Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: March 9, 1945
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04905
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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L.' Anderson Gives, *Tip&n[; ; Packaging,. Gltta;" 1 1r'

U Everybody Rates PFC: Stripes In- SWPA' ERARLJ I / + H

cribes Worries of A' Certain Uncertain Daddy

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PASSING Of THJB' melted 'and moulded; shelled 'i,.vOLUKJa SIXTYooSJiVEN: 8TA1. FLORIDA FRIDAY/ ._btAltCll 8.. 1945 NUMBER TWKNTT J

PBIVATB, pecans, generally get here
soggy, t' )jn honored the southwest tank of;:prtYjt Pacific*. brittle chewing;; ; and gum cookies, always'"* which('cdme amln In.* University of Florida
V extinct a* ths';;;dod).blrd& bX Variably stale when 'we get them .Missing:' In .Action : : . ':

by now the Tear rank'prj|- &1\\, arrived In her package fresh I' ,

-Vl wn to and including the\ and dainty as a?;daisy How did To g l Pfc Johnnie Edwin Lott, son .
King; Top Talent Here, Sunday One, BuMng Eff{eciive April 1
: of
ifd*,.. hav*,'beenlvea.A : ells dood it? She merely Canned : of Mr. and Mr*.. W. p.Lott :

I8one for each .armbandthe them in hermetically sealed, number Starke ha*,been reported: missing '
glorious raie In 'a.etion 1 in !
2' 1.2 sized tin cans. Just as I Th*, University of Florida Glee Zero befoj its front end blew Franca sine Consolidation of all local USO 'waiter tated.. "Under the rigorous -

, : ," "." In with pay the that;ehiny goes many of your table food are can : Club, always an 'eagerly awaited up, landing Dick, In a hospital, t January 19th. Club Into .. ')IIICle operation was IRTC program, very few men ,

chevroN four ned and thus Indefinitely pre musical treat, will:present: a ,well- from which .he was later sent to Pvt. Lott Joinedthe announced here Monday by W. P.Buckwelter have lime to come into Stark

: dollar, more a served. rounded the U. of F. KIDney la in the Army in ,r*g lonal executivefor except on week-ends. We feel t
; Take a Up from this; next program here Sunday first tenor section and possesses .Tune 1941 and the State of Florida. Effective that under the new set-up the

month.'ail GeneralMac' time you tend 'your oversea afternoon at 4 o'clock! In the USO an unusually fin ,voice received his April i,.,all USO activities will be entire USO program In Starkecan
:, soldier a parcel containing food, Club at Temple &, Washington "AI Carlton headed lOOn for training at centered In ",the Federal buildingat now be carried on In one

1.} says*' fault.that H* can It. Several (people around Street. -This event I Ie being radar training, ,wilt play a medly Alabama campeIn Temple Ave. and Washington, building."

/\, toe anyprlvate town have home cannern, and Jointly' sponsored by all local of songs Including "Deep Pun Y + Tennessee' and St., It was, stated. After 'April 1 the building will
( it .
feinai" maybe J. B. CartlMle) can suggest USO .units, ple", -"Smoka Oets in Your Arizona, He was 'The announcement was made be ,staffed. by two workers from
t '
wbo mal| '|' ) a few, for:'he'sells ,them Although\ slightly<< smaller 'In Eye*" ,and, "Stat 'IDuet". elected to 'attend at'a luncheon.tttv* ttrlg attendedby the YWCA one. from the NCCS

v. #/? comb tbe cans each season, And I size because;:of demands of the 'If'JU' Aftenjo. blind pianist, can A.S.T.P. member ''tjf'the',!'' ;local usa and one from the JWID. The

t plcted on year believe we have 'a coop'can'. armed forces.on'men of .college obtain his. doctor, permission to f schools In California Council and regional! 'officials* of YMCA I Sa withdrawing from the
,l in themy
,'" nery. that, might be persuadedto age, .the organization will bring accompany the. 1fI'OUp.'he.will play and nilnola the four agencies now engaged local picture because 'er demands
I I. nowervttig _
; seal a 'can or ,two for ,you. some exceptionally fine talent to several popular number. "BUzs and spent In USO operation In Starke. made upon It* personnel for operation
eas In SWPA can be prod .- ;fried chicken and steak carry Starke and already Includes some Wagon' Jim Busse will be on six month tak* If eceseary, economics In fund and oversea {

to a first claA' ,,privateout very, well In cans. PFC Elsa De. promising artists gleaned from band with his accordion. log this work personnel due to the greater demands .For. the put several yeifra the

regard to T-O L{;Ublea.ofinlzatlon : Mary: '(Lake Charles, La.) live. the ranks of recently discharged Jo Anna Olson, meuto soprano before the Army discontinued the for USO ,operation overseas club operated by the YWCA has

; In which: ,b' War In .our ,tent, acid receives a can veteran of World War IL Among and wife, of, Lt., Willis ,Olson of program. He wa then sent to were given a* the principal mad use iof the Woman' Club

rtment sets; forth/?fhp ,can of fried chicken from home nearly these are Capt. Walter Rick, t'.ampBlandID& will bean added Camp Gruber, Okla.; and left for reason for the consolidation' *. building at 201 N. Walnut St

L what), If. Jan S&e:,dfscrUon every week.: I;will vouch, for Its disabled and the holder' of eight feature on ;the program. She, 1.1 oversea duty In November 1944. "The picture In. ,Starke, ha Th* NCCS-operated unit has been

fie CO he de..ryes the, rcog- deliciousness. citation for heroic service: Tatmadge beard twice, av' week over radio changed greatly sine the time housed In building that are property .

.. :'_ t, '.. . Murray, ex-Navy air force<< station .WRUF and formerly appeared Red Cross Camp ;jBlandlng wale, ued..for of ,,th* \Catholla Church on
the peat few "'* WPO: ] Rooms division ." Mr. Buck- Av ., -
II First LIeutenant 'Arthur .Bie-' and Dick Kinney who modestly : with. Jh* Chicago'Opera raining ; Temple' *

otion* have .resembled"the, gel(N.Y.C.), Is a perplexed and told,,tbe ',Glee Club, director that Company.'- To Be Open r
I rain! a flood. One of our he had "an 'old arm injury that Following' their program here J
Made< worried .fatherthese day*. Hereoerwad I 4 Days A Week
Ul Troop companies .,a. aM ytam from.the the Army had .discovered after the..entertainer .will ',be served i Service Officer McCIanePromoted
I'FC.'at ,oak lick r'had-Ion*. Uttle'womanbac c home his service of three: years. Actually supper by .the- WSO: before leaving The, regular monthly luncheon II
ate left-a GI who poawwee'. v 'what happened wa that for>; performance at
"You're the father of a boy.- another meeting of the Volunteer Service
i court martial PFC! ooavjctlon"." .'" Edith." The anxious husband Dick'*, plane ,shot down six ,::tap Camp Blan4.1q'i Corp of the. Red Cross met Here Today To Lt. 'Colonel
for the ; I
.avetaila ay get a// ,break, too,, was, happy ,and relieved for a Tuesday, March'Ii'. at 12:30: ,,,t

_ can be elevated;"to* the en- few ,hours., only, ,for later the the USO Club'Temple and Washington ,
|l Ie position of ''firit jfoutenant_ >aamevday comes another cablet. Army Wives Aid Mel vin Bond Sts..*Krill Junlus Smith, '1toward' De Vaughn,' field secretary Promotion of T.<1C: McCIane, Jr.

VIDING they've balm second "If a girl," I Chairman, VSjUnteer' Service. ., to?:the State Service Officer from the rank of Major to that
"Am I." he asks, "the father-I revlewed&thf need} workers In / of. Lieutenant Colonel was .recently
a 18 months,i ;would hare who has met with interestedpersons
of a boy the father of a girt Red Cross DriveWith Set At $3,000 the Production Rooms and it was announced by headquarter
recommended .f off. 1 promotion : In this section several
or' the father of twins" Now arranged to' have different group of the dl..lon'. with whichhe
a' T-O vacancy exuded,' and times recently, will be on hand
he's' 'sweating out that first letter .. of Ladles to be responsible for I la serving1 the South Pacific
serving in ,,SWrA... Service reports pouring in from again, Friday, March 16, between "
tide US count time,:and aIn that will give him the all committee, 'Chair- man N. .J. C.' Melvin, 17-year-old son of keeping the room open four day JKa,;m. and 12: noon to answer area.
computing that-18 month, answer to the perplexing pna- Sternberg staged that he feels Curtis! :Melvin of''Brooker, was a week rather than the one day". I all\ question concerning service For several year prior to* his

General Mac ,reapy. look ale confident that Bradford County released under;a4f 3,000 bond following which it now:,operate mej and their. families and the call to active, duty In March 1941

I for hi. boy :' ., will reach its quota of $14,200 In a habca corpus hearing The room will be open Tuei- benefit to which they; are entitled Col. McClari, served a* farm

U the Starke lads have been Morris Jackson and I jeeped the 'current Red Cross drive for held before Circuit Judge A. Z. day, Wednesday Thursday and to L receive'from, : thit/!) vernment.Attendance agent for Bradford County. Upon

least PFCs for ages. over to an evacuation hospital funds. 'Never before has the Adkins here Wednesday afternoon Friday afternoon from 2 to 8' at th* p. ,.,meeting entering the service he"wa*

., '. "' movie few nights ago. We sat need been so great" Mr. Stern- The bearing followed a P. M. ha taaLted.efpersonsYwho" granted a leave of absence by the

PACKAGE 'TIP down on our boxes and awaited berg said "and never before* have knifing scrape In a Gainesville In view of' the;fact that Brad' were' sincerely |Inte..kll..ln iMt Board ofCounty, qommisnloner

J>ut of the many package I pictorial action. ''"Well hello" saida the people of Bradford County 'Juke joint" called Harriet' ford County I* still werking ,ort formation which ...Mu..o.yau&ho'could CoL McClan was graduaUw

received from foks' /back GI' next to me;> and there wa, and' Starke shown such willingness ; place, Thursday' night, March 1, the original quota of foreign relief 'glv* them They,ire held from the University of Florida in

tie, one was conspicuous for A. E. Wall.. We saw "To Have to work and cooperate.;' ,, In, which Melvin Is alleged to material assigned to them .in In the main\ courtroom of the 1936 ,.hd' held ,a 'commission in :

.and ingentpusy packaging, and Have Not" featuring the tor- Additional' 1100.00 contributors have ,,cut, fatally Injuring. RobertL. 1941, this step seemed necessary. courthouse, the R. .T.c. His ,flrat: few i

laine'ble. from,a cguainUn Tampa rl*newcomer Lauren Bacall, The this week are:..Koch's Drug Store Jones of';O 801 i nesvtlle. The While'' tbe original quota was too month of aotivt duty were spent iI

|l3 Darlington\ Wife1 incident three of us recommerul' ih to', Carpeqer% :> :JrugStora-.t M. knifing I* sald t to have occurred large fob this community and at : at' Camp Livingston, La., where HI
: the < .
.. 4 argument. between was *
holds' th'''W6\J '''''''Jtat heartily.' B.: Herlong and""pe,County Commissioner duringan; a* ,er4s' .. ., active Red'Cross '
"''''''''f, ;" < .. *. Jones' and Melvin 'concerning a no : Chapter such Discussed 'At Club Officer;* Cpurira- at Fort SllL"Okma.After .

j fachers' Aas'ii.Have t ;} Car Stolen,. .Burned rection The Army'wives of Mrs. Ann under Beattie the have di- woman of whom slappingearlier l Jones.accused In Melvin the as Spanner we now gave a have.ahorttalk, Mrs.on Bess the By ,Capt. Theil he was. selected completing to stay this on at work Sill. if-- !

preaslng need for these garments,
Instructor In Tactics
evening. as an Military
almost completed their canvass of American treatment of German
Luncheon A black Chevrolet sedan owned bringing out th* fact that the at"the
Fleld\ArtUlery School.
the military personnel in the, residential Zach H. Douglas of GainesvilleIs prisoners of war, is baaed on/ the t.. t
by Mr. and Mrs. W. B, Mundywas women and children of the oc He remained there 18 months before
he "annual meeting' of' the section and their campaign the attorney for the defendantand twin policies of protecting American I
stolen from their home Wednesday has been moat successful. the case will be tried at the cupied countries have had no troops In German custody being assigned to the Wild
ford County Teacher As o. material to make
night and driven out into "Their cooperation been; mo.tappreciated" next regular term of circuit court. clothing or from harshening treatment and cat Division then stationed' at
;Ion will be held in the High clothing since the German occupation. Camp Rucker, 'Ala. II
the woods near Highland strip- Mrs. Junius Smith.Chalrma.n using the Germans here to ease
001 here March 16. At one She stressed the Im
After in
of the Residential District under maneuvers Tennessee
ck .a luncheon will be servedthe ped of tires and all other removable Draft Board portance of Starke and Bradford our manpower problem
the Division to
made went Camp Home,
stated. They the Geneva Convention, Capt.
] cafeteria and the- guest things of value and To Files County finishing their present
Reopen Ariz, for six month of desert
the, civilian drive much easier Leon S. Thetl public relations
ker Howard' burned., The wreckage was discovered quota and then accepting'another
will be Supt. on
training, and then to San
and have been of Invaluable at told
quicker On HA and IIB officer Camp Blending,
hop of Gainesville. HI* sub-( Friday morning by quota and another until some of Luis Calif.
help In staffing the War the Rotary Club Wednesday.. : Obispo, for amphibious
will be the 'recommendation lon Grlffls;. a postoffice employeeIn these needs in other countriesare
In'the training. Her McClane wa given
Fund Office located rear New selective service regulations
total Captain quotation
(the citizens' committee, ,.oncation. : Highland. The car.vyns a met. gave 'command of 318th FA. Bn.
of the H. C. WallIn a ti raneeAgency" require the filing of newteque.ts from the Geneva Convention .regarding the
Our senator, represenYe loss. "We 'ar* especially In need of In July 1944 the Division wentoverseas
; We believe that by for occupational deferment h :
leadership In th* Prod uctlon war prisoners, which *
county superintendSntandty and Its first actionIn
resident of Sta.'rkewill for' certain 'For saw
March 12 registrants.:
every pointed out, held the status of
Rooms. Mrs. Smith stated. ''
board member arejlnvlted Griffis InjuredLindsey. have had an opportunity to ages 18 through 29 who have "Every we have additional law' since It wa* a regularly the recapture,, of the Palau Island -
meeting.ptiat .
with this' day
e us at a the Red Crol.":? not. been. found; physically disqualified volunteers to sew and to knit signed treaty. Army policy he *.
'Grlffia suffered 'very
Saturday afternoon No definite reports have comein it will be necessary, to but unless this work 1 i8 planned aid, I* to do no more and ,no Col. McClane baa been awardedthe
( Brotherhood : painful, accident' from Law- from, the towns and Outlying file this special revised form 'so for and organized ahead' of time, lees for the prisoner than the Bronze Star 'for heroic"'a when returning districts'' in the county.: However that further deferment may be law directs: tlon during the Palau fighting.His .
It la difficult the roomsgoing
h e men 'of the,'First' Baptist tey, he ran directly off the high- Mrs. Ruth'Mor.e; District considered. For deferment underthis keep wife and two sons"Tom and J
andthe work. coming C 'out Most important, h* pointed out, 1
of Lawtey ,
rch will be'J to their about a.mile out their ': "
J hosts way Chairman reports much activity new ruling the registrant ?Jan, are at present making
turned the a* It'should.' No special sewing I.1 to prevent' an' action or state-
the .Ambassadors truck the ditch and and has : horn With Mr.1 and 'Mr T. K.
and Royal In these parts arrangedfor must be Indispensable and irreplaceable *
to the ability 1* ,.necessary, for this. It ment'which would 'give Germany ,
he church,next Tuesday ,at, 8 car over. He was carried in. an 100 percent'' coverage. lit production,workor needs the direction of 'some one excuse to treat American prisoner McClane, Sr.,' In.. Lake City.' .IBaptiat'
The boys will have charge Alachua County Definite figure ,a* to the .progress in work necessary to the '
and abili than do. 'Germany
with time organization worse they -
he and will have an ambulance and I* Improving not available ,
program : of the drive were' health and. welfare of the com- Church ,
not been ties. he pointed out,' has not >
(lation and 'installatlort' rapidly though he ha* In the ,, i
: at press time. meanwhile munity. On April It the file on 'of .
The car The ,next I regular ,meeting abandoned the term of the international '
of the church and anyl, returned tolnta, home. If you have not made your all registrants classified II A scheduled Sunday mor 1lng'the pastor, will
'accordln to
a total this Corp 1* for April treaty; : I
are father of Royal A.JnIb.-I a Hudson.vcoupe' was contribution to the Red Cross, or II B will be opened and they 3rd. best report. speak of "The Personal Promiseof

ors are invited. to 'att.. .wreck. please have your check ready so cannot be further deferred unless ,Jesus." At 9:45: the Sunday
ha realized
that when the solicitor call on the file contains a request on this Treasury School will study the "Cost of
.. you they will not have to makea special revised form. St. Mark'sThe 929.000.000 'from the" labor of Discipleship a* Taught by Jesus."

