Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 8, 1946
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Official County Publication Established In 1877

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Special Officer Area DirectorOf Tax Collections Hospital AssociationMet Outlook Good

Offer Added At School Berries By Air WednesdayThe

To Aid Traffic Farm BureauTo Is Newest Wrinkle Total $80,067Through second meeting of the new- For Profitable

r Service Appointment of Vollle Manningas Six'thousand pound. of sun- ly-formed Association Bradford was County held Wed-Hospital

special the officer was made Tues Speak Here were ripened available Florida for strawberries Detroit January nesday afternoon 1:13: in the Berry SeasonStrawberry
Cove day by Council In Joint agreement Methodist recreation building.The j
een with the School Board. Manning breakfast tables last Friday

will serve in the direction( of morning, just right hours! Bradford property jumped
transportation service ;traffic and the protection of chil- R. G. Arnold southeastern director after they were loaded aboard $80.007.2(1( In taxes through Jan- that arrangements have been
approximately 1000 crates for
Pd of the American made for Dr. J M. Hembree to
locally dren crossing Temple avenue in a plane at Lakeland for the uary, Carl Knight, county tax collector -
residing and 900 for Lawtey this 1
personnel Bureau, will address farmers speak at the Woman's Club meetIng -
county flight of an aerial said tax roll
the vicinity of the Starke school. Inaugural yesterday. A with I .
week indications that
Lake was an- Wednesday March 13th, at the next Wednesday, and Dr. M. a
Klngsley The of the addition to the fresh! fruit express: service between of $105.141.91 was given the office total load .1
dl- expense weekly of as high aa
wi tJtJe ad Courthouse. Z.V.. Hamilton of B. Herlong will address the P.T.A.at .
Lakeland and northern
for collection he said
Monday representing -
local force will be shared by the 6000 crates for the county wouldbe
bus Brooker president of the Bradford its meeting next month.
Florida Motor Lines I Council and Board on a 50-50> market an Increase of 30030.91 over reached before the close of the I
convenient morning oasis it was stated. I Farm Bureau announced yesterday A new company, the Flor- the previous year. The roll for Mrs. Grace Osborne, supervisorof season.
i at I that the speaker Is "an agricultural Ida-Fret-h Air Express: transported I 1944 wa $75,111.00.Tax schools, was present and accepted j' I
betweend I The new officer will assist
hours Cecil Whitehead, for
noon I worker well known the first cargo over* the payments" were broken the appointment to contact buyer .
Green Cove Springs. Patrolman Ed Thornton In regular throughout the south, who has 1,030 air mile from Lakelandto down as follows: teachers and students thiotighout, northern shipments said that the

L. of the dally arrivalrture police duties after school hours.!! seen the bureau grow. to become Detroit. Two chain stores For November 7437702. the county and explain what Is berry acreage of at least 250 I

of the new bUll the leading farmer's organizationIn In Detroit featured the air. For December, $3.167.23. being done to secure a hospitalfor acres for the Lawtey vicinity was 1

|In addition( to seven America." borne strawberries to shopper For January, $3,52301. Bradford County. three times as much aa last year,

'I, scheduled trips, Is as Green Cove Mav The recently-organized Bradford Mho trudged" through The next meeting will be heldWednesday and that the quality of the fruit 1

bureau which enlisted 33 farmersat four Incites of snow to buy March 13, In the was excellent. The ceiling priceof I
Son Of Barber
Starke, 6:55 a. m.; leave its first meeting. Is this month th<'IID. Methodist building at 1:15: p. m. $!).36 per crate is being main-

*Village 7.05; a. m.$: leave (Get; Navy HousingOur conducting a drive for a member- Hurt In AccidentRoy at which time the architect' preliminary tained. .

.ndlnir, 7:10: a. m.; leave ship of 200 by April 1st. estimate as to the cost With continued good weather, I

Springs 7:45 a. m.: President Hamilton announceda Morgan, son of R. L. Morgan -, of a as-bed: hospital! will be pres it Is expected that strawberry
ove 8:30 a. m. neighboring town of Green change In the dates of meetings Denmark Enters co-owner" of the Bradford I ented. trucks will make the haul to east- I
Augustine Cove Springs, now In the throesof
4 m.; scheduled, which are currently be- Barber Shop, sustained bruises and ern and midwestern points until
St. Augustine 4:45 p. a boom such as was experienced ing held to Inform prospective several broken ribs about 0 a. m. the middle of April, or later, and
ten Cove Springs, : p. in Starke during the peak of while returning from that a yield adequate for the local I
8:20: p. members of the values and benefits Race For BoardS. Tuesday Red Cross Closes
[ Blandlng,
Camp Blanding, will get more relief -
I Lake Village, Camp of the organization. It was Savannah. Ga., where he had demand will continue Into May. \

Kingsley 5:35 with Its housing headaches. stated that the remaining sessions earlier taken a load of produce.In B W, Peal, of Peal A Bailey
..: arrive starke p. than Starke did, if plans approvedby follows of the' the dense fog, the negro helper Chailbourn
planned for the month are as G. Denmark, manager Camp CanteenThe N. C., estimated I
Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nim- : local John H. Denmark Furniture who was driving on the return Starke shipments of the past few

Conway local Florida itz for,housing :in access of $7- Friday March 8th, Rising School Store and veteran of World War trip, ran Into a car directly in days to be 400 crates more than i'

nts agent said that more thee 000,000 are approved.The Wednesday, March '13th, Starke, II, announced yesterday his can- front of them. In the poor vision Canteen Corps of Camp last week, with a maximum of :!

will be added If Green Cove housing plan, Courthouse didacy for member of the Boardof cauned by the foggy weather. ev- Blanding. sponsored by the Brad. more than 2000 crates expected

but believed that fornt submitted by Rear Admiral J. F, Friday March 15th, Lawtey County Commissioners from eral other cars collided with them ford Clay and Alachua county shortly. ,

; the one extra round Ehafroth, commandant of the School District Two North Starke.Mr. before they could be moved from chapters of the American Red Peal, Whitehead and W. F. i

d I be adequate.of Seventh Naval District requests Monday. March 18th Graham Denmark was discharged the road. Since most motorists Cross since October, 1945, wall Moore are brokers for deliveries)
1 O. Miller that $7,103,000 be allocated for at low rate of closed t
the Christian Church several months ago after three were travelling a Tuesday. to New York City, PhiladelphIa

f which has been In op- permanent housing at headquarters Friday, March 22nd, New River In the service. He spent one speed because of the tog, no serious The group had served dally at Baltimore, Chicago and other :
between Blanding and of the Florida Group, School In the European Theatre with injuries were received by any the Separation Center in three metropolitan centers, while L. C. l
we Springs for several Sixteenth Fleet.If Friday, March 29th. Brooker the 763rd Field Artillery.In one Involved In the accident, Mr. I shifts,' wdrklng from 1 p. m. to Carter, Morris Garter'and F. B.

s announced February 28 the plan is approved, approx- School. his announcementMr. Morgan Is home with his family' as late as 5:30: a. m., calling for Clark were named among buyers I

rlda Greyhound Lines, imately 1,400 Quonset huts or pre- The bureau official expressed belief Denmark making said, "If I am elect- and will probably be confined from five to six volunteer workers for the local markets.Rotarians I,

?e lire waa bought for fabricated houses would be erect- that the new schedule would feel assured of a fair about two weeks. per shift. Coffee, milk, fruit, cake ,
ed. The development would make ed you may and doughnuts had been served to
| ana included fourteen be to the convenience of farmersin administration to
of Jackaon- Green Cove Springs the largest of the county. He and impartial hundreds of veterans upon their I Hear
L. Y. Milam, every part the best' of my ,ability. I will Cotton ShortageHandicaps \
rney for the company, Navy housing project in the coun urged a large attendance, suggesting appreciate consideration. arrival at the camp for discharge. .
greatly your
service between the camp try.At that everyone interested ." The organisation's closing day

a i Cove Springs. will be present there are 115 housing bring families and neighbors.. New Apron ShopThe was marked by a visit from Colonel Forestry TalkNelson !
d.. units on the base of which 40 are 'j Charles S. KIlburn, Camp

'. trailers and authorities are making Red Cross:AwardsTo shortage In cottons has delayed Commander, who personally

;;if'd ,arrangements for 120 roll-type Tax DelinquentsTarget Be Presented expansion of Mrs. Alma thanked Bradford memlMtrs of the B. Blocker, formerly with

J OfficersAt lowcost housing units at the Jacksonville Hough's ,apron shop, 214 Park Corps for their services. the State: Forestry Service and
'to be ready Sixty Here _Mrs. p.rtJ\ll..Peat'Ulo.f Starke owner of a.lOOO-acre traat-ef '
Air Station .:TO, Plaee.tt was announced<< yesterday.In pin1; II
for bccupaney'1'Mah.Ensign ..-...' Of mld-su*,ner- fr sufficient ma- hid been chalrma1f"'- eCorpa.. land bettfeen/Lawtey.,and'High "

Blanding William Asbury, housing f City Dr.: :M.: B... Herlong Chairmanof terials are released, the shop will Group chaU'iDelwere Mrs' Jun land, was guest ,speaker at the ::

director at the Graen Cove.. Springs. the Bradford County Chapter be enlarged as planned, adding a iuaRmIth74riC. A. Knight. Mia:: Rotary Club Wednesday' dUcusslnsr "

base, reported that applicants lor Discussion of local property In 'of the American Red ,Cross announced personnel of three seamstresses Lucille Mitchell Mrs. Jeanette forestry practices and the Import ;i

i of the National Guard housing units now number more tax arrears was made Tuesday by yesterday that applicationfor and operating with a capacity of Christian, Mr., Grace Osborne, Inca) of proper rnanagement of ,I
'Council 60 certificates of merit had week. Miss Madge Mlddleton. and Mrs. what Is now recognized as one of I
i of Florida met -at than 7CJO.Former. members of the City from 60 to 75 aprons per
ding last week-end to meeting In regular session. It been made to the Area Headquarters At the present time Mrs. Hough W, B. Sewell
that number of the at Atlanta.It orders as the Stringfellow of Ralford and soarcea-.Ita forest ,
itwar plans! of the or- ChaplainRelieves'Pastor was stated a la filling such retail 'j
n. The' meeting was delinquents had not paid their I Is believed that the awards varying supply of cotton allows Mrs. George Roberts, of Lawtey. Mr. Blocker stated that a belt
)General A. H. Blanding, At taxes since as early as 1939, a ,' will be made in from two to three The materials are selected with, a through Bradford, Baker, and ,

the cunp was named. ChurchThe matter that wag considered at weeks. Described as the "Cer view of good laundrying qualitiesand Union Counties Is recognized as

lure use of Camp Blan- Presbyterian some length in light of the Implied tificate for Faithful and Meritor- for economy, so that only Furniture Plant the best pine-growing land In the

connection with the ex Rev. Elwood L. Temple, 39- unfairness to citizens who ous Service during the Second. reasonable prices are charged, state. If kept free of fire, reforestation \'

Rational Guard was dls- year-old former Chaplain with the are paid up to date. World War," it in. given to workers Mrs. Hough stated. would be a natural

4 It was announced thate armed forces, arrived this weekto Plans for action on the problemwere who served In volunteer Red The product's minimum cost is Plans ExpansionAn process and soon every acre of

Government's services Sunday. March discussed. With the collection Cross activities between January now $1.25 each, with the maxi- open land In this section would be
proposed conduct
doubling the strength'of 10 and '17 at the Presbyterian of essential data, to be presented 1, 1940 and the close of the war. mum charge depending on the increase In personnel and thick with flourishing pine sap-

onal Guard, Florida will Church. He has been taking arefresher before the Council at its Mrs. May Hubbell, of Kingsley nature of special orders. The the addition of new equipmentwas ling, he said.Pointing I

ed 7,200 ground troops, course in Louisville, Ky., next meeting.. it was believed that Lake, was credited with the most aprons are made In accordancewith made this week by the Hartman out that the South
from service. I the City Clerk would be specifically hours of any county volunteer, I the kitchen color scheme or supplies half of the nation's lumber
comprising one regimentam his discharge Furniture Factory
since aa a partof
to publish such hours devoted : supply, Mr. Blocker stated
authorized with more than 4,000 motif the purchaser requires.
had eerved
,one fighter squadron. Rev. J. L. West, who the firm' announced plans for
sldered possible that Na- as pastor for the past 8 months, property, in accordance with legal to the knitting of garmentsfor expansion, that several factors make timber
operations In this section almost
uard units from other left with Mrs. West Wednesdayfor process. war relief. Special recognition More Students Solo William L. With, an upholsterer Ideal. Logging conditions ,

U 1 alto make use of Camp their home in Parkersburg, W. it was stated, was meritedfor from Jacksonville, and R.. A. Nettles are
Starke good he said with timber much
Osborne, Home At AirportBill
T. H.
I for summer maneuvers. Va. He had been in ill health for Large Hen EggsThe Mrs. from 1941 to local woodworker and ma- more accessible than in the woods-

Utlonal some time and the serious illness Service Chairman M. Alvarez chine operator, began employmentwith
Guard officer thereafter Graham, of the J. lands of the mountainous west.
but who
resolutions of a sister in West Virginia also price of eggs Is down, May 1942, and soloed In a the company Tuesday.
( charging that Clothing Store, where expensive equipment I.necessary .
volunteer capacities
He and Mrs. the size Is up. according to two served in many Owner E. A. Hartman
cel'l as a whole and called him home. at the Starke Airport stated to the .
the Telegraph Mrs. Glen Duke, former Piper Cub get logs to mlfl.
at for
to : that
and plan specimens as shortages are eased theplant.'a
ns In West like Florida becoming the
particular .were week. chairman, and for Mrs. Wednesday morning, The Importance of care In the
I treated, next fall to spend some time. office this production climactic test in capacity will be Increased. .
the of
advantage of fifth to pans pulpwood was mentioned
Fields brought in the pro- Junius Smith, chairman ,
J. H. | At the present time he Is making
fmlnated the past
against a* to red that aerial instruction during by Mr. mocker, who stated
duct of a New Hampshire Services. 200 pairs of windows a week, but
11, assignments oppor- Realty TransfersThe about five week. that i It Is. still' not profitable to
double-yoke egg to double
nd I advancements." lays a Major Richard O. Kldd. Jr., and expects this output cut the best Ymber for this purpose -

e responsibility for They this F. C.,Holllngsworth Realty times a week he said. This 3 particular 1-2 Rites Saturday V. S. St. John, co-owners of the When a shaping machine recently TrEes that are 'being removed
specimen weighed obtained from Rochester N. Y.
|upon Officers of the Reg- Agency this week announced the and measured 8 1-4 inches For'Mrs. Norman airport announced that others is in for thinning purposes, the
Installation of
y and the Weat Point sale of farms in the Graham and ounces There was making their first solo flight were operation. tops ,of trees that have been cut

1 a particular. Hampton Beach sections. The.130i : around the long way. the small Mr*.\.EHltha Norman. 73, died at James Phillips, Raymond Hall. the equipment will be completed for other purposes, and Imperfect
owned by L. an embossed design on T. N. Nor- and John Zebedee. within a few days It was said. should.be
i.acre farm previously Fields traced witha the home of her son Richard Ray specimens all that goes
R. Wasdln. of Graham. was purchased end w&lch Mr. out- man of Hellbronn Springs at 3:30p. : They had received ten hours instruction The manufacture of wardrobe Into pulpwood, he said. There Is
tort the
to be
CommitteeTo found cabinets will In three weeks
I, by T. W. Roberts, formerly pencil m..,W dnesday, Feb. 27 after a from Pilot Roy Bleg It begin always a demand for the better
Head 'of New York State. The 32-acre line of a hen. White short illness. was stated. 8leg a commercial Hartman announced. In April or grades of timber for lumber
Crews brought in a May, If materials are available,
Hampton Beach, Elma held at filer formerly Jacksonville' has cross ties poles, veneer blocks
L. J..Wynn 3 1-2 Funeral services were
Prow weighing will ot break.
Fund Drive waa' sold to Arthur Compel, also Leghorn egg the residence Saturday. March 2 more than 6.000 hours to his he begin production and many other purposes.be said.
fast sets and other furniture which
I. ounces. 20 students are currently :Mr. Blocker who of
from New York. under the directionof credit. Some spent part
11rrent Red Cross Fund at 3 p. m., the factorywas unable to provide
well Jones with the Rev. learning to fly an Aeronlca his. overseas service time; in Iran.
| under way this week "Museum" Features Odd Items DeWitt C. of Lawtey In trainer and the Piper Cub. during the war contrasted the way timber" waited "
I n E. Local O. E. Cutshaw The window manufactureIs
Dahmer plant's
re- St. John Is supervising the work In this country with the great
tlt $389 Fans To Bplo Knives and interment fellowed In contract for purchasers
haa charge by
been col- Geisha
From additional 30 acres
Ranging of clearing an value that Is set on It In foreign
"' family lot In Dyal Cemetery.Mrs. the state. It an
business district'to termed a pines Italy, Germany; vrancc, the member of as part of a project for enlarging throughout was Land,. In Iran, for Instance, what
member Of the What ha been Norman was a nounced that a large order Ia currently
and its
Rotaryof Hawaii be
'Japan, the airport and improving IltUe timber there Is must
"museum of the,military and misceflany' the Primitive Baptist Church. being filled for George In- and
facilities. grown on Irrigated poplar
of the residential ., with such diverse articles other various Japanese Mrs. Norman was born August man. formerly of Starke who Is poles of six-Inch diameter sell

just gettingunder aa a Chinese gong, an early Edison I There are platoon 19, 1872, in Bradford County, adaughter In the construction business at for around $15 each.
way a Jap Orator.
i 600-pound turtle ,Items including J. L. and Temoerance Springs.New .
h&lrman lamp. and a of the late Tarpon I educational -
Urged< aU work- and enemy cor- He urged an program
at Jo-J0, 124 !flag, a Geisha fan Glllard. She
ouble their effort to shell ,Is displayed Elizabeth Wllkerson Hampton Church to foster a greater public
dtord County quota at South Walnut street. I respondence.Th the had been a resident of Hellbronn Manager At I appreciation of one of our greatest .
'at posaLbie date. Russell Eberle owner of the "strictly G. I. part of j. Springs for about SO years. According to an announcementby natural resources_ mber.f' .

'Ther also establishment for the past eightmonth.l collection offers shoulder patches Survivors are her husband Jeff Wilbur A. Scott. pastor of the Local A & P StoreW. '

at stated that the hopes to enlist coopera- from many units brass Insignia.buttons daughters Mrs. Hampton Baptist Church, William
Hampton baa been in adding to and regimental pins. I N. Norman: five nationally known A. Pursley, of St. Augustine.has Girl Scout NewsThe
dpr of men Mrs.
the tion navy 'H. L. Edwards. Jacksonville. D. Upshaw.
dLrtCtlon been appointed manager
of the are
which feature.8mlUtary eye-catching patches Georgia, will
collection Among Lake City. Tenn., temperance orator
nmlttee. the Jack Mathews Girl Scouts a partyIn
with "Statue of Liberty" t the local A P Store. succeeding gave
along Baptist
souvenirs. of the WinterGarden. at the Hampton
!tray those Mrs Marvin Hubbard. speak Nathan N. Prevatt, who.has been the Scout room Wednesday afternoon
chairman, H| B. hlstorfal odds and division, the Filipino- i Plant eel l Sunday night. March
zoological and (77th) Mrs. W. T. Tlllls. Church '
eo-chalrmal1. 100th Infantry confined at home because of Illness from 3 to 5 o'clock. The
Mrs. G. P. American units the Homer Steam. 10. at 7:30: p. m. '
:h, enda. and Mrs. carried
City following was
Mrs. and since January.The program
T F. B. Hall, Mr Firearms of recent and early the Rang# battalions Tavares: three sons, L. G. Norman Mr. UpahaW will speak on the
C out
new was employedby :
ctafl Mr- B. 41 calibre der- divisions. and Ancel "The Old Time Religion.
'n, vintage. Including a Armored T, N. Norman
MiS,. the A A P In St. Augustine Reading. Idell Landrum; songs
May 37. obtained A cor-
Touchton 30-30 saddle gun; of the souvenirs were SUrke: four broth- The Hope of America.
Doria ringer and a Many Norman all of both before and since his military Detores Hancock: jokes, Vivian
HlcluJ. various theatres to hear

shells, of far-flung Benson dial Invitation Is given
:.tv 57 and 105 millimeter from men era. Luther Olllanl. service, from which he was discharged -, McRae, and Minnie Lou flaxen;
John at
volnt.ed Franklin has types of mortar shells flares I who were discharged Springs, Raleigh Cillard. Daytona this dynamic speaker. November 21st. As a' duet. Marlon 'and Vivian McRae;

vision chairman of the and rockets. Indian knives and an Blanding. Beach. Robert OHlard, Orlando Director cadreman he helped train infantry 'I song. Mary Ella Turner; piano
's With Profeaaor A. African bolo are prominent among I Florida snake skins and rattles and Lewis Glllard. Jacksonville\ : Stat. Farm selected In various parts of solo Alice Lappe.
at scored
co-chairman.: Themember the weapons that are .retired here an armadillo and other animals and three sisters Mrs. W. M. William L. WUaon recently the the U. S. for over five years. : The Scouts wilt hold their regular I

.t committee from active duty. petrified wood and gold ore are i BeclurtJne. Green Cove Springs.Mrs. interests who were combatting OPA's :6-cent! Previously. he had been an A P meeting next Wednesday In t

announced: Stella %obJenklna An assortment of currency from Included In the varied collection. Verdle Ingham and Mrs. effort to remove florldaawinter assistant manager for two and one, the Scout .room at 3 o'clock. All r rm.mbers

and Be.I1tr1ce: the four corners of both hemisphere Eberte. an artillery veteran who Rachel Wilbur of Jacksonville. per pint ceiling price strawberries.on half years.Pursley are urged to attend as anew I

terc.: Ul ", Kelly. *, contributed largely by sol wounded at Attu In the AlsuUans -, Active pallbearers were Felix crop of said will mak.hts'home herewith member will be taken In at
er was WilSOn !
; Stella denominations J. R. Kelly. These are people", -
otbb and BeCUrry diers represents various purchased the business from Sapp Floyd Crosby. in offices who resent I his wife formerly Elizabeth thU time, ,.- ...... -WT.JV*
,Hant.pton. .AddirflnLt of Allied battlefields Indies. Greece: the, Joseph F Rabeck and will remain R. L. demons Basil McRae and I'the"and farmer high making little money." Pert of Palatka. *r-2deU Lajujrunx and Vivian I IcRae

i memben wD1 be Netherlands East here. H- B. Kelly. ( Scribes.
lIext Philip-
week. .I China. Luxembourg. the ,



