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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 15, 1946
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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Official County Publication Established In 1877 _

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81\TY-EIOHT iiiI FLORIDA. FRIDAY,| FEBRUARY 15, 1046 NUMBER SEVENTEEN
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jtration. She Sews' A Fine Seam Salvation Army .Being New Power InstalledAt Unit City Emerges From Red To Black "




is Now Open Plans New :Camp City on the PlantWork installation of a During Era of Camp Blanding ,



recincts Near StarkeMajor new in Fairbanks-Morse the City Light generatingunit & Water Shrewd management by the city government and war time prosperity

Plant Is progressing ,this week, lifted the Town of Starke, Incorporated, out cf the red l .,

with completion scheduled for the and healthily Into the black In the past three years.

LRoi| I of Registration J. R.U Ernest Pickering, State latter part of February. Starke's revenue climbed from $128.73389 In 1942 to 1179,179.15 yr

announced the district Commander of the Salvation George B. Flynn plant supeiln- last.. year, while expenses of 9130.67217 in 1942 mounted to only 1 1l46,35b.25
handling the Army, Wednesday announced plans
;
who are
I'g a $ : In 1045. I r
tendent, stated that the city has
voters in 'this for the development of an 80-
lion, of acre tract on Bedford Lake'Southeast of necessity been purchasing one These figures' were obtained from the city audit recently com ,

third of its power for several pleted for the Council by Roy U Purvis, Gainesville certified publleaccountant !
of Starke for I'
intq a
Hill camp
Louis H. ,
let No 1,
The addition It
will ,
r "less fortunate" mothers and chil
il, Lawtey No 2, Mrs.. Verdle S.orth w14 1 : dren. is believed, take care of the community's When Starke entered Its Oct. 1, '41 to Sept 30, '42 fiscal year ',

ct Starke. Major Pickering was accom needs. the city was 43990.20 In debt, but the past Sept. 30 found the town ,4

\ panied hero by two other officers The Installation will include a solvent by a comfortable margin of $128,01656\ which was $37,016.50
ct No 3, C. A. Driggers, 690 and 1 fea-
horsepower engine,
of the Jacksonville headquartersof more than the indebtedness of $89,000.00.This .

Garage south Starke. the Salvation Army-Major W. tures oil-cooled pistons and full month the city wiped Its slate clean of the old portion of ,
4, EX T. Young,
et No. lubrication. The work is
B. Purdue, public relations secretary pressure bonded Indebtedness by paying In full $42,000.00 borrowed at 6 per R,
telng: supervised by C. D. Pease,
and Adjutant Paul Thron- cent in 1916 for street paving and a sewer system. This leave outstanding i y
let No.5. Mrs. Pearl M. 4I Fairbanks-Morse engineer, of At-
burg division secretary. They lanta. : only the $47,000000 of 3 percent water and sewer revenue a
store, Hampton. f
axon's
stopped briefly in Starke while on certificates Issued in 1943 to make the recent water and sewer system
let No.6. Mrs. Delaney1bn. ti- o NI' their way to inspect the site' of
improvements begun that year.
Theressa. the proposed camp and stated that 35 FFA Boys
The municipally owned electric and water plant brought the
let No. T M. I*- Johns, Mrs. Cora B. Jones of Starke,I is pictured above accepting what plans will\ be announced soon for
Enjoy Trip largest sum of Into the till; while other sources of revenue ,
'er. she estimates to be her 100,000th repair Job niiice opening her tailor the formation of a Salvation Army money
such as taxes, occupational licenses, building and electric and plumbIng
let No. 8. R. A. Colson, hop.at Camp Blanding more than throe years ago. If all the chevron committee in Starke. To Florida Fair
permits, sewer taps and fees, fines and bonds, and paving assessments
| Store, Brooker, she has sewn, on sleeves during that time were placed end to end The 80-acre tract:was given to 1

oks were opened on-'Feb. they would probably reach from handing to Starke. Mr,. Jones is the organization more than 20 Thirty-two agriculture boys were responsible for the rest

will be open'from 9 a. assisted In her shop by two other member of her family, Atlas: Cora.belle years ago by a man who had been from Bradford High School at City Income
tended the Florida State Fair In
Source 1041-42 1944-43
befriended the Salvation
from 2 m. by Army.
noon, and p. Jones and Mrs. Sarah Jones. :
each day except Sun- It Is described as a beautiful campsite Tampa Friday and Saturday. Ele. & Water Plant ______- $87,171.79 .. $135.327.47
m.
Igigtratlon for election -dislill .- Ideally suited for the purposeof i They were accompanied by their Other ____________u_____. 41,562.10 __ 43,85168

close March 4th. S. J. Norman, Pioneer Farmer, Buried SundayIn the proposed camp which will teacher, V. R. Ferguson and were
while
be to afford mothers and childrena quartered at MacDlll Field
[registration books at thef Was Over 90 Years of Total Income $128,733.89 $179, 17915
AgeOn
Dyal Cemetery--
vacation where the mother will
the Supervisor of. Regla- there.Each The city's largest Item on the outgoing side of the ledger la the
be relieved of much of the responsibility chapter had a. livestock
Iwlll open March 5th and a sandy knoll In old Dyal Mr, Norman reared a family of and farm expense of operations at the electric and water plant, which rosa
a
of the children for a judging team crop)
iril 20th. I three and sharply during the three The city's regular Items of
Cemetery near the northwestern boys eight daughters period of ten days. It Is stated team which judged the exhibits year. expense
[Irst primary will be heldh edge of Bradford.County, Samuel all of whom were at his bedside that the I Initial expenditure will In the F. F. A booth. The Starke such as wages, maintenance of fire and police departments, debt Interest -

and the .second May Jackson Norman 90-year-old! when the end came.. They are F.. be around $25,000 with possibility group had six dozen eggs In the I and retirement, street paving and maintenance, garbage collection

pioneer farmer, wall buried Sun- T Norman, Lakeland; L. L. Norman of expansion the future., The exhibit but the results of the and the like were reduced $11,000.00 by the city government

day morning at 11 t>'clock.A Starke; H. S. Norman, Law- development will be started in the judging are not known yet. during the three year period In spite of rising war-time... costs. .,ly

ice Center patriarch of the western partof tey; Mis. W. E. Lewis, Plant City; very near future, Major Pickering The local boys left Friday DlitburoenwntA. '

the county, Mr. Norman was Misses Peculla, Eula, and Ella stated. morning' and returned Sunday. Items 1941-48 1044-43

(opened born In 1855: : and was'reared within Norman, who live on the home The F. F A. paraded at the fair Plant Operation __.____ $ 63,543.56.. $ 90,15098

blic Here a stone's throw of his present place. C..;'Yarbrpughnnd Mrs. S. W. Whitehead Mrs. L.Mrs.J. L.. Bishop Juhan and held a short meeting In frontof Other ______._....___. 67,128.61 .. 56.20427

farm home near New River. Death the grandstand where Gov .-.... _-... ......_.,
being closed during the Rdnfroe, all of tile; western partof To Preach At -r
Honor
8 at awarded an
came Friday morning/Feb. Caldwell was '
and Mrs. S. P.Yarbrough Total Expenses $130,672.17 $146,355.25:
If the Starke Itec- the county) ,
,
I Center January reopened its doors of 11:34 11 days.o'clock, following an illness ,. Raiford. He is also St. Mark's SundayThe ary state Degree president by of Bandy the F.Johnson F. A.Allboys In spite of the city's economical budget for the 1944-45: fiscal

r to servicemen., Mrs. Mat survived by two brothers, Jeff year, Starke' contributions during that year for health, education
Rt., Rev. Frank A Juhan, who attended greatly
agan, the new director: The son of pioneer settlers of Norman and F M. Norman, Route and civic purposes far exceeded those of any previous year, a. foW
who Bishop of Florida, will conduct the the exhibits and the mid
western Bradford County, enjoyed
2 Starke and 22 grandchildrenand
eight months,was build- I lows: t
i came here from Georgia, probably 11 o'clock service at St. Mark'sEpiscopal
ager of the local" USO, I 21 great grandchildren. Church on Sunday, Feb- way.Attending Health Cllnle __.__,_ $1,65000
around 1830, Mr. Norman held at were J. L. Shares,
at plans are',being mad the Funeral services were ruary 17 Bishop Juhan will Vernon Defense Council __...._.___t_ 755.07'U.
homesteaded "Just across Beam Robert Cox.
in CemeterySunday Bobby
. recreational,.need* of solid graveside Dyal after ? ._ ,_.. _.. .
road" from the original homeslte' o'clocltiwlth'' preach, and service will meet Crosby,. Clifton Oriffls. Rodney S. O. ? ?_? ? ? 116.95 --*
| sailors visiting, tha cityp mornlngsat with,.the.Yes try,*Vtba'Rectory.;' .. ,... Libsary--. ... soo.oo *" ,. a: ; -
,
Max : 4
'a11,- Richard May; Bruce *
nt.
remainder "
of his ,father,,..and. *s> thev theAev. L -G Ji _lRlngwaY"ofStarke
.lij.t.ndhag-,4.the pel'base 'of his long"end useful officiating. Key-McCabe 'Always a welcome speaker, the well:Jack Russell\ E. T. Young-, Fla. 'WatBund: ,?_?!.-."---___ 100.00.. JV 1"f. ,
Green: Cove
The facilities at : VU1 also life tilling the soil. Back in the Funeral Home of Jacksonville was Bishop .will..be heard by manyof Cecll'D.vls' Julian Green, W G, Am. Red Cosa *_...________ 100.00 % ".

able for children and teen- days before the boll1 weevil made in charge of arrangements. the,friends of St. Mark's with Hayes, Jr., Eldridge Hayes' B. W Canning Center,.._,,__...__._ 1,000.00 '"
and the ,entire Churchcongregation
In this, Pallbearers were his grandsons, pleasure Hodges, Curtis Byrington. Gene
[rty groups, its unwelcome appearance Is expected to be '
A. B. Whitehead, Lowell Yar- Andrews, Doyle'Crews, Doyle Total Gifts $,022.02
Norman success-
state, Mr. was a
building, on Church street present. The Young.People's Ser-
ful cotton grower. In later years brough, Samuel Renfroe, J. B. Conner, Stanley Crawford, MaurIce When It came to patriotism the City substituted action' for words
ck north of Call, features vice League will act as a choir. Edwards, W. E. Faxon, Ronald
and lie engaged in general truck farm- Whitehead, Harold Yarbrough and and purchased $80,000.00 worth of war bonds In 1943, '44, and '45.
jortable lounge, library Clarence Lewis. At the Mission Board meeting Grlffls. Jack Hall, B. C, Holtzen- I

room, with a piano and immediately following the servicethe dorf, Elmer Johns, I*. J. Kite,

onograph comb inatlon. Bishop .will consult 'With the Milton Norman, Billy Sapp, Pete Lucian Conner Employed SecretaryOf

|are a. variety of parlor Ing.Cork Vestry about the appointment of Sapp Howard Thompson, Stephen

Including ping pong tables,, ShortageDelays City to Impound a successor to the Rev. Grover Weldon and'M. L. Jotins. Starke C of C ..:.. Room Listings Sought I

checkers, jig saw puzzles Alison, recent Incumbent of St.

rd games Active, since Mark's who has gone to Grace
JB43, the center is novthe PlantWork Stray Cattle, Church San Jose Jacksonville. Red Cross Nurse Lucian Conner, who was discharged ->
from the service Dec.
JBtabllshment\ in the corn Plans will also be made by the Guest At RotaryMildred on
16 after serving for 18 months as
|to offer such accommoda- Board with the Bishop about car
on Starke's projected Livestock entering the city rylng on the work of the Church Minchew, field directorof billeting sergeant for the Air
cold storage limits of Starke will 'henceforthbe the American Red Cross at the Transport Command on Tarawa
and
:enter quick-freeze Service Center for a Recreation
will be dally
opened impounded until payment of a In Jacksonville and also in Hawaii, has accepteda
day from 2 to 10 plant has, been suspended, H. A. Center for released service men, U. S. Naval Hospital
m.
p. Lawson said this week, becauseof fee by the owner, according to as well as those still at Blanding. was guest speaker at the position as executive secretary tit, ,

shortages of materials resulting an ordinance passed by the City and such of the Green Cove Naval Rotary Club Wednesday, telling a of the Starke Chamber of Commerce d .fi

ry Rites Held, from strikes. Mr. Lawson Indicated Council January 29th. Personnel as may 'be In Starke; I few of her many experiences ,
d
gt. Johnson that essential materials, and The measure has proved neces- and as a Youth Center for the gained during two years of serviceas Mr. Conner will have desk space ,,3 <
not be Clerk Carl Johns said Red Cross Nurse In the European temporarily in the courthouse of- ,1
In particular, cork, may sary, City Starke young people until such a re. 9
I i iI
fice of A. J., Thomas, clerk, untilthe I ji;
although a Inasmuch as the presence of free- Theatre.
Gainesville Dally Sun)t avaUable this year, time as plans are perfected for
final prediction as to the deliveryof ranging animals on lots, yards the civic use of the old V.S.O. in The speaker told of many instances new Chamber of Commerce

Tai services for Bernice supplies has not been made. and streets has become a prob- this way. Reports will also be in which the Red Cross office Is completed.Since I '

f. 38-year-old soldier who Construction, it was stated, will lem to town propertyholders.A heard on the Reconstruction and had been of aid and comfort to Navy officers and enlisted

Ihls home, 312 North Roper be resumed when these materialscan fee of $1.00 per day will be Advance work planned by the hospitalized service men who were men are coming to Starke in Increasing -

I Sunday afternoon, Feb..3, be obtained. When completed, charged for the Impounding of Church.A also burdened with domestic numbers, looking for S

tII Wednesday at 3' p. m.M the. plant will have a capacityof cows, horses, mules, sheep and cordial welcome Is extendedto troubles at home. She stated that places to live, landlords are asked

Thomas Funeral Home. 300 individual lockers, and Is goats. The fee will be 50c per all to share the service with there la still a big job to be done, to advise Mr. Conner when they
ohnson the war la over, and have vacancies, and also to notify iii
who had recently to aid in storage of the commun I day for other animals. the congregation of St. Mark's. even though
I from overseas, is sur- meats' and vegetables. ; asked for cooperation in the ap- him when vacancies that have
Y his widow Mrs. Chris- ity's I I proaching Red Cross drive for been listed are filled. He may be

l1n on, one brother Pratt Singing ConventionTha'Bradfprd Methodist ChurchThe i Hallie Jones Back funds. reached by phoning :112.

three sisters Miss Oudia &L. Miss Minchew was accompaniedto
Rev W. J. Churchwell, pastor With F. P.
Mrs. w. P. Campbell, County Singing returned Saturday from the the meeting by Mrs. Edward
Carr McClemore. the returned this weekto Burns, executive secretary of the
Convention will meet with of Evangelism held in Hallle Jones
; Conference Red Cross Chapter Middleton Office March of Dimes
V McCaul of the First Brookes Baptist Church on Sunday Atlanta last week at Wesley his capacity as Chief Clerk Bradford County

Church and Dr. Jack An- Feb. 24 for an afternoon Memorial Church., It was attended with the Starke branch. Florida ,.and both were, introduced by Being Remodelled Total $676.75Collections

I of the First Methodist session beginning at 2 o'cl.ock.Thla by delegates from Georgia and Power A Light Company after Dr. M. B. 'Herlong.,' Dew chapter

officiated at the -servioea announcement Is made by A. Florida and goals,were set up for three. years' service in the Army chairman. Remodelling will- begin Mondayon for the local :Marchof

e following serving .. O Crosby, president of the Con- the second phase, of the Crusadefor Air Force. the :Middleton office buildingon \ Dimes campaign have. reached

ers: **. M. Clarke A. Clar- vention, and T. N. Norman vice- Christ, now under way. ,In Jones was discharged, with the Mrs. Landingham South Thompson Street recently $679.75: according to Van H. Car-

'''NeW S. II:. McKinney. J. president. the Starke church committee. are rank of staff sergeant in. Intelligence Dies Jacksonville purchased by Roy Ward, den, county campaign director.All : .

ey, Jr., D. E. Camp W. D. being appointed, and details rare work after being stationedat of Carpenter's Drug Store. The totals have not been reported

W, A. Huntington and J. Lytle being worked out. Sunday. Feb. Lake Charles La.... and the Mrs. Hester Van Landingham, new facilities will, from about with the final count to 1 be an-
Wayne
ichael Daniel instruction MacDlll. Avon Park and Fort furnish nounced next week.. School children -
24, will be the day of general native of Bradford' County, died April 1st joint occupancy
Allowing served as honor- 'Funeral' services were held in Myers air bases. A major shareof at her home in Jacksonville last for Dr. W. E. Middleton and Dr.J. have contributed $308.84.

bearers'' : Herbert Hart, Ocala Tuesday morning for Daniel The pastor will speak\ Sunday his duties was connected: with Saturday afternoon, following along M. Hembree. It 1s stated that The campaign, sponsored annually
ben, j. c. Mr. Instruction in the Identification of Dr. Middleton's office hours will the National Foundation
Hoover Mr. Lytle. young son of morning. Feb. 17. on the subjectof illness. Burial was In Edge- by
A, Phlfer. CvH, Thomas, and Wayne Mrs: Ernest Lytle of Kingsley "The Challenge of the Church." aircraft for B-23 and! A-26 medium wood Cemetery.Mrs. be in the morning Dr. Hembree's for Infantile Paralysis In observance

IZetrouer, W. L.. Benton V. Lake, who died of pneumonia Evening sermon topic "It Is I. bomber trainees. Van Landingham was a sister In the afternoon. Dr. Hembree'swork of the late Pr'lIlde.nt'Roo.e-

ewell, and Grady Benton. Feb. 11. Interment fol- Be Not Afraid." Young People's Prior to_his military service, of Mrs. O. J. Griffin of Starke, here Is to be maintained In velt's birthday, began January14th
Monday
fry rites were,held.at the lowed in Weirsdale Cemetery there meeting 6:15. Prayer Meeting Jones was with the Florida Power. and Mrs Susie Griffin of Jack conjunction with his position as and was officially closed on

under the direction of DeWitt C. each Wednesday evening. Bible A Light Company for six yearl.He in sonville. 'She lived In Palatka a staff surgeon at the Florida State the 31st. Collection boxes were
mploye Tuesday after is maintaining residence before moving to JaiksonvUl I placed throughout the county, and
Jones. Mr. Lytle Is an Story Hour each while Farm, at Ralford.
with his wife, formerly
child invited i Lawtey all businesses were canvassed.
and the All children 33: ago.
Blanding 2:30.: years work Is In
at While the
of. Camp sister Carolyn' noon Bible stories, singing -: Florelne Boggess of Stuart and progressDr. The initial_..__" Birthday Ball_ __ was_ _not_
Is survived by a to enjoy Middleton will\ occupy the office -
children.
C'1t.1 and a brother, Ernest, III, beside visual Bible verses and 1'41- their two PresbyterianThe of the late Dr. O.. L. Hayneson held year.

