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 22, 1946
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Official County Publication Established In 1877


dates Rush f Bradford Boys Exhibit SteersTwo I Farm Bureau Bradford Berries ,

ualifyre Election Set Shipped By Air.;

Deadlinethe For Brooker Meet ..

deadline for qualify s .. ..hx I rJ The county's farmers and their .. Ceiling Price I

t1 candidates In the Mays families will be invited to the Red Cross Fund t

get for 12 noon today final March meeting of the Brad-

the following list of ford Fann Bureau to be held at Cut to $8.28; !

already qualified"ined the Brooker school March 29th. Nears $2,000

at the office of the President Z. W. Hamilton announced '

the circuit court: 1i1r that election of officersfor 4000 Crates Mon. 1

...prcaentatlve State Leglsj. ; the ensuing year would be E. J. Dahmer. campaign fund

Roberts and N.. D. 'made, and that the gathering chairman, announced yesterday
I would be addressed by various that Bradford County has con- Bradford strawberries are being
'' Jr.auntY
'ght. CommIssioner DIsE. state officials of the organization. tributed a total of $1949.08 toward shipped north the modem way I

L Crawford S. Q. its 1946 Red Cross quota of this year. Crates purchased by ;

kiv M. Edwards. Hamilton said that a fine interest 8300. 'C. L. Johns and L C. Carter for l

Board, District 1: enthusiastic young cattle j and received a rating of class A. ,,I I Bartow for 27c a pound, and the Is being shown In the Many solicitors from the business the Globe Airline Company are

School and J. S. (Buddy) men, who are setting a pace for The steer was purchased by Lov- 941-pound steer went to L. S. bureau, and expressed belief that I sections still have not sent being moved three times weekly
[oore others etts for 28c a pound. Young Ed- Cellon of Alachua for 29c a many more farmers would Join I In reports and with just one more from Starke to the Jacksonville I

Board District 3: to follow In the productionof wards competed in the Judging pound. the group by April. Present I week to go, Mr. Dahmer Is urg- ,Airport by truck and then flownIn

_,chool R. H. (Russell) purebred beef In Bradford I contest, whereby FFA and -4-H The work being done by these membership was given as 55. An ing every division to speed up a bl-motored transport to

Crosby, Lewis. County are pictured above with i boys pick the best cattle and tell boys is typical of the Interest in outstanding response has been and get in reports by the first northern cities The air ship-
Ijr-ratic., E. Executive Commitand the steers they exhibited recentlyat I why and scored 98 out of a possible j Improved stock that is developingIn shown in the Rising section it of next week !in order to announcethe ment of Wednesday. It was an-

the Southeastern Fat Stock 100. He plans to exhibit' was stated.In complete return In next nounced, was 180 crates marked
two steers at the show next Bradford County and all Florida week's paper for delivery to Washington D. C.
lualifled! in the following Show in Ocala. They were first year. addition to the session t
to' compete in the show from At right, Charles L. Lawson la I Back In 1930 Florida farms scheduled for Brooker, members Since last week a $50 contribution Total truck shipments for the

L. H. Futch and Mrs. Bradford County. I shown with one of the two steers had 590,000 cattle valued at $17.-I and others interested in the has been received from Alvares county zoomed to approximately
:Futch. At left Maurice Edwards, Jr.; he exhibited at the show. Both I 523,000. At the present time the Bureau's work will meet at the Store, and' $25 contributions 4000 crates Monday and Tues-

e L. D. Green, and Mrs. member of Future''' Farmers of' were rated class A. He is a industry has developed. until it is New River School tonight at 8 from the following: Gem day, with 2500 being dispatched I

:Green. America, is shown with his 1000- I member of the 4-H Club of Bradford -I estimated that Florida now nan p. m., and Tuesday March 26th, Jewelry, Cook's Store Green's from the Lawtey platform and

Paul L. Bridges and pound Hereford which competedfor County. His 1232-pound entry 1,205,000 cattle valued at $56- at Vanderbilt. Store Leila's, N Sternberg, Shaf- 1600 from Starke. These figures
3 I
D. Middleton. the FFA grand championship I I was sold to Kingan Co. at 442,000. kln's. Priest's. City of Starke, were considered scarcely compar- .

ilia __u_ Rites Held Lovett'a Grocery, Star Store, F. able to those of pre-war days
Roberts and Mrs. TuesdayFor
C B.
I.: F Stump H. C. Wall Insurance but with a large production of 1,

Roberts. USDA Council P. S. Denmark Agency Sam Rosebnig, and Mrs. runners forecast, Indications were! j''
and For J. M. Alvarez
Wadsworth l
5: G. Sunday
.OR, F. Brown. : Discusses ShortageOf Starke Businessman J. W. White. The following that this substantially good season ,
solicitors from the business districts would lead to able Increase
A. L. Sullivan\ and Miss Food SupplyBradford's Smith for 15 have turned. in reports this In plantings for next year.
Pulley Denmark
Business Here Since 1894Joseph
gan.None to I In years In the furniture business week: J. E. Wilson. Bill Mundy. .It was stated that O. C. Canon
7 qualified
I : up USDA Council met
here died Saturday, March 16, In Guy Sale, Bill Graham, W. P. who has approximately nine acres
ime yesterday. ofStarke's Monday at the :; Courthouse to the Alarhua County Hospital In Smith, N. Sternberg, and F, F. in berries and Is one of the principal -
8: L. R. Gainey and Mrs. M. Alvarez owner consider the emergency arising
Stump. Mrs. N. Sternberg also In the Starke vicinity I
Gainesville.' In falling Health for growers
established mercantile -
ayes.[ longest from the world-wide food short ]
In of
his home the past six months, he had been turned an report marketed approximately $700 i
State Democratic Execu- business, died at Information, data and the
[ age. stricken with since $24.50 from employees' of.the. worth In two days last week. The :
mmltteeman and Commitan Saturday. March 16, after an Illness part local citizens will play in pneumonia
Florida Bank at
1I He removed to Starke six-acre yield of Pete and Leo I
Thursday. was
K. G. Duncan and of several months.Mr.
: the nation's effort to prevent
Coca-Cola and
from the plant Griffin also
after was asserted to be
die H. Green. Alvarez was born here November -, starvation'.in' other countries was the hospital early Friday $44 from the postofflce. large. The average individual I

lemocrattc Executive Com'' 3, 186fHis, parentswere discussed.The noon. Mrs. L. A. Canova chairmanof acreage for the.county however
nan and Committeewoman and the Mr. Denmark was born In Lake
David Levy Alvarez special meeting was heldin the residential sections, reportsthe was said by various local farmers ,
Injresslonal District; E. W, I. Rebecca Bowden. Butler March, 28, 1880 and ,at- j
former Mary I response' .to a recent all-day following returns: (Northeast to 'be s'rnal1-po.slbly''' an j
land Mrs. Ruby A.,-Hayes. : : His father, born and reared In -a u session of the President's Famine When tended'a the young public schools'he entered there. Starke) Mrs. T. F. Landrum $41.- acre and a half. Morris Carter.

: Bradford County was descended Emergency,Committee, organizedto man his,brother 20; Mrs. R.,J. Davis UO. O: Mrs. Lawtey buyer predicted thfth
with ,
from early settlers of St. 'Augus- make plan*.for providing food I partnership 'Gladys Harrington .*&BOi..Mrs..G. plantings fe&.next..spjrtnc.would
John H. in. tb.grocery
strewserate tine. Hlsv mother had. been a for shipment./: ,tfThe Denrtjsrkj he ,A Darby ,$47.80.. (Northwest be more than double that of.;'the

resident of Mandarin, anffnrem'ber Council authorized publication business "TjSfjfntjt.yea.rs his ago Starke) Mrs. N. Sternberg. chair present season
became manager of ,brother'Ssture
Business Here of a family that was named of I of the following recommendation In..St.'eltugustlnb, and later : man! Mr.. H. C. Rltch $::5; Mrs. The telling price, sourc rbf.considerable -.;,
among the-.pioneer'' residents : A. Z. Adkins' $34. (Southwest ]
I of the 'store at Daytona Beach regret among',growers
w of the M tn'Military Duval County His grandfather. That we deem the conservation Upon his) return to Lake Butler Starke) Mrs. O. L. Beasley chair and buyers, was brought from

144 W Call Iltfeela I '-y 'Joseph Alvarez, owned a general ot 'wheat grain and Its products he operated a and meat man: Miss Kate Struth $8.79; ".36 down to $8.23: Saturday. i
drews from Samuel Aber- merchandise store here In the -t I and edible fats la. necessary since market.: In 1931 he came to Mrs. T. N. Kendrick $11.50; Mrs.

i announced Monday. The early CD's, one of the earliest the millions\ of starving people of Starke, managing the furniture L. O. Hazen $6; Mrs. Bertha Rites SaturdayFor

iier, a discharged veteran businesses of the townsite.As the world must be fed; and that store here until the decline of his Pearce $16.

IT. S. Navy said that the a young'man "Joe" Alvarez the good people of America will health last year. The Girl Scouts under the Ellis L. Wilson

U being disposed of Imme- worked on his father's farm located gladly provide their share. leadership of Mrs. H. C, Brown
and that the establlsh- on ,the old Sanderson Road. That every man woman and Mr. Denmark wan married. to and Mrs. Vernon Silcox have Ellis L. Wilson 69,former resident -

wlll be converted into a At about the" age of 20 he was two great grandchildren. child Is requested to ,reduce the the former Mrs. Emily Joins at started collections In the theatresIn of Starke died at the homeof

home and auto supply employed by his uncle, Gideon, Funeral services were conducted amount of wheat bread and cere- New River, on January 14, 1906. accordance with National his son, LeRoy Wilson in

It Is expected that the who had a general store at Call Sunday from hill home by the als and also cooking fats by eating .' He was active in civic activitiesand Movie Collection Week. Green Cove Springs on Thursday

Iness will be In operation15th and Walnut, where the Florida Rev. L. D. Haines, pastor of the leas, wasting less, and by was a member of the First The only report from an outly- :March 14. He lived !in Starke

of April. Bank at Starke is now situated. First Baptist Church; and the substituting\ potatoes fruits and Christian Church. ing section to date is $17 receivedby for 23 years, having left here In

r ws, a native of Bradfordwho In 1892 he was In partnershipwith Rev. Fred Yerkes, pastor of St. vegetables.The Surviving are hisIfe; two R. R. Andrews from the New 1927. lie was born In Clay

was born and reared Wesley Hodges,.operating a Mark's Episcopal Church. Active farmers are asked to grow daughters, Mrs. Lois Thomas of River Section County, Jan. 28 1S77 son of the t l''

New River section Is ate general merchandise store on the pall bearers were his nephews, more green food and more grains Crescent City and Mrs. Luclle Rev. John Franklin, chairmanof late James and Margaret Harris

t of the University of northwest corner of Call and: L. A., J. J., F. A. and P. E. for the livestock and poultry this Sherly of Jacksonville; three sons,, the negro' division has com- Wilson who were a pioneer FlorIda

with a BSA degree andt Walnut., I Canova; George B. Flynn Major spring for their use, and to buy Claude Denmark of Sunbrlght, pleted county-wide plans for family.

graduate work at; the 13: 1894 Richard G. Kldd, Jr.: W. M., N. less food than usual. Tenn., Stephen G. Denmark of solicitation and the following Mr. Wilson was a prominent

ty of WlBconaln. He wased It was on January into D. Jr., E. J. and J. R. Wain- The operators of eating placesare Starke, and John E. Denmark, members have been added to his farmer and stockman until his

as an agricultural eco- that he entered Independently furnishings wright asked to serve less bread serving in the U. S. Navy; two committee: Retha Mae Wanton retirement from active work

by' the U. S. Department the men's clothing From and that, Honorary pall bearers were H. and not to waste any of It. All sisters Mrs. Onie Hood of Mul Keystone and Brooklyn sections. ; some time ago Jte was a mem-

'culture from 1935 until business. changed thestore's L. Brownlee, T. S. Williams, Leon waste must be stopped.All berry and Mrs. D. H. Handley of G. H. Little. Starke; and Alma ber of the Hickory Grove Baptist

ance Into the service three date he had never of mer- ard Moore Charley Johns. A. S. food fats must be used over Lakeland; one brother, John H. G. Moffatt, Brooker. Church and had served as a dea-

| ago Discharged Decem- essential location.type It U Strickland, Frank Landrum, F. F. and over as far as possible and Denmark of Jacksonville and one con for 37 years.
J'945' he attained the rank to chandise be continued, or without changeof Stump, Judge: G. A. Gardiner, O. then turned into the meat market grandson. and three granddaughters. St., Mark's Funeral services were held Sat

tenant and was for a large Wil- L. Beaaley, R. A. Green, Nat as waste fats. urday afternoon In the Hickory
policy, by his grandson Funeral services held
F his military career aaslst- Sternberg, J. W. Pooser E. S. Every person is requested to were "The Christ and the Material Grove Church with the Rev, L. T.
|PPly officer at the Banana liam H. Graham.On Matthews, Sr., Dr. W. E. Mid- earnestly advocate this programand Tuesday afternoon from the First World" will be the subject of the Ivey of Green Cove Springs and

Naval Air StaUon. He l January 31, 1894, he mar- dleton, Dr. W. B. Parks. Dr. J. to really cooperate to get Christian Church with the Rev. J. Rev. George Alexander's sermonIn the Rev. L. D. Halnes of StarkeIn
rrled ried Miss Lucia Sharpe, formerlyof An- done with the least Inconvenience B. Dixon of Jacksonville, officiating -
July 3, i941 to the M. Hembree. Sheriff A. O. thla job St. Mark's Church Friday charge. Arrangements were
Elizabeth Sanders of Alabama and daughter of aMe'thodlat dreu, C. A. Knight. A. J. Thomas, to all. assisted by the Rev. W. O. evening. March 22. at 7:30. This under the direction of DeWitt C.

dIe, Virginia. For the minister. She died, J. C. Hoover, Edward Burns, The Council Is composed of the Smedley of Keystone Heights, will be the second of a series of Jones Burial was In the familylot

Andrews, his wife and victim of accidental bums, qn Judge A. Z. Adklns. Col. D. 'E. brads of various governmental pastor of the First Christian discourses planned for each weekIn In Hickory Grove Cemetery.Survivors .

two children are making February 19, 1943. Knight Judge E. K. Perryman,, departments in the county and Church here. Interment was In Lent. are his wife Mrs.

one on Washington street. Mr. Alvarez was prominent in James Hornsby, T. J. Griffin. T Includes ,James'Rosier, chairman, the family lot In Crosby Lake On Sunday morning there will Laura Hogarth Wilson Green

I announcement Andrews civic affairs and attended the M. Hutchins, W. H. Smith J. F. L. T. Dyer secretary V. R. Ferguson Cemetery. be the customary service at 11 Cove Springs; two daughters

[at the store will' be com- First Baptist Church and the St. Klckllter, O. M. Ststrunk. T. N. L. O. Hazen ,and Miss Active pallbearers, were Wesley.:M.Edwards o'clock conducted b y Lt. Don Mrs. 8. 1:. Spark Starke, and
Andrews' K. O. Duncan, J. '
repainted and redecorat- Marks EpIscopaliChurch. At onetime Kendrick." W. B. Alexander Madge Whigham. W. H. Palmer. Sunday School, wH| beat Mrs. Karl Bounds, Palatkai four
L. S. Hutto.
e new stock he said will be held a commission as Joseph E. Wilton S. R. Johns 10 o'clock and the Young Peo- sons, Ira Wilson Stark LeRoy

a complete line of auto"res. second lieutenant In the Florida Sr., and Frank Coiley of Starke; Legion to Elect Smith Arrangements and Adolph were Gay under, thedlr.cUon ple wUl meet In the evening at and Luther Wilson, Green Cove I

s. batteries and State Troops. Judge A. V. Long of Gainesville; C. JonesFuneral 7:30.: The Lenten midweek communion Springs and Judge H. 8. Wilson.
rlu, and various Item of Surviving are three daughters, James H. Bitch of Jacksonville; New Officers Soon of will be at 7 on Thursday Broruon; and two sisters, Mrs.

n and household equip. Mrs. D. A. :Montelth, Starke; Mrs. L. H. Futcla and I* H. Hill of Election of officers for the Home., morning followed by breakfast in ,Minnie Murhee Green Cove

There Gill and Mrs. W. P. the Service Center. and Mrs. J, T. Hickey,
will be facilities John H. Lawtey. coming year and selection of delegates I[Springs
venlently servicing auto- Randall both of Norfolk, Va.$; Interment was in the Crosby for the state conventionwill Rotarians EnjoySightseeing The Service Center Is open [Tampa.

In the purchase of, Urea, three sisters, Mrs. Annie Frazee. Cemetery and funeral arrangements be made at the next regular Tour dally until 11 In the evening for Active pallbearers were LeRoy
w Lake
era and batteries. Mrs. N. D. Wainwrlght. Sr., and were under direction meeting of Post 94, ,American the use of Blinding and Green Htrsey Alfred Sapp W. S.

Mrs. Eunice C. Canov. all of Dewitt C.. Jones. Legion. The group will assembleIn Via Colored MovieA Cove Springs personnel and the Franklin Bruce Brooker, Seaf

a1 Today Starke; seven grandchildren and of the the Legion Hall Tuesday young people of Starke. Mrs.Mattie ., Sapp and Wlllard Bland.
30-mlnute sightseeing
Gahagan Is in charge.Emory
M. March 20 at 8 p. m. around "Amazing America" viaa ,
Ii. Reddish T. G. Ritch Receive of the Importance of :
Chief A. L. ,AlvarezOn Because technicolor movie film was en- Girl Scout News
scheduled for the Price Here ,
business I
Marlon Degree the members of the Rotary
joyed by
Reddish II
.dent 57. life Inactive StatusChief meeting all members are urgedto regular luncheon I I The Girl Scouts held their
of Club at
ddenly Bradford County. Thomas G. Bitch, son of Mrs. attend.. Emory H. Price candidate for I meeting at the Episcopal Service
Monday at his home In A. L. (Louie) Alvarez Carrie Ritch received Mm M. D. meeting Wednesday.the GreyhoundBus reelection to Congress from this I Center this week. Plans were

as the result*> of force Emory University An Produced by district visited Starke briefly made for the Red Cross Collections -
head of the local police Degree from Egg Within Egg Lines, the colorful tour I
KMr' Reddish wast inactive status and was called to active duty went as Thursday of last week. Mr. Price: at the Florida, Ritz 'and
ford. County and was was placed on an Naval Re- Mrs. started in New England regret that he did not
of expressed
United the surprise Theatres the follow-
I f In Council in ,with the Imagine south Went, then on Park during
Vlng farming. at half pay by the serve with the rating of Lt. (Jg) Joe Noegel one day last week far New as Orleans Key to the Pacific get to meet all of his friends at ing week. Another meeting will
are hu wife. :Mr session Tuesday night. in Atlanta hen through this time but stated that he '
Faddish Its regular Saturday. March 16 when she broke open a large ending at Niagara be held next Wednesday In the
,ladyS Rowe.; three daughter The officer who began his service egg and found that It carried a Fall. The film was shown) byJ. would again visit Starke later in Center. Scribes. Vivian McRae.

Maw( Starke; :Mrs. for the city in 1914. has been .Ga.He is spending thi* week with spare inside. The stowaway egg D. Seymour local exhibitor the campaign. Idell Landrum and Minnie Lou
Salinas. Calif.; will report exhibit at the Telegraph office Hazen ,
Gel p- Joyner confined to his home with a leg his mother here and Is on and the many scenes of breath-
of Jackson- April 1 and is an odd looking gourd- Singing ConventionThe
III. on
lid one The arrangement -, to Great Lakes, taking beauty gave Rotarians a
son. James Red- ailment since December. I Is the
r.r Who for duty In the Naval Hospital shaped formation. This new appreciation of the marvelous Notice to BiddersThe
iD the armed become effective be Bradford
reported -
will attended Junior High first egg-wtthin-an-cgg to County Singing
overseas. : there. He scenery to be found in the
Convention will meet the
era! April 1st I School here, graduated from here.IMAKTHA United States.In at Council announced Tues-
8emcea will be held currently High School in talks Christian. Church in Starke for that it would receive sealed
afternoon The active force is Robert E. the series of vocational day
.ftey at 3 o'clock In include PatrolmanEb I Jacksonville, and received a SUSAN BITCH that Is being carried on in the an all-day session Sunday March bids April 2nd for timber rightson \
Baptist Church designated to Mrs. Carlyle Rltch of All members
with and 24.
from Mr. are urged to
degree '
J. I.. man and Bachelor of Science club Nat Sternberg gave report the 39-acre: tract known as the
NOrris Thornton as day I the birth of
offlctaUng. Gainesville attend and,.vUltors are welcome. "
ant of 1944s8UN8EHVE clothing store, "City Dump. The U
1r\I1\ be as director Emory in on the Alvarez property
in Vollle Manning I daughter Martha Susan on
Klngsfey local I a Bill Gra located on the outskirts'' of south
the owned and operated by
etery of JUICES 0e
under the d rec- traffic in the vicinity JUICES-8e page February 22 In the Alachua ZSUhMIl1YE page
and C. T "'m.
McCabe Funeral school. :M. M. Morgan Coast, Hol IW.

