Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: January 5, 1945
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04896
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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jfetmestic Problems Follow Men Even To N.E.I.,


I Sgt. Anderson Says .. . In Spite of Post Office BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH


:Regulations Some Of The Packages Still Gurgle


I Official County Publication Established In 1877
Over here the racial question moved and he didn't know _

tween Negro and white seems where she had taken the chit ;,'OLUMK SIXTY-SEVEN 8TAKKE, FLOIUIA.KK11I.\Y, JANUARY' 5, 1B45 NUMBKK ELEVEN
dropped by mutual dren. First I had to find her _
to have been -
sort of a truce as It address Inasmuch all a deduction -

i were consent bitterness, with a none sometimes of the evidenc-conflict support for the a family children allowanceto was being Starke Reaches New High In Prosperity

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In the States. Even' In the taken from his pay I knew

back home the two did not the Office of Dependency Benefits >-

IlV'd I saw, and I who send out family allow
In
at all camps

"i [ "five.here. Cooperation la a ance the address.checks,'They could did furnish and we us Deposits Near $3,000,000 Mark At Year End


: I was In the asked the American fled Cross ___n ._

a hospital for a 1 for a report. The children Another Million Invested In War

J, few and daj two recently beds! were okeh mind, wall and at another rest. soldier's Boards Enter 1945 In Good Shape; I First 1945 Baby Bonds ; Will "Cushion" Next

Another enlisted man In one of
j down Was a col- ; Depression Period
j i our units received a telegram ((12
who I Tho that Bradford I County
oretl boy,
; later found out : days old when he got It): "Father Funds \ baby of 11)13 was horn '0.Jlunt'

,,. wa Pv t. Leroy 111. Diagnosis cancer." Life expectancy Loss of Racing ChiefVorry IH'Su and wife, colored When one Cull Street business man wishes another

)< Bates, a railway few weeks. As would you rctiUlonU of Ut"uon' Call Street business man prosperous:: New Year-brother,

roundhouse or I, the kid wanted a furlough II 1-2 I pound baby !girl arrived he' AIN'T kitldin'.
Brooker re-elected' chairman of
\ Harrell
M. O. of was
worker In C >ffevllle home to see his father just once at their home at 5 a. The }people of Starke enter 1015 with assets of $2,764-
more. I knew it wasn't War the Board of County Commissioners and J, S. Norman of
Kan., be- m. January Attending wan 416.27 on deposit in the local bank and post office and easily -
Department policy to grant sucha Lawtey was re-elected chairman of the Board of Public
fore h I H induction j midwife I.Uilo IH>Suo. Bonds.
another million invested in United States War
furlough; he didn't. 'I didn't Instruction as the two "new" boards met in the courthouse :
and assignment The father .arrivedat
proud of
this total
Contrast with the small-potatoes $478-
have the heart to tell him, so I
unit. Tuesday and organized for the new year.
to a Quartermaster the Telegraph office bright!
341.50 in the two institutions in mid1910just
wrote him out for on deposit same -
an application
southerner I didn't likeIt Few changes were noted as the county's two official
Being a and early Monday morningto
of' course, but my "likes" a furlough, our headquarters approved -. boards made a smooth transition from the "old" to the enter lilt claim for honor prior to the establishment of Camp Blandinp. The
it and forwarded It to current figure represents gain of $2,286,104.77 in the past
didn't enter Into the matter; "new" setup. Old boards met Monday for brief sessions in In the first baby of the year a
higher headquarters, from whenceIt four and the total is still mounting. It looks like
both there to get well. years
we were order to wind loose ends of business and adjourned earlyso contest.
up
bounced back disapproved., I Starke will have nice cushion of greenbacks to sit
I observed him closely for a that members might observe at least a part of the New a upon
showed It to him with what .
.
sympathy
he the next depression
few days and discovered during any.
Instructionwere
Public
Year Members of the Board of-
I could muster and that holiday.
bathed every day and gave the The Florida Bank at Starke reported a total of $2-
trouble than was plenty. Ills peace of mind treated to a turkey dinner - Will Head business 30 1044.
doctor less any Guy 391446.27 on deposit at the close of Dec. ,
other man In the ward. Ills Isn't. We passed the buck, sure. at noon Monday by Dr. Begins Terms This figure represents again
sinus Infection.I We didn't want him to think we W. E. Middleton, the retir
trouble was a of $638,623.65 over the same assets by renting': them out to
jokingly asked him If he turned him down. ing superintendent of public date last Back in June Army personnel.Of .
Many personal problems are Polio Fund Drive year.
instruction.As
the .
kin to
thought he was any 1940 deposits in this institution course, there's another side
he easy to solve, many are not.
local aborigines. "Naw sur, the new boards conven totaled only $388,341.50. to the picture. The oil will stay
disclaimed, "we ain't, no kin to with Texas at least for another
,
of these South Pacific: About once a month a ship ed Tuesday morning only one J. Fred Guy of Starke has a- Showing a similar phenon-
none
the furniture
thousand and
, heathens." I would ask him every with magazines and parcel post new face was seen around gain been named Bradford County enal growth, the Starke post Industry will years likely stick to Grand

1 day how he was feeling, and It mail catches up with us. Letter each table. On the Board of Director of the annual fund ap office reports a total of Rapids, but everyone knows-In
mull 1 It flown In and outevery
pleased him that eomeone was Interested $373,000.00 in postal savingsat the back of his mind-that some
"our ship County Commissioners, E. L. peal of the March of Dimes to be
enough to Inquire. Overt day. Recently the end of 1014-not bad will leave
day Camp Blandlng
l them came In" and when packageswere (Lawton) Crawford succeeded L. conducted January 14-31 In Celebration
,
1 here you see shows with when you consider that this Starke, or, If It remains a per-
with them, distributed tho broadest L. Conner as the member from of the President's Birth
bathe In the ocean figure is just!'! $5,000 short of manent installation of some sort,
and you're glad grin came from Staff Sergeant district two, and on the School the National Foundation
ride with them ( day by I the amount that was on de'ovlt will probably be trimmed down
for' the lift), and scrub clothes Garvlce Barnette. lie wall holding Board, J. E, (Eston) Brown succeeded for Infantile Paralysis. The ap '! in the bank back in thechickenfeed from Its present oversize propor
from home,
with them. I have Just placed up a package S. E. Sparks as member
of 1940. Postal
. ., and when he pointment was announced by days tions.When
animation Northpel'tla. from district two.
the whole Issue in suspended In the that time comes, lust
savings pre-Itlandlng era
It It "I know Basil O'Connor, president of the
shook gurgled.
In the back of my mind Both boards enter the new year stood around the $00,000 mark. What the effect on Starke will be,

.' and we hope It stays suspended. what It Is, I asked 'em to sendit with finances In good shape and organization. Postmaster F. F, Stump, pleased no one can predict. Businessmen
heopened Mr. Is of the
ho said as Guy manager
"f' I trust I do not step on any toes; : gleefully few troublesome problems. Only over the healthy growth of the who think ahead are con-
i I'm just telling you how it is. >> It and unwrapped a bottle possible fly In the ointment lathe Starke Coca-Cola Bottling Co. community's financial I backlog, vinced the town should be mak-
of Four Roses.I I and has served as chairman for
, loss of race track funds due effort right now to
the Infantile Fund stated that the bulk of postal ing a strong
As chief clerk of a personnel thought sending whiskey to the ban on racing this season. Paralysis savings belong to home folks and obtain some kind of Industry that

section I fall heir (or you could, through the malls was contraryto The deficit will be largely made Drive for the past two years. is not transient money. will help to take up the slack

say earto a lot of OI domestic postal regulations, but there up, however, by funds received I Commenting on the need to reInforce On a smaller scale, of course, when the Inevitable let-down(
was proof that It could)Ibe done. .._.__ our lines of defense a*
prob 1 ems. One corporal from the remunerative state cigarette I n. Camp Blan ding I has been to cornea. So far, no one has done
wanted me to find out If his That ship brought me three pack- tax. Last year Bradford I gainst this Insidious enemy oJ Starke what oil la to Texan and much about it but talk. For one
didn't Arthur R.' McRaey with a record childhood Mr. stated "The
from home. They Guy ,
two ages received $41,000 In
ex-wife wait treating their County racetrack furniture Is to Grand Rapids, thing, Starke businessmen don'thave
children props.K1:, .y* ..She ,had gurgle. money, 'which was divided 1 of 20 year of teaching experience 1944 epidemic of Infantile paralysis Mich. It has enabled more than much time to tit down and

,:'. equally' between P1 9two boards. ,In .the tfclnty cboo"' began was the second worst outbreak one n'1erl."ltantd"get'' back an his. do eusauucttr'alJlIILM:1.they're:

It Is estimated that 'the net loss ; his first term Monday asSuperintendent in the'dlneaae' In Its history feet', pay off"his', debts and lay too busy waiting on thin cash
United States.
Bradford Women Called Upon For 288 to each board this year becauseof of Public Instruction we.the were on the alert Fortunately and well, away a nice little nest egg for customers!! Anyway, they're go-
ban will be'around
the racing the proverbial rainy day. Hardlyan Ing to need a nice long rest by
." He succeeds Dr.V.. E.Middleton prepared to meet that attack in
must be found to
$4,000. Ways Individual In this area has the 'time business begins to slack
make up this difference.No .Mho was not a candidate all parts of the nation. More failed to feel the Midas touch In off again.

Kit Bags Given Men Going OverseasMrs. changes were made by the for re-election. Mr. MrRae million than a dimes million contributed: dollars-or by the ten one way or another. Those ,who But that "slack' period COULD

commissioners in their annual ap Is 'a native. of Bradford County, American people were spent by are not In business for themselves last too long . COULD make
T. Frank Landrumwas Starke somewhat of a dreaded
at Blanding
pointments. are employed
was graduated from the Bradford National Foundation for Infantile
.I O. E. Stansbury, Acting Chairman of Productionfor reappolnted county attorney., County High School and majored your to the at handsome wages, and even ghost town If something IBn'tdone
Paralysis provide
the Bradford County Red Cross Chapter states that the Dr. W. B. Parks county physician In.education at the University of best of modern care and treat home-preoccupied h o u s ewlvea to take up the slack. That's

Chapter has been requested to accept an additional quotaof and Ernest Bird courthouse. janitor Florida. ment for all victims of the apt have turned. spare rooms, attics what worries some folks today

288 Kit Bags to be given to Army and Navy men as they demic. Since no one knows and garages Into money-making the ones who think ahead

embark for overseas service. Serves Ten Years where, or how .hard, polio may
The Chapter now has on hand material for 250 Army strike in 1945, we must again Rites TuesdayFor

bags that has not been cut. Also a few that have been BBS Announces be ready to meet the attack wherever Post Office Sales T. T. Darley

It come. ParticipationIn
cut and are not completed. may

"We as a group who work regularly in the ProductionRoom the .annual March of Dimes T. T. Darley, 44, died at his

cannot possibly takeon Cage Schedule victim appeal of Is our Infantile assurance, paralysis that will no Reach New HighThe home In Lawtey this week. He

this assignment withoutthe wf had been in ill health for several
of Workers WarnedOf y go uncared for, regardless of age,, years. Funeral services were
backing and help 4 "
race, creed or color. the Rev O. B. Cut-
I women in. all parts of the Resuming Its basketball sched Starke post office has just conducted by DeWitt C. Jones fun-
shaw with
I county Mrs. Stansbury said. ule after the holiday lay-off BHS with
completed Its biggest
year
of
eral home In charge arrange-
I"At the present time there Job Shifts will Waldo play In a the return Armory game here with Friday Bond Quota Short sales totaling 232729.63. a sub ment Service were held In

fare only five or six women w' vt. Tuesday.
night, Jan. 12, according to Y stantial gain over the $150,000.00total : Long Branch Cemetery
[ who meet regularly to sew. an announcement yesterday by reported at the end of 1943. Mr. Darley was a member of the

I "As much as we would like Before leaving an essential Job,, Coach James Hobbs. As Drive EndsThe The figures Include only po tage- Baptist Church.

