stones, deene. Miss., spent last weekend house location. Although Uncle DEVIL'S PL.,
houee. plere, floor; Cement; Rock L. Speer his daughter Ills I with her uncle and aunt Mr
Areatear .<..ril... .f eovnaropertr. Mortar )Mix, Steel Wlndowa: P.lnt Bob quit carpentering many years With Hopal, Cassidy f K#
'" H. Made over toil and Block Paint; Concrete Floor Betty Speer of Pahokee and Mla and Mrs. Calvin Johns. ago he did help to btilld the present onjt
| "''I'. or R.we.F.rtsen.y.n complete; Dump Truck Hauling. Ida Hentz of Miami were guests 1 ". OF
1I of courthouse some 42 or 43 JEWELS BAT FtANDENBURG 's i
hew all over taa One Skll-Saw, new I Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Knight .
I Free open. 11..1... LOTS! FOIL SALE $200 up SCO Sunday at the home of Mr. and Gainesville were visiting relativesIn years ago."
$20 In 1 cllv limit"
STROUT REALTY AGENCYRepreaented down mo. .;. Mrs R. A. Green. So Uncle Bob looked down Call '
4iRvFRII. (0.HA0tl fi Starke Tuesday.Mr ,1
THE RITZ Sa Sun. Nov. 1-2
nu \I..OI.U RMr.inMi.it.iii: .'>i. ro.J. St. the other day and salt!, "AIvarl'lI" t. [
Locally By ulINSURANCE Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Jones and
Mauri' lwarde: II
C. HOIXINGSUORTH and Mra. Chris A Koch store was there, and all THE YEARLING Also Western Serial & Cartoon

116 So. Walnut St. -I write a l 11 liner and. ; son. Ray of Denver for several, Colo days'visit arrived are spending some time In Starke that space was vacant, The Telegraph Continuous Shows Every. Hat. & Sun. from 1 p. m.i' .

fire, automobile, liability Monday and are located at the Hartman was there and It was va
life. See m* for your insurance with his brother-in-law and
n<>ed... N. D. Wainwright, Jr., 129 I Apartments. Mr. Koch Is a retired -
l"l RESAES, furniture of all upholstered kind.. reno-and W. Call St., Phone 164. tf sinter, Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd Navy Chief Photographer,

iuitieil Drop ua a card. WANTED i) experienced waitresses., and with his mother Mrs, and their home Is near Rochester! ,,
N. V, They are enjoying fishing
Fulatka, tft'LT
Fla. you.-Curuno'a. drill. 227 E. Main : InnerapringSHt:14IJ
XI. Ho, {anlnesvlllo Fla., Phone Recent guests of Mrs W. N. In the lakes of this section
g. P. HOWELL, spirit. 1H64-TV. tf
'"t, Medium and Healer. State I ... Johnson were Mr. and Mrs. E. E,
Mrs. Leila Mae Weeks
County IIc..n..... I tell you. FOR SAT-.K-f>tia blonde bed room Mr. and Mrs. managerof Mattresses
Luther Clark place 8 ml. N. ulte complete with spring. and Johnson son the Starke Hotel' recently spenta 1
|itark on Bd. 200 Look for nmtlr( i..... 'C. J. Holt all of Chattanooga. few days In Berlin Ga. She
.. tf Three-rruarter bad, spring and !They plan to spend the winter In :
niiittreH waa accompanied by her sinter! ,
tat.n Oils double bed complete.One Florida with relatives and friends), FORSINGLE
One I-room house. unnlshed drvvHer.One Mrs. W. J. Epperson.Mrs. .
h.d" ; one 4-room hou.e. fur could white cherry enameled coal or weod.anll'e. ..." ,.1,. "", ,., ." BEDS
Immediate poseeselon.In- Edward Burns, Mrs. Frank
It all Center 8t. Starke! .
.tp 11128 One set of porch furniture.One HOSIERY BARGAINS Plckard. Mrs R. J. Davis Mrs.

t. r.n'IIE 2-year-old field turea.full also bathtub with flx- Mattie Gahagan and Rev. S. W. Christmas Gift For The Family Regular Prfce

I an rbloomlnir plant.; overcholer One oak diningtable buffet. and all chain. ANKl.KTS-11 "..I.. -for 'I l. regular. Creasy attended the district meet 39.50Reduced
I varlellee; writ. forratalug i one hutment.Hlx 2Gn value For Infanta, gins orIndlen. ing of the Woman's Auxiliary at
One army
{.. with cocoa In color. block home with threebxdrooniH Assorted colura. ,, SPECIAL
L 'i?. Roan. N'ureerlea, P. O. Box room furnished Cedar Key Friday. To
unfurnished or
f Tvl.r. Texan" 4t 10131 furnleM1pg. and AniKS' HOfIC-4 l>alr. for ft. 8Vivalue.
with the above of eeml-nheer ...m.
II of land, on highway r 10.Hto Choice Mrs. Annie Laura Netiner of SENTINELCombination
FOR 6W acre fullHeam service
SALE M acre, well .. Urn rayon or
town rash and tftr.C'amph..lI. arrived, for
led and mo.tly all fenced good weight cotton. Fall ..had. e.MKN'S Tampa Tuesday stiv 29.50
a m. south un Highway -
i'Ual' lottatr and other hullPit" visit with her brother- .
,.. righttram ers! days'
:Near. mark. Reduced price 100. first hot on COTTON 8OX-.l ,
:* Mtanley'a Hanoh nIp 11-7 Medium weightUlongstyle in-law and sister Mr. and Mr. t
I, "' ",5'1". Writ. to owner *i>u .Iu" NOW IH TOE TIME!
rite" rwynn. f. o. Bo sou. SAL Fine a5coed-rnnner or .hort-eluetlo tcrp. Assort r. P. Shepherd and her mother,,
Fla 41 lO'Hl ed color TO GET
... 1111..1<'01"" .trawbsrry picnic. 16thoumtnd Mrs.\ C. T. Jonea.
V H and< you pull them.t -I MBNS DRESS BOX- pair for II. KtHelrntItaronl A NEW: XNK'
rjl truck earry-all!, !. T. Chapman It!. 1, Ho* 9. Han. Fine rayon long or
1.1 type< *:SOI; >. May Ire .._n on forrt 1., Fin Phone IHOW 11.7 ItpHOfBB 3 ehorl So value elaatlo. lop. A..eorted 'lUlorl.! N. N. Prevatt was In Worcester 1'laJf'r
3lnillnon Ht. Parked ..crowm are alight Imperfect Vfaaa., last week attending a conference Give A Mattress
Rest. End Orocery., Phon. n.. FOR REVT-Two "ory, F Please Ilftilery slate. aUea wanted.No B-Tulm Radio ",.' +e e,
pence R0x UJ Mtark. tf room t bathe. Two block* from of leading representativesat "
SALE poet office. .Party fumlehed ta-. COD'S. W. Pay Parcel Poet. the home office of The Massachusetts And Built-in r ;. For Christmas t
-1 mm Packett movie l If deelred. n.a""n.bl.20'
Tate. Hes-ular prlr $90. Eaet )lad I.on St. ItHB.NT Protective,Assn., and the Kiwr.l C'ahlnet TIIK PRACTICAL GIFT
P'lc.d at ISO for nulck sale.Ywe04 .- SECURITY SALES Paul Revere Life Insurance Co.
.Camera Gift Shop Fon : -Attractive, clean fur -Mahocany
10t unfurnlehed. anartmanta.very COMPANY
nlehed ""cl dose In. peelrable: location. Among those attending the Finish

REV'1: to well behaved 2'_ I.e.t. A1I7S:
-urnlnhed' apartment No objection P. O. HOT Homecoming game and other activities -

",1|>-.mH..... .qUlpped.oath and 4 porcha N.; electric Walnut Nho'v', !,., nrMSoi"w. M"d.r. 8y.Htarke. .. I K'fJ", .LLI"4 "'I'J" 'tJI.V.M In Gainesville laat. Sat O.N-L.Y -

Ktarke! R" and 14'... N. D.
11 : urday were: p. ; New Shipment of

..kit:''IIT Modern S-room fur- oT4: I.t 1111 brain .0,1 14 i Wainwright Jr., Mr. and Mrs. 139 50 '
wont/1 Reclining Chairs
not". hy week or month ft. 4H-ln cu.tom Wm. H. Thomson Mr. and Mrs. .
imi0"1 *'.t"a. Children wel- mad' boats at .anttitoffatarke. ; ii\ I TheBarber Lax Green and son, Buzzle. Miss
I ma cor. Waehlnnton Buy On LyfAtvay and Ottomans '.
La "'''rrrman' ., ..* from foot. I Madge Whlgham. Mr. and) Mrs.

C"Id.1 Itp7 TWO AUI'LTS'inside I Htarke desire' furnnhed or Inaldj: I col-anypopulated I Shop Fred Guy, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Plan For x.- FoR DADLimited

tags community Zi"h\ r I That Smith Jr., Mr. anil JoI.... Hogan
sfratlburnstkeroeenee)1 Tee, monthly rent. Rev Number Available An Pictured The Knipwn CfiSk'r'
Ir.t Htarke IIP Offers You Smith. Mr. and Mra. T. K. Mc-
T 1 \I 'I."".? eondltlon. S.. E. H. tendon P+ x II. .:.....-- lane Jr., Judge and Mm. F.. K. That Relaxes. Buy
-H Smith' Oar.... Itp r.- MORE
FOR SAf.t-F.I..ctrolulI. large .,..keroseneM. 'erryman, and Mr. and Mrs. A. _...."", ,,,. ,. ,, _,. ,....wee On The) I..)-Awa) Plan.

'r:,S.\LF N.at little neighbor Lull frigerat0r Mutt at Rarkedale'1tgtore.' In J. Thomas and family.Mr. .
? .grocery" and market locatedlltyhway mark. '.'KE UKNMARK'M:" IIKAIMlU.1ltTr.UH. Small Down I'aymrat.
200 Ju.t. Inelde cityortn ExpertnetMof /
n :'\ *"'1 and Mr.. Albert Reinoehlof
alxeP .
Starke. Right I'OW.
IILACK horse. sawed r.\IIY! TERMS!
.1. Service !
; *"ona. A. tip .n" Inlet
.tom."h.. Doctor's were guests Sat
r1lfbt. lto. 3U.. sack. a,lip brindi" colored bull yearling.being i
w 1 held I III Cay POlin" .I I Cleanliness And urday night of Mr. and Mrs. E.

