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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: December 14, 1945
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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gLCT.IG11T STARKE.: FLORIDAKIUDAY: DECEMBER 14. 1945 N MB Ii'E1 rr ,

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[At Blanding Separation Center Where will they be this Christmas? I Three Civic Groups Offer Prizes



To Slow Down Discharge Rate i In Annual Xmas Tree ContestUnder

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which broke out In the- I alv. sponsorship of the-- 5&W,

examination Blandlng building Separation at I Ip \Junior HostessesTo I II Woman's Christmas Club, Tree the annual contest outdoor will- Many ,Contribute '

? morning de- Attend Navy be resumed this year after being To Merry Xmas ,r
ft quantity of technical given up for the duration of the
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Dance December PatientsUnder "
15 For
Hospital &
nt; but Lt. Col. Wi, .A. I I .a,
of f fcer of war.Three local the
executive organization,
era' The Starke USO Is cooperatingwith the direction of Mrs.
e nact) enter, stated that Navy officials by sending a Woman's Club the Rotary Club, Barbara Breaseale chairman of

us of separating: men bus load of junior hostesses to a k:1:: ;: and the American Legion will the Red Cross Camp & Hospital
would suffer no ; contribute toward a fund for the
service I I yt
f lathe Navy dance a t Green Cove Committee, local o r g a nlxatlona
Hospital I of .
Regional awarding prizes.All
The Springs on Saturday evening Dec. t and individual are cooperaUng a ,
examination of sep- '15. This event will take place in Y 'w ,' a townspeople are\ urged to to make the Christmas season a ,
during the emergency will so the hangar 'at Lee Field, the oc .4 'y a aP; enter the contest and decorate an happier one for patients at Camp ;

any men as possible casion being the' taking over of outdoor tree this year. The entries Blandlng1 regional hospital.

Khargert to reach their 500 the Auxiliary NAS by the Fleet will be judged Christmas The Jon.ea-L.an gford-Whlte ,' '

Christmas. Nearly Berthing Project. !I Eve night American Legion Post Is contrib-

lay are being handled by 'A ,bus will call for the girls at Although there Is still a short- uting 80 pounds of pecans. e'rrs

.er. the USO at .7 o'clock. I I age of lights and other decorationsIt The Woman's Club of Starke Is MIW
speed and efficiency oft was decided that a special ef-
.
Plans are under for for- furnishing a crate of apples.Members Y
t e n t way a .
( fire depa r m I fort would be made to have the
mal Christmas dance of the
at the USO Presbyterian
the blaze under control trees this year since many service f '"
club here Dec. 22. Baptist and Episcopal women's ;;,
to on Saturday, ,
rented its spread nea.rbyMuch men will be home for the first
equipment and Boys of the Army and Navy will :' 'i jTkl?J i nr time since the' war and the town auxiliaries and Individuals are do'j

f i records were saved, but be honor guests, and all girls $ ..ry should be made as attractive as nating ,30 pounds of homemade
not home from college for the holiday 4hiA. .A= candy. r,ak ,
)qulpment that ,could ; P? . possible. a
iwas lost. season are invited to attend .'> School children are contributing
as well as the regular Junior 10 boxes of Icicles, :2 packages of day 'l
Large Group
hostesses. crepe paper, :230 package of ,
fans Aid Shopping Service I Of Parents Attend Christmas seals and gift cards, '
I and 12 stars for the of trees.
Projects top
hy The Christmas spirit is alreadyIn Meeting At USO k
,
The Junior Red Cross will furnish
full swing at the club, wherea I at '
Ltary 4 of and several '
held Its strings lights
Club reg-
beautifully decorated booth Invites A large group ,of Interested
heon meeting Wednesday service men and women to I parents attended a citizen meeting i pounds of nuts.

[y Inn because of the InLf wrap their Christmas packages sponsored by the 1'aront- The Rotary Club'of Starke Is

f Mrs AV.. Anderson, free of cha rge. The staff takes I Teachers Association I in the USO providing $3 worth of recorded
tar caterer to prepare the on all requests for shopping for |I There soldiers will be right in the hospital. buy Victory Bonds, won't you? > Club wing last Friday night Christmas music. ''

In the usual meeting the boys who cannot find time to | A panel discussion on the need Mr. Edward Burns executive
Methodist) Recreationub I And that's where they'll be for many For Victory Bonds help care for our 1' t
e of the Bradford County
leave camp. for a supervised program of activities secretary
Dormitory OfferedOn I tedious, trying months to come wounded soldiers. for young people was conducted Red Cross Chapter, states that 'rr

T went on record of as.JackI en-- Saturday nights the USO Stop and think of these boys once in a And Bond will help them enjoy next by the Rev. Grover Alison many Items were requested, such '
Ken Guernsey as glaaa Chrkttmas tree ornaments 14'/
with Foster Shi Smith, principalof
I president of Rotary sets lent up GIs cots and for sailors the many who trans-are while. this Chr'stmas. If you! .do, j. '11" Christmas the way,you'll enjoy.thia one BHS and Mrs Elizabeth: Hor that unobtainable.\ She

mal. His name Is also Is well pleased, however, with the
stranded for the night. ,I iJ. nick, director of the USO par
ed I in nomination by the ticipating. Following this discussion response that ,has been made by

{district We club and other clubs: Mrs. Veteran's Elizabeth Problem Hornlck director Bradford County's Victory: Loan; Quota Is $178,000To with questions an open and forum suggestionsfrom was held organizations and Individuals. .

1 of thee Is attending each Tuesday in
Dupre, chairman the audience. Veterans ,Offered'Surplus
Committee, gave a brief Jacksonville, a course given by a <..'It being the regular night for'
Veteran's Advisory Council on Date The Total Stands At $84,300.00 Jeeps
(of an article on common concerning the adjust the high school student,, the .
hlch In the curL problems
( >appears their
folk danced while "
of the Rotarlarw Jos. ment of veterans to civilian life. young 'Southern, vUran of World

li read an Interesting arthe You Can',Help: 'By: Buying' Anothfr: ;?Bond Before December 31 parents Inspected'the:"'> facilities andadvantages War II, who. have been certified k
. of .t r'1l "buddingI by the,Smaller War.Platte. Ccvporatldn.'wIirrOTtJd :
monthwere ? "
gyernor' t''t' ."
i. .George Inman-Home: *"*. t & ..n.* *.'Ak._' aYjniiniitiyxott, : "- ..oirt.. ..Mii-ojtrii-i'v'T. ..,. nrsrrk< wgive ?urhsi7khe pane ,:. ...sdoii W',: ; : lr share 'of 'T' 4

out and each With Discharge y' Smith stressed.t,1I.. .UMdVand pos .urphisTJeep* Jtfi : "l'e$ according -

asked passed to write down a; Victory i Bonds for Christmas sible use,of the ,building for ath- the Office'of to an announcement from ( ,
..--.. Surplus I Property .
to be s.
Bonds lectlo
for Victory ..tjeast and recreation purpose. lIe this week. r+' !
tore Dec. 31, which willed Dome
urged more parents to out
To obtain a Jeep, the veteran
In the
county'a
quota. and take part In the young pea I residing 'in Florida will send his b''
k* totaling 18,105.00 were Funeral Today List of MenRecently
ples' affairs. request to the Regional Office,

For Mrs. SmithMrs. Physical ExamsAt DischargedThe Mrs. Hornlck gave details about 105 Pryor St., N. E Atlanta, Ga.,
were drawn for the School TodayDr. the availability of the USO facilities : with his certification given by the
nnual Christmas party ; Georgia L. Smith, wife following men'have recently to civilian while the i Smaller War Plants Corporation. }"
groups
111 be held at the regular fr. ; of Leonard F. Smith, Sr., died at J. C. Miller of the Bradford received honorable discharges staff and personnel are still on I These requests must be mailed not "

n meeting next Wednes- her home here Tuesday evening. County Health Unit will be from the armed services: hand during this 'period of low later than midnight, Dec. 17.- 1D43.
t
expensive gifts will be ex- .. She returned home in August at the school<< house today (Friday R. A. Norman, S 1-c Oct. 23 military activity. When all requests have been received -

accompanied the by original l from several months in Riverside ) to ,give physical examination Pvt. Clarence Starling Oct. 31 Mrs. Junlus M. Smith PTA In the Regional Office, 'a
concerning ones re-
in Jacksonville. She wasbor. t
Hoapital to of the fleet two
the gifts " pupils Air Cadet George ti. Flynn, Jr membership chairman, presidedover list of, requests will be forwardedto '
1894 in
11, Amboy,
Sept. grade Parent have been notified -
Nov. 3 the and
meeting of the.Board ofnit ,.. ;. Tn"!.', and had been a resident of and Baked to attend since meeting urged more the Central Office h. Washington
was decided to . 22 Air Cadet James W. Patray, Jr,, parents to become members of the where
give Starke for years. much of the effectiveness of the Nov. 3Jordan PTA so that they might assist In an allotment will be
nl a fund to be used as She was a member of the Meth- examination Is lost If parents developing the made to veterans on a nation-
In the annual Lee Brantley, Coxswain young peoples' pro wide basis. ..,
outdoor odist Church and services will be are not present for consultation. gram of activities.Methodist .
M tree contest It wa held there this afternoon (Friday) Nov. ISFrank Prices on the jeep will be; for '

td to give $3 for theRedbe .,. at 3 p. m., with the Rev. W. J. . Jackson, T-8, Nov 10 1943, 1044 and 1945 models, $782;

used for the purchase \ Churchwell In charge. Arrangements New Officers Islah Wilson, Pfc. Nov. 11 ChurchThe 1942 models, J695 and 1941 ''

!taaa carol phonographfor are under the direction of Mack L. Ortffls. Pfc., Nov 12 special feature of the Sun- models, $098. 'These prices. ,are
the hospital at Campat .[ DeWitt C. Jones and the body Elected by MasonsThe based on vehicles In good mechanical
I Joseph Lee Simmons MM 3-c, day evenlna.ervlc.. In the Methodist "'
state at the church condition and
will lie In deductions
Church at 7:30
annual election of officerswas Nov. 12William : o'clock will
this until time for the will be made for '
meeting IncludedlimaI' from 2 p. m. replacement of
A familiar voice was heard held Monday night by the D. Hazen, T-Sgt., Nov be a presentation of "Even Unto missing labor
part or
service, requiredto
DeWitt C.
Jones, Masonic No. 35 F. 15 Bethlehem" by Van Dyke. Mrs.
Street this week as local Lodge '
cher Burnett all members along Call Surv'ving are her parents, W. W. H. Nollraan, who la presentingthis make repairs. Every effort
Inman was greeting A. M. and installation ceremonieswill Ransom A. Allen Pfc. Nov 15 $
George H. Little Indiana her will be made to supply tf-i vshlcle
Gainesville\ club, H. I* dismissed O. and Viertha ; be held Thursday night Dec. feature, taught dramatics and I. '}
m the Rev.. L. A. Shep- old friends Naval after being Service at the I husband, Leonard F Smith, Sr.; 27, which is the regular date for Clyde B. Rowe, .Painter 2-c, piano In the high school here at I from the. point nearest the purchaser '
.
the
' the from sots, William C.. Thomas L. Nov. 19Carl
State Farm, and Station on 'I three the St. John service. one time and' was also connected
)
Air
J Harvey Jacksonville Naval and Leonard F. Smith, Jr., all of that'there A. Johnson, Pfc., Nov 19 with the Radcliff Chatauqua for Smaller War Plant Corporation
will
December 7. : Starke, three brothers, MeredithD. It was decided Pete Dyal, Pfc., Nov 19 a number of years. Mrs. A. Z. Certifications, sent by veterans
'd Conference Inman, a former Bradford Little, Hope Ind., Adrlen O. be no meeting on Monday, Dec. Armond Morris Thomas, S 1-c, Adklns will sing "O Holy Night", .who are not successful In obtain-
County legislator, entered service Little, Huntington, Ind., and Cecil 24, as this meeting falls on Nov. 19Olen and there will be congregational ing jeeps will be returned, and J

1 Agent L. with the Seabees 27 months ago ; C. Little, Marion Ind., and two Christmas EverFollowing L. Bedenbaugh. Sgt., Nov. singing of Christmas carols. successful purchasers will be asked -
T. Dyer and later transferring to the regular sisters. Mrs. Jessie' Eppley La- la the slate of officers 20 to remit by check or postal ?'
t. Mrs. j. ; The people will meet at
C. young
Sapp, at- he had a rating as and .Mrs. Geraldine elected for the ensuing year: order.. t
w Agricultural conservawence Navy where Fountain Ind., Douglas P. Hardy, Pfc.. Nov. 20 6:19: for recreation and at 6:30: money t
of Chief Petty Officer at the time Bowman Wabash Ind. Lacy Conway, W. M Harold E. Rhoden, A-S, Nov. a snack lunch will be served. A
Uve assistants county agents and, of his discharge. On V-J Day Active pallbearer will be R. J. T. B. Harding, S. .W. very Interesting program has Holiday ClosingA
the
20Harry
men from 20 1 central Inman waa serving aboard Davis S. A. Weldon, W. L. Blair C.'E. Hernwall J. W. Young CpL. Nov. 20 been arranged and all young people -
Counties in Gainesville TJSS New Jersey,-battleship of the Sanford Ritch G. S. Newcomb, J. A. Tucker, Secretary. Billy, S. Overstreet, Pfc., Nov are urged to be present. The group of business houses. Including '

and
State director for theft Japan. He saw action In the Iwo L.Dunhimer, S. D. Henry P. McKelvey, Cpl. Nov. well, announce that he will use stores, together with several other l
Okinawa and Philippines S. I. Peek, J. D. types of businesses announced
* and marketttng: ad- JIma Mrs Perryman 22 as the base of his sermon The yea- t
Ua called the Liberation campaigns. : B. D. Moore S. S. Joseph T. Kirkland. Jr., Sgt., Grace of Meditation." erday that they will remain open h
tails of meeting to Asked )If he would again enter Hostess To UDCMrs. J. H. Field J. S. Nov. 21Edison all day Thursday t>ec. 19 and remain + ,
the each
1948 Prayer Meeting Wednesday
rorrarn.6an conserChurch politics. Inman hinted that he P. M. Barefoot Tyler.T. W. Cunningham, T-5 at 7:80: o'clock. closed all day Monday and
night
might be Induced to at some E. K. Perryman was hostess L. Saunders, Chaplain.R. Nov 24Isadore Tuesday. Dec. 31 and Jan. 1. The
future date, but has no definite last Wednesday afternoon O. Kidd. Marshal. R. Gllson, T.', Nov. 25 The choir Is now practicing at double holiday at the beginning of
plans at the present He brought 1 when she entertained members of David 1.. Shuford. T-4 Nov. 28Talmadge 8 p. m., on Wednesday and all the year will enable them to have'

t of home an Interesting collection of the W. T Weeks Chapter, U.D.C.at Church of ,Christ C. Kelley, Cpl., Nov singers who are Interested In ample time for taking Inventory,
the 11 a. m. morning Japanese swords and other equip- her home on Madison Ave. 30' helping with the Christmas music It was *ald.Woman's.

next service\ at the Christian ment which he will exhibit to his The Christmas motif was car- A cordial welcome Is extendedto James B. Shield, T-4, Nov. 80 will be welcome.

ott _Sunday will be, "The friends. ried out In decorating the rooms everyone to attend the servicesof John C. Willis, Sgt.. Dec. 1 Council t
Be Prepared." Topic of the Perryman home. the Church of Christ ned Resale B. Anderson, Pfc., .Dec. Jesse ConeJesse

be enlng, service at 7:30: p. I Births The meeting was conducted by I Lord's day. Services at the regular 1 Met Thursday "
"Bondage." Bible Recent .Middle I Cone, 61, native of .
Miss Madge Wilson O. Lee, S-Sgt., Dec. 1
IJU! the president. except that the even- '
hours
meet at 10 a. m.and and the budget for 1W6 was Lewis Brosky, Pfc.. Dec. 2 Starke, died Sunday morning at The Woman's Council of the a '
k t Endeavor at 7 pJ 'm. JACKSON and BABY Mrs.' Robert C. Jack- ton read, and approved by the group.' ing service will be at 7 o'clock. James C. Pringle Pfc. Dec. 4 his home near Baldwin and funeral Flrat Christian Church held Its .

prayer service' Wednes- S-Sgt. Heights announcethe .Mrs. Barbara Breazeald Mn. Subject of the morning sermon:: Willie A. Paul. Pfc. Dec. S services were held Tuesday monthly business meeting Thursday -

7,30 p. In. Rev. W. G. son of Keystone of son on Tuesday.Dec. Arch Thomas and Mrs. Richard "Rebuilding the Walls of Zion." I Harold A. Johnson, Rdm. 2-c, afternoon at4 o'clock In Brandy of last week.
'Of birth a
Keystone Heights pas. the Alachua County Kldd were welcomed Into the organization Evening subject: "Salvation by the 'Dec. 3Resaie Branch Baptist Church with the The president, Mr. Lester Kite, i. r '
4 in Gainesville. The baby as new members.The Grace of God." Our plea Is for a A. Colson Cpl., Dec. 4 Rev- A. L. Fewox officiating He presided and the devotional was.'

Hospital of )Irs. Carl Jackson highlight of the afternoon return to New Testament Chris Willie Donley, Pfc., Dec. :5 wa a brother of George Cone and given by Mr. Louise Newman,

Closed i U a of grandson Starke. Sgt.: Jackson I Is on was the report of Mrs. L. A. Davis tianity.-W. Herron, minister. Willard Lumpkin' Pfc., Dec. 6 Robert Cone of Starke. who also gave an Interesting talk

I 'from Japan after the recent .TJ.D.C. Conventionheld Henry B. Hlnson Cpl., Dec. 8 on' "Great Commissions." The
Fine Food, popular I several his way months home of service over- on in Houston Texas. In her Visits RelativesD. Rudolph C. Howard. Pfc., Dec 81 WSCS To MeetThe usual business items were discussed P

t restaurant will be i report Mrs. Davis also told of James Flowers, T-4, Dec. 8 and taken care of. The group t,$
during the holiday Frank eas. the outstanding work that Florida H. Morgan of Tampa Is visiting Ben :J. Faulkner, T-5, Dec. 9 Woman's Society of Christian decided to raise more funds before 1t ,

foD Proprietor will vacation MARTHA JANE PIULLIPS has done. his nephew and niece! Mr. and Capt.. Lloyd H. Jennings, March, : Service will meet Monday doing any more repair work. ,

rk, Ha plans to reopen Mr. and Mrs. Simeon D. Phillipsof During the social hour Mrs. Mrs. J. W. Pooser of the Star 1946. afternoon Dec. 17 at 3:30: o'clockIn The next meeting will be the ,
ilry_ Maxville announce the birth of' assisted by Miss Mid- Store Mr. Morgan Is a 'retired the Methodist Church. This Is social meet and will'' be held 8 :I

a daughter. Martha Jane, on Fri- Perryman served delicious refreshment postmaster from River Junction.He JOIN THE CHAMBER OF the business and program meet Thursday evening. Dec. 20 'with l;' t

ft ARE NEEDED in the day. Dec. 7. Mrs Phillips! b at dleton, of sandwiches, cookies and say that he like Starke and COMMERCE and help build and Circle Two will be In chargeof Mr*. Eunice Wilson. All members

tit Ar F COJUIERCE. the home of her parents Mr. and hot tea. intends to visit here often. Starke. the program. are.urged to attend. Y YF.'y

Mrs. P. M. Barefoot.

