Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 14, 1947
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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Colonel Bradford I i


think a ".ray'lady" is,, only were all Bradford steers
akin to bought at
time even remotely a premium price and

ler'i mother, It Just goes to brought back home 'but several \ .

!that you are In the mo8"- additional FFA steers were purchased Official County Publication Established In 1877

yourself for the moil- locally. Banking Interests

class lady" l* no "hawl-and- entered Into the spirit of the .. '" .. .. ... _ .. .. .. __ __ .. .. .., .. .. .. __ t
ray Far from ill! thing offered $30: in cash VOLUMN SIXTY-AINU SIWKKE. MXmiUA. Flii.1M.hlCIIi429I7.. NUMBER TWENTY-ONE

e fixture. prizes ________ -_no ._. __ _____.__..______ n .. .. ..- .
present time Bradfordv to Bradford exhibitors and announced -

the can boast of but three they'd do the .same thing New Detour Bridge Over Santa Fe River ; d 1

ladies (worse luck), but next year. Cattle Losses Blanding Finally la Surplus;

j It lacks In quantity, It Altogether It Is easy to Imaginethe --

up in quality, .for all three increased interest that will be D ...--..ij uiH : ...I rlUSi'J. :'E2.. :.: r.,;."r .r; S ,..;t:/':'.<"i.;'. '" Only National Guard Area Maintained

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i ItRADFOBO VOtJNTY'I'ELEGRAJ' STAHKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 7. 1M1 bse.J ,:. Official status of Camp Blinding was clarified in some l\-

detail this week with disclosure\ by the Army and the Real

NOTICE Estate Division of the U. S. Engineers that as surplus the I

i NOTICENotice installation will be turned over to the National Guard and I

" i 10 hfreby given that the follo'Ing described lands will b. la hereby given thnt the following described land will be the Department of Agriculture. Approximately 40,000 I
ubllr, aurUon on the auth day of March 1811 at 11 o'clock noon sold at public auction on the 29th day of March, 1941 at 11 o'clock noon acres will be retained by the Department of Agriculture '
Ity Hull. In Stark Fla.. to pay the amount due for UU taxes: at the City Hall In Htarke. Fla., to pay the amount due for 1943 taxes, pre'I'I
to the same together With all sumably as timberland It i is believed that the Army ,
t fllJpn.lte cost of such sale herein set opposite to the cam, together with all coat of such sale
rUolnl and advertising1.rrlptl however retain rights to I

..... '..... .... .. bridge over the Santa Fe RlrId '
.. 0"" Ato .f Tax .. B 8.... Twp. -.. Owner ...t. of Tax Rites maneuver in this acreage.
of IoU '-8 of 11 285 ft. of N 105 ft. of ( brl at left nun bi'en torn ThursdayFor t
7 orIgInal Town E% of NW54 of of The Guard will at. unannounced
SEfc an -
6 13 till Iii. replaced by a new con-
k'e 18 R..A.. Grain 10..n NEVI. 28 8 11 W. A. CookUnknown 48.T5 Homer P. Gainey,
rL E & W byN One lot 105 ft. *'1. In SW date resume its
& 8 bounded Corner of SW% of BWVi 28 8 22Com. 2.84 Prominent Farmerfuneral exclusive use of lands (atf.
IiJ by
wo: on the at SW Cor. of Madison
j7on theN by ,. A Bay 8t. and runS proximately 30,000 acres) .
...n SI.. W by 236 ft. for a pt. of I services for H. I*. leased to the in
't. and South by bee, thence run W 105 !ws On Issues Gainey Sr., lifelong' resident and Army ,early
Original Town ft. S 6ZH ft., E 105 ft. the war emergency AHbuildings :
'k. 18 6 II R..A.. Green .00.06 N 52 H ft. to pt. ofComf'at farmer of the Brooker community .
will be
sold and.
Ida of Call St. 28 522 removed -
Unknown 2.84 were held Thursday afternoon at
Jt IntersectS JD NE Cor. of NE14 excepting those originallybuilt
Court St.. and of SE% of NE14. and re Legislatureit 3:30: o'clock In Dedan Cemetery.Mr. by the Guardsmen
i.'", ft. E oil It.ft" run a 60 ft., W 100 ft. who at time plus a t
Qalney one
N 113 ft. to N 60 ft., 13 100 Ft. to pt. number of additional structures L
thence W of 29 8 12 wa a member of the Board of
beg. Olenn B. McIntosh 245 required for the Guard's t
Ii. to p1. of bell. II 6 U R. A. Green US.06 Lot 2 of Block 82, J. M. did during the war County CommissIoners and, the encampment -
Stark. bounded Johns Addition 18. 22 Mary O. Maloney 2.84 Opposition to additional "mils- and training.It .
Temple AY.. N N 12 U ft. of lot 2 and County Board of Bond Trustees I
koon, St.. W by'worth. lot 3 and 8% of lot 4 e taxes", auch as levies on died Tuesday in a Gainesville hos Is cel'talnly not expected that ;
. and Mrs.idrnafl of block 2. Llvlngston- aIres, soft drinks, etc., and also the complete disposal of the huge
\ and 8.rman Truby" Co's Addition 18 8 22 W. T. Week, Jr. 453 pita! He was a member of tile
. 28. U R. A. Green 81.46 Lot 8 of Block 11, Llvtnmi- a general sales tax was voiced : Primitive Church. Installation will be made before
ole..pt S1 or lot ton-Truby & Co's 'Addition the Bradford Legislator "un- Baptist the spring of 1948.
In'e AdditIon toHr 28 8 22 Carl Hitch 4.21 Survivors Include, his wife Mrs I
Stnrke 19. U Floyd Green ..00 Lot 4 of Block 2, C I tor. i proved to be absolutely neces- Removal of dismantled buildingsIs
...t 9 or Block 18. Park Sub-Division 38 8 S3 Walter J. Redman 2.03 r for the continued functioningour Nancy Oalney; five daughters, '
. Addition to Lot 3 and SV4 of lot 4 of state government." Mrs. A. R. Raulerson, Okeecho-" proceeding flatly, It is stated,
"I Starke 29. U R. A. Grean ".76 Block 2 6, LlvlnffHton-, -
Block S, and 1ft. Truby" Co's Addition 28 8 22 F. B. Prince 4,23 [In reference to the proposed bee; Mrs. R. B. Raulerson, Miss with movement of many structures -
N"&" Shy 5l4 Lots 1-2-12-13-14 of Illk. Eva Fay Qalney f'ahokeeMr":' being male, through Mo.
W In NW coP- 30, LIvlnirBton-Truby & capital building program,
lot 3, Dowling's Co's Addition 18. 22 Earl George 3.44 speaker voiced an opinion that Mark Collins Waldo, and Mrs. It. hawk Wrecking Co., Inc., of Detroit I
\1.lon to Town Lot 3 of Irlciek 30, I.lv- W. Brannen Ralford; two son,
rIce 28 6 U Knute Fred Luld. 6.13 Injrston-Truby & Co's tile "curbing" might be neces- and the Bayiiard Brothers)
mock 32, J. M. Addition 28 8 22 C. B. John 2.64 y In some of these plans. "l"lorlIel'dll Cadet H. P. Gainey Jr, United '
\ddltloll to Town Lot 7 of Block .10, Llv- States Military Academy. West Realty Compa of St. Petersbtirg. J
ko 28 e 12 Mary D. Maloney 1.84 Ingnton-Truby & Cos lots of other things Them and other .
Hr Blot'k t. J. D. Addition 28 8 23 F. M. Packham 2.64 'se than It does elaborate now Point and E A. Qalney, Brooker. : companiesare
\IlIllon, to Town Lot 3-4 of Block 24, Llv- ( one sister. Mrs. Loma Thus! Jack bidding for large lots in perIodic
for Its
rIce 28 6 12 R. A. Green 40.80 InKston-Truby & Co' IdingH Supreme Court sales, and providing' wreck-
sonvllle and two brothers. L. RQalney ,
.IO of Block D, Sub-Dlvlxlon 28 A 22 Unknown 6.H3Nesby id Department, and other
.nco, AdditIon to Lots 8-4 of Block 40, Llv- > ncles," Mr. Wainwright Btuted Brooker. and E S. dainty, Ing and delivery service upon sale) I
.1 Clarke 18. 22 R..A.. Green 80.66 Ingston-Truby & Co' Plant S to other purchasers.
t.t Lot 2 and Sub Division 28 6 22 K. Jackson 6.82 his opinion the building prom City. :
end S' or Lot 4 Lot 3 of mock 42, Llv- H might be dwrtrable, but Approximately 8300 buildingshave

II k 2.'1oe Llvlng.lon-Addition Inffaton-Truby Division & Co'sSub 28 6 22 Julius Duller 3.44 uld be carried on over a long thus far been sold, by the I

n ot Starke 28 6 23 W. '1'. Week.. Jr. 4.83 S HO ft. of lot I of Block led of years and. not rushed I\e C. -- D. I..L. government. Data on the number, t
and 89ft, 01 47, Llvlnaston-Truby & of structures removed from the
28. 22 Mattie Lucile 2.84 his time.,
1 Block 14, Liv'l'ruby Co' Sub: Division Brymer (
. & CO'I Lot 3 of Block 48, Llv. camp by civilian concerns or Individual '
n 10 Town 01 Inccston-Truby Co's The Bradford Legislator! still R.: C.: D. I. L. purchasers was not disclosed t
18 6 13 Floyd Green 29.73'I Sub Division 28 6 22 T. J. Alderman S 44 an "open mind" on such con- --
'1 8' nf lots 69Ic Lot 9 and EMi of 10 and j I hut It Is asserted thatmqvepentI4 .
all 12-18-14 of Plock irerslal issues as the effort to( .,
11, LIYlnlfMton. .f'Jrly rapid. l
4 Co'. AddItion 39, Peek's Addition to llsh the Btato Highway Patrol ;,,
n nt Clarke a. 1 23 J.' P.' Roberts ..63 Town of Stark .38 6 22 J. E. Sullivan 910 one hand and a movement to "' Takhig ....tll) :from a poptiIdr. It was announce- that., -.Pe
Lot of Block 18 Temple .
1 Block 18. Liv.Truby S 'tobacco '
. 6 Co' Addition 28 S 22 J. P. Robert 8 70 peaSe Its ;jx>wr by delegating.imh.rityiu.tha advertisingr KngtneerM1" sale i I'* the: remaining3400txiOittc ,
n to Town Lou .-& 0 f Block K, other.Mher :of .eceuU'jtnohthart: : ..,Bradford Vilft" bladE aWul' ',"-T
olas Hails 1.14 Addition 28 8 22 J. P. Robert 80.25 poll** !
8 13 W. O. Temple's about '1\
or Block n. Liv.Truby Fractional Block 10 North Issusn ori. whIch hs 1* i CbutitlanS l ntirhfrVcll wo Maylat.: With the-probability that \

. & Co' ". '...t.. .: ,. '4' of 12th Street 4 Wont 'en to conviction":r ts the "whit this week loudly chanting thin all purchased by. jYIU.nII'wtl1' ba : .
110 Town of of Walnut Street Tem cryptic c ft t c! The
h-phrase. cleared from the Installation by
1.41 .' advance
as 6 23 Prunlm Carr pi. Addition to Townof nary' measure as if
.Block 80. Liv.Truby Stark 28 8 22 Unknown 8.24 ( Senator Mathews of Duvalinty. meaning -...Red> Groan Drive December 91. .' I I II

n to Town& CoOs of CARL JOHNS .- sfths .la Lag-irlnjjl I ,Procedure require' the Army's: ,
88 6 II 1!'. H. Packbam IU Tax Collector, City of Stark proposed re-wrltlng of tbe With M percent 'of the time checking of all property' aver to J. I. I II
.Plork 30. Llv..Truby" Co'. address U: Sumervllle Maoaobu Probate Act. U Constitution received the 0. elaps percent of the the Real Estate Division' of the I I I I

n 10 Town etta. Date Feb. 14, A. D. 1941.Frederick Of Wainwright who stated that county's ",000 quota has been Hnglneen which has complete

or lot 3 "t BlockIflgicton'Fruby Ofas 8 23 C. D. John. 1.114 You afro rel'LW.do: I appear abovenamed onMarch W. KoslA I| "old 1886 Constitution Is raised. to date Drive Chairman D charge of the sale or disposal of

& Court eeeke and cause, Bradford wherein Executor of the Last Will and iquated. It has been patchedamended A. Montelth announced yesterday lands and structures.The .
ub Dlylolon plaIntiff Phdlh'ii"iU i Testament ofMaria He Is convinced that the
to firmly
,r Clarke 28 8 U Enoch .Ty.ol1 1.114 County this K. Hull, Deceased.. so much that even alternative In Standing'scase
nd FJ 3Ii ft. of Order Witness In. next four hand weekly and official Issues' 8 8. McCahlll. lawyers don't know what the people of the county.. ready and was Its classification eitheras I
..I Block 21. Liv- my this February Attorney for Executor: vllllnc to contribute to the Red
seal at Starke. Florida Is now. War Asset or Surplus The
-Truby & Co's'ViSion 8, 1947.rOFFT'IAL '540 Ing-raham BuIldIng that the State Cross fund If they are contacted, I
to Town SEAL A. J ThonaaA" I suggestion; War Department placed the camp I
rIce A. Paul 4.83 : Miami Florida 2-14 4t 3-7 therefore the of the drive
J8 6 U T. main success
of said Court. fence the
Clerk id Department In the latter category on January
I except lot I, i, : I
H 0 Hrown, btark: Fla. tile state was made depends, entirely upon the
of 30.
,ton.Truby & Co' Atty. for Plf. 2-14 4t 8-7 IN! cmcriT COuRT DR4 JI'ORDCOI'NTY. hwaya
VIsIon t'l Town 9.11 FLOHIIIAl IN CHANCICHY the speaker. who said that thoroughness: with which volun -
k. 18 6 II Joe hogan iv: 'IIII'I'r covnr. mtir>Fonn ; ) tear worker canvass their territories '
r Block 48. Liv.Truhy lethlng must be done to pre- GAINESVILLE March 11 -
- e-oi'v'i'y.. KI.OHIHAI 11 CHAPeth' : Herman Rchram. Plaintiff. vs.' Mary In the next few day"*' .
& Co' and In-
,VisIon ( RY. Suhram, Defendant.: Case No.; 6442. t people beingkilled The Alachua County Commission I

rko to Town 28 6 U T. J. Alderman I.U Walter Barker Hayes Pu Puh h. ,Plaintiff.Defendant.vs. ORDER OP PUBLICATIONAND id In accidents caused by cattle Chairman Montelth praised the today authorized the expenditureof

I Block 10 North Case No. 5417.ORDER NOTICE TO APPEAR the roads. efficiency with which solicitation funds to- purchase and move

nut Street Street and Tern.Idillon West. Of PUBLICATIONAND Bchram.STATE)whose OF FLORIDA residence to and: Mary address 'he Bradford Legislator will al- In the residential areas of towns four buildings from Camp Diana
to Town 1.24 8TAT15 OF" FLORIDA, tot Walter In: 1840 Phelan Place, Bronx, ask the State Improvement being carried on, but states ding to Gainesville for use as an w
rko 18 6 12 Unknown whose residence Is: New York. drain Its millions that In the' business J
1 Block 2, City Hayes Puxh nmUslon. to canvassing annex to the Alachua County
Pierce 1.03 Clear Lake Iowa. You are required to appear on land behind schedule. Of '
ub.DIYlelon district Is far
28. II Mr. George March 34. 1947. In the above acres > rich everglades Hospital.
r required to on
- Block &11, Liv.Trtcby Co' March Ton 'are 11. 1B47. In the appear above named court and cause, wherein permit this area to be home- the tSOO raised to date, more than The project, which will Includethe ,

visIon 28. 13 Rosa Leggett ..81 named Court and cause, wherein plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ided by veterans under provl- $:300 has come from the resldenlal purchase and equipping of the .
5 of Block plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford County Telegraph shall publish this
S Addition to, County Telegraph. shall. publish. this Order In next four weekly Issue.. is of an act Introduced by him workers, the chairman statH building Is expected to cost approximately -

..r. Clarke 28 S III J. P. Rob.rt. 80.65 Order In next four weekly tinmen. Witness my hand and official the last session of the Irglnla- !"I realize that soliciting; In the 2RO.OOO' and will provide
WItness my hand and official seal at Htarke, Florida. this February .
peal at "Htarke' Florida, this February 20, 1947.OFFICIAL .11. business district Is being under, 88 extra beds to the present
CAMTaJx3.ator., City of Btarkq. 12, 1947.OFFICiAL ( : Thorn, fr. Wainwright wU Introduced taken by busy merchants and proeswlonal 100 bed plant.
( PUBLICATION ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, A* Clerk of said ldourt-: Ouy Andrews, who had charge men. and many of them
IIH'II'r (COIRT' BR..D-I ORDER Of[ A. Clerk of scold Court. By Lucille C. Conner, D. C.
101 S'i'y FWMUDA, IV! AND NOTICE TO APPEAR John Hv) Lucille C Conner D, C. T Frank Ijindrum, Stark, Fla. the program for the Jay. have not yet had an opportunityto Leo Crosby Elected
STATE OF Dim Kellv. Jr., Fernandlna, Fla. Atty. for Plf. 2-21 4t 8-14 I
H-r, residence and work their assignments
P McClure whose Atty. for Plf. 3-14 4t 8-7
taInt lit, address Is6014 Hampden Lane Chairman Monteith stated. "How- Legion CommanderAlbert
Ca.e No. 5422'effliccnt Betheada Maryland. 1"1 TUB c fH' iTr jvnnp.'t COI-HT iv rnirriT ronni.' n4urOilDCOI of the
Turk.r' You are required to appear on IV A\l FOIl BII'.OI&l1 (01. ':V. : STY FLouiult iv CHAN.CKHV. ail Messenger ever, since the success Life Crosby wa elected
17 un In th. above TV. Kl.Olllllt. IV PHOOATH.In drive depends largely upon the
March f
''TJr 01"'" .1.HLY..TtON AND named Court and cause wherein He: K"tate of Irene Fllley, plaintiff v*. Glenn )sition Open ubstsntlsl contributions from the commander of Post 06. American '
To APPEAR seeks dlvorr. Bradford Maria K. Hull Lee Fllley, Defendant. Case No. Legion In the annual election of '
) FiO1ti to: s..muel Plaintiff Telegraph shall publish thIs D.eea.ed. If... t Local Post Office business district I hope that these
at055 resIdence I. un.e Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND workers will redouble their effort the veterans' group Tuesday
' my hand< and official All Creditors and All Persons. NOTICE) TO APPEAR oBtmaMer F F. Stump an-, night Crosby replaces outgoing
o'lulrlld Demands Against week Is out
to appear on I this February tlavlnv, Claim or before the
' eal' III th* above named seal at Htarke, Florida. Said Estate: STATE OF FLORIDA to: Glenn need yesterday that sealedI i Commander S. G Denmark who

,'I I Vorce.. Wherein plaintiff' ( U. 1941.OFFICIAL SEAL. ) A. J. Thomas.An You, and each of you. are hereby Lee Fllley I is unknown.You whose.residence and address will be received through flatay A 'meeting of residential area expressed thanks for the member -

h 'hall Bradford County Clerk of sM Court. notified and required to present March 23, for the position workers Is called! for 4 o'clock ,,' cooperation during one of'r'r i
pulollMh Ohio to I
Order which required
C. claim and demand you are appear on "
C. any
tour Lucille In the
weekly 1 Ieues. hv ;"t Scott ..D'n 't.. Barnett or either ) have agaInst( March 1 47. In the above mall messenger between the this afternoon ( Friday) the most successful years In thepout's
my hand and official Fleming Bank BuildingJack- the eoforo'.f.'I:. : K. Hull, deceased named court and cause, wherein. Church Service Center
, tarke, Florida, this Feb- National late of Bradford County, plaintiff eeek divorce. Bradford rke post office and the SAL. history.
.l9475BAL. sonville, Florid Plf. l-H <* .- Florida to the Hon. K. K Ferryman County Teleffraph hall publish this road station. The present L. M., Drake was named vice- .
: ) A. I. Thomas, Atty for County Judge of Bradford Order In next four weekly lue f
or sold ; Woodrow l Surrency, Mrs. Maggie GreenMrs. commander and Guy Andrews the
Court 1111 ciftctrrr: COCHT.FLOHIUAl. "R"'DrORD County, and file the same In his wltneee my hand. and ofiria'seal menger I
end Cobb, Lake Butler C0Vr4'FY: IN CHAN.CERV. : office In the County Courthouse In at Htarke, Florida this February tendered his resignation. finance officer. A. J. Thomas ,
Atlorn.n-14 for the plaintiff. : Bradford County. Florida, within 12. 1941.OFFICIAL > ersonK. bidding must be not Maggie Green 00 a life will serve during the forthcoming

tiT ;f.'hT.: ; OeorsW.. R..dy.Reedy.Plaintiff.Defendant.v*. dale eight of calendar the first month publication from here the A( Clerk of said SEAL Court.? A. :1. 1'lIomaa. ter 16 years of age and suitS long resident of Bradford County year as chaplain. Clifford Hasen .