I to say that the women of all Selective Service registrants The remainder of the schedulefor sales and, have nothing to do lie Is survived by his widow,

|Bradford County will do this under 38 years of age who are the basketball season is as //A- Cattle, mother, Mrs. Mary Dell
K who are with money orders Issued.In I Robinson, Go., two sons EM: 1-c
small thing for the men follows: K
2A 2B or 2C should Sixth War Loan Drive ended
classified N USN, stationedIn
discussing the large lncrease Jack Darley
of ,
.
:going to face the enemy, some Opponent Datebl're .
cannot contact their local board for per here Dec. 31 with Bradford Postmaster F K. Stump attrl- New Smyrna Beach and Cpl.
'them never to return, we Played
do unless individuals and organizations mission'to change jobs, according Waldo Jan. 12 Starke County still 926,000 short of Its butnd It to the fact that under Ralph Darley of Rain City, S. D.,
so to Mrs. Ruth Grlffis, clerk ol $250,000 quota. However, a note the I.R.T.C. program Camp Banding and one daughter, Mary Virginia,
rescue.
come to the Branford Jan. 16 Starke
American the Bradford( County local board. of hope was still held out by maintains a full quota of who is at home; one brother, M-
The Production Rooms, Baldwin Jan. 17 Starke
"If you leave an essential job Chairman Junlus M. Smith'who manpower almost at all times. Sgt. C. E. Darley of Pyote, Texas.
Legion Hall, are open Thursday G'vllle. Jan. 19 G'villa u- stated that this county will even
obtaining permission Andrew WilkInson
first Pallbearers
were
without Back in the days when divisions
and
afternoons from 3:00: to 5:00: Open Jan. 23 .
the board la directed to tually be credited with purchases trained there, the summer months Leonard Pre vatt, Albert
can be opened any or every day P. Yonge Jan 27 G'villa made by In the armed
lA
change your classification to persons were dull In Starke because Starling Claude Rowe, Nathan
that we can enlist a volunteerto Immediately and send you a call Open Jan. 30 When the old Board of County forces and others who are away troops would be away on man- Starling, and Huey Austin.
take'charge and workers to for Induction," Mrs. Grlffis said. Branford Feb. 2 Starke Commlwiloners adjourned here from here at the present time but euvers.

come." quota of men Hawthorne Feb 3 Starke Monday It marked the end of 10 who give Bradford County as
A good-sized Mr. Stump'atate that Back In States
>> seven
Feb. 6 Starke
Please drop a post card to Mrs. from Bradford County reportedto G'vllle yearn. of service for L. L. Connerof their place of residence in mak

Stansbury limr.edla! tel y telling Standing yesterday for Induction McClenny Feb. 7 McClenny district two. Mr. Conner began ing bond purchases. extra clerks were employed at

1 nation. The Baldwin Feb. 9 Baldwin hid first terms a.* coinmlH- Chairman Smith estimated yes- the Starka post off.'ce: and 25 ex-
can and e x a m
her how Kit Bags
many you Feb. 13 Starke
1| .
Cross City
tea at to take of
Blanding care
of those accepted for ser sloner In January 1933 and ha terday that purchases here dW'Ing
be responsible_ for so that she names P. K.Tonga Feb. 18 Starke the Christmas rush, Also the
vice will be announced later. nerved continuously since then the drive totaled 23322025.:
may notify Headquarters whetheror At the present time Mrs. Grlf- Alachua Feb. 20 Starke with the exception of one term, This estimate was based on figures greatest ever experienced here. fa
Feb. 21 Starke
not the women of the County fis Is carrying on the duties of McClenny 19-11-12. Ue served. chairmanof from the Florida Bank at .. .
Feb. 23 Cross
City
will accept thla task., the board alone, her assistant, Oross City District Tournament the board for eight years. Starke, the Starke post office, Emory Price Here .. .-
State : -
Dampier having gone the Lawtey and Hampton'post --
Mrs. R. C.
Service Officer .. I to Jackson. Miss., to be with Pvt. March I, 2, 3. Chaplain Tells Club offices and also Included amount Congressman Emory Price, who

who is stationed at the alloted to this county by various recently returned from a tour of r

To Be Here'Today. Dampier Mississippi Ordnance Plant. Mrs. Dr. Mordecai Ham Of ExperiencesIn outside agencies. the South Pacific fighting fronts, _r

accompanied by her was a visitor in Starke early this
Dampier was To Be At TabernacleDr. South Pacific
Howard De tlej.d'.secretary -
Vaughn week. The Congressman discussed
BillY.Home. Scouters To Hold
BOn
of the State Service''' Of- Mordecai Ham of Kentucky Chaplain Laurence M. Brock matters of Interest with a num- I 4
fleer, will make his second 'visit "Round Table"Monday his constituents for
ber of sev-
Gos- half
Tax Exemption radio fame will speak at the who spent two and a yearson
to Starke today, Friday. Jan S, eral hours. He held out no hope
pel Tabernacle In Starke on Mon duty In the South Pacific, was NightA
between the hours of 9 a, m. and I for in the Pacific -
8 8 o'clock.Dr. at the Club an early victory
Tax Assessor B. W. Hayes reminds day night, Jan. at guest speaker Rotary
B p. m.While. I and entertained Scouters Round Table will stating that he was convinced
the public that applications Ham Is an evangelist Wednesday members ,
j here he will assist vet- i'for homestead exemption must be preacher and teacher known on by relating some of the be held Monday night, Jan. 8, at the war there would be long and <

erans and the dependents of de- filed between Jan. 1 and April two continents for his radio and amusing little Incidents that helped 8:30: o'clock In the Starke armory hard. '

ceased veterans with their claims 1 each year. Any changes must written mesages. He has held him to forget the grimness of according to an anouncementby

under the new legislation. the He be listed and personal property speaking campaigns In many those early day of fighting.He Leslie A. Shepherd of the Bible SchoolThe

[ will interview applicants in reported. If returns are not.filI large cities In the United States spent much time on Bou- New River District. ..
( main court ,room of the court ed the Assessor must estimate He will be at the TabernacleIn g&nvtlle and Guadalcanal and was "The object of, this Round TableIs Bible School held in the il.; "

C house. I I the, evaluation to the best of his Starke for one night only and assigned to the Amerlcal Division to bring lip and discuss, freely Methodist Church Building each

: and taxes must be paid has a message for a time like composed of Americans and and Informally, the alms and objects Tuesday afternoon at 3:00: o'clock
Tag Deadline I accordingly.ability this. Be sure to hear it. New Caledonians. Chap lain of all our Scout work, as resumed classes this week. The 8gt. E. .I. DowllnK. Jr., on ofMr.

I Brock returned to the States last well as some of the problems and school was discontinued throughthe and Mm. Ernie Howling of

H Auto HcemiB sales are increasing Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy summer and !Is now assigned to obstacles encountered by the Christmas holiday It Is Starke, In back In the Slates after

rapidly with. the approach ofllhe I.Lovetts Painted and Pvt. and Mrs. Charley Barr the 83rd Regiment at Camp Blan- Sci>utmasters." C o m m 1 I.. loner held under the supervision of Mrs. three yearn of service In the..

deadline. Jan. 15. County TaxICoUector store Is getting went to Miami last week-end. ding. Shepherd said. W J. Churchwell with six volun- South Pacific. lie wired his" pereats .

C. ,;4.. Knight said yes I Lovett3.s grocery exterior coat of paint They went down the scenic east I He wa accompanied to the! All committeemen and others teer workers. Before the holidays I I several days ago: that he was

terday. He*urges the public to a new .work Is being I coast highway and came back up Rotary meeting by Chaplain John Interested in Scouting are urgedto attendance was large and it In Loa Angeles, Calif., and would
The
buy tags ucV In order to avoid I this week.Charles Batten. the west coast. ''A. Cantwel' be present. is hoped that It will continue. I t'arrive for a furlough at his. home
by 0 .
the last mlnJuta rush. pone here IWOn.e.




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FRIDAY; JANUARY
STARKE. FLORIDA 5. ijj3
TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELKGRAFII, _
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i sons, Gerald and Lee, of Lake AND NOTICE TO APPEAR and that said business I I" owned
STATE OS" FLORIDA to: EmilyD. and operated by Pa.quale Libretti,
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH City Mrs. Edwards Brinson of Pye, whose residence Is 111 Han- Dated this December U, 1944! at
Fernandma Miss Jetta Lee of over St., Charleston South Carolln: Starke Bradford County, Florida,
You are required to appear on : (III8'ned: ) P..llqua.. Libretti
Lake City 3-c Petty Officer Hugh January IS, 1945. In the above 12112-41-1113
Established 1877 D. Lee of Jacksonville Air Base named Court and cause wherein -

E. L. Matthews ____________ Editor and Owner ) ;VMferxgfl::1 f8 and Mr. T. R. Baumgardner and County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce shall Bradford publish TO WHOM IT NOTICE MAY! CONCERN:

four childrenjof Winter Haven. thin Order In next four weekly issues. Notice Is hereby given that

Published Weekly on Friday. and Entered aa Second Class Matterat Miss Melvene Davis visited her i Witness. my hand and official have Bradford filed my with FInal County Account Judge ?!

the I'ont Office at Starke Florida. cousin. Miss Lorlne Rhoden In seal at titarke Florida, this December will on the 16th day of January and! i
Waldo last weekend.Mr. 11, 1944.OFFICIAL IUS, apply to said County Judge:
; SEAL) A. J. Thomas, for Flna Discharge as
( Admlnla
M aa1v LHARREII and Mrs. A. C. Davia and As Clerk of said Court.T. trlLtrla: of the Estate of
WITH WHAT mixed l J Eunice
Our 'Dream World 9 -, family were Sunday dinner guests Frank Landrum Stark. Florida. Alia Nimmo
emotions do enter Plf. I2IU4t115I | | Eveline flirt, .ae
we up- Williams Atty. for Adm'a
Mrs. ;
Mr. and George
Has Been Shattered on the year 1945i! This renewal of the ration jump In and eat every last of 11111I-41-1-5
In
As We Enter A New Year Gone are our foolish points on canned goods recalls to whisp. Wist yourself Dougle, Macclenny. > CIRCUIT FLORIDAIN COURT. BRADFORD CIIANCIiRY. Iff CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD I
my mind the story I once beard what you elf. Jut build a II'* CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD COUNTY. COUNTV' FLORIDA| IN VMAN.;
of early : CKHY
hopes an easy
,
about two Scotchmen, Sa.ndyand fence around your daughter-s COUNTY FLORIUtl IX: CHAN- John O. Bablk. Jr., Plaintiff vs. Jack Morris,. Plaintiff, rn.
victory in Europe.A Dougle, discussing the attitude of but not TOO high. Oscar CERY.A. Blckerd, Plaintiff v". Stella Bablk Defendant Case No. Morris, Defendant. Cane No Alln.94711.
few weeks wishful-thinking: individuals and e e SNow's Defendant. 8476. ORDER OF PUBLICATION
ago parents regarding their marriageable Dernlce L. Kick I erd. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
even some municipalities were making rosy plans for daughters. it's dollars to dough- Case No. 8494.OROEH OF. PUBLICATION NOTICE TO APPEAR STATE OF FLORIDA to: Allne