Of. his parents. ireshments. South Water St.
C'o.lQl1ro.._ Major SternbergOut Presbyterian! Church offers Opensthle Plumbing Shop


(1'1t'to''a.. ............(' li1 / Bible Story HourThe I I For School BoardEddie of ServiceMajor the Feb.following 17: Sunday services School for will Sunday meet, Leases BuildingThe Resale R. Thomas, who was dig-t

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7.m'''0 4; ..... 13J Community Bible School un- J. Lewis of Brooker announced Sam Sternberg was discharged at 9:45: : with Mrs. Jeanette Youngas tourist home at the copier charged from the Navy on Dec 4
after 21 months In the Navy, r
Is acandidate The pastor, 31
Af leadership of Mrs. W. J. this week that he from the service at Camp Superintendent. of Temple Avenue and Jefferson
der the Boardof West will use for the where he served as a ShtpfltUr
Green election to the following three Rev. J. U ,
R. A. for Blending Tuesday
Churchwell and Mrs. Street (former office of Dr. M..
Methodist District in the dental morning sermon'subject, "TheGreatest 2-c, has opened a plumbing shopIn
met Tuesday.at the Public Instruction from and a half years B. Herlong) has been leased by Ave. and .,
Man Ever Re- Starke at Temple .
Shock a
ehO- of the of which time he
93 most
Building with Mr. Lewis is a native Corps, H. A. Anthony, county surveyor,
Recreation 3. The choir will be under 11th St. Mr. Thomas was engaged -
'dental clinicat ceived.
from lived head of the
has >
dren present. The program aid Brooker section and spent as Ga. He the direction of Mrs. E. E. Lansing from Mrs. Ida Alderman,of Gran- In thl.'work before entering
Field Albany
2:30 until 3:30: featured' visual. At: there his entire life. He has prevl- Turner to his dental officein : with Mrs. E. M.: Davis at din. The building will continue asa the .service and obtained much
reopen '
stories and motion do deg group nn.iv served four years as a member plans Daytona Beach at an early the organ. Everyone la Invited to rooming house, under Mr. additional experience: wblle-In! the,. j jI
and twoyears *
a. .
the close of the program which were of the School Board, .4. ,aitejwJ,, ..Anthony;*. ma rtgte'r'"c t. +rav; .
posed for pictures as Its chairman. I

!taken.,*>y )Ms;*..Church well. ,iI I i V




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;1 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEQnAPD, n'ARID!? FIARmAzs FRIDAY. FEBRUAnv "
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e e . e for two weeks. counties or to otb r states R. R. Board Candidate interests
Mrs. Maggie Norman and son. Every farmer should become k Mr. King has already
Iffic THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH TheressaBy Joe and granddaughter Joan, thoroughly familiar with these;' Visitor TuesdayWilbur extensively in the ,nUrertJ,

were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed- practices for which payment 1 Is I' campaign and states teat
1 C. King of Zolfo Springs lit
q1
Established 1877 Irene CochtaneMrs. ward Norman Sunday. made and plan to carry cut as very optimistic over his J
. I candidate for State Railroad Commissioner p i
.
.
.
.
K. L Matthew* .?_________ Editor and Owner e e Mr. and Mrs. Austin Fowler are many of them as are adapted to If elected he promise a J fair
visited Starke
now living In Mr. and Mrs. Olin his farm. Full Information maybe I I briefly aggressive administra
Merle Packham of Ala Tuesday afternoon. In the Interest tlon.
had at this office. .
Graves' house, and Mr. and Mrs
.... _"'-I! Weekly on Friday. and Entered M Second Clam Matter bama Is spending a few weeka; John McKinney are living in the Market for cucumbers will be of his candidacy.Mr. TO WHOM:'IT MAY
M the Poat Office at Stark. Florida. with her parents Mr. and Mra house they formerly occupied established at Macclenny this King served In the State This Im to certify th'ONCIIJ t ht!!
Clyde Mall and with her hua this Senate in the 1945 Legislative session signed will on !
which belongs to Mr. McKinney'sdaughter. spring and the farmers of Febryary 1946. applyIO".IL'8
and Mrs. W.
Mr.
band's parents, county are Invited to grow a considerable and Is a former member of Judge of Bradford c-
C-ount
It Seems That. W. Packham.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Starling acreage for this market. the Board of County Commissioners for trator Final of Discharge the Eiitate aa'A$",
and Mra. Albert Hardee ot; of ]
LGr
of A large pickling company has a- In Hardee County, 'where Orant. deceaiwd.
and have moved Into part
One day this week the Telegraph received along Jacksonville were Hardee visiting Friday.theIr the home eon of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. greed: to pay market price and he has citrus cattle and farming j I-JI Ut HARRr a.u H. "BS8SEE :
Henry
housing officer brother has guaranteed a minimum price.
the
distance telephone call from Navy Bennett. Mr. Starling will help
Mra. Ben Loper and son. Harry Those wishing further Information -
in Green Cove Springs. Mra. A. H. Kelsay and Mra. Dan farm the place this year. should see'me.
"We have been sending lots of men over to Starke Loper were visiting Mrs Frank Mr. and Mrs., Edward Norman much

he said, "but not many of them have found satisfactory Kelaay and daughter. Elaine last were visiting In New River and In Forest demand products and each are farmer very should FLY & BUY

accommodations. They come back to Green Cove disappointed Friday. Brooker Sunday afternoon.Mr. market some, of his timber now ,

and some of the reports are not too favor- Mra. J. W. Wilson o* Amerlcus, and Mrs. Nate Dyal and son If he can get the labor to do so. thePiperCub
and Mrs.
able to Starke." Oa. is spending: a few days with Tommy were visiting Mr A farmer cannot be blamed for not

When queried as to the specific nature of the complaints her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Lee SpringsSunday.Ayers and .family near High selling his timber oy stumpage,

the Navy housing officer stated that some of Loper. S 2-c Beryl Casey of Daytona but he should plan to get the full
and
the desired degree of Mrs. Beck Kinney Thomas value out of It by"putting it on
the places here did not present Harte Beach Is spending a 15-day recuperation '
Mr. and Mrs. Bert were
cleanliness and in many instances rents were still out leave with his parents the market himself.'
In Starke Friday.
of reach of Navy enlisted personnel! lIe was not tryingto shopping We are sorry to hear of R. M. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Casey having Poles are very badly\ needed at .
indict Starke he said, but was simply stating factsas Hersey'g Illness and glad that he received a foot Injury in a plane this time for power 'line poles. The
he found them, knowing that Starke was anxious to Is a little better now. crash In Daytona on Jan. 21. REA has not been able. to extend FLIGHT INSTRUCTIONby
Rev. J. I. Chason of Hampton lines for farmers because of the
into
cooperate in every way to bring the Navy personnel Miss Elizabeth Phillips spent
I will preach at the Graham lack of poles. Those having good Ralph Cheshire
this community. Thursday of last week with her
.. Baptist Church Sunday morningat pole timber should help relieve
father, D. J. Phillips.
Almost every day now Navy couples come into 11 a. m. Rev. Abel Brown of this shortage by putting poles on
Walter Loper, S 1-c of Mobile I ,-- ,
the Telegraph office inquiring about vacancies so we In his Mr. Starke will hold the evening service the market.
Ala. visiting parents
are passing this information on for what it might be and Mrs. E. S. Loper. at 7:30: p. m. Sunday School

worth to landlords with vacancies and to the com- Mrs. J, C. Cochrane and daughter will meet at 10 a. m., with Mrs. IJf CIRCUIT COURT, IIRADFORD
munity at large. It will be to the advantage of the Irene Mrs. E. S. ,.Sibley and Harvey Starling as Superintendent. COUNTY CEHV. FLORIDA IN: CIIAN- Conway-Libby U-Fly-It Service

landlord if he will take stock of his rental property and Mrs. Jimmie Swindell were Chopping Everyone' Is Invited to at- Helen P. Hurst, Plaintiff ".. Daniel
it is the "border line" then he should N. Ilnrnt Defendant. Case'No. 4346. CONWAY AIRPARK
if he finds that on In Gainesville Monday. tend.Rev. ORDER PUBLICATION
and and water. Then Swindell and L. G. Hemingway of NOTICE TO APPEAR
wisely invest in a little paint soap Mrs. S. R. son AND

when the place is spic and span if he feels that he Walter are spending a few days Starke held service an at Interesting the church Impromptu N".STATE Hurst OF whose FLORIDA re.ld.nc to: U Daniel unknown 4 Blocks West.of Union Bus Station
can lower his rent just a sHade, that will be all to the with Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan .
Tuesday night when a program You are required to appear on
good also. and family in Alachua.S. scheduled failed to ma- February 26 1846, In the above Phone 32 or 147 Ring 2
Adkins and Mr. Smith and originally named Court and cause, wherein
The Navy people are knocking at our door, but it daughter, Kitty of Jacksonvillewere terialize. Rev. M. T. Knight of plaintiff neek divorce. Bradford
to drive 26 miles Womble of County Telegraph ehall publlali thus
not Maxvllle and
is evident that they are going visiting: Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hugh Order In next four weekly Ismiea.
each way per day to live in places that are not clean Hersey and family Sunday. Cairo Ga., who is visiting rela- Witness my band and official
and comfortable. tives In Graham, also spoke brief- seal at Starke Florida, this Jan-
Wiley Williamson of Hamptonwas uary 24. 1948.OFFICIAL .
visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. M. ly. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas

Hersey and Mr.. and Mrs. L. V. A.Zach Clerk H. Douglas of laid,Court Quiresvl., Fla. oN..WAY'Sp1' '

The blue-stockinged residents of 42 square milesin Williamson Sunday. FARM NOTES Atty. for Pit. 1-25 4t 2-15 I '

southwestern Connecticut and New York's wealthy Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Zebedee Hy L. T. Dyer, County Agent

Wfetchester County were set violently aflutter last visiting and son,Mrs.Johnnie Delaney, of Starke Dickinsonindfamlly were The Soil Conservation program ( Service Station
week the announcement that their '
by property
was Thursday of last week. offers many opportunities to the
desired by the United Nations Organization, as the W. S. Sibley attended church in farmers this year In improvingtheir PHONE '147 RING Z FOR SERVICE

site of the new world capital. Starke Sunday.Rev. soil fertilizing, liming, establishing .

The Scofields, and the Hoyts, and the Altschuls Squires of Palatka will permanent pastures mow-
and .the Sachs didn't like the idea at all. They sup- preach at the Baptist Church Ing pastures and setting pines. Oil Changing

posed the UNO must establish a world capital somewhere next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock The Conservation payments-cover Greasing
and Sunday night at 7:30.: JEvery- about 80 per cent of the cost of
but certainly this could be done( without disturbing Waxing
one Is invited. carrying out the practice.
their pretty estates and lavish country clubs. BTU meets at 6:30: Sunday afternoon In' the new program the farmers (r Washing
erg. .
Let someone else make the sacrifice. '
and Sunday School at 10 of this county may earn j
Certainly their reluctance to give up their homesis a i. m. $21,400 this year. If this amountis Polishing

understandable but we cannot help but wonder if Mr. and Mra. J. Zebedee and not earned in this county It ,". Tire RepairsELECTRIC
these people have stopped to consider what one atomic eon, Johnnie of Starke, Mrs. Elsie ; will be! reapportioned to other

Bomb would do to their little Westchester-Connecticut Hall and daughter Patsy Ruth, '
paradise? Much better give it up to the UNO now thanto of> Gainesville, MI'II.'Delaney DickInson w ARC WELDING

ace rt become a replica of Hiroshima. And that is and daughter Grace, visitedMr.
more than likely what will happen unless this same and Mrs. W. 'D. Oarrett in CARPENTER'SI '
world capital that they are balking about is established. Daytona Beach Sunday.' Souwul AMOCO GAS ONE HOUR
Come to Christian Union Lock
..a.._... Sunday night at 7:30.Graham., every I I 1 OIL. & GREASE

Can Use More Pulpwood t '. . . :Fire; Insurance Quaker- State. "


-1 I MBWRITE P F r TIMBER DEPT is a.sure way toprotec't Oil

Container Corp'n. of America Fernandina. Fla. By U.... Edward Normane Sealed Containers

e e ,. e e_ e .. e e your

Mra. W. P. Bennett la spending propertyCharley RIDE''
a few weeks with her son and FLORIDA AUTO LITE
ENJOY GOOD FOOD ATSTANLEY'S daughter.In-law, In Jacksonville. BATTERIESTake
MOTOR LINES
Mr. and Mra. E. T. 'Young had E. Johns
as their guests last week their & GREYHOUND

son-in-law and daughter Mr. and PRESCRIPTION Agency BUSSES
RANCH Mra. Charles Robuck of Ocala, hone .IS STABIUC FLA.
For "HtIf71_
and Mrs. Young'. brotherinlawand PHARMACIST Safety e ,I
sister Mr. and Mrs. John ... Comfort & Economy -

3 MILES SOUTH OF TOWN ON ROAD 28 Jones of Badtn, N. C. They all Phone 64 STARKE 8J"P_ Phone 147
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....
enjoyed a visit to Silver Springs. Care Of ItEverybody's
Mra. R. G. Womble and son, On-the-Minit Service "...,...nt1nti TRAVELERS.! Hartford
Hugh of Cairo, da. were visiting
Mrs. Womble's brother-in-law and
STEAKS CHICKEN sIster. Mr, and :Mra. Leon'Wynn
'
over the weekend.. :Mra. Womble

returned to her home Tuesday and happy. Have a. Coca-Cola
SEAFOOD
Hugh remained for a longer visit.I .
have been asked to announce
that a miscellaneous shower will '"
DINNER PARTIES SOLICITED be given at the Christian ChurchIn 1f a'.

Graham Friday Feb.\ 13: at 2 ,
t p. m. for Mr and Mrs. John McKinney -
and family. The McKInney R I\li''p lit

home and their complete furnishings .
were destroyed by fire on T
Monday of last week. A shower
Meat will also. be given at the Christian L ,
Shortage? Church In Starke on Tuesday, l = '
Feb. 19, from 3 till 5 for the fam ( _
ily. Everyone Is Invited. 2 _

Gene Watson spent the weekend .
with Sherman Crosby at Sun- _

There's No Meat nybrook.Mr. .
Shortage and Mrs. Cecil Thomas of _
St. Petersburg were visiting Mra.
Thomas' brother and sister-in-law
rr
atGreen's
Mr. and Mrs.: Edward Norman, _
last week.

Mrs. Kate Starling and grandson -
LeMar Starling, are visiting J

Grocery .I her eon and daughter-in-law Mr.
and Mrs. Calvin Starling\ in Tampa -

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1 the pause that, refreshes. brightens the trip 1

Grade
The pause; that rcfrtshe with ice

oversea Have A Colts was a welcome greeting heard behind nearly every fighting, # / '
PROMPT SERVICEDAHMER'S /
-- front.. Now,- they are headed'back to the folks the old home town and the gang.,
BEEF -

i In for; away lands ice-cold Coke brought them a touch of home, and comradeship to


f-i GIFT SHOP brighten many a drab moment: ..just as it goes on trighteninghappy momenta at. home.OTTIIO .

AT CEILING PRICES srkeP.n
110 EAST CALL ST. UMDIt AUTHOIITV OP THI COCA.COIA COMPANY I. the r.gsel.rsd.d U' '
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1 STARKE COCA-COLA
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here with little Billy North.

kr2vIcF PIRADE) : Little Ruth Beasley of '''Lake
State Farm 'IT* "I rts
Butler visited Mr. and Mrs. R. W, ffi(J it

MITCHELL TROY KNIGHT GEORGE Hy I.\In. Bryan WMtfleld Brannen Saturday and Sunday. ,
KICKS C.
POWELL
D. s
y TO NAVYes DISCHARGED FROM MARINES ON WAY HOME . . . A. A. Jordan and son, Jim
SFKIW: _
Frank of Headland Ala.
were at
| D Ricks Jr., S 1-c, has Sgt. Mitchell Troy Knight, son T-5 George C. Powell son of BRIDGE-TEA the
of Farm afternoon cal-
Mr. and Mrs. Saturday ,
D. I. Knight, Mr.
with his and Mis. Charlie
leave Powell of Entertaining at her home
a Wednesday ling on old friends
enJoyinB Route 2, Starke, has been dis- They were
Starke. is
Mrs. J, D. Ricks on his way back home afternoon of last week accompanied "Baddy"
Mr and charged from the Marine by Dean of
Corps at from the Pacific
for discharge. He Mrs. J. C. Wallace honored Mrs Tallahassee..
with the
rke After serving Cherry Point N. C. He served was last on duty with the 4025th i J. R. Kite with a bridge-tea. This
L Guam and Saran, heLen with ordnance In the Solomonsand Signal Service Capt. and Mrs. Colin Tucker
on Group, Base M. courtesy was occasioned by Mrs.
discharged from this Philippines campaigns and Luzon. Kite's contemplated move' and Mrs. Schaffers of Jacksonville -

h of the service and goes has four battle stars. Before Inducted Into the Army In January Starke where Mr. Kite la establishing to- Beach spent Sunday with Mr.

tomi today where he'will en- entering the service he was em- 1944, he has served overseas : an electrical buainesa. A and Mrs. J. C. Wallace.Mr .

Ithe regular Navy. His tem- ployed by the Post Engineers at since September of that year. profusion' of early spring flowers : and Mrs. :J. W Woodward

L address is J. D. Ricks. Jr:, Camp Blandlng. added to the attractiveness of the received a letter Monday from E

Fu. S. Naval Recruiting Ship SOT. MARVIN ROSIER living and dining rooms where the Pvt. Richard Woodward written

N. W. South River. Drive, W. J. THORNTON HOME FROM TOKYQ card tables were placed. The valentine and posted at the Panama Canal

lithe SURVIVES: SHIP SINKINGW Sgt. Marvin Rosier, son of Mr. theme was artistically carried Zone while he was en route to '

; J. Thornton, S 2-c son of and Mrs James Rosier of Lawtey, out .In the contract accessories France.Mr. Eiii =

DIXIE CAFE Mrs. Sarah Thornton of Ralford arrived at Camp Blending Monday and in a salad course that and Mrs. John Godwin. Mrs. _

> > < > > was discharged on Feb. :5 from for discharge after serving over- was served at the end of three M. W. Barton and Mrs. 11:. A. : .
>< the Naval 'Personnel Separation seas 13 months In both the European progressions.. Mary Rivers Stub- Griffis spent Thursday in Jacksonville -- -----

Center in Jacksonville. and Pacific theatres. After bins presided over a tray of heart- --

OR RENT -mormon;- was attached.. to Mine participating in three major bat i shaped book marks one of which Mr. and Mrs. :Johnnie Shad of B ---- --

APARTMENTS sweeper 84 for 12 months and was tles In Europe Sgt. Rosier was was drawn by each guest and to Starke were dinner guests of Mr. SS ,err

ROOMS operating off the coast of Borneo sent to the' Pacific and was last Mrs. R. P. McLendon. who drew and Mrs E. A. Griffis Sunday.Mr. AKED\ S ? oneM =-=
OR stationed In Tokyo. the lucky one, Mrs. Wallace B .malt
when the ; WO
ship struck a floating presented and, Mrs. Lynwood Watts .... of Allots. DrY -=
HEAT mine and was sunk. He was I a box of stationery. As a and son, Lynwood, Jr., were visit- 0'b.Black Baae ..... Tien 1
rescued by another minesweeper BRADFORD) COUNTIANS "going away" gift she gave to ors of Mr. Watts' mother, Mrs. ,"' et. qrd toll '".. and covet n
ND HOT WATER later DISCHARGED FROM! NAVY her honoree individual salt and 1\.. of .,.. eS. utN omY tr d
transferred to a hospital Rosa Watts, In Chattahoochee last "h thotovghlyl s bt... dtah ueeie th. ,
and The following pepper shakers. Mrs. Kite also ,tSe,. use \\I cu" _
Rate ship was given the Purple are among the week-end to a belle Ot .. You .d pout ;r,111th
Day cr) Weekly Heart for Bradford l won high bridge prize, a double .
injuries received from County men recently receiving Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Jones and 'PL'r\1La.
flying debris,in the explosion. ; discharges from the Naval deck of cards, and Mrs. Tom Con- .M"0',1.\1 \01II"or'"
children of Belle Glade .
spent the two f dv
JOHNS ,
CARL Thornton arrived in the Statesin Personnel Separation Center in ners won second high, a novelty ... : &
past week-end with Mr. and Mrs. 35
City Hall August 1945 and was stationedat Jacksonville: handkerchief. The' guest list included R. S. Rosier. When they returned ..\\wlY o"lIr"2 fiau en for teabk, ni manitalsh, wIt'"nco" _

Norfolk and Newport R.. I., be- James D. Casey. S 1-c, Graham.R. in addition to these, Mrs. place In3) o.nd eontlnuea platter seal \G'II\.to. s.r"e'Y
fore being ordered for discharge.He M. Sasser, Y 2-c. Starke. J. Freeman, Mrs. A. M. Rlcharde, home they were accompanied by W"0. on ell.1artaleY.. '': .. r
James Mrs H. M. Richarde, Mlrs. J. A. Mrs. Effle Johns and little Jean "AJtSlfV' C. (,
S.
will return to his farm on Sapp, S 1-c, Lawtey. of 40\\C\OU" r" Vlto"ef
Route 2, ..JohlB.. McCall, Phm 2-c, Starke. Bouvier, Mrs. C. C. Partney, Mrs. Dugger who are now visiting Mr -- /\\\\ \co.co1d. 'II\.lWl f ..OO0 Avenue, Jack ill ,;;
Starke Nelle Beavers, Mri.! W. N. North, and Mrs. Claude Johns in Belle JAILbs9077Boone \.b\ deU&btt yr,,

S NEW ADDRESSESOF I Mrs. J. M. Hembree, Mrs. M. E. Glade. "' Yrutonn, 1'\01\4"; yo"S [e yb00 i

SOT. LEON R '.
GETS ARMY DISCHARGE: C. L. F. Chapman Mrs Fielding little daughter, Lavonla spent iec14 ,,", "110 \\S onriUb ,
Philip 2-c twill
Shuford S Box 28 tot eCo. Jack \
Sgt.. Leon Rosenberg, son of NATTC, Norman. Okla. Chapman, Mrs. P. D. Fancher. Wednesday and Thursday of last be 'P..14 AX BswlnEgltot .
Mrs. Dennis Fancher Mrs. J. O. week with relatives in Jackson "
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rosenberg of Lt. Jewett C., Fogg: 1053: Q. M. .
Starke, received an honorable discharge Co., APO 328; SF, Calif. Godwin Mrs. C. M. Turney, Mrs. ville. TWTld 4 lea

from the armed forces at Sgt. Merle L. Packham SCU R. P, Stubbins and Mrs. Bryan Mr. and Mrs H. B. Frazee and

I CampBeaIe., Calif on Feb. 5. 1494, Oliver General Hospital, Au- Whitfield. children of Jacksonville and Mrs. =

/ / / I i Entering the army in August gusta,.Ga.Edward. DINNER PARTY W, A. Smith of Martin visited Mr.

1942 Sgt. Rosenberg was-assigned C. Wainwright, 609 and :Mrs. J. G. Caldwell Saturday
Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins and
.. to the Army Air Forces and has Stangenwald Bldg., Honolulu, T. afternoon when Mrs. Smith was
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite
EXPERTWORKMANSHIP completed 38 months of serviceat H., Hawaii. compli- returning home after having visit-
mented W-O and Mrs. W. F. God-
various stations in the States. ed Mr. and Mrs. Frazee for two
win with a He plans to reenter business with weeks.

his father in Starke. RECENT Pvt. Joseph DISCHARGES A. Martinez, Jan. stubbins'In decorating home the Saturday living and night.din- Guests of Mr. and Mrs L. F

e 21>. Ing rooms all while blossoms Chapman and Mrs. Fielding Chap- TJ TJa
W. S. RIVERS RETURNSTO
CIVILIAN LIFE Cpl. Walter C. Bryant Jan. 22. were, arranged in low bowls. and man Thursday were Col. and MI'..

