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 25, 1946
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Official County Publication....;. Established In 1877 ,

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ingitis Halted At _Hampton; .Veteran Advisor Officials Rap School Board NegotiatesFor

ted Polio Case ,Reported Here Next TuesdayTo UnsanitaryConditions

aid veteran and vct*>ran -
,,' dependents' a representative USO Building Here ''l

-eB-a-J epidemic threat in An Isolated case of Infantile of the Slate Service Office HereThe

|. last week was wipe out paralysis was discovered In Starke will be at the courthouse
.n action by this week. Tuetiday. Jan. 29, from 11:00a.

Impt|health, forceful authorities, Margaret Moseley, 9-year-old m. until 2:00 p. m., Tom Health Department hag been Bradford Exceeds Strong Case Presented on Basis
l>-cn, a investigating the
State Service sanitation conditions -
[existence of the contagious daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Of Need For Varied
Officer of Jarkiwmvlllf announced In business. places and pub-
i south Brad- I
the small, Moseley, was diagnosed
In to as a polio this. uevk. The service lic buildings of Starke. Follow- Purposes
Imnty community came victim Tuesday by St. Luke's War Bond Quota
IfoncUy of last week when I Hospital In Jacksonville 1 In free and Includes help ing the survey, it was announcedthat
I In filing for claims! other very poor care and lit.
or very
Tnlngltis death on January 1 the girl is hospitalized. The Mcme- Negotiations are now under way between the Hoard of
benefits. he added tie cleanliness is' to be seen! in Final complete returns from
I'rands McTear, 14-year-old ley home here In under Public Instruction of Bradford
shlct.qual'antine the majority of the rest rooms of headquarters of the Florida War County and officials of the
[?n colored youth, was reto I I these buildings. Finance Committee in Jacksonville Federal Works Agency whereby the Board hopes to come

the Bradford County The State Health Department hi In view of this fact, the following show that Bradford County into possession of the Federal USO building at Temple

_Immediate urn-! here.Investigation! by Jacksonville notified Foster Shi Herlong Elected 'I''' statement has; born Issued by exceeded Its quotas, both E Bond Avenue Washington Street for use as a unit of the

found one other Smith, principal of Bradford the Health Department: and "over all" In the Victory Loan Starke school plant.

_I.authorities and three possible eases County High School here, that "Since a sanitary environ- I' Drive which closed Dec. 31. Arthur 1 U. Mcllatsuperintendent of public instruction

lilngitls( [ ,, all complicationsg schools Smith stated may remain open. Mr. Red Cross Head I ment Is so essential to good: health The report was received here Foster Shi Smith, principal of IUI.S., Gary Ennia, secretary

|, from influenza, among child had that the Moseley and add so much to the comfort by Jos. E. Wilson, county War of the Starke Chamber of Commerce, and Mrs Elizabeth
not attended school since and pleasantness of life, why not Finance chairman, and Junius M --- --
who Hornick director
..n'a Negro population, the Christmas Dr. M. B. of the USO,
holidays. Herlong was unani- ) strive to have
It Smith
everyone more chairman of the drive.
T-uarantlned.the guiding hand of Jack- Believing that the facts in the mously elected Chairman of the abundantly? Dirty, filthy, or In- Sales of all Issues credited to Green Cove Navy Base 1 were where in Atlanta Monday
they conferred
i's" Dr R. F. Sondag, Dlrec- Isolated case should be known the Bradford County Chapter of the sanitary toilets and toilet rooms the county totaled U81, 92 __ Problems Discussed
fthe of Preventable B.H.S. principal sent a letter Wed- American Red Cross at the an- are recognized by health authorities I- 105.3 percent of the $178,000 overall : officials but no defi-

L medical Bureau science opened nesday to all parents with children nual meeting held in the Chapter to be a potential danger to quota. At Rotary Wednesday. nite agreement was reached.

attending the school rooms Tuesday afternoon, January tne public's health. These Negotiations will probably
tpalgn. A quantity of thermy's stating: : unhealthful K Bo/id sales totaled $132,602
22. J. E. Wilson will serve as 1st Lt. Com. Thomas Rlckmnn, recreation continue for the
newly developed in- "I wish to Inform you that I I conditions need not and 102 percent of the $130,000 E next several
vaccine sufficient to In- have received notice through the I vice chairman, with Mrs. George should not exist. There are many Bond quota."I and welfare officer at- days, although the Federal
Roberts of tached to the Naval Air. Stationat i
Lawtey, 2nd Vice-
Bradford Health Clinic that one good reasons why the rest roomsIn aarencr wishes to make some
white and colored
that the
am glad
every county was Green Cove
chairman H B. Springs, was guest
of the Moseley children, living Wiggins, Hampton Starke should be kept clean. disposition of the building aa soon
oman and child in Hamp- ,'3rd Vice-Chairman successful in this final drive, Mr. speaker at the Rotary Club lunch-
Jia flown from Atlanta to about three blocks from the school and Eugene The people of Starke are 1n niJel' Wilson commented. "We are proud eon Wednesday describing some as possible as the USO operationwill
Long, Vlce-
of last has definitely Infantile paralysis. Brooker of good sanitation! and It behooves I of the come to an end here around
nville Wednesday Chairman. Mrs. Junius fact that Bradford has exceeded of the many problems confrontedIn
M. Smith
It Is a disease that Is considered every person to do his part to !Improve Feb. IS. ,
Tind directly to Its In all
brought quota of
will eight the establishment of the Navy'sfleeL ,
I serve as Secretary and F. F.
contagious, yet medical science conditions for the safety and In a strong case presented by
Jon.. by Dr. Sondag. Stump was reelected Treasurer. I the War Loan' drives." berthing project In the St
Bnesday. Thursday and Frl- has never isolated the germ nor Annual well-being of the people who live K Bond sales in the entire stateof Johns River.Commander. the School Board In cooperationwith

I last week Dr. Sondag and does it know any too much aboutIt. the chairman Reports were and submittedby RUb-chalr-1 I in or visit this community."The Florida totaled $27,3(53,000( or Rickman stated the Planning Board of the

Marie Gresham, Bradford man, showing that Bradford public needs and demands 101 percent of the' state's $27- that accounts have USO Operating Committee, the
I clinic "It is a disease of colder cli- better sanitation. The business 000,000 The state's newspaper building was
Health Unit nurse, County volunteers have been most quota. over- generally overestimated the number sought on the
|he assistance of Hampton mates and there has never been active In Red Cross work in the people and all others who are responsIble all quota wa far exceeded, with of Navy personnel who will grounds of the following school

i Inoculated Hampton's popof an epidemic of It in Florida, but past year.A for the cleanliness of total sales of all series reaching be stationed at Green Cove, and and community needs:
slightly more than 400. we have had Isolated cases. The toilets and rest rooms in Starke $179,717,200, or 206.9 of Florida's 1. A school auditorium.
State Board of Health as well as report by Mrs. Ruth Morse, should have their gave the top official estimate as
.oculations were adminlater- as objective, a $87,000,000 over-all quota 23,000( men and officers, How- 2. A physical education facility.
Hampton white school for local doctors see no reason, at the Home Service secretary was Interesting higher standard of cleanliness. 3. Quarters for a veteran's
In that she selected one ever, even this number will
present time why the school Many visitors and tourists are
citizens and at
Hampton education
Robert M. Sparkman tax housing and program
severely recreational
day in November of last year and ,
should be closed. I feel that and the various
you stopping patronizing
school for the 4.
Negro pop- facilities in area, he Community recreation faci
kept notes on that day of every ,
should know the facts In the business places,of Starke now- Buried HereWednesday ? lities.
case." I case she was called upon to ser adays. They are goinlr to be Impressed stated,
the all 5.
meningitis.cases school
use Afternoon Nursery facilities
vice. Every person asking for aid "The men want to go'places
d from afterof Since sending out his letter by the conditions) they 6. A to
complications place carryon' school
or advice was a resident of Brad- find. In their. off-duty hours," Commander
influenza Dr. Mr. Smith states that the only This is your home and your music activities.
Sondag'a Robert M. Sparkman, 79. a native
ford County. Mrs. Morse stated Rickman said, "and there
reaction noted was a slight decrease community, don't let neglector
of flu. 7. A
u prevention of Starke, was buried In school-community library.
of attendance In the first, that this Is not an unusual day. Indifference handicap its progress. Is a good chance that lob of them '
i person was also given, a Crosby Lake Cemetery tier Wed- 8. faculty to continue a program -
of sulfa. second and, third grades We who have had the idea that It,will not, be possible for wUl be coming to Starko-especially similar to USO
y tablets supply eight Dr. W. E. Middleton, Starke most of the work of the Red Cross the Health Department".alone to nesday 'afternoon. If they find friendly, hospitable and their' families for servicemen -
as a further flu. staff to Mr. Sparkman died early Monday and food." The
professional was people good
tative'meaeure.Y physician, when asked about previous help give you good sanitation .a n d 9. Additional .pa..j for
I ; an ext'ectedInereaM -
ew cases ofsince' menIAlU Infantle paralysis cases intarke. the problems resulting good conditions. )"trhe, Health Department fciornlng....at his residence ,in Navy! oftcl) <4 stated that.nothing ,InsCLOdi'enrollmeet -

d completion'tioa 'ciJ%v;the rQ .- stated t "To my luiowl- Blandlng trainees and'their.t4u4-! \' can render" a valuable oYlarrfjTJ'foIWWlng a Beige of pneu- could enhance...the reputation of I l\J
campalp'.lut', Friday edge this is. the first case'we'veever lies were surprised to find that service It the businesnt people and monia: The funeral services were a town more than having restau- 10. Headquarters "for'yautb'' '
actually the majority"of"cases are held at the graveside in Crosby I rants that will provide good
cat health authorities con- ,had ,here,In, town. the citizens here desire better a development. program.
that fact ample evidence' ourown county problem: health conditions and fully cooperate Lake Cemetery at 3:00: p. m. Wed meal at a reaaonabta) prlco. He In pointing out the :meed' for

e threatened spread ;of Wise Home 'Sold A report on the Canteen Corps the possibilities for Improvement nesday with the Rev. John L. urged that Starke restaurant. the building as an addition to the

ills is stamped ,outcome .was given by Mrs. Junius Smith, I are unlimited. A few West, pastor of the First Presbyterian men be asked to cooperate In this present school plant, local officials

"1 Mrs. Pearl Wise has sold her Special Volunteer Service Chairman i suggestions are offered for the Church of Starke, officiat respect. stressed the fact that the decline -

were no fatalities ther farm home near Hampton to Wil- shows that Bradford County I up-keep and rest rooms as follows Commander Rickman was accompanied of personnel at ,Camp Blan-

he McTear boy and no liam Slade, and has gone: to Faith staffs a Canteen in the Reception : : Assign the daily cleaningof ing.He was a Thirty-third Degree to the meeting by Ensign ding has< hud little effect on

among white persons Were Mission at Crystal Beach, near Center at Camp Standing for' 18 rest-rooms to a responsible per- Mason and Masonic rites were Ashbury, housing officer for school enrollment. While In recent -

red. The Hampton schools Tarpon Springs, where she will hours a day two days a week. son. Rest rooms need dally cleanIng conducted during the funeral. the Green Cove NAS. It was weeks Army personnel has

ot closed assist in the care of orphans. This work requires at least 15 to : and as many times each day Pallbearers were Freeman Register brought out that housing In the dropped from a peak of 73,000: to
18 volunteers per day and is ai Green Cove' vicinity Is inadequatefor around 7,000decline of 90
aa will be necessary to keep them Richard Kldd. Jr., Ralph Al- per-
) responsibility that must be car- fresh and tidy at all times. Clean the need and Ensign Ashbury cent-school enrollment in Decem-
Luther Powell Clifton
I ,
varez ,
ried out until all of the troops closet bowls and lavatories daily stated that undoubtedly many ber 1943 was 1043, only 30 less
Brown and S. Jo). all
have returned. and oftener if necessary. Freshen Sparks mem- Navy men and their families will than the December 1944 total( of

TCtAhLtLt1ry E. J. Dahmer accepted the ap upyoar rest rooms by paintingthe bers of the Starke Masonic Lodge. start filling vacancies here In the 1073. Actually, school enrollment

pointment as War Fund Chairmanand walls and ceilings with a light Honorary pallbearers were A. O. pear future. IH expected to Increase steadily

reported that plans were un- colored paint. Clean the floors Andreu, R. A Greer A. Z. Ad- As a special treat Commander here because of the 'general Increase -

derway for the Fund Drive In and paint them with suitable I kin s, A. J. Thomas, O. L. Beas- Rickman and Ensign Ashbury were In birthrate and becauseof

March. The County quota has paint. Keep sanitary Individual ley and T. J. O r" I f fin all of served strawberry shortcake made the overflow from crowded

of the week centers a- is at Green Cove Envy Item: been reduced this year, but Mr. towels and soap In rest rooms at Starke. DeWitt C Jones was in from some of the first berries school In Clay County, where the

the approaching marriage The lovely cedar Jewel box that Dahmer states that he will need all times. charge of arrangement picked this season in Bradford i Navy's new fleet berthing 'project -

1 Andrews to Leon 'Moorcr( returning brides, Irene Faulknerand the cooperation and help of all the "The Health Department func- Mr. Sparkman Is survived by County. They were also presented Is taxing school facilities 1

ruary 2 Leon, you re- Lucille\ Conner, brought to county to raise this fund. tions entirely In the Interest and his wife, Mrs Agnes Classens with a pint of fine, large ber-

r, Is the young fellow who Haven Crosby as a souvenir of Mrs.: John Meier, Area workerfor welfare of the people and for the !Bparkman.= and bv a step-daugh ries, grown by J. R. Kelly. W. B. Mundy Sr.

uldn't wait for Uncle Sam Lookout Mountain Understandthey Red Cross, was present and betterment and protection of the far Mrs Mildred Norton both of
In the scrap and signeda had a reception for the new- made a short talk on Red Cross public's health. The sanitary sit- I Orlando. I Methodist ChurchThe Died Last WeekIn

hitch with the Canadian lyweds Sunday night, but Paul was responsibility since V-J day. "The uation of this locality Is far be- I He was horn In Stark and lIv- Laurens, S. C.

before Pearl Harbor on the sick list, ,so he and Irene Red Cross has gone with our men low a satisfactory level. This 1"1" here until 1936 when he movedto Crusade for Christ program .

he switched to the U. S. didn't get to go Glad to see every step of the way", she stat- means Is being employed to bring Orlando. He was a locomotive I as outlined by leaders of the Friends here were sorry to hear

nt Marine and Is just back Dot Sale back In her shop aftera ed, "we cannot leave them now this matter to your attention. You engineer for the Seaboard Railroad Church Is now In Its second year last week of the death of William

tour of duty in the Pacific three weeks' bout with flu. when they still have need of us. are urged to correct any defectsin I for 52 years, and retired sev- and during 1946 Evangelism Is Helton Mundy, father of W. II.