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. . . after three years' service and is: and son. Johnnie of Gainesvillewere William Green were in Starko and I
TELEGRAPHY now on terminal leave. Then Mrs : supper guests of Mr. and Gainesville on business Monday
THE BRADFORD, COUNTY State Farm J. F. Williams and Mr. and Mrs.C. .I Mrs. A. C. Davis Friday. Mrs. Martha Lea Martin will FOR

Y W. Norton and son Charles, of I Mrs. C. H. Cope returned Saturday i. leave Friday for Baltimore, :lid., RENT>T Ton
18TTK. My Mrs. Bryan VVWtfield Wewahltchka were with Dr. and I from Jacksonville where APARTMENTS

L. Matthews _____.___- Editor and Owner .. . . Mrs. Hembree Saturday and .Sun: she spent about a week with her for a visit with her brotherinlawand ROOMS;
mother, Mrs. Ada'Hubert. sister Mr. and Mrs. Claude -
Published Weekly on Friday and Entered a* Second Class Matterat Dennis, Fancher entertained guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Yarbroughand Smith. HEAT
tile Post Office at Starke. Florida. the State Farm Bridge Club Martin Griner were Mr. and Mrs.S. children, Ann and Jlmmle. of Mr. and Mr Eldon Baxter of AND HOT WATER
Thursday afternoon of last weekat V. R. Martllng of MelrOse. Gainesville were dinner guests of Gainesville visited fila slater, Mrs. -,
the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. Mrs. Fred Miller and little Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Yarbrough C. J. Crews Sunday afternoon. Day or Weekly
It Seems That. D. Fancher. Unique among the grandson, Lynn Gower, of Perry Sunday. -- --
: exquisite flower arrangements spent the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Andrews returned JOIN THE CHAMBER OF CARL JOHNS-

used at this party was that of Mrs. P. D. Fancher, having come Saturday from Camp Crowder, COMMERCE and help build City
The organization of a Hospital: Association by a calla lilies. Recipients of high, to the Farm Sunday with Mr. and Mo., where she was with Pvt. Starke. Hall

group of interested citizens Indicates that the progressive second high and bingo prizes re- Mrs. Fancher: who were In Perry Andrew for two weeks. She was

element of the community is solidly behind this spectively, were Mrs. P. D. for several days. accompanied on her trip by her
Fancher, Mrs. J. M. Hembree and Mrs. Lillie Edwards of Ft. Lauderdale sister-in-law, Mrs. Jack Wally of
much-needed project, and from past performances we Mrs. L. F. Chapman. The awards was the guest last weekof Raiford. SEE FLY &
have come to believe that whatever the community were Defense! Stamps. At the end her sister Mrs. Annie M. Rich- Mrs.'Clayton Drlggers of Gainesville -'. ,

backs solidly, it will obtain. of the regular three progression arde, and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. spent the past week-end with
The Association heartily approves of the ground a dessert course with coffee was Richard. her parents Mr. and Mrs Richard the
served. Accompanied by his brother and Pearce..
work that has already been laid by the Board of County "
COMMUNITY CLUB MEETINGThe two nephews from this section of Mrs. Annie M. Rlcharde is vislt-
"Commissioners, who several months ago authorized a regular meeting of the the state, R. W. Brannen spent.I tag her daughter, Mrs. Annie R. PiperCubFLIGHT

firm of architects to go forward with preliminary plans Community Club was held last, the weekend with another brotherIn I Norman. In Jacksonville.

and specifications. This is a step in the right directionand Tuesday with afternoon the natural In charm the ClubRoom of Misses Loughman.Margaret Reddish of' . . . '" 4

of course, the first step necessary before an appli- the room enhanced by lovely Hellbronn Springs and Delores I

'Cation for Federal aid may be made. spring flowers. Mrs. J. O. God- Dekle of Lake Butler were overnight BrookerBy INSTRUCTIONby

Although the ball has started rolling, there is stilla win, President, presided over the guests of Miss Pauline
Brannen Friday. Mrs. T. W. Markey Ralph Cheshire
long road to travel, before a hospital for Bradford business session. Mrs. J. A. Bou- Donald Gene Butler of the Mer- . . . .
vier and Mrs. J. M. Hembree, as
. who favor this chant Marine arrived Sunday to .
becomes a reality. Those pro-
County hostesses, had charge of the social -
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Tilighamm '" r
ject and believe in the need should step forward and let hour during which they served spend Mr. and his Mrs.leave C.with H. Cope.his parents After, made a business trip to Gainesville

. themselves be heard. What the people want, they get; sandwiches, cookies! and coffee. eight months' absence from the Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. .

and thus it will be with our\ hospital. IRIDGE CLUB MEETING United States, during which time Rurel Dukes and Mrs. Billie Conway-Libby ,U-FIy-It Service
Last Tuesday afternoon Mrs. he Howard were here last Monday
he made a trip to Japan, recently -
L. F. Chapman was hostess at her Calif. visiting friends and relatives.
arrived at San Pedro, CONWAY AIRPARK
home, entertaining her Starke June and Josephln Crews of Mr. H. D. Lynn and son, Roger,
,Almost every day we hear of another veteran who Bridge Club at dessert-bridge. In Raiford were visitors. of their of Lacoochee were guests of Mr.

,, "has grown to like Florida, and more particularly Starke decorating for this meeting Mrs. grandparents, Mr.: and Mrs. Dave and Mrs. O. W. Barry Friday. 4 Blocks West of Union Bus Station
Chapman used a profusion of Mrs. S. M. Mott and Mrs. Lee
and who will remain Thornton Saturday and Sunday.
during stay at Camp Blanding
sweet peas. On this occasion Mrs. the Crosby have returned home aftera Phone' 32 or 147 Ring 2
,here to enter business and make his home. A Z. Adklns won high prize, a past Mrs.week E. A.with Stafford Mr., and spent Mrs. week's visit' with friends and .,

:This tends to prove what we have believed all double deck of cards, and Mrs. J. Clifford Hayes In Bushnell. relatives in Wauchula Sebringand

.along-that although many of the men "griped" about W. Andrews won bingo prize, alandkerchlef. Mrs. M. D. Young and Mrs. T. Okeechobee.
Guest players were Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hardy were
Blanding while they were stationed there, they became Mrs. Fred Guy of Starke and Mrs. T.Mrs.Fillyaw Ira Young were and guests Mr.of and Mr.Mrs.and in Gainesville Saturday visiting his I

sold on Florida in spite of themselves. As a USO staff Fielding Chapman. W. E. Fillyaw in Lake Butler Sat mother, Mrs. Charles Hardy.

member once exclaimed: "I'm going to stay in Florida.I'll INFORMAL DANCEAt urday.Mr. Clyde Cone with Bill Plummerof "ONW'AY'Sl

never spend another winter in Pittsburgh I I':' the Community Building Friday and Mrs. Earl Chambers of Jacksonville spent Saturday on
Santa Fe Fishing.
This "sampling" of Florida by servicemen night a number of young people Live Oak were Sunday guests of J. Service
so many > of the Farm and friends from Mr. and Mrs J. E Chambers. Mr. and Mrs. H. Swrrency / StationPHONE
during the war, we believe, is going to result in Graham and Starke enjoyed a With them were their three chil- have returned to their home his In
dren who remained here for the New York after visiting 147 RING 2 FOR SERVICE
unprecedented growth and development of this state. dance. Wild flowers were effec- sister
father. A. B. Surrency and ,
Indeed, this development is already well under way and tively used In decorating the rest of .the week with their grand Mrs. Vera Allen.

it is safe to predict that Florida is now at the beginningof rooms used consisted for the of party. and Refreshments parents.Mr.. and Mrs. E. J. Yarbrough Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and '. Oil Changing
the most glorious chapter in its history. cookies. The group was chaperoned visited Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie B. children visited her parents. Rev.in Greasing
G. E.
and Mrs. McGauley
by Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Godwin. Johns at Kingsley Village Satur .
day. Palatka last Friday.Mr. e Waxing
Major Joseph S. Ford and Mrs. visitors of Mr. and and Mrs. Sanford Ritch and
! Saturday Washing
Anthropologist Paul G. Dallwig undoubtedly had .
Gene, of Starke were week
W. Walton Ford of Atlanta, Ga., Mrs. E. G. Land were Mr. and son. '
something there when he remarked the other day that of her 'parents, Mr.
pent the past week-end with Mrs. Mrs. Martin Land of Starke. end guests Polishing
mankind should get wise to itself and stop thinking so A. Brown.
and Mrs. L.
fielding Chapman and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strickland y Tire
I much. "If we don't, we'll pretty soon think ourselves into Mrs. L. F. Chapman. With her Mr. and Mrs. Pasco Mod are Repairs

r extinction," he warned. visitors. Mrs. Chapman, Jr., spent here visiting his parents Mr. and
According to this learned man the 'atomic bombis Saturday in Gainesville.Mrs. Mrs. Sam Mott. Mi.: Mott was ELECTRIC, ARC WELDIN

only the beginning, ,of the destruction that man's J. P. Watkins was the CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION stationed In California and recently
brain power can produce. "Our days will be numbered if guest 'of'Mrand Mrs. J. F. Wlf- received his discharge from

we don't spend,less time,,splitting atoms and more .time lama in Gainesville, for, several the army. AMOCO GAS ONE HOUR
week.Mr Mr. and ,:Mrs.' Max :Lewis and
day during thepast; '
trying: to1relax'and enjoy life, he !laid1tt I 1 Mrsl- daughter, Dorothy, of Jacksonville OIL &GREASE .
and J. a. Caldwell and
According-to Anthropologist Dallwig, we've become daughters visited Mr. and Mrs. were guests of Mr. and Mrs.,E. J.
:animals with over-specialized brains. "That would be V
J. B. Caldwell at their home near I cw 1 Is Sunday afternoon.
all right if we'd only specialize in developing enough Ocala Saturday :.t rs. E. B. .\. 'lrea of Tampa is Quaker State

brain power to realize the folly of our ways,' he says. IA F. Chapman was in Mont- visiting her brothor Curtis Melvin Oil

"Man's over-thinking threatens to, squeeze all the joy ,r gomery, Ala., and Tallahassee for and family.
out of life." 'several days the latter part of (ik\ Mrs. R. F. Cans and Mrs. Mike Sealed Containers

Mr. D all wig's remarks conjure up a very ironical last week. Tilighamm were in Gainesville

picture-scientists lying awake nights, toiling in stuffy Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Johns and Thursday. RIDE
laboratories to devise more efficient means of blowing son. Kenneth, of Belle Glade were Mr. and :Mrs! T.V.. Markey, FLORIDAGREYHOUND AUTO LITE
with Farm relatives from Thurs Mr.Mike' Tii'Khamm' : and John
themselves.and everyone else to extinction. Yes, Mr. BATTERIESIt's
, Dallwig definitely has something there. Mankind thinks day until Saturday. At that time
Mrs Effia Johns and little Jean USE LINES Inc.
' ,
entirely too much-or at least in the wrong direction. .
Dugger returned to their home
Why can't just forget it-all and fishing BUSSESFor
'I we go here after having been guests of 666Cold

Mr. and. Mrs. Johns for several PHARMACISTPhone Safety
weeks. Comfort & Economy '
More and more we come to realize that one of the Mrs. J. A. Bouvier has returned 64 STARKE Preparations Phone 147
most valuable assets of this community is timberland. home from McIntosh where she ...,.-...... .*.-...Iv.N.*. Drop. Take Care Of It
Other natural resources may be exhausted in time, but visited Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McRae On-the-Minit Service CAUTION U..o.ly: A* Direct

properly managed forests'and farm woodlots will go on for about a week.
Guests 'of Mr. and Mrs L. F.
----- --
I as long as there are men on the earth to '
I benefit it. Chapman' during the past week
were Mr. and Mrs. James V. Ben- '
I Once we thought of forests chiefly in terms of timber net of Washington D. C. Mr. a Big Evening Have a Coke
I -a crop that could be harvested only once in a gen- Bennett la Director of the Federal -
eration. Today, through the medium of pulpwood and Bureau of Prisons and he'and

l other newly developed uses, our forests yield paper, Mrs. Bennett were accompaniedon I \ "
I shipping containers, plastics, textiles, chemicals, build- their trip by Mr. and Mrs. "
ing materials and countless other useful items. Shelton of Atlanta, Ga.

Furthermore, pulpwood operations, properly car- Young Clinton Bradley returnedto
: ried out actually increase the value of remaining'' timber his home in Jacksonville Satur- lu
by thinning stands. Thus, by proper management day after having visited his grandparents 1 Il
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hund-
--.a knowledge 6f which can be gained by consulting ley, since Monday. I IIIII

the forester or county agent-our forests can yield a,I II J. L. Robinson and'Mrs. W. H. &!
I cash crop periodically, and every year become more : Parker were in Seville Saturdayand

valuable. Sunday as the guests of Mr. -- p
Proper utilization of our. forest resources will]] Robinson's mother, :Mrs. J.C. Robnson _
benefit everyone in community through providing Sunday being her 94th :
:' more income for the farmer and land owner, more jobs birthday. At that time J. E. Livingston
I and more industry throughout the state and nation. brother of Mrs. Parker

Yes, someday we might even learn to appreciate who is now living with her and 4'

our forests enough to take reasonable care of .them. Mr. Robinson went, to Daytonafor -
r a few days.
-.:... During the past week Dr. and
Mrs. J. M. Hembree had as visitors
i >Now that travel restrictions have been removed, from Thursday until Saturday
we'c 'n'look'for'our old friends, the racketeers and gyp Capt. and Mrs. Daniel Boone and A 1(

artist;' tq pick up,where they left off before the war. son Dan of Panama City and I _
Indeed Starke has already been visited by one such Texas. Capt Boone has recently -
tflt-a phoney photo studio that returned from the European area
breezed into town I
h'U .. .
several weexs ago, collected several hundred<: dollars in I

.advance payments, and breezed out again ,without cUN 1 _
-livering the goods. /J _
From other sections of the state come reports, of 1
j 'Various rackets that are now being worked on the un j.

suspecting public-high pressure magazine salesmen L
posing as veterans working somehow under the G. I. 1-

Bills of Rights, and any number of other new angles.
You'll have to give these fellows.credit for thinking time the
original and plausible-sounding schemes. ollt'for friendly pause

Florida will probably be the mecca for such racket-
terra from now on. .because .this state offers them the r ji:1i Snack3 at ,our house" always rings the bell. No matter what the hourif

ideal Florida setup for vacation combining at the business expense with of the pleasureanice natives there's a bit of home cooking in the cupboard-and Coca-Cola in

what could be sweeter? PR01IPT'SERVICEDAHME'R'S the icebox-the gang can look forward to a treat. Have a Coke is a
Again the
public is warned to beware of all such

TTTOpositiona Even if the man or woman who calls on perfect way to climax a happy occasion and say This has certainly been
you presents a proposition that is apparently legitimate *
be cautious. Credentials letters of recommenda a date to remember.

tion and all such paraphernalia can easily be faked. GIFT Coke ..CocaColaMs .i isu0' .
SHOP -coc.cota..... rtbr
Some of the attractive deals will be hard to resist, but ... d'
: OTTttO UHOIt AUTHOtllf Of TNf COCA.COIA COMfAMT ST 11.-. th.r.g1aer.d
better exert a little will power right in the beginning': 110 EAST CALL, ST. nwfa which 0P

another than to sucker spend months kicking yourself for being -Just'I I PHONE 66 STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. lort of To cecda c"u c

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Hutto Ready For Rest St. Mark' J.r.*PKKArntrom ldnc. and uditrron, O tnrt-r l. IT.whose B M.' )Telegraph n next four shall wkly publlnh lm>uii thin. Order 1, t
VAIAII: : Thvcmln, A. K. A-.:S. .Fleet Poet Wltn.. mjr hand and official .
Office Ban Francisco,
The service in St. Mark's Church Ollfornla. seal at Mark, KlorUln. this February j
You are required tu appear on 7. IS4H.OFFICIAL .
After 35 Years With SALAfter on the first Sunday In Lent March l
March 11, 194\ In the above named ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
SGT. SMITH DISCHARGED 10, will be conducted by Lt. (Jg) Court. and r"UH", wherein plaintiff A. Clerk of said Court.T. .
... .
yUTCllS >( divorce and r."t..aUo" Frank is..ndrum. Htark Florida,
V\'IlI.LE.'IlOTIIY SERVICE AFTER LENGTHY SERVICES. 33: and a half years with era! years ago near Baldwin. Don Palmer of the Naval Base at of malden nnme "rRclford'ount". AU,.. for fit. 2-H 4t 3-1 I

son of Mr.Iboard Sgt. Louis C. Smith Is at the the Seaboard Air Line, Lawrence Thirty-two hours of hard work Green Cove Springs. Beside a
i 1. van J. Fetch Fetch of Law" I home of his mother, Mrs. L. C. S. Hutto has retired from railroading were required before the line couldbe wide experience In missionary
Mrs, Silas J. discharged at I Smith, In Waldo after receiving and l U settling: down for > opened. Another memorable Can Use More Pulpwood
recently a bit of during the war Mr.Palmer's A
was GIL, after 40! his honorable discharge at the free-and-easy truck farmi freight accident waa that near

McPherson B8 an airplane' Maxwell Field, Ala., separation Ing.Mr. Coleman, In 1921, when 18 cars father was a clergymanwell WHITE TIMBER DEPT.
till or service Air Foree.t center. Hutto, who has been com overturned damaging more than known In the Episcopal JJ P

han1e In the Army was spent at'' Sgt. Smith, a former residentof mended by the line for his loyal sv mile of track. A third, a passenger Church as the writer of many Container Corp'n. of America. Fernandina Fla.
this time and efficient service, was granteda wreck,
city Air Base. Graham and a graduate of occurred near Esk- courses of Sunday School lessons.
Army he'' BHS, entered the service lifetime pension on the 6th of eat Junction In 1920. There was ..
service 39 Mr. Palmer served national
entering the ''ago. February. As sec- .. no loss of life In the five cars Involved as
efore carpenter with months During this time he .e w secretary of the Brotherhood of
as a ion foreman In but the damage was con e a + .
aaa been stationed
Page St. Andrew, a church organization 1as <
Railway. charge of the siderable and the
: Fla.1: men were hard
Avon Park r.
; Bombing Range for men and boys, and developed
of put to It to open the tracks as
and MacDill Field, Fla.; and Lake a talented ministry among .
N. CRAWFORD 10 miles of mainline rapidly as possible.
ERT PROMOTION Charles Army Air Field, La. At Q men. A cordial Invitation is J
DES> ? and three ea. Bad weather attendant to south EVERYBODY'e
has this last station he was NCO In extended to be present and wor- P
fc Robert N. Crawford of core_ charge of the base poetoff ice. miles of sidetrack Florida hurricanes In 1928 and ship at 11 a. m. by the Rev. Fred ENJOYS EATING

promoted to the rank Is cooking While in the service Sgt. Smith betweenLawtey the 30's also caused Mr. Hutto and Yerkea, acting rector of St.Mark's. AT
i At present he and his crew plenty of trouble. Two .
married Miss Nora Hebert of Lake "
QMC outfit on A. P. Hill. Hampton, he has of his men, Wiley Green and Joe
derlcksburg Va. His address Charles and they have one child. been a residentof louse, colored laborers, were with The PARK CAFE

J. B. N. Cravrford. Fid. Tng. DONNIE II. CRAWFORD Starke since him for 23 years and are still em- Methodist Church I
Dem. Bn., A. P. Hill MU. September 21, ployed by the Seaboard.Mr. .
(QM! STATIONED IN TOKYO Sunday, March 10, is the first
Fredericksburg, Va. 1910, he was y..,rforeman r 1 .
Hutto born in
was Orange- Sunday in Lent and the Rev. W.
Pfc Donnie H. Crawford, son of over a'a
burg on Washington's birthday J. Churchwell, pastor of the Methodist Delicious Regular Meals ,
J. Crawford of Starke, is now in the vicinity of Belle- in 1881. His first i
Church, will "On The
serving with the famous let view This, and later at Coleman. was as a wheelwright, an occupation Fighting Front" as use his subject at Healthful Vegetable Plates f I

Cavalry Division In the occupationof had veteran railroad man has which he followed for several the 11 o'clock hour. Short Orders '
Tokyo. He has been overseas many and varied experiencesin years. In 1907 he married :Miss: :
his The people will meet at f
10 months and was formerly with career with the Seaboard Lula F. Ritter, of Orangeburg. young
the Americal Division before with the responsibility of) swiftly He has reared four daughters and 8:15: for a. program and snack
tracks lunch, and familiar hymn will be
clearing after
wrecks and
two; ( sons. The oldest of his boys, Ii
storms, and remaining on call for sung at the evening service at ANNOUNCINGHollywood
O. P., saw four years in the service
all emergencies, by day and night.As :
with 19 months overseas, I 7:30.The
colorful, perhaps, was an while the youngest, Tillman, was Official Board will meet
4S earlier sojurn, in 1908-9. In Val- 18 months overseas In the air Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. in the *c- Camera & Gift Shop i
/ dez, Alaska, where he was a corps. reatlon building. Every memberIs 1
youthful and enthusiastic gold- urged to be present
miner. He made, furthermore, a Mr. Hutto will remain at his Prayer meeting each Wednesdayat Under New Management
home north of the depot, and farm
strike and came back with the 7:30: p. m., followed by choir
EXPERTWORKMANSHIP gold that was to enable him to his small tract near there.Hampton. practice at. 8:15.Christian: .

