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: February 1, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Official County Publication EttablUhed In 1877


Rites Tuesday'I'' Seymour Resigns To Be DeactivatedLate

For Jerry NormanJerry City-Wide Pickup Blanding Position Camp Blanding

M. Norman. 71. well Of Used ClothingSet J. D. Seymour of Starke, who In March Senator Says

known Bradford County farmer,, has been Civilian Employee Relations ,

died Sunday at his home' near supervisor at Camp Blan .

Lawtey. Funeral services were. For ding for the past two years, recently i, After serving as a training

that l .- Spotted sui* Jotted: The Dempsey [held at 3 o'clock Tuesday after. TuesdayThe resigned to enter. private Rites SaturdayFor ground for divisions and infantry .i

t eoIn the face Td Saws occupying one of theN noon at the grave In Dyal Cemetery business. Mrs. replacements) for more than five

taring June 'In.of llman apartments, while Dempsey with the Rev. G. E. Cutshaw victory clothing collection Mr. Seymour came to Blanding KnightFuneral years. Camp Blanding. one of the

t be positive 'twas with till.! begins his studies at the U. ofF and the Rev. L. G. Hemingway In Bradford County was Intensified In November 1940 from Waycross,, largest Army Installations In the
January, round Southern Belles being officiating. Key-McCabe Funeral this week by the announce Ga., where he was a representative services were held last country will go on inactive status
weather and the gala for the! transferred-Beatrice Moseley to Home of Jacksonville was in ment that next Tuesday Feb. 5, of the International Correspondence Saturday at 3 p. m. at Conner late In March, according to an

ties now In session all West Palm Beach Cozette Sappto charge of arrangements.Mr. will be city-wide pick-up day. The Schools. In January Cemetery for Mrs. Giisale Mae announcement In Washington ;

popular lassies who have Hollywood, and ,Louise Crosby Norman is survived by his Boy Scouts with'a large truck, 1941 he joined the payroll department Knight. Arrangements were under Monday by U. S. Senator Chas.

sudden decided to enterthe widow, Mrs. Lula H. Norman; a loaned by Ralph Alvarez, will of the Camp Blanding Exchange the direction of Key-McCabo O. Andrews.
and Alma Hinson to St.
matrimony Quite a Augustine Carrie Beele Mose shortly thereafter became funeral home of Jacksonville with
of daughter, MI'8. canvass the town and people are This does not mean that the
event was the coffee given Raymond visiting ley, Lawtey; three sons, Horace asked to have all their used cloth head of that department, and finally Rev. Ben' Thomas in charge. camp will necessarily disappear
Call Street discharged
e lay morning for the three. along Wednesday; Norman, Miami; Troy Norman ing for the drive on their front personnel director. In February Mra. Knight was a native of completely, Senator Andrews stat
at the Sax NAS
Carolyn (Green) Raney Monday Lawtey and Leon Norman, porches or in an accpslble place. 1944. he transferred to the Hilliard 'and had resided near ed! and he expressed hope that
in the Pacific the
Andrews and.LIl Sternberg after serving on Starke; five sisters, Mrs. Vlcy D. A. Montelth Chairman of the Civilian Employee R el a tlons Starke for the past 12 years. some postwar use will be found
aircraft carrier Antietam
Even with all this matrl- Sapp and Mrs. Maggie Clemons, local drive, stated that torn cloth. branch. Survivors are her husband Darling for the Bite.

in the air, however chief He's staying in Gainesville with Starke; Mrs. Klzzle Anderson, Ing which can be mended should For the past several months I. Knight; five daughters, Of the more than 100.000 acres

st seemed to center around his folks, the John Halls, who live Keystone Heights; Mrs. Liza Hill, be contributed but :asked that no I II In the evenings he has been exhibiting : Mrs. Gladys Green Mrs. Marie comprising the huge reservation

ntrleulng flubject of nylon there now Hear Mary Lee Miami and Mrs. Daisy Hudson, I dirty articles be .sent In as no! motion pictures at schoolhouses Clemons, Miss Warren Etta the State Armory Board owns andleases

I with almost, everyone in Overstreet (an ex-student of Wlldwood; two brothers, J. S. facilities are available for cleaning !in small neighboring com Knight and Mills Lucille Knight. to the Government some !

ion of at least one pair BHS) was married in Folkston, Norman, Lawtey. and Isaac Nor them. munities. He plans to expand all of tSarke. and Mrs. Mildred : 30,200 acres, while the Government 1

Lr. and vying with one an- Ga., last Friday night to J, D. man, Starke.Income. Mr. Monteith said that if anyone this business now and will operate Crews of Jacksonville; two sons owns another 40,000 acres

I in stories of Ingenious meth- Ryans of Baldwin With the Is missed In the pickup Tuesday a theatre at Mlcanopy, exhibiting Johnle Knight Ft. Davis Ala. outright and leases the remainder

1 sed 1 for obtaining the covet- official closing of the USO this he should take his contribution there several nights a and Sgt Mitchell Knight. USMC. from other source. Since Banding

kasures Fran Peek was week Elsie Duncan (program) Tax Aid to the postoff ice, where a box week. Cherry Point. N. C.; six sisters, was originally started as a j

the center of Interest with leave. Starke to teach math and Is placed for this purpose or the Mrs. Dessle Knight and Mrs. Selma National Guard camp, it Is be-

(real silks" sent,, by brother world history at Largo Surely fire station which Is open night Crews of Callahan Mrs. Della lieved that It will continue to be
will miss her as well as all the Asks L. Strickland and used for this even If all
l> from Hawaii ... USO has brought Here Next Week and day. If anyone within ,the, Wainwright Bradley. Mrs. J. purpose
lovely people ls discontinued.Since .
other activity
city limits is missed Tuesday he Mrs. A. W. Hodges of Jackson
q Andrews., whose wedding to Starke In the past five years should call Mr. Monteith at 42 ville and three brothers, H. H. the camp officially open

r chief interest In town to- I Il I A deputy collector of Internal and the clothing will be picked up. Return To HouseN. and Warren Bradley of Jacksonville ed on Sept. 14, 1940( three-quar

U night looked quite hett l --- I revenue Will be at the courthousein The collected items are being and Johnny Bradley, USMC. tare of a million men have passed

at the shower given last Quite a delightful intimate little Starke for three days-Feb. 6, stored In the American Legion Active pallbearers were Roy through the post for training. \

[y by Nettle Tucker For supper party at the USO Mon 7 and 8-from 9 a. m. until 5 p. building and a large quantity is D. (Noon) Wainwright, Jr., Clemons, R. L demons, Hutton duction, or separation. Nine complete

event the blonde Jacquelinea I; day night complimenting Grover m., for the purpose of giving advice already packed. Shoes are also qualified Tuesday for reelection to. Lee Clark,< Freddie Clark Wll- divisions, headed by the 31st,

black crepe with pink i and Virginia Alison who leave soon and assistance in the preparation being taken in this time. the House of Representatives from mont ,Brown and Tommy Monk. which arrived In December 1940. I

I trim and an off-the-face bat for their new home at San Jose, of 1945 income tax returns. The drive'was officially scheduled Bradford County and announcedthat trained there. After Blanding

I Quite a pretty picture to- Jacksonville Among those No charge will be made for this to end Jan. 31 but contributions he would be a candidate to Recent Births was converted to an IRTC. an additional

|with the corsage of white gathering to say farewell to this service. will be accepted through this succeed himself In the May pri 200,000 men were trained

jithemums, which was a popular couple were Anne and Al Most taxpayers have already week mary. MYRIA ANN HICKS! as Infantry replacements.

of the hostess At the Goulple William Flaherty, Junius made substantial payments on I Since January 31 Is the 'dead Mr. and Mrs. Pearce Hicks of; ,

ie day morning coffee Jacq and Virginia Smith, Mad' :! and their' 1945 Federal tax through Rotarians Told line for qualifying legislative can: Middleburg announce the birth of' Baptist Church '

pastel blue, Lit chose a two- Carl Carter, Nat and Gus Stern- withholding from their wages or didates, it appeared that Mr.Walnwrl..bt a daughter, Myrla Ann. on Jan.

aqua suit with embroidery, berg, Mlna Grady, Celia Israel direct payments to the collector. Nations Must Learn would again receive V. Continuing the study of the
and Bees Hornick Grover was I the nomination without opposition the by Me
arolyn wore navy with white Nevertheless, all taxpayers must To Live TogetherJohn Holy Spirit, message
Idery Incidentally br'' given a leather case and linen file annual returns on or before as was the case In 1944. No IIERSCY BABY pastor the Rev L. D. Halnas, of

ouldn't set the wedding datehuabandt.obe handkerchiefs, while Virginia received -. March 15, 1946. Alfred Nan en. Th. D.. other candidate qualified before ,Mr and Mrs Clyde Hersey of the First Baptist Church this
Dick ClsneI a lovely silk slip Incidentally the deadline. Starke announce the birth of a Sunday morning. win be "His
whose total income pastor of the Union Congregational -
Every person
I obtain an apartment, In fife Grover will speak at In 1945 wa $:300.or more "'ChUrch of Jacksonville and L In anouncing his candidacy Mr. son on Jan 16. Abiding. Presence. The observance
the the Beaver St. uso Chili in Jacksonville 'Wainwright said: "At this time I of the Lord's Supper, Will
palgn. DL locale so must file a return,. : student of. International ,affairs BTARUNO TWINS
Sunday when'awards< are :0 to thank the voters .. of follow the morning sermon.The' .'
and bought want ,.
boy got desperate was guest speaker{at the RotaryjOwtF iMr and Mrs Sleara Starling of
mad. to volunteers as part of the Bradford for their-gener topic for the evening sermon -,
lole [ County
apartment house,Y...,,Pick ,Tabernacle -". Wednesday using as' Lawtey announc. the birth. of
observance of USO's fifth anniVerlerryi' At The !in we the notnlna will be "Vote for J.with
Ihu his own It-piece orctt***,I topic of discussion"The New Is'teriiaJonaf.aa' Deity giving twins on Jan 18. The babies. '
book-,. . Hear-: that T. R.Rei3.AtcJntosh"Mtn ,; UonJiVthe I 19440 and U4e prl- the singing of favorite hymns and
I operating a : ,
i well! The protracted services at :the & M' have aalB8Cl.A.rthur Lee and '
been fit ,
.. Bo't the lad 'ou, ( has : and :.JftI88'fe.( without opposition. Is "4 choruses making. ?thlir hour, the .
rehcj ) i Tabermacle last week were brought Ta*..Gt eed>toyAlinderstaAd Mart** Eloise ',' "h'
used to charm wUa UM.Park Theatre here nearly learn; with who afine" tribute.showing their cornplate.eonfidence Happy Hour of' the-week.: ,
,..who you sVlrrtng message ,by the Rev. XIOZorn tget along. people '
his piano playing,, at ,the two yer.ms, has accepted a position of, HI. Again' 'different from ourselves was !in..my ability to ELVIRA JANE SMITH *- Sunday School meets at 0:45: W
'as for Eddy Arnold ; represent the best Interest of the study "The Worthof Religious ;
booking agent at stressed.-by Dr. Nansen who stat Mr and Mrs. Robert Lee SmithOf
q and.his Grand ,Ole Opry.show <.,. there was a baptismal-service message. that, the world could not live entire county,sand one, of
To him we say congratulations the close of the evening- through another war with the I am justly proud." a daughter Elvira Jane; on Jan. ments and Classes for all ages. At 1

r those Junior Woman's and the best of luck,In his travels A notable feature 'of the .Sunday atomic horrors which It would be During the 1945 session Mr. 18. 6:15: the Training' Unions meet 1
members who staffed the service' was the especially "All_
morning to discuss the topic, Things ,
.'. sure to bring about. Wainwright was active In the passage
ng Canteen last Saturday beautiful music renderedby I TONY NATHAN COWAUT Were Created Through Christ."
--- bettermentof
to for
Comparing the entire world of laws
had quite a lengthy shiftS Social event of the week took members of the Tibbltts groupof unit Dr. Nansen stated the schools Increased pay for Mr. and Mrs Charlie C. Cowartof An Invitation Is extended to allto
a family
p. m. Saturday until 3 They were Starke announce the birth of a In these
afternoon at Keystone Heights. various enjoy and take part
place last Friday that individuals within a family teachers and the aged and
Sunday morning Some- with and assisted in the Nathan 'on Jan. 21. service is
home of Myrtle Anderson also present might often disagree-with one another bills for the benefit of vet son,Tony services. Mid-week

their "relief", supposed to the Stitch and Chatter Club meet- evening service. but Just as in a family erans. He was the author of the JOHN LEO HENLEY held at 7:30 Wednesday evening

over at 10:30, never arrivedthe ing after a lapse of 22 years! The worshipers at the Taber every argument does not lead to Veterans Homestead Act and was Mr. and Mrs. Melvin William with song, testimony and message \
girls felt they just to think of all nacle have another "treat in store of the Cholera by the pastor to make this
n't Makes me dizzy the divorce courTs, so, among nations oo-introducer Hog Henley of Lawtay announce the
walk off close
So Jean and Davis Helen up the> chatter they had to catch up for this week when the Rev. every disagreement need Serum Bill which was passed and birth of a son. John Leo, on Jan. hour the sweetest hour of the

; on after that length of time Joseph T. Larson, of Minneapolis not lead to war. The more the provided free serum for owners 23. week.
and with
: Lucile
Original members attending, besides Minn., evangelist publisher, United States and Russia come to of livestock. He was ViceChairman -

assistance of Van and Lucy Myrtle, were Mabel Weller. song writer composer, etc., comes know each other the better they of the committee on Prisons LLOYD LEE OLIVE Loretta MansellMiss
Barbara andJ.
| Breazeale Eva Anderson Inea Davis, Mabel for a three-day conference Friday, will get along he stated. There and Convicts and served on several Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Olive of

M. Mitchell "stuck It out"bitter Stringfellow, Carrie Ward and Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Larson la considerable distrust on both 001 the most Important committees Starke' announce the birth of '''a Emma Loretta Mansell, 70, ,

e en! end. serving almost Thelma Mendoza '. _. Interesting will sing many of his own sides at the present time, Dr. Nan. of the House Including Insurance son, Lloyd Lee on Jan. 24.BATTEN died suddenly on MIonday, January'' ,1

Incidentallyhear tact revealed was that there was compositions.The sen stated, because*our modes of Public Utilities, and Forestry 21. about 4 p. m. at the' family
anteen was closed Tuesday the lot week the chalk SON residence four miles south of
t only one grandmother In following living are so totally different. He Is a close friend and Claude Batten of
week for want of volun- Mr. and Mrs.
-Mabel Stringfellow and she artist, Fred C. Cowell. The speaker warned against an active supporter and con Starke.
So don't be backward without will be at Rte. 1, Starke announce the birth Mansell lifelong resident
his musician, Miss was a
was the only one present by listening to and repeating false tributed largely to the successful
offering your services Thursday of, a son on Jan. 25. Bradford having
Be a silver thread In her crowning the Tabernacle beginning rumors and propaganda such as candidacy of the Honorable of County,
Fields paused long enough'r i and continuing through Sun statement that war of spent her entire life upon the
glory! the oft-heard Thomas D. Beaaley as Speaker MARY ANN MILES
day to inform me of the day Mr. Co well's coming Is always with Russian is inevitable and that the 1947 House of Representatives Mr. and Mrs. Charlie F. Miles family homestead near Starke.
sting fact that she has fours forward to as his She was the eldest daughter of
that winds up the looked we will have to fight her sooneror'taterbetter Mr Wainwright Is the third of of Lawtey announce the birth of
and their married names Well guess spiritualbut Thou. F. and Hanna
not only the late
drawings are do it now and Jan. 20.
this time to serve BradfordCounty' a daughter, Mary Ann on
liner little black book for his generation
Carpenter, Tanner, andrSo educational as well. Many of with. Such statementsas Sparkman Mansell.
next It
in the get over State Representative
they are well repre- So long See you the children have taken up crayon this are absolute falsehoods, as N. D. Wainwright Sr., LEWIS DAUGHTER Miss. Retta, as she was affectionately .

d In the occupational listwtian .- -Carolyn.Mrs. work after having watched Mr. he stated and If traced to their having Ills father served In the 1931 session Mr. and Mrs. Robert Earl Lewis known by all, became a

Cowell at work. source will\ usually be found to be and his grandfather, the late Rd- of Rte. 2, Starke, announce, the consecrated member of the Hampton
birth of a daughter on Jan. 27, Church In life
the product of some agitator serving ward J. Wainwright In 1879. All Baptist early

Church Emma ChancyMrs John F. Wilkison ( an ulterior motive. three were elected without op NORMAN IIABY and lived a true Christian life to
Also a guest at this meeting the end. She was educated In the
position. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Normanof
First Christian Church on Emma Chancy 76, died at John F. Wilkison. native of Rat- was Leland W. Hiatt of Jacksonville Rte. 1. Lawtey, announce the schools: of Bradford County and

!orner of Call and Christian the home of her daughter, Mrs. ford and former resident of Jacksonville State Welfare Commissioner, Take Oil birth of a son on Jan. 29. taught In them for a number of

announces the following ser I J. L. Simmons, In Starke, Tuesday died Sunday in Lake Butler who had just returned from a trip Thieves year.

for the week of Feb. 3: Rev.!. I evening. She was the wife of where he had made his home to Washington, D. C., and spoke The Standard and Sinclair oil Methodist ChurchCapt. She leaves a brother. Walter N.

Dodd of Mldlakes will preach; the late'E, Chancy and had made for the past six months. Funeral briefly in connection with the bulk plants were broken into Mon. Mansell, and two sisters Miss .
since his death In Lake were held Tuesday work of his agency and of the Susanna Mansell of Stark and
morning worship service. her home services day night K.. G. Duncan,' Standard Ben; M. 'Montgomery.< ,
a. m. on the subject "Our. City but spent,each winter here. morning In Jacksonville and burial great era of development that Is' agent, said the only thing Army chaplain and a former pastor Mrs. Gladys "Ayer of Waldo;
eat Love." four daughters Cemetery. He was a now facing Florida. The Rev. Ralph Rivers pastor
Bible School She is survived by was in Dyal missed yet was two of the Starke Methodist
at 10 a. m. The evening Mr J. L. Simmons Starke;: brother of Walter Wilkison and In the series-<
; oil and H. E. Tucker Church will speak Sunday
at 7:30 City: of Lawtey. tatlo,," that are now cases of of services at the
will be "Caught R. C. Mansfield. Lake Henry Wllklaon 'j programs was In charge
Mrs o'clock. i
plant said that notCinghad Feb. 3, at 7:30 Chaplain -
Inl i in Church." Mrs T. W. Nichols Jacksonville being conducted by the club, 'been missed as yet from Montgomery has served in grave. ,Arrangements were In

Wednesday lesson subject and Mrs. C. W. Bailey. East Raiford Baptist H. Hart gave a three-minute Fos-report their plant the Army for the past five years, charge of Key McCabe 'Funeral
30 N. E'I on the classification Home of Jacksonville.Pall .
will be the 10th chapter Orange N. T.: one son. being stationed In a hospital in
e Gospel of John. The reg- Chancy of Jacksonville and four I The God of Creation" showing ter Shl Smith, which Is public Paris, France up until the time bearers were R. A. Green,

election of officers will be brothers three sisters and seven vivid full-color scenes from astronomy schools. had .Bible Story HourThere of his return to the States. His N. D. Wainwright Jr.. L. J. Kite

on Feb. 10. and natural science, will be Judge E. K. Perryman as friends will be glad of this 3. J. Wilson Charley E. Johns, .
grandchildren.Funeral Feb. 7, at his his son Lt. Emmett K. were CO children present many
Boyd Clayton of held Thursday night to welcome him back and Freeman Register.
Ocala, State services will be shown the 'CommunityBible opportunity
tary Baptist Church at Perryman, Jr.. and Luclan Con this Tuesday
of Christian Churches, Home in the Raiford week in home.
Funeral Brad School held each
from Wilson the Rev. a recently discharged
bed for the morning service Lake City following the arrivalof 7:30 o'clock. extends The pastor a cordial Invitation ner ford County veteran. the Methodist Recreation Build. At the morning hour the pastor Reopens Dental Office :

unday and his message was Mrs. Bailey of New Jersey. Win. Wilson to see this ing. Mrs. W. J. Churchwell Is the Rev. W. J. Churchwell, will
'/ enjoyed by those present to the public In, the teacher of the group and Mrs. R. continue the series of sermons on Dr. J. W. Brownlee reopenedhis

e Planning committee of the J W. McIntosh of Gainesville film which was produced of the With New GroceryCecil A. Green is pianist All children Stewardship With his subject being dental offices here this week.