I I Wad are the night patrolmen. I 14.



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y''I. I* riitrt'iT' COITIIT.rorwTY. BRADFORD An Clerk of ald
Persons InterestedIn More ContributionsMade Poatoffice Personnel vi.viiiuAi CIIAN- By Lucille C. Court

l THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Work With V. A. To BeautifyC I Declines As Blanding 'Christina Richard ClInY. M.A. Eagle Eagle Defendant.Plaintiff Case va. Zaoh Atty. H.for HniiKliiH Plf. Conn' l'tt"-'I 0 t..t'slii|| r J'

Nears Closing Date No. 4486.OIiniCH. t
Direct of C BuildingFurther
,< Cittablhthed 1877H. Must Apply OF PUBIJCATION

___________ Editor! and Owner : in ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR
L. Matthew ?_ Veterans and others desiring em- donations for the equipping Figures showing the decline STATE] OF* FLORIDA to: Christina MAYES .
whoa residence l
ployment with the Veterans Administration and furnishing the new personnel at the Starke and 510 East M. Eagle 64th Street Savannah RADIO
;.-......... Weekly on Fridays and Entered se Second Class Matter should apply directto Chamber of Commerce buildingwere Blanding postofflces during the Ueorgla. SERVICE
Florll1a.It Veterans Administration announced this week. Secre- You are required to appear on -
.t the Post Office at; Starke. the ,
past few months were April 8, 1946. In the above named
Offices. This announcement was tary Lucian Conner credited the Court and cause, wherein plaintiff SERVICE
made by O. E. Myers Regional: following for the receipt of several week by Postmaster Fred F. Keeks. divorce. Bradford County ON ALL MAKES
Seems That. director. Atlanta, of the U. S.I much-needed Items: Stump. The reduction was froma Telegraph next four Una weekly 1 publish Ixvurn.WltnenH this. OrderIn RADIOS

Civil Service Commission and I Dr. H. II. Adams -- Venetian peak total of 87 to the 20 em- tn> hand and official -
John M. Slaton, Jr., Atlanta. blinds. ployed currently. neal 7, 1046.at Starke, Florida this March South Walnut Street
Seldom has a. public issue struck a more respon- of the Vet- I
Deputy Administrator (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
Mrs. H. K. Tyus -- Linoleumrug. On the other side of the picture -
sive chord than the current drive to obtain a hospitalfor crane Administration. Until such I
Bradford County. The warm reception that this time as the Civil Service Commission Mrs. A. F. Sauls, Floor mat. I Mr. Stump said was the -

project has received wherever advanced indicates that can establish lists for proba- The articles were In addition to !fact that postal' savings, In the

the public is well aware of the need and is wholeheart- tional appointments It has Issued a list of material and labor Starke post office are $461,000, SEE FLY & BUY
edly behind the preliminary work that is now being. to the Veterans Administration donations which was announcedIn an amount larger than the city's ,

carried on toward this end. .1 temporary authority to recruit connection with the building's bank deposits of 12 years ago.
their personnel.
and employ own 18. thePiperCub
Three local organizations The Rotary Club, the This cooperative plan will enable opening In response on February to a reporter's Such savings he said, are almost

Woman's Club, and the Farm Bureau-have gone on h6 Civil Service Commission to query as to the additional wholly those of established resi
record as endorsing the county hospital project, and a devote all of its resources to the equipment needed Conner stated dents.

fourth group-the local W.O.W. has gone so far as to announcement of examinations there was an especial need for a ;In the reductions that were

back up its .endorsement with an offer to furnish a and the establishment of registersor and flat top desk.and that further Improvements made :n the postoffice staffs few
probational appointment could be made with were outright layoffs. Many were .6
room. -
Veterans Administration
will enable
decorative shrubbery and windowsof soldier's wives who left the com-
It is believed that other organizations will fall in to continue the staffingof a better type than those now munity when their husbands were FLIGHT INSTRUCTIONby

line as soon as the matter is presented to them, and its enlarging organization.In being used. He said that he did transferred or discharged, the
some will undoubtedly follow the lead of the W.O.W.in making such appointments not have a sufficient number of postmaster stated. Others"on an- Ralph CheshireConwayLil&y
offering to lend financial as well as moral support. the Veterans Administration will chairs to seat persons waiting for ticipating a reduction, left to accept -
.adhere to the qualification standards housing referral service and In- other jobs. Several workers, .
Such is the spirit of cooperation that causes a : for positions prescribed by formation. A settee would go who received their training here,
.community to get what it goes after-and Starke is i the Commission and applicationswill far toward solving this problem, are continuing in positions at
definitely "going after" a hospital. be considered In the following he said. Cushions for the other other postofflces he said. A
} order: (1)) From persons entitledto chairs would be greatly appreci- number of these have gone to U-Hy-It Service

' ten-point military preference. Green Cove Springs, and it is
The advertisement published by the Starke Cham- entitled to ated.The
((2) From persons local demand for accom- believed that two will shortly be CONWAY AIRPARK
ber of Commerce in recent weeks listing a number, of ive-polnt military service. (3)From modations, from both navy personnel transferred to Daytona Beach.
industries that are suited to this community and which former Federal employees. and< civilians continues to
(This will be considered' to Six years ago the Starke post- 4 Blocks West of Union Bus Station
might reasonably be expected to succeed has attracted group be larger than the facilities thus office had only three clerks. On
much attention veterans and others seeking Include all former employees of listed. Requirements have been
among October of last there
year were Phone 32 or 147 Ring 2
the executive branch of the Federal -
here and of the mainly for two-room and larger
business opportunities already some 67 in Blanding and 20 at Starke.
enterprises listed are being established. government Office, the the General Government] Accounting apartments, and homes, and are Today there are 10 at Blandingand

this line advertisement published averaging aa high as twelve requests 10 at Starke. It 4s believed
Along same was an Printing Office the Administrative per day. Conner said that
last week by the Florida Power & Light Co., Office of the United States the need was for more local prop- that an even smaller number of
calling attention to the ever-increasing need for Flor Courts and the District of Columbia erty-owners to promptly notify workers will be needed In approximately -

ida-grown processed feeds. "Florida's livestock indus- Government.) ((4)) From the C of C of what Is available, two weeks in accord ONWAY'Sl
with the'changing
try is thriving in spite of the fact that much of the non-preference applicants who are so that the organization's free ance ments of the require- ,

feed for the state's animal and fowl population must not former Federal employees. housing service could be adequate Postoffice receipts camp. in 1944, the

be imported," the advertisement stated.It These positions will be temporary for the town and its pros- peak year were 1232,000 Mr /' Service Station

was pointed out that in order to feed Florida'slivestock in tenure pending plans for pective residents. Stump said He predicted that
the announcement of examinationsfor
three times the present hay crop and four the total receipts for 1946 will be
probational appointments tobe PHONE 147 KINO 2 FOR SERVICE
times the present grain crop is needed. Processed announced by the Commission. County Chairman about $60,000.When .
feeds from sweet cotton the camp was at its
potatoes products
peanut Named To Head
During this period of temporary
busiest, Mr. Stump-said that the Oil
products citrus by-produtts lemon pulp and Changing
appointments the Civil Service .Cancer Fund Drive business of the two offices would .
molasses fish meal and be used to fill muchof
; scrap can
Commission will assist the Veterans have amounted to over $$1,000,000 Greasing
the gap, it was stated. Administration by conducting Appointment of Judge E. K.
a year, had it not been that the Waxing
This is just one of the many opportunities await- periodic post-audits of the Ad- Perryman as Bradford County larger bulk was free mall. The .

ing development in Florida. As the state's livestock ministration's files. campaign chairman for the Ameri- greatest share of postage receipts c,,. Washing
industry grows, the demand will be even greater. "The Regional Director Myers stated can Cancer Society's 1946 drive was for soldier's( packages and j Polishing
need exists, the raw materials are present or can be that 26,660 veterans including for' funds, was announced this parcels, and for air mall.
wives of disabled veterans widows -
or Tire
I produced, the opportunity beckons! NOW!" of veterans-were appointedto week In Gainesville by Dean Wal- .. RepairsELECTRIC
ter J. state
M&therly campaign
positions with the Federal gov- ARC WELDING
, It is reassuring to find some of our more coolheaded government during the calendar
o ''year of 1045.Persons : "The cancer control movementIs
writers denouncing the fever of war talk that Indeed fortunate in
; has run rampant over the country in recent weeks and i with the interested Veterans in Administration employment -- the services of Judge Perryman.I AMOCO GAS ONE HOUR''
pointing out the folly of such statements as the oft- [ am confident that under his
should apply//direct to their l OIL & GREASEQuaker
that warwith Russia is
repeated one inevitable.
nearest office for information and leadership, Bradford County will
In his current letter from Washington, Senator applications and NOT to the make an excellent record in the

Claude Pepper joins those who do not see any neces- United States Civil Service Com- campaign to raise funds! to fight State ,
sity for undue alarm in the current situation. The mission. our Number One Enemv, cancer," 1
Dean Matherly declared. Oil .
Florida Senator :
says "The success of the 1946 campaign BATTERY
"I think that Mr. Churchill's speeches while visit- Bradford Countians will\ make It possible to ex- Sealed Containers

ing the United States, although they have stirred up Recently Discharged pand greatly the research program SEfiVltE
very violent reactions and have troubled even more to find the cause and cure RIDE
the already ruffled political waters of the world yet James O. (Jimmy) Sewell, son for cancer' and to educate the FLORIDAGREYHOUND AUTO LITE
in the long run will have a good influence. of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell of public to recognize the danger PROMPT SERVICEDAHMER'S BATl'ERlESLINES.
Starke arrived home March 18 signals of early cancer and seek
"First, the reaction to Mr. Churchill's speecheshas
after receiving his discharge from medical treatment soon enough to Inc.
convinced people all the nation and the world ,
over the Field Artillery\ separation cen- save at least a third of those who
that we must be done with the old power politics which er'at' Fort Bragg N. C. develop' the disease," he said. BUSSESFor TU

has never been able to prevent war in the past. In Serving a s a radio operator Judge Perryman is immediate GIFT SHOP Safety elSl/IA; JUJr.8 I
the future we are going to try a new way -of achieving (T-S with the 024th F. A. Bn., past president of the Starke Rotary Comfort & Economy

peace; namely, collective security, all nations working he was in the service three years : Club and served for four 110 EAST CALL ST 147
together, through the United Nations Organization.And and spent 18 months in the ETO. years as chairman of the Bradford Phone: Take Care Of /tEaster's
secondly, Mr. Churchill's address, and the agita- When the war ended his outfit County Chapter of the Ameri- PHONE 68 ,

tion it has inspired, has brought us all right up the was near Munich and since V-E can Red Cross.
delicate Day he has been stationed In ,
I realization of how is the peace that we now
have in the world, and how easily that precarious balance Nuernberg and various other

! .. toward war can be disturbed. In short, before we towns In Germany.
t He expects to enter the summer comin' Have Coke
got through one war, too many people are talking about session at the University of a
J another war The thing for people to do, the mothers Florida where he will resume his

I and fathers who want to keep their children out of course in chemical engineering. t 1 I l l 1 S.ragA
war, returned veterans who know the horrors of war, \ I

and all people of good will everywhere it to let men T. Sgt. Clifton B.' Hayes, son fi 11j

in public office know we don't want war, and we ex! of Mrs, P. O. Hayes of Brooker,
pest them to handle our world affairs so there will not hall re-enlisted for another three j j 1 ,
be war." years In the Army after being I
discharged from the service several a i 1 .
weeks ago. A graduate of
BUS In the class of 1942. Sift. t ; i /
Hayes served as chief clerk in the ::
recruiting station at Grand Junction I S

i.. Colo. He was also stationed c'I1J .
for a while in Massachusetts and it _
Ft. Bliss, Texas. -

Pre Joe L. Morgan whose home
SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLET .Is in Graham, was discharged I !
SEA TROUT PERCH BREAM recently at Fort McPherson, Ga., sL1
after 34 months in the service. He \
RED BASS SHEEPSHEADALSO spent 18 months overseas as a / U ,

driver and lineman with the 563rd .. .
Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry AAA AW Bn. (MaL). Before en- \ 4- -
tering the service he was employed i
In automobile body and fender ::
JI :: \ "
CALL STREET PHONE 37 STARKE. FLA. Pfc Wallace L. Thlgpen. Jr..was' )' I"

discharged last month at Camp _
Fannln. Texas after three years in
the service. Most of this time he A I i

When Your Tires Are Slick Time was stationed at Camp Penguin.Va. .
to Recap! .
where he was heavy equip- __r/ _
ment --
driver. He has returned to
AND VULCANIZING employment in Starke as a painterand

,i 1 ALL SIZE TIRES carpenter. .friendly refreshment is'part of the doings
TUBES William C. Powell. SPG)3-c( of

t 2MIOUR SERVICE Cox.Starke.of and Long Earl Bridge U Whltehead have just, Getting ready for the big parade is plenty exciting, especially when

BEST MATERIALS received discharges from the Navyat friends gather 'round. That's time for Coca-Cola. Have
.:' .:1; GRADE "A" RUBBER the Jacksonville Naval Personnel a sparkling a j

Workmanship Guaranteed Separation Center. Coke just naturally means It's fun to get together. Whenever peoplemeet

,, I PHONE .79 CARD We OF acknowledge THANKS with gratitude you're liable to find Coca-Cola and the friendly pause-the pause

the sympathetic assistanceand that refreshes, the happy moment of hospitality.
STARKE TIRE consideration accorded us by Coke .CocaColatt
SERVICEAdjoining our many friends during the recent "Coca-Cola- abbreviatiollIOnLlI
illness and death of our beloved UNDII AUTHORITY Of 1HI COCA.COiA COMPANY IT :' oke-an the wiUurtd trade
Temple Garage husband and father Joseph (marks which diitlnahI\ the pro'*
Temple Are.
Lewis HarrelL STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. IICt of The CocsColsOI CQlDpal1'

I Mr*. J. I* Harrell and family.

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the exchange had 80 operators, . . . '". r,
Bell U e e e e e. e. of Griffin, Ga. Mrs.
Mrc. Green T. Dodd 1 I gomery
while 23
tithe; only girls are now em-
BrookerBy Dodd had visited her nieces here I II
111 Close Branch ployed. Letter BoxBawling Pine Level Friends here will regret to bear''I often and made many frieada.

Blanding Ends'e I Southern Bell owns its large Mrs T. W. Markey of the death on Monday, March In ill health" forinore
She had been.
Mrs. H. M. McRae
: I
hen I building at 110 Madison street, . . 11 in Atlanta
Ga., of Mrs. GreenT.
of than a month but at Ute
exchange . . S .
starke me and leased two homes for dor- Green, Va. Dodd 91, aunt of Mrs. W. F.
Telephone IUKTIIDAY PARTY March 13, 1946 Rev. Paul Doar of Jacksonvillefilled time of her death, she was
Bell mitories in the rear of the main Godwin and Mrs. W. J. Chandler
lhern closed when activi. Mrs. Herchell Layfleld entertained Bradford County Telegraph: the pulpit at Pine Level of Starke and Mrs. H. B. Mont thought to be Improving
ite building. It is stated thai the with a party at the Com- In the March
8 issue
Blanding are officiended of your Church Sunday morning and t __ ____... .. ....
tat Camp Jack- company plans to sell the latter munity Hall in honor of the 4th paper is a National Association of evening and was a dinner guest !
T. J. Roebuck, for possible use as a hotel or birthday anniversary of her son Manufacturers' ad which is head. of Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall. I SERVICE "AS YOU LIKE IT"
district manager safd boarding house. Darrel. The hall was decorated ed, "Let's Take Stock Now" and Rev. and Mrs. Doar left their
According to an with pink roses and other spring which gives some suggestions as home Monday to attend the Bible BRADFORD BARBERSHOP
When the
week. exchange Is closed,
Lr announcement, the camp flowers. Games were played i to how to obtain a better tomorrow School in Ft. Worth, Texas. Court St. We Appreciate Your Business
\ Innate Its officer's screen- all further calls to Blanding will throughout the afternoon and for everybody. I agree with There la one church bus on the
and the Induction be handled by the Starke Tele- prizes In contests went to Linda them 100 percent; with one ex- road every Sunday morning to W. J. 1'rather R. I-. Morgan

program April 22. phone Company, it was announced. Gale Green and Kenneth Thomas. ception. They suggest that the take the people to Sunday School

Ion southern on Bell exchange beoperation The birthday gifts were openedby people should discuss the matter and it is planned to have anotheron 00 _ .. .., r ... ... ..... ._ u.
.e here November 8, Mrs. Edith Cameron, of Pa- Darrel and admired by the with our Represent*'f ves. A by next Sunday.The .
For Comfort and Economy .
distance calte then latka, the chief operator has guests and refreshments of ice Representative Is one thing a lot men of the church worked Safety,
o. Long 125: per day. The load served in Starke since the ex- cream and cookies were served of ua don't have. Certainly Saturday getting ready to pour I
raged .teadlly to change's first day of operation.She with slices of the beautifully dec- establishing a Labor Party is aBOund the concrete for the new church FOR COURTEOUS ;
& ea when operators handled has been with the companyfor orated cake. thing, and removal of price auditorium.Mr. ri ;
the heaviest day on 20 years. Mrs. Jeanette Present on this occasion were control is also good for commodities and Mrs. Joe Dobbs and CORRECT
here. There were ap- Christian, of Elizabeth, N. J., Glen Layfield, Lamour Simmons, will regulate their own children of Ft. Pierce arid Mr. INFORMATION IrtI1JU$ f
rd mately 325 per day during matron in charge of the dormi- Shirley and Linda Gale Green prices In time. The most Im- and Mrs. Warren J. Dobbs and "
second week of the present tories and meals, began her local Kenneth Thomas, Dianne Colson, portant thing Is to cut down on son of Palatka were visiting Mr. Pease Phone 147 7 i
connection with the company in Mary Ruth Hazen, Kaye Kelly, Government spending. So hereis and Mrs. B. M. McRae Sunday

During ntb. the latter part of 1944 1944. Howell and Oneta Mott, Judy my point of view. afternoon.Mrs. Ride Florida Greyhound Lines, Inc. Busses I

MXIII'HIItlIIIIIIIIXIAlllllXll'. ''"..'...".."."...".,.,,,.,.,.,.,,,,.,.,.,.,.,,.,,.,,...,.,,.,,,,.,.,.,...,.,,,,,1"11I"1''lIIrl1''i'1"" ''' ,,,, '' ,,'' Kelly, Wayne Thomas, Wilbur First we have to get someone I Margie Underhill of STATION
,.,, fl'IIpIItIIAIIIIIAIIr1rnuhIIIIAIAIInJINKLER"' ''''''' ''''' '' and BUS
Starke her son
!fj Barry, Patsy and Janet Nichols, to represent us as I said -before. was visiting
Purman Roberts, Jimmy Hazen, That is one thing a lot of us, daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Tcmplo Ave. LACY CONWAY Agent Stark. .,.. f fA.
i Gene and Edward Endicott Gene especially soldiers don't have. !Paul Underhill, recently. ..___.paa-.- -,,-"'" L ---- -A"A.. J .t t
Edwards and Mrs. Howard Mott, You often read where a man, Mr. and Mrs. Robert MyrlcK: I II
Electric Service Mrs. Talmadge Kelly. Mrs. Jack who is already drawing salary Mr. and Mrs. }f. Is!. McRae and I

i Simmons. Mrs. Ressle Colson, of $10,000 or $15,000 a year, gets Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Taylor
Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. Mrs. Ruth 11 a zen, Mrs. Earl another $3,000 additional salary were visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. F. ELECT !
222-221 ., Green, Mrs. Ernest Edwards. Mrs. granted him by Congress. And Hall In Jacksonville Sunday aft 1

\ OLDEST IN THE CITY = E. J. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. speaking of soldiers, I would like ernoon.
TILE J; Lewis, Mrs. N. C. Mott and Mrs. to mention that a Senator from The people in this section are J. P. Make' ROBERTS
Bishop Thomas. West Virginia drafted a bill thankful for the much needed
Mrs. Layfield took pictures of three times to release fathers rain which fell Saturday and

RADIO SERVICE the children following the party. from the army and it didn't get Sunday night.
I to first base. LaMarr Taylor of Adel, Ga., REPRESENTATIVETo t J
Charlie Kelly and son, Stevens, So finally Congress and the who came to Jacksonville for his
were visiting his daughter, Mrs. Army High got together, prob- discharge from service, Is visiting The State Legislature :
iTHATSATISFlES-TryUs Ruby Walden In Wildwood re- ably in some night club, and said, his brother and sister-in-law Mr. I

: I cently. "well, we will let men out with and Mrs. Robert E. Taylor. From Bradford County i iI
church services at
Miss Lucille Thomas of Gaines three children." At that time Remember I
We Strive To Carry The 1 Complete ville was visiting Mr. and Mrs. the soldiers all over the world Pine Level each Sunday morningand : ; HE STANDS FOR: \ :
Lee Green Friday night.Mr. evening with prayer meeting : j
Stock of Tubes and Parts i were protesting so they figured t
ij and Mrs. G. A. Gay madea that small concession would be i Wednesday evening at 7 o'clockat Hospital ;
business trip to Gainesville Fri- the church.CARPENTER'S. .
a morale builder. A
For Bradford taunt
Cup Vaculator ___:.______________________ 3.95 day.Mr. As I remember back in Sep ,- t *

4-Cup Vaculator _____________ ______________ 2.95 and Mrs. M. F. Hazen of tember the slogan was "Walt r .
Starke were visiting their par- :More State' & Ftttrral Fu.
____ ______ 1.25 Until Congress Convenes." So .in e
Eveready 2-Cell Flashlight, complete ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hazen For I14HMU In County :
Bird Everlike Matting, 25 yd. roll, 36 in. wide __ 8.75 and Mrs. J. C. Cone Saturday for all the good things they will W I'r.
didn't do then I hope they r.1
Farm Radio A & B Packs, Hi! V-A, 90 V-B ____ 5.95 afternoon. do one good thing before too L 4 + a 1I""llrf."t'lnClain\ Lateral
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gellmann of I
| Decca> Records ________________ -- .37, .53, .79 each B Jacksonville were weekend guestsof i I long. I E 5 r 1 Iteeuls. Throughout County f :
Hearing Aid 45V Type and 1 VI V Type ij Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey. I'm not speaking solely of let- : v
7.25 Mrs. Norman Rogers and son,, I ting fathers out of the army buta I Rrtlrr Public HchooU! )
I Turner Blow Torch ------------------------ t Ronnie Lee, of Jacksonville were number of other things I read I

Drake Electric Soldering Iron, 60 W --------- 4.50 i iI. guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Gay about each day, Now my sug Morn Adequate.