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.ana..r.n.. BRADFORD COUNTY 8TAKKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY
_________ __ TZ-UCGRAPH. DEC'E.\IBrR: _
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I. seeks divorce Bradford IN: cincvir coCUT. BRADFORD I'IIN! ('
plaintiff
County HomeownersExpected !!'ronl[. New 41BO York.FauldlnK Avenue County Telegraph shall publish COUNTY FLORIDA IN CIIAN.CERT. VNTVIT t'OrgT
THE BRADFORD TELEGRAPH I
COUNTY four weekly "LOIUU'\I lIilbl) ,
I 0. 4 You are required to appear on this Order In next CElt Y. '
i ,,4 ; To Spend January. 11, ......., In t..><" "' "" Issues.Witness. Manuel Tavares, Plaintiff, vs. Barbara Elmer PYlell ..
named Court and cause, wherein my band and official Tavares, Defendant Case No. .2ereette Pyles, Plain'll' .,
\\ '. BnUMlBhed 1811 $296,000 On RepairsMore plaintiff seeks divorce and custody seal at Starke. Florida, this December 4135. DefendefL II
end control of mlnClr -child. Bradford 12, 194C. OF PUBLICATION Caoi.
',\, : al E. !_ Matthew __________ Editor and Owner County Telegraph shall pub- (OFFICIAL SEAL! ) A. J. Thomas, AND ORDER NOTICE] TO APPEAR Agarotte ORDER ND OF I>l'ILICAl'IOW(
than $296,000 U expectedto Ilsh this Order In next four weekly Aa Clerk of said Court. STATE: OF FLORIDA to: BarbaraTavares STATE NO 1CB J
' be spent during the next five Indue.. .ach H. Douglas ualnesvllle.4t Fla.1.4 whose residence and po.totflca PYln, q'LoRID.10'1
'i Pvbllshod and Entered Second ClaM Matterat Witness my hand and official Atty. for Plf. 12-14 address Is sR School Unknown '
Weekly on Friday. k*
r years by Bradford County homeowners real at Ktarke, Florida, this December Fall River Massachusetts. str.et'j I cell4...
the Pout Office at StarUe. Florida. on remodeling and repair It, IlIf5. IN CIRCUIT: COURT. BRADFORD You are required to I You are' required
.1. (OFFICIAL SISAL! ) A. J. Thomas. COUNTY! FLORIDA IN CHAN- January 14, 11146. 11t h. abovenamed ,' January 7. aU ,In to they
work. As Clerk of said Court. CKKY.Ovetta named Court .ii.
Court and causa, wherein '
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'ill I'1,' ) The year..-946 promises to Inaugurate T. Frank andrum, Starke, Florida Lee Davis. Plaintiff, plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Plaintiff seek. dvnf"UM.... &..
1 CaseNo. County
Atty. for Plf. 11-14 4t 1-4 Carlton Davis, Defendant. Telegraph 11"
Telegraph s h a 11 publishthis "'
;: It Seems That one of the greatest eras 42ST. County this Order In ball
; Order In next tour weekly: neat hbli
In American history for home repairs IV! CIHCriT COI'HT BRADFORD, ORDER OF PUBLICATION tcsueif. I..ue. four """
\\1 COUNTY. FLOniOAl (,'..AN-I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR hand and official Witness ,
according Witness my im
and
: If the' excellent turnout at the meeting held under modernization CKUY.Raffaell. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Carlton Ht..rkeFlorld.. .., this December seal at hand and ,f
seal at I
Is Company t1945 Florida tdtl
: to estimates released by the Romeo, Plaintiff vs. Dome- Davis, whose residence 11 11145.OFFICIAL I comber ,
;, the auspices of the Parent-Teachers Association in the Tile Council of America. nlca Frissonl Romeo, Defendant H:, 29 Infantry Regiment, APO 787. SEAL A J, Thomas, ( SEALI ;I
( Clerk
Case No. 4248.ORDER New York, N. Y. of J j'n0
;i 1:, USO last Friday night is any indication, parents in this Because of lack of materialsand OF PUBLICATION % You Postmaster.are required to appear on As Clerk of said Court.E. . Florida, A.If. .ald ourt

L. //rr 1i community are at last becoming fired with enthusiasm manpower during the war ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR January 14 1946, In t h, a wherein above Atty.. K. perrlman. Starke.1<1.14 4t 1.4 Aity.O.for Brown Plf., Stark., Worlj i j I
: STATE OF FLORIDA to: I>om named Court and cause K
., 11 i 1, .. and are ready to cooperate in a program designed to a majority of the county's 2,243 nlca Frlzsonl Romeo, whose address plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford 14 t
recreation for dwelling units are in need of some ,Is Isolato No. 2-Olosta No.5. County Telegraph .shall publish
provide wholesome our young people. I Town of Messina Providence ofMessina : this 'Order In next. tour weekly !
v The consensus of opinion is that unless some reactivation kind of repair or remodeling work. Country of Italy. Issues. Can Use More
Kitchen Improvements and mod- You are required to appear on Witness, my hand and official 44 ]
takes place at Blanding within a very short January 11, 1946, In the above seal at 8tark, Florida, this December n.PO
: w 1 ( e r time, the USO operation will pass out of the. picture ernization of bathrooms installation named Court and cause, wh<,*r..|n 12. 1845. WRITE TIMBER
J. Thomas,
plaintiff A.
of tiled showers and In some seeks divorce; Bradford (OFFICIAL SEAL: : ) ,
r ; here, leaving behind a building that could be put to County Telegraph shall l i publlnh As Clerk of aald Court.
'\ I community uses-notably of activities homes 'addition of a second bath this Order 1 n next four weekly Xach H. Douglas, Gainesville Fla. Container Corp'n. of America, Fernandina
many a nroBTam FIa.
1 "rl ''f top the naU() 's list of most want- Issues., ___ _u_ _., Atty. for Plf. 12-14 4t 1.4 .
tiH"? for our people. w II Oeea my n-na ana onifiaiseal -
young ed major Improvements. at Starke, Florida, this December IN CIRCUIT CO IT ItT. BRADFORD (t-- ..AI .... -.....- -. ... .w - ... -. .
; As is the case with any other project, there are Outside paint jobs are neededon 12 l 4bi COUNTY FLORIDA IN lIIANt : -
H1 I Y varied and difficult that must be solved in more than SO per cent of (.OFFIC1Ak. SEALA.) J. Thomas, : U Y. I '
c problems As f'Krk of said Court. Mary Theresa Washington Plaintiff Bring ye
;, ''t 'M1 a i this connection: who is to buy the building' (as required homes, and addition of rooms and T. Frank Landrum Starke Florida vs. Louis. Washington Jr., De FLO\W/ERS( )\ QB
qf Atty for Plf. 12-14 4t 1-4 fondant Caee No. 42.16.
construction of porches aleo rank CEER
i'' ) from the Government at a few cents on the OHDER OF PUBLICATION .
high in remodeling plans accord- IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
"'1 dollar; who will pay the operating costs of the building -
ing to the report. New roofingand COUNTY. FLORIDA| IN CHANIKIIY. STATE:: OF FLORIDA to: Louis
t (a considerable sum over the period of a year) ; I Washington, Jr., whose. residence. Cemetery Wreaths
heating plants are ,
requiredby Belle
Kllnger Person, Plaintiff v. Is Unknown.
and will it be'possible to employ a trained supervisor many dwellings. Simon Person Defendant. Case No. You are required to appear on
to plan and out a successful of athletics January 14 1946, In the above
carry program 4141.ORDER
a .Home owners In Florida will OF PUBLICATIONAND named Court and cause, wherein Center Pieces Door Wreathes
and recreation for the young people? These are problems spend an estimated $78,045,000 NOTICE) TO APPEAR plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford

g c r ; that will cause many a headache before they are and those of the nation more than Person STATE. whose OF FLORIDA residence to and: Simon ad- County this Order Telegraph{In next shall tour publish weekly I Artificial CorsagesYule

finally solved, but last Friday's meeting was a step in I $5,500,000,000 for major repairs dress. Is Avenue duPrado No. 237, Issues.Witness. .
the right direction and the P.T.A. can feel definitely alone In the next five years according -: Marseille You are, France. my band and official December 'Cut
this
'I IYw' I required to appear on seal at Utarke.. Florida, Logs Flowers
r ' I encouraged over the large number of parents who at- to Jordan. Ample funds January 11, 1946 In the above 12, 1945. Potted Plants
; at.low interest charge, are avail- named Court and cause, wherein (OFFICIAL bfcJAL: ) A. J. Thoma.,
,% plaintiff seeks annulment and restoration Aa Clerk of said Court.Zach .
ri Ir' l tended.The able for such work through com- of maiden name. Brad- H. Douglas, Ualnesvllle Fla. =
issues involved took on even greater importance mercial banks savings and loan ford County Telegraph shall pub- Atty. for Plf. 13.14 4t 1.4 W I.WDIGIiT, ... t L CQTJ) |
this week J. Edgar Hoover chief of the Federal huh this Order In next four weekly -
i as ,
.
r t1 ry associations, credit unions and Issues.Witness IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD
Bureau of Investigation proclaimed the laxity of parents mutual savings banks, the report my hand and ffl"'al COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN- Phone 102 !Starkg.__Fla.. 303 Clark SLONWAY'S

; a major factor in the rising tide of post-war crime said. seal at 12 Htarke, 1945., Florida. this December Robert CKRY.C. Bauer Plaintiff vs. Loretta -

4 among young people. Interviewed while on a vacation Aa fOFwrr-JAL Clerk of SRAL said Court.) A..3. Thomas, Bauer Defendant. Ca. No. ---

at Miami Beach, Mr. Hoover declared that "parental BIBLE SCHOOL T. Frank Landrum Starke. Florida 4231.ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
responsibility is no longer in style" with the result that Atty. for Pit. 12-14 4t ..4 NOTICE TO APPEAR
+ There were 65 children present STATE OF FLORIDA to: Loretta ,
"the delinquent youngsters of the war years are now this week at the Community Bible IN! C.RCVITi'RT.. BRADFORD Bauer, whose residence and
graduating; into the ranks of seasoned criminals." School held each Tuesday after- COUNTY: FLORIDA IN CHANCKRY. addresa la 147 Madison Avenue
Irvington New Jersey '
Mr. Hoover told newspapermen what most of them noon In the Methodist Recreation UJadya Floyd I. Hartung, Plaintiff v. You .are required to appear on C/ Service Station
Ilartung, Defendant. Case
"
January 14;? 1946, In the above
already knew-that hijacking kidnaping and other Building. Mrs W. :J. ChurchwellIs No. 424B.OIU named Court and cause, wherein
of violent crime teacher of the and Mrs. >I3R OF PUBLICATION plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
types
are already showing an alarming group AND NOTICE
:: TO APPEAR County: Telegraph shall publlllhthl. PHONE 147 RING 2 FOR SERVICEj
increase across the nation. "Firing has stopped on the R. A. Green Is pianist. All chil- STATE. OF FLORIDA to: Gladys Order in next four weekly

;' ,a t battlefronts but it is being resumed on the home- dren are invited to attend each dress Hartunsr Is 921, whose Dlnwlddle residence Street and, Portsmouth ad- Issues.Witness. my band and official

;; Iw r a front" he wryly commented.The week.IN You, are Virginia.required to appear on seal at 10 Starke, 1945. Florida., this December Oil Changing

F.BI.| chieftan who openly fears that the CIRCUIT COritT. HRA1>FOHICOI'IMTV. > January named Court 14. 1946. In the above (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.- 3.'Thomas.As Greasing
FLOIUUAl INCHAN: and cause wherein
Clerk of said Court.
United States is in for a sequel to the orgy of gangster- CM HY. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Wm. D. Morgan 6th Floor Clark

4' ; ism, rackets and murder that marked the roaring 20s", Cecil Harry Harris Kaplan Kaplan defendant., Plaintiff Case.".. County thin Order Telegraph In next'a hall four 1 publish weekly Building, Jacksonville, Florida, Waxing
Atty. for Plf. 12-14 4t 1.4
&r also condemned what he termed the "looseness" of No. _4244. __ _u__ __ _uu Issues.WltHAM. ., "S Washing
mv hon/f .nil rr.t.lseal
t>IU>KK KIT PUBLICATION
'"
dt 3 prison officials. ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR at Starke, Florida; this December I Polishing
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Harry 12, 1945.
li did, s "The abuses and maladministration of our penal Kaplan, whose residence and address (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Tire Repairs
y; system which releases murderers sex-crazed degener- I. ?8.3 West 31st Street As Clerk of said Court.
,
t Brooklyn, New York. T. Frank Landrum, Stark: Florida
: ates, outlaws and bandits on, parole or 0 n 'leave of? You are required to appear on Atty. for Plf. 12-14 4t, 1-4 HOWDY ARC
ELECTRIC
'.,','; ; ,,- absence' from our correctional institutions to commit named January Court 11, 1946 and, In caune the, wherein above IN! CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD WELDIN

: 4 i:; ; serious crimes against our citizens is constituting again, plaintiff seek divorce, restoration COUNTY. FLORIDA .IN CHANCFJIIY. -
i, of maiden name and custody of
', + ''a national disgrace. A large percentage ''of the tugJiveJbeing !- minor child. Bradford County Louis D. Berry Plaintiff ".. Heater AMOCO GAS

: 1' t'!' ., sought by law enforcement officers throughcountry Telegraph In next four shall weekly publish Issues.thin Order Berry ORDER, Defendant.OF PUBLICATION.Case No. 4229.. FOLKS ONE HOUR

4yR I? f. M' toat'the, have been the, recipientarpf ill-advised Witness my; hand and officialseal AND NOTICE""1'0 APPEAR OIL & GREASE
f cl T1enc he declared. at Starke, Florida, this December STATE OF FLORIDA to:; Hester
) 11. 1945. Berry, whose residence Is, Box: : 143 ,
r''r .,.rftf; again and again the need for greaterparent" (OFFICIAL SEAL:>: ''A'.'r.'l oma', Maryvllle, Tennessee - / Being the jMiOvorlzed dealer ,
r As Clerk of said Court., You are required to appear on Quaker State
' : a t responsibility, Mr. Hoover stated tthat 21 per-, T. Frank Landrum.Starke. Florida January 14, 1948,' .tn the abovenamed In Watkins Products I' 1
.' cent'of all major crimes committed Atty. for Pit. 12-14 4t, 1-4 Court and'"au.e. wherein ,
under
.i are by youths plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Oil
h ,' f 21"years of age; They include 15 percent of all mur.. IN. CIRCUIT COCRT. BRAOFOHn County Telegraph a hall publish shall gee a_11 y appreciate 1 ,
?' :" ' i COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANtBHV. this Order In next four weekly Sealed Containers
-
: ; ,
36 '
deters percent of all robbers 61 percent of all burglars Issues.Witness. your buMineoa. promise'
: + 34 percent of all arsonists, 62 percent of all automobile Anna Franollch. Plaintiff, ".. John my hand and off'-'M "
-
seal at Starke,
f Franollch/ Defendant.tCase( No Florida, this December
'' In return courteous and
thieves and 30 percent of all rapists. "More 4241. 12 194ft. RIDE

., s ; I boys and girls are arrested at the age of 17 than in ANI ORDER>> NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR As(OFFICIAL qierk of SEAL said Court.) A. J. Thomas, regular service. FLORIDA AUTO LITE .*

rya any other age group he declared. STATE} OF FLORIDA to: John Zarh It. Douglas", Gainesville, FI.... MOTOR 'LINES BATTERIES
Franollch ,t( Michael Atty. for Plf. 12-14
4t 1.4IN
Franollch.
4i *' If anything can shock the parents of America into Village of dvlo Nenadlch, Posta & GREYHOUND
eni
a militant action, surely the words of this who is (Post Office of) Mallnska Island of CIRCUIT BRADFORD
man Kok, Country of Yugro Slavla. COUNTY. FLOHIDAl IN CIIAN-
r BUSSESFor
+, 1y, no alarmist, no reformer should have the effect of arousing You are required to appear on CEBY. R. L. SANDERS
'; latent of January 11, 1946 In the above) Alean Moore, Plaintiff ".. Roy Lee Safety
a
i sense responsibility. named Court and cause, wherein Moore, Defendant. Case No. +338.
t ;t As Mr. Hoover would doubtless say parental responsibility and plaintiff control seeks of divorce minor child.and custody Brad ORDER AND NOTTCK OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR "The Watkins Man"I'll Comfort & Economy. '

tk r ; must once again come into style if we are ford County Telegraph shall pub STATE OF FLORIDA tot Roy Lee Phone 147
,n to hope to avert a crime wave that will be more terrifying lish Iecuee.Witneaa this Order In next. four Weekly Moore, whose, Maryvllle residence Tennessee.Is. 115' Cunningham See You Soon Take Care Of It

and widespread than the one of the 1920s. my hand and official You are required J to appear. : on
iy P seal at Starke Florida, this December January 14 1948, In the above
r 12 1945. named Court and cause, wherein
Ir r U. (OFFICIAL, SEAL;: ,) A. J. Thomas, M
1/ Il, A. Clerk of said Court. -
Seldom has a greater show of pure, unadulterated T. Frank andrum, Btarke Florida
,, stupidity been made. than that displayed by Lewis G. Atty. for Plf. U-14 4t 1-4

t ,'4 )'. ;, Hines legislative representative of the AmericanFederation : IN COUNTY.CIRCUIT, FLORIDA CO('RT. BRADFORD IN CHAN. Christmas together. . Have a Coca-Cola

t, I of Labor in his appearance before the House CERY.
r Cella Alshets Joelson Plaintiff, v.. .
i Military Affairs Committee this !
1 week. Julius Joeison Defendant. Case. No.
Confronted with a lack of logical arguments with 4243. '
ORDER OF
PUBLICATION
1 which to oppose universal military training legislation, AND NOTICE TO APPEAR :
'; Mr. Hines insulted' STATE OF FLORIDA to: Julius
.. uM the intelligence of the committee Joelson whose residence and ad-

: and of the American people by resorting to, such puerile
r,{ { 't questions as : "May we in all fairness ask preparedness

r.1... for what? If we are on the brink of another war, should

gip we not have, the right to demand with whom when and GIVE HIM _
-, .where?" _x.cr

By the use of this same masterful logic Mr. Hines

..: ..p i! .i n might argue that a man who is being taught to swim is YEARS 0 FUN

r, entitled first to know when and where and in what

; manner he is likely to be drowned. We hope that no .

:'( d';,., ? k .; member of the committee dignified this moronic question with an ,_ = % t of
; with even the semblance of an answer. -
41. Mhd
+ ' Just why theAmerican; Federation of Labor is opposing i ier
i: ::4L: universal military training we cannot say. We EVINRUDEGIFT

ti' t : are not familiar enough with the devious purposes of i i y

;,r the labor unions. We do know however just what Mr. CERTIFICATE

1' Hines and the other members of the A.F.L. must know

'; 1, too: That 26 years' ago we refused to pay. the price of ,

i. .. victory. We thought it was too high. We kidded ourselves -

(E' with an armistice. We thought it was just as nn.e e
good and a whole lot cheaper. 1

% Today we are paying for our "bargain"-paying, .. r 14t

.,t paying paying-both with lives and money; and we t ?

.' will continue to pay for generations to come. Even Mr. k

fi r Hines should know that there can be no peace or security 1trr = II-
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in the world while ch.th.yiftwkhslhW' .
aggressors plan new con C -

. I quests. Through sheer superior force we have finally ...rIM gift .aiM .i 'w r -
s disarmed them. But once disarmed, they must be kept that Hen c-sw eal..rr
t ; ;; disarmed, also through force. JE3 to be thrilling.AaKuudsGlft.

1 W'l', --I' $ Our military organization-army, navy and air C CenUksn! ..,* Mfaahsad . welcoming a fighting man home from the wars 1
1 force-must be maintained at adequate
strength for . sasamat
ly., ? ,. I'' instant use anywhere that danger threatens. Behind mint nunnMt of. hspPT Home; at last ..to wife; to child and family. With Christmas in the
' that military organization we tso-sdon" CaO
,4w must have sufficient

trained reserves to meet any threat or attack. If an- oa ..10-smote we'" soBlnr.de benappy air. All the dreams of a lifetime rolled into one moment. At such a / j

; other war does come, and we earnestly pray if will not GUt Car- ,

R s we may not have allies to hold the line for us as they dean* foe e-rly season time Coca-Cola fits right into the picture-the familiar, friendly invitation '
;t ; did in World Wars I and II. % dcU-ecy of soy

:..; 1 $ } If Mr. Hines has a method of providing the need- model you MlecU 1 Have A Coke adds the refreshing touch. A happy moment is an

ed strength without
resorting to universal
military
,,:' training let him bring it out. If there is an easier occasion for Coke-and the pause that refreshes ,

..r f( means to achieve the end-splendid I But please, let's "Coca-Cola-aDd IU .bb.YI.uoe'

have no more asinine questions which seem to imply OTUIO UNOIt AUTHORITY- THI COCA-COIA COMPANY, IV "Cot.th.. ngiitere,

,; that unless we can describe who, what, when where SMITH'S GARAGE marb wbklt diatIDIUiIb
and why, the need for preparedness is automatically STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. IlL ae&otTIt.Coc.Col.COD; : paI10