V-E Day. Now our bubble has bursted' and the New Bandy was the father of half nuts that Starke and Lawtey AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Babik STATE whose OF residence FLORIDA is 9409 to: Stella Miles len E. Morris Louisiana whose: residence Is Cul
ushered in cold sober note ultimatum will Bell each customer STATE OF FLORIDA to Ewrnlce Cleveland, Ohio: 1
Year was on a -an a dozen or more happily-wed grocerymen L. Rlclterd whose residence. I Is Ave You are required to appear
that folks on the home front have got to throw glrla and Dougta the father of two cans of stuff now where S42S Bewick, Detroit, Michigan.You January You are 15th required 1944 to In appear the above on January 13th. 1945 In the. above on I
old muldH. they sold only one before ration are required to appear on Court and wherein named Court and cause, ..wherein.
away their rose-colored glasses and get down to brass a dozen Roodlooklng January 9th, 1945, in the above named cause Bradford plaintiff seeks divorce. j
tacks about this business of war. Bigger draft calls Folks couldn't understand thinbecnuHO points came back to life. Not I I named Court and cause, wherein County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish County Telegraph shall publish .

. tighter rationing'controls . a ban on horse and Sandy and hiM wife only that, but each customer will county plaintiff Telcuraph seeks" divorce.shall publish Bradford this this. Order In next four weekly Isi su.this..Order In next four weekly I I..

dog racing . fewer tires . less meat . these acted as though they didn't eat canned goods three time a Order In net four weekly and official laities.vvitnvHM sues.Witness. 'my hand and official Witness. my hand and official J
the har- cam whether their daughters day now, where he ate them only I my I hnnd this De- seal at Starke: Florida, this December seal ILt Starks i, Florida this Decem
and other stern
pronouncements were Florida
many seal at Starke her 13th, 1944OFFICIAL .
18th, 1944.
married not and oven discouraged once a month before. They'veone
or ,",',,,her 2hth, 1IM4.
bingers of the new rather than an encouragementof (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ( SEAL
year the young men of the and built a fence around (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas ) A. 3. Thomas.

plans for reconversion and the idyllic post-war neighborhood from calling on : the cans', but not TOO high. T.An Frank Clerk Landrum of Bald ,Court.Stark, Florida, As. S.Clerk Harrison of. said, Jacksonville Court.J. FlorIda H.A" O.Clerk Brown ot ,said Lake Court.sutler! Florid..
dream world. Atty. for Pit 1216-4t-lB| | Atty tor' Plf.
them.' On tile other hand During the Hoover depression Atty. for IMf. 12-2 4t 1-10 121224tIIUr

Sobering also was the issuance this week of instruc- I>OUK lft and his wife went' out canned stuff plied up until IN CIHCtlT (COI'HT IlitAIJFORnC"OI'N'I'Y. NOTICE OF INTENTION! TO .. .. ...
tions by the State Defense Council on how to best pro- of their way to be nice and there wan. enough on the grocery FLORIDAIN' CHAN. HKUISrF.il FICTITIOUS; NAME
that I'asprovisions
Notice Is hereby given -
tect yourself in case of a rocket or robot bomb attack pleasant" when the young blood shelves In the state of William('I'It T. M. Jones, Plaintiff vs. quale Libretti under the LOOKYOUR

by Germany on the United States. Such attack is dropped around but It didn't Georgia to feed the Army ten Kllaaheth. M. Jones Defendant. of Florida law will register with
of Brad.
the Clerk of Circuit Court
Case No. 3470.ORDER '
bit.
hardly expected, the Defense Council observes-but seem *to help matters a yeum. Then what happened? OF PUBLICATION ford County. Florida the fictitious BESTLet
The The morning after the night Did the canneries and merchants AND NOTICE TO APPEAR name of Jordan's Bar under whichI i
neither the German
? then was break-through. before when Sandy's youngestand STATE OF FLORIDA to: Elisabeth am engaged and doing businessat
prospect of such a catastrophe does sound far-fetched put on a costly advertising I M Jones whose residence Is 115 E. Call St., Starke, Florida;
last single daughter eloped to cell the Rock, Arkansas O
campaign surplus 2512 State Street, Little V
right now but still-the F. B. I. caught two more with a well-to-do young farmer, stock. T Not on life. :
Nazi saboteurs in New York the other day. Landedon he met Dougle at the mall box Invented your ration You are required to appear on
Some smart above
gay January 15, 1945 In the
Us
the coast of Maine they were, from a German sub- and the two got to talking. "I point Did It work? Well, named Court and cause, wherein \n,3.:

marine. A German submarine could also launch robot don't see how in tarnation your just look air the pile of cans County plaintiff Telegraph eoki divorce.shall Bradford publish =

bombs against the United States. daughters marry off so fast when In your own bock yard and this Order In next four weekly 1ssuen ., CLEAN & PRESS

And so we enter 1945 with mixed emotions. Goneis you and your wife are such kill- think about the time you lined Witness. my hand and official __ h

our cock-sureness our belief in a quick, easy victory.We joys every time "the young men a crooked-neck gourd for a seal at Starke., Florida this| December Your Fall Clothes
come a-courtlng Dougle said. 11, 1844.OFFICIAL
would like think that this will be the last bait cup when you went fishIng -
to year "Now take me and old lady- ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. YOU Don't Have
my because couldn't find NOW
you As Clerk of said Court.T.
of war, but now we hardly dare to hope. Another year we go tor a heap of trouble to an empty can In the whole Frank Lsndrum Starke Florida
of war is behind us and farewells were gladly said to make It pleasant and agreeable darned n e I g hborhood. Now Atty. for Plf. 1 |I15.4t1i3IN | Intentional Collisionsbut

1944. Volumes of rhetoric will be written about the for the young folks, and what what? Everyone has tin cups CIRCUIT; COURT BRADFORD .

terrifying destruction of the past twelve monthsbutwho I happens? Your daughters all to spare and Uncle Sam Is CKIIV.Ivo COUNTY. FLORIDAl IN CIIAN- every year persons pay

can imagine what might be in store for the next have homes and husbands of their making battleships out of the Antolos 'Andrlnl, Plaintiff vs. thousands of dollars be- DRY CLEANING
while ours are just a bunchof Clrlla Kovacav Andrlnl Defendant. out
twelve months? Feeble efforts will be made to describethe own leftovers I

suffering of the men who are fighting abroad who old maids." And canned goods Isn't the Case ORDER No. ,1466.OF PUBLICATIONAND cause their cars are burned, TIlE MODERN WAY ta

face death day after day, year after year, far from Sandy amwered right off the 'only line that has profited by NOTICE TO APPEAR stolen involved in Colli-
RTATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs. or f
rationed. Look at the shoe
home and loved ones. Actually, there are no wordsto bat L "Tut, tut, Dougle, wilt being Clrlla Kovacev Andrlnl, whose residence -
describe such business. Back In 1933'more people and post office address I.Zabll1ce. sions.Buy Automobile Comprehensive -
adequately misery. yourself. Don't know that
you
went without 'em ''than wore Dalmatla, Yugoslavia:
But the astounding thing about 1944 on the home girls are like wheatstraw and 'em", but now, even the darkies January Tau are 13,required 1945, In to the appear above on and Collision Insurance NEW

front is the fact that except for the families of ser- marriageable young men like a have revived that old song "I named Court and cause, wherein before it's too late.

vice men our civilians still live normally and were bunch: of cattle Leave a stuck got shoos, you got shoes, all God's County plaintiff Telegraph.seeks divorce.shall Bradford publish METHODCLEANERS '

given no real conception of the horrors of war. Trivial of wheatatraw out In tho field Chilian got shoes." this Order In next four weekly Is- E. Johns

shortages of a few luxury items 'such as butter and with no fence! around It and the So It looks like Sandy had sues.Witness. my hand and official Charley

cigarettes occupied the minds and conversations of : cattle won't pay It any mimi, the right Idea after all. But seal at Starke Florida, this December Agency
but just build a fence around you better be mighty careful R, 1944.OFFICIAL .
many home-fronters during the final months of 1944.
SEAL A. ,
) J. Thomas
It-but not TOO It I Kit-andthey'll and don't( get that fence TOO ( Phone 13 STARKE, FLA.
As Clerk of said Court.W.
Dizzy talk of the "Utopian" post-war world arose from ROBERT GREEN, Owner
not be satisfied". till they high. C. Hardesty Daytona Beach,
the American scene like a haze from a swamp. Florlda. Att,. tor _PI.lr_. 12115.4t_1I5, 315: Te mPa .A. venue
Somehow we have a feeling that much of this will ftep_tlng THE TRAVELERS Hartford t I
e S e e e e e e I e e eState parents,, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bou- IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD I iL .. 1
be changed during 1945. We believe the American irier. (COUNTY FLORIDA IN CII, N- "

people are going to have a fair idea of what the war's Farm After spending the Christmas Paul CEItY.Brunet, Formerly known as
about before the next twelve months are out. But Otto Kuril, Plaintiff vs. Lucy Lowe
holidays with Mr. and Mrs. L. F.
Brunet, Formerly known as LucyLowe I
whatever hardships the year may bring let us remem- ny hire Bryan Whltfleld ,Chapman. Mnu, ,Robert S. Chapman KUh" Pejtendant., Case No.S47T.r FACILITIESe
e e e e e h S e, e e e S S .
ber that the people, of England have ,taken it, the peo- returned to her home In ORDER OF PUBLICATION organization
of Russia have taken it and the people of France Orlando last'
ple BIRTHDAY PARTY Tuesday. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR and in its
STATE OF FLORIDA to Mrm. competent thorough en-
Holland Belgium Greece and Czechoslovakia have :
Last Saturday afternoon La- MoMM P. D, Fancher Jr.. left Lucy Lowe Brunei, whose residence tirety to render a fine and moderately
taken it. Somehow we believe the American peoplecan Wednesday to return to his base Is 418 West 118th Street, Apt. 63,
eel 1 brated his priced Service
take it too. Verne Harvey e in Brazil. New York N. Y.
Ken- You are required to
tenth birthday by having appear on
neth and Bobby Stafford, Joyce Mr. and Mrs. S. V. R. Mart- January lith 1945 In the above
named Court and cause, wherein .6.DEWI'iT
Past Administration a IN COMMENTING o n Davis, Dewey Thornton, Lynn Or- ling of Melrose were visitors of plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford .
Florida's Centennial Cele- mond, Debris Ann Wainwright, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher last County Telegraph shall publish
Leaves State this Order In next four weekly is.puce. -
'Prosperous bration 1845 to 1945, the Wanda Lee and Elsie LInzy, Eve- week-end. C. JONES