11. C. A. Electric Soldering Iron, 115 W ________ 7.50 recently. gesUon is, now that wu have Fo4t'huc)1 Lunch 1'rogrura :
crossed the stream, to change
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hinton
We Can Furnish Your Lighting Fixtures I
son, Bobble, of Waldo were week- horses entirely. And may say
RADIO TUBES WE HAVE THEM ASK US I I end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl again that I am not speakingfor .rty{ I1M'J't\8IM'd
Green. myself alone. I have 12000. I Old Ago Prnl We Can 'IF mish Fans in 12" to 48" Size i!. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry had 000 voter friends who feel the

Don't Forget"Duo-Therm Hot Water Heaters as their guests over the week-end,, same way I do and have gone 4,A- NO NEW TAXES
t Mrs. Raymond Crews and daughter through the same things I have
Also Duo-Therm Space ,
Margie Sue. and it's going to have a lot to
Mr. and :Mrs. E. J. Lewis Mla do In the future with the men '
See Us About Your Wiring Needs Vote for Roberts Is A Vote
,, Iva* Mae Lewis and Gene and Edward who "go'lo Washington,.D. C., to 1

AIS44'AIMI1"""a"""o111I1IIIII1I1II"111III"'IIh1II11I"'OII'IIIIIIIII'"I'OU"I'/ / ', '/ ""IIII1t1t'II1II1''I.'IIII'nllllll''IH""III1I1"I'"I11I1'I '''' ''' '' '''''' jj Endicott made a business I represent, us. Phone 64 STARKEOntheMinis For Your Own Best Interests
trip to Starke Saturday. I IG. Thank you for printing this
A. Gay and Floyd Parrlah A home-sick father In the army. Service JI
were visiting Mr. Gay's sisters, I ;
Mrs. J. R. Hall and Mrs. M. D Sunday School RallyA "
Cannon. In Jacksonville recently
Irs SPRING Vance Russ, T. W. Markey and grand total of $250.50 was !

Clyde Cone were fishing in Earle-' raised during the rally conductedby There's Money Today..andTomorrow.
ton Lake Friday and Saturday.Mr. the Bethel Baptist Church
AGAIN and Mrs. Winfred Hazer Sunday School. The two classes
and baby spent the weekend with contesting were the Adult Clans,
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Strayhorne taught by A. O Jenkins, and The t i'

I ct in Wildwood.Mr. Senior Class taught by Geo. H. in.Y our Woodlot
and Mra. Ralford Branner Little. The Senior Class won the : .

of Raiford were weekend guests contest, raising $133.75, and the '. -.... ,t'e ..
faf aAN of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gainey.Mr. Adult Class raised $104.30. The
and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and other classes raised enough more
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hazen madea to make a grand total of $2:>0.50. i
business trip to Gainesville -Saul Hankeraon, Supt. and L. Y I.; rtY"
Monday.Mrs. v ,
A. Williams Secy. ,
Eldon Hardy was shopping 3 1
in Jacksonville Saturday. with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Up- "\.
tit. ysM' ,3q'
Douglass Hazen, a student at church.

the University of Alabama, li Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Sapp and i4,, n I "k4t
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. children, Clara Lee and Jewell
B. F. Hazen. of Lake Butler spent Sunday, with q tf Y
Singing and prayer meeting I Is Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp. G ,(
held each Wednesday night al Mr. and Mrs.: T. M. Crawfordand
CLOVER the Baptist Church and everyoneis N. A. Connor of Midwaywere
invited to attend. visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Friends of Truman D. Dyal Pledger Johns Sunday
will regret that he Is seriously Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Turner
ill in the Alachua County Hospital and son Buddie of Orange ,
in Gainesville following a Springs spent the weekend with

$ heart attack at his home Friday his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J.
b. night. Turner.

y . . e Eustace Led Kelly who Is at.
of Florida,
tending the University
New RiverBy spent the weekend with his par i4
ents. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kelly.

The School Mr. and Mrs. Dick Carroll and f
family of Jacksonville spent the '
. . . day Sunday .with Mr. and Mrs '
Ri'S Church services were held Sun- Ira MerritL. ?I -
WHAT WE DO: day morning and evening at the Mrs. Jessie Lee Lazenby and i's

New River Baptist Church by the sons. Joe and John, and Mrs.
I Rev. Truby Parrish of Santa Fe. Cherry of Wesconnett spent the
1. Complete lubrication according to your car Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moreland and weekend at Mrs. Lazenby's home

manufacturer's specifications. daughter. Dorothy and Jo Ann, here.Mr. "Son .that woodlot of yours handy when times are good
2. Drain and flash old winter oil from crank case. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. 3. W. and Mrs. G. II. Pattersonof ,
Andrews and other relatives over Lake City were visiting Mr. will give you more spot cash too. G( \
3, Refill crank ease with new summer oil. (Limit the weekend.Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns Friday aft- "Your forester
agent or -
; Ii qu.) and Mrs. Willard Wynn and ernoon. right now than any other part county
daughter. Gwendolyn ol f Mr. and Mrs M. F. Wiggins will tell how to
small get
r *. Drain and flush old winter lubricant from Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Honabach and small of your farm you

transmission and differential. Mrs. M. I.. Johns and family sun- son, Eddie. ;of Arlington Va., and ."and keep on paying you the most out of your woodlot.

*. Refill transmission and differential with proper > day.Rev.. and Mrs. Truby Parrlsh Mr. son and Mrs.Ruddy Rudolph, enjoyed Andrewsand a fam- year in and year out. r By wise cutting, you can L

grade summer lubricant. and children were dinner guests ily dinner with Mrs. Susie An- "Pulpwood can be deguarantee another cash crop.
6. Remove front wheels and repack wheel bearing Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. drews and son, Lavon, of Starke
t Andrews. Sunday. Lavon has just been discharged pended upon when other "Let's get busy now and
7. Drain radiator and flush with clear water. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hunt of from service.

'. Inspect tire for nails, cuts, glass and inflate to Mulberry spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Saw and crops are poor. And, its excollect a cash pulpwood divi
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp. sons. Pete and Leslie made a in mighty dend."
correct income comes
pressure. Rob Andrews of Jacksonvillewas business trip to Lake City Sat tra
visiting relatives over the urday.
weekend.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ward" of DOm WASTE PRECIOUS TIME CUT TOP QUALITY WOOD j..** **..
and Mrs. Chester Moody Jacksonville attended church -It.. '
and children of Lake Butler Sunday at the New River Baptist
visiting Mr. and :Mra. Joe Church. VICTORY

J were Moody Sunday. W. A. Shiver of Jacksonvillewas ,, 'U S PULPWOOD
P. Roberts Motors Mr. and Mrs. Romle Johns of visiting Mr. and Mr*. Fernle 'VICTORY'PUtPWOOD
Jacksonville were visiting Moody over the weekend. CAMPAIGN
and other L. D. Vininff. Hal Edwards Lester Kite
and Mrs. Smith Johns Vollie GriffU of the State ,

600 relatives Sunday.L. Farm was visiting Mr. and Mrs ; Hogan Smith, Tyler Jones, J. K. Douglas ..If-j
Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. C. Clemons and John Sunday Jenkins Carl Nettles and son, Elbert Sun L. T. DYER Chairman **'*""
Gainesville spent
of day.
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SOCIETY and CLUBS Mrs. Andrews Chosen Student Nurse Notice Is 1W"OTIOJ1l hereby given that theund.r.l..n.d arm ,I*, (030 Pa. Market Street. Philadelphia I of writing. and shell

III la engaged In buMine You are required to appear on dr.residence. and A.t' tho
State MusicianOf ..M under the fictitious name of April 19, 1948, in the above uamed b. ''Of the claims 011,
Alvares Htore at 109 West Call St.. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff sworn to by the ut
Woodman Circle Starke. Fla. and Intends to register necks divorce and restoration of or 01' .altornpy, and. IIn'1'1;.4n
the said fictitious name In the Office Maiden Name. Bradford County voill.demnnd. nut if,, lllb;""
Methodist Circles Birthday Dinner of the Clerk of the Circuit Telegraph shall publish this Order
Mrs W. L. Andrews) was elected M1V Court of Bradford County, Fla.W. In next four weekly issues? As EDWARD
Have Mission StudyUnder For Mrs. Abernathy recently to the office of State H. Uraham, Mtarke, Fla. Witness my hand and official Testament executor Ih, La't
3-22 4t 4-12 seal at Htarke, Florida : ot
this March :: fA'A'Ph'
Musician for the Woodmen Circleto _____ 1&t h, 1940. I ddeceased. JI,d
the direction of Mrs. I. Mrs. F. T. Abernathy of Graham .- fill the unexpired term of Mrs IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas First, pUbU'1111 ,, :
P. Shepherd, secretary of mission celebrated her 68th birthday COUNTY. FLORIDA IN ,CIIAN- Am Clerk of said Court.T. 19"8 Ytrt"ZI'h
Edith Tipping. of Jacksonville CI.It Y. Frank Lnndrum Stark Florida.
education for the Woman's SocIety -I anniversary at her home'there who died while holding this of- C. H. Klmbrell Plaintiff vs. Velma Atty. for Plf. 3.2k 4t 4-12 N O 'rl't
of Christian Service, a successful Sunday with the annual family Klmbrell Defenda n t. Cake No. -
took last which served on a 4513. NOTICN BRADFORD COI'TYr'h: J;
study place dinner was fice.Mrs. NOTICE IS
ORDER hereby given that the JiF.nlJ'!:!
Thursday and Frlda'y afternoons, long table In the front yard under Andrews with other dele- NOTICE TO APPEAR undersigned are engaged In business pursuant toLawn Scrtinn CeIYI\Ii
in the church school building.Mrs. majestic oaks. gates left Thursday morning for I' STATE OF FLORIDA to; Velma under the fictitious name of 1937 181198, ,knuwn ,"f Flnrldtiit '
Klmbrell. whose residence la 2428Rocsnll Sunshine Juice at 703 .. all
the State Convention of the Temple Av (
.' ,J. T. Guy opened the Present with Mr. and Mrs. Ferry Road Charlotte :2, Starke, Fla. and Intend to register the followlniT 'MrrIAkIPh1\
Woodmen Circle which is to be North Carolina.You the Maid fictitious name In the ; Bradford County,
meeting with prayer on Thurs- Abernathy on this occasion were are required to appear on Office of the offered for MAle Florldl
4 held at the Marlon Hotel in Clerk of the Circuit at Pell
day afternoon and Mrs. P. H. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Reynoldsand April 22, 1946. In the above named Court of Bradford Fla. for the highest and! ,
In devotional service. and Ocala on Thursday Friday and Court and cause, wherein plaintiff -M. C. Ware, :Stare Fl R. .Ubject to the right of Eetn
Long led a Miss Jeanette Reynolds : of the u.,
divorce )Bradford CountyTelegraph internal
Saturday, March 21 22 and 23 eeks Klaewajr'. Btarke, Fla. ]mpruy
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins sang: a spiritual Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wasdln of shall publish this Order 3-13 4r-l'a. to reject any and all bldo'
The other delegates art Mrs. O Court House.
In next four weekly Issues
song, after which Mrs. W. O. Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Duff 'o'clock heglnnln"
C. Barkadale and :Mrs.: Irene Witness my hand and official I.X: TUB COURT OP TUB COUNTY 194666., at
Halle reviewed the' first chapterin Abernathy and family, Mr. and > seal at Starke Florida this March JUDGE BRADFORD COUNTY.: April Eenemettl j.
the book for study, "The CrossOver Mrs. C. J. Frazier and sons Mr. Johns, 2 lot, 1946.OFFICIAL. i FLORIDA I* PROBATE. b.right ot way. 200 fart It,
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas In reEtate of reservedrough front
Africa" by Bishop Newell S. and Mrs. Joe Call Mr. and Mrs. As Clerk of said Court. I Joseph M. Alvares, th Which there i I.,, >t>
Booth; the second chapter was Leon Wynn and daughters Mrs. P.T.A. Will]] Meet By Lucille C. Conner 'D.Fla.C.2ach Deceased.To State pnllite Road tract.and a. 10 kM aD.. ,
t reviewed by Mrs. I.. A. Davis; Maude Graves, Mrs. Math Was H. Douglas, Gainesville All Creditor and Permms IlitvMaid title to of 10 al'r...
4-12 .
Next WednesdayMrs. Mary Jo Caldwell. daughter of Atty. for Plf. 3-22 4t Isg CI. ... O. Desnds Against one-hnlf if .u ,
and the third chapter by Mrs. din and eons Miss Mary Ellen ICItt.te.You and thre..tourUIk at other R
M '. and. Mrs. J. G. Caldwell of IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD will be re.erv..
and each of
E. K. Perryman; a group of Wasdln A. T. Andrews, and Mr. you are hereby -
State ( FLORIDA IN CHAN Description
Thelma Flannagan the State Farm Is in her Junior COUNTY notified and required to present : Lot t nrEa 11
spirituals was sung, and the clos- and Mrs. F. M. Griffin. crenY.Herardus. any claims and demands which Oraham> Sec, 29 Twp T
you. 4
Mrs. Supervisor of the School Lunch year of training Charity Hospital Cornells Antonlus Alke- or either of you r have against t
: number was by
ing prayer Program and Dr. M B. Herlong New Orleans, La., and en- made. Plaintiff vs. Helena Henri- the estate of Joseph H. Alvares. I TRUSTEES OF THE p,
W. E. MIddleton. ette Wllhelmlna Maria DreesmannAlkemade. deceased, late of said PROVKMENT: !
Business Meeting County to Fr1pp
of the city, STATE
the charm
I Joying Defendant. Case No. the OF FtARILA
at the County Judge of
will be guest speakers Brad ford
Mrs. Shepherd served By A. J. ,,.
4512. Thom: ,
refresh-I which she finds true to tradition. County Florida at his office inStancetrFlorida Aft'nt
nn ment____ of n _hot n tea.___. __ ( Held by W.S.C.S. M&rch Meeting of the Parent- : ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND of said I. I. Fund, Bradtord eo,
Each day's work Is highlightedby It
NOTICE TO APPEAR within l eight calendar
salted nuts. Mrs. W. E. Middleton, presi- Teachers Association on. Wednesday more than one interesting epi- STATE OF FLORIDA to: HelenaHenrietta ; months from the time of the SUNSHINE
The was continued on March 27 at 2:30: m. Wllhelmlna Marla 1)reesmann first publication of thin notice JVIC4e .:
study dent of the Woman's Society of p. sode as this young nurse ministers Alkemade, whose residenceand Each claim or demand shall
be In >
Friday afternoon, and the meetIng Christian Service opened the Mrs. Flannagan will explain the to patients during this pre- address Is The Hague Holland. I
You are required to appear on ". ...... ... .--. ....
/ was opened by singing spirit- meeting Monday afternoon with recent legislation concerning the paratory period for her chosen April 19th 1940. In the above 1

uals. Mrs. Will Blair reviewedthe a prayer and a hymn was sungin provision of free lunches for underprivileged career through the splendid op- plaintiff named Court seeks and dlvor cause, Bradford wherein -
concert. : school children and portunity offered by'Uncle' Sam.
County Telegraph shall publish
fourth chapter of the study
her Dr. Herlong will give a brief sum- this- Order In next four weekly Issues. .
book and was followed by Mrs. Mrs. F. H. Long transacted .
W. H. Nollman reviewing the duties as secretary, and Mrs. mary of the progress made to date Mrs. Vining HostessAt Witness my hand and official
the Bradford seal at Starke Florida this March
by County Hospital
treasurer. It was reported -
fifth chapter; spirituals were then Olson as BridgeSupperMrs. list 1946.OFFICIAL.
sung !in concert; .and the book that $171 .had been col- Association and will ask for. the ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
lected to for the new tables support of the PTA. L. D. entertainedat Aa Clerk of said Court.
was finished by Mrs. 1. D. Vin- pay Vining By Lucille C. Conner D. C.
ing reviewing the last chapter.The for the Recreation Hall, and that The Executive Board of the PTA her home Monday night witha T. Frank Landrum Starke, Florida,
devotional service was led J25 was needed to pay freight. will meet Monday afternoon at bridge-supper in honor of her Atty. for Pit. 3-22 4t 4-12

by Mrs. Titus Olson, and an Mrs A. W. Anderson conducteda 2:30: at the school house. house guests, Mrs. Carrie Jane IN' CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD

joined In repeating the Lord'sPrayer. devotional service. The subjectof Frank and Mrs. Leonora Varna- COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCKRY. -

the program was "World Order Mrs. Smith HostessAt doe of Dublin. Ga., and Mrs. Mar- Florence-. Otto Plaintiff va. Paul

During the social period Mrs. and Peace",, and those taking parton guerite Dickens of Marianna and H. Otto ORDER Defendant.OF PUBLICATION Case No."4509.