I abolished. Starke, Fla.
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=e--e- a . . O' end guests of Mrs. J. K. Warren. . S e e . . . . ''' '
Rev and Mra. Williams and son on board one of the government's and Martha Horn. Norma Swee- night with'her sister and brother Unemployed Here'
LAWTEYM of Jacksonville were dinner guestsof Heilbronn vessels! anchored thern.Mr. ney Bert Hlnson Jr., Bruce Max- tn-law. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Mc- Draw $270 In Week
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews Sun- and Mrs. Roy Tomllnaon of well, Dickie May, Rex Yvonne Rae ,
Mam fly The New River were Sunday afternoon and Ray Brookins and Mr. and '
$1 day.Charley e . . RSh.cle B. M. McRae and Mr. and Mrs. 1 Payments of unemploy men t 'c 1
e .
e e e . . eJ Dinkins of Jacksonvillewas e . guests of Mrs. Bynum Perkins. Mrs. L. G. ,Johns and eon, Grady. s
e compensation amounting to $270
e
was In Jacksones visiting: his parents, Mr. and' This I Mrs. R. M. Johnson of Waldo Maurice Seely of Cltra spent Owen McRae were visiting In I.
Phillips one day last week. Mrs. P. L. Dlnklna, over the week- by the death community was saddened I was visiting; Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Sanderson last Sunday and wt're. were made In Bradford County ;;
bUsiness end. citizens of one of its oldest Norman last weekend.Mr. Linnte Seely.Gainesville, accompanied home by their during the week ending Nov. 24 to
and Mrs. T. L.Prevail Sapp and Donald Wilkerson of Jacksonville died Saturday when Mrs. Sarah Green and Mrs. Russell Norman shoppers last Sat- mother Mrs. H. M. McRae and 11 persons, 10 men and one wo '
J. night,
ynd Mrs after a pro- Miss Shirley McRae who had man, according. to the Florida Industrial
and Elizabeth spent the week-end with longed Illness. She will were visiting in Jacksonville and urday Included Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
his be
Irene missed
tars Mandarin Home and children, Albert spent the week-end with Mr. and Commission.
Sunday. Pope
Baldwin by
church in parents, :Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Wllk- her many friends and rela- .
attended ersoru tives. Mrs. J. T. Kirkland and Mrs. and family. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Mrs. Earl Raulerson and also attended Claimants In this county paid 'h
Ines. Wainwright and children Chastain, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton the revival meeting con- +r
arprevatt. and Otis For- Leo Galla of Jacksonville Jerry Norman during the week were classified
Ina spent returned from the were visiting Mr. and Mrs. L.. R. Chastain and daughter, Norma ducted by Rev. O. J. Raulerson! of
EIther Shuford. and Betty I the week-end with Dempsey State Farm Hospital Sunday. He Starling Sunday. and Joan Sweeney and Mr. and Lawtey as shipbuilding', pipe coverer, rill ,)":., k1
Dorothy Moser were In I Beasley.Mr. Is recuperating nicely. Judge Starling spent Sunday Mrs. Bert Htn on. We are glad to report that Mrs. L Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. BUI 'Edwards of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Moore In Starke. Mrs. Ann Guy attended the Susie Myrick U out of the hospital !driller foreman, uhlpfittora, tnu i
and Mrs. L. P. Refuse andtee Jacksonville spent the week-end and son were In Lake City shop- Quarterly Conference meeting in and much Improved. driver and citrus workers ani ,
Loea and Jo Ann Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. Will Edwards. ping Monday. S S s e. e S S e e. Gainesville last week and is Cpl. Robert Myrick has returned I fanner.
)(r8. 1. W. Page'and son Mrs. Virginia Hiatt of Starke Mra. Julian D. Scott and children spending this week with her from overseas and is at Camp
Mrs. Louise Starling: and was visiting her son and daughter- were visiting in Inverness Hampton daughter Mrs. Wallace Joplin in Blandlng. He will! be dischargedsoon. : A representative" of the United 'alc
ter, Ida Lee JCta,, ,X3rew in-law, Mr. and Mrs. this past week-end. Lake City. I;State Employment Service Is 'i ;
rt, Myrtle VanZant all at-I I Sunday.Mr. Clyde Hiatt Marklee Starling By Sim. SI. (J" Sweeney Please remember the date, Friday Remember the services at Pine :present in th*' .courthouse each r"' +roloasr
i church at Sanderson 'Frl Norman were in and E. D. e e . S . . . morning Dec. 31st. and at. Level each week-end. Everyone I Thursday morning' to meet with
Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville
J. O. Raulewon' ) Harold Cox of on I prospective employees and employer
v. I business tend the Children's Christmas welcome.
sighting a 'meeting: there. 'Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. recently.A. Mrs. H. B. Wiggins has been a program at the school auditorium.A .to give whatever aattlHtnce -
I Cox' parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. 1. W. Brown picked three pints, recent visitor to Gainesville where they can.
L. varied carols, read-
that of
sorry to. report of strawberries she visited program At The
are Dinkins, over the week-end. this week. I her daughter Mrs. TabernacleThere
on the sick list at Mr. and Ings and playlets will be present.
is Buck Jones of Mrs. S. R. Clark and George Williams, who is a patientin
rttin*. Sampson City family spent Saturday with Mr. the Alachua County Hospital. ed at this time In anticipation ofSanta's was a splendid'congregation '.booked for January and February !
I, and Mrs. H. L. Sasser ofley was visiting In Lawtey last week. and Mrs. A. W. Brown. Emory Guy left last. Wednesday visit.Pine. Sunday night to witness the and a season of spiritual refreshment '
Village and Julian War- Pvt. Truby Rowe la spending a S-Sgt. Carl Brown Is spending for Philadelphia, Pa., after spend- S e . . . e . baptism of four young men, rangIng is in tore for all those who ' k, ,
of Jacksonville were week- 30-day furlough with his parents, a 90-day furlough with his par- ing several months with his in age from 14 to 23 I Avail themselves of thane ser '
ante----. -M.-.. -an"-- _'U.i a.* no.. .ww..i .>*_WWll_m_. mother, Mrs. J. T. Guy. I Level The Christmas program is un- vices
He has Just returned from Europe.Mr. Walden Wadsworth of the Mer der way and Wednesday afternoonwill
and Mrs. W. C. Wooten of chant Marines is now home on By Mr*. II. M. MoRa I be the first rehearsal with the JOIN Till) CHIMBEIL OK
Watch for Xmas Lawtey visited Mrs. Bynum Per- leave and will spend the holidays e e e e. e ,. e e e e e young people. COMMKKCK! : and help build I I f{ N.Starke. N..

kins Sunday afternoon. with his parents Mr. and Mrs.G. Special speakers are..-.--.being- -__.. __nn.n_____ _.. s,,,.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp and P. Wadsworth. Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall attended - -- ------ -
SALEAdvertisement family visited Green. Cove Springs Mr. and Mrs. Olen Medenbaugh the Fellowship Meetingnear
Sunday. While there they went and Frederick and Harvene Wat- Tlfton Ga., last weekend.Mr. .
terson spent Saturday in Lees- Hall filled his regular ap-
/ Mr and Mrs. Percy Rowe. burg.: pointment here Sunday.
Mrs. A. L. Dryden of Jackson Leo Wiggins of the Navy, with Mr. and Mrs. Giles Phillips and ;
I Next WeekS ville Is visiting her mother. Mrs Mrs. Wiggins and their daughter, 'children and Robert Phillips, all
Perry Davis. Marie, of Jacksonville spent sun- of Jacksonville lip e n t Saturday '
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bradley, day visiting friends, here. | night and Sunday with their par-j es
Mrs. Jessie Smith and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Touchton ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. 8. Phillips.
SALE IN EFFECT Myrtle VanZant were shopping In were recent visitors to the State I Mrs L. M. Connerly returned t
.. FULL WEEK BEFORE Jacksonville Tuesday. Farm. I| home last week after.visiting relatives
XMAS Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Page were Among those attending Miss in Plant City. s III1JIIIIII//.t
supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carlle Mae Hall's birthday party I Mrs. Bertha Groves and children :
... ,,1. P. Rafuse Saturday night. In ThereMsa last week were Betty, of Umatllla (spent Saturday _
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d ONE YEAR $2.00() SIX MONTHS $1.10

p f until you see SHAFKIN'Samazing MAILED TO ANY ADDRESS


<. array of gifts .
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WE HAVE '',GIFTS -'TOO MANY,GIFTS! -:,GIFTS'' THAT YOU WANT'TO GIVE AND WE I Reservations Now. .'. '4..+:". t.

WANT TO SELL WE BELIEVE WE SHOULD GET TOGETHER THAT'S WHY WE ARE "

FEATURING SUCH AMAZINGLY LOW PRICES IN OUR GREAT CHRISTMAS SALES. Christmas i'

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WATCHES! DIAMONDS! r -J Dinner


Gents' and Ladies The Greatest Gift of All- e ,

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THE PRACTICAL GIFT Sure; To Please Every ;

Woman We Have A :;
Our First New /
We Are Now Receiving tl
Stocks In Several Years . Now You Dazzling Array of Perfect d t
I ,Car Have The Watch You've Been Blue White Stones.
Waiting For . J}
PRICES START AT Baked Young Turkey P cl

Priced to Suit Every.Pocketbook '
29.50 r---' and all the

850 to 179.50 YOU CAN'T GO WRONG' WHEN YOU GIVE A Icy.>I .
trimmingsAVERT J

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so acceptable as ,smart I BIRTHSTONE RINGS, 312 North Walnut SU .;

luggage . Sure to make hit -
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with the most important names Everybody Wants One t if

on your list. Man, Woman or Child -' I

The Perfect Gift For '

The One You Love II

A ,,LARGE SELECTION, OF PRICES START AT
$4.95 w1y' ,
COMPACTS and

MUSICAL POWDER, BOXES '. .

LOCKETS, Always Popular "

USE OUR ,
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LAY: '. ': .' locket . They mean to you

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4GE!: FOUB !BRADFORD COUNTY TeUOGBAnt.! STAn IP. FLORIDA MUDAY.. DE
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'; : WCTU MembersMet Lt. and Mrs. Devlin Mr. and Mrs. Green celery and olives; pineapple! led I Lots J, s, 4, ?. .
, .J k 1 SOCIETY and CLUBS cream and wafers. Lots 1, T.

' !. ; Last FridayThe Honored At: TeaOne Hosts To BusinessWomen.s After dinner music was enjoyed I "5.. T.1' .7.of N n nIkoe, 4 Loll.[WP.1,'
a Blks
11.
) La-ira H. Scott Union of of the lovliest parties of CircleMr. during the evening If T. I S 65, k(&20 g Lrte,,
Christmas Program Birthday Party Name I,.
the Starke W.C.T.U. met Friday NOTICE OK APPLICATION which.
the pre-holiday season was! the informal and Mrs. R. A. Green en- Emil Mitchell Is" '''
) Is Presented For Glen Wood Jr. afternoon. Nov. 30. at the homeof Wal- pen TAX DEED All of Auld
tea given Sunday afternoon tertained at their home on County Preprt
!!.... Dill No. 1SM13 >of
.' L:, At Woman's Club :Mr. Glen Wood entertained at members Mrs Emma present.The .Murphy with 11 from,five until seven o'clock nut Street Monday night with the a NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ida Unless_ Bradford, Biierol:,
honoring that M. F. Wlg-slna the holder of I 'U"h
Christmas party
A delightful Christmas program the home of Mrs. George Flynn on devotional was led by Mrs. at the home of Mrs., Bernice Op- members of the Business Women's the following certificate has filed cte law.. har.:, ''J< 'dt.'d eetiflgh" ,

4 waa presented by. Mrs. A. Jefferson Street Saturday In hon Jennie Thornquest who used asher perman In honor of her son-in- Circle of the Baptist Church and be aid Issued certificate thereon.for The a tax certificate deed to certificate, 'Uert1 l....nlelCold /

.. r Z. Adkins, chairman of music, at or of the 6th birthday' anniversary subject "Jesus, The Light Of law and daughter, Lt. and Mrs. their husbands and Mrs. Charles number. and of year..of the. Uxuance, and the cuurthoUA"to th, hleh.At Otrllll"'t"blt

;I'i the regular meeting of the of her son, Glen, Jr. The The World" and her referenceswere C.'Joseph Devlin. -Lt Devlin has Torres, co-leader of the circle, name deacrlptlon. In which It property wa assessed. are the day In tho" .In"r onlh on lh, IItrI.
,..t ; f a'' Woman's Club'- 'Wednesday afternoon taken from John and Mat- just been released from the service who Is leaving Starke soon. as follow: Which' IN ,,,I' of4th d,1 Pe
A brief business session 6wo-yer<< birthday cak: wan thew. Certificate No. SI Year of Issuance 184& 01 r.
;" hi' iced In green and white wjth nix and he and Mrs. Devlin have ar- The living room was beautifully July 1, A. D. 1(48. Dated the. 131h
presided over by the club president Mrs. O. E. President 111'5. day
t ;{ d fir Stansbury, ,, decorated with the Christmas mo- Description of Property: of Do
( Mrs. & K. Ferryman, preceded green candles and the inscription, gave the salute to the temperanceflag rived from Fort Bragg, N. C., for table decorations Lot 7 of Bile 8 .* .ot' t, 4, I, I
Y ; i' "Happy Birthday, Glen." a visit of several weeks with Mrs. tif carried out In the Of Blk 19 A Lots t, 4, (, 8, 10 11 Cleric of; A.I,B
'' ;? the program. and also showed the certificate and the center of attrac- of Blk 10 .* Lot 1, 4, 6 of Blk County, Florida.CMlt Gf
Fourteen boys and girls from The children played outdoor given to the Starke union Opperman. tion; lighted tree topped with a 31 & LoUt J, a, (, 6, 1, 8. e t 10, 11 2'U 4t 1.f ( Bi
t the first and second grades of the game and were entertained by M a reward for securing 12 new The Christmas motif was car- star and the lighted centerpieceon orncu--,
i $ th Starke school sang the Christmas Misses Joan Carpenter, Rae Cole- members during the. year. ried out in decorating for this the mantel. .

g t'' y' songs, Jingle Bells" and "Up ont man and.,Betty Ann Flynn. i The secretary's and treasurer's occasion ;which was the first an- The group presented a gift to

f t ''h the Housetops", Little Henry i Favors of-.boxes of Christmas I reports were given at this time niversary ot Lt. and Mrs. Devlin. Mrs. Torres who Is leaving, with
Rlcharde of the State Farm recited candles were given and'Ice cream: dues'were The tea' table, covered with a
d Mltfcj ? and paid by Mta.! H. L Mr. Torres, this week to make Learn
{, i The Nlghi Before Christ- was served with i slices of the Brownlee and Mrs. Ara Moltt. handsome white cutwork cloth, their home In Miami. Mrs. Torres to PI 1

p'' 4 ))1 n( ;,' ;+ m.." and Tommy"Haines sang In cake., The following committee was I held the silver tea service which read 'the Christmas story and the

id t 1'' i a most pleasing manner the loved Among those present were Eddie appointed to Invite the local pastors was balanced by crystal and silver Rev. L. D. Haines gave the closing -

i Christmas carol "Away in the Hartmann Jr., Jan and Wayne and their wives .to become : appointments. Pour ing during prayer. The group sang a

4 ,WJ'; Yt ,S j Manger." Following this number Mundorff, Mary Harriet and Bill members of the W.C.T.U.: Baptist, 'the afternoon were Mrs. Clyde L. selection of carols and several PAY AS YOU LEARN
', i' the entire group sang "Silent Powell Clair Jean, Mundy, Linda 'Johns and Miss Viola Smith. games were played.
Mrs. W. N. Johnson; Methodist,
t 7t, Night". These young people were Kay Sale, Butch Smith, Bill Mrs. Emma Murphy Presbyterian, About fifty friends called during Following refreshments of a
;} under the able direction of Mrs. Wood, Mary Katherine Wainwright Mrs. O. E. Stansbury and Chris the 'afternoon.Woman's salad rplate with sandwiches and

l 1 14" i,' 4M; Ethel M. Biggs, who also accompanied and Virginia Jean Darby. tlan Mrs. 'Ara Moltt. hard Christmas candles, gifts STARKE AIRPORT'
; them at the piano.
t''( J c were exchanged from the tree.
.k In her most charming manner Z. Adkins Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Plans were made to organize Auxiliary

{ { } Mrs. W. H. Nollman gave a vivid Mrs Ethel M. Biggs Mrs. W. J. a W.C.T.U. In the colored 'sec Met Last WeekThe

Sf' account of Henry Van Dyke's Churchwell, and Mr*. L. F. Dink- tion of town on Sunday, Dec. 9. W. A.. Scott HonoredOn 1.5 Miles South On
v I
s'ti' story of the entry of Joseph and ins. The group was'acoompanled Members will meet at the Tabernacle Woman's Auxiliary of St. BirthdayHonoring Highway 13

Mary Into Bethlehem, and concluding at the piano by Mrs. I* A. at 3 p. m. Mark's Episcopal Church held Its ,

'1 tti .? the program the woman's Canova. Mrs. Moltt, Mrs. Thornquest, regular monthly) meeting Thurs- Wilbur A. Scott on ,. .. .
4 it b.. n ih ; chorus sang a group of traditional During the social hour an In- Mrs. J. T. Quigley and Mrs. Stans day, Dec. 6, at the Church Ser- the occasion of his birthday an- v v v. .

fr'', ; ; k 1 r carols Comprising the chorea formal tea was enjoyed. The lace- bury took part on the program vice Center with Mrs. Mattle niversary, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. For Information

b o r.. h i were Mrs. R. A. Green, Mrs, A.' covered tea table was centered presented at this.meeting.Mrs Gahagan directress, presiding. Quigley entertained a t dinner

4t with a sliver candelabra holding Noble White paid dues for After the devotional a short Wednesday evening. Covers were PHONE 142 or 63

five lighted i red tapers. Red her son Olin White; who Is an article entitled, "Christmas Is the laid for ten and the table was

Christmas berrIes and seasonal honorary member of the Union. Hope of the World" was read by centered with a pre-Christmas arrangement -

J Robes, foliage, artistically arranged a- The group will meet on Dec. 28 Mrs. Gahagan. Plans for the of pine cones, holly STAR KE FLYING
round the central embellishment, with Mrs. Ara Moitt. Children's Christmas party were and fir. !

added a decorative note to the discussed and Mrs. Edward Burns The menu consisted of vegetable .
l Mrs. O. L. Beasley, of the cocktail, baked ham, stuffed eggs, .
r rg table. The silver tea'service, WILl shopping gave an Interesting report .
The Perfect Answer placed at, one end of the table, In Jacksonville: last week. District Meeting held In Melroseon SERVICE

To The Eternal was balanced by' silver candle Mr. and Mrs. H. 'V. Knight of Nov. 30.Following.
Gainesville were In'Starke on the business session,
j sticks holding lighted red taper
5F Question What Red berries were also arranged business Tuesday.Mrs. a social hour was enjoyed at 1ERl(
i1l around< these candlesticks. Fred Guy and Mrs.. A. Z. which time Mrs. Burns, the host- 1
To Give? . Adkins were shopping in Jackson- ess served delicious chicken salad
Mrs. T. H. Osborne poured tea
w I ville Monday. and hot tea. -
, ? r---
during the afternoon. !

t y fli .Hostesses for this delightful occasion a O NfRr

li were Mrs. W. R. Morse, THE FINEST CHRISTMAS GIFT l.YT

Mrs. I* D. Vining,' Mrs. A. F y WORLD IS A
.-
2 ) Sauls, Mrs. W?, B. Sewell Mrs. L
,
.y1 T. H. Osborne, and Mrs E. L. WowPaprika toi

54 /1 p1i Matthews.WATCHES. Veal VICTORY BOND

I prepared

Things I Never Knew 'Til Now BRADFORD'S QUOTA IS
Y enough spirit to buy gifts the! $178,
About Christmas (with apologies first of December and now that
1 E to Walter U'lnchell who first published ; she finally has the urge, every- P faOrder

this collection of odds amends thing Is practically gone .' ; Hear

way back )In 1939)) . .. Virginia Sewell was In the Glee H. C. Wall

Ladle* 15-Jewel --.- Club Christmas,cantata at FSCW; Agency
The eelebratlon of Christmas one of theinstitution's,, most Inspiring ,, ,

Wi t-t n' a uce r was, forbidden" !I\ ?Massachusetts! annual 'events t Eaton .
ill Jr for 22 years" 7 .. The Puritans and GraceV."(Kennedy) Jordan FNS-U R' ArN'C'E_ l;''"
k considered It.a. season of frivol were bidding farewell to'''friends -

cue excite m e n t and everyone this week Aid departing ,for Starke, Fla.CLASSIFIE.

It ( Y /? .r caught celebrating Christmas was Shreveport. La., where EJtOn'nmanage ,

r rjM fined five shillings There's a 'a restaurant . .. Hear
2 pounds veal breast ci
popular superstition that whoever '
that Dorothy Lally was surprised shank with bones removed. Cut iii
brings the Christmas holly Into no, end with .a, lovely birthday 1-lnch cubes.Brown in 2 tablespoon
the house first husband or"wifo' cae,'-"complefe ,with candles from hot lard, along with 1 large onion "
I cut fine.
) will rule the coming year . her many friends at,the USO last salt and 1 Sprinkle tablespoon with paprika 2 teaspoon!

i i Nationally Advertised (Don't get hurt In the rush) . Saturday,. .: ,
; '' ::1''S tt WRIST WATCH In Abyssinia, Christmas Is .celebrated -

every month) of the year, The colored' lights and tinsel are
Pink Yellow Gold
or except March t Pity the poor mighty pretty, but the best dec- FOR SALE-Pullot.,, Sf-weeka old. I,OAK WOOD-Anjr leersk
Abyssinian Xmas shoppers! < . oration I've seen along Call Streetis from Rice Leghorn Farm. Price I cord, write F 0yeltl>l
I'gib' 47.50.up 10c. Overstocked. Mrs Wm. K. Hall Flo.
The Christmas tree was Introduced the grand: guys who keep ., Cone, Rte. 1v City Limits..12-7 3tp ,-
Federal Tax Included II into England by Prince Al- streaming In, for' the holidays (or "" .. I FOR:houiietraller SAL.K--20. new foot tlreiA ton

rIS bert when"' he' married Queen Victoria for keeps) '. -. ;., Among those ti$' vr r STRAYED, I yr-..Red old. strayed white-faced or stolen.heifer ortwillfor four. l'rleed. .
cir.90S
I r'1lan.s l . Lewis Carroll wrote his glimpsed this,week are R. C. Howard "$; 1'i" Crop split upper and under bit Madison d on 8U Btu
C. W. Colflon \,..., In one ear, under square others. W.
famous, book; "Alice In Wonder- Edgar Wil-
& Ladies' .. Branded EB. If found notify El- Strawberry i
land", as Christmas, gift for a kinson' Darby Peek, Henry Sll- "' ? bert Britt, Lake Ueneva. 13-7 ttp3.0.ROOMS WANTED farmer -Will share' *"*
17JEWELBENRUS little girl, never dreaming that cox, Riley Sweat. Guy Andrews, \, 10 acres land 44\ mlla'
anyone else would care to readit Carlton D a v la, 'Robert Myrick, ered.Starke.llRhte new 6 tooh-room*howt H,

. M. B. J,*<>.
Chester McKInney, George Inman Wished Sci
,
I'' ., Add 2 cups 'hot water and cover Lafayette & AdamiFla. Bn
and scads of others v: ...; Something closely. Simmer slowly for 1 hour. CABINS ANDKI1'CIIENETTES I I .
h (! In Bethlehem where Chrlut was tells me that. mom's turkey and Add with sour ;
1p finpent't
S k born, Christmas) Is celebrated at trqlt cake are reaUy gonna catchIt into liquid tablespoon flourhmade ; ANTNIJTwo'... U W, PrlnfJ7 good ,P
a paste with
ru, l three different times . The . Hear 'Paul ;Moore (ex- cold water. Leml.urtc, Fla. that
r f+ eaNationally Roman Catholics observe Dec. 211, Law teyite) bas just been released Gas Heat Gas Cooking MATTRESSES of all W

the Greek Orthodox, Jan. 6 and from the Army and Is, now sales Lights' vated; furniture uptoWreflnlshed.
the Armenians ,Jan. 18 . In manager''' for the Joe. H. Walsh MATTRB1HO. Drop usI ,

Madrid, on the stroke of midnighton Co., In Jax'vllle . .. Paul enlisted' Completely Furnished I HASTINGS. Palatka.: Fl*.