T. FLORIDA, BRADrORO IN' CHAN: Case Evelyn No.Irene 5406.OB ) of. Bald the legal claim address or demand of the to claimant contain -- By Lucille C. Conner, D. C.' to be entrusted with the care: with the exception of six years will bit historian and Lavon Andrews i '

:DEN!: 0' PUBLICATION and to b* sworn to and presented :/; It. }l rr'.on.' Law Exchange Elds custody of the malls. Pro- pent In Orange County two decades the Sergeant-at-Arms. I '

'i.IfeClurs McClure Defendant, Plaintiff,Case... STATE AND NOTICE OF/ FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Evelyn as. aforesaid See Section or 120 same of th will. 1981 bebarred. Atty.Jacksonville.for Plf.Pie 2-14 4t 37Religious ,als must be made at a yearly ago, passed away quietly R. A, and Floyd Green Drake I

Irene Reedy whose residence and I for all service required. and and peacefully at the home of her and Crosby were named delegates r., i ,

ions wishing to bid should In- daughter Mrs. Lavonla Griffin. :I for the State Convention to beheld I

11 themselves nf the amount here Monday. February 24. at 8 In Miami. April 15-17. R. A. .

vun asic I and character of tha nervlce. A. M. I Green and 8.! G. Denmark were ,I '
"\> and see tnat loca.. ouyers eoutn. 11 10u r. rr.i.J 'To J. B. Russ from P. E. Bikes MovieAt
4 enjoy the coastal i Blank bids. and additional Infor She was a member of the Boat- appointed delegates to attend the
the show to bid on the a ride, you'll In Section One Township
160 acres
Shown by our local boys. route between St. Augustine and Seven South. Price Indlcat. Methodist Church"A matlon may be obtained from drain Missionary\ Baptist Church I I Legion's District Convention, i. ..
conducted scheduled for Ocala Sunday { I
Beach. Postmaster Stump.Deadline and the funeral services were 1 .
wently the youthful exhlb- Jacksonville satisfactory ed: $7000. the Wilderness the there Tuesday February March 16.flans ,
Is Voice
from I It more
Bradford County But perhaps from Guy Har- I
the of for motorists to get out the To W. T. Msrkey of Block story of John the Baptist, will be i At Hand 23.: at 2:30: P. M., with the Rev. were discussed: for a ,'' '
discouraging aspect 6 7. and a '
their own tours. reU. Lots shown Sunday evening at the C. C. Harris and the Rev. U O. series of monthly Legion dances I -
their steers sell for less map and plan Section I,' Township T south. For Soil .
ome the highway. 12 First Methodist Church. Signers Hemingway officiating. Inter to be held this spring and sum }
to say
were actually Eufflc Price Indicated: |3500. .
n' quality but I I there and one can cover a lot The film runs for 40 minute County'Agent T. K. McClane. Jr. ment was In Dyal Cemetery and'mer. I
shown I'
were I I are Interesting To Andy Ward from A. S Man- Key-McCabe Funeral Home was I Installation ceremonies for the \

'R from towns where civic I of ground. sea lots of of an after- a.*a. Lots S and 10 of Block "B", and shows the life of John beginning yesterday reminded Bradford farmers In charge of arrangements. Pallbearers new officers are announced for .' '

and public-spirited -,[ things. In the space Jones ,Al tlon to- Starke. Price: at birth; through his early that Saturday March 15. is were Clyde Brown Wil- Tuesday March 23. '
Came to bid and boost the noon. who are comparatively Indicated: $3000.Announced .- life In the desert, as a preparation .. the deadline for qualifying for liam T. Brown, Ira Wilson Eugene I ; ;, I

Year the Starke Chamber I I For new those residents of Starke. I'd John by the Snider.E. A.Muekegun Strout- for his ministry. benefit for under promoting the Government'sprogram soil-build Griffin Grlffls.. Arnold Griffin. and Singing Convention f f'I I I

overlook : To
mrce determined that suggest that'th.y not Agency This film Is on* of.thAt most I ing practice '
w P J tkaii Michigan from J.. Harden- Is two daughter This month's meeting of the
?In this should Ooldhead State Park advertised productions of I All farmers who wish to havetheir She survived by
"begging Gardens, all the manifold brook seven acre farm on Palatka highly Included In the lINT *. Mrs. Lavtnla Grlffls of popular Bradford County Singing .

the best! but> should rank Ravine historic spot, of St. Augustine highway, one mile' from Starke. Cathedral Films Ine, and the pub- farms should sign up at the Starke,*, and Knt:; Wary Brown of Convention will be held at the
on the auction
Conunlttee. Fort Clinch State Park. Fort To James Hair. Lake City from lic Is invited to come and enjoyIt. county program agent's office In the courthouse Crovelarut, and by two sons Jacob Klngsley Lake Baptist Church. J

were appolnt. of interest j 1. Lavender. three-acre farm Llthla', and Willie JC.O..n The meeting will begin at 3 m. '
Contact local retailers and George Island-all points nine There will be no charge but not later than Saturday Green of .. p. h ?
of Butler highway March 23.
rant the heritage on Lake of Stark Sunday
lllen and Interest them which are the usual offering will be taken.afternoon,
and which are miles from Stark.
Pfldlng the Florida
Sal 1,. The cam- North
was O successful that not definitely; worth a visit.


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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Dog Revue At Park Bethel children.present as were eight grand- for Most completion of the by mal'p'l1/f mid-euroer.

Established 1877 Mr. and Mr*. J. M. Allen and has been unified ft?,,, th/,811:
By Mrs. E. W. Allen Park-Mlddleburg\ i I.,, ,I"" ,, Or,
family were visiting Mr. and Mrs
r.. I. :MM thews ..________ Editor and OwnerPublished region around [nl. It
e . a. A. O. St. John In Olustee Sunday. "?,?.
work, one of menh, ',
Weekly oil Friday. and Entered tut. Second Class Matterat PARTY FOR TIIERESSA ANN projects authorized b\ ?i 30"
the I'ost Of fir*, at Starke. Florida. 'ON.S: White Surveys Staff Department for vat ",,?, ,the,uh,*
Mr. and Mis. Odell Jones were Increased to 20 quires complete g, 'Mll, eat
POOR SALARIES-POOR TEACHERS[ hosts to 17 children at their I surveys In conncctu ,nth?
I Inadequate) salaries for the faculties of our public sl t t a home here Monday afternoon in Field Inspection of the H. M. Blanding.
schools and colleges arc bringing a steady deterioration in 1.r honor of the first birthday an- White Survey operations is being The total pcrao. ni of
the intellectuil level; of teachers-a fact which threatens the niversary of their daughter, made this week by J. S. Me Call, eludes the recent edddloa,"
I entire.iuture of the United States, in the opinion of many Theressa Ann. Games were enjoy of the Army Map Service, Wash- B. Akart, engineer ,a Tamn r
e competent and alarmed observers. ed by the young children, and ington, D. C. Using four and five A. Gray, enKinee: ,f B l
i afterward refreshments of Ice crews, the project reports rapid Tennessee, and D j J
Studies' just completed indicate that the intellectual wil|< .
cream and: cake were served
progress on a schedule designed assistant
capacity of the men and women who now select educationas Assisting In entertaining and serv- surveyor '>t stnrkt
a career i il'l' inferior to that of those who choose engineering ing were Mrs.\ Ira Wilson and
law, medicine and other professions. Mrs. Arnold Griff,
"If the trend is not halted, the result will be inevitable,"
concludes Henry F. Pringle; in the current issue of Good LKi-8KXION: WEEK-END SPECIAl
;l; Housekeeping magazine. "The boys and girls who must become Anouncement Is made of the
lit intellectual leaders of their country will be handicap- marriage of Maurice Lee to Miss
Betty Sexton. Both Mr. and Mrs.
ped. Their influence in world affairs will be jeopardized.
are natives of Starke and at- iAPP'S '
"Unless salaries are drastically revised upward, the ii. : 4. 46 tended Bradford High School. STARLING'S
teaching profession is bound to fall increasingly into the They are making'their home here
hands of mediocre men and women, who may or may not be rirtuml above -I.I* Kirk Adams. and his. Dog Revue featuring: and the community Joins in wishing *
qualified for the job" the.article states.It twrl\ highly trained pup popularly known all the' Twelve College i them a successful and happy
I is further pointed out that under the present scale CanlnrN, which will appear In person on the Park Theatre stage next life. STORE GROCERY
,Y; of pay for college faculty members, a first sergeant in the Thurmla)', March 20. for three performance at 4i30, 7:30: and 9:30P.
Army is better off after twenty years of service than a university M. Also appearing In pemon with Adams In Miller, the Mauler WEDDING ANNIVERSARY 600 E. 10th St Last Store E. Calls
professor is after forty years in the class room. Magician; Rita Karzan, the Strobllte Picture ,Artist and Prof. Carl, Mr and Mrs. Harold Kite were
.Although the recent teacher strikes in many parts of \entrlloqulMt with his dummy, Oswald. In addition, the park screen hosts at their home here Satur- Friday & Saturday March 14, 15
i the" country can hardly be condoned on any grounds, it must baa a double, feature, "The Naughty Nineties". and "The Truth About day, March 8, to a family reunion

be admitted: that they have done,more. to awaken the public Murder on that date. ding honoring anniversary the twenty-eighth of Mrs. Kite's wed- Good Blue Rose GOODGRITS
7 to the sad or the
t e F plight underpaid teacher than thousands of
parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. D.
Park Will Feature Presbyterian Church
editorials and sermons would have done. At last the public
of Plant City, who are
i'' n' is clearly conscious of the problem. What it will do to
'pr't help Stage Show ThursdayA Services for Sunday, March 16: their guests. RICE21bs.
1 solve it remains to be seen. Morning worship 11 a. m. Ser- The Strickland's three daugh-
Doubtless this issue will come in for its share of the varied program of stage and mon topic "The Way of Th* ters, Mrs. Kite, the hostess, and
a spotlight at the 1947 Legislature which convenes next month., screen entertainment ia offered Cross." Special.. music. Visitors Mroi L. O. Rogers and Mrs. Virginia -
I, Now that the public is aware of the teacher plight and the this week by the Park Theatre, welcome. Mann, both of Plant City, 25c SIbs. 37c
,+ decline in quality that threatens the profession, it is likely opening Sunday with the Darryl Sunday School 0:43: a. m. and their son and daughterinlaw -
,j ,, that strong pressure will be brought upon our lawmakers to 1"'. Zanuck" production, "Dragon- Young People's Service 6:30: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Strick-
have teachers placed at least within a "living wage" bracket. wyck.Starring Gene Tlerney. the filmIs p. m. land also of Plant City, were Big No. 2 1.2 Can GOOD-FRESH

an excellent picturlzatlon of the .GIBBSBEANS RIB &
GET BEHIND THE GUARD best-selling novel by Anya Seton.
Governor Caldwell has pointed out that in order for the The bill!, which 'Includes the latent Any Radio Repaired --- $2.00PLUS
Florida National Guard to continue tq meet the rigid requirements March of Time and Newsreel con- STEW33c
J1 of the Federal Government, prompt action must tinues through TueHdiy, March ( PARTS)
,+II}; be taken to enroll enough properly qualified candidates to 18. Phonograph Parts and Service
i i fill] the prescribed quotas. Abbot and Costcllo's hilarious Estimates and Tube Testing FREE! 25c

As commander in chief of the Florida National Guard, "The Naughty Nineties," and a ,All Work Guaranteed 90 DtysBrown's
the Governor urges civic leaders to acquaint themselves suspenneful melodrama "The .
fully with the activities of the organization and to support I Truth About Murder plus newsreel -

it to the utmost. "It Is your duty," he states," "to select the cinema comprises fare of Wednesday the well-balanced March > Radio ServiceCourt Fresh-Country "33"

1 finest men of your community between the ages of 18 and 35 10 The stage show added Thurs- Street Opposite Courthouse
and recommend them to the National Guard unit. day presents Kirk Adams and his EGGS
"There is," he continued, "a vital need for an effective "Dog Revue" a novel animal act BLEACH
National Guard, composed of the men of our communities, starring 12 "college canines."
r trained and ready to meet whatever emergency may arise, Other entertainers are Miller, EARN While You LEARN to FLY
be it civil strife, riot, hurricane, or foreign invasion In addition Master Magician, Rita Kal'zan, the 44c doz. 12c at.
+ to being emergency insurance, the National Guard strobollte picture artist, and Professor -
I builds young men into leaders, both civilian and military, by "Oswald.Carl" ventriloquist with, On The G. I. BILL ,of RIGHTSWe
using its facilities and for GALLONS OF
t .. resources cultural. and recreational FRESH CHUCK
pursuits. A, Biggs & Baker Offer GOOD YELLOW
Starke ia1 among'the fortunate Florida communities,that
r; nave been assigned a unit under the new National GuardRetup Shoe Repair Service are ,now Approved for the. following '
and it behooves every citizen to get behind the Organization courses: PEACHES SteakPound
and PUSH.. Talk to the young men o f your Management of the Biggs and Basic Ground Primary and Ad-
105 West Call
acquaintance and try to interest them in becoming part Baker Bicycle Shop I vanced Flying Also Private Com --,:: ,
Street, ha* announced the -
'i 4 of,this unit that should' grow to be the pride and protection of a shoe repair unit, with mercial and FI I i g h t Instructor .-.. 1.15
Il of the -' -- 39cYou'd
community. complete equipment for all typesof Courses. Approval No. 5650. _
y y, ;M It has been pointed out that if the local company is service. f
,I u i e fully recruited it will bring a payroll of approximately $20- Repairing will be by Philip
000 annually into the community. Although the financial Johnson, who has 22 years experience Class_ Room Instruction Tues. & Thurs. Better Spend

by it r } benefits-probably', least important of,the many advantages ,In the trade.' Johnsonwas Nights 7:30 P. M. That Last 53 Stamp,, QuartsCLOROX
coming to the community that possesses 'a National for many years with the Hol. I Before April 1.SUGAR.,
1 ,) r Guard Company, it Is nevertheless there, and forward-look- Ilngsworth Shoe Shop.IN .

ing citizens should leave no stone unturned to see that the MEMORIAM CONWAY-LIBBBY -.T. SERVICE
company here reaches its maximum usefulness.
In loving memory of my Dear PHONE 147 OR 32
6 Mother!, Mrs. Clara Stone, who

t" THEY Those DON'T who HAVE fell once TilE again ANSWER for campaign promises and passed away March 19, 1944. CONWAY AIRPARK 5 Ibs. 47c 16c

'r")' actually believe that the Republican Party had a sensible Remembrance! dearest mother, j
answer to i it s catch-phrase of I last November "Had tinged with sadness It is true, .. ,.,, .
Fills the hearts of those who lov-
enough 7" are beginning to realize that the ever-gullible I
ed on this day recalling you.
bt you
voter has received nothing more or less from the G.O.P. but All the patience and endurance

4t i the same For instance old run-around., just what, may we ask, have the Repub- Each that sacrifice a Mother's you love bore could for hold.me Snack time have Coke Ii I

licans done constructively in the matter of industry- those anxious hours untold. a jJJJflJa
shackling strikes? A long list of experts in various fields The guidance which you offered
were summoned before Congressional Committees and spoke with an understanding heart
plain truths concerning the greatest domestic problem now Tour strength of Faith and Courage
t 1'''' face.1 by the country. The voice of the general public has rare shall always stand a-

likewise made itself known, through the Gallup poll and part.
Remembering you Inspires me, I'm
similar surveys. An overwhelming majority of the nation's encouraged to believe.
newspapers have urged Congress to act without further delay That your memory, dearest
Yet despite all this, there is a grave doubt if laws to Mother, Impel me to achieve. av _
+r E curb even the most evident abuses of labor power will beJas2led. The goals which you thought ,
ll worthy, with definite end and t
Why? The answer is politics. Simply politics. Next aim. ( a

year is a presidential election year, so the political mind re- May fulfillment of these wishes iiit't ,
coils from doing anything that might conceivably cost the bring honor to your name. \' '
party a single vote. It .refers to talk, to make promises, And though sadness Intermingles
and-in the end with thoughts of you today,
r -delay and hedge and do nothing. It
prefers Let a tribute of love be spoken! in
to forget the clear mandate laid down by the people in daughter's
the elections of last Novmber when the labor issue!' overshadowed your Sadly missed by your daughter -
] all others. and Son-in-law, Ethel! and I ,
;t a There is but one answer-a public demand that Congress Kenneth LaCTiance.
: wf meet the issue!' courageously and directly. Side-step
f' ping' Congressmen of whatever party must be shown that \ v\\\ ;%
: evasion of their plain responsibility, and disregard!' of past Sightseeing Trips v1

,proAiiaes, will mean public disfavor and eventual political Charter Trips h
Clef eat,
... Unless the Republican Party does much to redeem Passenger Trips. .
iV itself in succeeding months, it will discover that the people
have once more "had enough"enough of unfulfilled prom- .

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[lie Level' LAWTEY State Farm Graham .1 '

1\lf'I. H. SI. McRae. . .Sly. Tho School Hy Mr. Bryan Whitfield I)V Mr*. John McKinneya I CHEVROLET I'
: . . . . . . . .

;ee raved, wan present for SCHOOL SLAY 8UCCKSSFIL BRIDGE ('Lt'n MRKTINCl: I Mrs. Edward Broughtim( and

[vice at Pine Level Baptist A large appreciative audience Mrs. J !.I. Hembree entertainedthe daughters, Katie and Chlsper were i
I Sunday and over two enjoyed the Lawtey school ninthgrade's State Farm Bridge Club at shopping Staike Saturday. .: I
h attended Sunday schoolnd play "Tourist Welcome" her home .
I Thursday afternoon of The Rev. Burton and John J.
Friday night at 8 o'clock In the last
week. Of unusual beautywas D. and Otis McKinny attended
Mrs J B. Murrhee and school auditorium. The three act the decorative effect that was baptismal services at the Taber. I.

d\\'ard\ Hall of Hilliard play featured fourteen characters captured with arrangements of nacle In Starke Sunday afternoon. Again in 1946. :
and Sundayer and each actor performed his part, early spring blossoms
Saturday night with pink Miss Katie Mann spent the ,. j :
plrent, the Rev. and In a very creditable manner. I as the predominant color. i
In Macclenny with Mrs
L E HalJ. During the Intermission between In addition to two tables of Drew Walker ,
Mrs Mildred
land Mrs. T. M. Crawford' the first and second acts the first I players, Mrs. Hembree had, ( as her Baldwin.Mr I ,

Irene, of High grade rhythm band rendered two guest Mrs. Martin Griner, Jr.,
lighter Crawford's numbers. The little folk were who won the bingo prize of .and Mrs. Lee Youngblood
|, and Mrs. parfcr and son, Hembry, of Sarasota are I I
attired In FIRST
and Mrs. Albert Conner costumes and presented powder puffs. For high score In I
spending a while here with their
Butler were recent visit.tfr. a charming: appearance. In the contract Mrs. P. D. Fancher was
p aon-ln-law and Mr. and
and Mrs. Owen McRae. second-third act intermission, the awarded a bud vase, while, as Mrs John McKinny.daughter. ,
J eighth grade boys chorus sang second high scorer Mrs. C. M.
and( Mrs. Barney Eggers two selections, and were complimented Turney received powder. During A revival conducted by tho Rev. (-

|je: son, John Arthur, of for their performance.The I the games Coca-Cola was served, M. n. Miller will begin at the

Jnvllle. spent Saturday night ninth and, at the end of the playing a Christian Church of Graham Sun-
grade wishes to thank
nday here with Mrs. Kg- day, :March 23. A cordial welcome '
salad course with coffee : I
was en-
everyone contributing to the success
randparents,' Mr, and Mrs. of their play Joyed. Is extended to everyone. r

[McRa I I I Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Johnson and
I and Mrs Robert Myrick NINA URATRICR WELLS' BRADLEY BAIIY children attended Baptist church !

i mother, !Mrs. Susie Myrick, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Well. are S-Sgt. aji ,Mrs. Jack Bradley: services at Pine Level Sunday INSALES'I I i
I and Mrs. H. M. McRae announcing the birth of a daughter of Tampa announce the birth of

linei guests of Mrs. Lillian Nina Beatrice, at St. Vin their daughter, Gall Marie, on night.Mr.. and Mrs. Carl Broughton i
and. family In Gainesville cent's Hospital in Jacksonville March 7. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. ,
on and children were visiting; Mr.
Bradley are the paternal grandparents
iiy February 27. Mrs. Wells Is the and Mrs. Elbert Broughton In
T y. Norman of Hell- former Miss Beatrice Miner. of the little newcomer.
re visiting relaIicre Hampton Sunday. I !


>ck Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Rathe] Sympathy is extended to Mr. eon, Julian, were visiting Mr. and "

U McRae young son of Mr. of Hebron Maryland, are announc- and Mrs. A. C Davis and family Mrs. Eddie Wasdln In WaMo Sun- FIRST IN COMBINED CAR AND TRUCK SALES!

hj J, W McRae, is much ing the birth of a son, Charles Jn the death of Mrs. Davis' father, day.Dr
kd following illness.' Eugene, on March 1. Mrs. Rathel William Rhoden, life long resident and Mra, K. H. Shafer of i
and Mrs Arthur McRae will be remembered as the former of Baker County. Mr. Rho Hampton were visiting Dr. M. The final registration figures are In, have that you're wise to choose r

}isiting Mr. and Mrs.,A. F. Miss Gene Edwards, daughter of den was 77 years of age and his Campanello at the Naturopathic and again in 1916 America: purchased Chevrolet, the only cars giving I
Jacksonville Sunday.RPENTER'S. Mr. and Mrs. Will Edwards of death occurred Thursday morn Review Monday. Chevrolet I
Interment In more car.r-more DIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST
ing. was Taylor 1
Lawtey. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Dempsey recently -
Cemetery Saturday afternoon. moved Into the Chevrolet trucks-more Chevrolet COST, and the only trucks ratingas :
C. E. Crosby of Wesconnettewas garage anti trucks cO'1bined-than '
in Lawtey on business Tues- During the past week Dr. and apartment which was purchased as THRIFT-CARRIERS FOR THE '

day afternoon. Mrs. R. P. Stubbins and their I a short time ago by H M Was anyothermakedespltethefactthnt NATION! True, there still aren't
daughter, Mary Rivers, moved to Chevrolet was out of production
Foster; Shi Smith principal of din. Chevrolets
enough new to go
their home on Walnut street In
entirely during the first three
Bradford High School In Starke,
er was visiting Lawtey School Tues- Starke. I i months of the year! A magnificent uround, hut highest popular

Mrs J B. Caldwell l 1M now at LET THE tribute to Chevrolet production demand means higher dollar ,value
day.Mrs. home with her son, J. G Caldwell.
Will Edwards was a business Just as highest production means t
and family, having Lome Saturday f SPFEP) SURE efficiency, as well as to the dollar .

visitor to Jacksonville Sat- from. her former home, near, .4'' RELIEF FORACID value of Chevrolet products! It's quicker delivery of your new car or
Ocala. the best proof you can possibly truck. Place your order-today! I
The Rev. C. B. North and James
Mrs. T. T. Fillyaw In. spendingthis
Wainwright went to Raiford Sun-
week with Mr. and Mrs W.
day afternoon. The Rev North E. Fillyaw In Lake Butler. CHEVROLET LOWEST-PRICED LINE ITS FIELD
was in charge of the services at I ;
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Grlner, Sr.,
the Methodist Church there.
Mrs, Martin Griner Jr., :Marti
Mr. and Mrs. O. \V. Roberts Qilner, HI, and Mrs. J. M. Brad- t I
and Mrs Effie Miner were in ley went to Jacksonville Sunda TORODE CHEVROLET CO.I

RESCRIPTIONiLlRMACIST Jacksonville Friday of last week afternoon to visit Mrs. F. W. Ed- I ,

visiting relatives who are ill in wards, who has been ill! for sometime '
Carpenter's Drug Store S TAll I( E. F LORI I) A '
St. Vincent's Hospital and V. N. Geiger): who, at 'r
64 STARKE Miss Donna Grlffls, one of our that time, was a patient In St :- f I
one first grade teachers, is absent Vincent's Hospital. Mr. Gelger''

-the-Minit' ServiceDon't from school this week due to ill-: hospitalization became nOlI. Hilary t.

