Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 5, 1946
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ross Drive Behind Schedule; Health Department Clinic ScheduleThe Hospital Mass Meeting : I

Agency following: clinics: are to be held regularly in the of-

ordGIs Praise fice of the Bradford County Health Department Called Commissioners

Church Street. Starke, Florida. This schedule, will become By :

effort to make up I ICounty's What does the Red Cross mean effective the, week of April 15, 1916.; ... ,.
M $8300 Red to GI Joe at home and abroad? 'i,

E J. Dahmer, fund You don't have to rely on a ((1)I) CHILD HEALTH CONFERENCE (WELL BABY All Interested Persons Asked To Meet : '
chairman, announced magazine article or any other CLINIC) Concrete Bridge At Courthouse I I'
[that i concerted effort secondhand Information for your Infants and Pre-school children will bo examinedand Tuesday,

ado In all section to answer to that question. Thereare Parents advised as to care. Immunizations April 9, 8 P. M.

reports( and check to plenty of returned Bradford against Diphtheria. Whooping cough 'and Tetanus For Road 13

every person In the County service men who are will be available. 1st and 3rd Wednes4ay of each. 'The Board of County Commissioners, in session here j :
been nollcited. ready willing, and more than .able month from 1:00 to 3:30 P. 11!. .,
: Monday issued call for meeting to be held in the
." a a mass :
all persons who have to speak up In praise of the iIt. Promise of a 'concrete bridge
a ade a contribution to American Red Cross and the JobIt ((2) PRE-NATAL CLINIC (EXPECTANT OTHERS) across Alligator Creek on Road courthouse Tuesday night, April 9, at 8 o'clock for the purpose -

It to the solicitor or has already performed In 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month? from 1:00. 13 Just south of Starke was con of bringing together all individuals and organizations

Red Cross Headquar- World War II, and the Job. It to 3:30 P. M. ,*P tained in a letter this week fromF. interested in obtaining a hospital for Bradford County.

rke before Wednesday has yet to perform during the Elgin Bayless. chairman of the Purpose of the meeting will be to unify efforts now being j I

k aftermath. ((3) VENEREAL DISEASE CLINIC State Road Department, to State made in order that a hospital might be obtained as soon '

lrm n states that'only These men realize that the Job Examination care and treatment ofleases:= suspects Senator Charley E. Johns of possible. I'I'as

been collected todate of the American Red Cross is and contacts from 9:00 to 1:00: A. M. every Starke. Members of the School Board and several members of f

els that the campaign far from over. They consider Wednesday. The chairman's letter stated: the City Council conferred with the Commissioners Monday \

closed until every per- that the services rendered both ((4) MISCELLANEOUS CLINIC "I am glad to tell you that our at which time methods of financing: the county's! portion! I

3 en given the oppor- in the United States and over- Food Handlers' examination blood tests, and plans contemplate the replacingof of the project were discussed. : \
do his share. seas were of Inestimable valueto from the present timber bridge a-
other services pertaining to Public Health It Is hoped that representative -

tft ve week come the In: following Carpen- they them are and glad their now buddies to tell and the 9:00 A. M. to 3:00 P. M. every Friday, ford cross Alligator County with Creek a in concrete Brad Two New NursesAt citizens' from all sections I t

Store, $50 Dr. H. H. world about it. It is requested that all persons desiring ,the above structure which will be 28 feet In of the county will at- ; 1

0; Hogan Smith $50/ ; Sgt.Marlon Crawford now on clinic services come.only on the scheduled'dates thus width. The funds for this construction Health UnitThe tend the mass meeting ,next s

County Telegraph 925; emergency furlough from overseas enabling the Health Officer and Nurse to devote more have been made avail- Tuesday night and the Commissioners t

y cica n era 129/ ; em- because of the illnes of his time working in the county. able and our division engineer are s Issuing ,an urgent

rile Dry Cleaners $25; mother, Mrs. Julia Crews is well John R. Slade advises me that addition of a new public appeal for all interested personsto

wer & Light Co. em- aware of the help given to him A. Y. Covington, M D. he hopes to have the plans readyat health nurse and a new clinic come out and lend their sup

; partial list of teach- by Red Cross. He states that Director an early date.Rotarians nurse to the staff of the local port to the movement

is, canvassed by Mrs. wherever he, has been stationed health unit was announced yesterday Also at the Monday m e e ting -

tome, $40.A. there has been a Red Cross Club Will Elect by Dr. A. Y. Covington the commissioners voted to

ntlal. Canova district chairman, has not of doughnuts near by with and an free American coffee and girl Miami Herald Writer Worried Over Officers Next WeekA director Miss .Helena Ranly formerlyof Welfare Increase from the amount$220 per for month General to

$230 per month, and clerks and
from six sections and to, serve them. He states that if "clinic" was held at the the Arn> ",Nurses Corps assumed .
for the
inspectors were appointed
that when all returns willed Red Cross cigarettes and supplieswere Starke And Its Pretty PillowtopsIt Rotary Club Wednesday In the the duties of public health Primary Election, May 7.
i area sold it the GI's 1. Miss
ever was form of a forum discussion on nurse on April Ranly The Sheriff was Instructed to
its quota. Reporta fault. He recalls seeing boys the topic, "What can we do to hat ten years of experience In find a suitable location for the
week are: Northwest who did not smoke save their is always Interesting to see the pillow tops hope he hurries. Improve our Club?" A numberof the field of public health work V. S. Employment Agency and
Jrs. Hogan Smith $67, others us, and Your traveling correspondent, most of this time
cigarettes that Red Cross had ourselves as see good suggestions. for Improv- being servedIn the Social Security Board for the
Davie $9.50; North- them and later sell the has had plenty of opportunity being of an Inquisitive type wentIn and
given Starke ing fellowship attendance, her home state of Ohio.. She next few months due,'to the elec.
e, lira T F. Landrum cigarettes at $20,a carton. "Thatis for such vicarious introspection for a little personal Investigation other activities were made by nerved three and a half yearn in dons and to the '''circuit court

east Starke, Mrs. H. what has happened when you ; since the establishment here. The first atop was a members and vial tor.. the ANC two years being spentIn term which will be held in the

(13.30; Southwest hear a boy say he had to buy of Camp Blanding back in late big tavern on .the road to town. Taking part in the discussion the ETO with the 25th General courthouse during the month. of
n. E. K. Perryman $U. cigarettes from the Red Cross", 1940. Articles in national magazines The stop was made of course was Major Garland Powell of Hospital. May and June.Registration.

turns from residential says Marion. Sgt Crawford remembers including the Saturday solely in the Interest of reportorial Mrs Dorothy Jones Blackmon,
t this time are: NE with particular pleasurehis Evening Post and McCall's, and, research although It was a Governor who served In the Waves duringthe

n. Landrum chairman, visit to Manila where, in the in metropolitan newspapers, such hot day. A lone bartender was ferred to an the "daddy" of the war. joined the health staffon Books "

Starke, Mrs. N. Sterh- World's largest Red Cross Ser as the New York Sun vividly described playing a left-over record on the II Starke club it being largely April 1 as clinic nurss. Her Open Friday Night; ;

rman, $203.50; South- vice Club, he met George Powell the effect that the establishment juke box to relieve the boredom. ; through his efforts that a club home state is New Jersey and at

ke, Mrs O. L.f Beasley of the Old Home' Town. He and of the huge military installation The record" was "The: Beer Barrel was organized here. present her: husband I Is stationedat Close April 20th, "
n, $57.29; Southeast of had on this small but Polka. f It announced that the an-
his mother are appreciative wag the Omen Cove Springs NA8. '
'clotwd. It had : J. R. Kelly Supervisor'-of! Reg-, i
n. Junlus Smith chelrslva The USO w.a officers will be
which 'election of
interest with community. nual
the speed and plucky'
-: fW town of ; (stratum, announces that his ofJlcewlH.bs d
0. of his furlough denouement Is t tat.hand.Starkeand been a fine one a held at the' next regular'' meeting -
the emergency Now 'that the ,
from OffkivJtClosdng.e.r .open/t .4SM. (Friday.April .
the .
/ "-.of
Galloway 'the handled. this size, and It "JitJal1etJeod Wednesday AprU 10. The : t ,* ?<- :
was its military ,
Hon reported $19.69.-/ ; i s off hours or thoUMUula ofliuH"while officers will not take of- For ft) and,next Friday -April
These men RealizethatAe< "suburb" are'Itlll''attracting'"attention new Camp BlandingHas
::until 9 to register voters
: training here 12.. p. m.
from H.,. D. May. chairthe they were<
Hampton division. Cross Is not permitted to request and were the subject of a for their date with, dtwtlny. fice until July 1. Been postponedCamp for the May primary election. The A
or" recommend an emergency furlough feature story in The '
front from 9
office Is
page the edge of town open dally a. m.
Hinson Far out on
Margaret $7.05
I or a dependency discharge, Miami Herald on March 27. It Blanding will be until 12 noon andfrom 2 m.
of little, pint- open
K. B. Watterson $37.60. there were a row F.
i I but they know that the continued that, Herald staff writer Harley Strong In
ohn Franklin, chairman seems Mixed 'ottage1I with the for about 30 days, a very limited lo5p.m. ;
work and Interest of the local Stephen Trumbull la now touringthe way. The registration period ends at ,
gro division to 'For Rent" ulitn.
expects Chapter in each individual case state and doing a series of ,20. '
3 April
nplete Tues- Some enterprising fellow built Col. Charles S. Kllburn, com p. n1
report by has much to do with the results. features on what he sees and Buys BusinessHarley I
Pat week. This week'a. them early In' the war knowing manding officer, announced this I.
L Thus Randall Newsome, discharged What he saw and heardin
hears. would follow week that the official Dixon LittleMrs.
m Ills| workers Include in order' interestingly toldIn that many a wife closing Mary
Ing: Beatrice Scurry, from the Army Starke was her man In uniform. right on to F. Strong wellknownjeweler date forrnerly set for March SO,
to relieve his mother aid father a story headed: "STARKE beers Dixon Little 21,
J910; Estelle Glbbs SOL- "shipping out" time. and watchmaker associated had delayed.It Mary
'15; Rev. C. A. Crum, of duties beyond their physical SURE MISSES THAT OLE Downtown the shooting gal- with the Camp Blending Exchange will be about another 30 died at the home of her sister,
for "How're They
abilities .nays "If It wero not DIER TRADE" or closed with note on before of Mrs Julius Kowatch. Sun day
uy Church, an'addl- lery was a for the past five years, days compilation records -
Alma Moffat, Brooker Red Cross I would still be helpingto Gonna Sell Those" Peachy the door, "Be Back Soon." The announced yesterday the purchase sale of surplus equipment morning after a lengthy lllnens.
'ool 4 $10.10; Altamese Junk airplanes In Arizona. Pillow Tops? Here's the nice sign In the window read, "Am- of stocks and fixtures of The and the turning of the camp over She was born In Bradford County

Lincoln City, $7.10; Leonard Smith, now dischargedand STARKE-Want to buy a with munition for Sale." Military sup- Slag 137 W. Call St., from CarlJ. to "caretaker status"' can be completed on August 10, 1924 and was a

ely, New River $10; back in University of red and yellow pillow top ply houses, almost door to door Carter of Jacksonville. The Col.! Kllburn stated daughter of J. M. and Ethel Par-
the edge
his around
has'expres P.d
Paul $7 including $5 Florida, ap- green fringe in one block were doing some building was recently purchasedby At the present time the only rlah-Dlxon. She was married on
preciation of the tenacity and and legend that reads. "Greet- 1013 to Charles A., '
a socks. May 1, Cpl.
School; c. C. Andery. slight business-In W. A. Beaaent. Jr. activity at Blending Is a screening -
thoroughness with which the local ings To My Sweetheart In town the Little, who survives her.
538.45.: At the best hote\\ In announcing the purchase board operation reviewingthe
flier take each chairman Chapter followed through end Camp Blanding"? girl on the desk said rooms were Mr. Strong stated that he will records of officers who* desire She was a member of the Baptist

workers In his her succeeded In its attempt to help Or maybe being the domestic available at $3 per day, double continue the high type of repair to stay in the regular army. Church and services were
order that all soliclta-or him to get home In time to see type you'd go for a peachy green and with bath. She acted as service that he has offeredat held In the Klngsley Lake Baptist :
his mother before her death. number with crossed rifles and few rooms were Church Wednesday afternoon
1 be completed and though quite a Camp Blanding since 1941, Electrical
him by re- One of the most enthusiasticof the words "To My Darling Wife. available. and will also handle a modern Surplus with the ilev. William Wilson .
Tuesday the men still in service in regard This one even has some poetry- Tile old. established. downtown line of high class jewelry. Equipment Sale pastor of the Raiford Bap-

to Red Cross is Cpl. Tommy or a reasonable facsimile of the I' store are doing a bit bet Mr. Strong's faith In the future tist Church, In charge and In- :"

Hon Forsyth. Until his return on a same-on It. ter. It was Saturday afternoon j t of Starke Is shown by the fact According to announcementsmade terment' was in the cemetery
Electedof re-enlistment furlough his experience They got a million of 'em here and there' still a highly I that he had been considering. : this week by the Regional there under the' direction of De-
Red :: had been town. This as lots of of the War Asset Administration C. Jones
[ Farm Bureau with press In this pronperou. farming .community I' moving to Green Cove Springs: Director Witt
with its overseas morale services. Florida boys will recall with utter around Starke. cattle men, and had even bought a home and from Jacksonville a Surviving beside her husband
Iford County Tommy says that Red Cross girl lack of enthusiasm was the most strawberry growers and general started construction of a business lot of s u r plus electrical equip- and her parents are: three brothers ,

I Bradford with coffee and doughnuts were reachable town for the nearly Farmers. And war' or peace, building there. After thinkingthe ment, which Includes 100,000 Leon Dixon, Bradley Junction ,
II County Farm the last thing he saw when he 100,000 soldiers at Camp Banding : farmers go to town on Saturday. matter over from a long- complete- new lamp assemblies, ; Ralph Dlxon, Lake: Hamilton i

I" permanently organiz- left New York and the first thinghe 12 miles away. term viewpoint, however, he decided will be offered to electrical wholesalers and James Dixon, Wauchulaand ..
meeting at the Brooker reached Eng- featuring items like and contractors and veterans six sisters Mrs. A. J. Waters,
t saw when he Gift shops There were a few khaki uniforms to sell out his Interests In'
e Friday night. land. On his return to the United those mentioned above opened by on the street, maybe five Green Cove and come to Starke. In a nation-wide disposalsale Mrs. Luther. Orlffla and Mrs.

present crowd of more than States the Red Cross girls were the dozens and packed 'em In. to the block. Some 1,800 men are For the past, five years Mr. beginning April 2. Julius Kowatch, all of Starke, ,

chicken and enjoyed a. still there in France to see him So did a lot of other shops, juke staying on at the camp for In- and Mrs., Strong have made their A sale of government-owned Mrs. R. R. Waters. Lake Butler

rocker ladies p II a u served' off and' .to greet Wnl In New Joints. ,shooting galleries hamburger induction center work and to ex- home In the Jacobs cottage on surplus iron steel and non-f.r- Mrs. William Woods, Ona and I

tchen at ,the York. Cpl. Forsyth,was overseas stands grills and- taverns. ; amine reserve officers .applying. 'Klngs| y Lake, and. tby.expect rqus metal products will also be Mrs. Robert Dicks Dundee.
the 14 months and says', thot'\.,the Now the 01 goose that laid for the regular Army. 'to'be In the market for a homeIn held beginning,'Aprll .20. Further e '.PaUbtartrs were Albert Griffin.RalphOalney. ,

"t supper the the people sight of two American girls Wearing ,the golden egg IJae gone Gloom There's a sprinkling of sailors, Starke now. Information may be obtained Leo .OfltfU, Willie
here school audl- the Red Cross insignia all deep and black-ba. come too. and Starke hopes the from the War As*.ts Corporation Green. Roy Grlffla and Harold

officers ''y elected per- alone in a OI truck tatth very toi the segment of the population sprinkling will grow. It's the SpeakerTo P. O. Box 4129 Jacksonville Griffis.
Ii of the Bureau. combat lines was worth more in of this little town of 4,000 overflow from the big navy. ship Legion ,'' Fia.Recent. '

Ident were ZT W. Ham- moral building than we on this that catered exclusively to decommissioning activity Green Discuss Loans Easter HolidaysAt .