Usn ala Churches of Florida met spent several days this week with West Coast laboratory. Douglas, butcher, for are -avlted: to attend each class. "Jesus Teaching Steward. He was recently discharged from

Tuesday, Jan. 29 with his brother-in-law and sister. Mr Moody Bible Institute.Presbyterian and West ship". the service after serving several
with the Tip-Top
"than 100 present and some and Mrs. Clyde Priest. He was ChurchThe End merly Groceries, will join Cannon's Mr and Mrs. Robert H. Crund- The young people meet Sunday yean :ia a major In the dental

national workers In at. discharged in January after ..erv- on February tit In the well and eon. Robert, are again evening at 6:15 o'clock for a recreational corp.
to guide the discussion an Army Surgeant Grocery their home in Starke. Mr, snack at -
months as making period and a
for the ing 39 time Presbyterian Church announces capacity of meat market man Mrs. G. W. Lamar of QuIncy
good of the churches 33 months of that Crundwell was recently dischargedfrom 6:30. A helpful Is
accomplished. with of Operations the following program for ager. Mr. Douglas will be gladto very program arrived yesterday to be the guests
W Q. in the European Theatre umversUy Feb. 3: Sunday Schoolat welcome his nld and new cur the service after spending held starting at 7 p. m. of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell snd Miss

JCal church Smedley Is pastor of He is atending majoring the Sunday Mrs. Jeannette Young tomers !in the new location. 26 months with an M. P. detachment Prayer meeting Is held each Lucile Mitchell.
and all are non of Florida and 9:45: with Brazil. He Is employed
invited to will Morning worship In Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'-: Mr. W. G. Halle, Jr.. of ArcadIa -
rvlces attend any and Mrs.University this superintendent.at 11 a. m., and the pastor DENMARK MOVES, at the Gulf Station, where ho clock. Everyone is urged to bringa I and daughter Linda Sue,

graduate from the degree. service Rev. J. Lowest, will use The John H. Denmark Furniture worked before entering the ser Bible for the very Interesting came to see Mr. and Mrs. W. G.Halle .
's Gamlla Hutto semester with a and Miss the subject "Willing to Serve". Co. is now In the process of vice. study that takes place." Choir Sr., this week-end. Linda
spent Us! Mrs. Miriam Klckliter as his will from Its old location on practice follows at 8:15.: I
service moving
end remained with her
with her brother-in-law KlckllUr were in music for this Mrs. Charles Jenkins underwent Sue grandparents
sister, Mr. Dorothy Claire Friday. Special furnished by the choir under East Call St. to its new building last week In theatesvslle Church School each Sunday while .her mother went to I
and operation
Mrs. M. C business be an
In JacksonvUle. Jacksonville on of Mrs. E. E. Lansing on West Call St. The former hospital and 111 recuperating morning at 10( a. m., with a classfor spend two weeks with Mr. HaJle
direction ;
'I They re- several 1 the at the Denmark site will be occupied by ., '
with spent E M. Davis -every ace sat ''Birmingham/ i
her Sunday for the Mm' Gary Ennis with Mrs.\ Co. __ nicely.! I .. ,.'
visit- Furniture ,
'Ith Hart
Mr. and-Mrs. L. S. Hut., days the first of this week organ. \, c" .. |

Ing in Tampa.

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Request To Reopen Oldsters Advised HAVE. YOU TRIED I

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Pine Level f f8y Prison HospitalIs To Check Up The i iI

[, Established 1877 Mrs. II. M. McRae Not GrantedA On Social SecurityAn DBXIE CAfl"The :

E. ... Matthew _____-_____ Editor and Owner . 1 . 'f committee headed by State announcement was made I Home of Home Cooked Food"
niIlTiID.tr CELT BRATION Senator Charley E. Johns and this week from the Social Security
r Board In Jacksonville, to the effect -
Second ClaN Matterat enjoyedat Representative N. D. Wainwright
and Entered M A birthday dinner was
l Published Weekly the on Post Friday Office a& Starke Florida. the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. i I Jr., met with Governor Millard F. that any person older and who who Is has 63 Regular Meals Short Orders
H. Lewis lost Sunday In honor of Caldwell and his cabinet at the years of age or
r Mr. Lewis' birthday anniversary. State Prison to ask that the State been working on a Job covered by Popular Prices
:. It Seems That. A bountiful table was spread In Farm Hospital be reopened to the' the Social Security Act, might .
i the dining room where old friends public until such time as Starkecan find It to his or her advantageto ,
A false note of hope was aroused here this week enjoyed themselves together. provide, hospital facilities of file a claim for Old Age and 702 Temple Ave. Starke Fla.. ,

:' by an editorial in Monday afternoon's Jacksonville Present on this occasion were I Its own. ,Survivors Insurance benefits --I..
t Journal which stated that the sizeable town of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lewis Mrs. Because several members of the R. B. Donaldson, manager of .
:' Blanding is not to become a ghost town. War Department Tommy Lewis and daughter, Bet- cabinet were not present at that the Jacksonville Board Field Of- -
call for it to become a permanent installation time, no definite action was takenon fice said that if you have already '
(I' E. C.
plans Mrs.
Anne, Mr. and .
ty the proposal, but since no stateor filed a claim and have since that SEE FLY & BUYthe
Lewis and Ban, Reid. Mint Ruby
work at a '
official present spokeIn back to
concerning prison time ,
1 bit of news gone
with any ; Mrs.
As is the case Underhill, Mr. and Ulahop
favor ofthe Issue, It is hot level, It may also be
Camp Blanding. this encouraging Item swept up and Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. C. ,. higher wage ,
will be to have your
expected that the request to advantage
I' down Call Street, and copies of the Journal were eagerly ner, Mr and Mrs. Paul Faulkner, claim your reflgured so as to Include .
] seized so that eyes could feast on the words that Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae, Ed
given for closing the higher wages.
Asthma, Miss Shirley McRae and Principal reasons
looked so good in print.Disillusionment the hospital to the public were Any Social Security Board will Piper'CubFLIGHT
i/ Jean Conner.
the Miss Barbara
f. came Tuesday, however, when the expected Increase In prison I be glad to advise you of your
1 I. Telegraph, wanting to get at the bottom of the matter The guests left at a late hour population and the inability of the rights under the Act and a, representative
called the editor of the Journal to see if he would reveal wishing Mr. Lewis many more staff to care for both prisonersand of the Gainesville ...1.

," the source of his "inside" information. It was stated happy birthdays. outsiders, and the danger of Board Is present'in the Courthouseeach
that this editorial was one of those "boners" that S.NDIt"AYE LEWISMr. allowing the general public free Thursday morning to give INSTRUCTIONby

\\I, occasionally slip into newspapers, no matter how careful and Mrs. Bobby Lewis an- access to the prison grounds.The advice.: .
the editors might be. The Journal jumped to a nounce the birth of a daughter hospital was opened to the Ralph CheshireConwayLibby
;if: hasty conclusion, it was explained, and did not have Sunday ,Jan. 27. She baa beennamed general public several years ago New Grocery Store
; I Sandra as a war emergency measure and .., ..
concerning plans" for a permanent Faye.
official information
any : It has' filled a great need in this To Open SoonIn
i Army installation at Camp Blanding. Rev. W. E. Hall filled! his reg- section.In .
However, there are those who still believe that ular appointment at_,Pine Level addition to Mr. Johns and Lawson Building

,: "while there's life there's hope" and who refuse to Church Sunday morning with 122 Mr. Wainwright, those meeting Starke's newest grocery store U-Fly-It Service

Z discount Blanding until the actual deactivation takes in Sunday School classes. There with the Governor and his cabinet will open this week under the
: place. Be that as it may, it seems to us that Starke were also services held Sunday were A. J. Thomas, Dr. M. B. ownership of S. R. Johns, Jr., In CONWAY AIRPARK
r should quit engaging in "wishful thinking" and go evening and after the song ser- Herlong, Roy Ward and E. I.. the new H. A. Lawson building on
for building a greater community vice, three young ladles went for- Matthews. ,
I t ahead with concrete plans with This ward to unite with the church. Washington avenue at the rail- ,4 Blocks West of Union Bus Station
whether or not Blanding stays us. road.
L. of by securing some We are sorry to hear of the FilesMicrofilmed Phone 32 147
.. can best be accomplished, course the community with Illness of J. N. Norman. He and Telegraph "We will handle fresh produce, or Ring 2
; type of industry that will provide Mrs. Norman are at the home of fancy and staple groceries," Mr.

a payroll. their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Johns stated, and added that he
I Another item of encouragement (but one which and Mrs. T. N. Norman. For Future HistoryThe I
has many'years of Starke grocer's -
"blow like the Blanding editorial) is
also up"
might' J. W Hall of Jacksonville is yellowed and crumbling files' experience behind him and
the report that one of the three proposed sites for the visiting friends here this week. He of the Bradford County .Tele- will do his best to please the shop-

huge new veterans' hospital at Gainesville will be near attended church' services Sundayand graph, some dating back to 1886, ping public., Mr. Johns Is a native ONWAY'Service
r Fairbanks, between Starke and Gainesville. A large was' a dinner guest of Mr. have become part'of the Florida of Starke. ,
tract of land is needed for this project, and naturally and Mrs? B. M. McRae. historical collection being assembled -
t it cannot- be had within the city of Gainesville. Two Bishop Myrick was visiting Mr. at P. K. Younge Library in C/"
Home HereThe
t other' sites are being considered-both on the other and Mrs. H. M. McRae Monday Gainesville.The Buys

r f:; side of Gainesville-but right at this time it is understood afternoon. He received his dis- files were taken to Gaines- Rev,, and Mrs. Woodrow
that the Fairbanks location is the most favored. charge from the navy Monday and ville by Dr. Rembert W. Patrick, Flynn, formerly of Macclenny,
r If this is the site that is finally chosen it will place was accompanied home from Jacksonville member of the University of Florida have purchases} J. A. Tucker
the hospital within 20 miles of Starke and we should by Mr. and Mrs. Robert faculty, and placed In the P. home on Lafayette St., and are Oil Changing
feel much of the effect of the influx of hospital per- Myrick. His home is in Lake K. Younge Library of Florida now occupying It. Mr. Flynn Is Greasing

sonnel and the families. veterans that will'follow its Geneva. History. The oldest copies, some associations supply minister for -.o
Rev. and Mrs. W. E.' Hall had of which are In bad condition be- Waxing
establishment.With the New River Baptist Association
f' dinner last Thursdayhis cause of deterioration of paper,
as guests
all the indications of new development in ., Mr. and Mrs. Tucker have Washing
brother, J. A. Hall of Dublin. will be microfilmed thus becominga
"Don't sell Starke short. moved into of the N. Stern-
this section of Florida one
we say
Ga., Mr, and Mrs. Bernard Hall permanent record for all time. 9 Polishing
i' Whether Camp Blanding stays or goes, we will have a of Ft. Pierce, and Mr. and Mrs. The Telegraph was established berg apartments on South Water I ,It

good town right on. William Guy Hall and daughter, In 1877, but the oldest copy 'of I Tire Repairs
Virginia Ann of Palatka. Mr. the paper in the collection carries St.Church "
r F: There is something frightening in the let-down Hall Is a nephew,of Rev. Hall. the date of April 17, 1886. It Of Christ ELECTRIC: ,ARC WELDING
that has followed the end of war. It runs deeper than Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRaa and was called "The Florida' Tele:
The Church of Christ in Starke
!I''' the .mere relaxation of weary people after years of J. W, Hall ,visited the bedsideof graph" at that time: announces the followingservices
J. N: Norman Sunday night. who has old of AMOCO GAS
Anyone copies for Sunday; Feb.! 3.' Preachingand ONE HOUR
strain.Our military disintegration; the mass demonstrations We are glad to report that H. the Telegraph In his or her poss communion will be held at 11 OIL & GREASE
M. McRae is improving and hopeto ession Is Invited to add them' to ,
ofAmerican troop in foreign'lands; the lawlessness ] -
a. m. ,and 7 p.m.; ,The morning
see him completely well agoin the collection in the historical
home all add to abdication of
:, and strikes at up an subject by W. Herron, minister I
individual responsibility that can mean the destructionof soon.Mrs. Alma Starling has returnedafter ,library.the Telegraph They may office.be- brough, ; .to will be "The Two Foundations"and Quaker State

democratic government in the United States. spending several days with the evening topic will be "The
, Referring to the present state of collapse in the her little grandson, who Is ill in Five States-of Man." Oil
armed forces, the New York Times says: "Peace 'apparently Jacksonville.( Dowling Buys Everyone Is cordially invited to Sealed Containers W
k has brought a release from the feeling of Strode PropertyErnie attend all services and the churchIs
t . . .
f' individual responsibility that showed itself during the pleading for a return to New RIDE

i' war, at home as well as on the battle fronts-the feel] J. Dowling, Jr., of Starke Testament Christianity in name, AUTO LITE
if it i LAWTEY this week purchased the eight ,doctrine and practice. FLORIDA
ing that what each was doing, even was playing BATTERIESTake
room house on the southwest cor- MOTOR LINES
small role of the whole national and
# only a was a part By Mrs. Mamie CrewsCOLLIKRKILUNGSWORTH ner of Pratt and Christian streetsnear

international effort. Now each apparently is willingto e t : the old city Jail belonging to & GREYHOUND
I let the other do it. Each: parent is willing to let I Miss Pauline Strode 0 f Orange USE666 BUSSES
some other parent's son stay overseas if only he can ; :Heights. The property Includes For Safety _' /fIQ//umfj
r. John
Henry Collier and Ida Mae II I
:. get his' own son back. Every possible influence is four and one-half acres of land. Comfort &
possible string is pulled, to secure : Klllingsworth were married! In Mr. Cold EconomyW
brought every pre Folk tvn. Ga., on Tuesday, Jan. Dowling ,stated that he Preparations
" ferred treatment. A recent report from a European 22. John( la the SQJof Mrs. Lillie bought the building as a rental 1.1..lcI..I.t.I"No. Drop. Phone ,,,147 Care OF It
r command said that two officers were kept busy'doing Collier and brother"of Bessie Lee Investment. The home'is now occupied '- CAUTION I I..onlr A.Directed
y nothing else but running down inquiries from just one Prevatt and Miss Kllllngsworth Is by C. M. Cannon. I -

r: senator as' to the status of the sons of his constituents." the daughter of Rev. and Mrs, Kll-
What will it take to change this attitude? Perhaps llngaworth of Clay ,Hill.. .
I nothing short of another (and world disintegrating -
Mr. and Mrs. L. p. Rafuse and all the Have Coca-Cola
Jingle a
) war-which is just where this attitude is leadingus. children, Loca and JoAnn were way. .
That is the so-called irony of fate. visiting Mr. Rafuse' brotherinlaw -

--' and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bert'
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Dyal in Hampton Monday. 1
Prompt Service Careful Drivers Mr. and Mrs Charles Miles announce -

the birth of a daughter,
on Saturday Jan. 28. )
t.t.STARKE TAXI SERVICE H. C, Kelly made a business)

trip to,Jacksonville Wednesday.
andMACK'S Remand Mrs. J, O. Raulerson
were visiting In Jacksonville i l'Y e I

i TAXI SERVICE Thursday. 1
Rev. E. E. Swearingen and Rev. ,
Tetter of Jacksonville were visiting 1k
r Phone 150 Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse
Thursday night. jl 1
O Day Night Mr, and Mrs. Lorrell Tanner I _

J JI announce the birth of a daughteron
p .,1 January 28.

H. C. Crews was In Starke Mon

,day on,business.We .
It's a matter of pride are sorry to report that
I 'Carl Edwards Is very sick.

YOU ARE NKEDKD: In the ; \
-'ii No, we're not bragging, but lOIN TODAY,

ffic ;A1
we are proud of the careful e % ''I

ti workmanship with which _

each garment Is processed in .. ..s.. '
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our plant. This feeling] of -#' -""

dui' pride results from the satisfaction -

y ( of a good job, well t II i .friendly refreshment is always in season
r done. We believe that you will take pride, also:! in i ;:

t your clothes after they are returned to you from our Fun and friendliness can laugh at weather.! For the glow of comradeship ,

t' plant. PROMPT SERVICEDAHMER'S warms any occasion. In such a setting the genial invitation Have a ,, j 41

,. I-liON B lssROBE. Coke tops off the proceedings with, the pause that refreshes. Ice-cold

Jl 315 Coca-Cola always adds life and sparkle, makes any good time better.