Shepherd served fruit punch, the program were Mrs. Titus BridgeLuncheonMrs. of Mrs. Joe Spears of Cattlets- AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
Olson Mrs. I. P. Shepherd and burg. Ky.; who Is a guest of Mrs. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Paul H.
walfers and cakes. Junlus M. Smith entertained Otto, whose residence and address N.
Mrs. W. H. Nollman. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J. W. : I Ilf % Crown Can Company. Erlo .tote
at her home on Santa Fe KIncaid. and H Street, Philadelphia Pa. r, f Jx, 0 tie
Ladies AuxiliaryThe The meeting was closed with Lake l with a bridge luncheon You are required to appear on
prayer by Mrs. W. O. Haile. On Monday In honor of Mrs. Joe Bowls of sweetpeas and calendulas April 22. 1946 In the above named -
added to the beauty of the Court and cause, wherein plain
Ladles Auxiliary of the Monday April 1, Circle One will Spears of Ashland Ky., who is a tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County t9
Presbyterian Church will hold the meet with Mrs. Annie Lou God- guest of Mrs. O. L Beasley and living room where tables were Telegraph shall publish this Order a #
i next four j
placed for the players.MorganWilkerson. weekly Issues. totc3't
win and Mrs. W. J. Chandler .
March social meeting at the homeof ; Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. Witness. my hand and official reo
Circle Two will meet with Mrs. seal at Starke, 0 tag a 4.Il
the new president, Mrs. H. B. Spring wild flowers were attractively 20, 1946. Florida this March .
Boelter on W. Madison St. Tues- W. O. Halle.Winsome. placed about the room (OFFICIAL y SEAL) A. J. Thomas

day evening. March 26 at 7:30: p. m. where two tables were placed Miss Doris Mable Wilkerson Aa Clerk Py Lucille of said Court.C. c

All members are invited to attend. Class for' the players. Those present became the bride of Roy Lester T. Prank Landrum, Starke Conner Forld D. C. c ire bea vt 'O

with Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Spears Morgan, Jr., In a ceremony per- Atty. for Plf. 3.2i 4t- t-18 $ ,
SUNSHINE JUICES-See page The Winsome 'Sunday School were Mrs. T. F. Grady Mrs. E. formed by Judge E. K. Perryman IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD ti 3 a gam e 19

4. class of the Baptist Church will 1. Mathews, Mrs. Fletcher .Bur- in his office Saturday afternoon. COUNTY.. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. .3r

meet at the home of Mrs. James nette!, Mrs. Beasley Mrs. Kin- Mrs. Morgan wore a pastel Marie Philomena* Hurat >>

Lewis on Church St. today (Fri- said and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. blue two-piece suit with a cor- Ch'Bartsch. Plaintiff vi Joseph Bart-
7:30 All membersare 5Jnd"Ilt' Case No. 4499.
day) m.
sage of pink camellias. They OF PUBLICATION
ITCH urged to attend.DowlingBethea. SUNSHINE JVICES-Se, page were accompanied by Mr. and STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR
; Jo..phI
4. Mrs. Morgan, Sr. I Bartach., whose residence and
I, ___ .
Are you tormented with Itching of
eciema. psoriasis, rashes, first aid, JUICES-Seepage
athlete. foot, eruptions, r.ctalltch- Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Brewton 4. .

Inc affliction or other For externally quick caused relief .kln and Sr., of Waldo, formerly of Miami Jt1f. ; ..-... --- -
wood result use VICTORY OINTMENT announce th, marriage of their g .4 :
Developed for the boys In i .
daughter Dorothy Bethea to -
the Army now offered to the folk. Cy i\ ,
back home. White greaselesa, an- Ernest J. Dowllng, Jr., son of Mr. r
tiseptic. Safe for babies or chlljr .
and Mrs. E. J. Dowling of Starke.
name you can't forget SATIJLLAY?
VICTORY OINTMENT-the The marriage ceremony was performed ; -

Bold In Starke by flneat'l I In Folkston.,. Ga.,. on February Well whaddaya know Personal nomin a t l IOn for nuls- .
CARPENTER'S UHUU ) ,' a. Seems the city is slated for a ances-of-the-week: 'the lightheaded -i -41

60_-. ______ real dance In the near future femmes who sat In, the back #1 -
complete with orchestra n'every- of the Florida Theatre late Tues (CR q

MAIN MILITARY PISTE EUTOKS thing I Dances have been few day afternoon and giggled all L

.. V" and far between since the USO through the very un-funny "Lost

ARMY SUPPLIES' JEWELRY closed so I predict that this one Weekend" even during the

I will draw a capacity crowd horrifying D T. sequence /"
TOYS SHIRTS TIES SOCKS I Specially since it's for such a What a misplaced sensayuma! DRINK .Ll, \tl

worthy cause Sponsored by Hear that Eddie Davis' new ,
tra sr.tr jrj jjj sr j J* JJTJJ j *ri xsrj jrj,r r jj-j jj-
the BHS Letterman's Club, pro- package store on the Jax Beach

All Must Go At ASACRIFICE ceeds will go to purchase sweaters road was, robbed Monday nightof ,

for lettermen and cheerleaders 11500: worth of spirits LI
Music will be amply supplied un shine Juices

> by Perry Watson and his The concensus of opinion seemsto

In Order To Make Room For New University 'of Florida Orchestra. be that when bigger and bet-

Merchandise I which I understand Is a very capable ter steaks are raised Maurice< Ed-

I aggregation So keep the wards, Jr.,. will raise 'em At 703 Temple Avenue Adjoining:.Dixie, .Cafe
r I date open (Friday March 29) and least, that's the Impression I get

TilE I'll be seeing,, you at'the armory from reading some of the testimonials e

written by those who enJoyed -

FARMHOME & AUTO I said steaks hewn from FAESN
Quite a little pie-rating contest Maurice's handsome Hereford and

staged at the weekly. Ground : served at Stanley's Ranch over
School session at the Starke Airport the '
SUPPLYWill : weekend g To quote a
e Wednesday night Seems few:

that Robert Lappe was celebratIng Martha Johnson "Some &
Open In This Location About people Orange Grapefruit
his recent solo flight and
April 15th say they'd a for a
brought along a number of Camel, but I'll tell the world It's

Guy Andrews Part Owner & Manager samples" from the family bak- worth a SO mile drive to get a ,

ery Looks as if pilots will steak like this." -
\ 144 W. Call.St. Starke, Fla. soon be as thick around Starkeas
Mrs Dave Levin "It's
........ auto drivers Besides Rob- : a good JUICE
... .. ...... thing the steaks were no better
ert, others soloing in the past
'0...... _'_A" --- -.... .... .- -,_ ._, .. "'1- few days have included Buddy than they were or, I'd have eaten
I the bones alao."
31shop Edwin St. John and J. e

V. Grant Inside Info: If Capt. and M.... C. L. Stout

R. R. GROCERY everything breaks just right (Texas): "Even Texan has no .
Wholesome I
Starke will get some more publicity ;better baby beef steaks."

in a national publication Rev. and Mrs. Woodrow Flynn: .

& HARDWARE COMPANYJust and this time It'll be GOOD (for "'These steaks prove that Bradford "

a change) "County beef ranks with the Convenient'

best. .
Recently Opened Hear' Alice Anderson was pleas- Edward Burns "I never ate

antly surprised on her birthday better," Economical

One Mile South of Lawtey on Road 13 last week with 'a fried chicken Harry Tucker "This steak

supper at the O. P. Wadaworth'e: compares with the best from

In Hampton '. Enjoying the Kansas City."

event with her were husband Dr. J. W. Browmlees '"Congrat In
PRICES RIGHT Sam, son, Lyle.. Dorothy Lappe ulations to Maurice Edwards Jr. TreeripenedIndian
Jeanette and J. C. Wynn. the It was a prlae piece of meat"Lt.

SERVICE Wadsworths and Sgt. Cecil Talbot Ralph Rhodes "As the
CHARGE Incidentally hear Alice and Chinese say Ding ,Mao, which in River FruitkaVcA11

Sam Cecil and Ruby McBride of good old American means O. K."

.' Camp Standing gathered in 43: "Curle O'Brien "I come from e "
WE CARRY speckled perch on a very successful the West but western steaks

GROCERIES HARDWAREGAS fishing trip to they-won't-say- Were' never like this."

where last weak Margery Harry A. Anthony: "Between N'

& OIL Colley vouches for their tastiness, gating, and fishing I like fishing.But : j
seeing as how she Just accident a steak like this would even

Incidentally -- Electric Ranges (Now) ally happened to. drop around make me forget about fishing."

while Alice and Sam were frying -

the spoils' the other night, Well guess that's enough to
give you an idea <}f what those Citrus Juices Are Rich In Vitamin "C"

STOP COMPARE PRICESIf AH tile way from Hollywood steaks were like and now that
Calif., comes the report that Ensign our youngsters have proved what The Sunshine Vitamin

We Don't Have What You Want, We'll Try Leland SponholU was a rec.nt wonderful beet can be produced

To Get It For You. We Want Your Friendship.J. visitor at Earl Carroll's here let's have more of it!

"Sketchbook" revue showing at So long See you. in the nextCarolyn.

O. RAULERSON, Manager the: world-famous Carron Theatre- "Let Us Do Your Squeezing"
Restaurant Seems that Leland _

.... JU "- ,..... n ..... ............ .... _.. was during in Los Angeles temporarily SUNSHINE J1HCES-See page - -
-.0. a change of station - -
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LOCAL NEWS ,J, J, Canova of Panama CUy IN nnctUT cornT. nnADFORn"" Telegraph Hhatl publish tMa Oars !
IBITs of I waa In Starke Sunday for s 1cRoSs1Jas1 POI'VTY, n.oitioti IN: In ne.t four weelysausa I
CERY, t'I.AN-1 and official real
Witness hand
the funeral of J. M. Alvarez and ii-Eo riohert K. Olvln Plnlnttft.I vs. .t Starke Fla., this March' 2.....
his mother Mrs E. E. Canova, Kl"an iM.. lilvln, Defendant Case 1941. 1
H. M. Griffin of Miss Haven Crosby spent the returned with him Tuesday for a No. 4514 OF i iOUDKR I OFFICIAL BRA 1.) A..1. TII._
and Mr with Mr. weekend In Jacksonville with few days visit. NOTICE TO A. Clerk of mild Court.lly .
spent Tuesday : carry on APPEAR | Lucille) C. Conner. Ill -C.Chan. .
o Griffln.s Mrs. Juanita Hodges. STATE OF KIxmiDA: EleanorM. 1C lien, 104-01 Itealty 1114.Jacksonville *.
)frs.T After spending the spring holidays Uivln, whose residence and nd' Florida
Hinesley of Coving Monday night guests of Mr. here with their respective Your Red Cross dress burnt, N.In 14 J.It POM Avenue Lynu- Atty. for Plf. '-II 4t 4VI1

1< Dot guest this week of and Mrs. Alton Dobbs were Mr. parents. George; Flynn Jr., and ,watches over the r You urn required I to appear on '
Ga 1 is a T J. Griffin, and and Mrs. Lonnie Dobba and Mrs. Billy Colson returned Thursday '- .\|rll 19th 1114(1( In the above named SUNSHINE JUirES-Sr e .,..
comfort hosp.tdized Court and. wherein
Mrs. of cause plain.
and Bitch. Arch Dobbs of Raiford and Rev. to Emory University where they tiff seeks divorce Bradford County 4. .
Carrie W. E. Hall of Pine Level. Mr. are taking courses veteran 4
preparatory to I - - - -
and Mrs Alton Dobbs spent Hall was an overnight) guest as entering the dental college. >and service YU'.T";:: _ _
afternoon of last week Mrs. Hall Is visiting In Georgia '

day with Mr. and Mrs. this week. Miss Shirley Colley will returnto people, every "
ake City Tallahassee Monday to resume takers Help put '

DObbS, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwardsand her studies at the Woman's Col- its 1346 Fund .... P10TICEDeadline

[ '8H1N-E JUICES-See page family spent the weekend lege. %
Campaign over.
with friends near Orlando. Maurice ..,

and Mrs. Edwards, Jr., and his friend. Mrs E. S. Matthews left Tuesday Give g MTOUSIJAmerican/I

nday guests of Mr Milton Prevatt and Carolyn Edwards for a visit In Orlando( with a
n' Dobba were Mr. and attended the rodeo inKlssLmmee. her son-in-law and daughter Dr. \

Dobbs of Lake. City, and and Mrs. H. B. McLendon. She .

Mrs. Warren J. Dobbs accompanied Mr. Matthews who .

of palatka, Mr. and Mr- Joe Col. fund Mrs. Slgbee Scruggsof was on his way to attend Rail-

? and children of Ft. Pierce Gainesville were guests of Mrs. I road Commission hearings In .

vr and Mrs. Fred Halslop) Scruggs' niece. Mrs S. E. Tampa.

and Mr. and Mrs. Sparks, on) Thursday of last
daughter. SUNSHINE JUICES-See page For Accepting pleatToBeCured
Hals10p.ISS week.Mr 4. Red Cross Aids

Louise Snyder came Wed- and Mrs. Horace Wilson
from Lo Angeles. C llf. Jr., of Washington D. C. and I Mrs. G: L., 'Patten and son, Wounded and AblebodiedNot
ay with herr I George; of Jacksonville have been
some time Albert Wilson of Boston. Mass...
pond, Mrs. A. F. Sauls. I were weekend guests at the guests for. several days of Mrs.Patten's long ago to a Red Cross field For example, there was the

homes of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wilson mother, Mrs E. E. director with an outfit on maneuvers blinded soldier whose face was hor-'

1'8. E. C Sparks of Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Canova.Mr. flashed a message that the motherof ribly scarred, who was expecting a
this week with her in his unit visit from his wife and Is March 31st
pending Mr. andS Sparks. and< Mrs. Leon B. Moorerof a man was criticallyill fiveyearold -
and daughter-in-law and the man daughter. It would be the first i
Miami the week-end here
E. Sparks and daughter REAL the chufa seed axl of: spent was needed at meeting in two years, he told the
with Mrs. Moorer's
John T. FarriHh In clammed col- parents Mr. homeimmediately.With Red Cross girl who was teaching -
and Mrs. J. W. Andrews.
fcta.L been umn. 3-8 4lp this message him rummy with Braille cards.
who has
Lula Priest, Mrs. Walter S. LaMon and' from the '01dier's + "My little girl knows I'm blind
Ling while with relatives Mrs. N. T. Ritch spent last
a daughter Lorraine and Mrs. La- Red Cross and she's planning how she'll do
Lake City, is spending this weekend with Mr. Ritch who is Mon's father Michael chapter verifying things for me," he said. STARKEICE

L I with her son and daughter- Working with the Seaboard Rail- will return Saturday to Wagner their the illness thefielddirectorcalled But what she did not know, what I
la* Mr. and Mrs. Clyde way In West Palm Beach. She had been kept from him so that it
Lit She will visit a son' in will return In April to stay with home in Woodhaven. L. I., after on the commanding officer who ar- might not retard his readjustment
month's vacation In
listen later. him if living. accommodations are spending the Adkins a home on Kingsley ranged an emergency furlough. was the way he was scarred and I COMPANY

available. While a courier sped up the line disfigured.The' .
Ls. E. Johns wasen Lake. Mrs. LaMon is sister-in-
Charley to fetch the soldier, the Red Cross Red Cross girl caught her
to St. Vincent's hospital In Mrs J. L Simmons has as her law of Mrs. H. E. Tucker ofStarke. man was busy arranging trans breath. "That's fine," she calil. ''V"r

Iksonville Sunday by a DeWitt guest several days this week her portation. "I'll meet them at the train." .. .
Ijones ambulance. Her condll sister Mrs. T. W. Nichols of hours the boy was '
Col. ctnd Mrs. D. E. Knight Within a few Her'heart sank upon seeing the I
In somewhat Improved but Jacksonville. They visited an- In Jack- at the Red Cross field office where tiny girl. It.would be a job to pre- I j II I
spent Tuesday shopping Fresh Dressed & Drawn
I may have to undergo ah option other sister Mrs. R. C. Mansfield furlough papers and a ticket awaited pare her for the shock to make i
later. In Lake City Wednesday. him. The field director drove sure she did not let her father suspect FRYERS Lb. .62

little Cpl. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford, him to the airport, and the boy arrived ), there was anything wrong. -
Kelly and Mrs. Carrie Ritch and son. Dr. -- -- --
?.? Jr., who formerly lived here and home in time-not to( see his Gently she told the child about i I
Le Dobbs are spending this Thomas G. Ritch, returned Mon- but to her life her face how it would
are now living on the A. P. Hill mother die, save daddy's get Kath's BreakfastBACON .
Ik with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. day from Atlanta, Ga., where Dr.
Military Reservation while Cpl. with a blood transfusion. better how much he loved her and
Llop in Raiford. Ritch received his M. D. Satur- after Lb. 40
Crawford is stationed in Fred- Today,almost seven months that she mustn't be afraid. Then, I ,

Nina Bishop was calledm day from Emory University. He eilcksburg, Va., spent a weekend V-J Day, some 17,000 Red Cross with a prayer in her heart, she led I ___ __ I II
|Miss! will visit here a week then go workers are still with the GIs at mother and child to where the I
| Wealeyan College in Macon back to Atlanta to take the examination recently visiting friends In WH- clubs I
home and abroad. Hundreds of blinded soldier waited. Cured Tenderized, Whole or Half
illness of lIamsburg Va.. and visiting
|, Monday by the for his license before ; and rest homes overseas are in operation The H. A. Bishop. 1'rlenda and touring the city In -
mother, Mrs. going to Great Lakes",, Ill., for where men meet on leave, get Now, upon the actions of a little ,

3. Bishop Is slightly improved nine months interneshlp. Washington D. C. home-cooked food, and that prime girl, the future of this family would Center Slices, Lb. -f,. e.. .48 I

t; Miss Bishop will remain SUNSHINE JUICES-See page American favorite-doughnuts and depend. For a moment the tot 1
rough the annual Spring vaca- SUNSHINE JUICES-See page entertainment ..- I
4. coffee. Music and stood In the doorway: looking at

n. 4. books, magazines, an<\ home town her father across the room. Then, SPARERIBS Lb. ..22 :,
Mr. and Mrs. John Love Wilkes newspapers, lounge and writing without hesitation, came the patterof ..

A '" of Jacksonville spent the week rooms-all are popular. For men little feet, and she threw her -- -- 1,:,. I.
staying overnight there are com arms around her father's neck. Of'
end with Mrs. Wilkes' brotherinlaw -
EVERY BRANCH OF and sister. Judge and Mrs.A. fortable beds, clean sheets, and hot "Daddy," she cried, "Daddy, it's me 20 Lb. Kits *",.i' "Li.i T I'

.. Z. Adkins. showers. -we're so glad to have you b.ckl"! PURE LARD :$*- 4.00
More Important than Red Cross A simple service yes. But it determined ,

'f) Pfc. W. T. "Billy" Jackson re- services to the able-bodied are the happiness of three .. :-:----:-;_.. .. .. .': .

'Vi .......,... _,. turgedtp Oliver General Hospital! those.!*: theVfrounded,and ilL In people, Wtthput the understanding 2 1.2 Gallons, **"
*-::In.tt i | 4V "c* e' -- In Augusta Ga., Monday after army and navy hospitals the heart and the many who daily giveof PICKLE PIG FEET .: 3.25 x I
n .
spending the, weekend with his country over, professional and volunteer their minds and souls, the ad- ,"

.... (" fa ) family here. ,Friends were gladto Red Cross workers serve in justment of thousands of servicemen _,__ I".._ {. ..........-

J.jJ, see that the cast has been removed many ways. might be seriously retarded Smoked
from his arm which is To the hospitalised a financial or The American Red Cross needs CountrySAUSAGE C

showing improvement.Mrs. family problem may prey upon the 1100,000,000 to carry on during the Lb. .45 i

H. C. Wall mind and dull the will to recovery. next fiscal year. I

\ AgencyConstant S. L. Peek and Miss", Under guidance of Red Cross medi- Because farm families have a big BRING US YOUR EGGS :

Frances Peek were shopping in cal social workers many a problemis stake in the Red Cross they consist .

Jacksonville Thursday of last dissolved, and obstacle overcome. tently support the organisation. ( ;

Service Over 50 Years week. Programs directed by recreation The Red Cross is confident that WEST/ END GROCERY & MARKETMADISON

workers help patients forget their families in agricultural area., the

Walter Williams Jr.. traveling troubles. Red Cross volunteers backbone of the nation, will generously ST. STARKE. FLA.,

Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED salesman for the Valdosta Drug supplement these workers! with support the 1946 Fund

Company was a Thursday guest every conceivable service.A Campaign. I, wrnnnsoninunimtnnaroerenminaiawoniiyuilmsnnnanmrnmlia.srsa rT_ nuanlnn"mnraua.nwsemnrsr A in
of his cousins Mrs. J. M. Mitchell

and Miss Lucille Mitchell. brief visitor Saturday of Mr. SUNSHINE JUICES- -Eke page
Miss Helen Jones has returned and Mrs. J. L. Simmons was Mrs. .. ,
brother-in-law. C. W.
from a visit with her brother-in- I
law and sister. Lt. and Mrs. H._B Bailey of East Orange. New Jer- J NOT I Oil

Edmonds in El Paso Texas. Lt. sey. NOTICE 19 HKHEnY QIVIW that
he undvrslicned are e.nsaBjed In
IR SALE; House trailer with FOR SALE-Praetlca.ll new home, Edmonds has been discharged and buslnemt under the fictitious nameof
I'rn, 3:I bedroom, daetrablo Mrs. V. Landry left Tuesdayfor 4
riiHtom built fair cnndllle well furnlahed, Hollywood Camera and (lift
lle onabl.. inquire Coca- location lot 69x110, reasonable they returned with Miss Jones her home in New York after located. at SI I But Call tit.,
Cola Write Box 718 Shop
plant. -
Up easy term* for a visit here before going to
or call No. 1. "P spending the past five months Stark. Fla.! > and Intend to renlnter
fill.SALK-1 5-room house com- live in St. Petersburg where Mr. the Mid fictitious name In the Office .
lately furnUhed with electric CIIUFA SEED-1945 crop recleaned, Edmonds will be connected with with her son-in-law and daughter, of the Clerk of the Circuit ;

"frilloralor.""' heater and 3 adjoininglota.electric hot. 99 germinated 80-100: 80-lb., no nut ba.H,grass net ,price purity 40 the Veteran's Administration. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Strickland.She Court of Bradford County, Pla.

ere newly '."""d. P. O. Box a4$ I I lb.. 19 f.o.b. shipping point. dee also visited another daughterIn J. R. Rulllns-ton and R. L. :
apply in\ S. Church St. tf airent SUNSHINE JUICES-See
ample at your county page. Teuton Starke Fla. NOW SHOWING
accepted.John while here.
office. No" C'. o d. ordem 4. Tampa
!IT m'R AND -- T. Pariah Darlington
SIbgg5 PROPERTY, ... Walton Co.. Fla. Charles Knight and Jim Godwin Recent guests of Mr. .and Mra. ro i'
'HOME MADE: SOAP for ieFulluma. of Raiford spent last weekend Frank O. Peterson. have been Mr. C101ty.Wallace; Plaintiff v.. Norman OF ,

I 807 East 10that15 Xtp at the latter' camp at Salt Peterson's brother-in-law and slater Wallace, Defendant.. Cane No.4SII. .