: on account of pain from a ppina till I I Ili/i 1 I'I'i t i M[

ness.The, Rev. C. B. North. Mrs. G. Injury sustained several years tgo i I Ii

W, Roberts and son, George, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Geiger formerly lived ,' ... ', '
here and their friend,.Jiopq( fqr. ., \. "' f.
Edwards '
A.. H. Harley, Miss Lou 4' r s 1 'e' }. 'If ,f' ti 1. ,t''. I
and L. H. Futch attended a,.Lay speedy correction of visited i I ,". _, a i
man's meeting of the Methodist Mrs. Edwards frequently' '

Church last week.in Alachua Thursday nightof her and relatives.It is hoped Mr.! and by their Mrs. Griner friends ,::>:: .;. r 17 IVq FREIGHT RATE INCREASE .: ,<'a;: ,J"j.I j. t tt "

that there will be maarked 1m. '. ... t "
Charles Howe of Miami was
in her condition soon ..II I r
U Have his Mr. and Mrs. provemept t
visiting parents Mrs. Henry Hall of Danville, : I IrI
A. H. Howe, this week.
ntional Collisions Va., came Friday to visit Mr. and ;. 1 '

Mrs. John Godwin.W. >Yf
Herron of Starke. Minister ; ''r"
every year persons pay TailorMadeSEAT of the Church of Christ, was the INCREASE IN" ," .<,, 1

ousands of dollars be- COVERS dinner guest; of Mr. and Mrs. J. FREIGHT RATES l

W. Woodward at noon Sunday. i
< their cars are burned, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Chambers t. .,
involved eolliBuyAutomobileCorn. weekend with Mr. I
n or in spent the past .
1 and Mrs, Earl Chambers In Live ,i' / I I'
s. / ,
; '
tmive and Collision In. Oak.Miss Hattie Fowler of Lake \ ,i

Butler visited Mr and Mrs. M. E
ce before it's too late. Martin Griner : I I'I
Griner and Mrs. '

barley E. Johns Jr., for .several' days the early INCREASE IN WAGES'' p

port of this week. '1 BILLION 565 MILLION ....'M, "
Agency All Work Guaranteed Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Randall Jr.. I 1
Johnnie and Joan, of :: 1
IS and children, t
Jacksonville, were Sunday visitors NEW PAY. y INCREASE IN -i.

..'.. '... COVER CO.GAY'S : of Mr and Mrs. J O. Randall/ Sr ROLL TAXES J MATERIALS COSTS; I
visited Mr. and '
............: SERVICE STATION I Mrs!After J. L.having Williams for a week, '90 MILLION : ; '663 MILLION .
nllnj THE TRAVELERS, Hartford I Phone 19( Court Si Madison: Ste.I Mrs. Senic Tinder returned to_her
I : home In Tlradenton Sunday: Airs I ..g I % ,

emler was accompanIed homo by

her dmiKhter. Mlsa Ixxilse Tucker

who came up Saturday. Other ,. Ar" """"' 1 n I

(guests of Mr. and Mrs Wllliamr'
r during the week were Mr. and
I Mrs. John William and baby of

Tallahassee.After making an extended visit : !!

nle to relatives Hooker In was Orlando with, Mr.Mrs. Jen and Why freight rates are going up. a

MM C. M. Turney*from Friday I'
unti1-Tuesday when she and Mrs.
homes Clara Stahl in Dania.proceeded Indiana to Duringthe their Since 1939! railroad employee have today, few have been so little and so 100,000 different product They pay t 'r viii/

1 weeks following the arrivalof had three general pay raises totaling late as that in the price of railroad big taxes-taxes which are spent not

Mrs. Hooker and MfR Stahl in B2 //i,%. and the prices of fuel ma. transportation. only for public school, public health j i i
1 trip ,
latter enjoyed a
to Florida Cuba, and Nassau and a short tennis and.supplies have risen 61/ioo./ and poluo and fire protection, Jut' ; f

stay with Orlando friends in ad- How Important are hfallhllal,. even for highways, airways:, airport ;

dition to visits .with Mr. and Mrs. But w hen j the war' ended in 1945, road to a prosperous country, ? and inland waterways.. ., : .' .

Turney. the railroads were still hauling freight ; I
Mr and Mrs. Lyle A. Noland Only when the railroads are financially + 1
1'r last weekend at rates no higher, and in some com Railroads are America's lirellne-.1 I ,

of wkh Orlando Mr. and spent Mrs. A. C. Davis. lower, than when the war began. healthy: can they provide the keeping goods flowing among the 48 4!it> ,, t I
new equipment, improved road bed, platen. day and night in all weather. ,< t' .

For stamp pads", tamp pad Without increased revenues,railroads and better terminal facilities needed ,' ,
d..r.. nnmborrrs .w
Ink. rubber see The stamp TELEGRAPILCONSTIPATION could not meet thorn costs' and alsofor still better service to you. They can continue to do this only if f vl; I

1 provide Improvements in equipment there is a reasonable balance between t.1 _
1I and laCJ tlesimpl'.ovementa.that. are The defense of the nation depends income and outgo. Like yourself, the ,- 'I. 'i'I
I for the low-cost freight and upon tho continuance of the efficient railroads must make ends meet I IWe t r' '

CADICOLDS paeenaerwrviceewhichareneceesary transportation which served tie nation \,' t, ;i

Retained undJ* itM fOOlS 'becomes to Am"I'Ca'. high standard of living. so well in the last war. are publishing this and other ftvertirtementa .:'u r I "

I putrefactive, e uses toxins, which to talk with you at firsthand : .; I
and other vital or. I
Bans overlord of the the body liver lessening your reiiitanra Under them circumstances-and alThe railroad are among the largestemployers about matters which are important F/ : ; I. .
winter Lilaend
to colds with and their other treatment most a year after the last major wage of labor. They buy over to everybody. ,"
tit half the _cost of dilviag : WhY Interfering CaloUbs take this\
take p1e..ntlY act on r ery loot orweptaC Commission recently approved an- I'I
UNION BUS STATION yet out toxto- ?. T.- I ,
Temple Ave. Lacy Conway, Afft. Phone in r your laden intestines putrefactive food and virus- average Increase in freight rates of .. < t
to more
laden mucus enabling< you cola NothInS 17YIO%. ,
avoid or Sight* >
acts like rood old CaJotab&.V*<.* r r s 4
GREYHOUND directed; Sao and:me a*aa druggist Of all the price Increase in America r ,




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MARCH ,...I. .

Ii SOCIETY and CLUBS Mrs. Green HostessAt Local Girl Scouts Pan-American DinnerTo Mrs Stump. Misses Evelyn and I I Silver Tea PlannedThe
; Lillian Stump and Miss Betty Ann
i Bridge LuncheonA Observe Anniversary Be Festive Event Flynn. Woman's

profusion of azaleas gladioli, Of Organization At Woman's ClubMrs. Freddy's birthday cake was iced Mark's Episcopal Auxlllar Church\l
Mrs. Haynes Hostess 'Jr. Woman's Club candytuft and stance, placed at in white and decorated with a tertaln at a silver J)!
The Girl Scouts celebrated the J. W. Klncaid chairman of teddy bear and pastel colored tea '?? 'I1i
To Club MembersMrs. Elects New OfficersThe vantage points throughout the
lower floor, decorated the home of, thirty-fifth aniversary of the Na- the social committee of the Wom- blocks, spelling "Happy Birthdayto day April 10 at 3.30: ?cJott

: O. L. Haynes used artistic Junior Woman's Club held Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green on Wal- tional Organization with a party an's Club of Starke, has announced Freddy". the Church Service C.nttr
arrangements of jonquils in dec- Its regular monthly meeting nut Street Thursday of last week at the Church Service Center on as the outstanding social affair Refreshments of ice cream and

orating her home on Water Street Thursday night, March 8, In the when Mrs. Green was hostess at abridge Wednesday March 12. of next week the Pan American cake were served at five o'clockto Mrs. Frances Parker Qt B.
' Friday when she entertained club building. luncheon. 'I A lovely birthday cake with the Dinner to be given Thursday, the 36 guests present. Favors ton Is the guest of her ,
' members of her bridge club anda After the meeting was called The guests met at eleven o'" inscription 35th Anniversary Girl"Scouts" March 20, at 7:00: o'clock in the were Easter eggs.Winsome In-law and sister, Mr,
at delightful to order the and the was used as the center- club building. aw*
few other guests a by president, clock and enjoyed ,three progressions P. M. Barefoot.
bridge luncheon. club collect given, report were of bridge. At the conclusion piece for the table at refreshment The auditorium will take on a ClassThe I

ii The guests met at twelve o' made by the secretary and treas of the game Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, time served.i when .ice cream and cake fiesta atmosphere with gay senoritas I '..- ,- ., _
were ,
clock and were served a tempting urer. As the club year close was presented with a beautiful in beautiful costumes servingat Winsome Class of the First '-
two course luncheon after which with the month of April, the year Mrs. Edward Burns, leader, reviewed the'tables. The highlight of Baptist Church of Starke will Have
pottery vase for making the high I of the events thatas I
three progresalons of bridge were ly reports were made by the vari- some the evening will be the South I meet tonight, Friday, at 7:30 o'
score and Mrs. O., t. Beasley w I led to the founding of the Girl your
committees.The American portrait
ous floor
enjoyed: show. clock at the home of Mrs, Ralph
given a box of toilet for
soap Scouts by ,Juliette Gordan LoweIn
At the conclusion of the game, nominating committee then making second high. Mrs. C. H. 1912. Tickets for this gala occasion Alvarez. All members are urgedto 0 _madein
cores, which were kept in floral presented the following names as Johns received the consolation ? will be 92.00 per plate, the proceeds be present.
A tableau was presented by nine the familiar8urroundings
officers the 49-
for 47-48.
tallies totaled and Mrs. O. years to be used for the
were library
prize a porcelain lighter.At members of the troop representing -
50: President, Mills Madge Whig- Dinner CommitteeTo
L. Beailey received a box of face fund. For reservations call Mrs.
p Lillian one o'clock the guests were Mrs Lowe and the eight,
Vice Mills
for mak- ham; president, W. R. Morse
powder as her reward at the Red Cross office -
invited Into. the dining room girls who met In Savannah Ga. on Meet TodayMrs. of
ing high for club members. Mrs.J. Stump; Secretary, Mrs. Ted Sun I telephone 39, not later than your own home
where luncheon served buf- March 12, 1912 and the
mons; Treasurer, Mrs.' Guy Sale; vies i iI
M. Smith won high for visitors Tuesday night.
J. W. Kincaid, social chair-
Corresponding Secretary, Miss fet style from a table overlaid first Girl Scout Unit in the U. S.
and was presented with a beauti- Garnlta Hutto. with an exquisite Imported linen I All members of the troop that. The dinner is not only openedfor man of the Starke Woman's Club, .
ful, hand-embroidered guest towel. After the names were approvedand and lace cloth. Centering the were present 'participated in al club members and their hus- has called a meeting of the Pan
i The galloping goose prize, a box bands but for members' friends.
table was a crystal filled pageant depicting the first world American dinner committee for
went to Miss Jean voted on by the club, a social epergne I T. H.
of note
paper hour was enjoyed. 'The hostesses with sprays of galldoll and candy-'conference of Girl Scouting In this afternoon (Friday), at 3:30 Osborne
l Irwin. Mrs J. R. Wainwright, tuft and balanced by burning'I'which 28 countries were repre- Annual Reports; Given o'clock at the O. L. Beasley homeon WRITE
Those enjoying the party with BOX US
Mrs. R. Q. Kldd, and Mr. Free- white tapers in silver holders.) sented. At Woman's Walnut St. All officers of the
Mrs. Haynes were: Mrs. O. L. man Register, Jr., served tempting Candelabra holding white tapers 11 I The Starke troop, which Is spon- ClubThe club and members of the social OR CALL AT

Beasley, Mrs. I. N. Breazeale, Mrs. refreshments. were also placed on the buffet sored by the Woman's Auxiliary regular the committee as listed In the year 1100VEK BEOS. STL'Dl0I
J. W. Kincaid, Mrs. T. H. Slade, I and serving table. lof St. Mark's Episcopal Church book are urged to attend. The
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. J. W Andrews Starke Woman's Club was held
//has 37 members. have meeting is
They Important.
/ Mrs. J. R. Wainwright, Ladies AuxiliaryHas Those enjoying Mrs Green's ticipated in community projects Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: o'- .
Mrs. T. F. Grady and her house Business hospitality were! Mrs. D. A. Mon- such collecting, U.S.O. clock in the club building with
MeetingThe as
guest, Mra. J. C. Irwin and Miss teith and her house guest, Mrs.' and Infantile paper fund cam- the president, Mrs. R. A. Green, ,
Harry of Phoenlxville, Pa.,I Paralysis In the chair, and the
Jean IrwIn of Fort Mammouth, Ladles. Auxiliary of the Stott; and in other treasurer,
N. J., Mrs. J. B. Cottrell of Camp Presbyterian Church met Tues- Mrs. 3. R. Wainwright, Mrs. O. L. I paigns many. com- Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, and secretary -

j Blanding, Mrs. I* D. Vining, :Mrs. day afternoon at 330 o'clock at Haynes, Mrs. C. H. Johns, Mrs. munity The work projects.of the! Girl Scouts is Mrs. W. B. Sewell transacting

R. A. Green, Mrs Green McGriff, the church for a business meet- : F. F. Stump Mrs. I. N. Breazeale,. carried on almost entirely by their respective duties.
yw Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Mrs. J. T. Mrs. J. M. Smith, Mrs. C. H. volunteers and much credit is due- Annual reports of the officers
M. Smith Mrs. J. Ing.In Mra. A. Z. Adkins, NaS-j and committee
Guy. Mrs. J. tho absence of Mrs J. R. worthy /Mrs. Lemuel Colson chairman of chairmen were
R. Kite, and Mrs. F. F. Stump. Kite, president, the newly elected:: E. L. Matthews Mrs. W. the troop committee and Mrs. H. given by Mrs. J. M. Smith, second -

vice-president Mrs. C. F, Ward, Mundy, Mrs. J. R. Kite, Mrs. C. Brown, troop committee mem- .vice-president. Mrs. W. R.
Green McGriff, Mrs. O. L. I I Morse, fourth ,
f Bell-Eagle presided.' Beasleyand ber for maintaining the troop in vice-president, Mrs.
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. Naswortby, treasurer M. I
The members voted to order Starke for the past four years. Mrs. F. I-
Mrs. Ethel Bell of Starke announces one hundred pairs or toe rubbersto There are always inquiries from Brown, finance committee, and .

I4' the approaching marriage sell to make money for the Waldo Eastern StarThe girls too young' to enroll in the Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, membership

a of her daughter, Gloria June, to manse committee. Scouts but who could' be In a committee. Mrs. Smith; also gave 6:0016: TIRES
Charles Arnold Eagle, Jr., son of Prior to adjournment Mrs. Waldo Chapter, Order of Brownie Troop,if a leader couldbe the: report of the Junior Woman's
s Mr. and Mrs. Charles Arnold Ward was elected vice presidentof Eastern Star, will hold its regular secured, Mrs. Burns stated.It Club, a department under the sec
Eagle, Sr., :of Meadow Bridge the auxiliary for the coming meeting Friday night March 14, is hoped that more adults In ond vice-president. Mrs. Jeanette
44 West Virginia. The wedding willS year and Mrs. Guy Andrews' was at 7:30: o'clock. There will be a the community will volunteer so Young's report as librarian, was 14.801'1.US

I be an event of June 8, 1947. elected treasurer special program honoring past that there will be enough Itadersl given by Mrs. Morse. TAX
matrons and past patrons. All Mrs. KIncaid announced the
take in
I and troops to all girls
"+ ? members are requested to be prey who want to Join. I Pan American dinner to be given .
ent, and visiting members are Thursday. March 20, in the club
NEW welcome-Mra. Martha Strickland, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthewsand auditorium, and urged all mem-

''' SHIPMENT W. M., Miss Louise Raulerson, children. spent Saturday aft bers to come and bring their '
Secy. ernoon in Jacksonville. friends. Radio A B Batteries
r J Mrs. Green Introduced Mrs

Maurine Cone, president of the
But OVa Watches Rlbault Club of the Jacksonville 5.95

LAFROM and GENTS r : Beaches, and Mrs. Holt Medlock,
director of District Four of Florida
Federation of Women's Clubs.
,I '2 4. 75;' UP Mrs. Medlock gave an interestingresume ,'
v" --- ----
"" Thanks to those wjifc Intimated the first time in 10 years) with of the work being done
-- by the,, various clubs in her die
that they missed this department his cousin, Lucille Mitchell, and East
'. ,\ :', ;"' 'last week Your kind words trict. mto'Sppply
'' .
If'.. -I i ., are appreciated, but'--you know expressing' h&nself'as amazed at Mrs. T, M.' Oaborne made a brief a\ r I.F t
the talk on Girl and
'" growth and changes in' Starke Scouting express
even the hardiest of us has succumb -
111"; A. 'i : : I ed the need for volunteer workers
since he It last .
"' to that ancient ailment,the saw I
.', : I to assist Mrs. Edward Burns.
Si common cold, every now and then,
lverpLaie1JOLb1ES and last week was my turn Nelle Andrews (Mra. J. W.) hasa I Mrs. Morse, executive secretaryof II Sun. Mon. Tuei
This week it 'is genial "Uncle" new wrinkle .on, flan bait at the local Red Cross, introduced !TAKRL

tilI1 l" .;, & EDWARDS Arch Thomas who is missing from least it's new to me Seems :. two Gray Ladles Mrs. Ernest : March '16 17.18
she catches those wigglesome liz Phillips'and Mrs. B. A. Lienhart. .
his the court-
favorite desk In
Lienhard told how
house, and you know when he ards that are,so prevalent around "GrayLadles"
.. doesn't show up around the /office KIngsley baits her hook with 'em began and told of the
.' he's gotta be feeling mighty, and results. have been excellentto being carried on by this 1,
I. r "",'- II' ',' I date The Adams group. Once each week these
mighty bad In fact, he did family
:0 0' try to make it back too soon, and (Herlong, Norma Jean and John) volunteer workers go to Lake City
1 had a,relapse Sorry to hear moved Tuesday from the Guy Sale and give their services .to the vet-
in the 'e 1
WATCH REPAIRING that Henry Godwin has also beenon house on Madison and will make erans hospital.
the sick list their home, with Dr. Herlong at During the social hour Mrs., L.
A. Davis, chairman, and Mrs. W. 1
his large residence on North Wal-
I Spotted! an' Jotted: The coke nut Hear that Marjorie Davis J. Chufchwell, Mrs. I. N. Breaz ""
eale, and Mrs. Joe Martinez, e .
served -
and Jalopy set Jamming the Ser- had a grand time attending fra-
"Quality Has No Substitute" vice Center on Monday (sometimes ternity functions in Gainesvillelast St.an Patrick ice course motif., carrying out the L-

L'p ,ir Tuesday) nights for the weekend as the guest of .
a dancing classes given by that Buddy Davis While there Marjorie Azaleas attractively arranged,

GEM JEWELRY Co. well-known professor of terpsichore spent Saturday night, with meeting.were used in decorating for this 1 ( ,,

Elmer Allen Gladys the Milton St. Peters, former Call-

"i Mooty nursing a swollen Jaw after streeters .
109 E. Call St. a session with the dentist Freddie Thomson

1 Phone 170 The L. A. Duvlses busy with plans Rotarians have set Thursday, Has Birthday PartyMaster
II for the place they are fixing upon April 24, as the tentative date for
r, Starke Fla.Gfossnms
Grandl Lake Russell the big party that they will give Freddy Thomson 'four-
Eberle putting out displays for to "pay off" the Lake City club year-old son of Mr. and Mra. William
"Whistle", the new orange drink Seems the local Rotes chal- H. Thomson of Lloyd, was
now being bottled In Starke lenged the neighboring club to an the honor guest at a delightful
Madge Middleton showing off her attendance contest and lost! party yesterday afternoon at 3:30:
lovely, recently-acquired opal So now it's up to them to enter- o'clock when his mother enter-

I ring Must be nice to have tain Rotary Anna will be Invited tained !In celebration of his bjrth-
friends who give you things like too, so ,,it should\ be one of day anniversary at the home of C

that, right off their own fingers the gala events of Spring his grandparents Mr. and Mrs.F. fl
Something to look forward to, eh F. Stump, on Walnut Street. a Setn
aril vS' girls? So long See you Mrs. Thomson was assisted in pji Novel by Any

Recommended to diversion seekers In, the next 6,', tiCarolyn. entertaining the young people by prom ih. r.
( ; : "The .tol-on Storv". a tuneful -
tidbit that must contain every Written lor the Screen and Directed by

song Al ever sang except the tear- 2cxCINfUKVrOX JOSEPH j
jerking "Sonny Boy" .' Wonder Now! New! ,, I
CARDS NOW on DISPLAYA why they omitted that 1. Thoseof

you who remember the old Edl- 7111.IttiNOME;

Ions' and those half-Inch thick PERMANENTDeluxe Also Latest "March of Time" & New
', Large Variety For Your Selection records will still have a warm spot

nelis, In'your heart for'Tbe Preacherand Kit with Profestlonol _- ,-- -
the Bear", which was prob-
1 ably one of the first platters you Thurs., March 20 In Person on Our Stag

While They Last ever possessed Well it's re- FtASTlGmm
sm born on the jook boxes now, 3 SHOWS: 4:30 7:30, 9:30
maestroed by Phil Harris) .
Hear it and be transported back to Vodvll
j-l- Big Time
+ ALARM CLOCKS WATCHES your childhood days Add big .
Improvements to Call Street: the
attractive new paint Job on MILLER

Torode's Chevrolet Co., still one MAf.ICl.tf!
ELECTRIC MIXERS 2.95 ot the handsomest buildings in i MASTER

town Horn Permanent mad atUrl( They're round for easier wind.
1 Here's whyThe new TONI ProInar,smoother curLThey're rOibtd RITA KARZAN
L'' RONSON LIGHTERS $6 UP (Congratulation to Joe Martinez fessional Plastic Curlers are big so your hair won't slip.They're Picture
who was the first volunteer worker (50* more curling: surface). n-tuabli, to save you money! The Strobolite
1 4a ArtistProfessor

COFFEE MAKERS to his report Red Cross 100 percent fund solicitation coverageon New Deluxe Kit $2 Rlfill Kit. without curln *1 .

fflm I' Also to Dr. Herlong. the with plastic curlers RegslarKi1,fiber curler. 11M Carl

1 first $100 contributor,. Who'll AU rira rr ee
'F' F. be the next? Louise Snyder Ventriloquist. With

gives a glowing account of the Oswald

Koch practise game between the Cin-
Drug Store cinnati Reds and the Detroit CARPENTER'SYour

Tigers which she witnessed in mWLsJlUMi' KIRK ,ADAMS
l Tampa last Sunday in companyof I
I' 91il> P h'bn' 53 some Gainesville (friends .. REXALL Drug Store MILLER Master Magician And His Dog Revue

i 1 lyl Frank Mitchell (Lakeland) here PHONE 64 STARKE, 'FLA.'
for a brief visit last'.w*kend ,(for = On The Screen Double.atur



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of LOCAL I English tea apron. make beau Mrs A. W. Anderson \
,BITS I tiful giftMr. ... II. L. Hough, Ing today In Jacksonville ipend- returned Mr. and to Mrs.their A.farm S. McKay Law have Boy Scout NewsThe The TKLKUKAPII tttut just rorclvnl I

iH Park Pluw. Charles A. near I new prewar> quality REAL
I Eagle and Harry
tey after a business! trip to Wath
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Davis of Venton of Meadows sixteen members of Starke'a rubber h and s. Plenty otretch
Mrs. W. E. Middleton Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin Bridge W. Ington D. C. Before returning ,
and spent .
I Bethel S. C., are of his Va.. returned to Boy Scout and S n a p and
guests their home home Troop met Monday I.
.Landdaiighter, Miss Marjorie the week-end( in Jacksonville they visited their son and
with uncle and atrongtli. Four sizes at 49o per f fquartl'l'pound
aunt Mr. and Mrs. T. Thursday of last week followinga night In the American
Lton Jacksonville, spent their son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Legion box A real bargain.IF .
of daughter Dr. N. Kendrick visit here
During the past as guests of Miss June Jack McKay (in Durham, N. C. Hall. For this meeting the Scouts !
eekend In Ludowicl, Ga., asL and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza. weekend Mr. and Mrs. Kendrick Bell and Miss Frances Taylor. divided Into three to I
Mrs. A. V. groups study
Long and Mrs. S. T
II of or. Mlddleton's nephew Miss June Harding of Atlanta, and their guests were In Lake W. P. Smith and Mrs. Eldrlilge Dell and grandson, Howe Edward Morse code, knot tying and the YOUR ROOF LEAKS ]

niece Dr. and Mrs. O. D. Ga., will arrive Tuesday to spenda land visiting the Kendricks' ,on.Inlaw Smith were business" visitors in Moredock. of Gainesville were i folding of the Flag, and first aid. WRITE !'