GREEN, Y IHL.sw.J i Temple GIFT SHOP "Cett.Cola-and< lu bbr.vt.tloal \
"are thtf ngUUrtd trade
Owner 110 EAST CALL
ATC. ST. louu-kt which di tinjul h the pro*
PHONE eo STARKE COCA-COLA: BOTTLING CO. Jurt! of Tb. Coca-CoU: Comp nyI -
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. . 1! host,'o f blue birds, red birds and Horace Whltehead'a .
baby Satur-
robins kept me company Some- day, and the child is now Improv Tunisia Resident villa and Mr, and Mrs. Douglas Jobless Paid $341 Seeks Re-election
Clay HillBy Where out of sight I heard a song ing Hardy of Hampton spent Sunday

sparrow which made me think of Here is the I Would Like To Live with Mr and Mrs. Eldon Hardy. Here During Week T E. Duncan, State's Attorneyfor
Lura Burgess a summer day In Indians. Life marmalade way for orange In StarkeIt Mrs. Arthur Edwards spent Saturday the 8th Judicial Circuit qualified
Sunday Payments of unemployment com
. . Is good and the passing years can morning breakfast Slice afternoon In Lake Butler. In with the Secretary of Stateon
12 oranges pensatlon Bradford County
bring no fear, If like the Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen of -
ANOTHER poet we Jan. 19 as a candidate for reelection
THERE IS thin, skin and all, with 4 to advertise.The amounted to $341 and were madeto
REIN ROAD hear new songs, find new Joys- lemons pays Starke were Saturday visitors of to this office.
WATCH THE Cover with water and let 17 15 men and 2
)DNG[ ; I LIFE yea,'we grow young-as we grow Starke Chamber of Com- Mr. and Mrs.: E. M. Hazen and persons
\ ov now stand over night. The next day merce is thoroughly convinced of women, during the week ending -
;\ Mrs. J. C. Cone.
TIIE'ON A TINT OF old.John cook until tender and when cool this old slogan since its recent Jan. 11, according to an announcement JOIN THE CHAMBER Off
Collier of Lawtey and Ida most
Mrs Ellis
of Worthington COMMERCE and help build
run through food chopper. Add inquiry for Information this week from the Flor-
E Mae Kllllngsworth were married con- Springs spent Sunday afternoon Starke.
equal amounts of sugar. Cook ida Industrial Commission
cerning Starke came from Madam
old c it seems that IroW Tuesday afternoon I In. Folkston, with her sister, Mrs. Arthur Edwards -
I, grOw the westernskY Ga. She was one of my ninth small amounts at a time and can. Sarah Picone In Blr-Kassa, Tunis. In most counties unemploymentwas made were classified as: shipbuilding

old as grows grade girls and I shall miss! her. Another week has begun. which Madam Picone wrote: Sgt. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis of chiefly among former work- and construction 6. ml"

coming.,to its close: John, has just been dischargedfrom will wind up January. Five years "Some time ago I read of your Starke spent the weekend .with ers In the shipbuilding and con- I celloneoua 2. not classified :2 t i
Is I
n, day ago I came to Clay Hill to'' teach.These offer to' interested service- struction tradell.Unemployed. .
takes on a tint of rose the Navy, where he saw lots help Mrs. R. P. Lewis. 1 each of machinist, welder h j I It

or life known, in life's hot/noon. of service and sailed the seven have been busy happy years men In their 'housing problems."I Miss Marie Edwards of the persons In, this t fitter, pipe coverer and compnlnor

d not _M/ lloch seas. I wish them much Joy and and I feel I truly belong here now. am an American citizen, F.S.W.C. tn Tallahassee spent. the county to whom payments were operator
God blesa : Twelve more weeks of school Good married to a Frenchman who serv- .
you. week-end with her parents. Mr.
xlown In lite-God bless Lura.Hampton. his this last
sun go you ed country during
wet ,Somehow Saturday I felt,, that and Mrs. Arthur EdwardaMrs.
to to think We have '
I like war. been married al-
lacy my son must be near. He has . Carrie Ingram of Starke
., .
old, being e most year now and would like ENJOY GOOD FOOD ATSTANLEY'S
grows 'with
one been
life as over 40 days now on the spent Sunday her sisters
like the setting sun. Here road home. I kept wondering if to return to the United States, Mfa. R. P, Lewis and Mrs. E. T, ,
In grey Spanish Permission to leave Tunis may be
some day I shall look up and see Stewart.
s apace fragrant with red a sailor that was once my little Bj Mrs. M. (). Sweeney easily obtained by the American Forest Crosby of DeLand spent RANCH
conaul. The
The honey bees hum over only problem con the week-end with his
ms. boy, now brown and tall with parents,
a little I . . . fronting us ia that of finding
blossoms. chasinges ribbons and battle stars. It Is Rev. and Mrs C. A, Crosby. ,
wn butterfly an oak four years since I saw him-four CHRISTIAN'ChICRCII COUNCILThe suitable living accommodations Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hardy
as It was drifting down. This long years. Ladles Council of the Starke would be very suitable be. were In Gainesville Saturday aft- 3 MILES: SOUTH OF TOWN ON ROAD 28
cricket sing cause of climate and living conditions -
llng I heard a There was no PTA meeting Christian Church was delightfullyentertained ernoon.
out by a similar to those found here.
almost Thursday aa only a few could on Wednesday, Jan. "I should greatly . . . .
caws appreciate .
ruS of frogs. A crow come. Mrs. Buddy Wilkinson is 23. by Mrs. Gerald Adklns. The any

in a nearby pecan tree, and our president and her husband Is topic selected was "Standards of help you" could give us In this Theressa STEAKS CHICKEN I
matter. --
ot frightened at my approach. ill. Conduct" and was impressively
msed on th etlmber bridge to outlined by the president. Mrs. W. Yours very truly,
I If you want to vote you had Sarah Picone fly Irene Coclirane
en to the hidden waterfall. A better register at Jack Wilkin H. Griffin. After devotionals the Villa Antoinette : . . . SEA FOODDINNER

I son's home. He has the books tnotjr hostess, assisted by her youngest Blr-Kassa, Tunis Mr. and Mrs. Milligan and J

township. daughter Louise, served a tempt Tunlsie (Africa Du Nord) I children Glenn and Sylvia, of
Mr. and Mrs. Carson Griffis ing salad course with CocaColasto Ocala were visiting Mr. and Mrs. PARTIES SOLICITEDWINKLER
FOR took supper Tuesday evening with! her guests. Mrs. Adklns has . . . A. L. Sullivan last Sunday. I
APARTMENTS Rev. and Mrs. J. L Strickland. as her guest at this time, her sister Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Swindelland

ROOMS Herd Is another 9th grade girl. Mrs. J. R. Voss, of Fayette- Brooker lion, Larry, and Elmo McGee i r

OK- She la the smallest In her class, a ville, N. C.H.IPTiST were week-end guests of Misses I M I0 % ttllB %gg lff: i f

curly-haired 'blonde with pretty, By Mr*. T. W. Markey Mildred and Ruth Frith In Lake
HEAT blue smile. MISSIONARY CIRCLE . . . Geneva.Mr. .
eyes and a charming !
Mrs. Thomas Brown
F. enter-
AND HOT WATERDay She is a good student and very tained the Women's Missionary BIRTHDAY PARTY and Mrs' B. F. Veale and ELECTRIC SERVICE
D. J. of Panama are
popular. son City
Circle of the First Baptist Church Mrs. W. O. Rimes a birth-
Weekly Rate gave
or Mr. Veale's brotherinlawand
"My name Is Lillian Lucille visiting
recently There was an unusually
day party Saturday afternoon In
sister Mr and Mrs. J. C
Starling. I was born not far from ,
large attendance and a most honor of the 13th anniversary of
CARL JOHNS the Clay Hill school, May 25, 1931.I Cochrane.
pleasant time was enjoyed. Be- Radio
her son, Billy. Outdoor games HeadquartersSales
Don Neele of Cryatal Lake left
City Hall have light blue eyes, blonde
sides the usual members, Mrs. T. were played and prizes in various
I Friday for the Merchant Marines.
curly' hair, and fair complexionwith '
E. Simmons of Chase Va.
City, contests went to Betty Long and
freckles. I five feet tall We wish him luck.
am of Mrs. K. B. Wattersonwas '
guest Donald Hazen. & ServiceWE
and weigh about 101 lbs, The present. Delicious refresh Mr. and Mrs L. V. Williamson
After games the youngsterswere were In Jacksonville last Friday.We .
first school I ever atended was ments of fruit salad, assorted
Clay Hill and I'm still trudgingon cakes and Invited Into the dining: room are sorry to hear of Jesse
fancy punch were served
where the table was overlaid witha Thomas' Illness and we wish hima
enjoying every minute. I like conclusion i
at the of the meeting '
to read funny books, especially lace cloth and centered with speedy recovery. DON'T Strike ,
"Wow Comics." The thing I dislike the cake topped by 13 candles Mrs. L. R. Britt and sons, Carl ,., "

most Is unbrushed teeth. My Gladys Glover received second Ice cream was served with the ton antI Eugene, of Lake Geneva I-,

mother's name Is Mrs. Lottie degree burns on her back and legs :, cake to the 25 young people present were visiting the Thomas family WE ARE Stack !

Starling. My father died when I Monday morning when her night Billy received many nice Sunday. .

was 'a small child, so I do not clothes caught fire from an open gifts and at a late hour the guests Mrs. A. H. Kelnay entertainedwith

remember much about him. My hearth blaze. She was rushed to departed wishing him many more a birthday party Saturday Trying render service

hobby Is collecting books." Starke for prompt medical treat happy birthdays. night In honor of her grandson,

There was a fair crowd at ment and her condition is not Frankie Loper. Refreshments of
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott and
cookies cake and chocolate were
Church Sunday at Long Branch. critical. children and Mrs. Reta Brown All Production Lines At A
served and the guesta enjoyed a
sing. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Dur- ,
EXPERTWORKMANSHIP We had a good quartet to
in Lakeland with
spent Sunday
her ham and family regret to learnof nice 'time.Mr. Standstill Except At,
Rev. Watson, his daughter, Mi and Mrs. Howard Summers. ,
and Mrs. B. F.
husband and his own son, who is their leaving Hampton this
Just out of the service. They week for their future home in Mr .and Mrs. R. F. Gano wereIn Mrs. J. C. Cochrane were in Green

two numbera. Delta, Ala. They have lived In Gainesville Tuesday visiting Cove Springs, _on t iuineaa! Mon-

Q ; sang''Dr. Brinson was called to see this community for eleven years their'' son and family, Ovid Gano., day.Don't Wi
and will be greatly missed. Blanchewas Mrs. Rufua,Hodge..Mlsa Madeline forget to come to Chris- I N K L E R Electric Service
WORK: Kermltt Sikes
ALL an honor student of the 8th Green, and Mrs. tian Endeavor Sunday and prayer

I grade and would. have graduatedthis of Alachua spent Friday In Gaines meeting at the Christian Churchat 221 TEMPLE AVE.jW .

GUARANTEED. spring. ville. Theressa. .
Plnholster and Miss Lu-
Mrs Ann R. Guy returned to Truby -A..
bedia Plnholster attended ,the Try the DIXIE -I.-
TOR ACID INDIGESTION her home here last week after -
VOIT CAN ENTRUST YOUR spending a month with her son Baptist Convention in Jacksonville

FINEST: WATCH TO OUR, Rev. Henry Guy of Fruitland this week
CARE Park. Chester Andrews of New River

Mrs. C. L. Houser of Flat Rock was here on business Friday m

r I Ala., recently visited her mother, morning.
The Mrs. Ida Maxwell and brother, W. Malcolm and Ivamae. Lewis .-'
\ H. Maxwell were shopping In Jacksonville aAe .

STAG Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Goodman Monday. ,.
50cCarpenter'sDrug moved to Starke last week where Mrs. Duster Rahn, Airs,-' L. A.
Mott and John Mott were In
: Mr. Goodman plans to enter busi

Carter Bldg., Starke Storr I ness. Gainesville Friday afternoon. I 'I 3111n w\ri;(
and Malcolm'
Mr.' and Mrs. Gordon Wads- Talmadge '
-- worth, Jr., of Gainesville spent Lewis were in Lake City .and e'4

several days recently with Mr and Lake Butler on business Thursday.Mr. .
and Mrs. Leslie Green and ,
Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth.Mrs. r, asasaa aama

BUG Eliza Hall of Starke has Mrs. W. O. Rimes spent Saturday r' ......
been a guest of her daughter, tn Gainesville.Rev. .!

Mrs. M. M. Williams.Mrs. Herman Moody of La- 1 I a

Fannie Brown and son, Crosse was here Saturday after- F

Alexander Brown, of Cocoa have noon visiting friends.
TRANSFER COMPANYLOCAL been visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Max Lewis and "Almost time is harvest time""One

Woodrow W. Hicks and Carlton daughter, Dorothy, Mr Hough any
HAULING and Mr and Mrs. Bob Roberts ,
& LONG DISTANCE Chastain were In Tampa .
attending to business. and two daughters of Jacksonville of 'the best things about pulpwood is
of Mr. and Mrs.
179FRANK H. V. Saxon and J. D, Weather. were guests ,

PHONE bee of Pompano spent several E. J. Lewis Sunday afternoon.Mrs. 1 that a farmer, can cut and haul it whenever
.' Lethia 'Persinger la here
L. M. GAINES days last week with B. Y. Saxon.
BROADWAY i Mrs. Pearl M. Wise, who recently visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. i it's convenient. Time of year doesn't make j ji

sold her home West of Charlie Kelly. She will Join her

Hampton to William Slade, left husband! in Texas where he has i much difference.

for Faith Mission, Crys"tal been assigned. '
last week
Beach, near Tarpon Springs. Mrs. Mattle Sowell spent the "Pulpwood lets you make good use of time
first of last week In Mlcanopy
Eiland, who under-
went Mrfl.an Fred operation at the Alachua with her husband, Luther Sowell, and equipment that would otherwise be idle. '

in Gainesvillelast who Is working there aa a bar
County Hospital cash that's always there
week Is Improving nicely and ber.pfc It's an extra crop
and Mrs. Charles Hardy of
will.soon C. Lamoreaux be home.K. of Wlldwood El Centro Calif., spent the week when other crops lag and you need money.

SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLET and Mrs. Margaret Lorenzo of end tives.here with:' friends. and rela- "I never fully realized the value of my farm

SEA TROUT PERCH BREAM Tampa Mrs. Emma visited Lamoreaux their this week. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green spent. woodlot till the war taught me how to turn
Gainesville with Mrs.H.
Piersol of Detroit Thursday in
BASS Mich, are here attending to H. Hlnson and Mrs. Charles pulpwood into money; but from now on, I'm

and visiting friends.. Hardy.

I Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry business Mrs. Ralph'Dyal and sons, Rob- Pvt. Pledge? Gainey received 4 i counting, on ,pulpwood as part of my,income.
of Green Cove his discharge last week at Camp
ert and Guy,
Sunday afternoon Dlandlng after;serving two years every year.
I MARKET spent '
Springs I
with their aunt, Mrs Anna Soxon, Jn the army with one year .

.CALL STREET PHONE 37' STARKE. FLA.FARMER'S who Is ill. of the Naval' overseas Mr and duty.Mrs. T. W. Markeyand 1em

W.Station A. Saxon In ,Jacksonville Jr., spent Master John Green spent 1'q, h I II "' !" S" 0"S' m+.t1 it lj,llnru} l'i.l '1Md I Wr"r r'M yN1rn.., ",ptn19N1

Air the week-end with his parents Monday afternoon in Gainesville.Mr. ;H" ,.,$, fih we"o\M\ istuW ))4t's4P"" ll4"iN"? "+1rdra'; i
Mrs. Pledger Gainey
Saxon.: and
and Mrs.
Mr.Maurice. Gordon and Shirley and son visited his mother In Sixth Industry
SUPPLY of Cltra visited their mother Hague-this week. i VICTORY
I Seely week. Mrs. Ernest Edwards, Mrs. Dave
I STREETS Mrs.Mr.Llnnle and Mrs.Seely Herschell Farkvr Green and Shirley Nell were In Offers Jobs in the Woods and at Mills PULPWOOD

CORNER 10TI1 & CHERRY daughters, Helen Jean and Starke Saturday on business '
I and Sue Crews of Jacksonville : 'CAMPAIGN
Doris of Coleman, Ala., arrived Miss Margie the week-end with APPLY U. S. EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
JUST ARRIVEDA to visit relatives. I spent
Jacksonville' her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. .
Few Penn Air Electric Heaters spent Percy Sunday E. Griffin with of his parents O. W Barry. ICr**

Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bryan and
W. H-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy of Gaines- '
At $9.95
Special Mrs H. D. May attended the VICTORY PULPWOOD COMMITTEE

bridal ahower for Miss Jacqueline visited her husband, who la a patient -

CHILDREN'SDouble Andrews in Starke last Friday In the Veteran's Hospital L. D. Vinlnsr, Hal Edwards, Lester Kite,
Miss Andrews I* the bride.) there.
Lawn Swings elect of Mrs. May's ]grandson Mr. and Mrs O. D. Gay had as Hogan Smith, Tyler Jones, J. K. Douglas. ,

Leon B. Moorer.Mr. their guest last week. Mr. and 'I,. T. DYER, Chairman "I c
$20.00 and }[rll. Wallace Collins Mrs. Elmer W. Dillon of Bridge-

L and Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Hall have port. Ohio and Lt CoL and Mrs.D. DON'T WASTE PRECIOUS TIME CUT TOP QUALITY ,WOOD'
Mallard American Fencing accompanied Mrs. Gilbert Lam. T. Thompson and son Bill, of
& Ballard Feed oreaux to Lake City where they Tuscaloosa, Ala.


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1lMDFORJ) 00171NT1< "!1&LEGBAMa. t3TARBL ,IIIf!
EGA Ii O1JIt I :
odtst Church In, Gainesville andthe enworth. and ddrean.

I ISOCffiTYand WoottenPhelpsMiss Mrs. Sturgis HostessAt W.S.C.S. Met Monday local attendants took an active ItornJaYou.,\ Street, Ban Fran I. IIII.-.......,

CLUBS I Grace Phelps, teacher of Coca-Cola Party I!.At Methodist Church 'part in discussions.. March .4.1916 VInrtheto apq

Home Economics and' Chaplain's For Miss AndrewsMrs. An Interesting meeting of the UV CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD Court seeks dlvor.and cause-.. B wheretn'pkr i' )

Three Hostesses assistant at Pinel and College In Woman's Society of Christian Ser- COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN Telegraph shall piibll.h fort, *
SternbergCisneMr. Salemburg, N. C., and Prof. James R. W. Sturgis Jr. entertained vice was held Monday, Jan. 21, CERY. In.- neat four weekly lrnueaealytat this' <"><
Compliment Bride Gordon Wootten head of the with a coca cola party at Church School rooms, Harry Charles Freeman, Plaintiff. eSta ke Florid ant '
and Mrs. Nat Sternberg announce I In the v.. Kathryn Phillip Freeman, De IIf1I
engagement and approaching And BrideselectMrs. Plneland E.M.I. Business' College the home of her mother. Mrs. where vases of gladioli and white fendant. Case No 4888. uary 11. lUG.OFFICIAL n ,lhl'I'
the were united In marriage on Friday Pauline Torode, on Kin g s ley narcissi graced the president'stable ORDER OF PUBLICATION ( SEAL J.
of their A. Clerk Court.
marriage 3 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR of Id .
Lillian, to Mr. Richard O. L. Beasley, Mrs. B. I* morning, Dec. 21 at 11 a. m. In Lake Wednesday afternoon and desk. STATE! OF FLORIDA to: Mrs' '1'. Frank Landrum,
daughter, the home of Rev. G. N. Ashley, tll 4:30: in honor of Miss Jacquu- Kttthryn Phillips Freeman, whose A tty for Pit, dtarke PlOt
O. Clone, son of Mr. and Mrs.: Biggs and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid en- whose wedding to The business cession was presided I 1-14t:
of the line Andrews,
W. O. Cane of Carbondale, 111. tertained with a coffee at the vice-president and pastor over by the president, Mrs.
Leon Moorer wll be solemnized on DR.: JAMES F. LOOMISOPTOMETRIST
the former Walnutst. college. and the newly
:Mr. Cisne was stationed at home 'of W. E. MIddleton, ,
Feb. 2.The
Camp Blanding for two years and Wednesday morning: from 11 The home waa beautifully dec- elected secretary. Mrs. F. H. Long:
conducts a booking agency with until '12:30 O'clock,, honoring popular orated with gladioli and other large living room was tastefully transacted her duties for that office Suite 309-10 Masonic Temple BIdg.. Jacksonville: Phone 5-8GII

headquarters in Champaign,' 111. brides-elect. Miss Jacqueline plants and flowers. The bride decorated with pink and : Among the reports given '. "?'? FOR PROFESSIONAL, CARE; AND DISTINCTIVE Situ
Andrews and Miss Lillian Sternbergr suit of medium blue with white gladioli and vases and 'baskets 'thetreasurer'
will, be an' eventof wore a were annual reports HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED REGULARLY ..
The Saturday wedding Feb. 16. at 8 p. m. and Mrs. Emmett Raney, :hat and accessories to match and of the same were placed: ,-a- Mrs.. Titus Olson, and "We Render a Complete Optical Dispensing Service"
at the home of the bride's parents., who before her marriage on January wore a corsage of. pink .and white round the "room.Present corresponding secretary'report by

No'invitations will be issued, but 18 was Miss ,Carolyn Green. rosebuds. The impressive doublering with the hostess the .Ml.9 Olive Ray. Mrs. WV'JJ;
'"of I the couple are in- The reception hall and living" ceremony was solemnized' In honoree and Mrs. Torode were Churchwell and Mrs."Olson gave
all vited to attend.BennettKalch. room were tastefully..decorated In the presence of the family, .of Mrs. James Blackshear, Miss Barbara :- reports from the Gainesville District The Sweetest Day of:All. The. Year-
varieties of gladioli and camelias. Rev. Ashley and Rev. W. J. Cameron Mrs.. Fred Guy Seminar, which was held In
Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs. A. Z. Jones, President of .the Adklns greeted the'' guests at the and Rev. Peyton Royal' student I Mrs.' J. R. Wainwright, Mrs.. Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, chairman

R. Kalch of Hampton announces door and presented them to the pastor on the college campus. i. Billy Graham Mrs. Vernon Sll- of mission study announced that 'f -
the marriage of his receiving line which waa composed After the ceremony the couple cox Mrs. Richard Kidd Jr., Mrs.. the Spring mission study' book A Beautiful Selection

youngest daughter Helen of of the three honorees and the left for a brief honeymoon after, James Lewis.,, and Mrs. Melba would be "Crosses for Africa" by X' !