!e and Jacq will \Jive near Sorry to hear that Madge Middle- With hundreds and thousands left the Insanitary conditions now eral years prior to his death. being stressed and every churchIs Mundy of this city, at his home in

ood, Calif., where Leon will ton was taken back to Riverside in hospitals throughout the Na- existing for which you are re He was a member of the Episco- observing the Evangelistic Cam Laurens, S. C

his talents in a radio shop Hospital for observation Wednes- tion, the Red Cross must continueto sponsible. Your co-operation Is pal church and of the Soloman paign. The Committee Is being Services were held Tuesday

leased to see from an ac- day -. Still having trouble as a serve and to give". expected and Is always appreci- Masonic Lodge of Jacksonville. selected and the entire program afternoon of last week at the
n the Jax'ville Journal that result of her fall at school before ated." I He belonged to the Jacksonville I of the church i. now under way. Kennedy Mortuary with Inter-

McClane has been appolnt- Christmas Local Democrats i I Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers I Subject for the morning sermon ment In Mount Pleasant Cem-

ager of the Atlanta salesof Glimpsed Bllle Rosa getting off PastorTransferred and was secretarytreasurer I Sunday will be, "I Have A Stew- etery. The Rev. B. L. Wood and

the Hercules TPcvrd*.r Thursday to spend the weekend on Attend Tampa Meet Episcopal : of the organization for many i ardship", an announced by the Dr Alva Langston officiated.

ny' paper chemical depart- the El Destino Plantation near To Jax years. i pastor, the Rev W. J, Church- Mr. Mundy was the son of the

Ard, incidentally, T. K. Tallahassee Hopes the fresh K. O. Duncan. Bradford County I. well. The young people meet at late William Belton and Mary
'lima McClane will soon be air and the horseback riding will Democratic Executive Committeeman Jr.-, The Rev Grover Alison, pastor Joins Furniture Firm 6:13: : for a fellowship hour snack Verrell Mundy. He was a memberof

Into their recently pur- her that added vim to pull and N. D. Wainwright of of St. Mark'a Episcopal Churchfor and an Interesting program A fine the Baptist Chyrch and of the

home In Gainesville, where give through the rest of the long, hard legislator, attended a meeting held In the past two years, will be H. J. Newsom has Joined the 'service and wonderful fellowship Woodmen of the World.
the State Committee transferred on Feb. 1 to Jacksonville C. H. Furniture Company i at the hour
will be with the Extension winter : Hear Melvin McKinney Driggers enjoyed evening Other survivors are his wife,
Bill were in Doublln. Ga. Tampa this week.Presbyterian. where he will be priest In In the capacity of outside when congregational singing is the former Miss Maggie Wiggins
and Sapp
of the mission at Grace
charge worker. Mr. Newsom Is featured.
>athy 4)f Starke friend. will the first of the week for the Geor- In San Jose, and the territory and the following children; W B.

key (Smith) Bevan whose gia State Fox Hunters meeting : Church Church of Our Saviour In Man- experienced In the furniture time worked business Everyone U urged to bring Mundy, Jr., Starke, Lewis Mundy.
'''I 1. Jim, died Carlisle at having at one Bibles to prayer meeting on Wed- Lauren, S. C.. Charlie Mundy
of a beart at- AI Kay
Spotted Presbyterian Church of darin. He will also be chaplain with Denmark's Furniture Com
I The at 7:30 o'clockfor Lauren Mrs.
11 Madison Monday night nesday evenings Grace Perkins and
Sunday the basketball game I announces the following at Bolles School. He Is a native of Madison
Starke pany. special reading and the Mrs. Disharoon
like old times to have latest thing in corn- studyof Margaret Balti-
sporting the Sunday Jan. 27. and Mrs. Alison have but has been a resident of Starkefor
J for The Rev. Cod's word. Md.
Mil J. D. back Ernie and Cleone program more ; one sister Mrs. J. D.
her: several Doyle residence cob pipes the azalea Sunday School will meet at 9:45: made many friends during their the past five years. His fam- Choir practice each Wednesdayat Moore of Greenville; and one half-
years Dowling report Jeanette Young. Sup- stay In Starke, who will regret to ily la with him. sister. Mrs. W. G.
as No matter how far at with Mrs. 8:13: : p. m. Martin of
>. sooner gardens at and..Hear Halliejone erintendent. The morning wor- learn of their leaving this com- Waterloo.

'ciie there's or later no place they like al- their lovlleat now be greeting old ship service will be at 11 m. munity. Mr. Alison has been very Johns In New Job ChristianThe
will soon L. West. work and
Rev. J. active In young people's
reet Hear to the with the pastor Flying Course
Bruner Baker he returns
friends when debt and has and
his topic "Man's other civic programs Berry S. Johns house wirer
tend the U of F for his & Light Co. payroll using as First Christian Church on
'pre': Florida Power This Is in observanceof served aa Scoutmaster of Troop electrical contractor, this. week Under G. I. Bill
id then off to Tennessee to Glad to have him and to Man. the corner of Call and Christian
I here People's Sabbath. 70 for the paat year. became associated In that business .
to be an undertaker I wife return to the Young Streets announces the following
his charming service will be with E. H. Smith, local garage V. S. St. John and Maj. R. G.
Music for this services for the week of Jan. 27.
gent' brother Tracy la "C't, n local scene choir under the direction : To Meet owner and electrical appliance KldJ Jr.., owners, announce that
be the Girl Scouts
commercial flying wel1' seems funny not to given by E. E. Lansing dealer. Mr. Johns was formerly Bible School will meet at 10 arrangements have been completed -

!"Park A ?,. trig Into a dither about this of E.Mrs.M. Davis at the or- The Starke Girl Scouts willmert \ I employed by the municipal light a. m. Sunday with morning worship for veterans to obtain a privatepilot's
her local frlendm of year over the Birthday with Mrs. I Wednesday at 3:00 p. m. In I and water plant. service at 11 a. m. The pas license by taking flying

WJ'* Huldah Co t This gala annual event for gan. the scout room at the Episcopal "tor, Rev. W O. Smedley, will use lessons at the Starke Airport.
LK'Vgan' In Mo'tat by the board this year aa hIe subject "What It The Veterans
go I rectory. The meeting Is a special Legion Meets Tues.The may take the course,
t week Hole t Tof a chairman and the hlgh-: V.F.W. MeetingThe one at which the Girl Scouts will Church" and will speak at the offered here under auspices of

le the details latest? light of the winter social season meeting of the reorganize and all interested Jones-L a n g tot (I White I, evening service at 7:3O p. m on the Stengel Flying Service of

Mc.Mlllrn and Don!: LJKTX* wM be missing for the first what time regular will be held In the girls over 10 years old or over or American Legion Post No. 56 will the topic "Caugh Napping In Galneovllle, at no cost through
'-c. of Guess VFW post "
Milwaukee Wla. are since the beginning of local hall Thursday girls In the fifth grade of schoolor meet Tuesday night at 8:00: o'clockin : Church. provisions of the revised G. I. Bill
r Wedding plans for some- this country needs Is a flock American Legion Preparations forthe above are urged to attend this the American Legion Hall on Midweek prayer meeting la held of Rights.

July, though they haven't I new chairmen Seems out like.the. night initial. Jan. charter 31. will be made meeting, according to Idell Land- West Call Street. Van II carden, Wednesday at 7:3O: p. m. Everyone Instruction will be given by u

announced their old onea are about worn !' R. G. Kldd. Jr.. rum and Vivian McRae, scribes. Post Adjutant, announced yesterday la invited to attend any or all licensed CAA Flight Instructor It
next meeting
et non Is eI1gage-1 So long See you In_the at this stated. Mr*. Patsy Silcox La the leader. of these services. was stated. '
charge from the Navy and Carolyn commander, -,1 .





. ;. 'irr, BHAI>FOHcorvrv IC A" Clerk of said Court.T. plaintiff seeks divorceeiI4h cause ,
e . e m rinrrrr cot Frank I.andrum. Starke, Florid.. KIORII I.X CHANCERY. -
. S. FLOHIUAI ix CHAM support and malntenano ,
1-4 4t 1-2> ,rUttOj
Atty. for Pit. children. Bradford ( "' .
KIIV.Addla alq
::1 THE BRADFORD COUNTY Robertson Plal n t Iff. va.. Iris Corrlne Standfleld, Plaintiff graph shall publish POuntv 191
Heilbronn ..
I George Itobertson Defendant. Cat IN COt'NTFLO"IU.I OIICVIT CO HT. nilADFOHl IN CHANC'KIIY. vs. Walter Sylvester Standfleld, De next four weekly issuesONIt ,

EHtat>llnh d 1877 "By 'fh" Heluwl No. OltURn 4308. OK PUBLICATION Pendant Case No. 4274 seal Witness at Starke.my hand ana
. e e AND NOTICE TO APPKAIl: Elsie Waldner Plaintiff vs. Jama ORDER OP PUBLICATIONAND cember Florida- thr"kh
27th 1945. .
E L. Matthews ______________ Editor and OwnerlR.WYMpd STATE OK KIX>HJI>A to: (Ieorlltubertaon Robert Waldner, Defendant Can NOTICE TO APPEAR
WalterSylvester (OFFICIAL
whose residence IH: % No. 4298. A J
School .. HtandfUU. whose address As Clerk of said Too.
The Intermediate Sunday ,,8unthern' Hallway Dining Car DC ORDER OF PUBLICATION : Court )"
Matte Churcl Atlanta Oeorida. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Is: alennvllle, Ueergla. R. H. Duncan, 517 Lynch
Weekly on FrMays and Entered M Second clans of Hellbronn Baptist part You merit are required to appear on STATE' OF FLORIDA to: Jame You are required< to appear on Jacksonville Florida, Atl)Bulldl f.I,lplr
at the Tout Office at Starke. Florida. went to Green Cove Springs to February 11, 1946. la the above Robert Waldner, whose resldenc February 4th, 1946 In the above 1.4 4t f26BUG "
the boats anchored there Sunday named Court and cause, wherel and] address In 210 E. Cross Street,
see plaintiff seeks divorce, n r a ,dfor Baltimore Maryland.You .
afternoon. They were accom Telegraph thl are required to appear on
It Seems That. panted by their teacher, Mrs Order In next four weedy Issues., February 11, 1846 In the abov I
Witness my hand and offlrlaseal named Court and cause, wherel!
Orlne Cowart. at Starke, Florida thin January plaintiff seeks divorce. Bra dfori .
The spiritual growth of Staitke is apparently keep Mr. and Mrs Charlie Cowart arc 11. 11H6.OFFICIAL County Telegraph shall publish thlOrder .
SEAL) A. J. Thorns In next four weekly limues.WitneHH
with its: progress in other directions, accord announcing the arrival of a son An( Clerk of said Court. my hand and offlcla
ing .
pace of the Baptist congregation her on Monday, January 21. The( Kurh ir. l>ou.lasp Ualneflvllle., Fit Heal at Starkw,, Florida, tiffs January
to announced plans 4t 2IX I
ing Atty. fur Pit. 1-11 8, 1916.OFFICIAL TRANSFER COMPANY
for a $75,000 church and educational building. Thi baby has been named Tony. ( SEAL) A. J. Thoma

is an encouraging sign and should inspire other church We are glad to hear R. L. Mor (''''''''IT C'OI' ..... IMI AKFOHI' ) An H. O.Clerk P/rown" of said, Starke Court.Florida
organizations to redouble their efforts and improve and gan and W. J. Prather are the(. ('01 %T,", .'LOltllJ.I' t'11.4N- Atty. for Pit. 1-11 4t 2-1 LOCAL & LONG DISTANCE HAULING
Bradford Barber .
of the tKHV.JoHviih
enlarge their physical plants. new owners It. Down, Jr.. Plaintiff vt
Let's wish them success / IV: CIRCUIT COIRT. IIKVUPOIII I
Shop. Defendant
in the !Maxine Milton Downs PHONE 179
The proposed Baptist structure as shown Good luck boys. Cane No. 4309.: ('OCFLOHIDAt. IN C1IA.X I

architect's drawing is a most attractive building and Hall was visiting ORDER OF PUBLICATION CKIIY.Refoe L. Schwall\ Plaintiff vs. Margaret -
should do much to enhance the spiritual atmosphere of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Edwards Sun OP FLORIDA residence to: lIt..xlnellltun In: Case No.Black 4278.ORHER SchwaLI, Defendant GAINES I
Down, where
Starke. The entire church-going population of Stark :\ Flllmore Street Ama OF PUBLICATION
day. 121 II North
no matter what their denomination will wish the flap Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastainof rlllo, Texas. to appear 01 STATK AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA to: MarKaret -

lists well in their intensive drive to raise' funds will Hampton were visiting'Mr. and February You are 11 required. 1K40 In the above la Black H.Jo'.D.Schwalt No.7,,%whose Mm. Sheldon reel.

which to erect their handsome building.As Mrtj. J. S. Sapp. named Court and cause 1,< r wherein a dfort i dente, Stop No. lim, Petersburg Pike,

G. Norman and ''IountytTelegraphvshall pnhllHh this Richmond Virginia.You .
Mr. anrl Mrs. 01
to appear
was to be expected with the scaling down of: family were'visiting Mr. and Mrs.. Ordfr In next my four hard weekly and IXHiieH.WitneHH offlrla February are 4. 1946, In the above nam, _ii1WSHRIMP
wherein plain
thin January ed Court and cause
which cam Norman. seal nt Utarke, Florida
Camp Klanding, many of the businesses Jerry tiff seeks divorce. Bradford Counts
here to cater especially to the soldier trade are closing Mrs. II. C. Edwards and son,, (tFFIClAJj)10 SKAT,) A. J. Thomai Telegraph In next four shall weekly publish Issues.Wltn."a this. Ordei
to their original Jacksonville were visiting AM Clerk, of said. Court.Xiirh offlcla
their doors and the owners are returning Tolbert, of IF. DoiiKlaH (.ialnexvlllA. Fin my hand and
for locations.It Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Edwards Plf. 1-11 4t 21i seal at Starke, Florida, thla Dece -
abroad new fur
homes' or looking Atty >mhi r 31, 1941 OYSTERS MULLETSEA
is encouraging to note, however, that in most recently. OFFICIAL BEAD A. J. Thomas,
of this moves out, anew Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crews of \ i-iiirri-r foiur.. JIll u.'oln) As Clerk of said Court. Fin. TROUT PERCH BREAM
instances: where a business type visiting their c'nl0'1', .....J11U.\I Iif. \%: Z..ch II. Douglas, Gainesville
substantial type and appealingto .Jacksonville were : Atty. foi Plf. 1-4 4t 1-2E RED BASS SHEEPSHEADALSO
business of a more Mrs. G. A. Crews ( '':11\ -
indication parents, Mr. and Lee 14. Scott Plaintiff, vs. SunkScott Cul mtiDFOiinCol
in. This is
is moving an iv rmcriT
civilian trade i and Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Knightover Defendant Case No 4307. '>TY. FLOIIIUtl IX CIIA.X.CKKV. .-
that Starke is: going to hold its own in the post-wai the week-end. OUDKH) NOTICE O)' PL'UUICATION To APPKAH Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry
world and will remain-as it was before Camp Blandina Miss Mary Jane McCarthy spent HTATK OF FI.OUIDA to: Su..le. Loran Jests Ansel Belle Mead Mead Defendant.Plaintiff Case vs .

was ever dreamed of "a good little business town". the week-end with Miss Cora Belle HoottvhoHe residence In unknown on No. 4279.
to appear
You are required
instance have heard of a new In the above ORDER OF PtTBLICATION MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET
In at least one we Jones February 11, IfMfl AND NOTICE TO APPEAR '
business enterprise being discouraged from opening here Nadine Clark was visiting E liza- named Court and cause, Bradford wherein STATE OF FLORIDA to: LorarlAnnel .
plaintiff seeks divorce.I Is Unknown
vacant building held Sunday. shall thisUrder !Mead whose residence CALL STREET PHONE 37 STARKE. FLA.
because the owner of an already beth McCarthy "ounty Telegraph publlxh\ ,

out for a rent based on war time demands. This is an I DeWItt Crews of Jacksonville Witness In next my four hare weekly) and IMHUPB.official You are required*, In the to above appear named or.
unfortunate condition, and it is hoped that property spent. the week-end with his parents .neat at Stnrka, Florida, this J..n-I February Court and 4. cause, wherein plain.
MI' and Mrs. G. A. Crews. uary 10, 1946.lOFFICIAIj tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County
realize that the lush days are J. Thomas
owners will soon come to visiting ( SEAL) A. I Telegraph shall publish this OrdeiIn

over and we must lower our sights toward the horizonof Minnie Jewell Browning Edwards Sunday was after- \M Clerk H. DouglaM of said, Court.Kach llulne.1-1 vlll 4t. Fla.2.1 I Witness next Jour my weekly hand and Issues.official seal O N WAY'S

normalcy.A \lty. for Plf. at Starke. }Florida this December

noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Carl Sapp and 31(OFFICIAL, 1945. SEAL) A. J. Thomas. '
delegation went to meet with the Governor and attended church services at .iv nitcriToi'UT. lllttlFORnCOI'N'VY. As Clerk of said Court. l/ Service Station
family I.X
his cabinet at the State Prison on Wednesday of last Wateroak Baptist Church Sunday.Mr. CKHV.Phelma Pl.OIIIDll Znrh Atty. for II. Plf.Douglas, Gainesville.1.4 4t Fla.12SEXPERT

week with high hopes of persuading officials to reopen and Mrs. Freeman Crosby fH. K S.Tucker Bradneck Brailneck, Defendant.Plaintiff Case'o. PHONE 147 RING 2 FOR SERVICE

the State Farm Hospital until Starke can obtain have moved from, the Rising section \ 4288:

one of its own. But the delegation returned home facing to our community. They are ORDER AND NOT1CH OF Pl'TILIOATIOV TO' APPEAR F