Lton. They returned SU:!.- week here with her parents, and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Palatka Tuesday afternoon. guests of Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and It was decided that members ,,E. S. LABORATORIES :

and :Miss Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Harding. Miss Tolbert Black. They visited In Mrs :J. U Peek left Wednesday Mir. S. E. Brownlee Thursday of I must attend at leant three of the ,

(via Jacksonville I Harding Is with the Western Orlando before returning to for Newton Ga., where she will last week. weekly meetings per month to be HAMPTON, FLA. ,

eton remained at her home Union in Atlanta.. Starke. visit her niece Mrs C. H. lIall.I eligible for Scout hikes and parties ,

\spending two weeks 'here. Mr. and Mrs !. Luther Drewof Mrs. F. J. Shaw has returnedto I Sunday Mrs Peek had as her O"bomfl For wedding, See' portraits see T. II Bert Newcomb paused the FREE ESTIMATES

and Mrs. Jesse Harris of Jacksonville were guests Sun her home here after spending guests her sister, Mr. Floyd Cook ad on page! 4. requirements in Morse code E. T. Material Guaranteed 6 I

onvllle were guests Sunday day afternon of Mr. and Mrs. several days in Miami with Mr. of Lake Worth, and! !Her' brother. I Mrs. Earl Johnsof and son, Holt Shull Scoutmaster announcedthat Years

Ir. and Mrs. Green McGri f. Hans Walker. I Shaw, who Is employed with the Capt. R. R. Otwell of New York. will arrive today from Metter.' Ga.. the Scout Camp would beheld EASY PAYMENT PLAN

i ________.._.._. 1 Hialeah and Flagler race tracks. Brand now Itt>mlnrto.-" .NI. >|IU-IMH- : to spend several weeks with Mr. In May and will cost $9 per -
'' Johnson's _
-- While she Portable .:: mother. MI'II..1_, M scout per week. Ho each
was In Miami the couple typewriter for sale -" -0 "'''0Brownlee. urged \Vr, Krppnwnt rlouthwriitfrurptrolrum

Longer Wear enjoyed a trip to Key! West. Bradford County Telegraph. The apartment they 'member to attend the Camp. 'Company
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade were occuptng In Metter was dam I
Mrs. Mae Edwards Is enjoying a spent
Through Expert Repair two weeks' visit In Daytona Sunday and Monday in Panama aged by fire recently and they __ r
L will remain here while pp pp
Beach with her son and daughter- City on business. repairs are

NEW LIFE FOR OLD SHOES in-law Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Ed Mrs. L. :J. Lewis of Wilmington. being made. Let Us Repaint and I

wards. Del., house guest of her brother. Mrs. J. Fred Guy left Wednesday Repair'I I

BIGGS & BAKER Mrs. J. L. Anderson, Miss Janet in-law and sister. Col. and Mrs.T. for Norfolk Va., to visit her Your Old ,

T. Long, spent the week-end In brother-in-law and, sister, Dr. and
105 W. Call St. Starke Fla. Anderson Mrs. A. W. Anderson
and Mrs. Cecil Talbot spent Thurs Baconton Ga., with her mother, Mrs. B. A. Pope.W.S.CS. {{'e'llflake It Like New I

-- ., -.- -. ---------,-., day of last week In Jacksonville. Mrs. W. T. Jackson. I
While there Mrs. J. L. Andersonwas Friends of Miss Frances Colley To MeetThe J ALSONEW
will be Interested to know that I
her sailor
visiting son Lyle,
if she la recuperating at the home of WSCS of the Methodist & USED BICYCLES
who is under day quarantine
Price .
Meat her mother Church will hold ,
In Ward C-l. Naval Air Station Mrs. Marjorie Colley, its regular business FOR SALE

LOWER due to after spending ten day! In River-' and program meeting at the
.. mumps.Mr. side Hospital, Jacksonville. church Monday afternoon, March I "
and Mrs. J. L. Anderson BIGGS & BAKER ;
Col and Mrs. T. T. Long spent 17, at 3:30: o'clock.
and daughter Janet, were guests
I Good 4-String the weekend at the Ponce de Leon 105 W. CALL ST. STARKE. FLA.
of his brother-in-law and !sister
Hotel In St. Augustine While Recent Births ----- -..-.-----.-.-- -.-.- -.+
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ethredge in
f there they attended the state
ROOMS.Ny Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. meeting of the Fla. National ROBERT MARCH' EDWAUDS i

and Mrs. W. H. Nollman Guard and the festivities markingthe .

were guests at a delightful "fam retirement of Adjutant General Mr. and Mrs. Elbert M. Edwards BEFORE. ,

ily" party last Saturday at the Vivian B. Collins and the appointment of Daytona Beach announce the

!5c each George Washington Hotel in Jack of Gen.' Mark Lance. birth of a son, Robert March "

sonville, given by the Pepsi Cola Brand new Itemlngton Noiseless. born Thursday, Feb. 27 at Halifax Cas .

Only 6 Per Customer Corp. The president and other Portable typewriter for sale. Hospital In Daytona Beach. Mr. \\t W

officials of the company were Bradford County Telegraph. Edward, formerly of Starke Is 'l 0\\1

present, and guests from all parts Representative N. D. Wainwright the son of Mrs. Mae Edwards of

HERMAN'Smoked 1 of Florida as well as other states. Jr., attended the State this city. '{aU'J

42c English: tea apron. make beautiful Convention of lusticen of the MARY JI'LIANNAEKKS:

Sausage gifts. Mrs. II. L. Hough, Peace'and Constables at the Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Weeks of

214 Park 1'1_.'. George Washington Hotel in Jack Tallahassee announce the arrival Let Us Tell rmllow You ..

Mrs. Frieda Deudon returned to sonville Wednesday and Thurs of a daughter, Mary Jullanna on Can Save Time JoreIncon t

SKINLESS Starke this week following a two day of last week Sunday, March 9.
WHITE weeks' visit in Tampa with Mrs. Mrs. C. F. Miller and daughter venience On Financing and Insurance I

I George C. Livingston and Dr. and Mrs. Vera Smith and grandson! Mr. and Mrs. John Crews Law-

BACON WEINERS Mrs. E. O. Mansker. Llnnle Smith en route from St. ley boy, February 27.

Mrs. R. M. Lee and little son, Petersburg to their home in Mr. and Mrs. George W. Par- Every Branch of J

Orangeburg, S. C., arrived Wed rlsh Dukes girl (Linda Gayle).
Bobby of Greenwich, Conn., arrived -
39c nesday for a visit with Mr. Miller's February 27. I
49c- today for an extended visit
brother and INSURANCEH.
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. alster-ln-law Mr. and Mrs. Walter K.: Me-

E. J. Dowling. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Carty, Starke boy (James Earl),, I
BRISKETRound Mr. K. G. Duncan and children. March. .. t
GRADE "A" L. C. Klckllter, of Stuart, Tax .
1 Kaspar and Rose, will
Collector of Martin County, was Margaret Mr. and Mrs. John Aguler, t
spend tomorrow In Gainesville C. WALL AGENCY
STEW the guest of his brother J. F.Klckllter. guests of State's Attorney T. as K.: Starke girl (Nancy Lou), March -
here Monday and Tues 11. !

day. He was attending the Florida Duncan and Mrs. Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan W Stephens Please I Phone 146CLASSIFIED 'I'
G. W. Smith of Columbia S. C..

Steak -. -57c I 32c Jacksonville.Lt.Tax Collector's. convention' In wan Shellte the Hall.guest Wednesday of Mrs. March. Starke 11.Plexiglas. boy (Daniel Guy), I

J. R. Roane, Lt. Hugh Ing II I
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Matthews
ram and Capt. R. Q. Kldd Jr., attended Officials
; the meeting of the National spent TUesday in Jacksonville ,,1,,1'/' ,
Mrs. Lee McDonald of Jacksonville /
Visit Plastics Plant
Guard officers at the 'Ponce De- I
hortening; : 39cilson's was the guegt Sunday of her ,
h Leon Hotel : Sunday Fort YOUR CAR we liar a new flood w'nlt
0 ,' St.'Augustine represented the12.Jth brother and slst r.n'l w-Mr. and Inspection of the Florida Plastics PMlbT'O auto radial Imin.<1UtInnfallntlnn. .. tu :..I.iP1I1j" ora. ALPO real allnpad lttllm I.
morning. They Mrs. J. E. Wilson. plant will be made this weekend All low.* H3 BO.HMKVjiKitn .:, I..C ."a'" ran seed red rlhbnn I t ,
Infantry's Second Battalion.The i and mule mined., ALJK! certified
/ LARD lb. 39callard's Mrs Mattle Gahagan left Sun by several key engineers of Court at MndlHon. street, Htark*. l.nulnlunii' sweet pn.
Laurel Pure I
- local has receivedits t
company day for Bavarian, Ga., to visit relatives the Rohm Haaa Company, Phil 'taco eerit, 1''llf.Ukln, and keen
first which covers the Iru'ktire. Isr. '
payroll AI W> eatlnir potatoes, sand
manufacturers of FOR HALE] Two 700x20
plexl- -
of November. I I adelphia kind. See II. H. Edwards, ,n. t, f I
month Come and be ''fitted for your glaa chief material to be used by 700x111, ; one Fort 700x1 plrk-up truck wheels tire. ;three two box Lie, $Htark. toDON'T

FLOUR' Sibs: 44c spring and miner Rplrrlla garment the local Industry. 000x10 punN0iiir car tire. Then
r. : FOItOKT: ._'.l> ;
u auu-
CAKE SBAKED .*. Girdles, ont-pl_ garments -: Concerning the choice of plexiglas tires:; : I'tIr.'C: ;\l but Sinclair are In Hulk perfect .- non every W..dn..1' !>.' *>M .,

cornets, brassieres. belt. for Florida Plastics, B. H.Nankin Plant tf Ualh..vll ".*'*. V H.r"1
.... Buy or ...ll.. ...:>r' ':'/
25c maternity Karmfnt.-l\lr'I. Frank, production manager and<1 '- I
inesap Eating APPLES 2 ., FOR HAMS! Lot with 100 lootIo..Ia.8 F
"-r Hoover, your Splrrlla Conetlere.' technical engineer, saId yesterday. on Cryntal Lake withlarK .
.loaf.1010. will mrrlnr fur FOR flALtr-S-ronm modern hnuni*. I
Stark. tf that "plexlglai! has found wide, all modern convenient', on lt.t* I
I oa>h. N. U. Walnwrlffht, Jr., Call
KEADY-TO-SEUVE Misses Evelyn and Lillian Stump application In many fields. In tract, Htark. If nytl Ht. Will Hurrlflc for "..1'1. I
See Cecil U. DouKla at Cook'.
I and Miss Lucille Mitchell spent!I some cases It l 18 used, because of Hi or. north of Mlark. tp J-14 I

.P.LuncheonMeat 12' 39c j Sunday In Lloyd as guests of Mr. Its excellent optical qualities LIST YOUR FARM CITY AND

oz. can SPECIALFor and Mrs. W. H. Thomson. They Its perfect transparency, efficient BUSINESS PROPERTY rots I4ALPJ-n..utltlll .tube lo"lt

were accompanied home In the reflection and ability to 'pIpe'light. 61 short wave I'hlh'o, I'on..ole l

3 NO. 2 CANS( Weddings. Birthdays, afternoon by Mrs. Thomson and In other! It Is used because t r.dlo-"hono.n-In. cunr..rl pURh.b.lton."..k..... Chaneerpatty. tuning. ',

etc. lion, Freddy, and daughter Mar of Its. dimensional stability and SrROU'r III::;LN S U of "aht"" II rerorils ph'n."lrla, and Aaa r..1t"h"01 pl..k.

en Valley June PEAS - 39c LAPPE BAKERY jorie Ellen, who are spending the reactance. to weathering. Other .,........ ......t..... ., roes- "1>-hO r"no'd wears ales playa
week here with Mrs. Thomlan'sparents application! take advantage of I i i tee property.tee wade .".pfIJMMI 83 t.a.,,tranerriStlona. a .Ildee nut .
I ..,.... for "y Inadiog.. J.lk. n.W. S
..---"-- Mr. and Mr. F. a-'. I the permanence of Its electrical "........c.. 11..,.*ol... It.meeFum.from all ever *>the tranRnll''h.. inni. Me.. A, w, 1
Stump. Insulating/ qualities which are World Fr... tern ll.tlnot. Any Anderson I'M. Jr., 400 Mabel Ht.. Frl"It.' 1 .

Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and children practically unaffected by weathering A.STROUT R.\: JTY AGENCY;

SPECIALS SPECIALS SPECIALS and Mrs. W tf.: Graham or water Immersion. Still Represented Laically lljr Iron HAf.r!:"- Sl. room hniine. Alan I

S spent Wednesday in Jacknonvllle .1 others require Its high Impact F. C. HOI.I.INO.SWOIITII furniture Aluo Horn. Indlerlothlnff .
with Mrs. Walnwrlght's brother- strength and other mechanical 110 Ho. Walnut St. It A. Week,SO.Wait Iniliilr"South' Mre 8f.

BABY We Have A in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. : cliaracterlsticH Mont applications Htark tip: 1llFelt

WashBoards A. I. Spencer. I make use. of its superior
MATTRKHSK8: : of all kind' '."0. ,
Amountof Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Montelth fabricating or molding proper vatftd; fiimltur, / ijphi>ltrtf .ndretlnl.hed Plymouth.HAr.K 11)42 Mpiirliil 1 1I.u.
A and Hauler. 5;*-
High ChairsLarge and their house guests, Mr. and ties. It I I" for these reasons. that lirop ti* a. c.d.IIAIt'rISIIH Ins,. ri.lnt| t'omllllon. He* Mr., A. l>.
Mrs. Henry Stott of Phoenlxvllle, Florida Plastics has decided] on 110 Palaika, Fla.. ifINHIIRAN't Knchnrlu, l.nke llullor. Fl.. lip, ,

Pa., are spending thla week In this. particular plastic." HALKKMAN' : WANTED. rAr.. you
Key West. Plexiglas! / U famed all the "bom !)'-I writ. all lines; tire. looklim for better work n it >l
Hijtomohll. liability and llf.. Inrxer Income. A .
Floor Space ]LAnd [ Mac McGriff. a student at the ber nose. plastic" because of Its H*. ni. fur your liiMiiranc n*.d*. available for ItawlfilKh you If bulnneal yoii-
N. D. Walnwrla-ht. Jr.. Ill fca! .t can t
University of Florida In Gainesville service during the war an sturdy, itiullfy.| A p Mlal card refluent
fall: street I'hun 104. tr will hrlna
Are Fully spent the weekend here! with ,r transparent enclosures on bomb- without ohllvatlon.yuu full You details then I I
his Mr. Vnd Mrs. Green I ."..Iv and d..itlile Writ.
parents, Ing planes.! VOlt BAMS' -'-,,*,'>onn. noim. HWc ftitwlitlKhn. -
STOCKEDWITH McGriff. Hinkln said that there Is almost r. H. Bay $t., Hiark.. fe.:.f>*llnt phl4' Tenn.. Hepi. -FAC ttl-ltt Mem-
E condition occu .."* until
A Mrs. Henry Manassa. returned 110 limit to the designs cnlly. Attractive, cunv.nIat -
Sunday after spending two week which can be executed In sheet lot. For l Information: ; writ I FOR HAI.K-On* now and 1 pine I
('. J .Dvlln. Ill ('yprece. tJaln..- Alit on. Rood Jersey cow, to
HUGEDISPLAY In Lakeland with her brother-in- plexlulas. It can be sawed, drilled vlll. or 11. 143IJ. If freehen anon. He** f. t*. ldin- I
$5.95 law and sister Dr. and Mm. D. machined, routed and swaged.It bauvh, Hampton Fla, lipA..UOSI'.tI..1

Paul Bird. can also. be formed to almost ,011)1,000 A.MBIUCANH CAN'T III!! .
I Win run and t...", uni
Reduced From Mr. and Mr*. Oils Wiggins and I any curvature while It Is hot Yes, over I.ODO.orio AincrU-an have form; color Mchemeii; your ma., I
Special I 29c children ,are spending today. In '1220 degrees to 300 degree Faren- thought It over and d.cl..d to lorlul mad. up It iteilred. Mr*. t'
9.95 To Select Your err. In th. United Htui* Army II. I. Hou.h, 114 Park flue. It .
Jacksonville. helt). After cooling to room -th* new peacetime Army. Why .
Selection of Several Needs Mrs. M. F. Brown and children temperature plexlgla will retain llnvau of the high "..". and tbarhanu
to *'iv''a money. 1I..u. of FOR SALE
Different Colors Limited Supply Marcus l and Florence and Mr. and the curvature. free food and .lotfclnir.. HHVIIUIH of I
In Furniture I Mra. Clifton Brown and daughter, travel and adventure In far-off. .
S land. II."...** of the finest medical LATRINES
Miss Marian Brown, spent Friday New Bottling Plant and denial care, 1I..u.. of
In Tallahassee a* guests of Dr. sNow the sports and rvrratlon oppor-
Slightly Used Platform Large Shipment In Production ttmltlee.leruue/ of the MatJitfao- MESS HALLS i
and MM. Wilmot Brown. .
lion In helplniff' Uncle Ham keep r
Mr. and Mr. G. P. Dover of the pear, llwfatie of .the retiremenr Recreation Building! f
and the I .... .. K..
WoodRanges JOH. Rabeck'a Cllquot Club bottling pay 'lIy.
DressersROCKERS A Hlbblng. Minn., arrived Monday, member; Over 1,000,000able/ l Am..,. 16 X 16 HUTMENTS
for a visit 'with Mr. and Mrs. F. plant went Into production loan have ijuahfled/! llo to your !
this week and 61 cases of thecompany' neureet Army Itecriiltlna $tarlonfor .
F. Flume. full dntall rte: I'ot"rric* axe
For home portrait. see T. HOabnrne. orange drink. "Whla- I llldir, 1I..lh..III., ,,'111. 1X6X4 1SIIKLVINO .

I 5.95 !M4ad on DtMw 4 ,j, tln". was turned out before a WANTPr> To graft W M f'' ,
i your pecan
Just Arrived Bruce Davis. and Buddy Parker I|I minor breakdown In the bottle and perelmnum tree, lioy Kalrh ... .
Hampton. 2.211
forced of acp
of Arcadia the first washer suspension activities -
were guests
Square :Mirrors. Select One of These of the week of Mr. and l\fre. E. until repair. could be ef von ""......-f'oolcrnlor. Ion |lb rapacity fA\' 1TO1tIF1KTOILET : "
Walnut Finish M. Davui. fected. It wa believed that pro- Oood ron-lltlon. llnod bur .'
FINE I!I for |30. A1X0 fllierboarii wurrlrob FIXTL'BK.S I
resumed "
ductlon would be today.
199 E Mr. and Mrs.. William Baggott' .. large else, III. Tommy Atlaway -
WE HAVE JACOB STOVES of Shreveport. La., arrived today i, The plant, which has. a capacity second hoUMe on rlicht' peat .:

ODD BEDS For Your KitchenIT'S for a visit with Mr*. E. L. Blgga.Slr > of one crate of 7-ounce bottle cattl nap take Cltx Illchway.Up. SEE JItsov .

TO Beautifully Designed Doris H. Blackwell at- I drink per minute will be under
1 the management of Herbert Mor- I FOR CALM-T.hle, tore. nil ran... II
tended the funeral of her father :,1 I burner. 131 North Cherry afreet, < ,\IP Ul.\NUIiNO. "'L.\. I .
DO BETTER AT Robert T. Hcagy, of Archer there rUon. Russell Eberle has beenI Btark lip "
named dale manager, Mr. Ra-
Wednesday. Mr. Ifcutry died Sat- FOR' RRNT: -On* I..r.. newlyfur.nl.hed I iron email I FrlrliUIr
beck said AImm'I':;; : : : I iISIS I,
urday In a Jacksonville Hospital esreptlonallr nlr bedroom ; '" sip Vrlirlilalr
All soon aa the present quota of with private bath fl.auty- |M>; 2-plu. inaplo living room'
FURNITURE CO. and the final rite were held In reat matrree. Mr*. McOrlff. 307 kulto* IJ7.0 each; '-fou W*....
IOHN H. DENMARK the Archer Presbyttrlan Church orange drink U completed the K., C.II HI. Its Inchau. lctrla drink box IU1 '

the Rev)(,. M. Reynolds offlclatng. plant will start bottling ginger ale FOR HALRAt Ijtwleyi 4 hadriMmoua 1 American vvltr' meat S Iroa*ll.*and r 9'J3i steel 1 ( reach

STARKEr FLA.. He wax a proralneat merchant and, other drink In the Cllquotline. with t bath, double ....- nip; 1129 lira Ynvy tar 4
PHONE 151 of Archer and former Mr. lUbeck nay that be hat ..*. Clou. to church* and .'h...... paiilln; hand meat .leaf til.** 1
a HeaeonabU. Mre. ;
Joyce Fuli-h. tAM KO8UNUBKU A ON. Stark 41
po.tmUt4Ir. order for all IM can produce Lawtey, Fla. lip II

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. . . pent Thursday, and Friday of las Spare Sugar Stamp . . 5555Brooker here Saturday. out of the windows.I Studies Dive

week with friends here. Mrs. L. R. Waters and, ion! 11. went to Sioux City to get a Bom6ifl1.

