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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 3, 1947
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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In:Colonel The Bradford ShadeWith BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH !



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have a healthy curiosity like the Old Colonel's, perhaps you
.ou .
wondered about all those cars parked at the side of the
,I'e Official County Publication Established In 2877VOLl'MN
vocational agriculture building on Saturday afternoons when,,

all acUvlty around a school, building should be at a s
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edgy !HTARKE. FLORID A..'IUUAY- Ot'TQHER4L- 1947 NUMIU.RFORTYIGIIT:

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,, |last Saturday It cot the beat of me and I could no longer

finding out Just' what was up. Upon stepping Into the building,, Creek WideningI Crawford Stresses National Guard City Transit Co. CauseOf

nt ay surprise to run Into a virtual hot-bed of activity. Purn- Importance Of Ceases OperationWallace Negligence

going, saws were buzzing, and hammer blows were ring-

i ere through the building. And in the midst of all this racket was Farm Bureau Meet Carson, owner and operator
1 Blocked Begins Drive Child's Death
-oung C. L. curry, directing the whole business. BY Big of the Starke City Transit, ,

E. L. Crawford, president of announced\ Tuesday' that the bus
farm training" vets are really at work. Curry
the "on the the Farm Bureau stated this week ceased Lack
operation Tuesday.
,]t I "supervised shop program", and the Colonel calla It "good Few LandownersState that there would be a particularly) For RecruitsWhat t>f sufficient patronage was given InQuest Finds
twenty veteran* the maximum number
'. In dyne clans are Important meeting of that organization as the reason for stopping the

d by Uncle Sam-and there's always a waiting list. on October 3, at 8 p. m. operation

Saturday afternoon these men meet for a rousing session Senator Charley E. Johns In the courthouse. Ha emphasized a fully-recruited. National Carson stated that the company Alice Marie Ruls. one-year-old

rv farm equipment and machinery. In doing so they learn said yesterday that all but five or that he not only urges members Guard company' would mean i tc will refund amount paid on outstanding daughter of Mrs. Kffle Ruls and I

Hiring six to be present, but is :asking that Starke and Bradford County was the late Lacy Rule of Starke
machines. They have already built a stalk cutter,, landowners have signed deeds tickets, and tho amounts was (
on the shop giving the State Road Department non-members "from Bradford emphasized yesterday by Capt. T, due en unexpired advertising con fatally Injured in an automobile
their work on their own plows, hand tools,
re now continuing sufficient right-of-way for widenIng County or anywhere" be there to K. McClane Jr., commanding officer : tracts. collision at the Intersection of east

((1er, farm equipment Alligator Creek 13 feet over a hear the pending Important discussions of the local Hq Co., :2 Bn.,, Ha has been operating for the can St (Highway 218) with Water -

j ferm-betterment! program Is entering Its second year In Brad- distance of more than four miles, 124th Infantry In discussing the past several months on a temporary St, early Monday morning I

County and shop work Is only ,a small part of the routine. from east of Starke to Rowell "There la extremely Important great "man-a-mlnute" recruiting. "trial"' permit from tho city. A coroner's Inquest held here

directs the group In soil improvement and home beautl- Lake. business before the body," he drive which started on Sept 16 Tuesday afternoon found that the

,also programs, comprising a well-njunded pattern for modern The movement to widen and! !pointed out "There will be Important and will continue through Nov. 16 child met its death as a result of ,

? "clean out" the creek bed was discussions concerning/ cab During this period National Farmers Attend a collision with an automobile"being

uving.S Started bage, strawberries, and matters Guard units throughout the Unit negligently driven", by ,
months but
agriculture has always been, and probably always will begain some added ago, blast concerning next year's crops." ed States, hope to enlist 88,888 re- Navy lieutenant F.. C. McQInley

source of bread-and-butter in Bradford County, the traln- was given Impetus cruita--or one for each minute of Starke and Green Cove Springs I
week's unusual torrential Crawford stated that V. U Johnson Rotarv
being received by these (arm veterans Is highly significant rains which flooded large arean rodentologlat with the U. 8. during this two-month period. The Meeting Lt. McQInlry, personnel otnoerfol'
set will be felt ,Individual, Guardsman from each sub group 4 at the Green Cove
Inevitably
and the example they
ofi will
Influence In East Starke. Senator Johns Department Agriculture
: state who Is selected aa the out Naval Station, was mlossed under
ghoul the length and breadth of Bradford County. stated that the Road Department make a talk onj rat extermination' standing recruiter will be given Twpnty-threo farmers from all $2,000 bond, against his appearance t

terof has signified willingness to go ahead and a motion picture on the subject sections of the county wen guests the term
an all-expenxe trip to Washington,. at fall of circuit
which reminds the Old Colonel of a remark made by one with the project If the necessary will also be shown. D. C., tho Army-Navy game 1 In of the Rotary Club at Its regular court "here on Nov. 10. He has

honored, and ultra-conservative farmers at a recent trac- rlghts-of-way can be obtained.In I Plans will be made for sending Philadelphia and the Florida winner luncheon meeting here Wednesday' been a resident of Stark. for the

emonstratlon time held near Starke. The gist of his opinion was: recent years the creek has a committee to the convention In will also be awarded a trip when W. M. Flflcld. assistant director pant two years, occupying a house \

methods have got to change. We must employ modern been' widened by the Road De Miami. to the Orange Bowl game In Mi of the Agricultural Expert- belonging to Mrs Kitty Andrew
ment Station at the of
mug partment from the point whereIt ami. University on North Water Street
survive". Rather
devices if we are to a
and labor-saving Florida, spoke on various
ment 261 to phases
sing remark, coming from ,this man, since he is usually slow imately crosses the Highway location of the approx R. R. A & P To Move Capt. McClane pointed out that of the work carried on there dur The accident occurred. at 7 o'-

ccpt anything new or different. Prevatt farm east of Starke. If the local company were recruited ing the past 50 years. clork Monday morning when a
to full strength, 6T enlisted driven the Ruls child's
allies exactly, however, with the opinion of economists and This was done by the department' The meeting, the first held' under tar by
men, it would mean an annual
undo, Russell Clrlffls. colllilml with
who study the business side of agriculture and who are con- In connection! with the construction Around Oct. 8 of Rotary's program for the betterment
120,000 In
payroll dispersed C one driven by Lt. Mcdlnley. Orlf-
farmers must use the beet known methods If they are to of Road 261, but some landowners of rurnl-urban relations was
I that the trade channels of Bradford fls was driving went' along Call
ahead. Cost of operat- In this neighborhood maintain presided' over by J. II. DuPre,
of in the
profit years
im a fair margin County. Present strength of the Street onposlte the Florl.la' / Pins-
in 1941. that the widening O. F. Blalock, assistant president of tint club, and a brlt-f
average farm Is nearly twice as high today as It was stopping project superintendent company Is :30 enlisted' men. tics building when Lt. McCJlnloy
e than did theof / at this point results only In' of the A A! P Tea' Co., explanation of Rotnry's alms wai .
the war
years to
faster during was apparently attempting
wage rates rose "There are many attractive made by A, J. Thomas, chairman
"
flooding lands In this area and announced this week that tho new /
farm products., One-third more products are required to pay excess water Is eventually turned A .& P Store on East Call St. ratings open In tho company at of the program committee County Truss' Call Street driving north

of hired labor' now than before the war. the present time," Capt. McClane Agent T. K. McClanft who along' Water,
i hour Into east Starke. If the creek will probably be ready to open supervised
e rates are' not apt'to fall materially until there is consld- were widened on through Stark for business around Oct. 8. "We pointed. out, "We need two clerks,, arrangement fur thn! The Ruls. child was riding In I
the front seat of the Griffin
unemployment In the nation, and when that condition develops and west to Rowell Lake, these hope to have it ready by then," four radio operators, three demolition meeting Introduced< the speaker.Mr and wan being held In the lap car of

of farm products will drop faster and farther than the coat property owners feel that the bad he sold, "but you never can tell experts one armororartlfleer Flfleld I, who Is also president Its grandmother] Mrs Emma Griffin -

rating a farm. Obviously, the best way to meet declining situation would be largely rem how things will work out. It maybe ; and three switchboard operators of the Gainesville Rotary The Impact of the collision
others. Service In
li to produce efficiently and reduce coats. edied. a little longer than that." the new, among National Guard Is proving Club, described the experimental' thrust It against the dashboard, t.

log the war year farmers produced from one-fourth to one- i The deeds required were drawn pproxlmatel *;ten men-paint very attractive to men between work being carried on In the serVice's fracturing the skull The child

more with ten percent less labor than they had before the war. .up as a public service by A. J. ers, carpenters, land helpers are the a"e.ot" 17 and 35, who receivea 30 branch stations throughout died 30 minute. after arrival at '

sed mechanisation and Improved efficiency turned the trick. Thomas, clerk' of the circuit court, still hard at work on the finish- full day's regular army pay C ,,Florida. Each station la devoted ,. the Bhadycrest Hospital. Mrs. Ruls I

do the work of several men and several mules, and in and are being circulated for signIng ing touches, however, Painting for two hours of spare time trainIng to some particular branch mother of the child was riding

actor can by Senator Johns and Frazicr remains to be done on the ceiling a week and for each of 18 of agriculture, he stated, such as on the back seat of the car. '

lure It will have to. the countless fixture tobacco, citrus, range cattle, subtropical
is the ,Shaw. and on most of Lt. McOlnley was accompanied
Beck days of field training.
ole anymore I
follow
boys Just ain't a-goln to What ROADS PASSABLK .. A large neat case has yet' crops, eta There are al1M ,by Mini Pearl Conway of Laura I

DM observer summed up the modern trend the other day. : to be Installed along the back Capt. McCian.'stated that a five field laboratories, and the I Street, an employe of the Green
youths of today Most county roads were report- special effort t. being made to recruit -
educated and enlightened : > extension service cooperate with
ant, of course Is that section. | clove n..eat"'WI1 was riding

lautiKluic modern conveniences! and efflclent,.qiulonien!. on the ad ."passable" thl3 week following: C. H. Naswo tif-! owner of the ,high';;*ch! -ol graduates. wellas" another other agencIiI-Ia.the frost forecast to work wltli him. .,He hail. M'' .\
17 and 18 olds. ;
as
;.iC! .. tay on jheertitnstances' r t s rapid.repair work -by. the ,count building In which jibe present local year warning system and other picked her up In' front of the I
veterans and various -
cZuriA farm after lasC"wfek's rains.. war specialist services of value to farmers. '
I \ have ', cntKTAT* pronging I road crew A .A P Is housed, stated thatno Redgrave residence and they were 1
I number of''washed-out Development of the tung oil Industry {
from A record
Navy Instead of returning plans have yet been made for proceeding north along Water St.
or I
have jOlned ,the Army All Int.rt'sted'men between the
could be of much greater use ,to roads and bridges were reported, Its occupancy after the branch Is hlgh-ylvldlng hybrid .corn to pick tip Miss Dorothy Clair "1
they obtain additional
school to the farm where school busses were held up eligible ages may new pasture grasses and cover
uniform. It Is possible and moved to Its new location.R. KlckllUr, also an employee of the
country than they could by wearing a would for several days In many parts of Information from Sgt. Norbert Stops, and experiments with radioactive I naval station, who was to meet
enough, these boys A. Green Is the owner of the who la at the 'I
Szymcxak
attractive armory:
made chemical of '
been of were subjects
It farm life had the county. The Board County; them on tbe corner by the Florida
ave left home. It Is up to us to see that as many of them ase Commissioners has asked the public new building which will be leasedto each week day. r: Interest touched' on by the speaker. Plastics building.
A & P Tea Co.
: are held In the community. We need them. to"have patience" and assures; the Miss Klcklltor testified at the

tee that the road crew will get to all City Asks For Bids Farmers attending the meeting Inquest that neither car was trav

electrical storms lightning struck the just as soon as possible.The Board 'Will Enforce Job were: Felix Sapp, I* L. Connor elling at an excessive rate of q I
lug one of our recent On Sidewalk
Lester Kite It. It. O. W.
Howard.
the structure burned to the groundto big wash-out on Road 200 300-Foot Law speed. but that "they just kept
barn of Lonzl Norman and Andrews, Leon Conner, Walter I
rain began falling as soon as to Gainesville was filled In and Sealed:! bids for 41fl feet' of 4- coming together" without any
of the fact that a drenching RetailersIn Slbl y. Jack Underhill P. D. lied
For Beer attempt to the
stop on
this heavily travelled route wan Inch concrete sidewalk will be received apparent
tit] hit. dish, kC. L. Crawford, J. F. Hrown, of either driver. The front I
opened te traffic Sunday. bv the City Council until part
afire by
calls to mind the old belief that "'if anything Is set session hare Monday for Its H. II. Crosby C. Letsch, James .81,1< of the Orlffls car hit the
21 which
Oct. at
4
Tuesday
hear that? Do you believe of the fiscal) p. m. rtonloT, Reddliih Andrews, MLatermaen .
out". Ever final meeting year
"nr you can't put It Saw Mill time: they will be publicly openedand right front aide of McDInlry's car,
,'.II It gives us something to think about, anyway. Thomas the: Board of County Commissioners read aloud. Lester' Crosby, Z.V.. throwing It around to almost face
the future no Hamilton, N. O. Hayes, W. p
decided that In
Griffin
I. direction.
I I Producing 50,000 sidewalk" will In the opposite
of our thrifty applications for a retail beelhealer' The proponed new Jom, Rev. W. K.: Hall, anti R. R.Alvarwz .
:Mat help but be amused by the otory toM by one I[ Feet Per WeekA hn laid\ along/ West Call St., most of the Hate however, would apparently
inkling' that her first- : license would be approvedfor manager" / have the right-of-way since he
',' she had an between Ave and Buy
>n the other day. Seems within IV Temple Farmers Market, .
daughter wasn't eating enough In the school cafeteria to war- new addition. the "hog", la. businesses operating school.A Ft Four hundred lineal feet of I it I was on MrGlnley's right and wan
300! feet of a church or street.
for a lunch every day, so she decided being installed at the U. T will ho five feet wide, and 4fl oNo on a through
Jing twenty-five cents the family bu.lget this ad- Thomas saw mill at Hampton delegation consisting of Sen.' lineal feet will. be 7 feet 10 Inches Plexiglas Official Funeral services for the) Rum 4
par, her a lunch at home and nave Charley E. Johns and a group of child, were held at 3 o'clock Tuesday
machine will Will"
rowing The new 'I Enthusiastic Over
] < ; I the at the graveside
stran cltlrena of Hampton met I I oftrrnoon
: this In
sandwiches, theo "chew' old 1 slabs and lumber The walks In area are
I', nothing in the house with whack to make ordered I two I In waste to up"facilitate their disposal rionrd In sn effort' to obtain to'I bud, condition because of expand'Ing I Plastics Plant Here In Dynl Cemetery, The Rev, )Frank

o her favorite meat counter and frugally to the "hog" Mr. lief' from flood waters in the city oak roots and are considered' I Garrctt officiated and' arranxv-

.1 slices of boiled ham. The bill was fortycentstwentydice I I In. addition Is also Installing a pliner of Hampton. The Clerk was" instructed I a t clinger| to pcdPntrlnnH, the Coun. 11. R. Franklin, Bales manager. ] merit. were In charge of DoWlttC.

lunch wa complete (with fruit, Thomas to take"the" matter up I Stated.Honor. for Rohm & Hans plastics manufacturers Jones

By the time she the had a neat half dollar Invested in I blower to dispose; of shavings. with the proper state agenciesnnd / I i ell of Philadelphia, Pa., wan:i
'tis safe to
say You can't win ladles, can The snwmlll, one of the largest rnJeiU'or to have the l situation in Stark last weekend conferring Funeral Friday
Il of her time and trouble Roll Board
nothing In the Bradford County area cmplov handled In a proper manner with official' of Florida Plastics

--- 32 men and produces 00,00 Miss Miriam Stubbs, 1st... Jos. To Be PhotographedA and expressed hlmanlf an well I For F. H. Gilbert

feet of lumber a week. Most of itS Mrs. Phyllis, Stlchney pleased" with the s't-tip of the local :
E. Wilson
I. In the form of building material from the local A. plllnt and. optimistic over Its Francis If. Gilbert 72, diedWrdnviulay
13-0 and !Miss Estelle Lang, representing delegation
adoes Take! Season Starter ; Thirty thousand feet are used In the District Five Welfare merlran Legion Tout met with the future.In at the' home of his of
H. O. Kate,
thereAt daughter, Mrs
the North Florida area. while Board met the Cotnmlsslon. Hoard of County Commissioners' an Inttrvlem with the Tclograph. -.
I the l State Farm. lie was a nativeof
Is sent south. that Is would not be and requested that the Mr Franklin stated that
and advised< Monday
et Lake Butler High There Tonightuntried Mr. Thomas explained that he possible! for the Welfare Board Honor<< Roll !Hoard, carrying the Ms company, which manufactures Dalton home with Mas" his, but daughter had madeus forth
advertised Plexiglas Is
purchases land or obtains a timber personnel to annum. responsibility names of WorM War II servicemen the widely _
two
past years.Funeral
In definite' need of fabricators lathe
lease', cuts the timber, snakesIt for administering the county hospital and women b* discarded due hel"at
will be
7t d I I th. and "lperlenc St. Kdward's:
Tornado team opened Its .whlatle. to his mill. There it Is cut possible In the matter. down and severer damaged by the plant as the largest and best- Friday morning at 10 o'clock
last and planer. winds.It equipped In the Routheast. II*
good and sixes, recent heavy
1 Looking particularly Irto lengths unanimous vote It was agreed -
with a 13-0 victory over By with Father Holmes officiating.
stated. !! that Rohm 4c Haas are co.
Frazier Jimmy lumber Is further suggested by
The was
were Bobble finished. green to allow the courthousa will be lake'ematery
here last Friday nighteagerneee Friday Interment in Crosby
to the fullest extent with
on the part of McRae Drew Reddish Roy hauled to market by truck. I janitor one half day a week off the Legion spokesman that a suitable operating under the dlrecUon of
Plastics la
Florida newcontracts.
Andrews of the Board be obtaining
'i neophytes coat Starke at RaY, Ed Shull William Mr. Thomas came to Starke In from his duties picture D.Witt. C. Jonesn .
Phillips.: framed and Installed In ;
three touchdowns, two of John Rivers and James 1942 and opened his milling properly Mr. Fr.nkllrWBJI enthusiastic' <*sMe, his' widow, Mr Rose
hope that a large three years ago. He bU"I-j the County courthouse all a perpetual Martin Gilbert Jr., he I 1e survived
which were called back, "We certainly I nesi Boy Scout Council memorial to those who over the new ."simulated neon" ,
and a third which failed number of'Tornado fans will follow -; family live on the inrved In World War II. signs That have been developed by by one daughter, core H. O. Bates,

because of penalties. the team to La etsteder"The Water and Laura Streets, wherehe Met Here FridayThe The Board decided. to comply a. H. Hankln of Florida Plastics one sister, Mrs. Mary Dnntt of

Geiger' built a home of his own lumber Wllllamatown, M......, and one
Coach Carson Geiger night,
Fashioned from the new
day 6-0. quarterly meeting of the with the wishes of the Plexiglas, J
Cove deietratlon.1I
has been drilling the Tigers won from Green 'KIM bass the appearance of Neon one brother, Charles Gilbert, of
Coun-
Florida
\hoya hard all week to i,and lost to Jasper 13-0. They will May Blossom Will Area Board, North but are less I expensive and practically Port Jervls, N. Y.
of America, was
the Scouts\ :
and I hav. cil. Boy Cannon Buys Shop
Iron out obvious mistakes be out to t beat us I unbreakable. The Rohm A .
ClassMay
Methodist Church recreation
Earl Dance held In the
Coach Conduct II
which showed highest respect for team. Our I I building here Friday night' He Formerly Owned Has representative stated that

up In the opening contest Tarr and his current of Blossom Allen announced of last week. there should be an unlimited field The OFFICE CAT
backing
and hopes to have boys will need the I' the reopening of her 'I Jimmy Cannon this week again! for this:\ product and announced
meet the this week / chairman, vice chairmen Says
over-eegerneas "toned down" 'ocal fans when they dance In Ptarke. The District became owner of the Bradford that Florida Plastic Is already
Oeoger school of commissioners from the 15,.
Nay Journey to Lake But- Tigers in Lake Butler will be taught by and Barber Shop buying/ back the business receiving! many orders although
classes In Up the council attendedthe
'nirht to meet traditional concluded. Elmer Allen and the counties in he sold 19 month ago to the new type sign has not yet