I I the stark realization that there is no hope of such living with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reddish STATE OF FLORIDA to: K. S. Oil Changing
II but plan to build a new home radeneck, whose residence and ad- S '
IreKs Is unknown. Greasing
relief.It was brought out by Governor Caldwell and also son. The S. R. Clark family You are required to apuear on yl
I home at Ris In the above named -
to the Crosby February 4 1948
moved IVaxing
by L: F.: Chapman prison superintendent, that as long Court anfl cause, wherein plain. .

as civilians are allowed free access to the hospital ing.Mr.. and Mrs. F. R. Rhoden and Celegraph'Iff seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford thla County Ordern ... {VabhingPolishing

,I either as patients or visitors there is always an element Sunday with Miss next four weekly ln..uen.Vltnexn j
children spent \ my hand and officialleal 9
it,I ot danger that weapons, dope or other dangerous materials Thelma Rhoden in Starke. .. at Mtarke, Florida, this Jan-

might be smuggled into the prison for inmates.It Mr. and Mrs. R. L*. Morgan and [mrv OFFICIAL 2, 1046.SISAL) A J. Thomas .. Tire .Repairs

was also pointed out that the prison population is daughter, Judy attended Water- Vs Clerk of Maid Court

increasing and is expected to continue to increase during oak Church Sunday. fordan Ma. Attys Lazonby for Plf.& Dell.1.4 Gainesville 4t '1.26, ELECTRIC. ARC. WELDING

the post war years. The understaffed hospital is Gerald (Buddy) Crawford son '

already overtaxed it was stated. of Mr. and Mrs. Zary Crawford i.x fiitcrrr COITIT. DII.'OIl"t.'O '
In spite of appeals by the delegation, pointing out and John (Jack) Moore, son of CKKV.VutruHt AMOCO GAS ONE HOUR

the great need for hospital facilities in the area em- Mrs. Edna Moore left Monday for D. Ella Plaintiff vs Lucy WORKMANSHIP
at Camp Ella, Defendant. Cane No. 42X5. OIL & GREASE ,
b clngP.Ir.adfo''d? Union, and parts of Clay County the Induction into the army ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
] BlandIng.
out no hope that this request could FLORIDA Lucy .
2-0 O. J. Underhlll. Bon of I STATE: OF to: .
Ills whose residence and addressM
be granted. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Underhill I : 6000 Hertcenllna Ave. W. New Quaker State ,

The delegation returned to Starke more firmly reported( back to New Port, R. I., !ork. New Jersey. ALL WORKGUARANTEED
You are required to appear on Oil
convinced than ever that this community must go after enjoying a 16 day leave at February 4, 1046 In the above namd -

ahead with its plans for a hospital with all possible .> Court seeks and divorce.cause Bradford wherein County plalnIff Sealed Containers ,

speed. In the meanwhile those who are stricken musttake' home.Mrs.. Kenneth Thompson and Telegraph' shall publish this Ordern

their chances on being admitted to hospitals in children: of Lawtey were visiting Witness next four mv hand weekly and Issues.official seal. RIDE
other communities, the nearest of which is 26 miles tfr, and lira.: F. B. Clark Sunday. at Starke. Florida. this December YOU CAN ENTRUST AUTO LITE
Edwards and son 31, 1945. FINEST WATCH TO OUR FLORIDA
away. These are all taxed to capacity, and probably Miss (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J. Thomas BATTERIESTake
of Live Oak spent. Sunday CARE MOTOR LINES
right now someone is dying in Bradford County because ,
L. Ed.
'Mrs. H.
he 01" she could not be admitted to an already overcrowded with Mr. and USE & GREYHOUND

hospital. ward Junior demons arrived Fridayto BUSSES -

spend a 30-day furlough here. 666Cold TheSTAG For Safety _SlflllllJIP16,,

t.Ve.ryi American cherishes the Four Freedoms We hear that Mrs. H. D. Star- Comfort & Economy

the now-famous Atlantic Charter: Freedom ling and Mr. R. U. Parmenter are Preparations 'W

1)f Speech, Freedom Worship. Freedom from sick this week and we wish them Phone 147 Of It
Drops Care
Want Freedom from Fear. Carter Bldg.. Starke
a I speedy recovery. CAUTION roe o.1 ly Am Directed I

There is another freedom for which all humanityis .. p.. I ---
. .
e .
is fighting: Freedom from Disease. .

of the most feared and most insidious diseases

that annually threatens this nation is infantile paralysis. Theressa Have Coke
It is high on the list of Public Enemies because its By Irene Cochrane, Swing your partner .

victims are chiefly children under 16. . . . .
Infantile paralysis-the Great Crippler-is no respectEr -
Mrs. J. W. Moore of Valdosta. '
of persons. It strikes rich and poor alike white
Ga., spent a few days with her
and black, Catholic, Protestant and Jew. aunt. Miss Ida Hagan who has

Through contributions to the March of Dimes been very ill. She Is better now. %

which closes January 31: you can help bring the Fifth Mr. S. W. Sibley and Mrs. J. P. ; i )

Freedom closer.A Dickinson were in Palatka Tuesday -
=: --

source of pride this week was the announcementby Misses.night.Ruth and Mildred Frithof

state headquarters that Bradford County exceededits Lake Geneva were vloltlng relatives .1ii1 : ,

quota in the Victory Loan Drive. This final victory here Sunday Mr. and Mrs. .

gives the county a perfect record in all eight bond Jimmie Swindell and family.We .
drives throughout are so glad to hear that -r
war and victory. Now that peace
Alford Is much better and
Slaa returned however the need for buying bonds is Lloyd :
will soon be able to walk again.
almost as great as ever for money invested in bonds
Mrs. R M. Hersey spent a few 3
will help prevent inflation, the next great danger that 1 l li lr lt
days with her daughters Mrs. ::cd: tr
faces our country Leon Tomlinson and Mrs. G. W. ,

Ezell and their families In Jack


Prompt Service Careful Drivers Friends of Mrs. S. H. Do del were

so sorry to hear of her Illness. l

She U In the Glendale Hospitalin r

Mr. and Mrs. E... S. Sibley and

|Mrs. J. C. Cochrane were shopping : _. e ,
In Palatka Saturday. I Ir

Mr. and Mrs. Elmo McGee of
Georgia and Joe McGee of Macon

were visiting Joe McGee's daughter f : ; _cr .- j I' ::
.. '
... = : : -
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.. -
.. : .
. Phone 150 and Elmo McGee's sister and -- ..

brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Jlm

:\ 0 Day Night mle Swindell and family. -_...
Don't forget to attend Prayer

Meeting and Christian Endeavorand
Church services on Wednesday

1 RIh10IR'- I one. Is and Invited.i Saturday. nights. Every- the gang gets together at the "Y" -

i ('IIICI'ITll'RT.. mi \".'onnI and make fun surefire bet. And
i I i tOIVI'l. 1".0111"1 ('II t:\- Boys girls together a you can always
CKItV.ni.uly.: /
James. James Oefendnnt., Plaintiff Cane vs.No.Willie 4100. count on one friend of all of them being on hand-ice-cold Coca-Cola. '

YOU BAKE YOUR BEST WITH ORDER AND NOTICH OK. PUHI.ICATION TO APPEAR In the: lingo of youth Have: a Coke is: the greeting that says Tou're ,
James, whose residence Is unknown.You .
?jhfi are required to app.ar oil one of the crowd. It's a standing invitation to have a toad time and
I ftUfi4ifc< 25 Ib. February 11. 19 U. In the abov.n..1 .
: Court and cause, whrreln
plaintiff seeks divorce. I! r a dfnrd enjoy the friendly pause.
Coke .Coca-Cola:
County Telegraph shall publish this :
1.69.Don Order In .next four weekly Issues. rCocCoI and its abbreviation!
-Beet seal Witness at mark my. hand Florida and this official January IOTTIIO UNOII AUTHORITY Of THI COCA-COIA COMPANY IT \Cokarc the registered trade

10, tlH*. 11 mark*which' diitiiuruiih the pro"
(OFPMCIAIi SEAL! A. J, Thomas STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.. ,suet of Th CtiI-Cola Company.O
A. Clerk of said Court.
Ron Grocery Lawtey Fla. Zuch H. Douglas. Ualnesvllle, Fla.Ally .
for I'lf. I'll 4t 3-1
"44 TIle c.c Ce..


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J.\Nv.\nY 23. 1948 COUNTY TBLFORAPH. STARKK. P7 f1RfiAD.tl' FAGRHampton TIIIISIa
n____ __ -

=.----.-s . S months at' the home of Mr. and Monday. at FIt ark.., Florida, this January' trude Grebe Wylle, Defendant Cane February 16. 1940. In (he alov"t, at Starke Florida this Jaaai. /
Mrs. :J. II. Saxon.Immunization Paul DInkins: of the is 18th. 1948.UFFICIAI, No 4331 named Court and pause. wherein 1941OFFICIAL. '
navy ( SEAL) A. J. Tnoina, OH11EB OF PtTMLICATIONAM plaintiff .seeks. dlvor, SRAM A. J.An Tke.mq : l
I1rRdrorI (
shots home for leave t
a with
were given his parents AN Clerk of laid Court. 11'11th. 11'/'
NOTICH TO APPEARI'1TA'r Telegraph hall onhllxh. this. Clerk of Maid Court.T ,
T. Frank I Ji nil rum, Starke, Fin.
to school children
and adults lust Mr. and Mrs. P. L. l OF FLORIDA to: Anna ..
Sweeney and Atty. for PH. 1-lS 4t 2-S Oprtrude Grebe Wylle, whose re..ldencv > Order In next four weekly .limues.Wltn Frank l.andrum.I.ark./ WD1. ,;
M. 1) Thursday and Friday for Influenzaby with f* *.
?, Sir! Elma Crews attended the and address la unknown. (> M my hand and fflolat neat Alty JOT Pit. I-Ia
. . a doctor and nurse sent from basket ball game at Starke Monday ix rrnn-iT roi HT. 1111 tnFMlll. You are required to appear on i,
'. ,,
. ( 0* % '' F1.UMIII IN CIIVN-
State In the above
Board of February
has been a the Health in Jack- night. l'IIIY.Thomas. 18. 1946
1oIlil'garel Dyal sonville.\ Preventive C. Jennings Plaintiff, nomad Court and cause, whereinplnlntifr
illS MarvellathCT. measures Jessie Grlffls VII.1I..I..n seeks dlvorre. Bradford
of Miss has received his Louise| .
Jennlnll"t'CendlLnl. .
.nl guest, starke.eon were stressed for colds and coughs discharge from the army. He is ('R"" No. 4323. County Teli'Kritpta shall, publish thteOrder 1 / /
? In next four weekly 'InHiiea.Altmti
Moore of the Merchant and those having such were urgedto the son of Mrs. Lou Grlffis.IN (OHDRlt: NOTICK OF PpnurATIONAVl TO APPBAIl my hand and official nenlat
B from Pacific be most careful and not circulate STATE OF FlXintPA to: listen tUlarke' Florida, thin January
,"('s has returned his in crowded places, wherean I (inciiT roiiir. mii>fouitoivrv > IA>IIH" Jennings. whose reRldenrpnnd lath 1946.tFFit'iAi.. .
been visiting ( SMAU A. J Thomas
and has FMmiiiti IN ciit.NuRlvlne a.dIr"MII I.! 18 Irani Avenue
duty\ and Mrs. foray epidemic could easily be start- ('''::1'''. North, ()alt Ontario ('..nad... An Cleih of until Court.T. I
Idparents, Mr. ed. Mary Max on McCahtll Slb- You. are required to appear on Frank t.n.lrllln. Starke' Fla.Atty I
lay I'lnlntirr. v..., OIIMT Stephen\ February IS, 1940, In the abova Cur Plf. 1-1H 4t I.g YOU BAKE YOUR BEST WITH
Sr., left thisk Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dodd of Mid- flblov, nffvnilnnl Cane Ni 4126. named Court and cause, wherein
G W Rahme ORDER OF pt'I I )('ATIOS pliklnllff seeks divorce, Bradford
rl. make here lakes were Sunday dinner guestsof I IN 4IRCIIT t'01'RT. 111..0.+ .. 11
to AND County Telegraph shall puhlUh thUQrdvr
* for Tampa and, }Mrs.. J. F. Johnson. I In next four weekly l 'ul'\'ry. FLUIIIUtl IN ('II'NI .I I
son-in-law 0V FLOltlliA to Olivertephcn '
: KHV, "Pillsbu..al 25 "
her .. .. .
with $ Witness my hand and e >
i 8lbly 147 Went 14th .
ightor! Mr and Mrs. Roy Starr. I i Friends of J. O. Lamoreaux will Mew York. N Y.or- 213 So. at Htarke, Florida thin 1..OU..1 Wllllum Itutler H. ,Hutler Defendant.Plaintiff Case No vJonnle
of Theressa regret to hear of his serious ill- !St.: Easton, Maryland.You St"j IHth, 1946.OFFICIAL. 4324. I
Hagan ( SEAL) A. J.
Lrioa Ida ,
here visiting rel- ness. He entered the Veteran's are required to appear. An. Clerk of .unit Court OUDER OF PfnMCATION I 1.60 i
|nt Saturday II Hospital in Lake February: 18. 1948. In the above IT.I Frank l..andrum. Starke, Fla. AM NOTll'H TO At'l'IfiAK I 1 lest
City Monday named Court and
on wherein
cause Atty. for Fit. 1-18 4t 2-8 MATE' OF FIA1K1DA to: Jennienotice
''"' daughMarraret 1 plaintiff) seeks divorce and custody I, whose renldem-e. and nddrnnHi ,
Ira!. inures Hall and of minor child Bradford County I I INT'riucriT. roi'HT. nuiFfliuii In. : 647 State street Watertown. !
nt theweekendher . I . ;Telegraph In': next four nhall weekly publlxh teeuee.Witness this. Order i|I i I I COI fKHV."NTY. FW/ItIDAs INClt\ |. New. York Htiect-orJennie Syracuse. New Hutler. York 786AlH'ti I Cannon Grocery & Market 220 N. Temple
Ga. ape I my hand and official seal Alan Wylle. Plaintiff, vs. Anna Oer- You lire required to appear on r

,,. and IAbernathy
Alva and Mrs. By Mrs. Mamie Crews

xle, McAllister of Jacksonville e . . e \ Drive
e Sunday guests of Mr. ands Bib Ccc''s DnVo: Endorses

B."l Saxon. ItlGDON-CHFAVS: ........ J 0 IN .
in!. Llnnle Seely la spending a Mrs. Audrey Crews, daughterof ,
. days with Mrs. Carl C. Wynn Mrs. Bertha Crews, and Win- ., ,
p East Starke.Mr fred Rigdon, son of Mrs. Homer .
and Mr. Will Saxon reIV Manning, were married Saturday
;, left for their home in Oak- night. Jan. 19 by Rev. J. O. Raul- '
several erson at the home of Mrs. Crews.
after spending
,,1 J park r. TheILIIADPH j

Mr. and Mrs. L. W Page. Sr.,
and Mr. and, Mrs. L. P. Rafuse

FOR RENT and children Loca and JoAnn
were In Jacksonville Sunday
APARTMENTS H. C. Crews was In Starke Mon-

OK ROOMS day afternoon.L. )t
G. Crews who Is with the >:
HEAT Medical Department of the Army'in

AND HOT WATERDay Atlanta Ga.. Is spending: an 8- _
day leave with his mother and f 4
grandmother, Alma and Mrs. Bob
or Crews. '

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bradleywere
CARL JOHNS In the Heilbronn Springs sec ,

City Hall tion on business Wednesday. t1f. o f
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Griffis and
daughter, Madeline and Mrs. J. B.
>[ e : .
"t -7
Bradley were visiting" relatives in "<<' ,
I the New River Section Sunday '' I L .
J. B. Bradley was a Sunday din _
)R ACID INDIGESTIONS ner guest of his mother Mrs. 4 !. I President" Harry 8. Truman
Perry Davis. ,,, sees I'MB! March of Dime! January
Rev. and Mrs. J. O. Rauleison f j'{, { 'N 11-31. a% "A fitting tributes
; !la lili predecessor Franklla. V.
were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Lli'"r.' Roosevelt. -
Rachel Browning. .
/ t 1 Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. Bob hope National Chairmanof
1 and Mrs. C. R. Crews Included the March: of Dimes Veterans'
Rev. and Mrs. :J. O. Rauler on, J. and Servicemen's Division is rallying
9 B. Bradley Myrtle VanZant and : his legions of radio listenersfor
SOccCarpenter'sDrug ,
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Davis. a smashing victory .In the r a
January 11-31 appeal of the Na
H. C. Crews, Myrtle VanZantand p"
tional Foundation,,for Infantile )
Mrs. Perry Davis were at the
Paralysis. J r, k
State Prison Farm on business t, 1

-FOR- .1 :- !? ? l'\ ,. : :-

Concrete Block ConstructionAny : Tfir' _

Type Building

0 Floors e Sidewalks 9 Steps

Steel Window CasementsAlso ,, ,

Lumber Direct From MillJ. ., .

