Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 4, 1946
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Official County Publication Established In 1877

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Hope For Early Improvement ,, Owners Of Blanding May Center Seek Sale Starke Enters Reconversion Period

(Dirt Streets; City Without Grader For Use as Hospital

Blanding Center. located on With Five Million Dollar Nest Egg

toi East Call Street, will be closedIn
or repairs
bnprovements the near future unless and
roads and new

'S unpaved streets side can be made W. P. Nichols Praised unexpected military activities at Bank Deposits and Postal Savings

ting future Paul I.el. For Act of BraveryOn Camp Blanding bring back a reasonable -
near Shew Substantial GainIn
die city Councilman Council's Street and Troop TrainW. demand for the Center's Funeral Services for Dr. 0. L. Haynes, : 1945

an of the facilities, Joseph H. Arnold, man-
Ittee told the Telegraph the P. "Bill" Nichols of Brooker ager of the terminal, stated Wed
A majority of Prominent Dentist. Held Sunday
j week.Tarth-surfaced streets area was highly commended Saturdayat nesday. ., ( n December )l Starke closed what will undoubtedlyprove

I state of disrepair due Tucson Ariz by the command- The huge $125,000 servicemen's to be its I lat "boom" year with cash assets! of three

aerlous and traffic. No apprec trig officer and train crew of center, completed in April, 1942, I Dr. Othma Lamar Haynes, Sr., spent his boyhood and receivedhis and quarter million dollars on deposit in the Florida Ban!

:tins amount! of maintenance work troop train No. 3-371 for nls brave until recently housed eleven concessions 56, for 31 years a prominent graded schooling here, and at Stake and the Starke. post office. Adding ano hu: million

done on these streets In and gallant action in :jumping ranging from the Orange Star o dentist of stat wide repu- thereafter attended the University to a million and a half Invested in War Bonds since Iti J O,

been year' because the City from the moving train six miles Bus Lines terminal t 0 a juice I tation, died here Thursday night, of Florida and received his DDS brings the total "nest egg" accumulated in this community

past unable to buy a Toad south of Columbus, N. Mex., and stand. At present on'y five concession December 27, in his residence at degree from Southern Dental Col- since the establishment of Camp landing to close to five
llten saving the life of Seaman 1-c ore operating in the South and Water ,Streets following Ige in Atlanta In 1013. He received I

ding machine. for the leynalrto R. San Ramon of San ter. The ncome to cen-\\ a lengthy illness. his post graduate dental train- million dollars.

The Council contracted Diego, Calif., who had fallen from the Center is derived from concession Funeral services we- held Sunday Ing in Philadelphia, and in 1914 In the pre-Blanding period of mid-1940 funds on deposit

thaw of a grader six cancelled months the: train and sustained a broken rentals Arnold pointed out, afternoon at thee o'clocktrom became associated with the dental in the Florida Bar k at Starke and in postal savings totaled)

to.; but the order was non-delivery leg. Nichols a civilian enroute to and when concessions can no I the First Methoulst ChurchIn profession In Starke bY' enteringinto only $178,341.50, and a very negligible amount was investedin

I December due to Bridges stated a' western government hosplta., longer be rented then the center Starke, of whlcli ne was a partnership with..his father, go' ernment bonds.! Therefore. It is evident that Starkeis

*h. machine.- was earnestly was uninjured. cease to be an asset and becomes member. Interment in the family who was also a dentist. The err erging froM the Blanding era with more than four

Edeimrlng ai hit\ Committee find and purchase Nichols moved to Florida soon g liability. plot In Crosby Lake Cemetery !same year he was married in milli( n dollars i i'i its pockets that was not there before.

to Tue largest concession, the followed the church services, and Fairburn, Ga, to Miss Annie Hope This i amount circulating
Lew used grider from other after work was begun on Camp -- __ .
or and added that "several Blanding in 1940, accepted a posi- amu-jf'ment arcade, was closed this Masonic rites were held at the McLarln of Fairburn. -- -- through the channels of trade

uJttI. In the fire." He explaln- lon at the Camp and made his week and the equipment stored on graveslde. He woo an active All members of his Immediate Small Indus .ry here should do much to alleviate -

? are streets cannot be re- home In Brooker. He was married the premises. Mason for many years. family were with him at 9:40P. : any period of "recon
that Dr. Is ain.'ived hIs Is DiscussedAt
Clred hand labor because "Itoulii to Miss Myrtice Crosby daughter Wl.vn the center is closed the Haynes by M. December 27th when he version" that might follow

by take ten men a week to of Mr. and Mrs. A. Lee Crosby of propi.rty: will first be offered for wife and three Mrs. children Annie Hope Mrs.Haynes Sarah, ,died. In addition to membership Rotary ('lub'Elldle the tap<'ring-oCf of Camp
: in the Methodist Church and
t work a grader can complete Brooker, and the couple have sale to a government or private Blanding.
making hand three children. organization for conversion Intoa Hope holiday Mrs. Georgia Katherine Masons, Dr. Haynes was an Odd- I Hart me nn and J. W.
i one hour" thus Scanlan, and Otluna Lamar The Florida Bank at Starke
The troop train authorities stat- much-needed hospital Arnold 'I fellow and was a member of Pal Phillips! two YOU g men who are
!loT repairs prohibitively expen- Haynes, Jr.. all of Starke and bya Omega Fraternity an honorary announced $2,786,710 on deposit -
slow. ed that Nichols Is being recom- said. Failing! that, a private sale engaged In start rig a
1 and sister Mrs. Bessie Grant Aren- ,professional brotherhood. lant In Starke, at the close of business
mended for a high military award will be sought. manufacturing :)
I city Clerk! Carl Johns stated has for this act of heroism.Merrymakers The property and buildings are dell of Lakeland. Also survivingare I'I Not only did the dental profession were guests of tha Rotary Club tIts on Dec. 31. a gain: of $395-
that little progress two Kathleen
onday grandchildren: Ices esteemedmember regular luncheon Wednesday. 264 over the Dec. 31, 1944,
owned by Blanding Center an
on the City's post- Scanlan and Arlhur Lamar
made Mary
Incor-I tell-
tentative street paving pro- Greet porated, of which Maj. E. D. Hollldiy, of Stark. I I{when Dr. Haynes died, but the Mr. Hartmann spoke briefly,facedIn I total of $2,391,446. I
three miles nell of the U. S. Army Is president ing of some of problems The Starke post office announced !
which would I-I also lost of Its most
t pave New Year at USO The Rev. W. J. Churchwell, county one attempting to start a new In- I
Seventy-two, blocks) of Starke's W. H. Edwards, Jr., :Methodist pastor officiated at ardent sportsmen.! As a fisherman d\Mtry. Chief handicap at the $436,521 In postal savings at
Meta at a cost of approxl- tey, vice president, and Arnold !I lie had few and tho close or business on Dec. 31,
I A' large group of civilians and the funeral services, and the unusually equals up present time Is shortage of materials -
ely JISO.OOO. The City has military personnel spent New secretary-treasurer and building large quantity of flow until his last lllncn he was a he stated. As soon as a gain of $63,521 over the Dec. I

ever laid tentative plans be- Year's Eve at the USO and welcomed minager. The Center would need ers bore mute evidence of the high familiar and frequent visitor to materials are available, Hartmann 'U, 1944 total of 373000. This

the Federal Works Agency the New Year together. two more years of boom time operations -''esteem In which Dr Haynes was the lakes and streams In this section and Phillips plan to start mass amount may be strikingly con
I requested funds to make the to pay for Itself but theenterprise's I held his Innumerable of Florida. He was an enthusiastic of breakfast room trasted with the $75,000 that wagon
Young and old enjoyed dancingto among production
engineering survey the only liabilities are to hunter and took great deposit in postal savings In
wary name bands heard over I friend! all over the State of tables and chairs. -
If Clerk added. He went on popular Its oAvners, Arnold concluded. pride In his splendid bird dogs 1940
the P. A. system in the social Florida. The program was. In line with
j explain that a Federal Govern- which he personally trained. Postmaster Fred BV Stump,
hall. A grand march and several Pall bearers were Carl Johns, the Rotary Club's objective of
mt t grant or loan would be nec- special dances; and mixers were Dog Owners WarnedTo Charley E. Johns, H. E. Tucker, Among those from out of town aiding and encouraging/ new Industries pleased over this healthy growth/

'to finance the project and conducted. Keep Pets at Home Rawson J. Davis, A. J. Thomas, attending the funeral Sunday aft- In Starke. and the meeting In the community's financial back.

at present Congress hasorIzed T. Frank Landrum, Jesse B. Alex- ernoon were J. F. McLarln, Mr was closed with a forum discussion log. stated that almost the entire
Informal of whom
no Government Agen. groups, many Effective Immediately., dogs ander, and Walter Hale. Hon and Mrs. H. E. McLarin. Miss In which it was brought out total of postal savings belongs to

e to make grants of this nature, will soon for farewells be leaving before Starke the, gathered firepiac within the city limits must be orary pall bearers were Dr. W. E. Frances) McLarin, Richard E. Mc- that since Bradford ,County\ Is "home folk v)..*">t1d"ls. not.... "transient- ,
leaving the fate of Starke'asvtag secured within their owners' premises Mlddleton J. W, ,Andrews, Jr., Larin:' Mr. and Mrs, George largely agricultural<< emphasis IbIi.'J / HL*

[ :project dependent on ,fu- In the lounge. Here and punch candy and must not be allowed to Albert Anderson, Sr., Fred F. White and Mr. and Mrs. Robert should be placed on Industriesthat Although Starke !ill entering/ the

Congressional action. and served cookies,at apples.11:00 o'clock by a roam the streets unleashed, Mayor Stump, Nat Sternberg C. A. Temple of Tallahassee; Mr. and would give our farmers a new year in an air of uncertainty

|The t tentative paving program were the Junior Women's Charles A. Darby announced Knight Jos. E. Wilson, A. O. Mrs. W. B. Haynes of Fitzgerald, larger market for their products. concerning the future of Camp
edull3 the following unpaved committee from Andreu, Dr. H. H. Adams, Maj. Ga.; Mrs. Will Saxon of Winter Blanding business men' generally
headed Miss Lucile yesterday."My Also a guest at this meeting
II for hard surfacing and I Club by Harold C. Wall Dr. J. W. Brown- Park; Mrs. Lillian Philips of Lake are optimistic and believe the
office receives seven or was A. W. Anderson Jr., who has
dudes most of the streets pres- Mitchell. lee, Dr. Lemuel Oolson HarryH City; Mr. and Mrs. T. Thomas town will hold most of the gainsIt
that resumed work with the Bradford
dally marauding Just -
Uy needing repairs: Shortly before midnight paper eight complaints o u B ton, R. A. Weeks R. F. of Valdosta, Ga.: Dr. and Mrs. has made in the past five years.
overturned County Telegraph' after servIng -
[Lafayette Street from Walnut hats, confetti and paper tape were dogs have garbage Demorest, Judge A. Z. Adklns O. Emm It Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Although the new businesses,
armed forces.'
trash cans, and the only five years in the
)Westmoreland ((6 blocks). distributed. Singing of "Auld and condi-I L. Beasley, Joe Truby Rodger Dill Parkh111 of St. Augustine: catering exclusively to military
; Lang Syne' saw the end of the remedy to this unsanitary Wells! J. M. RItch, and K. G. Dr. Jesse L. Williams, Dr. and personnel, will probably leave the ,
I Westmoreland! nom Lafayette old year, and shouts of "Happy tion Is the cooperation of our dog Duncan. DeWitt C. Jones was Mrs. B. S. Carrol. Walter Halle, Glassgow Named local picture soon unless some new ,

f Can ((3 blocks). New Year" greeted the new. owners in keeping pets securedat In charge of arrangements.Dr. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Grant, Charles Assistant Chief reactivation Is made at Blanding/

Ion from Westmoreland toe Dancing continued until 12:30: A. home and stricter enforcement Haynes was the son of the Grant Mrs. Helen Bolen and It is believed that a post-war "re-

i ((2 blocks). M. of the city ordinance which pro- late Dr. Joseph Orell Haynes and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch all of Ex-Corporal Harold Glassgow turn-to-the-farm" movement will
I Orange from Madison to Laf ayp vides that all dogs found wander- and was I Jacksonville Mr and Mrs. C. G.I toward
Georgia Temple Haynes, ; returned to the employ of Starke's go a long way alleviating
((3 blocks). big loose within the city limitsbe born May 18, 1889, in Starke I Arendell of Lakeland; and Judge Fire Department this week In the unemployment In this counts
[Park Place from Madison topee Conway Airpark empounded Mayor Darby ex Just two blocks west of the present and Mrs. A. V. Long and Mrs. capacity of assistant fire chief. .mtal lUtrHpt. Off

Broad((2 from blocks Madison). ( to Pratt Opened This WeekA plained. Haynes residence. Dr. Haynes I D. C. Jones of Gainesville. Cpl. Glaesgow/ received his hon The general decline In business

|t blocks). small airfield known as the Rites ThursdayFor orable discharge from the Armyat during recent months Is reflectedIn

|J il] from Lafayette to Center opened to Camp Blanding Saturday of gross postal receipts for 1945,
It blocks). the Conway public Airpark this week. The single Volley McKinneyVolley Building Pennits Reflect Continued last week after spending almost which are 40013.23 less than the

ttmroe from Madison to Lafay- is located near the three years In the service, Ha total for 1944. The figures are:
Ie (12 blocks runway strip McKinney. 51. died In the served overseas 21 months In the 1945: 192716.40; 1944. 232729.
ft ) blocks west of the
city limits five Hospital In of Starke As 1945 ClosesPrivate Theatre of
I South from- Walnut to Water Highway 13 and 48 junction on Alachua County after Growth Kuropean Operationsand 63.The
|5 Nocks). Mlxon farm, and althoughthe Gainesville Tuesday night served with the occupation decline in IRTO personnel
the old heart attack at his forces In Germany from V-B Day
Thompson suffering a started soon after V-J Day and
from Madison to landing field proper Is 2,000 i construction in Starke
III ((1 block). feet long and 200 feet wide the home earlier In the evening. Ser during 1945 remained at a boom- mit in this category was IssuedIn until his return to this country has continued until the training
vices were held at 2 p. m. Thurs- the Starke Ice last month. He was connected
ceiry tram Madison to South either end of March to center will be closed out entirely
clear approaches from time high of $84,725 a survey
lbOCk) ). 00 feet. The day In the Christian Church with file in City pany In the amount of $ com-I with the fire department prior to this month. However, the Separation -
of the strip are 4. the building permit
W. G. Smedley and De- his induction into the Army earlyIn
A $
[Water ( the Rev. remodeling their plant. Center will continue for
formerly Weller) from field is Intended for the use of Clerk Carl Johns' office revealedthis
funeral home in 1943. H* and his wife are
Jones R. A. Green
Rto t Tenth (T blocks). Witt C. week. Although the end of permit was Issued to several months yet.
l Jefferson private aircraft. charge. Interment was in Crosby for addition to a present building I living in their residence on Seventh
from Church to Is packed the war dwindled Camp Blan- It I Is still considered possible that
Pn>peon ((2 blocks). The airstrip surface owned and Lake Cemetery.Mr. dlng'a military and civilian: population while C. II. Nasworthy was auth- Street. the camp might be used In some
| | dwon frcm Water to ThompF dirt. and the field local McKinney was born in to the detriment of local orized to spend 1.500 on repairs future training program, althoughthis

((3 blocks). managed by Lacy Conway states a that Bradford County Feb. 21, 1894 business houses, November led the and additions to his Call Street Oil Heater Causes will depend upon whether or

l,hcbon' from Walnut to Temple business man.service Conway Is available) and and was a son of the late J. A. J. parade of months with a whopping store. Fire in ApartmentThe not Congress passes peacetime
blocks). refueling constructedwhen /and Polly Parrlsh McKinney. He big total of $23,150 worth of $17,690 was the total value of military training legislation.

2'k from Walnut to TempleS that hangers Interest will be In aeronautics was a veteran of World War I construction authorized, mostly permits Issued to builders of new City Fire Department was

S), local owned planes to and a member of the Christian for new business houses.Most homes In Starke during/ 1945. called out at 2:20: Thursday after- Crosby AnnouncesFor

from Jackson to Jeffer- brings privately Church. of the money Invested in Chief among these was the $5,000 I noon of last week to quench a
f2 block). Starke permanently.The of Survivors are his wife,. Florrie; new construction In Starke in permit to B. T. Thomas four $1'-1 small blaze In an upstairs apart- School Board

ilia from Water (Weller) to Cheshire Flying Service two sons, Chester McKinney of 1945: $52.450. went Into erectionof 000 permits to M. Hammond ment of the two story frame residence -
((2 blocks). Palatka will operate a flying Starke and J. H. McKlnney. stores and filling stations. The B. Carlisle i Roy V. Turner and I located on the corner of H. B. Crosby of Brooker announced
8th from school for students from the new brothers, E. B. .1. D. Mathews respectively, a'' Tuesday that he will be
Water three Streets
(Weller) to. Gainesville; largest permit of the year was Walnut Lafayette
"'.(7_ blocks), field. and the Conway-Ubby U- and Carl McKinney of Starke and Issued In October to J. P. Rob- $2.600 permit to Mary M. Ormond. owned by T. S. Oliver, the former candidate for Scbool'Boal'4
Service will haVe Piper Cub and I and $1.500 permit to J. T. member from District Three In
trom 8th to 10th (3 Fly-It John McKinney, Graham; erts for construction of a salesroom a home of the late Mrs. Sarah K
0Cks). Planes for rent' to licensed pilot Mrs. J. L. Wynn Qulgley. Six $209 permits were the spring/ primaries. This district -
three sisters. and on Temple Ave., Hamrick.
".'oLL 15th. Lester garage Issued one each to srtx different comprises the New River.
after January Mrs.
arch.umgton((1 from Water to Mrs. Lizzie Wynn valued at 10,000.. Adolph Gay individuals for construction of The blaze was caused by a ,Brooker, Graham, and Hampton
block). Kite, Starke. received an $8,000 permit In flooded kerosene heater and,wu voting precincts.
Wllhln&'t PublishedTables residences most of which were described I
n from Temple to City Audit March to erect a filling station extinguished by the apartment occupants -
!and (13 as 20 by 30 foot housesof i Mr. Crosby was born and rearedat
). Back With TelegraphA. on Court Street, and the year'sthird prior to arrival of the fire '
lreVahon receipts and cement block construction with Brooker. where' he engaged In I
from Washington to largest permit went to Den- truck fire chief R. C. Buford I
((2 blOCks of the City of tin roofs. farming. He has previously serv- I
). disbursements resumed No-
W. Anderson Jr., mark Furniture Company in stated. The only damage was
2 Lake trom Washington to 10th Starke and the City Bond Trustees work with the Bradford County vember for the building of a $1- Residential repairs authorized smoke stains upon the walls and ed as school trustee.
blocks). are published in this Issueof Telegraph his I week after an 000 furniture store and warehouse. amounted to $3,460 with no single ceiling. '
enDd from Telegraph. These schedules during which commercial permit exceeding $600. Red Cross MeetingThe
2 blOCks Washington to 10th the absence of five years Other noteworthy I
). were complied in an audit he served with the Dixie Divisionat building permits were issued to Viewed by months the building DEMPSKY: R. 8API

