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 15, 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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Official County Publication Established In 1877 .

E 1946 .

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Bureaurses i, Candidates Must Two Departments

Move. rr, syi; i ,Qualify By At:Camp Remain

(Hospital YJi Noon March 22A. 'Til April 22The

n Arnold southeastern di- J. Thomas, (clerk of ho Induction station and the
| the American FarmTMd u-L circuit court, announriMl >
well-known agrlcul- S -. torday that a new Interpretation Handing( will continue to function -
Lakpr, addressed. a largef of the law from official until 22
.' April according to
f farmers at a meeting ofIford *,. i In Tall'ihiiNHrd' places the. an anouncomont Tuesday by Col.
Farm Bureau In the wh deadline! for qualifying county Charles S. K11 burn
"., post commander :
_., } candidates at 12 noon Frlli 1
( < March 2'!, rather than
| .. y
-. I It In believed that a personnelof
\' ;:"fi,,__ ,." Mann nounrtvl.I'roftpccthft.23, as previously un- Approximately 1800 enlistedmen 1

and officers and from 300
: r
; 'foii candltlatrn are.urged to BOO( civilian workers will be
I Poles From Bradford In mind to bear th<' new date' stationed at the camp during that

T Ite County fying fee'and. before pity their noon quail.on icrlod. These figures, however,
were given as variable and subject -
March 23 If they expect'' trim to change, by virtue of the
To MinesA for office.Hospital .
Repair Belgium
changing status of military personnel -
and the consequent effecton
Costs needs of the
new use for improvement cuttings from Bradford camp.
And Plans DiscussedAt Tile date for the Induction cen
famed pine forests is developing in the shipment
ter's movement the Welch hospital
to -
j peeled poles to Belgium for use as props in mines that I"i. tr. r I i ii Rotary Club at Daytona Beach, had been

[ damaged by the German invaders. i.." originally scheduled for March
fe Making use of poles from 6 to 10 feet long and with Further discussion of a hospitalfor 17 and 18.

: diameters of from 3 to 8 inches, this new enterprise is Bradford County was carriud The officer's screening board,

f headed up locally by N. B. Blocker, who is supervising ,on Wednesday at the Rotary when C.Club R. luncheon Rlchhel- which examines approximately

: in the Jacksonville 500 officers each
area. week for the
mer, civil engineer with the firm
[m It.is stated that t poles. bring from 22c each for ones '''' of Reynolds, Smith" Hills, Jack- regular army, had expected trans..

long wan 4 men tops,. sonville firm of engineers and fer to Daytona Beach. It is now

67 1-2c each for poles 10 architects, spoke to the group, believed) that the board's work
_J ,, I long; with 7 inch di I Legion Members "" discussing estimated costs and will be completed by April 20.

((3 : at top. On a cordage Hear Discussion ,., ." ... .. : plans of a plant suited to the

Iv this would mean a re I Of Vet Job Program 'j '.' ., needs of this community, Five ExServicemenAre

of from $20 to $30 per f ...,. ., Mr. Relchhelmer, whose firm ReEmployedAt

Approximately 25 exservicemenheard was recently employed by the
Coca-Cola PlantFive
In Mr. Blocker stated that this C. Wallace Lott, of Gainesville Bradford County Board ofCoiluty

should prove very prof first vice commander of Post Commissioner,, to make tentative ex-servicemen who
ly, ( to landowners who want to 1$, American Legion, at a meet- Above at left: Peeled pine point louilrd In st freight car ready were
out their stand of pine. He Ing of the local post Tuesday to start their long journey to Belgium mine At right: John Earl plans and estimates, stated thata tling the Company Starke before Coca-Cola the Bot-

one instance where night. Langley, Lawtey youth, shows a sample of this new Umber product. minimum sized plant was Indicated have been reemployed by war the

cars of poles were obtained Lott who is connected, with the (Photos by T. II. Ottborne). for this community In plant, according to an announcement -
-- -
Jy thinning operations on eight U. S. Employment Service, spoke -- ---.-- view of largo hospitals located in this week by Manager Fred
of pine land belonging to to' the group on opportunities afforded cities within a radius of 50 milesof
H.HI11 at Lawtey. A carload I veterans under the G. I. tarke. 'The tentative plan Guy.They
Red Cross Drive Surplus Sale are Davis Gassett, Earl
poles has a value of around ; Bill of Rights. Special stress was now being worked on would pro- George: and Edward Lawson.
It was said. laid on the "Job program", where- vide beds for 23 patients at "nor

| ; I Blocker stated that the by a, man learns a trade while Behind Schedule Set For mal capacity" or 35 patients If salesmen Coulllette;, Cecil cooler Leach maintenance and Wesley
: Blanding
I government Is highly employed, receiving pay both necessary to crowd under abnormal men.
with the quality of ''pine I from, the government and em- conditions.'
: was Other recent ,changes in
t obtained here and It is ex I ployer. A local example cited E, J.,Dahm, Red, Cross Fund ,A variety of ,Items ranging The speaker stated that legtslattou'providing personnel
I << : :! that the present order will I in the position held by" J. R. Campaign chairman, stated yesterday ft-om pop .corn machine* to Federal aid for I JDeluded.-.' appointment'of e
V doubled in the near future. i Mott. of Broofcer: :with*th* J. P. that reports are slow com- musical Instruments' will be 'placed hospitals In communities such as Ted Simmons, of ''stmrke, a.wforema

t boat loads have already been Roberts Motor Agency. YoungMott ing in and he urges',all solicitors on sale March 18 at the Camp Starke had already passed the ", replacing MOMFreyer*

from the port at Jack- was stated to be learning In the business district of Starketo Blanding Exchange,, Warehouse, U. S Senate I,and would soon be muth, who had been transferredto

Shipments are also be the trade of first-class mechanic, complete their efforts by noon according to announcement by; presented to the House of Rep- the plant at Ocala. Gilbert
made from Mobile, Savannah, while receiving pay in accordancewith Saturday March 18. The only Major William S. Lupo exchange resentatives. lie suggested that
e Charleston. his present abilities from the reports turned In from the business officer. Interested parties here write to Newcomb, former sale, manager,

[ the present time yards for agency, and additional G. I. com- section to date are fromJ. Government tax-supported agencies their Congressmen urging support Is continuing In this capacity at

ry' the poles are in operation pensation from the government. C. Hoover, W, T. Clute, W. J. and veterans will be eligibleto of this leglsla ion. Green Cove Springs. J. p. Sul-

I Lawtey and Maxvllle, and one The speaker described the forms Churchwell, L. A. Davis, and Mrs. make the purchases. It was State Senator Charley B. Johns' livan, previously truck checker, is
I \ be established at Starke if and procedure necessary for applicants Nat Sternberg, chairman of the stated that each veteran buyer was also a guest of the Club at succeeding Mrs Renate Corrigan,
I1 number of Umber op who would take advant- employees group. will certify' that the articles are this meeting and pledged his office worker and cashier who recently -

become Interested In the age of this and other' provisionsof To date only $1300 has been for his own use, or his business, wholehearted support in the effortto moved to New York State

uI 1 Mr. Blocker stated. the bill. collected on the county's $8300 and not for resale. It will be obtain a hospital for Bradford when her husband secured his
It was announced that from army discharge.
necessary for such purchasers to County.
quota, with following large
Lost Weekend" time to time other speakers would contributions listed: Dr. M. B. present their honorable discharge During the period of the greatest -

I address the local post on subjects Herlong $100; Southern Bell Tele- certificates, ,or facsimile. St. Mark'sThe activity at Blanding there was
Florida Theatre pertaining to the rights and problems a minimum of 75 .
e phone Co. $100; Florida Bank at The sale has been authorized workers, as contrasted
0 f'"t Days Next Week of veterans. All former Starke $73; Robbins' Store $50: ; for the disposal of surplus", sup- Rev George Moyer Alex- with the total of eight
servicemen, whether members of Dahmer's Gift Shop $50; D. E. plies and miscellaneous items ander, Rector of the Church of who were employed before the

JM Lost Weekend", the film the Legion or not, are invited to Knight $30; J. T Quigley $23; L. from non-appropriated funds, due the Holy Trinity in Gainesville, camp's construction. The personnel -

Is undoubtedly, the most the meetings. W. Koch $25; A & P $23; Brad- to the camp's closing. The dates will make the first of five Lenten total. 20 at the present time.

1 motion picture in ford Hardware $23; Tip Top Super are announced as follows: addresses in St, Mark's the manager stated.Methodist .

111 years, will play a three- At The TabernacleThe Market $25; Edward Burns $25; For tax-supported agencies, Church, tonight Friday, March
engagement at the Florida J. p Roberts $25; W, R. Morse March id and 19. 13 at 7:30.: After a brief prayer Church .
y Wednes- congregation at the Tab- service, Mr. Alexander will preach
next Tuesday $25; and J. C. Hoover $20. For veterans March 21, 22 and
ell and Thursday. ernacle has been privileged to Mr. Dahmer stated that the 23. on the subject, "The Influence of Sunday, March 17, has been set
. Ray Mllland in the hear a number of outstanding Jesus, Human and Divine." aside as Church Day and a reception -
deadline for all Is March
The supplies on sale will Include -
I that won him the Academy speakers during the winter sea- 28. Bradford County has never office furniture and Mr. Alexander, who was grad of new members will, beheld I
for the best acting of the son. This week Rev. Lome surplus uated from the University of at the close of the service
failed In its quota and Mr. Dah
fixtures, day room furniture,
"The Lost Weekend" tells Sparks of Canada and Wilmore, mer believes that it can be reached barber and Florida and the Theological as announced by the pastor, the ,
beauty shop equipment,
unusual and unforgettable Ky., gave an interesting resumeof this time if worker does School at the University of the Rev. W J'. Churchwell. Topic of
'' every store fixtures, machines,
of five days out of a young' the work done by the Oriental his part. He states that all musical Instruments pop-corn, beverage, South in Sewanee. Tenn., Is among the morning sermon will be "Lad- J '

life-five days of horror Faith Mission in various coun- pledges will be counted In the tavern and soda fountain equip- the first of the young clergy of der to Heaven"
1 of such Intensely dramatic quota. Florida as a teacher and speaker, This I. the second Sunday of )
tries.Mr. ment, and bowling alleys
as to make their reproduc- Sparks Is a dynamic and Mrs. M. O. HarreU and Miss In a friendly gathering at the Lent and It Is stressed that the
the screen an accomplish clear thinking young man and his Church Service Center after the objectives of the Crusade for q
Pinholster in
Lubedla are chargeof
I ] of rare courage on the part message was a clarion call to solicitations In the Brooker Registration Books church service, he will be pleasedto Christ are to have a family altarIn

"'" the prftducers and rare talent missionary action. He and his section and Mrs. C. B. Roberts Now In Courthouse answer questions and discuss every home, to have every a
.t the part of the performers. wife and baby will leave soon to has accepted the chairmanship for his subject further member of the church a tlther

story concerns the shocking take up missionary work in Graham. Miss Ida Hsgan, who Registration of voters in this St. Mark's ftI very fortunate in and that every member will attend -

of a sensitive, intel China. for the past four years baa solicited county is now being handled in securing his services for a con- at least one service each
man during his five days' The Youth meetings on. Satur- funds In the There sa section, I(I the courthouse, Supervisor J. R. tinued course of sermon on the Sunday during Lent. Everyone
to an insatiable hunger day nights are very profitablefor Is again on the Job this year. Kelly has announced.'' The books Friday nights in Lent. He will urged to assist''1n reaching these
liquor. The devotion of his the young folks and InterestIng chairman thenegro I I were closed In the eight precincts take up the whole subject of the goals.
Rev. Franklin,
J> ,. the patient under- to the older ones. Is work- on the first Monday in March, and "Influence of Our Lord" and Its The Youth Fellowship meets at
' I section. organizing
of his brother cannot There will again be a baptismal will be open In the Office of the particular application In our personal 6:IS for recreation followed bya
and had add-
Him from going off the deep service Sunday night. HAnd ers over the county to his' committee Supervisor of Registration until lives and the world tOday. snack lunch, and ,the regular: t
ed the following; )
: Into an abyss never yet In- the Lord added to the church Eleanor April 20th. The hours were an- A cordial Invitation 1s extended evening service Is at 7:30.: I
n, on the screen. It i Is dally such as should be saved." ; Alberta Albright Crum, Ola Cole- nounced as from 8 to 12 in the to all to be present at half-past- Prayer meeting Is held each

ad. until he sinks to the depth (Acts 2:47): Canon.Janle Angle Mitchell WuhelminaRogers morning and from 2 to S in the seven by the Rev. Fred Yerkesacting Wednesday evening, at 7:30 carry.
that he finds him William D. Upshaw former New Hope Baptist Church afternoon.The rector and the congregationof Ing out a series. of Lenten medita-
By then, according to re- United States Senator and D. B. I! Baptist Church. first primary is to be held St. Mark's.Christian. tions.A .
C *, you will have, lived through Allen of Gainesville will be In Calvary May 7th. the second May 28th. nursery has been establishedand
exciting, March 22 to speakin
experience so Starke Friday, Church
mothers desiring to attend
'I will never forget !It. the Interest 0 f temperance. Spare Stamp 9 Stanley's Ranch cburch may bring their babies to
Birnam. vital message for to- Services at the First Christian
Mllland plays have a
They Good For SugarLocal the recreation hall where they
story bedevilled hero, and day. Hear them at the Gospel I Will Serve Steaks Church for the week of March will be cared for and entertained.

'Wyman is seen as Helen, his Tabernacle at 7:30 p. m. grocerymen have been notified .From Prize Beef 17 will be as follows: Bible School
For both Mllland by the OPA of the validityof I 10 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a.
et t : Miss Wyman their role in Petroleum Group Spare Stamp 9 In Ration Book : G. B. Stanley, proprietor of: m. Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. Lovetts Purchases

lun Lost Weekend" represent a 4, effective March 11. The five, Stanley's Ranch, 3 miles south of Prayer Meeting each Wednesday Prize-Winning Beef
Into the dramatic field of Elects OfficersA pound of sugar thus available Is I Starke on Road 28, announced evening at 8 p. m. pease note
heretofore (I the change In time of Prayer Maurice Edwards 's
&, as each has Bradford approved for canning' purposes yesterday that steaks from the Jr. 1000-
y In romantic comedy meeting of Industries the Committee -i It was announced, with the supply prize-winning Hereford exhibited Meeting from 7:30: to 8 o'clock. pound Hereford prize-winner at

: ,other light mediums. County Petroleum Thursday everf- released at this time particularly,,, bv Maurice Edwards, Jr.. at the At the morning service the pas the Southeastern Fat Stock showin
uld WM held courthouse.JgB. for the benefit of families who Fat Stock Show In Ocala last tor will speak on the subject"Satisfied" Ocala was purchased last week

Limiie Harris March 7 In of the the Shell Oil ; will have strawberries for can I week wUl be served in his resjtaurant Are you satisfied by Lovett's Grocery, it has been
rs. elected chairman of ping.It. : Friday, Saturday, and with the condition of your coun- anounced.E. .

Llnnle Harris 68, wife of Company was officers of the I was not known whether a Sunday nights. try, of the world, and are you L. Perkins, the market manager
Harris of Ralford. died at the group. Other elected at this meet- second stamp would be validated I I I Mr. Stanley states that steaks satisfied with your religious said that two other show i

home there Tuesday. March organization E. Tucker, vice-chalr- before the close of the canning( from beef grown in Bradford teachings, and the kind of life steers had been bought and delivered :
Slle was born In B a k e r ing were H. O. Duncan. aecretary. season. Another spare stamp U I I County can be just as fine as the.ocailed you are living The evening sub Wednesday insuring his :
1\ her home man and K. if' and he ject will be "The Uncertainty of market large of
and had made speaker of the, expected during the summer "western meats" a supply high
Ralford for 44 years. Ser- The principal was Glen P. Woodard there is a sufficient sugar supply invites the public to visit his Time". quality beef. ,I

,1 1o I were held Wednesday after- evening Secretary of the Flor- according to the Jacksonville OPA popular eating place this weekend Everyone Is cordially Invited to The meat Is on sale thin weekend I

."..'. I In Baker County under the Executive ida Committee. district headquarters. and judge for themselves. any and all of these services he said.FORD ,
l of DeWitt C. Jones I

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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Map Shows Increased Fencing In FloridaPROGRESS Church Of ChristThe ..-.

Church of Christ in Starke F 0 R RENT

1877 extends to all an Invitation to the T TOR
services of the Lord on the next APARTMENT
CV L Matthews Editor and Owner Ii'" Lord's Day. Bible Study will be RO011S
held at 10 a. m. with preachingat .