.ivials' I the Tigers of Union Her Son will be given cash meeting which was presidedaver H. L. Morgan. Sine. leaving StarkeMS" been widely advertU
Instruction of Oainesrllle -
J High Shown In the uso by R. 1* MonUgue Cannon has operated a shop
Cane
afternoon
Tall Thursday of the council and
president
,
In Palatka and stated this week
chdowna |n the NewberrY three building from 3 until 5 o'clock. chairman of the executive board. t Dr. Parks Moves
Lee. who lives that. he U glad to bit back on Call
were. made by Jimmie Me004 Morgan southeast of Starke on the Elmer Allen a student at the Budgetary matter were the topIc '.Street, and will appreciate! the Into Crews House t
recently
Roy Ray and the extra.ellfne miles a University of'Florida, and were
road recently brought of discussion plans :continued patronage of his old -

on a pass from ),fc- Keystone of Loullliana No. :I sugar ompleUd a course of dancing In ads to provide a senior expedition .cu.tome.... Dr. and Mrs. W B. Parks are &

;/) James Phillips Starke tll1e naIk to the Telegraph otflce Hollywood and has many new'routlnf9 to the National Boy Scouts' I Mr. Morgan expects to undergo now' occupying the Crews house
hisasses
1 In
u? 14 first downs, while cane specimen had 13 which he will use Senior Camp Philmont at Clmar- in eye operation that will cause at the corner of Walnut ami, Jefferson ire rare to follow the tram to

sitars' were held, to four. The lengthy averaged 9 here. ne to also featured next summer. Streets l..ake' Hutb-r Thus Tnrnon
each joint Glee ron, Arizona tim to be "laid up" for two or They recently tonight "

ell Geiger stated that the Joints and In leng'th. Many vlsltora' >y the University of Florida first toappear M. O. Boswcll. Scout executive, I three months. His future plans moved In from their lake house I need your auppmit even more I

"s made were only those inches office have stopped told Club as solo dancer-the outstanding oralzaUoa. ..- mounted plans for the annual :ire unsettled pending the out- where they had lived for the put I I dusts thrjr play out of town than. '

Illy young Inexpea lenced to the the cane and Ir.qIJlre with this netting to be held< on December 4. rome of the operation ..iversI years. w bra tJlC!"'... on fconto territory.ttin' i;

mtht make. Substitutions, mire ( I
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freely mad. 27 boys get- variety if:

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Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED One Woman's PAGES FROM OUR PASTComplied I for ter Appeal,national England.to committee Democrats: for"The funds av Telegraph Come to for the gone BI'III",1'd| ("of,,*t ,.

pile.
1877 E. L.. MATTHEWS. OwNin-EDITOn OpinionI erage. Democrat is comparatively, Ruhb-r bom,,. \ps* l ll !

Uy Buddy Davis by using Dr. Barter's Iron Tonic. a poor man". (And who said times I boa Paper legal, lord
Ehthllshrd Every Friday and Entered an Second have changed) have a largo ""
Clans Mutter at the Foot Office at Starke, Fla. 60 YEARS AGO 25 YEARS AGO supply.

think there should be a pam (From the Sept. 17, 1887 Issue of (From the Sept. 22, 1922 issue)

1947 phlet of some sort Issued for free The Starke Telegraph) *
MEMBER Crickets are damaging the
distribution to people who haveno
manners. But it would do no Fashion Notes: Bonnet pins strawberries, but farmers expecta NQWa At Our Stoj
.
Subscription 92 Annually 91.10 For Six Months good to publish a book for the become more and more elaborateand large crop and good prices. In
expensive, the designs now the past "war caused a shortageof
kind of people I'm talking about
that labor farmers went to war, $JE;
for they would never buy a book.I running to insects. (Seems ,
SOMETHING TANGIBLE TOWARD PEACE am talking about the common the modern 'bug' Jewelry Isn'tso consequently strawberries suffered -

Mark Twain once observed that everyone talks about the every day sort of manners, main modern, after all). I very badly."
clovesare E. K.
Useful Hints: Powdered Attorney Perryman quits
but actually does anything about it. If he ly about knocking at the door.
weather
no one very effective In keeping away baseball: Just back from the
ThIs morning I was head over
were living today, Mark might observe that everyone talks heels In separating clothes. I was red ants. Texas League, Mr. Perryman has

y about wanting peace but no one does much about it. I going to try and get some of the City News: Seven counties have completed 12 years of professional -

Of course there are men-scientists-who are trying to chlldrens clothes dry before the already gone dry. The Starke ball playing. He declares that

conquer the weather (for instance their recent futile proposals rain started. Suddenly I heard Male and Female Institute has this season is Ma last.

to "break up" a hurricane by dumping dry ice down the loud honk of a car horn in opened and will continue for ten Miss Hilda Struth and Lucile

upon it), and there are also, citizens in this country who are front of the house and when I scholastic months. "Principal pre Mitchell spent Tuesday In Jacksonville

trying to bring us lasting peace. But the so-called man-in- walked to the door, a man was pared to offer every advantageto .

the-street just goes along hoping for peace in much the same hanging half out the car and those desiring a thorough and Madge Mlddleton has been elected -

way that he hopes it won't rain for the ball game next Sun- wanting to know where someone practical education at low cost." treasurer and Audrey Johns

day or spoil that long-awaited picnic-not because he would lived. I didn't know. Once before How True Department: "Whatis secretary of the Senior' Class.
when a man did that I told Gary ancestry after all? The rich Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop and
about it but he justdoesn't
not like to do something more positive ,
Lee to go tell him if he wantedto man as wall as the poor one be- little daughter are in Green Cove
where to begin.
know : see me to come to the door and gins life, without a shirt on his this week visiting relatives.
But this fall people all over the country are learning how knock-that I didn't have curb back." Freeman Register was a business -

i they can do something positive about this problem of peace service around here. Advertisement A bright eye, visitor to Jacksonville Mon.

as the new post-war National Guard swings into its two- I lost a "friend" not long ago clear skin, glowing features, an- Famed Afar: The Quigley; WaLVERINISHELL

month recruiting campaign designed to add 88,888 recruitsto simply because he and his wife imated expression and a quick, Broom Co. has received an order

its ranks-a man-a-minute-before November 16. Our drove up In front of the house firm step. These are all secured for 3,000 brooms from Manches-

i local National Guard Company, In whose success we are and I didn't break my neck to

all so vitally interested, is taking part in this great recruitIng run outside. It so happened that In MediterraneanMatthew HDR5EHI

y drive that was launched on on September 16 with the I was inside and never did know !

blessings of President Truman. they were there until after they. C. Howard, Seaman2c DEALERS FOR

It Members of the new National Guard live and work at were gone and sorely offended.In son of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Frozen l In Cake of lei
a way I don't think I am to
4 home as usual, but by giving only two hours of their spare, blame. I think the least a personcan Howard of Starke, Is serving '-

'a time a week plus two weeks of summer field training, they do Is to holler hello. aboard a light cruiser, the USS BENDIXautomatic ITew this WOLVERINE!: SDEtL RoR9glHIDE

help to keep our country strong. A strong America will bea I This seems like a small matter Manchester, on a tour of MedIter- SEE bath and SHOE dry clov will emerge-oft and from pliable.its I luna Iq

peaceful America, for weakness invites aggression on the but to me it's one of the most ranean seaports. He attended r i\tmt\ _, JML\BP'

part of potential enemies. It was none other than George Infuriating things my Irish tem- Bradford High School before en- Home laundry SEE lean* ***** *test at our store right( now mltboea ,

Washington who said: "If we desire to secure peace it per has to cope with. Pray tell, tering the Naval service In July that dry never out stiff and hard with tea'

must be known that we are at all times ready for war." The what woman wants an Illmannered 1946. He received ha! recruit ..ei.MB tE bowl
III .
National Guard does not prepare so much FOR war as it, man sitting in a car glaring at training at the Naval Training Hot Point AppliancesG. Here are cold facts for all you workahoe \

does AGAINST war and in that way it helps guard the I her? Station In Jacksonville. or freeze'em, day in and day out Wolverine Shell&rse
E.
Vacuum Cleaners
peace of all nations. dry out soft stay soft Excess comfort, excess

As is always the case following a great war, the pendulum I According to, a lot of the love- Gibson Appliances actually costs less to wear. Visit us..see this demonatra wear,

swings away from all thinga military, and for, this reason lorn marriages columnists broke, a great many IN COUNTY CIRCUIT. FLORIDA COURT. BRADFORD IN CIIAN- ..._. ................- .-1'a't.
after
lash enlistments in the Guard since its recent reorganization have up the olall''vrHIIst PAIR OF ....
because
war during the man's Cr Dills, Plaintiff, "
not been up to desired strength. So far the local company absence, the woman became too Woodrow B, Dills, Defendant. Cav. RADIOS 'Iv' F.EE WOLVERINE 'f.

1! has been able to meet the increased manpower requirements Independent. I guess I was one No. 06RDER OF PUBLICATIONAND .... WORKSHOES

;' of each training phase, but it is still far below the ultimate of those-the NOTICH) TO APPEAR -
Just
Independent ones- STATE OF FLORIDA to: Wood- O. E. calL Note *fce and weight of fee cake. Then figure
maximum strength that will be demanded. but I was that way when Fred row E Dills, whose residence is estimate! of the length of time required for the cake. to ntlt CIlIa

Everyone in community can help in this' Important and I married. I had learned long unknown.You ar.. required to appear... ZENITHSENTINEL ,obligation. Nothing to buy. Register your estimate with wyour,8gure -

mission-by enlisting himself by telling others about before that I had to bear the responsibilities or before October 13th, 1947 In the (genuine; Wolverine la nearest to the exact time required !OU'U bav'i''"
above named Court and cause, Shell lioraebide worluhoea FREE
the Guard. by giving his employees the necessary time off: of my family. It wherein plaintiff Keek divorce.
attend the and comes In handy sometimes, too, Bradford County Telegraph! .hall
to summer encampments by making every publish this. Order In next four MOTOROLA
' local National Guardsman realize that his efforts are appre- having been Independent and hav- weekly lasuaa.
ing to learn to do things. That's Witness my hand and officialreal STROMBEKO
ciated by his fellow townsmen.The why Fred was so surprised when at Stark. Florida, this 11th ALVAREZ' STOREESTABLISHED
return for this effort and interest the of of September 1917.OFFICIAL
on part our
he came home last week when the ( A.EClerk A. said ....
indeed: More individual first rains of the hurricane of Court. Winkler
came,
Lucille C. 1894
' Guardsman development By C. Conner D.
and for Bradford County; of better and found that I had already John J. Henderson, Eaq. Solicitorfor
i citizens trained in leadership civic and national responsibility boarded Plaintiff., 9-Ia 41 10-3 Electric
up our, back screen porch. __ Service Starting At 8:00 A. M.
P and technical knowledge. And most aU He stood there
important of for a minute with ur CIRCUIT COURT OF BRADFORD SATURDAY
-new strides toward national safety and lasting peace.A his mouth open. Then he just CHANCERY.(COUNTY FLOUIDAl IN 224 Temple Ave. OCT.: 4th

strong America is a peaceful America and the National laughed. Then I had my shock- Jeannette Barnes Boyette Plaintiff "
Guard helps insure the he left It that way. .80 4t seems vm. Woodrow Bo l ette. Defendant.: 4 1
peace. that being independent can be Can ORDER No.' 19M PUBLICATION' ,'". i. ... -, ,.., ...., ..' '

helpful In spite of the hazards of Ann NOTICE TO APPEAR
ONLY ONE OUT OF FIVE
STATE OB FLORIDA to: Woodrow -
It. I didn't know Just how muchI Boyette, whose residence and

This year, as usual, around 300 bright new faces appearedIn had come to lean on Fred's address You are la: Unknown.required to appear on

the first grades of the elementary schools throughout strong arm, until recently whenI October 10, 1947. In the above

Bradford County. Next spring, if figures run true to form, was In Jacksonville and all the plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce cause and, wherein restoration -

we can expect to see around 60 graduates receive diplomas children took sick I felt I would I of maiden name. Bradford
be safe If I could just get backto County Telegraoh shall publlnh this
as their reward for twelve years of school work well done. Order In next four weekly lamies THERE IS MORECOCACOLA
} him, where he could help me. Witness my hand and official
What, we might well ask! has happened to the other 240 who seal at Btarke, Florida, this Sep

i started out so promisingly, but failed to make the grade! I've found a wonderful way to tember 0, U41.10"'F.COIAI.. MEAL. ) A. J. TnoniaaAa

A casualty rate of 78 percent, representing the loss between ; keep new In your cooking and not Clerk of Said Court.

the first grade and the twelfth, seems staggering and get too set on one thing .Once a T.By Frank Lucille Landrum C. Conner, Stark D. ,C.Fla.

should certainly cause some serious thought on the part of week I get my cook book down Atty. for PIf. t.1I U 10-3

those leaders who hold forth BO much hope for the advance- and read a couple of hours In It. IN CIRCUIT COCn. Dn.t.DFORD NOW

ment of education under Florida's highly-touted new school You always find something new COUNTY' FLORIDA IN CHAM.CEHV. -

law. Although we have no figures from other Florida coun- end Interesting and anyone who Ann Nettlen Greear Plaintiff v.
I. Interested in cooking will Ralph E. Oreear, Defendant. Caae
enjoy
ties at hand, there is no reason to believe that Bradford's No. 6942.
it as much as any book or AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
percentage of casualties is
any greater than other agricul magazine.I ORDKR Oil' PUBLICATION
tural areas. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ralph
also found out something else. E. Oreear, whose' residence and address ,
It is sobering indeed to reflect that among the 300 who I'm last known Is Norton, Virginia -
a nut to find the
out results
picked and for the I % Veteran's Taxi Co.
up paper pencil first time this fall
a of something that stirs my cur- You are required' to appear on or .
mere the 0-only one out of every five-will reach the end of ,oslty. That's why I put some above before named October Court 13th, and 1547, In cause the,

educational trail. milk on one of my flower plants wherein plaintiff peeks dlvnree and ,. .
In 1945 the Governor custody of children. Bradford '> .
of
Florida appointed a citizen com- recently. I have to drink a quartof Couaty Telegraph shall publish this
mittee to draw up proposals for the betterment of school milk a day and often pour a Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness ,

conditions in the state. One of the recommendation was glass at the sink and stand there ... September.!' my, Florida hand and, this official lib ,0' .. t \ J.'

that "compulsory attendance"" be enforced in order that the and drink It. I have potted of(OFFICIAL MRAI, J.A.. J. Thomas. J
school program might effectively reach all boys and girls plants on the sill and often wondered Aa Clerk of said Court.
of school if milk would hurt them. By Lucille C. Conner D. C.
age. John J. Henderson, Esu: St. Autustlne -
In view So one day I tried it. Don't Fla.
: of the fact that Bradford -
County is based
.
on an ever do It, If you value your Atty. for Plf. II.U 4t 10-S !
f.Ir agrarian economy, and that workable-age students are often plants. That poor little specimen i. ,
I) needed inr CIRCUIT COCRT, BRAD"'ORDCOUNTY
stringent just dried and died In two
< up FLORIDA IN CHAN-
proposal. Could it be enforced When a parent believes ays. CERY. rf
1' that the economic welfare of his Ronald V. Bruce'Plaintiff,'".. Ada \\I
family is at stake he is Bruce, Defendant. Case "' 0. 6951.
. very likely to ignore arbitrary rules and regulations. Nor Had a lovely letter from Lura ORDER OF PUBLICATION
! AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
would the law-enforcement agents themselves wish to en- Burgess Mohr of Ponca, Nebr., STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ada .

'1 danger the economy of hard-pressed citizens. formerly of Clay Hill, suggesting Bruce You, who.are .required residence,to Is appear unknown.on rI
a column by both Fred and mend October 10th. 1947, In the above

,stu-dents; .. named "Our Opinion", A named plaintiff Court seeks and divorce cause.. Bradford wherein
nice thought, but she will never County Telegraph shall publish this
.on their own part and not because of demands
made upon know just how hard I had to beg Order In next four weakly Issues.
them by their Most Wltnesn my hand and official
parents. parents are ambitious enough and
to
coax get that one column eal at Stark. Florida this Sep.
to want their children to obtain all the education possible out of him."Suspense". tember ISth. 1947.
in order that their economic and social status (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
might be Aa Clerk of snlit Court. ,
raised above that already prevailing in the home. Ry Lucille C. Conner D. C. >
OpensAt D. E. i
'. Knight Stark., Fla. ,
, Perhaps the answer to the problem lies in the new "child Atty, for Plf. g-13 4t 19-10 1 1I
guidance" trend that schools are destined to take! under the Park SundayOne I

\' new Florida law. If the student is fired with the desire to of the most drama-laden

obtain an education, he will get it, in spite of handicaps at lima of the season, "Suspense", CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION

home, or anywhere else. If he is genuinely interested in his opens Sunday at the Park Theatre

,1 'work and can see where it will definitely improve his chances for a three-day run. Featured In I j .

of earning a living in the future, there will be very little the all-star cast.are Bellta, Barry

need for "compulsory attendance" laws. Sullivan Bonita Granville, Albert

But whatever the answer, we maintain that it is a crying Dekker, and Eugene"palJette.

shame that only sixty students reach the goal out of every Next Tuesday and Wednesday

300 who make the start. As long as that condition exists, the Park will present a dobble
feature bill headed by "The Dal-
' no person genuinely interested in education can draw
an tons Ride Again", starring Alan '
easy breath. Curtis, Lon Chaney, Kent Taylor /
---
Noah Berry Jr., and Martha, 0'-
noiicn' OP AwicAriOM run South. Kana- *S East containing rlscoll.. The second feature on
TAX ItKRII' 4V aura more or IVBM. ,
The as...s mnt of the tile program will be '"Queen of
: under tha said irrtiriiat Is.wed .' the
Amazons" with Robert t
IS HEUKIIY GIVEN, That Loweryand
was In the name nf;: Unknown 'I
Th Atlantic National 17. k of r
.n L'nlos* said o.. Patricia Morrison.
Jaoklonvtll. a. Trust under Will rd.. tot lawallthe
mil
at N 'T. Hitch dec......". hol Ta xOrtirtcatt No. 11, I."uod Mn1.1"torthedescribed: way
the highest MdiUr wiltth. 1. the double bill will be "Hitting
7th dar o( Aua-unt A. D. 1931, hasflld ,courthouse door on the first Monday The Trail" trad -mar"s the thing.
came In tnr office and has 10 the month 01 with Tim McCoy and PLEASE return mean same
mad application for a tax. deed to 1917 which ,. the 3rd day November.01 Nu. Hani Rock Harrlgan" with Ceo. PHARMACIST empty boWlS promptly
1 b* ISMUMtl th..r..n. Hittd eortltleateembrace vomiter. 1947. O'Brien.
I the following (1 *Ncrlli,it lIat..1 thl. Ulh day .
property In the County at Bradford I 19(1.lOFF'ICIAf.. or Septemher Phone 64 STARKE lonUD UNDIS
e Slat M...,. oFlorida of .b:Y. of, to-wlt NW<4, Of ,,Clerk al WKAL) A. /. Thomas, Fresh stock of exeellflnt type- "THO.ITY 0' TRI COC"-CO' COMPANY I'
i Nil:.,. of 'iewnship tl6cuU Court Idt adl"PcI On-the-MMt Service STARKE COCA-COLA
ew" *" U. 4 Cesntytortda. aM 4, tt.T !, rHr rsMssji ag THK4WATB. : TIoL&-: BOTTLING COMPANYRAGE

