Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: October 20, 1944
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04885
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Recreation Trading Center and BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Sweetest Home Strawberries of the

r Camp Blending This Side of Heaven

Official County Publication Established In 1877

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I Trouble With Oil I DriveI Lt. Com. R. G. Dose
War Fund
Winsst At Sewer PlantIs To Speak Here Starke Area Feeling Touch

Clearing Up On Navy Day

Place Now Underway;
City officials stated yesterday Lieut. Commander Robt. I G. Of Tropical HurricaneNew
that the bad condition at the Dose of the U. S. Naval Auxlllarj

Fairs sewage disposal plant, caused i by Quota $3,500Bradford Air Station. Green Cove Spring!.
County filling station and garage operators I will make the principal ixldres I

s dumping waste oil and I at the Navy Day program to b 1 1N > Family Day Heavy Rains

second consecutlvHar grease Into the sewer lines had; I County's part tn the sponsored by] "A" Books
P, largely cleared up during the i ', the Jcne8 To Be ObservedBy
firs .
''on was National War Fund drive got under '
r m community exhibit past week. I way here Wednesday as i LiLt Lang ford Methodists And Wind\ Felt \
i 'he annual Bradford It was stated that most offenders }White Pos Being Issued
1,01, Chairman Nat
.jjricultural Fair, being were glad to cooperate i In Sternberg dls-I American Le Family day will bo observed at
t\ ) this week. Hampton stopping this practice when I It trlbuted lists of prospective Frida) Get the Methodist Church Sunday,

\hmits that was being done to the Rotary Club who had pledge, I will be< ,local rationing board, mates. that of this day marks tin"
?i Starke's : held! at I the take establishment of the }home" the
recently completed $43 applications are now being <
Tuesday their
took place ; efforts to help put the drive 'Kitting" ntronirtttt
was a
aging and 000 disposal plant I' BradfordCouLty for new /gasoline A books am' HeW.. J. Churchwell, pasta. ,
Nettles <
Inonn vlth W. T. over by raising the asslgnei I of a tropical hurricane an
School and will .
Extension A thick coating of grease had High urges that motorists. apply aM stated yelltel'dAY.roun. \ thihomi "
of the
|L Barer quota of $3,500. the Telegraphirrtt to pnxvtThurtlay.
and MrDv formed over the top of the tanks at 11 a. m. soon as possible. clusters the SWl''t'st'mem-
lUIn tell In
tce, in The business district will 1 be.caJ1'as.sed of the families of a steady
Members orlea and associations The at'r-
shutting out air and thus klllln No. 12 In ir.e
and Mrs. W. W. Mil coupons preset all
downpour cilncNtiity night
thoroughly this week Navy men are especially urge well mon topic will be, "A Christlnhome"
officiating. the bacteria that dispose of the book are void and might as
Butler and andvlniln
t Lake and the chairman believes 'tha: to attend this observance which based on God's utatemen Thursday continue -
waste matter.A be thrown Mr. Blair stated -
lining here Monday, the Faire the quota will be reached early; ; Is being held to express appreciation No. 11 coupons are gooi to Abraham, "For I know him, *I to blow ulllt mounting
fourth annual event epos new city ordinance is now in the drive. The average contribution for the wonderful job the until Nov. 8. that he will command his household velocity.

j by the Jonea-Langford being prepared, providing a stiff sought la the business Navy has done In keeping Blip In order to obtain a new "A'' after him."" The choir will .Kadln! report at prate tint

-e- Post American Legion, and fine for garage and filling station district will be $50 per firm. "It plies flowing to our fighting met Book 'each aprfticant must turn sing, "Tell Me the Old, Old yctttertlay. were that the peak
drawing good crowds In men who continue to dump '" Mould MMwh the Jacksonville area
been will take that to put us over, on all fronts. Story"?
unfavorable weather. TIgrounds grease !In the sewer lines. However In: about he middle of the aft......
stated avla
Mr. naval
t of Sternberg Ct. Com. Dose Is a A A fully completed am The evening service will be at
south city officials do not expect and velocities of
located JUst Workers here are especial)!; tor of wide experience" and thosi signed application, which U Forn 7:30: o'clock and will fuature con nom Thursday
on Road 13, were th''. much more trouble, now that the hear him will undoubtedly! 60 to 70 milts' an hour Hr expected. 1,
town eager to reach or exceed the local who gregatlonal singing. Subject will
e of much gaiety Wednesday;. matter has been explained quota because Bradford County come away with a worthwhile 534.B.. He must submit the cove bo "Two Divinely Estimate .
school students were ex: : school! band The hurricane made near !
n "passed up" the War Fun message. The high of his present "A" Hook, whlci Characters.! up
d from their classes early for 6th Bond Drive drive last year. It was pointed ; will furnish the musical part of: will be stamped "1914-43 'A' Book The church Is offering a beau Cuba, struck the Florida Keys,

annual 'school day" event. out that much of this money; the program. Issued" by the rationing board tlful Bible Inscribed with the did comparatively slight damage
placed second in the< at Miami\ went on to ill the
the of the USC
goes support I volunteer or clerk. name of the family having tin
imunity exhibit division and work. "There is hardly a town C. 1941 automobile license regIntratlon largest. attendance for Sunday, Tiuniia area, turned again and

am third. Heated argument To Be MappedStarke In the United States that benefits I Pecan Auctions card, or slip, which wll Oct. 22, and a beatitful bouquet In expected to seer Into tho At-
the judges over lant 1 lo sometime Frldiiy..
.loped) among more from USO payrolls another also be stamped[ on the back. of flowers will be given the fnmlly -
decision, as It was agreed I services than does Stark, i D. Present tire inspection rec the next greatest numtwr. low pluc** In Mlarke IIItrl't"tli

C4llham had as good an ana Bradford Count with four major clubs operating Start Oct. 31The This Is" service, that eVl'I'y; arm flooded at noon yesterday,
exhibit Starke, will learn of the and ord.With j
as plans program .
cultural In our midst, Mr. Sternberj all of these papers I In every" member of the drove many awning were already
to unlformlt for the 6th War Loan a at .
the points as Mown down, telephone linen ditniitgcil
stated. hand the board personnel will issue should participate In gettlni
decided the vote I Ir In conference to be held her llttensl with
quantity a The War Fund combines prac pecan auction sale which the new "A" Hook, returning back to the old family altar and anti tho ground
of the latter. tSarke a.lso Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 25, a at. tlcally every fund-raising drive will be held at the State Farmer to the applicant with his book rededication, heavy llnihn frinii t.Hl'hool
i second place among school 3:30: o'clock. Starke will busses. did not run Thurwlay and
that would be made during/ the Market at begin or his automobile license reglstratlon -
bit; Tills conference will outline year with the exception of tin Tuesday Oct. 31 stales County and hla old "A" Book after Classes no classes were held In countyschools
.*!ze winners among Individual the for the 6th War Loa: beer Nursing Worker coming In from
plans annual Red Cross drive. In addltion Agent L T, Dyer, who hat they have been stamped as Inill
order as they won 1st, 2m In which the people of the United- to the USOs It includes working, closely with the State rated: also his part of the new Being Given the Urooker section reported thehl&hwa

MOT! are as follows, listed I In states will be asked to buy War Prisoner's Relief, the Sea Marketing Bureau in holding application, which is (the lower At SchoolA )'. practically under waterIn
3rd place. $14,000.000,000 worth of Wa for for the High that Motion! of the county {
man's Fund, Boy Scouts, Girl these markets (pecans: I half of said application. 'Fluclerk
complete list of Indivldua Bonds and other Treasury securItiea Scouts and many others. past several years. will keep" the old tire inspoctlon great deal of Interest In beIng Mayor Cha A, Darby asked

r.ers will be published next from Nov. 20 to Dec. 16. "When you are approached by] The larger buyers of pecan*. record, as it will be dls shown by the member" of the residents l yesterday not to burn fir

k. Florida's quota in this cam a War Fund worker, give cheerfully have been contacted, and will b< continued. Red Cross Nursing Course cla tnt>j light or use other electrical, appliances

palgn will be $120.000,000, of and generously,?! Mr. Stern here for these sales which will: I The new lower half of the application which are now in progress They] unless In an confined emergency to

ks and Jills which $30,000,000 must be In 1: berg Is asking the public. ';Glvi be held each Tuesday until the (to be called "Mlleagi are being. held under the leader All personnel wax amt all t
ijov. Tour *. E Bonds., .. ., want you think' you ordlnarll; crop.U 801 '
This meeting, which will star should and then double It-for remember The pecan growers are instructed time application Is made for Ureaor Red Cross National Headquar and live*.

State Prison on time and last' Just one hour, you weren't call on to to harvest their pecan early, supplemental gasoline. lea The members. of the adul Mont fnmllleM. occupying' cottage

Is one' of a series of 76 such! give anything last )'ear." ffeparato the varieties, and discard class! in Stuike, which holds Its. the went churn' of Klnjrt-
"Oct 12, before on
n Thursday evening. conferences: being held la October all poor grade nuts Madeline Lecin meetings! In the Armory Bullillnt left curly Thursday
Q r .lacks and Jills.; Married bringing them to the sale. A Icy fake
Elizabeth Iloelter,
November in every are Mesdames
and practically
the USO or A. J. Thomas Sells nuts will ruin a whole! Wins Ping PongChampionship morning for safer quarter
plea flub: of county In the State. few poor Inez Davis" May Dick I 11>4, Alice IK wixxlixl! with largo
pie and Washington, enjoyed! of good nuts, Mr. Dyer says. thickly
bag ArlenrHarding
Farm Home Foote, Mattie Gnhanan.
of The conferences! are being conducted ; ink hickory and magnolia tree
>lcnlc and a tour
supper by Karl Lehmann of Jacksonville StarkeA. Ethel May McWllllamr! end Mom had already "started,
State Prison Farm at Ralford Executive Manager of Moves to Local Delegates MISS Madeline Lee In of Stark Venle Roy Melanie Rains, IrliRltch \ moving clown, damaging hO\l....+.
trip was arranged through won the Women's Ping Pong and Marjorie Selllngrln.
the Florida War Finance Committee Bradford Count ;
of Mrs. W. Gngfellow J. Thomas ; On Hospital Council
courtesy the Y.W.C.A
of the United State Clerk of the Circuit Court, hall; Championship The Bradford High Nursing Meet
and Chaplain L. A, Treasury, who will bring the< sold his farm home east of Stark' Guests at Blanding Sunday afternon, October 13 bj; ; Course was organized:: with the Presbyterians ;

pherd. Acting as a committo new and inspirational features of Road 48 and last Friday, wit) defeating Miss Colla Jo Dumber, help of Mrs. Rosa Cook, Home Name CommitteesMembers
prepare the supper wer on : Delegations of Red Cross chairmen chose father Is nerving In the
of Rconomlcn! teacher and it taugh
this; campaign to this section his family, moved into his new
Mickey Capelll and Mrs the State. home, completed a year or BC, and members from 10 northeastern army at Camp IJIandlng. Th I on Monday Tuesday, and Wed of the Preubyterlaa

ra" Comiskey. The Regional Manager for this: at the corner of Walnut and Florida counties attendeda tournament was sponsored joint!;) nesday afternoon with correlated church held a Congregational
ore attending were Pfc. and to attend this conference ago, Streets. meeting of the Camp and Hospital i by the National Catholic Community units on Thursday and Friday Meeting Sunday and business of

Robert Angus, Pvt. and Mrs area plans and assist In the meeting Washington Council at Camp Illandlng/ ,, 1 Service, Young Women'j They studied this week, how U Importance waa trannaccted.
ert Cohen, Cpl. and Mrs The farm home was purchasedby Oct. 12, touring the Regional ; Christian, Association and the make utility bags for the pa. Mrs. H. V. Knight wa elected
will be presided ove
which former
rge Elliott. Sgt. and Mrs Chairman of W. H. Newsome a Hospital and receiving commendation Young Men's Christian Association tlent's tray and how to wash) an a trustee of the church. A

't Ellenbogen, Pvt. and Mrs by Jos. E. Wilson, War Fl. Bradford Countlan (brother ol for their work on behalf USO Clubs of Starke. the hands. properly, how to toad pastoral committee, which will

''isltey Sgt. and Mrs. Capelll, the Bradford County R. A. Newsome) who In recent of Army men from Col. E Sgt. Frank Puskai, serving Inthe and use a thermometer, take a a attaint In securing a minister forth

and Mrs. R. C. Clark Sgt nance Committee. years has been engaged In the. C. Rose, camp commander, andCol. original hospital detachment pulse and make a bed with a local Presbyterian church r

fe Mrs William Zeitz, Cpl. and dairy business at St. Petersburg 46 Charles B. Callard, hospital) Camp Blandlng, won the Men'i patient in it. The adult class 1 1lino Is'' vas. appointed as follows: U. C.

-. John Sugar. Pvt. and Mrs, Property Transfers The Thomas place comprises chief. Championship; by defeating Cpl studying the art of making Hnltzenilorf. and Darney McRae,

pert Torren, Sgt. and Mrsdash. Active In Starke ores, and the new owner will en Mrs B. C. Pearce of Palatka, Harold Trice of Company B,, a.a bed which contains a patient. the Young/ People's Society; Mrs.

Sgt and Mrs. Dave Cer gage In general farming. chairman of the Council, opened 211th Battalion, 63th Regiment oi All will be eligible upon completion K. O. Duncan, Mike Maruca, the

and Miss Catherine Beard, Recent property transfers as: Mr. Thomas moved with his the meeting with 71 members, Camp; Blanding In the finals of the course", for the Sunday School; Airs K. M. Davis

Mtant. Director of the USC announced by F. C. Holling\ parents from Clay County to present. MI'!!. V. L. Sturgill ol I Sgt. Puskas 18 I of European Numlng Certificate which la given Mrs. Joanettu C Young; the

ab. worth, local representative of the Bradford County In 1902. They Starke presented a financial report :>firth, having lived In the United, for 26 hours of training The Ladles Auxiliary; K, M. Davis,

3 a short business seslon UK'ip E. A. Strout'Realty Agency Include built their home east of StarkeIn describing goaU to be met 'I States only nine years. Aftot High School Class has 89! mem Carl; A. Knight, the Session; Mrs 5'

'' decided to have a dinner the: following: 1903 and Mr. Thomas has Lo achieve the requirements of the tournament It wag learned bers.Oil. L'harlea Ward, Mrs. II. V. Knight, n1

he ego Club followed by card The sale of the A. J. Thomas made his home there ever since' nearby military Installations and !i hat he won the European Championship run teen; Mrs Joanrtte Young,

.es >n Thursday October 19 farm to W. H. Newsome of St A year or so ago he built a loipitala. The group were guests i in Budapest, Hungary, chairman of tho pastoral com-
V.:) married O. I.'s and their Petersburg. Mr. Newsome la it home in Starke but under war- it the Camp Blanding nU1'les'mells I n '1930, while he wan still attending I I iilttee; Mrs. J. M Mitchell, cor- {

w are Invited to attend. the dairy business there and, tlmo regulations had to rent it for luncheon. high school. & Gas Fires enpoadlng necretary. In November -
period of time before he the Both men and women champions TruckA the above committee will
plans to enter the same line hereIn for a Among those present were Bring Out
Aiding Addition the near future. and his family could occupy it. Following from Starke: Mrs. V. were representing the YMCA i lave Merlo Anderson of JoUBtiM: '

' The sale of Joe's Grill formerly L., Sturgill, Treas. Camp & Hoajltal USO. fire alarm wan Bounded sat. I and H. D. Cress bf Crescent! to s f ,

SO News Notes operated by Mr. and Mrs. Jot Seaboard Boosts Council; Rev. Grover Alison, Sterling' silver bracelets were jrday about noon, when the city I meet with the members. q

Noegel to May\ Dolljs. She plansto 3t. Mark's Church; Bessie M. resented to the winners by John fire truck was called to Gay'B Mrs. Charles Ward gave an
ere will be an addition to the continue a cafe In that loca Florida InNational Turns, executive: Secretary; Mrs. VI. Smith. Jr., Men's Program Service Station to extinguish an ntereatlng review of The Synod

Js Olson Refrigeration busl- AdsAnticipating Funlu M. Smith. Chairman, Spec I IServ. Director YMCA-USO, who acted 011 fire. V. H. Garden, managerf which met In Daytona Heach on dj

a on Walnut St., completed tion.The sale of a house and 4 lotson .; Sylvia Morse; Mrs. W. R. is tournament manager. the station, said. that a spark Oct, 10, 11, 12.
; wek. It is of the same ma- W. Lafayette St. by Mrs substantial postwar Horse\ Chairman Junior Red All games were close and were test have flared up when the ''I

al that was used In the main Muriel Sllcox: Norman to R. V, expansion In Industry and roes. I' snjoyed by the many spectators ore was moved from one underground Baptist Church

Picture and the brick for that to be occupied either by agriculture and as part of a i attending. tank over to the other

Ie from the old bank building Alvarez Alvarez or his son as a res campaign designed to further i Girl" The next program to be flponlored me when the gas truck was unloading Next Sunday morning at the

u'tey Mrs. Olson says that Mr. publicize the territory It serves 'Pin-up by the Clubs of Starke /gasoline.! V. S. St. John Baptist Church the Sunday School t

'the present the addition Is of the Canteen on the the Seaboard Air Line Railway Doming; to Florida vlll be a Hallowe'en Party tobe of Eastern Auto Supply ran over lesson at 9:43 will be "Religion

be Used as an office and "af- The Walnut and Madison currently featuring the state given Tuesday Night. Oct. 31, with a hand fire extinguisher In Education", helping by light
the war" will be used tock orner of pasavannas of af j t Florida la its advertising In "Pin-up Girl" which will beMOwn at the NCCS Club, 400 Temple ind held the fire away from the from the Bible to learn Christian

electrical appliance as Streets to George and national mugaelnes. at the Florida Theatre Avenue. anks. It wan under. control when ways of solving personal probems. .
V become available. Jackson. Miss.\ T. H. newspapers Saturday midnight and at the tbe fire truck arrived and the . a" k
20 acre .
of the '
The here to Mrs. Ruth Announcement of this was made regular showings Sunday and OVEUSEASIAIJ: HEAVY i only damage was to the newly At the 11 o'clock morning er-
' :NEWS NOTES Lee property L. R. tfonday features eight new long minted exterior of the station vice the pastor will continue to
Heights. Virginia, by
Uindey of Keystone from Norfolk, \V. An- sung by Betty Grable, who plays I Postmaster F. F. Stump of the The City fire truck was aUoalleil ring/( a message. concerning the
"lot hostesses at the Saturday Powell Jr., and Henry .he feminine lead, and Martha i iRaye. local postofflco stated thin. week down to Illaniling Center part America mutt have In the 4

'ht t lance<< at the use on Gassett EmployedAt Orson, Receivers of the Seaboard's railway, I hat the last minute rush to mall I riday afternoon to extinguish ablaze war. and the necessity of conso-

11ple. and Washington were Hdw. adding that It Is the to TIle popular Betty is ably aa- mss packages overseas exceed- In an oil pit at the Orange rated Christian live.*. The seton -
E K PI''.''.'''..''man. Mrs. Bryan Bradford Urn In advertising Florida natural listed by a screen newcomer, ed i all their expectation No ex- DUll Lines terminal there.Hallowe' title will be, "Cod Save
HUt!'Id I. Mrs John Hall, Mrs. managing owner focus attention on the form Harvey in the male lead. tr neoiployees' were hired but Mr. America:"
nette Christian and Mrs. Mat. J. B. Carlisle, company advantages and resources of the The plot Is concerned with the Stump said he felt sure that Mrs Evening serviced have been

! Qahagan. of r the Bradford Hardware the services ofPate state, and thereby attract the fats of Betty to escape from Anderson, who works at the par.cel en CarnivalTo moved ahead half an hour with "
The winner of the door prize acg has secured In his business. Mr favorable consideration of those difficulties which ensue when she !l window would say that there Be Sponsored Training Unions meeting at 6:30:
Gassett the '
d tance call home Pvt. who may be Interested In the disguise ha.1 been at least "a million" worship
was in Bradford Is forced to assume m and the evening
known p. M
aSnaond Hayes of Reed.iburg. Gas ett Is well, having lived here opportunities> for future develop- of a prim and bespectacled ste >ackages mailed.ELECTION 3y USOs Jointly hour at 7:30.: This! < week the panor .
On of hi* life. For the past nn In this state. nographer. On Tuesday night, Oct. 31, aallowe'en and a group* of Intermediate
Sunday afternoon Mrs. R. most he has worked at The advertisement featuring DAY BOOTHThe Carnival will be given!: girl>!, analsted by the choir, will
I acted as hMteM at thePitaltty three years and prior to that Florida, which has already bad SCOUT MEETINGThe all three of the Starke resent an Inspiring and, challengng -
Blanding Auxiliary the jointly by
Camp In In the Rev. W J, Churchwell announced -
hour. newspapers "The Challenge
business' ts preview I' All In the play entitled
vas In the hardware Is attractively Illustrated that a meeting will be PresbyterIan Church will have a1Iooth JSO Cluba. people "

"APLIN= TO PREACH Mr. Gassett says that where he Isback state md ,enumerates some of theate's teld" at the Church Monday night In front of Torode Chevro- ,. community, Including the younger sellers of Wednesday the CroHS. evening at 7:30: p.m. .
building Invited to the
afternoon et join
the same the are
In of during
et place
for the
by 8 o'clock purpose
basic assets, depicting at; the study of Soul Winning I.
) ago
Chaplain Rex: Lawhead of he started working 21 years of characteristic symbols organizing the new Boy Scout and evening of election day. They for the fun. continue.
''mP Hardware Co. He is means and hot Mark this event on your calen- Doctrines will 11
1a.ndlng Will preach at theCburch for Jones few of its better known raw Troop that will be sponsored bythe vlll sell cold drinks Invited and will find
who rev a L You are
be a
Garden because It will really
H. kinds dar
V. of
yi.erlan Sun- replacing Methodist Church. All boys chocolate, sandwiches
for the Service materials and manufactured prod. friendly welcome at all ser.vices. -
7 morning service at 11:00: a. fined to manage Gay's icts.: Interested In joining this troop and cake and candy. fill gala; be occasion announced Complete later plans a .
Station. attend.
are Invited to e



a, f r

-_.._ 0(1:011: tit
,, , -- rn ..'