1Mtlsled Weekly on Fridays and Entered a. Second Class Matter -T-'. 11 a. m. on the subject "Christ. HEAT
M. the Post Office at Sterke. Florida. ) Our Only Mediator and at 7:45: AND HOT WATER
p. m. on the topic "The Kssentlalitv -
I;! of The Church." Midweek I i Dayor"WeeklyCARL
THE VALUE OF FENCINGTO Bible Study Is held at 7:45p. : Rate
FLORIDA'S ..,, m. Wednesday. These announcements
I 1 I are made by W.
F..J& I
Guest KdltorUl: I Herron Minister. City Hall
By Writer L. Hayen. Chairman IN FLORIDA'S CATTLE r I __

Safety and Health Dlvklon INDUSTRY ,
Florida sc... Chamber of Commerce
, Fine cattle improved pasture lands and '
Today Florida holds an enviable position as a good herd management practices require \ SEE FLY & BUYthe
cattle raising state and stands ready for further prog fencing. Realizing this forward looking ,
t ress. This is no miracle but the result of many yearsof livestock men in all parts of Florida have 4
hard work scientific and long-time planning and fenced from choice. Progress in the cattle
good and bad years on the part of livestock producers.No industry in Florida as elsewhere in the '4-- ,
other single evidence of the state's advancing nation, might well be gauged by the increase tin PIperCub'FLIGHT
livestock industry is so symbolic as the changing at- fencing. From 70 to 80'per cent of the I
titude on fencing and the increase in local laws requir- state's 1,159,000 cattle are now actually under i

ing fencing. Stripped to its simplest terms, it is profit fence, authorities 'believe. In 1S30) only y I
able to fence today formerly it was not. The cost of two Florida counties had "count -wide legal
three-strand fencing today is approximately equivalentto fencing and 2.. had partial coverage. The :"a ; INSTRUCTIONby
three cows for every two miles of fence. The valueof map below portrays the situation today z '
livestock and installations warrants such expenditure. which stands as a tribute to the leaders of zx y Ralph Cheshire
the cattle industry who have been primarily L l

, with to the responsible for this development. Source: r r ,
Floridians have often pointed pride II
Special survey, Florida State Chamber of
act that the state's livestock industry stems from the Commerce in cooperation with the officesof
.eeond voyage of Ponce de Leon in 1521 and is the old- the General
Attorney and County At-
I. eat in North America. Somehow it has been overlooked torneys. y Conway-libby U-Fly-It Service

that Ponce de Leon built corrals for his cattle. If we Key: *....,>"<. -. -', .
are proud of the first fact, we should be equally'proud / CONWAY AIRPARK
of the second. As the years of Spanish, English and County-wide legal fencing j

American ownership went by and Florida remained f7"t..f1: :" ; ',." i Partially fenced counties 4 Blocks West of Union Bus Station
sparsely settled, cattle roamed over the open'and free I

range. An old range cow cost 25 cents from birth to I II J Open Range Counties' ,tJ", .'r.1:. Phone 32 or 147 Ring 2

slaughter pen and barring rustlers, white and red she .... '.:' /',
was worth the cost. But she was not worth a fence. ..-.../' ,.."

The scrub cow and the free range are being gradually -
replaced by improved breeds guarded by fences.In COUNTY-WIDE",, LEGAL FENCING IN: Broward, Charlotte, Dade. DeSoto,
1925 only Polk and Volusia counties had county- Duval, Hardee, Highlands Hillsborough Manatee, Martin, Orange, Pinellas,
wide fencing and by 1930 twenty-four counties had Polk, Seminole Volusia counties. ONWAY'Sl
partial verage.' The next ten years saw county-wide PARTIALLY FENCED COUNTIES: Brevard, Collier, Jefferson Flagler ,

., laws passed in Martin and Duval counties and an increase Glades, Hendry Lake, Lee, Leon. Marion, Nassau, Okeechobee, Palm Beach '
of two counties In the partially covered group. Pasco Putnam St. Lucie. Sarasota. 1945 legislature authorized referendum / Service StationPHONE
elections in Brevard and Putnam which have not been held to date.
Concurrent with the recent strides in stock and COUNTIES Baker 'Bradford
OPEN RANGE : Alachua ,Bay Calhoun Citrus
pasture improvement' in the last five years fifteen Clay Columbia Dixie, Escambia, Franklin, Gadsden, Gilchrist Gulf Hamilton, 147 RING 2 FOR SERVICE

counties today have county-wide laws seventeen partial Hernando. Holmes, Indian River, Jackson, Lafayette, Levy, Liberty, Madison
laws and thirty-five have open 'range.' I Monroe, Okaloosa Osceola, St. Johns, Santa Rosa, Sumter, Suwannee, Taylor Oil Changing
Par ahead of the legal status of stock laws is the Union, Wakulla, Walton, Washington.
actual situation._ Authorities_ << agree that from. 70 _to 80 : Greasing
cent of the state's 1,159OOO cattle under fence.
per are . . . Waxing
I yule spent the week-end with Green and daughters Linda Gale
When a man builds a fence he.tells to all the world that t
he has something of value to protect. Behind his fenceshe Brooker their parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Lee and Shirley Nell, and Mrs. T. W. Washing
shuts undesirable Gainey. Markey were visiting Mra. Rurel Polishing
guards his stock from straying, .out W'
Mrs. Carrie Ingram of Starke Dukes and Angus Bellling at
cattle practices good herd management and T. W.
protects By Mm Markey and Mr.\ ,,and Mrs. Ovid Lewis of Dukes Thursday afternoon. Tire Repairs
his pastures.The . ..1'e{( . Jacksonville, spent the weekend

cattle men deserve all the benefits which ac- W.M.U., MFiL"17YoMembers J with Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stewart ELECTRIC ARC WELDIN
crue from the improvement of the industry. The com- of the W.M.U. met at and Mrs. R. P. Lewis.
munity likewise reaps blessing from the same situa- the Brooker Baptist Church Wed. S 1-c Donald Crews of Norfolk
tion in a greater degree of safety for traffic. nesday afternoon. March 6. The Va., Is spending a leave with his. AMOCO GAS ONE HOUR
f Mrs. B.ulah-' (Harrell, parents, Mr. and Mra. C. J.
\ i, Improved as the case may be there is still muchto president' OIL &GREASE ; .
> ..
'over the busin ss session. Crews
be done to make the highways safe for motor'travel. '
This. too is the obligation of local communities and The meeting was "opened Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey and
with the for the year"We've John William
will be solved by them and them alone. In the meantime song Tell" followed Green spent SundayIn Quaker State ,
A Story To by Jacksonville with'Mr. and Mrs.
public spirited communities can call for stricter members repeating the Lord's Earl Gellmann. Oil
enforcement of existing laws and get better results. Prayer.A .
Mr. and Mrs. Rurel Dukes and
knowing that of the is Sealed Containers
a greater segment public now very InteresUng program on children of Dukes were visiting
in favor of enforcement. ,."Tithing In the Early Church" Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green Sunday.
was discussed by Mrs. G. B. Col. Mr&!. A. E. McKInney of Starke RIDE
son, Mrs. J. K. Douglas, Mrs. V. visited her father, G. W; Hazen, FLORIDAGREYHOUND AUTO LITE
PROFITS V. Hazen. Miss Lubedla Pinhols- Tuesday night as Mr. Hazen left PROMPT SERVICEDAHMER'S BATTERIESLINES
The interest created by the advertisement 'of the ter, Mrs. C. A. Crosby, Mrs. L. A. the latter part of the week to
Starke Chamber of Commerce listing industries that Brown and Mrs. M. O. Harretl. spend some Ume with his son, Inc.
should prove profitable for local investors indicates The business meeting Is held at Harley Hazen. In Center Hill. I BUSSESFor
that Southerners are beginning to bestir themselvesand 3 p. m. each first Wednesday In E. B. Andrews of Tampa visited Safety
the month at the church. The here GIFT SHOP VSAwIfLe I
go- about the development of their own resources last week and was accompanied '
octal hour is held In homes of home by his wife who had Comfort & Economy
rather-than wait for Northern capital to do the whole
the various members on the third been visiting her brother, C. C. 110 EAST CALL ST. Phone 147
job. I Wednesday in each month. The Melvin. Take Care Of ItThat's
In a recent newspaper column, John Temple first social meeting will be held PHONE 66
I Mrs.\ J. K. Douglas Mrs. Earl I
Graves quotes George Diggers vice president and.gen. at'the home of Mrs.\ L. L. Parker I I
eral manager of the Atlanta Journal as saying that ,Wednesday afternoon. March 20 at .
Southerners should get out of the habit of "sitting '3 o'clock.

with our hands folded complacently waiting for the The meeting was adjourned
damn-Yankee to come down here and build factoriesand following a prayer by the presi- it Have a Coca-Cola
open new businesses instead of doing the job our dent.
selves." .
"Look around your own home town your own Miss. Joyce Atkinson entertainedat ; P 1// } v i t l
home state" said Mr Biggers, "and tab up mentally II the Community Center with a !
how much venture capital 'could be got together to miscellaneous shower for Mrs. "

start a brand new manufacturing plant, admitting you Roscoe Parrish, a recent bride. 4 p Zp
have capable management at hand." The center room was beautifully j
I i To this excellent advise Mr. Graves adds: "No.I decorated with dogwood blossoms E "R111ML
I where does enterprise offer so much as in the South honeysuckle and roses. The table L ww a I y.
today. And nowhere more needed. Mr. Biggers' great was overlaid with a lovely lace (
point,is that there needs to be venturing, chance-taking cloth and centered with the three- _
by Southerners on the South. And they are shortsighted Uered wedding cake. :
business men indeed who fear to crowd the, Several games were prayed and
athern labor market with new industries This is prizes were won by Mrs.\ Russell '
the most notable tabor Green and Miss. Jeanette Grea- / C,
surplus market in America, S -
; possessed now of more new skills and semi-skills than mer. Mrs. Parrish received many ,44
nice gifts and Ice cream and slicesof _
before. _
' the wedding cake were servedto _
"The South has capital now to remake itself and about 40 guests. L

,. quit worrying about attracting somebody else in to Assisting Miss Atkinson were i
siphon off the profits," Mr. Graves sagely remarks. Mrs. Wilson RUBS :Mrs. Gilbert t
i iMf ir
I r+ Gay Mrs. Guy Parrlah and Mrs.J. I
B. Russ. Mf .

S 1M Can Use More Pulpwood Roy Allen and Frank Arnoldof _'5,__ i iief :

Arcadia Mr. and '
are visiting u
WRITE TIMBER DEPT. :Mrs. R. O. Allen. /, iifi ______ _
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth ,Turner
Container Corp'n. of America. Fernandlna. Fla. ,
I i
of New River visited Mr. and Mrs
Dave Green! one night last week. -fI I U
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Russ and '1
children and Mrs. C. L Atkinsonand ,
I When Your Tires Are Slick Time to Recap! daughters. Joyce and liens, /
spent Sunday afternoon in Starke.
! r RECAPPING Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Edwardsand
I AND VULCANIZING son, Harry spent Sunday
I ALL SIZE TIRES with Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Normanin all in the spirit .friendliness
AND TUBES Heilbronn Springs. I
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown spent
2MIOUR SERVICE Sunday in Gainesville with' :Mr. Even with your eyes shut you know that ice-cold Coca-Cola: will help make any party
nEST and Mrs. Artford Brown. refresbmeat
MATERIALS Pvt. Wilson Green, who has a success. Its sparkling lends a gay and friendly tone to any nrc*.;'TI.

GRADE "A" RUDDER been stationed at Chanute Field Coke belong wherever: folks gather for fun and friendliness. The invitation: Have a
1 m.. for some Ume, was discharged
{ ; Workmanship Guaranteed
I at Camp Gordon, Ga., on March Coke means a good time will be bad by all. It's a mighty nice feeling to know that

II I PHONE 79 9. there's Cos: -Cola in the icebox ready to refresh a sociable pause with friends or just
Mr. and Mrs. :Mack Colin spent
Monday in Gainesville. to refresh yourself.
STARKE TIRE SERVICEAdjoining H. P. Galney spent last week In 'CoeaCoti sad its a16re.iaia
Okerchobee and was accompanied OTTIID UNOII AUTHOIITT" Of TNt COCA.COIA COMPANY err k.'aro the regi.ur u.dr
home by A. .F. Raulson. I-...*,which iti rinf''t' <1*I***
Temple Garage Temple Ave. Mrs. Abe Crosby and Mrs. Lot STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Jnet of Th Cocs-CoU T

Mints and daughter of Jackson

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son, Harry, were In Palatka Fri- . . . and places were marked by green C . . e Baptist Church. The Rev. Allen week vlllt'In Houston Texas ant

day.Mr. and yellow cups holding candles.In I of Gainesville accompanied ,him In .Mexico: with relatives. 3'' '
and Mrs. E. J. Sullivan, State Farm contests Helen Whitfield and HamptonBy here and they were Introduced by Mr and Mrs. Wallace Joplin at
Theressa Mrs. Lucille Moody and daughter, Betty> Williams were the; local pastor, W. A. Scott.
| Irene CoChrUle. ,. Myra, and Mrs. John Sullivan of I By Mrs. Bryan; WMtflelUSHOWER receiving an ornamental pitcher.I Mrs. M. o. Sweeney Hampton school children, with Lake City were luncheon guess

BY. . I It Waldo were visiting the latter'a e e e . In keeping with the idea of her . . . their teachers, enjoyed an all-day last Wednesday of Mrs. JopU1

Phillips l of starke brother, J. J. Zeigler Sunday aft. FOR MRS. DUGQKR approaching departure. Kay gave I Mrs. Dorothy Eiland entertained sightseeing trip to St. Augustineand mother, Mrs Ann R. Guy
!:llzabet.h her fatherPhillips. ernoon. An event of as favors autograph books while, Green Cove Springs by bus Marvin W Blrt has rntnrnv
weekend with Friday, March 8, the "Beginners Class" of the
the Mr. and Mrs. W. as tokens of their good wishes last Thursday Historical sites after more lha a
C. to
Rhoden of Hampton
was the shower
sr. given In compli- Baptist Sunday School at her homeon
her In Texas
for stay her guests visited and Interest
and Kenny Starke were visiting Mrs. S. R. I were great year spent in the European! The
friends Swindell and family Wednesday.Mrs. ment to Mrs. Lawrence Dugger.A gave her attractive gifts. Addi- Monday afternoon. Lawn was manifested: by all. atre. He has received his dlai -

y&ss a' : W. D. Garrett, Earl Gel. profusion of sweet peas made tional children attending this games were enjoyed before the Aaron Minton recently returnedto i I 1 charge from the army and wM
Girton gee and Jlnunie Swindell the Club Room an ideal settingfor happy affair were Jane and Henry little folks were invited into the his home here after a two be at home permanently.
MrS, lIenry were Rlcharde, Joann Smith of Starke, ..
and -
visited their son business visitors in Daytona this Spring party and lovely dining room for refreshments. Ice -- -
eteTSburg familY, Miss Beach Wednesday. specimens of this same flower Mary Rivers Stubbins, Carolyn cream, cookies nuts and Coca-
Neal and I Crews, Peggy and Frances Cald-
land sister In were fashioned into shoulder corsages Colas were served. Mrs. Eiland
her Mr'and Mrs. E. -
S. and
and Sibley well and Kenneth Tyus. \
Hagan for the was assisted In entertaining by
guests. Mrs. J, a.
e last week. daughter Ruth, were business Caldwell, Mrs. J. G. Godwin, Mrs.J. REVIVAL MEETING her sister Miss Harvene Walter- EXTRA GOOD BREAD:
R. C. visitors In Palatka _
L. and Mrs. R. Kite, Mrs. p.
D. Fancher,
State Farm residents
I of Starke were evening. I enjoyed a son.William
son, Billie, er, Sr., Mrs. J. A. Bouvier, Mrs. Lyn- series of services held in the audi- D. Upshaw noted temperance -
'Horace E. McGee, Mr. and Mrs.Jimmie .
ng Mrs. night. wood Watts and Mrs. R. H. Cox torium of the Community Build- speaker of Gainesville and
Wednesday Swindell
and son, Larry
Zeigler Griffis were were hostesses. Appropriate contests Ing during the past week by the Thomasville; Ga., spoke to an Interested -
I J. D. were Sunday guests of Mrs. Sidney -
and Mrs. were held with Mrs. M. E. Rev. W, J. Churchvrell of Starke
Sidney Grlffis' and Grlffis and Miss Mildred congregation at the Sun tJS fltJtJ
1m* Mrs. Griner and Mrs. R. P. McLendon and the Rev. Niehaul of Lake : ; :
Lake! Geneva Saturday Frith of Lake Geneva. being prize winners. Their a- day evening service of the First
Butler assisted by Mrs. D. B. ,
tin Miss Irene Cochrane was a wards were a bon bon dish and a Barton, pianist and Youth leaderof ; ISC
T re j. p. Dickinson was a Sunday guest of Mrs. S. H. Dodd "what-not-shelf" ornament, re Williston. INSECTICIDES V" !
nele visitor to Jacksonville of Mldlakes. spectively. In a musical program fl
onday' Walter Swindell of Alachua Mrs. W. J. Churchwell and Miss Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite and
r. and Mrs. Ben Loper andEXPERT visited his parents and friends Ondlna Churchwell, each accom- Mr and Mrs. J. C. Wallace were 62 SCKEWWORM A eJosf I Itr
here over the week-end. panied by Mrs. D. B. Barton, dinner hosts at the Home of the KILLER I
rendered former couple at noon Sunday. '
Miss Ida Hagan was visiting in vocal solos and Miss s"
Hampton Saturday afternoon. June Caldwell gave a piano selec- Their guests were Mr. and Mrs.T. "PINT 65c e.
tion. The honoree received lovely R. Hodges and Mrs. W 1;. f
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kelsey and alsoSMEARE I
daughter, Mrs. Dan Loper, were gifts that were presented to her Murphree and children, Mary Kay i
and Walter, Jr.. of Gainesvilleand X
business visitors in Melrose by Harold Tyus and "Spanky"
Thursday. McLendon, messengers of the pro- Dr. and Mrs. R P. Stubblns Half Pint 40c !
verbial Stork. Refreshments consisted and daughter, Mary Rivers. f
Pt. 75c Qt. $1.40
of ice cream and individual Mr and Mrs. Ralph Cox and THERE'S NO LOST ACTION WITH FRESH YEASTI \
cakes iced In white and topped and Priscilla t
daughters Cynthia
F. C. I. INSECTICIDE And Fleischmann's fresh Yeast goes right to work
with dainty pink and blue decora- of Starke spent the past week-end
{ tions. The guest list included close with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox. POWDER because it's actively fresh. No waiting-no extra steps I II

I r' t friends,:! of Mrs. Dugger from. the Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mra. Kills Fleas. Roaches, Fleischmann's fresh Yeast helps give full delicious'bread I