A Lovely ArrayIn Christmas Eve, everyone eats : as a private In 1942 and emerged I RENT--L'petatrf:: ails'"
12 grapes for good luck.4. In ail a first lieutenant. . He put : Book A Room Ahead FOrt above H. C Wall Carr I

Wools, Quilted Europe Santa Claus was thin and in his time with.the Tenth; _Army For 'Wife Or Parents AIIr"ncy.(22 N. Cherry See lira$t.
S Known pale-faced . When Dutch set- In the Pacific: ,*,...
tu. f tiers brought him to the U. S. he SPECIAL NOUN DAT wreIo
Satin Chenilles fresh
two
meet
42.50 up got fat and jolly t ... That's what Quite a round of festivities for LARRY'S PLACE drink-63 cents, at A.t
55 America .does for people! . Margaret Ann Young who left frame
8.95 22.50 1000 Feet From B Gate tlAJ.E-.rnun.
to FOR
Federal Tax Included The first Christmas card was a Saturday for her new assignmentwith ...rage modern ron.,1plot i

.t S'rY l l lithograph sent. by W. C. Dob- the USO in North' Charles- KINGSLEY LAKEFOR 858xN9NNxflt'XL1',1 fL'I:

v IV son, one of Queen Victoria's favorite ton.*S. C. . The local USO staff This ring savory of huffy stew boiled shows off well in'S R.ENT-Furnillhed apartment, down Pratt at.and. balance' Park

OTHER A Real painters; to his friends In 1845 members honored Maggie at a to serve: a 3 rooma. With private bath. F. A. evening! Orange
XmasSPECIAL green
k. SURE-FIRE ouch vegetable
,
z Scott (06 Temple Aye., Starke
farewell
. The Christmas seal idea for luncheon last Saturday, as broccoli, a crisp salad Fla. Itp WANTED AT. OMB -
r hr ; GIFT HITS . combatting tuberculosis was orig- and the junior hostesses gave hera apples, raw carrot and celery. ,, Dealer J In ,nearby "TlMcmphU
D.pl.
e'l FOR RENT-Z room cabin furnished Rawlelgh'
lovely manicure set In a leather'
.
inated by Elnar HOlboell a Dan- v with cooking facllitta. Mrs.E..7. Tenn.
Hankie .and Lingerie ish postal clerk In the Copenhagen i case r.; Saturday-'night, follow- c..:=.. Dowllng-, aot Christian St., tttXT: .mlU
=:
\ I post office in 1904 .. .. ing si dinner at the Embassy ClubIn :: ,r or phone 113. It WANT house TO or partn..ot' I or
;
l
j '
b'
Cages .
+ Sachet, Bag, Jacksonville: :Maggie caught the private hath. i"J

,t, niouHft, Slip. Sweaters' In the old days in Scandinavia 11:05 flight, to North Charleston, W.C.T.U.PROTECT LIST YOUR FARM, CITY AND able tn keep warm.-1 I
Cotume mistletoe was considered: so sacred: < proving once again''that all good BUSINESS PROPERTY >'It''. tOt W. MndUon.l .
Jewelry' Manicure 1-
i that If enemies accidentally met things have to end -. .,. But then, 8ALt-1945 Harlo
i., 1 { i Seta Suite, Infant 1 under'It In-a forest they laid down let.. not be selfish:v. .; 'We'had THE CHILDREN, 1 FOR motorcvele. 'pi.and R d idO

Sweater' Scented Coat their' arms and had.a truce until her almost ''a., year : and who -An old woman was noticed aE: 109 new.'''',Scs:\Iadl."n 81

'the' 'next'' day In Denmark.ireaents knows . -.. Perhaps North by a policeman to stop and S'rBOU'r TAT
Hangers, Head Scarfs, Ladies' Latest Style Chaleston'deserve. a' break! :,, . pick up some shining substance / a..tt.a.e. .t e.aa GIRL WLV1W
Santa
aren't brought by
try -7'', RuHiram .... .-.
v Fancy Gift Apron, PinCushions WATCHESJeweled Claus but 'byj'an/ elf .. . Christwasn't from the street one night. He r2.ooo' ."1... .f _*....._ FOB
11 + Have you tlftt..j."OUr.Xmas. hurried after her and demanded :11.--- --",.'fm. an vm t.. TIII'1
'ago but PARK
and Gloves. born 194 -/yean w..... Fve .__ ....... AT
:
?
shopping , Neither have I to
{ 1 .. didn'tstart I j j see what she had rolled .
1950 They
toHOUSEFOR
: 1
Movements E.
years ago A.
reckoning time from the .. .. So long ....,See .you at the ,up In .her apron.' Tbnldly the STROUT REALTY AGENCY Apply
ingnedi.tril
Dependable Accurate nylon hose counter : ". old Represented Locally By
> woman unrolled the
; birth of Christ until 800 years apronand F .
,, C. HOLUNGS WORTH
Smartly Styled Choiceof Carolyn. disclosed a broken
ALL GIFTS after Ills death and the scholars pieceof ,
t 118 So. Walnut
St
,1 Colored Dials claws, sayings
+ I then made a mistake of five yearsIn S
_"It would cut 'the balrale I
XMAS ;
WRAPPED Xmas Boxed_ their figuringThe. practice 4 ACTION( RELIEF feet, sir, ao I couldn't bear to room* and b0'J
at Christmas Five
of exchanging gifts -
let .It Ue" FARM ComPWniahed
'" ,." comes from the Romans, who The for SALE In nn porch.
I $15 to $17 used to give presents during the tOR ACID INDIGESTION drink broken traffic, promise will" out of and the William Sapp's farm, located ttith Gag'all eWmatic

The ,. Saturnalia a season of celebra- 10 miles NW of venienCl' .
i ....- round thousands of children' on Natrf
tion from Dec. 17 to 24 . Wonder loot
'
e Starke
The 1J de's highway and byways Fla. 240 acres, good ,tote
hh If they realized' what. they Should we not emulate this! hawse and btrns. Good gee beating tmt n I
of
7 7r'4 were starting? 4 t .. ;Jionghtful old fence .land heart F
< lady and protect fertile suitablefor J' '
e Inquire
'MART STAGAName There now -.. . Hope all this from the children, by removing general farming or er'St. Jeweler. 1f0 L
their pathway the dangerous
vegetables. Electric
I Christmas data helps put you in lights,
SHOPPE To Remember the proper frame of mind for the SOc' eD allurements- of ,the saloon r running ,water. FOR RF. T-'kl. r folly

139 : rig event, which Is just around NATIONAL, VOICE NOVEMBER W. E; SAPP: Kln..ley.Ie..trlll .tov._' "j0a
West
Call St. with .
I the corner. a As. for me. I'm 22ND: IMS. RU 2, Box 113-B rator. Two II
much like Kate Struth for two coUPCbrieHowling. /
pretty
'-'- Carpenter'sDrug Store J- ,Starke Fla. .
who says she just couldn't get = I I' phonen 11 S.t'.c. .

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.pECEMBEB 14.1f4li ,, I,
$ IUU.DJI'OJtD COUNT TELEGRAPH. HTARXK.JBITS -. II'InRIftA PAO1B I+1YR fi Cd; V
?
of ,LOCAL NEWS Mrs. 1. D. Vining and Mrs. ----
K.
Mrs.
Barbara Breazeale, Chairman I Several friends entertained"wlth Walter AMU been
O. Duncan were In Gainesville E, Taylor. Jr. 1-c. I Daniel B. Harley has discharged -
of
Monday. Cross Camp and Hospital Red 'a birthday dinner at the Avery has returned to duty with the fn San Angelo, ToM
was
6f. C Miller, Mm. Robert Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kite en- Lt Ool. and Mrs. T. T. Long Monday shopping for 'Items in requested Jacksonville Inn Mary Sunday Schilling night and in honor S-Sgt.of Viola Cpl. Navy at San Diego Calif., after after 3 1-2 years service with the

reene. Jr.. MrS. Eva Harou- Joyed a three-day fishing trip to went to Baconton, Ga., Sunday. by the military for patients In E. McGIenn of the WAG Detachment pending; a 45-day leave here with ,Air Corps He held the rating or
and D. L. Parker of the the Gulf last week. They were Joined there Tuesday the Station Hospital, Camp Elan.ding Camp Standing. his mother Mrs. W. E. Taylor. S-Sgt. and was an Instructor at
Health Unit at- Pvt. J. C. Parker of by Mrs. Lloyd Lewis of Washing She was accompanied by R. J. Davis
County Camp Mr. and Mrs. John B. at present engagedIn 'a Bombardier School He and
'ord ton McKay
and returned to Starke Mrs. Edward
convention of Wheeler, Ga., .to Tue. Bums
three-day spending' 10- day night, have returned to Black Mountain state audit work In Jasper, Mra Harley will arrive soon to lli
tnard of Health workers In day furlough with hU father Bill accompanied by Mrs. Mr and Mrs W. R. Morse wentto '' time with Mr. sad ,
Lewis. Major Lewis will K. C., after a visit with Mrs. Mc spent Tuesday night at his home' spend some
Parker Join Mrs.
.,vIDe last week. before being transferred. Lewis here later. Delsnd Sunday to hear the an- Kay's mother Mrs. W. E. Tay here. :Mrs. A. H. Harley of Lawtey.Angelo's .
N. Johnson, Harold A. H. O. Brown has returned from' nual rendition of "The Messiah"by Beach,
W. Mrs. R. O. Nunnery' a week's business trip to Akron Mrs. L D. Haines and Mrs. VanH. the Stetson University Glee lor.Mrs. W. T. dute of Daytona
.
and In. Jacksonville Ohio. Carden were shopping In Jacksonville Club. Their daughter Sylvia, I.a is Randolph Bores of. Jacksonville was a business visitor to Starke i
hopping is the guest of her I
With Mr. Nunnery they Lt Guy Andrews of New River Friday. student at the University parents Wednesday. Grill
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bennett.
jaY[' In Gainesville Thursday, was separated from the Naval service Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent Miss Wanda Pearce. who Is a Major Ralph Cox arrived home
at the Naval Personnel Cen- several days this week shopping student in Montreat, N. C., Is com The following college girls are Saturday after a tour of duty In a
and
will ter In Jacksonville on Dec. 6. He and visiting In Jacksonville. ing this week-end to spend the expected home in the next few the Pacific. Owned Operated

j n.t t weekend to spend the: goes on inactive duty In the Naval Mrs. MIrl&n Kickliter and Miss; Christmas holidays with her days to with spend their the Christmas holidays . Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Lowe will by Sam. Kenls
holidays In their home' Reserve. Dorothy Claire Klckllter had as mother, Mrs. Bertha Pearce. respective fami arrive Saturday from Norfolk fora i
kuws Fulton' 18 on I Ias Miss Margaret week-end lies: Misses Idalou and Marjorie visit with Mr. Lowe's mother Formerly of 'San ford
i IBIIlppl. Mrs. McKinney who guests Mr., and Mrs. Dr. and Mr* U H. ,Jenningsare ,
faculty I ..-.. Injured In an accident last Johnny Nottingham of Palm spending several weeks with Davis. Virginia Sewell, Catharine Mrs. W. E. Taylor. Mr. Lowe
'Un. Warren Perkins' week la Improving slowly at St. Beach. Mr. Nottingham was dis- Dr.. Jennings1 parents in May. Nollman and Clarice Thomas from will be on a 40-day leave from, WILL WELCOMEALL

.sad a last week from several i I Vincent's Hospital! In Jackson charged at. Camp Bland Ing "after. WOod 111. Dr, Jennings was discharged Tallahassee; Sylvia Morse from the Merchant Marine. Mr a. Taylor OLD and NEW
Rochester. Minn., where ville. serving .in the advanced echelon I in November after three Stetson; Barbara Cameron from will also have as 'a weekend I
Perkins In underwent medical Mrs. Eva Haroutunlan has been of Gen. MacArthur's G.H.Q. in I years service overseas as an air Miami; and Nina Bishop fromWasleyan. guest her daughter Mrs. B. S. j CUSTOMERSMAKES
.
ient. He is slightly Improv- transferred by the State Board of Japan. He also served in the I surgeon., Hardman of BlounUtown.

Health to Jay, Fla. It Is not Philippines. Mr. and Mrs. Nottingham I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brannen and _ill --
en Emmett !C.., perryman known yet who will replace. her have gone on to their son Raleigh of Hampton and Mrs.
arrtved in Seattle, Wash., on here. home at 431 North B Street in D. W. Moore spent Sunday sightseeing
119 and will\ be home In Jan. Edgar Wilkinson S 2-c arrived Lake' Worth. in Green Cove Springs and
| for a 3O-dayleave with his Wednesday to spend a 30-day fur- Billy Miles and Charles Mooneywere St. Augustine. 1L IGUT Tt-
te. Judge and Mrs.. E. K. lough with relatives here. He will shopping in Gainesville Tues .
an. Mrs. Perryman Jr., report back to California at the day afternoon. his S-Sgt.mother Morris Mrs. Jackson Carl Jackson wired I L..A_
him expiration of his leave. He has Mrs. Sam Anderson
tlanta Ga., has Joined wan shop- that he has arrived In San Francisco AN IDEAL 01AJ\I
fishington.Jmer been serving on the USS Wl con- ping in Jacksonville Thursday of 'T
has been last week. after 22 months overseas CHRISTMAS GIFT

ftferred Perryman to the Personnel sep-! sin.Mr.. and Mrs. C. J. Devlin are ?fr. and Mrs. Titus Olson and I and will be at Camp Blandingsoon .. .. ,. ., "" .... " ,,, ,,, . fe,
ffon Center at the Great Lakes, : spending the Christmas holidays their guest, Clifford Baxter, spent Mindanao.for discharge. He served on

Naval base. with Mrs. Devlin's mother, Mrs. Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bob BedroomSuits
Rt model you In the SPIBl -' Bernice Opperman. Mr. Devlin Watson in Melrose. Harold A. Johnson, son of Mrs.
me Mrs. Edna Jones W. N, Johnson of 527 Laura St.,
\'ORSET-the garmert recttntM was recently discharged at Ft. spent Monday( .
for health and COQloModl'lIng Bragg, N. C. Mrs. Devlin is the shopping In Gainesville. has returned to his home after
I free. RepresentaMr former Miss Frances Opperman. Mrs. T. B. Harding and Miss completing 35 months of serviceIn Plate Glass Round Mirrors ;
Frank Hoover 402 E. Mrs. K. G. Duncan and Mrs. June Harding spent Tuesday in the Navy. He took his boot _

'IOn St., Starke, Fla. M. F. Brown were shopping In Jacksonville training at Bainbridge, Md., and ;,wws i Waterfall Front .\
11-23'4tp Jacksonville Tuesday. Mrs. L. J. Green and children attended the University of Ala. I '
and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot were bama at Auburn where he took r" FIVE PIECES ,I. ;x,
visitors to Jacksonville Thursday Naval Radio training. He served fl"s 'l{ :
afternoon. 23 months .In the Northern Pacificas "s NIGHT TABLEVANITY .,'

NAT SEZ: Friends of Sgt. Lucian Conner, a member of the Hawaiian .. 1'
who has been with the armed Frontier Unit. tie held the rat- ''" .. HEI 1.i .
110, hum. It's a funny world. ftCongrefta forces in the Pacific area for the Ing of Radio Man 2-c and priorto : '--i CHEST
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L In still fuming and Irl'>t-d f past 18 months, will be glad to entering service was employedIn BENCH .
/l ting about being Unprepared at rt know that he arrived at'Camp Darby's store.
\\t ,.,/ Pearl Harbor and at the Blanding W e d n esday for discharge Judge and Mrs A. V Long of --

'" time Congress seem dc.termlneddto Gainesville spent Monday visiting New Shipment of Wardrobes in Walnut
unprepare us again. It Just U Mrs. Bernice Opperman spent. Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and family.
don't make sense, does It? But d Saturday in Jacksonville.," Mrs. S. E. Brownlee returned with ,md Maple With or Without Mirrors 1

then what can you expect of a Q Mrs. W M. Wimberly haa re- them to Gainesville to spend the' .
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bunch of guys who camevlthln iJ turned from a visit In Atlanta holidays.

one vote of abolishing the draft Ga., with her nephew and niece, Mrs. S. S. Dowling returned i 8.951&13SBridge
just a few days before Pearl Mr. and Mrs. Willard Pass. home Monday after upending several Boudoir Chairs -
Harbor Mrs. K. G. Duncan and Mrs days In Jacksonville with her

M. F. Brown spent Tuesday in sister, Mrs. J. B. Godbold. .. ..
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)J Jacksonville\ Mrs. L. G. Powell has returned Toys s'!' :
Misses Lucille\]) and Haven Cros- home after visiting her mother, JIJ
by and Irene Lewis were shoppingin Mrs. A. H. Frlpp and sisters In Lamps - 16.25

J Jacksonville Saturday. Columbia, S._C.
Mrs. A. F. Sauls pent Wednesday Miss Catherine Nollman will ar- Toys pI
Jeaez6t and Thursday of last week rive this week-end from F.S.C.W.
in Jacksonville. |''In Tallahassee to spend the I

visitor Mrs. to N.Gainesville Carson Geiger Monday.was a Christmas Mrs. W. ,H.holidays Nollman./ with Mr; and Toys --- A Nice Selection for Santa's Choice

Mrs.: K. J. Dowlirig;, Sr., and Mr. and .Ir. Eaton Jordan left .AI __' a
MraT E.."M. Lbtspedt Sunday In Saturday to'\ make their home in ," ,'", ,.... .. ...... . .... .' ,,,, 4' '" '' ....jfJ'.. .: T ... ..

: THAT ARE PRACTICAL (\ Jacksonville with*.Misses Pauline Shreveport. La., where Mr. Jordan IT'S A FACT YOUR CAN DO BETTER ,ATi3Si t. ,
and Josephine Strode.Mr. will enter the restaurant
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and Mrs. E. S. Matthews business with' his brother. Mrs. \
; returned Saturday from Miami Jordan is the former Miss Grace John H. Denmark Furniture C '.

Beach where they attended a na- Kennedy,
WHIM tional convention of railroad com- Mrs. Janls Avery entertained PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA.
. missioners and public utilities of- at dinner Sunday night, Lt. and '..$.... ,,, .. .
ficials. They were accompaniedby Mrs. W. M. Ebbe of New Jersey, -
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0 Ties II- their daughter, Mrs. H. B. ; who are returning soon, and Lt. ',:'. ," ...-"',(l
Wembley McLendon, who returned to her Forrest DeMoan and Ms mother,
home In Orlando Monday. I Mrs. J. C. DeMosa.
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Fine For Hunters. And 11 r Christmas" with a Philco I IAny IN Ii Ohio
{\ 1 I Corporal M.-An Boy
'! Fishermen 11 i model of the sensational serving with the army of occupation l' Sergeant T.-Purple 1 Heart'
new 1946 Pbilco Radios, in Tokyo. Veteransoontobediuhsrged.Seaman .
eNtt' Radio-Phonographs, Re K.-Whom uttered( 'It* hope to buy a fana.
frigerators and Freezers just '. ann will keep biro In a Navy
announced. Come in .,.tee IlonpiUl for another mODt.u.Will. .

or HERO our display.
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You flst a handsome Philco Gift Certificate

Slips and Panties .1 Whatever Philco'you choose, you
remember these swell fellows
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get beautiful Philco Gift Certificate

O Lovely ,Robes I iJo to present on Christmasmorning. you


Bedroom Slippers .