(dent\ ; H. B. Crosby, side can possibly Imagine.. The their trade. Cove Springs 26 mile away. But DischargesCecil
; and 3. R. Kelly, girls brought' doughnuts, cigarettes The chamber of commerce has the few remaining soldiers will be S. G. Denmark newly elected the regular School Board

bars wwiurer.. A number of and chewing gum and hot been reorganized and young, and gone on April 22. The camp commander'of the local American McGregor, Cpl. March 18. meeting held Monday the group
Joined at this meet- .Conner-just out announced yesterdaythat Friday. April 19. as the
Lucian then and the Legion Pout
coffee when circumstances per- vigorous really buttons up Ernest E. Trlest, 8-St, March
brought the total mem. addition to himself-has been to a loan guarantee officer beginning day of the Easter holidays -
'M for mitted. He says la of the Army Induction. job moves Daytona 2. -..
this secretary. He' Administration for schools. Easter Is on
county. Veterans
town of executive ,from the
mobile units every made Beach.
the Cox.,
S. Baker, or any will at the Earl Leslie .Whitehead I 21 and with-.Friday will
eeci :- size near the lines had a Red out after tourist business Gainesville another 28 miles In Jacksonville speak April
Present and made any that can : meeting be held In the March 9. a three-day weekend. A few
an Cross Club. Tommy particularly, other type of business west of here I Ie about the onlybeneficiary regular discharges have give
talk. The
ke others present emphasizes the fact that the girls be found. He has an optimistic of the closing; Gainesville : Legion Hall Tuesday night, April been recorded this week In the teacher recommen4syc0is; were
Briefly were L. T. dubs did not single out air about him and the town believes was presented with the 300 9, at 8 o'clock. made and the entire list will be
in these I of the Clerk of the Circuit -
.Ullty Agent, and E. U. two soldiers to talk to ."' he'll do It. The fellows with goldfish that had Inhabited the All veterans 'are Invited to be office published after the next meeting
one or -- Court:
COInmlaaloner. present whether members of the of the board. ,
but kept moving around playing 20c.' camp pooL I Richard Duane Cunningham F
unty Farm Club was stated that
Bureau Cross not. It"
has He Red hell Legion or
and laughing. is still pretty sure
If to games: talking and Sgt. Crawfordare Conner 2c. March 15.
a good start and CpL Forsyth tourists next the speaker will explain many Bible Story Hour
wonderful expe. lot more i
Ita It was a as are many snare a Benjamin Franklin Geiger S
next says In service, In connectionwith
still of Interest
meeting at the this
In Starke lence to talk to a nice American and others are being Inducted year. Quite a few stopped point loan under the O. I. Bill 2-c, March 22. Attendance hit a new hlj h this
on more, of the
Friday, ,
8 girl speaking one's own familiar daily. You Bradford year when they heard Lewis F. Grimsley Pfc. Sept. week at the Tuesday afternoon
a cpecied all mem- after weeks of combat crowded conditions to the south. of Rights. Bible School with 103
be language, citizens whose sons are I 29. 1943. .. Community
to attend. against an enemy who spoke a County returned safe from war who I Many liked the quiet little town SANTA FK: CEMETERY Morris W. Barton, S-Sgt. children and 9 adults present in
or among' un- service and vowed they would return. Methodist Recreation Center.
out strange tongue was in work- March 29.WILtIon
News while that son There will be a cemetery
familiar surrounding and enemy generously to Red Cross and Several 1 new permanent residents at Santa Fe Cemettry on F. May. T-4, March 29. With their teacher, Mr*. W. J.

rl ScOUU held their civilian who gave feel now that your contri- have arrived too. some whom Ing Wednesday.. April 10. There lea James A. Grlffls, Pvt. March Churchwell and her assistants
Una reg. Food ia these clubs and fromthe cut should give ,a served a. soldier beret and 27. the children began the Easter
Wednesday be need for this everyone
can dire
after bution knows' to
the g tutee Center. A I mobile unltj was free, Cpl. thought to those boys who are ADd if anyone how. interested Is asked to attend George S. Chambers T-Sgt. Story with "The Triumphant
If and then when he whom thesame reconvert a red and yellow pillow 11.Raymond. Into Jerusalem." The
party Was : Forsyth says serving and to send funds for hiring March Entry
planned for now word -"Greetings send help, or
y tt 2:30: at Crystalan 'went to Paris on a pass Red service may be denied because top with the From help. Bring dinner and be Lee Watson Ship' class meets at 2:30: and the class
rer, Cross came to his assistance a- of lack of funds If the to My Sweetheart to work all day Service Man 3<. Oct. '45. which had been meeting near the
ther something prepared
rat Wednesday and all gain. A private room in a good Red quotas are not met. Let us all Camp 'Blanding"ull-thAt' the .cent Mr. M. 1.. Watterson, Sec. Lois Shlrlee Callla, Spec. 3-c:, school house has been i II combined
Fled to hotel was secured for him by that Red Cross must that would Fla. Match 28. with this one.
% Hampton
Box 9.
attend.-IdeJl remember Treas.
..:..aad< Vivian Cross at a cost of SOc a night Conner really wants to see. t
McRae. excellence at a carry on.
and a meal par "
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e- I Ham Logan, Defendant. Case No. William D. Morgan ..
I I 452S. Clark Building l r
STATE! OP FLORIDA to I William |
HEADQUARTERS CAMP BLANDING Logan whose residence. and address
EtitabUllbed 1877 Is Unknown.

C. E. Matthew __________ Editor and Owner Office of the Camp Commander e :'i April You 29 are, 1946.required In the to above appear named on MAYES
i Court and cause, wherein plaintiff RADIO
Camp Blanding, Fla. seeks divorce and custody of minor SERVIC
; 1shed Weekly on Fridays Mid Entered taws Second Claw Matter children. Bradford County Telegraph -

at the Fort Office at Starke. Florida. .. 'i'.,,.., '. Next four shall weekly publish Issues.thin Order In ON SERVICE

25,r March, 1946. Witness my hand and official ALLRADIO KE9
t seal at titarke Florida, this March
That. 28, 1948
It Seems
The Honorable Chas. A. Darby. ,,. i {OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasA -
South I
Clerk of said Court. Walnut Street
Mayor of Starke Lucille C. D. C.
Chamber of By Conner
The meeting called by the Starke Starke FloridaDear
Commerce for April 19 for the purpose of discussing -

increased recreational facilities and a supervised pro- I
gram of recreation for children, young people and Mr. Mayor:

adults is right in line with the 13-point. program suggested of March 20th voicing the SEE FLY & BUY
by J. Edgar Hoover, directorof the F.B.I. for Your very kind and thoughtful letter 1
the control of a threatened crime wave in the United sentiments of the people of Starke \toward the military personnel sta- thePiperCub
States.In. tioned at Camp Blanding during the war, is a matter of high appreci-

a recent newspaper article, Mr. Hoover wrote: ation.

A wave of crime affecting rural and municipal It is sometimes difficult to conceive of the problems and difficulties

areas alike is sweeping the Nation today. What we imposed on a modest community when there is developed adjacent to It
had hoped to avoid in the post-war period is now here. a full-fledged community of over 50,000 adult individuals. This was
One out of every 23 inhabitants in, the United the experience of the people of Starke, and the manner in which they .. J ..

States is a member of a potential crime army which}: solved the many problems presented, and the very splendid spirit of cooperation -' FLIGHT INSTRUCTIONby

numbers 6,000,000 persons. which they evidenced at all times through many difficult years
Youthful criminals play a prominent role in this is a record of which they should be very proud. Ralph Cheshire
long-feared problem. During 1945 more persons aged
17 were arrested than in any other age group. As the Commanding Officer of Camp Blanding when it reverts to
Recently in one rural area four boys ages 16 and an inactive status, I wish on behalf of my several predecessors to express I' .

17 formed a gang and embarked upon a threeweekcareer to you and the people of Starke a warm appreciation and a great
of crime. They traveled over 1,100 miles dur- admiration of their considerate understanding of the needs of several
ing one week in a stolen car and committed numerous hundred thousand young Americans who needed recreational outlets and Conway-Libby U-Fly-It Service

housebreaks. Their loot included guns, knives, ammunition family housing in a very difficult period of our National life.I .

jewelry and wearing apparel.An particularly appreciate your comments on the services',of Colonel CONWAY AIRPARK
extensive career in crime for these boys was
Minikes and have forwarded to him your very fine statement of com-
perhaps interrupted at the time of their arrest. mendation. 4 Blocks West of Union Bus Station
Two of the boys were products of broken homes.

The mother of one of the youths was a person of low In the event any requirements occur during the remaining active Phone 32 or 147 Ring 2

moral character and the youngster had no respect for life of the camp where you and the officials of Starke may be helpful,

either one of his parents. you may rest assured I will know that fullest cooperation will be forth-
The other boy had failed to receive proper pa- coming from you.
rental guidance at home and it appeared that this factor t

probably led him into a career of crime. Yours very sincerely,
The mother of another member of the gang had ONWAY'SService

been associating with men in the absence of her hus- CHAS. S. KILBURN,
band. Her son obviously resented the delinquency of .
his mother and as a result failed to have the (,.. l/ !
proper .'. ,')"' ("I Commanding. Station
incentive to maintain good conduct and a good reputa-

tion for himself. PHONE M7 RING 2 FOR SERVICE
This case is a typical example of present day
youthful crime. It involves a problem that must be
met if the future of our Nation is to be secured. in a mighty short time. Jerry has Oil Changing

Juvenile delinquency is a local problem and no one The Political PictureBy never bout his bothered fitness to for talk the much Job but a- Greasing
remedy is sufficient to cope with the situation. Citizens -
has appealed for votes on the Waxing
can participate in or sponsor the following steps ground that if he wasn't electedhe
which will assist in alleviating the question: Rtutnell Kay In his group to visit them.It might have to work for a liv- Washing
1. Sponsor recreational centers and adequate for time that
proper but a looked a Jerry ing and he has offered his wife k 9 Polishing
the primaries
physical training programs for leisure-time activity With May Carter was going to get by witn- ;
children reasons"for
and as "good k
there la still little -
that will appeal to youth. few Interest weeks away evidenced in the coming out opposition but two men qus lifted electing him and once cam- .. Tire Repairs
2. Obtain leaders and workers with with Secretary of Slate Bob
youth election as far as the general paigned on the slogan "Let's get
;i the and Gray Just before the deadline ou ELECTRIC ARC WELDIN
ability inclination to coordinate activities. public Is concerned., more fun out of. life"
3. Demand that each police agency be equipped Former Governor Spesaard L. March 22. Those opposing Carterin It Isn't such an exciting show
with the best facilities and the most modern imple- Holland Is the only candidate who Group 2 for the office of railroad this time, but still It Is your dutyto
commissioner Carl M. GAS
ments. Urge that constant training programs con- seems to be making: a real cam- of Jacksonville are and Joe vote on May 7th. Don't forget AMOCO ONE HOUR
ducted by professional men of law enforcement be paign and he Is going at it withas Williams of Tampa. Taylor Is -, OIL.& GREASE
given to police agencies. much vim and vigor as if he Chairman of the Ouvnl County
1 4. Insist' upon a program to maintain high standards faced equally active oppoi e Atl. Democratic'Executive IH CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD '''
of ethics and efficient discharge of duties on the Lex Green is late getting started Williams, like Brown committee'j COUNTY IIY. FLORIDA IN CHANCE Quaker State

part of law enforcement agencies. In his campaign. An ear all- comer to politics but Dorothy Logan Plaintiff, vs. WllITCH- Oil
4} 6. Urge returning veterans to take up the fight nent has prevented his taking cellent record as an able business
against crime. the: stump, but he is expected to executive and Is planning an intensive Sealed Containers

6. Start a campaign to prevent dangerous souvenir do au shortly.Polly campaign In tha few
weapons from reaching the hands of criminals. Rose Bade, after a brief)I weeks left before the election. I RIDE

7. Protest against the unwarranted leniency thatis I purl, seems to have quieted The Genial Jerry has the ertge on FLORIDAGREYHOUND AUTO LITE
shown to repeaters in crime. down( while other candidate: show his opponents since he knows Are you tormented with'Itching ofecsema ; BATTERIESLINES
8. Give and assistance little' evidence!) oC offering anything more folks ana more folks Know psoriasis., rashes, first aid,
encouragement support to ; in the way of spirited opposition athlete's foot, eruptions, rectal ItchInir -' Inc.
youth-serving agencies in the community. to former Governor Hoi- him than most any other roan In or other externally, caused skin I ,
affliction. ? For relief and!
the state. The Jerry Car quick
name BUSSESFor
9. Support, assist and encourage any program for land. good results use VICTOHY OINT
the proper care of children whose mothers must by The free-for-aU In the race for ter alone' is worth a whole heap MENT. Developed for the boys in I Safety
the offered to the folksback
Army now
of votes and if eltheof his
necessity:, partake of gainful employment in order to railroad commissioner in Group opponents home. White, creaseless, an- Comfort & Economy '
Commissioner Gene succeed In unseating him tiseptic. Safe for babies or chil-
provide the essentials of life. I L, to replace dren. A can't
name you forget Phone 147
10. Teach other parents that their primary responsibility Matthews, Is beginning to warm It will be necessary for them to VICTORY OINTMENT-the finest Take Care Of It
their and their
Eight candidates have qualified Impress names
lies in the home. up. old !. Starke by
Joseph B. Abram of Jacksonville qualifications on a lot of folks CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE I
11. assist and
Support, participate in any program
Aiken of Miami
F. D.
dedicated to teaching good citizenship. -
Fred W.; Brown of Tampa, wn--
12. Encourage and in training t.
participate religious -
/ bur C. King of Zolfo Springs H.
and assist churches in setthtg up leisure time pro- E. Moore of Tallahassee A. Wm.

grams for youngsters. Morrison of Miami A. A. (Barney Easy does it Elave a Coke
13. Encourage any worthwhile program that desires ) Poston of West Palm Beach
to analyze the delinquency situation in your com- and George A. Lane o* Braden-

munity. Such an analysis may show the need for a ton.Of
coordinated practical program to assist youth. this group King. Poston,
The majority of veterans who return home will Moore and Brown seem to be the
be able to continue their civilian lives where they left only ones who have done any
off if they are free from discouragement and disil- serious campaigning so tar if I
lusionment. the others ae working ;you don't .r I+ I /+ C IhIIII I III I i AI II Ih I lit ,I t .,{ I II
hear much about it. I
The "kill or be killed" philosophy which has been King and Poston both politIcally
instilled in'our veterans need not necessarily be a fac- wise and experienced cam-
tor in post-war crime.It paigners are counting on support
is highly improbable''that veterans who have from County officials and legisla-

r been fighting overseas to preserve democratic principles tive friends. Kink, as a former
11 will return home and immediately attempt to at- candidate for the office and a

tack these principles by engaging in a career of crime. State Senator, feela"'conftdent he I l ,I! i Id 1 r
The most important will get strong political support,
thing to remember is that a ?
while Poston, with a strong following I d I
few isolated IIh
instances of
crime among soldiers are of among County Commissioners I I T- -a I II
no more significance than among other groups. and A wide acquaintanceamong
We should turn to the
veteran for assistance because legislators and State and
his influence can be an important factor in Influencing County officials contends that he

youthful delinquents back to the way of will hold his. own as fares CourtHouse
wholesome, lawabiding citizenship. support goes, anywhere In .
the State. H. E. Moore who baa
The Chamber of Commerce has sent a letter to all spent many years as State Audi- tar- .

religious, civic, welfare, fraternal, and political groups tor, working with the Auditing
in the community asking each to send a representative Department and with the Comp
to a meeting to be held in the courthouse Friday troller enjoys a wide acquaint.
night April 19, at 7:30: otlock. ance In the same circles where
It will be noted that "proper King and Poston claim their
strength and It will be Interestingto
and adequate physical training programs for leisure- see which one really Is the
time activity" is the No. 1 point on Mr. Hoover's excellent 'fair haired boy" In this respect.

program. Therefore, it is hoped that the meeting Fred W.Brown of Tampa withno
here on April 19 will receive the attention and political experience or background -

,I cooperation that it deserves.The but with many years of relax with the that

' ._,........,WIiIl..IIj..IiIllillJI.'oIII\IIIoIWWt'. .. ... ',. ," .......'_11".11I11.-' ; uuawwwurrwrr. communications experience In transportation work. Is countingon and pause "' refreshes L

PINE,. TREE INN support Mr. and Average-Citizen for the past 60 for dayshe his The job's easy as pie when the whole, family tackles spring cleaning. /'

1 1.2 Miles South of Starke on Road 23 tacting has as been many on folks the road as he con-pos- Especially when at hand in the family icebox there's Coca-Cola. Have r I /

sibly can and this week
that he has) visited reports every com- a Code( just naturally means "Let's enjoy the pause that refreshes"

Bar-B-Q Beef & Pork, Hamburgers Cold' munity of any size from Pensa-
Roast Beef & Pork Hot Roast Beef & cola to Ft. Myers, on the West Cleaning house or "open houseeocaCola goes with the friendly

Pork Cheese, Egg, Salami and all Sand Coast and will cover the central] spirit of hospitable family
wiches Soft Drinks, Coffee, Beer & Milk. section and East Coast before the ways. Coke ca-CoLt
election. He has made it a point "Coc..cola'and 1U abbrevisUOII.0nul
to visit every newspaper office >> UMDII>> AUTHOIITT OP INS COCA-COIA COMPANY. IT fCokV.re the wgUttwdM tbI ...-
enroute and reports a cordial reception ImarU whkb dutuifui
A Clean Place For Clean People STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Jurt of Th CocCoU: QCmWO'
from most publishers who
-.-. .rw.srr. "coos inr. _tn M'e."rrw" 1tftt" r w, ,,,., ,, .
h ""'"'",,, ...... tell him he Is the first candidate: --
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AII-- Road to Utopia 1 Your car stays dusty all the prlnlnaBrooker, New River Graham
i 1: VA and Hamilton\ subject to the I
With Bing & Bob time.There will of the voters In the Democratic
should also be a park. Primaries In May. If elected to

stationed with the armed guardat At Florida SundayBing We have a small man-made lake this the dullos office.connected I promise> therewith to discharge In a sse.veris

GRIFFIS that could be built up to look fair and Impartial manner. Your
IL Brooklyn N Y., before! being vote and support will b. highly appreciated ..
;SEP IN' ottl transferred to the West Coast. Crosby, Bob Hope and very nice. There Is no place for .