Farm' and nearby towns. J. M. Bradley' were Mr. and Mrs. Beetles, Moths. Bed Hugs. I flavor, tender smooth texture-perfect freshness..
Vance Geiger and son, Bradley,
BIRTHDAY PARTY and Mr and Mrs Reese Bradleyand 2 oz. 25c
.. Four old McLendonwas IF YOU BAKE AT HOME I
a. ,- Jr''IJ year Spanky sons, Clinton and Jack always ask for
host on his natal day March Fleiachmann's active fresh Yeast with the '
Wayne, of Jacksonville and S-Sgt AIR WICK .
/ORKMANSHIP Enjoy Real 7, at the home of his parents Mr. Jack Bradley of Augusta, Ga. Removes Kitchen and familiar y ; low label Dependable- ; !
and Mrs. R. P. McLendon to
Jimmie Brown Godwin had as America's favorite for 70 t
HonesttoGoodnessHOMECOOKED Household Odors. over years. ;;
Peggy and Frances Caldwell,
his guest during the
Fielding and Walton Chapman, 69c i
Billy Miles of Starke.
ALL 'YORKGUARANTEED Harold Godwin, Oviedo and Loe- Mrs. Calvin Williams and little /
MEALSIn (1th Grlffts, Harold Tyus, Jean daughter, Sandra returned to \\I a -apuvrthxyyxya
Clean QuietSurroundings Dugger, Billy North Mary their home in Palatka Thursday .m;
Stubbins and Rogel's.Mrs. after having been with Mr. and CO.
McLendon used blossoms
plum -
Mrs. O. E. Crews since Monday.
ENTRUST: YOUR and nasturtiums in her livIng -=-- m ________ n
OC CAN room for this occasion but .___ .- -- : -
AVE. the piece de resistance of her
CARE ru.
lovely decorative scheme was the ,
dining room table. Covered with .. : 'l
IXIECAFE white linen it was centered with '

the traditional birthday cake that .. :. ... '. i..'I.. .,..'... ," ,, .
theTAG carried out In its decorations, her ,i'jf.--:: : ., :' .' -
"'" ;
chosen color motif of blue and .. '''''''''.,' < ..'" .1;. I
yellow. From the chandelier I 1

Carter Bldg., Starke hung multi-colored balloons that 1
were later given as favors together
-4 I with candy-filled blue and
.. yellow cups. Blue ribbons reached Let's Tackle Inflation
from the lights to the corners of

EAT at ,JCsE'S GILL the table where yellow flowers ,
held them in place. The openingof
3 Miles North of Starke on Road 13 his many gifts afforded excite- .
ment for Spanky and his play-
mates just before the Ice cream
Fried Chicken and Sea.Food was served with slices of the '
birthday cake While We Can ; :

Our Specialty BRIDGE CLUB MEETINGMrs. ; ,: \
H. M. Rlcharde was ', .,. !
\: 1rt
hostess at last week's meeting of ", .' v.*
the State Farm Bridge Club, entertaining ,;: '
at her home Wednes- .4. .
: .
day afternoon. She made effective : !
'H.BOTRANSFER' : use of lovely calendulas In ,3 You don't; want your dollars to buy less Why? Because price controls in : > '.

decorating for the occasion. Win- and less and less t time hinder the production of
ners of high, second high and
"bingo" Defense Stamp prizes, Business cannot live by r, -
COMPANYLOCAL respectively, were Mrs. J. R. Kite, You don't want your savings to melt be I
Ion. And so, goods that can't
Mrs. R. P. Stubblns and Mrs. Tom I away I Or" the value I of your I' 0 Insurance
& LONG DISTANCE HAULING Conners. Mrs. Rlcharde served sell at the prices fixed by the &

strawberry short-cake with coffeeto to dwindle I just don't td mad,.

PHONE 179 her guests.FAREWELL .PARTY Yet that I. what inflation can do to all Nor will the raising of price

FRANK BROADWAY' L. M.: GAINESFor I Honoring her little daughter, of Therefore, thoughtful people solve the problem:When costs .."

I Kay, who will be with her uncle everywhere are concerned with ways to :
subject to change at
_. I and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis prices are '
Economy. '-A' I Tatum of San Angelo, Texas, until smother it before it gets out of hand. ment by government action, / '
[ and this of '
Safety, Comfort she completes year
'-' school, Mrs. C. O. Partney enter- One major cause of inflation is a short I has to be on a day-to-day basis. .

FOB COURTEOUS tained a group of boys and girlsat age of goods when people have money That means uncertainty /

(;"{f .... her home Tuesday afternoonof .. for things they want. inflation. :
CORRECT last week. Spring flowers to spend 4 output..more
f$ added to the beauty of the rooms "
INFORMATIONPlease 43/ used for the party. Refreshments That cause can be eliminated 'by the ISN'T THIS THE
Phone rSS 147 9' chips consisting, cookies of sandwiches and Coca-Colas, potato, production of goods fast- in quantity. Remove price controls on welfare.'P

were served at the dining room !<< tured goods and production will '
Ride Florida Greyhound Lines Inc. Busses table. It was centered with a BUT THERE'S A BOTTLENECK ; .
IIl t.
UNION BUS STATIONTemple lovely arrangement of rose buds : '
During the war there wasn't enough j
Ave. LACY'CONWAY. Agent Starke Goods will then pour into the

.__ .. ". ....._. .. r-i labor and materials to meet the needs within reasonable .'
... ,, and, a time, t
:r __3mn'intimifftmnimiHinHiitWINKLER' "''''' .''''' '' '''"'""" mmllmmmAMlllAllmmmlmnlmmlimnlmlmlllMmnlmIOmImI'''''' ''''' '''' '' MmIPn" \ of war and still produce all the civiliangoods adjust themselves I naturally- as I .

ELECTRIC SERVICE"Oldest .... people wanted and could buy.. f. ways have in line with the real I .
in the City" 222-224 N. Temple ... Therefore price controls on civilian things. ; .)

goods were substituted for competition Competition has never failed '.

Flashlite 2-cell cases with batteries to keep prices down. duce this result. +

Fuses of all types
Decca Records e Today this country has all the labor and This i. the vyay you can get =a amaterials t'

Iron Elements, ............. I necessary to turn out the things you want at prices you can : !s t

Iron Cords, Best GradeG. .. people want. ft t Please think this over. Then .-.;":'"'
E. Heating PadsG. .,\ .Yet goods are.still scarce Store shelves representatives in Congress what JtA'! : .'

E. Table 2-Speed Fans j. are still bare. The national pocketbook lieve should be done. You owe it ;.fr. _'

Baby Bottle Warmers your home grown ;i1,;'"'
continues to bulge. Inflation grows. self and to your country's :
Lighting Fixtures, Different Types value? Has it outgrown your a 1 I

Electrical Wiring Supplies"e 10VNATIONAL \ :
Also Can'FUf1\1sh You A Bonded Electrician Fire insurance? Let us check P UTS SMOTHER INFLATION./! p.selrtl.Ur"utlt./ tfu tfati.*alAtiotiatlt* j

Heaters needs. I I ./ MtmmfattuTtn 14 Wttt 49tk .Sttttt, ff,w Y rh 20, N. Y., will Mist I II ; ,

Duo-Therm Duo-Therm Automatic Space Hot Water Heaters your '1 !f 9 I year "pj "/ heel/.f tptaMt l.. atoll why price nntnl cacao /alfatl.,,. J :. .i; .' I

Farm Radio Packs j v

Motorola Car Radio Sets Ready to Install 1t "

Radio Service Maintained that Gives ResultsWe ASSOCIATION OF MANUFACTURERS t .

Have in Stock Lots of Hard-to-Get Items Charley E. John i

Give Us A Trial !
__ Tomorrow for Everybody ;
Agency For a Bettor
f fI
\l1.1 Phone IS BTARKJC, FLAW .

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INK L E R Electric Service I .

I 222-221 Temple Aye. ._ Starke; Fla. .M.-.a..S THa TRAVELERS.i Krtl.N

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P!!IJ .__ V 15.SOCIETY .

III and CLUBS Visitor HonoredAt Mrs. Scott HostessTo mer their and*place have on little already Santa moved Fe Into. Ladies Auxiliary Ladies Council

Buffet SupperMr. WCTU'Members Morgan and Jean Darby are also Met TuesdayThe Met At Church

Santa Fe-lng; occupying the Ruby .
and Mrs. O. 1. Beasley and The Laura H. Scott Union of Johns cottage Hear 'twas Ladles Auxiliary of the The Ladies
Woman's Club Birthday Party Mrs. J. W. Kincaid were Joint the W.C.T.U. met Friday afternoon quite a gay gathering. Monday I[Presbyterian Church held Its reg Christian Church Council-I, *!

Hears DiscussionOf For Mrs. GriffisA hostesses Saturday night at the at the home of Mrs. W. A. afternoon when Mrs. Fletcher I,ular,business meeting In the Sun church met !*
School Room of the church Thursday
North Scott Ave. The living day ,
home of the former on on Temple Burnette was hostess at her attractive March 7
Hospital Project party was held in honor of Walnut Street when they enter- room was beautifully decorated Kingsley Lake home at a 'Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. monthly business seubn t"
the 49th birthday anniversary of tained honoring their house guest, with spring flowers; bowls and two-table bridge luncheon complimenting I As March Is the end of the church Lester Kite preeident>

Dr. J. M. Hembree was the Mrs. CalHe Grlffis on Thursday, Mrs. Joe Spears. Sr., of Cattlets- vases of azaleas, white narcissi Mrs. Joe Spears :year annual reports of officers over a discussion
guest speaker at the March meet- Feb.' 28 at. her home here. burg. Ky., at a delightful outdoor and calendulas predominating.The Since the Burnettes are occupyingtheir I;were given and some plans discussed new business. of bat M j
of the Woman' Club on Wed- for the new
Ing year.
The cake was beautifully iced buffet supper. meeting was opened by the lake home on a full time The next
nesday afternoon. He explained In. pink ,with 49 white candles The outdoor living room where president Mrs. O. E. Stansbury basis, they are making a most I The new president, Mrs. H. E. at the meeting win,
briefly what progress has been and slices Were served with drinks the guests were entertained, wasa and was offered by Mrs. welcome Addition to local groups ,Boelter and secretary Mrs. E. M. on' Church home of Mrs i
of the prayer
in the .
made development Thunderat
Davis, Installed by the retiring St.
friends and relatives riot of color with azaleas, camellias .
tothoo, following Glimpsed Carrie Ritch gettingoff
Bradford County Hospital Association Noble White. After roll call Mrs. 8 clock..
: president, Mrs. B. C. March
and all in bloom. 2L
who celebrated the occa- splrea to ''
Thursday see' Tommy re- i
and C, E. Rich- the social
presented .
Ara Moltt led the devotional. Holtzendorf.i meeting
archi- sion Wl1h\>)e : Supper was served buffet style ceive' his medical degree in At- [ are \ '
the Jacksonville
heimer tectural: of firmtof Reynold Smith MrsT OlUvf* IJ Ellington. Mrs. from a beautifully appointed table, Taking part on the. program were lanta .Saturday '. Seems he i The proposed,rerooflng of the urged be to attend7'will !
Mrs. Moitt Mrs. Jennie Thorn- welcome. '
and Hills'who 'gave an estimateof Vida Rewls-Joyce; Rew1 Victoria carrying out a Mexican: : color quest Mrs.i White, Mrs. Stans- finished ,In six years .Instead of I Manse. as soon as possible was

the oost on the, proposed' Cadle.j Gladys Cadle Ruth Cadle, scheme. The long table, where bury and, Mrs., ,W. N. Johnson. eight by plugging away, atl\lt;{ discussed during the brief business -

bed plant and. with Dr.. H n,>br e,I Doris Priffls. Bessie Sumner. Mo the guests were seated,,was. over Mrs.. Stansbury read a poem, "All summer and winter incident- I 8 8S10n. The Social V Meet of J ."
answered questions of the various Jordan Barbara Ann Cadle Pat laid with a Mexican luncheon set' ; ally, when ,he takes'the exam For God" and Mrs. Moitt closed the will be held
and held low bowls of artistically Auxiliary on
club members. ricia. Jlmmle and Earl Sumner, March 27 he will receive the I I
J. W. and Walter Cadle. Charles arranged calendulas. Gaily colored the devotional with prayer. Georgia state permit which U I. Tuesday March 26 at .the home .
; Hembree's talk
Following Dr. and Vessle Davis, Bessie and fiesta ware completed the Mrs. Johnson in a brief presen- good !in every state except Florida of Mrs Boelter. Mrs. V. S. St- !,

the president Mrs. E K. Perry- Katherine Warren Shirley Ann table arrangements. tation speech gave the president and California So he'llhave John Is in charge of the program

mah presided aver a business ses Wainwright, Betty Lou Crawford, Invited to enjoy this lovely affair Mrs. Stanabury and treasurer, to go through all that again .on Missions to be presented at 1@ 'cil
sion. Since new officers take Jean Minerva and Annie Francis with the hosts and honoree Mrs Scott each a gift of remembrance before getting his Florida license this time. i

over, at the next meeting all old Moseley Warren Cadle. Easter were members of the Monday as their birthday an- .. i MADE TO ,

business J was discussed. The an- Norman, Annie Goodman Melissa night and Thursday night bridge niversaries were Feb. 22. Mrs. Carolyn Kinney and son OUR ORDE

nual report of the treasurer. Mrs. Hanley Morell Luke Marilyn clubs. Out of town guests were After a brief business session Must be true about woman's Wayne Mrs. Sharon Hall and Mr. SIECI.Un-
M. F. Brown was given. The sec- Rewis, Bernice Parrish, Betty Mrs. Leon Richarde and brother,i a temperance song, "The Won- and Mrs. Tillman Hutto and son
retary, Mrs. W. H. ,Hart read the Barth- Innate passion for changing' furniture LAPPE BAKE
Jean and Raymond Rewls Charles Metcalf, of Jacksonville. I drous Story" was sung by mem-
minutes of the previous meeting? aree Caley, Wiley Caley Oliver bers. A poem "Great Remover" around Hear Garni ta''-

Reports were given from the McDanlel. Mildred Rewls. Dick Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch of was read by the president. The Hutto elected to stay home and I'
committee appointed at the last,i Luke, Boots Jordan E. L. Par- I Jacksonville were visitors in meeting was closed with prayer arrange furniture rather-than 'go .0----......n-i.......?_,_,,_?..._._.r. _- _-_--_

meeting .to helpwlth the Red I rish, James GrUfls. Franklin Mc Starke Monday.R. by Mrs. J. T. Quigley. The W. to Jacksonville for the weekend .
Cross War Fund Drive. On this Daniel, Ramond Rhode, Ethel J. Davis has a new assignment C. T. U. District Convention will
I committee were Mrs. J. M. Smith I McHugh, W. J. Thornton. J. P. in Lake City and is com- be held this month. Mrs. Stans- Seems she has a new bed-
Mrs. L. A. Canova Mrs N. Stern- Parrish and Emma Jean Parrish. muting each day from his home bury invited the local union to room suit and just couldn't wait

berg, Mrs. O. I* Beasley, Mrs. R.I here Mrs. Davis went over with meet at her ,home in March: to see which piece looked best
J. Davis and Mrs. T. F. Landrum.I In which corner Charles and
To MeetThe him and
WSCS Saturday shopped. During the social hour which
Miss Lucille Mitchell gave an Interesting Fanny Torres (ex-Callstreeters)

resume of the activitiesof Business and Program send greetings from Miami and
the. Junior Woman's Club durIng -'- state that the Telegraph is the
: meeting of the Woman's Societyof .
She said next best thing to a 'visit with
the past year. a- Christian Service of the Methodist -
their dear old friends In Starke
mong the most Important things
Church will be held Monday -
accomplished were their sponsorIng Hear Mae Parker is now occupying
March 18 at 3:30 in the
of the Girl Scouts, the Hal- Church School Rooms. Circle a cozy garage apartmentout
childrenof near the school house .
lowe'en Carnival for the
One will have charge of the program
and the Seal My Tallahassee reporter informsme
'the community and the business session will
Sales where $600 was raised. She be presided over by the president, Well, today's- the by The recently purchased cottages there that Marjorie Davis is maJorIng -
also stated that the Junior Club Mrs W. E Mlddleton. Inevitable deadline for our annual ". Clarence and Clara Mae in home ec at FSCW and fora
has ((64 members.As"'Corresponding. accounting with Uncle Sam-the Hoppe of Tampa have bought the semester project each girl had
to make a dress ., Marjorie
Secretarywas I Mrs. L. A. Canova and Mrs. W. time of year you suddenly dis- Col. McKInnon place near Thelma
omitted by the nominating R.' Morse; treasurer. Mrs. C. H. cover that you haven't been working Mendoza's and they, together checked fashioned a brown and white ,e, Coo t
and later
each cte
committee::at the last meeting;I Nasworthy. and .recording,.secre for yourself the past 52 with son, Jimmy will be here this chambray 1oy ofc

Mm. H. C. Ritch was elected by I tary Mrs. W. B. Sewell. in addition weeks-you've' really been workIng week-end to, look over their new while girl modeled her seamstress own creation offered i et o'< A09r be
an expert
the group. Delegates were also to corresponding secretary, for the collector of Internal : acquisition The Wilmot Brown c i" o leg '
selected to attend the state convention Mrs Jit C. Rltch who was elected revenue! Oh well, no matter i family of Tallahassee long-time criticism Seems our g t tiJ ti'aed
local lass off with :
of the Florida Federationof at If this. meeting. what you pay 'tla a small fee Kingsley enthusiasts, have also colors and came not criticism flying :#: Leo
Woman's Clubs which Is to be, for living in what is still the best a single .
purchased place the north
a on
The auditorium of the Club IS
Guess that and
,held Jn Lakeland on April 10, 111 country on the face of.the earth side on the lake, somewhere in proves once atio Q
Building was. attractively decorated -
for all, that and brainsdo '
and 12. There were the new mortal's man's nearest aeys4 9a
i approachto the neighborhood of Ethel gt'i 3
with tall floor baskets of dogwood t
team .
up once In a while!, ,
president, Mrs. R. A. Green, and I Utopia-no matter what you .. .
blossoms and bowls of r Kingsley certainly r
So long See you in the nextCarolyn. 04 r
Mrs. Barbara Breazealle
eweetpests'and' splrea were usedon might think while struggling with pulls 'em from near and far- oJt
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid as alternate.: the president's desk, the piano that blankety-blank blank ". and I can well understand for -

