Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 22, 1946
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02882
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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I :::: ." BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAPH ?!! ?.ptrsrsr' ./ 1 1Official


County Publication Established In 1877

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Iit Shows Successful Pecan Season Nears End Guard UnitIs Oil Company Crew Arrives

y Financial ___ Activated For Experimental Drilling

idition Tuesday Night -, m

New River Selected As Site For

lI'hiJe'""most tn......of,...the_.....nation's....__. Starke's Officers newly-activated and enlisted National men of BBS Holds St. Leo Operations by Houston, .

Juard unit were sworn In Tues Texas InterestsMen

lay night 'at Federal activation To 12 To 0 Score
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eremonles held In the armory
on\lnER:: 15. 104 BR.DFORDCOU TELEGRAPH, --i'\GEM lere and conducted by a board oifflcers and! equipment of the Penrod Drilling Company,

-if, representing Seventh Bradford's Tornadoes faced St of Shreveport, La., arrived this week to dig pita and set upa
rOI'II1'. DltAPFORDn. Jacksonville Fla. plaintiff seeks dlvorre. Bradforil krmy Headquarters. Leo last Friday with a backfteU portable derrick in preparation for this section's first ,

roT. FLUIlIU is: VII AN- l.v Atty.rincvir for Pit roriiT.. 11.1 nittiiKoiii 4t 11-22 foiinty Order In Telegraph next four shall.weekly publish iMnues.Witness this. Aa Headquarters Company 2n3attalloa < that waa definitely under physicalpar "wildcat" oil-drilling project.

,r..nult, Plaintiff vs. ('<>! %'I''''. PI.OIIII1AI 1CII1\> my hand and official 124th Infantry, 48th but retained qualities of a The 16-man crew is under contract to drill to a maximum

*tie llartlnek. Defendant. CKIIY.Halton seal! 0 at, ISM6.OFFICIAL Htnrke. Florida, this November Division, the local unit will co- stout defense which held the depth of 4,000 feet for the Tidewater Associated Oil ,
F. Johnson Plaintiff,
I"'lF p{' LICATION Alverna Cooper Johnson Defendant.vs. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas 'rdinate training In 'radio and Catholic championship contender Company of Houston Texas. The 14,000-acre "block" under
TO APPEAR Case No. 51119ORDER AM Clerk of sail. Court. vire communications and other to a score of 120.
SOTICN FLORIDA to: Anneil&rtlnek. 'I 1' Frank Landrum Starke, Fla.Atty. lease] owned by M.\ F. Wiggins! is situated in Section 15,
OF whose residence OF PtTBLirATION for 1'lf. 11-8 4t 1129i (titles regularly assigned t.> a With three of the first-string Township' Five South Range .
,! I it unknown. teadquarters Infantry outfit.Lt. i backs Mooney, Douglas ant 1
on STATE OF FLORIDA to: AlvernO'Cooper I 20 East approximately
T one
required to appear \ TIIH <<"lltrlTr ('01 HT iv AM First Pint -
In the above Johnson, whose residenceand Col. John 13. Walker, repesentlng Reddish-ailing, the Starke eleven
,,15. H II. Foil till \II(<'UU I>>> tilt N TV, I'l.Olt- and one-half miles northwestof H
and l cause wherein address Is: It. F. D. No.1. II. V 7th Army Headquar- nevertheless provided what their

,, i.k dlvor<'f'. Bradford this Georgetown, Delaware. IN CHANCEnYClise ers, Atlanta inspected the unit visitors claimed was their tough- New Kjver.Petroleum .
Slip* nn11' P"0118.11 You are required to appear on No. (163
!irtt four weekly "" """; December 9, 1916. III the above stinT M TOI.PALAR a minor. or Federal recognition, and LtJol. eat opposition in a considerable Engineer E. W.
)11 L my hun l and official named Court an,1 cause, whi-reln IN: 1115: ADOPTION HYHAUL :: R. 0. White Assistant Ad- atrlng of victories. St. Leo had
Florid... this October plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Childers of Victoria, Texas,
,wka R. BARTON and ,
County Telegraph shall publlnh this I MAKOfERITK TOLPALAK BARTON utant General of Florida. ac- previously beaten St. Paul the iItfill
jLBr.AL) A. 1.. Thomas.I Order In next four weekly ISHUPS his wife, epted the unit for the State Florida Military Academy and the said Wednesday that the first

Of 'Rltl Court.D. C. Witness my hand ami official :NOTK'C. TO APPRAR )ther Inspecting 'officers were Admiral Farragut Academy, among equipment to be shipped here '
10 C. 'onfl.r seal at Stnrke, Florida this November Trill HTAT13! OF FL.OHIDA-TO:
L1ndrul1I. "tarke, Fla. 6, 1946.OFFICIAL. :Nathan. Tolpalar EM'I I .lajor O. W. Griffin of the Ad- others.
4t 11.111IT consisted of 250 feet of 16-
pIC. 10-Z ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, 19 S. AV. Jefferson Street :,\itant Generals office St. Auguo- Mooney, the Tornado's offensive
An Clerk of said. Court. Portland, Oregon ; Inch weld which
DRAI'1I'0RD William D. Morgan, Jacksonville You are hereby notified that a 'ine, and Lt. Col. Myers Senior ace, was not at his best, although spiral casing
H.OIU1I IN CHAN.J Florida. Petition has been filed In the Circuit nstructor for the 124th Infan- he was reasonable !good will be used an conductor pipe.
Tf, 11.8 4t 11-29 Court for Bradford (County,
ry. form considering his recent attack Immediate construction work
Plaintiff, vs. Florida, In Clinnrery by Karl R.
Thou Cane No. narton and Marguerite Tolpalar Richard G. Kldd Jr. of water on the knee. After
Defendant. Capt. will Include and
!lKUt, iv ("11I'II'r. 'ol'n'r. \lIt'Jlln Barton for thftlI"I.tlon' of Judy dlaglnaClf pits
PUBLICATION COI VM, FI.OIIIIIll>> IN ('lIt?- M. Titlpular and you are hereby rill head the Starke unit's stall a definite pounding over the laying of foundation for the 110-
:NOTICE R OF APPEAR CKHV.AnKelit fommtinded to appear In iiuld Court f officers. which includes bt l larger part of a difficult schedule,
TO to: linther N. Cnvese, Plaintiff, vs. Anthony on Thursday' the Sth day of Tie- It appeared that the team will foot structural steel derrick. The
1 OP FLOH1DA 'R. CuveHe, Defendant. Cuso I cumber A. D. I I94B, nod show it. John J. Roane, executive; 1st
o.. residence and well the rent affordedin latter will be raised after Its
No. 6188. <'aun". If any why sold petition ,t. Hugh Ingram, transportation appreciate

C's.ci llulrpd| to appear on ORDKH OF PUBLICATION' I Hhixild WITXKSS not be my granted.hnnd nml seal of fflcer; and 2nd Lt. T. II. Os- the open date of this week. a"sembl3on/ the ground. The

I, 1340, In the above AND NOTICE 1'0 AI'IMOAH '.5 Id Court at Starke, Florida, this the Starke will return to action on
soil cause wherein STATE OK FLORIDA to: Mr orne commande..ot pioneer portable rig. Chllilers stated lapowered
i-rort seeks dlvorre. Bradford Anthony M. Cavese, whose rewldenceand (Iii day, of November A. T>. 194A. latoon. the night before Thanksgiving,
A. .1. Thomas, Clerk Circuit butane.
this adJresH Is41: Carney StreM, by
shall publish
lfjraph playing Lake City on that local
Court :
Issues. Cavese, lIen Cove New-; Non-Commlssloned officers : '
weekly Mrs. A. are
inest four % Maximum time for the
I Hv Lrc'lle" C. Conner, D. C. gridiron. ?
r.. my hnnd and officialS York. Carlton nnd Orown Aottfirneys for taft Sergeants T. C. Hazen, Jr., ;
la estimated at six weeks.
., Florida, this Octo- You are required to appear on 1 Petitioners.iv St. Leo scored last week In the
I December 9, 1916, III the above .. L. Crosby, Jr.lW. C. Rhoden; first and fourth periods: in the N If the driller, headed by Noel
JUL SEAl A. 'J. Thomas named Court and cause, whureln. fiiirirr roi'n'r. \JUIO ergeanta Robert W. Drake, John McLeoil -- Hall an "tool pusher fall to
ll of Haiti Court. plaintiff sveks dlvnrre. Bradford <.55,'\ I'I. KI.OIIIIXl IN ('II 5-: opening quarter, scored ,
f.r Griffls J. T. Kirkland. Jr. and
I DTOjIaa, Oalnp8vllle. Flu.Plf County Telegraph shall publish this 1-KliV. ; on a pass while Wilson went strike oil prior to the depth of 'I,
11-1 4t 11-22 Order In next four weekly Issues. Kenneth :Monlnmie Criimmor, Plain. crporal Merrill Edwards. around end for a touchdown early That all-important event- the 4.000 feet the "block" will necessarily
Witness my hand and official seal tiff vs. In-iif KHn Crummer, Defend.int. ; arrival of the Arst pint of ripe
Basic training of the new unit be abandoned. The
5093.onnnn In tow final Starke projeCt
MIT rorHT.iir DRAPI"Onn at Starke Flniida, this NovemberOFFICIAL -; Cane No period. ,
OF "l'nL\f'\TIOS ill get under way Immediately, strawberries took place las could also be terminated by
Fi.oiim vi IN (:SEANI 6. 1946. threatened In the second. but lost
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, AND NOTICE TO APPEARSTVTF apt. Kldd stated. Guardsmenre Friday when T. a. (Tully) Nor: the presence of granite, which
Jie ball Interception .
Plaintiff vs.'pnD Clerk of soOt Court. (91* FlJOKIDA to: Irene on a pass
Region efundant. Cane No. T Frank Lindrum. Starke, Tim. Ktta Crunimcr, whose resilience'" and now paid according to a on the St. Leo 25. man (pictured above) exhibits rock 'may be-;found under S'torjda'a -

Atty. for Pit. 11-S 4t 11-29 nildrenii; ; :; I.: 1107 ,On. Leltuv Street.Fi'titon tale which begins at U. O per: The Bradford forwards Aad a brlmmlnacup; of luscious rel surface--* fact' little known
MIchigan.V'ii .
'01 OF :PUBLICATIONWTICE TO APPEAR an- required to ni
OF FLORIDA to: Alice iv f.ibi,1Y.(<"III'ITr FIiOIIIU coi n>>r. \o'onn IV ('IIV- I i D<*i ftnher, 9, 1941 soil, In the, wherein above jthorized for. regular army per- line, which'showed a margin he "- .oul4.sen4 to the Children and geologists.TheBradford. .
I' urt cause
h'iie' realilence' and ad. 'I'"Y I nlaintlff named. .....kM ..div-r.... Bradford mneL. Prior to the war Guard ot poundage! from tackle to I. Home; Snclety whatever he received '-location is Tld.
% Mr James Lambert Plaintiff, '
11. North Carolina.rwiulrca. Carrie Ve. James Mae II.teen Kowley Rowley, aim known County In Tnli-Ki'iph next tour shall wneklv publish, iMsuen.Vltne tloiOrler ... ;rivates .werepaid" Jl per drill.; tackle.: 'I'- 'for. the. berrlM, and, 1 twaasv watbr'sj. first Venture Into Florida

lit'I. 1946, In to appear the above on aM James 1Il1nkpr. ('uo" Nn. 6IHI.! \ .M tiny hand and official |trn order to meet Federal ri* Statistic: .Flat J" Down Starke t many minute before .O. although ..tb. company has 830.

'wt anil cause wherein OIlIEH NOTICE-; OF Pt'BLTIONAND TO APPKAK seal! at Siarkc! Florida thin November lirements th. Guard unit must 7. Bt. Lao. 10:? Passes completed B. Stanley of Stanley Bench 000"acre* of the state under teas '
I. 1946.OFFICI.M. and offered him
twit* divorce.Bradford this STATE OF FLORIDA to: JnmetII ( liT-:."1.) A. J. Thomas (Tease its strength at least 10 Starke a of'7, .St. Leo, 3 of 8; came by a crisp for potential drilling. An Initial

Vlwaph lost four shall weekly publish Issues.. Mlnker. Rowley, whose also residence known ns and.Limes"address I Ax ,Clerk I unit of Anderson said, Court.Hlvers .Omen Cove trcent tat '*ach three-month per. Yards on rushing, Starke. 82, St. 19 bill for the pint of fruit. kurvey to determine posnlbllltle.

,* my hanoi and official Oc1940 Is unknown.You Sprlnirn. Florida. d during the next two years, Leo 203. Mr. Norman was back In town for oil 'on the Wiggins) property
9tirk. Florida, this -
\ are required to anjienr iibev on Altys fur PIf_ ___ I I-I 4t I 129I oxtmum allowed strength of the \ To .(date; ,Coach Qelger's men Tuesday with six pints of ripe was made approximately two

!LHK\U A. J. Thomas December 9, 1946 and, cause In the, wherein pal unit Is'87 enlisted men and ive won four lost three and fruit, and states that unless aIre..e year! ago. A similar survey t*
I I ol' iaM Court. named Court V ('inri IT ('0 1'111', llll \I>>>FOIII>
)p"r, Williams Hldtr. 7 W. plaintiff se.ks dlvorre Bradford this ,'fU %'rv. Jl'1..IIIU\1 I'll Eli .5- kir officers. .' tied one a pretty acceptable Interferes he an t other currently being ,mad at other

JirkBonvllle Florida. County Telegraph shall weekly publish IwiMeH.Wltnass 4"t'K YAnne LXn-tnen! who would like to be- bowing' In a schedule which In (rower will be harvesting ber location of this area by the Bun II,
11-22 in next four Plaintiff. r". "-
Pit. ll-l 4t Order I luilln Rufflno.
rise the crate within week
my hand ami official harts. ('. llufflno. Defendant CaneN" one members of the Starke unit addition to( St. Leo Included by a." Oil Company. ; Ij!

TIT ol'n'r. nUAIJFOnD seal at !Starke;! Florida, this Novem- 51-4. ay obtain enlistment paper.our" teams of the calibre of Palatka, or so. Veedol, a Tidewater product t I. wi

II, FLOIIII)'\| lCI1AN- bAr(OFFICIAL 7. 1946. SEAL) A. J. Thomas AMI ortnKii! OF PITTILI'ATTONNOTIC'Fl TO APPKAll8TATR > 8gt W. C. Rhoden ,who IsI Belle: St Aufustlne and Gaines Although Mr. Norman J.dthe old In Florida, and the company' : ol!

irlor, Plaintiff vs. Mollletinilnnt AW Clerk of said. Court. OF FLOHIDV to: Charltfs duty at the armory each day ''Ill.. A total of 109 points were way with the first pint others Tyilol gaaolln la well-known to ;
CHHB No. 5029. I By Tuclllo C Conner D. C. (' llufflno. whose r..lonf.e. nnd and New. were not far behind Robert A, motorIsts 'of western states. j '.'
Fla. scored Bunnell ,
FR OF PUHLICATIONNOTliT H. II. Uunrnn, JackBonvllle 'If'r.',- I : :nsri B 2ht Street New om 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. (exceptUurdays : .
TO APPEAR Atty. for PIf. H4t "- .Jiv York Sew. York. .. 8 a. m. to 12 noonyurkology ) berry.. Anderson, who live on the Oar
SOP1 FLORIDA to: Mollie You r'MIHfeu, 'o appeardtDeomb' Lelterman place northeast olStarke
ihuM residence., and ad. rinrrrr (-;;;;;1". IIII ">* )BIIoi 1'H6: In the abovu Circuit Court
nknown. FI..onll\I i" t" \?- named i' n I >'"! <"Pause whereinPlnlntlff Contest Anderson NamedSuperintendent and Perry Newsom olrlellbronn. ,
lit required to appear on ( NTI. I divorce I .P1 I 194A, In the above nenn'aVkelly Plaintiff, rs TloonKelly ([oiinty Tcleunipli' shall publish tnlp -
,'OWrl and I ....uee. whereinwk D..fen".nt., C..e No. 5153. : (,',l' r In nexl four weekly l...su..iiWllnesH tarts Today Irult to town Saturday. I '".
, ,II vorce. Bradford vF PUIIL'ATION my band and officiols'itl L. C. Robinson, a lA-year-old Alt before the
:* ORlt) this Nov.mVoKKirlAL Of Light PlantThe cases brought t
mph shall publish APl'hAttSTATE at "
...t four weekly IM8u.... ANt) NO'I'J'F FIOIUDA: Tn to: 1'I.on Attention of our readers. la berry grower of Hellbronn, exdblt.d .I fall term of Circuit Court were '

, m, hand and official Kelly, whos OF( reBld-no, Is. unknown.. SEAL) A. 3. Thomas, lied to the Telegraph's annual appointment of J. L. (Sam) a line pint of ripe fruit disposed of list week with the ,

rttO, Florida, this Octo- You are required In 10 the RPIollr above onNovemb..r AH Frank Clpr kof Landrum.said Court.Starke: ..Fin.Attv. irkology Contest which Is pre- Anderson as superintendent of Tuesday, and Oscar Wright, colored majority resulting; In treatment :
hIlt. T. r
L'Ht.8EAL) A. J, .Thomas, named Court 26, anl, cause. wherein fur ilL I1"8 4t llz9 nted In the second section of the City Light and Water Plant farmer, also brought a pint of bond or referral to the absentee (
"I, .alll Court. seeks oIlvorce. Bradford! Is Issue. the of berries to town that day. dock.t.
Htarku. Florida plaintiff Telegraph ..hall pilbiloll. this c.fI..r. nntnponii was approved Tuesday by '
4t 11-22 County loa'IP5. iv fiii'-iir : This contest affords a great Council. It Is expected that
11-1 Order In next four weekly oottlrlal .'..i ?'l'Y. FI.OHIIXI JCIIAV. City ,The case of Corlne flt.ler.rhrged ,
Witness my hAnll nntl '. ". tount of fun for our subscribers the appointee's acceptance of the '
.: rr oriiT. nwAnronoi FIorl'tit. this O""OFFR'AISEAT ( :"' Plaintiff. vs. Claudia Scouts Attend with second degree murder -
TI riUUIIl %| 1* CHANlUmar sealt Warh. Ionise FoKle.I"ogle Defendant. Case NoOF ch year and helps to acquaint >osltlon' will be received by the In the death of James Butleron

'( ,) A. J. Thomas :: em with the names of Starke's Board of Bond Trustees November District Rally June 29. was nol proseed
Phllllp.Plaintiff.. PI'TILICATIONA ;\
nlllipi, i) f..ndant. Case _As_ Clurk_ _.row"of----saul'.,...ft Lat Court.-!'fl',.... Vt- ,.-. n.v.onnER, : NOTTCK TO APPEARSTATB tdlng business firms.This 27, with duties to become a,. At WorthingtonAn owing to lack of sufficient evidence (
H. n. 11-15
!ER: OF' I'URLICATION Alt)'. for Plf. 10-23 4t OF FLORIDA residence: ClaudIa andnldrCsl year, a> In the past twoe active approximately December to convict .,
sorter' 811..nno TxiilFoirle.! whose be to exciting and entertaining. William Carlton
: TO APPEAR (''CI'IT ('01 n'r. Is-: AltOS lana'h..et..r I.an turkeys presented 5.The pleaded guilty ,
v,or.,.FLOKIDA to: Ruth IN('ml.?'VT. FI.OIIII\I 1\1: t'I\- SII"'r Snrlnns", Maryland.You onDecember I first contestants to turn Incorrect city's taxIcab Issue which trip to Worthington Spring wainjoyed to the chare of breaking and "
residence Is Route ifDpear ,
Thu labama. ( ..:n Y..Tuanlta .oliver oTar. I'lah'tlfr. V" are 9.required 1916. In to the aiou'nimnlCd > 'or nearest correct had arisen with the sppllcatlon by eleven member of entering, and was. sentenced to .

wqulri-d to appear on .James Edward Edgar Dof.nlant. (',,Urt Rn'. "l1u.e. wherein utlon to the Turkology puzzler. for renewal of permits by A. E.IcKinney. Stark,'. Boy Scout Troop 70 one year at the State Penitenti I

.0\"'".".".; 191 Tend, cause In the, wherein above Case. No. Sill.Ohl1)liht OF. rtynWC'ATtflJANO plaintiff seok. t1lvnr""hall phIIsh H".lfor,1 thleOrol.r rn to the second section and Broward Akrldge and Monday night. Instead of holdIng ary. Willie Newnome on pleading

Oil. divorce.I Bradford NOTIf'1'1 '1'0 Art'atRSTATB JameS, (',,,,nty In Te"'A'raph next f..r w..kly = A your wits at this fascinatingitlme. Clayton Strickland was given a the regular Monday night rullty to the charge of operatinga I II

Ift'raph shall publish this 01"' FI.oHI.,\ tn '. I"datldr..a" .n'l. thorough hearing during the meeting in the local Armory. the lottery, was given the alternative I "
fur r"'l\ld'n" t""arkS.yFl..rlila. thl. Noy.ern
" .TnT hand weekly and issues official;,; t F.dward Fodor"I" ""nknown.I whole. .ea7 194'O9F'lr1AL .......... council meeting. The findings of Scouts accompanied by Scoutmaster of a $100 line or 90 days

Sith is'. Florida, this Octo- I : Y. are r"I"lr..1 to In "paar the "hoVOnamed onI her( 7. SEU.) A.. J. Thomas Potatoes a committee composed of P. L. 11:. T. Shull attended the at hard labor. The fin* was paid. "W

L9Etf1 A...,.?. Thomas I November Court 25. anl'j18'} caU5-, wherein AH. Clerk 1.1.111.of('saul"'onner Co..rt.ny D C. :Dng Bridges, J. M. Smith and Clayton monthly Court of Honor meeting Ezra Bagwell pleaded guilty toransportlng "

ot laid *Court. plaintiff a..ek divorce pnl llrTiif restormuon VI- J. K. IIklpp. Ja"k..nv\l'e.\ H P1g.Attr. 11.29. rown At Lawtey Strickland held that the present of the New River District Bny property for compensation II

:IJ."F SI Lynch Bid*. of m"n, shall 110fliC.publish this' f"r I'lf 11-8 taxi service within the city provided collie of America at Worthing without a certificate of ':

PII. 11.1 4t 11-22 County Order In Tf'lpKrlll.I'ne": four week IOf 1,511Cm.seal. 'ol'n'r. Jul 8 "FOIII). darlon D. Carter, who recently by one company, Is ade public convenience and necessity .

