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 8, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02841
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Closes Operation Here Legion KeystoneAn Post FormedAt Morris Raybin, Spirited ,Contest LoomsIn

1475,000 Men organization meeting was
Found Dead.
Serving ;
r held at Keystone Heights by an

enthusiastic group of World WarI Representative RaceCandidates

USO, which closed here I and U veterans, Friday, Feb. 1 In LakelandThe

31, played host to ap I Capt. Adkins for the purpose of organizing anew i
1.475,000 members of American Legion post.
,rmed tely Forces during 59i Tells RotariansOf The meeting was attended by; body of Morris Milton Roberts Enters

i of service, according to Nazi the District Commander from Raybin, 51, former resident of
lizubeth Hornick,' director. CampsA Daytona Beach, who carried the Starke, was found Thursday morning -j----------------- r
was more post : back Jan. 31 in ; Near DeadlineIn
attendance grisly picture of brutalities application with him. a fas-filled room ___ %
,000 during the period of practiced within the Nazi prison Temporary officers were elected at 418 'South Florida Avenue
Handing's peak activity to fill all posts and the next meeting Lakeland where he had lived(
camps at Buchenwald and Dachauwas spite of a prediction In the
month of' will be held Friday, Feb. 8 at since fnterests hereabout
typical zH
the given to members of the Ro I months
g Telegraph last week
.15, the men spent $2,525 I' tary Club Wednesday by Capt. 8 p. m. and each 2nd and 4th four ego. e that N. D.

snack bar, and 'enjoyed A. Z. Adkins, Jr., formerly of the Friday thereafter. Death apparently had been caus Wainwright, Jr..:, would receive the ,

|un and entertainment un- hard-hitting 80th Infantry Dlvi- All comrades and veterans are ed by accidental asphyxiation,, nomination' as.f''Representative, to

leadership of four prcfesind slon, and now on terminal leave invited to meet with the group with gas pouring from the open the State' Legislature from Bradford .
118 volunteer workers. next time. end. of a hose which had become( without
from the Army at his home in \ County opposition, a
8033 was present at Starke. disconnected from a small gas
of last-minute
qualification by J. P.
jup sessions, and 2,845: re- Warning repeatedly that the heater In the room. Occupantsof Roberta at five minutes to 12 on I
service.. Lex Green Enters the house smelled\ fan and Informed
Information I Oeiman people must be carefully;: Friday turned the matter Into
building opened Its doors watched for years to come, Capt.. operator, Ralph what will undoubtedly prove to ;
ry 1, 1911, Prior to that Adkins urged his listeners to do \VoodssJwho forced his way Into be a spirited two-man campaign. '
ring construction, the or- what they could to help convince. Senate RaceFulfilling window.Raybln's room through a Mr. Roberts, operator of the J.

m was temporarily housed Congress that the Nation must Jus 1'. Roberta Motors and Firestone
Woman's Club. Since not follow the pattern of relaxed Following an Investigation, '
distributor in Starke is a lifelong
the oft-heard prediction tice of the Peace J. R. Clements
It has been under preparedness that led from World 1
1945, ( resident of Bradford County
that he would soon reenterthe said he would rule death acci a L
of the YWCA the War I to World War II. Is
and known
eratlon widely the
field of politics Lex: Green of dental since a thorbugh Investigation among :
il 1 Jewish Welfare BoardNational "Now that the fighting Is over Starke former Congressman and of Raybtn's background and Roberts merchants, business men and I
Catholic Corn- there is a tendency to ease and
up candidate fore I recent conduct failed to( reveal any Wainwright farmers of thU county. He has)
Services. forget" Capt. Adkins stated, "but been engaged in the mercantile
Governor in 1944, I If reason for self-destruction. It
be- no man who saw the starved and automobile business in
La's USO, the f qualified at the' was entirely possible, he said,
wlll be long appreciated, bodies and haunted eyes of the { eleventh hour of that the hose had been accidentally Sternberg Sells Store Brooker and Starke for many
Ijr for its services to mill- prisoners In Buckenwald prisoncan -. the February 1 \ knocked off Its connecUon at Clothing years, lives In Brooker Is a member I
ever forget. of the Christian Church, and I
en, but as well for Its acti- "' deadline as a the stove.:
soldiers' wives and The 80th Division, with which Mr was educated !in the county I
mong h candidate fore In September Raybin soldhis To Robbins Bros of Gainesville
Adkins suffered school
the Capt. fought,
T The "U-Say-So, United States mercantile business (The Star ,. ,
s weekly\ newspaper, prov- 23,000 casualties (more than 200 t' ? Senator from Store and home In Starke and I In making his announcement as

cessful and practical Mrs. percent) during the nine monthsof Florida moved to Lakeland where he operated Transfer of Sternberg'g dry ployed and at one time or another a candidate for the Legislaturehe

< stated and such regulars its European campaigns- Already in the a small doting establish- I goods store to the Robbins broth- all members of the Stern- stated:

as the Newcomers' Coke Northern France, the Ardennes r race were ex-: ment on Pine Street.. He was In era of Gainesville, was announced :berg family-Mrs. Steinberg sons "'If elected I will go to Tallahassee '

Knitting and Crafts, the the Rhineland, and Central Eu Gover nor Spea- good financial condition and there this week. The change in own- Ben and Sam daughters Lillian with a free and open mind, I

n's Play Period, and out- rope. It was this outfit's privilege lard L. Holland was apparently (to motive for ership comes after 33 years of and Ruth-had a part In manage with no axes to grind and hatredfor

Kingsley Lake were like to liberate Buchenwald (meet and Mrs. Polly Rose Balfe of Fort suicide.. service during which time Nat ment and sales no one. I cannot at this time

elcomed. ing no resistance) and It was here Lauderdale. A fourth entry I* He was born in,1 Bridgeton, N. Sternberg believes, the businesswas Nat Sternbeig's advertising! feature anticipate or mention all the

ied with regard to the act that Capt. Adkins saw the lampshades Henry M. Burch, Orlando real J, and had lived in Starke about never closed on a working "Nat Sez," which 'offered things that I will be called upon

soldier's mall dispatched made of human skin In the estate broker. They will competefor eight years, building his business humorous and philosophic observation : to vote on a* .a member of the

le USO, Mrs. Hornick estiit luxurious quarters of Nazi of the,, seat left vacant by the from the original "hole-In-the day.In making the announcement of an Individual ,and ,popular House, but as the various, measures

as "a bushel basketful",, ficers. The wife of the prison resignation of Senator Charles O. wall" establishment to one.whose Mr Sternberg declared "the first character was carried In the come up for p..aaJ will

commandant was a collector of Andrews. stock was valued at between ten 33 year were the hardest, and Telegraph for more than ID years. lend a sympathetic ear to the
articles made from the skin of and thousand dollars. He The Sternberg will maintain cltlsen and taxpayers of Brad-
rtments within the build- Green recently opened law offices twenty I'm loath to start the next 33,
luded the library of 300 prisoners who had unusual tattoo In tStarke in partnershipwith was unmarried and was of a quiet adding that he had for some time their residence In Starke. ford County. Since It Is 1 the people .,i

s, the reading room snackunge marks. Capt. Adkins stated. his brother, Floyd Green. and retiring'disposition. been desirous of finding prospective Active management of the store that will have to elect me, I
and auditorium., Ian The frightful skln-and-bones Investigating officers In Lakeland owners who would carryon will be conducted by Alex and shall in making my decision rely

in crafts, game.-bb condition of.the starving'prisoners state that a chair'was found the business with the high standard Irvin Robbins It was stated that upon the respects and wishes of

and outdoor-and,mass enaunt was' unbelievable, the speaker R. R. Commission propped against the door.from the of the past. He asserts confidence the latter served, prior to recent the majority of the people of this

such U' binge, dl icd stated, and there are no words in Holds Hearing Here: Inside In the room ,Where his body In his successors, who ,are discharge., in Personnel work with county. X win .discus*.with the .

movies,'were sponsored the English language to describe war 'found Hpwve>, this could' w.U known .1D.'taortlr.-TortdJ The. General JQouflaa MacArthur': people-In-a.pubUa hearia*;.aa that..y& .
director exprratfd appr cl-' adequately the lock"M.tyefr-eye's! public hearing on'Ihe application haft been" : 'aai-ewtra precautions Robbins bro>.her*--Alex, Irvin, Headquarters: )!*"the,Philippines. I way have the benefit of their1"'

or the work of.many local He told of taking a chocolate bar of Strickland Tax?Co.; for( a against burglars,'it was.ald. The Leon and Robbie--received their' Alex and Leon'were .together In views and'"siirteetl\ <3np I shall

K who assisted her and her from his pGoket'upon one IOCca.lon'and common carrier certificate to operate keyhole had not been plugged1 and public schooling in Alachua County the Eighth Air Force, in England: ; never vote for any'"' bill that will

PL hostesses and recreational 'of how the starving men between Starke and Green there'was nothing else to indicate and attended the Universityof and Robbie in Chemical Warfare. Increase taxes In Florida I am

" In Mrs. Hornlck'a opine, fought for the crumbs that fell Cove Springs was held by the premeditated suicide. Florida.Mr. I The brothers were released from not a lawyer and I do not seek
noor'wh he broke It to Commis- his mother In November and December this office of
to the n Florida State Railroad Survivors include the Army a* a representative
here from !
e usa as an organizationded Sternberg came
democratic and divide among them. sion in the courthouse here Thurs- Mrs. Esther Raytl1n, West Palm any group or faction. I haven
on a Obviously' impressed by this day morning of last week. Beach;: three brothers, Russell New York City to open his store Before the war, Alex and Irvin ver held a public office.

live the whole-hearted basis, one which support re- first-hand 'account from a loca) Protestants were V. E. Abbott, Raybin. Lakeland; Harold Ray- in1911. With other merchants of were connected with Ruddy's, and "I am a firm believer in ade-

Its success officer who had actually seen the vice president and general man- bin, Belle Glade, and Jack Ray- the town he "shared the good the Man's Store, In Gainesville. quate and comfortable pensionsfor

i townspeople.the community." brutalities about which they had of Florida Motor Lines, bin, Palm Beach;,'and three sisters years and the lean years" and Leon Robblna Is perhaps best the aged. I realize that the
credit ager
on been reading, members of the Jacksonville; J. O. Miller, presi- Mrs. Edith Goldman, Mrs. enjoyed loyal and friendly patronage known locally as "Rabbitt," and next few years will be one of the

club expressed appreciation to dent of J. O. Miller\ Bus Company, Julia Welch, and Mr. Dora Pin- of customers throughout the for several years was leader of most trying times for the public

i Wednesday Capt. Adkins for depicting these St. Augustine; and the ,Jacksonville CUB, all of Philadelphia. county, for which he expressed a popular orchestra which playedfor officials. Our men' are returning

Sgt. Johnson conditions in their true lightA Coach Co., operators of Funeral services were held Sunday gratitude. During busy seasons, dances throughoutlnorth and from overseas and our postwar

graduate of The Citadel, Capt. Orange Lines Inc. In Tampa with the Gentry- aa many as 12 clerks were em- central Florida program of bull ding- improvements -

Bernice E. Johnson, 38, Adkins entered the service in May Strickland, owner of Morrison funeral home In chargeof and expansion must be ,

resident of Starke, com- 1943 and received his commissionat the Clayton Strickland Taxi Co., and his arrangements John M. Seymour At The Tabernacle very 'carefully planned so that I
DCS., He will ,
suicide at his home In the Fort Ennla sec those deserving men and women i
J. Gary !
ills shortly after noon receive his discharge from the chief witness.of the Starke Chamber,; of Gay's New Station Well Known Artist Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from the service may be ushered '

Funeral services were Army on February 23 and will retary testified that additional Here Feb. 8, 9,'and 10, Fred Cowell, Into job upon their return. These I
Died Tuesday
Vednesday afternoon at 3 enter the law school at the Uni- Commerce service was needed between Opened This Week Gospel chalk ,artist of CuJpepper, jobs should be part of a program l

In the Thomas Funeral versity of Florida next fall.Badge He, Starke and Green Cove Springs in Adolph Gay's handsome new John/M. Seymour 83, died at Va., accompanied by Rev, Roger under which we, will construct I

ind military\ rites were 'cart wears the Combat Infantry battle order that"Navy"personnel could filling station, corner of Court hi* residence on North Water Condon Evangelist and pianist, public facilities. I

at the graveside. the ETO ribbon with four Cluster take advantage of housing accommodations Madison, opened this week Street early Thursday morning will be at the Tabernacle Mr. "If elected I shall conscientiously -
Johnson returned stars, the Purple Heart with and Cowell needs Introduction In the of Bradford
recently in Starke. Present with a full line of Gulf gas and after being In falling health for no serve people
States after serving 18 and the Bronze Star. schedules of bus companies now oil products. The" station will several years. Starke as he has been here several County to the best of my ability.I .

with the Infantry In' the operating between Starke and provide complete washing, polishing Requiem,high mass was held at times before and always shall at.all ,times be ready to

Burma-India Theatre. lie Green Cove are not set at con- greasing and waxing service 10 a. m. Thursday in St. Edwards meets with a fine reception. Mr. talk with*them and render .every
ently New DirectorAt Rev- Condon Is also a very Interesting possible aid and help to them
undergone an operand ) venient hours, it was said. Gay's employees are Seeber D. Catholic Church with the
was at home awaitingge Abbott representing one-of Goodman and O. P. Hutto. erend 'Father John O'Dowd incharge. musician and everyone I Is urgedto that I can."
which had been de- Mr. Funeral services followedat attend and bear them.
with prior
Health UnitMajor bus companies Construction of the building
cause of medical reasons. the of already existing : the graveside with DeWitt C. One of the finest meetings ever Baptist Church"Two
local contractor. -
rights by was by B. F. Hall
Johnson shot himself testified that Jones In charge, and Interment held at the Tabernacle was the
certificates for the
1 the head with 'a pistol Y. Covington, now on Lines was noW Facilities Carl waa in the family lot in Crosby one Thursday evening Jan. 31, Fishing Trips" is the"
A. Motor Installed by .
"Is wife, the former Chrlsr Florida and plan- rest rooms were Lake Cemetery. with Charles E. Gramme a New title of the sermon by the pastor
the) Army situation
terminal leave from this whose new plumbing
of Starke, had out studying M. Bitch York business man world travel- Rev. L. D. Haines at the First
gone Medical Corp, arrived,In Starke make the necessary changes Thompson and Jefferson Mr. Seymour wa. a well-known
ICA. He had stated that ned shop, corner ler and Uctuver.1 He held DM congregation's BaptLat Church this Sunday at 11
to assume directorship of to schedules aa soonu recently com artist and a member of the Wilmington -
Tuesday additions street*.,.was
I or Interest from the beginning ,
not into the'
care out a. m. Delving again
to go County Health need could be determined. Del., Society of Fine
i told him that she would the Clay-Bradford the pleted. as he tcU varied lire! study of the Holy Spirit, the
of the furnishes occupancy Arts and of the Maryland Art In-
Unl tAt Matthew, chairman The Gay building of his life. ,
and eat and bring somenek -t B S. busy study centers around a surrendered
He a
his was
Covington. RadioShop tltute in Baltimore.
present Major Railroad Commission Instructed for the Shepherd The Sunday evening service and
to him. powerful IIt.brot1&'b
wife their seven-year-old son. his company for repair so-- arradute'of the Julian Academy .
and opened
live Mr. Abbott, to have now brought to a close the 3-day series The
of Surrency: ,,. G*.. Sgtlived at Holy SpiritThe
Irvan ,have an apartment report of what if: vice. Charles Shepherd, the of Arts in Paris, France.
early with JosephT.
of meetings evangelist
n In Starke about IS make an Hour start at 7:30
Jan. Happy I
Hartmann Apartment: on North to do to ,take care .of owner Ion of I. P. Shepherd, local Mr. Seymour was born on Larson of Minneapolis Minn. :
ago and was manager'oft Ave. proposed that the Commission agent, received Ms hon 19,'. 1861 In New York City, the Mr. p.I m. with a period>; ,of old-fash ,
Temple situation *o express Special muck was given by
Furniture Co. store here native of, the BOn of the late Mr.. and Mrs.. ioned hymn..singing a programby :
t The new director,Is a could be, guided by this orable discharge from the Army Larson and also by members of
time. After moving tome reared In Kentucky -' flnal'de- 7th. Young Shepherd James F. Seymour.; He was mar- the training Union and
Tennessee and wa in making the last December the Tlbbitf group of Keystone
he was employed' in associated' Second Air ried to Flora A. Dailey Seymour ckoruses you love to' sing. Thpaator'I
: where he was AU three work by the City"of dsion. who' him in death. Attracted message will be entitled,
le. with the Kentucky State Depart- present at the hearing the Force for three and a'halt years preceded day morning for St. Cloud wherehe "
ment of Health for 10 years. He other two being :Jerry ,W. Carter aa a B-29 (Super Fortress) radio to Starke by the calmnessand will hold a series of meetings.The "What Is Your Hope? I

has been In the Army Air Corps and W. B. (Babe) Douglass technician, and was engaged in homely beauty of'the small unique way' (in which the Sunday School meet at 9:49 to
Crowded serving at commission and Installation. town Mr. Seymour caene here study "The Disciplines of Exper
Out for the past 41 month, The decision of the communications youth meeting are being conducted -
various station in the States In- be announced at,- an early He was stationed principally at from New York -14 years ago to each Saturday evening at ience". There are departments
use of limitations of apace cluding Atlantic City, N. J.. Sey- will the Walker Army Air Field, Victoria make hi* home in his declining the Tabernacle has brought many and classes for all ages' At 6:13Uie :

bEr of news articles and more Ind., Nashville, TenD, and date. Kansas, and the Smoky years. favorable comment Older per Training Unions meet and
Including Kansas Survivors are two sons, John L. discus\ "All Things Are Sustainedby
Callow Salina,
Carolyn Maxwell Field. Ala. Pilot Hill Air Base, sons as well a* young people find
Brooker and Hampton I t Baker To Seymour of New Rochelle, N. Y. Inspiration In these. services Chrlnt. There are two adult