A1ao Included ,In the plans are made In September by Roy L. various stations In the states, R. O. Nunnery for a $2.500 busIness permit sums are $750 for January I DISCHARGED FROM NAVY annual meeting/ of the j''

flCCessary storm Purvis, certified public accountant and later in New Guinea Morotal building, to Mike Maruca the slowest month; $1,075: Bradford County Chapter, American
dille, ditches and railroad sewers, of Gainesville. and Mindanao. He was discharged for a $4,000 warehouse and store, for February; I13.8IO for March; Dempsey) R. Sapp, son of Mr. Red Cross. will be held i In the I

U. The Clty) cross- at Camp Blanding on Dec. 29. to Carl M. Rltch for a $3.000 $2.800 for April; $7,950 for May; and Mrs. E. A. Sapp of New Red Cross office at the armory 1

.. Walnut. Call present brick WOW Election building to Leon Dicandlo for a $5,90O: for June; $2.425 for July; River received his discharge at building on Tuesday Jan. 8, at i

re alated for BUrtace and Cherry $8,000 store, to E. A. Wlnkler I $9,600 for August; $'.150 for September the Jacksonville NAS oh Dec. 12 2:30 p. m. Judge E. K. Ferryman I

the project 1 Is realized.treatment I I All Woodmen Circle members PresbyterianThe for a $5,000 store building, to H. ; 12.075: for October; $23- alter wo years and 10 months chapter chairman urges all Interested I

are urged to attend the meetlnZ Presbyterian Church an- A. Lawson for construction of a : 150 for November, the busiest I r.crvice in the Navy. With a ratIng persons to be present. '

U<* to Tuesday night in the W.O.W. Hall Sunday services as follows $5,000 cold storage plant and month; and$1,000 for December.In : of Radioman 2-c Dempsey: I

Fanners for the purpose of electing officers nounces market and to Mrs. A. M Mlxon December a single permit for served with Navy communications Opens New Cafe I I
An farm Refreshments will be : Mrs. Jean- authorizing construction of a 1.000 was issued to Mrs. A. M. attached to merchant ships and I
1946. with "
at LiPeady done operators who have for served. Sunday School, will I store building valued at $1,000. Mlxon! for construction of a store toucncd at most of the Pacific Mrs. Annie M. Mlxon has Just :

etr 194:1: Soil 10 llaOUld report ette Young superintendent.the morning The balance of business construc- building at Temple Avenue and island outposts during hU sea opened the Dixie Cafe at T02 Tempi -
e tcona nratlon Per- Notice meet at 945.: : Rev. tion permits went for fruit stands Eleventh Street duty. Ave. She is well known to

oIY1I1ent. report to and, practices for Kindergarten worship service, the pastor as his subject and small rental apartments.The Ht'ore entering/ the service restaurant patrons In Starke having -

ct before the County Agent's Smith announcesthat 1. u West, will A use Man By His sum of $9,475: was spent' Miss Nina Bishop returned to Dempsey served as clerk at the operated the popular A &: A

t II the January 15': 1946 M Mrs. Eldrldge will reopen "Measuring according to the City Hail survey Wesleysjv College In Macon Ga.. local rationing board. He and his on Thompson St.. at one time.
n. ean eut-ott-qte and no re- her kindergarten In Faith." Starke business men for Tuesday after pending the holidays wife, an employe of the Southern Mrs. Mixon will feature "pleasa
be 9:30 a. m. by
received after that Monday. Jan. 7. at Tuition will Music will be under the direction with- repairs and remodeling of existing with Mr. and Mr H. A. Ben Telephone Co., In Starke are quiet surroundings" and

I. T. the armory building. $10 per of Mrs. E. E. Lansing tuUdlngs. The largest per-I Bishop. now apartment hunting. cater especially: to tamllyu t
week, or
Oyer at the organ.
county Agent be $2.50 per Mrs. E. M. Davis
Secre1'J! of ACA. month.

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--- IN nnrriT cot'irr.COI"TY I..IAD..ORD. January' 18, 19 IB, In k.
Lelon Raulerson FLOHIDAl CHANCKHV. named Court and cau, >l
plaintiff seeks a *''f
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Drowned While DanUlV.. Se....lon.. Plaintiff, v.r. County Telegraph dlvorcn Bhk.8m
CONSERVATION STOPS WASTE Dorothy Cyr Walsh Seatilona, De- this Order In next four *.J""'
On Duck HuntLelon fendant. Case No. 4271. aue.... ""(,
ExtabUshed 1877E. ORDER OF PUBLICATION Witness my hand and
i AND NOTICE TO APPEAR seal lit Starke .. fi1
L. Matthews _____.._______ Editor and Owner J. Raulerson, 20-year-old STATE OF FLORIDA to: Dorothy cember 86 1945.u" i tt,"" ,
Bradford Cyr Walsh Seaslons. whu.e address (OFFICIAL SEAL) A ,. ?
former resident of As Clark. of "
in 181 Honevllle Avenue, Newark said Court. *
K/LOi/FE drowned about 3:49: : New Jersey. T. Frank Landrum, 1
and Entered M Second Clam MaL.erat County, was '
Published Weekly on
Dec. 19, You are required to appear on Atty. for Plf. 'j'/'ft JW
the Post Office at Starke. Florida.Its .. :. l'a4f5. FMAT/O p. m. on Wednesday.while duck hunt-

,...., Ing in Lake -FOR-

New Year's ,, ul 7, 'rr r,1'r, '' '"cAvFO ESE n." t-' County near Concrete Block ConstructionAny

9 Groveland. He
illr l Fui M qjs : (- 4 was born near Type Building
In Europe TooBy r ,'" 't. : Taylor In Baker
-' ..;, : County and mowed C Floors Sidewalks 0 Steps

Richard L. Strout In CJirlntlan jSclence MonitorI EXriyCrON ,b to Starke In

am a citizen of the strongest, richest fattest O1uCEiAL t;, 1932 with his Steel Window CasementsAlso

Nation on earth, a Nation that has just celebrated a parents, Mr. and
merry and luxurious Christmas. When I think of my BISON Ol/Rw rtRAI PLANS IAI6REAt Mrs. W. J. Raul-

condition, and of the season and what It stands for, EXTINCT. _: erson. In 1943 Lumber Direct From MillJ.
and of the position of Europe today, I have a feelingof the

jruilt. I wonder how many others share that feel- 61. Jacksonville present home of A4AIJCICE; EE)>WARE)>S

ing? his wife and family.It GENERAL CONTRACTOR
I have eaten the dull fare of Britain once or twicein is believed that young Rauler PHONE:>> 94

the past four years and, frankly I did not like it. son was drowned when seized by

But it is a shock to remember that in all Europe today cramps while wading through the

Britain's food is the best. Recently, Britain pulled in *+t n,, t'I'end cold water of a duck pond. Funeral oQo----------

its belt a little tighter, ,in order to send more food to services were held In the For Safety, Comfort and Economy .

hungrier people in the rest of Europe. Taylor Cemetery.He r
The sober New York Times carried a symposiumof \Is survived by his wife, Mrs. FOR, COURTEOUS

European famine conditions the other day. "More ,,.ir rl Charity Raulerson, his parents, ...a....._
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Raulerson CORRECT Q
than 20,000,000 desperate and homeless people, it
four sisters Mrs. E. N. Gunter, I
said, "are now milling east and west, north and south, MAN'SMommuNt Plant City, Mrs. Alfred Lowe, INFORMATION: It TJU$ .I
across the Continent. After describing the awful win- / Starke Mrs. "
EDAT5ANDWWVNSNAVEfr.. 621ILY8EAklAU Riley Pridgeon, Please Phone 147 9" 7
ter facing them, it went on, "The very young and very Shamrock, Mrs. Dale Drew, Wal- ..
old especially are beginning to die in droves as the 9V1ELFM/NAflnWNAUf OKCE7//E TAR ETOFIII T do, and three brothers, Clyde

autumn leaves fall." EIpTlw1YEAh7A2CriC NGWAIMOSTALL APE WZMS. Raulerson Clermont, Jesse and Ride Florida Motor Lines Greyhound Busses

The very young and the very old-I have four Billy Raulerson Jacksonville. UNION BUS STATIONTemple
children at home and round our table I
now, supper
HOME ROBERT W. I'ARRISII > Flte.p.peeeeel
notice their healthy, rosy cheeks. I cannot imagine .
ore --- --
how I would feel if I could not give them enough to 6AVIM V6O KIKH&4FXK. EVERY POUND TUMEDW6PEED5 BACK IN STATES -

eat; I realty think I would do anything if I knew star-' UP PRODUCTION 60XPNVWN5rOCtiN6$, enjoying Robert a W.30-day Parrish leave, EM at 3-c home, Is
vation threatened them before the iron winter of 46
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. r
is over. S. Parrish, and other relatives.
America could have saved some of these European Robert, better known to his

children it is charged. We, and other nations, agreedto .i friends as Bob has Just returned ..
Work ResumedOn
pay 1 per cent of our 1943 income to UNRRA relief. EAWTEYBy from the Pacific Theatre where
Other nations long since redeemed their pledge, but New ChurchWork \ he served 21 months. He took his

not till this very week has Congress got around to act- early training at Great Lakes Ill., ---

ing on the final part of its first pledge. In the mean- was resumed this week on Mrs. Mamie Crews later seeing action in New Guinea SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLET

. . . and Australia. He returned homeon
time, other nations have agreed to put up a second 1 the Pentecostal Holiness Church SEA TROUT PERCH BREAM
the Granville A.171.
per cent of their income. This proposal, too, has start- located on Tenth Street near the Coleman Phillips and Doyle US3 P.
Robert has served 24 months
ed its tortuous journey through Congress. Already ina Temple Avenue Intersection. The Starling were home on a 10-day with the amphibious forces and RED BASS SHEEPSHEADALSO

committee it faces dangerous limitations. foundations of the 30x40 foot furlough from the Army and holds the rating of Electrician's

At supper last night, 'my wife sal she wantedme building were laid last July and pent Christmas with their par- Mate 3-c. He will report to Miami Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry
to turn back theatre tickets I had bought. It ents. Coleman Is the son of Mr.
some shortage 0 f funds temporarilyhalted for re-assignment on Jan. 16.
Mrs. 0..1. and
would be the wrong night, she said and she wanted the construction. W. P. Jones, and Phillips Doylei During the holidays he was en-
i the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan MAGNOLIA FISH! MARKETCALL
money for another purpose, anyway. She wanted to the Church Treasurer, is in chargeof Starling. tertained by many friends and

use it to buy a case of canned food. the building and stated that Jake: Davis of Fort Myers Don- relatives.aoricn. STREET PHONE 37 STARKE. FLA.
"What-?" we all asked. And then she did an work was resumed with funds ald Wilkerson of Jacksonville and OF APPLICATION FOR
unusual thing: before we cleared the dishes off, she generously subscribed by Starke Hubert Wilkeraon were Christmas KIi.. i>i"<'n,tiu.n
and business : TO 'VUo11.: .' MAY CONCKRN:
read aloud to us a reprinted sermon from a local min stores men. dinner guests of H. C. Crews. : Take Notice that I have filed my
ister, and I and the children listened. The church will be completedIn petition for final discharge and my
Mrs. Lem Dryden of Jackson- final report as executor of the
February, and Is of cement
This minister, I guess, could stand the situationno ville was visiting her mother, Mrs. estate of Vida V. Morganj deceased;
block construction. A
fire-proof and that on 1046. at
longer-fat America and starving Europe. And in asbestos roof will cover the Perry Davis, this week. Togetherwith 10:00 A. M. o'clock. I will apply to NOW OPEN
a passionate, eloquent, moving Thanksgiving sermon, building. Initial services will be Mrs. Myrtle VanZant they the County Judge for of Bradford of
Florida approval
he exploded. How can Americans Ignore this desperate held the first '''Sunday after the visited the State Farm Thursday.Mr. aid final report and for final discharge -

crisis. ? he asked. ,iHow can they sleep at night, he demanded church Is completed'by the pastor, and Mrs. Joe Brown spent This December an such Executor.10th, 1845. .
when'countries that bore the brunt of battle Rev. Billy Reins?:of Gainesville. Christmas with relatives in Jack- Gary Ennis, Executor. "
against Nazi' ''tyranny-saving our own young men's sonville. 12-21 4t 1-11

lives by their resistance-face such a winter unaided? Starke Hotel Mr and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and 4STANLEY'SRANCH

I suppose ministers must have the trick of stirringpropte's family, and Mr. and Mrs. L. W.
Being RenovatedFor Page spent Christmas In Cedar
emotions. This sermon certainly moved our

family, as my wife read it to us. And the minister Keys
the past eight carpenters Rev. and Mrs. J. O. Raulersonwere l
boldly followed up his description of conditions. There and painters have been at Christmas dinner guests of

was something people could do, he said, something work repairing painting and ren- Mrs. Bertha Stuckey and family
specific. As the congregation left, they would receive ovating the Starke Hotel. New Mrs. Vergle Plummer and

pledge cards-pledge cards for cans of food of high pro- furniture has also been added daughter. Barbara, of Miami are u

tein content, to be sent overseas through UNRRA for and when work is completed the visiting friends here. J
hotel will present a much more I Mrs. Luclla Shuford Is visitingMr.

relief.Other organizations could do the same thing; attractive appearance. Shuford'a parents Mr. and

UNRRA would pay the freight if notified at "UNRRA Mrs. Paul Reynolds of Ashe- Mrs. John: Shuford.L I "

Victory Can Collection, 100 Maiden Lane, New York 5, ville, N. C., has been acting man- G. Crews has joined the
of the hotel for the past two Army and is training In Georg-is.
N. Y. For his own church, he had appointed a committee ager
in hotel Mrs. C. R. Crews Mrs. Myrtle !
years and U experienced ---
under the leadership of a wife of a Justice of management having been man VanZant, Donald Wilkerson and L-
the Supreme Court. Why shouldn't churches take the .
of tha Biltmore Inn in North H. C Crews were in Starke Mon
lead? Aren't men's hearts and consciences involved? Carolina for several years. day. ':' '
And he concluded his sermon with the story of a cer-

tain good Samaritan who was moved with compassionwhen At The TabernacleThe As SEA FOOD
traveling between Jerusalem and Jericho some woodlwnBy
two thousand, years ago. large congregation attend- :
I think others must have a guilty feeling, too. ing services at the Tabernacle last Elma Crews baggage...

Because that church, of which I speak, has had the Friday night despite the downpour 3 MILES SOUTII OF TOWN ON ROAD 28
"some- . s . .Accident Insurance
found there
greatest outpouring and a bigger response than ever of rain
before in all its history. Six ,tons of canned food so thing different" in the deeply We had a wonderful 3-day Bible .
spiritual program presented by the School last Friday, Saturday and Charley E. Johns
far have come in-and more arrives all the time. Cars
bring it in, and children, and men walking home after Eppley Sisters Gospel Quintette of Sunday. Several good preacherswere
work. Manchester Pa. These attractive present and we enjoyed some AgencyPhone
young ladles gave their testi- wonderful sermons.
Well, folks, here it is-the beginning of 1946.-My
monies In vocal and Instrumental Rev. T. C. Williams of Jackson-
wife has just told me that my family has bought a case numbers, and held the at- ville will preach here Sunday. ONWATT

of canned food; and I guess we can afford it, too, even tention of the entire congregationfrom Everyone Is invited to come hear .

if we cut out some other luxury. Here we are mem- the opening number to the him.Rev. ........ C
bers of the strongest, richest fattest Nation on earth close of the program. J. O. Raulerson goes back Service Station
without one city devastated by war. And here's some- Watch Night services were held this week to Sanderson to start fUprmntlng THE TRAVELERS Hartford

thing else about America, too; I have never known. an Monday evening and lasted until his meeting. PHONE 147 RING 2 FOB SERVICE
its midnight when prayer was offered Remember, we have services
appeal to generous heart to go unanswered.
and the Tabernacle bell tolled the each Sunday morning and even-

I death knell of the dying year and ing. Mid-week Prayer Meeting Oil Changing
the birth of the New Year. each Wednesday. Young people's
Prompt Service Careful Drivers .,
meeting Sunday evening. ., Greasing
ON CHRISTMAS FURLOUGH Church of ChristA Waxing
David Wilson Green is spendinga Washing
l -day furlough at home with cordial Invitation is extended }
andMACK'S his Mr. and Mrs. Dave ,e Polishing
parents. to every one to attend the ser-!
Green of Brooker. He enteredthe vices of the Church of Christ next. .. Tire Repairs
TAXI SERVICEPhone service 1 a a t February and Lord's day. Bible study at 10

trained at Amarillo, Texas later a. m. Preaching and Communion ELECTRIC ARC WELDIN
transferring to.Chanute Field Ill., 11 a. m. and 7pm. Morning
150 where he will report at the ex- subject. "Whose God do we
piration of his leave, he Is a EXPERT
serve? Evening subject "The
member of the Army Air Forces. danger of deception." We plead ONE HOUROIL

l for a return to New Testament WORKMANSHIP & GREASE

Christianity in name, doctrine and
e I practice.-W. Herron, minister.
'War Bonds .
e a 4 Buy Quaker State

ron A r J Relief At Last ALL WORKGUARANTEED Oil

". I. Sealed Containers ,

APARTMENTSOR : CreomtHston relieves promptly because FINEST WATCH TO OUR F FLORIDA
it goes right to the seat of the MOTOR LINES BATTERIES
The PARK CAFE ROOMS trouble to help loosen and expel CARE
Eerm laden phlegm, and aid nature & GREYHOUND
HEAT I t to soothe and heal raw tender. In
e AND HOT WATER traces.flamed Tell bronchial TOUT druggist mucous to sell mem-you For Safety _"/fiRM
a bottle of CreomuUlon with the understanding TheSTAG ,I
Delicious Regular Meals Day or Weekly Rate you must like the way it Comfort & Economy 'W -
quickly the
allays cough or you are
Healthful Vegetable Plates to have your money back.FCREOMULSION. I Phone 147
Short Orders
I I Carter Bldg., Starke

City Hall for Couzhjr,Chest Colds,Bronchitis ..
I t I




s late hour a salad cold plate with la now
with his wife and small New Orleans La.
I Tuesday aftera 975. In 1940 his tax will be $798. ;
cokes was served &2.11 with the son, Perry, at the home of Mrs. brief visit with her Mr. I
parents, a drop of 18 per cent. If be has
M1 ampton pas tor, Rev. W. A. Scott of Lowman's parents. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. Did You Make These Children Happy? two children his tax now Is 755.
Starke, the young people held a A. L Brown.
J Next it will be $589 down 22
Holiday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. year ,
Sweeney midnight prayer service at the
M. () Miss Frances of Starke H. M. Richarde and cent. ,
Mr Colley Mrs. A. :M. per
y and
church welcomed
In the
. Year of 1946. la the guest this week of Miss Richards were Mr. and Mrs. J H. Tar Roll Shrink '

I l'NION' PARTY The following Items Barbara Home Ritch of Jacksonville who had The new law removes from the

if.rt 'ISO People's Training over from last week, because were held of W. A. Saxon, Jr., of the Jack- Christmas dinner with them, Mr. tax rolls in 1946 those 12,000,000 I 'I,

rtt It Young Baptist Church en- lack of space: sonville Naval Air Station and and Mrs Hamilton Rltch and eon, persona who now pay only the '

delightful New Year's Edward Saxon, also of the U. S. John, and Mrs. James Stanford three per cent normal tax, leviedon

a the home of Betty OAKOt, ANNE WARREN Navy, are spending some time of Gainesville who were thelr-supper all net Income above $500 re-
arty at Durling. About Mr and Mrs. J. C. Warren an- here with their parents, Mr. and guests Thursday and Mrs. gardletts of a taxpayer's depend

'thcl Mae at this affair nounce the birth of a daughter, Mrs. W. A. Saxon. Edward has Annie R. Norman and daughter. I ents.