The club voted to go on recordas I and as"a central arrangement on And that's the beauty of being a surely there is no place more followed Mrs. Scott assisted by
endorsing the plan for the the table. The table was covered school teacher or' a newspaper Ideally suited for a restful bit of
her Mrs. Babcock of
Bradford Association columnist .. You don't 'make ,
County Hospital with a lovely Italian cutwork summer resU served delicious
Canada Ice
and to help in any way pos.Bible I enough to have ,to worry about cream
cloth with Inset of lace de Venice and home made 'cake to tha
with the future t Uncle San portion of {
paying a 'I
plans. central' 1
and the floral
arrange- i
Old bad luck
man must' have guest .. '
Mrs. Ferryman, retiring president -' ment balanced with three- the: net There: just ,ain't;j non ? :.. ,
,I was been working overtime last week -, - - ----
installed the Incoming officers branched silver candelabra hold-' U'L" -or at least so it seems to Wil- '

in a short impressive cere- Ing burning white tapers. sprisg."i''ooiig'man'i son and Nettle (Dowling) Lee'. .
mony. They were: president, Mrs. The Mrs. E. In the The 'truck thai was transportingtheir '
retlrjng president,',
R. A. Green vice-presidents, Mrs, fancy lightly turns to noughts of
; ,
K. tea from the belongings to 'Jacksonville
perryman, poured
E. 1* Biggs Mrs sir ,,M. Smith' love i Or lo"t've been lead to $0RM0Nat
beautifully appointed silver ser- believe V But looks 'as if burst Into flames on the way up
vice and delicious refreshment of around BHS it tarns 'nothing and all their things-Including .
NOW OPEN sandwiches with Individual cakes more romantic that' OI haircuts wedding presents ,- were burned
the social to that Van
were served during I up Sorry report
Local barber have been
BARKER'SGARAGE hour. Nuts_ and bon-bons In sliver doing t a landoffice business the I (Oscar) Carden is confined to IN THE WINKLER BLDG. '- 220 .N. Temple Avenue
the I bed with flu but Is
compotes were placed on again Lucy
past week, what with spring football -
table. }ifrs. L. A. Canova playedseverS I managing very well for him dur-
: practice getting under way March I6 SpecialsCream
Saturday -
selections his absence Understandthat
-dellgbtful piano ing v.
and the local lads getting in trim ,
during ,the afternoon. by getting trimmed Among Billy and Pat, Jackson ,and '

Rear Blanding Center Mrs.Hostesses J. A. for Lewis this meeting Mrs. E.were B. cuts those are leading Charles the parade Mooney of crew Billy their their two new sons home have at the moved western Into Style B & M Corn No. 2 Can - .17

Searing. Mrs. Y. A. Harris Mrs. Miles. Maxie Carter, Jr., Henry city limits (Road 28) .. Billy ,
AUTOREPAIRS J. W.':"1C1nt id, Mrs. Paul Canova, tlanassa, Edward Shull. Charlie expects to remainin the army -
Mrs.: J. L."Anderson, Mrs. D. L. several months yet as there la
John Anderson,
Silcox and Mrs. Miriam Kick- McRae Knight and scads of others Barney. .. still'some more bone grafting to Cream Corn No. 2 Can .14
liter.Stanley's Seems the boys were reading be done on his arm Style -

that girls are going in for short -
bobs so they decided to beat 'em Virginia and Charles Darby are .

to the draw ,., getting an early start on sum- '
v Long Grain Rice 3 lb. .4 5
pkg. -
Ranch Spotted aar-Jotted Bobby Cox, I TOPS INENTFRTAWMENTWALLY -
formerly of the Stag bobbing up

In town Tuesday. morning .

3 MILES SOUTH OF STARKE ON ROAD 28Will now Seems. .he's. Andy working Adkins in"back Llve froma Oak Popular Peas, No. 2 Can -. w 1W

very enjoyable 1 trip to Miami -

and Cuba "Preacher" Haines
I ServeSTEAKS airing out In his brand new shiny Delicious lb. Ib.

red Dodge a gift from the

church Nita and Alton Dobbs Apples .16 f Boston Butts 36c
moving into their new home south
of the Ford Garage Enos!: I PRttlgltTS ., Ibl

I Hayes sauntering down Call 9 I Large Fancy Ib. ::;. Sliced
Street and It hard to believe -
finding 0
he was ever on Iwo Jlma VV vA .. Lemons '- .15 Bacon .-- M.4.Q

Friday, Saturday and Sunday Nights 011.- Incidentally. Enos says Garland -t P
Godwin should be home before Tender Western

too long now ', .. These two Ibfl.
FROM Bradfordltes were "through It all", Beef LiverJj

In the same Marine outfit_their Sweet Potatoes ::.25

Maurice Edwards', Jr. bunks hardly. a hundred feet a- 9 .
part -. n a dv" V Fresh Dressed & Drawn
Mont* congenial- gathering 'In .r r 5lb. iif P OULVT R *

1000.- ,POUND HEREFORD Gertrude room Saturday Beasley's night outdoor, when living Jean- Cabbage -' ,At All Times! -

ette Kincaid was hostess at a
buffet supper honoring her house

Blue Ribbon Winner guest. Mrs. Joe Spears. Sr., of -12
Cattletsburg Ky. Among the Red Kidney Beans, No. 2 Can -. c

interesting group was smartly attired R _
Nlta Richards of Jacksonville f

Purchased ThroughMr. who In professional We is

1l"Cajjolyn n"l ;who shops Kay,"for the you pleasant when per-you Val Vita SEced Peaches No. 21/2 Can VT -

E. L. '
order by mail from Levy's FOWLER
In response to many whispered
Inquiries Nlta. pleaded: "DON'T "I'm Seeding YOM Red BOMS" '

,i Market Manager order nylons!" Also among AND HIS 35e
Maxwell House Coffee f Ib.
I' the guests was attractive Marian :, -
Carney Plains. N. T.. _
Lovett's t Grocery. and her blonde four-year-old.
Gladys ... Seems they hereto WITH TNB FAMOUS

..i-1 visit at Blanding a relative and being liked discharged Starke- OAK RIDGE QUARTETCOURTHOUSE Yellow Rose 'S. R. Flour, 25 lb. ,- jCANNON'S 1.3

so much they decided to remain

for a few weeks t (Certainly

Come Enjoy This Treat good for the morale to hear about Starke, Fla GROCERY"The
all these people who LIKE our'little '
Wed.. March 20, 7:30 p. m.
town I
Of Bradford County Meat ) t !- Children under 12 50c

Hear the Klagdey Lake colony I! All over 12 75c Friendliest
Store In Town"
will soon be
augmented by two Sponsored by>> American Legion
boat welcome families who have



GTs of 'LOCAL NEWS .1 Mrs. W. H. Nollman went to I Cotton Dresses Just ''--' Board,. of I one man can do In the Interest. sodwelfare Your rote and support w)1 >).1
St Simons Island, Ga., Saturday Leila's Drew Shop lnstruotlon.IDistrict* t, com rectatedctiilly .
to vUlt the T. W. Olivers Vance ", North SUarke and Lwtay. ,In nit diHirlut and. in I the 1 R" .. yeurn. I' 11'!
at their Roscoe
of ''aervect lit tills capacity be county KM a whole 'nu..11 II. Urcew. .lIr.. t
beach home ana also to( ice theOllvers' Tenn.. spent several days three years aa chairman I :
a business J. A. Martinez returned Wed- board I feel that I am fully
GuY made new grandson Thomas visiting Mrs. Mae Edwards .." and' If erected I promise
Fred-ligonvllle Tuesday. I nesday from a visit with friends William Oliver 3th, who was Miss Elaine Edwards and Is .- the duties connected
o Klckliter and and relatives In Petersburg, born March T. Mrs. In an 'Impartial manner.
Miriam Claire and and Bowling Green, Ky. Va.i Mrs. Oliver Nollman and visiting his' brother-in-law -.I. H. Moor ENJOY GOOD FOOD AT
Dorothy Sr, returned to sister Mr and Mrs. Elbert -
tern visitingns Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cottrell Starke FOR "("..00.. HOllltl
Sunday and Monday. wards in
Daytona Beach. .
spent >l Gardens in Palatka. son, J, D. Cottrell, Jr., of Lees- Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Fergusonof Among the 42 members .. announce myself. a can- i

avlne the rhufa aced acl of burg and Miss Virginia Sewell of San Francisco, Calif., came yesterday Into Los PIcaros, Spanish ..for of r..II..lIl PublicMnntruction>n aa member for of STANLEY'S RANCH

\D parrhh In cla88ltied: 4l FSCW. Tallahassee, were week to spend several days with ary fraternity at the .. N.I. comprising Lawtey
T. 8-8 end guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. their Florida in Starke. If re-elected to
friends Mr. and Mrs. K. of Gainesville, was Important office I will con
J. S. CUlfreth .of Sewell. O. Duncan. Carmen Garcia Stearas of to work for the bent interest ,
and 1olrs. I win 3: MILES SOUTH TOWN ON ROAD 28
dinnerof schools In tile county. OF
Cotton Drewftrs and Mrs. S. J.
Monday just received at Sgt. Clyatt .
were New lot of Eyelet Embroidery <\l. your vote and support .
dO Culfreth's niece Lella.'s Dress Shop. UreHitet In white the weekend in Chlefland coining Primary on May 7.
Mrs. and
pantrl colon i
JBffle Jhn9L Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martinez and at Leila's Dress Shop.E. Sgt. Clyatt'a relatives. I I Henpertfully J. 8. \(Duddy) Norman.!
Suits, aDdat son, J. A. spent the weekend visit. John Powell returned this I -
Spring Woolen J. "Ernie" Dowling Jr., who from a 10 day trip to New Foil SCHOOL, notinUl.trlft STEAKS: CHICKENSEAFOOD
Drees Shop' Ing'in St. Petersburg and Tampa. \
Lt'lIa' was -
recently appointed' State No. S
Paul Etheredge Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marks and Brands as leans where he took part in .. .. )' announce. my candidacy ,[ : : ,
and Mrs. Inspector for Mardi Gras celebration.. .. Board' of Public
of the
spent the 'week- Do' W.' Moore were Mr. and Mrs. Bradford I "
onvllle County, announced this from Dlatrlct subject "
and Mrs. J. 1* An-, I Cecil R. Moore and children of week that he Is longer Arriving next week for 'I will of the Pemocra'lo votera : ,
'Ith, Mr. Lake Wales.tiNOCNCING no con Spring Holidays from primary of Mny 7. If elect
D. nected with Dowling Brothers State Colege old Tallahassee : : ...thin to renponelble the position duties. of I''I I
business. ;
Since the be Misses Ida Lou and ..* to the bent of my ability DINNER PARTIES SOLICITED j ,
AGENCY FOR PERFECT GIFTS work as Inspector takes most of .
,THE Davis, Virginia Sewell will greatly your I
FOR BRIDES .China, Silver. Crystal. his time, the livestock business Keene, Catherine Nollman support and -vote H. on B. CrOMby.May' 7..,I
will be operated solely by W, Clarice Thomas Misses J :
Floor Candelabra A/: Bankets for Rent"The "Billy" Dowling: E'I Whitfield and Mildred I FOIL NCHOOL No.BOtHDKlatrlrt II "

Dinnerware That Sells"", Ted Simmons was called of the State Farm, Miss .. .*by a-nounce myself A MITCHELL 303 W. Madison tat.a.aUtatana. Winston-Salem N. C., Friday by i Horne of Hampton and for instruction member of lHntrlct the Hoard 3. coni-of
!MRS- J. the Illness of brother 'I : New : Prize i HEREFORD
a there. Eva Faye Gainey and ; Hrnoker, River lira- Winning
Major and Mrs. H. C. Wall and I I and! Hampton mbjoct to the
I Hazen of Brooker, to spend the voters In the Ienmcratio II
son. Bill of St. Augustine were holidays with their respective I I .. In May.. If elected to
'i weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. ( ""... I promise to dlRc-lmrve
pn ts. I .... oniiKctfil therewith In a On Sale at Our Market This Week
THEATRESTARKE W L. Wall. Mrs. Mae Edwards: spent I and Impartial manner. Your
A J W H. Nollman Is in Chicago, I and support will be highly ap*
days of last week In ...!.
111., on a business trip. He left Your respectfully Exhibited 'by
Hospital in Jacksonville .
by plane the first of the week. F.i. Lewis. I
general check-up! and
Sun. Mon. March 17-18 Mrs Eddie Hartmann and Miss She also spent several days KOI MlllfMtl. IIO,till! Maurice Edwards, Jr., Starke t

Lorraine Hartman are attendingthe her sister: Mrs. E. T. the 1)l.telct UPiiitirratlo to.. a V,.t t.r. ot
annual Beautician's Convention Linwood Ave., In Bimi-d niMtrli-t. No. 3, Iliad- at the I

LOVE LETTERSJennifer in New York City this week. Few large size coatis ..... (..'"*"nty.*" announce. Florida:my candldurv,
They will return Saturday. Lella'n Dress office of Member of the
to $25 at Southeastern Fat Stock Show and
Attending the UDC ConventionIn of 1'iibllc Instruction from
Mrs Macon Rutland and No. S, comprising the vot>
Jones Joseph Cotten Macclenny Friday of last weekin Miami .... .. of Hrooker, New
J. J., of spent > and
: addition to those mentioned In 'I ., (Irntmrn.. and Hampton. Hiib- Sale Held Recently In Ocala
with and Mrs. L. S. .
I' Mr. Democratic Primary on 1
to the
our last Issue were Mrs. W. G. I
March 19 21 Hail, Sr., Mrs. W. F. Godwin and: Gainesville Among those shopping .7.." d I proml| to do all that. Purchased by Our Market.
Thurs. Saturday were
I Wed. -
Tues., Mrs. R. A. Green. I' A. E. McKinney Mrs. 9.w. Itttlm f-twrWov .a f-twrvlJitM.) r.. Hmv !; I II
Few size Coat. reducedto
large Hazen, Miss Minnie Lou
$25 at Leila's Dress Shop. Mrs. C. J. Powell, Mrs. L. A. SeeminglyA
Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mrs. Robert ,
nolds, Mrs. Ella Johns, Mrs.
** E. Greene, Jr.,. spent the Moore, Mrs. Miriam I MisunderstandingThat jT' I

weekend in Jacksonville with Mrs. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. Miss NeedsCorrecting
Greene's parents, Dr. and Mrs. : Miss
Mitchell and Dorothy 1
LOSTEEKEND C. C. Mendoza. M I Klckliter.' ,
Mrs. A. W. Anderson and iMrs. Mrs. W. N. Johnson f 1
Joe Martinez are shopping in I and Mrs. R. O. Nunnery An item came out last -- "IFARMER'S
Jacksonville today. Ravine Gardens in Palatka in the local paper
Mrs. Carrie Ritch went to At- I : a change in the

lanta, Ga., Thursday for the grad- day.Mr.. and Mrs. Otis Barge ement of your local i
uation there Saturday of her son, returned to their home in & T Store.
Dr. Thomas G. Rltch. He will return after three
with her for a week here the Kelly Kottage on I have had the pleasure"
before reporting to Great Lakes, Lake. privilege of serving
I !
111., for nine months interneship.Mrs. Mrs. E. L. Matthews and liradioru
Pic- of
Talked-About people
The Year's Most B. F. Flowers of Ocala is 10T1I & CHERRY STREETS
Agnes and A & I
ters. Marv in local
ure. Daringly Different An Unf or getable a guest this week of her daugh- Mrs. W. E. since your Nov. 15, 1933 i

Experience From The Frankest, Most ter, Mrs. Paul Canova. They are Mrs. E. S. Matthews spent January 15 1946 (ex-
in Jacksonville today visiting Mr. day in Jacksonville. COMPLETE LINE OFPratt's ,
ensational Best-Seller of Our Tithe# \ and Mrs. Robert Young. Enos Hayes, son of a six-month transfer
Friends of A. L. Alvarez will Mrs. E. W. Hayes Is at his that time which
be glad to know that he is improving here after being discharged spent in the A & .P Stock Medicine.

.. _STARRING though slowly, at his the Marine Corps at ,' Gainesville .Ia.)