Qtes and other, had to be R. R. CommissionersGuests At Conway Airpark: Court of Honor and James D. Seymour of Starke, unions .. well as union for. eacha&e
from this issue of the and one daughter Mrs. FrancesS. Recent Births group.( l.l

pb. of StanleyMembers Tracy Baker, well-known commercial For Boy ScoutsThe Jutras of Syracuse. N. Y. Mid-week service Is held Wednesday ?

State pilot of Keystone Heights, KATHY SUZANNE SHIELDS: at 7:30: with testimony j;
O.-\K CDtTRCH of the Florida In Starke will fly passengers over Starke regular monthly meetingof Income Tax AidA 8-Sgt. and Mrs. Paul Shields prayer, song and a message by
Railroad Commission, this week-end, according to an announcement the New River District Boy announce the birth of a daughteron Uie pastor. A cordial welcome I Is j
|lIng| lervice( are held each for a public hearing on Thursday G. of the Conway Air- Scout Court of Honor will be held deputy collector of Internal Jan, 26 In the Alachua County extended to aU to worship at each

and fourth Sunday at 11 of last week, were guests of Baker, who has more than Monday night, Feb. 11, in the revenue will be at the courthouse Hospital in Gainesville. The baby service, ::1

at the Wateroak Baptist, B. Stanley operator of Stanley'sRanch park.1,200 flying tours to his credit Community House at the State until 5 p.' m. today (Friday) for has been named Kathy Suzanne.

at luncheon following the Is piloting a' new Piper Cub. This Prison Farm. Boy who have the purpose of assisting the public Mrs.Shields was Mass Joyce Pre- Gift Moves

Ing rvlces are held at hea.rlng. latest type aircraft, which to being earned advancement in Scout In the preparation of 1943 Income vatt before her marriage. Sgt. Shop ., .

m with Rev. O. E. Cut- Enjoying the hospitality'of Mr. used both for commercial work rank and who have qualified for tax return Shields is serving on Saipan. Hope's Gift Shop moved this '
actor In charge Sunday Stanley at this popular eating instruction, was delivered Merit Badge will be awarded Insignia -
and flight week to its new address 130 \
Starke ;
meets each Road 28. south of January for their achJeTemenu.Followlnl' .
Sunday morn- place on to the Airpark on Call Street, next to f i
10 o'clock with Russell were Commissioner B: S. Matthews 17th. the Court of Honor Chamber of Commerce Friday Night Store. The

superintendent. Jerry W. Carter. W. B. Sightseers will be accommodated the District Scouters Committee ; located at 301 Water shop,Street formerly, la '.N r:
er the Com- session.Mscnslng .
meeting is held each (Babe) Douglass, and Saturday and Sunday will conduct a business 'llne emhatnfre
throughout aontimiteff aIts of
Y evening Louis Pette- will begin at < important'reports *.e4Ldni. ,
Invited at 7:30. E\rery-\ mission's reporter John afternoons. Trip 1BO.t: flIk) I linens and a variety of"Jift Items.
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I !i: S e butter In baking loaf pan 8x8: and To Coats Tae C.I..lo.-Voter efIMntrtrt '

put the brown sugar in, arrange N.. 4Hr.df.rd HAVE YOU TRIED

llij THE, BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Clay Hill slices of pineapple and pour bat- I hereby:loeatr.announce Florida my candidacyfor

ter on that. ,Bake BO minutes with County Commissioner DistrictNo. The DIXIE C A fl .
Voting Precincts :
( : EataMInhnd 1817B. By Lura Durg MBWHEREIN' 350 degrees. Men usually like this 4, of comprising Hampton the Graham, and ,

\I i I* Matthew ...__ Editor and Owner e a e cake. It Is delicious. Thereasa.. subject Democratic to the will Primaries of the)!! "The Home of Home Cooked Food"
Saturday I was shopping In voter In the '
Starke. I have found the most lr'weoted; to this office I will -
r.bJMhed Weekly on Fridays and Entered M Second ClaM Matterat TWO NEW PUPILS AND I FIND there In every continue to discharge the dutlejconnected
gracious Meals
the Taut Offloe at Starke. Florida._ Joy VISITING; I SEE. NEW business place The Hart Furni manner.On therewith. In a fair andImpartial Regular Short Orders

SIGHTS, NEW PEOI"LE."Then ture Store The Smart Shop, The that promise I earnestly
solicit your vote and .upport.R..pectt"'II'T.Y' Popular Prices
let us clasp hands aa we Stag, Koch's and the dime Stores.I .,
It Seems That. walk togetherAnd i enjoy going to the bank. I came : C. Chutaln.I .

let us speak softly In love's i back home walked down the OIHCl'IT COURT- BRAOFOnn 702 Temple Ave. Starke Fla.
w the National sweet tone sandy road so happy, my heart (COUNTY FLORIDA! IN C1IAK-
increased emphasis on
Army plans for well For no one knows on the morrow gay. I had met people they were WllilrmRYH.. Butler Plaintiff. v..
Guard in the peacetime preparedness set-up augurs whether kind. I am sure they were liking Jennie Butler. Defendant.. Cane No.

for the future use of Camp Blanding. We two pass by or but one alone. me as much as I admired them. 4814.
!i As is generally known Blanding originated as a wilcox. Yes, my prayer for the new year AND ORDER, NOTICH OF TO APPEAR SEE FLY & BUYthe

: National Guard camp but was taken over and developedby The narcissi and pear trees are -friends, kindness loving wordsall Butler STATE whoee OF residence FLORIDA and to:address Jennie ,
the Government for large scale, training of troops these with peace. TonightI la: 847 State Street Waterto-wn
into effect. However In bloom. I went visiting away have all these--I have had a New York -orJennie Butler, 786
when the Selective Service Act went out In the pine woods to a tur- week-end. Qood-nlte Allen Street Syracuse New York.
Board owns some 30,000 acres glorious You are required to appear on
the State Armory bears In
pentine camp. There are God bless you-everyone.-Lura. February 18, 1946, In the above
of the Blanding, 'reservation and a number of permanenttype the woods. The young couple I named Court and cause, wherein

buildings on the original camp site, and NationalGuard visited have a nice white house . . e County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford this Piper Cub

leaders in Florida have already announced that with fireplace, bath and telephonenear. I Order In next four weekly Issues.
Blanding as a Na- They have sweet little Witness my hand and official seal
they have great plans for the area Theressa at Utarker Florida this January: .
The wife has those 11
tional Guard training ground. Although this program children 18th, 1946OFFICIAli

perhaps will necessitate use of the camp for only a things which make for a woman Hy e .Irene. .Cochrane.. .. e As( Clerk of SEAL said Court.T. A.. J. Thomas, FLIGHT INSTRUCTIONby
children and
Ideal home Fla.
few months out of the year it will at least insure that the ; Frank for Pit.Landrum, Starke 1.18 4tS

the fine training facilities developed at Blanding will husband. She may be weary at Miss Elizabeth Phillips of Starke Atty. Ralph Cheshire

not be entirely wasted during the years of peace. the end of the day but her ones..life spent the week-end with her iv rmri'iT roruT IJR\UP'ORD
Is useful, working for loved father D. J. Phillips and aunt, CO I wry. KLOUllltl I-S: CHAMIK -
The long range program as announced by the Yes home is the most wonderful 11 VElvino .
week contemplates use of the National In all the world. Let us Mrs. Alice Jones. Mary Maxon McCahill Bib-
Army this blessing Mrs. Jimmie Swindell was shop- ley, Plaintiff va. Oliver Stephen
Guard as "an integral part and a first line reserve com- be lhankful. Loved ones are withus ping ,in Starke Thursday.Mr. Blbl..y. Defendant Case No 4326

ponent of the postwar military establishment today. We know not what and Mrs. B. F. Veale and AND ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR Conway-Libby U-Fly-It Service

Capable of immediate expansion.to war strength able tomorrow may bring. Only enjoy son, D. J left Thursday for Clew- STATE OF FLORIDA 147 West to 14th OliverStephen St.,

to furnish units fit for service anywhere in the world, today and pray for courage to Iston after spending some time New r'I N. hl.or- 213 $o. AuroraSt

trained and equipped." The plan provides for intensive face whatever author tomorrow of may with relatives, Mr;,and Mrs.'J. C. .,You Eimton are required Maryland.to appear on CONWAY AIRPARK
The Home
training both in local armories and in the field. "The bring. Cochrane. February 18, 1946, In the above

l'f National Guard will be considered an integral part of Sweet Earl Home Moseley was Is homeless.In the Marine Friends of Mrs. S. H. Dodd are plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce cause and, wherein custodyof 4 Blocks West of Union Bus Station

,' the Army of the United States" it was said. so glad to hear that she Is home minor child. Bradford County
Last heard of from China.
Corps. Telegraph" shall publish this OrderIn Phone 32 or 147 Ring 2
I All of whichcarries a note of hope for the continued Our boys do go places now. after a brief Illness and is feeling next four weekly Issues. ,

I!. use of Camp Blanding in a somewhat limited, Two new pupils came to school much Hilda better.Brown, of Hampton spentone at Witness Starke my Florida hand and, this official January seal
I Wednesday. They are the step lAth. 1948.ANFClerkAof. '
iG but still important, capacity. .
night last week with the Court J. Thomas
children of Rev. Strickland. Gene- aald
is via Fields Is in the 9th grade and twins. T. Frank I/nndrum Starke Fla.
Good news for many a harried property owner Mrs. Rosa Girton of St. Peters- Atty. for Plf. 1.18 }t 1-1
Lorene Fields is In the 6th. They
(., the announcement that the City of Starke is now armed burg spent the week-end with her
went to school in Newport News IN: rmei'iT' rot'RT. BRADFORD ONWAY'SService
anti-cow ordinance with teeth and intends to Cleveland Neal and
with an before they came here. They are son family. COlrlllTY. FLOR'D"I: CHANCERY ,
is out of the city-or Jimmie Swindell and .
see that wandering livestock kept sweet and good students. I son, Larry
very Thomas C. Jennings Plaintiff va.
else! am so happy to have them. and Willis Swindell were shoppingin Helen Louise. Jennings, Defendant.Case t,

The old practice of impounding marauding cattle Mr. Joseph Nash was visitingIn Starke Saturday. 'Geiger No. 4323ORDER OF. PUBLICATION Station
Mrs. J. P Earl
was said to have been resumed this week and if the this community Saturday. He .; Dickinson. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
and George Packham were In OF FLORIDA Helen
city carries out its announced intentions, eager garden- was principal here for two( years. Starke shopping Saturday.Mr. Louise. Jennings. whose residenceand PHONE 147 BONO 2 FOB;SERVICE
about their We are always glad to see him. addreaa Is 18 Orand Avenue
ers-both flower and vegetable--can go .,and Mrs. E. S. Sibley. Miss North, Galt Ontario Canada.
spring planting without fear of seeing the fruit of their Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lang and the Grace Dickinson and Miss Irene You are required. to appear on .; Oil Changing
Clay Hill School principal (myself February 18, 1946, In the above .
labor go the bovine way 'that has been the experiencehere Cochrane were in Starke Satur- named Court and cause, wherein
in recent years. ) went visiting Sunday to the plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Greasing
home of their daughter Mr. and day.Mrs. County Telegraph shall publish this
In order to give the owners of the offending live- Mrs. Winton Parrish near White John Jordan and Daughters, Ord r la next tour weekly Issuee."Wltnend S :Waxing
stock an even break the city first put the fence around Springs. Willie Mae and Norma Lee were at Starke my Florida hand and, this January leak Washing

the city limits in first, class repair. If cows get inside Bernice Conway who used to visiting Mrs. Jlmmle' Swindell 16th 1946OFFICIAL. j ,
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas.Aa .
town now it will probably mean that someone has cut teach at Clay Hill and has beenIn Sunday.It Clerk of said Court.T. Polishing

the fence, or hag! left the gates open. These gates are service a WAC in California, Hall really and looks Alford good to see Bobby Atty.. Frank for Plf.Landrum Starke 1-18 ,4t Fla.J-8 Tire Repairs
Lloyd out
placed at the side of cattlegaps so that horse-drawn has her discharge and Is at her again. ,;
Mrs. S. R. Swindell
vehicles can pass by and are frequently left open by father's home in Jacksonville.Fred Willis and Walter and sons IV: CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD ELECTRIC ARC WELDING]
'Ad kine and family who were visiting COUNTY, FLORID| JJ: careless drivers.
relatives In Green Cove 'ICRY.
Springs '
I used to live at Camp No. 1 and
Alan Wylle Plaintiff vs. Anna Gertrude -
The owners of livestock are asked to cooperate in Sunday. '
work for Mr. Brinson now live\at Orebe Wylle Defendant. Case
I every way possible with the city in this new effort to Falrvlew camp. He Is manager.It Don't forget prayer meeting No. ORDER 4117. OF PUBLICATIONAND AMOCO GAS ONE HOUR

keep cattle out of town. In recent years the prevalence Is, located near White Springs. Wednesday night and Christian NOTICE TO APPEAR OIL & GREASE

ef cows within the city has been a big hinderance to Here Is another 9th grade girl. Endeavor and Church Sunday Gertrude STATE Orebe OF FLORIDA Wylie whose tot Anna residence

1.! the beautification of propertyto: say nothing, of the She Is a diligent worker and always nIght. "' and address la unknown.You ,

many nice gardens that have been "nipped in, the bud". has her lessons. She Is Try the DIXIE CAFE. February are 18.required 194, In to the appear above on Quaker State civ eta
No property owner will spend very much time on flowers good natured and everyone loves named Court and cause, wherein.
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
and shrubbery if he knows that eventually he will her: lf: CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD County Telegraph shall publish this Oil
My name Is Lula Mae Mosely. I COBNTir. FLOUIUAl IN CIIA.VCKRY. Order In next four weekly lasuea.
awake some morning to find his prize plants eaten or Sealed Containers
Witness hand and official seal
trampled in the dust. was born August 12, 1930 at myfather'1II Lloyd Rudolph Payne, Plaintiff, -vs.Bessie at Starke my, Florida this JanuaryOFP'ICIA ,,
I t farm In the Clay Hill Lee Payne Defendant. CaaeNo. 16th, 1946.
I We feel sure that cattle-owners, once they realize community. I started to school at ORDER 4320 Of 'PUBLICATION ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, RIDE
l' the great nuisance their stock becomes when allowed to i Clay Hill and have been going AND NOTICB TO APPEAR Aa. Clerk Frank of Landrum said Court.T. Starke, Fla. FLORIDA AUTO LITE

roam in town, will cooperate in every way possible to : every year since. I enjoy school Lee STATE Payne OF whose FLORIDA address to la Resale un- Atty. for Pit., 1.18 4t 1-8 MOTOR LINES BATTERIESTake