Witness ",v hand an'l this official October H I'll('01(1IIf'II'r?'r,'. Jl'I.tUII.\I I'll ('ii I"1.. d his farm near Lawtey snd quate. The committee based Its ton.The conclave was held al Bardls md wa fined 129 and cost*. .j'

FI.IIIIIII1 n>i HT nR.\. FORD Rt 194ftfoOP'FICIAL!'Itl\rke' FirlJa. Thoma'A. : AK:1EV.Bruce T>l lntlff. v.. Ronnie .ved to Lake Worth to make reports on contacts with a representative Church and there were no The case of Randall Newsome.
IX CHAN., SEAL) A. 1. Mime. Nn. 5l7'nitrirIl :' home near his son-in-law and of cltlxens unlawful carnal
Court. I I..ndant. ( 055 group local promotions made during the In a charge of r:
rVFlmerPnilntlff.. ... Clerk "C Maid 0"1'. D. C. Mime ll' PlULICA'I'ION APPEAR Ighter. Mr. and Mrs. K. W. made to determine public opinionS Court! ..cession although six Scout ntercoune with an unmarried 1 "
L"lm.r, O..f Tucllle C. FIB. ('. TO
ndant.C ace Sly''. Frank "' ndrum. St"rkft 10-25: H 1.15I" \ I IITATf ASI' : oV FlilRIDA $o: ..nnl.. rks, was back in Bradford the matter. from other Troop. were awarded male adult under 18 years of "

1 p. PtTRLIC A nON Atty. for Plf. llma. whose residence and addresspublish anty this week. "I came back Argument favoring the Strlck- advancement During the meetIng .g.. was passed, a. the defendant ,

&ft(1l1 or ;.omo APPEAR tot James CIRClET ('Ol'n'r. "It.Fonn I" ('iIt". I. unknown.are required to appe"r- on din my potatoes" Mr. Carter and application was presented by which tasted from 4 until tad not been brought Into cu.ttady. j

1b05 residence Is nnIn CIII VT?. Fa.r..II" p.rember You 9. 194" In the wherein sbovenamed 1. And what potatoes B. T. Dell. ,Jr.. Gainesville at. 7:30: P. M.. the Scout played Impromptu 4.

: 'equlr.d Fmncis('Eli 5'' jack sason. I'lnlntlfC.ler..nol..nt.v" Court. ..kll and dlvorr., cau"e PvaIfordCounty udglng by the three samples orny. McKinney operator; of football games attended James Butler (not to be contused .
on "
f.1'16. ln the above appear"am:4 Maggie Ellen 8axon. ,,1..ln.ICt!' Tel..grapb shall Issues.this brought to the Telegraph of- the present company was repis.st.d the Court and enjoyed delicious with deceased James Buter !

'.lTonl.*..ee. wherein plain. Case ORDER Nt. 51!?OF. Pf''LI'ATTOS PPFRfTATE Or.I.r In n.t S weekly aol officIal i Wednesday. well bet that the by Joe Hill J Williams 01Lake refreshments of barbecued pork In the trial of Corrlne Butler) t

11111 Puallith Bradford this County Order ANn NO'1'I'PJ FLORIDA TO to: Mrs I seal'Vltn".S at nark..u" this. Nov50'- it Coast never saw sweet po- Butler. and beef .salads and. Coc -CoIa.. Wall charged with assault with ;

lI,fly\Weekly Issues. oF' whose rapt-. ber 1. I94. ) A. J. Thomas., es like that! One. was 24 ins Following the lengthy discus- Troop 70 win hold its regular the Intent to murder. Butter was ;

, t' ISl k.' hand Florida'and this official Octo- dunce Malrlrle a n Wr-. Fllrman.south I I OFFICIAL Clf'rk nf SEAL aalll Cnurt.J rl... long and weighed three and e Ion,. the Council voted to abider meeting next Monday night Inthe not In custody and the case was

41. WSSj.7SET. &' $ Aa S. Har..leon. Jack.onyl1l.11-8 ,4t 11.29 lalf pounds another was 15 the original city ordinance.permlttlnl' Armory, beginning at 7:30 >laced In the absentee docket.
W5II IEAL) A. J. 'Thomas. December Yolk ''Atty for Plf tea long, and a third via 12 the operation of only o'clock. Bond estreatments on charges)

h.., 204-205 COlIrt.Realty Bid*. named. Court and ("au Ie. MS. Total weight of the one company. The councilmen Those making the trip to Worth- of transporting property for compensation

uiree was 9 3-4 Ibs. said the decision will hold until Incton were Dan 'PrI... Harry without a certificate

13- letlci In the summer. Mr. Carter states that he and an increased demand for taxi Metier, Arthur Winkler Lloyd were' a* follow: Ben Flower,

t' '-- scheduled for December with well with ervlce Is apparent. Grld@l' Doyle Manning. Ronald In I the amount tif 1100; James ,
'Uoai quet, Lack of a playground. Mrs. Carter are pleased
their par'eot.s 3)
OVer 300 FFA boY' it swings and other equipment their new borne and enjoy the Andrews. Don Humble, Edward Manning. 9100; Henry C. Teary .r
?. H. other guflts wID slide, ; ConventionThe Bhull Harold L nnon. Delano 1100. .
Osborne and the I' the younger children. balmy climate but he stIll thinks Singing ,
Cltent: tend the banquet, 0P6> of for pool Bradford County soil Is far Thomas. T. B. Harding. Jr.. antScolltmaater A I30O bond estreatment was !
VSO fund drive events of the FutureFarmer \ I 4) Need for a iwlnamlng that found Intbat Southland Harmony Quart E. T. Shull. whoM seen In the absence of Anne Chandler
County. states that featured ot.ficlals who have no trana- superior to anything ,
charted with operating a
winter calendar. for children of Station WRUr. Gaines- automobile was used for trans .
Sly visit commercial of the state."I .
to part
one-third of the .ii1d that InvitaUonc : portatlon or fund be featured at the porta tfon. lottery and a JSOO estreatmentIn
the group a.. will
k. quota has been raised of would ''be extended ttJ' lake resort don't see how those fellows Bradford Staling Convention -T. B.. Harding. Jr., Scribe. In case of Joe Preston also \
*fayo i I and down, there make a y money I ;
t ban Lack of both supervision 24. absent on a lottery
N a November
cit the chairman U pIe..- I Commlasloner superintendent colln Ergtl3. ';I I facilities 5) for organized parties farming," he commented. "They Bunda The,.general public Is Invited T. K. Kendrlck. was called to W. P. Nichols charged with 1 J

cooperation received Stata officers and agtt. have to use 10 much fertilizer to the two-hour program Clover. S. C., Tuesday night be- desertion and non-support waa ,
FFA and game to I attend
Ibe urjes all worker, State of nelghborini''I program the en- make anything grow. It must at 2:30: p. m.. at the :;ause' of the death of his alster, not In custody and the case was

their e.rrt.i in the CUlture_ teachers I A believed preferred fbould be financed awfully" expensive to make a LawUr beginning Methodist Churcb. Mis' Lltlle Kendrlck. placed In the 'absentee docket. ,

dan II!> that counties. pr"'el- loll crop.
the qilots'Cbed FFA
Johns local ,I by the City.

before the) dead- dent Elmer will serve a. t08"tmIlter. primarily" I,

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Shows I Successful Pecan Season Nears End : ;
Guard Unit
oft Oil Company Crew Arrives

jy y Financial Is Activated

For Experimental Drilling

edition Good Tuesday NightOfficers I -

New River Selected As Site For

\\I'hiIe most of the nation's and enlisted men s ol : BBS Holds St. Leo Operations by Houston

:JH and towns languished everr h Starke's newly-activated National ,
In debt, the economy-mind y Guard unit were sworn in Tuesday Texas InterestsMen

o Hcal! of Starke wound up Fy d
City's fiscal year SeptemberwIth ceremonies held In the armory
and of the Penrod Drilling Company
1.3S4.09 more assets here and conducted by a board of equipment
liabilities. officers representing! Seventh Tornadoes faced St. of Shreveport, La., arrived this week to dig pita and set upa k''

a Hut of the town's small $46- 1l U11 .+ ,a.e, Army Headquarters.As Leo last Friday with a backfield portable derrick in preparation for this section's first a

!debt becomes payable In dribs Headquarters Company, 2nd that waa definitely under physic "wildcat" oil-drilling: project.
ft2,000 per year from 1949 sY Battalion. 124th Infantry, 48th par. but retained qualities of i a The 16-mnn crew' Is under contract to drill to a maximum It

ogle 1965, and the officials Division the local unit will coordinate stout defense which held thi depth of 4,000 feet for the Tidewater Associated Oil I''

ted the lean at a low 3nt training In radio and Catholic championship contender, Company of Houston. Texas. The 14,000-acre "block" under +I

t Interest. The assets, con- wire communications and other to a 'score of 12-0. lease, owned by 1\[, F. Wiggins is situated! In! Section: 15. I
of cash, War Bonds, and duties regularly assigned to a With three of the flrst-strlnj Five South Range 'i
g -Township ,
Piled high the at the Starke Farmers Market
on platform are
Elected .taxes, amount to headquarters infantry outfit backs Mooney Douglas am
NAB And .0, although theof sacks of Bradford County pecans that have this season been bring Lt. Col. John B. Walker rep Reddish,-ailing, the Starke slays First Pint 20 l< approximately one \I I
miles northwest
ing because of in In 7th nevertheless provided what theIr and one-half 'I
the Indebtedness Isn't due top prices crop shortages Georgia. picture resenting Army Headquarters '

1969, Starke, If It had< to' above an auctioneer signals a sale while pleased growers stand by to Atlanta, inspected the unit visitors claimed was their toughest ate' ir of New River.
dj pay off Its LO.U's., tomor- hear the sweet music of the spirited bidding. for Federal recognition; and Lt opposition In a conslderabl) I w Petroleum Engineer E. W. ,

Col. R. Q. White, Assistant Ad string of victories St. Leo hat Childers of Victoria Texas nl
jutant General of Florida, ac previously beaten St. Paul the
:tie facts, and financial complete struc-deaf Bradford County neared the end Mixed 383 Ibs.-32 3-4c cepted the unit for the Stats Florida. Military Academy and the said Wednesday that the first tw

i Starke's of of its phenominally successful C. V. Scruggs, who Is employedat Other Inspecting'officers were Admiral Farragut Academy, n among equipment to be shipped here
and condition AS Septem- pecan season this week with a the State Farmers Market organization others.
Major O. W Griffin of the Adjutant
the audit consisted of 250 feet of 16-
>D, are contained In total of almost 250,000 pounds of was In charge of the General's office, St Augustine Mooney, the Tornado's offer

it City Just completed by nuts sold through the Farmers sale and was assisted by E. L. and Lt. Col. Myers Senior slve ace, was not at his best although Inch spiral weld casing, which

nb, Gray and Powers ofatjvllle Market here bringing growers an drawford who weighed In the pecans Instructor for the 124th Infantry he wan In reasonable !rood s x will be used as conductor pipe.

certified public ac- estimated return of $85,000.00. and by County Agent L. T. form considering his recent attack Immediate construction work
itants.! The most Interesting Only 6,118 pounds were offeredat who assisted In grading and knee. After
Dyer of water on the
of the Capt. Richard G. Kldd, Jr.,, will Include digging of pits and
important portions Tuesday's sale with the fol. records. the
a definite pounding over '
will head the Starke unit's staff 110'n
3 of foundation for the
In on
8 I appear page lowing prices received for the of difficult schedule,
Mr. Scruggs states that there of officers which includes tat larger part a 1
til[Usue of the TE7.EGRAPH. varieties will foot structural steal derrick. The ,
leading : that the team
will not be a sale next week, but Lt John J. Roane, executive; 1st appeared
tting the year Just ended, Stuarts, 172 Ibs.-39c well appreciate the rent afforded latter will be raised after Its f
that a final sale will be held Lt Hugh Ingram transportation
[officials despite rising costs Curtis 3,137 Ibs.-38 3-4c officer; and 2nd Lt. T. H. Os in the open date of this week assembly on the ground., The
ill other fields were able to Randalls, 449 Ibs.-34c week after next on Tuesday Dec. Starke will return to action or
Chllders is
borne commander, the pioneer portable rig stated 1
electricity rates; continue I Seedlings 1,587 Ibs.-32o 3. platoon. the night before Thanksgiving.
powered by butane
intead exemptions; hold tax: playing Lake City on the local
Non-Commissioned officers are: Maximum time required for the t
at previous levels; giver

meets their first real main. At Roberts Motors For Year 'RoundRecreation A. L. Crosby Jr"/''w, C Rhoden; and fourth periods, In the the drillers, headed by Noel t

sin ; and contribute Sergeants Robert W. Drake JohnH. opening quarter McLeod secret Hall as "tool pusher", fall to

SOI In years gifts to the Public Next WednesdayWith ProgramThe Griff, J. T. Kirkland Jr.; and on a pass, while Wilson went strike oil prior to the depth of 0
Corporal Merrill Edwards touchdown That all-Important event.tharrival 4.000 feet, the 'block" will necessarily :
vy, Homecoming Celebration,, around end for a early ,
Hi: Clinic Christmas Seals, a preview opening of the City's need for a year Basic training of the new unit in the final period. Stark of the first pint of rip" be abandoned.( The pro "
round recreational will get under way Immediately in second but lost strawberries took place las ject'could also be terminated by
10., and a recreational prowing new Firestone Store of the J. P. program threatened the ,
conducted under professional ;apt. Kidd stated. Guardsmen the ball on a pass Interception Friday< when T. O. (Tully) Nor the presence cf! granite which
i scheduled
Roberts Motor Company man (pictured above) exhlbltnc '
supervision was an emphatically- are now paid according to a on the St. Leo 26. rock may .found under Flor
that the City Govern* for the night of Wednesday, presented topic_ of nine B H S scale which begins at $2.50: per _, The Bradford forwards nad a brimming cup of luscious red ida's INl'face4f.d' little known
u eta properly be classified 27 of the drill for the same rate fnllt. Mr. Norman announced that to persons"other than ell drillers
November ;. personnel seniors, appearing in a forum at a private- plenty of trouble with the St
kit bualn... ,' cash 'laeomaif he "Vouldrf send to the Children'.
and .
Itockln'g' geologists.Thew
firm were, this week the Woman's Club. Wednesday authorized for regular army per Leo line wlilch showed a corgi
the ,amounted, to lIoyget'81'1c1ety' whatever he
year Novemb.131' I' sonnel. Prior to (he war Guarsriratea from tackle tc BredforhJoeatlon la Tide*,
U2Z47.' Including the c ,sttTurerfftfrn howrooras 'with .a JJn. of '_elecricaf afternoon drift of poundage, for-'the 1>>berries and:,! '
were-paid flget'tcenture .
per wal Into Florida
group T.:: ) tackle. ,
with Mrs:
the:previous.yi&r; 'appliances', motor asses. The "it '" waa-st t many minutes beflf8.D, t
*- Osborne preelbing"Jave-a resumeof "*Tn order to meet Federal re Statistics: Pleat.DoWN. Stark although .the company has 830,-
lUll of Bench
'out gototalJd',431rBiggest B. Stanley Stanley's '
so'ries:"and .sporting'Tfooa* recreational facilities' now offered qutrements, the Guard unit must 7, 84. Leo 10' Passes completed,, GOer acres.of the state under leas '
and offered him
came by crlip
spender M'might ;
elected was the -owned Mr. Roberts announced d that at in Starke and "1c1nltyand increase ita strength at least 10 Starke S of'7, .St. Leo 3 of 8;; $5 bill for the pint of fruit for potential Jrining. An initial
i the night preview from 7 to 9 followed with a"strong argui&ent percent in 'each three-month per Yards on rushing. Starke, 83 St survey to determine possibilitiesfor .
and Water Plant, with exis back In town ''
p'm."' nothing will be sold but favoring a broadened program iod duringthe' next two yearn Leo 202. Mr. Norman was 011'on' the Wiggins propertywas
of $151,249.05.: ) but .that
will be for of the Qelger's men Tuesday with alx pints of ripe made approximately two
that the store open for"children god young people Maximum allowed strength *I To date, Coach
f Includes the $52,054.00 inspection. Souvenirs will be under the supervision. of a'full local unit Is 67 enlisted men and have won tour, lost three and fruit and states ,that unless a years ago A similar survey is
to purchase and will also freeze Interferes he and, other currently being made 'at other '
given away and awards time director four officers. 4' tied one a pretty acceptable
Nor; which normally would be made of a Mlxmaster, a Park All in ra who would like' to become showing in a schedule which l In; growers will be harvesting berries locations of this area 'by the Sun IP
ten Branch
profit The Plant was Goldhead the crate within
avweek Oil ,
toaster and an electric Iron. Lake members of the Starke unit addition to St. Leo I
the top Income producer and Keystone Heights Klngsley enlistment team of the ,, calibre of Palatka,, or so. Veedol, a Tidewater product. Is
the obtain
for openingare papers
N 1122,91839 last ..year.Nn Preparations by BillSterman and Hampton Beach were' namedby from1 may' Sgt W. C. Rhoden ,who issn : Bolles,' St. Augustine and Gaines Although Mr. Norman led the sold in Florida and the company's

other than plant earn- being' supervised representativeof Vern Cherry as the local resorts duty' at the armory each day vale A total of 109 points were way with the first pint others Tydol gasoline ..) well-known to
Motalled $ll .ei7.96. and In- Firestone affording summertime opportunities scored against Bunnell and New were not far behind.,, Robert A, motorists of western states
8 to 0 (except
from m.
a. m. p.
Jacksonville. for swimming, boating
P collected taxes' $21,159.93, who lives the Dar
Saturdays 8 a. m. to 12 noon),,,., terry!" Anderson on ...
North Temple Of these It was
W $13,043.50 fines and bonds The new store, at and picnIcs. Lelterman place northeast of

F-54. and numerous! smallerlike avenue, will offer electric ranges, noted that only Hampton Beach Named Starke, and Perry Newiom ofIfellbronc Circuit Court : /'

permits timber sold, washing machines radios and Is located in Bradford County,, Turkology Contest Anderson both brought pints of Ends Brief Term ,:

fees and< ** miscellaneous smaller electrical appliances and that not one is easily, available Starts TodayAttention SuperintendentOf fruit to town Saturday.L. a ,
',Expenditures other than Firestone tires and tubes outboard to the many children who
Light Plant C Robinson, a 18-year-old 1 All cases brought 'before the
Hems, totalled $117,070.91 motors, fishing tackle, lack transportation.t'e of our readers is berry grower of Hellbronn, ex.hlblted fall term, of Circuit Court were j,

[Police\ and Fire Departments, football and baseball equipment, Facilities within the. town, a* called to the Telegraph's annual The appointment of J. L. (Sam) a fine pint of ripe fruit disposed of last week, with the ;

salaries and expenses, inroad luggage, Christmas toys and automotive described by Steve Weldon, and Turkology "Contest which is presented Anderson as superintendent ol Tuesday and Oscar Wright, colored majority resulting in ..treatmentof '

'tt, and bridge expense accessories. Misses Frances Taylor. Mildred In the second section of the City Light and Water Plant farmer also brought a pintof bond. or referral to the ahsentee '

tributlon. Edwards, Marian Brown, Doro- this issue. was approved Tuesday by the berries to town that day. docket t i

went of Indebtedness and Rites SaturdayFor thy Johns, Mary Weldon and This contest affords a great City Council. It Is expected that I ,The case. of Corln Butler +

during the year amounted Pauline Brannen, Include seasonal amount of fun for our subscribers the appointee's acceptance of the Scouts Attend charged with second degree mur
| 670.00, and cleared the I. N. CrewsI. football and basketball at the !each year and helps to acquaint position will be received by the Jar in the death of James Butleron
entirely of the old bonded high school, such occasional of Starke's November District RallyAt
Crews, resident of them with the names Board of Bond Trustees Jun. 29, was not pressed
-wtoesa contracted In' 1916 Newton events as the horse races recently firms. duties to become effective
27 died leading bueLw> 27, with WorthingtonAn owing to lack of sufficient evidence
the past years
itreeta Bell for the American
and by December
which sponsored
sewers Thursday Novem- This year, a* la the past two approximately to convict. j
msting the city six percent at his home on member of the Legion the city's three theaters, fine turkeys will be presented to 19.: exciting and entertaining' William Carlton pleaded guiltyto
He was a I '
tt 14. Service
ber Church.He the Episcopal Church the first contestants to turn in The city's taxIcab Issue, which trip to Worthington Spring was the charge of breaking and \

Missionary Baptist his wife, Center, the Methodist Bible Story the correct ''or nearest correct had arisen with the applicationfor enjoyed by eleven members of entering, and was sentenced to "

uty Of America is survived by hour, the school's handicraft solution to the Turkology puzzler, renewal of permits by A. E. Starke's Boy Scout Troop 70 one year at the State Penitenti
Mrs. I. N. Crews; two daughters and clans and the BHS Auditorium Turn to the second section and McKinney Broward Akrldge and' Monday night. Instead of hold- I ary. Willie Newsnme, on pleading I ,:

wnAt' Rotary Miss Clara Crews, of Bell, High building (formerly the USO), try your wits at this fascinating : Clayton Strickland, was given a Ing the regular' Monday nlcht : guilty to the charge of operating r "

Mrs. Lucille Bruce of I Each of these while asserted to thorough hearing during the meeting in the local Armory the a lottery was given the alter :;
and pastime. I a
rice the Beautiful", a Springs; two sons Raymond, be collectively helpful In providing council meeting. The finding ofa Scouts accompanied by Scoutmaster native of a $100 line or 94 days

lor dIm showing high- Stafford, both of Starke; and one diversion for the City's youth, m committee composed of P L. E. T. Shull, attended the at hard labor. The fine was paid.