.,re present games were played! Carol Anne, on Christmas Day at been on sea duty in the Pacific Katherine, of Jacksonville who This is accomplished by applying

musing living room. At a the Alachua County Hospital In for many months and just man- visited them Thursday and Fri- the individual surtax exemp-

spaciOUS Gainesville. aged to make it home in time to day.Mr. tions$500 for the taxpayer and

PI spend Christmas with his family, and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier $500 for each dependent the
pBRLES SEZ CHRISTIAN CHURCH COUNCILMrs. and friends. Mr. Saxon, Sr., who were New Year visitors of Mr. normal tax.
Merle Rahme was hostessto has been seriously 111
Is some- and Mrs. Cecil McRae and familyIn This means a man with a wife
the Ladles Council of the what Improved at the present. McIntosh.
no Income tax until his net
Christian Church at her home on Sgt. and Mrs. Jim Source, who Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Partney pays earnings paaa' 1000. If. he hall,

hY Wednesday, Dec. 19. A program, have had apartments at the home went to New Orleans, La., Monday on child taxes do not begin until
appropriate to the Yuletide season of Mr and Mrs. Horace May, left where Mrs. Partney is to receive he,earns over $1,500. The exemption -
was carried out with Mrs. last Monday for their home in further medical a 11 e ntlon that eji increases by $500 with

W. H. Griffin president In Chicago, Ill., after Sgt. Sousce'a their friends hope will be beneficial I each dependent.For .
charge. At the close of the de- discharge from the army at Camp to her. During her parents' I
Individuals the law also -
I votional and business session the Blanding.Lee :. absence Kay Partney is the guestof S new
.e. guests were Invited into the din- White arrived recently to Mary Rivers Stubbins. cuts three percentage pointsoff

ing room where they were served visit his wife and baby daughter Following about a year's service: each of the graduated surtax
brackets. And when the computation -
delicious chicken salad! with saltines Linda. He has just received his in Germany Pfc Albert Staffordhas rJ
is done this basis
fruit cake and hot choco discharge as a paratrooper aftera been discharged from the ser-
of five cent in
further cut
late. Beneath a decorated tree In, year's service in the European vice and arrived Sunday to be per .
v e9 the figure thus arrived at Is allowed
much It takespSbouse the living room, various gifts had II Theatre! of Operations. with his wife and children at the .
b* and family been placed and were exchanged Mr. and Mrs. H., D. May spent home of his parents, Mr. and, Mrs
? And getting the soap among the members. A pleasant I Tuesday of last week shopping A. E. Stafford.Mr. In addition to repeal of the excess

.bnostharder than doing there's the time was enjoyed by everyone. 111\ Palatka. They now have as and Mrs. S. V. R. Martllng profits tax, corporations benefit I

t.there's Remember soap.,So where keep turn- I I Otis I their guests Mr. and Mrs. RosI of Melrose were overnight guestsof war-orphans who have lived without shelter or care for .s by elimination of the capital 1 ,
tat to Lowman has arrived home coe V. POLISH stocks and the declared value excess -
needed of
USED PATS May Washington, D. C., Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Grlner they can remember smile happily as an UNRRA representative -
from the Pacific and I levies. anti by reductions i
nuke more B0apt area received who will remain profits
help through the holi Christmas. hands cut clothing; donated by the people of the United States in
his army discharge on Dec. 25. HeSHEET days. I During the Christmas holidays the nation-wide April clothing collection. Millions of other children oversees In the combined normal and

I I :Miss Shirley Seely of Cltra is I I Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dobbs had need all the protective clothing ahoes and bedding YOU can spare. surtaxes of two to four per cent,

spending her vacation with her as visitors Mr. and Mrs. R. L. (Dive them to the Victory Clothing Collection. depending on the size of the earnings -

mother Mra Llnnle Seely. I II Dobbs. As First Sgt., R. L. Dobbs '

t I 1 THE I:i i NEW i i'YEAR 1 WITH I Mrs. J. F. Johnson and Carl I I I was in the service for several 50 Million Will pears dark.Chairman. i
and Shirley Dennison spent sev- years and has recently received Dough ton (D-NC) Pfc Leo.Miclett'Presumed

eral I days In Jacksonville at the ihis'I' discharge. With their guests Benefit From the House Ways and-Meami Com- Dead 1

home of Mrs. Johnson's brother, and Mra. Lester Dobbs and 1946 mittee has said he could' see no <<

fld-REGIONAL FAVORIIES!! DeWitt Prevatt. son, Nolan, visited Jacksonville ;, Tax Cuts In justification for further general Pie Leo R. Mlclette, husband of I

I Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Chastain relatives Saturday. Fifty million Federal taxpayerscan reductions until the national bud the former Pauline Conway of l

were recently shopping in Jack- Christmas dinner guests of Mr. I greet the New Year with rejoicing get is balanced Secretary of the Jacksonville, has been officially, I

sonville. and Mrs. J. H. Hundley were Miss Their tax burdens will Treasury! _Vinson sold he hoped listed an presumed dead after being "

| H. V. Saxon and Verda Wall Mildred Hundley of Camp Blan- be lightened for the first time In I for a balance In 1948. missing in action in Belgium 'I

of Pompano were attending to ding and Mrs. Reese Bradley, and I/116 years. The slash will be almost Fiscal exports estimate the na- since Dec. 15, 19..... He Is the ion 1
I business here last weekend.Mr. son, Clinton and Jack Wayne, of $6,000.000,000) for 19ia tional debt will Increase another of Mr. and Mrs. Amcdee ,Mlclette
and Mrs. R. H. Hunter and Jacksonville. I I l Monday midnight, this happened: I 12000000.000 in 1946. with rev- of< Woonsocket, R. I. '
son Dickey, of Bushnell were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace returned enue collections---ufter the tax reduction d
I 1. Some 52,000,000 low-Incotne Mrs. Mlclette and daughter,
I recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday of last week Is con" Idered-running '
persons go off the tax rolls com- Lvnette, who have been visiting/
I;I Vernon Slade. from Jacksonville where they about 26500000000. Revenueshit
pletely. Others making up to his parents In Woon ocket, will ;
I I Wallace Collins of Jacksonville spent Christmas with relatives. i I $50.000 a year will get tax cuts I a peak above $45,000,000,000 soon return to their home In Flor r rids '
I: was visiting friends here last Miss Ida Luffman of Ocala in 1944. Before the war they
of 10 cent or more--with the .
dinner Mr. per amounted to only about $5,000-
Monday. the of and
was guest I
to return
smaller reductions for those making Pfc. Miclette failed
Garth Durham is visiting J. G. Caldwell at noon Sat.. 000,000 annually.
I I now Mrs. the
over $00,000. The 19 8 relief from a mlanlon to remove
at the home of his parents, Mr. urday. Income Tax Cut
I mountainside In
for individuals will total $2.644- I enemy from a
i and Mrs. Durham. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Adams were The slashes In'the legislation
Misses Madge Gay and Hazel Thursday supper guests of Mr. I I 000000. becoming effective January 1 are ,'I Belgium.<<
I Brown of Jacksonville spent the Adams' grandmother, Mrs. J. B. 2. The war-imposed 83.5 per cent heaviest for Individuals in the low

o i Holidays with their Cespectlve! Treadwell and uncle and aunt I I excess profits tax on corporations Income class For instance: Tag DeadlineIt
parents.The Mr and Mrs. J. M. Bradley. Mr. will be repealed. The administration married person!! without chil-
\ route said this levy could be justified dren making $2,500 a year now might not be a very nice
Rev. Sam I. White, who and Mrs. Adams were en
r VIV1- waterE\ has been visiting In Tennessee, from Atlanta, Ga., to their homein only as a means of preventing pays $360. Under the new law his subject to bring up during the
c\CY\ "war profiteering" nuslnena of holidays, but nevertheless the fact
hot arrived Friday to be with his San Francisco, Calif. ? tax will be $285, a reduction
4 tablesDoonscons onion.g1C1YE will get tax relief amounting to 21 cent. If he has. two children remains that Jan. 15 10 the deadline
Ices, .,... ."to' wife at the home of her sister, Mrs. C. L. Hayes of Bushnell i per '
; : '11111-4 of cbo0'1.d D.. -saltPepp Mrs. Alma Saxon. visited her parents, Mr and Mrs. $3,136,000,000.) ) his tax now Is $160. Next for obtaining 'that new IMS
each aecn, eggWblteluntil several 3. Withholdings from pay. envelopes year it will be $95, a slash of license tag. Governor Caldwell
tableaV Charles Dees of Tampa arrived E. A. Stafford, for days
g cheese Tan rita. wa.lr and salary checks will be 40.6 per cent.A :I I has declared that under no circumstances I
cblvel and 4ap and ..4d bot Sunday! to spend Christmas with the early part of the week. will the deadline be ,
'YlorCliterll1ltl: until Lhiet egg.w11lte.and relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Bard Gale and reduced, to reflect the cut in married person without children ,

I sUt!. Y oils Cnt sad fold with enoUgh but. Mrs. Eliza Hall of Starke spent daughter Sharon, of Palatka were : taxes.-For wage And salary earn- making $5,000 now pays extended* .'- !

salt and DeDDr'erasrange. Det Turn m a Monday and Tuesday visiting her Christmas dinner guests of Mr. ers this will look something likea I

\ add remainder sides I bottom "'stow are Lace Inc sister Mrs. Robert Brown.W. Mr. and MJrs. H. M. Richards I home on pay days.
Crease Dtune
ter to coot 0'underneath, then not o'lereoo. H. Maxwell and son, Bruce, and children, Jane and Henry, and The first post-war tax law. enacted
into D enlighand t brown c1r'J. DO fold one with Mrs. Ida Maxwell and Char- Mr. A. M. Richarde attended the last Fall, was designed by
oven until t.o edg," .of omelet, late les Dees spent 'Christmas Day Christmas celebration at the Its SpOJ18OJIIto! stimulate business Learn to Fly

Leo to a hOtylates Lake home of Mr and In the reconversion period and
... other e11D," on with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wigginsin Kingsley
half over << setves < with Jacksonville.Roy Mrs. J. H. Ritch in the afternoon create jobs. It is the first generaltax
serve "t onee. when served ands Rourke has received his Christmas Eve. reduction law !since! President

and quiCk, tasty enact e11IIS1 rollaeruachY. army discharge and Is now at Dinner guests at noon Mondayof Hoover put his signature to a PAY AS YOU LEARN
slash in 1929.
battered .. home with his wife, Mrs. Virginia Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace "Christmas present"
I"1V1ii'a Edwards Mrs. The new law provides special In-
AX. ..< Dyal Rourke. were Mrs. Isabel ,
ftOaW. Mrs. M. C. Sweeney and daughter Arthur Anderson and Misses Joan come tax treatment for veteransof

Connie, spent Friday In Jacksonville I and Nancy Mynlhan of Jackson World War II. It time erases l service Fed- STARKE AIRPORT i
eral levies on war
her sister Mrs.
a r, with ,
Marion Gnann. ville.Mr.. and Mrs. Lynwood Watts pay of enlisted men and gives officers i I

Hft Mr. and Mrs. Thomas! F. Brown and son, Lynwood Jr., spent the I three years to settle tax accounts .
have as holiday guests :Mr and past week-end with Mrs. Watts' with the Government.It 1.5 Miles South On Highway 13
Mr. I Mrs. Lorenzo repeals the $5 use tax, effective -
Mrs. Gordon Weest and daughters parents, a n. V
Betty and Louise, of Miami Cox, in Sopchoppy. next July, at a Having of
and Emory Brown of South Caro- SC 3-c Jimmie Bradley has returned $140,000,000 to automobile, truck tytrrflrssrflssSSSflrSStJ ",
to Arlington Va., after and boat owners. It :freezes the
lina. spending a week's leave with his social security tax In 1946 at one) For Information

. . . parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brad per cent each on employes' pay .
ley. and empl yer.' payrolls. Withoutthe PHONE 142 or 63
State Farm Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ferree and freeze this tax would have

.t t .1 daughter, Willa of Lake City Jumped January 1 to 2.5 per cent

Mv Mm. Bryan WhUfleld were Sunday visitors of Mr. and against each.! STARKE FLYING
; Tax Uncut
Ifl Mrs. J. L. Williams. They were Luxury
accompanied by Mrs. J. B. Se- The law! makes no change In
CHRISTMAS: CAROLERS who remained with Mr: and levies on so-called luxury Items
At a late hour on Christmas gree Mrs. Williams until Thursday. such as liquor, luggage, furs jewelry SERVICE

Eve there was music in the air Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Coker, Sr., and c o s m ellcs. Congress
when about 35 carolers from the probably will reduce them some
z of Santa Fe Lake and their grand-
Ralford Baptist Church sang Frank time In 1946.
children, Beverly and
sparkling beautiful Christmas hymns in several Coker of Jacksonville, spent Sun- But the prospect of more cuts I
CJf the Farm. for Individual<< time
neighborhoods any soon ap
J. M.
Wl&V day with Mr. and :Mrs.

/ CHRISTMAS: PARTYMr. Bradley. They were accompanied!

and Mrs C. H. Cope were home bY Carolyn Bradley who returned -
Beer hosts at their home Sunday after- : home Monday with her
entertained brothers, S-Sgt. Jack Bradley and
J) o noon when Mrs. Cope
of her Sunday School Class, the Junior I SC 3-c Jlmmie Bradley and their
-- of Jacksonville -
Girls of Raiford Baptist guest, Bradley Geiger
SPC.'fOMELU \ Church. Attractive decorations who enjoyed a barbecue
\ reflected the holiday motif. Following -I I given by Mr. and Mra. Coker on

A grand the playing of selected that day.
and ssis"fay games Mra. Cope, assisted by Mr. and Mra John P. Turney
Misses Pauline Brannen and Mel- and daughter, Mary Carol, and

.,p..I.ct{ '0 ... \ veen Davis, served ice cream and Mrs. Charles W. Turney and
New enioY cake to her guests who Included daughters, Joanna and Margaret,
to join your \ i to Carolyn Bradley, Betty Williams, were the guests of Mr. and Mra.

t."est\, a resolX_the Drink Wanda Lee Limy, Audrey Spooner C. M.: Tumey Christmas Day.

Add to beer. espcC:" Tessie Rosier, Irma Jean God- Christmas visitors of Mr. and
regional made Earlagene Dobbs Loretta Mrs. E. a. Land were Mr. and $
fine breW win,
a the SOUth' I'Mc
Land of Ocala.
fricndship.t'S .. Gordon and Rev. and Mrs. William Mrs. Roscoe
0\\ the listing. old.n..lc. Wilson and Harvey Hastings of Mrs. Richard Markham spent
suit its Christmas with her mother In
,ally to .no..d I.! Jacksonville.
Caryvllle.Mr. .
tastes mellow\\ .goodness.etistem Orouf Mary Jo Caldwell returned to : and Mrs. J. B. Stricklandand

Ravor..a truC, Who call son, Johnnie, of Graham visited I
friends Irostyr,0f Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis last
= y..... y ....serve \ I week-end. :
feheshmenur 1egiona I Mrs. J. E. Chambers returned
for V. 0". AXr thin9 9teat Sunday from Monticello where
apPeal I she had been the guest
.. .
tasle" .s.1I'
brcw. weeks.Mrs. Earl Chambers for two Bombshell of FoodBARGAINS -

Mr. and Mrs.\. W, II. Williams

-= = J AX! and daughter. Betty spent Christmas T

J tttttrtetr lN Mr. Williams' mother. When they

hey Dray! returned they were accompaniedby a a I 1 -
50Carpenter'sDrug({ Calvin Williams of Dibble General '
Price List At Store!
BREWING COMPANY Hospital Menmo Park. Calif., Special 3. Great Solo Days Jan. 345I

'Jacksonville, Fla. Storr Donaldsonville.