. . . . . . I was visiting friends and relatives 'Mrs T, wi ,

j,,:. Hampton Miss Agnes Crosby was the'r Mr. and MIS. i. .
;,t ()'W@ 0 @ : I' family wt-u, Xl htln., f r.\\e.'\: .
E..t"I.II"ht'd l 1877K. ,atjf I lly :Mrs. M. ('. Sw..neyI. overnight guest of Mrs. W. A. relative in M.,,k. "aQ a
1.4,I I' I. MattlieuH _ ._ ___n____ Editor and Owner j l/,Vby . . . Carver, of Gainesville Tuesday. I I ( "lll1day
i !, . : I.I I. WANTED (Chen
/1' () Miss Martha Evelyn Mai'key :
011 I No tOUon
< -"i'" '; Published \\et-kly on FrMnj und Entered an. Swuml Cluittt. . Matter t. ''' ., ,4 Nt\\; ARRIVAL I Buttons Hlgheat ta I
>.t" Friends. of Mr. and Mrs. Vivian of Jacksonville is spending aweek's prices paid ca
: "I, t,.! at the Tout. Office at Stark. Florida. .. ". .. ''' I B \ vacation with Mr and
.>". ,..J.Jf' +$$$& .' 'f .('D V''I'f\ Saxon, of Oakland, Park, Calif., TelegraphMidnight ou:
'* "
of the
I : ;. .l .' will be Interested to learn
-'ia' PIts
/f';)b Utz Method of Voting p A WEEK OP SO ago the it/ ,..(L.HARRELL I arrival of their little son, Benjamin I --'

: :lL: And Amendments Telegraph wrote to Russell Yancey the 2nd, on Sept I
"";,,1 #?: Kay, well-posted author said that necessity ia the hours to get Sheriff Ramsey on 23rd. Mr Saxon ia in the U. .
..l.:l Discussed For Headers of the "Too Lute toClassify" mother of Invention That being I the line and wound up with the S. Navy and has been stationedin 111
\',. j the case old man Bell's wife i Timekeeper's Office at Camp California for the past year.
t f. and sec- must have been a good shot with Dlandlng instead.
". .i f4 of the
retary State Press
l Association asking him to
tho rolling pin. At rate he CLARK-BCICTOV
any Sat. Sun.-Mon.
J It !
: so happens that our time Oct.
: release ,
a general discussion of the Florida Allen 22.23
3 constitu! evidently wanted( to put a long keeper's office and the Alachua Miss Frieda Burton and
':' \ i tional amendments to be voted on in the General IJeci stretch of wire between himself County jail have the game telephone Clark of Gainesville, were married .. or '

p; tion November 7. We asked Mr. Kay to put this in and her before breaking the news number and I guest! that's in Starke last Sunday after-

j/i:/; t'' + plain language so that the average voter would have that he'd be a )little late for the main reason I know, before noon at 3:30: o'clock. They were "PIN UP GIRL"

,i f.t at least a fair understanding of what the amendments supper or sitting up with a sick Sheriff Ramsey does, when some- attended by their immediate families

;:'i'\' were all about when he went to the polls. friend. It'a Bald that the first one has swiped someone else's>: tin and left after the ceremonyfor BETTY GRA LEI MARTHA

?:t4 jI Always glad to be of service to the of "long distance" telephone line tizzy or when some married man their home In Gainesville, 1U1'ETues.Wed.Thurs.
newspapers reached from his wife's living Mills Burton was a popular mem- ..
.\\j' the Mr. ; haD eloped with a redheaded or
) ., state Kay has obliged} with the
",,'f' following room to the -which is Just widow ber of the younger set and her
a !' !' grass! while his wife was
,".Ar another way of saying "the dog in the many friends here offer this ., Oct. 24-26
\ beauty parlor getting a
There seems to be considerable confusion!' in the houMc", I suppose, young couple sincere congratulations -
new hair-do. Yes old Bell
I .. minds of voters relative to the manner of voting in !!<> that an It man and best wishes for happi-
invented the '
may anykln.1 telephone and nose- 'THE HOUR BEFORE THE
I'' j 1 : !; the coming general election and particularly in regard
?',; to the several constitutional amendments presented great Improvementer one girls Invented numbers. -.
wrong .
I < I for consideration. I shall try to explain as simply and of tliow <>lil-fa..lilonc If Its possible" for a man and son, Bruce, of Jacksonville -
\1; clearly as I the ( thnt our forefather -
can procedure of voting and ,
here attending
briefly to turn 0\'''''' In his grave, INuspect spent Saturday -
', ', i. outline the amendments giving their meaning in plain had to use to u'hlsperswrct to business and visiting
nothing Into !his! ftueetie'. that Mr. Hell has

1, }f H .." ;' language.You have been informed that if you wish to f'ur'hll.the sitting on one *Meof about worn Ills shroud to relatives Mr and! and Mrs friends.Kad Watterson !j From where I sit... by Joe MarsH

: vote open fireplace she on tags whirling over und oerevery and Mrs. Robert Touchton have
i' : : a "Straight party ticket", either Republican the other and bin (
'I'4':' 4 Democratic pl'' time It takes two recently been visitors to Theres-
that do
f or '
: you can so by simply making e |aw-ln-Iuw In between to
':, :'' a cross l mark on) your ballot for the ticket of nee that they did no necking hours to connect with a par sa. In the interest of the County As American

>,," your choice.-This_ is: correct, but in doing so you while .pal'klnj ty In the next town and then Fair.Mrs. as

!I.;I' ',:j automatically HI. cast your vote for all party nominees Anyway, old man Bell kept you're told the line were. week. J. J.with Pickren her father Is! spendingthe and *4W Huckleberry Finn

:, from President on down. adding one gadget after busy transmitting emergency
'J little other relatives in Panama City.
) If you want to vote a split ballot, that is to say another until got the durn ('aliA. I haven't yet seen a Pvt. and Mrs.! Daniel Hayes

.. 1 vote for a Democrat for one particular office and a thing pretty nigh perfect. Now GI dictionary defining essential and: small son. Jerry who have About the best-read books in our let tolerance become Indifta

':" TI Republican for another office you may do so, but in If the telephone companies could and non-oisentlal calls resided here for several months town are the works of Mark ence never let freedom bean

.' this case you should not place an "X" mark in either! just employ girls who were half but I left on Tuesday last for their, Twain-who wrote Tom Sawyer license."
.. as perfect as the Instrument old gather that noneesentlnt -
the Democratic home In Indiana.M. and Huck Finn and all those\
Republican ticket" voting
or "Straight
f. John Q. Public wouldn't, be forced when you cull a physician From where I sit,that's tinei
: 1 j.,: circle. You simply ignore them and make an "X" to shout "0 Hell" Instead of to treat your poor ] W. Morrow and family of other lovable, undying stories. wisdom for a troubled wor:

-I 4i mark opposite the names of the candidates of your "Hello" when he'd waited two sick mother-in-law but essential Waldo were visiting friends hereon And I think It's. because he's whether it applies to Inter:<

f ;+ choice regardless of their party affiliation. It makes when you have to call Saturday. the most American of all our tional politics toaman'jnjl

l '. no difference whether you are registered as a Democrat the. undertaker to bury her Mr and Mrs. J. W. Horne and writers. He understood his fellow to enjoy a friendly glass of to

1' or a Republican in a general election you mayO N.G. several hours later. family were shopping in Gainesville men-and loved them as he occasionally.loved .

vote your choice of candidates in either party. Of course I'm only kidding, Saturday night. all humanity. For tolerance-respect
t Now with regard to the proposed constitutional ;11 but this wrong number business Mrs Thornton Johns and children ford
You may remember what he other fellow's rlghu-li
has started me thinking a littleat lmp<
+r? amendments. YOU MUST VOTE ON THESE; INDEPENDENTLY. 9.3by that America has sufferedthe Gladys Edwin and W. H. said of Tolerance and Freedom tant not Just in the blftthtoj

,4 : : ; .-They are not covered by a '' loss of quite a few of her were Lydia visiting Hall, of her Theresaa mother on, Sun-Mrs -those principles so'baslc to our but in the little human fverjdi

"Straight ticket" vote either Republican or Demo most noted men recently, some day. Mrs Hall has been seriously way of life. Mark Twain believed things too. /
t'ratic.-So in the event you should vote a , i T. Sgt. A. W.. of whom lived their allotted span! 111 and her many friends In them.of course. He fought for c911/ ,

u I "Straight" vote you MUST still make an "X" I. Anderson. Jr. of life while others--like Wendell are wishing her a complete and them. But he cautioned: "Never

mark fnv At nrvnlntai pn'h of the Revernl I amend. Willkle-weie cut down In their D aa.'" .cr M ftft.vV.CA__..
opccuy 3'
r merits. The 8---; holds t u--lfyo; vote for each Somewhere In NEI prime. I remember back In my D.V, Johnson and daughter, No. 99 of a Serif Copyright, 1944 Dreiung Indiutry fawbj
NEI Is the abbreviation for childhood, heating the cotton-
individual candidate. June of Jacksonville were week-
There are 9 amendments to be considered. Listed Netherlands East Indies picking colored folks sing something end guests! of his daughter, Mrs,
about "Dead heads
In the words of Caesar "We
Frank Williams and his
h t as follows: suckers how do live when sister
came, we saw. we conquered". you Miss Maggie Johnson.The JOHN F. WARNE
ry k ((1)) Shall the tax rate on intangibles, (stocks, Your Times-Union the morn. good men are dying every day"

t bonds, cash, etc.) be limited to 2 mills on the dollar? Ing after our D-Day probably and I'm wondering if It could Baptist Women's Missionary ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
((2)) Creating three state senatorial districts, one dismissed our "invasion" with have been wrong number trouble Society held its monthly
Et Okeechobee Counties of some such simple as: that caused some of those young- meeting at the Baptist Churchon
,w consisting of Osceola and ; one summary Tuesday the 10th. An Inter-
Broward County and of Calhoun and Gulf Coun- "The Army forces of General er-than-70 men to answer the
I eating program was carried out
call so life.
early & It's just
,j ties. (Giving Florida three more senators representing established MacArthur a yesterday beacbheed morning on go I possible that Saint Peter put In and at the conclusion of the devotional Electric Wiring Service & Repairs

j, : these districts!!). ''a call for some good-for-nothing service Mrs. Doris Hicks,
and so (no names says the censor -
k ((3)) Limiting justice of the peace districts in any ) island against slight resist politician the wrong number wall hostess of the afternoon served no .. __ __ _
I'' ? county to five and giving the legislature, with a referendum ance." given and a good man had to sandwiches with cold drinks. nepairs 10 AH luaicea or Electric Ranges

( !;a + (vote) for the people, the right to change The operation was our answer. Carlton Chastaln U. S. Navy

+ + such districts. first real, live one and was Now I'm not making any who is stationed at Camp Peary, We have in stock units to fit
Va., was the of his replacement
Insinuation, guest wife
((4)) Providing for ejection of state attorneys, anything' but simple! or Blight understand
w A ) judges of criminal courts of record and solicitors (except to UM. Your truly "('anii'llon" hake you Starkeltes, noticed and smalt daughter and his parents 90 percent of'' all electric ranges
Mrs. T. C. Chas-
how long It takes to get
in Escambia court of record-Now) they are nominated from the rear ec'ht'lon.hut your taln this week.
next-door neighbor> to answer
4' 't in the primaries and appointed by the Governor. when, \\e were the real far thing from tie arrived | the phone on the day thC'>re'jC Mr. and Mrs. W, D. Carter.

((5) Commonly known as the "RighttoWork"amendment. rear for part of our function to be a dance at the USO? are announcing the arrival of a CALL OR LEAVE ORDERS AT

,', Would prohibit the union "closed Is the processing! of Now old man John Q. Public son on Friday the 13th at the Olson's
H shop" making it unlawful to deny a person the casualty report" 'oull be doesn't object to our soldiers Alachua County Hospital. :Mrs. Refrigeration Service

_ 4 right to work because of membership or non- glad to know that If our being entertained but what Carter will be remembered as Phone Starke 14

_ membership in a union, but specifically protecting business, for a living wan reporting .he does object to I* tyingupof Miss Leila Mae Brown of Hamp--

. the workers right to collective bargaining. caaualtlen we'd now the telephone system w II lietho..e ton.Mrs.

((6)) Providing for uniform system of county and bo bankrupt. hello-glrU are booking/ H. D. May :Atlss: Ida Ha-
'their dates. Just how much
where local special Early in the morning of D plus gan Mrs Grlssle and Mrs.
I + municipal governments except or .
truth there> !IK to It. I would Claude
( after
i one day D-Day) we had May spent Thursday in
,I laws are in effect or may become effective. (Seemsto our first Nip air raid. I soon not know but I've heard that Gainesville shopping

to defeat its own purpose because of the "exception") dlscoveied that there Is nothing when a girl applies for a position Warrant Officer Walden Wads-

'n ray ,r? ((7)) Fixing the term of office of persons appointed quite BO disconcerting!! as real with the telephone worth returned( to his ship Monday THIS WEEK ntSensational

1 to fill vacancies in elective offices live bombs dropping all around, company the first question morning after spending the

I ((8)) Extending the terms!' of county commissioners and if we could, have crawled she's aslted" IH "Can you week-end( at home with his par.

+ a from two to four years. (Do you want your county UNDER our fox holes we would dance Instead of "How ents Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wads-<< S... 14,11. w E./u.. tr awLciv
:: + commissioners to hold office four years or two?) have. There has been a light much experience have you worth, Sr. He is Chief Radio!(
bad In
((9)) Consolidating the offices of city and county laid neatly every morning so ?" giving wrong numbers operator on a Merchant Ship.
far but, apparently, those Japsl'ouldn't Sgt. and Mrs. Ray Austin and
in County.
tax assessors!' and
fi'r'r hit the broad side of a I Mr and Mrs. Harold Palmer and
, (Estimated will save taxpayers $100.000.) barn. Our ack ack works the I ers! of newspapers, then my pan. children of Waldo have recently
NOTE: Another amendment calling for consolidation dawn raiders over so that a Nip cho (six foot square waterproof moved to Hampton.

;1i t of offices in Dade and Orange Counties was plant hardly dares show its propeller material with hole In the center L R. Kalch Jr., Fireman 2-c,
1 stricken from the ballot as unconstitutional. around here. One morn- and lined as a raincoat) and on U S. Navy was the guest of a a 1 1
ing the warning system failed top of all that my blanket Relatives and friends this week.

SENATOR JOSEPH[ II. and the first anyone knew of a \\'" have a pretty good He is enjoying a 21 day leave
' One Brave Senator laid was the bursting .of a bomba area now except that It Is and has spent moat of his time
; Is i Waging Crusade Ball, Republican of Minnesota mile or so away! very muddy. But details .at his! home In Jacksonville, He

fi For Strong Peace is waging a We had nothing to eat that have been hauling! Hand In for Is now located at Charleston, S.
k praise-worthy fight for a first week but C, D and K rations "several days. The native C

i strong peace and a new C ration Is a can of are drifting back to their Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dodd and

.t""'" international league "with teeth" to enforce it. lie declares beans can of meat-and-vegetable villages from their hideout youngest son, Danny of Mldlakea

y S'' r that the November 7 election gives the people stew and a can containing five In the hills and they went' were Sunday guests of Mr. and
1 their last' chance to prevent another world war by retiring cl'al'kers. a little powdered coffee to like us. They are a light :Mrs G. Wadsworth, Sr. I
> three cubes of sugar and copper color and have fairly I
+ I
r a Congressional isolationists on a wholesale and four . . . .
_ candy drops. D ration is a manageable black hair thin . . .
t ,,, non-partisan ba. two inch by four inch choclate KpH. and are quite human
+..f ;; Senator Ball points out that eleven of the thirty-two bar. K ration Is the best. It looking. Some of the boys" BrookerBy
h Senators up for re-election are obdurate obstructionists consists of three wax paper remark that the girl/ look

k to world cooperation and have offered nothing to wrapped cardboard packages each awful white to them andMP's . . .Joyce. .Atkinson. .
} take its place. Eight of the eleven are Republicans the size of Cracker Jack box are stationed In the . .

e,,, and three are Democrats. The Senator believs that and contains canned eggs and tillage just tn cane . Mr. and
? . . .... . AL ?a
bacon cheese pork_ loaf.. crack._ Going to church here_ this_ "_" ___ ____ Crosby_ UCOITUPUL .
r A. wnen worm peace ia at sume puny ui.iiuui.iuii does not, unn -- .n. W.u DUn ear r were in
se h ers coffee, lemonade morning reminded visiting pc
sugar powder me of the
count and says, "The time when the' people can be ef- bouillon chewing gum fruit early days of the Pilgrim fathersIn Gainesville Monday, NUTRITIOUS
Miss '
fective is not early next when the Mary Ellen Waters
year security treaty bar dextrose candy squares a New England; each man goes was 'tI \ s DELICIOUS =
'y! comes up in the Senate for ratification but this Nov chocolate bar and cigarettes to services carrying his gun. But visiting Harris Pvt. and Mrs. Joe Ray A

t V : rl ; ember-at the polls. The psychological effect of licking nut now the kitchen> are<< It Isn't the uncivilized savages Miss of La Crosse last week.
: Plnholater AND
i these fellows functioning nnd we're worried and QUICK EASY/
may serve to put the treaty over. although the about-it's the Mrs. Lee Green '
I ' Fortunately Florida is not afflicted with isolationists food Inery ordinary, It's "clvlllyed" savages. in Jacksonville Thursday were shopping : -2 TO SERVE,

; ,' in its Congressional family, but we sincerely hope that better than C rations The But none of us Is looking for Mr. and Mrs. William Dukes

' 'x the states that are will listen attentively to the words rooks are a capable 'lot of any medals. As Corporal Louis and son Marvin and Mrs. Reddick

of Senator Ball who is waging such an admirable fight fellows and do the best they Bloom one of our clerks from I Thomas were in Alachua on busi 1 Famous NationallyAdvertised
can wllli what Johnstown Pa., 3
k Y for a strong they ha\e. I summed It up ness Friday.
peace. sprinkle everything! liberally last night: "The only thing I'm First class Brands
Petty Officer
ii 7 Theo
with u box of celery Halt went looking for in .this mane Army dore Tyler is
visiting his
y t I Q The Florida War Fund helps our men and women to me from home and believeme Is a discharge Mr. and Mrs. Cooney Tyler parents for r
in service helps needy civilians and It certainly Improve the Amen brother! a few days while
supports rehabilitation i Army diet Miss enroute to Va. The "BIG 2"at HOT PRICESPost
J allies abroad. Dorothy
among our Every Florida community Now that things have Crosby was vis

4 i r i should give full support to this great effort. down I sleep well although quieted I'm AT FIRST Wednesday iting her sister Louise in Starke. Toasties or Kellogg's CoraFLAKES

a't''t Did you write letters to the service men you know and tired will of sprawling be glad when on the the ground SIGNOrA -D Pfc. James R. Mott of Atlanta. 6.oz

1 during "Letter Writing Week"?-If you didn't, you of our equipment arrives. I tried rest O'" Ga., Is visiting his parents ]Mr. 3 boxes 13
f at can still do so, why not make this week and EVERY .o Improvise a Beautyreet mat. and Mrs Noon Mott

s'' week "letter writing week'-nothing means more to :Tens as follows: Font I laid several G: 666 Rogers Misses and Louise Blosa. Annie Lee
the men in the service than a letter from someone at layers of burlap sack cloth use visiting in Gainesville Mae Parker were !

k ;y home. on the ground; then several lay- Cold Ptepaiation asdirectf Mrs. Rita Brown ,of Thursday.Ralford 29 More Popular Brands On Sale