'i lICenlc beauty throughout brother, Lewis I, Crews, of Bell. were not believed to be adequate, Long Potatoes Bridges, J. M. Smith and Clayton monthly Court of Honor meetingof Ezra Bagwell pleaded guilty to I

halted states was shown at Funeral services were held at according to the civic standards Grown At Lawtey 'Strickland held that the present the New River District Bqy transporting property for compensation f 4

Rotary club Wednesday 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon in presented by Miss, Lou Edward I taxi service within the city, provided Scouts of America at Worthing without a certificate of : +

b arrangements made by the Wayfare Primitive Baptist at the outset of the foruna. Marlon D. Carter, who recently : by one company, III ade public convenience and necessity '

Rev. VV, j. churchwell. Church, with the Rev. I. L. Bar- The existing recreational picture sold his farm near Lawtey and quate. The committee based Its ton.The conclave was held at Sar- and was fined 125: and coats

of the club' Interna- ber officiating. Pall bearers were members of the group said, moved to Lake Worth to make reports on contacts with a representative dls Church, and there were no The case of Randall Newsome, ,
Servtce Committee Amos Polk V. B. Osteen Prather have the following basic short his home near his son-in-law and group of citizens, local promotion. made during the In a charge of unlawful carnal : ', '

I lii?! preliminary remarks Mr. Bruce W. R. Hines. J. M., Oay. comings: daughter, Mr. and )(rII. K. W made to determine public opinionon Court session although six Scouts Intercourse with an unmarried I ;,

wl eU stated that the film and J. H. Miller.interment 1) Inadequate supervision. A Parks, was back In Bradford( the matter. from other Troop. were awarded female adult under 18 years of ./

IT* exhibited In the colored was in the church 1 1I tralnea director, employed year- County this week. "I came backto Argument favoring the Strick advancements. During the meeting age, was passed, as the defendant "i

earlier in the morning, under the direction of round U needed to provide a coordinated die my potatoes" Mr Carter land application was presented byS. which lasted from 4 until had not been brought Into cus

k Called attention of the I cemetery Home, Lake City.. and reliable program said. And what potatoes! I. T. Dell. -Jr.. Gainesville at 7:3O: P. M.. the Scouts played Impromptu tody. s
|* Wilson Funeral I i which will Insure the proper Judging by the three samples torney. MeKlnney. operator; of football games, attended James Butler, (not to be confused

of overcrowding and bead i facilities for distinct age groups. he brought to the Telegraph office the present company, was represented the Court and enjoyed delicious with deceased James nutler j

joi witnessed there.' ,H. Fuller Warren 2) Competitive play in sportsare Wednesday, well bet that the by Joe Hill Williams of refreshments of barbecued pork In the trial of Corrlne Butler) t

Rotarians to take Be SpeakerAt largely restricted! to the rel- East Coast never saw sweet potatoes Lake Botl r.rollowuit. and beef, salad, and Coca-Culas. was charged with assault with ,
In a greaterthe Will atively small numbers who qualify I like that! One was 24 Inches the lengthy dlacu Troop 70 will hold its regular the Intent to murder. Butler was f

welfare of our F.F.A. BanquetFuller for school teams. Absence of I long and weighed three and .Yon. On Council voted to abide meeting next Monday night in not In custody and the ease was

$Population, stating that Jack- organized baseball and bowling a half pounds, another was IS jy the original city ordinance, the Armory: beginning at 7:30 placed In the absentee docket. I
would result from prominent of only Bond estreaUnenU on charge r
eonditlon. Warren, address leagues and tennis courts were: aches long, and a third was 12inch. permitting the operation o'clock. l
attorney, will their Indicated as a factor in the ... Total weight of .the one company The councilmen ThOM making the trip to WorthIneton of transporting property for compensation !
menders of the local FFA at also for encouragement of athletics three was 9 3-, Ibs. said the decision will hold until were Dan Priest, Harry without a certificate r
BanInet need
Drive Reaches third annual Parent and Son 13. in the summer. Carter states that he and an Increased demand for tad Metzer, Arthur Winkler, Lloyd were as follows: Ben flower
scheduled for December Mr. service is apparent. rider, Doyle Manning, Ronald In the amount of 1100: James
with with
Over 300 FFA bOys, their parents 3)) Lack of a playground Mrs. Carter are pleased the Andrew, Don Humble, Edward Manning $100; Henry C. Ttary.
and other equIp- home and enjoy
*. and other guests at- slides swings their new Shull Harold Lennon, Delano $too.
H. Oaborne, chairman of the the younger children. balmy climate but he still thinks Singing ConventionThe \ '
the banquet. one ment Thomas, T. B. Harding. Jr., and A 13OO bond estreatment was
meat tend soil Is far
'tkord U30 fund drive featured events of the FutureSuperintendent 4) Need for a swimming pool that Bradford County found in Southland Harmony Quar- Scoutmaster go. T. Hhull whose seen, In the absence of Anne Chan- I
County. states that winter calendar- Officials for children who have no transportation superior to anything of Station WRUF. CainesvtUe automobile was used for trans- Her charged with operating a f flottery.
tely Onth1r of the Farmers' thst invitation. -I to visit commercial that part of the state. Ut
IfcMA said ,or funds featured at the and a J.3OO: estreatmentIn
the group be
\\ttt quote has been raised Qf. WOUld 'be' extended to lake resorts. "I don't see how those fellows Bradford, will Singing Convention portation.T.. B. Harding. Jr? Scribe. 1 the ease of Joe Preston also I,
b supervision and down there make any money, bent on a lottery charge. ;
N a t I Lack of both November 24.The -
lle ColinEngtata 5)
CommJssloner Sunday
C1' the chairman is pleas- facilities for organized parties farming." be commented. "They: general public Is Invitedto T. N. lUndrlcle. was called W. P. Nichols, charged with ,

the COCperation received FFA efffcers and agriEulture have to use so much fertilizer to the two-hour program, Clover. S. C.. Tuesday night: desertion and non-support,. was :
LS the urges all worker Ilsb, State of neighboring and games.A the seniors make anything grow It must be attend at 2:30: p. m., at the ::ause of the death of his ... b.-I not in custody,and UM case was
teachers program
[t?* their' efforts fa the ; preferred should be financed awfully expensive to make a beginning Methodist Church. Miss Llllle Kendrick. placed In the absentee docket.GS .
believed Lawtey
lvV days om that the quota countle. local FAA pl".ident. crop."
the City.
l q Johns by
ftache4 Elmer primarily
before the dead- tea stmaster.
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. . . . . . H. N. Allen, all of Charlotte, and children,. Jane and Henry, a glamorous -

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Graham N.C.Mr. I and Mrs. A. M. Rlcharde' visited (Miss Massey)night h. finds club

State Farm and Mrs. W. O. Engram relatives in Jacksonville Friday difficulties Involving (
Established 1S7T an I
entertained at mid-day dinner Hon
By Mrs. John McKInney By Mrs. Bryan WhUfleM night and Saturday. Their visit. which his daughter
E.: I* Matthews __________ Editor and Owner . . '. . last Thursday Rev. and Mrs NI- at this time "was arranged 00 Powell) has for the
. . . haul and Mrs. Leona Kennedy of elderly Iturbl. rt',

I"abUabeII'Weekl7'.FrldAy. and Entered a. Second ClaN Matterat.ths.P :Mr. and Mrs. John McKInney SCOUTS ENJOY BARBECUE Lake Butler and their guests,, that Jane and Henry could at ,Reddy McDowell ,

.at Office at Starke Florida. and children attended church at Ralford Boy Scout Troop 104 Rev. and Mrs Huggins of Reids- tend Santa the Claus circus ana his KMO greet to I' etar, pay! the rlal"j part

Sampson Sunday and were dinner sponsored by the Baptist Church vllle, Ga. upon entry young man spurned In his
guests of Mr. McKlnney'a enjoyed a barbecue given by the Mr and Mrs. J. E. Chambers that city. I love advance toward
sister, Mrs. Jack Wynn. Sardla Baptist Church of Worth- I, returned Sunday from Macon, M. E. Grtner and Major Griner e11 Mia
Soil? I
Oil In The spent last weekend with Mr.. and
:Mr. and Mrs. R. Hines movedto Ington Springs Monday night November Ga., where they had been calledon
Mrs. Martin Relnau in Palatka
in Hampton Lake Saturday 18th, at the regular meet- account of the serious Illness I L _
And now there's a new topic of Frank Cahoon of Homesteadcame
ing of the Court of Honor. The of Mr. Chambers' brother, Gus i
Mrs. Edward Broughton and
Bradford for oil at New Tuesday of last week to
following boys in Troop 104 advanced Chambers. Friends hope for Improvement
in daughter, Mrs. Katie Mann at visit Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Grlner rExpert
Tidewater Oil Is moving
River I Yes, the Company from Tenderfoot Scouts to In his condition. Mr.
tended church at
its from Louisiana this week<< and will begin Sunday Sampson. for about ten daya.
equipment Second Class Scouts: Charles and Mrs. Chambers were accompanied -
explorations: at a site near the New River school. Mr. and Mra. P. O. Starling Spooner, Laverne Spooner, John home by Mrs. Jessie McDowell Mrs. J. R. Kite entertained the
State Farm Club
William Carter, Marvin Pritchett, of Cordele, Ga., who is Bridge at .her
Although this activity has naturally created a lot were in Alachua on business one Starke home last Thursday aft-
of 'speculation and wishful thinking there is no cause day last week. and Sullivan Bloods worth. now their visitor. ernoon. l

yet for undue excitement on the part of anyone. Drilling Kate Morgan was having her COMMUNITY CLUB MEETINGA Mrs. Bob Barkley and little

for oil is a kind of "trial and error" propositionand house repaired last week.D. daughter. Margo of Poughkeep-
motif In
festive, holiday was 'Holiday Mexico'Is
D. Johnson was In Live Oak ale, N. Y., arrived Sunday to visit
there are many more disappointments than there captured with arrangements of W. G.
on business last week. Mr. and Mrs. Stringfellow. Festive Film
are productive oil wells. Mr. and :Mrs. Bille Wise of specimen chrysanthemums and M. D. Carter of Lake Worth was

However, it doesn't hurt to meditate a bit on the Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. poinsettia for the meeting of the also the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Booked At Florida

pleasant prospects. Bradford soil has been yielding William Dushloper of Green Cove Community Club Tuesday after- Stringfellow during the weekend.
of last week. Mrs. P. D. "Holiday In Mexico", rated
gold from its surface for many years in the form of Springs were guests of Mr. and noon Among those who attended the by Bicy
Fancher, President, presided over leading critics as outstanding a- <
fruits, vegetables, and timber. It would be marvelous, Mrs N. J.. Davis Sunday.Mr. circus in Jacksonville last week-
the business session while Mrs. mong current musicals, will be Repair
indeed if it be discovered that there is and Mrs. Herbert Howard end were Mr. and Mrs. W. N.
J. C. Wallace and Mrs. C. shown at the Florida theatre No-
Mrs Mary Frances Cain' and North and lon Billy\ and Mr.
other source of gold-liquid gold-beneath the surface Turney, aa hostesses, were In vember 2426. Starring the pop- Whether It's a major
baby, and Edison Howard of and Mrs. H. O. Bates and daugh-
Moultrle Ga. charge of the social hour. Their ular Walter Pidgeon,'with talented tion or the mere tight,
and Mr. and Mrs. ters, Nancy and Barbara.
John refreshments consisted of ginger- support from concert pianist you can be Sur
Jones of Babden, N. C.are
A letter recently published by Time Magazine guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. bread with coffee. ville Mrs./ John Wednesday Turney of and Jackson-Thursday Jose Iturbl, Roddy McDowell, bicycle careful will receive prom
from of its spent Jane Powell, Ilona Massey and attention here
one readers well
so expresses an opinion Young.Mr. A high-school group of Farm of last week with Mr. and
long.held by the Telegraph that we wish to reproduceit and Mrs. H. M. Wasdln and boys and girls enjoyed an impromptu Mrs. C. M. Turney. She and her the technicolor Xavier Cugat film offera orchestra Mexico, the BIGGS & BA

herewith: son Julian were visiting'In Jacksonville dance at the Community little daughter, Mary Carol, were City aa its locale. -

"In this day and age when churches are pleading, Mr. and Sunday.Mrs. B. B. Building Monday night. Howard accompanied home by Mrs. Tur Pidgeon is described as carry-I BICYCLE STOR
Byington and Marlon Manning of Starke Sr., who was their guest un-
understandably for return to ney his
a religious faith and and family have recently movedto Reddish of Ing romantic assignmentwith 125 W. Call St. start
and Miss
prayer as the only means of uniting for world peace,J Live i i Oak. We hated to see Hellbronn Margaret were out-of- til Saturday. and Mrs.T. customary aplomb. As an'I
Springs Mrs. M. D. Young
keep wondering why our educational institutions them American ambassador in love with
,move away.Theressa town guests and Mrs. J. C. Cald- T. Flllyaw were in Lake Butler .
haven't taken steps in this direction. It seems to me well was chaperon.Mr. Monday as guests of Mr. and -
that . . . .
we have been neglecting an important part of our and Mrs. William Wilson of Mrs. W. E. Flllyaw. EFFICIENTThis I

education."Is New' Orleans, La., were supper Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox spent

there not some way to work out a program for guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. the past weekend with :Mrs. V. M. funeral home is dedicated to reliable

our schools which would teach this history of religiona By Eva Mae Trlest Williams Wednesday. Mr. Wilson Cox in Montverde. An enjoyable .service. There 'an nb\b'oundary\,
. . . .
was. formerly pastor of the Ral affair during stay was a
not lines
only analyzing the Bible, to the territory'we
and this Cox reunion on Sunday at always!
but ford Baptist Church on family
inviting intelligent discussion on all things theological Mrs. A. I_
spent the of their hostess. ready to serve.
occasion a number of his friends the home
? We have for so many years simply accepted weekend in Lake Wales .visiting
gathered for prayer meeting at Mr. and Mrs. H. M. ,
whatever beliefs our parents held, that most of us have relatives. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- *
ceased to think for ourselves. Bobby Hall of Starke was the llama. Those present enjoyed
"Most of believe guest of relatives here Sunday. furnished Mr. and Mrs. DONUTS ROLLS .<(.
us in Christ, but very few of us music by DEWITT
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Elland of C. JONES
see Him clearly because our knowledge is shrouded in Hampton were Fleming Tompkins who sang and PIES & CAKES
Sunday night played a guitar and accordion. AMBULANCE SERVICE
mysticism and
superstition. How many of our young guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. None are better
people shrug,off the entire subject of religion simply Triest and family. Miss Beatrice Clemmons and Funeral Director

because they" have had no opportunity for clear think- I Joe Gilmore of Dade City was Mrs. Maxine Brown of Jacksonville than STARKE PHONE T

ing along these lines. If we could but once separate visiting friends here Sunday. were overnight guests of Mr.

the dogma of worship from the necessary basic under Ernest Trlest was a business and Mrs. M. D. Young Monday. Our local Funeral home enables us to
of visitor to Gainesville Friday. Mrs. J. W. Woodward returned Lappe.Bakerymakes offer conveniences services
standing the origins and growth of religion I believe and not
Mrs. R. M. home Saturday from Palatka
most people would spending otherwise available.We .
begin thinking about it
as a part this week in Jacksonville with where she had visited Mr. and
of their own lives. relatives.Mrs. 1<1'1'.. Bard Gale since Wednes- I
CAKES MADE TO ORDER furnish the highest type service at the lowest prlci
"We speak anxiously of defining more clearly our S. R. Swindell and sons day. accept ANY life insurance
diplomatic foreign policy abroad. How about a clear- Willis and Walter, of Green Cove Mr.: and Mrs. N. C. Slade of policy force. Issued by AJH::
parry as in
payment part In full
or funeral.
on a Consul
definition, through intelligent study of our own policies Springs, have moved to this Jacksonville were dinner guests carries
no obligation.
on religion?". community again. We all wel of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Whitfield
come them back. at noon Sunday. CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION
This Truman Dickinson and sister During the past week Mr. and
reader of Time has hit upon a basic weak- Mrs. Bill Garrett of Green Cove Mrs. R. H. Cox had aa visitors

ness of our educational system. If religion, as few i if : Springs spent the weekend herewith their relatives, Mrs. W. K. GardI -

&nyu will deny, is the most important thing in the : their mother Mrs. Delancy' nero 'Mrs. B. E. Smith and Mrs. C iQ54
world why should knowledge I
of it be left entirely to Dickinson. R

well-intentioned but often haphazard presentation i in W., S. Slbley' attended services IS YOUR LIVEK withagpocTBook
the one.hour one day a week" church schools? The at the Starke' Methodist Church

instruction'' received there is invaluable but Sunday.Mr. .
it should
.' and Mrs. Fred CRYING FOR: HELP
be augmented by non-sectarian course in the schools Inez Neel and Mason :
such outlined Thomas TrIed
as above. Otherwise, many young students were visiting in Jacksonville Sun because of constipation! or faulty digestion
,- ,who do not attend church schools I 1 sour
at all, will day.. bloated*" thy headaaehy' blue,
t. receive no religious .
instruction whatsoever. Mrs. Lydia Hall of Hampton crouch/ you'may b*putting too-big
: our leaders spending several a burden on:your liver.:Retained undigested
WleS! educational shrug.their shoulders -days here with food becomes putrefactive,
blandly; Proclaim that religion is a subject that her daughter Mrs.' Delancy DickInson cause 'toxins", which overload the t
should not be "tampered ,with" in the and family., Uwr, keening.it from working prop
proclaim schools they Irle Sibley of Deland is visiting rljrtThito the Urn to relieve jour:
a defeatist philosophy in the face! of an all- tired liver by letting Calotabs help .
brother, E. S.
important need. Sibley, and nature sweep the putrefactive. A .
family this week. partially Ugeste4l matter from your PHARMACIST
... The community has enjoyed the stomach and intestines. Nothing acts p1 ea0
just like old Calotabs.
week of revival meetings held at rected loo and 29o at your drugs ti Phone 64 STARKE
More the Salvation Army Camp, and

MUse WRITE TIMBER Pulpwood DBPT. we hearing have. some had pie very privilege"interestingspeakers. of rake CALOTABS-Dn-the-Minlt Service All.*rr..r.,rs?___ ft,Ata_.cr.w ac.a..n e.ra

Container Corp'n. of America. Fernandlna.. Fla. The Baptist Church urges 1 ,. Ji
everyone to attend Sunday School

each Sunday morning at 10 o'
clock and BTU each Sunday nightat
Have You
6:30: o'clock. Preaching services -

The Great Painting are held every fourth Sun- i Jc .

Christian Church holds Join in.

"The FEAST of BELSHAZZAR" prayer meeting services each .

Wednesday night and conducts 1- r

On Display for The PublicAt preaching services every first and I'
aecond Sunday night in each : have

The all month.services.The public is Invited to I a Coke.

The Salvation Army Camps .
: TABERNACLE holds Sunday School each Sunday ,

afternoon at 3 o'clock, prayer ifri

-'"' meeting and women's meeting
MM I B .
each Tuesday night, and young
Electric Heaters people's play night on Saturdays. 1 \i'" iJ '.
9;95 Everyone Is invited. .'

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to persons Involved they

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Fair Supply of
bad news when the persons

". In 90 lb., 63 lb., & 13 lb., Wts. involved have no Automobile

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ratified Public Accountants Carefully Examined Your City's Financial EXHIBIT "B" I'j,

cture On September 30th, Which Was The End of The City Fiscal CITY OP STARKE. FLORIDA ',:

Cash on Hand | 171.20

.4PURVIS, GRAY AND POWERS Cash In Florida Bank at Starke 984 05 $ 1.155.23 .::1;


Miller Building Current Taxes-Schedule "3" 21864.19 ,h
w. Gray, C. P. A.ul .
Less: Discounts
Gainesville, Florida Allowed 678.26 \
JIIaOIJ Refund on Over-Collection 15.00 694.26 "

p. Powers, o. P. A. October 17, 1916 ..''1
Net Cash Collections 21,160.93'' I

Tax Collections, 1939-44 Tax Rolls-Schedule "4" 1105.80 I
i,Members of the City Council Tax Collection.* Year Prior to 1939 "f.1 92.65

:tr of Starke, Florida n- Occupational Licenses + 5,03.60 ,, \

e,, Florida Building Permits 174.00 ',;
. Electrical and Plumbing Permits 375.0O
illemeii: Sewer Taps and Fees 179.50 \4I I:I,

We !Dave examined the records of caah receipts and disbursements of the City of Starke, Florida for the Fines and Bonds 4798.50 I'i

nod beginning October 1, 1945, and ending September 30, 1946. Paving Assessments 200.40 i 'I
The current assets and Investments, the bonded Indebtedness and the liabilities arising on service deposits, Permits for Moving Houses 1.350.00 f'
i fixed asset acquisitions were determined. Insofar as was possible, from the records available.A Mowing Receipts 302.42:
summary of cash receipts, disbursements, and balances for all funds Is shown on Exhibit "A" of this Road and Bridge Tax 3.305.54
rt The ending cash balances were determined by actual count of the cash on hand and by direct con- Pound FeesAdvertising 51.60 t t t
utlon from the depository of the cash In the bank. Schedules "1" shows the amount of cash on hand and Coats Collected 29.17 ,H
i reconciliation of the bank statements by funds. Transfers from Board of Bond Trustees-Water and Electric Fund 34500.00 I"

Exhibit "B" Is -a' statement of,cash receipts, disbursements and balances of the general city fund for the U. S. war Bonds Redeemed: Cost 4218000. :.:;, .
dt t period. The cash receipts as shown by the records, were verified by addition of the cash receipt books Interest 291.00 \:. 42471.00 '"
the various classifications of Income for the audit period. There was $1.00 cash unaccounted for, as shown .""" -.
Exhibit "B". Cash disbursements were audited by test checking the canceled checks to the check record Timber SoldMiscellaneous 1,230.00 -
I tie totals of the check record were checked against the analysis of disbursements. Schedule "B-1" is an Receipts -' ., 61:00 ;;
lysilof the major Items of disbursement for the general city fund. Prior Year's Check Voided V 1; ''. 65.89
The tax rolls for the years) 1939 through 1943 were checked In detail. Schedule "3" shows a summary of Cash Unaccounted For 1.00

194$ tax roll, which reflects uncollected 1945 taxes of $181.77. A summary of the tax rolls for the years
I through 1944 Is shown on Schedule "4" and reflects uncollected taxes of 1294961. Collections of taxes Total Receipts-To Exhibit "A"y{ e 116,617.56:

years prior to 1939 are shown on Exhibit "B" as a separate Item.
Exhibit "C" shows the cash receipts, disbursements, and balances of the Board of Bond TrusteesWaterElectric DISBURSEMENTS: 117,772.81
J Fund for the audit period. The cash receipts are classified as to source, but we did not verify General
records by adding the'cash receipts on the various classifications of Income. The cash disbursements were Road .and City Bridge Operating Expense--Schedule "B-l" ,'.f, 30010.14
died by test checking the canceled checks to the check record and comparing the totals with the summary Operating Expense-Schedule "B-l" 19,579.17Retirement ,
of Sewer
and Bonds ,
rtibutions: of the disbursements. Cash In the amount of $10.32 Is shown as cash overage. Schedule "Cl"u Interest Sewer 42000.00
on and Paving Bonds 1260.00
analysis of the major items) of disbursements. Retirement of Water and Sewer Revenue Certificate No. 3 1000.00 i i. ,
During the year, United States War Bonds (Series FI), costing $42,180.00, were redeemed. Cash In amount Interest on Water and Sewer Revenue Certificates 1,410.00 t+1 I
M247100 was received on these bonds, as shown on Exhibit "B". Schedule "2" of this report shows that Bond Trustee' 4 2.l\O'\ "i
ItCltyof Starke has remaining War Bonds of $17,020.00, with a maturity value of 2300000. These Bonds Payment on Garage and Storage Building 4,693.30 ';
p Inspected by us and are kept In a safety deposit box In the Florida Bank at Starke.The Cost of Sidewalks 1,600.15 /t
following summary is presented of current assets of the City of Starke by funds as of September l' Post-war Project Planning Expense' ,000.00 '