Jacksonville, to GM 3-c Arnold three! hostesses. which they visited relatives. 'I Cox. Booth. l -Valentine Cards Now

EJ. Bennett, son' of Mrs. Hazel Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Mrs.' M. Mrs. Wootten was employed In Mrs. L. A. Davis chairman of t 1 on Display
Bennett of Anderson Ind., on Fri F. Brown Invited the guests Into Starke by the Farm Security P.T.A. Hears Speaker Christian Social Relations and ;V" ; S'

day Jan. 25 In Folkston Ga. They the dining room which was beau- Agency several years before go- Stress 'Conservation local church activities, announced SRELlNC coop -
are living In Jacksonville at pres- tifully decorated in a pink and Ing to Plneland College to teach. the names of Mrs. W. B. Sewell, ,
ent, but plan to leave shortly for blue color scheme. The table was She Is a graduate of this school, Of Children Mrs. Olson, Mrs. A. W. Anderson,
Indiana. overlaid with an imported Italian Meredith College, The Baptist W. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, and others to VALENTINE CANDY'
cutwork linen tablecloth and was M.U. Training School In Louis- The January meeting of the be added later as co-workers with

centered with a silver bowl witha ville, Ky., and did graduate workIn Parent-Teachers Association of her this committee.The Q
RickPrevattMr. held on Let us take care of your
lovely arrangement of blue Iris Peabody College In Nashville, Bradford High School was devotional service was led

: and Mrs J. T. Prevatt of and pink rosebuds and gladioli.The Tenn.Mr. Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 23, by Mrs.' Olson, whose subject was .now, while our selection Is good..
In the Home Economic room. '.... ..
Lawtey announce the engagement silver coffee service was plac- Wootten Is a graduate of "Peace through Christian Exper "
of their daughter, Margaret Irene, ed at one end of the table and Bowling Green Business Univer- Mrs. Eleanor K. Green of the ience". Mrs. A. Wood gave an Candy is very limited this. ''year.' .
University of Florida faculty was
to Cpl. Donald C. Rick of Chad- was balanced by the other silver sity, Cumberland University Law interesting review of the subject
wick. Ill. appointments. An artistic ar- School and Zanerlan College of the guest speaker. Mrs. Green is "Stewardship of Peace"*, and was

of rangement of gladioli was placed Penmanship. He has done grad- teacher In the P. K. Young Lab- assisted on this subject by Mrs .
Prevatt a graduate
Miss was
> is Now PlentyoiFilms
the buffet. oratory school and at present We Have ; !
on York
uate work In New The meeting was closed
Bradford High School In the class I extension class In Perryman.
conducting .
of 1945 and is now employed by Mrs. J. W. Andrews, mother of sity School of Commerce and La Social Studies an the teachers with a prayer by Mrs. Wood. ''Your Favorite SizeIs'HereFLASHLIGHTS ; -

Western Union 'In Starke. Cpl. one of the honorees poured coffee Salle Extension University.Mr. of this school. among ,

Rick attended school in Chadwickand during the morning. Mrs. D. A. and Mrs. Wootten have an Mrs. Green'" used as her 'topic W.C.T.U. Members
is now stationed in M. P. Monteith, Mrs. Fred .Guy, Mrs. C. apartment off the campus and '
"Conservation of our Basic Resource "
Headquarters at Camp Blandlng. A. Darby, Mrs R. A. Green, Mrs. will continue their teaching this : The Community's ChU.. Attend MeetingIn & BATTERIES

The wedding" Is scheduled to N. Sternberg, Mrs Vernon Silcox, year. > dren.. She said that In the past Gainesville ;L
take place after Cpl. Rick's discharge Mrs. N. T. Bitch, Jr., Mrs. 'J. R. Now In Stock
) few years a large amount of need-
Wainwright and Mrs. E:.t. Matthews
sometime In .February. olson-Faircloth The District luncheon of the De-
ed attention has been given to the
assisted In the dining; room. conservation of our natural re- partment of Christian Citizenshipand Let Us Take.Care' of, Your Needs .'

UDC LuncheonTo The hostesses presented' each:cf Mr. and Mr. J. I... Faircloth announce sources and the parents and teachers Legislation of the W.C.T.U.
the honorees with a corsage of the marriage of their of the state are beginning to was held In Gainesville Jan. 21 ,

Honor'Official camellias which harmonized with daughter. Wyena. to Archie Col- realize that not enough emphasis and was attended by several members $ Stationery In AssortedShades -

UDC their outfits. son, MM 3-c, son of Mrs. Laura has been placed upon conservingthe ) of the Laura Scott Union of
The W. T. Weeks Chapter, '
About sixty friends 'called dur- Colson of Miami. greatest of all our resources, Starke. Among these were :Mr.
will give a luncheon honoring the ing the "'. Also Small Note Paper In White,or Blue.
Division President, Mrs. C. D. morning. The wedding" was solemnized I tin our children. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley, Mrs. Jennie .

Walker of Winter Park and the the Methodist Church at 5:30 o' Mrs. Green said "It Is more Im- ,Thornquest, Mrs. Emma Mur-
Fine for Short Notes
I Winsome Class Jan 24 how phy and Miss Susan Wallace.: They
Division Vice-President. Mrs. Ed- ; clock Thursday afternoon, portant to teach our children
ward Cunningham' of St. Peters- Met with only'the' Immediate family to live and 'cooperate with other were accompanied by Mr. and
burg. '.Friday present. Rev. W. J. Churchwell Individuals than to require themto Mrs. K.. R. Lovelady, who rendered ,

The luncheon will be served at I The Winsome Class of the Baptist performed. the ceremony. memorize, 'unrelated facts special music for the oc : Let us fill your :prescription Three registered and

the Church Service Center on Church held Its regular meet- .The young couple were attended which, in all probability, they will casion. The meeting was presided I graduated pharmacists are here to take care of yon

Church St., Wednesday, Feb. *. at ,I ing Friday night, Jan.' 23 at the by Miss Irene Prevatt and JohnD. never use In the future." 'She over by Mrs. Kate Alonzo, director needs. Large stock of prescription. items. assures yot

12:30 o'clock. At two 'clock there home of Mrs T. L. Saunders on Fletcher, cousin of the bride- complimented ,'the community'for' of this department and 'wasattended I of prompt service.
will be a short business meeting. KIngsley Lake. Mrs.,L. D. Halnes groom., Mrs. Colson wore for her. acting on Ulel '.declalon to try, to by ministers Judges, oJ'\.
There will be nominal charge 1 presided in the absence of the wedding a blue dress trimmed obtain the local USO building for! lawyers, etc. besides about' 50 I I

for- the luncheon. president Mrs. James Lewis. with white ,lace. With this she the recreation J: the young' ieo- members of the W.C.T.U. \ ; ''KOC"JRUGjSrOBE:
and those 4 ple and stressed.the fact that the The'meeting was held In Fellowship
A11 UDC members, The group decided to make used black accessories and wore .
whA will soon come into the Chapter -I: plans for a class year book and corsage of white chrysanthemum i iI htaltb"! 'and're8l
are..expected<: ,to be,present. .... ,Mrs.?.TerJey.. Mrs.- Paul Canva"; I Mn' Colson 'Is 'at-present'. sinetioned Are.:bound together.-: Love physU t 'Cj

1 and Mrs. Gary, EnnU were .appointed -In. Newport...L..'.)ut ,exects cal security; appreciation bfrythelltild
ti 'as a committee 'for this.! > "to be assigned to a new and beneficial'experiences FOR'YGVfl
The following group captainswere ship soon. Mrs. Colson Is an em-' are necessary for the growth and : MONEY
development of that child "Into ilL ,
chosen; rose group, :Mrs. T. loyeof Western Union Telegraph ,
L. Saunders; gold group Paul Canova and I Mrs. Green:said that special CANNON'S '
F green group, young Mrs. Victor Lambe. Mrs. VanH. emphasis Is beginning to be placedon
Carden was elected Treasurer',of brief'-wedding''atter. the trip ceremony to Miami for returning a- the 5 year old pre-school chil- THE WINKLER BLDG. --; 220 N. Temple Avenue
the'class and Mrs.' Fred Ross dren. They should have the right
chairman of.the Winsome Nursery1. Tuesday night. beginning,' which! in many cases, =

Also on the nursery com- !' may require a. 'course In Adult Saturday, Feb. a Specials
mittee are Mrs. Tenley and her Andrews Education. She also stressed the

mother, Mrs. Turner. Mrs. Can- Importance of keeping records on
Honoree At
ova Is social chairman with Mrs. Shower all school children throughout Prince Albert Tobacco : .10Kent's ,
Saunders as co-chairman Mrs. H. E. Tucker entertainedat their entire schooling period with .

Following the business jn.eting her home on East South St. physical and mental growth recorded -
i Mrs. Saunders assisted byf her early Friday evening with a miscellaneous : as faithfully as possible ,
;, !.\ mother, Mrs. Turner. ,.8orv6dH.de.'Icious shower honoring Jacqueline by each teacher.A Field Peas No. :2 Can .18Shedif
I f110.1' refreshments to the group. Andrews, whose weddingto brief business session was -. -- .
Leon Moorer will be an event held, presided over by the presi ,
Stark fat & WMU NoticesThe of Saturday, Feb. 2, In the First dent. Mrs. L. Jennings.. The
I. ; Executive Board of the PTA met ;
: w :
Methodist Church. Coffee 1 Ib. Jar .35
." I
Rob Women's Missionary Unionsof White gladioli and white statice Monday at the home of the president s /- -v- -
and reports from the
,I membership -
.. Baptist Church will hold with plumosa fern were used In .
't', \ their regular meetings Mondayand decorating the spacious living and mittees were and various given. Delicious other< COm-refreshments CREAM STYLE ; -: No. 2 CAN
Tuesday. Feb. 4 and 5.
dining rooms where the 40 guests

t '-' home Circle of Mrs One will Annie meet Richard at the at I were used entertained.on the mantel Candelabrawere and buffet the: business were session.t served following Del Monte Maize Corn = -. Vi.16{

the State Farm, Tuesday afternoon and added much to the beautyof -
,'Feb. 5 at''3 Ladies Adult' Class
p. m. Mrs.L the rooms.' The table was cov-
I SIZZLJNOYTKAK' O. Powell is leader. ered with a lovely lace cloth and Met Honduras t All Meat
Circle Two will meet at the centered with three-tiered wed MondayThe .

I.I, LOBSTER The home of Mrs. Marvin Hazen, ding cake In the bridal motif and Ladles Adult Class of the Bananas lb. '- .12 : Stew lk. - .34
i Tuesday afternon at 3 ,
i p. m. Mrs. white satin bells hung from the Baptist Church held their busi- ,

DHKIHP B W. B. Alexander Is the leader. chandelier by white satin streamers. ness meeting, Monday afternoon .. .
Red BlissPotatoes
f Three will meet at the The cake was surounded bya at 3:30 at the home of Mrs. P. M. Fresh GroundHamburger
r CHICKEN home of Mrs. L. G. Hemingway lovely arrangement of fern and Barefoot on East Call St. This srCB .29

Tuesday. E. Sparks afternoon Is leader.at 3 p. m. Mrs.S. flowers. was a surprise to Mrs. Barefoot 10 Ibs ..40 lb. -

Mrs. Tucker was assisted in as she has been confined to her
Circle Four, the Business
serving chicken salad with rolls home for about three weeks with
Circle, will meet at the.homeof Fresh FloridaTomatoes Whole Fresh
and coffee to her guests by Mrs. an injured foot: ,
f A Mrs C. A. Knight. Monday, R. A. Weeks. Mrs. W. T. Weeks, After the business session de- A
Feb. 4 at 7:30: lb. .19
m. Mrs. L.
p. A. Pork
Hams lb. J3
licious cake -
: for Canova Is the leader of this Mrs. Ruby McBride and Mine Val- and ice cream were -
group. era Johnson of Camp Blandlng, served to the following ladles:
connoisseursgood AU Vfrs. Alonzo Driggers of Lake Mrs. Eva Anderson Mrs. W J. Juicy FloridaOranges lb.
members are urged to at- Copeland's All-Pork
Butler and Mrs. Selma McCall and Epperson, Mrs. J. E. Futch. Mrs
of tend their circle meetings.. Miss Jean Davis. D. W. Moore, Mrs. R. A. Thomas, 'lb. Ol .46
| .07/2! Country Sausage

and food. M Ladies CouncilThe Recent Bride Hough.Mrs. Turner and Mrs. Alma -

The class contributed 120 to
; drink Ladles Council of the First. Honored At Shower the Church.. building fund. Mrs.
Christian Church held Its monthly! Anderson was assisted in serving Sunshine Turnip Greens No. 2 Can -.13

social meeting at the home of Mrs. Leaston A. Wynn of Hamp by Mrs. S. D.... Phillips. The next .-
Mrs.. .Smith.- .Denmark.. .Thursday ton.,whose wedding was an eventof meeting will be held" with Mrs.R. .
B Jan. 17. i Jan. 2 In Cerro Gordo, N. C., A. Themas the first Monday .
r. The meeUng w. opened, with: was the.honoree at-a party and In March. 'PRIDEOF THE VALLEY No.2 CAN
t, ray.i4.b: Mrs.: Ara Moltt and shower given Christmas week by '

Mrs. Denmark led the devotional Mrs. A. J. Williamson Mrs. Bruce Stork ShowerA Cut Stringless Beans .. -.15
.- -
eajoy here
eating and
gave 1st Romans
as her Bible I Jolly of Key West Fla., and Mrs.
SB a> pleasant reading!, James Fowler of
I Mississippi at surprise stork shower- was -
aoephere: w h aa.0 Various business problems were : the home of the former In Cerro given by the ladle of the First .
you know the discussed to be voted on at the Oordo.The. Christian Church for Mrs. Albert KINGAN'S 2 lb. CARTON
wffl be "' !()toa next ,
"" meeting'and after adjournment living and dining Williams on Monday afternoon,
eooked and Cream Lard
stttra Tasty
the hostess .46
ttnl7 served. served delicious were decorated in 'the Christmas Jan. 21. Many useful gifts were ) .- -
R cookies refreshments of Ice cream and! motif and many of the' wedding I received by the honoree. _

gifts were displayed In an alcoveof -
the dining room. During" the WSCS To Meet
O Jr. Woman's ClubThe party hours contests and several Kitchen Matches 3 pkgs. 10CANNON'S
Circles .
of -
musical selections were enjoyed. the Woman's Societyof i
Junior Woman's Club will Delicious refreshments were served Christian Service of .the Methodist -
hold its regular meeting in the to the gusts., church will meet Monday -

J25 TEMPLE AVENUE club building on Wednesday-; Mrs. Wynn Is the former Miss afternoon Feb. 4, at 3:30 o'clock.
6, at 7:30 p. In. Circle One will be entertained by
Mary Williamson' and has visited GROCERY"The
Hostesses for this meeting are here often as a guest of Mr. and Mrs. A.V.. Anderson at the
r Mrs. J. R. Wainwright Jr.. Mr* Mrs. Church School rooms. Circle Two
Wynn. She
." :- /'...:;....--. ., .- :..... : Grover Alison and Mrs. H. H. Wynn are making their and home Mr.on will be entertained by Mrs. L. D.
-r Adams. Hampton Lake. IsonSt.Vining at her home. on West Mad- Friendliest Store In Town"


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of LOCAL NEWS and Mrs. J. B. Alexander.Mr Gently returned from China on the seal at Starlic, Florida. this Jan All Clerk of said Court.T. Mrs Lorenxo Green returned ls I.:
IfflTS and Mra. R. G. Dodson have I U.S.S. Grant via San Francisco. uarv St. ule.OFFICIAL Frank lAndrum Starke, Florida. i
moved from Lake City to Monti- ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas Attr. for Plf. 1-' n2t her home Thursday! bust wewftc ;,
They formerly lived here and have A* Clerk of laid Court. .
cello where Mr. Dodson will work many friends who will be glad to T. Frank Landrum, Stark, Florida, IN CIRCl'IT after several days of observattesain t
'of Dr. and Mrs. Frank FOnn
T. Ritch L. Morganleft Atty. for Plf. 1-1 U f
and Mrs. art with the State Highway Patrol : hear of his sate return. 4t COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCKRY. Riverside Hospital in Jackaos- II
of last weeknod I Sunday to make their homein .
spent p from the Tallahassee district. Mrs. I The many friends of the Rev. IN CIRCUIT v1Ue
Las COURT HRADPOltD Marianne Barrett Roarer. Plaintiff,
and Mr. Vegas, N. M where Dr. ,I
Mrs carrie Ritch ? Dodson is the former Jeanelle B. M. Montgomery are pleased ('Otr TY, FLORIUAl N. T, Morgan will a medical office. CICRY.r .
Gr1tlln. open dant. Case No. 4344
rS, T J Hutchings. see him again after he has spent >orlH Martin Shuler, Plaintiff v*. ORDER OF Pt'IlUCATIONAND
to' Atlanta, Ga., for a He has Just been discharged after Paul Warren Shuler, I
two Defendant NOTICE
on Mrs. W. P. Randall of over years as Chaplain In 1'0 APPEAR
and ;Mrs. Ritch re- 4 1-2 years aa a Major in' the Paris France Case No. 4381.OR01DR STATE! OK FLORIDA: Ku.en. 1.$1; ,
5S trip visit' : which Va., spent three days last week other points OF PUBLICATION Roses, whose residence la. Box 81, gt
for a longer army during time he served with her father. J. M. Alvarez abroad. Mr.. Montgomery at one AND NOTICE TO APPKAR "Farming-ton. Illinois. 11 I ;
went to with the Public'Health Office In time STAT!] OF FLORIDA to: Paul You are required. to appear on .
c, C Mendoza :' who la till recuperating at his served as pastor of the Warren sh u let whose residence and March ,4, 1944, In the>.above named : :'
Orleans La., by plane sit ,.Vegas and other towns >in the home.. Methodist church here. addreHH Is Arlington: Hotel, Macon Court and cause, wherein plaintiff!I C'1(5) -
brief visit with hie West. Mrs. Morgan was Mrs. Miss Marjorie Davis of FSCW Georgia. .ekll divorce and restoration of I @
tor a Mrs. Sinclair Peek and Mrs. Tou are required to appear on Malden Name. Bradford County I J
returning to reopen Huldah Corpenlng, daughter of spent the week-end here with her Telegraph shall I
before Charles Darby and .Virginia March 4, 1//t In the above named publish thl.. Order
in 'J cksonville.d Mrs.'T. A. Brlnson of Hugh until daughter. parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis. Court And cause, wherein plaintiff In next four weekly. Issue MADE TO ORDER
dial office Jean, were visiting Mrs. seeks divorce and Witness ''
restoration of my hand and 'officialaaal
Mrs. Mendoza 'and their her marriage to Dr. Morgan on Morgan Darby In. Riverside Hos- Mrs. Hattie Hathcock and Mrs. Malden Name. Hradford County at //ltark: Florida,, this ..January I LTYLAPPE
been rialtinsOr.: .I Dec 27 in Montgomery; Ala. They Janie Avery were in Daytona Telegraph shall publish this Order 34, 1818,
lift, have pltalln Jacksonville Tuesday. Mrs. In next four weekly Issues. (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A: Ji; ThomasAs
have been her Beach several
visiting: brother- week.
T J. Oritttn. and Darby, has,been there since Saturday I daysthls Witness my hand and officialneai Clerk of said. Court. BAKEIY(
n Bitch.i. in-law..and slater. Senator and of.last week and her 'condition : Mr. and Mrs. C.'C. Hoppe and nary at U.'Starke 1911.'..' Florida. tb.Jan\.., ';J .ra"kll"nvllI"'Flnrlda.R IL Duncanb14 Atty.Lynch for Rlds.l I

and Mrs. J. A. Howard'had Mrs. Charley E. Johns since that [ is greatly Improved 'son Jimmy of Tampa spent the (O FICJA IJ3EAL:! ) A. J. Thomas, i. .t t-n

week, their,daushrrr time- week-ead with Mr.. and Mrs. O. L. -., "'" -
last Mr. and Mrs. llwl-" --
neat Merrill Futon? and i'lt ll llttdl -- ,
T. Ruaaen oi Klngs- Tech.. Sgt. and Mrs. B. Cohen son Beasley and M.I.. W Kincald.
J I.Charies have moved from
Te'xas. Another daughter, and son, Merrill left Friday for Stat-ke to Tallahassee where they Mrs. R. C. Wearer of Jacksonville