relax and enjoy the sights and
S e e e. e e e e e e e e
Enjoy Real sounds of Seattle Wash., and Indianapolis Church I :
Ind. He still wears an
HonesttoGoodnessHOMECOOKED initial ring made of gold he dug Services at the Christian Churchfor I

at the Yukon.In B) Mrs. M. C.Mr. Sweeneye the week of March 10: Ii I
ALL 1910 he came back to Orange- -. Bible School 10 a. m.; Morning ,
MEALS e e e e e e e a a. ,
burg, S. C., the place of his birth )! Worship 11 a. m.; Evening Worship -
In Clean, QuietSurroundings then moved to Florida and began and Mrs. Ernest Morris and 7:30: p. m. Mid-week Prayer .... :
daughters, Ernestine and Sue also 7:30 ,
employment with the Seaboard.In Meeting Wednesday : p. m.
those little Benny Saxon of Everglades studying the 14th Chapter of ,
tracks consistedof
days ,
Ou CAN ENTRUST YOUR arrived Monday to visit Mrs. Mor John. ('
XEST WATCH TO OUR 702TEMI'LE 58-pound rails, with beds of ris' parents, Mr and Mrs. B. Y.Saxon. ,
AVE. dirt and cinders, and relatively low Morning subject: "First Thingsto Life-Like Photographs j
grading. Steam locomotives were Be Remembered", Evening sub- ..
the small 600-type. The Sea- Mr and Mrs. Lynn Hall, Mar ject: "Swift to Hear, Slow to No Appointment Necessary' From !9 Till 6
garet and Lucile Hall of Dasher, "
board line ended at St. Petersburg. Speak Slow to Wrath. .
IX Evening Hours Appointment
lieISTAG and the big tourist specials: were Ga., spent several days here last Official Board meeting Sunday. !
week visiting relatives and friends.
unknown. Everyone invited to any and al i
John L. Hall of the navy wan a services.IN Kodak
Expert Developingand t
Today laborers work with 131.poun'd welcome visitor among old friends.
rails and roadbeds are of He has been stationed In Okla Finishing l
Carter Bldg., Starke granite rock ballast. The Seaboard homa. )
has its Diesels--the Silver CinCVIT COI'RT. BIIADPOItU.
Meteor, the Orange Blossom Spec- COUNTY, rLOHlWAl I* ...."N.
... CKIIV.Marnar Camera & Gift
: BOY NEWSA Hollywood
Ial-and many powerful steam SCOUT e' .Durham F+..,rtrom,
Richard John I"aeer-
locomotives for freight and
pas- special committee of the Executive from, Defendant. ('..... No. I'I7M.: *
EA Tat JOE'S GRILL: senger use. The line now extendsas OllDKIl OF PUBLICATION J. R. nULUNGTON It. L. TEUTON
Board of the North Florida
far south as Miami. AND NOTICE] TO AI'l'BAK ,
of Starke Road 13 Council.. Boy Scouts Of STATE OK FLORIDA tut Richard
3 Miles North on '
Mr. Hutto believes the worst .
America 'enjoyed
,, a fried chicken
train wreck in his experience was
dinner at the Avery Inn Tues I
the collision of two freights sev-
Fried Chicken"and Sea Food day, Feb. 28.Representatives. ,
transferring to his present unit. from Boards of I MOREMONEY

Our Specialty-V' He wears the AslallcPaclflcTheatre' Duval County and Palatka Ocala, : i
Ribbon with one battle Raiford Gainesville, Lake City,
star for Luzon, the Philippine Lib Live Oak and Jacksonville were at
i eration Ribbon with one star, and present. Gilbert Bush, Deputy
IN THE WINKLER BLDG. 220 N. Temple Avenue 1
the Combat Infantryman's Badge. Regional Executive from Atlanta
Before entering the service In participated In the meeting which

B>RANSFER July 1944, Crawford attended BHS was presided over by C. S. Brooking Saturday March 9- Special :
and later worked on his father'sfarm. of GaInesville Vice Presidentof ,
He took his basic trainingat the Council, in the absence of '

COMPANYLOCAL Fort McClellan COUNTIANSRECEIVE Ala.BRADFORD the president, C. Q. McGehee. Cream Style B & M Corn, No. 2 Can - .17

& LONG DISTANCE HAULING The following NAVY men DISCHARGE have recentlybeen Relief At Last ',

discharged from the Navyat Cream Style Corn No. 2 Can .14
PHONE 179 the Naval Personnel Separation ,
Center In Jacksonville; ForYoufCoUgh
FRANK BROADWAY L. M. GAINES Carl J. VanZant, MM 3-c. Law. "

tey.Eugene Z. Lee, S 1-c, Starke. Craomdlston It goes right nUavefl to the promptly ands of thetrcuble because Long Grain Rice 3 lb. pkg. - -.45
O. MM 3.c, to help loosen expel :: .
w> i MaM < M WI PW PWW r '' Herbert Sauley germ laden phlegm and aid natureto

For Safety Comfort and Economy Starke. soothe and heal raw tender, inflamed
Edward O. Saxon, S 1-c, Hamp- bronchial mucous mem '

branes.bottle Tell of Creomulsion your druggist with to sell the you understanding Peas No. 2 Can .14
FOR COURTEOUS 2M > ton.Edward W. Wilkinson( S 1-c. s you must like the way It Garden Gift Sweet -

Starke. allays the cough or you are
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CORRECT two hive
Walter B. Wilkison, S 1-c. Law- your money CREOMULSIONfor

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Pleas Phone 117 9" .,, tey.William J. Green, ARM :3-c.: for Couzhs.Chest Coldi,Bronchitis .16 :, Franks .33
Hampton. -

Ride Florida Greyhound Lines, Inc. Busses = Sliced Ib.
Large Fancy lb. .
fit Bacon----.40
Temple Ave. LACY CONwAY, Agent Stwrke Fie.'a" EXTRA TASTY BREAD. vhr x Lemons----.15

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1 ,.$ Sweet Potatoes ::25 .A

Jn the City" 222-221 N. Temple
ca.Fresh Dressed & Drawn
with batteries fit
Flashlite 2-cell cases
Fuses of all types umons - 10 a At All Times!

Decca Records

Iron 'Iron Cords Elements Best Grade Juice 32 Jar .53
G. E. Heating, PadsG. Pure Grape oz. -, -

E. Table 2-Speed Fans .Y,

Lighting Baby Fixtures Bottle, Different Warmers Types Val Vita Sliced Peaches, No. 2/ Can -, .29

Electrical Wiring .Supplies
BECAUSE IT'S FULLSTRENGTHthis active fresh .
We Also Can Furnish You A Bonded Electrician J

Doo-Therm Space Heaters Yeast! And goes Fleischmann's right to work.fresh No Yeast waiting-no helps make extra 2 lb. .37
Duo-Therm Automatic Hot Water Heaters steps Sun Sweet Prunes, pkg. -
bread that tastes sweeter, is lighter, finer-textured
Farm Radio Packs

Motorola to Install every time. |IF you BAKE AT HOME-be/ to
Car Radio Sets Ready sure

Radio Service Maintained that Gives ResultsWe Items with get Fleiachmann's the familiar yellow active label.fresh DependableAmerica's Yeast- Yellow Rose S. R. flour. 25 lb. - 1.35CANNON'S

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Miss Prevatt and Cpl. Ricks Wed! Missionary CirclesOf Methodist Circles, V.DC. Mernbers
SOCIETY --- Baptist Church Held Meetings Ae Entertained

Met This WeekCircle Tuesday AfternoonCircle By Two Haste

Beautiful Silver Tea Given by Auxiliary
One of the WMS of the : One of the Methodist Mrs. O. n.

r Of Presbyterian Church Tuesday AfternoonOne Baptist Church r'oet at the home I WSCS met In the recreation buildIng O. Powell were P'lYnn and

of Mrs. O. W. Alderman, on i Friday afternoon with Mrs. nesday cO.hoalea.

of the lovelier events of the dogwood placed on green sham ... .t .-. t nut St. Tuesday afternoon. Wal-I Titus Olson and Mrs.Eula 'Whig- the former When at the

early Spring season was the Silver rock. The St. Patrick motif was room used for the meeting ham as hostesses. A bowl of cerise the W. T. Weeks they en

Tea given by members of the also carded out in the other table attractively decorated with bowl' i azaleas centered the chair- United Daughters Chapter

Ladles Auxiliary of the Presbyterian settings. The centerpiece was sur- _ : *'k-* !and vases of pink and red camel man's table, and the meeting was eracy: of the

Church in the Church Service rounded with four green candles .-. lias, rosebuds and bridal wreath. presided over by Mrs. A. W. Anderson Artistic white

Center Tuesday afternoon' In ,tall silver holders, which were t* The entire group of circle members chairman of Circle One. ments with Ilor.?(H

from 4 till 6. I I also placed on green shamrock. studied a program on Home During"the business session arrangements and roses splrea, "

Mrs. Edward Charbonneau of I I Mrs. J, L. West and Mrs. Fletcher : :: Missions and the week was devoted were made to, place! placed at predOl11lnaUn

Worcester Mass., who has been a Burnette poured tea during the :; to prayer for that worthy flowers in the church during the out the living vantage point,

guest of Mr. and :Mrs. John Ug- afternoon from the beautifully appointed object Mrs. L. G. Powell, circleS of March, and Mrs. A. F.aul. room where the roolll and

low and Mrs. C. F. Ward for the silver tea service. k$ leader, spoke on the program was appointed on a committee Miss i meeting,

month was a guest artist on and the to look after the church Madge
past Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Mrs. T. N. each of 11 members present Niddietot
this occasion and rendered three Kendrick, Mrs. W. A. Bonham, took part in the discussion.The grounds.' An offering of ft.SO/ dent of the organUaUoTover ,

groups of songs In her lovely con- Mrs. M. C. Mayhugh and Misses hoate.'as l ted by'Mrs. A. was made for' the local work. the businw P

tralto' voice. She Is a concert Elsie Duncan and Lucille Mitchell J. Thomas, served delicious refreshments ? Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, chairman called for the
singer and studied with the New served Individual cakes in the __ of- fruit punch ,and of mission' study; announced that which was ,

England Conservatory of Music I shanirock design with sugared. _cake to the guests. on Thursday and Friday, March read by "' !

and the Malkin Conservatory bothIn nuts and open-faced sandwiches 14 and 15, at 2:30: p. m. there Ray Jn the absence of".'

Boston. Miss Louise Stern, talented Circle Two met at the home of: would be a study of the new book, urer, Mrs. M p B
Mrs. E. M. Davis was in chargeof Ray also
local Dianist.' also LIVe:: several Mrs.'Wesley Andrews on MadisOit The Cross Over Africa".. All gave her i report

selections on the program. the musical program which was ?'h' : Street with 12 members and two members urged to attend and trar of the local ,chap
announced by Mrs. E. E. Lansing.The .... ,_., ,/ Annie Lou
The center lounge wan beauti- program opened with the v visitors present. Lovely spring visitors are welcome. read the ,

fully decorated with bowls and Rhapsody In Q Minor (Brahms) The marriage of Miss Margaret purple chrysanthemums.Mr. flowers enhanced the beauty of The program was in charge of minutes of the

\ vases of'azaleas and dogwood by Miss Stern. Mrs. Charbon- Irene Prevatt. daughter of Mr. and I Rick was attended by his the room where the meeting was Mrs. A. Wood and the devotional meeting.Mrs.

blossoms and tall floor baskets of neau'I first group of songs were Mrs. J. T. Prevatt. Sr., of Law- brother Harry Rick, Jr., as best service 'was a continuation of the .. E. K PerrYIIIan

these lovely flowers were placedto Smllin Through by Arthur Penn tey and Cpl. Donald C.' Rick, son man. held.Mrs.. Clyde Priest gave the devotional study of The Lord's P ray e r. motion that the ;name,

advantage about the spaciousroom. Somewhere A. Voice-la Calling by of Mrs. Rachel Rick of Chadwick, Miss Prevatt chose for her wed and a program on "The Scripture lesson on the Kingdomwas bands and sons Of luenj-j

The decoration were 111., was. solemnized on Sunday ding a lovely light blue wool stilt VD.C who are veteraiul
Arthur Tate, and My Laddie by Week of ,Prayer for H/;'me Mislions" read by Mrs. J. T. Guy, and
under the direction of Mrs. W. J. Princess Troubetzkoy. Miss Stern afternoon Feb. 10 at 3 o'clockin with navy blue accessories and a was'given. Mrs. Andrews all members took part in a readIng War II be placed On an

Chandler and she was assisted by then gave a piano solo; Second, the Wateroak Baptist Church. corsage of white calla lilies. spoke on "Rural Youth" and Mrs. on "Thy Kingdom Come". followed Boll.

various members of the auxiliary. Arabesque by Claude Debussy.Mrs. The Rev. G. E. Cutshaw officiatedat Mrs.) Prevatt, mother of the Marvin Hagen gave a brief discussion by the Lord's Prayer in Mrs. Ferryman. district

The mantel was'covered with an Charbonneau's second the double ring ceremony.The bride, selected a blue dress which on this interesting sub- concert. "Methodist in Europe"was dent, and Mrs. L. A Da

arrangement of native greenery church was beautifully decorated she wore with black accessoriesand read by Mrs. G. S. Newcomb; urer general, gave intw
of Out of
and centered with a bowl of aza Dusk group to You songs were Lee the/ and the marriage vows a corsage of pink gladioli. ject.Mrs.. Andrews. was assisted In Mrs. Barbara Breazealle told of ports of the district met .
by Dorothy By
leas.. The Waters of Mlnnetonka .by were exchanged. before a lovely arrangement Mrs. Rick, the mother of the serving delicious refreshments by Methodism In Czechoslovakia and In Macclenny Tuesday,

The guests were greeted at the of pink gladioli and bridegroom, wore a black and Mrs. Ray Newsome and Mrs. T. Poland; and Mrs. Wood reviewedNagasaki" The historical
Thurlow LJeurance,and Me
Carry program
door by Mrs. W. A. Stern and white pear blossoms against a white dress With black accessoriesand C. Chastain of from the World Out- afternoon was
Hampton. given
Back to Old Virglnny James
presented to the receiving line by background of green Sago palm a corsage of lavendar calla torian,' Mrs. Davis by t
Bland. Miss Stern Lento wb.
Mrs. F. F. The played look.The <
Stump. receiving branches. Circle Three met with Mrs. hostesses Mrs. Olson and her. subject
by Cyril Scott as a piano solo. lilies.Attending P. "The Con!
line which was composed of Mrs.B. Prior to the ceremony, a pro- the ceremony were M. Barefoot as hostess In her Mrs. Whighani, assisted by Mrs. 1 Navy.','

C. Holtzendorf, Auxiliary Pres- The third group ef selectionswere gram of nuptial muslo was /given members of the Wateroak church home on Call St. Bowls of sweet- Anderson, served hot tea, sandwiches -! During; the
ident, Mrs. H. E. Boelter and Two Loves by Vincent Scot- Miss Barbara Moore social uw
by pianist, and friends ef the couple.Mr. peas and pink camellias were small cakes, celery and
Mrs. C. F. Ward stood before a, to with the chorus repeated in and :Miss Lou Edwards soloist, and Mrs. Rick left for a'' ed to advantage about the carrot sticks. Mrs. Powell, i
background of French, Glannina Mia from the "Love's Old room by Mrs. Richard Kldd, i
arrangement green I who sang Sweet Song"and brief wedding trip to Miami and where the meeting was held. Circle Two delicious
bamboo Interspersed with branches Firefly by Rudolph Trim and God "I Love' You Truly" by Bond. the bride traveled in a blue suit Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Sr., opened Circle Two met In the parsonage I the St. Patrick course, cwr:
Bless America motif in
of blossoms. by Irving e
dogwood The traditional wedding marches with accessories.
navy the meeting with prayer and this with Mrs. W. J. Churchwellas tall. Miniature
The tea.table was overlaid witha The proceeds from the tea, were used., Mrs. Rick Is of Brad- corsag te
a graduate meeting was in observance of hostess. Bowls of wild Easterlilies I blossoms I
lovely white lace cloth and was $65,00. will go into a fund for re- The bride's sister.; Miss Carolyn ford High School In the class of prayer week for home missions. 'and azaleas added to the :leaves were resting again
centered with a bowl of.spirea and roofing the manse. Prevatt, served as her only at- 1945. After Cpl. Rick's discharge Mrs. Woodrow Flynn gave the devotionaL charm of the living room where ment plates. on the i

tendant. She wore a medium I from service, will make their.
they Mrs. A. E. Wall had the 22 guests were seated. About 15 j

blue wool suit with a corsage of home in Chadwick, Ill. prepared a program on "The Gospel The meeting was opened with to enjoy the members afternoon were
---I of Salvation in Rural .Com- prayer by the president, Mrs. W. two hostesses.

1 Visitor Complimented I Year's Work Planned munities" and taking part on this E. Middleton, and was presidedover

I were Mrs. Epperson, Mrs. G. .A. by Mrs. A.. Z. Adklns, circle
By Mrs. Guy SaleMrs. At WMU ConferenceHere Anderson Mrs.' D. W. Moore and cha I I'rn a it. Mrs.' L. D. Vinlng Dr. .J. M. Hembr

Last WeekAn Mrs. J. E. Futch. Mrs. Wall gave transacted her duties. secretary; Will Be SpeakerAt
.1- Guy Sale entertained at some of her
--- -- -- -- ------ ----- Interesting experiences and the treasurer, Mrs. W. G.

[herhome on Madison Street : in mission work. Halle, received offerings for for- Woman's Glut
Every year Starke becomes,more back in the states from ETO and Associations WMU Confer- '
'Thursday afternoon of last week The co-leader, Mrs. H. L. eign and home missions and local
and more beautiful at azalea time Is expected home momentarily. ence was held at the First'Bap ,
The Woman's
in honor Club wt
with Coca Cola party Brownlee
a presided work. Mrs.
I over a brief Vinlng gave the
a discharge button tist Church Thursday of last
and It seems to me that mother of Mrs. J. C. Tlnsley of Cape Gl- week: business session. An offering for votlonal,' using as her Wednesday afternoon, :M
Wilson and for the
Nettle of
nature has truly outdone herself (Dowling) rardeu Mo., who has been a guestof purpose planning WMUwork hom missions was taken. "New Foundations". e-I at 3:30: p. m. in the Club
have moved their i for the
belongings to coming Mrs.
this spring. Hardly a home in Jacksonville, but Nettle's departure -I her niece Mrs. H. H. Adams. I II Alma Hough, president year.called the Mrs. Barefoot, assisted by Mrs. New members joining this Theannual Installation of j
'The ,room where the Anderson served a salad were: Mrs. J. M. Hembree will. be held at this i DIe(!
town that does not have a few has been delayed because of I living meeting. course Mrs.
assembled attractively With coffee those Morgan Richards Mrs. a program will be press
guests was to present. A. H. Har-
fine a throat. ? .
specimens adding to the general strep, The devotional was given
riot of color and l.decorated with dogwood blossoms Mrs. C. by ley..Mrs. Janie: Avery, Mrs. W.i V. group of ,_school childMacclenny.
particularly F. Hooker of the Pine '
gorgeous/It/ seems to'me' ,' are the Glimpsed 'Ulldabelle and Frank and other'' spring flowers. The Grove Church In Gainesville The The Kingsley Lake Circle;,metTuesday Gunter and Mrs. :A.' R.,Pierson. ., Dr..J.. M.wilt ,II

towering plants belonging to the I Wilson down from Jacksonville hostess presented the honoree witha'pair Auxiliary Counselors and afternoon' at the home-of Miss Olive Ray; program chair- be* tAe'guest speaker.I
of lingerie coat-hangers,as Young i iPeop1e'aLeadere Mrs. J. M. Davis with Mrs. BlUee\ I man, presented Mrs.' M.-W. Cress- .
M. B. Herlonga, the BX: M.Davlaesandjylw. Sunday and chatted just long met u'lder.Mr 'n Ctess s at this meet!
of remembrance and a bottle Ross as hostess. Eight men-ID- -...who, revtawei, U .
: : of Car Nome;, perfume''wu prtsentVand a on wt't2e, Status of
know I've along ttpe'ln.their home ,
.lgblfcLyou&, favorite* ,new of Gainesville and I
& L. Matthews for discussed Home Missions Searih Mrs. Y.& Harrl
given to Mr'r was given. ,Women In Liberia". Mrs. J.: H. .
bush but then I can't be expectedto and Frank la quite pleased with many problems which will i
his her birthday anniversary that Short talks given were "Con- I Fields read jan ;article about the J.'W. KIncaid Mrs. H, C.
see them all.. canS IT busy work at salesman for the :Fin- arise In''the new year >
'creature.that I ami! t More and ley' Tucketf real.estate firm : *. same 'day. i Mrs. Hough met with the WMU r tinued. Need of Gospel" by ,Mrs.J. I Chinese church frs J. W. Mrs., Paul Canova and Mrs
more dogwood- Is making its appearance LII (Sternberg) Cisne writes that Refreshments of Coca Colas 'I vice-president and the circle leaders ,Moser; "Responsibility ofEvangelism"'by ,White told interesting Items abouta Anderson, Mrs I>. L. Sil,

each spring, also, and my she Is more than pleased with her and open-faced sandwiches were and they discussed the WMU r and"The Mrs. E. D. Tenly soldier .in Tokyo. Mrs. Miriam Klckllter.NOTICE.

nomination for the prize specimenin new locale-Champaign. Ill served to the 16 guests Invited to i program for the new year. Mrs. Enormity of the Task"by .. During the social period, Mrs.

this line is the beautifully shaped It'.-just the right, size city, LII be with ,the hostess and honoree. I I Schwartz of the First Baptist Mrs.Mrs. J. D. McMillan. Churchwell assisted! by Mrs. Flora
and blossom-laden *ysNeither too Ralph Alvarez read an appeal Noble, Mrs.'W. B. Sewell and Mrs. 01VI i
tree In front ; : large nor Church In Gainesville addressed NOTICE 13 HKHEBY
of the D. E. Knight residence ,_. loo"1 small Hear that' Larkin Franklin Simmons joint conference of the two groups to WMU by Dr. J. B. Law- W.. L. Blair, served delicious refreshments the undarilirnvd Itarf CUOU(tiwbuaincnH
rence, Home Mission Secretary. A of hot tea, fruit salad under \
Weeks thought someone was kidding In'the main talk,of the day.Visiting'pastors .. of Hollywood Camera: fKhop
her the Honored on BirthdayMrs. season of prayerwas held and the I !and .Individual "cakes. f located at 112 iCt I
But drama must other when she
Just a*
every ) were Rev. and I leader, Mrs.' Bill Sweet said that I Starke Pla., and Intend to'
have Its villain, so even the pretty receIved'a blank penny postcard :r.rn.J.L. Norris of Lacrosse, Rev. she ; I the aaid fictitious nanwjnflo '
entertained would
Simmons like Mrs. P. M. .
Ted to see this Circle Barefoot Mrs. Inca I Clerk of thCourt
posies have their abdvntori< : and through the mall Several days and Mrs. C. F. Hooker of Gaines. I ort .
at. her home Saturday afternoon : become a prayer bund. Members Taylor and Mra. A. E. McKlnney of Bradford County
Florence Brown that later she found out that It ville and Rev. C iw.
report: parties was and Mrs. William I J. R. Bulllnitton
unknown removed three fine Intended for an Invitation to the In honor of the fifth birthday anniversary : Wilson of Raiford: gave suggestions of things that; spent Friday In Jacksonville., I i.uton, Starke Fill
Franklin. should be
of son. prayed for. A brief
azalea bushes from her yard the Silver Tea, but in the rush some-

other night A love of flowers one neglected to write on the reverse After games were played, the Men's business session was held.