) 8111LLB REAL! Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Will Lunneryof of! II.
liunlneim and
SALE Beautiful 11 J
-$TAT FOR Wls. and his ] NOTICK TO AWKAIl en e c, r < m a
her niece an' AND
&".t..t ...... :residential lot. In most desirable VI Smith, who has made Earl ,
try ... leer f eMHu location In Starke. Mr*. W. It. Mr. and Mra. George W. STATE OP1 FLORIDA to: Norman
."**. *..... ...' St. home with Mrs. Bernice Opper- nephew whuxe realdn I. A 11.-
late. .' H....._........_ Nollman; 101 W. MadUon of Hayward. Wis. While Wallace .
several Towne
a asyen i I-II tlV man for the past years hany Work House, Uo& 5*. BlawHUM. 1, o [ o n e eungl
frem fa.
Ma' .n her visited Green Cove Pennsylvania.Tou .
Free and worked at Camp Blending here they'
e"en Il.flal. I
billfold on
!.STROUT REALTY AGENCY 'I LOST-Man'toad! 28.. Thursday black. afternoon. will leave this week for a visit Springs St. Augustine and Cedar April IJ. 1M required! :In the to above appear namsA on JoifttArticles .

Represented Locally Contains Identification and ether in her home In Pennsylvania be- Keys. They said_ there was alx Court and cause, wherein plaintiff -
By !
please Bradford
valuable papers. Finder .eek. divorce. County
r- C Rte. 2. accepting a position In feet of snow in Wisconsin when I
IIOLLrNGSWORTH return to JJ. J. FInley, fore Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
116 So. Walnut St. Box 63-B, Starke. Fla. and, lip r. Washington, D. C. they left. next four weekly Unite '
calve reward. WltnouM my hand and official
"'! Beth Knight of Mrs. S. S. Dowling had as deal I at 8tarke Florida, thus March
'TRES8ES Miss Merry
male answer tiltplag
of White Spits See the Odors Now
hled aU kind. reno- STRAYED- It weekend Tuesday Mrs. J. B. God- :21, 11148.CorP'lcrA'. Splendid on
; furniture of Teddy. per. the guests
"Ptiolatered and! to name Gainesville spent Thomas,
bnnl.h.d I .
OrClp card. don has dog tied please releaseand and bold and James and Mrs. *
u. a Col. son Court.
ASTl.1G8 MATTRESS Co. 90S he will come home. Reward. with her grandparents A* Clerk of said + Ablentot + Carnation
Irt Palatka Fie tf'R I -Mrs. H. E. Tucker. UpCHUFA Mrs. D. E. Knight. Wilson G. Lee all of Jackson By Lucille C. Conner D. C. ,
ville. James U. Hrandleii. Lynch Kill 11..1 Ins;. + .
Confetti Gardenia
: SEED-19 per bushel atSlatrunks ..
RALE-t and Gary Ja'kllonvlll.l'lurld.
Bln. hou. eora- Seed. Store.Call Mrs. Gary son
lfW' ratri11"11"4 t with .>.otrlo re- I St. Feed A Morgan are In Tampa where )fro and Mra. J. Dorr Smith of) Atty. tor Pit. 1-22 It + Miracle Shanghai
b lI'aH range. heater and! J-
"I I of Kansas are spending two
"aiel'' called because Eldora.
heat.r. Ennis was
"OPPI, til $: Church p' O.St. &arke Starke.tt ::1 NOW Asaleaa IS andECamellas.!! Reliance Mrs.the Illness of her mother, Mrs.a weeks with Mrs. Smith's parents.Mr. SUNSHINE JUIC.E8-S-: page .' + Tweed tor

aaalea and camellia f.rtlllm.r at and Mra. W. L. Blair. 4.
: 8ALE13 soar 0' land! with SI.trunk' Seed Feed. Btore. It- P. Scruggs. .... .... -"' 'IQo
f I We have these fine odors In
( ---- perfume colognes
I h,"h or"runt tog house. celled. $500. ROOTONE-For better rooting of Alex Robbins left Sunday for 9'- .

I t V'terms'!'In 'Kenny:s miler arlffte..onthea.tItflta ; .*t- I I now non'.alelbatand raMe'. deed. New York City on a buying for-trip You Are Cordially InvitedTo talcum!,. bath powder and ratchet. .

Owner W. I* Llndsey. A.. Feed Btore for Robbins dry goods store
,1N. Orange Ar..r Ft-1 Meade! merly Steinberg's. He will be Attend The Opening
Twin Hollywood bed We also have Lentherie
1.1 dtp FOR SALE:- Shaving lotion Shav1
|I]Ire In very good condition for a away about ten day. '.. ..
I' 'SCRPl.L't DOT BOME'-Auto rea.onabl. price. 891 N. Church ing Cream and'Shaving BowL
IBB. a..n.porner larke. Walnut. .. Ua4ltr Bt. after ':'0 p. m Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pooser

..partmentwlr' were in Tampa on business this Jam SessionMarch ..J.# 0
I?',, "LF--one lterea.n refrla- FOR eml-prlvate bath. Prices. IIX.MSO week. Better select your Easter perfumed and eolog-'
R Dries o "ttlB- Rood a. new.Ounter.. and ,,7.50 ,"onth. 8..e nes while our stock is complete.
North SLits
lido. P)0.) move. W... H. Miss Terry. JO* Cherry R O. Daniel of Sarasota spent 23rd
a-l 4tp

lilt. 1BRCK8.. .M.llllon.. are need- FOR SALE-Ch.anthemum dosen.-Mr.plants. J.., the weekend friends In visiting Starke. relativesand He reports OWLOn Also showing a limited amount of
"Iurn e CASH buelneee.w I SIC and 50c per NITE J
raft I .tart In week I P. Wyrlck. Lawtey. Fla. "P that his son the Rev. Russell -
'tD-rats:. Ine"pon..IYe. ea.lly hand Daniel formerly of Vero
(troy I TYRA BRICK K.AKER. (00 BARBED WIRE SamRo..nb.rt.225 yAQOLEy'sKoch
Nulg 1I! and cement and any polnt. heavy, for eale.-8ee Beach, was recently called to be Hi-way 13
j n..d.d. E'lal1d B. Call St., tarkirOR the Episcopal ChurchIn
R ,; "rick. lIa.,. money. Let Fla. rector .
K r n.. what can b. -done. ** Rome Ga. Music from 8 to 12 m.
HN:II. BOgf101C0." WYOIIUNO; SALE-Tomato and *"" p.
I.U dip pl&nt.--.Jordan'. H o Stark..Its Lennon has received a

Po\\'t ()'hn JI.F.; 1 high war 48. .aat of discharge Luther from the Navy and is Mon., Wed. & Sat. Night Drug Store

:J ar a Oltt BhoDyalor salt LISTINGS WANTEn-E- V.broker Davis.iSr. back at his home In Starke.
real eetate
LACY recletered

uef lllato, f3"a"I tlIM\JON8 t., Bight: elie 10. for actI otrlc.home:] phone phone .J t47I.II 8. P.ut O. W.B-Blalverslty Unl-224. SUNSHINE .JUICES-S pace J ..... -J The I Management.I ..... .- 0.. 1.-.. -' .r, .Per toOo. .. Oaln.e..llte. J. J
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I"I e . S . 555 . S -
,I Valuable Tips Treating Seed Will Gardens To Play Church Of ChristThe I"Looking Back

( On Farm ProblemsEditor's Reduce Losses In State Farm Important RoleIn Theressa Church of Christ in Starke .with A cordial this church Invitation fa 10

Information in Planting Field Crops liy His. Bryan Whitfield Peace EraThe Ity Irene Cochrane will begin a series of Gospel the minister w
( Note: . . Herroy
this column comes from workersof . r r r . r Isn't for the home meetings next Lord's Day which lections will be &ake4
Proper fertilization, treatment war over
the Florida Agricultural Experiment will continue through the follow one is
of seed, and proper spacing are BRIDGE CLUB MEETING garden. Mrs. James Swindell Is goingto to bringr
Station and Agricultural Important factors In growing pea When Mrs. R. P. StubbIns entertained This valiant wartime servant of write the Theressa news notes ing two weeks. Services will be

Extension Service.) nuts, Agronomist :J. Lee Smith of the State Farm Bridge the Nation's food stockpile, Instead each week now as Miss Irene conducted by A. Waldrep Johnson -

Spraying with a mixture of one the Extension Service advises Club Wednesday afternoon of of being ready for Its hon Cochrane felt she had too much minister of the Springfield

pound of lead arsenate and SO Florida farmers who are now last week she added special orable discharge, is being givenan school work to spend enough Church in Jacksonville, at 7:45: VSE66Cold
gallons of bordeaux Is effectiveIn making preparations for plantingthis beauty to her home with a pro- even larger assignment, A. P. time on' them. p. m. each day. (
controlling tomato fruit-worms. crop. fusion of sweet peas. Defense Spencer, director of the Florida Mr. and Mrs. Murray Castle-
Dusting with a 3 to 5 percent Treating seed with a protectant Stamp prize winners among the Agricultural Extension Service at berry of Adel Ga., are visiting The subject for Sunday at 11 ****
DDT dust also is effective. If residue such as spergon or arason will two tables of players preSeht Gaines v 1111 e, said this w)!ek. their parents Mr. and Mrs: J. C. a. m. will be "Christ, the Christian's Llq.ld..bl".M.I...
of either of these materials is reduce losses of seed to disease to were high, Mrs. Fielding Chap Where it formerly helped to feed Cochrane and family. Great High Priest" and at CAUTION, 1.001 ,..

on tomatoes when they are ready a minimum and result in .good man; second high, Mrs. Tom the United States It is now be, Mrs. L. Van Epp of :Jacksonville 7:45: p. m. the topic will be AI

for market, It should be washedoff. stands, Mr. Smith explaIned. Connors and "bingo", Mrs. M. E. ing asked to help feed the world. spent Sunday and Monday -
Every farmer who grows the crop, Griner. At the end of the games Home garden products will permit with her parents Mr. and Mrs.
will find it worthwhile' to treat' Mrs. Stubblns served sandwichesand more foods to be shipped to starving W. W. Packham. EAT at JOE'S GQI
his seed. potato chips with Coca- IL ,
An open nest should be pro- peoples.L. Mrs. Alice :Jones has returned
vided for every five or six hens in I The Extension worker recom- Colas. T. Dyer, local county agent, home after a visit with relativesIn 3 Miles North'of Starke on Road 13

tile laying flock. If trap nests are mended fertilizing peanuts with COMMUNITY CLUB 'MEETINGLast in commenting on Spencer's announcement Miami. i .
used, there should be one for about 300 pounds of superphos described the remarks -
week's of the Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 'MIlliken
every three or four hens. phate or 200 pounds of 0-14-10 meeting as "timely, and worthyof Fried Chicken and Sea
per acre, and planting the seedIn Community Club was presidedover the attention of all Bradford and children, Glenn and Sylvia, Food
six to by its president, Mrs. :J. O. were weekend visitors of their
lawn In the 30-Inch rows spaced
For a good green farm and home gardeners". Thereare
spring, apply 50 pounds of 4-7-8 eight Inches In the drill. Plant- Godwin. At the end of the business still many: suitable vegetablesthat parents :Mr. and Mrs. A. L. 'Sul Our Specialty

or some other complete fertilizerto ing In this manner requires about session, during which there can be planted this season, livan.
every 100 sq. feet while the two bushels of shelled seed per were round table discussions of he said, and he stands ready to Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Triest and
grass is dormant or before spring important club matters, Mrs. I.. provide whatever planting Infor- family visited relatives In Jacksonville
growth gets well under way. acre.Mr.. Smith also had several suggestions A. Shepherd and Mrs. Bryan mation and service is desired. Sunday.
Broadcast it evenly over the lawn I for farmers planting Whttfleld, hostesses, were In exten- I I Misses Inez Neel and Eva Mae EARL'S
and then water it thoroughly. ,corn. "No farmer should plant charge of the social hour. Their President Truman, the out, Triest were hostesses Saturday GARAG
he consisted sion service director pointed I
corn without fertilizing it, refreshments of sand- at -
night a delightful outdoor
Chickens are most susceptible to said. "Use 300 to 400 pounds of wiches and cookies with coffee. has declared that the threat of the of party at the :Mason home on One-Half Mile South of Starke on Rood 13

colds roup, and other diseases a complete fertilizer per acre under Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins, starvation in many parts Crystal Lake in honor of Erenst
when their resistance has been the crop, and sidedress it Mrs. J. R. Kite and little Miss world and the urgent need for and Thomas Triest. A nice All Kinds of Auto Work

lowered. Effective preventive when it is about 35: days old with Mary Rivers Stubbins made a food from this county of continued emphasizedthe efforts crowd enjoyed the fun and following -
measures against colds and roup from 100 to 150: pounds per acre business trip to Gainesville Sat Importance games hot dogs, cakes, WORK USED Wrecker
bal- soda Its equiva- to add to our total food sup- GUARANTEED AUTO PARTS DtYOR
Include feeding an adequate, of nitrate of or urday. and coca-colas were served. !
I "Food to win the
ply this year.
anced ration, adequate housing so lent.
Accompanied by Charlie Knightof
catchphrase Mr. and Mrs. Frank and
Is than a Kelsey
crowded correc- recommended the hybrid, peace more
birds will not be He Gainesville JImmie
tion of housing defects to elimi- Florida W-l, and the Florldenta Godwin spent ,the past weekendat Brown and the home garden Is daughter, Elaine, of Starke were WE BUY SELL and TRADE USED C
nate drafts, rotating birds from for northern Florida, and the going to have to supply a good parents, Mr. and
one run to another, moving wat- Cuban Flint or Big Joe varietiesfor Salt Springs. part of it If the world is to have Mrs. A. H. Kelsey Monday.Mr. .
erers frequently to prevent development southern Florida. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. enough." .. and Mrs. ,A. H. Kelsey
of wet, muddy places Farmers growing corn on land : M. Bradley at noon Friday It was further noted that were' business visitors to Melrose

where parasites may breed, and that will produce peanuts well were Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bradley gardening is now and may continue Sunday.Mrs. .

spading or plowing the soil of can practically double their Income and sons of Jacksonville. : to be necessary to meet W. D. Garrett, Miss Grace
the yard or run and planting oatsor by planting the two cropsin Miss Sara Crews of Lawtey shortages resulting from labor Dickinson and Larry Swindell ENJOY GOOD FOOD ATSTANLEY'S

rye. combination, the agronomistsaid. visited Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Red- and transportation difficulties.Hampton. visited friends in Lake Geneva ,
ding last Wednesday and was the Monday afternoon.We .
A sure way of protecting smok- overnight guest of Miss Lila Rae e . e are sorry to report that
ed meat from skippers is to- wrapit tlon. In hanging smoked meatsit Caldwell Thursday. Mrs. S. H. Dodd Is still on the RANCI
properly and store in a semi- Is also advisable to place piecesso Misses Lila Rae and Peggy sick list.
dark, well-screened, and well ven- will not touch.
they Caldwell were guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Zelgler
tilated place. Skippers are larvaeof By Mrs. M. C. Sweeney 3 MILES SOUTH OF TOWN ON ROAD 28
a little DDT dust Mrs. A. O. Yongue in Martel last and family of Gainesville were
surface flies or that meats.lay their Preventing eggs on the the along Sprinkling a dog's backbone will con- week-end. . . a. weekend visitors of their father,

flies from getting to the meats trol fleas. A DDT dust of about Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Lang of Marvin Eiland entertained witha :J. J. Zeigler and sister, Mrs. :J. D.

thus protects them from infeata- 10 percent strength has been Jacksonville De a c h visited Dr. welener roast at Hampton Lake Griffis. .
found effective for this purpose.A and Mrs. R. P. Stubblns and Mr. i last Saturday night. About 25: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dodd of STEAKS --- CHICK!
dog should never be sprayed and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier Monday. young people enjoyed this outing Mldlakes attended church Sunday

GE 7Hf with an oil preparation containingDDT. Miss Mildred Hundley was with and games were played by a large night.
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. :J. H. bon-fire. Pickles and hot coffee Don't forget prayer meeting SEAFOOD
? SPEEDY SURERELEFFORACD of established Hundley, from Sunday until were served with the roasted Wednesday night at the Christian
Good management welners. church and Christian Endeavor
fertilization Thursday of last week when she
pastures, weed Includes control proper, and reg- left for Anniston, Ala. Miss Mr. and Mrs. George Rahme there and BTU at the Baptist DINNER PARTIES SOLICITEDFARMER'S
INDIGESTIONCarpenter's lundley has been moved last Church on Sunday night.
ulation of grazing. Proper fertilization transferred to and family Saturdayto
Increases growth and fort McClellan by the Red CrossIn Mayport near Jacksonville

mineral content of pasture plants; whose employ she has been where they,will make their home. labeck Constructs

mowing and other weed control stationed at Camp Blanding for Mr. and Mrs. Luther Watterson New Garage

s I (practices discourage weeds and some time.Sunday have been visiting relatives

give good pasture plants a better visitors of Mr. and Mrs. In Ft. Myers this week. On Highway 13
chance to thrive; and regulated R. P. McLendon ,were Mr. and Mrs. Dorothy Williams spent .SUPPl
grazing gives pasture plants a Mrs. J. S. Cogdill and little : the weekend with her parents, Construction of a' concrete

Storr chance to come back after being daughter, Kay, of St. Marks. Mr. and Mrs Dan Johnson of block garage and service stationen
Drug Highway 13 has been announced -
grazed. Mrs. Madge Bozarth the Jacksonville.Mr. .
spent by Joseph F. Rabeck. It is ,CORNER 10TH & CHERRY STREETS
greater part of the past week In and Mrs. Fred Dodd and
expected that the work will be
LOOMIS01'T0METaIST Miami as the guest of friends. : and of Mid-
DR. JAMES F. sons, Johnny Danny, completed this month, with the
Mr. and Mrs. :J. L. Williamswere lakes were Sunday guests of Mr. business scheduled to open In ap- COMPLETE LINE OFPratt's
Jacksonville Phone 8- 098 In Gainesville Friday. and Mrs. M., M. Matchett.Pfc five'
I Suite S0 -10 Masonlo Temple Bldg., proximately weeks. The
FOB'EROFKSSIONAL CARE AND DISTINCTIVE STYLE Mrs. H. L Fowler, Sr., Mr. LeRoy Thomas and family establishment will be located .
HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED REGULARLY and Mrs. Henry Fowler and of Ft. :Jackson, S. C., have been within a short distance of the Stock MedicineHog

"We Render a Complete Optical Dispensing Service"INDUSTRIES Misses Hattie and 'Nettle Mae recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. northern city limits, near Halle's
Fowler of Lake Butler were din- Merritt M. Hess. tourIst camp. Powder

ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Turner Mr. Rabeck lost his three sons
Griner Monday night.Mr. and daughter. Betty Joyce of Lawrence, Leroy and Robert in Poultry & Pet Tablets

and Mrs. Robert Williamsof Jacksonville have been visiting the recent war. The young men
Jacksonville were supper his sister, Mrs. B. I*. }11D1 on. were reported killed in the European Flea Powder & DisinfectantG.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W H. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Moorer of theatre. .
Williams Monday.R. Miami visited Mr. and Mrs. Horace In making the announcement

I P. McLendon P.D. Fancher, D. May this week. the owner said that the garage

STARKE :Jr., and H. O. Bates attended the Mrs. Claude L. May and son, would be managed by Earl Patterson E. Light ,Bulbs
training school for Scout of Starke, a former paratrooper -
,I officersat Richard, Mrs. W. C. Kammerer,
The following is a partial list of new Industries Camp Olena during the past and Misses Norma and Joan who was discharged In
week. August, 1945.: He stated that the Iron Cords
Sweeney spent Friday in :Jack- & Extension
I, suited to Starke and for which there is Mrs. W. D. Newton is visiting sonville as guests of Mrs. Mar- business would be staffed entirelyby

;, ample labor & a ready market in this locality: her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. vin Gnann. follow veterans, and of that he would
a policy
employing only
and Mrs. C. M. Turney.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Thornton :Johns
A. M. Rlcharde were shopping in Gainesville Sat ex-servicemen in any enterprise
and Mrs.
1. Peanut Butter Factory. .
H. )M. Richarde and Jane and urday. that he might operate. in the, Kerr Fruit Jars
2. Vegetable Processing Plant. future.
Henry Rlcharda visited relativesIn Mrs. Lettie Parker and sons
3. Nursery for Ornamental Shrubbery and Jacksonville from Friday until Charles and Ray, of Starke spent Manager Patterson said 'that
For pecan: citrus, and other fruit plant- Sunday. Mr. Rlcharde Joined Sunday with her son-in-law and the garage; would be well sup and Lids
plied with parts, and would sell
s ings. his family there Sunday and returned daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
> tires, tubes, gas and oil. Secondhand
"-4. Dehydrating Plant. home with them. Wyn.Mrs. cars and trailers would be
Sentell Chambers arrived at H. B., Wiggins and Mrs.
5. Termite Control. the home of his parents, Mr. and George Williams and son, Howell, bought and sold.
Rabeck, a resident' here since
6. Livestock Auction Market. Mrs. :J. E. Chambers, Tuesday visited Mr. and Mrs. Leo WigginsIn
940.. has a rooming house at the
7. Brush and Broom Factory. March 12. Mr. Chambers haa recently -" Jacksonville last Friday. north Starke location. 1
been discharged from military : Mr. and Mrs: Albert Stringerof 1Pt
8. Leather Tanning Plant.!
J service following a stay of High Springs were guests #
9. Cigar Factory. about 30 months in the Euro- Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin '

10. Distillery for Turpentine Products. pean Theatre as T-Sgt. workingas Williams.LAWTEY. I -4

11. Creosoting Ties. Plant for Lumber and Cross! Air a Corps.master With mechanic his wife with Mr.the DEED 700 ,

Chambers will visit relatives here "
12. Factory for Clothing. and In Inverness for some weeks., .