I Hampton Archie G. EUand and Edward Good For 10 Pounds J., of Alachua, were vUtltiag Mrs.T. permanent wave. I had not been Arthur W, Swanbom, ,
W. Markey Monday.Mr. there for a couple of months andIt A\'jtl.,
Saxon left on Thursday of las Machlninsfs Mate
Beginning April i-c
Ily Mrs. M. C. Stuwnry, By Mrs. T. W. Markey usX
and Mrs Luther Sowell how much
week for Mobile, Ala., where they was fun. I recall
. of Mrs. W. R. Swanbom
. . .
expect to reenter the Merchant The office of temporary'' controls were shopping in Gaipeaville fun I used to have on Saturday n' 4e
i MANY ATTEND BAPTISMA Marine service. In Washington, D. C., an- WILLIAM MALCOLM HAKRELL Thursday of last week. going to Starke. I would take tey, Is serving with the \ .
y Mr. and ,Mrs. Malcolm Harrellare of Church' check in to the bank and Mr. Training Unit at the lackstj
large crowd from Hampton Apron for every apron need! nounced Monday that spare stamp Ladles the Baptist my ,
11 attended Baptismal Rltea at the Mrs. II. L. Hough, 21I' k No. 11 in OPA family ration announcing the birth of a son, Womans Missionary/ Society met Hernwall always had a cheery Naval Air Station The unit
Gospel; Tabernacle in Starke Sun Place, Starkp. books will become good for 10 William Malcolm, born March eat at the church Wednesday after word. Every place I went I talk- poaed of 50 officers and M

day afternoon to witness il\ local The Rev. Wilbert Hall and fam- pounds of sugar on April 1. Alachua County Hospital In noon of last week for a special ed to people and some had enjoyed listed men trains student 21 5".1,
candidates from the Hampton Validation of the 10-poun Gainesville. program which was enjoyed by reading my column. I had such In the latest phases
had recent C. T. Hall or
Ily as guest
Several nice visits at the Charley Johns !dh!I,
First Christian Church receive the large group present.
will mark OPA'a changeover bombing:
and sons of Jacksonville. Mr. and stamp Mrs. Bill Big-ham and two small
home and I cherish all those mem-'
their Baptism. The Rev. Fred visitors were noted.
Mrs.. W. E. Allen of Tallahassee; from the 5-pound ration pro-
children and Mrs. Harrell
S. Dodd and the Rev. M. B. Miller Guy ories. Some day God, please let i -
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Sessions and cedure for household users. The were In Gainesville Saturday.Mr. Pitt Baxter spent part of this
7 officiated. daughter, Ernestine, of St. Marks; current stamp No. S3: good for week at New River where he is me" come back. Fresh stock of excellent .h,
and Mrs. I A. Mints and
44 Mrs. Edna Dudley, a teacher In 1m. D. Allen and family of Palatka; five pounds, jtvlll\xplre March 81. two children and* Miss ElouiseOalney employed.Mr. I have lots of letters. Quite a writer ribbons at THE': ,
f:t4 h the Hampton school's intermediate and Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Hall of Stamp No. 11 will ge good the and Mra Pascoe Mott and stack from my school children. GRAPH. Only 60o each ff
of Jacksonville
t' department, was summoned unexpectedly Waldo. through September 30 but OPJ. spent baby, of Valdosta Ga., were visit. Lorene Fields, Hazel Osteen, Mar- makes typewriters and un
here with Mr and Mrs.L.
y'' to her home In Newberry< for 10 ing Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mott recently garette Wilkln on, Mildred Man- machines.
Mrs. George Williams and Mrs said a stamp good R. .
Jaot: week due to the critical Illness validated 1 Galney. ning, Geraldine Carter, Ella Mae
will be
H. B. Wiggins were shopping in pounds July
i of her brother, Ralph Dud- Gainesville providing sugar imports meet ex- Apron for every apron need.] J'' 'ss Ivamae Lew-la of Starke Osteen Lorene Padgett, Lillian I --
ley. During her absence, Mrs. Monday. Mra. II. L. Hough. 214 Park Place, spent the weekend here with her Howell Shirley Carter and Shirley .
N1 Dorothy EUand Is proving Pn efficient Mrs. D. W. Johnson and little peotatlons. Starke. parent. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis. Moslev. They all are so happy I
j 4rj substitute. I granddaughter, Glenda Vining, OPA officials said It Is possible Leslie Green, accompanied< by Mrs. Lloyd Barry and Mrs. Vera and love their teachers and each I IIIG
ITis. Ann R. Guy hag returned spent last week in Orlando with that still another 10 pounds, bring- his three children, and Mr. and I Allen were shopping In Gainesville other. Joy Wilkinson goes this ::::::

l to her home here after visiting: ( I ;Mr, and: Mrs. James Broome. Ing the year's total for household .Mrs T. W. Markey spent Sunday Tuesday afternoon! year to Baldwin, is cheer leader

a relatives in Gainesville, Fruitland I Mra. Clarence AJklna, Jean Ad- able users September to 35, may 30.be made avail- with, Mr. and Mr.. Rurel Dukes< I I . . . and doing fine. I have word that
4 Park and Lake City. kins and Middleton Prevatt attended at Dukes. Robert Nolan passed away. He 4- H1JSTART

Mrs. Lynn Hall of Dashet, Ga.? the Jenkins-Bagget wed- OPA emphasized that new Mr. and Mrs. Emory Johns of Clay HillBy was a well-to-do and prominent -
ding ut the First Presbyterian tamps being validated include New River were visiting friends rancher and timber man. I 'am

Church in Galneavllle Friday of sugar for both regular home and here Sunday afternoon Lura Burgess Mohr sorry. One of my former pupils THE
JUST RECEIVEDA last week. canning use. No separate stamps Mrs. Bill Plummer and daugh- Ponca Neb. Mrs. Ida Mae Collier has a new BALL
Miss Mabel Green, who spent will be Issued for canning. Last tA... Pat, with Mrs. M. F. Hazen, 1 . . . baby boy. She was a brilliant ROLLING TO HEALTH

Carload Of. some time in Miami returned to year household user got .10! of Starke, was visiting their By Laura Burgess Mohr student and beautiful girl. Jack BY BOWLING
her home her last week. pounds of sugar for regular use mother Mrs. John Cone, here Sat. Ponce, Neb. Wilkinson has leased the turpen-
and 19( for home canning.Boatdrain. urday afternoon. '" tine at "Fiftone" and Win-
Full-O-Pep Stock Mr. and Mrs. Charles Runge Mrs. Vera Allen and Mrs. T. W. Wherein I meditate on h o wbrief camp OUR ALLEYS ARE
ton Parrlsh has moved there to
and Mra. Mattle Thompson of . . . life Is sand dream of loved
weekend Markey attended the shower < be manager. I wish them much SMOOTH AS
Macclenny were guestsof GLASS
Feeds Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wigginsand given in honor of.Mr. and Mrs. scenes no far away and loved success. I have letters from Harry
1. Dredln Hines at La,Crosse school friendN. Moaley and wife of Zephyrhllls a
Mr, and Mrs. George Williams. .
9 GOND/l/ONI'OUR By 1\11'11. Z. Z. Grlffls Friday afternoon of .last week. "Hold fast my hand, r :former pupil of Clay Hill. He is

t ? ZXOODSOIVSftetft I Mrs. Merle Chapman and Infant . . . Mr.their and home Mrs.in Hlne a' disastrous"* recently fire.lost "All whom I have known and working. for the Hercules PowderCo. STARKEBowling
daughter, Diane La Verne, loved. has a house in the companyand
i i iy Mrs. Jordan and daughter Mrs. Paul Stewart spent Satur-
Maggie his own furniture. I' love to
returned from the hospital I cannot
on Sunday "Surely come to so
' y 1iJ, /// ers6'r in Gainesville, and with Mr. Fannie, of Jacksonville and day In Starke visiting relatives. much grief hear of two raises in pay. He
Virginia, and Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Mr. and Mrs. William :pukes .drives a truck. I shall be think- AlleyTemple
'r Chapman, are for the present lo- "Down life's avenue of time so
Ml-O-PEP of were and children of Dukes were VisitIng -
Underhill Virginia of
? cated at the home of Mr. and Mrs. brief ing you all, loving you. Hold
of Mrs. Jordan's slster-in- Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Dukes of :
Roy Roark. guests "To that appointed end fast my hand, Is the poem I wrote
Mrs. Woodrow Hicks spent the law Mrs. Mary Brown, here last New River and in Brooker Saturday "Hold fast my hand." .above. God bless you all. Ave. Starke, Fk
week. tMra. : -Lura.I .

.ef Mr. and Mrs Brady Pearce of; Lee Green and daughter, Time marches on, and I have I _."_ '___ .' __._.__
Brooker were visiting at the bedside Marie, of Gainesville",,. were here been In this state ten months to-
of her brother, Alfred Friday afternoon of last week day. At night when I want to
Thomas, here Sunday. visiting friends and relatives. Mrs be happy and go to sleep, I picture r

Mrs. Lou Bush of Jacksonville Rosa Plnholster accompanied in mind Clay Hill school aa f
In this them home and spent the week- I last saw it in the setting sun.
was visiting relatives com- "TH13 ATLANTIC '
: last week. She was accompanied end. The winding sandy road I loved t
f : munity home by her sister, Mrs. Jewel Eddy of Louise! madea and walked so many times The ,, ,.a, TASTED ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD

Promote Easy Farrowing, RR Mr.. Mary Brown. business trip here Wednesdayof tall pines that sang me a lullaby.
last week. I was so happy there after my
Big Litters and Plenty Mrs. Ernest Allen of Bethel was Vance Russ, T. W. Markey, Ki- months In service I found peace
HOWDY FOLKS visiting relatives and friends here bert Mott and James Atkinson" and quiet and the children that The Premium Seer i

4 of Milk for Pigs- k. Now's the time for muffler" Monday. enjoyed a fishing trip to Santa loved me, and whom I loved to .t thft Popul.rPnc. ,t,
and a lot of them would do The Rev. and Mrs. William fa Lake Wednesday afternoon of teach. I feel a calmness and can a rAt
BUILDING big litters of more<<; good If worn above the Webb and baby, of Green Cove lest week. go to sleep. My days here are ; LAN IC = f
pigs begins chin. Springs, were visiting Boaldraln Mrs. Pitt Baxter.-Mr. and Mrs. 'peaceful and I have begun to feel I ..
before the pigs are e Church Sunday where Brother T. W. Markey and John Wl.llam more at home. I have been knit- 1 .:.
farrowed. You get resultsin A man bought a cigar ,and Webb delivered the morning mes Green were shopping in Gainesville ting an afghan of blue wool In F N No Efi? __

a hurry when you condi- started to light It. sage. Monday afternoon.. two shades. It la about finished.I Pull of Oood C'heer't t b

tion sows with FulOPepPlgNSow "))Idn'" you notice the alp f" I Several localltes assisted in Or- Mr. and Mrs., J. 1(.. Douglas have bought vegetable gar- h

Feed. .This'\'I.. asked the salesgirl. ganizing a Sunday school for the spent Monday morning In Starke. den seeds./ At present there is J
t ;tamin-rich feed for BOWS, "Whatl" exploded the :customer. Gadan church at McRae Sunday.; Mr and Mrs.. Coon Tyler, who snow Olthe. ground and It is .t w 4rr. y
promotes health easy far- I I .;'{You"nell,elgara l. .tietya, Ralph, Thomas ofti e,State have spent several months In. Orlando frozen. -There are a few sparrows

+ '' 1 r .rowing! lots of milk an4 but prohibit, ...smoking: ..r Farm' was visiting his 'brotherinlaw returned to their home and/:pigeons! that I watch .... _r..r.rr afro ... ..
u I '4 ,big litters. Feed Ful-O-Pep 'The nal..glrl smiled 'sweoUps.. .and sister, .Mr. and Mis. Lee ] ---
Pig-N-Sow Feed in equal'parts \ "We also neU-bath.toweIv.if: !! Grlffia, Saturday.
i '
with whole oats be- Mr. and Mrs. Phil Brown of
ginning even ,Mothert' "I hope your'room. Starke and Carl Brown of Heil-

before the sowsvectored,1'and mate at the training school_ bronn Spring were visiting their BRING YOUR FORD|
a nice boy Robert. grandmother, Mrs. Mary Brown,
continuing On'through' u Son "Judge for yourself.. Saturday.
Mom. The other night he barked -
until i Luther and Arnold Grlffia were
hue skins on a chair la the
the pigs are' business visitors to Galnesvlllaifonday.
dark and I heard him say, 'Oh .
weaned.'See the perversity of Inanimate objects .
us today for ?! ". Don't forget the services at .
a 1 your supply. Boatdraln Church each Sunday "back home !1"'

You'll be saying nice things :morning and evening at 11 and J
We Also Carry A too about the prompt and _eco ,'i'::30. Prayer service la held every .
P nomical service we give our Tuesday night at 7:30: and visitorsare

High Quality Line customers from '7 a. m. to 11 welcome to all services. % .

p. m. each day. Give ux a
S S. .
t of Hardware and trial.


Farm Implements Washing Polishing Dy The School
. . .

Temple & Lake E. A. Sapp spent Wednesday In a !

.Farmers Supply Service Station Lake City on business. -
W. R. Williams of Lake Butler 1

MIKE MARUCA Owner Phone 179 was the guest of Mr. and Mrs N pp
S. L. Crews Sunday. ce 3 lsfn :
k' -- ---I C. K. Andrews and P. T). Reddish vLci% '
were business visitors to
W -
; l' ft--------- 1iI: I I Alachua Friday of last week.

CANNON children Mr. and of Mrs.Starke Guy were Andrews visiting and M
Jr.. and Mrs. O. W. Andrews '
Thursday of last week.

L' Friday & Saturday Only Albert Surrency of Brooker was r 1
visiting Mr. and Mrs O. W. Andrews -
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.. T TT .
-- -- Friday of last week.

Mra. Ada Kelly and Sons, Her-

'x, Ga. Smoked BACON, lb. .59 bert> Sammy and Coolidge, oftaiford.
were visiting Mr.and
Mrs Jay Moody Sunday.Mr. e
and Mrs. Wilbert Mann and
Old-Fashioned CHEESE, lb. .58 daughter Marlon Kay, of Ocala,

were here Sunday an guests of'
Mr and Mrs. M. 1. Johns. .' *'-t%I .?->'::'*- **' P o
NO. 2 CANFancy Mrs. Brady Sweat and daughterof 1

Ralfard were guests of Mr. and
TOMATO JUICE .11 Mr*. D. J. Nettles Sunday. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Moody were pP
hosts recently to a group of
friends At a fish fry on the Okla-

? APPLE SAUCE, No. 2 Can .18 waha. J.river.R. Turner. was visiting St.

Petersburg Friday of last week. 1
12 OZ. JAU The time of prayer meeting at p
i Long Bridge Christian Church has .r.t.1 .
Pleezing PEANUT BUTTER .13 'been changed from Thursday to 9e,,\i pod\n S4ulp" ", ."t-
Friday nights at 730. EveryoneIs with r19Out ..t.pt
e tpOls
welcome. Sunday school Is 0" cue "' de 0 I
held at the church .or" : SP.f.: hot 01' ;
:Sunday tt.t.
every "
11 OZ. JARFarm .
afternoon at 3 o'clock. lora m ow .,our tor l fofd pO d \oto"g.. \0g doe .,0" _

RELISH W' G."u"tO" mosey_a 0'4 ,
Style .10 FUTURE
weekend with Mr. Hicks who Is IN YOUR ,

ter at present stationed In Croveland
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kelley and \to <
INDEPENDENT daughter Helen of New River

Safety MATCHES, 3 Pkgs. .25 were Cyril Adkins visiting Pickren and Mr.family of and Galneavllle Mra.Sunday.Gerald ESTIMATES FREE- VSE OUR BUDGET PLAN = ;

pent several days last week with

d The Friendliest Store In Town friends:Mrs. Wiley here. Williamson and chU- ANDREWS MOTOR COMPANYPhone

dren have been spending several
days with relatives at Welborn. 118
Starke.n ,

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on subject, "Ye Call Me --
(1 Time ter", John 6115.: 'Holy Name Society' apartments that are not maintained -
[Christian Church The In firet-cianS condition, "We Communications Men
Lenten season la very 1m- Organized Here By Giic;
pressibe and all have applicants from the flight Needed In GuardSix
I. Christian Church of and St. Edwards your +,
First friends of the church Bhoul.l avail Group j personnel of Ct'1FI'ld\ ," he said
't announced the assignment themselves of "who' will live here when available non-eom appointments In the
full time pastor, The Rev. Lenten and Easter some services.part In the At a recent meeting In St. Edward's RED CROSS facilities are moro desirable National Guard Company have
Dixon of Jacksonville, this Rectory, a local branch of can carry on. and attractive." been announced headed! by the
Now that the Church has The choir will render special the Holy Name Society was form m r ,srssrrrnnsnnssrmaMARCH promotion of Thomas. C. Hajten
About fifth I 1
one<< of
Liter minister. worship servwill Easter music, and extra practicesare I ed. The total membership of the inquiries now j from .stuff to first sergeant.
1944! j
BRADFORD COUNTY RED CROSS DRIVEl received by the C of C are from |
being held
for Holy Name
i be held every Sunday at weekly the cantata Society In the United GOES OVER THE TOP!! civilians. Others. are Albert Leo Crosby,
,'.w.k, A. M. and 7:30: o'- that will be presented.At States Is more than three million, from staff to technical
the evening service with 1943! BRADFORD COUNTY RAISES $15,000.00 FOR
the branches
1TIle subject Sundayng pastor in
j p Robert W. Drake, from sergeantto
will speak on "Holy Boldness"The AMERICAN RED CROSS! Senator Johns
-Excuses" The even- every parish throughout the coun; staff sergeant; John H. Griffin !
t ppl> Is "Three Crosses of Junior Choir la rendering very try. This society originated In I MARCH 1946! Bradford County raises $4000.00 on an $11000 00 Endorses Plan For from sergeant to staff sergeant I
iry good music each Sunday at the Europe in the thirteenth century. quota for the American Red Cross. ; Joseph T. Kirkland, from I

,., 8choil Is held each Sunday evening hour. The primary objective of the Holy March 19IT and Starke and Brntlford county begin to feel the 'White Primary'Endorsement sergeant to staff sergeant; Mer- I J :1

ng at 10 o'clock and Prayers The Methodist Church and 1 Its Name Society Is the personal antlficatlon downward swing. Money Is not as plentiful as heretofore. The man of the Mathewa' rill Edwards from corporal to : ,
., doy nights at 7:80: o'clock : Prayer Meeting each Wednesday I the promotion of honor and respect yet his problems are just as many If not more than when he was In "White Primary" bill by Stat I Instructor Norbert S a y mzack I '
evening at 7:30: o'clock Come! and for the Holy Name Senator K Johns
Invited toll Each/ Charley was revealed
is cordially When stated that I
public learn of church we as a county accept the Charter obligations/ If a the unit now haw
your and Its member pledges
services activities himself against t Sunday In result of nn
I \ Red Crosa'chnpter we promlnn two Important things 1. To provide twelve enlisted men and three officers.
perjury, blasphemy t
profanity and ,food and Associated Pleas poll of the! I Twenty non-com
obscene speech.Formal shelter in time of disaster.! 2. To provide help to the serviceman positions
thodist Church the veterans State's legislators It wan .stated are available The company headquarters I
At The Tabernacle initiation into this So- their families. The need to fulfill the first i .I of the
clety will be held on 'obligation hAS fortunately never come however the second that Johns was the only respondIng second battalion
Friday even- obligation 121th
March 16, the fourth Infantry Is particularly in
nilay in Lent, will be observed The service Friday night was{ Ing March '21 at 8 P. 1\[. In St. has been with us for. several years and will continue to be with lawmaker to indicate outspoken need of men with experience In
? First Methodist ,Churchthe one of unusual interest to the Edwards. Church. The Officers us for many months to rente support of the proposed radio and other communication t
ie Tabernacle group, though the elected are President, Thomas The average reaction to this In that measure. i
the Rev. W. J, the war la over, we're not work, truck driving and. battalion
pastor "Musical Betts", scheduled for Gunners; Treasurer, Bates While the did 11
Ogden ; making much money anymore, the men are home and can look after announcement not supply.
.hwell preaching at 11 a. m., the evening, failed to arrive. The Secretary Albert Kruse; Marshal their families. Yet the man we worked so hard to help In 1944 was disclose the exact number of HO-| The recently-activated unit has

first part of the meeting was given Philip Manassa; Spiritual I 'someone else's son or husband and the man who needs ons represented in the poll, the received uniforms, field desks,
over to a service, with Director, Rev. John O'Dowd. help now IK total short of
song Bradford was given an a majority mean supplies and pioneeringequipment. t
your own
County 8(>n. In September 194.1'
some special numbers Interspersed Services through Easter at St. Red Cross in with many refraining from .
NOW 10 61F QUICX conducted by Rev. B. F. Hitch Edward's are announced as follows Bradford County handled 297 cases for service men and their dependents committment on the Issue. ,

(Rolf FROM PAINFUi cock, concluding with a duet by : did for their children when they were sick, helped the wife Dissenting; replies, according to Gas Felt .
IWcoiD MISERIES Rev. and Mrs. Hitchcock after Sunday Mass 10 a. m. until her army allowance came thru. Every emergency that can hap- tile wire service ranged from the j

CIT 666 NOW I which Dr. Hitchcock presented another Sunday School 11 a, m. pen to people away from home has been handled by this office In statement of Senator W O. By Local Cafes II I