As Caldwell Takes Reins Florida State Chamber of lyn Spears, Helen Whltfleld, Carolyn Guests' of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. As(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A. J. Thomas

Commerce discusses the Bradley and Betty Williams Harris during the past week were Witness my hand and official AMBULANCE SERVICE
status follows and Rev. and Mrs. William Wilson Mrs. Rowan Tho mas and son. seal at Starke. Florida, thla December -
quo as : 13th, 1944.
"Tuesday in Tallahassee Governor Spessard L. Holland of Ralford come to the homeof "William Rowan Jr., of Lake W. C. Hardesty Daytona Beach Funeral Director
his parents, :Mr. and :Mrs For- Geneva and Misses Wanda and Florida Atty. for Pit. 1z118.4t1dTN |
closed of the most successful administrationsin
one rest Harvey and enjoy contests Gloria Harris of Green Cove Phone 7
Florida's 100 of statehoodr Governor. Mil- I CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD
years and games with him. After sev- Springs. COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN.CKHY. .
lard F. Caldwell started a new administration, and a eral hours of fun Mrs. Harvey With Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Williams STARKE FLORIDA
Claude C. Jr.
Pye. Plaintiff, vs.
new century. of statehood, facing many serious prob- served Ice cream and cake to the for the New Year week- Emily D. Pye Defendant. Case

lems. young host and hLa guests. end were Mrs. E. L. ;Hewitt and' No. ORDER 8478 OF PUBLICATION
"The many accomplishments of the Holland tenureof
Mrs. D Sweat returned
r e w
office are too well known to need repeating. It has
home Saturday after spending
been a progressive administration, marked specially the Christmas holidays with rel-

with wise tax reform measures which are reflected in atives In Hahtra, Ga., Pinetta and

the sound financial standing of every one'' of the sixty- Lake City. So glad you're back. Have a Coca-Cola
.
seven counties. With him goes the respect the con- Mrs. A. J. Spears and daughter. -

fidence, and the gratitude of the people of Florida( for I Evelyn, of Tallahassee are

the forceful and wise leadership he has given them : visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Llnzy. \

during the past four years. : Miss Ruby Lilly of Quincy and r

"In spite of the fact that he enters office at the Starke was the luncheon guest

time Florida has reached an all-time high in prosperity i 'of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell

Governor Caldwell will find trying times ahead. In and family last Thursday. t A

his pre-inaugural statcmEnts he shows a full appreciation -I' Guests of Mr. and :Mrs W. N. I IL

of the problems he will be called upon to solve; North for the New Year weekend -
I
and the quiet, calm approach he 1 is giving them inspires were Lt. H. G. Davis and

_ confidence in his ability to lead us through the Flight Officer Dick Berkley 'of. I

uncertain times to come. lIe has asked for and should Tampa. s el+"irv t
After being with Mr. and Mrs. : 4.
receive the full, wholehearted support of the. business
Lawrence Dugger and other rel-
interests of Florida.
atives in this part of the state
"Financial problems will be pressing. While the since last Tuesday Mrs. Claude -

State has a large surplus in the treasury, the greater Johns and sons, Claude Jr., and -

part of it is earmarked for specific purposes such as Kenneth returned to their homeat IT-

roads unemployment compensation etc.; and the clos- Belle Glade Sunday. y a tl!

ing of race tracks on tho day following his inauguration Mrs.: Annie R. Norman and

will cause an appreciable drop in revenue foe daughter Katherine 'of Jacksonville .i .

counties old age' assistance and for schools. Follow- visited Mr. and Mrs. H. M. _

.. ing a custom set immediately after the "boom", school Richarde and Mrs. A. M. Rlch- Nx t>ti' A A
officials again have asked the coming legislature for arde for several days last week. !

an increase in State support and have been promiseda Mrs. H. B. Frazee and children. ) I

minimum of $150 to. be added to the $800 now provided Buddy. Betty and Katherine, of 1'tI w fj 'uoi tb

for each teacher-unit. .Municipalities are clamoring Jacksonville and Bryan and t ya / I rtyi 4)
I
Bobby 'Jo' Smith 'of Ocala spent "
for financial assistance. Post-war plans must be last Wednesday'night
with Mr.
financed. A state-wide 1t t.y
advertising program is neces- and Mrs. J.O. Caldwell. M rK
sary to protect tourism which accounts for some sixty McIntosh , .
Miss .
Betty McRao of
per cent of Florida's income in normal times and to
was with her
grandparents, Mr.
promote its agricultural and industrial
possibilities."The and Mrs. J. A. Bouvler, from
discovery of oil in Florida brings with it the Tuesday until Friday last week.

need for legislative consideration of a program for adequately Mils Idalou Davis of Starke was
} protecting public and private interests and the dinner guest of Miss McRae . or offering a soldier the comforts of home 1

projected expansion of aviation following the close of and Mr. and Mrs. Bouvier Thursday -
the war necessitates further action to meet the prob- evening. HOME There's DO place like it. And nobody knows it better than a fight

lems which are certain to come in with such expansion. Mrs H. W. Ross and little ing man back on furlough. Ice-cold Coca-Cola is one of the comforts of home

"Upon Governor Caldwell's shoulders rests the responsibility Jimmy Cole, 3rd of Memphis!. /
of assuring Florida's prosperity in the Tenn., are visiting Mr. and Mrs.: everybody welcomes. That's why frosty bottles of Coke belong in your ,

postwar era. It is a task requiring vision, courage M. R. Holmes. Capt. and Mrs. home refrigerator. At the words Have a Coke, refreshment joins the party
and leadership of the highest type. The Florida State James Cole Jr., accompanied
Chamber of Commerce is confident he can and will live Mrs. Ross and Jimmy, 3rd to the to make it gayer, brighter. The good old American custom of the pause that

port.up to" that responsibility, and it pledges him its sup. Farm they had from visited South other Carolina relatives where, refreshes is spreading in many lands around the globe,-a symbol of our

were overnight guests 'of Mr. and friendly home-ways.
V. Mrs. Holmes Thursday and went It's natural for popular names

"Family Goat Is Mother of Nine Kids" reads the on to their home In Memphis.Pvt. IOTUEB! UNOEI AUTHOIiTV Or TMI COCA-COLA COMPANY SV It(WP to acquire, friendly]abbrevia-

headline in a weekly newspaper. How about reversing Gerald W. Bouvier of i tloni. That' why \you hear

it"Mother of Nine Kids Is Family Goat".-Inter- Keesler Field M1s ., spent the STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Cuca-CoLa.allot CiVe.P.GE .

type News. New Year holiday with h.Ltra.nd.-

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.JANUARY S.. IMS BRADFORD COUNTY TELKGRAM1. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE THREE> !
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al Commonsense



w, 'For.ljwi'NATION have:EKS WORK four performed DURING years AT TO WAR MEET Florida,NEW yeoman AWAITS NEEDS YEAR farm ser] Mrs0 Housewife, ADD THIS TO YOUR


L-e.for their country In time ot
ergency and war, producing, ,
fie greatest crops In the history,
the state to help meet theeds
of America and her all lea.
I A year before this country became NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS
p' Involved In the war. sharp : -.
upward adjustments In production .
programs; were made to meet
I the increasing needs of the Nation -
[ la its preparedness: activities
[and of countries obtaining help
'from the United States under
lend-lease arrangements, and each! lx

(was succeeding ducton:found And necessary year Florida through' to raise farmers 1944 pro it, Resolved: To save and turn in to the war P

for four yearn straight running, Px
have done,their part by achievingor


have they surpassing handicaps done had this ever and their despite experienced problems goals.more They than serious be;- effort every drop of used fats during 1945


fore.This
strenuous, patriotic effor
and achievement on the part 01::
the farmers of Florida and other
states has given 'this country a
of food and other
greater supply "2\2 %

other placing agricultural country in America's products In the hand world than one, thus any of: .. ....:.. C'... '....". "''";'I"... ":":ii'S"t'i'r":"' ; "'" ......"'.'".,:,......;.... ..:'!.,.y."".;..t..'.."...t.,'!;!o..i. ;, ,;'""";':.;.;.."t5r,1,, A ?-.*&

the mightiest of all weapons for, ,
t victory. ? ,"-: .. ,
The fifth year 0 t war-time () J) i iiv'r":*_--r.-'.'. :'r';'" )
'
work la now getting under way PI *'SS55"ttn 1
and farmers. are going' to take It / ;>it
In stride. It will be another yearof '
hard, hard work, of continues .,...v: .
OF
WAR
labor shortages, of con t Inued NOWUP __ .
....
problems which have already been
experienced and perhaps, of new NO LET IN: :; ,,'
problems. Florida farmers, how
ever, will do the :Job before themIf : .
it Is humanly possible. DEMANDS FOR].
While their production goals
been reduced for ,
for 1945 have
some crops and kept at the 1944 I1rwr2r\ t-: '
:figure for others, they have been D '
raised for a few other crops such 1
an pulpwood. To make these a
adjustments and, particularly, to .
cut more pulp wood (which must ).
be cut in greater quantities than 13
ever before) is going to require w
careful planning ingenuity, and f/
mountains of effort. If every
farmer will plan his work aa
carefully as possible and will stayat
his :Job with the high resolve ito E'-E'f
and tremendous effort that have 0 0. :; .4M.N M { .. .
: -L
characterized the work of farmers r
during the past four years, (. ,, ,,
the 1945 production Job will be / (
tr Kma
completed. t yw. s sf si

.... *|tX s ffs'wa r5 ,
Hints To HousewivesPUDDING 'ii Y .
'"*:.t e

PASTE' GAME .. .",;j....
Today we have 'a'recipe! for a 1M ,I dl, 4?+ r ....:, '*.
tasty pudding, another for liver
paste, and a suggestion on cook-
ing venslon and other wild game.
Baked Indian Pudding -
Ingredients: I quart of milk
1-2 yellow corn meal, 1 teaspoon ,
salt, 1-2,cup cane syrup, and 1-2 vis.
to 1 teaspoon ginger: 1 tpF'w a wy i .r1En
Directions: Cook milk cornmeal a,. Mi ,
and salt in double boiler .e E'S ::4m + '
!
for 20 minutes. Add syrup and 1 '
ginger, pour Into greased baking !tp'\' :
dish and bake in moderate oven
((300 degrees Fahrenheit) for two
hours. Serve with hot or cold

serves top milk six.or cream. Thla recipe .f EVERY DROP OF USED COOKING_ FAT/

Hog Liver Paste
Ingredients: 1 medium hog WILL CONTINUE
TO BE NEEDED
liver (about 3 pounds), 1 1-2 ...,M. :? UNTIL :
j pounds fresh fat pork, chopped
very' fine, 1 teaspoon cloves, 1 ''ti
teaspoon pepper, 6 toasted 4 'f THE JAP-HELD DEVASTATED PACIFIC. r rJ
crackers, 1 large onion, grated or _
finely chopped, 3 eggs, 1-4 to 1-2 tl
| cup water, and 1 tablespoon salt. ISLANDS AGAIN BECOME FAT PRODUCERS
Directions Combine meat and
seasoning and press through a

and meat water grinder, and twice.pack Add to within eggs : wrn TIUJ! O

half and an process.inch of Process top of can.half-pint Seal > AND USED

glass 45 minutes at 250:> degrees
pressure.Fahrenheit or 15 pounds steam -' "' .t iXV- COOKINGAT5 FOB CASH ANO'

