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If f 33 Years on Local Force
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Chief Bj Hill\of Police Duncan Alonzo I.Alvarea .:-.-. : !
for,1 the last time on Septem- : Official County Publication Established In 1877 _
close an enviable
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rd, never local police VOLtMN SIXTV-MNK $TThKF..i1ARii; )", FKI1Y: SK1TEMIIKK' : : ID. 1911 NTMItKIt FOKTY-HIX
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t-and 26 years
Department. Sox Play t.State Farm List Vacancies Now
has gone over Cabbage Growers Gross
of water .
!J since 1914. That was the To Close 6-4 ScoreThe For Tourist Season
that dalD, Lonzl, In was that named capacity patrolervlng un-- Should Total Starke Red Sox Kenls Felt As Storm All tourist acconiottatUmn should 79897.68
he was appointed pitching camo out on tho big end registered with the Chamber
1921! when department. succeed- of a 6-4 score i In a tight game of Commerce around October 1,
hpad Lila late the Chief Silas Kite. Fort 100 Acres Here with the State Farm there Saturday Turns \Westward I i yesterday.Secretary Lucian"It'll be Conner bad reported to turn From) Tobacco
26 years he was return- afternoon. !Ellington:\ handled : them away like we did lust year."
i office M each city election I Belief that at least" 100 acres of the hurling for the opposition. Bradford County kept Its fingers he said Bradford County farmers old
hit j fellow citizens-a remark- I winter cabbage will be planted In Starka managed 9 hits; State crossed all day Wednesday Mr. Conner stressed that the 2011,139 pounds of flue cured' tobacco ..
record indicating[ confidence Bradford County this fall was expressed -II Farm 8.Sunday. at the Lake City and Live
e their t# and Thursday and hoped the Intermittent tourists are requiring nice wpll-
the, part of the people,In this week by Ralph B. afternoon saw a depleted rains guats of wind kept places to stay. "If the landlords Oak auctions from July 24'' to t
,f.'oW f. Alvarez manager of the StateFarmers' I Reel Sox team, with many clean and spruce up, e.poe- AuRtiHt 13, according to figures
the eve of his retlre- Market. have already and littered. streets would be all released by the" County Agent this
on Buyers regulars out of the lineup, lose inlly the main routes I know
t.Lonzl I Jokingly remarks that.ntends it was not difficult for the two- been "lined up" to handle I 8-2 to a combined Keystone: and the local evidence". of the first the Chamber of Commerce can week. The tobacco averega4sc'!
to spend half his time man force to keep things under the crop here and Alvarez hopesto 'Waldo Improvised nine. The Sox hurricane of 1947 which was Ian help keep their places rented" fraction under 39 cents a oo/M/( uf,:' I
tag( on his front porch" and has I control. make it another forward step I held the fort until a seventh Inning reported off the West Coast of he said. grousing' a total of T9.897."ttof[ I
otter\ half gardening. He The same applies today In his In developing a year-round program blow-up gave the opposition Florida and headed In a north. The Chamber of Commerce has Bradford growers. *;''''K/
;been; an enthusiastic gardened opinion. Starke is not and never for the Bradford market I opportunity to cash In on eight bran active In StArke since December Last Season's productiom.yilV'smaller ,
creditable westerly direction.
usually has a has been a "bad" town for cuttings The planting of tall cabbage a runs. o 1945.! Mr. Conner assumed but the prices hgiit0.with .
so time should I Described as one of the highest- 132,148! pounds being atie1it.
patch theft. .
.ferry! killings fights or new venture in Bradford County his duties as secretary. in February
bong heavy on his hands The city weathered Its wartimeboom ,will bexlllast of this month velocity hurricanes on record It 1946.Football. an average of 43 cent a Jl"llt1\1f
,',' his farewell to active duty. with a minimum of lawlessness and continue 3() days or more. Council RefusesTo moved In on' Florida from the east for approximately $88,463.
sill retire on half pay undervisions he said. ,The crop I* ready for market usually Wednesday centering In the Fort Predictions that the number.:of
of a special act passed the Lauderdale area and moved across Season acres planted would Increase. failed
There was the memorable shooting -! within 90 days making
session of the state Refund FeesThe the state to mature when only 243 acres
the last fracas however of fifteen or I first mature around January 1. emerging Into the gulf t
wore seeded" which i Is 42 acres
around Fort Myers and! curving In
'ature. The market stresses
so years ago when a gun-happy manager
w in! week Chief Alvarez turnedory native of the piney flats came to the fact that the cabbage deal Is i Council meeting here o a northwesterly direction. No Opens Sept. 26 short of last year's planting. Thin
back to pre-World War I town and set about making open to all farmers In Bradford City comprehensive estimate of the year the 60 tobacco growersaveraged
Interviewer a- ) 801 pounds of tobacco
and told an and he them to damage Is yet possible.
trouble for all comers. Arrested County urges I
rescind its ordinance Imposing a ,
of a' kind BitS Tornadoes to the per acre.The .
problems him at the market before Although this area seemed yielded
t police twice once for carrying a pistol contact five fee for all o
Livestock low In to-
latent today. destined to serious latest tropical hurricane Wednesday acreage planted
I and again for disorderly conduct planting so that a staggered escape
streets candidates running In any city barco this Is duo to
quiet and cancelled mid-week drillIng year many
itoAered along of be I once again members of the BradFord
he was freed both times on bond. schedule planting might
then election. The motion made byW. o cnunei,, County Agent T K. Me
moonless nights but Coach Carson Geiger
late and all will County Red Cross organization
on He then embarked on a shooting carried out cabbage Edwards seconded
M. wan by Clans
Indeed for stated that the Chief cause was
dark gruelling grind
was very spree which resulted in his pursuit not mature at the same time were prepared for any eventu.
Junius M.: Smith.
off at the scarcity of plants and the
turned would bn resumed with tho returnof
lights! were by city and county officers glutting the market ality. The USO building! \ was open !
The matter was brought at second, unfavorable factor was the
This meant that boys up fair weather and hoped to have
Wednesday night and some 60 or
might When the
cows- sometimes got them- and a volunteer posse.made north of I I Pecan "Off Year"An the request of C. A. Flitch defeated 70 persons took refuge there, most hi* boys in tip top Nhnpo In time high cost of farm labor.
capture was finally 0 "off for was for who I Mr. McClane this week
trouble.One year" pecans City Clerk for the st-Mon's opening game reported
Into wounded and them from poorly constructed,
n cow "Lonzle town two had been seen by the market manager who stated that the ordinance levyingthe with Nawberry hero on September -I that Bradford County had plentyof
particular intermittently I came as a pro-
had for three '
'an officer an gunfire days stated that the unusually heavy, fee was "Illegal"; anil requested 26. room for more tobacco. The
umbers, gave shattered the stillness caution. Mrs W. R. Morse executive
of last which brought that all monies collected from acres planted this. fallud to
shock' back of whatnow crop season have It that year
xpecteil and secretary of the chapter, Reports
of the community outlying
a record-breaking $90- candidates through this source be approach the county' maximum
Canova phar- growers
site of the tried and stated that tho building would a formidable team this year
two small sections. The man was 000 will naturally be followed bya refunded. Mr. Futch Intimatedthat quota of 41 at
There were again be open Thursday night If while the 1947 Tornado In an "un
cy, since torn down. A I ensconced In the chain gang. slim crop. This together with he planned legal action unless necessary. known quantity" due to the ntnggerlng With this year's crop out of th.
Units The Chief was assisted by a of last winter nnw la thu tlmo to ban think
behind one served as a re- the late freezes the Council refunded the fees. loa1chapter's losses handed tho squad way I
succession of city policemenmore and Key personnel the Ing about tobacco beds for 1948
and long which destroyed bloom new The Council announced that
for stalks peelings lout spring by graduation of virtually
dla 1 ster committee
In fatt than he could remember had budded Mr. McCluna\ warned.
Bvlngs" which cane chewers growth after many trees bids will be accepted on the construction all Icltermen. Superior
and offhand hut he said that out and the ravages of two of 446 feet of sidewalk Charles Schmltt results. have been obtained by the
n. wont to deposit there T. It. Osborne co-chairman m tWednesday Geiger' stated! yesterday that I
his successor W. E. (Ebb) Thorn- recent attacks of worms. will walks use of chemicals for weed control.
forth a familiar frag- to replace some of the old t
nil gave morning studied con- John ftlvrrs anil James Phillipsare
I It ton had been with him the long cause the pecan crop this year to Call Street between Walnut' The chemicals. wised are uramon
on thu alert "looking nood" at end, while
'e. ditions and went on
t was night when the Inqulsl-:I est. Others Included Matt Morgan,I be a negligible factor on the mar- and Bay. This action was taken basis. William Andrews Spenrrr Crews or calcium, cyanamld. Thny'maybe
the sugar.anenli Fred L Sapp. Benny Sapp Wade ket here. the result of a recommendation broadcast uniformly over the
bovine found Arley Dobbs and Lacy ____ __ .. H. ______ ... I as and Jack Wainwright show promise prepared bud at the following J
>ased. lowered her nose. As I Sparkman While discussing me many au- from the Insurance company as tackloa. Others mention
'raised! her head the barrele I I Austin. vantages of the Bradford mal'ket.Mr. carrying the city's liability poli Bible Story Hour ed as. having distinct possibilities rates: 1 pound of uramon and 1
with it wedged on her Mr. Alvarez was born August Alvarez pointed out that all Attracts YoungstersThe were Donald Noel Bobby Frailer pound cyanamid. or 1 pound of'
Pe! horna. Fright replaced 19 1874, on a country place near buyers on the platform are bonded cies.H.. B. Ingram ,and E. J. Dahmer and Kenneth cinder' guard; uramon and 1pound of cyanamid "
fusion and began a commotion I Starke. His father Raiford Alvarez and thus payment to the farmer asked the Council to reduce the Community Bible Story George' Robert,.*, and Lewis Haln,'", should per bo square yard. The bad I
t brought the unnamed nlght- previously of St. Augustine Is insured. "We strive for one fee charged .toi licenses on coin. Hour held itS first meeting Tuesday center: Jimmie McRae Drew Reddish watered before the. application -
It Is not of Spanish descent. His continued "we want a afternoon at .3:30: o'clock In ,If tile weather. 1* dry I l
lehman on the run. 0 was thing he operated maohtties. The Council ,, FMward hull! and Roy Ray I
attain at Interval o.'Ur sixweeks
rOad what. the officer thought mother 'was .Jane "Reddish.* He close contact between the farmer moved to withhold considerationof the Methodist recreation buildingwith back.
n he glimpsed the animated farmed as a young man and for I and buyer. That way. the farmer the matter until the new Coun- more than 100 young pt'Ople.ttendlng' The 1947 schedule Includn seven If the weather.. contlnu*) ,
dry Plow dtok the'material
operated a meat market and receives his The current s... or I
'el ripping around the corner years gets better prto- cil takes office In October.A story home games, all to be played at Into the top 4 to A Inches of soil. .
at any rate he Joined others where the City Barber Shop Is money on the spot." I permit to build a filling sta- rise Is on the life of Moses. nIght In Bradford Park. Semi, 'beds should be treated pro- .1 j
|base and eventually the -vlldly now located. This policy paid off to the tune I tion on the corner of Water and The children are happy to be f..rably between October 1 and
'reined animal was caught- and His first wife Miss Retta Sapp of half a million dollars last year 0 Nona Streets was denied Mrs. back and the workers are look- Rites Held TuesdayFor October 10 so as to be ready for ''I
barrel removed. died In 1919. He was value of to Increased attendance
| of Starke which Is the estimated Ruby Johns. The Council pointedout Ing forward planting to tobacco seed about
Another source of noise was married on January 6, 1923 to the produce sales for that period. I that the area was restricted All children are urged to Mrs. GriffinIn Christmas time.
I: of youthful citizens of aewhat former Mlsa Annie Sapp. of except to residential construction. attend regularly. Baptist ChurchMrs. The treated bed should not ba
reckless nature who In- Starke. He has a family of two All Persons Asked disturbed until plant bed Fertilizer '
gad In Illegal gun-toting, and glris and three boys; daughters --- About Lila Loyal Griffin, nit, wife I II applied care being taken 'f
led the authorities by shoot- Lucille a student of the local high To Inquire of the late Owen J. Griffin of not to work the fertilizer In deep
of ElectionOf I
I at the stars after the lights school and Mrs. Lorene Loyal November School Trustee
Security Starke died In a Jacksonvlllo hospital enough to bring up live ceciL Using
kit out. It was pretty hard to Jacksonville; sons Ralph produceman Sunday afternoon after being chemicals for wend control
h l them In the dark the Chief and truck operator of Starke the old-age and survivors In 111 health for some time. saves many hours of backbreakingwork I
embers. Jack of Mayo.' and Vincent. The Insurance program workers In Industry Great Importance Speaker Says She was born In Bradford County and. enable. the grower t)
known as ,
lit Is the Chiefs recollection; latter popularly or commerce build monthly a February 13- 1878, and wa. activeIn use old land, instead of preparingnew
[ugh that on the whole there served as a sergeant technician In I cash Insurance benefits that are of electing "three intendent administers the operation the Baptist Church of Starkeof land each year. A new bulletin -
is employedas The importance
not much crime and little the Army and now payable to the Insured worker and ,: staunch reliable I trustees" of county schools.. II* stressed which stie was a lifelong mem on tobacco plant beds has
1 excitement In those days. and a surveyor. I qualified members of his family In good the November election-first to the fact that it !I.a not thaBoard her Just been Issued by the Experiment
when the worker reaches age 68 be held under provisions of the members' duty to administer Mrs. Griffin's father John Dyal Station and can be obtained
Blinker Light At 10th & Walnut and retires and insured to worker eligible when survivors new Florida school law-was emphasized and It I Is not their responsibility moved from Georgia to the Bradford from your County Agont.
Iw of the Howard Bishop Ala- to "run the school". County area In 1843 when
l of Several To Be Erected Here the worker dies at -any-- age.< chua : County by Superintendent of "Boards should simply adopt a Florida wan still a territory. The School Board Gets
Mrs. Annie Craw Stressing: the fact that no benefit Public Instruction In a speech be book of policies, directing the prominent farmer married Avis
l 1 blinker-type caution light Starke mother-in-law can be paid until an application fore the Rotary Club her. Wed superintendent In the matter ol Johns, and Mrs. Griffin wa the Payment
RIng a red signal In all four ford Mr. Sllcox's In his automobile for it has been filed at the office nesday. transportation finance and other youngest of their ten children. Under New Setup
fctlons, was Installed by the and a passenger of the Social Security Admi- of school operation"
result of Injuries "The Importance of selecting phases The deceased married Owen J.
at the Intersection of' Northnut died as the nistration In Gainesville, Joe P. top men' for these places cannotbe Bishop stated. Griffin, a pioneer turpentine operator The third Installment of school
( and Tenth Streets lastml sustained. released from the Verrl manager, states that he and overestimated," Mr. Bishop Ha praised the nw Florida In Bradford County In funds from the new Minimum
I lights to be placed by theIr I Rogers! was month under his staff urge all persona who believe stated "since under provisions of: school .law a* "the beat In the 189*. Mr. Griffin died In 1923.Mr Foundation Program Fund amounting -
ay. county Jail a ago be qualified for ." said that the to $17,730: sent to
I bond after a warrant had they may the new law these three trustees United Stat. and .*. Grlirin lit survived by a was
Us Installation .1s the first of $2000 earned benefits under the pro- with makiig 10-month employment policy woulddo the Bradford County Board of
Sheriff Bl of
out by Deputy will be daughter Mr* Ethel <
t to minimize accidents at busy,, Melvin McKinney A coroner'sInquest Social Security office to discuss 'entire county." The law provides Improve the calibre ()f teachers. of fit Augustine; one sister, Three checks were received by
flections within towns with manslaughter. Immediate filing of claims. teachers will the 13,723: to be ud for
the officially determine the the that the old sub school dhitrlcts' Under this plan the Mrs Sue, Griffin of Jacksonville, county
U to Crawford's death Monthly benefits can be paid be abolished and that the three benefit from 4 or 9 weeks of trainIng and two granddaughter. Dottlo Instructional salaries, $1911 for
'to city has several more cause .of Mrs. three months after the and $21114 for current
now been held. retroactive for only trustees elected In Novemberserve before and openingof Rite, Biggs and Patricia Elizabeth transportation.
f'J on order and one of these baa not yet before the date of application be the entire county. the school term. Griffin. expense.
be placed at the Intersection I In addition to placing additional said. and delay for longer than Bishop stated. that If ."politic I Posalbllltiaa are almost unlimited Funeral services were held at The first two Installments (for
[ Temple Av.., with Call St. caution and stop-go lIghts at that after becoming eligible will ally-minded" men are elected ..1.1o under the new law Bishop stated the Starke Baptist Church Tuesday July and August were received
hOWle corner I Ia strategic Intersections the city: result In a loss of earned bene- o trustees there will no doubt be pointing out that illiterates can afternoon at 4 o'clock with last month and the current pay-
Walnut and' Tenth Intern -: to erect 'better directional "Job swapplng'Vand! other undesirable be rounded up and taught to read the Rev L.. D. H.lnea. pastor, officiating mcnt bring the total received to
| was the scene of a tragic 0 also plans that tourists fits.The address of the local field o practices that will "directly and write at state expense, and Interment followed In date to $33,230! : for the- ..current
mobile accident on August 6 marker so much trouble I office Is 122 N. Garden Street. affect your children" since it that night classes for adult are the family lot at Santa F. Ceme school year
n rare driven by James H. will irbt have so and out ef' Oaineivllte. Fla.. and the mailing might result In placing Inefficient also provided for, If any county tery. Arrangement were to The n.xt.payment to the countyIs
Caro- finding their way Office Box 42. deslrn to take advantage of these due on October 15.
f'n 18-year-old South address Is Post teachers on faculties. The new charlie of D Wltt C. Jon**.