,T]',rl''W.'m.n'""-nr black. handbag on Kln".I"y, he.cottair lama upon payment.of m.y oa 21..cl.lm;11-7; I Value M. Davis.. IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER ATJOHN

;-b1l.?' and Jackeonvlll. on Mid- P J. Shaw was recently appointed
g .0.,1. Finder notify I30( BRADFORDBARBERSHOP.
,'Jt4 inenr, |Rtr Phone 231.. Jacksoi, -Itoi'a Black.......billfold paper." eta nia.lnln 1010mon. to represent th* State Hotel
Pla.. II. I
R..rd for return ,0 Comtnlaalon on. state-wide "food H. DENMARK FURNITURE CO.
Coaway.a. 5....Ie"Station. L ;
'CI( U4J. JaW P.. Rowell liP handling party win
.o.t wheel. bas. Chevrolet. tr cfc. Jimmy Cacaos, Owner consist of Mr. Shaw )frs. Alien

at w tOndjG0ty motor and$500.pain C..b, Job.01'.trade.". FOR GALE -lo..r..b 10 agaaras ...b..to.1 secretary, and Russell Jackson PHONE 1S1 STARKE, FLA. !I'

r also l
rnrd .Idlntl'
asRsn.y car.McCartby Call IOt-J Stark.at H"11 or ,1$. W. H. :;ollm.n WiMadlwa i superrlaor. I

aprlags. ILP '. : '
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attended services last Sunday tor
visiting her slater Mrs. Rhoda I wish him lots of luck In improvement ley of Jacksonville spent Saturday Methodist of the MethodlBt(]
at Church.
has returned to her home' with their'grandparents., Mr. night for two years Ong
Dowling LawteyBy The who had extended' and
New RiverAND with Mr. and Mn. C. E. Andrews Mrs John F. Crew and sister- and Mrs. J. M. Bradley.Mrs. special pastor invitation to the Lodge a, friends who Were glad hili

Mrs Cason fell and hurt her arm in-law, Carolyn were dinner guests L. W. Murphy returned L. II. Futch used for his subject, "The Songof L. H. Futch 10 let
LONG BRIDGE while visiting.Mr. of the Lazenby's Sunday. Saturday from Ocala where she attended the
I Life". i dpa1a' conference
of the Aunt Belle Johns, who has been had spent a week with relatives. |hI
By Jeesie Lee> tAzenby and Mrs. O. B. Crews Cain
The C. R. Crews visited this
family week.
In bed for some time, is unable to The 0th Grade of the Lawtey
State Farm were supper guests attend church services, so Rev. Mrs Vance Geiger of Jacksonville Junior High School attended asocial friends in Green Cove Springs last Miss! Eunice
of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Moore and Wilkerson
Mr. and Mrs. Q. W. Andrewsand attended Fred Dodd and several people of spent Saturday night given by Rev. and Mrs. M., Sunday afternoon.Mr. lonvllle I. or J
Mr. and Mrs C. S3. Andrews church Sunday evening, then the community went to her home Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. H. Martin of Melrose last week. and Mrs. L. M. Sponholtz the home of spending: thll1Vtt
and held services with her Sunday Bradley. Mrs. Martin was Junior High and children of Jacksonville were her Plrents, 1Ci
enjoyed a birthday dinner Sundayat Albert Moody states that his afternoon. She is now making her Mils Ruby Jewel Thornton, teacher during the first part of visiting Mrs. Sponholtz' mother, Mrs B. L. Wilkerson,
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy strawberries are "tops" but Alvin home with Mrs Fronle MoOdy George W. McAllister of Jackson- the term of school here. Mrs. G. Mrs. W. H. Norman, who is recuperating two miles west of Lawt Who

Andrews In Starke. It was Guy's Kite says he "can't brag" on his E. C. Priest has not been doing ville visited Mr. and Mrs. P. S. W. Robert accompanied the young at the home of her Mrs. Pearl Carnpbeq y.

birthday. since so much water has stood on so well tha past few days. He Crews and Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sel- people to Melrose and H. C. Kelly brother O. J. Phillip Lake City last

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Moody and them. doesn't feel too badly, but his lers last weekend. furnished transportation Henry Bohannan and son, Glenn, husband, who fc SUnday Vlaltinl

son report a nice weekend in Was Ida Merritt visited her eyesight seems to be failing him. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snyder of I I The Lawtey PTA met in called of Green Cove were guests of Mr. veteran's hospital.a Patient h
{ Jacksonville.Mrs. nephew, Lout Drake, in the Or. This worries him to the extent Jacksonville were Tuesday over- session last Tuesday night to arrange and Mrs. H. C. Crews during the The Woman's
Mary Cason, who had been! lando hospital recently. We all that he lies in bed more than he night guests of the latter'. brother to buy a refrigerator for the week. tlan Service Society of
did. and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. cafeteria. It was decided to buya Rev. C. M. Worthington' of Bald- Church last met at the!Met,
Eustace Lee Kelly of the U. ofF W. O. Engram. 20 ft. box.Members win was in Lawtey for a short the Week of Monday 10 lib

WE HAVE RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF spent. the weekend with Ms Mrs._ B.u W. Glass has been_00 visit. of the Masonic Lodge time last Tuesday. He waa pas- able program.Prayer Wllb a

Brinley Steel Beam Turn Plows parents.Mr. ing relatives' Panama city since
and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins and last Saturday -- -----=:--

7 Inch Steel Beam $13 8 Inch Steel Beam S13.75 Mr. and Mrs. Reddish Andrews Mrs! Nettle Williams of Jack

11 Inch Grove Light 2-IIorse $16.75 attended Gainesville the Homecoming gameIn sonville spent several days during
Saturday. this week with her brother and /her Z9e7
The Joe Forayths of Long BridgeIn sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs A. C.
We Carry A Full Line of Brinley Parts at ( Union County) have moved to Davis

Reasonable Prices Lake Butler. Mr. Forsyth worksIn Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers
a drug store and Mr. Forsyth and family of! Live Oak were over- ,
T. L. WAINWRIGHT & SON Is now employed at the State night guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.

Lawtey, Florida. Farm. Chambers Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Dyer and Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher were $ [

son Freddie of Lake Butler visited n recent_____ visitors___u___! of n _Mr._u and__ Mrs. rkAK .
the; z bYS''; afternoon. W. T. Fisher In Atlanta. Ga., hav-
There will be a "house warming"at ing returned home last Tuesday.
NOTICECold Ira Merrill's Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Markham
They have moved into their new have had as their guests since Friday !- wia''
r house which adjoins the store. of last week Mrs. J. B. Hodge .
Little Jackie Johns fell at the 'and Mrs. N. L. Moore of Lecanto.
Weather Is Coming school Tuesday and hurt her arm. Mrs .Hodge and Mrs. Moore are u ry
We hope she doenn't have to suffer sisters of Mr. Markham. r
Mr. and Mra. W. N. North and -
too long or lose any time from '
R PLACE YOUR ORDERS school. their son, Billy, were among the

Mrs. Ula Holllngsworth of Ft. spectators at the "Gator Growl"in
i NOW 'xa White was visiting her sisters. Gainesville Friday evening. Ann Page Foods offer a combination /0M !
.? Mrs. T. H. Sheppard and Mrs. E, Correction: Through a typo- hard to find these days Jt
In announcing the
graphical error
w .'....., ., C. Priest, this week. fine
FOR :; ,{; \"- birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. J. really quality at worthwhile p
Densil Thomas of CToral
Mrs. Leslie Bradley of Winchester, Ky., savings. They're so down-
} City and Mrs Romie Johns of the date was given as September right food-all 33 of them-that .
KEROSENE & FUEL OIL ::: Jacksonville were visiting their 4. The date should have been
mother Mrs. Belle Johns, last we offer your money back if youcan't
....*". printed a October 4. ,
weekend. ,
agree "Ann Page I. Your '
:\ AVOID I *! ,A,, Belated news: Wilford Johns, Best '
: Ann
j Two New 4-H Huy".Try Page this week.
.A.. ; son of Mr. and Mrs. Smith Johns, .... .
r ,- la home now, out of service. While For Girls Started
a The Last, Minute Rush ; stationed in Arlington. Va. he mar

ried Miss Florence Johns of Illinois Organization meetings: for 4-H ST."e.
*r' We Guarantee Quick Delivery And "*" last March. They plan to''Clubs for girls were held recentlyat SHOP AT STARKE'S NEW .

make their home here and perhaps the Rising'and Vamlerblltschools STORE- 300-302 EAST CALL
{Will Have Ample Stock For All farm. with Miss Madge Whig-

1 Customers This Winter Fonnle Crews has purchased the ham, Home Agent, in charge. -I
Carl Wynn farm and the old Er- The following officers were elected -
vin Renfroe place, together with by the Vanderbilt club: President Snowdrift t 3 Ibs. 1.09 lona TOMATOESNO.

the Wynn cattle. Betty June Norman; Vice ; ,
K.G.DUNCANSTANDARD The congregation of the Long President, Margie Loretta Kelly; .. .. :2 CANS

Bridge Christian Church had a Secretary, Mary Louise Johnson.
Hallowe'en party Thursday night. Kathryn Kelly was elected Presl- Wesson Pill pt 42c 2 For 27c

rt OIL PRODUCTS Welners were roasted and served ,lent: of the Rising club with Lillian ,
with slaw and punch. Gomes were Thomas, Vice President, and -
Phone 85 or 55! Starke, FJB.tJA enjoyed and everyone had a won- 10"Ann Norman, Secretary.

derful time. .." Lava Soap,3for' ::-:2itrl.'g ateIJ'clock

/ Providence Mr. and Mrs.have Kirby moved Ellison into the of REAL ESTATE Coffee

I house of Miss Ida Merritt, which List your property for sale .n -
':t' f Y the Meadows Anderson family re- with me. I have sold many ENCORE PREPAREDSpaghetti 2 Ibs. 77c
WATERI vacated.State. pieces of property and have
. SAVE cently
1 : -g'. many prospective buyers. A 15 3-4 oz. l 10c I
... R\.. square deal Is guaranteed. A a.a
\.1 STOP THAT WORKI fair commission Is all that I require .- ,
; ':.C.. FarmBy As a member of the I ; WHITE HOUSECondensed