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107
Y, OOTOJIER BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. mUUKK' FLORIDA FAGKirooker Tests


daughter of Jacksonville were vis Mr. and Mrs. V. V Hazen ANn
NOTICE
and !: TO APPEAR li .
CIRCUIT coi'WT. BH",I>FORD In next four
weekly issues
lUng Mr. and Mrs. 8TATB STATE! OF FIntDA tot l Robert
Pitt Baxter children were shopping In Gainesville Hoyt FLORIDA whom to: William COUNTY FLORIDA IN CU\N- Witness my band and official seal Fleming. Hellen, whoa residence tat
Saturday. Saturday. Lawrencevllle Patrick Georcla.residence la: CORY* at Htarka, Florida, this September HFD I, Smithfield .Penniylvanla.
Eva C. McBride Plaintiff vs. 10, 1947 You are required to appear on I
T. W. Markey Whitney Sue Holladay\ of Los Mr. and Mrs. T. W. MArkey, You are required to. appear on Joseph: F'' McBride, Defendant, (OFFICIAL. SEAL A..1. Thomas, :October 17. 1>47. In the above named
Mrs October 17. 1947. In the above nam- Case No 1991.ORDER Court and ,
Angeles, Calif was visiting Shirley -I Mlsa Lubedla ed As Clerk of said Court. I cause wherein plaintiff
Pinholster Mrs. Pitt Court. and cause, wherein plaintiff OF PUBLICATION By Lucille I C. Conner O C. seeks divorce. Bradford County i
and Glenda Parker Wednes- Baxter, Mrs. Lloyd Dyal, and Mrs seeks divorce. Bradford County AND NOTICE TO APPEAR T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn <
day afternoon of Telegraph shall publish this Order Atty. for Plf. ,,-u 4t 10-lt next four weekly lunar,
y r PARTY last week. Grace Barry were shopping; in In next four weekly laauea. STATE OV FLORIDA to: Joseph __ _
"ly little party was given Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Gainesville Witness my hand and official seal Francis McBride, whose residenceand IN: cinrt'iT cornT. RRAIFORnCOUNTY Witness my hand and official seal
Stewart and Friday. at Starke, Florida, this September address< IsIII: Park Place at Starke, Florida, thus September
lid MM. L. L. Parker at Mrs. Paul Stewart were In Gainesville -' Mrs. Cephus Harrell visit- 19, 1947. Brooklyn New York. KHV., FLOKIUAI IN CHAM-: : sa. U41.
Ime Friday evening In hon.elr Saturday. her was (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, You are required to appear on Mildred Lynn Hellen Plaintiff ".. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.S. Thomas, t
Glenda whoa Ing mother, Mrs Loca Wat Aa Clerk of aald Court. October 14, 1 47. In the above named Robert Fleming Hellen, Defendant Aa Clerk of said Court
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Grady Baxter of era, in LaChosse Saturday after By Luolll C. Conner D. C. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Case Nn. 6091ORDER By Limllle C. Conner D. P. '
birthday gnat H. O. Brown Starke, Florida seeks divorce ITsdford Ualnosvllle
her sixth Baldwin County OF PUBLICATION Each H. miglas, Fla..
time spent Monday afternoon noon.Will Atty. for Pit 9-S8 It 10-17 Telegraph shall publish this Order AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Atty. for Pit. -18 It 10-11 I
that with Mrs. Annie Lewis. '.
y Andrews of New River and -- ---- ---- -- -- - - -- - -- -
.on this happy occasion Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson and Guy Andrews of Starke were vis -" _ _

outside where games children of Starke spent Friday lUng Mrs Ullie Cone and son

nJoyed. Prizes were won night with Mr. and Mrs. G. B Clyde Sunday afternoon.
Thomas, Patsy Moody, Colson. I
n E

Thomas, and Linda Gayle Gainesville Mr. and were'visiting Mm Lee Green Rev. and of Exam To Be Held Get in step. :


enter attraction was Mrs. Lawhorn here Sunday. For Rural RouteA -

la birthday! cake with six :Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ingram of
surrounded by pink rose- Starke were guests of Mr. and vacancy exists for a rural
Ir the close of the afterLei Mrs. E. T. Stewart Sunday. carrier In the Starke post office,

of the cake were Lowell\ Douglass of Deland was the U. S. Civil Service Commis- wilhthoCuard I

TrtOt Ice cream and cookies. the weekend guest of his parents sion announced recently. An examination -

Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas.Mr. to till the poaiyon! will
1 Rimes was In: Gainesville e I : and :Mrs. Francis Russ and be held at Starke sometime after

Iday. :baby of Lake City were weekend October 9, when all application

4 I Mrs. I* O. Lewis and I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vance blanks are due in Washington r Or
.. '
Russ. Civil Service office.

ft Mrs. G. E. McGauley and daughter The vacancy was created in

Mary of Palatka spent Friday Route 1 when B. S. Edwards retired -

(ice Supplies here with Mrs. Ray Green several years ago.( The position Fr I Iu'
Leslie Green, Mrs. T. W. Markey has been temporarily filled II I

I and Mrs. E. J. Lewis were visit by Donald McRae. I

ing Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukes at Application blanks and further t

Dukes Saturday night. Information on the vacancy may I I

Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis, be obtained at the local post offlee. v \
i yt
$
a and Miss Ivamae Lewis were shop- A .4t' MMYl f
ping In Lake Butler and Starke '
iv: 'IIUTI'r roi'nr. inroiin Ls
j
Saturday.Mr.
.
COUNTY. FLOIU"'I IN CH4NCKHV. : ) ,
and Mrs. W. H. Bennett I

have returned to their home at Holes Martha, Defendant Solon Plaintiff CBHB Nn.VH. Luther Rt75. I
the China Tung Plantation after ORDER OF PI'PI.I('ATION /
AMP NOTICE TO APPEAR ft.
spending the summer at their STATE OF" FLORIDA to: Luthe .
i place in New Hampshire. Sole*, whose residence and address
In: K. Hocklng-ham North Carolina. *
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Stokes
Toil
are required to appear on
and Lee Gainey attended the association October 27, 1947 In the above named -
Court and cause wherein plaintiff v* eu
In Trenton last
weekend. ..k. divorce. Bradford County
Tel.grah"H'Hli,; ; >lI iti-thi. Order'
In next four_weekly ISHUOH
dreds of 'Useful Witness niv band and official seal
Correspondence NOWa at Starke Florida this September
fire and School 23. 1947.!
pleasure with (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
Too an Aa Clerk of said Court
tcessitiea By Lucille C. Conner D P.J. Cr
.N.OO.API S. Harrison' Law Exchange Bldg.
nerous to Mention ; Jacksonville.. Fla.
Pit. 9-2 4t 10-1 .
Atty. for
UDon't What EMCIl POINTED FOUNTAIN'f\: ___ ''".
Have IN ('lIlrl'I'r miser, \nvonn l
[ Need We'll GetIt Your writing can h done COUNTY, FLOHII>"| IV CHAN:
.
CFRY
more easily-th 14 kt.
.T. / Durham. Plaintiff, v*. Riila X
For You solid gold round, smooth Durham Defendant Cnwa No. 5083 -t I I
3
ball-like point glides ORDER OK PlTLirT10N
over paper with the AND NOTICH TO APPEAR: j
STATE! OF FLORIDA' Ell!" \
smoothness of a soft r>Durham whose residence Ie: Helena
d de ord ; '
County lead pencil. Georgia.

",.....J maltvJtrt $ You are required to appear on.
October 87. 1947. In the above rnmtil .1
filM Court and cause, wherein plaintiff -
r seeks divorce. Uradford ('OIlntyTel"lrroph .
[Telegraph Khali publish this Order
BradfordCounty In next four weekly IHSIIPS.Witness .
mY hand and official seal f
Telegraph'Eroniwhere at Slarke, Florida, this Septembn
w. Call Phone 29 23, H47 ,
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A.; J. Thomas.
A. Clerk of said Court4 :
fly Lucille C. (Conner r>. (!.
r ,--S._ 'r.++.MrYnneweM If. O. Brown.Starke, FWrldAtty. '" :
for Plf. 9-28 4t 10-1 HPDURIUG 'I
I
IN 'IITIT ro i n r. DII \i>r nn
:' I sit ,.:.fy Joe Marsh CFRY.COUNTY: rLOHIUAl IV CHAN. ,

HuKh C. ITryson. Plaintiff, vs. Sari "UATIONAL'GUARD ASSEMBLY1Scptomiwr
Walker Bryson, defendant. Cue -
No. 6970

"It's. Living ORT>ER NOTICE OF" Pl'IcLIOATlOVAND TO APPEAR ( ,I4 ffowmb.r 16 J 1L l
Sera. ,
STATE) OP FLORIDA to: -
Walker Brysnn, whose residence Is: ,
That Counts"the 1 Dawklna Circle, Union South --
r.
Carolina. L/"National Guard Assembly" Is a'cover the sizeable :=
premium on a ,
..
You are required to appear on ...' -'--.--- --
October 28, 1947, In the above named Station-wide drive to enlist thousand insurance policy. r'Look --scai. 'f
wherein plaintiff at this |
and ,
Court cause
i title ef this column a glass of mellow beer with friends seeks divorce. Bradford County of young men in that flut-moving.j Yowl get specialized training In f pay .
magazine. article that said the companionship of man and Telegraph' shall publish this OrderIn citizen ? fWeaehl-lMwAfMeryMalafperleeli j
; highly trained force of soldiers. .
next four weekly Issues. ] leadership and technical ikllla that I
lot better than jan what wife, unruffled by dlstisetlons ofthe Witness mY hand and official ""ftat Mm!* . . fl..
d country life San mug. city the motaal tolerance atarka, Florida this September f Right now ia the time to get In.] can increase your civilian earning 1 frlvaM tint Clam .'. )

A about farm profits,proof one another's tastes-to choosing SOF'FICIAL SBAD A. J. Thomas, You'll go up faster. It'i money in the power. Enjoy sports dances rifle and Cereerel: as4 '/' .'. .'. .'' a ; "
> As Clerk of said Court.( Serte il.a4T/4 .'. *
,research and mechanical a friend. o. a glass of beer, ormente. By Lucille C. Conner Oraham D. C. BldJacksonville I .. \jbank, too: a full day's Regular Army pistol shooting and the comradeship I Staff lere/MS seel T/l .s4 a:.161 t

...but isn't It true a candidate for Governor. Martin J.I Pearl Fla.801 pay for each brief evening of Armory of high: -type men.P T..aI... .......* . .:.; "

'i really vain Is the life Mind, I'm all for material fan.proveBtsnts. Atty. for Plf.i. -29
1 living offers 'lie!...the Bat from where I sit, 1 Clllrl'IT f'ot IIT. nnnr nFMUIIUtl encampment gives you full base pay And you will be proud to serve in this. :T HJttl II eVr.' pay M .weer --,I i. "
to be close to our families the reel goodness of our country COI "" "Y. INmftsf'j. test SeM IreiMiMj, .1tIt 1..laey rr _
r. plus longevity. Even a Buck Private treat organization. So in ,e' seer I efpre.Iew.Snwy ........
get step yes.'i
rtbors...children sharing life is that spirit of tolerance, \ DowningAugust Barnes, Plaintiff .. ,
ores...working with our moderation, and good fellowship. Defendant? v... Pfc.Case No. 51137.J. Barnes, I''can earn $157.50 a year-enough to join the National Guard today I ; I ,

dl at a worthwhile ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
Job. (l NOTICE TO APPEAR NOW luoiau UNOU NEW uw-rouNO MIN or' 11 .
[country pleasures are : ,, _-A STATE! OF FLORIDA to: Pf"Anaustlne .. .
,
J. Barnes, whose reslflVnc. \
I rood talk at d.y-s end and O' I.: 5043 8, Ell.ah.th Street 1


Copyright,1947.United States Brewers Foundation October Chicago You Court are 9.anti required Illinois cause. In, the wherein to ahov.appear plaintiff named on- THE LOCAL GUARD COMPANY NEEDS MORE MEN TO MEET REQUIREMENTS i .

seeks divorce' and care and ,


aid MHMHBBBBHB111UJTIFY PROTECT your HOME at Order County custody Witness Starke Telegraph In of next my Florida minor hand four shall,child.weekly and this, 'offlolal publish September PYadrnrd I."'"'.seal this". OF ITS NEXT TRAINING PHASE. FINE OPENINGS !', I i t.:


WITH TilE BEST 24(OFFICIAL, 1947. SEAL> A. I. Thomas. AVAILABLE. 1
A. Clerk of said Court. M''
'.
fty Lucille C. Conner. D. 1" .
I
iLUMINUM AWNINGS H. O. Brown Starke. Florida

Atty. for BIL 9-28 4t 1011I ____ '" ___ ,_ __ ______. __ 1
IIR41)I"nRO .
<-inrririnrrir roritT '
tHAN.f !!. J \
FMMHOAl IN
CS Ol'v TV. "
k a I ( FRY.Furnla ; Plaintiff vs.McrSrmlcU WE ARE PROUD OF I' 11

Eugenia Scurry P.fen- : '.
Free Estimates >k danl Case No. 59U. ,. i '

ANTNOTTCEPTn .APPFARBTATK Headquarters Co. 2nd Battalion 124th Infantry a"; : A ALET'S

'1111 Person McCormick OF Scurry FIXRinA whose tit:residence Eugenia! :
I
'I.: Unkn')wn. .

Shop or Write t I tiff October You Court seeks are 24 and dlvorc.1947 required cause, .In Bradford the wh.reln to above appear this' County P.ln-Order named on- TALK IT UP! BUILD IT UP TO TOP STRENGTII' i

n T.lgrsph' shall publish:
four wee ly Issues.
*' in Witness mat mY hand ..,1 official seal _____________ ______ _. _. __ ___ _- ___-_ .__ __ __, __ \ \ .
also do min work M1eil .t Starke. Florida this September '** .(

h N 13 OFFICIAL 1947. A. I. Thomas IF INTERESTED, SEE SGT. SZYMCZAK AT ARMORY ANY J WEEK DAY
( SEALC
as
window frames, A.. Clerk .f ."., J
t 11" Lucille C. Conner D. C. ___ __ ___,_ I i iI
windows, and, T.AU Frank,. for PIL T.andrum_. Sterk"9-U 4&Fla.141-1 \\I} .t/

rs. We use cypress\ I rinrriT
,NTV, FI-OBIUtl f
ber' in all our work. +rH 01dlnKa('tRY. Marty. Plaintiff ... Lois ,, r.
Lucille Marty, Defendant. Case No. 1'".
"ORDER or pt-PLicATiov: STARKE TAXI SERVICE H. C. WALL AGENCY i. t

S U L A T E,- The Modern Way STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR toLois \. .

Lucille Marty, whose residence' .Is: I '
WITJIRock -". ( $ BOTTLING CO. EASTERN !
YOU are required tit appear onO STARKE AUTO SUPPLY V. "
WOOL ." Court .nd cau.e. ..h..eln plaintiff -

seeks fourhwe.kl dlvoc" .ftr.dfo'Issues.. l'nunhlY Order GEM JEWELRY FARM, HOME & AUTO SUPPLY q J;1

Winter Fuel Savings Pay For Summer .t Inelneat witness I'terk.! %Florida bend'.this!." official September, seal i" ,

rl"
ComfortGet 31.(OFFICIAL:; Clerk 1747. of SEAL said: Cout.ftY > A.. J. Thomas.As HART FURNITURE CO. STUMP'S DEPARTMENT STORE

Lucille C. Conner. D. (SRes '
Free Low Cost Estimates No Obligation S4tld.n. Daytona B,/51/47

AIIT. for Flt.lll _. J FLORIDA BANK at, STARKE i.il.41tL. .
n.ce: _.. JLADF RDCOOVCTT. .
McCord Novelty Shop C&AW': FLNIDA9 15Wardle MLfmwR r. B. i.
1 Z1S, Starke l4 HiL N..Stalk J HIHnr.*. William Pey Hoyt Patrick Patrick, Plalatlff, D.f.adset.Ca. vs.': .

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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STABKB FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTo.nEa

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the Youth Fellowship of the Methodist IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLO- W ""1
Bible Story Hour 4'off BE y.. W"i
I SOCIETY and CLUBS New UDC Officers RID"IN AND FOR BRADFORD H' \
Church last Tuesday eveningat COUNTY IN CHANCRRY.Case NW... :'h:
Elected For YearThe the home of her parents, Mr. Attracts YoungstersThe No. 6913 -ifn b.lnlf 0' l Hf: \

and Mrs. Paul Dinkins.
Community Bible Story A. T. Andrews, also known as containing: #sg
Churchwells Invite Mrs. Canova HostessTo W. T. Weeks Chapter of The Woman's Society of ChristIan -,' Hour, sponsored by the Methodist Adam Tucker Andrews and Paul OREETINGS and : ( <
the UDC held Its first of Service met at the Parsonage coma each of
meeting P. Andrews, also known as Paul vou
I' Church of Starke, meets every; and ""L.I
Friends To ReceptionThe AuxiliaryAt the year Wednesday afternoon at last Tuesday afternoon.Mr. afternoon at3:30o'clocIn Brantley Andrews, Plaintiffs, vs. plead or 'nswer toT the,'"* tl,
Kingsley Lake 3.30: o'clock at the home of Mrs. and Mrs. N. B. Blocker and Tuesday Fanny M. Green, *t ai, Defendants plaint flied .lfllinat you Bl11 M,,
W. J. Church. the Methodist recreation build In
Rev. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley. Co-hostesses with small son are spending some time ORDER OF PUBLICATIONTHE Quletst clnnflcauae (heing I m

well Invite their friends to an Members of the Ladies' Auxiliary Mrs. Beaaley were Mrs. W. G. : at the home of her parents, Mr. ing. This hour is a happy chfl STATE! OF FLORIDA. TO: scribed plalnt4fftllu to and eXnblbl. :
Informal reception at the Meth- drens' get-together, the highlight Bach and every the following named IlInd.. er5inrtbOYj
of the Starke Presbyterian Halle and Mrs. Jeanette KIncaid. and Mr. A. H. Harley. :
odist parsonage on Church Street, of which is weekly' motion picture defendants, each of whom is a resident toobe decreed to 10 hav.
Church Mrs. E. K. President, Mr. and Mrs. John Shuford and b. .I..,
were Tuesday night
guests Perryman
evening October 6, from showing the lives of beloved of Bradford County, Florida, Came tn fee ...
Monday of Mrs. L. A> Canova who graciously presided over the busbies meet Sidney Shuford returned to their] namely Fanny M.Or.en. a. widow;; day or Novembe"oPlel Nfi tM I
7:30 o'clock until 10:00: o'clock. Bible Characters. One which will Adam T. Green and Rosa Mae Green you are 1917.
.
entertained at her Kings- ing, during which new officersfor home here, after spending several continue from now until Christmas his wife; Loren.o D. Green and Ma. the plaintiffs not 10 artmi >!.
ley Lake home honoring Mrs. J. 1947-48 were elected aa follows week visiting relatives and Green, his wife; I* J. Green also as confessed Saiirtll.'ltl"| '
1notice t
ReunionAt season is the life of Moses known as Lloyd James Green, Individually It 0'",
Family Warren Kaufman. friends in North Carolina and
: and .
and as Administrator of Corder '
:Each.Tye day a separate and com- Tha,
President Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Virginia. the Estate of Archibald Hardy published for four PUbli..lI.
HomeMr. Guests In the
gathered spaciousIIvln&
Shepherd Pete Jones and small daughterwere plete phasq,jOt the Prophet Moses'I Green e ea7dBe and Ine Green, weeks In ( .....
room which was artisticallydecorated ; hiswife Wlmberly and
activities Is being: given. Also ; graph, a newspapperrdbII ,
and Mrs. I. P. Shepherdwere with periwinkles and First Vice President Mrs. G. the Sunday guests of Mr. this the children, Wallace Wlmberly and her husband; v'ns' cln'Iito1hpN.
during period Nelson T. Green Boots Green ford
hosts Thursday of last weekto other varl-colored flowers. Here W. Roberts; and Mrs. L. H. Hill. enjoy singing\ pictorial Bible verses his wife; Pearl Sauls and Jack '. Wltne"County 7'lorlda' I II
many of their relatives at a the members held their regular Second Vice President Mr*. Miss Marguerite Wainwright returned Saul, her husband; and toEa..h the seal of this my hand '
Court Ihlrlry
I and group singing accOmpan- and every the following named day ot ,
at their home on R. A. Green to Florida State Universitylast Septeabor:
happy reunion monthly Auxiliary meeting, first ; led by Mm R. A. Green who has defendants, severally and respectively. Stark.., Bradford 'ruunty 1H 1*
North Cherry St. Present from with a short business session, during Secretary Mrs.. W. O. Halle; week after spending the summer If they or any of them be ) ., "
kindly offered her permanent services alive, and If they or of them be
any I
Starke were Mr. and Mrs. C. .C. which committees were ap- Treasurer Mrs. Annie Lou here with her parents, Mr. as pianist. Near the close of dead their several and respective laTVi'rC'1U"B"' ,
Shepherd and son, Chuck. Those pointed to serve at 'the coming Godwin; and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright. unknown heirs devisees, legateesor ,
the hour the children -
enjoy refreahmenta.
Edwin C.
grantees namely) Butlrr
from other towns who shared the Presbytery' be held at the local Registrar Mrs. L.A.Davis; Wyman; B. K. Bunker; Edgar E. Attorney for I'laliuiif, 1011&&
festive occasion were: Church on Oct. 14. Followingthe Historian Mrs. Mattie Ga- BIRTHS Bunker and Mattle K.' bunker his r '
Miss Kate Struth indicated this wife; William H. Leinnlger; Gt. L. 4 ,
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Miller and business session an appropriate hagan:
Peek; A. M. Lapham; and to INSURANCE
DUCHARME JR.
T. R.
son, Jack of Klngsley Lake; Mr. program was presented by the Chaplain Miss Olive Ray: Mr. and Mrs, Theodore, R. Du week that enthusiasm on the partof _..gatees The unknown or grantees heirs of, Archibald devisees, U you I need fire, autoinobikt