Sgt. W H. Griffis, son Dorothy Lamour team up for a recreation for the young people. Your respectfullyN. ,
Before joining the
E. GrUttS otIS ; Navy he was fourth time J. Lewis
IT W. In "Road to
bih' and employed In the post office at Utopia"which There Isn't even a grocery store --
stationed In Tokyo) Avon Park. will occupy the screen at within 3 or 4 miles of the place. FOR I''IIBOL HOniItlnttlrt > -

many interring expel the Florida Theatre Sunday and There could be at least one store theSchool Democratic. %o. a Voter of SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLET

ng I .c '. Cook wears the Good Conduct Monday April 7 and 8. Board. Vintrlrt No.3. Bradford
I with the 1I where every one could get small SEA TROUT PERCH BREAM
r' bar the American Theatre Asi County, Florida:
occupa Reputedly the funniest "Road" Items like bread, etc. I hereby announce my candidacy "
atic-Pacific Theatre. Philippine for the office ..f Member of the RED BASS SHEEPSHEAD
writes ,. picture to date the
fce I h J Liberation and the African-Middle script is a The houses are very nice and Hoard of Public Instruction from j

that hat ," riotous take-off on the old gold. kept looking nice with plenty of District N... 8, comprising the vot- ALSO
Eastern ribbons.
aringt I rush days when fortune hunters Some of the houses In" prt-rlnots of Hreoker, New Fresh
be paint. need River, Orahnm.. and Hampton, subject Dressed & Drawn Poultry
At the
expiration of his leave
,1 1 I. manyin ttls I hied north to the Yukon in search some more grass and shrubbery to the Democratic Primary on
his he will report to the receiving of burled treasure. May 7.
station at Miami for around them. They look kind of one malt cnn promise interest\
me town reassignment The object of their misadventure bare without any. do In the landwelfare MAGNOLIA FISH MARKETCALL
and and plans to reenlist when of our children and the
rtey. Is a rich mine burled in the It U a nice place to live even
'z'rl schools In my district and In the STREET
,f ell he I his present enlistment Is up. snowcapped Alaskan hills It.sDotty's If It is the State Prison. county as a whole. PHONE 37 STARKE. FLA. 1
"the old t: inheritance Your vote and support will be
two of V
County C' a B. L. WILKINSON. JR. sincerely appreelatd.iteapectfully I'V .
rd the Yukon's shootin'est thugs. are yours,
His adBit
SgtGriffis Bennett L. Wilkinson Jr. 20, A f
assure Lamour they'll beat themto
will .be a celebration of NOTI'G :gEVERYBODY
of LAWtey veteran of three ma. the punch. The trip is made Notice In hereby given that theunl"rllll.n..d
34th Pacific and Holy Communion at 11 a. m. in li engaged In business
Calif. jor engagements an Just a bit more difficult when the under. the fictitious name of

APO 24. SF. eye-witness to the Jap peace sign two boys mistake the ship's porthole I St. Mark's Episcopal Church on Alvarea Store at 109 West. Call St.,
-- Starke, Fla. and] Intends to registerthe .
ER.'i.ST: PIIILUPSoSEP ing aboard the battleship Missouri for a safe and throw their Sunday, April 7, in fitting ob- said fictitious, name In the Office +

FORT BRAGG !, arrived in the States last boat fare to the shark's fins. servance of Passion Sunday. Sunday of the Clerk of the Circuit ENJOYS EATING
AT Court of Bradford County, P'laW .
week and was discharged at. the With their last dollar floating away will .
T. phillips, son : School be conducted at n. Graham Starke, Fla. AT
gt Ernest Jacksonville Naval Personnel Sep Bob and Bing have to start 3-23 4t 4-1J
E. F. Phillips 10 a. m. and Young People'sService
and Mrs TV aration Center on Monday March their northward. A
i way
recently awardedCondnct iv: nnci'vr cornr. nii\i>roiti>
at 7:30 m.
,"ke was Medal for 25./ galaxy of new hit tunes in pro p. COt NTY. FI-OIIII\I.N CII4NPKIIY. The PARK CAFE
On Friday evening at 7:30 the ; I
vided for the three stars.
and exemplary be- A gunner's mate third class r.otlIN"Vllila.. Plaintiff vn James.
rious Wilkinson obtained his "box seat" Rev. George Alexander will con WHIM, n..f"n,..". Case No. 4487.
efficiency and fidelity. . . . OKDKR OF- PPRLUATIONAND
to his latest award, for the Tokyo event by offering tinue his discourse on the sub- NOTIPR TO APPEAR !

aditlon entitled to wear the U. S. his services to a cameraman who! State Farm ject of the Incarnation of ChristIn Willis STATE, whose OF FLORIDA residence to Is: Cherochee James- Delicious Regular Meals l

ulshed Unit Award, the was filming the ceremonies at a the World. He will speak on Alabama. Healthful Vegetable Plates :

and the distance of /50 feet "The Church the Body of You lire required to appear on
Furiagerre, only away. Mrs WhltNeld :
By Bryan April IS:\, 1949 In tho above named ,'
Military Order of William Wilkinson served a 21-month tour Christ." The church so neededin Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Short Orders
e . . . seeks divorce, Bradford County
rd He participated in thed of duty with the Missouri and the world today, must be more r1- this UrderIn .
__ .
I ; Pf'u'-h: : weedy --- --4
and Central European participated in the naval engage than simply another organization. next Issues. .

,gns as a member of the menta at Iwo Jima Okinawa, and i the meeting of the Com- Thursday morning the customary : seal Witness at Stark.my, Florida hnnd and this official March

I Glider Infantry of the fam- the bombardments on the Jap munity Club Tuesday afternoonof Lenten Communion service 19. 1948. When Your Tires Are Slick Time to Recap!

Airborne Division.! mainland.The last week the business sesnlon will begin at 7 o'clock, followed (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.: J. Thomas
d As Clerk I of said Court _
Missouri arrived In the was presiaea over by Mr* J. G.I by breakfast in the Service Cen- Zuch II. DoiiKlas, Gainesville Fin." e RECAPPING

(COO.K ENJOYING Godwin, president. Miss June ter. A cordial welcome Is extended Atty. for Pit. S-lft 4t 4-5 AND VULCANIZING
States in October 1945, and participated 1r
BROOKERI Caldwell was accompanist for the for all of these servicesby i
in the Navy Day cere- IN CIRCUIT [COVHT Hit \DFORIIt'01 )
used In this part of the the Rev. Fred Yerkes, Jr. act- .
Gunners. Mates it songs ? NTY, Fl.Ultllltl IN IIIANIK.IIY. AND TUBES
I Cook, monies at New York, before J !
meeting and during the social Rector of St. Mark's Church. -
enjoying a 2S-day leave was sent to Cuba for several Ing 1IamleVllkerllnn Anderson, Plaintiff I

bis mother, Mrs. H. H. I months, training new crews. Wilkinson hour played "When I Grow Too vs.Case John No.T 447 Anderson$. Def.dant. .... .zla .tll / 24.IIOUR SERVICE ;it
Old to Dream" as a solo. In a
of Brooker. He la JustIn was detached from the Political ORDER OP1 PUBLICATION BEST MATERIALS \r
bird contest Mrs. C. M. Turneywas
the States from battleship on March 20 at Bayonne winner of a novelty glass Announcements STATE OF FLORIDA lot John T. I GRADE "A" RUBBER 1,

and has completed fourof and was ordered to Jack- of Anderson whose residence I III un
eea duty both In the dish. arrangements known. i Workmanship Guaranteed
sonville for his release.
flowers made the Club on I
Spring You are required. to appear
He is a
ic and the Pacific. Wilkinson attended the Lawtey Room a lovely setting for this FOR HKriU'.MKVrTIVK April B, 1941 In the above named I PHONE 79
of County Commissioner I hereby annonnrw' my candidacy Court and cause wherein plaintiffseeks ,
High School and was employedwith enjoyable gathering. Hostessesfor for the office of Representative. In divorce and, restoration of
I Harrell.k the St. Johns Shipyard at the afternoon were Mrs. J. Ihe Stale. legislature from 1 Hra.lfordCounty maiden mime, PTndford County
took his boot training at subject to the will of the TelvKrnph shall publish this OrderIn
Jacksonville for four months C. Wallace and Mrs. J. G. God Democratic voter In the May 7th next four weekly Issues.Witness STARKE TIRE SERVICE I
Va. was
ton Roads, prior to his entry into the NavyIn win and they served Ice cream ,rhnary. Your vole and, supports mvlianil and official seal !I
appreciated.rou .
b greatly at Starke, Florida, this March II.lU4S.
September 1943. and cookies. 1'_ ltuberla .

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Bennett .- (OFFICIAL" SEAL) A, J. ThomasAs Adjoining Temple Garage Temple Ave. r
CLUB MEETING s'rATidleel'IIRabV'Gt1'It I': Court. rI
UltlDC.K Fun Clerk of mild
L. Wilkinson, Sr., of Lawtey, the mY candidacy Florida (i
C. M. Turney made her 1 hereby announce I H O. brown Starke, I -
veteran now plans to take an Mrs. for reelection to the office if State All). for Plf 3-15 4-5 I
for her from urmdtordCounty - '
electrical hydraulic apprentice home especially lovely Keprcmentatlve, nubjeet to the will of the .., : .:, : ,.. -'i!' : .. '
of'the State Farm Bridge NITI.1NOTICI
course under the GI Bill of meeting Volem. at the May Till Primary 1 IS HEUEIfY: U1VKN that
Club Thursday afternoon of last (laving nerved In the I1I4U SenHlonI the undersigned. I. engaged In business i
Rights. of profusionof feel that the experience gained under the fictitious name of
week by the use a created will l h" nt
and Dowllnir Brothers, located at
JOIN TIlE CHAMBER OP sweet peas. On this occasion "Great value to the people| of Kra
r COMMERCE: and help b u lid Mrs. Robert Kite won high prize, ford County and office.Florida, K 1 um reelected I the said fictitious name In the .
to thus of th.rk' of the Circuit
Starke. Mrs. J. G. Godwin, second high Your vote and support will be Court of Bradford (County Fla. r

and Mrs. L. F. Chapman "bingo". highly appreciated.N. 0. WalnwrlBht, Jr. W. 13 Dowllng, Starke, Fla. 10TII & CHERRY STREETS
r 1 I number of Defense 3.11 4t 4.5IN
Each award was a
.. ; I
r .\ ,.. ""I. Stamps. At the end of the TO the. (fcanllfldl'' latent of Count? CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORDtOVNTY III ;, ....,
f f t J games 'Mrs. Turney served'a sal- I Connnl..lonrr District Mo. :2, \I'I.OItI"1 .

( ad course to the players and to I Bradford announce ountr.. Florida.I mY candidacy. Ann IHRY.Htudstlll. Plaintiff vs. Jack

1'46i', Mrs. J H. Moncrief who joined for hereby re-election aa County Cram ml.- 44gt.Htudxtlll, Iejendant. Case No. II

PROMPT SERVICElAHMER'S them at the refreshment hour. alimer Primaries of District In May.No. 2 If, subject re-elected to ORDER: OF PITHLICATION: d

tf ;f. the continue to work forthe AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
1./. 'J rqi Sunday visitors of Mr. and I Promina bent to interest of the District STATE: ow FLOIUDA to jack
Studstlll, whoso residence Is unknown
were Mr. and and the County an a whole.Upon
Mrs. J. M. Bradley .
I reHpnctfullykollclt
Mrs. Vance Geiger and their son this vote promise and active support You are required to appear on 12 x 14 15 x 20 I
MADE TO ORDER your April 15, 1944, In the above namedCourt
Bradley of Jacksonville.Mrs. on May 7th. and cause, wherein plaintiff
GIFT SHOP OUR SPECIALTYLAPPS W. L. Terrell arrived Wednesday Youra very E. L. CHAWFOUD. Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Ilradford this County OrderIn $18 $34

from her home in Washington next four weekly Issues

110 EAST CALL ST. D. C. to visit her brother- FOil COI"WTV COMMtaato\aR Witness mf hand and official seal
BAKERY .. 3 this March 13, Mash 4.40
IMstrlrt N at "Htarke, Florida, Laying -
PHONE 66 in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. I hereby announce mynelf an a 1948.

L. A. Shepherd. candidate for u County_ CommliiHloner__ ua.,. (1 OFFICIAL&SEAL) A. J. Thomas Starting Mash 4.75
from IMntrlct no. t. Having nr Aa Clerk: or said Court.
._ .... .. Mrs. R. H. Tyson has returned cummlseloner for one K. O. Drown Starke, Florida
.... ... Broiler Mash 4.75
from Jacksonville where she was termolnfeel that. I am fully qualified Atty. for Pit. 3-15 4t 4-B -

or Safety Comfort and Economy the guest of relatives and friends) second and district If elected and the will outtnty give the aa IN CIRCUIT cot-'R'r. lilt"OFOltl' Pig Ration . . 4.10 '

for several days during the past ''a whole the beet, service (If which COUNTY FLOHIIlAl IN CHAN.CRHY. .
I am capable. Western Yellow Corn 4.10
FOR COURTEOUS week. W. Mitch Edwamlk.FOH John Wllllitnui, Plaintiff v,. RssleWilliams. j
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rogers and Difendant. Case No. 4484.

CORRECT Sfl$ little Monday daughter.and Tuesday Lavonia with spent Mr. COI'ITY Miseries COMMI1HIOMCR Mo 3 STATE ORDER AND NOTICE OF OF FLOltlOA PURLH.'ATION TO APPKJAIl to: Heels- Ballard & Ballard '

INFORMATION f2h Rogers' sister Mrs. Claudia Leo.I my 1 candidacy wind to announce for County at thla Com time mill. known.Williams, whose residence Is' .un !

Please Phone 147 s+ "7 Cuff. In Jacksonville. loner of District No. 1 of Bradford you are required, to appear on
week Mr. and Mrs County.I April IS, 1S45. In the above named
During the veteran of World War nand wherein plaintiff .r
am a Court and cause,
Lines J. W. Woodward have had as nerved In the European Theatre seeks. dlvorne. Bradford County FEEDS

Ride Florida Greyhound Inc. Busses their guest A. Waldrep Johnson of If War.1 am elected you may feel. Telegraph In next four shall weekly publish Issues.this Order

STATION who la minister at the Springfield aaaured of a fair and Impartial Witness my hand and official seal .

UNION BUS Church of Christ In Jack administration to the beat of con,nahility. at Htarko, Florida this March 13.: tit ,
FU.fr for your
StorKe, Thanking you '
emple.\ve. LACY CONWAY. Agent 19411. '.
sonville. Mr. Johnson is conducting I sideration. I..m (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. THomasAs
series of services at' ReepectfuUySyf3 Clerk of said Court.
'nensrrnvnlrmemo, ", ',,, ""1111j .r a Denmark Hy Lucille C. Conner D. C.
'"**-__U""U"IMIll"mWWlftlllIIl11Illm'IIIItKUKIIQ'ftIIKIIUWKIIIItI", IKmUm"'UII'IIUII"rlP""oOI'lIl' "" the Church of Christ in Starke. T. Frank Ij..ndrum, Btarke Florida

Sgt. and Mrs. Edwin Fulton of COUNTY COMMI4A1ONKM.Dtstrlrt At). for Plf. 3-1S 4t t.1 ELECT

j 2 : I Starke were Sunday supper guest FOR N.. 4 IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD
I announce my-
Watts this' writing II CIIAMCKIIY. -
Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Illeftt Office of COUNTY
of reelection to the

INKIER Electric Service and Lynwood Jr. 'I' County Commlfliloner I>l.trlet No. Maml. .Lee> Howard. Plaintiff, vw.

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier 4, Hampton Democratic Graham voter and In Thereeeeto'the the prl- James No Henry 44 IIS Howard Defendant. J. P. Make' ROBERTS
I visit- to Case
were Saturday and Sunday 'marten. May 7th. If reelected ORDER OF PUBLICATION
222-224 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. ors of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McRae thin office I will connected continue to therewith discharge AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
the duties OF FLORIDA to: James
HE CITY" and family In McIntosh. In a fair and Impartial man Henry HTATR Howard, whose residence. Is REPRESENTATIVETo
OLDEST IN I' Mr. and Mrs. Paul, McLendon : oar On that promise 1 will rei 7th. Unknown.
vote on May
your required to appear on
In You are
and son. "Spanky", were Thank e April 15 IHe, In the above named The State Legislature
as supper Respectfully wherein plaintiff I
Gainesville Saturday Court and pause,

RADIO SERVICE i guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. -T. C. Telegraph seeks divorce.itiall, publish PTairford. this County OrderIn From Bradford County

CogdUl. SCHOOL BOARIJ nest four weekly i officialseal
Witness] tnr hand and
R. Martllng N. 1
( Mr. and Mrs. S. V. visitors I I hereby Dtetrtet announce myself a candidate at Starke, Florida, this March Hwera4aa HE STANDS FOR:
of Melrose were overnight i member of the Board of U. 1941.
NAT SATISFIES TryUs of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Griner Public Instruction North atarfco District and Lawtey.tlavlna 1, comprising A.(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A. J. Thomas .N1

; ; C. Hoopltal
Saturday. served la this capacity before Hy Lucille C. Conner, D. .I
I Mrs. Odell Cauthern of Starke with; three. year aa chairman 1'. Frank Landrum Btarke a-U, Florida.t..., x' k ( For Bradford busty
We Mr. and of the board I feel that I am fully Atty. for PIt.
Strive The Moat Complete Wednesday with
To Carry spent "qualified andif.ieeld I connected promiseto xoTO M" a
Mrs. M. C. Roberts. discharge the duties Notice In hereby given; that theundersigned Mora State a Federal Fund
Parts manner
Stock of Tubes and In aa Impartial r'
I therewith( ; are engaged In business .
-J. H. Moore.FOR For Russia. !. GouotyMain
fictitious name of
BEAUTIFY OUR I under the '
HOW WE CAN I Sunshine Juices at 701 Temple Ave., SAMV
NEW' SHIPMENT RADIOS THIS WEEK j I COMMUNITY' SCHOOI BOARDniatrlet Htarke, Fla and Intend to registerthe
N. I In the
fictitious name LatentIlmvl
said II.nllllufadnc

Cop Vaculator ________________________ 2.95: I (One in a series of articles students on- I hereby far re-eleetlon announce myself as member a candidate forpUtrict of- Office Court of of the Bradford Clerk. Count of the r. FIn Circuit L ,4' : sl 1r 1' Throughout County
1.25 beautification prepared the Board of Public -W. C, Ware, Fla. _
'eready 2-Cell complete -- Civics No. 1. comprisingLdiwtey Htarke, Via. _
Flashlight, -------- of the 9th Grade If re-elected to Grad Rldgeway;
Ird Everlike 36 In. wide __ 8.15 and North Starke.offlc. I will eon- 1.21 It t-1I Better Public School
; Matting 25 yd. roll Class at BHS.) this Important 4t;

'Ir1n Radio A & H Packs, l'/i V-A 90 V-B ____ 5.95 By Leslie BradleyI farm. Anus all to schools work In for the the county.best Interestof I will 11'1' CIRCUIT, FLORIDA COURT. IIRADFORDCOUNTY I* CHAMCKRY. 1 -

W" each live at the etate prison appreciate your vote and support :. More Adequate
and Sonora ____ .31. .53 .79 III I Primary on May 7.Respectfully. Plaintiff vs. VelmaKirnbrell .
Records ____ I most people have the wrong In the oomlnsT C. H. Klmtirell.! Reboot Lunch ProgramOM
Now Case
I IlI11er Defendant
Hearing Aid 45V Type and 1V4 V Type i idea about a prison. They think J. 8. (Buddy) Noriran. UII, e.