.. keep them where they belong-outside the city. and never miss a day if I can known.
avoid It. You are required to appear on USE & GREYHOUND
rx'[ February 18, 1148, In the above
Starke merchants can take 'a well-deserved bow I have brown curly hair brown named Court and cause, wherein BUSSES
I plaintiff aeeka divorce. Bradford
and medium 666Cold fri/dA41
complexion. I r
this week. County Telegraph shall publish this For Safety
I am five feet tall and weigh ISO ',Order In next four weekly Issuea. !
One of the Telegraph's correspondents writes in pounds. I like to play all kinds Witness) my hand and official seal Comfort & Economy '
at Stark, Florida, this JanuaryOFP'ICIAL Preparations
Aer news: of games. I dislike people who 15th, 1949 Phone 147

"Saturday I was shopping in Starke. I have found tell falsehoods. My father's nameis A.( Clerk of SEAL said Court.T. ) A.. J. Thomas, Llqe ld-Te>a>l -9ialve-NoM. Drape. Care Of It
the most gracious people there in every business place.I Harrison Mosely and mymother's .Frank. Landrum. Starke. :Via.Attr. CAUTION Use .IyLaDkeeted I
fnr Pit.
came back home, walked down the sandy road, so name Is Josephine. :My 1-18 4t 1-s

nappy, my heart gay. I had met people, they were hobbles are letter writing and collecting -

kind. I am sure. they were liking me as much as I shots.l photographs and snap'

admired Surely them.this" is convincing evidence that kindnessand took Mr.supper and Wednesday Mrs. Carson night Griffls with Choose your partner. Have Coke

courtesy pay: handsome dividends. This satisfied 'I'her parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Brook-
shopper-will not only return to Starke to do her shopping std Mosley. ..

lllutheifutur?, but she will also tell her friends I Jack Wilkinson's eon Marion 1;

about pleasant, square-shooting storekeepers here I.has been promoted and Is now \". ','' .,, : ,
and they too will learn to make Starke their buying acting first Sergeant. He Is In t\ .. t

headquarters. I.Japan. Sgt.' Marlon would like t4': '
1*'very merchant would take this lesson to heart to be back home so he could go ,tr_ .

it would be the one biggest thing that could( ever happento to.the. University of Florida and "'" ". .
our'little town. Little the business graduate. He was attending there /
as man might when think it, he is making an impression on every customer Here Is a recipe for pineapple .... '

who enters his dT'iP1*' lmPreaaion is either goodor upside down cake that doesn't < ,?

bad. It will customers want to return to take so much sugart 1-3 cup lard.

the store time and time again,.or will so disgust him 1.4 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon van .

that he will never come again. illa. 1-3 cup sugar, 1 egg, un ,

Certainly it'Is,difficult for the tired worried business beaten 1 1-4 cups flour 1 1-2

man, beset by many Problems, to be polite and teaspons baking powder. 1.2 cup

cheerful in every instance but the returns on a little canned pineapple Juice. 1-3 cup

bit of courtesy are so great that he should make a brown sugar. Combine fat vanilla -
salt add
: auper-human effort to do whether he sugar gradually and &
: 8, feels like it cream well. Add egg and beat

or'not. thoroughly. Sift flour and baking -
Now that tpurists are passing through our community powder :3 times. Add Hour

in ever increasing numbers many stopping forT alternately with pineapple Juice to _

onereason or another the factor of courtesy takes on the first mixture.. Melt a piece of .I

,'.ven 'greater importance. A few kind words or a little I _

helpful interest shown might be the deciding factor in _

bringing a new resident family into our community.


,J STANLEY'S RANCH e. the party gets off to a refreshing startAt 1

MILES SOUTH OF TOWN ON ROAD 28 r the words Have a. Cofy: the party swings into action.: The fun id on.

.. Ice-cold Coca-Cola certainly breaks the ice and brings folks together for I f /

STEAKS CHICKEN PROMPT SERVICEDAHMER'S the friendly pause that refreshes. The life and sparkle of frosty Coke add

just the right gay touch to a gathering. Have plenty of Coca-Cola on

SEAFOOD hand. It's a party the minute you uncap the bottles.

GIFT SHOP Coke .Coca-Cola

Imarka which distinguish tb* P3*
PHONE 66 STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. I.!act .f Tin Coca-Cola Camp "

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pgIIRUARY .. 1948 :

I CM: 1-c James Ercel Edwards e e e eState J. M. Bradley were Mr. and Mrs. pent the past week-end vtttfe ,f(
F : PAR.2 A DE T-8 Claude A. Morgan. William Wilson of Raiford and Miss: June Caldwell .'
WT 3-c Henry Dennis Parker. Farm their guests Capt and Mrs. W. J. After being with her parent j
Air Cadet John Arthur Torode. Clements of U.S.A. and Lake But- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hundley. far
L. E. MOSELEY RETURNSTO MORE MEN RETURNINGVIA RM 2-o Dempsey Robert Sapp. By Mrs. Bryan Whltflekl ler, Mr and Mrs. Vance Geiger a week Miss Mildred Hundley returned \I
CRAUFORDrrawford.JS NAVY/ RAILROADING "MAGIC CARPET"The Pfc Marion M. Grtffls. .5 . e e and Mr. and Mrs. Granville GeIger to Camp Bla.ndllg Tuesr-
sTS Aviation Pfc. L. E. Moseley was discharged following high point Army Sgt. John S. Shuford. BRIDGE CLUB MEETING and daughter, Meryl, of Jacksonville -
:? (i has dfor from the Army at Camp men are returning to the States Pvt. Marion H. Messer Last week's meeting of the ,I day.Sunday guests of .Mr.' and Mr*.
Mate 3-c. duty with the Blanding on January 11 and la from Pearl Harbor for discharge' T-4 Jimmie M. Harrell. State Farm Bridge Club was held Mrs. J. R. Kite visited Mr. and Bryan Wnltfleld were Mr. .*..<
? tour of of BUS where now employed.* a fireman with aboard the Navy's "Magic Car. Pfc Wallace C. Collins. Tuesday afternoon at the home of :Mrs. E. F. Dollar In Cairo. Georgiaand Mrs. J. N. Whitfield and Mia
A graduate, Crawford was the Seaboard Airline on a run out pet" fleet: T-5 Alton Dobbs Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Chapman with Judge and Mrs. Glen TerrellIn .Ella Nash of Jacksonville
.yt'd football attached to a of Wildwood. T-5 Fred McCray, son of Mrs. S-Sgt. Daniel B. Harley Mrs. Fielding Chapman as hostess Tallahassee from Thursday until Lamar Watts of Jacksonville
t gunner pearl Harbor: Aa a driver of a heavy truck Annie Randolph 717 North St., T-5 Elmer B. Thomas. Lovely early Spring blos- Sunday. spent Saturday and Sunday wills
squadron at and was later' Moaeley served in the European Starke; T-5 Willie Ghent of John Henry Collier, Cox.S soms added to the beauty of the Marshall A. Bouvler, Sr.. of Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Watts.
and, Satpan Prince WUlIamII" Theatre with the 694th Starke; T-5 Elmer B. Thomas of 1-c Willie Louis Britt spacious living room where the Miami has been the guest of his Mr. and Mrs. Ray Y. WaJdt;
i the earlier maater. Starke; Pfo Henry F. Farmenter Ftc Arvls C. Kirkland. the
Is the son games were played. During parents, Mr and Mrs. J. A. Bou- gwwi
35. He of Lake Butler were supper
Group Crawford of Jack- In the Ardennes breakthrough and of Starke. Ftc Seeber D' Goodman.Rm progressions candles were enjoyed. vier since last Friday. of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. ShepfceiT(
a. Clara In the Rhineland. He has two The following high point Bradford i 1-c William Donald Parker. Mrs. J. A. Bouvler, Mrs. L. A. Mrs. M. E. Griner, Mrs. W. G.Strlngfellow Tuesday of last week.
Ie. campaign stars, the expert Infantry County Navy men are also Cpl. Sidney J. Williams Shepherd and Mrs. R. p McLen- Mrs. J. R. Kite Mrs.
of Mr. ant
combat badge, the good con returning aboard the "Magic Carpet" -I Sgt. Adolphur G. Hart. don and her guest Miss Rebecca J. A..Bouvier, Mrs. P. D. Fancher, Saturday. visitors
GRIDER Griner Mr.
M. E. were
'" RANK duct medal, ,the Victory Medal : Sgt. Robert C. Kersey Williams Joined the players at the Sr.. and Mrs. Dennis Fancher Mrs.
-SCEI) IS of Mr. and and the Presidential Unit Citation.He J. M. Davis S 1-c:, son of Wash: Sgt. Walter M. Jackson. tea hour for "bingo". Contract served at the Red Cross Canteenat Mrs. S. V R. Martllng of Melms.
,rte Grider son re-' left Germany in February L. Davis of Starke; John M. Allen Pfc. William D. Dljgs. tallies on this occasion and the Camp Blanding Tuesday night
H Gilder S 2-c, husband of Mrs.
It Gladys of carried out of last week.
competitive exam, 1945 to be hospitalized aa a resultof S .2-c William Edward Lawaon.! presentation prltcs Preaching services with Rev. C.
passed Allen of attractive match motif and in"bingo" I Mrs. A. M. Richarde. Mrs C.
Jacksonville Naval frozen feet and remained In a StarkeBRADFORD S 1-c George Washington McKinney E. Cutshaw, pastor, are held cads
ta at the I M. and Mrs. J. A, Bou
Mrs. M. E. Griner held Turney
and was advanced hospital In England for alx and a first and third Sunday morning
Station seaman 2nd! class to seaman' half months. When released from RECENTLY DISCHARGED COUNTIANS S Sgt. Raleigh R. Cox. the matching card. Mrs. :J. R. vier were and luncheon friends In guests Jacksonville of relatives at 11 a. m. at the Hellbronn Baptist -
the hospital he returned to the Among the Bradford Pfc Arthur L. I Barnhart.T4 Kite won high and Mrs. R. I>. Church. Evening l'rvtcea.na
bluejacket Quartermaster Corps until he returned County William J. Harrell. Stubbins, Jr., second high prizeIn Friday.J. at 7:30.
19-year-old service men who have recently G. Caldwell took his parentsto
e home, Dec. 11. I bridge. All prizes were Defense
In the Aviation Training been discharged are the following: T-4 James Reynolds Stamps At the conclusion of the their home near Ocala Saturday Sunday School classes'meet.. a*
trcent in the photo labora- Morgan Lee Tilghman. S 1-c, Harry W. Wilkerson. S 2-c. dessert Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Coldwell 10 a. m. unday morning vrttte
He enlisted in the Navy In SOT. LEWIS ACCEPTS JOB Brooker. T-5 Ernie W. Newsom. games a course was serv- had been with their ion and his E. J. Harris 'Superlnt ndenL K.
WITH VETERANS ADM.T. S 1-c George Julian Packham. ed. T. U. I-, held each Sunday'..stag -
1944. Herbert R. Harris, Rt. 2, Starke. family for some weeks on accountof / -
Sgt. Ovid G. Lewis, formerlyof Garfield N. Green, S 1-c, Starke. T-5 Arthur Williams. Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Uffelman. the illness of Mr. Caldwell, Sr., at 6 p. m. with Mrs. OrCowart -
the DIXIE CAFE. Brooker, was discharged from Clarence B. Cannon, Jr.. Law Cpl. Leslie 'H. Harper. Jr., and baby daughter Mandy and friends are gratified at the Director.
the service at.Camp Standing Sat Leonard Smith, S 1c. Lou, of Croasvllle. Tennessee have Improvement in his condition. Prayer meeting is held .ad
urday and has accepted a positionin tey.T4 Horace E. McGee. Sgt, Thomas Bryant v been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs L. A. Shepherdwere Wednesday evening at 7;_
the supply section of the Vet SF 2-c Ressie R. Thomas. Pvt. Claude R. Prevatt. Bill Godwin and Mr; and Mrs II. In Crescent City last Wed- Everyone la welcome to au...
OR RENT erans' Administration, with head- Pfc William Crosby. darkle McMillan. T-5. L. Dunbar for' the past week. nesday. They' were guests of all services
quarters in the George Washington T-5 Lorenza A. Alvarez. Sgt. Curtis E. Newsome. Miss Margaret Reddish of Hell- friends and during the day Mr. -
APARTMENTSOR annex, Jacksonville.Sgt. T-4 Winfred C. Rigdon. Ollie Hunter Pvt. bronn Springs spent the week-end Shepherd addressed the Rotary JOIN TIlE C II A MURK OsTCOMMKKCB
ROOMS Lewis served in the Army T-5 Harold C. Glasgow. Jerry Miller Davis S 2c. with Miss Pauline Brannen. Club and a Youth Gathering. : ami hf'lp..11
three and a half years, spending Pfc Lloyd J. Bryan. Miles Henry Sheppard, CRM. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Madge Nrownl of Starke Starke.

HEAT most of this time at the Mississippi -., .
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ND HOT WATER..> Ordnance Plant, Flora, Miss., 1- -
where he was chief clerk of the .. .. ,. ,
)lay or Weekly Rate supply division, and at Camp
Blanding where he was sergeant
CARL JOHNS major of Personnel Center Supply.

Hall Sgt. Lewis and wife, who have

for been the living past at several Keystone months Heights, will

move back to Starke to live untU More Headaches For The Farmer

h Jacksonville.they can find accommodations In .

Cadet-Midshipman William Edwin .
Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs.
T. W. Baker of Keystone Heights;
was graduated from the U. S. increase totaling $166,000,000. The U. S.
Merchant Marine Academy at Once more the farmer'is being asked to break wage

r Kings Point, N. Y., on Friday, all food production records. To plow more acres, Steel' Corporation has offered a wage rise which
Jan. 18. At this time he receivedhis
license as third mate and also feed more livestock and harvest more crops than applied throughout the industry would amount
an ensign's commission In the U.
EXPERTVORKMANSHIP S. Maritime Service and the U. ever before. He is being asked .to do this so that to $135,000,000 _._ ". V.' ', } :

S.Ensign Naval Reserve.Baker attended BHS and America may continue to feed and clothe the needy. j

a joined the Merchant Marine Cadet throughout the world, as-well as our own folks at Steel workers are already among the highest' .l
Corps ,In February 1944. The U. 'j
S. Merchant Marine Academy home. paid wage-earners in America. Before the strike .i
ALL 'YORKCUARANTEED trains officers for the Merchant .
iU t Marine Just as West,_,.Point and e. >. .... their average. earnings were approximately $1J6 .-.

.... Annapolis trains,officers for the To out ,this job the farmer must have week forty
"'" Army and Navy.BRADFORD carry an hour, $9.26 a day and $f6J2 a -on a

CAN ENTRUST YOUB SAILORS- tools of production. Most of those he owns have hour week. The U. S. Steel offer would have given

NE8T WATCH TO ova RECEIVE DISCHARGESThe taken a terrific beating. They can't.be tied together
GARB following men have recently them about $1J1 an hour $10.48 a day and $5232
received discharges from much.longer with rusty fence wire.In the steel .
Naval a week. But they refused It, and accused
e the Navy at the Jacksonville .
Air Station: industry of conspiring to ruin the union with an ..
Charlie P. Cowen, New River; the teeth of this situation, the farmer ran '
TAGCarter James F. Donnelly, Starke;Cleve-Ben- offered wage Increase of $25 a month, the highest I
F. Orlffls, Lawtey;
jamin W. into strike in the steel industry strike which '
land Small Starke; Harry a increase in the industry's history.
Bldg. Starke Wilkerson Lawtey;. Wm. T. Mur- I
rhee, Starke.: I hit at the heart of food production. '

I i 'The strike is a direct violation of the contract -F

When the steel plants,.shut/ down, manufacbetween the union and the steel'companies. The

B>RANSFER I turers of farm machinery'' and equipment, farm union wanted a long-term contract and got it. The 1

: trucks and tractors cannot'ge steel for their union agreed not to strike during the life of the ,

! COMPANY. : products. contract. Yet, the union struck on January 21.