and Mrs. I. P, Shepherd Jr. of program chairman, Mrs. C. F, Recorder of Crosses -. Miss charms. announce the birth of a Starke children: and their parents Hardy Green also known aa A. H. or any other type IBSUHIM
BarnesvtUe, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Ward, and included a talk by Mrs. Madge Mlddleton. '- Is Increasing from week let (been, deceased; and to me at 129 w. Call ,
Theodore Jr. on Stmt
son, Ronald Sept The Florida Land and Immlgra- J
Shepherd Jr. returned to their! K. G. Duncan on "The Gift sent Delegates were appointed to 22 in Shadycrest Hospital. Mrs. week, due to the beneflclatan lon: Company a corporation If now petite Bradford CoaatTVgraph
home Friday morning; Friday afternoon to usby the Empress of Japan", In .existence and If not now in existence in Starke.
attend the State Convention of Ducharme is the former Miss interesting experiences the local Its unknown successors Ba
Mr. and Mrs. Miller and and a planar solo, Chopin' "EtudeIn
or assigns and to fated In this
grantee ;
the UDC in Tallahassee October Gladys Dobson of the State Farm. buelnl.e.
son left for their home In Banning A Flat" played by Mrs. E. M. I children derive from the friendlyand The; several and renpectlve husbands 1931. I am wen IJ
14, 16. and 16. It was voted to exciting that and wives of each, every and qW1i1t1e4/
Calif., after spendingtw Davis. send Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid and DONNA LUCILE JORDANS. atmosphere pre- all of the natural persons herelna- represent your beat

months on Kingsley Lake. During the social hour Mrs. Ca Mrs. L. a. Powell. Mrs. W. G. Sgt. and Mrs. L. H.. Jordan vails at these weekly gatheringsLast bove named as defendants In this No client of mine has man-.
cause, and the names of whom ever\
140 children
Tuesday
nova delighted the guest with twopiano Halle and Mrs. L. A. Davis were announce the birth of a daughter, were severally and respectively, are, except a thin dime by pUclu i.
selections Lucile present and Mrs. Clyde Priest was as herein specifically. stated, Insurance
Ford-Hubner : Chopin' "Noc- chosen alternates. Donna on Wednesday with ma.
as There also
1 unknown; and to
II turne: in C Sharp" and "Weddingof will be a General Convention In Sept. 24, in the Oliver General, a special guest of the group. All persons having or claiming N. D. WAINWRIGBT

Mrs Bessie Cooper Faxon ofI the Painted Doll": Miami sometime in November Hospital, Augusta Ga. Mrs Jordan any following' right,described title or Interest lands In In Brad the Phone 154EXTRA ft

, Starke announces the recent marl Near the close of this enjoyable during which this UDC Chapterwill is the former Mils Evelyn Hall Nursery School Open ford County, Florida towltt

: riage of her daughter, Mrs. Doro- evening the hostess presented the! be represented by Mrs. E. K. of Starke From 1 To 5 DailyMrs.
thy Faxon Hubner to Marlyn C
honoree with a lovely crystal Perryman and Mrs.
L. A. Davis,
I Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Crawford
Ford, Jr., Captain Air Corps,
bowl. with alternates being Mrs. A. Z. Clyde Priest announces that
son of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Ford, announce the birth of a
l Sr., of Jacksonville. Those sharing this glad occasion Adkins and Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid. daughter on Wednesday Sept. 21 the nursery school in the USOuilding

: with the hostess and honoree Following the business meeting In the Alacbua County Hospital. > has extended Ita hours
Capt. and Mrs. Ford are residing "
in Sumter, S. C., where his were: Mrs. C. F. Ward Mrs., H. an interesting program historicalin Before her marriage Mrs. Crawford from 1:00: to 5:00 p. m every SpecialMaxwell

i stationed at Shaw Field. H. Young. Mrs. K. G. Duncan, nature, was presented by Miss was Miss Betty McRae. afternoon, Mondays through Fridays -
:: Mr. J. R. Kite, Mrs. E. M. Davis Olive Ray. Following the program This schedule will continue

Miss Lucille Mitchell, Mrs. W. J. delicious refreshments were served The following births are announced throughout the coming school HouseCoffee

Chandler, Mrs B. C. Holtzendorf by the hostesses by Shadycrest Hospital: term.
Q
D BIIITARICE Mrs. T. H. McNeil, Mrs. R. P. Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehead The children are given naps

Stubbing Mrs. C. C. Wynn,Mrs. J. By. Rumen Kay boy, John Henry Jr., Sept. 23. from 1:00: to 3:00: music and outdoor -
.
FLA. M. Mitchell Mrs. A. Hartmann, : Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nayne play and refreshments from

Mrs. V. S. St. John Mr. W. AStern Alexander, boy Robert Eugene 3:00 to 5:00.: Cost per week Is $3.
8ur4e MOBV, Tiles. Mrs. W. A. Bonham and LawteyUyL.Il. Sept. 23. I

Oct. 5. 6, 7 Dr. J. Warren Kaufman. Futch Mr. and Mrs. Earl Redding .44 lb.Wilson's

t McLeod boy, LaVerne Byron,
.. .. .. .. .. ... -. -. -. IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD .
t SUSPENSEBellta Sept. 22.
WCTU Met Friday OVNTIT., FLOK1UAI IN CHAN-
Lawtey Community la l getting Mr. and Mrs. Arvls Clarence KHVucllle

is Harry Sullivan, OonltaOranvllla At TabernacleThe back to normal after the storms. Kirkland boy, Arvls, Jr., Sept. .n. Prosper Carlson Leverne Smith Smith,Plaintiff Defendnt. -

Moat of the damage was done to 25. : Case No. 8010. Pure LARD 2lbs.--.5S
March of Time & News September meeting of the ORDER OF IILICATIOV. AND ,
.. the roads and streets by the wa Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Spencer NOTICE TO API-mil
Laura
'r- Scott Union, WCTU, met ter. The John Robinson TAT OF FLORIDA
county Is having the roads boy Spencer, to.
Wed.
Thun., Oct. 8
9
In the Chapel of the Gospel Tabernacle 23. Prosper Leverne Smith whose last Blue Bunny Pillsbury
t DOUBLE FEATURE repaired as rapidly'as possible. Sept. known residence and address Is cooneral |
Friday afternoon at 3 School busses are making regularruns Mr. and Mrs. Donald Carlton ( Delivery, Charleston South FRUIT .COCKTAIL GRITS

a THE DALTONSRIDE o'clock. The devotional period was this week. Some of the limbs Rick, boy Donald Wayne Sept. CarolinaYou are required to appear on

conducted by the president Mrs.; and leaves In town have been 26. November 3rd. 1947, In the above Heavy' Syrup .23 .1 o pkg.BaMarfo.FlOUR,51b.S.R..l.
W. N. Johnson. named Court and cause wherein
burned and the streets are 'now
AGAINAlan Plans for Come to the Bradford plaintiff seeks divorce Tradfnrd
sending tothe County
delegates In condition .hall
to be used-but thereIs County Telegraph publish this
(Hirtlft, Ltm Chaney, Kent forthcoming state convention Order in next four weekly Issues.
l'' still lots of work to be done. Telegraph for your office Supplies Witness mv band and offIclnlsoal
Taylor 10 Miami were made and yearly! The Sunbeams met at the Bap- Rubber bands, pencils, carbon at Stark. Florida,! this let day ofOctober
And report to convention was read. AI! 1947.OFFICIAL .
$ chairman tist Church last Monday afternoon paper legal forma etc. We ( SEAL) A.:1. Thomas
QUEEN was appointed for the! Miss Adel Dlnklns entertained have a large aupply. As Clerk of said Court.
I special distribution of By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. Chuck Rib or BrisketSTEW
literature. The ,. John .T Henderson, Esq. St. Augus-
Of The AmazonsRobert Templrance// tin., Florida.
I with prayer. Att'a. for Flf. 10H 4t 10124 STEAK

Lowry; Patricia Morrison.
'
ALSO NEWS .45 lb. .32 lb.
To
Meet
.. IIWSCS lor: CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD
rFri. COUNTY. FLOUIDAl IN CHANCERY
f ., !Mat.! Oct. 10, 11 -
DOUBLE FEATURE of the WSCS of the G. Arnold A. Casson Plaintiff vs.
I Methodist[ Church will meet next Sylvia Casson Defendant Case No. lb.-- .48
Daisy CHEESE .
HITTING I Monday, Oct. 6, at 3 o'clock. u. ORDER 8000. OV PUBLICATION - -
Circle One II ;you noted an unusual'amount You nouid've seen Maxie car AND
I will be entertained by NOTICE TO APPH H
THE TRAILWith :Mrs. A. F, Sauls on McMahon St. of snlffin' an' snuffin' along Call ter's chest expand when he !TATH. Of FLORIDA totMrs.
Street it because received from Honolulu Sylvia Casson, whose residence New Crop TOKAY
Circle Two will meet at thq homeof Monday guess was a clipping a and address Is: 23 BillingRoad: ,
Tim McCoy Mr. Joe Martinez on Laura St. so many localites braved the newspaper showing his little oventrll, England:
You are required to appear on Sweet Potatoes GRAPES
AndHARD elements to attend the Gator-Ole granddaughterMartel Johns,
with Mra. Martinez and Mrs E. rtober Slot, 1947, In the above
T.' Shun as co-hostesses. On this Miss game In Jax'vllle Saturday having a let hung around her named Court and cause wheretn .

ROCKHARRIGAN occasion Circle Two will give a night Neither wind, nor rain, neck by film star Joan Crawford bounty plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce shall publish Bradford this .05 lb. .10 lb.

shower for a young mother nor tumbling temperatures can Caption under the picture Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness .
stop these Callstreeters when the which appeared In the Honolulu at Starke. my Florida hand and official seal
-- this SOth day of
With George O'Brien Fresh stock of excellent type- football bug gets In its deadly Star-Bulletin on' Sept. 23 said: September(OPFICIAh-SHAt.147. ) A.:1. ThomasAs U.S. No. 1 Potatoes 10 lbs. --.31

Also Here..Comes The Circus writer ribbons at TIlE TELEGRAPH. work and among those glimpsed "A mother of four children her Clerk of said Court. ,
trying to keep warm In the stadium self Joan Crawford shared her By Lucille C. Conner D. C.
T. Frank Landrum, Florida, '
Starke
------- ------------ .- were Pat and Vernon Sllcox lela with 10 months old Martel I AU).. for Plf. 1013 4t 10)24)
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Elise an' "Boss" Pass, Wil- Johns on the Mataonla Wednes- .

a MAY ma an' T. K. McClane Everett day morning Martel seemed more
BLOSSOM 'I I
13 McKinney and Freddie Wimberly interested in sniffing at lets Miss Serve withSILVER

I' t SCHOOL Inman Green; Bill an' Dot Crawford was wearing around her
of DANCING Powell Buddy an' Lit Bishop neck than she was in admiring the

b Dorothy Mott an' Jimmy lei Miss Crawford had given her.

r r,;, McCarthey .Ralph Alvarez an' Martel la the daughter of }Crs. L.

family and doubtless scads of A. Johns of Starke. Fla., Mrs.

others that I should have seen Johns arrived on the vessel to

t U. S. O. Auditorium but didn't 1, Join her husband who Is stationed

with the Army at Fort Ruger.". .

f I EVERY THURSDAY 3 :00 TILL 5:00 p. M I Seems that the famed movie act .

f', Our own Starke-Newberry game, ress fell in love with adorable II
\' TAP TEACHER ELMER ALLEN last Friday night attracted a fair young Callstreeter, :Martel. at There's graciousness for your table
*
i quota of fans but doubtless many, first sight and took her for a X the gleam of lovely -
, were scared away by the gloomy stroll around the,deck every day loware. Everyday fo
! prospect of having to wade thru I during the voyage to Honolulu. festive air that esualhut over ndh\

water and mud to reach the Were mother Jewel. (Carter) become an event when trlln* *-
Oil bleachers I predict that attendance I -
. Circulating Johns and grandmother Effle Carter Its air of luxury. For richer Bv"
will take a big jump at (Mrs: Maxie) thrilled? ,. see oM t.fIII
the next home game, barring any Well for inspired' gift-giving $'
HEATERS that's putting it mildly! Ieternedo5
more hurricanes And the fol- piece today. They're by

lowing of the fans to Lake Butler Note
that smile on Barney McRae's -
39.95 tonight should be tremendous considering face when his new granddaughter
the arch rivalry that
Merry Elizabeth is .
TO has always blossomed when teams mentioned He was installed -
from Bradford and Union meet
Into the Grandfather' League on
,
Sept. 24 when Betty and Francis MEN'S AND LADIES' GENTS
112.50 Crawford became parents in

." Ruby John I. fuller of enthusIasm Gainesville Sorry to hear that Bulova & Elgin 'KREISLER TIE PISS

Cold Weather Will Soon than ever over the PTA- Hazel Fields Is home In bed witha I. AND COLLAR SETS

De Here. Buy Your Heat sponsored dances at the USO on terrific cold Surely miss WATCHES

er Now While Friday and Saturday nights seeing her. at that front deskin
Easily
Available. Says the kids really have a fine the health clinic Spotted a .

time, and another grand gesture Betty (Green) Ritch and dotterIn

that deserves mention is the fact town last week Didn't get LADIES

r- that every'week a different mar to do any more than that, however, FINE .:;.,
_.,
chant furnishes refreshments for before she wlized back to Ft. WATCH BRACELETS

ALSO the Saturday night frolic. Last Lauderdale Noted among the WATCH

One & Two Burner week Darby's did the honors. fraternity pledge lists at U. of COMPACTS

Looks like Its gonna be quite some F.: Mack McGrlff to Sigma Phi REPAIRING JEWELRY

NESCO time before we see Melba String- Epsilon, and Doyle Conner to COSTUME

HEATERS fellow In these parts again. Alpha Gamma Rho .I
Seems she went to visit sister

Margaret in Nawburgh, N. T. and Well, guess that wind up the
O Just'" The Thing For The. Small bless pat she ended up by gettinga I little black book for this time

Room Or Corner That's Hard To swell Job there and refuses to So long See you in. the GEM JEWELRY

Heat.C.ORIOHSFURNITURE. commit herself aa to when she'll next. i .

.. .. .., head back thl ay. CarolynALVAREZ'

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARR] LORIDA.. PAGE MVaV

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jIlTS of LOCAL NEWSand ton Charles J. Harris of Washing. Miss Annie Darby. Mrs. Carrie Kn 4008.OHUKH ,I IQondor. Defendant. Cue No. 11818 Counljr Telegraph shall publleh this
D.
C.. was guest'last week Rifch, and T. J, Griffin spent OFPrRLirATlOV AND ORDER or rrni.ii-fviov' AND Order In next four weekly leeue
end of '<*TI4 Ie TO APPKAH Wltnea hand and offlctalaeal
his brother-in-law and sis Tuesday In Jacksonville.I. NOTICH TO APPHHiSTATH my
TAT Ie or FI.OHIIIV t.l at atarke, FiorMa, this 10th day ofSeptember.
I ter Mr. and Mrs. James. J. Or FLORIDA < .
R. A. Green. Huffy whoa list known .i.I.an.tts h547.
and sister Miss Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Cox and H. Hazen Jacksonville; was .iSTff? "nd residene' l.. AOM 1-c. Clondor whose re.ht..noeI. OFFICIAl. smALl A.I.: ThomaS I

wSOfl spent last weehKlatlves daughters Cynthia and Prlscllla Large shipment Cannon the guest last weekend of Mr. and Air MMMl. Service D."t.T.. S. Naval I I.: unknown: ( A* Clerk of said Court.
Station Alameda
Cal.
in Georgia. of Live Oak were guests Sunday 49<, 59C eaCh at Mrs. A. B. McKlnney. You are required to appear: on You are required: tn appear on Hy Lucille C. Conner. D, C.
t of Mr. STUMP'0'? November Jrd, 1941. In the above November Ird 1)47, In the a box* ;J, N. ITarrleon !.aw KxrhanK 4
and Mrs.
Green otL D. L. .
MM, Earnest Silcox. nim.1-.Courl. and cause, wherein named Court an. cau., wherein liulldlnir. Jackaonvllle. Florida
Mr. CARD OF THANKSI plaintiff eeeks. dlvorr Ilradford Atlya for; Plf. loll 4t 10124
II. were guests Sundayd HOOVER sales and service. The and Mrs. Ben Rowland Mrs. plaintiff seeks. divorce, and rua.