Is certainly laudatory, but that's side candles 'on the beautifully deco- Bible Class Azaleas and dogwood blossomswere

carrying things Just a .little. too II rated calce'were ,lighted and ,the Of Baptist Church used In decorating and delicious *A COMPLETE SERVICEAll
far I think .'And" while'we're Methinks I've never seen 'the traditional Visit" was made as were served

on the subject of "meanest Church Service Center more lovely Franklin, blew them j out. Host To WivesThe to those present..

thieves", a pretty high rating than I It was Tuesday afternoon for I: Mrs. Simmons' ,''was assisted In Adult Men's Bible Case of r The Business-Women's Circle of- J ; Ii.t.

should go to the knaves who said Sliver Tea The receiving serving Ice cream cake and candles the First Baptist Church was host the Baptist Church met with Mrs. '

under cover darkness: sneaked line was against a background of to the group by.her sister, W. B. In One Planton't
to the Wives of Its _member__ ____ and__.I Mundy and Mrs. L. F, Dink-
In and harvested every ripe straw- green bamboo Interspersed with Mrs. M. R. Judd. and Mrs. E. the ladies of the church un on Tuesday ins as co-hostesses at the home of

berry in the four-row prlde-and- dogwood branches and the mantel t Lawson and Mrs.' Martha Land. night. Members of the class the former on,Church St. Monday

Joy patch BO tenderly nurtured by was covered with native greenery Invited to be with Franklin and guests numbered about 75. night.
Mona and Canova .. So with a center of
Levy aza.
Bowls of
this occasion, were Carol Jennings, A supper consisting of chicken dogwood blossoms anda
just In case you're about to be leas. 'Truly a fitting setting vase of orchids
for the Vida Jean Gentry, Virginia Jean pileau. roast ham rice, gravy, and purple gladioli -
all this exquisite musical
carried springtime -
away by program vegetable added to the attractiveness
salad, hot buttered of
beauty Just keep feet presented by Louise Stern. Darby, Cynthia and Prtscllla Cox rolls,
your pianist, baked beans, cake and coffee the room used for the meeting.
on the ground and remember that and Mrs. Edward Charbonneau. Charlene and, Kay Dennis. Diana and served by the waspr.pared The leader Mrs. L. A. Canova.

no matter how lovely a landscape contralto .. Incidentally Mrs. SmIth Linda Kay Sale, Beverly of the class cafeteria style ID men the presided over the business session
there are always a few worms Charbonneau must have been as Landrum church and Mrs. E. L.
Lappe and Frances annex. After supper those Biggs, program
around with Starke as Starke-
Searing. Ray Judd Jlmmie present retired to the'auditorium chairman for the month of March.
ites Burge
were with her voice, for she you find it
Lawson Stevie where the was gave a discussion on "Home Missions convenIent -
And speaking of worm' and her husband have purchasedthe Guy Jlmmie program presented. _
Walter Jennings and Subjects discussed on the Building In the Church." 'I
F. C. Broadway. pro to make of
(seems one subject leads right to Holling worth home and The use our
will Robert and Edward Land. gram were "Our Church, Past and group offered prayer for
another) James and Beverly spend their winters here from
Present"by J. F. Klckliter, Deacon vision of the present home mis- facilities affording
now you
Ulackshear are bemoaning the fact on t, ,
Ladies and Secretary of the Class; "Our sion opportunities and for all the _
that they paid $1.50 for half a Auxiliary
: Church, Present and Future work of the southern Baptist Mis expert dry cleaning and
by .
Hear 'twaa :
of to have quite
_can fishing worms only a gala opening .
: the black bass season close right for Eddie Davis' new package I The Ladies 'Auxiliary of the J. A. Tucker, Teacher of the class; sions.Taking efficient laundry service 'aiim in the same plant?
"Our School" Bobble part on the ,
store Presbyterian Church, will bold Its by Turnerand program
in their faces before they got to on the Jax'vllle Beach road
use'them' all! So James goes Monday Several of Eddie'sfriends regular business meeting In the Professor Foster Shi Smith:; were Mary Mrs. \JKnlght, Mrs.
Room at the and "Our Home" by F. B. Mar Lawson and Mrs. Canova. *
out each along Call Sunday School
faithfully morning now Street vent Now that shortages
A wartime labor material
rell special feature and
Attorney and of the
to feed and water his worms, hop- flowers and best wishes and Mr. church Tuesday. March 12 at 3:30p. : prominent Bap pro-

ing to keep them, alive until fishIng Hoffman sent a huge horseshoe mMrs.. B, C< Holtzendorf, 'I tist Layman of Jasper, and Blanchard gram Interesting, Rev. I discussion.. D. Halnes gave an largely been solved, we take pride in offering yoU
president will preside. All members D. Law. The benediction on "Tith
season opens again -. Incidentally arrangement of flowers with '
since Starke is seekingnew "Good Luck" spelled out In varicolored are urged to attend. was given by Rev. L.. D. Halnes. ing. Mrs H. L. Hough WMS Improved laundry and dry cleaning service the
Mr. Harrell president, quoted a selection
Industry, why doesn't some posies across the top-, .- was accompanied by *'
Kirby Mra. Martin,. president of WMU of service we knew deserved all the time, but
Bundling. of
Eddie Jasper postmaster. I. you
one start a worm farm T And commutes) from Starke to become residents In the very near the Southern

I'm not kidding either Some his new business each day ... future .. Hear that Walter i. on the Baptist' Convention, was sometimes Impossible during Jhe emergency.VdGft .
fellow Seems that This was one of the most en topic "Could ye not watch ? !*
enterprising operates one Wednesday was Morgan Jennings went to Franklin Simmons with *
very successfully up the country, Darby's birthday and he was birthday party Saturday joyable events of the church year me one hour. This..Is a I. ii
plea for each i
and at $1.80 per half a' can.there's heard In tile an hour -each growing town should be Snathe
; day ever
a fortune to be made! .,i Happy Birthday to Me" .. Ing games for a while he asked and 111 ,every way being building 1n.pryefr*'tot .
If like worms Ob .well. it's nice'to be hosts to the ladies. the ideals'of Christ into In indttf'
you remembered his hostess If there would be any American life. new industries but don't forget the
;* even if you have to remember refreshments t Just for fun
Glad to are harley Strong. Jr. yourself! Mrs. Simmons saidno so Walter WilsonGronoFrUnds There Mrs.were 10 members, presentand you already have! They deserve 'your patronag
i Evelyn Wise Mrs.
back home again Arrived
departed for home without further
Sunday from Okinawa and received -: Paul and Irene Faulkner are ado .. .- Thelma ,Jennings says here are'receiving this Mra.Lawson J. D.Mrs. Ruby Johns and _Resolve now to patronize home industry for 8"

his discharge In Jacksonville buying a home on N. Water St. she was "never ,*o embarassed" announcement this week: "Mr. Doyle were welcomedinto prosperity
after three years in Navydom from the John Marshals and sent bin trotting back. posthaste and 1\ln. Wilfred Eric Grono of The,hostesses-the circle as new during peacetime years.

At present he's with hi. fond Irene 'lows as how she never realized Of course, the ice cream Tampa announce the marriage of served memben'l

mom and pop at Kingsley Lake- until now how hard It was I and a huge birthday cake came their daughter, Margaret, to strawberry to their shortcake

but not for long-for Atlanta Is to furnish a house ... She's) planning later,'so Walter's day ended hap- Francis Wilson Jr.. on March 1. guests. I STARKE DRY 'CLEANERS

calling. and off he'll go to take to leave her living room unfurnished pily, after all 1946 In Tampa." They are making with The Mrs.next meeting will be held .

unto himself a bride-the attractive until she can find the their home at 406 East Oak Orle Wiggins With Mrs.

Eleanor Crow Hear that kind of suit she wants .. Inc Well Goees that's) all for St. In Tampa. Mr. and Mrs., Grono John Moyer as co-hostess. PHONE STAR*

Dick St. John should be about and Halite Jones and beautiful this time .". .. So long See and their family lived here for and LAUNDRY
mid-ocean now, on his way home young daughters are also home- you In the next several years during the height of Mrs. W. Eo Mlddletou and Mrs.T 28

from India, and Jimmy Sewell Is buying In Starke and expect to -Carolyn. I I Camp Blanding and Mr., Grono T. Long were shopping In Jacksonville _

,I I was employed there. Tuesday.


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fBITs of LOCAL NEWS Mrs. J. W, Klncaid spent last I. Mrs. C. B. Strohacheln and son, FOR. urtinnf. HOARD ANTVNOTICK: TO ArrEAR T I )lr.''*Jtd'Mrs.- John Marshall of :, .
weekend in Tampa with Dl4rlr 'No. 3School STATE OF KUminx Willie'Prevatt '
her parents .Bobby, of Hamburg, La., have to: Brookvlll. Ohio arrived In town (
Mr. and t whoe residenee. I I. us a. ,
A. C. Durden. been visiting her parents Mr. and l Hoar DletrlctlNo5.eBrad.. known. this week to visit friends and look \
I Mrs. Frank O. Peterson ford You are required to on '
Miss Barbara for the County. Florida: Appear after Interests here.
Mrs- F. A. Cameron who hag R, property )
and Mrs. Janlo April 1946 In the above named
A. V Long been Avery spent several past month., I hereby annnnnce my candidacy Court and cause, wherein plaintiffseeks I
lrs were guest attending Barry College in for the office of Member f theKoard
> divorce. Ttradfnrtl l (*nuntvTelewraph "
of .
lova Miami is home of I'ubllo tnxtructlon fromniMrlct
Mrs. ,
last week of spend the sum with Mr. and Mrs L. D. shall publish thin UrdrrIn !:
ursday of Reed. Mrs. V. S. St. John returned to No. 8, oomurlHlnir the vot- four : \ MAY
with weekly Untie
BrownI mer her parents. Mr. and ,
E. I'llf
S. precinct of Hrooker, New
: her home here Witness .
Thursday hand and etflnialseal
mother morningby .. my '
.s Mrs. H. E.,, Tucker Hlver, Urnham and Hampton. ul> ,
Mrs. W. at Starke. Florida. this MarcltT
E. Dowling and from j..t SERVICE
sons plane points In Connecticut to the Democratic Primary on 1946. RADIO
BIlly. Jr., and Jimmy are spend. where she had been a guest Mny 7. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J 'fhonia.' .
I G. McMillan\ has resum- Mrs. James Tracey and sane, lug this week with her parents. of relatives for the past few on1! elected nl promise I to lo all that AH Cleik of said (Court
errlll enMsAngaae man do In the Interest and'welfare l"y Lucille C. Conner D. C, j{ SERVICEON
position as Tommie and H. M. Denmark and Mr and Mrs. Roy Mathews In weeks. of our children and the Zarh. II. Pniiitlae' nalnvnvllle, Fln.l I I t
with Robert of daughter Lecy Denmark and Mr. Palatka while Mr. Dowling Is on vhooU. In my district and In the Atty. for I'lf. 3.8 4t 3liBIN ALL MAKES

er snnvllle which he held' for and Mrs. M. C. Wells of Jackson. a business trip to Philadelphia.Let Mr. and Mrs E. D. Tenly had county an vote a whole.Your and .support\ will .,,be RADIOS
entering the vllle were guests of rmt'iir. 4oiMri>KOHt4OINI1
before Mr. and Mrs.L. Sincerely appreciatedReapoctfully .
their for several .'
ral years as guests days .I.OH.I" tll'Mt
He was recently dls- S. Hutto and family Sunday. me model you In a Splrella, yours, KHV. f fRichard South Walnut Street
last week the Rev. I
and Mrs. C. F.
Ice. '
Russell II. Jr.
ilreen. .1. l 1
beautifully made In the latest I'lnlntlff v"
ed Mrs. J. C. Tinsley of Cape Cl- new materials Coroetlere, Mrs.Frank ,Hooker of Gainesville. Other recent Chrlntlna M. Kuvle, Defendant.. Case
IN ( IHCI IT COI ItT. Hlttl>FOIIO' No. 4468.OllDBIt.
ends of Ray Dubose of rareau. Mo., has been a guest for Hoover 402 E. Madison St. guests of the Tenlya were Cot'' 'l'V, FLOIUItt) IN CK INCH OF PUntJCATIOV I NOW OPEN

thlngton Springs will regret several weeks of her nephew and Starke. 2-9 St Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McClynn Anne HV.Marie Kincka Or.mrue plain. AND NOTION TO AITKAIl'
IS' serIOusly ill niece Dr. and Mrs. H. H.'Adams. ... HTATI1 OF FLfOIUDA 'lft: Chrf. '
oVi that he and children Ruby and Russell, tiff idwlsr Fdwamr inm., tins M ICairle, whose reMleeniefilU ) la 'BARKER'SGARAGE
Lake ShOre hoepitAltIaker. : ,She left Sunday for her home. Mrs. Ara Moltt had as her of Gainesville and Mrs., Tenly's Defendant. Caax OF PUBLICATIONS No. 1461.UltDHH K.n{, 64th Street,' Savannah. )I

e ', guests for dinner last Saturday, brother and alster-ln-law Mr. and : AI'PKAH lleorgla.You I
FulltilA ; At" reiiulred to appear on
Among those attending the UDC Mrs, Freda Deudon of Elgin. 111., :Mrs. W. R. Walters and daughter Edward STATE' Oremm..wboss OK to Uu.lwle. April 8,. 194A m the above namedCourt :

& and MM. W. O. tulle, Sr. ,District Convention in Macclenny and Mrs. Louise Moore of Klngs- Virginia Claire of Reldsville, Ga. .and address I I.. 81 Somer reiild.no Street, ,.....k. .and dl\nrre.<'au.e, wherein Hr art ford plaintiff('nun ty ,I

their guests for several Tuesday'were Mrs. 0.. I.. Beasley ley Lake. I Brooklyn, New York. leraph nha I |Publish thin (1l'hr

this as week Mrs Halle's niece Mrs. L. A. Davie Mrs. E. K. : :Mrs.S. R. 'Walnwrlght and April You 8th are 1948 requited, In the to above appear Canard on I In next four ,m weekly hand tM.and ut>nNVItnvxM offtetatISeal !I Hear Blandlng Center

w. D. Huff Jr.. and daugh- Ferryman and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. Miss May Dickens was calledto :daughters spent several days with Court Meek and divorce cause, wherein 1.lalnUrf l at Stark), Florida, thin March !
|Ginger of Atlanta, Ga.. Chester S. C., this week to at. 'relatives in Jacksonville this mitUten. name Bradford restoration County of 1. 1946.tIFFN'LIL. I AUTOREPAIRS
Hi\L) A J. ThomniA
Mrs. K. G. Duncan returned tend the funeral of a cousin. She week.. /Telegraph next four shall, ..tf'IlIet.l.:; !: Oldern Clerk of mild. Court.,

tme I mouVl yu In a SplrellA, Monday from a weekend in Atlanta plans to be gone several weeks. \\'Itnex* my blind and official Hy Lurllla( C, Conner n CZnrli ,'Ia.l. t
It. tlHliii-rvllli
111 the latest Ga. She was accompaniedby Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell of Heal HI Htarke. Florida' thin March 'Alty, fur Pniiitlav Pit 3-8 4t S-S:
6th 1046.tOFFlCiAL
JerkinCorsetlerc, Mrs. her' sister Mrs. Roy Smith of Mrs. Wallace Thlgpen and Gainesville and Mr and Mrs. SEAL) A. J. THoman, I -. __ .-._-. - -
HOO\'er. 402 E. Madixo St., Tennelle, Ga. daughter Grace spent Tuesdayn Howe Moredock and son Howe Ait. 'lerk of said Cntut.. -. -

k e. Z-9 t Gainesville. Edward of Miami were guests of T. Frank. for rif.\l..nlrum. Htarke 3-8, FlorldiiAtty. tt aXIN ,) 1--

of 1 Mrs.Joe M. Spears Sr., of Ash' I Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and Mrs. S. Th ;; 's-pi tyI I

uesday night supper guests stater ,I|land, Ky., arrived today (Friday) MrR. Fileda Deudon of Elgin. E. Brownlee one day'last week. <'IHfl''IT (01 HT Hit,\I. .K )IUIOIN'll
her .
Johns were KLltlll IN IIN.
Effle from her winter home in Treasure
and her Ill, Mrs. Louise Moore of Kings ('.:H"'.
i Mena McCrutchen Island. St. Petersburg to spend Icy Lake and Mrs. Ella Johns Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthewsand Monroe J. Whaley, Plaintiff vs. I

Lw and niece. Mr. and Mrs. some time with Mrs. O. L. Beas and Mrs. Ara Moitt of Starke enjoyed Mrs. E. L. Matthews and No Evelyn H3\\II, Whalvy. rendant.. CueeOIIDUIt of !

[cross all of Jacksonville. ley and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. a "get-together" dinner atStanley's daughters. Mary Agnes and Anne OF PintUCATION
are spending today in Daytona AM/ NOT1CH TO AI'I'KAK: I

T Frank Landrum and Mrs. Effie Johns and the Rev. visited Keystone Ranch Heights recently and Mel-and Beach where Mr. Matthews la attending : Itt'haley STATIC 111", whoa FL.OUIUA renlilence to:and Evelyn ad-

Jten spent the weekend with and Mrs. W. G. Smedley of Key rose afterwards. a hearing of the State dress You In.are Laurel required. Delaware to app.Rr"on. Grade 'A' Beef i

Itivefl in Jacksonville.IJNSECTICIDES". stone Heights were visiting Mrs. Railroad Commission. April 8th 14, In the above named
Court and wherein '.
Johns' son and daughter-in-law Miffs Sara Barefoot, who Is at. perks divorce.cause Bradford plaintiff County

Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Johns in tending Massey Business College' Telegraph' shall publish: thus Order and
In next four weekly |is.u.p.
Lake City Thursday afternon of In Jacksonville, spent the week., FOR COUNTY COMMHS1ONKHUIMrlrt Witness' my hand and official seal

; last ,week. end with her parents Mr. and N.. a nt 8tarke, Florida Ihl. March 6th.
at this time. 184lOFFICIALi. ,
I wish to announce
62 SCREWWORM Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. my candidacy. for County Commla- SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
KILLER READ the chufa IMNM! Ml of wiener of District No. 1 of lrad- A. Cleik of'iinld Court GroceriesGreen's
John T. Parrinh In classified (col Lt. Col. Max Snyder of Jacksonville ford County. Hy I.iii-lHe. C. Conner 1) C. \
of World War It T. /
I am a viiteran Frank andrum, Mtarke FloridaAlly
PINT 65c umn. 3-8 4tp was visiting in Starke and served In the European Theatre for I'lf. 3-8 41 S-20

Saturday and spent part of the of War. at :
alsoSMEAREX If 1 am elected you may I.
Friends will be glad to know day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. assured of a fair and Impartial IN C.H..IIT: ('OI'Ii'r \DFOHII
to the bent of my ('01 \1'l. 11'(111)\1 IN fliA.N-
that Freeman Register Jr., Is W. L. Wall.Weekend tK.HV.Jimeph .
Thanking your con.
ability you
Half Pint 40c home after a tour of duty over federation. I amRespectfully Trlnsrall Jr,. Plaintiff, Vs.Hop. I
I Cermola. .
of Mr. and Mrs. your. TrhiBull, Dnhmdant.Cape
Qt. $1.40 seas. He arrived in California guests H. u. Denmark.FOR N<>. 4469OItDEIt .
75c Grocery
Pt. -
W. L.. Wall were A. R. Wall and OF PIMIUICATIOS
Thursday Feb. 28 and came to AND NOT1CK TO APPEAR!
Miss Billie Banks of Tallahassee
nfiiooi, HO'alit)
STATE: OF FLOttlIJA to lt"MeCei
[F. C. I. INSECTICIDE Camp Blanding for discharge this Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hancock of l)lolrlrlo.' 1 inolii Trlnffall 1 whuee renldenc
I hereby announce myself a candidate and address In 19a ,13rd Street,
POWDERKills H. C. Wallof
week. Marianna and Major for re/.electlon an member of .., Lang Inland N. Y.
St. Augustine.Mrs. the Hoard of Public Instruction for You nreretitilretl. to appear on
Fleas Roaches, District No. 1, cimiprlKlni Lwtey April 8th 1448, In th> above named and Market
Moths Bed Bugs. Let me model<< you In a Splrella, I and North Btaike. If re-elected to Court and cause. wherein plaintiff.
dies, beautifully made In'the latent Ronald Baker and Mrs thia Important office I will continue seeks divorce and tu.tody of minor '.
weekend to work for the best Interest children Bradford dainty! Tele. .
Oorsetlere Mrs. Eunice Gibson were
25e materials. ,
2 oz. new of all schools In the county. I win graph shall puMlith thin Order In I
Frank Hoover, 402 E. Madl on St., guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick appreciate. your vote and support next four weekly IHMII.B.
'' Starke. 2-9 Bt while enroute from Sarasota I In the coming Primary un May T.Respect Witness my hand and official Deal 629 NORTH WALNUT ;
AIR WICK' fully nt Htarke, Florida, this March' 6th ,
to their home in Gold boro. N. C. J. .S. (Buddy) Norman. 1940. ,
Removes Kitchen and Sgt. Sullivan Carter of Miami (OFFICIAL 8ICAL) A. J. Thomas, a.
Ait Clerk of said Court.
Household Odors. .- -
was discharged at Camp Blanding By Lucille C. Conner P.' C. .
6ge- last week and spent several days T. Frank ,Lndrum Htarke, Florida
OF Atty. for Pit. '-8 41 1-29
visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns EVERY

Jr., and other) friends here., Mr. IN riHCI'IT 01'1' HHARFOHU Delivery Service

BRADFORDDWAR ... Carter ,.'Attended Bradford High COI'MTY. FLORIDAIN CIIN .