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Birthday Party Mrs. Knight HostessAt Legion AuxiliaryTo Sgt. and Mrs. B. Cohen left Mrs J. H. GIll 'and M*.&'.j
1 SOCIETY and CLUBS Meet Wednesday for Atlanta, Ga,' Randall of Norfolk, Va., ,
LuncheonMrs. TodayThe
I For Jimmy Guy where Sgt. Cohen will receive his led home Sunday by the
new assignment.Mr.
Fred entertained entertained Women's Auxiliary of) Illness of their father
Mrs Guy C. A Knight J,
Woman's Club I Miss Sewell at Home will and Mrs. Berry Kelly and It
i about 30 young: guests at her homeon with a holiday luncheon at her American Legion Post No. 58 varez. Mr. Alvarez has
meet this afternoon (Friday) at daughter Corrine of Plant City beep
North Walnut Thursday
To Meet Next WeekThe To Younger Set ill
for several !
afternoon of last week In honor home Saturday. Christmas dec- 3:30: o'clock. Mrs. Van H. Car- spent the Christmas holidays with weeks butt\ *

January meeting: of the i iWoman's iI I Miss Virginia Sewell waa at of the second birthday anniversary orations added to the beauty of den, president of the Auxiliary, Mr. Kelly's father, David Kelly Improved.Mr. .
I the living and dining rooms and states that this will be the first and family. and Mrs. Bill
Club will be held In the; home to members of the collegeset of her son Jimmy. Sexy
used to advant- I meeting of the Auxiliary since its, 1st Lt. John Roane turned Wednesday to
poinsettias were is
club house Wednesday, January 9 and a few other friends Tues- The center of attraction was the last November 13th, spending their h
I organization a furlough with his wife, Mrs. In' Atlanta. Oa
red and white Iced birthday cake after
from 4 to 6 at the ,
at 3:30 p. m. day age.Present and urges all wives, mothers and PeIJdI
topped. with red candles. Christmas were, Mrs. J. E. Wilson Bertha' Taylor Roane and their the holidays week with
Guest of the club will be the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. daughters of American Legion M". c
decorations were used in the Mrs. IL C. Ritch, Mrs. I* D. Vln- son after a tour of duty In the via Johns.
state president Mrs. Birley Grayof W. B. Sewell on North Walnut St Post S3 veterans to attend the
Lake City, who will give a Refreshments were served during spacious living room and the I Ing, Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs. K. G. meeting whether or not they are ETO.WOOdfin I George M Eby of Winter r
short address. A musical program beautifully lighted tree added to Duncan, Mrs. A. Z. AdkIns, Mrs.O. now members of the Auxiliary.The Halle returned this den, 'who recently returned fr!
will also be presented and an Informal ,the afternoon from an attrac- the hospitality of the room. L. Beaaley, Mrs. Jeanette Kin- meeting will be held In the week from Arcadia where he and three years of duty
reception will be held following tively arranged tea table. Invited Ice cream and slices of the said, Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Mrs. American Legion Hall on West Mrs. Halle spent the holidays. Ha spent the week-end with oven Mr.*
a brief Tmslnesg session were John Chalker Miss Frances birthday cake were served and Call Street. went on to Atlanta, Ga., to see Mrs. W H. Nollman and
honoring Mrs. Gray. Peek, Miss Mary Weldon, Steve favors of candles In colored cups R. F. Demoreat and Mrs. T. T. about a position and Mrs. Halle Catharine NolJmaji at their

All Interested persons are' Welcome Weldon Leonard Smith, Billy were given. Mrs. Guy was assisted Long. Doris Lucille Sumner will Join him there later. on W. Madison St.' Min,Notlm ho

to attend the Woman* Club Smith, Misses Idalou and :MArjorie In serving by her mother,''Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green and returned with him to Winter
meetings, not Just members, -as Davis, Arch Thomas Jr., Miss A. Z. Adkins and- sister Mrs. B. Smith-Platt Weds Sgt. CloaningerZTctJ4sik4hLL4Itr family spent Sunday with Mr. and den to spend New Years a

some people erroneously believe. Clarice Thomas Misses Shirleyand A. Pope, Jr.Double Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sumner of Mrs. R. A. Johns In Lake Butler. Eby and his parents. with 1
Hostesses for this meeting will Frances Colley, Misses Barbara Sgt Louis C. Smith and Miss .'
be Mrs. C. F. Ward Mrs. J. E. Patsy, and Caroline Keen, Nora Platt were* quietly marriedon Lawtey announce the marriage of
Wilson, Mrs. Jeanette C. Young, Miss Garnita Hutto, Miss Wanda WeddingTo their daughter, Doris Lucille, to the arrival
Saturday, Dec. 8, In Lake Announcing .
Staff Edward M. CJoan-
Mrs. John Uglow Mrs. N. D. Pearce, Miss Nina Bishop, Miss Be Event Sergeant
Charles La.
inger, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. OF PERFECT GIFTS FOR
Wainwright, Mrs. T H. Sheppard, Ondlna Churchwell, Miss Sharon BRIDES
Mrs. D. E. Knight And Mrs. C. A.I Mall, Bobby Biggs, and Billy Col- Of Next Tuesday Sgt. Smith Is the son of Mrs.L. Cloaninger of Troutman, N. C CHINA SILVER GLASSWARE
C. Smith of Waldo and the
The ceremony was solmenized
I Mr. and Mrs., R. R. Crosby and I late L. C. Smith, formerly of Gralam. on December 10 In Folkaton, <3a. J. M. MITCHELL 303 W. MADISON '
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. LeWIS announce ; He has been stationed at The young couple was attendedby Sr
See the New the engagement and ap- the Lake Charles Army Air Field] Mr. and Mrs. James Chasteenof

I EASYSPINDRIER proaching marriages of their as postmaster at the base post office Starke.

g daughters, Lucille Mavis Crosbyto for the past two years. He Mrs. Cloaninger wore for her JUST RECEIVEDFirst
James Luclan Conner, and attended the Starke school and wedding a two-piece blue suit ,
Emily Irene Lewis to Paul Henry was in the graduating class of with brown accessories and a. cor- Limited Shipment
Faulkner.Mr. sage of red rosebuds.

and Conner Is the son of Mr, 1940.Mrs. Mrs. Chasteen wore a lavender
Smith's home la in Lake
T- and Mrs. J. L. Conner of Starke Charles. suit with brown accessories and I'
V WASHERDAHMER'S and Mr. Faulkner Is the son of her corsage was also of red rose- '
buds. '
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Faulkner of Miss : STEELMASTERCard
Caroline Green
at Crab Orchard, Ky. Sgt. Cloaninger recently -
his discharge at Camp Blan- "
To Wed
Capt. RaneyMr.
will be solemnized
The ceremony -
ding and he and Mrs. Cloaninger
In the Pine Level Baptist
File CabinetsSLIDING
were employes of the Jacksonville -
Church on Tuesday evening, Jan. and Mrs. Floyd Green announce -
Coach Company In Starke.
8, at 8 the Rev. W. E. the engagement and approaching -
p. m. by
) They will make their home In
of their
Hall.No Troutman, N. C., in the future.
daughter, Emma Caroline, to
Invitations have been sent, THREE STANDARD SIZES
but all friends of the couples are I' Capt. Emmett A. Raney eon of Baptist CirclesThe -
InvIted. i Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Raney of 3x5 4x6 5x8

I Freeman, Va. Circles of the Baptist

When Your Tires Are Slick Time to Recap! Jimmy[ Wiggi'nsHas The marriage will be an eventof Church will hold their regular
Wednesday, Jan. 16 at 6 p. m. monthly meetings next week. Circles
< RECAPPING Birthday Party In the home of the bride's uncle I, 2, 3 and 5 will meet at 3 STEEL CASH.BOXES

y, ; AND VULCANIZING and aunt, Mr., and Mrs. R. A. p. m. Tuesday. Circle No. 1 will
ALL SIZE TIRES Monday afternoon Mrs. One I, Green. meet with the leader, Mrs. L. G.
Wiggins entertained with a birthday Powell at her home. Circle No. 2
party at her home In honorof i Miss Green will be attended by
with Mrs. J. B. Alexander, leader,
her sister Miss
youngest Anice
the fifth anniversary of heron will meet In the church annex
Green as maid of honor and Capt.
Jimmy. Five pink candles with Mrs. Alexander] as hostess.
: BEST MATERIALS I topped the pink and white iced Raney will have his brother, John Circle No. 3 will meet with Mrs. OFFICE BOXES

? GRADE "A" RUBBER ;birthday cake and Ice cream was Raney as best man. The Rev. Hf. L. Brownlee. Mrs. S. E.
served with the cake to about I L. A. Shepherd will perform"the Sparks is the leader.
Workmanship Guaranteed \ I
ten young guests. Favors of candies ceremony. The Business Women's Circle,
PHONE 79 and pull-out paper bats were I Mo. 4, will meet Monday night at
given. WSCS To Meet 7:30: with the leader, Mrs. L. A. Plenty of Scotch Tape

Mrs. Wiggins was assisted In Canova. Circle No. 5, the Kings-
STARKE TIRE SERVICEAdjoining .entertaining the young guests Circles One and Two of the ley Lake Circle, will meet with With Desk DispensersAnd
Methodist WSCS will meet Mon- the: leader, Mrs. Sweet at her
with games and contests and In day afternoon at 3:30: o'clock at home on the Lake Tuesday afternoon
Temple Garage Temple Ave. serving by her daughter, Miss the home of.,Mrs. L. A. Davis. .Hand,Dispensers
I Peggy Ann Wiggins! .

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From where I sat It looked dotter Dot Green, have returnedto Bradford County Telegraph

Sun. Mon. Jan. 6. 7 like a very quiet New.Year's Eve Maxwell Fled] Ala., wherethey'll
But then, maybe I Just be stationed on the post
(L wasn't in the right places! . Add people we'll miss: Mar- 128 WEST CALL STREET
Typical remarks by Callstreetera garet and Cecil Naftel who returned -
when queried about their New to Birmingham, Ala.] this
Highness and the Bellboy"Hedy Year's Eve exploits were these: week after occupying the Jacobs

Starke's Mildred Sapp !"I helped kill hogs" residence on Madison St., for the

The o John Godwin, "I curled up past four years Cecil (a den- LET'S START THE NEW YEAR',RIGHT!
Lamarr Robt. Walker finest with a good book and went to tist) was stationed at Blanding] ,

sleep" Now I ask you, what i and they made quite a congenial
can you do with material like asset to the younger married set
CARTOON and NEWS restaurant Band that In a gossipcolumn? Did while here L 4I

receive a report, however, that _
bar Lil Sternberg helped usher In the Grace Osbome postcards from

New Year at the Embassy Club In Santa Ana, Calif., that she'll soon
Jacksonville, as did the Hal Snows be returning to Call Street accompanied upIvftL !
Tues. Wed: Thurs. Jan. 8 9. 10 and Capt. "Bunny" and Ernestine by Ted, who's Just

SIZZLINGSTEAK A (Andrews) Nix Incidentally, been discharged after 74 months .
the Nixes (or Just what Is the (quite some time If you ask me)
plural of Nix?!') left Wednesday in the service Grace reports
"Love Letters"Jenifer for' Kansas City He's Just that the California weather Is TO WORK TOGETHER FOR A

LOBSTER back from overseas, and Ernes- "cold, dark, and damp" and then
tine has been it all BIGGER AND BETTER STARKEIN
staying with her I spoils by adding-"Just like
parents, the Wesley Andrews' it was at home!" Cpl. Albert
Jones Joseph Cotten SHRIMP M Gifford and wife, both entertainersof 1946

A lighted Christmas tree and radio fame, have been selected
CHICKEN candles placed on tables about the to tour Japan with the USO shows Our community ANY community for that
SHORT FEATURESPLENTY edge of the dance floor created The halls of the Starke USO
matter,- is just what its citizens make it.
quIte[ an atmosphere of holiday will miss Albert's resounding songs
cheer at the Junior Woman'sChlb Other Departees: the Gtl- All of us wonder what 1946 holds in store.

I B dance last Friday night leses, Herbets and Moseleys here No one knows,. of course. But no matter what
For Hear they were worried about not for more than six! months, shIpped
I in store, it can be greatly improved if, the
OF DRESSED & DRAWN I getting an orchestra for awhile, out with the"last trainees
Connois. but due to a. mbtup finally woundup Add Starke sailors home on proper amount of cooperation is displayed.

FRYERS, lb. 62c with more music than they leave, who spend much time at the Why not resolve in 1916 to quit letting Georgedo
Beurs knew what to' do with-an orchestra USO: Seamen 1st class C. W. Col- it. For instance, don't just ASK what the
HENS lb. from Blanding and also son and Merle Grider What'sall
of 0 Angus MerrItt's p. a. outfit from this I hear about Evelyn Col- Chamber of Commerce is doing and then sit

Gainesville Among those son and Byron Bradley, newly discharged back and criticize- but come out to the meet

PLENTY OF A & AA BABY BEEF Good Food glimpsed: Freddie Turner in a sailor? ings and SEE what is ,being done and then
stunning oK-shoulder] evening
LOIN CHOPS, lb. 48c dress Fran Peek In black Member of the USO staff are instead of criticizing ,try cooperating a while,
and with sequins .. Sara PoythressIn grieving over the departure of and see how much better off we all will be.
RIB CHOPS, lb. 48c 0 striped taffeta Fran (Op- such standby couples as the Bud Then too, remember to patronize home in
Drink perman) Devlin- black net Stouts, the Harry Tallys, Kate and
ROAST, lb. 34c Earl and Martha Johnson, back George Matthews, Joe and Virginia dustry. There isn't much use to try to,bringin

ROUND or CUTLET STEAK lb. 45c In 'SR from the frigid realms of North Kolek, and the Rlnaldis new industry if we don't patronize the ones
; Carolina Charlie and Kitty Most of them have been In Starke we already have. During the past four years
BRISKET STEW, lb. 24c Mayhugh, making a charming ad- two years or more and have made
dition''to the younger set And themselves a part of the local the Starke Dry Cleaners has added equipmentand
SHORT RIBS, lb. 22c Y college girls Nina BIshop Bobby scene by giving unselfishly of their enlarged its plant sufficiently to take care

Cameron, and Velma Norman, time to volunteer services of the cleaning and laundry needs of this en-
very active, as well as attractive While these wives worked at the
t USO snack bar tire community. Here is an industry that the
ALL MEAT STEW, lb. 38c the men volunteered -
after hard days at Campto town already has and which contributes a substantial

Center Cut Swift's Premium Hams, lb. 55c I'm still catching up on holiday gratify the desires of the many payroll to the channels of trade. In
events and have Just heard of the visitors to the USO -. Meet
Fresh Boston Butt Pork, lb. 34c Dining OutTonightl delightful dinner party Pat Lambe ing such emergencies as broken directly you help yourself when you send your

Swift's Picnic Shoulders ,- gave Christmas evening for a con- I radios, amplifiers, automobiles, business to us rather than out.of'' town. Re-
Whole, lb. 35c genial group of friends Including ventilators, apd whatnot So solve to let us serve you in 1916.
HERMAN'S FRANKS Ib. 35c Robert Green, Gladys] Reddish. Dot I I farewell and good luck to you
Have dinner here In a JlJ.\MIU1& and "Reese" Reese, Grace Green, folks from your friends along

atmosphere where you know Lai] Sternberg and the Harvey Call Street :May good luck
WEST END the food will be deliciously Ottoa Chief center of Inter- .follow you back to your hometowns STARKE DRYCLEANERS
GROCERY & MARKET cooked and est, of course was the lovely dia- and may you let us hear
attractively served. mond that Santa (Robert) Clause from you .
MADISON ST. STARKE. FLA. had Just bestowed upon Gladys PINE

{We Deliver Large or Small Orders :325 Temple Ave. Incidentally (1st Sgt.) Reese So long See you in the and LAUNDRYUIII STAB ttQ

-. las re-enlisted for a threeyearhitch next '
:. -. .- -- "\ and he and Dot and baby I -Carolyn. I

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r- LOCAL NEWS Mrs. W. T. Weeks and Mrs. :Mrs. T. E. Duncan and childrenof Mrs. D. B. White of Fernan- -
BITS of William Lamorte and daughter Gainesville spent Friday with dina is visiting her sister, Mrs. T. : It ItI.xii
Bambl, went to New FOR BUSINESS
York City Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan and F. Grady. 1
Saturday. Mrs. Weeks was calledto family.Mr. 1
of the I Irtne Mr.] and Mrs. Joseph Devlin are the bedside Radio\ Technician 3-c Darby
Cfl Robes arrivedohere Christt spending some time with Mrs.Devlin' Is ill. of her mother, who : and :Mrs. O. L. Beasley andMrs Peek, departed by airliner from : : CAFE
to spend a short visit mother, Mrs. Be mice J. W. Kincald spent the holidays Jacksonville Sunday to rejoin his
Eve and Mr. and Mrs. Opperman.Col. Miss Sylvia Morse returned to with their parents Mr. and ship, the USS Wisconsin, at San 702 TEMPLE AVENUE
with his family lie has :returned and Mrs. D. E. Knight had Stetson University In Deland Mrs. A. C. Durden in Tampa. Pedro Bay Calif., following a 30- I
IC m. Months overseas and saw' as guests Christmas Day Mr. and holidays Wednesday< after spending the I Guests of Mrs. G. W. Alderman day liberty spent with his mother, Seating Capacity For 25 People
hOlD 18 Hawaii. Iwo Mrs. H. V. Knight and children her parents Mr. through the New Year's weekend Mrs. S. L. Peek and family.
iNorth and Mrs
duty ta will report of Gainesville. W. R. Morse. were :Mrs. S. P. Vandlviere Miss MarY Jo Caldwell in train-
Ia.Pan. He for discharge. Capt. and Mrs. E. J. Nix, Jr., Mrs. Rosa Duncan of Atlanta and son Pltner of Bay Pines, ing: as a Cadet Nurse at Charity SANDWICHES SHORT ORDERS
carolina be glad to know spent the week-end with Mrs.: Ga., Is spending a few weeks with Mrs. G. W Marshbum and daugh- Hospital. New Orleans, returnedto
Friends will Jackson Is on his way Nix' parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. ter Janice of Tampa and Miss her duties there Tuesday following I REGULAR MEALS
Blake and Mrs. K. G. Duncan. Mona Claire Marshburn and Pfc
fut to Miami for d1achU'ge Andrews. They left Monday for a holiday spent
california Miss Ruby Lilley returned to Edward Marshburn of Tallahassee with her Mr. and Mrs.
gam the Navy.aw1ng After re- Kansas where Capt. Nix will resume parents ENJOY A GOOD HOME-COOKED MEALIN
from he will spend his partnership with the Hall Tallahassee Tuesday after spend- Mrs. Marcus Brown and children J. E. Caldwell at the Florida I
tlml with his mother, Mrs Machinery Company. ing the holidays with her brother- are spending a few days State Farm. Miss Caldwell was I PLEASANT'SURnOUNDL GS
K Campbell's Accounting Servicemoved in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. with Mrs. Brown's mother, Mrs. visiting her many friends In
Carl Jackson. Titus Olson. Ed Fitzgerald In Tampa. Mrs. Starke during: her vacation. '
and Miss Caro- this week to a new loca-
Mra R. A. Green in Caroline tion above the Tip-Top Groceryon Dr. Charles Larsen, Jr., of Lake- W. B. Mundy went down with Miss Marjorie Sue Middleton ,.
Green were East Call St. land was a recent guest of Col. them Thursday and returned Fri- of Jacksonville the guest of her "
onvlUe Wednesday. and Mrs. D. E. Knight. He was day.Mr. grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. W. SB.Mlddleton. BRINGING 'EM BACK ;

enroute to his new assignment in and Mrs. Van H. Carden .
Get Set to Enjoy Lifeto the Navy Hospital at Great Lakes. and their week-end guests Mr. Mrs. Bertha Pearce had as
111., where he will be In surgery. and Mrs. Hal Snow of) Camp guests Wednesday of last week BY POPULAR DEMAND !
the fullest in 1946 with Misses Mary Alice Yarbroughand Rucker, Ala., spent Sunday with her brother-in-law and sister' Mr.
Wanda Pearce returned to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Long In St. and Mrs. J. T. Thomas of Val-
their studies in Montreal College, I Augustine. dosta, Ga. ON OUR STAGE IN PERSON
PHILCORefrigerators N. C., Wednesday after spendingthe Friends will be glad to know Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendonand
holidays with their respective i that Cyrus E. Beam Is recuperating daughter Jeannette, return..dFriday .
relatives. I at his home north of town to their home In Orlando The All-American Barn DanceWith
Sgt. and Mrs. Harry Reevesof from a recent operation at St. after a holiday visit with Mrs.
& Radios Arcadia are spending a few Vincent's Hospital In Jackson McLendon's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
days with Mr9 Paul Hudgins and E. S. Matthews. your favorite radio stars formerly of
Dr. alI< :Mrs. L. W. Koch. ville.H.. M. Denmark. Miss Leecy Mra. A. G. St. John and children -
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Babcockof Denmark and little Miss Barbara of Olustee were visiting Mr.
Hamilton, Ontario Canada, Denmark all of Jacksonville, were and Mrs. D. D. Woodard Thurs- Renfro Valley Folks and
Sneed Queen are visiting their son-in-law and I week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.L. day night of last week.
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur\ S. Hutto. Mr. and Mrs.\: T. Frank Landrum
A. Scott :Mrs. Jimmie Woodard of Starke and children spent Christmas Day GRAND OLE OPRY
Bkr. 2-c and Mrs. Harold Full- Is expecting her sons home the with Mr. Landru 's parents In
Washing Machines bright of Corpus Christ 1, Texas first of the year. Brooksvllle. '
spent the holidays with Mr. and Ernest W. Allen) A-S, of Camp Miss Pat Lambe took her
Mrs. Arthur Manasaa. Peary, Va., spent Christmas with niece, Patsy Grew, to St. Luke's
Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. his mother, Mrs. Jimmie Wood- Hospital In Jacksonvlla last week- FLORIDA THEATRE Starke
Tony Stevens were Mr. Stevens' ard of Starke. end where Patsy underwent a
Estate Stoves parents of Tampa and his brother, Mrs. Eldridge Smith and daughter tonsilectomy. Her mother, :Mrs.
Russell Stevens also cf) Tampa. Diana, will return this week- John Grew, wall already in Jacksonville FRIDAY JANUARY 4
Mrs. Wilbur Scott has returned end from Shifbuta. Miss., where and they returned( Sun- ,
from a. week's visit in DeLand they spent the holidays with rel day.Mrs.
with her brother-in-law and sister, atives. M. F. Brown and children CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE
Mr. and Mrs.: : Walter Glatzau. Miss Ethel Strickland of Atlanta returned to their home in Starke
CI::: Mrs Arthur Welbe of Moncton has been the holiday guestof Wednesday following a visit In 'With Entire Change' of Program
Ontario, Canada Is the guest of Mrs. R. M. Crosby and Mrs. Tampa with MI'!!. Brown's mother, Maiintc and Nlyht
< her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Mabel: Sullivan. Mra. J. J. Fitzgerald.
and Mrs. Wilbur\ A. Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Tillman F. Hutto W. S. "Billy" Colson. son of
Q. w Bill Parker reported to Green spent Friday visiting in Jackson I Dr. and Mrs. Lemuel Colson,
Cove Springs Friday after spending ville.Mrs. left Starke Sunday to attend Em- SEE AD! HEAR
cu 30ay( leave with relatives ,: Ruth Fitzwater and daugh- ory University In Atlanta, Ga.
here. He expects to be discharged ters of Brownton,W. Va., are visit- Mrs. L. D. Vining returned to
< 9:= this month. ing her mother, Mrs. Jimmie Starke Wednesday following a Charie Arnett Renfro Valley's Favorite