Blow 1.25 I Ic. Is a dark and dreary place I mHOE" OF PUBLICATION f
Torch ---------------- : It to be beautiful FOR SCHOOL B01RD AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Increased
eke 4.50 i that !Un't supposed District N*. a STATE! OF FLORIDA to: Velma
Electric Solderingwlron 60 W -- la I43tHOIXAII Age PraalooNO
--- There residence
--- different. candidacy Klmbrell. whose
but It U quite I hereby snnouac* my
2: .
L A. ElectrU Soldering Iron 115 W ________ 7.50We of free labor out there for' member of the Poard I>f Publicndructien Ferry Road Charlotte
i Is plenty from District 3. subjectto North CarolinaYou
I the inmates The house are the will of the Democratic voter are required to appear named on NEW TAXES
Can Furnish Your Lighting i now from one aide In the primary of May 7. If ale.cted April Zt. 1949 In the above plaintiff
changed wherein FOR ANY PURPOSE
being responsible position I Court and cause t
I this
RADIO THEM ASK US to the other. to of divorce Bradford CountyTelegraph ,
TUBES WE HAVE of the highway promise to carry out the dutlee Seeks this Ord.rWit. .
shall publish
SizeDon't I I i When it Is finished it will be the office to the beet of my .ability four weekly Issues. A Vote for Roberts Is A Vote
We 48" appreciate yourlotto In neat
Can Furnish Fans in 12" to t: beautiful as well as convenient.However and will support really and '. =
main improvement M. ]J. Croeby.FOB seal at Burke Florida
t Forget Duo-Therm Hot Water Heaters I think the = :31st. 1945.OFFICIAL. For Your Own Best Interestsr.
be made J. ThomasAs )
that needs to SCHOOL, BO HDDlstrle ( SEAL) A. .
Also Duo-Therm Space.Heaters are S Clerk of said Court.
They Mev
streets now. D. C.
I U the Lucille C.
aereby anounce myself a candidate By
See Us About Your Wiring Needs sandy and dusty. The dust Just for member of the Board of Zaeh H Douglas. Gainesville.3-13 4t 4-13
flies when you go over them. Public Instruction District S, tn. AU) for

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"';""' ,''r.x: 'f:"" ,., is chairman for this event.

I SOCIETY and CLUBS St. Mark's Ladies '"', .'": '.,",. 1',<:: I I Mrs.. Joe E.; Wilson, Js to be 'Winsome Class

Plan Silver TeaThe I > ,1 chairman for the Easter Decorations 'Banquet Tonight
I I :'' 'f Ie for the church and she also .

fl' i Ladles Auxiliary of the as Community Missions Chair The Winsome
! t Visitor Honored { Birthday: Dinner Episcopal Church made plans for wt man, reported on several cases Baptist Church aa.ha

i'' At Stump Home For Mrs. Lawhorn their Silver Tea at their regular '4'* i. /d y, 1s of interest which have been' quet at the church today e
meeting held in the Service Cen- z y brought to her attention. Mrs. ) at 7:30 for

Mrs. F. F. Stump and Misses birthday, celebration was held ter Monday The president, Mrs. pzt Knight, program chairman forthe their husbands DIe

Evelyn and Lillian Stump enter- recently at the home of Mr. and Mattie Gahagan, presided over a ; month Introduced the topic, Mrs. W L/ Hatnrltk

II I tained at bridge In their home Mrs Lee Green in Brooker to business session The tea Is to "Evangelical Witness to the Ortega Baptist Chul'tb

on North Walnut Street Thurs- honor the 76th anniversary of be held on Thursday, April 25 World" and the program present. sonvllle will be the

day afternoon of last week in Mrs W. M. Lawhorn and the and the following chairmen were Jk ed around this theme gave each NeqHarleylocker

I .honor of their guest, Mrs. A. ; 3rd anniversary -of her grandson appointed for the event: Mrs. O. member a new appreciation of

.Welles Stump of New York City Tommie Green. Rev. Lawhorn L. Beasley, chairman of decorations the value of 'all evangelical wit

Bowls and vanes of Calla lilies, gave thanks for the bountiful Mrs. Richard O. Kidd, Jr., nesses, regardless of their reli Mr. and Mrs.

; sweetpeas and nasturtiums were dinner which was served. chairman of refreshments and gion. Mrs. Wilson, Mr!!. Moyer, of Lawtey announce AIonioRi
used in the room where three Mrs. L whom had five daughters Mrs. J. W. KIncald, program Mrs Ted Simmons and Mrs Van ment of their I the

tables were placed for the' play. and four: sons pre s e nt. chairman. Carden took part on the pro Mae. to Nelson n daugblt. !
era. Mrs. ,J. M. Smith and Mrs. These were Mrs. Bessie Brannen There were about 10 presentand gram.A of Mr. and Mrs BIll((1
fT. Sternberg were given handkerchiefs : and family of Jacksonville, Joe Mrs. Gahagan served delicious of Neptune W, M
series of closed the Beach.
,* aa winners of high ;and: : Green of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. refreshments following the prayers The
second high, .respectively. A VR.. Duboae of Worthington business session.Woodman fA meeting and the hostesses served of marriage will be,
'spring; handbag was presented to and Mr. and Mrs. :I. H. McCor- i cokes, and sandwiches to those Methodist Sunday, May 3, in the
the honoree a memento of the mack of Jacksonville, Rev. and CircleGrove present. The Easter motif was

occasion. Mrs. Fred Green of Garden City, further carried out in the plates. W. B. Sewell 1 Is

Delicious refreshments consisting Mrs. Lorena Boyd and family and No. 278 of the Supreme convention of atlw
of.strawberry shortcake Mrs., J., M. Hendry and family, Forest Woodman Circle will hold s ; The Kingsley Lake Circle met West Palm Florida fe

and coffee were served to the bath'of Jacksonville, and Russell its regular meeting on Tuesday ti q k..>zzr at the home of Mra. Lewis D. Beach thin.

players during the afternoon. Green and family of Brooker. April 9 at 8 p. m., in the WOW r Haines Tuesday afternoon. A and impress upon their b
;selection from Isiah ::43 was read
Others present were Mrs. Hardy need of and posslbllltlei j
Mrs. Stump and her daughters Thomas and daughter, Lucille, of Hall.The circle la conducting a con ; m. er "" by Mrs Fred Ross and a discus- more extensive service

entertained Friday morning for Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Joe test and the .member who bringsin T x-: sion of the different parts was neighbors around the _
their guest, Mrs. A. Welles Sluder of Mr. held among the members present. I *
and family Tampa, the most new members will R.. M, The program was dog
Stump; with''a Coca-Cola party. and Mrs. Dyson of Jacksonville' receive a prize. All members season of prayer that!uJ

Attractive arrangements of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McCormack, are urged to be present. The purpose of this programwas edge might give ants i
spring flowers were placed about Mra. J. J. Hatlden, Mr. and Mrs. k to make the circle members tion of the value of Ih

the room, and open-faced sand- Herbert Witt,. Mr. and Mrs. Al- Ladies AuxiliaryThe aware of the work that has been done by Evangelical

wiches, nuts and drinks were bert Cesery, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. 1. dohe by all Evangelical denominations tions. t

served to guests who called during Brannen, Mrs. Radford Brannenand Ladles Auxiliary of the in their witness to the After the program, itul

the morning to be with the son, Kirk, of Jacksonville ,'Presbyterian Church will hold its Mr. and Mrs W. B. Sewell, pictured above, were hosts at a world and to open their eyes! to served refreshments to htlOURSERVICE ,

honoree. and .the hostesses. Mr. and Mra.. A. W. Douglas and business meeting: in the Sunday lovely reception Tuesday evening March 26, at their home on North I ---

daughter, Jeanette, of Starke, School room Tuesday, April 9 at Walnut Street, in celebration of their Silver Wedding Anniversary.
the arrival of Mr .
Announcing Mrs. Rosa Pinholster of Brooker. 3 p. m. Mrs. H. E. Boelter, newly (Photo by T. H. Osborne)
S. E. LawMon Beautician, of Ft.
Because of bad weather, the
elected will All
president, preside.
Lauderdale; at .Leila's' Beauty dinner was served In the Community S'.
Salon. members are urged to attend this Circle long absence and led the devo
Center. Baptist
first, meeting of the new year. tional. She also took charge of

""' ._ I Meetings TuesdayCircle the program in the absence .of

the program chairman, Mrs. A.
No. 1 of the Baptist E. Wall. The next meeting is

} r WMU met Tuesday afternoon at to be held with Mrs. Sparks.
Help Get the home of Mrs Maxle Carter
The topic of the
a program pre-
on Road 13. Nine members were
present .and several Items of sented was "Cooperative Program i1 j w q t'I
Work Around The World" and
business were transacted:
several talks and Interesting' discussions
The leader, :Mrs. L. G. Powell
5'oapBRING s Well, it 'lJet'ml'J' that, the bobby over white pantalettes tied with presided and an interesting pro- were held among the ..
BOX and crew cut crowd have occupied red ribbons Jerome Johns gram was presented with each nine members present., 'Duringthe ;:;. "_ :

the spotlight during the was typically small boyish with member taking part.A brief business session, an of-

past week, what with their annual one toe tied up in a dirty rag profusion of spring flowers fering was made for Community

Kid Day frolic taking place and his spare shoe tied to his were used by Mrs. Carter in dec. Missions and one for the build

INr Wednesday, and the gala Let belt Other attractive infants orating for this event and at the ing fund. Mrs. G. A. Anderson
terman's dance last Friday night Monteith closed the meeting with prayer. .
were Margaret Lila conclusion of the meeting she ;
I .. Prizes for the cutest couple I Rae Caldwell, Esther Griffis, served delicious Ice cream and The hostess was assisted by

i went to John (Coater) Anderaoaand 'Betty Jean Hiatt and Betty Reddish cake to her guests. Mrs. Anderson in serving straw- ;

USED FATS/? ( Seleta Sparks' In the Kid. ..h. berry ice cream, punch and cake It

i I Day event and they were, jeremoniously1 ***** .- to her guests.
Circle No.;' 2 of the Baptist
presented ,with an assortment '- Bobby Turner, in sawed-'jff
t II I of bunnies, jump roped overalls, served! as a very efficient Missionary Union met Tuesdayat The Business Women's Circle IS COMPLETE
the home of Mrs. A. A. Dur-
I 1'and rattles aa their awards i master of ceremonies for the of the WMU .met Monday night
den. Mrs. R. A Thomas openedthe
: Other adorable youngsters were program and a skit entitled with the devotional at the home of Mrs. One'; Wig-

'Hazel 'Fleldll'with' her long dark : "Blue Be rd'" was presented with about meeting Jesus and little children. gins ,on .S. Thompson St. with No matter' what entrust to our hands-
I tresses 'rolled la curls/'andLueUa I Lyle Anderson in. the' title role, There were seven members !. Mrs 'John Moyer as co-hoatess.I .

Davis In.a red checked: .,lnaf ore I aided and abetted by droopy blue pres- I The.Easter motif .was "'carried your favorite suit, or your finest rugs and
whiskers Judd ent.The i out in' .
paper Kitty decorating tot the meet r '
wt z i t S f
.w .t .It WMU president, Mrs H. L, atten"i
PTESENTING \ portrayed the wife, and Lu Davis Hough.>gav 3an. Interesting talk "Ing and: bawls of sjweetpeas findcalendulas' draperles--we give it'the same"careful
and Alvarez, Jr., were the : 'to''the
_. ... on "The Responsibilities) of Youth beautyof tion ''that would If youf" were doing( : the
'(- efficient rescuers June Patel) ,the}living room ,you; .
8' ..TodsY"u .. .
'l. r -" in pigtails ,hnd", a short yellow Bowls and vaaea,* early spring .The secretary, Mrs. E. L. Biggs, "' "work in your' own' home. If "you have never

MedicinesWhich dress sang "Doctor, Lawyer" in and summer,flowers were placed presided in the'abs nce 'of: the
her beat manner, with Lou''' Edwards .cleaninlt'pJant in operation,
about the room where the group leader. The devotional was taken seen a modern .
Should Be On at the Alex
assembled. H was decided to from the 23rd Psalm and theLord's
Your Medicine Shelf Purcell, Carson Geiger, and V. R. hold the next meeting with Mrs. Prayer in concert opened 1 i drop in .some time and we will be glad to

Ferguson had the hard and Ethel Newsome.Mrs. the "meeting. There were 13 ': t that
; the
TLQRIDA LIVRA.TONE. thankless task of deciding the Durden was assisted by members and twabltors pres- show you around and explain process

y' is A MOO. xmcnvaLAXATIVE: winners .. '". Noted last-year. her mother and by Mrs. Houghin ent. Miss Thelma Green of Nashville gives you such excellent: results.
grads Jean Adkins and Mary serving a'' delightful salad Tenn., who is making her

Ellen Wasdln watching the festivities course to her guests. home with Mrs. O. J. Griffin, wasa
and evidently wishing guest of Mrs. Biggs. '
VIGOROUS back in dear ole BHS CLEANERS
tRICE themselves Circle No. 3 met at the home The collection was $21.80 and STARKE 'DRY
$1.00 After the the care
of Mrs. D. W. Moore on Weller $5 for the birthday fund. Plans
free kiddies adjourned to Gold St. Tuesday afternoon. Her home I were made for furnishing the

REDFLO Head Branch for their annual was! attractively decorated with I menu for the Baptist and LAUNDRY ST.

A Splendid Spring Tonic picnic roses and petunias placed on the I hood banquet which. Is to Brother.I' P"5NE

$1.50 -- various tables.:! I next Tuesday. Mrs. C. A. Knight I
Letternuui'B dance the
---- The at
The leader, Mra. S. E. Sparks,
country is short of in- On Yoa Buffer WithBACKACHE armory laat Friday night was
was able to be present after a
THIS fats"mighty short. ? quite a colorful event althougha

The supply'is so low that the near-tragedy occurred becausethe He and and the children

government must decide how TROUBLEKIDNOFLrsiC A orchestra boys failed sign to :make on the the dotted U ofF will continue Betty'to live In Atlanta Do You 'Want a Hospital For Bradford Coup

much fat can: be released to KIDNEY line, and said musicians, got a where he has a position selling
make soap;how much for other surplus with the RFC Julian ,
better bid from Live Oak, after
him bees the. ...- Peek back from a awing around ,
peacetime goods. The shortage r for a quarter of a ......t...,... agreeing to play here, and left ?
would be even worse withoutthe B.......I Ba..kach., Arm mid. IIK the local lads high and dry the state, visiting friends in Orlando 1. ? you want a nice: hospital available for your family and ovdd ones '
".'... Frequent or Mcmktjr .._Ir. Fort Pierce and elsewhere A hospital that Is sanitary t
Wonderful American operated by expert personnel
help ..
and llarnlBK 8 o tl<.. when Urine MAXie Carter, Jr., laved the day
housewives are giving by turning poufs are. your Wnrnlnic: Hl...l.. however, by rounding up an Mary Ellen Wasdln wearinga by a group of efficient and conscientious doctors whom we kno
Act ClMlrkln Blurt tahlaw KIUNO-; diamond solitaire on that all- and
in used fats. HI.USII now l' trad t.. fl.... /!>. eight-piece negro band from Pa- hand whom we can trust?
.. ..... important third-finger ,left
Kld ra and In.d. Inrrrmmr* Ik. Tables and chairs
Keep saving to tide us over flow of Urine and aid the Kid....,.. latka I. ". The source: A. T. Andrews,
this emergency. It will help In natlaiv their want......i.....U.rjr .work.. vff .U...-. were placed around the dance ex-Marine, now working for the 2. Do you want to keep the money in Bradford County that will otherwise

YOU get more soaps and other relief wUaln a few Yon hoar mar. .expect floor, cabaret style, and cokes Mason Lumber Co. In Jaxville go somewhere else if the members of our families have to( 6e

products you want so much. PRICK 75c were sold during the evening' . A., W. Anderson. ,Jr., pre elsewhere for hospital care?
Among those noted in attendancewere
to Lex Greenon
Phelps' LinimentFor Herlong and Norma Jean his campaign tour in the 3. Do sick
Adams, she looking quite lovely you want to have your loved .ones while they are
t>KAy UNCLE SAM. Aches & Pains $1.00 capacity of sound technician in you
I In a royal blue skirt worn a hospital _
IP SAVING/ U6E9 j crepe Nathan Prevatt negotiating for

1 FATS HELPS' MAKE e.ll 'with med in a sequins white .crepe. Edna'blouse(Pearce trim-) a location fof.\. new grocery I 4. Do efficient
s RtsLBl1D 5 you believe that to
; 1 efepl8 which he hopes to open here soon your families and loved ones are entitled
@ MOKECOAPafCOUNT h- and Cy Hill were also much in
II, oub hospital care: when they are sick?
\.' ME III I d'' :':.r.: 1 evidence, Edna most becomingly I
turned out in a black linen' spilt
Ie aklrt, worn with white eyelet Hear her pat.yt- was last marriedto week 5. Do you believe that Bradford County is worthy of the. best and entitled

rtiu..I.hduwomse blouse Incidentally, hear and has D. to the best?' .

1 they are buying a house behind C., where he'll be stationed for

>stJK USf.111$10 and TLOSR BUD. "ujnM> 1tor1. Mra. Pearce'a*. and Cy will enter a while '. Hope to have complete ... 6. Do you want Your countyto be ,the best county.in Florida in whichto

... Me I U5TA9 coca! A5 I 14.. ... for. baralni raltavtnt wnutloa minor irrlta'common_ of t* tkoYaalaa tlIa the U of F at soon aa possible detail.by J next _week live, to conduct: your business and to rear and educate and care
r 1 sea and la peer .Uraln."... (. I "''''' thwtky. pramotlag aetere's w. gowned in black with a high her entire spring vacation mak- .