ALL WORK T-S Louis I. Thomas, Jan. 27. on the buffet the flowers were William Harrison of California.Col. .
W. S. Rivers Rdm. 2-c, son of Pfc Alfred S. Bennett, Jan. 27.. balanced by tall white tapers. Harrison IK In the Marine

GUARANTEED' Mrs. Emma Rivers of Auburndaleand T-Sgt. Ovid G. Lewis, Feb. 2. Climaxing the bridal motif was Corps and has recently returned

.brother of Mrs. P. S. Crewsof S-Sgt. Elmo B. Chapman, Sept. the dining table covered with an from Honolulu where he was with '
the State Farm, was dischargedfrom 1945. Lt. Col. L. F. 'i
linen
Imported cloth and elegantly > Chapman, Jr. =
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the Naval service in Jacksonville
U CAN ENTRUST. YOUR 1st Lt. Joseph C. Wallace, Jan. appointed. It was centered witha Mrs. W. H. Parker, Mrs. F. W.
NEST" WATCH TO OUR on Friday Feb.: 1. During 30. fern encircled, exquisitely decorated Lee and Ameron Lee Were at I

CARE his 18 months of service he T-5 John V. Grant, Aug. 1945. three tiered wedding cake Camp Blanding Mon/.ay afternoon
'-
made several trips as a radiomanto Pvt. John G: Sapp Jan. 25. that was topped appropriately, mjyjiWf"a
to witness the impressive ceremony
the Pacific Islands and Japan. S 2-c W. J. Thornton, Feb. 5. with a Marine and his bride. From
His wife Is the former Ruth Col- in which Pfc Lee received frosty
t? Pfc Clarence B. Cannon, Jr., wedding bells attached to the his
from the
discharge AAF. Mr
ton of Waldo, and they have two Jan. 11.Strh. ;
chandelier white satin ribbons Lee is now at home with his par-
children. 1-c Charlie Peter Cowen,I with love-knots holding and
TAGCarter Before entering service, Rivers orange
Jan 23. % blossoms, came to the of ents.Mr. !
corners
worked In Starke at Canovas, at and Mrs Lorace Campbell
Pvt. Theodore: .B.. Donnelly.Dec. the table' wile. stood stately Veer
and and children of Ft. White
Camp Blending the Jackson- spent {

Bid?.,>Starke ville shipyard. He Is now attend- 1945.CM 1-c James Flavious Don- white cards featured candles.orchids Dainty and place car, the past week-end with Mr. and of J
of Florida. Mr E. G. Land. 6tdss
ing the University r -
nelly, Jan. 26. nations. After'' dinner the wed fineooJiK tHCIC ,
Morgan Lee Tilehman. S 1-C. Mrs. 'Van Johnson and son .
ding cake was cut and slices of it tther' .
Jan. ,21.Pvt. Edgar, of Fairmont. N. C.. are tog 1.1 \
were served with coffee In the I they .re 1"0"1
Bruce W Roark, Dec. 21. living loom. The hosts gave to visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. \ Y., ,h.hcrot.1lo.l.d..'

8SGTRANS.FER Pfc Benjamin Finn, Dec. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Godwin four din Tyson. Vernon Johnson of San- cod Fns b..t wh ? "' .
Tasttiavorl8eel
S 2-o John Maddox Allen, Jan. ner plates of their chosen china.' ford joined his mother and brotherhere' .oloy..ot \

22.S For this occasion Mrs. Godwin, and was the dinner guest of =I ...1 ,\ .\ along

1-c Curtis O'Dell Jones, Dec. who was formerly Rose Lee Dun- Mr. and Mrs. Tyson Sunday these tWO 1'110'' 1AXo1' t eC\\ \Oils ,

COMPANY 13.S bar, was becomingly attired in a Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambersand .0..110\0'\ \ 01
1-c James Delbert Casey Feb. black dinner gown with an ice family of Monticello and Guy stcaan\ng\ nlattcut e vcrY bit -
a
with
LOCAL & LONG DISTANCE HAULING 7. blue bodice and her corsage was Stewart of Tallahassee spent the --- \ to ,.
I Sgt. DeWItt C. Crawford! Jan. of orchids. Additional guests past week-end with Mr. and Mrs.J. gsictcl,8sss : _
truly
24. were Mr. and Mrs.. T. N. Uffel- : E. Chambers a "c Qavoy' !"" n 0.,1010'
PHONE 179 AFC 2-c Vernon Richard Ray man Misses Edna: Coatser and o..I\'to\ FrlendshlPfcip

Feb. 7.Cph. BUlle Rose of Jacksonville Mr. \H Drink 0\ nets
FRANK BROADWAY L. M. GAINES II Norris F. Gergoire, Jan. 30. and Mrs. J. G. ;Godwin Mr. and Sugar BlanksAt /\I" for ,10. that you .

Pfc J. B. Russ, Jan. 31. Mrs. J. C. Wallace and Jim Rltch. C of C Office a ,r.,,:/st ''''.'' brtm to '..oloY.I. .
Pfe, Lawtey Howard, Feb. 10. c ,. 1" 1" It
.. 8"I I S 2-c Ralph Rlgsby Dec. 19. SUNDAY SCHOOL, PARTY Roy M. Coffey District OPA DI- a 1" ....1.. o' .o\oy\

f'" !i8HS i *i-***<*iV}! l: rDistinguished Mrs. W. H. Williams, assisted' rector, announced today that application ntver L3( ..It" cur b4 t\cr \c.cr no

r1;!* '. CARD OF THANKS by Mrs. J. H. Hundley, gave the I blanks for obtaining ra- Have You c.n't buy

'I". fi' ". ;Service." ," ..(.-'" I take this method to Primary Class of the Raiford Baptist tioned sugar may be obtained at b.tscU.\ {. pay .;
hereby
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: "$*: : : Church a valentine party at the offices of the Chamber of whet you It !"
:$* UTVV? J1J' i sincere and heartfelt matter
j" theJ? hiSri our
: :I. express the church Friday afternoon. Ap Commerce and the Draft Board In
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dear in --
;1# u:) .. .,, ', thanks to all the people -s
.. and
.' .Yo i\t\ ,-\ 'io0 ,,<- "'A ,,', Bradford and surrounding counties propriate games were played Starke.
*.' &'" '" 'of' each little child received a valentine -
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.' .;i/f .f' ', kind to and Forms available Include applica
have been me
who so
,. ... "'Co.,,> .AS a favor, Refreshments tions Say J AX!
"" Zt Z\'*' my family my consisted of Icecream and cookies \ y rift try
/ it'!:% ad which happened Monday I destroyed ration currency, new applications (*{ MM tor ( i

.(.r";;'o .,r 1', ;.- Feb. 4, when my home was totally Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North wentto I for books and applications 53 elf dry_! \

,, .- destroyed by fire. May God's Baltimore Md., Saturday for i for furlough or temporary -- -

y s ;w.r richest blessings be with each one Mrs. North to receive medical observation ration. Other blanks still must be JAX BREWING COMPANY
+ who has been so kind to us. We at Johns Hopkins. Dur obtained from the district office

cannot find words to express our ing their absence Mrs. Nelle Beavers In Jacksonville Jacksonville Fla.

thanks.J. of Tallasee. 'Ala., an4; Mr a ,

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.bone* !""". the overalls ol many find the Standard Oil man
goodman
Southern farmer would today be serving your community a
decoralfd l with itnitf+)a,,_,. to know'. H.'. friendly and
prod-
Handicapped; by shortages ol labor helpfuL Like the' dependable

and machinery, be produced thhousandstof Southemcharm
record yields of food ml farm to
"Fops jn the critical wu rears DOOMS for many, many yean

when Lth'T wen needed J IIIOItI I He CHARTS
did bjr: working harder sod fill lUMICATION ALMANAC for BETTER

*?h'h! cold by care of nuchiMiy AND /ARM
not be replaced. A.tour raedc rd Oil ms
Peace hat com.-buc new trsc- lot m copt < 'T.'ftif
ton tru<1'. and machinery still lees Almanac. ..a
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rout old machinery n.4MM Ie u.- a

Your another tryingseason.. due aka.
sanded Oil mae cara help -kI s' 'k p? I IlularicadOll.
tau *''th thit. Not alone by supPlying ..c o< carSTAND

Canis you with dependable lubri- I n
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-SOCIETY and CLUBSState Weds Saturday Elects Ladies OfficersThe Council !



Ladles Council of the I!

Officers of UDC Are Honored Guests Christian Church held its !! '

Thursday, ,
business meeting
( At Lovely Luncheon In Service Center 7

Mrs. C. D.) Walker of Winter the president, Miss Madge Mid- x' ,"rt A special program was ; *

Park, Florida. Division President, dleton. ed by Mrs. Eunice Wilson to !
introduced Mrs. or the retiring officers of
and Mrs. Edward Cunlngham of Mrs Davis
St. Petersburg, Vice-President of Walker,' who gave an Interesting; Council ana a pantomime of !

the United Daughters of the Con- and inspiring talk on the workof Old Rugged Cross was given

; federacy, were honored guests at I the U.D.C. and gave a vivid account 12 ladles. .

a delightful luncheon given Wednesday of the convention held recently The church was beautifully
,
of last week at 12:30: o'- In Houston, Tex. In her. orated for the occasion with
clock In the Episcopal Church talk, Mrs. Walker urged a membership and white gladioli. Special I

Center by the members of the _drive and asked each : was played by Mrs. Maude ;
W. T. Weeks Chapter. member1 of the local chapter to y 4 y Mrs drews with a solo by Mrs. W. I

-1 The spacious lounge, artistically bring one new member into the Smedley. Mrs. Wilson gave
decorated with! spring flowers and chapter during the year. She also recitation entitled "Our

native greenery, formed a perfect stressed the need for giving the H a, 1 fixion. of Our Lord. '' !

setting for.the T-shaped luncheon new members some definite work. ,After dispensing with the I

table. Low crystal bowls of nar- Following the president's talk, ous business of the council, !
cissi and jonquils were placed at Mra.' Davis presented the vice- following officers were

Intervals on the perfectly appointed president of the division, Mrs. Miss Lillian Sternberg, daughterof for another year: President, L

table, which was covered witha Cunningham, who gave a delight Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg of Alice Kite; Vice-President, :' ,

white linen luncheon cloth. fully"informal talk on "Salesman Starke, whose marriage to Rich- Eunice Wilson; Secretary ,

Marking the places for the hon- ship. for the ard G. Clsne of Champaign, HI., Van Johns; Treasurer, Mrs. ) :
ored guests were shoulder 'cor- The historical program will take place Saturday night at 8 Newman and Editor, Mrs., i
afternoon was on the poet, Sidney
Mrs. Walker's flowers were -
sages. o'clock at the residence, 323 North Lappe.
) !,
of
and Mrs. Cunninghamwas Lanier Mrs Davis, historian
rosebuds Walnut St. The marriage. cere- Four new, members were
of the local chapter, read an InterestIng -
presented with a corsage Poet. mony will be performed by the rolled In the council at this :
on "LanIer The
camellias., paper Rev. L. A. Shepherd. Ing. The next meeting will
Chairman of She brought out the different periods ,
Mra. O. L. Beasley,
21.
held Thursday Feb. i
on ,
assistedby cf his writings and cited .
luncheon committee,
the
Mra Wilson and Mrs. N.
WSCS To MeetThe
Mrs. George Roberts of Law poems that were typical of each Prevatt served delicious

tey, Mrs. J. W. Kincaid and Mrs. phase of his life.
Methodist WSCS will hold ments to those present
delicious "My Spring" one of his most
,
Vernon Silcox served a Its regular monthly business and
to the honorees notable was read by Mrs.E. .
luncheon poems
two course program meeting Monday, Feb. 18, Mr. and Mrs. L, A. !
of the L. Matthews.
and those members at 3:30: o'clock in the church. Mrs. L. E. Deudon and Mrs. C.
W. T. Weeks Chapter who were Concluding the program, Mrs. Circle Two will have charge of the Ward were visitors to St.
assisted In Cunningham, soprano soloist, accompanied -
present They were
program, and the president Mrs. tine last Wednesday. Mrs.
Mrs. Junius M. Smith, by Mrs. R. A. Green
serving by W, E Mlddleton, will preside)and Mrs. Ward visited friends
Mrs. Richard O. Ktdd and Mrs. on the piano, sang "Into The
over the business session.kc4Lit4Lfr. i Gainesville[ Tuesday.
Eugene L Matthews. Woods My Master Went"Preceding

Following luncheon, Mrs. L. A. adjournment, It was ( ) !

Davis, treasurer general of the announced that a district meeting

division, presided over a short will be held in Macclenny on March "I '

business session In the absence of 5.


ment of jonquils and miniature
ShowerTeaComplimenting
Lovely
asters and balanced by silver candle
holders bearing tall burning Of course it's always nice to been secretary to Supt. L. '

tapers. Valentine napkins further receive mall-even mall that contains Chapman at the State Farm
This Week
Bride of
carried out the decorative motif. a concealed brickbat-for at several years :

Miss Lillian Sternberg,.popular Following dessert, three rubbersof --
I least it lets you know you're be "tin nothing unusual to hear ,
bride-elect of this week, was the bridge were enjoyed. High '' of-not
ing' thought merely Ignored "
I at ,
guests a party having a
Inspiration for the miscellaneous, prize was awarded to Miss Frances But when you receive time", but) seems that friends
shower and tea given at the Peek, who received a heartshaped -
I such a sincere bouquet as the one Joe and Clair Cottrell of
Church Servlca Center on Thurs- box of candy, Mrs. D. A. Mon-
the mailman
recently brought little too
Blanding got a warm
day afternoon: of last week by telth, holder ,of second high, received -
from Mary and Arthur Thorp, comfort last Saturday night .
Mrs. H. C. handkerchief In a valentine :
Mrs. T. F. Grady, ,
way up in Green Bay, Wis, then 'Twas Joe's birthday, and
Brown, Mrs. Juniua M. Smith, folder. 10 a game of bingo,
you know that life is indeed worth Clair was preparing a
Mrs. J. O. Godwin, and Mrs. E. L. Miss Lucile Mitchell won and was
and return to the dally
living you feast, the kitchen stove
Matthews.A presented 'a handkerchief in a
grind-with a new faith in human- and set the house afire .
color scheme of yellow and valentine folder.' The honoree was ity '. This particular bouquetwas of the guests including the W.
white carried out .in decorating presented a'Cara Nome bath set !
was aimed at the entire com Sewella of Starke and the J. J '
the Center lounge for this af as a remembrance of this lovely munity of Starke ,(which can use Cottrella of Lee burg,

fair. Quantities of pear blossoms, party. a few, after an'e' brickbats right at.that auspicious

gladioli, asters, daffodils, and Playing bridge with the honoree we've received In"_the .last few for what will probably go I
Y other spring blossoms,'were arranged were: 'Miss' Lillian Stump, Mrs. years) and It'gives "me: great as the warmest reception in y:1' :

In bowls and baskets and James Lewis,.,,Mrs, Vernon Silcox, pleasure. to quote tt' verbatim.:, tory With her usual ,I
placed advantageotaly% throughout Mrs D. A. Montelth.! Mrs. Richard \> ,- _v
.. of mind,,ClaJrrs. extinguished, ,
*
the spacious rooms:* 0. 'Kldd< Mrs. XTI&. Baker, Miss -Cyselt fray, Wls."JaiC15 flames with the,. garden hose
at t Evelyn Stumpy*Mrs. Wm. Powell, : 194
Greeting the guests the door fore, even the fast-moving ,
and presenting them to the receiving Miss Frances Peek, Miss Lucile Dear Carolyn!). n'\ ,, Blanding fire department could
Mitchell. Mrs. Elmo Struth Mra.I May we say: "thank you" to
line were Mrs. E. S. Mat .
rive
The Uirkey./ was
N. Sternberg Mrs. Earl Johnson, Starke through Jyou? {
thews and Mrs O. L.Beasley. I and the dinner proceeded
The receiving line was composedof Mrs. C.' A.'Darby, Mrs., Junlus M. We were stationed at<\i Standing further delay :
?
the honoree and the hostesses.Mrs. Smith, Mrs. T. F. Grady, Mrs. J. for two years and lived In Starke
Fred i Guy and Mrs. Guy Sale. about a year and a half. -
II. M. Rlcharde and Mrs.J. Mrs. E, L.. Matthews. Joined the Yes also complained about Spotted _' Jot fed: John B.
Fred Guy Invited the guests player t for dessert. we Call home with"a discharge
overcrowded and the high
e into. the writing;' room where' the being many months ris a
beautiful assortment of gifts was prices, but, we always felt thatIt mate lathe Pacific Bill
Linen Shower would be the same near any
'displayed. Acting as hostesses ,In can augmenting the writing
Installation if It were
even
this room were Mrs. G.'B.. Flynn, For. Miss SternbergAt near army our own home., In spite of at the Bradford County
and Mra. L. G. Powell. Dick Cisne'; arriving in
Adkins Home our complaining, we enjoyed our
Inviting the guests to have tea time In Starke. Monday night, a trifle worn

were Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., Mrs.T. A delightful affair of the past The folks at the post office and driving straight through

Frank Landrum. and Mrs. W week was the bridge'party, and the bank were especially 'helpful Champaign, 111. .
I Gene Robinson who'll be
H. Graham linen shower\ given by Mrs. A. Z. to us, always willing to take time, by
The tea table, which was over man at Dick's wedding to
Adkins and Mrs J. Fred Guy at to' tell us where to shop or 'to
laid with lace cloth, Sternberg tomorrow) night .
an exquisite the home of the former on Walnut answer'''our thousand and one
was centered with a silver bowl Street last afternoon Elsie Duncan, formerly of
Saturday questions. The ministers of your
holding an arrangement of plum USO staff, deciding to stick
Miss Lillian
honoring
Sternberg, churches and your policemen, too,
blossoms and daffodils, and balanced bride-elect.. around and jon the faculty
popular.
by -tall yellow tapers In always had cheery word aithou&h BHS Mae Parker :
silver holders. Handsome silver Five bridge tables were placedat we know that their patience displaying a beautiful
Intervals In the spacious living must have been sorely tried
services were placed at either end fashioned of charms in the 1
of the table. rooms, which were decorated for many times. To all of them, and of various South Pacific

Pouring tea for the first hour the occasion with an abundance I to the people who opened their A gift from Tommy

were Mrs. N. Sternberg, motherof of spring flowers, with narcissi homes to us, we want to say cereau who arrived at

the honoree. and Mrs. J. M. and camellias predominating. "thank you'V Tuesday for discharge. .

Brownlee. Presiding during the Mrs. E. L Matthews greeted the We believe we express the feelings .

second hour were Mrs. W. E. Mid. guests at the door and presented of many a Ql and his wife The grapevine has It that I

dleton and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. them to the, receiving line which when we say we left with mixed Mae Moeeley of Lawtey and

Assisting at the tea table were was composed of Mrs. Adkins, emotions, glad to be going home, Reynolds of Baldwin will :: :

Mrs J. R. Wainwright Mrs. R. Miss Sternberg, Mra. Guy and but) sorry to leave our friends of Mr. and Mrs in the near

O. Kldd, and Misses Marian Brown Mrs. N. Sternberg mother of the Starke. '. A. S. McCay, who
'
and Joan Carnanter. '' honoree. Sincerely bought a farm at Lawtey,

The hostesses were further 88-1 Mrs O. 1... Beasley Invited the M Mary and Arthur Thorp. : three chinchillas Says :

slated In entertaining their guests i guests into the dining room, where I have to keep them In an air .
by Mra. Earl,Johnson, Mrs. J. E. 'he many useful linen gift which Well well ,..That's one for ditioned pen next summer

Wilson Mrs. Glenn E. Wood, and had! been sent to Miss Sternberg the memory book! And let they require a cooler climate

Mrs. C. A. Darby. were displayed.! me hasten to add that If all GIs That must have been QUITE

Mrs. R. J. Davis, soloist, and At Ute conclusion of the bridge and their wives had approachedthe party that Henry Godwin

Mrs. R. A. Green, pianist furnished lame Mrs. Junius M. Smith, situation with the understand. dore Young and some of the

music during; the afternoon. holder of high score, was presented hag and spirit of cooperationshown boys threw for Blake Jackson ;

About 100 guests called during with a box) of Cara Nome dustIng by Mary and Arthur Thorp, Friday night They won't :

the receiving hours. powder and Mrs. C. A. Darby they would have been a lot happier Anyhow, seems 'twas In

Holder of second high, received a during their stay here ebration of Blake's ,

Dessert Bridge bottle of Cara Nome cologne. But be that as it may, many from the Navy at long last I !