Costume Jewelry : this Christmas ?
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one of these three well fellows ble gift-the gift that also remembers our
A Wonderful Assortment ft
; of . Buy Victory Bond this ChrUtmut brave heroes. '

aAao "iurnorocu ntsrttiteo Every Victory Bond you buy provides Then dig down a little and buy an extra

NEW DRESSES the' dollars to help feed and clothe: the Victory Bond for yourself!That's not much

10.95 to 19.75 ( ADvAMceoomc+t aeAeomAross ? i 1J51 ter A AKtaaN Corporal-care for the Seaman-and make to ask, Is it . when you consider you
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nrorrooaAntntiic0 So-give Victory Bonds this Christmas! these I II

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rt'I I . . . . . . and daughters were Saturday . . . . . . were in Gainesville Thursday. children of Jacksonville: J I were Springs/ attended church services Everyone I a nVited
and relatives here Sunday, to
visiting friends to
visitors of Mr. and :Mrs. J. B. Frank Merritt accompanied his COme to churCh
c State Farm Caldwell near Ocala. New River Mister Miss Ida Merritt to Lake- Sunday.E. Remember a three-day Bible Sunday MQJOIN
morning
, .L 1 land Sunday where she remainedto A, Sapp and M. F. Wiggins school will be held at Woodlawn
) ,,I; }I ; ;!, By Mm. Bryan WMtfleld Mrs. O. B. 'Thompson returnedto . .By. The. School. . . nurse In a hospital( there. made a business trip to Trenton Baptist Church on Dec. 28, 29 -
':, . . . . . . her home in Baton Rouge, La., mE cn.\
' 1 y last Wednesday after having been M. L. Johns and son, M. L. Jr.. Monday.Mrs. and 30. Dinner will be served at MMERCE -It
,J. SHOWER with her parents, Mr.; and< Mrs. Church services were held Sun- made a business trip to Jacksonville H. L. Johns, Mrs. A. P. the church on all three days. Starke. &lid ht'/p/

: di. Honoring Mrs. Emory Town- R. S. Rosier, for a week.B. day morning and evening at the Monday. M. L. Jr., had a Johns and Beland. Johns spent - --- - -. -
.r at the Haven Hos Monday with' Mr. and Mrs. John
,;', ' d' end of Ratford, Mrs Dave Thorn- R. Wltkovaki and Mr. and Long Bridge Christian Church I checkup Hope Butler. -
nie Andrews in Lake
ton gave a Stork Shower at her Mrs. E. S. Matthews of Starke with the Rev. D. A.< Greek of pital. i --"
\ home between. the hours of 3 and and their guest, Mrs. H. 'B. Mc- Jacksonville.Gus: Mr. and Mrs.. R. R. Andrewsand This community will be glad to
.i ", 5 Saturday afternoon. In appropriate Lendon of Orlando, were dinner Thomas and mother of'Ft. small daughter, Gayle, spent know that Nelson Faulkner 'and -
tlk, con tests Mr*. Elmer guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Myers and Miss :Mary Dekle 'of the week-end in Morrlaton with Donald Alvarea are home from RADIO
:', ;p 4 Brannen of Lake Butler and the Richarde and Mrs. Annie M. Rlch- Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. T J. Andrews and service. They were visiting Mr. ,HEADQUARTERSALES
;. honoree won prizes. Mrs. Town- arde at noon Sunday.En Mrs. Reddish Andrews Sunday.Mr. family. and Mrs. Emry Johns Monday.
i; end was the recipient of lovely route from Soufley Field and :Mrs. Joe Moody and :Mr. and Mrs. Roan Turner and J. S. Snowden spent the week-
,;a, i 4 rift on this occasion. Following near Pensacola, to ),(Miami Ensign son, Felton were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Crews of. Ft.. Myers I I end in Starke with his daughter,
G ; the opening of the packages: Mrs. :Marshall A. Bouvier Jr., visited Mrs. Barney Andrews in were visiting Mr;' and Mrs. Jim I Mrs. W. A. Raulerson and SERVICE
Thornton served a salad course Mr. and Mrs J. A. Bouvier from Friday. Raifojdl I I Thomas of Johnston Saturday. Friends of Lt. Guy Andrews of

4 ilkll to her guests. Wednesday until Friday of last Mr. and Mrs. Wllbert'Mann and Mrs. Jessie Lee Lazenby and Banana River are glad to know
}' WEINER BOAST week. While on Inactive statusin dAughter Marian Kay of Ocala son Joe and some friends of that he has a discharge from the HOT POINTS
the Naval Reserve, Ens. Bou :Mrs. Jacksonville spent this weekendat GIBSON
were visiting :Mr. and H. L. ,
r r ,, ? Mia Virginia Kngram and Elsie navy.We '
.
i 1 ; t' , vier will be a law .etudent at Johns Sunday. her: home here. are busy planning our
c l Weiner Cheeser roast were' Joint at the hostesses home of at Mr.and a. Emory University, ''Atlanta, Ga. Mr. and' Mrs. H. B. Hunt of Rev. and Mrs.. D. A. Greek of Christmas:. 'program for Friday i LINE
.', Mn. W. O. Engram Friday Mrs. Richard Markham and her Mulberry were visiting( Mr. and Jacksonville: were dinner guestsof night Dec.; 21. OF

: # night. Their guest list included visitor Miss Juanlta McFarlandof Mrs.. B. A. Sapp and family Sun- Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crews Sun- . . . . . . .
,,! i rti, ; a young people from the Farm Vernon visited :Mrs. LUlle day.Attending
LAwtey Brooker. StarJet. H B- Hodges In Dunnellon during the day.Christmas shopping in Gainesville the live stock marketin WoodlawnBy ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
4 bronn Springs and Keystone past; week-end. and Lake City over the Gainesville Friday were C. E.
Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Andrews and son, Sonny, Kirby ,
Heights. Outdoor games and the Dugger week-end were Mr. and Mrs. A. Elma Crews
roasting of welners( over a bon and children and Mrs. Effle Johns P. Johns, Beland Johns Mr. 'and Crews and Floyd Wiggins.Mr. . . . . . . -
4 pt"r fire afforded fun during the party were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Cheater Moody, Margie and Mrs. Carl Nettles madea :
f r'' hours. Mrs. Alfred Thrift in Maniac Ga. Moody, Mrs. Frank Merritt Miss business trip to Jacksonville: Rev. T C. Williams filled the . BUY VICTORY
i i Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. 'Saturday. pulpit here Sunday morning and Boy
Ida Mrs. Janice( Shiver
BRIDGE CLUB MEETING M. Bradley at noon Wednesday Merritt ;' Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hodges and evening in the absence of the pastor -
and Mr. and :Mra.. Reddish An-
Mrs. P. D. Fancher entertained were Mr. and Mra. Vance Geiger children attended church In Rev. J. O. Raulerson. Among
drews.
t $ the State Farm Bridge Club at of Jacksonville.After: Brooker Sunday night. those attending church were Mrs. IINKLER
1 ', r'7e"' 4 her home last Wednesday after- about a, year's service in Mrs. G. H. Patterson of Lake Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nettles and Gurlfe Futch of Lawtey and Leo \ Electric Seri
with Mrs. M.
City spent Friday
Galia of Jacksonville.
noon. The tables were placed: in the Pacific: area M&J. Ralph H. son, Elbert, were visiting Mr. and ,
L., Johns.
4, ; , e the living room and >adjoining Cox came .by plane to Californiaand MrJ.; D. J. Nettles In Midway Sun- Helen Williams of Jacksonville
Lld' v r sunparlor where vases of exquisite arrived home Saturday. With ; Monroe Barr of Jacksonville day. Mr. Nettles returned home was a dinner( guest Sunday of 224 TEMPLE AVE.
k, d l: : rosebuds were noted. De: Mrs. Cox and their little daughters enjoyed hunting here Saturday.Bill with them for a visit. Audrey Crews. -
{ Williams and Bobby Crews :Mr. and Mrs. Jay Moody and Mr. Glover of Green Cove -
Jl -
d'V' d tense Stamp prize winners at this Mat Cox In with his! par'ents. --
.. meeting were as follows: High, Mr and :M'Ii': H.: Cox, I -- -
ij Mrs. Fielding Chapman; second here and with Mrs. Cox'o parents,
high :Mrs. Tom Conner and Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Silcox in
d'1 u a "bingo", Mrs. Robert Kite At Starke.
: the end of the games Mrs. Fan- During the past week-end visit-
WI t Cher served a salad course. ors of Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Yarborough -
were Mr. and Mrs. Al-
Sympathy l Is extended to Mr.
lid '' 4e2 wj and Mrs. Jim Griffis in the death bert Yarborugh of Gainesville and

tt, of their daughter, Edith, Satur- of Mrs Brooker.Gertrude Water and family WILL THERE BE A
day. December 8. Funeral arrangements -
jf are delayed pending Mrs. Bard Gale and daughter,
Sharon, of Palatka visited Mr. <
tad communications from brothers
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and Mrs. .t'
J. W.
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Woodward
who are In the U. S. Navy. from ",.

?, Mrs Nelle Beavers of Tallassee, Wednesday'until Sunday when ,
Mr. Gale and his mother Mrs. -
Ala.. Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. ,
Is. w N. North' James Gale, came for them and

;: s A, V J S-Sgt. Jack Bradley was the I I were here for the day.
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Markhamand
g ti'r t 1 guest of Jacksonville relatives for
Miss Bernice Dillon of Jack- STEEL ?
q" several days the early part of this STRIKE
; w1* week. sonville Savannah and Ga.Sherman, .were visitors Brown of of ::

John and Miss Chloe Dean
; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Markham .... .' .
Rivers of Keystone Heights spent ,
during the past week. . I
:, q4 the past week-end with Mr. and ;; J.
Week-end guests of Mr and '" '''
Mra. I. J. Williams. ) '; '/ .

d 4 Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Watkins Mrs.were A.Mr.C.and Davis Mra and J. B. Strick-family ';; .' \.":. I' ,''''' .. '.. '1' ;., ,r, '
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t ? spent last week-end with relative land and ,Johnnie -: ,, { ':
son of Graham ., \'f\! : \ '
In Jacksonville.Mr. """ and :Miss. Margaret Reddish of .;,};>, .. : .', ',.ti J' " .. ti.;. 't., iJ(" '.. .. .... ,,.,. ,. '.'';'')'I.g'Iil.J'; '.:: ;'
and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell Hellbronn S4ringd.r ." ,@l" ' 1 K 'I'tf..."."" ,
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4 Question. : What would be the general effect on the country uestlon: Why did they want a long-term contract?
: d/-oliday of a steel strike? -

Vnswer: In the Union's own words before the War Labor
,h' 1 Answer: Over 40 percent of all the factory workers in the Board "The Union's request for a, termination date of
fi fr ' cSE a'.o country earn their living by making steel into useful. October, 1946 is not made capriciously or pressed here
n .products for American life. A shut-down of the steel for bargaining purposes. It represents the consideredindustry
would be a disastrous blow to reconversion and view of the Union that only such a term will adequately
would cause a serious loss in both wages and industrial serve. the needs of. stability."
production at a time when they were most needed.
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.t'J;"." Question: Did the recent strike vote violate the contracts?

1""!:.',, 'f. .' Question: Is it true that the Steelworkers Union has ,

'. '', pledged itself not to strike? them.
violate
L 'H ..', : :Answer: No. Only an actual strike would

Answer: Yes. Every contract which the Union has signed -

this year with the various steel companies has a clause .
wherein the Union agrees not to strike during the life Question: Haven't there been strikes already during the
We are' back from the ':' of the contract. life of the contracts?

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r' %: 1) i National Convention Answer: Yes. There were 998 strikes in steel plants during

the past year alone. They were mostly local strikes
w Question: Are those contracts still In effect? which the Union characterizes as "wildcat," but they

;.r+, qi +' of Beauticians and are meant a big loss in production.
,.' Answer: Yes. They were signed in the spring'of 1945 to ,
. run .until October, 1946. .
i i :pleased to bring your .....

i. Question: Does the end of the war justify changing the

: $ '1' w the newest discoveries I '" contracts?
Question: Who signed for the Union? '

c j in the world of Answer: No. The bond was sealed on both sides and should
beauty Answer: Its international officials Philip Murray, Van be kept whether times be good or bad. The steel companies

d'd, Bittner Clinton Golden and others-and the local Union are continuing to live up to these agreements.If '
d just in time for the heads at the various plants. a strike is called it will be in clear violation of the

existing. contracts.
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'. : holiday round of social -

H Question: Is there no "escape e1auS ',' bywhich: either side ,

,, 'events. '''Every' woman could end the agreements? ., .,'. ,, A strike In the face of existing contracts would shatteragreements

.'"' ,. g-tenn' any confidence In the validity of uniOn in U
1. hewer: No. The' Union demanded as fixed, 1 Jon
I owes it to herself and contract and got it. .. steel industry.

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BRADFORD. OOtTNTVh _1tAPIL R'U.n. __. u
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Jeanette, DIxIe Lee and Betty rAom SEVEN ;;' ,,,

Griffis Dies Irene Griffin at home, and five There's A Little Boy or Girl You Can r .I .4

grief Illness brother, S 2-c AJonzo 'c riff is, Make Very Happy This Xmas, IF You Will I rCc,74'Jr4t8 zsu I

arlrtls, is-yearoldof aboard the USS Cottan at sea, ....- I IN THE SOUTHEAST
and rranceathe I S 2-c R. I* Grtrtla, USS Astoria -money, foodstuffs, More people drink Atlantic Ale and Beer than any other. L s''
James turkeys chickens -
Farm, died10IP1ta1 at see and Doyle Bobby and Billy ,_SUGGESTSWOULD .. a
State I Griffis at home. canned goods toys, dolls It must be... i.

there Saturday Date 01' the R goodies, or children's wearables of
services will be an- V 1
r an (illness of three every kind and size will be warm- '
had been an em- nounced later, pending the arrivalof ly welcomed and should be sent F ,
She Hospital at the brothers In the navy. 1 to The Children's Home Society of :
!he Station time.g :Miss Grlffla was a member of r.Q Florida, 403 Consolidated Building -
ng for some the Baptist Church. Her father Jacksonville or to any one
are her parents; six of Its five delightful Receiving
Whitehead, is a guard at the State Prison
111. I. B. Homes at Jacksonville, South a \Q ., i.
ftd Arlie Ma, Estene, Fars I I'IQ Jacksonville, Miami, Lakeland or + _

Pensacola.The ,
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Horn Society has had over :
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With five big families of orphan 1.500 homeless and needy little :

s GIFT SAVINGS at homeless, helpless and ones referred to Its care and studyso

e . needy children to provide Christ-: far this year, over 150 more ------

ables mas toys, dolls,, goodies, wear-; same than were period referred last year during, and the according AM-k A.1.1r-M-1-A,AW, cl__Cam,..Mw/W/ ,e.IM '
and
Tuckers Jewelers Christmas dinners for, to its long-time State
the Children's Home Society of Superintendent. Marcus C.

101 WEST CALL STREET Florida, generally regarded aa "Daddy" Fagg the Society la 4w' -:.___ _;. :- _". ';:;.: :.__2="__._....... 3'
"Florida's Greatest Charity" is genuinely in need of funds, food, -
asking for hundreds of good- and wearables, its entire' nonsectarian -
hearted men, women and children ,'I work being supported entirely
[Genuine Lucite DRESSER SETS to act as Santa Claus for these by voluntary contributions, (I. r'k
Were 18.50 to 28.50 little ones, many of whom have I no moneys being received from you like to. know how to .
never known a real Christmas, all either the State or Federal Gov-I a Cookie Christmas Tree I '?'
Now 9.95 to 15.00 of whom will be sadly grieved and ernment. with honest-to.goodneai cookie that t
you can eat M decorations Its
disappointed should they be over How about it? Will you act as eony to do, and the youngsters will Sun. Mon. Dec. 16 17
17-JEWEL, ANTIMAGNETIC looked on Christmas morn. Santa Claus for one or more ol"Daddy" be more than glad to lend a hand <
nr A."r r* i u I?:: c Anything that can be given In Fagg's little charges? wltb the trimming
..... Nancy Hnlmfla or the neat rood MISS"w
re I"a v. a JUNIOR
: I kitchen elves.you here a recipe for q
ere $65 Now $39.75 Letters To Santa Claus gun, and holster I. D. wants a Merry Christmas Cookies. She sue-

'" ' i ... -.. pistol marbles and a cowboysuit Beats that you let the small fry use Starring Ann
Heilbronn School for Christmas. Bring them their Ingenuity In cutting patternsout Peggy Garner & &
Fine Compacts by WadsworthWith of cardboard In the shape of a
some candy and fruit too. Sister
Dec. 10, 1945 church bell star; gingerbread man Cartoon and News Reel
Cigarette Case to Match Dear Santa Claus: wants a doll cradle, carriage and other designs. ;
and a teddy bear. I think that Your favorite gingerbread cookie 4 ;r
$5 to $15 Just a line to show you what I Is all. recipe will do for the little men and
want for Christmas. I would likea Your friend. you can decorate them with a mixture Tues. Wed. Thurs. Dec. 18 19 20
pretty doll and a doll bed and of confectioners sugar and
PEARLS 1, 2 and 3 Strand some candy. And a doll car Julia Dee Scott.Hellbronn milk. Mix the two Ingredients until
rlage. I want a story book anda they spread easily and apply witha "It's In The ,
$5 to $25We pair of, gloves for Christmas. School small paint brush. I I Bag"With
Dc. 10. 1945 Merry Christmas Cookies 't
| Carry A Full Line of Ladies' and Men's Your friend Dear Santa Claus: 1 eup ..1t&mlnl8eto cups siftedmargarine I
:Marian Norman, Just a few lines to let you hear enriched flour] .' ? f .ri
t cup 4 teaspoon '
BIRTHSTONE RINGSIn 3rd grade. from me. I want a bracelet, I eq.> ) baking: powder
story book and a sack of candy 1M .upl't i t i I teaspoon salt;tt I!: Fred Allen Jack Benny };
Solid Gold from $7.50 upLadies' Hellbronn School would be nice, some candy and flavoring .t I
Starke, Florida nuts for my Mama and Daddy. Cream margarine e and sugar together

Watches from $15 Dear Santa Claus: Buddy wants a football and a thoroughly.; Add eggs and. Robert Benchley ',
sack of marbles. I think a sack flavoring; beat well. Sift flour baking
I will write you a few lines to of candy would be nice. He wants powder. and salt together; threetimes. '

RISTMAS:\ SPECIAL 17- JEWEL HARMAN let you doll hear from me. I want a some nuts for :Mama and Daddy. and mix Add thoroughly.flour mixture Roll gradually dough: Also "Crime Doesn't Pay" Short
big for Christmas and
a ring I have to close '
now. By-by. thin on floured board. Trace boll-
Watches too. :My sister wants a doll, too. and Cartoon
nagraph - - - 42.50 GeraldIne Carter, day patterns on dough with sharp '
I think a bracelet and a sack of Your friend, knife. Bake on greased cookie sheets ,.. .

\\RRYl We Still Have A Few Waterman candy would Your be nice friend for her. 4th grade. In until hot light oven ((400 brown*F.)around 6 minutes edges.or, 1=:::=: = ......., ';'"";.. ;- ....

Winnie -- Cool. Add milk gradually to H Ib.j
Pen and Pencil Sets Left Hodges
Hellbronn School r4
4th confectioners sugar: mix until I ,
grade Starka, Florida spreading consistency. Tint' half ay',,

TEDDY BEARS, DOLLS, DOGS Heilbronn School Dear I would Santa like Clans to have a bee-bee leaving wIth food some coloring.unfrosted.Frost If desired.cookie., WEST END GROCERY & MARKETMADISON & A&

Were $3 to $14.95 Now $1.00 to $7.50 Dec. 10, 1945 gun wagon football and Gene When frosting sets, decorate cookies
Dear Santa Claus I with melted chocolate using a One
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Autry suit, and two guns, a pony STARKE. FLA.
GIVE A GRUEN THIS CHRISTMAS I want a B. B. Gun. I think paint brush. To string cookies for
and marbles. '
and saddle some We Deliver
the Christmas tree use a darning Large or Small Orders
that will
be for this
enough Please do not
forget the childrenIn needle threaded with heavy thread.
Save Up To 50% By Shopping At Christmas. I wish you a Merry Holland. and puncture cookie near top.

DKUCKER'S THIS CHRISTMAS Christmas Year. and a Happy New Warren Your friend Johns Yield! ; About. t,doseD cookie*, f"-' 'PLENJTYpOP; GRADE.. A %BE '" :'hl 1

Watch & Jewelry Repairing Your friend 3rd ,rade. Friday & Saturday Only:0... .".-.. .