NEXTrwmIN' STARKE. return trip. Remember ,theyare Employers and registrants who Rt.. Rev. Arthur, Lea will German represents prisoner the, difference he reported.This be-. Training Union will meet at 6:45: l'

giving both their time and are in doubt ar to: the correct preach the' third and last In a 80 cents to discuss the Bible a* a Chart
Sunday,,,, March 11 their money; Help them to help procedural, should contact their series of sermons at the' Friday tween the prisoner m canteen a day check paid, for Christian C h a racter. The

niversity of Ftor Glee-Club. USO, Temple & ,Wash you contribute 10 that you may local. boards for ,full Information. night Lenten S e r v ices: at St. :. under the law, and the amount evening hour, of worship will 'be
KEEP THE RED CROSS AT HIS at 8:00: with the pastor bringing ;
Registrant In the 80 through Mark' Episcopal Church. His
ington 4
p.,* ru : ; paid for their labor at prevailing.
r SIDE. 33 and 34 through 37 age group topic will be the "Temptations of labor scales an evangelistic menage of Importance -
Jj pa 5 asnic.'todte ding{ ; Masonic Hall/8 p< m. Mrs. Eula Lee form gregation will be Invited to the He quoted a previously published Is at ,8.00: p. m. on Wednes-

Boy Scout mQleti im&hl06p,70, Episcopal; rectory, 7:30: Mrs. Eula Lee.'daughter of the Rectory Tor ,a discussion of the alone news I777.0SS.81 release ''wa that 'In realized Florida bY day.. II

P. m-Trox>rfol2: ,i;Methodist recreation room.' ., 7:30' : late Mr. and Mr. ,.JameiPhn-% Radio ,Performers' Orient'by'Blabop Lea. The public the government for prisoner of "i Z
.Pv,miafe'4Vv. :) : "' ** lip of Theresa,.'died at.her:home To'Be At Tabernacle I la I cordially Invited. I war contract labor over.,a .tou,- Quarterly
V-U H 2f ** TueadayrFuneral;: "ier-'' Sunday Service for St. Mark's: Of American Legion "I .
'* { i ftirtsday. March1. In Miami month period ending Dec. 31,
KTSO tufltiiteWwiTOioTempleVashIngton> 12:30: vices were nel* in -Miami Memorial .The: famous., Radio ao.pel8i Church JJcaool :845; ,MorningPrayer 1944. Tn. second district conference ,
? '" and Brmo:11:00.:<<) Wednesday ,
t "n v .. Cemetery there. ger, Richard Maxwell, and Pat of the American Legion will be
'0 cloclcjw . V'Community Communion, at 8:00:
*srfc"K Methodist( Church m. Surviving Y are b r' husband: Withrow hi* co-worker In Army Holy' GIRL SCOUT'NEWSThe held Sunday;.March 11."In ,Mad! qeon. .;
Bibtiyitnir e. I ,
: a.'m.
Cen- Wataon Lee; two ons. SgtjMornn Camp programs will be at the This, will be the -regular
Church' Service Friday, March''1', th* Rev. I
esbyterian ttteetinft <
MJKry Germanyand
Lee aoaww2Iere Tabernacle Tuesday evening, Girl Scouts held their reg. quarterly meeting and will be held.;
Richard of,The Church of I ,;
ter'S:3k( \ '. Cpl. Edward L'oflOrn; ,March) 13, accompanied,. by Ml** ular meeting Wednesday afternoon with.the Madison County Memorial ,
\merican Letfloiifflheetitrg'/ Hall. 8 p.., m. C.fotw daughterMr' : the Good, Shepherd; Jacksonvillewill .
boro. S. Helen Benner their plan accompanlt in our scout room. The .I i Post''tdoe8.; ra
Baptist BrotheWSId;;'Baptist Church annex,8, p. m. Alma G tr.<.Mlaini one brotbarjp. be the.suet.. preacher ..JuniorWoman'*:Club i is our new 'if'JDurpost' Is entitled to, ,have }d'', it

Kadio'Gospel Shtgers,',The: Tabernacle, 8'lr.- m.nfcW ''\'' ..J. Phillips Theresa; two sister ,, l Thfe promise to be a musical 'ur >' sponsor. Idell Landrum and two delegates. with two alternate,

: 14' .. ., Mrs. >Mattl' jHlghtowtr,.and treat 'a* their:' work in army Methodist Church Vivian McRae patrol leader, attended I.artd" the folio wing have been ,
dnesday March and {
3irl Scouts e 3 .t ,, Mr. Allc 'Jon.; Miami I camp. 1* outstanding this will Special Lenten services continue the meeting and told'themembers designated to-represent thla-post: :
EQiscopal"Rctory, p. m. 'II three 'grandchildren.- about the Comrade A., Rob- '
be an opportunity for all to see at the Starke Methodist Church .something ac. J. and
oman s dttb.T20;.,'iN., Walnut.. 4 p. m. "- Methodistrer and ,hear the kind of programsthat and the subject of the morning tivities. This. week we begin ert Green/ with S.' C. Spark and i }

3oy' Scout Trooft,i-:70.: Committee meeting, Mrs. Beulah Malpas are sometimes offered in the sermon next Sunday will be "Sin' work on the scrap paper drive. N. D. Walnwrlght as alternate.. '-

reation'' bldg. '.f15 m. be. -Idell Landrum, Scribe. I suggest that you contact each
< p. will regret to learnof camp where your boy may Midnight. Without Christ All I*
otary Club lunch Methodist, recreation room 12:15.: Friend death here of Mr*. Beulah Mai- The past Sunday wa* a blessing A Failure". other and arrange for attendance f

Thursday March 15 th3, 5 6. at her home In Lake all day.* the McKInley Subject for, the evening serviceat Tuesday Bible ,Hour There are matter of Importance 0 t
pas at this meeting'such +
Musical Messengers played and 8 will be "Th Tragic coming up
recreation room, The Malpas family p. m
Methodist Men's organization, supper, City. March Starke 1. for some time, sang their way Intd,the heart Extreme of Life". Congregational 'Pay'to Advertise" and' at a* election of officer, Including. + t

S p. m. .. lived In when Mrs. of the people. Such a variety of singing will be.led by.san- tendance 'Ii' steadily\ climbing at District Commander, delegate to J

Scrap paper,collection'nortlvo Call St. Havebundlesat K number of years a ago tea room on instrument is seldom masteredby ford Ritch, assisted by the choir. the Community Bible Hour held next convention etc. Please con I

curb in morning. Mstpa ,operated her husband she two people. Young People' Meeting at 7 each'' Tuesday afternoon' In I the tact your commander or adjutantfor

*ed Cross. prgduc on Rooms open'at Legion Home, Call survived St. Brides by two daughters, The Soldiers' Hour was deeply p.. m. Sunday. Prayer meeting Metho d I s t Recreation Building. credential

2 p. m. to'5 P. m. . Is B. Tucker Lake City, spiritual and a letter from Wdnesday night 8 p. m. Boy There were 68 children and 6 There will be 'a regular semimonthly A'

Mrs. Ray Sara A. Malpa "Red" Davis, the originator .,f Scouts-._et Monday night 7:30: adults present this week with meeting. of Post 06 at h

Friday, March 16 school and JBn.lgn: USNR Washington the Soldier 'Hour'here, was read p. m. *,"..iw" Mrs. L. H. Jennings and Mrs the Legion Hall Tuesday, March

Annual Meeting fchers! : Association, luncheon Nurses D. C.Corp and two son. Billiard and added much to the meeting.A The pastor Is very anxloiu for Hancock s. visitor. Helen Hayes 13. All member are ;urged, to ,
:, and i Baptismal service closed a everyone to conduct dally devo won the memory bible verse con attend
State ServicePbfficlr 9 a.. m. to 12 noon. Malpas of Birmingham Green Commander.a t
-., ," courthouse, Joseph K. Malpas of. Jasper. I I day of spiritual refreshment. I tions. I I test. -Floyd j

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_____ Editor and Owner The assessment of the-sald )) '
E. ... Matthew erty under the said certificate FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION
; ; sued was In the name of
Second ClaM Matter Unless said certificate shall PLEASE PHONE 147
"? hhtlltbed Weekly so Fridays aDd Entered as redeemed according to law, II'I
at the Post Office at Starke. Florida. a property described therein
sold to the highest bidder at '
eF courthouse door on the first
d,' that the L ARRELL day In the month of April UNION BUS STATIONLACY
I" City 0 IT IS HOPED by J, which U the 2nd., day of
Cattle completion of the new 1945.Dated CONWAY, Agent
Should Be Impounded cattlegap across Road 261 Juat before I said "I will" with, Ellen and I've had a lot of 19rsted this 19th day of" .

i! ; east of town will go a and my better-halt "I do", my fun before with Innocent little (OFFICIAL'SEAL) A. J. Temple Ave. Starke, Florida
t As Law Provides toward putting boss got on an aged-In-the-wood, tots who weren't old enough .to Clerk of Circuit Court of !!' .
long way bottled-In-bond North Car ollna know when I told them a tee- County, Florida. I-ZS 4t

a stop to of stray cows within the city yellow corn whiskey spree and tytle Instead of the truth. For -

limits, but'iH-'dEttfll if even this improvement will said: "You may think you're hap instance, Carl Prevatt's daughter, -----Ii I'
t entirely solve the problem. For one thing-believe it py when you first get married Juanlta, and Buddy Norman's i

not-there, are those who vow that a few up-to-date but you'll have to live with your Mamie Lou.
or' have learned to cross cattle gaps without a bit of wife 21S.or 30 years to find out When Mamie Lou was just a !

II CiF, cows.inconvenience. Then there is still the problem of pigs what happiness really Is." little thing she came to the ship THE- LONG HAUL

that have been causing almost as many complaints in I gums he knew what lie WM ping wharf one day o get a

recent months as have the cattle. talking: about for his wife, wait quarter from her Dad to purchasea j
little incentive for the property owner to a good cook, alth o u g h her birthday gift for one of her little .
There Is with flowers and shrub- beauty wasn't what you'd care friends. We were great pals
I try to beautify his premises will awake to write home about. Then and she had to tell me all about '
bery when he knows, inevitably, that he too, they didn't have any children the gift and how much it would 4s
stubble in their
It some morning to find nothing but ugly to brag: on mother's cookIng cost. I secretly advised her that

place. More than one enthusiastic victory I
given up in disgust, wearied of growing luscious was his duty to do so him with a quarter unless she asked .I see I"
corned other'vegetables' for marauding cattle. There self. '' for a dollar lint, then compromised e
Is hardly'a person in Starke who has not had an un- Now as far as I'm [concerned on two-bits. She took the

pleasant experience of this kind at ene time or another I'm fairly well satisfied with life hint and made her plea so strong ,1 4isI' ---o

c One day not long ago a comparative newcomer : as Is. My better-half la a good that Buddy gave her 50c and .. \ WHY THE 'PULPWOODSHORTAGE
are cows allowed to roam at large inside cook-when ahe has anything to patted himself on the back think- k
asked "Why
,' cook-and l. not near as homelyas ing he'd saved half dollar,
ti' tI the city limits{ mud fence daubed with cool
a Buddy Is a gentleman and i v
Somewhat embarassed, we launched intofrather ers, which la more than I can say while he didn't cuss me out, he GROWS
lengthy alibi about having tried to .. a.boutDle cooks I've known In did classify me rather unfavorably -
and the difficulty involved in maintaining the fence the pait. Then, too, we have when he learned that I'd '

i'' in good repairs three sans< who may not look ex Instructed Mamie Lou In the DOUBLY ACUTE AS ACTION

Then the newcomer asked a perfectly simple question actly like neAr money when dressed art of getting money out of a

I1 "Why doesn't the city impound the cattle when up ta: their I Sunlay-go-t-: produce dealer who was In the .

they: come into town? If the owners were forced to meetings, but they do have sense habit of paying Just' as Uttle SHIFTS TO) PACIFIC
and then they might see enough to bra j on mother's cookIng as possible for the fruits and
fee now
a nay a pound every ,
when they get a chance to
that he
vegetables shipped.
,; to it that' their cattle stay away from town eat it
Now Juanlta, when still a 'lit
off guard and we
That question took us our Now It I Just hob a sweet
i couldn't think of an answer. The first chance we got, little granddaughter I think my tie tot, asked her Uncle Joe to THE ONLY PEOPLE who think Victory in Europe

Y however, we hurried off to scan the city ordinance cup of happiness would run assist her in filling out an orderto ease the pulpwood shortage are those who
a c. o. d. mall-order house
of live-
what was said about this business over and slop down In
book to see my
a stock running at large within the city. Here is whatwe shoen. That, 18, If she was anything Tor forgotten a couple Just of'little what kind dresses.of I've fib flunked their geography. A look at a globe shows how
Uke 'little Ellen the 18-
found: ; I told her to'''get the order to much more difficult the supply problem becomes'
', "It shall be unlawful for any horse, mule, cattle, montliM-old daughter of Mr. and read "ten" Instead of "two", butI
Mm. Howard Neal, who have action shifts to the Pacific.
1 goats, sheep or swine of any kind to run at large at rooms at our home. The Neals never will forget what Carl major
within the corporate limits of said about the theory of evolu-
.t any time, day or night, are from Georgia and this
rc the City of Starke, whether the owner thereof lives makes little Ellen: a Georgia tion when he found out that I'd WAR IN PACIFIC IS DIFFERENTNot
limits of said city. It helped Juanlta fill out that or-
the corporate
i within or without Peach In name as well as looks
''I311 shall be the duty of the Marshall or other police .of and cute ways. I could say der! only are the distances vastly greater but conditionsare

ficer of the City of Starke to take up and impound that she's a chip off the old

s any and all horses, mules, goats, sheep or swine of any block but I wouldn't dare call IN CIRCUIT' COURT BRADFORD entirely different. In Europe port facilities permittedbulk
found running at large within the corporate her mother old. Then, too, her COI NTY. FLORIDA IN CIIAIV-
;! kind CKHV.Claude: shipments. In the Pacific every item must be
a limits of the City of Starke and to impound and keep father weighs just about as Carter, Plaintiff, vs. Ar-
y, them safely impounded until all costs, charges and much as I do, and is much No.veiln X5DA.Carter, Defendant. Case double wrapped to meet the more difficult handling and

and keeping of them shall younger, HO I'm going to play ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
for the impounding
climatic conditions.
expenses safe and keep<< nay mouth shut. NOTICE TO APPEAR
1 of as herein provided". STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ar-
be paid or until disposed
Little Ellen can't say "Mister"o veslne. Carter, whose. residence and
\'411 The law, as written, is plainly on the side or the she just calls me Joe. She address. U % Mrs Thelma Berirfvll. -

aggrieved property owner-If that is any consolation. doesn't know what writing is and orgla.. 8677 Gordon Oak., Brunswick,

; alls it reading. When she hears You are. required to appear on '
me pecking on the typewriter she March 19th., 1I4S In the above .. DON'T WASTE PRECIOUS TIME
named Court and wherein
rl' : 1 SOs To MergeO'< BEGINNINGViext month, rells out, "Joe's reading! I want plaintiff neeke divorce.cause Bradford ," '
; in place of three separate to help ,him read!" Then she'll Bounty Telegraph shall publish this t ).;, 't',
-\'$ In One Big' Effort operations, all USO activities crawl up on my knees and while Order Witness In next my,four hand weekly and official Issues. '.' Cut only quality pulpwood. Rotted, excessively

: t i''''I' To Serve Men Here in Starke will be' I try to write she'll bang on seal at Starka Florida, this February ,
''t+'i->:: centered in the Federal the keys with both hands and (OFFICIAL 14th., SEAL 1945. ) ;! A. J"- Thoma. crooked or thin logs slow the war effort.

,: iP(; building' of'the corner" of Temple Avenue and Wash keep the spaces tilled so that each As Wm.Clerk D. of said Court.
Morgan Fifth Floor Clark
t line looks like ore of those :
\'I;; ington.. Street. This consolidation is necessary to effect long Bldg. Jacksonville Florida, Atty.
ty : :.'j.I'H; I l economics in funds and personnel l and also because Russian names these we see in Her the for Plf. T 2-16 4t 39NOTICK

} of the increased'emphasis that is. being placed on USO newspapers days. -
I mother seems a little afraid trial
t.:tt'.v}': 1 overseas, now that so many of our service men are I'll spoil her daughter, but I'm FOR' OP TAX.APPLICATION, DEED VICTORY }

I I Htl'i abroad.Since afraid little Ellen\ is going to (!senate Hill' No. 1(3) PULPWOOD
1(,':,,"t' there will be only one USO operation In spoil me. By the time she's 18 That NOTICE Lydia Colllnsj IS HEREBY! and Gentlemon GIVEN, COMMITTEE ( ,

!1.i Starke the public will more easily come to think of the she should be a first class tripleA 1 I Smart Collins holder of Tax Cer-.