'. .," !'(loio1"1. ,'X.j.l; (...' Realty Board you may be ANN 2 For
I I ,i.j-- Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld PAGE BEANS MIlkC
.' assured that I will represent J
\ \ "4b.MM
...... you to the beat of my ability i
I ,-. 't:.'. ,..,. ', -'". .. ? If -l Cella and George Manassa Jr., N. D. WAiNWRiairr. an. In Tomato Sauce 25 14 Oz. 23c

i # .." :' "! .tiaPM I ( 1l"1tPJ of Jacksonville have been with RealtorI IPhone 154 j jCL1AMI1 .
: ql( Mr. and Mrs.
their grandparents
[ :i\
31St! THI" W. O. Stringfellow this week.

it ;; : 'laundry j home En route In Valdosta from ,Ocilla Ga., Mr.to their and CHOICE MEATS Fresh Fruits & Vegetables

M.V.. Anhurst were over-
D, (1 Mrs. Sunnyfield Cooked Hams
B" ... ,
i ",. night guests of Dr. and Mrs.
... !' Half or Whole lb. 62c GRAPEFRUIT He
< I SiU Murray Jr., Saturday. 2 for -
'; ALL: 110 ,
tea and baby
P. Turney
.wO..1I Mrs. John
r.. D 0. :'WASttDA'I: tll"" :" ,NO.1" 'WArIR'.1r.'J John P., Jr., of Jacksonville spent Day HERMAN'SSkinless BANANAS Ib. 12c
< QAUONS several days during the past week I Weiners 34c ,
", wt7N with Mr. and Mrs. C M. Turney.
I, Little Mary Carol Turney, who DELICIOUS
AT ITS BEST Rib or Brisket Beef -. 31c
with her grandparents -
had been here APPLES 2 Ibs. 33c
for a longer period, returned The life Your Clothes FLORIDA DRESSED & DRAWN -
v.t. home with her mother and baby Depends On The CARE
Fryers lb. ICEBCRQ
brother Thursday. They Receive. All Gar- 65c
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Stringtellowwere : ments Carefully HAND 2 for 27c
dinner guests of Mr. J. M. Finished White Bacon, lb. 49cLETTUCE, -

t. : Brownlee In Starke Sunday at 2*
noon. 'IION 109 T-Bone Steaks lb. 69cCELERY, -
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Rivers andchlldron s ,

Sarah and W. S. Jr., and 2lc
i .ewes111E Field] PEAS 2 Ibs. -
Pork Liver lb. ,
Auburndalewere 39c
Miss Venie Colton of e
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. C. D.

Sellers and of Mr. and Mrs. P, S. Lamb Shoulder 41c Green BEANS, 2 lbs. .37C
Crews last week-end. :Mr. and EANER J
Mrs. Rivers and Spencer Crews attended WEFT
." the home-coming football Fresh Mullet, lb. 20c
r game In Gainesville Saturday.!, 110 Washington St.. Starke POTATOES, 3 Ibs. 25c_
Clinton and Jack Wayne Drad-

Alwe4- d ex 0 Ann Page Salad Dressing pt.33c
From where I sit_. y Joe Marsh; ,

.. ,

M Sam's a \ 3lbs. 99c II j Ann'Page Grape Jam ss 45c

Patrimony Expert ,-

We'll ahow you the amazing machine I Ann Page Peanut Butter G4 31c
that takes the work out of washday! Sam Abernathy never intended to and his mellow flags ef beer and s.3

See us set the Bendix dial-add some be a matrimony expert but he bit pipe at the end of a long day. Iona Flour ., ---

aaap! -then step away! Without touching the nail on the head the other day From where I alt that prescription

i UNOiX the Bendix again it does the wash when he said would apply to most human Ann Z3c
CLOTHK SAVES from start to finish! It washes clothes "What marriage really needs is relationships. Criticism rarely 231IM. 1.79 I Page Ketsup, 14 oz. -

NOT WAT III amazingly clean-damp drys them more open minds and a lot fewer rouses anything but resentment. .
tltTIMS,/ for line mouths." But an open mind-whether it's
ready or dry.r-and you never open
r SOAP put a hand in waterlDon't Sam may not think much of his. applied to a woman's choice of Ann 23c:
hats,or a husband's preference for Page Orange Marmalade
miss the Bendix Demonstration missus choice of hats or her habit
a pipe and a moderate glass of beer
' Come in now I of serving watercress and cream RED CHEEK _=
or two-leads to the conclusion
cheese salad. But he ket'pe."
mouth shat (I mean,he Just uses It that there's right on both sides..1'niltJ .

\ to eat the ..W). Art the m.. t Apple Juice: A
..,Mt**tritMns Sut's sJteUiM : ., -IfJ_. .'
that wereat ckalr before the fro, 15c
224 TEMPLE AVENUE pts. fa
Owaed I'm
Operated> hy The Ores Atlantic nftOe
Co"-JH1. Slant Brewers FfunJotio* SOO-SO* E. CALL STREET STARK R't


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Presbyterian ChurchNext to take part In a nix-church Westminster . .. . .. "J

Rally and supper from 6
brchNews Sunday morning at 11 to 9 p. m. The group will! assembleat Hampton Rising Old Time REVIVAL SERVICESAt

o'clock Dr. J. W, Kaufman, tho church at 4 p. m. Those
of the' First pastor who plan to go are asked to notify By Mrs. M. C. S"'PC'neyLWWE'F.'IJ By Mr. Edward Norman The Pentacost Holiness Church

| Presbyterian Miss I
al In Progress Evelyn Stump before e e e e e e e eMRS.
Church wlll deliver his second On Tenth Street Back of Bus Station

oliness Churche sermon on 'The Creeds of Chris noon Cottage Sunday.Prayer Meeting On ".\ FfN AU-K l.. NORMAN ', .,-. t
tendom". The of Jesus Don't forget to come out to the
services are now Wednesday at 8 p. m., at the homeof This community WAS saddenedBy Come hear the limprl preached. In Its' fullnrn In noulntlurlng -
revival Pentecostal Christ Into the life of the world Mr. and Mrs. Ellery M. Davis, Hallowe'en Carnival tonight, at the death of Sirs Alice E. Norman mf..HaKf... Hour the Lady Kvungcllxt. whom God
at the la a highlight of history. AU the school. Good eats,
,88 corner Tenth and Temple Streets. spooky wife of W. M. Norman. Shu ha ritlliHl from the clews life to the pulpit.
Church on 10th Street Christian Creeds stress the importance program Elmer, the educated I
was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs
bus station. Meetings of the advent of Jesus horse, and a mysterious fortuneteller SERVICES NIGHTLY AT 7:30 P. M.
the Methodist ChurchRev. J. A. Tyler of Lawtey and was
This sermon will stress the importance a lovely art exhibit will be '.
I nightly at 7:30: o'clock, I reared in Alachua County.She SUNDAY 11 :00 A. 11. & 7:30 P. M.Ve .
of that great event and on display In the school library, .
at n a. m- and W. J. Churchwell pastorof was married to Mr. Norman t
(Sundays show some of the effects It haa with masked maidens In attend
the First Methodist Church will in June 7, 1919 and they made. I
had on Individuals and nations. ance. Come out and have the best
speak Sunday morning:, Nov. 2, at their home at Lake Wales until
to "hear School In the fun of the I
blle Is Invited Sunday chapel at year! It's for old and
11 o'clock on the topic. "Bread 14 years ago when they moved
9:45. and those In-between.
whom God has young
evangelist That Satlsfleth .
Not" Holy Communion to the Rising section.
om the circus life to the Some of the young people of the will be administered at together this Hallowe'en at u w \
Besides her husband she Is
Hampton School!
church will go to St. Augustine both
morning and evening ser
by three SOI\.l9. Edward Norman
vices. MRS. WADSWORTII!' of Klaslmmee and Domry .

Youth Fellowship meets at 6.13: ENTERTAINS and Leon Norman of Starke, a : '.
\ \ M>rlallze In rrfger9ton4 washing -
for a delightful snack and a periodof The October meeting of the brother, Alvin Tyler of Staiko, |
jneral Electric AppliancesSECOND recreation. A very helpful Ladies Council of the Christian I and two grandchildren. machines, toantern, fana, waffle

program has been arranged.The Church, was held Wednesday of 'if. irons, vacuum clc.nem, Irons, etc. I
Sunday evening service will last week, at the home of Mrs. Mrs. Maggie Norman was called
be. in charge of the young peopleof G. P. Wadsworth. Sixteen members to the bedside of her son-in-law, I "Where{ A Guarantee Means Something"STEWART'S I

TO NONE the Church and the Junior > enjoyed the program, the Ed Drlggers of Llthla this week. APPLIANCE SERVICE
Choir will DP featured. The pastor theme being: "What the Bible says We all wish him a speedy recovery. -
603 Ave. Box 61 Starke Fla.JOYNER'S .
about the Temple
will Install the workers and all officers Holy Spirit.
of both groups of the Youth After the devotional and business Mrs. Muriel Norman of Kl slm.

Fellowship In a candlelight ser- period which was led by the mee was visiting W. M. Norman
vice of consecration. This. will bea leader, :Mrs. J. P. Johnson and 'and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norman

very inspirational worship. The ,the secretary Mrs. L. Seley Mrs. Tuesday.
young people cordially invite the Wadsworth, assisted by Mrs. J. MARKET )
It pays to buy the best. All our appliances public to attend. Come and encourage -'C. Wynn served open-faced sand Fresh tack of excellent typewriter -
them. I wiches, chocolate block cake, can ribbons at THE TELE '
Prayer meeting Wednesday night dles and fruit punch GRAPH. 225 S. WALNUT ST. STARKE. FLA. 'I I
ar'e sold at nationally advertised
\ at 7:30 o'clock. You will enjoy Out of town members Included RIIODA DAMPIER F. G. IIEMINGWAY ;

the discussion. Mrs. E. S. Sibley, Theressa: Mrs OWNER GROCERY SIDE MGR. MARKET
prices. You can buy from us as cheapin W. R. Durden and Mr*. Fred Dodd yOUDIDN'T
At The TabernacleDuring Keystone Heights. TAKE TODAY :
T' ;
Starke as anywhere In the Nation. SUNDAY SCHOOL PARTYMr. CAN NEVER BE TAKEN OQiS .
the absence of the Sponsors -
and Mrs. J. O. Adklns' home TOMORROWNOW
of the Tabernacle. Mr. and
east of Hampton was the scene ofa
U the time to get
Mrs. J. T. Quigley the services
Your ONLY Exclusive Authorized
delightful party, on Wednesday
have been under the direction of MUMF3 of those growing
G. E. Appliance Dealerof night of last week when the Intermediate Youngfitem. You don't have to
the assistant Mr. R. J.
of Sales Parts and Service In TERMS Gomes. The regular pastor schedule Is Class cf the Christian buy expensive Cameras or Pro '33 BLEACH BEEF STEW

Starke. being maintained and nine services Sunday School with their teacher, Jectors to make movie of your
are held each week. Miss Betty Jean Adklns enter own. We will rent them to you 12c Qt. 20c lb.