Youth, and Lacy Sllcox of I Starke this fall. I II Gainesville Fla. school law" was. d lgM<* to k.*P opportuntt! Attr pal barr, wr L. DVtnln.
If a poaslbU claimant Is usable politic out of tte school system II. urged that school official .. H. C. Wan, T. T. tang.O. Lovett's To Have
!I Stolen Automobile to can at the. field office or to M maeh .. po-lbU. h. stated. la each county bftsi now to male. A MonUlth.! It, John. Jr.,
ting Licenses write lie may eontaet Ua. office I The speaker pointed out that a 1o.Jear plan for tile growth and and 11:. L. Matthnn. Unique Harvest Sato
> Sale By Judge : Recovered Here I by celliSt 1I1 IIMr ****. O"vllle. ""*- under provision 'of the law. the development of their plant. Mostof In the A
Something new way
redistrict the the "growing pain now being
Bosrd moSt .
reports given Funeral Today announced We. .
to sales was' snosday
e 1947-48 hunting llelDM.t ,1 Into five districts with one felt by schools throughout
t Deputy Sheriff J. B. Ror county each result of inadeqasateplanning For Mrs. Johnson by B. T Phillip, managerof
late Saturday at the of- belonging FFA Chapter Elect member to be elected from stats are the
automobile reportedly Lovetf In Starke. A "Harvest
County Judge E. K Ferry- .tolen a county-at-larg vote. a decad ago, he stated. I .
to a Leon County President Mr. Delia Johnson died Sale, featuring corn stalks and
1 The first license of the sea- earlY Reddish All soon a* the new district* have Among Its many other advantagestb Monday
w&II purchased Olson Sheriff was recovered here the Governor will new law al*' provide for a at the horn of her son. William pumpkins, will be conducted today
'.tlme Bradford by Titus hunter. last Sunday morning in the vicinity -I The local chapter of the Future been *et two up. new members toerr capital outlay program but fund Harris, on Lake Stre t. A former sod Saturday The employes will
1 County of Stanley's Ranch, after Stan! Farmers of America at its Sept. appoint the present three-man for this purpose will not be released resident of Stark, Mr. Johnson wear overalls, straw, hits and red
ge Ferryman thatty hurried on
announced ley himself earlier made a 0 11 meeting In the Vocational-Agri In 1952! the until each county ha submitted had lived in New York State fora necktiesLovett'.
licenses COlt $2. while a Stark. police officers for board. been located In
of trip to inform cultural building chose members will be paid $10per a survey to the Governor. number of year, but had returned *
7.50 i Is charged for the had been aroused Those elected Board Starke since 1911. Mr Philip
_*.' that his sUl'pleion the coming year. meetin, Instead of their Bishop estimate that It will hero four week age to
permit. by a man who stopped at his from the 67 member organizationwere salaries,-with a maximum take I40.0OO.OOO annually to meet make her home. asumed. charge early In 1944.
;* hunting season will open on place .t about 8:00 a. m. SURdaY. : president. Drew F. Reddish; of present ISO meeting permitted during the provisions of the nw bill In She I* survived by her husband
'mber 23: and close February I Patrolman Hal P. Gillen Im- vice-president Euston Norman; a 12-month period.\ : In Bradford full. In contrast to the Governor's Major Johnson of Nw York and Business LicensesAll \
Op..n season on specific game I mediately drove out to StanleY'1Ranch iecretary. Maurice. Edward.; tress- County, School Board members previously announced estimate of by two sons, William and Truman
'tel on the back of the license and Investigated. whereupon urer. Charles Lawson: reporter now paid $3O jt month. J-I.OOO.OOO.. Th Alacb.ua County Harris of Btark. and a daughter, State and County occupa-
e dally bag limits are: deer the driver of the car In question Eldridge Hayes; sentinel. L. J. are..1t'lhnw" not be necessary for Superintendent said there Is disagreement Mrs. Ruby Grlffla of Dayton Ohio. o tlonal l license) and beverage II*
turkey, twe; quail. 12; squlrM. attempted to escape throughthe Kite. V. R. Ferguson' will continue School Board to have a great over whether or not Funeral services are tentatively c.nms went on sale at the office '
marsh" hens, 20; ducks 4; woods in the automobile. Upon to- to be tt.., chapter advisor. many meetings during the year" the money U In TaHahaw. for ot for 2 o'clock this afternoon of Tax Collector C. A. Knight on i
10. capture. the man confessed The Bradford County FFA wan Blihnp stated "sine It.* the this purpo*. and h* predicted ((Friday) at the graveside In San- Sept. !5. These licenses are due
''Jllr Perryman stressed the theft of the car in Leon County. organised In November 1943. fl'sgoal Board's duty only to set the policies "troublu with tlnanc.." before the ''ta F. Cemetery. DeWitt C. Jones and payable before October t, t
) fiat disobedience of regula- and Is. being hell in the county have Is l the betterment of rural by which the county super end of the ..r.t ha* charge of arrangements. ::1911.fAlvareEnds .
'Wifl\ mike the hunter liable jail here. Leon county police youth. t
arrest of the .mat.
and prosecution. been notified
PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKB.! FLORIDA !IUDAY. SFIiE\1RFg
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as they come to sit around; and voted for me in the City Election -, C.Uto Of' -
Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED PAGES FROM OUR PAST I can see the rain from Heaven Sept. 9. I want them to i I We tll.\\1:'
as It falls upon the ground. know that their efforts In my behalf wish t, '?uax JUt
arc greatly appreciated and friends for ,heir
1877 E. L.. MATTHEWS. OWNER-EDITOR "
There's never need for worryIng I will always remember their loyalty sympathy "XPI'CBS\\
Piilil'HlKil! Every Friday and Entered an Second Compiled Uy Buddy Davis shoe ; no need for shedding flowers and \I" the b
CliMM Matter at the Fottt Office at Starke Fill.MEMBER 60 YEARS AGO Eggs are 20 cents a dozen.What's tears; Sincerely, reavement.sent dunn/! ''Jlit, fee
the matter with the hens? The Lord has taken care of me
Don L. Hoover
[1947 (Fiona the Sept. 10, 1887, issue 85 YEARS! AGO through all these many years. O. Lawson sod
of The Starke Telegraph.) Yes, I know I am a cripple, and -- -
Issue -------- - - -----
( the Sept 15, 1923 )
They're born every mInute- C. L. Peek has been elected cannot get about;
SubHcrlptlim *3 Annually 91.10 For Sit: Months ''The latent swindle la perpetrated mayor. N. D..Wainwright is the But the Lord has always shel- Longer JVear ,
by some scalawag who solda ,new tax a.se8.0r. The Woman'sClub tered me and I've no causeto Through Expert
to ladles doubt. ReNEW
preparation which la is planning a carnival the
CHILD LABOR RESTUICTED believed to have contained con- LIFE
,22nd. Proceeds are to be appliedon OLD
Did you know that it I It a violation of the Child Labor centrated lye. When the lotion the new club house fund. I made up about two recipes of SHE E
was used on their faces, the akin rolls the other day. I have made
' Law for minors under sixteen years of age to work betweenthe off." Chairmen of the carnival are Mrs.E. them much that we don't eat BIGGS & BAKER
E. Canova, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins,
hours of 8 and 6 ?
p. m. a. m. used to I 105 W. Call
"The Jasper Times Is reliably as many as we so Just Starke
Mrs. S. I Davis,
Peek Mrs. R.
Did know that they cannot legally
you Informed that an aged man of Mrs. tried my luck with them. After
occupations such as workshops mills, laundries or any 73 summers, by the name of DeWitt C. Jones. I had made out my rolls, I made v 6 _
industry in connection with power driven machinery? Hunt, of Columbia County, for and Horace Wilson, Carl Johns and I little rolls and put them In muffin
These and other regulations are being pointed out by In consideration of one 'gold'1'Paul Canova Jr. left Monday for tins. I took a teaspoon full of
Gainesville to enter the University '
the Florida Industrial Commission, now that another school watch valued at $20, sold and of Florida. strawberry. jam and lay on top of
term is getting under way. The Child Labor Law was adoptedto delivered his young wife to one I I each one. I took the remainder of
guarantee every minor the right to an education, as wellas man by the name of Hurst, of Mrs O. W. White and little i the dough and twisted it and then
Bradford County I daughter, Carol, are visiting in .lay It twisted in a small glass
to protect his life, health and welfare. I
Lee and Live Oak.
History repeats itself item:- I baking dish. I put Jelly In the
Before under 16 of the
placing anyone years age on pay- The "friends of prohibition" are E. K. Perryman is expected cracks of this, too. After I had CARPS
roll. it would be well for the for his
employer, own protection, "urged to rally for1 God and hu hometoday from Galveston let them rise and baked them, FLAT
to obtain full information covering all regulations of the Act manity. Organize, Organize, so ,Texas, where he has spent the they were a treat. The children PACKAGE
+ from the office of the Florida Industrial Commission in Tal- we ahall no longer be cursed with season playing ball with the Na- especially enjoyed them, but I
';f':'!Jahassee. the liquor traffic." tional League." think Fred did most of all. SAtZCpKG.
Mr. R. M. Alvarez has moved Finally, a Chicago minister
,rAItENT9 TAKE NOTE his family Into the Frank Hol- lays that "Flappers are doing Judy has returned from her visit -
llnfTRWorth house on Call St. missionary work by driving In Arkansas and I was shocked
In the,, opening days' of the new school term a superintendent .1. O. Alvarez has a good $3.00 men to be ministers" young to learn that she had spent several -
,* in a small Mississippi county sent a message to all days In a hospital, fighting
parents who had children in school. It was a message that to look at the place a. Mother pneumonia. Mother said she had .
was obviously written from the heart, and one that, if One Woman'sOpinion has long wanted to buy a farm. started to wire for me. It's a
heeded, would remedy most of the faults found In our present To our surprise it was occupied, good thing she didn't. I never Lady Betty Pint LUZIANNECOFFEE
would have made it. Still, she is I
application but the lady invited us in to look home now and well, Thank God Salad Dressing .15 . ,
at It. It is a very old house and
of the Telegraph who are parents of school children will take needs a lot of repairs, but after
note and carry out the suggestions "to the letter of the law": By nillcB Boss. spending an hour or so with her, HOOVER THANKS VOTERSI 46 OZ. CAN NO. 2 c.
"You are all anxious to have your children succeed in listening to her dreams and plans,
school.] School work is the most important business of the Well, in the past week I have you could picture It years from wish to thank those who supported Grapefruit Juice
children in your care. Careful home training, good health had an Increase of two in my now. Big, white, majestic, and me during the campaign Be 8
instruction family. I am keeping the Brow- beautiful. The rooms are enor-
religious : and a thorough education are the best
ard Strickland boys and mous and she has
sending carefully plan-
insurance for the future and of chil-
success your them to school. JImmie kept them ned every one of them.
dren. Be sure they have these at whatever, sacrifice. The last year. A lot of people have She was Indeed a charming poetess CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION KAN. GOV. S. R. FLOUR, 25 Ibs. -- $$1.
progrpws of your children in school will be greatly aided: i seemed shocked that I would to her uninvited After
"1. If will insist: punctuality and regularityat take two guests. -
you upon more go with these
us over house andI FRESHLB.. I FRESH
school and give no excuses except for the most urgent four that I already have. But had borrowed a book from her, |]
reasons. It's very little more trouble andI she played the piano beautifully E Pork Liver - .39 ,Pig Tails . .
"2. If you will read carefully all notices and reports can do better with my six than Let me sea if I can remember
from school and through and teachers in some people I've seen wrestlingwith There
principals keep was Whispering, The Old
r touch with the work of your children. one. Taking care of childrenall Lamp Lighter (I sang this In my Western Boneless Veal Roast, Ib. -. ,
"3. If you will encourage your children to strengthentheir depends on the way you man- best baritone. Ha!) and a French
age them. Though I am no expert, song a favorite of hers. It
weak points as revealed by their report cards. was
"1. If you will insist: that your children who have assignments -I I get along pretty well, consider :,indeed a lovely way to spend an All-Meat Skinless Weiners, lb. . ,
of home work, set aside a definite period and ,!ing.They help me a lot. Gary Lee forget.evening It and just one isn't that I shan't soon
place for study each day. I
can do better now washing dishes
as sweet and nice
"5. If you will lend your cooperation in the care of the and cleaning the kitchen than a as she was, or rather the whole CALIF.. STALK .CRISPY HE
school books and other school property entrusted to your lot of women can. I would justas family. They were the friendliest! Celery .101 Lettuce . .121
children. soon take care of a dozen as people that I have met in a long
"6. If you will .withhold_!. judgement _regarding! reports} half a dozen. I can find time for time, and I hope that I shall soon
01 Happenings at scnooi ,until you nave heard both sides; an afternoon nap; to read and see them again. PHARMACIST Tokay GRAPES, lb. - .
and then never criticize the teacher in the presence of the write, ; for any number of things, If anyone has an old churn, just
' children. and have still supper keep at my five house and get clean to, bring It by either my house or Phone 64 STARKE U. S. NO: 1 POTATOES, 10Ibs...
7". If you will insist upon obedience at home and respect Sunday School on Sunday.I hers. She wants It for a front Qn-thc-Minit Service
for parents elders, teachers and all officers of the law,' had so many children at door atop. .
"8. If you will know the character of the companions school the first day that the rumor
of your children and ascertain the nature of the entertain- got around that I waa teaching.I am always Inspired and uplifted -
ments which your children attend before permitting them told them what they thought fortitude by often the extreme exhibited faith by those and
to attend. was my class' was just my family.I
who have suffered a loss
"J 9. If you will see that the progress of your children in I also heard they said that I or who are living under great a handi-
school' is not hindered by the fatigue resulting from insuf- would be good but very strict. cap that those of us who are In
ficient rest or late evening parties Now, not only my husband thinks good health and in possession of
"10. It you will arrange regular home duties or 'chores,' I'm[ an old battle-axe. I did enjoy all our faculties can never ap-
for your children so that they may acquire habits of work If getting it'did them take all all registered morning ,and even a preciate.For THERE IS MORECOCACOLA
ideal! of service for others and Instance
a sense responsibility week's nerves I don't know which here is a poem
7 "The of civilization that was written by Dan Boree
progress depends upon the spiritual, wan the more confused, the mothers .
moral, physicial and mental improvement of each genera or the children I don't think of 510 Stockton St., Jacksonvillei -
tion. It is my earnest hope and belief that your children will any of them knew where to go I man wko formerly lived In
4 t contribute toward making the next generation a still better, Well, I still have two more to get Starke and who mill has many,
than the started. I I will learn many friends here. Mr. Boree losta
/1' one generation of which we are now a-part. guess before NOW
I get through, limb back In January 194S, but
has it canned him to sit around
WHY HE SURPRISED If I can find a house large
enough and reasonable enough grumble about his hard luck
It is reported that President Truman's recent decision and open a nursery and see just and shed tears of self-pity? Well 1 1we..ei
\i to provide Russian and other foreign scientists with radioactive how many I can take care of,. I read the following poem that he
think It will be fun. At least recently wrote and see what you
,i'k isotopes medical and biological research came asa my think:
pa distinct shock to U. S. atomic energy experts, who were time will be occupied.
t not consulted, they said. I Well, I know I am a cripple andI I
These men feel that the gift isotopes though ostensibly first John came In at noon on his know I cannot walk
day In school and giving a
'- a humanitarian gesture will But 'twould be even worse with .
serve as a short cut to the ,hitch In his belt, said, "Well,
me It I couldn't see or talk. atsrne '
manufacture by Russia and
( other countries
Mom haven't- got a whipping e asr a.e .
Since I have walked around at
But why the surprise over this naive generosity on the yet!"
;I' part of Uncle Sam? Didn't we considerately sell the Japanese will, it has been many a day.
as for me I'm satisfied to
!.. scrap iron for years to' make battleships bullets, and planes WANTED!: -An old cracked let God have His way.
with which to attack us in the Pacific? churn for a charming French lady ere u.Ssxen '
who Is now In our county. She'sa I'm neither deaf nor dumb, you
great collector of antiques. see, and not the least bit blind; .
C0.111'LETE: MACHINE SHOP SERVICE She Is Mrs. Stahler who has I have full understanding, and
bought the "old Dr. Brown" placein am in my rightful mind;
Shop & Portable Lawtey. We drove out Sunday I can see and hear my friends
Electric \VeldlnFacilities 'WEln'N ,Let Our Staff of
Experle nee d. Skilled J73gk
any Prompt> Service Welders Machinists Serve Youi A Starke Beauty Shop -
t, Diesell Experts Are U N__... ; rii1i
G" -. .. brings you tnt nn atlonalflelcne
: ZIP WELDING & MACHINE WORKS Curtis i
), i i Phone 12 Macclenny, Fla. Box 151 \ ,
t .k Empress "'
; ,MODERATION GOLD WAVE\ f ro
: in the t
expense but the utmost in sincerity
j courtesy, and thouahtfulness is
}I. A delightfully comfortable creation-cool, refreshing
:Service., gentle liquids flow with loving care through your hair.
, 'II And lo! you "have silky-soft, lustrous waves'. glow-
; ing with vitality and naturalness! ;
DEWITT C. JONES /
AMBULANCE SERVICE' Helen Curtis Cold Wave $10 Up
Funeral Director ...
STARKE!: PHONE T Q ..-.. I
i i Our local funeral home enables us to
, offer convenience! and services not Starke '''
jtheru'tse available. Beauty Shoppe Ask for it either way. both rLe.ti3
trade-marks mean the sjmt thing .moo DoUa/s
W. furnish the hlghes. type service at the lowest prices aI4 Unnle Fog: Pave Prop. I
I accept ANY life Insurance policy in force Issued by ANT com
I piuiy, u payment In part or In full on a funeral Consultation Phone 96
carries no obligation Court Street OTTIIO WHOM AUIHOtlTT Of THI COCA-COIA COMPANY it
STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
'I. '1 1i
.. COUNT TBUCaRAFH.