J-/:CO., School\.in1933,' and has many! Mary t.:'V14 V Prevatt.' Plaintiff VII Willie ..'. .
f TJefendant. Can Nn 4141.t .
frlen.dstheJ.: c Prevail
t ) - - -
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BRADFORD BARBERSHOP: Atlantic Service StationWash

Court St. We Appreciate Your.Business
H. C. Wall AgencyConstant ..
fjff frff*rr jji\8T<-ff f-f mrrrrr-r r- i-r -i
W. J. Prather R. L.Morgan: ,

and Polish $3 OO \
Service Oyer 50 Years .

Long Wearing Work Clothes Please Phone 146 Prompt, Courteous.Service

Feel Comfortable, 322 Temple Ave Phone 57

Look Your Best e>

In Our CLASSIFIEDpoll C. L. Baker, Mgr.

STRONGDURABLE:: FOR HALE-Practically new home
tfaireiconditlon. well furnUhed 3 bedroom. d....trable -

a Reasonable. Inquire Coca- I able location easy term lot 60x210 Write its reanon-,!' 721'

WORK CLOTHES Cola plant. i0 or call No.1. lIP 5 Piece Maple Dinette

house com-
poll BALE-1 S-room electric FOR BALK-Writing table, 4 chair,
with I
phI.ly furnished carriage' baby bed one
hot one
o/ 00 _'I refrigerator and electric loti. bedstead, mattress and HprlriK" Leatherette Bottom Chairs --4
3 Adjoining'
water ml.tellaneou" It.mll.-311 H.
fenc..". P. O. nO& 3H other '
newly 11
or .apply 111 K Church at IfLIST Church Ht : Drop Leaf Table J

ROOM FOR HENT with single bed '
YOUR Would prefer permanent tenant.

+r e a BUSINESS PROPERTY Mr.. .. J. M. Mitchell 30Z W. MadUnon. lip 59.50 "I.l
r _
FOIl BALK- 1134 Ford radiator,
and front fender Ooodromlltlon. -
BELr.a REAL rea.onable. A. Q. iiland Beautiful Mahogany
S'I'R01J'I' haTAT10 !. Hampton Flu. Up

%n o I Create -vrrttrt .t -..- RENT-I I-room home ..nfurnl.hed
r CaJ Ha w.d..ver
I' try properr. and 1 Garage apartment -
'. fa.000 ..If. ml llemee F.nn.-beWorld. with bath, all furnl..h..d.l lI'hnne Night Tables -,
Aereace. B.rer* tow all over 118 Il n.
Free op.* Itmttmm
E. A. STROUT REALTY AGENCY ron SALE! Victor and Rlueblni
'phnnokraph record at D.hmer' 17.95Only
Bf'pl'e1lfnte.l! Olft Bhoppe.

F. C. IIOLLINOSWORTH of battery +
118 .So. Walnut St.MATTREflES radloH. we have a larare' Stock A Limited ,
7 on hand of hard to ct tu...... Number Available
of all kInd. reno' ahmer'" Hft Hhopp It
upholstered ..nelr.fl"l.heel. r ... .. I
voted: furniture fountain pen
Drop u. a card FOR 8AL&-R..nold.
HASTJNG:! MATTRESS CO.. E'ox that needs reflllln. only. or,". 50 lb. Rolled Edge Tufted
230. Palatk- Fla. tf every two year*. I) hm "ri< lift -

'7-room hou.. Completely -
FOR fI.\I.F.-l ton Ford ,
with. electric refrtgeratnr FOR HALE-UU 1%
eater and truck, etake body rood rutbrrebuilt ,
ranr Single and Double Size
gas P. O. O"s 34. engine' 1660., my farm 1M
hot roster h..at..r.Church 8t. Stark.. mile Cult of Prleon Farm J. I'.
31& 8.
or apply It 4
Outstanding Overatreet.FUnNITCnE 4 Large 5-Drawer, Mghy Maple or Walnut

''.'.( values In : e"p"rl.n".r. d..lr. job.but Thr.e would yearrofflee b.. Cedar. cheats,MADE cabinets. TO, porch ORDBR and and we : CHEST OF DRAWERS -. 29.50
Name It
work. furnltur
af lawn
clothes designed Interested In Write other P.types O. Box 411 furniture' repaired2ndTremlhed.
Can I'p" / N.w tin bullding
,. hard or telephone No. 114. 2-U itF20a14 near Cook'. Store on Jackaonville 9c Extra ,Large WARDROBEWalnut .
for use, l Furniture *
) 'acrea. of Jand. with Ili Novelty' Shop. W. C. McC..rd.Cr..
long wear and foot Joe hou.e. celled...ut..tof IUO. Hex 145. Htarhe, Fla.' I-II lip or Maple Finish, Large Twin Doors
\ sash or terms. :I mtiee With Plate Claws Mirrors
s: comfort Starke. In Kenny riffle .et- SALE-29 furnished cotta.e*.
tI..m..nt. Owner W. L. Llnd..Y.. FOR 1J1. easily moired. Cahterrniu Clr p 47.50 and 59.00Just
111' N. Orange Ave. Ft. *I *t- ltd. 41. Plott' Camp '1 } ."
'-* *l"
Fla. mll. from Btar'k. on old II.ndln. A Limited Number Left
e know beating on 111
your clothes take a terrific DDT BOMP.-AUIG toadtoe
the!> job! "take it" ARMY: $unPLUIi Walnut k > BARRED a(
You need clothes that can Fountain corner Meth.eon. ( i ROLLS .J Ot T '
C lathes that are sturdy and tough yet comfortable. Stark' Ham WIRE Roeenberr/hea"y) for* Bon_I.. S2I- See K' Play Pens <- Large & Small Size With

And we've got .them--everythlng you need. Fp-MBAR FWhitheadLawtey a"Fla.ll l Tall 8t, Htarke Fla lip Floor 9.95

CHUFA SEED: .-!$ erop recleanedermlnated .
no not .ra.*. purity !
SALE-Pur. Jersey. cow with U 0-100: 0-lb. ba.*. net price I '
FOR second rail. h.Uer. No f..alt. 19, f o. ... ehlppln point. See IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
1125. Wm. r. Cnn. Cro.byTake ample at your county awent
pries rui .t city limit.. t.i atp office. No r. o. d. ord.r. anepted '
Robbins'F _John T. Parleh, Darlington. John H. Denmark Furniture Co.
F ) -Tw.. furnlahed apart J Walton Co. Fla. |

men*. Platon. ". ._._ FOR ." _-_ ..... ....!
refHae- ..,.1.. mmttf_ lea bee. .11 PHONE HI STARKE FLA.
FOR .ALP' Oae k.ro.ene beaten A ..t water f en... ChrmmI .
STE'liNBEIIC'S rater used Ilttl. Rood H.as tinnier.Waldo. new.. .l...l Awmtr ...r.. Sea W. tall I
At price to mov. W. 1.1 tip at. ....k... FU. *t*>
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SIX -.....---.

r Turns Down G. I. Bill. Of Rights the the county state, had legislature been authorizedby and Its Sgt. Branyon and MPs past terday four that years he has, announced opened a yes-gar- MAIHta All NOTICE person having To ('n tlu DlT.*.

for general auto repairs In AKalnt
Milk Fund Request Will Be TopicAt requirements set forth by the age M. Seymour, the esGG
the building: formerly used as a d-H:* ? ,
Florida State Veterans Commis Fine Record In StarkeBy notified r
Have and r.quir -
Legion MeetingA garage by Orange Lines Just 'r
Request for a milk fund donation sion.The claim J In the office ...10 ''
request will ask the two north of Blanding Center. Judge of lilt
made by Mrs. R. A. Green, discussion of veterans' unemployment Bill Duncan ing. When the camp was established Dradford COOhlJ, .
to of In the
independent veterans groups With the deactivation Camp Courlhou
Mrs. L. L. Jennings and Mrs. Paul compensation and recommendations. it seemed, Starke could Ida, within al sly) .
make When Technical Sergeant Wade Blanding and the consequent decrease eight
E. Canova In appearing before the other matters akin to the G. I. Provisions will be made In the to Starke only brace itself, expand, and wait from the date ,,t th C1II'bd.,
It. first came t11
Branyon of bus service from Starke, >N
County Commiasloners! Monday, Bill of Right will be heard at the 1946-1947 budget for the position, Camp Blanding didn't amount to for whatever was to be. Now that tlon of thla nonce, or tk, '

was denied by the board. Chair- Legion Hall Tuesday, March 12. it was announced. much, but the divisions were com- the smoke has cleared, leaving the Orange Lines no longer maintainsa February become void 8, lets cor | fh"1AdmlnlntrRtor"1 ?

man M. O. Harrell stated that A Gainesville representative of I log, and he knew it. As he leaveson town bigger, and none the worse repair department here.
there was no provision in the cur- the U. S. Employment Service will Edwards Building the 15th of March, the camp for wear, both civic officials and Mr. Barker came to Starke from h'!? chef
rent budget for the expenditure.The address the Legionnaires, it was Is big, but nearly empty, and the Blanding stationed personnel have Perry. John M.SeYmour, dTT': w
donation would be for milk announced. Members were urgedto New Grocery StoreA soldiers, in effect, are gone. surveyed the record of law en-
which will - .... .-r.- .... -
provided underprivileged children attend the meeting, modern of concrete Branyon, Provost Sergeant since forcement and agreed that it wasa -
at the Starke begin at 8 p. m. grocery October 1943 arrived in Starke on good one.
is raiseda
block construction being
fourth of a mile south of Starke I November 23, 1940. He's been Mayor Charles Darby this week J
school.'i:1 Service Officer by C. D. (Jack) Edwards. The I here longer than any other en- reciprocated Branyon's com ment S. J

May Be EmployedIn new building, on State 13 southof listed man, topping M-Sgt. Adger in praising the Sergeant and the ,
\ : the Alligator Creek bridge, Is WUburn by four days. As an MP .MP detachment for an efficient '
t'lIIIIB I This County expected to be complete In from he's possibly and frfendly attitude with which PHONE 34 FREE DELIVERy\

two to three weeks. It will be seen a larger they cooperated with the'city po-
.. ; Decision to file a request with with variety of major lice.
) operated in conjunction a
@ the
(5).J the American Legion
station, with equipment of and minor eventsin
t Veterans of Foreign Wars relativeto filling Conditions did, however, approach -
the latter to Include a grease rack, the camp and the "rough" phase back in
MADE TO ORDER the employment of a service Edwards stated. town than any Us Your
officer was made :Monday by the 1941, according to Branyon, when Bring Egg
OUR SPECIALTY Commissioners In its Formerly owner vf a gas station other soldier. the 36th (Texas) and First (Reg-
County at the corner of Madison and But when plied) ,' '
session. The position, ;:; ular Army) divisions were in
UPPE BAKERY which monthly calls for an official to( Walnut streets, Edwards Is at as to his expert.T out- wit training at the camp and on occasion --
veterans problems within present conducting his grocery standing '",' !: sought to compare their
1 handle business in a building adjoiningthe ences during five ';, ir l respective merits In public places. 10 Pounds
new site, previously the Kabr years of duty he* K, -jj.nf<.' i' Combat history has since shown
DR. JAMES F. LOOMIS Grocery. confessed t h a tiLjJ4liimost
that the prowess of these par-
OPTOMETRIST The new building will provide of the clearcut memories he
ticular units was in the finest .3InlOOlb.Sacks3
Suite 309-10 Masonic Temple Bldg., Jaekwonvllle- Phone 3-6098 acuities for an expanded line of takes with him have to do with traditions of the army. It would POTATOES !
i DISTINCTIVE STYLE groceries and should adequately crowds-the throngs of o. d. andkhaklclad'G.
! FOR PROFESSIONAL CARE AND not appear surprising in retrospectthat .
HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED UEdULAItLY meet the needs of south Starke, I.'s which his men authorities should at that
Edwards believes. Construction Isby and local authorities were requiredto
Service"Furniture time have been busily occupied
"We Render a Complete Optical Dispensing ;
Maurice Edwaads, local con- control. About a year ago
\ but the situation, Branyon said,
tractor. from 8,000 to 10,000 men arrivedIn ;
was at no time out of control.
Starke by bus each weekend- 1
now WE CAN. BEAUTIFY this, as he pointed out, In additionto Branyon's most unusual arrest
Upholstery RepairedAll OUR COMMUNITYBy the many who negotiated the occurred on Christmas day a year

eight mile distance by taxi private ago, when a soldier bethought THIS IS A REAL BUY !
Martha Home car 'and the now hallowed himself to take a Yuletide airing
traditional of the and "borrowed" a horse for the
Types Spring (The second in a series of articleson prerogative After chase
thumb. Those were the days purpose. a lively
beautification prepared by students when Call Street sidewalks I down the streets, with the gal-
& Chair Cushions Made Over of the 9th Grade Civics were
Davenport '
loping steed pursued by a station
so thick with khaki that civilians Fat Ba
Class at BHS.) - r -
wagon Sergeant Branyon and his 41i
in a hurry to get somewhere : ,
In the small community of ]
would take their chances and walkIn men made their arrest at the cor-
Hampton[ there are many improvements the street. ner of Call and Bay streets.
which should be done
to make It a more beautiful townto Even so, Branyon believes the The Sergeant Is a regular, and Smoked Sides lb.
has reenellated for three years. - -
live in. enormous crowds were well distributed .
Prior,to his transfer to Blanding,
Call and
First the large vacant lot on along Temple,
their bulk. The he served over two years In the
considering great-
Main Street should be made into
a small park. If this could note est concentration was probably Coast Artillery In Panama. Whenhe All Sweet Oleo lb.
came here, the consistedof - -
done, it should be kept clean witnessed at the Orange Bus Line camp .
station around curfew time, and a main gate and the National
and not littered with trash as its
now. For other vacant lots In mIdtown after Saturday's mid- Guard buildings. He himself help-
night shows. ed pitch tents in preparation for
owned Individuals should be
the first selectees. His
forced to keep t'.*ra clean or have When one thinks of MPs one companyof YesWe
We are pleased to announce that we have the town clean the lot for the thinks of the law, which usually 72 was Blanding's first assigned -

employed the services of Mr. William L. owner and have the labor charged calls for more references as to unit.

Witts an expert upholsterer with yearsof against the property. The palms crime and disorder. But as to In later days, the MP outfit Have of
experience in the business in Jacksonville and palmettos which line each that, the Sergeant could only say acquired a personnel of 300, with Plenty

I and we are now ready to serve the side of the road leading into that the local record Is outstanding. men patrolling Gainesville, Palat-
needs of this community in this line. Hampton from the West, shouldbe ( Compared to some army ka Lake City St. Augustine and
trimmed and more should be towns, the Star e scene was evidently other nearby towns. For a time, GRITSSTAGE
,,, ... replanted where fire and age have one of prevailing peace and Branyon pulled his duty In Jacksonville -

destroyed. Flowers could be quiet. Thanks to the assistanceof but continued as a member -
All Types of Furniture Repairingand planted around each tree withouttoo city police, and the cooperationof of Blanding's station complement -

much labor or expense, lending merchants, not to mention the ...... -
Refinishing more beauty to the town. soldiers themselves, the record The Sergeant Is a native of -

Before any of this could be considered ( here was, in his opinion, one of Honea Path, S. C. He was mar-
r-r-fJr-r-ff-r-f-f f* *
f ffniJfTr j jfj f flffrrjM-f-m the town must be fencedIn the finest anywhere. No homi- ried In August, 1M4 J to the former .

11' Phone 52-J not allowing stray animals of cides, no cutting scrapes, no lar- Edna Ross, of Starke. and SHOW
every description to roam the ceny of consequence complicatedthe trusts that his wife and son aged
streets. picture of a "boom town" four months, will be with or near
The old Hall Building which is whose increase In population was Mm at his new station.

Eddie)Hartmann Furniture Factory now being rented for living quarters such as to call for national com- Two other enlisted men rival D
should be turned into a recre- ment and a feature article des- Branyon's record for the long stayat BILC
ation hall for the young people of cription In the Saturday Evening Blanding. M-Sgt. Adger Wil-

North Temple Avenue Hampton. where they could gatherfor burn, Commander of the Guard! TH FL-

entertainment.The Post.Anyone referring to Branyon's I I at "B" Gate, came here November STARKE J
lighting system should be
tour: of duty automatically spans 27th 1940, and 1st Sergeant
I Improved by having lights Instal- Gettys G. Vaughn was an arrivalon
the local tours of'duty of all
different side streets
led on the December 6th 1940.
specially leading to( the churches. Blandlng soldiers, period. Slg- 1
The sidewalks are badly in niflcently, throughout the Ser- One Day Only Thursday,

INDUSTRIES WANTEDFOR need of repair causing more people jeant's military service here, only Barker OperatingNew 3 BIG SHOWS 3:00, 7:00,9:)
> to walk in the road where two O. I.'s met accidental death- Garage HereJ.

danger is more likely to exist.A one when run down by a taxicab,
STARKEThe few trash, baskets should be the other when struck by a train. P. Barker, who has been em- Ches Davis Presents
placed in front of business places, This fact alone in the MP's estimation ployed as a mechanic with the

following is a partial list of new indus- where people sit around. But the Is little short of astonish- Orange Bus Lines here for the HIS
rash baskets would be of no use
tries suited to Starke and for which there is If the people did not cooperate in -

ample labor & a ready market in this locality: using These them.are only a few Improve- ALLAMERICAN BARN DAN

ments that I have mentioned, but
1. Peanut Butter Factory. which. If done, will make Hampton With Your Favorite Radio Stars From

2. Vegetable Processing Plant. a more beautiful communityto Pick ycurseli a'
,3. Nursery for Ornamental Shrubbery and live in. Mutual, Columbia & NBC Networks

For pecan, citrus, and,other fruit plant- vfxcfc

4.. Dehydrating Plant. GET THE ow TALENT EVER ASSEMBLED

5. Termite Control. SPEEDY SURE
6. Livestock Auction Market. i RELIEF'FORACP"INDIGESTION DUBARRY GILBERT SISTERS--Singing and playing their

I ; 7., Brush and Broom Factory. by ttl into your hearts.
f 8. Leather Tanning Plant. Cowboy direct
I "You'll take Spring lovely glow \I BRAD Singing
9. Cigar Factory. Madison Square
Roy Rogers Rodeo Show,
10. Distillery for Turpentine Products. REX50Garpenter'sDpug for when den, New York City.
I your very own you c- _,
L 11. Creosoting Plant for Lumber and Cross t ss with lit
little girl
Ties. t use the color-magic of
i bass fiddle.
. 12. Factory for Clothing. ... Il(
\ .: DuBarry Face Powder delicate SMILING DURDIWizard of the
13. Hosiery Mill. ,. .. over a TOMMY
:\, Store guitar.
j;) 14. Furniture Factory. t: '." <> is film of DuBarry Foundation Lotion.Rleturd .
.r 15. Strawberry Cold Pack. V .: ; :. CURT BLAIR-In Hillbilly and Western tunes.