.:f';II"::'' organization strictly as USO and not in terms of the typist for she already knows day tlflcat of .September.No. 337 Issued A. D. the 1144,2nd.has, L. D. Vining, Hal Edwards, Lester Kite,

;k.'c:' operating agency1. This attitude has long been desired how to sit on your knees and loll filed same In my office and has Hogan Smith, Tyler Jones J. K. Douglas '
back on your shirt front while) made application for a tax deed
t I USO officialdom but difficult to realize I : *
by was asH
; to bo Issued thereon. Said certlficate I- *
rubbing her curls under L. T. *
your DYER Chairman
C; long as it was necessary for purposes of convenience That's 1 1 embraces the following .
nose. the
: way It's done, property In the County of
,:tr to distinguish the three separate operations here as sn't it? Or have you ever hired Bradford State of Florida to-wlt
"1M' a typist to make your mistakes?" ..
Every night little Ellen
M'' Now that there Is to be only one USO in Starke, crawls up on my knees and

,j the need for such distinction is past and we can more turns my pockets Inside out; V i

, ..\\\.; i'11(t completely forget the operating agencies and devote searching for odds and ends of Alles'van' die beste / '
1.* v. \J\i\ our energies entirely to the goal of serving the 'service. her pencils Uttle, chalk fingers and start gum.probing When a Coke
> t men through the USO.
'. ttt' around I Kt' almost as tickledas
t. '"
?' 'l! I used to when someone _ .

t't\r.I :: $tJ So There' No Tin .-' WE ARE GLAD ,to see, with brushed a gooH the bottoms feather uf my feet c:::::::: _ _'ii '
at last
f !t:" long that barrels
: From Starke h +a
on Yea, I kick
get a big playing
If: <'\'; : have been placed in front .- 1 ,
f . The Salvage Pile of' grocery stores so that IJf CIRCUIT COfRT.l BRADFORD Vr' 'I

\..; I . housewives can put their COUNTY('ICR1'. FLORIDA IN CIIAN. r V

'; fi empty tin cans into the war effort when they come .Thomas McCabe Plaintiff. rs.Rllsabrth ,

,, : ,, ,you\ ,; down town to do their morning shopping. dant. Cane Schaefer. No. 1929.McCabe, Defen "w. '-

:1ltttJf; The tin from only' two empty- cans is enough"tomake 'ti(! '.AND ORDER NOTICE OF !PURLICATION TO APPEAIt w ,. l/ t
i one of those invaluable little morphine syrettes STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mm. /

j. that have been instrumental in saving many lives on Hegel Elisabeth. Tlmney Schaefer(Daughter McCabe) IT Ster% ,
!1 li the battlefront and will ''save thousands more 'before, ling Avenue White Plain., New \ ,.r1 1 /0. ,
York. .
"td't''i1 ,the..| over. You are required to appear on "i/// r
March 11th.. 1945, In the above I -'
ji i! )2 */,,-, Here is what you do to the cans before dropping named Court and cause wherein
'!.k "'l them into the barrels:' plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford s r
County Telegraph ahall eQ
publish this
t i Remove tops and bottoms; Ordor In next four weeklylsaue.. .
,&ttl" Take off Witness. my hand and official
,; t : paper labels;
seal at Ntarke, Florida, thl. Feb
I Wash thoroughly.;; ruary 14th., 1941.
( '' t i ''Flatten' (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. J
( firmly .
''i\ '" Clerk of said Cnurt. ,eevOm'' _
I.MI ; "
watt c, .
Several .r u. U.sty Daytona neseh.
:: days ago-a salvage officer at Blan. _
l Camp Fla. Atty for Pit. I-U 4t StN '
ding, in a telephone'conversation with a local person, i4 _
1 said: "I am looking at-an area of several acres; liter. COUN''Y' FLonID.COL'HT."/BRADFORD IN CHAN.Walter t
ally covered with salvaged' tin cans from Gainesville CRRY.

y1 Keystone Heights, Green Cove Springs and other near Mabel Llchtenateln Llchteneteln., Defendant.Plaintiff Cue y.. -
a'y' by towns but for No. 85UM.
dome reason cans from *Starke are ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Ir t conspicious by their absence." That was all he said, AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
1 but the tone of his voice STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mable
spoke volumes. Llchtenateln, whole residence In 4
Let's show them that 11 Marietta St. East Brunswick _
the people of Starke j
are Township Box South River' New ,
just as willing to give tin for syrettes as are the peopleof ..r..r..ey.You. are .. on ,.. .
any other Let's March 19. 1945 inethe above named
community. fill"those

{ k, the brim and fill them again and again. barrels to Court Telegraph seeks and divorce.hall cause,publish Bradford wherein. this plaintiff County Order . giving: the good word in South Africa

4k' f In next four weekly le.uea.

Prompt Service Careful Drivers seal Witness at 15.'tark.' Florida hand and.. this official February Hat a Coit Is a simple gesture of good will that says the same thing In

Ae Cle HEAL.aid) Court.rnom"' Afrikaans that It does in English. It's an easily-understood
.r. S. lard way to let people
} 10S Law
STARKE TAXI SERVICEand Uldll' Jacksonville. Florida know
for Plf. I-U 4t AUy.3.9 you wish them welL In Capetown as In Columbus or Concord '
fitI Coca-Cola turns refreshment time into '
I & 'CIIaHK1IJ' friendship tlme-has become a symbol

V1;; MACK'S TAXI SERVICE a of good feeling among friendly-minded fonts

9\' .;4 -, 1 'Coke".Coca-Cola

1'g Phone 150 {'%" :"4.y In each: enih hit Wave"ntaoll solution., 59, pomio UNDER AUTHotirr or INS COCA-COIA COMPANY i Yon naturally hear Cocs-CoU

I'', _.;'i\",' ..bllmpOOJoe"e........... ....,..! ir \capedbyWhl.ndly.bbrevation( *
F;, $0 Day 0 Night -wn.n eataa. Ca a Cla.aen: bark.... .new..... STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.:' Cole-.Both of The mean Coc-CoU th*quality Compwr t tact pro

Koch Drug Store

.o mj TIle c-c c*.

.. ., '.
+ (!)inwrnw.w..ry ., 'Ij.1.I''JIj! ,Ili, .:- ,' .
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. . . . and Mrs. Clarence Frailer this: i,
week. He will visit! relatives In!
graham KOlarney and Waldo before re- ; ,
turning to his base. i
[,y )[rs. Edward .Norman. Friends of Miss Alta j
. . S. Smith will
be interested to learn that she ,. , f
Albert Dam left this weekIs has enlisted in the SPARS the q. c : I
to l new station to Ft. Meade, woman's branch of the United I S ./i:.v. U J 1 f I Ij ,
spending a leave hero States Coast Guard. She Is con-
parents. )Ir, and Mm.Davis. tinuing with her work at Camp V N j
k his _
He trained at Campbison Blanding until called for training. s M
Ark. Mm Thurman Jones and son
S 1-c Elizabeth are spending few days this week

tnts..lbert K a. lO C.Casey(:Mr.-,daY arrived and leave Mrs.withy T. his with Mrs. .Mrs.Edward and Jones'Mrs.Norman.Mr. Edward parents. Normanand Mr. and I- :LET PVT. JOE JJENKS TELL t I

brother Beryl Casey. son Herbert attended a fam-
y. lly reunion dinner Sunday at the
Beach spent
-c of Daytona him. home of Mr. and Mrs. Thurman YOU 'VHERE YOI1R7ed
ay .
Jones x w.
IP, and :Mrs. Clarence Frazier ,
Mr. and Mrs. John
I sons, Charley and Bobby were had as Sunday guests Surrency Mr. and ::
ping In Jacksonville Satur- Mrs.. Avern Padgett of Hagueand ar s W .j
:Mrs. Delma McKenzie of : GOES .jj
L. L. C"Smith of Lake Char. Jacksonville'' and Clyde Surrency ,
La. spent several ,days withPsister of Tampa. k ( K+ 3 "
and brother-in-law;Mr. Mrs. Edward Norman, and son j
Herbert were visiting in Rising __
and Gum Branch section Thurs +

day Mrs.of Everette last week.Green and daughters ,1

Lorene and Lucille of ;Hell- 1 I
bronn Springs were visiting Mrs.J
Roy Starling last week.Woodlawn. .
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. . . . .. . .

DRY I'I'i'

By Mm. Mjrle Kafuse i
. . . . . . .

Rev and Mrs. C. J. Raulerson

OW'S THE TIME of ,Jacksonville spent, Saturday
night at the home of Jtrs. Rachel t

To Get Out Those,Llfiht-. Browning.Mrs.. I''
Senle .
Prevatt of
Er Suits and Dresses and attended Church here ..
ring Them to The Miss Sunday. '(Pel. Jtntci it )u,t on- 1
leaner. Plenty of Warm Wilkerson of Jacksonville other CJ.Joe I ll.',yours r ? peon ., ;'"
Is spending several .
days 'lF' '
Days Now When Your here with brother, .Mle.'. J
her parents, Mr. and y a'
jyinter Clothes Will Feel Mrs. B. L. Wilkerson. heart or h.utbandt J1".'1'. ,i1RI R.MHealledkleJenksbut t

foo Heavy. Mrs Bertha Stuckey and daughter When pop got sick the Red Cross was asked verify. The) second day out.We sure felt bucked tip when weds
of Lawtey attended church / name It legion) And,thanks to their report,I got home! got those Red Cross ditty bags. ,
here Sunday.Rev. .
Ed Prevatt of Jacksonville
NEW attended the prayer meeting Friday -
night at the home of Mr. and
METHOD Mrs. J. B. 'Bradley. Everyone is 1I I
invited to attend these meetingseach
week. The members of the
LEAN ERS 'church are meeting each night,
with each person in his own
home, in a great prayer meetingto
stimulate a greater desire and
315 Temple Avenue zeal ,among the members for the
salvation of their fellowmen.

From where I sit..bJl Joe Marsh : ,
The) wife's doing fine after her operation. N. Y. A homo overseas. Just stepping inside a Red Cross Thanks for your blood folks. What a team you, the

Definition of a Red Cross Field Director brought the good news. club docs a guy good home seems nearer! medical corps, and the Red Cross make!

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| Bill Webster's the other eveone's mind;to work at what one
Ing,we were kidding Bill about pleases;to choose what one likes ..I
Is children always saying that to eat or drink...whether beer t you've got a mal in service-if you know a man in

leir pop's "a great man.or' buttermilk. --- IF service-give for his sake. Give so that the lied Cross""
("Well, the kids are right," But from where I sit, there's
can give to him! .
tackles BiH. "Everybody In one important point to add.,to k t
|merica's a great man.You just make Bill's definition ring true. Your money may help to'get a message liome to you. It t;
n't be part of greatness and We most be worthy of thist '
share In It." greatness. We must have the may pay the cost of collecting blood plasma for him! It

| In America (argues Bill) humility; to appreciate these may pay the cost of delivering a Red Cross package to an
blessings...never abuse them American of It will for the thou.
ngs that used to belong only syw prisoner war. help pay I
with Intolerance, Intemperancety ,
> the great are common prop sand and one services'the Red Cross performs keep ,
- ; a share In government or Indifference. Back to civilian (life.The wise veteran goes to the Red up ,,._,
salthellbertles right to vote Ind!. flu ... Cross!There they know the answers and are eager to the spirits of our fighting men-to help save their lives. ""I !,

guaranteed by 80e f help an ez-.ervice man with his problems. The more you give-the more the Red Cross can give! Let "

pnstitutlon; freedom to' speak heart be Don't !
your your guide delay-give today 'bt :
to. 108 of a Series Copyright, 1945, UniHd Stores Brown Foundation
I 1

a r.c a. .'''ti-. wraffi KEEP Y!!! KED CROSS iH/S SIDE :

... \
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. ,, 1i ''" of The Club .' ..,... A I I Ir. ,
-i i t.,:; : 0 This Advertisement Sponsored byX The Following Members Victory II

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. Standard OH Man "1 '.. .
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feny a Southern farmer has learned/thls to his advantage :'J' MAGNOLIA IIOTEL'! TilE STAG (il
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Oat:4btlmIrtiCe > STAlHCfe:' . A < Jr&In.\
...nwf'mTm. u__ IYllu'I'ZLJIGU!, ): tC ( ltAECD .
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.; I W. J< Epperson Mrs. Proctor who'inaltpa.a?
Woman Methodist Circles Baptist Circles l ] hobby
I SOCIETY and CLUBS Junior .. gave, an interesting: I reading on oldj1ms.,, Ile 'demonatr1
Club Installs Study ProblemsOf Have Meetings M 1'' Home'MiaUons.' +"rvlth.'" *;title- "A Rfil.V. 4 woaele
-- boy a dime, and'a miracle. The of the civil War
.Nw OfficerTheittor' ;"*,.: U.S. Indians Circle .One. of the, P.'tWHS "" collection, forithis. meeting was. lpoke' on 'the peace Period &

Mission Study U.D.C. Members Mrs. 1,.. O. Powell,'leader, $13.23. morrow. 'ThClee pan7) '
: ; woman'4Club! met Chafe One of the Woman'sSociety taking
met on Tuesday afternoon ,atctfrei: the pen
> WSCS Met Wednesday t ed.aqBday night :at 8:00 at the of Christian, Service was Following the business 'session 4 program were lira
Conducted y '. The entertained afternoon by home of Mr*, A M, Rlchajpe at Mrs NewBome served delicious dlvIore: w.. E.,. .1.,
club'bufldjMftv meeting was Monday
On Thursday, t>t-week. ,\lWrs. The W. T. Weeks e2ia.ptr; presided'] jjoyer. Wrj l:,Jtftrs. William Mrs, L 4- Davis at .her 'home,on the. ,State,, Farm.visitor.. t.enmem-. ; oak,' with'salted 'and. :-CoffeeM'htP' ,Mrs Charles Torres. BIgR
? three
bera and werfJp7s"ent ''
I. P. Shepherd who: is 'seen l. U.D.C. met Wednesday affemooflat uagpttf pr.J'!j v;After transaction West Madison: St. Adding to' theattractiveness collection of was '(guvstsj 'Shwas assisted 'The; : birthday' collection J
of mission st'f1l1itf': ,the ,Woman*i the home of Mrs. .JUJfUII M. .ofrfccu3af' business( installation l of the home were and. $15.65, by' Mrs; Pv M Barefoot. > .is beta's contributed to the, ,

Society of ChrtitWA 'Service con' Smith, the hostesses belnfc.:)1ra. 'of nevyrofflcerawaa heldwith bowls} o$ azaleas of several varieties taken. The April meeting will beheld tag fund, was 12150
ducted an interesting1 study of the I Smith Mrs. S. E. BrowNe:MW-' MM. H..C. Wtcfs: retiring ; andJoqkin! West! through thedining '. Mrs. I*. G.: Powell read. the 14th with Mrs Faul Raymond; the regularcollection Was and
'"The'' 1n American W.: L. Wall and Mr*. J. M.: chapter; of the Gospel accordingtr first '
new book, Indian ; 3 president of;, tltel2tyttte Woman'sClub. 'jroorn windows, was. acliaiailnrt".view Tuesday. Following the program .
Life VI". 1 $r Brownlee. .> serving-" as Installing officer. "of. meoY. azalea : John,,, and. ..Mrs. Alma. .Hough. a lad it -with -"stork *
jl; The study was' />&&' in the 1 The attractive living room Each new officer was presentedwith bushes In;full wob$n. .-: president of tile soap: !. y"{"iea 1 *.n" Members. 0.'the Business Wom. presented Mrs. L. girth D. "

Church School room.Pd Md began 1 I 1'b! +re the guests were seated wasdeorated a corsage of lovely lowers ,-:,JMrsvW., Bs! .weP.: circle chairXQSJI group tln pray t- 4 .11 en's Circle 'met wipi Mrs Carl and'frult'cUp and cake .....
.q at ten a. m. A devil onIJ'sEr: with baskets and bowls by the club. Those Installed > presided ov.f- the,, meeting -"'A-'program -"Our Inheritance KnIght. Monday,night for their1 'ed' to-the guests
''i'' vice was conducted 'by *W Wip.Vining ,: of splrea and aialeas. Tip. nteetT r of Religious 'Liberty" was pre b ualis '.
Over,}: .s and.caUed.on, Mrs. 4,' W. Wfcitefor. regular session., Thv j: '1'11e 'Apti 11' .
< rneeUrit
.and Mrs. J. T. Guy offered Ing was pressed over J by Jthe i' lIIi' lJ elle' 4h President -,. Jthe service, after W/R*':Morse, Circle meeting wan. opened by the leader'''with *'MM."Vandlven.wlilty
prayer, after which Iofr A. ZAdklnt / presUteffL Mink )Iadge MidUleion;, "* devqtlonafc"l program chairman: TJbe'hlghilight : Mrs. Levy, Canova, who welcomed "OrleWiggins. IUId'
1' *,' beautiful dfeJIlong. .the': which; they hymn. NeedrDe3ivery of 'the\\ being the neW as'hOllteasea
chaplain members Mrs
slpig; % 5 fidfjvaJWopened by Miss Clara' MM Harley Vice Hour" >,wth.Mr program the MarthaJohnston : home of Mrs. ILl
'r .* t t L Uri'J. M. Brownlee, leading 'In ArN4kdt.;;, : E.K.; ; ,was a*siH pianist R 'f'. "reading:,' :ibyr"Mr'ptarenrVc.= : :;' *ri'artlcl ; and Mr _Frances Moved bt 't , George..... AId
Reviewing chapter ,drops too pjtajr ri.after which the U. S. Mrs. Vernon Silcox Recording {Ferryman *session,t *-'atitIe<< < .:'f"iriiSeev. +Go 4' study book, were:, Mrs.anora? and.Confederate flags were saluted Secy. During the business/ '''Anlerfca.Tf'wrHten.'By; Eddie, Cantor Hough and Mrs. J, M. Brownleei: assistant;-; : ;'},.
n Mrs. J. W. .White. Mrs+ , . 'I" Mrs. A.-Z. .Adkin acted-.. .secretary 'program' ,director
RItch ." :... 7 / ., !U Mrs. JameS Blackshear.. Cor Jewish comedian.A : Mrs. Hough,Is president of .the USO-TMCA,
W. O. Hall. Mrs w. J.. Church-= ; and Mrs. Titus' Olson at- recently re
Mrs. Annie Lou Godwin transacted responding' Secy. f lively'and' Interesting discus WMU and requested the clrcld from a vacation
A. Davis and Mrs tended to here duties a*treasurer.. spent with
well. Mrs. L. . the duties of secretary and The new presIdent :Miss Mitch Mrs. Davis chairman of Social sion ,followed on the history of to present a program at the next and relatives. in Miami.
I' ? H. C. Ritch. Mrs.. M. F. Brown's report as ell then presided and appointedher religious liberty in this country WMU meeting. They also agreedto
At 12:30: ''a lunch was served, :treasurer was read. The defense Committee Chairmen as follows Christian Relations, called on the and relations with those of other keep the Red Cross produc- Mr: and Mrs. James Hold
; after which there was a round members for an itemized account worth'returned
y ,
donation was taken and a call : faiths.At tion room open on March 23. to their holllt
f of the work done since the first
table discussion.Ladies was made for clothing for de-. Social Chairman Miss Sara the conclusion of the meetingthe Mrs. L. H. Jennings and Mrs. R. Cordele, Ga.', 'Wednesday lIt
of the
' vaated countries. Poythress. year hostess, assisted by Mrs. H. A. Green, with Mrs. One Wiggins spending a'week with Mr J
Auxiliary Finance Chairman Mrs. J. ,Mrs. I.. D. Vlning presented a Mrs. L. and Mrs. Mrs. Frank Hollingsworth.
Mrs. L. A.' Davis announcedthat M. Richarde, A. Shep- Levy Canova as J
t a meeting of the Second District : R. Wainwright. program taken from the World herd and Mrs. W. 0: StrIngfellow alternates were appointed to take .I la working, hi ?tlanta. .

