Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
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Publication Date: January 12, 1945
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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,J' By T. Sgt. A. W. Anderson Jr.December. ,

'j 25, 1944 Official County Publication....;. Established In 187'1 : I

i ) It doesn't seem like Christmas: no bite of frost Is In the 4
iu. air don't see gaily decorated trees through parlor window
,I, ; you f.,
'Jit at Grandmother' with the family reunion. But

It IS.;Christmas I'm not Day the calendar Bays It's Christmas/ ; plainlyhows' Two Local Men Red Cross Organizer Cooks Grocery March Of !

In reel and white that lt'. December 25th. At Rotary Club,, Dimesr
r .. e r

Yesterday, Christmas Eve, ,we had a Yuletide program In our Reported MissingIn Fund Mrs.representative Eleanor F.of Cone the American War- Unique Store ;

, amphitheater, which la now greatly Improved 'from the makeshift Red Cross, was guest speaker Under Way Here x j
affair of a month ago. The new large high; fully inclosed stage at the Rotary Club Wednesday

faces the terraced hill Which curves evenly In a semicircle' half laying the groundwork for

way around the'circUmference of the natural amphitheater, afford ActionJoseph the organization's annual fund Changes HandsAnnouncement Chairman Fred Guy Names Committee

ing seating' space and an unobstructed view of the stage to crowds drive which will be staged in
i to 2,000. March. Heads To Assist In Drive :

up 9.1'the H. English Fireman lilt Theme of the camplgn this was made yes For
sitting there last night looking appropriately dec- Paralysis Fund
And class U. S. Navy has been reported year will be "Keep Red Cross at terday of the sale of Cook's Grocery ;
I and else couldn't help but think at
orated stage everyone missing in action, according HI Side", Mrs. Cone stated, and located Just north of townon
least a little about Christmas. The Yuletide decorations were to a message from the War she descrl bed In an effective Highway 13, to C. M. Cannon The 1945 fund-raising1 appeal of the National Foundation :h r

, masterpieces of se8.llonal"adornment. Encircling the three wallsof Department r e- manner a few of the many instances : who comes to Starke from Lake for Infantile Paralysis in celebration of the President's

the Interior was a broad band of white silk. Above this band, elved by his 1 where Red Cross has : City, where he has been engaged birthday was opened Saturday night in a coast-to-coaat

reaching to the.celUng.) and below It, down to the floor the walls parents Mr. and brought that little I touch of In the grocery business for several broadcast over a' national network and the campaign will

were concealed, with red silk. The silk was obtained from para. Irs. Robert H. "home" 'to men. "who needed it years. continue through Jan. 31.

chutes. Streaming from their point of attachment in the center 'English!: on Jan. most The business*, doing one of'' the In discussing the local drive, Fred Guy, chairman for

of the ceiling were alternate bands of red and green crepe paper, i. The telegram largest volumes In this trade Bradford County, stated: "Last year America sustained the

each streamer a colorful new-moon crescent as it bowed from it's 'equested that Date Set area has been closed since Sun second worst epidemic of infantile paralysis ever to hit the
to the termination point where the wall and ceiling to Information for day Dec. 31, when the former
, beginning nation In the history of the disease.' More than! 18,000 pea i
the Earl I
concerning owner Cook announcedthat "
side of the tied
meet. At either stage were dummy curtains ,
lame of the he was "fed up" and was pie were stricken and many :
back each made of two full-width lengths of crepe paper, one of 1944's victims will require
I hip and other $ henceforth going to confine his
width green the other red. Cellophane turned the stage lightsto [ 'acts be disclosed Red Cross:MeetingA activities to his farm. medical'care and treatment l'f f.

n bright-hued colors. Two large red "DD's", Insignia of the at the present Mr. Cook had been In the BHS To Play for a long period of time.

na nn Dixie Division, were centered on each half of the backdrop.: Dec. time. Young i grocery business here for 13 Benefit Game "We dd not know what is M Min

oration credit goes to two friends,, of mine, Sgt. James Bass English )had lived In Starke practically meeting of the Bradford years starting hi'' a small way For Polio FundCoach store for this county or
(Mobile) and Ftc Tom Krause (Holland N. Y.) both in our Signal ; all of his life and has County Chapter of the American with his father the late Earl other
any county of the nation -
I Red Croat was held .Tuesday'aft.ernoon
friends here who will
Company.. many con- Cook Sr. By virtue of hard .
James ,IIobtM announced in 1945. But it is
Jan. 9, at :2 o'clock in up
.' tinue to hope with his parent, work and low prices their business
yesterday that 'proceeds to all of
the Chapter Office. Judge E us who value 'the
that word will be received
Eve) opened at 1800 with a carol sing some enjoyed a phenomenal
The Christmas program from the basketball
health and welfare
K. and of Ameri-
from him later date. He Perryman provided reports
? and reading of the Christina story; At 1900 we had a movie at a growth and for many years the game to be played Tuesday
were. given the ca's children
had been In the Navy two on I following: to prepare now
s Wallace Beery In "Barbary Coast Gent." 2100 ushered in the Jan 10 and was on sea yearson dutyIn Junior Red Cross1,'ty Mrs. Wil- doors stayed 24 open even days a night Jan 16, between BUS for any eventuality" the chairman
week hours
a day.
event of the evening, our Division Band Christmas Show. Under the Pacific. liam Morse; Volunteer Special: and Branford, wUl be donatedto stated.

the watchful baton of Its commander-arranger-maestro Chief Services by Mr*..,,.Junlus Smith; Several years ago the over the Infantile Paralysis Mr. Ouy' announced yesterdaythe

Warrant Officer John I* David (N. Y. City), the band presenteda Mrs. M. C. Wells, the former Camp and Hospital by Mrat K. crowded small building was Fund The game start at following committee: chairmen .
notable perfbrmance Its repertoire of Chrlatmas music. Guest Miss Edna Hutto of Starke, received O. Duncan: Home Service by Rev. abandoned and a large modern 7:30 p. m. In the Starke Armory who will assist him In making -
structure took admlmilon tSo and !SOc.
I Its place.I The :
artists contributing to the program Included Jane Randolph ARC word Wednesday that her Grover AUaov.1; ; dge Perryman the Bradford County drive a.ucce.a
the Fihaaclal\ sale of the business to Mr.: Can Thin should be a bang-up
, attractively: dressed ''In an evening gown (first we'd seen in husband Sgt. Mallon C. Wells read Report pre non did not include the building, game," Coach Hohbn states : Cltlcens) Committee N.
i from "AveMaria" has been missing In action )in pared by F ,1ff\\ Stump, Chapter Sttrnberg; Publicity, E. L. Matthews
months) who sang several compositions ranging Treasurer.,. :Mrs, J. P. Higgln- it was sald.Recently.> "..* Branford now liolita the
In Your and GI club. The Belgium since Dec. 22. ; School V. R. Ferguson;
i to "Smoke Gets Eyes, a glee botham r e p r eented the Staff Mr. Cook felt that the Suwannee champion.
proceedings also Included a magician with a clever little bag Assistants Corp at. the meeting. strain of 18' year of high tension ship. Two new player., Special 1 Events J. P. Hlggin-
Edwin McRae Wins operation In the George Shuford, forward and botham; Ticket Sale Miss Louise
full of tricks.A It was) decided that the Annual grocery
candle light protestant service was scheduled for 2200 $25 War Bond American Red Cross meeting for business was beginning to tell Charles Thornton center, Smith.Snyder; Special Gifts, Junlua M.
added to the
on his health and this strength
but had to be postponed a Uttle while. As luck would haveIt Bradford County would be' held
Club Work Starke The Special Gifts committeewill
For Pig difficulties of keeping com line-up.
Tuesday Jan. 30, at 8 p. m., in
. the enemy picked 2200 as zero hour for an air raid."Charlie" the Methodist petent help, Influenced his decision BUS resumes Its banket- make Its canvass next week

sneaked In, dropped bombs and ran. But we I About 100 4-H Club boys of Ing. All members the American to sell out. ball schedule tonight (Friday Mr. Guy stated, and donations of

cheered as we watched one of our night fighters hoot, down Bradford county under the supervision Red Cross are urged to planto Mr. Cannon announces that the ) by meeting Waldo In the any amount to this fund will be

running) raider and gloated as the mortally wounded enemy of County Agent L. T. be at that important meeting. store will be reopened Monday.He armory at ':SO. welcomed. Of the total amount

felt In flame Into the sea just In front of our beach. And Dyer, participated in the Food. The Nominating Committee for and his ,wife will make their rained from the drive, a portion
F for-Vlctory ,program last year. home in the is sent to the National Foundation
so another yellow-bellied. fatherless child of Nippon joinedhi the Annual Meeting was appointed apartment over the
These. farm boys produced approximately business. while the remainder goes Into
ancestor! and consist of: Rev. Grover
*, ''. I, the following crops Alison, Mrs. Junius Smith and 1 14 Men Report the treasury of the county
I 45 120 committee for use
.' and livestock: acres corn locally.
Men died last night. A sobering thought. Men, who at I hogs 12 calves,,6.acres vegetable C. H. Naswort the Anfual}y. Further details Methodists Seek Power In Dime

ten .p. 'THt' 'were"looktrHf.-- their ,Christmas packages from fcropll,' and 30 hems gardens. be presented on IJa r. Meeting will\ $1400 Quota In The drive' In Bradford County

home* reading 'and writing letters, Were laughing and talking Sever,gf of the boys who made Crusade for Christ' For InductionLocal will be: climaxed by' the annual
about the shows they'd seen and the- people they knew., [ outstanding records with their Birthday Ball which will be staged

At ten-thirty men'were dead; never again would they read projects'' received State premiums Military' Rites Members of the Starke Methodist at the USO Club, Temple &

and write letters home, or laugh and talk, or 'see a show. through the State 4-H Club For Jos. A. Conway Church are now In the Board No. 1 announces Washington Streets Friday '

They had died unheroically, a vain sacrifice to the cause.for Agent, R. W. Blacklock. Held Here SundayPfc. midst of a concerted drive to that the following men reported early night stages Jan. 23.of However the fund-raising, In the 1

which we fight. A grim reminder of the ruthless and crafty Winners of State awards given ; raise $1400 as the local quotaIn to Camp Blanding for induction < appeal Chairman Guy; Is placing

enemy ,that chooses a time like Christmas Eve Jo. deal out by Florida Chain Store associa- Joseph A. Conway 42, Methodism's $2 .OOO.000 campaign Into the armed' forces on emphasis. on the March of Dimes.
his hate and destruction.After tion, Orlando, were Edwin Mc brother of Lacy Conway of ; for world relief and re. Thursday Jan. 4: The following par agrapha on ||
Rae a 125 War Bond for 1st Starke, died .Wednesday. Jan. 3, construction-the first phase of J. B. RUBS, Louis Isaao Thomas "Dime Power" tell the story: [\
., : the i "all clear" our candle' light' service continued. At prize for outstanding record In in Kennedy G e n e ral Hospital the denomination's n a t ion-wide Jefferd David Hampton, Oscar It wan a small atone that J

midnight there was Mass for our Catholic men. pig club work. The following Memphis, Tenn., after an extended Crusade for Christ program of Wesley Davis, Percy Lamon slew the giant, Goliath t Like
.' . boys received war savings stampsas illness resulting from Injuries post-war service."Expenditure Dukes Virgil Milton Jordan, that small stone a little dime

By fortunate and welcome coincidence: a mall boat came in their reward. received In :March 1943 during of the Crusade Earl Donald H an. o n, Marcus dropped Into a March of Dime
'Conner, $5 for 6th In fund by the regular general Fred Reddish, Joseph Alphonso
and yesterday :-and todaY. many of .us received packages, letters Doyle the North African campaign.A container become a powerful
club Work, Harry Nelson agencies of the Church will Martinez, Horace Edward Dyal
and greetings from home none' of which subtracted from'our pig . native of Clay County Con- pro. weapon of destruction against
Green, $2.50 for 8th )In'corn; Ish- way was a veteran of two wars, vide for feeding the hungry James ,Truby Walnwrlght, James another giant enC"my-lnfantUe
Christmas spirit.. mal Hays, $2.SO for 3th In poultry having first Joined the Army In clothing the destitute, and free- Eldon Purdee, Percy' Drew Reddish .
And .Yuletlde, Is not without It's comedy'relief. On my and Ernest Wells 91 for 9th 1919. After a year of military Ing the minds and spirits of the Thomas Arnold .Wasdin. paralysis.The

; supper lat night I passed the Headquarters Company In poultry;. In addition, Edwin service he swab discharged, and ignorant, the underprivileged, the combined power of dimes,
bulletin bo&rdmy( detachment menses 'with- Hq. Co.) >where McRae.w... awarded a gold med returned to Starke'where he was driven and the dispossessed" ac Dr. Ham Heard '' contributed each year by the
of milling al as county champion In pig club cording to an explanation by the American poople to March
my,progroM wan abruptly arrested by the sight a employed at the 8. R. John
each Thomas pastor the Rev. W. J. Church- By Large AudienceA of Dimes, In Celebration of thel'reeldent's
throng of privates crowding about the PaneL.The' "wellwhadayaknows" work given year by store for several years. He enlisted
make It
., E. Wilson of Wilson and Co., )in 1924 and Birthday
: "how about .thata", and '.'ain't that sump- in the Afmy well."The capacity congregation heard possible for every Infantile
Chicago. Each year Mr. Wilson had served there ever since. Crusade Is Methodism's1organized
In's" piqued my curiosity to the quick, and finally I managed 'to the message delivered by prophet- paralysis. victim, regardless ofage
gives a gold medal the'county The accident In which he received response for assumingIts
to ,elbow myself Into a one-oyed view of the center of attraction champion and a $50 gold watchto injuries'that finally proved part in meeting the unsettled evangelist Mordecai Ham at the race, creed> or color, to '
A typewritten sheet stating: "Duty Roster. Chrl t. the State Champion. fatal occurred when a Jeepin conditions and vast staggeringneeds Tabernacle Monday night. Besides receive the brit medical care

mae K. P..j First Sergeant "Duck Butt' Byrne Master Sergeant These prem 1 u m m, Mr. Dyer which he was riding collided created by the second local groups, enthusiastic available. All over the country -
.." "Mice'Trap" Bernstein, but reward World War delegations from Hampton, Key In arvan Invaded by Infantile
"Cue, Kara, Tech Sergeant IItates 'are not large, with a French truck. The Jeep Mr. Churchwell
Staff Sergeant "Big Nlg" Kl er, Staff Sergeant "Grease the boys for their efforts In this turned over several times and said.The tone, Lawtey, Theresaa Camp paralysis lout Hummer
Blanding and Jacksonville took this money WM on hand to provide -
Monkey" Lecroy, Staff Sergeant "Alpine" Olnewtra. food production program and give Conway received serious head in local drive Is being directed
Incentive for them to do even He returned to the by L. D. Vinlng, chairmanof the opportunity to hear this prophetic early medical care which
the K. P.) Just juries. was
who always
the ( the difference
privates mean
Naturally message. may
better club work in 1945. States in September 1943 and remained church finance and membersof
couldn't believe' It. But lo and behold, this morning's mess line the Board of Stewards. What a high and holy tank Is a life of crippling or
In the until his
proved that the kings were K.P's. and K. P's. were kings. And ,that of the preacher. His mission normal recovery.