11M6: Refunds-Permits! for Moving Houses 300.00 ';J
Equipment Purchased-Fire Department 8078.00 ;
Equipment Purchased .' )
-Street & Bridge Department 8,136.58 ,1
Bank Sch. "1" $ 701.00
Cash on Hand and In 181.77 Right-of-way and Water Tank Site 200.00

1945 1939-43 Taxes Taxes Uncollected-Sch.Uncollected-Sch."3""4" 12,94961 .' Contributions for Health Education, and Civic Purposes Schedule "B-l" 2,849.01. J

e $ 13833.28 Total Disbursements Exhibit "A" 117070.91

Total-4.; .' .. CASH BALANCE, SEPTEMBER: 30, 1946-SCHEDULE "I"'I I I ? ,.; 701.90


Cash on Hand and ImBack.-Sclfc'''2'1> j $ 16.530.axL' i, '. -', M."w. :.,.' '1"; TICIIEBU1.R. n-IM

Jnve.tmenta-Scb.. '.'2" /.it- 17,020.00*'-' HrfV:(" CITY OF STAR KK, FLORIDA t .1 ..
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.. r OCTOBER 1, 1143, TO SEPTEMBER 80, 1946
47.881.09 .. .
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current consist of utility deposits as of September 30, 1M8, In the Police Department-Salaries
The liabilities of the City of Starke S 11,492.01
addition of deposits as shown by the Individual account Police Department : Expense
tof, 688200. The amount was determined by I 1518.89
,,pro ". Fire Dep"rtment-Balarhl' ,6.794.02:
/'yments fixed asset acquisitions during the 1945-48 audit period, Jfor which co tract, Fire Department-AMlHcMhtneous Expense 1.371.34
were completed on Office Salaries '
were as follows: now a > unit. $ 3.830.00
let, during the, 1944-45 audit period. These payments
4695.89 Office-Miscellaneous I
and storage building Expense
the unit, J5738.50; and a garage 2400.39
ng and remodeling of housing for and SewerCerttflcatel' Other Miscellaneous
of Water Expense
consisting 539.76
ins Is 46000.00,
of September
outstanding bonded indebtedness, as
Street Paving, $16,000.00; and Sewer, Insurance 2,063.73 j
'- On Janual'ytl, 1946. the city retired two issues: details ;
due. The
I 1946, when It became
retired in July .
No. was
,00. Watel'j End Sewel'- Certificate Total-To Exhibit' '
I "5". $ 30,010.14ROAD
l tater and Sewer' Revenue Certificates are shown on Schedule "B"F
distribution of Income and ex'All -
and In
Huch.lmproVment.ls reflected in the accuracy of cash AND BRIDGE '
The current assets and ltawutte are OPERATING EXPENSE '
assets and liabilities should be recorded In a general ledger. Street and Garbage-Salaries $ 12.88<<1,5"1
competent appraiser. ,
well established, and ,the fixed assets could be Inventoried by a Street and Garbage-Miscellaneous Expense *. 3,322.98

Respectfully submitted, a t Bridge Watchman 1,45815 '.
.....' PURVIS GRAY AND POWERS Street Repairs ,:... ,1.tI8.l'10 I
) Roy L. Purvis ,- -- .
Total-To Exhibit: "B"CONTRIBUTIONS f 19.570.17' ;

Utilities Donated to Defense Council 945.83 ,
CITY OF STJ\RK.. FLORIO.\ On Librarian's Salary 300.0O
BOARD OF BOND TRU'STEF.S-W.\TElt AND ELECTRIC: FEND ., e Labor Day Celebration 317.00
SCHEDULE: OF DISBCILSEIIEYTS: : -I I 1 '- Bradford Health Clinic 1000.00
OCTOBER', 19I5, TO SEPTEMBER 30, 1916 .t "* 0 uChrlntian< Seals 300
,,.' Jf; Episcopal Church U.S.O. 175: .OO I
ELECTRIC PLANT $ 8.833.95 1J.t: Recreational Salaries and Equipment 109.68/ j

Salaries :I. 42.88 i, ..1.H''j'! '
Power t 10.422.03' ffa"! ,; Total-To Exhibit "B" $ 2,849.01
;' .
Fuel ,
oil 2.310.08 -It I

Repairs, Parts, and Supplies 1753.54 EXHIBIT "C"
Lubricating Oil 98.40 TTY OF STAR HE. FLORIDA

$ 30,890.14 OCTOBER I, 1919 TO SEPTEMBER 80, 1946 ..- '
Total-To ----" 1

ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTION $ 8173.50 Cash on Hand $ 93.49
Cash in Florida Bank at Starke I iRECEIPTS
Claries 22663 4476782: $ .44,861.31

!tage and Office Supplies 184.42
freight 821.03 Water Electricity :,. ,92.807.n j

*WM* Oils, and Repairs-Trucks 6019.11 Service Deposits 20700.27 7,375.00Delinquent Ii

Materials Collections for Electricity and Water 106.05
$ 19.424.69: ,
Supplies J' 263.79Reconnecting ,
Total-To Exhibit "C" and Transfer Charge.'I' _' .' it" 19.00
DEPARTMENT Sale of Diesel Unit :/ f 1,55000
WATER AND SEWER 6.752.14 Prior Year's Check Voided Y', ''" 00.OORedeposlt i,;

Claries ,. '. 1,596.12kaierlals 247.26 of Returned Checks \ > 36.38 {1
and Supplies Cash Overage > 10.32
ilcellaneous ; 0':' ,"I
< 8.595.52; r
Total Receipts-To Exhibit "A" 122.918.53:
Total-To Exhibit""C" ,**<\, --.1 I

TOTAL CASH AVAILABLE: : $ 167,779.86 J

FLORIIOtTST.NDI \ Electric Plant-Schedule "C-l" 1c'I s :30,800.14 ,
CITY of STAR KE. ? pi Electric Distribution-Schedule "C-l" 15,42469
: O ISDEBTEDNESS Water and Sewer Department. -Schedule "C-l" 8.1595.52 t
SEPTEMBER SO, 1946 Service Deposit Refund 8,062.00
h "* Utility Tax 1,826.70

rta AND SEWER REVENUE CERTIFICATES 7-1-43' Transfers to City Treasurer '.. 34,50000 ;
Dale 3 p. c.ittereat ..',( .
of Issue Payment on New Unit > 46,318.00Payment
71.46 "* '
Rats on New Building 3,736,150 .

lttereat Paid to' Refund on Lights ";.'f\. 59.12 ,
TIES: 2,000.00r Returned Checks ..j.f 36.38
through 1948, 1000.00 annually .
through 1963, 2000.00 annually 9000.00 1.000.00 Total Disbursements Exhibit "A" 131,249: ,

=: through 1968 3000.00 annually .
-, $ 46,00000 CASH BALANCE, SEPTEMBER 30, 1946-SCHEDUL E "1' I 18, 30 81 1

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SOCIETY Woman's Club Hears Birthday Party Room Representatives. "Patricia l nce and Joan address Griffith ia, unknown wJioee rell : -, real Wltne.s at Starke my hand al", 'r
I and CLUBSMrs. _
Friday night Is regularly "op- You are required to appear on: ember 29, 1946.OFFICIAL II. j
Student DiscussionA For Sharon HallMrs. en house" and while dancing is December 21, 1948, In the above ( SEAL) A. J
and whereinplaintiff
named Court cause of eald 'rhn 1
the main attraction, others prefer seeks divorce, Bradford Chas.lef. U..... COurt.
thorough discussion of the Shellle' Hall entertainedat sets are County Telegraph shall publish this I in*. Jacksonville 204-06 Realq' Ht
Ping-pong ,
HostessComplimenting WSCS Makes Plans games. 10')8) ,
Grady of her home Thursday evening of Order In next four weekly I...lie.. Pit. attY4.I
present shortcomings recrea- already in the building but other 11-2 It
last week In honor of her daughter -
Neice For Xmas
PartyThe whois
tional facilities In the communitywas games are needed. Anyone .--J
Sharon, whose seventeenth
heard members of the interested In helping to fur-
Miss Jean Irwin of Fort Mon- monthly business meetingof by birthday anniversary was on that of
ther well-rounded
a program
Woman's Club at their regular
mouth, New Jersey, guest of Mrs the WSCS of the Methodist date.Mrs. recreation either by donating BUY NOW

Thomas Grady; Mrs. Emmett Church was held Monday after meeting Wednesday afternoon of Hall and Sharon! greetedthe games or time Is requested to
last week. Mrs ,T. H. Osborne, guests on the large lawn
communicate with Mrs. Ruby
Raney of Freeman. Virginia, who noon at the church. Mrs. W E.
chairman of the club's) Youth where the party was held. Crepe Johns, Chairman of the PTA While. Stocks are Fairly Complete
Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Middleton, president, opened the Conservation committee presenteda paper vart-colored lights balloons Recreation Committee.

Mrs. Floyd Green; and Mrs. Frank meeting with prayer. Following:' panel discussion by high school and other, decorations In

Crowder of Durham, North Caro- the regular report, plans were student on the topic: "Do the red and green added gaiety to Green HonoreeAt

lina, guest of Miss Madge Whig- completed for the Christmas recreation facilities of our com- the scene which was lighted bya ''I Judy SHICK INJECTOR RAZORIn

ham: were honor guests when I party to be given on December munity measure up to the- civicideals huge bon fire. Theatre Party Holiday Gift Package
Numerous were enjoyedby ;
? The was in games
Miss Frances Peek entertainedthe program
Tuesday Night Bridge .Club 9, 3 p. m., at the home of Mra Charge of Mrs., I. N. Breazeale, the young folk and in the Judy Green was eleven years 1.75 Value for 1.25

this week. A. Z. Adkins with Mrs E. K. chairman of the American CItizen- cake: walk contest Janet Ander- old Thursday, Nov. 14, and to

Four tables for bridge were Ferryman, Mrs. Middleton and ship department.Also son and Peggy Ann Wiggins won celebrate the occasion her par

placed in the living room which Mrs. Adklnn hoateiisea. At this presented were members prizes. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd J. Green, NOW SHOWING

was attractively decorated with time members will bring gifts of the High School Glee Club The lovely gifts were displayed entertained at a theatre party.

yellow chrysanthemums. After who sang "Lullaby of the Bella", on the sun porch and were In The young folks enjoyed the
for Brewster
three progressions high', score "Song to a Statuette" and "To charge of Sharon's aunt, Mrs. movie "Smoky" and were later YARDLEY HOLIDAY SETS

prize was awarded to Miss Eve- nominating Committee submitted day There Is Ringing" under the Carolyn Kenney. entertained at the Green home on
its report and the follow A large, two-tiered cake, elaborately North Walnut St., which was
lyn Stump and Mrs. Halite Joneswon direction of Mrs. Ursula Barnes, Limited Amount Available for the
the bingo prize, a box of note ing officers for the coming year music"Instl'llctor at BHS. Miss decorated held seventeen decorated for the occasion with

paper. To each of the honor were elected by unanimous vote: Betty Ann Flynn served as ac candles, and as the honoree blew quantities of pink chrysanthemums. HolidaysA
guests Miss Peek gave toilet President, Mrs. W. L. Blair; companist. out the candles the happy group,, .
Vlce-Prealdent, Mrs. W. E. Mid I accompanied on the accordion by A cake Iced In
soap, attractively gift-boxed. Following this exceptionally In- large birthday Small Deposit WUlllold"Your PurchaseA
dleton; Recording Secretary, Mrs I Al Stefanelll, "Happy Birth
Enjoying the evening with the sang pink and white, with eleven pink
teresting the hostesses
F. H. Long Corresponding Secretary program day".
candles formed the
hostess and honor guests were centerpiecefor
served Ice cream and cake to the I
Miss Olive Ray; Treasurer Refreshments of sandwiches, the
table. A color
Mrs. William Powell, Mra. Guy dining
members and students ,
Mrs. Titus Olson Social present NICE ASSORTMENT OF
; Individual Coca Cola
cakes and
Sale Miss Delia Rosenberg, Miss scheme of pink and white was
Evelyn Stump, Miss Lillian Relations Chairman, Mrs. L. A were served toy Mrs. Hall assist used throughout the dining room. IIUDNUT, LENTil ERIC, LUCIEN LELONG and
Davis; Missionary Education and ed by.Mrs. M. Morgan Mrs. L. S.
Mrs. Green
Stump. Miss :Madge Whigham assisted by her sister -
Miss Lucille Mitchell, Mrs. James Service Mrs. W. O. Halle; Sec- PTA 'Fathers NigheSet Hutto, Mrs. Kenney, and Miss Miss Sara Barefoot, served COTY XMAS SETS NOW ON DISPLAY

Lewis, Mrs. Merrill Struth, Mrs. retary of Student Work, Mrs T. For TuesdayThe Jacquelin Zeigler. refreshments of sandwiches and
T. Long; Secretary of Youth About seventy-five young people colas
Vernon Sllcox, Mrs. Fred Guy coca to the fifteen girls
Mrs. R. a. Kldd and Mrs. Halite Work Mrs W. J. Churchwell; November meeting of the enjoyed this lovely affair. present. Favors were lollypops '

Jones. Secretary of Children'a Work, Parent-Teacher Association will and individual corsages of pink Koch
Mrs E. K. Perryman; Secretaryof Drug Store
be held In the high school build Young' Folks Enjoy chrysanthemums.
Spiritual Life, Mrs I. P. Shep-
Visitors HonoredAt ing Tuesday Nov. 26, at 7 p. m.
herd; Secretary of Supplies, Mrs. USO Open House I!'* CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD
Mrs. L. A. Canova, chairman of rOI'NTY, FLORIDAiN! CHANCKRY. 144 W.
of Call St.
Bridge Club A. W. Anderson; Secretary Starke, Fla.
the Music Committee, has ar-
Literature and Publications, Mrs. Following the football game Emmett Cotuworth Avrett. Plain. ..
A. Wood. ranged an exceptionally interest- last Friday night the younger tl_ v*. Ethel Maude Avrett, Defendant .
Quantities of red ;roses formed ,
Cane No. 6240
Ing Stephen Foster program. As
set met in the USO for
for the
a lovely background for the Devotional afternoon this Is the
only evening meetingof dancing and Thanks to AND NOTICE) TO APPEAR
bridge party given Tuesday night, from the 58th chapter of Isaiah, the year, fathers are especially games. STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
November 12, by Mrs. ThoenuGrady was led by Mrs. Shepherd. Mrs. requested to attend. x the untiring efforts of A. W. Anderson Ethel Maude Avrett, whose renl- "HEAD FIRST FOR BEAUTY"With
Jr., and L. M. Gaines deuce and address la
In honor of her niece, Miss Wood then reviewed the "United You
Following the turk- are required to appear on
a loud
Jean Irwin of Fort Monmoutn, Council of Church Women"anarticle program speaker system was December 23rd, 1948 In the above
New Jersey.. from "World Outlook". ey dinner will be served In the perfect order and A. W.'s collection named Court and cauae, wherein
cafeteria. Tickets price $1, may of records furnished a variety plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
Following three progressions of County Telegraph shall publlih
bridge the hostess presented nylon Waldo Eastern Star be obtained from Mrs Ruby, of dance numbers. this Order,in next four weekly Is-
Johns at the Central Dry Goods Chaperones for the eveningwere m.Wltnemi
hose to Miss France Peek for
mv hand and official Heal ,
Store or from Miss Zeigler at the I members of the PTA Recreation ,at Starke, Florida, this November
and flowered hand .
score, a Waldo Chapter No. 120, Orderof school. Committee and Home 20, 1916.OFFICIAL. .
kerchief to Mrs. James Lewis, Eastern Star, will hold Its reg- ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas .
winner at bingo. evening Aa Clerk of said Court. '.
ular meeting Friday
Zarh }f. Douglas, Box 411, Gainesville '
Mrs. Grady then served a salad Nov. 20, at 8 o'clock. Members Fla -\I'
course and coffee to her guests. Atty. for Pit 11.28t 12.13
are urged to attend and visitors _
Invited to be with the honor i .. '
welcome. _' Mrs. Martha IV! CIHCI'IT COURT. BRADFORD .y
guest on this occasion were members are C0l"\rv, FLORIDA IN CHAN.CKlt : .

of the Tuesday Night Bridge I Strickland. W. M.; Louise Haulerson. Alf John V. Katierr, Plaintiff vs. Barbara -

Club. secretary. }oj. Kataeff, Defendant. Cane
.NJn. non
------------------...-.---_______n_______.____ OHDER OF PUBLICATION .
-- Well it's time Add '
turkey again, gastronomic oddities: Joe AND NOTICE TO APPEAR the holiday season at hand
and Starke will inaugurate the Hoover, Call Street's imminent, STATE OF FLORIDA TO: ,
photographer, likes sugar on his and Barbara E. Katzeff( whose residence you owe it to yourself to look your
ROBBINS'THANKSGIVING holiday with a festive football address I.: 1046 E. 35th Street,
lettuce! Hear Bess Burns' Brooklyn, N. Y.: best for the gala, round of events
game Wednesday! night when the You are required to appear on
Tornadoes meet Lake newly decorated home (especially' December 21, 1948, In the abov. that will soon be'in ,full swing. We
a powerful
SPECIALS the kitchen) Is so fascinating that named Court and cause, wherein "
City aggregation at Bradford guests at her bridge luncheon last County plaintiff: Telegraph seeks divorce shall publish Bradford this know just the halrrdoVnd' ,other'' .

'' Park Methinks, there should week hadj difficulty keeping their Order In next four weekly Inauei ,beauty aids !tojbring!: "out;,our: most'

Ladies Coats Ladies Suits be a splendid! turnout; i.lot this attention\,on'the tlte apologies games I of.' our Incidentally -,. at 20 Witness Starke 1046. ,my Florida.hand. and_ this official November seal flattering features.. Phone for an

I game what with'a lot of ex society department go to Bess (oFFICIAL SEAL) A.I. Thomas, appointment today.
19.80 27.95 14.95 43.00 Callstreeters back In town for A. Clerk of said Court.
to to for the
placing locale of said Chas. R. Res 204-05 Realty Build-
the holidays, and whatnot ,
party at Kingsley Lake-'twas 10M'. Jacksonville. Fla. Atty. for
Then, of course, don't forget the Plf- 11-22 4t 12-13
annual Thanksgiving service in Starke
Adamses rushed the IN Beauty Shoppe
Thanksgiving COURT. BIIAI>FORD
the Methodist
t. Thursday .
season with a turkey dinner CHAN.
Sweaters Sweaters morning In spite of a few ERY
Wednesday night of last week James A. Griffith Plaintiff VB Patrl-
shortages, we still have an for a small t group of friends, Including (1&l Joan Orlffltli, Defendant. Case Linnle Fogg McCulley, Prop.
E 3.95 5.95 to 7.95BLANKETS awfully lot to be thankful for in ,no. 6219 -
the George and Phone
Flynns ORDER Court
f' these parts If don't be : OF' PUBLICATION 96 Street
you the, Harry Houstons Seems I AND NOTICE .APPEAR
lieve it, Just ask the fellow who another 'STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: ,
couple was
t, has visited any other part of the supposed to be there but ft ___ ____ _.. _. .___ d. __. ..
world recently-. band, who was entrusted, with the hus-the ))1 lti+'a r 'R c.J tr'l pl tI 1, 'tQ tart, pr, r ta trrarrrQtr bry

message, ,forgot to tell his wife
; 6.95 TO 14.95 Hear that Nettle Tucker (Mrs until the next day-and was he
H. E.
flatly refuses to traversethe
I" mountainous route on that in the dog house! J

Win Your Xmas TURKEY.!
MEN'SLeather MEN'SSweaters approaching trip to Wisconsinwith The Telegraph staff acknowl.
daughter Bobble
Mr. T., and edges with thanks the
Joe and Nella Andrews She posthumousgift
t Jackets t.' of a two-volume set of Funk ,
maintains Its either the "Oatroute" A: Wagnalla unabridged diction-
or the train for her! .
: 19.50 to 25.95 Large Variety Colors Ruby Johns ia ary from our departed friend.
smirking these
Miss Amelia Ray This final In This
days over a line Unique
new she's carryIng : gesture Is typical of her thoughtfulness J f

USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN gives(and us personally feminine modeling Callstreeters) that of the Telegraph throughout

FOR YOUR XMAS SHOPPING more figure oomph! (Sothat.s wise the bleak years Many an other- .
day was made more Contest
where new tires 10 -
'. .._ ...__ .a....... _.. .._ ... .,_ _,.,. ., going!) Little my Kay Hart still are bearable by her i cheerful voice

insists that her favorite calling over the telephone to say ,
dog Jane
that she enjoyed a certain articleor !
has) baby kittens-and who am I
to pass along a "tip" that she See The Turkey r4

t-ti: : 1I '1icI1i"Holiday assurance argue .with.-such youthful news knew item would.make. She an Interesting seemed to In Our Window Saturday r

Mra. L. A. Davit say she's realize as too few do, the wonderful ;

"definitely" slipping Arriving tonic that a few kind words >
home from a hectic day in can be in a world that Is all too ARULES

Jacksonville she heard a scraping short of kind words ". It has .

noise as she removed her hat been called to my. attention that OF THE CONTEST
and looking Into the mirror saw Miss Amelia served as treasurerof

two metal wave' clips that she the Methodist WSCS for 23 >

had worn around all dayl! years and was last year made Every purchase entitles you to a free guess on the weight of

Always knew that I should have an honorary life member of the II a fine live turkey which will be
on display at store everyi
i in Mexico"Sun. i raised a family, especially whenI organization and presented a gold our

i, see Kate Sheppard's doting son cross In appreciation of her ser Saturday until Christmas Dates: Nov. 16, 23, 30; Dec.

I passing out such a fat vices I am sure that never i 7 14 21.
nice roll The first to weight.jJ
of greenbacks with which was an award more richly deserved 1\ person guess the nearest correct
Mon. Tues. Nov 21 25 26 she will be
Is to purchase her selection of winner.