:.c STARK FLORIDA .
e e --
I Anderson, Anetta Mott and Har- .
vey Green. fall pea did not yield aa well a* IN rmcvrr COI-HT. .ItAPPORD ford County Telegraph I* hrby:
raham BrookerBy Mrs. Wade New the spring pea did. .rfVNTY' FLORIDA IN (11AR- I deatirnated. jui the n....."..... Inw..h -
; Harrell, :Mrs. G. B. RiverAND ('ItRY. this Order shall b. publleheil
Reddish Leo Robert Allitood rinlntlff, ....
Colson. Mrs. Pitt Baxter and Cheater Andrews one a week for tour conaeoutlv
John McKinney Mrs. T, Vf. Markey Mrs. T. Joan ('.nn"" Alls-ood, Defendant week. ,
MrJ. W. Marlcey. and Mrs. LONG surely had a beautiful patch o* Case No. 6917.ORPEB .
e ,assisted Mrs. Lloyd Dyal BRIDGE Alabama crowders. This OF Pt'BLirATlON ";11'it"u.'i'" ) hand and the Mal' I
Harrell patch of
I in entertaining By Jessie Le AND NOTICTfl TO APPEAR at Htarke, Bradford ,
jlrs. H. B. Altman of BIRTHDAY PARTY the little folks. Lazmby seems to get the record for being TATK' OV FLORIDA to: Joan C.0" ."- County, Florida, thin 13 day of ,
lad his mother the highest A 1111'00,110...... rrxklenoe In, Anjrunt' A. n. 1941.
yore, visiting Henry Harrell .three year old yielding patch around.It 1117 1-1 &: 1 4th St.. Omaha, N. (Official I foal) A. J. Thorn..
ale. ward who 1 i. Ul at son of Mr. and Mrs. Cephus Har- All the lad tea are invited to SHOWER AT CHntril I looks more like a spring patch k., braaTou Clerk of the Circuit Florida.(Court Brad
We wish her a speedy rell, was the honor attend the social WMS meeting than a fall one. are required to appear on I W. 11. County Con, Solicitor. : for Complain
Upg guest at a delightful nice crowd gathered at September 19, U41, In th.
birthday; party Saturday be held at Mrs. O. W. Barry's Bridge Christian Church Sat-. :Mrs Hubert Rome visited In named Court and r........ abo..1 ant 8-89 4t 11-1"
next Plaintiff Hi-eke
dNVIB Fred Johnson of afternoon at the community cen- urday afternoon to honor Mr. and Jacksonville last week" County Tol"*rranh hall -
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. ter. The table was arranged with I' Mrs. J. D. Dukes of Kingstree, Mrs. Emory Johns with a mis- "Aunt" Bell Johns Is still about Order' In n.xt -four weekly. --.lessen- '
Friday night vases of cut flowers 's. C. was visiting her sister Mrs. the same. She Is not able to lit Witness my band and official,. .
net, and was centered cellaneous shower. Many lovely seal at Starke, Florida, this August.
a. Strickland and niece with gaily-colored windmills J. T. Sowell last week. presents were received up much. 11. 1941. TvS
ijine Jones were weekend which were given to the childrenas i I Miss Lubedla Pinholster and couple and delightful refreshments by Mr. and Mrs Andrew Rhodan A OFPKMAl* Clerk of PEAL laid Court) A. J. Thomas
favors.! Games were played and Miss Louise Kelly were shopping: were served to the gath and son were visiting Mr. and River Icy Lucille sir C. Conner D. C;
: Anderson, Orn Cov
prizes were won by Gene Edwards! in Gainesville Monday. erers. Mrs. Lacy Johns Sunday afternoon Spring, Fia.Atty : .
and Wilbur Barry. The birthday I' Members of the BTU enjoyeda Mr. and Mrs. Johns have not* :Mr. and Mm. Andrew Rho-I *. for 1'lf. l-as 4t 9-l ,
cake which was served late In party at the community center definitely decided when and If: den spent the night with them. I !. TlrpMlt c..;;.. Klakth< ....U..I
:Monday night. Games Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns ..I........ fn ..
n the afternoon with ice cream was were played they Win rebuild or whether they were sad tor Hraelfurd ..-
white embossed with pink and until a late hour and refreshments will sell their place and move else- in Waldo Friday. Karl t7. rii.rlda.W, llrlmmer!. Ckaeiee, Cum>rr.litlnant.. va
,-' held three pink candles. were served. where. We are all very sympathetic Mr. and Mrs Dempsey Sapp Addle L, nrlmmtr, l>ef ndant,
Invited to enjoy this event with Mrs. Evelyn Dukes of Kings- with anyone who loses a home of Gainesville were visiting Dempsey' TUB: STATE MnoKCK OK .'LOflfT>A TO:
tree S. I parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Addle L. Primmer. lift H.
the honor guest were Howe andJ. C spent this week with by fire as they did. Pares. N.
A. Sapp, Thursday. .J. Washington p. C. It.. hernt
E. Mott Diana Colson Wilbur Marcia Kay Hazen. Little Betty Johns small daughter Ordered that you are required, to f
Mrs. Hattie Williams trying out his brand new jeep. apDuar on the Stub( day of PrttemSue -
A Barry Beverly Ann Mary Ellen,, of Cleveland of Mr. and Mrs. Pledger Johns, They all went fishing In it to A. D. 1947 befitrn the .*>ove
and Joann Green Jean and Edward Ohio spent part of last week Is improving from a entitled Court to tha Kill of < nm-
WEP with Mr. and Mrs. G. Sampson Lake Friday and reported plaint" filed, a.Klnat you In th.
Endicott Gene Edwards, B. Colson. which she underwent recently. a "fresh air" trip both above styled cause, and the nra..
John, William Barbara Janice Mrs. Charles Hardy of Starke We wish her a speedy recovery. ways which was welcomed these I I
and Linda Gale Green Austin Gay spent Monday with Mrs. Roy Miss Ida Merritt is nursing in hot days
James Harrell Irene and Cecil Green. Lake
City this week. Mike ouna.tOd.
Shepherd 1.1 home
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Baxter of
K Frank Merritt Is working along this week from the Government EXPERTSERVICE
Baldwin were weekend guests of
guests" of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Annie Lewis. on his block house hospital In Lake City where he Prc Iiuiurance
VEIl Mrs. Elijah Strickland of Nichols. Charles Schubarth Is working underwent a minor operation.
Mr. and Mrs. Vasco Hazen and
BUS Mrs. Florra McKinney and Mrs. with the plastic company in Edwin Sheppard has entered the
Wiggans of Gainesville were dinner children Mrs. E. M. Hazen. Mr. I Starke. lie Is a'machinist. University of Florida at Gainesville is sure way to
Emory Hazen, and Mr.
The Schubarths are still enjoying
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl this term.Singing .
Fountain ,Jones Friday of last week. and Mrs. Fred Hazen spent last their gardening but their greatest protect your
Auto week at Salt Springs.Mrs. .
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Youngbloodof disappointment Is that a neigh
Rosa Pinholster spent last bor's hog ate a big nice water- t
Bison & Walnut St. Sarasota were visiting their e propertyCharley
weekend in Jacksonville with Mr.
melon they had carefully nursed
daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Bradford
.. -: Fla. and Mrs. Guy Plnholster.
week. many hapWell -
Mrs. John this
McKinney Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stokes and .n..n..1.... .. .i..at..-. 1....,........ ......H.-...... ..u.,_."_. Convention will meet on Sunday, E. Johns
Sept 28, at 2:30: p. m. In the Fairbanks
Mrs. Lulamae Baxter were shopping It WAS "of! But they have I
Phone 52-J in Starke Wednesday after- big pepper and tomato plants. Baptist Church between Agency
Waldo and Gainesville Marcus Chas. C.
OY.DE a S VICE moon. Phone IS 8TARRE FLA.
r Maybe they'll produce before too Conner president issues ,
llrs.llartmannte Claude Crosby of Delaml, spent much chill comes around. Their
'OLLOW Tel .TOaa i II
we invitation to is
three days here last week with
greens are coming on just fine
Interested nl gospel singing.rmrriT O.1'0
They were happyto Ethan Sapp was picking peas Cay's Service Station
be together again as they spent this week. Several new patchesare 1Of! rootir. IIHAIIFOHU
Lunches Regular Dinnersrt 4 1-2 years in the Army together yet to begin producing COHMTV.>:nr.nilvn '. KI.OHII IN riit **' I Mepreeentlne THa TftAVKLIrK. Hartford !
I 15 months of the time on the Eustace Kelley hall a nice big Orvln IXm-kor. Plaintiff, vs. ,
Orders Aleutian Islands While here patch which will be ready /soon. NO.llobort 0944oKOKit A. PUvker, Uefcnclunt. Case
they visited J. G. Hunter In Lake Sunday is church day at Long : or rtmL''ATION
dwiches Soft DrinksQl'ICK .If City. He served with them. Bridge. The Rev. Fred Dodd will STATE ANI NOTrfB OK rUlUIDA TO APf'PlAR te: UohRpt :1 = B & M Drive In I
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and fill his regular appointment. A. rtlNHkrr, whose rt.nllinf li,.nt
known In % Mr*. W. E. MontKomery .
daughter, Ivamae in Starke
were Clarence Roberta of
SEBVICK) Fulrforotit ,
I : Friday afternoon. a new subscriber to the Telegraph S. C.You. ,; Curb Service Only J Fb
CLEAN: ATMOSriIERE .
Mrs. Earl Green and Mrs. Earn- Mrs. Roberta was the for October arc riulri to appear on
I3lh. 1947 In the .RbovnnHtnitrl
est Edwards spent Thursday in mer Miss Gertrude Wynn of Court and cause wherein Bar-B-Q Sandwiches t
Gainesville.! plaintiff. Docks illvon*... rilNtti'ly and
A&A LUNCHEONETTENEXT Hampton. Kiipport nf child Ilradfor. County Southern Fried Chicken
Mrs. R. A Colson and childrenand Mrs R. J. Turner Rr, Is not Telegraph| mmll publlnh thin Dolor
DOOIt TQ PARK THEATRE :Mrs! F. F. Flume all of too well these days. She Is confined 'n WUrienN next four my weekly trend: :limum.anti official. e w, t J3 Beer & Soft Drinks t.
ibby' Oclom Dub Ithoden Starke were guests of Mra. O to her bed, most of the time seal at Htnrkn. Klurlilu. thin I Diliuf _
B. Colson Saturday.Ovid I The Dick Carrolls of Jackson- (OFFICIAL Si'ntomfH-r SIC, (017.A I.I ) A. J. Thames .,. OPKN: .1 .",1\1. TO 12 MIDNHiMT
Lewis of Tallahassee rpcnt ville were weekend guests of Mrs I II, A. Clerk of salt Court. On Stale riiKhway 200\ ( .1 1 Hlncke South of I'ull St. Mmmnnmmmmwmm
the weekend, here with his mother, Carroll's parents, Mr. and Mrs 1'h.U.J. llendwrnon r. Canner,, ,Knr n.|., C.lit. AuKtititlnH IJHIMIIII iin 11 HHIII n i 'tomr 1THM I '
El Eli fll Mrs. R. P. Lewis, and, were guestsof Ira :Merrltt.Mis. pia.Ally .. I
II!! Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis Sun- Rhoda Dowling and the for Mf. 9-13 41 10-3(
[ THE SAFEST SERVICE] day afternoon. Lazenbys spent the weekend in IN duelerheir.. III Sleroltu.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry spent anil, around Waycrons, Ga.. visiting 1 Ol M'I'Y. Fi.leltlnSI IN IIIVNI'.n I r
'D THE LOWEST PRICES SEE. < : v,
Sunday in Jacksonville with Mr. their Dowltng relatives anti, I.llllnn l Hill' Plaintiff, Wllll
"I'' SLADE GAS CO., Inc. and Mrs. Raymond Crews. attending the annual meeting of Lee Hill, !U.fendnnt.(II" ...11t11.lt'1'IONAND <'n...nN". 5UIOllliKIt I ATLANTIC ZQUALANY16151'VL :)
wl I TRICKS Mr. and :Mrs! Earnle Johnson the Primitive Baptist Churchat NOTICE TO APPEAR Tim WOJUD" "
213 TATU ANYWHCWt.
E. CALL ST. (NEAR R. R. )
of Lake Butler spent the weekend High Bluff. While there they aT \rra OKn irnnA to- Willie t..e ,,1
II Hill, whims nililTHNII In Italfuril, FI.r. ,1J
here with Blrt Stokes. visited Mrs. Dowllngs' alster-ln- Ida. :
Mrs Eva Clemons and daughter law Mrs. Jim Allen Dixon, whoIs You are .."ulr.." to appear tin ,J
We Have GAS RANGESFor I lI"II..nh..r l l 11, 1047, In the ahoy.named J
rm Yvonne Mr. and Mrs. Earl suffering from a atroke.Mr Court aol cause. wherein The Premium flair
Green Mrs. T. W. Barkey. Mr. and Mrs. Reddlxh Andrews plaintiff sucks illvori- and, ruHtoratlon .
r Immediate Delivery nf maldnil items. lrntlfnr. at the Popular Piles t
I and Mrs. Wade Harrell Mrs. Ce- have a lovely new walnut dining C'..unt) Telfarrttph nhall putillHh. thlw
Ii phus Harrell, and Mr. and Mrs. room suite. Just bought It In this Order In neat four weekly |I.INII..II.
whne.my hand end nffinlalseal ATLANTIC
"i PHONE 121 Zedra Hamilton and sons attended week. Mighty prettytIrvin I at Sfnrke. KlurMii, this Au*-
II Starke, Fla. services at Little Springs Sun- Andrews is mlsulng some unt( I"VcN11( ,. OKAI) A, J. Thom... >
day. school this week with a, badly__infected An Clerk ot Haiti, Court ALEII Na EER f
Iii Luclllr.. '
I (nnn.e. 11. I'lire.n
foot. His root is swollen "
.and flrettn; ;, Htarko; Florida r.ii.t flood Ch*?
Funeral SundayFor teirlbly. The origin of his foot'I Attyn. for 1'''. tl 39 4t 9-Id I
trouble Is not determined.
JRN While\ You LEARN to FLY Mrs. Ida Chase Mrs M. L. Johns Is In Shady. N tlo.. I.!ROT5C91 hereby given] that. Ih.unh'r."n..1 rMILLER'S I
Mrs Ida A. Chase, 72 widowof crest Hospital this week. Her ." .In ..niraM, .*(I .In ""Mln".Munl..r
the flrtltlouK of Hlnrlol
Fred Chase, died suddenly at daughter Mrs Charlie Cowen, of City Transit In Hmrki Bradford
her home near Starke last Friday Gainesville In visiting with her. County Plorldii and, intends, toreflst.r
The G. I. BILL of RIGHTS night. She had been a resident of. Mr. Cowan returned to Gainesville the offloa th of the fli-fItloua Clerk., of tha name('lr-In
where he is enrolled studentat putt Court of llradford
Bradford County for 25 years. I.( as a County Fin.
W II <- J. Unr. .n. Box 878. HEADQUARTERS FOR HOME LICHTINGl
Mrs. Chase was a native of the University of Florida. mrk! Pla.u .
Marlon County and was a lifelong -I Mm. A.. T. Williams. of Cleve- .- 4t to-i
member of the Baptist land, Ohio was recently visitingher IN (lnfr1T'OI'nr. nn"nrono (:)
'e fol- rillwl.ng (.01''''.. ".
are now Approved for the |Church. sister .Mrs. Marjorie Kelley. f ltil Y. PLUHIIlAl IN CHAN.
courses: 1 Survivors Include one daughter Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Tomllnson Kath.rlne Conk, p '! Carl 1
ic Ground Primary and Ad- I Mrs. Katie GriKIs of Starke; six and Frank L. attended Primatlve Cook ORT, Defendant>mR OF .pirrtt.irATH Case ltko."ia: .
need Flying Also Private, Coin -.......... : f brothers and two sinters. I fI Baptist Church Sunday at Little ANn NOTK-ra TO APPEAR! (
ercial and F II i g h t Instructor ,_ ecurses. ... I Funeral services were held Sun- Springs. Cook STATE, whoa OF roalflnnoa FLORIDA' I Is. 14 t ol Proa-Carl ,
"' day'afternoon at 2 o'clock at the EiiHtace Lee Kelley I III In New pert Street K.. .
Approval No. 5650. "'W'----' :.. yport J.r.)*"
; graveside In Duval Cemetery with York visiting and sightseeing. He, You an r aired to appear on m
1947. la I
the Rev. Curtis Harris officiat- writes that he Is enjoying "the Court and raiin., nrhitraln. llt i t
f lass Room Instruction Tues. & Thurs. ing. hustle and bustle" but believes plaintiff' Tuloitrnnh Mtt' ..k. dlv"ahall...*.publlnh Flradfordounty this ]i ,
M. that he would rather visit there Order In nee tour weekly limiix. .
<\lIU) OF THANKS than live there. He Is going to Wlfn. *. my hand and official I i k
seal at "' .rk., Florida this B.prnnhxr -
We wish to extend our heartfelt drive back aoon. He has to be In I. 1941.10FFlr'AI.6Itr.AI.
NW A Y.LIBBY U-FLY-IT SERVICE thanks to all who so kindly Gainesville when the fall term '' .) A. J. Thoma. .
A a 1"1..10 of sold' C ur'. '
assisted us during the sickness opens at the University Hy f.nrMli' C. ConniT. D C t .tt\\
PHONE 147 OR 32 \ i (
J r It erxrhange; .
and death of our beloved wife The E. L. Kelleys visited In Ifjirrlffon. Law Blila t 1 .