.. hQJIle.from aj-ecent.UlAesa. Jeunen. N-C., on?,Feb. 28. checked: out January Hog Powder' .

is Tot ., RA"'V'MILLAND": :... : ,4 Mrs.J.. W. Andrews spent several In.,the service two years: -can-didate candidateAnne ,f or.hospltalization. .,.' .. ", v f !;
I t 1.1 -.1"" ii y.rlasweek In Miami with months and took, part in Poultry & Pet Tablets'. '
\. her soninlaw'and'daughter, Mr. toric battle of Iwo Jlma. Ihe people of Bradford'' t.
/K. The,'Role That WonJIint;! and Mrs., Leon' 'B" Moorer.. She V-J Day he was stationed and its surrounding Flea Powder & Disinfectant i iG

5 ; went, down, with\ Mrs. W. B. Transit Center on Oahu. I wish to per- d

The Academy Award Mundy, Jr., who bought spring I Dr. and Mrs. L, H. thank you for those
merchandise for her dress shop. and children Walter' and days of patronage
St. Sgt. Paul Hudgins will return -, spent the weekend to express the hope / E. Light Bulbst / ", 1

With JANE WYMAN to Parrls Island S. C., Mon I Tampa, St. Petersburg and I may someday in
day after spending a furloughhere water.
have the privi
with his wife and daughter, way '
-.--- ---< Political of serving you again. Iron &
Kay.New I
Spring 'oolen Suits and I did not resign. was

Coat at Leila's Dress, Shop. Med by the Great: A r

Friends will be sorry to hear I* Tea Company on

} that J. M. Alvarez Is very ill I hereby FOR IKPItE5ENTATIf announce my. .... 4. 1916 after re- Kerr Fruit Jars '

lay. Shoes again Mrs.at C. his A. Knight home here.made a business County for the Htate the office aubject KeKlHlatur of to nepre*the from will inK from the hospital.

trip to Jacksonville Wednes- primary.Democratic Your voter vote In and the Thank you, ... and Lids

will b.. Krratly appreciatedJ
guests of Mr. and -- P. n n prevail
I Mrs. \
will be
to Mrs. L D. Vining FOR STATE "" T\ I ""
.. '
Carrie Jane Frank and Mrs. I hereby announce my 1"1'
Leonora Varnedoe of Dublin, Ga, for KepreDentatlve reelection .to the from office of '1,

and Mrs Marguerite Dickens of County, subject to the will :

5.50 Marianna. Mrs. Frank and Mrs. Voters Having at served. the In May t.he 7th 1A43 Available! Marsh KITCHEN CABINETS ;

Varnedoe Mrs. Dickens will for be several here a week days.and and I feel friendships that. to the the created experience people will of l Now --- a

Dresses New lot In of white Eyelet and Embroidery pastel color f elected rd Your County to vote thin and and office.support Florida.. If. 1 Large Size Flour Bin I;

*Mr.at Leila's and Mrs.Drew C. Shop.C. Shepherd highly appreelated..N. -D. .. Pre-War I E I

and daughters, Merry Lou and TO Qualified; V...r. .f PorecelainEnamelled I
Patricia Ann of Lake City were ,<;...- ..lanrr. UUtrlvt
weekend guests of Mr. and Mfs.C. I .hereby....u....announce( ....?. Florida.my f" ''"

.v Top
A. Knight.Mr. for r.-.Iectlon a. County
: and Mrs. A. L Sullivan 1 lot fttloner, of lHtrtot No.2. eu..
'the Primaries In May. If I
Theressa spent Sunday evening 1.promi.. to continue to 59.95 y
with Mrs. Sullivan's sister Mffc, Tne beet interact of whole.the Special :
OXFORDSIIy E and the County a. a ..
D, W. Moore. ttila promlM I .
Upon .. ...... ..
Mrs. N. M. Haight of WajKcross ) solicit your vote. and active -- -- ------ -
May 7'h.
A her brother on .
Ga., Is visiting Yours very'truly.h7. Glass Door .
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.J. -. L. CRAW V i

3.65 to H. Fields. FOR (;ot'>TY .
Sunday guests of Dr..and Mrs. I hereby IJ.announce.'.'''* N.. 3 ... Utility Cabinets :
John were
H. H. Adams and son candidate for County Comml<
Mrs. O. E. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. from UUtrlet No. I. having
4.95 LAmmlnaioner
R. R. Turnipseed and son, Dick, aa term county I feel that I aon fully 32.50 I
# R. D. Hesae and daugh fled and If elected will .
i and Mrs. ,_ .. ,
Jacksonville. ...,ond district and tne .T -- -
ter. Carol, a whole the bed service. of
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Roberts and 1 am capable. w, Mitch| E< BOX SPRINGS and
small daughters of Chalres were -
of Mr. and Mrs. TT COMMI..
weekend guests FOR tOt: |
r. CHILDREN'SOXFORDS R. R. Prevatt. Edwardshave I wlah to Dletrle announce N.. at* Innerspring Mattress Electric Irons
Elbert '
Mr. and Mrs. my candidacy for County t MATCH LIMITED NUMBER
TO -
gone to Daytona Mr.Beach and ford loner County.I of District.. No. 2 of With Heat Indicator -'
where they will assist am a veteran of World -
Mrs.,, Joe Edwards in the opera- and nerved In th. European "' ,. 3.15 ,
Hotel dining of War.
Gilbert 'n I
tion of. the If I .m elected yon ma :
fair and .
room. assured of a to the b..t. ": JO' ..
of Columbus .
Hubner .
1.95 Mrs. Dorothy ability. Thanking you for ,
to s Miss., is visiting her parents.Mr. sideration.Kenpoctfally I am your, If': CHIFFEROBES
and Mr W. D. B. U. I
Mrs H.. G- Kimball of Wash- -
,.. rwith Hat Box Drawers and
4.95 ington, D. C., was a Sunday din FOR COUNTY "" .
ner guest of Mrs. D. W, Moore. At this 1JI..rt.writing I N... 4 1 r J..arge Space: to Hang Clothes
to the
elf for reelection "
County Commleeloner, I> 39.50IT'S
NOTICE 4. Hampton, Graham and
to the iMimocratla voter In
LAWTEY marls May 711%. If .. .

: charge thin office the I dutlea will connected continue A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

IRobbins'STERNBERC'S Leave Your Shoe with In a fair and,Impartial
Work ner. On that prom! I will

At Lawtey Repair Hardware TbaniU.appreciate your Beapectf-llr.vote T. on C. _? John H. Denmark Furniture Co.

Reynolds Shoe Repair SCHOOL_ BOARD PHONE 151 STARKE FLA.
0 It 1'1 E'R L Y Starke, Fla. Il.vIe/.. I
1 1 hereby aanouno mjrealf



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. a . S S SPine FARM NOTES of sugar cane for syrup as well as maiden name. Bradford County AND
? RURAL COMMONSENSE Telegraph shall publish thin OrderIn STATE OFTt'to TO A
LevelBy for feed and a larger acreage next four weekly issueo. Un. M. Eagle wAI1DA .
LAWTEYBy By L T. Dyer, County Agent should be planted on every farm.It Witness 'my hand and official 1U0, 6UIt 9trret Ittu
seal at Stark., Florida, this March orglaEast. '-
SCREW-WORM CONTROL, IS Mr*. Mamie Crew Mr II. M. McRae Old 1'lne Stumps are a big prob- will produce from 40 to 60 tons 5th194C.. You are 1'

IMPORTANT FACTOR FOR e . e e . e . . 1 lem with the cattlemen in this of some of the best feed that can As(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said Court.) A. J. Thomas, April Court 8.and 1946.'uuer, QUlr.d''n the 10.
county who wish to get rid of ahem j t''
EFFICIENT PRODUCTION Johnnie In Jacksonville Rev Davidson of Orlando filled be grown. Further Information. T. Frank lAndrum, Stark!!. Florida seek divorceTelegraph Dradfort"
Gasque was
these stumps so that they can Atty. for PIt. J-8 4t 8-2 aha I
While there may be more cold Monday on business. the pulpit at Pine Level Church make Improved pastures. can be obtained at the CountyAgent's In' next four u ,"kl i teeuW,
I )
weather ,before spring has defi- H. C. Kelly was in Macclenny Sunday morning and evening, and Effort is to office. I I* rinrriT COVHT. BRADFORD. 'V It Starke hand
nitely arrived recent mild temperatures Monday afternoon on business. with :Mrs. Davidson and Rev. and being made get ('(>!"%TV, FLORIDA IN CIIANOKHV. 7 a194g, 'Iorlda, pl
some' parties to take them out and The Family Garden is going to I V
L. P.' Rafuse in Starke Mrs. W. E.! Hall were dinner (OFFICIAL SKvi,,
should aerve as a reminder was all who wish to have stumps removed be just as Important this year as Richard A. Eagle, Plaintiff vs. A. Clerk of acid'!
to Florida livestock owners Tuesday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Christina M. Eagle, Defendant. CaseNo. By Lucille> c. ''ourtl'
should let the county agent during the war. With large a- 4486. / Zttch H. r.ougia".1', D,
Alvarez. ? e.
that the screw-worm becomes Joseph R. King: and his familyof know the acreage as soon as pos mounts of food being sent ,to ORDER OF PUBLICATION Atty. tor I'1'' ,,,,
more destructive as spring: arrives Quincy have moved here., Hi Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and I sible. other parts of the world to pre- to

and that It'. .well worth- Is the operator of a sawmill that son, Lynn, were visiting Mr. and Cane for Feed Is being vent starvation ,we are sure to I
while to do as much as they can la going up about a mile southof Mrs. Carl Dobbs In Lake City recently -
to reduce the numbers of this Lawtey.Mrs. grown by many, cattlemen now, have a very great shortage of
and there la a big demand for food in this country. If we are
pest now. W. E. Orrffis and daughter Mr and Mrs. A. F. Hall and ,
seed can of the new varieties. continue to be well fed here,
Many cattlemen are only too I Madeline, and Mrs. J. B. children of Jacksonville weN
Three or four acres of one of we must grow home gardens and Pick uriel? '
thecrewworm 1 yc o
relatives here last
well aware of the losses Bradley were shopping. Starke visiting week.
provide plenty of food for the
inflict in herd, In this section the Improved varieties was grown
can a Saturday. The farmers are '
for they have seen animals whose Mrs. C. R. Crews and sons, H. planting spring cropsWand gathering by Clyde Kersey on the John II. family to eat'fresh and to can.I r. FpC

value was far reduced by the attacks C.,"an;' Bobby, were in Starke strawberries. Denmark farm near Theressa last' Those who wish further information R

of the Peat. Not infrequently Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick and year. They have been feeding a'I about varieties to plant owe

animals have died of Jimmie McRae 'of Starke was Mrs. Myrlcka parents, Mr. and large number of range cows with I I and control of Insects and diseases

I, screw-worm attacks. And the visiting George Roberts, Jr., Fri- Mra. H. M. McRae were dinner calves as well as fattening steers should let me know.
of species- I night and attended the 9th during the past winter. The cane :
pest Is no respecter day guests of Mrs. Susie Myrick in
Test Milk Cow for TB
is shocked in the field in the fall Family
It attacks any animal and humans I. grade play at the school. Lake Geneva Sunday.We i byDllBARRYM"I
as well. Philip Shuford of the navy Is and ground as needed. It makes I and Bangs the last week in A'
were glad to see Mr.
I home to spend a leave with his very an excellent feed when mixed I March. Those having cows to be
as of the pests as \
Killing many and Mrs. W. R. Halslop back at You'll take Spring's lovely glow
possible before they begin breed- parents,* Mr. and Mrs. John Shu- church, last Sunday after his recent with a little cottonseed meal' or I tested should! let me know at W 1 1y |
ford. other high protein feed. Mr. Her-
Ing In large numbers with the illness. once. There is no cost for this for
your very own when V .
coming of warm weather is a II. C. Kelly was in Jacksonvilleon sey says they like It so well that test. you : s )
most effective of combattingthem. business Wednesday.Those Bishop Myrick was visiting they are planting an additional
Treating every wound with from here attending friends here Monday and was a acreage this year. use the color-magic ofDuBarry '

Smear No. 62 or similar effective church Sunday evening in Sampson diner guest of Arthur McRae. Because they did not get start- ix CIHCVIT- corirr. 1111 A 1)1"011 I ill

preparation will kill any parasites City were Mr. and Mrs Perry Joe Sherrill, S 1-c and Mrs. ,' ed feeding the ,cane early enough: C'O 11I! 'I'Jr. K1.OK1UVI 1M CIIAMCKIIV. Face Powder over a delicate
Davis Rev. and Mrs. J. O. Raul- Sherrill of Lake Butler spent Sat- .
that may be in the wound this winter they have not fed Ann Maria Kracke Oremm, plain '
and also repel the screw-worm fly erson, Mrs. Myrie Rafuae and C. urday night and Sunday with Mr. all of It. and have cane for sale. tiff vs. Ludwig Edward Uremme, film of DuBarry Foundation Lotion.
R. and H. C. Crews, Junior Page and Mrs. ,Owen McRae. Defendant.Case No. 4461.
.I from laying eggs In it. Handling Mr. Hersey says that they have OItDER OF PUBLI<'ATIO:>lAND
livestock carefully without the use and Idalee Starling. sold cane to several dairymen in NOTICE TO APPEAR
Rev. and Mrs. J. 0. Raulersonwere Hints To HousewivesON STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ludwig
of dogs whips, sticks, and other Duval county and still have some Edward Oremme, whose residenceand
1 things which cause wounds and dinner guests Sunday of Mr. good cane left which he Is anxiousto address Is 81 !Homers Street, V

bruises Is hot only humane, but and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse. THE RUN get out of his way as soon as Brooklyn You New York. '
also economical, for it results doa Jason Hllllard la home from the Saving stockings Is a matter of possible.' April 8th are, 1946 required In the to above appear namrd on Z

minimum of injuries that reduce army on a furlough. He Is the serious concern to women generally This. la one of.the best varieties Court and cause wherein plaintiff
the value of animals. son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hil- in the present hose shortage. seeks ,divorce and restoration of

Specialists of the U. S. Depart-
Surveys and estimates Indicate liard.W.
M. Smith has returned to ment of Agriculture offer sug-
that the nation needs all the
his station after a leave with his gestions:
animal products that can be produced
tide and the farmer parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Worthing Care
year I Smith. He expects: to go over- 111 III X111/ INN 1
who continues to produce as muchof Rayon stockings survive longerIf 8I .. eln a1U n
these products as possible Is '' seas soon.produces washed carefully before worn..iUkewarm Richard Hudnut offer a 2.00 box
\contlnutng:; in peacetime the high quality products at suds of mild soap and of DuBarry Face Powder plus y
luke-warm a complimentary bottle of
he rinsing water. RayonIs
service which
patrtotl per- as low COst as possible is the -- DuBarry Foundation Lotion for .
formed during the war. Screw- Farmer who succeeds. When his weak when wet so squeeze '
worm control Is one way in whichbe stock are injured so their value gently to remove soil but avoid

can maintain high production.Aside Is reduced when his productionof lulling, twisting, and wringing. SEA TROUT PERCH BREAM

from the patriotic view- milk and other animal productsIs Walt until hose are thoroughlydry RED BASS
before putting them on. .. SHEEPSHEADALSO
point, however, the farmer who cut, when his productive effi-
ciency is lowered In any way, his Stored Stockings
production costs go up and his Hose held over from one seasonto Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry e

GET THE profits become smaller. Control- another last longer If rinsed

ling the screw-worm Is a necessary occasionally during their wait. Koch StoiThere's
>\"Al y SPEEDY SURE practice for efficient pro- Light-colored stockings put a- MAGNOLIA FISH MARKETCALL

tJl duction. way for next summer, for example -
should be rinsed a few STREET PHONE 37 STARKE FLA.

\ IN0IGESTIONCarpenter's MAYES times during the winter.

Girdle Reform -

RADIO SERVICE Many a run Is caused by pull

1f E I from garters or by cutting from p .

I I SERVICEON rough metal garter grips. Elastic
f 1 may be replaced with better ual-

I H RADIOS ters Wartime on many grips of wartime rough girdles.metal a

Drug Storr South Walnut- Street I maybe grips replaced from pre-war withbeter girdles.Halting qualIty .- 4 NEEDfor

a ,Run ;
Stop runs or snags on the run. (
Though easily mended when small, /lOWl
OPTOMETRIST a little break can pull to impos- G

'Suite 309-10 Masonic Temple Bid*, Jacksonville Phone 8-6098 sible proportions In even a few -


HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED REGULARLY stopped by pulling the loop I

"We Render a Complete Optical Dispensing Service" through to the underside. A run
may be held by applying a little

paste until it can be mended. The
old trick of moistening a break,

which stopped runs in silk hose,
does not work with rayons. Moistening FLORIDA-RAISED

I f INDUSTRIES WANTED weakens rayon and encour-
I ages run.

FOR STARKE .. Runs In places that will not
I show may be permanently sealed

by "runstop" preparations. This

II i The following is a partial list of new industries may be better than sewing be-
cause It does not lessen
i suited to Starke and for which there is Run-atop preparations will not

i ample labor & a ready market in this locality: come out when washed ao are unsuitable '
for first aid on runs to

f 1. Peanut Butter Factory. be mended later
Runs may be mended by hand,
I 2. Vegetable Processing' Plant.
fine m a chi n a-sUtchlng, or by _
r 3. Nursery for Ornamental Shrubbery and mending services now offered by :

For pecan, citrus,,and other fruit plant- department stores:- For hand Q
ings. mending, a raveling from an 'old v

4. Dehydrating Plant. stocking or matching or slightly
darker shade Is best. Stocking
5. Termite Control. yarn Is lighter and less conspicuous 111 f )
6. Livestock Auction Market. than darning thread. If possible ii :

7. Brush and Broom Factory. use ravellnga from an old I
nylon stocking because they are
8. Leather Plant.
Tanning stronger than rayon. Otherwise, i

9. Cigar Factory. use thread from heavy-duty rayon

10. Distillery for Turpentine Products stockings. Straighten kinks In

11. Creosoting Plant for Lumber and Cross ravellngs by moistening and Flo.rida's' '
Ties. wrapping around a' spool. Work ee d Output Inadeqn
from the right aide of the stock- 111 \

12. Factory for Clothing. .' Ing. Use a fine needle in an over It t _

13. Hosiery Mill. ,V "' ', hand or chain stitch. : __ to Meet State-wide DemandsFlorida's

i If mending by machine, stitch
14. Furniture
Factory. on the wrong side with short Indus
15. Strawberry Cold Pack. stitches and dull-finish thread. Huge, Livestock

16. Crate Mill. .
Florida's livestock industry ia thriving in spite of tho.
17. Well Drilling.
IN CIRCUIT rovnT. BRADFORD I much of the feed for the .t....'. animal and fowl po
18. Storage Garage. C'OtlNTY. FLORIDA I:* CHAN-
CI'RY.' must ba imported.The .
19. Hatchery. Mary Pr.vatt. Plaintiff v". Willie '
Pravatl. Defendant. Can No. 4467.
20. Ice Cream Factory. ORDER OF PUBLICATION Situation Offers Real OpportUlU;
21. Turkey Farm. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Willie th1
To f food time8
Prevail. whole residence !I. un- Florida' livestock population, three
22. 100 5-acre tracts of good well-drained known.Tou hay crop and f four times the present grain crop 'b

land, uniformly laid out and platted April 5.ar.lUll required In th.to above appear named on, Processed ,feeds from sweet potatoes. cotton VlodT'j
I with suitable roads or streets. Court and cauie. wherein plaintiff and m
' aeelca. divorce. Uoanly products, citrus by-products lemon grass pulp ,
23. Pecan or Peanut Candy Plant. Telegraph shall Dupbl.hrthis Order fIorido"el. I
In next four weekly i.....". fish meal and scrap can fill much of:-.p.Aa.
L Wltneea my hand and official .la 1945 Florida CORN S.4S8.000 ka. stock industry grows, the demand be even greater-.
Burk *p'>>'Wa, this MarchOFFICIAL
These T.d51.t? '
are Just a few suggestions to Veterans COTTON a' bt
[ SEAL) A. J. Thomas. Produced These lOa The need exists, tie raw materials are present or easduced.
and others who are now looking around for. A. Clerk of Mild Court. PEANUTS 70.560,000 lit. the
Py Lucille c. Conner D. C. opportunity beckons: NOW!

good business opportunities. For further information Zaeh A 17. H.for Douglas Plf, Oalneevllle.j-8 4i 3.1)Flu. Field Crops: SWEET POTATOES 1,188,000 ...

or advice contact PEAS 35,000 ... t

USB OATSVELVET 432,000 .,.