A mil d.ltai.tfal I".W to Yt ntnin. '117...... neck line and blue bead trim ing sister Idalou' formal for the .IF YOU DO Then
show Commissioners
91.00 -- Jr.-Sr. at FSCW Saturday your by meeting your County
the congenial couples prom >> your School Board Members and yo Among Not many girls have a young your City Councilmen,
Woman's ComfortFor glimpsed were Dorothy Lappe slater who could do that for them, neighbors andfriends in the

tOTS MORE FAT SOWS Douche $1.00 with Lyle Anderson Freddie says I. Leonard (U of F)

10 MELT WWrl,flOW.} Asmo-Eze> .. WImberley. Bettie with Everete Hayes'with McKinney ex- Smith,will wend his way Tally- COUNTY COURTHOUSE,.TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 8 P. M.
ward for the weekend as Dooley'sescort'
4I1MI"'I, HOW TIf! .. '
assistant coach J'ohnDeaa (now '
: Beneficial In > Hear that Mrs. T. J. This of
loosening the choking is the time to
SALVAGE CAN FILLS t ttit mucuoA which in employed In Panama City) Griffin and Gloria Green celebrated -' express your views, and remember, if the people
In Bradford ,
present Bobbie Turner with slater, Betty County want a hospital and will and cooperate
TJtSe: PAYS I.}' ", a) conditions of Bronchial Asthma the former's birthday an- get together
they have
I thereby promoting comfortable Reddish Charles Mooney and niversary by spending the week can ahospHa-tha fulfillment of a cherished hope of Bradford
aS Hazel Fields Jean County residents for
breathing. PRICE $2.50Phelp' Betty end through Tuesday with Glor many years.
Hiatt and Mule Carter Jr. .
t n AN? THE! WICKER) Grace Green and ex-Marine. Enos ia's mother Ttaebna Mendoza
SalveFor and Dr. Mendoza: In Jacksonville '
i GIVES ME 4* FOR Piles Hayes Jim Brown Godwin My West Florida operator: REMEMBER THE DATE AND HOUR TUESDAY'e
ElEfff ROUND' I '1 Cuts and and Marga r e t Monteith Canova has
flashes that Julian
ISICJtl! IN/ "clfl8i' Open Sores 65c Coach and Mrs. Carson Geiger sold his huge drug s tor e in APRIL 9, 8 P. M. IN THE COUNTY COURTHOUSE

)I Prof. Foster Shi Smith .. ., will
Panama City and soon return -
Exclusive. In This SectionBY Dot and Bill Powell And associated
to be once more
N8tIIems % scads of other Altogether a in the enlarged Canova drug store: By Order of the Board of County Commissioners ofBradford

moat interesting evening .. .
In GainesvtUa..ntry;
StJt7lt- F. R. CarradineLAWTEY. -t County, Fla., April 1, 1946
Can Street &oeae George Manama ..
Look a* U that's about all for .
KEEP TURNING IN'USED PATS 7 down' from Atlanta and ex- this time So long See -By M. O. Harrell, ChairmaJIDOE
FL.,. pecting tll.t medical
TO HELP MAKE MORE SOAP a discharge you in the next .
come time this week .. Carolyn.

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Mr. and Mrs. Berry Johns and Mrs. Bessie M. Davis Is In I. cox: 114, Wilmington. North r.
IBITS of LOCAL NEWS I III1d daughter, Josephine, have moved Jonesboro, Ark., visiting her olina.you are' required to r car-I, Try GRILL f

Into an apartment at the homeof : brother, Lawrence Crow, who was :May 6, 19it., in the above ". .. JOE'S
Mrs. S. S. Dowllng on N. Wal ,. recently discharged from the Court Meeks and r'i rauio wherein, custody plaintiff and
A. Welles Stump Mrs. S. S. Dowling and her nut St Navy. control of minor ('hl"I..n.1."I'a"- Highway 13-:3 Miles North of 'Starke
Airs in brother, H. H. troman, ford County Tel".r8l,1ahall pub.
'home spent 1
their Mrs. Charley K. Johns will be Arthur Manassa attended the
llHh thl Order In next four weeklyiMHUetl.
alurday several For The Heat Of
with days this week in Jack-
visit *
after a brought home Saturday from St.Vlncent.s district bowling convention In
city ,
York F. Stump. Bonville visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Witness mv'hand and official Beat -
MM Fred Hospital In Jacksonville Jacksonville\ week. lie spent at Starke, "Florida lhl. :March 30,
and their way B. Godbold and Mrs. Wilson G. where has tats.tOb'b'iCIAL. Fried Chicken, Shrimp, Oysters
here on she been for a week. last week at the National Con-
stopped $S AL) A. J Thomnn.AH .
after spending the winter Lee.Richard Mr. and Mrs. E M. Davis and vention In Buffalo.. N. Y. Clerk of acid <"ourtHy .
Florida. St. John son of Mr. Miss Jean Davis were sightseeingat Mrs. Elizabeth Mornick of the I-uolll C. Conner, D. C. or Steaks
uth R. II L>-an-517 Lynch UUI.,
Sun- and Mrs. V. S. St. John, arrivedIn
Witkovskl returned Silver Springs Sunday Jacksonville Beach USO Club Jiickxonvllle, Florida .
R. of his brother- Seattle, Wash., Friday after Tuesday visiting friends Atty, fur I-If. 4-8 4t ..18
home Miss Nina Bishop returned to spent
oaid Mr. and Mrs. serving overseas and came to and attending to business here.
sIster Wesleyan College In Macon, Ga.,
being aBt Augusta, Ga., later in the week
MatthewS after Tuesday after spending the spring Francis S. Dixon, Sr., of New I
Hos- for discharge. lie will be home
In the State Farm months. I this weekend. vacation with her parents, Mr. York suffered a heart attack Handsome SOFA BEDSFold
for the past three I and Mrs. H. A. Bishop, Sr. Monday morning while visitinghis
the arrival of Mrs.Lall'son Among those visiting Mrs. Mr. and Mrt. Lucian Conner, daughter-in-law Mrs Dixon
oundng out for double bed r :
E. Johns in St. Vincent'sHospital
of Ft. Charley I
Beautician Misses :Mary: Ella Ward, Madge Jr., here and wall taken to St. ''
dale at LeUa'1l Beauty in Jacksonville Jerome and Sunday Mark- Brownlee and Haven, Crosby, Vincent's Hospital in Jackson- Assorted Colors-s
afternoon were
Vernon Crosby and George Powell ville In a DeWitt C. Jones am-
'. and ')[rs. Eric B. Hyde, ley Ann Johns, Mr. and Mrs. L. made a sightseeing trip to Silver' bulance. He Is a prominent artistof
fr Rennolds, of Starke and Mr. 99.50
his A.
I Hvde'a mother' and Springs Sunday afternoon.Mrs. New York City. His conditionis
of New Or- and Mrs. A. J. Williams and Mr. i
w. Gene Rlnz and Mrs. A. M. Pettit of Ala- Milton St. Peter of Gaines- slightly improved. -- ,
f1.shrip 1r
I a -
.. are enjoying Friends are glad to know that
BI u Beach. chua and Mr. and Mrs. Bill ville, formerly of Starke, accom- I
Miami 'Truman Dyal of Brooker, who '
at Dr. Alexander of
panied George
Rennolds, Ollveambaum of Gainesville. V
and Mrs L. A. that city here Friday night as he has been lit the Alachua County Occasional Chairs
Mrs. Eula Kaspar Duncan, son of Mr. and I
Glisson Gainesville, mov- I
Edna Ward Mrs. K. G. Duncan, was brought came to conduct services at St.Mark' Hospital In was
C. F.
ham and Mrs. Episcopal Church and ed Monday to the home of his '
from Jacksonville hos- Way
home a
to Fernandina Tues- brother In Gainesville\ and his
visitors pital Saturday after several days visited friends.Announcing. I i condition is greatly Improved.I' Assorted Colors and
Jr., was treatment for a broken left arm the" arrival of Mm.
I Iksonvllle Richard on 0. business Tues- sustained earlier in the week. His S. E. lAWson, Beautician, of Ft. I Mrs. H. A. Bishop, Sr., is I I Styles :FLOOR I
arm is healing satisfactorily. Lauderdale at Leila's Beauty slowly improving at her home .
Salon. from a recent serious Illness. rya
___ ,. LAMPS
d Mr. Mrs. E. J.
of and
Miss Beryl Jean St. Peter of Guests 13.95'Just ,!
Gainesville spent the weekend I Dahmer for two weeks are Mrs. '
with Mrs. R. J. Davis. Dahmer's mother, Mrs. Eva Allen : Silk Shades \
aunt,'Mrs. York of
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Osborne I and Mary the thins for that dif I
went to Tampa Wednesday where Cadillac, Mich. They came Tues I I '
day. Mr. and Mrs. Dahmer and ficult space I n your living 34.50ALLMETAL
she will attend the FEA convention -
there and Mr. Onborne their guests spent Thursday in room, hall or bed room. .
Jacksonville.Mr. ..... -
will attend! to business.
and Mrs. Marvin K. Miller. r -
ll lrrl Mrs. T. Frank Landrum and
b S. Wilkins and Fellar Wilkins JUVENILE
children are visiting relatives in
of Nashville, Ga. and Mrs. W. C. I ,
this week.
Brooksvllle .
,. Mizelle of College Park are I _' ,f
Mr. and Mrs. Jack guests of Mis. Janie Avery this I : CEDAR CHESTS
and sons, Jerry and Jimmy, will week. i

arrive Saturday from Oak Ridge, Pvt. Frank Tomlinson of Ft.
r y n t Tenn., for a week's visit with :Mrs.! Bragg 'N. C. is spending a 19'' PRE-WAR TYI'E I
V Scanlan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. day leave with his parents, Mr. Red _V i 1
N. Sternberg.Mrs. and Mrs. O. F. Tomlinson of
Jimmy Downing and son Lake Butler before being transferred Cedar I
to of Charlottesville, Va., are guestsof to Ft. Sill Okla fur FieldArtillery
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Redgraveand I I Officer's Candidate

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martinez. I I School there. I 13"x29"'f '
returned to and Mrs. George Cartel' of
Sao Mrs. B. F. Hall : Mr.
\v her home here Tuesday morning Merritt's Island are spending this .4 '
o from the State Farm Hospital I week with Mrs. Carter's mother, DOUBLE 95 !
A 2refi / 1vd where she underwent a minor operation Mrs. Laura I. Powell and brother- and SINGLE: nOORS.
last week. in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs.J. I.

Mr. and Mrs. L. S, Hutto and H. Fields. A weekend guest' of
Miss Garnlta Hutto were sight- \ Mrs. Powell will be. Mrs. Robert IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER ,AT
seeing in Silver Springs Sunday. Tanner of Baldwin.Mr.

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Llttrell of and Mrs. Dennis J. Sho- H. Denmark Furniture Co.
Radford. Va., spent a brief visit walter, Jr., of Jacksonville were John
last week with Mrs. LittreU'auncle weekend" guests of Mr. and Mm. Sl1AIlKE., FLA.w .
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. F. Maxie Carter and Bea Moncrief. ,PHONE 151
Mrs A. H. Johns Mrs. Frances Moyer F. Stump and family. Mr. and Mrs Resale Colaon

,Mrs. S. E. Lawson Friends will be sorry to'learn and daughter,i Dlanne. spent last
friends in -
,. ._ ... .-. -,-- that Albert G. Kruse Is at present weekend visiting -
_. --'" Ga.Among.
-. '- confined to the Nantlls Hospital Our Building Is Sold
resultof the teachers attendingthe
In Miami Beach as a C
..... Association -
ratfon: Florida 'Educational
"""' '' jO' a recent emerg'ency'op:
His condition is greatly Improved.His meeting1 in Tampa from Now YOU Can Buy The, 'Stock!
Davis llUi k-Drying Enamel address is Room 32C, The Thursday through Saturday are
Nantlls Hospital, 43rd an4| Alton Foster Shi Smith, MIss Elate '
Duncan, Mrs. Dorcai Carver, N.
Rds., Miami Beach Fla. I
1.35 per Quart Carson Geiger; Mrs. C J. Frazier
Mr. and Mrs. John Marshallleft
Wednesday by plane for their and Mrs. Oscar Crosby. I ('Watches Diamonds 'Elc

Old English WaxNo Rubbing home la Brookville. Ohio after iv (mri'iT' cm'IIT. IlilAIU.'ORn Jewelry ,
attending to their business interests ('01 MTV, FI.OHintl IN f1IAN. _

1.39 per Gallon property here.on Weller They St.sold, to their Mr.I I Helen tiff 1',FII vii.Y.Ulliatielk,John, Alton We.tbrook WeMbrciok Pin, l In->.- Your Price Is Our Price- No Reasnable OfferRefusedSolid

and Mm Paul Faulkner and on fenilnnt Cane No PIJBLICATIOM 4548 :
Church St. to Misses Florrled and ANn ORDER NOT1OF TO AFPHAllHTA.TK
Old English Paste Wax Willa Vida Killlngsworth while Alton \\pnthrook.CIK. FLORIDA. whose to nxlilenraIn : John Gold 10-K Earrings Diamond Kiddies $

% J. A. Htbrook, Route Na Wedding. Band Seta '
PoundWestinghouse and Mrs. Ovid Lewis of f.alesl5lyleR T-Shirt.
.59 ,
per __ Jacksonville were visiting here Ban d s Values to 5,00 Solid Gold

Bug Bomb end.and In Mr.Brooker Lewis is over employed the week-with Men 2.45 plus tax Going at 49c 9.95 plus tax 15c ,

the Veterans Administrationthere
as Deputy Supply Officer In
2.95 charge of transportation. They Get Readyfor Solid Gold Men's Ladled Birthstone Used Windproof DuhiJI
a duplex
recently purchased
apartment house on Lomax St. In R i n g s Watches L I g h t era
loodyear Belts for Small Motors Jacksonville from Judge and Mrs. EASTER Initial Rings I"eg. 1112 Perfect Shape -

A. Z. Adkins and are dividing Reg $1 .4Sc'C i
.41 each and their time between Jacksonvilleand 7.95 plus tax 4.95 plus tax $10 up
up Gainesville, where his work .

Metal Wash Boards .80 takes Misses him.Ida Lou and Marjorie Sterling Silver IIS-J Waterproof
Davis returned to FSCW in Dresser Seta Steel Cue
Tallahassee last week after spending Dress Shoes om pac t a Charms

HARDWARE CO. the Spring holidays with their UelC $2 values Reg 3.95: R $l to $l.ri0' W ate he a
BRADFORD mother, Mrs. R. J. Davis. Marjorie eg Ig szi

spent the previous Satur- 49c plus tax Going at $1.00 49c plus tax $11 plus tax'' t
who Is employed -
J. n. Carlisle, OwnerNOTICE. day with In her Lake father City and Mrs. Loafers .

Davis and Ida Lou spent that day '

at Friends the State will Farm.be glad to know Straw Hats No Refunds Exchanges -- All Sales Final

that Mrs. L. C. Smith of Waldo, sk
formerly of Graham, Is recuper-

ating in St. Vincent's Hospital in This Is No Sale
Jacksonville from an operation Pick Up Your All Prices

We Are Happy To Announce That dren performed, S 2-c last Alta week.Smith Her of Savan-chil- Socks REPAIR WORK I It's A Giveaway !

Smith of
nah. Ga., and L. C. Cut
Beach, Mrs. Henry Rogers Etc. Deep HURRY

We Can Give You 3-Day ServiceOn Daytona Frazier of of Waldo Graham and spent Mrs.part C. of J. Wembly Watches,

Kodak Finishing the Monday Lt.weekend(Jg for) Thomas nine with months'her.Lakes G. Ritch Interne-Naval left Ties All .Fixtures For Sale We Are Going Out of Business

ship at the Great
Base Hospital In Illinois. His
The Beat Is in care of the Base
Accept ONfyY address
Your Neg- Hospital Great Lake, 111. I ManhattanTies The
Prints From Miss Thelma Green of Nashville -

atives, We Make The Tenn., has arrived to make STAG
with Mrs. O. J. Grif.
her home
Best Pictures fin. .
From Every Negative. Mrs. R. B. Trask of Lakelandwas
Mrs. f:
visiting her mother
Those GOOD PICTURES ENLARGEDLet W.Earl!H.B.Perkins Searing,and over sitter the,week Mm. SlacksROBBINS' 137 West Call Street Starke, Florida

end.The H."Noble of Yoe-
Us Show You SAMPLES kum Texas Rev. conducted servicesat This Business Is Now Owned By ,
Presbyterian Church Sunday

Hollywood Camera & Gift Shop Mr., March and their Mrs.24 cousin and J.,H.31.Mrs.Crawford Jean- HARLEY F. STRONG

Commercial & Portrait Photographers sUe Youngseveral days last Who Operated As Camp Blanding Jeweler Since 1941
week while enroute to their horn Formerly Sternberg'B 1 1Z
Stationery in PitUburg. Pa., after spendingthe ,, 1f Z
Greeting .
Cards Photo Supplies winter in Florid. f

I.. 1 I 1 I .J .1 1 4 J'' .. ., .. '... -

I r

. .. . S . I .N'
. 55s In Beulah Church Sunday. Nine Pointers Girl Show on StageOf e.RcrlT COTCEIIYrY'

Mr. and Mrs. Murray Castle For Saving FoodNine HamptonBy Pine LevelBy Florida Friday Marie Phllom..na .\ ul.

TheressaBy berry, Mrs. J. C. Cochrane, Mrs Bartsch "IRlntltt s"hl 'r
Irene Cochrane E. S. Sibley and Mrs Jimmie ways ia which Florida !Mrs. M. C. SweeneyThe Mrs. II. M. Mcllae Lloyd Posey and his Rainbow IIch, Defendant ,,. I. JoA:!