I : Fighting for a Way of Life i'
i I PHONE 179 This year the farmer won't receive as many of ;

I FRANK BROADWAY L._ M. GAINES the replacements he desperately needs. He'll fight Farmers have a big stake in continuous steel

... i ahead with his old, broken machinery trying .to production. They have an opportunity to say what+'

, I crack another food production record, but the cards they think about unchecked labor monopolies which i

; : are stacked against him. bring to a stop the nation's recovery efforts, .

I through} excessive wage demands which could only "

All this means more headaches for the farmer add to inflation and cause soaring; prices. '1 1

-loss of vital food production, and a bad dent in 1
SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLETSEA Not until enough of them protest unfair, dicta : ;

TROUT PERCH BREAM his pocketbook. torial actions and urge proper safeguards against

RED BASS SHEEPSHEADALSO arrogant, heedless union leadership and one-sided .".
Facts Too Frequently Omitted
Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry .. ]labor laws will the country get back to sane, profit

The steel strike was caleri by the United Steelable production where everyone works together :";;

MAGNOLIA FISH MARKETCALL workers of America CIO, which insists on a toward a better standard of living. ..... .. .. ,a;
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11'' .s4OD .It'VIJAi' MurrheeTo Baptist WMU Circles J. G Godwin Home Woman s Club :Recent Marria8e

l' SOCIETY and CLUBS Miss Wed Alma T. C. BoothIn Met This Week Is' Scene of Shower To"Meet Feb. \13 OLISSON J. W. -Fowyya .

Gainesville The Business Women's Circleof For Miss AndrewsOne The February meeting of theWoman' were married Glisson and Jeesy.!
t Club will Tw held Wed by Jud
I I \ Andrews Weds Leon Moorer the Baptist WMU met at the of the outstanding social Perryman on Jan. 13. : t
Miss Jacqueline Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F Mur- home of Mrs. C. A. Knight Mon- events of the past week was the nesday at 3:30: ( p. m. In the club-

In Beautiful Church Ceremony SaturdayA rhee announce the engagementand day night. There were 15 members linen shower and tea given at the house. TUCKER-EDWARDS
approaching marriage of their present. The There will be a special musical Miss Evalyn
and 7 visitors J. G. Godwin home at the State Edward..,,
wedding which centered the now points falling over the back of daughter, Shellle Alma to Tildon leader, )Ira. L. A. Canova presided Thursday afternoon of, last program, and annual reports and tey and Bryant W Tilde*
friends throughout her hands. The voluminous satin of W. M. Booth Farm officers will be the married on Dec.
Interest of many Counts Booth, son over a brief business ses Godwin and Mrs. election of 19 xur 1
the state was that of Miss skirt terminated In a long train. and the late Mra.: Booth of Jack- week by Mrs. of Miss Jacqueline main Items of business. G.; E. CUtshaw.SWEENEYRODJ.RTSON. Iti
of The veil was made of bridal illusion will be sion.The Guy Sale, In honor
daughter marriage
Jacqueline Andrews, sonville. circle voted to contributeto Andrews, popular bride- Hostesses for this meeting are
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph William Andrews and lace and was worn witha solemnized Thursday evening, Feb. the fund for milk and lunchesfor to be Mrs. Mattie Gahagan, Mrs. : .
and Leon B. Moorer, son halo effect of pearls. The bride'sflowers 21, at 8 o'clock in the First the underprivileged school elect.' Green The Rev. L. D. Haines
Green Mrs. Floyd ,
of Mrs. Wilma Lambert of Washington ,were a cascade bouquetof Church of the Nazarene in Gainesville children which is being sponsored : A profusion of gladioli, narcissi fern,, R.Mrs.A.J. T. Quigley, Mrs. J. T. Edna.at.l\ha ceremony on Jan 21

D. C., and grandson of bride's roses The Rev. Dr. W. M. Bar daffodils and maiden-hair Robertson became
'' by the PTA. Mrs. D. Haines Mrs. P. its
L. ,
Mr and Mrs. Horace May of Mra. Sllcox, m'atron-of-honor, rington, pastor, will officiate. All Mrs. Knight used baskets of artistically arranged and placed In Guy W. of Walter Sweeney.BAKERDAVIS .
Mr J.
D. Fancher and Ep-
blue taffeta I dining-
delicate ,
Hampton, which was solemnizedat wore a gown'of friends of the couple are Invitedto azaleas on .the porch and bowls : the spacious living-room Jr
six o'clock Saturday eveningin made bouffant style. Her attendMrs I room and sun parlor formed the person,
in the living '
of lovely red roses
Mies Edna
Church. flowers were an old-fashioned decorative motif for this delightful ;, Lorraine
the First .
Martha Fullwood of room added beauty to the occa-. William Edwin: oil
.The, Rev., B. M. Mon tgomery bouquet. >of yellow daffodils and Gainesville wilt be matron of "honor sion. occasion, Two Hostesses'Honor Heights Baker :
in the United States she wore matching flowers in her at the door were m&l'I'lelltn' u,
chaplain Greeting guests
will be Miss in charge
and bridesmaids Mrs. R. A. Green was Miss AndrewsAt on Jan. 27
Army, and former pastor of the I hair Ada Middleton of Trevecca College of the program and used as tier and presenting them to the receiving by: Rev Carl CoDA
church, performed the Impressive i Miss Brown's dress was of aqua Mrs Junius M. Tea
line were Lovely
Miss from
I Nashville, Tenn., and topic "Spiritual Awakening" VlSFElmARAMIss
The Rev. I Ii taffeta and her flowers were pink .
double ring ceremony. Clarice Thomas of Starke... the digest of the Royal Service Smith and Mrs. R. W, Sturgis, Jr. Helen Ferraraandw-,
i Mr. Montgomery was assisted In I gladioli and pink carnations. Miss Miss Murrhee was graduated program. Mrs. Canova gave the The receiving line was composedof Mrs. R. J. Davis and Mrs. T. F 'R. Davis were married ?

the ceremony by the Rev. W.; J.I Oliver was gowned in yellow net from Bradford High School In the Bible Study on the same subject the two hostesses and the hon- Landrum were Joint hostesses at i in Daytona. 01 111
Churchwell, pastor of the church. and carried purple gladioli. The Church Service Cen- I
Andrews. the Episcopal
class of 1939 and later attended and Mrs. H. L. Hough led In oree, .
The church was decorated with bridesmaids also wore flowers in afternoon from four -
ter Friday until
in Nashville, Godwin received her guests
Trevecca College Mrs.
the their hair to match their bouquets.Mrs. _prayer Methodist
and greenery Church
white gladioli six o'clock at a delightful tea
Tenn. Later she was affiliated After the business and program wearing a black net and lace
banked with 1 Andrews, mother of the
background I In honor of Miss Jacqueline
Samaritan Hospital Nampa, assisted by Mrs. Sale chose a given
with sessions, Mrs. Knight hostess gown. The
Bouquets In : Rev. W. J. ]
palms and native greenery. bride, was ,becomingly/ gowned to Leon Chi,
whose *
tulle Idaho as a student nurse, and for Kiss Dottie Sue Biggs, served a floor length afternoon frock of chairman of the
with which
of gladioli' tiedjHth, a pink silk crepe dress EvangelliUr
the past few months has been delicious plate, in the Valentine for the occasion, while Moorer was an event of Saturday
to,the of aqua crepe mittee of the
and fern and fastened pews she wore a shoulder corsage Gainesville
night. Mrs.< Emmett Raney, 4. recent tk<<
American Red
with the bride-elect attractively
employed motif. the was
rela- is
for( the attending a
the orchids special
marked places
me U
Cross Camp Blanding.Mr. in a'tea dress of ,black bride, shared honors) with
tives of the young couple. The Mrs. May, grandmother of the at gowned week in Atlanta, Ga., j intj
Miss Andrews on thIs occasion.
Booth recently returned Circle One of the WMU met silk accented with She
enhanced tlon with the
was black silk
beauty of the scene bridegroom chose crepe 1 Crusade (
further by an altar arrangementof 'accented with'a rhtneatone clip. A from three years of service in the with Mrs., Annie Richards and wore a corsage of pink perfection White statice, gladioli and narcissi program that Is being obtem ore

tall floor baskets holding white 'shoulder corsage of white camel- Pacific Theatre. and plans to en- Mrs. H.,M. Richard at the State camellias, a gift of the hostess; | : ?with native greenery were the entire Methodist Chord!
ter the University of Florida next Farm Tuesday ,tternooQ.uTbere used In decorating the auditoriumof
gladioli and by tall candelabra lias completed her costume. Miss Marian Brown had chargeof Five goals
fall. 9 members and a the Service Center for this were set for in!,
holding white candles which shed The bride was graduated from were 'present the Bride's Book and Mrs. '1946. These were 25

their soft glow over the sanctu- Bradford County Hlgl].School In short business, session was presided -. Archibald Johns and Mrs. Clifton lovely affair. lars one million millia<

the class of 1942 and. attended Bridge Tea GivenComplimenting over by the leader, Jtfrs. Blown Invited the guests Into the Greeting the guests upon arrival church,. 25 per cent accession Incrtti u

ary.Preceding the entrance of the business college In ,Atlanta, Ga. L. G. Powell.An dining room for tea. were Mrs. H. C. Brown and Mrl!.. Church School attendance

wedding party, Mrs. E. K. Ferryman For the past few years' ,Ahe has offering ,of $17 was taken The tea table was overlaid witha E. L. Matthews. million reclaimed ,
church organist, played a worked in the civilian personnel Miss SternbergOne which included a surplus which from the the handsome imported Italian cut- Mrs. J. R.,Wainwright presentedthe bers add the building actlve of:Son! j
music. Mrs. at Blanding. Brotherhood Banquet work cloth and was centered witha ,
program of nuptial department Camp guests to the' receiving line churches' Besides these
B. L.. Biggs, soloist sang "I Love Mr. Moorer attended, Bradford of the lovilest In the series group sponsored last month. low silver' bowl containing an which was composed of Mrs. there Is an enlargement objtc

You, Truly" by Bond and Mrs. High School and schools of MI- of,delightful parties planned In Bowls of sweetpeas were usedIn artistic'' arrangement of yellow Davis, Miss Andrews, :Mrs. Raney i, for all deparbnai prunderway

Biggs and Mrs A. Z''.'Adklna sanga ami. He joined the Royal Can- honor of Miss Lillian Sternberg, profusion by the hostesses in daffodils, white gladioli and nar and Mrs.- Landrum. the' churches and for a tlw

duet, "Sweetest' Story Ever adian Air Force and later transferred bride-elect, was the bridge tea the room used for the meetingand cissi. !Silver! candle holders' hold- ,
Mrs. ;Vernon Silcox, and Mrs. Q. young men and women !to
The bridal enteredto to the U. Merchant Ma- Mrs B. following the business session p;
Told. party given by George Flynn ing burning white tapers balancedthe
A. Darby invited the guests to the the foreign field for life
the strains of the Bridal Chorus rine. Mrs. Glen E. Wood, and Mrs. they served delicious home-made central embellishment while ec
tea table which was placed ad- ment.
from Lohengrin and the bride and Reception I..' Held Richard G. KIdd at the. home of Ice' cream and cake to their handsome silver services were

bridegroom and attendants left Immediately following the ceremony the former on Jeffersonr,St. Mon- guests. placed at either end of the table. vantageously before two large The local church, under th.
windows. The table covered with
the. church to the strains of Men- a reception was held In the day afternoon from 'three. until Pouring tea the first hour were rectlon of Mr. Churchwell, .,
e beautiful white linen tea cloth,
Two at the home of a into the real befit
Circle met
delsohn's Wedding March. home of the bride's parents on six o'clock. Mrs. J. W. Andrews, mother of the program
in Kingsley Lake wh Ich was attendedby and and Mrs. Marvin Hazen Tuesday after was centered with an arrangementof Feb. 24. Sunday, Feb. 11 tri!
The bride, who :was given ,Picardy gladioli yellow honoree, and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. statice and maidenhair
marriage by her brother, J. W, out-of-town guests, relativesand white daisies were arranged In noon with 11 members and two Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J. W. gladioli fern.: ,Burning white tapersin observed ,as Race Relation:

Andrews, Jr., had as'her matron- a few intimate friends of the baskets and bowls about the visitors present.The Kincald presided during the second .- throughout the church.
sliver holders
young couple. Welcoming the six theme for this meeting was .The topic for the moraine
of-lvonor, her cousin, Mrs Ver- rooms where tables were arranged hour,
at, the door Mr and "Ministering Missions at Home" tral adornment. cusslon this Sunday will be:
non Silcox. Miss Marian Brown, guests were for bridge. The lacecovered Acting as hostesses in the din-
niece of the bride and Miss HelenOliv Mrs.! Andrews and Mr and Mrs. ,dining table wan centered witha and the devotional was given by Ing room were Mrs H. H. Adams, Beautiful silver services placedat Means Christ To Me."
Mrs. W. Alexander and the each end of the table were The evening service will)b
In the B.
r of Baldwin, alsoa. cousin, May. Standing receivingline crystal bowl holding an arrangement Mrs. C. A: Darby, Mrs. Vernon
were bridesmaids.Mr. ; were the bride: and bride- of daisies and fern. president Mrs. H. L. Hough Silcox and Miss Bobbie Cameron. presided over by Mrs. O. :L. Beas evangelistic one, with coup

Moorer .had as his best groom and their attendants.The At the conclusion of the bridge' spoke briefly on "Our Responsibilities Following tea Mrs. T. F. Land- ley and Mrs. W, E. Middleton. tional singing. The young
living dining to Youth." The collection Acting as deputy hostesses dur will meet at 7:13: p. m. Pi
man, Raymond Sharp of Miami. room room game, Mrs. Angel of Palatka was rum and Mrs. E. L. Matthews In-
Ushers were Vernon Silcox and and sun porch, were decorated awarded a china creamer and at this meeting' was $9.29. An vited the guests into the sun par- ing the afternoon were Mrs. PaulE. meeting La held each Wedno

Dick May, cousin of the bride- with white gladioli and greeneryand sugar bowl as holder of high score interesting article which carried lor, where the' beautiful assortment Canova, Miss Mabel Weller, and evening,at 7:30: choir pnctlg

groom.( the bride's table was overlaid Miss Sternberg received a beautiful out the theme 'of the meeting was "" of linen gifts which had Mrs. Fletflfher: Burnett: :.Assisting 6:15 and: Bible Story hour