CONWAY AIRPARK and mother also for the many I Tallahassee recently, Ally fur flf. .-s 4t .... Cy. U T! ( 1M
beautiful flowers. Roy Tomlinson believes he's
L. 0. Sibley and children through picking peas. Ho says his IN ('in.
tNTV. n.OHIIKl IN <4.II1N.Mmrcln < .
( e:n Y'._ M
J. rlnwning Hnrn ii, riftlnIff Mill LAMPS
II vi. Pfo. Auauntlni r. Flurn*, :
net..n'l"'" Cass No 5117.OHflKH .
Ware SOFA BED SUIT 2 Pieces $129 8TATR AND OP NnTrp OP PIXHlf, :Pf'MLlr-ATTO.y TO AIT'FAR to: ftf.: Auiruatlna -
J. rfnrneii, whona addr..*. Jb AND tlGHTTNaFor
-.-. "-- U; It. A lnomin. iuadron O,
Maxwell Field, Monta-nmvry, Ala-
Vim. are r.intr.rt to ."".11. on
xx g Of>thbpr 11 1947 In the ahov named FIXTURES
aI Court and '
raueit wherein plain
t 'a.tpv: tiff. seek. divorce. a"'l, .nn andrtmtody
,1AJy S .t of minor rhlld.,. llradford
: County Tlvrafih shall publish this'
Order In next. four weakly. In.,...
f Wltn>. my nand and offl-l.l I
I "ul at Htarke Florida, this S.pt.mA.r } Your Home!
I Ia 9, 1947 .
I ">p'P'lrIAI.1'1..> A. J. Thnma
Ae Clerkof Mid. rnnrlLray
tu<-Hla f "'"n" .. n. C. J
Atty H. O. for Hrown Plf." "'.rk.. Fla.9.11 41 t If.. arrival dally from..mailer nail....... .la the ham lighting .
IS-I'' HId. make It a Mm.... thai you visit\ on* el lb. bautifuLaiodera
IN riHci"IT tocMr.tt ,
,.> \, ri.OHIKAl. IN tH".N. Miller Lighting Studio on your n..l My lo lackaon111 -
"Fort". .. .! Sparkling, hlmnMrlag crystal fixtures Iron old
Albert A. Nolan' Plaintiff, .". Mary
l.n.1',1..". Defendant. Cae NoI plantation' bright gleaming brass Item America's modem
lun.I or T>Krt op ptrr firATioK lighting. manufacturer such as Framburfr and IJ'lhlollet11
ANf, NOTIfT: TO APPEAR m. hr .la l 109.1 ly ipUndor lot your .Uetloa. S.o lh fills
I HTATW OF FI.mm to: Mary .
: olUctlon-wxm! .
I f >u Nolan wtiMHe r nlden I*:
a"rtetyfill.. Month Carolina.
Ton are required tn appear or
I Cruder It 1947 In the a hove. named
i Court and ....u.., wherein plaintiff .
.....k" divorce. Bradford County
Telegraph' shell publish this Order
In. neit four weekly: l Issues.
t Wit"... my ha
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0' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAJtKB. FLORIDA FRIDAY. BEPTEMBrp ,
FOuR __, ,__ ,___ =_...__ %
BHS Band Is Handicapped By ShortageOf ested In the band. "If they growup School Cafeteria Has 'Growing Pains
I and CLUBS In the atmosphere they'remore
SOCIETY I II
Instruments; Will Get New Uniforms"We're likely to stick," the director Few Patrons Yield Their Gum To Sign'Over I
said. As part of this program,
I definitely getting new And since the beginning of this Mr. Bates Intends to work after four hundred Bradford go home" he said "and tit
Mrs. BennettIs Starke Masons Enjoy uniforms sometime this year" A. season, five playing,; members have school hours and to give free In- County school students filed past bring lunches" Tables are loc,:
Honored With Lake Butler PilauTen i I W. Bates, director of the Brad- jumped over to' 'the cheerleaderside dividual lessons every day. the sign, "Please dispose of your do under bring shade trees for thou *i
ford school band announced this of the field. But there are "The tendency In the schools gum here" last Monday, and only lunches
Lovely ShowerThe lodges were represented at week. The money for the new still 40 students signed vp for the today," Mr. Bates stated, "Is fora two wads were resting In the saucer the n:24 beU,,
a regular communication on Tues uniforms Is a result of years of tootln squad, even thought mostof strong 80-plece uniformed at the end of the day. Times halls of ?/
home of Mrs. Harvey Star day, September IS: of Lake But fund raising by concerts and the them belong, in the beginner marching band. Jasper has one, have either changed or the students High last Monday, the nSf t
ling, on Clark Street, was the ler Lodge No. 52, at which time :.sale! of souvenir* football pro- group. "We've plenty of raw material and so has Gainesville. Starke have learned the astonishingfeat were the first to rush for S. J
scene last Friday afternoon of a they were hosts at a chicken grams. ," Mr. Bates said, "and I should get In the program some- of eating and chewing gum wing of the two-storied J
miscellaneous Marian shower given Rafuse Bennett plleau supper. During the enacting The football music won't be too have high hopes for a first class 'where." at the same time the sign is of building. They found their *
or of beets
Co-hostesses with Mrs. three candidates were raisedto strong this season, since gradua- band. The band Is working against the In the school cafeteria.But bread milk, and cracker,8! II'
Starling were Misses Myrtle and the degree of Master Mason bya tion and conflicts have drained the The young beginners (there are ,strong handicap of lack of instru the sign Is typical of the on the tables
Mildred Thomas and Mrs. K. E. mixed team headed by P. M. playing members. Last year, Mr. 15 fourth to ninth grade students ments. The only equipment owned smoothness which marks this plates Intact), (this keepi J
Newsome. Mrs. W. A. Dryden Barefoot of Starke and W. M. Bates said, the band lost six with instruments) are part of a by the school consists of a bass yqar's cafeteria operation. Despite explained that PrinCIPal
presided at the punch bowl, and Weeks, of Pahokee. members to the football squad. program to keep members inter- i I drum, bass horn, and trap drums. United space, reduced fed- about twice weekly.meats are ten
Mr. Maxwell also 'assisted In Starke Masons present were: C. -- Students playing other instruments eral aid, and Increased patronage, Grades one
B. Hernwall S. L. Peek T. B. Lhrough ,
to furnish their well.
serving the guests. are forced the cafeteria is doing right through in their
P. M. Barefoot F L. turn.
Harding "The school should have Items of equipment, and u
own. Two new the
effective dec- higher
An exceptionally grades
Durshlmer and T. R. Connell. ". begin to
orative scheme was used for the The delicious from 12 to 20 Instruments. the a shining new potato peeler and In. They pay their 25
supper was pre-
large table from which the guests pared and served by members' Bandmaster said. "Gainesville has refrigerator, were added to the the door (a five cent raise cent Inp
instruments valued -
were served. This featured an exquisite wives of the Lake Butler lodge. recently bought" facilities this year. But now was necessary, but no further
lace table covering, in the I at 2500. cafeteria supervisor Mrs. .A. W. creases are Indicated),
center of which was the large r In urging that students join Bates and Principal Chas. Partin the steam tables, the PUs
FFA Members Wonder If read- the best of them after this when milk cm
Enjoy All me you said that Instruction of other Improve-
band Mr. Bates dreaming
punch bowl. The base of the bowl the are ter, and so on to the
era.ever stop to think what we they want to look through masonite-covered scrubbed*
was surrounded by enormous Peanut Boiling and music are free, ments such as ing tables.
dahlia heads of various beautiful columnists go through In order Iron grill on the post office steps only cost to the student being his tables and better stoves. All told, 406 students
.. Two weeks one Inquisitive used
colors, with double candelabra on Approximately 40 members of that you"might enjoy a paragraphor In Instrument. Evidence that the facilities are cafeteria Morday." Of this
with youngster got her 'head caught ??
either side.Placed the Bradford. Chapter Future along your morning last Thurs- The band elected officers for well used Is offered by the 495 ber 32 were teachers ((37 teich,
the bars and
coffee! Here I
throughout the'room Farmers of America and their last Monday. students almost half of the student total), 7 were cafeteria
keys, when I'd much rather. day Raymond Gomes and Margie the coming year help*
clever of friends were participants last Sat body who ate there Friday, and 42 were free meals
were be listening'for the next hurricane Colley came to the rescue of an- Those chosen were president given,
urday night in a peanut boiling Partin stated that needy children.
dahlias and lovely assorted sum- other little lady who fell victimof and Principal
mer flowers. and weiner roast given for them bulletin or dropping In at Billy Smith; vice-president Buddy over 400 students "consistently"utilize And in all that crowd '
the Intriguing trap
USO local focal for same
at Lake Conner the ( point Faxon secretary Martha Home; few chewed I
Hampton by Doyle ; the cafeteria. "Only a gum
Several delightful games were refugees) to see If Audrey Carlisle Small fry, beware! Local
FFA President of last year, treasurer, Vivian McRae; student
enjoyed by the guests, and favors ever got a chance to use her magnificent friends of "Shep" Sheppard are
were presented to winners. Mrs. and Maurice Edwards, Jr., new Red Cross first aid set up rejoicing over the fact that he was conductor, Annette Gunter; reporter tember 10, 1947. John J. Henderson, Eso., sigustlne
'Third Vice President (OFFICIALlEAL: ) A. J. Thomas, Fla.
C. J. Powell won high prize In a Yes 'TIs nice to knowwe discharged from that New Orleans Pat McGrlff. A. Clark of said Court. Atty. for PIt 9.1S It:
I ,Bridal Contest, while Mrs. Jennie The boys were accompanied on hospital without having to undergo By Lucille C. Conner D. C.
have someone on the job, ready;
this enjoyable outing by their advisor Zach H. Douglas, Gainesville Fla.
''W Droyden received second prize. and V. R. Fer- to swing into action, whether the an operation, and Is now backat BIRTHSMr. Atty.: for Plf. -ir 4t 10-S IN CIRCUIT Corny BRADPn
Many lovely gifts were receivedby supervisor, COUNTY FLOIIlDti |\ CB
lJ till home in Lake City .
comes our way or CERY
guson, Instructor of Vocational and Mrs. Irle W. Dobson, BRADFORD __ __
the honoree on this memorable I'M CIRCUIT COURT Arthur M. tilenn. Plaintiff,
occasion. Agriculture.D. Lake Butler, boy (Donald Irle), COuNTY FLORIDA IN C1IAMCBRY. Constance E. UUnn Catena.\
Looks an If we're approaching Case No. 65t3.ORDER .
Sept. 4. Cr.ol&Wilhi" BlUe Plaintiff, vs.Woodrow .
At this point, seems as if we'Umiss the Golden other OF PPBLICATIOV
Age or some
tr-res rrrrsssrsrn S-S 5555 E. Dills, Defendant. Ca.eNo.
AND NOTICE! APPEAR
G. Kelly HonoredAt Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Clem- TO
INSURANCE the big blow, which is reported some such happy era for ailing 6941. STATE OP FLORIDA to C
EventDavid heading westward into the animals .. Hear'that three IIUt one Starke, girl (Linda Ann), ORDER OP1 PUBLICATION stance E. Glenn whose reild.i
If :you need fire, automobile life Birthday Sept. 5. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Is: 1119 East Allen Annul, P
Gulf However we're OF FLORIDA to: Woodrow '
or any other type: Insurance, see getting of four 1947 BHS grads enteringthe STATE Worth, Texan.'
taste of it to let Mr. and Mrs. Calvin C. Williams E!. Dill., whose residence Is You are required to
me at 129 W. Call Street opposite Kelly celebrated his 69th just enough us U of F are planning to become unknown. appur
October 13, 1947 In tin ,
9&J Bradford County Telegraph birthday anniversary on Sunday, know what a horrendous thing veterinarians They are Charlie Starke, girl (Sherrie Lue), You are required to appear' eh named Court anil cause, wh it,r<
In Starke. Saving engaged Sept.<7. Featured was a lovely,: the real McCoy must be Knight, Jimmy Godwin, and Bar- Sept. 6. or above before named October Court ISth, 1847 and, .It cause, County plaintiff Telegraph seek divorce shall publlili Bridl?
In this business since large birthday cake In the center Streets are littered with leaves ney McRae (Jr.) The fourth, Mr. and Mrs. Norman W. Dow wherein plaintiff seeks divorce.Bradford Order In next" four weekly inu i
1931, I am well qualified to of the lace-covered table. and moss Here and there a Marlon Manning will specializeIn dy, Starke, boy (Norman WilliamJr. publish this County Order Telegraph In next shall four at Witness Stance my Florida hand ,and this"iffldil.
represent your beat Interests) Present to enjoy this delightful tough old oak has yielded a size- physical ed and social studies, .), Sept. 9. weekly Issues. bar 11, 1947.OFFICIAL. @Opt.
No client of mine ha ever lost occasion were many friends and I able limb to the Insistent wind just to be different Pleased to seal Witness at Starke my, hand Florida and, this official 9th ASJ( Clerk of SEAL said )Court A. J. Thor
a thin dime by placing their relatives, Including: Miss Corrlne Street lights are out In some see Andy Adkins back In town, of September, 1947. By Lucille C. Conner, f'B C
Insurance with me. Kelly, Miss Marie Sherman, Miss parts of town Rain falls Intermittently even If he Is still on crutches as a Notice la NOTICID hereby given that the (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Fleming, Jones, Scott t1., ft
A. Clerk of said Court. nett National Bank Bldir Jack.
N. D. WAINWRIGHT, JR. Eunice Box, Miss Joan Box, of Some forty or result of that knee cap operation undersigned fictitious 10 engaged in of business Starke By Lucille C. Conner D. C. vllle, Fla.
Jacksonville 'are In the under the name John J. Henderson, Esq., Solicitorfor Atty. for Plf. 9.1! It':
Phone 154 ; Mr. and Mrs. Lem fifty "refugees' dozing Won't keep him from reentering City Transit In ': Jkelnt BradfordCounty Plaintiff. 9-13 4t 10-3
Sr 4555I Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Howard lounge of the USO building, where the University next Mon Florida paid toregi.ter
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Fate Brown, the Red Cross hurrldly set up day however Billy Jackson the office the of the fictitious Clerk of the name Circuit In- IX CIRCt'IT COURT OF BRAD- 1:11! COIINTV.CIRCUIT P1.0HIU vOIHT. HRtDFOI l> IBI
Mrs. Roy Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. headquarters Wednesday afternoon currently enjoying a vacation with Court of Bradford County, Fla.Wallace FOils COUNTY FLORIDAl IN CERY.
Jack Wynn, Mrs. Lizzie Wynn. Mr. Most of them came more the Central truck being taken over Starke, Fla. J. Carson, Box 373, Jeannette('H"' (""JRY.Barnes Boyette, Plaintiff Christina John II. Bolen Godfrey.Clodfrey Plaintiff, DIditnt. !
Office Siioplies Mr. and Mrs. Eston Brown, Mrs.J. from fright than from necessity by relief man Erne Bradberryof 9-13: 4t 10-3 v. Woodrow Boyette, Defendant. Case No. 6913
C. Sapp and children, and Mrs. Some from houses that are, Tampa I V CIRCUIT COt'ItT. BRADFORD OH DEM OF PUBLICATIONAND ANf ORDER NOTICR OF Pl-BUCATIOV TO APPEAR
Oliver. not exactly storm-proof, and COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN- NOTICE TO APPEAR STATE OP FLOniDA tr Cb
CE5C STATE OF FLORIDA to: Wood- Godfrey, who. r
others from low spots that have 11111 and Rtmroe MrLane, two ex- FI. l'Kiley Campbell, Plaintiff row YI'; teUn'k residence andaddress dence and 1lrens. i In BoiSummervllle .
Farm Home been flooded in past "disturbances" Callstreeters who left Starke while vs. Asdley T. Campbell Defendant.Case ,: South C.r&,ln..
: No. 11923ORDER You are required to appear on You are r'.fiulrert tr spp* r
of this kind still In knee panta some 20-odd OF PUBLICATION October 10 1947, In the above October 10( 1947 In the Rbotemr.
Will Begin ServicesOn I years ago are .spending this AND NOTICH TO APPEAR named Court and. cause wherein Court .and cauno, wherein PUinseeks
STATE OF, FLORIDA to: Audley plaintiff .socks divorce and restoration divorce. Bradford C.unty'l
October 1st Everything In the USO seems to week together with- their wives, T. Campbell, whose residence And of maiden name.. Bradford egraph shall publish: thin Order
be well in hand, with Ted Osborne at the Matthews cottage on, address la: Unknown. County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder next four weekly. l 100uPI.
You are required to appear on In next four weekly Issues. Witness hand and oW
Miss Madge Whigham, formerly (county disaster co-chm.), Ruth Kingsley Hear that Maxie' Co3urt 1847 In u.h. above' Witness my hand and official seal at Starke my Florida, this Etembttr
with the Farm Security Adminis- Morse (executive secretary) and Carter (Jr.) and Bobble Turner named and wherein seal at Starke. Florida this September 8, 1987.10FI"ICIAJ. .
plaintiff meek divorce. Bradford 1947.OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thor
tration, will become llratifordCounty's Audrey ready for any eventuality accompanied Ralph Rhodes on the bounty Telegraph shall publish this ( SEAL) A. J. Tnomae.As .... Clerk of cold rnurtPy
home demonstration Ironical note Is that Red Cross return voyage to Eustis in his Order In next four weekly Issuea.. Clerk of said Court.By Lucille: C. Conner:, PC '
Witness my hand and official Lucille C. Conner, D. C. T. Frank rjindrum. Stark'. F'
agent on October 1. She Is the workers from here, and allover new Higgins boat They embarked seal at Stark., Florida this September T. Frank Landrum, Starke. Fla. Atty. for Plf. '-1s It '
the state in In the St. 1. 1941.OFFICIAL Atty. for Plf. 8-13 4t 10-3 _
first the county has had In over were meeting Tampa Johns, at Jacksonville ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
ten years when It shared the services Tuesday but had to break up and made' the trip with- A. Clerk of said Court. IV: CIRCUIT COURT. IIRADFOROCos'sVv IM: (covos'rv CERCCIT FLOHIDtl("O 'R'I', Bn 1lB'DW
of one with Union County. early and hurry home because of out mishap, except for a brush T.By Frank Lucille Landrum.C. Conner Starke, D. C.Fla. FLORIDA IN CHAN CEHY.'P. .