13. Hosiery Mill. .
.. By Mrs. Mamie Crews .pelS
H. Furniture Factory. ( d
a . r L, ,
15. Strawberry Cold Pack. 1 ;
Mrs. John R, Roane and son, wr
16. Crate Mill.
Johnnie of Starke were visiting
17. Well Drilling. s Mrs. J. B. Warren and family

18. Storage Garage. Thursday.Rev. .
T. C. Williams and family -
19. Hatchery. of Jacksonville were dinner '

20.( Ice Cream Factory. guests of Mrs. Bertha Stuckey "tsfREE R

21. Turkey Farm. Sunday. DO YOU ;

22. 100 5-acre tracts of good welldrainedland Enjoy Real H. C. and Elma Crewe, :Junior

uniformly laid out and platted HonesttoGoodnessHOMECOOKED Page swim and at Jerry Sampson Starling Lake enjoyeda Sunday OWN PROPERTY? ,

with suitable roads or streets. afternoon. -

23. Pecan or Peanut Candy Plant. Mrs. Margarette McSwaln and
MEALS If so, you need Windstorm r
Miss Ada Beth Padgett attendeda

These are just a few suggestions to Veteransand in Clean QuietSurroundings party at, Crystal Lake Satur- Insurance. Cost I is low. We'll
day nightWe !
others who are now looking around for are glad to report Mrs. furnish estimate.

business Beasley is back from a few daysIn
good opportunities. For further In- 702"EATPLE
a Jacksonville and Is !Et
f har4'I
formation or advice contact recuperating nicely. Charley. Johns 40-par''
Little Windsor McCay is improving ..
after undergoing a head Agency _&Is book 70 tested recipes for delic**"

IX IECAFE operation at St. Luke' Hospital tt : rolls, desserts. Easy to make with '
Starke Chamber of Commerce Phone IS 8TARKJS.!: FLA.ItepnMntlna *
% the
in :Jacksonville recently. ;rrt mann'a Fresh Active Yeast-for

Quite a few school children I 'E : flavor and fine texture that zneaII
Starke Florida have been absent because of m ..- fREE
} mumps and measles which have baking success. Send for your 0

been going about fin the com ,- Tae TftAVKURS. Hartford today to Fleiachmann's Yeast, tb
munity. Grand Central Annex New York


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Many Good Uses ONBE Methodist Church, : j'
The third Sunday (In Lent will t
be observed In the Methodist tl
creased Race Track Funds By Billee RossIt Church with the pastor using as l

his topic at the morning hour,
is surprising to see that anyone baa to be
this week''ThomaS of the funds which, by virtue of convinced of the need for a hospital( In Starke. "He That Is Not With Me Is t
expressed Against :Me". The evening service '
Caldwell's ,
Governor prediction
ere county Clerk, The only argument I've heard advanced in opposition -
would be $4 ,OOO, SuperintendentMcRae I will feature congregational
IJr Mckae, superlntenbUe that said that he could not ; Is that hospitals are expensive to operate. singing of familiar hymns.An 'I
And, of it also
Instruction I course, they are. But is expensive
this make a definite announcement at Inspiring service was
receipts received sat this time. County school bud to bury people, and I can't see how it would cost in the church last Sunday when

d be ot sufficient budget to gets are supervised by the State t the county very much more to hospitalize a 15 new members were added to .

the regular Improve Department of Education. Man- y, f charity case than to bury one. the church roll by baptism and t

rlouS needed agement of the school board's Lasfyear my sister's baby was 111 with some profession of faith. These new
facilities <; kind of stomach trouble and the doctor additions are a direct result of
came in retemefU budget also differs from that of i. .: ,,w I told her
announcement by the county board, he said, In thatit 3' ",. 'JStoriC-ldw.il that' Is amended as needs require. J..t\\\ ; ;,..h as soon as she did. It seems that just the day paign that has been conducted by

67 There was seen the possibility that before a soldier's wife had brought in a baby with the same ail the church for the past few

florida's high ( use of some share of a surplus ment-but the GI baby had developed pneumonia, too. The doctor weeks. Yes,
elve of the record dog might be realized by the schools told the soldier's wife to get the child to a hospital at once, and The young people will meet at You Can Rest .

ore racing seasons. The before an amount of the county the infant died in its mother's arms while she was on her way to a 6:30 o'clock for a snack, to be Assured of Perfect Satisfaction e e

Md urged that In event hoard's proportionate share wouldbe cab station. It seems to me that this one Incident alone Is enoughto followed. by an interesting program When You Send Your Clothesto

urplus the funds wouldImprovement spent. convince everyone of the dire need for a hospital here. Our Plant. To Please You Is Our Sole Aim In Life.
the of However Mr. McRae said, all Yes, hospitals I Bible Study and prayer and
or and other per- are expensive to operate--but there are some ( praise service Is held each Wednesday I'
Tljiuuav- such considerations rested things that cannot be reckoned in dollars and cents, and life itself | evening at 7:30: o'clock.
ubllc facilities"omas on the prospects for receipts la certainly one of these. It la PHONE 135
that here
said tbat various I in excess above'the State guar- hardly likely a hospital Bring your Bible and study,
die would be entirely self-supporting because a certain amount of with
had been pray, and praise us. 315
ndltureS antee, which indeed might not be RODT.
m time to -by the as large as hoped for. He ex- charity work would have to be done, but I am sure that no intelligent I I 'The Bible Story Hour con-

ommlssloners, but that an opinion that with the citizen would object to a small additional tax levy for this pur- 'tinues to gain in attendance with GREEN Temple !
prescribed use oft pressed pose if it should be found neces&aI'Y.Then everyone enjoying the wonderful e
seasonal decline in the amount of Are.
budget, could not he tourist trade between now and too, think of the "selling point" that a modern hospital visual aid Illustration and group Owner
decision as to the would be in our efforts to singing. All children are invited.It .
Final surplus late spring race track proceeds bring new businesses and new industriesto I
.Of such a the'neves might slack off at a more rapid Starke. In this enlightened day and age no one wants to move) Is to your interest to go to -

t be made until October rate than Is expected, and that, to a community unless first class health facilities, are available. church.

'r> into effect stated that' I at any rate, since the Board Yes-by all means--let's have a hospital. It Isn't a very pleas- l

f'u. it was be used for a could not know what the surplus ant thought, but the fact remains that the next person to need I Christian ChurchServices II
e y might hospital, or for' would be no definite plans regarding emergency hospitalization might be YOU or a member of your I LEARNt
I county drag-line or the dlsp o S a 1 of such family. I for the week of March > i
base of a be made. 24th: Bible School 10 a. m. A
be surplus can
upment! that might short session'giving way to, the Fly s
of Thomas said that the county
for[ the maintenance Mr. Funeral Services HOW WE CAN BEAUTIFY Bradford County Singing Convention .,
to meet drain had thus far received $65,000 as
ads and OUR COMMUNITYBy which will hold an all-day,
share of the race tax receipts,
its For Mack C. Lane
ilems. I meeting in the church. There) under the
set at double the $33-'
rte current budget an amount nearly Betty Ann Flynn will be communion and a short
distribution of $90,000( 000 which the State guarantees. Funeral services were held at subject
address by the pastor on the
for] (One in a series of articles on,
surplus Gadara Church at McRae
an a $28.500 Baptist of "What can singing mean G. I. BILL OF RIGHTSat
Board alone Mr. CARD OF THANKS near Lake Geneva on Tuesday,I beautification prepared by stu- "
nty to the services of the
dents of the 8th Grade Civics
The total Mack
out. March 12 for C. Lane 88.
pointed We wish to thank each one Class at BUS.) A picnic dinner will be enjoyedat
divided equal- of Park former resident of
Is Avon ,
and C. A. Cros-
who assisted us in any Vay, for the noon hour,
en the School and County every kind word and deed, dur- Bradford County. The Rev. G. To most of us, who were born by, president of the convention,

the Illness and death of our A. Prevatt, pastor of Gadara and brought up in this community will be in charge of the program.)
specific use Bradford ing Church was in charge with arrangements -
the beloved husband and father the thought as to how it The evening service will be held
of their share direction of PORTFor
make under AIR
night STARKE
(Signed) The Wilson Family. looks to the eyes of strangers, as usual at 7:30: p. m.
DeWitt C. Jones. Interment was
never uccurs.For a moment, try
ESSARD L. in Gadara Cemetery. to put yourself In the position ofa At the service Wednesday the subject evening of I

IN: CIHCl'IT fOrilT HRADWAItDCoIIN'VY Mr. Lane died Saturday, March complete stranger, maybe prayer
KLOHIOA.I IX: CHAN.CKUV. study will be the fifth chapter of
9, at his home In Avon Park, sightseeingtour
sing through on a
is invited
John. Everyone cordially -
OUANDITED) Anne Marie Kracke Oremme, Plaintiff where he had lived for the past of Florida.I .
and all of
vii. Ludwig Edward Uremme. I to attend any
22 since retiring from active I Information
Defendant. Case No. 4461. years can think of many things 'these services. -W, O. Smedley,,
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND farming here. He was bornin I :
which would Improve the looks of I
STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Ludwig Baxley, Ga., and came to Florida -! our community. For one thing, I pastor Call V. S. St. John142 I-
whose residence when a man. He farm I
Edward Gremme young there should be an ironclad rule I
and addrena la 81 Somer. Street retire-
ed in this county until
4 IJrooklyn, New York. I aa to stray dogs who are con- '
You are required to appear on ment. He was a member of the tinually upsetting garbage cans pairs Is our county jail. It i. or I'

April 8th and, Ute cause, In wherein the above plaintiff named Baptist Church. and scattering their contents all dark, hardly any sunshine is let
uJ aeek Court divorce and restoration of Survivors are his wife, Mrs. over the neighborhood. The gar- In and there is hardly any room
maiden name.. Bradford this CountyTelegraph Order Carrie Ellis Lane, Avon Park; bage collectors should make their to move around In the cells.Thene Maj. Richard G. Kidd, A.U.S. Res. '

In next four weedy Issue three daughters, Mrs. Ophelia rounds more often, so that people things and many othersare
Wltneiia my :Florida hand ,and this official March Newbold, Jacksonville; Mrs. Rosa won't have to pile refuse in their needed to make our commun- at Phone 63 }
ey **al at Starke Sibley, Starke and Mrs. May Hall, ..
until overflow. in
6th. 1948. cans they ity prettier and a better place n
OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Lake Geneva; and the following
Court.T. It would also be a good Idea which to live.
of said .
\s. Frank, Landrum, Starke, Florida step-children, Mrs.. Ruth Chlldera, to do something 'about I our city .
Atty. for Pit 1.8t S-Z9 Avon Park, Albert Prevatt, Green I '
nark. .It Is little more than a
Cove Syringe. Fred R. Cook andRaymond
w D. 'Padgett, Florahome!!patch of land with a few pine
Relief At Last trees sprinkled through it. There
and Hugh Padgett, Palatka; 9
have always beeo people In this
and 16 great-grand-, '
grandchildren MOREMUNEY
area who are going to do something :

For Your Coughcause children.Among the out-of-town rela-, about it, but somehow It

tives present were Mrs. Ruth Chil- I never seems to get done. Once
i they did put a few stone benches
It goes right relIeVes to the promptly seat of because thetrouble ers Steve and Joiner sons and of Avon sons Park of St.Mrs.Augustine I in it, but they disintegrated from IN THE WINKLER BLDG. 220 N. Temple Avenue
loosen and expel lack of caret I II
to help
Hovis Lane, Mercer Lane,
natureto I
STATESENATE germ soothe laden and phlegm heal raw and tender aid Inflamed Willie Lane, Ira Lane and Clem There are quite a few vacant Saturday March 33-SpecialsB.

bronchial mucous mem Newbold of Jacksonville, a niece,I lots around here which should, ,
branes.Tell your druggist to sell you Iva Drummond, also of Jackson- 'and could be, kept clean. The

,FLORIDA/ and the Nation a bottle of Creomulsion must like with the the way understanding itquickly I ville and other relatives from little dirt side road should be .20
% : you are paved because during hot and dry E. Seed Peas Ib. .
( tuck Outitonding Service money back.CREOMULSION spells, which we have plenty of ,

oI fend/ Gar as Wartime Bible Story Hour in Florida, the dust from these

nw and as Stat. Senator for Coughs Chest Colds,Bronchitis There were 80 children present' roads gives mile everything radius a generouscoat. within a 1.251D0

Tuesday afternoon at the Com- quarter. J. D Hen Scratch 25 lb. i
munity Bible Class in the Methodist ,
Recreation Building. Miss I Another thing that needs Im-
proving la our courthouse, To be
Jeanette Priest served as pianistand t
W. J. Churchwell taughtthe sure, it is surrounded by shrubbery 4.25
Mrs. :
List Look WhatOOPERATION class. All children of the com-' and flowers, but inside it Ib. Bag Hen Scratch - -

munity are urged to attend each is nothing more than an oversized -
| barn! Also in need of re--
week at 2:30.:
Did lb. Boneless Ib.

Potatoes 121Boston: Butts .48

needed drink Atlantic Ale and Beer than any Other. ID
For years Starke a More people Fresh lb.Cabbage .
Chamber of Commerce office, It must be... Green Ib.
but we just couldn't seem to 1 1 .05 y: Pan Sausage .29

get around to building one, -

and paying high rent for office OJ
space was out of the question. Smoked Ib.

Whenever town and asked strangers for the came Chamberof into Delicious! .05 lb. A Bacon Ends : .28

Commerce it was mighty em- 1rr.i Tangerines -

harassing to tell them that ; ca.Fresh Dressed & DrawnPotatoes

although we claimed to havea New Crop ted HUM Ib. P.O U L TRY
C of C it was klnda like 0)
C. .07 At All Times!
"the little man who -

there"-you just couldn't see '

it when you wanted it. Then n1Ezwa (69_ .

one happy day somebody had the --- .18
Shower Peas No. 2 Can - -
.... wr
bright idea of starting an owl t..er-w..w r A a.K ew.r+ .r fie. April ,

office building and asking

public'spirited citizens to

contribute Did It work materials? You need and only labor.to COURTESYbased Ready-To-Eat Gordon's Codfish Flakes 10 oz. .23

drive by the courthouse groundsto 'of wide exper- ,
upon long years
answer that question. funeral
of. ience and Serving dignifies this .
you will see a neat little with superior excellence inhandling
home a
fice that has already been of affairs of sacred discretion. Ocean Spray
untold value to this communityas 21
a rental agency and Cranberr Sauce, No. 1 Can - -

and Navy J
directory for .?1
personnel from Green Cove Springs.

This what do.is just a There little one is cooperationwill exampleof no limitto AMBULANCE Funeral Director SERVICE Yellow Rose Flour, 10 lb. bag ..65CANNON'S

the progress that our city PHONE 7
can make if we cooperate toward

a common goal Our local funeral home enables us to

offer conveniences and services nor GROCERY

otherwise available.We .

STARKE( DRY CLEANERS at the lowest price. and
furnish the highest type service Friendliest Store In Town"i
Issued by ANY company "The
In force. i
Insurance policy
() E STARKE, accept ANY life )

28! and LAUNDRY FLA. carries, as no payment obligation.In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation 1,


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Fresh Citrus Juice oral and state that might be nec- the time of his discharge and Graham Is Owner Tornadoes Begin Green to Begin S.'Goldman
for its welfare. had served in the Coast Guard Sella
essary He had Of Alvarez Store Spring Practice Active Campaigning Home
Placed On Market All present and former mem- more than three years. and Business