Lee Perkins of PalaU has been Woodard.J. visit with her slster-ln-lnw, Mrs. Announcer and Entertainer.
== transferred to the meat marketIn W. Phillips returned Wednes- W J. Timmerman, In Stockton,

Z Lovett's Grocery here. day from Atlanta Ga, where he Georgia.The Daisy Mae That Little Songbird from
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Halslop I visited his brother T. Sgt. Elmer Rev. and Mrs. Hugh Pyleof ,
Mrs. Inez Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, who is confined in the Groveland are guests this the Hills of Old ''Kentucky and LateStarof
Alton Dobbs and daughter, Eloise, hospital there. week of the Rev. and :Mrs. L. D.
Mr. & Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy spent Tuesday with relatives in Friends will be glad to know Haines. While hero Mr. Pyle con- Pappy Cheshire's Program.
Lake City. that Alan Hall and H. M. McRaeare ducted the New Year's Eve serv-
James 'Deaver Manager Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Simmons improving after being injuredin ice and the Wednesday Prayer Kentucky Slim The South's Champion
spent this week in Miami and at- an automobile accident week Meeting at the Baptist Church. Fiddler and Second Edition of Roy
Childress Asst. ManagerR. tended the Miami University and before last. Mr. Hall) is out of Oy. Sgt. Wm. F. Godwin left
Johnny Holy Cross game there Saturday the hospital and Mr. McRae will Sunday for a visit in Miami with Acuff. f
.. night -ir .- bo out within.the next few days. his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. ..._ 4M #t "* T- J -* ..**wf' ,
D. Taylor; Market- Manager ;; After !spending! a holiday leave They were injured when the car and Mrs. E. H. Register. Curt Blair Singing the Songs You Like. :
with his parents, Joe Andrews, overturned near Lawtey as the result Misses Idalou and Marjorle:
Jr. re-turned this week to Yale of a Ure 'blowout.Mr. Davis Clarice Thomas'Catharine Wanda: Lee The Little Mountain Maid
University where he will continuehis and Mrs. M. C. Wells) of Nollman, Virginia Sewell, and .
Army course in the Japanese Jacksonville were New Year's day Barbara Keen returned to FSWCin with the Personality.
NAT SEZ: language. guests of Mr*.. and Mrs. L. S. Tallahassee Wednesday after
Mr. and Mrs. W11\ lard\ Pass returned Hutto. spending the holidays at their The Hatfield'Sisters West Virginia'sGift
See where Illrohlto broke down Thursday to their home in Mr. and Mrs' W. B. Haynes of homes in Starke. the Radio.
:' 4J D the other day and admitted to the Atlanta. Ga. after a visit with Fitzgerald, Ga., spent the week- to
wasn't divine Well Mrs. Pass' parents, Mr. and Mrs. end here with their cousin, Mrs. -- --.
that he
/c Japs Lorenzo: Green. Bertha Pearce. Ches "Cupie" Davis You Will Laugh,
welL Unless those Japs are a lot Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis and Mrs. J. M.t'Allen and sons of Jil You Will Scream at This Hillbilly. ;
dumber than I think they arettmost daughter Miss Jean Davis, and Starke spent Christmas with :Mrs) ,
of them probably laughedup A. W. Anderson, Jr. spent New Allen's mother, Mrs. A. G. St.
their kimona sleeves and said Year's Day In Archer visiting John of Olustee. .". ..... Make a Dale to Sec and Hear the People You
Mr. and Mrs Jack Jarrold and (-- ,'f\',
(to themselves) "Ha ha. We relatives.Lemuel Colson, Jr. Is spendingthis children. Jackie and Beverly, Have Keen Listening to on the Air Over the

knew It all the time. week in Mount Dora with spent the New Year's holidays MADE TO ORDER Biggest Networks.A .
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David Gassett arrived at Camp and Mrs. W. W. Packham. Show for the Entire Family Guaranteed
LadiesCheste'rfield Miss Garnlta Hutto and Miss
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II CoatsNew t and Mrs. James Mayes of Austin. Bell, 11th and
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days with Mr. Mayes' mother and his first solo airplane flight
other relatives and friends here. and will be Issued a private pilot' Beautiful 2-Piece Living Room Suit
Jerry Norman Is very ill at his license shortly.
home In Hellbronn after return- Pre Johnnie Chalker returnedto .
ing there from a stay In the hospital. his Army post at Yuma Ariz., TWO-TONE u'
New Year's Day following) a two pL/ I
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S S SS S . S S roast turkey and baked hair Win-Florid 4-H The Swiss Plan of No. 4345. COUNTY FLOIUD/o.I IN W, !
I[ Championships ]I ORDER OP" PUBLICATIONAND CEI4Y.Bellie '
There was cranberry sauce sal :". Tilitary TrainingIn NOTICE TO APPEAR Klinger Person. Plaintiff.. I

ClayHill ads, fruit cake pies and veje STATE OF FLORIDA to: Gladys Hlnrnn Person, Defendant CaMe No.

: tables. I was glad some one said of their outstanding 4-H records in food preparation Hartunv. whose residence. and address 4242.
recognition view of the American con- Is 921 Dlnwlddle Street, Portsmouth ORDER OF PUBLICATION 4
Dy Lura Burgess grace since Mr. Brinson was not IN girls' record and Victory Garden three Florida club girl hare troversy over compulsory military Virginia.You AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

there. Those were happy pleas been named 1945 state champions In their reapectlre club activities. are required to appear on STATE 01" FLORIDA to: IIhl10, .
S S S S SS details of the plan of:
S S S S S S training. January 14, 1S4B, in the above Person, whose residence
brief outlines of their records followly' and
ant moments aa we gathered around The winners and named Court and cause, wherein .. Cd.
WHEREIN JOY BELlS KINO IN the Swiss Republic should be of dress In Avenue duPrado No si? 1
the table. There was humor plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Marseille, Franc. >
I ,- Interest. training'taken la
MY HEART ON CHRISTMASDAY conversation which la w 1 Compulsory County Telegraph shall publish You are required to appear
AUNT LILLIE RETURNS apd ease in as a matter of course in thin Order In next tour weekly January 11, 104(1( In the Oft
; found only when members of a I I."es. named, Court and cause., whnr.I'plaintiff |
Switzerland and It Is well under-
HOME; TilE OOUNTKYSCIIOOWKACnEB colored Witness my hand and official seeks annulment r.nMtorat
A and
GOES TQ family are stood that the Citizens' Army Is seal at Starke, Florida this December Ion of maiden name. Uniii
maid slipped quietly about givingone 12, 1945. ford County Telegraph. shall *
for defense) only. nuh
TOWN. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, limb this Order In next four weebiJ
the sense of well being security Swiss boys of 19 are called to Ait Clerk of said Court Issues.' ''
You have to believe in happinessIt and contentment. In the T. Frank Landrum, Starka:: Florida Witness my hand and orrici.iaenl
the School for Recruits given a for Plf. 18-14 4t 1-4 I
at Stark, Florida,
isn't an outward thing. afternoon we gathered In the living : .4., this D..
find a. I. haircut, a uniform and military pern her 12, 1945
Aye. many a heart could room. The rain beat on the (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. i. Thom.
and thereafter
equipment IN ClIICriT COITltT. mtADFOHDCOINTY. .
As Clerk of said Court.
roof. I
window and enjoyed
content "
panes drilled for three months or BO ; FI.OHIUAI IN CIIANCKIIY. T. Frank Landrum. Starke,
the road the and being with people J I ; > FlorIda
If it saw the Joy on ease fall. Atty. for 1 lf. 13-14 tt
every summer or They usually Raffaell Romeo Plaintiff, vs. Dome- lot
it went; love. Thanks to the Brinsons for look on military service as tt lea Frlsxonl Kom.o, Defendant.

The Joy ahead when It had to a Joyous Christmas for without The Case No. 4246.ORDER IN CIRCUIT: COURT nilAnpnnn
free summer vacation.
their hospitality it would WT'c.- a OF1 PUBLICATIONAND rOtlNTY, FLOHIUAl IN I.'U_
grieve- generous military life is rude hayloft.often NOTICE TO APPEAR CERY.Ned .
For the Joy is there-but you have been Just another lonely Cetherlne Thompson their STATE OF FLORIDA to: Dome- Brock, Plaintiff, vs. Aim.
Myera taking the place of comfortable -
believe. holiday. I nica Frisson I Romeo, whose address Brock. efendant. Case No 421,.
have to Swiss homes and rations !In Isolato No. 2-.Olosta No. .61, ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Maloch. We are so glad that Aunt Lillie Delilah Myers, IE. of Miami ments in the National 4-H Girls' not "what Mother Town of MoHslna, Providence of AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

Wilkinson has returned to her wins a 9100.00 U. S. Savings Bond Record Activity with a $100 U. S. always being: Messina Country of Italy. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Aim,
The Brinsons cams to my boardIng provided by Servel, Inc., for her Savings Bond provided by Montgomery used to make." But a boy who You are required to appear on Brock, whose residence. Is 21 U [liar.|
home. We missed her so very January 11, 1946, In the above bee fritreet, Houston, Texas.
house to get me Christmas achievements in the 4-H Food Ward. During six years does not pass his army require- named Court and cause, wherein You are required to appear

Day. I felt like a queen. When much, at church, too and her Preparation Activity. Her six In club work the girl sewed ments Is unhappy when his comrades plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford January 21, 1496, In the above nan.ed ti>.

coat in the hall home looked lonely and empty year record In club work shows made over or mended S3: garments march away without him. County Telegraph shall publish. Court and cause. wherein plain.
arrived I put
I my without her. She often does substitute that she planned prepared and raised 136 White Indian this Order 1 n next. four weekly tiff seek. divorce Bradford Counlt
and walked Into the living room. The troops are stationed all over Issues. Telegraph shall publish this Order
Includ- Runner ducks (her specialty),
teaching in our school. served 64 balanced meals. Witness my hand and official In next four weekly Issues.
A fire danced merrily In the fire- James and brother ing liB special dishes- and bake canned 575 jars of foods made the country. This gives a chance seal at Starke Florida,' this December Wttness my hand anti nfflclil

place. Above It a mirror reflected Killingsworth ings. The girl also raised 3,600 many home Improvement articles they would not otherwise have to 12 194t seal at Starke, Florida, this D rem.
I spent Christmas with theIr (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. 19411.OFFICIAL .
George ,Thomas her 19.
made 47 and five demonstrations.
The feet of garden gave
candles. with their brother
holly and square get acquainted
gay An Clerk of said Court. SEAL) A. J.
Mr. and Mrs. :J. L. Kll- ( Thom
sparkling Christmas tree seemed parents, garments, and has proved to bea She completed six 4-H projects Swiss of differing culture and T. Frank Landrum Starke:: Florida As Clerk of said Court.

smile at like a happy child.I llngsworth. dependable club leader. and won many placings on her Atty. for Plf. 12.14 4t 1-4 Zach H. Douglas, QalncnvlllH, pt|
to me language.It
Mr. and Mrs. Winton Parrish exhibits. In addition she servedas Atty. for Plf. 12-21 It Lit

had a secret feeling one of the and family returned to Chlefland Catherine Thompson 16 of leader of demonstrations at has been found that compulsory iv: COI'MTY.CIHCIIT' FLOIIIUtl coi'RT. \nrnitn f\\ CHANCEUY. -

packages beneath might be for Friday after spending the holidayswith Miami. Is rewarded for her out club camp and also of a groupof military service gives a .

me. I stood there gazing and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. standing "all around" achieve- younger club members. young man a respect for author" vs.Felix I"St.e Jean Clair Stevens Stevens, Plaintiff, RADIOS

llent. Then behind me someone F. D. Lang. has been ,. ity and a feeling of responsibility Case No. 4260.ORDEH .
of Mascotte
said "Christmas !" I turned Joyce Merritt. 17. OF 'Derendant'l! REPAIREDPROMPT
gift O. Herndon and family the named Florida's entrant to be consideredfor in public office which is all AND NOTICE TO .\

gratefully to the speaker for that woodsman from Brlnaon't at Camp sectional honors in the National 4-H to the good when his brief service STATE OF FLOIUDA to .,

greeting had truly made the day No. 1 near the schoolhouse spent Victory Garden Activity awards in which Is over and 'he is back in civil known.Stevens' whose residence IH un SERVICE

perfect. The dining room with Christmas with relatives close to are provided by the Sears.Roebuck Foundation 1
Its holly decorations, bowl of Valdosta Oa. Her 4-H record shows that she life.The Swiss soldier takes his January 21. 1916, In the above
raised total of 4V4 acres of a year-round named Court and cause, wh..r..lnplaintiff
i fruit and nuts was fragrant with Mrs. Gertie Faircloth, the head garden during eight years of club work. For whole equipment home with him seeks divorce. Bradford DAHMER'SGIFT

her outstanding club leadership Joyce was and when he is called up again County Telegraph shall publish! this
- KXilllUTBALANCES".." Order In next four weekly Issues. SHOP
CITY Or $' NTAIIKF FLORIDA awarded a short course scholarship In 1942. lie only has to change Into his Witness my hand and official seal

ntOKIKIttl CITY FUND Seven state co-winners who also receive a uniform to be at once a part of at Starke, Florida, this December

STATEMENT OH" IIPGKIPTH 'lnTn''FJItIFJNT'' AND |25 U. S. Savings Bond are: Carl Griffin the He has always U, 194S MIONE 60
OCTOBKH: 1,1"4 TO HRPTRMDRn 80, 5545 army. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
BECINNIVO CAsh II ILANCK. OCTOBKH 3. 144 of Jacksonville; Bonnie Talley Bascom; been the only soldier on the /V" Clerk of nil 111 Court. 110 EAST CALL ST.
Canto on Hand I 3.7 j1.S05.08 Dorothy Johns Miami: Faye 'Venrick, Palmetto Zach H. Douglas, Gainesville, Fla.
RECEIPTS1"1 'In Florida Bank at Stark. $ 1.807.84 ; Nancy Olivetti Ft. Lauderdale: j continent who Is trusted to keep Atty. for Plf. 12-21 4t 1.11 UELI
? his rifle. With hIs
Current Taxes Marie Kirby Lake City and Sarah Carter.