The lovely blond bride was attired I with a. handsome Jace cloth linen handkerchief as holderof read 1 by Mrs..R> A. Thomas. been"'sent to ;Miss, Andrews were in serving were :Misses Idell Land- Tuesday"at 2:30.
and centered with the three- Following the Bobble Cameron, Vivian Mc-
in a white satin and lace second high. Low prize, a set the meeting displayed. 'I'IAbout' rum,
tiered bride's cake. White candlesIn hostess servetHtlellcious refreshments Rae Marian DroWn/ ,Madge Christian
The bodice wasm&d < 100 called ChurchThe
wedding gown. of ash trays, went to :Mrs.: James guests during
of. lace with, a .wide lace silver candelabra' further graced Lewis.. The scores for the game to her 4ueatso: the afternoon to be with the"twohostessea':4q.i ., Brownlee, Joan Carpenter and

peplum. ,The long sleeves were the table In, .the:,dirt1pgoom. :: were kept on'bridal taUlel.7ha : the honor'guest. Mrs. Freeman Register Jr..' First Christian Clurt
Miss Mrs. L. G. Hemingway *'A.'glfCrSPememtmhee' of the 'Call and art
made a itjjrle with. nar- Bobble Cameron 881"H4 ; 'honoree received th4esalad was lhe'ottieft
mousijuetalre punch' ;during ihe ..evening"wlUH plate&In ben selected pat- hostess" TUwdajmtSttioonUo: Circle J affair th -hostesses.presented the Sts.
'" : : 'iI'' Mrs. George Robert of Lawtey, tern of china' at' a--glfffrom: thehOlltelI. Three> 'I'I' ,2 MlssSternberg honorees with corsages of camellias vices for the week of ret
."L"I.fI'IIi.Wt. Mrs. ,H., C.. Brown and Miss Joan She -also; ; The leader, Mrs: tx' A. Canova, Is ComplimentedAt which they,wore during the Bible School will meet at 101
was presented
,. T' Carpenter assisted In'entertath.. with beautiful gave*the-devotl naI. and 'Mrs.W.. calling hours. and morplng worship service

Ing the guests.: :' loll and a camellias corsage' 'of glad- J.. Epperson, Sri, led In the open- Morning Party Mrs. L. A. Canova, pianist, and be held at 11 a. m. with tie

rtI After spending some'tlmVwlth ,The three hostesses served a Ing prayer. Mrs, A.. E..Wall pro- Mrs. R.: A. Green, soloist furnished .;t tor, Revi W,O. Smedley U

their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Moorer delicious salad' :'course to their gram chairman.-gave an InterestIng Complimenting Miss Lillian music during the afternoon. In the morning he will\ spell
left, for destination Sternberg, whose marriage,to Mr. About 75 guests called: to be and dune
a wedding trip, guests. About 25 tea guests were talk on Home. IMIs lonll. Tak- the qualifications
unknown. The bride traveledIn ing part on tie program were Richard Cane of Champaign,' 111., with Miss Andrews. and the hostesses the Scriptural offices (f <
present to enjoy the afternoon '
brown wool : will be, an event of Saturday, Feb the service
a suit with white with Mrs. George Anderson.Mrs. Tom and deacons and
Miss and the host-
16 Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and;Mrs
pin and her accessorieswere that the annul
stripe esses. Harding, Mrs. t*: W.Moore, Mrs. be'ahort so
In brown. W, J. Eppersonf Sr., and Mrs. J. Earl Johnson entertained Tuesday Leases Dryden'sR. tlon;of officers may take ;
of I'
at the suburban home
Mr and Mrs. Moorer will make
E. Futch at that time.
their home In Ojal Calif. where Dinner Party' Marks Mrs. H. L. Bfownlee, co-leader, the former with a delightful Coca- W. Elsele of Nashville Tenn. The evening topic at T.ai I P

the bridegroom will be In the radio Close of ClassIn presided over the business session. Cola party. has leased the filling station will be "Meditations."

repair business. There were 11 members present. Azaleas, pansies and magnolia tourist cabins, and cafe of the Prayer meeting Is held We
Social Studies leaves used in decorating the tai 4
of 7:30( o'clock
The group welcomed Mrs. Wood- Zeke Dryden property south day night at

Birthday Party The class ,tinSocial Studies, row Flynn as a" new member and living room, where the guests town on Road 28 and will operate group will study the 11th
tI : were .entertained.. -
< a liberal' offering was.taken. these enterprises under the nameof of John tttls week.
i i1ue. -a Vt. .1 J I For RegistrantMr. which was taught by Mrs Elea- Mrs. George Anderson gave the During the morning each guest ,Pinehurst. Mr. Dryden will All members are especMj!
nor Green 01' the University of wrote her favorite recipe and they
-e & this Sun continue to his ed to present
closing and the circle meet- operate garageand
i'\t and Mrs.. Arch Ellington en- Florida faculty*,,..observed the prayer were presented to Miss Stern- welcon.
Ing will be in with used car business. visitors are always
Sts eai tertained at their' home Friday ending of the Class: with dinner at'. hed} ,March : berg., The hostesses presented her
Mrs. P. M. Bar
night with a party honoring the the Guidon Grill Thursday nightof with!*.file In which to keep her -

eighteenth birthday anniversary of last week. The hostess, assisted by her recipes. ,. SERVICE "AS YOU LIKE IT"

-. -. their son, Leon. He has registeredand Guests were seated at',two long daughter, Mrs. Orle Wiggins, serv- The guests were Invited Into the

\ : .. a'i: : I.Ii I. Is expecting, to be. called' for tables which were,covered with,a ed delicious refreshments to those lying l room, for refreshments. The,; BRADFORD BARBER SHOP

"- service In the armed forces 'soon.' lovely cloth and centered with an present. table, which was covered with a
::: .!S} A beautifully decorated birth- artistic arrangement of yellow and linen and lace cloth was centered Court St. We Appreciate;Your Business

day cake was the center of at- white calendulas and gladioli. This MethodisttCircles with a hand-painted bowl holdingan W. J. Prather K.. 'L. Morgan

traction and many games and contests floral piece was presented to Mrs. arrangement of pansies. Three unf
SIZZLING were played and enjoyed by Green by Mrs. W. B. Sewell as a On TuesdayMrs. branched crystal candelabra hold-

STEAK The those present. memento of the occasion. A delightful A. W. Anderson was host- Ing tall burning: white tapers balI I
Present with Leon on this occasion four course dinner was! anced this floral piece. Burning
LOBSTER ess to Circle One of the Women'sSociety
were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar served. candles on the buffet and serving

I' SHRIMP Newsome, Mr. and Mrs Burke Ellington Teachers completing this course of Christian Service on table Interspersed with arrange-
B Monday afternoon, at the Church Meat
and family, Mr. ard Mrs.L. which will be credited to their college School rooms. ,"* ments of pansies and placed] ,against Shortage,
CHICKKN R. Edwards, Mr .and Mrs.' O. E. degrees were Mrs. W B. a background magnolia l ,

O riff la. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Grlf- Sewell'Mrs. E. L. Biggs, John The meeting\ .was opened with leaves, added further charm\ti>>

its and family Mrs. Melvin Grlffls Dees, Alexander Purcell, Mrs. prayer by Mrs. 'J, T. Guy, after the setting. I

and family, Mr Bessie Davis, Kate Shepherd Mrs. Paul Bridges which the circle leader, Mrs. An- Miss Sternberg received a

Mr. and Mrs R. A. Ellington, W. Mrs. W. H. Hart. Mrs Rebecca : derson, presided over the business kitchen, apron and matching pot
There's No Meat Shortage
A 1\[. Prevatt Earl and Gerald Simpson, Mrs. Willie Mae Denton. session. Mrs f. P.: Shepherd, secretary holders as a gift of remembrancefrom

Crawford Misses Bernice Cooper, Mrs. C. J. Frazier, Mrs. R. F. read the minutes of the the two hostesses. '

forConnoisseurs Mildred Edwards and Esther Grlf : Demorest. Mrs. Ada Lawson, Mrs. last meeting; and Miss Kate About twenty guests were present '

its, Horalls and Dorothy Elling- Eva Anderson, Miss Madge Mid- Struth. circle .treasurer, collected to enjoy the morning with atGreen's

'. ton. Leslie Grlfflj. Mrs.. Drtskell, dleton, Mrs. Louise Crosby, Heil- $4.45 for the local work. It was the honoree and Mrs. Brownlee

i ofgood Miss Lelia Drtskell Mrs. Gay bronn, Mrs. Melva Galoway Ris announced that Mrs. O. L. Haynes and'Mrs. Johnson.

Leach Sylvia Crawford and Doro- ing. Mrs. H. C. Kelly and Mrs L. would be one of Mrs. L. A. Davis'''

food M thy Griffls.i H. Hill, Lawtey, Mrs. Oscar Crosby committee on Social Christian Relations VICTORPRKVATTGenevleve Grocer

r / Graham and Mrs.: Reddish An- and Local Church Activi- Victor and Jesse "C.

t drink Dinner. Party drews, New River, and the County ties.The Prevatt Jr./- .C'4'' Lawtey were

t. Supervisor Mrs.. T. H.,Osborne.Mrs. devotional service was con- quietly: married'by County JudgeE.
: For Moorer-Andrews Green'had as her guest, ducted by Mrs: A. Wood, her subject .'K. Perryman on Jan. 28. They

Wedding PartyMr. Mrs. McPherson of Gainesville.Mrs. being "The Lord's Prayer." were accompanied, by Mr. and .
1\ B Green Is also a teacher In Interesting articles from The Mrs. 'L. K.: Harper. '2
,f and Mrs.. R A. Weeks were the P.. K. Tongs SchOOl. World Outlok were reviewed by ..

hosts- at'* \dJnner party given In Mrs. W. J. Chandler and :Mrs. ness session; Mrs. VinIng transacted
honor ot'the members of the Sunday School Class W. H. Nolhnan. "The Church's -
her duties as secretary,.and
,-Jottnc kerera Moorer-Andrews wedding party, Has Opportunity In Germany" was Mrs. W. O. Halle as treasurer. Arrangements Plenty of"A"
I a pleasant at their home immediately following SupperMrs. Mrs. NoUman's subject were made for placing -

.noepbere know th w h e at0 the wedding rehearsal last W. L. Andrews entertained During the social period, "Happy flowers in the church during
jon Friday evening; Birthday To Sou" for
was sung the. month of February. ]
her School
win Sunday Class) Fri
I be 4 .
j A profusion of spring flowers the circle's popular Mrs.I. .
The devotional service was conducted -
cooked and attract I day evening by taking them to the
1ITd7 served. attractively arranged In bowls and lake for a chicken supper. After P, Shepherd whose birthday by :Mrs. Flora Noble, who Grade
baskets adorned the living room anniversary U Feb. 4th.
games and football were enjoyedthe used as her theme "Be ye a11Oready" !
and dining room where the guests The hostess) served hot tea
bountiful table 'of chicken A Miss Olive Ray, chair
0 were entertained.The rice, with slaw, rolls cake and sandwiches and other dainties to man of the program presented
dining table overlaid with cold drinks were served. her 14 guests reviews from The World Outlook

\ an exquisite lace cloth, was cen- Present were Tommie Harding by Mr* J. W. White, Mrs. W%,O.

white tered with a low arrangement ,of Joe Warren, Don Humble, Harold Mrs. L. D. Vining was hostessto Halle and Mrs. H. C. Ritch. BEEF

gladioli and fern. Burning Lennon Arthur Winkler Ronald Circle Two, and the flowers Mrs. Vinlng, assisted by Mrs.Eo .

325 TEMPLE AVENUE candles in silver holders added a Andrews and Ocie McGee Ronald I used in her home were narcissi L. Matthews and Mrs. H.' C.

table.further decorative note to the assisted his mother In entertaining and azaleas.""*The meeting was Rltch. served delicious refreshments -

the boys. opened with prayer by Mrs. Flora of hot tea sandwiches and
Those enjoying this lovely af- Noble. individual heart-shaped cakes,,asa AT CEILING PRICES

': _': "" <- .<" .:- : fair were members of the wed friends of the host and Itonorees. Mra. A. Z. Adkins.; chairman of reminder of the approach of St.
ding party and few intimate -
a Circle Two conducted the bual- Valentine's Day. -
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IllTS of LOCAL NEWSFred I Richard Cunningham F 2-co\who .Mr, and Mrs. W. F. Barefootof Lt. and Mrs. H. Hughes and CHURCH OF CHRIST -for-, a return to the Bible In name II:.

has been receiving treatment In Sanderson were 'visitors here Mrs.. J. R. Hughes of Orangeburg "Christ The Light of TheWorld" doctrine and practice. A cordial I
the Portsmouth, Va, Navar hospital Thursday afternoon at the home S. c., were week-end guests of welcome will be extended to anyone ;
la spending a leave with his of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. Mr. and Mrs. T,N. Kendrick. Mr. will be the subject for at all services. \
Guy and Capt. A. Z. Mrs. J. D. Walker of Winter mother. Mrs. A. E. Cunningham Mrs. W. M. WImberly has returned and Mrs. Kendrick and their Sunday morning at the Church of I'
-pent Saturday withLermlaw. Park and "Mrs.. Edward' Cunningham at Lake Geneva. He has been in from a visit of several daysIn guests spent Sunday at Silver I Christ by the minister, W. Herron,
Mrs. Wallace of St. Petersburg came Tues- service five months and reports Lake Wales with Mr. Wlm Springs. The 7 p. m. evening service will Ressie R. ThomasPLUMBER J
City. day afternoon to spend a few days back Feb. 8. berly, who, Is stationed there. Miss Catherine Montgomeryspent concern the topic, "In Debt( and
take with Mr. and Mrs. L.
In A. Davis.
In a SplreJIa.lIy Let me model you In a Splrella. Mrs. Lorenzo D. Green has gone one night last week with Ready to Pay." Bible Study
e rnokI you In the' latest Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto left beautifully made In the latest to Baltimore, Md.,.for a stay of Mrs. W. F. Godwin and family, meets at 10 a. m.
mule Jol'8etlere, Mr's.llaver Tuesday afternoon for Orange- new materials. Oornetlere, 1\11'8. several days in Johns Hopkins enroute from Atlanta to Miami. The Church of ,Christ pleads 11th St. & Temple Ave. .
Iterlal" E. Madltlon St.. burg. S. C. Mr. Hutto's mother, Frank Hoover, 402 E. Madison! St., HospltiU where she will undergo -
402 2.9 5t Mrs.0. P. Hutto had a stroke at Starke. 2-0 fit observe tion. DR. JAMES F,. LOOMISOPTOMETRIST I ham.. Juiit been discharged
her home there Monday night and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot
has been
-I Miss Helen Jones left Monday from the Navy Where I received -
ind artery day her condition Is serious. for visit with confined to her home on Wash- additional 'plumbing
spending s I a her brotherinlaw Suite 309-10 Masonic Temple Bldg.. Jacksonville Phone 5-6098
"Vwords' sister Mrs. Carl Mrs. Eula Whigham Is visiting and sister. Lt. and Mrs Hu- Ingto St. for two weeks with a FOR PROFESSIONAL CAUK AND DISTINCTIVE STYLE!: experience and will appreciate
friends In Sebring for a week, bert B. Edmonds in El broken foot. the* patronage ./
Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Mrs. L. J. Green and children,
n Jennings of Texas. Service" my old and new friends.
I Maywood, 111., are visiting their Judy and Archie and Mrs.' A. H. "We Render a Complete Optfcal Dispensing .. I
Mrs. Retha Hicks of ,
Shirley Green were in Gainesville Thurs
Shull son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and
dward T.' '. Ind., who has been visiting her day afternoon.
Mrs L. H. Jennings. Dr. Jen-
friend. Mrs. Ara Moitt, left Mon
PLUMBERPrompt returned last week from Odell Jones of New Orleans,
nings visit with them in Chicago.. a day, accompanied by Mrs. Moitt, La., Is visiting his mother, Mrs.R. .
Service for a visit with friends in Tampa. E. Jones.
Try the DIXIE CAFE. t
While there' they will take In the
Mlf, and Mrs. L. B. Jordan were
Guaranteed Mrs. W. C. Helmlntoller of Florida State Fair. ,visitors in High Springs Monday.Mr. Beautiful w-
Work Richmond, Va., Is spending a few Miss Madge Brownlee spent the and Mra. Randolph Boree
days with her grandson and fam- week-end with Miss June Caldwellat and daughter Iris Lynne, of Jack- Tapestry
Lafayette- St. ily, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kidd, the State Farm. sonville spent Saturday with Mrs.
716 Jr. Mrs. Jessie Livingston and Boree's parents, Mr and Mrs. G.