For BrideElectLast Scores for bridge were kept on lovely friendships exist between He was kept} waiting
bridal tallies. Starkeltes and former "roomers", Miami until the separation

Friday NightMrs. The hostesses, assisted by Mrs. now scattered in all parts of the closed up down there then he

J. E. Wilson. Mrs M. F. Brown U.S.A. As one landlord re- to come on up to Jax before

J., R. Wainwright and Mrs. Mrs. J M. Brownlee, Mrs. L. H. marked Jokingly the other day ally\ getting out.. :

W, H. Graham were Joint hostesses Hill, Mrs Beasley, and Mrs. Matthews "It keeps me busy sending :

at the home of the former served a deliciousJad Christmas cards and baby gifts!" Add new Indus triM:

last Friday night at a lovely des course to those invited to be with '. ing Alma.Hough la operating
sert bridge given In hoi\pr of Miss Miss: Sternbersr. I apron workshop in her home :

Lillian Sternberg, whose marriage Playing bridge with the honoree Semen aa If wedding bells continue 214 Park Place ,. She :: ? .
to Mr. Richard O. Clsne of Champaign .were: Mrs. F. F. Stump. Mrs. to be the order of the day to fashion ladies' aprons In i

III. will be an event of ,,Edward Burns, Mrs.\; J. R. Wainwright with two new mergers coming to lar, exclusive. and individual

February 16. i I ,'.Mrs. D. A. Montelth. Mrs. my attention this week .. Annie signs Says ahe will keep
The living room where five Juniua 'M. Smith. Mrs. J. W. Andrews Mae Pearce ex-Callstreeter, be- stock on hand and also 1
tables were placed for bridge, was I Mn. J. G., Godwin. Mrs. came the bride of Edward Ensorof special orders for

attractively decorated with asters, W, H. Graham Mrs. Sam Stern Jacksonville on January 25. ., kitchen color schemes, etc. .
narcissi Jonquils and other spring berg Mrs. C. A. Darby Mrs. Guy Seems he Is district manager of Everyone Is invited to

J flowers for this charming party. Sale Mrs. T. F. Grady Mrs. N. the Atlantic Refining Co.. and around for a look-see at this
Upon arrlvil, the guests were Sternberg Mrs. Earl Johnson "
they are making their home on teresting project. Glad to
served a delicious dessert course Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. Fielding what he fondly calls his "ranch" I that Freeman Register Jr.. ;

at the individual tables. Each Chapman. Mrs. Richard O. Kldd, near Jacksonville ? Also of In. head home soon from Pearl
table) was overlaid with a white Mrs. L. F. Chapman and Mrs. E. terest I la
linen the quiet wedding of bor Everett E. Burney,
cloth and centered with
L.
a Matthews.
Warrant Officer Wm. F, (Bill) also expected home soon and
burning the taper. Marking the placesfor Joining the players for tea Godwin and R 0 s e Lee (Toby) jhat Billy Burney, who
guests were two hearts were Mrs. M. F. Brown Mrs. L. Dunbar in Folkston, Ga.. on Jan- last April and played stellar

entwined and "R with" the initials "L. S." H. Hill of Lawtey. Mrs. J. M. uary 28 .- Hear they're back ball and basketball for BUS
C. The
brideelect'sls
Brownlee, Mrs. AI Goulple. Mrs. from the honeymoon now, so hopeto now stationed In Shanghai
was centered with a heart- J.
E. Wilson, and Miss Grace gather more details later the naval reserve His
jhsped vase holding an Green.
arrange- I Toby as you doubtless know, has I la Wm. R. Burney. S 1-c (




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I iEvARY:: -' i


15. 1848 IIRADrORD COUNTY' TELRQRAPiI. tiTARR1C. FLORmA' rAO& FiYi
x )
...
C*., has come to make her home Cpl. Ira W. Allen, who servedIn NOTICE TO c Ki>iTom --_ -- .... --.r A i
fiTSofLQCAL'NEWS w- 1 i _ _
1 with her uncle and aunt Mr. and the Panama Canal Zone, andS All pernoim havtaK claims or demand -
awn I nut the estate of John
Mrs. Calvin Johns, while Pvt. Sex- 2-c John M. Allen, who servedon M. Keymour, deceased are. hereby
ton serves with the army of Occupation SaJpan are home with dis- notified and required to file their WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICERADIO
K. Mr. and Mrs. W1U Hoffman of claim In the office of the County
Emmett in
Germany. Pvt. Sex
and Mrs. charges. They are the sons of Judge or Bradford County Florida,
) left Monday tome Clearwater were weekend guests ton was an employe of the Park Mrs Jlmmle Woodard of Starke. In the Courthouse at Starke, Florida p
n. Jr. eT of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall and Theatre here' and Mrs. Sexton will Mr. within lght calendar month {
time with Atlanta and Mrs. Edward J. Schwab from the date of the first publication HEADQUARTERS
in Ga. fatally. be remembered as Miss Georgia left Monday for Pittsburg Pa., / of thin notice, oi- the same will
lativee1ere
,, Lt, perryman will Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Hathaway Gilpln. where they will make their home. become February void 8, 184 according!. to law This OLDEST IN THE CITY
In San Francl. CO. and baby of Macon, Ga., are Mr. and Mrs. I. Lecin and En route they will stop over four John I. Seymour, .
f9 I ship the past two weeks visiting: Mrs. Hathaway's uncle daughters, Evelyn and Madeline, days In Media Pa, with Mrs John Administrator M. Seymour ot> the deceased.estate of I

nt and Mrs, E. K.' Perry-. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin left by car Saturday for their Schwab's uncle and aunt Mr and S-1S 4t 3-8 Major AppliancesAnd
ge Johns Mr. Hathaway was discharged home in New York City. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Mullin. Mrs. SchwabIs '-
from service recently at Mra. Lecin sold their business, the former Miss Virginia And .M ("IIU"I.'r COI"RT, nilAIIFOHHroir
In a SpireD& .
\ FLOIt1D.S. IV c.tlA-
model you In the latest Ft.. McPherson. The Bradford Photo Shop, recently erson. Mr. Schwab was recently ('..:I\Y. Motorola G. E.

trials.'Iy matte CVrsetiere, Mrs." Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cottrell of and are going to take an discharged front the Aamy. Uurrell.Edgar. Uurrell efendant.. Plaintiff. Case, vs.No.; Lydia 4405. Zenith, ,
402 E. Mall+on St, Leesburg and Mrs. E. M. Tally of extended vacation. Evelyn was Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza, ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Dover: < JZ'O 5* Tavares were week-end guests of discharged last week in Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and STATE AND :NOTICE OF FLOIUDA TO APPIUAR to! Lydia
Bill Thomson Mr": and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. Tenn., after serving as a Sp (p) Mrs. Robt. E. Green Jr., spent Tturrell. whose residence. In Koute Farnsworth Sentinel RadiosOn
Bnl, Mrs Monticello were Try the DIXIE CAFE 3-c with the Waves. During her the weekend in Ovieda with Mr. No.You 1, Camponello. South Carolina. I ,
L.IV f are required to appear on
() recently of Mrs .Col. And Mrs. D., E., Knight service she was stationed at Ford and Mrs. L. E. Jordan. Dr. and March It, 194!, In the above :
i guests Mr. and Mrs. spent Tuesday in Jacksonville Island and Pearl Harbor. She is Mrs. Mendoza are going to Jack- plaintiff named Court seek and divorce cause, Bradford wherein March 1st Come In ,And See The

's parents Mrs. W. D. Sexton of Atlanta, going to school in New York City, sonville the latter part "of this County Telegraph hall publish this Only Radio That Will Play Records
ump where she will study Technical week where Dr. Mendoza will reopen Order l In next four weekly Issues.
Witness hand and official seal.
Photography. his medical office. at Starke,my Florida, this February 10 Inch or 12 Inch Mixed .
Asst. U. S. Attorney and Mrs. Billy Dowling returned Monday 13, 1146.
JCES f7 ILL (OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. Thomas,
: A Tat hollis V. Knight of Gainesville night from a 10-day business trip I, A* Clerk of said Court. It !
spent Friday In Starke. to Patterson, N. J., and New. York K O. Brown Starke, Florida Zenith Has
3 Miles North of Starke on Road 13 Atty. for PH. 2-1S It 3-8
Mrs J. L. Hansbrough and her I City. -

=- son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs Sam Sternberg is spendinga I" rinn.... ,IT rot'HP. a11ADFonltCol'V'rv
Ki.oitmt. IN tn\N-
Mrs. Frank Graham of Memphisleft few days with Mr and Mrs. Nat ctcio.Stella .
Fried Chicken and Sea Food Tuesday for their home after Sternberg while Major SternbergIs 0111 In rd Irlnh.. Plaintiff vs. :
Richard J..Ilrl"h.. Defendant
being guests of Rev. and Mrs. W. being discharged from serviceat Case No 4402OHDEK Wi
Our SpecialtyA G Smedley of Keystone Heights. Camp Blanding. They will remain OF PITBMCAT1ON: I INKIER Electric Service
ANIlOTIC'1': : TO APPEAR
Lt. Com. and Mrs W. G. Struth for the wedding of Miss Lil- STATE OF F1.ORID to: II. J. s
and daughters, Shirley and Eliza- lian Sternberg Saturday night and IllHh, CM t-2. U. N. N. A. I". P, D.
tamp' Terry B. Thompson" San 221 TEMPLE AVE.
then to make their home in
beth Ann were guests of Mrs. go Bruno, California\
A. Moore at Kingsley Lake P'I Daytona Beach. Major Sternberghas ,You" are required' to appear onMarch
been stationed at Turner : 18, Mtl.! In the above namedCourt .
day. Lt. Com. Struth Is
Personal Invitation To Hear and cause, wherein plaintiff
back from 18 months in the Pacll- Field. Albany Ga., for some time. seeks divorce and restoration oflialden
fic. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulknerand Name llradford County
: Telegraph shnll publish\ this Order
Friends will be interested to Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis In next four weekly Issues ON SALE THIS WEEKLarge

tlVIN BJORNSTADLyric know that Edwin Perkins, 13yearold spent! the week-end with Mr. and(I .seal Witness I at Starke my ,hand Florida and, this official February -
son of Mr. and Mrs. WarrenH. Mrs. Lewis' son-in-law and daughter 12, 1948OFFICIAL OF
Jar
Perkins, who has been seriously Mr. and Mrs Woodrow An( Clerk of SKAL said )(Court A. J. Thomas, $2.25

ill! in St. Luke's Hospital. Jacksonville Thomas in Dade City R. )r. Duncan 617 Lynch Bldit.Jacksonville .
rN underwent a minor It me model you In a Splrella, ., Florida, ,
operation -
Atty. for Plf. S-15 4f S-S
Tuesday in preparationfor beautifully mad In the latest ,_ '
Dramatic a major operation later in the new materials. tVrsetlere, Mr. IV: C1KCIIT: COIKT. 811"1)1"001) .. e r A
week. Frank Hoover 402 E. Madison. St., COI"VrV.'.. : FLORIDA IN CIIANArthur : ij :
( :ItY. .__F
Capt. John R. Roane, who has I Starke. 2-9 St Peterson Plaintiff vs. Hlta
Tenor been enjoying a 43-day: leave hel'ewith Mr. and Mrs. Woodfin Halle, Jr., Peterson 4410 Defendant, Case Nit. Cleansing Cream ; ;<

his wife and baby, reportsto returned Saturday trom two weeksin onnEn OF PUBLICATION
Birmingham, Ala. Their daughter AND NOTICE TO APPEAR '.' '
.
Camp Blanding today for re- STATI3 OF) 1."LOftlnto'' Rita
assignment. He recently returned Linda Sue, remained with Mr I'utersiin. whose. residence and addoess 1.50 1 "-::
Is. 4137 l 163rd Street, Flu..hl"1"W' ., ,
and Mrs. Haile, Sr., while they .
from Germany where he served as :- York.You l 1
motor officer with a Field Artillery were gone. Mr. Haile, Jr., and are required to appear onMarch ", A Special Value
his father went to Miami Sunday III, 1H46!, In the above .
KING service battery. named wherein
Mrs. R. M. Johnson has returnedto where the former has been made plaintiff Court seeks and divorce.cause Bradford -_ ______ '
make her home with relatives manager of the ,Orkin Exterminating Y'nTe four: : publish lhteOrder _
I next weekly Issues.
Company's office there. Witness hand and official A Large Assortment of
GOSPEL near Staike after spending some my
if f time, ,in Waldo.Homer : His wife and daughter will visit Heal at 11.Starke I'Mfl! ..Florida this Kebrunry -

Rodeheaver of Winona her parents in Arcadia a few days (OFFICIAL=, 8RAL) A. J. Thomas '

SINGERSAt Lake, Ind., and Miss Helen Bren- before going on to their new As Wm.Clark 1) Morgan of said, Fifth Court.Floor Clark KODAK FILMS

ner of New York City were visit- home. Building' Jacksonville' Florida,
ors of Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Church- Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs have Atty. fur Plf. 2-15 4t 8-8 Due This Week

well Wednesday. Mr. RodeheaverIs bought the Janie Ross home on -

attending to business InterestsIn Lafayette St and will occupy 1 It We Will Be Able To' Supply You Soon
The TABERNACLEFebi Palatka for several weeks and soon. Mrs. Dobbs' mother, Mrs. I .
Miss Brenner is spending some Inez Kelly, makes her home with
time in the Florida sunshine for them; Mrs. Dobbs is manager of

,;18 Through Feb 20 her health. the Southern S and 10 cent store r We Now Have Plenty of _
: Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Showalter, and Mr. Dobbs la manager of the : _
11. .4I, : week-end meat''departmenbdin'the' A A P,
of
were
Jr
Tamps '
," -- .. .. guests,-of :MJi.: amLilrs.Maxi!jCar" grocery.. He:was discharged from :.,- r6 w GEM and'CILlEtTE, "
...... - ---
--"- +S S the InDecember..' ,
ter. Saturday nTght dinner guests army
.
it'willgo were.Mias Dannie Mitchell and Earl H. Johnson has gone to Enjoy Real '
calibre that
His singing'ie of such high Safety, Razors
Miss Linnle B.JMoncrief of Camp Moody Field, Valdosta Ga., wherehe < .
beyond ,the: fondest expectations of any and 'Bill Mason has accepted a position as"X- HonesttoGoodnessHOMECOOKED t /
Major"
''. Blanding
,
music lover. '.. : '. i technician. Mrs. Johnson and ', .
... of Jacksonville. k ray < '-t .
Let me model you in a Splrelte, their son. Holt, will Join him as _,
His exhortations and appeal between songsare beautifully made In the ,latest soon 'as he can find living accommodations MEALSIn A Nice ,Assortment. of Box Candied _

irresistible. Has toured Europe, singingin new, materials. (Oorwtlere Mrs. f Clean, QuietSurroundings
leading European cities. Frank Hoover, 402 E. Madison St., Friends will be glad to know Now In Stock .
Starke. 2-9 St that Mrs. S. E. Brownlee Is re-

Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley covering from a severe two
Compared,by;best critics with Caruso. Sings went to Tampa Tuesday for a weeks' attack of flu. 702Temple

Gospel; songs in' such a manner as to bring few days' visit with Mrs. Beasleys' .Mr., and Mrs. Errol Alvarez had Ave. La Us Fill Your 'Prescriptions I

Heaven near parents Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dur- as their guests last weekend their

den. While there they will visit cousin Mrs. Joe Braden of Jacksonville Registered' Pharmacist Always on Duty ,
I the Florida Fair and Mrs. Jean- and her daughter Mrs. IX IECAFE

ette W. Kincaid will return with R. W. McGuIre of Orlando. Mrs.
them. Braden left Tuesday for Orlandoto

Mrs. E. L. Biggs 'Mrs., W. E. visit her sister, :Miss Myrtle Koch Drug StoreJust

Middleton, and, Mrs. 0. L. Beas Reddish.
ley were in Jacksonville Monday Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr., la spend-

Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Tracy and l ing a few days In Baltimore, Md., I
I Mrs. Tracy's sons and daughter, where she Is undergoing observation -

H. M. Denmark. M. F. Denmark, at John Hopkins Hospital.

Mr. and Mrs. Tommy. Denmark I Mr. and Mra. Ed Swords left Received New Shipment Pre-War Type -
for their home In El-
and Miss Leecy Denmark, all of Wednesday
Jacksonville spent the weekend don, Iowa after spending a week

M with Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Hutto. with their niece, Mr. Carl H. An Metal ICE BOXES

Mr. and Mrs. L. S., Hutto re- Jackson. ""
turned Tuesday morning from Cpl. Gene Long ,was dischargedat

Orangeburg S. C. where they were Camp Blanding Tuesday after 42.75 54.00
to I
11f' called because of the death of serving 34 months with the army w'

r Mr. Hutto's mother.Mr. air corps. He was most recently -
and Mrs. E. J. Dahmer and stationed In Harvard, Nebraska.Mrs. '
guests from Michigan are spending Long Is the former Marian : BUTANE
this week in Miami and Cuba. Dowling and they have a daughter -
Ira P. Shepherd Jr., left Friday Mary Ann. Gene Is the son '. n y GAS .STOVES

INORIGINAL" morning for Newnam Ga. wherehe of Mr and Mrs. E.,. C. Long of rPt 5-BUKNERS
will serve as chashler In the Brooker. He took his basic training -
/
ill 4> office there for a while. at Miami Beach and went to '
express With Oven and Broiler
DESIGNobbins'
;
He is relief agent for the office, Mechanical Training school In De- k

IY { 1 and he has been with his parents tfolt. He served as an airplane r Also Oven Control
mechanic on B-29's..
here. Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd ." --
Sr.. for a visit -
E. J. Dahmer attended a meeting JOIN'THE; CHAMBER OF
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lIS, 1946 BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE 811VEH! -


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Remain Leading Causes grounds of habitual intoxication. River'District J. Back IN! CIRCUIT! COURT.! BRADFORD
I Desertion New D. Doyle
and One wife COUNTY. FLORID IN CHANCKIIY. -
stated
"while'under influence I1TEt1zIzgI4! :

Between Husbands And Wivesusing of strong drink (he) had Boy Scout NewsThe At Dry CleanersJ. Virginia Martell Sutherlln Plaintiff -

on many occasions cursed the vs. Patrick Sutherlln, X> fen- '

the same old Twenty-one husbands declared plaintiff for vile and indecent New River District Boy D. Doyle, well remembered dant. Case No. 4345. 70R ACID INDIGESTION ;.

obtaining divorces I themselves deserted by wives. One names and struck and beat her." Scout Committee met at the State locally for 19 years connected with ORDER NOTICE OF ]PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR

ago and I In his blU of complaint stated that In the bigamy suit the husband Farm' Community House Monday STATE OF FLORIDA to: Patrick
SO years the business has re-
dry cleaning ,
Id good or better re- "he returned to the residence and sued when two days after the night with Scout Executive M. O. I. luttierlln, whoso address la un- r t:: i i
week
.s found the defendant had left" wedding his wife admitted not Boswell and Field Executive T. A. turned to this city and last known.
TOil are required to appear on
that a survey One of the 22 wives- charging having a divorce from the second Rowand representing North FlorIda accepted employment with Starke February IS 1946. In the above nam-

bought complaint filed In they husbands with cruelty stated inhere of her two former spouses. Council Headquarters. Mr. Dry Cleaners & Laundry. ed tiff Court seeks and divorce.cause Bradford, wherein County plaln-

handled lD Brad- suit that, among other things, The bill of complaint charging toswell addressed a group of new Doyle has been away from Telegraph shall publish this Order ,

tults would sheds her husband "went about the adultery was filed by a sailor and Scouts on the principle of Boy Starke since 1937. During his absence In next four. weekly '88ue.... 50cCarpentar'sDrug
last year Witness my hand and official
r Scout work and also conducted a
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house slamming doors. Another evidence he offered letter
dlvorce-seenlng a he positions as seal at Sturke. Florida this January -
new Desertionare charged that her husband called from' his wife in her handwriting period of instruction for Scouts. occupied 83. 1948.. _
didn't. assistant superintendent -
t it III which she I C. H. District Chairman superintendent, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
"damn Illiterate wrote him she Nasworthy,
still the leading her a South wag and foreman In the dry A. Clerk of said Court. Storr
emero"A going to have a baby of which hwasn't of Finance presented his and plants of T. Frank Landriun. Stark. Florid
cleaning laundry (Atty. for Plf. 1-85 4t a-II _
the father. plans for raising a district budgetof
reliable cross-aec- third had mother- n.law various military reservations In- I

? a the causes of dl- trouble and stated that her husband In the case Involving non-co- $1,500. There was enthusiastic eluding C amp Blandlng. Camp

records r of of one-hundred took her to the farm homeof habitation the husband alledged response and participation in the Davis, N. C., Sheppard Field, Texas ,

I. selected at random his parents where she had to the marriage was never consumat- launching of this, the annual and most recently the Army
ed and Scout Drive.
files and exeVhe do menial labor on the farm "to sought an annulment. Air Field at Laredo, Texas. The

,urthouse variety and Ire- which she was unaccustomed" Twenty-one of the one hundred The District Committee announced plant at Sheppard Field was thetunieat

onefees that "her mother-in-law abused persons seeking divorce were also a planning meeting foi
I complaints in thj an<\. in his experience, Doyle
: mistreated and nagged her." parents and those suits also inVolved Cub Scout activities to be held at aid, operating under a full Capacity EVERYBODY
are the custody and mainten- the State Farm CommunityHouse
of 70,000 bundles weekly. ENJOYS EATING
Number CWMMIm The 20 husbands suing wives on
ance of the children.V1T'.ITH : Sunday afternoon Feb. 24,
_______ 44 cruelty grounds had their reasons, Camp Blanding perhaps ran a AT
"""" at 3:00 P. M. Plans will be madeat
:
________ 42 too. and one affidavit stated "she' "IIT} fO'RT, BRADFORD close second. especially while car- '

________ 11 bawled him out on the streets of '!1.-TVt FLOIIIUp 1M! ClIAW.CEIS this time for a later gathering/ rying a personnel of more than i
ntoxlcatlon of all parents of boys 9, 10, and The PARK CAFE
__________ 3 Thomaavllle Ga." Virgil William Rouknlffht Plain- 100.000.
,
.. iff, v.... Charlotte E. HouknlKht.efemlant 11 years old who are Interested in Doyle's civilian specialty Is i1
Another a soldier, signed! a. billof ) Case No. 4341. the Cub Scouts program. Linwood -