: Discounts Allowed I 18,484.411..ei.s 688.97 15.V1S.44 Chipley. Joyce 1 Merrltt between times he .wins laurels

(literally as a winner has a laurel

TS.X Rolls Collection- Schedule 1939-43"4" Tax 3UfI.8 wreath put on his hat) in the IN THE SOUTHEAST

Tax Collection Tear Prior to 1139 19043 cook at our cafeteria was seriously Jimmy Alvarez shooting matches which are the More people drink Atlantic Ale and Beer than any other.It .
Occupational Licenses ,
8,111860 1U of flu but Is better at chief relaxation of the Swiss and
Pudding Permit
317.60 must be...
Electric and Plumbing, Permits 181.00 this' writing. High School Junior, have made him the best sharpshooter 4t

Hewer Fines and Taps Bond and Fees 8,189.00 120.00 The PTA gave the children on Sells Story Plot In Europe. IL

Paving- AsseiiiimeritM! 7. 82.04 Christmas a bag of candy nuts Education not money birth or
Road and Bridge Tax
Transfer. from Board of Iond Trustees 3000.00 and tangerines. Mrs. Nellie Wllk- Jimmy Alvarez member of the position la the only pass key to L

Transfer Water and Electric Fund 11,000.00 Ison of Hugh Is our president.Fred Junior Class at.'PHS, Is atlll the higher grades in the army.It .
MowIng Sinking Fund 1000 Lang: and Mr. Stricklandwere himself to If he's
ReceiptsHalo 18375 pinching see cannot be too strongly
of Old City Truck US.00 repairing the broken bridge awake.
stressed that military service in
Mlar-ellanoou .
Receipt 17.17 when the truck
Unaccounted for To, Balance 1.91 Several weeks ago Jimmy who Switzerland Is for defense only
with workers arrived.
TOTAL RECEIPTS TO makes himself useful around the and bas been .so ever since the

EXHIBIT "A" 11I.851.418 At this writing, I am In Jack USO snack bar after school hours Congress of Vienna In 1815, pro

TOTAL CASH AVAILABLE sonville. I had not been here since
DI9BUII1IOMENTNQen 57,359.152 wrote a mystery tale entitled nounced the perpetual neutralityof
> :ral City
'. Schedule and <'R1"Road 27.316.J/ breathing the wonderful air Iget Curtis Publications in answer to does not make a young
Operating Expenes
&'hedulefli" 17.090(1 a glorious sense of well be- an ad for plot material he had Swiss warlike or fierce. It
Com of Sidewalk Ing. The sun is so warm I had
49.88 .
Intercut Rend seen In a writers magazine. strengthens his love of country -- -- -
on OiKntandlnir 1,510.00 to remove coat. I Just came
Interest Water my and his determination to defend
on and Revenue Certificate. 1,443.11 Several weeks laten a telephone
Retirement of Water and Revenue back from a long walk. The his native soil'as his forefathers Ade c.ee.-bee9.8,AlJ.Ia csae'ce.ew.ee.. al.s'.
Certificate No. 1 call came to the usa for Jimmy.He .
Payment: on Clara** and Storage E'ulldlna-! 1000.00 1,000.00 grass is green the poinsettias are wasn't In, but a pleasant voiceat have done for the past 650 years. -
Dond Trustee blooming and the palms wave in
113.00 Swiss look forward to
boys being
the other end of the line stated
Refund Fine and Bond
7600BOO the breeze. The river Is full
Refund License.*: that Jimmy was ,being awarded a part of what may well be called
Refund boats that hoot and pass on. I "
33.00 $:SOO for his plot. Only when the this man's army. A boy with
Plumbing and Electrical Permit. 37.00 went to St. Johns Church for.com-
Contribution. for Health Education and call was later verified with a a delinquent record Is not allowed

-. Clvlo Purpose Schedule "B-1" 4,011.02 munion. I enjoyed every I momentof check and congratulations, did to be a part of It. As far .. this + January 31
stay here-hence am gladI
TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS EXHIBIT "A" 18.04.37 my Jimmy believe it. writer knows there is no juvenile
often. ThisIs
do not get to come
In Switzerland.
CASH! BALANCE, SEPTEMBER 30, 194S SCEDULK "I" 1,11111.15 a friendly city clean and busy. The "on of Mr. and Mrs. Rafe delinquency
E.C.H. in Christian Science
I shall await now the coming of Alvarez of Starke Jim writes

CITY OK .TAHKB. FLORIDA "CH OB"BSCilKDITI.R "n-i the New Year. 'When the bells mystery plots and draws pencil i Monitor. : THE LAST DAY

(U1N I'1"AI.OF IHSIIUHftKMtONTS CITY PUNn will ring out the old and in the sketches in his spare Ume. He Hyde Closes

ocTonicn I, 1144 TO KPTMMIIKR no, IMS new. Happy New Year. May this hopes to enter a school for Journallam Blanding Bar ,
Police Department Salaries be the happiest of all your life. universityafter

Police Department Miscellaneous Expense I ,,,461.4s God bless -Lw's.S graduation from high school
,4m.Jl you. Eric B. Hyde who has operated
Fire Fire Department Snlarlos .9791.50) and the $MO award will go Intoa Center Bar for the +_ FOR MEN NOW IN THE ARMY TO
Department Miscellaneous Expense. .08(1.97 S S S S S S S S S Blanding past
fund for that
Office RitlarlesOffice ',60 .OI) purpose. two: years, has turned the opera
Miscellaneous: Expenie RETAIN THEIR GRADES
Other MtHcellaneoua. Expense ,040.20 Theressally tion of the business back to Blan PRESENT

Insurance .128.79 411. \ Final IRTC Units ding Center Inc., and has also +, '

TOTAL TO EXHIBIT Irene Cochrane At closed the soda fountain In the BY REENLISTING. .
17.2ie.37 Camp Blanding
O.BaVS Zf'AJSSlSF bowling alley building. Mr. Hyde
Street and S S S S S S S S S S S C I
Street and Garbage "B"t ll.2tl.03: Stage Last ParadeThe purchased a home In Starke some .

Bridge Watchman 4,774.2 61.50 George Packham. S 1-c, who Is time ago and will continue to Men now in the Army who reenlist HIGHLIGHTS OF THE NEW

TOTAL TO KXHIB1T 17.090.81 stationed in Savannah la spendIng last units to'train at Camp make his home here. before February I will ENLISTMENT PROGRAM

CONTnIlH'TIO"' 14015 11101"1/1', EDtCAT'ON: AND CIVIC HUHPOHK the holidays with his parents Blanding Infantry Training Replacement ,
Clay.Hradfnrd health The C. Smith GardAer studio be reenlisted in their
lice nf Utllitiell Donated Clinic to Dltren.e 1.8110.00 Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Packham. Center paraded in final another business that depended present 1. Enlistment for IVi, 2 or 3 ys"
usa Entertainment 71&.01 Sgt. and Mrs. Merle Packham review at Stewart Field grade. Men honorably discharged (1-year enlistment permitted for n.n
of Librarian lH.D5 Saturday largely on the soldier trade recently now in Army with 6 months' srrvm. .)
?ror iaw 300.00 from Alabama spent the Christ- before their commander MaJ. Gen. tan reenlist within 20
Fund 100.00 closed in Blandlng! Canter. 2. Enlistment eg. from 17 to 34 VM"
American Red Cross mas holidays with their parents, Frank L. Culln, Jr. Inclusive for in Army
100.00 Mr. Gardner and his eon, Francis days after discharge in the except men now
Board of Public Instruction Community Canning Center Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hall and Mr. The review who may reenlut at ..
1.000.00 marked the close of any sg
have returned to their home in grade they held at the time; of ,
TOTAL TO EXHIBIT "B" and Mrs. W. W. Packham. the final phase of training in the 3. r..nUatlnllretalo present grailM
I 4.011.03 Miami.It aft r
If they reenlist within 20 days
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Britt and IRTC discharge, provided they reenlist -
which I Instructed 1946.
200,000men Is also expected that P. S. discharge and before February 1,
CITY 0. %IITUtKE n.ORin sons. Elbert Carlton and Eugeneof for combat duty with the Stores, Inc., another tenant of before February 1, 1946. 4. The best pay scale, medical cut
1I0"nn OP' no'llo TltI""rFJIoJII W"1'IUt AIIIIJ EI.F.CTR'O J1'VNn Lake Geneva, Mr and Mrs. J. Army Ground Forces food, quarters and clothing; in Aria
S'rATEME Olt' since It was
Ttpit-lP'i" 1JIIlItt'R"IiJItlIiJNTIi Handing Center, will close its
ANt) n L NCESBEGINNINn history.

lltLNt'I5 OC'I'OUFII i I.OCTUlseii 15-84 TO NEI'.r861wu86ft 1, 1944 ao, ItHII 3. Sharpe arid Jan and tte daughters of Mlddleburg DolaMae activated.A local branch the first of the year. There' a long list of attractive 5. An Incr..... In the reenlistirwit

Cah on Hand little more than 1,300 train reenlistment privileges in the bonus to $50 for each year' of "Ktivt
t 8389
RECEIPT"Ca.h 'In Florida nnnk at Stark. 11,600.93 t 11,68481 and Mr*. tula Burkhart pent ees paraded. Including the 232nd YOU ARE REDED In the new Armed forces Voluntary service since such bonus wss la.t P""".
Christmas Day with the Thomas Battalion or since last entry into service.
Electricity and scat tel' e d companies CHAMBER OF COMMKRCE.JOIN Recruitment Act of 19. *
WaterPr 10O41.70 family. IS. The 6. Up to 90 day" paid furlough,
"Ice 11,717.34 in the 218th and,229th Bat- TODAY. ability to keep pending on length of service, with fi"*
Deposits and R. M. Veale of your
Mrs. present
Delinquent Collection 4,465.00\ talions. Col. O. L. Davidson, lougli travel paid to home and rst0*

Electricity and Water for. NHupplles 15053\ Ft. Denning Ga., are visiting commanding officer of the Sixty- I\ rmri'ir COIMT. DR nIl'ORD (grade is only one of them hut for men now in Army who enlist.

166.68 their sister', Mr. and Mrs. J. C. first Regiment was commanderof ('OCX' TV. FI.ORIII.1 IX C1IAM- this privilege expires on 7. A 30-day furlough every year atM
Reconnecting fKHV.Pallle .
and Transfer Charges 37.00 pay.fl. ,
Redepaiilt of Return* ('heck. 147.73 Cochrane and family. troops.In Margaret Shrout, Plaintiff.vs. January 31. Mustering-out (based up.a
Unaccounted for There will be services Melvin Moore Shrout, Defendant. pay
To Balance preaching "'
9.60. the who
marking closing of trainIng Case No. 4262.O1t1)ER : There length of service) to all men
at the Baptist Church next Sun- are plenty of other discharged to reenlist.
135.31T.47 day morning at 11 o'clock and the men who worked at the AND NOTICE TO APPEAR reasons why many thousandsof 9. Option to retire at half pay for!1d*
TOTAL CASH!' AVAILABLE center STATE OF FLORIDA to: Melvin after 20 :years' anvice_increasmlthreequarter t
IIUURIImMEN'I't! 147,0119 Sunday night at 7:30: by Rev. who have done their work there Moore Hnrnut. who. residence I Is: men have enlisted and more pay. after 30 yearr H?

Electric Plant Schedule "C-1" 40.143.4 Squires from Palatka. Come and with a high degree of efficiency IHO N. Pollard St. Arlington, Virginia. thousands are enlisting every vice). All previous active federal ntutary -
Rlertrlo .
water and Dlitrlbutlnn Sewer Department- Schedule_ "C.I" 15,743.49 bring a friend. throughout the war. You are required to appear on day. You'll certainly want to service count toward r.tire..n ofRicht. '-

Schedule "C.1" 10IIU.OS Mr. and Mrs. John Eppa of Baltimore !- General Culln who came here January 21. 1944, In the above can,- know all of the opportunitiesopen 10. Benefits under the OI Bill
Service Deposit Refund ed Court and cause, wherein plain- ..
the Christmas
Utility TaxTransfer 3.276.00 1.611.23 are spending last September, led units of the tiff seeks divorce A cuntody of to you. If you'll read 1 1. Family allowancs for the tern of

to City: Treasurer 12,000.00 holidays with their father D. J. Ninety-ninth "Checkerboard" Infantry minor child. Bradford County T le- them enliitment for dependent of men who
IT. S. Government ItnncU Purchased graph shall publish this Order In carefully you'll know
7400.00 Phillips and family.Mr. enlist before July 2. 1946.
Payment on Construction/of Building. Division Into combat Just next four weekly Issues.Witness .' why a job in the new : *
and Mrs. Walter peac&time 12. Opportunity to learn one or nw
at Plant 1030.00 four days before the Battle of the my hand anil. official I
Payment on New Electrical. Unit pIU.on Oakland, Calif., are spending Bulge. He also seal at Utarke, Florida, this December Regular Army is being of 200 skill and trade
Returned Check. 147.72 played a prominent 19. un.OFFJCIAL. regarded "The 13. Choice of branch of service .1Id i
the Christmas holidays with their I role In the Third Army's ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, today as Best- oversea theater in the Air Ground of

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS: EXHIBIT "A" 103.180 father J. J. Zeigler. and family.Mr. smashing drive across southern As Clerk of said Court. Job in the World." Service Forces on 3-year ."h.talto
Chan. K. Hess 204-05 Realty. ft Id*.
CASH E'LANCE, SEPTEMBER :3,0. 1945 SCEDULE "1'. 5 44.66131SCIIEDVLSO and Mrs. E. S. Sibley and Germany as commander of the Jacksonville, Fla.. Atty. for Tlf. -

daughter Ruth and Grace Dickinson Eighty-seventh "Acorn" Division. 3-Z1: 4t 1.11

euriOF MTtllKK. FI.ORIT.A C.1 spent Christmas Day with Mr. The Training Center which had lor: "lnrt'.T COURT BRADFORD PAY PER MONTH- MONThLY
sr-pa iipi'L12 05" llCfltitKME4TS: Sibley's parents in DeLand.Mr. a strength of almost 60.000 COI' TV. FLOHIIttt IX CHANTKIIY. 'Cerfleq :
OF UO'4fl 'rRvs'lEi'e men INCOMI
wa'ro. ENLISTED MtN ,
OC"t'O"t:1I 1. 15845 TO ..a.I"rtaln.H AND U1CTRIC. IH3 Ft'ND and Mrs. Murray Castle- at its peak In May of 1944, has .oule D. Berry Plaintiff, vs. hester Isse Per ay 20 '_.' 3D r....,

ELECTRIC Halarle P'.AN'I'* berry were shopping In Gaines only a few thousand officers and Berry. Defendant. Case tin. 421. II .dditiea... I. Feed. L.dgisg! Muter Sergeant MAf5 Service $"..

Power Purchased 2 '.U8.0T ville Monday.Mr. enlisted Onl>ER OF PUBLICATION Clollln ssd Madltal Cue $1".2'
10.2 19.16 men left. The last regiments AND NOTICE TO APPEAR or First Sers..nt $138.00 $89.70

Fuel Repair Oil. Part.. In.2111. and Mrs. Fred Mason and and battalions are scheduled STATE OF FLORIDA to: Hester Technical Sergeant 114.00 74.10 1Z8.Plua '
and Supplle S.9113.8. daughter Inez and Irene Coch- terry, when residence I.. Box 1(3,
Lubricating Oil 1.13R.95I1B.33\ to close their headquartersthis Mary.vllle, Tennessee.Tou (.)- 20"" Increase fM St.1f Sergeant 96.00 62AO 108.00S.I'Yic.O".L '

TelephoneInsurance' rane were shopping In Palatkaand month. are required I to appear on (b-Plu. Sergeant 78.00 0.70 87:1'
1.24.47 Gainesville Saturday. January 14. 1946. I In t h e above 50"" It Member of Flying 14.
Corporal 66.00
TOTAl. TO EXHIBIT Mr.: and Mrs. W. D. Garrett of named Court and cause wherein Crew.. Parachutist. .tC:. (c) 4290
KLECTI11C nitTRIBUTIO\ "C" '0142.U JOIN TIlE CHAM HER OF plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford -Plu. 5% Increase in Pay Private First C.. '4.00 3'.10 60."

Salaries Daytona were visiting Mrs. Garret COMMKHCE: and help build County Telegraph a h a II publish for Each 3Y..n of Servic. Private 0.00 32.50 ,6.J'

Poatage and Office Supplies I 8.044.X1 171.:90 ,. fs mother Mrs. J. P. Dick. Starke.WAR. this. .Order In nest four weeklysues. -

Truck Freight and Car. 164 04 inson, and family. Witness r-.y >.nd and official ,
Line Material Qae. Oil, and R..palra TOO.as Friends of Mr. and Mrs.' Jim-I seal at Starke, Florida this Deemher Sit THI JOB THROUGH NEAR1U
1,806.03TOTAL. : ( It 1..,::. .aNUsrNOWAryOU.
TO EXHIBIT! "C" mie Swindell welcome them back OFFICIAL SEAL, ) A. J. Thomas, U. S AMY KHViTfNO STATION
WATKH AND MKWGIt DEPAHTMK1MT 15.743.4J: into our community. They livedIn A. Clerk of said Court. S. ARMYBE
8atart. Starke 1 Zach H. Douglas, Ualnei-vlUe. Fla.Atty. .
Material and SupplU I ..'89 50 for a short while. m for Plf. ll-U 4t 1-4
., Miscellaneous a.429'54 Mrs. J. P. Dickinson and Walter A
119.04: Sibley I v rincrrr coi'RT. BRADFORDCOI'NTV. 250 P. O. Bldg.Jacksonville .
were shopping in
I 10.1121.01 stone Friday, BONDS ..tH\: '. Fla.rAGE .
I. Ifartunr, Plaintiff. TS. AIM OMOUMD CMVICC rOMCBC ,


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oil paintings put up where I seal at Stark., Florida this De- As Clnrk Of said. Court. .I known I 194(1.(
WVMtt.. .S ) thought they were out of the chil- .il h..r 37. 1645.OFFICIAL Zach II. Douglas Ualnesvlllo. Fla.Atty You are required to appear on Dated this 13th day of December.
t: ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas for Plf. 12-14 4t 14 February 4. 194. In the above named 1943. I
..., dren's reach. I happened to look .As Cl.rk of .ald Court. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff A. J. THOMAS
n. n. Duncan 617 Lynch Building seeks divorce. Bradford County I ITel..ra.ph Clerk of Circuit, Court of l.iradtordCounty ;
Ing an automobile1. One for up at them and there were marks IN CIRCUIT covii'r. BRAI>KOIinCOUNTY. ,
DtlIee RoM running Jacksonville, Florida, Atty for Pit. shall publish this Order Florida.
I.N 'SIANAleaii -
By I away with a man. Another where little fingers had dragged t...:It Y. FLOKIUAl In next tour weekly Itisues.. I 2-14 4t 1OFFJCIAL SEAL)

that a crime waves has her mouth washed out with down across one of them. I called Moore, Plaintiff vs. Roy Lee Witness mr hand and official. seal BRADFORD 1
!cnGW' at Starke. Florida, this December '
We all our country jWJt. aa\\ soap all the time for using pro. the children together and the boys IN niiri'iT cni'itT. BIIAI>FOHCOI1MTY. .) Moore OKDKU Defendant.OF PUBLICATION Case No. 4238. 21. 1945. I' COUNTY. FLORIDA *N CUAltCKRY. -
lIW'eeplnl countries noW. J. Edffareveryone fanity. Another, arrogant and denied doing it and I looked at AND NOTICE TO APPEAR A.(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said. Court.) A. J. Thomas, Refoe L.. Schwall. Plaintiff vs. Mae

I III lIIost hlLll warned that sullen, Is In for being an accomplice Judy and she so very soberly said, vs.Martha Martin Oreg-ory Jo..oI th Filling-Fllllnger Plaintiff, Defen !Moore STATE whose OF1 FLORIDA repi"mneo to is.: 11&Roy Cunningham Lee. Zach II. Douglas, Ualnesvllle, Fla. .aret No.Black 4275.ORlER Schwall. Defendant,
toover for Plf. 1-SS Case
} majority ot offenders areJuveniles. In robbery. All mixed together "I wanted to !see.! It hardly seemed dant. Case No. ,4J 9. Maryvllle, Tennessee.You Atty. 1U OF PUBLICATION
1M Is our problem. they are marched off for ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND are required to appear onJanuary AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
This proper spank her, but I did NOTICE TO APPEAR 14. 1946. In the abovenuined STATIC OF FLORIDA to: MarJaret .
rhlldren of America are our breakfast Later she Is called explain that she must tell me the STATE OF FLORIDA to: Martin Court and cause wherein NOTJ(' OF APPLICATIONKMIi Black Schwall whose resl-