Starke Chamber of Commerce 666 HAT ",no tiis .F'
SOUl ...
CANE 2,014,000 tinsIltlBjIlt .s ....
Cold Preparations i ,orb
I Starke Florida .....
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CAOTIOJI l'e ..ly Aa Dlre* e4 n< to... has U'ink ml sal imp. Vm k '-:- taMe. M ei a U'M e..r.< r -
I I 00 "' "L 00_of .... /tw.- L IVMCrAGB .., ., .






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daughters ,,Wanda and Mary --- u '
. . e .

[nybrook I attended Sunday afternoon.the sing at Kingsley Lake ONE_ WOMAN'S! O.PBNION Clay HillBy ; s 1'I

I Mrs. C. C. Crosby spent the }
Crosby' weekend In Jacksonville with her
.rs. .o..Eo. . Ion and daughter-in-law, Mr. and By Billee Ross Lura Burgess More people drink Atlantic Ale and Beer than any otherFOR !
. . 1
1'iGnumbfr' Mrs. Randolph Crosby and was Starke Is a nice little town and It's a friendly It must be... 1 '

of our farmers accompanied home by them Tues little town in some respects, but there are a lot VHEKKIN I nEAR TilE FIRST 4t / l !
atmeeting .4' VIIIP-POOR-WHX'S SONG I
from Drooker day.Mr. of ways In which it l lent as friendly as It could be. 7
potion Farmers at and Mrs. Bishop Thomasof P ENJOY TilE SUNSIIINK ANDIEDITATH
of We have a lot of veterans) here. Some are boys
The LaCrosse \ ON A SABBATH
night. were visiting her i
hoof i Friday par- that have always lived In Starke, and some are KTKRNO.ON. 1
Mr. and Mrs.
for the ents. Harry Lewis
was held pUrorganizing here by choice. There are far more than those
a Sunday.Rev. "On the when I
I who Just meet the eye. stopped begging -
of the farmers E. ,Knowles of Folkston at the heels of Ufe.On .
Many ? ; '. I've always read about these little southern
Ud their membership Ga., filled\ his regular appointment that day, as I Rat on a high
iPaare to make at Corinth + i. towns where everyone turns out for a big occasion -
trying Baptist Church l hill looking at the sun,
100 percent In iw"c :,:;'; ..r or to honor someone. I'm just wondering
Bounty morning and evening. He and !
':-fr I heard a bell strike far in the
':;: ;... If they really do have such affairs. up
Mrs. Knowles and Mr. and Mrs. ,'''!. our
nation /L. sky, and heart swelled.
!: 1 my gCrALtFdrxo
r, county agent, Z. W. Richard Knowles, also of Folks- ; A"r!, to-dos, our meetings and planning and striving
of Brooker president ton, were dinner guests of Mr. and to make our town friendly, we've really not exerted ourselves. And Into my heart with laughtercame
k Bureau and Lawton Mrs O. E. Crosby and family.O. Why can't Starke turn out and have a good oW-fashioned picnicon trooping lovely fEAAd
Young wise children of the wis- .... .
L made Interesting All short. E. Crosby and son, Sherman, the courthouse grounds or rope off a couple of blocks and havea dom of the earth." -Rorty. --- I.

the BUbject. these and Willie Andrews and son. Bud- street dance, or any kind of public social for our returned vet- Is eww..u..e i Arittra..,,C.....,,...aro/M. a ,
to attend Bradfordn die, were visiting In Santa Fe Sat- erans! String up banners, get out the high school band and really Last night I heard the first
Bind help put whip-poor-will as I sat on the I
urday where Sherman purchaseda show: our friendliness and appreciation. It
porch alone in the moollght.. It
| the top. registered white face calf fora
It might do all Starkeites
a little good to mix with everybody else sang twice and flitted but t
4-H club this
andce project He
Mrs, LeRoy Lovell year. and learn how the other side of town gels along. We really could that
was encouraging. Somehow
and to be able to show him in
I Ward and and Mr.children hopes the livestock show in Ocala next be such a nice, friendly little town-I'm sure we could. It answered the question no often SALE OR RENT

ert Ward In Green year. I know that everyone has Thursday afternoons off and it seemsto asked me "How can you be happy til

f were visiting Floyd Crosby and children were me that that would be the Ideal time to stage such an event. way out there?" Perhaps the i

Ings Sunday Thomas of business visitors to Gainesville Oh well, it's Just a suggestion, and I hope It provides food for poet In the above poem, explainsmore BUILDING Center of Town
,I Mis fully. I have heard the bell "
thought for the
right We
and :Mrs. J. I* Saturday. people. need a unified community and a
sburg strike, and the brown-robed
Jacksonville\! were Some of the tobacco growers happy one; a friendly one ao badly. lon-r: I
Of mother of the western hills has
Iwrs, Jackson's and Mrs. In this section are reporting blue
aught me quietness. The blue- 100 business.
mold In their seed beds. percent any Beautiful
Mrs E. J. Nor- County e r . .
I mother, Mrs M. H. Moody and other relatives eyed mother of waters taught ,
me Modern Front good windows all Con
Lrday Sgt. Thomas Agent, L> T. Dyer, told them Fri
night here. I can be happy sitting at
peace. ,
crete Construction.
excellent condition.
In the army day night what to do to prevent It. New RiverBy Building I
re-enllsted Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrews the foot of a stone listening to,
enroute to their M. J. Sapp of Lake Butler wasa Can arrange terms, mortgage to suit
were and family were visiting Mr. and I the bltiejays squalling wisdom in
dinner guest of Mrs. Eddie Norman The School purchaser.This .
Ion in Pensacola. I Mrs. H. H. Howard of Brooker I the trees. I wonder now why I I'
W T Crosby and Saturday. . . . \
d Sirs e Sunday afternoon. followed IKJ long the drum, and represents opportunity to buy Central
Mr. and Mr/and Mrs. R. M. Crosby were
Larry Hugh and, daugh-I vlaltllng relatives in Jacksonville Church services were held Sun- Several from this community the tambourine? Why I let myself City property at leas than cost to build on

Ircus Conner Crosby and Sunday. day morning and evening at the attended services at Dedan Church be hurt with unkind words? Why today's<< market. This building must be sold I
e, and Long Branch Christian Church near Brooker Sunday afternoon those idle tears at loss of certain as owner has other business interests. Will

AJutttmtmtnlT with the Rev. D. A. Greek. of when Coleman Padgett was ordained earthly things I treasured? Now I arrange long term lease for suitable tenant.
Jacksonville in charge. as a minister. have learned to live, for I can It I

L \ From where sit..../ Joe.Marsh.Our Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bradley and Mr. and Mrs Thomas Grangerand find beauty and contentment any- .
whete. I do not beat
children and Mr. and Mrs. John family have moved near upon
Moody of Jacksonville spent the Hampton. the breast of fate and cry out. -

week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Joe G. W. Andrews C. E. Andrewsand I humbly bow my head and say, -- t

town has a Moody. son. Gene, made a business "Lord, Thy will be done." I come _

Rev. and Mrs. D. A. Greek and trip to Gainesville Monday up smiling, ready for anythinglife -.y !
Clyde Loadholtz of Jacksonville Mr. and :Mrs. Chester Moody has to hand out. I am well

Housing Shortage and Rev. Fred Dodd of Mldlakes and family of Lake Butler were fortified with faith and prayer. EFFICIENT l lr

were dinner guests of Mr. and visiting Mr. and ,Mrs. Joe Moody Earthly things shall all In due k "Iof I

Mrs. S. L. Crews and family Sun- Sunday.Mrs. time pass away but if we believeon conduct and dealing with better
\:t, there's a real housing that happens, Sara and I just pass day. Everette Lane and small Him we shall be with our thoughtfulness and economy in all our

i in our town, as I guess around :four sparkling glasses of Mrs H. L. Johns and Mrs. daughter, Joe Ann, of St. Petersburg Father In the place He has prepared serving-these mark the reputable

|m yours,too. good beer...and that reminds Pledger Johns were visiting Mr. I spent the week with her for us. Those out In my quality of this well known firm .
Cole for instance is everybody that there are still a lot mother. Mrs. N. G. Moody. Mr. audience who read this, no matter ,
r and Mrs Jonnle Andrews of Lake I
friendly r&ciouspleasuresthat Lane Joined them later In the what you have lost, a home, a
J 41 1
his home with a brother- Butler Sunday. They are the I
the best of child, anything you cherished; dry
help us make II
Connecticut. Six chitcan
from proud parents of a new daughter, week.Mrs.
:Mary Dekle of Jackson- your team, do not fret. Life Isbut I
d a dog in one family; four things. who has been named Lillie Myrtle ville and, mother, Mrs. Oscar Dekleof a wisp of fog between us and DEWITT C. JONES

and three cats }In the From where I sit.it's great to be Andrews.Mr. Lake Butler were visiting Mrs. the aun. Then we shall have back AMBULANCE SERVICE i

able to relax during this strain of and Mrs. P. J. McGinn of ,Della Thomas Sundav afternoon. what once we stayed to weep.

d Reefer how they got along postwar living with a beverage Pensacola were visiting Mr. and L. C. --demons of Gainesville Now, while others seek In toast Funeral Director I

|r especially the grown- that's truly moderate and whole Mrs. E. L. Kelly and family over spent the weekend with Mr. and and dance to be merry, I listen STARKffi PHONE 7

n't they get a little edge?. some, truly friendly. the weekend. Mrs. J. W. Upchurch. with gentle quietness to the songof /
\\e noise and crowding Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Lewis of Conservation Officers, J. W. the whip-poor-will and have Our local funeral home enables us to
tt Brooker were visiting Mr. and Dukes of Worthington Springs peace. I would that all adults offer conveniences and tervicat; not
r'looks. at me with a twin 8ce AAdpn Mrs. C. E. Andrews Sunday after- and M. L. Johns made a business could: hear the bell strike ere you otherwise pwtilable.

he says. "And when I trip to Santa Fe Lake Wednesday. follow in futility the beat of the '
and relatives of Ken- Mrs. A. A. Sweat and small drum and tambourine which only We furnish the highest type service' at the lowest price. and

CopfHght, 1946, l/Wt/ \ that he has a discharge from the and ment. Maturity needs peace, quietness
and Mrs. Carl Nettles as payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation ;
navy. At this time he and his family Sunday. companionship and prayer. carries no obligation o or
Jd e wife and small son are at Orange Mrs. Everette Land and small Love shall have Its toll of me,

Springs. daughter, 'Jo Ann, of St. Petersburg I[ have honey for every bee and i
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Andrewswere and Mrs. N. G. Moody and seeds for every winging bird. Ism

visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mr. and :Mrs C. A. Johns. Jr., of only a school teacher, homeless -

r< Edwards Sunday afternoon In Lake Butler were visiting Mr. and and poor, but I learned much

i Brooker.Mr. Mrs. M. L. Johns and family MOn- when I was a WAC.I .

r Sr ".; and Mrs. Math Sapp and day night. now have twelve requests for i

kr* ri daughters, Clara Lee and Judy, of Mrs. Van Oughtner and small apron patterns. Women who

i Lake Butler were visiting Mr. and son, Buddie of South Carolina and understand and speak my lan- r .
Mrs. E. A. Sapp Sunday after- Mrs. Mary Sue Willis and babyof guage. God bless you all.-Lura.

.. I noon. Lake Butler were visiting Mr.

r Conservation officer M. L. Johns and Mrs. J. M. Kerce Thursday n U/OKK
tilti P,' received 200 Imported quail from lafte.rnoon.
+ Laredo, Texas Friday and distributed Conservation Officer UL' ana Mrs. Dogs on the farm, as well as

spa, u them throughout the coun- J. Simmons of Archer were visit those elsewhere, should be vacci-
M. L. Johns nated against rabies once a year, f
Ing Mr. and Mrs. !
f ofa ty.Mrs.. H. H. Howard and daughter Monday. as any animal that Is bitten bya that is our pledge

Jeanette, of Brooker were Mrs Harry Honabach and son rabid dog may contract the dis to

visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. E. An- Eddie, of Arlington, Va., are ease. you H

drews Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. spending a while with her brother y ;
With us the customer has always been right. ,
S. L. Crews and Mrs. E. In-law and slater, Mr. and Mrs. QUICK RELIEF FROM .
In Gainesville We realize that in order to keep your patronage I ;
shopping Andrews.
A. Sapp were Rudolph
of Distress Arising
Tuesday.Mr. i Symptoms and obtain your repeat business we must

and Mrs. C. E. Andrews HOW WK CAN BEAUTIFYOUR STOMACH ULCERSDUE please you. That It* our aim In life. If at

made a business trip to Lake City COMMUNITYThis : EXCESS ACIDFraooekTsaseINomeTr.atnwntthet any time we do not satisfy you !Please let

Tuesday.Mr. ( is third in a series of articles u.i know. ...1
and Mrs. R. J. Turner and on beautification preparedby
Must tUlp or It Will COlt You NettingOvor
Sunday with of the 9th Grade
son Wilbur, spent students
million bottlmof the PHONE 133
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kite of Rai- Civics Class at BUS.) THE two ATM fcNT h v.beer "' I ro."uerol
Idell LandrumThe rymnwm oldl..t'.ar W lnn from sCMmm
ford.Mr. By and Duwi.n Ulcm due to CUM: .Aetd-- ROUT. 315
and Mrs. Guy Andrews and beautifying of streets by Peer nia.dl.n Sour or Upset et.ne.h.
children of Starke had supper planting trees and shrubbery, addsgreatly i QM.ln.... M..rtht cM. tl..pt--.' GREEN Temple
.... l trial ,
dun tn a. AeM. "lrl..n 15< "
1- t with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrewsand to the beauty of a com I uik for ..Wlll...... MMUKI" which jr tisli.aytuius /
children Wednesday night. munity. Providing parks and thU'LII\Iot.-f.' e-e. Owner Aye. L

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moody made playgrounds, not only keeps children I KOCH DRUG STOREJPESSARD

&. business trip to Lake City and occupied and happy, It also

High Springs Tuesday. beautifies the neighborhood, provided F-
Mr. Williams of the State Farm that It U well kept. A

skcysAFTER was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl careful plan of a community that L.

Nettles and son Saturday after- allows much room for home "

makes a city more. attractive, for HOLLANDSTATES ,. $ LEARNTO :

noon.Mr.. and Mrs. J. I.. Johns madea I who likes to see homes crowded "
business trip to High Springs Into such small paces that there I : ",

Saturday afternoon. 'Is no room for trees and sunlight? r ........ tif/<,. Fly !

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hodge and If everyone would take enough)

children attended church services pride In his surroundings and

She's looking for potash because ittakes at the State Farm Sunday.M. plant flowers keep vacant lot. under the .

L. Johns and sons, M. L. Jr., cleaned off, provide adequate garbage -I
potash to make succulent legume pastures and Charlie Cowen, made a business disposal and pick up papers '.-

high in minerals-the kind that livestock prefer. trip to Worthington Springs and other trash In his own neigh- G. I. BILL OF RIGHTS eat

Friday night. borhood It would help more than ?