grandson, George McM&ster ,who H. Bennett. 129.50
was discharged from service at Mr. and Mrs. W T. (Billy)
Camp Blanding Wednesday afternoon I Jackson have purchased the San- Uu .
I left that night for their ford E. Ritch home Just west of ,f't t 1 tvs' r
d'v4That home In Tampa after visiting Mrs.J. town on Road 28 and will occupyit Dining i J
.' M. Mitchell and Miss Lucille some time in March. Mr. and \
Mitchell. Mrs. Rltch and son, Gene, will r .,
,Mrs. Frank Bauknight of Jacksonville take an apartment in Starke. Room
Are Differe > spent the week-end with Let me model you In a Splrolla,
her mother. Mrs. W. H. Struth. beautifully made In the latent
Glassware Breakfast Sets O China Mrs. Mae Meier of the AmericanRed new material. (Vrsetlor, Mra. Suit .r &ka4n.ftiI
Cross Southeastern Area Frank Hoover, 402: E. Madison St., I 19
Headquarters in Atlanta, Ga., was Starke. 2-9 St i
O Pottery LingerieHope's here Tuesday conferring with E. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Middleton Pieces +

J. Dahmer, chairman of the Red and daughter, Beatrice, of Day- .. '' :
Cross war fund drive. tona Beach were In Starke Sunday Mahagony
: Gift Shop Mr. and Mrs. B. .F. Hall and ( visiting Miss Pat Lambe and sd3
daughter, June and Mrs. B. C. other friends. Mrs. Middleton

130.EAST CALL STREET Holtzendorf were visiting in will be remembered here as Miss KileeHole&StudentDesks
Palatka Monday. Beatrice Bullen. r
Friends sympathize with Joseph I Mr and Mrs. W.; A. Stern: Miss

Starling in the death of his Louise Stern, J.' C. Hoover, and Mahogany, 'Walnut
brother, Levy Starling in Polk Mine Elaine Edwards attended fun- d
County Friday. Services were held eral services for Sgt. Bernice E. i and 'Wheat_ Finish

Announcing the Reopening there Monday. Johnson In Gainesville Wednesday 19.95 to 69.50
Marion Vann Burney, son of afternoon. .' \ .
Mr. and Mrs. Everette E. Burney Mr. and MrS> J. P. Brouwers
OF I of Jacksonville, formerly of will leave, Monday Los Angeles i MODERN LIME OAK
Starke, received his honorable discharge Calif. to,'make their home. (
from the army on Dec. 8. Before their marriage on Nov. 21 I
fflayes ,Radio ServiceSOUTH He: served with a repair unit of in the Post Chapel at Camp Blan- \ 239.50
the Army air corps and saw service ding, Mrs. Brouwers was Mrs.
in the Pacific area. He was Josephine Davis of Starke. Mr "' Large, Round Mirror Dust, Proof,
WALNUT STREET stationed in Manila and Tokyo.lie Brouwera was formerly a 1st Ser Hardwood Drawers '
and his family are residing In geant stationed ,at Camp Blan .
Shoe Jacksonville) where he has accepted ding. T<>
(Adjoining Reynolds Shop) I
a position with the Hal Lynch

Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf
Service on: M Makes Radios. and son, B. C. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John H. Denmark Furniture. Co.
iRj ;
B. F. Hall and daughter, June, and
Capt and Mrs. Emmett, Raney
New, and.: ,9ld J .Customers,Welcome spent the week-end'fishing. at. .Hall ,
Lake. ) -
In 8'11.\0 ''r. The many local friends of Mr.
and Mrs. E: E. Burney of Jack- .Y. .:n Tf.. I.MADEfTO" ..
sonville, who formerly lived here.: ORDER' ,
JtIlW .1 will l'egret'tD hear*'of' the'death OUR SPECIALTY' =
u 1\\ IRE' :MaNEY'
del: .. of Mrs. Burney'a brother; Fred I I
Breamer Skipper, who was killedin UFPE BAKERY .
an automobile accident In Jack- CANNONS
sonville Jan. 16. at NEW GROCERY

Patronize McRAE'S the place of IN THE WINKLER BLDG. 220 N. Temple Avenue
courteous service. Used cars, expert McRAE'S
mechanical work; groceries at

change of ownership in Stern berg's Store. Althoughis a reasonable price. One block THE.PL&CE OF Saturday Feb '9 Specials
well-known'mereantile establishment will hencerth -- north. of bus. station .Temple Si .
be known as "Robblns', it will be changed in Mrs. Pete Gooley of Detroit, .
Del Monte Coffee 1 lib.
traditions of jar -
me only and we will continue the high Mich., came this week to spend a .
service that couple of months with her mother, "
ality merchandise'and accommodating Mrs. M. M. McGee and uncle and USED (,CABS'- Expert Mechanical -

\'e distinguished Sternber (s throughout the,years. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Andreu. work. ,Grocerle at a
Anderson H. Davis has returned Reasonable Price. Tomato Juice No. 2 Can .12

Ve To'Serve You With The home from some time spent In the -
{Will Continue Glendale Hospital in Palatka as One Block North' of Bus Sta.

Following Lines of Nationally advertised a result of Injuries received Dec. Temple &;llth 8U.
No. 2 Can .14
Gift Peas Sweet
drawbridge Garden
r In an accident on a -- -
Merchandise In East Palatka. He Is spending/ ,
a few days with Mr. and Mrs. INLOVING

'. Harold Mr. Kite E. K.of Perryman 317 E. Call'and St.Lt. :r.MEMORYof :
Peaches Sliced No. 2 Can. -.29'
; : (jg) and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman., Memory / -

Manhattan Jr., are visiting relatives In Miami.Mr. "
and Mrs. J. E.' Robinson of < I

Shirts and Shorts Orlando were In Starke Wednesday -i U. S. No.1 10 Ibs. CUBE lb.Potatoes .
afternoon enroute from Tallahassee VIDA V. MORGANwho
and were accompanied to' .45 X: Round Steak 37
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*. Apopka from Starke by Mrs. Lillie died -. ,
Lewis who has been the guestof
andPetersShoesJor her son and daughter-in-law JUICY 2 Ibs. =., CENTER CUT lb.
Freeman Fortune Lewis, for Feb. 14, 1945
Mr. and Mrs. -?.
j Pork .37
several weeks. .10 Chops -
the I'past Oranges ;.

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: For Safety, Comfort and Economy : FRESH GREENCabbage Ib. COUNTRY SMOKED'Sausage lb.

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UNION Ave.. LACY CONWAY. A.8&uke. Fla.wlt.a |f Yellow Rose Flour, ,25 lb.; bag - 1.35

Jo Dee Dresses

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noon the
Mr. and Mrs. Cowen Church Baptist Starke, who Is 10, recently. Case No. 43(4.ORDER House containing approximately 57 Clerk of Circuit Court for Bradford 1
received with the
Rev. Truby Par- OF PUBLICATIONAND acres of land located at Starke. County, Florida
River several useful gifts.: Mr. Cowen'B rish of Santa Te. Services have Saturday night guests of Miss NOTICE TO APPEAR Florid, further described as the by Lucille C. Conner, D. C. 't
to Mrs. Co-wen been Ina Forsyth, enjoyed a wiener STATE OF FLORIDA toi Cecil NBU\ of 8KV SiC:\% of SBVi\ of 1-28 4t 2-14.
gift was a Bulova changed from evening to roast) rroMIn Carter, whoa residence andaddress N12V4.\ except 11 acres, to-wlt: cotnmesoing ,- tIN ,
N By The School watch and she gave him an Ever- 2:30( In the afternoon. la 133 Coming Street. Charleston at NE corner of SK4& of '.
Line Otis Forsyth of South South Carolinaor 610 King NK(4( Section *1'. Twp. 8 a, It 2S E CIRCUIT COtTHT. BRADFORD '.
S sharp Sky pen and pencil Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and Florida Street. Charleston South Carolina and run West 382 Feet thence run COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN. ,Ii
set children of was visiting his parents Mr. and You are required to appear on Southeast: to a point Ifs feet Westof CBHY.
G A."N'IVEKSABY Springs Mrs. Joe March 4, 194S. In the above named Section line on South side of Henry V. McPTlde, Plaintiff T* .I
C P Cowen eel- Those present to enjoy the occasion were visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Forsyth Saturday and 1 Court and cause, wherein plain SEtt of NE%\ thence Southeast Ann MaBrlde, Defendant Ca. No.
Mrs. with them were Mr. and Andrews and Sunday. tiff seeks divorce and restoration sea feet to point 110 feet from said. 4313.
first wedding an- family Sunday. H. ot Maiden Name Bradford County Section Line; thence East 110 feet ORDER OF PUBLICATION I
heir lira. O. H. Patterson of Lake, City Mr. and Mrs. T. T Long Saturday Feb. 2 with and Mr. and Mrs C. A Baldwin were trip to Jacksonville Tuesday. In next four weekly 1"\1.... Section line to beginning;; All except STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ann
Johns visiting Mr.
and Witness and official seal the following-.,.It: 3 acres McBride, whose residence and address
I given In their honor by Jr., of Lake Butler. Mr* M. L. Johns and family Sun Freda Howe was visiting Viola at tSarke, mr.h.nd tlUa January 29, In NE: corner of SILly: \ of NEVi Mold Is: 89 Kirk Street West
Mrs. M. L. day aftem Manning U4CJ. to W. M. Cryan. also except 5 acres Orange, New Jersey.You r
| and 0 0 n. Mr. afternoon.
Games of
nu. Mr. croquet and caroms and Mrs. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.I. Thomas sold to Mary K.: Ualslop In 8\V Corner are required to appear on
were played in the afternoon and Long; lived at New River for a We are sorry to say that Ernest Clerk of aald Court. of SBM of NEW and In the February I', 148. In the above
T. Frank Landrum. atarke, Florida Northwest Corner of NK1 named Court and cause, wherein
number of Wells of SEVi:
CoUghs the guests departed at a late hour years but moved away la on the sick list. Atty. for Pit 3-1 4t S-S3 Section 27. 8 8, R S3 E. Contalnliia plaintiff seeks divorce.. Bradfordounty
re and wished them many more In 1929. This was their first visit L. O. Crews attended the ; In a rri acre more or leas' ( Telegraph ....weedy .
Eddy In Section 27. Twp. 8 B thin Order In next four Issue -
back since they left. iv CIRCUIT: COURT BRADFORD R S3 East.
cows happy anniversaries.Mr. Arnold show In Gainesville Monday COfNTY, FLOHIDAl IN CIIANCKHY. > FRANCES N. KINKR.aa *. ,
j common Rev. Truby ParrLth of Santa Fe night. Ouardlan of Wlnford F. Klner Witness my hand and official
and Mrs. A. A. Sweat of James L. Maxwell Plaintiff vs. 1-25 it 2-18 seal at Starke. Florida, this Jan
OnttSWKSSSfc was a dinner guest. of Mr. and Carl Edwards la much Hesaie. Flanlvan Maxwell, Defendant I uary II. 148.OFFICIAL ..
at Hang Raiford were visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Andrews Sunday.Mr. from a recent Illness.VT. Improved ('a... No. 432S. IN TUB KintiTH jfi>iri\l. rinCt'lT I, ( SEAL) A.I. Thomas,
Clerk of said Court.
Mrs. D. J. Nettles and PUBLICATIONAND .
Mr. and and Mrs. C. E. Andrewsand ORDER OF (COtRT ANI FURl .
\Vllliam I> Morgan Fifth Floor
Mrs. Carl Nettles and .OIUO"
; son, Elbert daughter Mary L were vIsit. M. M. BROWNING STATE OF FLORIDA to: liessle IN CHAfeCHRY.Flleman Clark Building, Jacksonville, Flor
loosen and expel Sunday. Handrail Maxwell whose residenceand S. ida. Atty. for PIt. 1-St 4t 3-15
help ing Mr. and Mrs. Angus Belandof %T CAMP Hlcknuin
and aid nature LEE, VA. address\ Rural Routa No. 1, Plaintiff. -
n phlegm heal raW, tender, In.. Mr. and Mrs Tom Hodge and Worthington Springs Saturday Pvt. M. M. Browning who was Wllsonburr, West Virginia ..vaDIVORCE 11: CIltriTIT COVRT. BRADFORD
and mem children attended church in afternoon. You are required. to appear on Aliens Jennette C01TNTY. FLORIDA| IN CHAN
ronchJal recently discharged from the Mer- February 13, 1348 In the above Crowder Illckinan CKItY.
n your druggist to sell you I I Brooker. Sunday.ConsevaUon Friends and relatives of Shy chant Marine, has enlisted In the named Court and cause, wherein DefeiulantORDKIt Virginia" Martell Rutherlln, Plain
Creomulslon with,the un- plaintiff seeks annulment. Bradford OF PUBLICATION tiff vs. Patrick Rntherlln Defen
g you must Ilka the way: It officers Stall and Brown will be glad to know that Army and is now stationed at bounty Telegraph. shall publish this IN TUB NAME OF THE /STATE: dant. Case No. 4848.

ays the cough or you are I Hudson of Jacksonville were visiting he has a discharge from the Jump Lee Va., with the 62nd Q: Writer In next four weekly Iseuea.Witneaa OF KLOItlDA ORDER OF. PUBLICATIONAND
hand and official seal. TO: Allene Jennette NOTICE TO APPEAR .
Crowder lllok-
back. my
ur mon M. L. Johns Tuesday and Saturday Navy. He and his wife are living M. Training Company. He Is the at Starke E'lorlila; this January man whose residence l and address STATIC OF FLORIDA to: Patrick

back.OMULSION of last week. in Maryland at the present.He son of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Browning 18lh. 1948.OFFICIAL. In unknown.It Sutherlln whose address is un-
( SEAL) A. J. Thomaa, appearing by affidavit filed In known.You.
Is of Rt.
church 2
Colds Bronchitis Regular services were employed at an air base Starke. An Clerk of said Court.T. the above stilted reuse that Untie required to appear on
held Sunday morning and after- there. Frank Lundrum Starke, Fin. Jennette Crowd Illckmnn the I>o- ... rr:5. 1148, In the above named
Atty. for Plf. 1-13 4t' 2-8 fendant herein named In. a nonresident Court wherein plaintiff
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp and .Y. 1..ce.T COURT BRAnFORD of the /State of Florida seeks rO'c.ejl County
Mr. and Mrs. 'uIIN'ry, ""O''D.111 CHAN_ and that her residence In unknown Telegraph. shall publish this Order
George Baker of 'Iny. i" .II'II' .'OI'RT, IIH\I>FOHI.
and her last known address Is unknown In next ft>u."weCjklr: Issues.
Can Use More Pulpwood Birmingham. Ala., were visiting 0"01'14'[, K. Dorfn r. Plaintiff vs. ('0' vrv. FLOMiutt i* ('''.\1'1- ,, and that there Is no personIn Witness my nand and official
Mrs. Nora Sapp of Brooker Sun- liirfciierlta Latham Dorfn r. Defendant. (-KHY.: the State of Florid. the serviceof seal at Htnrkl, Florida this January
Tafferson Lee DodJn, Plaintiff
Can No. 4363. vs. a Summona In (.han. 33 1946.OFFICIAL .
WRITE TIMBER DEPT. day and Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crewsof ANDENOT PUBLICATION Ituthl. Mate Dodds, Defendant -AnseNo. whom would bind such Defendant, ( SHAD A. J. Thomas
rjrare- the State Farm Friday after CE TO APPEAR 4326. and that site Is. over the age of As Clerk nf said Court.T. .
HTATH OP- FLORIDA to: Mar. ORDER OF PUBLICATION twenty-one years. That the said Frank Ixindrum, Starke, Flo..ldaAUy.
inntainer Corp'n. of America Fernandina, Fla. Kii' .'rlta Latham Doifner, whone ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR Defendant after diligent search and ( for Plf. I-SS 4t 3-16
noon.Mr. residence and address lit Unknown. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ruthle Inquiry has been beyond the bound :
and Mrs. Norman Wigginsof You are '' Mae DoddM, whose residence. andadilress lanes. of the State of Florida for a
Jacksonville were visiting Mr. larch 4. 1S46.! )In oabovetlnam'r I In 2830 W. 187th St. Apt. period of time more than sixty (60))
and ed Court and cause, wherein plain- 1-W, New York New Yo..k.You duys prior hereto.It 4 ACTION' I Rll-IEF
Mrs. Wiggins Sunday after tiff to
seeks divorce. Bradford are required appear Is therefore ordered
;fMfl Complete Service Telegraph ahall publish this County Order February If, 1946>> In the above Defendant Allene that Jen.netta saidnonresident .
a 4 noon.Mrs. In next four named Court and whereinplaintiff
? rvls. Hazen and small weekly |H.II..*. seeks divorce. Bradford Crowder lllckman be and she
atWStarkem hand and official aeal IM hereby required to appear to the FOR ACID INDIGESTION
"'-PnD&Y daughter and Mrs. Ed Silvernailof Florida this January County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder 1)111 of Complaint; I : filed In said causeon ,
Looks like it's going to be 29. 1946.OFFICIAL. In next four weekly Issues. or before the lard of February .
I01.: .. Hampton Lake and their aunt ( SEAM Witness my hand and official seal day
A. J.
IBRAMe: a long time yet before A. Thomas at Stark, Florida this January 1948 other wise the allegallous -
Mrs. Tommy Johnson of Kentucky > Clerk of said Court. of said Kill for Divorce will

N eucuT.: many of us get that newI'avss attended church services Sunday Atty.T. Frank for Lund pit rum. 'Starke.: Florida Ifllh( 1B4AOFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, be taken as confessed by the said
4t 2-22 Defendant for her failure to
/ AN Clerk of said Court. complywith
car we've been waiting for morning. this order herein matle.
.v BRAD'FORD T. Frank I-andrum, Starke. Fla.
rmcriT COURT.
l1 Therefore, it's more import Harold Crews of the army has rtHINTY, FLORIDA IN CHAN.Orndy Ally for Pit. 1-18 4t 2-8 order It IH be further published ordered once each that week this.