; the roster's nicknames are well deserved: "Duck Butt" Byrne Is Challenging MessageTo death.Funeral services were held The pastor ann unces that was never more Importantand These mode dimes are now

so called because he is short legged and built close to mother Be BroughtBy Sunday afternoon at' 3 o'clock in "The Church of Ladocla" will be his message never ao much bearing Interest far "beyond

earth like a duck. "Casey" Just rhymes with Karns; he's been in Pastor the Baptist Church, at Starke the subject at the morning service needed as today. For a man to financial calculation. Remember
I "Mice Baptist ,, have the Spirit of God press hometo thin and contribute to the 1015
the Is his first K. P. since 1935. Lewis D. Haines next Sunday. Congregational
this Rev.
Army 19 years and with the his heart the word of the March of Dimes, January 1481. .
Trap" on Bernstein is our corruption, of maestro; for he's our Sunday morning Jan. 14, at 11 officiating. Interment was in singing will be featured at the Apostle: "Preach the Word", Is .

big operator and master of ceremonies when we need to talk o'clock the' Rev..' Lewis D. Haines Prevatt Cemetery with full military evening service and the topic will for that man to be ordained to

someone out of something. "Big Nig" is our leading crap shooter pastor of the F I r s t Baptist honors; Including a firing be "Phillip, the Evangelist". the highest task to which human LieutenantGets
but always craps'' out when shooting for big nig (10)). "Grease Church, will bring a challenging squad from Camp Blanding. Ar- icings apply their attention. Its
Monkey" is self explanatory for Lecroy-he's our motor mechanic message for the day In which we rangements were in charge of Geneva Minishu possible that another evening Highest Honor
of Italian mountains) Glnestra live: "Is Jesus Coming Back?" It DeWitt C., Jones and pallbearerswere with Dr. Ham may be had In the
sergeant. And "Alpine" (mightiest affectionately known will be a message of Importanceand the following members of Mrs. Geneva Minishu of Homerville near future as he returns from 1st Lt. Beryl Newman whose
Is our Italian-born platoon sergeant, also break and interest to all who have loved the: American Legion Post: S. E. Ga., died at her home appointments in South Florida.Mr. home was formerly Bareboo, Wis.,

aa "Pago.: The privates are enjoying the 24-hour volunteered ones facing dangers.The : Sparks, Van' H. Garden A. J. there Jan. 4. She was a daughter ., and Mrs. Walter Zvoda, was among seven men receiving
the K.P's. are catching a razzing. Actually the NCO's Sunday School will 'study Thomas, N. b. Walnwrlght Jr., of Mr. and Mrs, Oliver L. with pictures and lecture on the Congressional Medal of Honor

for the detail to give the trlpelegs men a day off and the begi n n In" of Our Lord's Robert G. Green and George Brown of this city and a sisterof Palestine, 'will conduct a meeting from 'President Roosevelt at

are turning in a creditable performance despite their Inxperlence. Earthly Ministry with HI command Long. Mrs. Janet Tyler, Mrs. Freda Saturday night Jan. 13. Mr. the White House Tuesday,

This morning we all slept, late. The delicious dinner exceededeven ,- "Thou shall worship the Surviving Conway are his Brantley, Mrs. Beulah Jarls and Zvoda, who spent much time in He Is now a part of Camp

.the Thanksgiving. feast I told you of. Roast turkey rice Lord thy God, and Him only shalt mother, Mrs Barbara Conway Mrs. Doris Moore of this city. Palestine securing these pictures, Blanding' IRTC and his current
giblet meal dressing olives English peas cranberry thou serve." and two sisters, Mr*-, Pauline She la also survived by her rives interesting detail of this' ambition Is to find a home
gravy corn hot rolls and fresh. butter coffee At 6:15: p. m. ,the Training .Miclette and Miss Ruby Conway husband, Lawrence L. Minishu of key country of the Universe.On near here for his wife and !three
sauce, pineapple pie, this'rare good food Unions will study "How all of Jacksonville; and five Homerville, Ga., three brothers. Tuesday and Wednesday children who are going to Join
and iced grapefruit Julce; So, much did I enjoy custom of God makes Himself known to brothers. I*' W. and EX K. Conway Ancll O. Brown, somewhere In night Jan. 18 17 there will be him.Lt.
that I, was almost tempted to revive the old Roman to the man". of Jacksonville, Lacy, W. L. the South Pacific, Albert L. two Christian' Alliance Missionaries \ Newman was awarded the

stepping out back when *"". regurgltatingand: ,returning The, evening hour of worship and E. F. Conway of Starke. Brown USA, and Carl Brown of at the Tabernacle, one from medal for gallantry. above and

table to eat all over again. will feature a half hour of "Songa H. was ,member.of the BapJjrt Starke. French West Africa on Tuesdayand beyond the call of duty, whUe
.. You Request" and the pastor will Church 'and the American the other from South China participating in the breakthrough

The Red Crow gave each and every one of us a Chrl tma bring an evangelistic story from Legion. W. S. Futch Dies on Wednesday The latter was at the Anzlo Beachhead

present, a. neat box containing gum candy, two packs of fags, the Word of God: "I See Four Interned for six months. in Hong last May. During the action he
cards kl. pouch (for tobacco or for keep- Men". USO Social.Hour William SUM Futch 89, died Kong. killed two Germans, wounded two
pout waterproof
this humid climate), WnKtaM "It is hoped that each of you at his home In Leesburg on Jan. Regular services at the Tab- and captured eleven, while leadIng -
lug your. wailet'from moulding bai? Orated peanuts will accept the Invitation that I fa The Sunday afternoon Social 3. He was a native of Bradford ernacle will be held In between. his men well out In frontof
book ru pocket photo ease .address extended to you to attend these Hour at the USO Club Templeand County ahd'Ilvod for( many yearsat the platoon.Lt. .

and a novel'r- 0 .services' ''and feel the welcome Washington streets, was Hampton ,where he reared his No Tag Extension Newman went overseas to
J. 'j;, ,- and- that Is offered you." the pastor sponsored by the girls from the family.' He moved to Leesburg Ireland in 1942, and served In

Considering the geographicall.location the tactical situation. stated., State Farm. After an old-fash- after retiring In 1928. He Is survived Tax Collector C. A. Knight t 're the North African and Sicilian
world condition In general, t would say that we had a very coned "sing", delicious refreshments by his wife, Mrs. Martha ceived a telegram from Tallahassee campaigns, receiving wounds In
well Christina Next December 23th we want but one present Mack Futch returned to the were served by Misses Lor- rail Futch; two sons, TrumanG. this week stating that both. He is an ex-National

from long-bearded Kris Krtngle: HOKE-Where our hearts are. University In Gainesville Sunday ene Moncrief, Melba Stringfel- and Arthur A. Futch of Lees- there would be no extension' of guardsman and was a ''member.of .
after spending two weeks here low, Mary Jo Caldwell, Lila Rae burg; and a daughter, Mrs. the time for purchasing 1945 the ROTC. He la going to be
tonight and give us a with his parents Mr. and Mr. Caldwell Melverna Thornton and Emma E. Campbell of Seminole auto license tag beyond Monday. stationed at Camp Blanding for
And may the Japple stay away C. A. Futch. Sara Emma Crew near Largo. Jan. 15.: the present time.
much-needed rest.





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transferred to Jacksonville where
Recent MarriagesJames
t Mrs. H. L. Johns spent a few IA Leach and Anna Gay I
j I i' days last week with her son-In- Drlskell.
) $" Established 1877 law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.
I 1 Emuel Thornton and
t :,t t E. U Matthew.r___ Editor and Owner 4i ? :Johnny Andrews of Lake Butler. Graves.
f,' !
,' Mrs Ragon Pace and little .
\ Walton demons, Jr., and Marie
f i. : Published Weekly on Friday and Entered as Second Class Matter daughter, Norma Jean of Ft.
u lm r0' F' y ti, Knight
'f' ;{,; at the Pout Office at Starke, Florida. Myers were visiting Mr. and: Mrs.
\ M. L. Johns and family recently.
.' '' LIKE A DASH of cold I AT FIRSTSIGN '
Japanese Balloons 0 Agricultural teacher V. R. Fer-
t water in the face was the y J.LHARRELU gerson of Starke was visiting In OF A -'D COMES FIRST AT

; And Nazi Saboteurs prediction in Tuesday An Irishman in Dublin once get to the table, Dan: Q., R. the New River section Saturday. : O _

l' Portend U. S. Sabotage morning papers that the wrote a long letter to his brother D., Ruffle and myself filled our : LAPPE, BAKERY{
Eastern Seaboard of the who bad migrated to New York. plates brim full, while Steve took You keeplluyiDgWARBONDS ust:666iC :
N United States might be attacked by German robot He said It wasn't the length of only a spoon full "Just for appearances r _

( bombs-possibly within the next two months. the letter that made him puff sake". Yea, you I ld.l'zepai atlitAi Ltierf rJJ
, ',' This was not the prediction of an idle globe-gazer, and sweat so to write It, but the guessed it! Steve ate more of
: ; distance It had to travel beforeit that dern goat than all the rest
but rather the cool, calm opinion of a fact-facing Army
i could be delivered! Well, I of
us put together. Not only
[ ;: officer who had arrived in a certain Eastern Seaboard
Just finished a long letter to our that but he had strength enough
t I1fc\ city for the purpose of studying ways and means of son. Bill, who Is somewhere in that afternoon to cut more cross
I \ coping with such an attack, if and when it comes. France and now I'm ao tired-out ties than he'd cut during the

't By some strange quirk of human nature, we Americans that I don't feel like going across whole three days previous! Steve .

1' still largely belong to the "It Can't Happen Here" town. to'mall. It. was a whole lot hungrier than he '% HAVE
IA It school. We still refuse to shake off our complacency thought he was before he tasted
in spite of two recent glaringly real examples that Won talking to one of my old that first mouthful of goat meat I

the Nazis and Japs have plans to shatter our home- young friends, Dan Starling, stew. .
the other day and he mentioned : I
front calm, whether we like it or not.
something about rating a Koeffee being at home, I
What do you make of the, fact, Mr. Easy Going big Christmas dinner. Thin recalled don't have to go to the pout office -
American, that to date a total of three mysterious Japanese to mind the time that he, now except when the mall
balloons have been found in the Northwest life Dad, J. Q: Futrh and I ate train passes through. With one

,1 States Columnist Drew Pearson says, "It. is still a.. dinner" with the late R. D. Grif of the boys at home, the good
matter of guess-work' as to what motive the Jape have' fiN It watt during those tough! wife Is so busy bustling around

in launching them, but the best guess is that they are times that America went the kitchen she doesn't have
; aiming sabotage against the Grand Coulee or Bonne- through just before ,Uncle time to make me trot over
I :, ville dams If either one could be blown up, not only Sam's hat was toHwed Into the every time a freight pulls by.
European arena the first time.I The last .letter we received
would there be terrific loss of life through flood, but
had been having cross ties from Bill he said It
was mighty
:, vital industries in Washington and Oregon would
1 7, cut, but was trying to wiggle out quiet In the part of France wherehe
have to shut down for lack of power. of a losing proposition when Dan was, but that he wasn't hankering ,
Mr. Pearson' also reports that J. Edgar Hoover's Steve and J. Q. almost forced me for, any excitement. Now
alert G-men have come to the conclusion that the balloons to give 'em a Job cuttln' ties fora that seems a little odd for Bill. V
were launched from Jap submarines prowling dime a throw \ Heretofore he was never satisfied -

close to the Pacific Coast, just as the two Nazi sabo- If you remember those meatlessand unless there was a lot-- of
teurs recently arrested in New York were landed on wheatlesa days, you'll understand excitement going on, and he was
these shores from a German submarine off the coast what I'm talking; about right in the middle of it. I never
of Maine.,, when I say that Dan wasn't the did mind him having a little fun,
only hungry man to eat dinner but it ceased,, to be funny when
The Jap balloons and the Nazi saboteurs are undeniable with R. D. that day. he'd mention something, in my .
I evidence that our enemies are beginning to Dan had learned In some way wife's, presence, about a little a
.: think, more strongly than ever, in terms of internal that 11;. D. was going to serve event that took place in my past
; U. S. sabotage. Together with the warning from an goat meat stew for dinner. lie life that I'd rather. not talk to ,
":, Army official of a possibly impending robot bomb at- said he didn't like It, but wan her about.

tack, they give us easy going Americans something to hungry enough right then torat I don't do anything that I'm '

ponder over these long winter evenings. Perhaps, at anything. Steve said he ashamed for her to know-that ..
long last, the war is going to be brought closer to us never had been and never Is, not 1at.eIYJ.but at the same
would be hungry enough to ratKoat time I h a v e n't yet sprouted
than accounts in
j mere our newspapers and broadcasts
tewed, fried o r baked. I'm
I wings so careful. Anyway,
on our radios. The does not intend to let
enemy even ,.I. Q. wax like I was-Klad to this la one Christmas that she
one nation escape from this war without internal get his feet under a table with couldn't say my breath smelled AMERICA was'thrilled when supplies must go quickly to Mac-

scars. any kind of meat on It; especially like..a buck. barrel Thank AL. Douglas MacArthur Arthur's men. All of this material

good, tender, aromatic goodness,' breath tablets are first set foot on Philippine soil.We calls,for, double packaging to protect -
A Maine Schoolboy % IN SPITE of the apparent goat. still ten cents a box-even If
apathy of the so-call- Anyway, when we finally did they.are hard to get! now know from the long and des. it during the long ocean voyage

Seta Example We ed "average m a n-in-the- perate enemy resistance on Leyte and under tropical jungle condi-

Could {Well Follow street", there are still . . . . . . weekend.Mr. and Mindoro that victory is still tions. Military demands for pulpwood -

Americans thank Heaven New RiverBy and Mrs. Bruce Warren far away. are higher than ever before.

like Harvard Merrill Hodgkins, the 17-year-old and Mrs and Mrs. Raymond It is a long, hard road that leads
Maine schoolboy whose intelligence and alertness helped the School Brown of Worthington were re- BACK M ac ARTHUR
the F.B.I to capture the two Nazi saboteurs cent guests of, Mr. and Mrs. O. to Tokyo. That is why re-conver >
tioned above. men- . e . . . . VV. Andrews. sion plans have been put back on While MacArthur and his men are

On the night of November 29 young Hodgkins was We enjoyed our holidays very Troy Dukes, ,who has been thesheUandwarproductionsched- their way foot by foot
much. Now .
we're back 1n school. working at the hip yard in "
driving home from'a dance at a nearby town when he Pfc. Bud Moody 1*:home on a :Jacksonville has/a., SO day leaveto ales speeded up. through the Philippines, you canPULPWOOD

t i saw the two men trudging through the snow, carrying 35-day: leave. He haa been in build .a new home.H. help them by cutting every cord of i ii
heavy bags. Thanks to his Boy Scout in SHORTAGE ACUTE I'
training Iceland about 18 months. L. Johns and sons, Pledgerand ,i pulpwood you possibly can. Don't'let
I close observation, the lad noticed that the Mrs. Vera Bardon
strangers and daughter -
Emory, and grandson. Charlie One of the most needed materials their task be harder because
were wearing light-weight coats, despite the bitter Genevieve returned to their mAde a business trip to High
weather. He became suspicious, got out of the car, home In Canal Point i Sunday Springs last Monday. right now is pulpwood. Vast conthey lack ammunition, food or

followed their footprints in the snow and found that after spending two weeks with Miss Eloise Johns Is still thrilled voys loaded with all kinds of medical supplies.
',:I the tracks came from the seashore. He hurried home her brother and IIs er-ln-law, Mr over her holiday visit she

,; to report the incident to his father, a deputy sheriff, and Mrs. E. A. Sapp. had with Mr. and Mrs. C. H.* **
who in turn notified the F.B.I. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Brannen Cowen and family of Huntsville, **. :
If Harvard Hodgkins had been like folks of Lake Butler were visiting Mr. Ala. She also enjoyed a tour ,
i know he would have reasoned "Aw we and Mrs. Joe Moody Sunday. of Chattanooga, Tenn. VICTORY PULPWOOD COMMITTEE
4 it can't happen Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrewswere .
here. Why should I go making a fool of myself, track- visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Petty Officer 1-c (SK) CharlieP. L. T. DYER, Chairman. US
ing people around in the snow like an amateur detec- Andrews of Morriston Saturday.Mr. Cowen spent the week-end
tive? None of my business anyhow." lIe would have and Mrs. Mason Davis of with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns L. D. Vinlng; Hal EdwardsLester Kite, .

driven on to his comfortable home and snuggled down Tampa are enjoying a few 'days and stationed Lido Charlie, has been Hogan Smith, Tyler Jones, J. K, Douglas JI.'f/
Beach' Long
between the nice warm blankets. The two Nazi sabo- visit with her brother-in-law and !. .
sister Island, N. Y., .but has now been **
Mr and Mrs. Melton
teurs would have gone on their way unmolested, and f
perhaps by now two or three munitions plants would and children. I
have been blown sky high and hundreds of American I Visitors to Glen St. Mary's \

citizens killed or maimed for life. Nursery Mrs. C. E.lately Andrews were, Mrs.Mr.R.and R. vida !
But luckily there ARE Americans like Harvard I Andrew and Emory Johns. gran ,amigos . a CokeWHAT

Hodgkins. We only hope that there are enough like S. L. Crews and son, Bobby,
him to help America meet whatever crisis arises in attended the livestock market in ( A LIFE. PALS I) ,
the months to come. Gainesville Monday. '\ a
Seaman 1-c Shy Brown returned -

U. S. Pins Hopes O THAT OUR FARMERS few to week's camp visit in Maryland with his mother after a, ill f g ,

On Farm Workers are the principal hope of Mrs. Truby Hodges and brother ... ,
the Government in the Deloren. ;
In Pulpwood CrisisIV current pulp I wood crisisia Mrs. T. M. Crawford and children

apparent in a r cen b of Midway spent Saturday
statement by the War Production Board appealing for I'. 1\[, with Mr. and Mrs. A. P.