. e S Swindell were visiting little housewives can save food to feed . . o . . . Ranch Girls ,show will be presented AND'N OTi' NentjitiT; ,

Elaine KeLsey at Glendale Hos- the starving in other lands arc Young People's Choir enjoyed Rev. W. K. Hall filled his regular at the Florida Theatre on Fri- nartech STATE, who OF FLonfnfPf. !,,
G. W. Ezell Mr. and Mrs. Leon pital in Palatka Friday. dre.n, rp.ld.
H. G. state is 6oade
listed by Clayton,
a delightful outing and appointment at Pine LevelChurch day, April 12. The show fea- phis: .? 31arket b
Tomlinson and his mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Thrower of of the food ":
manager emergency
weiner roast Sunday morning and tures, music You
last ,
Saturday evening comedy, dancing,
LJzzle Tomlinson of Jacksonvillewere Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs program for the U. S. Depart- April 19. I118e4ulred 10
at MIdlakes. home of Mr. and evening. etc., with Hawaiian
weekend guests of their J. D. Griffis and J. J. Zelgler guitar, Hula Court and .. ":
ment of a" AeIUh
Agriculture.In Mrs. Fred Dodd! Instrumental Mr. and :Mrs. A. F. Hall of and Hillbilly music. seeks. divorce \u ,"
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Her- trW .
parents, Saturday evening.Mr. Malden .,::
suggesting concrete in Jacksonville the Name,
ways music and group singing about spent Mr.
Posey originated the show Telegraph flradCfJl1I'
and Mrs. John] Jordan and shall
ley.Mr. which each household may assist the campfire was one of the at- with Mrs. Hall's parents, Mr. and In 1936 and has toured the U. S. In next tour publl! tuu t h
and Mrs. Griff Phillips and daughters, Norma Lee and Willa In accumulating the huge food tractive f eat u res. The choir Mrs. H. M. McRae. from Witness. my Weekly hand
family of Lawtey were Sunday Mae and Walter Swindell of supplies needed in the current meets each Friday night and is Rev. W. E. Hall and Mr. and finished coast a tour to coast.with He recently seal 15th.a!, J rke. Florldalhk cod' '

visitors of D. J. Phillips and family Alachua spent Thursday evening desperate! world situation, Man for all young folks Interested In Mrs Robert Myrick attended the Roy Acuff (OFFICIAL SEAM
and Mrs. Alice Jones. with Mrs. S. R. Swindell and ager Clayton] said the needs of a voice culture and church singing.Mr. Fellowship meeting at Pensacola and the Grand Ole Opry and during T.A.Frank Clerk ot ..aid :ura't

The Theressa friends of Wilson family. war-torn world for food are so and Mrs. Dodd are the sponsors last week from Thursday until the tour made pictures with Atty. for I'IL I..ndru", 8tark.,1

May of Hampton are glad to Mrs Sidney Triest, Mrs. A. H. great that there is no limit to and are taking a lively interest Saturday. Roy, Pee Wee and Ernest Tubba. IN' THE COt'hT_ Lt11 I

know that he has been dischargedfrom Kelsey and Misses Eva Mae and the American food that can be in these teenage choristers. Sunday dinner guests of Mr, Mr. Posey guarantees everyonean & 0. '

service after a tour of duty Lillie Mae Trlest, Irene Cochraneand used to save human life. Field Day at Hampton School and Mrs. E. C. Lewis were Mr. unsurpassed evening of entertainment. In "oafiM.HiVDPPi re.Egtate: ?"Jll'*Itl' i

overseas He is with his family Ernest Trleat visited Elaine Main emphasis falls on the conservation was held Friday, March 29 and and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas and Joseph M. Alvarn of ,
In Hampton. Kelsey at Glendale Hospital In of wheat fats children of Dade City Mr. and
and oils, an Interesting program by the IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD 3XsB2&'
Misses Irene Cochrane and Inez Palatka Sunday afternoon. Mrs. COUNTY! Mv- end '
Mr. Clayton indicated. A. F. Hall and children of PLOIIIUAI IN CHAN- .
Primary grades opened the days o. U'.....n
Neel Saturday with Mrs. S. Mrs. Griffis and son, He Jacksonville Mr. sad Erla/e. .
spent Sidney made the following recom 'estivltleg. Then contests on the and Mrs. Paul K. Olvln, Plaintiff. vs.
H. Dodd at Mldlakes. Mrs. Dodd Sid, Jr., Miss Mildred Frith Of mendations: playground and various races Faulkner of Starke, Owen Al- Eleanor M. Olvln Defendant. Cane by notified entlhro f 'ou In

Is Improving from a recent ill- Lake Geneva and W. L. Thigpen 1. Cut down on the wastage of with 1st, 2nd and 3rd ribbon varez of Vanderbilt and Mr. and I No.ORDER 4514. 'OF PUBLICATIONAND any or either claims and dempnAsRk

of Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. bread In every way possible. prizes to the winners, marked the Mrs. H. M. McRae. NOTICE TO APPEAR 1 the estate.u of Joseph. m.y her.

ness.Mr.. and Mrs. Johnnie Zebedee James Swindell Sunday afternoon. Present estimates are to the effect culmination of their health program N. A. Conner of Lake Butler .STATE Olvln:, OF whose FLORIDA residence to: and EleanorM. address I decensrd the County late of bald A C.. 'A.

and son, Mr. and Mrs. John Hall Misses Martha Horne and that 5 percent or one slice of the year. School work, and his son-in-law. Taft Elliottof is. 149 Post Avenue, Lynd- I County Florida JUdge al!Vi",

and daughter, Petty, of Gaines- Norma Sweeney of Hampton out of every loaf of break baked both art and literary, was on exhibition Haines City, were visiting Mr. hurst You N.are J. required to appear on Etarke the court, hoops >f APIA, Cx
ville visited their sister and aunt, spent the weekend with Miss every day, goes into the garbagecan. In the various class and Mrs. Owen McRae Sunday. April 19th, 1943, In the above named ender months Florida trult' Within, tlph,

Mrs. J. P. Dickinson and family Ruth Sibley and attended the con- rooms. The new electric clock Remember services at the tiff Court seeks and divorce.cause Bradford, wherein County plain Each first publication !,t!the,thh" ,

Sunday. vention Sunday. 2. Reduce the amount of bread and the attractive draperies, both church each Sunday morning and Telegraph weedy I this OrderWltn..u I wrltlnw claim. and or shall. etogdjb? ,,1'

Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan attended Willis Swindell is spending a 'used at each meal through sub- for the library and the begin- evening and prayer meeting on {n next four my hand and Issues.official seal of dress residence and po.t Off\

the Baptist Union Meeting few days this week with relativesin stitutes such as potatoes and oat ner's sleeping room, were on dis- Wednesday night. at Starke, Fla., this March Zlst. be sworn of to the by olalm.n th< 'OJ
Jacksonville cereals.: Use fruits, for example, Home-made 1940. or attorney and ilEDWARD
play. ice cream was any
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, lor
The many friends of Mr. and Instead of cakes and pastries for sold during the day and added At The Tabernacle As Clerk of said Court. void demand not iC fled c
desserts. I By Lucille C. Conner D C.
Mrs. Frank Kelsey] are to Interest In the school and its HPM
sorry C hits. H. ]}ass. 204-05 Realty Bldg. All
CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION hear of their baby's illness. She 3. By the use of alternate commendable] work of the year The Youth for Christ meetingon Jackonnvllle Florida, Testament executor of of Joseph. .t, _
Is In Glendale Hospital in pa- foods, use less wheat cereals for was noted by the visitors. Saturday night caused quite Atty. for Plf. 3-22 4t 4-taN d..ea".d. it *
latka. breakfast. Mrs. L. H. Lambert of WashIngton a spirited contest with the older I rincdT COURT BRADFORD 1948. PUblication' Mare!
4. Save cooking oils by making members of the congregationwhen C'OITNTW', FLORIDA IN CIIAN- ___ J-SJ ,I|
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dodd of D. C., arrived Tuesday to CKIIY.Oerardus.
more extensive use of meat drippings i they put on a number of > o T i r'B
Mldlakes entertained the YoungPeople's visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelia Antonlus Alke- NOTICE IS HEREBY '
E for cooking and seasoning questions[ testing the Bible knowl- made, Plaintiff vs. Helena Henri the undersigned 4u
H. D. are
Choir of the May. ,,
Hamptonand ood. etta Wllhelmlna Marla I>reesmannAMcemade. business under
dge of' the two The the flctiu.,
groups. Defendant. Case No.
Theressa Christian Churches Misses Martha Home and Nor- of Hollywood Camera
5. Hold II
down the number of older group won out by a narrow Shop located ]
4512.ORDER at 212
with a party at their home Sat- fried foods that are served. ma Sweeney spent the 'week-end margin but the folks OF PUBLICATION Starke. Fle. and Intend u
urday night. Welners were roast- In There sa with Miss Ruth Sib- young AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR the said flctltlou t
6. Save namely
and re-use fats and oils promise come-back next Saturday STATE OF FLORIDA to: Helena flee of the Clerk of ,
ed and lemonade served. '
lenrlette Wllhelmlna
for all cooking purposes. night. Marla Drees- Court of Hiadfnril Ouniy J
Despite the rainy weather, a 7. Hold on to bacon grease for Helen Jean and Doris Parkerof The Bible question form of program mann address Alkemade. is The, whose Hague rnnldenoaand Holland. Teuton J. n Bulllngton, Hurk, Fa iid,

good crowd attended and enjoyedthe cooking and render excess fats or Alabama are guests this week is proving popular with all You are required to appear on
April 19th 1948, In the above
of their Mr. and
services and dinner at the meats. grandparents attending.The named Court and cause, wherein USE
8. AU fats that cannot be reused Mrs. John H. Parker. annual meeting of the Tabernacle plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
Christian Church Convention Sun- bounty Telegraph .
should be salvaged and turn- Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Chastain, will be held Friday Aprils Order In next four weedy Is- 66Cold

day.Don't ed In to" the butcher or gr hand
my and official
forget Church servicesat 9. Take it easy on oils and sal- Dick May and Edward Saxon attended 13th anniversary of the founding 'seal at Stark, Florida, this March '
both churches Sunday. Sunday ad dressings. the convention of Chris; of the work. A program of music 2 1st, 1946. Preparatio
PHARMACISTPhone School and.B.T.U. at the Baptist lan Churches of Bradford County will be given by the children and As Cleric of said Court. L Iq.ld-Tn bl.t.- n 1...,_d

Church and prayer meeting on Hints To HousewivesSMALL which was held at Theressa last a roll call of the membershipwill 7. Frank By Jjundrum Lucille C., Starke Conner Florida.D. C. I CAUTION! IseonlrAiIHiJ

64 STARKE Wednesday night at the Christian Sunday; be made. It is hoped that Atty. for Plf. a-2at 4.12 I

On-the-Minit Service Church. Be sure to attend. SAVINGS Wilson May arrived home Saturday as many members as possible will
Little drops of oil, little scrapsof after a year in the European be present to answer with a verse

fat, if saved in every kitchen, Theatre of Operations. Hewas of Scripture. Reports of the different Can Use More 1 Pulpw
-" can make a mighty- total. The discharged at Ft. Bragg, N. branches of the work will M

I r housewife can make an important C. last week.A be read.
contribution to food conservationby number of friends. from here New floors are being laid in ffVJKWRITE TIMBER DEPT

preventing small wastes-the attended the funeral] of W. B. the Tabernacle and other prep- Container Corp'n. of America. Fernandina. Fla.|

oil that runs over the side of'the Alexander, former Hamptonite, In arations are going forward for
can or is left in the salad bowl; Starke Sunday afternoon.Brooker. the coming convention of the National -
the cooking fat not scraped out Christian Laymen's Evan-

carefully when the container is e . . gelistic Association to be held at
M discarded, left in the frying pan, the Tabernacle April 28 through ENJOY GOOD FOOD ATSTANLEY'S
9 A3 wartime Governor, Holland 1\\ or spoiled by careless cooking or May 5. Already letters are being

built the Strongest financial M.v Improper storage. ,", aMore received from evangelistic clubs

Structure Florida hat had in its t' attention should be givento By Mra."T.: W. Markey planning to send delegates. Some

History.. .t careful scraping of dishes 5 5The . . of the out-of-state speakers planto RAN
'w i pans and containers of fat. A come by plane because of limIted -
P.T.A. :Meeting was held time. This meeting Is looked
rubber-tipped scraper of the
type: now selling again at kitchen at the school house on Wednesday forward to( with interest by those MILES SOUTH OF TOWN ON ROAD 28
March 27, with the president who attended a similar meeting
supply counters la a great helpIn
removing that last bit of fat- Mrs. M. O. Harrell presid- Jut year and caught the enthu-
Ing. Several business matters siasm of this laymin's
or any other food. Fat that gets
Into the dish water and goes down were discussed as this was the CHICK!
e Adrerteenesl.r the drain does no one any good- last meeting of the school year. R.J.E. High School STEAKS -

In fact, may do harm by stoppIngup School closed here Friday.
Closes Next WeekAllen
> From where I sit / Joe Marsh drain pipes.Remnants Junior High Graduates were SEAFOOD
I ... y of cooking fat incans Brands Barry, Lorea Stokes, Chapel A.M.E. Church Invites

: should be melted down and Muriel Green, Edith Fowler, you to attend her services

poured out for use before the can Alma Leta Dyal, Roswell Kelly, Sunday, April 7, beginning with DINNER PARTIES SOLICITED
Floyd Parrish Harvard Hazen
i Is thrown away, and the ]last Sunday School at 10 a. m. and
and Lud and Maurice
drops of oil extracted from bot- Dyal. morning worship at 11:30.: Guest
tles. Pan drippings left from Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry will speaker will be Presiding Elder

War and PeaceLike cOOking fat should be scrapedout leave this week for a trip to John E. Cary, business managerof

and the part that has Bainbridge and Valdosta, Ga., and Edward Waters College, jfackaonvllle. -

everybody else,folks in our Seems to me there's the problemin "browned on" loosened by heating Live Friends Oak and Tallahassee, Fla. At 3 p. m. Rev. A. Vin- EARL'S GARAG
of E. M. Hazen will
with a little water and then cent of New Bethel
No the world Baptist
nutshell! in
I town talk about the bestway of a plan regret' to ]learn that he la In a
saved for will deliver
gravy, soup or sauces. a special mes
preserving Some believe one can lead to peace-'til folks respect IS
peace. Jacksonville for treat One-Half Mile Road
Too often these flavorful) drippings hospital sage. Evening service at 7:30. South of Starke on
thing some another. But when It each other's views; allow for ment.
into the dish rather Rev. D. P. Mack
go pan pastor.
cornea to Lud Denny and Sam differences of taste; and learn to than the gravy bowl. I Truby Plnholater attended the All Kinds of Auto Work
each has self- live with opposite opinions. .
Hackney- a Much fat Is wasted by careless 5th Sunday meeting at Beulah K.J.K. COMMENCEMENT: *
invented flan.Talklnc From where I sit. real peace cooking. Once fat has been. Church Saturday and Sunday. ALL WORK; USED Wrecker 9 r

things over at Bill Web- begins with people-neighbor living scorched, overheated, or allowed Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis of The pupils of the R.J.E. High GUARANTEED AUTO PARTS DAY OB MCB1

ster's, Sam and Lad got so worked tolerantli beside neighbor to become rancid It is good for Jacksonville' were weekend guestsof I School have just finished their ,
ap arguing against each other's regardless of who votes) how or nothing but soap-making. In his mother, Mrs R. P. Lewis. Final examinations and are look-

Plan they almost came to blows. who drinks beer or cider or who frying, heat should always be Ralph Mott of Washington, Ing forward to commencement 'VE'BUY SELL and TRADE USED CA
Now each one thinks the other is a wears city clothes or overalla. carefully watched to preventwasteful D. C. was here 'aat week visitinghis next week. The 4th and 5th
Peace parents Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Grades will be seen In an operetta -
public enemy-for: not agreeing starts with Tolerance scorching. To keep fat
"The Maid and the Golden
with Us PUnl. .. from turning rancid or becoming Mott.Mrs.
hktJt moldy, keep It dry cold, and covered Ernest Edwards and son Slipper" on April 10. ,
I in a dark place--In the refrigerator Gene, were weekend guests of
-- If possible. Waldo.Mr. and Mrs. W. H. HInton of BETHEL CHURCH RALLY Bake sweeter, tastier bread !

Copyright, 1946 UuiuJ Sofa Bmnn F Ht,,Jti* Careless measurements, hlt-or- Mrs. Bessie'''Roberta of Lake Members and friends of Bethel
miss methods, and unreliable recipes Baptist Church enjoyed excellent -z FLEISCHMAN
atl] may contribute to fat Butler was visiting\ Miss) Mary services last Sunday, conductedby use

waste. A carelessly made cake Mott here Friday. several ministers from other
that turns out an unappetizing O. W Barry, Mrs. Lloyd Barry, churches. Four new members "'"

If Clothes Could Express failure for example, la a waste Mrs. Arthur Edwards, Miss Fran Joined the church Sunday night FRESH

not only of fat but of precious ces Barry :Mrs. Vera Allen, Mr. after very spirited services. The
and Mrs. Green and Mr. and1rs.
flour and Roy
sugar. Church also realized $1108.60 In
Their Leslie Green were in Gaines
its annual drive.
o \ ville Monday. *

Mr. and MrsV; Sanford Rltch Church Of Christ

Feelings. and son. Gene, of,, Starke were :
01A weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.L. '"The Mistakes of a Successful

.. A. Brown. Man" will be the subject at '11 ,
OF COURSE THEY "rh.: Mr., and Mrs. 'J. D. Waters and a. m. Sunday at the Church of -

h CANT. BUT JUST small daughter; and Mrs. Allen Christ In Starke by the minister,
FOR TIlE SAKE OF p Lucas of Miami, Mrs. O. R. W. Herron. "!low Can I Know,
Waters of Gainesville and Mrs
ARGUMENT. LET'S and Identify The True Church"
PRETEND THEY Hope Medlock of Orlando were will be the evening topic at 7:45.:
CAN Enjoy Real visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wilson
Your Finest A cordial Invitation is extendedto
Dresses and Suits Would Undoubtedly RuBS recently.Mr. .
Express Themselves As,Being Well Honest'toGoodnessHOMECOOKED and Mrs. Rurel Dukes and everyone.