Sidney demons. Let Us Do Your "I Certified Oleo' _?.-,- Ib 23e

'- Heilbronn School Rent Office ChangeC. YM A C Friday & Saturday Only ..t ( 4iy

Starke, Florida Fresh Spare Ribs ?-- __ H> 23c ,
Dear Santa Claus M. Taylor, local rent control A, m n u ---
: representative has been trans- Grade "A" Rump Roast Ib 32c"'
Will you please bring me a doll ferred to Jacksonville Miss Jean
for Christmas with brown eyes Adklns Clerk Is keeping the office BAKINGCOOKIES Grade "A" Chuck Roast --------b'. '
hair? I think some
and yellow
candy and cocoanuts would be open until a new representative Grade "A" Rib Stew __-________________...;., tb.22c'u .
can be sent here. "
nice. I Grade "A" T-Bone Steak 49c"
Your friend *
wy illr4t Katie Hodges YOU ARE NEEDED In the Grade, "A" Club Steak ?-__ : _....'. Ib 49'c' I k T ',

4th grade. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.N Pork Hams, Whole or Half ___,_;u__-: _-*..Ib35c;= j

Heilbronn School PIES Pork Shoulders Whole or Half <.___:i: Ib 29c ;i

Dec. 10, 1945 o T I c KIN Red Fryers, Dressed & Drawn _____________ ,Ib'62c h
Dear Santa Claus: COtTNTY JUDOH'H! COURT FOB ,
I want a football and a sack of BRADFORD Re: Entat COUNTY.of David FLORIDA.IN Wayne. Beautifully Decorated Red lIens, Dressed & Drawn _______________ Ib 52c ,";
R A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS candy. Moore, Minor. Birthday Cakes Homemade r
NOTICE I Ie hereby given than on ;;
Jimmle Your friend Reddish will the apply 15th day to the of Honorable January 194 E. ,K.I Our Specialty Sausage, Smoked & Fresh -_________ Ib ,40c
Perryman County Judge of Bradford .
4th grade. We Have A Limited Supply of Bacon
County Florida at his officeIn -
\ - the Courthouse In Starke, for
R THE CHILDREN Heilbronn School permission to Hell certain lands In LAPPE BAKERY Place Orders Now for Xmas Turkeys '
which the above named minor has I'
Dec. 10, 1945 an Interest In Bradford County j
Stuffed Toys Claus Florida and described an follows,
Santa :
Dear to-wit: Lot Twelve (IS) and Thirteen -
Guns Just a few lines to let you ((13)) and Fourteen (14) ofIUn..k
know what I want for Christmas. Sixteen (K) of Llvingaton.Truby ,
Dolls & Cradles . I: want a bicycle, ring, bracelet the Town and Company'of Stark-Addition Bradford to
I ye.) County Florida In West half of
locket. Some fruit and
and a
Wagons : ? NEK of Section 88,. Township t NOTICEOn
nuts. I think a dresser set wouldbe South, Range 22 East; said sale to
1* .
Rattles, nice. be private Sale.Margaret
I
Moore a* Guardian.
;
::!;:'I'* Neal wants a rifle, marbles 12.14 4t 1.4
Dresses -, s'" ,
Robes & Booties
,wygypye several different occasions recently I have been ask'k'
Shirts & . y .i kP
Sweaters; ; :;r..::". EXTRA FINE BREADI ed by some of my customers if it was true that I was go- ; ,

R THE LADIES "'."' ing to close my warehouse ,and discontinue the selling of .' ,

r :-C Wilson and Toomer fertilizers and Tuxedo feeds, as this

Dresses was being told all over the county. I want my friends

Hosiery. <; '11. \lY.":",r... and customers to know that this is a false rumor and that -

LI gerle" :( -lIi. ., rJftItle. I have no idea of closing. I will have a good supply of '

*LinensJewelry'' ""' ',.: _r tJtJt: fertilizer available to take care of my customers and urge

: :. : .. ft1 you to place your orders early in order'that I will be able "'

: eIS V Y to make deliveries promptly. .. .
,
.
R ;
THE MEN : fL ."

Ties'f.f .... ',. C ; tJ'ffl.e ALSO II HAVE A CAR OF CERTIFIED IRISH POTATO ,

: ,, SEED THAT WILL ARRIVE ABOUT THE JOT!! OF JAN-
Belts t:'J.t11' ,.
,.#../ .-' UARY. THIS STOCK IS FRESH AND ARE WESTERN
*
Billfolds. SEED. PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW.I .
Cigarette. Lighters f
J WITH FULL-STRENOTH FRESH YEAST
HELP
Shaving Kits Watch QUICK Fleischmann's active fresh Yeast go right to Wish To Take This Opportunity To Express My Best

work-help give your bread more delectable flavor, Wishes For A Merry Christmas And- A Prosperous

finer, smoother texture every time.IF I New Year


YOU BAKE AT HOME, be wire to get FleischmannVi -

fresh Yeast with the familiar yellow labeL Dependable CARL JOHNS DISTRIBUTOR OF

_America's favorite yeast for more

81xtCt than 70 years.

Wilson & Toomer Fertilizers, Tuxedo Feeds f

Formerly Gislain's \ /I 7fr4atpu2pA

Phone 45 Starke, Fla. ii!
153 West Call Street

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t piO1C RIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TKLKGKMPtt. 8TABKK. FLORIDA tFItiDAY DECI:'MB .1.
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,1 __ BRADFORD
IN nnrriT COI-HT. BRADFORD m riRcrir covtrr. .
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L rorTV, FLOHIUAt HI CHANT:[ (4)1'1TY ri.OMIDA| IN! CHANCfecUnHarrl '
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Cella CICilY.AI. et. .1oel"oll,. Plaintiff v... I,, :! Kaplan Plaintiff, va., I II '
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kW h16'1 Jellies From Your Own Pantry Shelf Julius 4243. Joel,on, Defendant. Cane No. Harry. 4144.Kaplan, efendant. CaaNo. '

ORDER OP Pt'BCICATlON I OF PUBLICATION-
ORDER

i '; ,, Make a Special Christmas Greeting STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Julius I'. HTATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA! TO APPEAR to:. Harry Of <<;""t5AT
v !t'tirY Joelnon, whose residence and ad. whose.residence: and ad. ;
arena i la. 4100 P/&uldlnff Avenue). KaPlanl{IK,,2823 W.at Slit Street, PliN1'l
Efonz. New York. Urooklyn New YorK. %
I You are required to appear on You are required to appear on S' till
January II, IMS. In the above January II. 11148. In the above ,
named Court and cause, wb.relnI named Court and cause wher..lnplaintiff ) .
4 plaintiff ....k. divorce and euntody reeks divorce, restoration
t e' I and control of minor child. Brad i of maiden: name and custody of
I minor child,, Bradford :
shall
ford County Telegraph pub. countyTelegraph
H ht ( ,b Rich this Order In next four weekly shall publish. this V
lanuea.Wttnean. In next four weekly lasnea.
my hand and ltI.'ta1II'eal Witness my hand and official
at Starka Florida, this. December seal. at Stark. Florida, thla tie.
II, IMS. ember. 12 uu.OF1"ICIAL .
t OFFICIAL.0EAL) AS.; Thomas, ( SEAL! ) A. J. Thomas. TittfOtt.
Aa Clerk oQ said Court.T. Aa Clerk of Bold Court.
tJ ( ii Frank rflndrum Htarke. Florida I T. Frank IjindrumStarke, Florida
( Atty. for Plf. 12-14 4t 1.. Atty for Plf. 12-14 4t 1-4

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? _ Sandwiches of All Kinds .Our Specialty . i



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LOTS of people on your Christ Measure sugar Into dry dish and STEAKS CALL STREET
is ; : Homemade Jelly this ,
year Measure juice Into a S- to 4-o.uart
.' SET
Sad certainly there' no more appropriate saucepan and place over hottest
tdr t r I reads make useful and beautiful well, and continue stirring until make a leather: hOlster
Cttto. Try putting them In attractive mixture comes to''a hard boll. At what you ou k 17; belt and shoulder with i m
q y'' woven container so the jelly once pour In sugar, stirring con Reallstlo itru.
Class can go directly on the table. P1astto.JWlo
stantly. Continue stirring. J1 t 'Ba

" ,( i luau ether of delicious homemade goodies spreads are even and I bolt Bring hard to H a minute.full rolling boU and of it that counts! c a.

More welcome .when they are
yr, IIItted In useful containers such as Remove from fire, skim, pour Four Feet
quickly. Paraffin hot jelly at once. Longl
: s sewing basket, cookie Jar or a rfipiii-
,wooden salad bowl. Makes about 7 glasses ((6 fluid
1 a Have you always thought you ounces each). /
'
1' 7 1, needed fresh fruit for jams and TANGERINE JAM ..right. down
Jellies Why It's only a matter of 1 ."! A
SU cup prepared fruit sweet, lovable doll with composition head, -_ .
t l f' ninnies these days to turn un- 0 cupa sugar arms and lees.
Sweetened canned juices and dried t cups light corn syrup. f1I1 Shell look wonderful under the tree on Christmas:Eva ba
traits Into perfectly delicious home- 1 bottle Fruit pectin

*l Ixp', I wade spreads. And !It'. economical, To prepare fruit, peel 8 to 10 ct-> DOLL
k 1 Soo. because-you can make seven gerlnes and dice pulp. m 11 I 2.08
1 ,rrIS"!, r m ( l whole glasses of perfect Cranberry Measure sugar and prepared fruit DOLL SULKY .5-Unit
P ..d Fresh Orange Jelly using a box Into large kettle, mix well aid BASSINET I 08 ; Train
11 .
ttI
H c r powdered fruit pectin and only bring to a full rolling toil over hot. l.OU as.1"Over trom ;
1 I rha + *A, cups of sugar. And If you like test fire. Stir constantly before and y C+ oabooeelAetardllpma
r .gerlne.-you.1I like them In jam while boiling. I train with
-they're simply delicious and the Boll hard 1 minute. COupJers, matq

mfi P fl 4 it toih fruit these Is so easy .to prepare. Try Remove from Mrs and stir ill bob>
recipes.CRANBERRY
,t tied fruit pectin. Then stir and
ts t{ I ? tl jo AND FRESH skim by turns for Just 5 minutes to
ORANGE JELLY cool slightly, to prevent floating 'Six Hundred fxper/men/f// PEG
IHevpe ranned sugar1ya . fruit. Pour quickly. Paramn hot Jamat NO MATTER HOW YOU FIGURE, w
9 ? ij I*cup fresh "anberrr.Ju''trained(' once. Makes about 11 glasses (. NAIL
ARITHMETIC! '
' ,1 box powdered fruit pectin/ I IVlllt't'IT fluid ounces each), IT'S GOOD, SOUND PLAY

t IF Of course'you'd rather have $4 for every $3 you TABLE
I" COiritT. BRADFORD named Court [ BOW have. Thai's what you'It have, too, for every$3 ;
' 9 ,1 ' }t ,,-OtI.MTV, FLORIIpA/" 11IA>. plaintiff seeks und divorce cauae.and wherein custody you Invest la Victory Bonds today end hold until they 'lrlqI WI :
&KY. and control of the safest investment in the world. Even
4g minor child. Brad. mature. Its
,.
:{t .0.'i4rrP# ''u.a Kranolleh. Plalntlfl#, I
r va. John
f n G south Defendant. Ca.a No. ford County Telegraph ahall pub. though! the Victory Loan Campaign is over, yourgovernment
1 Fr lush this Order In next four weekly needs your purchase oj Victory Bonds.
Issues( ..' . .NOW. 1.98
N, ORDER PtTnr.rCATIO-l- Buy more Lionel '
r'' I t AND NOTICE TO APPEAR WltneH my hand and official Chemistry Set 8.75
ty TATC OF FLORIDA to; John Seal at Btarke Florida, this December : Marvelously This wonderful ttbli l r
complete set Of famous ttonel Has eludes ,
1 .naliclV.' *t Mlrhael Franl>lh'b, 12 1W. .. quality pegs hemmer U4
+ v. '. 'tall. at 8lo Nenadlch, poeta (OFFICIAL SEAL!: ) A. J. Thomas, 111M111 VLOHID,t. pom Bur COHt.-.n: .Q clallDJ1callo, teat tubes balances Auks, vto'Alffff % 320pail *' V board for ntllloc art
rr e ,1 (*- Ofru of) MMlnnkn, Inland of Aa Clerk of said Court.T. I 1. lDaDuaL Oonus in .ft troiitfwood frame cbmft.: nanunerlne.
A
Y1 + &M. Cotmtfr of Yua-o Jdlavla. A "
i Ton are required' to appear oa Frank Landrum, Starke. Florida sanus
)llj I P a;p s Jaunty It, JIM 8, In the above Atty. for Plf. 11-14 U 1-4 :'
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jJ... lr"1" \If(.. ,1.98 PASTRY feRtdem'r 0
SHOULD B E PRACTICAL
\ tL HM.sprfnjr dial with DumSET J I9 TRUCKS
.... bars and letters Just like A whale of a truck Eii
\\ the crown-nps' phonos. Has eTerjrthJn.-from a roll metal bearings In ill what,

(. ) : ( "'.f/ 111. at s Why We Urge' You T o. Give Clothes '. ing pba to a 'eCIJIO.book.. About tires feet long



'' 1 .L: Strong' and Durable a

} ROBES MEN'SSport COATS { Built to Last Cuts as Can B.la


Jackets 13.95
f
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Hats - 3.25 & 4.00 FABRIC r> << :eQ



t v Dress Pants 4.50 18.50I S 8.98
1 IS X $ a up nch. Mft HikeCHILD5

un Wheelbarrow A Foar-Wheel CHAIR 1.08
;' I OTHER ff -mnZ P.h&l141e< makes the dol"
.
a AH Types of Dolls "-. V jaw, move He's a big fellow Cheerful, colorful VatiM
StUh h4 and blu. with -H Inches long design. Well made. r"htl

;" FOR HIM Make Your Selection Sport cIH&IdNfpot.fZiaqdos. ,-' helfctt.

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6.50 ',,' Early. Use Our Lay- Coats << Hi'/// Look.Wend rfid r *,.the CkrMmat_ Tn. :S, lUAGIC

''' Away PlanBEDROOM SLATS
SS-sprrssprs r JV JV 3V JV rs ra r rs u
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1 12.95 .
HER' "

t FOR .. SLIPPERS ,\ Gt",e"' walking 08'


-L V r 4. ;'! Lovely : l 19.50 ';\ Ott DOG. Nr'


..t Chenille Robes ( it f
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; 7.75 nor : Lift tip lye She !m4wrttfag
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pyl.t
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I DRESSES: PaU the string and .. walks aloof, as nice a ttttte pet all
. : ( our saw, I Seven and a half-Inch height. ,

Children'sRESSES .., *.. I .. l\\''Large Variety ''re "
r .a; 4
For Entire Family i' Fun i Ai 1I S.w.nt..n Inth

D SIZES _
::1'b'' V 1.45 to 2.75 to 'Select From

1 1.85 9 to 52 I RING TOSS Pert*!*'
; to 2.95 All Kinds, from Fancy to Plain -.
:I and Practical Anlnd*
r f. 1.29

vEVERY .., .: ..
', ,: Helps develop skill and pro. 98
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DAY IS
ri BARGAIN DAY AT LAALnSlEOS'The Tides fun aplenty toot Has }f'
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three pegs of assorted sires *cog
two baseboard and , beatltUil
font and
there's a tic
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Hats rope quoits.. ribbon BOW tied under tk.g '}


JP ' STAR STORE : Skirts .-'- "" ._- .t cute cuddly.MOTORS little. chin eon "* V


>,Y Blouses


M l1- .. I.. Bags r rI 600 Temple- !J., P.Ave. ROBERT'S .ST ARKE, FLOR!




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Section Two ,',




Rulers BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH





Official County Publication I'atabUshed In 1877BTARRE


A 1 =___ __ FiARiDA.FRIDAY:-DECEMBER 14.1945. _ :I f',11' ,? ' .
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ri? y a r ONE FARM NOTESConservation Four Power Berlin Control

h WCMANS C.PBN1ON

Son Program Anxiously Watched By WorldUnder
By Bytes ROM. tween manufacturers and union Every farmer who has carried
leaders.; out practices for payment In the
Not long ago someone aent mea Soil Conservation program thlllveal'
These men go to send a telegram ,eom,
cartoon with the
notation that should office
come to this
rl It might interest me-and Indeed and are told "I'm sorry without delay make his report four-power Allied control. Berlin may provide the
It did, and does more and more There will be an indefinite deta"'T'here's'a and sign Application for Payment. proving ground for the successful operation of the United'

as the days go by. It showed a strike I in New York Election of Conunlttromen Nations Organization on which the future peace of the world,
to call the
and
They place a
try
man in clothes
working with his The Annual election of County ,
operator informs them thaithere's lepends.
pockets bulging with money and Committeemen I in the Soil Conservation -
he was labeled "Strikes", He had a walkout In Chicago! andit program will be held 'in f'.r'
will be six or seven hours before Confronted with the stupendous task of governing Berlin ?
his
arm around
a wounded veteran I the court room Saturday, Decem-
who was an amputee, lean. they can get it through. Is ber 22 at 10:00: A.t. AU who under the multiple handicaps of language difficulties ideologIcal

Ing on rutches. In the back It any wonder that they sometimes participate in the Soil Conservation differences and procedural snarls Allied commandersand

ground stood the mills and factories TYet openly express their disgust proaram.In the county are their subordinates are making Herculean efforts. to succeed. ,
M that had employed so many urged to be present. and cast a !. -
,. tu'3 ? during I the war. The striking the CIO end General Mo- vote
Q gRNM worker was saying to the soldier, tors battle and what has been accomplished ,
At
that time, the Soil Conser- And If they can make a success'
f qt4 "We back you, son". ? For weeks these vation program for 1048 will be el the Berlin operation they can "Beyond the small patches of
M This cartoon held significance workers have been Idle. demand- discussed. All are Invited to at- extend It to all Germany Europeand present agreement stretch the
enough at the time but now the ing a 30 percent raise. It wouldbe tend. eventually the world in the great open spaces of the limitless $
strikes are even worse. There very nice if everyone could Buy Fertilizer Early opinion of J. P. M A ory, expressed future where the Americans and
was a letter with the cartoon. It have it, but what about the other We have It from good authority In an article in the December the British are groping, the Frenchare
i., was written by a soldier and said: people--the ones who aron't work- that there U a serious shortage In Issue of Cosmopolitan mag- griping and the Russians are 'r'sfc'
Ing at high-paying jobs. Whatif ( "
certain atlne. grouping.
"I am stationed at a POE fertilizer elements, especi- I tI
the soldiers had struck for a
ally potash and Nitrate of Whether the operation will One of the important factors 4 ,
Camp Patrick: Henry, Va., and it raise over there? What would Sodas
is an every day occurance for me Those farmers Who' buy their fertilIzer prove successful is still undeter- which Is helping the situation Is l!
1 b to see the men who are returningfrom they have got?--only their heads during December and Jan- .In.Ined but underlying the entire the realization by the Americana '
are blown otto Had the sailors struck uary will be able to get what they effort is a terrible urgency, In the that the Russians are born traders
overseas. They very they'd he resting in Davy Jones'locker want but those who wait until opinion of the writer, who states according to the writer. '
of the
peace of the world may depend on bow well the four men oven in their opinions here way and or If they had survived February or later may be left out. in part! I "The Russian like good '
u pictured In the December issue of Cosmopolitan maga- things are going on,over they would have been tried as Most of the fertilizer i "Are they working together It any
yt failure rest the future of they don't like it a bit. But aren't our men In mix companies be horse trader, asks for more than
together, On their success or may traitors. a special tobacco fertilizer would misleading to say yes,
ted Nations Organization..They are General Eisenhower (top I "Since the war my family and the Army and Navy as Americanand using sulphate of potash. I do period. It would be equally misleading he expects to get. If you give It to

arlhal Zhukoff (top right). Field Marshal Montgomery (bot- my home have been broken up have as much right to exercise not believe you will find eitherof to say no, exclamation him right, off, it disconcerts him ; rand
[ bottom right). but for the war I don't think the meaning of freedom as the U would be candid
i wand) _General_ de.:Ta signy,.! and companies who expect to point. to say he secretly despises you for 4
it would have happened. I don'tmind any war worker? have any sulphate of potash after that from the highest level of policy being too easy. Like the Oriental
C\RL W BROWN major battles and was on the Elbe being In the Army becauseI If prices are 110 high and the the first or middle of February. i making to the lowest level of he Is not interested In merely selling o
M FURLOUGH River In Germany when the war feel it is my duty to do all I cost of living mounting so rapidly Take warning tobacco growers operation there is a terrible ur. you something; he wants to '

Il8 with the 29th ended. He was awarded the can but I have no family now that war workers, who make the and jet your fertilizer early. gency. "We must get along together spend delightful hours haggling<
months Purple Heart for shrapnel wounds and a lot of the fellows' who are highest wages In the country, Loan To Farmers ; we cannot afford to fail. We He does not understand compromising
]Division. in the EuropeanS Brown I received in action. At the expiration coming back are'Just like I am. can't meet them what Is the rest The usual sources of govern must agree to agree: Are there any to save time; he does under
Carl W. 'of his furlough, Sgt. Brown Those who have fought are won- of the nation to do( ? The coat of ment loans to farmers are avail- violent agreements? Few-in the stand bargaining to make a profit
turday to spend a 90daywith plans to re-enlist In the Army. dering If this Is what they fought living Is as great for one as it is able for next season-The Farm limited areas where you would ex- We need not revise our estimate) of J
his parents, Mr for. Some of them don't feel it's for another. How is the service Security, the Emergency Crop pect them, where the more obviousemergency the Russian merely re-examine our
ell-
. A. W. Brown of h o JOINT THE CHAMBER OF been worth It. : man's family to survive this catastrophe Loan and the Production Loan 1 I measures must J>e takento definitions In other words stop,
tings. COMMERCE and help build i l "Seeing and mixing with these I ? The wives cannot all Association make the city and country function thinking of him as a tough customer -