This paste is excellent sand- ? ? : '
an ,
wich filler.Cooking Game > i" tit* EXTRA RAT/ON PO/NT.S/1 .,. ...,//.f, i iS

Because they lead more active ,'.
lives, the muscles of deer and .
most; other wild animals are
tougher and harder than those of

meat domesticated is likely animals.to be Thus tough, their and This Advertisement.-Sponsored by The Following Members of The Victory Club .

stringy if it is cooked like tender
domestic meats. This Is especi-
ally true if the animal is-old.
Long, slow, and moist cooking BOB'S TAVERNBROJYNSTEEN'S WONDER GIFT SHOP FRANK'S FINE FOODS

will tenderize game. Basting it SHOE REPAIR KOCH DRUG STORE GISLAIN'SFLORIDA
with orange Juice helps to break . .
down the the tissue and also give BLANDING TAILORSAt BRADFORD. HARDWARE CO BANK AT STARKE
meat a delicious orange "* Member F. D. I. C.
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You FRED F. STUMP HOLLYWOOD' CAMERA & GIFT SHOP
keepBONDS BARH.
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INSURANCE '
WALL AGENCY -
C. ,
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STARKE SIIAFKIN'SDA KID D'S SINCLAIR SERVICE, The Bus Station

TRANSFER IS HOTEL \ .; 'WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE BLANDING CENTER, Inc.

MARUCA'S GROCERY TEMPLE & LAKE SERVICE STATION JERRY'S PLACE

Local And THE SMART SHOP CAMP DINER ROGERS JEWELRY{ & ARMY STORE

Long Distance ROY'S RESTAURANT DENMARK FURNITURE CO. NEW' METHOD CLEANERS

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215 Call St. MAUDE'S PLACE STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING CO. WEST END GROCERYtAy.

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-- -- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TAKKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY.. JANUAnv
.R..
'IIQ

II'SOCIETY and CLUBS Mrs. Moitt HostessTo Lois Wainwright New Committees ing prayer, after which businesswas FIRST ClIRISTIAN OF WICRD-

transacted. Mrs. Leonard
STARKE
WCTU MembersThe Becomes Bride Named WSCSThe
by
F. Smith was elected secretaryand Corner Call and Christian

Of Euel Bert Walker. Mrs. A. W. Anderson treas- Rev. W. G. Smedley, 8ft.
regular monthly meetingof Woman's Society of Christian ranter
: Delightful OAt Home'Held Two Hostesses the W.C.T.U. was held Friday Service held the first circle urer.Mrs. Services as follows:
The of Miss Lois Bible School
In Rectory Entertain MembersOf afternoon In the home of Mrs. marriage meetings of the new year on I. P. Shepherd conductedthe each Sunday atPreaching
Merle of 10 a. m.
daughter
Wainwright,
.. Ara Moitt on Madison street, and Tuesday1 afternoon, Circle One be- devotional period and talked
The Rev. and Mrs. Grover Alison UDC Chapter was well attended. Four new Mr and Mrs. N C. Wainwright, ing entertained by Mrs. W. B. beautifully of the new year; closing ; and communion ser.
to Pvt. Euel Bert Walker U. S. vices at 11 a.
m.
and
with Robert Louis 7:30
were at home to friends on members were added and Vice Sewell, circle chairman. Steven- : p, -,
Mrs. 1, M. Mitchell and Mrs Army, stationed in Camp Blan- son's poem, "The Land of Begin- Prayer meeting each
New Year's from 4 to 6 In Presidents were appointed by the Wednes.
Day After few words of
red and son of Mr. and Mrs. William a greet- day at 7:30: .
Frank Wilson used a President as follows: Mrs. W. J. ding, ning Again". The first numberon p. m.Pastor's
afternoon.
the ing, Mrs. Sewell proceeded to
white color scheme throughout Churchwell :Methodist Church; Walker of Bangor, Ala., was the program was given by residence: Green Cove
The spacious rooms of the Episcopal the lower floor of the former's Mrs. H. L. Brow n lee-Baptist\ solemnized, Saturday night, Dec appoint the folio wing circle Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton\ who reviewed Springs.

rectory on Church Street, home on Madison Street when 16, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. committees: Program, Mrs. H. C. an article from the World ..
Church Mrs. Luclna Clark
where guests were received, were they entertained members of the ; N. C. Wainwright. The Rev. C. Ritch; recording secretary, Mrs.A. Outlook entitled "Eskimo Christ- v r
tastefully decorated with the tra Presbyterian Church; Mrs. W. L. Z. Adkins; t r 8 asurer, Mrs.
TJ.D.C C. Harrofficiated.\ .
W. T. Weeks Chapter, Andrews Christian Church; mas Customs"; Mrs. L. F. Smith
ditional holiday greenery. Wednesday afternoon from 4 to Mrs. J. Thornquest -Tabernacle. The bride wore a dress of blue Titus Olson; flowers for church, reviewed "Christmas I n Rural

Among those assisting In serv- 6 o'clock The next meeting is echduled to with black accessories. Her only Mrs. J. 'R. Wainwright; visiting Mexico"; and Mrs. Halle read the :
committee to be each
ing were Mrs Glen Duke, Mrs. and dining!: : ornament was a heart-ehape appointed beautiful poem, "Thy Will beDone"
The living room be held with Mrs H. 1* Brownlee month
.1 ; spiritual life Mrs. W. J.
Mrs. Ava Kll-
Wm. and
Boyce
room, opening en suite, where the last Friday in January. locket, a gift of the bridegroom. Churchwell. i .

gore. the president Miss Madge Mld After the business session a A reception was held follow- The hostess served, delicious .

dleton, conducted the business' beautiful memorial service was ing the ceremony and guests In- The chairman also arrangedfor sandwiches, hot tea and fruit .

'>Informal Party meeting, were_ artistically _decorated : I held honoring three beloved mem- clu d e d ; Mr. and Mrs. W J hostesses who will entertainthe cake and was assisted In serving \
following''months: :Mrs.' J. -
Mrs.
with red roses ana w...." bers who have gone to their reward Moody, Mrs. C. A. Moody, Mr. by Middleton and Mrs. Halle. GOMES FIRST
r and :Mrs. J. E. Zevin and B, Cottrell, February; Mrs.. L. A. At AT
Mr. each circle
F. Brown, secretary an anal reportof
,M.
1 narcissi. Mrs. during the year jua past: and Mrs.A. Jv Moody, Mrs. B. J.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Lecin and :MIss read the minutes of the Mrs. F. A. Scott Mrs. W. P. Moody of Green Cove Springs, Davis, March; Mrs. Churchwell, the work_ of the society was
Lecln entertained informally meeting and Mrs. W. F. Miller Wll] April; Mrs. H. C. Ritch, May; read. This report showed that
Madeline previous Smith and Mrs. Julia Eastman. Pvt. Charles W. Cpl. LAP4KE!
Mrs. J. R. W a I nwrlght, June the 1944
; during year the grand !
New Year's Eve. Among Godwin treasurer, gave the fin- Several beautiful poems were ner E. Hill of Camp Blanding, Mrs. J. W.. White and the Misses total was $1,461.69.
read and other loving tributes Miss Doris Negrych of Middle-
those enjoying their hospitality ancial report. Ray, July; :Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Au-
burg, Ewell Wainwright of Jacksonville -
were: Cpl. and Mrs. Al Perils, Following the business meet- paid.At gust; Mrs. S. E. Ritch, Septem-
E. Harris
Mr. and Mrs. J. -
the close of the service a
Lt. and Mrs. Springer the two hostesses, assistedby
Clayton Ing
I volunteer committee composed of of Raiford, Mr. and Mrs. E. ber.The
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sage, Mr. and Miss Luclle Mitchell, Mrs. L. devotional service was con-
Mrs. Sam Goldman, Morris Lea- Mrs. Wallace Elles I I six members: Mesdames H. L. B. Shipman, Miss Elma Thomas ducted by Mrs. Churchwell, who
A Davis and Brow n 1 e e, Ara Moitt. W. A
suck, Sgt. and Mrs David Lee of Starke, Mr, and Mrs. Gordon used a subject suitable for the HEARDr.
of North Carolina, served a Scott J. E. Futch, J. T. Quigley,
and Lt. N. J. Goldstein of Tampa.EXPERT Baas, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gloverof new year Miss Olive Ray gave
tempting refreshment course to and Miss Wallace carried to the the first number the .
on program -
cemetery for the graves of those Penney Farms, Chlpp and
Mrs. L.
the following members: which was entitled "Mis-
whose memories were being honored Hazel Wainwright, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Powell, Mrs. O. L. Haynes, sionary Work among the Okla-
a 1 o vely arrangement of W. E. Webb, Rev. and Mrs. C. C homa Indians", Miss Amelia
E. 3. Matthews, Mrs.' W. F.
Mrs. flowers and foliage brought by
Harris, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Ray gave excerpts from a letterof
Godwin, Mrs. Caro Chandler, the different members, and these Mordecai 'Hamat'
thanks written by James H.
Moody, Mrs. Louise McCafrey,
Mrs. M. F. were placed upon the graves. The .
Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Kennedy; MaM 1-c, U. S. N. R., ,
entire service was a touching tri- Miss Elma Lee Hickey, Mrs. Bet-
.. Brown, Mrs. O. L. Beasley and who is in the Mariana Islands In
'pa o:y'''e9C bute to the lives of these loyal tie Gummerson, Mr. and Mrs
the South Pacific.
Miss Madge Mlddleton. and faithful He had requested -
Invited to Join the members at women. Thomas Starling, Mr. and Mrs. that clothing be sent for

As a further honor t o Mrs. Cleo Hickey, all of Green Cove the destitute natives, who have
tea were: Mrs. Joe Hoover, Mrs.D. Scott who served the Union so s
been trained missionaries.
by STARKEGdspel
E. Knight, Mrs W. P. Gaha- long 4.nd untiringly, It was voted Springs. __ Several members of the local

gan, Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. L. unanimously to name the local Pvt and Mrs. Walker left Sun- society sent two boxes of cloth- .
Union the Laura day morning on a'weddlng trip
H.
Scott Union.
Mrs. K O. Duncan, last AugUst
A. Canova, Ing ,
to Bangor Ala
Mrs. E. M. Davis, Mrs. Edward The following poem composed : :" Mrs. Sewell, assisted by her Tabernacle

Burns, Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Mrs. by, the President: Mrs. O. E. sister, Mrs. J. D. Cottrell of Lees-

CLOCK & WATCH W. B. Mundy, Mrs. V. S. St John, SUnabury. and dedicated to the Ladies AuxiliaryThe burg, and Mrs. M., F. Brown, .