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:Mniulay In the Month "f :NorenlIer. Order In next IBMII'HVltuiBH 'I
Tornadoes fourMMkly: : .. .. .. .. ._ ._ .. ._ ._ ._ ._._._.._ ._ _.
Upset Mullets l tM4.! \Vhlrh N i the (hlh. dll)' \ in> hand. HIUI tifflrlal' -----.--..--.---.--.--,-.-- .--.-.-..-..--.-- -.-.-.-.--.----.--
"f Novcinbur A. P. l' 44.l Heal tit Stiirko, Flotldn, thin ....1-.1.h'r
lor-0!"*U Green >att>d this 2ml iljv of October .. IIlh. 4944.IOF'F'll't.1I. .
,' Turner A .1). li H.O."IAI.. . fi\l.I: > .1. .1. Thomas, TO Tim
11'1.Uuhhy I By Surprise 12-7 Score . SEAL) .t. .1. Thomas i AH flerk of mild ('''"I't.
ISlogrnphtesLora! Clerk. uf flriMilt ,'',, art, l rnclford '1'. "'I,'allk ....",11'1111I. 1011111 k.,. Plorlilii.
and t'rDD'.oUt'y ('..unt) Florida. io-l( 4t 10-2 Ally t for Plf) 10113-41-11
'J't'\I" Friday the Bradford Tornadoes
sewn-Gurnlttt Ilutloan.l I IN <'uidir t'''' III'. tllt'II.'nUIl iciiuiir
let Football t''III'1'tl' \1'111 THERESSA
arhllra Kt't'n playing their first game away Squad fillT\. KI.OKIMli IN 'IINHutitit 101 "'I't i 1.\1' It I4II' ,_
oil from home t FNi. < no.KiUar, '.
defeated the St. :
Ulo/traphlf'Dorothy/ Honor GuestsAt 11. Kdmondx.' riiihiltff ... ..
\ It \-itithn, rinlntlff v All Son ice Basket Dinner
IOMn :Marie E.lwaranf .. Augustine Mullets in a thriller! on. \IlIrllllr.) Ktlniundl: l * Ixndorii,, II. VniiKhi, I h e I .", I"nl."
St. Augustine's Francis Field. Steak SupperThe CHHO Nil. 33CiO.ultliRK ('...... :II.... 3355.
.lllene Kelley Sunday October 29
.8 \ -- OP rrill.lCVTIONANP OKHKIt! : CiV. ITHI.1CTION AM ,
t''Dture\larlon:\ John The final score was 12 to 7. XOTICH TO .UM'KAH NOTICK TO AITKAHSTATM :
Green The \ Home Economics Department STATE OK. KUIU1.A/ ,. to: Marl(- OF .'I.IIHIIIII' Inn- __.._________._._.__,_._.___._.__1I 1-
End Betty HIllA'1 uu ?is leaped to an early last Thursday night Oct.
lead passing their way over the
12 was a scene of the BradfordHi
marker and McKinnon carryingfor 1

tonal the extra point. The Tornadoes supper Tornadoes to their enjoying hearts' a content.steak Have Coca-Cola The welcomes
came back strong with half a = family
[ u War Fund Week and The steaks 'were donated to the you
back R. J. Turner carrying to i
kbodv hoe been asked to give football boys by H. A. Lawson. i
the 4 and on the next play going
? Last The boys It much.
year appreclted
'hi! ,-ampalgn. very r n I I 1' 1
L. ,( (Bounty did not evenfit i over. Anderson attempted the :Mrs.. Cook Mrs. Cooper :Mrs. t au II ktlpl Il r (
point the
through line
but was I i
We all Sewell, and Mrs. Osborne
,rv. anything. i inal were -
stopped Just short of the marker.
'hia fund will go for thE' energetic women who cooked
Both teams made s Sim i
such as the USOs no threatIn the supper for the boys. Steak t II o I
things the I ii 1'Al
1 remaining minutes of the
P isontrs Aid, and tomato and letuce salad. French I
\\\'a'' '
... first half. fried potatoes hot biscuit and I II II''' tlv
I v 'I r t,{ UW lul4w te: "
have bought The Mullets kicked off to the Ice tea was the delicious menu. II i 1.tkS ,
> Kn. w you I rl;
( Starke gridders in the tl
and Stamps and have The Cheerleaders were given 1 )lw
I (
Bends' the Red Cross ,and l allstart half and on the first play from the honor of serving the football 1 I a. .: ;, s 191 i

1? that have scrimmage R. J. Turner went off players. Wearing their ()fflclalunlfol'ms II I -

a,..Rtd i :hangs''" nut this you Is differ- tackle from the Tornado 35: for and little white aprons. II I i +, 11 I

I, n dudes all the organiza- the score. Burney's try from they looked very elegant. Betty I 4 "NC PientlaPINMi: !' AIOt "1111 1

", ai' ivould ordinarily have placement was wide. The game Hiatt presented a biscuit to Billy I I ;I _7 S "rp ?(t d r 1 Nla'i i
seesawed through the rest of the ak
,rirlve. It helps such Burney that Mrs. Onborne had
.aint'' third period nnd all of the fourth made especially for him. Billy I
rganizations as the Boy t I
'i .,
with neither team having the ad- little in doubt bs
IG.n: Scouts. and others. was a at first so I N is
vantage. The gun sounded with he hesitated before he took It i 1
le quota| for our county Is the Starke team In possession of Someone made the remark !tjmt ,

Jaigt;: But will we raise It? the ball on their own 45. they had never seen girls so I I'r'' I ; ; 1 :'.
rail as last year? ItL :
tip WI'
IK 1
McKinnon was outstanding anxious to serve before. I 11
> as students to see I ,
iniv ;
Is filled. While : offensive player for the Mullets Following the supper speeches .
t mis quota and R. J. Turner and Andersonwere were made by Conch Hobbs _
be able to do it our.0n -
ray shining lights for Bradford., Coach GGeiger, Captain Wads- Idi
remind others toit
3 must worth Gene Cope Bobby Turner I '
[ Toll your parents about Thank/ I and many others. i t ) 4'4't 1 1r 1 t
|, them to contribute toiiliwhile c! i .
]1,1,l get The Bradford team wishes to The Cheerleaders want to' / ,

\\', cause. Don'tnior thank Mr. Lawson for the very' thank\ Bobby Turner for Includ- lr/ ,

delicious and abundant steak _ r
sup ing them In his speech. As the

per enjoyed by the entire team : boys were leaving the lining w

Biographies Thursday night. Thanks also to.. room the Cheerleaders huddled 1 x t

Mrs. Cooper Mrs. Cook, and Mrs. and gave 15 rahq for team and 4 rw i

William R. Burney Osborne for their preparing of then 15 raha for coaches.

lay 18 1927, William R. Bur- the meal and to the cheerleadersfor Then the work began. The or greeting new and old friends
. .
[ better known as Billy be- their serving.HONOR Job of washing dishes. The cheerleaders ,

an acldc'd attraction and atil did not mind because they t

feature to Mr. and Mrs. ROLL12th are all good sports. The foot Unexpected visitors can be expected in wartime. Sons bring home their wives.

Burney of Lawtey, Florida. ball team should be proud to Soldiers on furlough drop in without notice. New neighbors come to call. i r
e Is now the ripe ole age of have the Cheerleaders cheeringfor

5 feet 10 Inches tall, weighs Dorothy Barnes them at every game. With wartime shortages, a simple but hearty welcome is best. It's what you /

pounds and hits black hair Bobble Beckman After a supper like that it's
share in friendliness, not what you have, that counts. There's no more friendly !
blutyes Robert Biggs no wonder the Tornadoes won

(Per, living in Lawtey a while Frances Colley the game they played with the greeting than Have a "Coke"". And you can play host on a moment's notice

moved to Jacksonville Fla.. Audrey Crews Mullets In St. Augustine.
I when you have Coca-Cola on hand in your refrigerator: Have a "Col,," says
attended the Tenth and Mar- Lora Crews f

and Brentwood School] Dorothy Crosby Meet The Faculty Welcome makes new and old friends feel at home with you and yours. r

it liking that school very Marie Edwards I I It's natural I for popular I names +

\ he then came to Brad- Eula Mae Eunice i. J. D. Kuykendall BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF tHB COCA-COLA COMPANY IV to acquire friendly abbrevlu

High: and entered the tenth Oleeta Green J. D. Kuykendall teacher of tlona. Tlmi'i why you hear

:e. Hu has played -football Stella Mae Hayes .'I : Creative Writing, Bible English STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. "" Coca-Cob tailed "Cuke". ',

two years, and plays rightthis :Marian Johns f III and our Librarian wa born

year. Barbara Keen in Fort Jones, Calif., June 4, _O IV" Tl<. C-C: Co..

Fbotand Ailene Kelley 18SC. lie was educated at the
ilv-; favorite likes are: -
Eustace Kelley College of the Pacific and received -
basketball but Italian
hens, with meat balls run a Clarice Rosier. the Honorary degree of
Arnold Wasdln I D .D. from the Atlanta Theological -
second He also likes "goodc
11th Seminary In 1929 and, from

c Lila Rae Caldwell Rollins College in 1930. :

no special dislikes, ex- Esther Crews He married Ruth Eleanor Gay .

-tuck up people." Luella Davis of Hawthorne, on July 21, 1914.
'. 'hi' Senior Class haIl
a "
Eunice Griffis They have one daughter, Billle E
i : ''inv' and a wonderful
Mott Rothe.
Dorothv Marie .I:1
'Jail. player.Dorothy .
Myrtle Thomas I Dr. Kuykendall began aa a

'1\ Ian Barnes Charles Thornton newspaper reporter In 1900. He u

"rothy was born on June 6, Gloria Cooper was editorIal writer on the San

n Dothan Alabama. A Hazel Fields Jose Calif. :Mercury from 1904to

'!oaf to Alabama was when Esther Griffis 1912 telegraph editor of the ,

moved to Florida at the age Margaret Montelth Omaha Bee from, 1912 to 1914.

ee, Seleeta Sparks He has also been editorial contributor ri53,223,65JL't

e attended Rising Grammar Betty Turner to the Miami Daily Herald It
Bobby Turner since 1922, and from 19"35 to
"01 1 for eight years: she thened
10th 1938 was lecturer in philosophyat
dear ole B. H. S_ from
University of Miami. Dr.
h i she hopes to graduate this Stanley Crosby the
Jackie Haskina Kuykendall i Is a DIrector of the $ LoaneclbyFloriclaNationalGrouji.I

"'t' has brown eyes, chestnut Elmer JohnsElizabeth Sapp Atlanta Foundation Theological affiliated with Seminary the Banks During the Last 12 Months

'1\ hair is :5 feet 3. inches Marion Brown Vanderbilt School of Religion 1 "

and weighs 115: pounds Shea Is member of the Dade
Marilyn Crosby and a
charming disposition. Jeanette Grlmer County Planning Council. He Is This is' approximately $75 material things that make up

ke most people she has) her Harvlne Watterson author of "The New Meaning of

hles'. They are: letter wrlt- 9th an Old, Creed", and "Religion and each for every man, woman our daily lives.

!n't I.preferably to people she Melvine Davis Life Today". He was ministerof and child in Florida. Of course, Think of loans in this light:
know), collecting pent Ona Demorest the Plymouth Church In Co-

"'. and reading non-fiction Billy Smith coanut Grove (Miami), Fla., for the money was not loaned on And then think of the tremendous -

.5 She likes friends sailors Prevatt8th twenty-two years. lie taught at
Audrey that basis but much of it
"' doesn't ?), and going to Hawthorne last year. impetus given to Florida'sgrowth

'c*>.>h> She dislikes cursing and Janet Anderson His hobbles are, photographyand finally reached the pockets of by the vast sum ofi

Madge Brownlee . printing.
"'"rothy, workers doctors dentists merchants made available
ambition Is being on Marcus Clayton \OTKi: Ol- ti'P6I11'IO\ money through
honor, roll every month. We, June Caldwell Fell T'tt l>tKIXriintr : : and thousands of other '
the Florida National
Senior ( Hilla. IMt: Group.
Class, wish her lots DewKenneth
Patsy ..
xo-ricn J is iiKiticrrv: 'auk Grlder ')'. J. Alderman. hoMer ..f Tax individuals because almost all
Minnie Lou Hazen I'.rt l Itl"lth' NiimluTed rp"l'<".1tlv<'Iy. No other group of banks in
I 511 and 521: |I""u..d t the 2nd. flay of this loaned
.C Flashes Idell Landrum of Hcptonilipr A. 1). 1l15!! ; S... 2.'i:; I"Auguatil7Y l money was to Florida with this
Matheny ,. 4. I 1M1.! : >u. Ianda'2a5] can compare
Marvella .W. businesses farmers and indus
1919! and 44 '
.:e news from Mrs. Cooper's Virginia Milligan IMHIICI! September 2ml., I94U ha.filed .* total of money loaned. We arc'

1 grade is: Audrey Moore coma application In my for office tax and d*.il himmadu to tries in Florida. of this because it is clear

lrfflccrs' Betty Anne Randolph7th b.. Immed th.-renn. proud <,
have been elected vely I embrace ?Y<
Said ('ertlfteates Bank loans stimulate
they are a, follows the following d..-rliod| PnPntlen progress evidence of our sincerity when ?

("idem() Billy Edwards Peggy Dale I In Florida the County, to.wit of: Bradford when the into that
Jo Ann Dinkins Slate of money goes we we believe that
'' President Wi.l of HWi' of HK'i: E 415 say
Doyle Conner Catherine Galney Ft of SKV of SK'4' of HW'i-T AHPO. the hands of business and individuals
ftretary Martha Sargent Charles Hardlnbrook I II T" p. S. H. 2J K.. contain- nothing must stand in the way

|I Porter*surer Mary Jimmy Weldon Godwin Jerry Merrill tog 27 Acres under, morn said C..rtltkat.10.or leas, I" emgraced -. : who are using it for new of sound, constructive develop t

| ihorr talk was given by each Frank Rosser 544.Ii.lpor. at SW 'or of NWtj, & run . the of Florida and the South'
the Charles Smith: I* ft60 ft. thence N 350 ft. thence enterprises or development ment
I officers and we all clan ft for a pt of hew, thencerun
I K 132
t o -ui N :StO ft. K ins! ft. S :3V ft. expansion of established it is" clear evidence that
Class part a> members ofMarlon Senior NewsOur W 1111! ft to Pt of I'. **..-1% AMec. .. aid east
< Brown and 2* Twp. 8 M. n. 2.1 B.. COn, '
ey MrRae were relected for taming 3 Acre more or less, .Membraced |concerns. Instead of being we support this belief by cooperating -! .
Increasedone undJ said Certificate r
class was
senior I
3eil rppr" 'ntatlves to the Youth last Monday, when Inez No.Tnt 523.9 of Illk 1 Ward City 1'1.' .... merely dollars, these loans with commerce, industry ) / 3 t

entered school 7 S. H. 20 y:.. In embraced '
) Taylor II
(Cutshaw translate themselvos and
: 'quickly agriculture by
Reporter M. C. W. were very glad to under said crtlflcat. / No. 25. ,
here.Ve See
Pile 11 Ward City

ICK RELIEF fRdM have such a friendly person Join ender 8 Lot Twp.3 paid 7 of S.Certificate II. 20 E.. No.l Is embraced 31. into payrolls, supplies, materials means of loans=the lifeblood, h

us 4 of nik 12, Ward City M..". -
"p'm or OUtrm Arising f urnULCERS Garnita Hutto and Bobby Biggs S Twp. 7 S. H. 20 K., ,I". embraced the thousand and one of progress. fy.1T .
that under Bald Certificate :No. 44. .
MACH have served so Pmt I A W 20 ft of Lot S of
were re-elected as repre- Plk 21 niantonn Add to Harnpton. ,
tTo Council.The Sea 30 Twp. 7 S K. 23IK.. l Is embraced
EXCESS for the
ACID sentatives under said certificate Pso.

*tooMTella offlollle Treat Mntthat football game with as Lake the 355.The a....ednment of the sold property FLORIDA NATIONAL
Help or It Will( Cost You Nothing Butler has been chosen tinder ald certificate SI* was
Coming Game." In the name of Unknown The .t., "-
\ "Home '! '" GROUP of BANKS
T3IENThaveb.en UwWILLARD assessment of said Property under
that th/s
'; Mid for rrJtofo* I am glad to report said certificate No. S21 wan In thenaroe
f dle'.., .. trmaU&M more ., The
Q' rtaln ** to fill of Erne..tkClnlll.
class w
-n'1 Ule.r. due to 1:_AeidIlh4tios Senior stable number ofRed amendment of ...1.) property under
.. safer 0. ue .-ell. than, their said. ..- ' VWBS In the ?
'".U.I V.*"" MMplMHMM Cross boxes. name oV'rM. '1". ; The II1'
I.t.I"W! .'trial Iew I ItSiJ of said property under
on 1 5 da! missed our spOnsor a""m..nt
_* 1 "*-...." which racyHOCiI We certainly aid certificate No. 31 wa. In 'he
lroatmon--.. Mrs. Osborne, who was away name of Mr. Ijmra y,:. Baxter: The -
,,.."." property underald
DRUG STORE Friday. Monday and Tuesday. tlficatSsNo. 44 wa In fhe i
M. A. K. name of 1tre. Laura E. Baxter; The



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1 ; resented. subject waa Mrs. H . C C S S C C 5 S C C S Pringle Ralph Darley, Jack Dar- of the --
fl I SOCIETY and CLUBS ley, Johnle Bennett, Troy Load- I opposing( ''''"
:; Refreshments' of Ice cream and c. RItch gave an Interesting review holtz Charles Beck stands at a't,',, :,r ,", EveI)'.
; .. cake were served by the choir of the progress of mission- Lawtey Tommy band plays ,tb, ntt.> \1lie
"'" '" members assisted by Mrs. D. S. ary work in India; Mrs. A Z. Beck, John Henry Collier. Paul then the thn\. ,. ," antb
ItNew Thomas. Mrs. M, C. Mrs. Ky F. 1C. ('arradineC Crawford J. C. Prevatt, Jr., I ''n1l11: !,,,",
:' River WMU Cook, Mayhugh, AdkIns then reviewed the splendid ending with ? nJIt
S "
S S S S S S ?''I"'lh"
A playlet "Myself In the Of- K. M. Davis, !Mrs. K. G. Duncan, work being done by Clara Leon (Let 'Er Go) Starling, Ish- and L awing iI.'; "ke
\\ h. ,
:, i Has Annual Meet leiing.. Plate" was presented by Carolyn Edwards Vivian McRae Swain Hospital, In Barellly India. Well we reckon' the happiestgal am Davis, Harry 'V. Wilkerson, and Torna.lorc.,1,!,"s le.n. t1p ba

p j././) I At Lawtey Church Starke W. M. S., after which and Barabura Jean Mayhugh. I This Informal service was in Lawtey Is Mrs. Bobby Tay- Bill Pendarvls Sidney Shuford field to th,. ,?,?"?"mol", rt

L ( ( the following! officers and chair Invited to be with the Presbyterian closed with prayer. lor, are Inez Cutshaw. It seems David Shuford Floyd Grlffls, of an pnthu.i, 118 4 plal_

-'U t The New River W. M. U. Association men were elected and Installedby people were: The Rev. that Inez wall expecting her new- Dick Anderson and many otherswe may be wrong, ht,, ,It t''1'\1, \

f i ilJ tr ; held Us annual meeting Rev. Lewis D. Haines: Presi Fred Yerkes, the Rev. and Mia. Birth AnnouncementsMr. ly acquired husband some weeks i cannot recall at this late date. than thl' ':Ind. btel' -
'I "', dent-Mrs. W. C. Carr; VlcePresirlent ,- Grover Alison, the Rev. and Mra. later when he unexpectedly Again we say it is our duty to ; WIII Brr'rnble'
: 1 at the Lawtey Baptist Church, 'I finds on the 0 I
-' -Mrs. Lewis D. Haines; W. J Churchwell, and the Rev. early train Fri- help these boys remember their grlrtll!On
,; Wednesday, Oct. 11, with a large popped up on an halves bew:
d ,,4;t number of delegates and visitors/ I Secretary-Treasurer H. L. and Mrs. Lewis Halnes. A delightful day. This pair of young newly- homes. Let's all send Xmas at Bas !amh n.,,,, \wt\ ,
least. do
lin ; ent. Publicity-Mrs. V. H. Garden; 50 persons. S.- the weekend after an endless WSCS MEETS:

: -4" Mission Study.-Mrs. Nubit Kite; separation of three weeks My-
< The meeting opened at 10:30: The Women's Society of Christian
: ) 'E) Orphanage-Mra./! T. B. Harding; W.S.C.S. Circles O-my. Pvt. Bobby returned to :
"I and the devotional and Mrs. G. B. Alvarez p '
': l ; a. m., was Service met at the Methodist !
White Cross Mrs.\ H. B. Arwood; his duties at Fort Jackson Mon- 'A Childre
44 led by Mrs. J. P. Wyrick, using Training School-Mrs. T. J. I Met MondayThe Starke daughter born Oct. 12. parsonage with Mrs. C. M. CL' .
's '.thc jf sM;: as her subject "The CrownI Mr. and Mra. E. P. Mathews day.Pvt. Worthington on' Thursday, Oct. (. .J (!
\\l) J1: Awaits the Conquest", followed Strickland; Stewardship-Mrs. L. Woman's Society of Chris- Starke son born, Oct. 14. Joseph E. (Feets) Shu- ,12. p4 ,