Pleased With the Excellent Treatment They children of Dukes were visiting
Receive In Our Plant. Each Garment Is Processed Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green Sunday NO WAITING-no extra steps! Full.trt e
With the Care and Thoroughness That afternoon. Fleischmann'fresh active Yeast goes right

It Deserves. If Your Clothes Could SpeakThey'd In Clean, QuietSurrounding8 Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Russ and GE71NE Makes sweeter finer bread! And makes rf j

Tell You So. baby were In Starke Wednesday fSPEEDY SIRE smooth te> "
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Parrish You can be surer of tender

and son Wallace were shopping g REL/EFfOR ACID ness-delicious flavor every lime

PHONE 135 702TEMPLE In Lake Butler Monday.
A1'E. Mr. and Mrs. Pasco Green a ndNDICFSrON IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, insist on

ROBT. 3U Mra. Bill Bryant and daughter Fleischmann's fresh Yeast with the

of Zellwood and Mrs. Billy Greenof I familiar yellow label. It's dependable- r S:
Temple Newberry were visiting M e. ss
9-_ and Mrs. Wilson Russ Saturday s America's tested favorite for more than s.. '
Owner f AYe. night. e '70 -.- tv

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and

children were visiting Mr. and
Mra.\ W. H. HInton in Waldo Sunday Story? f/bj4Ilih-ptF' CND
__ -t afternoon. Carpenter's Drug

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t :::: : . big red barn much newer than PACK SEVEN

. the house. The soil Is deep and IV C1IK-HT rOlRT. BRADFORD' I
' Hilly dark. There is clover ONE WOMAN'S C-PBNBCN 4-01: STY KLOIlll| IV: CHAV4 -
lay everywhere SERVICE "AS YOU LIKE IT"
and blue grass on the larol.lv Corya, Plaintiff v..
Lura Burgess slopes. I think they have namedIt Mo 1..1: 4510.Davis Corya: Defendant. Ca. BRADFORD BARBER SHOP

*. "Windy Hill." It is an Ideal By Billee Ross ORDER OF PUBLICATION Court
a place to rear the two AND NOTICE TO APPEAR St. We Appreciate Your Business
, A STAGE children. Come out of the kitchen. Ma. Get your hands STATE OF FLORIDA to: Lael.
WORLD'S Frederick, a boy soon to be four out of the sister. Davis Coryn. whose residence and W. J. Prather R. L. MorganREASONABLE
dough Let
ILL MEN AND unwashed addresit Is 133 ,
TUB and April, a girl over a year old. Ogden Avenue
YEJRS.t baby diapers stack up a little higher while Swu nth more, Pa.
P L A at we
IMERKLY Everyone
: Clay Hill Is busy Y"u ere reaulreit to appear on
EXITS AND In garden and strawberries. We ,; all take a ten-minute break and go down to the April 39. 1946 In the above .
: 0 U have no famine courthouse to register for the approaching election. named Court and o'eae.eh: wherein
AND EACH out here. The plaintiff seek r a dford A
V.V.-CB8. black berry briars are In bloom.I I'm urging the women especially to vote because County Telegraph' shall publish thl.
PLAYS Order In next four weekly I Issues.
HIS TIME love Florida more every year. 4* ;,, few seem to realize the importance of the Witness my hand and official:

UtTS. THE ACTS BE- I hope some day to live again at "),; -- ;.h ( matter and are inclined to forget that we too are .28....,.1..1 1946.OFFICIAl..Htarke, Florida thin. March in every! sense of fine and uprightIt

E. lE.R8.Shakespeare. Clay Hill. At present my plans ':("; needed to help put the right people In office. ItI' ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas', modern serving and unusual carefulness
are to go to college for whole : 'A is a As Clerk of said Court. in
a privilege that
*. our women forbears fought By Lucille C. Conner 1>. C. guarding against needless txpenuDEWITT
nice lettersen year. However. I mean to keep jJ.; .: ;j hard for and we shouldn't let them down by failing T. Frank Lsndrum tltark., Florida. .
id so many track, by writing occasionally. I 1\ Atty. for Plf. a-Z' 4t 4.19O"N
have been read- to exercise that right.I _
who belong to all of you out there TO APPEAR "*
until many of you remember reading about the Woman
Lritlnw my column and TOK.: H BHAD.NECK.
was so happy to read the
L become a pe Suffrage Association which Lucy Stone helped to- organize You, E. S Bradneck whose ad.
t many nice letters. My favorite back in way dress Is unknown are required to C. JONES
beenpy 1869 and
Tread It I have Bible verse Is John; 4:12.: Lookit which was carried on after her death. A great appear' on : d"r48I.h.b.23rd day
and busy with my I'll be leader In this movement was Julia Ward Howe, and it wasn't until of April. D ) the AMBULANCE: SERVICE
up. thinking of you all. Circuit Court of Bradford County
fcrlt. i have only God bless you and love.-Lura. 1920 that the 19th Constitutional Amendment granted women the Eighth Judicial Circuit In and for Funeral Director

,ta and one yTeachers privilege to vote. It took a good many years and a lot of work the the HIM State of of Complaint Florida,filed to answer In said l STARKK PHONE 7 l
Tampa to the but it finally passed Court by Thelmu. Tucker Kradneik
week for three Scholarship ExamsTo said Hill of Complaint praying forA .
,n this My mother says that she remembers her father coming home Divorce a vlnculo matrlmonll. Our local funeral home enables us to i
Be Given Apr. 12 and telling grandmother that she And you will please 1 take. notice/
heard from my son might as well put on the pants that In default) of said appearancea conveniences and services not I
not several days, but since women had been permitted to vote and It wouldn't be long Decree Pro Confeano will be ..n.I..r.,1 otherwise available.
for Persons interested In taking the before against/ you.
I have moved by now competitive examinations on April they would be running the country entirely. It Is further ordered that thisOrder

farm. He owns a 12 for the four state scholar Grandfather was wrung--and why? Simply because we women County be Telegraph published. ,In a the newspaperpnhllnhed 111'"d ford We furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices ant

In Indiana with a ships now available were reminded dldn have the "follow through"-the spunk to capitalize on this In Bradford County accept ANY life Insurance policy in force. Issued by ANY company -

brick house. It this week by Arthur R. Me- great power that we had finally gained. Just listen to a group of Florida once weeks a week before for the four return eonserutlve as payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation .

Ife hill overlooking a Rae, superintendent of public instruction women talking "politics" before an election today and what do we luv In this older. and notice carries no obligation. t:
WITN1JS8 niv hand and the seal
stream. In hear ;
a winding Chat application shouldbe : of: this Court this 22 day of Starch, .

la a spring that flows made as soon as possible at "Why no I didn't register. Just couldn't seem to find a parking (A. I>, 104AOFFICIAL. SWAL) A. J. Thomas, i

valley. There are his office because health certificates place near enough to the courthouse. It's such a bother anyway, Clerk of the Circuit Court PTadold i II i
pear trees and a and birth certificates must don't you think?" County, Florid 3-88 4t 4-l: I,

be presented by applicants.The "Well I registered, all right, but I won't be able to vote. Mable'sgoing .> (....(-.-.T Cot Dn lDFO1tf LEARNt '
('OU .
""...,..,.., four scholarships now to Jacksonville on election day, and asked me to go along. I C'KHV.lladys TY. KLOIIIIItl\ t'II.t\" \ .1'
available here are the House of ( Goodman Plaintiff V..
just couldn't pass up an opportunity like that, now could I?" Johnnie U. 1oodnULn, Defendant
Representatives Scholarship for '
Or worst of all: Case No. 43.11.OltPER 'TO-Fly !
.1 boys, the Senatorial Scholarshipfor OF PITBLICA.TJON
..M.. boys; the Lewis Scholarshipfor "Why, of course I'm going to vote. John says I simply have AND NOTICE TO API'ICAIt r
...... .. white girl or boy, and the to go down and vote for Ebenezer Plunkett. I don't know anything 8TATH Goodman OF FLORIDA, whose residence to: Johnnie Is-

::: .T Lewis Scholarship for negro girl about Mr. Plunkett but John's boss said we must all vote for him." Ships Conk. let Class, tr.tt.N. Receiving under the
Station T. I., Sun
,.ssjIt / or boy., The Lewis fund provides Isn't it enough to turn your stomach? Is this what Lucy Stone California.You r

0 $400 annually, while the Senatorial and those other great leaders fought for? I think not. are required to appear on
1 April 24th 1948 In the .above. mimed G. I. BILL OF RIGHTS fat
and House of Representatives Come on, girls. Let's redeem ourselves. Registration books Court and cause. wherein'plulntiffseeks "

.t I scholarships allow the stu- close April 20th. Telegraph. divorce.shall publish Dr"dford this County Order. 1 I'<

dent. $200 per term. In next tour weekly Issues.. .
Witness niv hand and<< official seal :
II Application blanks and addi- . a . AND NOTICE TO APPEARHTATH I at "tark... Florida, this. March 27th I;
IIIJIIJJII tional Information may be obtained OK1 FLORIDA to: Bertha 1U4UOFFICIVL
Vlue I>awklns. whoa residence 1,1 ( SKAL) A. J. Thomas. ,
the School of-
at Board AM Clerk of said Court
LAWTEYBy Route No.7. Qalnesvllle U..orjlla.
fice. You are required to appear on Zinh H Douglas, Uitlnesvllln. Fla. STARKE AIR f
Atty for Plf 3-29 4t 4-19! PORTi
Mrs. April 15. 1946, In I the above naniM -
Mamie Crews
'-JI', 111I: . M l Court .and cause wherein plaintiff IV' ('ll Cl'1T 'D i
!h.. e e seeks dlvorre, Bradford ( t'ItT lilt IIFO.tU
County Telegraph shall publish this (IM1". FlOltllltl 1\ l'llt\'_
''Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness 1:111.
EXPERT Among those shopping and at- Ernest: If tail Plaintiff vs Colon
my hand and official seal Aden Lull Defendant. 'use. No. !1
tending to business 1 n Starke .
at Starke, Florida, this. March 14. 4:111.: :
Monday were H. C. Kelly, Mrs. 1946OFFICIAL' ()HI>KIl OF PUBLICATION For InformationCall
RADIO Joe Brown ( SEAL) A, J. Thomas ANI NOTICE TO AI'l'EAItN'r.1TE
and Mrs. J. E. War-
As Clerk of said Court
ic Insurance.Family's: Hy Lucille C. Conner. l>. C. Adell jill, whose resilience, : and V. S. St. John142
ren.Herman R. H. Duncan SIT Lynch O"II"lnlf. addresH 1M Crewe, Virginia
Kelly made business
a Jacksonville, Flurlda Atty. for Pit. You .are required to appear on r
SERVICE trip to Jacksonville Tuesday. 3-1& 4t 4-S April 20, 1940 In the above named, '
Charlie Gunter of Santa Fe, a Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I or ,
iv cmcirr cot'n'r. lilt VDKOIIUirv. seeks divorce. lira former resident of Lawtey, was (' > 1.011111i IN f....,\%- shall. publish thin Order
st Friend 0Chas renewing friendships here last CEILV.Lante In next four weekly Issues.ltness .
Parker. Hart Plaintiff, vs.Oarrett 1V. mv hand and<< official seal Maj. Richard G. Kidd A.U.S. Res.
week. J. Hart. Defendant Case at Htarke. Florida, this Mann 2N. a
C.SHEPHERD. Mrs. Harry Sasser of Kingsley No. 4S34 19U.
Village spent some time last week AND NOTICE TO APPEAR As Clerk of said Court. at Phone 63
with her mother. Mrs. J. E. Warren STATE OF FLORIDA to: Garrett By Lucille<< C. Conner U C.
AgencyU J. Hart whose residence. Is Chati. It. Hass 204-05 Realty Bid*.
and brother Marlon .
Apartment No.3. 410 West ISth Jacksonville, Fla.
| STAKKE VTA. at G. Crews made a recent Street, Norfolk 7, Mrglnla. Atty. for Plf. 3.29 4t 4-19 ,

'1 ,. .. GAYS *.*- business trip to South Carolina. Afcrll You 29th are required 1940, Itx.tha to above appear named on
... Junior Page went to Callahan Court and cause. wherein plaintiff M
seeks dlvorco and restorationof
........ SERVICE STATION'' Tuesday. maiden name. Bradford County !p
Miss Young of Lakeland is Telegraph. shall publish thin OrderIn
lit THE TRAVELERS. Hartford . next four weekly Issues.
. .'_. '1:".. .. j visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly Witness' my hand and official MORE-MONEY
'- this week. She formerly taught seal. at Still'ke., Florida, thin March

school here.Andrew 28th.
Crews of Raiford spent A. Clerk of said Court.

BUG Thursday with his brother and It.Hy II Lucille Duncan C. Connor.517 Lynch U IlulldlnaJacksonville C IN THE WINKLER BLDG. 220 N. Temple Avenue

sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Flu.
Atty. for Plf, 3-J9 4t 4-19

Crew Mr and Mrs. O. J. Anders have IN: ('lllftIT ;:01''IIP. Ill\ \KOIIU Saturday April -Specials
-Ot\T\, FLOHIIIAl IV (11.\\1-: ,
TRANSFER COMPANYOCAL moved back here after residingIn t'KItV.Marlon .
Jacksonville for several years. O. T"arwlc Plaintiff, vs

Mr. Anders Is a Seaboard Rail- Casa Hyacinth. No. 4629.OHDBK K .n..rwlck. ,Defendant .20J.

Mrs. Lois Starling of Jackson STATE OF FLORIDA to: Hyacinth -
PHONE 179 ville the week-end with her Jo:. Barwlik, whose. residenceand
spent address In 301 N. Main S1.
mother, Mrs. Nancy Starling, and Sumter, H. C. i
FRANK BROADWAY L. M. GAINES with her children. I April You 29 are, 1943 required In the to above appear named. on ,I D. Hen Scratch 25 Ib. - - 1.25 !:

Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jerome Court and cause wherein plaintiff I!
sneks divorce. Bradford County IM1'
and sons Billy and Dennis, have Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn '
returned to their home In Michi- next four weekly Issues.Witness i

gan. after spending some time at 1948.Htarke,niv Florida hand,and this official March! seal 28.. 100 Ib. Bag Hen Scratch - 4.25

here.J. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas i
after the E. Warren of Jacksonville As Clerk of said Court. .

game... pent the week-end with his fam- T.Hy Frank Lucille Landrum C..Gunner, Htarke I>. C.Florida t

A tty. for Plf. -29 4t 4-19 lb. Ilonelew lb.

ily.Mr.. and Mis. L. P. Rafuse and .. F .. .

daughter Jacksonville attended Saturday church night and in fCR Sweet Potatoes 121Boston Butts .48

Sunday.Mr. BEIIfRHEAUH CO Fresh! lb.
I and Mrs. Carl VanZant, Green lb. Ji

e were visiting his mother, Mrs. Pan .29
ads x s UTLAN / .05 y Sausage -
IC wLEAaro Annie cently.Jones of Jacksonville re Cabbage -

Mrs. C. R. Crews and children Smoked lb. :

Elma and Vera, were shopping In Delicious lb.
EER Others there Bacon Ends .28
Starke Saturday. .05 2 -
"u r sa.a Saturday included Mrs. J. B. Tangeiines :
s.) _
and Mrs. W. E.
Bradley, Mr.
Dressed & Drawn
Grebles Miss Madeline Grlffls ca.Fresh
New Bed Bliss Ib
A.y? ,A c. ,.N Ca.aww o, .1a, a.,,. and R. W. Moseley. POULTRY

Philip Shuford of Jacksonville Potatoes 07.It At All Times!
spent the weekend with his par- .

ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Shuford.

IN and Mrs. J. O. Raulersonand
hULITARY'DISTRIDUTOQSARMY Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Page at- Peas No. 2 Can .18
SUPPLIES JEWELRY tended church in Jacksonville DRINK MORE April - -


I Keady-To-Eat .
i- IN cincriT
cot :\ 'vv. FLOKIUII. C"A. Gordon's Codfish Flakes 10 .23
oz. - -
All Must Go At A Ev r YWalla.c,.. Plaintiff, vs. Norman I ,
Wallace .
Defendant. Can No.


In Order To Make Room For New Wallace STATE. Of whose FLORIDA renliVnc to: In Norman AII.- Sauce No.1 Can .21

Merchandise .hany*. Pennsylvania Work Maun, Box fit, Clawno JUICEICE -

You are required to appear on
April Undo 1944. In the above named COLDFKODUCCD

TilE tiff Telegraph Court...k.and dlrorce shall publish. BradfordnCounty this OrderIn BV Rose Flour 10 !b. .C5CANNON'S
Yellow bag
!FARM HOME & AUTO next Witness four my weekly hand Issue and. officialdeal .

at Stark. Florida thin March
at. 1941 SEALA. J. Thomss.
SUPPLY \. Clerk nf said Court.
By LtUcllI C. Conner D. C.
James IT. Brandlen. Lynch flu lid In.,
WjJJ' Jacksonville. Florida. GROCERYa
Open In This Location About Atty. for Plf a-2. I.nC..T 4-I.
.. <(< f Ol'HT. BHADPOHO a

Guy Andrews Part Owner & Manager (C.ot..rl"'E"Y. PLOIIIU II i. f.'It."I- 703 TEMPLE AVE. "The Friendliest Store In Town"i;
1 Plaintiff, v.
144 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. Hertha Robert Mae T. Dawkln 0......kin., Defendant. Wholesale & Retail f ftPR1L

Ca.e No. 4141.ORDER


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-- plants and Mrs. K. K. Perryman Celebrates Birthday v*. Roy 40S7.ORDER'Lee, Fields Defendant.. Case tel' 18298. Laws ot
f ,. No. lHJT: Florl4
Pallbearers List small a" a.
also offered to give two OF PUBLICATION the Iht M Ak
i Active at the fun- plantu. !! Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller were STATE OF FLORIDA to: Roy offered Bradford for County, Florid I&j.,
pallbearers Mrs. W. H. Nollman asked for hosts to a number of friends ata Lee Fields, whose residence and for the sale al 4 "In
Apt: The. KITE OWL' eral Barnes Sunday Alexander afternoon'were of J. Wi William: Par- volunteers to'care for babies I supper party on March 26 at address, Kentucky.Is: 621 Cecil Avenue, Loulsvlllr subject tees of to highest the the right and b 01\, :k'

during the preaching service next their home near Starke, the oOff You are required to .appear on Fund to Internal 1
nell :Jacksonville, C. C. Stanton, I May reject amPro'
(, 1946. In the above named ant
Mrs. C. S. caslon Mrs. Miller's birthday at the COurt
Sunday morning being
\ Hastings, W. A. Bradford, Win. : I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff 10:00 o'.lol'k p,Uk aPMIfaitl!
Newcomb volunteered for that anniversary. seeks divorce and restoration of .
day of
Marion McClellan ter Haven Carl Johns,:, H. E. service. maiden nwme. Bradford County Ea".m..nt May 1948.. tit t
Tucker and J. L. Anderson Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn 20D feet wide for road rl
'if Starke. Mr. Alexander died early Mrs. A. Wood conducted the ROLAND LeROY McCOY next four weekly Issues. .ny parcel will be to ekd::
Witness hand and official through I
and Syncopating. : Rhythm Boys Thursday morning March 29, and devotional service using the first Friends will regret to learn of deal nt Starke my Florida, this April an land. "In sting ttat, Roa4 Which.n4.I....
.-. burled in Lake Cem- chapter of "The Fatherhood of 4, 1946. acres or compo"lte It
was Crosby the sudden death of Roland L. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, more title torseb Of
etery. God". Mrs. W. E. Middleton reviewed McCoy who had just entered the As Clerk of said Court. aU ot petroleum minerals and thr., ;:oy: i