\ ant than ever to let us keep returned to his station in Texas Cl:11; Y.1... Webb. Plaintiff IV CItcl'1'r coriiT. niiADFOunCOI for four consecutive weeks. In the

i your old car in A-1 condi- after a furlough with his parents Verona. Webb Defendant.vs. Norma Case '1MTV, FI.OUIUAl I'M: CHAN Newspaper Bradford County published Telegraph In Bradford a 50cCarpentor'sDrug@II

If tion. Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Crews. No* 4 181.ORDER. OF PUBLICATION Ethel l'EItY.. Garner Crosby Plamtlff. vs. County, Florida.
liven under hand and official
Mrs. Reddish Andrews was one AND NOTICE TO Howell I. Crosby, Defendant. Case my .
AFPKAR: seal I at my office In the City titI:4tark.
titled Lubrication Washing Polishing of the teachers who took the Social STATIC OF FLORIDA to: Normaeronee No.4U2.ORDFR OF PUBLICATIONAND : .. ,llradforU County Florida Store
\ Webb, whose .
realdenr this
and 23rd day of January 1848. I
Studies class in Starlce and NOTICE TO APPEAR
address Is 148 South' ConarreHM, (SISAL) A. J. Thomas,
WaxingSTANDARD the class had food Hpnrtenburir, South Carolina; STATE OF FLORIDA to: IlowellI.
a sea supper .. whose residence and address _
You are required. Crosby -- -- -------------
at the Guidon Grill T h u r aday March 4, 194tt, 11the appear above on Is Hmoaks., South Carolina.You .
OIL PRODUCTSGARDEN'S night. named Court and wherein are required to appear on
\ .eR 1 4 s. In the above*
plaintiff seeks
divorce radtnrd :::;eudarlnulr;
Mrs. Roan Turner is greatly Im- : County Telegraph/ shall and cause, wherein
SERVICE STATION proved after being sick at her' Order In next four weekly publish Isnues. plaintiff of seeks maiden. divorce name and Hradford restoration ,

r. II. Carden, Mgr. Temple Ave. & Call St. home for the past several weeks. Witness at Starke my Florida hand and, this officialaeal January County\ Telegraph shall weekly publish Issues.. thinOrder J

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews and 31, 1948. In next hand tour and official seal EVERYBODY
Witness my
children of Starke were dinner As Clerk of said )Court.A. J. Thomas at Starke, Florida this January ENJOYS EATING

guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Andrews T. Frank Landrum;.Btarke, Florida 14th 1911.OFFICIAL. BRAD A. J. Thomaa,
Atty. for }'1f. 1-. 4t 2-23 ( AT
Thursday night. of said Court.
en Your Tires Are Slick Time to Recap! Mrs. Betty Barry and children I.-V CIRCUIT COURT.- nRADFORD T.A* Clerk Frank Landrum Starke, Fla.

i RECAPPING Mr. and Mrs. James Barry and CERY.COUNTY, FLOHIIltl I.N CHAN. Atty. for Plf.- 1-18 4t 2-' The PARK CAFE

tY children Willie Barry, U. S. Doris Martin Shuler, Plaintiff vs. NOTIC'"
Shuler Defendant.
.4 z Army and Mary Barry of Jacksonville Case No 4187.ORDER This Is to certify that the undersigned -
.ALL SIZE TIRES were visiting Mr. and Mrs OF PUBLICATION will on the 28th day of .

AND TUBES M. L. Johns and family Saturday AND NOTICE TO APPEAR February, 1.46. apply to the County
I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Paul Judge of Bradford County Delicious Regular Meals
afternoon. warren Shuler, whose residence and for Final Discharge as Admlnls-

w I 24-HOUR SERVICE O. E. Andrews R. R. Andrews' ','i' address Oeorg-la. ls 'Arilnaton I Hotel, Macon Grant.trator decfa of the:r'IL Estate of Lurline Healthful. Vegetable Plates

;=. ;' BEST MATERIALS and son, Ervin Andrews, attended'the You are required to appear on } WHEATLEY.1.1.lI4t ,
2.36Administrator Short
live stock market In Gainesville March 4, 1948 In the above named Orders
GRADE "A" RUBBER Court and cause, wherein plaintiff r .
Monday.We ...kll' divorce an restoration of MM cinrttiT COURT BRADFORD
Workmanship GuaranteedPHONE school children were gladto Malden Name. Dradford County COUNTY FLOHIUAl IN CI."N.CERY. .
Telegraph. shall publish this Order ,
have Charlie Cowen visit our In next four weekly Issues. Virgil William Boultnlght Plaintiff / / Clothes Could ExpressTheir a
79 school Friday afternoon and givean Witness my hand and official vs. Charlotte K. BouknlKht,
teal at 8tarke, ''''Florida. this January Defendant. Case No 4347.
interesting discussion on 81, 1949.OFFICIA ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND 4 4o
Islands which he has just returned ( ..sEAL.J A.' J. Thomas, NOTICE TO APPEAR
SERVICEAdjoining All Clerk of said Court. BTATR OF FLORIDA to: Char.
from. T. Frank Landrum Btarke! Florida, lotte( E. Bouknlcht whose residence '
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pmholater Atty. for Pit. 2-1 4t 3-23 In S18 N. Quebec Street, Arlington

and daughter. Vivian and Mr. and Vlr"I"I. t Feelings. 1Q
Ave. Youra required to appear on
Temple Garage Temple IN' cincriT cot'iiT. BRADFORD
Mrs Carl Ward of Jacksonville COUNTY, FLORIDA) IN CHAN- February SS, 1946. In the above named ,
church at New River CKRV. Court and cause wherein plain.
attended JT ZSrjr
tiff seek divorce. Bradford County
Marianne Barrett. Roa-ers. Plaintiff
Sunday. yo... Eugene Claire Rovers, Defen Telegraph shall publish this Order \ OF COURSE THEY
Arthur McRae visited our dant. Caso. No. 4.144. In next four weekly Issues.
4 Supt. Witness and official seal CAN'T, BUT JUST
school Friday afternoon.LAWTEY. NOTICE TO APPEAR at Htarke, mr.hand this January 34. FOR THE SAKE OF

LOCAL FACILITIESthe e e . Rogers STATE. whose OF FLORIDA residence' to: Box Eugene 65, .148.OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J, Thomas. }& ARGUMENT LET'S
Farmlnitton Illinois. As Clerk of said 1 Court. PRETEND THEY CAN
of make Zach II. Douglas, Gainesville. Fla. ,
management upa
You to
economy are required
primary quality of our Service whichis March 4, 1944 In the above appear named on Atty .for Pit 1-25 4t 3-1S Your Finest Dresses and Suits Would Un-

dedicated, to the affairs and need of Court a..ek'dlvorc.and cause. and, wherein" restoration plaintiff of IN CIRCUIT<< COURT- BRADFORD doubtedly Express Themselves As Being Well

bereavement. By Mrs. Mamie Crews !Maiden Name. Bradford County COUNTY. FLOHIUAl IN CHAN Pleased With the Excellent Treatment They

Telegraph shall publish this Order i tERY.! Plaintiff v*. Daniel Receive in Our Plant. Each Garment l Is Pro-
. 55 . In next. four weekly" issues.Witness Helen P. Hurst
my hand and official N.r Hurst Defendant.PUBLICATIONAND Case No. 4341. cessed With the Care and Thoroughness That
BIRTHDAY PARTY seal at Starke Florida, this Jan ORDER OF
TO-APPEAR Deserves.
Little Hilda Crews celebratedher uary 24 1946.OFFICIAL NOTICE Daniel If Your Clothes Could Speak-
They'd Tell
residence Is unknown j jt
DEWITT C. JONES 6th birthday anniversary Aa Clerk of said Court. N. Hurst whose

Thursday. Jan. 31 with a little R. H. Duncan 617 Lynch Bide. You 'are required to appear on !

AMBULANCE SERVICES folks party at the home of her Jacksonville,-. 4t 3-23 Florida. Atty. for Plf. February 26. <8. 'In the above I
named Court and cause, whereinplaintiff
Director parents. seeks divorce. Bradford PHONE 133
assisted thisOrder
shall publish
Mrs. Nancy Starling County Telegraph
PHONE 7 In next four weekly Issues
Mrs. Crews In serving the guests CERY. hand and official
Witness my ROBT. 31S
TCharles Freeman Plaintiff
of birthday cake with seal at Starke, Florida, this JanOFFIciAL4BBAL -
Our local funeral home'enables us to pieces vs. Kathryn Phillips Freeman, De
drinks. fendant. Case No. 4168.
cookies and GREEN
? > A. J. Thomas, Temple
offer conveniences d services not ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
o n Present were Esther Ruth and NOTICE TO APPEAR Aa Clerk of said Court.

otherwise "available. Charlie Bennett Freddie Dinklna, STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr. Zach H Douflaa., Gainesville.. 541 *Fla..16 Owner Are.
for Fit
Kathryn Phillips Freeman, whose
Loca and Joan Ra-
Jeane Orlffls. -
residence and Address Is 3ISS Lear-
furnish the highest, type service at the lowest prices and fuse Hoyt Adell. June and Ran- enworth Street, San Francisco Cal NOTICE
life Insurance policy In force Issued by Starling.Mr. .
dall .
You are required appear on notice I* IF.nKlner
III payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation March 4. IJ4. In the above named aa Ouardlan of Winlord
es no and Mrs. John Brown announce Court and cause wherein plaintiff I the und.r.lgn.d Judge" .Bradford'
obligation. the birth of a daughteron seeks. divorce. Bradford CountyTelecraph tlon to Oounty of
I shall publish this OrderIn County. Florida to Mil at private'
Wednesday. Jan. 30. next four weekly ..au... .sale for cash on the 38th day of
1 Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Blalock Witness my hand and official February'" 1144. the following d,,.
seal at Starke, Florida ,this Jan- scribed property of said minor, to- -iY-LEARN
announce the birth of a daughteron wit The Matt Morgan Farm and
Jan. 31. ?OFFIciAL48BAL) A. i. ThomasAs

WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE Rev.Thursday.and Mrs. J. O. Raulerson Frank Clerk Landrum of said Court.T. Htarke. Florida ** \: TO Fly !

and Mrs. Perry Davis were visit Atty. for Plf. 2-1 4t ;, ,. .:

Ing In Jacksonville Thursday. 1% COI'RT. BRADFORDCOuSrY.
Mrs. Louie Bell Moore of Plant FE.OHIUAI CHAN /

Radio City is visiting her mother, Mrs easr CJKRT Mae Creech Carter Plalntlffvs. under the

HeadquartersSales O. W Brown. Cecil Croelln Carter Defendant.

We are sorry to report that R. G. I. BILL OF RIGHTSat

P. Rafuse Is ill at this writing.

& Service :Mrs. Carrie Casque has returned CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION
from a few days visit with her

son and daughter-in-law Mr. and

Mrs. Woodrow Casque in Lake .

WE DON'T Strike Butler.
L. C. King Is home from the" 4Y STARKE AIR PORT

Coast Guard. He is the son of cJuultus

Mrs. Pearl Campbell.J. -
WE -
ARE Stuck E. Warren of Jacksonville Is: :

pending this week-end with his about Antomo1 Je

Trying to render service family.
Rev. J O. Raulerson and Mrs For Information '
Perry Davis and Mrs. Myrtle Van

Zant were at the State Farm Call V. S. St. John142
All At A
Production Lines Monday. E. Johns

Standstill AtElectric wr A. L. Dryden of Jacksonville -

Except was visiting her sister Mr*. Agency or

and mother, Mr*.
C. R. Crews how 18 BTABKE, FLAReamMJMl .
Davis. Jolonday.ReV' .
Perry. and Mrs. J. O. Raulersonwere Maj. Richard G. Kidd A.U.S. Res.

V I L E R Service and Mrs.Sunday Winfred dinner Rigdon.Mr. gut. of Mr. at Phone 63

and Mrs. T. S. Crews. C. R. 64 STARKE

224 TEMPLE AVE. Crews and Miss Alma Crews visited On-the-Minit Service THE TRAVCLEIW. Hartford

1 I I their brother, I-ouU Cr w.. QI I.ia11111.mi l J iI i

1 I


E IIIrGOT' BBA.D OOt1NTr __ EBeraxv

f : I '' X.... E. K.: Lansing:, Mrs. R. S. Friends will be Interested to KINDERGARTEN NOTICEMrs. In next four weekly Issues. Clndt. whose residence I. lit Enr.Av .
) Witness my hand and official seal *. Equlpt. Co. : Fernandez and Mrs. W. B. Alexander know that Jesse Newsome entered at Htarke. Florida, this February % .Postmaster' New ,
: Smith's Kindergarten
II were shopping In GalneaTffle Riverside Hospital in Jacksonvillethis Martha 6. 11146. York. Announcing the
( hours will be from 9 til 12a. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs You are required to appear on Reopening ofJCE'S
Wednesday. week for observation.I In the above nam-
m Clerk of said Court.T. March 11. 1946.
March 1 accord-
beginning ,
m. Frank 1/nndrum Btarke.:: Florida 1 Court cause wherein plaln-
'Ing to an announcement this week Atty. for Pit. 2-8 4t a.l t aJo\ Bradford County '
Vel."aphsh2a thla Ordern
r by Mrs. Smith. lr T1infTTTffl1 COI'IIT. ORA.DFORD next four weekly l...u"*. GRIM.
-- ('O'IJNTY-FLOIUD IN C1IAWva Witness my hand and ottieM seal ,
Mrs. Ara Moitt and her houseguest CE.I Y. at Htarke Florida/ this February T, ,
Mae Endloott Plaintiff v*
I am pleased to announce Mrs. Retha Hick of Shirley James Kndlcott. Defendant. Case 1916.(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J.. Thomas Three Miles North of Starke

Ind., spent last week-end In No. 4IR4.: A. Clerk ot said Court on
ORDER OF PUBLICATION Zach fl. Oaln.svllle Jrla.
Jacksonville. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Atty. for DoulllI.JI. 2-8 4t a.1
that STATE! OF FLORIDA to: James Highway 13
Rndlcott whose address In 601 Broad LOW CIRCMT COUKT.COUNTY. BRADPORD
Political Street: % C O Railroad Com riOBlUAl IX CIIANCElif. : -
Columbus, Ohio '
J. DOTTLEhas : Announcements You are required to appear cnMarch R. !'. .....th..reton.. Plaintiff' ''vs c": .
: II. 194.. In the above named Emma Featherston Defendant I Saturday February 9th
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff N 4381. _
.. :,..... seek divorce and custody and control 'ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
.. .
TO rejoined, the staff Vommlmlonrr. Ulxtrlct IM.. .a, County Telegraph shall publish this STATE OF FLORIDA to: M. Emma -
Bradford (;ou.'". Flor/ds. Order In next four weekly Issue. Featherston. whose residence Specializing In
I hereby announce my c.ndf4acy.lunarof Witness my han dand official seal and address III 20aO W. Grace Street ,
of the Starke. Cleaners as Commis at Htarke, Florida, this February 7, Richmond Vlr"lnla.
Dry DlHtrlct No. 2.County subject to
:.: the Primaries In May. If re-elected You are required to appear on l FRIED CHICKEN :
113AsFClerk SEAL J. Thoma March llr 1948, In the above named. SEA
I promise to continue to WorE for FOODS
of said \
..,.' the bent Interests. of the District, !Ureen- & Green. Starke, Florida .Court.e..k. and divorce.causa, wh Bradford reln ">County! | .
and is his and t the County an a whole.
resuming .Upon this promise 1 ,respectfully A tty*. for Pit... 2.8 4t 8-1 Telegraph/ shall publish this. OrderIn ,
.. llclt your vote and active support neat tour weekiY.tssuee.Wltnese -
*. .. : on May 7th. I iv: CIRCUIT cornr BnADFORDCOUNTY. 'my hand and 'officialseal ....
:?. '* specialty"ofdeaning "i Yours very truly, .. FI.UKIOAt, IV CHAMBelnrn at Starke, ""Florida" .. .this FebOKFICIAL49S6EAL -
-Vv; l M. L CRAWFORD. CI1R Y. .
tl Kind, Plaintiff VA EvanH. ( ) A. J. Thomas
Foil RFPBRNEYTITIVH' Kindt. Defendant. Case NTo 4883. A. Clerk ot said Court., Clothing
I hereby annnuncv my candidacy ORDER 01f"-.t>UBLICATION Chas. H. Heea-101.06htealty: t3lrk.
:. ladies"garments for the office of Representative lit-It AND NOTICE TO APPE3AR8TATD Jackionvllle, Florida, Atty. for Plf.. ; .