:, The ladles auxiliary of the first of the fJ ij 14 a Dlvlaion, Membership Chalr n Mrs.: Outlook; and Mrs.i Sewell beauti, served' delicious refreshments oi charge of this.. : Sgt., and .'Mrs. E. J. Sc",
; Presbyterian Church will hold its fully reviewed the last chapter in I '
U.D.C., would be held In Starkeon i Fred Guy.Publicity. Ice' cream .and cake. The topic for the program was returned to Gulf port, Mss
regular business meeting at the the mission book "The Indian |
April 5th,..beginning at eleven C h Irman Mrs. "The Things That Make for. The day after spending two wJ
Church Service Center, Tuecday in American Life".
d o'clock and lasting through the William Baggett Circle Two met with Mrs. R. A. Peace of Tomorrow." The guest .with Mrs. Schwab's parent, jl
March 13 at 3:30
: p. m. afternoon. Program Chairman Miss During the social perIod Newsome Tuesday afternoon with speaker was Pitner Vandiviere, and Mrs. A. W. Anderson

..... The name of Mrs. Earl'' Johnson Frances Peek. "Happy Birthday ''To You" was 12 members present. Azaleas and !

c neW Plan Provides Hospital was presented for membership The Club nominated Mrs. T. II. sung for Mrs. S. 3. Dowling, sweet; peas were 'used to advant
Osborne as theIr for the'coming whOse' birthday'anniversary Is on the
and she was unanimously sponsor age throughout living room
.. Care for Your Family welcomed.. .. 1 year. March. 5, and :Mrs.: Davis presented where the guests assembled:. .
: The meeting was then turned her with 'handsome\ corsageof MiM. Ada Lawson led the dee I
Ethel'l .
read a
Include Sic...... Accident Mrs. M. Biggs
to the Chairmanwho
Program votlonal which was taken front
l Childbirth-Information Frt. paper concerning the history The hostess, assisted by' her
t6 'presented Scouts, IdeilLandrum Acts, followed by prayer by Mrs
fran' J815)
x rovldea" ,the Unlted.State.: *. )!+ and Vivian McRae, who Perryman, Mr, H. C. Ritch.; Mrs. .
A new plan that hogplt&l 1870. Mrs. Davis gave Interesting
I Vining, served tempting refreshments as treasurer. Reports were mad
talks the ,
care for either Individuals or entire items In the life of James gave very interesting on
famlllef baa now been perfected by Scout Program. The Junior'Club of R u slan tea and a out for Mrs. Davis, chairman ol
'" a 38-year-old insurance company Alexander,'' Sedden. At Its last meeting decIded' to ,variety of sandwiches., There Social Christian Relations, who Service StationPHONE
} Northern Mutual Casualty Com. During the' social period Mr*. :take 'over the sponsorship ,of the were 19 members present.. reports work done during the past
pan,. According to the provisions' Smith: Mrs..: Brownlee; Mrsi Joe GIrl J3coule of Stark'e.: "-Z, It was announced that the circle -, two months. Miss Amy 'Coburn,, ,

hospltallzatlon of its policy you expenses are reimbursed Including for E. Wilson and Mrs. Earl John The meeting was then turned would be entertained in April secretary of supplies, asked fora rats St rssrrrsflsSrrrssssrrrrsrs

boepltal room extra charges, and surgeons son served delicious refreshments "over to the hostess committee, by Mrs. W. J.t Churchwell. donation to help in chrlstianlzi*
i fees-total maximum benefit consisting of a chicken !naiad' Mrs Vernon S II cox and Miss ing the Indians of America; Circle 147 RING 2 f OR SERVICE

$750 per person.This protection is unlimited Frances Peek;, ; ,who served delicious Circle Two One also made a contribution to. .,
s, in that the money is paid course 'with iced tea; and the refreshments. During the Mrs. W. E. Middleton was host ward tills: object. t\

;''I .v t whatever the cause-sickness, accident favors were bunches of sweet I Social Hour the outgoing officers, ess to Circle Two, at her home Mrs. I. P. Shepherd. secretary Washing 9 Polishing
? or childbirth. The protection continues Mrs. William on W.. Madison St. The living of mission study, presented a
Baggett, Mrs.' Fred
,,t{, regardless of whether you leave your peas.Members 9 Oil Changing
Sara and dining rooms of this hospitable forceful manner the last
3 present job or whether you move to any : present were: Mrs. Guy, Miss Poythress and chapterOf
!t Mfr other home in the U. 8., Canada or L. A. Davis, Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs, :Miss: Della R 0 s e n b erg, were home 'were charmingly the s*"1y book, "The IndianIn I Greasing 9 Waxing
Alaska. For complete Information Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Mrs. May presented with gifts. decorated with vases of bridal AmetAn Life." Electric
mall coupon below.t1NN._ Dickens. Mrs. W. G. Halle. Mrs.. wreath and azaleas. The hostess, assisted by he<_ 9 Arc Welding

-.. .........N.yll .. L. G. Powell, Mrs. Joe. E.: Wilson Lt. Beam and Bride The meeting was presided over daughters Miss Madge Middletonand 9 Tire Repairs
t NORTHUN MUTUAL CASUALTY CO. Mrs O. L. Beasley. Mrs. 'O. by Mrs. A, F. Sauls, circle chairman Mrs. E. L. Matthews, and
w FCW-3. Ilicayse lldg. L. Haynes, Mrs. S. E. Brownlee Visit Relatives and the...opening prayer was little Joan Smith, served tempting 0 One, -Hour Battery Charge Service
r } .
} 4 Miami 32. Miss Olive Ray, Mrs. J. M. made by Mrs. J. T. Guy, who has refreshments of hot tea, sandwiches 9 Auto Lite Batteries
} end me complete information that 1st Lt. Theodore Eugene Beam recently been added as memberof and fruit cake.
( Brownlee, Mrs. W. J. .Chandler, a An outoftown (-
v& / provides hospital care for myself and
family. Mrs.. Annie Lou Godwin, Mrs. J. and his bride, the former Miss this circle. The devdtlonal service guest at this meeting was .
., .
M. Smith and Miss Madge Mid Helen Hayes ,of Coffeyvllle Kan- was conducted by Mrs. W. Miss Bessie Edwards of Peters
's* Name .......,............,.......... dleton. sas, spent several days of last G. Halle and cone 1 u d e d with burg, Va. There were 19 members -

Si 4, sec Address ...tin......,.......,...., week visiting Lt. Beam's parents prayer by Mrs. A. Wood. present.It .
:Mr.; and Mrs. C. E. Beam During,thA business session was announced that the AMOCO GAS OIL GREASERIDE
City ,,...,,........., sta e........... Recent Births of'Starke.Lt. Mrs L. F. Smith acted -
as secretary : April meeting would be at the
Mr. and Mrs. :E. L. Young- Beam has just returned and Mrs,, A.. W. Anderson home of Mrs. Charley E. Johns. ,. .
>ii' blood, Waldo, daughter born Feb. from 15 months service in the ... ... "

...' X. .. Panama Canal Zone with the '
} 20.MI' and'Mrs. 'Wliburv Bell. Law- Army Air Force"30tfc t Fighter .

tey, daughter born Feb. 25.: Squadron. He will i report to : i
Mr and Mrs W. E. Owens, Miami" for further assignment.Lt. r Florida Motor Lin Busses
Starke Beam Is a g r a d uate of
son. Feb.. 28.
Bradford High School and his For Safety'

many friends will be interested to .

TER1IITE.lm..UUOATIONAND. know of his return to Starke. Comfort & Economy
CONTROLIf Well, folks, If';, this week has accomplished and Duke;Dupre presided charm-I-I

you see flying ants coming To Meet March 14 nothing 1 else, It has ingly at the punch bowl

q?' 6t In or out of your house the I definitely proved once and for of these rugged gentlemen' com-
chance are you have termites The Woman's Club will meet all. that. Army twlves cari. be useful plained of sore arms the'next day

and you will be able, to save Wednesday March 14, at 4 o' as well asl9rnamental! . from so much ladle wielding .p.p
yourself a big repair bill. A clock In the club building. Hostesses The girls hav$ been out early Now they know what we girls

1" Slarke's nominal charge: for Inspection. for this occasion are Mrs. and late, ringing doorbells and have to' go'' through -with . i i.

I ',1",, V We can give best Gainesville A. W, Anderson, Mrs. Lemuel gathering in the sheckles for the Maybe this little experience will
finest The I references. Colson, 'Mrs. D. E. Knight, Mrs Red Cross drive -. .. ,, Seems they stop some of that' back talk pit K

,I + I.. TelephoneC. Chas. Torres, Mrs. W. B. Mundy were given a definite' assignmentof about what'an:easy time we have\(
11Pt y A. POWELL and Mrs. I. R; Shepherd. Installation calling on other, Army wives= ll
td M restaurant Band I 1H3-J or Write of officers for the coming nobody else-and they have donea QTADKP Fi A

_ ywe Rt. 2, Box 88, GalneHvUIe j I I year will take place. this meet.II III commendable' . Among Spotted an' Jotted: Doe Herlong
bar I Ing. those deserving orchids for the back on the job after his tussle.
hoe leather they have sacrificed with pneumonia in a Jax'vilte
this week are Ann Beattie, Marjorie hospital . :. Ellery Davis likewise Sun: Mon. Tues. -- March '11, '12, 13

Dunne, Mra. Marty Maddox back' in town after an op-

a I A FAMOUS RADIO ARTISTS I, Evelyn Satarbe, Audrey eration at Riverside . Bifl lID/i
SIZZLINGSTEAK Stump, Dorothy Venner, Alma Powell getting to !spend' every 4 1 /
Goslln, Jean Vogel, Jean Moser, night at home with the'wife and
Sylvia Kaye Dorothy Yates MarIan kiddies after being transferred

Buttentag. Mrs. Merrill Gresham by.the Navy from Pensacola to
fm 4_ LOBSTER: RICHARD MAXWELL' Mrs Friedman Mrs. La Cecil Field near Maxwell . '. 4

Mon, Eileen Mullally. Elizabeth Alice St. John thrilled over the 1 ,
SHRIMP: M For six years singing the role of John on Seth.Parker Kindness, Mrs. 8harf, Ruth Huffman Eastern Star ring she received as I. I

radio program, but for the last eight years, on a program Virginia LJddon and Ann a birthday gift from mom'n'pop

Nfr ," CHICKEN of his own over the Columbia Broadcasting System Green . Take a bow, girls . . . Popular Judge Gardiner, hale + Fi
f titled, "Songs of Cheer and Comfort". lie has We appreciate your help . and hearty and looking forwardto
been heard as guest soloist on the Ford Sunday Even that 80th birthday anniversarywhich : 4:'

lug Hour, the General Electric; hour, and many other Peeked In the, big USO Saturday rolls around next June . -

'{ B of the programs, originating ,out of New York. night to check up on those Starke's first "lady taxi driver":
For Rotarians who were doing such a Ina McCarson Army wife from

F 1, notable job of staffing the Club Laurens, S. C. Mlna Grady t--
Connoisseurs r .. for an evening. -. . Glimpsed !setting' a fine example for other
PAT WITHROW Grover Alison dividing his time Red Cross workers by organizing
JR. between tagging arrivals at the her district in a most efficient
Known an the "Hymn Singer of the South". For twelve door and receiving congratulations and business-like manner V _

of 0Good years he nan been heard' dally over the Went. Virginia on the highly important arrival .

Network. Three yearn ago, he was made the directorof in his own family-a luffly -

Food the Army Camp work. During that time 135 Army baby dotter i L.. A. Davis Happy Coincidence Glen Duke

Camps. and Naval Boons have been visited by Mr serving as official greeter and"counter" (Jax N.A.S.) and his brother

and "!throw'anti his party "Entertainment with a Hell- . Hear he had to Fred, also with the Navy, but In
,, i + glow Purpose" Is the tlth*. given the party' punch that little gadget 1000 Miami, both rated brief leaves at h
0 program times and then start all over the same time so the two
with Iota of families
i' sinking and
; Drink the an Inspirational message concluding again . Quite a sizeable crowd enjoyed an outing this week at

program.u I'd say . Toughest assignment the J. M. Smith place on Santa "
seems to have been assumed by Fe . Hear Eleanor Long and [

". ..,a '. , .;* Junius Smith In the capacity of young son will catch a plane backto .
,4i'' Gather Here hamburger-fryer, delude; 01. .Sayshe Chicago Monday after a pleas U fI//l/ J eIam
turned ,
HELEN BENNER out 150 Wimples between ant visit with :Mrs. F. H. Long

k Soloist with 7 and 10 o'clock '. The I . .,Bobby' Biggs' /olm
;M; With Your Friends for two and Joe half Emerson's "Hymns of all Churches"' old maestro was quite relieved dress is: Robert E.temporary Biggs. AS ad,'
one years, now studying for: Metropolitan though to turn the griddle
Bldg. 606
For .An Evening one given Opera In She received a scholarship, the only s over to Bill Mundy when the USNTC, Bainbridge Holdover Md. Dept.. . Ltt\ t "w"
twenty years by the teacher: of Roe. latter arrived on the scene about What with the shortage of

d gl of Informality Poiuelle. Her request program Is always feature that time . '. <* klothes these' days little kiddy Jane ..........1";' --- ,
to the boys In uniform. < .... --
Miss Denner, while In New! Guy can consider herself quitea
York nhero she makes her home at present, sings In Lea. Shepherd, dressed up like lucky lady . Hear she's \
one of the large Church choirs as soloist on Sunday'' Charles of the Waldorf, and Nat wearing a very fussy, lacebedecked WARD BOND GEORGE :: )
morning. - Sternberjr. also assisted behind slip that once EusAB L'It fJAl
N belonged to her k,
NEWLY the Snack bar . Hear the boys mother and has been carefully such U1NG .
got so jittery from the rush LIDO" DOUGlAS" .
REDECORATED HEAR THEM tucked away all these years by ..
PERSON started punching dollars . .
on the her .. "
thoughtful "
grandmother . ...
cash ...." : -
way register when they should .,... !A
k. GOSPEL TABERNACLE have punched cents, making the Well t Guess that about
; +' 325 Temple Ave. bar wind up with a little deficitof winds up the little black book for

kn; Tuesday March 13, 8:00 P. M., loss 5600 for the evening . The this time .' . So' long . See .
,, was only-n paper, of course you In the, next . o NEWS & COMEDY
thank ..
goodness , Guy Sale
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IBITS of LOCAL 'NEWSJames'Hubner Miss Gayle Sewell and her.cous Surprise Party .....- -,,110-..._ .. -J ,
In, Miss Anne Daniel '6f Miami,I I ;