The Tuesday evening Bible study tained. for .a very mall fee and your
study was under the leadership of; Outdoor games were played and only Investment III the film.
G. J. McGRIFF Mr. Clarence Melton, who used delicious refreshments nerved. Six Como in today for further MXIK LILY CHUCK STEAK ,

for his topic the First Psalm. teen young people were present. Information :
Ij3 Temple Avenue Phone 72 MRS. DIAL HONO.Um Hollywood Camera or 40c Ib.,

Revival Will Begin Mrs. Omard Parker and Miss I and Gift Shop 5 Ibs. 49c
--- dinner
MargareDyal gave a lovelv
At Kingsley Baptist I last Saturday night; : -t -the- I I Call St. at R. R. Starke I ONE YEAR OLD

An old-fashioned revival meet- home of the former honoringtheir I ALL DRINKS !
Mrs. David ,
Ing will begin at the Kinsley mother Dyal on HOOP CHEESE

Lake Missionary Baptist Church her birthday anniversary.Those 95c Case

next Sunday, Nov. 2. attending were: Mr. and G5c Ib.COUNTRY.
Bro. W. W. Bishop will preach Mrs. John H. Parker Mr. and Mrs. I.

\ / 0I each evening .at 7:30: and the :David Dyal and children, Mr. and EXPERTSERVICE CAMPBELL'STOMATO ':i '
public is cordially Invited. Mrs. Carl Brown, Mr. and Mrs. '.
I Herschel Parker and daughter Mr.
Christian ChurchBev. and Mrs. Roy Roarke Mr. and SmokeSAGE h
Mrs. Russell Dyal all of Hampton,

M. Dixon and Elmer Lewis of Starke. lOc Can 65c lb. :

than itsleaning Sunday School-10 a. m. Jack Hodge, Recruiting Officer
Morning Worship-11 a. m. Merchant Marine and Mrs. Hodge, LABOR l' :

Evening Service-7.30 p. m. of Miami, have been recent visitor. Chuck ROAST '
PrmyetMeeting Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Powell. Lima BEANS I'

7:30 p; m. Mr*. Ernest Hunter! and children -
Next Sunday morning the pas of Pompano are visiting Mr. 2 lb. ''pkg. 58c 38c l Ib.Sausage '
tor's topic will be "Valley of De- ;i
and Mrs. George W. Saxon.
That well-groomed cision", and at the evening hour Chas. C. ,
Mrs. A. Weatharsbee of Bran-
look he will speak on "Going to Meet
well-suited ford recently visited her sister, Meat' '
metic- God." Everyone should hear these ShepherdAt Black-eyed Peas 'I
depends on Mrs.-T. J. Alderman.

ulous cleaning. We sermons. Miss Betty Horne returned on Gay's Service Station 2 lb. pkg. 49c 45ab1t; : '
give your suits fastidious IN MEMO.RIAMMrs. Sunday afternoon to Tallahassee

t r e atment Fred A. Scott where she will resume her Freshman ..
removing all dirt and Oct. 30, 19U Oct. 30, 1947 studies at Florida State University "..

Odor preserving both The years have gone; cherished after spending the weekend il
the fabric and the press. memories have not. with her parents Mr. and
service -F. A. Soott and Mr. and Mrs. :J. W. Horne
always.We are at your Mrs. Wilbur Scott. Raleigh Brannen moved a large One Custom Mad e ::1

house from Camp Standing last
Maximum DiscountOn week and It Is now located on .

Main St., where Raleigh and his .
Taxes Given family plan to move In the near MATCHING PILLOW

PHONE 135OJT During NovemberProperty future.
Andy Wall of Webster,.visited
315 owner who want to frfenhere last "Thursday. Mr. 4;
With Each Set Tailored Seat Covers
take advantage of the maximum i Wall was formerly located here
KEEN, Temple discount allowable may do so by! when he was> employed as Signal I
Owner paying their taxes during the I MaIntainer for the Seaboard Rail 'p

Ave. month of November.The .
tax books road.Mr. During Only
State and County and Mrs. R. F. Touchtonof
1 and a four per 1
will open Bell visited the M. L. '
will be allowed on Watter.'I
cent discount son family last Wednesda 'I
during that month. The discount
taxes In December Mrs. 1+ L. Bedenbaugh has been
ls three perecent
two percent In January, and pending the put week In St. STARKE SEAT COVER COMPANYCOURT '
M t4r .- /a one percent In February. Petersburg where she visited her
brother. Clarence Newsom. who Is
The books will close on
1 and penalties: will be added for quite Ill In a hospital there. MAIMHON STREETS

ey taxes still unpaid after that date. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Collins
a eIN / have as guests, Mrs. Collins'
-=-- : daughter-in-law Mrs. Bobble

Johns and little daughters. Carol

and Peggy. > Our Hirer in 4earsjears

D-O-N-U-T-S Mrs, Ann R. Guy Is spending

several days In Lake1 City with,
her son-in-law and daughter. Mr.1
tHtS P and Mrs. Wallace M. Joplin. Great

a. Mrs. Ola M. Perkins Is attend

Ing the principals meeting in t
Gainesville this week.
wfaiF rfi' Dr. E. H. Shafer left last week
for a visit to New York City.

The life of yourlalleue'en Mr.'and Mrs. H B. Wiggins and

family recently visited relatives
Party In Macclenny. .

Harold Sibley of Hialeah Maurice '
for quicker, easier cooking! and Shirley Seley of Cltra. visited e
FOB TABLE their mother Mrs. Llnnie Seley

You, too can really enjoy Come in today and see DECORATIONREFRESHMENTS over the weekend. ') .) v) .'.

cooking with this"Pyrofax" all 48 features
aa-oper.t.d range. The houaewifewenteinemodensStagicChefrangeilluetrated about thele over Sunday James Pickren of > r
range DESSERTS Gainesville. Both young men attend r
especially designed for advaatageaof"PyrofRaalowcoat the University of Florida. r1

with"Pyrofax"gaa.Moderorefrigera'om.speedy cooking for cookmg-w.ter. O.\MES High Mr.Springs and Mrs.recently Albert visited Stringer Mrs of 66 Solid Carloads of Food Bargains!

ire your kitchen with Stringer's niece Mrs Marvin Williams.
the Magic Chef and Place Your Advance
'Pyrofax" gas combiJr gn Order NOW At Don McMahon of the Merchant 3 Big r Oct. 30
tiom r-yeu'U thank 4c> j
yourself 3 times a day. OAS SERVICE :Marine. now stationed at St.Petersburg 1 Oct. 31
Lappe Bakery Saturday. visited friends here on L 5

entral Florida Gas & Appliance Co. 312 W. CALL ST. I Mr. and Mr. H. D. May and Days! Nov. 1
Mr. and Mrs. 'Claude May were

Phone 3391 Trenton F'a'' For rhnnn Free Delivery 18 recent visitors, to PalaUta. Ask JU. ...... For 4-Pag Color Prlco list!
LOCAL AGENTst'ytaspw. Miss :Betty Burling of Jackson
. CO.
T. SIIULL PLUMBING relative here
-- --" ville visited Sunday
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(OFFICIAL, SEAL) A.T. Thomas Cedar.
Sonny Is Grateful Leo R. Miclette An Clerk of said Court. v, ''or..
Coach Discusses Funeral ServicesFor Hy Lucille C. Conner I>. C. You at,? ,.
Death Confirmed T. Frank Lnndrum SKirke., Fla. November ""I",'1 o
Expanded Athletic Mrs. CrosbyAt Atty. for Plf. 10-24 4t 11-14 plaintiffC u e !cxuiantlon

Mrs. Pauline Conway Micletteha of t 'I .. e,
At Rotary Corinth ChurchMrs. .
Program iv: 'II..I..T ('ol'nT. nntitrnnnM'Y. Pointy T, "areea
,. xC received official notification rile FLO.UU1: IIIA\ Order In "?. ''hal' lit
Head BUS Coach) and Athletic Nellie Evelyn Crosby, 80. rv from the Adjutant General In <;KHV.Mllflred; 'VI,... ANlyky'

Director N. Carson Geiger was widow of the late Albert Sidney C Washington that her husband, Leo Michael De De.!Malo Malo, Defendant., Plaintiff,Case vn. 22 seal, 1U47 at 1'1", ,. '"14'idu 55 It and. ,,

principal speaker at the Rotary Crosby, died Saturday morning at R, Miclette. who was reported No. 11061. (OFFICIAL !
Club Wednesday describing the the home of her son' L. A. Crosby presumed dead 'on Dec. 16, 1949: OTtn'KR NOTICE OF PUBLJCATtON1AND TO APPEAR A8 Clerk a. n.' "II 1, ,
expanded program of athletics now near Starkc She had been UI hall been officially reported killedin STATE! OF FLORIDA to-: Mr.lIftclla..1 fly Lucill rtAt

being developed at the school, and for only a few days before het action with the U. S. Army In address Da Is Malo: 63 ,Ilnana whose. Vista residenceanil Road, T Yet r PlfnUrumnHiskq

the new plan of community recreation death Hurtgen Forest Germany, on Dec. Itl4kIAdv.

for the summer months. Mrs. Crosby the daughter of 13.: 1944. .)