LOTS OF FUN FOR ALL Honorary pallbearers were Joe "Our Missions in India", armed forces a short time ago. Fly Lucille C. Conner, D. C. :HC I will be reyrs"
Wm. D. Morgan-Fifth Floor Clark
Sistrunk Dr. H. H. Adams, Dr. which la an article In the World NEy of 'NI'A.! Sec,
He was a member of Mt. Morlah II Building Jacksonville; Fla. 22 40 10' TRife. -,
E'L .
Outlook, and the meeting was for Plf. 4-5 4t .-28 At'r...
M. B. Herlong Dr. W. E. Middle- M. E. Church and attended R. Atty. Tnt'8TFI': .S OF

Every Wednesday I & Saturday Nite ton Dr. W. B. Parka F. M. Norman closed with prayer by Mrs. Wood. 'I' J.E. High School. May he rest in IV CIRCUIT -COURT. BRADFORD tlTATE IMPROVEMENT OF PI'SpOi: ,

N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Senator The hostesses' served the 27 peace, and God comfort his fam- COUNTY, PL.OHIUAI IN CHAN- By A. J. Thomas FI.QRlDA d
Music From 8 P. JVI. .Tilt Charley E. Johns, J. P. Roberts guests present with hot tea I CKHY.Juanlta tees I. I. Fund, IIra410rd fo
ily. Belle Rourke, Plaintiff vs. 1t
J. Fletcher Burnette, J. O. sandwiches cakes;. and pansies Charles' Martin Rourke, Defendant.
0NLYt : deacon
COUPLES D. F. Owens, who was a
Godwin, M. E. Grlner and L: F. were the favors In each plate. Case No. 4550.ORDER IN CIRCUIT C0RT-
of the New Bethel Baptist Church OF PUBLICATION'AND :
Chapman of the State Farm, I* There were two visitors Mrs.Joe 'died in 'hla home last Sunday I NOTICE TO APPEAR ({'FIIYTt! FLORID.\I RRFc 1.1 CI

A.' Canova, Dr. J. W.. Brownlee Martinez .!and Miss Louise Snyder STATE OF FLORIDA to: Charles Miriam Cox Nelson
, night after an illness, of short I Martin Rourke, whose residenceand PLlspl
S. R. Johns, Sr., Prescott Gill, who has recently ,returned. from duration. address Is unknown.You S.Patrick 45t9.11." Nelson. Dor.n4'DL""
Tj. Sgt. I* Rosine S. R. Johns,. Jr., Los .Angeles,',Calif.: are required to appear on OHDER OF I
-By W. W. Parker In above named JPl'HLIC'A1'IOI
May 6, 1946 the :AND '
Titus Olson Stafford Crews Ma'
Circle Two Court and cause, wherein plaintiff STATE OF FLORIDA
, Jor H. C. Wall of St. Augustine, Mrs.. .W.;:O. .Halle entertained seeks divorce and custody and con H. N..I"1. whose rexidenetN:

Substantial RewardLOST William Wainwright of Tallahassee CircleTwo at her home on Tem- IV THK COURT OK TUB COWTfJVU County trol of Telegraph minor 'i child..shall publish Bradford thl"Ord..r dres"Mary Nelson is. :Andr..w.. S. C or 5
) William C. Kammerer and COUNTY In four Usueit.Wltnexs Hydd Avert,
pletAvenile, Which'was' decorated ( R. BRADFORD next weekly Charleston. N. C. 1>
Q. -B. Wadsworth of Hampton FLORIDA IV: PnOHATK. niv hand and official seal You are .
; with bowls of'man 'colored'sweetpeas In r.:K"tat ofJoseph at Starke Florida, this April I, Maseeks' 8.; 1948. inuithe abiva and Kub 'of .
Virgil Goolsby Hume
.' M. Alvarez, 1946. .Court n.
Gainesville and William Marshall In the absence";of'' the circle Deceased.To (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.,J. Thomas. dvorce.le'. Rradlord Wherein Plat.
All Creditor anil Persons IlnvInir An Clerk of said Court. C.
Telegraph '
of Jacksonville, R. S. Wasdin aridC. chairman the meeting was presided Clalma or I>emand. AKalnet By Lucille C. Conner, J). C. In next tour shall weekly publish till
B: Roberts of Graham Herbert hoist EntatetYou T* Frank Landrum. Starke, Florida Ixsuet.
over by Mrs.. W B.. and each of you are hereby Atty. for Plf. 45It ..-26 ...t tate.Starke.Florida ethi oft
Durden of Jacksonville, Jesse and was opened with prayer by notified and required to present 1 I. 1948 A

Brannen of Hampton Judge 'A. Mrs. W. J. Churchwell. Mrs. L. 'any claims and demands. which you NOTICR (OFFICIAL SE1AL A, I,'!
or either of you may have against April 4th., 1946 .s Plerk of said Court II0
Green tent top with name Jones on one V. Long of Gainesville Judge A. D. Vining transacted her' dutiesas the estate of Joseph M.' Alvarez. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA By Lucille C. Conner. D
Z. Ad kin a, A. J. Thomas, T. secretary and Mrs. Haile as deceased, late of said County to NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN T. Frank I"ndrulII, Starks C., .
end lost from truck on new Banding Frank Land rum, A. O. Andreu treasurer. The circle decided to County the County, Florida Judge at of his Bradford office In that pursuant to Section 9 of Chap- Atty. for Pit t-I III i

Highway between Starke and Kingsley and C. A. 'Knight, Andrew Shelley send flowers to Mrs. H. A. the court house of nald County atStarke ,
Florida, within eight calendar
Lake Cemetery Wednesday between 11 of Palatka and J. R. Longof Bishop who la still quite 111 at month from the time of the

Gainesville. ber' home -Washington Ave., first publication of this. notice. EVERY BRANCH OF3nd
and 12 a. m. Finder please communicate Each claim or demand shall be In
. much to the regret' her many writing, and shall state the placeof
with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home, Methodist Church friends. residence and post office address '
of the claimant and shall
Starke Fla. The following arrangementswere be sworn to by the !!claimant agent,
The pastor, the Rev. W. J. made for placing flowers In or attorney, and any such claimor

Churchwell, will speak Sunday the church during'the month of void.demand not so flied shall be :

morning, April 7, at the 11 o'- April: EDWARD BURNS, u r 'd nce

clock service on the subject, "On April 7th, Mrs. J. H. Fields As. executor of the Last. Will and
Testament of Joseph M. Alvarez,
A I po" This Fashion: Never". This will and Mrs. L. D. VinIng. deceased,

be the fifth Sunday of Lent. Each April 14th Mrs. Morgan Rich- First publication March 22nd.

To The Voters of School District No. 1 service has been in keeping with arde and Mrs. Levern. 1946. 323It 4-12

the Lenten season. April 21st. (Easter) Mrs. iv cmcriT cornT. nf. DFORD H. C. Wall Agency

North Starke and Lawtey Plans are being made for- the Churchwell and Mrs. Sewell. ({'COUNTY''lII'Y. 1"1.011111.1:11: C'HAN- ,

coming Palm Sunday. Special April 28th, Mrs. .H. C. Rltch. Elols Brown, Plaintiff: vs. Samuel .

services will be observed each May 8th, Mrs. J. R. Wain I R. .Brown, Defendant. Case lr
day of the Holy Week at'the No. 4565.OUDKR Constant Service Over 50 Years'
I am sorry that I cannot see all the voters wright. OF PUBLICATION
: church at 12 noon for 30( minutes. The spiritual life lesson was ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR
before the Election but as I am the boss music STATE OF FLORIDA to: Samuel
Special and
a good speakerat Fatherhood of God"and
from "The
E. Brown, whose residence and
and the hired man too the hired man says each service. All churches are was given by Mrs. Church- address. Is: Route No. 1, Lenox Please Phone 146

asked to assist in this great weekof well and Mrs.. Sewell. Mrs. F. M. UeorRla.;
I must stay on the job. I would surely appreciate You are required to appear on
service. Long gave an Interesting storyof May 6, 1948 In the above- named
your vote Rand influence and should Each evening during which Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
Holy African missions was seeks. divorce and custody of minor
I beelected and you need my help, at .anytime Week the church will have a entitled "My Daughter M'Alaa"; 'child. PYadford County Telegraph -

I would do my best to help you. special Bible conference with Dr. and the. program was closed with next four shall weekly publish i*"thin ues.Wttnecu Order In

l K. C Wright as the speaker.The prayer by Mrs. Sewell.'\ It was my hand and official

Yours, evening service Sundaywill announced that the circle wouldbe seal 3rd 1946 at Starke, Florida this April

be evangelistic with an old entertained the first MondayIn (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
time ,,singing and worship period. May by MrS F H. Long. As Clerk of .said Caurt. F li
J. H. MOORE PV Lucille C. Ctinner D. C.
The[ hour has been changed from The hostess, assisted by Mrs. T. Frank Landrum, Btarke. Florida
7:30: to 8 o'clock. Morgan Rlcharde and Mrs.' Atty for Plf. 4S.It. 4-26 i

'..r.. .. .. v ., Prayer and praise service will Vining, served the guests' Iv CIRCUIT rornT.rorvTY. BRADFORD adAftrti
be. held at'8 p. m.- each Wednesday with a frozen fruit salad course FLORIDA IN CHAN

i L- Bring your Bible and study and Iced tea: CKHY. .
Loulne. Crawford 'Alex. Plaintiff v... .
with us. Terry Alex, Defendant Case No. ;
The communion will be ad (SSA.p .
r '
Woman's CouncilThe OltDER' PUBLICATION
tat both services. Come
praying. Woman's Council of the STATE OF FLORIDA to: Terry i
whose x
Alex resilience and address
'rD t' .... .. 'fI.>'!'l" It..c.... First Christian Church held the Is 433 O Street Fresno, California.You { ..,
Christian the ;are required to appear on
ChurchServices business
regular meeting at May Q; 1948 In the above named
and ShoesFOR church last night (Thursday) at Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
for the week of April 8 p. m. Members and visitors seek maiden. divorce name. and Bradford restoration County of Maple Bedroom Suit |

3: Bible School' 10 a. m. Morn. were present and several Items of Telegraph 'Khali publish this. OrderIn

big Worship 11 a. m.. Evening I business were discussed.OliverMartipez. next four weekly Issues. 4-Pieces _-_. 129.50
Witness my hand and offlrlnl
Worship 8 p. m. Wednesday seal. at Starke, Florida, this April.
evening Prayer Meeting 8 p. m. 4. 1948

The Rev Fred Dodd of Mldlakes As OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A. J. Thomas,. L

The Entire Family will have charge of bath morningand Mr. and Mrs. Bethel Oliver of Wm. D.Py l'oIorgun.Flfth Lucille C. Conner Floor Clark D. C. BABY t

t evening services Sunday, Franklin Ky., announce the engagement Building Jacksonville, Fla. HIGHCHAIRS
April 3, In the absence of the of their daughter, Mary Atty. for PI!. 45It 4-2 ,ei

pastor. Prayer meeting subject Elizabeth, to Joseph A. Martinez, IN rmrt'rr ('Ot'RT, BRADFORD
Every day is bargain dayat will be the 18th Chapter of John. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mar- CKIIY.Kathleen rOt'VTY.. FLOlln)". IV: CIIAN- Oak Porch Glider 6.75

ELZIE CHAPEL tinez of Starke. Wallace Fields, Plaintiff 54 In. Long 10.75

the There will be a cemetery working 11.75 ,,
* : 19.95
at Elzle Chapel near Lake CLASS, IFIED

Butler on Friday, April 12. All

work.Interested as persons the cemetery please come needs to FOR SALE House. trailer with C. H. Driggers ,Furniture Co

tire., custom built, fair condi I CHTFA SEED-1943: crop recleaned. ,
STAR StoreSUN cleaning badly. tlon.' Reasonable. Inquire CO<;J'- germinated, no nut grass., purity
O. P.; Hale. CIa plant. itp lilt 90-100: 80-lb. bugs. net price 40 Starke FloridaFLORIDA
I Ib... $9. f.o.b. shipping point. See
FOR SALE-1 5-roons house com sample, at your county agent's
Methodist with electric office. No e. o. d. orders accepted.
Circles efrlgeratorlshand electric hot I -John T. Parish, Darlington
water heater. 3 adjoining lot., Walton Co., Fla. 3ttp
Monday Afternoon newly fenced. P. O. Hox J4S '
Sit s: Church St. U I
or apply CHUFA SEED- per bushel at
Mrs. Annie Lou Godwin and ststrunk'a Feed i Seed Store,
sister, Mrs. W. J. Chandler, were BUSINESS PROPERTY .
GLASS DAYS hostesses Monday afternoon to NOW IS THE TIME to fertilize
Circle One of the Woman's So- !I Azaleas and Camellias. Relianceasalea
and camellia
fertilizer at
ciety of Christian Service, and t Slstrunk's Seed .* Feed Store. It Sun.. Mon. April 7th, 8th

their home was tastefully deco STROUT'EraTATISar.at..t .L .
Are Here AgainWe rated with flowers. ROOTONE-For better rooting of
advertise .t eo..- cuttings, bulb. and grasses In Road
,lira. A. W.' Anderson, circle try .re .rt.,...Has ..*. veer now on sale at. Ulstrunk's, Seed to Utopia
chairman, presided; and the meet n.eoo ..lea .f ......-.........- 4k Feed Store. it
Are Af...- span ......'... .ve. *>( eWerld.
Showing Complete Line ing was opened with prayer by ...... .*.a llatJ_. LISTINGS WANTED v. Davis
Mrs. J. T. After the read- Sr., registered real estate broker,
? of Sun Glasses from office phone 1518. P. o. Rox 114. -
i ing of the minutes by Mrs. I. p. Represented Locally By home phone M7I, 131 W. University

Shepherd, the treasurer Miss Kate F. OL HOUUNGSWORTH Ave Gainesville, Fla. .
Struth reported a local offeringof 116 Bo. Watnot St. 1-11 4tp Bing Crosby Bob Hope

25c |9.05.It was announced that NO INSECTS In your home It )011u.e
to $10 our genuine army supplies
Mrs. Titus Olson, who was previously MATTRESSES of alt kind. renovated DDT bomb. Auto. Fountain. tf

elected to represent the ; furniture.... Drop upholstered.. a card...adrefl.l.b. FOR SALE About Dorothy, Lau
150 head of
local society, would leave for HASTINGS MATTRESS CO.. Box stock cattle
Some With Gold Including beef to
or Chromium Frames ISA. Palatka. :ria' tf
Tallahassee to attend the State 1 years old. To be sold to the
4 Conference of the WSCS which highest bidder on May 15. 1944.
See Our ,' FOR BALE-1 1-room houee completely Bid will be received by mall up Tues.. Wed., Thurs. April 9, 10, 11
Big Display In Store convened there on April 2. 3, 4th. furnished with electric refrigerator to that time. J. W. Prevatt. Rt.
Mrs. A. F. Sauls, chairman ot C.. ramie heater and 3. Box 111. Mtarke, Fla 4-J hot water hater P. O Box 14*
the church ground committee, or apply 111 S. Church St. Starke. RECORDS latest "Too Young to Know"Joan
stated that of the If and >
some plants wet* n song hit. at Dah-
Plenty of around the church were dead, and MAKE BRICKS. Millions are need mer's Gift Shoppe. it Leslie -.ROberfUqUon Dolores :Moran
asked that the members donate ed. Start a quick CASH business,
return! can alert In two weeke: PAINTING WANTED-Best workmanship -
more plants. Mrs. Sauls said with an l Inexpensive. easily hand and materials. Free .t-
EASTER CANDYThis that she would give two largW.C.T.U. operated TTRA BRICK MAKER. mates.-Oeorga W. Long Oen.
Only aced and cement and any DeL, Starke. Up Fri., April 12 -. ON THE STAGEIN
old .h... needed. wild :your
HOME of brick. Save money. Let ELECTRIC IRONS priced at 15.75
Week us show you what can be done.R. Dahmers Gift Shop. It PERSON

Better Buy Now, While Stock U Complete FOR SALE. BOX-One 101.black mar a-lt mule 4tp FOR$2i RENT. share month.-a the room bath.cabins W5, fur.rushed. and Lloyd Posey's Rainbow'Ranch Girls

631 W. Uadlsolt
II 4 old. food condition. Will
,, Roger Baboon N'SI work yeare St. Phon. 14'W. its
to anything. I* R. Star
Fifteen billion dollar of ling Hellbrona Mprlitc 1-29 Sep 10 BIG ACTS
Bathing Caps. Shower Hoods. Nation Income Into the FOR SALE-Hearr 4-polnt barbed
Makeup hoods. for wire.
REWARD FOR of. 100 rolls Sam Rosenberg.FOR Also Double
RETURN or Information Feature Screen
Ladies umbrellas are some of the'new items garbage pall in the form of concerning Champion Stark. Itp on '.

yon can use.Koch. liquor narcotic. ambUni&. sex sealing tape machine, 'black F LETwo'montb
old Jersey "Days of
white utreamllned modal Serial Buffalo Bill"With
magazine, and other heifer
things No. ;sosls! removed from back calf. Peterson's Dairy.It
which" undermine health and ...hop of Bradford County Telegraph
between 10 aa. m. and 1 Sunset Carson
the abDIt of
plo ) our peo p. m. Sunday. ESKIMO FANS, for sale at Dah.
pie." mer's Gift Shoppe. It
-(The National Voice.) LOST Thursday morning, cod.nuckace. FOR SALE -
Store Horn. Comfort
Drug R..rdI returned to
WHY 00:0.PEOPLE STOP Mr. Edith MoseleyVTOI M.Cherry IVy*! range I" wood condition. "Voice of The Whistler"Starring'
AND THINK' r' t T *(.. Starke. Fla. lip N. Walnut St. it

Fi>R RENT FurnliWd, FOR KALE-Ohlld-e youth bed and Richard Dix
Phone i.- apartment.It m.ttr.Ir.; .. Rhoda Dampler. : :

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