Miss Whigham moved to StarkeIn the storm warnings Maybe with a turtle that bent the propeller Atty.; for Plf. 9-11 .t ,-SIX Ann CKHV.Nettles Oreear. Plaintiff, vs. Mildred. i. ICappock Blomfield, Jr.Kappook. Plaintiff, ,
Hundreds of Useful 1936 and has lived here continuously -I they should pick some other and slowed them down on Ralph E. Oreear Defendant. Case fondant. Cane 1"N 5940.
except for three month than September for their the last lap The W. G. ClltOCIT COtTRT. BRADFORD No. 5943. ORDER PI'IOLICTT
and School year. String- COUNTY FLOHIOAl IN CHAN.rKHV. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR AND NOTIfR TO APPF}"
Office she spent with the War Depart- I meetings) Green's Store seem fellow. are enjoying a visit with ORDER Of PUBLICATION STATE OF FLORIDA tc )(MBlomfleld '
Too ment. She has ed to be the establishment son-in-law and Ray S. Williams, PlaIntiff va. STATE] OF FLORIDA to: Ralph Kappock whose rand ..Id>
served nine only Robert
Necessities years Frank V. vrilllams. Defendant. K. Oreear, whose residence and address address Is ill Vicki W
with the FSA.According :adopting a "better safe thansorry" and Margaret Barkley and grand Case No. (943.ORDER last known la Norton, Virginia Whittier, California.
Numerous to mentionU to Miss boardingup daughter in OF PUBLICATION % Veteran' Taxi Co. You are required to ftPP'.'
Whigham, policy Busy Margo, Newburg, AND NOTICE TO APPKAH You are required to appear on or October 10. 194T, In the Bbo>'. ran
the home demonstration agent Is their plate glass windows Wed- N. Y. Melba Stringfellow STATE OF FLORIDA to: Frankie before October 13th, 1947, In the court and cause wherein pi i.
We Don't Have What "home economics teacher" In afternoon Most of us went along too V. 'Wllltama whose residence. la: above named Court seeks. divorce Bradford.CM
a nesday stopping in Phil ,1823 Went Walnut Street, Louisville wherein; plaintiff knd1vnrc'a; :andou.toly : : Telegraph shall publish this Or
You Need We'll Get the field". She Is to stimulate In think "we'll just wait and ace" adelphia with the ,,A., B. DeMace- Kentucky.Tou of children. Bradford In next four ..eJ'nJ.IMUM.
are required to appear on County Telegraph shall publish. this Witness I mv : offirini'at l
the rural ofa Hurricanes have ,
people always .
It For Youjjjj October 13. 1947, In the above Order In next four weekly Issues. Starke. Florida this W"mbFF4ICIAL
,,' j si r sT--*III'r m more wholesome community. around U8 and we complacently named Court and cause, wherein Witness my hand and official 9
the part they can play in making believe that this one will too Interesting note in the mall this, plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford this seal at Starke. Florida this *th ( SEAL) A. 1. TUT
County Telegraph shall publish of September, 194?. A. Clerk of ald Court.
The position Is similar to that of this week from June Patel who I Order In next four weekly Issues. (OFFICIAL UISAL! ) A. J. Thomas. By Lucille C". Conner, DC i 411I I
W Bradford County Witness mjr hand and official As Clerk of said Court.
the county agent, that It Pre-hurrlcann gleanings Red seems to be her in Atty. for Plf. Btar'ki Fl
, except ; enjoying stay seal at Starka, Florida, this Sep- Vy Lucille C. Conner, D. C. I 1'. Frank LandrUm, ,
deals with farm women and their and Irma Buford enjoying two New York, In spite of the arduous
homes. weeks of vacationing camp life 'task of studying voice Says '.
: Telegraph The State District home demonstration New assignment for Emma he recently enjoyed the thrill of
I I I agent Is to meet with ,Chalker (formerly In charge of all I meeting Phil Slivers, the famed
Phone 29 Miss Whigham on October 1 to Army hostesses in the Pacific! ) Is comic, and also rated a private
128W. Call work out plans and office hours, Alaska And what with winter showing of "Ivy" in the RCA
Provision for the home demonstration coming on! Congratulationsto building;, where they test pictures
,q agent was made by the Mrs. Barnum Johns, one of our before releasing them Things
Board of County CommissionersIn good, old-time residents who celebrated she misses! most are her yard and ;- C
? the new budget at the request her 78th birthday anniversary flowers "1'11. spend all my 'j4 Exquisite
.t [pJIi of a large delegation of Bradford Wednesday Comer Perry- time In the yard when I return,"
: County farm women. man apparently feeling ship-shape June vows "I've yet to see ff' uq1 Costume Jewelry
, after shelving his tonsils and adenoids pretty,green grass and flowers lu lt
'" Him. Mun. '}',_ New A & P Building and having his nose operated anywhere around here. I also miss uf3iIt Novel, practical an
Sept. 21-22-23 on, all In one fell -swoop In all the nice friendly faces around Jewelry I Is on display at our ctore. ....
l Nears CompletionContractors Jacksonville last week Marvel- Starke This Is undoubtedly, the find pieces to reflect your good ta..te
MY DARLING Ing at Marlneland and Daytona coldest place, as tar as friendliness 0 every detaiL. Stop In and see our oe'II'
for the new A & P Beach Hazel Fields, -, a>
Sunday were Is concerned you ever saw" 4' large assortment to wear with, tb-
CLEMENTINEHenry. building reported Saturday that Bob Tanner and Raymond Bullard June says she has also had a :% fashions. 'You'll find what you t
completed of Baldwin and Anita Murphy of bid to cast of '
,join the a Broadwayshow to 91MEN'S
;1'' Fonda, IJnda1)Srnell I this week. The 46 x 00 concrete New York but doesn't feel that she's 'i* at, a price you'll be gll<
Victor MatureAlno block building, located on East .
( quite ready for that yet She'llbe
'T "Loulalann Spring [Call Street, was started approxi- Eddie nartmunn' had real
delighted to hear from any and
f time" and News, ,) 38
ago. prise one night recently when he all Starkeites at the following ad.
Wed. Thum.' Srpt 81 25 The local A.Ie P grocere.expocts stopped by his folks' house to find dress: 85ft Lexington Ave., N. Y. AND LADIES,
DOUBLE FKATI'RB to move Into Its new quar- a group of friends waiting to help .
ters two or three weeks after the him celebrate his birthday BUova & Gfgin 'WatcLs
BLACK ANGEL structure Is completed. The gala gathering was arrangedby < Had the pleasure last weekendof
IN A WIDE PRICE
wife Loyree Cliff Brown reading "Cub Reporter' by
:MARY KSTKIXK MAINE8
Dan Iluryra, Juno back from basking on Jax Beach Boyce House who. If you don't already -
Mary Eatelle Malne Infant
Vincent, Peter Lorre whither he went In an attempt to know. Is the brother of
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hal Y. -
And100 ward off the hay fever bug Marlon Faulk (Mrs. C. W.) of -
Maines of Lake Butler, died :Monday -
Starting their school-bound trek Florida Plastics '. "Tls a fascinating Sterling Silver by International
MENAND in the Alachua CountHos-
to Stetson this weekend will be book all about the gay
pital. She was born on Sept. 7.
Sylvia Morse, Steve Weldon, C. W. days on the old Memphis Commercial 5
Burial was In the family in'
A GIRL Lake Butler. Colson, J. E. Denmark and Loyall Appeal, once "the South's t
Deanna Durbin, Lropoltl I' Douglas of Brooker Othma greatest newspaper" Boyce. Men's and Ladies Accessory JewelryFine
StokowshlAlso (Sonny) Haynes resumed his studies mown as Texas' most popular
CARD OF THANKS
News I at Atlanta Dental College on author, reconteur",-humorlat, and -
Frt. Sat. St-pt. 26 2T We take this opportunity of; the 15th after a well-earned vaca- speaker U the author of several I
DOUBLE FKATIRK expressing our sincere heartfelt tion at home Alice Lappe tells other tomes. Including "I Give Watch
'. thanks to each and every one who me that he uncle and aunt. Mary You Texas" and has been the subject Repairing
SHADY LADY wall no kind and thoughtful to us an.1 Tom Shea of St. Louis, Mo., of a full length article in Life
during the recent Illness and deathof got sand In their shoes last year magazine If you can beg, borrow
Glnny Slnsmn, ('''-. our little darling.! Words can- while here and have come back or steal a copy 4If "Cub
Coburn, Uobt Paige not express our appreciation for for a two weeks' visit porter" I know you'll enjoy It Re-I
And your thoughtfulness. May Cods i -
richest blessings be with you. We Bet I know of two little girls So long See you in the next I GEM JEWELRY
RIDERSOF want to thank you for the beau- who WOD' let their curiosity get ... -CarolynALVAREZ' I
tiful flowers which cover the
DESTINYWith mound n where our loved one ; ,
John Wags.Chap. Men's'Clothing L' .
11 ,"PbaDeEmpl..." I STORE l 109 E. CALL ST.
-4 "The Hoonlns Problem" Mr. and Mrs. H.And B.family Kelly Established 1894 PHONE 170 STARKE. FLA.rt .
-,, ...". -. ... .
BRADFOBP COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TAKKK. FLORIDA ,
PAGE FIV* "
of LOCAL NEWS Miss Marian Thaney of Brook Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mathews of:-
I llTS pensation Act
I provides a penaltyof
lyn N. Y. was the guest of Mr. Falatka were guests Sunday of double compensation If a minor McClane Stresses healthy animal to the extent thatIt
and Mrs. Albert Hartmann last their son-in-law and daughter, Is Injured while employed in vio Danger Of Cattle winter.will not be able to endure the
Frank Orrin of Mrs. J. H. Fields Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dowllng. The lation of
d Bra has as her Sunday through Wednesday. : the Child Labor Law and
Ce Mrs. J. T. Toml1ne guests her sisters Mrs. Harold family gathering was In honor of the additional compensation must Lice Infestation"Hundreds Every herd Inspected has yield.. I
'tlIf and Mrs. Grarelatives Ford of Cocoa, who will visit for Mrs. D. W. Moore returned home little Billy Boy Dowllng's ap-' be paid by the employer and not ed some Hoe-Infected cyittlel la
wales Ga. were 10 days ana Mrs L. E. Miner of Sunday afternoon from a visit preaching third birthday anniver the Insurance carrier. Smith point. of our cattle won't many Instances, the lice have I
r Of Macon InSunday. New Smyrna, who will stay In with her son, C. R. Moore and ed out. In addition to the penalty 'make It through the winter" com i contaminated the entire herd. Farmers
friends and definitely.Mr. family in Lake Wales. sary.Mr. of double compensation criminal mented! County Agent T. K. Mc. are urged strongly. to Inspect
I and Mrs.
( Jilt David Kelly were, all of the cattle Immediately
action may also be taken Cane Jr., while
and Mrs. Harry Mrs Mae Edwards. Miss Elaine visiting Mr. Kelly's daughter. Mrs. as discussing the for this louse.
elr teWM rhavVberg: Mr. and Mrs. R. j. Mooty Edwards and James Cannon were Eunice Box in Jacksonville Sunday a result of Illegal employment of recent infestation of the African I
Davis, of I a minor. The penalty for The lice are readily! controlledby
Starke and Mr. visiting in Daytona Beach last' Tall Louse In Bradford County.
and Mrs. Milton dipping the tall In a solution
weeks, returned Illegally employed child labor Is
a two Thursday. "Although about 3.00O head have
1 tor St. Peter and Miss Beryl Hollandof j Mr. fine not of 1 1-2 percent DDT. The solution -
,to his home In Berman R. Koolbeck has returned to exceed $::100 and imprisonment been treated In the past two weeks,
1 Gainesville t
will 'attend the Mr. and Mrs J. H. Kruse will I I to her home In Jasper after spend- not to exceed six that's only a small portion of can be prepared by using
marriage Saturday night of John return to ing a week months. Each one pound of 00 percent wettable
Saturday their home In, with Mr. and Mrs. B. day during which Bradford County cattle," the
d Mrs. Ira P. Shepherd Scott and Miss Anne Andrews In Lake Worth after a visit with C. Holtaendorf. any violation continues consti- County Agent continued. Treat. DDT to four gallons of water.
meavUle Ca. arrived last Mandarin. tutes Other types of DDT preparationsmay
their a offense.
grandson, Albert G. Kruae. separate ment consists of
simple and Inexpensive
visit Mr. and Mrs. I. P. I Col. D. E. Knight spent several Full be used at 1 1-2 percent
Draperies and covering: all dipping of the cow's
Slip Coven tall. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Ford of days in Jacksonville this week strength, but the wettable DDT
ored to your Individual regulations of the Act are available tall In a DDT solution.
needs at Lakeland were guests the where he was having
first of repair work seems to give a longer residual
t v Coff of Jacksonville has CENTRAL DRY GOODS. the week of Mr. Ford's uncle and I done on his apartment house. at the office of the Florida The louse Is almost as large as effect
after spending last Industrial Commission Tallahassee. a hog louse and la found almost
i borne with Wallace Faulk. Among those from out of town The aunt. Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow. B. C. Holtzendort Jr. returned entirely In the switch of tho tall. "If the tall Is full of nits (eggsl
1 Uglows and Mrs. C. F. Ward '
attending funeral services for Mrs will have home Sunday after spending a It can, In a short time, weaken a It means that the grown lice have
r L gin Tampa last weekend Lila Dyal Griffin here Tuesday as weekend guests Rob- week In Lebanon Tenn. Plans For New died but will hatchIn
bt M. F Brown, her two afternoon were Carl Dlnklns of ert Ford of Gainesville, Mr. and Jail Evergreen: ;mt-ry. Gainesville. a new crop
Florence and Markey Buahnell Mrs. Roy Reddish Web- Mrs. R. L. McDowell and Mr. and Charles Knight and Barney Now Being Drawn Survivors are his widow one ten days. By dipping the tall f
j w. Kincaid, who aced ster, Mrs. B. H. Bevel. Wildwood. Mrs. H. L. McDowell of Jackson- McRae left Tuesday for Gaines. daughter Mrs. Lemoyne Hall, of the DDT will -kill these nits when
them. Mrs. Margie Dyal and son. Bobby, ville. ville and will enter the University By ArchitectBradford Coral Gables, and one ion, Charlie they' hatch out," the County
at Mrs G. C?,Irwin and Green Cove Springs Mrs George Mrs. J. J. Jones, who is still of Florida on Sept. 22. County's proposed new A Marks Jr. of St. Petersburg. Agent said I
Jean Irwin, haveto Clegg. Tallahassee A. C., Griffin. quite ill, has been taken to the Mr. and Mrs. 'David jail has yet to come off the drawing
r, Mlas : Kelly were
Waycross Ga., Mr. and Mrs. D. home of her sister, airs. Tom Sanders board. Clerk of
the Court A.
Starke after a month'lFernandina A. visiting Mr. and Mrs.. Bruce War- I
Beach. They Monteith and Miss Margaret In Cedar Keys, where she Is ren of Worthington Springs lust J. Thomas reported this week. Shine 'em
Eustls .Mr. and Mrs. convalescing1.Mr. Plans for the structure being up
leave next Monday for W. T. Cook, Mrs. Clara H. Rousseau week. They were also guests of drawn by Winter Park architect
Ariz, where they will re- ,Mr. John Hlellch. Mrs and Mrs. John \V. Perry of Berry Kelly of Plant City. James Rogers II, should be com We can supply your
two months. Gladys LIndham. all of St. Augustine Melrose were guests Saturday of Mrs. W. A. Stern and daughter pleted by "the first of the year".
and Mrs. Clifton Brown Mr. and Mrs. Gene Griffin -:Miss Sylvia Morse. Miss Louise Stern left early this However funds have not yet polish and material fora
dnesday for Tallahassee and daughter Verna Jean. Mrs. Mrs. A. D. Crosby is enjoyinga week for St. Louis Mo., where been appropriated for the new
IL their daughter. Miss Maude Alexander Mrs. Cloyd three weeks' vacation with relatives Miss Stern Is studying at the St. structure.The first class shoe shine
Brown In her Freshmant Alexander. Sheriff and Mrs. Rex in Galveston Texas. Louis Institute of Muxlc. They state condemned the old 6 t ti
, t Other local girls' Sweat .Mrs. Harry Leigh. Mr. plan to visit relatives In Rockford jail last year and Mr. Thomas i
the university there hist -' and Mrs. Owen Dyal Mrs. Marie Miss Ona Demorest returned recently Ill. during the few days Miss said that state officials are still 1 / .
Mary Weldon and Miss McCandlesa Mrs. Alva Abernathy, after spending the summer Stern will have between registration "closely following developments". I
lh Lawson Mrs. Minna Hlnson Mrs. Nancy with relatives in Beulahville and the beginning of school. The jail problem, created quitea k t t.X
I' Stradley Mrs. Horace Graham. and White Lake, N. C. furor last fall when the State See Our 'Large Stock of
Mona Rosa of Ocala was Mrs. Ruth Mann Mr and Mrs. Ben Blackwell and 1
Claude Dyal and Prison .