',.':Jt by prayer. A short business hes- E. Wilson' : Margaret .I'und-Mr tian Service met Monday after- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Alvarez ford, oldest son of Mr. and :Mia. The meeting was opened with a _Chenille
J. W. Thomas Community the week-
i'l'r: slon Wall held by Mrs W. C. ; noon in the Methodist church and tarke: daughter born Oct. 11. John S. Shuford, spent Scripture portion read by the
Mrs, Charles Torres and
: his visit
'. ,: Carr president, at which time Director Mrs. held a business* and program Mr. and Mrs. Slater Robertson end in Lawtey, first President, Mrs. G. W. Roberts,
t4ig recognized and Young People's Mrs. W. G. Halle the Green Cove born home since Induction four weeks Robes
lI'i"'lj visitors were meeting. Springs son and another member led In pray.
':;;1' committees H. D. Dowllng. the meet- Oct. 16. ago. Joe is stationed at Blanding
I- T ? were appointed. president, being absent er. A short business session followed
1 j J'I''j The benediction was pro- Ing was presided over by the Mr. and Mrs. Percy Reddish, and is having the opportunity of '
: ,, , \, The Memorial Meditation "We after which a number of ;
'. nounced by Mr. Halnes. W. E. Middleton. born Oct. proving the value of big feet in if>" ,1' Sizes
Mrs. Hellbronn
vIce-prOHldent, Springs, son
t">i 1 : : -fl, Follow, Not With Fears" was this good old Florida sand. Joe the ladles took part in the program : ifj,:
": i .. 17. about medical work .f.'U 8
conducted by Mrs. M. I. Cason. telling J to 14
Farewell Party Mrs. W. J. Churchwell conduc- Mr.Xand Mrs. Pheion T. Kinney, will make Uncle Sam a real .
c\i'ij:,% ; Highlights of the meeting were for women in India, supportedby
soldier' of the best.
MiaVllvnKnth ted the devotional service and her son born Oct. 17. in America. A half
addresses delivered
the by III For Rev. and Mrs. women $2.50 &
When of
couple politicians $$5.95
I ;,.,. 'v' _..____... _7>.flnuavi/tA_._..__. RtntA._. W H. .KfIT. ... -. - _- . .. him..__.* wna n__ then____n Anent-r-n. in n. _nlhlA__._
I ,., :j Field Secretary and Miss I Chas. H. Allen the reacn public the home-stretcn of their opponent's they ten study, the text book being "The I

I Alda Grayson. returned Missionary I Word of His Grace", based on
I The Rev. and Mrs. Charles H. complete unfitness for office. We TheSmart(
___!J 1 c from China. Miss Provence! the Letter to the Ephesians.
Allen were honored with a surprise find ourselves agreeing with both Shop
;I spoke on the subject "Henceforth farewell given by the aides. During the Week of Prayer:
: In Fields of Conquest", and Mlas' '
members of the Presbyterian O. J. (Red) Anders Jr., is following and Self Denial, Oct. 25 to 31, Adjacent to P. 0.
p' \ Y Grayson spoke on "With Deeds! .
\ : church evening at in the footsteps of hisanarr group prayer meetings will bViitr4 :
-I :, of Love and Mercy". After these the manse.on Friday __ __ .,._....__. in,_ .nie.._ _____h_. 01_6 sectionfoicman. ___U__ .. .In., 1iA... .rinwiAa__._._ f\f__ f..ha. ..TYiAmltni.._u..__._a !I
\c : : t interesting and inspiring talks I capacity and service in the
gang 'Ole' Red started a special
----U ,t kIc! prayer. was offered by Rev. G. The living room and dining'loom Well, tieie 'tit. Fair time again, pose . this. sort of thing some 33 church is being planned for the STARKETRANSFER
;, p1. E. Cutshaw and the meeting recessed were tastefully decorated even If It Isn't exactly fair and is now assistant I,<>ad. evening of Thursday, Oct. 26.
for the noon hour, at with such Fall flowers as October weather . Too bad the Cuban A little bird buzzes' that: Virginia -
1' which time a delicious luncheon ,, daisies ageratum and tlthon- hurricane had to get wound up Sewell (FSWC) has pledged master out of Jacksonville while'young' LET'S HAVE TOKNADOKETTKS

4 was served} by the Lawtey W. M. ia. Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf and Just as we were counting big on PI Phi . Comer Perryman has Red says he will be where With the full belief that constructive -
his is 32
--I S. Mrs. Jeanette Young greeted the doin' a bit of celebratln', but I transferred from Fisher's Island from Pappy Just years.' suggestions are within Local And
now. Red and his attractive -
4 P-- The afternoon devotional guests at the door, and they guess we're lucky to escape with N. Y. to Fleet Sound School Key wife the rights of all football fans we

_ led by Mrs. Nublt Kite using passed on to shake hands with nothing more serious than 'a lot West . Edwin St. John gets their young father's house are In living at are taking advantage of this Long Distance

her subject "Sweet Amen was// the honor guests, Mr. and Mrs. of rain . Takes more than a his mail now at Room 29, Gold and we are glad to advise Lawtey that means to propound our theoryas Hauling

J Peace", followed by prayer. Allen. little moisture to keep Callstreet- Hotel Salt Lake: City Utah . 'hln,. .I"ft t..,... "'n.. ft# '_._I.. _.._ to .aa Innovation that will certainly .
_ I short. Conference was held by The president of the Ladles' ers away from the music an'bilght Its a son-an'-heir. Benjamin covered LJII jjjic from wy his iieus ordeal visjiitJiGiejjr at Guad:- tend to increase both enthusiasm -

f $ I ?- Miss Provence on the W, M. U. Auxiliary, Mrs. Holtzendorf, presented lights however, and when Yancy, for the Vivian Saxons, alcanal. and attendance at BHS

work after which the president's a lovely vase of Princeton I braved the elements to peek In now residing in Oakland Park, games this year and in years to'' Phone 179

.,, 7 ', 1 Wi i report Wall given followed by the china to Mr. and Mrs. Allen. at the Fair Grounds Wednesday Calif. . A marriage license Three fine appearing young come. After attending three

,'I report of other Aaxoclatlonal officers Each guest was asked to give a afternoon (School Day) everything was issued to Margaret String. Lawteyltes did Jacksonville the !games; at Starke this season we

and chairmen. The report short autobiography and it was looked aa gay an' giddyas fellow an' Robert A. Ilarkley in honor of spending Monday in that find a condition prevalent that is

1 Y of the Nominating Committee found that many states and several the Fourth of July . Ada Jax'vllle on Oct. 17. . Lt. Eugene city on a shopping expedition.The both dlstastful to most fans anda The "Rlght-lo-Work1

: f"::4' was given, by Mrs. R. A. foreign countries were rep- Lawson (Mrs. H. A.) with her I Beam now doing a bit of visitors and spenders beingGeol'ge waste of valuable entertainmenttime. Amendment

: hands full tryln' to see that her piloting In Panama, hopes to ratea Shufoid, Philip Shuford That 15 minutes between
l Z fc11&K sizeable brood each got the same furlough soon, come back to and, Billy Burney the last two halves Is being devoted to a DOES NOT

!. number of turns the the States and wed that Kansas names are indispensable membersof
) : FOR SAFETY COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE on merry-go- I'ampantpaKslng and kicking of Pre\ent a
round . Glen an' Martha Wood gill . "Jookie" Starling (Pfc. that BHS football squad and footballs on, the playing field by a union. person

; FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES and two handsome young sonssttollin' Hoyd K.) managed to get away for once we're not joking. George dozens of potential players when
also lends moral support. Interfereltli the Hiili>
around munchln' huge from his Marine station at Quan- this time could be used to ad
_ . Earl tlco Va. to Jay Eunice son of Mr. and to ,strike
.L ; FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION hamburgers' Searing long enough come vantage. Let's just picture our-
-- t ". PLEASE PHONE 147 rldin the m.g.r.: with youngster home Monday for the joint birth- Mrs. J. S. Eunice left Wednesdayfor selves at a game in Starke two Prevent picketing.

Burgo . Schoolteacher Hazel day celebration of his wife and Great Lakes, 111.! where he minutes before the half whistle. Prohibit rollPrtUeIng. Iarain,

_I Greasier! lookln' epic an' span In young son, Hoyd Kenneth, Jr. . will enter the U. S. Navy. This Down at one end of the field .

I$ .j UNION BUS STATION spite of the messy weather, an' Attractive little dotter, Mary Lois, is only one .of the many Lawtey Tornadotettea: resplendent and

J polntln' out the sights to attrac- also helped 'em celebrate . I boys who will miss another Xmas cute In their chic uniforms are IT DOES

aSfftffl LACY CONWAY, Agent tive young dotter, Myrtle Ann dinner at home. Later In this lining up In piepartion for their Outlaw the "I low

I : : Temple Ave. Starke, Florida Well, folks. . At this point column we will list'as completelyas inaugural presentation of formations Shop., "
possible more If
I many
you on the playing field between -
the wind and the rain is not only
Guarit I Ievery I'
want to make their employment
Xmas little
So Imny cnjoyln the midway a halves. The band strikesup
: getting in my hair but also ,
union end non
attractions I hardly had time to to In blighter drop them a line or a a march and out come the person
threatening -
get typewriter
i my union alike.Specifically.
Xmas card.L. .
glimpse the exhibits, but a few . Looks like Callstreet is girls with a red hot little majorette
things catching my eye were the going to get its first real taste G. (Red) Crews was in twirling a baton at a milo protMt lln"rlKht

: c'f' 'tV' O/2&n beautiful jar of mammoth pecans of a tropical hurricane! . So Jacksonville Wednesday on important a minute. The leader Is barking of mpldjreM" to Imrpiin 1

: / exhibited by Shirley Judd . jung' . See you in the next business. orders at the girls and ImmedIately 'olledh'f'ly.'
That gorgeous begonia someone . I hope, I hope I hope . A letter from an old Lawtey they begin to execute trcky "IT IS SIMPLEAMERICANlS1"
STA R KE'S tells me belongs to Mrs. Dyal of favorite Pfc. Tommy B. Beck. little formations. This goes on !

Hampton and the unusual display CAROLYN. Tommy Is in the South Pacific for some time with the band com

; of home canning exhibitedby and advises he is i well and really ing onto the field and upon Vote .'ORmpndmt'nt N O, *

it dVEV'Ei.t; AND MOST UNUSUAL Mrs. R. R. Prevail . Included Abstentee VotingElectors likes the Marines. Tommy shoulddo marching up to the visitors' Nov. 7th

fruits, vegetables, jams, well with a Jap in a clinch. grandstand plays the alma mater
jellies and a jar of watermelon He further thafhis brother
who expect to be away says ,
:. RESTAURANT AND BAR pickles prepared by Mr. Prevatt from their home precinct on General Gunnery Sgt. Chatles F. BeckIs n rSSSflSStSrrssrrsrrrsrrflrrr

q himself . Among the things Election Day Nov. 7, may In Bethesda D. C. The ad- It's No Secret That's Why We Say:
missing this candied !
year dresses of
obtain absentee ballots at the boys are avail

THE apples-on-n-stlck and cotton candy office of County Judge E. K. able at the wiiter'a desk. Drop "BY ALL MEANS CONSIDER PRICE" |
. .
Just two more to the grow them a card.
Ferryman starting Monday, Oct.
L Ing list of war casualties, I
_ _ sup-,23. Absentee ballots can be voted We are glad to that
report **
'.d"" th.n. ,, ', ....,.I.1.. ,.. .. A..14. ._ .. Price IS Important, \Ve know that, im.l mi
\ .. ."..". ,.., .", I fl.ta .t n.-
,,- ' &' a.J''. VY ". **.u"; < e.cp' (Gl no effort to confuse anyone regarding our price"'

_ j' ) O 'j, try Department, is recovering, who resides from a at seiiousand Law- !iw o? Each casket 1 Is:' maikcil in plain figure' .shottingyy ,

jj oo0' B ( sudden( attack of illness whileon the price of the casket and the uual I.essential.

: \. : o : t STRour sELLS: "KALKSTATK Thn "Klght to Work"Amendment duty some two weeks ago. of service, \\hit'll are Included.
: o
.. ( r.llt..t . \ f'T property. IIau made over MANY IN SERVICE
12.000: ) ..,., of Home_ Kami*_ simply Ktiurun- THOMPSON Inc.
Aprenite.. Ilarera .front all over the Lawtey is truly a small village WILLIAMS,
World. Fr. open lUtlnK. !1't'M all uoikrra the right temployment but the boys in the service who
o'A whether theybciong are as (dear to
L flepreM'nte4lLocally us as those of large cities to their Phone 13.1 GaineMillt'i; Fla'SET .
/ to a union or not.It .- families and friends. For this

F. C. HOLLINGSWORTH by I reason we are listing many of .. r. ,
the Lawtey
boys In the service. - ,
lie S. Walnut St. will mil S flrrretr
put an to the It: is our duty to remember these

_ : leAcri'a 19 lion Farrowed this fall e\II practice of forcing Xmas boys and just to a try bit to brighter.make their We FAST"MIL.DU.

r \\orkers to pay sonnunion ask,; I that you send these boys a
J1 being taken for
: ; card these boys who were your
1 oPI lord for a "I>ennlt" lie- RID
: friends before the war. The ad.
foro ilu-y can get a Job. dress of each boy listed can be .

I obtained at the desk of the .
t1 Morris Carter, B. L. Wilkerson

oLtincn'eon : .h',. Chailes Howe, Cecil Dobbs, RECURRENCEONE

; grollB ( Paul Moore, James Reddish,

George Arwood Billy Plummer,
These two pjgs are part of a Vote .Amendment Xo. 5, Keeffee (Ironhead) Han ell. Bill BOTTLE MAKES GALLONS OF

I fall-farrowed litter. They'll (Fatso) Harrell. Johnle Gasque, MILDEW
W' need Paul I
: moro attention than Bennett, Kenneth Starling, -
t. spring pigs because they're Bill Wooten, Cooter Wooten,

headed for weather that piles Monroe Padgett. A. D. Griffis, .

-1 SIZZLING them up in the shed. They'll Paul Griffis, Clyde Prevatt Lloyd I

J' : 0 get precious little sunshine and Wilkinson Howard Miner, Pete FOR: SLIP COVERS, RUGS, WOOLENS, COTTO 5-
STEAK no pasture for months. We -- .... --- - --- Burney L. C. King Everett Load- ITrRE

': LOBSTER recommend the addition of DO YOU KNOW ABOUTROACHES holtz, Billy Walnwiight, Edgar CURTAINS, WALLS, CLOSETS and FUR

.., 1 Dr. Hess Hog Special to their Wainwright, Ancll Futch Vann

'c SHRIMP ration. Hog Special gives them ? Futch, Charles Dinkins, Sumpter .
the big three: 1. Minerals to Harley Jesse Griffis, J. c.

_ CHICKEN help build good muscle and .ry kVhen to get YOU rid fight of them roaches all, you not

0 bone. 2. Tonics that stimulate met hit* with kill pray the few or that dud you or that ran PI. .95c QI. $$1.59] Gal. $$4.50

appetite and promote better walk Into a powder by accident Beware Coughs

use of feed. 3. Vitamin D, especially K-3-D -
essential r
\ winter from common colds
when there's a scarcity of ROACh KILLER "
sun- OF
SANDWICHES *kth..e and when pigs are subject IS DIFFERENT: That Hang On j jCreomulslon
.t J to /ickcts.; Roachea eat It becaun they PYREX OVENWAKE
like It. They dry up and 'dIe.
SALADS : Hnfe to """. Non-poisonous to relieves promptly-
: .._ IIEADQUAKTKKS FOB Ian and pet,". cause It goes right to the eat of the
1Jj11 trouble to help loosen and expel
15c and 25c
made to order DR. HESS' Pkgs. term laden phlegm and aid nature
at to soothe and heal raw. tender. In. BRADFORDHARDWARE
named bronchial
Famous Stock Remedies Sistrunk Feed and branes.Tell your druggist mucous to sell you
a bottle of Creomulsion With
the understanding -
T Seed Co. you must like the way It COMPANYJ.
AVENUEtJ quicklyallays the
( SISTRUNKFeed STARKE. FLORIDAMfg. to have your money cough back.or you are

by McPhail Products
_ Orlando, Fla. GREOMULSIOft B. CARLISLE, Managing Ownerr

& Seed Co. .. for Coughs Chest Colds _______
t-J Bronchitis _
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lllTS LOCAL Miss Louise Stern attended the Mi., and Mrs.V.. G Huilc re- r 1 -
of NEWSH Mimic Teachers Association meeting turned home Friday night; from r ri V :Mr and Mix. Vl .1. Tatum of ,' : and Mm Junlus M. Smith

In Jacksonville Monday and a visit In :Miami with thi-ir" sons i |.laekmmville! wenwiekend :trot! niiuily moved into their home

Tuesday of this week. The vIsi- Woodfln G. Halle, Jr.. Y-2i, and guestsnf. Mi and I Mrs: R .1.| hero :Monday after spending the

H darns was shop- Mrs. Ethel: Blgsa .spent the tors were entertained at a recep- Jack Halle. I BSlltHJirlsl- 'Davij... :Mr. Tatum is a brother I I pant six month at their cot'ageon
".'Me Tuesday. week-end in St. Augustine. He tion In the Friday Musicale
. :MrDavis.. I I II Lnko Santa' Fe.
/ A.iklns. la holding Griffin returned while there. to know that he has beenill And Your Strength/ and t .

Br unr. this week. with her for u visit. The Rev and :Mrs.: Charles. H. for the past week at the homeo Eurrgy I. Below Tar :I ._..-..-.-.---_..-.-._.-_..-..-.---..-_.-.-._._.:oII'
Mrs. H. A. Bishop was in Ma- Allen and children Joy Sue" and I It may t>. hU...... by dlnnrrlitr. of kidney '
J ,uv ,returned to hern con, Ga., the first of the week. John David left yesterday for { his brot er-In-Iaw and, Mister.Mr. ,. !I .function that pvrmita" pnltonouawaat MAY BLOSSOM DANCE STUDIO I
Tuesday fol- : and Mrs I t:. S. Matthews to KccutnulBt For truly many
Hampton St. Petersburg, where he has I I ''''"pl. "foci tired., weak and II'
visit here with I :Mrs.! Lewis flames Is visiting hi-n the "Idn.)'. fed to
and Mrs. ] .
a KM relatives in Orlando accepted a call to the Pinellas Floyd Green we..eIn I rida and other "',,.,. matter from tha
.laughter-In-law, Mr. this week. All of
and Pal k Presbyterian church. Crystal River over the weekend blood. Types Dancing
She re- City Clerk Carl Johns was ab- I }'ou may loiter egging backache,
Fred Guy. Miaa Nina Bishop who has because? of the death of Mrs rheumatic paina, beedachow, di..aim' ....
returned from a visit inn sent from his office several days been home on a short visit, returned Green's father, S. L. Strout of retting up night:: log pama, ..w.lliog.Sometimes .
J. this week because of illness. frequent and cranny urine.tide EVERY MONDAY FROM :3 TO 5 P. :SI.KRADFORI .
N Tuesday to Macon, Ga., that city. with amarting and burning !I. another -
_. where she Is aiirn that somethmg !Ie wrong with
- ---- ------------------------- a student at Wes-
Mrs. Jeanette C. YoncK.Stal'ke's thi kidney rr bladdar.Thvraanould
leyan College. ba DO doubt that prompt
popular librarian returned treatment la wiaor than neglect. Lea;
I DISTINGUISHED The Church Service Center i last week from a ten-day J>on.'* Pdb. It ia better to rely' on ainedlelne
that baa won countrywide. Enroll Your Child
honored the Rev. and Mrs.. vacation trip to Miami and Key than on .om.'hln. li ea:lavormbly apErovat I ,
Charles H. Allen by giving a West. While in the latter city .. Uwtn' have txwiik tried and teat I Before Classes Are Filled
Serving which employs the best means Are at nil drug .torn
buffet supper for them, Sunday she was the guest of Mr. and :t.'h'ar.'d': .
and facilities at modest cost in the evening after Mre. tQo.--------- .
Just vesper ser! 1F. Cain. Mrs Young
conduct of refined and reverent duties.DEW1TT made the trip down and back!

I vice.Pvt.. H. A. Bishop Jr.. who has with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Simmons DOAN' SPILLS 7 'ete Ztme--i-; 7

Sj!: been here for a short furlough who went to Miami to visit Mr.

visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs.. Paul Horn
C. JONES H. A. Bishop left Sunday after Mrs. Nat Sternberg. is visiting

noon for Camp Shelby Miss.. her daughter Mrs. J. J. Scanlanin .- ---.--.- .

Funeral DirectorAMBULANCE where he Is stationed. Oakrldge. Tenn., for a week LADIES! .
Mrs. George C. White of Talla- and then will go to Atlanta/ for .ta
SERVICE hassee was a luncheon guest of the Fashion Show. Wfille there Hare You Seen l ftt

her mother, Mrs.. Q. W. Alder-
Our New Fall
Phone 7 man, on Tuesday. I-I
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x Look Your Best in 1ttuuSPRED

Tailored SIlUNEW
HEAD OR CHEST COLDS AgencyConstant .