Mra. L. D. Green and Mrs. Peelerof memory of Mrs. Scott, la one of served tempting refreshments of I
REPAIRING Jacksonville. the tributes paid at this meeting: Ladles Auxiliary of the hot tea MONDAY'JAN.
Presbyterian Church will hole d a variety of .sandwichesand 8 ;

I'LL 1)13 GLAD . their regular business meeting in caes. .' ,I
Woodman CircleStarke There were 16 members
G When I cross the swelling tide, the Manse. Tuesday, Jan. 9, at pres- '
And with Jeaua I'll abide. 3:00: o'clock. ent. 8:00 P. M.. .1
Grove No. 278, Supreme When 1 meet those gone before. Circle Two "

ALL WORKGUARANTEED Forest Woodman Circle, wdl! ,hold On that I'll be bright glad and golden shore: Mrs. A. F. Sauls, chairman of -

a special meeting In the hall on Circle Two, was hostess at her ONE NIGHT ONLY

Tuesday, Jan. 9. All members are When And my my work heavenly on earth mansion la done won; Birth Announcements hospitable home i in northwest

urged to be presenS When. I meet my Saviour thereIn Starke, and used for decorating
that land no bright and fair; her large living room white chrys- -
I'll be so glad
anthemums, yellow and white narcissi ,
D'It When my Lord willaay:"'wen done JJ1fYA Mrs. Sauls' Is ably assistedIn
You the victors crown have won"; 'HEAR.'
Z1t; When the streets of gold I'll walk, her work by her co-chairman
And with my dear Saviour talks; Mrs. W. G. Halle.
I will be IJlad.Wlt..n .
TheSTAG PERMANENT WAVED To Mr. and Mrs. B. Willie An- Mrs. Sauls presided and calledon
CompbUwith curler*, after all the pain and strife, ders Mrs. A. Wood for the open- THIS INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN
Starke born
*mr When I shall son Jan. 2.
..d..n...' i9 gain eternal life; (
.
'r..e to lie and .et!:lot every type of And with my Lord forever be; To Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Glis-
heir Vor estir. to ... That will be glory for me. the: will take
Carter Bk g., Starke lot hhwm- tt'iill.; .. wild. Then I'll be glad. son, Starke, son born Jan. 3. ceremony place In RADIO EVANGELIST
the
chapel at Fort Benning Ga., I
KOCH DRUG STORE I Is conveniently located at the A. .

Z. Adkins home . Word Just L J I Iv

-'Il F---- received that those three con- .'

t firmed Callstreeters, Enos Hayes,

Starke' finestRestaurant. C0CaL 4 Garland Godwin an' Calvin,.Williams . +'r'w r. .
met up with each other In y' Z

the South Pacific tothor dav .
Seems Enos an' -Garland-'" were' I IHEATRESTARKE

Well, all I know is what I hear since Myrtlce's sister and brother- the first "home folks" Calvin had I II

and Bar over the party line, but from in-law, Myrwin ah' Telfair Long, seen in,more than two and a half

'. all reports the quietude that pre- are at Benning; which is also years In those parts . ,

L .A'nPaypt vailed 'around Can Street and en- conveniently located for most other

'.. ., ' virons during Christmas continued other close relatives in Geor- Twill be a happy time around

...' ,, right on through New Year's gia .. If the Major can't ar- the' Ernie an' Cleone Dow ling FOUR BIG DAYSSUN.

t s, the Eve . Here and there an out range the furlough Myrtice will ng homestead In a very few days

:r" : cropping of revelry, but' on the make the trip to Washington now .i, Not only is Ernie, Jr.,,

whole, *quiet-very quiet . state, remaining 'there until he returning home after three yearsIn

\ Seems that even the few who goes overseas . the South Pacific but son-In- MON. TUES. 'WED.. .
celebrated, did 'so out of town law and dotter Bob an' Helen ,

B . Ruth an' Eddie Davis and When most folks get sick their Lee and their Infant have already ,

e JS9 their guest, attractive Francine friends send 'em flowers, but left the West Coast and are on JANUARY 7, 8, 9, 10

%' Jones of Augusta, Ga., together when Joe Wilson takes to bed fora heir way to Starke also ,

: witty the L. Hoffman and son, few weeks his old pals send Hear Bob, who has been stationedat

ofGra 4ooa :1 Joe (MacDIll Field) were among him chewing gum! . What I'd Fort Ord, is getting a medical

\ those enjoying the high Jinks at like. to know Is where they get it discharge and he and Helen will

oo ka the Embassy Club In Jacksonville . Sorry to hear little Mary settle down soon in his. home SINCEO

0\ A .' Call Street was also well Sue Epperson is still seriously ill state, Connecticut Glad to

r represented at the Orange Bowl in a Jax'vllle hospital . Add see Mignon (Sisson) aMorte .

Festivities in Miami by Lucile and people I see too seldom: Emily able to be up and walking about

? Maurice Edwards, the Al Man- Chapman (Mrs. L. F., Jr.) after a considerable tussel with
r assas and the Henry Manaasas Chatted at moment with her at polio . Seems her treatment

. But perhaps the peak of the Grover Alisons' open house prescribes lots of swimming BO

madcappery was reached by New Year's Day. and Interestedto she'll probably depart for Miamiere }

Maddy Lecln and friends who learn that she made those attractive long, since KlngSley is a bit t

topped off their partying with a Christmas cards bet. chilly at this time of year . ,

swim in the invigorating (brrrr) friends received this year . Add Xmas gifts that I envy: that

waters of Kingsley Lake about Hear Roberta (Robin) Whitfield dazzling ring Eolln Smith Is

3 a. m. .Year's morning! returned to Tallahassee in timeto wearing . Made up of three
huge diamonds .
play in the band for Inauguration -. WENTAWAY

, .
Definite Indication that the Well, guess that about winds 'I

B holidays are over came Wednesday Sorry to hear that lovely Velva up the little black book for this

Yv 1I morning when the Tallygals Jones will be to time . So long . See you
returning her
arose in the cold gray dawn to i In the next . .
home in Bartow shortly since son,
return to the red clay hills and Carolyn

rtue-backed books of FSWC . Werner, has departed from Camp I r t

Vfy "early morning" Blanding .
operator Incidentally, hear

glimpsed Dooley an' Marjorie; he's one of the youngest-If not E
Davis. Gayle an' Virginia Sewell INSURED -
THE youngest- -Lieutenants in
-I O II an" Clarice Thomas among those the U. S. . Wears; bars at the STARRING -
assuring themselves of bus
: a seat tender age of 18 . Velva has Sd Ii'WITH WAR BONDS

.. SIZZLING by catching, . Incidentally the 7:41: for, ,hear Tallahassee the- been Walls staying and her with friends the W. L. ..
will
5L STEAK local lassies are giving Starke sorely miss her many from the local ... Claudette Colbert t:';;":
quite
a reputation for intellectualism
. :
scene Since
getting a hurried .
this . When Your .5 .
year Proving, *
LOBSTER glimpse of petite brunette Mar-
once and for all, that beauty and Jennifer Jones ;
garet Ann Young, new :
O brains CAN be done up in the program Back Hurts- .,,v
"".S HR IM P director at the Walnut St. USO, '
same package . Hear that Bee I '** & :
CHICKEN Berg (of Glalaln's Is occupyinga freely G. I. foot predict traffic a marked in the trendof And Your Strength and Joseph Cotten ,

r:.. room at the State Farm Hospital eral direction gen- Eaergy I. Below Par .
. Nothing serious how of 201 North Walnut It our be caa.... by dl girder of!Idnet .i
She's THAT attractive unction that ,
p.rralu 5
ever . Should be back on the . Hear John WMt to .......mul.te. For truly poinmoiu many Shirley Temple
J Godwin
Job| most any day now . is the people feel tired., wok. and miserable
newest addition to the growing when the klda.,. fail to remove exeew
list of acida and oth.r waaM mater from the :''
Callstreetera .
with Monty
:
overseas blood. Wooley
Quite a little ;
flurry of parties addresses . You may oulfor urging backache, .
SANDWICHESSALADS touched off by the approaching *'- boum.Ue p.la.. bead.chee, dluin,..
wedding plans of Myrtice Ct'm'' altht., leg pain., .wellinr. ,
Car- :
If : Lionel /f
anybody see a tail-less pup frequent an eanty urination Barrymore >.
penter and Major Lloyd Lewis that looks with amartlnz and burning la another ,
Ethel Sewell an' Florence like a'cocker spaniel, aim that lom.thlnc la wrong" with a ,''s,'
but the '
ain't and bladder.
answers to the kldn.r.or
made to Brown were hostesses yesterday be no doubt that prompt Robert
order name (of all Walker
J at an intimate three-table things) Poopale, treatment. la wleer than Decl.... Uee -
.'.
bridge please return to Bill an' Alyce Do fill It I. better to rely oa a
luncheon and several others are medicine that haa won countrywide .-
apEroval
Graham .
. In
scheduled spite of its high- than on something loae favorably
during the next few born looks, the is .Voan'i h... been tried and Meted -
dorg
days . a mixed .. ..
Hear the event will many Are at all drug atorea.
325 TEMPLE AVENUE take place sometime between Jan Bill breed and, "ain't worth a cent", Get Ztoan'a today.DOANS. LAST COMPLETE 'SHOW
says except to their
15 and Feb. 1 . if Major Lewis young

(now) stationed can arrange In a Washingtonstate furlough new animal son, assistant Hank. .,.who's Hear at the Allle nuts USO-YMCA.about ChLaholm the, Pi LLS BEGINS AT 8:30 P- M.







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I of LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A Han FARM NOTESBy Lt. Jack Dyer I Formal Dance Marks !I Thursday night The O.-I. Jack- jy 1

BITS cock and daughter X>lores Ann. and Jills Club, which has been ,
have returned home after spending L. T. Dyer County Agent Missing In Action New Year's Eve meeting on Thursday nights, will

Christmas with :Mr. Han At USO-YMCA Club now meet on Wednesday nights ? f
F. Grady left the first .of HEAR Dr. ifirm at the TAB- cock's parents, Mr. and Mrs: So Ammunition For Farmer. Lt. Jack Dyer, son of Mr. and atTP.M. l ,

[ week for New York after EKNACL.K Monday.Mr. H Hancock In Ruby, S. C. Farmers who will need to buy; Mrs. L, T. Dyer of Lake Butler, Monday night Jan. 1., was the The shellcraft classes continueto
k tiding the holidays here with .' and Mrs. L. p. Rafuse of Mrs. Titus Olson left Tuesday shot gun shells and 22 calibre has been missing in action in the scene of the annual formal New be quite well-attended and