.311: 1w+ '


e ,, tli/ h 1 1L +

More people drink Atlantic Ale and Beer than any other.It I

must be...


Ip,4Q:1. i J.JANUARY143,1.


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TITAN IC r41FNro mod :


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.tvaeu,aue4. I
imfm,-Bnwrrltt ft All*** CtoJMH.ewa..e.

AMAZING NEW SAWSaves Half of your contributions to the :March of Dimes re- i: i',t.

main with your local chapter of the National Foundation ,. .
time cuts costs for Infantile Paralysis! to be used! for special equipment :: '

hospitalization, transportation and treatment and care. y.;
12 TO 16 UNITS PER DAY! That's the kind of of polio patients.! The other half goes to the National .r
with this remark- .'. education and aid r'. -,
production timber operators report .. Foundation for( research emergency "
able new Kuf-Kwlck pulpwood saw. Designed to cut i. during epidemics. "It ,.
14 inch logs in one cut the Kut-Kwlck keeps costs V

'way down production 'way up. One man can '
operate the Kut-Kwick ond the one-piece, electric
welded frame Is light, easy to handle. Available Immediately 1

no delays, no priorities. Ideal for Goods '
farm use and perfect for parks, telephone Koch Drug Store Tyus Dry ,"

and telegraph companies,
clearing land and scores of other uses. .

WRITE complete US Information.KUTKWICK for Illustrated. booklet giving Roy's' Restaurant t Gassett Furniture Exchange

v .'-- United Army Store" Lappe Bakery

Co. Cannon's Grocery ,& Market

Bradford Engineering .

Conway-Libby U-Fly-It Service

Furniture Co.


_::2.50 WEST 57TH STREET NEW YORK \9, N. Y.


Jack Frledler, who has managed' Mrs. Edward.!Burn; left Mon II'f ClnCI11T ("0 W'liT

111 SOCIETY and CLUBS Miss Carolyn Green Weds Captain Raney'in J Roger's Jewelry Store In Starke day by plane ..for Pallas, Texas, (COUNTY.*:HT. .LOIIIU" Ititiff. Q.'.,.!

'' Beautiful Ceremony Here Last Week for the past several years, left where; she was.called because of ,' v.,., Pstriekl Ruth.rUn$
Ohio, where serious IlIneBII'of her mother.E. '
Tuesday for Cleveland, the dant. Case: No. 4246erlln'h
I One of the prettiest home weddings that Starke has seen wa I he will visit his parents!, Mr. and E. Lansing, who was discharged ORDER OF' 1'1,
Birthday Party Two Couples HonoredBy I solemnized Wednesday. January 16th, at six o'clock In the evening!! Mrs. Harry Friedler. Mrs. Fried- ] from service on Nov. 9 STATR AND' NOTICE OF F(.OR To,'AppIlIl' (

For Lind! Kay SaleMrs. Mrs. R. R. CrosbyAt at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green, when their niece Emma ler and their two daughters, Joyce after five years' In the army, dur- knave Sutherlin n. whose iufil, \ |, |
Carolyn Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Green of Starke and Sandra' returned to Clevelandlast ing which time he served In required ,

Guy Sale entertained at Reception SundayAn became the bride of Captain Emmett A. Uaney of Freeman, Virginia,, week. Before leaving, Mr. France and Germany, has accepted Februaryr25 ed Court and. 1948 cauai, I iiab|)I"" ApI(.)|.>.<.",

the home of her mother. Mrs. J. informal reception was held The marriage vows were made before an Improvised altar ol, Friedler stated that he wished a position as storekeeper in tiff seeks divorce hrart11'? ')
B. on North Cherry St., to say goodbye to all of his friends a clothing warehouse. at Camp Telegraph shall puhiuj0, to
Sapp Sunday eveningat the home of plumosa fern, interspersed S it In next four ''hlWitness .4
afternoon in honor of the I 'I' through the paper because' Blandlng.: iS"
Sunday w
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Crosby for Mr. with Y4. my hum' }
of see everyone Mrs. O. 3, Griffin la Meal at .. *I
fourth birthday anniversary and Mrs:'Paul Faulkner and Mr. white gladioli would not get to now a pati- uary 23,jllnrle0'1 1S49. < '"|iiithl, r.I IOFFICIAL
her daughter, Linda Kay. whose before leaving. He expects to ent in Riverside Hospital, much to ( ,
The beautifully decorated birth- wedding and Mrs.'was Lucian an event Conner of Jan. 8 at and baskets tuberosesTall of 4_f I return to Florida at some time. the regret 'of her friends here and I As. Frank Clerk of BEAT.said )Cour'T. A .I.....
I Landrum, I
iced In pink and r in the future. in St. Augustine.
day cake was Pine Level Church. flowers banked (Atty. for eit. 25FH
"Happy I i I Mrs. Edna Dowty, of Jacksonville .
the inscription
white with
Pink and white gladioli and the Idea and e it
Birthday" and wan topped by four ; I is the guest of her daughter -
used to make
candles. The table wan greenery were high candelabras } Mrs. R. A. Weeks, hero this
pink arches over the doorways Into the provided a.s o f t '
with lace cloth and week.
covered a room where the guests were glow o f candlelight ,; -'; r 1 /
floral of nar- Mrs. A. L. Neuner Tampa
lovely arrangements greeted and tall baskets of flowers during the 114. x
added I the week-end with her 4
jonquils spent
cissi yellow
were placed about the room which beau tlful double ,
much to the beauty of the room brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
added to the beauty. ring I ceremony.
where the children were enter- I Mrs. I, P. Shepherd.
The lace covered table was cen- From the ceiling
tered with the cakes which were were suspended i r IV cinrriT coniT.; IIRAI>POIIIn >
Favors of candles were given beautifully decorated In the bridal white wedding ftj'V l"NTY.' FI.OHIIHl IV CHAN: YOU BAKE YOUR BEST WITH

and refreshments of Ice cream, motif. Mrs. Lloyd Green played bells edged with 1 CKHV.Ilenrv .C. Mi-PTlde: Plaintiff, vs. &-o
cake and cookies were nerved. appropriate music during the tulle and having t Ann McBride, Defendant: Cane No. I

About 17 children were present evening. tuberoses as clap- 4336.ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND e "Pi1.lsbu..q i 25 Th,
and Mrs. Sale was assisted by her pew. '. NOTICE: TO APPEAR
Punch and cake were served to STATE OF FI )HIIJA to; Ann
B. and sister -
mother, Mrs. J. Sapp the
those present and Mrs, Crosbywas During ,'. McUrlde!, whose residence' and ail-
Mrs. W. D. Mundy, Jr. ceremony, Mrs. J err' dress I In: 8ft Kirk Street, West gBest 1.6J
assisted In serving by Mrs. ,
Present were Shi Ann Smith, Sidney W. God"f Orange, New Jersey
Robert Taylor Mrs.! W. C. Conner s .v i Von are required, to appear on
Mp\ *"e :Mundy Burge Searing, John Ad- C. Sapp, Mrs.and Robert Mills Myrlck Haven, Crosby.Mrs. J. sang the 'y. .",. ,'" ...'............ plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein Stefanelli Grocery & Market, Starke

ainsj, ...ane /smith, Charlene and wedding songs, 'tf -- .... County Telegraph shall publish
Kay Dennis, Ella Jane and Billy "Because" by d' 1\\" t this Order in next four weekly Issue
Last Week 4 A *.
Hazen Brenda Jane Lewis, Jim- Party Hardelot and. "At Clipt. and !MrH. IUney are shown above ua Wltnenfl my hand and official
Dawning" by rnl At Ktarke, Florida, this Jan-
Vida Jean Gentry For Archie GreenLittle
my Wiggins JacobsUley cut their Me Frances Landrum and Dutch and Carrie mon y> (I'hoto by Ted Onborne) (OFFICIAL SEAL: ,) A. J. Thomas, &T LEARN
Bob Smith. Archie Green entertaineda Bond. Her lovely As Clerk of said Court.
William I>. Morgan, Fifth Floor
large number of friends Thurs- lyric soprano voice added great edged with small flowers of the Clark Building, Jacksonville, Florida -
H. B. Boyd of Atlanta is the day afternoon of last week at the beauty and Impressive solemnity same material. With this en- Atty. tor; Pit 1-25 4t 2-15 TO Fly !

guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harley F. home of his parents Mr"and Mrs.L. to the occasion. Mrs. L. A. Can. semble was worn a shoulder cor- ,
Strong at Kingsley Lake. J. Green on N. Walnut St., the ova was the accompanist and also sage of orchid chrysanthemums.

Miss Virginia Pitts of Gainesville occasion being his sixth birthday played the traditional. wedding M s. Lex Green, the bride's aunt, NOTICEI under the
was a week-end guest of anniversary. marches. wore a beautiful dress! of grey ,
The bride silk lace on which was placed would like to informmy
Miss Carol White a lovely blonde, was a
The little folks were entertained
In the living room and calan-- given In marriage by her father, corsage of yellow daffodills. Mrs. customers that I shall G. I. BILL OF RIGHTSat

dulas and narcissi were irSed as Floyd Green, and wore a wedding R S. Johns of Lake Butler, an- be in town to answer plumb-
CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION decorations.A gown fashioned from the nylon other aunt of the bride, wore a ing calls at any time of the
parachute which was used by her lovely blue silk dress made on day. I have resigned
cake, in
birthday iced white
husband during his service In the lines.
with green and yellow decorations, from my position at Camp
Air Corps In the India-Asiatic After the ceremony the bride
formed a centerpiece for the din- handing] and am ready to
and her
Theatre of war. Beautiful handmade husband received relatives
ing table, which was covered witha lace from China formed thedecollete' and friends. The guests give full time to my busi- STARKE AIR PORT
lace cloth.Individual.
I neck and the waist was retired to the dining room, wherea Tiess in town.I .

_t fii cakes and ice cream torso length with a long, flowing five-tiered wedding cake, topped will be glad' to serve the
were served, favors were given ''I skirt that ended In a graceful with a miniature bride and bride- people of Starke, whether
i and yellow baskets filled with groom was placed.! Over the
train. The wedding veil was of a small or a large job, and
candy passed around to the silk bride's cake were suspended three
illusion fashioned
an will give prompt service at
guests. Jells) of tulle For Information
Elizabethan tiara wrought with wedding : and flowers
all times.I .
Archie received a large num- seed pearls and lace. Beautiful from which white satin streamers .
ber of 'gifts'' from his 30 little bridal roses centered with a lovely were carried to the ends of the have appreciated what Call V. S. St. John142
I friends who shared the occasion orchid formed the bridal table. A lovely white lace tea the people of Starke have
with him.Jacqueline. bouquetand done for in the and
I sprays of white satin ribbon cloth adorned the table and on me
,and roses fell gracefully from its this were placed heart-shaped am now ready 'to serve or
Andrews center. With this lovely bridal sandwiches, boh b o n s and nuts. them from my residence at,

ensemble was worn beautiful Coffee was poured from a lovely 716 West Lafayette St..
/To Wed L. B. '
PHARMACIST MoorerIn antique diamond (avaliere. coffee service: by, Mrs. O. }.. Beas- Maj. Richard G.; Kidd, A.U.S. Res.

Church Ceremony Miss Anlce 'Green, the bride's ley. a close friend of the family. Edward T. ShullPlumber . .1
The bride; Is a descendant of one at Phone 63If
61 STAilKE was herordy1! attendant,
Phone Mr. and Mrs. Joseph William of the'oddest'plpneer families in *
Her gown was flesh pink, fashioned .).').1.
On-the-Minit ServiceSIZZIJNO Andrews announce the engage. of brocaded "tatfe "and the state, having been descendedon
ment and approaching marriageof made with decollete' neckline. her paterna side from the -
their daughter, Jacqueline to Andrea family who were
Pink brlarllff roses,_with a background among
Leon Blake Moorer, sort "of Mr. of baby-blue'satin the first,settler of St."Augustine.She .
and Mrs. L. R. Lambert o; Wash- formed her. unusual bouquet. attended school and graduated dl OiMuEYat
ington, D. C., and grandson of from Bradford County HighS
Mr. and Mrs. H. Captain Raney had as his best hOoI
D. May of Hamp- and later was employed in
D1a1hla younger brother, John .the, Starke postofflce.
ton.The Raney of Freeman 1911
Virginia. The
wedding'will be solemnizedIn wedding vows were impressivelyread Captain Raney comes from a CANNON'S NEW GROCERY ,

the First Methodist Church of by the Rev. Leslie Shepherd, pioneer family of Virginia. For IN THE WINKLER BLDG. 220 N. Temple Avenue
Starke on Saturday evening. Feb. Chaplain of the State Prison the last five years he has servedin -

2, at 6 o'clock Farm, who was the brlde'a former the Air Corp and has just returned -

pastor. :1 from two years active LOOK OVER THESE OPENING SPECIALS
Friends of N N, Prevatt will regret The bride's mother, Mrs. Floyd service in the Indian-Asiatic The-

to learn that he is a patientIn Green, wore a becoming dress of atre of War. -I.He plans to join

p I IF II St. Vincent's Hospital, Jack- black crepe with a soft flowing his father In business in his home 25 Ibs. Self-Rising]
sonville. collar of white lace. With this town of Freeman, Virginia.
Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh, who has was worn a corsage of crimson After the reception, Captain Pillsbury Flour 1.60
been the Ruest of her brotherinlaw cam e1lla Mrs. ;A, M. Raney, I Uaney and his bride left to tour -
l and sister, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. mother of the bridegroom, was the southern part of Florida and

\''e813e'Stalka1 Brownlee, returned Tuesday to her lovely In a navy blue sheer, fashioned visit Cuba. They will later be at
S & home in Lakeland. with a neck of marquisette, I home In Freeman, Virginia.

1'o."l.e"o. serving Mrs. Lex at the Green reception was assisted by Mrs.in Long Grain Rice, 3 Ib. Pkg. .45

L. H. Jennings, Mrs. C. H. Nas-
\. ,
l worthy Mrs. L. A. Shepherd, Mrs.

1''-... =-.. 1 / Robert V. Turner., Mrs. E. L. Maxwell House .35
Matthews. and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright Coffee, 1 lb. jar :- -

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I -
Out of town
-:,. guests included
Mrs. A. M. Raney, John Raney, Fresh
Grade "A"
YOU BAKE YOUR BEST WITH and Monroe Mrs.\ Raney Howard,"E.Ingram G. Raney of ,Freeman Mr.- Tomatoes
lb. .19 f RoundSteak lb. .39
STEAK The Richmond, Virginia, Mrs. ,
1 Raymond Matzat and daughters.