Supervisor Informally commented Brand
Popular of Shoe
Mrs. R O. Daniel of Sarasota
t of Mrs. Frank Hoover I Gene Abernathy all of Jackson son Bruce went to Orange Lake "Jail? You haven't got a
and Mrs. Henry Freeman of Miami
kend. yule spent last Friday here with last week where they were guestsof jail." He was referring to the t Polishes.
friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Heagy Jr. frame stairway water leakingto
the lower floor from above
Mr. and Mrs.. B. 9. Outlaw .
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby Jr. bad ventilation worn out plumbIng .
Attention Please were vacationing at Salt Springslast !
ur were guests Friday night of his week. inferior walls lack of padded +' t
parents Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cros- cell no segregation of sick and -ms Plenty of Shine Cloths.
Automobile And Truck Owners by of Brooker. Also present was Mrs. Jack Wiley returned Friday Juvenile offenders crowded conditions -
Mr. Croaby's sister, Miss Dorothy from a visit to her home In no fence and various 'k Daubers and Brushes.!! !
Crosby who will resume her studies Nashville Tenn., where her moth other conditions that formed an
at Tallahassee next week. er Is recovering from illness "antiquated calaboose". CADET DYE In Black or Drown __ 15c
> you familiar with the new --------- f
At that time Jailor J. B. Rowe
| which 'goes into effect October Friends of Nick Alexander, Misses Hazel and Elizabeth Phil. was commended for keeping the GRIFFIN DYE In mack or Brown __ ___ _______ 15c
1917 in respect to the owner- former rant in owner Starke of will Jerry's be Interestedto restau- lips St.attended Augustine the Sunday.baseball' gameIn 37 year old building '"as sanitary CADET DYE Large Size -. ___.___u_______ 25c J:
i and operation of andks
cars p1 as possible 4jnder the circumstance -
learn that he has purchasedthe BOSTONIAN CREAM Neutral for all
The FINANCIAL REbXSIBILITY 4 Friends of A. Z Ailklni( Jr. ." Mr. Rowe stated last Saturday '! .
Klngflsh Restaurant at Roos- Colors of'Leather _.. 25e
LAW, enacted at will be Interested to learn of his that no Improvements had h. -.u t
evelt and College Streets In Jack
last session of the state legislire. I sonville.Mr. return home from St. Luke's Hospital been made on the Jail pending WIIITTEMOUE;; Suedene for Suede and
T his I law is MOST IM- last weekend. Accompanyinghim developments on the new building. Snappy Leather. Brown Black Ar Neutral -.- 25e
TANT to all operators of mo- and Mrs. Tommy Mcrsrr- was his aunt Mrs John L. 1 I
I vehicles last Wilkes who was a weekend guest Charlie A. Marks ESQUIRE Jit. Playxhine for Children'sShoes.
and should have early attention. We eau had as guests one day
your Brown Black __ __ 25c
of the family. or _____ ,.
I be glad to show you a copy of the law and if you week Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Nelson Dies In Tampa ...
ft t to protect your interests with liability insurance, of Orlando.Mr. Come to the Bradford County iS;
1 Agency, having been in operation over 50 years, Telegraph for your office Sup Starke friends of Charlie A. White Shoe 25c I
'quipped to take care of your needs. and Mrs. J. J. Canova of. phi,''.. Rubber band, pencils\ carbon Marks Sr. wit! Ires ret to learn of HEX Heel! and Sole Enamel ... ". ..
Gainesville were guests of Mrs.E. paper l<*Kal form, etc. We his death September 13 In Tampa l
E. Canova last Saturday.At hate a large supply. where he had lived since he and! CAVALIEK( Buck Sno for White Suede \.\
\\Ve Will Appreciate Your ConsiderationH. I: his wife the former Miss Allle
Kingsley Lake last weekend i CAVALIER Nun White for White Leatheror '
!Mrs. Ruby Johns was hostess tot! Child Labor Law Ellis Starke of Gainesville 25 moved from J Fabric Shoes _______??_..._ 25c ,
friends from Tampa Betty and! some years age '
C. WALL AGENCYPlease Ralph Griffin. I To Be Enforced Mr. Marks came to Starke In GRIFFIN All White In Liquid or Tube I
More StrictlyStrict ]1918 residing In the house on the DYANSIIINE In Nut Brown, Ox Blood or Black t
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dahmer
corner of Tenth Street and Temple -
Please SERVICE Starke, were in Jacksonville Tuesday and enforcement of provisions Avenue until about 1921. Ho CADET Oil Liquid in Black, Tan or Ox Blood
I I I were accompanied by Mrs Nelma of the Child Labor Law dur- was conductor on the locally fam- '
we 116 OVER 50 YEARS Fla.CLASSIFIED. BABY ELITE Polish in flack or Tan ---r-
Keene. ing the current school year was ous "Peggy" locomotive and! made
announced this ewek by Carl B. many friends while here. In Tam ALSO Many Brands! of 1'iinte PollnhesEMiuire t
L. M. Gaines resume
law studies at the University of Smith chairman of the Florida pa he was affiliated with the Seaboard Whlltemore, lion Ton. New J Era
Florida next Monday. Industrial Commission.In << Railway Cuntil nine Nero, Griffin ABC Paste and Many Others I
cooperation with the school years ago when ho retired! Mr.
I From Fernandina Sunday to authorities, the Child Labor Law Marks was a member of the Wal If It'it A Good Shine You Need, We 1
visit Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis was adopted to guarantee every do Masonic Lodge and among the Can Supply The Materials
FOUR\ CAR wa have a new FOR SALEONE were Mrs. J. R. Hardee sister of minor the right to an pallbearers were fellow members
T-CO auto radial Immediate Mr. Davis her two daughters i I as well as to protect edUCatlOn'j of this organl7atlon. :
PHF.RD Iatlnn RADIO Al low a.SERVICE.$42.60. : ..t NEW obmptetad.LUMDKIil H-BEDROOM. residence, Mrs. L. G. Thompson and Mrs. health and welfare. Funeral services were held at
ft at Mndlnon Street, Starke. III. 1x8. tag '.8. 3x Buddy Anderson, and a friend dance law requires all minors under 10:30: a. mm. Monday In the I). KOCH DRUG STORESALE
tt 13. ItiO-fTU; Window complete; Mrs. Lois Reed. I sixteen years of age to attend Mai Ion Reed Chapel in Tampa
Plumbing, Fittings; V4 In. Ply Wood; those who be and Interment at 4 in
Pine Flooring; Hook Shelves school except may wan p. m. ----
[YOUR FARM, CITY ANDCSs FI'VIill' LIMBi While Cement, Large selection of drapery and exempt because of physical or
PROPERTY Olans ALSO Uloctc.Concrete Sand.Pipe: Concrete slip cover material at CENTRAL mental disabilities or by obtain. "
i, Block, all .1...; pipe, step stones, DKV GOOD ing an employment certificate.
house piers, floor: Cement Hock Provisions of the Act state that
Mortar Mix. Steel Windows Paint of Jacksonvillewas
Mrs. Ida Baker
I STROUT .E HHAL, 011 and block Paint: Concrete Flour minors, twelve years of age or
KSTATia complete; Dump Truck Hauling1.One the guest Thursday of last
c..t edve,4taee of co.nn Nkll-Snw' new.101'S week of her son A. B. Baker. over may be employed during out SALE !
.rq. ..er.r. Ha* mad aver run HALBI 1200 up 150 of school hours. All minors under
fBarer I ", of* |tram|.mMr.rmi all the,_ down RN 120"AL mo. In CO city N'rHACriNelItltAIlFOIti limit.. Mr. and Mrs George C. White the ago of sixteen years are
.*. Deco lta
FOR BENT- desirable. !.room, last week of Mrs. G. W. Alder industries prohibited are factory Large w
presented Locally By nicely furnished, cool. apt., mod mechanical r'
W. White. mills
and Mrs. J. workshops '
c HOLLiNaswoRTH ern. Large white house large man 2 Piece
11 shady lawn. Take dirt road left establishments and laundries or
$So.. Walnut St. of new landing highway, at first Mrs. E. Miles accompanied hereon I Industry. In connection with
bridge out E. Call St., 1 ml. any %
Clark's Brookslda Farm Box '08.Starke. Billy Miles power-driven machinery
|RKS ME:8: or all kind. reno- Georgia last week Brentnall "
I!I. furniture" upholstered. and College In Minors under sixteen years of x 1
I'h.d, .. 'where he Is enrolled for the com- r
Drop. a card FOR RENT-Furnished tr onfurnlh age are prohibited from workingmore 1
'Mia' MATTRESS co., Mox ..
tka. Fla. U'AoICEI Ion St.. Stark. alp ,.18
Star- week or more than forty hoursIn
writ all line: WANTED TO RENT or lease or Last Monday than RoomS
one week or more
automobile, liability, and buy on Installments small ting accompanied her brother any Living l of
I fee m. for Tour Insurance place close to store or transportation. to Bradenton to en- eight' hours In any one day or
fi.N, D. Walnwrluht. Jr., las 8 or 4 rooms from 1 to Leon Dryden than five consecutive hours
St. Phone 154. tt 6 acres suitable for gardening. Joy a visit with relatives for the more 1: '
and chicken Am reliable. ; can without an Interval of at least 1 L (
:?\i8. P. ROWELL, Spirit. rive food referenceaiwhlte: perT day. minutes for lunch or between
dlum' and Healer. State: .??.- U Brltton Amelia CityP. thirty t a
Luther<.Y ("nee*. I Mil you 0.. Fla. *tp 911; the hours of 8 p. m. and .N
Clark P'1' I nt N.
urke on Rd. 200. Look for FOR SALE' : W. have car load of
,. beautiful Fir Doors 1 .-." thickIn Asbestoline Provisions also" state that youthsof '
following; .l..., sixteen or seventeen shall not MndemlyItrautlful Styled -
IY and have 1 0x4.0 S panel .00 eacn.20x Tapevtry -
'f "OUI' body and equal ill work between the hours of 10:00
work done at Touoalln'.i .8 ( panel 00 ach. .
(Rabeck's old bottling 18d 3 equal panel 11200 each. p. m. and 6.0O a. m. without the Tempered Spring 95
4. late of Brook. Motor, ande J .114 I t equal panel f 11.80. each. SEMIPLASTICROOF approval of the Commission and Wire Onatnictlonllanlwood MANY
Jack.on"lIle. R. ALSO2.x6.1
"ork. Iruarant..d. Upn 1-3. "Ia.B..v.r0aeach. COATING again not more than five consecutive FrameIfrnvrkxl BEDROOM..
1v>.t Ia.. hours without an Intervalof hued .
R mate with' 4 machine or 5 extra In BH Tel.....>... 4-1..... 0 at least thirty minutes. Screwed at Joint -
(> oho short tonsju for trac- ............"' ., Fie." All minors under eighteen yearsof SUITS I
'a, if1 orlelnal, to move.tona-ue Reason for for FOR SALE- house (furnleh..d I age. except those engaged In Mllichtly Shopwornllanlly Valued I
A Super-Grade at t $275
't$' an't need It eome. Ker- ) and 8 acres ot land. }tlow.louse domestic service In private homes Noticeable Just Arrived
brooders trees I
t 100. 100 and 600 wired. rr'-ufs'S Material when
d site. and metal tray. Alao era, .1'01 14 Protective and farms during the hours
/ .JJ mo"' .. 1 don't need tb.m.bell mii... H'W 2151yNW road.10th Street.vVrlteMoa. For RoofsGUARANTEED public schools are not In session, SELECT
'- wltn them?sweep.One_3rollerdln E. 211Waldo' Miami.O'N Fla. '301)0. Contact Josh I are required to have a work eel"" MANY OTHER ItARGAINS
ml- north of "-f".aLaw"r< to inspect; Uflcat which may be obtainedby YOUHS TODAY
Sep 9I2r; premle"e making application to the USE YOUR CREDIT E. Z VERMS
'AIN, About 70 assorted FOR SALE-25 are farm. O..Od j school principal or to the County
f"4.sic".Weeks. old. Waterersyitknrn stumped cmincleared. ;sop roland om Superintendent of Public Instruc
( 11thoandlIak-R. New t..ne. Un..1 barnl. I I 3.95
1 Itp 400a k5enrill. hl"h.roa.1..,.tron."* t. miles1 I I Employers should obtain and IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO It E T T E R AT J.
-C0..Pslnrln!: work also carR north of Starke W. A. Tyler.Rt. ItP. For 5 Gallons I keep on file employment or age
: Two I. j If the certificates
kI deWork.*. 0:1r1k. Stark.C.pWefat;, Fla. ONE! SASNOor Milk Gnat da-Edw..d fDr ..al.. I :show certificates.the minors are of the age JOHN H. DENMARK FURNITURE CO.
UPToarae. Norman 01... a Routs youts.. Box l6a. Start: I Darby Bros. est I olj.laeoJ tor the occupationsfor
., Apt.. 00 XJq.. whirls they af* mpk jr.4. tbemploye .
(Cat TeL I II. \eDratQ batter". fK Wile. w protected against
Ur.a-J8 PHONE 151
FOR II .ask K tra4HoaC15f unintentional violations off tnt STARKE FLA.I .
t'oAnnity f ak.. rMersI light plant R. Hamm..n.. STARKE, FLA.
I Fta. Ix>av. Rtcar-a". B.U... Flu.Tb minimum age provisions.
i V."Vt r. :.* p. ... Con- 1o a P
--. Kruee,rRt .. Box 3I Itp. Long&Idae first plate.. ', Toe Florida id's Com 1
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n.__ 'CeThi--r TCLKaRAFH. STAHrOB FLORIDA FRIDAY Sl.'l'TEMn_
rAGE BIX _ _ -III, i
CIRCUIT C VRT. BRADFORD '. un. A. Clerk .f
W. A. Saxon Jr. The affair was Fonda And Darnell a COUNTY rUOHIDAI IN C5A1Vclcstv. ; (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas John J. Herdes00 Coupt
held In the Christian Church. Aa Clerk I.Ob.laid Court, u.Une. Florida, .AU1.JJ!: f'o..8 A
Conner, D. C. ;
Have RolesIn Sunnybrook Arthur M. CU nn. Plaintiff v'' By I il
Hampton Many beautiful gifts were pre Starring CoBBtane K. Ol.nn, Defendant.CaORDiBRi8or Atty. for Plf. Stak 4t 10-S 1':111IN
T. Frank Landrum, Fla.
sented to the honoree. and prizes
New Park Film Mrs.
O. E. Crosby
By PUBLICATION CIRCUIT
By Mrs. M. C. Sweeney :Mr B. I Hlnson 'Olky
were awarded / AND NOTICB TO APPEAR COUrIrT. .It
IN CIRCUIT COURT./ SIIIADPORnC0vr4TY. FLORID"
a a a e and Mrs. Vernon Slade in the "My Darling: Clementine", star S a a a e STATBJ OF FLORIDA toi Constance FLORIDA. IN CHANCBRY. CEnT. 1:1: ca
amusing contests. A refreshing Linda CAROLYN DIANNE KELLY Allen AT.nr.ldj.:. v.. Otis yap05. '
NEW CITY OFFICIALS ring Henry Fonda. Darnell Is: illS East Fie M. Klley Campbell Plaintiff. Or..n Var,5,
repast was served at the conclusion and Victor Mature will open the The death angel saddened the Worth Texa. v*. Audley T. Campbell. Defendant Case No 5974 b'r'h
IN the recent city election a ;. appear on ORDER OF
Case No. 69H
of the party. week's entertainment at the Park entire community early Saturday ocr.ob ra"13, 'm?.dl'o: the abovemm.d l AND NOTICE Pt'BLICATION
new mayor and councilman were Theatre when it called little Carolyn Court. and cause, whsreln ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND STATE OF FLORIDA PPIAR I
starting Sunday.The morning NOTICE TO APPEAR
elected the marshal and clerk CO-EDS ENTERT.INEDAt plaintiff seeks divorce. BrairordCounty' Oren arn... who,5 10''
Kelly of Mr. and Teleirraph shall publish this STATE OF FtXDniDA to: Audley known, rold.ne.lt
were reinstated and two former the first meeting of the local mid-week double feature daughter Order In next four weekly Issues.witness '1'. Campbell whose' residence andaddress You an.
councilmen kept their seats. PTA for the new year. Mrs. next Tuesday and Wednesday will Mra. H. B. Kelly of Starke hometo ) mv hand and official sealat Is: unknown.. September 22 r''lulrod, 1941. t. Ip
live with God In Glory. Starke. Florida this Septem.be. You are required to) appear on named Court In th.