,_ m n sau.ou, of his unique Gospel mes- Dally Mass 8:30: a. m September 1946, with things supposedly hack to normal and the war Walker Daytona Beach, that "1 I j I
ICOIIPIIMMTIHS sages in crayon, effectively emphasized Evening Devotions ,- Friday over Red Cross In Bradford County handled 136 cases and over three- i con conceive of no greater catastrophe A prolonged spell of late cold,
('CM.UU OHlV Aft DIMCIfO with colored' lights, anda 7:30: p. m. fourths of them directly concerned a Bradford County man or hla to good government and I breaking up what otherwise had
been a mild winter effected
beautiful descriptive solo: "I family. Does clean elections than Senator a t
; ha have
to to Red
go auk What
you about the
shortage of last week
Know Name", ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL gas r .
County Service Officer! Mathews' plan, to that of Representative -
Can't he help them? Yes he
Williamson The Christ For Youth Programon can help the ex- Harold L. Gilmore and briefly closed two restaurants I
Saturday night was short and Sunday School 10 a. m. service man. He can fill out all necessary forms, he can answer Suwannee who Indicatedthat Various. homes also sent a hurry
County i.1.1
Electric Service peppy BO that other speakers'. Morning prayer and sermon 11 many question, he can help get him employment, but while he waits he personally favored a white call to the Gainesville Gas Company 1
'a. m, for those forma while he waits when Individual tanks were j
might be heard. Again the congregation to be employed who Is feeding his Democratic primary, but did! not
handdrawn illustration Friday: Litany and Instruction wife and children? To a man with a emptied.
enjoyed a desperately nick child'" and no believe that the Mathews plan
Electrical Repairsand and song; "Throw Out 7:30: p. m. funds. Red Cross Is the only hope. would be workable The shortage was attributed to I
Rev. S. W. Creasey, minister In abnormal. demands the
House Wiring The Life Line," b y Rev. Hitch- charge. At near by Green Cove Springs we have B Navy installation./ West Florida Representative J. country, causing throughout a temporary I I

cock.Col. Quite a few of those men and l their families live In Starke and flrad- Ed Stokes, Buy County, quoted a rationing of the fuel. Hill's Restaurant
[FREE ESTIMATES F. J. Miles, noted Bible! ford County. '
They pay rent buy groceries and, generally contribute U. S. Supreme Court decision was closed for four hours
Teacher, recently returned from Youth To Youth". to the well being of our community. And holding that negroes are you can say that the Navy Sunday, as was Milky Way,
pie& Lake Service Sta. European Countries had arrived Sunday was another day of Takes Care Of Its Own. It does. However In both the Army and the franchise! and. believed that which uses the same unit. The,
and was introduced, and made a blessing In which four services at the polls. would be
Navy set-up !la the recognized fact that It will take segregation Solace Grill likewise was unable .
hone 179 Starke Fla short address to the youth groupon were held. Rev. Miles spoke on Red Cross Field Directors cure of the man. "more effective than driving them to operate for a period on WedI I '
are the Pout
the theme: "The Challenge Of on to help the man. But the
"Small Things" at the morning Red Cross Chapter In this little (negroes) out of the Democratic mmduy. There were reports that I
I hour_and a duet_ by Gordon Purdy town situated close to that Pont or party." the fuel wan. again becoming
and Miss Mae, Ward, accompanied where the man and his family_ make their _horn____w. !_c._ nhll"nl.,1_.........._ t.i_ ""a''I' The bill by Mathews Is In effect scarce this week, ,
COURTESY by Mrs. Purdy. added much to the him with his family if the need al'l. es. And we are that community, aligned to proposals advancedIn It was believed that normal delivery -
service. Visitors were Rev. and or one of them. I met a Navy wife on the street with a sick child Georgia of gas will soon be resumed.
in all the thoughtful relations of Ser- Mrs. Tlbbitta and Mr. and Mrs.Purdy The Navy doctors In Green Cove will take care of that child. However Senator Johns according/ to tho I

vice with convenience and complete- of Toronto, Canada, par there are no rooms in Green Cove. They are living In Starke and AP, said "I am going along with I )

W4S" as well a? fareful economy! in the' ents of Gordon Purdy. she cannot get on the bus with a child as sick as this one. They have Mathews on his white primary I
measure that ;it is needed. An impressive Baptismal service been transferred three times"within a few months. Her family Uves In bill." WERE it t
held after Bible School in
was Washington State. Due to of ht& ss t
change address
her allowance has not !
the afternoon by Rev. Fred Dodd ,
1E- Pastor of Hampton and Long yet reached her. Her husband will be taken care of In Green Cove, Beware I

Bridge Christian Churches in which but she stands on the street In Starke wondering where to turn for Coughs

DEWITT: C. JONES six fine young men were im help until her husband can get home. It happens every day and will from f

.,AMBULANCE, ) SERVICE mersed in the convenient Baptis- continue to happen.
Funeral mal Pool in the, Tabernacle. A The veteran Is discharged from the hospital. He looks good, feels That Hang On !
Director large congregation was present at good and hears that the
Florida sun will him. $
help But his
r- BTARKE' .!4.. ...::. -..--PHQNBLJU: ., ..;; ::. sOur \..:., this service, anad also at the out pay doesn't go as far as he thought It would and he gets mustering a. tar omnlsiflo) puisres the promptly seao OK bit tbs) ) 1'h 'GN TIIG MOSr f I
evening hour when Col.Miles delivered South as Starke and tnJubJeL) Mid expel I J"
local funeral home enables us to a mighty message on; few finds himself in trouble. If he can only get'a ana aid nature) TwcKyw $1 .
offer conveniences' and services not "What Is Man"? days rest and some food he can go on to better things. He turns to soothe and heal raw toad r. In* .t
to flamed bronchial t
the mucous mem
otherwise available. This three-day Conference with Red Cross for emergency help. Later he may be able to pay brsaee.Tell your druggist to sell yon '
Col. Miles closed Tuesday night the money back. However, at the time there Is no question but what a bottle of CreomuMon with the m.deruaanding HILL'SCOFFEE.SHOP

furnish the hlghesi'type: service at the lowest prices aij and will long be remembered by he must have funds: That is our Transient Veteran and he will be quickly you. the must cough lite or the you way are itaUa !
ANT life insurance ANT with us all of this winter and again next.
policy In force. Issued by con those who heard him. : 'I

ss payment In part or In full on a funeraL, Consultationno Other speakers coming: Rev. The Fund Drive for Red Cross is Just now getting under way. CREOMULSIONferCouzbbChettColdelronchitig 151 'WEST\CALL: ; ST.

obligation. Albert Hughes, Editor of The Think over these problems now. Plan to help. Also plan to STARKE. FLA. t

Challenger, Toronto, Canada, and Interest yourself In your Red Cross Chapter. If you contributed a* :

Rev. George,D. Beckwith, of Philadelphia much as $1.00 last year you ar, a member of this chain of Red Cross --- -- -
with his Prophecy chart Chapters that stretches across the world and helps your folks away; Washing Lubrication k
Sunday night, March IS. You'll from home Plan to give of your time now. Plan to I
give f
Sell money in Polishing
Your NOW Tire
TIMBER --- miss a treat if you fall to see and March 1947.Brown's. .. ( ain'wright' Repair I'i
hear this message. I

Highest CASH Prices Paid The TELEGRAPH ban just received Radio Shop Western Union Hikes PURE OIL SERVICE STATION ?! t
new pre-war quality REAL In New LocationJ.
Intra-State RatesThe Avenue and Pratt Street :
rubber ban II .. Plenty o Temple I IPI
s-t-r-e-t-c-h and and P. Brown and Ray Nuern- ..
WILL BUY' IN BULK strength. Four sizes snap at 490 perquarterpound berger, partners in the Radio recent 20 percent IncreaseIn TntKs'VTunEH IIATTEItY'HEnV C. t !

OR BY THE UNIT box.A real bargain Shop opened hla.week on Court Western Union Telegraph rates RADIOS OUT O IU) MOTORS I BOATS ETC.
applies only to the t
street, have announced repair company's Intrastate I' A. C :
service for any type of receiver, service, according to
Mrs. H. A. Louie Lee Wainwright Owner ;
with stocks of,all necessary sup- Bishop Jr., manager ,
YOUR WATCH of the local office. Rates formessages .
EDWIN and I :
W. PECKP. money order. going I
radio repair man for 19 years,
Deserves the Best out of the state remain the same
Brown was previously located In
0. Box 463': Gainesville Fla. Philadelphia., Decision to residein as that prior to February 17, Two Received ONE LEFT
Starke was made during Army The maximum rate for a ten-
Send Me A Postcard service at Camp Blandlng. He word message within Florida Is ,
was radio Instructor with the now 60c Including tax as com- I I
And I Will Come To See You Fifth and Sixth Air Forces and pared with the former maximumof I

later the 69th Infantry, with assignment 60c. Remington NOISELESS I

,-" .... .. .. -.,/) to "South and Central I The Increase, granted by the
Lss REPAIR America.. Railroad Commission, was made .
Brown is making his permanent with representation that the com- Portable TYPEWRITER f
Trustworthy Service home 'here with his wife, formerly pany lost $434,451 In Its Intra- (
Miss Claire Grimaldi, of Philadelphia state operations last year.
F. and'thelr young son Special rate! for messages from 96.50 :
Jt Harley' Strong Nuemberger, co-owner of the Tallahassee have been cancelled.

.. 1'LdlUtf1tI firm, recently operated a radio Plus 6.15 Excise Tax '
(\\M SINCE! 1941 hop !in connection with his [Navy Families :

parents" filling station and grocery 'Begin To Move 102.65 :
1ST West Call 8t.r at Klngslcy Lake. He Is a{

popular tenor fololst In the local Into Quonset HutsNo .
,. Baptist. Church choir, having a This Is the Finest Portable :i ''
i background o( concert and broad- marked change In the total r
cast experience In' Chicago. During number of navy families living in Machine made by Reming !

I F cl ''fine 4)) the war Nuemberger was, Starke has been reported since ton. Practically all the ad'
'"" assigned to the 83rd and 66th Infantry the opening last week of the $2.- "
i i Regiments, stationed at 000,000 housing project at the vantages of a standard machine "

dry cleaning. fRfStf ISH I Blanding. Green Cove base, according to I combined with the i
rAt The Is located one Secretary Lucian Conner, of the '
r-; skill ... i new shop convenience ,.
0a portable. i
door from the Peninsular Life Insurance Chamber of Commerce. )
Company. From available Information I ,
You'll leant Iff
All TimesSea
Conner Monday that 14 vacancies '
;:> had the estimated i
0 appeared among
utter' a thorough careful dry cleaning Pompano Trout- Sheep- Red Head 200 families residing here. Ask For A Demonstration :

treatment here.jour clothes are returnedto and Mallet .' Croakers the Chiefly holders affected of ,small he belevecl apartments were, t' ,: f

you fresh and swretrwitaiIze4 Large Shrimp with navy people In a number of .
o perfectly pressed to hang sleek and smooth. Instance transferring to larger

skill Smartly to protect dress their women fluent depend fabrt on". Ournh onr Florida & BaltimoreOYSTERS had apartments moved vacated to the by quonset those pro-who Large Line of Office Supplies r J JI : :

special technique, so safe- sure, '
ject.The / We JrJII.lla..e ItWe'll
It1* a real wanlrobe-. ..r.ROUT. quonset are being made .
available In blocks of 84 units.
To Gel It For You
Fresh Dressed & Drawn The Secretary did not venture to Try
Fryers & liens ALL MAKES predict the eventual effect on \

PHONE 135 Starke navy residence but stated

315 Work Guaranteed I. that since he Is receiving an many ''
MagnoliaFish Quick ServiceEASTERN as 10 inquiries per day from Cecil Bradford County Telegraph I. J
RtEN, tJfem TempleAre. Field personnel Incoming civilians ::1'

Owner Market AUTO believed, and the Green demand Cove will families continue, he Phone 29 j uI'1 ., :

,tfa. SUPPLY about as at present. Exceptions, t '

PHONE 37 STARKE FLA. he noted are to be placed upon i tJ f',1\" ,,1

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School Cafeteria'On program) are reduced to zero, as complete the fiscal year, ending AA Quint Wallops White You whom.are required residence to In appear unknown.on mimed April 14 Court, 1947 and, In cause the, wherein above AND ORDER NOTTCE OF PUBLICATIQ

of March 7." June 30. Florida, It was stated,I April 14, 11147 In the above plaintiff Bonks divorce. Bradford STATE Oil' FI.<)ftIOA AI'PI' .
Its Own' As need I $6,000,000 more than was Cecil Field 80-32 num.d court and cause, whereinplitlntlfl County. Telegraph shell publish this loa Penn, whose r.Hld, .,:,:"o
I Pending a deficiency appropriation veeka divorce. Bradford Oi lr In next four weekly Jniiuee. New Street N. ,
allocated. County Telegraph! shall publish this Witness my hand and official Y"'k.
Federal Funds CeaseThe I from Congress many school Immediate action was taken With approach of the season's Order In next four weekly txiiuea. neat at Starke, )Florida this MarchII. YouYo arerk reniilreil .
I end, Starke's AA quintet broughtits Witness my hand and official 194'1.OFFICIAl.. April 14, 1947. V,,. apps ,
r lunchroom throughout the nation '
week neal nt Htarke,, Florida, thin March Ih.
BUS school cafeteria wan : this by SuperintendentArthur developing talents to the fore ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas named Court: and CRUST. IlI I
I will operate Independently of gov- (\. McRae and Foster Shl U. 194T. As Clerk of said Court. plaintiff seeks. dlvoro p*''j
strictly "on its own" this week : this week and rapped out two resounding (OFFICIAL SEAA. J. Thoma. n. E. Knight, Btarke, FinAlly County Telegraph hall '
ernment aid or close. Officials Smith BHS principal, to keep the Aa Clerk of meld Court. for Pit. 3-14 4t 4-4 Order In next four P"MI'b4f
with notification from the Depart'l estimated that the nation as a local cafeteria in operation. Decision victories\ over Cecil Field T. Prank I.nndrum, "Btark. Fla.Atty. Witness. my hand weekly I";n
for Pit. 8-14 4t 4-4 IUd ,
and Brooker. The visiting Navy ., f"
ment of Education that I whole U short by $26,000,000 of was reached to raise the I I)* CIRCUIT: COURT BR"O..ROCOIJN'I'Y. si eal l t7Stark. Florida thl, 5 ,,

reimbursement (for the cafeteria !'funds needed for the program to price of dally plate lunches from to boys 32 were, In swamped a one-sided Tuesday contest, 80 I IK COUNTY.CUtrCIT: FLORIDA TOURHRADFORD IN CHAN CKItY. FLORIDA IN CHAN. (OFFICIAL o f said; 1 ('o A / .hMARION

20 to :30c a move which went Into I-toil V. Suzanne La Penn Plaintiff vs. Carlton Brown
u..nWe.erI effect Monday. It was hoped that which featured the sharpshootingof Nile. Pete Mnu, .tr, Plaintiff, vs.Milldie Nicholas La Penn, Defendant Case flu lid In M'. .TRrk.on"lIlr I."" F.'h"'
Nnlnnd Mau, Defendant.Cans Fl..
I Marine Sergeant Boyd Teague, No. 5477 Atty. for PIf.
diri the Increase will, with further No B484ORDER 1.1 II /It
{I *,local forward. Teague ran up a ."
From where I sit ...6y Joe Marsh economies allow the lunchroom. I total of 28. AND NOTICE PUBLICATION TO APPEAR ------ ---
to be self-sustaining., STAT OP. FI-OR1DA to: Mrn,
.I Teague,and Bobby McRae scored Nfnrirle Nolnnd Mau. whose real-
One of the four cooks will be Ir .
dance and ntl'lrenH : Navy Kane,
22 each In the Brooker tilt, Monday -
of dropped from the payroll duringthe I. as Starke free-wheeled to a Carolina.Rants 6, Boa ;PUB, Charleston South '" IQS I:

Mystery emergency, Mr. Smith stated. 70 to' 40 triumph. You are required to appear on PHYSIC STUDIO
April 14, 194T In the above
Every: effort will be made, how
The AA Five will play possibly named court and cause wherein
i'' tio! :: Rocking! Chair ever, to continue the dame qualityand plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford America's Famous I'sychologlst,
quantity of food for the two more games before ringing County TeleRrapH shall publish thl.. Palmist.. and Psychic Adept of theOrlt'ntal
,--- down the curtain on what, as a Order In next four weekly iHHiieawltneea .
and Hindu
children; as in the past, the plate hand Philosophy
my and orrtcla
favorite rock.Ing Quick as a wink he hid the new whole, has been a satisfactory
hat a
Ms\ Honkins lunches will include selected meats Heal at Stark, Florida, this March
and shabby, rocker and then brought Ma's old seaxon. 11, 1S47.OFFICIAL. Without asking a question, tells ,
that's worn
chair and vegetables and a,half-pint of ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas everything you wish to know; tells
chair back to the house. Now when The Association will chrilltentarke' I 4
Pa lloskina nut .
with a noisy creak. milk A* Clerk of said Court of every hope, fear and ambition.
that squeak he looks at first baseball T. Frank Lamlrum Starke.. Fla. t
for thirty he nears post-war ,
to that squeak Satisfaction guaranteed. h' o
listened Increase )in the price was reflected Atty. for Pit. 3-14 4t 4-4 Analyzes
year and he decided tu do the mellow glass ot beer he's drinkIng In a drop In patronagefrom season Monday with a general your life and guides you to success S f

something about it. So he bought and says to himself "She's Just an original daily of turnout of all local amateurs In- IT COUNTY cmrriT, FLOIUOAl COURT DR'.ORO IV* C1IAM and happiness. Tells you how 5
entitled to her small pleasuresas average terested In building a winning CKHY.Wllburn. to utilize the hidden forces within (
and hid the other in a* .
300 less
/ a new approximately to 200 or ,
.m.- team. Business Manager L. M. It. Thompson Plaintiff vs. you and develops your inner tale -
the barn. 1 school officials reported although Martha Jean Saunders Thompson ents enabling you not only to _
Gaines announced the first practice .
Ma\ allowed how grateful she From where I sit, that'"one of exact figures were not available' session for S p. m., at the Defendant.ORDER Case OF PUBLICATION No K485 master yourself' but others as well, even though they'sn
reason. Hoakinses the Wednesday. : AND NOTICE TO APPEAF miles away. Why go through life unhappy. This
when Pa rmsaea net the the are athletic' gifted
but will
BHS field. The team
1 t was STATE OF FLORIDA to: Martha psychic will solve your problems. He has helped
heard a familiar happiest, oldest-married, peace Previous instances. of shortage Jean Saunders ThompHon whose. thotu.
on. altcmeon. he be piloted by Coach Carson Geiger rea- ands of others and can help you. Everything confidential
i ; sound that led him to the barn. fulest folk la our towDoc90eJt of funds provided under the National Idence Saunders and address Cedar I..*St.%, airs Hock Vernon Hill-, and sacred.
School Lunch Act have been Carolina.
{! Thera was Ma rocking happily in Players are asked to bring their South
.. squeak. met by.deficiency appropriations! Tou are required to appear on Office Open 10 A. M. to 7 P..!M. Dally (Closed Thursday. ,)
+ her old ekalr-squeak. own gloves; t.bAt AA will provideall or before April 14, 1847 In the above
covering the remainder of the fiscal other named Court and cause, wherein Separate Reception Rooms. for White and Colored
how Pa felt. equipment.
:No need to tell yon plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
year, but there apparently has Bishop, George Kcnls Boyd Tea- County Telegraph" hall publish this Take Woodstock Park Bus No. S3 At City Limits on
been no assurance that the cur gue, Jim Dryden :;Hugh Ingram Order In next four weekly! lamies.Wltnens Lake City Highway
: my hand an 1 official
rent will take
Copyright,19 fl>United State Bnwert Foundation Republican Congress and Bobby McRaft are named a- seal. at Starke, Florida, this 13th of
prompt action in the matter: mong candidates for a club which, March 1941.OFFICrAL. 700 Melson Avenue Jacksonville, Fla.
u i ; illlauaLnmwiiiima0' kwiiHUHmiuiiHiimmiuimw/ I ( 'ut NIIWIII ( IIIIIIAlAl1 iiuiiuiiiiiiiiimiiKmuituumtmimui' I 'I';;':" Children from out-of-town areas, Intoa ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
f win
it is believed, gain entry An Clerk of said Court.
'; whose families are unable to afford Northeast Florida Amateur John J. Henderson, Rnq. St Augustine .
Fla. Atty. for Plf. 3-14 4t f-. v-v-------
the 30c
this week
1 price, were League. -
' OF AVERY INN TODAY bringing box lunches In lieu of
''M! Early completion is expected for If: CIRCUIT COURT. rtRADPORD
warm food, or purchasing 10-cent COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN.
4 Meals mill be prepared and nerved under her personal supervision the new diamond, now being built CKRY.
sandwiches and bottles of milk
west of the high school. Grover 'J. Mulllnn, Plaintiff, vsMarlen'Mulllne ,
from the FFA concession. Some De fendant. Case
; Lunch & Dinner, rived i home style, all you can eat Includes j I 'i4- No. 547. SEE THE
+ Starke youngsters who heretofore Mr. and Mrs. Edward Char- OB ">ER OP1 PUBLICATION
meat or MU food, vegetable, dexm-rt Si drink 75c
---------- I! had patronized the cafeteria are I theh* ANT NOTICE TO APPEAR
I who
bonneau and guests, BTATH OF FLORIDA to Marian
I ".luat Like III>nm" Itivakfast ______________...... 33c to 60c returning home for meals, it was are Mr. and Mrs. Leon Menard of Mulllnr, whose residence la un
: reported but on the whole it was known. MARQUETTEHOME
I Miss Let-
Montreal. Gaby You are rentilred to appear on
,' !\ A la carte special at private tables I,; believed that a fair average of rault of Chlcopee, Mass., and Mrs. April 14. 1947 In the above
200 customers will remain and named Court and cause, wherein'
; South. Fried Chicken oV hunk puppies $1.50 I Dena Despard of New York City
Yo -T------------- plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradfnrd
Broiled lamb chop $1.83 I I that, with the increased price, the and the Rev. Dr. J. W. Kaufmanand County Telegraph shall publish. this FREEZER
----- ------ -------- ----------- Order In next four 8
{ cafeteria can continue. weekly IpnuenWltne
Sizzling T-Bone straktt i 1.___?__-___________________-_ .OO his guest, George Kaufman, .. mv bend and oWrtalHeal ,
I i Local school officials said that Pa. and Mrs. nt Starke, Florida, this March
kp include of Philadelphia, ,
( Idaho French Fries, "salad, drink, hot biscuits) in several Instances Florida II. 1947.
I Carrie M. Ward enjoyed sightseeing (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
rl I Special 5 to 8:80 P. !M. earn Wednesday i schools are closing, or are employing at Silver Springs last week. As Clerk of .ald Court. Eight Cubic Foot CapacityAn
H C. PHklwIn,
I money-raising drives to Gainesville Fla..
; Chicken A Dumpling 11Sc1' Atty. for Plf. 3-14 4t 4-4
------------- ------------------ '
maintain of the cafe _
t' ? r. Special te rlas.o We have letter and legal size IV: CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD excellent size for families who wish to freeze
ei.&Sunday noon to :2 P. M. suit aeeds onion
papers to your : COUNTY. FLOIIIDAl l\
CHAN- and store moderate quantities of Frozen
t 1 1m t Baked chicken": :'all: trlminlnn *?.?__j_...__,_______.. 01.83 II Purpose of the National School. skin, bond rag content second CKRV. tasty
M I I Lunch Act Is to provide supplementary sheets, etc. The TELEGRAPH. Flora flair, Plaintiff "", Earl A. Foods. Twin doors allow quick, easy access to
Balr Defendant. Case No. 547*.
; Breakfast Dinner Supper I funds enabling schools to ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND either side storage compartment. Louvered front

d"" qua sell meals at lowest possible cost. NOTICE I NOTICW" TO APPEAR panel for generous, efficient cooling swings
HOURS 6-8:3 open
: Dally : 11:80-3 5:30-8:30 STATE OF FLORIDA
all to: Karl
Notice 1* herehy given to
i .:'1 8un.. 8-10 12-3: None I The year's insufficient appropriation claimant and ordltor of the A. Ralr, )whose residence and addrenn to set' Thermo Control-minus 10 degrees to plus
was attributed to the high Estate of Edna N.Dowtr; la Unknown. 10 degrees for fast freezing and storage. This
and all cline d.cealled'i You are re/nulred to appear MlW.C.T.U.
' 'r II AVERY INN 213 N. Walnut"St., I cost of food, plus the fact that the pay octal any. to Larkin Eight cubic foot size has a capacity of 250 to 304
i 'I more schools have Installed cafe- of Hturk, Florida and flU any '
: I teria's than originally _waa',.expert and all 'oUlm. against Bradford pounds of assorted Frozen Foods for enjoymentall
i. ".mmnnall.' 'n.n.m Melon! ltammnNmmmamprlr'n'" .nmellMAIIAIAA' ''''' ,Intl : With thir eounty-Jud r* of ; year 'r und. "
0 I L .._ .... 'Mrs. Ieipp.rvisorof County Florida, *,rthl* eight month \ 1I41'W the
probably brine
A. W. Bates from the flrit publication of 'jhlanotice '
-:. '.-. -" ..' or '>ald claimant will ba world even more suffering and .
19.47 the local cafeteria. Virtually: barred. by .t tut.n of Florida.' .
MEMBERSHIP DUES death due to the traffic In beverage
all groceries are obtained locally, tdirkln Oowty Weeks. Adm'x.
3-14 4t 4-4 alcohol than did the
, TO with a few items purchased wholesale i \0.---- tragic of 1946. SISTRUNKPeed
it THE ;year
?p4' ; rov.'ry. FLOHID4I CIIAN- Are ,YOU leaving anything I
I ('FEY.Jneephlne. undone that YOU do to

Stake<""Chamber' of f Commerce Art Manassa LeadsIn tiff, vii. Roget 8tnaletnn! White While, Defendant Plain put an end to thin might monstrous 8 Seed ,Storef

Journal TourneyThe Case ORDER No. R483.Or, PUBLICATION' evil ? T. 1

: jr flfctfi AND NOTICE" TO APPEAR -(The National'Voice, ).