'--. _______ -100 complaint saying that while ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR Watts and R. P. McLendonwere ladles he was work.connected Upon with leaving this Starke busl- -1

included one each for overseas he allotted his wife $200 HTATK OF I"LOIUDto': rn r'o'US present to dlacuna the development -
""dultery and non-cohabl- monthly with the understanding ." ?. Bo 19 N. ( the Five Point
Juel and
>ec street. Arlington. with Brooks
cent of the that she would try to live on her .
d 53 per VIr.rlnla.you district. Cleaners of Jacksonville. Healthful Vegetable Plates ____
wives. A few earnings and save the allotment.He are required to appear on '
i filed by February 25, 194*. In the above nama The District meeting adjourned Short Orders
Stained more than one came home to a bank balanceof .a Court and cause wherein plaintiff to meet In Macclenny on Monday, -
al- $5.87 and had expected a total seekn divorce. Bradford, County
major
only the March 18 at 7:30 A Disrlct
( but elegraph shall publish this Order : p. m. NOTICE -
ss tabulated. of 4000. She had bought a In next four weekly IBBUBK. Court of Honor will also beheld TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONEHN --
with the and when Witness my hand and official seal : notice Js hereby given that
hun- house money whh
of the one at Starke in connection the District as Ouixrdlnn bf Wlnford F. Klner
three Horldu .
1 women he asked her about it she sold the 19f6 this January 2 Scouts the undersigned will make application .
tiled by meeting. throughoutthe
were WEST END GROCERY & MARKETMADISON
to County Judge of BradfordCounty !
(OFFICIAL SEAL
house and moved away.A ) A. J. Thomas
husbands with desertion A. Clerk of said Court. New River District are instructed Florida, to sell' at private

wlre's bill of complaintlie farmer alledged mental I. Zach H. Douslus, Gainesville. FU. to appear at the Courtof sale for cash on the tilth day de.ofFebruary
following
she was sick In bed cruelty thusly :"She didn't want Alty .for Pit. 1-25 4t 2-15 Honor In Macclenny for their .rlbed property, 1946 the of said minor, to- ST. STARKE. FLA. '

id 1 went to a side show I to live on the farm, she wantedto :\ ('IR"rIT COt'HT. BR. DFORD advancement and recognition. wit: The Matt Morgan Farm and I
COUTY FLOIUUM IN (;'IIAII-!! House containing approximately 57 Fresh Dressed & Drawn .62
aan't seen him slnce.; A > live In town. And another man LERY.Hester; ores of land located at tdtarke. Fryers -

that her husband said his wife "was selfish and Mae Creech Carter, Plaintiff "MorUlii. further desorlbett .us the
rged McKinney Home NKV of tlhJ'4, A. BKVi of B1CW of Pork Hams Whole Half .33
tober to look for work wanted everything for herself and V"Case Cecil No. Croalln 4164ORDEU Carter. Defendant. NE ., except 12 acres, to-wit: coinueheing or - _

word from nothing for her husband." OF PUBLICATIONAND Burns At GrahamA at NK;! corner of HKVi"' of
n't had any NOTICE TO APPEAR NK"-i Section 27. Twp. 1 H. It 22 ..311and Smoked Hams, Whole or Half .35
A soldier In his bill alledglng '
thence run
run West 382 Feet _
alledged her cruelty stated:."During the time roHlln STATE Carter OP Whore FLORIDA rmtdence. to: Cecil andddrHH large frame dwelling owned Southeast to a point 225 feet Went Center Cut Pork Chops s .39
woman ..Section/ line on South aide of
he was overseas defendant ran In 133 Coming Street Char- and occupied by Mr. and Mrs. John :
Southeast
.old her he was "through I..eton. South Carolinaor.. 650 Kingtre and family at Graham KlSVt of NICV. thence said Grade A Round Steak . .42
his marriage had around with other men and gave .-t, Charleston Mouth, Carolina. McKinney 860 feet to point 120 feet from -
that Suction. Line; thence Kant! 120 fe.tto
about
burned completely noon on
ilstake and he was not birth could to not a possibly child which have been plaintiff the .Iuri-h You 4 are, 1046 required In. the to above appear nam-on Monday. \"'eb. 4.' Mr. McKinney Section", Hectlon line Line to ,beginning Thence ;North AH exept on- Grade A Sirloin Steak . .44
to live with her. 'd Court and cause, wherein plainIff .
ontlnue following to-wlt: 8 acresn
land; hasn't been back father of and the night he' returned of Maiden seeks Name.divorce Brad and foul restoration was away from home at the time, NE the corner of aiiu of NKV, Bold RibStewC .. C. .22
County and Mrs. McKinney was washing
from overseas he found his to W. M Pryan, also except fi acressold

wife 'out with another man." Telegraph next four shall weekly I publish iscuec.Witnecs thl,* OrderIn clothes In the yard when she ner of to Mary 14E" % Jo:of. HalMop NK"4. and In SW In Cor.the Lard, 20 Pound Kits '. 4.00 _

wives and three husbands my hand and official seal noticed that the entire top of the Northwest. Corner of NKV4, of SEt!:Vt
Eight a.t tSurke, Florida tBi8 January 29. ablaze. She received Section 27. 6 H 22 K. Containinit Weiners and Small .37
building was Large
-
lAt f Last ',' sued partners for divorce on the 19.6. I In a1r-ris ret more or less -
(OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas burns in rescuing their
painful In Section: 27. Twp 8 H, It 22 Ei .t.
As Clerk of Bald Court.T. Smoked Bacon .35
RELIEF FROM Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida l-months-old baby who waa sleep. FRANCES: Wlnford N. KINKR.F. Klner25 __ __
QUICK Atty. for Pit. 2.1 4t S-22 Ing In the house at the time. All as Guardian of
YourCougb from U 2-15 Breakfast Bacon . .40
Symptoms of Distress Arl.lng IN cmctTiT COURT. nnAnroitn of the household belongings were

\ STOMACH ULCERS COINTY. FLORIDA I IN CHAM.CKI1Y. lost and there was no insuranceon Maxwell House Coffee .33 I

don relieves promptly: bern building or furniture.It 1V: TillS KIGHTII JflllCIAI.: Clll.C'l .

is right to the and eat ox expeli the DUE TO EXCESS ACiDFmflookT.UaofHom.TrI.bilsfltthat vs.Harry. Kathryn Charles Phillips Freeman Freeman Plaintiff De- Is believed that the fire was IlKADFOHIt'IT .'OUItT.N(ObNTY. AISI FLOIIIUA> FOIl>> Blue Ribbon Toilet Tissue .07
help loosen fendant. Case No. 4368.
.
_ phlegm, anti aid nature ORDER OF; PUBLICATIONAND caused by defective wiring in the IN CHANfKHV.Flleinan
S. Hlckman Irish Potatoes .04
i and heal raw, tender. In- Must Help or It Will Cost Yon Nothing NOTICE TO APPEAR Plaintiff. _
mem- STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr.. attic.Mr. vsDIVORCE
eoftbeWILLABD
ronchlal mucous
ell your druggist to sell you Ovortwo TBKATMENTb million bottl vl een oldforreliefofsymptoms Kathryn Phillips. Freeman whose. McKinney hopes to be able Alle.-- Jennett. Green Head Cabbage .03 .
frOITh-.ft esldence and Address. la. 2355 Leavnworth to In the future. Crowder Illckman
(Creomulaion with the un"I distress arising rebuild near
it Ulcer due to e..s Aaid- Street, Han Francisco, Cal- Defendant Flour 25 Ibs 1.50
DuMlMMl
you must like the way: and Stuitirnek. fornla. ORDER OF. PUBLICATIONIN Pillsbury C
us the cough or you an DliMtton. Sur or a'1 U-.'.-- You are required to appear on TilE! NAME! OF THE! STATEF '
iir money backs. 0..1_ejieera H.-A.... Sold on 1 5.dm'Snail March 4, 1946. In the above named At The Tabernacle FIXlRIDA 33 Bleach Qts, -' .12 S
duo to ., ,
." which Court and cause wherein plaintiff Crowder Hicknnan. .. _
OMULSION Ask for .Will....'. MM*** fully TO: Allene Jennett '
rtinsii-Ir.rn----rn, .e..ka divorce. Bradford County Thursday evening the Students ivhase -..IA---------------- I -_ .
this .
_
Gillaloa -
Telegraph shall publish thla OrderIn i-;; unknown.It ; .
s,Chest Colds Bronchitis KOCH DRUGSTORE next four weekly Isiiues. League of Many Nations presented appearingby affidavit filed In .- -
Witness my hand and official, unique at the Tab- the above stated. Cause that Allen. i'
a program
.eal at Htarke"' Florida .this Jan 'ennette' Crowder Hickman, the I>efendunt .
uary 81. 1946.OFFICIAL ernacle and proved exceptionally herein named Is i. a nonresident
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas Interesting and inspiring. The of the State of Florida
) Complete Service Aa Clerk of said Court.T. and that her residence IH unknown.
: Frank Landrum Stark, Florida. group numbered 11 persons in and her last known address I. unknown _
Atty. for Plf. 2-1 4t 2-23 all and each student waa attired in and that there Is no person

_,. to be IN cinctIT TOl'RT." BRADFORD the national costume of his or her In ,the State of Florida the service
Looks like it's going: of a Summon In Chancery upon
.- COUNTS; FLOHIDtl IV: CIIA.NOKIIV. -! native country. Solos both instrumental whom would bind such efendant..
a long time yet before and that she Is I over the awe/ olwentyxona
Marianne Barrett Rnirers. Plaintiff. and vocal were heard, as Thit the said
i\ ::9m many of us get that new v... Eugene Claire Rogers, Defen- well as other types of music and defendant, after years.diligent search and .

car'we've been waiting for.; dant. Case No. 4349. The was Inquiry ha* been beyond the bound
testimony. group
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND personal darlea. of the State of Florida for a
\ Therefore, It's more important NOTICE TO APPEAR headed by Dr. and Mrs.' M. C. period of time more than sixty (SO)

\ than ever to let us keep STATE OF FLORIDA to: Eugene Patterson who represent the Prac- lays prior hereto.It .
... whose residence la Xlox 85, is therefore ordered that said
your old car in A-l condi. armlngton, Illinois. tical Bible Training School of non-resident Defendant, Allen Jen.
t,: ) You are required to appear on N. Y. Dr. Patterson nette Crowder. Hlckman be and she
tion. In the above named Binghampton, to the
:larch 4. 1946. ii. hereby required to appear'
Court and cause wherein plaintiffseekS Is vice president of the institution. : jill of Complaint:; filed In said causaon S. that is our pledgeto
' divorce and restoration of or before the 23rd day of February
Polishing .
flied Lubrication Washing :lalden Name. Bradford County 194$, other wise thealleca. you
Telegraph shall publish this Order The services last week were unusually lon.. of said Hill for Divorce will _
Waxing In next four weekly Issuea. Cowell be taken. as. confessed by the said
Witness my hand and official interesting. Fred Defendant for her failure to comply '

PRODUCTS seal at Starke Florida, this January conducted a series of meetings with. this order herein made. With us the customer has always been right. '
STANDARD OIL 24. 1946.OFFICIAL It la further ordered that this
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas Illustrating his Gospel messageswith ; ord.r be published. one each week We realize that in order to keep your patron- ,,
Clerk of said Court. drawings.Mr. consecutive. weeks In the
As appropriate for four
[GARDEN'S SERVICE STATION R H. Duncan- 517 Lynch Blrtpr. Cowell was assisted by Bradford[ Bradford
II. Carden, Mgr. Temple Ave. & Call St. Jacksonville- 4t 2-22 Florida. Atty. for Plf1 Roger Condon singer and pianist, County Newspaper Florida.published In please you. That is our aim in life. If at '

who rendered vocal and Instrumental Olven under my hand and offIcial any time we do not satisfy you Please' let '
IN CIRCUIT COIlS: ?. BRADFORD seal at my office In the City of .
COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN. numbers. Mr. Condon Is a 8tarke. Bradford County", Florida us know.

CKRY.Oeorwa of Wheaton College and this 23rd day of January 1841.
K. Dorfner Plaintiff. vsMarguerlta graduate NEAL) A. J. Thomas. -_ _
Your Sllck'Time to Recap! Latham Dorfner Defen Dallas Seminary. Clerk. of Circuit Court for Bradford 1-IIONS,135
n Tires Are
dant. Case No. 436V the seasan'sKlnapira- County l
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Climaxing by Luullle r.lta'nner; D. C.
RECAPPINGAND NOTICE TO APPEAR tional services will' be the Gospel 1-2S 4t 2-14. ROBT. 315
STATE OF FLORIDA to:, Mar- Dramatic Artist
Fest the
Song by
.VULCANIZING Dorfner. whose
triiprltA Latham -
: ; (. Unknown Eivln tad. This will be Mr. Temple
TIRES ;;'e Mld-ce and address BJorn GREEN,
1 ALL SIZE You are required to appear on BJornstad's third visit and each IN rmrriT COURT BR.tDP'ORD : fH.5LEA.RN
TUBES24HOuiTsERVICE March 4, 1)41 In the above named Aye.
AND Court and cause wherein plain time he has had capacity con COUNTY CElL S. FLORIDA' I'M! CHAN.Henry Owner

41 tiff seeks divorce. Bradford CountyTele..raph gregatlons. Do not miss him. He V. McPrlde Plaintiff va.

In next four shall weekly publish lasuea.this Order will be at the Tabernacle Monday, Ann, McBride Defendant. Case No .
'
433
;T-' BEST MATERIALS Witness my hand and official seal Feb. 18. through Wednesday, Feb. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
at Starke, Florida, thin. January NOTICE TO ... .PI'EAURT..TII1
1\ GRADE "A" RUBBER 29. 1946. 20. OF FLORIDA to Ann
# (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs McBride, whose. residence and address .
Workmanship Guaranteed Clerk of said Court.T. Is: 89 Kirk Street, Was
f Frank Landrum, Btarke. Florida l2 Mrs. Julia HuttoMrs. Orange, New Jersey. '
PHONE Atty. for Plf. 2-1 4t Tou are required to appear on .
.
Armlnta 88, February 25, U., In the abovinamed &T .
IN CIRCITT: COURT. BRADFOHDCOtNTY. Julia Hutt.o, Court and causa, wherein. "
; FLORIDA IX: CHAN mother of L. 8. Hutto of Stark, plaintiff aeefca' divorce. Bradford ., 'I

CElLS.Orsdy ll Webb. Plaintiff. v. Norma died in Orangeburg 8. C.; Thursday County Telegraph shall publlst (- TO Fly !
I
STARKE TIRE SERVICE Defendant. thiS'" Order In next four weekly *- .
CaneN
Veronee Webb, Feb. 7 at the home of her .ue*. .
4189. after a long' period of Witness my hand and offlola :
PUBLICATIONAND
daughter
OF \
ORDER seal at Starke: Florida this Jan
_
APPEAR
Temple' Ave. NOTICE TO declining health. 21. 1941 under the
Adjoining Temple Garage '- Norma3erones uary .
to:
STATE OF FLORIDA residence and Funeral services were held at (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs ;.
Webb whoso
I / Clerk of said Court.
address Is 148 South Congressjpartenburtr. 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon from William D. Moriran. Fifth Floo" _

South Carolina.appearon the Dukeja-Harley Funeral >Home Clark Eu ilding. :Jacksonville, FlorMa. G. I. BILL OF RIGHTS
are required to 1.11
You Atty. for Plf. 1-It, 4t
March 4. 1948. In the .lIov.. in Orangeburg with the Rev.' .1. : .
and cause. wn rsln
named Court seeks divorce! B r a df
k1 REFINEMENT County plaintiff Telegraph shall publish thu.. was at Union Cemetery near Cop. at

C Order In next four weekly issues.Witness official S. ,118"666I
hand and
Service my
( in every necessary detail in a seal at /Stark.: Florida. this .Jan C.Mrs.. Hutto Is survived by five

ft available locally and widely known '" 31 UU Mrs. C. M. Tomllnson. ,
OFFICiAL SEAL) A. J.' Thomas>> daughters, I PORT
for its modest cost its wholesome ( of said Court. i Belton, S. C.. Mrs. J. W..Raaf ondCamak .' Cold Preparations STARKE AIR

tactful sympathy. T"Prink Landrum. Starke. FloridaAtty. Ca. Mrs. E. Q. Oarrick
COUfesand! always Plf. 2-1 ** ** Dresso.tVTI0NI .
for L..I..I.IJoeI..N.-
Fla. Mrs. R. W.
St. Petersburg .
VM e.lr As Di.rel.dReuie
!
IV CIRCUIT FI.ORIDAI COURT. BRADFORD IX C1IA.1- Brantley;Mebano N: C., and Mr*. _

," COUWTY. C. F. MllIer.Orangeburlf.' S. C.:
CfRY. ...
PI..lntlff.' '
Por''$ Martin Shul.r. DefendantCa"oRDER38OF one son L. S. Hutto. Starke, and -,

DEWITT C. JONES' '. : Paul Warren Shuler. 13 grandchildren and 7 great. R. Thomas For Informatio

SERVICE :, PUBLICATIONAND grandchildren.; ..
APPEAR
AMBULANCE, STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO to: Paul PLUMBER Call V. S. St. John 142 '
and
Funeral Director .' Warren Phuler. whose' Hotel.residence MaconGeor&I. '

STARKE PHONlfi 1 add res.*. is Arlington MAYES 11th St. & Temple Ave. .
to appear on _
You are required n.med or
Our home enables us to March 4. I 1944. in wherein the above plaIntiff RADIO SERVICE
local funeral Court and cause 01 I have Just been discharged
I
offer conveniences and services; nototherwise .Malden..ke divorce Nam.. aad Bradford restoration CountyTel.sraph from the Navy where I re- Maj. Richard G. Kidd A.U.S. Res. '
this Orel.rIn ,
available., shall weekly publish i.eUPU.WItness SERVICEON eeived addltiofuJ plumbing .1

nest lour my hand and oftlelal ALL MAKESRADIOS experience nd will apo Phone 63 _
and .,, at
rnlsh the highest type service at the lowest prices peal at Stark, Florid.. this predate the patronage of

ANY life insurance policy In force, Issued by ANY com COFP'ICiA 31 U4.WEAL) A. J. Thomas>> my old and new friend*. _

** payment in part or in,full on a funeraL Consultations A8 Clerk Landrum of .ald Court.stark. Florida. South Walnut Street _- '
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK.. FLORIDA" FRIDAY FEBRpthl
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when their car overturned.< Theyare Unemployed Pay IN(COUNTY CIRCUIT FI.ORIDAI COURT BRADFORD CHAN- IN COUNTY CIRCI'IT. 'Ot'RT

ff4 rLucy Wife Likes U. S. both in the Lake City Hos CKIIY. VERY, Jl'LO'Un"1I'
Mayes English Here Philip C.
pital. They are both veterans. Totals $264 Marie ttlachoff. Plaintiff, vn. Frank Kreitm
MlHchofr, Defendant Cnn. No. 4379 4380. Kraiu, herenlan1" !
We are so sorry for them. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND (,
The and Coca ColaAfter Here Is strawberry short- Unemployment com peasation NOTICE TO APPEAR ANDENOTIt'i CDpJG
Especially Eggs my checks totaling $264 helped 16 STATE OP FLORIDA to: FrankDlBvhoff '
cake: Cut large strawberries in 13 I whose residence and address STAT". 010' FIUj ltID41'Pi
of Bradford County
In embattled half wash In bowl with residents \III Route No. 1, Box 83,.Summervllle. I trude Krelll, who. : l
an absence of five years, ness" in England, but rather sug- harrowing experiencea place men and 3 women, tide over unemployment South Carolina I address is 703 \'lIl1d.b r :
Jimmy Mayes has returned to gests that a'person Is, as Ameri- England. Buzz-bombs, how- sugar to sweeten. Set aside Make during the week end- You are required to appear on : Brooklyn You New Y"rk"
headed the list as the most two crusts would for pies March 11, 1946, In the above nam- are r"'llIlr.4'
cans would "easy to geta- ever, as you to March 11, to
say an
Starke and this week announcesthe Ing January 25. according ed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff 1946. ,In, wed
with." The "tickledto nerve-racking. The device, as 2 1.4 cups sifted flour, 3-4 cup Court and ;
'auee vhte
re-opening of his radio sales long phrase announcement from the Florida seeks divorr Bradford County tiff seeks
described It, was a fast- shortening, 1 teaspoon shall this OrderIn dlvoree )IIrll4III';
publish
and service shop on South Walnut death" has a literal Implicationwhich Mayes Spry or Industrial Commission. Telegraph Telegraph ,shall f l
was found terrifically amus- travelling apparatus which "sounded salt 5 tablespoons cold water. next four weekly lessee.Witness In next four JlIbUOb ..
weekly
Street official 10,
t' Mayes and his wife the former ing, not to say confusing.\ like a motor cycle needing a Sift flour and salt. Add half of These those payments who have are applied made to onlyto the Heal at Starke my, Florida hand and this Feb- at Witness tarke,my Florida hand! and "*

Lucy Waller of Relgate, Surrey, An especial thrill was the op- new set of rings" It would be Spry and cut into mixture until ruary t 1948.OFFICiAL 8. 19... tb"rf r
Service for
U. S. Employment SEAL) A. J. Thomas (OFFICIAL
made portunity to> pick oranges and the audible for some 20 seconds and as fine as meal. Add remaining ( SEAL) \
England, have until recently suitable employment and are A* Clerk of said Court. A. Clerk of said I
their residence In TituBville. The relative abundance of foodstuffshas then, following nine seconds of fat and continue cutting until par- T. Frank Landrum Starke, Florida T. Frank Landrum COUI'\\,
couple waa in military service been a source of never-falling perilous silence would land witha ticles are size of navy beans. available when such work can be Atty. for: Plf. 2-8 4t 8-1 Atty for I'1L 81lrkl"

.
found for them.A
overseas,-Mayes as a civilian radio amazement. Wartime conditions surface explosion that demolished Sprinkle water over mixture with IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD
r technician attached to the Royal II abroad brought the rationing! of all objects within 250 yards. fork stir to form dough. Take representative of the employ- COUNTY FLORIDA ClIABiCKHV. IN CIRCUIT COlpy

Canadian Air Force, hla wife a eggs down to "not more than one' The bomb carried 2000 pounds of 1-2 of dough, roll out and put over mept service and the social security i Ruth F.. Collins, Plaintiff v.. zss&r" nORIO.t11lSe.ma .

member of the Women's Royal a month." Qrapes, when available, back of tin pie pan. Stick full board is present! In the Joseph I. Collins, Defendant. Case H. Kindt L., Klnt1t,

Naval Service. They arrived In cost the English equivalent of 56c TNT.While visiting relatives In Rel- of holes with fork. Bake. When courthouse each Thursday morn- No. 4377: ORDER Defendant OF Cues.