Douglas P. Hardy was the peoples -Gerald Adkins was elected president combine "Black Angel", with Dan n. 1947.OFFICIAL. :d'rc:, 147 du..h.Wha. c: plaintiff .eeka and CAu.' ,
choice for mayor with the for the present term withMrs. Duryea June Vincent and Peter Carolyn had been in St. Luke'sHospital ( SICAL) A. J. Thomas, I.plaintiff seeks rt divorce. Bradford Count)' Telegraph shall PObH.h4t p"o"
Lorre and 100 Men And A Girl" for several days where A. Clerk of said Court.By I Order In next tour ,
incumbent mayor M. L. Watterson -: Frank Thomas as vice president Lucille C. Conner D. C. County Telegraph shell publish this Witness mv w5,11 I.",
not seeking re-election after Mr. 3. L. Cole as secretary:. with the popular singing star, she had been under observation FlemingJonw, Brott A 'B tte, Barnett Order Witness In nest my tour h.nd..nd weekly Isauea.official' 1:4tarke: Florida hand, aDd lhll otrl'I'1
Bank Bid. ., JackionX'tty1. AUIUII
Deanna Durbin. The famed conductor ot specialists.All National *
serving many years In that capac and Mrs. Vernon Slade reelectedas F Ia. seal at Starke Florida, this September (OFFICIAL BEAUBTATB
Ideas Leopold Stokowski has a that hands tender 8-13 ft 10-3 I. 1947. A. J. "h.
ity. J. W. Home and T. C. Chas- treasurer. Outstanding I. loving for PI-t. OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1. Thomas, As Clerk 01
offices outlined for a featured role in the latter film. and medical aid could do was ( :By Lucille C. CBnn.r. .114 CS
taln Sr. kept their as and plans were care AB Clerk of said Court D. C
.. and I administered to relieve her pain, By Lucille C. Conner D. C. faOcbk.nvfi"[ LYn'b B
town councilmen, with J. O. Lam- progressive ana successful years. Friday Saturday Sept. 26 in riBVtriT COURT. BIIADFOHDCOUNTY. T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. Florida; :
oreaux as the newcomer In civic Visitors to school this week were 27 the Park will present a double but God law a place for her and "" FLOHIUAl IN CHAN Atty. fur Plf. i-1I &t 9-2S Atty. for Pif .. 1.13 41IN '
affairs. C. C. Tldwell remains the Foster Shi Smith county staff bill of "Shady Lady" with Ginny called her home to live with him. CEnT -
town marshal, with W. H Maxwell member and Mrs. Jessie Young. Slmma and Robert Paige and Although her departure leaves a Frankie Ray V. Williams Defendant lit CIRCUIT VOITRT BRADFORD : ('OWN'IRCUIT...... Corny Bit f",.
as clerk. These two officers county supervisor, both of Starke "Riders of Destiny" with John vacant spot In our home our Case No 5943ORDER PUBLICATIONAND OOVNTY. ..FLORIDA IN CHAN : 'stay.Retha FLOitip1 ., CIJ
Of CEnT ,
were unopposed.An and Rev. Lloyd L. King visiting Wayne. I life, and our community we know NOTICE TO APPRAR Carlton B. Sanderson, Plaintiff vs. James Tho Vivian Xarr I'lalnllll
important feature was the evangelist, of Orlando.Mr. Heaven is made brighter by the STATE OF FLORIDA to Frankle Thelma Odell Sanderson, Defendant, cse No. 6919.m a a lcerr D.r'hd
V. Williams whose residence I Is Case No. &tn.ORDICR .
stock fence law for Hampton and New Type Awnings addition of another angel. I 182* West Walnut Street, Loe.livlllo ; OF PUBLICATION ORDER>> 0' PIBLk"ATO(
: :Mrs. B. J. Brennan AND NOTlrI'J
which born Nov. 4, 1944 Kentucky.Tou AND NOTICE TO APPEAR TO APP&AR
wan passed by a large majority Carolyn was to on OF FLORID
and it is hoped that It will who now own the Cherry place Being Made HereThe and died Sept. 13, 1947, having October are 13, 1847. In the abovenamed STATE! OF FLORIDA to I Thelma Thomas Kerr who. residee 10 J.,
northwest of Hampton. have Court and cause, wh.reiflplaintiff Odell Sanderson, whom residence address Is: unknown
be enforced in the near future. Miss reached the age of two years, 10 .....k. divorce. Bradford last known la 554 Rlverdala Ave., You are r.Qulr" : 10
their guest\ all summer ,
aa McCord Novelty Shop, app
operated Yonkers, New Yo..klYou September "
months and nine days at the time County Telegraph shall publish In St
Helen P. Kennedy of Cleveland W. are required to appear on or named Court anu"'i > .1
HONORING MRS. SAXON : by owner C. McCord Orrt.r In neat tour weekly Issues. rsue! .
of her death. before September 29th. 1947 In theabove Dlalntlff seeks "bor
Thursday afternoon of last week Ohio. :Miss Kennedy flew home and located beyond the north city Witness my hand and officialseal named Court and cause nty Telegraph dlvnrr.- BrldlCou
Starke, Florida, this September shall
Mrs. F. B. Hall and Mrs. P. E. last week aboard the Eastern limits on Road 200 has turned She leaves to mourn her departure et 10, 1947.OFFICIAL wherein plaintiff seeks; divorce and i Order In next tour w..kly publi.b! ,
Greene entertained with a delightful -.Airliner "Constellation". toward the production of something her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ( SEAL A. J. Thomas, Telegraph no other shall relief.publish Bradford, this County Order coal WItness.t St.rk.my hand aad ott ie.! ,
of said Court. Florida,
stork shower honoring Mrs. I :Mr. and Mrs. L J. Wynn and new in Starke aluminum H. B. Kelly two brothers Vincent By As Clerk Lucille C. Conner. D. C. In next tour weekly lesu/ea. 28. 18n.OJ'FICrAL. this A'I
._ ._. The awnings are com and Johnnie Mack Kelly Zach H. Douglas, Gainesville Fla. Witness my hand and official' ( SEAL) A. J. 7hp
awnings. Pit. 8.12 ft lJ Seal at Starke, Florida. this 25th A.. Clerk of said Court.
frame and her grandmother, Mrs. Beu- Atty. for of August 1947. ''t' Prank
posed a covered Landrum Stnrk,
lah Kelly also her great grand. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Atty.. for Pit. 8.2' Fla
1" Let Repaint Repair by sheets of aluminum It I
painted to blend with the decoration mother, Mrs. A. S. Crosby all of IN: CIRCUIT roirnT. BRADFORD
Starke besides a host or relativesand COUNT FLORIDA. IN CUA.fi-
l Your Old Bicycle of the house. The awning
< Invented and patented by a citizen friend CreSuYWllll* Dills Plaintiff, va. TilE PICTURE YOU ,eI SIMPI.Y
. -.... Woodrow B. Dills, Defendant. Case
We'll Make It Like New of Gainesville, will cost $1.75a She was a member of the Corinth No. 6941. DIDN'T TAKE TODAY -, HMCr/
"running foot". Baptist Sunday School and ORDER NOTICE OF !PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR CAN NEVER BE TAKEN
ALSO Mr. McCord employs foor men will be greatly missed with her STATES OF FLORIDA to: Woodrow TOMORROWNOW
and K. Dills., whose residence la
cheery little laughter bright
NEW & USED BICYCLESFOR In his shop which also specializesIn unknown.Tou Is t ho time to get
the production of window and smile each Sunday morning. are required to appear on
MaVIES of those
before October Uth 1947 In the growing
I SALE door frames screening cedar The funeral was conducted on or .
above named Court and cause Youngsters. You don't;; have to
chests and porch furniture.Mr. Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock in wherein plaintiff seeks divorce. buy WILL PRAISE
shall expensive or' Projectors -
Bradford County Telegraph
BIGGS & BAKER the Corinth Baptist Church with publish this Order In next tourwe.kly to make movie of your
the Rev. C. P. Padgett of Brook- issues.Witness Otfft COOKING!
and Mrs. M. 7.,. Watterson are my hand and official own. We will rent them to you
105 W. CALL ST. STARKE at er and the Rev. L.'.D. flames of seal at Hturke. Florida this *th for' a very small fee and
I! -._-- p p-p ..... pp p pii .._- p ..... .. .--.... ... FLA.0 enjoying a lengthy fishing trip Starke officiating. of September, 1 4T. your ,,1N"nNI"I111 /NI WIll
only Investment to the film.
Cedar Keys. (OFFICIAL SEAL! 4. J. TII ma. .
Pallbearers were Loran Conner.L. A* Clerk of said Court. Come In today for further FOR SUltDAY DIHIt
Mr. William of
and Mrs. Carver
F. Dinkin Marvin Rosier andJ. By Lucllln C. Conner 1>. C. ,
; ta Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and John J. Henderson Esq., Solicitorfor Information
LET'S HAVE SOME FUN!
C. Sapp of Starke. Plaintiff. 9-13 4t 10-3 HILL'S
Mrs. J. G. Lamoreaux Sunday Hollywood Camera
I night. Before her marriage on Interment was in Crosby Cemetery
See The September 6, Mrs. Carver was Miss under the direction of Key IN riRCMT COURT OF nHnFOH1 and Gift ShopCall SHOP
; Fights ) "rol'NTY FLOHIDAl IN:
McCabe of Jacksonville
Lila Marie Masters of Jackson
C""1C"1 I.11'. St. at R. R. Starke 151 WEST CALL ST.
A large quantity of flowers Jeannette Barnes Boyette Plaintiff,
ville.Clara were given to show the last tribute vs. Woodrow Boyette, Defendant .. STARKE FLA.
Lee Bowen of Starke is -- ------ ---- -- -
Boom Town now residing with her brother-in- of respect to her. CttBOKt ANT.EK9V NOTICF3 PUBLICATION TO APPEAR
I law and sister Mr. and Mrs. L. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Haislop, STATE OF FLORIDA to: Wood-
Every Friday Night, 8:30 P M. I G. Johns while she attends the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Halalop and row Boyette, IB: Unknown., whose residence andaddress HOW DOES YOUR
, Hampton school. daughter Judy Mrs. W. C. Ward you are required to appear on
October 10, 1947, In the above BATHROOM RATE
Operated Donations and daughter Mary Ella recently
on Only Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Allen and named Court and cause, wherein "
children formerly of Jacksonville returned from a nice vacationto plaintiff seeks divorce and Bradford restoration ON PERSONALITY?
have purchased the Wllbert Hall Rock' City and Lookout Mountain County of Telegraph maiden shall name.publish this
11.Fr' .- farm and are pleasantly located T nn. and attended Grand Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness INJ It a model of convenience and
r- .. there. Ole Opry In Nashville on Sat seal at Starke my, hand Florida and this official September beauty 7 Are you proud to show H ifsi=:| J // I
: .;4 Q. :i::._ rI.at.. .., ;J e Marsh. Pvt. Robert L. Beam of Fort urday night. ( 8. 1947.OPS'LCIAb BBALA.. J. TaomM.As to guests f You c a n, achieve both p (
Worth Texas has been a guest Little Larry Hiigh Crosby is Clerk of Bald Court. these aims at a very moderate coat I
ill this week with tonsllltls. We By Lucille C. Conner D. C.
of Mr. and Mrs. G. Adkins and T. Frank Landrum. Starke. Fla. by having us modernize It with
,. ""- .. .. all wish him a speedy 10-3
._.' : Miss Helen Adkins. recovery.Mr. Atty: for Pit. 9-12 4t quality appointments
: and Mrs. Salvador Marto-
,. Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Watterson I lpiIlI
fcia of New York City and Mrs. l'f: nnCl'IT COl'Rf. nRADFORDCOUNTY. One To Three Years To
.. rm moved Friday Into their newly Pay ,
''" Guilty FLORIDAS IN CHAN.
: ;),.,. .. Viola Slllete of Jacksonville recently -
b .A fA1! ('....'( ".r. "..", ., ,, completed Mr. and bungalow Mrs. Luther on Main St. visited Mr. and Mrs. .1. N. Ann CERY.Nfttlen Qreear, Plaintiff vm. NO DOWN PAYMENT! I: .
..t:. "' :.... ,\, :, ::,- :,' Savageand Ralph K. Oreear Defendant. Case
t:: ..-'L._. o.. : twin sons Ronnie and Donnle Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. No. 6943.
r fjk.. Folk sometlwes criticize. trigger>> things we tall America: The who have spent the summer here I Crosby. AND ORDKR NOTICE Of PUBLICATION TO APPEAR Shull Plumbing & Heating
small-town editors for the way we friendliness of small towns...the moved this week to Starke. Mrs. Vera Alston of Lake Butler STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ralph
' .,' often play up "little things" ahead helping hand..the respect for one Frederick Watterson has accepted was visiting her son-in-law Ti.dress Qreear last, whose known residence Is Norton and Vir.ad. 325 Temple Ave. STARKE FLORIDA Phone 144
of big human, local lI.we.. another's rights. And above all the employment in the Farm, daughter Mr. and Mrs. William ginia. % Veteran's Taxi Co.
.*.place of world events. ..........vo1o.* .' fellowship and freedom Home Auto Store In Starke. Crosby Sunday.Pine b..ig'e; are October required 13th to, f.r7art:: or
whether It'.freedom to speak oae's Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hicks '' Court ". ,
I cant deny It.:Read ihe Gloria : i-ln knd1vn..c"
r a a a a a a S C plaintiff and
.i; and youll learn about the Martins' IIIbtd or ehooee between a 11- ofor son Virgil Sykes were week. custody of children Bradford
it.1., .? golden wedding anniversary bear .batUrmllk. 1 : .;: sell end guests Dyal. of Mr. and Mrs. Rus- Level 1 Order County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish I Indues.Wltnesn this. R. B. Alvarez & Son
'))1,) L about the oemmunlty Mug down by I figure that if everybody lobfcl Waldon Wadsworth of the Merchant seal at Starke. n.y Florida hand and this official 8th
1 ,. 1\e :river ..P t.ha huaksnif bee at after\ the "little thing.," maybe Marine arrived Sunday fora By Mrs. II. M. McRae of September, 1947.
S S C S a a a a (OFFICIAL SB1AL] ) A. J. Thomas
'" y Sober Hoaluna', :wlie. neighbors the bigger thing will take care of visit with Ms parents Mr. and A.* Clerk of said Court.
''i' I fr helped husk the .oml. and later- thanwelvei. :-crr; ,, Mrs. O. P. Wadsworth.Mrs. This community was made sad John F-y Lucille J. Henderaan C. Conner Esq.T>. C., St.' Augustine Transfer & Storage, Co.
: drank sparEing" beer i11er. rJ; :. 1t1J': ,I Walter Collins of Jackson- last Friday morning: to learn of Fla.
, ,\.." things?" Marbe. Bat ';j-A 6.Llttl. .I yule was the guest on Sunday of the death of little Carolyn Kelly, Atty. for Plf. '-12 4t 10-H
-' Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Collins. the two year old daughter of Mr.aJtd phone 910S
. ; from where I sit,titer add ap ,""' f. Moving and
...... -tcrthe.o !....lI'HoI.t 1 ; :" Cyril Plckren of Gainesville Mrs. H. B. Kelly.. We wishto IN....ciRrriT".....,,_. ..oi'BT.........n.. ....Itn..orORO I. CIlAI____ "'_
-- --- -- .n on
spent the weekend here with Bert extend our deepest sympathyto r oHi: Wa Local and Long Distance
----i; ,"" 1047, SnittJ Sute$ Brewers FtunJatuM Hlnson/ Jr. the bereaved family. John H. Oradfrey, Plaintiff vs.Christina Operate
Bolen Godfrey' Defen State of
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Carter and There were 260 In the Sunday dant. Case No IS9i5ORDKK : Anywhere
children of Starke have been vis- : OK PUBLICATION Florida.
School classes at Pine Level Bap- ANn NOTICTJ TO APPEAR
iting Mrs. Carter's parents Mr. tist Church last Sunday. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Christine ,
and Mrs R. L. Brown. Friends I Dolen Godfrey, whose. residence Also Hauling Anywhere In Starke City Limit
Mr. and :Mrs. Lavon Alvarez of and addresn .Is: Box 196,
GREEN'SGROCERY -sympathize with the Carters in Orlando who spent their week's Bummerville: South Carailna. -
the recent loan fire of their. You are renulred to appear on
by vacation here, were guests of Mr.
October 10 1947, In the above nam.dCourt .... ...
home and possessions. Plaintiff a-- .. .
and :Mrs. Robert :Myrick last and cause wherein --- -- -- -
Mrs. Ralph Pearsall and children seeks divorce. Bradford County T.I.I I II
Thursday night. graph' ahall publlHlt this Order In '
have returned home after a Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Starling I next four weekly issues. 7u3m..lly ,I.!!!! Diy CI.-j !
week's visit in Barbervllle. I Witness my hand and official'
and children of Starke and sister seal at Stark, Florida this September
Mrs. H. B. Joe I
Wiggins. Wiggins II. 1947.OFFICIAL
Starling Crosby II
Mrs. George Williams and ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
were dinner guests ,of Mr. and Aa Clerk of unld. onrt. I
son, Howell. spent .Sunday in Jax Mrs. Russell Thomaa' Py Lucille C. Conner D. C.
Delivery Service-Phone 86 with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wiggins. T. Frank I4tndrum Starke, Fla., .
the afternoon they visited Mr. Atty. for Pit .12 H 10-3
Construction was begun lat '!
and Mrs. Herman Thomas In the
IN CIRCt'lT Cooler, IIR..OFORD
week on the three Sunday School
ALL BRANDS Rising section.Mr. ('olN'Fy FI.UU1IIAI IN CIIANCK.HT. -
rooms to be added to the Christian I
OLEO .35 and Mrs. Allen Hall and T. J. Kappork va.
Church main The iedrxan'.lfr.
building. pastor :
UNCOLORED children of Jacksonville spentSaturday Mildred ,: Defendant.
Fred S. DooM Is lending his time Cane No. 5940.
night with Mr. and Mrs.B. .