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I ----- 0 per

SM.K-4 Billion milk ,row 'EKMANENT WAVE, it' t' I>o your PAINTING
I will freshen In few d'YHV.. H. own Pi-rninimnt with C'harui-. DRY CLEANING: DONE MORI WASHABLI
PLENTY of STUFFED TOYS and Kei 1'fciiHun. lip Klirl Kit. Completefcill| |>nicnt. F
Including rurlprs and ..hnrnl"' ''. THE MODERNVAY
(GAMES: ARRIVING DAILY. ALSO Riiny to do, nbMoluti'lv linrmlfHH.i'rafttffl ti" Now-a soybean paint concentrate that take the
FOR 8AT..K-1 Crane! water pumpand ... . .. ...
liy thousands Including ---------- : ;
t motor In A-l condition with
:MANY OTHER SUITABLE GIFT new tank Sea Nat Sternhertf at Fny JlrKenile. Klamoroun movie pain out of p.inring-h' actually fun to faint
the Btore. 10-8 21p ..Ia r. Money. refunded" If not
ITEMS.: BilllMfliHl. Koch's liriiK Store. with SPRED. One
coat cover surface. It'
i any
... 811101stiKr1i4.1 !' | p

----------t. GOES fARTHIR' clean longer-dries to a smooth "
"'lll--l!| ; lit "'II ,lln'M \Vhrn our fighting men
ROOMSFOR I'onllry 1 l-'urm, :t niilfn norl h or brushtVcc: surface in Vt hour. No offensive odor.
I Wnlilo, 1 on rood 13. jiciow o.lling. return are they going,, to bicnmiielleil ,
achy |pay niorn'MIC 1111-ilp: tr
nix and easier
Easy to to apply Try Spreading
to I'.IV for u ee
RENT ( AlK-Onu 3-horno Webster. economical.
beauty home You'll
We have closed our Soda Fountain fniinMiK, n In first IIIBH conilltlon. TKHMIT: TO \VOKK your enjoy
('nn"( seen .at II. fj. .Polo,. this of
and Food Department. This has en- 500 YDS. furut 1(1( inllfo wi-Ht (oil hlKhwny new way painting.
28, turn i tight at t'rlpHi'H" "senilcin .
FROM: HGATELarry's .. Ulll they |h. FORM to EASIER 10 APPLY
3'j, mil" l !!iU-4lp.
abled us to add many New Items. join u union mill pay exorbitant -

I, IST-7j,.t SulUrduv. lad lee' hlm-k
Merchandise Place I II poi'ltst-ljook con UllnlaR ring, Inltlat lUll ICON, dues| ;
Large Spread Popular watch, ,Sluipffi.r'w I.lfctlnin' IM-II O98Am
and iifnoll Set, lilllfolil with money , unit aHxi-NHinrnlf In order to
I IJOO5ITOWN and lilfMttlflcutlnn "piipt-m" ; $
cross. and chain. etc. Kinder hold u job* SITTER HIDING
.:.T'---------.) p] och StoreCOURT other cotitftitH to Telegraph of-
Drag ----------- fire or box AH I, Jiturkw. 11'I Tho I'awitajte/ of I the "Night-//

IF YOU \vou-Ln! PUT ou Sl f.f. lo"ol'k"mt'nllmf'lIt No.r. GAL. PASTE
I milk cows stork cown. beet
& CALL ST, cattle stork hullii or hoirM. get on the ballot No,'. 71 liulll 1 OAl. PAin MAUl
In touch with J. C). Oilom. Jr., ISk OAL.
HOT 247 Stark, Molt 204 Lake prevent thin evil. fAIMT
City. Telephone! 481 Lake ('Ity.


NAT SEZ: hollHB .with elertrlelty. CHHh :
or tl'rm.-V! H. Ferguson Itl|

PAY 113 E.: Call St.
HELP ANTr-R..I.J1..r'H( wife to Vote I'Oil Amendment No. H, ys
,, kfvp house In exchitniro for room
blowing $150 OR MOREper and board full 15H/ after 5 Nov. 7th
;; MrH. If. 1C 'I'U'k..r. It "

t } where I'll be next week I might mo. for modern house FOIL MALK-t! I farm mule and t I SPRED INSTEAD! . 9fi 1I1\1 ETED

w bo washed down Into .\III Itatol' with at least :.3 bedrooms in nl<>'* .brood HOW and 5 Hhoatn.Jefr ,._ _,_, ., ,_, ,_._. ,
r Lewis Ut I I. blunt 181. ---------- -- -e---- --- ____,__ .
Creek or blown Into the middle, I020-2tp.| F
Starke Keystone ,

of around Baker., drop County.around But If to I'm SK-rn-Mill or at Kingsley Village. Foil'place. 8M.R-.In body l.awti-v.-\t and Kitrl 1 tlren. lt!>:12-V goad i Kilwanl'-. ....uphoNtvrv .....1..1.M..r. I BEAUTIFUL MATCHED MAPLE LIVING ROOM SUIT a,

bciB't and buy I that raincoat you Phone 51 or call at Room hum Han now lutttfivAinu I y

ncided and didn't have.esy 12, Magnolia lintel.IVANTEIIIslrrlrlr i with HIlviTtomlialt new liattiiry pry I0vttilnir radio! I
irunt liavlilKNii. ini20--up: I I.1 J

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I r..f'lIc..rntor.( .-----------.1.. : 8 PIECES
holixohiilll. Hlzr, III goad. i-oililltllill. FOU RENT M : ,
write linx 411-fl.: N"'k. It I
BLOUSESoiMnK. Ono Kiirnlnlietl n[>umiiMitenoiiKh large' Floral Design Tapestry
POll H.VT.i! ':-TnfiIn, stark Any
for two eouples, I
r"Il ..n"hl.* titter ar c.pted." write I anti''
SO'tl llawthnini* Strret. .I.wk.on- ,om- small apartment'| or dormitory -, ; I Suit Wood Base Lamp
vlll "I' T..I"I.h..lle| n-5321.: III|>llI'lnlf'ntolth K gointo r Mlioolohiiittcriiiff ll'l'in t-3tn: '
+* Table End Table
I 'I to sleep ten men. Uniting 'ab e ; ,
\ for war work "'011 KAL.K;--IJ<.mil. farm mule, "I-,'aenablr 'udlltl lee. I ,
our r> prlr.. ran J be seen, nt q e, zar Coffee Table Smoking ;
y. -h.104'' WOUMW are farm Hi llhronn c-prlngH. 1. K.WalnwrlKht H
0 I SIRS. M.: MeATKKIC8I : ;
,, smartest. accompanlmentt to ll'19.2tpSi'H..C I.i $ K. I'lflh Ocala, Ha.I t 1 e r ) gN Ii j. Stand and Floor Lamp.
'_ SUl'WiltTS Indlvlduiillvdmlffncil. 1r4
suits and tpnmteklrt .. .. .. I !
jour Mrs. llertha Pearce 305 : :---------- .

-Y Went MllillMOn St. 7-2li-4tp .UHT-Dlainnnil, and Pearl pin lout
A I, on North Cherry or 'h,""<-h Sin, U. U

; I tt i SIZES I, church In vicinity or Methodlxt of Prf-aoyfr'an['"rMOnllll"' ". : ,1 ONLY $275.00 -- EASY TERMS

_ A Should a person bo re- I OM fashioned flower nhapvdhrorirh
32 to 38 I diamond renter pearl
(|Ufrnl to pay tribute to a studded. Flnilor plea.. return
to Mrs lirren T. "..d.l. c-"
union overlord lop the Mr. "'. K Oodwln, 311 North $42.00
Chrry Ht., or ('. O Box (.I. PLATFORM ROCKERS $
$2.98 Right to \\'ork'lftShollJ.l Starke. n."ard offered. Up I

) Foil( UAI..K-Nliiw head (.'h" IPr CARD TABLES _ $5.50
f\jraa11 a person be re- Whit purebreds, one now and 6plHTu
and I nlo young boar, I Yl'ar-
qulre to join a union old boar 1 nlr!. young Kilt '75 SOFA BEDS AT REDUCED PRICESAll
taken! all. Oooil for infusing new
against hlx or hr Mill In Mond In your .',ock. ALeo l good y "
horse 2-1 Arabian stark will Wood and Oil and Heating
$3.50SLACKS order to secure employment work anywhere nw caddie. and Types Cooking
bridle, all for 1135 cash. -V. (0;.
a Manning. northwest of high Stoves. Also Gas Ranges.
school on State Farm road. Hp


.Amendment No. :S on your

ballot No,'. 7th If approved REWARD r

AND wi' I OC.tIt.1NTFthe"BighttoRork" : A'FACT '
to everyone LOST-1 black leather wallet

... OTHER MATERIALS regardleMS) of union.. with identlfration( paper, ..IC'. I a

$3.50 to $6.50Sternberg's Finder please return to this John H. Denmark Furniture Co.

"IT IS SIIPI.EAIEIUCANIS11": newspaper) office for reward. I ;


Vote. FOR Amendment No. :5, Ctr. Hqti-i. Co. IKTC

Nov. 7th Camp Blandlng/ WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITUREu. -

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1 plaintiff e ks divorce flrodforlt'ounty 'at :::
I l 'r . . . . children were vlKitlng Mr. and '- Telegraph shall publish.. this Ithis I ratd thUFFH< .'i ,
STARKE THEATRES GIFTS Order In next tour weekly tomieHWltncMH ;I
; \
J) Mrs, Lewis Rafuae. Sunday ---- my hand and official
Woodlawn 1 and Moat at Slarke, Florida, thin October -
n Mr and Mrs. C. C Norman 1944. fi>hn w
ij 7th
/: children of Jacksonville and, Mr SAVE TIME CONSULT THIS DIRECTORYFOR UKFK'IAL.( SHAD A.J, Thomas, I torney
lIl'oII'rle: KufiisoKvcryona
1 \ lly AM Clerk of said Court
j, '\ 'i . . . eIr Norman's mother and! aliter, bfrs. KnlKlit & Knight 81 uUiFloi. ..lila,
INFORMATION:\ OF CAMP:\ >> BLANDING SHOPPING AttJ, for flf. 1011:1-4'-1,1':1;: ':!
\\1." Mr.
l E. L. Crawford were visiting
'?( is cordially Invited AND RECREATIONAL CENTER
/ 1 Norman's aunt Mis. Rachael I \OTIfH: OP ITKNTIOTO APPLY '
:' to Revival meeting KOIt Fl\l. II>> "4'11111GM)
I to come our /
I p; ,,"I j dkl, Browning here Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . TO ALL WHOM IT AIAYroNCKHN 'i0R ACIp
>: I beginning Sunday night Oct. 22, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rafii have filed my final report ail
\ ".1 l r at 730.: Services will be held Mrs. L.. W. Page and Mrs. 0 R State Farm New RiverBy mlnlHtrntor' of the estate. of as Jameh-

)I 'f}!' tih each night at 7:30: and will be Pievatt were visiting In Jacksonville : Alteration Shop ,Milton Brownlee, 'In the County
J ludK'H I'omt of Bradford Count
) Tuesday. ... \Vhtfield( the School Florida, and hove filed
:.t conducted by Rev. S. J. Akers fly :Mr Bryan my petition
,1 I4 Mrs. C F. Miles and children . . . . . . for final dlKi'hanre! and that I''
,,' of Fender, Ga. FOOD . . . . will apply to lion K K. I'erryman '
f,, 'I Rev. O. J. Raulerson will fill were visiting in Jacksonville, County Judge of Bradford County,
COMMUNITY: CLUB MEETING \{'IGGiNS FUXErLFuneral Florida, at bin office In Ktarke,
i' 1 1 his regular appointment here Sun- Sunday. In honor of Its past and new Camp Diner serviced. were held Sat- Florida, at 10 A. M o'clock onNo"emb..r
''e '! day. Mr. and Mrs. L. W Page were 14, 1944! for approvalof
I officers members of the Community Davis Sandwich ShopFrank's urday at 3:00: p m. at New River the Name and for final' dischargeas 50c
/\c\ 1 Rev. and( Mrs. E. SI. Teter and Sunday visitors to Jacksonville.PEARL'S
Food Much admlnlHtrator.
;;\1.,1,i r I Club held their annual Fine Cemetery for John Crystal rrt.1.. 0..tuber 13 IOU 1
1 luncheon at 1 o'clock Tuesday Jerry's Wiggins 38 years of age. He u'j.. \V, LTownlee:;:; '
October 10 in the Club Rooms I Pearl's Place had been 111 for a long time and James Administrator' Milton Drownlee.of the estate ot Carpenter's Drug <

PLACE As a token of their appreciation had been la the State Farm Hospital 1013-4t-ll3| |

"tdl of her work as president during GIFTSGislain's where he died, for the last -
the year and of her acceptanceof I 30 days. Services were conductedby lTHH riKC'I'lT COI'IIT OF

; the same office for the incom- S Rev. Young and Rev. Robertsof Oernldlna HHtnVOIIIJ Wafn..r01'OI''T'/ Kl.Wltlllt,rlc'k Ian". /11<< Ht aI<<
H { i
f: : ; t STEAK CHOPS ing year, a corsage of rosebuds the Olustee Baptist Church of Plaintiff Defendant., vs.No.Homer 31B1NOTICI3 ,A. Strickland

was presented to Mrs. C. M. Hollywood Camera which he was a member. Masonic TO AP1'I;Alt TO SUIT
\ Turney. Business of the meeting and Gift Shop services were held at the The Mate of lol''llto' Homer Ke4 ; WI
A. Strickland, c-o Atlantic Coast
) ; '> comprised the Installation of officers Wonder Gift Shop grave Pallbearers were Reddish Line HallruHd or No. 014 PendletonStr..t.

I t : appointment of commit- Andrews, Chester Andrews Em- You, are WaycroHH hereby, 1orfrla.notified that a
tees: and yearly reports, 'ory Johns, Russell Green Lester null has been filed against you 'In ---
;f MILITARYSUPPLIES and Elmer Cason. the Above entitled entice and you
:: : B1t1UGF (,'LVBUETS: : McCullough ate hereby" reunited' : 1 to file your ,
1:1 He is survived( by his widow written, nt!>peaianc ,In Maid suit: SPECIALe
,, Serving her guests fruit jello, Mickey, one sister Mrs. with the Clerk of said' Court on or
and a son .
{ a B-E-E-R crackers and coffee upon their before November 13th.. A n. 1144!
A Schnauss of Jacksonville, The nature of said
arrival Mrs. P. I). Fancher was Den Suslow's Army Store Roy of for nivuri'C., being e
I four brothers Gordon Wiggins
hostess last Thursday afternoonat Gislain's WltnvtH my hand and the seal

:: Sandwiches the first meeting of the reorganized Ala, Pvt. Norman Wiggins stationed , _.. -
: P. S. Stores In Va., Lawrence Wigginsof ---------- : rnenu 1 1I
htG State Farm
:I' I Bridge Clayno, and Floyd Wiggins of HOT
Club. As holder of top score Shafkin'sThe SOLDIERS, SAILORS I WATEf

:t'I\: ;{ NOW OPEN 321 Temple Ave. Mis." prize Martin of Grlner savings was stamps awardedthe and Stag New IIOJoSTRO.EI: River.: ) BY FIRE AND MARINES: HEATERSFlashlight

; Mrs. John Turney won the TAVERNSBlanding We extend our sympathy to
stamps that were given for Bingo. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins e

completely destroyed
whose home was
The circle meeting of the W. Center Bar
by fire Saturday morning.
M. U. of the Raiford Baptist
Dob's Tavern
It is not known how the fire s e s
JUIonder Church was held Monday afternOon -

i j/t Shop n__._ _at_ the_n._. home nHn of__ _Mrs__._. _A.-. W... Jordan's Dar originated. Mrs. Wiggins. cooked BATTERIES
: Bates breakfast on an electric stove 0EXHAUST
7 n about three hours before and
"Sf MI' and :Mrs. J. O. Randall from Thursday until Saturday to be
there wasn't supposed any
,' : JlltS.i BESSIE DAVIS, PROPRIETOR and J. M. Bradley were in Jacksonville Mrs. G. W. Rahm, Sr., and other fire In the house. At the They all
' Mrs. Roy Starr returned to their
last week-end as guestsof
I had
Mr'J.' Wiggins
time It started !
their respective relatives. home in Hampton :Monday after FANS
''t : left the house only a few minutes LIKE to EATat
having visited Mr and Mrs. J.
Dr. and( Mrs. W. E. Murphiee\ to down to the cemetery to
': ; and children, Mary Kay and Walter A. Chesser and Mr. and Mrs help go plan the grave of her bro-

CJ 6,000 2nd of Gainesville and Mrs.J. E. L. Chesser since Thursday ther-in-law. J. C. Wiggins. the

) C. Wallace of Jacksonvillewere Mrs F. L.. AKord and two RADIO
i -i ' Sunday visitors of Mr. and children of Jacksonville spent the Mr. and Mrs Cecil Sapp and CAMPDINER

Mrs. Robert Kite and Mr. and past week-end with Mr. and Mrs children and Mr. and Mrs. Bakerof
and souvenirsto
Mrs. J. G. Godwin. T. H. Hogan. Alachua were visiting Mr. and SERVICE

M,'s. H. K. Tyus and her son, Mary Rivets Stubbins Is very Mrs. G. W. Andrews Sunday

choose from Harold, visited their mother and 111 with pneumonia at the home evening.

grandmother, Mrs. R. Carter in of her parents, Dr. and Mrs I Word has been received from .

Miami from Thursday until Sat- R. P. Stubbing. Friends hope for gt W. N. Johns son of Mr.

t urday. a speedy( recovery. and Mrs H. L. Johns that he has Corner Call & CherryFeaturing WINKLER\

After a short visit with his Mr. and :Mrs. J. A. Chesser, been wounded In the foot whileIn O

BUY NOW FOR relatives, Mr. and( Mrs J. G. Miss Elsie Chesser and Mrs. W action in Belgium and Is now

%+', CHRISTMAS Caldwell( and family W. J. Me- A. Kirkland and her two little In the hospital In England.M. the best ELECTRHSERVICE (

Gehee eturned to his home In sons attended services at Evergreen R. Nettles of Winter Haven
: 'WE 'WRAP MAIL INSUREr Church with his
i Ocala Monday Baptist Sunday spent Sunday evening Steaks Choirs

1 and stamp with "Do Not Open Dradley Geiger; of Jacksonville night. brother and sister-in-law Mr. and

r ; t .1 'Til Xmas" Seal spent,, the, past week-end with Pvt. and MIB. Herbert G. Hog. Mrs. D. C. Netlea and son El-I Open 9 A. M.-9 P M.
his grandparents Mr. and :Mrs.J. an arrived Thursday from Atlanta bert.

"* M. Bradley Ga., to visit Mr. and( Mrs Mr., and Mrs C. A. Roberts Daily Except Thursdays 226 Temple APEARL'S \ .

5 Friends sympathize with Mrs.R. T. H. Hogan. Pvt. Hogan has and children of Lake Butler were ..... .J I

; eJ i OLDSARGE'S H. Cox who was. notified on been stationed in Atlanta for I visiting :Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Andrews ,

: if: Thursday. October 12, of the sud- X-Ray training at Lawson General and their children, Sunday.Pvt. ALTERATION SHOP

den death of her sister Mis. Hospital. Robert Ward was home
PLACES1'AIUE'S 'Rhoda, Belk of North Carolina. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin last week-end. While here he Centrally Located Opposite Park Theairt/ :!

N4r About two years ago Mis. Belk Gilner during the past week-end and :Mrs. Ward moved their Reasonable Rates Good Workmanship
made her home here with Mr. were Mr. and Mrs. R, S. V. Mart- things from Jacksonville to the
and( Mrs. Gerald Cox. parents here Mr.

ir Mrs. Calvin Williams! and Miss En route to their home in and Mis. E. A. Sapp where she

$ ARMY STORE Jackie Armstrong returned Sun- Tallahassee after a week's stay Is going to stay while Robert Is

day from Tampa and Dover In New York City Mr. and Mrs. In. service.Mr. The

't where they had been since last Francis Bridges were Sunday and Mrs. Jay Moody and

; Authorized by the War Department Thursday. In Dover they were night dinner guests of Mr. and children spent last week-end in
guests of Minn Armstrong's parents Mrs. L. F. Chapman. Raiford with relatives.
t ? Operated by an ExSoldierHEADQUARTERS $64
4 Accompanied by Mrs. Effle Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moody and

{ All's W. K. Jenkins of Inverness Johns of Macclenny Mr. and Mrs children Marjorie and Felton were

formerly of Raiford visited Lawrence Dugger and their three visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chester

for all Mrs. J. M. Bradley last Wednes children went to Belle Glade on Moody In Lake Butler Saturday Question

1 -_ Saturday to spend several days evening;

: day.Mr.. and Mrs Burns! IIlnson of with Mi-, and Mrs. Claude Johns Mr. and Mrs E. L. Kelly: Mr.
; Military Supplies
Wingate, N. C., and Pvt. John and sons. and Mrs. Evin Sikes and C. E.