0 It is also reported again-this time to go to the office. next time she wanted to see. Jo.eph FllllnB 402 7th Avenue, County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce shall Bradford publish lions. TAX Hill N.DIcES 1MII3 I. R.F.D. No.7. % I Mrs. Shel
50nbJ1ItY. No. 1I Petersburg Pike,
? not all Juvenile delln- Then she Is questioned some Children Brooklyn. New York. thla Order in next four weekly NOTiCE IS HEREBY lIVEN, don Richmond, Stop Virginia.%
Is are determined and we You are required to appear on Issues. ;
Isplllntal that M. F. Wiggins the holder of
that Jv the main trouble more. Always the girls are askedIf January 85, 1948, In the above named Witness You are required to appear on
but must learn my hand and officialCral .
% to cope with this determination the following certificates has filedsaid February 4. It4l. In the above named
quency. delinquency. Too many they left because of a boy. Theyare of Court and cause, wherein plaintiff at Htarke }Florida this De- certificates for .n tax deed to Court and cause wherein plaintiff
theirs. Recentlymy seeks dlvorc Custody & Con .
camber 12 ,
of rearingIIdre' be Issued thereon. The certificate Bradford CountyTelegreph
their Job told too that they will have trol of Minor Child. AUo aupport seeks divorce.
In boy tried to ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas the
failed explain to me '
shall publish this OrderIn
have teaching for Child. Bradford County Telegraph : t"tiO'.n'i"d: : :
and properlY to stand a physical examination. about Christmas: Seals and a few shall publish this Order in Zach Clerk H. said Court. the next four weekly issues.Witness .
'Pollel. Ualnesvllle Fla. In
/ names which It was assessed areas official
hand and
thelll right from wrong. After one day she Is tired and other things they wanted money next Witness four weekly hand Issue and official Atty. for 1'lf. 12-14 4t 1-4 follows: seal at Starke my Florida title December
weeks ago the Tel- 'when the door Is opened and her my Certificate. No. 21 Year. of Issuance 31, 1945.
of for at Heal at Rtarko Florida, this VoOFlo'ICJAL -
A couple school. I dlda't give him IN rmrvrr COVRT.rtM'NTY Bu"nFnRn July 1, A. D. 1942. A. Thomas.
) J.
that few of w. saw name called and she is told to cember 22. i,4. FLOIU A IN CHAN- (OFFICIAL
stated get the next | Description of Property: .
and that of satit Court.
money morning As Clerk
egraph brought to court on ready to go home. It Is a great ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ('CUt Y. Lot 7' of Itlk 8 & Lots 2, 4, 8, 8 Z.ch flnujlas, (3a1n.sville. Fla.AU" .
the children Too evening he came home with three A N Clerk of laid< Court.T. Ann Franollch Plaintiff vs. John of Klk 29 &. Lots 2. 4, 8, 8, 10( lii f'o'rQUICK Plf. 1.4 4t ..115
nghta This Is true. I relief to see :her father and mother Seals. When I asked where he got Frank Landrum Starke, Florida Frnnollch. Defendant. Case No. of lllk 80 A Lots t. 4. 6 of Blk
MondllY bllve seen It, but .I standing there ready to take Atty- tor Pit 12-28 4t 1-18 flU.ORnER 31 & Lots 2, 3, 5, 4. 1L 8 i. 9? 10. 11
feW of us the money he said "I sold bottles. OF PUBLICATIONAND of Blk 32 and lot 19 of Hlk 43 and RELIEF FROM j
would like to set another example I her home. She has seen what the. Next time I: won't wait '\in'.c'" NOTICE TO APPEAR Luts 2, 8, 4, 5, 8. T, II of L"lk 44 &
bars are like, what it Is to be IN rOTTNTY .TUDOnl'S COURT FOU I STATE OF FLORIDA to JohnFran..lJ..h. Lotus 2, 4 of Itlk 45 &i: Lots 2, S, 5, Symptoms of Distress Arising from
before you- I always went to church alone BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. % Michael FVs.nr.llch. 8. 7, M of lllk A Lots 1 2, 3, 4.
of children think of running locked up and to be with girls because I thought It too troublesome IN He: Estate of David: Wayne Village of "tel, Nenadlch Postn 5, fl. 7. H, 6. Itt. 11, 12 of1 lllk J 41e STOMACH ULCERSDUETO

A lot home from the who are bad. Yet she is afraidof Moore, Minor. : (Post Offlc of) IIIlOlIn ka. Island of lllkn 55, Bit New. Itlver. Sea 23,
away from to try to handle the threeat NOTICE I. hereby given than on Kok. Country of VUKO Slavlw. 24 '1". II H, R 20 M. EXCESS ACIDFr.eBookTeIIsfIIom.Trotn1eflttt
are little children on up. the reprimanding she may re Sunday School but I the IRth day of January I'M6 I You are required to appear on Name i In which assessed
I time they that a girl celve. If she Is taken home and recently will apply to the Honorable to:. K. January II, 1114(1 In t h.. above Emil Mitchell.All .
Let's say for Instance decided I would risk It and fixed Ferryman County Judge/ of Krail- mimed Court and cause, wherein of said. property living In the
I has decided to run away and it is changed, if the parents don't all of them and went prepared to ford County, Florida, at his office plaintiff seeks. divorce nnd, custody County of liritdfurd. State uf Flor: Mutt Help or It Will Coat You NothtsgOvertwomillion
IlL some large city. She mention it and only try to makeIt In the Courtliouna, In Ptarko. for nnd control of minor chi""' Hrailford ida. \ bottlosofthoWILLAKDTKK
far as be thoroughly worn out when it permission to Bell certain lands In County Telegraph shall pub. UnlesS elicit certificate. or certificates vrMKNThnvelMiensoiaforrollofof
I meek and afraid of someone better then this girl might not I find which the above named minor hall llHh this Order in next four woek- shall li.. rvdevmnd m'ronllnit to sv nipt nmnordlntrensarlitlnii' from CtenMall
feels that everyone knowsher b& tempted again, or rather shouldI was over. was overjoyed to an Interest In Hradford County, ly iHsues.VMlnuHH.. law the property described In such and DUG..I Ulcers due to gjraen AeM
seeing her. or that there was a nursery and that Florida and ,ilencrlbed us follows, my hand and official certificate or certificates ,, be roar Digestion. Beur orUn'"t ttemeuvO .
a man approaches say not disillusioned again. foal at Ktnrke, Florida, this Beconiu'r 11 ...... ....
guilt Suddenly to-wit: Lots Twelve (12) and Thirteen sold to the highest bidder at ..ln.<.. Meerthuri SI..rl.. .
everyone was so willing help of 12. 1945. ... .... Soul I H days' trialS
(13) and Fourteen (14) dun I n i e 'd. im
he This Is
and she knows only one example a (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. courthouse door on the first Monday "
her and that the children really enjoyed lUoi-K; Sixteen (IB) of Llvlngnton Thomas A..k for MItsrii! rieus:. which fully.ns ,
to speak, when: he smiles minor case of a runaway. It well Truby nnd Company' Addition to As Clerk of said. Court. In the month of February.' isle,, .....1..' lllis truul'miuiU-free--atEXCELLENCE
Is about it as as I. 'r. Frank Lnndrum. Stnrke, Florida which Is the-4th day of February
"Hello. little lady. And would be another thing to stand the Town of Starke, Bradford Atty. for Plf. n... 4t 1-4 ,, -_ _n.
InVrst halt of
and says So I am learning early that one County. Florida.
name?" She blurtsIt before a judge and see your child NKVi "f Section, 21, TownshIp 6
what Is your has to live with the ;;;;
thinking and thenhe sentenced to five years, even If and laugh South, Ranee 22 East; mild sale to IN rmrnr C ?. IIII\I>KOIIII k
out before children. Plan things for them and be private taIe.Margaret milNTV. FLOHIUAl IN illtN.
shows a nice shiny badge and he was put on probation in your Moore, as Guardian. CKIIY.:
with them that will enjoy.
they 12-14 4t 1-4 Iris Corrine standfleld. Plaintiff
Shed .
with me. custody.It of make
."V!. "You come To many of us will give a child a vs. Walter Sylvester Htandfleld.tDefendant I thf economy! management up

d; needless to say, and they is our failing as parents that quarter and tell him to go on to iv mtrrrr rnritT. nn\i)rom ORDER/ Case OF No.PUBLICATION 4274 ir d primary quality of our Service which

take her to a Jail for delinquents.There first puts a child on the wrong the western movie-that we ('C01"VrV' FLOltt.1: CIIANCKUY. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 0& is dedicated to the affairs and needs of

she Is marched down what road. Few are just naturally born see STATH OF FLORIDA to: Walter bereavement.DEWITT'C.
corridors and finally bad and then lot turn out to can't stand it, when really If we Celia I Alshets JoelHon. Plaintiff vs. Sylvester Cttandfleld. whose address at" .
Julius Joel Defendant. Case No.
seems set our heart to it we could learnto on la: CJlennvllle. Ueorgla.
they stop and knock on a door.A be fine men and women regard 4243.ORDER You are required to appear on t
that has formidable less of home conditions. Prevent enjoy the show by watching a OF PUBLICATION February 4th, 1940 In the above
dark dOff NOT1CR TO AI'I'EAR
small child's thrills. AND named Court and cause, wh..r..lnplaintiff
crossed steel work at the top. She ing delinquency starts when: a STATE OF FLORIDA: Julius seeks divorce custody
Instead of children Joelson, whole residence and address and maintenance of minor JONES
doesn't know what small. So making our support .
child Is accept -
Is afraid an very many I In 41\ HO Puuldlng Avenue.Bronx children. Bradford County Telegraph -
Is on thu other side, when suddenly children only as a responsibility attend church alone, we should go New York. shall publish this order In AMBULANCE! SERVICE
In the lock and a and fail to them the with them. Show them the wayas You are required to appear on next four weekly Issues.
a key turns give January 11, 1.145.< In the above Witness. my hand and official (
their Director
buxom woman opens the door. love that Is due them. we do when they take named Court and cause, wherein seal at Htarke, Florida thla December Funeral

to the not claim to be In first steps. Show them and guide plaintiff seeks divorce and custody 27th. 1045. HTARKB PHONE TOur
turned over I do compe.
She Is then ,nd control Itf'' minor child. IJrad- OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas.As .
matron. She Isn't really the.hard titlon with Angelo Patrl but I them. It is us that they look up ford County Telegraph shall publish Clerk of said Court.
this Order In next four weekly R. H. Duncan 517 Lynch Building, local funeral home enables us to
woman the girl thinks she Is. The do believe that the first duty of to and admire. We set an example -' luitues.Witness. Jacksonville Florida Atty. for Pit.

matron takes her to a shower a father and mother to their children for them. my hand and official 1-4 4t 1-25 offer conveniences and services not

room and tells her to take a. bath is to grow up with them You caa't win their love by peal nt 12 Starki, 194S., Florida, this December IN cmcriT coder IIHIDKOIIUCOUNTY otherwise available. j,

and takes her clothes away and from-the time they are tots on up. continuous criticism and fussingat (OFFICIAL: "HIJAL' ) A, J. Thomas, << KMMIIUAl IN CHAN

brings her a white slip to sleepIn. I worked and until a few weeks them. If you have respect for All. Frank Clerk T.nndrum of said Court.T. Starke. Florida CERY.Jesile Belle. Mead Plaintiff, vs. We furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices and]

After she has taken her bath ago I did not realize how much I them they will have respect for Atty. for Pit 12-14 4t 1-4' Loran Ansel Mead Defendant. Case accept ANY ute insurance policy In force, Issued by ANY comptwy -

she Is taken to a room and later had neglected my children. But you and your wishes. If you don't No.ORDER 4279 OF PUBLICATION an payment in part or in full on a funeral. Consultation

she finds It Is the only room witha now I find more pleasure in doing enjoy life criticize everybody, and IN rniri'iT roi-iir. iiittiiKoim AND NOTICE TO APPEAR carries no obligation.FLORIDA .
chair. When she gets Into the things with them than doing for don't believe or have faith in any Ansel Mead whose residence la Un I

bed the matron comes along and them. They enjoy anything as can't childto CerM.. Harris Kaplan, Plaintiff, vs. -.- "- -
one you expect your 1
says, "Now, tell me why you left long as you encourage them. Theycan be different : No.Harry 4244.Kaplan, Defendant, Case u _...u _.n.._...uuh."n.nuuh.... ...,-.... m..._.......,..........-.,,"--..,..,..' II."'" 11 u" ,...., l.\II'I'jIIU' !,"'.. '''''! ''!'', !'. "

home." The girl might reply turn work Into play. It's fun ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Talking can do a lot. If you are AND NOT1CR TO APPEAR
"My home wasn't what a home la to see their <*,es light up and kind and considerate try to explain STATE OB' FLORIDA to: Harry Ii IiPu

supposed to be." and explains why. :how faithfully they'll work if you and work things out with Kaplan is whose 2823 Went residence 31st and Street address ,

She answers a lot of questions and tell them "When we get the yard your child he will love you more.he'l1 Brooklyn, New York. '-

then after the matron has gone raked we'll burn the grass and "Mom can tell me whatto J.J'rr.h required to appear on
say. 1946. In the above
and locked the door, a door just have a weiner roast." do." No one knows how good named Court and cause, wherein

like the other, she can look out They can be pleasure Instead of plaintiff seeks divorce, restoration
it feels to a girl to know she can of maiden name and custody of '
the window and there are the work, because If you enjoy your minor child. llradford County J1RE II
to her mother or father and STLLT
'steel-bars.--Itj-laUier#makes-her 'children then'the work Isn-'Whard. go Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn .
annoyed when know that they will help her. next four weekly I....... : .
feel a criminal to be behind a Sometimes we get Witness mr hand and official, ;
love her and have confidence
dark door and bars. we are feeling bad and we, very they seal at 8tark, Florida this December .

The next morning she: Is awakened wrongly make the children suffer in her. Too often parents 12. 19 IS.
unjustly and demoralizethe (OFFICIAL 8KAL) A. J. Thomas
given a green uniform to for It. On one recent occasion like accuse An Clerk of Hiild Court.

wear and is Introduced to the restof this my little boy said "Mama girl or boy. '1". Frank Landrum< Starke Florida 1-4

the girls. One Is In for steal- If you wouldn't fuss you wouldn'tfeel There Is little enough pleasureIn Atty. for Pit. '-- n4t 11

: bad." I took that into deep the world for anyone. Life Is IN Vmcrrr rorirr. lilt ..DFOlln

consideration, too. I was scoldingone too short and if we can start our COUNTY. to'LOIU"11: CIIA. .
VSE CKHY.Elmer .
I of my boys one night becausehe 'children off right by giving them Pvles, Plaintiff, vs. Mar

666Cold was slow In taking off his love and kindness and leading the frarette 4230. 1'1esDefendant. Case No.

clothes when he looked at me and way for them then maybe there ORDER OF PUBLICATION

see my burp gun. for them. And AND NOTICR TO APPEARSTATE
said "Mama will be no regrets OF FLORIDA toi Mar.srarette .
Preparations Burrrp! Burrrp!" I couldn't help In the end we will be rewarded in Pyles, Whose. residence Is: 1' .

LfquId'VnbIty.No.p. Drops but laugh and was ashamed for many ways. Unknown.You are. required to appear on :

CUTIONi r..only A. blre ed being so curt with him. This Is the time of year whenwe January 1, 1848 In the above iflA( IIi

Another time I had some freshCan I are all nearer to God and we named plaintiff Court seek and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein .

must live as we are taught lie County Telegraph hall publish I I f1i
thin Order In next four weekly
wanted to live. We must abide i, I .t
Use More Pulpwood His and ask His guidanceand Witness my band and official
by ways
this De.
4/ seal at Star lea. Florida.
we must teach our children cembor 8, 1P411.OFFICIAL .

WRITE TIMBER *.. about Him. So many now :have ( aUAL) A. J. Thomas, 5
An Clerk of said
grown away from God and Ills If. O. Brown Starke, Florida. .

.... Container Corp'n. of America Fernandina FinBUG I teachings. Atty. for PJf., 12-14 4t 1-4 at I

Lately I have been disappointed IN cmcriT coruT. niiADPonnrot'NTY. : --
sometimes becausemy FLOIUUAI I.N CHAN.CK.IIY. .
nearly to tears .
won't be home for 'j
husband Manuel Tavares Plaintiff, vs. Bar- .
Christmas, but then again I feel t>nra Tavares, Defendant. Case No

that with all the misfortunes of 4235.ORDER OF' PUBLICATION .4_.., .9. ,- rta pi'i 'rr liti t '
some returning veterans, it is AND NOTICE TO APPEAR I
STATE OF" FLORIDA to: Ulirbara
to know
worth the waiting Tavares, whose residence and post '

COMPANYLOCAL will come and that he Is well. I office address Is 118 School Street,
TRANSFER Fall River Massachusetts.You I
know that Christmas morning are required to appear on 4 .
when I tumble out of bed with the January 14, 148. In the above .. I

& LONG DISTANCE HAULING children to see what Santa Claus plaintiff named court i"and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein '

brought that I will find my happiness County Telegraph shall publish I :' .
this Order In next four weekly
PHONE 179 In their happiness and the I..ue" '. 1'
Witness my hand and officialseat I
twinkle of their bright blue eyes.I at Starke Florida, this D.. .-'

FRANK BROADWAY L. M. GAINES shall thank God and pledge thatIf cember 11, un
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas ", .
I He will but give me the courage As Cl.iO< of said Court. I.4
I E. K. Perryman, Stark. Florida. & )
.,-_ J\L ffff strength and guidance that never Atty. for Plf. 12-14: 41 1.4 w1fk -' '

shall one of them stand before a -
IN! cutrriT COtJtT. nnAnroHnCOITNTY.
for ponience or look out FLOKIUAl IN CIIA.N.Robert -

HEADQUARTERSj from behind the bars.rmrfiT CER'I'C.. au..r. Plaintiff vs. Lor. : MOTOR LINESWILL

[[ RADIO etta Bauer Defendant. Case No
I.( cornT. mi.'nFonn U3I.
Katie Win bon Phillip. Plaintiff. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Loretta -
SERVICE v.. Ralph Phillips, Defendant. Cs.No Bauer, who. residence and
SALES and 427Z.OKYJEIt. address Is 147 Madison Avenue WE SERVED YOU IN UNIFORMThousands
OP PUBLICATION Irvtnirton. New Jersey.
AND JiOTirR TO APPEAR You are required to appear on
STATE OP FLORIDA to: Ralph January 14. 1941.( In the above
HOT POINT & GIBSONLINE Phillip", whole ruldenee In 11* named Court and cause wherein of our soldier friends today will become our civilian friends
North 4th Street Wilmington North plaintiff swks divorce. Bradford
Ca roll na. County Telegraph shall publish of tomorrow. And Florida Motor Lines considers It a privilege to serve
You are required.< to appear on thU. Order In net four weeklyIssues. I
OF January 294". In the above their many transportation need You'll be using your bus seat frequently
named Court and cause wherein Witness my hand and officialseal
plaintiffeh* divorce and restoration it Htarke, Florida this De- in days to come) on business trips on little sentimental.
or Malden ? ame. PTadford eer'b..r 10, 1945.
ELECTRIC APPLIANCESNOW County Telegraph shall publish. (OFFICIAL BEAD A. J. Thomas, (ourneys to familiar scenes and to discover some new frontier. Florida
thin Order In next four weekly I. An Clerk of said Court.
sue*. Wm. :D. Morgan, 6th leloor Clark Motor Lines accepts the challenge to make your trips more than Just

ON DISPLAYJUST Witness my hand and official Atty.Elulldlnir.for PIt Jacksonville, 12-14 FlorUa.4t 1.4 transportation. We have planned in every way to male it the very acme

IN rtnrurr -cot.it T. \nronra of enjoyment-the most pl.asurabf. and efficient way of going places.fAMOTOR'.
RECEIVED Mary Theresa Washington Plain-
tiff. vs. Loul. Washington Jr., Defendant. -

Large Shipment of Radio Batteries Case OF No.PUBLICATION 4235.IRlgft .