Walter Pidgeon Jose silver Also one of Starke's -
Iturbi favorite eons Paul Knight arrivIng So long ". See you in the PRIZE AWARDED SAT. EVENING DEC. 21st -

on Callstreet Sunday ? next ,

t_ Ilona Massey 'Paul's now writing, directing and Carolyn. ,

N. producing his own radio show,
"Serenade to America" .
ALSO, LATEST NEWS 9 Come one, come alit I And make
your purchase and make your guess.
Spotted an* Jotted: Ed & Mary // an event What could be
,_ and "Bikini The Atom Island" Lee Silveralnl back In town after finer than a nice big, tat turkey' for Xmas to go alongwith
Ed was recently approached by a is worth having i1 that_ Yuletide feeling of a fine gift from our store. Any purchase -

man who wanted his Clearwater no matter how small to
front etc.
S watch hands, tie sets,
Wed. Thurs. Nov. 27 28 filling station worse than Ed it ia worthremembering watches and diamonds.
did James Alvares behind Why not shop for your. Xmas gifts at the most

the fountain at Canova's makingus beautiful jewelry store in Starke.Harley .

think of the old days when he ..
"EnchantedForest" presided so efficiently at the USO
snack bar Loyal Rotarians with pictures
Bill Graham. Duke Dupre and \

Howell Nasworthy calling off F. Strong
their dogs during the middle of

the first day of hunting season T. H. Osborne
and arriving at the luncheon inJooU !

and other hunt regalia The
Edmund Lowe Brenda WRITE, BOX US Jewelry Store in Starke
Joyce Capt. Ralph Rhodes In town on iJ
a ZO-dsy leave from Barksdale OR CALL, AT CAMP BLANDING JEWELER SINCE 1941

Harry Davenport Field, La. Robert Ward beamIng I IIOC\ER BROS. STUDIO ,

over the birth of son,

Robert Jr., on Nov. l$. '* ,.


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RZ, 1946
'gNBER i.

IJfS of LOCAL NEWS those from here attend- -- _. --.- -" -

,, ing the Golden Wedding Anniver- t C

sary of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Weeks

and Helen I I11I4 I Mrs Carolyn In La Crosse Monday were. Mrs. Plenty li
patel KInney
]June guest. Misses Wayne, spent the and son. J. M. Brownlee Mr. and Mrs. d v We Buy
their weekend In Junius Smith
Jacksonville, Jacksonville' Mrs. May Dick- ofParking
latt as guests of Mrs. ens, R. A. Weeks Mrs. E. S.
... gU ot Mrs. Matthews -
end Sat- brother-in-law and sis- Mr. and! Mrs. O. L Beas- ;*r1 and Sell ,'
",let l In Gainesville.FloridafoOtball While ter Mr. and Mrs. til. c. Wells l ley and Mr. and Mrs T. J. P
attended the they attended Ring Griffin
11 game and parpostgama ling Bros. Circus. Space GoodUsed
acUjUdl' Friends of Jimmy Peek will be
ill !he Watson Mrs J. M. Rltter Mrs. Thelma glad to learn that he Is recuperatIng .
of Perry Chatman and Mrs. +
Richmond Lena Dubb, aatlsfactorlly at home follow- '
feede and and Mrs. Lula White, one and ing
a tonsllectomy performed ,
all of Easy
gtudenU.EdEnsoroCJack Tampa .
were '
I r guests last week In a Jacksonville hospital. -
and Wednesday of Mr. and Furniture
)(r" : .. En- Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Terms
f/ft guestsBertha. Attending the circus In Jacksonville ,
Pearce, Mrs. J.. D. Doyle spent Thursday Saturday were Mrs. K.

of last week with Mr. and Q. Duncan and
1" Robb and( children Mrs Paul Allen In Penney Farms F. Brown and children. Mrs. O. SELECT CHRISTMAS GIFTS EARLY FROM DE lflARK'S WONDERFUL; SELEC-
ad'I Linda, of Columbia attending a family reunion. Also L. Beasley. Mrs. W. B. Sewell

their home In present were Mrs. C. A. Geiger and Mrs. Charles Darby and chil TION. USE OUR'LAY-AWAY PLAN FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE.
of Green Cove
yopday following a two and Mrs. John Vol. dren.
!TV! Kingsley Lake brecht of St. Augustine.
See the beautiful
portrait ,. ,
i5obbportraits Mrs. Friends of "
'e mother Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Christmas Cards at Hoover Brott. - - ---------------

Prather of Jennings, La., will be Studio.

eee T. H. interested to learn, that the couple Mrs. Luther of
Ray Lake WalesIs
I Tick and Plain Tick
lee gil on page 4. recently adopted a 3-months-old the guest of) her sister-in-law Fancy F11ELccs?

,r. Moore of Plant City i baby girl who has been named Miss Olive Ray. Pre-War
Mrs O. W. Sandra Fay Mrs. Prather will Mrs.
a mother be John Love Wilkes of Jack
as the former
jrt weekend. Miss Etta Fay Gill of this sonville arrived Wednesday for a
few day's visit with her sister 1 Innerspring Mattresses
I T.1B15RNACI.B Mrs Geo. Flynn and Mrs. H. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins.
_Morning Worship 11 A. H. Adams were shopping In Jacksonville Mrs. E. L. Matthews and child. t- 1In

jciool 3 P. :M. Evening: Tuesday.En ren spent Tuesday with Mrs ,
;.B P M. Evangelistic route to their home in,Jacksonville Charles Darby at Santa Fe Lake. A $39.50These
ni Monday 7:30 P. M. from St. Petersburg Mrs. Mrs. R. G. Kldd Sr., Mrs. Irvin
M. Tuesday 7:43: P. M. R. L. Epperson and son, Ray, White and R. G. Kldd were in
i Bible Hour, Wednesday visited Mrs W. J. Epperson, Sr., Gainesville Tuesday visiting Mrs. Are Unequalled In

Ladles Prayer MeetingS Tuesday afternoon. W. C. Helmentoller who is a ; Good Solid ComfortWe
P. Evangelistic For wedding portraits see T. II. patient in the Alachua County i 7rTh
l'ridAy 7:45: P. M.'InBpl- Onborne. See ad on pate ... Hospital.

!trath Meet, Saturday Mrs. F. F. Slump left Saturday Mrs. G. W. Brown had as a I

;Communion every first for a ten-day visit with her guest Sunday her son, Dr. Wil- AH Have 4.50Set.
:gomlng. Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Mrs. W. H. Thomsonof mot Brown of Tallahassee. BOX SPRINGS TO MATCH

j]y Sponsors. Monticello. S. R. Johns Jr., spent Fridayin v .. ., .,
Maj. H. C. Wall of St. Augustine -
spent Thursday with his father Universal Vaccuum Cleaners $70.70PRICE Clothes.HAMPERS

W L. Wall.S. .
Every branch of
E. Sparks attended the State INCLUDES ALL ATTACHMENTS
Baptist Convention in
INSURANCECONSTANT I this week. .. .. .,

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Savageand
Large Mahogany
daughter, Yvonne of Jack- 7.95 -

sonville, were Sunday guests of I IUp

LIABILITY I Mrs. Savage's parents Mr. and Drop Leaf Tables !:. Family Size ,!I
Mrs. O. W. White.
I SERVICE Selection! In Pink T11
Come and lw fitted for your
AVER SO YEARS THEFT fall and winter SI'IRELLA health and IvoryGIVE .

garment, corsets girdle, and also 48.50 and 99.50 ,...., ., N

surgical belt*. Coroetlere,
Aim. Frank Hoover "
tWALL t AGENCY Fl. RELI Mrs. Frank Landrum and chil- A METAL ".+II I

dren spent the weekend in Jack- All-Wood Door Mats ------- 20c
sonville with her parents Mr. and

Please Phone 146 PfB Mrs. J. F. Rogers. While there ,., ,.,." .., ., Bed Lampfor --j
they attended the Jacksonville

Fair Odora Wardrobes $11.95
Large Xmas
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Silvernail

and daughter, Mary Wynn who '
have been residing: in Clearwaterhave SPACE SAVERS-TWO l\I1RROIL.-DOU DOOR 3.15

LASSIFIEDFARM..C1TT returned to Starke. At pres-- f' ,, "" ,,.,,, ,
ent they are guests of Mr. and

-, PROPERTY FOB N.tM Mrs. H. C. Brown. All-Metal Cabinets' '6 .I r"
AND" ''t Three bedroom house. furnlvlieiloompletvly. Mrs. R. G. Kldd and sister Mrs. Utility $16.95"ADJUSTAIU.E Walnut .
PROPERTY Has electric box and Irvin White arrived Monday from
gas stove, automatic)j hot watereater.
Jdeully located on two Richmond for a visit with Mr. SHELVES End Tables =- 5.95
I paved Htreeti In Starke. Price M.830 .- and Mrs. R. G. Kldd, Jr.
some terms.
R.RAJ.K8TATBJ 82H acre farm with tour room Mrs. Frank Barnes spent last J" .
OUT house. 12 acres old bearing pecan weekend in Daytona. .1.1 6 .races Cs ssssaeesssssesenpi
I tree within 1000 feet p( paved
'HIt advert4er f e.aa.sererty. *
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns spent
flee ma*. sire hl< ., H..me.r.rma Starke. Price 'B600.00 Thursday in Jacksonville. ,
..,.,. from all.T... 1h* are X. D.Ilruker Walawrh.t, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Conner Large, Unfinished, Drawer 1 Doll Carriages

flea 11.tlag. Phoae 1.T4 !Alarke and Mrs. Haven Crosby spent t

OUT REALTY AGENCY alarm clockat495 Saturday afternoon in Jackson Chest of
InKraham elertrlo Drawers
mental Locally ByHOLLINGSWORTrf at.'Pahmer..''Hlft Shnppe. It ville. 10.95LeatlrerelleFoldilio

I FOR HALF S-bedroom house, SW Miss Leecy Denmark of Jacksonville E1
Walnut St." .... oor. 8. Bay St., Starke. Excellent was here Thursday of last 27.95 .
condition occupied by owner until Type ,
Attractive, convenient week, attending the birthday par- t
trjltur ens of* all upholstered kind reno-and recently.lot. For Information writeC. ty of Miss Sharon Hall. Faint it to match your j i4: 4ta Will Top
Drop us a card. J .I>ovlln. 1168 Cypress, Gainesville tf- Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Flores have other furniture

,Ita.I! MATTRESS Fla. ) CO., Ko tf: or tel. U18J. been enjoying a visit here with .. ,. ,..." !
FOR K15NT-Two light housekeeping Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Martin. Mr. ,. ." 6 y

>ticket OICt Shoppa.watches |2.50 at It onable.furnished. Clone In.apartments.-209 E. !Madison n..a.- and Mrs. Flores at one time op- Child's Table & Chair Sets
St. If erated the Camp Diner here, and Large Wood Circulating Heaters 55.95

I write all lines; tire. NOTICE-I will not be reHponM- Mr. Flores is now looking for a
k llHbllitr, and life. ble for any debt contracted by' new business I location.Mr. Solid
'tor your Insurance need my wife, 1\r8. Irma Lee Sweat. of Large fire box Will heat approximately
.nwrlght. Jr. Sweat Starke.Pla. and Mrs. Elmer Hearing
llttEant Levy
(Signed) Birch Wood
"4 Phone 164. tt UP Philadelphia are visiting the Rev. 6 rooms Attractive piece of furniturefor

and Mrs. W. J. Churchwell this the home h
(toss Foil RE-B TO THE! PEOPLE of
*,. shell bucket with County who have lots In Crosby weekend. 25.95
*.*ape. boom; excavating. Lake Cemetery: If everybody monthly will I Miss Iris Brown of Jacksonville T ,,, "
n contribute B0-cent
erection .
of tructnot -
4 exceeding- ton: will look after their Property. spent the weekend with her par-
*all collect D. W Poole Dave Crawford Starke. Up' ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Brownat Slightly Used 5-Burner Oil Stoves

"Green;I rtT.ve.llIDCe. Ke tfott : Temple 5-tube radlo-phonourraph) their home In Putnam Hall. Leatherette -
I combination. $09.95 at Dahmer.'. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Crowder of 42.50 Limited Quantity Seats l :. I

.11.on._Hampton .Iak.., Gift AhoppeF ? Roxboro N. C.. are guests this N w i
N. D. ..WainHI ,
a. E. Call St., tt LOST allublgameranFriday night. week. of Miss Madge Whlgham. 6. .6

Ms.."..?-no SALE oiiable.furnished Term or Finder County of please Telegraph.' return I to BradCnrd.: "P Starke J. Fred Coca-Cola Guy, manager Bottling of the of week Co.the, Beautiful Boudior Chairs $15.26 WAGONS! WAGONS! 12.50 : i

tin, Htark tf AtTTOMO If.E AITCTION: EVERY was In Miami the
WEDNESDAY BK.ll.VNINO: NOV. attending the state convention of Attractive Colors Spring Constructed These Are Steger Coantera '

J r-Four thoroughbred OA/NESViM-E/ FSTI'i PR! HEfjD; AUCTION AT- ,the bottlers, of carbonated beverages. .1 / .i
puppies. See Mrs. '
pman, state Farm. UpI I truck FI..A. tractor. or have any"other kind" Your own picture on Chrl..tm. &n Baby Carriages (folding type) $17.95Easy will'rrive' .

",* Foil 8AL.K-Length of automotive vehicle geetrIt snll Card at hoover Bros. Studio.Mien Our Toys This WeekSee
t. pesee.loir you haul.. hrlna- It over-we will. buy Helen Rowland had as to carry in the car
nl. .
Habeck for you thisusale.liIts sure Miss June
'Bot' City limit on Jack. oomi to Com-and guests Sunday evening ,. ,. ,. Our Display Before You Decide
hwl\", 1tI. bring title to your vehicle Patel of Starke Miss Betty "
will be live percent ??
mission abovefSOO of Jacksonville and Gilbert ,.,, ,. .
turkey hoot each to ISOO, three percent Hiatt ,, ,
dozen used Dresser Bases
about Rich- We have
.' anlll. ChrlHtmaii. Dr.r' )'- For further Information Weeds Perry Watson a
on Keyaton; Rd. Phonesale. call. fialnenvlllB.U H. Thnmp.on.Fla. UP mond Peck of the University of COMHINATIONRadioPhonograph ,,j

Itp U-8 Florida Gainesville After enjoy- Reduced to $5 each
basis, 40
"'.O'A rre farm 4I> acre FOR RENT: -Share-rrop delicious turkey dinner 129.55
'two. very. good farm 100. I 10 """"Miss Ing a -
in i. Sf StarksRoad Long Bride", all the traditional trimmings,
ctrlct7 with
iJ ; < aD. mill
HI.'... ,'" 'wood strawberry Ida. Merritt Lake Bj.Mer...nt.HOUSB il-. 2.2. the group motored to Jacksonvilleto 000- ... .., ... ,- .. .. .... ..... ... .... ..... ... -...- .. .. ... u"q
I f land and Priced home
'nnahle' return Miss Hiatt to her tl
terma. Jim.
pia. Itp 30 W. there.

y,,'hr'..eedweIInQ hour. _C 882.PLACKJACK.1.Beck km leaving Klng.ley about VIltaB Nov.. box UP daughters MI'. and Mr Dianne, R. A.and Colson Margaret and, Be Sure to Shop Us Every Week. New Merchandise Arriving Every Day. Let Us

lu.. u>r.ii gold.Mr rn.-convcnfk A. N.- OAK Ie PIlEut spent Sunday in Voldosta. Ga., Know Your Desires. We Have 1947 Calendars FREE FREE !

""it ?,! Starkelocated ew: any length. US per cord d.\lv- visiting friends. I
cord If you returnedto
Bred or /1e per A. W. Anderson
"Hhway Melrose -
(Rt1.. Box It. n. (". Ahepler Ht.01 1. Keystone here Friday after ...... .. ... ......
Itptt"ch Fla. S miles. west her home .. l ... .... -4 T IJ - -00
,. !Heltlrht: ground sIJoiningcolored enjoying a six-week vacation In +--
to radio .ttl..m"nt. tIP 12-13 Pa., as guest of her
lrhnppMe IJ1-1 ** Dah- Pittsburgh
1 t radio $16- and daughter Mr. and
.. portable son-in-law
4ttrtirtl; .aor for tourist' Temnletnb 110 .at Dabmers gift Shoppe. ItFOR Mrs Edward J. Schwab and In IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
Pa., as the guestof
propoeltlom Everett Upright Philadelphia.
Nrarke_. tr SALE-Piano. .nndltl"n. $115.Mrs. brother-in-law and sister,
:sear A p, on. black .Robert In excellent;Myrick Rt. 2. boa tp Mr her and Mrs. John W. Mullin.

'>m'o ry may..jlric'.k..p.- *mone nd Pper)'. butcl1 FOR IMS: S.\LF Stark: Vacuum (cleen. .r. ;Miss: Florida Wanda State Pearce College, a freshmanat for Women John H. Denmark Furnitrre Co. ; '

"'' : .1.' .". Ce valued. pr..tk.IIY new. )lr.. L. A. R."rD"ld. Tallahass**. spent last week- _
tal raaoon.. No que. lip.- nut,...tark.Gardenia. 100 South 2tp'F. ; end .here with her mother, ,M,..

II, "'el1."' 'wanhlnamaoh bAhll'. ...... Je..o1 m..n. CrAwf"r,1 Girt hoPP.w.tch' II Bertha 1\lr. and Pearce.'Ira. J- W. KKJUn, of Phone 151 Starke, Fla.t ..
oI1t laundry.
l '01 T.mpl. Ar... US.OII al Dahmer. Wayne v1l1e. N. C.. are enjoyinga I
t"Ml > 8ALE-n..eulbl. pulp wood several weeks' duration I, .
4 to head Jersey and FOR saw In good condltlln. on JlOO.o. .pa.A. visit of guest of her brother =;; =;:;=;:=;:;;;;;:; =;; =;:;;:;;;:::;:;;;:=;; : = r
out here as : = =
; =
a miles : =
...XVlllT$ Sumner of '
on. 113Jatarke Itp atkA Ranch.Highway In front 5tl5play's J. J. Truby. I I'

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-' -- . . DeWItt C. Jones. on January 24 -
. . L. R Kalch and the late Mrs sonvllle. Saturday night the Bradford Delegates 1 I. late Hardy E. ::1868, Ion
Carrie Kalch. Wadsworths had as their dinner Mr. and Mrs. Otis Crawfordand lard and Victor,
SunnybrookBy Stokes
: Hampton guests Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson Attend Farm Bureau'sMiami children were visiting her of the Church He was a
A large number of Hamptonltes of Starke. I Convention Mrs. O. E. Crosby brother and sister-in-law, Mr. of Christ
fly Mrs. M. C. Sweeney attended the Salvation Army Re- Friends of Wayne and Barbara . . . and Mrs. Randolph Crosby of He is survived by two
I:i / vival services near Theressa last Jean Matchett are glad tcY learn Delegates Z. W. Hamilton A. Maxvllle Sunday. ford ters., Mrs. O. B. Gordon ,
week. convalescing nicelyat D. Crosby and Raymond Crosbyof DEATH OF LITTLE Mrs. v't
I METHODIST MOVTH that they are : .Mrs. O. E. Crosby and children Worthington SprtaS-
Mrs. M. L. Watterson, :Mrs. K. their. home here following the local Farm Bureau ,re- HAROLD LEROY LOVELLThe ; 811
i World of To- : her son-in-law and
of the visiting
The Book
were sons, P. L.
B. Watterson and Frederick L. tonsllectomles at Alachua County turned to Starke Sunday follow. death angel visited the 1 Stokes, of Cal
''I morrow", and educational Bound Watterson left Thursday of last Hospital, Gainesville, last week. ing attendance at what was termed home of Mr. and Mrs W. C. daughter, :Mr. and Mrs. Edward and S. K. Stokes, cf at-
Gainesville Saturady.
I film prepared by the American week for Chase City, Va., where Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins and one of the most successful conventions Ward early Sunday mornIng,and Cain of burg..
\ Bible Society, was shown at the they will spend a week visiting youngest daughter, Louise visited in the organization's took away the little son of. Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Fred'Haislop and Funeral.Services were
j Methodist Church Monday night relatives. They were accompaniedby relatives in Macclenny last Sun- history. Held in Miami last Fri and Mrs. Leroy Lovell. I daughter.'Judy, were called home the graveside 3 p. n. 811
Mrs. O. D. Cay, who will go day and Saturday, the -statewide Little Leroy has been sick for from a visit' in Tampa becauseof the Hunt Cemetery, In
I and the Rev. Ralph Rivers, pas- from Virginia to Baltimore, Md., day.Mr. conclave of 400 Bureau members some time. His parents broughthim the death of little Leroy County( ;

tor, conducted the accompanying to visit her son, Elmer, who Is and Mrs. ,Culver Van Al- 1 f. reported as 'having offered a homo last Thursday from Lovell. Arrangements were un!
services, assisted by the Rev. W. stationed with the armed forces stine had as a weekend guest program crowded with Informa- St '''Vincent' Hospital where' he direction.. of DeWitt C. j.
; J. Churchwell pastor of the near that city. their son Earl Van Alstlne. tive addresses, conferences and had been 'under .observation of Rites Held Sunday -

Starke Methodist Church, who Mills Margaret McKinney of Miss Betty Horne spent' last enjoyable periods of sightseeingand specialists for the last 20 days, Let no one falter who
presented .the cinema. Starke'spent Wednesday night as Wednesday ,as a guest of Miss recreation. Everything 'that loving hands For H. N. Stokes he' IB Ight.
i i P-TA SPECIAL, SUPPERA guest of Miss Helen Adkins. Last Mary Weldon In Starke. Featured speakers .presenting and tender cara'could render was I Nathan H. Stokes, ,78, died last
community supper, sponsored weekend :Miss ,Adkins was the Thomas Wadsworth attended talks'onfall' i phasesOf 'farm done for the little one, but God .' Friday at the home of, -
by the Hampton Parent-Teachers guest of :Misses Betty and Ethel the football game in Gainesville bureau work; Included W R. Ogg, saw' fit to call him home, He was I ter Mrs. O. B.. bllt.daugh"l' Stalling machine, Scot
Association, will be held In the Mae Durling in Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. legislative counsel for the national born'Sept' 2, 1946 and 'died Nov; i ford?,,following-a .books paper'punche': all t '

school cafeteria on Friday after- i II. D. May and Dick May were and Mrs. Ed Silvernall organization( ; H. G. Clayton( 17, 1W8. He is-survived'by .,. 'A retired Union County farmer,i iI other ring Items'blnderT,4,
Venice Sunday and of Starke were guests of relatives state administrative officer: in Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Lov at the B
noon, December 6, at 5:30: o'clock. 'visitors to en parents. I he was born in Suwannee County,County I Telegraph.
Further details will be announced Monday.Mrs. here Saturday. charge of productive and market ell of Winchester, HI., and this
and Ing administration work In Florida community; grandparents, I .6 _.-"' ,_ - .. _J.... .-.
Jessie son
Rogers ,
.' '. . I
I Charles, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter ; H. I*. Wingate, president of Mr., and Mrs. W. C. 'Ward; his
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Mich- Grlggs of Jacksonville have been BrookerBy the Georgia Bureau, ,a n d Congressman great grandparents, Mr. and I II
ael Hankins of Lansing, Mich., recent guests of Mrs. Della Dyal. *.nominate George Mrs. W. R.' Haislop; a grandfather -I _
will be pleased to learn of the Private Holland Brown and Smathers.!! of Miami. PresidentD. O. C.. Lovell of Winchester, 4-," ,.y ,
birth of their daughter Patricia Mrs. T. W. Markoy: R.,.IgouR ,of Eustis, presided i 111. and host of other relatives .,
Private David Brown of Denver, '. '. . . a
Ann, on Sunday, Nov. 10. Mrs. Colo., are enjoying furloughs with State standing committees and friends who show their j