j greater pulpwood production for war in 1945. Johns and children.
"The pulp and paper industry needs Pvt. Seeber Moody enjoyed a
farmer-cut short leave ;
with> his
family durIng
wood", said WPB, "and everything should' be done by the holidays. He Is stationed
the industry and cooperating Government agencies to in Charleston, S. C. ,
stimulate production of wood by farm labor." R. R. Andrews is spending a

WPB blamed the failure of farm labor to return to few weeks. with Mr and Mrs. t b ,
1 woods work Lucian Thomas of Ft.
immediately after the harvesting season Myers. I It
for a sudden slump in mill receipts of pulpwood last Leslie Sapp spent two weeks ,7F :
.. fall. It urged> farm workers "to make the maximum in Mulberry with his uncle and .' ; I
aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. H. B. Hunt.
productive effort to assure a continuous flow of the Mr i "t
and Mrs. Delbert Greenof : ri
pulp and paper products so essential to a victorious Lake Butler were visiting Mr. :
prosecution of the "
war. and Mrs. J. S. Snowden last :
'The farmers of this country are no doubt bearing I I

"more than their share of the job of maintaining Home

.,. ."Front production. That's because the country has ;z N
I, )earned.that, } they can be relied upon to do whatever
.11 H3 i required of them. ,

.i* ,.Pulpwood is essentially a farm crop. Long before .t +

the war farmers learned that it is a good cash crop -v # =w5 ''iI a
to-be harvested during agricultural: .
seasons. Peak Id :
"Wartime prices have made it even more profitable IE You Want to

From now until spring planting the farmers of this Keep Your Home- . or; being ambassadors of good will in Panama
area can do ,
a mighty important job for the boys over :

seas and at the same time improve their woodlands and have reliable automobile Your American sailor gets around. In Panama, Pearl Harbor, Port
add to their income by cutting pulpwood. Moresby
insurance. A serious accident or Providence,you'll find him always being himself,-a friendly, good-natured #

0 Another\ 'orchid for Florida's new Governor Millard may result in the loss American. late a Cola is his easy-going invitation to share some fun or a song /

Caldwell. lie has announced that he will and refreshment with all comers. It's his of '
appoint of your home.Charley way saying, R.Lalai,it'as]. '
honorary staff
: because of the war situa And that's
just what it
means when offer ice-cold
tion. "It does not you Coca-Cola in
seem appropriate and none will be your own ,
appointed for a while, at least. Such action can be E. Johns home. Yes, in many lands, Coca-Cola and tbt pause that refreshes stand for

I well postponed until we are further out of the woods," Agency friendliness with a good old American accent.
was the Governor's sensible comment. We have Cokes Coca-Cola
thought that if all the "honorary colonels" on a I'hone IS STABKE, FLA. OTUIO UNO!* AUTHORITY' Of THI COCA-COIA It's naturaffor popular names
acquire abbreviation
ernor's staff friendly
were laid end to end it wouldn't
much make *. That's why you heat
difference anyhow. ". -Una THE TRAVELER Hartford COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO Coca-Cola- ,called Coke.



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t:: . . . . . daughter, Marie, have recently . . . . . . .1 respectl vel y, were Mrs. P. D. Martin Orlner for two weeks, plaintiff named Court eeeka. and divorce.came, Bradford wherein. I ber seal. 13th at Stark"! 1944OFFICIAL .. Florida thin Decent. ifI'll
moved to Jacksonville to be near Fancher and Mrs. J P. Warren. Mrs. Martin Griner, Jr., went to <4<.unty Telegraph. shall. publlnhthlfi" ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ,(
HamptonBy LE'O'Iggfns who Is stationed at Pine Level Mra Harvey Williams came In Lake Butler Saturday to visit .Order In next four weekly In.cues. j A* Clerk. of said Court. t"
H. O. Brown Lake Florida
the Naval Air Base there. at the tea hour when 'Mrs. Skol her mother, Mrs. H. L. Fowler Witness my hand and official Atty. for Plf. l"Itl..r1 1t13.4t! -115| !
Mrs. M. C. Sweeney By Mr*. II. M. McRae nlk served sandwiches, cookies, until Capt. Criner receives his
. Mian Ophelia Bryan of Jasper . .. . . . i
. . . . .. ,, Griner - - - - - - - - - -- ----------------- - -
and coffee Capt.
and Miss Edna Dudley of New- potato chip new assignment. jl t
berry have returned to their returned to Camp Lee, Va., CHARACTERand
PARTY The services at Pine Level
[mTHDAY Mrs. E. G. Land went to Zeph- Thursday of last wek.
entertained a numwer school duties after spending the church were well attended Sunday
May Monday to visit Mr. and
Dicky yrhllls
Guesta of Mr. and Mrs. I. J. $ standards of Service have
of his friends at a weiner holidays here at 'their homes. morning and evening although Mrs. Cecil Hill known
foast at his home on his birthday Mr and Mrs Thomas Brown it rained continuously all William last week were Mrs. R. been earned and maintained by long
Mra. R. P. McLendon and lIOn, t
4. The have had their There Sun W. Rivera and lIOn Paul of Key- of faithful attention in
Thursday, Jan. as guests recently,, day. were 101 In the "Spanky", were guests of relatives Mrs. Walter years Serving \
people played games and Mrs Gordon Weest and daugh- day School classes and our lesson stone Heights and economically this .
oung In Gainesville last Wednes- Lan- !
njoyed roasted welners and cold ters, Betty and Louise of Miami. for next Sunday morning will to Belial and little daughter, !f
day. They:
ette of Halnes City.
Later they Volney Wall and Jack of be Genesis 45th ,
rinks out of doors son, chapter. that Mrs. Bryan Whit- 1I
city by 1\1
were invited Into the dining Warren, Ohio, are the guests of Attending church Here Sunday field and daughter, Helen, and The W.M.U. of the Ralford I "
loom, where a decorated birthday his brother and uncle, Verda Wall morning from Palatka were Mr. Peggy Caldwell. Baptist Church met with Mrs. 1//
cake centered ,the table. Hot and B. Y. Saxon. and Mrs. Wa I tel' Brown and J. M. Bradley Monday afternoon. DEWITT C. JONES !
Mrs. P. D, Fancher, Jr., left
hocolate, nuts and assorted tea Mrs. O. D. Gay, Elmer Gay children, Lemmie Wilkerson, J. Saturday lor Miami to be with .
akes were also served. and J. W. Horne, Jr., spent M. Williams and Mrs. Ferris Wtl- ,i
MoMM: P. D. Fancher Jr.lntll
TO "
T As favors of the occasion! the Tuesday shopping In Gainesville.' kerson and son; from Ralford his departure for his Post I\lU.III'I'F.U NOTICK! OF FICTITIOUS INTH'dTION! NAMW ,, d
girls received small bottles of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Alderman G. W. Dyees, Rev. and Mrs. William Notice la hereby given that I'aa- > funeral Director I It
and the boys were given announce the birth of a Daughter Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Petty Officer 2-c and Mrs. quale Libretti, under the provlnlonn
perfume will reitlHter with .
Enlce Bradshaw and children of of Florida law, (
Colored whtetles. Those' 'presentt on Jan. 3rd In the Alachua Arch Dobbs and from Green the Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Phone 7
this affair were Barbara. Bet- County Hospital In Gainesville.B. Cove Springs, William Guy Hall Atlantic Beach spent the past County Florida, the fictitious
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. R. name of Jordan'. Mar under which !STARKE. 'FLORIDA lI l-
fly and Martha Home, Harvene Y, Saxon has returned home and family. I am engaged and doing business. lf
Watterson, N o r m a and Joan after spending some time with Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall spent H. Cox. at 115 1C.\ Call St., Starke., Florida: I

Bweency, L. J. Kite. Jr., Thomas his,, daughter Mrs. Ernest Morris Thursday night of last week with During the past week-end Mr. and and operated that mild by business I'aquale IN Libretti.owned 66 V V r .r .. v. 6 .... ..a ,V
Vadaworth, Bert Hlnson, and and family in Everglades and their son-in-law and daughter, and Mrs. A,. C. Davis had asvisitors Dated thin December 19, 1944. at I''

yrll Pickren. his sister, Mrs Minnie Weathersby Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Murshee. of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Starke, Bradford(Sinned) Panquale County Florida.Libretti
In Strickland and son, Johnnie, of
Pompano. Milliard. J2-4t-lU| | .
Ira Brown U. S. Naval Re- Graham and Mr. 'and Mrs George ., ..... ........j;

erve, recently visited his son, . . . . . . Mrs. Susie Myrick of Lake Williams and fa m 11 y of :Mac-
Geneva Is visiting Mrs. H. M. I
& Marr Brown. .. McRae this week. I clenny. III! riiirriT roriiT. n"ul"oItU IN C'IIAN- It's the leidersI4Lthat
Brooker ('ol'NTY. I"I.Ol\1U" Quality of
Mabel Smith has retuned<\ after Accompanied by her little great CKHVJack
week with her grand- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brown granddaughter, Rose Mary Rob- Morris, Plaintiff vn. Mine I
pending Miami. Atkinson of Worthington S p r I ngs were inson, Mrs W.;, II. Parker returned Morrln. Defendant. Cane' No.' S4TI I makes Leaders :
other, Mrs. Lee, In By Joyce i I'' OHDKIt OF I rtTni.lCATION < ji
and Mrs. Lynn Hall and . . .. . . . '. vlsl ting I Mr. and Mrs. David last W e d n e sday from AND NOTICR TO Al'PKAU J
Mr. Kelly, Sunday. Jacksonville where she had been 8TATK OF FUMlinA to! Mine ) .
{laughters, Margaret and Lucille, K Morris whose residence la Cullen I , j jAT
Mrs.; R. J. Waters has been with relatives during the hospitalization .
Dasher, Ga., and their eon, l.ouleianatYou :
. . . . . .
the Great Lakes I visiting her eon-In-law and daughter of Mrs. J. L. Robinson. are required to appear on
ohn L. Hall of 13th, 1946, In the above !
aval Training Station, Illinois, I Mr. and Mrs. Bart WatersIn State FarmBy Friends. were glad to have Mrs. January
visiting friends and relatives Jacksonville. Robinson return home Friday and I
ere t taft
I for her speedy recuperation.Miss AlFwkra EtR
here over the week-end. Misses Louise and Madge floss Mra. Bryan Whitfield hope t t
Mr. 'and Mrs. Owen Simmons were visiting relatives In Hamp- . . e . . . Marguerite Floyd of i the Lea ers .r.
ave returned to ,Jacksonville, ton last week. Tallahassee came Monday to visit
here they will make their future Mrs. Resale Carlton was in IIIUOGE CLUB MEETINGMrs. her'uncleInlaw' and aunt, Mr :
ome. Starke on business Tuesday.Mrs. David Skolnik was hostess I and Mrs. P. D. Fancher.Mr. 14-31

M. W. Morrow, principal of the Jake Keen and childrenare at, last week's meeting of the' and Mrs. H. M. Richards JOIN THEMARCH ,
aldo High School, was the visiting Seaman Keen In San State Farm Bridge Club, enter had as their luncheon guest; Sat- INFANTILE

est on. Saturday of. Mr: and I Francisco, Calif.Misses taining two tables of players at urday Mrs. R 1 c harde's mother, PARALYSIS ] ea ,ca.,4ea tr....,
Its. Claude I., May. !! Margaret and Marie her home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. J. H. Ritch of Jacksonville. of DIMES !

Mr. and,Mrs. M. L. Watterson McKinney of Starke were visit- Winners of high and bingo prizes, After visiting Mr. and Mrs. - -- -

ad daughter, Harvene, and Mrs. ing Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Atkinsonand
Dorothy Eiland 'were shopping In family Friday. -

(Jacksonville. Thur s day of last Marie and Harry Edwards An Army That's' 7 .
eek. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cliff
Mrs. Emma Johns of Belle Kelly In Wlldwood last week.

lade was visiting her father, Mrs G. W. Davis was In Starkeon

olen Johns, Friday and Saturay. business Thursday of last
Never Been
Mrs. Johns has been seri- week.Pfc.
uely ill but Is much Improved. J. R. Mott of Atlanta.
MIsses Lucille Green and MarIe Ga., spent the week-end with his

Sloeher have returned to their parents. :t I j

homes here after spending al Miss Ilean Atkinson was the I ,-
ouple of months in Michigan and overnight guest of Misses Mar- s r
hlo. garet and Marie McKlnney in
Mr. and Mrs L. R Lambertf Starke, Friday. --

Washington, D. C., are spending Mrs. Rosa Pinholster has just ._.S.-, ,. I -.
this week with Mrs. Lam- returned from a two weeks vaca- f )J ) r
ert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. tion with friends and relatives I I JILwlllt r d, :U

.). May. In Jacksonville and Wlltlwood.
Mrs. Robert Touchton, Mrs. ill Q i n4.I
arey and Mrs. K. B. Watterson NEW ARRIVALMr. i
ere visitors to Gainesville, last and Mrs. H. H. Mott announce vast American agricultural army )
]Way. the birth of a daughter, .' know the meaning of defeat. 1 li

Mrs. Leo Wiggins and small Jan. 7.I These millions of American farm and ranch people

. . the road to final victory'
advancing along
are 1
.-.>,>... 1
<<<" ... ,
/: ;y'Y, shoulder to shoulder with the men and women In r
the armed services. No "E" flags fly from the '
rf .,;\' ridge-poles of their barns . no medals are
,- pinned on their shirt fronts. Their reward is the
w'd innersatisfactionofajobwelldone. CEILING PRICES ON LIVE HOGS

.y ...., : :;.\ Look at their record of victories! In 1944, foodproductionagainreachedanalltimehigh158
". ''. '14''' ,..' $5.00 FOR YOUR GOOD IDEAS! Under the present! regulation, the! $14.76''
price for all live barrow and gilts is
950,000 meat animals were slaughtered; 3,101- and for all ,
hundredweight JOWl stags
?y PUT 000,000 bushels of corn, 1,115,000,000 bushels of Practical Ideas which you have found helpful. around your per and boars th. ceiling ia $14.00 per

l- l :..J'f wheat; dairy products, poultry eggs etc., in rec- farm or ranch are,worth money. W. Invite you to tend In hundredweight.ord .
ord or near-record quantities! And because they brief description I of any original I I I Idea or handy gadget '
1 produced all this food,the meat packing industry ceiling! pricrt art for Chicago only,
I'P: also able to and distribute a record that has helped you In your farm or ranch work of produc and vary from market to market The difference
was process between the ceiling for town, flags and boar, arut
SOME ,volume of meats 25 billion pounds. ing livestock dairy and poultry products soybeans cotton
for barrows and gilt u 75a at all market, however.
jx Each year since the war started, what seemed or other crops. Selected Ideas will be published on this t

to be "impossible" goals were set for food pro. page, and we will send you$5 for any Item! of yours which Present support pr'ces are as follows: "Good" to
duction. Each year these objectives have been we print. Items cannot be returned to the senders. Mall ""Choice" barrows and gilts that weigh/ between 200
? reached and surpassed in spite of shortages of and 270 pounds have a floor price of $12.50 Chicago
MONEY help and machinery. Farmers and ranchers have your Ideas to Swift& Company Agricultural"Good Ideas"Editor. I bu.1.. At terminal and interior markets other than

the of foods required -"' Chicago 9, Illinois. Chicago, the support price is $2.25 below the ceiling
staggering tonnages
produced price (as of Nov. 15, 1944) at that market for hogs
i SKbt *, **3r "fWX> "y to feed millions in the armed services and within the 200 to 270 pound weight range.
/ the rest of the nation at home. Jj
\ MuiLtVfvr IN YOUR Tlieao support prices will remain in effect until June
'StJ ftt mfew
ti .ea. America Is proud of the victories won by ;
_ %fetf:e' ;l this "Army That's Never Been Beaten." BUY WAR BONDS f for Tanks Tciay and Tractors t Tomorrow 1945.