16. Crate Mill. j THE STACY TWINs-Just returning from three J

17. Well Drilling. overseas. .
cta .
18. Storage Garage. chILlI
t POP GILBERT-North and South Carolina's
S. 19. Hatchery.
20. Ice Cream Factory. c 4 YOU'RELUCKY

21. Turkey Farm. r' WANDA LEE-Personality plus. '

22. 100 5-acre tracts of good well-drained l CHES KEWPIE DA :

I land, uniformly laid out and platted'' you may escape Injury In an And THOSE 5 PRETTY MAIDS FROM U'

with suitable roads or streets. MOUNTAINSON _
I 23. Pecan or Peanut Candy Uant.I accident, but you can't escape ... ...., ".. twe
,I Hurfmit 01'.,. a 2.oo"z
financial obligation. ol DuB.rrr Fees Powder pin THE SCREEN

These are just a few suggestions to Veteransand Inquire about Automobileand a onpllmoatorr bottle of ,
DuBtrry Fouadttlon Lodes lor "I'll Be Seeing'You"Ginger
others who are now looking around for
Accident Insurance. only 2.001 I plea *ea Cctte
good business opportunities. For further information Rogers Joseph

s<< or advice contact Charley E. Johns AND LATEST NEWS __ --

Agency .
Starke Chamber of
Commerce. S*
Children 40c Adults
Koch Store
Starke, Florida NIGHT Children 40c Adults *

THe TMAVmjUU.Hartford

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. ren and brother, Marvin Warren.
e Otis Forsyth, who Is 30. daughter Shirley, of Lake Butler L. S. Galloway and Mr. and Mrs. (

YTEYIJ'II In South Florida, spent the employed week- CNE WM4 tS OPINION: Sgt. Marvin E. Rosier, Feb. 14. are spending some time with her Loran Conner were, visiting Mrs. jl

\ end with his parents, Mr. and Sgt. Merton B. Galloway, Feb. parents ),11". and Mrs. C. C. Crosby Daisy Fisher who Is a patient in '
ylami Crew Mrs. Joe Forsyth. Clendftle Hospital In Palatka FrI- 3
By Billee RossThe Cpl William Enos Feb. Mr. and Mrs. William
Hayes, Crosby
Jack Bales
. e and daughterof day night. 1 1Don.t
e. 28. and children are now living in the
Lake Wales are'spending some other day a couple arrived in Starke with .
o-PE )I.rrlage .\ .K time with her mother and brother, only fifty cents to their name. The woman la III Cpl. John Lee Hall Feb. 2. house which was formerly occupied forget BTU Saturday ,.
of MIsS Bernice I William Jackson Greene AR 3-c, by Mr. and :Mrs. H. D. night and church Sunday and Sunday -
Mrs. Mae Wells
and Ernest Wells and her husband '
brought her here because one of
Jack80nvUle, formerly : March 2. Kelly. night at Corinth. Everyone is 1
y Leon starling of Jr. our local doctors seemed to be the only one who I Mrs. W. C. Conner, Mr. and Mrs. invited to attend. :
and Pfc. Johnnie A. Paxton, Jan. 9.
of Saturday Mr W. E. Edwards spent the could do her any good. They went to the welfare

.scan event Ga. weekend In Jacksonville with rel .: office and were given six dollars. The man is out Kenneth M. Harrington, Pfc.
It Woodbine Feb 24.Herbert.
attended by ),11". and atives. '. of a job and< they took th eonly money he had to Orad ton Sauley, MM

ff juillard and at presIding Louis Manning of Lake Wales 1', \ rent a room. 3-c. Feb. 22. > Starke Chamber of Commerce

tr In the home of spent the weekend with Mr. and ', ', I happen to know that some of the missionary

lUll lard.enmark Mrs. Harry WUkerson. 'i" ,:,t.l. } circles in town plan to visit this woman and say . . e e .
daughter G. W. Roberts is the first Lawteylle .:... : NOW OPEN
Is the -i : .,. prayers and take a basKet of food. This is veryL.i.
Jackson- to 1946 I:
a automobile.It
ot SunnybrookBy i
11 Denmark thoughtful, but I am just wondering If this food
**"" Is a Chevrolet.
B formerly will be enough to last a whole month. That is as often as the circles
the Hr and Mrs. Rachel Browning and Mrs. distribute baskets, and a person especially one who is'sick, can get Mr. O. E. Crosby Boosting Starke for YOU! !

Mre Steve Myrle Rafuse'and children, Loca, : e . . .
ot awfully hungry In a month's time. I am wondering, too, if anyone .
| Of Lawtey. Faye and Joan were shopping in has been Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward and !
sr. provided to take partial care of this woman. If you've How Can You Help?

Of Jacksonville sepntend Starke Saturday.We ever been sick, then you know how good if feels to have your bed children of Starke were guests of 1
!to here. are sorry to report that cleaned and his parents Mr. and Mrs. Calvin
with friends straightened for you. PAINT and CLEAN UP!
Jacksonv1lle Mrs. Beasley has gone to the hos- Ward. Sunday.Mr. .
of Unfortunately, the welfare office here is two
only days a
Burney open and Mrs. F. M. Norman
Mrs. H. pital in Jacksonville. She has di-
log his mother, abetes. month, and If anyone thinks that is adequate he should go to schoolone were visiting Mr. and Mrs W. R. List Housing Accommodations

day, sit on a bench and watch the children piling off the busses.
JS"S'Cec.1. Whiten We are glad to say that Windsor Halslop Sunday. I
Jacksonville on buali. Il McCay Is home from St. Luke's Even on the coldest days there are barefooted ones and ones without Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and JOIN UP TODAY .

I Hospital in Jacksonville. He coatI children, Sherman and Beverly Jo, .

esday.nd carl VanZant underwent a head operation while It seems to me that there Is great need .here for a Community were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edward -

Mrs business Thursjng there. Chest Fund such as the larger cities have. Lots of fts who'd like; Cain in Gainesville Sunday.Mr. Courthouse Lawn Phone 190I t

tarke on I J. B. Tetstone and son Earl, of to give to a welfare fund don't know where to turn in our contribu and Mrs. R. M. Crosby and ,

Quincy bas moved Orlando were visiting Mr. and tions. As matters now stand, there is no organized effort to relievo Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Galloway were
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Fisherin r
Kelly's house on what I Mrs. John Brown recently. suffering in this community. All of us would feel a lot better if I
Green Cove Springs Sunday.
n as the Plummer place. ,I Starke Betty and Lindell Bradley with of we knew we'd had a' part in helping some helpless child or some Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Halslop and am pleased to announce that I am back in '
for the new spent Saturday night
sawyer suffering man or woman.
t i 11 a
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Halslop were
about 3 miles west of Alma and Shirley Crews. business visitors to Jacksonville Starke as Agent for the Peninsula Life In- !
I Mra. H. C. Crews spent Saturday ----- -- ---- .

L. Dryden of Jackson I night In Starke with her son e e . e Saturday. and surance. I appreciate the patronage that I
Barn Dance Show Mr. and Mrs Otis Crawford
with herSirs. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
nt, Thursday Louis Crews. HillBy was given me when I was agent In 1911, and I
Perry Davis. Clay Coming To StageOf Political
Saucer of Kingsley I Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Crews were
will appreciate your continued patronage.
Mr. and Mrs. Louts Crews Park TheatreThe !
spent part of last week visiting Lura> Burgess Announcements

1 mother Mrs. J. E. War-I bf Starke recently. . .. . e 1 AH-Amerlcan Barn Dance VOIt IIKPIIKSKNTATIVKI

WHEREIN THE WILD HONEY that is coming to the Park Theatrefor hereby announce my eanrtldncy
fop the office of UeprRHontatlvo. in M. C. THOMAS AGENT
SUCKLE IS IN BLOOM: THE three shows Thursday, March the Klatv legislature from Bradford ,

GOOD FOOD ATANLEY'S BUMBLE BEES IIUM AND I AM 14, features all string instrumentswith t'ouniy, subject to. the will of the
ENJOY Democratic voter In the May 7th PENINSULA LIFE .
GLORIOUSLY HAPPY. many radio hillbillies. Shows I primary Your vole and support

will begin at 3. 7 and 9:30 p. m. will be .....tiy aptireilateil.Jaka COURT STREETIN
"Of times I pray with words; P. Roberts.FOIL
Admission will be children 40c and .
Or else just close my eyes I "TATH HKPIIKMKNTAT1VHI
RANCH adults 60c for the matinee and
And listen to rapt birds hereby announce my candidacy
40c and 75c for the evening shows. for reelection. to the office nt State
Petitioning the skies, Representative. from llrailfordCounty
Featured on this show are The
With song. -Phillips. subject to the will of the
3 MILES SOUTH OF TOWN ON ROAD 28 Stacy Twins who are making one Voter nt the May 1th Primary.
Having nerved In the 19411 Hwnxlon THE SOUTHEAST ,
The birds sing continually of their first appearances since gained
1 feel that the experience
the holly tree. I listen with rapture serving a three-year hitch with and frletidnhlim created will l>a of More people drink Atlantic Ale and Beer than any other.It .

in heart. I thank God the navy. Cries Davis is the great. value to the people of Bradford -
my .
County and Florida, If I am re. must be..x /
for beauty and song. It is likea principal comedian. The Gilbert elected. to this office.
TEAKS CHICKENSEA Your vote and support will b.
of two sisters,
Family, composed
--- prayer. The wild honeysuckle highly appreciated..
Is in bloom throwing off a delightful a brother and their father, Is one N. I). Walnwrlaht, Jr.

fragrance. Odors lift the of the big features. Top Gilbert -
FOOD holds the title of champion fiddlerIn 1'0 ire Qnnllfleilulem of CountrCummlmiloner
soul to greater heigh ts. I never l>>>ln rlrt No Allrndford
felt happier in many months than the state of North Carolina. I .:<>.nC,., Klorlda.I .
now. This weekend was so won- Curt Blair, popular singer, sings hereby re-election announce an County my Cnmml.sloner .-

DINNER PARTIES SOLICITED derful. My brother and his wife the request numbers of the audi of Dlntrlct No.2. subject to
In If re-elected
visited me on their way home to ence and Brad Malone, the singing the I prumlMe Primaries to continue May. to work for _/
Indiana. I went to town dined cowboy, also gives his rendition' the best Interests of the DUtrlct : r vd
and visited and watched the':of cowboy and other popular and ITpon the thin County promise a.. a I whole.respectfully. D iI

crowds. We are all headed to- I tunes. kollrlt May your 7th.vote and active supporton I

ward the same end whirling a- On the screen will be "I'll Be Yours very truly,
n Your Tirea Are Slick- Ting: t$ Recap! round the sun at 18 1-2 miles a Seeing You" with Ginger Rogers B. L. CJtAWFORD'1. AlB Jnm (Enqe.

second. There are so many won- and Joseph Cotton. roil COI'NTY COMMIKMO.NBRniMrlet ..er are-estate
a VULCANIZING ders and things we cannot under- I hereby announce myself. all a AAA.e.-b..*.M All.eta CS.ee.,Ct.....ee N.I.e,OrMM.
u AND stand, only have faith. I think Recent DischargesThe candidate for County Commissioner.
ALL SIZE TIRES to the great be- from District No. r. Ilavlnn served
when we pass a. county o"mmlnloner for one
i AND TUBES yond all the mysteries of life and following discharges have term I feel that 1 am fully quail-

_d universe we will understand. I recently been recorded by the fled and .If elected will Rive the
second district and the county ana
j 24-HOUR SERVICE saw bumble bees humming yesterday Clerk of the Circuit Court: whole the beat service of whichI If Clothes Could Express

BEST MATERIALS so the winter must be over.I T-4 Roderlc C. Dampier, Feb. am capable. W. Mitch Edward

4 had six requests for apron) pat- 13. 1 1Feelinos.

GRADE "A" RUBBER terns. Some wrote me sweet let- Kenneth Eugene Starling, CM ron. cot'NTV co N>e.i'imioM.itIM.trlrt 4 Their

Workmanship Guaranteed ters of appreciation.Seven 3-c Feb. 15.: At this writing I announce myself -
for reelection to the Office of
PHONE 79 more weeks of school. George C. Powell, T-5, Feb. 24. County Commissioner. DUtrlct No.
The days pass swiftly. The straw- Pfc. Harmon P. Morgan, Feb. 4, Hampton Graham and ThereMH 0
The to the Democratic voters In the primaries J
berries are being harvested. I May 7th. If reelected to Z
beans and corn are up, growing, 25.Pfc.. Leslie A. Thomas, Feb. 9. thla office 1 will continue to discharge

STARKE TIRE SERVICE fast these long sunny days. May Capt. Andrew Z. Adklns, Jr., with In the a fair duties and connected Impartial there man OF COURSE THEY

everyone who reads this have a Feb. 23. ner. On that promise I will greatly CAN'T. nUT JUST

[Adjoining Temple' Garage Temple Ave. Joyful heart. That you may en- Pfc. Fred Coleman Sr., Feb. 21. Thank appreciate your vote on May 7th. FOIl THE SAKE OF

joy the beauties of nature and Cpl. Charles P. Edwards Feb. Respectfully T. C. Chataln. ARGUMENT, LETS

hear a prayer In a bird's song. 23. PRETEND THEY CAN .

May God bless you all until next S-Sgt. Louis C. Smith Feb. 19. FOR SCHOOL N.BOARD. t Your Finest Dresses and Suits Would Un
Love Lura. Lloyd Clarence King, Jr., S 1-c,
week. Much I hereby announce myself a candidate doubtedly Express Themselves As Being Well
Feb. 23.Edward. for member of the Hoard of
k INTEGRITYThis e e . e Blake Jackson, Stkpr., Public Instruction: ltrlct 1. comPrising Pleased With the Excellent Treatment They
S II North Htarke.and Lawtey. Receive In Our Plant. Each Garment is Processed
Feb. 15.Edward: served In this capacity before
funeral home is dedicated to reliable
HeilbronnBy Galllon Saxon, S 1-c, with three year a* chairmanof With the Care and Thoroughness ThatIt
service. There are no boundarylines the board, I feel that I am fully Deserves. If Your Clothes Could Speak-
Feb. 24.Harold. qualified and If elected I promiseto
to, the territory we are always The School L. Fuller. T-5.: Jan. 18. discharge the duties. connected They'd Tell You So.
e e e 055Mrs. therewith In an Impartial manner.J. .
ready to serve. S e e e Pvt. Robert H. Lappe, Jan. 10. 11. Moore.

Lois Moore and Mr!!. Mary Kenneth Merrill Struth CM 1-c,
in Jan. 13.Pfc.'Carl. roll 1CIIOOI. IIOAIlllniatrlrt PHONE 135
vUltlng .
Y Jane Forsythe were !N. a
Sunday afternoon.Mr. L. Brown, Jan. 14. I hereby announce my candidacy:
Lake Butler Fred Hagan, Jr., SM 1-c, Jan. for member of the hoard of Public ROUT. 315
and Mrs. Troy Norman and Instruction from District 3, subjectto

AMBULANCE: SERVICE children were visiting In Lake 20.Herbert H. Harris, Pfc., Jan. 23. In the the will primary of the of Democratic May. 7. If voter elected GREEN, Temple
to thin responsible position I
Funeral Director Butler Sunday. Pvt.. John G. Sapp. Jan. 25.: promise. to carry out the duties of Owner Ye.fii' .
Shaw of Jacksonville office the best of ability,
Mrs. Bert CpL Eugene M. Long Feb. 12. the to my
STARKE PHONE 7 and and will greatly appreciate your
weekend with :Mr.
the Basser Y 2-c,,
spent Robert Maloy active support and vote on May 7.
Mrs. Russell Carter. Feb. 7.James. -H. B. Crosby.
Our local funeral home enables us to and _
Mrs. A. W. Brovm SM 1-c
Mr. and William Tuson FOR "CHOOt. BOAItnnistrU
offer conveniences and services not S. R.
family and Mr. and Mr Feb. 4.MSgt.. /Mm. S

otherwise available Clark. and family were visitingMr. William N. Long, Feb. 9. didate I hereby for.member anounoe of myself tll. Board a can of

and Mrs. Clyde Brown and TTho L M rs reau. Feb. Public Instruction, District >. corn.prising '
[furnish the highest type service at the lows t prices and Mary T. Brown In Starke Brooker, New' River, Ora- LEARNTO
t Mrs. ham, and Hampton, subject to the
ANY life insurnc policy In force.issued by ANY com- Sunday. 15.Carl Junior VanZant, CM 3-c, will of the voter In the Democratic .

. payment in part or In full on a funeral. Consultation Mrs. R. McCarthy was visiting Feb. 16.Sgt. thin Primaries office. In 1 promise May. If to elected dischargethe to Fly !

no obiigattpn Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Kite Sunday. Leon Rosenberg, Feb. 5. dutlve Connected therewith In si
I Lucille Brown and Miss McCall PHM 2-c, fair and Impartial manner. Your
Miss John Bruce ,
_' vote and support will be.highly appreciated
A afternoon
Evelyn Clark spent Sunday Feb. 9.Tt '
in Starke. William E. Benefield, Jan. Your respectfully: r;. .;. *....... under !

Rom.where''I sit... &y Joe Marsh Mr- and Mrs. Crockett Summer A. A.

from Summer Tampa and family were visiting Sunday after G. I. BILL OF RIGHTSat

Jess Turner's noon.Mr.. and Mrs.' Dave Clemons FORSALEiBUILDINGCENTER!

were visiting Mr. and Mrs. V H.

Keene la Macclenny Sunday.Mr. .

labor troubles and Mrs. R .1... Morgan' and

family attended a birthday partyat OF TOWN STARKE AIR PORTFor

roar rears Jess Turner ran certain Interests In the business; the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. R.

mesa shop alon figure how he can Clark Sunday'afternoon.
and Delbert
But now nU Scott was visitIng location for bufdnerM. Beautiful
I discharged production( onhamesses Miss Julia Dee 100 percent any
sod It back from the speed up saddle work besides. Geraldine Carter and attend Modern Front, good windows, all Con
to and do some
help him.
t seal the bargain with another ed Pine Level Church Sunday. I crete: Construction. Building excellent condi-
IWayIt And they
rt las seelllS that nephew friendly glass of beer. tion. Can arrange terms, mortgage to suit InformationCall
Rene sew Id.... D> Notice .
lI<< all labor troubles Veterans purchaser.This
IfeOlley.shorter Of course
-- John142
1 V. S. St.
". haTe r.tt so simple. But from where County Judge E. K. Ferryman' represents opportunity to buy Central
bar.,! sit. If there eonld be more announced this week that an order City property at lew than coat to build on
sad "-
"hat does< Jew del He in'sit5 -more give aadentaadlac has been received from Tallahassee today's market. This building must be sold or

rt to lit down ewer a friendly nor tolerance and bet- stating that all World Warn as owner has other business interest Will
''It beer -tolh sides would be a heap who wiG Co obtain a
and talk the situation Veterans arrange long term I lease for suitable tenant.
leg party how *. 'Ur off. drivers license without taking a Maj. Richard G. Kidd, A.U.S. Res.
can ciTe
rt IOI e road test must apply for their

extra dollars, and 80e 1t license of their within discharge 30 days instead of th of'date tie C. J. CARTER. 137 W. CALL ST. at Phone 63M.JtCII

al .. W .
months time which has been r'. -- < M ".e V
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I Collection Of Ancient Music Boxes prominent executives for news YP I COUNTY FLOH1OAI CHAN- Court Mal'ch'11.and 1946.cause In, tit b 0_. hi
paper morgues, libraries or even I CKHV. seeks divorce Where 1
Is Pleasant And Profitable PastimeA schools. He wants a history of the .I trud.Philip Kralts e.! Kreltm Defendant., Plaintiff,Cane"..; Oel'I No.- I County trot ot minor and childrenI'?ust dn 'nG plan

company and biography of execu- 4< ti 4S8<. Order In n..xt hall PUb i''II'' /
Telegraph reporter, dropping: past 20 years, finding them in tives. The victim merely pays the ORDER NOTICE OF !PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR Witness my han tOUI d"nll weekl lib.I.
In on Quigley & Davla during a such diverse locations as New modest fee attached to gatheringsuch STATE OF FLORIDA to: Gertrude at 1918.Starke, Florida this Fekryeq
news assignment this week chanced York North Carolina and Florida. material and often la tapped 4 Kre'ti, whose residence and (OFFICIAL SEAL
y r ad upon a hit of extra news In His present collection representsthe for a few thousand reprints of the i Brooklyn: New York. .Avenue Or..n A. Clerk oIc! ot Paid COUrT' J'
the way of hobble J. T. Quigley three principle types-the up- "story" which Is usually publishedIn I ; I d; You are required to appear on Attys. for Green Pit. Starkv Plorl4&
flat disc and the F March 11, 1946 In the above named Z.
he discovered collects music right disc, the some fly-by-night sheet, withno Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Ill
boxes-one of the few items of brass roller varieties. Time It Is circulation. xeekn divorce. Bradford County .N CIRel'.T (COURT' BR'D
the: antique field that is pleasur- found, has not '.dulled their tone. Sometimes they send around a A In Telegraph next four shall weekly publtab issuex.this' Order CERT. "'LOIUUAI I' CIi a

able to both see and hear. The Instrument displayed in Mr.QuIgley' to take pictures of Witness my band and official seal JJosephFI. Collin
A parlor adornment of the most office gives forth tink- photographer falls ,,. at Starke, Florida this February No. 01311.ORDER. 'Dnlenldant
the suckers and when a guy a 3 ,, 8, 1146.
fashionable homes from SO to 75 ling melodies with a resonance for this, he is hooked suite enoughfor (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas OF PUBLrCATIOII
Mr. Quigley now finds that I t could' surely call for no Improvement A. Clerk of said Court. AND NOTICE TO APPEAtSTATE
years ago in r '
they have little difficulty T. Frank Landrum Starke, Florldav OF !>
them in old workshops and dusty modern or otherwise. I : Whose. to' J
I selling a dozen or so prints at$2a Atty. tor Plf 2-sit S-l Collins r"Hld..nc.
storerooms forgotten, apparently I There are 20 'metal discs, furniShIng '": D'FORU4 hlYfetbletlndieCrystal Street
throw. Maybe you are too smartto IN CIRCVIT COURT.'' IIR l'I.f
until some collector such as the musical changes Chat play for 'Re;;". 'qulred
local lumber dealer happens' its I 15 minutes when wound. fall for such tricks but don'tbe CKRY.H CHA.Ne. I ... ."'" 44ei* the to abov.aCound ,.
Music boxes, Mr. Quigley said too sure As Barnum once said, / .>lnm L. Kindt, Plaintiff, v.. Evan seeks wherein n .
way minute.: tI H.. jClnclt, Defendant. Cane No. 4983. divorce. Brndfurdp eo'Telegraph '
A handsome example of the instrument once cost upwards of MOO, at a there Is one born every ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND hall publish this C
an upright walnut cab- |I time when the price level for But as long as the suckers fall for NOTICE TO APPEAR! In WIt-neN"next tour hand weekly iueuea
I I STATH OF FLORIDA to: Evan H. my and
and "ICltl
such rackets reputable organ-
inet piece with glass disclosing a ,, home furnishings was considerably Kindt whose residence I III' lilt Enirr. at 1946.Starke Florida. thla Pob
large perforated disc, stands In| below that of today. izations sponsor them slick promoters PLANTED PINES 13 YEARS OLD AND THINNED FOR PULPWOOD Ave.% Postmaster E<|u.pt.|. Co., New(Prov.York) APO, New 08. 8.(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J.