29 termination dozen ordeal o1 ready to serve put In berries..-cut Ing to offer advice to those seek- ORDER! OF PUBLICATIONAND AND NOTICE ptnLlC4r
Florida October following per gate. they-endured the NOTICE TO APPEAR STATE! OK RgAJ]
I of wartime duties and a Mrs. Mayes confessed herself de- a buzz-bomb barrage, with two to in portions to serve as pie. Some ing it. STATE! OF FLORIDA to: .Joseph Kindt, whose r".ldonre> |

,t journey on the lie de France lighted with Coca-Cola and other three bombs exploding in the town like milk cream or whipped. Persona to whom compensationwas I.: Collins I I. ,6340 whose Crystal residence Btreet.! and Chicago address Ave.% Postmaster Equilpt. Co IProq 1 I,"

troopship from England to Hali American soft drinks, though she each 15 minutes, for & period of cream on this. paid in this county during the Illinois. York. Nee 7p

fax. Canada. has not relinquished her partiality 24 hours I have had another happy week- week were classified as auto me- March You 11 are, 1946 required, In the to above appear named on March You are required to

The Mayes were not affordedan for tea. The tea sold here Mayes volunteered as a radio end. I went to Starke. I enjoy chanic, carpenter, citrus workers, Court and cause wherein plaintiff ed Court 11.and 1946 cause, In .tAe al,..

opportunity for sightseeing at she said Is of excellent quality, technician In 1941, and was event- seeing people there. I took dinner colorist photographer, compressor Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford this County OrderIn tiff seeks divorce rldlll.h!..!,

the Canadian port, or while although she finds our) usual pref- ually assigned to duties directly with the Brlnaon's at Hugh. operator. farmer, machinist, pipe next four weekly !lu...... Telegraph In next four shall publiih I 010

traveling southward by train. erence for tea bags in marked related with plans for the D-day Today being Sunday I went to fitter, ship fitter, truck driver and at Witness Starke,my Florida hand and this official February seal I at. Wltn 8M my weekly hitnd and! ?'fI,,,

While en route to Tlturvllle, the contrast to England's custom\ ot landings.The church and Sunday School. I have welder. 6, 1946. .119.Starke.. F'0r'Ult' thl.,*
couple visited Starke, and it waa serving the beverage from a pot. studied read and written. NowI (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas (OFFICIAL SEAL)
couple married at St.Luke's of said Court.T. A 1
was MEMOIUUM As Clerk
IN
here that Mrs. was able When interviewed Mrs. Mayes A. Clerk of said Court,
Mayes am ready' to retire. My life Is Frank Landrum, Stark.. Florida Zach II. \
to gain her first Impressions of expressed hope that she would not Church, Relgate, on June simple clean and happy. I mean Our entire community mourns Atty. for Pit., 3-8 4t 3-1 Attyt for Douglas I'lt. Galoonr

American life and American civil- be represented as critical cf her 3, 1944. to keep it thus. I do not smokenor the death of Uncle Jerry Norman. 1-1
land. If c h He farmer In this section I.V CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD IN CIRCUIT CoTpT.
ians.Mrs. newly adopted a u S e e drink. Good night May your was a COUNTY FLOHIUAl. IN CHAN- COUNTY FioRiD,I.
Mayes indicated that her things as the architecture and guardian angels keep safe watch and was a faithful and loyal mem- CKUY. CEItY D

reactions to people and the cus- construction of buildings and the HillBy over all until next, week. ber of the Heilbronn Baptist Iva Mae Bndlcott, Plaintiff,Case vsr. R. Jo'. Feat hern ton. 1'1'101111
Clay you JamesI2ndcott.! Defendant. Emma Featherston
toms here have been more than prevalence of lawns rather than Goodnlte. -. Lura. Church. He had served as a dea- No. 4384 No. 4382. Defe....

pleasant. The differences man- gardens are different from England con for a number of years and his ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND ORDER OF i-i-uucir'
Lara Burgess NOTICE TO APPEAR AND "
ners of speech have not posed a she has found the country co-workers were always free to go STATE OF FLORIDA to James STATE OF KLORlVui!
problem, although certain expressions nonetheless agreeable. Before s S e a 55555 Canning: Center to him for advice and he was a Endicott whose address. U 502 Broad m* FeatherHton, whore ,

in use here have a meaning sailing, she said she was warned WHEREIN A NEIGHBOR HAS Closed Till Spring father to many in our communityand pany Street, Columbus% C &, Ohio.0 Railroad Com- and Richmond address Virginia.l la 2030 WW.n

somewhat different from English that here she might be treated as CHURCH MY SON RETURNS: I loved by everyone.. He will You are required to appear on YOU are required<< to i

as it is practiced on the other aide I a stranger. On the contrary, she MEDITATE ON THE LIVES OF Operation of the Community be greatly missed by every one, Court March and 11. 194 cause, In wherein the above plaintiff named Court March and II. 1946 cause, In the tb.. ,,

of the Atlantic. JFor example was greeted with a reception that WIDOWS. Canning Center will be resumed in We feel there is no-one who can leeks divorce and custody and control seeks" divorce, unenii ITndta:

Mrs. Mayes said the word was open-hearted and friendly. early spring, V. R. Ferguson, supervisor take his place in the capacity In bounty: of Telegraph minor children.shall publish Bradford this Telegraph In next tour shall publish,n,
"The battle that weekly !leas
greatest ever
"homely" does not refer to "ugll-, Mr. and Mrs. Mayes had many of vocational agriculture which he served in his church or Order In next four weekly Issues. Witness my hand nil

.. ,. . fought in 'the Bradford High School, an- his community. He was ill about Witness my nan dand official seal seal at Starke. Florida, it
0--'''' - - - - Shall I tell you where and at Starke, Florida this February-7, roar" 7, 1496.OFFICIAL .
nounced this week.A 11 weeks and 1846. ( SEAL '
was always so pa- ) A. I'
For Comfort and Economy when? (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas A. Clerk of
Safety, Bali) Coon
large increase In the amountof tient and cheerful to all.
As Clerk of said Court. R.
On the maps of the world you will Ch.a HeHH-204-OS Red
find it not: vegetables canned is expected, He is survived by his widow Green &0 Green, Starke Florida JackHOnrllle, Florida, Ann
for Plf. 2-8 4t (-1 2-8
Attyn. 4t 31SHRIMP
FO-I :ous It was fought by the mothers of Mr. Ferguson said, since the Mrs: Lula Norman a daughter

CORRECT (; men. -M lIer. plant's facilities will be availableto I Mrs. Carrie Bell Mosley, three -
I farmers from the beginning of sons Leon Troy and Horace, five -a-

INFORMATION 1M f/S The peach trees are blooming. the season through the durationof 'sisters Mrs. Vlcy Sapp, Mrs. Mag- 1

Dark clouds scuttle across the truck harvest.In gie Clemons, Mrs. Klzzle Anderson -
PlcuHe I'hone 117 9" 7 sky. At times there U quite n
spite of difficulties InvolvedIn Mrs. Eliza Hill and Mrs.
'r,.. gale. I have been thinking with completion of the plant, which Daisy Hudson, two brothers, J. S.

Ride Florida Motor Lines Greyhound Busses compassion of the many widowsI appeared with the cessation of and Isaac Norman and 12 grandchildren (l\

I know. Just being a good funds for labor and and six
government great! grandchildren
UNION ..
BUS STATIONTemple -
woman Is a hard task. When one -
materials after V-J Day, the plant .
Ave. LACY CONWAY Agent Starke Fla. | Is left with children and 'unpro- opened September 29 and nerved We miss him miss him OYSTERS MULLET
we ,
_. .. ._ it Is
tected almost
-- -- uttet an heart break-
Ing battle. A woman's heart Is In the canning of meats until the morning noon and night; SEA TROUT PERCH. BREAM
I.
closing of the fall and winter sea-
tender for she Is the mother of That Joyful smile and welcome RED BASS SHEEPSHEADALSO
1( son on January 15. During that -
kiss, we'll no more receive.
Firkrfl men. Her life runs the gamut of
period the plant processed 1,953
all human emotions. Her life is But oh our dearest darling, It's .
P fo. 3 cans of beef, 11 No 2 cans
made up of love, tears, work and from their world of bliss Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry
of beef 638 No. 3 of
of this Clean cans pork
Family Newspaper God sends the to
pain In which she give and gives. angels prepare -
42 No. 3 cans of chicken 27 No.
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR Her heart Is wrung by many 2 cans of chicken, 15 N(). 3 cans our hearts for this. MAGNOLIA FISH MARKETCALL
things and countless times she Is Farewell, dear one, this act of
of fish, 21 NO. 2 cans of) fish 303
Free from crime sad leniatloaal newt Free from poUdcal crucified. Unscrupulous men earthly love .
No.- 3 cans of vegetables and 34 STREET PHONE 37 STARKE, FLJ
bias.. Free from" We have resigned to better
'peclallnraac" the
control .-. Free to tell you prey upon widow only to No. 2 cans of vegetables. you .
tile truth about world even In own world-wlde stall of corrcipoodeat break her heart again. Forgive hands above.

bring you on-thepot new and it* mcuiJeg to you her If she makes mlt takes. "Ye
and roar family. Each lwu ailed with unique Kit-help feature t Farmers Must Sign 1ft' CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD' ---- ----- ---- -
i who are without sin cast the first COUNTY ..FLORIDA I IN CIIANo j
to clip and keep. I
v stone." Lonely and unprotected, 'Soil Conservation CKKV.fargar 41. t Durham Fagerntrom, g- > \ From where I sit.by Joe Mar
oft with more heartaches than she
Plaintiff va. Richard John Fagertrom. -
can bear, she Is at the mercy of Plan Before March 1 Defendant Can No. 4378.
r----------------------------1 ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
the world. Sometimes life is one NOTICE TO APPEAR -
long pain. In which prayer and The County Committee, including STATES OF FLORIDA to:.Richard Sam Hackney

.......................................... **<* ''/rw4pelar. i n. sleep alone can ease. How I wish James Rosier Clyde Cone W. J.evidence Fagerstrom and address. C. 2nd-o t Is U.whose H. 8. -
LCIIt.; _/. ,1 I this man's world could better S. Sibley, and Lonnie Crawford tioemln A. K. A-S3, Fleet Poet mark
------------------ has trade
---- understand the battle fought by :have prepared the following statement Office, San Franelico, California.You a

mothers of men. Perhaps they for the farmers of Bradford March 11 are, 1948.required In the to above appear named on-

would show more mercy, gratitudeand 1 county In regard to the Soil Conservation Court and cause, wherein plaintiff -

pardon. I pray God have Program in 1946: of maiden seeks divorce name. Bradford and restoration County Before Sam Hackney got sue The bow ties work liWi

mercy, don't make our lives too "In 1948, each county has an Telegraph hall publish this Order Cessful. his wife used to make his .nark- something to t*

with.a book hard. God make us brave. allotment of funds baaed upon In Witness next four my weekly hand Ihu.and official bow ties for him.They came out an and identify.

r&w. good .. Rev. J. L. Strickland'will hold acreage of cropland, commercial seal at 7 Stnrke.148.OFFIciAL Florida. this February Inch longer than average-and.* And Sam has another!trii

services at his home every Sun- orchards and fenced pasture land. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas Sam came in for a lot of ribbing. too-the glass of beer Into

day evening. He hopes to see all Our allocation for Bradford county T As. Frank Clerk of Bald Court. But he only smiled and took It. client after every deal II
Landrum, Starke, Florida.
the neighbors In his living room: Is 2140009. Atty. for Plf. 2-8 it 3-. Of coarse Sam doesn't need to Sure If* friendly gestun.
where he has a piano/ and quite "The Committee Is In- remiss
County economize now; he's one of) the best more than that, it
enough room to seat a nice crowd. structed to distribute this allocation real estate in the that he's man II
Edward T. Shull men country.But clients a
I have word that
my son has to the various farms la the
he still wears those lone bow ties. Lion and good t at.-
arrived in his home In Indiana. I
county on a basLa of 'acreage on PLUMBERPrompt noM
shall not get to see him as he 'son each farm as| stated above. The Prospective customers may not remember and temperate.Sam'i
his his his name or hla face bat
farm with family. A temporary allocations to the Service
Burden Is lifted from my heart farms as shown on the 1046 Farm the minute they see Sam they say
Now Guaranteed "That the feller!"
I I know he Is aafe. Plan sheets will be Increased after

EEAm.r We have ten more weeks of March 1, when we will reallocate Work ;-<<.'" .
1 A EeNO school. I plan to have the com- the county ,funds of $21,400 to *

mencement Monday night, April the farms on which a Farm Plan 716 St.
29. Dr. S. Gordon of Gainesville( has been signed up by that date. Lafayette Copyright, J94 Coiled StaUl BmWltj

r. r.A.r...ea"w esm..a v. a u,aw.J Is to be our speaker "The Sol] Conservation( funds

Miss Jonell Wilkinson pent the have been appropriated by Congress -

week-end with her parents Mr. to assist farmers In carrying .

r and Mrs. Jack Wilkinson. She is out needed soil conservation

J Get doing practice teaching in Jack practices on their farms,. Pay- .
sweeter tastier bread
sonville. She graduates from '
ments will be made on) a basis .
Tallahassee college lit March.A of about 80'percent of the cost of :* FLAMINGO DAYHIALEAH
collection taken
was up at carrying out a practice.
t use FLEISCHMANN'SFOILSTRENGTH church for one of the widows' with "We are very anxious to have ,.".1

three children. She has been ill. farm r, at.
every operator in the county
'" FRESH She was given $20. The Long take advantage of this oppor- "

Branch Church has a heart. tunity to Improve the fertility of "' .w .

Here Is one of my ninth grade his farm or to establish some per- .r:'", "f.;' "

_
boys. He Is a good student, _"
manent pasture while we have this
makes A'.. He has a perfect disposition ;, 11)L; ,
1I11EAsT government assistance. We wantto .
and I never have to earn our full ,.. "
county allotmentof ""
worry about him getting his lessons funds this year Will you not ,I '... Saturday February 23
: .
) plan to earn your part of) It?
r .
My name Is Walter Knight. I .
"Only those who
sign up their :
I was born April 29, 1931 In Clay Farm Plan before March 1, 1946 ;"i, Featuring;

ii County. I have lived most of my will be permitted to participate In 'ILf" 5

life here. I am five feet 4 Inches the program this year and receive The Running o5 /

tall, weigh 110. I have blond payment for carrying out 5

hair, blue eyes and fair complexion practices. Therefore h sure you 0 *

and tanned. I started schoolat come to the County Office and -

I' Clay Hill and have gone here prepare Farm Plan before March \ THE'F'LAMINGO
STAKESFor
ever atnce. I dislike people wno 1st.. \ -.,.
are busybodies. I like to read \":

Fleischmann'8 fresh active Yeast starts and heads.my hobby Is collecting arrow- 'Church of Christ"The purse oj '
My father's name is Rev. :
working right away! AU the strength of the yeast brings M. T. Knight and my mother's''' : ;' S $30,000 .
out all the '
flavorful goodness of Sower and the Soil" will
your bread. Be surer of name is Pansy Mae. ...
sweet taste-light texture-fragrant freshness time Mrs. T. A. Brinaon has been be the morning subject at the ':: "
; i"f _
every bed-fast 'all week with Intestinal Church of Christ in Starke by \, '.1 *

IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, insist on flu. We do hope she will be able the minister W. Henon.) Bible S 5 *

FUsiBchmann's full. trength. fresh active to sit up soonFebruary Study will meet at 10 a. m. ..,, .. For Three-Year-Olds One Mile and Furlong
..
Yeast The evening topic at 7 ,)
with
the familiar p. m.
yellow label. 12
De- was Abraham
Lin.coin's :j
\
will be "Heart and the
pendablo-America' -Fglt Religion. The f .'
favorite birthday. Born In
yeast a log church "
Is .
pleading for a return to \
for over 70 year cabin In Kentucky, this humble, New Testament :d : Parade
Christianity In of
L the
i : : ,...wi1q great-hearted immortal words man"A, gave government us these name doctrine and 'practice.! Flamingos

of the people by the people, -for vices.Everyone Is welcome at all ser'' The pamJt of HUlt.h't JOO Flemi egos

the people.shall not perish from it colorful *nd tbrilHi/ skcIecl4.
this earth.'
JOIN TIlE CHAMBER OF
Ancll Carter and DUI Tanner COMMERCE sad twin bull
,were driving near 'MIddle burl' Starke.




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: 15. 1948 BRADFORD COUNTY TKLKGBAFH. STAB.KK. FLORIDA _ rAGE SKVWN:


Remain Leading Causes 'I grounds of habitual intoxication.One .- IN CIRCUIT COVIIT. DRAOFOnn ,. filL
!
and Desertion wife'stated "while'under New River District J. D. Doyle Back COITNTY. FLORID| IX CHAN *
influence
'
I Between Husbands And Wives of strong drink (ho) had Boy Scout NewsThe At Dry CleanersJ Virginia CKHY. Martell Butkerlln, PlAin. ITk'r

on many occasions cursed the tiff va. Patrick Sutherltn' Defen
using the same old Twenty-one husbands declared plaintiff for vile and Indecent New River District Boy D. Doyle well remembered dant. Case No. 4345. TOR ACID INDIGESTION
e _
,
divorces themselves deserted by wives. One Scout Committee met at the State ORDER OF PUBLICATION
names and
obtaining struck and with
beat her"In for 19 connected
of locally years AND NOTICE) TO APPEAR
his blU
in complaint
and stated that
50 years ago, I the bigamy suit the husband Farm Community House Monday STATE] OF FLORIDA Patrick
to
:
( the dry cleaning business, has returned -
"he returned to the I
ft good or better reoJglt residence and sued when two days after the night with Scout Executive M. O. Sutherlln, whose address I. unknown -! I.
found the defendant had left." wedding his wife admitted not Boswell and Field Executive T. A. to this city and last week I' I.JJ3
on'
that a survey One of the 22 wives charging having a divorce from the secondof : Rowand representing: North Florida accepted employment with Starke February You are 25. required 146 In the to above appear named -

filed In the husbands with cruelty stated In her two former spouses. : Council Headquarters. Mr. Dry Cleaners & Laundry. Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff -
complaint
aeeka divorce. Bradford
suits handled In Brad- her/suit that. among other things, The bill of complaint charging I Boawell addressed a group of new Doyle has been away from Telegraph shall publish. thla County OrderIn

? laJJt year would shed her !husband "went about the adultery was filed\ by a sailor and Scouts on the principle of Boy Starke since 1937. During his absence next four weekly. Issues.Witness 50c4I!

divorce-seenUiff house slamming doors." Another In evidence he offered a letter Scout work, and also conducted a my hand and official.
neW he occupied positions as seal at Htarke: Florida this January
it didn't. Desertion I charged that her husband called from his wife In her handwriting period of instruction for Scouts. 21. 1411.OFFICIAL .,
lt assistant superintendent -
still the leading I her a 'damn Illiterate Southerner In which she wrote him she was C. H. Nasworthy, District Chairman superintendent ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
t are and foreman in the dry Aa Clerk of Mid Court.T. Storr
." going to have a baby of which he of Finance presented his cleaning and laundry plants of Frank Landrum, Starke., Florida Carpenter'sOrug
wasn't the district (Atty. for Plf. 1-25 4t 2-15\
reliable cro"s-aec- A third had mother- n-law fither. plans for raising a budgetof various military reservations including -
sh a
of the causes of dl- trouble and stated that her husband In the case involving non-co- 1500. There was enthusiastic I I Camp Standing. Camp

?, onehundrede took 'her to the farm homeof habitation the husband alledged response and participation in the
of
Texas
records I Davis, N. C., Sheppard Field,
the marriage was never consumat- launching of this the annual
selected at randomoutthouse his parents where she had to and moat recently the Army

files and ex- do menial labor on the farm "to ed and sought an annulment. Scout Drive. Air Field at Laredo. Texas. The

The variety and ire- which she was unaccustomed," Twenty-one of the one hundred The District Committee announced plant at Sheppard Field was the

complaints In the one- anet.that "her mother-in-law abus- persons seeking divorce were also a planning meeting for busiest in his experience, Doyle

mea are: ed, mistreated and nagged her." parents and those suits also involved Cub Scout activities to be held at laid operating under a full capacity EVERYBODY

Number co etI The 20 husband suing wives on the custody and mainten- the State Farm Community of 70,000 bundles weekly. ENJOYS EATING

M _____________ 44 cruelty grounds had their reasons, ance of the children. House Sunday afternoon, Feb. 24, Camp Blanding perhaps! ran a AT