Et.Li i4p ** "Are Now Being Solicited Manaaaa brothers,,, rankeduP. STATE! OF FL.OttI.DAr,to:. ttog-er ,

I .' : top among the state's expert
bowlers, were making a dual bid v
for new honors Wednesday aa Art
Notices of dues!! have been mailed to all copped first position in the qual-

l tt business 'and professional men and women ifying round of Jacksonville

' I In Starke. Journal's annual Florida open Yardley

tourney, while Henry was groov-
If you hate not paid your 1917 dues 7 ing the alleys at fourth place In BLINDS '

please do so at once. Simply fill In the a field of 92 ranking contestants. I !

"4 Art, who was second In' the VENETIAN

en-elope Florida Open last year, was in efficient -

and convincing form as he ,. .
Personal solicitation will be made soon of rolled up a six-game total score ,

W all those who have not mailed In their of 1,233. His brother, equally .

xY : dues before' that time. formidable In'' the state's leading

m tournaments came through for a

m Prompt payment of dues will save your smashing 1,113. At second was '

-r t time and ours. third.Richard Smith; J. Crosby was 30 Day Delivery

Please mail checks to: Secretary, Starke The Journal's annual open finds

'Chamber of Commerce. expert keglers from all parts of

f 4 ., the state bowling In Jacksonville's >,
t leading alleys. Art Mantissa wal-

'' ''. Join The Chamber of Commerce loped the tenpins for his superb Installed't at t no. --_
score at the Mar"n O. Williams' j

w I' and Help Build Starker Beach Bowling; Center:
The qualifying roui'Oj will end

at midnight tonight (F.vSay). The .extra. cost to you .j: IftII" r.c(_

I tournament proper begin 'i::30 p.

m. Tuesday at alleys In the

Springfield, Beach, Souti-olde and

Downtown Bowling Centers Y RDLEYSteelAluminum'
z r -r---FOR SALE nsensnssi .
Avery Inn Reopens

i 16x16 Army Hutments Dining Room TodayMrs.

Janie Avery this week announced Cedar Slat
$200 EACH DELIVERED! that she would reopen or

the Avery Inn restaurant at 312

y I 8T.UK.NO: VICINITY North Walnut Street today (Fri blinds I i We' Also
4., day) after being closed since. last Repair- Damaged Blinds

ALSO Home style meals will be featured At Reasonable Cost

at the attractive price ofT

1 complete heating 'unit with 41 steam cents for "all you can eat" ..
luncheons and dinners, and breakfast We
radiators. are long experienced in the
prices will from 33 to I
14 Colors I f for
4 hot water units with 1000-gallon tanks. 60 cents. your blind business and
Toilets and cast iron wash sinks. Mrs. Avery stated that a la guarantee

Electric fixtures. | carte specials and private table blinds
f and
would be a specialty too and selection t repair work.
Miscellaneous plumbing fixtures. that all desserts served will be

it 5 Adjustable library shelves.!" homemade. She will personally

: mii; l4 Sheet galvanized metal. ing.supervise the cooking and serv

Dally hours will be 6 to 8:30:

SEE J. M. EDWARDS for breakfast 11:30: to 2 for din-

ner, and :3:30: to 8:30: for supper.On Gassett Furniture

Sundays breakfast will be ExchangetCALL

1vl Bradford Engineering Co. served 8 to 10, dinner from noon

\ until 2. and no suppers will be

served on Sunday.For .

Ur stamp pads, stamp pact
Ink, rubber stamp, daters num-
borers see The TELEGRAPH.

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Members Win natives used. "You're feeling' anyhow, do this for me." Sens- i' ding, for the first-time in months, !* nnrriT corMT. nntnronn nonl at Stork, Florida, thli February -
I TOO LATE pretty sorry for yourself". Ing the Hawaiian's sincerity andeSgI'rnes 'I realized the glory of a new day. TOI CKIIV.JfiNti: "" T1.. FMMIIWAI 1* ClIAN-; DFH-ICIAI.22, 147. J. Th m... ,
I Essay Awards "I've got a right to." Blanding to be helpful, Blending He noted the clean freshness: of ,>h Motutanln' Jr., Plaintiff. vs. 1. Clerk. of palil Lnll..t'. I
I TO CLASSIFY. ban l Kernandlna. Fla.
ICllnor Untffi I.I..nd..nln Ifafemlnnt. Kelly:
announced this flared. "What about It?" promised but he :was in no way the air, the sparkling dewdrops on Paso No. UtO.OHDEH Ally for Pit 1-88 \\llts were descriptiven "Nothing" said :Mike quietly convinced and considered, the colorful foliage the song of the OF1 P.ITflt.IO'ATIOJJ -
the FFA whole idea phoney. i birds. Since AND NOTICE( TO APPEAR o'r'lF] t
that he has
day kept
contest sponsored tty Himself hay Ignoring the tone of annoyance, STATIC OK KUtHIDA to: 1-11"01' TO WHfIT: MAY CONCERN: I
writing ota "but I can help you." But that night as he tossed on ever in his heart those precious Onion CI..n'nln11"." ranlilonco Thin I. to certify that I hate I
Container letters !"! II I Want' 73rd Htr..et, Now York, filed my Final Accounting with the
following the In this day of alphabetical jug. Skeptical, and showing his Irritation his bed those letters kept dancing : New York County Judge of tlrndford County
before his troubled mind. "L-I-D-T-T FTATIM"The You are required to Florida'. the 6th day
16 oflnandina ling anything In the nature of a Then he Appear on and Will on
upectlon /January Blanding snapped: Mor.-h tl|. | 47. In .the above of April, A. I>. 1947, make application
pulp mill. Arise string of unintelligible letters ia "How'" said the phrase they represented: TELEGRAPH carriescoompl..te named Court and muse. wherein' to the unlit ,County:! Judgetor
"I apt to be passed up by the aver- "Lord, I Do Give Thee Thanks now plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Final PlMchHnce *. Administrator
Carded "I have been
, of $10( waa watching how stork of India Inks and ('.,unl" Telerrayh shall. publl.h thliOrdrr of the KKtkte of Emma T. Kinlth,
with Milton Norman age individual as "just anotherone your light burns all night and I For The Abundance That Is hoivraNl color. II (Colors! Prc- In nest four weekly Inane. .".r.'I..
Johns second for the prize of of those things". know you are lylng'awak worry Mine". The question came, Wltnemi. my hand and official' 11-tH 41 3-!1 W. I', Hmlth. Adm'r. l

'Ier| Jones, of Starke. and From Don Blanding, Florida ing, worrying, worrying. That's "Thanks for what?" ,
VlnlnS. of Brooker em- poet and artist now sojourning In no good. You promise me that Then hebegan to count his
of the corporation, werein Hollywood, California, recentlycame tonight when you go to bed you'll blessings: Two hundred pounds H
the contest, and tn- an unusual and mystifying pretend that you have just had a and six feet of sound physical l
tat In the boys' trip to greeting. loml-lomi (Hawaiian message body, perfect but for shattered H ,.
?jlna for a study of process- Just a string of letters: L-I-D- which is very relaxing). When nerves. He thought of a legless o o
Ipwood, Seman Hudson, G-T-T F-T-A-T-I-M apparently you feel all easy, then you say i. friend, once a prominent actor, vRivs
turn official: conducted thed unrelated and meaningless until something for me." I who was carrying on with a smile,
He handed altho he now sold pencils on the
, presided as toastmaster understood but possessing limit Blending a paper on '
street A blind friend who had
and shrimp which was lettered: L-1-D-Q-T-T
vied chicken less power to help and heal those
4taged by the plant for the who learn their magic and apply F-T-A-T.I-M-and explained that i overcome seemingly unsurmountable (l-
them In their dally lives. each letter stood for a word to I difficulties to make a worth
will be' hosts make up the magic phrase "Lord. :: while happy life All about him lI
, and In- I Do Give Thee Thanks For he found others cheerfully carry- I
during an those letters
FFA Carve magic over
local burdens far than
and The Abundance That Is Mine" I ing greater any
, controlled burning mantle and in heart,
of your your Blanding laughed hollowly and i he had .known. lie wan ashamed.
, planned for April; urges Don. Let their meaning become I I
said: "What kind of hocus-pocus Over and over and over attain he ,
r1g, Johns' prize-winning" crystal clear in your heart. la this" "How can I be I'i said that dimple, humble phrase ""to.A's -
,lion follows: and mind. Employ them regularly thankful for nothing?" until he fell into a deep healing ,
at tho Container and sincerely and they will I I' VNQ "WATU"AU
I Saw The friendly Hawaiian grinned. sleep YI.AN/)'" t'
,rpivrutlon of America bring peace of mind, health, happiness "You have much" he said, "but Up to greet the rising sun, Blan-
FFA boys entered the and success.
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mill just before noon for Then he tells the amazing storyof
The first thing we aw how this Talisman came to him \ i,
Ip logs Blacked In long high and-why he is passing it on to
long a railroad track. A others.. j
lane/ was used to stack the He tells how during the depres-

)Ks: into piles and all wood sion he found himself financially, DISASTER
,ailed from the box cars emotionally, mentally and physic- t

ka by hand. ally "broke". Sick with worry
carried the
rge conveyor and tortured with Insomnia, he
g9 to the barker. The became a bewildered spirit. He I
turns the logs over and was feeling pretty sorry for him-
moving most of the bark. self and felt entirely justified in
travel upward on
ga: then such pity.
conveyor to the chipper. At the hour when he had all but
Ipper has a .large wheel, surrendered to hopelessness and
five feet In diameter, with will strike this !
defeat, a Hawaiian lad, who had
These blades have to beI long been a friend, approachedhim. year
, be
often to
I ever BO "Alohi Lanl," he said, calling
cd him by the Hawaiian name the
being cut, the chips pans 1 1s
strainers where they are pulp. The pulp is then passedon
,>d 'n I
the cookers and the larger which wring most of the water .' '
turning to the chipper a- out. Dy this time, the pulp Is 4 1ye> aW B6 1 i
These large metal tanks I strong enough to support itself 1
lers: hold 14 tons of pulp and IB passed on an endless line
Here the pulp Is mixed of rollers heated by steam. The I
1 omlc-als and cooked by II pressers and rollers are estimatedto T : 1. ) K.1ela,
for three hours. have one half mile of pulp on F
" cooking process the wood I them at one time. As the pulp / '
ff turpentine fumes which I comes from the rollers, it Is cut : : : I t
".to a tank outside the Into sheets three feet square, and ,
n." The pulp then goes; tolone I pressed and tied into bundles. i

on the roof. The pulp These bundles are stacked into 4 't ?, t?', ftYl f n, ; I'
led at a terrible rate of I'an electric car and removed from s +
tlt e
thus separating the steam I there 1ntD the box cars. ; a n t 8 y i
he soft pulp.> The (pulp 'An' estimated $15,000 worth of .
.sown again Intq one o; the 'I' pulp material is produced each 4t v ,
,diffusers where it Is WaB day. The.plant has its own'gen a., 4e7.'r I .a ? w
hot water. In thes "' dlf- erators for eUctrlc- pow r-l*The J i'1 44' lIt II""Ii '

the map Is dipped off the I boiler producing this steam for as -t ;
liilil and shipped to soap electricity is heated by using the I :

icturers. bark...removed from the pulpwood 3 i
being In the dlffuser*;'for I I I or, sometimes, by oil .. ;. yf Y- I II
>ours, the pulp .la asKed''I'D The Corporation is adding a .1_ ,'.u (; '
strainers where there 14.000,000 addition so they can 'I I
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WITHIN TWO MINUTES GENERAL ELECTRIC over 4,000 disasters of all kinds. Last year alone, it assisted the homeless help in restoring homes according to need. r

IENTISTS TURNED A 3-MILE CLOUD INTO SNOW more than 136,000 people battered by catastrophe. These services-and many more-the Red Cross will nrbThis ;

DROPPING A FEW POUNDS OP CRY ICE PELLETS;) vide to all needy sufferers regardless of creed or race t 1 :
the suffering and misery will again be great ... I
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Hovorka whose residence and address therein I I. a non-resident of I. IN CIRCUIT COVUT. 'IIn .OFOIlO named. court and cause. wherein Defendant
Hints To Housewives age will keep for a reasonable I I.: unknown. the tT"F': d and whos last roUNTV FLORIDA.' la CHAN plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford i ORDER op
I length of time In atone crocks or You are required to appear on known residence I II 458 Cayuta' (;ERY.I County Telegraph shall publish this PUHUCAT1O,1,

glass jars If a layer of paraffin March 91. 1947. In the above Avenue, Waverly, Tloga County Kathleen Harrell Hayes, Plaintiff. Order In next four weekly" Issues. STATE 0.' FLORIDA :
M.YKINO 8AU8AGK named Court and causa,. wherein New York, and that there I is no I v. Everett Hayes, Defendant. Case Witness my hand and -official Tucker, Whose '
Trimmings and other pieces of! hot lard or cottonseed oil In plaintiff SMeks divorce and rent oral person In the State of Florida the No. 6468. seal at Stance Florida this February known. .

the to out Ion of maiden. name. Bradford service of subpoena upon whom TO APPEAR SO, 1947.OFFICIAL You are
be poured over top keep AND NOTICE require
which otherwise might SEAL) A. J. Thomas I,
\\mK' meat County Telegraph shall publish this would bind .aid Defendant, and ORDER OF PUBLICATION ( March 24. 1047. In '1> ot,
wasted may be converted Into the air and the uausaga kept In Order (n next four weekly unties Ihat.lhe Defendant Is over the .age STATE} OF FLORIDA to Everett As Clerk: of said Court. Court and cause the ho..7--Abo.. "
.. my hand and official of twenty-one (11) years and By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. seek divorce.
a cool place. Hayes whose residence I I. Itoi Brndf.1? I
sausage. The only equipment seal at Starke Florida. this Feb. that the earn la set forth In said South 6th Street Wilmington, T. Frank Landrum Btirke. Fla. Telegraph. shall ; *
necewary to make wausage is a Casing may bo prepared on the ruary 20, 1941.OFFICIAL sworn statement as particularly as North Carolina.You Atty, for PIt. 3-31 4t 3-14 In next four we"kl-p"/'h <
( "SISAL) A. J. Thomas Is known tn affiant after diligent .thM.
required to on Witness
stuffer at Intestines of ar*
meat grinder with a farm by cleaning the As Clerk of said Court. search and 'Inquiry.IT hap. seal my nnnd '
1947. in t BRAD.F
7, aboy CIRCUIT COURT. at '
April THK Starke.
IV : II!
tachment. Where pork is used the hogs and soaking them In a nv Lucille C. Conner Starke D. C.. Fla. IS.. THEREFORE.. ORDERED named Court and cause wherein ( HI> ('(OI'MrV' FLORIDA IVIII ruary 14 1947. Jo"lo"ldu" Ihb

) it'sh uld be 'ground fine and the weak solution of lye water until' T Atty.Frank.for Pit.Landrum 2-18, 4t ,-n be that, and said she non-resident hereby 'Is, requIred Defendant to County plaintiff: Telegraph seek divorce.shall publish Bradford. this .\:Nt'KIIV.' A(OFIC1AL* Clerk. of HEAL A '

seasoning added and mixed by the Inner layer of the intestinalwall I appear In said cause on Friday Order In neat four weekly Issues. Ann Tucker Plaintiff Williams and.nhl COurl
I ,
IV CIRCUIT COUItT. BKAnFORDCOUNTY. the llth day of April A. D.. 1947: and offlcla Cobl,. !.aka,
Witness my hand Case No. 5423 Florid..
hand. When well mixed regrind will scrape off readily. How v. Attorneys r-
: FXOI1IDAI IN ClEANdullY. ) otherwise the) allegation of thesaid North Carolina. Tucker a-u 4t a.u Ih, Hi.
Samuel ,
the meat if It I la not fine enough ever, casings which are stronger ] JIll will bs taken a* confessed ( seal at Starke Florida this March

and use in bulk or stuff Into cas and better In every respect can Norm 1\1. Pettlbona Mrasler. PlaIntIff by the Defendant.IT 6. 1&.7.U1 --
vs. Henry J. Brasler Defen IS FURTHER ORDERED that \ "'Jo'ICrAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
ings. be purchased cheaply. dant. Case No. B44<. this Order b* published once a As Clerk of said Court. NOTICEneerrlntlim
ORDER 0V PUBLICATION week for four consecutive week. Law Exchange
J. C. Durrane
: When' beef Is added to the pork Muslin bags or a good gradeof I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR In the Bradford County Telegraph Hid*. Jacksonville, Fla.

the meat mixtures should be tobacco cloth 12' to 16 Inches I STATES OF FLORIDA to: Henry a newspaper published: In Bradford Atty. for Plf. 3-7 4t S-JS Notice I" hereby given that the following deacrlbed
J. Hraeler, whose residence and address County, Florida.Thla sold at public auction on the 29th day of March 1947 at I2la dl"
:' ground fine salted seasoned, and long and two Inches in diameter. Is': Box February 18, A. D. 1947.A. alt the City Hall In 'Iarke. FI.. to pay the amount duo "
the bulk satmege stored away for make a good substitute for can I nia, rt Henry 'y.71"W:; : -. J. THOMAS. iv: CIRCUIT COda BHnrownFLOR1IIA. herein set ol.poelle to the sante together with aU costs for of lIlt
I torey Street itak.riatloId California. Clerk of Circuit Court. ('OIJ..TY. IN CIIANBeatrlce and adv..rU.lo IUti
from 24 to 48 hours before using ing. When muslin bags are used % Mr. Mildred Pelnel. 3-7 4t 8-28 (OFFICIAL SEAL) CF.RY.