Grady. Lawtey announce the birth of a evening for Frankford HI.., cartridges for control of ,preda South Pacific since Dec. 8. accord 'Year's Dance at the U. d. O. some very attractive pieces of
White and daughter, Lois in the State birds animals in Ing to a War Department
C. : tory and strawberries
George where Club and Washington
frs she will visit her brother, on Temple being
costume made.
jewelry are
j Lhter, Frances, of Tallahassee, Farm Hospital Jan. 2. I Walter Ulley, and family. Be and veg eta b 1 e crops, telegram received by his parents Streets Lorene Monorlef of Ral- f')
Le guests Friday of :Mrs. Mrs., J. D. Cottrell of Leesburg: fore returning' home she will also should make application for pur on Thursday of last week. Mr. ford led the Grand March. After This class Is open to all G. I.'a
Site's mother, Mrs. O. W. Ald- Is a guest this week of her sister I visit lead chase certificates at this office Dyer is farm agent for Bradford and their' wives.
her parents at Arms the March, coffee and cake were Ik
and other relatives. Mrs. W B. Bewell. ill The allotment for the county la County.
an limited and those making late applications Jack began his Army trainingat served by Mrs. E. K. Perryman, CARD OF THANKS l tl
Mrs. Carrie FUtch and son,
are likely to be left out. the University of Florida whichhe Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow and
Thomas O. Rltch, were In Avon We wish to thank all of those i6
Application For Conservation was attending when he signed Mrs. A. J. Thomas Other W. S.
Park a few days last week visitIng who so ) Payment. Farmers have until up with the Army Air Forces. O. hostesses serving for the even
Mr. and Mrs. N. T.Rlt, h. the pausing of our dear husband -
Mr and Mrs. S. T. Dell of Jan. 15 to make crop report and After receiving training a t ing were Mrs. Shellle Hall and and father. For every act ;
sign application for conservation several Army schools he receivedhis
Gainesville and Maj. and Mrs. Mra. Jear. ette Christian.The of kindness and for the beautiful
payment for their farms for 1944. wings and was commissioneda
Howe Mordock and infant son, floral offerings.
Cabaret dance which has
Those who have not already doneso Second Lieutenant In the Army +
Howe Jr., of Miami were guests Mrs. L. Hodgesand
should make their report and Air Forces this summer, graduating usually been held on Wednesday Stanley
yesterday of Mrs. J. M. Brown : nights, has been changed to family.
sign application at once To date at the Army: Air Field at
lee and Mrs. Earl Johnson. I
332 out of 047 farmers enrolled Stuttgart. Arkansas.. After a -.-.-.- .-.- -
SUN-, MON., ''TUES.-JAN. 7, 8, 9 Pvt. At) Manassa.'who has been have made their reports. brief leave at home, his flrat
stationed at Crowder Mo., WE CAN
,
Camp Lumber Require' 0 e rtillcat since leaving the University of
Is spending a furlough here with Farmers wishing to purchase ----------------r
Florida he went
overseas and has
his mother Mrs. Celia Manassa.He .
\ lumber for use on the farm
Time
-L'mantic Comedy of All will leave Monday for his new should apply to this, office for a been in the South Pacific area

The Greatest. "-, ..... station at Fort Jackson, S. C. purchase certificate. for several months. He was

.r<<'wrwK'J Mrs. Earl! Johnson and Mrs. N I Tobacco Allotments. The Wash pilot of a C-47 transport plane 1 _-__ :_ _____._..4III I

?L Monroe spent Wednesday In ington office informs us that the when his parents last heard from > _._. __- V
Jacksonville.Mrs. tobacco allotments for 1943 will him.
be the same as for 1944. Apply Service Careful Drivers
B. A. Pope has returned Many American pilots I who Prompt ,
to Auburn, Ala., after spending cations for new allotments maybe have been reported missing in action
the holidays with her parents. made at this ,office, by old In that area have turned up SERVICEand l-
STARKE TAXI
who have moved to a
growers
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns.. later, and Jack's friends will join
farm that have allotment
does not an
HEAR Dr. Ham at the TAB- his family in hopes and prayers
: EKNACLK and growers who planted that he too will be found alive.
; Monday.
\:1 without an allotment in 1944.

Mr. and Mrs. Adam Green, Dairy Subsidy Payment All
I Robert Green and Jimmie Gieen dairymen who sell milk may I Yooir H'Vir IlflndInrest'II'nt MACK'S TAXI SERVICEPhone

and Pfc. Herbert Green of Cherry make application through this office Itt
Point N. C., spent the weekendat 150
for a subsidy payment for
Maxwell Field, Ala., with 1st 1..I".estllellt
sah Sgt. and Mrs. Rutherford Reese. November and December. The e Day 9 NightNOTICE

rate of payment is 90 cents per In America * *
his
Charles Schmidt returned to
..
100 Ibs. of whole milk The .
home this week after being in -- ----

St. Vincent's Hospital in Jack WFA is making'this payment because

sonville with pneumonia.Zack of the high cost of feed so

'. Brown was In town Wednesday that the dairymen may be able T

I' ) after a trip to several to continue producing milk.
; northern states. He was on his

Intbtnotfoedf' Picferer. 'flC. p.n'' .. way to South Florida.
Mr. and :Mra. T. M. Hutch Ings
1st Sgt. and Mrs. J. B. Smith
returned this week from a visit
COOPER-Teresa WRIGHT to arrive here soon
Gary are expected
a for a visit with Mrs. Smith's with friends and relatives in <0>.- _._._._ _u_._ _,_._._,_____,._.__.-._ ,-.- .
d Sblpley, and Mobile, Ala., and
mother, Mrs. Julia Tlson. Since Pensacola, Fla. IN THE IJAST I HAVE MADE DELIVERIES OF FERTILIZERS -
leaving Florida the Smiths have

*\ oCasanova spent some time In Little Rock,, Rev. and Mrs. LT G. Hemingway ON SHORT NOTICE. DUE TO LABOR CON-

> .- Ark., Sulphur Springs, Texas,, have received word from
J < of Salt Lake City, Utah and Los their son, Pfc.' John Henry DITIONS I URGE MY CUSTOMERS TO PLACE THEIR

Brown Angeles.Mrs. (Johnny) that he had ,been
Edward Burns, executive wounded in action. He 'entered ORDERS AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE IN ORDER THAT I

secretary of the Bradford CountyRed service in March, 1944, and took MAY BE ABLE TO, MAKE DELIVERIES IN TIME FOR
Directed SAM S WOOD
:.t.. by Cross Chapter, leaves Sun his basic! training Ur. Camp Fan-

t for Bay Pines, near St. fin, Texas. YOUR NEEDS '
"C..t If i mm mm HM o day where she will -attend 1liU1- TAB- ''II ...... HH_'_ _ _ _ ... _._ _.._.._,_._.._._._._.,.
Petersburg HEAR Dr. at the
"i) i withtndutft ,, .Frank. Morgan Anita Louise a three-day school conducted by ERNACLK: Monday.
Selective Service and the Veterans
Patricia Colllnge Edmond Br.on Jill Esmond Miss Margaret Ann Young ar '
/I which
I10M/t' f4 WHOM far..._ kr N....'..l.Ar.,..a play. by nod Administration and rived here this week from Louisville
Dell_Tll.aM Mllclwll.. a ,.......4..''."'_1..1 fkNirtl t... w.d tq will stress methods of aiding vet Miss Blanche JUST ARRIVED :
to
ado_,.cure. ,t..., Ky., replace
erans. Kennedy at the/_USQ:YWCA.
HEAR Dr. Hum at the TAB- Miss Young la from Sidney. Ohio,,

ALSO LATEST WAR NEWSNAT EKNACL.K Monday. and trained at Columbia University A CARLOAD OF FRESH, CERTIFIED, .*"

Mrs. F. H. Long spent two days New York,Cliff.. .
,
this week with her eon-ln-law and .
!ofr. and Mrs. vCTOur"'SCott re
Dr. and Mrs B.'S. Carroll
daughter.
in Jacksonville turned from a brief visit with Rea Bliss, POTATO SEED
Mrs. Scott's sister; Mrs. Walter

NAT SEZ: Sgt. and Mrs. Arthur Fletcher Glataon. in DeLand.W. .
spent last week-end in Tampa.
Looks like the French people C. Scott visited! his sister,
and your Uncle Nat have some of Mrs. Mary Leonard of Lake Mrs. Stanley Carnell of Ormond .
ideas. Saw a little Butler has been appointed as an c
the same Beach over the holidays
item the*other day about a car- emergency worker for both Union
and Bradford Counties to serve Miss Wanda Pearce returnedto :
toon In a Paris funny book, kidding 'CARL
the American people about through the County Agent's office school in Montreal, N. C., JOHNSTUXEDO

"pampering" G e r man prisoner She la a graduate'of the Tuesday after spending two
The cartoon showed a group of Home Economics Dept. of FSWC, weeks here wl t h her mother I

,Nazi prisoner 'at an American and is to specialize in food pro- Mrs. Bertha Pearce. '

men table with an Irate IT. S.soldierwaiter duction and conservation. Miss Ruby Lilly member of FEEDS WILSON-TOOMER FERTILIZERS
shaking a fingerat Mrs. C. J. Carter was In Vero the Qulncy school faculty, spent
them and saying: "If your Beach two days this week visit- the holidays here with her broth

damned Wehrmacht keeps on Ing her husband. He was recently er-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. I. PHONE 45 STARKE, FLORIDA
mamacreelng our prisoners wewon' transferred there from Titus Olson.
dessert!! Curtis Baltimore Md.
.,- give you any Bay Mrs. J. P. Higginbotham has

Mrs. L. G. Powell has returned been enjoying a holiday visit with

from a week's visit with her relatives in Memphis, Tenn.
mother Mrs. A. H. Frlpp. and .
sisters, Misses Martha, Louise, Miss Dotty'Sue Biggs is spending SOFA BEDS''

LONG HOURS I 1 and Etta Frlpp, in Columbia S this week In St. Augustinewith
C. her grandmother, Mrs. O.
r J. Griffin. She was carried to
AFOOT II1E1 Mrs. M. P, Gahagan left Wed-
nesday for Savannah, Ga., to visit St. Augustine; Monday by her with CHAIRS
and
mother, Mrs. Ethel M. Bigga,
.CALL FOR her son and daughter-in-law Mr. .
. Miss Madge Middleton.
and Mrs. R. E. Gahagan.Mrs. ALL BUILT
Fred Guy and Infant Mr. and Mra. H. L. Hall and s

daughter, Jane Elizabeth, returned niece Miriam Horn sby! were WITH SPRINGS
last Friday to their home here visiting relatives and friends In

from the Alachua County Hospital New Smyrna last week-end.
WORK SHOES I
Gainesville. Mrs. Effle Johns had as guests, $114.50to

Pvt. George Ray Cauthen has New Year's Day, her sister and

returned to his camp In Texas nieces, Mrs. Men McCrutchen
after a holiday visit here with and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gross, and
his parents Mr. and Mra. Ira Mrs. Edward Gross, all of Jacksonville p

Cauthen. and Mrs. J. S. Cuthbertof $149.50NEW -
Orlando and Mra. Geneva Jonesof
W. H. Graham, BM l-c. Mrs.
Graham and their children, Hank Philadelphia, Pa.

and Joalyce are here from Brun- S 1-c Ernest Garrett, USN, stationed .

wick, Ga., for a week's visit withJ. in Little Creek, Va., arrived -

M. Alvarez and )[r. and Mrs. Wednesday to spend a 15- JUST ARRIVED !
'' Okay,Mister!Your job D. A, Monteith.Mrs. day leave with his parents Mr.

is to keep 'em fightin'l Do that Laura Mosely' returned and Mrs. F, M. Garrett and other

job well in comfortabl. Tuesday from Mobile, Ala., where relatives here.