-t + ''t.1; Lowry of Camp Blandlng were J. P. Sapp of Lakft City came Andrews were at the live stock 0 What is
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Thursday to visit his son-in-law market In Gainesville :Monday more

4 t n Novelties & Jewelry Cox, Sunday. and daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. Pfc. Seeber Moody of Charleston refreshing and re-

Mrs. J. II. Ritch of Jackson- H. Walnwilght. S. C., Is enjoying/ few

L ville was the guest of her son- S2| Elton Ormond returned to days leave with his parents, Mr. laxing than a few
i in-law and- daughter, Mr. and Camp Peary, Va., Thursday after and Mrs O. B. Moody

Mrs. If. M. Richarde Tuesday of spending eight days with his parents Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Nettles! were pleasant hours

Ben Suslow'sArmy last week.Lt. Mr. and. Mrs J. E. Ormond.,! visiting Mr. and "Mrs. D. J.

H. G. Davis, Jr., came on The marked Improvement In Mr. Nettles of Midway and( Mrs. Mary with good friends

Thursday( from Tampa to visit Oimond's condition is of Interestto Whitehead of Raiford Sunday.
Store his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. his lends. S 2-c Leslie Whitehead of Camp over a bottle of .

J North. Mrs. If, M. Wa dln and Mrs.J. Peaty, Va., is spending a furlough mellow) beer?

Having completed his trainingas B, Strickland and baby son, with his parents and other I

209!) E Call Street Starke. Fla. Diesel Machinist in Miami, Johnnie of Graham were with relatives.
Curtis C. Hogan spent the past Mrs. A. C. Davis, Monday. Miss You're nothk
week-end with his parents Mr. Melveen Davis returned to Gra- i\('01(11"1'11'"'I'1. (01 it'r. mi ti>>>K<>iuKl > right . there's
< >>*' '" ( I*-
and Mrs T. H. Hogan, on his ham with them to visit her sister t''Ian': ,

way to Jacksonville to resume Mrs. Strtcklarvd l, for the rent T.luth.h JlrlHtowe'Thompson"", her a minor, l Iy W. like it. .
next friend,
i.V his work with the Seaboard Rail of the week. Miss Luella Davis 'lulntlfr, v*. John Thompson, De.
; FAIL TOVISIT fendant. r-iinB MO IIS: :),
returned to her home
E-V 0,1' : road.Mrs.. R"'. P. McLendon and her after having' been the guest Monday( of AMI onnnn I NOTICH OF prnur TO ,\I'I'I.IIThomp ,\TION I3UI3('S T A Vi:

J, fr son, "Spanky", were In Gaines- Mrs. Strickland since last Tuesday oil OP whon PLimirtA residence to-:In JoHn
t ra ville with Mrs. Rudy McDonnell : -
t I 9 Mrs. C. F. Rouse returned( toher vher Von are required' to appear on Bob Jones, Mgr.
"' y Uth. 1944 'In the above
THE home in Ashburn Ga., nam.,1 Court
v I on and cause, wherein
Tuesday after a week's visit with

41 Mr. and( Mrs. M. D. Young.

I :h 1 / DAVIS SANDWICH SHOP Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. .
: Dave Thornton and family. were
Mrs Cecil Brannen and Mrs. J. ..

l Next To Davis Bar C Kitchens and two children of
':M( I Lake Butler and Mr. and Mrs.L. ..
tlw ,Where You ,Will . ..- ,,,,,
; Get L. Thornton and two children ""' "=- """Q ": '-, J
of -'
d1 Mr and Mrs. Conrad Myers
HAMBURGERSMade EXPERT! and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Robinsonof

CLOCK & WATCH Jacksonville spent Sunday with
From Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Robinson. SHAFKIN'STHE

REPAIRING Hugh D. Lee of Jacksonville
Naval Air Base and Miss Jetta
1 Fresh Ground
Lee of Lake City were guests of
Mr. and( Mrs. I. J. Williams Sat-
; SIRLOIN STEAK urday and again Monday. Saturday STORE
they were accompanied by
r GUARANTEEDThe Mrs Luther Richarde of Lake

Swift's Pure FloridaORANGEADE City and Monday by Mrs Edward ALL SOLDIERS KNOW

+ Brinson of FernandIna.
j'j; GSum I Mr. and Mrs. Ira Young of
( Lake Butler were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. ENUF
f !
t Mrs. J. L. Robinson anti Mrs.

Closed All Day Each Friday"t'l VV. H. Parker were with rela
I Jewelry 1 1OCTo
Bldg. Starke tives Uniform
= In Jacksonville for several Gifts '.
days the early part of thts week.


20. 1944

e racks for retreat. '3 :30 p m. I am to make a talk Service from I.' ,
iiiI The revival meeting at Long v the First Presbyterian 1 St I Augustine her,M I,,iI,.''I'I'I\I,Ith! lust'. hJ.\l.: ) I I ANI> iTIt'K;, .I'1'1'1.' . \I i: t",5,1, ,, III' tU't "III'" W" lilj ISWin. -
iay Church *penL the wt't'k.'nd with V .1 Thomilh. ,I : Branch was well An t'hrk, r .
nt said
attended and Coin t '
ended 'in Montgomery at the Young Mr, and Mrs. J, D. Guttis 1'1' Frank I.Hiidriiin. Stark'. Florida | I nhrint' ri who .1 n i" ".." un, h.llol, III.I\ ".flV lalFlt'l
Sunday in a successful People's meeting on making the. Mrs. Ida Parrirti of Ally foe Plf in ii-4t-lo ur" i iroi .il ,i!, Ht(t ii I I..' III.I. 'Illl- Oi, ,loThomas-
Lura Burgt'BI1I.t'1I Homecoming Day. Earlton Yon ,a"i' t ti'quhd| I.l > ,ipp\ ,' it" Ib.r I Tth. I 'UlKlr'e'lCIM )
J't. Money
Ala. to take WII.'Jraised home sacred by what my part bIn Beach, Mrs. Minnie Harris, of "vi-v. n.oiiiDti ivII 'NIKIIV. II : .'r 1 Ith. I I"H" 'in, ,tin,, .tiiovinamed l . 1. :SKAI.l; .\ .1 ,
Field. . ewthto care of the lovely keeping the home together. Waldo, and Mr. and MI'". Louie : .. Coin' t GUI" .111"'. vhii.nplaintiff | I AH I'lerk ,of nnld CiMirtKnlKlit .
. cemetery there. IV OlU-llr ('01"1'n"'cnlu asks ilUi'i., .' Ki.idforl I .
This I know that if I Carr Mi Knlchl! Still' k", Florida,
by my of Gainesville Wl're'Isltlng Frank. A. Mchtonbericer. plaintiff.' County' Teleginph' Hhall inilillNh I II I I Mix" for. Plf in U-lt-UU:
oat an article has Ben Wilkinson and wife from enlisting can keep one man at their mother and grandmother, v.. Hertha" j Ktndlmnn: Llrhtenberger.: I

the Jal'ksonvl1lemy Jacksonville were at the Home- home with his family just keep Mrs. Lydia Hall, who has been nefendHiit... oiit: t op'"."1''III.lo'1'IOSo. No. 3337.

:rated '1' coming and Bernice Conway, who one home from being broken up confined to her bed! for some .\:.;\> NOTICK TO) .1Pl'F1AltStedhnan Prompt Service Careful Drivers
a" picture, refer- lives with them, was to go to I will die happy. : : OF .Fl.oniDV: llertha

,.uv HI1J as "back Fort Oglethorpe. Thursday. God God Wean you and keep you time.Mr.. and Mrs. W.V.. Packhamhad idence is4 l.lfhtenberKer Ho Tennesnee. whon Avenue res, '

I didn't know anything to do bless her. She too has, heard the all. as guests" Sunday Mr. and Atlantic You are Ctty required. :New: Jersey to appear: on STARKE TAXI SERVICEand

I and had nothing bugle call. -Your loving teacher.Graham Mrs. Roy Dennison and childrenof lather, .10th., 1944, In the above

clay i can people.eStillbeliev Betty Carter says: everyone is . . Gainesville Mr.,and Mrs. Jack ,named plnlntlff. ( Court neck and divorce.' OUIIHHbereln.. llradford'
Hill 1 1 1 .
sl!! anticipating a good time at the Gerrard and children and Miss County Telegraph' shall publish
In me, for I love 'ibis Order In next four .
weekly IsHIleH
pie supper Monday night. Oct. Hazel Packham of Jacksonville, .
?, too am sensitive land 16. Bernice Carter reports that and, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Prevail and Witness mv hand, end official MACK'S{ TAXI SERVICEPhone
hurl you may Peel' Ht Stsrke, Florida' this Sep
rt'gretLny Louise Wilkinson children of Starke.
is ,
not recovering By !Mrs. T. L. tember 21\1h. l 1944.
from CaxeyFrank (OFFICIAL SUM.' ,) ..\.1. Thomas,
so rapidly
.igh' Sunday School I opera- e . e e . . e . 1.:01:( fiiicnr cm IIT. mii>roui> As Clerk of said. Court 150
my tion. So very sorry. Also nice tOINI'l, KI.OIIIK IN ('lit\- '1.. F't"nk [.'""h'um. Starke, Florld.i.
town today and en- letters from Hazel Johns How- ('*::11"', Ally for I'lf. 24tIO, h LX) Day O Night
Abernathy '
own was
Daytona ( I' Fowler, Plalntlffys.. noun.
SaturJay night I fired ard, Homer and Hazel Padgett. Beach, Saturday on busi Iee Fowler Defendant ('..", No. IN 111111'l' I'III IIT, Illl un'olll
3.172. 101T%. 1
"I.UI"'I l\ lll\
inon In front of our bar- Tonight I am a bit lonely. At ness.Mrs. iwnnu OF 1'1'1U.1t'\TIO-: ( KIIVl.iilu

_. R. M. Johnson left early AND:: :NOTIl'K TO .U'PKAIt Mlllx Pliilntlff. VH John I'
-ere-.tae.------- ---- ,-onST 8TATK FLiOltllM I I., Itomi Lee 1111". nefendnnt... ('""e :No; :l 1'111.: :
moo- Saturday morning for Tampa. Fouler whose resldeiuf. IN I'n- oii: >1 nu (>K I'I'III.I'ATIO:1:1:': :: >
She received word that her k non: NOTICK) TO MM'KAIl
You lire required to nppenr. on STATK OF FM>llll'A In John.. K
INDIVIDUALITY daughter Mrs. G. C. Rhodes November, 13. ll'44. In the shove! I P Mill" whomrrxlilnmi' IH t-
was !seriously ill in the hospital iiiiniiMl, Court and euuNi', wherein Holt Mlchlitan.You .
pl.ilntlff seeks dlvorrv' IVndforil ore reiitilred' to eppenr! | on
'I there. County Teleirmph .shut! 11I.hll..h| | || | this November din 1141, In the( abov '
INTO YOUR GIFTS Mrs. Calvin Starling returned Order In ne \\ltiK-H" inv hand "'ht'nttklll Heekn (Uvor.-e. llradford, Gtlc/tylotlfl %
Saturday from a week's visit with seal nt Klaike. Plorld.i. thin Oitoher Cnuniv Telegraph shall publish s
her sister la Safety Harbor. J2 IH44OFFICIAL this Order In next four weekly 1 IH- I
( SKAM:I .t. J. Thomas, HIK'M.Witness
Among those attending ser- AH Clerk of sold. (.'nurl mv bund end otrielnl'
H. II )'unan Jacksonville., Flor spat lit Simile, Florld.i: thin Or-: I
vices at the Baptist Church Sun- ida Atty for Plf. i lc> 13-/1.37, 'toher, 2nd,. 1044OFFICIM
BLANDING day morning were Mr and !Mrs. ( I S.M|; ) A. .r. Thulium ::
CAMP I.rilirriT CO IIT. IllltllFOimTOI AH Cletk of mild Court.T .
Ardell Crosby of Starke Mr. and MTV, FMMIIUtl IN ( llIT.IIY \'>- Frank I.ami,,rum., Stnrke. 1/1. a l te i n
Mrs. Alfred Varnes of New River Ally for Plf. 10-8 4t 10-27
MONOGRAMMED Alltm Ievoy Carter, Plaintiff' VB '
Mr. and !Mrs Frank Thomasof Kaly F.IIen Cutter, efi-ndant.' CUHO l> IlllClir CO! Ill', Illl M>fOltlIIOI
Hampton Lake and the Pastor :No. 3115OIUlKH. >Tt, "'I.HUI" IIIN.I .
KHnuvld \.
TOYS Rev. and Mrs. M. T. Knight I> NOTICK TO) APPKAK K. THterlnnton Plnlntllff
and children of Maxville. Mr. STATK) ; OP FLOHIDA t,,,: Katy "H. Mnrituret Cowells 'rlt"'rlr.ton."
Kllen Carter whose residence. ,In. Dofcndniit ('R" No. 3'110.OIlPI.n .
and Mrs. Varnes were dinner Hemingway South Carolina: : OF Pl'llMC\Tl
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John You ur'' required to appear on AND I NOTICE: TO APPKAIt
TRUCKSandJEEPS Ortnbnr 80th. 1944, In th. above HTATR; OF Fl.oitlDA/ to': :Mnriruret 7
Surrency and Rev. and Mrs. named Court and rouse wherein Cowells Tllterlnicton whose c3T7nA
Knight were guests of Mr. and plaintiff Meek divorce nrnilfont, re ldence. IH WnnhlnKton.,' |>. c
County Telenrnph shall publish I thin You are required. to appear on (
Mrs. Berry Dyal. Ordor In next four weekly\ \Issues November 11th., 1M44.! In the above
ELL GIFTS and NOVETIESGISLAIN'S Witness| mv hand and nfflrlal nerved. Court and cnitse whereinHulnlirr
Morris Kelly, A-S arrived seal at Starke Florida, this SepUI"'I'IAL seeks illvorce. Ilrndfnrd
early Saturday morning to spend tember ZJid. 1444. County Telegraph shall: 'piilillHh' I
( &KAL.) A..1. Thomas, this I Order In next four: weekly Issue flhihze J
his leave following "boot" training : An Clerk of unlit CourtT. *.

O at Great Lakes, 111., with his Frank indrum. Sturki. Florida, Witness mv: hnnd and official
Ally for Plf 9'39- t-1020| seal nt Stark, Florida, this October -
I sister and brother-in-law, Mr and llth |!444.OFFIC1AI .
Mrs.\ George Rivers i irutrriT COI-HT. IIHI)KOHI> ( Sl':AI.) A. .1. Thomas,
('(ti \T1. Fl.Ollllltl 1% t'U.- An Clerk nf said Court
I Farmers, of this vicinity are IOHV.: T Frankandriinu. Hlarke' Florida /cdc)
; and woodIn Irving (Cohen Plaintiff.! v... Miirjorl Ally. Tor Plf. 10111-It-1113|
stripping cane hauling Cohen efeiidfint Cuss. No.

preparation for their cane 333(1.( l> rniri "'1' ('0' H'r. lilt \i>i'-oiiii
onnER OF PtT LW.\TIOll: 1'1)1579, FlaOtllIt iV 4H15-
grindings( aoout the first of next
Next: to Koch's Drug Store AND NOTICE ')'U APPEAR ( ion v.Itiilh .
month. STATE; OF FIXH11A to': Marjorie: Thompson, n minor by l 9 to 9 Dally I ,
(Cohen 1181 Walton Ave., llrunx, T. Itrlntou, her .. Restaurant t t Hours;
its next KW
--- --------------- Those In Starke Monday: work- New York: I'lnlntlff vs John Thmnpson, ty.I I Ixc pt Tu."Sday"

,. You ore required I to appear, on +
----------,--.--------- ; Ing on the Graham booth at the fvndnnt CHUB No. 335.1.OUPICH n
Monday October 30th.. 1144.! In the OF PL'III.ICATION
Fair were John McKinney, Frank above named Court 1 mid cnufe,
Abernathy" Mr. and Mrs. T. L. i wherein, plaintiff HI.I UN( dlvrce.Itradfold .
County T"'lIt'lI shall
"I'll Meet You At Casey, Mrs. Clarence Frazier and piilillHh) thin Ord<-r In next foul
. Nathaniel Dyal. weekly I iHMUeH.Wlti.oNH .
flu y Iinnil' mil, official
LcWanda Wasdln, daughter of Pest l ut SI in'lie. Florida thin Hi'P- ask the G 's
Center Bar ember" 25th.. 1944.
Blanding i\..r. and Mrs LeRoy Wasdln. has to.'I"ICI.I..) A .1. Thomas
been ill for the past week with An Clurll of said Court
T. Trunk l.inuruin, Utarke., Florida.
and a throat Infection. Atty. for Plf. 9129-4t-1020|

Patio' Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Frazier iv riitrrrr cot 1111 tlFollll WHERE THEY GET the MOST for THEIR MONEYThey'll

had as dinner guests Sunday fill TY. Kl.Ollllltl lfll i>-
Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Crosby of CIOHV.Jamex: .
Mvern., Jr., Plaintiff.' VM. Pel-
Starke and as supper guests, Mr. inn My em, Hefendunt CIINO No.

. and Mrs Henry Rogers of Waldo.Theressa. 33 .R. r xgrp". '
e e e e e e e e e .
Nfyera. whose residence. IH O.rllt)
Delivery, lunllngton, Went Virgin '

You lu: am required to appear on STORES
By Miss Ida Hagan October 30th 1944, In the above 'pQ
enjoy yourself in . . e e . e . named Court und. cause, wherein '
plaintiff Reek divorce. Hrudforil of course
County Telegraph shall publish c

nleasant surroundings Mr. and Mrs. A, H. Kelsay this issues.Witness Order. In next four weekly

have returned to their home after my hand and official

in the companyof a week's visit with his relatives .seal at Stftrke .Florida thin Sep
ember 20th. t<>44.
In CrawforcUvllle. Ind (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1. Thomas,
A e C'lerk of Hiild 1 ('Oil rt. *
Pvt. Merle L. Packham of El
congenial people. T Frank Lnmlrum, Starke, Florida' .
Paso, Texas Is here on a 10 day Atty. for 1>lt. 9125-41-10120

which he is
furlough spendingwith NOTICE OF ELECTION
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. To the Sheriff of UHADFOUD
County, of the State of Florida:
W. W. Fackham I.>e It Known, That I. n. A. TRAY STORES
Seaman Joe Kelsay of Deau- .Secretary of State of the State of PS
LANDING Florida do hereby give notice that
ford, S. C.. is spending a few .a

days here visiting his parents, GENERAL: ELECTIONwill AT BLANDING BUS STATION
held In BRADFORD County
Mr. and Mrs. A. H Kelsay, State of Florida, on Tuesday
Georgo Packham USCG, of next succeeding" the first Monday
: In November, A. D. 1944, the said
ENTER for few
New York is here a Tuesday. .being the

days with his parents, Mr. and SEVENTH; DAY OF NOVEMHER ,,
For United State Senator from
Mrs. W. W. Packham. the State of Florida for nix yean
Mr. and Mrs. John Hall, Mrs. from Jan. 3, 1945.

Merle Zebedee and Mrs. W. D. For. Eight (8) Presidential Electors -
Garrett of Starke were visiting For Representative of the SRCO.VD CHRISTMAS
Congressional District of the
Mrs Hall's mother, Mrs. Lydia State of Florida, In the Seventy- rm
Hall here Wednesday.Miss ninth Congress of the United
laebelle J. Hyde Manager Parrirth, Selective States /* Just Around the Corner . t ta
Lottie For Governor of the State of

......,. - -,- _... ----.., Florida.For. Secretary of State of the
LAND SAKES! State of Florida It is not any too early a '
For Attorney General of the State
of Florida.. to select gifts rl
EET YOUR FRIENDS AT WHYHAKE For Comptroller of the State of your

? '" Florida.For Treasurer of the State of I now . Buy while the '

When you can 4lS1 Florida For Superintendent of Public instruction choice of merchandise ; '
of the State of Florida. I j ,
such delicious '
get cukes andpastries . of For the Commissioner State of Florida.of Agriculture is not yet depleted 4. .

For Two (2)) JuHtlrea of the Supreme And J'
avail .
at Court of the State of Flor you may
d ''' e''
TIm For One (1)) Railroad Commissioner I 44 n yourself of our LAY ? I
of the State of Florida. '
For State Senator for 15th Senatorial AWAY PLAN. tiVr'I

1 Member ef the House of
Representatives of the State of I

Florida For County Judge.
For Sheriff w
) For Clerk of the Circuit Court yes . that ONLY YOU
For County Assessor of Taxes a gift ,
For Tax Collector. .

,{ ,4G\ Public For Five Instruction.For County County Superintendent. Commissioners.For .of. ""k.. : ,. .1 an give, and family and

One :Member of the County
.. t Board of Public Instruction. j 1 friends will be MOST HAPPY
.. "
: For Justice of the Peace In aod
"t for the following Justice Districts, j
..- vl"- No. 1.
For Constable In and for the 1 to receive -
I \ following Justice Districts, via. : YOUR PORTRAITl
No. 1. No. S. j
In Testimony Whereof I have 1
hereunto set my hand and affixed l
the (treat Heal of the State ef j '
Florida. at Tallahassee, the Capital, 1 It Will Add Delight to Their Christmas Cheer +
ARE NEWSbut this the twenty-fifth dar of August.
A. D. 1944.