Johnnie Farnell of :Madison their new home In Baltimore Md. will make their home. Mr. Flitch spent Sunday with her son-

ting her home with her,parr, They were accompanied by Mrs. has accepted a position as dairy ., in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.

emporarily.A < Cohen's mother, :Mrs, W. L* An manager at the Florida State College Hogan' Smith.
I Mrs. C. A. Knight spent Tuesday
Petit of Gainesville draws Mrs. Andrews returned for Women.
M. I night with Mir. and Mrs. C. C.
'.of Ala- after several days visit in the
J. Wfiliame '
rl. A. Harley F. Strong returned last
Shepherd and Mrs. James Shep
pent Friday with Mrs Char- D.mountains C. and in Washington week from a buying trip to New herd in Lake City. We are happy to announce that we will

Johns. York and Chicago, prior to open- Lt. Herman Shirley of West
Barbara Cameron'of Barrye County Agent. L. T. Dyer was his store in Green
ing new jewelry .
Point ,MI a., was a week-end guest
Miami, came Wednesday in Lake City Wednesday and in Cove Springs about March 15. He of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight.:' be in our new store on WEST CALL

visit with her parents :Mr. Jacksonville Thursday of last travelled by plane, the trip requiring Mrs. Jack Tice and Mrs Han
Irs. H. E. Tucker. She will week for Important meetings.Mr. but six hours each
way. cock of Orlando spent several
for the wedding of Miss. and Mrs. R. L. McDowelland During his abstnce, Mrs. Strong days this week with the Rev. and STREET after February I where we will

line Andrews and Leon B.r grandson, J. R., of Jacksonville remained with her mother Mrs. Mrs. L. D. Haines while Mr. Tice

on Feb. 2, were dinner guests last W, M. White in Atlanta. and Mr. Hancock were being discharged be in position to serve people of this trade
Thursday of :Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and :Mrs. I. Lecln and from the army at Camp

MIDrVLIVRATONEis TJglow. The day was Mr. Uglow'a daughter MaCAlyn. have been en- Blanding.

88th birthday anniversary and the Joying a week's vacation in Miami The Rev. L. D. Haines Mrs. area in a more, adequate manner. Our
A MUD. trrEcnvtLAXATIVE: McDowell's 34th wedding anniver Beach. They will return to Starkein Ethel Blgga. Mr,. Clyde Priest

sary. time to meet their daughter, and Mrs- Don Miles were In Jacksonville
DESIGNED TO rsOMOTtVIGOBOUS Mrs.'M. L Maynard of Alachua Evelyn who will arrive about Feb Tuesday tor a meeting of greatly increased floor space will per..
HEALTH !is making an extended visit with ruary 2 from duty Ira Hawaii with the State Mission Board of the
the Waves. Mr. and Mrs. Lee in
her son-in-law and daughter Mr Baptist Church.Mr. .
and daughters will then return to and Mrs. A. C. Ferguson ,mit us to enlarge .our stock sufficiently

their former home in New York and Mrs. LeBarre.of Jacksonville ,

NAT. SEZ: West before Coast leaving Mr.for Lecln.a trip proprietorof to the spent. J. Griffin.Sunday, with Mr. and Mrs.T. to satisfy the. demands I of ,. the' moat discriminating ,

the Bradford Photo Shop has Mrs. L. A. Duncan, who has ;
Saw,several wives around closed his business here and sold '
Navy spent the past month with her We invite in-
.,, uyer your
the equipment to a party who
this w'*k looking for apartments son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and .J.J
moved it to Jacksonville Beach.Guest.s .e,.141) .iff
and'houses. With Camp Blandlng Mrs. K. O. Duncan, will return
y week of Mrs. Bertha
last Saturday to the home of her son- spection andpatronage.,
about to shut down looks M If Pearce were her sisters, Mrs.
in-law and daughter Mr. and Mi's.Rosa : .
Starke will have to reconvert from T. J. Thomas of Valdosta, Ga., and Adams in JacksonvUle Beach. ,

'the Army to the Navy. Let's go Mrs. Emily Faver of Miami and Mrs. Duncan will take her over
brother-in-law and sister Mr. and
out of our way to make these folks Saturday.
Mrs. G. V. Phillips of Lake City.
welcome. They will treat our Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shepherd IN CIRCUIT COVRT. nn.4.0P'OROCOUNTY.

,faun right if we treat them right. and son, Chuck are visiting Mr. FLOniDAl,(. IN CHAN.CICHV. .

Shepherd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ooorne E. Dorfner, Plaintiff vs. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD SMALL DOWN PAYMENT
Mr. M"r\r"erlta. Latham Dorfner, DetendanL \
I. P. Shepherd. Shepherdwas :
discharged from Scott Field, OF PUBLICATIONAND
NEW SHIPMENT. OF 111., on Dec. 7 after serving asa NOTICE TO APPEAR '\ .
STATE' Of FLORIDA to: Maraurrlta '
r v sergeant in the army: Latham Uorfner, whose IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
realdonce and address In Unknown.
Ira Shepherd who la a relief
>Yoi| arQ required to appear on
U.7arbizon Ci 3'C agent for the Express Company, March 4, 1946, In the above named
recuperating at the home. of hja) Court seek and dlvorns.cause Bradford, wherein County'plaintiff John H. Denmark Furniture Co.

parents, Mr. and Mrs.. I. p,_Shep:- Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
herd, following a recent tonsllec-- next four weekly laeuaaCWtta.es PHONE 1S1 STARKE FLA.
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handband official seal ,
C limy In Gaineat itle ?? ,!*x. .*, aI.,. learke. .my,ylorkyalh4' ..J."p"rrT. "..... 'r' t j* I .. .Q', .. "' .
-... -- >FYlendsJhere' : will regret to Jearn'oT"iftie1 \ 918.OFFICIAL'BEALi' i :e M/ ; ,
>J. Thomas
V' t death Orlando
: In recently .
A* Clerk of jai4 Qonrt.0 '
of* trs. J ; for'' Plf.' '' 2-1"4t' 2StIN .
",remembered 'here as Miss Kit a .,
Strong. The Strongs were among the early settlers of Starke, and '. CKRY.Orady COUNTY. FLORIDA IN! CHAN.

Mrs. Blackmar Is survived by two U Webb, Ptilntlff vs. (Norma
r sisters. Mrs. MTNetha: : Beatty and Veronee. Webb, Detenianl. Case
tI f4 1889.
1 e Mias Ana Lou Poppell of SL AND NOTICE TO APPKAR Selling Out !
yA l \I Augustine and brother James H. Veronee Webb, whose residence and
f +I Poppell, SK 3-c were recent guests Spartenburr ddren /tm South 148" South Carolina.You Congress. ,

of their uncle and aunt Mr, are required to appear on
i and Mrs. Warren Perkins. James March 4, 194, In the above
ate\ M
e named Court and cause, wherein
is on terminal leave alter four: plaintiff iieeka divorce. Bradford
years In the navy most of which\ County Telegraph shall, publish thU. "
Order In next tour weekly liiiuei.Wltnea
was spent In the Pacific. He re my hand and official .


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-- IN CIRCUIT Cpl'RT. BRADFORD Gaeta, whose
dinner of Mr* had as supper guests ThursdayMrs. Mrs. Nancy Thomas la IU l'e"ldenca ant I
S S S S S S 55.S Perry of Lake City were visitingMr. tended the birthday and Mr. and COUNTY: FLORIDA IN CHAN.CBRY. : J..r.ey.Parshlne toad' CIIII "
in Ralford Drew Beasley ,
Yarbrough .
I" and Mrs. M. L. Johns and Florrie Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Beasley and their lit- Died At WorthingtonMrs. Albert A. Cockayne, Plaintiff ,aMarguerite February You are 11.required to' i,
River week.
New of last 1940. -'
family In :
of Cookayn,
tie daughter, Martha Jane, named Court and ,
Charles Young of Lake Butler Rev. Fred Dodd and son Johnnieof Nancy M. Thomas 78 Cane No. 4311.ORDER plaIntiff seeks divorce" IJ.

r By The School last week-end with Wilbur Midlakes were dinner guests Lake Butler. old, passed away Jan. 10 OP" PUBLICATIONAND County Telell'raphhad B \
spent Mrs. A. J years Order PUh
Mrs. Effie Johns and NOTICE TO APPEARSTATE next
r 1. S S S S S S S Turner. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rogers( and little Levonla Rogers at the home of her daughter Mrs. OF FLORIDA to: Mar. Witness my hen Weekly I' k,

held Sun- G. W. Andrews and Reddish An- with Mr. Bethel Pinkston near Worthington Kuerlte Cockayne, whose residence seal at, Stark., Fioirtn!, |
f night
Church services were Sapp.Mrs. spent Thursday la: North Port, Michigan.You uary 7. 1948. t n
and daughter,
day morning and evening of last drews made a business trip to Joe Moody and Mrs. Alfred Thrift in Monlac Springs. are "required to appear onFebruary (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. t

week at the New River Baptist Gainesville Monday of last week. Margie and Mr and Mrs. Tom Ga. Funeral services were held the 11, 194*,_ In the above .Aa William Clerk D.of SOld "'OUri.'

Church with the Rev. Truby Par- A. P. Johns was in Lake City Hodge and children attended the Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Hembree returned following Sunday afternoon at plaintiff named Court seeks and Ivorc.cause. Bradford, wherein Clark. Bldg. Morgan JaCk QnVUleth,111

rlsh of Santa Fe. I Monday of last week. singing convention at the Churchof Friday from New York I New Hope Church with Elder County Telegraph shall publish this .Atty tor Pit :
God in Starke Sunday.Mr. Funeral Home Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness I __ .
Rob Andrews of Jacksonville Mi1 and Mrs. E.. L. Kelly and City where they had an interest- I Harver and hand and official IN CIRCUIT 'tn R'r.

was visiting friends in this community daughter, Helen were shoppingin and Mrs. Wilbert Mann and ing stay for about ten days. in charge of arrangements.Mrs. seal at Starke"my Florida, this Jan- coj ''. FLO.tlIHII,'

over last weekend.Mr. Gainesville recently. small daughter of Ocala and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Markhamtook Thomas had lived in the uary 10 1948.OFII'lciAL Dorothy Ryan
,' ; and Mrs. Johnnie Andrews and sister Mrs. the ( SEAL) A., J. Thomas vu. JtIlR1f@ro! PI,
.. and Mrs. Rance'Petty oRalt'ord John Whitehead of Union Mr. Markham's LaCrosse community during As Clerk of said Court.E. Case No. 3\O.Rul'lero, tt,
( were visiting Mr.: and Mrs. County recently visited Mr. and children of Lake Butler were Lillie Hodge back to her home in past forty years. Death came 1C Ferryman, Starke, Florida i ORDER OF

Melton Kerce Sunday afternoon of Mrs. A. P. Johns. visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Johns Dunnellon Saturday after having after an extended Illness during Atty., for PIt. 1.11 4t J-& 1- AND NOTICJo Pt'IJLI'A'I TO APp!

last week. Mr.. and Mra. Dempsey Sapp Sunday. had her 'as their guest for two which time she bad received treat- IN CIRCUIT COimr. BRADFORD "cent STATE OF' "fOhiIDA
1 LJttleton Kite and Edward At are happily settled in one of the Mr. and Mrs. Russell Green and weeks. ment in Jacksonville. COUNTY. FI.OHIUAI. IN' CIIANCKRV. 9917. Und Avenue' Whose, c e.it.

kins of Hellbronri Springs were Nollman apartments in Starke. children and Mrs. Mana Wiggins I Dr. Chandler Hayes of Madison Surviving are her children, Mrs. Ethel Garner Crosby Plaintiff vs. Island You "I'e New York, hoSt

: visiting Ethan Sapp Sunday. "Mr. Sapp is employed by the atended the birthday dinner of was the guest of Dr. and Mrs Bethel Pinkston of Worthington. Howell L. Crosby, Defendant.' Casa February tI required, 1946, to In
4322. lbo
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Pattersonof Southern Bell Telephone Companyand Mack McCormick in Jacksonville- R. P. Stubbing Thursday.Miss Springs, Mrs. Deresaa Harris of' No. ORDER OF PUBLICATION plaintiff nam.d Court seeks and dlvnrc&rail...

: Lake City enjoyed a fish supper Dempsey started to the University Sunday. June Caldwell visited Miss Baldwin, H. M. Thomas of AND NOTICE TO APPEAR tlon of maiden IIl1lno sot
of Florida Monday. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Andrews Madge Brownlee In Starke last STATE OF FLORIDA to: HowellL. County Telegraph .hall'pub'
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville Brooker, Mrs. Erma Shepb.erd.if. Crosby, whose residence and address Order In next tout '
M. I.. Johns Friday night of las Mrs. Eloise Cowen Is thrlllei spent the week-end in week-end. M. Thomas and R. L. Thomas, Is Srnoaks, South Carolina.. Witness my hand Weekly
over getting a telegram from her and attended the birthday dinnerof Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger of all of Jacksonville. You are required to appear on seal at Siarke, Piuriii5 ant It,,

week. husband, Charlie, saying he had Mack McCormick. They were Jacksonville were Saturday after- February 18, 1946, In the above) I uary 10 1946.OFFICIAL .
and Mrs. C. E. Andrews and I. ( SEAL
Mr. )
named Court and wherein
cause A.
Mr. and Mrs. arrived in the states and would guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. O noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. IV CIIICMT COI'IIT. HIIADKOHH .1 plaintiff seeks dlvarce and re tol- I A. Clerk ot Maid COllrt I.
were visiting
I COUNTY, I't-OlllUAl atlon of maiden T. Frank Landrum
name. Bradford
Moreland.Mr. M. :
bo home soon. Bradley.Mr. tfttktp
O. 0. Mlzell of Axson, Ga., re c nY. Atty. for Plf.
I Telegraph hall this
cently. We're very sorry that Mrs and Mrs. Meadows Anderson and Mrs. J. C. Wallace had Elvlne Mary Maxorr McCahlll Sib- Order County In next tour weekly publish Issuas. I.U,

Cleo Andrews is sick and hope and daughter of DeLand were as dinner guests Wednesday night ley Plaintiff, vs. Oliver Stephen
Rev. Truby Parrlnh of Santa Fe< Slblcy Defendant. Case No. 4.126. Witness my hand and official seal ';
of Mr. and that she will be back to school visiting Mrs Minnie Gibson and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wens Mary ORDER OP PUKtJCATION at Btarke/ Florida. this January the- NOTICE.. IS lIEIUal'ORb
dinner guest
was a IH
soon. Mrs. Mable Sapp Is substituting family over the week-end. Wells and Joan and Nancy Mynl- AND) NOTICK TO APPEAR 18th. ness under the onIlR,,,.
Mrs. Z. W. Harrell Sunday. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Oliver (OFFICIAI.BI1JAL) A. J. Thomas, flctltUm
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrews for her. M. P. Wiggins and Seeber Doyle han of Jacksonville. Stephen Slbley.I 147 West 14th St., AM Clerk of said Court. Cherry Farmer Sts.T'Stark.1?' ?!