.. !Hii'Htate'. Legislature! .from:! ra'!ford I OF FLORIDA to: Evan H. 2-8. 4t- 3-1. .
I'" .. 10 Ins wui!, or tn.. .' n
"- .. Democratic voters In the May 7th fi .
and silks. primary. Your vote and support N .
','- <. '" -, will be greatly appreciated.Juka : hoes
.f'.1. .
: I' IolCt*
ili ; L -- =: ;. .EVERY (

,.' j r: During the years he has been 10 WHOM IT M\Y CO\CKIIX & .. .:. ..

1'lnaHO take Notice thb'Frofidn I. : ., : .,. .: .. ?I? FOR''fifr .
ilernluned will'epp'y .
Parole CV>m from Starke Florida, March 5, 1IHH at,, the hourof .a .
away 10:00'' clock In the 'forenoon .. .L rya
: r
ur reHturatlon all soon of an Driver's can be permit heard for ). -'tf2, 3 u ra nee rf.ifJf The. Entire Famil

Mr. Doylp has received invaluable cordingly.You, will please be governed ac 10tI'\ ,
st -J
This February E, 1946.
It C. I.' BRITT.
.IM i : 1'experience in this line Every day is'bargain

,, CER'V. FLOHIUAI IX CHAN H.-C.; Wall Agency )

"t; and. .the announcement' .of his'return triida Philip 4380ORDER: Kr C. Krelta lt.,OF' Defendant., PUBLICATION Plaintiff. Caae via der-No.' '* *

\: v AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Constant Service Over 50 Years'
will be welcomenews 'STATE; .
OF FLORIDA to: aer- .
trade Krelts, whoae reeldanre and .
address In. 703 Vanderbilt Avenue ..
Brooklyn New York. Ple, Phone 146CLASSIFIEDS. STARADOLPH "Stort
to all of our patrons You are required to appear on .
March, 11, 1946 rn the above named ',' ..
Court. and cause wherein plaintiff .
seeks divorce llradforil County

.t, ,and will help] fulfill] ..'.. In Telrrraph next four Khali weekly publish Issue this.. Order. .. 11 T

Witness my hand and official Beat
at .rke. Florida' this<'P'ebruary '
our.promise of better service B.- 1946.OFFICIAL i. "
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas

,.(o .. An, Clerk of....said.....Court.._ ..._ ,
T. li'r..nk.. ... t_ _a-. _.... _'''_ Ir._ M._ GAY
-- u. g. w..w FOR SALm-Go" farm ,,
mule 8% FOR RENT '
; -- ,3 room house and
Atty. for Plf. -----9-8
: after the war.:. :' __ 4t 6.1IN y.are old, welKht.800 pounds.. See bath also '4 and bath' ,
j Ury Reddish Rte. J, Box 113. near all i Iurnlehed. $ ohO and $35 per of GAY'S SERVICE STATION
cincriT roi'HT. BRADFORD Heilbronn tiprtngn.: 2-1 2tp month. 631 W. Madison St. Phone
: rni'MTY.' F1.0KIUAI IN ,CHAN 148-W. Itp .
CE 3W. FOR SALE'"oulle trailer with wishes to announce
.snU/: !Maria "., custom ,
JUIIlCJ W.STARKF Hlsrhoff Plaintiff. vs. Frank built fair eondl.t FOR RENT-Two I

Ulsrhoff OHDBK Defendant.OF PUBLICATION Caee Ma, 437. Cola. planL'Reasonable' Inquire Coca-Itp bedroom .and Mrs.kitchen room W. 'H.apartment newly Struth. redecorated to his friends and customers

AND NOTICE TO APPEAR I edge of town W. Madison St. Itp
STATE OP FLORIDA to: Frank FOR SALE-1 5-foom; house completely that
Blschoff whose residence and *d- furnish 8..5-wIt h electric
dr.,," la Route No. 1. Box H FOR RENT-Three sleepingrooms, '
Sum- refrigerator and
DRY CLEANERSPHONE mervllle South Carolina. water. heater tf J adjoining lot.hot, private innerspring home, :2 double 1 .single he is now open for: business!
required to appear on newly fenced iir P. O: Box 84S!
March 11, 1(46 In the above named or apply Sit 8. Church St. tf suits.:. Laundry privileges. in his new location
Would like
Court and cause, wherein plain working girls or men,
tiff: seeks, ;. divorce. Bradford County but will take couple. Rent reas
and LAUNDRY Telegraph shall publish thl. Order '.TYPEWtRITER onabl., 118 S. Cherry St. or Box at Court and, Madison Streets
29 8TAS: lu nazi tour weekly Issue, 223, Starkei. Jtp
Witness my hand and official' and OFFICE
seal at Starke. Florida till February ; MACHINE LOST OR. STRAYED-Mare with ..l f : .StarkeFlorida'i ': ;
8 1946.OFFICIAL colt about J .month,..old. Left
,... ( SEAL. ..A.J.'Ioalaa Friday tram ',on old 8tarke-KjJ- Handling A Complete Line of
A* Clerk of .
laid Court, ford:>r a4Lr If seen please notify .
T. Frank Landrum. Stalka,19'forldll. QUICK VICE Mrs. 1..1, :
: Atty. for Plf. ttt 3-) ; ER US &a k40.e.rrRlf_? lip


COl'NTY. -....... LOeT.ellow' tabby cat In
H CBHY. FLORIDA IN .CII4N. vicinity/of. Oranir,.>)t. Please
Now t Marnar et Durham 'Apply Baker" notify Mrs E. D. Tenly P. O. .*
QpetiH .Faajerstrcm I .1. Hux 666 Rendering!
or lire Mamie ,
'Harper .
: S Plaintiff Irom Defendant., vs. Richard Case John No. 4378.Fair r. 333 W Call. St. Kln..lev. Laka.nn_ .it.__. A COMPLETE SERVICEEXSERVICE '
NOTICE! TO APPEAR,! W,Madison after 5
p. m. ,Its
.* ?4E' J''RTA.TE..OF FLORIDA-8.. C. 2nd-u to: KlcHnrd who..e BUSINESS PROPERTY' .' '"- .. . '" '
\y ",
rtsldanc; FOR' 8AL& Breakfant suit,
and address Ix-U. S a, room ME&TOSI2RVE
> Thwemln A. K. >\.-63, Fleet Poet utility cabinet bed. and :3 oil "' : YOU
w Office, San Francisco, California. staves: ,one 6 burner with built -
You are required to appear on BELLS URAL: In oven and one 4 burner, all in O. P. HUTTO, s EiJER'GOOmfAN
5"80U' ,
March 11, 1946, In the above name T' ESTATE rood condition. Mrs. O.. F. 0tJ",". ._ _
RADIO ed tiff Court and cause wherein plain 'I Greatest. advertiser of .....- .28.:i ml*. south of Stoke on Rd. e j l'
seeks divorce and restoration try 2-8 Ztp

of Telegraph maiden hall name Bradford County, /3XXW sole property.of 'Homos Has mad-Verms over_ FOR SALE-* trailers 2 cabins GAY'S
publish thl* Order Aereave. Service StationPHONE
In next four weekly I........ World. Fro Reyes from all ever the built of heavy beaver board. 4
Ilsrlsig. .
Witness' my hand and official open ply waterproof, flooring built of
seal at Starke, ]:Florida. this Feb E.A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY 1x12 cypress. Can be used again.
REPAIR ruary T. 1946.OFFICIAL Easy!: to tear down. Selling cheap. 10 STARKE, FLA.
SHOP Represented
( SHAD A. J.. Thomas Locally By Nick's Trailer Camp, Starke Fla.
A. Clerk of laid Codrt.. F. O. IIOlXlNOaWOBTII 2-8 4tp

!! T.Atty.Frank, for Landrum Plf. Btarke.1-1 Florida 4t J-l 118 So.,, alnnt St. LOST Ladles brown wool shirt

else 14 Jan. 69. between S2i N. I
IN MATTRESSES Walnut St. A New .
CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD oPCall kind reqova Method Cleaner -
CnHINTY. FLOHIOAl IN CIIAMCKHY. ed; furrtlturo upholetered and ... Nice reward. Pleas return
MOST reflnlshed. Drop u. a card. or call 24-J. Mr*. Lucille Pauk-
I COMPLETE LINE OF TUBESIN Ruth F. Collins, Plaintiff, va. HASTINGS MATTRESS COB' x .rd, Itp
Joseph I. Collins, Defendant. Cane ISO. PaJat.... Fla. tf,
TOWN No. 4377. WANTED Kerosene brooder for
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 500 or 1000 chicks Klein, Hte. 2. I[iiOHNSJ
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Box 90. Hellbronn Springs." Itp rd
dress I.. Collins In ,6340 whose Crystal residence Street.and Chl-nd- tures YOU, take WANT your good film to kodak Dahmer'pic

Gift Bhoppe. |.g It
ease Illinois. '

Automobile Radio Court Marrh You and 11 are.' 1948.cau.e.required In wherein the to above appear plaintiff namad on FOR portable 8ALE-typewriter.Brand! new-New Remington" Method

Cleaners. Groceries
Repair seeks divorce. Bradford County it Phone Servic

Telegraph. shall publish this Order Gas. Heat Gas Cooking FOR RENT-Business building with ,
living quarters.-223 S. Walnut 34-
Lights .6
and Replacement Parts St. Itp V

_ W.C.T.U. Completely Furnished ELECTRIC PUMP for sale; automatic -
260 gal. capacity. Good
condition.-E. L. Matthew, Brad- I am again in a position
Our Book A ford County Telegraph. '
Specialty TIlE BEST TIlINGS ARE Room Ahead ,
to' old
FREE For Wife Or Parent GREEN Ideal COVE tourist' SPRINGS! trailer -For lease. serve my custo-
camp or
business location. Immediate.. 'i mere and friends: with
In gloomy tone we need not adjoining Naval Ba... Riverfront H : a

How) cry many thing there are to 4 I LARRY'S PLACE or don highway, J Jax.: Ph frontage.. 2-5417. J. T.. Lan-tf I*.'*. ,, compJete line of 'quality

buyr; i 1000 Feet From B Gate WANTED: Man or woman for groceries. We

ALL WORK GUARANTEED Here Is a thought for you sad. KINGSLEY LAKEFOR you Rawlelgh are' a.hustler.Route.. For Permanent particular If gladly accept -

met wit! Rawlel.h'. D.Pt- FAB- meat orders over
101, It
"The beat Memphis Tenn.
thlnf In life
are RENT-One house and ,three
freer 1-room apartments with gas heat FoR SALE the phone.

QUICK SERVICE The-sire-. the sunshine, and the plant reasonable. ,Inquire Coca-Cola lip -/Rome. vacant lots on Lake Klq.l.y. .-

All gladness FOR 8ALB-Practically-' .
beaaty-th are new horn, '
free.Our well furnished. I bedroom de. A nice little bom In Stark.
IrabU location lot tOKllO, practically furnished..
When In Need of Radio faithful onabl., reas .- '
Service friendship, yro- easy term Writ Box
121 A 4-acr. lot with Our
pathy or call Nov 1. ItpL08TJn.e residence. location is ideal. No

Call 10Located The Joys of living Would appreciate the listings of
-theae ,
are dairy
caw marked nice, vacant worry about
with apar.tme"t.
free. an X. if found notify Stark ,
The Model Dairy Ru I. Box all!!. E. W. HAYES
r budding btoeaoma, stalwart; 1-as $tp and with Lawsdn's Mar-
l I tOo4's FOR SALE Utility
trailer, cheap.
open \ountry-th FOR SALE:-Four room dwelling on May be seen at home of Mrs. ket on side Carl
are west side of Weller Su House Josephine Davis, across from one and ,
free." about three year old food con. Conway Airpark on old Ralford

in The more we look the more we dition.arrange Reasonably term to right'prlc.d party.and can Be. Road. Itp Johns Feeds and ,FertilizersAcross -

see Jo* IB. Wllsoa, 100 Call 8U! FOR RENT
-3-room apt. iras heat.
GAY'S SERVICE How ready precious thing: aPe FOR -Mrs. a H. Johns 8r.. 103 WashInjtion the street,
STATIONCourt freet -NIc ,furnished cottages St. it
t to 6 ;rooms, electricity, you will find it
The heart will find more thaa running water farm land, mule FOR SALE-Mattres*, breakfast set. very'con.venient
the and farm Implements If desired ft burner oil range, kitchen table
& Madison Streets eye Cheap. L B. Jordan. Rte 2, Box Windsor rocker 3 burner, eli i to .
Of things we do not. have to S04. to right At old highway 49. heater chest of drawers and
buy. Near Newsom'r dairy. a-t Jtp vanity dresser. See Mrl Dal. at
Carpenter's Drug Store
Ye, think how very rkh are FOR SALIC-1 -room house'com .
weWhen pletely furnished with electric. 0''.. FOR MALE-Fox. : terrier thoroughbred .
frlBerator. ass ranic. 1-year-old male. See Mr.
OPERATED all the beat of thing hot water heater. P. O.heater Box and 148 Dale at Carpenter' Drug Store.
BY are free. or apply au s.. Church St. Starke. lip

-John Martin. _. tf WANTED-Man with horse and MAKE
Chas. C. FOR SALE-Complete furnishing. [ Plow to plow up lot. Apply Wash
Shepherd ,
ington St., 4 blocks .
"BLESSED IS THE NATION of two bedrooms and klt"'I.". In. west of Brad
WHOSE GOD 18 TIlE LORD" eluding water heater gas stove and ,refrigerator automatic,gas all f. High SchooL Mrs. Dlllee R"eII.u YOUR SHOPPING CENTER

(PMdrna 1311%.) In excellent. condition. I
Apply 1
Mrs M. Lecln.. % Mitch Edward k 11'01RENTt 2-rora apartment
[ with private baths. Across from
I USO. Phone I or (4.. Its --



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