(1iI.. AL) R. A. GRAY. STUDIO OPEN EVERY DAY, including SUNDAY, .fi

to persons Involved they Secretary of Btat

CHICKENBEER are bed news. They're always BRADFORD To HO:*. A.County.O. ANDREU, Sheriff TILL 9 P. M. NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED.

bad news when the persons lfiiici IT ro'r.- ni 4i>1'01111' 4v

involved have automobile (-0' vrr KI.oici in' i iv ('ntIHV. *- ?
no <- : i
Insurance. Buy it nowl! FfMlle pncettl Plaintiff, vs. Cecil
I'acettl Defendant. Cane
Charley E. Johns OP KLSUCIDA to: Cecil
Frances Pacrttl whose residence Is

Agency tnknown.You are. required to appear on I
I1 8 November. 8th. 1911, In the above CAMERA & GIFT SHOP
A. IL EACH I'hone 13 STAKKE, FLA.IUprMrtinfl n..m..ot Court and cause, wherein
: LUNCHEON DINNER plaintiff seeks divorce and maiden ;
name restored. Bradford County e

Sandwiches And Short Orders THE TRAVELERS. Hartford Telegraph In next. four shall weekly publish Issues.this Order 212 CALL ST. AT RAILROAD TRACKS
Witness my hand and' nfflrlalseal
j I at marks, Florida this Octu-
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.: ":.Y1.', ,ji.l," ., -V.- ,, r Herman H. Young Dead ; Cora I II l\ t tltl I IT I'IM ...... lift \ I>FOHI) 'Haiuld. Taylor. .1 D Tuylor, und 'fi. a 8, 27. and 2V All uf the nbovi- IM\\ln Rlioilen,MlnnrnNOTICK JoKlile. Rlioden and t on I i'' I"" -
C'II''I'1 FI.1MIII. % | ttll I >'- Rohrrt Taylor Mliini"I ,iiei'iiiel i pr'tic' '''ty iH'Inff I In Town- Clllf Hhnden, ur
,I: ,1\.1\ NOTICE Is hereby given! that I L. Young Removed ; I I'Kll 1.MrRr.'t'. I nhlp r. Hi.uih. Hang.- 22 Haul. Wooil-, OK HAl.n Kant 1"1; t
I N'OTH'H i >F :oil. 1.1': i .
> i
!it a of th> Board) of 1'rcclnrt No. 4 Jruhui I' ''awn"dlawn( I If Ni up Intii NITIl' ; IS 1IKUKUY UI'aN that Lots 1. >' .: 1
*ij2 : ; meeting I .arl'xk I'lnltitlff. vxF !; NOTH'K' IS IIBKKIIY IIVKN: : tintthe 10 acre trmtK !less. ) nlsn. the unilerHlKncil Aim. ( Uhndvn 2* I , I,
;;': Commissioners in and R. M. Dead J. P Harold, Ouilntk, I."r"nclant. CahNo iiiirlerMlirneri Karl Taylor' 'anOunrdlan mnr 38. (Juardlun of 21. :,, ,, 1
;, : County Johnson ,; I .117 I.ot. 5. 6. 7. 8, 21. 22. 27. 37. HM and for theperson" the i
: !) '
nl"I' "I
of and for the permjnMand 39. 40 41 I, 42 43, 45, 4fl, 4'l', 6U 62. and estates of Ktlwln Rhod In '..' ',I "
Bradford held Summers Dead ,
: County. Floitda) (01'1 ; OltHKIt f>P I'l'ULITATIO.V ..r rotel' 1 Taylor J, I>, T"wIhll'!,, 'V' i :.
I. I estate tin I 1/1:1./ : 54. 85. tii. 67. 5S, 61)) 81. 62 iii. ,'n. Ju.hl. llhoden and Klllo Ithodtn 'I"' "
Wednesday October 18th A. AM) NOTK'K) TO AI'IJKAltHTATB Taylor and Itolirrt Taylor. Allnora B MlnorH of Haker \\"oudhl\1 'i ,
; . : I'rerlnt't No. 5, Hampton of (loI.cllUI 10 Township zuuth. County' Klor- ) , ,'V '''I"V.! .
r- / I OK l'I..OltIPA F. IlaroM of liaker County Flui'Ida. will P- I Cant. hla. ulll upply to the II I. t' f "
: I. : Katuro also
19t l the named .
: ,'I ; following per- Dead W. A. Meuds tQJornbl. ,_
Mary Hugg. ; (iarliM'k; whoae reHldenrc* IH ply... the Honorablr K. K .rry- I said appllintlun' will be K. K. Ferryman, County :.155 i ::111,(,4II! 4', ''V

'. nons were ordered stricken from Dead ; Ada Nlmmo Dead; J. E. Ndlly1..1: San i"raii'Iatco, California man County Judve of Hradforu, Tat hy Maid Kunnllnn mi the 2lct Hiudford County, "Florida fur an 62, fia, M, , '. !i' ,:
'::04 .. the registration books of saidCounty I : County, Florida, for an ordfi tn' .of A. D.. 1944, at Older) to Hell at private sale this 513 I. "f .: ;' ,
J. E. Or- day ,
; \ ; { Ormond. Removed; M"K." You ....11 at private sale| the interests of I i Nov"lb.r.. Honorable K. K interests of said minors In ami to s t ," , 'I',

: i I ". f' q for the realms set op- mond Removed ; J. J. Pickrefl.Dead November" are 20th required 1K44. to In appear the above on said mlnora, In and to the follnw- ,I' the F'errymun County.h. JuilKe of HrncI-, the following dexcrtlied real "Htute. lo'lth. HalK", J;,,'" 'n..
situate Thata
: 'I;' ; . :'" post to each name: : ; Raymond R. Slade Dead ; named Court end cuu.... wherein lying Inv dfNcrlbed and being real In Bradford estate, County ,I I' ford County Florida at ten o'clockIn .ad. Illuatl. lylnM and .being In made l h\' ,"lil.hl' V" ''I','. "'
thereafter Pi of Florida ,
HeekM soon "UI
plaintiff divorce and custody In or a. ztate I '"l.' .
\ ( IVeolnrt No. J. LateyW.:4 Carrie! Wynn Dead; C. A. Warren Mate of Florida, to-wit: forl"non. may, be : day of N,"," , 'o'' '
; of children. Jiradford County TelcKraph an thin to.wl the : r'r.IJerryiniin "I
: Kliull puhllnh thin Older In'' 835: acre.* of land' part of It lying I heard to Hell appll..nton .. the 835 of land of It offk', ,<,r ; / II ?'
Hemovtfl Dead .I. part >
'i;:, j ;. ; C. J. Anders, ; Henry : next foul weekly |I..u. I In' Hectlon 11 I ; Lotx 30 and 32; full undivided Interest. BaldmlnorH. a're. , ",,, !\ "'roM.)
"iI '
: : : Austin! Dead; Darling AUHtln, Re. I'rcclnet No. 6, ThereecilWalter In Section 15/ L.its S, 5. 7. 8. 9. 10. I an minor helm-at-law of Inur In Sec-tlon 1; Lots 30 and 32; fold PouilU i i | | ,''I"1 I''l'
I Dead Witness my hand and! official 11, 12, U. 24 and 26.; In Section IB H Khoden, deceased. III and to In Section 15, I.ot. 5. 6. 7. 8, B. In the f,,, ,.,1., ,.,,,, ,ol i '? "
? : : moved ; E. N. Anderson ; C. Collins Dead: Minnie Heal I 'at Htarke Florida this October LotS and I I H as !, .
; 1. 2, 3, 14, IS, IB, 17, 18 |I the described 10. 11. 12. 23, 24 and 20; tn Section tinheard ',','?'' "'0.nrt.r
'I : Removed 17 H44.OFFICIAL the West of L..,tH lund. to ,,. n ..
: :. Everett I E.: Burney : Collins Removed, D. W. V, of l."t 31. all ,"
...\ ( "SKAK) A. J. Thomas, 13\1.: \ 40. 42, 53 and 64; In Section 17, I Dated, at Httirke Florida thin 15. not 1, 2. 3, 14. 15, 16. 17, 18 ful undlvliii.ri 1 ,",,', ,'.,a
;.: JeBsio Burney. Removed; Ann Moore. Dead; As Clerk of said. I 'otirt. I ,.,..t.. 21. 27, 21, :33. 34. 35. 30 37, I I ITtb day of October A. r.. .JJM4.A and the West % of Lot 31, nil of ( its Ich,,... j ,, _" r .'<

... .. : FT Berry Dead; Mrs. Mary Bennett Precinct No. 7 New RISer Knight & Knlicht Stut'k:! ... Florida' 38. North to of Lot 39. all of Lots a.iitL L*> 39. 40. 42, 53. and 64 In Section n. Rhud"1 i 'l. /,., I '1'1.* \
c Attyn rnr'If.. 1020-4t-ll10| | 40. 41. 44, 45, 40, 61, 62, 66. E7 61 Guardian for J. l>. Taylor. Harold I d"K"II"" "t tII 1" < and '
!:, Dead ; Gladys Lucille Betk, Removed 17; 1..01. 21, 27, 28 33. 34. 35 \1
.t Dead and 63; In /Hectlon: 18 : North V j of 1 Taylor unit Kobert Taylor, ,
Nat G. la1
I/I::4 F ; H. H. Brosky, Removed: Moody, ; Lot 14 and all of LotH 38. S3, 41, Mlnorn, 10204tililOPh ; 3D, .17 3S North % of Lot 39! all th. 17h I,Ia\ , I" ":"

1. Mrs. .. Precinct No. 8, Hrookcr 42, 49. CO Gl.! 62. C.I: 54, 55 66. 67 __ of Lot 40. 4. 4. 4;, 40, 61, 62, 11144.k I. \ 'Id
1 : Marion Boatright Removed; i\ Tin: C'II'-\rv Jl ...a16; : ('OUU'i 80 61, 62, 63. 61 ; In Section 1 19! ; TIIH ('ll' TY JI IXiK'H 'OI ItT DA, 67 61 ; In Section IN; I '

Effie Boatright Removed ; Dai- Annie Mae Gill, Removed; Mat IN M> KOU IIIIMIKOIIIIOI l-n..l 1/4 of Let 40 North H <>f l> .\". FOIl \IIFOIID North Mi of L..t 14 and all of Lots A. MIR.' \: I' !mOD!
fJ-, C < '\T>'. Mr\'IK OF PI.OIIIIM. I Lot 43V.t H of Lot 33. Haft Wof I C'OI'%T", VTflH: Of KI.OIIII\. 32. 3.1, 4 42, 49, BO. 6 (12. 63. 64, .. lun'dll'; ,. ":dwlo I
cl1J1 .;. ..F ton Carter, J Dead ; Maggie demons (thew Gill Removed; P. O. Hayes IN I'lioiifii:. Lot 61 ; In /Hci-llon: 20.: Ln'. 1 I. IHIIOIIVI'K.: 6fi, Gti. 00 61 02, : : In Soc- minor... 11 'lc ,:

Dead Louis II Crawford Dead V. L. Harrell Removed In Hi': uuurdlnnxhlp, and estate of I 2 23. In Re Ouardlannhlp and Kxtate of :' ,
1t: :. t 41 ; ; ; 3, 4. 7, 8, 0. 1.1: 14, 21. 21 _ .
---- - ---
..xa'c.. i" ), .i'I Removed : Frank Marion Crews John Hauls Removed; Lottie at.rS etc. *Lrhe P'I'IONW1TRA5 . . Slack 'q.. ._oO .............. ..1... u... I lnat th. rollnti'lne Amendment of S...I -
'-- --- -
1 'r : ;; 1 Dead; Leila Mae Crawford Removed Harris Removed ; Mrs. Guy Hai- \ I!: t>tfRtatlire- of tIMlunder trlctt ".'I'r;;; ; ,, P term. "f lion 24'.f 'Artl..In', of th. =.on.t-
j .; ; Helen Cody Removed; I.I iell]\, Removed; Mrs. Wilma Lucas, C. the ronrtlttfHon ..of IRBn. 0, th<.. four Fortieth eart MOthl. and Dlrtrtct the' Senator elected from lotterm the S to hilton uniform'f the count State* and of dorMa", u".I., ?., .*ov.*
fate ,
of Florida dirt 10 Joint' Remttltloo
I ,,1 : B. Cody Removed ; Kng-llsh: H. Removed ; Russell O'Berry Removed na of two veart" from the time o, jrni'ient and the elajwlfleatlon, '
thronafitntion "
nrODO"1n the General, Flection of 1944. and thereafter cities' and tcwna, be rnd the aame .
:. ,:'i " .; Carter Removed ; LHla./ Mae ; C. N. Shaw Dead; J. W. .. of the "tste of morlrta. .."', sold, !Senator" shill be elected fo, her.h. atfrenrt Ill enH ahall he rh'

; ,"j ". .-.. Crews! Removed) ; Mrs. P R. Car- Suironcy Removed ; Mrs. Alma "the>ree-flfth*em. .Vera.'r I I term of four v...... exceot to ease oa mittto the etec' 'nr' of 'h. "itat

y I' : radlnp, Removed; Chas, DInklnH> Suirency, Removed; Wilma Sur- each .."......* that, the vote* on aait1folnt I Filed vacancv, In in office office' Secretary at State o*.nrwn"ainr1rta.Hi-e at. General he held' election: 'lt> 1944 ofW I

,'; _'f i fead) ; LeRoy Denmaik. Dead ; tency; Kcmoved; Virginia Sandel Pe.neeelv.R..I.(>tlon fournala were, entered with" the uoortheir .eaila ,, June 14 l UI4 .for. annroval. ,nr peect4nn* that !. tna
that Section 24 AitMe' fT *
l lHllle, Dlnklnn Removed ; Madeline Removed; Ruth Tlpton Removed 0s *. threon an<4 ther rtlrt deter.nine of
and $ ,... '; A JOINT RESOLUTION: Proniwln toAmend tft"fin of the State of DorMa -
direct '
." Frlgo Removed ; D. M., Fryer Mrs. J. M. Ward Removed l ; Jerry, .,..". ".. tthmt that| er)the to t"*ald. elector"! !Section SI of Article' V of thConatltutlon ,I h. amended . to read at tatTowir '-

\ .. Dead J. E. Goodfellow Dead Ward Removed ", the aitate ... the General, riectlon. If pI, of the State. of Florida' Relatln .
: ; ; ; .. .... to and Juatlceof ..>
-..|." tQ44 Juatlce Districts .. *4 Th. J I..i.ies'e, ri'nahllnh
(, 1 Eursulla Gay Removed ; Wllllard It wan further ordered that a WOW\ TWTWT-POBtr" I I* A "WAT"eerefaew the PeaceB ..... a uniform avatem. "f eotint* :

,- C. Removed Helen Harley of ..t.... ,.. the, ..-!. of'o T1wid1. *: rr RFsot-vrn: BY TFTB tFotsLATURF : and mimlrlnal .roverwrnent, which hall!
.1, i ; meeting of this Board will be ter.hv ... ""fI".. that a OF TIlT STATE OF FLORinA *e. apnlleahle? eveent tn ea.ea a/her* QUICK

,, 1" Removed; A. H. Hailey Jr., held on Saturday October 28th O..L' ELECT'ONwtlt That the followln, amendment. to Section local' or *n..r1at, lows are orovldetf nrmav
t'... heM .. tl of Article' V of the Conrtltu' herenfter he nrovMed h. the Lee> .
< In t 1r Por4St
each I
Dead erm"
!f" I : Removed ; James B. Horsey, ; A. D. 1944 at 10:00: o'clock A. M. Hon .n't uiohire that he
",5 Tneadav .,e.S ..."..,.","* the er-i I of th. State of Florida mon Inconsistent therewith
R L. D. Johns Dead; Floyd King/ In the County Commissioners' Monrinv. In Mnvnnhee A,, D 1444 tIll p, th. tame 1. herehv agreed to and the
'.,.. aame shall be ... ." the ouall
aafd <- Selna theIVrWTH to fieri tn office Secretary of State '
:. : ,. ... Dead ; M. E. Loadholtr, Removed : Room at the Court House for the naY NOVFMaEP! ,) fled electora' at the .crneral. election' In Jun. 10 1941.

i Ella Marr. Removed; J. S. Mathla, DUTDOHS of restoring any names for the. raflcatlon. or relectlon of thmenfa .p 1944 for ratification or relectlon."Section . : BATTERY'
..1" ....s_. _....._ _
t s A. .
11 1'h.M ahn he not nor A JOrWT .
Beatrice Re- : -- ---- -- ---- tn
Removed Miner -- '- '
; an may have been erroneously ;. to the; Constitution;; of the Stats than five Justice Dlntrlcta tn each Amen' RInLUnN Section" Seven k

: moved; Tom Norman. Removed; stricken from the Books.M. ..q Florida. w\t\ count and there. shall be elected one C, Article' .xv of the Constitution ofte

. Della Prevatt Dead Verdle K. I Juatlce of the Peace for each Juarlce 9t'). Relatlnato, ih.
; O. HARRELL, A JOTNT towmON" p.n.q rhAmendment .. District who shall haM office for Pout'ems. Term of Office of Perwona A" ..'*.ted

Plummer, Removed; M. B. Plum- Chairman of the Board of County of lection' I of Article. TX Bxlatln: Justice' Dlntrlcta are nr Elected to M1I Vaca.,.. In rieeOffice CHARGE
.... herebareeomilzed.. but the Legislaturemav. .
: Dead Belle Parmenter of ronttltittlon' of Florid" Rei."". c. tlnrter Said Constitution.&r .
mer. ;
b CommissIoners! of Bradford to TaxationBa by aoeclal Act from time to time rr Rzstvv'n .y r nr" VlnTST.A.

$ ., . Dead; Cohen Peele Removed; Florida.ATTEST rr RirflOfVirn" ",. Tfl'W l,"r ta- change the boundarlea of env such Dletrlct TtJHF OK TWT STAr OF $
County rATyp OF TrTF 1TATF OF FLOHTTJA- now or hereafter. eatahllahed. Salma. That the following. . ...l1mA'. .
: '. Jack Strickland Removed; Al- auchDldtrtct .. """'
establish ahntlnn
new or .
: A. J. THOMAS Clerk, That the 9.It'wn"PIdYIP'I' tn ej.e_ Mon S an'S 1 rtlon, T of Artie'Xvrrf -
fonzo Strickland Removed; Ben Mon i of Article DC of the ronatltMtlon now or hereafter "existing. "f the Conitttrotlon, of the State .f
Board of County ,Commissioners. I., Florida relating. h. Provided however that anv a u e hchaneee .. .
SasMer Dead A. A. Thompson to taxation ani theoenple n""d. and the "' a hereby
; thai be aubmltted to
(Official Seal) It the.aame la hereto eareed tn .and .....n of Sun eountv. aa affected bv ." ', ..nd the .*me *h.n .e a*.H- ONLY
he .
Dead ,
; rtmitted to Ia- eUctora, of theof tate referendum eneralelection. ..< ttho. ctnra of the
I'n-olnrt No. 2 North "Htarkn' .Florida' for ratlfltlon or releetlonat et the next eneulng ( tate af (.."...,,au..1f".. ... "" or r
NOTICE OK MASTKIfS SALE' h. flay? (3......", Flection to ba bald riled In office Secretary et State. lecrlon .. the nest enu<-. e>".ral, elec
: Annie R. Alvarez Dead ; Lucia In, 11144. a. feTiowa. June 10. 1943.A "..n. that l. to 4..> "hat SrtSnC) ;1?
: S. Alvarez Dead Jamon M.Brownlee. Take notice that m accordance "lection 1. .'.... tM.t*tltre haH Irro- and T of A.ote XVI|] o' ..<. Contlt -
; *' ". for .... >." .. 45k
\ a 'mlfor .n" e a1 rateof on of the "ta of Florida h*
.; Dead; James T. Barnt's.Removed i with Final Decree remtered by taxation. .."...."t that It mar neovMe JOINT RESOLUTION ," .... anAmendment amended, to read, 'us '..ln....
I Cli cult Court of Bradford foranecal! eat ratea tntanalhtenrortei'le tn Article V of the Con
County, nn "Secflon H .
Dillie V. Barnes Removed of office
: ; but wieri *ned.1 nit. nr rateahall of florId bv addln. theretoan .. T. .