_________ 42 too, and one affidavit stated "she iv rinrriT cornr. BRADFORD at 3:00: P. M. Plans will be madeat close second, especially while carrying -

toxiratlon ________ 11 bawled him out on the streets of (COITV.' FLOKIU.1 IN: tHA.MCRHV. : this time for a later gatheringof a personnel of more than
__ 3 I all parents of boys 9, 10, and 100.000.Doyle's. The PARK CAFE
__________ Thomasvllle, Ga. Virgil William Mouhnlg-ht Plain
tiff V. Charlotte E. Houknlffht 11 years old who are interested in is if
civilian specialty
Another, a 'soldier, signed a bill .
Defendant Case !No.' 434?. the Cub Scouts LInwood -
program.
,___ ______? 100 of complaint saying that while ORDER OP PUBLICATION!' ladles work. Upon leaving Starke
Watts and R. P. McLendonwere
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR he connected with this business .
each for his was
one overseas he allotted wife $200
included STATE OF FLORIDA td': Char. present to dlscuaa the development -
non-cohabl- lotte E. ] in Jennings, La., and later Delicious Meals
lultery and monthly with the understandingthat IJI)1kmight wlioxe resident's of Cubbing units in the Regular
In 2159 N. Quebec Street, Arlington, with Brooks and the Five Point
.
the
id 1 S3 per cent of she would try to live on her Vlrvlnhi. district. Healthful Vegetable Plates
filed by wives. A few earnings and save the allotment. You are required to Appear on Cleaners of Jacksonville.
fe
February 25, The District meeting adjournedto
194(1.( In theabove named
than one He came home to a bank balanceof Short Orders
[tained more Court and cause, wherein plain meet in Macclenny on Monday,
only the major alias $5.87 and had expected a total tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County -
I
but Telegraph I Mhnll publish I this Order March 18, at 7:30: p. m. A Dis- !NOTICE
tabulated. of 4000. She had bought a In next four weekly Issue. trict Court of Honor will also be TO ALl. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN -

of the one hun- house with, the money and when Witness ny hand and official ..,al wIth notice is hereby given that _
held in connection the District bf
-three Guardian Wtnford F. Klner
at
Htarke, Florida, thin us
were filed by- women he asked her about it she sold the 1946. January 24, meeting. Scouts throughoutthe the undersigned. will make application
I with desertion house and moved away.A (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, to County Judge of Itradford WEST END GROCERY & MARKETMADISON
.husbands As Clerk. of Bald Court. New River District are Instructed County, Florida, to sell at private
wife's bill of complaint farmer alledged mental Zach 1C. auslik. ", Gainesville. Fla. to appear at the Courtof sale for cash, on the: SSth day of

title she was sick in bed cruelty thusly :"She didn't wantto Atty .for Pit. 1-25 4t 2.15 Honor in Macclenny for their stfrlbed February. property, 1946. the of said following< minor, de-to- ST. STARKE. FLA. ._ _

nd went to a side show live on the farm, she wantedto iv cinrrrr cot'ni, BRIDFOIID advancement and recognition. wlt: The Matt Morgan Farm anil

asn't seen him since.. A live In town." And another man coi'NTr tKUV.Hester' Fi.oitmti ixit.1 .''*- acres House of containing land located; approximately at Htarke 57, Fresh Dressed & Drawn Fryers .62 I

larg-ed that her husband said hia wife "was selfish and Mae Creech. Carter Plaintiff Florida. further described n a the

tober to look for work wanted everything for herself and VH.Cane Cecil No. CroMlIn 4364.ORDER Carter, Defendant.. ,McKinney Home INE NF.Vt:'',., of except KKVt IX A:acres SKVi: to-wlt of 813U: com-of Pork Hams Whole or Half .33 '

lasn't had any word from nothing for her husband." OF PUBLICATION!' Burns At GrahamA meHclnir at NK! corner of WBVi: of
., A soldier in his bill alledglng AND NOTICE TO APPEAR NK''\ Section 27, Twp. 6 14: It 2X.fi] Smoked Hams, Whole or Half .35
Weat 382 Feat, thence run
and run
STATE OF FLORIDA to Cecil
woman alledged her cruelty stated"During: the time CroHlIn Carter, whose residence: and large frame dwelling owned Southeast to a point Zlit: feet Westof Center Cut Pork Chops '.39 .
r -
he was overseas defendant ran nddrexs I IH 133 Coming Street. Charleston and occupied by Mr. and Mrs.John Beet:! Ion line on South aide of.
old her he was "throughthat "'5E,. of NEV, thence Southeast
,
South Carolinaor 530 King
his marriage had around with other men and gave Street Charleston South- Carolina. McKinney and 'family at Graham 660 feet to point 110 feet from until Grade A Round Steak - .42
You burned completely about noon on Section. Line: thence blast 120 feet
not birth to a child which plaintiff are required to appear on
stake! and he was March 4, ISiS, In the above nam- to Section Line Thence North on Grade A Sirloin Steak .44
Feb. 4.Mr.
to live with her. could not possibly have been the od I Court and cause wherein plain- Monday, McKinney Section line to beginning;; All except - -
Continue back father' of and the night he" returned tiff seeks. divorce and UNto ration was away from home at the time, the following; to-wit: it arres
and hasn't been In NE corner of Blivi of NIC%. Hold Rib Stew 22
of Maiden Name, Bradford County C C e C C -
from overseas he found his Telegraph shall publish thin OrderIn and Mrs. McKinney was washing to W. M. ITyan, also except Ii'a"....
| wife'out with another man." next four weekly Issues.Witness clothes In the yard when she sold to Mary K. Halnlop. In BW Cor. '
Lard 20 Pound Kits 4.00
and In the
ncr of SKV, of NK% -
wives and three husbands my hand anil official seal noticed that the entire top of the of NK of Rb'A ,

2if f fAt Last '," sued Eight partners for divorce on the at 1940.OFFICIAL t.Harke. Florida tills January 21)), building was ablaze She received Section Northwest 57. Twp.Corner 6 H,.It. 22*K. Con less Weiners, Large and Small - .37
taming In all 6ft acr. more or
( SEAL A. J. Thomas In their
)_ painful burns rescuing H, It 22 ISast.FHANCKS ; .
27, 8
I A rln. tr.. ..*. In Section Twp. t
AS L.Itr DC saia .uun. babr who sleeo- KINICIl Smoked Bacon .35
6-months-old was N.
T. Frank Landrum Starke, Florida
FROM ,
( I QUICK RELIEF Atty. for PIC 2-1 4t 222IN : ing in the hou-at; the time. All as Guardian ot Wlnford lc.Kiner..
Your 1-25 4t 215IN Breakfast Bacon .40
Cough Symptoms of Distress Arising from CIRCI'IT COURT, BHAOFOnn of the household belongings were - -

be I STOMACH ULCERS (CERY.'Ot'NTr, FLOKlllAl IV CHAN: lost and there was no insuranceon I Maxwell House Coffee .33 _
don relieves promptly JfDirill. Tilt.
building or furniture.It ; : TilE KH1HTH
right to the seat; of the EXCESS ACIDF..BookT.II.ofHe..Tnabneltttlld Harry Charles Freeman Plaintiff, tilT 4-OUHT IV ANn KOH1IHAI .
.s DUE TO v.... Kathryn Phillips Freeman. DeI Blue Ribbon Toilet Tissue .07
.. help loosen and expel i fendant. Cane No. 4368. is believed, that the fire was POUI> COUNTY. KLOHIUA.IN .
fen phlegm, and aid nature ORDER OF PUBLICATION caused by defective wiring In the CUACIClIY.Fiieman .
1 and heal raw. tender. In- Must Help er'ItWIIICostYeHNethlacOrortwo I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR attic. Plaintiff.H. lllckman, Irish Potatoes .. e .04

ironchlal mucous mam bottles of the WILLARD STATE OF FLORIDA to: MrS. VBDIVORCES
''ell your druggist to sell yoaf TRKATMENThare million: been...ldlon..lWol Kathryn Phllllpn Freeman. whose. Mr. McKinney hopes to be able AU..nr- Jennette Green Head Cabbage .03 .
Creomulslon with,the unig nptoms distress arising from residence and Address la 2355 Leavenworth to rebuild in the ,near future. Crowder Hlckman. ____
you must like the way It and DaedMBl liter dun to I ISSSSAcd Street, Ban Francisco. Cal- Defendant. Flour 25 lbs 1.50
ifornia. Pillsbury e -
ays the cough or you are. Peer Difeetleet. Saur or Up*** atm tH. ORDER OF PUBLICATION _
back. 0_...... Heartburn..leea,$eesnees,s5 e- You are required to appear on At The Tabernacle IN THE; NAMU! OF' THE STATE '
JUT money duo to!beess A.M. Sold on 15 days'trial March 4. 1948, In the above named OF FLORIDA 33 Bleach Qts a' ,- .12
back.OMULSION Ask for "WlllareVs M_.."which fully Court and cause wherein plaintiff TO: Allene Jennette Crowder Hick :
explains till LreauneitIv.aS seeks divorce. Bradford County Thursday evening the.Students man. whose residence and addreanla
.
Telegraph Hhall publish thin OrderIn .
Colds,Bronchitis KOCH DRUG:. TORE next four weekly ls' ..u..n.WltneHS League of Many Nations presented unknown.It appearing by affidavit filed In
my hand and official unique at the Tabernacle the above stated pause that Allen
a program
.seal at Htarke. Florida .this Jan- Jennette Crowder lllckman, the Defendant ,
uary 11, 1948OFFICIAL and proved exceptionally herein named Is n not
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas interesting and inspiring. The resident of the Btate of Floridaand :
-iZ2 f:: Complete Service As Clerk of said Court.T. that her residence Is unknown.
.
Frank Landrum, Stark.. Florida. group ,numbered It persons in and her last known address Is unknown -
Atty. for Pit Z-l 4t 2-23 all and each student,was attired in and that there Is no personIn :
,
i jS t/BArrunr the State of Florida, the service :
_] a' Looks like it's going: to be IN riHcriT COURT, BRADFORD the national costume of his or her of 'a Summons In Chancery upon
alt before COUNTY! FLOIMUAl IV C1IAN- native country. Solos both instru- whom would bind such Defendant,
,. long time yet j
.
-'. V BIMMCBI a : CRaY.Marianne heard and that she In over the age oftwentyone
as
r'I ., UCHTSv'rum many of us get that newt Barrett Rogers Plaintiff mental and vocal were years. That the saul,
Claire Hoa-ers, Defen
vs Eugene well as other types of music and Defendant after dlllwent search and
I car we've been waiting: for. dant. Case No. 4349. testimony. The was Inquiry has ben beyond the bound'
group
ORDER OP PUBLICATION personal dance of the State! of Florida for a
it's important -
I Therefore, more AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 'headed by Dr. and Mrs.' M. C. : period of time more than sixty (60

\ -- than ever to let us keepyour STATE. whone OF, FLORIDA residence tol In: llox RugeneHoirers 65, Patterson who represent the Practical days Is prior therefore hereto.it .ordered that said

IrA : old car in A-l condi Farmlngrton, Illinois, Bible Training School of non-resident Defendant. Allvne Jennetta -
I tion. You are required to appear on N. Y. Dr. Patterson Crowder lllckman be and she
w- Blnghampton,
_# March 4. 1940 In the above namedCourt Is hereby required to appear' to the
I and cause, wherein plaintiffReeks' is vice president of the in- Hill of Complaint: filer In aald cause 'r1; is our pledgeto
ified Lubrication Washing Polishing' divorce and restoration of stitution. on or before the 23rd day of February
Maiden Name. Bradford County 194, other wise the- allegation -
Telegraph Khali publlxh. this OrderIn The services last week were unusually of said Ulll for Divorce' will you
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Waxing next' lour weekly Issues.Witness Fred Cowell be taken as confessed by the said
my hand and official interesting.: Defendant for her failure to comply"

STANDARD OIL PRODUCTSGARDEN'S : i eat uary at 24.Htarke.1946.OFFICIAL. Florida, this Jan conducted a series of meetings, with this la further order herein ordered made.It that. this WlthU8 the customer has always been right. _

( BEAD A. J. Thomas illustrating his Gospel messages order. be published once each week We realize that in order to keep your patron
A* Clerk of said Court. with appropriate drawings.Mr. for four consecutive w ek. In the)
SERVICE STATION I R. H. Duncan-SIT, Lynch Bid Cowell was assisted by Bradford County Telegraph a age and obtain your repeat business we mast c''
for Plf. Bradford
Atty.
II. Ave. & Call St. Jacksonville. Florida. Newspaper published In That is aim in life. If at
Garden Mgr. Temple 2-1 4t 2.22 Roger Condon, singer and pianist, County, Florida. please you. our I _

i.v: riucriT COCHT. BRADFORD who rendered vocal and instrumental seal Given at under my office my hand In the and City official...tRtark. any time we do not satisfy you Please let .

COUNTY.'! FI.OHIU.tl IN CIIAN- numbers. Mr Condon Is a ., Bradford County Florida us know. _
CKRY.OeorKe and this 23rd day of January 1946.SKAL .
.. Plaintiff. vs. graduate of Wheaton College
:. Dormer, ( ) A. J. Thomas, -

pi Your Tires Are Slick'- Time to Recap! dant.Murcuerlta Case atham No. 4363 Dortner, Defen Dallas Climaxing Seminary.the seas n'*.Jn.plra. Clerk County of Florida Circuit Court for Bradford 1'HONli. 135:

ORDER OF PUBLICATION by Lucille C. Conner: D. C.
RECAPPING AND NOTICE TO APPEAR tional services will be the Gospel 1-25 4t 214. 315
ROOT.
STATE OF FLORIDA to; Mar- the Dramatic Artist,
Fest
by
AND ,VULCANIZING ITUerlta Latham Dorfner whoxe Song -
ALL SIZE TIRES residence and addresa la Unknown. Elvln UJornstad. This will be Mr. GREEN Temple
,
.
You are required to appear on Bjornst d's third visit and each IN rinrriT COUNT. BRADFORD
AND TUBES March 4. U46, In the above nam-
C
had capacity con rOUTY. FLORIIIAS IN CHANCKHY. Owner ATe.
ed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff time he has _
seek divorce. Bradford County OrderIn gregations. Do not miss him. H Henry V. MePrlde, Plaintiff, v.. _

24-HOUR SERVICE Telegraph next four Khali weekly publish Issues.this will be at the Tabernacle Monday,, Ann McBride, Defendant. Case No.

BEST MATERIALS Witness my hand and official seal Feb. 18, through Wednesday, Feb. 4336.ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
al *' Florida thlll' January NOTICE! TO APPEAR
I GRADE "A" RUBBER 29.> lV"rk I HTATH OF FLORIDA( to: Ann
# : (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. .1. ThomasAs 20.Mrs. McBride whose. revldence. and address I
Workmanship Guaranteed Clerk of laid Court.T. Btarke.. Florida HuttoMrs. Is: S3 Kirk Street, West
Julia .
Frank Landrum '
: 2-i 4t 2-21 Orange, New Jeree?
PHONE 79 Atty. fur Plf. You are required to appear on LEARNTO

iv t-inrrrr COITHT. BRADFORD Julia.Armlnta. Butts, 88,, February 28. 146. In the wherein above ,
named Court and cause,
COI.MTY, FLORIDA IX CHAN mother of L. S. Hutto of Starke,, plaintiff seek. *' divorce. Bradford. '

CKRV.nrady W.bb. Plaintiff vs. Norma died in Orangeburg, S. C., Thursday County Telegraph- sheUl publish k'i Fly _
SERVICE L.
STARKE TIRE Defendant. Case thlw Order. In next four weekly !a- ,
Veronee Webb Feb. 7 at the home of her sue*.

No.ORDER 419. OF PUBLICATION daughter after a long period ol Wltnesa my hand and officialpeal _
this January
Florida
at Starke,
Adjoining Temple Ave. AND NOTICE TO'APPEAR health. .
Temple 'Garage FLORIDA to: NormaVeronee declining 21.tlt4ICAL under the -
STATE. Webb.OF whose residence. and Funeral services were held at ( ) A. J. Thomas.

address Is 14* South Congress, 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon from A William* Clerk D.of said Morgan Court.Fifth Floor

Spartenburr.You are required South. Carolina.to appearon above the Dukea-Harley :Funeral Hom.4 Clark ida. Atty.Building for Plf.Jacksonville.1.U 4t Flor 2-IS G. I. BILL OF RIGHTS '

March 4. 1948. In the whereinplaintiff In Orangeburg with the Rev.* J.

named Court seeks and divorce cause: Bra dford Ross Johnson officiating. Burial

: REFINEMENT County TelegraPh' shall publish thle was at Union Cemetery near Cope,, USE at

} Order In next four weekly Issues.official' S. '
hand and
( in every necessary detail In a Serviceavailable seal Witness at titarke: my, Florida. this January C.Mrs.. Hutto Is survived by five 666Cold

1 & locally and widely known 31. 1944. 3. Thomas daughters. Mrs. C. M. Tomlinson,,

% for its modest cost its wholesome A(OFFICIAL> Clerk of HEAL said )Court.T. A.. Belton. S. C.. Mrs. J. W. RaiUord, Preparations STARKE AIR PORTFor

courtesy,and always tactful sympathy. Frank Iwindrum. Stark.2-1 Florida.4t 2-21 Camak. Ga., Mrs. BL Q. Garrick C
Plf. D.sp.
for LI..I.-I..l'f-
Atty. St. Petersburg P1*.. Mrs. R. W.

iv: riRcriT cornT, BRADFORD Brantley. Meban. N: C.. and Mrs. CAPTIONS! ITseealy Aa IMreeteelRestie
CHA.1fKRY.
IX -
FLORIDA
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COINTV.! S. C.
C. F. Miller. Orangeburg. ;;
$hul.r, Plaintiff. vs. and .
Dorln Martin Defendant. one son. L. S. Hutto Starke

DEW1TT C. JONESTAMBULANCE Case Paul No Warren 4361.ORDER Hhuler. 13 grandchildren and 7 great. R. Thomas' For Information

SERVICE' OF PUBLICATION grandchildren.
APPEAR
.. STATE AND NOTICE OF" FLORIDA TO residence to: Paul and PLUMBER Call Ve S. St. John 142I"BRUARV

Funeral Director 0, Warren HhuUr, whose

STARKE: FHONBT 1 address. Is Arlington Hotel. Macon on I I0..orIr1a. MAYES 11th St. & Temple Ave..
to appear
You are required named ? or

Our local l funeral home enables us to Court March and 4. II4 cause, In,. wherein the restoration above plaintiff ofMaiden RADIO SERVICE I have Juvrt been discharged I

offer conveniences and services not seeks, divorce ad Bradford County from tile Navy where I received -
Name. Richard G. Kidd A.U.S. Res.
otherwise available. Telegraph shall publish issues.Witness this. OrderIn SERVICEON additional plumbing ,
weekly
next four hand and official ALL MAKES erprrfeoee and win ap-

mlSI1 the highest type -servIce at .the lowest prices and seal at Stark my.. Florida. this Jan- RADIOS predate the patronage ofmy at Phone 63

A.;- life Insurance: policy In force Issued by ANT com- uar" U. Uti.IOFFICIA LHEAL. ) A. J. Thomas.A oM and new friend

114 paYment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation Clerk ..f said Court.T. Starke.. Florida.. South Walnut Street .

no obligation. Frank Ijindrum. *.! tt J-JII; -
for Plf.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRru.T:
'\ mainr: II ,

to the will of the Democratic -voter Ktarch 18, 1948. In the above
Gainesville. 'corporatlonM
In
Berries BeginTo County T. B. and Jrlelth Associ- County Hospital In the primary of May 7. If elected ; named Court and cause, wherein theIT. belnJr list,4 ....
IL ation held here recently.' This Is to this responsible position I plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford uf "' Ifl'orpor5t Ida .,
'W.C.T.U. LINDA DALE WILLIS tne dutieS of Telegraph shall and
Market- amount raised promise to carry out County publish this the records
ever DC
Reach the largest Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Willis of the office to tne best of my ability Order In next four weekly Issues. utate: each and the .(,'"""
here In a seal drive It was stated. and will greatly appreciate your Witness my hand and official seal poratione appear"Very or
Loading for 1946 strawberry Of the $654 total, 3170 goes to Lake Butler announce the birth of active support and vote on May 7. at Starka Florida, this February three (3) Years dClrnq
'
SoFT DRINKS QUITE be well a daughter Linda Dale on Wed- -H. U. Crosby. 13, 1946. flllUIr or telrts 'Jr hi", ,,,-.
to
Is expected National II
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COKRKCT shipments the State and organizations (OFFICIAL SEAL! ) A. J. Thomas, taxes under the
Feb. 6. I>
RJ under way the latter part of next and the balance remains for nesday,_ FOR "SCHOOL' no Aim As Clerk of said Court. ter 11611. Laws ',rOV1Mhfn-f :

Mrs. Truman wife of the week. While plantings are by no use in the county. The local association JO ANN CARD WELL Dlntrlr No. 8 T. Frank Landrum Starke Fla. of 1931.said and thRt uUdpl Florid.th, ...!!
Chapter
I myself a can* Ptf. 8-15 4t
hereby anounce AttY. 38i
for 16MHO
the United State means comparable to pre-war has total of fl Law. Ao
Pnmldrnt of now a Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Cardwellof dldate for member of the Board ofPublic of Fiorida Matd j .
and her daughter, Margaret' le"el/t./' Information from II. L. 302.50 in the bank, it was re- Starka anoUnce the birth of a instruction District. 3, com' cinctrrr cointr, BRADFORD solution have been Ohl."d a" co
various prising I : Hrooker. New River, Graham rOl'IMTY' FLOHIUAl IN CHAN and thai Iqbj k
and
local Ihr.
,
ordered Brownlee buyer
have
are reported to ported.Dr. daughter Jo Ann on Tuesday and Hampton, subject to the CKHV.Juanlta after the date Tor thll tll '"
range Juice when they were growers indicate- that the county H. H. Adams will x-ray all Feb. :8.EUNICE So will of the voters In the Democratic Crowell Kolaya Plaintiff. each listed and every sUch a ..
the honor guests of the ex- this year is definitely embarkingon Primaries in May. If elected to vs. Martin Kolaya Defendant.. Case below that hv.1:
for the localassociation meantime n tj
cases ,. this office I promise to dischargethe No. 4.198. tiled| their,
dlnrre/ Metropolitan Club at the "road back' in Its basic and Mrs. T. H. Osborne has or- ELAINE KKLSHY duties connected therewith In a ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND and paid tax due lindeI'"""4 .
Increase in shipmejjts Mr. and Mrs. F. T. of fair and Impartial manner. Your NOTICE TO APPEAR lons of Chapter tilt",
the recent brilliant opening of irtUt cjpp, .,,..An dered literature for the schools. Kelsey I Laws of 146-7' Ac''. :
Florida '
will STATE OF
vote and be highly ap FLORIDA
support ) to: Martin ,
,(be Metropolitan Opera In New at,... ..leant. 20 percent over The State's mobile x-ray unit will Starke announce the birth of a predated Kolaya, whose residence Is 313 East be certified to the aM n""" !(,

Yrk Such preference scarcely> last, Beftworrld expected. be In the county before school Is daughter Eunice Elaine on Tuesday Your respectfully K. J., Lewis New Palisades. Jersey.Tou Boulevard.. Palisade.. Park. time will Issue l" Proclanlltlon., ::1'

wan exprmMMl to attract attention. Thj! total acreage is estimated out to give free x-rays to all Feb. S.: American .hl .. ,:
; are' required to 1 I( AmllMo'nent
appear on I Inc", Starke r.:
.1 Thme women's every act In'the neighborhood of 175 acres children above the age of 15, it ALICE JANE BROWN TWO IITSICH! TO BB HOLD! March 18, 1946 In the above named I Bradford Fla. ...

la attrntlon-creatlnjr. no that far below the pre-war peak of was announced. I! The Board of Public Instructionof Court and cause, wherein plain- I' Fla. 'hoto Rhop. lit,....'
Mr. and Mrs. John S. BI'O'Iof tiff seeks divorce and
< Bradford County, Florida ha. custody of I
they need not depart from 1I09ac" 1!', Lawtey announce the birth of a fur sale two school buses-one 1937 minor child. Bradford County I IJ'rDoker Brooker, TIII'I1entlne COIII
Fla,
lft
their desired pattern to be therenter 100 Ford 1935 ThtHoard Telegraph shall publish this Order I .,
of the spotlight. It It Tuesday approximately Teachers AssociationTo daughter Alice Jane, on Thursday a"ljtnc :; 1.rOlbfde, onthese In next four weekly issues. I 01 It Ihls i la further. dl"c led that