LOBSTEKSII1UM1 lillb&lr... Montine and Suzanne, Mrs. Walter Eastern a Country SmokedSausage ,
A. Alvarez and'Mrs. Mattie Belle
B Hurst of Jacksonville; Mr. and Apptes,2tbs.- lb. .42
CH1CKKN: BestGreen's Mrs.. R. S. Johns of Lake Butler, -

and Mrs. V. A. Harris of Gaines COCTQ

Store Starke Fla ville., 2 Ibs. Grade "A" Teabone I

._. -0. Sweet Pot. '- -, .25 Steak lb. 049
A (.'.:': :... .; -
for WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE t'4IR s \,.1 Green .. Grade "A"Franks .

connoisseursgood I ." M I Cabbage lb. -: .04 p Ib.- .32
01 V''i'1I:" : ) -

and foodfrn* Radiollleadquarters MADE OUR SPECIALTY TO ORDER Blue Rose Rice 5 lb. pkg. .45-

drink ; -


B Safety Matches 3 packs .25
DON'T StrikeWE SEZ - ,- -

monphere enjoy s pleasant rating where hereto at- ARE S t u C k e Premium Crackers, 1 lIb. pkg. '." ,- .19

O .
you know the food
will be deliciously Trying to render service : -

cooked tiT and attrmo- Carey's Salt 3 packs-- .10
4jr' 8f1'Vtd.! e NC ; -

All Production Lines At:.A -1 -

O Standstill, Except At U. S. No. 1 Potatoes lO Ibs. .35CANNON'S

&?TY : - .
see where atomic

325 TEMPLE AVENUE \ \VINKLER I Electric Service ui Supposed soon. Meanwhile to do housework, laundry'energy for Is

got to be done even with soap
so hard to nt. Remember, GROCERY
221 TEMPLE AVE. where. there'' tat there' soapPATS
keep turninc In USED
to help make mart_pl

I "The Friendliest Store In Town"III..tUI _


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1BiTS' LOCAL NEWS I Miss Janet Anderson spent the ford County, Fla. IIUNHPH to meet Starke, Rradford! County Florida Mrs. Carl D. Clark has returned I- J. D&hpivr made a buAiJWUI: t I
week-end with Miss Doris Mon- all State requirement and regulations thin 2ir crief at the State Farm. and the board reserves the (aNAL) A. J. Thom, from a three week visit In her I' trip to Jacksonville/ ThurnJay a* 'I ,
right to reject any and all ldn. Clerk of. Circuit.Court fir nradford '
Mrs. Dallas Weaver of Cedar- Please. state delivery date In ;your County", Vlorlda.r home In Wauchula. I ** *. I, ,
of F.3.C.W. Mrs. Girlie Wade has gone to lild. Additional Informntlnn may oy Lui'ilip c Conner l>. C. I ;
Ida Letahassee Davis own, Ga., spent the week-end with b.. obtained at the office of the 12. 4t *- )
9 her home In
spent the week.end Courtland, Ala., fora Mr. and Mrs. Sam county Huperlntemient. 1-2S 2t HAVE YOU TIMED ; 1
Anderson. ,
Mi". and Mrs. visit before joining her husband, They T,. Thiv4rrn. or I ; t
her parl'nts were visiting In Green Cove NOTICE ('...et, ('smtnls.loeersDlsrlet .
Davie She was accom- Sgt. Hershel Wade, at his new Springs and Jacksonville Sunday I have Hold my buslneae: The >o. 4 I II 'I I IllriKlfnril : The OIXIE CAFE"The \ ''I
McRae ofosh station In New Hradford Photo Cimntr. Florida
Miss Betty Jersey. Mrs. Wade and had with Whop at 147 fall
by I supper Mr. amt Mrs. St. hereby announce my candidacy
week-end .Starke. Fla on January III,
has been
who spent the an employe of the Smart Paul Etheredge In Jacksonville 11..0. fur County Commlmiloner. District Food"Regular
elatlves In the stat "U'14. Shop for some time and made that night. : It 1. LI CIN.I No 4, I'omprlHlnic" Ih..tlnll' Preolncts '' Home of Home Cooked
of Hampton, tlraham, and
L Virginia Sewell of F.S.C.W. many friends while here. Paul Knight of New York City I NOTI <' fr) Th..ri>NNa, subject to the will of the j'

(Iahassce rvr.rsTnTjIrs. ;Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Houser! 01'Flat was the guest of his parents, Col. TO AL notice!. WHOM In hereby IT MAr given CONCERN that- In voters MayIf In thenpemocratlp! Primaries Meals Short Orders

he'' Rook, Ala., are visiting fr.Houser's and Mrs. D. E. Knight the first as Ouardlan of Wlnford P. Klnvr elected; to this office T willcontinue : ..
slater, Mrs. Mar g ery of this week. He returned to the undersigned will make .appilewtlon to discharge the dutiesconnected I I
to County Judge of Bradford therewith In a fair and Popular Prices
Morris ..lacksonLI Colley. Mr. and Mrs. Houser were New York Wednesday, where he County, Florida, to Hell at private Iml'iirtlnl, manner I
vlslt- In Green Is mile for cash on the 28th of tin that promise I earneatlynullclt
Jackson were sight-seeing Cove Springs Production Director with the day .
Carl February, 1S48! the following deMcrlbed your vote and Hupport.HeMiiectfullv
I Jacksonville Monday. Sunday. I National Broadcasting Company property" of said minor, tu-- yoiirn I. 702 Temple! Starke Fla.
In Radio City. wit: The Matt. Morgan Farm and T. C. Chiutaln f
house containing approximately. ; liT
Major William A. Johnson of acre of land located at Htarke.

46INCHHEAVY I Miami Beach spent Wednesday NK4 Florida of, further HKVi, : A described 810Vi of SKVi an the ft

and Thursday of last week with NKV4. except 12 acres to-wlt: comiiioncInK Living Room Suits !
the Rev. and Mrs. W J. Church- at NK corner of Slay\ of lF
NKW Section 27, Twp. 6 S. It 12 M r nl pA
FIELD well. He has Just returned from and run Went 383 )Feet thence. run H Hy
a year In the ETO and was being Southeast. to a point 225 fert Went BLUE TAPESTRY
nf Section line on South aide of
released from service at Camp F144t: of NKVi. thence SiiutheMuttlUO 1+
FENCING FIlandln -. feet to point 120 fit from, xttltl. TWO PIECES;
Section line; thence l-Iunt 120 f..tIn
-.. Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Morgan of Suction\ Line, Thence North. anSection
I Montgomery, Ala., are visiting line to beginning; All fxft ,
'ut the followlnnr. to-wit: S acres .
Gilbert's Trading Post Mrs. Morgan's brother-in-law and In NM corner of SlCVi of NK'/i.: -
sister, Sen. and Mrs. Charley E. to W. M. LTyan. almi except & 11I..1
Johns. Hold to Mary K. llalxlop In MW' Corner .-
of HKVi of NK't and In the )! 1 ,
MACCLENNY, FLA. Col. and Mrs.. G. C. Irwin of Northwest Corner of NICV> of HKW
!Section: 27, Twp. 8 8, It 22 /.. ContalnlnK Sofa Beds
Ft. Mammouth N. J., are spending In all 66 acres, more or I lessin e ,
several weeks with Mrs. Ir- Section 27, Twp. II I) S, It 23: East e t Irj r
win's mother Mrs. P. H. Mantissa H'* Ounr and sinter. Mrs. T. F. Grady. 1-25 4t 2-15

1 / The Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines I9'1111 1:1llrrli ) (' U. ('111.
e spent Tuesday in Jacksonville and 1'l I'"< 'UI II'"' IN A') FUtt Beautiful
\'Oltll ('1)11'\, I"I.UIUIII' \. Tapestry 1
1 remained for church services there ('ilY1IIY.Fllenutn ,
that night. S. lllckmun, Platform f ;
Plaintiff.vs. Full
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. DuPre of niVOUCK! Length
Live Oak are spending a few days Alrene Jeanette
t'rowder Illckman, Folds Out For
YOU BAKE YOUR BEST WITH1illsbu..q with their son and daughter-ln- Defendant Rockers f
Double Red'
law. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DuPre. OltniCH 4>F Pl'HLlCATION
Mrs. Lawrence
's 25 lb. have gone for a delay-In-route at TO: Aliens Jennette. Crowiler Illi'k- $27.50 to 99,50
c their home In Chicago while Sgt. IB man unknown.It whose. residence and address

Lee Is being transferred to Ft. appearing by affidavit. filed In $59.50

1.63Darby's Benning, Ga. Mrs. Lee has been ''the Jennette above Crowder stated cause Illckman. that, the AIUne Defendant

t Best an employe of the Florida Power herein named ,In a nonresident ( OTHER ITEMS NOW ON SALE
of the <
& Light Company office here for State of. Florida "
and that her residence Is unknown.

Grocery & Market, StarketARMER'SSUPPLY ,. some Camp time Blanding.while Sgt. Lee was at and her, and last that known there address Is no person Is unknown e Medicine Cabinets Ironing Boards .

In the State of Florida, the ,
service >
Mrs. Emily Faver of Miami arrived of a Summons In Chancery upon Mirrors //room Illankets Throw'a ,
last week for a visit with whom would bind such Defendant,
and that she In over the age <>ftwentyone Kjug .
her slater, Mrs. Bertha Pearce. years. That the said
efendant, after dlllKent search and
ti nurrrr rot nT. nitiitpoimCOI Iflftiulry. has been beyond the bound'iliirluH I'
'\TV, FLOHIU.1 1% tllANCT.HY. -' of thu State of Florida fur a
period of time, more than sixty. ((00) See Us! Before.. You Buy or Sell AVe'lluy and Sell
Virgil William Roiiknlg-ht, Plaintiff clays prior hereto.It .
CORNER 10TH & CHERRY STREETS VH. Charlotte K. Houknliclit, Is therefore ordered that said Good Used! Furniture
lI..f..ndllnt.! Case No. 41)47.) non-resident Defendant, Allene Jen -
ORDER OF PIT L1CAT1ON nette Crowder lllckmnn be and she ;
W : :
OK FmKII to: I'lmr- filed In said cause Watch For Our New location In Starke
otte ":. HouknlirnW whose residence. on or before the 23rd clay of February -
A Few Penn Air Electric Heaters 1M 21511! N. Quebec Street, Arlington' 1948 other wise the allegations By February 1st.
VlrKlnla. of salt Hill for Divorce will
You are required to appear on he taken as confessed. by the said
Special .At $9.95 Defendant,, for her failure
February 25. 1946. In the above named to comply
Court and cause, wherein plain- with this order herein made IT'SA FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
tiff seeks. divorce. Bradford County It Is further ordered that this
Telegraph Khali publUa thin OrderIn order be published. once each work
CHILDREN'SDouble next four weekly lumen.Wltne For four consecutive week In theIlradford
..H my hand and offlolal eat County Telegraph a John H. Denmark Furniture
Lawn Swings it StarkeFlorida, thin\Ja.nu.ii-y 24. Newspaper published In llradford. .
I", |HA I County, Florida,),
OFFICIAL BEAU) LAf J. Thomas Given under rny hand and official PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA.
$2 As Clerk of mild Coilrt. 1 1Zach I .a Ifot' mv office In the c'ltv: of :

It. Douglas, Gainesville Fla. .
'f...,- Atty for Plf. 1-Z5 4tfS-15/ -- ..
Ballard & Rallaril(,Feed.-. American Fencing .. 1:11: CIRCUIT cornr, BRADFORD :
..i-' .. ,. CERV. Special
Helen P. Humt. Plaintiff. VH. Daniel
N. Hurst Defendant Cane No. 4348. 1 S'ale
'NAT SEZ: STATE OF FLORIDA. to; Danlal s i Rexall .
N. Hurst. whose residence Is unknown -

the You are required to appear on
We vacancies and
got Fehrtmry 25, 1946, 'In the above

p Navy's got sailors Now If \"e ilalntlff named Court eekii.and dlvor cause..e.. ItriulfnrdBounty wherein THIS WEEK ONLY

4'1 can Just get the two tofffther, ( Telegraph shall publlMh this .
l Order In next four weekly iMmien.WltneHS .
everything will be -Ucken again. my hand and official

One thing that will help: cleanup veal at 24. Starke Florida, this January $1 Lavender Bath Powder 2 for 1.01

(in.EAL) A. J. Thomas .
fix property, (
up up
and If you can wee your way clear Ae/Inch Clerk II IiniiKla"of said ,Court.Ualneevllle. Fla. SPECIALS $1 Adrienne Bath Powder 2 for 1.01
Atty. for Plf. 1-25 4t 2-15
to trim that rentju a little, itwon't _
V 4)'VIV' FRI. & SAT. ONLY .39 Talcum 2 for .40
hurt at all at all. :
Thin l is. to certify tlmt the undersigned -
will on the 28th day of .25 Lavender Talcum -2 for .26
to the Bounty
February 194H. apply Firm Hard Hd.
judge of Bradford County Florida\ ,
for Final 1 I Discharge. an Admin!..- .50 C.. N. Talcum 2 for .51
trator of the Estate. of burllne Lettuce .10 -.

FOLKERFABRICS 1-1 ranSaereaiVedH 54t 2-15 i W11nATI.BY.Adminletrator.YOTICI .50 Gardenia Cleansing Cream 2 for .51

Whitehouse 1-2 lb. can
1 : TO RInD1:115 Cream 2 for .26
.25 Jasmine
The Hoard of Public Instruction Cleansing :. -
U of Bradford County: Fla.. will receive Peanuts .21
Healed. bids im Jpa.Meniter
bus. body or I 38-passenger. bus .25 Foot Powder .. 2 for .26
body and chassis complete on or

i-clnrk before Tuesday.a. m. In Feb.It. 1 6 offirs. 1948,In at the 10. Silver Cow Tall Can .39 Brighten Tooth Powder 2 for .40

0 ounty courthouse at Btarhe, HradE

e Milk - .09 1.39 Vitamins A & D, 2 for 1.40
o '
e o e .99 Halibut Liver Oil Capsules 2 for 1.00
ego M 3 3I 3s Fancy Blue Rose 3 Ibs.

Rice .25 .25 Cold Sore Lotion .. 2 for .26

: 1.25 Vegetable Compound 2 for 1.26

RAYON CREPEIN Smoked, Tender lb. .49 Petrofol Mineral Oil 2 for .50

J Picnic Hams .34

ORIGINAL 1.25 Melo Malt Tonic .- 2 for 1.26

DESIGN by $ mo Tender lb. 1.25 Peptona - 2 for 1.26 / '

: Roast Beef .29 .25 Sodium Bicarbonate 2 Ear.26 t

... .
.75 Asthmatic Powder 2. for .76 k,
6 lS SPECIA E C I IL n L Armour's "

1.25 Beef Wine & Iron 2 for 1.26
flash -
Corn Beef x

,FORmULnc o FL 1.50 C. L. Oil Jrvr;;r: 2 for 1.51


e.i s r. C REACH.E fl 16 oz. can .26 .50 Milk of Magnesia 2 for .51

c 2 '511 'JAR' Luzianne Ib .65 No. 6 Disinfectant 2 for .66

II JANUARYJIOO. Coffee .23 .25 Aspirin 2 for .26

v 26th .89 Carica Bile Tablets 2 for .90
11th 10

.35 Cascara 2 for ..36
Your fo;ofiti"becTwijTold

tot a gf.o laVing .andI I .25:Boric Acid Ointment 2 for .26

i'iiT |fin' wh.n you can oppeoel -

..... l kit. H most 'b coun..r-.
r oct Ih. .ffects of wint.r 011

1,10061 19.95Sternberg's the Micof skin around CARPENTER'SYour

your eyel and throat.Su6leer .