., ; Luvenla Maiker, Dead; I Florida In Chancery In the case not exceed two mll1. on th. dottar "flection Additional ajecton( Relatln. t.. the nfCriminal a in, t..*..nnfnte.f.f..... nf'tcea fT1 vses-'q4e.nnrler this In ('*..n.,*.
of D. E. Knight Obe of the aaaeaiwd vs.sPfrm of aiich.. of State Attomeve. JuIces t" ttlnn .
plaintiff vs. b"d nntv n .It. "
Removed loin E. While
W. K.
Courta Record and Cou"nltcitor.
Bryant of *
i ; IntanfHhte eeee.,4v. nrovMed that aato 'rue Hriv, ",.... .bs KTonHaT You Wait
t\ Hall, defendant, Case No. 3208 an. feircent the Judge end Solicitor .
Bryant, Dead; Reba Boyd Re- ohlftfnflona ciire ti* mort.raa Jan>mr. n.Tf eSter .". election' .ndoi
: deed of .... the of the Court of Record of KacamMa : _,....
t moved P. F. Balsden Dead :Mar- : the undersigned Special Master fniat other Hen C..,, ..... Provldlne for 111- tion of .v ee.
f,. ; ; ; eelaTiiriire' .nSq. nre-crfhe an 4ntanrlMe Ins "...'- 1.." 'T Fn alt .<.>*eo 11_ ..,...., THIS"
Vacanclea ,
.' 'I.. CUM F. Brown Dead Sam A. will sell for cash to the highest ta* e.. not more than two IV Sc the rir-t In an0 Tueada such after the **TI va. .*nMM. |Sc. "'"ft. OTtcHrte .,.......... We Will. WEC
.111. on the. don. which, ....n honaable .
'Ioufl .
r .
bidder at the South front for tht of t t' .A
doorof ) first < i| .
: r' Bryan, Dead; Florence ((0]. Canova 'at the time atich mnrt. .a..e Monday. 'In Januarv 1949% hr Aonolntment .. pemm.e4. .p
o" the Ciat T.enton
the County Courthouse In .need of tni f <.. bv the C3a".rnot. and Confirmation .5..... .
.1 Dead; T. P. Denmark, Dead ; J. A. other tlpn la oreenfed bv th. "JonateR" the fIrst 5ta.4j. tn January neirfnie

; .. ., Harnage. Dead; John liege, Removed Starke, Florida, the following described Hew for of t'.enr4sian.all oth..r 'lntanr"aaM, taw' ,,to_he'n IT ,R,:eOTVrT; > P.V TfTP t,.nTaj. ., 5'cb., el....

i ... Woo'drow \ real estate situate in '.....t* on ....-h ohltff'ttona The ""ne HolllnRaworth
i ; That of Tune U Check Liquid Level and Add
rate nr ratea. or the ..*.. ontlectiMttherefrom Article V of the Constitution I
t$ Removed ; Jim O. Luke Dead : Bradford County, Florida to- ma. .be annortlone'1' h. the the !State! of florid he amended bvaddln -
: 1-4 of NW 1-4 of Sec. 10. Twp. r...a alet'tre .n.l afcalt he ee1n"rtw. ofalt thereto an addrtlonal aectlnnto A .rn". RtgnLU''' Pso'a.iaq .0 Necessary Amount of Water.
A. Lewis Dead D. L.
st.. Worthy ; other ft.t. Co 'nt* niatrlet aoitmitnMnal ne Irnnwn .. Section' 47 of ash''d ArHcle A..... $ A...'. 115 Ph.aneiPt5nn ..
(& Lloyd Dead; Chaa. )K Phlpps, T S., R 22 E and( run W along ta*..a. an-4 shell nreaerrh relatlna to the e'-ctlnn of State (' at 'h. ,..... V .
; '
,.... Atf. ""'-" 5,. .. .
action line 7803 ft. to State > reinitatlona .. ahatt see.'_ a 1...*t rtieva Judaea of CHmlnal Coiirtan ""
; f, .1 Removed ; Ronald Pitts Removed; ....,,,.,.,,,, of .11 nrooert* hn' rent Reenrd and Countv 'tollcltora (onsent 5. rrenv'tr-rs' fly ". t"I'ITSLATtrS : Clean and Wash Top of

1 Ella Phlpps Removed ; Mrs. C. B. Road 28 thence NWly along said and r er..onal ecentn* ..."" ..i....oert* ** the Tudire and aj0iritor| nf the. TRT 5...T oThar .fn"mA' 2 '
road 357.8 ft. thence E 889 S ft. a. ma* be evnnted h* taw for _n). olirf of Record of Ktcamhla'. Countv'and aioctfnn 8, of ,5sPt,4.. Battery.
Pitts Removed; Frank Robinson, nlHrmi .. ... the fa ,... and ... v .
i. : If a urattnn 11t r *. scientificre11 tame herehv atrreed e Cnnrtimtlnn of "..... .. .
4 I Removed ; Mrs. Frank Robinson thence S 332 ft. to P.O.B.; ALSO ..,..... nr charitable nnmo..... ..hall. he aiih...<".... to the etectnra ofhe ti. r.tat Sn., ... Co"nt, fo'nml . I- beginning; at said P.O.B. run W 1I1'f'I>11..J by the Oovemnr Ma tnto tote nf rjrtf'a fr.r r8t'. and the* 4...... la ti_h. aTnerid'..t ,
1 Removed; W J. Ward Dead): af the Oeneral riert'nn. tnheM . '
I nd a ---'Cp'S <. ...rpe" f.. 'un'S .t-i.nH
. Inspect. Clean and
: Pi-oclnct No. S, South Starke. 780.3 ft. to said road thence pfl.,_ Office' Secretary. of llta. "i<.**. on the fe.t T"eada after the h.. .',1. 4<> the elector of thetate 3 Grease
Mn Mondnv In'November fol.Section -
so IB4S. J944. a' f annHrfa. at
the .e-eoerat etee.'oi Cable
along said road 173.8 ft., Terminals.
; (1liY Ellis Brosky, Dead ; J. N. "- nf 55snno.patho. .... he*' '"

?.1 I Daugherty, Removed: Olivia S. thence E 725.7 ft., thence N 185 A JOTMT RWSOT-.ttTTOW ..rono.1ean .. 47 St.f" AI".. Tudeaf ."44 foe anrtroval or ..-..,..... Th,.t

Feeler Dead Laura Flnley Dead ft. to P.O.B.; during the legal : A men'ment. t.. Artici* t aj....,,,.. -'. the Criminal f.",, f Record an"* i-ctlnn.h'l A, of A.....$. vm. .".ele.
'I I ; ; of tb. otinrv Solicitor' *.ot the Tudee an' read .. 4tlles-
SaastttitPan of the Jtafe. 4 Inspect Vent Well
(j Jessie Holtzendorf Dead ; Eva B. hours of sale on November 6, "Florida. Retatlv, r to f*.t...,. and Aonnr rltor of the Court of Record ol'wamble "Section' I. There .haT| be one Openings.

u.l Lord Dead Chas. F. Ward. Dead 1944. Nonment b* Amending 4.ctlor> S ". "'.ct 4 Potintv* Aatl hereafter be "ounrv"...* fn each ..O th*
I ; ; aid.., "< b tha m'.1545.4 o1 ctora of th-'r nyc Caitne,
Article an a p tn n_'lifri, .'e O. o'- .. Comnn.45yfrl..sq,
& n wit: T. FRANK LANDRUM, and OV-chnhee r.o.f....... es H aena) Dectlve 4"dlc1al' "I"t.' or eotintleaothor .I"."at.% .. wh-h torlal, .. -5 Slate and officiate **"tiTthere Recharge on Firestone
one five "
Dl'trlrt. Oerfote et" e n w S e .'.. fni'T'.iqe anhatT 5
j Beginning at NE corner of NE 10-20-31--11-3. Special Master. fount* .. a "ai.nntoe' D..l_.te r.!h...... and Gulf Countle.a . ,. ctton of t..te Arf"ne I" ) M non>il'tton Thenoanf Charger.
./' ...., .. .,.. of ._ .
: --"--------- - ---------- t. 5a$11..4..lVt ni..rlcf irea of Criminal Poiirta of RwcorH CVtinfv ?11iI11. . th
,' 1 rr F,,.r-TTrr. nv ,'n,.. t *'*'" ..,.. ea-a', ., qnliM4.'epen' the tlld eof ...on..r. mew+W.- feMf frnm" Hvti "5;
WE CAN'USE 'MORE PULPW'OOD"WRITE f.ATITOF oa> ""'UW" ajTATnr "ie ,""n'ltln" .015 5nli'-"r the f"oi.. of "Jeenr* ..... fin SI.. SInn'Son4.a ,*S m.I. ..,.
1tV That the foltonHnv .,....o,,ment f.. .-c ."....M.. rnnot1 ahall he held at SAM C* A fl fl V f l smt-nfaTarf.."***
Shin S of Arllct T of the ron.. ,.i.*t..<] ),
I TIMIIEK\ DEPARTMENT "4 the ",... A. Florida. t*>1.*t1*.. tn eeneeola ." the "r.t ..peA". ..*.r the fr t 0- mM .iiritv .# *>>.. time .'*1
'I,.. "n" ....,......,..,.,.." A..t,11Sftflf ,.,5 .t/.oda tn Januar 1949 for. term of M Of wnttMt Silt .tfcf'o"n .
i CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA: sot flIl'4h.. C'n'Pte. ... .... 'u.n *eara"The t.rl ..T shoTS Hnfr4 aSTM11 :F
I ... .. ........ D.svLio.I Sb-S .5 .. "I ;.
ihlrtnthFJroward 1501 .e..e4ay4sI, flts5.I. of tenure of o 115P of an'oe *- V"amPv
-4 FERNANDINA" FLA. .. . _
Th ..
.. *
t : Cr> n<* M the fortieth 14"'enatorlal hereto'ore oe hereafter annolnte .. ** % peon Kaai
fltetrf-t.. and Palhoim an* *o an* of f..i. ..4ft..s herein mentioned .,." 4''Ses. Sn ., .h.." ---'p 0' %
\ I, .------,----.---,-,-,-.--.-..-,.:. V'i74 t""n"'_ ". '". 4,_....... f4' .hall tinS be extended beh SaC S-es ,... *l,,_ .,... 4.. 51104 "'..
*""n..nrl1 "..t.tct, he a.." the aame !t' 'acanc* to son of such offlc. nrisro heor mt'S '.... ..,... .h11 .
hereh* ...,.. to s-s .....11 he anhmlt'e* aaM Ttie d." aft.r the ft* f"onHa 9 *anv ve._, .... P1-sWr ,a.hsfl ..::

tn the elector of FTorMa for eotlfoattooe ... ......_. J,V> .hatl he fin... .. .he... fne ",.. .... ro.iha
reaction ,.. andnflrmalo . l-ln n .. ArttM "f thlnn .
at tt (3- r 1 Flec lnn aonolnfment b th* rSovernor
I The Very Finest he h-M on the r.t T... rt.. after the ..* .. b. th. O....,..,.. .. heref'vra : .tir...ton) thall not :affected
-I ""f Mnnda* In November. 1944. at folecVo provM* b. the Pooat't"tton h... hchv
.Jo-... I '.. no ea.. for. an* I..n".r t.*an ..ntle | riles I ,.. offlc !I."t.. 't.t.

: tJ "*. S. The r...........,..-r. it'.. ": fIrst Tii ."t.n. ter. the firSt Mon1n Ma. ,T tOtS
Fruits & Vegetables ....J" ""** '" l...ntlar e aatnit A r .Jaoi..r < 40"An A .rnTNT "
,*, .... ...1. veara .,. ..,..... "" ", aS .bp .
1i t han annnrt'hall "- conflict herewith I. hereby rein "t0" I' She "0tSe' t"" BICYCLES II
f"" ,..."......"..ff"" I... ",.. ....... .-.. .....4S'I1..4. flve. .... .,., .. ..... Rel.
At Reasonable Prices nmvM.. for ,,, *-.,,.... 1411 ..,?. office Secretary State T..... ...4 ..... ,,f '.,.. ,.
C"I.-f ..
tnrlal Dlotrl. t aitrH Ha .. o 455,5w Th.reta n.
nitrt .
... "' to 'a* t 1941 ..., ..I.'".. .. .,. .
** * eniial ff n.**tili *tA*. aa "eae.* t.", 1ft lb. ."
eabla. ...., nn ('.n" .....n ho ..1I"' .....' """,,.", O'rte nf Ca.nty oS 5ifl. .
m..Mn, q.h ..annnrt1nnme ax Asii 4 '"' P."",..1.I p t>".,.".. anm 'law A..."" Pbs" pam.t4i... The ('n,...,
NO SUNDAY SALES flt"es. . ... S .nrlment to s. of the neittton A, Sb'atn.e A Pbs a
r K ff hav ace'n,4.l.4 a].". n .. .
.' ,.... 1n the foortitiittnnf ''a ap.p.. ...II.P" -nr. a. V....
I. p.p 1"1.cen'a ov arho1* ( NO I
,....,,....,... "' ".'''' .f*..l1 "ens.f'a, .HMitv. - Sb. State of Flo. >4Rnlnttne as 'fi,"... tei.4 h.Cia.afll. an" .".....,. LONGERRATIONED I
t 1I Get All You Want 'Up To Midnight .Inta! (.>".". 0....,,$.. niptr' .rt..t -* >'' ennar <* v 'am,*, "ft"o,,' PP. 0W.'u to....., ..
.. 8"f" "
"....... .. ne V>roca of T.. Onset0). 10""d S'-hnn,
( 1' ,
..< tho "a--'.....fH"" "Mn'hi *b.tI....... _ ,, jg Saturday n4_. ,_,_ __ ..._.... ... ,"_ fl4AI... 4 kBlMfet 119a1111. . (.,",
--a fl.fl_.......... ....'A. O..U...,. _V'''' . .., "I r IlCCT5J5.
.... to Work Cb.1l Not We n ledr I' fly
W111j.. Pwrty.
__ : a h M oon t1iit* Sb."e.q'r.s r
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aame fl-ne, he te1'tlire I. ..,
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annortlon tha eeorenf .
... .t1on 1r> the nn* CnHectlvelv' Baraatn. Shall Be Prer .", ,.
Leon Dicanclio tlvea and ahaltlt->w th.. <1> Reore.entatlwea . "U"f., .., tTOlt'n11nucIs in f...
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to each of the five "..pep nonit.lotia Pt. """."., Shepet ''' PiwS'Ss t.
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each of the oevt etf hteeo. .A he
CALL & CHERRY STS. more nonitlout cniinttafl. and. One 111 .1.. 'n1laa4... ...,"'..,. .o the"onrt .... to Sn'S sal. th. .... .. .......... GET YOURS NOW MTii
r J....rea...,...iv. Of ,.1'1'h.. remain.ntf ., , of the '*.'. .., r'.stes. "Sl0'np. bail .h. qObni'.. .A ,..
: eottotloa of ,.... a*.... .. the .teflon la .., tf.. n..ct....* .... of Rlehtaof -f0.u4, f' 'h, ', ,. aS ..,.....". .
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.". Ra,, or. of the C_.. ratio i ). I
n Rnr. *_ntatl M a, InC of Florida for
1 J4 ATTEND"FAMILY aa .. .* lon rtt.. .. ,. ena"tnn .. I 1. Pram. *
tllaa tof* n* the ,..* atn or tlon the I. .n" .r."n. $100
* nf the Hiti w herein .1ea1aTaaafhan .f,, aMoMI-M, IS. ,. ... aa... that ,.... the Coonu'.. T..f. rt
It f>. '1.. ,rtnfv nf "h. eel-la.. Sm't'aa fa of ..... n..-....., o. "*ho .. n' SlartSa Cot-p. es 5tllst11pny11 A."I.'.
..- ..V .,45t5ppe5 aiteeeenof .. SICbpemIIS. < the1 ron.tlttttton of the St*t*. ofnort'fa .n !''I,S,., 51ifl,..a.. .. sli apanest,
__ ti,.. Ier11ature'ther > be emended ea to read .. .laI Sq, r"'n . S'-b.ul aa4 ,."f
S.q ,.. .
hi S"-Hal oe fe ..?.T speSafl. tnannortfnn .n_ 'IC .. "' 'onp
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"" end In the ETo"seae. nf aer>- i. t)w "nt fn SIaUiSC. > Pat flist.i.., .. _.. T..
.... ... hereto nrovtded Theor san. ,S9pe... .. pe'n11051.4 I. ..flC 1"The M."I. ..""
:, ..*_dif>. .rerutar. F...eral or aa'art -fwi| IH.. to *.... i.rttn_ ..**'.* '' S .r Short Th..teys While Last< '
,' C. .te ,..."..,... whichever ahaft baheen .... Mmnelf sat ..>* 11.f-tv4Nf f*# Iff*, *.* , : t: ,4 nns tins. Quantities
; ; .. raVen .. .,. ,.. .. :
; ; eeareat an* annorrlonmen* anna-st. ,4hn'. .4 "- ,. OaS7PI'S.. -
9: of Renr..entatlvea r.. the aienat. and o/ taw* noe aharl nrlvate ,nrooert ".. ".. "f 11mc5f'nq ,qs.q SiS., .
STARKE METHODIST CHURCH *- the of Rerpe.att.I ahatlaomtv tafc_ without .. t eomoeowafton Thertehr f. ('m" T..
..t tn marine anoorttonme nf' OOnsm'. tn ahaH not be S'x 1
.. Shall 4tt
I t fn the' avent the Lerlatatitr 4 or ."rt" on ae-...t of mem.beiNtblw S -.
.nal"| fefl fr> _..,........,,," the eeoreaertta* or nan.mmnh5'hi11" saC. .
.1t I' SUNDAY OCTOBER 22 "on tn the f_.,1.ti,.. aa reotitred SIC lahoe n-oloo oe lahoe o**.... .' neovMeft S ,."jHr. ,;:' SrrS? 45
'''1. amendment before tta .dtntrr that this etal'. hrl not he eonfnteut .. $
menf tend aitch ..pep4inspe aeaalon: to "wj DI_etacomoei
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o e rlo for reaonnrttonment ahaTI noehe ..peas.. throtieri a lahoe -.f"' ".' DM. "d "I
"limited to eim're at the and' "ftweet -"". o* i... o"n twitoo .rire iln eollth '.

: Haa ..r at all Hotfl reannortlonment _'_ th..|f .mntoer." IrO". 1& an.. "Tin-
la ef'ecte aod. .hall eonliler Filed t.. ..flc 9..ta. o State '.,Phe Ca'me' Pt'. ... T.."f'nllpe.j,.
, a 5S11shaaost
no a other than such'fl"51Sna..nft MaSS 1941 "n05d ., "'R'" .I
.- % -. hsl, enllpet ..n ...... lesS.wt -
; 1'r ShottM thla amendment ... ratifiedin A JOINT Proooafne- ."am,.fn. h. 'h. "Sste. Cmnp I
\ SERMON TOPIC : the 0.-."... Flection In 11M4 aneclallecrlona Amendment. RESCtV0N Serron f4 of Article Sneeii !' .. R.... 5' DI.ti..p' .

: V .h.n ho called w..h1n nlnet. ITT of the C""Mtt"t" nf the State of ISt'lDalSfles.I. "." l..h.' Diutrfct. sad.
3 .... thereafter for the election, of .eri- Florida Uniform Count I.
Spa,. In the rhlrtv-nlntri ._..,. and' t end theC1'ittm' T. r".t' ... ,

; I "A CHRISTIAN HOME" ""ForMetH MOtht sad Fnrtv.ftret 4tatlenvtnrlal of cm.nrm."t Tn. "lee'0 t5n., ,.,- 19., .nl' t. t Sizes for Men and Women,
DlitHri. In rich anerlaleledlooa BF IT 8Y .FOTSLATtTRF tm.
the _natnr le> the Thin. *. R1nLV,T T rRmAt :. .."0iH;"coE..n v"gg .*-'"_"and Older Boys andblrls '

1 N fiRrrir ('Ot'RT. \nt'OUn Sn I St' t".I Famous
:: i 11:00 A. M. C'OI"'TY. FL.OIIIIJ1I IN: IHN1 "" shall |, ononMe Complete with the

'KHY..Illhin seal. at Starke, Florida, this Octo .... ... ... .... . Firestone Bike Tlresl'
r ). Howard Plaintiff. V*. It. ber 17th. 1944 a. .". ..'.. PondS Champion
L : T. Howard. Defendant. Can No. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A" J. Thomas, Ca't-t. .".. 'allecto,. en.
EVENING SERVICE 7:30 P. M. 331!. Ae Clerk of .said Court. Piled, "ma.1"*
onnnn o** PUBLICATIOV: R. II. Duncan. 611 Building 'u... If S..tar7 Stat 5-

AM>>> NOTH'K TO APPEAtl Jacksonville, Florida Atty. for Plf. The .ntre east

: STATE OF FLXIll to: H. T. 10-20-4t-ll10| Ornansed I .mnl..n. mISS. .fe
toward, whose residence tei'lar.tfan. ,. th. ...
and ad- "d return.. Thereof .
dress la nIbfon.4 .h.U be
Route No.1. Oakfleld. Ih. same ,

: O.orllhu You l *re required to appear on'ovembvr :'reyfiwi he State., ,Iw YToPi'Sa'a.. .reutadpes.f e''.",on".ar I J. Moto

: This Space Contributed 20, 1944 In the above E rtsrtatose', P. Roberts
- anted Court and eau..... wherein I1SIJAE1wi I .ta. ,. WREtOr

1 plaintiff seeks. divorce and reatoraon hand. .nt. affiwd ,... ,
J5 t Great
> of maiden name. Hradford E Sesi. og the State
County Telegraph shall publleh this .t T.t.- of nor. DODGE & PLYMOUTH

Ordor In next four weekly laauea. I WAR this C.plt
'td rssssssss Witness my hand and official WTH A. 0. 1a c. . ST8h f
rrsarssrsrsss.r.rssrrs-rrsr-srrs Cs s-s.-_ ... .A. ORAY. 600 TEMPLE AVE.

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