., and children were visiting Dave Several of our school childrenare Andrews made a business trip to S-Sgt. Jack Bradley left Tues- New., York, N.Maryland.V. -or- 213 So. AuroraSt. Atty.T. Frank for PIt.Landrum Starke 1.18 ,4t' Fla.2-8. tends to register the mffi! ,..
Easton .
Green of Brooker Sunday of last out because of bad colds. Lake City Sunday, day to report to Oliver General You are required to appear on the name Circuit In the Office of liii

week. Church services were held Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Ander Rhoden and : Hospital In Augusta, Georgia fora February 18. 194S In the above IN CIRCUIT crti'RT. BiiArtFoitnCOUNTY County Fla. Court of *

Friends and relatives of Cozette day morning and evening at the small son, Joe of Montgomery, routine check-up for discharge plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce cause and wherein custodyof C1CRY FLORIDA) IN CHAN Mike Mnrura

Sapp will be Interested to know Long Bridge Christian Church Ala., were visiting friends here before re-enlistment. minor child. Bradford. County J. A. Jones, Plaintiff V8. Sadie Starke nt. 2, ,11011 lilt
Fred Dodd of Mid- spent E. Griner Telegraph shall ,pu bll..h this OrderIn Jones, Defendant. Ome No. 4291. .xt 4t 1"1a.
that she has been transferred from with the Rev. over the week-end. They Mr. and Mrs. M. were next four weekly l Issues. ORDER OF PUBLICATION 2-1 \

the Starke Telephone Co., to Hollywood lakes. Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Witness my hand and official seal AND NOTICE TO APPEAR -

r. for three months. Mr. and Mrs. Reddish Andrewsand J. L. Johns. Mr. Rhoden is in Reinau in Palatka Sunday. Also at Starke, Florida this January STATE OF FLORIDA to: Sadie< IN CIRCttIT C'O"II'I'. BRl;
16th. 1946.OFFICIAL. Jones, whose residence Is unknown. COUNTY, FI.OltlllA,
t i Mr. Shiver of Jacksonville was daughter, Maxine, spent the the army and at present Is .stationed visiting Mr.* and Mrs. Relnau ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, You are required to appear on CEnT L.

visiting friends In this communitylast week-end in Jacksonville with Mr. in Miami. were Mrs. Griner's brother nd.slsterInIaw As Clerk of said Court.T. February 4. 1948. In the above 4.lIce McDowell Pialntlff..
i. Frank Landrum Starke, Fla. named Court and wherein
cause McDowell
i week-end. and Mrs. J. O. Moreland and while Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Snowden Mr. and Mrs. W. Atty. for Plf. 1-18 4t 2-8 : plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford So.P08. Jolenl\u(

f Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Patterson, there Maxine underwent a tonsil- Mrs. Ethel Johnson and Bud M. Reinau of Apopka.. During the -- I County Telegraph shall. publish thl.j' ORDER OF t'CBLICAT!
Order In next four weekly l.. AND NOTH'F
Miss Daisy :Morrell and Ralph ectomy. The operation was very Johnson were visiting Mr. and day the three couples visited IN CIRCI'lT COIIIT. IlHAI .FOnr. > Witness my hand and official STATE' OF Io'UJllIDA 1'1) APPv 10
i-: successful and she came home Mrs. T. J. Perry of Hampton Sun Vtarlnelaml.and interesting spotsIn (CKIIY'OE'NTY! FLOIUIJAl IV ( .AN. seal at Starke. Florida; this Jan Clifford McDowell, WhOM,

Sunday noon. She la doing ,C. Jennings, Plaintiff vs. uary s, 194*. !I. unknown.
at St. Augustine.Mr. Thomas ,
( ) A.I ThomasAs
nicely but will be absent from day.Mr.. and Mrs. George Baker of and Mrs. J. E. Chambers Case Helen N/Loulxe). 4323.Jeuninifnr Defendant. Clerk of said Court.H. February are 11 required, J948,< In to tC t

,< school this week.S. Birmingham. Ala", are visitingMr. spent the past week-end with Mr. ORDER OF PUBLICATION O. B'rown, Stark. Florid. named. Court and 050./
I L. Crews made a business ANI) NOTICE TO APPEAR ,Atty. for Pit. 1-11 4t 2-1 plaintiff seeks divorce, Bi
and Mrs. E. A. Sapp. and Mrs. Earl Chambers In Mon- Helen County Telegraph .hull
trip: to Jacksonville Thursday. Mrs. Joe Moody and Margie ticello. Louise Jennings, whose residence IN CIRCUIT COI'UT. BRADFORD Order In next four weekly!!
l Friends and relatives of Wayne Moody were visiting Mrs. Orle and address Is 18 Grand Avenue COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAN.CKHY. Witness my hand, and
seal at Starke. Florida ik
North Gait Ontario Canada. I<
fazen of Jacksonville will be gladto S C S C C S C S S SC .
Brown in Starke Sunday. S You are required to appear on Michael Oaeta Plaintiff, vs. Anna uary 10, 1948.OFFICIAL .

I know that he has a discharge Mrs. J. S. Snowden, Mrs. Ethel February 18, 1048, In the above Qaeta Defendant. Cane. No. 4288.. ( SEAL) A. /,J
GrahamBy named. Court and cause wherein ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND As Clerk of said Court
from the army after serving 3 Johnson and Bud Johnson madea plaintiff. seeks divorce. Bradford NOTICE TO APPEAR Zach H. DounUa, Qalnenllk

years and 4 months. He spent almost business trip to( Worthington County Telegraph shall publish this STATE OF FLORIDA to: Anna Atty. for .Plf. j-u

2 years overseas. He is the Springs Saturday. Mrs. Edward Norman Order in next four weekly Issues.
Witness! my hand and official seal
-- grandson of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. C S C S S C C C C S .C C C it Starke, Florida this January

Andrews. S S S S S S S S S S S 16th. 1946.OFFICIAL.
BIRThDAY F.tRTY ( SEAL) A. Thomas' When Your Tires Are Slick Time toRmRECAPPING
Friends and relatives of Charlie
\s Clerk of said Court.
Mrs. T L. and Mrs. '
Cowen of New River will be gladto State Farm Casey 'r. Frank Landrum Starke Fla.
Nate Dyal entertained at their \.tty. for Plf. 1-18 4t 2-8 :
know that he has a discharge
Mm. Whitfield home Monday afternoon Jan. 21, -. AND VULCAMZnti
from the navy after serving 3 fly Bryan BRAUFonn
honoring the 8th and Sth birthday iv CIRf..r roi IIT.COI ,
4 months and 5 days. He ; IV CHAWCKHY. ALL SIZE TIRES
years. NTY. Fl.OHIU.tl
S S S S S S C C C C S C C anniversaries
spent several months In the south'aclflc of Judy Casey and AND TUBES
Protect BRIDGE CLUB MEKTINO Tommy Dyal. Alan Wylie, Plaintiff vs. Anna Gertrude -
near and around the Philippine Grebe Wylle, Defendant. Case
your?) Mrs. Robert Kite was hostess'at The birthday cakes were iced No. 4327.
: Islands He is the husbandof 24-HOUR SERVICE
last weeks meeting of the State In pink and white with the Inscription ORDER OF! PUBLICATION
: the former Miss Eloise Johnsof ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR BEST !MATERIALS
:Lomevitli! eaongg New River and the son of Mr. farm Bridge Club entertainingtwo "Happy: Birthday" on STATE OF FLORIDA toi Anna
, : tables of members at her lertrude Orebe Wylle whose residence GRADE "A" RUBBO
and Mrs. Charlie H. Cowen of each.Guests .
and address Is unknown.You
'home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Included all students of
:lire InsuranceCharley RFD Huntsvllle.Ala. are required to appear on Workmanship Guaranlt(
Eustace Lee R., P. McLendon and her guest Graham.school and Bobby 'Jean February 18, 1948 In the above ,
.'- Dempsey Sapp Miss Rebecca Williams named Court and cause, wherein
the Jeanie and Jimmy
Kelly and Mike Shepherd will start Joined Young, Wynn, plalntlf" seeks divorce. Bradford PHONE 79
E. JohnsAgency players at the refreshment hour Davis. Mrs. Oscar Crosby and County Telegraph. shall publish this
: t a, COllege at .the University of
when Mrs. Kite: served a salad Mrs. Berry Dyal assisted in entertaining Order In next tour weekly Issues.
Florida, Monday., Jan. 28. We Witness my hand and official seal
hope these boys much luck with course. Individual calendars made and nerving the young at Starke, Florida. tills January, STARKE TIRE SERVICE
6th, 1946.OFFICIAL.
the attractiveand -
plates even more guests.
Phone IS 8TARKE,\JTTA. their college education. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
t<, ,|fciSJ Mr. and Mrs. Jay Moody and served as"souvenirs of the Slices of the cake and cokes As Clerk of said Court.T. .

'.'.,.. occasion. Recipients of Defense were served" and favors of cups Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. Adjoining Temple Garage -1 Temple AnWKL&
J' family of Jacksonville were for Plf. 1-18 4t 2-8
,.._ here over the weekend.Mr Stamp high; second high and of candles were given. Prizes Atty. -

\. ...,.,. "" and Mrs. M. H. Moody, bingo" prizes at this meetingwere .were awarded In a contest. I.V CIRCUIT COI'RT, BRAIIFORI1
Junior Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Fielding Chapman Mrs.P. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and COINTY, FLORIDA| IN CHAN

,..,,_ntlno THE TRAVELERS. Hartford Albert Moody and small son atr D. Fancher, Sr., and Mrs. C. :daughter, Carolyn, of Rising were William CElt Y. H. Butler Plaintiff 'v...

M. Turney, respectively. i visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jennie Butler, Defendant. Case No.

p_. Ii '_._J_" Norman this week. 4324.ORDER PUBLICATIONAND

: r : RELIGIOUS: PICTURE Thurman Jones has returned to NOTiCE OF TO APPEAR

i I.For.. Safety, Comfort and Economy A 45 minute talking motion picture Homestead after spending a week STATE OF FLORIDA tot Jennie
whose residence and address
.. will be shown Thursday nlte Butler
r. with his son, Eugene, at the homeof .s,: .647 State Street, Watertown. ,
I : FOR COUKTKOCSCOKIIECT February 7, at the Ralford Baptist Eugene's grandparents, Mr. and New Yorkor- Jennie Butler 786 ,,. : ,I
AllAn Street Syracuse, New York. 1 ,
Church at 7:30.: Rev. William ,
Mrs. Norman.Mr. .
:} (;, You are required to appear 'on
Wilson extends en invitation to and Mrs. Willis Broughton February 18. 1M6! In the above
see this picture to all State Farm named Court and cause, wherein
BUS had
I INFORMATION as guests Sunday Mrs. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
: /JA residents.En Broughton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. County Telegraph shall publish this GREATEST m/VTEK. tXPOSfflW

I ", IMrone Phone 117 1 Kitchen of ,Gainesville.. Order In next four weekly Issues.
route from Tallahassee to Witness my band and official seal
their home In Jeanette and Herbert Norman at Starke Florida. this January
Miami. J. A. Bou-
! Ride Florida Rfofor lines( Greyhound Busses vlel', Jr., and his law partner, were visiting In Rising' Tuesday 6th(OFFICIAL, 1946. SEAL A., J. Thomas- ggVON60 5u1tILn"Zg:

Clinton Green, were overnight night. As Clerk of said Court.T. .
I UNION BUS STATION Mr. and Mrs. Edward Normanwere Frank I..andrum, Starke Fla.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bov-
L Atty. for Plf. 1-18 4t 1-8.
I Temple Ave. LACY CONWAY Agent Starke, Fla. vier. in Gainesville Monday.Will :. :

_I__ -- -___.___.-.---.----1 please hand theirnews th
everyone BRADFORD
. During this week Mr. and Mrs.! I v ciHCfiT cornT.
I, fI items to Mrs. Norman 'or CO INTY. FLOHII| IV CHAN-
M. C. Roberts had as visitors *
, leave at the store for Mrs. Nate c..1nY. ?
I Rudolph Payne. Plaintiff vs.
Miss Jewel Roberts and little Lloyd
: Complete I Service Dyal so that,our column will im Bessie Lee Payne Defendant. Case
: ; tLcqt' Linda Sue Tucker of Lake Butler .. No.. 4320 3&ftV5TuC
and Bill Benett Mrs. Odell Cauth- ORDER ,

'I ff .. BATttXtVrv Looks like it's going to be era and Miss Irene Meadows of C C C CCC C C C S S SC STATE ANn NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to B'ssle jrf.S&M
I-. fIlL<< Starke. Lee Payne, whose address Is un-
I' I/ BffMMC a long time yet before and Mrs. Manassa k sown.
Capt. George i
You are required to appear on
__ ,p/ UCHT many of us Ret that new and children. Celia and George, : February 18, 1946, In the above tr

\ ",IPILIICe car we've been waiting for. Jr., of Atlanta.: Georgia came Friday By Mrml Z. Z. Griffin plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce.cause Bradford wherein ;TUES.Ifsi jSAT.FEB..

L'-.5 Therefore, it's more important to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. G. County Telegraph. shall publish this M
a C S C C SC C C S C C C Order In next four weekly Issues. : .
\V \ than ever to let us keep Strlngfellow. Capt. Manassa returned Witness my hand and official seal.

\ your old car in A-I condi to Atlanta Sunday while Mr. and Mra. Sam Clarke were at Starke. Florida, this, January15th

i1r-, tion. Mrs. Manaasa and their children visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eugene 1946.OFFICIAL. .
( SEAL) A, J. Thomas',
remaIned for a longer stay. Grlffls Sunday, As Clerk of said Court.T. .

Certified Lubrication Washing Polishing Mrs. Calvin Williams and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Len Harris of Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla.
1-18 4t8
Atty. for Plf.
Sandra. returned to their Green Cove Springs were visiting

Waxing home in Palatka Wednesday after friends and relatives in this community I V CIRClET COURT- BRADFORD .r LEARNTO

having visited Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Sunday. rOt'NTY. FLORIDA| IN CHAN- ,
I STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS.GARDEN'S Crews since Opal Morrell and Kathleen Ogleof CKKY. -. !
Sunday. They were James I... Maxwell Plaintiff vs. < Fly
accompanied to the Farm by Mr. Starke were visiting Mrs. B.*sl. Flanlgan Maxwell, Defendant -

: SERVICE STATION Williams and Mr. and MI'.. Joe Mathel Green Saturday night. Cane OF No. PUBLICATIONAND 4325. p
: V II. Garden Mgr. Temple Ave. & Call St. Hudson and< family who returned Mrs. Ida. Chase Is visiting her NOTICE TO APPEAR "
i. I to their homes Sunday. sister Mrs. Ollie Rigdon of Jack Flanlgan STATE Maxwell OF FLORIDA whose t6 residenceand : Bessie : under the

Mrs. G. S. Chambers has returned sonville. address Is Rural Rout. No.1,

from Inverness where she was Rev. and Mrs. Harris of Green Wllsonburg West Vlrglala. '

', .4 the -R'Uest"of her mother.". -Mrs.""-. Cove Springs were dinner guestsof February You are required.< 1946, In to the appear abovenamed on G. I. BILL OF RIGHTSat

: REFINEMENT W. J. Ward, for a few days. Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Galney oulr and cause, wherein .
I plaintiff seeks annulment. Bradford
Jw Mr. and Mrs, Roy Bowles of Sunday.Mr. .
bounty Telegraph shall publish this
detail in
MH r.'trnecessary! a Service Mayo are with. E. O. Land this and Mr\. *. C. A. Grlffis are Order. In next four weekly Issues.

;: r available locally and widely known week while Mra. Land Is visiting visiting at the home of Mrs. Witness my hand and official seal
at Starke, Florida this January
for its modest cost its wholesome Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hill in Zephyr. Emma Boree In Jacksonville. Mr. 16th 1946.OFFICIAL.

cpurtesy, and always tactful sympathy. Bores is seriously ill at this writing ( REAL) A. J. Thomas,
,; r. hills.Misses As Clerk of said Court.T. STARKE AIR
Luella and Melveen Davis and we wish for him.a speedy Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla.

: H visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strick. I recovery... Atty. for PIt. 1-18 4t ISriRrriT ,

: I. 't' land in Gainesville and at Lake Ralph Galney is visiting hU i -
; t.:. '. DEWITT C.: JONES Kerr Saturday and Sunday. Mr. uncle Dan Boree.( In a hospital In I" FLOH11IAI COt'RT. BRADFORDC'Ol'NTY' IN CHAN

and ; AMBULANCE SERVICE I. Lee Dodd.. Plaintiff vs.
other children, Joyce and Clifton, Ruthle Ma Dodd., Defendant. Case

; Funeral Director that were time.with relatives In Waldo at Plumber Opens Here No. ORDER 412$. OF PUBLICATION For Information

STAUKB PHONE T Mrs. T. T. FUIyaw, formerly ofAshburn. Edward T. Shull.- who has been STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Ruthle Call Ve S. St..John142

Our local funeral home enables us to Georgia, is now making employed as a plumber with the address Mae Dodds.I. 2130 whose W. 127th residence St. Apt.and

., offer conveniences and services not'r her home with her son-in-law and Post Engineers at Camp Standing 1-W. New York. New York. C
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M.D.. for You are required to appear on or
the past five years has resigned .
otherwise twailable.we February It. t'48, In the above
Toung. Carl Flllyaw of Starke and will conduct a private named Court and cause, wherein

'_ furnish the highest type service at the lowest price. and spent tives. Monday here with his rela- plumbing business from his residence alalntlff Bounty Telegraphshall seeks. divorce.publish Bradford this Maj. Richard G. Kidd A.U.S. 1 R6
at 718 W Lafayette St. Order In next four weekly Issues. ,
I accept ANY life I insurance policy in force, issued by ANY company S-Sgt. Jack Bradley spent Satur- Mr. Shun and his family came to Witness my hand and official seal '
- as payment In part or in full funeraL at Starke. Florida this JanuaryUth.
on a Consultation day night and Sunday with relatives Starke from Lakeland., 194. at Phone 63

carries no obligation. in Jacksonville (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. :J. Thomas,
As Clerk of said Court.
a Mr. and Mr*. R. W. Bfannen Try the DL1RCAFB.: T. Frank Landrum. Stark. Fla.
Atty. for Plf. 1.11 4t 2-1

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11. Facilities At Ice Plant turkey The and goose. IN('.?CIRCUIT!, liTY. FlOHIUAl COURT, BRADFORD CHAN. Order In next four weekly. I.."ti.". I I and her I."t' known addremi In un. (.
40-year-old plant was pur- .:11 Y. sealltetsStR. ke hand and official known and that there la no person, rl 'FIoiACf BRAD A. J. Thomas
chased from Its founder W. L. Elsie Waldner. Plaintiff vs James Florida, this Jan- the State of Florida the service Aa Clerk of laid Court.
Hobert Defendant. nary I 24 il4EAL I'n a Summon In Chancery upon icach II. Douglas, Gainesville. Fla.
With Meat Curing Wall of Starke, January 12 1945. No 4298.Waldner. Cans Aa( P'I ) A. J. Thomaa. would bind such Defendant, Atty. for Pit 1-11 4t 2-1
tanners; by Mr. Coleman of Lake Clerk of old Court. that .hn I* over the age or
City and ORDER OF FUBtJCATION Zach If. nou I.... Jain".vllle, Fin. twenty-one yearn That the Maid -
J. M. Edwards of Starke for a ANI> NOTICE TO APPEAR Atty for Plf. 1.16 4t. -18 Defendant after dlllirent search and iv nnrriT COVET BRADFORD
consideration STATE OF FLORIDA to: Jam. has been rnliNTV. FLOHIUAI I.V CHAN.
Inquiry) beyond the bound-
of -
Le81 boon for Bradford 16-foot square, contains cured about 15000.: Robert Waldnar, whoee residence darlea of the State of Florida. for a C:KIIV.
and livestock meat storage lockers In two sizes, During 1945 the new owners spent and address. la a 1C IS. Cross Street, The NOTICE: TO IIn.0"11' I period of time more than sixty (60) Henry V. Mcfrlda. Plaintiff va.
Baltimore Board of Public Instruction '
farmers approximately Maryland 'daya prior hereto, Ann Me Bride, Defendant. Cue No.
75000-pound capacity 400-pound capacity bins renting $27,000 for Improvements You are required to of Bradford County: Fla., will re- 433*.
i e appear on celve sealed bide i It In therefore ordered that said
on 38-pansenir
facilities Including the new an- February 11, 194S In the above prTBCICATION ,
curing for $2' monthly' or $20 bun body or 1 non-reoldent Defendant Allene Jen.
and at-paenenger bun
:, ice year, I nex, a SO horsepower electric named Court and cause. whereinplaintiff body and chaeeln nette Crowder Hickmanbe and she AND' NOTICE TO APPEAR
Starke complete on or
Cded by the and 800-pound spaces renting for eeeksdivorce. Bradford In- STATE OF FIX>KIUA to: Ann
stand-by engine before Tuesday Feb, e. 1948. at 10 hereby required to appear to the
ft Its plant here at a $4 monthly or 940 annually.The Diesel a 100 horsepower County'lnTe : tafuet :I this o'clock a in. In It. office In the Bill of Complaint filed In said cauneon Mcllrlde, whose residence and address -
engine with generator, new Order Issues county courthouse, at Starke, Brad or before the 23rd day of February la: .9 Kirk Street, Went
Ebout $27,0oleman Ice storage and freezing condensers new Witness" my hand and official ford County Fla. Busses to meet 1848, other wise the alloca Orange, New Jcriey
| manager and co- compartment is 86x23 feet and cooling tower seal at Starke, Florida, tills January all state requirements and regula.tlonn lions of Maid Bill for Divorce will You are required to appear on
and circulators blowers, pipes 8' 1948. and the board reeervea the be taken an confessed by the said February IS. Uf8. In the above
the concern, conductedaph this Is where the plant stores Its valves, and fittings.The (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J, Thomas right to reject any and all bldn. Defendant for her failure to comply named Court and cause, wherein .
As Clerk of said Court. Please with this order herein made plaintiff eeeke divorce. Bradford
on a i cakes of Ice until needed. Fresh mate delivery date In your
Icesplant plant's' Icemaklng capacity H. O.. LTown, Starke Florida. bid. Additional Information may It la further ordered that thin County T.le.rmph shall publish
lne improved I meat Is also frozen in this room Is 11 tons day. Ice Atty. for Pit. 1-11 4t 1-1 be obtained at the office of the order be published once each week thin Order In next four weekly 'U-
I The new 50-foot square for 78 cents per hundred pounds. ing winter months sales dur- county superintendent 1-2B 2t for four connective weeks In the .u'ltn... mr hand and official :