*$ vk Sj SOIL. What's Ahead for 1945 ? THE EDITOR'S COLUMN

'i**< \ c>*ln > Another new year starts, full of promise, and questions In nearly 20 years with Swift &

for American agriculture. Will the war end in 1945? Company I have talked with

BANK 'How much food will Europe need from us?Will rationing ,thousands.of farmers and ranch-

and price controls be relaxed? What about the feed situ- ers in all sections of the United

- ;, ation? These are but a few of the "ifs" we are up against States and have tried to bring

g ? when we make plans for the coming year. To help live- about a better mutual understanding

35 o f''re tr?y x etock producers, we here condense opinions recently in the American livestock and meat
4ACCOUNT ezpressed by War Food Administration economists. industry. I have benefited greatly from these

li talks. But even in 20 years, a man can get the
.y CATTLE They foresee for 45 an increase in the num- viewpoint of only a relatively few people. That

$ V her of cattle and calves slaughtered, partially as a is why this page has been born So that we can

FARM AND RANCH MOVIES result of the tendency to reduce the size of herds talk things over with more of you than it is

Three professionally made talking picture (1)) Cows They also expect an increase in the number of cattle possible to do personally. We want your constructive

investment. and Chicken, U. S. A., ((2)) Notion'Meat, ((3))livestock fed for slaughter. From 1948 to 1949, they expect a : ideas, views, and thoughts for the
High-potash fertilizers are a good and Mat,of Intense Interest to formers and ranchers gradual decline in '!slaughtering with yearly slaughter betterment of the livestock and meat industry;

With prices of potash still at low prewar levels Ideal for farm and livestock organizations,lodge,dub around 23 to 29 million head. We will welcome your sugyitions, and fair criti-

or school performance. All you pay Is transportation ci ma. Any questions you rah will be answered.
and prices for farm products at high wartime on.way. Can us. these films only on a 16 millimeter HOGS Their estimate of total 1945 hog slaughter la in theeo columns or .

before can be sound profeetor. Please order a month In advance. !about 79 million against approximately 100 million Should you Ceei bywriting me a letter about
levels than eyeft
greater profits SODA BILL ALLOWSlIf in '44.They expect hog production in 1946 to be closer any agricultural matter, please do so. Or if you

obtained for every dollar spent for this necessary you"..all(he if earn to blow fne wWrffe, ,what'0 rod'' .to 1945 levels, depending on the feed situation. 'are in Chicago, drop in at my office at Swift &

do for to turn /the whee/i Company, Union Stock Yards. If you haven'ttime
plant food. -A man power It tucnuM when hit SHEEP, LAMBSl Slaughter in '45 will likely be the to visit, perhaps you can phone me at this

Not only maintain but build up the fertility of earnings catch upwith htsy.onsWNat smallest since 1929, due to recent selling of breeding number-Yards 4200 loxi1710.
ing*. do you stock. By 1946 they see a demand far exceeding: the May the new year bring to all of you good
your soils.Now there is plenty of potash to make know"Answers supply leading to possible expansion of flocks over good crops good returns for your

recommended by the following five years. This trend may be upset by weather health and an end of war.
high-potash fertilizers (1)Argentina wool-factor uncertainties.

official agricultural advisers.Use these fertilizers (2)) 25,000 //fA) 5'Vn i.(1.

We have a pamphlet on "Beef Cattle Prospects for 1945"by
in the amounts suggested for your particularsoils C. W. Crickman, Economist of the Bureau of Agricul- Agricultural Research Department

and tural Economic, U. S. D. A. Want a copy free' Mail

crops. your request, attention F. M. Simpson, to Swift & Com'
Chicago 9, III.
Write Information anJfrte literature pony.
JllrllJlr "
< 1)) In what country do the people eat more' meet per
on the practicalJtrtilixation oj crops permon-Unjtea State*, Australia Argentina? .
.-- 2) How many .Iaullht<<_ compete in buying U.S.
,-"?,:Pz ,a --;V' Q-Swift I & Company CHICAGO 9. ILLINOIS livtock-10. 16OO, 23.000 soot
AMERICAN POTASH INSTITUTE M.000,000.000 p>.A Answers elM",,",..on pegs
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1111 SUtctoth St K.W. Washington 6,D.C. b U.S. II t944-430 east _

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? Mrs. On USO Staff Baptist Circles Cross meetings to make kit bags and Mrs. Sparks invited the }
? SOCIETY and CLUBS CarpenterIs Nunnery; White Cross, Mrs. Tens- cle to meet with her III cit.
Honored AtBridgeLuncheon Met TuesdayCircle ley; and Enlistment Chairman, ruary. Peb
.-..".,..... . ," .. ,.",'" ....... L. Brownlee.
Mrs. H.
:. After the
j .,., Two \\of the Baptist The offering at this meeting delicious business meeting
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid Mrs: Barksdale Church met with Mrs. A. J. refreshments of coffee
Mrs.. whose was $17.45. urgent appeal ,
I Myrtice Carpenter Thomas tea. fruit cake
at her home Tuesday and
Elected GuardianOf was made by _I. Sparks for nuts were
Hostess to Major Lloyd
ik Honoring marriage I
\ : afternoon. The leader, Mrs. served by the hostess
for service Mrs. Haines
i men. to
CircleThe of Wilmington, Del., will take those
Mrs. CarpenterMrs. Woodman B. Alexander gave the Scripture closed the with
place sometime In February, was ). meeting prayer present.
reading taken from one of the
+ J, W. Kincaid entertained Woodmen Circle held It's the honoree at a lovely bridge i Psalms. After prayer by Mrs .A.-... ___________u_ __0__
Tuesday afternoon at the home regular meeting In the W.O.W. luncheon on Thursday of last .:i ,. W, J. Epperson, Mrs. E. Lawson I
t of her brother-in-law and sister, HaU Tuesday night, with the week given by Mrs. M. F. Brown a sfI i: gave the report of the last meet- WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOODWRITE

L. Beasley, at aI guardian, Mae Green, presiding.As and Mrs W. B. Sewell at the
: Mr. and Mrs. O. Ing. Mrs. R. A. Newsome gave TIMBER DEPARTMENT
in honor the main purpose of the home of the former on Walnut Plans 1. .
charming bridge party ,the treasurer's report. CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICAFERNANDINA
I of "Mrs Myrtice Carpenter, who meeting was the election of officers street. were made for the luncheon at

I will be married to' HajorLlord'\ for the year 1945: a nom- The rooms of the home were the church Thursday.' FLA.

Lewis next month.' inating committee was selectedby decorated with lovely arrange- Arangements were madefor ._ _
Mra. Green to choose offic- ments of spring':flowers. M
The card tables were placed In '! the W.M.U. Rally to be held with
the living room which was decorated ers. The,committee consisted of At the conclusion of the bridge the North Pleasant Grove Church.
Mrs. Maude Andrews,' chairman', Mrs. J. T. Moore of Plant w
ofcamellias. game
with many varieties\. The program for the day is to _
-' Miss Amy Moore. and Mrs. Lois City guest of her mother, Mrs. l li be prese n t e d by the Starke It1 2)I. sAND
''Mad2' :Middleton ''won :May lJ;'-* ' G. W. Brown of Lawtey, was : W.M.U. After other business

Miss afternoon and After ,a meeting, the committee presented with the high prize, was concluded Mrs. Thomas served FRESH
high score fojr with defense presented" the followingnames \ defense stamps. In a'bingo game, i a delicious salad with saltines -
) was presented was : Mrs. Mae Green Past Mrs. A. Z. Adkins also won defense I i and coffee to the 12 members -
stamps. Mrs. Carpenter Guardian; Mrs. Virgie Barksdale, stamps. ...... @
and visitor'present.
of ear-rings as
a pair
given Maude Andrews,
from her hostess. Guardian; The honor guest was presentedwith collection at this meeting was
gift At-
Mrs. Eunice Wilson,
Advisor; personal gifts of remem- Miss Ann Young, a $16.75.
At the conclusion of the game, Mrs Ethel Chambers,
Mrs. tendant; brance from her hostesses. native of Sidney, Ohio, has recently Circle Three of the Baptist
Mrs. Kincaid, assisted by Attendant Miss Amy
salad Assistant ; Following\ bridge a delightful arrived in Starke to join W.M.U. met Tuesday, at the
served a tempting: Mrs. Lois
coffee. :Moore, Chaplain; th rpe-course luncheon was served the program' staff of the Walnut home of Mrs. C. Tensley In Kings- VEGETABLES
with hot Mrs. Mae Bryant,
course Banker
t Mayes, ; at the card tables. Centering Street USQ Club. ley :Village. There were 14 mem-
''I,: Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs. A Z. Secretary; Mrs. Lacy Conway, each table was a bud vase bers and four visitors present.The '
her B.S. [n
Miss received SHIP '
Denmark, Young WE ANYWHEREtlN U. S.
t Adkins, Mrs. ..4 'F.' Chapman, I Captain; Mrs Emily of white rosebuds. devotion was led by Mrs. ;:
in Education from Capi- ---
Sentinel Mrs. E'J 1 a Mae degree
;, Mrs. William BasgettfMrs. L. D. : Inner ; Sentinel Mrs. For the dessert course the tal University In Columbus Ohio, Madge Futch and prayer was led
Outer ;;
Vining, Mrs. M. F. Brown* Mrs. Irene Conner Johns, Musician; Mrs. Lei- guests were Invited into the din- and has taken graduate work in by Mrs. R. L.' Kemp. :DIC'NDIO'S'

O. L. Beasley, Mr. W."B. Sewell, i la Newsome, 1st Auditor; Mrs. Ing room where they were servedIce psychology at the College of William Mrs. R. A. Thomas, program
and cake from
"',, Miss Madge Middleton, Mrs. H. I Frances Wilkerson, 2nd Auditor; cream table. The and Mary in Willlamsburg, chairman, presented the follow-
? appointed ing Mrs. S. E. Sparks Curb Market
C. Ritch, and Mrs. E. L. Mat- 'Mra. Leona English, 3rd Auditor, table was covered with a hand- Va. Before coming to Starke, program; talk
I gave a very Interesting on
thews enjoyed the afternoon with and Mrs. Iva Cohen, Reporter.All some lace cloth,' and featured an she taught in 'the, public schoolsof the Watchword taking as her
II '; the honoree and Mrs.; Kincaid. officers aro asked to artistic floral I arrangement balanced Sidney, and.,since j joining the text, Revelations 6; 4. Sentence
0" Friday night, Jan.' 12, for prac-
,,0' and the by white candles In silver USO;' served for a short time in prayers were then offered.
WSCS To Meet tlce In meeting procedure 'l holders. A white iced cake added '
w Mrs. Tensley spoke on the subject
of officers will be a club: in Ky.
further charm to the table. "Answered Prayers". ,Mrs. free yourself> oS o this
,of Christian held Jan. 23. Handicrafts', 'dramatics, music, ,
Woman's !
;; The Society '- .' Those enjoying the affair with M. F. Hazen made a short talkon
Service will'hold Its regular A -f tits'two' hostesses and the honoree special dance arrangements, and "Our Arizona Indians," and
'Jan.;'15/at 3:30: Guests 'of Mrs. R. A. Green "W'ASHDAY: WEB"OBSOLETE
'i9 meeting Monday, > were: Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. other related program activities Mrs. Thomas talked on Mission .
:\1 In the j Church. The president, for the past week were Sebastian her.aun\ A. Z. Adklns, Mrs. K. G. Dun- will be under Miss Young's sup- Study Books and stressed circu- .. .. ,
; Mrs W. E. Middleton..will preside and grandmother of ; can, Mrs. E. r... Biggs. Mrs. :SoT lating' Baptist literature." Miss
is In Mrs. S. T. flo g e r s and .Mr, ervision at the Walnut Street
t.i and the program ( ' I .. Moore. Mrs.. R. F.,, Demorest, Seleta Sparks concluded the pro-
; of circle No. 1. Esther Braswell. j' ,I Ir USO.
charge Mrs H. C. Ritch; Mrs. L D. Vin- gram with a piano solo:

'I, ing, Mrs. James Cottrell of Lees- She Is now residing! ,at. the. G. Mrs. H. L. Hough, Mrs: Lewis

j burg, and, Mrs. E. ,L. :Matthews. B. Flynn residence. Haines, Mrs.. T. B. Bioun, and
Bact ?' : I Mrs. Stein were welcomed as
.JJ JeJtu Coming visitors and Mrs. Strickland as

ny a new member. Mra. Sparks read

I r 1 over the following list of circle

i officers names; Circle Leader,
j" HEAR: : Mrs. S. E. Sparks; Co-Leader,

Mrs. H. L. Brownlee; Secretary,
Mrs. Madge Futch; Margaret
I REV. LEWIS D. HAINESat Fund, Mrs. W. N. Johnson That's what the old
Dear Carolyn: Ing?' We're playing, mostly. The ;
Stewardship, Mra. B. Law; Training washtub, the wringer, the boiler
I am writing this letter to fellows In the front lines had no
you School, Mrs. A. A. Durden; and all the rest of the old washing
because I know that the more to do with, this war than
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH of STARKE peopleI Mission Study, Mrs. M. F. Hazen; methods are. Just' a lot of hard
want to reach read your column you or I, and I jSay it won't be
Flowers, Mrs. D. L. Silcox; Pro- work you can: avoid.
IMPORTANT TEACHING and oftlmes overlook important over until we all, realize that and
DISCUSS THIS grams, Mrs. R. A. Thomas; Or-
notices in other of start doing something about It.
FROM TilE WORD OF GOD the paper. If you will be so If there's any other way of look- phans Community Home,Missions Mrs. R., Mrs.L. Kemp R. O.; Send Your Entire Washing To -This

good as to devote your column ing at it, I'd like to hear aboutit.
JAN. 14 11 A. M. more women to attend the Red
this week to these "thoughts"of Modernly-Equipped Laundry!

mine, I believe I can reach a For many people the war has the day to war work. I'm not .

An Invitation Is Extended To All To Attend lot of people that I could not meant just one thing more starting any campaign for that. FAMILY BUNDLE

reach otherwise. Maybe if they money. The headlines In a recent I'd probably be run out of town.I .

,, get beyond the first paragraphthey paper irked me to the core just want you to Know that, I

will keep reading Just to "1944- A Very Prosperous; Year", feel that, 8tJpngly-and Wearing,Apparel ,.' Elatwork,
see what I'm going to say next.I or words to thMt effect. 1944 I'm not condemning anyone. I

hope so. was a year of' fnurder, of tor- am pleading with everyone. We 18c Lb. 7c
: Starke's finest The things that I am going to ture, of 'destruction 1 and every have a definite responsibility and ,

.. say have not come to mind Just known and unknown atrocity.But we must recognize it.and assumeit.

*' }, recently They are old thoughts still we go' along, working To me, It's a cut and dried
Restaurant .<*f Wi -thoughts which I have hesitated hard-at making money. Work- proposition. There couldn't be STARKE DRY' CLEANERSPHONE

to make public, probably ing so hard all''week, in fact, any other viewpoint, could there?

and Bar through lack of courage. I don't that we can't g
r flatter myself to',think that I am Sunday. Must rest,. so ,we ,can : testinal fortitude to bare your and LAUNDRY STAFLA
,. "'" ,If' . capable of giving out with any go back to money making on I inmos; thoughts like this. You 28 :
'!i s) great words of wisdom. I might resent thin ,
," '" "" can Monday. Last Sunday I sat in letter. You
,...' simply say a part of what I feel church. There were eight of us might even laugh at it. But

The in my heart. That, in itself, there. True It was raining. But that can't 'matter. If It 'should
la a rather tough job-but here wouldn't you think' there wouldbe cause just one sweater to be

goes: more than a paltry eight who knitted, one garment to be made, dltc fPhl1lt1
(4(4tf): We who are so fortunate as to would brave little rain in order one letter to be Mitt overseas, or
(" be a part of the so-called "home to pray for the safe return of one kind word said to someone

[ ,' & front" can, I believe hold ourselves "- I their loved ones??4And; I wondered who needs it, I feel that It will FINE CHOCOLATES;
\I't '. -.; '.. "' directly responsible for the ; how can' 'people. DARE: to be worth all the resentment and -"

'II \ ,I.( O &se >"I'.\ terrible !set! backs being suffered stay away? Who do we' thinkwe laughter there Is, ONE POUND
; 0.ol'\..'.. "over' there" now. There Is some- are that we can defy every- Next time you're asked to help

1"1 c..: 'c..n u- ;.''" ; thing wrong with ,,a nation that thing decent 'and* still expect to please don't say you're too tired. tiwQ De LuxePACKAGE
& refuses to face' facts. A nation come out on top7 I I don't believe any of us over

00 rS which goes on with a "business How many tfmes have I had : here nave.any real conception of '
\ 0\ :i'I. BM as usual" attitude while men are I people tell me they didn't have what utter misery that one small

being ruthlessly slaughtered. The time for Red Cross work?' Theyare : word "tired" can mean. Many of at

ar word "slaughter" cannot 'convey the same people who are us will NEVER know, but at "II

the horror. Try as we will, we either too busy making money or least we can keep from putting .ellr 1< $1.50

I I. . ., : '0'8-l cannot begin to Imagine the hell too busy having' a plain, old- ourselves in a crass with the men
men are living today-right this fashioned, pre-war good time. I who are REALLY tired . dog

minute. am a great believer in recrea- tired heartbreakingly tired A Truly Fine Box of Sweets
My thoughts are not very tion, but I'm also thankful that I .
,' pleasant as I write this. I am realize there are far more Im- What I lack 4n writing ,abilityI
h thinking of men lying In mud, portant things. How can anyone can only hope to make up in

their buddies walking over them possibly feel that any work Is sincerity. Men are killing and COMING SOON

because there's no time to stop. more important than war work? I being killed-for us; so that we

w I'm thinking of a child's prayer, How many thousands of men can go on living as we please. .fuc
"Please, God, send my Daddy have died and how many thous- But do we have the right to live n .:.CEfonfj

home soon", and of a mother ands more will die, who were no as we please until (and if) they