W. M. Wlmberty. only outlet for Ruby Johns, L. M. Gaines and want to thank all friends for bOy and support of child. Hradford .. .. _
d *. genuine parts. County Telegraph anall publish thin. - - -------------------------
Edgar Wilkinson rhone 120. SMITH'S GARAGE. tf Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy were the flowers sent for my little girl Ord"r In next four weekly limuen -
d Mrs. Witness my hand and official seal ,
In Alice Marie Ruls.
Cedar
: ., weekend In Breaker Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Dobson and Keys last Sunday.L. at Starke. Florida, this let day of

h Mrs. N. c.rand Mrs. Twigg of O. Hazen spent last -Mrs. EffleNOTIm Rids October, 1947.OFFICIAL. .
of Mr. and Jacksonville were weekend ( 8KAt> A.r; Thomas 1/tdm.
work shoes at guests last Tuesday of Mrs. T. with his. family here. He is now Aa Clerk of said. Court. C C
B OF KLKCTIOtl Lucille C. Conner, I>. C. 1-
"Star Brand Shoes M. Hutchings. employed with the State Road The Hoard of Public Instruction :I John ,r..H.. S. of
Department. Bradford County Florida h<>f-- Florida.
ttttf." Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews oy call and fflvee notice of a AU)'.. for Pit. 1013| 4t 10124
left Saturday for Orlando. where Boy's school pants'"1.49 Special faction to be hold on Tu...- JI'
day November 4. 1917 In each of Why Wait?
Mrs. B. T. Thomas they will spend several daya with $1.75, $2.98 at STUMP'SMrs. the special tax: school dtntrlcta of iv C.Rrl'.T O"RT. HRAnronn4.HAN l.4
nd their son-in-law and aid county and at the usual polling coU.4.t.y.: PLOltll. I'" .
of Mr. daughter Dr. 1... A. '
etS last Sunday Brown of Brooker ; Place In each votingpreclnot.
Thomas In New. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon. spent Monday here with her niece In said. county and fur each said jainVaRdward: RurilaM. Plaintiff
T. .. .
E. district to vote on the election of Ruth Blleabeth Burdott Defend enjoy New Appliances NOWIWE
Friends of Frances Landrum Mrs. A. E. McKlnney. three trustees. of public mhoolit of ant. (... N.>, HOUR r

smith was In PPalatka will be Interested to know that she Good values in ladies' coats elected Bradford to County.reside In each different truMe mchool IOn
nesday visiting his daugh. Is recovering from a recent ton- and suits. $16.95 to $22.50 at board districts. and each trimte to TATW or .'..OH.O' too i OFFER LOW-COST CONVENIENT
( be voted on throughout Hradfnrd Ruth KllRabeth Burdett whoee. res.
F. W Varnedoe. silectomy performed In a Jacksonville STUMP'S.Mr. I County Florida and to aeneae milmire Idenca IN 111 Duane Street H"ech-

4 ,'.85. $6.95, hospital.K. for the ensuing two year. wood htaaaachuuetis:
values and Mrs. J. H. Ritch visited You are required to appear on
Mix mill tax to be aixeMied for TIME PAYMENT PLANS I
.91.! $4.73. 4J50, $3.95. Q. Duncan H. C. Wall. ISd their son and daughterinlaw. district maintenance and three mill November Srd. 1947. In the above
u-II reduced to $2.93 Carl Johns attended the National! tax to be assessed for school bllllit.Inir named Court and cauaa, wherein
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Ritch reserve fund., plaintiff peek divorce ttradfiird'
KCZ. Southeastern Shrine Convention in Orlando of holillnir unlit County Telegraph shall. publish thin
i u Wednesday.HOYS' I ... rohinP Order In next four weeklv, leeua
In district "
Miami last each and
Lota -
and Mlas Friday I'reclnct.
Sale and Satur-
Olin Wltnnnn An Approved
e, the following areappointed mv band and ofll..I..I..al EIflII 111(1511
:Mailiaon. spent last week. PANTS reduced front : manaifera .t Htarke. Florida, this let. day of S. I
day.Let $''.9'J' to $%.93 at ALVAREZ. October, 11)47OFFICIAl.
I, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. Charley E. Johns Agency Mr. DUtrlct. No. Hampton: ( stTAt,) A..T Thomas I tLEIJC GENEILU.EJ.BCTBIC i
and Mrs. W. G. Halle were M. to Watt..nonI..cy
(Edwards was a visitor to write your AUTOMOBILE LIAJSI- as Clerk of said Court.
hosts last weekend to Mr. and Wynn Hv I.nrllle r*. Conner I>. C.
of last LITY I>oii U.. Hardy iRan tamieviai
yule Thursday INSURANCE. Don't take a 1R.. KnIght Stark, Florida, SERVICE ,
,chance on toning your driver's license Mrs. Robert Curtis of Cleveland Dave DyalDii'trict AU,... for P1'. 1013| 41 101t4
No. I -KUrke South) : -
for boys & girtsMP'S. Ohio.Mrs. T. N. Kendrick -- .
-
ters 21 iv riRriiT 'ol'n'r. nutiiroHn4OI'MTV. -- -- -
.
George Pappas had as her -
.
I Paul Dridge.H.
Mr. .
and Mrs. C. A. Knight FI.ORIUAl IV CIIAVI.M
guests last week Mr. and Mrs. P DemnreatA. (' VAgile
L. O. Powell and spent Tuesday In Jacksonville. I). Crosby
d Mrs. rtrirri J'\nnn..I1"" Plaintiff 225 Phone
Senlades of California who were G. J. McGRIFF
atUe Gahagan were in Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby Jr. PlHtrlot No. a-Starke' (North): v.. Herbert tjlnler Hnnnelly He.fendant. .
enroute to Miami Beach.Boy's Fate Brown Cnxe No. Onl.1OHIItoil
ville last Friday. visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. C). K Reaaley nv I'l IH.II'tTIOM AM' Temple Ave. STARKE MOTORS 72

Lillie S. Lewis of Apop- H. W. Townsend in Lake City warm jackets. $3.50, T. H. William "'IOTM TO .41'PHOTATH ]*!!

Monday.Mr. $4.50, $5.95 at STUMP'S.Mrs. Nat William ] OK .. ..OIlIU4 tn.Bn".t .. .. ...._" ,.. .. .. p 4
l ting her son and daugh- DlKtrlct No. -Lawley: l.nnler' Pnnnellv: whope' rep.Idenre .

w. Mr and Mrs., Barnes and Mrs. P. W, Drake will Titus Olson recently returned <', I,. Illlllard IP 1M3R l>. Street N. K. WunhInirton .. p .. .. .---
leave for from Olmstead. III. where .1. "14. Austin r. C.:
Saturday
:I, New York A. II. Hurley You are required to nppear onNovember
harley E. John Agency State where they will spend several she was called by the death of I.. It. lllll 3rd IH47. In the abovenntned FKESIl TIllS WEEK I I
Court AnuS cause, whereinplaintiff
.TOMOBILE; ..1AIU. days with Mr. and Mrs. Wm.A. her father, George Lilly. Dlxtrli't No. Yanilertlll, :: seeks divorce llrntlfnrd' ,
Rohl of Let me write your AUTOMO- K. Nf Norman 8r.Itu County Telegraph shall ptilillHh thin
Sl1USCE. 2t Albany and with Mr. .ne1l
BILK LIABILITY IN CIUNCE.New Norman. Orr1r In next four weekly iMHtieH.Wltnena .
Elizabeth Joiner returned and lira. Orvin VanDusen of Val. I* I. ..llenfro mv hnnd and official' p"'alnt Whitman's Sampler

to Atlanta after spending ley Falls N. Y.Beautiful law becomes effective Oct. 1. A. 11 whiteheadDistrict Htnrke, Florida, till 2nd tiny of t
f Your business appreciated.Charley No II-(:Irahnm. : fli'tnher, H47
t week with her brother-In- assortment children's John McKlnney IIJF'lciAlsitAr.' .) A..I ThonmaA
E. John Agency. 2t Oonrve Rivers Clerk. nf paid Court.
d I sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. coats all wool sizes 3
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle Jr. John "Hurrency fly lucille f. Conner, D C. .
(. to 6, @$l.95 STUMP'S. Herry Dyal Znrh II l.gluis.. ilalnepvllln, Fin, IN ONE
of Orlando and Jack Halle of DlKtrlct No. \2-New liver: Attya. for PIt lOt|) 4t 10134iv '

Jacksonville were weekend guestsof Iteilillfh Andrew
M. I.. John. AND TWO POUND
rincriT 1'0"liT. miI>FOIIII'OrvTV. )
Mr. and Mrs W. G. Halle. .
Frank TomllnHon .1.CUtinAI. IV < II .NI ,
Shoes for all the family at Jay Moody JoIIV
)ur Attention Please District No. 15-Hellbron-. : Clara, T*. Miller, Plaintiff. va. Tames BOXES
STUMP'S.Paul Anfll NormanJ. '1' Miller, lipfendunt. Case No
Johns of Live Oak has returned H.' Poop 6Qn.
-Hoy Norman Oitlltfl OP nl.lCATlOV Alt
Automobile And Truck Owners.
to his home after spending It. I... Clemon NOTI1K] TO *PI M' hit r
last week here with his brother No. l8..nl.lnrr "- STATS OP FI.OIIinA I 01 C
District :
!
;We Can Now Supply You With
If H. Kelly James 1'. Miller, whose reHldenee In.ro :
Byron Johns. 4nuley Crosby | Itolxrt Miller. 3 Kim Htreot 1

familiar with the Mrs. Paul Miller of Miami Is Ilnrry LewIs Greenville, Houth Carnllnat Plenty ot Fine Chocolate r
i you new You are reijulred to appear on
O rar Cro"hyDI.lrl..t
I which visiting her mother Mrs. S. W. November rd. 1047. In the ...110n"n..1 \'.
into effect October
No. IS nrookcr
goes : Couit, ami rauae wh"r..lnpl..lnllt
Hastin here for several days.
11947 in respect to the Tom, Stewart .neeU divorce Jb cllHtodvnnil
owner. t.
.
Corduroy overalls for chil. I. homey control o? miner rblld.' frnflforil. .
p and operation of cars andks Albert Hurrencv: r'niinty Telnarnph shall puhllnh this
? The FINANCIAL REbXSIBILITY dren at STUMP'S.Mrs. Vernon Kdward: Order. In next four weeklv I.."..,*. Another A New
L. F. Dinklns la ill in SVincent's Thrc..n Klectlon Pm-lnct" : 'Vltneert mv hand nnd of flrlnl H.n', I Int I
LAW, enacted at Jacksonville "'. $. Slbley Htarke, Fl' in t
Hospital Felix; HiilllvnnCivile 1147. 1 000-SHOT
I of
last session of the state le ls.reo where she underwent a major lleritey (OFFICIAL HIOAT,> A..I Thninil Shipment
It. M. llerwy A Clerk of nil Id CourtTlv .
*
T his law Is MOST IM- .
operation yesterday. toll|: Bt IOj31 I.urllle C' Conner, I> < ('OI.OIUNO A I R RIFLE
TANT to all operators of mo- 303 pair work and drown. pants Flemlnar. Jonep )Hi'ott A llntta, bar.temt -

I vehicles! and should have your early attention. We actual value up to $7OlS-licduc-! IN tuft IT f'O.'II'r.I'flIti' Nutlnnnl. Florida Hunk, Illdw. Jackponvllln. HOOUH! It's A I
ll \
t-'I.OIIM'tl>> IN C
I be glad to "how;you a ropy of the law,and If 'you Nl tO) $3.95 ALVAKKZ STOKE
iniurlince S Mr. and Mrs. H. it. Brewnlee ('leO Perry Oinlner. Plaintiff
L protect your Interests with I HOOKS
liability
Limited
ft vm. James FIII..n ilardner. iv f"'Ilu'1'1'r 'nI'Il'r nittiiFoint I QuantityKOCH
Agency, having been in operation over 50 years, recently visited her sister Mrs.T. ant. Oi>* No. HoodOHI I.nd'i (,.n.'rv. Pl.Ollllltl IV 4 IIVIfulen IMKKS I
N. Limbaugh In Lakeland. They; >KH <>!.' IM III.IrIOV AMNOTK ) I'KII V MTOIIY )
(quipped to take care of your needs. IIIU AIMKtltNT : I ITook, rinlnllff. v*. T.iimnn. ,
were accompanied back to Starke ATM U !' KI.<>MIII % ol Jatnlle Hook, Iipfvmlnnt, (CUP No. .

I write Automobile Liability In James Furnmn flal'dner, hose HO I ftoiiitnn. For The -
Idunc I* unknown: OK PI "." h'i'tOW' AVII
Jl'e Will Appreciate Your ConsiderationH. sura (..tto comply with the new You are required to appear r..j voTicn' TO /.P!.!: uVTATIO ,

law. lUten. for private passenger November, Srd. 1947 In I he It K PI.45i411)t toil. Younger; Set _
named Court and cause., whereinPlaintiff I.uman Jamil Tlookp. whope. renldenre "
cars $37.50. truck $3% annually. Meek divorce llrailfortl la Houte 4, this 812. rteapnmer

Roe me at 129 "'. Call Street or TeleKrnnh hall pulillnh this Alabama .
C. WALL AGENCYPlease Order In nest four weekly 1.0.,11. I You are required tn nnneur' on -
phone 134.-N. D. Walnwrlght Jr. Witness my liiind anil ..rtl..I..I..1 I November Srd, 1147, In the above

Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Andersonand at Slarke. Florida, this Jet day/ of named Court and online. wherein I /,
October, 1947OFFICIAL I plaintiff aeeka dIvorce care,.-,"..- Plenty OfFOOTBALLS
Please Starke Mrs. W. J. Epperson Sr. ( 111'\1.: A.I.: Thomas todv .and control of minu.rchild
SERVICE I last Sunday with Mr. and A* flerk Of finld Court, Bradford, Countv Telea-rnph f
spent Rv I.iirllli. C, Conner. I>, c. hull nuhllKh thla Order. In nit four fI
pone 116 1 OVER 60 YEARS 2 Fla.CLASSIFIED. Mrs. W. P. Knight in Madison. :John :J. 'T1endttron.. E...., 81. Au.u.. weekly Untie I
anssrtJ.sr.. 4 for men, tine FlorldiiAlly Witness mv hnnd dnd offlclnl peal
Flannel pajamas *. for rif. 10'3' 4t |024iv | I at Htarke, Flurlda. this 2nd day of Football 1'umpn And

women and children at Ortiiher. 1447.OFFlCfAI. t
HPAI.) A..I Thomas.
,---- .. .. STUMP'S.: ('.Rf'.I'r ('in ItT \nroNii 1 ( A* Clerk nf en.Id C'""... Needles For Inflation
Mrs. C. C Mendoza of Jack. CEll('Oh 'di'Y. 'I.I/tln1 I' t ii.av. Thy Lucille. C Conner, f'. f.Tt .
>iliert II. I'"n<'..n. 204 I.yni-h
sonvllle was the guest Wednesday Jacqueline Friedman 1I..1I..r.I'lalntltf. i-I, hung. .Tiir-kMimvlll it'. Florldn.

of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. ... l lcfsndant.. v*, Mamhall I'ant.. No Jay AOM7 Holland, Ally for rif, I0'3: 4t 10124| DRUG: STORE

by Mrs. J. E. Futch.I OHIIKK: .>K IM III.K' 41'IOM' > IV 4-IIICI'IT (01 IIT. lilt \IUtUfll
'M)TI< H 'IO PI'H: HOTtTM ..
OUR iv iiiivAlex '-
f CAR w. have a new FOR SALEONE writ Automobile Liability InHuranre OK I'I.C" I1I Is' %''l'Y. Fioiuiiti
CO
.
auto radio! Immediate ( ::11.
to with the new Marshall Jay lolliind'T, whose lui* Plaintiff, V*. ,Jeanett
llatlon. A. low .. 142.50.. ONE: S-BEDROOM residence, comply known residence and adilree. I la 1 london

PHEIID RADIO SERVICB.! completed.LVMliFRl law. Rate. for private puwcngecam 5000 Cornell Avenue, Chi...."... JlUno. -
t at Madlacm .treet.. 3t rk:. 1x8 laS 15. 31. Si $%1.30. truck $33: annually ...::
13, 1(10-170; Window complete;;: You are required to appear nrNovember
Plumbing Fittings; U In. ply Wood;; !See m" at 129 W. Call Street Oil .Ird. 1047. In tli. abovi.

I TOUt FARM. CITY ANDEss Pin Flonrlnir: HOOK bhelvei. 154_N. I>. Walnwrlght Jr named Court and range, wherein
: M LIMES White Cement phone plaintiff perk .llvor.'. anti 110 i 9-PC. Walnut Dining Room Suits <
PROPERTY ahovt ., Sand. Mrs. R. T. Hesse of Jacksonvillewas other' relief Hredford County ,
ALSO: Concrete Pipe; Concrete last weekend of her Telegraph. nhnll publish ibis Ordei
Block, all .Ue.; pipe, step itonoi, the guest In next four weekly iMeuei
house pier., floor; Cement Rock,: brother and sister-in-law. Dr. and Witness n.y hand anil official ....aiat .
Mortar Mix. Steel Wlndowe: Paint Htarke Florida this Jet day olOi'toher ret' '- -- .
STROUT .*:LLa nuh.b Oil and Block Paint Concrete Flour Mrs. H. H. Adams. i94T.OFFICIAL. 229.50
f c TATia complete: Dump Truck Haullcc. Save money on your work and ( SHAM' A.I: Thomas
""...., kll-aw.!! new. ,
dvntbMV mmn.trr One reduced to 93.95 for A* Clerk of said CourtBy
Pree...... II.. ...!. eiTor LOT FOR SALRl' liOO up fCO drriut" pant, Itiellle f*. Conner ll C. CONSISTING Of
[ Mini .... 130 In city limit ALV.IREZ'. KM: I
of || Farina down. mo. clearance John J. >li>niler>on | St. Au-u
.. fley,.ra tr.m all e Tr fla. OP.' RH4I co'rftACri"UnlsAnvoItD T. M. Hatchings was a visitor tin., Florida *
P... ..... ........ WIONKKBIHIi' : CO. Mrs.' Attr. for Plf. 1013 4t 10134IV ,, One BUFFET
Jacksonville
f mOuTREALTTAGENCY J. W.ric." Edward Pfc..e III l last Sunday to ,_ Large, Modem

where she was the guest of her: lllirtIT <'III ItT Illll,roltll

pre>opntf\(1 Locally By FOR)SALK and -5 8-rooni acres of house land.(furnlnhKl Mousewired. son-in-law and daughter Mr. and I 111TV, Kl.Ollllltl IV CH 'V.LMruIno I ______________ One CHINA

T. .. I lit: V _ GUM of f-Met
IIOIXINGSWORT1I
Variety fruit lr flow. Mrs. R. J. Dobson nih',p Martin Plaintiff. I 4

118 So. walnut 8t"Hs em, barn chicken on yard road. Write 24" Mills Lucylle Warnock of Berlin vil Carlliilo' Martin.. I.r""ant. Front
mild HW Ijiwti-y c.5CC Nil. allll"
Ho" (OWI1 UftJ NW SOth Street.Miami. Md, returned Thursday to herhome OHI KII nf P. ilLfl'41io .uo J One TABLE

1 RF., ; : or all kind. renourholvtered Crawford. Fla.Ijiwley 13000. Contact to 'inspectpremises. Jock after spending a week with TATH.nT"'f 0') '1'0 ...4PII.3ii4..0111.. tnCamel r r..'..n..n-K&FOR.

ru/nlture. and tIp 10-lt her mother In Lawtey and with .. W. Martin whose" r.eilt'flce S C '
.. C
Drop tie a car< c *l SIX CHAIRS
known I 32 Amhernt
last *
TlstJl MATTRE8 CO.. 1 portablefeVd Thelma Dyal of Starke. and aiMrem 'jl5 _
a Mrs.
have
Palatk. NOTICE I now Ht. Charleston South C."'' I Panel Back
tILT Will Is
FIL mill and molasses mlx.r. Miss Melba Stringfellow lute: .
B. P. be able to aro any place to Irrlnd 10ilWANTEDSecreta her sister Mrs. R. A. you are required tn appear on '4 T..try ttrmt
ROWELL Spirit. Cook tIP vlsJttng
'1. your .ed.-Earl November Sot, hell In the above
11.cllum. and 11.aJ.r. StatS of Newburgh N. Y. Miss and cause, wherein
Count, lice,,.... Barkley named Court
dnctoeoffice.
,
1 tell "011. for .
neck. dlvorae anil ru"-
Luthe arts, Clark place a mL N. Out of town. Good .alary Strlngfellow will be there for an tody plaintiff of ....11.. Bradford This Is One of Denmark's Famous Bargains ff" Only Found

,. 011 Rd. 200. Look for .If Interested write IOns 644. Indefinite period of time. County Telegraph shall publish tbl. ,
tf O..rn."lIIe.. Fla. ItplOjrNSORASCB REDrOCD REDUCED Order In neSt f.ur w.ekiy I.........
REDCCED! Designed Especially For This Section
Witness my hand and .fflel..I..1 In One of Our Stores -
OR\ STRAYED Dark brown -I write all lInes: 782 pair work and drew at fltarke Florida. this l.l day otOctober.