S S BUY Washington I Jr., whose residenceIs
9Phone Unknown.You .
are required to appear on ,
64 January II 1(4(1( In the above
named Court and came., wherein

1Vi INKLER Electric Service STARKEFLA._ County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall Bradford publishthis UNION UUS STATION

Order In next tour weekly
Witness my hand and official
Phone 147FJUDAyI
TEMPLE AVE. seal. at Htarke, "Florida this December .
224 1*. 11145.

...___ .JffffC"I flfl flrjtSrrrrS (OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thomas



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,region;. Sponsors ShowThe Methodist Church Recent DischargesThe CLASSIFIED ADSFOrt I RR Crossing: Repaired I

Jones-Langford-VVhita Pout Holy Communion will be observed following discharges have The Seaboard Railway \1
American Legion will sponsor( an Sunday at the Methodist recently been recorded at the this week repaired Ita Ca118; !

t of the WSM "Grand Church and this being the first courthouse: TENT-T'NO houses compl.t..ly FOR RENT-Two furnished. lake FOR I'tENTtor Bale or lease, crossing1. Much of the fon.T I I
Appearance Sunday of the new year, everyone' Cpl. Alphon-jo Neal Dec. IT. furnished with lights" and home See W. 1. Andrews, ell: one business place, three seven-. roughness waa eliminated. ,
Ole Opry" at the school house In w at. r. One, 2 One 3 '
Went Madison Fla
rooms Street Btarko room house, furnished or unfurnished -
to be making a Lt. John Arthur Torode Dec.
present I
I lis urged ) rooniH. 2 miles out to right of Itp
Starke., Wednesday, Jan. ]0. at four three-room apa..t.mllnta IV CIRCUIT COURT
rededication unto God for the 28. Highway 41, near Peterson'sDairy furnished or unfurnished. DRADP0"COUNTY !
7:30: p. m., according: to an announcement coning/ year. At the 11 o'clock Major Ralph H. Cox, March 2, 304. L. B. Jordan, Rte. 2, llox 2tp FOR RENT S room bunjcalette If Interested nee D. O. Kelly 214 CEHY. PLOIUD.4 111 l'k4L 1

yesterday by Robt. service the pastor the Rev. W. J. 1946. completely,, 22 furnished.miles from On Green LakeKlnnsley N. Thompson St. 1-4 2tp Joseph, Madtanlttl. Plaintiff j'

O. Green, poet commander. Chvrchwell will speak on the subject Fvt Thomas L. Drawdy Oct. I Cove Rprlnvs. Reasonable. Inquire I dant.Maria Case Malossl No. Z84.MadlanlttI. Deteq
"The of Jesus". A Mrs. Mabel Wall. East of I WANTED-White woman to care
Memory 20. 30 ROOMSCABINS Klngsley Village. Up for ,children occasionally In day AND ORDER: OF PUBLICATION
solo "Fear' Ye Not, 0 Israel" will William Edgar Tilley Jr., QM time or evening. Mrs. L. :J. Kyte, STATE NOTJCH OF TO S
W.C.T.V. be sung by Mrs. Churchwell and 3-c Dec 27. ANDKITCHENETTES FRYERS FOR BAL.B-50 cents lb., 403 N. Walnut. Itp Malossl Hadlanlttl' whose to redder:'
live weight. Ruth Rosvl Rte. 1, and address 31i
Allen De Sue TDec.. 28. : E. 107th
the choir will sing a special anthem Box 112. Starke Fla ltpWANTEDColored York, N. y 1It.: Ass
Buford E. McKinney T-5, Dec. FOR SALE-7 room house, unfurnished -
of ,
Congregational singing
equipped wit h gas on are required to
IS PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 'familiar hymns will be enjoyedat 12. Gas Heat Gas Cooking or white laundress small loU $3,500. 106 W. Lafay February 4. 1948, In the above apppar mal1l1
to do personal laundry at< I .d Court and .
HEAVEN ette. Itp cause
the evening servica. T-Sgt. A. W. Anderson Jr., Dec. LightsCompletely home for ten women. We will tiff seeks divorce. Bradford plan.I

Prince Edward Inland lit mil young people will meet at 29. bring average and call$15 for weekly.laundry.Phone Probably I FOR 8ALE1-One large desk, circulating In Telegraph next tour shall weekly.publish. this nl Ml""!"

Canada's moot M my hand and
Dec. 9. IllandlnfT Itp wood and vaccum cleaner In otflclal.
It han and recreation A very helpful pro.gram at mark, Florida, this .
no unemployment eonJItlon. Inquire at ttrnd- DecolII,,:
little poverty. Though It in being arranged by the T-Sgt. Claude H. Barton, Dec. Book A Room Ahead FOR RENT-Five room modern furnished food Home Ito 51. 194&
very ., leaders. 18. house. Also furnished du (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J.
prrmitt aivorco anil nan m uivowff plex. Call at 221: or 300 Temple A. Clerk ot said Court. Thomq,
Byron Columbus Brantley, AMM For Wife Or ParentsLARRY'S FOR RENT fl-room house,
Ave. completely T. Frank
court provided! for the Praver Meeting l In held each 3-c Dec. 18.Leonard Starke. Itp furnished, lights and running Atty for PIf lAndrum, 8ta.rke, Ftorq
court has never hd a H- lon Wednesday at 7:3'') p. m. and LIST YOUR FARM. CITY AND water. on Lake Klngsley, 1.4 4t I'll
F. Smith, Jr., T-4, Dec. .
22 miles from Green Cove, private -
and only one divorce watt grantM choir practice at 8. 10. PLACE BUSINESS PROPERTY dock for swimming and IN cinri'iT COURT nAAmre11

In sixty ytNtrtt. It... reported The regular monthly meeting of George E. Wynn, T-S Dec. 12. 1000 Feet From B Gate boating. Reasonable. Inquire Mrs. I CEIIY.e'OLfnTY. FLORIDA HI ('8.\1,
that alnre' 1937 In the Mabel Wall Hast of KingsleyVillage.
the Board of Stewards will be William H. Haltlwanger Pfc., tJ Thelma Tucker. Brad neck. Plnlnl"
whole province there IUM "not held Tuesday night at 7:30: o'- Oct. 19.Henry. KINGSLEY LAKE Ito v.No. E.4288.S. Bradneok- Defendant. Cp
bern a single cane <>f assault. STROUT aEE'JTA1'E
clock. Every memory of the : '
: P. Silcox, Cpl., Dec. 9. ELECTRIC IRONS new for Bale., ORDER OF PUBLICATION
desertion of family, neglect of board is urged to be present, Olbert 1. Brown, Pfc., Dec. 25. at Dahmer's dirt Shop. $530. tea c..t".t. advertiser of roan GIRLS WANTED AND NOTICE: TO APPEAl
children, or contributing txi the try property, II.. ...,1. ever STATE OF FLORIDA toK.
child"There Ellaha L. Griffls, Jr., T-5: Dec. FOR SAI.FJ-Elnetrlc water pump S3.OOO Mien of 11......,._Jo'.r.Ae..s ....- To Wait On Tables Bradeneck whose residence and 1.
delinquency of a Recent Births 24. and tank. J.' E. Warren, old .. TiQTrn frnm all over the I dress Is unknown.You u
are no highwaymen, 1'oHtofflce building. Lawtey Fin. World. Free open Ifatlna-" Also Dance or Sing are required to appear
Robert Tyson. Jr., STEward 3-c, Itp I February C, 1946. In the. !"
no gangsters, Ik) CORUD8Idallz- E. A. STROUT REALTY AGENCY above ?....
FIX>YI> CIJKTON STEVENSON Dec. 20.Matthew. ed Court and cause. wherein Plain.
ert vice, no real orlnio prohl.vtvt, Mr and Mrs. F. C. Stevenson of McKinney, AMM 2-c FOR BALE-40 acre, farm 6 mile Represented Locally By APPLY AT tiff seeks dlvome. Bradford Count,
and no penitentiary. There are went of Slarke, All fenced grooil F. C. IIOLMNGSWORTII TilE SHOWBOAT Telegraph shall publish thin Order
307 Sampson Court, Orange Dec. 14.Stephen. berry land, email house and In next four .weekly l Issues
only thirteen policemen for It* Texas, announce the birth of a Dlggs, A-S, Dec. 1J. barn 3 good welln, ; nil Kilng 110 So. Walnut St. Green Cove Springs Witness my hand and offlfi.i
ninety thousand people' and It for $2250. Ralford Drown, Phone peal at Starke, Florida, thl. Jan
hann't had an execution In son. Floyd Clifton on Saturday' Robert White, Pfc., Dec. 5. 8411. 601 Went Halne.ilt.., Plant Next To City Dock: uILry a. 1946, ,
Dec. 22.Mrs. City. 12-28 4tp A.r. Thomu
forty yean. Per' square. mile, FOR SALE-Four room house and Ask for Joe or Barney As Clerk of said Court.
the Inland has twice) IUI Stevenson Is the former St. Mark'sA lot furnished or unfurnl h..d. Jordan Laannby & Dell, Oalnesvlli.'
many HOUSE FOR SALEFive Running; water and electricity.< In Fla. Atty. for Pit 1.4 4t 1.21
people" four time tut many cattle Miss Edna Mae Moseley of Starke city limits on old Brown lee road.
and eight tunes. an much and her mother, Mrs. Edith Mose- King ha been b'nlVho will room and bath cloned- Jo Owner Davis leaving at the. Starke.house See. Mrs, rr===- --

poultry nit any other. province ley, ia now with Mr. and Mrs. rule the whole earth! lie shall be In nun porch. Completely fur- Itp

In ands IU per capita !AVInjfn Stevenson, and their new baby. railed "Wonderful, Councilor. nlBhrnl< with all modern convenience FOR furnished RENT-Well or unfurnished.located dwelling Two EVERY BRANCH OF

la greater than In any !Mighty Cod Everlasting Father, *. Gas, electric automatic bedrooms and Bleeping porch.

other Canadian provinceand! ; Legion To Meet Prlnre of Peace", We have seen hot water heater and Prefer! permanent. t"nant.-Willton
for it* elite It ha more rallwajH I his Mar In the East and Journeyedeven gas heating stove Located In Realty Co., 200 Call Ht.:: It

.., more post wfflcr, more American Legion Post No. S3 now unto Bethlehem to offer heart of town at 328 W Cull FARM FOR SURE RENT or part !Jnj

telegraph line, and more will hold Its regular meeting him our gifts and receive from St. Inquire Jack Frledler Rog of of crop.farm House land. ,J.barns W. Prevatt and. 62 acres Rte

churches than any other pro- Tuesday night in the American him the Light. Ills Light Is for er's Jewelers. ISO E. Call St. 2, Box 212. 1-. 2tp .. prance

vince.It Legion Hall Van H Garden. post all men. You too may reet>;\'e It LOST OR STRATHOYellow FOR SALE-Prime winning white,
la entlmated. that therr. are adjutant, announces that several so join 11M In this greatest pilgrimage. half Jersey, half luernttpy with cow black-tall Jap bantam. chickens..

ten thousand motor nun\ on the Important matters will come before Incomplete Ouerniey ehleid on Apply T. Qulgley.Leonard Noeg-el, Care Itp J.
I forehead wt. 800-900 lb"., no
Inland and the roads are very tile meeting and urges all (signed) The Three King. mark except Tit -Jag In one ear .

+ winding and dangerous, yet In members to attend. Such will be the theme of the and silt.-\In.\'. other U. 'pizenby., black hoots.Itewnrd New. FOR attractive RENT,-clean Furnished and apartment clone. inevery H. C. Wall Agency

some yearn there are tut few traditional Epiphany Feast of Ulver. 18-28-31p convenience. 201 W. Madison ,
an two' motor car iMX-ldiMit". IN :.MEMOU1VMIII Lights service at St. Mark's St. Itp
In Frlnro E d w a r d Inland Church at 8 o'clock Saturday ; furniture upholstered. renovated and- FRYERS' FOR SALE-49 cents lb. &

Heaven? There mtmt .ho some sad and loving memory of night J a n u ary 5, the Eve of reflnlnhed Drop us a c....... Starke Phillip's Lunch road 28.4 miles west of Constant Service Over 50 Years
on Itp 4
our d.ii'ling sister Lenna Williams HASTINGS MATTRESS CO. Pot
catch In all thin. No; It In Epiphany. The service will be 230, Palatka. Fla,
imply that the Inlnndora who passed to the great beyondone tf FOR RENT-All completely furnished

sponsored by the
Young People's two 2-rootn houxew.
Please Phone 146
Prohibition\ year ago January 2, 1945.: FOR SALE-1945 Continental trail
many years ago Service League and Sunday School lights and water, SIT and $21 per
(1WH ,believe In and practice Gone from our midst one we and rehearsals er. 25 feet long Sleep. 4 with all month. 1 three-room house, $15
the pageantry equipment. Write J. w. Proyatt with 2% acres land. L. B. Jordan -
It, and have let It work out Its love, but cannot see, Ate 2, Box 212.*StaTke
will be held Friday at 4 p. m. and Flu. I Highway 48, near Newsom's
own consequence Prohibition Dut some day over yonder, We'll Saturday at 2 p. m. Epiphany 1- 2tp Model Dairy. 1.4 2tp q

does prohibit, but first It must meet to spend eternity. -
celebrates the Adoration of the
have time to educate and train; Signed,
Magi and the Light of the World
nd Ita sponsors iniwt not ",ote Hitters, Louise Graham. Elizabeth
Given to the Gentiles. The publicis
ry with a wet breath'V McCoy and Louvenla Robinsonand
(SIGNS OF THH TIMES brothers.Amoa Wllllama. Edd cordially Invited to share In Statement of Condition
Williams and John Williams. this service. A special offering
will be taken to go toward the

Reconstruction and Advance Fund "FLORIDA BANK STARKE

STARKE BOWLING ALLEY of the Episcopal Church which Is AT

designed to rebuild and advance I l Starke Florida
the work of the Church In the ,
,and RESTAURANTOPEN mission field. .. ,

The Holy Eucharist will be celebrated Condensed from Report to Comptroller December 31 1945

ALLEYS.3 p. m. to 11 p. m. In St. Mark's Church Epi-
phany Sunday at 11 a. m. The
Week Nights 12 to 12 Saturday & Sunday theme for the sermon will be on RESOURCESLoans

the missionary enterprise.

RESTAURANT OPEN ALL NIGHT and. Discounts $ 107,503.58

Clarence UNDER F. Khoden NEW MANAGEMENT School Holiday Ends Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures I 11,528.03

J. W. Glisson .
We ,Will,, Appreciate Your Patronage will Bradford return County to their school classrooms students Prepaid Expenses 220.93

Monday. The annual Christmas Overdrafts .... 40.66

4 21.holiday period !started! Friday Dec. Accrued Interest &

Income Receivable 7,900.86 '" .
Complete Service
U. S. Government I''';'
We ::
4 wish to express our appreciation .

tar Looks like it's going to be for the messages and expressions Securities \,'''', 1,858,539.17 :'\ '; .

tttauIES a long time yet before many beautiful of sympathy:flowers and and for other the Florida County & '1 \nk' \ "

1 rI'sJuG IIcaif many of us''' get that new tokens of thoughtfulness Municipal Bonds 1. .
duringour 269,882.28 : '
car we've been! waiting for. ,, '
-. Therefore its bereavement -(Signed) Mrs. Cash on Hand & '* """' '
more import O. U : _
Haynes Mrs. ;
A. N. Holiday, :"i: .
ant than ever to let us keep Mrs. J. A. Scanlan O. L. Haynes Due from Banks '::,:J 689297.12 2825619.43

j your old car: in A-l condi: Jr, ', .

tion. ,1'
Certified Mr and Mrs. C. C. Shepherdand .
Washing Polishing daughters. Merry Lou and

Waxing Patsey Anne of Lake City and Mr. LIABILITIES1 I I ,

and Mrs. J. E. Powell and son,

STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS J. E. Jr.. of Jacksonville spent Capital Stock 25,000.00

Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. .. *

CARDEN'S SERVICE STATION Knight Surplus .* ,/ ':. :, 100,000.00

v. II. Carden Dr. and Mrs. L. Undivided Profits ....J." '
Mgr. Temple Ave. & Call St. New Jennings returned :'.. ,,' ]11,080.51|
Year's Eve from a Reserves '
three weeks' visit with Dr. Jen 9,753.48

I nings' relatives In Maywood. 111. Reserve for Income Tax 1 11,950.00
Dr. Jennings ls on terminal
after three service Interest & Income Collected % ,:.' : '
years In the ) / ':* :,;: ot -: 1r : ',
r ,
ETO with the air corps. not Earned. : / "", 418.64

1V: CIRCUIT '! "
COURT, nnDPOHO Deposits:

Ov"'tta .Lea Davie Plaintiff v. U., S. Government.: 179,095.73' ; '. : '

No Canton' un.OItnER. Davis OF' PUHLJCATION Defendant Ca.. All Other Deposits 'TO ,!" ,: d.) 2,607,614.27 ", 2786710.00

Da"II"> who.* '...W nc. Is Company 2,944,912.63
lt, 29 Infantry Regiment, APO 787,
% Postmaster, New York. N. Y.
You are required. to appear on
January 14. \)M |In the above FLORIDA
named Court and; cause, wherein BANK AT STARKE
plaintiff i.eks. divorce. Bradford .

that la our pledge Order County.In Telvirraph next four. shall weekly publish: :Isnues.this MEMBER FEDERAL, DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

to wanes my hand and official MEMBER FLORIDA NATIONAL GROUP
you seal. at Stark. Florida this De
comber 13 1 4S.
' (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..r. Thomas "
With us the customer has always been A. Clerk of Multi Court. ,
right. Zach H. ()<>IIChu, Gainesville. Fla. ..
We realize that in order to keep your patron Atty. for ?If. 13.14 4t 1.. DEPOSITS Dec. 31, 193T ;4,000.14 '

age'and obtain your repeat business we must IN[: (IRI'IT cot liT nn\DFOHUx ,

please you. That is our aim in life. If at (Col'r'rY-'.:11.1', FLOIUDAI I CHAN.: ',., DEPOSITS Dec. 31, 1939 343075.14 ','

any time we do not satisfy you Please let AUlru.t D. K1U. rinlntlff. vs Lucy '. V ""
us know. Ella Defendant. Case No. 4JSS. \".
31 1941
ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR 1189808.28 .
Etta whose residence l and address .
PHONE 135 1.: aOOO Hersrennne I Ave, W. New DEPOSITS Dec. 31, 1943 1,752,822.64
York New Jersey,
You are required to appear on
ROBT. 315 February. 4. 11t6. In the above nam-
Of elt- Court and caute. wherein plain. DEPOSITS Dec. 31 1944
tift seeks dlrorce. Ilradford 2,391,446.27
GREEN County
J Temple Telegraph shall publl.h this Order
r In next tour weakly tip,,...
Owner Witness my hand and official seal
ATC. at Starke Florida this December DEPOSITS Dec. 31 1945 .
Bl, 1 949. 2,786,710.00
(OFFICIAL BEAt) A, J. Thomas
A. Clerk of said Court.
I T..Kr".nk '."'Iruni. Starke, Florida .
Atty. for Fit. 1.. 4t 1.21 :: '