B wondering, "Can such a prayergo more responsible for this war get back home? FINE PERFUMES & COLOGNES
11' unanswered?" And I'm think- than you or. 12 .This is my war Frankly, I don't think we're

ing of the eyes. I meet all a- -and,yours ,and\,I, think it's a- worth fighting for-but. we CAN Shipment Due This Month
; round. Eyes of those for whom bout time I we started fighting it. be. It's up to you.Sincerely. ,

there Is nothing left but hope , I have worked hard. and still I 14- "
and an occasional letter. Then feel that It's so little to give. My (Mra. Glen) Leila Duke.
there are the eyes of those who work has been mostly through FOR QUICK RELIEFOF

: have known the ultimate grief. Red Cro s. It's my way of tak-
-1711LLi lo
O Are we doing anything to make ing care of my responsibility In te
life a little more bearable for HEAD COLD FEVER ACHING
them? I'm afraid that most of this.I am proud that my husband RAISINS add .d

SIZZLING us are passing them by. is In service 0 u r immediate '* ;t TRY

What do we actually do toward family has suffered no tragedy.In POUNDS In
STEAK helping win the war? U we gave fact, we haven't even' been STOCO35c

fft LOBSTER, every minute of our time it would badly inconvenienced, but I am EVe gI001bs
still be a small thing. Sure, either blessed
or'Cursed with the
SHRIMP O you're willing to buy a bond- capacity of putting myself in of FLOUR/ .., A BOTTLE

\ moat of you. That, I feel, is a another's place, in my thoughts.! Every Bottle Guaranteed
CHICKEN I: very good 001 d-blooded invest- Try that sometime. 11 might ,

_ M ment for those who can affordto open your eyes.I ,
invest. But it Is certainly no write to quite a few fellows
great patriotic deed. Do we give overseas. To me- It la pitiful that EASE THAT COUGH WITHCREOSANT
ourselves? Not many of us do. such small
I 1 a ,thing means eo js
_ Do you believe that we can sit much. Also pitiful is their prompt

Idly by while this horrible night- answering. They are so grate LOVETT'5
SANDWICHES mare is being lived by men? A ful. I consider it a privilege to or

nightmare they will never be write to them. RAISIN COUGH MEDICINE
SALADS able to forget. A nightmare The fact that 'I have lost ten BREAD1B1G20.or.LO

that will leave its mark-if not pounds during the last few weeksIs 50c
made to order In wounds, then in their eyes. nobody's business
or fault but Will Give ,Wonderful
They didn't Relief
want to leave their mine. I: mention It only in an
families, and go off to fight, to effort to make you realize that
be butchered and to die. No. I not
"Just talking", I'm do-
325 They wanted to stay right here ing, and I cannot possibly do
. ;Y AVENUE where. And we are--but they had toro. enough. To me it would be a KOCH DRUG STORE
we, who
our various
small thing if
fortunate every business FOR SALE HERE AT -

not have circumstances do place In Starke closed one day COURT'& CALL ST. .'\
I go, what are we do- each week and all employees gave Lovett's STARKE,

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LOCAL Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johns and BridgeSupperGiven brought ag-alnct you In the Circuit County, Florida. As Clerk of Said Court, -
I BITS of NEWSMrs. -hlldren of Jacksonville former f Court of Bradford County Klor- (OFFICIAL SEAL) I U. M. Huffman, Jacksonville Fin.Atty .. I
: In HonorOf Ida. In Chancery. case No. SS14, by H O. Brown, Atty for Pit? Htarke for 'It. 1-12 41 2-3 -, I
residents of the Lawtey section Verna J. Demoreat as plaintiff Florida. 1-12 4t 2-2
visited friends and relatives here and In which you and each of you
of Kings- Mrs. Ovelda Horne of Mrs. CarpenterCamellias are defendant. ; that the relief IN (.Ut..T ('ol.'r. KR\I>.KDHI> D.I' ",,," -af Horn "I
Robert Horne I last week. sought In this ("nl'\TY.
cult I I. to quiet and Pl.OHIIIll IV < lltCKHY. :\- '
L Ga.; Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ga., has been,.visiting; her mother, Mrs. M. P. Gahagan returnedfrom and other colorful confirm .plaintiff title. to mild. : ; 1 (
and Mr and above described land an an Inde.feitBlble You are required to appear on S} # WT I
LJiery Thomas Mrs Mallery Thomas. She was Savannah, Ga., Monday early spring flowers were artistically fee simple title; and you Jack t* Sylvester t'tulntlff.' fs. {
Albert Williams. are hereby required to" appear Virginia I>, Sylvester, Defendant. ENT WAYS EiCotnpi.i.wttheurle.s
used T
ra. where ehe visited her u e s day evening
accompanied back to her home BOn and (personally or by attorney) In said Case JJi>. 3490.O1lDER .
iMr Carrie Bitch spent Thurs. by Miss Oletha Thomas daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. when Mrs. Hugh Gllbrlte entertained Court and caue mi the 8th day OF rtTIILICMTION .sham. .......". ... r '
| in Jacksonville.Mrs. who returned E. Gahagan. at bridge honoring Mra of February 1945, or the allejcatlon AND NOTICE TO APPNABI Ire,Mirr to Aft.and Mile //a very. type of ''t
hair lor
y of plaintiffs' bill of smavliii. rmimu -l> sure Ui eel I,
.Sunday. } sworn 8TATM' '] OF FLORIDA: VfrKlnla luc Uura Kurt. 0..e mlilioa eal'i
Griffls was carL Myrtles Carpenters whose mar- I
Lottie Mrs. Lily S. Lewis of Apopka complaint will be taken an con.messed D. Sylvester whose resident ''I'
to the State Farm Hospital Mrs. J. W. Kincaid who to Is arriving this week to spend riage will be an 'event of Feb County hv Telegraph you.. The la hereby Bradford' d>..l*. lit 4212, Ohio.West 22nd Street, Cleveland KOCH DRUG STOREy i
spending the winter In Tampa ruary. This lovely affair was Sated m
jonday observation. some time with her son anddaughterinlaw. as the duly qualified news-
for In which thin You are required to appear on "' 6J1'T l7TIJT" "' T474y4 :'
with her mother, has been visiting held In Mrs. Carpenter's home on paper notice shall
Us and J. M Lawley Mr. and ,Mr* he published once each week for February 12th, IvfB. In the above d I
*. Mra. her sister, Mrs. O. L. Beasley',James A. Lewis. Washington, street,.*. four consecutive weeks prior to named Court and Cl&u..e" wherein JOIN THE MARCH OF DIMES
Kg r e shopping In for the two said return day. plaintiff seeks divorce Uiaclford
past weeks. A crystal bon :bon dish
| J. Fred Guy was In Jacksonville was Witness my hand and official County: Telegraph shell' publish INFANTILEumim
turday. Mrs. Emma Holtzawanter is Monday on business. presented to MrsaA, Z. Adklns! seal I at Starker Bradford County, Issues this Order, In next tour weekly FIGHT ;t

ale on winter suits and dreswes spending some time with her as her reward for making high Florida this 6th day of January Witness. my hand and official
Mrs. J. H. Mosely of A H. 1945.
The Smart Shop. daughter, Mrs. Mallerli ?hotas. Tenn. Memphis!, score for the evening, while seal at Srarke, Florida, this Jan PARALYSIS ::1
A. J. THOMAS, 14.31
spent several (
days recently Mrs. Walter Batem. nary 6th., 184&/ .. ,
with her son-in-law and 'daughter I n was given Clerk of Circuit Court:' Bradford (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas 6/GLrikkrdokik+fhiafGlrilr i4 ll/Lw r
a box of bath powder as con
Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams. : "' \
solation for. tow The hostess'glft i
.. ,
Mrs. J.-
B. Alexander returned
> to the honoree
was .a pair
last week from a visit with Mrs. of diver earrings. GREAT VALVES in Furniture
ij y.p
.. James Maxwell In Axton, Ga., Following thaigame .
supper }
and Mrs.
Maxwell and Mrs. Cole
: was served buffet style from the .!

of Axton pent Saturday and dining table, which was overlaid ..,\ Ji
Sunday here with Mrs. Alexanderand ,-,
e e with a handsome lace cloth. Cen- i .- :
other friends. \
tering the table was a beautiful

Mrs Edith Brown and Mrs. floral arrangement balanced by 1";

W. H. Hart returned Sunday white burning tapers in silver
SUN. MON. TUES. JAN. 14 15 16
after spending the holidays with holders.
Cpl. W. H. Hart t
at Ft. Meade,
Mrs. Gllbrlte r e c eived her \
ma. d.
guests wearing a n attractive
C Mrs. James Cottrell of Lees- hostess gown of' peach taffeta.: JI I

Strange Love..Terrific SUSPENSE 'W.burg Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Mrs. Carpenter chOs for her supper Y 9 .a+-' 4 4r
n. Sewell.
dress a black crepe and net +J W r

Sale on winter nulls and dl't'l8llt'8 model with white.. embroidered SPECIAL

n3' ., at The Smart Shop. yoke. J

t '';1 2 I Iff , were daughter Mr.,visiting and, Joan Mrs.,Mrs.of F. Jacksonville H.Box's Box parents and- K.honoree Invited G. Duncan and to be hostess, present Mrs. were A.with Z.: Mrs.Ad-the BABY CRIBS Solid Mahogany Desk l

Mr and Mrs. David
Kelly, kins. Mrs. H. C. RJtch, Hiss
,Friday and Saturday. Madge! Middleton, Mrs. L. D. Well Built & Sturdy Was $79.50 f
Miss Barbara Cameron

after Monday spending to Barry the College past two, ,Miami weeks, Mrs.Vlnlng.W. Mra.B. Sewell Walter, Mrs.Bateman E. L, $19.50 to $29.50 Sale Price $69.50

with, her Biggs, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs.J. ,,
parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. Kincaid and Mrs. M. F.
H. E. Tucker. Brown. '" .
S 2-c and Mrs William Pow-

ell came, Saturday" from Pensa- Twin Mirror Odora Closets $16.50Children's

cola to spend the week-end with Two Hostesses ,

Mr.. and Mrs. .. .
H. ,A. Bishop. Mrs, Entertain Fpr .
Powell will remain here with her '

parents. Mrs..CarpelterMrs Red Rocking Chairs $2.50

Mrs. F. F. Flume returned last ,

a; ? week from a visit In Valdosta, K. G., Duncan and Mrs. L. ,

5 x Ga., with her son-in-law and D. Vintng were h' tenses at a de-

Colson.daughter, Cpl. and Mrs. Resale lightful party Saturday luncheo)afternoon}' 'and bridge from Venetian Blinds, 32 and 36 Inch Size

Miss Nina Bishop left Wednesday one' till five, honoring Mrs. Myr-

SUSANNA TURHAN for Wesleyan l College In tice' Carpenter whose marriage Beautiful Selection of Floor and Table Lamps
Macon, Ga. to Major Lloyd Lewis will be an

Mrs. Walter Underhill returnedto event of February.'

FOSTER BEYBORISKARIOFF her home here after spending The Duncan home on Walnut

two weeks in Jacksonville with rtreet where the guests were entertained -
her daughter, Mrs. David Paulk. was attractively decorated -

Lee Drucker is spending a brief with early spring flowers.
father vacation, Sigmund In Miami Drucker.Beach with his The guests were seated at card John H. Denmark Furniture Co.

tables and each table was centered
S-Sgt. and Mrs. Rocco Palflla 1 with a small vase holding PHONE 151 STARKE FLA.

roll are spending a leave In Pitts- dainty colorful flowers. I
M burg Pa., with relatives. -
Miss Betty Hayes spent last Following lunch the guests enJoyed WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITURE

-. I I.x week with relatives in Jackson four progressions of bridge, ,
ville. the: winner of the'high score beIng

,. ., ,Sale on winter suit and dresses Mrs. J. W. Klncald.' with Mrs. ., .. ..
I lit The Smart Shop. O. L. Beasley winning consola- ?+ 4 4. :t; 0" ..- ': .sr. -'_ -- "

{> Mir. and Mrs. C. B. Hayes of tion prize. Defense >stamps were

lORill Lake Butler spent Sunday withMr. presented! each. Mrs. .Carpenter .

( and Mrs. E. W. Hayes vas presented w th a piece of

r/ Mrs. Charles Propper is leaving lingerie as a gift of remem- G .

'E this week for a six week visit In brance' from her two hostesses. j'

New York City. Twelve guests were present to

,Louts Shafkln, Eric Hyde and enjoy this affair with the honoree

Jack Friedler are planning a buy- and the hostesses.- ; '' ; : : .
Ing trip to New York and Rhode it>., : Reopening i

Pvt. Don Nord of Camp Blan- heartfelt
We wish express our ,
to '
ding was the guest Sunday of
thanks to all friends and
Mr. and Mrs' V. S. St. John and '

ALSO LATEST WAR NEWS family. neighbors us during who the recent so.Jdndlyasslsted illness, and ofCOOK'S
Mrs. E. W. Hayes Jr., of Jacksonville
death of our loved one, William
spent Sunday with >Ir.
A. Jones. Especially, we wish to r
and Mrs. E. W. Hayes Sr.
thank the Rev. Freddie Dodd.
Mrs. Hugh Ingram left for
(Signed) Mrs.: Hettta Jones and
Alexandria La
Saturday after- '
noon to be with Lt. Ingram at his family. GROCERY
: station there. She has been the
and Mrs. S. E. Simmonsare
guest of Mrs. Carrie Ingram, who Mr.
Looks like these Jape are visiting relatives in Miami.
accompanied her to Jacksonvilleand I
smarter than I though they were. spent the week-end with her They went down Ito get their

;f When they heard MacArtliur was sister, Mrs. B. H. Hardin. daughter who spent the holidays JUST NORTH OF TOWN HIGHWAY 13
will remain for a
coming back to Luzon they turn Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Haines had there
ed and ran the other way. Now as a guest last week Mrs.
Haines' sister, Mrs. T. B. Bloun Paul Hudgins arrived from Los UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTMONDAY
If they will just keep on showing -
of Wedgefleld, S. C. Angeles, Calif., this week to
that much good sense, may Col. and Mrs. John W. Healey spend two days with his wife and

be we can have those family leave today for Jacks onvllle
Mrs. L.
her parents Mr. and
reunions next Christmas, after where they will make their home JAN. 15
W Koch. He left Los Angelesby
alLREDUCED while Col. Healey Is stationed in
this section. Their permanent plane, so have most ,

home Is in Augusta, Maine, but of a seven-day leave at home.

Mrs. Healey has spent the past He was grounded three times .

several winters in Starke and and the trip took four days, so he

PRICESON while here she and Col. Healey was here only 48 hours.'He made

were located, in the W. H. Hart the trip back without any stops. GROCERIESNATIVE I ->
: :
ALL home on Church street., I : *.

Miss Madge Mllddl ton and IM Cif'CuT'COt'It*-\\I\ AVn FOR .
Mrs S. P. Vandlvlere will spend Hit Aft fOI ..otllTY KLOKIU.