It for saIlKa e. This l Is called they should be dipped In paraffin I You are required to appear on GoldbergDunsky, Plain 8.88"i Twp It*;. Owner "
March 31, 1947 In the above I./ riHcurr cotmT. KRADFORD tiff v*. David C. Dunsky Defendant. U 44 ft. of lots ci. .
i: curing. If the sausage Is to bo after stuffing If the sausage is I named court and eaime, wherein Coil MTV. FLOHIUAI. IN CHANCRHY. : Case No B462. Block 17 Original Town .

smoked, no matter from what not to be smoked. Sausage stuffed -I plaintiff. seek divorce. Bradford I : ORDER OF! PUHLICATION of Starke 28 I II 23 R. A.. Green
County Telegraph shall publish this Preston Rlon Plaintiff vs. Sadie AND NOTICE TO APPHAR 1 lot 125! ft. H W by
; kind of fresh meat it Is made it in muslin bags and to be i Order In next four weekly Issues a. Rlnn Defendant CasA No 6461. STATE OF FLORIDA to: David 210 ft. N & S: bounded

should first be cured. Meat stuffed smoked should not be paraffined 'I' Witness my hand and official I ORbIIR OF PUBLICATIONAND j O. Dunsky whose last known residence as follows: on the H by
seal at titarke. Florldar this February NOTICE TO APPEAR and address la 859 Clinton Block 17 on the N by
I fresh into casing and I then prior to smoking. but after the 211, I947.OFFICIAL .' HTATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs. Place. Newark New Jersey.You Jefferson St., W by

smoked Invariably spoils. Bulk sausage In thoroughly cooled. A ( SEAL) A. J.. Thomas Sadie S. Rlon whopo address and are required to appear on Court St, and Snuth by
Aa Clerk of said Court. residence In: 133 Stonewall Jack April 7, 1947. In the above Call St.: Original Town
Bluffed, smoked. or cooked saus- good paraffin substitute Is to dip I T. Frank Lundruin' Starke Fla. snnvllle Homes, Charlotte, North named Court and cause, wherein of Starke: 28 6 82 R. A. Gieen

the bags In melted lard to seal Ally, for. Pit. 2-2S 4t 3-S1 Carolina.You plaintiff. seeks divorce. Bradford. Com. on a: side of Call St.
nre required to appear. on County Telegraph shall publish where It lnters"cts K
the surface. tv (inecrr!: COTTWT. $V1ADPODCOVV'FYr April 7, 1047. In the above this Order In next four weekly I.- side of Court tIt'6 clad, "
I FLUHIDtl I* CHAN named court and cause, wherein .uelf run S 84tt ft. ft.
DEPENDABLE MKVKCCoey. I Pure 1'ork Sausage dFItV. plaintiff seek divorce.. Bradford' witness. my hand and official seal NE 63 ft, N .6,1 ft. ti>
. .... For every 12 pounds of meat Marl'Parks'. (Connellre Plaintiff County Telegraph. shall publish this at Starkn- Florida. this 3 I'd of Call. "St, thence \V

I It ((9 pounds lean meat and 3 poundsfat v... William, T. Connellee, Defen Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness March.! 1947. 98 3-4 ft. to pt. of b* (. 38 S 21 R. A.. Green
dant. Case. Nil. 6434. my: hand an* official (OFFICIAL SEAL! ) A. J. Thomas, 1 lot In "Starke, bounded .
; .I .' ) use: 1 tablespoon red pepper. ORDER OF PUBLICATION seal I at Stark Florida thla March As Clerk of said Court. 13 by Temple Ave.. N ,. .
1 black 2 AND NOTICE 'TO APPEAR 4, 1947. John J. Henderson Esq., St. Augustine by Jackson. St.. W by .Ia". -. .
t I pepper STATlil OF FLORIDA to: Wil- OFFICIAL SHAH A. J. Thomas Fla.Attlt. Holljnvsworth. and Mrs. .. 5.; .a ..
tablespoons' sage 5 tablespoonssalt liam '}'. Connellee, whose la.t known A. Clerk of said, Court.T. for Pit. 8-7 4t 8-88 B. '.1. Alderman and S
,* 1-4 teaspoon grated nutmeg. residence. and address Is No. U Frank. : Lnndr'um, Starke. Fla. by Alderman 13. 22 R. A. Green
East May. St., Charleston ""nlth Atty. for FlrV 8-7 4t S-2r m! ciRrir ; ;;;.... BRADFORD Block 12 except SVi{ of lot _.
and 1-4 teaspoon thyme. Carolina.. .- I COVN....... r>,OIUOr IN You are' required to appear on Town of Starke 39 6 U'Ioyd/ GreenE
If it la desired to add beef to CIRCt'lT B""OIl'O"f'OUNTY.
In almv of Lot 9 of Block 13.n..kln' ,
March 31, 11147. W. L. D' AMlen. PnUtrtlff vs. Stella %
; u.h.: Ff.OUID.4l IV CHAVCKRY. : -
pork sausage a good proportionIs named Court and wherein D. Allen Defendant Case No. 5337.ORDBTfC Addition to
'plaintiff II...... divorce. Padford' Town of Starke 29 8 22 R. A. Green
two pounds of lean peril one County telegraph shall publish thl* Curtis R. Soott. Plaintiff, vs. Lottie OF PUBLICATION Lot 6 of Block t, and 1
pound of fat pork. and one pound Order In next four weekly Issues. I IC.) Scott. Defendant.: Case No. 6444. AND' NOTICE TO APPEAR lot 1011 It. N & 8 by 02V4\
WItness. mjf hand and official ORDER OF PUBLICATION STATE OW. FLORIDA to: StellaD. : ft. !: & W In NW coiner .. .
of lean beef. AND NOTrCDJ TO APPEAR I 'Allen. wltone residence Is: 817
seal at Starkfl Florida' this 20th of lot 3, Dowling'aSubDivision .
: STATE OF FLORIDA: to Lottie If Oeora-la.
of February, 1d47. : Poplar Street aeon. to Townof
IJ'f cmcptr COURT.C'OVNTY. IIRDYflflO. OFFICIAL SEAr.) A. J. Thomas Hr.! Scott 'whose residence I.: ttSlirown You ar. required to appear on Starke 28 8 22 KnuU Fred Luldg
oJ FLOHIDAl IN CHA.'V-: As Clerk of said Court. "Street, Charlottesvllle, Vir April 7, 1947 In the above Lot 2 of BMock 32, 3. M. .
1101IV.Wlntbrop; Hv Lucille I ". Conner, D. C. gin Ia. named court and cause, wherein Johns Addition to Townof
PHONE 150 O. Felt PI', Plaintiff V. John J Henderson K aq., St. Augustine You:= are required to appear on plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Starke 28 8 22 Mary B. Maloney
Isabel. (*. Feltwr Defendant. Case Flu.Atty. April 7, 1947, In the abovenamed County Telegraph. shall publish this Lots 8-4 of Block, 1, J. D.
No. B413. fbr* Pit. 2-28: 4t 2-21 court and oauae, whereinplaintiff Order In next four weekly Issues. Jones Addition to Town -
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND seek divorce. Pvadford Witness my hand and official of "Starke 28 e 22 R. A. Green
STARKE TAXI SERVICE NOTICE) TO APPEAR .N 0 'r I O H County Telegraph ahall publish this seal at Starke- Florida this March Lots >7-8-11-10 of Block D,
STATH OF FLORIDA to: Isabel The Hoard nf Public Instructionof Order In next. four. weekly Issue 5. 1947. N". J. Jones Addition to
C.? Felter whose residence and address liradford County will receive Witness my: hand and official (OFFiCIATSEAL) A. J. Thomas Town of "Htarke 28. 23 R. A. Green
Is: 107 Floral Blvd. Floral sealed. bids for the construction of seal at Starke, Florida. this March A* Clerk of said. Court. N 12Vi ft. of Lot 2 and
rark. Long Island. New York. n concrete block bulldlnir "4 4. 1947. St9ALj: 13. K. Ferryman. Starke Fla. Lot a and Sof\ Lot 4 .
You are required to appear on I'rooker School Plans. .and specifications (OFFICTAti A. J. Thomas Atty. for Pit. 8-7 4t 8-88 of Block 2. LivingstnTiuhy -
1 r Ar7. March 24. 1947. In the above may be sven at the officeof A* Clerk of said. Court. I & ('0'.. Addition
mimed Court and cause wherein the County Superintendent. All Zuch H. Douglas. Oalnesvllle Fla. iv mirrrr COURT BRADFORD to Town of Starke 28 6 23 W. T. Week, Jr.
PIt 3-7 4t 8-28
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford. 1 bids tn be placed Monday April 7. Atty. for OI.'VI'Y." FI.OHIUAl. IN CHAN'James ) Lot 3-12 and 1 S 9 ft. of
County Telegraph' shall publish this tall at I ll-OO: A M. In office. of IM rinri'ir -outer. mt 'U"'ORO 'I'IIY. lot 4 of'HIm-k: 14, ):iv-

Ordur In next four weekly Issues. County! Superintendent., .' PAIN Witness hand and ofticlalseal 'c :
MUSCULAR my Addition I of
The nrmrd reserves the rIght torpJ".t KIIY.Hidnnlii Mae Sherwood Carson, Donfendnnt.Case to Town
l at Stnrke, Florida. thin Feb. Floyd Green
.any or all bids. Stone Hymnn Plaintiff, vs No. 5470.tilER Stat he 20 0 23
lusty 20, 1941.OFFICIAL -7 2t a-14 f I OF PUBLICATION Lot 6 and SVi of lots 6f -'.
lOam Ilyman Defendant. Case No.
( "SISAL: ) A. J. .Thomas ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR! (, Hlock' 17 LIvlnKHtoiiTrul -
An Clnrk of said Court. 5461 STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ethel >y & (Vs;; Addition
By Lucille C. Conner. I). C. IN fllKTir C'OI: IIT. lift AnFOIIIJEOIIVlY ORDER Ol PUBLICATION J. I1 RoGert
RELlEr Mae Sherwood Carson whose restdeuce l- to Town of Htarke 28 0 22
1'. Frank f.andtum Starke, Flu FI.OIIIU.:11, : CII"N. STATE OF Jo'I.OHlnto: Sam find address Is: leneral Delivery Lot 13 of Block 18, Llv-
Atty. for Pit. 2-81 4t 3-14 .
(5051 V.
VIctoria, British Columbia. InirMton-Truby & Co's
Hynmn whose last known residence -
Marjory tluntyn Sliarpn, Plaintiff, Yfiu are required to appear on Addition to Town of
and adilresi Is 17 Sleck..1'Htr."t.
Rub on NEURA'BALMI. IV inrrrr coIttr nnturoiiuooi'Nrr. vs. WllllHiii. II. Shuipv, Defoiulunt. Newark New J"r..y.Ynll April 7, 1047 In the above Clarke 2S S 22 W1. Q. Halle
FI.OIIIUAI IN (.n,\> '
4-Kitr.: ( 11"" Nn. 5149.ORDER are required' to appear on iiumed Court and cause, wherein Lots 6-7 of Blurk 21, Llv.
OF PTTHL1CATTON I April 7, lOt In the .above plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Inffrxton-Truby' & Co's
Johanna Frea-len Hovorka Plain
thIs Addition to Town of
shall publish
named and whereinplaintiff County
: / .II.... tiff VII. Louis Hovorka Defendant.. STATE. OF KI.OHIDA to: William seeks divorce.cause Order In next four weekly Issues.WltneH Starke 28 8 22 Prunla Carr
P:1 ...... ih. diKcumfotii ofpsln Case No. R441 II Hharpe whose residence Is: Pradfnrd County Telegraph, shall my hand and official. Lot 8 oC( Block ill, Llv-
ORDER OF! PUBLICATIONAND 40r 1 East .loth .Street "Savannah (1*.
J-: publish this Order In next fourweekly seal .at Stark., Florida. this March Inarston-Truby A Co's
You are required to appear onMar. iseues.Witnes' B. 1547. Addition to Town of
2. STIMULATING STATE OF FLORIDA to: Louis .'h SI. 11147. In the above my hand and official. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Starke 28 t 22 F.f.. PackhamLot

action silts. up named court aeeka and cause. Bradford whereInplaintiff seal. at Starke, Florida, this 3rd Aa Clerk of acid Court.T. 7 of Block SO. Llv-
/ circulation to h.lp divorce. of March 1941.OFFICIAl. Frank Landrum Starke, Fla. InitHton-Truhy' Co'l
bralu. -up the consnuon. County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder ( SISAL] ) A. J. Thomas, Atty. for Plf. 3-7 4t 8-88 Addition to Town of
In next four weekly Issue
O. B. Johns
Aa Clerk of said Court. Starke 28 S 33
Witness my nand and official John J St. Auguatine B 38 ft. of lot 2 of Block
HendersonEsq. BRADFORD
WHEN pms rub soothing. N..ursb.lm oo EXPERTSERVICE seal at Starkx, Florida this February Florida. IV CIRCUIT COURT. lr LIvlno-ston-Truby It
painful i ii 27, 1847.OFFICIAL rOUNTY. FLOItlUAl l.V' CHAM. .
% ipnci turn 10 work in..ntlp. 3-7 4t ( ,, .. Sul: > Division to
for Pit.
Pun lubiidM. fr 0'* sonic. blood. 'frowinsIhrnush ( "HEAL) A. J. Thomas, Atty. 8-29 I CKItY.Lorraine. Town of Starke 28' 12 Enoch Tyson
eunnMed ., iv.. tenswxl lite As Clerk of sulil Court Rofeorts Plaintiff I vs. .
Defendant. Lota 1 and B 85 ft. of i i
T to mrr, Kilt ':mufclsi, 1 he miieriMouird By Lucille C. Conoer D. C. iv i IK;i'IT' ronrr. IIHAIIFOHU. Maurice Robert, Case Lot 2 of Block 27 Llv. r"
by ....,n, oxpoiura or (Minus sre Zuch. H. 1".1I1r1..1I.. Ualnesvllle, Fla. I ocnrr' *. FI.OHIIMI m ChARq.s.ltY No. 5467 Imrmon-Truby. Co's
Eli.vcd. SciintlKa .......!/Train. Nou... I. AllY. for I'lf. 2-2U 4t S-ai I ORDER OJ!' PUBLICATIONAND !Sub Division to Town
works lot sad fffffiftu/y Eugene A. Ollshenan. Plaintiff vs.Phyllis | NOTICE TO APPEAR I of Stark: < 28 8 22 A. T Paul
Also' .nd for tils of STATE OK FLORIDA to: Maurice
"sr relief asurslilcpuni. iv: THK rmciirr In: WHT or May Ollshenan Defendant. Block 29 lot 3 -
still neck. rfr d buck muKlei, elicit FlORIDA, 100.: "TH JITUICIAl.CrRCVIT Case No. 6466.'HIIElt Roberts,. whose residence la un LIvlna-xton-Trubjt except A Co',
Kjr.n.* due la coIJi tingling: or burninnsiiisciejis : IN bASIl Poll Bit A.IIF \ OF PUBLICATION: known. ". "Sul DivIsion Townof
( of ihe ikln.: tlrsti-buralas (tot. ..KI rovncrv.' FI.OHII iv: AND NOTICF! TO APPEAR You are required to appear on "Clarke to Joe Hogan
4' Neursbilm' ,Ii Rr..>oleil and wimlcH lo Jtt 4.IIANVIIHY.: : e STATE OF. FLORIDA to- Phyllis April 7, 1947 In the above Lot 3' of Block 48. Llv-28 8 22
Iht ikm. So ouo.hlnll. to CLIIAN and Paul Bryan Patterson. 'May Ollshenan. whose residence I.: named court and cause wherein tna-stnn-Truhy A Co'sSub .
relrnhinR' to uw. Whoa you want fail sod Plaintiff fin London Street Mfc. Hawthorne plaintiff seeks divorce. 'Bradford I
welcome ,.' from Bmir.Uic and muKiiUrtctttt County Telegraph. shall. publish this : Division. to Townof
vs. DIVORCE Perth Western Australia.
: T. J. Alderman.
.and Stark 28Fractional 8 I 22
puni rub with Nnirahalm. Issues.
Veal Order In next four weekly
Ruth Wilbur Patterson '" ate reniilred to appear on
r.luoct Slxp. better . Ap-: Block 10 North
fast better highly Witness my hand and official
Defendant 7 947 In the above
named -
..... of 12th Street and
praised Or( Follow direction in ... : West
Vol.1 NOTlClfl Tt) APPEAR' AND Court and 'Oil".". wherein plain. seal at "Starke Florida. this March I of Walnut
At drugstore la 25 and Street
*. 794) 'I.as bottle.. 5 1947.
OIIDBU 01" PUBLICATION: tiff seeks dl vor"e. Bradford County ,
Addition to Town
M03ERN- CLEAN SOOTHING Chas. C. It appearIng hy affidavit that Telegraph ou"rh publish this OrderIn (OFFICIAL SEAL! ) A. J. Thomas, of Starke 28 6 I 22 Unknown
A Clerk of said Court.
said cause taiil! Bryan Pattersonvs. next weekly i..uee.Witness Lot 4 of Block 2, City
Ruth Wilbur Patterson wherein my hrmd and official I Douglas' Oaln.. Flor .
hAt e. Park Suh-Dlvlslon 28 6 I 23 Mrs.' George Pierce
NEURA'BALM SS ShepherdAt Paul Bryan Patterson Is the Plaintiff seal At Starke Florida this March ida. for Plf. 8-T 3-28 Lot I of Block 11, Llv-
and Ruth Wilbur Patterson Is the 4. 1947. Ing-stnn-Truby & Co's
Defendant In the Circuit Court of OFFICIAL SHAD A.J. Thomas. IV CIRCUIT fOUIlT. BRADFORD Sub Division |* 6 I 23 Rosa Leggett
Z-WAY RELIEF FROM ACHES AND PAIN Gay's Service Station liradford County, Florida. In Chancery As Clerk of said Court. 'OI iVTY, KJ.tllill> \( IV CHAN: I.Lots 3-4-S of Block- in.
and In which cause the Plaintiff Rivers & A Anderson (Ireen Cove CKB.Y. Temple'tf Addition to
'4 : ;' 1C Is seeking a divorce that Ruth Springs, Fla. iAttys. Mary\ M Fetrusky Plaintiff vs.Oeortre : Town of Stark n.I 23 J. P. Roberts
1JIuJL' WHInir Patterson., the Defendant for Plf. 8-7 4t 3-28 A. Petrusky D. I endant. .

.- Case No. 5471.ORDER CARL JOHNS,
....,. : or r
: OF PUBLICATION .__ _u..v.yo.P r..v__.. _
Petrusky, whose residence is
unknown.You : NOTICENotice I II
I are required to app..ar. on I
April H, 1947 In the above
imniHd: Court and cause, wherein Is hereby given that the folrowlnir' described. lnml< '
j plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford sold at !public auction on the 29th: day of March. 1947 at 12 o'ciol
County Telegraph shall publish this at the City Hall In Starke, 10.1..... to pay. the amount due for MMIJ
Onler In next four weekly Ismies.Witness herein. s..t opposite- the same. ,. together with alt costs of i...
L? : my hand and official and advertising.
0 svimming day seal I at Starke, Florida this March
I every 5. 1947OFFICIAL. Heserlptlon 8.... Tw'*>. Rg. 0......* Ami. H
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. IS, 218 ft. of N 108 ft. of
\s Clerk of said Court. E4,4n' NW\I\ 01 IJfo\4\ of28
:'ic1.k Mv Lucille C. (Conner D C. 8 II W. .A. Cook
H. 0 Brown Starke FlaAlly One lot 105 ft. .". In S'Velll'n
for Plf. a.? 4t 8-28 r ofSW\ of8Wt, 28 6 23 Unknown
-- Com at 8W Cm' of Madi.son _
c lit Hay St. and run

E: All:NOTICE persona TO having. CRKUITOHH:claims or* de.mands S 138 ft. for a p4. of
bec.. thence W
run 101
riJHEEE: against. the estate of Blanche tO
534 105
c (I. Herlona, f.:' f.t"I: :
deceased are hereby
'1 are 1018of surprising uses for modem thermometers notified and 13% pt 0 '
required to file their b...,. 28 8:2 I,

t t C 1.' 5 ; but well bet you nevei heard oi one that goes JT claim-d"e of 1n Bradford the office County of the, Florida County, Corn of at"'Elto NE of Cot', NE. of. NE and: Unknown I

? 1 .' swimming every day.' and sometimes several times a In Florida the County Courthouse at Starke, run 1:1 60 It.. W 100 't .
eight calendar
I a 50 ft.. iii 100 Ft. to
day. a months from the date of the first OlNb pt'n
'.v 8 12 Ol..nn E. McIntosh
publication of this notice. or the Lot a of Block 82. J. 11.

; I . Here-at the lAX Brewing Company we have an amphibious same to law will become void according Jobtis. Addition 2S. 8 12 !\ary B. Maloney
N 1231 tt. of lot 2 and
thermometer that swims through the full length Thl February 17. 1(47. lot a and S'Ar of lot.4
of "Mr. Turtle our huge, modem and highly scientific: A.MARK Administrator B. HERLONO.: of the nf block... Co'2. .LIvingstonTruby AddItion.21 6 23 W. T. Weeks, .II''

I pasteurizer right along with thousands: oi' bottles of estate long*, deceased.of .Blanche O. Her Lot lon-T..uby 8 of Block&11.Co'Llvln.a.Ad-

golden. mellow lAX Beer. \. 3-7 4t 3-38 dillon 31 6 U Carl. Hitch
Lot 4 0' Block
I. C I It y
If s not -a sporting swim. however. This thermometer IV: 'CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD Park Suh-Dlvl.l..n IS. 23 "Walter, Redman
f ('DIVVY Lot a and S4 01 lot 4 01
I means business. It's a complicated automatic: .. Block I e. Llvln"Nlon.Tr..bY.6 .

Kathleen Hall Bond. Plaintiff. 9" Co' Addition B8 S II 1". m. Prince'
recording that double-checks the Lots
Joseph F. Bond Defendant. Case 1-I.U-U14 01 BIll.

', $ing temperatures at point and right down to No. 11412. 10. Living.ton.'rruby ..
every a ORDER] OF PUBLICATION Co' 'A.ldltlon II' 22 Earl O.orc.
tenth of a degree. AND NOTICE: TO APPEAR Lot I nf mock 30. LIviflgstn.Ttuby -
J &

'c, : "V X The purpose of this swimming thermometer is to F Abbey Iond., list whose Street residence New York I II Hotel tot Addition 7 of Block 80, LI'v.'nc..tonTruby .U I U C. D. Johns

.1iI make certain that every step of the pasteurizing process N.... TorI&' City & Co'
You are required to'appear .... Addition U 5 U F. H. P.ckbam
: Is done exactly right. Sure there are plenty of April' 7. 1947. In the above ttata a-4 0' Block U. Llv_
$1 named Court and cause, wherein In.lllnn.Truby 6 Co'
stationary recording thermometers on the outside of the plaintiff seeks annulment and re.storatlon 8ub.DIYI.lon U 6 21 Unknown

pasteurizer but we take no chances. lAX Beer must be ford County of Telegraph Maiden name.shall publish Brad Lots S-4 01 Blnck 6 411. Liing'.tonTruhy Co',. _

perfect in detail. this Order In next four weekly Is Sub Dlvlllion 18 5 12 Nellby K.. Jackson
every sues. 3 0' Block U. Llv

The swimming thermometer is only one'small Wltnss my hand and official seal ingstnn.'J'ruby & Co'. ,
ta- part at Starke, Florida, thla March 8. Sub DIY .lOR as I 22 Julius Butler
of our quarter-million dollar improvement program toi 1947. 710Io'PIC'IAL II 47.811 ft.Livingttlon.Truby n' lot 1 01 Block
SEAL) A. J. Thomas, :
give you better service and to maintain the absolutely A* Clerk of said Court. Co's Sub Division 628 S II 1laltl. Lucile Brm.r
:. :; Mr Lucille C. Conner D. C. Lot a of Rlook U. Livingaton.Truhy '

.l unbeatable quality of lAX. the Drink of Friendship.Wouldn't Martin .1. Pearl. 803 Graham Bldg. Co'
iki Division
Jackeonvlll. Fla. 18 6 22 T. J. Alderman
i : you enjoy a satisfying. cheering glass of Atty. for. Pit. 3-7 4t 1-28 Lot all S U-U-U and ESj: 01 nl 10 Block and

i 'Is... lAX Beer right now? ...I CIRCUIT Corn?. BR1DFOROCpWVTY. Town 36. P..k'0' .Stark.Addition to .

FI.OHIHAI IV CHA.V.. Lot a of Block IS. Ternpie -2. 21 .1. Eo Sullivan

Herman Schram Plaintiff. v... Mary p... Addition lit 6 21 .1. P. Roberts
.t. 4-5 ,
0 f Block

Liaej.soe; JAX: BREWING; COMPANY Schram.ORDER Defendant.OF PUBLICATION Case No. 5433. ra.tI""al Temple's BttJck Addition III North 11.3 It I U .1.. .!'. Roblrdl' .

thItr".t: .
W"wt ,
Ii1 g STATE OF FLORIDA tot Mary 0' \\'ainul Street
Schram whose residence and ad- pIe's ,
drone 1st II4&. Phelan place Bronx of IJlark.
New York. n I 21 t'nknowa. ,
I Yon are required to appear tanMarcia .
24. 1941. In the aboveaL CARL JOHNH Ctr.'o" 01
Taz Collector,


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