Asked for crates were received by Mr. Jan. 31. buses until Monday, March 4.1U48 ,-. Witness. my hand and official seal In the'nOliI'Bradtol'd be PUbIlMh", e::'
unthinkable that they Meet Feb. 22 at 10:00: A. M. at Its office at at Stark..l1'lorida, thla February 9, I a l'ollnly T'I
range Juice to dismay their Brownlee, and ilO crates on Tues ROGER WALTON BATTEN the bounty Courthouse at Starkei ,194B. I County newspaper, Florida Published. In B:::

hont They are too 'ronnlderU 'day and FrIday of the previous The Bradford County Teachers Iradford County, Florida. The (OFFICIAL S0AL) \. :J. Thomas I the home office, In which 1:0:,'
of Ilt '
Batten buses
Mr. and Mrs. Claude may lie seen at Carden's Ser As Clerk of said Court. I corporations .. the Iboft,,
of tile ferllngw of other" week. Shipments will continue to Association will hold a ,special Rte., 1/Starke ;announce the birthof vice Station :$Staike Florida,, of" It. II. Duncan. 817 Lynch Bldgr.acksonvllle I IN SVITNESS..I'"n' 10 '

for that. be made by truck, with buyers meeting Friday Feb. 22, 1946, at a 'Son,. Roger'Walton. ; on Jan. County 2-l8St. S-22.Garage,, tttarke Florida.' -'I IJlltTO : ,,ty-f.ar i Plf., Florida. 2-15 4t 3-8 I I hereunto the set \\'HBnJOPdb,Ind

It 'm",,'",be' that ,they asked making' their deliveries to Jacsonville. .-- Bradford High School from 10 23: ... '" I Florida Oreat to lie iuuI afflx.J' *"*'-

for -orange Juice because. they. a. m. until 3:30 p. m. Dinner will "UK PUtClltSKU I NOTim OF INTENTION" I h..""f'e the Capital.' thl.1Jl'
,TO IM*"IOI\H COtlPOItATIOVS' I t
WANTED orange'' juice If the The ceiling price at the present be served at 12. """ Goldman t of The uradford iluurd,County of Public, Florida Instruction wishes Notice In. hereby given under the day 'January, A, D.) I]?,'t. ..j I,

Flnt Lady and her daughterare time( l Is 2Cc a pint. All teachers and principals ar? Mrs. Mania to purchase a new 40 passenger :.l'fovhclon.- of Chapter. 16880.' Law I Secretary It A. (01l1T'|| '

not hcsllunt about being I expected to attend. A speclal'ln- Dies 'In"Miami h'i'L. bUH.}:,chassiH am].body .!''Ie.alt. ) r Acts _of_1935_to each Of It. .' .(B.91:
vu UIIIM w n o" received onOP "
,
known an persons Mho order Xmas Seal Sale vltatlon Is also extended to the' fnre Monday, March 4, 1948 af 19:90 ,' .", .' -=--
range Juice, the men and school superintendent supervisorand ktis.. Man'ia Goldman of the A. AL at Its office, ai the County '. -
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women who would rather beamngftt I:'Brings 'In $654A board members.. There will local National Army Store died County Courthouse Florida.at Starke:bus" to Bratfora be lettered EVERY BRANCH OF

-f dead than Meein queer be two guest speakers for the early Wednesday morning in St. provided with Stop Signs. and Se.livered .
total of $654 was collected afternoon session. FrancIs Hospital in Miami Beach to Ktarke Florida. The
now may order orange juice or Hoard reserves tbe right to reject:
any other: aubntltute for an In Bradford County from the 1045 1.where she "spending some any and all bid II. )

alcohollo beverage withouthmdtatlon. sale of Christmas seals according: J. L. Harrell Rites I time. Her body was shipped to 2-15 2t 2-22. 3-

to a report made by Mrs. J. R. her home in New York Cltywhere '

Walnwrlsrht sale chairman at aninformal Set For SaturdayFuneral : n 6 it
-The Union Signal. services were held later. i.v ('''((TIT COt:liT, UHAIIFOHIJ ran c e ,
of the Bradford
meeting Survivors are her husband Sam- C'OI'NTY, FLOIIIUAl' IN CHANCKIIY. '
services will be held at .
I uel two daughters Mrs. Bertha BcBxle 'I'
; Smith Plaintiff, vs. Ivey
9 a. m. Saturday at the family
Hertz :Miami( Beach and Mrs. Ida I Smith' Defendant. Cane No. 3419.

Lewis residence Harrell.in Lawtey who died for at Joseph his Kuysersteln of Jamacla, N. Y., 'anda AND OKDEH NOTICB OF PUBLICATION TO APPBAIl :

Clothingand sister Mrs. Joseph Schkurman STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ivey H. C. Wall Ai
-- home there early Thursday morn- Smith whose residence Is unknown. Agency
Ing. of 415 Madison :St., Starke. You are required to appear, on ,

Mrs. Goldman made March 14, 19-16. In the above _
Immediately following the ser many named Court and cause. wherein '
vice here, the funeral cortege will friends during1\her stay here who' plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford I

ShoesFOR leave for Tlfton Ga., where a will regret to-iiear: of her death. Order County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issues.thla Constant Service Over 50 Years

committal service will be held at Witness my hand and official seal -
CHRISTIAN CHURCH at Starke Florida, this February Iease.
3 p. m.. with interment there. 13.' 1946. Phone 146C'L'ASSI'FIE I
DeWitt C. Jones Is in charge. (OFFICIAL SEAM A. J. Thomas ,
Services for the week of Feb. As Clerk of said Court. :

17: Bible School 10 a. m., Morn- H. O. Brown Starke Florida ,
Hunting Season : Atty. for Plf. X-1S 4t 3-8 -
ing Worship 11 a. m., Evening '-

The Entire Family Closes Today Worship 7:50: p. m. Prayer Meeting IW!! ('...ceIT COI'IIT BRADFORD : '

Wednesday 7:30 At the rOlNTYi FLOHIDAl I.V CHANtKIlY. '
: m.
: p. : :
With today"marking-'the'close morning i service the pastor will James Douglas Plaintiff. vs. Ityrll DSFOR'

of hunting season. Judge E. K. speak on the objects and plans for Douglas. Defendant. Case No. 4414.. ,

Every day is'bargain day Perryman announced that 228 the week of compassion. Every AND ORDER NOTICE OF PUBUCATION TO APPEAR !! ,horse' SALE, will.- Tiro-,work mules anywherev.and one FOR RENT-One 3-room tpuld

State and 168\ County licenses member,,ef the church should be Douglas STATE, whose OF FLORIDA, to: Myrll Cheap. ,,.f. D..Odom, Box 247. S private*. SOS Temple bath. F Ave.A. Scotl:! d 1
residence and ad- Starke.
have been issued. Although this In this service. At the evening dress \\n ftp
% Chester Olldea. 12 N.
I at the *, .* .* season saw a slight increase In hour he will speak on self evalua- Stlnson Avenue, Gloucester New FOR BALF.J.IIburn.r oil stove FOR' SALE wood. 7 A. strands D. ot !II.(

State hunting licenses,totals have tion. The mid-week topic will be Jerxey.You are required to appear on, used Vanity leas dresser than,' 125 6,. and months Windsor, 140. Split 216 Btartee.: crosby, JiIII I IFOR'SALEBreakta

I. .," !* f. for the most part been much the the 12th Chapt of John. March 18. 194S In the above rockers '84. See Mr. Dale at Car.penters t .

same during the past three years, named plaintiff Court seeks and divorce c.u.e. Bradford wherein Drug Store. Itp utility _cabinet, bed rms MI I II

It was Indicated. PoliticalAiuiotthcements County Telegraph shall LOST stoves; one 6 burner slit k
publish this -Large yellow
tabby Persian
STARr March let continuing through Order In next four weekly Issues. cat In vicinity of 8.. Orange St. gpod In oven condition.and one Mm.4 burner, itt
a. t.QimIS.
Witness my hand and official seal Please notify' Mr. Bv D. a '
tgre April 30th, are 'scheduled as the at Tenly ., south of Stark Ml I
Florida
Starke. this February P. O. Box: 665 or .Mrs.: Mamie. liar.p4rI'Kig.ley 2*. '
on'bass 14. 194&- "' loll
ii closed, dates' ,! fishing.Assessor (OFFICTAL'BSAL' ? ?. Lake. Itp

,. 'ro -the Q..llflr4 Vet.,. of Cosmty An Clerk of- said Court.'A. J. Thomas., FOR' SALE *->. ,Hoa..e., ttllUer1.wlth: FOR". built'SA.x.m-t of trailer 1 nM..
I' heavy beaver
I :To.Hear CosnmliuilBBiev District N.. it, T. Frank'-'tjirtdrum.' Starke;.tFlaj tires." custom fattcondi bunt;
'Brad for* canrttr., Florida. AU)". for ff. ,<. 2-15 It SSI.V '-tlort/.t.t.Re".b1if.b.e. .n'Jllif Cocai? Iy.t';waterproof oypress.t Can, flooring be amt bullli|..

Tax Complaints tor I hereby re-eleetlorr" announce m my' candidacy Commlnsloner ,-.-----. : : ItFOn Easy; to teat down. Belllnf eU!
_, t. 'n County Nick
CIRCUIT COI'HT. aTrJt.r' Camp, 8tar
of District No: t, subject to BRADFORD BALE-iil'' 6-room hdaa com ,:

.if .c'IIII": o' 1' T''C't'' E.. W. payesloeal, \ tax assessor, I the promise Prlma.rleik td continue In May. to ft re-elected work fer CO(}JJ'( .'". FLORIDA b ",.h.) I.V CHAIVCKKVJ. -1- pletely. furnIshed. ,W electric It" electric hot )' '>i) iiLOST.Ladies :

4 ,. : SMP.7 : ..1 A'-: : !'' 'la announced''Wetniesaay that comply and'the the bent Countvs interest. of Whole.the District. Oeorca.vs. Lois F i P.!.RhIn.hsrtJr. Rhinehart.. > .,Defendant.Plaintiff, water newly heater.-: adjoining' ,lots size 14,. ..Jan 29.brown. between wool' tl a.;
(nt,: ''Wltl regard ,.assess-. Upnn-'tTild pro'rnlse a I Case No. 4401.ORFXER fencwr"P.. 0. Box: 848 Walnut St..& Now Method' *
1'ellpectfullyaoll"'t' or apply jit sChurch: .St. _tf.E .
.r. Nice reward. Fiats MIor
ments will thIg'yeat-be heard In ''}'' ul' vote" 'and active. support. '. ANT !NO: 'OF ttJii.'rO PJIBLICATION : call ,S4.J. hIts Lucllli. hi,

HOLLY< :" his' courthouse, office, rather than on'M53' till.Your* very truly STATE OF1 FLORIDA APPEAR-to: Lois 4. .'. ,: wrn:i .TE- R; ard. I IIF
0jDHillbilly In 'various 'o Rhlnehart, :IBS Third New'
parts ( the county. :B. L. CRAWFORD" Street
.
,. ,' Cumberland Pa.Yoti Vrid'OFFICE MACHINE 1TOI/WANT good kodak Htures
The former arrangement where- take your film to DltaKOlft
Fort "RKIMIKSK'VTATIVr: : aPe .required .to ,
by' Mr. Hayes toured the' county i I hereby annoynca my candidacy March 18. 1946 In the above appearon name .R PAIR. WORK Shoppe. WjGREEN

: for' this purpose has proved Impractical -I for the o !itepreiientatlve In Court and cause wherein plaintiff COVBSPRI.VGS-Fwta
'& VaVyille the State: Lelflll.lou.llre< from Bradford seeks dlvorrv'and custody and sup :: Ideal ,tourist, trailer -on*
-I it was stated, with the County, subject to the will of the port of minor.'child. Bradford QuIcKSERVICE business location, Intiwdu
number of complaints not war- Democratic voter In the May 7th County Telegraph shall publish this 'Guaranteed Work adjoining Naval Ha.., Kttnfn
primary. 'Your vote and support Order In next' four weekly Issues.. l lWANTEDHousekeeper bdon.
ranting the t time or highway frontage. J. T.
r a v ellng in will be greatly appreciated. Witness mv.hand and official seal Jaz. Ph. 3-6617.
JAMBOREEI volved. '-Jake P. Roberts. at Starke. Florida this February
12. taaa Apply "Baker"
t for H
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, 333 W. Call St. In Manatee County. Contact
Recent Births Please take Notice that the Un.dersigned An Clerk of said Court. W. L. Powell at Charier *i M

I Parole ('on will mlalon apply to Tallahassee.the Florida T.Atty.Frank for Pit.Landrum, Starke Fla. LIST YOUR FARM CITY, AND residence Church/: Souafterl r
From Nashville 2-15 4t 3-8
Tennessee ROBERT EARL RIIODEN Florida March! 5, 1948, at the hour BUSINESS PROPERTY p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Rhoden of of 10:00: o'clock,, In the forenoonor IV! CIRCI'IT COfllT, BRADFORD FOR SALE-one 2-whetl tlMM
a* noon as can be heard for ('0 V NTY'. FLORIDAl IV I"
CIIANCKRY. trailer
trailer housg
Hampton announce,the birth of a restoration of Driver's Permit. one M
7 BIG ACTS rr son, Robert Earl, on Sunday Feb. You will pleaiie be governed ac- Vera Lois Carter Wad ford. Plain trailer Road 4*car. Jordan's Hotel
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10. cordingly.This tiff vs. Thomas Edward Wadford. ..JC.u..
FEATURING / February 5. 1948. Defendant Cane No. 4406. STROUT.L A STRAYED--One Brahma bull"

EUNICE BAJ1YMr. It C. I. BRITT. AND ORDER OF PUBLICATION Greatest .el're>r$lsev of 'eo..- tied face, branded on iM>
NOTICE TO
APPEAR hip medium horns, wt. aroinIbs.
Ramblin' Tommie Scott FOR, COI'MTY ''COMMISSIONER! STATE OF FLORIDA to: Thomas 12.000 fry property. Has) suds erver ., In Sigone
and Mrs. A. H. Eunice of DUtrlrt N. 4 Edward sales of Homes-Karma_ tattoo J.D.O. r.J
I Wadford, whose w"part
mnntn:
I residence Aerewaje. about to i
Penney Farms At tills I and Byem from aU e Ter announce the birthof writing announce myHlf address Is Unknown..' World. 'Brahma heifers. branU
Free .
for eipesi .1... '
And Ills Talking Doll a son on Feb. 10. reelection to the Office of You are required to appear on E. on hip; also several win'
County Commissioner, District No. March IS, 194. In the above A. STROUT REALTY AGENCYRepl'el'lented horn tipped. Will W
4, Hampton Uraham and There..... named Court and cause wherein trouble. J. D. Odnm BatStark.
LINDA KAY ALVAREZ'Mr. to the Democratic voters In the pri plaintiff seeks dIvorce Bradford Locally By .. __
Luke McLuke and Mrs. A. O. Alvarez of maries May 7th.) If redacted to County Telegraph shall publish this F. C. HOLUNGaWORTH
Starke this office I _Ill continue to dlach..r..e Order In next four weekly Issues. lie So. Walnut FOR RENT-Small c1upl. "1furnished.
St.
announce the birth the
of a duties connected there Witness my hand and official seal Call at 300
daughter Linda Kay with In.-a. fair and Impartial man. at Starke Florida. this. Ave.ARMF.
Formerly With WSM on Friday, nero Om. that promise I will greatly 13. 1940. February i MATTRESSES of all kinds .
Feb. 8.MARCUS. renovated -
appreciate. your vote on May 7th. (OFFICIAL PEAL) A. J. Thomas ; furniture upholstered and SURPLUS DDT Ov: j
Thanktf. As Clerk of said Court. reflnlshed. Walnut Sson
Drop Fountain
.. us a card. corner
KRIC: JACKSON Respectfully, Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. HASTINGS MATTftESS CO., E'oz ,'Stark.

j'I GRAND OLE OPRY pro and Mrs. W. T. "Billy" -T. C. Chastain. Atty for Plf. 2.15 4t 3-8 30.; Pslatka. Fla. tf FOUND-Two ladle rln"sl:

Jackson announce the birth of Eon SCHOOL BOARD IW CIRCUIT ('OI7RT. BRADFORD FOR RENT-One house and three Monday. Owner mar ;"|
I their OlMtrle No. a (COl'NTY FLOKIDAl IX 2-room apartments Identifying and pnyll5Ja| |
CIIA.VCKRY.
second sons Marcus Eric, I hereby announce my candidacy reasonable. Inquire with eras'heat, Call Mrs. Murphy > 1

With Clara Bell on Sunday Feb. 10 In the Alachua i, Instruction for member of the guard of Public Ludwig Albem. Plaintiff vs. Katherine plant. Coca-Cola' ltD Office Camp Blandlng IOL
1 from District 3, ..ubJectFARMER'S 1JI 9 Albers, Defendant. Case No.' _- .l,
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U "The Girl From the Mountains" ---ORDER OP1 'PUBLICATION FOR well SALE furnished-Practically* > bedrooms new home I
AND NOTICE TO de-I '
STATE OF FLORIDA APPEAR: slrablelocation,.lot (0310 reas $100 Reid
to: Kath- onable,
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easy terms. Writs' Box
erlne Mb.,., whose residence and 718 or call No. :
I.
Mississippi Valley Quartette SUPPLY address Nauhelm.Is Germany.'Johannes Street, Pad' lip

_1 You are required to appear on FOR SALE-1 7-room house com For,arrest and cOflCt
March 18. 1 H' In the above pletely furnished with electric refrigerator '

____ And Many Other Stars of Stage plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein hot water, .heater.as range P., 0.heater Box and 148 of person or persons p*.

CORNER 10TH & CHERRY'STREETSBallard County Telegraph shall publish this or apply 311 8. Church ,St. Stark maliciously destroj*

Screen Radio and Recording Artists Order In next four weekly Issues. ,
Witness mv hand and official seal r my property. My awij
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at Starke, Florida, this 5AL K
- IN PERSON ON THE STAGE 1 1. 1146. February Lake.One 'vacant lot* on Klngsley 'were slashed and *i
(OFFICIAL BEAD A. J. Thomas '

& Ballard Feeds T.As Clerk Frank of Landrum said Court., Stark. Fla.l A nice little home In Starke, cut.

Atty. for Plf. 2-15 4t 3-3 practically tllrll I.h....'-
Also On The Screen -- ELECTRIC
A 10-acre farm with WINKLER
fair
PRINT SACK I N ciRcrrr: COURT. BRADFORD ings t mll from Starke build
"SECRET COMMAND"Pat rOI'NTY. FLOKIDAl IX CHAN- hard road. and near SERVICEFOR
CF.RY. K. W. hATEs
Fern Thompklns. Plaintiff vV. William I

O'Brien, Carole Landis, Chester Morris Sow and Pig Ration' Case Floyd No. 4411.Thompklns. Defendant.- KAWLKIOH Once Oood opportunity.ROUTE available Writ.-at private RENT!: horn.-3 sleepln 1 ."11'. roo'I "ri,

ORDER OP PUBLICATION once. Rawlelgh's at bedroom suits and Inn" 3|
4.10 Per Bag AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Memphis Tenn.Dept., FABI23.1105 Itp- mati........ Rent |.. ,0' pi I
aTA'rnOr FLORIDA to: William with laundry pCIyiIeilCS W
Floyd Thompklns. whoa residence FOR BALE:-New perfection iurner block of business "eeti<>"' j jworking
I and address Is) unknown. range In good girls but ...111'
Florida Scratch You are required to appear on P. D. Fancher-gtate condition.Farm. Mrs. eouple. 118 S. Cherry t333 "
I TheatreOne Feed March Itp
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18.
1943,
; 4.25perjag named Court and cause In the wherein above WANTED TO RENT-By reliable atarke. FI-HELP ,,,, ,... .L

plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford couple, small house partly fur i 1 WANTED-Sal'' .p.r!"...
County Telegraph shall publish this nished or "unfurnished.; .Wanted be abl... must be able .0.
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Order In next four weekly Issues. tween Feb. 33 and March 1. Write work In Navy retail ,_.'.,;.!..
Starting Mash Witness my hand and _Box 431-A. .
Day Only 4.75 official seal lip Green Cove SpriflC'ary
per bag :t. Starke, .Florida, this February Bill' Naval "J ulflttl. _
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1946.OFFICIAL FOR SALE One horse ", Walnut St.. Oreen CoFla. '"
Matinee And ( SEAL) A. J, Thomas, practically new. io. L. J.wagon Pre ,
Night As Clerk .
of said Court. vail, third house to I.
Broiler Mash - 4.75 T. Frank Landrum, Stark., Fla. Brown! .. Road right lip on CABINS FOR SALEto'on. Jj
per bag Atty. :or Plf. 2-15 It 3-8 4-roomn. on. 3-r"0.11!*'.!:
FOR SALE--Jersey 8_ )""
i Tuesday February 19 IX COrWTY.CIRCUIT PLOHIDAl COl'RT. BRADFORD I.V old'. Box heifer 304.calf. L.c B. Jordan with week, Rte. 3-rooms.miles East Mrs.of W.Slarke Q5

20 Percent : CIIANCKRY. tin -_Blandlns/ road.-wAprrEra.servIee ,,.

-__ 30c and 60c Insured. Dairy Feed Oarlb Aram Oarlb. Plaintiff vs. Nevart. WANTED!: TO RENT-S-room house Slatlo
Defendant. unfurnished. ."
Case No. 411;.. centrally located dant. Experienced Pf tJf'I
3.80 ORDER OF PUBLICATION for Immediate ApDIY 1-
PO..e.
lon. 'not essentiaL
bag Write
Tax Included per AND NOTICH TO APPEAR Box I6', Starke, Fla. James A. Lake Service Stat iufl.
STATE OF FLORIDA tot Nevart Tucker.
Darin I Is, who** residence and address I itVENETIAM..BLINDS HOUMk! FOR tU'IT-3 n1ll-:;
1 tie W. 190th Street. New naitoI'd
New York and blind Stark. on the iu
You York. pairs' Ga. .tt'. Exchange 8ore.r. house furnished or an...
are inquired to In
appear on Lights and water
liP Arthur Dale.GE .
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