/ 10'''">*..*
R X ALL Drug Store

_ KOCH DRUG STORE Phone 64 .. .. Starke, FloridaY. '
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*7ftWONE . . . and address !I. Rural Rout No. 1. Jon*. whoa rsldne, I* unknown. NOTICE :"lOT
to on I Is
I but they can wear Ton ar* required appear )(F.RY..ifTt
" dresses, I West virs-lBia.
/ Wllonburc. February {. 1'4'. In the above tb. undersignedness ott
"III OPINIONBy I the very popular sweaters and ill/ Ton are required I"to the appear above on named Court and cause. whrln I under the f .l .. .
WOMAN'S, skirts or blouses or sport drese SunnybrookBy February I*. ami 1541.cause. rBre' plaintiff seka dlvore Bradford I Farmers Supply "-*
named -Court
County Telegraph shall publish this Cherry Sts.. sta 1'II i|,
: They can look just as feminine 3In. O. E. Crosby I plaintiff seeks annulmentBradford shall bll.li this' Order la next four weekly iaaoea.Vltna : tends to register PYc
Bill- Rua. of as can remember the quite dl s 1| and can be a lot more attractive a I . Order County:: in Telegraph nest four weekly p. issues' \ my hand and officialaeal name In the Oft .**'.
at Stark. Florida, this January the Circuit r- 'VrCounty.
witnessedlast official
gusting sights that were and in my own personal opinion) ( Mrs. R. >(. Crosby and son. Witness. my Florida hand and Ibis January t 3. 1'41.OFFICIAL Fla. J.IU .
Recently I was uptown one Call Street by the at Stark. A. J. Thomas
summer on men' Mike
I from cute to wear 8t.
lit is far of .
t Nick. Mrs. Mabel Sullivan 15th. 1545.OFFICIAL n
quiet afternoon during the fcoli who went around dressed and SEALA. J. Thoma*. / Aa Clerk of said Court.H. Rt. : ,
women .
clothes. i Starke were visiting! relatives in ( O. Brown tftark Florida BUr g4t1IN
days when all the children were< in shorts Some! of them were an :' Think it over girls. i A. Clerk of lAnd said ram.Coort.$ Fla.Atty Alt?. for Pit. 1-11 .t 2-1: 41 ,-,
Jacksonville Monday T. Frank
out of school and while sitting In actual disgrace to the public and J for Plf- ''a11t *-* ,
a soda :r Mr*. O. E. Crosby and daughter. IX CIHCTIT COIKT. BR.'I>PORO f'IRC'I"lT:
a drag store sipping this was a booming Cot
could not help but notice a groupof army at that post and our streets were :'Bradford Farmers I Beverly J o. spent the weekend In 5.. riHcrrr ;0-;;;'. BRIIIPORUlT1 sot CKHT.NTY. FLOHIUit IN C1I.t" >- 101'\TY.
teen age girls stAnding on tile with soldiers. There were Gainesville with her son-in-law ( '. FIAJR.O.t 11 CH,"<- Michael Oaeta Plaintiff vs. Anna McDowell ,
crowded : Get $21,400 t
May ..
.. N. 42'1-
Defendant. Can* anrte
and! and daughter Mr. and Mrs. E. V. CERT. Gaa ("Ufford MeDo.
giggling about
were Plaintiff vs.
corner. They stories written '
numerous Jefferson Lee Tn44*< ORDER OF PCBLICATIOX ttetk
el." '
tinting about as they usually do i what to wear and not to wear I I I For Soil ConservationBy Cain. They were accompaniedhome Ratal Ma* Dodda. DefendantCase! AND :NOTICE TO APPEAR o.ORDER OF'IILI
I '
attracted attentionto \ of Sunday by Mr. CrosbyMr :So. 4125. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Anna AND SOTI': < r
but what my : around an army post and one i ORDER OF PCBUCATIOX Gaeta, who. rtdenco. and address E TC
them more than anything elite the main subjects was the wear- : I* T. Dyer, County Agent SAd Mrs. I.. S. Gallowaywere AND NOTICE TO APPEAIt Kulhl* la SI rnblnc Road. Clifton. New. Clifford McDowJ I OF ., _(a..1t-
the they were dressed. sun-backed dresses. her brotherinlawand STATE OF FLORIDAldenr.. Jersey.You la unknown.
was way ping of shorts and The farmers of Bradford Coun- visiting Mae IXxJd. and are required to.apPAp on
There were about six in the group There were a lot of complaints J21.400. which is the sitter Mr. and Mrs. Loran addr*.. I. lfe W. lITtb St. Apt.1W. February 11. !.... In the above Ton are req'21r.s 14 It
all had on dungareeswith ty may get :New York. Nw York. named Court and ran**. wherein February 11.H6., b I :
and they about soldiers insulting allotment for this county from Conner in Starke Saturday nightMrs. Too are required to appear on. plaintiff Seeks 011..0,..,.. Bradford named Court and : lit
the legs about half rolled up women and those who prissed Government funds for carrying, H. K. Lewis. Mr. W. C. February 1'. 1'4'. In to* abo* County Telegraph shall. poblimn this. plaintiff seeks din I 041,
shirts slouched Court and cause. wherein In neit four ... iaanca.Wltn County Telegrap'ball
checked named Order
and big of along so big In shorts 'were the out Soil Conservation practices on Conner and )(ra. Ruby Lewis were plaintiff' seeks dl..O,..*. Bradford *** my hand ad official Order In neat r. Jr ....i'"
over their hips and the majority I(greatest complainers. and pray their farms in 1946. visiting! }(r. and ]:zs. Bishop County Telegraph hall publKh this J seal at Stark. Florida this January wltsess my .acrd &oj
them had their hands run deep into think Order la neat four weekly 7. 1541.OFFICIAL seal '.t Starke Fiori4&' ,
ten me what else can a man to Thomas at LaCroas Saturday.Mr. official. II.
their With their actions 1 I This new plan is expected Witness my hand and ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas aalT 10. 1544.OFFICIAL
pockets. ''of a woman who goes around of advantage to many farm- : and Mrs. Freeman Crosby at Siarke Florida. tbl January'OFFICIAL A. Clerk of said Coort.Willlam ( SEA -1
they presented a rather disgusting practically exposed than that the prove thai have sold their farm here and A. J. Thomaa.A .I D. Morran. Fifth Floor. A. Clerk of ..a14Urt..
en who usually earn more SEAL) Clark Bldg. Jacksonville. Florida.Atty. Zach H. Douglas
sight J iaaes;
Is the kind that you can make remarks their individual farm allowance moved to Heilbrenn Springs. We ,,I Clerk of said Court. Fla.JAtty. for Plf. 1.11 41 *-l Attr. for Pit. bt

I am not opposed to lacks or to? It is the woman's In this'new plan the state allot II are sorry to lose them. 'I T. Frank. for Plf.I-androm. Stark t-l1 4t 2-1 '
shorts or clothes of the kind these fault and not wholly the men's.I J2.6O0.001 Hutton Lee Clark of Hellbronn ix: cincriT COI-RT. BRADFORD 11: CIRCTITdant. (Ot RT
ment of approximately cot'\TY. F1.ORIO4.I 1:* CHVM- lit
girls were wearing but I am opposed -; read about one town that passed has been allotted to the counties has bought the Freeman Crosby!j 1 I* 055RTY1TFLONIDIralittII.f:; : D CEHT. ,I COI....:R.\TY.... FLORID' a

to wearing them in publicplaces a law that no person over age on a basis of the farms in the farm. W. wlah to extend a cordial -I, CERT.Albert "II.Dorothy Vincent Ryan Rucslero.Rngrlero.Defendant Plaintiff. Joseph Madlanttt. Phlt

where it is much more sensible of 16 would be allowed to be on Then, in each county. the welcome and hope they en- A. Cockayn Plaintiff vs. Case No. 1110.ORDER Marla Malossl. Ma.s'aIIlt1I
to wear skirts and sweaters the streets with shorts on. and county. home Harttierite Cockayne, OF PCBUCATIOX Case No. UH
County Committee will allot this Joy their new Case N.... 4111.ANDER Inf.ndant'l ANt NOTICE TO APPEAR, : ORDER OF Pl'BLlrl"
clothes.Of of
or other sport or dress take it from me. I think more to the farms In the county on a i: We are sorry to report that I II I OF ".' STATE OF FLORIDA to: Vincent AND NOTICE; TOlpt!
are highly advertised should a similar ICE Ru-lro. whose address I* STATE OF
course they our towns pass Eloise Dobbs is still absent ; FLORIDh
little .omDil'
In an stores In resort basis of the number of acres ir ,I I i STATE OF to: Marmerit -9 .'I7 I2nd Avenue. Corona Lone Maloasl Madianl: ,
and displayed law. On the beaches or from school due to an extended and address I U' IrV
cropland commercial orchard and I i Cockayn. whose residence I land. New York. E
and popular magazines but I towns such clothes are in their land. ,, illness i.: North Port. Michigan.Too I Tou are required to appear on '. York N. Y.
think if theae girls would investigate place but not on the streets of fenced pasture i is home from I I ar. required to appear on I February 11. 1144. In flu abovenamed You are required ta .
William Crosby 44 in the above ; Court and ran e. wherein February 4. if 4',
would When farmer Is given a certain February II. 1' rIb. ...
more closely they Starke. I a 'the army with his discharge and ,I named Court and cause, wbereln plaintiff seeks divorce and restoration ed Court and r"uk.-"
discover that they are always Not long ago some large concern allowance! or limited amount I I at present, he and )' '. Crosbyare plaintiff seeks divorce. Bra dford t i of maiden name. Bradford tiff seeks divorc Brala
does not mean Telegraph shall publish County Telegraph shall publish this, Telegraph shall .
and for his farm. It County \
in outdoor surroundings out
worn made a'survey to find r visiting his parents. )Ir. and Order In next four weekly i.* Order In nest four weekly iuuea. I' In neat four weekly' 1 fares,
not on the main street. On picnicsand what kind of clothes the return- I that he will receive this amount I Mrs. W. T. Crosby. I I Witness. my hand and offl tbl.1 Witness my hand and official;I 1:I WJtt nessk..mFloband= a cI
outdoor occasions it is per ': veterans wanted their wives but it is the amount he may earn I I s..1 seal at Starke, Florida this eat at Stark. Florida, this Jan-1 t :
Ing Mr. R. M. Crosby. Mrs L. uary 10 1544.OFFICIAL nary 10. 1)41.'OFw'CtAI. N I al. 1511.
fectly In taste to wear this apparel i i and sweethearts to wear, and the by carrying out soil-building practices Galloway and Mrs. Lois Mayea ( SEAL) A..I. SE. L> A. J. Thomas' (OFFICIAL, SEAt t\.1
but my opinion Is that it is results were strictly on the feminine on his farm. I "iAs Clerk' of said Court. As Clerk of said Court. I i I Aa Clerk of said aft
were business visitors to E. K. Ferryman. Stark. Florida T. Frank Landrum. Stark Florida! T. Frank Iwsndrnm su-b
only for these occasions and If side. No sloppy joes or saddle The soil-building practices for I I yule Tuesday afternoon GaiJt.es-j Ally for PJf. I'll 4t J-I Attr. for Plf. 1-11 4t 2-1 Atty. for Plf. ,I.

these teen age girls could only see '': oxfords no flacks shorts or which payment will be made in- Bule. Bobby and Sherman lCIRCI'IT _COIRT._ BR'UF'ORU ,

themselves through a grown person's dungarees but Instead they like elude the application of phosphateand 'I by were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Otis rot N TV. FIOHHI i% cn ">-
eyes then I am sure that clothes that are distinctly "fem potash to certain cover crops .a:RT.Ethel .
Crawford in Lake Butler Sunday Garner Crosby Plaintiff vs. When Your Tires Are Slick Time
they would be amazed.. 1 to fa
inine", Draped dresses and frills and pasture: ground limestone applied -' afternoon. I Howell L. Crosby Defendant Caw
This Is the winter season and of the needed farm establishing No. 4122. .
lacy blouses) with suits very where on ; Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and ORDER OF PUBLICATION RECAPPINGAND

the cool weather prevents the conservative tailored clothes But permanent pasture by mother attended church at Water I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR -

wearing of shorts, but I think all always fancy frills were first i seeding or sodding grasses and I Oak STATE OF FLORIDA lo: Howell I VULCAMffi
Sunday. L. Crosby whose residence and address f ALL SIZE TIRES
choice. Among the colon black i, clovers; mowing pastures; ditch. I Mrs. L. H. Hill and Mrs. H. C. is irnoaks. South Carolina i

was the favorite but next to It' lug for water control on pastures; of Lawtey were visiting I You are required to appear onFebruary AND TUBES
FOR I I : 11 1'4'. In the abovenamrd I
.Ot t came the bright colon and the harvesting seed of pasture grasBleS I Mrs. L. S. Galloway Monday after i Court and cause wherein j
< pastel shades. They liked formal j and legumes; a good cover of noon. I plaintiff seeks divorce' and restoralion I 1 21-HOUR SERTO(

5 Asti clothes and what could months,1 seeded summer cover crops; a good Mrs. H. H. Lewis is on the sick I' County of Telegraph maiden shall name.publish Bradford this P-.. BEST JIATERL\L

tier to a man after many ) cover of oats; seeding winter legumes '\ list this week and we wlA her : Order In next four *we. ..kly Issues L GRADE "A" RfBBB'Workmanship
overseas than to see the one he i tree I I Witness my hand and official sealathStarkf4b.e. i,
planting pine I
I ; a speedy recovery. Florida, this January
loves best or who has the most { seedlings. I GuaniuPHONE
r attraction for him. dressed In anf I I ; (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
li'i I With the many practice for Try the DIXIE CAFE. A* Clerk of said Court.T. 7J
evening dress with yards and .
'' Frank fandrum Starke. Fla.
which payment will be,made ev
yards of net billowing about her i i I i\ ( mriiT ..01 HT niituronni t. Atty. for Plf. I'll 4t 2-1 ,
cry farmer should carry enough i% _
( 01 \ \ Fl.oniuti CIIN.KKV .
to see sequins sparkling in her 1 practices to earn all his farm alowance. ,: ( : IV (.IRC. .-. CO HT. BR \DFORU4OINT1.
hair and dainty slippers on her James L. If"."' .". Plaintiff v.. FLOHIOll% CHIN.CKRV. STARKE TIRE SERVICE
FIRE To do this, he should i f(*...l* KUnlnan Maxwell. Delendant. I .
etWhen take time to study the program Case No. 4JIS J. A. Jones PlaIntiff. vs. Sadie ,
I' J' ORDER OK PUBLICATIONAND Jones Defendast'ass No. 42U. I
a boy looks at a girl he
and become familiar with its Aft
pro- NOTICE TO APPEAR : ORDER OF PUBLICATION I Adjoining Temple Garage Temple
likes to see a well dressed girl. rlsions. STATE OP FLORIDA to: Beal I AND NOTICE" TO APPEAR I
may cause a one who Is dressed I Flan'.an' Ma*..r.ll. whose residence l I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Sadie
I to the season and appropriately I! The purpose of the Soil Coruer1vatlon -
Is to encouragethe
serious loss. Let men insist on high heels. They program
farmer to carry out practices
like for a girl to be a girl and not i
known to be valuable for their'arms
look like an ersatz edition of a I .
check making payment to help
us your man. After all. they live with men|
bear of the practices.The .
expenses :
ill the time. I think all women
I farmer should profit by his
PoliciesCharley want to dress to suit the public.
soil and farm operation.
they want to think that they look improved

nice and It Is few who wear pants From $20.000 to I25.00O has

E. Johns and dungarees that are told "you been earned by the farmers In this

lure look swell. If I were these county: each year during the past

Agency girls I would take these things several years until in 1945 the
Phone IS STARKC. VTA.Kiprsssntlng Into consideration Iorothy; Dix: figures will be considerably less 'Y.

lays that the woman who wears It Is hoped that more interest will ,

slacks has never seen a broadside be revived in 1946 in better farmIng t 1 .

.. view of herself In the mirror. I practices and that the full allotment -

... .... realize full well that teen age for the county will DC .t., .

THE TRAVELERS: Hartford girls going to school cannot go earned. _ _
about dressed In high heels and

.. Berry Ceilings
.00- '" L "- >.4

For Safety, Comfort and Economy e e i if Likely To Remain

Indications are that the strawberry -

XK COCKTKOfSCOItllECT r crop will again be marketed Another Way of Saying Hen

(. .... under ceiling prices according to Greater Industrial Opaortl "
an announcement this week by

INFORMATION IrtI 'BUS Villlam U Wilson director of !
{ Your Front Door
Oh Right at j
State Farmers Markets. ,.,,
.lr&MI Phone 117
T Vigorously protesting the OPA l Florida Is.n ideal nt* for Ih. )loatai d*

4 controls: Wilson stated "I am disappointed j./ UctuiuMj plants lor the production d tl"

Hide Florida Motor Lines Greyhound Busses at the total lack of k .s, } wide variety of product which ere a".!

sympathetic understanding of the phosphates Ht. .q in, Honda pins*J
UNION BUS STATION in the WdCentral
of Florida's of = the market lo th.
position producers
Temple Ave U\CV (.'() n'\'. Agent Starkev Fla. and South Ant*dca- n*illliit
winter strawberries. He termed lo*'
strategic location ol..t toportBc"
strawberries a luxury crop and r Iactw1tiD.cJ lo profit from this tad"O I

stated that it should be free of I cl'
The pnM nc* el abundant supplier ."j
OPA control.
5 te ablh.availability ol a Urg
I / s 1 a County Agent L. T. Dyer stated a 4 Am rtaa-born workmen; nc'msi..
yesterday that Bradford County's (1M a } abl manufacturing sits both to ,
h terry acreage this year III slightly a tnatrtU;: hb.o acinl.Hciaround .01 r.tI's '
; 5 climate,. and xeUnl tn:
larger than last season's but Is 1 tersr
e tail -, highway and air are juIt| I
till less than 200 acres. In "nor- .
ad. nla mal" pre-war years, the crop here pho.phat.d.dvalives.