' FALL SUITS and DRESSES Tampa.the week-end with friends In I* .CIIANCKHY.VKRNA J.Plaintiff jrtES1't IDONALD I and WESTERN MEATS

Jimmy Griffis, who is stationed - :
L. McKAY. et al. t
at an Army Camp near Salt Defendant. I BALLARD

( 4 Lake City. Utah, Is' spending a QUIETING Cane No.TITLE 1614 Eto. FEEDSPRODUCE

f SOME AS MUCH short furlough with his parents, ORDER OF PUIILICATION AND
Mr. and Mrs. Gad Griffls. "
Capt and Mrs. R. M. Lee and Donald I* McKay. P. C. Jon. and
son Bobby arrived Monday night wife, Mars-l JonoK,. Banta Fe Lake
Development Co, ,Joseph Holder
AS from Carmel Calif., to. spend a John A. Graham Jam.. L. Oats I
\0. few days with Mrs. Lee's par- and wife Kittle Mi) Oat e.. Samuel .
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dow C. Lane, J. D. Mcl.emoTe and wife,
: i Kr". Busle B. McLemore, John H.
: ing. They are on their way to Oarle. Jr., and wife/ Mr. Henrietta
Lee's home in Connecticut Rarle, Jr., T. W. Pitt. and wife
: Mr. Alice Pitt. Cha Robert
and stopped over to see Sgt., Er- and wife, Mr.. Edition*. Robert. EVERYBODY WELCOME -- GIVE US A TRIAL '
nie Dowling, Jr., who came in John C. Eddie and wife, A. P.
% Eddie: F. 1. McCall and wife. Mm.
Tuesday to spend a 21 day furlough
.. Mary I. McCall If living and It
". here. Sgt Dowling just either of them b. dead ,all parties ,
claim In* Interest under any such
returned from nearly three yearsIn deceased or that ntherwla. In ando .
J ft 1. '. the 'Southwest Pacific. He will t the land hereinafter described OPEN SIX DAYS A WEEK .
.' report from here to the redistribution and to all unknown peron clalm-
Ins any rich tillor Inter..t In
OFFSternberg'S center in Miami for a aid land., which land are ./ltu> MON.-FRI.8a.m.-8p.m.SAT.-8am-
complete rest before reassign reed In Bradford County. Florida, .
and described a* follow.:
ment. t 8WV4\ of NWVi\ except one acre .
Sale on winter suits and dreMeM In NE corner and RWM\ of
SW\% and t acre In 8VV corner
at The Smart Shop. of NWVi\ of HWH, 8eo. 29; E
Miss Made line I Lecln spent of ilE' and Friday in Tampa IIE%. Bee. 10; all that portionof I
Thursday NEW\ of Sec 11 North of
with friends, and will leave Sun Santa Fe River, also NV4 of C. M. CANNON Manager
day for New :York City to visit NW>4 of NW4 of Sec. S3 all ,
In Township 1 South,, Range 31YOU
an old friend who has just returned U

: from two years service In AND EACH OF YOU.. whetherknown
or unknown, are hereby
the Pacific. notified that a suit haa been I


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County Telegraph shall publish this IN CIRCUIT -
types are also on the no point Rural CommonsenseFOLKS Florida Celebrating this Order In next four weekly Issuetf. COUNTY. FLOIUUAI COURT n1iADyCE1ty. \
list Is C111
. TOW and FARM t FUEL OIL WARNINGCold WHO BUY LAND Century of Progress; seal Witness at Starke my hand Florida and, this official Deo Lawrence H. Tager PI/Inurr/ 1
Sylvia M.
Fi j, i{ homes later on this winter AT INFLATED VALUES Future Is BrightAt ember 30, 1944. 81101. Tager Defendant ''...'INo. -
/ WARTIME n with no extra rations avail- MAY BE SORRY LATER As Clerk of said Court. ANDENOT rUl'ILI'ATION(

k.. fl able, will be the Inevitable resultof Some folks who are using their the end of a century of I,. M. Huffman, Florida National AI''I it
OFFICE OF WAR INFORMATION Florida looks back with Rank Bldg. Jacksonville, Flu. Atty. STATI'J OF FLORIDA
pared by of statehood
,. present overconsumptlon t"
increased income and the prop- for Pit. 1-5 4t 1-26 M' Talfsr who.. 8rir* J
61' fuel oil OPA warns. The request erty they own to buy other land satisfaction on an amazing degreeof mailing ,address' Is 504' "p'u! ano

ICEMINDERSMEATS by restoration of point values to to conserve supplies came are in danger of getting a terrific progress and expansion the IN THK COUNTY JflXiR'K' COI'ItT Street Ypsllantl. Michigan n r
'I' from the rationing agency followIng research division of the Florida IlItAUFOHU COUNTY, FLORIDA.. You are required tl','
: FATS-Red Stamp five vegetables and application of bump a few years from now. IN RE: ESTATE OF CLARISSA B. February J, 1945 In tb.tPllear
',\\1 wide-spread i n d icatlons The trouble is that they are State Chamber of Commerce de- CROSBY: deceased. named Court and' bon'!|h
' points to 85: percent of the total business NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE! plaintiff seeks divorce n1"1"'POFFICIAL ''
Q5 through ,?C3 good Indefinitely. that many householders have paying more for the new land clares in Its weekly re- APPLICATION FOR FINAL, DISCHAHUE County Tele..raph \ ;
c/ No new stamps until January 28. meat supply, there remain a substantial dipped too heavily ,into their fuel than its normal" earning capacity this Order In next IIhall four PUhllNh t4h't

PROCESSED FOODS Blue number of foods for oil rations and are burning: ol Justifies, and things are going view.When Florida was purchased Notice Is hereby given that .I .... weekly I..u.

": Stamps X5 through Z5; A2 which rationing points are not at a rate considerably in excessof to return to normal after the from Spain In 1821 at an average have flied my of final the estate report of as Clarissa ad.ministrator seal eStake hand and sfflrhlusry I

t through G2 good indefinitely. No states OPA. All frozen what they should have used war. When the war In over and price of 14 cents an acre, there B Crosby deceased; and that 8, 19U. Florida, tnl :.
new blue stamps will be validated up to the present point of the estimated 4,560 I have filed my petition far final ( SEAL) I
values that are' Inflated now set- were only an discharge, and that on the 31s A J Thoma J
dried fruits and vegetables, As Clerk of
I until February 1. and 1944-1943 heating season. tle back to normal, the farmer white persons In the territory. day of January 1945, I will applyto said Court .
'' SUGAR-Sugar Stamp 34 good fruit spreads, lard, soups, baked short territorial the Honorable E. K. Ferryman, L. M. Huffman Florida v t'' I "
) FARM DRAFT DISCUSSED who acquired land at abnormallyhigh The 24-year perIod County Judge of Bradford! County : BanK Bdg. Jack.onvnie, 1'la., AIt.1
r'' for five pounds indefinitely. No beans and,baby foods along Background of the Selective 'prices during the war Is going saw many adversities: the Florida, for approval of said final I for Plf. I-G 4t I-II tIfI !
new stamp until February 1. task of building roads, report and for final discharge as
with fresh fruits and vegetables! Service action requesting: draft to lose. How much be loses enormous administrator. of the eHtate ,of

FUEl OIL-East and Far West cereals, poultry and fish- depends on how deeply he became ; homes and towns and of clear- Clarissa 'I),'Crosby, deceased. ,
eggs boards to and induct
4 1 and 2 period coupons good in- I Involved in buying the ing the land, the Indian menace, This 2nd day of January, A. D.
are unratloned. In the meat list to the full extent permitted by 1945.
n, definitely. Period 3 coupon In land; if he paid only a email yellow fever, a ruinous freeze, Hugh B. Crosby,
I law in the 18
'M1 East will become good on January no point value Is attached to men age group part of the total purchase price and the competition of the newer 1-& 4t l-2 Admlnlatrator.
through 25: who hold agricultural
I 15. Period 3 coupon In Far beef hearts sweetbreads and beef years and a mortgage remained for the Western lands. -
lamb Is unratloned on deferments is containedin IN CIRCUIT COURT:' BRADFORD
l Weet will become good on January tongue; rest, he lose only the new
may In 1842 the Seven-year, $40- '
a letter written to MaJ. Gen. ( 0" VPY, FLORIDA IN CHANCKIIY. -
1 8. Mid-West and South such cuts as breasts and flank, land or what he put into the new 000,000 Seminole Wai- was declared .
Period 1, 2 and 3 coupons good shanks of all g r a des, patties Lewis B. Hersey, Director of Se- land. If he mortgaged propertyhe at end. Subsequently Flor- Henry F. Ratta Plaintiff, vs. Ruth S
lective Service by the Directorof an M. Ratta Defendant. Case No.
t and roasts In utility
steaks chop
throughout heating year.SIIOESAirplane owned to acquire the new ida experienced the boom, which 3609.
War Recon-
grade, hearts liver, sweetbreadsand and land, however,'he lose all of ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
Stamps 1, may had the whole nation accompanied -
all grades of muttonare version. James F. Byrnes. Point swept NOTICE TO APPEAR
: 2 and 3 in Book Three In- tongue; it. That Is, If time comes '
ip' good ing out that the Tydings Amend- payment toy land schemes and STATE OF FLORIDA to; Ruth
G definitely. point-free; veal is unratlonedin around and he' can't pay off. elaborate for canals rail- M. Ratta whose residence Is 257
ment to the Selective Service Act plans
such classes of cuts as breast I Myrtle Avenue Albany New
UNKATIONED FOODS flank meat, neck, shank and heel I does not give the. agricultural And probably he won't be able roads and banks. To completethe You am required to appear on I
While the over-all food rationing worker absolute exemption and to pay off with normal (not war- cycle hard times followed February 6th 1945 in the above
.I meat of all grad<
f' has been time) returns from his crops for and the sought to Improve Matter
program tightened grade and lower for"steaks, chops was not'Intended to. Director territory plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
Byrnes states: "The Secretariesof payment of war-time values requires -I its condition by admission County Telegraph shall publish! this ..
also hearts
and roasts and Order In next four weekly luiiues.
sweetbreads and tongue. No War and Navy have advisedme war- time income. Of into the Union. Witness my hand and official W hat

r, point" are needed to buy pork jointly that the calls from course, if he had enough moneyto In spite of wars, political dif- seal at Starke., Florida, this Jan- Branch ;
uary Srd, 1945.OFFICIAL
the to be pay cash for the new land ferences, booms and recessions, l
fat backs, clear plates, hocks, Army and Navy met in ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
jowls, knuckles, regular plates the coming year will exhaust the even when Its value was far in by 1845 there were 70 post-offices As Clerk of said Court. of Service

S e and bacon ends, hearts, Uv&and ellgibles in the 18 and 25 year excess of normal, he will not lose In the State and the population T. Frank Landrum, Starke 14 Florida IYou're tI
Atty. for Plf. It 1-28
tongue. A number of sausage age group at an early date. The the land after the war but !he had grown to 66,500. Ten news- ,

I Army and Navy believe It essen- will be that much poorer In his papers 'with a total circulation of Iii . ,

: tial to the effective prosecutionof farm financing some 4,000 served the people of

t the war to induct more men Farmers who bought land at the new state. During the first

S"I'ROUr" MSU.B) RKAL, In this age group . Other abnormal prices during the last year of statehood 223 ships entered -

Greatest .dv.r
property. Ha* made over age the only remaining sub- tempted to do the same thingIn ports, foreign and domestic, valued -

12,000 roles .t Homes_Karma- stantial source in this age groupis tills war some' very sound ad- > at $1,514,745.: Chief among
A..c. Barer from all over tha
World. Free open UctlBK. in the 364,000 men now de- vice on the matter the money crops were tobacco, FINDA

,:' ARE E. A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY ferred because of agricultural oc- There's nothing faulty about cotton, sugarcane, livestock and

cupation. You have further advised rounding out -one's fannlng'unlt forest products. The modest be-

Our Represented me that if this group Is not by the acquisition of a small but ginnings of Industry were evi-

,J1';. Specialty Locally by available, you must call into the good piece of land that can be denced In the manufacture of HEARTYWELCOME'

F. C. IIOLLINGSWORTH service occupational 1 y deferredmen bought at values In accord with salt at Key West, starch from

4 I' NO MATTER WHAT TYI'E'I 116 S. Walnut St. in the next age group 26 wild coontie on the lower East ii,
Its normal peace-time earning
''I OF FABRIC, IT'S ALL, THE years and older most of whom Coast and lumber, naval stores,
but who Is 1f
capacity anyone con-
SAME TO US. BRING US are fathers. The Chairman of leather, cigars sugar, brick, lime, EXPERT f
sidering such a move certainly
YOUR WORST JOBS, WE the War Production Board, Mr. carriages, wagons and ships In I!
I Ij1ti! should give the matter serious
r KNOW HOW TO SAVE 4 Crug, advises me that the loss study and determine whether the North and West Florida. In WORKMANSHIPALL at t

: THAT of these men would make it extremely 845 value of crops approximated
DRESS OR SUIT price asked for It Is inflated or
difficult if not impossible 17,000,000, merchandise, 2.000 ,
";i FOR FURTHER. WEAR. FOR ACID INDIGESTION normal before he buys. And
,I to meet critical war de 000 and manufactured goods, $1-
when such a purchase la made '
r mands. Moreover, these older 000,000.In 'WORKGUARANTEED
NEW the more cash the buyer can put JORDAN'SBAR
men would not meet the,, expressed contrast today Florida can
In it, the easier,It will be for him
'I,. METHODCLEANERS needs of the Army and Navy." later "on. point to the fastest growing pop-
ulation in the nation to the

F- BISMA-REX' Hints To HousewivesBy If a farmer wishes to expandhis greatest Increase in retail trade,,
: land valuesare
production and
to millions in fruit and vegetable YOU CAN ENTRUST YOUR l
it Is much better
Anna Mae Sikes abnormal reduction In manufacturing and FINEST WATCH TO OUR .
50Carpenter's < for him to lease land than to
and half
Extension Nutrition Specialist In recreation, one a CARE
load himself down for witha
y ROBERT GREEN Owner years billion dollars in war contracts,

J 315 Temple Avenue Drug Storei DON'T WASTE FOOD big.debt.Florida. and to more than two billion dollars PADDY LIBRETTI MGR.\

i, ,,. I .I Food saved is the equivalent of A g r Icultural Experi- income to her citizens.

extra food produced. When'you ment Station economists advise

i I : prevent waste and use ,food you farmers to work on'' a cash basis! IN CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORDCOvwrY TheSTAG 115 WEST CALL ST.
have on hand before you buy If possible pay off old debts be- CKHY. -

WonJ Gift SLMHS. more, you leave more food In the ware of inflated land values and Oscar A. Rlckerd, Plaintiff, VS.
Bernice L. R I a k erd. Defendant.Case .
I store for others to buy. Invest as much as possible in No. 3494.ORDER Carter Bldg. .Starke --.-
( Plan meals around foods In sea- war bonds to serve as financial OF PUBLICATIONAND , ., ., '

V DK"SIK' DAVIS, PHOPUIKTOR son, especially plentiful ones, and reserves after the war. Such a STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to Pernlce ,: " ,

course is not only sound financial whose residence la ------ --------
as you plan, remember to use L.1 Rlckerd
left-overs. This will mean that economy for the farmer, but It Is 5425 Bewick Detroit Michigan.
to on
You required appear
; our food supply can be stretchedso very definitely an aid to winningthe January 29th, 1946, In the above

G if ts -o that there Is more food for war as soon. as possible. plaintiff namod Court seeks and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein t

other Important uses-our armed County Telegraph shall publish this

SouvenirsNovelties \VF T119H'! WRAP forces our allies, and the hungry Gen. Blanding Tells Order Witness in next my four hand weekly and offl..lalIleal Issues. p '" Qt .

TO MAIL victims of war. at Florida, this December
What To Do If 28th, 1444.OFFICIAL .
Some of the food wasted you ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas

f can see some you don't notice. Bombed By Robots An Clerk of said Court.T. Ir GV
You can see slices of dry breadIn Frank Landrum Starke, Florida, rgtodg 6I
FOR SAFETY COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE Atty. for Plf. 12-21 4t 1.19
{ the bread box, moldy bread Instructions on "What to do incase l

and burnt toast. You can see i of robot or 'rocket bomb at- IN TUB' COUNTY JUnOE'S' COURT

FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES plate leavings, outside leaves of I tack" have :just' 'been received by IN 1..I-.4.UFOnU RK. ESTATE.COUNTY OF P. ,A.FI.OH1IIA.CROSBY.,

f lettuce A.'' J. Thomas'commander of the deceased. .
and green vegetables ::
'r FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION thrown away when they might Bradford County defense setup : NOTICE APPLICATION OF INTENTION FOR FINAL TO MAKE, D18- Jaltlng

I PLEASE PHONE 147 have been trimmed and used. You from General Albert H. Blanding CHAHOE.I .
thick director of the State Defense I Notice l la hereby given that I
can see
potato ,
I have filed my final report as administrator
sugar left in coffee cups meat, Council of F1o da. I of the estate of P. A. .