Brown fought In three Starke. men as I do, I know how they i work. There are many women Those who need money to finance on the lowest level of bare exis and accept him for what heisa I

feel and I don't believe they are such as I with small children to the production of crops tance. _bad L bargainer.. __ _
going\ to tolerate this situation I care for who cannot work and next year should make applicationto .n n
'
I longer. America had better wake yet. If cost of living goes much either of these loan agencies Harold and Henderson Bone, all'I tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County
BSGRANSFER up." higher how are we to survive? If at an early date so that they may I of Jacksonville were visiting in I Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
Of course, this is only one sol inflation sweeps the country we be able to buy their seed and,fertilizer next four weekly leeuee.
this section Mr. Griffisanil
dier's opinion, but then he I.speaklnR' is are at a loss to know what to early. For further Information -i. recently. Wltneea my hand and official seal ?,
Henderson fleece have Just at Stark., Florid. ,. thl 1tI, December
,
the truth. call
who
,
do. Our husbands are over on us.
.
,
.. 6. 11'I. ,
COMPANY been discharged from.service. /1' .
_Imagine fighting enduring fleas"or away from home cannot At. f
(OKFtCf SB ) A. 3.TKomae.
the wind, rain and snow; help. It will be up to the women . . S e . . . Leslie Gllsson of Starke was A. dork of mid Court.
dirt and grime and mud eating C alone. visiting In this section Sunday. T Frank Landrum Htarke. Flu.Attr. .
for Pit. n., 4t U-ll
HAULING
CAL & LONG, DISTANCE BoatdrainBy
or K rations, dodging bullets and President Truman has worked I Remember Sunday School and
all the other things that go with hard and done well since he has church services each Sunday
PHONE 179 winning a war only to come backto been in office and has shown re- Mrs. Z. Z. Griffla morning at 10:30: and BTU at 3

what you, think the golden markable Intelligence In some of . . . . . . p. m. Everyone is Invited to at- CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION
RANK BROADWAY' L. M. GAINES land God's country a free coun- tend.
his decisions but I believe that If Rev. and Mrs. Curtis Harris and, N
try and find a battle raging be- Roosevelt had been In office he children Wanda, Myrna and Ken- IN CIRCUIT COI'IIX BRADFOim

would have intervened a long time eel of Green Cove Springs and R. COUNTY.. FLORIDA IN
ago and told them where to get J. Andrews of Lake Butler and Noah Veue'L Plaintiff. vs, Ooldl.
J off. Mr. and Mm. Lamberth of Beth- Mae Whit. Feuer, Defendant. Case .
No. 4X12.OROICR.
These people who are strlk- any were Sunday dinner guests of OF PUBLICATION Phone 64
-- Mr. and Mrs. AND NOTIC1D! TO APPEAKHTATH
have all been working and earn- Ralph Galney.
ing top wages ever since the war MIllS Opal,MorreH was an over- Mae White OF F.u.r FLORIDA, whoa tot r..nol.M.noe began. The soldiers who are night guest of MlM' Lucille Sweatin and addrean te % Ueorffe White OnTIEIJIINITSERVICE
4f1. Perry Htreet Portsmouth, Vlr-
Starke .
overseas and Just now returning Friday.Mr. Blnla.
TOYSTO would be glad to get these jobs,, and Mrs. Dan Boree, Mr. You are required to appear on
and JoI.... Joe January 7, 1MB, In the above named
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to them about. ,
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BRADFORD COCNTT' TELEGRAPH. 8TARKK. FXOKIDA Fn.mAY I
>Q.1GIC TWO DP _
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I 'I '''.. ,' "-- -- with his mother Mrs. J. P. Dick tltf Telegraph reeks divorce.shall publish Bradford thla/ County Order I property. State In of the Florida County, to-wlts of Bradford. -

!noon. He spent 'one. year overseas In. next four weekly !Irruea. 1 Wtt of SISH of NE%, Sec. !a.
I ,t. s I on Okinawa. AI his friends Witness mY hand' and official sealat Twp 8 8, R. 22 ]B., containing 80scree
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SERVICE -PARADE
'. :a i Jiii.i r welcome him back. I b 1945.Starke, Florida this December. I The, assessment more or !lesa.of the said prop FOR R .

',. n i $ + _-- - -- -_ --- -- Friends of Truman Dickinsonare (OFFICIAL SEAL said )Court.A. J. Thomas.As I'erty under the cold certificate Issued
Clerk of APARTME
w. waa In the name of Frank ;
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f and able Starke, Fla.
glad to see him up II. O. Brown
\ 1,, 1t'' ,, HFC RESSIB B. ANDERSON SGT. REDDISII DISCHARGED NEW ADDRESSES Atty. for Plf. lE-7 U "-M Stern. OR Roojg8CARL
to go back to school. Unless said certificate shall be
i HACK FROM IIUKMA AT DREW: FIELD OP SERVICE MEN redeemed according to law the

''l'' With the presentation of their T Clifton B. USA Rex Brooklns and Jean Adkins I. APPLICATION FOR property deacrlbed therein will be II EAT
; 1 Il, , After1 two years of aervlce In -Sgt. Hayes, NOTICI3 OF
of attended i sold to the highest bidder at AND
, a i Hampton prayer, TAX UEKDMrnate the
honorable disc h certificates 1I0T
arc Recruiting Sta., Grand Junction, courthouse door "on
the
4 I Burma and India Pfc Resale; B. meeting Wednesday night. (! Hill No. 183) the first WATE
at Drew Field on Dec. 7, Sgt Carl Colo. IS HEREBY GIVEN courthouse door on the first
,"../ "t ,, I Anderson' was discharged Saturday Jesse Reddish and Cpl. Madson D. I We are glad that Lloyd Alford. That NOTICH Donald Stern holder of Tax 1946 which la the 7th day of January Day or
f I ' .' ,ICI at Camp Blanding. He wears Pvt. Jaa. I. Baxter, 3443 Ord. Hall bet'! Certificate No. 1041 !I."ued the 7th 1948. Weekry Rat
f'S f ; Warren of Starke completed 37 Matnt. Co., APO C03. SF, Calif. and Bobby are getlng day of August/' A. D. 1933. has filed I Dated ''this 6th day of December,
N i4- r'ti the Asiatic-Pacific ribbon with months of service In the armed ter every day. I same In my office and has made 1945. -
+ In'' Pvt. J. W. Andrews, Jr., Co. A, tax deed to be (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas
1 f'. r k two battle stars, and has been forces. Appreciation for their ser Our roads are being worked. application for Said a certificate embraces Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford liaq SWhat
the Army three He Is the AST-SCSU 1149, Yale University, Issued thereon. County, Florida127 4t 12-28 City ,,
1 years. vices as airplane mechanics was How we wish they could be pav-I the following; described
) eon of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Anderson New Haven, Conn.
the
k 4f, expressed by commanding: ed. It would be much better for ...
t-'r\ i>l, ,, iyr' of Lawtey and the brother of general who cold "Tou have help Cpl. Leon Rosenberg, 286 Joint the school children. -- -

.' '" .;, ''' t;' I, Mrs. A. H. Henry and Mrs. Claude ed to make it possible for the Assault Big. Co., Fort Ord, Calif Aunt Ida Hagan has turned the

', # Rowe of Starke. aerial combat arm to contribute Pvt. John O. Sapp, Sta. Comp. news over to Irene Cochrane. She Y

,', ,a Immeasurably to victory." H. A. Ser. Det, Sect. T, Camp hopes to do as well as Aunt Ida. e a
\;i' .4 "II J SGT. WILLIS DISCHARGED I Stoneman Calif.J. .
Pittsburgh
; Mrs. Mae Wease Deese; Kenney
I g AT FT.' DOUGLAS UTAH '
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PFO JACKSOmAWARDED
c. : Thomas and Mrs.. C. A. Beck-were
R. Odom. OM 3-c, RSN 3002
\ Y C ;, !S x Sg-t John C. Willis/ son of Mr. PURPLE IIEART
visiting Mr. >and Mrs. I R. Brittat
''ti FPO,-SFr Aa1lf.- *
and Mrs. Albert WilUa of Ora.1.
The Purple Heart for wounds .
\ A. P. Leach, Ch. Mach.. USS Lake Geneva Friday.
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.1. r q. f' ham.wae discharged "on Dec. 2 at received In action in the European
Miss Edmondson of
1., ATR-95, FPO, 8F. Calif. Patsy
i' ; \ Fort Douglas, Utah after 37 Theatre, was presented to Pfd
Starke afternoon
Pvt. David W. Green, S spent Thursday
' Sqdn. ,
l rr I ''months of service with.1080.Base William T. Jackson recently informal I
S with Miss Hazel
' Brks. 629. Chanute Field. HI. Phillips.
,' f! Unit, Kearns! Utah. His wife, :
ceremonies at General
t 1 r Battey Mrs. Parnell and children and
Cpl. Jas. G. Griff, 375 T. C.
: 4, : i. Cora Lee lives at Oraham also.. Hospital in Rome, Ga. The Lovlier Gift .
Op. 67 'T. C., Sqdn. Tach.. AAB, Mrs. W. W. Packham were shop .
: 23-year-old infantryman, son of HonshU APO 710. SF, Calif. ping !in Starke Saturday morning. THAN

: ' Mrs. Carl Jackson of Starke, was Pvt. Ralph K. Starling, lit F Sewell Thomas is spending this A BEAUTIFUL j
Beware wounded near Ho Luxem
' Coughs lngln, & B. Co., HAS Bn., 8th Ser. week with Mr. and Mrs. L. R.
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..Ck'i while
o'r 80th
bourg serving with the
Britt and in Lake
Regt. FPO, SF, Calif. Lacy Thomas Maple
from colds (Blue Ridge) Division.
1 common{ Pvt. James C. Porter, CasualCo. Geneva.

'l Jackson has Just been placedon 5, APO 21320, SF, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Hayes of
:. That Hang On temporary duty at his home Macon Ga.
were visiting Mr. and
rl oV r, r_ .' ; here for 32 days to aid In his re- r . . . . . Mrs. J. C. Cochrane Thursday BedroomSuit
Oreomulslon relieves promptly because cuperation. He has four brothers
'I l '$ It toes right to the seat of the In the service W. M. Jack- afternoon
i : S-Sgt. Theressa W. C. Burton visited -
trouble to help loosen and expel of Graham
,< I ion, with the 31st Division E. B.
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4 ' germ laden phlegm and aid caturo friends of Theressa Sunday and
"+ to soothe and heal raw, tender Inflamed Jackson Chief Petty Officer in By Irene Cochrane
talk at
a
; gave very Interesting
i'4' a bronchial mucous mem
the Jackson
S-Sgt. R.
l.v branes.Tell your druggist to sell you Navy; C. e . e e . e . Christian Endeavor. Reasonably
Priced
i r ,war RI'M a bottle of Creomulalon with the understanding with the Air Corps: and EnsignR. Don't forget to attend Christian At
r i you must like the way it P. Jackson with the Merchant BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR
( 4 quickly allays the cough or you are Marine. CARLIE A1AK HALL, Endeavor on Sunday night at 7:30:
i s '' I to have your money back. and prayer meeting on Wednesday $149.50

:"" CREOMULSION USE Mrs. Bill Hall entertained recently night at 7:30.: .

with a birthday party In ..011" I ..
it o for Coughs Chest Colds Bronchitis I.v: cinrriT COURT, nRAIFOADCOItNTY
666 honor of her daughter Carlie Mae. FLOR1llAIN: c.'JI NCICRY. .

+ Outdoor games were played around Elizabeth. Moore Dunn, Plaintiff> vs. MAY 'WE SUGGEST, . A CHAIR FOR DJ!
I ..
I. an open fire. The dining
Charles E. Dunn, Jr., Defendant. .
Cold Preparations room was decorated with red Ca.e No. 4217.ORDEH Constructed

Mqald-Tublrlii-ftiilve-Nose> UropaCAVTIONi roses and Carlie Mae received OF PUBLICATION Magazine Racks 5.95 With +1
AND NOTICE TO AI'PBAR - - -
I VseonlrAs Directed : many nice gifts. Hot chocolate, STATE OF FLORIDA to Charlea, Springs !I ji
rP4' d cake, cookies and crackers were E. Dunn, Jr., whose residence InWlllacoochee ? "
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> Georgia.'
served to the guests. You appear I Stands 8.75 '
are required to on Maple Smoking - '
$12.50 to
January 7, 1946, In the above nam '
B. M. Blankenshlp has received ed Court; and cause, wherein/ plaintiff
eeekn divorce. Bradford County 36.50
4 his discharge.[ He was in the Pacific Telegraph hall publish thiN OrderIn d Wall Pictures -' 5.25 to6.50 ?
e 7 s for a good while. He is next tour weekly Issue
i Wltnena hand and oftlclal Heal
my
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*' l with his wife and her .
""" il parents.Mr. at Slnrke I Florida, thla December --
and Mrs. G. W. Ezell, Mr.: 4. 1945. O Children's Chairs 1.95 to 9.50'Children's '
(OFFICIAL SEAL) 1, J. Thomas,
and Mrs. Leon Tomllnson and An Clerk of sold Court. RADIO, END? and

daughter Wanda, of Jacksonville Xarh It. Dnuitlan Qalnenvllle, Fin..
, few Atty. tor Pit. 12-7 4t 12-28 O Wheel 2.50 '
spent a days with their par Barrows Coffee

I ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M., Hersey iv CIRCUIT COrRT, nitAiironn _
t
ff recently Mr. Ezell has just been 01'N1'1", FI.OHIU.VI i.CHAM-

+,, ,, discharged from service. CKHV. 0 Strollers . - - .0 14.75 Tables a!
Frank L. Ritchie, Plaintiff 1 vs.
; Mrs. J. P. Dickinson was MOpping Stella Jean Ward Ritchie, Defen*
>i r l t In Starke dant. Case No. Uo. .
I Wednesday. ORDER OF' PUBLICATION O Table and Floor 4.95 to
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Loper, Mr. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Lamps -

' waiting, no photograph, and :Mrs. B. M. BlankInship were STATE OF FLORIDA to: Htella 24.50.
4 t
It
,;, ;, I ALL. ..COLORS but the real thing tight-beloroyour chopping In KeystoneSaturday Jean Word Ritchie whose address 4.75 to 21.50
- 0 la: 647 Washlnirton Avenue Hunt
gF ; I !Iltindreds of.,Patterns eyes morning. .. InrtonYeet Virginia.
You
are required to appear on
Earl Geiger has received his December, 1945, in the above
Filmy negligees, lace trimmed
i t 1.00 to 2.00 discharge from the navy and is named Court and cause wherein C. H. Furniture Co.
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robe and
a pajama nets, quilted plaintiff seeks divorce I Bradford Driggers

a v3 y i 1 J,, # 4 _.--- -0_.__- ----- robes, silk and cotton. ,Slips I County!::::'lnext Telegraph four shall weekly; publleh Issues.WitneKs ; tHIaOrder :- I

that fit and luscious boudoir my hand and official PHONE 43.
WEST CALL ST. STARKE !FI
Uppers In pastels.. Gay Nine- seal at Starke. Florida, this November ,
29, 1845.OFFICIAL .
., ,+ Sport Shirts tie hand made garters to keep ( SEAL) A. J, Thomas, i r er ra.e ass rata rrr 0..r tart 0.r .n ..
y.t" f d up that sag In your rayon hoes As Clerk of cold Court. ir---
T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla.

'A Pearl necklace and lapel pine Atty. for Plf U-10 4t 12-21 What do woods?
the
Feminine adornment that every IN: CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD I you see in

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: (' I t : woman loves. The pearls gleam. COUNTY FLORIDA4IN: CHAN.CERV.

1 flatter and are glamorous to Charles Orant 'Johnston, Plaintiff I
'1132 i the wearer. A large selection. vs. Joseflna Font Johnston, De
1 i ) fendant. Case 4194. II

Alto the largest variety of ORDER OF PUBLICATION
a 1 II I
d t1 w AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
? ,t I a. compacts we have ever had. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Joseflna II
, Font Johnston, whose residence I.:
a
+ f ,' I Exquisitely fanhloned handker- Borlnquen Field, Puerto Rloo. I
I Starke's You are required to appear onDecember
chiefs, arresting designs, anus
21, 1945, In the above
.
yrlyl', s Y S ual patterns, clever workmanship The named Court and cause, wherein .;,a.,, a.ff' .
finest plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford I
displaying Ingenuity of County Telegraph .hall publish this '
Pp the Swiss and Portugese artists Order In next tour weekly limuea.Witness f'' It ,r .r

In lace appliques and other mo restaurant B seal /at Starke. my, Florida hand and this November official I kiiY t ', 4

tifs. AU white linen from '1.3 \27. 1945.OFFICIAL .
to $3.03.! Hundreds of and bar ( SEAL) A..J. Thoman.As ;
lovely .
Clerk of enld Court.R. ,,
+F { floral prints from 33 cents to H. Duncan 617 Lynch Bid| .1.: t

80 cents. A pretty folder for Jacksonville, Fla. Atty. far Plf. I'I
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The 11-30 4t 12-21 \\mm
1 Practical Gift your pur chase at no extra I I'I f

charge. Also handkerchief NOTro" '
All
Sizes Colors evening
A TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: a
n' for the dance and formal SIZZLINGSTEAK This Is to certify that I hare ,' '
1.65
up occasions. tiled my Final Accounting with I I'I ,
1 the County JUdge and will on the ;9 ;
8th day of January, lilt, apply to '
Scarf* In wool and rayon. aid Court for Final Discharge asAdministratrix F

Lovely pic turesque de!. LOBSTER of the Estate of I ,, {.. ,
1
J. C. 1IIann I nili'. deceased. This 7th
+ iheF SWEATERSALL Prepare for the cold and damp day of December 1945. .

r weather to come. 1.00 to $.83.. SHRIMP M 12-7 Delia 4t 12-28 Manning -Administratrix. I j w.

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A large variety of handbags In

? 1 leather, cords, reptile and cloth NOTICE! TO BIDDERS

x l : materials. .Just the right colors CHICKEN The Hoard of Public Instructionof I
,i to Bradford County Florida will receive -
complete your most glamorous -
sealed bids on:
i ensemble. 2 Long Wheel base Chassis. Remember the old saying about the man products manufactured from pulp w "4!
1 42 Passenger Bus Body I

Three piece suits, suits St: coats. B 1 or 60 before Passenger Friday L,M.December. Bodyon 21. who "couldn't see the forest for the trees"? They see jobs and wealth. Security W,

f a.. : > c We have them In your size. For 1945 at 10:00 A. 1'0(. In Its office In Lots of people are like that. All they see is the workers and prosperity for the snOTI
New winter pastel. See them the County Courthouse at Starke I .1I
Iy4' y Bradford County, Florida. Chassis trees. Others look at the forest and see it'' community. And if this forest wealth.
i kpy now while they leaf, New Connoisseurs and Bus Bodies to be delivered to I>
T Starke by February 1 1146. and. to filled with books will increase
dresses for her Xmawcoming meet all State Requirements\ and I magazines, newspapers. properly harvested it

In dally. That baaio dress for legrulatlona.. The Board They the .
reserves see raw materials of many great value in the years to come.Lefs
the day from 8 a. m. until mid the right to r.Jectany and all wool

night. 0 be-ildft.obtained Additional at the Information Office of* may the I industries which depend on pulpwood, take" another look at out .

a f, sa t7fGood County Superintendent. such as rayon and plastics. They see carLet's look at the trees and see the 0 pporI
y 5s New Gage hats. Chic and snap Board of Public Instruction(

S .- py. Also other makes to,suit Food Superintendent.by Arthur R. McRae M-5,2t County 19-lEN I \,\' tons.and boxes, and many other tunities that lie within.

;your type.
a i lf CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD 1

f Our shop i.. just ,.overflowing and COUNTY, FLORIDAIN CHAN. I
CERY. Cut This Ad Out $ <
;m M iM with Xmaa item New glamorouH 0 Helen' Katherine Meehan Strobe!. America'* "
coHtume Drink Plaintiff, v. Frank Harold Strobel. I '
Jewelry aa seen .. Indu'
Defendant Case N. 4115.
WOOL I In Harpnr'a llazaar ds. Vogue ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND ,( It you know some man getting out of Largest ,

magazines. Glittering and NOTICE TO APPEAR ' the service of Offer* Jobs m
r, ; 5.95 BTATE XF FLORIDA to: Frank I t or out war work and
,i ahlmmerlng.jewrU that give a Harold Strobel 8 l-o USa Xenla- looking for a future that offers a good Woods.and atW
boost to the completnesa of AKA-61 %" Fleet Poet Office New i i'f'
.- -- -- your outfit. Costume York.. New York. I g Income and good life,cut this ad out any UsEmploymtnrS
Jewelry You are required to appear on Apply
thin year la a mun to January T. t9t6. In the above nam and send it to him. r "' ''
your
Y Other Gift Items ed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
t I 4 wardrobe. 1 seeks divorce and restoration I Maybe his big opportunity lies right
"' 'k of maiden name* Bradford County *
here.
BILLFOLDS SOCKS "0 are ready to, serve you In Telegraphshall publish this Order *
,;, ALL LEATHER BELTS helping you to make In next .four weekly Issues.
your ,, I Witness my hand and official seal L *
., FI;r ,' ,? BED ROOM SUPPERSMEN'S Xmas selections. Gift wrapping at s. 194x.Starke Florida, this December __ s. tsa t4.. ssr (sir a .CI r I VICTOR

; ;M ,. ROBES free grails and courtesy with (OFFICIAL I SEAL!: ) A. J. Thomas, l
:MEN'S FITTED CASES wnlle. As Clerk of said Court.T. "
I a ', Dine In Pleasant Frank andrum., Starke, Fla.
p - Atty.' for rif. 18-T 4t 12-28


r, t J. M.- -- F) AtmosphereDelicious food and attractive IN CO CIRCUIT IT' TY, FLORIDA COI'RT- BRADFORD IN: CHAN.CERY. VICTORY PULPWOOD COMMITTEE v #

(}: surroundings make dining with Geneva .Roberta, Plaintiff, vs. Lon . ,' .. .. . .--. ... .. ,i

us a real pleasure. Stop In today nU 4208.Roberta, Defendant. Case No. L. D. VinIng, Hal Edwards, Lester Kite,
ALVAREZH for the finest food at veqreasonable
ORDER OF PITBLICATION
price AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Hogan Smith, Tyler Jones, J. K. Douglas
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; STATE OF FLORIDA to: Lonnle -
l A II EUDASJlEU DRESS SHOP 325 Temple Ave. dress Roberta la unknown.whose residence. and ad L. T. DYER, Chairman

EST. 1894 You ate required to appear on W
"'r.. ..0 .. .. .I January 7. 1946, In the above named DON'T WASTE PRE:' US TIME CUT TOP QUALIT'f
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._ BRADFORD OOUNTT TKUCORAra._. HTM_ ._n noI Kir'-. venom- -_._-- .*-
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dragged
e my --
o .c odl. Friday about weary way to a Hints To Housewives!lot I the pan when cooking a young r r4 Court and cauee, wherein plain*
flay i Hill noon bird. Steaming break tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County
the akin
familiar car stopped at the gate.I TURKEY TIME I and forces Juice out of the meat. I Telegraph In next! four shall weekly publish; lamiei.thin Order For Safety Comfort and Economy . .