I\.n" unjr with| bent right 'Ir.' WSr.Wfr your"' n/uVancS reduced to $2.95 at l,47
Phon. 6W, T. K. McCUn, lite. pant OFFICIAL. BKAM A.I.: Thomas
lip n..dll.. ? D. W.lnwrl.ht. Jr.. lit tf ALVAREZ'. A* Clerk of said ('.... .
W. Call St.. Phone 154. Painter 2-c Ttr Lucille ('. Conner. I>. C.lobs .
[RENT. i t.room apt. 25 acre farm 10 his 15 days 9x12 LINOLEUMS '
"ALE -
: Lights and gas FOR Jar bl..I1..y.U300 USNR \Is enjoying tlno. .FlfordJplf. ,
; {; ot St.rk. on OJ; 4t 10'24
2 small children. north at his home here. '
TI'I. leave
lyy ca, .h, or termW. A. of annual >
2oa N Cherry Bt. Up Itp_ He Is stationed at the Jacksonville iv rinrtir: <-"( ItT JlRADF..RfJ 12.95WE WOOD CIRCULATORS

nl-.IT!: 7 Modern home, KlniriL bodY and Air Base. ( oiv-rr' YI.OltlOSI iv intv-' OIL CIRCULATORS
Let, COMm IN and haYs your Naval SEAT I I .
Appll'> 'rnlmied.' electric flxr fender work done al Touaailfl'sGarage Mrs. A. Y. Harris of Gainesvillewas \ John K. O'Connor Plaintiff. vs.
:
phone 31. tlt.rkti'fD C Rab.Ck'C. old Motors bottlln.pianO. and last weekend of her Rvelyn: O'Connor, Defendant. CaaaC ALSO HAVE LOWER PRICED DAISY
the guest
.f 11..0'
late <' ". 8054.OIIPEK j
E"p..rlone.d .eret.rl': Claude NIII.n' J..on..III.. "p10.17FOR Reliable son-in-law and daughter Mr. and or PI .....f" Tiov AVIvnTltR RU ;S AND ;MANY SIZES TO SHEET MEDAL
work lI'uar.n..d. T() 4PP"4H
U.... 0' bookkeeping ccel Mrs. Lex Green.I TAT, OP M. >HIIKvelyn .. t.. SUIT ALL NEEDS
<1 bunre week. wood
.
:::' 11 BradtorCi lao Count por Tel.'olore4 .' SALE Two leather In good anti condition. u rUe Automobile Liability Insurance .O'Connor. whose realdeneend HOX KING
arm-.ockln. chairs with the new address I*: 4J> Central Avenue,
Also large' oil :. heat.pr : to comply Harrleon. N. J..
1!:[) small .erncCS hester.tall passenger to onOctober
"( work and lOISFOR law. Rates for private Too are required appear
'ltt. couple to HP'S 1'1'..... H-W. It lint 147 In the. above.
'colt h".PIt.1 nearby. W4>man car $%1..50. truck. $33 annually. Court and .gauss wherein.
named
'I .I.aM man toP yard .ork. HALE New Mercury 10 h p at 129 W. Call tjtrwi or eek nradf' rdr'ounty We Have Many BLANKET BARGAINSIT'S
woman fop ook. noom B.. Baker at Auto See me : ttT.i. :Pbd shall pnblleh. this
.
r.'od.ard ,end good .alary.. If "o..r ountaln.motor. It phone 134_N. I>. %'aln.'rlch' Jr. Order. la next four weekly I I.."".

PIn write lIox IU'It GaInes-10.3Cattl. I H L. Brownlee. Jr.. and son. Wit..... my band and ntl"I.III..1

FOR RENT Furnishedroom. ., Modern New Orleans. La., spent it Htarke. Florida this 2nd day of
of
.
\ house on Kln..I.y l i* Morris ([Ntol>er. 1147COFrlCIAJ. A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
'._ marked crop OIi 2.roOm apart- here this week with BEAD A. J ThoniaaAa
rp th. several! days
the Other .ar Branded : :: private
o. KS Clerk .f said Court.
P.}. Cattle marlad ....1.'nrk SK ) aU W. )ladl.son. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. nr l-uellle C. Co....,. 11,. Ti

uPp.r uPp.P and. undublt one It Mrs. Louise IToore of Klngiley 't'. Frank Landrum. Clarke. P*"' *.

ut,1.....ur... D..........uad..r.. Me.aqu.r.1 Ii p.r1 I BENT 2 bedroom ..oU.... Lake left last Monday from J&Ck'soityill. alty*. for '16.- l..ii et l$iSS JOHN H. DENMARK FURNITURE !

FOR .....m..bll'fura.d" .
.. my klUIaO" for Atlanta,
.1:010.-1. .Iectrlc by pUn :
,. "cL .n g.strai .beating uDlt nr cnaCC' cctnl'P'.0: r.i tI

1.-.P15 .p_ "_0g.s, _It i.tSS C... Call Mr." _...,. .t I. It where she win spend:Miss semi Hazel time ,CElt rvrv.V FtoaiOAi i.v CHAX-: PHONE 151 8TAKKE, .

with her daughter. .
.od.a Plaintiff.a.
PlYmoutio Virgi.i Butler Duffr I
_
I'O0D. flreplae. ... FOR BALlI.ndltilln.111. rl". ..... tires.111W. Moor J*_* t. Duff. t>e .
*
Writ. ..I".!yN.IJ, riat5iI In good. Coff. 11100" I'P if '

l ft'' ..



BRADFORD COUNTY TKUX3BAPH.: : STAR>{E. FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCToAEQ
FACE SIX 4


served at the meetIng's Mrs. J. W Woodward Sunday.En effort In rat control will pay big October 20 lin. In th. above namd .'I Florida. for Final
the 27th to enter her Freshmanyear drinks were Court and cause wherein Pur Administrator Dbthtr.
dividends In more egg production and Renna Tyson, his,.
conclusion route from his home In Miami nell Tyson
at the State University at eeekii Order of Adoption and lOo1g n.
wife .1.
broilers fat hogs and cattle. U ; COLLET
HamptonBy Tallahassee and Emory L. Brown to Blowing Rock, N. C., J. A. more Change of name of Doris EllenFleming ,
TII.LMAN DAUGHTER Bouvier Jr. visited his parents. "Potaona are now available a minor. Bradford County 1.. C.RCt'T: -
the club who
of recently resumed 1'0'
Mr. and Mrs. Dallas TUlman I which rata and have no Telegraph shall publish this Order 81' eA
poison '
Mra. M. C. Sweeney his studies at the University Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier Sr., In next four weekly Ixiuen. CERY.LORIDAI l' 0
announce the arrival on Friday. III effect on poultry livestock, hand and official seal
Mrs. Bouvier Sr. Wltnem my
last
Friday. Maurice
"
of Florida Gainesville. An O. ,
enjoyable time was had by all September 10, of a daughter, came from Miami to her home pets or human beings. A specialist at 17. Starke U41. Florida this SeptemberOFFICIAL. Jacqueline Fontale.1 fhb

CQ-EDS ENTERTAINED Frances Missouri at their home with her IOn, having attended the in rodent control Is now stationed ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Case No & sta
S-H Club entertained recently present. here. at the University Extension As Clerk of said Court. ORDEn OF
The
PtBLICA
in Miami
DuBose-Bouvler wedding AND
R. K. Ferryman, Starke, Florida, NOTICI': TO ':
with a weiner roast at the or during the week. Service ready to give assistancein Atty. for Fit. 0.19 4t 10-10 STATE 011' FLORID ..
A Pound the
Party, given by Friends and acquaintances aoquellne t.
rat control projectsto s a Who'
country home of Mr and Mrs. M. Hampton Training Union was little Roy (Sonny) Hess four Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Griner had organized NOTICE an (;ldre |, '
Miss Betty the citizens of our county. Notice In hereby given that the Loire Franc. Combre.Mu,
honoring
Hess :
C. held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. year old son of Mr. and Mrs. as their supper guests Saturday underlined' l I. encased In buMneie October
Horne, who left on September Herschel Parker recently as an Sylvester N. Hess of Hampton Mrs. William Relnau and Miss Fay under the fictitious name of Starke iT 1egUlre4; 10 spy
lid Court c7auseth/
In Stark Bradford and rbop
honor to Miss Betty Jean Home Lake will be interested to hear Reltiau of Orlando and Mr. and VFW Has ElectionOfficers City County Transit, Florida and intends toregister tiff seeks dlvoree .:;

who departed for Tallahassee the that he is "holding his own" at Mrs. Martin Relnau and little I the; .14 fictitious name In T.I..graph .hall Pibiihh i(
of the VFW Post No. the office of the Clerk of the Circuit I" next rourV ,
following day to embark on her Rlvdrelde Hospital, Jacksonville daughter, Joan, of Palatka. Court of Bradford County, Fia.WaUace Witness my hand.kly "'UI"
EXPERTSERVICE of her ambulance' and 4319 of Starke were recently elect J. Carson Box 176 seal at Starke and
college career. Thirty-five where he was taken by Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Young terobor 'Iorlda,.
Post J6. 1947. thx]
friends enjoyed this occasion with has had a re- Mra. T. T. In Lake ed aa follows: Commander Stark. Fla.
oh Friday. Sonny Fillyaw were '
Betty who graciously received occurrence of an extremely rare Butler Sunday. They were'dinner R. A. (Lex) Green; First Vice (-11 4t 10-8 A:;clerk f Hti V.ou' ,:} i'fl

[their best wishes in her behalf. and serious disease, ana his many, guests at noon of Mr. and Mrs. Commander Al Krletmeyer; Junior IX CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD T.By Frank Lucille I.andrum C, Cunnrr ShEti p

friends are wishing him a speedy W. E. Fillyaw and during the day Vice Commander, William H. 'I1JRY.COUNTY FI.OKIDAI IN CHAN Atty. for Pit. "...9'11 p'

WMU MEETSThursday recovery. visited other relatives. i.Yawn; Post Advocate let Sgt Edith Lancaster Turner, Plaintiff in riitcriT COlpr
afternoon September Norbert Szymczak; Officer of the v... Herman T. Turner Defendant. (:OUN'I'Y IIRID
: Chambersand
Mr and Mrs. Earl
FLOllltHt
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wright and .
18th Mrs. Florrle Belle Brown John Morris. Case No. BOSt.ORDER CMRY. I' I
daughter are spending some timein family of Live Oak were supper Day OF PUBLICATION Wilma Taylor
Plaintiff
entertained her home.the The Missionary topic discussedwas Unionat Cleveland Tenn., visiting rela guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B, IV! CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD ,I STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: HermanT. Case Wa.hlnllton. No. B9M Taylor b.i"' ,

Chambers last Friday.Mr. COUNTY FLOHIOAl IN CHAN- Turner whose residence Is: Un '. OP
"
"American Indians. A delicious tives.Mr. Davis had CICRY. known. ANt NOTI'F.
and Mrs. A. C.
salad course and Jced and Mrs. Horace D. May of Arthur M. Glenn, Plaintiff "..! You are required to appear onOctober STATE OF SS'2yaa.sEwD.ir.T,1'S.'
the as Sunday visitors Frank Davie Constance R. Glenn 'Defendant.Case 80 1947 In the above named G
here over
Venice were visiting No. 5885.ORDER Court and cause, wherein plain .p,
.
:and hla son, Russell of Lake City. : ,
tiff seeks divorce and restorationof
.
TRY POST WAR 74S1FRAC71NG'COLD weekend.Mra. OF PUBLICATION ,
Chas. C. Hall returned to Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR maiden name. Bradford. County October ana'cbeV.room!
Angus Chusteen Saturday and Sundaywere STATE OF FLORIDA to: Constance Telegraph shall publish this Order ed Court abo"
i CCC her home here Sunday after being H. whose residence In next four weekly Issues. Litt seeks dlvoree and '. I
ShepherdAt I confined for a week In the Ala- Mr. and Mrs. H. C. lIammerschmidt Is: 1119 Olennl I.n Avenue Fort Witness my hand and official Real control. nt mInor ohlld"n""OIo.
ODD of Jacksonville Beach. Worth Texas. at Starke, Florida this SeptemberOFFICIAI Count Telegraph hall 9n
TABLETS chua County Hospital;!. Gaines You are required to appear on 11. 1941. Order In nut four pUblil
Service Station Mr. and Mr_. Charles W Turney October 19, 19U In the above ( SEAL) A.I. Thomas, Witness x eekll l I.
r Gay's ..........-... ................taaesMaNeoldsfadwl ville.Don and family and Mrs Hugh Hall, named Court and cause, wherein As Clerk of said Court. seal at Starke InY Flurlda hind and or''
+ ".'Uat !:!! !!!!!!!! ) McMahone of the Merchant plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford By ucllla C. Conner D. C. temher 16, 1941. lhh
-- .9r== of Jacksonville were guests Sun- County Telearaph' shall publish this R. H. Duncan, 204 Lynch Blag", ( 8KAL) |
Marine stationed in S(. Petersburg day of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Turney. Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness Jacksonville. Fla. As Clerk of said (rourl A. J B'*
of the : and official seal Atty. for Plf. 9-1D 4t 10.10 By Lucille
" was a guest Saturday my hand C. Conner o c
I at Starke Florida, this September T. Frank Landrum:
: illargerl r
' Phone 52-J M. L. Wattersor. family. 11. 1947.OFFICIAL. ix cutrrrr cornT. BRADFORD Atty. for J'It.
a Rat Control Will ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, COUNTY FLOHIOAl IN CHAN-: 9.19 It
,
' '11 B BJ' 0 DEF SERVICEws ] Mimes Betty and Ethel Mae As Clerk of said Court.By CERY.

\\1 Mrs.llartmann1 Durllng and Miss June Johnson, Be DiscussedAt Lucille C. Conner D. C.Fleming Olorla Jean Batiswell Plaintiff, vs.
.onow TNS STOHK have been recent Jones, Scott & Botts, Barnett Donald Wayne llauswell. Defendant.Case .
,,1 of Jacksonville, No. 5955.ORDER .
Bureau Meeting. National Bank Bids., Jackson.Ville TilE PICTURE rOt"DIDN'T
visitors here. Fla. OF PUBLICATIONAND
Atty. for Plf. 9-12 4t 10-3 NOTICE TO APPEAR TAKE TODA
:.t Wilson F. May who Is now em- The economic Importance of con STATE) OF FLORIDA to: Donald
CAN
t Dinners NEVER
Regular BE
Plate Lunches Wayne Bauewell, whose residence TAK
In the week-
ployed Deland spent trolling rats on the farm and the IN CIRCl'IT'OIlRT' BRADFORD la1 unknown
OrdersSandwiches end with his wife and family here. most successful methods of doingso COUNTY' FLORIDAI IN CHAN You are requIred to appear on TOMORROWNOW :
Short CERY. October 20, 1947, In the above named la
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Hall and the time to
will be discussed at the Brad- John H. Godfrey Plaintiff vs Court and wherein plaintiff -
cause
Wilma Ruth returned to Christine Bolen Godfrey Defen. and restorationof MO.VIES of those gKW1
'! Soft Drinks daughter, ford Farm Bureau meeting in the dant. Case No. 6935 seeks divorce
their home in Ocala Thursday of courthouse tonight (Friday) ORDER Op' PIIHI.T..ortn\l! maiden name. Bradford County Youngsters. You don't hate I
this' Order
atl ANT i oT cPTO APPEAR fuel Pr'.u-h': : publish buy expensive t\\
last week after several days' visit 8 o'clock. County Agent T. next weekly issues Canierai or
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Christine
h Witness my hand and. official Jectors to make movln' of ni
and friends.
with relatives
QUICK SERVICECLEAN McClane announces that an expert Bolen Godfrey whose residence ,
seal at Stsrke Florida this September -
and address Is Box 19(, own. We will rent
ATMOSPHERE I Mr. and Mrs. James Broomeand on rat control from the U. S. Hummervllle, South Carolina.: pith, 1847.OFFICIAL them to?
SEAL) A. J. Thomas, for a small
( > very fee
little son of Orlando have Departmemnt of Agriculture will You are required to appear on As Cleric of said Court. and \
October In the above named only Investment
10 1947 to
been visiting Mrs. Broome'a par. be present and a motion picture By Conner C.Rivers the tlliu.
Court and cause, wherein Plaintiff .CIdC'A D'G .n Cove Como In turthalInformation
M A&A LUNCHEONETTE j ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. John- entitled "Antu-Modern Pled PI.pel' seeks divorce Bradford County Telegraph Springs, Fla.' today for
.1 shall publish this Order In ... 9-19 4t 10-10
Plf.
for
NEXT DOOR TQ PARK THEATRE son. will be shown: next four weekly Issues. AU

Miss Edith Chason of Gainesville In the of Witness my hand and official Hollywood Carner
discussing
Bobby Odom Dub RhodenLET'S Importance seal at Starke, Florida, this September NOTICETO
was a guest Sunday of her the subject matter to be presented 6, 1947.OFFICIAL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
( SEA J. Thomas, Notice Is hereby given that I have and Gift Shop
at
Mrs. Hazel and tonight's the Lourt. I "
slater Perry meeting county .
As Clerk of said filed my Final 'Accounting; as Administrator -
brother Eugene Chason. agent issued the following state Py Lucille C. Conner D. C. for the Estate of Lydia Call St. at R. R. St;
ment T. Frank Landrum Stark, Fla., roller, deceased, and will on the
HAVE SOME FUN! Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Bedenbaughhave : Atty. for Plf. 9-12 4t 10.9IN 21st day of October, 1947 apply to

been recent visitors to Ft. "The time of year has arrived County Judge of Bradford County

Myers, where they visited Mr. when farmers are storing cropsto CIRCUIT covn-r. BRADFORDCOUNTY.
FLOKIUAI IV CHAN
1'' See The Fights Bedenbaugh's sister Mrs. Bessie feed poultry livestock and CFKV.T : .

Bryant. their families during the winter. J. Knppock':; le.Jr'ka 'I.Irt.: Defendant. vs.Mildred ; Let Us Install You A MODERN BATHROOM

w'' The golden grain-corn: wheat, I Case No. 6940.
- . ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
e e e barley etc. is literally grainy gold.
- U Boom Town NOTICE TO APPEAR Or Remodel and modernize Your Present/ One!
There is no record in our history STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mildred
Pine Level when cereals have demanded such Blomfleld Kappock, whose residenceand
address Is 117 VIcki Drive, ------------
I Every Friday Night, 8:30 P M. high prices as today. Long hoursof Whittler California .

I By Mrs. II. M. McRae hard work have Into You are required to appear on ONE TO THREE YEARSTO
'-r. e e gone pro- October 10, 194T, In the above named .
Operated on Donations 0 1 .. ducing them and Ve cannot now court amt cause wherein plaintiff I.

BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONJ. afford to waste them. Very few Telegraph snake divorce shall publish Bradford this County Order PAr.1. NODOWN '

ny'I E. Starling Sr. celebrated his farmers and poultrymen have ad- In[ next four weekly. Issues.Witness .
my hand and official seat
1; H 62nd birthday anniversary last i equate storage space to properly at Stnrke, Florida this September PAYMENT

1, TGa' I Sunday at his home. Those present protect their feeds Building materials 9, 1947.

a'' See Our Attractive Display Of I for this occasion were hla are expensive and difficultto (OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A. J. ThomasAs

J sons J. E. Jr. and R. F. Starlingand get. As a result rats move In By Lucille C. Conner btarke.D.; C.: CALL 144 OR SEE US AT 335 TEMPLE AVEXtEj
T. Frank Landrum, Fla.
and
to cut
down Income
Colorlul Simulated Foods their families, and Mrs. Viola proceed your Atty. for Plf. -11 4t 10-3
In Cheshire all of There Is Ideal harborage for
Starke Mr. and Shull ]
IN CIRCUIT & Heating
rats around most :country homes COURT. BRADFORDCOUNTY Plumbing
Mrs. Grady Nettles and childrenof FLORIDA IN CHAM.CKI1Y. .
rti The' New Crosley Shelvador Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Odel and with a plentiful food supplythe .
Williams,
Ray S.
Plaintiff
vs.
of rats is assured.
Green MIsses Edna and Hazel presence Frankle V. Williams Defendant. STARKE, FLA.

per Green all of Hellbronn, Harry Rats are smart-they have lived .ORDER 401" PUBLICATIONAND

OIWIS s+ C 9 Nettles and Robert Revia of Mac- with us for centuries-they know NOTICE TO APPEAR

clenny Mrs. our ways and shortcomings. They STATE) OF FLORIDA to- Frankle
Daisy Starling, Mr.
Lte ,
V. Williams whose residence Is:
.
and Mrs. Dave Gunter Mr. produce nothing but more rats 182S
and Went Walnut Street, Louisville -
1'' L :1 and Mrs. Russell Thomas of this except destruction disease and Kentucky.You .