were week-end guest 'of Mr. and : For Alice St.:,,John I ... .1 V', .:,:
Mrs .
W. B. Sewell. Miss: Daniel I
and ... .'.-; 'Judge A,- Z.. :Adklns was the a"d'-Mlss Sewell are-stud nta in Mr. and Mrs.Y. ; S. St. John '' <-J, : ,
d last week from WWUma' guest speaker at a' Bar AaaoclaJlon W* 'Woman's. College- TaltaNissee. entertained for their daughter!: I .yd" : j
Ariz.,-.wIler., 1.4tI" .! ,.l u\ peon In Gainesville last .- .' Alice 'with an outdoor 'birthday II I \
een, 'stationed tat tome t/met\,.! 4 Y.. '"v ''' ., '* Mid?- t P:' Shepherd went to 1 }arty at' t eir- home' Wednesday I : ;
ent on down to Mr base, tpieldr I, .'Vp1 I. ;..ndl..Mr.. Resile/. Oolaonand. Chattffhoocnee on Tuesday where''.. of laat(week. it1"was a complete 1')('" .... I I IJ .. I f
Tamp, t Hi<; week : sdauffhter.,Diane, oi.Valdcsta,' 'ne'#ww >1slt he'!' stir Jack Shep surprise to the ptmoree who ''re- .. tat ';. I,,. ,,.: ., 7M I
\ .)(rs. Hubner -remained for I Ga., are upending a 10dayleave herd; 'who -is'in! the State. 'JHo8- calved: 'many lovely. and' useful,. ftM .I
let vfslt' >wtth. her mother! ; with Mrs.. Cplson's,, parents. Mr. );tfts ,' :
W. D.,""F OI1'before..1oJnmC .And Mrs. Fred F Flume. pital.Children's awn. suits at the Refreshments' of bl barbecued I I
|th re.. ... 'i Children's sun suits at Ute Smart Shop. .* "chicken with french. furies' arid Iced .
M G&lnes.haJi returned, .ta: Smart Shop. Pre: .Eugene M. lAme arrived I 1 I'cokes 'were ;'served' to the followIng .
r1 University, AxWpd,,I.-O-i: M,.: Dot McGinn and none Saturday-from 'Selihas,< 'Kansas'for ''.' guests'Mr.. .&&d',Mrl: ValrleI .".... .. .1, t'.'
ntinu.,,.bls. .tu4Y', ,,lAWP.# I Bill and'Blair of"A uguata, Kan., a 10-day furlough. He- .and II!'I Kidd. Mr.. and Mrs. Van Ht: 'CarI - ... "! 'o'fI'e. :\\.t, a.I\. ;, 111TH \'. 1.MNI.. : I
Carolyn Green apenfc last are" visiting; Mrsi"McCann'i, .par- Mrst Long and their baby daugh-. I I..d e it. Mrs. Eleanor'duff*' lllaa.Mary'Loa' ..; . y. .A .1\.1c b' t . : ..... .
wlth Dtfr .",d.M. <<-. .?.. Ti ants, Mr; 'and 'M .,iW? U Blair, ter Mary Amy. wUl. spend the PauUlnj."''Bdwln. "'St'John : ",, t 1:4 ,
,in Avon Park, ..mod ..tlt y They will be hertllnutlWEseter.7tftsa'Cafllerlne'Ntillmau' time .at the :K.U.' .Dowllnpplace 'Mla.afohn.. Hancock; c- ,, BA-SSINTS I \' .,.. : \ 't' .. J I. t. a . '. ," "
edrWW :her :)un$a ll fprcadliett. '' who is on Klngsley Jjak.....> Alice June' irarduJg; and Vivian ; ''lot .,h:r -.r A a>* ' "
., i 1b 1 .." "' ; Kaapmr DuncpnJv.ltsori of. Mr Mayo,- 'tot. Joe Bell, Lt. Emmett t '". ' fs. L ) : .
jrtM .mOl lt den't' at the F.S.C.W. at t ,,.'rI. ,.,. I.- > '. V :.t.iLMUMa ;i e o DirgetajMAU
and MrtavJff.l mil Cpl-'TOntml. DowelliPvt. ;
Mr O Dtincan .
nday dinner <| Tallahassee, spent the week-end received:: l -." : y.t'
'MnI: .w;. Jttj> n ->SrJ !herewith. : ,Mrs. W,,, H. Nollman,1Mr : a palnfuliiblp.. Injuryf.Wedaewlayafternooa rUI8Ir"A1tce Guy Kord- SO and, John the :honor, ."'PMt, Solid Ends. .. ,) 'it'. I.:: . .HAt, tiU> "ta&e,'prtrW 'M .' goo' .
1 .. ,
and Mrs-K. liJBpperi si:: S.. ,S., Dowllng t.urDelIm wbile.playingt. football I . '! ''.(0 : "1!I--'Jaat ". *n* )i l-fags pil hyurav .t open '- : '
-: with
Mn1hLrold: .' Saturday.after.:'a short visitIn fort. tt 1'(1""oI..t. ,red t. Fa'chlJte... .
Mrs. Pot C. Norton of
and son Danny-of JackLie carried in a n, ambulance to a Laurel MATTRESS\ & COASTERS : ,
.Mr. and. MrLrGA.reon Jacksonville at the home of her Jacksonville hospital and the extent Md., II' the guest of her sOl.ln-l.w .. .. . "
and and Billy Epperson brother-in-law and slater, Mr. and of his Injuries had not been and daughter,' ]41'. and Mrs. V.'1. : Reduced From .
Mrs.. James Godbold. t
I'daughter. and Id1L Fredrika W. L. of Edwards Jack- Mrs. O. W White spent the announced Children's yesterday.sun suits at the Sturgill.Mrs. Vivian Collins of Han- $18.50 i $49.50 to $44.50
lilla weekend gweata of week-end In Jacksonville with Mr. Smart Shop. nibal, Mo., spent the past two
were I and Mrs. C. W. --------- -- -. ., .. .. ,
W. H. Struth and Miss Kate Savage. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. La Faye .weeks with Mrs. J. T. Salyer' r
j Cpl. and :Mrs. Earl Pore of and three children of Jackson-I the home' of Mrs J, B. Sapp. UTILITY CABINETS
Glass Doors 2 Silver Drawers
Etrs T. Guy of Hamptont Arlington, Texas, last week ;yllle were guests Sunday of M J. spent 1 .,-L.-ur_ . ,.__ ___.____.._
week' with her with Mrs. Pore's' brotherinlawand and Mrs. Paul E. Canova. hostess visited several of Flor , ,
the daughter-in-law past Mr., and "slater Mr. and Mrs.' II. C. Mrs. 1., .;;:. Smith who Is tem-, ida's beauty spot. St. Augustine, n'OCCASIONAL.CIIAIRS.. ,FrvM, o $99 to $51.50
land .......,..... :. .
1 Fred Guy. She has Just Ware. They went to Winter porarily employed at Klllarney, Silver Springs etc., as this was -- -- -- -
Ued from a lengthy visit Haven for the week-end and came and her sister :Mrs. Leonora her first visit to1 this state BEDROOM & ROOU'Sl1ITS $119.50 to $219.50
her daughter, in Memphis, back by for several days before Waddell of Tampa, are guests of I Mrs. L. H. Jennings and Mrs. -- .- .- -.--... I
". returning to their home. Mrs. Smith's daughter Mrs.' H. R.- A. Green were In Jacksonville 4-SHELF WALNUT BOOKCASE NOW :.
D. Rogers of Waldo. Sgt. L. yesterday, on business.
- ------ -------- - C'I AT A BARGAIN PRICE ,
Smith of Lake Charles La., Mrs. E. H. Smith was in Jacksonville -
also home at this time, Monday,
MINIMUMcharges' a 15-day: furlough. Mr. and Mrs., James Lewis IT'S. A 'FACT YOU CAN
in. keeping with"outstandingService T. Sgt. .Tillman Hutto spent ,a were shopping In Jacksonville if
few days here last week with his onday
'which omits no" detail i of parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hut- Mrs. >Cecil Moore of Brookerwas John H." Denmark FURNITURE'I.
thoughtfulness and care.' '. to. He was on his way to his a business,visitor in Starke
..... .'..... new station at Boca Raton Fla. Monday.E. PHONE 151 .
e'-': ., Children's sun suits at the J. Dahmerr made a business!
:, >Ie. Smart Shop. trip to Miami last .week. WE BUY GOOD USED ,

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STAR: STCiQE? ;4. l I IVV' ,, ?

Quality Clothing and Shoes at Pop rF

ular Prices.

The Largest Shoe Store In Town and

In Bradford County.
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We Do Not Handle Military ClothingOr

Jewelry Entire Store Devotedo ,, '1 1V

\ Needs of Civilians. ,
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Hear one of oar teachers asked
fit}' / her students to write an essay
Iwr on Benjamin Franklin.- Here's
one little boy's masterpiece: "He I II l
wan born In Boston, traveled to I J

street married Philadelphia:, she her Jaugbjed and meta discovered lady at him on,electricity. the he. -' fou'1 jet the AM&W&I at tie '

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'. MEETING-TUESDAY: MARCH 13 8:15: P. Ms' '"

..,. '0)

State Farmers' Market Starke .

Visit Our Baby Department ,

Rattles : Shawls ; . t,. ,, ""I<, I '

| Hangers" Comb and Brush Sets :'. ] :,
Baby Books- ' Bootees sec ri '!..1# F 1 .
;Baby Soap Pads "r ;; '' .
Pillows :; *$ t it.--"'* "'. Pillow Cases ;, t* A New Sinclair Motion Picture "FARM WORK! SIMPLIFICATION" will how' short-cuta l..
Soakers DiressetlRubber '
Infants ' '
that can be applied to ease the farm labor; problem. ? ,?,?'? . : ., : ,..
Pants Socks .
f ( d: H, r I ,
Blankets .' ; Shoes v '
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Complete Line of Infants Wear, See Ethyl's' "Old MacDonald had a Farm" anduGoodye r Frolics" a full color Musical Picture. ; .' V. :":

And Accessories

MOTHERS\ Pay This Department A VisitSternberg's

H. E. Tucker Agent Sinclair Refining Co. ;1

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address I I.: 4941 Catharine Street, Sara, 1949
. . . . . . vIMtiag! her sister Mrs. T. T. Rousing Western Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (OFFICIAL SEAL)
You are required to appear on A. Clerk of -aid Court''r.
SEEQVECE; PARADEVVC Stars Raines, and April 1.184' Jrv th* above named Frank: );.anarum,
'&rs. Happe and children have Court and cause'wherein. plaintiff Atty. for pit Stark.

returned to their home In Michigan Wayne At ParkTwo seeks Telegraph divorce.hall publish Bradford this County OrderIn IN, CIRCUIT (l'OURT II 41 tCOUNTY.

WARREN after spending some time next four weekly Issue aq
K .By. .s. . . . here. CHAMBERS AWARDED nor was an AAF gunner and was women ranch owners Witness. my hand and, official CEltY': I 'Ulc 11.I1
hla rivals in. love motivate the plotof seal .t Starke, Florida this February Michael Krlm-Shamhal
CONDUCT MEDALPfO after plane ,
GOOD reported missing:
Johnny Gaaque, USN, has Just 14th., 1945. v. Ida n.bek
ti Miss Jewel Eagle left Monday returned from. the overseas the- Claude H. Chambers brother was downed In a mission over RKO Radio's new and thrilling (OFFICIAL) SEAL,) A. J. Thomas, Defendant, Case Anton No IS8f4r poklel

+ night to return to her home in atre of action and is spending of L. B. Chambers of Starke I I. Germany. He was later reported drama of the" old West "Tall in : As William Clerk D.of Morgan said Court.Clark Bldg AND ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICA'OH;

Michigan after spending some a leave with his mother here. I serving with the Army la New aa a prisoner'of the German gov- the Saddle starring John' Wayneand Jacksonville, Fla. Atty. for Plf. SPATE OF FLORIDA '1
time here with relatives. Caledonia and has been awardedthe ernment.He Ella Raines. It cornea to I-S 4t Sl Rbek A n ton POdlror'kalo! I H
Miss Beatrice Edwards was the residence I. 4
Good Conduct Medal for "ex- write. his parenta that he the screen of the Park Theatre .
+ Mr*. G. E. CuUhaw Is visiting of Miss IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD : March are required
d... relatives in Greenville Tenn.. ,.several Merry guest Beth Thursday Knight in Starke. emplary behavior, efficiency and la In good health and has been Sunday, remaining through Tues- (COUNTY'ER". FLORIDA IN: CHAN' named Court 11th.. 1946.and inoth.: I

1 days this week. fidelity as a soldier of the U. S. enjoying participating In athletic day.Wayne John R. Welsh, Plaintiff vs. Marcie plaintiff seeks divorce cause "

Mrs. Joe Shuford 'of Jacksonville George Mr. and Shuford Mrs and John daughterMrs. Shuford, Anry". games, such as basketball plays a tall and tough 342S.Welsh, Defendant. Case No county Order In Telegraph shall 9.bil Dr'.:."

and Mrs. He was Inducted In June 1942 ranch foreman, with an aversion OF emy hand .
r was visiting Mr. Fonso ORDER PUBLICATION Wltn..a : snd''q' .
Knight Virginia CAPT. E. W. .
'r at Camp Standing and prior to for women. When he takes overa AND NOTICE TO APPEAR seal a Florida
John Shuford Sunday. Griffis and Charles Shuford were IN SOUTH PACIFIC he finds the of STATE OF FLORIDA to: MargieWelsh rnary 10th.. 1946. this 7,
4 Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips his induction was employed by his new Job, owner whose residence let Rt. No. (OFFICIAL
fishing in Keystone Heights Wed- Mrs. B. W. Jr., of-Jack )
Hayes .
'' have returned from Miami where! brother as a carpenter. the ranch has been mysteriously 1, Heath Springs, South Carolina.You Aa CI.rk of said Court Tb
nesday night., sonville writes that she malls the murdered and the ranch has passed are required to appear on Walter C. lIarde.t, Daytona
they visited relatives. April 2, 1145. In the above named Fla.. Att7. for a..
Telegraph to" her husband Capt. PIt
Cleon Watson U. S. Army waa t .
to He refuses -ll
'( Mr. and Mrs. :Everette Burney THOMAS TRIEST on a woman. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff II189th '
i via air mall.
Mr. visiting his grandmother, Mrs. IS "ROYAL BARBER" Hayes each week to work for a woman, so takes a seeks divorce Bradford County
of Jacksonville were visiting He receives' It much quicker; us- Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
l Barney's mother, Mrs. G. A. Sapp Enoch Griffis,Thursday! Job at a neighboring .ranch -. next four weekly issues.1Vltnena
ually In 12 or 14 days this way, I only to find that It too. la owned .. my hand and official 12 Igi/ipg
Sunday. Mrs. Leon Dryden of Jacksonville she says seal at Stark.. Florida this February -
Moae Griff of the United was visiting her parents Mr. Is now stationednear by a woman a beautiful fiery- I 28, 19111.OFFICIAL .
Capt. Hayes tempered girl, played by MIss ( HEAL) A. J. Thomas,
States Army who la spending a and Mrs, Perry Davis several of
Numea the metropolis .
her dislike As Clerk of said Court.T.
5 incurs
furlough with his parents was days last week. the South Pacific. Raines. He Frank r..ndrum. Starke: Florida
_ ;' visiting friends here-Saturday. Miss Evelyn Warren spent Fri- rWCoast very early when he catches her Atty. for Plf. 3-2 4t 3-23
week-end brother cheating at poker. She
Billy Burney was a
day night does all she to humiliate him,
guest of his parents, Mr. and PROMOTED TO SERGEANT can I' COUNTY FL.OHIUAI IN: CIIANTKHY. -
; at Mrs. Everette Burney In Jacksonville Evelyn Colson. but he Is too much for her, and .
Ct>l. Ralph D Carter son of Edith Byrd Coleman: Plaintiff, vs.
1 last week-end. Mrs. H. R. WUlhelm of Jacksonville Mrs.: Dora L. Carter of Starke in spite of herself, her Interestin Robert II. Coleman, Jr., Defendant.Case .

Miss Enza Blanchard was shopping was visiting her parents. has been promoted to the rank him Increases by leaps and No. 8817ORDER OF PtmLICATIONAND

f In Jacksonville Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown several of Sergeant. He is stationed at bounds.In NOTICE TO APPEAR
Mrs. Austin of Highland was' days last week] tracking down the murdererof STATE OF FLORIDA to: Pfc.
f I DemJng Army Air Field Demlng Robert H.
t the rancher, Wayne foils a plot Coleman Jr., A.S.N.
34841964, Co. "F",
; New Mexico. 1302 EngineerReg. No Matter
/ ;! to grab the ranch from the first ., 2nd Bn. A.P.O. 1119 % Pout-

$ k. < EUGENE V. CH.SONBACK You are required to appear on
f. Y IN STATES her gratitude and love althoughhe April 2, 1945. In the above named What Bra
doesn't return it. However Court and cause, wherein plaintiff n c j
ft; 1 Eugene V. Chason, RdM 3-c, seeks divorce, Bradford County
r It's the Quality afleadership r Is back In the States for a 15-day Miss Raines thinks he cares for Telegraph shall publish this 'Order
; him in her In four
'\*&' .< A leave after 13 months In the the glr.1, and fights for Witness next my weekly hand issues.and official of Service

e J'1 It '" q South Pacific aboard a CoastGuard own way, which makes their ro- seal at Sturke, Florida, this FebEXPERT -

'. P'that,- .. maker Leaden E' frigate. He is visiting his mance a most tempestuous affair.
e The action i Is fast arid thrilling X'au're' In.
"1.. : mother, Mrs A. N. Cowan of .
I..t!; :J ", ,', .' Guardsman Thomas S. Gainesville and both were visitors throughout punctuated with gun
'I" battles, fist fights and hard rid
t Trlest, whose home is at The- In Starke Tuesday afternoon.
Robert Fellows has given it
THAN IC reaaa, Is shown above giving a from ing. S
was graduated A and the Arizona -
Class production, YOU'LL
; biapmato a genuine 'shellback I ALWAY:
B.H.S. In the class of 1941 and
't Ale II" (E/I hnii-cut" ns the troop transport lived at Hampton at that time. backgrounds are particularly

.;tI on which .they are traveling Guard In Impressive.
the'Leaders He joined the Coast FINDA
1 crosses the equator. This traditional -
.. "' October 1042 and Is now servingas I.V CIRCUIT COt'ItT. BRADFORD
$ ceremony is administeredto COUNTY FLORIDA IN CIIAN.CEEY. -
a radar operator. At the expiration .
h, '::8 '\ men who are crossing the ,of his leave he will report Mary Williams McCulloh Plaintiff,

., (: equator for the first time. to New York for his new vs. Edgar Monroe S689.McCulloh De- HEARTY
fendant. Case No.
t ': Trlest, a fireman first class, la .
Iwr/. assignment and expects his next ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
: ,j jl1 WihI'il ar..w cw.w-s ws.r.a.r ta.w,,cs.w. ia.Aa dr4w assisting in ferrying troops to sea duty to be in the Atlantic. NOTICE TO APPEAR
American-held outposts and In- .
'i Monroe McCulloh whose Post Office WELCOMEat
vasion points. The ship was in SOT. PREVATT SERVESIN Address I. 'Seaman let Class. ,