Mr. Quigley's office. Another laIn The instrument displayed bearsa will continue to eat thick Thousands! of acres ot worn out farm land can be made as profitable as York. A"rank of .aid Court Tb
the Gospel Tabernacle and two manufacturer's name plate steaks smothered with mushrooms this plantation In Mississippi. In 13 years it grew 23 cords per acre or atthe You are required to appear on T Atty. for,lAndrum 1'1t. Starke, Pryor,
been made by and ride around in new limousines. rate of 2 cords per acre per year. Properly thinned for pulpwood it March 11, 1946 In the above nam- Z.B II t tIN
others In his home. showing it to have yielded 7 cords per acre permitting the remaining 19 cords to grow Into ed Court and cause wherein plaintiff :
Mr.- Quigley has both purchased! one O. F. Kauffman of Reading Igher quality products at a growth rate In excess of 2 cords tier: acre per Telegraph necks dlvorcs.shall publish Bradford this County Order .('OUNTY CIRCUIT ('Ol'lt'r, 5RtOPo
and sold music boxes during theT00 Pa. I J. F. Colley HomeJ. i rear. The pulp and. paper Industry through the Southern Pulpwood Conservation in next four weekly issues. CEKY. FLOIUU.\I I'll' Cft
____._ _..'- ----_-_- I Association recommends planting of pines for profit on aban- Witting my hand and official seal Marie BllIChott, PI"lntlf'
I doned lands. at Starke, Florida, this Billchott, Defendant va
February. 7 "R.e
r I F. returned this week No
r : any group in need of funds for Colley 1918. ORDER OF I'URLII'ATION II
another can be from three weeks in Johns Hop- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas AND NOTICE TCI APPEAR
LATE one purpose or JOIN THE CHAMBER OF and address la 2030 W. Grace Street As Clerk of said Court. STATE OF FLOUlllA .
kins in Baltimore Md., to.: (
, CLASSIFY taken in, for It sounds too goodto Hospital Richmond, Virginia.You Zach H. Douglas. Gainesville Fla. Blschoff, whose residence "|
TO be true. where it was necessary to am- COMMERCE: and help build I are required to appear on .Atty. for Pit.. 2-8 4t 3-1 dress Is Route No. 1, BOX> U,8u lad 1
Starke.IN March 11, 194. In the above named South Carolina
-Once the boys get themselvesa putate his left arm. He was accompanied Court and wherein IN CIRCUIT COURT. linADFOItn You are required tc, ann*
cause plaintiff
By RUN eU Kay (COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN- March II, 1946 In the .
I reputable sponsor they lose no by his son, J. R. Col- CIRCUIT seeks divorce Eradfurd! County CRRY. ed Court and cause. wheroln above
time in getting to work. They I of Kansas Kan. who Is ..COURT DII"UFOIID Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Iva Mae'' Kndlcott. Plaintiff vs. tiff seeks divorce Bradford C
While the Florida Railroad Commission City ('OI'NT'Y r. FLORIDA. IN CHAIMCKItY. next tour weekly Uaue James Defendant, <
Endlcott Case Telegraph shall publlRh
is considering the matter will arrange for a desk In the to make his .. WltneH my hand and official No. 4384. In next four this
going home here and R. "'. F.ath..mton. Plaintiff, va. M. Heal at Starke Florida, this Feb- weekly Issuc/i.
I of telephone service with a viewto club howe. or engage a room some- has accepted a position in St; Au- Emma! ,F ther.ton Defendant. Caie ruarv 7, 119ft.OFFICIAL ORDER AND NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR seal Witness at Starke my, hand Florida.and, this old,
where, have a battery of telephones No ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas r
It look .
Its Improvement might 'O;D.K OF PUBLICATION STATE OF FLORIDA to: James ruarv S, 1946.OFFICIAL
A Clerk of said Court. ,
gustine. Mr. Colley's condition la "
Installed and are Endicott whose address la 603 Broad ( SEAL)
into the old racket of telephone they r.i'.i wOUCB TO APPEAR Chai. R. H."N-ZOI-05 Realty Bldg. A. J. Tho,
(Street, % C & O Railroad As Clerk of said .
Company Court.
solicitations for the sale of tickets, ready to take the yokels like excellent. STATE Feath OF r.ton FLORIDA, whose to:residence M. Emma 2-8 Jacksonville.4t 3-1 Florida, Atty. for Pit. Columbus, Ohio T Frank Landrum, Stark, PlorJ
which always flourishes at this .Dewey took Manila. You are required to appear on A'tty. for Plf. 2.141(

time of the year and helps to keep Business men socialites, in fact -

communications lines tied up. anybody who has a telephone is C

It works like this. Some snow- given a buzz and the conversation

bird promoter or maybe a crew goes something like this:

of them blow Into a community, "Good Morning, Mr. Jones, I'm eJ" .. a.,, \

contact the American Legion. calling for Ed Smith, Commanderof i '
I Woman's Club or some other the Legion Post you see the .A.

group and get them .'to sponsor a boys are trying to raise enough i-U)5 1-

I dance or show or some other money to pay off the mortgage on L

event. explaining that the organization the Legion Home and Ed told me ,
{ will receive a generous per to get In touch with you. 0

![ centage of the profits, everything "Don't misunderstand me, Mr.

' in fact but actual expenses of Jones, we are not calling on you

'I staging and promoting the affair for a donation, or anything like Scarce Cotton &

I Gullible club officers or directorsare that. ,You see. the boys have de- Rayon Materials '
easily taken In; especially I II cided 'to stage a floor show and
dance at the City Auditorium next
when they are assured that they

I I won't just sponsor have to the do event any work and everything they- week Ed aad'we, /it will be could a swell count show on you and Now Available At. The Star Store t

I else will be taken care of to take about. 10 tickets at $2 '
, each to help the cause along- '
and It will give the club or organization I
You don'tneed to bother mailing
a net profit at no ex-
a .check. Mr.,Jones, I'll have one
pense These or effort.slick-tongue promoters of the boys run right over to your We Have Staged A Real "Scoop" In Obtaining These Lovely, Hard-to-Get "

office with the tlcketi
"ve a mighty good line and most
sure do .thank' Mr. Jones the '' Fabrics For Our Customers. '
i t you I* Better Hurry Down And Fill Your Needs While
Legion boys won't forget this,. no
W.C.T.U. sir." The Limited Supply Lasts.
I ,
Now it usually happens that Ed .-'to'
a a'' .II aitWi! .1.,
Reverend Donald McGarragh Is a good customer of Mr.,-Jones I
I pastor of the Center Presbyterian I as are most of the members of #-

Church of Grove City : the Legion and the solicitation In .. Eyelet Embroidery .
I Pa., has written a unique article the form of a rapid fire telephone 3.50yd. Bleached Sheeting Remnants .45yd

en America's Liquor BUI and conversation has him at. a disad s Voiles
vantage. He stammers and stutters .59 yd. Satin .
,Jones hiit dissertation with an 1.19yd.
alphabetical paragraph which and Is hooked before he Dotted
In eloquent' to nay the least: knows what the score is. .79 yd. Ticking ,_ .50 yd.
"The liquor evU In larger communities, thous- R I- "

Anna villain ands of tickets are sold In this ] Chambray 69
more ( yd ''
.. < Spun Rayon in beautiful'
Breaks more laws manner and slick promoters clean

i Corrupt more officials up In a big way. They get by ,i, Poplin .69 yd. Patterns -.75 yd.
Deiitroys more htnnes .. because they do stage a mediocre :
Engulfs more fortune.* entertainment, and split with the .h Twill -
.69 Shirting .69 yd.
Kill more jails organization that sponsored the yd. -

Grows moro' hairs'. affair; 'AFTER EXPENSES are Short
gray Length
Harrows more heart deducted and believe me they ,, col. .40 yd. Batiste _. '_ .79 yd.
know how to figure the expenses.As .
Inc<<- more crime .
Jeopardizes more liven > a rule only a very small per- a ..
Kindles more strife centage of the folks who purchased -

Lacerates Maims more more bodies feelings. write off tickets the cash show they up.shell They out Dress Up Your Home With Beautiful

Nails down more coffins as a contribution and let It go at Draperies Curtains!

Opens.more graves that. The practice doesn't help
Place more feet on the, downward the prestige of the local organizations C

path t that sponsor such a racket FLOWERED DRAPERY
Quenches more hope and the saps that fall for the gag h MATERIAL

Raises more lObs are listed as the "suckers" and.
54 In.
Sells more virtue "taps" of that community, In the UNIFORMS Wide 1.59yd.

Tells more lies little black book that promoters 42 In. Wide '
with each other. .95 yd.
Undermines more youth FIRST QUALITY
Voids more contract Another racket that is being revived '

Wrecks< : more men -. also employs the telephoneat White Broadcloth White
Xelteej more murder its most busy period and clogs Rayon Tailored Curtains 3.95 pair
Yields more disgrace communications lines when they With
Zeroes more hopes are sorely needed for legitimate I I a4 4

than any other eaetny of purposes. A slicker telephones Detachable Buttons Ecru Cotton Curtains 2.50 pair ;
mankind." gullible business men. saying he

(Hnntlactoa Central) Christian.) has been commissioned to gather 3.95
I material and write stories about White Panel Curtains '
10 ,. 3.50 pair L
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Overall Floral Pattern 6.50


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lor .Aft
I ccaAionS FROM 38 to 52

I I In Spun Rayona Shoes Shoes '

I i Also A Beautiful Line of and Fl'.nch Crepe Shoes !

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j GLASSWARECHINA Girls & Ladies. _

, (% d .. 'I POTTERY t Slacks Pastel Shades Every Day Is Bargain Day At The

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130 ECall St. Starke, Fla.

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County Telegraph shall publish this -IN cmctrrr COURT. IIRA CIRCUIT (! tTR.... RAI>FOROCOUNTT. I:R :t
Tabernacle ; Order In next four weekly Isnues. COUNTY FLORIDA IV. d FLORIDA IN C1IAN.CKHY. .
ie ; j x > Wit... mr hand and official .
CKRT.Aram .
congregation seal at tttarke, Florida this February Andrew. Bllvey' Plaintiff.
Tabernacle I ,' U, 1944.OFFICIAL Qarlb. Plaintiff, vs. J' Roy Johnston 8U".". Defendant I IFARMER'S
heard a fine me- t ( SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs Oarlb defendant. Cave No. .e No. 4.I*
Richie of the Wm. D. Morgan Fifth Floor Clark AND NOT1CH TO APPEAR AND NOTICK TO APPEAR!
W.t. Tn.it.Gift llulldtmr I Jacksonville. Florida STATE OFFI.01UDA .. BTATH OF FLORIDA to Roy !
!m residence
Silver whose
fISSIon Atty for Plf. X-15 4t 8-8 Oarlb whose residence and .ddr.
colored Is 510 W. 190th Street, New
saW .
and I Portland Oregon.You
J of many IV CHAN ore required to appear on
pictures are required to appear
above named
2ft. 1'4. In the
Florida ('ICRY.Jam. .
frOm Maine to The UI .... Douiclas: Plaintiff, ..... MyrllDouglas. A March* Clerk 18 of, said 4ourtn: the and cause, wherein plaintiff

.. work U carried on. to y ORDER. n.f..nd.llt.OP" PUBLICATION Case No. 4414. named Court and cause, .... .. .k.. annulment Name. and Bradford restoration County of "
Is being distributed AND NOT1CM TO APPEAR plaintiff seeks divorce shall publish this Order
fGr County Telegraph shall publish next four weekly Issue
rural placerse
Order In next four weekly
other Witness hand and official
__ Douglas, whose residence and address ray
and Witness hand and official'
the is % Chester Olld. 11 N. I at atarke, Florida this Feb.
country by at Htarke, Florida this 10. 194t.
the Stlnson Avenue, Gloucester New
ut 13, 1944
Jersey SEAL) A. J. Thorns
Gift Mission. .. You to on T. Frank Laadrum Starke. Clerk of said Court. '
are required
Tuwday evenings March 18. 11MB. In the appear above (OFFICIAl. SEAL) A. J. Frank andrura, tjtarke. Florida
y and Missionary to the named Court and cause, wherein Atty. for Flf. tai 4t for Plf. 8-81 4t 1-11
flUer, plaintiff seek divorce Bradford
pIe, told of the County; Telegraph shall publish this
to bring rah Order In next four weekly Issues..
belnlC done \ 'lin''anmY;; hand ..ciottl.-I..i.. al
o the "Chosen People" at Starke, Florida, thl. February
many of them *14. 1940
anxious Since the OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas SUPPLYCORNER
arthe Gospel. An Clerk of salt Court.
are finding: their I T. Frank LAnilrum Starke. Fla. I
eople the Atty. for Flf. I-1& 4t .-8 {
all over _
.Ituatlon are turn IV! riltri'IT fOI'HT. BRADFORD 10TII & CHERRY STREETS
critical, many mi. 'is'''''. Ki.oHii.*i IN CHMKHV. !
.1I lollS of various kinds. .
religion has the Fern ThompMns. Plaintiff, vs. WI1. '
Christian Hum Floyd Thompklns, Defendant.
opportunity ever open tose w G Case No. 4411. Ballard & Ballard FeedsPRINT
chosen people to find ANn OKI>Rlt NOTICW OF> PUBLICATION TO APPIAItS'PAl'Ic0F
wish and Christ. It was _---:-.. FUHUPA to: William SACK I'
Floyd ThompkltiM whose residence
Pictured above are four of the new business building additionsto and address Is unknown. ,
evening. March 12. You are required to appear on
y Starke. !VOTICK TO (.n. IIITOI'"*
March 1146. In the above
, Sparks of the Oriental Upper left Is the new building at Jefferson and Court Streets. All persons. buying claims or, d., I named Court and cause, wherein Sow & Pig Ration -I 4.10 per bag It'I
Society will be the mmndr against the estate of John plaintiff socks divorce Bradford
ry recently completed for Carl Rltch, plumber. Although scarcity of !M. tVymour, deceased, ore hrrvhynotified County Telegraph shall publish this '
aker and required to file their I
Order In next four weekly Issues.
facts. materials has handicapped Mr. Bitch, he now has some Crane fix- I claims In the office of the County Witness my hand and official. nsalnt
missionaries bring tures on display jJndlte i of Bradford County. Florida tttnrhe' .Florida this February Scratch Feed . 4.25 per bag ;I
id inspiration much need. In the L'ourthouse at Stare FlorIda 13.IfR.! !
, people and not only Upper right Is Darby Brothers' new building on West Call Street. within eight calendar months the from the date of the first publication
said Court.
As Clark of
Interesting to the adults adjoining their grocery. In the new addition the Darby's are present- of this notice, cir the, same will Frark I-undrum, Starke, Fla.
hildren gather much first ing a line of hardware, sporting goods, and electric appliances, become l February void 8, 1846.rtceordlnu to law. This 11' for Plf. 2-1& 4t 8-8 Starting Mash - 4.75 per bagBroiler I'

ormation regarding the Lower left is the freezer locker and cold storage plant con- John I... Seymour IN CIRCUIT COt'RT. RILADFOIII ,

untrles and peoples.FTHIMIS structed by H. A. Lawson on Washington St. Inability to obtain Administrator of the estate, of ('O"N"t.y.'.. FL.OHI11AI IN CHAN. 1
John M. Seymour, d"N'a.I.IU ( :n\
cork Insulation will delay the completion of the freezer lockers for : 4t 8-8 Bessie Smith, Plaintiff vs. Ivey Mash 4.75 per bag
Smith Itefondant. ('a. No. 8419.
several months. The front of this building Is occupied by a grocery ORDER; OF PUBLICATION

our friends who showed and a market. iv! CIRCUIT' FLU Colic I"".'.UHAiiiroitnCOI'NTV. IV! IHANtKiir. STATE ANI> NOTION OF FLORIDA' TO APPEAR to!: Ivsy

kindness and conslderai Lower right Is the handsome new filling station now occupiedby Smith whose residence lit unknown. 20 p. c. Insured Dairy Feed 3.80 per bag 1
Arthur Peterson, Plaintiff, vn. Rita You are required. to appear on '
through the loss of our Adolph Gay at the corner of Madison and Court Streets. This Peterson, Defendant. Case No. March 14. 194ft. In the above .
loved wife and mother.orman picture was taken several weeks before Its completion.Theressa 4410. named Court and cause, wherein -- I

and for the beau- ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEARSTATId County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce shall publish Bradford. this JUST RECEIVED

ers, we offer our heart- OP FLORIDA to: Rita Order In next four weekly Issues.
. .
God will e daughter visited Mr. Kelst>y's parents Peterson, whose residence and ad* Witness my hand and official seal
Its and hope Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kelseya circus Is 4337 103.d Street, Flushing, at Htarke. Florida this FebruaryI3. Complete Line Carriage BoltsLET'S
h and every one. New York.. 194.
few days last week. You are required to appear on OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas,
. N. Norman and family. of March 14. 1948. In the above AH Clerk of said Court.
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Sibley
By Irene Cochrane named Court and cause wherein H. o. llrown Starke, Florida
DeLand and Mrs. Edna Deason of plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford Atty. for IMf. 1-la 4t 8-8 i
e . . t
Lakeland _are__ aoendinir a- -few days .1
ESSARD L. B. M. Veale of Cincinnati Ohio with their son-rn..o and family iir.dMrs. ;: ,

was visiting relatives Mr. and E. S. Sibley. i iI'

ILLANDITED Mrs. J. C. Cochrane and family Mrs. S. R. Swindell and Mrs. '

Wednesday.Mr. A. H. Kelsey were shopping in I

and Mrs. G. W. Ezell and Starke Saturday.Mrs. .

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Tomlinson and .. Sidney W. Griffis and son. '

daughter Wanda of Jacksonville Miss Mildred Frith of Lake Geneva <: ..n. *

K spent the weekend with their par and W. IThlrpen of Starke were I I II

ents Mr and Mrs. R. M. Hersey. Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. !

Miss Ruth Sibley spent Friday Jimmie Swindell.

) and Saturday with Miss Martha S-Sgt. Ernest Truest was die i..

Home i in Hampton.; charged from Camp Gordon, Ga.,
Miss! Patsy' Hall of Gainesville Saturday after serving in the TAKE STOCK

W. spent the weekend with her cousin army for three years with 18 -.

Miss Grace ZMcklnson.! months of that time overseas.

Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Zebedee Mrs. Qlyde Hersey returned to f'kr' e: 1.C

and.son, of_Starke, were visiting her home here Thursday from : : n- "

:Mrs. J. P, Dickinson and Mrs. W. Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville :
Miss Irene Cochrane spent Saturday
D. Garrett FridAy I NOW i
y Truman Dickinson, Bobby Hall with Mrs. S. H. Dodd of

f and W. D. Garrett made a business Midlakea. ,

Yom. trip to Daytona Beach Wed. Don't forget to attend prayer

meeting Wednesday night at the .. ..
nesday. ., V\\ .-- \
Christian Church and Christian /
Adkins and friend. !
Shepherd C
night. BTU
Endeavor on Sunday
Mr. Campbell of Jacksonville spent.
Is held at the Baptist Church each
the week-end with Mr. Adkins'sdster
Sunday evening. Everyone la wel I

STATESIRATE R.. ),(-, Hersey.R. and family. Mr. and Mrs. I come. Enrybody want goods;: ceilings limit production good.

Zeigler and family of dolt made.GOVERNMENT. i
.- 0. with I ciniBcn or CHRIST "Manufacturer want to'make them just get
Gainesville spent Sunday
W. Herron Minister announcesthe
DA and tb. NaboeIs their father, J. J. Zeigler and sister following service at the for you. SPENDING

th. United Stoles.chOutttoediaeSenk.j Mrs. J. D. Griffis. Church of Christ In Starke for
. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Adkins of next Lord's Day. Bible. Study la Yet month after the war'* end, you Continued huge government spending

Can a3 WortWoW Raiford spent the weekend with held at 10 a. m. Preaching and of the .
as State Scrota 1 Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hersey. communion service la held at 11 till find it difficult to get many mean continued high taxes. High i

Mr. and Mrs Frank Kelsey and a. en. and 7 p. m. The morning things you want and should haY taxes discourage production, hinder i

service win be "Salva
tion By The Blood" and the evenIng So, isnl this the time for all of as to the creation of jobs, and leave 701.

ARL'S GARAGE0ae'tlaf Not topic Satisfied.will"be The"Man plea Bleat of But the 1 take stock to learn a lesson to less to spend. ,,'

of Christ today to "Back : will the j
church I find out, if we can, what cure
To The Bible." I ISN'T THIS THE WATT ,., f
Mile South of Starke on Bond IS I troubles we are having and prevent

LEROY OI4VE JK. The people, through Congress, can
All Kinds of Auto Work BEClCIVESDISCDARGE their recurrence?
remove these roadblock In the long.Let' .
OUve 3r., was recently
Pvt. LeRoy .
ALL WORK USED Wrecker ServiceAUTO discharged at Fort McPher- look ahead and agree on a range interest of all..:

AIt.\.vrEID: PASTS DAY OR NIGHT Ga., after 23 months of ser the full
son that will insure pro
vice aa a truck driver and B24 program By establishing a labor policy that

gunner with the 248 AAF BU and duction everybody agrees is the real will treat labor and management
BUY SELL and TRADE USED'CARS 93 Bomb Group. During his service
he received the Emergency answer to moat of our problems. exactly alike, and above all be fair to

Parachute Before entering Jump award.the Army he Suppose we begin by taking a Good the publics '

was employed as salesman for : the shackle of "
the Starke Coca Cola Bottling Co., k.ltbreeroadbloo1utoproeperiI1'" Dy removing ,price

control on manufactured good,

c0U'JTYTFLOII! DA. ur CHAW. Dy cutting down on government

8telEIcmiUrd Irish Plaintiff, w. Whatever their, justice or Injustice, pending now and balancing. ., ..' ,.. .
.. Defendant
Richard Joseph .rt. ,
SHRIMP- C"".ORDER N0. 4401.or pUBLICATION strikes paralyze production force Federal budget by the 1947 .....yea

SEA OYSTERSBREAM' STATE! AND NOTICE or FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: R. 3. people to use up their saving and at a level of Income and ouago that
Irl.h CII( I-I. U. 8. N. A. P. P.