block cold storage and The fourth run about four iv: CIRCUIT; COI-HT, BRADFORD Bradford County Telegraph, a neal at Btarke, .Florida this Jan(07FlCiAL -
compartment of the and Newspaper published In Jtiadford I
one-halt tons ,
dally ( .
four cold Manager Vrif. FLOHIUll IN ('IIAl'I NOTIVIQ
|nnex contains annex is the 16-foot service Coleman stated but CKHY.Addla TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN County Florida SEAL) A. J. Thomas ''I
summer sales
foientsirecst. I I room, from which ice sales Robertson Pint n t Iff. vs. notice In hereby given that Olven under my hand and official Aa Clerk of said Court.
compartment, the are Jump to nearly 30 tons every 24 Ueorire Robertson, Defendant. Case an luardlan of Wlnford F. Klner neal. at my office In the City of William I)>. MorftanK Fifth Floor '
made to drive-In customers.The hours. "In summer have No. f3 08. the undersigned will make applica Stark, Bradford County Florida Clark Building Jackionvllle Flor-
room( Is 22x50 feet we to ORDER OF PUBLICATION eton to County Judge of Bradford thin lard day; of January 1944. ida. Att). for Pit. 1-25 4t 2-15
with adjustablend annex is Insulated with purchase Ice from outside sources AND NOTICE TO APPEAR County Florid., to nell at privatesale SEAL) Cou1'; dr Thomas --
ned $4,000 worth of cork Mr. to meet STATE OF FLORIDA to for cash, Clerk of Circuit Bradford CIRCUIT "
which Coleman our demand he added. : Uaorfra on the 28th day of Florida iv: COITIIT. BRADFORD
rack upon curls Robertson, whoso residence la: % I February, 1946. the following de l County ('O"'TY' rLOHIIl' | IN CIIAN- "
spread. Curing: takes stated and maintains its low tem- The company gives steady employment Southern Railway, Dlnlnir far De- scribed property of said minor to- 1-15 by Uuctlle.4t 2-14.C. Conner D. C. C'KIIV.
of' perature without strain to the to eight workers partment. Atlanta Georgia. wit: The Matt Morgan Farm and Virginia I Martell flutherlln, Plnln- !
days and the price : three You are required to appear on House containing approximately 87 tiff vii. Patrick Mutherlln, l>efen- i
per pound for sugar freezing mechanism. At presentthe plant operators four truck drivers February 11, 1946, In the above acres, of land located at Hlurke. iv: nun'IT, 'OI'UT HIIAIIKI" >IIIf ) dant. Cane loin 414IJOltDKR ,
.3 one-half cents annex contains threefourthsof and a meat curing named Court and aura, wherein ,Florida further described us the 'tU'N'r". FItlltllJ, 1'\1\ ('RAN.: OF PlTMLirATION
two and expert.Sunnybrook plaintiff .....k. divorce Bradford :-0"1of HKV.. & 5n34! of SEVi of 'Kilt.Went '. ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR j
I for white salt curing InLt Its capacity, about 50,000 County Telegraph shall publish. this NKV4\ except 12 acres, to-wlf: com- Calloway Davis Plaintiff v.. BTATH OK FI.OUIPA to: Patrick
salt and labor.at pounds of. Bradford County beef . . Order In next four weekly limuen.WltneHS menclnir at NK corner of rtlSV of France. Stout ppe Uuvln. Dofvndant. I!, Sutherll.i, whose address la un'-
of my hand and official NKi! storage locker section and pork, with a sprinkling of seal. at Starke. Florida this Jan and run Went 282 Feet thence run oitnuit OF PUIIMCATION I You are required to appear on
uary 11, Ufe.UJo'FICIAL Southeast to n point 225 feet Westof AND NOTICR TO Al'PRAH February 25, llHrt\, In the above named
___ ( !HEAL: ) A. J. Thomas Section line on Mouth stile of STATE OF FLORIDA to: France Court and oaune, wherein plaintiff -
As Clerk of said Court KVi of NK4.! th nce Southeast Stouppa Davis, whose residence la seeks divorce. Bradford County
By Mrs. O. E. Crosby Zilch II. Douglas, Ualnenvllle Fla. 860 feet to point. 1211' met from mild. unknown. Telegraph hall publish thin OrderIn
ian (Use More PulpwoodWRITE I I. e . . Atty. for tUf. 1-11 4t 2-1 Sfitlon Line: thence Kant 120 feet You are required to appear on next four weekly IHIHIAH.,
to Section. Line, Thonco North on February 11, I04tl In the above Witness my hand and official
I iv nnciir toiitr. niiAitronii Section line to beginning; All except named Court and cnu n. wherein H..ul nt StHrliv, Florida, this Jan.
TIMBER DI:I'T. Mr. and Mrs C. C. Crosby and ('0' >"rv. FI.UIIII:11,':\- the foll"wlnlCA to-wlt: 3 acres' plaintiff *eekn dlvor(.... Bradford nary 2.1 1948.OFFICIAL .
Mrs Evelyn Crosby were business (:..:1.,'. In NK corner Sl;\t of NE%, Hold County Telegraph shell publlMh 1 thl" ( URAL\ ) A. J. Thomas,
to W, Jf ryan, also except 6 acre Order In next four weekly lenuei.Wltneite An Clerk of aid Court.
visitors Gladys James, Plaintiff, "". Willie
of' America Fcrnandina.
Fin.I to
lontaincr Corp'n. Grandin Saturday.Mr. JumeR, Defendant, Case No. 4JOIS. sold to Mary K.: HnlHlop in HW Cor. my hnnd and official T. Frank I.nndrum, St..rk"L Florida
and Mrs. Otis Crawford and ORDER OK PUBLICATION ner of : (4'orner:+ NliV: and In the seal at tttarke! Florida, this Jan- (Ally, for Plf. / 4t 2-15
Noithwent '
of Nl! 4 of BK1.!
baby of Lake Butler were visiting STATH OK FLORIDA toi Willie Section 27. Twp, 6 S. H 22 E. Con-
Mr. and Mrs. James whose. residence unknown taming In all 64 acres more or lens
C. C. la
Crosby Sun- In Section 27, Twp,, 6 8, It 22 Bait: e a .

I I t I II day .afternoon.Mr. and Mrs.. James Norman and February named You are Court 11 required, and 11)40) cause In to the appear wherein above on I' a L.U. Guardian 4t FHANCRS It. tII of: Winford N' KINKIt. ,Klner.is s Jr

plaintiff geeka divorce Bradford r
son. Jimmy were relatives
visiting County Telegraph shall publish this J
in Jacksonville Saturday Older In next four weekly IMMUON.Witness 'inn Kid n'rii JtHI/111. mini EYEIiYI10DY
my hand and official 'r <'01 II'IIV A\l. FIR P
I I I l l :Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and f
.seal at Starke ,Florida this. Jan- (01NT1 FI.OHIIIt. I ENJOYS EATING
baby spent the week-end with her uary 10 1846. IN C'II ,,KIIV.

parents Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman (OFFICIAL Clerk: of SEAL said )Court A, J. ThomasAs i Flluman Plaintiff.vs. M.lIl..knULn.. ., AT

in Graham. Zuch H Douglas Gainesville, Fla. DIVORCE

W. C. Ward and Mr and, Mrs. Atty for Plf. 1-11 ft1 Allen Jvnnettet'rowder llUkman The PARK CAFE

LeRoy Lovell were business visit- To-The \'nter..1 Defendantnnncit .
County ('ommisundra ; OK PUBMCATION
ors to Jacksonville
Wednesday. ItlMlrlrto.: .! IN THK NAME OP Tllh! !STATEOF :
:Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Oliver and llrnilrord (..Bitt).. FloridaI FLORIDA .
i BeY ( children and Mrs. Bertie Grimesof hereby announce my candidacy TO: Allvne. Jennetta Crowder Hick. .',
( e for County Cotmnlseloner District. man whose residence and address "
--- Tampa spent part of last week No.4. comprising the Voting Prerincts Is unknown. Delicious Regular Meals 1

with Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kelly of Hampton, Orahain, ..ndTheres..a. It appearing by affidavit filed In '
:::=--- subject to the will of the the above stated cause that Allene Healthful Vegetable, Plales ;
and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby. voters in the Democratic Primaries .lennette Crowdor Ill'k lOa II. the Defendant .
Mr. Oliver was also visiting, relatives In 111101' harem' nomad Is n Short Orders :
i If elected to this office I will resident of the State of \' no'I I I
in Whitehouse and Jackson- continue In discharge the duties and thAI her r"Hldi>ffe ,N ,
ville. connected therewith In a fair and
'a manner.
_ A large crowd from here at- Impartial On that promise I earnestly

tended the singing convention in solicit your vote and support.
Respectfully yours,
Starke Sunday afternoon. T. C. Chastaln.
W. C. Ward and Bule Crosby -
atended church at Oak Grove Sun-
SUPRtMt This Is. to certify that the under-
= day.Mr. signed will on the 28th day of
Z and Mrs. J. N. Kelly spent February 1946, apply to the County '

C.R.1H-At"1 .. p sn: = Sunday In Waldo with their son- Judge of Bradford County, Florida, HowWeIIHasGeneral.
... butter -pep. for Final Discharge an Administrator1 -
Melt 4 .. chopped g Coos in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. of the Estate of Lurllne ,

ECIYE' chives,.V6 eat rod ........ Thurman Parrs. Grant, deceased .
minced ,
whlectabntel.t HARRY H, WHEATLEY.
is Lake
cups Mrs. William Crosby in
teaspoons .t cltogDed dd 2 1-2 64t Z-1& Administrator
t/4 cup OCcastonau4'on 'WorcesterIblre Shore Hospital In Lake City where -

pert,pol6utea stlrt1nl -\th..t pepper she underwent. a major operation IN CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD

five : and ,lIea.son of nv.tn\el. ..nn-IIa\t.aehed...ds ...,.. recently. We are glad to report COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAN.CRKY. Electric Met !

sauce, a. pinCh .int t Serve on that she Is rapidly Improving. Virgil William Bouknight, Plaintiff -

Wye n boilin6Dto y..nd pelt biscuitS Eddie Norman and son, Herbert vs.. Charlotte 13. Houknl.hl.l .
taste hot > Case No 4347.
Ruastan DuC spot 4. of Graham were dinner guests of ORDER OH1 PURLICATION .l'' .
Ipooal kaegJA7 8 setVel AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 1
p et. his mother Mrs Ebble Norman
Trench STATE OF FIADHIDA to: Charlotte -
little IIpal1L\11\1 Ys \ Thursday. H. llouknight, whose residence ?
'W\tllI01den for this Is 2159! N. Quebec Street, Arlington, These Objectives
platted tg00Ts hraseoethTlattda! send . . Virginia.
JAR Sus You are required to appear on ,
gas tonal 1f'Pub1ia'hec1 February 25. 1944. In the above named
tll-lIte.teJn1ltlni regecipe sl1lgestlon. Lake Court and cause wherein plaintiff -
leglona' for its use. Kingsley seeks divorce. Bradford County
US your wi1\be p std Telegraph' this Order .
; In next four weedy Issues
.aclpe Edltot JFlottda. Witness hand and official seal.
. my
c1dtllll: rt.c1LlOnv\\1I1"! i e e at Btarke, Florida, this January 14,
; ,
trig Cot\\'Pa.n'1. Miss Grace Hawks of Jacksonville 1A4A(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. ,
t td tt was the week-end guest of As Clerk of said Court. HIGHER LOWEll FAIR
Zach H. Douglas, Gainesville. Fla.
Broward Strickland.
and Mrs.
Mr. Atty .for Plf. 1-2S 4t. 2-15
Gene Strickland of Kingsley
Lake visited Sonny Tenely of iv cinrriT (COCRT BRADFORD WAGES PRICES PROJITS
Starke several days this past .
Helen P. Hurst Plaintiff V.... DanielN. .
week. -
Hurst. Defendant. Case No.. 4348.
The Winsome Class of the Baptist ORDER OF PUBLICATION lIere's how General Electric's G.E. h.u an obligation to a G. E. during the war earned

Church held Its monthly meet- STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPKA.U to: DanielN. Increased production and et. second group or people-the 4.7. on each dollar or tales.Eciency .

ing with Mrs. T. L. Saunders last Hurst Whose residence la un have affected/ G-E public.The public wants lmOf this 4.U was paid to its

9 gi I If Friday night. known.You are requl.d to appear on workers. Average hourly provedprooucta.tlalrprlcea. more then 200.000 .tock.

Friends of Mrs. Broward Strick- February 25. 1918. In the above earnings for men,not lllclud"More goods for more peaholders and the remaining."" .

land wil be glad to hear that she named plaintiff Court seeks and divorce.cause,Bradford wherein inll overtime pay have !rODe pIe at lees coet'-G.Esoal tenths of a cent on each dol.

Is home after undergoing a nose County Telegraph. shall publish this up as follows: -ia not a part- lme _Ip. lar was retained In the bus!-

: operation in Jacksonville Monday. mente It Is a job for manlllr8nesa to .uiat In carrying on

leaEa = Jimmy Long.is back an after old resident serving of in Be Quick TreatBronchi6s 1936_...___...__.___ $ .73 mentand workeralikell a.E. and expandlnllta operations.Is .
e Kingsley, to keep growing keep rals AU money earned ever tbia ,
His wife is
the Army Air In Corps.the Army Nurse 1937.._..... ..... .81 In,wSlell.keep making more 4.7. wu turned back to the
a 1st Lt for workers. G.E COllt1938. '
jobs more U. 8. Government. -
but to be discharged
1 a Corps hopes going to make .__......... .87 A few ftgurl1ll show typical saving methods had made
soon. They are Chronic bronchitis may develop If price decreases: war good for 1 lees money than
1 their home here.A cough chest cold,or acute bron- ,
farewell party was given at chitis Is not treated and you cannot 1939.-. ; ... ,-- .86 tho Government expected., :

and the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. afford to takeachance with any medicine Refrigerator I These dividend have been

Mrs. lesa potent than Creomulslon 1940,__ .85 declared perehan of commoar
for Capt. and W-
Greene recently of the
which goes right to the seat 1935.$199.00 '
Roger Poole. They held open trouble to help loosen and expel germ (' stock since 1936 .".

house for all their friends. Capt. laden phlegm and aid nature to 1941._-._ .89 1941- -... 129.95 I
Beer = transferred to Ft. soothe and heal raw.tender,Inflamed

Poole has been bronchial mucous membranes. 1942-------, .95 Lamp 1936.---..- -.._. $1.50
Benning Ga, Creomulslon blends beechwood

Delicious \ re creosote special processwlth other 1935.---w.. .15 1931... 2.20
Jot cougba.: 105 .
time tested medicines : 1943---
Try the DIXIE CAFE.IT It contains no narcotics. 1945.-- :.. .10

\ appetixing No matter hew many medicines cnUSTAX) 1938-- .90
together BHl>KOnnFLOHIIIAI 1944.-.. ._. 109
1 \ sells.rabmeat I" { ln ( OI HT. you have tried tell your druggist to Transformer
Wonderful! and deltctousJavoiites\ COI'vTY, Iv CIItN- sell you a bottle of Creomulslon with 1939 -. 1.40 '

Supreme ; 01 CERY.Tnseph R.. Downs, Jr. pI..lnllf'" ".. the understanding you must like the .1945 (Sept.) _. 1.09 1935.,* ..,-.. 76.32
the cough
( H..t< twO cometrue Maxine Mlltnn Downs, Defendant. way muting It quickly rest and allays sleep, or you are per-to 1941--. 69.30 1940...... .:-.- 1.84 i
J 18X\ they Care No.FJ30rip back (Adv.) I IO
lying 'Yes, ) : ptrnLT"AorTONANO have your mouey 1941.-.
rllme G-E work"
\ greatness flavorful NOTfK: TO APPEAR pay gave Motor :
regional\ these, STATE: OF FLORIDA to: MaxIn.Mlltnn ers mon on top of'his. G.E. ,
other, en1oymltnt. Down whose r.aldenra. **: 1935 --- ... 12.80. 19421.40
each \ Ama- haamadeJobdornearl"three !
element\ more mealtime 1210 North Flllmore Strait timeaasmany.61,78lwotked 1941...... -- 8.50
rllin Texas '
that Yon are required tf) appear -
delights\ F..hru..rY II, 1944. In the abovenamed for G.E.dine yean alO. Radio

Court and cause, wh.reinnlnlntlff In 1945 an avenge 01145.- 1944 1.40
t"ere's df..rd _
JAX ....k" "Ivnr" Br 1935.-- 47.50 -- -
n"hU"h thl. 000 had jolts at G.E. and at ?
olden\ "...
( .nly nestnfnlrh .. ...
\ g meal' weekly I" 1941. 27.95 1945. 1.60
Witr} spar\\ing\ a\>out a Order Wltneec In my hind and "fflclal mud higher pay. _... .

always, something" special, particu\ar\Y\ \ to seal nary "I 10 M..rk.1910.OFFICIAL. Florida thus J.n- LZt E V4L 4G .

brewed SFAr.1 A J. Thomas
(fine beer b outneat SO A.( Clerk nf said Mort.Zarh GENERAL ELECTRIC'S OBJECTIVE has been to keep prices moving i
This S ...
= tastes 0'' the restfulU H.p."lfl.for Nt.Iv Oalnel iu eft 2t downward, keep wages going up and to earn a fair profit. This calls for
the Atty.
: please\ mellow, tan9yf volume production more efficient work and methods. With the help of t
old IT roi HT. It" IOFORDCorvTY ;
it's\ .1"1' ", 1111 rtOMIIlil 1t'I1': every single employee, General Electric believes it can show our country, ;

Enjoy JAY. today 'f'R": .1'I..n'' Plal-tlf, s. 1'1.1.' as it did in wartime an example of American enterprise at its best. '

HBJKrffi. '"..T14101.

OF FLORIDA tol! Susie, .