\ : _' ., ... ., ., .. the South Atlantic at the time COMMENDED GROUP No, 831-13-69.. % Receiving. Base. ,
-- -- -- - ------ - --- q. n1 Shoemaker California, and whose
the above photo was taken. Residence. Address. Is % Mrs. M. WORKMANSHIP
//1 ) I Sgt. Jesse C. Prevatt son of
AgneV, (Mother), Route 6. Box IBS,
"' The Evening I Mr. and Mrs J. C. Prevatt of Salisbury, North Carolina.
't ""F' LT. Wm. KDWARDS Lawtey, Is a radio operator with You are required to appear on 0
'TOPOf AT MIAMI ISKACII March 16th., 1945, In the abovenamed
(, &!" I a Ninth Air Force B-26 Marauder Court and cause whe..lnplaintiff
\ withIC 1st Lt. William Edwards, son group which has been commendedby seeks divorce and maiden ALL 'fORKGUARANTEED '
If" of Mr. and Mra. W. M. Edwards name. restored. Bradford County JORDANSBAR
li: Lt. Gen. George S. Patton, Telegraph shall. publish this OrderIn
of Starke is now at the AAF
Jr., commanding the U. S. Third next four weekly Issues.
DO-NUTS Regional and Convalescent Hospital .. 1 'Witness my hand and official
: ,\ Miami Beach, for treatmentand Army. seal at Starke Florida, this February -
General Patton commendation 12th., 19411.
/ observation.Lt. (OFFICIAL SEAL,) A. J. Thomas,
1d AND COFFEE followed a highly successful at- As Clerk of said. Court. YOU CAN ENTRUST YOUR

,, :JJ t\1\o ..t1'- Edwards, who returned from tack by Sgt. Prevatt'a group on Walter. C. Hardesty Daytona Beach FINEST WATCH TO OUR
; overseas duty several months ago, the Roer River town of Merzlg Fla. Atty. for Plf. 2-16 4t 3-9
: ..." '.
\ was Injured in an automobile accident Germany. Defensive positions in N OTiO E

te D."e' near Starke after he had the town were wiped out by: the Notice Is hereby. given to all PADDY LIBRETTI, MGR
A% "'o been to the Miami redistributioncenter marauder attack eliminating whom It may concern that as Executor
) : '\.e of the Estate of Eva I
'\): 0.'" and had been assigned to serious threat to the Third Army Lord deceased 1 have, filed Fins
}i ". .+r a new station In r day. of March th
d i tern. General Patton praised the County Judge of Bradford Count
'4 ;.I NEW ADDRESSESOF willingness of the airmen to at- Florida for Final Discharge <*. ,.
: r such Executor.W. .
: --- ------ --- ----- --- SERVICE MEN
ii' tack heavily defended targets and SEWELL,
B. Carter Bldg. Starke
: : Made from fresh Cpl. R. E. Jones', H &: S Co., stated that they were an inspira- Executor of the Estate of Ia II _.
: I" HAMBURGERS Eva B. Lord Deceased. ,a: .....;,
:r,; ,, ground sirloin steak 106 Engr. C. B. N., APO San tion to his army. 2-23 4t J-l

Francisco.Lt. Sgt. Prevatt has been in the -
--"--- Thomas C Hazen, Jr., Box IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD
; ;'M The. very finest European .Theatre for more thana COUNTY FLORIDAI IN CIIAN.
'I HOT DOGS 262, Class 225 Williams Field, year. ('I<:n Y. -
tN'\' ,\: '. Swif! !. Premium Chandler Ariz. t. Herbert Garrett. Plaintiff vs,

4,)1 :' ,'t.'I Pvt. Harold A., Crews Co. B, S . . ,. e . Case Sarah. No.Ellen 3919.ORDER .Garrett D. f endttnt.

\" Made from 157 Inf., APO 45, New York. OF PUBLICATION
I Cpl. Simpson, STATE OF FLORIDA to: Sarah
't'i' i Florida fruit Pera. Repl. .D e p ot Indlantown Ellen Garrett, whose residence and

h Gap, Pa. Miss Ida Hagan p
M1 '::1't ;'I Pvt. W. T. Jackson. U. S. . . . . . '. . t Liver bot41'' o5a14

Army Hospital Plant 4116 APO YOU CAN GET -
t\;! DAVIS SANDWICH SHOP The many friends of Mrs. W:

!\ 314 T-3, New R. V.York.St. ,John, 191 Signal D. Garrett are sorry to hear that REAL RELIEF 1
her husband
has been woundedin
Repair Co., APO 689 New York.C. .
I1 11&&: A 125 WEST CALL STREET the South Pacific area. farm ACID -
E. Durham AMM2-C, V. P.
\ w .. B. 132 FPO New York. Rev. Hogarth filled his regular INDIGESTIONBISMAREX L n

:i.,,."kI Pfc. Seeber Moody Rec. &: Church appointment at the Baptist

Evac. Det., Stark Gen. Hosp., Saturday and Sunday. i

: : 12. ) Charleston S. C. I eva Miss visited Ruth Mrs.Frith J.of S.Lake Swindell Gen- : ABOUT
\ Sgt. John M. Godwin Hq. Co. : Sunday.Mrs. ',
\I WONDER 94th Mortar Bn.. APO 229 New
"U .. York. Clara Adkins and daughters -

Jt! tJ Sgt. Felix M. Sullivan. 1020th Mrs. Viola Salette Mrs.

"i :r: 1 AAF BU Sec. A, Braynell Hotel Nlta Barnett and Jessie Adkins '

;:! Mrs. Bessie DavisProprietor Miami Beach, Fla.: of Jacksonville and Arthur Adkinsof Carpenter's Drug Store

Macon Ga., are visiting Mrs.

l; i SHOP SISTERS PROMOTEDON Martin Hersey' and Mrs. S. R.

,'". \J .. SAME DATE Swindell this week. t

I. 'Q !!] Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump of Mr and Mrs. Roscoe May and ,

Starka received word of the pro- Mrs. Landrum'' of Washington, S"rBOUr EsrAREALT10 Jie

". .fII' M,"$": .. ,. ,.'''' ,. motion of two of their daughtersin D. C., Mrs. H. D. May and Mrs. IJL Ore.tesf pr.i.*.advertiser*". If.. ...d..t eoont'T over-
'",. /1\ service on the same date. Creque of Hampton, Mrs. S. R. /a.OOO ..!<-. of Ilontee_FarmsAewane. _
N ,,
tiY I d Ensign Evelyn Stump, stationed Swindell and Miss Ida Hagan en- Bayer from all over the

I "i' with the WAVES at Key West, Joyed a picnic on Crystal Lake World.E. A.STROUT Free open REALTY Itstlmr. AGENCY

was promoted to the rank of Monday.D. .

.ri" ; t1 9-73ez4 e lieutenant, Junior grade. J. Phillips, Sr.. was calledto Represented

; \' ;,(" 2nd Lt. Lillian Stump, serving Miami Wednesday due to the Locally by 9to9Dally

: ['; ; with the Army Nurses Corps in death of his sister Mrs. Eula F. C. HOLLINGSWORTH Restaurant HourS! Except TuesdayYou're

Germany, was promoted to the Leo.Mrs. 116 S. Walnut St.
f: ::' ': Real Mounted Alligators rank of 1st lieutenant. Garfield Johns and son e
Grady and Mrs Thornton Johns
"' 1 ,
i' '
(;!';, :v 3 '' Lee Hyman Pocketbooks SERGEANT FAULKNER and son, W. H.,,of Hampton, were

,( REPORTED WELLMr. visiting relatives here Thursday.We .

and Mrs. Ben Faulkner are sorry to hear that Mr.
\ tw Military Jewelry have received several letters re- Beck Is very ill and wish him a a Service ,Man

s) cently from their son Sgt. Robert speedy recovery.Mr. .

1 1 Shell Novelties and Souvenirs L. Faulkner who is a prisonerof and Mrs Jack Jarrell and -;; gI and are looking for

war in Germany. Sgt. Faulk- daughters Jackie and Beverly of
t Head Scarfs and Pillow Tops Jacksonville
are visiting Mrs. Jar-
i rell'a parents Mr. and Mra. W. ri the right things at the
A 0 Mexican Handmade Jewelry' Packham. '

Don't forget the revival meetIng ..
.IJ. ;w Alligator Pocketbooks, Billfolds and at the Christian .Church be- right price.

'n L ginning March 0.cornr..
oi< Key CasesToys '
I 4j and All Kinds of Easter Gifts at CERY.(COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN. V.I.S.I.T'SHAFKIN'S

John Huber Plaintiff. va. Eileen
( 4J for the Kiddies Huber, Defendant.... Case. No. $.04.
't6t: Shady RestS STATE! OF FLORIDA to: Eileen
.(:If Huber! whose. residence !I. % Weir, .
: mailed 930 South D ore heater Chicago
MILES SOUTH OF lllln.ibYou
I'" are required to appear on
t.i. ;', PALATKA ON FI1WAY 17 March. 36, 1946, in the above named -
andy Court and cause wherein plain "THE STORE ALL ,
Music By tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County SOLDIERS KNOW"
n Telegraph", shall publish this Order
t BOB FINLEY In next four weekly Issue.
P r n J iii red Th0 Witness my hand and official neat. .

'l'tJ g!: Old Maestro"and hlaSOUTHERN" at U( Florida this February JEWELRY

r 1C" SEIUENAOEB9 Ae Clerk of Mid Court. .
T'.FTa.nk Landrum, Starke. Florida I
"' IcqS'
: ,: : ,. Attjr. for Plf. at j.jj ,
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9, 1945! !
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. . .. . . C. M. Turney' presided and those 1 VVllllama and Roselle Combs of r . . . . e GJ NOT1CH! Of APPLICATION: 1146 :, ;
present enjoyed a round-table. discussion .-Civilian
Farm Macclenny.Mrs. (!taste mil hEEl,. Dated this 22nd., day of Feb I j :
ate on "The Church and the Hampton Problems TreatedIn No "> ruary A. D. 1.41. '
R. p. McLendon and NOTICE! IS HRKKnt! UIVKN That I
Post-war World" son
ably led by Rev. B. Y. Saxon, bolder oC Tax Certi OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. Thomas
Mr.. Bryan WWUte" L. A. She pherd Mrs. C. H. "Spanky" were guests of Gainesville By Mra. M. O. Swpcney" Florida Film Pleats No 204, Issued. the lit., day Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford I ;
0 . . . Cope and Mrs. H. K. Tyus were relatives for several days . . r r . e . of July A. 1>. 1>42. has filed earn County, Florida. 2-2S 4t I.U
In office and ha
my made application -
the first part of the The problem of the
hostesses for the meeting and week. relationship for a tax deed to be issued
|XJi STAR AWARD>> their refreshments consisted of After spending: the weekendat Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Harper left between soldier and civilian, an thereon. Bald certificate. embrace

\ fitting service at the horn sandwiches, cookies and coffee. home Miss Roberta Whitfield Monday for Mississippi where important current and post-war the the following County of described Bradford property State of In D NslllUl

and Mr. E. O. Land iPrJtemoon. ,- returned to F.S.C.W., Tallahassee! they will make their home Mr. item. Is tenderly and humorously Florida, to-wltt \ p?< :March 2. Col. BRIDGE CLUB MEETINGMrs. Monday. Harper recently sold his grocery surveyed In Warners' new film 1 A on W aide of 8WH of NW4
: Martin Griner store and The 8 of and adjoining Ry Section 29, DtI::
.e of Camp Blanding: pre- entertained Mrs. Charles CHoversettte and filling station in the Very Thought Of You" Township T South, Range 22 Baet, Kup .
posthumously the Bronze the State Farm Bridge Club at two sons of northeast section of town to Her- which will be shown at the Florida containing, 1 acre more or I....
by Corp. Roy land her home Thursday afternoon to visit Mr. and Mrs.came P. D.Sunday Panther shcl Parker. Theatre Sunday. Monday and The; a".ee.ment of the said prop
:March, 1. ,Vases of Tuesday. erty under the said certificate U- .
friends were present and. at spring flowers for several days. Mrs. Angus Hall who Is ill in
Lclualoa of the military added beauty and color to the Mr. and Mrs. the Alachua County Hospital, Is Its cast offers the most promising sued was. In the name of unknown.Unless Start Your Pott-War
Vance Geiger and said certificate shall be
Ly. were led In prayer by living and dining rooms for this somewhat improved and hopes to of that company's new stars redeemed Planning Now I
Bradley, of Jacksonville were according to law, the
of Raiford. occasion. Mrs. J. R. Kite Mrs. return to -Dennis
her home
Ullam Wilson with shortly; Morgan, Eleanor Parker described
Mr. and property therein will be
Mrs. J
Brad '
a recent communication Fielding Chapman and Mrs. P. ley Saturday night and Sunday.Mr. Col. and Mrs. Raymond Turckof and Dane Clark. A brilliant supporting old to the hlghcat bidder at the Place Your Order Now For i

heir son's Chaplain Mr. and D. Fancher, Sr., won high, sec and Mrs. I. J. Williams Neptune Beach and Leo Wiggins cast includes Faye Emer- oourthouie door on the first Mon. The Following* Appliances:
had t
learned that Corp.Kyis ond high and "bingo" prizes re- USN son and the veteran performers day In the month of April, 194K,
and and family of Jacksonville
as their -
guest Tuesday night Miss which, 1* the 2nd., day of April,
bravely performing: hi. spectively at this meeting, each Dot Rivers of Keystone were Sunday guests of Henry Travers and Beulah Bondi. "
wounded sol- receiving the Club's stipulated Delmer Daves, most
n removing Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North Mrs. J. M. Maxwell. I represented BENDIX
the batUefleld when number of Defense Stamps. Mrs. are 'recently as director of the
from now at home to their friends In Mrs. G. W. Rahme, Sr., and highly "
killed some months past Griner served a congealed fruit successful "Destination/ Tokyo" L"1 AUTOMATIC
{B the house formerly occupied by Mrs. Roy Starr have returned ,
salad course to the two tables of both directed and collaborated on HOME LAUNDRY
the Herahfleld from Heflln Ala. eeeo
UNITY CLUB MEETS players present. family. where they the t
Lofusion of spring flowersed Mrs. H. M. Richarde and children have been visiting relatives for screenplay for this film.

the charm of the Club. Mrs. J. E. Chambers Mrs. C. Jane and Henry, were over- the past five weeks. "The Very Thought Of You"Is 'HOTPOINTREFRIGERATORS ,

ifor the regular meeting of i H. Cope. Mrs. A. W. Bates, Mrs. night guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Miss Hazel Brown and little concerned with two soldiers BREAItFIfS1anll I

mmunlty Club Tuesday of I Lynwood Watts and Mrs. J. M. H. Ritch In' Jacksonville Friday. niece, Mary Anne White of Jacksonville who meet two girls in Pasadena 1
Mrs. R. D. Whitfield went to after a long stay In the Aleu RANGES
eek. The president. Mrs. Bradley attended the VV.M.U. and were week-end guests of:
Annie W. Armstrong Home Missions Fruitland Park Saturday for an, Mr. and Mra. Leslie Brown. tians. One of -ahem is brought see how much better WATER HEATERS
extended home for dinner and must endure feel all
with day
stay her sister you
'T CIIRISTIAN'CSURCU programs at the Ralford Mrs. Minnie Johns of Green
Mrs. G. S. Clopton.Mr. the opposition of a tense, war-
OF STARKEr Baptist Church Monday. There Cove has been
Springs the guestof
and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier strained family. It's a condition As These Become Available -
r Call and Christian Sts. were morning and afternoon sessions , her daug h t e r, Mrs. Wilson which
W. O. Smedley, Pastor with luncheon served at, the went to McIntosh Saturday to May this week. will prevail again and again CAMPDINER We Will Fill OrdersIn
visit Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McRae. before returning servicemenwill
Ices as follows: church. I Mrs. Stella Collins of MelroseIs Order of Application ;
Mr. Bouvier r e t u rued Sunday finally be absorbed back into
Sehool each Sunday at Mrs. Hugh A. Hall) of Jackson while Mrs. Bouvier fora spending some time at the civilian life., A believable

Im. ville 18 visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. longer visit. remained home of her son-in-law and adult solution is offered in "The BED LAMPS
hing and communion sert M. Tumey. daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Very Thought Of You." t
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Land had
and 7:30 ,
11 xn. p.
a. & DESK
meeting each Wednes- Saturday supper guests of Mr. as guests last week-end Mr, and Wadsworth Jr. This is the simple, moving LAMPS :

7:30: p. m. and Mrs. A. C. Davis and family Mrs. Lorace Campbell and three Mr. and Mrs. Neale and daughters drama of the typical smalltownG.I. Corner Call & CherryHighest

or's residence: Green Cove were Sgt. D. M. Williams of children of Ft. White and Cecil of Jacksonville spent Satur- .. a dogface sent back to Mid-

Marianna,, and Misses Mary B. I I Hill of Zephyrhills. Returning to day and Sunday visiting Mrs. dletown with "batUe fatigue" to O '

Zephyrhllls Monday ,with Mr.;Hill Neal's sister, ,Mrs. C. M. Dees. face the girl, the family and the I

were Mrs. Hill and their three Mrs. Claude May recently visited friends he left behind.Pine Quality l&.1 I

children who had visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pursley in Palatka .s

Old Sarge's Place Mrs. Land for about ten_days. Mr. i and ;Mr*. .Bolen Hall are . . e . . . .