Covers and all other legumes'are heavy feeders most people could. possibly Imagine -
00 ITEMS RECEIVED TOO With everyone, children
potash. When seeding or top-dressing leg. FOR LAST WEEK'S ISSUE and adults black and white, work-

lines Mr and Mrs. Wilbert Mann and beautifying a city
for Ing together,
hay;pasture, or cover crops, make sure daughter of Ocala were visitingMr. would be an easy matter.

that there is enough potash in your soil and fertlZer Eustace. and Mrs.Lee H.Kelly 1* Johns of the Sunday.University STARKE AIR PORT.

to balance the other plant foods and insure of Florida spent the week- Beware Coughsfrom .

|heavy growth of value. If are in end with his parents Mr. and colds
high'feeding you Mrs. E. L. Kelly and family. common

doubt as to the of soil consult Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Pattersonand -
fertility your your Mrs. Morrell and daughter That Hang On For Information :

official agricultural adviser regarding soil tests Daisy, of Lake City spent Sun- be-
afternoon with Mr. and Mrs Creomulsion relieves proorptly Call V. S. St. John142 a.
lad day eu0ifci goes right to the seal 01 the
proper fertilization. M. L. Johns and family. trouble to help!! JooaeD and expel I
Mrs. Ruby Mae Perkins. Mrs perm laden phlem. and aid natureto STATESSENATE
soothe and heal raw. tender. Inflamed
R're and Willie Poppell )
Htforfnt Information ana literature: Annie Colson bronchial membranes.TelI I or
of Ctarke: were visiting Mr. and your druggist to sell you .
W, Andrews Tuesday bottle of CreouiUi.Ion with the undentandlnK -
;; Mrs.afternoon.G. a you must like the way It FLORIDA and !*. Notion Maj. Richard G. Kidd, A.U.S. Re*.
of Jacksonville QUietly allays the coucn: or you areto Ntetlln tile UiHtaf Slates
,N.w. .......-.- ti.J).Co W. A. Shiver have your money' back.CREOMULSION. Scoot IUd Outstanding Service "

::-.:::", A-..... h..... a a..IoeI c:-.-".. spent the weekend with friends .s Holland Gov ot Wartime at Phone 63
.. A--. .. ..... here
u- L/-1 C.-.v Governor and os Sfoto Senator
Mrs. Arle Brown of Starke for Counts Chest Cold,B ronchitls I, .' ,

I spent the weekend with Mr. a.nd{ I t'i .....,. ". J r ". I




15, 1046, In, above named I I 13, 1948. County Telegraph shall publish this Aa Clerk
the new year. location for the courts and to submit April the of Bald
tiWoman"s[ Club Court and cause, wherein plaintiff (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs Order In next tour weekly Issues. By Lucille Court! '
The group voted to go on recordas an estimated cost. .. Unfit divorce Bradford .Hans-Supper Event approving he proposed erection Plans were also made for a Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Zach H. Douglas, Gainesville Fla. Starke. Florida, this_ March 14, R. II. Duncan 617 LYAth C-
4t 4-6
next four weekly Issues. Atty, for Plf. 3-16 1948. Jackeonvllle Florid sly\
of two tennis courts as was covered dish supper at the April Witness my hand and official seal (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas 3-U 4t t-, a. Atty.
The Junior Woman's Club held suggested to the city council bya meeting to honor all new mem- at Starke, Florida, thin March 12, IN CIRCUIT COIJUT. B AI>FORDrol'NTY. fad

Its March meeting: .In the club group of Interested persons, at bers and returned old members. 19411.(OFFICIAL SEAL) A.S.: Thomas, :: Kt-OHIUAl. CHANCEItY. 1

Mnuae Wednesday night of I last their last 'meeting. A committee, A. Clerk of said Court.i Mary Prlvett. Plaintiff vs. William
-"-. All March ends the current By Lucille C. Conner D. C. H. Prlvett Defendant. Ca s e No. EVERY BRANCH i
composed of Miss Fran Peek, Mrs. E. L. Wilson Dies T. Frank l..andrum, Starke Florida OF
dear, annual report of officers C. J. Devlin and Mrs. W. C. Pow- Aty. for Pit. 3-15 4t 4-5 U88.ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND

tplere given and plans made for ell NOTICE TO APPEAR
was-"appointed to> suggest a
E. L. Wilson, father of Mrs. STATE OF FLORIDA tot William -
-- -, S. E. Sparks of this city died IY! CIRCUIT, VLOUIUAl COI'RT. BRADFORDCOUNTY IM CHAN- B. Prlvett. whose. residence Is
at his home in Green Cove CHRY.MamU Blytheville on iflSUPaflceHe
Lee Howard Plaintiff, vs. You are required. to appear
Springs at 8:15: a. m. Thursday. James Henry Howard, Defendant. April 15, 1918. In the above nam-
ed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff -
Clothing! Details about the funeral service Case ORDER No. 4485.OF PUBLICATIONAND seeks divorce. Bradford County

,. were not known at press time NOTICE] TO APPEARSTATK Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issues.Witness this. OrderIn
OF FLORIDA to: JamesHenry official. seal
CEMETERY WORKING Howard. whose. residence la at Starke,my Florida, this. March 13,

: SesFOR There will be.a cemetery'work- Unknown.You are required to appear on 1948.OFFICIAL SEAL. A. J. Thomas, A
and ( C. Wall
April. 15, 1946, In the above Agency
-- Ing at the Drown 'Cemetery near Court: and cause, wherein plaintiff 'I As Clerk of said, Court.Gainesville. Fla.,
.' Sampson City on Saturday, March nHpkrf divorce. TTiulford County Zach Atty. H.for Douglas Pit 3-15 4t'tDI ,
Telegraph shall publish thin OrderIn
23. All interested
persons are .
next four weekly ''I Imuns.Witness I -
urged to attend and bring tools my hand and official NOTICF] Years
Over 50
seal. at Starke, Florida, this :March!! NOTICE IS IIEIU C'Y GIVEN that Constant<<
tr" working. 12 1946. the undersigned IH engaged in business -
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas under the fictitious name of
The Entire IV CIIICUIT COIIIIT./ IlIlAOFono AM Clerk of Raid Court. Howling- Brothers. located at Please Phone 146
FamilyEvery ('fUIN'.'". FLOIIIUtl IN cISRY.Mamie T. Frank Land rum, Starke, Florida far the said fictitious name In the
Wllkernon Anderson Plain Atty. for Plf. 3-15 4t -5IM Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
tiff, vs. John T, Andersen, Defendant. Court of Bradford County Fla. r
C'axe No. 447H.: : niiririT COURT IIU\DKOI> W. E. Dowling, Starke Fla.
day bargain day ANU NOTICK TO APPEAR .
STATE Of FLORIDA toi: John T. ,Louisa Willis Plaintiff vs. James IN CIRCriT COI'RT, BRADFORDl'OIINTY.
ndm-Hon, whose rexldonce, l Is unH I :Willis. Defendant.. fane No. 4487. VLORIIIAl IN CHAN- CLASSIFIEDFOR

att.e. *' * *, .known.>Y"u are required. to appear on, ORDER ANI NOTICE OV PUBLICATION TO APPHAH tKHV.Robert .T. Dawklnn Plaintiff, "".. _
April II., 1948 In the'Above namedCourt STATE OF FLORIDA to: James Hertha Mae Dawklns, Defendant. SALE House trailer with FOR
and cause wherein plaintiff ElALE-rrnt.tlt'RIII
Willis, whose residence la Chero- Case No.
necks divorce and restoration. ofmutden Ghee, Alabama. OKDER UJF PUHLICATIONANT tires,' custom. built fair condi -well furnished 3 bodronng0 aeM
nllmo.1orluHurtl: County You are> required to appear on > NOTICE TO APPEAR tion. Reasonable. inquire Coca- able location, lot 00.210
Telegraph shall! publish this Order April 16, 1946, In the above named STATE OF FLORIDA to: BerthaMae Cola plant. Itp able, easy terms. Wrllf&h
In next four weekly iHsuen.Wltnexs Court find cause, wherein plaintiff Dawklns, whose residence Is or call No. 1.FURNITURE 1
STAR inv hand and official sealat seeks divorce. Bradford County Route No. 7, Gainesville.to Ueorffla. FOR SALE-1 6-room. house completely -
furnished with I electricrefrllruratol'
Starke, Florida, this March 8, .
Telegraph Khali publish this OrderIn You are required appear on MADE To
electric onn
and hot
) 1948. next four weekly issues.Witness ., I April 16, 1048, In the above namCourt lots Cedar cheats, cabinet ..
water heater. 3 adjoining punt
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs my hand and official .* sod rinse, wherein plaintiff ,348or lawn furniture. :Name Uui
Clerk of said Court. seal at Starke, Florida, thin March seeks. divorce. BradfordllllllllltllllllllllUIIIINIIIIIIIIIIIIIII newly fenced. P. O. Box I make It. Also, furnliuri
If. O. Brown Starke, Florida. apply 311 B. Church St. tf. and retl nlxhed. m'
Atty. for Plf. 3.15 4-5 .,. .. Now tin b,"
,, ,,
"i'10'' '"" """" / '';eelIIa.,, 'Crillltllllllllllll.llMlllllllUtllOUR '' '' ''"""'""""""II11111111AlIUII111111111111111111111111NIINIIIIIIIIIIII1N' '"rP near Cooks Store on Jack..
I LIST YOUR FARM CITY AND I highway. McCorrt ,'
i\ CIRCUIT Vii'T. 'BIUnFonn BUSINESS PROPERTY .'' Novelty Shop. W r( siuSj: ,
(01'1''' FLORIDAI| IN C"U: V.
.. Ann atudstlll. Plaintiff; vs. Jack CHUFA SEED- 1945
Htiidstlll, Uefendunt. Class\ No. germinated, no nut crop nl
UU.ORDEI 9\1! 00-100; 80-lb.
OF PUBLICATIONAND Jfh STROUT aEhaTAT/9: $9. f. o, b. shipping point n'l
STATE OF FLORIDA to Jack Greatest advertiser of country at. your county u"
office No
Htudstlll, whose residence Is un- property. Has made over t' o. d. orders am'John
J. P. Make' ROBERTSREPRESENTATIVE known. 13JMO sales of Homes-KsirtnsArr Walton cj-rpirtabl Dart,
You are required to appear on *.ee. Barer from sill over the a.
April 15, 1010, In the above named YOU World. Free open listing.. '
Court and cause. wherein plaintiff TO Eo A. STROUT REALTY AGENCY HOME MADE SOAP fr u],
seeks divorce. Bradford County Pulluma. 807 East loth St.
Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Represented Locally By a'i I
next four weekly Issuer IIOLLINGSWORTH
F. C.
Witness mv ham ami official.seal PACKAGE. FOUND In; car. Oi)
To The State LegislatureFrom at Htarke, Florida/.thin March 13, 116 So. Walnut St. may have by Identifying MI!
1948. Ing-'for ad. -Apply to Newii;
(OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. :J. ThomasAs A off ioe.
MATTRESSES of all kinds
renovated -
Clerk of said Court.H. .
Bradford County 0., Brown Starke, Florida ; furniture. upholstered a.nd"reflnl"h..d FOR, SALE-New H.immhr, | |
Drop us a card. Ing sow. lite. 2,
Atty. for Pit. 3.114t 4-5 box 91)),
HASTINGS MATTRESS CO., Ew bronn, eprlnifs. Highway
?&r II J<;.STANDS FOR: IV! 'lIlrlTIT cornT. BRADFORD 230, Palatka Fla. tf II

fin CKIIV.fOITY, FI.OIIIUAl. IV CIIAN- A- Words without appropriate action are FOR SALE-1 '7-room house com-I FOR SALE ToKftcnhurjSimilk '

.4? Jluxpltal John Williams. Plaintiff vs. EssieWilliams. I ,pletely, furnished with oat. will give 6 quart
r S and builton g frigerator, heater and' day I B. Jordan, Rle.
Defendant Case No. 4484. I meaningless. Confidence trust are gas range 1
I- l For( Bradford County: ORDER OF PUBLICATION hot water heater. P. O. Box'au I 304, Starke Fla. To right
:"r AND NOTICE TO APPEAR continueto or apply all S.,Church St.'Starket highway 48.
performance,notpromises.To tf
;More Slate Federal Funds Williams, whose residence Is unknown VICTOR AND BLUEBIRD pk
merit a reputation for reliability in this OIRL-23, desires lob Three year graph records now for slDahmer's <
'For te6ads. In County You are required to appear on office experience but would be Gift Shop.
Interested. In other of work.
consider each types
community, we prescription Can type. Write P. O. Box 468 FOR RENT-All furnished b

; Ilardfiurfaclng Main Lateral W.C.T.U. brought us a challenge. or telephone No. 114. 2-23 4t trailer to,sewer running, under water roof and, II bed

Roads Throughout County 4, electric stove, clone In, p
rK1 FOR SALE-13 acres of land, with 00.
Only the finest pharmaceuticals the market affords 20x24 foot log house, celled. 3500.
JUST THINKING cash or terms. 3 mile southeastof WANTED-Male office can
Better Public Schools used in It is filled promptly by Il Stark: In Kenny Oflffts set Oood opportunity for (nenerffstlo
are your prescription. .
i tlement. Owner W. L.l, Llndsey man. Rtpl:
J was Just thinking, slavery 119 N. Orange Ave., .Ft. Meade O. Boa40TAKEN Ioune
? More Adequate WM abolished In the United competent:pharmacist! and. carefully doiibl.-checked Fla. a-1 4tp
,, UP-with my hoo;I b
1 r1 School Lunch Program more States slaves In 1863 now by:than there there are for accuracy.. Ten only, do we feel ourobligation to Fountain\URPLUS: corner DDT Walnut BOMB&-Madison Auto- sow please with come white by hind and legi.pay 0

Starke. tf lit
week'sfeed Inn get
were before the Emancipation. fulfilled. Lasts,.
you W. Strong, Box; 163.
But: now the slaves Instead of FOR SALE-Pure Jersey cow with
Age Pension supported second calf heifer. No faults..
being by their owners Price IMS. Wm. F. Con., Crosby FOR SALE Beautiful builnw
pay for.the privilege of CA5EIE-I-I: 's Lake Road at city7' limit. 3-1 atp residential lots .In moat d..l
location In Starke Mrs
NO NEW TAXES being slaves by baying the Madlaon 8i
FOR SALE-Qn. kerosene refrigerator Nollman, 201 W. :
FOR ANY PURPOSEA products of the liquor and tobacco "Your REXALL Drug Score"Phone used little good as new. 9.1
companies. At price to move. W., H. Gunter, hECENTLT Man'i
LOST' por
Vote for Roberts A, 'Vote -Mary Starck, Keer In Na- 64 Starke Fla. Waldo, Fla. 3-1 4tp 'book. Finder please and keep vili.papers .
and checks
tional FOR .
Voice. SALE-Fancy seed cane, 3 ,
For Your Own Best Interests Hear lion. William D. Up- '"11"111111111'1'111"11'11111"1111I11I"1111111"11"1'11I'11'1" '' '"' ' : ognrt"Imminiuevnmnnmnoo.' '' ''' ,, ,, ; '' '' '' '' """",.nmmnrnnnu, ;,, .........,,.... cents per atalk. Apply Den-.- End Grocery to Loran.
shaw at the Tabernacle, Fri- : marK's furniture store.

day evening March 22nd., 7:30


Ritz Theatre-Starke .


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From 3 P.Shows M. 125 E. CALL ST. (Formerly Jacobs) S1'ARKE: j Jf. 4',1

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46.le required whereto to appear plaintiff named 011 .w..e

,.au..nd., aHradtord restoration County of I >
amo' tbla Order
shall I publish I 18sue...
ur weband and official
arke. .f"rida. tbls Feb- ,

"REAL) A. J. Thoma.. T .<<

Chard tandrurp. Court.. Starke 3.L. Flortda U 8.83lt. fr...'' "P.t ,

I :..:',: 1 #i Z tpa,1 '.
,ry is t1IIANRoftman I .I

Plalntlte. va j
},sffman. .fendant. Case "

pl.BL1CATION. l Iil
1Of TO API'I:AItwhussrCNidenen
l ono UIJA to: tl ale.h388 I.I'

.. .. Park
EntlL ... I
venue I.,.. !\
r. to appear on ..
e''I lr thl above. vllLlntlrt named !

\, esu"' u wnn a dfoiil County: "
this' Order II II
Kali pui.llxli
I r
1,1)' N III'" :
ply' mind. led ,-UlclBI seal S 1
'hie' FebruaryI.IjL.
p 1111 ?

.), J, Thomas r
,t said I'"ur'' .
'-' nesvllle. \ .
E'I;:" '-I 4t 3-23 ; I t

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(01111\, lilt llFl.Oltlllt ... f '
11\ .ItAN-

mine Marcus. Plaintiff. '.v f Ii
1 1. L MUICUH, Defendant.

:::3F':) PUBLICATION: "{
Oh' FLORIDA: Claude.
whose residence and ad- :
l nknown. 1$; .
f. required to appeal"on .it.. ,. f I
mms, In the above na.medd '1 I Cat
cause, wherein plaintiff yl .
lorce and restoration of t
., J ;
lonrae. Bradford County
1 ball publish this Order "(
lour weekly Issues 0
I hand and official
lurke. Florida. this Feb- : .. '. ::1
.... !
TT [
19JiAL: ) A. J. Thomas.I .a.,' "
I ald Court. '
I Landrum, Murk. Florida .. 1,1
pit, 3-1 4t 3-22

IIIT BHinponnIt :: 1. STILL URGENTLY NEEDED. As long as the r Now. more than ever' I
Cot UT x
FI.UIIIII 1e C1IANIraham Red Cross is needed, clubs and canteens ;.4't ei' .j \ f.1 l k.

km, )),t Plaintiff n"unt. VH Cane. James No. I will offer a touch' of home to. GIs in w f1 + ,z he needs your \. <}f',1; '

R OF PUBLICATION ,#ti. Germanyandapan.Andmeanwhlleflood ...,+1 ,:, I'I''Vi

[:NOTICE>OF FLORIDA TO APPEAL to: James and disaster will require instant emer z e an, i .. ." Red Cross i, :
Ira, whose residence In un- .
lr. required to appear on gency service here at home. Give now! pax. 4 R ,, ty .> , '.." ':
1 1146 In the above named 'I! 4Me It
Id wherein plaintiff I'
Yore shall cause.. publish Bradford this Countyh Order V-DAY is history but Victory over war's effects It.

four weekly los",... .: : '
I my hand and official on our disabled service men is far in the future! I I ', :

Clarke, Florida thin Feb- 't, NECESSARY FOR YEARS. The slow conva t". '.
\ .
1916 And thousands of Red Cross stillin .
women are
AL SKVL) A. J. Thomas \
lescence of I in hose w*
i of said Court. a crippled veteran a r''
pumnce, Law ExrhangeJarkgonvUle j. e+s active heart-warming service-abroad and at ,,,' M1'yfy ;
FlorIda : '. pltal calls for months of unflagging, gen ;, !

r Plf. ,_:: 8-t 4t-b'J-22- .." .." "I.t nine sympathy and encouragement froja home-still helping''io lift the burdens of 'worf; .- ,+ !i'f1"--. .

hit COURT 'DR.\OP'ORO 4 '' tied homesick GIs. yr i '
ri, FLOHIIMI ix: CIIAND. ; Red Cross social. workers. This kind ofservice '+ :-crippled-discouraged- 1, 1 1

' Eptlnir Plaintiff vs. ." '.. '. must be available for years. To e ? This is the war that never ends-calling on the w' r I,
Epting- Defendant. Case I t
: make it possible give now. t the services that f* rtf
f;NOTICE R OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR: Jt .. r ti. Red Cross for must never fail ; .

h 1 OF FLORIDA tot Kaslpf our victorious troops-and calling on 'IIDU for f"
whose residence. I I. unlr ", :AI; "f

required to appear on the contributions that are needed ; .
11949. In the above named '
[id cause, wherein plaintiff "ALWAYS READY." Disaster, flood, and -j now-even more than they were :. .
vorce Bradford County '
I four ti shall weekly publlHh Usuea.this Order. ,I I. .epidemic must never find the Red Cross a in the years of battle!

f" my hand and official : ,era render instant, effective 4 "_ '' ,
iHtarke. Florida, this Feb- unprepared to ,;
I94Q I
|f AL 8KU. A. J. Thomas I service on the spot-and getting the rL. 7 \. a .Jit. r ,
i of laid Court
>urranoe Law Exchange injured away to safety. Your contribution f' ? ..
_. Jaikminvllle, Florida I .
r nr s-i it 8.88rtIT .' .exwill make effective service possible at 4 ;i.ev ,

COFRT. R\nFORO'' .' '; : once-everywhere! ; ', i;., :I. '

J FLUItlUt 1> (;I,AN- '. "
Fnty. c, 1'.11 \;
Plaintiff va. Robert 1
-f ndant Case No. 1136.