UNION BUS STATIONLACY milk or leftovers that have Gen. Standing's bulletin stated: Crosby my petition deceased for; that final I have discharge filed, I ABOUT

spoiled because they are not prop- "While it Is the belief of this of- and that on the list day of January

CONWAY, Agent erly stored and cereals Infested fice that attack on this countryby 1945, I will apply to the
Honorable E. K. Ferryman
Temple Ave. Starke, Florida with weevils because they were robot or rocket bombs Is, at Judge of Bradford County Florida,
not in tight containers. the present time, extremely unlikely for approval of said final report
r final discharge as administrator -
and for cTzi'
Waste you cannot always see still: it has always been of the estate of P. A. iA

Includes meat bones that couldbe rather surprising that some formof Crosby, deceased. A. D.
This 2nd day of January
"hate attack" has not been
saved for .
soups good vegetable 1945.
MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT made And in view
cooking waters, rich i in on our coasts. Hugh B. Crosby '
of present happenings, It mightbe 1-5 4t 1.26 Administratoriv
vitamins and minerals, part of an
used for that such an attack would be CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD IiIne.
egg .
coating or "crumb-
ROY'RESTAURANT S made by of these bombs." CO"N'I'V. FLOIIIIIAI IN CHAM..
111\\ 111\\ Ing" other food, sirup in canned means <'IHY.

fruit, left-overs neglected In refrigerators The bulletin then gave the following Aaron'Thnmp..on. Plaintiff, vs. Mat
Defendant. CaseNo.
Instructions to be followed"In tie Thompson
food not
completely 2838
scraped out of a cooking pan or the event that robot or rocket ORDER OF PUBLICATION tod

serving dish. 'These bomb attacks are made upon the AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
e may not STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mattle
UNDER : visibly add' up to that stick of I United States and your com- Thompson, whose residence and
butter or two large but munity should; be threatened: mailing address In: 113 Beech 9
eggs, to 9 Dally
Rosavllle, deorgla.
they come near It. 1. Air raid .1 t g n all may not Street You are required to appear on Restaurant t t HourS:

When food to I sound. If the air raid signals February 5, 1945, In the above Except Tuesday b bYou're
to goes waste, named Court and cause, wherein
labor that went into growing do sound* follow the rules In plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford

t harvesting, and processing the which you havs been Instructed.
d --------
: l t r i food also La wasted.To 2. Obey the orders of the local

.- authority Including civilian de-
prevent waste, plan and

I. buy first what you need, store fense personnel. = a Service Man

d foods to keep them fresh, pre 3. These bombs may fall with

pare only as much food as the out warning. Be on the alert.

,. I IF' family will eat at one meal, 4. If a bomb Is seen or heard =-- and are looking for

measure Ingredients accurately BO approaching! behind any pro _

there will be no failure in cookIng tection available or lie face down '

1 %' use left-overs, and serve and protect your head and face the right things at the

only as much of any food as the with your arms. I

I STEAK CHOPS individual will .eat. 5. In case of continued bomb- right price.

Ings, seek the nearest shelter. Get

FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Indoors! Avoid the hazard of fly-

OF STARKE Ing glass. r
Christian Sts
6. In case of I n t e rmlttant
Rev W. G. SnuMlley Pa
bombing attack, proceed cauti
Services as follows: ously but remain on the alert to
Bible School each Sunday at
take shelter if
10 a. m.Preaching. *

and' communion ser 1, Do not ,use the telephone .

vices at 11 a. m. and 7:3 p. m.: unless you need help.

Prayer meeting each Wednesday 8. If you are near a radio, keep

at 7:30: p. m. it tuned to a local station.

0 Pastor's residence: Green Cove 9. Curb your'curioeity.. Do not 'THE STORE ALL SOLDIERS KNOW"

OPEN' 8 A. M. 2 A. II. EACH DAY EXCEPT MONDAY'\ Springs. go, to the scene of the bomb ex-

q BREAKFAST LUNCHEON 4> DINNER plosion. Stay where you are or

Sandwiches And Short Orders fl GH "B"INFANTILE PARALYSIS go not 10.about spread Do your not rumors.rely business.upon and do JEWELRY\ GIFTS UNIFORM ,

JAM. 14-31 .! 11. Be calm.

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. . . a . Y --- i.v cmcriT (IHT., 8"AUFOIIU. uary 3rd. 1945.OFFICIAL I I
end.Mr. ('OI'N'I"FI.Olun.', inerulillne \ t'IIA4En
and Mrs. H. G. (Jack) (' '-. I ( PEAL) A. J Thomas, ,.\
f heressaBy Jarrell and daughters, Jackie and It. Praca. Plaintiff. v.. As Clerk of said Court.
" IEI(2VICIE V IRAIDJE Frauds P. 1>ra.... Defendant. Case I T. Frank Landrum, Starke Florida ;
Beverley of Jacksonville
I recently No. R5IO. Atty. for Plf 1.5 4t 1-1 (
Miss Ida itaganv. visited Mrs. Jarrell's parents, Mr. ORDER OF" PUnUICATICM I "
. . . . .1 ---------- AND NOTION TO APPKAK >
and Mrs. W. W. Packham.
.1I STATE OF P'LORIllA to: FrancUP.
O 1-c B.
of Palatka filled F. Geiger visited his ,,'
Ground Force Replacement No. 1
Hogarth I
appointment at Hope mother last weekend.Mrs. Dear Mr. Matthews: This Is the Fort Ueorite U. Meade, Maryland.You 'PHI tl aH r :
I've received: three papers In the I way BradfordCounty ..., ....... are required to appear on { f
,ttot Church Saturday 'and Sucech and Mrs. Crequeof I '!Ii'!! I". .' '..> February 6th, IIIfl, In the above
Hampton visited Miss Ida past two date and even If they boys like named Court and (cause wherein -1' _
iday. are old, I qnjoyed\ reading: them.It : to pose for their plaintiff seeks divorce, Rrndford. 4" B. n
Hall and Miss Grace Hagan this week. County Telegraph shall publish this
tra. Lydia : Hold- "r'
makes me feel good to read plctur e*: Order In next four Imiiioi.Wltneim .
anon visited Mrs Fred Dodd S-Sgt. W. R. Thomas, who has the news from home. Ing a prized trophy my hand and official ''t f,'
Mldlakea, Friday. ,been serving la of war in seal at Stark. Florida. this Jan.
overseas, spendIng This finds me feeling fine and
fgt. Felix Sullivan Is home on 20 the South Pacific ar' . ,' . Start Your Post-War :f
a day furlough with his enjoying life out here In the blue k' ," .' "It' ,. I. ., . .
tl day furlough prior to re- +Mt, Planning Now I
a captured
wife and son and his father Pacific, even If INFANTILEPARALYSIS ,'
IlamL.\Ing !to redistribution center Lacy 'Thomas of Lake Geneva.He _._.______ It Is this verv time warm.we Japanese Shown flag.hereare r FIGHT Place Your Order Now For :1 s

2-c Joe' Kelsay of Beaufort. also visited the Thomas fam- are In port, butI two local JANUARY l4IIFt1H The Following Appliances: ,f
C., wa home for the. week ily here Wednesday. don't knowfor lads who neverexpected ..... ......'...,.....,,*' 0.' ',.' *' '' .' \
how long.I to :
met one of "meet up" with BENDIX
rompt''' Service Careful Drivers my uncles to- each other in "' fwt AUTOMATIC :
the Pacific I FC
day and I'm but they did: I 4/1I/I/fJi HOME LAUNDRY

STARKE TAXI SERVICEand still looking for They are HarleyF. ? ;' W.... i I ,!

one of my Strong, Jr., tl9ta... --.." ..,1 HOT POINTREFRIGERATORS .
brothers, whoIs Sea. 1-c. (left)
out here son of Mr. and i iat 'i
some place. Mrs.; Harley F. Strong of Kingsley Lake, and Austin Smith, Sea. 1-c RANGES J
MACK'S TAXI SERVICEPhone It's been o ve. r (right) son of Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Smith of Sampson. WATER HEATERS i
two yearsa Before entering the service, Harley attended the Georgia Military the I M
150 since I saw Academy and Is now in the Seabees, operating a bulldozer. on (
him last. As These Become Available
the construction 'alrstrlpa,: somewhere in the Pacific. I
,. Day 0 Night I noticed in the paper where Austin la on duty at an Aviation Supply Depot. He has been CAMP'DINER We Will Fill Orders t
old BUS
really went down In history -
In Order of
overseas for eight months. Application I
In football
this I
would have liked to have year.been The boys met somewhere in the Admiralty Islands, 3000 miles from I
'OId Sarge's Place there this past season to see the home. How they got hold of the Jap flag is still a secret.' BED LAMPS 'i

games, even If I couldn't have

The accompanying Corner' Call & CherryHighest i
MARKETS ORIGINAL There are some pretty girls
h o to I

ARMYSTORE: here the ,girls but they back can't,home.compete with shows In the that Pacific men Atw t .. O. !I RADIO )

Be sure to keep my papers still have time Quality I
coming because when I don't get for a little fun SERVICE
them I get lonesome.
and horseplay In
the good old home news spite of their ar STEAKSand I
when you're as far away as I duo u s duties. i s, ti

Authorized am.This The second smll1 WINKLER
L. S. T. life' Is plenty n g face from CHOPS
By The War Department tough and especially when we are the left la one ELECTRIC
out at sea. that is very
Sincerely familiar around .
Operated Ex-Soldier USS, L.S.T. 787, care FPO especially to 3.. '4' Open 9 A. M.-9 P M.
By an San Francisco, Calif. football fans. It 226 Temple .Te.
is none 'other t Daily Except Thursdays
: ,
than J. E., N1oM A
HEADQUARTERSFOR CALLS JAP FOOD "LOUSY" (Judy) M c Rae _._ ...orOJ....... .L .. .;.,_ ...,.... _ ... _.n _._,_..11-
son of Mr. and
.' Rae of S t arke, 1 ', SERVICES
who was an outstanding ..

the Tornado playeron Y Y ,.ya -EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT
Ben Suslow'SArmy squad when a
student at BHS.
He has been on

Store duty in for the Pacific 14- SUNDAY SCHOOL 3 p, M.

months. 1'

09 E. Call? Street Starke, Fla. # \. f In a letter to ': Y Everyone Invited To Come And Feel

tji_ ; j4 the Judy home states that ..... You Are A Part Of Us.

the native boy shown In the picture serves au a general flunky
FAIL TOVISIT around their area In camp and that the men have taught him enough e
: English to be able to order him about. Needless to say, the grass-
0"\1' skirted figure is not a native glamour girl, but just "one of the

To a fellow used to Bradford boys" dressed up to have a little fun. Gospel Mission,
County "hog an' hominy". Jap Judy's brother, Robert M. (Bobby) McRae, Sea. 1-c, was also a
THE food la the "lousiest in the stellar player for the BUS Tornadoes. He ha been In the Navy Assembly Of God
world". That is the opinion of since May 15 and has Just returned to New York after making his ;
Marine Gunnery Sgt. John Ran- first sea voyage to Puerto Rico, South AmerIca and the Honduras. )

present hospitalized I at Long ON DUTY IN PACIFIC vitals of the vaunted German J. A. BROOKS MINISTER
Beach, Calif., for eye treatment J. E. Bennett. St. M. 2-c has Gothic Line, taking Italian peaksas a4
WHERE Sgt. Quarles Is well, remembered recently been transferred to dutyin high as 3400 feet-pretty "far
here, having graduated from the Pacific after undergoing up" for a fellow from the Brad-
B.H.S., where he played forwardon training at the Coast Guard ford County flat woods.
the basketball team during Training Station, Manhattan I II I The 339th landed In Italy last THROUGH
1035. '36 and '37. He Is a.veteran Beach N. Y. He Is the son of I March 15 after a training periodin THESE PORTALS
Can Be Seen Being Made Every Minute of five years In the Marine Mr. and Mrs.. G. E. Bennett of North Africa and was the PASS THE BEST SOLDIERS
Corps, having served as a drill Jacksonville, formerly of Starke. 'first unit of the 85th Division in '
Take Home A Dozen instructor at Parris Island, S. C., the line when It was committedto ONE AR, T 11'WATCH ,
and as a V-12 Instructor at the AT MOODY FIELD action the following day.
40c per DozenHAMBURGERS University of Southern California Pvt. James Pringle son of Mrs. The Polar Bears got their namein
Daisy PrIngle of Lawtey, was World War I.when they foughtin
It was during one of his many home on a three-day pass from waist-deep snow along the 400-
combat patrols on Guam that Moody Field, Ga., last week-end, mile front between Archangel
Made From Fresh Ground Sirloin Steak Sgt. Quarles first tasted Japanesefood. visiting his wife and mother. Pvt. and Leningrad In Russia. the
"We found a supply Pringle Is an aircraft mechanicon -
mostly canned fish rice and B-25s and has been in the GETS COIB.TWAnD:
Jwift's Premium Pure Florida saki," he said. "We opened a can service since November 1942. Pfc. Leonard Bryant, son of
of fish. It was sickly yellow and Duncan Bryant of Ralford has
I oiligh, with a smell stronger than FIGHTING IN ITALY been cited by the 338th Infantry
HOT DOGS ORANGEADEOPEN cru abed garlic. At first we Pvt. Lewis A. Brosky, whose Regiment and awarded the Com-
though It was rotten, but all the home before entering the servicewas bat Infantryman Badge! for abil-
MIDNIGHT rest were exactly like it. Beside at Lawtey, is a member of ity shown under firo. The 338thIs
EVERY DAY TIL 12 that stuff' even our C-rations the'339th (Polar Bear) Regiment, part of the 85th (CUster) Divi-
Closed All Day Each Friday ,seemed like a banquet." which recently shattered the sion now fighting in Italy.

- - - - ---
--,......,. BACK: IN STATES
Felix M. Sullivan, Tech 4, has

Even a months returned overseas to the States in the after Panama 32 WHEN YOU THINK OF (1 L ir
PwqjA ,
Canal Zone. He is now enjoyingAt IIdo
WOODENINDIAN furlough at do i''
the home of his

[parents Mr. and
,I Mr. C 1 eveiand!
I Sullivan of The- jQj
COULD FEEL TilE WARM '' ressa, and will :
{report about
i A 1 r Forces re-
\distribution center -

[has been serving .f
W'1 than air

WIlY NOT GATHER warning regiment during his tour service men throughthe
TOGETHER A FEW of duty overseas.

FRIENDS TONIGHT -' portals of P. S.

HOURS OF GOOD Ovid I,. Futch, whose home is THINK OFGISLAIN'S Stores. There MUST

FELLO W 8 HIP IN at Lawtey was graduated last r 5
THE PLEASANT week from the Navy's Radio be a reason.
SURROUNDINGS School at the U. S. Naval TrainIng -

Station, Sampson New York.
He Is now awaiting assignmentto

BLkNOINGCENTER station.sea duty or to a Navy shore STORESAT

Selected for the school by a '
series of aptitude tests given during -
13 4 MAYBELLE recruit training, he has received NEXT TO KOCH DRUG STORES a .
Instruction in sending and
MANAGER | receiving radio message In In-
ternaUonal; Morse Code.


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those new wives wishing: to give slts. of common stock
Trouble I've Had", led by
Hear with total par value of
r Alison. service. $25.00000

,; ,J Recorded Sermons Duhng the brief meeting fol- The committee In charge of this Pledged assets MRMOHANnA'
lovriitg the luncheon Mrs. James very enjoyable affair was com- curltle ,loaned) (book

!. I:' f c:; At the Walnut Street USO Llcjdon, chairman of the.Wive's posed of Mrs. Everett Yeatman (a value) U. S.); Government obligations G

; ,', Army Wlve'u luncheon party on 'Council, presided. At th t, New- Mrs. Forrest E. Bush, Mrs. Bruce I direct and A A

( comer's Ooke Hour held immediately B. Saunders, and Mrs. George J. : guaranteed pledged 10tI..ure
i t Tuesday the Rev. Grover Alison, del o H I It. and
following the program a Mathteu. other liabilities 684404.48
j''', lector of St Mark'sEpiscopal (i I number of new wives were acquainted (b) Other a "ets pledgedto

Church capably presented excerpts with the facilities and secure, deposits and
I G. I. Wives Study other II a'bllitle. (including rI
from typical Negro sermons I activities of the USO. Those notes and bills ,
recordings and were Mrs. Sidney An- Plastic CraftsThe redlscounted. and securities D ,
via phonograph present o
j I''. sold' Under repurchase .
readings from "God's Trombones" noota Mrs. Fred W. Vogel, Mrs. GI wives'luncheon a..r.'m.n17,192.25' '
Weldon John Michael : ; Hack Mrs Charles K. regular
r by James Ji', at the, USO-NCCS club was held (e) 'T01;..u:.' ;-t__..... .6e 1.5990.71
Frank and
d son. Prefacing this part'' of the Sanborn. Mrs1. Kuch
Mrs Ruth Fausect
't.:l' program the assemblage sang the !, Mrs. Wesley Groves. Wednesday. : Secured iu1'.l...t. rr.d

. '. spirit u a 1 Is "Swing Low Sweet Later in the afternoon the Vol- and Mrs. Mary Jane Chriatensen Deposit liabilities;. i'Ip u red by

) !, Chariot" and "Nobody Knows the unteer Hour was attended by prepared the meal, which con- pledged assets pursuaat.
I ; sisted of creamed chipped beef to requirement, (' of:! law $49,771.50! Ar

!',W .0 _ ..,_..... ....... ,.- _u" ....- l P .H._'''' '.0_'_' .. English peas,, a!: green salad, pie TOTAL' .___H.-4J-: -- '89,771. 'r ,.

f '. and coffee. (a) On dace -"report the

ffi .' EVERY, BRANCH. )OF Those ''attendlnAi''Were Eleanor against required. deposits legal reserve of this

Stout. Stella Bartach, Virginia hank was 4S6.327
(b) Assets yepgrrtodabove.
Llddon Frances Tyus Nettle which were eligible an
Bush Katie Mat bleu. Virginia legal reserve amountedto r rb rr
; iniuranceb _____._ __ $2.174.878.15
a; Koleck Pearl W h 1 tlock. Ada I. S. L. Peek 7r., Cashier of

Hoyt, Kay Brown, Ben Chllds the above-named bank, do solemnly
that the above !
wear statement I.
Margaret Osborne. Patty Os- true and that It fully and correctly
borne. Stephanie Kopel and Ros- represents the true stats of
I. the several matters. herein contained -
: alie Herzog. and net forth, to the best. of

P, B. C. WALL Following the meal a plastic my knowledge-. and. .beliefS L. PEEK JR.