Mrs Madge Bozarth left Wed- visiting in'' Jacksonville at the Level STEAKSand
nesday for Miami where she will
home of their daughter.. Mrs WINKLER
spend her vacation.
Audrey Geiger.
Mrs H. BL McIU
By .
Misses June Caldwell and Doris Mrs. J. T. Guy has returnedto . . . ., . . CHOPSOpen ,
lARMYTORE Moncrief were with Misses Madge ELECTRIC
her home after spending sev
Brownlee and BUlle Jean Pollock,
Sunday church services were
eral months with relatives in
respectively. In Starke last week I
Tennessee Alabama and Georgia well attended. Rev. Marshall and
several other service men from SERVICE
Frank Crews and Grace The following young people Camp Standing were present for 9 A. M.-9 P .'SI.\
made a Sunday trip to Gold 226 Temple Ave.
Crews spent the past week-end both Sunday services. There was Dally Except Thursdays
Head Branch. State Park; Bar
with relatives In Wauchula.Mr. .
one addition to the church.
AuthorizedBy and Mrs. Earl Chesaer and bara Betty and Martha Home,
children Norma Sweeney Emory Brown, Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall left .eo n_ -- .------
\ The War Department are now living at Hell- '
Monday morning for Lakeland "
bronn Springs. Dick May and Bob Wei king.
Mrs. I. J. Williams and children Mr. and Mrs. John H. Parker where Rev. Hall Is going to con-

moved last week into their duct a revival meeting. They
were guests of Lake City relatives new SERVICES
Operated '
plan to return In time for Rev.
last \weekend.Mr. store building and are now conducting
By an Ex-Soldier and Mrs. Ernie Yarborough their grocery business in Hall's street service in Starke

moved Monday Into the house recently fine modern quarters. It is located Saturday afternoon. EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT

vacated by Mr. and Mrs. on the same site as their Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Starling,

Roy Roberts. former store, which was demolIshed Mr Alma .Starling, Mrs. H. MlIcRno .

HEADQUARTERSOR Miss Kathleen Douglas spent ,by the storm four months ana MM. B. M. McRao

ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES the past '''week-end with her ago. visited the beoslao ci' :Mrs. N. DOreen SUNDAY SCHOOL 3 P. M. a
mother In High Springs. : Ur. and Mrs. Charlie Hall of who' Is seriously 1U at ;iicr

NOVELTIES and.JEWELRY I J. L. Robinson was the overnight Tampa spent the week-end visit. home in Hellbronn Springs. il

I guest of hig brotherinlawand : Ing Wilbert Hal} and family. They Sgt. Glen L. Wilson of Oliver Everyone Invited
'" 4- - I Come And Feel
sister, Mayor and Mrs. R. L. moved to Tampa four months ago General Hospital, Augusta Ca., ? ,

Smith of Crescent City Friday. to live with their daughter.Sunnybrook. was here to spend a short leave You Are A Part Of Us.

en Suslow'sArmy he with his brother and sister-in-law,
Saturday turkey
enjoyed a
e e e . .. . .
dinner In Seville In celebration of Cpl. and Mrs. Ronald Wilson add .

his Mother's 94th birthday anni his niece, Miss Eleanor Jones.

StoreE. versar)'. Miss Odessa McRae spent the

E. D. Mobley was with his By Mm. Arsula Crawford week-end with Misses NeJma and Gospel MissionAssembly

family In Sanford last week-end. . . . . . . Thelma Taylor in Adel, Ga. She ,
Call Street Starke Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lee. :Mrs. returned Tuesday.

.T. Rohlnnon. and Mra. W. H. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ward had of God

Parker spent the past week'endwith as their guests Sunday, Mr. and NOTICH TO ('RI.Il1T06s ,
periun having claim da-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Robinson Mrs. Robert Ward of Jacksonville mumlg or
atralimt the entate of Vlda '
In Jacksonville. and Mrs. B. Lazenby and V, Morgan deceased are hereby CAMP BLANDING

Betty Williams spent Wednes- son of New River. claim notified In and the required office/ of to the file County their' J. A. BROOKS MINISTER

HIRES me day night with Suzanne HartzIn Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Crews and Judge of Bradford County Florida :
In the Courthouse at /Ktarke: FlorIda
Starke. son were visiting their
within' sight calendar month
L.tJWIJDWN Pfc Odell Oauthern left Tues- daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and from the date of the first publication
day for his new assignment after Mrs. Curtis Dukes of New River of thin notice, or the cam
will become void according to law
having been with Mrs. Cauthernand Saturday. Toll February 21, 1945.
Mr.'and Mrs. M. C. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and DART ENNIS THROUGH THESE PORTALS I
Executor of the Last Will and
on how to spend for a delayed furlough. In com- children were visiting Rev. C. M. Testament of VIda V. Morgan, deea PASS TIlE BEST SOLDIERSON
pliment to Pfc. Cauthern, Mr. Batten and family In Jacksonville ...d.

a pleasant, hour,or and Mrs. Roberts had as guests Sunday. Atty Knight. for& Knight Executor: J-13 4t ..U EARTHWATCH
Sunday Mrs. O. W. Hunter and Mrs. Omega Rosier of Mac- ,

two with your friends . Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hardee and clenny U spending some time IV COUNTY.CIRCUIT FLORIDA COURT.! BRADFORD IN CHAN.CKHV. l "'

I'' daughter. Imogene, of Gainesville here with her sister-in-law and .
,I and Mr. and Mrs. Dena brother, Mr.and Mrs. J. N. Kel J Sarah.:f T.Klllabeth Anderson, Plaintiff \..
Anderson, D.fendant.
Duke and children, Connie and Case No. S588.
|rop into BlandingCenterar Gall! of Lake Butler. ly.Mr.. and Mrs. C. C. Crawfordand ORDER: OF" PUHLICATION the
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. children. Virginia and Vanls, STATE OF FLORIDA to: Sarah
[ . Order a glass of I W. E. Feagle were Mr. and Mrs. of Lake Butler were dinner guestsof Elisabeth Anderson whose residence
I I. 1100 ,
: Hey ward Columbia,
C. F. Edwards of Hilliard and' Mrs. Ar.sula Crawford and Mr. South Carolina.

e cold beer and just 'II 1'. and Mrs. C. G. Edwards and I an .M.nJ. C. C. Crosby recently. I You are required to appear on ,
March 19th., 1>4B. In the abovenamed .
three little daughters of Jack- Remember the sing each Friday Court and cause wherein.

It back and relax ine sonville. C. O. Koberts is with night at Corinth Baptist Church. plaintiff eeeke. divorce. Bradford ..vr

the U. S. Coast Guard. Everyone Is Invited to come and Order County In Telegraph next tour nhall weekly publish Imiuee.thl*

most in Mr. ard Mrs. Harvey Williamsand join in the singing. There will Wltnen my hand and official ', '
} popular spot town daughter, Betty visited Mr. be) church services at 11 a. m. seal. at tth.Htarke 1916.OFFICIAL ,..Florida. this February \ '

Williams' parents, Mr. and Mrs.T. . and 8 p. m. Sunday. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
\ O. Williams, In Donaldsonvllle, A* Clerk of Raid Court.T. .
Hundley last week-end were Pfc Frank Land rum, Htarke, Florida
LANDING Ga., last week-end. Ally for Plf. 2-l 4t 1.1 ..
During the past weekend Mr. Dillard Hundley of Camp Blinding -

ENTERL ,. : .( and Mrs. J. W. Woodward had and Mrs. Hundley and their It: CIRCUIT COURT, nilAIIFORdr

as visitors, Mr. and Mrs. Bard daughter Mary Frances of Reld.l- .ftl'HTY.. FLOnlUAl IN CIIAJV.CKHV. ."

/ MAYBELLE Gale and daughter, Sharon, of ville N. C. Lillian Thomas Jenkins, Plaintiff, ,
11-0< J. HYDE Palatka and Cpl. and Mrs. Le- Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Harvey v*. Ralph It. Jenkins, Defendant. :
Can No. 3691.ORDER l.
and :Mrs. Drew Sweat entertained
and Mrs.
Newton Knox of StarKe. as guests during the past week NOTICE TO APPEAR
end Mra. W. P. Gremlin and STATE] OF FLOIUDA. tot Pvt.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ralph It. Jenkins, whrme reeldeno
Sarah Beth Gremlin of Lake City 'I., A. 8. N. 17128833. I>lv. Hen. Co
__ .___ .n' __u ..
ana Mr. ana Airs. AJVUI luie ana A. P. O. 4(2, ,". Formatter, New V

family and Jack Kelly of Ral York You New are York.required: to appear on' : (

ford. March 19th., 1(45 In the above
it's named Court and cause wherein a I''
__ Ilf! CIRCUIT COl'IlT. BRADFORD plaintiff *..11. divorce and restoration .
COWrr. FLOHIUAI IM: CHANCKRY. of maiden name Bradford
County Telegraph shall publleh this
Violet Dennt Joeph Plaintiff vu.Charlie Order In next four weekly issuer l ,,
Joseph, Defendant. &s. Wltneufi my hand and official ,
No. 3590. teal at Htark, Florida this February
STATE) OF FLORIDA to: Charll. A* Clerk of said Court. .'_ .w
Fofieph, whoa reeMence I* lite. Mo T. Frank Landrum Stark, Florida
2!, Herlln Maryland. Ally for Pit. 2-Ii 4t a-l over two million soldiers
You are required to appear on -
March 19th.. IMS. In th. above IT CIRCriT COURT BRADFORD have made i
... named Court end eau. wherein COUNTY FLORIDA) I-M CHAN-
plaintiff ...k. dlvorc and rtora- CElt Y. In '
NEXT lon of maiden name. Bradford Charle Gregory, Plaintiff, v.. purchases our
County Telegraph shall publish thl* Josephine Gregory Defendant. Case There i
Ord r In nxt four weekly l Issue.. No. 1108. must
fJ;. DOOR Wltnee my hand and official ORDER OF PtrBLICATIOW n
seal at tark... Florida this February AND NOTICE TO APPEAR r a reason.
efT TO 12th., "411. STATE OF FLORIDA tot Joeehlne -
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Gregory whose. residence I I.
A* Clerk nf said Court. U4 Ovlnitton Avenue. Brooklyn
KOCH'S T. Frank I.and rum. !Btarke, Florida New York. f !
Atty. for Pit. 2-U 4t 2-1 .. You ...r. required to appear on
March 28, 1(46, In the above named -
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff -
AT FIRST *..k" divorce. Bradford County ,
Costume Jewelry A 'D Telegraph. hall publl.h this Order STORESAT I
Shell Novelties Greeting Cards O In nest four weekly lue
0 ... Wltnen my hand and official .
y {I f.
eal at Starke. Florida, this February -
c 30. 1946.OFFICIAL .
S Florida (Hand Painted) Scenes Gifts For Children : ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,

gE666p7dj'reptw A.* Frank Clerk of laid drum.Court.T. Btarke. Florida DLANDING BUS STATION' !

Atty. for Plf 233t 3-M ,
f t1on&al d/ttctt i

i -

\ .' !AO6 ElGIIT 1: :
r' k" children, and support money. U. 1945.AsFCle.
of '*".
: -. --- 1 -. -. .- -. : Woodman Circle neck maiden divorce name.hall. and'Bradford publish title Co OrderIn u ntyT.le.r.pb Of Gainesville.ZACH Florida H. DOuaLA8.Attorey ford lish this County Order Telegraph In next four ehaJl Br.II-1 ( kA of said)Cou ttJ' 'ldouw",

4ad i for Petitioner. t I iiue S. S.. Harrison 105 Law !:
Hab New Members next four weekly I Issues. Eactole
hand and official seal Jaeksonvllle
'ty official Witness my Florida Asp
INC Witness my hand this' March NOTICE at Btarke, Florida- this February Pit.
FOREMOST DAIRIES real at HtarkeF'orlda,, tt
'The loco\ Woodmen of the 1945. Notice I III hereby given to all Lh I
15. ---
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World Circle h e } d its regular (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, whom It Final may concern Return and that will I havefiled -on .'.

TQ' OF THE SOUTH tnteUng Tuesday Feb. 27. with T.A. Frank Clerk Landrum of 'said Court.Starke, Florida the 8rd my day of April. 4J, applyto I WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOODWRITE

the"'guardian,..Mr.. .Vltgle Barks- Atty. for Pit. :a., 4t *.30 the County Judge of Bradford.
-- County, Florida, for Final Dlcharre TIMBER DEPARTMENT
,dale presiding.< Tierewere 12 Stark Florida. a* Administrator of the
For Home Deliveries'On ''officers and< 8 on drill team present March' 6. 1'44 Estate of F. M. Crew, deceased.W CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA

Mondays, Wednesdays and1 Fridays with their captain. Fairly TO I WHOM hereby '"IT give MAY notice CONCERN that I :will a.' 4t t-tl O.Administrator.IN CREWS, FERNANDINA FLA.,

Conway. ,be responsible for any Indebtedness -
Starke 82 and Leave 'Orders < not which may ton contracted CIRCUIT COURT AR.AOFORII>>
Phone \ : .
., ,". : \:The -'brinfT' &, newmember'' conteat' or Incurred by my' wire, CO"'T: ,FLORID-ti'. 1N1.CHANs
lunu. (win closed at thla also knowp C"R1" ,
a meetingand Mr. .William 1'.Clute .
Barbara Phin'p Mario. va.
ED Mrs Maude Andrews won the HH Barbara C.Clute and.. be- for FliuJUuil.. Dvfendant.Case . ..
GRADE A PASTEUR whether the TertsaDiaalvo -
S . n. Chits, Mme . -, r ,. $14 'x ..
9 M "'r beautiful Polite: #>r%bringing: the alleged n..c.e..lp.. ; ) 01: wife. No. 3926ORDER a./ ,,

46? VITAMIN J.COFFEE J !1.IOI\1.Q.GJ1. ? J 'D ? ,I' \. most;; new :;'member.:" a2t a-I' .....- W. T. GLUTE: AND' NOTICE OF PUR-LICATION TO APPEAR

: The hlghpolnt wot'the meeting\ THE NAME] OP TUB\ sTATAOr STATE OF, FLORIDA to: Mr*. The Gift That Yt Can Give.
IN Only .
::1 Ir.1. Flmlaal. whose' reIdenea *-' .
\1", .,. 1CIIp: 9LATF.,1\f1T.1C:. .was.,,'th* InUi.tijp'o't: ,;..three ,?neMmembers. . 'FLOHIf1ATO HINES. o..IIII..A Teresa ptSalvo and pest office' addre. .!. ; .
I H- .w .
;p ).R BW1'.E\WJd.\ ( resident:- JLOTTIK. of SpartanUif nt,\ #f>,.," t h.Carolina. J4tCje! .t9n!.,....,..n"pona., ,, dew ; '::1 YOU R nil ill""'*: ',;'ttT1'r

... . Jj At the'ctqse.Qf the meeting, ,illU!! < ,'v York., ... .;. I

j' CREAMThe ) .4w 'the;| hostcBseis, Mr. W. L. An:+ I In It that appearing certain. .;cause by.. a'tfld.vitflled now "finding' You..::1."J re'4B required, 1n. the t'o above appear.-named.(o0April ,1 P HO. TOG JTI4U a;*:'"*:

...- cjrews. Mrs. P. Sj..tenmark: Mrrf.1 In the Circuit Court Eighth r Judicial Court and ,tau s-4. wherein plaintiff ;
--- -- '1\\=thel Chambers and ,Mra. Circuit uL. Florida Bradford ICY ne.k*. divorce.Bradford shell publish this CountyTelegraph' Order, Studio open each day tin
ces WUklnson.eryed' cookies and County In Chancery, : weekly Issues.. .'. 9 m. Including Sunday.
LOTTIE In next four II' p. ,
ot '.'J.> .r, '. f' . : ,. .:;t,... kea to those present. F.H;. HINES MINKS la I la Def.ndant- and. the Witness,,, my hand and off iclal No appointment 'necessary-: '".'" .. ,
relief prayed for It. a divorce). eal atti.rk) Florida, thin Fehrunry '

w Mrs.' Carl Jocksbit'an'd i Mre and It appearing residenceHouth that U SpartanburB.the Defen.danfa (OFFICIAL, J6..JL945.SEAL.) A. .J.. 'Thomas, 3* Satisfaction Guarantee ':?4,

Best Medicine You. jlllly Jackeon! were in Gainesville. Carolina, and that aha la As, -.Clerk of said Court. i
I .. Beach.Fla. ,. r,
. ,;
araahd Walt.rC.llard..t Dayton
It y"
'is Your Doc- j buslneaa Wednesday. over the age of twentyon Defendant w nut Atty.'for Plf. a.a 4t .*-23 *.. HOLLYWOOD CAMERA &