RED BASS SHEEPSHEAD ,.. Brno. California Tbomp.e to appear San o" result lossea that never be made taxpayer can ....41. ; :

ALSO March'You U.ar.,.requlroe... tn the ...... names .P- Do 70* believe thi. program I. in
wherein ,
Fred Dressed & Drawn Poultry Court_II. and divorce.cause.nd BradfordT.leVraph rtoratlon eoont".i FBICZ CEILINGS the public Interest

SSlI ". thi. Order

MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET .: nit.four"' my weekly hand l-uj*"d" offtelalseal Full production Isn't possible when Your Representative) in' Congre

at Starke Florida this Fsb- Industry suffers lossea because of riaare the only one that can put it bateeffect.
STREET PLA. ra." 12. "f'
(COFrlCIAL Tell them feel about It.
Price howy'o.a
A. CJuk of acid Court. Lug costs and frozen prices.
8Id .
JH.. Dune.n. 611 lynCh <<
J.k.on vII I... Florida.AUy. .

iet U..i 5end 1fcu t1tfple.Jof .for Y.T1LfIRlDASI Pit.. I-II CHAN-tt II'Y

(: '!!/

this Clean, Family Newspaper ('EIt Alb.Y.Ludwig .Alb.r... Defendant. Plaintiff v.Ca.. ICath.tine NO.'U20RDER .. NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MANUFACTURERS ,


:',. fra crime mad j lonal news Free faces pOLlda1s BTATK AND Albers NOTICE OF whose FLORIDA TO residence to: Kath and 1

aboqlID !Qed.i lot****" control /. free to tell yoa ..rtn.......... I. I' Johanna fltr.et. Pact
* MI bria .*...... Its awn world-wid staff of con** Nauheim O..rm.nr. to appear on FOR A BETTER TOMORROW FOB EVERYBODYBJUDFOBD
tOIl ud ... WIIIIiq to )'011cLp You .r. required
J'OQr' .._: IMWI In
&cia -.e sued with a.oiqae Idf-Wp flutes M.A.eh Court land eau_ .
.:: n.m.d
Red ;.: _k. B.....ford
--- _Mp ,.P'ihall.publl.h thl
--NMM+ TeleE'' .
del a.a..eirra.r.Y Ifr+.Ir.1 as.14 oils- Order In next hand four and weekly otflt'I.1. tsm.a.al "
.. 0., T"S--.,, wltnee mY F.brualy
.... Stark. "
-.........._._..._....... MesOer, at 11, ,
... A. 1. Thomas !.Iii
.. ) :
--.......-.-..-..... ce.I a eerw.ra I (OFFIC1IAL of SEAL Bald Court .
-?- ... D'--. ... ... I e. A. Clerk ... St..:. .....
..._.......f-!!....... ", I T forkPlf.ndru. 1-11 41 1.1
__ rba t_I Atty. .

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... IlBADJI"OIUJ ,vlvrN-'rw' '''l'E .BaILUll.' 1I'.u&ar'P'LOIUDA,; -_ _ _ __ _
3, IBis
Burr.I1. -Defendant Caae NO. 4405. residence. and addreis Is: 10 Benta port of minor child. Bradford seal at Starke, Florida. this Feb IN CIRCUIT OUflT. BRADFORD April J, 1546
HS&Ic Story Hour ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Drive, Sheffield Yorkshire England. County Telegraph shall publish this ruary 10. 1940.OFFICIAL COUNTY. FLORIDA IN NOTICE! TO APPEAR You are required to appear on Order. In next four weekly Issues. ( HEAL) A. J. Thomas CERY. seek dlvor"caUlOe. "h.r.Jn '
I March 25. 1946, In the above nam- Witness my land and official seal As1 Clerk of said Court.T. Bonnie Thlg-pen Rldgeway, Plain B '..1/.1T.I..raph
A_.ct. i baa been organizedoft..7 STATE whoHS OB FLORIDA to: Rout IdlaHurr..lI. ed Court and cause wherein plain- at St rke, Florida this February' Frank Landrum. Starke. Florida, tiff vs. William Edward Rldgeway, In next Shall PUbllh radlori Co,

afternoon Com- No. I, .Campabello residence, Mouth: Carolina.is tiff seeks dlvorc. Bradford County lL l11L I AU)'. for Plf. 3-22 4t 8-16 Defendant. Case No. 4424. Witness four my Weekly I IM.U.liii..
r BIIIIft School which will :| Telegraph shall! publish I this OrderIn (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas I ORDER OF PUBLICATION at titarke, hand 1nd blllr
You are required to appear on ; BRADFORD Fluria !
next four weekly Issues.Witness An Clerk of said Court.T. IV! CIRCUIT COURT. AND NOTICE TO Ihll II
...... at ::ra each week at the' March 14. 1846. in the above my hand and official seal Frank Landrum. Stark., Fla. COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHAN: STATE OF FLORIDA APPEAR to: William 28.(OFFICIAL 191'1. r,
feme.r Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Grif-I" nan.plaintiff'" Court weeks and divorce.cause Bradford wherein :, at Stark, Florida, this February Atty. for Pit {.It 4t 3-8 LllUam CERY.Baptist McClelland. Plain- Edward Rldgeway, whose residenceand a Clerk or SEAl.said 1\ J tb.
20, 11146. address la No. 9 'Jr'
fiII.. Item ww e 93 present this County Telegraph Khali publish thl.Or..r tiff, vs. Ernest V. McClelland. Defendant. Madden Drive Zach H. Dougla5
SEAL A. J. Thomas IN CIRCUIT COURT! BRADFORD Dorchester Terrace
In four Issues. (OFFICIAL ) : Navy Yard Atty. for PIf o1a1nolVIU,
-'rat the J:3O class in theooC" r Witness next my hand and weekly official neat As. Clerk of said Court>> COUNTY FJLOHIUAl IV:
.,.1 L Recreation Building and At Htarke, Florida this February T. Frank Landrum Sturke 2-22 Florida 4t 3-15 Mary O'BYten. .Ten. Eypk Plaintiff ORDER-NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR You are required to appear on SN: .RCt..T (.Ot liT,
Atty. for Plf. March 25, 1048 In the above COuiuTy hRbP'Q
at Che aewlj organized one. 13. 1916. vs. Carlton A. Ten Erck. Defendant. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ernest. ed Court and nam "EIIY. F..Oftli.\1 l,
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomaj.An IN CIHCI IT ('OI.RT BR IDFORU Case No. 4427.ORDER I V. McClelland whose residence I.: tiff seeks cause, wherein plain '.
... W. X Church well and her divorce and Robert
Clerk of said Court. restoration F.
('01 %TY. FLOHIUtl IV 1 CI1ANCKHV : : OF PUBLICATION D-U.8-FARTZ. Fort Sill Oklahoma. of Maiden EUbank
.-.a:. will go to the GrjfflaUM If. O. Brown, Stark: Florida AND NOTICE TO APPEAR You are required to appear on Telegraph Name. Bradford County VirgInia R. EUbl1"k.I'lalnllll

.... __ schoolhouse each Atty. for Pit. 2-JJ 4t 3-8 George F, Rhinhart. Jr.. Plaintiff STATE OF FLORIDA to: Carlton March 25. 111441. In the above In next four shall weekly publish letwes.Witness this. Order Case No. 4441.ORDIfl lIer.,
-- vs. Lots 5!. Rhlnehart, n"f..ndant.1 A. Ten Eyck, whose residence and named Court and cause, wherein OF
I __ .. '-ell a class for children IN: CIRCUIT COI'MT BRADFORD Cane No. 4401.OKDER address Is: ISO Prospect Park West plaintiff seek divorce. Bradford' at my hand and official seal AND NOTIC":1'1'BLII.'ATIO_
.a Stn* vidBdtjr: of town who are rOfMTV, FI.UHIUAI .IN CHAN.CERV. OF PUBLICATION I Brooklyn New York. County Telegraph shall publish this 20 Stance 19 Florida this February STATE OF Fl.onlOA AI'I'EA R
I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR You are required to appear on I Order In next four weekly Issues. 1ft. Eubank", Who. toB. VI '
-*...... in enae to the Methodist John 8. Blank, SrI!. Plaintiff v.... STATE OF FLORIDA to: Lois M. March 13. 1946. In the above named I Witness my hand and official (OFFICIAL SEAL) .A, 3. Thomas Fulton Street, r .ldon.,;:
....,- ; Pauline Elisabeth Wilkinson Blank: Rhlnehart, 326 Third Street. New Court and cause, wherein plaintiff seal at Htarke. Florida this Feb As Clerk of said Court. chu..U. II.,
Defendant.. Cane No. 4429. Cumberland Ps. C. seek divorce and restoration of ruary 14 1848 > T. Frank Landrum. Stark.. Florida You are
_5V COUNT., ORDER t>F PUBLICATIONAND You are required to appear on Maiden Name: Bradford County (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Atty. for P1R 2-22 4t 3.15 April 1. 111411 r..qulred0, In ap ,",
_........ .ruoHiiiAi .R"UI"ORU/! / NOTICE ...-r. STATK OF FLORIDA to: Pauline Court and cause., wherein plaintiff next four weekly. issues. Zach H. Douglas, Ualnesvtlle, Fla. IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD seek. divorce. B.Whor.ln PI",
__ -u.fl. Plaintiff ElIzabeth Wilkinson Blank, whose seeks divorce and custody and sup Witness my' band and official Atty. for Pit. X-22 4t 315There's COUMTY! FLORIDA IN 'CHAN Telegraph shall P\lhllh,adlord C..
CBHY.Uordon In next four Ihll
} IIO'u..
-- --
-- McDonald Witness
Plaintiff vs. m" hand tn,1
Mary Lilly McDonald, Defendant. at Starke Florida "Iflrlll
Case :Ho. 4430.ORDER' 25. 1948. this rob"

J .
AND A. Clerk of ,' Tb
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mary ZaC'h H. Douglas, Oaln.vlII.
S Lilly McDonald whose residence Is AUT. for 1'lf. .: 4i
,1 .29 First Street Poe Mill Oreen- _._ I
'vllle, South Carolina. -

aH You are required to appear on IN C.Rrl'IT (OI Itr, lib tSp
J March 2ft. 1946. In the above COLNTY. FLUltlll\, n (8
named Court and CElit.IAltian ,
cause wherein ,
C plaintiff seeks. Brewing-ton. \ .
divorce, Bradford I \ < a Ih.".
.... T County Telegraph shall publish this Plaintiff, vs. Jesuit P Wniih' "
1 Ordor In next four weekly Issues. Defendant Case N< 4H7
Witness my hand and official ORDER OK rrnucATIO
i seal at Starke. Florida' this February AND NOT I f'I': Tt, ,\I'I'EAR '
( P. Wentherfonl, w h "r"ld,
A. .J. Thomas and
la;; Society
As Clerk of said Court.. Carolina. Kill :110

R. If Duncan_ 517 Lynch BMflr You are required "n
Jacksonville. Florida. Atty. (or Plf April I, 1946. In th. .tun"Ll
2-22 4t 3-15 I Court and cause, wh 'Ir.. nlnnl
no place seeks divorce and
: iv: rittrirr Ccsi
<<::Fny. I IN: ('IIAN' Telegraph In next four shall weekly pulilnt Imuei.this (i..

t f Keith R. Klstler Plaintiff, vs.: Sue Witness my hand and orn 1.1
.p- Ann Wilson Killtler,- Defendant. seat at Starke
: Case No. 4423.ORDER ruary 26. 1046.OFFICIAL. toll I'

AND NOTICE TO -APPEAR A. Clerk of said Cuurt 1
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Sue T. Frank Landrum, Htarke Plot/
Home Ann Wilson I Klstler. whose resi Atty.. for Pit. 3-i 411
dence __
like and address Ueneral "
Delivery Norll
You are Asheville, Carolina. IN: <.RC..T<:: (OiflT HR\opn_
required to appear on COLNT1.; FLOHII ,
ed March 25, 1948. In the above nam ".:R.... | iu (m|

j Court seeks and divorce.cause, wherein 'plaintiff Joseph F. Hoffman, Plaintiff, -
Telegraph Bradford County arah: F. Hoffman Defendanl. CJ
In publish this Order No. 4445. \
next four
weekly Issues. '
my hand and official
at Stark.
Florida this February STATE OF FLORIDA to Sara]
20. 1946..
Hoffman, whose rexldvnve I li :
(OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas Webster Avenue East. Hoxelll 1 PI
As Clerk of said Court. New Jersey.

... '. ;' ; : T. Frank Landrum Stark., Florida You are required t tu appear I
:, t1 ini1JiijAr Atty. for Plf. 2.23.4t. 3-15 April I, 1946. In the hove niM
Court and cause herein plait
___ IN: CIRCUIT COUNTY. FLORIDA IN rJifo <<:: In next four weekly I,,HUP..
Edmund Frederick I Witness my hand and official*
I '/ :". Plaintiff, vs. Elsie Mae Bouffard at Starke Florida' thin Febn
Defendant. Case No. 4426 28. 1946.
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR As Clerk of said Court 1
STATM OF FLORIDA to: Elsie. Zach H. Douglas, Uilnesvll! rl
,.. "- .Mae,. _.._.Bouffard. whose residence and Atty.. for Plf. S-l It I IIN
u. 'c .. unKnown. -

you are required to C.RCI'.T COt leT IIIl.IDFCO
appear on
March 25. 1946 In the above I'% 'Y. FLOKlUls IX COO
named Court and tEstY.ulen. .
cause wherein
IF plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford J Momma Mar CUD, Plaint
County! Telegraph shall. publish v.. Claude L. Marcus, Defend'
this Order In neat four weekly 1ssuetf. Case No. 4439.ORDER .
Witness my hand and official AND NOTICB TO APPEAR
.. seal at .
Stark. Florida, this Feb STATE'OF FLORIDA to: Clau

.. ...;..! J .J ruary(OFFICIAL 20. 1946. L. Marcus, whose residence arid idress
SEAL) Is Unknown.You
.". ''" R.urd' Aa Clerk of said Court. J. Thomas are required to _
..., .i 'k. -- appear i
T. Frank
.. csI Landrum, Stark., Florida April I, 1946, In the above air
Atty, for
Pit. 3:22 4t 3-15 Court and cause, wherein plalmf
: : seeks divorce and rentoratloa f
...,.... IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD maiden name. Bradford Counj
.' COBNT.Y.: .FLORIDA ,IN I In next tour weekly Uauea
Vera Lola Carter Wadford Plain Witness my hand and offltll
tiff, "'.. Thomas Edward Wadford. seal at Starve, Florida this P.
Defendant. Case No. 4406. ruary 36. 1946.OFFICIAL .
is Main Street U.S.A.! America! 1946! That same down-to-earth friendly counsel and helping hand : AND NOTICE TO APPEAR As Clerk of said Court
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Thomas T. Frank Landrum: Htarke: Plod
: in that and human touch which Edward Wadford whose residence A tty. for.' Plf. 3.1 It I I.{
,i; Typical scene every village or town at every crossroad warm helped him through and addresa la Unknown.

in these United States. He's back! Home again! Home, after his darkest days and months .will stay with him in 1946 March named You are Court 18, required 1946 to In appear the .above on IN: COUNTY.; CIRCUIT FLORID COURT, BBADF M Call

and CKRY.Motelle .
cause wherein
months of l and for he needs it. / plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Graham Plaintiff... J JE. Jom
long, lonely separation. as long as / you help.To County Telegraph shall publish this am. Defendant. Case .
Order In .4.ra
next four 4
Father son brother. whoever he is this is thelongawaited Witness my hand and weekly official issues seal ORDER OF PUBLICATION
whom can he turn for the advice he may sorely 1 need?. "' at Starke. Florida, this February AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
day the day we all wondered "would 1944. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ja
OFFICIAL SEAL) E. Uraham whose residence liknown. >
A. 3.
For assistance Thomas- ,
an filing his claim? The Red Cross has his Aa Clerk of said Court. I .

keTer come? T. Frank Landrum, Stark., Fla. You are required to spp'ar
answers. Where can he get the ready cash he may need to Atty. for Pit 3-15 4t April 1, 1946. In the above raw
Aad if there IS' a "let-down feeling" after the aruda.1oy.; 3:3 Court and cause, wherein pl.lnU Cwf' ''l'

tide him over until his benefits stan'to come through? The IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford this OrtiIn

atop and think how he's feeling.? Sure he's glad to be home.: local Red Cross-'your Red Cross.There's Jean Hughes, Witness my hand and oln'
Wasn't that one of the things he was fighting for? But the ander ..1. Hughes Plaintiff,, Defendant".. Alex.Case seal at Starke. Florida, Vile Vtuary
No. 442*. r c'l''sEAL ,

future what about that? a Chapter in every community. Through it you caa ORDER AND! NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO Aa(OF Clerk of said )Court.A. J. Tho
STATE S. C. Durrance, Law
Remember your Red Cross was.with. him on Leyte give him a strong shoulder to lean on a steady hand to ander J. Hughes FLORIDA, whose to residence: Alex Building. JacksonTllle f'rl.dAsiAtty. 3.1';
and address for Pit
Is %, lies. John Moo...
I .
t at I wo-Jima, in Anzio or was it Normandy? Wherever guide him For it is your contribution that keeps the Red Cross ,: '. .. New 630 You W.T rk.135th Street New .York.. IN CIRCUIT. FLORIUAl'nT, flR'1000COUNTY ItJtobfrt eH.\

be was, the Red Cross was at his side when he needed it most. at his side. Remember, you are the Red Cross Give Now! March 26 are. 146 required, In the to above appear named on ""'D. Plaintiff.
Court Bptlng. J
cause, wherein .
leeks divorce. Bradford plaintiff Essie O. Eptlnr, Defendant.
Telegraph shall County N .
In neat four weekly !:n OF
Wltnens my hand and official STATE OF FLORIDA to: *'
seal at Starke, Florida, this Feb O. Eptlnr. whose residence i IsO|

ruary( : :. JI.AL: k now n.Tou.
) A. J. Thomas I are required to .ppOir
Aa Clerk of said Court. April 1. 114<. In the above MSCourt "
T. Frank Landru.... Starke, Florida and cause wherein" planteeks "
Atty. for r t
3-31 4t I.U s divorce. Bradford Cost

IN CIRCUIT - In next four weekly
COUNTY. FLORIDA IN: : i, hand and 0fftt'
VE/ : this
; Red Cross Delphi W. seal at Starke Florida,

YOUR dant.vs. ORDBR Russell Casa.. 1.Quakenbush No... Quakenbush 4444. Plaintiff. Defen, ,,, Aa r(OFFICIAL. Clerk:? S3. of 1946 SEAL said )Court.A J. ,Tho''"

OF hi'
PUBLICATION 1. O. Durrance Law EeC .
j ,. AND NOTICE -TO APPEAR Bulldlnr. Jacksonville Florida' '
L. Quakenbush.. OF FLORIDA. to: Russell I 'Atty. for Plf. M 4tllIN

MUST CARRY ON unknown.You are. required to residence tt CIRCUIT '-:;;; ', IIR.\D.'O

j I April 1, 1946, In the above app..r'on named! i COUNTY, FLORIDAlMaVYoWerry. i' C81.;
: Court and <<::
cause, wherein *1
i plaintiff ]t
seeks divorce. Bradford Plaintiff :
Telegraph shall publish this County Order Perry Defendant. Case Mi/ITl:
In next four weekly issues ORDBR OF PUBLICApE'R
Wltaesa my band and official AND -NOTICB!:
at sea I FLORIDA to: Jlo
Stark. Florida STATE OF
t -- -- .__ _. _- --. J. _. .. 3*, 1944. February P.rryltwbo..* residence and I add"
(OFFICIAL<<:: SEAL) A J. ; .
As Clerk of said Court. Thomas, You are required to apel'
Zach H, Deuglas. OslnssylU. 'April 1. 1944, In ,the abonl H:1
Fla. .
Atty. for Pit. Court and cause, '

H. C. WALL 'AGENCYCOCA FLORIDA BANK STARKE IN CIRCUIT COUNT.-; S-I 4t 3-31 seeks divorce.shall publish BradfordTelegraph tnltla CO.I'<)fd

at IN
I :
MEMBER L Lola Virginia Forb.. seal at Stark. Florida till
F. D. C. James L. Plaintiff y.. rusty 37, _
Forbes, Defendant l.tAL M
Case A.
No. 4443. ( I )
ORDER OF' A. Clerk of said Court.>> etM
STATE OF FLORIDA to Atty. for Plf. I
: James
ALVAREZ L. -- --
STORE Forbes
whose : D'O'
residence Is B R
o known. un IN: CIRCUIT cot:RT. (ill
You are required COUMTY.; FLOHIDAItiff.
April I, 1(46. In the above appear on Cgy' lc'hto" pW'
named Vifend.tfer
Court" Doris P'
ROBBINS"I seeks divorce. wherein plaintiff vs. William s. VIf.ndrter

.* LDAHMER'S NEW METHOD CLEANERS Telegraph In Witness next four any shall weekly hand publish Bradford and Issues.this County Order: fendant.AND E.faFN'OpJ NOTICE TO' 1i?AFP('A TrOS II''

official seal I to
at Starke. Florida STATE 0? FLORIDA -.j
SS, 144.OFFICIAL. this February. : 3. Dlfenderfer. whose residentaddress '.'

s A.( SEAL) A.I J\ Thorns>> .. -orWilliam Is Deanedale.a D".p.nniY ndr t H GIFT SHOP Clerk of said Court. pooO.n.ral
Zach H. Hospital. APO 1I5T I
Douglas. 1& a
KOCH DRUG STORE Atty. for Pit Gainesville Pie. master New York. N.'" '.'
3-1 4t 3-33 You are required to a'|> n>I
IN CIRCUIT 'COURT. April 1. 1946. In the above II.fl
_. CBHY.
CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE Mary Jan Trombley, plaintiff vs. Telegraph Maiden Name.shall. publishito Bradford thli 4.0"

J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS Case Albert Mo.Jamen 4442.ORIER Trombley/-Defendant.. next four weeklr Issues.and 0,

OF Witness my; hand ,. rul
NOTICE PUBLICATION'AND TO seal at- Stark_. Florida, tlt>
APPEAR rnnt-v 17, 1945OFFICIAL '
STATK OF Tholllt'
tot Albert J.
James) Trorabley. ( $EAL) A.
la unknown. .whose .residence As Clerk of said cc>>urt. rif-M
You T. Frank Landrum stark.1 .dO:
are required
to appear on Alt?. for Pit. I