: crafts class was held. Plans Correct-Attest: '

were made for the luncheon next R. Pearce Markham

{ week with Katie Mathieu; and P. A.. JBrlnnon
: Agency d W II < .well
Virginia Llddon volunteering aa Directors..
Constant Service Over 50 Years co-chairmen. COUNTY OF BRADFORD s..
f. 1 Sworn to and subscribed beforeme
thin 10th day of January 1946
1 Rites SaturdayFor and I hereby. certify that I am not
Please Phone USCLASSIFIED an officer or director of this bank.
Wm. A. Jones (SEAL) A. J. THOMAS
Clerk of Circuit Court County of

William A. Jones, 77, retired Bradford State of Florida. It

ADS I farmer and pioneer resident of IN: CIRCUIT 00111?. BRADFORD

'r'i i I. Bradford County, died late Friday COUNTY. FLORIUAl IN C'HANCKItY. Car Owners ROaj

night at his home near Thereasa, Martha Corrlna Prldg-en Farrow

following an illness of two weeks. plaintiff,. v.. Hermon I* Farrow, ryS *
I Defendant. Cane No. Sill.
; 1I'0UNX-l red barrow and 1 yellow SPENCER SUPPORTS Individually Besides his widow'Mra. Kettle ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Who Do Not

gilt, marked crop and under- designed: Mra. Bertha Pearce, 166 I.' Jones he is survived by a NOTICE TO APP1 Alt
hit In one ear and split under- West Madison St. 73S4tpFOR STATE OF FLORIDA to: HermonL.
ii/ bit In other ear. Owner may brother, A. J. Jones of Klsslm- Farrow whose residence. Is % Heed This
;' have by paying for this ad and SALE-Old model Remington I mee ;:8 stepson Herbert F. Clov- Roosevelt Tavern, Oranby Street,
", ;. keep L. U. Powell, Htarke. Itp typewriter, In good mechanical Norfolk, Virginia.You .
condition. May be seen at Newspaper -' ersettle.; U. S. Coast Guard, Norfolk -

;. ., LOST-Whit I dog ,black head, office. It Va.; three stepdaughters, February are 12th.required, 1946 to In appear the above on ,0 .p A Warning; '., t '
19 3 II. ,
white streak down face
Mrs Bessie Chandler and Mrs. named Court and cause, wher.lnplaintiff
d I. Tenn. taca. Answers to name of FOR RENT-4 room house. Sea seeks'''divorce, custody of
Poochle., Mi's. Ruth..Punch, Box Jeff Lewis 4% miles out on old Stella Manlre'of Jacksonville, and Child and other relief. Bradford Run the Risk ,
4 81. "P Ralford road. '" 1-5 Zip Mrs,:, Cyril Manlre of Starke. County Telegraph shall l publish '

l FOR SALE-40 acres, 4% miles this -"'. 'four weekly a .
; Funeral services held Saturday issues
j. FOR SALE-Light oak dining room were -
from Htarke, '34 acres under cultivation I Witness my hand and official of r
suit also bicycle See Mrs. Bessie in the Theresaa Christian Not GettingNew
6 pasture black
: soil ,
Davis,* Wonder Gift Shop. seal at Starke Florida.. this Jan- .
1-12 8t rolling; 7 room house modern, Church with the Rev.,Fred podd uary 4th, 1945 .
and 4 room tenant house with officiating. Interment was in (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs '
f y I Foil BALK-One good work horse. electricity. Oood barn sheddedall Clerk of said Court, Tires!! "Illsrj
If.. About 1,009 Ib.l ISB-E:' W. around mule, cow, and calf; 'Hope Cemetery under the direc- W. C. Hardesty, Daytona Beach

{n Tompklntl, Ralford 1-12 3tp electric farming lights crops; raised truck. and also general strawberries tion of DeWitt C. Jones. Florida. Atty..for: Plf. 1-13 4t 2-2

,. all wire fenced and several Pall bearers were Clyde Hall
/ cross fence., with a lane IN CIRCI"IT 'OI'RT RIIAIIFORU
Bill Hall W. E. Packham H.
30 ROOMS from pasture to house to rurfnlng I COUNTY! FLOHIIlAl" CIIA\-
: water 4% miles to school, Thomas. Clyde Hersey and D. J, CKHV.Rebar .
H mile to church. Reason for Phillips. Hlnaon plaintiff, vs. Wood-
) ; ALL FURNISHED selling, too old to look after It. row J. Htnson. Defendant. Case
All buildings erected within the No. 3622 't*..
last 3 years David Q. Kelly ORDER OF PUBLICATION
'i BOOK A ROOM AHEAD Route 2, Box IRS Starke. 1-5 2tp Funeral Today AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

i t'I"II' FOR YOUR WIFE WILL HELL one mule, and a horse- For Bolen JohnsBolen row STATE J. Hlnson OF FLORIDA, whose address to,. Wood-l Ie: ) )

OR PARENTS nd-a-half wagon harness. and APO 678 Unit 1. Miami.Florida.
MrClellan saddle for $150 cash. You are required to appear on
; Johns, 63, life-long resident -
Gall Heat In Each Room See R. A. Weeks It February 12th, 1945, In the above VRZE1
of Bradford County, died at named Court and (cause wherein 1
FOR RALTC-Electric". his home in Hampton,early Wed- plaintiff seeks. divorce and custody -
J. M. Mitchell 202 W. MadisonSt. ''children.
LARRY'S PLACE of minor' Bradford
i .'. 1-12 2t nesday morning. He had beenIII County Telegraph shall. publishthis _

KINGSLEY LAKE for several weeks. Order In. next. four weekly
--Small trailer with Issues.
studio couch dinette New tires. Funeral arrangements are In Witness hand and official
Feet From B Gate my
1000 Very reasonable. of K y -McCabe funeral
l Also upright charge e seal at Starke. "Florida this January
folding I steel baby carriage.Sklpp'a home of Jacksonville and services 10th.,. 1945.; '
Trailer Park Boomtown. "A.
r HELP WANTEDt-Male or female Itp will be held' In Santa Fe Ceme- As Clerk of said Court.
'* young to work In PX photo
1" studio. Experience. not necessary. tery, Hampton, at 2 p. m. today (OFFICIAL SEAL)
FUR HALLO-1941 house trailer, '
Wonderful opportunity for advancement. grade 1 tires, .sleeps four. 411 (Friday), Attys.Knight for& KnIght I'lf. stark"l I Florida 4t 2-2
; Good salary. Call or Colson I St., Gainesville 1>12 lip Survivors include two daughters ,
write for appointment. White'sPhoto
t' Studio PX 28, Camp Blan- o'Olt HALE-12 gauge double burretl Mrs. Lettie Parker of Starke 19. CIRCI'IT COI.ItT, BRADFORD 3i
ding Telephone No. 178. shotgun and 1 box shells.. and Miss Irma Johns of Belle COUNTY:' .FLORIDA lCHAA:' -
12-29 3tp James Peterson Itp Glade; one son, Cpl. Merrill M. Roy Moore, Plaintiff 'vs.
'' ,. :FOR SALH-Income property on FOR HALM-Family milk cow with Johns USA, serving in India; Ruth Mae Moore Defendant. Case
and near Blandlng highway 8- heifer calf 7 days old W. C. No. 8523 .
.G\ room cottage two 8-room cabins; Conner, Rt. 2, Box. 182, Starke. three brothers. S. R. Johna of ORDER OF1 PUBLICATION
have elect rlolty. Farm land 111' Starke, L. G.I Johns of Hampton AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
1111 pasture, wood., bulling lots 60acres.
4, . Owner. P. O. Box 206 REWARD person who finds :. and P, E. Johns of Jacksonville; Mae Moore, whose residence Is unknown -
Starke. Also commercial nutcracking and returns. sun goggles removed three sisters Mrs. Hester Griffls r '
"'El'\ machine. Work by from ear These are specially Mrs. You are required to appear on
Ellen Saxon and Mra.
Jij.:! hand. 12-t ftp ground glasses. of no use to any I February 12th, ,1945, In the above
'K. one but owner Hartmann' Apartments Della Dyal, all of Hampton three named Court and cause. wherein
') WANTED! Efficient! housekeeper.No Apt. No. 3. Phone 62-W. lip ?randc h II d II en Mrs Jeanette plaintiff seeksdivorce./ Bradford
(J1 cooking or care of small County Telegraph shall i publish
;1'1 children required. Apply Immediately. Wynn and Ray and Charles Parker this Order In next. four weekly
I i f.F Mrs W. M. Wlm- LADY of, Starke. Issues. '
;s berljr. Post Office Stark. ltD Witness my hand and official
r! CARD OF THANKSWe seal at Starke. Florida, this Jan-
FOR SALE-Wicker baby carriage, CASHIERS 10th. 1445.! "'
'I' I reasonably prloed.,'Apply W. L wish to"thank our'friends ''I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J. Thomas. 7i1 J
.e rlllco,! 311 North Church St. and relatives ''for' all' kindnesses As Clerk'' of said Court. (
1-12 Stp 'WANTED T. 1I'rank'lAndrum. Starke, Florida;
and 'shown
sympathy "' us duringthe Atty.. for PIt?I ""> 1-12 4t 2-2
Illness of tht lat* ''.-T: Dar- "
WANTED--To buy or lease small -
...,.......> of arreave' with pecanor .FOR CAMP BLANDINQAND ley who departed this life, Dec. IN CIRCUIT: COt'RT BRADFORD ty

null fruit home.trees A/,, or S. with McCay a, nice gen., STARKK I 28, 1944. (Signed)' the family. CKRY.Denote COUNTY. FL4MUDAI .IN R CHAN- yirestonFACTORY t"

del, Lawtey. 'I lip ,
.r r Lee Crosby Plaintiff vs.
CARD OF TIIANKS Melvin Lawrence I Crosby,. Defen
q\ MATTRBS8H3] of alt kinds renovated 8 HOUR SIIIFTS We wish to 'thank ,our many dant. Case No. 8524. '
; furniture upholstered andrefinished.
.. friends for. the kind
Pron IIH ft card. expressionsof AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
HA8TINOS4 MATTRESS -CO., Box GOOD PAY sympathy and for the beautiful STATE OF FLORIDA to: MelvlnLawrence -
210. Palatka Fla. tf I, '_, Crosby whose. residenceIs
t flowers that meant ao much '
Walterboro.South Carolina ;
FOR HALF-118 t4I'RclaI4-door l-ulck
APPLY during our recent bereavement.Mrs. You are required to appear on
sedan 5 Rood tires. Contact
pre-war February 12th,. 10.15. In the abovenamed
(*. Barbara Conway and fame
I George Johns at Denmark' O. O. Court
Furniture. Co., or R. fl.I WILLIAMSI I ily. __ and cause wherein
plaintiff seeks< divorce. Bradford
Johns, Lake huller 1-5 2tp ORANGE LINES
I County Telegraph shall publish
RPPOft'l' or CONDITION! or this Order In' next four weekly '
1 '. FOR SALE.-One John Deere tractor TICKET OFFICEAT KL.OHIUA BANK AT 8TARKHnf issues.Witness. ,
on rubber, tiller seeder and disk ....
Ntark IB stet. of Florida my hand and official
harrows. Newly overhauled., IILANUINO CENTER .t th* .,!... of bu.lnr.H on Ovrtfi... seal at Stark* .Florida this Jan-
I good condition. Contact R. S. her. 3O, lei uary 10th., 1945
Johns, Lake.- lIuU"r. 'd' ,'Fla. 1-5 2tp AtSKTS (OFFICIAL !SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas 0:0
Loan and dtncount (In.cludlnir As Clerk of said Court :

,. .. . , 'Ja..( overdraft T. Frank Lnndrum. Starke, Florida
t | 15.8111.37 Atty. for Plf. v 1-12 4t 2-2
United States Government -
obligation, d 1 'RATION
rect and guaranteed 1,592,087.40 IN CIRCUIT COI'IIT, IIIl\l>FOlinCOI NO .oi. i.altltlrCERTIFiCA"iE
Obligation of States and NEEDED
political aubdtvlilon CKHY.Thelma '
Cash, balance with other 230,108.23 Rhodan Profitt, Plaintiff/ ... 6.OO-16
bank. Including: reserve vs. Oscar. Profltt, Defendant. Ca.
1 ; : balance. and No. 8625. '
SALE collection ___.___.... 583,70.78 NOTICE TO APPEAR
Bank remises ow n d STATE OF FLORIDA to: Oscar
17,74887, furniture and Profitt whose address Is Pvt. Oscar IIs
Y fixture I5.038.8J ____ 13,78(2 Profltt A.S.N. 13018138. A PO. 800 YOU GET ALL THESE EXTRA VALUES :
Other assets __....... 5,319.24 Mtausa. D.T.C, I.%, Postmaster, New
HOUSE IN TOWN TOTAL ASSETS ...-__ 13,501.708.11LIA.HU.ITIEII You are required to appear on
February 12th, 184& In the above
FURNISHED 94.000 Demand deposit of individuals named Court and cause wherein Guaranteeel'Materials and
TERMS partnership. plaintiff seeks divorce and Maiden 4. Grade A Quality Camelback
and corporations ____ 1.475,3(1.51 name restored. Bradford County -
Tim. deposits of Indl- Telegraph. shall publish this Order Workmanship .
;'w Iduala. part ncrshlpa. In next four weekly issues. '
SIX BOOM HOUSE u4 :, and corporation 515.493.68 Witness my hand and official 2. Prompt Service S. Factory Methods Used
Depoelt of United States seal. at Stark., ;
L't.f'\. 1":,' \. I BARGAIN {9500 rl< . Government, (Includingpotal uary 10th., 1145.Florida this Jan-

<. TERMS tI Deposits: laving of Statts*)' ---and--- J09.810.93 As(OFFICIAL Clerk of, SEAL said)Court.. A. J. Thomas, 3. Famous Firestone Gear-Grit. 6. Extra Tread Depth for

f political subdivision 1.316.80 T. Frank Landrum Starke, Florida, Tread on Any Make'.Tire '
I TWELVE: ROOM ;. Other and deposits officers(certified checks. Atty. for Plf. i.ii 4t 2-2 Longer Mileage

_ LJ ,TOURIST HOME etc.) ._____________.__ .43(31 IV: CIRCUIT $6300 TKKMS: TOTAL DEPOSITS $$2,391,448 nYTV* FtOHInA IN CHIN.
Other liabilities ..__ 9,328.13TOTAL c
4 John w! Cox. Plaintiff vs. Evelyn

Including obligations LIABILITIES subordinated shown (not below -. Cox.ORDER AND Defendant.OF PUBLICATION Case No. SSK. !J. ROBERTS MOTOR

) ....__??_? 2.400.87.0 STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to; Evelyn :

W. T. CLUTE REALTOR CAPITAL ACCOUNTI' Cox South whose residence Is Taylor ". .
Capital ____________:k IS.OOO.IIO You Carolina. .1\\
are requlr.d to .
StirplUS 7g.AAA,A(1 appear on .
Undivided profltsTTrrrjT February 12th., 1945 In the above T
Reserve (and retirement 425801 named Court and cause, wherein .
119 EAST CALL STREET STARKE account for preferred plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford DODGE & PLYMOUTH
capital) _________? 3,111.85 fun'X Telegraph shall publish t
this eard.r lnTnext four weekly
_________r 108.031.(7 Witness my; hand and official : .
i seal VhB.laY.FU>r"l this January Ttt...;.' ".z..
TOTAL L I A B I T.1TIEB 600 ve.
ANn ('API T XL AC I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1. Thomas Starke, Florida

COUNTS _____?___ 2.508.70(27 Court.
.. : T. Frank LandrumtStark., Florida.
+Thls bank' capital con- Atty. for Plf. Lit 4t j.j

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