YOU BAKE YOUR BEST WITH11nsbu..q exceeded 100 acres annually Florida'Industrial Empire IncludM 114 tla

"Growers are gradually drifting j ol its phosphate jock I

back to the farms from the shipyards .

25 lb. and other war jobs" Mr. i;' a -u

Dyer stated, "and considerable .d THESE UTIIU lESIMCtS &
more farming will be done In the I ))
_ MumcTiiEt ir MiriinH
lest 1.70Earl county in 1946 than in 19" ." riOIICTSJICLIIIIfc

I Too much rain during the plantIng A

season causing many growers

Cook's Grocery StarkeEXCELLENCE to lose their stands or have to

reset several times is one reason FLORID Ite6

for the short crop. Plants are
the feitil
now In good condition and are

fun of bloom Mr. Dyer stated fieldforINDUSTRY
rie expressed fear however thata /
Rtes 5MO PRnulISThis
i r late freeze might set the crop

the economy of management make up back before the shipping season

a primary quality of our Service which gets well under way.

is dedicated to the affairs and needs of


Try the DIXIE CAFE.. n


Huge Phosphate tndustiy Florida second to North Africa as a source of phosp Late c l a a es t c r M I n..ltl
\1\ C I HCt IT Cot HT. RRMtPORnCO sup
C. JONES !-\TV. FLOMIUtl |" l'tlt\. Can Set Mia And MachinesOn oiphosphatedepoeitsaresvallaby that some G billion
.tR T, tons )in the state. Because of
AMBULANCE SERVICE .lojrd Rudolph Payn... Plaintiff *.. the haaw drain en Am farms durin 4k_
.erican it is
., .. The March To g was estimated
I4. ** ""''' Defendant. Caa* Prosperous that
of the nation Iann.a Deed
Vo. 4110 a rebWlding With plant foods
Funeral Director ., ORDER OV PUBLICATION Accessible Florida Locations! oj all types, making a limitless field for phosphate derivatives. u.u.wr tltYa. nets
Some Facts About
.(.... Payne. whan. address 1* an- Phosphate Rock ro
Our local funeral home enable us Jo tanwn. Florida phosphate of vest importance in fertilizers MOUSINO' .OOVCTS I used

offer conveniences and services not February You are It.required.4.. In to the appear abov on can also be used in the manufacture oLindustrial and household .,>

otherwise available. named Court and cause. .b..ln chemicals ... _.
sundry phosphorous --U-
... compounds; iD iron : :: '"
plaintiff[ !( dlvorc. Bradford : :=; _
bounty Telegraph ahall publish thin .. i and steel production medicines, polishing powder ceramica ==:==__ :
Wa furnishthe highest type service at the lowest prices and Ord.r In "..t four weekly l I..u... porcolains, enamels, photographic supplies, milk 91ass ba1m9 _____-atww1MR1e ra
Wlln.mi .
accept ANY life insurance policy In force. laaued by ANT company : 8'.r.'i*my' Florida hand and, this official January emlJ .powder and many other items

as payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation 1 5t n, 145.OFFICIAL..
(( PEAL) A. J. Thomas,
carries no obligation. A. Clerk of said Court. % Nw.4tBf
... .
T.: Frank for l..ndrum. Btark., Fla. _. .. -.. -. ". .. .. .> u :. : >__ '
Atty. Plf. I.U t I.' -" -- -- .. .. ...- ---........ : 5-. .


.. . -.... .-" .


. BO much alike, hence why con School next Sunday, beginning at . . . day en route from his home to Germany; as First Clans! Private '1, Fillyaw to her home, were dinner
demn anyone for making mis 2 p. m. Miami. Sgt. Bradley and his W. A. iCIrklanJ has been discharged guests of Mr. and Mra. Young

ay HillLura takes? Arthur Wilkinson has been State Farm guest were Jap prisoners together : from the Army and is I i: when they returned from Ashi .

Our ductless glands make us plowing for people about, using during the war. I with Mr'?. Kirkland and their sons !J i: burn Sunday.
Mrs. \Thitf told
Burgess Into personalities. Had you been Robert Taylor's tractor and disc.A By Bryan Mr. and Mra. J. L. Williams at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.

.. .. . In that person's shoes you would special meeting of the PTA' . . . and Mrs. J. C. Williams returned Cheaser Other guests of Mr. and Singing ConventionThe
REJOICE OVER have done the same. Environment has been called by our president, BRIDGE CLUB MEKT1XG Tuesday from the northern part lira. Chesser are Mrs, J. W. Moody
WE effects us a lot. But who am 1 Ito Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, for Thursday of the State where they visited and sons of Perry. Bradford County Singing
VISIT- Mrs. R. F Stubbins was the
..DINGS.. I 00 judge Let me rather be glori Jan. 24 at 2:30: p. m. Bridge Club hostess at her home relatives In several! points for a MT.. T. T. Flllyaw returned to ; Convention will meet with the
[ SIT ON TOP OF ously happy sitting on top of Aubrey Brinson and surveyor, last Wednesday afternoon. From few days. They made this trip her home in Ashburn. Ga., Saturday Starke Church of God on Sunday,

the world, loving people with all Ed Morgan, were; working all day the living room where the card with Mr. and Mrs. John E. Williams lifter having been with Mr. Jan. 27 from 2 p. m. until 4:3O:
my heart. Rejoicing when they rejoice Saturday: establishing line tables were placed, the dining who had come from, :Miami and :Mra. M. D. Young for six p. m. A. D. Crosby Is president 1
[ beauty of the earth, shedding a sympathetic tear through the woods where pine room was a vista of loveliness where Mr. Williams was quite recently weeks. Mr. and Mrs Ira Youngof of the convention with T. N.
e the hearth, to comfort the erring. To see God trees are tapped. Mr. Pete Rosier with its table centered with a discharged from the Navy Lake Butler who took Mrs. I Norman, vice president.
he Tire upon In the sunrise Upon the conclusion the trip .- -'
in everyone, the has recently bought the adjoiningland bowl of jonquils their beauty I i
t potency f1t song of a bird a child's laugh. and desired to cut timber to magnified by mirrored reflections. Mr. and Mra. Williams Jr., wentto
I live and breathe and To look up and laugh and love build Tallahassee where he has resumed -
a house. Bob Carter, Mr. Mrs. Stubbins used potted plants 1
..spofford. and lift Faircloth, Barney Lang and Fred and nasturtiums effectively in the the position that he held 1 : i

sitting on top Rev. J. 1* Strickland and Mrs.. Lang helped to locate the posts living room and a miniature vase prior to entering the service. 4
I am
if Mrs. L. F. Mra.
Kid. rejoicing as I look Bessie Fields of Norfolk, Va., were from which they started survey- of flowers added to the attractiveness Chapman and
My heart Is married last Wednesday afternoon Ing. of each table when covers Fielding Chapman were luncheon
asslng by. guests of Mrs D. B. White in :
love. I think. "Bless int| Georgia. It was an unusual Here Is another of my 9th grade were laid for the naiad course that Fernandina Monday. I

its. they too, have their wedding, in that they had not girls. She is an excellent student, was served following the games. During the past week Mr. and YOU BAKE YOUR BEST WITH
Clowns, the same hurts seen each other until she arrivedby sweet pretty and very dainty and The reading of a set of comical Mrs. L. F. Chapman entertainedas

Us and, fears." We are train on the day of the wed modest. Contract rules and accompanying their guests Gov. Mlllard Cald '
ding. She is the mother-'n-law! My name Is Annie Louise 'V'ilk- tallies added to the, merriment of well and several members of his 'PilisburLl 25 Ib.
of Eliza the eldest daughter of inson. I was born on Daddy's; this meeting. Upon addition of I cabinet. 'CST

Mr. Strickland, who managed to farm near Clay Hill Sept 24, scores Mrs. Fielding Chapman won Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
get the two together. Mrs. Strick- 1030. I am a blonde with grey high prize and Mrs. P. D. Fan- M. E. Griner were Mr. and Mrs teMl Mn Best 1.69Kelley's
/1 land is sweet and quiet, with a eyes, fair skin and light blonde cher. Sr.. won second hlgii Mrs.\ Martin Relnau and Mrs. Ruth
jI pleasing voice. hair. I am :5 ft. 1-2 Inch tall and Bryan Whitfield was lucky in Sorrels of Polatka.

She- Is the Madonna like type weigh nearly 120 lbs I startedto "bingo". Each prize was a stipulated Supper guests of Mr. and Mrs Fla.
number of Defense Stamps. Grocery Lawtey
school at Hill and have ,
""1 the mother of several chil- Clay K. G. Land Saturday were Mr. and

I dren. Two are still In school. been here every year and enjoyed I St'NDAY SCHOOL .'.\ltTYAs Mrs. Martin Land and sons of
Carson Griffis took Rev. Strick? every a reward for their regular
land to meet the train and carried 1..)' father's name la Daddy attendance, Mrs. J. G. Caldwell Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis and
I them to Georgia. Daisy Lang, Wilkinson and Mother's .ijmc la entertained her Sunday School family were with relatives in

Elgin Padgett and Minnie Moore Nell-e.: class at the Community Building, Baker County from Thursday un-
cooked the wedding dinner at Mr. I like ban..n'\ p'idli.ig: and dislike Wednesday afternoon of last week. til Saturday because of the death s

Strickland's home. We all rejoicefor Engllih peas.\ Members of the class who were of Mr. Davis' brother, Hutch a EVEUYHODY ..
IMl'T he had been alone and lonely My hobby; 13 cpl'ectlng! snnip- present were Kay Partney Mary Davis. Sympathy is extended, to ENJOYS EATINGAT

) SERVICE since the death of his wife. shots. Rivers Stubbins, Jane and Henry the family.
Mr. and Mrs. c. D. Carter of Mrs. Huldih Corpninc, and Dr. Rlcharde Harold Godwin. Caro- Mrs. J. E. Chambers and Mrs.
| Madison spent the past two days Morgan, M. D. ward married at lyn Crews and Frances Caldwell. Burt Chambers visited friend In
HMER'SSIFT with her mother, Mrs. Lillie Wil t'e Methodic: Church in M.irt- Assisted by Kenneth Tyus and Starke Monday and Tuesday while The PARK CAFE
of the
kinson. pomery, Ala., 'as: week. We extend Misses June and Peggy Caldwell attending the meeting
congraiul. and much aiifl Helen Whitfield Mrs Cald- Woodmen Circle.
Mrs. Watson,
Rev. and our pas to
Charlie reported
tor, have moved to Maxville. We ;J.iShe is tho .laughter of Mrs.T. well directed the children in en- Jacksonville :Monday: for servicein .

SAST CALL ST. are glad to have them near. A. Brinson. fSaturday joyable indoor games during the the Army and was acceptedand Delicious Regular Meals
: aferimoi I went call- Refreshments, consisting -
well party hours.
68 Church at Long Branch was to Ft. McPherson.Mrs. .
HONE attended. Services and Sunday 'rj;. I stop 'iv' to ute Mr. and of Ice cream, "brownies"and Andrews on Bernice McMil Healthful Vegetable Plates
A-s: Ruddy Wu.anioi's: new tilitH candies were served ,In the
lan before her marriage. Short
rtatlon ant (froceiy. I urn dining room, Mementoes of the oc-
'1.1, i1. for that! i called on Mi* nnilrm were paper crowns. For Following a year's service In

tIIComplete Service T. A. Brinson and site: haj beenIn outstanding attendance during the ;

bed all day. While there others quarter Carolyn Crews receivedan --.... 1
1' BATTORV came in Mrs. Cass, Mrs. Jennings, attractive box: of little girl's
Looks like it's going to be
/ OUt Mra. Pete Brlnson and Mrs. I F toilet accessories .
/BRAKE* a long time yet before D. Lang. Later I saw Rlrhatd NEW TIMESAYINGSCHEDULES"
/UCMTS many of us get that new Moseley and Mr. and Mrs. C. I ICartei' D. DEATH OF MRS. ROBiNSON I

/PtVCS car we've been waiting for. I wound up by ca'lln' : Our community was shockedand 'Ia

Therefore, it's more important on Rev. StilckUnd. and his bride.It grieved by the sudden deathof
let Mrs., J. L. Robinson at her a
than ever to us keep was a happy day.
your old car in A-1 condi- For Sunday morning breakfast home Sunday afternoon, January
/ tion. 1 like soft bailed pggs and muffins 20. Interment was In Seville V
with orange marmalade. Here Tuesday afternoon folowlng ser

\fled Lubrication Washing Polishing are my plain muffins: vices in the Baptist Church there AND ADDITIONAL SERVICE
2 cups flour, 1 cusw: et milk, conducted by Rev.. I. S. Murphy -
Waxing 2 eggs, 2 tablespoons butter, 1 of DeLand. In addition to her

tablespoon sugar, 1-U teaspoon husband, the deceased Is survivedby NOW IN EFFECT !
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS. Bait, 4 teaspoons: baking powder. four: sons Merrill Floyd Everett
Cream butter, sugar, add eggs and and Robert Robinson all of f
ARDEN'S SERVICE STATION salt. Add mi'K and flour with Jacksonville, her mother, Mrs. W.

III. Carden, Mgr. Temple ,Ave.,&.Call St.. ....... .. caking powder sifted. Mix unt' H. Parker her sister, Mrs. F. M.
smooth. Fill buttered muffin tins L*, and four grandchildren. Sympathy Az--; jcrlF1gQ
1-2 full; bake in oven 400 degrees Is extended to these bereaved

Off, half this recipe for two people. ones.

Can Use More Pulpwood .Snot. be another< month gone. DKATII OF REV CHAPMANFriends
with Supt.
week of school.I .
: > WRITE TIMBER DKPT. Thirteen more L. F. Chapman in the death of his
JSp- t believe the winter Is over. The

f ntainer Corp'n. of America, Fernandina, Fla. butU are swelling on the oaks.Sfe occurred father, Rev.at J.his S.home Chapman in Orlando, which V
next week. Good nite,
you January 14. Rev. Chapman was a M'-I
my dears-Lura. retired Methodist minister who

IP . . . had held the pastorate of some
It FACT I IS By GENERAL ELECTRIC of the most prominent churchesof EZH _
! BrookerBy his chosen denomination. An
interesting phase of his ministerial __ H
:Mrs. T. \V. Markey work lay In the fact that for some
. . . .. years he was a missionary to Indiana -
j TUMMY FISHING A In the western part of the

6V THIS Dave Green was brought home United States. Mrs., Chapman,
PADLOCK SWALLOWED from the Alachua County Califor-
Thursday who survives him was a
/ YOUNGSTER WAS FISHED OUT 8V Hospital in Gainesville and la nian and he met her during his W.