Hankins will be remembered as friends and relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Parker represented a ,variety of Florida grief with the family.
Miss Juanita Kalch of
daughter I Missed Betty and Martha Home and children are visiting relativesIn agricultural Interests, Includingbeef The funeral service was held
I spent Friday shopping in Jacksonville Alma. Douglass, and Way- cattle, drainage and water in Pine Level Baptist 'Church
I and attended the even- cross, Ga., this week. conservation, tobacco, hogs, labor, Wednesday at 2 p. m. with the ,
big performance of the Rlngllng Miss: Veletla Hodge' spent last legislation peanuts, poultry, auger Rev. W. E. Hall officiating
Broa Circus. weekend in Jacksonville with her and vegetables. Interment was in the Conner

Fred S. Dodd: of Keystone sister, Doris, and while there at- Social activities Included a number Cemetery under the direction cf.Stuff84Up"
Heights was a Sunday guest of tended the'Rlngllng Bros. Cir- I of teas and luncheons, and :than ilsleaning

q, ; r 0 Mr. and Mrs. Carleton Chastain. sightseeing trips. Headquartersof Ne..,H.iialocM?
p Billy Carver of Jacksonville recently cus..Mrs.I.. C. Cone and Mrs. Leslie the annual convention, theatate's .
visited his aunt, Mrs. J. F. Green and children were visit fifth, were at the McAllister .\ 4u. to..1 "..'
Johnson, and his cousin, Mrs. J. ing Mrs. Bill Plummer and Mr, Hotel. ; aLOS _

O. Lamoreaux.Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hazen 'In Starke In the election of officers Igou .c
and Mrs. O.'P. Wadsworth .I,. irtt 11 That well-groomed
Wadsworth Monday afternoon. was.re-elected president; Francis |..lfcltlr*.,......... ..r COts FMTAJUTMNMwti
HOWDY FOLKS Sr., and Waldon pent Mr.-and Mrs. W. A. Hinton and H. Corrigan. denton, vice- .. .....b ..** TASim UeWSC > well-suited look

A grocer recently had a pound Wednesday of last week in JackFLORIDA son. Bobble, of Waldo,"wee week- \president; Mrs. Mary B. Line, .v'l ") Tali wily .. divided 'depends on meticulous

end guests of Mr. and Mrs Earl Vero Beach, women's chairman -
of sugar returned with a note LIVRA TONE Green and Mr. and Mrs. Mel and John Ford, Orlando, reelected \ cleaning. we
, stating that It .contained '''too ,, Vickery.Mr. I executive Tailor.MadeSEAT. give
+ su rsrvrLAXATIVE ; secretary your suits fasts -
much sand for table use, and and Mrs. Roy Green and '
\ not enough for building pur- baby,.Janice, were Sunday guestsof Kaiser Car Shown COVERS I, -tidious' t r e atment
' ii
THAT f1ATlirligGut Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy removing all dirt and
poHe8."now Y.ur little N.fiiJtf In Gainesville. By Starke 'Motors odor preserving both

Is It your wife doe n't asAllDs.F...... A. B. Surrency was visiting Mr. press.. We
and Mrs. J. H. Parrish in Or- Display of anew four-door are at your
find fault with such a tiny
lando recently. Kaiser Special this week markedthe service always.:
flat?'! E. .J. Lewis made a business official opening of the Starke
"She baa come to the conclusion trip to( Starke Saturday. Motors, Kaiser-Frazer and Good-
I that there Isn't even room EXPERTSERVICE Mr.. and Mrs.'O. W. Andrewsof :year agency in the recently-com-

t for complaint." New River were here Sunday pleted Green building, at Temple PHONE 135
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Edwards I and Jefferson. -, .
Neither U there room for complaint and Mrs. Llllie Cone and Owner O. J.. McGriff, formerlyof All Work Guaranteed ROUT. 315

when you take full advantage son, Clyde. Jacksonville, announced that a WARD SEAT '
of our complnte lubrication Miss Madeline Green of Jack- new Frazer model will be added GREEN, 9lett! TempAte

service. We five you the sonville, was here Sunday visit- ; to the showrooms( at an early COVER CO. Owner _--...-
I moot for your dollar. For quality ing her. parents, Mr. and Mrs. I date. McGrlff was formerly con GAY'S SERVICE STATION
gas, oil and .lubricants. Dave Green. nected with the Claude Nolan and
j Drive In today., Mrs. Lottie Edwards spent Sat- William Catlin agencies.It Phone 1O Court Madison Sts.
urday at Vanderbilt with Jher ,
was stated that the -------=-------------- ---------- --- -
new firm ,
GULF OIL PRODucTs parents, Mr. and Mrs.,. Norman. ,"
will otter'general hardware, and ..
Mr. and Mrs. T.' W. Markeyand -I .; '"" .....- t-
Washing Polishing :AL t ".I pro ,
Goodyear tires, tubes and bat ,f 1 \ ,
Kenneth Green were'dinner ..
1.t" ..
Greasing Cha& c. teries. ,Equipment 'for a modern .'
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rural I
& repair and service station is BOW
Temple > Lake ShepherdAt Dukes at Dukes Sunday.Mr. 'being 'Installed. ,.
and Mrs. Norman ParrIsh \ ,
Service'Station'hon .
Gay's Service Station were visiting relatives at Dukes celebrated their golden wedding .

.179 Sunday.Mr. anniversary Friday of last week. .-
and Mrs. J. V. Edwards, Sr., Enjoying the special supper with ". q '"

them on that day was their son, ... ,: .M..." ,,': ,
A. A. Edwards ." }'t, .!:''r"t.t. t ,

'Take Our Word :for it! Miss Marie Edwards; a granddaughter; a daughter, s'f'>f) V."" '.' r .'.,'fITf.t..1.'J .-'' ....... '. : .. -
PASSENGER Mrs. Virginia Howard and ,her .. ,
( _
husband; a grandson.Earnest Edwards n '. .
TRUCK and his wife and child, the ": "",. : "" '( \\
latter being the Edwards' ,only '' !t" .1 i L"','''' .
great grandchild; Mr. and Mrs.. .1
., .
: ",J: "' .'
TIRES Earl Green and children, and Mr. .
: ""
and Mrs. Lee Qalney. 1 1L
..' -v iv
AND TUBES Truby Plnholster is spending a :
few days in Tampa this week.
1 "
,'" ,,; 1 5c
Mrs. Kldon Hardy, and Miss i'm a,
"""" ,101-(, -
I *. Lubedla Plnholster' spent the'first &Ut., :lilt',
/ 1'1'SEE of the week In Tampa.Mr. .
!I .. i i
US BEFORE and Mrs/ Paul Stewart of
Starke were here recently visit-
YOU BUY ing Mr. and Mrs. E. T.' Stewart.

Mrs Earnest Edwards and
Mrs. W. O. Rimes were in Gaines
ville Monday. Regardless of the removal of the

Clyde Kelley was in
Gainesville Monday.
t, I Mrs. Vea! Allen,. spent part of

Q last her sister week" Mrs.in Jacksonville Colin Knight., with 0. P. A. ceiling on Coca-Cola, our

i TurKeysPer price has not been. increased.

"We've Never 'Had a Tire that Soldas

Fast as the Tire that Per Pound-On Foot You may continue to enjoy deli


cious and
: refreshing Coca-Cola: at

"Wh.a.ycIs'w got a good thing word get tread how it coven more road surface, W. E. LawsonOne
round last and word about the nw B.P. hugs the road better, help* prevent skidding

Goodrichpostwar Silvertown is certainly ana slipping.
spreading around here. ". And they've mentioned the 35% stronger Mile South of StarkeOn
"Seems everyone want the tin that OM***** tire body, the result of.an entirely new type five cents per bottle as ,always.
Prewar Ttrtit That' why it's so hard to keep stronger cord with more cord per ply. All Keystone Road

them in stock-even with the factory' out this. you know, mean greater safety-better ,, .
standing production. fit resistance to bruises and road shocks. "" '
"B. F. Goodrich users have been telling their 'Any way you look at it, the new Silvcrtowni .,

friend about the wonderful tire mileage they today's ntot>for-th. are getting from the broader, flatter Silvcrtown will worth w itimg for}' .. ,IJ',. r'e,'., v
fro* COBWKM cofoThat ... ...Yh "
Can be bought on Small Down Payment and Convenient Terms ,: : r

ere mulslca relieves' PI'Om&Jtb'' lie- COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
.k, ;
gore right to the seat ol the

144 W. Call Guy Andrews, Starke Fla. perm trouble laden to help phlegm! loosen,raw. aid and Datura expel
to BoottmaDdJbeal tender inflamed -
bronchial mucous mem- .n ; ... .
branes.Tell TOUT druggist to sell you t .' .M'
a bottle of Creomululon with tile nn? .'- .
B-F Goodrich must Ilka the '
quickly allaa7you conch or you are
to aav..TOW Koney back.


FIRST IN RUBBER fofCoosh",Cknt cold,,i roec!itis,

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. brother Rev. C. B. North, last -

111 i,LrrTIO.V IfTEY.h. *. e TO. BE. .IIELD. Sunday."weekend.The Miss, Mrs.Bradford Doris was H. the C.Starling guest Wainwright County of of her Singing Jacksonville last slater !1'A.Church & Sunday School -Guide .!i' '

'lIIDual City Election will Convention will meet In the Law- !I
with the folio Methodist ..:- I
DeC. 3 tey Church on Sunday .
on --- -- -- ----- -- J
be elected: Nov. 24, at 2:30:
ot1icers'rthal. one mayor, one the special features p. will m. Among be the Story of Bible Translations; Shown In FilmPictured .ll} :\

1 IIId three councilmen for singing: of the Southland Harmony .. ..... ..... .
So far onlyedidates Quartet of ." ,
terms. Station WRUF.J. T
1" announced:
have :J. Smith of Baldwin spent .
and L.
for mayor, last
f'bIIJlp8' Saturday and Sunday with
l"fm clerk. his family here. ft1 I;

fRTY Frank Wells of Leeaburg was
\ R. CrewS entertained visiting his family last weekend. \\1
C. party for Vera Mrs. Wells Is visiting her mother, .

birtJII1IIY on her Nov( third U. Mrs.anlversary L. W.addrs Mrs.Mrs.Effie A. D.Miner.Crosby of Starke Ii. ib'aYe Worldwide Bible Reading

daY. L. P.Rafuse' as- was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. :J

; Crews in entertaln- L. H. Futch last week while Mr. J THANKSGIVING TO CHRISTMAS
people. Refresh Crosby was attending the Farm! ,
*"gsMlsted young! of birthday cake, Bureau Convention In Miami. Y .'i

JUKI c Coca Colas. Those'i Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bush, Mr., ., !!
? Vera were Loca and and Mrs. Nathan Starling and The Worldwide Bible Reading Program to be observed between Thanksgiving :J

flUb Ratuse, Fertel Jean Ran- I Harold Starling were visitors to ...,-...:.. and Christmas, is a plan to get people all over the world to read the same Bible ::1

L Carol Fay Bradley.JBowe I Jacksonville last Saturday.Mr. .... . selections dally between those two dates, November 28th to December 23th. This I{
( Gloria Nettles and and Mrs. Glover were din- ',.., '.,:: ... special effort Is sponsored again thin. year by the American Bible Society and has 1,1

n Crawford. l ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ra : ->: '.." a* its central 'day Universal Bible Sunday, December 8th. The theme selected for :,
fuse last >
week Sunday.Mr. the 1946' program Is "The Word of Power for a Power Agen and the dally read- '
evening of last and Mrs. D. W. Starlingand L .. "..
ay C. M. Miles "" Ings feature some of the "Spiritual Pioneers" of the Bible who found the "Word of I
of Miss Alene Starling of Or- f.:
hOme /
: !
yet ; :: .. Power" for the In which called to live Ii' i
I!81ly destroyed by fire. lando were guests of Mr. and .. !- : !' age they were i

was not at home but Mrs. Edwin Starling last Satur- .....;.Vi.. .,.'. .::1
Intel gave the alarm and day and Sunday. --" Last year people In over 20 nations shared In the reading. The program Inaugurated I :

and friends quickly as- Rev E. M. Teter and family above is a scene from tlnctly religious message. It I by the Bible Society In 1944 was the outcome of a letter sent by'a lonely ,i

j and succeeded In remov-' spent Saturday night with Mr. "The Book for the World of To- shows the Important place of the young marine In Guadalcanal, asking his mother to join him In reading each day, "

sand of the furniture from and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and fam- morrow", which Is being shownat Bible in our land and In others; at the same time, a similar passage of Scripture.A .
II'' home. It is believed ily. On Sunday Rev. Teter delivered and how, through the devoted
started from a de- the sermon at the Wood- various churches this week by
fire labors of It came to
1M the many men Laymen's National Sponsoring Committee assists the Bible Society In the i Ii,
Rev. W.
J. Churchwell
cb1mney.Ie) lawn Baptist Church. pastorof be the Book for the world of yesterday
U. S. W. E. the promotion of the program. Members of the committee this year Include Norman ,
Harrell! of the Mr. and Mrs. Bush. First Methodist Church. today, and tomorrow.
netting\ his mother, .Mrs. Mrs. Lorraine Guerrant and H. The final showing will be In the Among the Interesting sequences Corwin Joseph E. Davies, Genera Dwight D. Eisenhower, Harvey S. Firestone Jr., \'

larrell this week." E. Futch enjoyed an ovster SUI>- Starke Methodist Church Sunday are the first printing from Miss Helen Keller, Admiral C. W Nlmit, Drew Pearson, the lion. Francis B. Sayre I,,;

ud Mrs. O. J.: Phillips p rwith 'theNathan. Starling evening at 7:30: o'clock. movable metal type In Europe by and Channing H. Tobias.) ),;

iIIII i Edith CoUIns attended family last Saturday night. Produced by the American Gutenberg; how a translation Intoa ,

;wa1 of R. B. Lee at The- Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews and Bible Society this picture rep- foreign tongue Is actually Every available method of distribution la sought by the Bible Society In makingthe
children were Sunday guests of resents a new departure in the made and the of the Vul-
L kit Wednesday. ; story bookmarks which list the dally passages easy of access to those planning; to
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Page. making of movies with dla-
a translation St. Jerome.
[ud Mrs. U H. Hill at- attending gate by join In the dally readings) They will be distributed by the millions In churches, In
Among those from Lawtey -
the funeral of, Miss) AmeIn the circus In Jackson- camps, aboard ahlps, In pay envelopes, on store counters In mailing, by chaplains

Starke last' Thursday. ville last Saturday were Mrs. H. Lawtey Baptists LONGEST BIBLE WORD by pastors by house to house visitation and from enlghbor to neighbor. The book

ta. W. Roberts returned to C. Kelly and sons Mrs. Joyce Call New PastorThe The longest word In the BibleIs marks are available In quantity, from the American Bible Society, New York or

iOII/last Friday after spend- Futch and children and Miss a boy's name: Mahpr- halal- any of its branch offices, to anyone who Is interested It Is expected the distribution

_, l days with her father, Ellthe Collins. Lawtey Baptist Church has hash-baz. This Is given in the of the bookmarks will top last year's high of 20000000.

Mum In Deland. Miss Barbara Moore spent the recently called the Rev. O. V. first verse of the eighth chapterof

and Mrs. M. B. Futch and weekend in Jacksonville with her Lee of Tampa for its pastor for Isaiah.

m visited Mr. and Mrs. S. aunt Miss Rachel Boyer at the the next year and he, with his

i last Saturday. YWCA. While In Jacksonville family, will shortly occupy the First Baptist Church"The : +

ud Mrs. J. E. North and Barbara visited the fair. parsonage at Lawtey DIRECTORYKINGSLEY
ai Mrs. C. DF North ofwere Miss Mary Jo Royal of Tampa Rev. Lee Is a young man witha CHURCH Gospel confronting Pag

guests of theirNGTEES spent the weekend with her cousin pleasing personality and the .-, .--- .- .. --- anism" will be the' lesson for
Ann Moore. people of Lawtey should feel hon- Sunday School at the First Baptist ?
has ored to have this Church, followed by the
Rev. G. V. Lee of Tampa young preacherin every 2nd and -4th Sundays,
accepted the call extended by the the community.Rev. BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday -Church School, 10 A. M. Morn- 11 a. m. and 7:30: m. Sunday morning worship service at 11a.

Lawtey Baptist Church and he Lee will begin his pastorate School, 10 A. M. Preaching, 11 Ing Worship 11 A. M. Youth Fellowship School every Sunday p., 10 A. M. m. with a sermon by the pastor -

1L\, S. Tst sd.-.sdp-beating, and Mrs. Lee and two daughterswill here Sunday Dec. 1. A. M. B.T.U., 6:43: P. M. Preaching ,7 P. M. Evening Wor- B.T.U. 7:00 P. M. ftev G. E. Cut- the Rev. L. D/ Haines

pn>Wic. High .1 content.tM move into the pastorium In Rev. E. D. Boyer former pastor -' 7:43: P. M. Prayer Meeting ship, 7:30: P, ::1\(. Prayer and Praise, shaw Pastor. Training Union for all ace
the near future. I has been asked to conductthe each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. Louis M.' groups meet at 8:19: for a discussion
Mbctfen, 0f'CW' NOW Service Wednesday 7:30: p,
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Starling services at the church here L. Wainwright, Sunday School I)E )AN BAPTIST CHURCH of tll'topic, "A Financial
next and his friends Superintendent. Fannie Silcox,, Woman's Society 1st Tuesday Program for Our Church".
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sunday many i Sunday School 3 P. M. Preaching The
MICA.NtlBSKsUKS Futch of Callahan last Friday. are asked to be present., BTU Director. Services Every '3:30: P. M. Church located Walnut ', 4 P. M. Prayer Meeting each: evening' worship service, known
The Sunday School pupils of Sunday. Everybody .Welcome.I i and Jefferson Street Rev. W, J. Thursday 7:80: P. M. Church located a. the Happy Hour brine an

/ the Baptist Church enjoyed a 'Bible Sunday' Set Chnrchwell,' Pastor' : at Brooker Fls. Rev. C. A evangelistic-fnecsage with 30 minutes

chicken supper last Thursday In Methodist Church CORINTH BAPTIST CHURCH Crosby, Pastor. i I of favorlt choruses and
at the school cafeteria. Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundays FIRST PRESBYTERIANS hymns'
night each teacher with 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m., Rev C. .-Sunday School I, 9:43: CHURCH OF GOD. Sunday The Mid-week Prayer Service
GIVE After supper Sunday, Nov. 24, will be observed -
played games suitableto P. Padgett, pastor. Sunday School A. M. Morning Worship 11 A. M. School 10 A. M. Morning WorshIp will be devoted to Thanksgivingpraise
her glass "Bible In the
All present as Sunday" every Sunday 10:3O: a. m. TrainIng Ladies) Auxiliary, 2nd 4th Tuesday 11 A. M. Evening Worship and testimony, Immediate.
Your Portrait the age group. Methodist Church, in acoordance
reported a very nice time. with a movement sponsored by Union every Sunday evening *. 7U3: P. M. Y.P.E. Tuesday 7:13: : ly following the-'study course at
6:19; Public cordially invited to P. M. Prayer MeetliTg, Thursday 6:15 of .,'
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wall Sr. Bible for th ;book.+ "Building a
the American Society .
This Christmas moved to the attend all eervlcea.DOATDBAIN BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH. 7:13: P. M. Church located at Christian Itome'V! The regularThursday
of Lake City have Increased emphasis on the Bible M. MornIng .
School 10 A. .
in -Sunday eighth &:: St. Clair Streets. Services -night Bib! study classwill
home they recently purchased during the Thanksgiving to 11 A.- M. B.T.U. 7:13:
BAPTIST CHURCH. ,Worship ) every Sunday. Rev W. A.
this fam- meet at 7:30: o'clock to continue -
We At the 11 0'-
Lawtey. Christmas period. 7:30 P. M. Prayer
P. U.-PrechUff. Smith. Pastor,
-Sunday School 10 A. M. MornIng '' the-study' of 'the book
ily to our little town. clock service the putor will each Wednesday 7:30P. :
and 11 A. M. B.T.U. 7 "From Pentecost to
Worship Patmos"
Joe Forsyth ,
Mr. and Mrs. 'The Book of Books"and Pastor,
family of Hampton were visit- speak at on the 7:30 service the MO- P. M. Evening Worship 7:30: P. M. Rev. C. A. Crosby, BETHEL BAPTIST-Rev. R. L. based on the Book of the Act.
Service each Tuesday Lee, pastor Sunday School each' ,
In Lawtey last M. Prayer ; :
their friends Book of the
ing tion picture, "Tho NEW RIVER MISSIONARY BAPTIST -
Meeting I Sunday 10 a. m. B.T.U. each Sunday
Saturday afternoon. World Tomorrow", will be shown. 8 P. M. Cottage Prayer CnURClIServlces every Thanks Service SetA l
sit each Thursday 7:30: P. M. Church i 7 p. m.: Evening Worship
the Beau- A. M. "
Another film, "America tat and 3rd Sundays at 11
located 3 1-2 miles southeast of i each Sundays p. m.; Mid-Week special Thanksgiving Service .1!
tiful" will also be shown at this .Rev. Truby Parrlsh, Pastor. Public ,
Starke. Rev. C. C. Harris, Pas I Prayer Service each Wednesday will be bald Thul'lldsymorning, '.
YOUR WATCH service. cordially invited.
The Service Flag of the church tor. 8 p. m.Men's. Nov. 28, at 10 o'clock In the

Best will be furled Sunday morning at WATEROAK D\PTIST-Servlcel Methodist Church. The public U
The Gift That OnlyYou Deserves a special service, and all parents FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH every tat and 3rd Sundays at 11 Bible Class Invited to attend, and all cburehee\\
Bible School, 10 A. M. Preaching, and worshipper are Invited to I
loved and friends are asked A. M. and 7:30: P. M. Sunday '
ones Elects New OfficersThe
11 A. M.
Can Give w 1st and 3rd Sundays M. have a part. :
to be present. The Lake Juna- and 7:30: P. M. Mid-Week Prayer School every Sunday 10 A. .",
luska Memorial, a permanent 7:30 P. M.Woman's Rev. G. E. Cutshaw, Pastor.WOODLAWN Men's Bible Class of the
'Ioid the Rush See us tidt memorial, will be explained by Service, Wednesday Missionary Council: business 1- First Baptist Church met Tuesday Bible Story Hour 1

'1ft Appointment Today Mrs. Artha Wood. meeting at the church 1st MISSIONARY night at the church for an The community Bible Story .
Choir practice Is held each Sat- 3:30 m. at Churchfor BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday election of officers) and an oyster I Clans met Tuesday afternoon In
Thursday : p.
. HALLMARK. at the church and School, 10 A. M. Morning Worship served the Twen .
urday evening business, And social meeting; supper, by men. the Methodist Church reoreotlon
GREETING CARDS REPAIRTrustworthy all persons who enjoy singing are 3rd Thursday 3:30: p. m. at placeto 11 A. M. Song Service, 8 P. ty-five member were present to building. at 3:30: o'clock. Many
urged to attend and help with announced.ST. M. Prayer Meeting each Wednes- enjoy the fellowship and A. J. adult visitor were noted among
Our selection of other Service the new Christmas music which be < day 7:30: P. M. B.T.U. Friday 7:30: Thomas, teacher of the class, the 104 children The feature of '..