Geiger stated that whereas until Mr. and Mrs Fernie Edwards, wan tfL The change of status from "pre-
recent years the school fielded born on April 4, 1867 at Providence sumed dead" to "killed In action"

only a football: team it In now near Lake Butler which is baaed on burial Informationfrom

also. stressing basketball and base was then in Bradford County. She the commanding general of
ball, and It Is hoped to eventually had lived near Starke for 60 the European Theatre the mes- t7 ,

r add track for a completely well yearn L Sf sage stated.iv -

rounded program The program known an Grandma ?
will be designed to Include the Affectionately Crosby, she had been an active l COIN rmriir".''", FLOIUUtl oinr.. IIIUDFOHH IV: <....\:\1. Halloween without refreshments 'ts like a sheet withsuk.ehtq TI
greatest number of boys, the coach ('Kit V. So even if you're not giving a Halloween party,you'll '
member of Corinth Baptist Church Olive Orvln Dlneker. Plnlntlff ve want to have something on hand to hand out to visllllraI 1
stated and games will be for the pant 57 years. She was Robert A. DlHtkvr Defendant. Cane something simple like these snacks "
uled for B squads both in foot. active No. 6944
always willing to take an ORDER OF PlTrfLJCATIOVANI
ball and basketball, so that more part In the activities of the church NOTICE TO APPEAR SOME PUNKINSIFor MAKE IT HOT FOR GU
students will bo given an oppor- her health would I STATE UK FLORIDA to: Robert miniature jack-o-lanterns Here' drink that'ii
as long as per
V r Hiker. whoa residence last away
that delicious as they are shoo '
tunity to piny. mit. She!) will be greatly missed I known i : In %i Mrx W. E. MontgorM-- are CH ED-O Halloween 'Iver. .
When the new playground- and School I ery Falrforewt. Hpnrtanburir, H, C. decorative use tangy hair-rallMra: To
In her
; Sunday You are required to appear on BIT from the A&P. Form this cup of unsweetened
park is completed Starke will work. November 24th 1947 In the ,above smooth,orange-colored cheese food woe. add Jh cup of II1J1d
q have' almost an Ideal set-up fora She Is survived by two daughters Thank' your God, named plaintiff court seeks and divorce cause custody wherein and i i into balls about. GRAPE JUICE and 2\1 rid\ A
community-wide recreation of child. Bradford CountyTelegraph /' ... sire of a wall lugar Mix well and heat
year-round support ? '
Geiger stated An ":Mrs.. Beulah Kelly and Mrs. h r For friends we meet ; hall publish this Order ,:!! "* nut; insert whole warm enough to drink till)
program Alvarcn both of Starke and ; y ,
Britt ; : In next four weekly I ImueR.Wltnana I'' _doves for- yss, with lemon dices.
Attempt' will be made to organize six W. T., C. C.,, L. A., my hand and official seal and mouth
sons rWitlf.ycn: help.w nose ;
: ...,. v at Starke Florida this find of
t, f. "twilight" soft ball league for O. E., and Floyd Crosby, all of ;:: ,: ; : ,,. 'II,, October 1947.40FFICIAL tick each ball on GOOD GOBSUN1
adults this summer he said. Starke, and Rev. C. A. Crosby, ? "/I',s m:on my feet ;. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, '. pretzel stick,andserve Hungry hobgoblins playbok.
Nf'wout Site (I&"ookel'l"ortyfodr grandchildren 7;,, r ,' An Clark of said Court with sandwiches. Speaking cookies, so be sun to htZuu
Lucille C. Conner D C
\ 1 By
J. H. DuPre, president, announced and 22 great grandchildrenare ?! '''' ''''''''''''f.'A'':'" : .' John J, Henderion, Enq, St. Aacm- of sandwiches CHED-O-B1T In the ) come H lmni!
.i1lt';.'; "YJ. .,,: j.a ., :; tins, Fla. softened and mixed with ketchup, make 6 dozen ginger coo J
that members of the Rotary also included among her sur' : :" "r- :' =" .', Atty. for Plf. 10-24 4t 11.14 mustard or Worcestershire sauce 8 cups of A&P I SCNNYntl: 11,
Club will be asked to spend next vlvors. ",. 1 .. for bread. :
makes grand
jtr:: .',..,. 'I'" '. :1 .:v CIRCUIT COURT, BRADVOMD a FAMILYFLOUR,
at the tract of land that < JI'U"
add \
Thursday Funeral services were held from ; ,, 2J' : COUNTY FXOHIDtl CHAMCBRY. Try measure; "
' was recently offered for the the Corinth Baptist Church Mon- rJ ; .. : '- :,' I>>: "': :;.:;..' j tsp. soda, 2 tbsps. fl,
beeps Murray, Plaintiff v e. Johniurray. lOLl FOR KISH lOLLS
sugar, 1H
yy Starke Boy Scout Troop" to use o'clock No. .
day afternoon at 2 Defendant. Case 608$
the salt and
Smiling face will take placeof 1% .
It U located on a smajl.lake near with tha Rev. C. F. Padgett of. Reproduced above Is. the\card that grateful:, Sonny, HesS .sent out ORDER AND NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO "APPEAR false! faces when small fry spy ginger! i.llttagam.tape

Brooker. Rotarians as sponsors4fi Brooker' and the Rev. L. D. Halneqof to all friends who have come to his aid during! Decent,trying periods STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr. John sandwiches made like this Cut Heat % cup molasses -
asked to hit ; Iturray. whose residence tfndre.n adz
the Troop, are being Starke'offlclatln&. AAPVoVen-fresh MARVEL to boiling point ud
help construct a log ,shelter at Active' pall bearers were her I of hospltallzatlon. Sonny la the Victim 'of alrare kidney IUeease town. In South: 1812 Carolina.Front Street, Osorg.t FRANKFURTER ROLLS. you over H eup ihorteninj.A

the 'site so that meetings Can be end doctors said three that he wouldn't live to reach Ilerround You are required to appeal on November would a loaf of bread, making ingredients and mix well
bad weather when grandsons, W. C., and Forrest yean ago 21, 194T. In the above named the cuts about %-lnch apart and into roll 2" in diameter;
.tJeld "there I Crosby'Herbert Alvarez; Randolph birthday. However, thanks to the favorable Florida climate Court and cause w'hereln' plaintiff not quite through the bottom crust. 'waxed paper and chill thom
leeks divorce. Bradford County
outdoor meetings'are impossible. Crosby, H. B. Kelly, and William Bonny Is now "getting along fine" and expects to celebrate his fifth Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Separate the sections a bit, and Storein t'efrllfCrator.When
Scoutmaster E. T..8hu'lr'4'eacrlb- ,Crosby. next four weekly Inauan.Witneaa fill each one with your :favorite cut in thin slices and balsa
well suited ti ScoutIng birthday on Christmas Day at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.B. mv hand and official I seal sandwich spread. crate oven,350()'F,8tolOn
ed the site as > .
Honorary pall bearers were Rev. BT. Hess, on Hampton Lake. I I nt Stai-ke, Florida, this.; October. 21,
activities and predicted great ,S. E. Sparks. Arthur McRao.. Lawton 1047. ...
'Interest on the part of the boys ; --i.exC '
," Crawford, n, A. J. ;
4k In developing the new camp. I 1
Thomas, Lem Brown, Calvin
Ward and Howard Brown.
Lake Of County Interment was in the family

l Are Restocked lot In Dyal Cemetery under the

direction of Key McCabe Funeral ,
A More than 100.000( baby bream' Home of Jacksonville. '

r and speckled perch have been dls-
trlbuted In the lakes of Bradford Hercules To Move ". 5 ."" 'r''' """" ,
4M County and more than 60.00 i:: I :" D
& Lease S
fingerling bans have been put In Survey T. A. .d

Union County lakes, State Senate Office To StarkeThe .
Charley E. Johns announced this --'C'
week. office of the Department of ''t

j Senator Johns said that the Leases and Surveys for the Bruns- ,
fish wick Plant of the Hercules Pow-
were delivered to him from
'the State der Co., will be moved from Bald-
Hatchery at Holt and
win to Starke the latter
he partof
In placing them In the
lakes of the two counties November, E. C. Mann Jr".
supervisor of leases and surveys,
announced thin week.

W.C.T.U."Few Mr. Mann who resides In Starke,
stated that the office will be situated HALLOWE'ENCARNIVAL
Y men ran afford to'sup on property leased from A

port a saloon and a family." J. Thomas on Tenth Street between :

hf (Florida Good New Sept Green's Store and the T T.

1M7). Long property A frame building -

18x38, has been purchased sT
from Camp Blending and will be
toild moved onto the property probablynext

week Mr., Mann stated. It

will undergo extensive remodelling .
before the office is actually moved :
from Baldwin''' to :-T-
I, Starke, he said
i The supervisor stated that a
personnel of four or five wUl be

I It" employed In the inside office work .
while around 13 other "specialists"

,1WE ? will be In the field. Probably half I

of these might establish residence :, 4

1, In Starke if suitable housing can ,
SNAP be found he said. '" ',',
The :, -. "h> ."
Hercules has been
company "J.. ._
engaged In stumping operations In ".,'
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this vicinity for more than a year. feA. ;>'> ': .':. ,1 ''' '':;'',z.;, ;: : 'q. '*" r: i\Ir.\ .,,,,

DIt1YE 'Original stand" pine stumps are \ 4, .. ;', : i\) .)jo.",
shipped to the Brunswick plant .. ; 1' ) :,
for processing into various useful UJ'j" '.
roducts. '" ,

The Auto Fountain ; '?:. ::
Corns to the Bradford County .. '
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COURT. BRADFORD Michael De Malo, whose residence IN CIRCVIT COURT, BRADFORD County, Florida' ORDER OF PUBLICATION County In Telegraph four shall publish this be used In conneQtin
IN CIRCUIT Order next weekly Issues.
COUNTY IN ; Hal Y. Maine Lake Butler Plc.Attorney ., AND NOTICE TO APPEAR charge of "'lib
and address I.: (3 Buena Vista Itoad, FLOHIUAl CHANOwen and official duties 1
CHAN. St. Witness l sealatStarko to
IN Mr.
Cedar Orov., New Jereey.YOU for Plaintiffs. 103| 4t 10(24( Fferlda this October DO
17 of
'Edward Julian Barnwell whose residence for
CF.IIY. are required to appear on Llndaman, :Plaintiff. Sup.rlntend.nl th,
Plaintiff vs. John Marjorie B 1. Lindaman Defend I and address Is: Routs S, Sumte, 1947. by >r Str,,
Tnsurray, November SI, 1047, In the above vs. I OFFICIAL; SEAL A. J.: Thomas itt
Murray DAf .ndant. CaseNo. 8066. named Court and cause, wherein ant. ('a... No. 0081.OltUKK NOTICE OF ELECTIONThe South Carolina. ( $10000 per IDOntb. Cu9 Ctt
OF PUBLICATION Or "Board of Public Instruction to appear oa No An Clerk of said Court.H. The City
ORDER plaintiff eks divorce and restoration -
ob'.r.rl.4.rf.'n: : Council
AND NOTICE TO APPF.ARSTATB : of maiden Bradford NOTICH TO APPF1AJIH of Bradford County, Florida hereby ".. the above named O. Brown, Wtarke, Fla. seated appllca "'111
OP FLORIDA to: Mr. John County Telegraph name.shall publish this T A T n 0 F FLORIDA *.1 callS and gives notice of a Court sad cause, wherein plain Atty for Plf. 10-" 4t lt-14 son, desiring UOh.to 1'1-0111' 'I

:Murray, whose residence and addrei.ii Order In next four weekly Issues. Marjorie E. Llndaman, wbose rest Special, election to be held on Tuesday tiff seeks divorce and restoration '- Office on the 4 d.apPlr r.
November 4, Iv47 In each of of maiden name, also custody o 19&7, .t th,
In: 1012 Front Street, Georgetown Witness my hand and official dence Is unknown) NOTICE CIty ktt
South Carolina.You seal at Starke, Florida this October You are required to appear on the special tax "school districts ofsaId minor' child. Bradford County Telegraph Qhs ClftK. Council of,. tho City, of Ida. Hail Park.
are required to appear on November 22. 1947. November 10,1947, In the above earned county and at the usual polling shall publish this1, Order In Stanka! has created. the Office of Sup AplIcatin..