17 .. community. A large table was set death. They destroy everything October are 13, required 1947, In to the appear above on R. B. Alvarez & Son !
/
( for the family and guests. Every necesary for human life. named plaintiff Court seeks and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein

body enjoyed the day and left "The very fact that we have County Telegraph shall publish this

wishing Mr. Starling many more tolerated them for, so long is our Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness .
hand and
my official
1ka happy birthdays. greatest weakness. Many of us seal at arrT.Florlea., this September Transfer & Co.
have tried Ineffectually to get 10. Storage
OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Myrick rid of them. We must recognize:: As Clerk of said Court.
wero visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clyde them for what they are-Public Hy Lucille C. Conner D. C.
Zach H. Douglas, aalnesvllle. Fla Phone 9105&SIPragft
Johnson in Gainesville
Saturdayand Enemy Number 1. We must work Ally for Plf. 9-12 4t 10-3 Bloving aDd

were very much surprised and cooperatively to get rid of them.

pleased to find Miss Barbara Phil Cats will not solve the problem. IJT CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORDCOUNTY. We' Operate Local and Long Dig
: FLOHIUAI IN CHAN
lips at home again after spendingfour They do get rid of some of them ('ER Y. tance In The State of
months at Hope Haven Hospital and scatter most of the othersto Albert A. Nolan Plaintiff vs. Mary Anywhere
Lou Nolan, Defendant.. Case No. Florida.
In Jacksonville. Mlas
Phillips
your neighbors who may be B9S8.

I was stricken with polio last less wary. Moving;, them from one ANn ORDER NOTICE 01" PUBLICATION TO APPEAR Also Hauling Anywhere In Starke City Limits
: May. She Is a niece of Mrs. John- place to another has little pur- STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mary

: little daughter, Charlene are visson. pose, but a well-organized, con- Lou Nolan whose residence is:
Society Hill South Carolina.-
certed effort by everyone who baa You are required to appear on

: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor and a rat problem will save expensive October 13. 1947. In the above nam-
a ed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
Itlng Mr. Taylor's parents, "Mr. poultry feed to produce more eggs seeks divorce. Bradford: County

i} : and Mra. S. B. Taylor, at Adel and broilers; more corn to fatten Telegraph shall publish this Order
\ In next four weekly Issues.
: Georgia. hogs and livestock; more commercial Witness my hand and official

I Miss Lois Osteen of Lake Butler products to feed human be seal at 9 Stark.., Florida this September -
a 1947.OFFICIAL
t : was a dinner guest of Mice ings. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas

Gwendolyn McRae Sunday.Mr. With cooler weather approachIng A. Clerk of said Court.
Py Lucille C. Conner D. C.
and Mrs Hershell Connorsof rats will move In on us to destroy S S. Harrison Law Exchange Ble!"., l -t

Jacksonville were dinner guests our poultry feed hog feed, Jacksonville Atty. for Pit. Fla. 9-U 4t 10It .

(.. of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and etc., and they will contaminate
.
r
-
Mrs. II. M. McRae last Sunday. 10 times more. Did you know CIRCUIT: COI-RT BRADFORD y ctr
4 I COUNTY FLORIDA IN: (THAN.CKRY. ..
: that they consume their own "
.
weight In food every three or four IN RR: PETITION OF PARNTCLL 'dtr

State Farm days Do you know they carry WIFE TYSON FOR AND THE RKNNA ENTRY TYSON.OF HIS AN ,M w

disease germs to your poultry and ORDER OP. ADOPTION AND TO f t your fineclothes
CHANGE:: THE NAME) OF DORIS
By Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld livestock and the dreaded typhus ELLEN FI.EMINO. A MINOR. ...
: fever to human beings Do you Case No. 4044

'II ,, .. know that whenever you see one ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR ( .

Mrs. Carlyle Ritch and son, there la usually a dozen or more STATE OF FLORIDA to: Leo t alMay. .UII
{ Fleming, whose address la S14 Here you are
Jimmy of Gainesville spent the you do not see? Brambleton Avenue. Norfolk Virginia "

; '. ...............re past weekend with Mr t and Mra. "We Americans are an energeticand : to get expert -rkaalni918E
.. You r.qulr.d to
are appear on
: H. M. Richards. productive people, but we are M" J

auto WAY *o* UIAUI The beautiful Cro. Mr. and Mrs J. A. Bouvier were also a wasteful people. We com- gad pressing

Icy ShelvaJor saves you time every time you visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil plain about high food costs and Protect Your UpholsteryWith that help to protect 1it d

open the door speeds up meal preparation McRae and family in McIntosh then waste from 5 to 20 percentby Good Durable .cloth"I

by placing everything at your fingertip. Sunday and Monday. tolerating rats Cooperative preserve .the

This exclusive T-Sgt. and Mrs. J. R. Jones and SEAT COVERS ofF*
Rt advantage isI i proud!
( you're so
daughters left Thursday for Pine-
backed up by all the advancements Relief At Last
t hurst N. C. short c riJbl I it
in modern home ref rigcra following a cleaning that grte
visit here with Mrs. Jones' TAILORED TO
I parents
A J.\ tion. Stop in tomorrow lot Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier. J FIT YOUR down to the lu! t flU'
complete demonstration. '
Mr. and MI'.. ForYourCough t }
B. W. Glass re Ii' a -'l'IIItalt'
1 1IJ INDIVIDUALAUTOMOBILE } ,
1 turned Wednesday from Plant City leave your

lJELECTRIC where they 'visited relatives for CreomuWon' relieves promptly Because ; 1 with. us coda,..
SERVICE & SUPPLYDEALERS several days. It toes right to the seat of the

IJ Edgar: Tyson of Jacksonville trouble totphfegm to help loosen, and aid and nature expel In Colors To Suit

IN NORGE. CROSLEY spent Sunday with his parents raw tender, in Your Taste PHONE 135
MAYTAG. AND
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Tyson. flamed bronchial mucous mem ROUT. 3U
'I UNIVERSAL APPLIANCES- WIRING AND MOTOR branes.Tell your druggist to sell :you
Mr. and Mra. J. IL Pitch ofKingaley S bottM of CraomuMea 5th
OM tw
REPAIRS: lake. rra" 4mn_ gush .7OQ", "_1Ia7. STARKESEAT GREEN, .1//niN Tefapu

of Mr. sad Mr. >CMVlUehrSunday. - Phone W Starke Fla. to nave your money. back. Owner r
,
Mlsa Ruth Edwards: of Stark! GREOMULSION: r Court &: Madlaon Sta. pre

was the supper guest of Mr. and fel c.a..tCcWs.QJtk. ,



8, 1947
? BRADFORD COUNTY TELJ ORAP11. STAR E. :FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN!
Y--- n__ __-_

At The Tabernacle I World S e e e e e e e e
CommunionTo Bridge I11, T.OFFICIAL. $temher IS. IMT.
I ( s '!.At.l A'I Thmm".. tUFFICtAL I4I'1AL1.A.. J. Thomas,
News The Tabernacle group Is look. Be ObservedBy New RiverAND i Delbert. Carolyn and Jo Crews Aa Clerk or SHU Curt! A. Dork at said curt.
rch and Virginia and Sonny Ingramof My Lucille C I'onnnr. r> C IIY I.uclllR C. Connor, D. C.
Ing forward to the coming of Dr. Methodists J. 8. HarrlKun, I.nw Ids |I..MK<. r'Ulir' LONG: BRIDGE the State Form were the church JArk.'>ltYllh' .Fla. \ for Pit 0.26 4t 10-17
John McNelll of Washington D. vlsltots Sunday. Atty. for Pit. a-II'| 41 10-10 I __

er Baptista C., who Is expected to arrive Sat Sunday Oct. 5, is World Wide By Jenafcn. Lot Lazrnby Sunday. afternoon Mr. and Mrs ('\I.'. roil nut. .

I' Communion Sunday and IN rmorir t'ol'R'r, nn 'trtnt U sealed bide for 4 Inch concrete ..Id.wulk .-
Guest Pastor urday for a week's services. Ha Christendom throughout e e e e e e e S G. E. Clews Drlbert Crews and Cohr7' 'T. r1.OlilI Ir 1'HAs." on fall Ktrvvt between Wal. J
Is always welcomed the Holy Com- .\, APOLOGY Virginia Ingram, all of the State C'FR Y.Jo..ph nut and hay' Streets too llnonl feet
by those who munion will be observed M. Teinea, rlaunrr I va. 0..,.. R feel wide, 4H lineal fort T feet 1<>
L morning In the Brooker have heard his unique starting Please excuse us for not "coming Farm, enjoyed a fish supper at the ("" K. T"im>a, l>.(vmlmu. Case .titfne wide' will ... received by the)
'J promotion presentation early Saturday night and continuing out" last house trailer of the A P. Monrea. No. nil nit. t'Ity Council,I at tha office In I
was week but 'ill
Church of the Gospel and his musicon throughout the Christians folks, we UNDER' OF riTni.ic'ATiov Hlnrke, Florida I 00, ',
;the, Sunday School deAn the piano and day. were all simply water-sogged and' The Lazvnbys Mrs Rhoda Dow- AND NOTK-FJ] '1'1"1 Al'I'KAll KHT, on 9?e IIIy.\I: Hat V'yn; ofIVtntier '
interesting: pro- concertina. will be kneeling at toe altar mildewed so we couldn't I ling and Mrs. Mary Cason were 8TATH Or" KI.OHIUA to Clortrildo, 147 at which tlnta. anilplace
Other Bible teachers go "no K. Terns ... all bide receive will lia -
and speakers praying for one another and mak- whom re lilt>nre and puollrly
..presented by the grad- are scheduled for where nor da nothln' also present. niMreea !I..: % Mrs. Kurt Maser, iiiicnod and read aloud.
of Starke the winter ing this a living memorial to our I Tullnmn New York. The said city ronervea the right towatvo t
3 >E. Sparks months. Lord and Saviour. BA1IAI PASTURESMa.iton Ton are required to appear on any Informalltlea In or turejevt
's. EE. Sparks of Starke Game Regulations October S4 1947. In In. .ab..v. num.oil any or all hi.In.
slble. Rev. W. J. Churchwell. pastor Hayes of Gainesville is I Court 'ami case, wti.reln plain City of Stark! Florida: I
| Inspiring message. tiff: leeks : : hy Carl Johns, City Clerk.
,n divorce Bradford County
of the First Methodist Church, announces planting about 40 acres of Fonsa- Undergo Change P.II It 101DON'T
iv night Brother Sparks'was Don't forget Sunday School Telegraph hall i>ul>llnh thin Order i
that the subject of the cola Banal grass across the River In neat four weekly lamia
from theAter next at 10
delivered Sunday
a. m., and services Witness hand ,
mY sad official
seal
In Union He another Recently the State Game AFresh -
morning sermon will be County has
"The
of Matthew and cen- at 11 a. m. conducted by the at ?iIk.' MorW this September
Captain of Our Salvation". The patch from which he harvested Water Fish Commission 2J. 1947.tOPKIOIAT.
of the Five Rev. C. A. 1 BLOW TOP/
Feast Cronby.
und the pastor. The PKAt.' ) A. J. Thomaa YOUR
about 500 adopted a statewide Nov. 20 to
his : BTU evening service will be a cOntinuation pounds of seed this sum Aa C'1"'k, of enld tnurt
meets at 7:30
enjoyed
: and the
,?. Everyone I p. m. of the sacraments at 7:30: mer. This patch U now ready to Jan. 5 deer season for HV T-urllle f. dinner, h. C see IF YOU'Rf LATE I\
an invitation to evening service Is at 8:09: ( m. T. Frank
extend p. I-nmlruin. Stark. FU.
d I be cut for It However hunting days 1941-48'1
back whenever poa- Everyone welcome. o'clock and J. Fred Guy will have hay. win cut two or Ally fur rif it-IB It 10-11
collie charge of the devotional and three times last year. W. II. Hayesof season vary In the (' p ,r At,j7 !<-

singing. Brnoker la tractorlng the land servation district In tho Third iv' rinnir rot NT. miIIKOIII>

[Something Different For The Kiddies Young now for the planting. district, shooting wll be allowed: c.01 MTV. KlOHIIttl I.> IIi411- J.e
people meet at 6:30: p. m. t hit WOIII.M
every day In the week; In the Sec noahnrd. Plaintiff .. Nanny
for a snack lunch and an Inter- Floyd Wiggins has Bahal seed v
ond and Fifth Districts, Mondays Ann Uoahard Defendant ('.., No.
esting program has been arranged. enough to plant a big patch but DVf S.
Merry-Go-Round Cake Election of officers will be held he Is undecided as to when he'llplant Wednesdays. and Fridays" will bp ORDER OF rrnwrvTioN I
closed while in the First and AND NOTICE TO APFKAK
at this time. He said It might be in the 8TATW' OF KIOIU1 to: Nancy CALL S
spring. Fourth Districts hunting will be Ann Itnanard who., residence and
Prayer meeting each Wednesday prohibited on Mondays Tuesdays adilreaa la: B60 (larsnella Drive,
Colorfully Decorated With Peppermint evening at 7:30: o'clock. AndrewS Lakewood l. Now Jemey.You .
G. W. attended the and Wednesdays. In the Fifth are appear on
Sticks and Plastic Animals Bible Story Hour Tuesday afternoon Primitive Baptist Association in six consecutive days of hunting Ontnlier m\lrdth: above named PHONE 150 I

at 3:30: o'clock. The life Levy County Saturday. will be allowed at the start of Court seeks anil dlvorro.oauao.Pradford wherein County plaintiff : -

PHONE of Moses Is being Illustrated with the season. Telegraph shall publish this Order
Miss Ida Merritt had a letter In nest four weekly leaueaWltneaa STARKE TAXI SERVICE
the
LAPPE BAKERY flannelgraph and story pictures from her sister Mrs. Llnnle Drake Turkey season will bo the same! mY hand and ofriol.il. seal. d
19 at Htarka, Florida thin.
of Lakeland, stating that her son as the deer season In the First U.t41 September
'
Boxes For Europe Louis Drake who Is in the Orlando -I Second and Fourth Districts, but (Official Real A. J. Thomas
Since Sunday. Oct. 5, Is World A. Clerk of said Court
Sanltorlum, Is gradually I will run from' Nov. 20 to Feb. 1 In ny Lucille C. Connor in. P.T. .
Wide Communion Sunday, the ; herk.. .. rtCTE ARE: MAN/ POlPJt! :
"losing ground". He has grown the Third and Fifth Districts. Frank t.andrum, FI.
COURTESYin Methodist Church Is offering Its Atty. for Tit. |v.ad 41 1017nnr ON X3UriCAM. NEED
weaker ever since he entered in Quail and squirrel may be .shot

all the thoughtful relations of Service facilities In preparing boxes of July. from Nov. 20 to Feb. 1 In all districts 11'1 n IT rounr.Cnl'NTV. / eRA1)VO11D REGULAfl 5E VICe.ee..
heavy material and woolen. PLONIOAl IN CHAD.CenHT. .I
with convenience and completeness garments Mrs. Frank Merritt and Mrs. except the Third where the t
fateful t to answer the call for help Harold Shiver .hopped In Jack- closing date Is set for Feb 13. M W. ...rrln... Plaintiff va. Mary
well in the
as as economy from needy families in Europe. Ida llarrln. Xinfenditnt. C, ee Nu.
sonville Saturday. Dove sr-asnn. Dec. 3 to Jan. 31,
that it is needed.
measure The pastor announces that the Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Rouse and will be the same in all districts 5971.ORDER or PUBLICATION I
church will AND NOTICW!! TO APPEAR v
pack the clothing on M1
children, Jackie and Conway except In Dade, Broward and Monroe STATE. OP FLORIDA to, Mary I
'*' Monday and anyone wishing to moved to Tampa Saturday. We'll counties where It U set from I<1.. llxrrlnc. whoa realitenee la: I .
1411 Avenue, WayuruaH.Ueorgla a
Albany
send Individual to
packages pastors r
all be missing them. Oct. 1 to Oct. 31. '

DEWITT C. JONES or churches may do so. A Frank Merritt has his house up Marsh hen season Is the same You JJf* I'otiulraA\ In Appear on i Cr': UTIQJIC \.
list of articles and valuations, Ootohe 17. 1>47, In the almve nlln..1
to about the windows now. Ha li In all districts, Sept. 15 to Nov. loiirl an'I' cause, wherein plnlnllff < /AUTOMODll6HANDS
AMBULANCE SERVICE] Is
properly wrapped required not including chimney for he 20. Telegraph i o +'e. nradford County IN ouru
Eleven pounds to 44 poundsto shall pnblinh, ) this, Order
Funeral Director up Intends to use gas for heating this Puck, goose and coot season will In ni'Tt' four wenklv lest..*. I
certain countries costs 14 cents
Witness my hand and offlnlal
winter. be the same In all districts Dec.
STARKE: PHONE TOur pound for mailing seal at Htnrke, Plurldii. tale Bitplember -
per expenses. Albert Moody( has finished set 8 to Jan. 6, with hunting permitted 2.1. 1147.IUFFII'IAL .

local funeral home enables us to ting out an acre of strawberries every day. A. Clerk. of BIBAt.an III. Court A. J. Thomas WE'LL IOOK. OUT fOK

offer conveniences and services not Baptist Church He's been working and worrying Deer hunting la prohibited this liy '...rtll.. C. {Conner !>. C. TENDER. PLACES.... ,

otherwise available. along with them for a long time year In Clay and Qtlchrlst counties Jaokaonvllln It. fl. Lanolin, > tdl.'n.h llullitln,

Southern Baptists will launcha and It's been too dry. Now he and turkey hunting Is barredIn Ally for I'lf_9-1H 4t 1017rmri'iT : J
The Auto Fountain
"prove me" campaign this com has what he needs-plenty of Water Clay county. Gobblers only
[furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices ar| IN: f-ornr. niitnronticni'
ing Sunday for one million tith- cool weather and be hunted In the Second District. J
,
It ANY life insurance policy In force Issued by ANT com good plants. may crr. ri.itHiiiti iv: 1I4N. Madison & Walnut St.
to be enlisted for a three- CKIIV.
ers
Merritt has about .
Ira com-
|r, payment in part or in full on a funeral Consultation month In cooperation with just Jamea IQ. Sane. Plaintiff ".. Kvolynllnno Starke .:. Flo.
period.
pleted a building which joins his l>i>f ndant. t'nue No. ItDHI.OHnKH ,
a i no obligation. the Convention' the First Baptist filling atatlon and grocery store. For stamp pads, stamp pad AND NOTir-H OF. PIIHMCATMIN TO API'MAR'

Church of Starke has designated He plans to live in It this winter.It Ink. rubber! stamps, diner, numborer HTATM OF FLORIDA to: Kvelvnllano
Sunday. Oct. 5, as Tithers' Enlist- surely will be nice for them *. .** The TELEGRAPH.I whniia residence and addreaala - -.. :
'UnknownYou - -
ment Day. Rev. John Pearce not to have to go back and forth ara required 1 to appear oa Oc. t.
llI" rilin IT of the State : fobs /7, 1947. In the above named
Regional Missionary from their house which la about rot'NTV FLtIl1DA1 iv < ii AM* Court and cause, wherein plaintiff STRONG COMICS \.
Mission Board will bring the mes- 150 yards from the store. 4.KHV.Jamea Plaintiff I seeks. divorce Ilradford Cn..nlYr..I '
at the morning service. f. CrutrhfleM. Uefendant.va.Jaaala I ahall publish this Order Different Each Week f
sage Mr. and Mrs. Beland Johns of Dale Crutohfleld, nest four weekly: laniiea.Wltnaaa .
Sunday evening the Pastor will Case No. 58 1ORDER official
their hand and
Jacksonville were visiting OIT PUBLICATION my, this WATCH The Happenings h hne ,:
OUR bring an evangelistic message dur- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR I aaal at Htarka' Florida Sep.OuJr :
ing the Happy Hour of chorus and STATE OF FLORIDA Jtmiila I
Johns and Mrs. Ethel Johnson Dale Crutchfleld, whoaa residenceand .
hymn singing.Evening last weekend. Mrs. Johns Is address la: Unknown. t
Cold & Plant services will be held at Johnson. You are required to appear on
Storage Curing the former MlJIlf,Mary October 10, 1047. In the above named '
-7:30 o'clock as all evening hour Mrs. Qua Thomas and daughter Court' and cause wherein plaintiff \
services are one-half hour earlier. aeeka divorce Rradford CountjrTelacraph
who recently visited her moth- shall publlah this OrderIn t:
Will/ Be Open October ]15 Training Unions meet at 6:15: with er-in-law. Mrs. Della Thomas has next four weekly leaueaWltnaaa I ..l,, '
W. E. Lawson as director. Sun my haml and offlnlal' seal ,
to Fort
returned Myers. at Btarke, Vlorlda.. this September
day School meets at 9:45: with the Cheater and Edwina Moody left I nee
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new superintendent, E. C. Mann, Wednesday for Anniston, Ala. He I'I

We Will Offer You The Jr.The says they are going to live on the
lesson studies for the new base there as he works with the I

Same Reliable Service quarter are the letters of early fire department and figures he Is

This Season As We Have Church leaders: General Epistles quite lucky to get lodging.