t' By New Enterprise I bers of the Marines Army and and Navy Coast(Including European 25 months and of Pacific sea duty Theatres.In the William H. (Bill) Graham Bradford High Tornadoes are Lex Green of Starke, former Samuel Goldman
University of the J. M. Alvarez Clothing -I' of rigorous Congressman and now a candi- law Irving
lie plans to enter the owner in the second week a Hertz,
Guard) are eligible join left
Downtown hoppers date for the United States Senate Thursday for s
well as anybody else interested In of Florida and will study Store, announced yesterdaythat seven-week program of a vacation,
: from summer heat will this announced yesterday that he Beach after Mr II!
commercial and personal avia- chemical engineering. his business in men's wear( and Go1
Tear'solve their problems the spring football training ; will begin an Intensive campaignnext ed of his home and bueinw!
"citrus way" according to an announcement tion.The Freeman Register Jr.. was discharged and furnishings will be conducted Coach N. Carson Geiger announced week In his bid for the office i The stock of
'by the newly-e tab- Air Power League is alsoworking from the army on March with no deviation from the yesterday that 40 boys are to be vacated by Senator fixtures of the rnerchandlee
Sunshine Juices 703 Tem- for and with the Civil turning out every afternoon for National
Bsaed Andrews.
Charles O.
8 In Camp Gordon Ga. after 28 policy established by his grandfather Store 125 E. Call
ad- Air Patrol and Is helping CAP in exercises. More are St"
The business conditioning
Avenue. I
ple months of service of which 17were the late M. Alva Mr. Green spent Monday In chased by Jim
and within the Dough
jacent to the Dixie Cafe will be getting much needed supplies overseas as an air- expected to report Jacksonville conferring with lead- Springs business ,
opened this Saturday March 23, training aids for the various spent rez, who founded the enterprise in next week or so. the coach stated man who
craft mechanic. This time was ers of his Duval County organization ed the goods High
stated. squadrons. 1894 and willed it to his grandson. some are still busy with Sprlnp
it waa spent in the Hawaiian group of as I and will deliver an address disposal.
U. .C. Ware and Grady Rldge- The meeting will be attendedby Islands. The name of the store will not be spring planting. at 2:30 p. m. Sunday before the The Goldman home
-way. co-owners of the enterprise Major,.r.i4, .:.Patterson llaaon Mr. Register Is married to the changed. Graham stated that he Among the lettermen reportingare [United Pension Clubs of Florida bungalow at 309 N,a 3-
announced that fresh orange and officer between the AAF and former Betty Jean Wade and they would endeavor to maintain the linesmen Billy Edwards. ,Jim at.the American Legion Home. Street was sold to Haifa Cb
grapefruit juice would be' sold CAP Wing Headquarters and have a son, Freeman Register, name high standard with which Brown Godwin Maxie Carter Jr., The Starke candidate stated local clerk of the Florida
both to retail consumers and one now executive secretary of the McRae Billy! Miles, B. C. p
3rdltl who was born after he left the business had been operated Barney that fie has been delayed In start- &: Light Co. Jones. his
wholesale basin to cafes and Air Power League In Florida: Holtzendorf and Joe Monteith: wife
with whom he Is
the states and during the past 62 years. ing his"campaign because of an two children will move !
drugstores. Only ijndlan River Major Harold Ashley North FlorIda and backs Charles Mooney Buck Into
now getting acquainted. been man- Infection' this home about April i,
The new owner has ear However con- A ,
citrus,will be used they said. Group Commander CAP; Ma- Norman, Al Harley Jimmy :Mc he rath
G. ager since 1931 and in partner- I dition is clearing up and physicians Lawtey was recently
Richard Doyle
jor Kldd. commanding Leslie Bradley.
Special gift boxes of orangesand Recent Births ship with his grandfather since Rae and advise that he can start charged after three years I ID
officer of the new CAP squadron Conner has been unable to report(
grapefruit jellies, ,honey.and being formed at Starke; and 1943. He began his employmentthere yet but Is expected out soon. his series of speeches next week. Army Air Force.
JACKIE ANN HUGHES clerk. In 1925. In last week Mr. Goldman came
marmalade will be provided. Mr. other officers. a a He was Washington to 8
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Hughes of from Doyle Hazen. Lowell Douglas In February 1940
Ware stated that In addition, if Graham was I discharged where; he received treatment by and son
Interested In aviationIs listed
Eveiyone Starke announce the birth of'a the navy October 6, 1943. following and Charles Knight are U,' S. Navy doctors. gaged for the past five y
the demand justifies! the firm invited to attend this meeting. who have
Jackie Ann on the among the possibilities the military
i,daughter, Hughes three years' service with supply bushes
Plans are under way for a
will package pint and quart wax Wednesday March 6.. Mrs. llghter-than-alr division of the been on the squad before, although one time he operated two ,
containers of the Ice cold juice Three More Receive Hughes is the former Jcla Lee 'naval air corps During this time, not lettermen and are next mass week meeting which In Hemming will officially Park I I here-the Victory Military It
tar retailing at different stores. showing: up well now. Everett! )Y I and the
From Silcox. he was engaged In anti-submarine Green's campaign In Duval ply National Army
Discharges open
Crews Is a new recruit who
patrol duty and in convoy escort Mr. Goldman states that!
Air Power LeagueTo Armed ForcesT. ELDON IVEKSON DAVIES work. He resides at 309 Clark St. promising.With County. plans for the future are ID
Hold Mr. and Mrs, C. P. Dairies an- with his wife, the former Alyce the conditioning period nite, but he expects to spend
Meeting L (Larry) Hamiter returnedto nounce the birth of a son, Eldon the will I
Fuller, and their two children. over this week squad pitting this year's seniors against next few months in Miami
Af Middleburgr his position as teller in the Iveraon on Tuesday, March 5. don uniforms next week and be- the boys who will be back In the with Mr. and Mrs Hertz
Florida Bank at Starke last Fri gin blocking tackling, and I children.
4 A meeting will be held In thecommunity I day after 'receiving a discharge Mr, and Mrs. G. W. Sapp of mage Coach Geiger stated.scrim-I; (I I -
house at Middleburg.: I from the Navy at Shelton Va.. Lawtey announce the birth of a SUNSHINE JUICES-:See page close of spring training :JUICES-Bee page I SUNSHINE JUICES-S.
Tuesday' night. March 26, for the near Norfolk. Mr. Hamiter had ... climaxed with an exhibition game .4. 4.
March 8.
daughter on Friday
purpose of explaining the newlyganlzed two years of service as a Store- I
The baby has been named Gloria
Air Power League and keeper I.e. and was last stationedat
Dianne. '
snaking plans for the organization the Naval Air Base Edenton
of a local affiliated,club. : N. C.: MAKY JUANITA FANNINGMr. *
The Air Power League is a new He and his family are again : and Mrs. M. Fanning of
amllonal organiza t i Ion being living at Waldo where they recently
Starke, announce the birth of a
bunded and backed by leaders in purchased the T. J. Hem-
daughter Mary Juanlta on Sunday -
tao aircraft industry At present 'I ingway place. March 10.
air Power League clubs are be- FREE FREE FREEEach

tic organized in only seven Eugene Carson, son of Mrs Hannah Mary Oralne Mcintyre
states and Florida Is one of the A. N. Cowan of Gainesville was Mr. and Mrs. _J. A. McIntyre
fortunate group. The object of discharged from the Coast Guard Jr.. announce the birth of a ...
the League/ is to maintain an Interest -1st Savannah, Ga., on Feb. 26 A daughter on Saturday March 16.
In new developments in former resident bf Hampton anda The baby has been named Han- STAR
Week A Customer of The
the Industry and to sponsor any graduate of BUS Chason held nah Mary Oralne McIntyre. Mrs.
necessary= legislation both Fed- the rating of Radar Man 2-c. at McIntyre Is the former Willa Mae

WILMA Thornton.ESTKLLE: JACKSON [ :: STORE Will Be Presented With A Free N'p

11 S\ Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Jackson an-
G DrN'-1'OO nounce the birth of a daughter,

PUESRUBBER Wilma IT. Eatelle, on Sunday March tck \!. Pair of NYLON HOSE


GARDEN HOSE We wish to thank each and I i _s or a man's a
everyone of our many friends
I With Brass Couplings who assisted in any way duringthe

illness and death of our beloved jf White Broadcloth SHIRT: 'x
25 Ft. Length 50 Ft. Length husband and father P, S. ,

3.25 5.95 Denmark and for the beautiful .

Brass Hose Nozzles .60 floral Uy. .offerings.Mrs. Smith Denmark. and fam- \,Ull T-- Whichever He' or She Chooses'' '. .

'tJ 1 Come in and let us tell you how these exciting
Grass Shears A.
1.50 ,
SUNSHINE JUICES-See page gifts will be awarded .

Wire Lawn Rakes - 2.25 W.C.T.U. ; ; *

Bamboo Lawn Rakes '-. - 1.25 IIOOZE CURTAILED FOR Children's Easter Dresses BOYS
"Town & Campus"
President' Truman's action
Garden Rakes 0' .70 & 1.25 last week In stopping the use 3T014 s =

-,_._-- .. of wheat "In direct productionof SUITS t -
alcohol and beer" and

Weed Cutters "nharply curtailing" the use of
other grains for "liquor andbeer" ., '
.. Marling March 1st is $15
moNt commendable ?t
There are. however,' a few '
1.25 and 2.50 'thing wrong with It. It DRESSES BO"Y :'S
should have cut off all grain "
for boose-making Immediately Size 2 to 14

not only In this country but BLUE SERGEMISSES
BRADFORD HARDWARE CO. also In Japan and the Ameri-
can-oocupled portion of Germany -
SUITS' a'.
J. B. Carlisle, Owner Why we should send train

to these countries for food k' EASTER
while they continue to use 12.50

train for sake, beer and other! 1t'' \' DRESSES ,
'\Intoxicants 1% too say the YOUNG MEN'S'SPORT :
leant a puzzling proposition.
Size 9 to 20 ; il
Furthermore why so much
DANCEFriday as one bottle of beer shouldbe SUITS W..
allowed to be produced In ..

this country when the grain We Still Have. A Nice Selection $37.50 .
used to make It might, directly "
or Indirectly, prevent F" r
March 29 someone somewhere In the U Of Fine Materials ME 'SAllWool
,t world from going hungry. Is ,
hard to reconcile" with the professed -
, concern expressed In SUITS

the President's message. Sanforized POPLIN, White, Tan, Blue
Starke Armory Incidentally, If the how 32.50'
'I I 69c
and. upon thousands of acres H "' .
planted to wine grapes In '
North Africa and Europe were SPECIAL Men' Slack STop
: Music By used to produce food those White Eyelet .' 2.50 & 3.50 yard ,

parts of the world could eat Value $9.95
considerably better than they _
Perry WatsonAnd are now doing and the absenceof Spun Rayon . 75c yard
wine In their dirt would be Striped Upholstery Ticking 75c Y&lU

of further benefit to them. It Cotton Prints -. 39c & 45c yardCurtain -
I might' wen be that. If Europe

His U. of F. Orchestra I could be or kept two.sober It would for a grow generation Printed Drapery Material, 42 inches wide
out of Its. senseless hate and I Scrim 29c & 35c yard 95c yard

lr 9 tillSponsored I cynicism; and become a civilized -
1 and peaceful continent.

d' ', r 4t I I tons Scotch In of England grain whiskey"only"will this go 1SO.OOO year.Into Every Day Is Bargain Day At The .

Why should even one pound
by I of grain go for such a purpose
when. there are children In
'. Letterman's Club I I London and 'In continental
Europe: who need that grain STAR STORE

J of B. H. S. I of for governments food? Verily,allotlag the spectacle grain

I for the production of intoxicant

while people are starving
Admission 1.50 and 2.00 I for bread .Is one to bring
shame both to
England and
America-If we are still capable *
of feeling such a thing. *

(The National Voice). .

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== -- "other parts of the country should planting seed of Improved varieties No. 4459 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR to

1 Productione increase production of feed in accordance ), such as Florldent White and ORDER Of PUBLICATION STATE OF FLORIDA to: Virginia
with the best AND NOTICE TO APPEAR R. tsubanks, whose residence Is 655 ,
Stressed use of Yellow to increase their yieldson STATE! OF FLORIDA to: Evelyn Fulton Street Medtord, Massa-
land to obtain the most feed." the acres planted Mr. Smith 1'I. Whaley whose residence' and address "h..U.. NOW
Program U Laurel. D..laware. You are required tfa appear on
946 Reports reaching the extension reports. You are required to appear on April 1. 1946 In the above named I
well be agronomist from county agents Other farmers In April 8th 194, In the above named Court and cause, wherein plaintiff _
production may several counties Court and on Florida Indicate that the acreage plantedto are turning to sugar cane asa seeks divorce. Urad ford County Telegraph! shall publish this OrderIn
top prIority Lee Smith peanuts for grazing In Florida feed. Farmers who have Telegraph nhnlt publish thin Order next four ,weekly lnsui,
J. tried
says In next four weekly IHHUVHWltneuM Witness mv hand and official seal
'itTitlTthe State Aurl- this year will be high. This fits have found It to produce high mr hand and official seal ,at Htarke' Florida, this February
at stark' (Florida thin. March lith, rd. 194OFFICI,
In well with requests to yields and to be )
fExten9lon service. produce satisfactory as a U40. ( 'VL SEAL) A J. Thomaa.Aa .
I the more pork and at the same time winter feed for cattle OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Clerk. of said Court
already scarce will As Clerk of mild 'OUI'I. /.ncli: |11. Douglas, Claliieavllle Fin.
ruling that wheat miller give a good supply of peanut The Experiment Station says fly Lucille C Conner, 11 (?. Atty, for Plf. 3-1 4t S-tt
grain in hay. cane harvested from November) 1 T. Frank Lnndrum Stark Florida
of the Atty Cor IMf. 3-8 4t 3-Xt .
use more Pasture to 10 can be In N OT.'I
means that less! by- acreages also continueto kept good condition NOTICE) 19 JinUKllY 4IIVEN that 4Ii
flour left for feed. Mr. be planted to improved grasses for feeding for 4 1-2 monthsby .N cuinir ('01 "'r. mi v I>,,'OIIU the undersigned are engaged In
-s: will be AndersonTasked since farmers have learned that placing it in round shocks of ('UI \'I''LOIIIU,. IX 111 tYl'Eltl' of liii incise under the, fictitious name t( A .
secretary Hollywood Cerlan" lift e
wheat andy good pasture Is the cheapest feed approximately: one ton green Delphi.. W. Qunkcnbil.h.. Plaintiff. !Shop, liicnted at 2U Kacit Call St, 0
both weight. Stacking with butts .... Russell L. UimkmibuBh, Detvnclunt !Starke, 11'11and Intend o'reglster OO
to revise their 1946 that can be obtained. on Cane No. 4444. the snld fictitious. name In the Office
srmers declared that Farmers growing corn are the ground to a depth of 20 feet ORDER OF PUBLICATION of the Clerk of the circuit H
and AND NOTICE Court of Bradford Fla.J I
upward against upright supports is a TO .A PI'I .AH County
STATFOF Jo'LuIUt...: Kumiell. It. Uo 111 n II'ton and H. L.
1 practical method of storage. 14 JunkenbU8h, whose residence launUiiow Teuton, Starka, Flu, MAR1NELAN

Sugar cane silage can be keptIn You n.are required to appear on IV ("I..T ('01 II.... nit\iFoiii. FLORIDA 1 1A
a trench silo but whole) canes April 1. 1948. In the above named !"01"M't. KI.OIIIIIVl I-V CII\N-
In a trench silo Court and cause. wherein plaintiff ('!,."t'. -- -
or stripped canes seeks divorce. Itrudford County Mary Jane Troniblev., Plaintiff' v... ,'__...'
banked are not considered satisfactory Telegraph shall inibllHh this. Order Albert hones" Trombley. Defendant
for In next four weekly issues.Witness Case No. 4442 i
feeding. Feeding my hand, and official neat OIU'..1H OF IM'IIMCATIOV
EVERYBODY whole canes results in a large nt Kin' ike, Florida, thin t February ,ANI NOTICK Til APPKAHSTATH From where I sit ... // Joe Marsh
amount of waste. 29! 1948 OF FfXJItlDA to-: Albert
ENJOYS EATINGAT (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas, James Trombley, whose residence !
t A. Clerk of said Court la unknown.You .
Z..d II. Douglas, Huln.-Bvllle. FlaUty. are required to appear on
Recent DischargesThe for IMf. 3-1 4t 3-82 April I. 1140, In the above named Heads and
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff' Shaking
1\1: cinn-iT ('OI'IIT. nniiFoiinII seeks divorce Ilradfcird CountyTi'liirraph
PARK CAFE following discharges have (' > ... .\.. FLOIIIIi !% ('11 \\- shall publish. this OrderIn h .
he been recorded recently in the office C'HliY.toneiih next four weekly issues, Human Liberties 4 {
.Trlnirall Jr., Plaintiff v.... Witness my hand and official seat ,
of clerk of the circuit court: tone Cermola Trlngnll, Uufenilant.Cane at Stni-ke Florida, thin February
Leo Kenneth No. 4180.ORDER 2K 1 9 4 AOFFICIAL. !
Turner Sr., F 1-c,
OF PITHLICATIONAM ( SEAL) A. J, Thomas, the heads begin to shake again.I .
March 6.James. NOT1CI5 TO AP1M3AH As Clerk of said' Court It's n funny thtnff. Now that
Delicious Regular Meals STATE OF FLOIIIHA to: Hose Z't<'h jr. Douglas, Oaln..nvllle, Fla the war's there's a lot of there'll always be head-
over guess
O. Sewell, T-5 March 5.
Cermola TrlnHrall, whose residenceand Atty for IMf. 3-1 4t 323ix
Healthful Vegetable Plates Marlon O. Gassett T-5 Jan. 4. address is l 23H1 33rd Street head-shaking in our town. People shakers-folks who feel "there 11
Astoria, Long island N Y.You ruiriir I'0 iitr. 1111 \"pnim who believe
William Clarendon saying "What's tho younger gen ought to be a law"-
Powell. Sr., are required to appear on ( .01..1..OIlIU.. .\. IN ( II"\.
Short Orders Sp (G) 3-c. March 6. April 8th. 1946. In the above named (''':11''. eratlon coming to?" "How can wo that the best form of regulation in :
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Loll'llrll'lnla Forbes. Plaintiff, vs. strikesl""The country's whether It's applied
end these suppression, ,
Freeman Register Jr1., Pfo. seeks divorce and custody of minor lames 1" Forbes, Defendant. Case t'
March 8.Thomas. children. tlradford County Telegraph No 441OHDER. Kolng to the dogs! "There ought to beer or baseball. .
shall publish Ibis I order In OF PlfBLICATlON
Sidney Trlest F 2-c text four weekly. iHwuen.Wltneim AND NOTICE TO ATI'IOAH to be a law I" etc. nut from where 1 sit America'sBut
ANNOUNCINGHollywood' niv hand and official Real. STATR OF FLORIDA lo: James when the genera done pretty well with the Idea of
March 11. younger J
it Starka. Florida, thin March 5th. L Forbes, whose residence la unknown lib
choice and Individual
tlon walloping theAxls"superpersonal
Ira W. Allen Cpl., Feb. 4.
(OFFICIAL SUAL) A. J. Thomas You are required to appear on the I that's Just tho waymost
men"-and tabor wa doing erty. guess
Camera & Gift Shop Thomas E. Lewis Pfc., March A* Clerk of said CourtIly April 1. 1940 In the above namedCourt
Lucille C. Conner D C. and cause wherein plaintiff colossal Job In history-you Americans are made. !
10.Adam T. Frank Tiandrum, !IStarke, Florida, seek. divorce, Bradford County Hut
Tucker Andrews Cpl, Atty. for Plf. 3.8 4t 3-29! I Telegraph, shall publish this OrderIn never heard a murmur. noW'1 \
Feb. 23.Jimmy. next four weekly Inaues.Witness that we're back to our traditional .itfAutl
Under Management iv niirtir rni"i'i"r.. nn4ne'onuHIY my hand and official seal
Lewis Sweat S l-c. Feb (' I'Y. FI.OHIIHl l\ "'II.' I at Hturke Florida, this February life of personal liberty. Just seeCopyright j
I .
27. <'MIV.riobeit: 20. lIMflOFFICIAL
F. FubankH. Plaintiff vs. ( BEAD A. J. Thomas,
William Alvan Saxon Jr., S 2-c r Vlriclnla n. EubunkH, Defendant. An Clerk of said Court
Jan. 26.James. Case No. 4441.OUDUH I 7.ii oh 11. Douglas, .Uitlneavllte. Fla. 1946, United Slates Drown Fuu.wu.IS
OF PL'IILICATION Atty. for Plf. 3.1 4t 3-82 i
M. Barwlck Cpl. Feb .- -
William C. Rhoden, T-Sgt. Jan. ,
27. i

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Perry. Plaintiff v... RobertPerry
Defendant e"M" No. 4439.
Life-Like PhotographsNo STATR OF FLORIDA to: Robert
Perry, whose residence and address. .

\ Necessary From 9 Till 6 la You Unknown.are required to appear on .

Evening Hours By Appointment Court April 1 and, 1946 cause In the wherein above plaintiff named 1 1 WORK FOR
Reek divorce. Bradford County
Telegraph shall publish. this OrderIn w .
Expert Kodak Developing next four. weekly' Imiueii.VltnenH a._a .. a.
\ my 'and and "
at ""8tarkeFlorlda, this Feb- 1-Tar--
M ,
and Finishing ruary 27, 1945.OFFICIAL! .
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
An. Clerkof said Court.
T. Frank Lnndrum, Stark, Florida M
Hollywood Camera & Gift ShOD Atty. for Mf. 3-1 4t 3-22 INDUSTRIAL PEACE 1

lIIKtlT. COIKT, Jilt \.>FOItlJroi' '
.. ri-, FL.UHIUU IN tiifMMonroe ..-

J. tt. DULLINGTON U. L. TEUTON I...:It V. Jtmley, PUIntlff. v... .

Evelyn U Whaley Defendant. Case


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Men want to work. 1. Make employers and unions equal +'

in responsibility under the law. "h

Management wants t to produce. '

u .' 2. Let Congress set the rules for genuine 0//:

The public wants to buy.
collective bargaining, free from
rer1rN-' n -' .....i The country wants prosperity. coercion and violence, and then let government :;-

enforce these rules with strict

Yet good time! have been held up by
impartiality. .
t6ai41iiE t, l tail an agony of strikes. 1 '
r .
3. Provide safeguard for the publio '
Strikes breed bitterness hunger. .
.. against strikes or boycotts arising (from '
and economic stagnation. e:
disputcs between unions. .

4' uweF For the sake of our country, let's change Y
to 4. Insure against strikes until all order '
a is runningout
"thUt! Change it fast. Time "!'i .. .
l ly procedures for settling disputes have '
Y Irai ;, .
P3 been exhausted. .'

Let's work out a way to get and keep ., ,A '"" ; .

.industrial peace and prosperity. Your representatives in Congress have 4 ; .