91, 1947. In the above named (OFFICIAL, SISAL) A.. J. Thomas Court and j casise wherein plaintiff : place In each. voting precinctIn next four weekly Issues. erintendent of Street whose duties aho l 1,1 Chow In amonw olh,
Court anil cause, wherein plaintiff A. Clerk of mild Court. seeks divorce Bradford Count said county and for each said Witness my band and official seal Will be to supervise under direction of 1. Applicnt5 detail:

seeks divorce. Bradford County Hy Lucille C. Conner. D. C. Telegraph shall publish this Order district to vote on the election of at starke. Florida., this October 16. the City Council, the proper. upk..pand Inrr, pang and exterit4 la
Telegraph' nhali publish this OrderIn T. Frank Landrum, Stark. Fla. In next four weekly Issue*). three trustees. of public schools of 1947. maintenance of all clt, -.tr.et. ... Applicants r.palrlnl 11
next four weekly Issues. Atty. for PIt l24 4t 11-14', Witness my hand and official seal radford County, each trustee soelected (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3, Tnoma and sidewalks; to supervise all work, ins' an. repairing h
Witness my hand and official seal' at Starke, Florida" this October to reslda In different school As Clerk of said Court. In connection/ with the proper upkeep Applicants Old'.lk.
.t Starke, Florida thin October S3, 9. 1941. board districts and each trustee to Frank Landrnm, Starke Fla. and maintenance of sewer and. I tamIng. cxpeni.n11 la
1841. iv: 'IIIC'II'" COUHT. BHADKOBDCOUNTY. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, be voted on throughout Bradford Itt for Plf. 10-17 4t 11-? drainage systems and, to keep In sewerage dralnawe and it.
(OFFICIAL ORAL A. .T. Thorns FLOIIIDM IN CUAB.CENT. As Clerk of said Court. County Florida and to assess millags repair all fences erected by the .. Applicap 5tctent

As Ck-rk of .&Id Court. : Zilch H. Douglas, aalnesvllle, Fla for the ensuing two years. IN' CIRCUIT COURT BRADFOH) City of Stark. -prevent the run vl.nll' and dlrec'tl"axlePI.tt. In
Hy Lucille C. Conner D. C. ,Olive Irvin bleaker Plaintiff ... Attys. for Flf. 10110 4t 10131I'd | : district His: mill. tax to be assese4 for COUNTY, FLORIDAl IN CHAN; : nine at large of animals within the dlachnrR'o Of ,,. 1I0rk
Fla.Atty. Robert A. DlHeker, Defendant Ca. maintenance and three mills their dutl.
T. Frank Landrum I ('ERY.John' the City to directly supervise all .
10-24 4t 11-14 No. 11944. CIRCUIT C' IIR.' ... BRADFORD tax: to be assessed for "school build- workmen
for Plf. J. Goodner Plaintiff vs. Wl employed by the City In 'hairmj A
Ins fund.
A- ORDER OF PUBLICATION. COUNTY.' FLWIIIDAt IN CHiaN Nor reserve the purpose of holding' said lie K. Ooodner .Defendant. Case No ,connection with the performance o Carl Johne. CIty ii, (
the duties outlined above. The
IN CIRCUIT COVRT. BRADFORD / OF FLORIDA to: RobertA Jorinos, Plaintiff, ... Car election In each district.. and pre- 6991.OI tDJIIR OF PUBLICATIONAND i 10-2& 2t 10-31

IN tItANCENT. Dlseker, whose residence last Johnsoa, Defendant. Case No., 4418 Ilnot. the followlss; managers are NOTICE TO APPEAR
COUNTT. FLORIDAl known Is % Mrs. W. E. Montgomery ORDER OK PUBLICATION AlliS appointed: <

MUdr-ed' De Malo PlaintIff vs.Mtekaol YOU. FalrforeiK are required, Bpartanburir to appear H. C.on Carl STATE Johnson or whose VLOnllMl residence tel ill Dlatrlat. L, Watterson No. J-. EamptGit'ISt. Ooodner.Cleveland whose residence: I.
Route 2, Tennessee.
!>. Male, Defendant. Case November 84th, 1947 In the.above unknown: Lacy WynnDouglas You are required to appear on R. B. Alvarez &T&3

No. 8081. named court and causs. wherein You are required to appear on Hardy November 17, 147, In the above
ortn'ER PUBLICATION Dave DyalDistrict
OP seeks divorce and
plaintiff custody November 10., 1947, In the above named named Court and cause, where!
Ne. S-Stark* (South,
AND NOTICE support of child. Bradford County Court and cause wherein plain- plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
STATE) OF FLORIDA tot Mr.Beware this Order T. N. Kendrlck
Telea-raoh shall publish tiff seeks divorce A care control 4custody County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder

In_n."t.. __lour_ __w..kly_. __IM.U.,. _........._. __. of minor child. Bradford Paul :Bridges > 'In next four weekly issues.Wtnre. .
R. F. Demnrest
.. ....... m.r ..n..... .m. .....c.... ._. Telegraph shall publish this Order hand Transfer '&
at Stark, Florida this 23nd of In next tour weekly Issues.Witness .A. ,D., CrosbyDistrict _. u_ ._ my: and official seaat Storage Co.
October 1947.OFFICIAL my hand and official peal NO. a-ciarice (norm/: 1947.OFFICIAL Htarke. Florida this October.Id,

Coughs ( SEAL) A. J. Themas at Stark., Florida, this October Fate Brown ( SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs
O. L. Beasley
A. Clerk of said Court. 1, 1947.
My Lucille C. Conner D. C. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. Thomas.. T. S. Williams Rivers Clerk&of said Court.Green Cove and Phone 9105
.. from common colds John J. Henderson Knq., Bt. Au.u.tin. .- A. Cleric of said Court. Nat Williams Springs, Fla.Anderson Moving v
FI.. BY Lucille District No. 6-Lawt.YI
C. Conner D. C.
Atty. for* Pit: 10-24 4t 11-14 Chas. R. 'Hess 204-05 Guaranty C. 1.. ntlllard Attys. for :Plf. 18-114t 11-
That Hang On Life Bide., Jacksonville, Florida, J. 1'. Austin We Operate Lotal and Long Di
Atty. for :Pf. 10110| 4t 10131 A. H. Harley (N CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD _
Creomulalon relieves because I:* cmcrrr COURT BR"DFORIJ L. H. Hill COUNTY, FLORIDAl IN CHAN; tance Anywhere In The Slate
COUNT, FI.OItIDtI IN tHAN.tENT. Dl trlct No. 10 Vandorbnti CKHT.
It goes right to the seat of the FOUl IV THE COUNTY CIRCUIT COIJUT BI1AD- ki.-II Norman, Sr, A. A. Collums, Plaintiff vs. FrancesCollums Florida.
4 c' trouble to help loosen and expel lipton Johnson, Plalntlffr,. vs. Mary IN Re NormanI Defendant. Cass No. 6040
i lade. phlegm and aid nature Ci. rjefendant. Ca. No : Petition for Adoption of IM .Renfroe .
germ Johnson Theresa ORDETC: OF PUBLICATIONAND Also
Ann In
McLarty minor. Hauling Anywhere
to soothe and heal raw, tehder. Inflamed 8051. ORDER OF PUBLICATION a AND A. B. Whitehead. NOTICE TO APPEAR Starke City Limi
ORDER OF FITBLICATION District No. 11--Orahamc
bronchial muoous membranes. NOTICE TO APPEAR STATE) OF FLORIDA to: Mrs
.Tell your druggist to seU YOU AND NOTICE TO APPEAR STATE OF FLORIDA to Thomas P. John McKlnney Frances Collums, whose resldenc
C. Rivera
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mary nenrga and address Is: Houlka Mississippi
a bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding Johnson;; whose residence Is: MIt.lecigevilfe McLarty Address unknown. I John Burrency You
' 4 must Ute the It You are hereby required. to appearon are required to appear on
way Berry
you l Htate Hospital MllledveVilla Dyal November 14, 1947, In the above
ti quickly allays the cough or are the 10th day of November 147 District No. U---Ne.' .
you Ueorifla. In the above River named Court and cauee, wherein
wherein HOW YOUR
to have your money back. You are required to appear on Leonard K. and causa Reddish Andrews plaintiff seeks. divorce. PTadfon DOES
Pearle M.
November J4. 1947 In the above Col.onI.e.k M. I.. Johns ,
'ounty Telegraph shall publish this
1 GREOMULSIONforCouihi. named Court and cause wherein an Order of Adoption and Frank Tomlinsoa BATHROOM RATE
seek divorce, ,Hradford I change of name of Theresa Ann Jay Moody Order In next four weekly Issues. j 4
plaintiff: MoLartr, a minor. That this. Notice ..Witness mv hand and official seal
Chest Cotds Bronchitis'' this District No. 15
shall publlnh -Hellbroni
County Telegraph at Starke
be published In the Bradford County Florida this October 14. ON PERSONALITY?
Issues. Ancll Norman
Order.......In.".!_"next. m.r. .. ......... "..... v.n'' 'IJ'1_' Telegraph weeks. for four consecutive J. N. Saon! 1947.OFFICIAL( ..: SEAL) A. J., Thomas. I I