Hebrews Revelation. A cordial Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moreland and

In The Paste Invitation is extended to air to daughter Joan of Jacksonville I''

worship at all services with the recently visited the former's parents DRY

Pastor and members of the and Mrs. O. W. An-
Mr. Fido/1 I If
f e Will Have Two Cures For Your Meat Church. drews. C LI AM II 0 'Move over,

Mrs. Carl Thomas and children f forgot to buy her a t
AT ITS BESTThe BurglaryPolicy
PLAIN SALT CURE St. Mark's Episcopal spent Sundey with her aunt, Mr..

Nellie Griff, who has been 111 .O Your
AND SUGAR CURE Services at St Mark's Episco- for some time. 'LIfe Clothes for CirthdAydlFTfromt

pal Church as announced by the The Dick Carrolls were recent Depend! On The CARE pays t

YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED pastor Rev. S. W. Creasey: guests of Mrs. Carroll's parents, They Receive. AU Garments wLai is stolen Harley F. Strong '

Sunday: Church School 10 a.m.; Mr. and Mrs. Ira Merritt. Carefully HAND or

Holy Communion 11 a. m. Bishop The; Rev. end Mrs. Fred Dodd Finished Gift Headquarter

Juhan will preach and confirm at and children were dinner guestsof destroyed.
In
Jewelry
STARKE ICE COMPANYPhone the 11 o'clock service. Mrs. T. H. Sheppard and Mr., PHONE"!09CtEANER

Friday: Service and Bible Class and Mrs. E. C. Priest Sunday. Charley; E. John Large Selection of j

Fla. at 7:30: p. m.Presbyterian. Mrs. Stafford Crews and son,, --
12 Starke with Agency Diamonds and Moantln.fi
Bobby were 111 last week

ChurchJohn severe colds.Dempaey Phone IS BTARKB. FLAHepraaantlne Finest Selection of WatcfaM

and Marjorie Sapp of ..
And Jewelry Gifts In
Warren' Kaufman Factor Gainesville were guests. of Mr. 114 o- Btarke

We join the other Churches of and Mrs. E. A. Sapp Sunday.____ 137 W. Call I'hone 153

Christendom in the Celebration of Mrs W B. Holllngsworth and 110 Washington St.. Starke TH.TRAVMLCMt. H.rtt..1

the Holy Communion at 11 o'clock daughters-in-law. Mrs. Dennis V
EVERY USE --
HOT
Morrietolltngsworth
WATER FOR Sunday morning. This world-wide Holllngsworth and Mrs. -
of Fort White,
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celebration of the Lord's Supper
were recent guests of Mrs. E. C.
to
links us In common fellowship
Priest and Mrs T. H. Sheppard.Mrs. .
whole world of believers In the OJ
O a Seeber Moody and Mrs _.etp1N
Lord Jesus Christ. All our mem-
Carl Thomas spent Tuesday afternoon -
bers and others who have no
In Lake Butler with Mrs.
church home In Starke are Invited
and urged to join us at "the tableCIUILCTS Chester Moody and family; sorts 1
bidding them farewellThe
l c Laienbys and Mrs. Rhoda
pHotwaterandplenty SD-IN
fowling spent the weekend In and

I attiund Waycross.; Oa., 'vlMtlngrelatives.

c 'V Jmaiul N. Smith' They went by Live Oak ,
1.
and Joe Dowling went with them. tr'

to see an ,

aunt They who went has especially been III for several! Our Managers Picked The Bar

e .I weeks. While there they attendeda


of it the whiter the wash.ieadalycoovenknceyou Ing Primitive In Shllo.Mr Baptist. annual meet- t gains They Knew You'd Like ,

Dependable economical y *. Reddish Andrews was 111

needn't do without. With a "Pyrofax": ....operat... dbJ'tt..a I this week and missed several days Throughout the year they note the Items you buy-the values you I

I "Pyrofax": gas-operated water heaters are made in teaching school. It's A SureFire 'prefer-the bargain you look for. And now In appreciation of your 4Nit

water heater, you are as- size suitable for every t Mr. Roan Turner Is Improving Smash patronage, they present the money-saving values they know you want

lured of a constant supply family large or .mall. this week.. She has been confined ] so you can stock your pantry to over-loading. '

of hot water for baths, Come In, phone, or write t to her bed for several days. ... Don' .

dishes and laundry. Automatic for fuH cetaWt-DO obligation : Aunt Bell Johns- It not able to

washing machines.Particularly of course. be James up this Lavendar week. l.tt this week You Miss It! Scores of Deep Cut Prices!

,require for Miami where. he will work
a .
Plentiful I
supplyof for a whUe. I .....L.e.Ie... r_ n.,
really hot water Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward attended
to 01
do a sparkling IQNFS church Sunday at Long

Clean wash -for ** ay 3 Big Ask At

Uta fatter" the water 50PE 1O. iOTUIO GAS K VICI! "SYZ2 Quees 1w J>Yi" J i of the Lord"I Sale Days. Store For 4- t
I Sunday School at 9:43: under the et Color
Oct. 2nd.. Page

Central Florida Gas & Appliance Co. STUn DRY CLEANERS i I I'direction Superintendent.of Miss Parents Evelyn Stump should, 3rd. & 4th. Price List!

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AND! LAUNDRY not neglect the religious trainingof ;j j 1 / *
Trenton Fla. children. Instead of *
their justending
Phone 3391 CMW lUttDIW
rlONX M +I I
AGENT 11 them to Sunday School,

T. SULL PLUMBING CO., LOCAL j,i come with them. H ,- .... -
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EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH BTARKE, FLORIDA FUID.\V, ocy

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r I ,," r II 1 At Fort JacksonTwo I City.Council Sealed bid CAL for 4 FOil Inch nip concrete. ..,M... place October all, ':lIf r; soave ,
walk on Call Fltr... between Walnut llcly. i
oiimThe n ti Y :
I The A.B.C. OF Florida's New Law '9 1 Will ReorganizeNext 6 rest and. wlilv Hay, 48'Streets'lineal lino fret lineal 7 feet feet 10 waive aM an City, slo li"
f flIy Tuesday NightThe Inches wide will be received: by theCltv reject any) r, "t0'1 i '''lit
Council at the City Office In f" "
On Driver
Financial Responsibility The Auto
Placing Htarke, Florida' until 4:OO p. no.E.H.T. ,
u City Council will hold Its .. on Tuesday, the 21.t day of 9-20 21 l"' ;,
annual reorganization meeting
U..nIorrlll: out prejudice and shall be for the suspended driver may continue to next Tuesday night at 8 o'clock.:
confidential use of state officials," operate the machine. Bonaflde Sri .'1 s v Only new face on the Council as
Here's the ABC of Florida'snew continues the law. "No such report sale of the machine will clear Its it reorganizes will be that of C. EARN While' You LEARN
motorist financial( responsibility hall be used as evidence in any registration. Action will be taken A Knight, who was elected last to F
law which went Into effect trial arising out of an accident against the vehicle, even if not month to fill the unexpired term -
October 1: I owner-driven at the time of the of D. A. Montelth.
A-Tills law doe n't affect you The commissioner singles out accident ao long as the car or H. C. Wall will be worn In as On The G. I. BILL of RIGWe
until you have had (after Octo- :the negligent driver-or drivers- truck was being used with hit Hampton youths, Pvt. Mayor, succeeding Charles A. Darby -
ber 1) an accident causing prop- from these reports and notifies permission. Richard E. May (above left), son and W. E. Thornton will take
erty damage of 150 or more or tho state's public safety and If any one of the five "outs" of Mr. and Mrs C. L. May and I I I over the duties of Chief of Police
Injury or death to a person. Past motor vehicle departments. (A have been taken, the suspension succeeding A. L. Alvarez, retired.
Pvt. Bruce S. Maxwell son of are now Approved for the following
accidents don't count against you. accident missioner's to Mr. and Mr.,WH. Maxwell have to the reorganization. courses:
B-After this first has finding may go any ed conditionally. briefly prior
occurred because of your carolesiinose circuit judge for a review.) That condition is the continuance just completed basic training at I Basic Ground Primary and Advanced f
i'
you must show your The public safety department i of the financial responsibility, the Replacement Training Center, REAL ESTATE Flying Also Private, Commercial ............,'I.
ability to pay the damages should lunpends the driving license of the proof of which must be presentedwhen I Fort Jackson S. C. and Flight Instructor .. ,
you cause a second accident. motorist, and the motor vehicle the driving license or vehicle Lint your property for sale Courses. Approval No. 5650. .r ,
c-That ability to pay may be department will not renew the registration are renewed an DrownedLocal with me. I have sold many .
demonstrated either by possessing license of the vehicle itself at the nually. The legend"restricted"will Baby Quail pieces of property and have Class Room Instruction
a casualty Insurance policy or In end of the license year. be stamped on both to assure sportsmen express fear many prospective buyers. A Tues. & Thur
a number of leu common ways: Both of these actions may be this. square deal la guaranteed. A Nights 7:30 P. M.
It's not a compulsory insurancelaw. staved off however by doing any Persona from most of the 40' that last week's" flood water may fair commission Is all that I require.
If you don't have insurance one of five things: other states requiring motorist have drowned a large number of Aa a member of the I
now. YOU need not buy a policyor Obtaining a liability policy responsibility will be affected baby quail In Bradford County. Realty Board you may be I CONWAY-LIBBY U-FLY-IT SERVI
dO. anything eUw- .until you covering damages of $:JOOO for through reciprocity agreements in This popular game bird has been assured that I will represent PHONE 147 OR 32 >
cause a collision. bodily Injury or death of one person the same manner as Floridians for "scarce" for the past several you to the best of my .ability.
That accident will bring you for ; $10,000 for injury or deathof accidents In this state and Floridians -' years anyhow ,and hunters are N. D. WAINWIUG1IT.; Mt. I CONWAY AIRPARKYOU
the first time to the attention of two or more persons, and IV will be bound too for mishaps -| expecting even slimmer bags this Realtors- Phone,154
the authorities concerned with ad- 000 for property loss. elsewhere year.
ministering this law. Displaying a surety bond Drivers who have a record of
Every accident must be reported written by a company authorizedto being poor insurance risks will not
by official Investigators-highway ( do business in Florida and for be deprived of protection because
patrolmen deputy sheriffs,' the: same amounts as the liability of this, although they may be required -
policemen and others-to the policy. to pay more for coverage. GET THE BEST

. state insurance commissioner at' Depositing with the state The law compels Insurance com
, Tallahassee. (That's another title treasurer $10,000 in cash or panics on a rotation basis, to
for State: Treasurer J. Edwin Lar- ketable securities. mar.j write these policies.
1 aon.) e State Treasurer Larson emphasizing .
Possessing at least $
r Those reports will contain the the point that driver
of "unencumbered net worth.
following Information: date and bring themselves under the law DEAL
: place of the accident owners or Presenting a policy volun- I by highway negligence, says investigation TRADE-IN
operators Involved, extent of dam tarily acquired prior to the accident has shown "a small

I age, and-this la the law's language and affording protection I minority of dangerous, irresponsible .
, 1 _"If determinable, the In- equal to the law's requirements drivers Is causing most of
dividual at fault, for a policy subsequently obtained. our accidents." / ATSAV

If desirable, the commissionermay "Those who endanger the per
call for additional reports Until the time comes for renewal sons and property of others here
from the drivers. of the tag of the "suspended"vehicle after must be able to pay for their .
"All reports shall be made with- persona other than the recklessness," he asserted


Death Takes Aunt Ida Hagan, community.Aunt Ida. lived alone with her %

two pet dogs and her chickens,
; Beloved Resident Of Theressa
but she was never lonely, for she
enjoyed the visits of her countless
Miss Ida J. Hagen, colorful 72family of 10 children. The only \ J
r friends, and could always find ? '
f J year-old native of Bradford County surviving member of the family some useful activity to occupy SAVl! SAW
now Is Miss Ilagen's sister, Mrs
died at her home near Theresna II her time as long as she was able. % '
J. E. Owsley of Perrine, Fla '
Wednesday morning I Oct. 1, In addition to-her, sister she Is
ofter being In falling health for One of the community's favorite"characters" survived by ten nelces and three
several Aunt Ida was a familiar I nephews. .
years. -* "+**** ..wa w
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Born June 13, R-' -;., figure In Starke and used Funeral services were held

I 1875, she was the p V:r ':. t to enjoy her regular Saturday Thursday afternoon at :3 o'clockIn } i JFormorly. 99.95
a daughter of, the J I;' 'vlslta with her friends up and the Thereasa Christian Church SiS ffl'wSjPBlHB SfcBi* *l*
late Jesse and Tlrttten* .., AI
j down Call Street. She served on
.1..1.t
1 of which she vJL I
Jane Swindell 'the was a member. The
t County Democratic Executive tiei
Hagen who moved Comrulttee for more than 10 years Rev. Fred Dodd was ,officiating FAIRFIELD A;
to this county and was an ardent volunteer minister; and Interment was In PHONORADIO
from North Cor- rz. worker for the Red Cross. During Hope Cemetery'' under the direction 89.9.r"
olina and settled the annual fund drive campaigns, of DeWJtt C. Jones. /
what is ,known Aunt Ida would work the Theresa Pall bearers were N. D. Wain- fes* s tee 1..1\AII_':.* T
"the old blue-' sa section walking from place toplace wright, Jr., Charley E. Johns. A. S On Tee r Old tot }y
beery farm",now and accepting all contributions J. Thomas W. W. Packham, Smart design, rich walnutjlnl81a"lllaotiful '
a part of the John n. Denmark large or small with a Walter Slbley and C. A. Knight.W.C.T.V. ,,- ity.: Seven tubes tone inoladlnjrec dual
property. It wa ;;Jler. that "Aunt beaming smile. She was also the r tiler. N
Ida", as aha)\;was affectionately Telegraph's correspondent for m
known -was.bom-nrone of a large many years from the Theressa -! :

New low Price!
Flu Er FACT IS BYGENERAL ELECTRIC Was
Tho time will come when --- 59.95
driving after drinking will be Pay As Low VAGABONDPORTABLE
placerIn the same categorywith As 2.50 A Week
S-fi COLOR DETECTIVE carrying concealed weapons ,.+. "

WORKS FORFARMER and other misdemeanors, Vi..tton ]; .
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about w hick there li absolutely, r 139 5.. ,

no qiif-Htloit mind. In the public or official SYMPHONY loss liberal Affowanc Uie liberal Allowance
On Your'OM Set
'In*ELKKS INSURANCE CONSOLE On Your Old Set It's tops in portables. Operates

r COMPANY In "FLORIDA \ Vnniual richness of design finest In console parfonnA on regular house current or '
GOO NEWS". '. ancel! Ten tubes including rectifier, powerful speaker batteries. k n.l.r
V v automatic volume control. Low As 2.25 A Week Not-Includd
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Small In sl=.
f'o, Those Who Want the Finest Alf' In Performance) Saandi At flood Ai It lab

= The Incomparable

I FM-AM GEORGIAN iW


PHONORADIO 279.50 #


I lees liberal Allowance NEWSCASTER REPORTER 29.95
9 THE RECORDING SPEC7KOPHOTOMETSR HOWDY FOLKS Oie Year OM Sat 28.95 Allo.."
liberal.
lets
One
of the finest
sets money
WAS DEVELOPED BY GENERAL ELECTRIC TO Sign at a muddy cronn roadscorners r buy: I Ten tubes including rectifier.: can I... Liberal Allow*_ On T..r OH Set
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t- 0 Year { rtlfler.
OM ft including
"Choose rut tntes
your carefully blC-rolume twelve-Inch speaker TIT
HELP PEOPLE WITH COLOR 8 **
MATCI4 NGI : you'll be In It for the Pay As lew A* 4.2S A Weak tubes Including rectifier. Powerful p.
PROBLEMS. IT HAS BEEN USED TO next 20 mile?I tow A* US A Wook l.w'Ae 1.M A W.* 1

ANALyzE COLORS OF DUCK SKIN FOR ArFOCJl..TRYMAN OBBBie B. ,

ti; WHO WANTED TO BREED DUCKS carrying Foreman only How one come sack you're AU luxury Performance ...11I..... ,_ Tlie Olenmount

WITH THE COLOR THAT SOLD BEST the other ass carylng two. Th. Beautiful (
ytlr Worker Gee whim boas; I oGcf'df RHAPSODYPHONORADIO '
guess the other guys are too a
lazy to make two trips like 1 'II

: STRAWBERRIES' FOR: do. C 15450
11
f = IS
CHRISTMAS \\'irat (1(1UD7ol' bridge does Ue/Llb.r.1
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L; THE, SUMMER HARVEST IS your wife play ,1 Oa Your Old Set BATTERY 3995
lr Judtfna from the coat I Tine quality, #: HEADLINEIII 29.95 RADIO
& 1 I KEPT FRESH THE YEAR s wotkmaiuhlp and _
think It must be toll bridge. appearance.Pull-oat aatomatla. I.M Hires UM liberal *".''
All
i BOUND IN A G-G HOME w.wa .. Olel
record player six tabes inctad> Ow Y..r OM Sot 0. T. tmsses!
FREEZER. :THE S-CUS/O-/ You'll bo pleasantly surprised fag rectifier. B tabes including rectifier Bid .et .p.tf xtr .)
however at the moderate Uw As 3J3 A Week lv, (Battery
A
! FOOT MODEL HOLDS' 2BO Us A Weak 1.As 3.00 A Week
root of the expert services provided -
I POUNDS OP FOOD. for an motorist at our
I Mation. Thorough lubrication
brat grade of gasoline and oil r1
TESTED 13 MILLION *" S
TIMES free air water, and wtodshlHU -
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THAT HOW MANY TIMeS wiping '

r GENERAL ELECTRIC TRIED OUT Firestone Home
A NEW TYPE LIGHT SWITCH-TO GULF OIL PRODUCTS 11th ;1i & Auto Supply

MAKE SURE IT WOULD NOT FAILIN Washing Polishing

USe THIS IS A TYPICAl. I Greasing '-, t J. P. ROBERTS, Owner 600 Temple Ave. ; ,
i Temple & Lake'i w STARKE FLA.
EXAMPLE OP THE CARE THAT ,."
{ Goes 'INTO EVERY s-e PRODUCT i Service Station 4PAGE '5'"
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