(.hooe;d.ore."n.'M cause r,residence.q In lrd the wherein to above and'appear plaintiff address named on : :': 'YOUR Red Cross MUST CARRY ONUS ( p.r '

fch, ..hall. publishothi.. OrderItlsue. .
; .; eekly : 11 -
m9 .
hand and official
| '
J \
Starke ,
Florida thl. Feb- ,
'AL 16. ', .''.:}' ,.,
BEAL) A. Thoma.. ..... ,
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I f Brplf-koLlndeumo8tarke. Florida 3 ,'f: ..fI .', .'-:', '," f. ,..
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err 'Ot'RT X'.. "': i
I'LORID.\I.BRADFORD 1r yet'y., .r I >

.:. IX CHAN. ii' Store : ... Starke Taxi Service ',i ':" ; l ;
B. Whale Whale1), Defendant.Plaintiff;Case: vs, tj" ( ,; :, Priest 5c to $1 .:'. fM L \ 'L. '' I' : '.le .: '
I" : '
&a 011' PUBLIcATIO' J' .1 i $! .<::0' :.4 ;"off/ I ... ere.) ', ,,
NOTICE!! TO A}> \ .* .
OF )
: hh.\ ,. I ,. 1
er whose Maidepe.ins*.** '. t 1 ...... ... :.at.. If .' ,," J I
Laurel Delaware. ; a,' s +.. -! : J
"n.. require to appear on l ii..NH'. ,.} : .. .Kidd's. Sinclair ServiceGarden's t. '
1916 In .*.L i' 'J
ehh* above named> Electric'Service : j'
ruse, Winkler ;, : : :,
d .
wherein plaintiff ; ; ; ;If- I ;
heal Bradford.Ceusty '. f( .r t n; .,. 'I .. I
four weekiy.Ieehu.e.Order. . .of. ...11I.; _.I'. . ... ..'oil.;. .. ". t
.a fay hand ,, !,O..-.. I. _) : :" \ .. .',

ill, Plorld. and this Official Itarchbth.IAL 'seal. '". ..11. t. '.. ..Ihry ,tu .. i 11"I' ? 1' :. Jj.. "',v'r.... I .. ,: r j r .:.

BEAU Thomas. (! z
A. J. ;.: .
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'lie)Ptrndrum of Co laid(''Inn"Coun,'starke. I*. 2-8 C. Florida It IU .,\.JHtJlitIf.-.ire ;". J ,Temple & Lake Service.51 a tie. ; .....,.. .. .,, :, '. : ._ mce Station -. :>>;. ;4> .

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1'1" aRADroaD "'d : ..... r -
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Andrews 'SI1.,.. ..I'i4>. .Ibd! '
P1al tUf.
Johnston o-. Defendant John Denmark .Furniture Co. :
Serviceni _t. M' : ,
OER p P"tmLJCATIOf'e .. ., ir ., Strickland's Taxi .. ; I t / .

'e:NOTIel': TO APPIiIAR 1 .. .' i''''' ,:,: f. .r ... :
to: ROTreeldeno ,.f, e _. '" '. '< ;''. '" I
18veywEoDe 'i :1 Ji .
s. { : ,.. ." .,1, ,. f. .\
d, '.-(, nron,. W..E..AUa_ .' '"' ........ ., ... ," ', :.

21.194''.''ulreel III to appear on ,... "' ,; .i.14: 1I".j"! ,., \, /",. 1.
tll. allo.. I.J.
Florida Power & 'I CI
nnllll1lelll cause. Wherein plaiDUff Furniture Co. S .Light t o. !
Nems aDd reato.atlo.. of :M; i : Dragger $ : .
/ hall pubU.Bradfordh _< ,Comntythl ...,.' e.. -- 1.r> f
OWe ....
oar .
eq r yetl.od. t.Nu"- "r '-
lark. and off lei* .
t9. IIN' Pior Ida, this r.b- I : 1y! .. I i

"V r t t"dl'1UQ SEAL aid: )Cola", Starke.A.. 3. Florida Thomas Magnolia Hotel Charley E. Johns Agency : ;

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are engaged In
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v* y"W1'* :
... } East Call d0.t
, ">e ?...Illtend"*"". t ln. the. Of- J.t1 ._ "' -, _.-"I"-'..._:... I
of '''Clerk of tbe Circuit _.rW_"' .I'1w' '!ot.. iP'IL' *' JIIIU! ;:", "
1 It County. Fla. I-1 'J" .. : f .
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,(1.'I III.

IN CIR"VIT"COURT- BRADFORD STATE! OF FLORIDA to: Ernest seal at Stark.. Florida, this Feb- No. 4443 Telegraph
COUNTY. FLOIUDAI IN CHAN- V. McClelland. whose residence 1kDSIIFART rworrr-io. 1948.OFFICIAL ORDER PUBUICJVTIOlf In next four shall PUbll'b
CKRV. Fort Bill Oklsvhoma. ( SEAL)' A. J. Thomas AND NOTICE TO APPBJAK Witness weeki y .ipyl thl'
! Joseph Trlnsrall! Jr. Plaintiff ... You are required to appear on As Clerk of said Court.T. STATE OF FLORIDA to; Jamas at Starke,my hand all
Rose Cermola TrlnBall, Defendant. March 26. 1$4>> In the above Frank Landrum Stark Florida L. Forbes, whose residence Is un 18, Ut8. Florida< tbll f1e10
Case No. 4460.ORDER named Court and cause, w..I.plaintiff Atty.; for Pit. 1-23 tt 316IN known. (
: OF PUBLICATION seeks divorce. Bradford You are required to appear on A.OFFICIAL SEAL) v
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR County Telegraph shall publish thlllOr".r ) April 1, 1 44. In the. above named Zach Clerk. of Bald CourAt t'Atty
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Hose In next four weekly Issues.Witness CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD Court and cause, wherein plaintiff II. DOUl'llIe,
?' Cermola Trlnflrall, whose residenceand my hand and official ,COUNTY FLORIDA* IN VHA.N- seeks! dlvoroe. Bradford County ; for Pit. oaiM.dWIN
EVERYBODY address I* 2392 S3rd Street seal at Utarke, Florida, this February CIORY.Rdmund. Frederick Bouffard. Telegraph shall publish this Order 1:1.:
Astoria, Long Island N. Y. 14, 1946.OFFICIAL >> In next four weekly Issues. CIRCUIT COt"T I.
ENJOYS EATING You are required to appear on ( SEAL) A. 1. Tbo...*. Plaintiff .vs. Elsie Ma 4426 Bouffard.Defendant. ,. Witness my hand and official seal VERY.FLORID.1:i
Case No.
April 8th 1948. In the above named As Cleric of said Court. at Stark, Florida, this February
ATPARK Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Zach II. Douglas, Gainesville Fla. ORDER OF PUBLICATION 18, 1946.OFFICIAL. Robert F. Euhanke
of minor for Pit. Z-H 4t a-lC AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Virginia R. Pla1nul!
seeks divorce and custody Atty. EUbankl
) A. J. ,
STATE OF FLORIDA to: ElateMae Thomas Case No. Uti..ORDER lkl
children. Bradford County Telegraph Aa Clerk of said Court.
Bouffard. whose residence andaddress .
The CAFE shall publish this. Order innext IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORDCOUNTY is unknown.You I Zach II. Douglas, Gainesville, Fla. AND OF PtBLICATI
four my weekly hand Isnues.Witness and official ..al FLORIDA IN 5th, : March 36. 1948, In the above R. Eu ban k.. Fr..oRIDA :
at Htarke Florida this floc-Y.Thhrp.n; :;
Rldcewar. Plaintiff named Court and cause, wherein i IN!< CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD Fulton reldeapehusett. ,
t 1946.(OFFICIAL SEAL,) A. J. Thomas. Defendant., vs. William Case Edward No. 4424.Kldceway, plaintiff County Telegraph seek divorce shall Bradford publish :! COUNTY: FLORIDA IN CHANCERY ... .. Street MedCorll"
As Clerk of said Court.
Delicious Regular Meals By Lucille C. Conner D. C. ORDER OF PUBLICATION this Order In next four weekly Issue i Mary Jane Trembler, Plaintiff vs. April You 1.are r..qulred to ,
Florida Albert James Trombley, Defendant.Case tlte
T. Frank Landrum Starke.
-21 STATE OF FLORIDA to: William witness my hand and official No. 4443.ORDER seeks and cauae, "ber.l.
au ,
Healthful Vegetable Plates Atty. for Pit. Edward Rtdeway. whose residence seal at Stark, Florida, this February divorce Bra Dit
-. and address Is No. 9 Madden Drive.Dorcherter 20, 194A.OFFICIAL .' Telegraph shall 1> ,
Short Orders CIRCUIT Terrace Navy Yard, ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, NOTICE TO APPEAR In next four and""ue4
South Carolina.You As Clerk of said Court.T. : Wltne.s my hand
COUNTY. VXORIDAI IN CH.V- are required to appear on Frank Landrum 8tark:: Florida, James Trombley whose. residenceIs at Starke, Florida< tthtrl'
CEIIY. March 25, 1948, In the above nam- Att,. for Pit. 1-22 4t 3-16 IS lU8.
John 8.: Blank, *rd, Plaintiff, v*. ed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff You are required to appear on (OFFICIAL SEAL)
Pauline Elisabeth Wilkinson Blank seeks divorce and restorationof April I, U4, in the above named A a Clerk of .aid ( AJ.
Defendant. Casa No. 4429. Maiden Nam. Bradtord County IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD Court and cause 'wherein plaintiff Zach H. Doug)"", Court.
, ANNOUNCINGBollywoodCamera ORDER OF PUBLICATION: Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAN.CKRY. seeks divorce. Bra dford County AUy. for PlI. '" "" "Ua.,
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR next four weekly Issues. << 1-1 KEAL'
8TATW OF FLORIDA to:. Pauline I Witness my hand and official seal Jean Hughes, Plaintiff, ".. Alexander -
Elisabeth Wilkinson, Blank whose at Htarke. Florida thla February J. Hushes, Defendant. Case.
residence and address Is: 20 Bents 20 1946. No. 4428
& Gift Shop Drive, Sheffield. Yorkshire England.You (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND S GARAGE!
are required to appear on Clerk of said Court.T. NOTICE TO APPEAR
March 26, 1948, In the above named Frank Landrum. t.arJr..1.Florida 8TATBJ OF FLORIDA t...: Alexander -
Court and cause, wherein plain Atty. for Pif. 1-2<1 4t J-1S J. Hughes! whose residenceand
Under tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County address Is % Mrs. John Moore, One-Half .Mile South of Starke on Rna l 13
Management Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORR 8tO: .W. 135th Street, New York
next four weekly IHMUS l'Ot''TY.' FLORIDA! IN Work
Witness my haud and official nal CElt Y. You are required to appear onMar..b
at Htarke, Florida this February Gordon McDonald, Plaintiff, v. 25, 1948 In the above named
20, 1948. Mary Lilly McDonald Defendant. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ALL WORKGUARANTEED USED
(OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas Cant No. 4430 seeks divorce. Bradford County Sere
As Clerk of said'Court. ORDER OF PUBLICATION Telegraph sha.Il publish this OrderIn AUTO PARTS D.1Y OKMGBl
T. Frank l.andrul1IItark.: .., Florida AND NOTICE TO APPEAR next four weekly Issues
Atty for Pit. S-22 4t a-lIS STATH OF FLORIDA to: Mary; Witness my hand and official
Lilly McDonald whose residence Is seal at Starke Florida, thin February -
IN CIRCUIT CO I HTi BRADFORD 29 First Street, Poe Mill, Ureenvlllf 20, 1946.OFFICIAL .
, are required to appear on Clerk of said Court.T.
Mary o'FYlen Ten Eyck Plaintiff March 25, 1948, In the above Frank Landrum. Starke. 1I'IorldaJ
1 vs. Carlton A. Ten Eyck Defendant.Case named Court and cause wherein Atty. for Pit 2-22 4t 3-15
t No. 4427.ORDER plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford -
OF PUBLICATION County Telegraph shall. publish this IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Order In next four weekly Issues. COUNTY. FLORIUAl IN CHAN
-' STATE OF FLORIDA to: CarltonA. Witness my hand. and official CERY. ,
Ten Eyck: whose residence and seal at Stark, Florida this Feb- Delpha W. Quakenbush, Plaintiff
address Is: 150 Park Went ruary 21. 1.46.OFFICIAL vs. Russell L. Quakenbush, Defen
Life-Like Photographs Brooklyn: New Prospect York. ( BEAD A, J. ThomasAs dant. Case No. 4444 Wily
You are required to appear onMa."h H. Duncan- 617 Lynch Bldg.Jacksonville NOTICE TO APPEAR
ft Appointment 25, 1948, In the above named Florida. Atty. for Pif. STATE OF FLORIDA to-. : RussellL.
Necessary From 9 Till 6
Court and cause wherein plaintiff 1-12 4t 315IN Quakenbush whose residence Is
Evening! Hours By Appointment seeks divorce and restoration of unknown.You .
Maiden Name. Bradford County
CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD are required to appear on
Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn COUNTY. FLORIDA IN next four weekly Issues. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff)
Expert Kodak Developing Witness my hand and official Keith E. Klstler Plaintiff ... Sue seek dlvorcs. Bradford County
seal at Starke Florida this Fsbl t Ann Wilson Klstler Defendant. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
and Finishing ruary 20, 1944.OFFICIAL .Case No. 4423.ORDER next four weekly Issues.
( SEAL) A. J.. 'Thomas, OF PUBLICATION Witness my hand and official seal
A As Clerk of said Court. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR at Starke. Florida, this February
T. Frank Starke Florida STATE OF FLORIDA to: Sue 2111. 1948.
Atty. for } r.drum. 2.23. 4t 1-16 Ann Wilson' Klstler. whose residence (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, O
Mvwood Camera & Gift Shoo and address Is % Oeneral As Clerk of said Court .
IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD Delivery Ashevllle, North Carolina. Zach II. Douglas, Gainesville, Fla -
COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAN- You are required to appear on Atty. for Pit. J-l 4t 3-22
J. K. BULIJNGTON CKRY.: I'oar'h 26. 1948, In the above named -
H. L. TEUTON Lllllam Baptist McClelland Plaintiff Court and cause wherein plain- IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD
vs, Ernest V. McClelland, Defendant tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY -
Case No. 4416 Telegraph/ shall publish this OrderIn ..
ORDER OF PUBLICATION next four weekly Issues.. i Lola Virginia Forbes, Plaintiff vs. ; Beet
AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR Witness my hand and official I James L. Forbes, Defendant. Case




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I : : Because millions of Europeans are starving,
} y: to the People 01910riJa ,1" : your government has taken steps to conserve

grain. to feed the war victims this spring and



Among other steps,' the Government has

FLORIDA MOTOR LINES imposed a cut of 30% on beer productionfor

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,; the, three months beginning March 1. And
becomes this 'is in addition to a 12% cut ordered

t during the same period last year the

: FLORIDA GREYHOUND LINES period on which our current production is

,t'' based. So the actual cut.' is far more than

I 30%.

This means a 'drastic reduction in the

lead-- amount of JAX Beer we can produce for our

'Great new benefita in ations along other Greyhound; ,routes dealers and customers. It means that JAX

public highway transportation ing to, more than 6,500 cities and towns the Drink of Friendship, will be hard to get

will L>e brought to bua line pa all over America. Special express runs will -:. at times.

trons'in Florida as a result of the recently provide new high standards of highwaj .

announced affiliation of Florida Motor Line travel to 'distant points. And Greyhound national We have already been forced to adjust

.. U with. the: nationwide yitem of Greyhound advertising will give increased attetf .- car quotas to our dealers to conform to the

; LiDis: '. tion, to the countless travel attractions of ;, new ruling. W. are doing out best to maintain

Under, GreylTouno! Banner, the Florida Florida, serving to send increased volumes .:: ''t. It t fair!! distribution to all dealers and to ,

j. lines.will remain a Florida corporation. of tour and travel.business) to' this state. ::. ., tees so far as it is humanly possible, that JAX

i Operations will be directed and manned by; Florida Motor Lines tradition of :
esceJe' available
.. .it to pore molt of, the time. .
the same executives: ami personnel who have lence in bus service will Ke maintained and! .:.. /-

) built the to its position of We know that this IOft,. nt-ord..red catIn
company present intensified as officials and employees of I;, '. -

y importance. Results of all Greyhound advances Florida Greyhound Lines continue at their .'. .,;- '' ." # I our production will inconvenience our d ol-

in highway transportation, however, work of bringing Florida the finest highway J twill ers end our customer. But the cause is s

henceforth be ctevoted to the improvement t transportation it has ever bo... f)) 'ea-%;:;. "'.:! food .". The small. inconvenience you will

of. service to Florida traveler y yNewlydaigned .
,..- suffer is nothing as compared with the great
more luurioua higHway : ':. .
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good that will wort
come from providing
developed for Greyhound will be

a..ilaLlo.for. use in Florida. Varied innovations .a grain for Europe's starving war victims.

in passenger service 7epot facilities Just remember this we're going to g't;

food service"an'd bus scheduling; will' be FLORIDAGREYHOUND :'. JOG all the JAX Beer.. con. Remember, too

adapted to Florida operations as they are'developed that although JAX will I be somewhat. scarce


system. for the widespread Greyhound i for awhile, you can't get better beer at any

'Schedules along<< Florida Greyhound LINE price always ask for JAX on the chance

I routes will be closely dovetailed into opera :; that your dealer will have it.We hope it won't

b. long before we can give .you all the JAX

Beer you wont.JAX "CO

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