Uura Burgess was carried home tears, cough With a record-breaking crop of I I Cook at moderate temperature. Wltnees my hand and official seal f" .. .... r ,

. . . e . cold sweat aching bones and all. turkeys headed for the markt-t Poultry Is toughened and hardened at 4. I Rtarke'4S. Florida thin December FOR COURTEOUS M ,1,
and holiday celebrations by Intense I went to. bed and in it Is "I heat. The larger 1'hom&8. '
HER VET- about an An Clerk of Maid (; Q
N ANOT good time for homemakers to the turkey the lower Court CORRECT .
RE- hour I was taking Dr. Brinson'awell the temperature William n. Morgan.. Fifth Floor
mmt OVERSEAS brush up on roasting techniques, is a good rule. A 10- I Clark funding:, Jacknonvllle, Fla. INtXItMATlON 1JUSrlrao
iJS ,\SO I AM STRICKEN known flu medicine. I am say home economists of the U. S. to 13-pound bird will take about Atty tor Pit. 11-7 4t lt'18 .,

FL(1. much improved nut still in bed Department of Agriculture.For 3 1.2 to 4 1-2 hours at 300 degrees IN nnrriT COI-RT.- niiAi>poni>
glad and golden and weak aa I can be. However roast turkey, choos a Fahrenheit A larger bird. (er1NY."(1:|'"TY. PLOItlltAt I:* CHAN. _. A' '' ... r, ''
for I am BO thankful
up for every kindness young tender bird, with a gen 14 to 17 pounds requires 5 to 6 E. F. Murrow Plaintiff v.. Juanita
without help I might not erous coating of fat under the hours at 275 degrees. However no 8. Murrow Defendant Case No Ride Florida Motor Lines Greyhound Buena I ; ,

.wlftly on the wing roadthe > have survived. I who am so proudof skin, a well-rounded body, a well. hard and fast rules about cook- uu.onOEn OF PUHLICATKWANO UNION BUS STATION rs,7'y'JR' ,

t beside the weary my health and strong body, fleshed breast few blemishes and Ing time can be given as some NOTICE TO AFl'KAH Temple Ave. LACY CONWAY Agent Starke FU.
angels lng. have found out STATE: OF FLORIDA to: Juanlta
I that flu Is no few pinfeathers. birds cook faster than others. S. Murrow, who. rekldenre le II 308 ,
respecter of persons. Perhaps yet Draw and Baste frequently with pan drip Ilnd Street N. B. Washington D. C
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from the
above lines are carol. :myChristmas My on Christmas Eve I can rest beside and sprinkle groom the Inside of turkey the, pings or some other well-flavored January You are 7, 1 41.UI''th'0;: appear named on
the weary way and hear the fat. Baste a small Court and cause wherein
body or medium- plain Careful Drivers
spirit Is at an ebb. I angel sing cavity with salt Then put sized tiff eeeks dlvorre. Bradford County Prompt Service
i In bird every 30 to 4$ minutes .
the ,
stuffing Telegraph shall this
with flu. AU week but do not pack publish Order
low,_ Ancll Carter has Been discharg it too tightly an It a larger bird every hour. Turn In next. tour w..kly issues, STfcJ
needs
I'l'I1' COrKT, BRADFORD. ed and returned home Wednesday to expand when It absorbs juices room the bird every Ume it Is basted, at Wltnem Htarke,my.Florida hand and thin official December seat STARKE TAXI SERVICEand

,1'Y. FLOR."A, .IN CHAN.rittmftn afternoon. Aubrey B r i n son that cook out of the bird. lifting It at head and foot, witha D, 194& C

r& Plaintiff. vs.tttnftn brought him out. home from the off by slipping the heel of a Finish loaf clean'' white cloth to protectthe' A.(OFFICIAL Clerk of RKAt mild: )Court.A. J. Thomas. "
Defendant. CSBOMoSrrF. station. lie stopped a bit at the of bread Into the hands. This will keep parts Zarh If. Douirlaa, Oalneevllle, Pla..
''tI school house. opening: to hold standing high In the from Atty. for Pit 11-7 It !!.*$
; : PUBLICATION He has been In the stuffing In place. Tuck the oven
I TO APPEAR Pacific three legs cooking faster than the restIN MACK'S TAXI SERVICE
I 1 OF\ .. years, and he said under the band of skin at the tail, NO Tr 010
p!:who.e llwottna. aiVliKKSItt things had changed a lot here. and secure them in place by taking CIRCriT COIHT. RMAI1POHU the NOTICE! 1H 1IKRKHY: 11IVKN that

rp'lulred, to appear on My primary teacher. Mrs. Grlf. a stitch at the end of the (CENY."Ol''TY.: KM>HII>.t| IN CHAN. business undersigned under the are fictitious ennnited! name In Phone 150 r'1 nYi' ul

1946. In the above nam- fls has been 111 with flu since last breast bone and wrapping the hols' Johnson, Plaintiff, vii. Troy of The Chatter lion at til Temple
ti, and Cause wherein plaln- cord Johnson, Defendant Ave.. Starke Florida and Intend O Day O NightEVEHY15ODY
Case 422t.
Bradford County Tuesday. She has also had a around the legs and under onDEH No. to reirlHter the said flctllloue name idn
divorce.
fepfc shall. publish this Order sore throat. Many of the children the tall. Stuff the loose akin AND NOT1CK OF :ri'lU.IOATION TO AITKAH In the off loo of the Clerk of the -J r
rirrult.I ?
l four hand weekly and IeeaeLre official seal have been ill. at the base of the neck, fold it Johnson STATE, OF FLORIDA: Troy Florida.Court of. Ilradfard County I I 1

rk',my Florida. this December Dr. Henley of Jacksonville toward the back of the bird and known. whom residence Is un. Juanlta. M. Mitchell. I
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0..1' A. Mitchell:
visited Jack fasten with a few stitches. You are required to appear on
Wilkinson Rub 11-23 H 11-14
J. Thomas.
SEAL) A. Saturday
('IAL the January 7, 1946. In the above numJ -
rk ot salt Court. and went hunting.Mrs. bird all over with fat and a J Court and cause wherein. plaintiff '
lie Douglas aalne"vllle FIA. little salt and seeks dlvorcB, Jlrl.lforCour.ty IN rnirriT roriiT. nn.\nl"Olln'
pepper.A Q
for Plr 13-1 4t 13-28 Chris Green died and was Telegraph shall publish thin Order CO) "'"'\', KI.OItlltAl IN CHAN.KUV. .'
buried at Long Branch this week. shallow uncovered pan Is In next four weekly. IHRIK.K.Vltnenn < ,
best for \ hum, Margaret. Miller Dawson Plalntlfr.vii. .
cooking a I mv end official! deal
She was from Maxvllle. Place young turkey. .at Starke, Florida, till December \V. I.. Dawson, Defendant., Cane ) ENJOYS EATING
a rack
under the bird to i No. 41K7OMDKtl
S. 19 15.
S, Aunt Lillie Wilkinson has gone keep It from sticking and to allow I OFFICIAL 8KAU A. I OF PUBLICATION' : AT
to her daughter Marguerite's at hot air to An. Clerk of Bald Court. J.Thoma.'j AND NOTICE TO AL'I'KAIt,
Orlando. circulate. The broiling Zuch H. Douglas, Oa .... STATE OF FLORIDA to: W. L.
She may stay tho rest tray and rack of some ranges can I Atty. for I'lf. 18-7 4t 18-28: Dawiion, whoHe. reNitlenoe Ist I : Ab
of the winter. be beville, Mouth ('arollna.You The PARK CAFE
used
though the
size of the i.x riurriT ('OlItT, "" \I>KOI D are required to appear on H
Mrs. Gertie Falrcloth and Ida tray interferes with the clrcUla.1 (01 vrv, KIOIIII$ i> CHIN.JoKBphlne January I, 194t1. In the above nanied ,
Prescott spent Saturday In Jack- tion of air and Is likely (''';''V. Court and OH line, wherein plaintiff .

sonville shopping and visiting down cooking time. When using I (Ham II. Lee Lee befrndant Plaintiff Cane Vs. Wll.j No.f tv Teleicrnph seeks dlvorre.: shall; Bradford publish Conn thiOrder : I .

""bev are the cooks at our cafe a very shallow broiler tray, 4212.' In next four weekly laxuv. Delicious Regular 1ft ealBII' w
pan '
teria. OltDBR OF PTtnUOATtONAND \ Witness my hand and offleti I
drippings must be poured off from NOTICK TO APPEAR Heal 1 \ lit Htnrke, Florida, thin November +
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Long Branch Church will time to time. Start the STATE OF FIX>KIUA to: Wll- 2H, 1945.OFFICIAL. I Healthful Vegetable Plates '
givea turkey lIam H. Lea whose residence I I. ( HEAL!: ) A. J. Thomas,
Christmas program. The date cooking breast down. unknown.You An. Clerk of said. Court. 1 Short Orders '' '
will be announced later.I Don't put water In the bottom are required to appear on Zaeh II. Dniiirlaii, ClalnoHVllle, Fla.
,January 7, 10411. In the above nam- Atty. for Pit. 11-80 4t 1S-X1 fttdL
like popcorn balls for Christ
EXPERT
mas. In fact I like them any

WORKMANSHIP time-but we used always to have What Helps Agriculture

them recipe:at Christmas. Here is my


0 Pop a dishpan full of corn. Lift

into another pan all white kernels.,
All of Us
WORKGUARANTEED Helps
ALL Cook the following syrup and pour .

over It, stirring well aa you pour. 4 i I'Y
\ Put butter on your !hands and ar,

form into balls. Cook together 2

CAN KNTRUST YOUR cups sugar 2-3 cup water Itea-
spoon salt 1 tablespoon of syrup
t EST WATCH TO OUR
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until the mixture forma a stiff
CARETAG ball In cold water. Add 1-4 tea-

spoon cream of tartar. Stir well.

Add 1 tablespoon butter and one I
of vinegar. Remove from fire and
pour on corn Sometimes I add: TA THAT is it that helps agriculture? We know that

1 the cream of tartar as It beginsto V V to grow good crops it takes good seed, fertile soil, x '2dt a t'

boil, It Is fun to make the a favorable climate, and the skill and experience of the Y

balls and: let the children help.Lura. individual. Likewise in the production of livestock you ;xa y; j i 1 t i
[Carter Bldg., Starke l need well-bred animals, proper care and feeding plus .t r. '.;'ird 4 1

intelligent management. '? E

Through better seeds and new types of plants like ) as')rte N t,

: hybrid corn, through soil conservation methods, better v f. :. /;, } Tgrti+ e t
'i3J xGCEAM land management, and improved [machinery, through '':f.

more effective control of peats and parasites, America Victory Bonds s Y

r w has reached a level of food production never before t try; wJ !g4'y4?. .

achieved by any nation in history. Therein lies much of F r''

America's strength for the future s.

By many a tragic example, history teaches ua that wr
-- when food supplies fail, nations fall. We of America THE EDITOR'S COLUMN

SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLETSEA must see that our agriculture becomes always a e ' '
> surer A smart steer on range goes to where ..--.::--- ---- ------ I
TROUT PERCH BREAM stronger, base for the economy of our nation. This 1
h
i the forage is best. A smart livestock -a-
is a task not only for you as producers but also for ua {
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RED BASS SHEEPSHEADALSO producer sells where the market is 1
who, by providing nationwide facilities and services, 1 1'r'r
bridge the gap which separates farmers and ranchers best. There are many sources of in- MINCEMEAT I .. ,

Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry from the distant consumers who must have their formation to help him decide where + 4 quart* .
that boat market may be. Radio networks and cooked.eel
1 brown
products. 1 pound >i pound
And because our business is BO closely linked with the nearby stations report daily on rtSeipts and hunk chuck or sugar

MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET land, we at Swift & Company are vitally interested hi prices at central and local markets. Commission neck meat' 1 quart cider d;;t, t
1 meat stock 2 suit
houses and their field to cup teaspoons
And hi these men are ready give personal h
all developments that help agriculture. so
ALL STREET PHONE 37 STARKE. FLA. information advice on the beet tune and place I to eel II). }i pound met 2 tea poontl nutmeg
Swift pages we publish helpful knowing 4 pound* apple 2 t.eallpoona clove
that a prosperous.agriculture is essential to the live Newspapers publish detailed descriptions of .H pound currant 3 teaspoon cinnamon
stock and meat industry-and'to the prosperity of the market conditions. Various timely reports are 1 pound seeded 5 tablespoon lemon i :.
available from the U. S. D. A. and other impar- raisins juice ft"",

I'R 11m ell LIIDD"'tlRE nation aa a whole. tial sources" on trends and developments in the I I Pare,core, and chop apples. Chop together. currant I I:.
4- /; ._ livestock-And-meat industry ( and raisin. Add .ppl.... sugar, cider and ;
meat stock Cook about I 6 minutes. Grind meat '
-.. .' .
-- In making their bids livestock buyers also use
,
and suet. Add with seasoning to apple mixture. 1 '
PresWent.Swift&Company current market information. Acceptance of any Bimmer 1 hour stirring frequently to prevent I ,,f .
,-- price offered is entirely up to the producer or his burning..Add lemon juice I
sales plants and their buyers 1 Thin mincemeat may be made ahead of time t, ..4
1',1 Sex located packing and canned for use throughout the holiday 1 : .
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are widespread points eason. I a ,r
( . generally we should learn two things from that if a producer is not satisfied with prices '
j life-what to do and what not to do. ----------------------.. :
offered by any one buyer, he has a choice several

CII'TS'lettric . if work is a pleasure a man sure can have a others to which he.may Bell his animals. F R E E COLORING BOOK '
lot of fun fanning. Moreover with 3,50O meat
packing plants L '
Boys and girls ..ere. a swell coloring I book' for you ,
and 26,000 other concerns and individuals who 1 1'*filled w ith funny farm animal-Cuwy Call Biddy '

Lamp Shades - - 65c up OUR LIVESTOCK JUDGING METHODS slaughter livestock commercially there bound lien. Junior Chick and many others. And there are ,
to be keen competitive bidding for your liverhymea., too. If you'd like to have it.fuBt write to
'rex By R. C. JOHNSON stock. Barring meat rationing and price cellUepattttant 128, Swift .& Company Chicago 9, 111. 4, .
50c
jjPt. Liquid Measure - - Need, Deportaieirf of Animal) Husbandry+ Ongoa S late Cofbe ',ilt
_ ings, livestock prices are governed by what the
Domestic animals are machines for converting plant mate.. for the meat and LIVESTOCK EXPANSION' IN SOUTH
FASSEROLESTV socup rial into meat, fibers and other human needs.. Competition packer can get by-products. I a''; "

-- --- forces the modem farmer to evaluate efficiency terms of V .J. B. FMANCIONI, JR.,Jfenf.Dfpmrlmmt t

aper Lite Candles - - _ - lOc tons or bushels cow per acre, dairy and poultry production results in poundsin in number of but of re C,M',. S. f son. ./Animal. terfat _
per year
per is feed and not .M Slmtt Vith ntly**J A.M. C.,.... i 1''
basic
per year. Thus since the resource AdfNrTTfel 0.--, ? ,
1 1 Lanterns r r r r - - L50: animals, shouldn't livestock producers evaluate breeding Livestock last. year' furnished 39 ,
stock on the basis of meat or of wool their offspring produces cent of the ca income r'.
per 100 pounds of feed consumed; for the South tm comp emd to a '
ISSORS _ _ _ _ 95c p The show ring standards for judging animals by external & Company wishes/ all the/ previous ten-year average of 37 ( ; r'
-- appearance have given us advancement up to a certain point par cent. It can also safely be said d 4
den Hose with brass coupling but breeding for the show ring does not always lead to efficient r. readen of this page 1 that no other section bar made livestock gain us'c'. '
feed utilization. Inrtha war period equal to thorn in the South.
Feet '" 3.95 50 Feet '- 5.95 A step in the right direction .the Increasing use olproved E R R Y CHRISTMAS I Toe southern states have many natural advan '
sires. Today through use of artificial insemination. the tages for livestock production the) mild clie-,_. fA4
-- breeder is greatly assisted in the establishment and long growing season and rich vegetation .if'*
purebred : prnriilJM- .1,
Corundum Stones - - - 85c up increase of efficient blood lines. and A H A P P Y N E W Y E A R Good pasturage for a greater part of the ')..!'. And
Tomorrow's"yardstick" will not only be bigger'yieldsiper now that the crop control and lIOn conservation
g Board Pads' 1.25 acre but also more pounds of meat and fiber per ton of feed. programs urn making it poeuble, many planters an f .J
& Covers - "AMINOS" ARE IMPORTANT TO YOUr! From the auchanging over to livestock beef cattle in particular.

trition research laboratories come the story of amino acid, Improved pasture* are being developed, produc
rcle Tires, 26 Inch _ - 2.45 WHAT DO YOU KNOW? How many of the amino adds mysterious ubtance found in the protein* we eat.aDfI more feed for cattle than can be obtained from I,' ;M
1abe. essential to health are found in meat? Amino* are used by our bodi.* to bull and rebuild our natural pasture only. And as the feed situation "
e 1.65ROOMS the price of livestock? tiosue, organs and blood. They also help fight off infections. improve*, purebred breed are being intredtl x4d. ,sii'' 'tl
What
governs Louisiana( alone has Imported at fet 24,000. ball :
1.35 In what dessert is meat an important Ingredient? Of the 23 known amino., ten are absolutely essential to and many good females during the hut ten year*. ,,..,f
_
r r e r up V health and even to life itself. Meat U rich in ail ten of them.The .taw now boasts over 200 purebred broedcn. .. id
ouxcmr COUSIN Answers That' why doctor, working to rebuild the shattered utilizing to the fullest extent better paturej! and ;r,. '

Pans, white enamel _ - 2.75AFEWGAMESAND"TOYS ORJ DI bodie of wounded servicemen order diet with large approved land management practice Tb.> ue of ,,
.- to there amount of meat. That la also why everybody should eat good bull has raYed the quality of the grade of off.meet ; rv
questionsmaybe for health as well a* for its fine flavor and it* "stickiprinfl and baa increased their value when. marketed.Swift .
: / ) to-tbe-rib food value. ,
found In Swift and other meat packer through The American r
5-Gal. OIL CANS the various Meat Institute, are telling thi vital story of meat and it* & Company
4 health-building amino* in many million of advertisingmessage x
articles *. A* people read this story there will be wider UNION STOCK YARDS

,BRADFORD HARDWARE CO. which printed are market for meat-and the livestock you produce. CHICAGO 9.IUINOIS .


J. B. Carlisle, Owner on elsewhere this .* NUTRITION I IS OUR BUSINE33-AND I YOURS 'lit' *

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EVERY holiday


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compare with Christmas. It is the
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1 CREE TINGS/ ing gives way to selflessness, and all
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IT' OUR PLEASU'. E ', are united in one common attitude
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With grateful acknowledgement of your courtesies

and the evidences of your good will that have made .

:t l lr In the excitement of. a bury holiday aeaton, the past year a pleasure to us, we wish you a Christmasof <. ..' .Ur'k' "
441 J d we trot hit you will top long enough to accept great joy and a New Year of Happiness and >i"\,,.,.-...
ter" ; ,i our GREETINGS OF THE 'i""". '? '
SEASON. Our own Prosperity.We i ,. t .'f'F.,''-;"
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Chrfolmaa would be Incomplete it we did not lake '
advantage of the opportunity to wish you ill the pledge ourselves to an even greater and more .
i y 1' WI good thing* wa can think of. You have been contiJer efficient service than ever before and in keeping with
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future.continue to merit your patronage in the friendship and! patronage.EARL'S I


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J: & ps KLONDES GRFiWJE IC HGS I; '>'... It is our sincere. wish that we may

'>b 4 ; continue those: ,fine -.'elatioI19I1ip3 that

TIMES CHANGE . and:1DL8T :.', r1rc: + i M, {s have come our t, /way." '

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for your.Happiness

In the New Year : A HAPPY NEWYEAR
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the confidence you have in our organization, and we .
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; Moy the New Year -
years to come ... 1'; '
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