Say JAX! genii whore =rs11r., .d Soaaopear on
you t and roes GENERAL ELECTRIC
I Court R r a dford"i.k _
= divorce. thl... 1
plaintiff : n'h'
itiaytricrf \ = .
Monty next four,w eWitneea ..kl. I......... PIIAIti11r1CISTPhone .
Order In hand .and nfftolalseal '
BREWING COMPANYJacksonville my. Florida this .Ian STARKE
at IIt".1< 61 -

Sort iAVI.J''L'' A. J- Thomas Service ,
On- -
f 1 1 Court.Zach
a.Clerk <
Fla. ; FAUY. 1
". Dn1lalas. Oalnel,4lslt, : ; J

for I'lf. -- yr. J. 1:. L.'y.." .. r.d .. T OJ r 't.n. ssvr c rlsiwa.lar9eer5evat

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. mORT" building of way 200 feet wide will be reserved ORDER OF pirn
FOR quarterdtoon Road Twin{ from any parcel through AND NOTICE TO LICATI'"
living Inj there Is an existing State, APP&4
Hide city limit. D. O. Kelly land In composite CronltnTCarter FLOIUDA I l
Road and as to
I CLASSIFIED ADS ThompHon St. "y more, title whut. br,
e tracts of 10 acres or address la 133 "' ""|
I Items all petroleum and Coming
Local to one-half of l.nton. 8tr ',tJ
with gold FOR BAside! of rWellerdStlllHouee three-fourths of other minerals will Street CharU-ton.X J""4 1
pencil "
reserved. "
kinds -
all C1'1
of req.
MATTRESSES Coca- old, good con Tou are
who spoke to me and Finder please return to about three years Description: requlrad lo
OTIC'l'o you upholstered cap.
and MissMirjorle an Horst ; Drop ue a
HIM Marjorie retlnlahed' See "d .lauim hwhe'I
wantoyour paean tree ..raUed.It' MATTRESS CO., Box arrange term. to right party. by land of S. J. Temple I B! by Fla.H .
Lodzen kl of WashUig- .. time now to do that work andIt Fla. tf SALE-PracticallY new home, Jon. I!:. Wilson ZOO Call St. R., S &: W by S. J. Temple In tiff eeeka divorce nltd
when the nap S30, Palatk FOR desirable Sec. 21. Twp II S, R of Maiden Name. BrSSf naTelegraph
last week with will be too lat. f 3 bedroom NEVi of NE%,
.... D. C.;, spent well '
rises. James John.on and J l>- focauon. lot eOxZlO, reasonable RENT-Nice furnished cottage E. han p.iblh.h'Sj4tSarke. .
Miaa Ruby Silcox While here "P Write FOR electricity, TRUSTEES OF THE INTERNAL In neat four weekly ,W
111"1(11. I ea.y term flex *. 2 to 8 rooms mule Wltne.. INtopa
Silver Springs and call No. 1. running water farm land IMPROVEMENT! FUND OF THE And
tteyviaitnd 8V4year 728 or Florida Off1tlll
FOR SALE -Oood farm mute 30 ROOMS and farm Implements If desired. STATE OF FLORIDA.BY t.
Cher- point of interest old weight DUO pound, dee house with L. B. Jordan, Rte. 2, Box : A. J. THOMAS Agent Trustee Jab
Brown, former Reddish, Kte 2, flux 113 near FOR SALE T room Cheap. of old highway 48 I. I. Fund Bradford, County, (OFFICIAL
Vrlend of Jay Ury H.llbronn Hprlnim. 2-1 8tp'HvSEPr CABINS ANDKITCHENETTES lights, water, bath; also garage lot. 394 to right dairy. 8-1 Stp !; Aa Clerk of Paid LCourtt. J.TMT
Neweom's 1t
resident of Starkej will regret to buslnea building Near Frank Landrum

hwn that he died on Tuesday, In oftlce.: can Located limit. $1700 on Ralford caah. road E. E.at Green city LOST-Black leather wallet with IN C'RCVrr'COtlR..... BRADFORD Atty. for Pit. _, Stark 1.1, M

Jam 22, at hill Itome in Plant City.' W. Anderunn Kt.. I, Box IT, Starke. 1-2S UP initials ASJ, In Florida Theatreor COUNTY FLORIDA lit CHANCERY. -'
Ifo is survived by his widow and, Jr.. Bo& Ill, UP Gas Heat Gas Cooking unfur- vicinity on Jan. 23. to Pleasereturn Tele YOU ARK NEEDED J'
FOR l'\ENT-Nlce' 4-room wallet and papers Hester Mae Creech Carter, Plaintiff, CHAMBER OF -
a daughter, Mrs. Jay Archer, of ;8ALE----Iereey Ouerneey milk LightsCompletely nlehed collage for rent Feb. 10th. graph office I and keep money. It v.. CecilCronlln Carter. el.ndant.Ca. JOIN
Clone In. See W. M. .. 43114..
Vtat City., I, c..w.Fla. H.\ B. WlsslnOl 11at114tttD Furnished 1-ZS ftp FOR RENT-Apartment, furniahe1e No.
Mrs. E. S. Mathews returned Call Phone 99
1 upright piano BUY hou e" for ca hAitorn*
she Small WILL
Tkaeaday from Orlando where FOR SALE- con- Nollman, JOI _Thoroughbred pigeons,
new, firm class al W. H. FOR SALE
i J vUted her aon-tn-law and daughter dition.practically|3Zt.. Call at Ifradford ito Book A Room Ahead Madlaon St., Starke. Fla. It half prtca. B. I*. Howland. 780 Lafayette ItO- EVERY BRANCH OFn'durancte

; Dr..and Mrs. H. B. McLendon. HOUH-. For. Wife Or Parent.LARRY'S Furnished apartment, St.
She was accompanied home by FOR IMMEDIATE! BALK Small. private bath and every conven- FOR SALmNarcl..I, reasonable.
Mr. :Matthews who had attended! old established cafe and beer pain fence. Cloee tn, excellent location Mre. J. H. Fields. lip

hearings of the State, 'Railroad Btarke lor In. Doing prominent good location local, bust-and PLACE I Starke: Fla.201 Went Madison St.** FOR RENT-2 2-rom apartmentswith
from )
be operated bathe Across !
Commission in. Tampa. will flees provide and can Independent living, 1000 Feet From B Gate ROOMING HOUSE FOR SALE! partly -, USO. private Phone a or 64' Itp, ,
Mrs O. C, Livingston of Tampa for 'fIIple.-N. I>. Walnwrlght LAKE furnlHhed. C.II.t Bradford I .
h spending .thin;. week here with Jr, 131 E. Call St, Phone lip KINGSLEY louse. *Ip FOR SALE-O'ne house I-wheel trailer cloBed-ln'and one

friends, MM.. A.. A. Durden, Mrs. or 102( cow marked house trailer,car.one J. W. Jordan, Jordan's

J. M.:: Mitchell' a ct-'Mlas' Lucile Iletrexs'VturrTsltteeratlone or on m Navy am- WILT. .TUB! ,person who. containing tooV the with anrXrIt found notify Starke Hotel Court.. Itp
Mitchell.\ 'niilta. ,.. irnndwu ladles wallet and receipts ,Model Dairy. ., Itt. 2. Box 299 NOTICE:
sailor I SIII'ioNaY gloves green 1-25 atp
to ".., Apply Unl- from the Florida Theatre Wednesday January 29, 1948
Mrs. Frieda Deudon'returned fiiiniM, Walnut & St. John, Oreen night of lant week, -pleaaa I BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA H. C. Wall AgencyConstant
Starke Monday and;win'be a guest! (*eve tlllrlnK.. Itp keep money and return puree to, FOR SAL.K-Three used market.beds com- NOTICE! IS HEREBY GIVEN thatpursuant
home before this office 'No'questlone. asked ,lete, Inquire Martin's to Section 9 of Chapter ,
in the John Uglow trailer with 1-25 2tp of
house Itp Florida Acts
I FOIt SALm 18296, Laws of
returning to her ,home in Elgin IIro... (,Ilatom fair cllndl.I with 1937, known as the MURPHY ACT '
in< uir= CurB' LOST Yellow Jersey cow land'In P
I neanonabio. | described
m. She spent thepast several I f'ola(lIn. pluntFOR Ito FOU RINT--one! house and three horn sawed off to 4 Inches lonff. the following County, Florida, will be Service Over 50 Years
w lENT Clean, 'B5ft'J' reaiionable. Inquire Coca-Cola No brand. Has TB lag In ear. |10 and bent cash bid,
J"rtenbur& housekeeping room. 101 f'J plant. Itp reward If notify W. T. Brannen. for subject the highest to the right of the Trustees Please Phone 146
Dr. and Mrs. W B, Park haveas \ ene Ht. Lawtey Fla. of the Internal Improvement
SALE Bird dog, Rip-Rap and all bids., at
their guests at Kingsley Lake roll BALK-t 6-room house com- pointer I months, ,half-trained. FOR SALE:-mi Dodge cab over 1931Interll'ILtionat the Fund Court to reject House any, beglnlng at 10:00 I
Mrs. Dameron furnished with electric beat from car. $10. engine stake body truck and of
their daughter, pletely hot Will hunt body truck at o clock A. M., on the 4th., day
Black and her son, Dameron III. rlverator water heater, a3dadjolning lots Owen Fla. B tinker, Keystone Holghta 1-26 tip, OPA ceiling take prices Quigley & March 194S, Easement fur road right

.T Jacksonville, and their son, T.

& Hogsed,'CBM. who baa recently -

returned to the States after TYPEWRITERand ,
Barring at Pearl Harbor, and Is OFFICE MACHINE

oar on leave. REPAIR WORK .;' ; "
,. : ,
The Rev. and Mrs. W. J. : : : _\ :

In Miami this .
Onrchwell: were QUICK SERVICEGuaranteed '
.. ', .
I WMfc to attend the 'graduation of : ;
Work : '
their son-in-law and daughter, who '

.ncfved mm' the, ttelr.Muter'a University' of- Degrees Miami. Apply-"Baker" : President

school They: ?both ystenit teach. in the Miami 333. W. Call St.- A Letter to the

Friends of Edwin' Perkins* will FOIL SALE-1 T-room with tiouxe elettrlu"cotnlilwtely ,rfrlgerator ..>.. .

regret to learn that he U a patl- furnished, gas range,* heater and .,
_t In St. Luke'tt''Hospital! \ In: hot water heaters I*. O.'U"x"348'"
Jacksonville were hd 'was taken or apply 311)8. Church 8t Stark:! tfWANTKI

Tuesday following a nose hemor- : of the United States

absge. He has had several Injection i >,-Man with home and. ,
lot. Apply WaehIncton
of glucose and blood jiluw tu 81 i plow:,'a blocks up went of Ilrad- \
transfusions.UL. ford iHhrl1 SchooL Mr. UiUee ROHM, .
tf14OUSS a. .
.and Mrs Joe Devtin spent "
Monday in Gainesville. FOR RKNT!: -Clone In, wood ."' ', '
.... Sara II:.. Barefoot, I who La location, reasonable. Inquire Coca- .
It ',. .
Oola plant. = ,
commercial at
student Maiaey'absaineM '
College In,Jack onvtll.af. *, FOrt SAl. ._CompUto. furnl hluBof I .'.. \., .. 'rur.
two bedrooms and kltcheavin- ... .. ,t. 6I
..- :.the week-end here wltIe'her i' : ;'I
eluding caii.itove. automatic gas ::14 I. I n .1. "'1i N
.greats,Mr. and Mr*. p,,>C Bareo i dw+ter heater and r tt\g\ riLittr: all A straight-time f
"+ 'know collective'bargaining: :nego- would; rafca such:average pa
$a eaceuetrtr oondltkui.Apply January 18, 1946 Aft Sod' ,;
I. .
r' JIM : ; placinfiSuch pay
,fir and. BIrfiMunsen, and.son, 1tgQll' tlatit n&with the' Union broke'dowhit' to $1.29n' .

I red. and Miss Genevtev,.TafbeUGBaca. -iJ:! 'Unf irrnlehed rooma lion. Harry S. TrumanPresideht White House! tye terday' afternot.- bcdausA: the.hlghelt. totitvyMn alt American industry

I tft Y..
.imt* of' Mr. and- 1.fra. J". M. The White HoilseWashington. pdsKibh tHat a country-wide steel strike our offer of si 15 cent increase, the

Barefoot and daughter 3ra.JoiIJ.q LIST TOint FARM. ''CITYiAJirn D.;'C.. \1: 1 2t'rfy" irtusfitake'place,,lunless stepl"'vworktrs. are average weekly take-home pay of our steel

Tarbcll will bei r.m mb.feJ?*", arjsmcsa....8D-PKBTV_ ;:'.L._' ::__ i'..i S. ';'' .. .:..lhlirltDear : *\i1htedta'general 'wage, increase' pf' 19 Wcehtsan workers'for a'forty-hour week would amountto

t.' .--e.: Stt4DJ.IieRiong'a raljevlngSflvernair Mr. President ( hoUr. Our. offer 'oP'a' -.gejincrease, $3130;; 'assumblg+;thatno, overtime w 1
.... and lived at the :
I Barefoot ,home ..whUe I "JV :u.A fi,- of -cents-art'hdUr'was' again*rej- ttted-'by volved.'.?This:iffgureafa'on1y$4.54' : less than
bel'tttr. .
] .. 'ELLC ltileatESTATm the Union. the actual weekly earnings of these
I Jahii XL,Brandon i of Betb. 'I','S* .,S..# OU'.. Your proposal to me in Washington last average in the last
C, With Glen and iWIU .Meekio< fOadsden r .. that the demand of the United employees including overtime,
.e.-err.r.p.ety. evening
County,tft,Q.,epent. Mory n.... .*...m. .( H.-V.-Hae grads aver Steelworkers of America-CIO wage be settled on The Union threatened to go ahead with full war year of 1944, when the average

night here with their friends, A_ Bar***tm. all ever. Ile its program for a national steel strike at work week was 46.1 hours. The differenceis
basis of increase of 18 V4 centsan
Me. and ,Mr, T, N. Kendrick. WvrM..rw .... Itatlaav the a wage midnight next Sunday, although such a really less, because we will undoubtedly
Eo A.STROUT REALTY AGENCI'Represented hour, retroactive to January 1, 1946, can-
They were on a tour of Florida.W.C.T.U. strike will be a clear violation of the no- continue to have overtime in the future
locally By not, I regret to say, be accepted by the time. IB
have at the present
labor just we
in as
strike provision contained our con-
F. C. IIOULING8WORTII United States Steel Corporation for the. rea. to our
" 116 So..Walnut St.L.OHT .,, sons set forth below. tracts with the Union, which 'continue by November, 1945- overtime premiums
their terms until..October 15, 1946. $ steel workers'aggregated more than $1;
.. in weekly
of $4.54
itlack billfold containingdrivers ; 300,000. Such 'reduction
TOTAL ABSTAINERS STATE! valuable As must be aware proposal is of
license and other you your take-home is the natural consequence
papers. In name of Leonardlief.- From the outset, we have recognized how pay
FACTS almost equivalent to granting in full the and
flu Finder pleaae return to 14 steel strike will be to reconver- a shorter work week of forty hours,
W Pratt St.: and receive. reward. Union's revised demand of a wage increaseof injurious a
i "Lam a total atmtaln from *tp 19 H cents an hour, which was advancedby sion and to the economy of this whole) coun. therefore one of lower .production.

JcohoMo Uquora. I always felt FOR BALE-S-room mndrn*heaee. the try. Most industries are dependent upon a
Philip Murray President of the
1 had a.better use for my brain Iniiulre' at 300 Temple Ave. Itp supply of steel for their continued opera-. Much as we desire to avoid a steel strike
ihaa to poison! it.wljh alcohol.Te .. Union, at our collective bargaining conference this
both on
FOR RRNT-Apartment, 321 ChurchA tions. We have done everything reasonably we cannot'overlook the; effect
with 'the Union in New York a'week
> put alcohol In the human Madison Bt., Inquire at 300 Tempi and
brain la like putting sand In the Av... Itp ago today. In our opinion, there is no just within our power to avert such a strike. If Corporation and on our customers the U"t'

bearings of an mgtna." FOR SALE One pulpwood aw basis from any point of view for a wage in- a strike occurs, the responsibility. rests with American business in general, of have

L (THOMAS A. EDISON). I I Thompson with new. St.saw. I>. U. Kelly. lip 114 crease to our steel workers of the large size 'the Union cent an hour Such wage increase increase which must you resultin

have proposed which if put into effect proposed. a wage
you have previously -
is certain to result in great financial harm When the Government at the eleventh higher prices for steel than Govern'ment.

not only to this Corporation but also to'.users hour informed us about a week ago of its ) been proposed to us'' by the follow -

of steel in general. willingness to sanction an increase in steel Great financial harm would soon w-

No winter ceiling prices, we at once resumed collective for all users of steel who would be steel
more obliged to higher prices for their
As I have tried to make clear to you and bargaining negotiations with the Union. pay and SIB
Such price action by the Government was a higher wages to their employees,
other Government officials
during subject -
our con-
colds for this have the prices for their own products
ferences in Washington over the past few recognition by it of the right of the steel and unjustified
to OPA control. Such' a high
days, there is a limit in the extent to which industry to receive price relief because of well spell financial

wise housewife! the Union wage demands can be met by us. past heavy increases in costs, something disaster,wage for scale might of the smaller steel
which the steel industry for many months many
We reached that limit when we raised our of steel
has unsuccessfully sought to establish with companies and for a large number
offer to the Union last Friday from a wage fabricators and The nation need(
increase of 12% cents an hour to 'one of 15 OPA. processors. Increased
the ., of .
,output Shesecompanies,:
cents an hour. This would constitute the companies -
I should like again to point out wages and.increased price s which force
highest single wage increase ever made by some per- result in irreparable
of business
out only
our steel-making subsidiaries. Our offer of tinent facts relative to the wages of our American people--
to the
15 cents was equivalent to meeting 60 per- steel workers. -

1 cent of the Union's original excessive de-

mand of a $2 a day general wage increase. Since January, 1941, the average straight- In our judgment, it; IB distinctly the in''in the

t Our offer met 75 percent of the Union's time hourly pay without overtime, of our public interest to take into account of III

: final proposal of a wage increase of 19H steel workers has increased more than the jurious effect upon American industry in'
cents an hour. A wage increase of 15 cents 33 percent increase in the cost of living dur- unjustified. wage increase in the

an hour, such as we offered, would Increase ing that period recently computed by Government dustry.

THIS housewife has found that the direct labor coats of our manufacturing authorities. Steel workers' wages of

i preventing; colds Is far wiser than subsidiaries by approximately $60,000.000 a have kept pace With increased living costs. After a full and careful consideration conclusion

,.15 curing: them. She keeps up her does. That is a most substantial sum and Such average straight-time pay in our steel- your proposal, we have reached the

resistance by omitting the weekly not take into account the higher costs producing subsidiaries was $1.14 an' hour in above stated.Respectfully,

:' washday sessions in the dark, we shall have to pay for purchased goods each of the months of September, October

"" damp washhouse where lurking and services, when large wage increases generally and November, 1945 excluding any over- yours,

,, germs formerly found her an easy )) become effective throughout American time premium and any amount for correc-

ictim. Now she sends her laundry industry, as is inevitable after a sub- tion of possible) wage inequities. An increaseof BENJAMIN F. FAIRLESS,

to us and uses her time on stational increase in steel wages. 15 cents, in accordance with our offer President United States Steel Corporate

other, less injurious household ,.'

tasks or in winter social activities. /

\: cow she enjoys washdays!

Phone 28 for Free Pick-Up

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United States Steel Corporation.f4JE.


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