r.t -' seal 1941.at Starke, Florida thM October Witness my hand and official I LeRoy R. L. demons Norman AS' JlerK or said court. Is It a model of convenience a n d, I
IN. Hon. T. Frank
OFFICIAL SEAL A. j. ThomasAs seal of office at Florida, District, No. 1RI.ln.t Landrum Starke ?
( ) this the 8th day St..r".b 1947. Fla. beauty Art yon proud to show it j ,
PURE OIL I H. B. Kelly
ny Clerk Lurllle of 0.said. Conner Court., D, C. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. c'i.e.fho ., ('aol.? Croaby Atty. for :Plf. _--.. 10.1? 4t 11-7 to guests? You c a n achieve both I Ithese u /

f1 PRODUCTSGrwaslng R, PI.] Williams, Florida Theatre Clerk of Circuit Court. Harry Lewis IN: CIRCUIT
Building, Jacksonville, Fla. B.) 1C. Ferryman, Att'y., Starke.Fla. O..car Crosby COUNTY, FLOHIUAl COURT, BRADFORD IN CHAN alma at a very moderate cost !
10110! It
10-24 4t 11-14 1111 District No. 1 -Brooker: .
( Tire Pate-blnc Atty for Plf. CliO Y. by having us todernlze It with '
Tom Stewart Charles Edward Wing. Plalatlffvs. .
1\'..:. Urea J Tubes IN CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD Lee Galney Sarah! Casslday WIngo, Defen quality appointments I
I:* riiicciT roritT. nnAi>KonnCOtlNTV Albert Surrency :
dant. Case No. 604*.
BatteriesE4 ] FLOHIUAl IN tHANCENT. Edwards
: Willie Luella Albert B. Weiss, Plaintiff, v*. Paul There.W. .. Election Precinct:' NOTICE PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR One To Three Years To Pay
ye.Abe S. Slbley
Ine B, :Weiss, Defendant. Case No. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Sarah
Theus, Defendant, Case No. 027.OMDRR. :FelBx Sullivan Casslday WIngo whose residence Is: NO DOWN PAYMENT!I.

$OSS. or PUBLICATION AND Clyde Hersey 563 South Conception Street. Mobile
I We Also Do AND NOTICE TO APPEAR OF FLORIDA tol 1013| 6t 10181 You are required to
AUTO REPAIRS STATE, whose OF resldencn FLORIDA Is unknown.You to: A)>eTheun Pauline B. Wela. whoso residenceand November* 24, 1947, I In the tonam.d Shull Plumbing & Heatin

address Is: clo Pauline flray. .:N CIRCUIT Court and cause, wherein
are required to appear on Gen. Del., Lo. Angeles, California: ; COURT BRADFORD plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford'
November 14, 1947 I. the above You are required. to appear on "OUNTY. FLORIDAl IN CHAN. County Telegraph shall publish I 325
wherein C" R1I''. this Temple Aye STARKE FLORIDA Phone id
named Court and cause
r' TENLEY'SI November 10.1947, In the above named Nellla Order In next four weekly Issues. ,
Plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Mellnls. Plaintiff :
vs. Peter
Court and Witness
cause wherein plaintiff mr hand and official' sna
'' thisOrder iellnls (also
County Telegraph shall publish seeks divorce and restoration as Plotr :Mel.104cc at Starke Florida this
October 21
In next four weekly Issues.Witness ). Defendant. Case .
PURE OIL nf maiden name. Bradford County No. 6029. 1947. .
my hand and official eeal County Telegraph shall publish this ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.. J Thomas -
Service Station at Htarke, Florida, this October 18, Order. In next four weekly Issues.Witness STATB. NOTICE TO APPEAR A.. Clerk of said Court. ., 5.
1947. hand and official seal 0 F FlORiDA < Ol By Lucille C. REFINEMENTIn
D. C.
my Conner
if I Temple Avenue Phone 199 (OFFICIAL of 8IAL)Court.A. J. ThomasAs at Starke, Florida, this October PIotr Peter Mellnlec Mellnls (alan known as Martin J. Pearl 218 Graham Bldg-.
Clerk snld 5. 1947. ), whose) residence Jacksonville ,
Zach H. Dona-las, Gainesville, Fla. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 1. Thomas, and address Is: Pocita K-ukowleo for il'lorlda. every detail in Service'
Atty. 10-24 4t 11-14 necessary a !
< _______ _' Atty. for Plf. 10-14 4t lieU As Clerk of said Court. Weary. Pow. N. Tomy'sl WoJ. Posanskle _
f: .--- ;== :T Polskal available locally and widely known
Chas. R. Hess' ', 204-ft Guaranty Lit.iOI1O'4tt0l31. You are required to appear on FLORIDA ,IN tHANtmu foe its modest cost its wholesome
NOTlrlll ;_ .. _. .: November T. 1847. In .HA *W- A.HM_. .

\ TO This ALL Is WHOM to certify IT MAY that CONCERN the Executors .: Attys. for "pi'tv.u.: .. ; ,I 'ccl tiff Court seeks-and divorce.--cause. Bradford wherein-jplaln- Mary K.I. Russ', Plaintiff vs._ J. R., courtesy, and always tactful sympathy.

Protect Your .Upholstery of the Estate of Edna ,il.Thomas .. Telegraph shall publish this County Order Russ, Jr., Defendant. Case No. 6080 i

\ With Good Durable ,' Final Accounting, deceased, and have will filed on their the IN CIRCUIT, 'FLORIDA COI'RT. BRADFORDCOUNTY IWrOsIAN.C .1. In Witness next four my weekly hanoTand Issues.official,. seal,? ORDER AND> NOTICE OF PUBLK TO AitfcliK.TION .A. .......".... ., .,.

lit_ day of November 147. applyto RllY. .9'v .t Starke STATE OF- FLORIDA to: 'rj. R. ,
t the County Judge of Bradford Sidney M. Conn Plaintiff vs.'.LelaM 9. 'II4T. :Florida this October Russ, Jr., whose residence Isi North I

SEAT COVERS County, Florida for Order of Final Oonn, 'fe'h: Case' No./S Z2.i (OFFICIAT SEAL)' A. J. Thomas, Carolina.Main Street: Washington, North, II I DEWITT C. JONES
Discharge. This Oct. 21st. 1947. ORDER OF ( AND As \
Cleric of said Court '
Joseph Thomas, NOTICE TO APPEAR Frank You are required tot l appear..on I
Edna Belts Mill, as TATE OF FLORIDA' Ol,1 ttys.. for Flf.Landrum, Stark.. Fla., b.lot 1947, In the above, AMBULANCE SERVIcE
: TAILORED TO Executors Mr. Lela M. Coon whose residence, 10110 4t 10181 named and cause, wherein, '
10-24 41 11-14 and .address la 2* WeaL 10th St. plaintiff seeks divorce and restoration Funeral Director,8TA.RKID
FIT YOUR New York New Tork: .* CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD of maiden name :Bradford

Yon are required to appear on I OUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAN. County Telegraph shall publish this, PHONE TOur
INDIVIDUALAUTOMOBILE IN CIRCUIT COUHT, UHADFOKD November 1, 1947 In the above named ''ICR.Y.lennaro. Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness .
C'OI'NTY.''' FLOHIDAl IN CH"N.CERY. Court and cause wherein plain' ( Borrlello,orX vs. my hand and official sealat I
tiff .seeks divorce. Bradford County Louisa Salvatore rlrtlg'Ie; Stark, Florida, this I October 22 local funeral home enables us to

'*' plaintiff, vs. Edna Telegraph' shall publish this OrderIn .nt. Case No. ORO.. 1947. ; offer conveniences and services
M. 'D'.L.n: ':. .'da Cane No. 9098. next four weekly Iscues.Witness ORDER OF PUBLICATION: AND (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThamasAs not

fn Colors To Suit ORDER OF PUBLICATION my hand and official ...alat | NOTICE TO APPEAR Clerk of said Court. otherwise available.We .
AND NOTICE TO APPKAR Starke, Florida, this October STATE OF FLORIDA e.- By Lucille O. Conner, D. C.
STATH) OF FLORIDA tot Mrs.. Mr. Louisa Salvatore Borrlello Charles R. H.... 204-06 Guaranty
Your Taste Edna M. Pass, whose realdenc-e and ('OFI'ICIAL BEAD A. J. Thomas, whose residence and address Is: Life Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla. furnish the highest type service at the lowest pricE *4
address Is 86 Clopton $t., Richmond As Clerk of said Court. 33 Via Comlil Tores del Greco Atty. for Pit. 110-.. 4t 11-14 I 'ANY
Virginia or Route 2, Gretna, Vir- By Luclll/ C. Conner r). c. ltal1 accept life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANT ton

., STARKESEAT ginla. T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla., You are required to appear on IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD I pany, as payment In part or In fun on a funeral. CoiuulutHu
You are required to appear on Attys. for Plf. 1010| 4t lots November 7, 1847 In the above named COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN. -.
COVER CO. November lIst 1947 In the above Court and cause wherein plaIn- CERY.; carries no obligation:
named Court and cause, wherein IN TIIHJ riRcriT counT OF FI.O. tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County Joel S. Wlngate, Plaintiff vs. lIttle
plaintiff seeks divorce 1 Bradford HIDA. IN AND FOil BRADFORD Telegraph' shall publish Order Pearson Wlngater Defendant. Case
Court .& Madison Sts. County Telegraph shall publish. this COUNTY; IN CHANCKHY. In next four weekly u.I.: No "OSS. .