Can rake( : ., IN. TIIM MATTER OKIWMTH' OFHtHlUN a resident'that the of said Florida and .that In IN CIRCt'IT CAt'RT.- .BIlADFORn- . ,;.. GIFT SHOP

tor's Advice. CljAIHM JOflESS MIMOU.' thereI I no person Florida or-, toe persons. service COPN'rYM'' ,..FLOHlUAIN. tHAN1 8
of .
'' Notice l. hereby. i fvd to ,-.11 the State .whom would per- tEHY. Call Street At,.Railroad
. .. Whom It may concernTUuTt I will, of proc bind said Naomi Bo'seman. Plaintiff- V*. .
-., .,.. a* guardian Marlon, Clull* Johnu, eonally THEiu FORE ORDEREDthat Cleveland Do.C man Defendant.Case .
'" minor, on the 12th day of .April, ITIB 8610.ORDER .
said. Defendant I.I hereby .required No. ,
l'.U6, apply to the In "aid cause on OF-
r"" t .' K. Perryman, County Judtce: of .. to appear NOTICE TO APPEAR. ,
Uradford County for.I .Order to or otherw lthe'allegations. rof STATE OF.FLORIDA} to I Cleveland i
.ell the Interest .of 1ald minor In 194S. be Boseman.'whose residence. and
I For The''Firiesil'Drugs:' and the following described land., to- said ..Bill sot -/complalnt.will D address I III State Penitentiary.1&15,
wit: .. : ProeC ntessof entered. naga nstt. c"f ner. Ulst ,Street.Columbia. South Caror 1 '
A Clock Eleven 1
West-half of according -
V ChemlcaWVh&1''ArCuracyr .. of IT 18 FirnTHER 11na.You 'bn ANCEp .-
to En ey'* Survey be published, once are required to appear -.
Hampton, Fla. and Ea.t-haif of THAT this order';r "conaecutlveweek March 20, 1946. In the.above, named
and Dependability,. Have Your ..Prescription\ ...Cor= : Block Thirty-one and Thirty- each Inc Bradford County'Tel: .Court andcause, wherein plaintiff rEVS
two'of Blanton'.;'Addltlon Townof published and I seeksdivorce, custody of minor> :
'newspaper ,. .
at Hamptpn 'Florida: egraph Bradford -
pounded .. In
p Maid ale to be at private sale! and of' generalcirculation, I 1 ,

+,e ,i r f l ,. _s a 4 9 ., we, +, based.,This upon March application. 8th.. un.on,: file. County"A" JTHOMAS.Clerk the Florlda"let'II.1' of-Marbhr Circuit t 45. ".'.. .-.. just like, mother.:,

t-t 4t (-30 Quarldlan.IK I Court Bradford,County Florida" wed to make"LAPPE
... (SEAL) Vlne.Vllle. I ", T ( Rre,
tor ( -- I Joe, a Jenklna. g rort
:\ CIRCUIT COI-HT. BRADFORDOUNTY ida. ;Attorney tot Plaintiff.. ,
itl ( FLORIDA' ,. "IN CHAN-. 8-t t,3:8c, < ", ' .
CoRY <- "...:;-

Stephen Clarence! Foster Formerly. _ N. 0'"* 147 U ,
known a Clarence Elmer'Foeterand
tJ Notice 1. hereby given that. Edna
;: Stephen. Elmer Fouler, Plain-
tu'iYouryPrescriptionDrug'Store'' :"f tiff. v*.' Josephine Moravu 'Foster, I Peel, convicted Circuit .Court of of Bradford ,
i the
.. nd.nt. Cave No. 86S1. the 14th dayof

"5 ; Phone 64' <|' Onv The Minute.Service '. Starke_ OHDrJK AND'!:NOTimTO OF PITBLICATION- APPEAR ,i County January.Pardon Florida 944. Board;-will on apply of the to Stateof the i iI Time To'Get Ready for Spring Planting

rye:>irC',4 s Near To You ,As ..Your'TelephoneFLORIDA Josephine STATIC Moravu'FLORIDA Foster to: Mr 8S1W..hln.ton !. !I State may Florida be heard aa soon within.a her thirty Petition((10) .f? WE CARRY A COMPLETE' LINE OP GARDEN & .

. '1 New York. Avenue' r' 0 n.a 56 i days after the date of this notice FLOWER SEED

4'i You are required to appear on and request clemency.Florida. this.
April 9. 145. In the above nam..dCourt i DATED at
A. D., 4
the 2nd., day -of February
1 and cause, wherein plaintiff I
Heks divorce. Bradford County SEE US FOR BABY' CHICKS
Telegraph tihall. publish this OrderIn dr
THEATRE next four weekly Issues.Witness .

STARKE Heal. at Starke my Florida hand and this official March. EVERY BRANCH OF SSISTRUNK FEED & 'SEED STORE ;
0, 1945.
All Clerk of said\ Court.
MONDAYMARCH Walter C. Hardenty, Daytona Beach.
: SUNDAY. 11, 12 Fla., Atty. for Plf. 8.9 4t 3.30 9.n6uranCeH.
; 1. -... YA iv riHci'ir COl'II. iut.\i>F(>ni> ,-
i; .I ... Fl.OlllUtl -

{ A, .TriEyRF OuT -- Lilac Morris Anderson, Plaintiff UNRATIONED V AILABLEVOW{ !
qN $ uvU,4 vs. Samuel. C. Anderson, Defendant.Case .

g. Samuel; C. Anderson 34124640, 113
t Kepi. Fin.. 559 Rep. Co. A.P.O. Tftl- Xgency ROCKW1OOL-! CRUSHED STONE
evGr.-- R.' %" Postmaster New. York, New ; WINbOWS GRAVEL,*" I
a "ye., ,V/o\.f. You are required to appear on DOORS SAND

\\1 April 9, 1>4S, In the above nnmvdCttiirt Constant ervlce Over 50 Years SCREEN .DOORS CELOSIDINQ; k
and cause, wherein plaintiff ; '. "
seeks divorce. Bradford

"to U 5 5I Teletrrnph next four shall. weekly publish IHSIK-H.. this OrderIn Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED Glass. Cut to Order ,-:r. Lucas,. Paints.

III ""I" .r "'ro >fi>=? J seal Witness af Starke my, -Florida hand and,this official March' ...... .... _,_.__ . .. _' '''TT' CABINET & 2IIILLJVORKK' ; "
, 5, I94H.
-" *- A p
/llleJlC: (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, -
1' fad dea57 rtfff.UMPf se. Ait Clerk l nf said Court.
} IT trS''*' '1.. Frank I.andrumStarke. Florida, ) ADS .' ANNIS BUILDING SUPPLIES ;.
Atty.. for 1>lf. 84t 8.80 :

e r t ftr I.M: ftHCI'IT rnt'UT. IIH\I FOHI>
,, > S ,. roTNTV, F..OltlUAI IN CHAN FOR BALE-Income property Itt> ,,'WANTED--Nice 2-room apartment, Depot &. Pleasant_ Sis., Phone 1325,; Gainesville,. Fla j
rinse' In. Permanently her e.
|iWIU1AM CKHV. 3 mt. below Keystone on
M&e acres
T" >: { Elizabeth B. Byrd plaintiff vs. ltd. SO; 2 cottage and 1 cabin IIlghent referencea. P. O. Box
Hlrt C, Byrd Defendant. Case No -some fruit trees. modern i (33 phone Starke S. ttp
3643. electric water iiyii-
ience, pump
ORDER 01"PUBLICATION drainage some furniture.Suitable Io'UUND.Hrlndl.brown dog,. reemblea -
AND NOTICE'TO APPKAR'8TATH fortrailer park.. Bale I terrier., >cottl Ir.... H., and E. Tucker wire. haired Had You Given A Thought a
01"' FLORIDA' to: Pfc. by owner on premlne*.-Mrs. F. 'phone , ',
"Irt.C. Byrd. S4911153, whose. re..ldence l- 'E., Healy.-Gen.CDeI.. ( Melrose, Fla.FOR 15H-J Stark. It a
and address. I* Company A, IIp
4th 'Realment'Indian tow n Oap J'- },DST-A Large lIol"leln", cow ]n.( To The Convenience'-of Having' f
Military. Heservatloni Penney Ivan Ia. : WALK -4AUi:.uUve. t-r..m' dehorned.. ; H. Newaome, Rte.
You are required 'to' appear on ''bunicalow- In fine condition in excellent 2. Box 899, Starker. 3-9 Stp
t April 9, 1945, n'the above names neighborhood. tWill! ,.....11on'
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff term.-Mrs.' Hlldabelle l!. .SPENCER SUPPORTS Individually ;
'' designed. Mr..*Bert ha Pearce." l.8 0 NES.rOP.S. VICE
divorce and restoration of 'previous Wilson. IIP W. MadUen. Itp < ;; : $
Wellt .
name.Bradford' County Telegraph. M."I.on SAL :7-2 -4tFOR.SALUrNaw. "f; ; ..are .
t3)u. hall publish this Order- In next MATTRESSES ot all kind renovated ' '
Rs r ' $ .
f i'
/ four''weekly Issue t : furniture upholatered and 8ant Modern.'B room V .f. ;i.- -If'II ..... t
,, house > Fe Lake I'
on ContactC.
1 seal Witness at .8tarke'Fierda. my hand] and tni1 official MarchT HASTINGS reflntined. }MATTRESS Drop ua CO.a .card.Box: ,, E. Clem' Galneavllle..$ Fla. 1-1 :".,: |;Fdi-tau1,. ., : ;drjj. & DryiCleariirigThe : ,

sue / 1941.: ,' > - SEuIAH 8ONDi dA E? tY' iRAVERS I o.s id law, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, : ; .... . )
Aa Clerk af salt Court. FOR SALE:-Tomato, pepper FOR SALE-tJ..4;.traleI'.1118Jltt;'. ; "ff'1! 1 ..
PRINCE. ANDREA KINO DEIMER DAVES llarrell A Mcrauley, 'FloridaNa- PLANTS, .w. plant, cabbage. lettuce i''. quire at Stark Amu. menU Jb* !ilt j. . ...,. '.. .'. ,,. ,;, t ''''' .'' :.,,4'.. ,,

far w...$., b J1,.. e.rn, 4 s.r. 0e.., O ..t Wee we,.. tional Dank .BldpJacksonvill., I broonoll.. nnl "t .t ,' t
FI rld" Atty.tar I'lf. :a-I.4t 3-30 W. Belt tk4'Monroe. Flfc II:" : )J, .. "J.t". "''',. '
,. ,. ,. < I FOR SALE-S good mule .at my : '
61. or" v ly'nncriT COVRT BR..O..OIII FOR SALE-Tomato' plant' -Mar- farm Hellbronn Spring.' J." '.*.$sTha 'I; IWit at. Sfiirke: 'bry
roi'NTY FLOH1I>A| IN CIIANCKHV. -, globe. and Rut"er*. ready now. Btarke. 1-2 Up .
: Tue:.u: Wed.:* Thur. --:-,:March/13,14,.15, I Rains. Poultry Farm, located* on ';. '>. , 'Cleaners. '& Lath:: dry-'
Ruth Mitchell Ho"Pkt'u. Plaintiff old Thoma* place IK mllea out 1..081'--1 cow, one white, branded '
'wr . v.... Steven W. Hopkins} .. Defendant. on ,pld'CampBlandta' road. Q. I.,". one red speckled branded ; Offer You" IQt
"o! 'f :> .
NATIONAL BARN DANCE Case. No. :1U4O.ORDER ;: ,J-J3 NpMENw09.N L.. N. supposed to be freih. Re- ,
OF. PUBLICATIONANI ward. Frailer Shaw. ., Stark., Fla. '. ? ,,..... .. \ ,\
) NOTICB': T<> APPEAR a.", alp
Qt SO TO fiftSupplement
W. Hopkins whose. addre. la General 'pre*.nt Income! afternoon FOR S-'L.J-Itutll'er;: Tomato planta,
l ,' and ''evenlnv >i< op; evening IS per U.<)un". Plant
ROBERT / Delivery Flint.t Mlchlcan. Southern .
v.# BENCHLEY. > You are required to appear on only III'. up plu..>carfarea. interesting Farm Arcadia, Fla. S-l ttp Most, of. The Time :The Quality! of t''
April I 9. 1(45, In the above named part-time inspection work : J
Court:; and cause; wherein plaintiff local area. ; national or.anlaatlon: FOR SALE-Ix>. house and >fUacrea ""> .Each of TheseServices 'Is Satisfactory
canvaln Write of land SOO ,
no aelllna or ft on Little J". -
. .. : giving' background; day. and hour Lake Santa Fe. F. W. Holly Some of The.Time'At Least One '
... . available. Interview arrann"d. Box 71* Barnett Building.. Jacksonville .
FLOOR Number BW. (II % The Journal j.j jt l
of The
Services la'Salslactory. y.In y.
FOR SALE LUtiT-Llgbt lemon-colored b u t t-
: FINISHING From my place Monday headed eow. No mark or brand.
.. ', ... a Jereey milk eow. Marked Notify U B.. Scogrlna. Rte. J, Times Like These Don't You
TOP and branded LB. Notify I. ,Box 323 Starke. I.' It
LOCAL REFERENCES F. Blaokburn.eRte. 2. Box .t .C. Think An Even 50 Percent
Starke. '.1 2HPLANTS.Hee FOR BALK! .- Jersey milk cow;' pr
r? .A Real Investment Starke ..nU.. Mar be eeen late In aft- A Pretty Good 'Average?'
t ...... .' "....... : ,FLOORS CLEANED: Lacy Simmons for eraoon.BX<< Ktnedy. Keystone ...
s AND WAXEDC. Rutger tomato plant At Mr. .Heights. Fla. a.a tip '. *
...."oil ......, Bronke'a farm. Itp -' o' 'f-sr'
FUR RJNTJne! << furnished bedroom -
8IXI ROOMS AN TH A. WANTED-Someone to dine 4 acre. with kitchen prlyll...., and
.JM. POWELL of plowed ground Immediately.Mr private e n t r ance. Mr. Phil 'You Don't HaveTo
TeleptioiM .. Ruth Roil, Hie. 1. Box: '1 U. Roberta, Lake Butler Fla. '.1 It Have Points

NEW1 NEW: .,; Y'tLA.JU 111S-J or Write Stark. Itp LOST-Ladt. blue Kveraharp fountain And There I* No Bloc* Market

!'" 'LOT- OF GROUND Rt. 2, Bolt &$. Oalneavtlle FOR BALE-Oe trade 70 acre farm pen. ''Mre. Bertha Pearce.. If
.,1)- iiH I .t. found please ..rat'to t'.. "t "
nicely divided, pasturewood and ret newspaper : ctu Rf t f.f,
; .... CAN' RE.'n"' TIIBEJ: t.'; i cultivated, land with farm house office. ,' .".t itpVENETIAN fl (

'. .\: .. ,,.,rn. . . ... ....t... ,. ".,'. 1 and two- cabin now rented. Farm ordTi; .
Be BLINDS made to -
la on Rlandlns highway. 1 milesfrom
j. >IiOR: $ VICB: : 1 QuickTo TreatBronchitis ; Pate Oaaeett Starke. Fla. > : tan
$ v )15 MQNJH StarkMr*. L. M./Clark lItp Nojrmally'You Get Three-Day
4 W i . .,I .R ;i Brookslde' Farm -*
b OWNER OUT OF TOWN. '- FOR.plant SALE, a.-mile ISO yard north'tobacco of New :**, Service On Dry Cleaning And Four- e

"' >:.. .,'e ANXIOUS 'TO SKU :V .: WANTED Hmall piano TO-BUT In usable OR RENT condition._ River. O. B. Moody a.1 jtp Days .On Bundle ,Laundry" Family

,.,.. I Write boa i sal .or apply- 110 N. FOR. SALE-One No. 9 McCormlok-(
,, 4.',. NOW YCANT-MovE'*IN :. Chronic btoncMtle may develop! If "' Church St. .tf >on.taket mawlna- machine., and Bundles Require One'Week. ite
OOUCh.cb .
hWe atedro and acute bl'ODatford also one I b.p.. Fair,
.' I*not o bank. Morse Kerosene or..Oa.oII. e"
ANYTIME. PRICE ONLY t0 tam a ChanOe wf hell y mtdl01115 30 ROOMS ... engine and one 4SO gallon .
V --mn- leas potent than CZ'eomulaton Cyprus water taMk. W. P. Jone.'
's.l! ooo0 TKKMS: which Dairy. U mile .treat ,of State ,
CAN( BK goes Iight to the the
fi'-- it. bden phlegm d-'f ALL .FURNISHED, Farmer. Market; a.I/ ftp .,, We, Also Have. : 'tck'Up.& Delivery s

P1. ARR\NOfiD 'I and aid nature two ,i WANTED-ireauty operator, apply .- .. Service. .
' ) .
: k JI t' .''' Soothe bronchial and heal raw tender. anied BOOK A ROOM AHEAD hospital beauty ,'hop.. A.RFvRel- it
mucous tonal Hospital'B.I4
} ; membranes. or phone .
Cnomullllon' blends beechwood FOR YOUR WIFE niandlna 949. J Irene Bennett %" ,
creosote byspectal processwlth other P.O.. A.S.1. R... Hoep. Camp

WTQLUTE. : REALTOR '.. .time It contains tested matter no medicines how narcottca.No mltQY!: .for JgSp medicines coughs .Gas Heat. ,;..Each'ROOIALARKY1iPLAGE WANTED door Rlandlng Ford! .TO or BUT Chevrolet-Tudor or sedan four It STARKE DRY "CLEANERS;

::11, .. you have tried tel7poijTdrugglat to '' "}ut* be> In '..ood condition. Mrs '

119 EAST CALL STREET STARKE cU a bottle of you must muletonwjUp like the li'lttoP.W.' ifJund r* at Lelu' dress It PI5Psm and LAUNDRY TAFL

I we.m1.I.I.1fRLSa., theor w.OT i KINGSLEY LAKE FOR SAL"--DI..rd.d bus body'fchool OGC

bare your money ba&, (/dv!> 1000 Feet From B Gate : Bo.rd. Btarke. ''Fla.
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