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
and labor assisted by several of
M. McRae. AND NOTTfP) TO APPRAR
the church membership. STAT OF FLORIDA to: Mlldr.dBlnmtl..ld
Mrs. W. J. of
Johnson the Water Kappock whose reeldence
OCTAGON STALEY'SCLEANSER Oak section Is visiting her and address la U1Ilckl Drive I
STARCH daughter Mrs.:! Alma Starling of Whittier are California.required to appear on ,- I f
Crosby Lake. OcIb""r 10, 1947, In the above named (
Those of this section who attended court and cause... wherein plaintiff _- _
2 for .09 3 for .10 seeks dlvor Bradford County
the reception given in hon Telegraph four shall w..kly publish Issuee.thle OrderIn .
or Mr. and Mr. Lavon Alvarez Witness mv hand and official seat
YELLOW ROSE-GUARANTEED SELF-KISING of Orlando at the home of Mr. and at Stark., Florida, this September ,- '
Mrs. Lucian Conner last Thursday GO FALL SHOPPING
25 DRY'eiiiin night were: Mr. and Mrs. Protect Your UpholsteryWith IN YOUR OWN CLOSETStart
FLOUR 1.80 Robert Taylor. Mr. and Mrs.\. Rob- Good Durable
POUNDS ert Myrlck Rev. and Mrs. W. cios t.
your fall shopping lit own
AT ITS BESTThe E. hall and MUa Melva Crosby.Thoaa SEAT COVERS your
who enjoyed the fish fry Just bring last year's favorite suit and dressto
LARGE Life Of Your Clothes at Cypress Run near Sampson us for like-new cleaning that puts them
VEL PACKAGE .30 Depends On The CARE Lake Monday night'were Mr. and ::!;- TAILORED TO In the 1917 fashion parade.. With quality
Mrs. T. N. Norman and song Gerald cleaning we'll restore flower-fresh smartnessto
They ments Receive.Carefully All HAND Gar Mr. and Mrs. E.rC. Sapp and rjii1 J i11 Z 1 FIT YOUR lovely suits! and dresses. You can add an
10 POUNDS NUMBER 1 IRISH Finished sons Mr. and Mrs. ,Felix' Sapp "--;...,..J5j INDIVIDUALAUTOMOBILE other lifetime to an
Barney Egfters and son of Jacksonville
POTATOES .39Dressed PHONE" 109ClEANEft Mr. and Mrs. Owen Mc- In Colors To Suit
Rae and son. and Mrs. McRae'a PHONE 135
mother Mrs, N. A. Conner of Your Taste ROOT. 313
& Drawn Tender, Small Spare art Lake Taylor Butler.sad.Mr. and Mrs.and Rob-Mr. GREEN. '
\ : daughter STARKESEAT 9lem TempleAre.
FRYERS .70 lb. RIBS.49 Ib
and Mn..H. M.. McR**..
COVER, CO: >Owner _._ __
Kill BEEF :Meaty LB. For atamp-pads: 'stamp pad ,_ .
Court & Madison SU.
STEW .25 lb. Ink rubber stamps, oaten. aam-
Neck Bones .25 110 Washington St. Starke
IIeftn son Tta TBUHHtATH.!: -s--s
; BRADFORD COUNTY TELEORAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
r. OE SEVEN
1 rect" in his conclusions. At The TabernacleThe 'Tom Conners. Mr and Mrs. Steve,i. e .
Church News In addition to being an evangelist -I Simmons of Starki were among Legion To Have H Wainwright, for the week
Mr. King Is chaplain of Ladles Auxiliary of the the parents attending Each of I Clay Hill Social Meeting end.Mr.,
the Orlando police department Laymen's Evangelistic Association the young guests was given an and Mrs John Shuford and
Lloyd L. King and of the Florida Peace Officers meets each week for a short attractive souvenir of this happy lay Liira Burgess l\luhr Next Tuesday Night Sidney Shuford art visiting relatives
Association. prayer and business occasion while ron Nohr.Whoopee. .
session. Reports the honoree was (& In
Virginia this week
|l Deliver His address Is part of the revival are given of calls made to the recipient of many lovely gifts.COMMUNITY . . American Legion Post 06\ In S. J. Futch ,
Starke will and Mrs.
that will continue at Hamp- the sick, needy, etc. Some val I have a nodal meetingnext Joyce
phetic Messagetloyd ton through Sunday, Sept. 28. uable work has been done by : C'U'O BtHJTMNG I have my canary! I Tui'sduy. and nil' veterans and Futch and children were in Jacksonville -
e this organization. Mrs P. D. Pancher President, call him Willie. He deems so happy their guests are invited Post Commander Sunday visiting Mrs. S. j
'. King, former naws- St. Mark's The Saturday Youth Meetingwas directed the meeting of the Com- in his new cage, which Is A. I. Crosby Jr., announced :J Futch who In recuperating at
a m salesman, and onensident EpiscopalServices under the capable direction of munity Club Tuesday afternoon of green and black. He sings softly this week. The affair will begin
, of stark' will| de- Miss Edna Nocgel. last week. Following the business and Is a lovely lemon color. It at 8 o'clock, and veteransare I the Wilson Convalescing home
( special prophetic address at St. Mark's Episco- Rev. Lloyd session, those has been cooler here and we have urged to bring their wives Miss Juanita Lewis, the first I
a King of Orlando, present enjoyed an
at 3:30 pal Church, Rev. S. W. Creaaoy, enjoyed the relief. We also have mothers, anti friends
Sunday afternoon minister who Is holding a aeries of meet- Informal talk by Mrs. L. F. Chap- to enjoy the grade teacher at Newbcrry. was
: had small showers.
It In the Hampton Baptist Ings in the Hampton Baptist man on interesting Monteagle. entertainment and refreshments visiting Mix Klltha Collins last
c h' "Uncle Rex", as he Is Sunday: Church School 10 a. m.; Church, was a visitor to the Bible Tenn. firs Fanohor and Mrs. Letters from my small girls at The Legion Post will Boon begin" Friday I
titled his address, "The Morning Prayer & Sermon 11 School Sunday afternoon and delighted -I I:J. A. Bouvler were hostesses and Clay Hill. They never forget. Its IOU membership campaign. The Rev d. V. Lee and family
,yard of Russia". a. m. I the young people with his I I served a dessert course during the. We burled a man 79 who had no AH Interested veterans are asked attended the revival service at
King was working In they Friday: Short service and Bible: singing and stories, and broughta octal hour. living relatives. Don read the to contact Legion members, for Dcdun Church near Brooker, last
.!&t: Davis broom factory study, 7:30: p. m. blessing to the older group I graveside services an there was Crosby stated that a veteran Friday night.
In Mr. and Mrs J. C. Wallace returned -' no minister available Yen, Don should Join
ordained some veteran's
;2 I when he was with a talk on "The Day of Mir organization -I Robert Whitehead left last i
Baptist Church. HeId HEILRRONN REVIVAL acles". j Saturday from Paducah.Ky. ,' does everything, gives advice regardless if he can regularly week
arke for Park da.
., where they were called because says the prayer, takes care of attend
Rev. C. meetings, becausethe
' I revivals throughout B. Emory of Jacksonville New speakers and surprises are enter the Georgia Military Academy
I of the serious Illness of Mrs. the body. Reminds!! of the old
,. and at present averages will conduct the services next In store for the Tabernacle group' 'I' membership thgreater Robert graduated from the
:J. H. Dunn. Mrs. Dunn
formerlyvisited country doctor who is
now almost work the
campaigns a year. week in the revival during the organization can
18 now under way coming days. Lawtey Junior High School last
Mi1. and Mrs
and a memory. Just now took !do. '
"Uncle Rex"his at Hcllbronn Baptist Church. Attendance -
rsl years ago her State Farm friends hope for !some magazines over to a neigh i year.
of has been Mr. Crosby said thnt Miami has
prophesying good and
Church I II Improvement in her condition. bor. Another neighbor them '
in the Bible, and it one is invited to come out. Song gave a "good chance" of being selected I
passages Mrs L. F. Chapman left Sept. to me :That Is the joy In life for the
basis that he will make service begins at 7:30: ( and preach- The Bible of National Convention
I story Prodigal III I for a two week's stlIn Sewannee I have found when you bake ,site next year which will be STRONG COMICS
Ik on Russia. He estimateshe ing at 8. Dinner and all-day services Son will be shown Sunday evening, and convenient i
Fairfield Tenn. Just
biscuits or cookies if the has for
to 84 percent cor- Sunday, Sept. 28. pan Starko Luglon members -
| is 83 at 7:30 o'clock In the First
Meth-I I prior to Mrs. Chapman's departure sides. It Is better to bake themon Different Each Week
odist Church. This
is a she had as her guest Mrs. the bottom, turn the pan upside
human interest and emotions and l'! Mary Maneea of St. Petersburg.Mrs. down. The heat gets to them . WATCH The
pert UPHOLSTERINGSLIP carries a message of eternal Importance. II J. W Leeof Atlanta Oa., better. I got HtMw papers to
This film version is not( has been the guest of her son and' line my gem pans, or muffin tins. Lawtey
COVERS VENETIAN BLINDS an interpretation but the story daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. I made cup cakes and I lend them
Itself,'as Jesus told It. :J. R. Chasteen during the past I with powdered sugar and mixedIt lay L. II. Fetch
MATTRESSES, New and Renovated CAN- The picture "Youth In Crises" week. up to a paste" with rrenm. Be-I .. .. -. -. .. -. -. .
VAS AWNINGS Complete or Recover will also be shown. Preparationsare Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North H. low I shall put the easy cup cakereclpn NEW SCHOO. IIIIU.nISU i
being made by the church to O. Davis, Jr., Billy North and All at once I had a great Happenings'I
Drop Us A Card And We Will Be Glad have an outstanding religious film Miss Marjorie Davis of Starke I longing for Florida. I could! seethe : The County School Hoard !In
each month. spent Sunday at Ponte Vedra 'having one of the Government
colored people In the camp
To Give You An Estimate The morning service at 11 o' Beach with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. at the Hugh Turpentine Co. I'' surplus! buildings removed to the
clock will be in charge of the pas Warren of Jacksonville. remember ringing\ the bell one I Lawtey Junior High School.\ This
McGriff f Brothers tor, the Rev. W. J. Churchwell, Mr. and Mra. Dan Bryant of I morning/ get them all up. How building Is to be used as a temporary
whose subject will be "A Life Jacksonville were supper guests of the stars looked down at me andI das room to relieve the
That Satisfied God". Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace Sunday I just laughed as I rang and i overcrowded conditions In the
laiitesville Corner South Oak and East McCormick Young People of the church I watched the lights come (In In the second, third and fourth grade
P. O. Box 549 Phone 1031HEAR meet at 6:30: o'clock for a snack .' Garland and Jimmie Brown 'little houses. It wall! still quite I These grades have from 43 to 47
and practice for the Sunday evening Godwin, H. O. Davis. Jr., Alex'I dark. I can sea the road I lovedto pupils.
choir. Program starts at 0:43: : Yawn and James R. Chasteen, my schoolhouse where the old \SKETIl.\I.I.!' ('()I'UT "Late again! WhycIon
Prayer Meeting each Wednesday Jr., students at the Univer-
arc ;wlldrat leaped in the rond. The : Tho
night at 7:30.: sity of Florida this yea. great oak trees that shaded the Monday Lawtey night In City a called Council meeting met !: you gee your
Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Howard road draped with moss The timber : All
KB VI\'.\L AT WATKUOAK and their little Lawrence members were present A delegation fixed at
son, bridge/ Yes, I have sand! In of ladles was In WATCH
The Wateroak Baptist Church Jr., of Macclonny were dinner my shoes! yet, and some day, I the Interest of a biMkctbnll present court
'guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. will be back.
will hold a revival for five days In the city. After dlncuwilng the
beginning Monday, Sept. 22. The Redding at noon Sunday. CUP CAKES: : 1.2 cup butter, : matter, It was decided< to build\ Harley F. Strong
Mra. Claude Johns WItS the I
Rev C. A. Crosby and the Rev. I. 1 cup sugar ,2 egg, 2-3 cup milk, the court find the council agreed Gift Headquarter
luncheon of Mrs. James Calhoun
"The of Russia"LLOYD guest
Graveyard H. H. Mott will conduct the ser In Jacksonville Monday. 1 3.. cup flour, 1 1-2 tpn. baking I to help flnnnctt the project. This J
I Is the second undertaken Jewelry
vices. Everyone is Invited. 1.4 salt, 1 vanilla. I
1 Visitors of Mr. and Mrs." 1. A. powder tp. tp. the citizens
by of Lawtey to provide -
a 'Shepherd during( the past work Cream butter, add I sugar, stir well, recreational facilities for Large Selection of
were Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Richard- add one at time and beat the Diamonds and
eggs a young people. The other to. a Mountings
State FarmBy don and children Batavia and well. Add milk and flour with baseball diamond nn, the school
Frederick, of Crescent City and campus Finest Selection of Watches t,
Mr*. Bryan Whltfleld Miss Peggy Williams of Ringgeld baking powder and salt alternately And Jewelry Gifts in ,
Ga. to the egg and sugar mix Mr. and Mrs A, T. William of Starke
", Mr. and Mrs. William Maxwell ture Beat well and add vanilla, Cleveland. Ohio, were visiting the 137 W. Call Phone 153 I 1
BIRTHDAY PARTY and their daughter, Wllda. of Cairo I sometimes add! cocoa with the I r. C. Kelly family last week. Mr.
The Community Building was Ga, spent the pa.t weekend flour to make them dark. Also Williams I is supervisor of recreation - - f I
s the setting for a lovely party given with Mr. and Mrs J. W. Wood can add raisins. In th. Ohio city He enter
by Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bates ward. God bless you all. Somehow yot! tained the Lawtey school pupil
Wednesday afternoon, September Miss Jewel Thornton of Jacksonville are all so dear to me Love, Lura. with a short program on Thurs
10, In compliment to their daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. C. day. BirthdayAND i\
Nancy Lee Bates on her 8th D. Sellers and Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Mrs. Dora Sibley II. C. Kelly was a visitor to \
birthday. A festive air was cap Crews last weekend. Mrs. Crews I Tallahassee laat week. WEDDINGCAKES
fdis. tured through the use of crepe returned to Jacksonville with Miss BuriedVednesday Miss Doris Starling of Jackson
paper streamers and party cloths Thornton and spent Sunday night villa was the guest. of her broth- f
and napkins. The piece de resistance and Monday with her. Mr.. Dora Sibley, well known er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
of the decorations was a Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Parker have resident of Bradford County, died!
cake representing a merry-go- had as their visitors this week, at the home of her daughter in
round with peppermint candy Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Joyner of Columbia Tampa Sunday, September 7, after extmtCTik n 1 ,
a long illness JShe was a lifelong '
poles and little plastic animals.. S. C. .I member of the Methodist > J J1I81.i i M. SmithS
Specimen summer flowers com- Mrs. L. B. McLondon- Jacksonville
pleted the party effects !In the Is vfaltlng her son and Church and was loved and honored
KING, Evangelist club room. The birthday cake daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. R. by all who knew her. ,
Survivors! Include her husband
McLendon. Friends are gladto
wan pink with the lighted tapers
held by blue birds. This symbolwas know that Mrs. McLendon, Sr., L. O. Sibley, three sons Ira, Jeff .
also noted on the place cards. Is recuperating nicely following and Elbert; three daughters, Mrs '
Hampton Baptist Church Elma Drew, Mrs. Edna: Deston. eb, t
In contests prizes were awardedto a recent operation.Mr. ,
Mary Dugger, Andrea Parker, and Mrs. John Henry Wal- and Mrs. Ii'a Youngblood; two
and of Starke visited Mr. brothers, P. O. and O. B. Tyre;
Henry Richard, Betty Ann baby
21 3:30 P. M.OYNER'S m.ns of Starke and Barbara and Mrs. John Walker during the ten grandchildren ten great 1
Sunday, Sept. : Bates. past weekend. grandchildren and a host of II OUR SPECIALTYAny
r Additional children present were Mr. and Mr. W. E. Feagle friend
Billy North, Carolyn Crews, Caro- were luncheon guests of Mr. and Funeral services were held Wednesday
lyn Bradley, Patsey and Brian Mrs. Wofford Linder In Lake City afternoon at three o'clockIn Meal Any
Kurera. Peggy and Frances Caldwell Saturday. Hope Baptist Church, with the l Delicious .
Kenneth Tyus Clarissa Par- Rev. W. J. Churchwell, of Starke DONUTS ItOLLM PIES .
( ker Margaret Walker, Harold Theodore DonnellyDies officiating. Interment WRit in Hope CAKES' FRKNCII Bit 1C ATIIIOUSU .
MARKET Godwin, Spanky and Tommie Mc Cemetery under direction of F. T.Blount P\RKEU ROLLS
Lendon Jane Rlcharde, Jean and Of Injuries of Tampa.
225 S. WALNUT ST. STARKE. FLA. Richard Dugger Ripper Robert Theodore Donnelly 3fl a for- "Although we see your smilIng -
RHODA DAMPIER F. G. NEMINGWAYOSNER and Sandra Gail Williams Murray., of Betty Starke WIlliams Pat- mer resident of the Kingsley Lake face no more, Lappe Bakery
GROCERY SIDE MGR. MARKETi ricia WUlard Joyce Davis and section, died as a result of Injuries We shall meet one day on ARKE DRY 1 1I CLEANERS
of West Palm received In an automobile that bright 312 Call Street
accident near Jacksonville recent- AND I LAUNDRY I
Beach. And golden shore PHONE 16
The hosts were assisted by Mrs.flFTDES ly. The fatal mishap occurred on Where parting comes no MONC 23 CHUN I'JUtlNG I Free Delivery Service
10 OilS U. S. Highway 90 near Marietta.He more."
I is survived by his mother,
Mrs. Leila Donnelly; two sisters,
Mrs. Maggie; Glt.son and Mrs. MSIMSMMMMM| HMM| IHMM H
t ITCH 1) Zella Johns, and a brother, J. F.
3 T"11 MILK I ROUND STEAK Donnelly, all of Starke.
"olmE I all And LOIN Skin Cracks,Gets Red aunt I: SMITH TH.\NKS VOTF.KHThrough I t iL7r 1
NATION .CIE is A MOTIINI MO ( error the following
GOLDEN KEY .50 lb.FciJTi EFFECTIVE TREATMENT FOI notice was omitted from lost 1
.35 ATHLETE'S FOOFmmlfHat I I wish to thank those who voted t(1
I for me in the City Election otSept. ARVE5I I ,
I Ill. .an e/wlpllr se NI. 9. not elected I
PkANET Shoulder Steak pri*..,****. >-M ..... .* Although ,
am deeply grateful for the support -
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