ZUej''tJ! 1ftt the power to establish this pattern for :.h! .,, :

THE FIRST STEP an enduring and a fair labor peace. Let .;e 1 ,

RESTING ON OUR OARS them know how you feel about it Urge :. : -
Isn't sound national labor policy e I '
them to act promptly legislation. to J. f .Jot _.
workers and manage-
that treats
& o related that Napoleon, having read a travel the safest,most comfortable and most t ment one exactly alike and above all one include these (our polOt!. :

Slowing account from of his generals luxurious ever enjoyed.

telling of a great victory one, wrote across the Equally great improvements are in prospect that i is fair to the public the first step Time alone I wont bring Industrial I peace.toward ,lY: .t ,

lace of the report this question: "What did for our freight service. Modern and equipment that peace?,, Doing nothing won't bring it. Positive '

You do the next day?*-which is another including locomotives more will powerful carry more freight more Sincerely believing this to be so, we action Is the only way. Por your own

way O f saying that the grist from today'sa'H efficient the better service and sake and for the future of our country, ; :
for for
will l not suffice for tomorrow's needs. on faster schedules, offer this program peace pro- '
let voice be heard! 'i.
The Seaboard Air Line Railway, along of the public. duction and prosperity your '",. r
it takes "/
and :
With other American railroads, has been Rome was not built (In a day;

edited with magnificent performance in time to build giant locomotives, new cars

the( recent World War. But that record is and other things required in our improvement ..' '<, .-
The Seaboard Air Line Railway tmUll, "n, Public and lads- .i. :l
flow tootle
history. and program. A limtly; authorttattvt
This is the "next day" we .R III l ""
are confronted with new opportunities and however, is known for its pioneering innew trial Piece" jives full dttailt of this program, Including iftcifie ,,,"... rJ::

responsibilities. such matters as air-conditioning, streamlined Hess for ttghlatinn. It it a useful handbook for ivory cMtn, program ,- :

In order to provide our patrons with the trains, diesel-electric continuo dud,.", .", or group Itadtr. A postcard krtngi It. AJJrtn Rational Atuxi- :!\\j;.: ;

finest in transportation, the Seaboard Air etc and you can count on us to silos of Maf ctrtr. $, 11 Wtit 19th Strttt, New York 20, N. Yi .
of our patrons ?)1;. '
Line in the interests
> Railway is intensifying its modernfcan "out in front"

program and very soon you will see and friends. in this M
Aiding. over Seaboard rails new streamlined Watch for future .
other subjects .
"*" with aeries in which we will discuss OF MANUFACTURERS -
? ultra-modern coaches and bigger business NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
*n1 better motive power. These and other of mutual interest to your *

refinements will combine to make Seaboard and ours.THKOUOH .
for Everybody .
For a Better Tomorrow .

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Ing service at 7 p. m. will be con April 8. 1J48 In the above named at Starke Florida, this February ruary 28. 194OFFICIAL /.
'Christian ChurchesTo I Court and cause wherein plaintiff 28. 19.6. Political (
V :-i-" .--.-.... ducted by Dr. Geo. F. Tlbbltts seeks divorce Bradford County (OFFICIAL SEAL) i..I.. Thomas. Aa Clerk ot SEAL said ) A I Thorn
Convene March 31 and Gordon Purdy. Teloirruplt shall publish this Orderin As Clerk of said Fla. AnnouncementsFOR J. C. Dnrrance, Court
next four weekly Issues.Witness Kach H. Dougrlas 1 Gainesville. ulldlnllf. Jacks Law
Atty. for Plf. S-l tt 3-a Atty. for nvill 6, ylpri k
my hand and official ... PIL ,
Jl'iiirJji.1 The Christian Churches of : -- 1,1 1
Betty Jean Rhoden seal at Starke Florida, this March FOR It\.1
Bradford County will convene 7. 1948. IV: CIHCflT COURT, BRADFORD I hereby announce my candidacyfor IN CIRCUIT CUl'p
I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas COUNTY FLORIO.1 IN CHAN- the office of Representative In I' \
Theressa :
church on
) with the at I I A brief service was held In Dyal I A. Clerk of said Court. C.IIV.. the State legislature from Bradford COMHY FLUIl1Uil1\I i
Sunday. March 31. Mrs. Mattie March 13 'Py Lucille C. Conner, D. C. Lillian "Brewing-ton We a therlor", County subject to the will of the Robert D. 1
will welcome the visitors, I Cemetery Wednesday I Ziirh H. Douglas, Gainesville, Fla. Plaintiff, vs. Jessie P. Weatherford, Democratic voters In the May 7th Ea.le O. Jo Ptlnll'n P1tintU
Sibley for Betty Jean Rhoden, infant Atty. fur Pit, 3-8 4t 3-29 Defendant. Case No. 4437. primary Your vote and support No. 4441 Detcnduni, G
and Mrs. W. H. Griffin will! make daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. OHDEH OF PUBLICATIONAND will be greatly appreciated.Jake ORDER OF
the response. IN rinri'iT ("0 t.11'1', Jill11)FORDCOtN'1'Y NOTICE R
Rhoden who died March 11 In the STATE OF FLORIDA toi Jessie. STATE !
The morning sermon will be Alachua County Hospital in t'6Ili'. P. Weatherford who.e residenceand FOR STATE) HKPHKWK.NTATIVK O. F.Ptln&, whom resldnee ..,
preached by the Rev Greek and Gainesville. Joseph F. Hoffman, plaintiff vs. address is: Society Hill, South:! I hereby announce my candidacyfor known li 0//,
I' Sarah F. Hoffman Defendant. Case Carolina. reelection to the office of State You ar. reqUired I
the afternoon sermon by the Rev. No. 4445. You are. required to appear on Representative from Bradford April 1. 1946, In theb allP'ar .
OF PUBLICATIONAND April 1, 1946, in the above named County, subject to the will of the Court and cauxn. wb r.l.v. aa
Paul Henry Packard. The even11M I ORDER Court and cause. wherein plaintiff Voters at the May 7th Primary. seeks divorce. Bradford photll
IN ClltfllT ('D"IIT. Jill %FOHII) OF FLORIDA to: Sarah F. seeks divorce and restoration of Having served In the 1045 Besslon Telegraph shall publish ,
, ('(H' T". FLOHII1AI IM CiIA: Hoffman whose residence Is 826Webster maiden name. Bradford County I feel that the experience g-alned In next tour weekly Iaeaea this O .
Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn and friendships created will he of Witness my
(,'Fat Y. hand
Avenue East. Roselle Park
Can Use More Mary 1'revatt. Plaintiff, v". Willie New Jumey. next four weekly. Issues. great value to the people of Brad eeal'at Starke. Florida and. thlipk.
Pulpwood I'revatt, Defendant. Case No. 4487. You are required to appear on I Witness my hand and official ford County and Florida It I am re- ruary(OFFICIAL,6IJTlt,.

OHDHR OF PUBLICATION April\ 1, 1046. in the above named I seal at Starke, Florida this February ,I""u"r to this office. i As Clerk SEAL) A *. Th.....
vote and support will be of Bald Court <"
AND NOTICE! TO APPEARSTATE Court and cause wherein plaintiff 26, 1946.(09'FICIAL "
JE- OF FLORIDA to: Willie necks divorce. Bradford County ( ) SEAL A. J. Thomas, highly appreciated.N. Rending Durranue, Law ErrhO
is I As Clerk of said Court. D. Wainwright Jr. Jarkxonvllle
Prevail, whose residence un- Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Atty Flurld4
Corp n. of America. Fernandina. Fla. known. next four weekly I iI'"u..". T. Frank Landrum Starke Florida t for Ylt tl"I II\,
You are required to appear on Witness my hand and official seal Atty for Pit. 31 4t 8-2Z TO the Qualified Voter of CountyCwmmliMUiner 61

District No. 2, IN CIRCUIT COURT: ,
llmdfnrd County Florida.I COUN'I'Y. FLOIIIIJt I'IJPOCJItY. !
hereby announce my candidacy .\.\
I for re-election as County Commissioner Manila Wllker..on Anderson
of District No. 2, subject to tiff va. John h.lh
the Primaries' In May. If re-elected dant. Case No' 447 Anderson 1. ...f.y.
I promise to continue to work for ORDER OF
the best Interests of the District AND NOTICE PlfHLICA"IO"TO
and the County an a whole. STATE OF FLORIDA APPEAR

What your RED CROSS Chapter does in on kollclt Upon May your this 7th.vote promise and active I respectfully support known.Andereon"You lOr..whose.' r".j'eri;' !c, Jtha I m

Tours very truly April 9. 1946. inrthetabove POr f,
E. L. CRAWFORD eke and Cl.lu.... a a
divorce anrl hreetor1tiugll,: ;,
FOR COI"VTYKlsfrlrt CO'iIMI.SIONER' maiden name. Fraclford :
tin. a Telegraph shall
publish thus :
I tayself in next tour oro,
hereby announce as a weekly Issues i
candidate for County Commissionerfrom Witness my hand and
District No. 2. Having served at Starke, Plorlda''' this> blanch 1 ',
as county commissioner for one 1948 I
BRADFORD COUNTY term I feel that I am fully quad (OKJPICIAt SEAL) A J Thom,
fied and If elected will give the of said Court.: "
second district and the county asa II. O. Brown Starke. Florida
whole. the best service of which L Atty for Pit 1.114 I
1 am capable.
1 ,W. Mitch Edward. IN CIRCUIT COtHT. DR

COUII'a'Y. "'MIMIU.\, n "S
District No. 3 Ann Studstlll Plaintiff v.. Jar

I wish to announce at' this time 4489.Btudstlll, Defendant. C.a. V,,
my candidacy for County Commissioner "
of District No. 2 of Bradford PUBLICATION
I am a veteran of World War II STATE OF FLORIDA to: J Jn
and served In the European Theatreof Studstlll. whose residence U u
KNOW what the Red Cross I War. known rf
t You
A r If I elected are required to appear H
I am you may feel 1
YOU 15
April ,
1946. In the above
: assured of a fair and impartial nM

done overseas In World War 'administration ability. Thanking to you the for best your of con.m y Court seeks and divorce.cause wherein Bradford ulalnui Com)

Disaster Relief. In the United States slderatlon I amRespectfully Telegraph In next tour shall weekly publish Issue.this. Ort.

JL The World knows it. Another. last year, the Red Cross gave relief in 8.yours U." Denmark, Witness mv hand and official
f.f.tarke: Florida this March i
260 disasters. Experience has shown

glorious I page in the I history of your no community immune. Our District No. 4 As Clerk of said Court.

local chapter has a disaster committee At this writing I announce myself 1[. O. Brown, Starke, Florida.

717I; J set up and ready to act at the initial for reelection to the Office of Atty. for Plf. 3-15 n I li
Red Cross is being written. County Commissioner, District No. _
; warning of catastrophe to provide 4, Hampton Graham and Theressa IN CIRCUIT COI'RT. BlltDPtll
w e to the Democratic voters in the primaries
emergency shelter, food clothing and COUNTY. FLOKlOtl (tl.te
i3 May 7th. If reelected to cFuY.
Each .of the 3,754 chapters in the w medical care for the!helpless victims. this office. I will continue to discharge John William, Plaintiff VI. Ell''
the duties connected ther.with ., Williams. Defendant. CHse No ]
: to save lives and relieve suffering. And In a fair and Impartial man ORDER OF PUBLICATION nil

nationwide Red Cross network t.aa ,. after the first shock has worn away, ne... On that promise I will greatly AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
appreciate your vote on May 7th. STATE OF FLORIDA to EnllWilliams
comes the long job of rehabilitation Thank. whose residence lion

just as our local chapter did its Respectfully T. C., Chastaln. known.You are required to appear oil I

ftCHOOlT April 15, 1946, In the above namef
FOR BOARD Court and cause, wherein plainlllf

full share to make possible all the i' I hereby District announce" No.1 myself 'a can Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford this Count
didate for member of the Board of In next four weekly Issues
Public Instruction District 1. comprising Witness my hand and official..
and comfort
help given our lighting Home Service.The Red Cross Home North Starke and Lawtey. at Starke Florida, this March i:|
Having served in this capacity before 1948.
.. Service worker is a home town trouble with three years as chairman (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomAs
men. But that is only half the story. shooter for the serviceman and his of the board I feel that I am fully Clerk of said Court.By .
.- t qualified and If elected I promiseto Lucille C. Conner D. C
family., Our Red Cross chapter has discharge' : the duties connected T. Frank Landrum. Starke, Florid

Here. is what your Red Cross chapter Home Service: wOl'kers.available for therewith in an Impartial-J. H.manner Moore. Aty. for Pit I-U! 4t \->

r. n duty day or night trained' practical

1) is doing now and will be doing for 4t pleeqwppedtoactlDemergenc! FOR. District SCHOOL" No.BOARD 1 IN CIRCUIT. PLOHlU.il COURT BRDPORHCOUNTY. l\ CHACKHY. >

"... The Red Cross two-way communica* I hereby. announce myself a can .
rr didate for re-election as member of Mamie Lee Howard, Plaintiff '.
years to come. tion system reaches around the world the Board of Public Instruction for James Henry Howard, Defendant
so that in a sense the serviceman is no District No. 1. comprising Lawt.y Cane No. 4485.ORDER v
and North Starke. It re-elected to OF PUBLICATIONAND
,further from his loved ones than our<< this Important office I will continue NOTICE TO APPEAR
Red Cross chapter..w to work for the best Interestof STATE OF FLORIDA to.: Jams
all schools in the county. I win Henry Howard, whose residence I I
S S appreciate your vote and support Unknown..
r in the coming Primary on May 7. lou are required tn appear on
; Respectfully April IS, 1946, In the above nom
S J. S. (Buddy) Norman Court and cause wherein phalli!
seeks divorce. PTacrforti Coon!)
FOR SCHOOL BOARD Telegraph shall publish this (mu.,
In next four weekly IsBiie"
/ District No. 3
X tr ? First Aid. A crash on the highway ; ; I hereby. announce my candidacy Witness. my hand and ofMnoal ..,
+ for member of the Roard of Public at Starke, Florida this )
( + y a slashed wrist...severe shock without 1946.
from District 3,
I ...- ..1;, ,a."t. t proper attention all can produce serious the will of the Democratic voters (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomAs
; t "" .. In the primary of May: 7. If elected I Clerk of said Court.
I results.
; Our in
chapter cooperation to this responsible position I'' By Lucille C. Conner D. C.
+: '- "fn with individuals and organizations promise to carry out tt-e duties of T. Frank Landrum Stark. FlatldeAlt ,
). for Pit. 3-15
: ro the office to the best of my ability
maintains mobile first aid
1a units and
"' and will greatly appreciate your '
I i; ,,,,, highway first aid stations manned by active support and vote on May 7. IN CIRCUIT COt'HT. BRADFORD
it 1 -lL B. Crosby COUNTY. FI.OIUU.tl INCKHY. : t"H.U'
.//.1 y trained first aides who help care for .
i the victims of traffic accidents until the FOR SCHOOL BOARD Louise Willis Plaintiff v.. Jams>
4Br.a ...**... The Red ",ual.. ted er.... Boy District No. a Willis Defendant. Caw No. 4W
c- ruche the feedsand (Iris learn first sid, Q doctor arrives. First aid, water safety, I hereby anounce myself a can ORDER Of PUBLICATION
__i of home nursing.. 10 .eeldeatptlYindoa.w.rer and accident prevention classes are didate for member of the Board of AND NOTICE TO APPEAR '
f e.nr cil..ea! They learn safety, nutrition and Public Instruction District 8, comprising STATE OF FLORIDA to: Jan"
? conducted throughout the country. Brooker New River, Graham Willis whose. residence Is ChoreGhee
"' rcx',i for simple ill. hone nursinc in order >
and Hampton, Alabama
subject to the
..dcI' the doctor' to became citiieni of ... I .. will of the voter. In the Democratlo You are required; to appear 0'
""'r """'" tomorrow. Primaries In May. It elected to April 15, 1946 In the above namM?

'TpHINK of the many thousands who look to our Red Cross for aid and comfort this the duties office.connected I promise therewith to discharge In a Court and divorce.cause, wherein Bradford plaint"weeks Count)

JL in lonely hours of desperate need. Think what its many services and safe fair and Impartial manner.. Your Telegraph shall publish this Order'
vole and support will be highly apprecIated In next tour weekly Issue
Vol.nt. r Special Services. YourKJghbor guards can m an to our town to you and your,loved ones. Then remember Witness my hand and fflll faret
Your respectfully, seal at Starke Florida title
next door or just around the
that voluntary services backed contributions make it B. J. Lewis 1846.
your by possible
up your
answer probably a member of one of the ____ :CO'FFICIAL. SEAL A. J. Then*;

a.eyRedis Cross Volunteer Corps. She mayor for Red Cross to carry on in our community. Your individual gifts are its only FOR SCHOOL BOARD As Clerk of said Court.Zach _.*

knit for our hospitalized men; she source of income. Without you and your neighbors, there would be no Red To the District Democratlo No. a Voters' of I Atty., H.for Douglas Plf. oalnelYlII"1. .,I

d.ri..eforthe Motor she be Cross. Give the Red Cross School Board District No.3, Brad
r Corps; may a to today. ford County, Florida: IIN CIRCUIT C ii"RT. BBADFpMCOUNTY.

M..*. Aide or a Gray Lady. Perhaps she' I hereby announce my candidacy, :, FLOR1UAI H: *
for the office of Member of the
.Staff: Assistant or a Home Service worker Hoard of Public Instruction from MaVyVrlvett. Plaintiff VI. WIIIIJJ

...but whatever corps she serves what. District No. 8, comprising the vot : B. Prlvett Defendant. Case

.vesr she does her time and effort help River ing precincts, Oraham and of Hampton Brooker, New sab- U88 PUBLICATION:'

ettttcb the Red Cross dollar.YOUR ject to the Democratlo Primary on 'I' AND KGf..CE. TO APPEARWII
May 7. :
If elected nI promise to do all that I Ham B. Privet whose resldenrtBlytheville. II
one man do In the Interest and Arkanaa..
welfare of our children and the ar ,
You to appo
schools In my district and In the I are required above ni
April In the :
Red CrOSS county as a whole. I ed Court 15.and 1948.cause wherein piaIt'
e eANDREW'S Your vote appreciated.and support will besincerely ,, Telegraph tiff seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford thli Coojo r

d Respectfully yours. in next four weekly lusues. .
Russell H. Or;...n. Jr. Wltnens mv hand and offldw ""J

IN" CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD at Btarke. Florida, this March
14.. .
a_ CERY.
Clerk of said Court.
Julene Ron n. Mar cue Plaintiff Zach aalnesvlllft,, ria
v. Claude U Marcu. H. Douglas t.1
Defendant /.'* 4t
Case No. "II.ORDER Atty. for Elf
MOTOR CO. .. &M.DARBY'SJERRY'S U Marcus, residence and ad the undersigned Is engaged in bu GI
dress Is nee under the fictitious nsnw II
You are required to appear on Dowling Brothers loc""V.iiBtarke. -'
April 1, 146. In the above named Kls. and Intends te !111I
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ter- thesaM fictitious name in rrult|
PLACE seeks. divorce and restoration of Office of the Clerk of the
SAM ROSENBERG maiden name. Bradford County Court of Bradford County. F,,pis
Telegraph shall publish this Order W. E. Dowling. Star
NICK ALEXANDER In neat four weekly Issues t-15 4t 4-5
my band and official .
real at Starke. Irlorlda'OFFICIA1. ibis February IN CIRCUIT COURT. DR.'oro.D. '
18. 10$48. COUNTY, FLORIDA '" t'd\
( SEAL) A. J. Tho ,-. tER: Y.
ANGELO'SGRILL JOE'S GRILL As Clerk of said Court Robert T. Dawklns Pl lnt'i' "

t. ::. >x'' 13t w14: ,)" T.Atty.Frank for Landrum.PIt. Starke. Florida. Bertha Ms Dawklns. Del &
J-I 4t III Case No. 4461.
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Furn. & Motel CERY.) Oraham. Plaintiff vs. Jam* Route Dawkln No.1,.Gainesville.whose re.lden"'ta* :: ..

Mfg. Novelty Co.r t COOK'S GROCERY J E.4446.ORDER Graham, OJl Defendant. Case No. April You 16 are. 1'48.required/ In the to.bo.!".". ?..,..

PU'RLlCATtON d wherein;
and cause
; TO APPEAR tiff seeks divorce. ra

LAPPE BAKERY : LAWSON'S E.known= STATE Orahanv OF wbose FLORIDA residence tofjames Is un- Order County In Telegraph next four shall weeklyWHnes. \' :ufa. l I

MARKET mr hand and offielal' Ti ,
r'tl .areADrilu1 r9/4.require In the*! aboTf'ImJd at 1948.Stark. Florida, this Mrc6OFF1CIAI.

Court and cause, wherein plaintiff J. Tbukye"
( SEAL) A.
seeks d I vor e.. Bradford
Telegraph County As Clerk of said Court. _
shall publish this By Lucille In
next four weekly Issues."r"'r ;'II"t"r.
R. M. Duncan. 17 Lynch '"
Wlln... ,11.
my "and oillcial .. tor
.J."n Jaek. avllle, Florida Atty.
at Stark
*. Florida
this Feb. 1-15 4t 4S.sa