ATINV ALNICO MAGNET ATTACHED slowly improving. He will remain western service which included
TO A STOMACH TUBE. ALNICO, In a cast for 3 months from preaching In Los Angeles. Rev. lifting of O.D.T. Regulations, Florida Motor Lines an-

MAGNETIC MATERIAL Injuries received when his car Chapman's death at the age of nounces additional and better bus service between all Florida cities, ii\
\ MOST POWERFUL / overturned on road 113 about a useful ullfe. ..
87 closed a the schedules in the of the state.
LIFT .., providing most frequent history
\ KNOWN TO MM, CAM month ago. ,I
i and Bill Sappof
Mrs. McKinney
Mrs. Florence Varnadoe, Melvin
/MANY W. O. Rimes and Mrs. Ernest Edwards Starke M. C. Roberts and
WEIGHT. ITS USE WAS were In Gainesville Monday Bryan Whitfield were In Dublin, BUSES DAILY TO

DEVELOPED BY GENIAL : afternoon.Mr. Ga, last Monday and Tuesday for

ELECTRIC SCENTISTS.hPROOP / and Mrs. Bill Plummer and the Georgia State Fox Hunters'Association 9
of Jacksonville meet. At the bench
i. spent Saturday with Mrs. Plum- show they saw fine specimens of JACKSONVILLE & NORTH

mer'a mother, Mrs. J. C. Cone. hounds from many sections. of- the
Mr. and Mrs. Rurel Dukes of South.
Dukea Mr .and Mrs. Chester An Accompanied by their week-end
fr dl'ewland\ Mr, and Mrs. Russell guest, Miss Margaret Reddish of BUSES DAILY I TO
Green of New River and Mr. and Hellbronn Springs Mr. and Mrs 9
Mrs Kermltt Sikes of Alachua R. W. Brannen and Miss Pauline
with Mr. Rrannen were the guests of Jacksonville
Sunday afternoon
t spent and Mrs. Dave Green. \ relatives Saturday.Mr. TAMPA & WEST COAST

Mrs. Edna Crews was taken tothe and Mra. Cecil McRae and
Alachua County Hospital In children; of McIntosh and Miss
afternoon McRae 'of F.3,C.W., Tallahassee -
Saturday Betty
Gainesville BUSES DAILY TO
Mr. and
where she will remain a while for were guests '
? t. 1 r t treatment.O. frs J. A. Bouvler Sunday for 4
dinned honoring Mr and
Is showing improvement birthday
W. Barry
from a recent illness.Mrs. Mrs. Bouvier and Miss Betty Mc- LAKE CITY & ATLANTA
WATER Vera Allen spent several Rae. Miss McRae was with Mr.
Jacksonville with her sister and Mrs. Bouvier for the weekend .
INC ON THE SURFACE daya In members of
while the other
HE WATER IN THIS ,t Mrs.. and, Colin Mrs. Knight.Mr. L. A. Mott have her family were here just for! the BUSES DAILY I T'Q

)CK DRINKING TANK tlE moved here from the American day. t
bliss Rebecca Williams of Knox- 6 /
NEW 6-B ELECTRIC Ip, 4 Tung Wearington Grove settlement of Waldo spent vllle, Tenn., came Thursday to '

PER. THE PEJCERtS f' I last Joe week-end here with friends visit !.(r. and Mra. R. P. McLen- TALLAHASSEE '

A DRINKING HOLE and relatives. don.S.. Max Lever o f Mil::
returned Sunday Sgt.
I'll' Green
FOR THIRSTY Pvt.VlIson visited S, Sgt. Jack
spending waukee.
LE to Chanute, 111. until Tues- DAILY I TO
IN THE COLDEST some time here with hlj parents Bradley from Friday BUSES

THER. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green. 13

I Mrs. Loci Waters has moved toaCrosse. Relief At LastForYourCough

I Mrs. Paul Stewart of MIAMI & EAST COAST
Y BORN I Jacksonville were here Monday

'FKST RESEARCH LABORATORY visiting nls parents Mr. and Mrs.lET. .

OF GENERAL ELECTRIC Stewart.Mr. of" promptly because UNION BUS STATION
a \. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen Creomolslon relieves
IN '1900 ,INs aft-. it goes right to the seat of the
"WAS SET UP here Saturday Temple Ave. Phone 117.UNU.RY
-- ; Starke were trouble to help loosen and expel LACY CONWAY, Agent -
.p ,
A BARN. SUCH WAS THE ernoon. germ laden phlegm! and aid nature
OF THEn As you will notice, Mrs. T. W. I to soothe and heal raw tender, Inflamed rr
L. BEGINNING to write thnews bronchial mucous mem- r f o 1 l.ts
+ J;;: "HOUSE OF fftAOlC"Wore llarkey has started Brooker Instead I branes.Tell your druggtki to cell you 'w
notes from a bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding
: -r'- of i Ml** Joyce Atkinson. Mrs. : you must like the way It
will appreciate any suggestions quickly allays the cough: or you are.
Good for Mon'Peopl to at Leas Cost. Markey and would like to have to have your money back. "

NERAI @ ELECTRIC your Try news the DI1E notes. & I for CREOMULSION Coughs Chest Colds,ronchitij -. ... _.. : -'- ,- --_... .- -- ,

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.a'1E. JllIOrrr'
now I FOR SALE- d fryer., WILL THE person
whit I 315ke whr
FOR 8ALJ3- On I and tender. pound ladle black toe tt
Chentei Juicy pure : 1
el (ht thoroughbred. while they laiit. A little more of gloves Kr.,..n IBJO"I IPI,
Aarke.and -
Church of Christ white tise C tt ch. _
plv at $1 bale. from the T'hineeday
I CLASSIFIED ADS 1-25 Ztv that nice hay >per Florida
I I K. E. Wand, Waldo. 1-18 UpI nigh of IHHI' weep" k'
Services will be held at the FOR SALE-On. ..1..28 bicycle', very keep money and return ,1this
Kenneth under. I Estate Stark office. No
arch of Christ next Lord's day I poll SA 1.1o-.llou..hnld furnlHlilnirHf I MATTRESSES furniture of all upholstered kind renovated and- FOR SALE four room ",on'reteblook good. WeHtmoreland condition. flee St. Starke. Itp FOIL homes BALE-neal, filrnlnhed or unfurnished uunti 11114I
hours, and 4 roomn, Including (TUB iitov j I ; .. II card. deep well with two three A four bedrooms I
at the regular everyone reflnlHhftd. Drop. house large lot. .
Elm-trio rfrl tfratorItvaxonable house with suit Also FOB RENT-On
n ml Cleneral I CO.. HoI FOR SALE 1 room terms to purchaser. hour,
la invited to attend. Bible I If taken Ht once M MASTINOS: : ttI electric pump 1.899.00. Two lights, water bath; also garage business. property In Starke and :.I-room. apartments
at 10 a. m. Subject for the If Harnell.' "'ell..r nttert 1 H"e* ,I 230, Palatka. Fin block Mouth of 28 on Lake City business building: adjoining lot several farms. Let me know your reasonable. Inquire 'V.thk'
Spdy north of UUmllnv. C tt|> Half block from city Located nn Ualford. road at city requirements. I have what you plant. -""H
morning sermon. "The Whole I I, LIST YOUIl FARM CITY AND llmltH.highway.See R. B. iJowim house. llmitH. 1700 cash E. E. Green want. N. D. .Walnwrl< Duty of Man." Evening subject KOO.MINO HOUSE: FOU HAM:. partly I! BUSINESS PROPERTY Itp lite. 2, box 67. mark 1-25 Ztp Registered Proker K Call St.. LOST-Sh..etr..r pencil

-oamlng' to God with an Idol inHeart" I furnlxhed. Cull Ht JJrBdfordIIOUHB It I' 8ALB&ttery ,eleo- FOR SALE Seven room hlulte.equlpp.d over 154 or Bternberir'B 102. Store 1-18 Phone Ztp Finder plant. please 1''I'lrIlIOl' witCola
FOR charg-er furnished or
o.r W. Herron, ml.nlster'lW.C.T.V. ik tSTROTsU Charges with gas
trio overhauled I
l K newly unfurnished cash or terms. Aim
FOIL H :NT 6-room cottage
Lukt. furnlxhml. Klm-trl 2 t bedrooms !. aCi1Cs'rul Phone 14K-W Itp Singer motor attached |30. 305 W. TYPEWRITER' engine stake body Ir''J< s
elnFlrlc Htuvo
Ice box ; *..iiplN. ... .... Lafayette St. Itp MACHINE International stake bony and:II I
suitable I / for 2 < \ Gno..t .d rrtl. f S house also 4 and OFFICE OPA celling- ir4
FOR JtKNT- room
Phone 113.." ,or' apply 219 Chrlntlnn It try pronert'. !!.. made over room house, furnished, linens, etc FOR HENT-Nice 4-room unfur- Davis, Starke. 1'1'1"j
I U\< ; /3.0OO .1. of Itooes--Farm aAereoRe. REPAIR
.. Frances Wilkinson 8atv. Madl- nlulled cottage for rent Peb 10th. I
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n.7. from !! over tWorld. 148-W. Itp It!. Kdwarda.
Government has descended Monlll., : or phone Close In. Sue: IN CIRCUIT eOI'IIT.
A Fun ItlJNT 4 room furnishedhouse.electrle Free open llitlnv.E. 1-25 2tp "' '
to its lowest state refrigerator andstove. A. STROUT REALTY AGENCY QUICK SERVICE COJ-NTV. FLoum.I' III
before disintegration whenit .... SuilN Available, Stark Feb. 3. MTU Itp1.DM'rJ..r..y RcpreMontml Locally By FOR RENT-3 room apartment Guaran.Work West Callow.y Davis, Plnh'llft
/ 30 ROOMSCABINS reasonable rent Call at 300 or Frances Stouppe Davis, '
requires the revenue of dairy. cow markedwith F. C. IIOLLINGSUOHTII 223 Temple AVIt. Itp I Case No. 4304. Dorenlb

poisons and damnation for an X. If found notify Htarke 116 So. Walnut St. AND FOR SAIJD a milk COWS and 8 Apply "Baker" ASBESorcKrTo"APPEAR
It does Model hairy. Itt. 2, Box 1299! calves. ; 1 small mule See Ira 333 W. Call St. STATE OF FLORIDA '
its preservation.
tip Box 4 11p'VILL POre
KITCHENETTESGas Lester Hampton Fla. Stouppe Davis, '
not deserve to live, and will WANTKU unfurnished TI>,HJoST-1 at r.a..unahl."rent.I'.rm..nent room house. BUY houses for cash for removal I unknown. whose roald.act
I I ort HAI.E Three lined beds, com. < Write box W. H. Nollman. 201 w..tMIIdl..on You are required to
not live if it depend upon re.'d.nt. St, Starke. Kla. It FOR SALE Bird dog Rip-Rap appear
Heat'Gas Cooking ,
Martin : February Jl
nlete Inquire 1946
maik.J. 221. 1-18 Ztp pointer 8 months half-trained In the
the blood of its own citizens -: 2ip( LightsCompletely ..WIII..hunt best from oar. '1>0. named Court and cause, wh",""
FOll KENT-Furnished apartment, plaintiff seeks divorce.
sustenance.( : Owen U. Baker Keystone heights
for its LOST -- Yellow Jersey row with FOR SAJ.N-Wo" or coal circulating private bath and every convenience Fla. 1-25 2tp County Telegraph! shall ,Bradt
(lion John E. EdgertonTenn.i .horns' Hawed off to 4 Inches InnKMarked / heater cabinet style, slightly Clone In, excellent loca Order In next tour lubUah"9
crop i undrt In each car' used, with 1.11'l| (2:>. Millardludd FurnishedL' tion,201 West Madison St.Marke. : .. Witness my hand Weekly I
NCJ IJIHml Han. TIJ tag In ear.' Ill .' corner Lafayette, and Adams. Fla. It- FOR SALE>-4000 palm of rebuilt seal at Starke: Florida and, ofr""
reward If notify XV T. llrannwnKuwlev Ht., Slarke. 1.23 ZtpWANTKD : Book A Room Ahead 'Army shoes In perfect conditionnew nary 10. 1948.OFFICIAL thlill
Kla. 1-25 2tp Fun SALE Cloned In 2-wheel ( rubber heels nolen and ( SEAL) A. J.
TALENT! TALENT! trailer. 3 goad, tires and new IIreiiMe. lacea.) Sizes range from 6 to 12. A. Clerk "r said Court n
'rA I.I' STI !If you' tan Hlntc dance, For Wife Or Parents J. W. Jordan, Jordan's Price In '3.63 .also Army footlockers ZII-ch II. Douglas, Oaineevllle.
plnv a musical Instrument or do Hotel Court, Up : ; $3.95. Special: prices toNholesalers. Atty. for Plf. 1-11 r
any kind of act, single or double, The Army and Navy 01:
or are (gifted with any other talent LARRY'S PLACE FOR ItKNT-Two rooms and bath Store, 83 W. Duval St. Jacksonville -
and interested In helping. puton turnlwhed... Inquire 614 Church St. It
a local. talent show contact 1000 Feet From B Gate Ug I. P 1 1't
Now IK
m' Immediately your FOR R"1ST-Two apartments., furnixhecl .
opportunity to show what you FOR RENT-Five rooms, 12 pikes .
214 "
See O.
LAKE D. Kelly. -'t
can do. Don't>> wait. For full particular KINGSLEY i Went of main highway No. 28. : IS" BEPEMDAWLAXATIYl
Thompson Ht.:! Up I ... {
T. 40 land by .
nee me Immediately Reasonable acres a
It. McIntosh, Park Theatre. Itp FOR HALK-1942.24' like nety J.... river Included. Inquire 814 North : "
Haifa house trailer. 3 rooms, electric Church !:It. Up FOR SALE-Pr..etl..lly new home
YOU BAKE YOUR BEST WITHPillsburu's \\'ANTmUVnmun Stenographer braken. electric refrigerator 'I well furnished 3 bedrooms, desirable 4 :.. SOLD 'T
andHrnK. SAtE Choice cullad location lot 60x210 reasonable ,
Munt have office ejiperlence and awning 2 .hew & ply tires FOR pulletsfor '
at Ituth Rosal'Rte. 1. ,. easy terns Write Box "" '. .
must Apply Piadford Kn- AlHo wparc. Villa laving. -" ,
type :
Klne..rlnC"III",,,,,),, It 1'earco'n, Madison 8t: lip Pox 112. ltp 728 or call No.1. Itp

e 25 lb. -. .- -- -.. ........-:. ".. -- -- .-

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.ENJQY,Top Super GOOD Market FOOD, Starke AT .' IS THIS a 'SCRAP of PAPER''!


MILES! SOUTH OF TOWN ON'ROAD 28 The CIO United Steel. Workers Union said. that its, strike- does not violate its


STEAKS '-- GrtICKEN contracts with steel colpanies, Here is' the "no strike" clause taken from a

'sEAFOO: ,:D : .\r.t the for themselvesJr

v '. ;- 'w, contract.,, Let :words,( speak

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{} \ ,1f r ; "During the, term of this Agreement, neither

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( the Union nor any Employee, individually or ; ,

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.. ,;r.A, /t :. collectively, shall cause or take part In any :; $ '., ';

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TT that 'is our pledge : : .. strike, or t.other interruption or any impeding- .

to you of production at any plant of the 'Company .

With us the customer has always been right.

We realize that in order to keep your patron. covered by this Agreement: Any Employee or
:k ,
age and obtain your repeat business we must .. ;: .
please you. That ia our aim in life. If at '

.any know.time we do not satisfy you Please lets : :: J \: Employees who violate the provisions of this ,, :i'

be from the l*' .
Section discharged employ
PHONE 1i5; :>> may r


GREEN nO T., Temple 315 of the Company in accordance with the '" .i i .

Owner a ATe. procedure of Section 8 of this Agreement'r'::f, ., .

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Sirloin 'Steak : - .42 : This provision or one similar to it is contained in each

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All Meat.Ste - - .36 .1 contract between the Union and the various steel companies.

Rib & Brisket Stew - - 21 .
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Red Link Sausage - .29 ,. These, contracts continue by their terms until

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Fresh Ground Hamburger - .29 : \
.. the autumn of this ':
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Fresh Dressed & Drawn Fryers .62 .. :" ,;. ,

live .42 .
Fryers, weight - ..
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Rib Steak . .39 .
American Iron and Steel ry
- Institute -

Lamb Shouder; AA : : .37 :, ,..;" .
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Lamb Leg Whole AA .43 :
.--- 350 Fifth Avenue, New York 1, N. Y. .

Pork Ham Whole 7. Jtf

Armour- --Star- Tall- -Milk---- -- .09 95. Per Cent Of The Workers In The Steel Industry Are Employed By'Our Company MembersGET

WE HAVE 'PLENTY"OF"""- i THE FACTS fREE Send postcard for copies of recent Interviews with steel industry leaders. .

Homemade Sausage - .47

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