_GIFTS and TOYS has just arrived. MARKS'. EPISCOPAL P. M. Church located 3 miles spoke on the great need of local the afternoon was movies, and .

F. Strong You are invited to make this Church School 10 A. M. Morning west of Lawtey. Rev T. C. WU- mission work and the challengethat the film shown Included "Am- h

lollywood Cameraand Harley your church home while In the ,Prayer and Sermon, 11 A. M. llama, pastor. Is every Christian's to enter erica the Beautiful". "The Book 'L f
city. 1st Sunday) Into mission activities. of the World of Tomorrow"- ::1
St. (Holy
Gift Shop 137 West Call Litany and Intercession. Friday SPONSORSOf The following officers were elected a technicolor bird picture. Following ,

CAMP BLANDINQ JEWELER First PresbyterianSunday 7:30: P. M. Holy Days, 10 A. M.. for the new year: R. B. the program candy sticks '
I&I1 Street at Railroad SINCE 1941 Holy Communion. Church open The Church Page Alvarez president; Roy V. Turner were given to all the children. I
at 11 o'clock Steve Weldon and C. Cutchlng.
morning I dally for prayer and rest. Ser- attendance vice president; ,"
', Dr. J. Warren Kaufman, ..upply'pa vice Center open dally for recre- Market Wesley L. Andrews fellowshipvice operated the movie projector. f
tor, will have a* his theme ation. Church St. at Jackaon. Tip Top Super president; H. A. Lawson
"The Final Authority" at the Alvarez Store ministries vice president; J. F.
WORRY"l? Presbyterian Church. Everyone LAWTEY BAPTIST CHURCH. Hollywood Camera Klckllter, secretary; E. D. Tenly,' FirstPresbyterian :I:

."y knows that God is finality, although Sunday School, 10 A. M. Morning treasurer i ii
the average man is unwilling WorshIp 11 A. M. Young; People's & Gift Shop i Church
I j jI
to admit this fact and be Meet, 7 P. M. Evening Service H. C. Wall Agency ; ju
l 4eeas"SHOWER-PRU by It. 7:3O: P. M. Prayer Service, Wednesday Carpenter'sCocaCola Lawtey ,
guided O'Brien, professor of No-! 7:30: P. M. Rev. G. V. I Baptist Church I,
Dr. Bottling Co. Services Sunday i
CLOTHES University says "We Lee, Pastor. J. E. Wall, Jr.,
YOUR tre Dame His footprintsupon S. S. Supt. Leila's 11:00 A. M.\ 'j
S6.WMr4 know God I Sunday School: 10 A. M. .
r- our amusing new earth and His handwritingin Koch Drug Store
Now your cold, PISE.EL BAPTIST.-Sun Services 11 A. M8. P. M. -
process protectS suds'. costs. the heavens." He la Infinitely M. Morning Tyus' Dry Goods Wednesday 8 m. J
lreplaccable revealedin day School, 10 A. p.
almost supremely
sacs, ca".ill' sad lip cover'sgausstshrinksge perfect and God-man Is Jesus Christ. Worship 11 A. M. SOng Service Driggers' Furniture Co. Mid-Week Prayer Service I Hear f
...... i+.f-I. pcotecct the Worship, 7:30 P.
1011 of dtsp save that of the 7 P. M. Evening Itobbin t
rnoisnlr All language I Dr. Kaufman
Meeting, Bible Study,
stain' God and M. Teachers
deep ingrained falls to describe Co. A Cordial Welcome I ,
Guess and Bible, P. M. Mid-Week Hart Furniture
,. 7:30
m d harino4 Son. A cordial Monday I
such as "CO"eI te His only begotten 7:30P. Guest; F'aator
Wednesday, Hank at Starke
srments Is extended to all who Prayer Meeting. Florida Extended to All

Givcs and .11Jour would. expect she would welcome know more fully the waysof M. Rev. W. E. Hall Pantor. Mike Maruca I I I J 1
Of couN4
service rom your dependd Cod.CHIANG.

seer .,4 quality able qual.IY cleaners, hna KAI-SHEK INSCRIBESInscribed First Christian St. Mark's YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND SERVICESIn

on the flyleaf of New Episcopal Church The

Testaments now being distributedto President Church FIRST METHODIST CHURCHA
'UIICTISj Chinese Kai-shek are characters Church School 10 A. M. Friendly Church In A Friendly '
Chiang are: Itev. D. A. Greek, I .
written In his own hand. They Morning Prayer and Community t
mlng al wu (kindness to the Guest Speaker I
i jen creation). The Sermon -11 A. M. I -
to all
people, love Sunday Nov. 21

STARKE DRY CLEANERS Generalissimo dorsed the campaign ha personally to put the en- 11 A. 31. 7:30 P. I.I Church open-dally for prayer I I Special- Thanksgiving Service \

hands of his and rmt. Servlr Center open Nov. 28 10 A. M. ,
Thurs. ,
Scripturecooperating Bible Societies recrratlosL. ,
Bible School 10 A. 11. dally
PIIO E including the American Bible I I ,

13' and LAUNDRY .ST.1RLE. Society Tillable.are makIng thlt Books I


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\ ,. I announce the By Lucille C. Conner D C. Ottii.. known as William Mobley, known: seal. at Srarkeember -
Births vember IT, In Alachua County Keystone Heights Stark, Fla Oafendant. Cane No. 6239. Ton are required to appear onDecember 20, Florhl
I T. Frank 1848
Thursday Landrum. 1046, in
arrival of a baby girl on ORDER OP PUDLICATION 23 the above
Hospital.Gainesville Mrs. Johns AlachuaCounty Atty. for Plf. 11.22 4t I2-1J named Court and cause wherein (OFFICIAL HEAL)
14, at
Mr. and Mr. T. S. Hutto of is the former Miss Jewell Carter. plaintiff ,seeks divorce. Tlradfdrd Aa Clerk or laid" Co
Hospital Gainesville. Mrs. IX: CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD STATE Or FLORIDA TO: shall Z.t'h H.
Telegraph publish
Starke, announce the arrival of a Mr. and :Mrs. J. D. Grlffla/ of I Hall Is the,former Miss Margie COUNTY.CKH1- FLOUIUAI CHAM William Otis, known as, William i Order County In next four weekly Iniiuee.Witness this. ylll., Fla.DoUa-lasH. Dot
r r. daughter, born Sunday Novem Theressa announce the arrival of McMillan of Starke.Mr. Verna Otis Plaintiff, vs. William Mobley whose residence Is un- my hand and official Atty, for Pit I

ber 17, at St. Luke's Hospital, a daughter Marcia Lynn at Ala and Mrs. Morris Johns, of I
Jacksonville. Mrs. Hutto the chua County Hospital Gainesville -Hellbronn' Springs announce the
. I former Miss Irene Denmark. on Sunday November 17. birth of a son on Sunday, November -
! Mr and Mrs L. A. Johns of Mra. Grlffla la the former Miss 17 In Lake Shore Hospital
[, Starke announce the birth of a Ruth Zelgler. Lake City. Mra. Johns is the' Clothingand STARKSat.
baby daughter born Sunday, No. Mr. and Mrs Henry Hall of former Miss Iris Sapp.

" Mr. and Mrs. William Robert
I'I Ward, Starke, boy (William ShoesFOR
I'. 6-MONTH-OLD WIRE-PEN, LIVETURKEY'S Robert Jr.), November 15.
Mr. and Mrs. George Tetstone
I Brooker girl November 18.
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(, & Egbert rICRY.. Case vs.D.Jencenla No.Courcey PTLANDNOTCEOAPPEAIrt Orannur Ornnger, .Plaintiff .rend.ant. The Entire Family AT SHOW GROUNDS JUST SO


i: :. \r () O Jencunla.You unknown are Oranger:required, whose to appear resldencIs on Every day is bargain day

December Sard. 1946 In the above
. <) named Court and cause, wherein
, "1.P.. Order County plaintiff Witness In Telegraph next seeks my tour divorce band shall weekly and publlnh Bradford"..official..u.a.this atthe * *

Btarke. Florida this 15th
neat at
,. ,,",& "." day of November 1946.
(OFFICAL'SEAL:) A. :J. Thomas,
As Cleric of said Court.
Iy Lucille C. Conner D. C. STAR StoreYOU
SOt Pound John.J. Hendemon. E"<1., St. Augustine -
Fla.. Atty. for 'It.
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, Take first graded road on left after crossing Blanding Bars Uutledu Watt, Plaintiffs vs.
Watt. Defendant. Case,No8331ORDER
I spur track crosses Keystone Highway 1.2 mile south 1.L. OF PUBLICATION r 1iWRsITEAT

: of Starke (Old Green Newsome place). AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
K: Ouy U Watts, whose residence and
address In: P. O. Box fi04 Lanches-
Houth Carolina::
I. t"rt are required to appear on
, December 23rd, 1946. In the above .
i'I named Court and cause, wherein
( plaintiff eeeke divorce. Bradford +
j County Telegraph shall publish this at er
I n f1'ft. R ( Order In next four weekly issues.Witness TNM Meavu..Ste oeslr ni01Ti,
' h t g AYO.. my hand and official sealat nits IbOM CONQUEletq COIMIJEa1
FLA. Starke Florida this November STUPENDOUSLY PRESENTING
As Clerk of said Court. GREEN'SSTORE ax TKNTS oo p> :,DAILY etewitsII66ER
K' One Day Only''- Thurs., Nov. 28 TRIUMPH OF COLOSSAL+s- ACNIEYIMENT$

r Ches "Cupid" DavisAND W.C.T. U.

F': HIS A young cigarette smoker x r'r
watching the monkey In the
;. All zoo, asked the keepers "Will It
American Barn Dance
do any harm to offer one of Reasonable Priceson
them a cigarette?"

t' .1'' 10 PEOPLE 10 "Not a bit", replied the
l keeper. "He wouldn't touch It. ..
"oj A monkey Ixn't a* big a fool
,11 THREE SHOWS Copied from Florida Good Meats & GroceriesPlace All Eenpeleg Ep.qI i CreWMi:i greatest Skews
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t 25c & 75c TRAINEe 5NlMM CMgMOt

YouthfulHillbilly your order now for dressed'I $ e
Three for 91.23 Six two-fam \ 3
ily size) for $2.00 Plus. bent I
Turkeys or Chickens for .
literature on Chayote obtainable ThanksgivingWe p SEATS OD j
-Reprints of UJ3.D.A. CIr- 5
Radio Stars
cular 280 Yearbook Separate,

On ParadeIn Magazine Article Newspaper ,.;
Article all Illustrated) also my
own suggestion, postpaid. Lit Will
Person Be Closed All
erature alone (at approximate
cost procurement and
distribution) SOc. Order Nowl! Thanksgiving -
Ypafve heard Them On The Radio Now .
.. 1-Bee, Them In Person City FloridaCarpenter's TELEPHONE 86 'DELIVERY SERVICE

CUES "CUPID" DAVIS-Famous IllUbllly Comedian. .
;: ELSIE JONES-The Little Girl with the Big Fiddle.
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BRAD MALONE- Texas) Cowboy-Late'of Roy Rogers GET THE --

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JOB: IILACK-Electric Mandolin.

PAUL LUNSroitD-The Romeo of IIIUblD).. /

f. COUSIN V1CK-Fiddling Favorite. .

i, WANDA JUNE: LANQSTON IKK The -Personality Texas' Gift Girl.to ,Radio 3 I Is ALL THE FRIED CHICKE

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: O"It rotf...,c ';"BRADfORD COU.ECTNION TrWOy TELEGRAPH GJ.A 1,4 lITTERi MAIL;: :.\j jtoa

NOw com ONLY 5 CENTS AN 01.
J : Official County Publication Established 1877

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I e Court (SEAL) nc cmcrrr cornr. IIIIAUHOIIUcoiivrv. IM fiitrriT roi'HT. BRADFORD
: By Lucille C. Conner, 1>. C. fr-i.uuioti IM' CHAN. ('Oi'V'r'Y, FI.OHIUAI IN) CIIN. ;
Ii School New River Pine Level Carlton and Brown, Aottorn y for CKHY.Kenneth< (-KHY. 1
Journal Montague Crummer, Plain Ann Dulln Rnfflnfl. Plaintiff, v. fc j
tiff vs. Iron* Ktta Crummor, De Chart C. Rufflno, Defendant Case i '
Ry The School By Mn. H. M. McIU! 1:v CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD I fendant.ORDER Case OF No.PUBLICATION 6091. No. 6184. IJ,',


r NEWS FROM -B' JUNIOR IHGII Rev and Mrs. Truby Parrlsh. Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRae, M. U. Taylor: Plalnllft ..a. Mollie : STATE Crummer] OF, whose FLORIDA residence to: IreneEtta and STATE OF FLORIDA to, CharlesC. jaddress
Taylor, Defendant. Care No 110111. Uufflno, whose residence
BIIADFORD mOD The following students have filled their regular appointmentat Mr. and Mrs Robert Taylor, ORDER OF APPEAR address Fcnton, Michigan Is: "07 Ho. Leltoy Street, Is: SIB Fl. list Street New .
jCUOOL NEWSyitorlnChlef moved from our school, and we the Baptist Church Sunday I AND NOTICIB TO You are required to appear on York. New York '\
e and Mrs. H. M. McRae were visiting STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mollie required to on ;
miss them December ,. 194, In the above You are appear
greatly: dinner
Marjorie morning They were .
By- Taylor, whose residence and address -
December 9, 1940 In the above
e named Court and cause, whereinplaintiff
f Ington. Edna Waters, Delmar guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. i Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall U unknown. seeks divorce. Bradford named Court and cause wherein

tackle Rselli'e Matthews, and Mazie Johnson.We Andrews and family. in Jacksonville Sunday. They You are required to appear on County Telegraph shall publish this; plaintiff seeks 1: : l..PUh'J.d; '
December I, lice, In t b. abovo Order In next four weekly County Telegraph this
will all be glad when Char Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Andersonand also visited the bedside of Mrs. named Court and cause, whrlnilalntlft Witness my hand and .a.uea'i Ordnr In next. tour weekly: issues
Editor seeks. dlvorr. Bradford seal at Stark, Florida, this Witness hand and official
les my 'I
Society Strickland is able children of Deland the F. L. Connors who
to be spent returned
back to
County TeUcraph ( this her I. 11148. I seal at Mtarke, Florida.. this Novem- ,
Marion Brown 4i i In school. He has been sick for weekend with her mother Mrs. her home from St. Luke's Hospital Order In next four weekly liauca (OFFICIAL SEAL' A. J. Thomas bor 8, I94. '"
several weeks. M. Gibson. Wltnom my hand and official All Clerk of said Court. OFFICIAL SEAL) A.J.; Thomas, i'
seal at Starke, Florida, this October Rivers and Anderson, Oroen CoveSprings
iT on Friday of last week. As Clor knf said Court.
Spurts Editor: 1 We all sympathize Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward are I 18, 1948.OFFICIAL Florida I'I', frank I.Knilrum, Stark., Fla.Atty. .
Steve Weldon greatly with I Owen McRae and Mn. J W. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Aura for Plf. 11.8 41 1L13 for Plf. II.II 4t 1119 i
4i Mrs. Shepherd over the death of the proud parents of a baby boy I Aa Clerk of aald Court. 1'1
her brother. Robert Jr. born Friday Nov. 15: McRae have accepted the gram- n. O. Iirown Stark, Florida ---- -- -
Aetr for Plf. 11- et It-ia
Student Advisor Law f Mrs. Myrick Is substituting for !in. Starke. mar school at Clay Hill and will Southern Lumber Company10th
Mrs. Edna Hart for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns and begin teaching there Monday.Mrs. COUNTY FLORIDA IN -.IA>- St. Two Blocks: East of Depot
e eEDTO11 1: children spent Sunday In-Gaines W. E. Hall and Mrs. H. ("IaR y. \
We '
sorry to lose .Airs. Edward Lamar Phillips Plaintiff, Fla.
yule with :Mr. and Mrs. C. P. M. McRae and Starke
were sitting In the Chaffin from our building, but grandson, Ralph v. Ruth Phillips Defendant Case II
you Cowen. They fixed< a birthday Hall were visitors to Palatka No 6169. I
, last night did you think Mrs. Searing consented to finish ORDER!: OF PUBLICATION ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER
dinner for Mrs. Johns and Fred Friday.Mr. ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR
entertainment her term, and we are much _.
of ; very -- - -- ------
trod and Mrs. Russell Thomas STATE: OP FLORIDA to: Ruth
tiered: ? By "he" I'mean.. pleased. die.E. rela- htlllps, whoa r..l and children were visiting
brother and Blanche A. Sapp was In Gainesville No I, Heflln, Alabama.
1.b8Dd. son Edwards, Chairman You required to on
tives in Starke Friday. .n appear
,ar friend serving with>.the last Friday. December I, 1(44, In the above or Stumpage noughtComplete
of occupation'overseflSp.I HUNTING Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrews I.V: CIRCUIT CODIIT. BRADFORD named Court and cause, wherein -- -
plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford
oppose you did then I'for When a fellow's tired whose work were shopping: In Lake City last COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN County Telegraph shall publish this .. I;

I& us go to a show for '#rebut '- Is done, Thursday.Mr. William'. Theus, Plaintiff, va. Order In next four weekly l suee.Witness .
my hand and official I
Case No.
I expect you have He may go home and get his and Mrs. Carl Ward and 6175.Father 1 Theua, Defendant. seal at Stark. Florida, this October Service

about it at' one timeer. gun Mr. and Mrs. Guy Plnholster of ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR OFFICIAL 14, 19411.SEAL) A..r. Thomas, f::
To him it's church Aa Clerk of said Court.It. .
only seeking fun, Jacksonville atended ser STATUS OF FLORIDA to: ..1.thuTh..u.
it can you do to make sure When he goes hunting.He vices here Sunday. ., whoaeseideno.. and addressla arksonvlllo, 1[. Duncan Fla.tty. 817. Lynch Bid*. ::.... Looks like It's going to be

wtertalned? Give to'' the Alvin Kite and son Donnie You unknown.are required to appear on for pit. 11-1 n 11-11 == a long time yet before +,

'The! U.S.O. Is going': to be has no time to fear or hate,, made a business trip to Gaines- December J, 146, I In the above many of us get that new
He isn't eager to be great, named Court and cause, wherein 1.1: CIRCUIT' COURT BRADFORD -.11
ltd through 1947 for the His ville and Macclenny Monday. plalntltf Beaks divorce. Bradford COI'MTY FLOIIIUVI IN: CHAN') : car ,we've been waiting for. !i{
orMpltal ) thoughts are clear, he's never Telegraph shall publish this CI oily.Bruce .
I of that man overseas County < Therefore It's more Im-
late, :Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Nettles and Order In next four weekly Issue Mlms, Plaintiff vs. RrnnleIms ,
somewhere"", hut they When he son Elbert and Mrs. H. L. Johns, Witness my hand and official Defendant Case. No. 6177. Certified portant than ever to let weLubrication
goes hunting.A seal at Stark, Florida, this October ORDER OF PUBLICATION
pur Jackie and Conway Rouse attended 81, 1B40.OFFICIAL ANn NOTir-E TO APPEAR keep your old car In A>1
Grace Osborne who fe.fn fellow isn't thlnkln' mean, the 84th birthday dinner for ( anAL) A..1. Thomas, STATE OF FLORIDA to: HennleIms condition.
of this, gave a very In* An Clerk of said Court. ( whoa residence and address
of Ralford.Mr.
Because he chance to Whitehead
gets a Mrs. :Mary Zaoh It. Dnualas, Onlnesvllle Fla. I" unknown.
l talk liere at school last dream, and Mrs. Wilbert Mann AU). for Plf. 111 4t 11-2J You are required to appear on Washing Polishing Waxing
1m December 9, 146, In the above
stressing several k
lajr His thoughts are mostly good and and small daughter Marlon Kayof IV' THK rlllCFIT Coin IN AND named Court and cause, wherein STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
it points. clean Ocala were visiting Mr. and FOIL lllttltFOUn COUNTY.) FLORIDA ,plaintiff seeks divorce, iTnilfnrd 1'

mare 391 Bradford' County When he goes hunting.He Mrs. H. L. Johns Sunday. They IN CHANCERY Order bounty In Telegraph float tour shall weekly publish Inauea.this '
sttrvlce right .now.. if.ap* also attended the birthday dinner. Time No. 1183 Witness my hand and official L. B. Alvarez Service Station "
jutely J3 per man is con doesn't knock his fellow men, JUDY M. TOLPALAR a minor, seal at BtarUe, Florida, this Novem-
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Moody were IN HE:: ADOPTION BY bar I. 1(46.OFFICIAL. .
(< we will have,, more than Nor harbors any grudges I.Alti. H. HAHTON and ( SEAL) A..1. Thomas, ii
Ave. Call
Lake Thursday. Temple at St
our $1000 quota, at the then; shopping In City MAHOUKRITK TOLPALAR BAR Aa Clerk of said Court ,

Mrs A fellow's at his finest when Hog-killing Is really taking TON, his l wits, J. R. Harrlnon. Jacksonville Fla. ..
in Give today and, as NOTICE': TO APPEAR ,Atty. for Plf. ll4t 11-19 .. r, .
M luggested. think ;of your He goes huntln. place In our community. Now TUB STATE OF FLO1UDA-TO: I ... ._u..u._- -
arrived Nathan Tnlpnlur" EH<].,
ftutlon as going' directly -toorloe that cooler weather has ... fjl" *
19 H.' W. Jefferson tPortland &$'. .
man you know. "FLYING HIGH" farmers are losing no time. Oregon. ,' ,1 *t(fl JH iLLX

In the summer 1945, I flew to The Tidewater oil company is .Petition You are hall hereby been tiled notified. In the that Circuit a i1K > ; .. \

GRADE NEWS Detroit, Michigan I boarded an from Court for Bradford CountyFlorida ;; ; ,gyp.,
In Its equipment
moving ,
aarl ft !
In Chancery by 'rf-js
t month the Junior Class IS-passenger airplane of the East- Louisiana this week. They are Knrtnn and Marguerite Tolpalar
select officers. We elected ern Air Lanes which left Jack- Hurtor tor the adoption of Judy M; !**

frazier Prpelde tt. i-.IJUJy .aonviUa.! ,i airport .Ill ?:15 A.M. A going to drill on M. P. Wiggins'land M.commanded Tolpalur to and ai.penr you In are said hereby Court rY 4lr e- 14.9Y 1,$m til bf v 'w.,,-jw-t.lf.,[ 7 / (

'VlcaPreswentMslvene: !' I I hostess was standing by the door about one ana a half miles on Thursday, A. ,I>.the 1946 6th, day and of show December t r wA i .a,,,. j r/v a'w eloy ;.- rlsf j

y Secretary Selma Ss.pp of the plane and checked our from the school house The community ,- cause. If any why said petition j

rarer, Audrey) Prevatt and names against her list of reser as a whole as well as should not be granted. y n Tin? K iv %
and seal of
WITNESS my hand .<
tit Priest Reporters vations. This was to verify that Mr. Wiggins, hopes this will be said Court at Starke, Florida this
M i candidate for :Miss Brad all passengers were on board. 4th day of November, A. D. 1141.
a success. A J. Thomas, Clerk, Circuit
fton the Junior Class la a
\ When we were all seated and

Kid girt, Edith Manning..She! the engines started warming up

Ij,supported by the Junior the hostess took her place amongus H : rl e vh7S
1 -SIGNS- .,oar t
1tlr6 and gave the command to '
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fortunate hav- : ;
.A "
very belts! Pack- *
safety i
your K- '
'Jocelyn Zeljlerrfor Jun- ages'of gum were offered to the WINDOW LETTERED TRUCKS SIGNS ltOADSlOSS '. 'S: -4e ;' .' <'* ', ( e.J ,.