Order In next four weekly Issues. Case No. BB9S Witness my hand and official seal ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Witness mv linn and official seal A. T. Andrews" also known a. at Sttrke. Florida this October AND NOTrCB! TO APPEAR
:. at Stark., Florida thin October Adam Tucker Andrews' and Paul 9, 1947.SOFFICIAL STATE! OF FLORIDA tot F.ffle
Undo 1047.OFFICIAL. 1?. Andrews, also known a. Paul ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Pearson Wlngate, whose resldencs ATTENTIONSTRAWBERRY I
( SISAL) A. J. ThomasAs Rrantley Andrews', Plaintiffs, vs. A. Clerk of said Court. I Is, : 19 summer Street. New London,
CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION. Clerk of said Court. Fanny M. Green, et al, Defendants.ORDKR T. Frank Landrum Starke' Fla., Connecticut./ .
Hy Lucille C. Conner D. C. OP PUBLICATION Attys.. for PH. 11110| 4t 10131 I You are required to appear on
T. Frank Landrum Htarke, Fla. THE! STATE OF FLORIDA TO: November 24, 1947, In the above
Atty. for Plf. 10-24 4t 1114IN Each and every. the following named IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD named Court and cause, wherein

defendants, each of whom Is a res COUNTY, FLORIDAl IN CHANCKRY. ; plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford VEGETABLE CITRUS
Ident of Bradford County Florida County Telegraph shall publish -
CIRCUIT COUNT, RH4DFORD namely: Fanny M. Green a ...widow; Harold N.. Edwards, Plaintiff vs. his Order In next four weekly Issues' -
(COUNTY''' FLORIDAl IN CIIA.N-, Adam T. Green and Rosa Sana Green Pearl Edwards, Defendant. Cass No. GROWERS
CKRT. his wife: Lorenso D. Green and Mae 6024. Witness my hand and official seal ,
Roy .John Armour Plaintiff V. Green his wife; L. 3. Green also ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND' .it Starke, Florida this October 22
Margaret Evrthn Armour, Defen known as Lloyd James Green, Individually NOTICE TO APPIDAR.STATR un, INSURE DROUTh
dant. Cass No. 8083 and a* Administrator of or FLORIDA *..l (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas AGAINST
ORDER OF PL'HLICATIONAND the Estate of Archibald Hardy Mr.. Pearl Edwards, whose resi A. Clerk of said Court.
NOTICE TO APPKAR Green deceased and Ines Green fly Lucille C. D. C.
d..nce and Conner
address Is: 721
: West
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Margaret I his witch Katie ttelIe Wlmberly aniWallace i iI Pleasant Street Springfield. Ohio: J. C. Durrance 209 Law Exchange Contact RACE &: RACE, INC., today. Write or phone for fret

Berthn Armour whose last known I Wlmberly.. her husband; You are required. to appear on Bids Jacksonville, Florida. estimates on Irrlgatta
residence and address Is 4(1( Middle Nelson T. Green and Boots Green. November 7. 147 In the above named Atty. for Plf. 10-24 4t 11.UNO'I'.CIQ your irrigation requirements. Aluminum

St., South Boston, Massachusetts.You his wife; Pearl Saul and Jack Court and cause wherein plain- systems are light, strong and durable. Our RACEBILT irriw
are required to appear on Sauls, her husband: and to tiff seeks divorce Bradford County
November 24th 1947 In the above Each: and the nameddefendants tlon systems are serving in Florida today
every following Telegraph' shall publlah' this' Order TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: over 20,000 acres
named Court and wherein
plaintiff seeks divorce.causa Bradford severally and respectively In next four weekly Issues. This Is to certify that I have filed 3-lnch, 4-lnch, 9-inch 6-Inch locking pipe StIll'
If they or any of them b. Witness my hand and official seal Final and 8-thchquick
County Telegraph shall. publish this alive, and M they or any of them be at Starke' Florida, this October my Accounting a. Administrator able for Immediate Perforated o t
Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness dead their several and respective fl. 1947. of the Estate of Mary O. delivery In limited quantity.
my hand and official seal unknown heirs, devisees Wainwright deceased and will on riser types for
legatees (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, the 26th day of November 1947. sprinkling. 0
at Starke. Florida this 22nd of Ootnher or grantees, namely: Edwin: C. As Clerk of said Court. of
1947.OFFICIAL. Wyman E. VS. Bunker E. apply to the County Judge Bradford No farm Is too controlled
; Edgar Br Lucille C. Cnnner D. C. County Florida, for Final small or too large not to profit from
( SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs my
Bunker and Mettle E. Bunker, his T. Frank' Landrum .
PHARMACISTPhone Clerk of sail (',,"rt. wife; William H. Lelnnlger; C. B.Peek Attys. for Plf. rIf.'I| U1IN Discharge estate. as Administrator of said irrigation. Designed and manufactured by Florida growers.
By Lucille C. Conner I). C. ; A. M. Lapnam: and to -
John .T, Henderson, EIO Fl.. legatees or grantees of Archibald CIRCUIT CO R... BRADFORD 0-24 4t 1114 Administrator,
61 STARKE Atty. for Pit. 10-24 4t 11-14 Hardy Green also known a. A. H. VERY.Raymond COUNTY. FLORIDA| IN CHAN. _, .

Green deceased; and to V 'N CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD
On-the-Minit The Florida Land and Immigration Trlpp. Plaintiff vs. COUNTY' FLORiDA .
Service 'IN Wavlne IN CHAN.CKRY.
Company & RACE
a corporation If now ::
FLORiDA IN CHAN.CKRY. In existence, and If not now In existence 041.ORDER OF PUBLICATION Celia Maxine Nickel!, Plaintiff, vs. ,
It. unknown James Nickel, Defendant. Case :
Lucille West Davis, Plaintiff, vs. successors, ANT NOTICE TO APPEAR No
Obert R. grantees or assigns; and to STATE Of FLOIDA to Wavlne eoso.ORDER e WINTER
Davis :
Defendant. Ca. The several and respective husbands OF PtTBLICATION HAVEN, FLORIDA
Trlpp. whose resldeace
No. 6033.011D14111( and address
or and wives of each, every and Is: Unknown, AND NOTICE TOAPPEAR
: PUBLICATION ANDSOlICIt all o{ the natural persons herelna.bnve You are to- STATE) OF FLORIDA, to: James ssssssassssl
STATH named a. defendantS In thiecause November lq'Wt In appear the on Nickel, whose residence Is: General -
or FLORIDA above
R. Davis. whose reeld.meant eiObert and the names of whom named Court and cause, wberinplaintiff Delivery t Mrs. Linda Nlckell
address Is unknown severally and respectively, are, except seeks divorce. Bradford Spades, Indiana.

You are required. to appear on unknown as :herein and to specifically stated, County Telegraph' shall publish this November You are 1 required*. 1947, to In appear the above on EARN FLY
Order In
November next While
7, 1947 In the above named CourWe.kly' Issues. named Court and You LEARN to
Court and cause wherein plain All persons having or claimingany Witness my hand and official. seal cause, wherein
title Interest lalntlff seeks divorce.
right or In the Bradford
at Florida
tiff this
divorce and October
restoration 14, -
of maiden Bradford fallowing described land. In Bradford 1947. Superintendent; shall also be required
CDCAREFUL name County County, Florida towlt: (OFFICIAL SEAL) to furnish an automobile to
Telegraph shall A.:1.
;In next four weekly publish u.I.: Order W% of NEW, WH of NE'4 of NW' As Clerk of said Court.

Witness my hand and official seal 11I1;, of SBU of N"W4 of! and the East T. Frank Landrun-1, Starke. Fla. On The G. I. BILL of RIGHTS

at Stark. Florida, this October .Two acres of WV4 SB U of NWli, Atty. for PIt 19-11 4t U-T
.11In. and
1. 1141. : being In section 19, _____
As Clerk of said Court. containing 122 acres, more or less. ('OITNTY. FLORIDAl I IN CMtN.f : -
? By Lucille C. Cnnner D. O GREETINGS: UK. V. '. -
T. Frank Landrum. Starke, Fta., You and each of you are hereby Oluppe' Rice!. Plaintiff, vs. Michel-I PULPWOODTIMBER
Attys. for Plf. ,10110 4t 10191IN commanded and required to appear, Ina Rlccl. Defendant. Case No. 028. We are now Approved for the fol- I
plead or answer to the Bill of Com ORDER OF PUBLICATION: 5.
You need plaint flied against you In the a- AND NOTICE TO APPEAR lowing courses: '
good CIHCTIT COiI'nT. BR ,0rORO ove styled cause (being a suit to STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mlchel- Basic
(COI'NTY FLOKIUtl IN CHIN: quiet, confirm and establish In inc RIce, whose residence and ad- Ground Primary and Advanced t ''aT

AutonioMleIiiaLi1ityJnsuratte CKRY.Carl plaintiffs title to the above described dress la: Prosiedl Plsterso. Pro Vln Flying Also _
F. Private. Com. v
Plaintiff vs. land a. against you and dl Slttorla. Italy. __ ..
Mnrguerlte bring MOCanuc, De each of you and to have plaintiffs You are required t.. appear on merclal and Flight Instructor .__
fendant. Case No. (1033.OUDKI to be decreed to be owners of thesame November 14. 147. In the above FOR SALE Courses. -
> or Pt'RLII""TIO" AND In fee simple) on the Ird named Court and cause, wherein Approval No. 5630.: .-_ ::;:
NOTICE TO APFK4R day of November 1947. and this plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford SRI OR WRITE .
TATB' or FI.OHItll _.. you are not to omit upon pain of County Telegraph shall publish this

Charley E. Johns Marguerite and brIng address McManus Is: unknown' ,. whosere'ldonce : .the. confessed plaintiffs against said bill you.being taken Order Witness In next my four. hand weekly and Issues.official Edwin Class Room Instruction Tues. & Thurs.

You are required. to appear on It Is further ordered: That this seal at W. Peck
Starke. Florida October
Agency :November T. 1947 In the above named notlo and order of publication be 10 1947.IOFFICiAL Nights 7:30 P. M.
Court and cause wherein plain published for four <(4)< consecutive
SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas
Phone ..ISfUensentlits BTABKC FLA. )tiff seeks. divorce. Bradford County week In the Bradford County T...- As Clerk of said Court. P. O. Belt 414

Telegraph la Witness next four my shall.weekly hand publish and lesues official this, Order seal ford graph.bavins'Couaty a general newspaper: Florida circulation published In Brad and T.Ally Frank, for Plf.Landrum, Starse.>*<*-.t 4 Fla.*.,u-T PhoneGainesville 659J. CONWAY-LIBBY U-FLY-IT; SERVICE'

;at Starke. Florida, this October Witness my hand as Clerk, and IN CIRCUIT COl-KT.: BRADFORD Florida PHONE 147 OR 32
I, 1141.
the seal of this* Court, this the 14th COUNTY .
((OFFICIAL SEAL) A. :1. Thomas day of September A. D. 147. ill : FLOSUDAl IN CHAN.CKHY. Top Cash Prices Paid

Till TKAVtUMS Hsrttsrs _. Frank As Clerk .of said Court. sare, Bradford Cevntr, Florida. Mary Elisabeth Wesley" Barawelt CONWAY AIRPARK
Landrtm. Htark. Fla., (OFFICIAL-BAL) A. J. Thomas Plaintiff, vs. 8t. Julian Barawell, ,
Attys, for Pit. ion 4t Ilia Clerk of Circuit C...,... Bradford Dvfsaaaat Cass We.' .*... I ; ___ I

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