%ijomor. She. I is Also Home passengers before the plane took feS'**

cues teacher of the was DRAKE SI G N S 305 Church .'A--: : K v:<5
otto The purpose gum
I home room teachers are ?
r to relieve the vibration and pressure X'V
Carver of Gainesville Fla., ; <
before the plane JJ
on ears
racdN. Carson Geiger. with 1t 'lttul't
its altitude. Even '
I 1111.. 1me we lose a good this precaution, your head began & Son / ; Efc >.
member of our class In drums felt R. B. Alvarez
lilt B. Bvington family ofM'bas popping as though and they your were ear bursting. .5i "

moved to Live Oak
Our first stop after we left 1j Sri I,
jQ be missed.
, iiit J"\I". Jacksonville was Charleston S. Transfer & Storage Co. *v .'
SENIOR C. This took about an hour and .1 '-a. 4 tf"fLJ y.7".A-a /.
ten minutes. We came to Raleighand x9 t
D. C. ?
then to Washington .
Ides) Mooney was) born ont
27, 1929 in Alabama Wo winged in over a mass of '

to came to Starka In Sapof government places, plazas distance parks, We operate local and long ,."
From a
and buildings.
the year 1941. He shaft which was the Moving and distance Anywhere in ,,
the -
* ich ol In B.II.S. In the we and the l V< (

R grade and has) ,been go' Washington Monument water-bound ( '", the State of Florida. ,
b school here'ever since. Greek columned, .... ALADDIN'S
Memorial. We saw r t .
to !II vice of the Lincoln ....
r lua. president the dome of the Capitol which Fast Careful Moving ,', was notthu; lmpattant.SOUfC OL i

ball in Mooney the 44. 43 came season.out was our long-awaited thrill. We ltgh rbut,ffer i at'thoFlptdaPovfer / .

"'"7M both full-back and were taken In by the glory of It : arYd Ltght Coznt'ny'rvd,, r''

Wen the team. Mooney leplb all. Sir Walter Scott once said: tastier bread I coe xtairltylbpi11d11 e''fttbdayt' i

of the foot ball team. "Breathes there a man Bake sweeter, .tkt\ ( v-7"Acxxircluag to meurapt wignts'y.ft i ir ;

S hg one of the Tornadoes out. With soul to so himself dead has said I FLEISCHMANN'SYEAST ).f < >> Idle, a nib ol the lamp summoned <*,- .
ball Who never
carriers and -
passHI use "v-
. ,. aslavowho'lnstbnt1y; : | gratified. ;
native '
calls the signals while This is my own, my C ,;
!a the z'' wewouiclhave,
game We hope that land. 1"a : .
1 orderIor
II luccessful in the future After waiting two hours and 1 ? FRESH ., iI' ,' a large hirn.IIOO torts' <

I baa been In the past at forty-five minutes, we were once :;
i I In Starke. seated on one of the Penn- .r;
again : ;: ;
Sports Editor.) sylvania Central Airline planes; : .. than "I
last part of the Journey.On I 'i .tnsulatorspnd more 8,400''
for our
this plane, the passengers x ; transformers! ,& -"
con- 5./ M' t s ; I.
GARDEN which e -
HOSE served "
were listed of fried chicken, green 4 .. $ :;Whlie'thfs critical flhortago is ;,,' I II

25Ft. Sections string beans combination salad "tw "causingdelaysw > are extending ,I ,

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I.V' CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford IV: CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD I IY CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Via U. 11446
COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN.George County Telegraph shall publish this COCVTY FLORIDA 1.V COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAN'CERT. '- County Telegraph shall publish this Italy You: are required to appear on named plaintiff court and ciWe
CERr. Order In next four weekly Issues. CKRY. Order tness .nilfhandv'andyofficialseal December 16, 1946 In the abovenamed County peke dlorce 1
M a r 11 net. Plaintiff vs. Witness Beulah Marie Bennett CRAl'f-1 John Thorn Hazard Plaintiff ... wherein Telegraph .
hand and official and ,
my court cause >>11
t Anne Marie Martlnek Defendant.Case seal at Starlce, Florida this November Joe Harry Bennett .. Katherine P. Hazard, Defendant at Starke Florida, this Novem- plaintiff seeks divorce BradfordCount Order inaBeat four wee
No. 01111.ORDER hi. 1949.OFFICIAL. No. 5180. Case No. 15100.ORDER shall publish this
OF PUBLICATIONAND OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas 1 Telegraph seal at Starreehand an'ember
NOTICE TO ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ORDER OF PUBLICATION' OF1 PUBLICATIONAND ( of said Court. Order In next four weekly Issues. 1 r U48. ..]
APPEAR As Clerk of Raid ourt.. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR NOTICE! TO APPEAR As Clerk D. C. Witness. my hand and official (OFFICIAL .
STATE OF FLORIDA to: AnneMarlei William D. FLORIDA Joa STATE OF FLORIDA TO By Lucille C. Conner SEAL)
Jacksonville OF to: :
Martlnekwhose residenceand Morgan STATE Jacksonville, Fla seal at Starke Florida, this November A. Clerk of A.
address Florida.Atty Harry Bennett,, whose residence and Katherine P. Hasard, whose residence J. K. Skipper 11-8 4t u9IV 14 1918.OFFICIAL said Court. I
TOil I. unknown.to for Plf. 11-8 4t 11.19 address. Is No. I-B Charlotte, Charleston and address I I. 1(6 Boston Atty. for Plf. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Building Jacki i
required on
are appear nvlite
... lp
S. C. Street Salem M.
November 25, 1961, In the above COURT. BRADFORD As Clerk of said Court. for Pit x
named Court and cause, wherein IV CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD" You are required to appear on You are required to appear on FLORIDA IX:' CIIAN.CERT. 1 By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. 11.,
plaintiff seeks divorce.I Bradford COI'N'TV. FLORIDA IV CHAN December 8, 1948 In the above nam- December 19, U48. In the above COUNTY.. I T. Frank Landrum Starke Fla. IN CIRCUIT -; ,
County Telegraph: shall publish this C MItY ed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff named court and cause wherein Francis Jack Saxon, Plaintiff vs.MaagMe Atty. for Plf. U-15 4t 11.6 COUNTY, COURT jq
Order In next four weekly Issues Angela N. Cav.... Plaintiff ".. Anthony seeks divorce Bradford County plaintiff aeeki divorce. Bradford Ellen Saxon Defendant.C"ORDER'OF I CERY. FLORIDA
Witness my hani and official, M. Caves, Defendant. Case Telegraph shall publish this. OrderIn County Telegraph shall publish this IV CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD Ethel Br.Ck".n J1
seal at Htarke Florld.i, this October I No. 5118. next four weekly Issues.. Order In next four weekly Issues' PUBLICATIONAND COUNTY. FLORIDA| IN C1IANCERY. v.. Joseph H. Rogers.
24, 1946 ORDER OF PUBLICATION Witness. my hand and official seal Witness my hand and official NOTICE: TO APPEAR : Case No. 6m. Rogers t
(OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas, AND NOTICE TO APPEAR at Starke, Florida, thl. November seal at Star ", Florida this November -, STATE OF FLORIDA to: Airs Barbara Jackson Plaintiff vs. Joseph AND OF
As Clerk of said Court.. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr. 1, 1946. IS U48. I Maggie Ellen Saxon whose residence H. Jackson Defendant. Case NOTICE PUBLIc
Ky Lucille C. "ono.,., D. C. Anthony M. Cavese. whose residenceand (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J, Thomas,' and address.. Is: Furman No 6204 STATE OF TO A
T. Frank Landrum Htarke, Fin address In: 41 e..rn..ytr..t./: As Clark of said Court. A.* Clerk of said. Court. I' South Carolina. ORDER OF PUBLICATION Joseph 1-1. .FLORIDA.,
Atty. for Plf. 10-2S 4t 11-1 % Mrs. A. Cavese. aim Cove New Hy Lucille C. Conner D. C. By Lucille C. Conner D. C. 1 You are required to appear on AND NOTICE 'TO APPEAR Naval Whose
York Samuel W. Oetion (dalnesville. Flo. Chas R. Hess. S04-05 Realty Bull-, December 8, IMS, I In the above STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Base ChI arlesto9H.
IV CIRCUIT COURT nnlDFOItn You are required to appear on Atty. for J>lf. 11-8 4t 11-28 ding, Jacksonville, Fla.Aty.. for' named. Court and cause. ., wherein. Jackson, whose residenceand ollna:
('OUN'rFLO'UO'! l> CHAN- December 9, 1940, In the above Plf. 11-18 4t n- plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford and'Pa'aJ: !, Is unknown. Monday required te
CFRY named Court and wherein Telegraph. shall publish his are required to appear on Dec.mber
.. cause, IV: CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD County ,
Martha M Palmer Plaintiff ... 18tHwherein .
befendant.d plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford COUNTY. FLORIDA IN C1IANCKHY. IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD Order. In next lour weekly I""U December 16, 1946. In the above the above named
James C. Palmer, a. COurt
shall this Witness hand and officialMeal named court and cause, wherein Plaintiff
County Telegraph publish COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHAN my ....
No. 61(12 .k.
ORDER: OF PUBLICATIONAND Order In next, four weekly Issues.. Robert. If. Lents Plaintiff vs. Elsie (;EltY.O. at Starke Florida this Novem plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Bradford County T..1elrr.
Witness my hand and official .seal Florence Lants Defendant. Case County Telegraph shall publish this publish this Order j
NOTICE TO APPEAR larvey, Plaintiff ? In
at Htarke Florida, this November oWkciAli SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Order In next four weekly issues.Witness weekly I..u.
STATE James N..1111. F
OF FLORIDA to: Carrey Defendant. CaieNo.
hand Witness
and ofticla'seal
of said
6 KMtl As Cleric my my hand
P. Palmer whose residence In un ORDER OF PUBLICATION A20S. Starke, Fla. at Starke and 0
(OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J Thomas, T. Frank Landrum at Starke Florida, this November
known. A.. Clerk of said Court.T AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Atty. for Plf. 11.8 U 11.29IN 14, 1948. i., U48. this i
You am required to appear on. Frank Landrum Starke, Flit. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Elsie NOTICE TO APPEAR (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, (OFFICIAL SEAL)
December 9,
1948 In the above named A.
Court :and wherein plain Atty. for Fl!. 11-8 4t. 11-29 Florence: Lents whose reildence STATE OF FLORIDA TO: CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD As Clerk of said Court. By Clerk of "aid Court,
cause and address In 140 Oskwood Laura FLOHIDAI IN CIIANVERY. D. C. Luclll"
tiff seek divorce. Bradford County : F. Qarvey whose residenceand COUNTY. By Lucille C. Conner C. Conner.
Avenue, North Haled on, New Jer address Starke! Fla, John 3. D.
Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn IN tllirilT COURT BRADFORDCOI I*; 120 Woodslde Village T. Frank Landrum : Henderson F..q ,
next tour-weekly Issues. 'NTY. Fl.OIUOll IV CHAV- soy Stamford. Conn. Francesca Blnotto Betta. Plaintiff Atty. for Plf._ 11-18 4t 12-6 ustlne. Fla., Atty. fhr p
Witness my hand and official CKRV.Carrie You are required to appear onDecember' You are required to appear on va. Camilla Delta, 11-1
seal at Htarke Florida this October Mae Steen Rowley, Plaintiff 2, 1946 In the above December 16. 1946 In tbe above CB"ORDER06OP PUBLICATIONAND IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD. -
66. 1946.OFFICIAL vs. James It. Rowley also knownas named Court and cause, wherein named court and cause, wherein COUNTY. FI.OHIUVI IN CIIAN.CJoRY. NOTICE
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, James. IVtlnker. Cane No R1H9.OHDEH plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford plaintiff eeeka divorce. Bradford NOTICE TO APPEAR NOTICE JS HERFBY:
As Clerk of said Court. OH PUBLICATION County Telegraph shall publish this County Telegraph shall publish this STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Joseph' A. Thomas, Plaintiff vs. ALL WHOM IT
Cham. H. tees, 204-205 Realty Bldg. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Order In next four weekly Issues. Order In next four weekly l..ue*. Camilla Betta whose residence and Agnes C Thomas, Defendant. Case turnTIn ha".. flied MAY
Jacksonville, Fla. STATE OF FLORIDA to James Witness my hand and official Witness hand and official address Is unknown: No. BIDS. th.. of
Atty. for Plf. 11.1 4t 11-22 II Howley also known as Jam..aMlnk.r. seal 1 at Starke, Florida this October seal at Stare my! Florida, this November Ton are required to appear above on ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Norman and will estate
31. 1949.OFFICIAL December 16, 1946 In the NOTICE TO APPEAR on the
whose residence and address 14 1941.OFFICIAL .
IV CIRCUIT COI'n7' MRtDFOim In unknown, ( SEAL!: ) A. J. Thomas ( HEAL) J. named. court and cause wherein STATE OK FLORIDA TO: tloo to theoCounty8'Judq
A. Thomas,
I As of said Court. seeks divorce. BradfordCounty Agnes C. whose residenceand
Clerk plaintiff Thomas .
COUNTY FLORIUAI IX CHAN. You are required to appear on Aa Clerk of said Court. a.
William D. Jacksonville. Telegraph shall publish this address Is: Mount Pleasant Adminiei
CERY.Halton December 9, 1946 In the above Morgan By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. said Samuel J.
F. Johnson Plaintiff v.... named Court and cause wherein. Fla. William D. Morgan, Fifth Floor Order In next four dlyofficial South Carolina. P. O. Box No. 2211 L. L. Renfroe Norman
Alverna Cooper Johnson Defendant. plaintiff( seeks. divorce Bradford Atty. for Plf. 11-1tt 11-22 Clark Building, Jacksonville Fla. Witness my hand You are required to appear on Adm
Cane No. 5186ORDER County Telegraph shall publish this I Atty. for P1!. 11.15 4t ll- seal at Starke,. Florida this November 11.1
OP PUBLICATION Order In next four weekly Insues.Witness 14 1948.OFFICIAL
J. Thomas
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR my hand and official .. (
STATE OF FLORIDA to-: Alverna seal at Starke Florida, this. November CKHY.Vivian IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD As Cleric of said Court.
Cooper Johnson, whose residence. 7. 1940.OFFICIAL. COUNTY. FLORIDA! IN CIIAN. By Lucille C. Conner D. C.
and addre. Is: It. F, D. No.1. ( SEAL A. J. Thomas Wllkens Bostwlck Plain CKRf. T. Frank Landrum Starke, Fla, From where I
Georgetown, Delaware. AM Clerk of said Court. tiff vs. Wllber Delmont Bostwlck Violet Hull QuInn, Plaintiff vs. Atty. for Plf. 11-15 4t 12-6 sit..J.vJoe Ma
You are required to appear on Hy Lucille C. Conner D. C. Defendant Cane No. 6194. James. J. Quinn Defendant Case -
December 8, 1946. In the above R. H/ Duncan Jacksonville, Fla. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND No. 5205. IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD
named. Court amt cause wherein Atty. for Plf. 11-8 4t 11-28 NOTICE TO APPEAR ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND COUNTY. FLOHIUAl IN, CIIAN-
Wllber Delmont Etostwlck whoseresidence STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Salvator'e Clccone Plaintiff, vs. ( Why Bert Won
Jean Clccone Defendant. Case No.
and address Is Headquarters Mr. Jamea J. Quinn whose reel ,
EAT YOURThanksgiving Erlantrln. Air Force Station 5S07.
dance In: SIS Bainbridge Street
APO No. 66, oho Postmaster, New ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND '
Brooklyn( New York. NOTICE TO APPEAR First Prize
York. N. Y.
Tau are required to on
.You are required to appear onDecember December 16, 1846 In the abovenamed M..... Jean Ciccone whose residenceand
DinnerAT 16, 1946 In the abovenamed
court and whereinplaintiff .
Is1845 52nd ( Street
address .
court and cause, wherein eeeka divorce. Bradford weren't surprised when belong with the
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Prooklyn; New York: FoQa enjormej
County Telegraph shall publish this Order County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish IssuesWitness this. Ton are required to appear on Bert Childers won first priM for wholesome beverace of modi
TilE Order. In next four weekly Insues.Witness December It, 1t46. In the abovenamed
my hand and official eat at Btarke my hand Florida and this official November court and cause, Bradford whe..elnplalntllr Ills corn at.the county fair. And Andy of C01U'le.1a i
seal at Starke Florida tills November 14. 1944 seeks divorce. Yet the Judges admit It want hearted
8, 1941.OFFICIAl. County Telegraph shall publish this supporter of "Sell
BLUE TAVERN (OFFICIAL BEAD A. J. Thomas, Order In next four weekly Issues' tad the finest
( !HEAL) A. J. Thomas, Aa Clerk of .said Court. Just became Bert latlon"That's the lystemb
hand and official
As Charles Clerk R.of Hess said,Court.205 Realty Building T.Fly Frank Lucille C. Conner Starke D. C. Fla seal at Starke.my Florida this November ears of corn. Be knew how to die the Brewers and tavern

Jacksonville, Fla, Attrs. for Atty. for prtndrum. 11-15 4t 11.6IN OFFICIAL 14 I94D. 1'141them i neatly arranged, with themselves make rare that
SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
Plf. 11-16 oft 12-9 (
Turkey Dinner As Clerk of said Court. the husks cleanly trimmed,and the) selling beer are clean and
flllCl'IT COtHT, RlltnVORD" By Lucille C. Conner D. C.
booth white and .
IV: CIRCUIT (:OURT. spotless.Trimmings"1
BRADFORD From where I
(-oi">irv. FLOIUUAI i\ CIIAVCKHV. : T. Frank Lardrum Starke Fla tit, peoj

AND ALL TIlE TRIMMING CBRY.Oeorae'OIIN'I'Y.. FLORIUAl, IN CHAN- 'Earl B. .Fosle, Plaintiff vs. Claudia Atty. for Plf. 11-15 4t 18.6IN sure make a differ- Andy also rate a "Fint pens

F. Male Plaintiff v.. Roma Louise FoKle Defendant. Case No. CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD no matter what jou're offer.Inir Jnst for the outlhy of the
D. Mesa Defendant. Case No lUlU
,5190 COUNTY. FLOIIID IV CHAN Andy. Botkln keeper of thebat "
$1.00SERVED NOTICE TO APPEAR I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Edmondo Joseph Atracclo. Plaintiff Garden Tavern well knows. Andy
STATE OF FLORIDA TO: STATE OF FLORIDA to: Claudia Morena Defendant.
vs. Aracclo
Roma doesn't just sell good beer.He sells)
D. Male, whose residence and Louise Foffle, whose residence and Came No. 6203.ORDER .
address Is unknown: address Is: 8IS06 Manachestvr Lane, OF1 PUBLICATIONAND It In a place that's clean and attract
FROM 11:30 A. M. TILL? You are required to appear on Silver SpringMaryland.' NOTICES TO APPEAR
December 16, 1946 In tbe above You are required to appear on STATE OF FLORIDA TO: tfe..In nice surroundings that
named court and cause, wherein December. 9, 1846. In the above Morena Agacclo whose residence ..,
plaintiff seeks divorce. BradfordCounty i named Court and cause. wherein and address Is. : duo| Ugo Nazxarena, '
EVERYBODY WELCOMEDUB Telegraph shall publish this .1946,Viutti Stout .ttThere's
Order In next tour weekly Issuee,
Witness my hand and official .
seal at Starke, Florida this November -
Mgr. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
As Clerk of said Court.
Phone 134.W Charles R. Hess. 205 Realty Eulld- I
Inir, Jacksonville, Fla., Aty. for
Plf. 11-15 4t 12-.

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