easy-going Peters Work she spent a month with her son- Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Overstreet Selection of Blankets Comforts Bed Spreads .
Mr. and
Shoe The work shoes in-law and daughter had as week-end guests Mrs. C. ,

that will wear longer Mra.; C. W. Johnson. Before returning J. Johns and son Claude, Jr.,
to Starke she spent and Kenneth of Belle Glade. Mrs.
they'requality'
because and Christmas' with relatives. in Rome, Johns also visited friends at the Cabinets $26.50
built Ga. State Farm. Single and Double Door Utility -

wear-tested. Arthur W. Swanbom AMM 1-c,
stationed at Daytona Beach, has
r been visiting his mother, Mrs. W. holidays in Jacksonville with Mr. Glass Table Lamps With Beautiful Shades
and Mrs. C. P. Tison.
R. Swanbom.Mr. .
$3.79 I and Mrs. A. E. McKinney Mr. and Mrs. William Norris

up left Wednesday for Charleston S. had as guests through the New. Maple Chests of Drawers and Vanity Benches

C., to'see their son, Pvt. A. E. Year Holidays their son-in-law
McKinney, Jr. Pvt. McKinney is and daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. C.i

Your Size and in the Medical Corps and ex- Wlllman, and their daughterinlaw YOU'CAN DO BETTER s AT
Width and i Perfect! pects to be sent overseas soon. and son Mr. and Mrs. FredA. IT'S A FACT
Fit 6ueranteedtSternberg's and daughter Delia
.
Starke Harry the Lappe latter will part return of the to Lena Dodd of Ocala. John H. Denmark Furniture Co.

week after a visit with relativesin 'Mr.: and Mrs. W. J. Overstreetand

st. LouLs, Mo. family vis 11 e d Mr. Overtreet's -
relatives PHONE 151 STARKE, FL...
Mr. and Mrs. E. W Newcombof sister and other
Orlando were week-end guests In Savannah and Corinth. Ga.,

of their Ion and daughter-in-law Sunday and Monday. This was WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITURE

Mr. and. Mrs. Gilbert S. New- his first visit to his old home

comb. .line 1926.

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t after a visit here with relativesand New Tax Rates .' . . .. . . '. . night and the service closed with the coming of Dr, 11'/', pat aaD

friends. Pvt. Griffin Is with the joining of hands and singing Monday s. !,
ServiceParade the Air Corps and is now train For WithholdingNow Lawtey of "Blest Be The Tie That Binds", with ;-A Mssan e for; nmP, 11.

, < ing at Goodfellow Field, San In EffectDon't The anouncement was made of 'rIl1s., : .. like
. ..krd to bring sew. Itne..adi Angelo, Texas. His address is: By KVKLYNE WARRENJ. ft... *
l.r..t..nd rrteni.... T..I..h of .ervlee'0"moo poIlU..I.owe .. "....'.1.... ..... .nd womrn Pvt. Nelson C. Grlffls Sea C, that . . . . . . --....
: T. . . too excited, now .
get '
i ire ao ed .0 writ Tile 1..1........ tell)q of their elltHlM.OKTS A'; '
; Goodfe How Field, San Angelo, if
New Year Is here, your
the S. Eunice A-S U. S. Navy, :
be Texas. pay check la smaller, or larger, stationed In Great Lakes, HI.,. SERVICES ,it'EVERY

. INFANTRY AWARD new assignment which of will medical . . . . . . than usual. Income was home on leave visiting his
J \ Pfc. Lonnie A. Redding, husband based on the results New rates for withholding parents Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Eunice -
I examinations and classification tax take effect upon wages
;' I, of Mrs. Minnie to Redding interview. Before Joining the Air HamptonBy and after January 1, Re- last week. SUNDAY NIGHT
paid on
i of Lawtey, has been awarded the Force in November, 1940, he was sult: A larger amount of Income Ancll Futch U. S. Army, was
Badge for Mrs M. C. Sweeney home on furlough, several days
j Combat Infantryman In engaged In farming. . . . . . . tax will be withheld from the
superior performance of duty workers i a last week visiting his parents, '
of ;
millions
j of :
j combat on the front lines of WITH "WILDCAT" DIVISION WHINER ROAST wages smaller amount will be withheld Mr. and Mrs. Silas Futch. SUNDAY SCHOOL 3 P. M.

France and Germany. He is serving Pfc. Eury F. Stokes, husband of The Intermediate Class of The from the wages of other millionsof Miss Arthurlne Blanchard of

with the 2nd Infantry Division Mrs. Catherine Stokes of Brooker, I Christian Sunday School enjoyed / wage-earners1. Miami was visiting her parents

la 21 years old and has been. has been awarded the Combat Infantryman I I \. weiner roast at the home of The Increased and decreased Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard, Everyone Invited To Come And Feel

In the service for 18 months.AT Badge for exemplary their teacher Mrs. G. P. Wads withholdings are caused by .(1) during .|the Xmas holidays. You Are A Part Of Us.

BEACHT5 conduct and skill In action against worth on Wednesday evening changes In tax exemptions; ((2)) Raymond Appleby, U. S. Navy,

MIAMI 37 whose the enemy. He Is a mem- Dec. 27. Out-door. games were the use of more precise withholding was the week-end guest of Mr.
Lonnie Forsyth,arrived, at ber of the 81st (Wildcat) DIvision played about the bon-flre. Also/ tables and ((3) graduating the I and Mrs. J. E. Warren and family .

home Is Starke has Redistribution which recently Invaded the joining in the young peoples' fun rates so that full tax Is collectedup ,
the Army Air Forces Southern Islands of the Japanese- were the dinner guests of the to about $5,000! In wages, com-
No. 2 In Miami Miss Evelyn Warren was visit-
Station
Beach for reassignment processing held Palau group 600 miles from Wadsworths, Sgt. and Mrs. J. C. pared with $2,700 under the old ing her brother-in-law and sister, Gospel Mission
the Philippines.
after serving as an auto mechanic - Wynn who were visitors here/ law. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Appleby in

during 34 months spent in RETURNS TO TEXAS over the Holidays. Some Up Some Down Jacksonville Thursday.T. 01
Assembly
the Southwest Pacific. Pvt. Nelson C. Grlffls, son of DAVID EUGENE SIMMONS The new exemptions reduce the GodJUST

After two weeks of rest and Mrs. Lola Griffis of Starke. recently Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Owen tax for persons with two or more T. BARLEY
recreation he will be sent to his returned to his i station sympathy dependents but Increase It for Funeral services for T. T. Dar- WEST OF B GATE, CAMP BLANDING
Simmons are extending
married couples and ley who died in his home Thursday -
to them on the death of their infant childless Dec. 28 held at '
those with only one depended were Long J. A. BROOKS, MINISTER
David who died
son, Eugene
Branch Mr. Is
FOR SAFETY COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE Tax exemptions have been $50 Tuesday. Darley ,
suddenly early Wednesday
very and $1,200 fora survived by his wife, Mrs. Hattie
for a single person
The funeral was held
FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR morning. : married couple, plus $350 for Darley; two sons. Jack and -
at Santa Fe Cemetery on Wed
Under the new Ralph, who are serving In the
each dependent.
afternoon, with W. A.
nesday
COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION law exemptions are $500 per per armed forces and a daughter, SEE OUR
Scott, of Starke, officiating.The Mary Celle. BEAUTIFUL LINE OF
PLEASE PHONE 147 Simmons are former reel .

dents of Hampton but have livedin son.For example, the exemption fora . . . . . . .
Jacksonville for some time, married couple will total $1,000, \

.} UNION BUS STATIONLACY and had only recently returned or $200 less than formerly. Fora Brooker '
here. taxpayer wife and one depen- \

CONWAY, Agent dent, the exemptions will total
Coatsey Rigdon spent several $1,500 (three of $500 each) com- By Joyce Atkinson .
Temple Ave. Starke, Florida days last week in Dasher, Ga. pared with a previous $1,$150. . . . . . . .

Mrs. Merle Rahme and chil However If the taxpayer has a I, s- Mr. and: Mrs. H. H. Lewis: ewWat

dren, Frankie Jean, Joann, Bud, wife and two dependents, the exemptions 'Starke were visiting Mr. and

die, Gary and Larry, are spend- total $2,000 (four per Mrs. Newn Mott and family last -
MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT ing the week with Mrs. Rahme's each) compared with week. -
sister, Mrs. Gilbert Lamoreaux of I sons__ ___at_$500_ __ L ._.... r
'lWnDaer me old iaw.Tables Mr. and :Mrs. r:. V. Williamsonof fi/J'

Melrose. More Exact Theressa were dinner .guestsof
Mrs. Wilson May and sons, Bil-
Illl ROY'SRESTAURANT 1111 Tax withholding tables are Mr. and Mrs. E. :J. Lewis and
ly and Spencer,' spent ChristmasDay
with her mother, MJrs. Min- made more exact by narrowingthe family Wednesday evening of last
brackets In the tables
nie Johns, at Green Cove Springs. wage week.Miss
earners up to Mandy Mott Is spendinga
For weekly wage
R. L. Brown, '''U. S. Navy, has
arrived home to spend some time $60 per week, $1 wage brackets week with Miss Willa Mae < i: j
will be used instead of $10 brack- demons of Palmetto.Mr. t
UNDER MANAGEMENT OF ROY JOHNSONSTEAK with his parents Mr.: and Mrs. "i .
ets. For wage-earners between and Mrs. G. B. Colson and _
Robert Brown. $60 and $100, $2 brackets will be :Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas were
Miss Madge Gay._has__returned
used. ----- vlsltlDg-I'elatlve& at Ft. White
to Jacksonville after upending! the
Sunday.
Under the old tables the same
Christmas Holidays with her par- amount has been withheld froma Miss Grace Dukes of Jackson-

ents. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Gay. $30( wage as from a $39 wage, ville was visiting Mr. and Mrs.E. (
'' Miss Virginia Lou Pickren spent :J. Lewis
r l and from a $60( pay as from $69, and family Sunday.
her Holiday vacation with friendsat and so on. (This overwithholding Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markeyand

Central Station, Ky., and has at the bottom of the bracket and' Allen Lewis spent Friday In ,
returned home after a week's under-withholding at the top of Tampa.

visit. the bracket has been 'evened up" Cpl Cha.s. H. Layfield of Val- ,
Shirley Sealey of Citra has when annual tax returns were dosta Is spending a few days f

been spending several days here made.) Under the new tables, here with relatives.Mr. .
with her mot her Mrs Linnle the withholding from $31 Is larger and Mrs. J. B. Russ and

Sealey. than from $30 and so forth. family of Orlando are spendinga
Homer Green has as his guest Take the case of Jim Smith few days here with Mr, and
CHOPS this week his con H. C. Green, married and two dependents, and Mrs. Vance Russ. !

Jr.. of the U. S. Navy. receiving wagon of $40 a week. Misses Martha Evelyn Markeyand GISLAIN'SNext

Mrs. Jessie Morgan and mother, Under the olod' a.bles, the weeklytax Betty Jo Webb. of Jacksonville -
CHICKEN Mrs. Idella Priest, are moving to deduction from .his pay has spent the week-end as guestsof .

Jacksonville this week to reside been $1.80. Under the new Mr. and Mrs. ,T. W. Markey. ,

with her son, Ernest Morgan.Theressa. tables, the weekly deduction will Mr. and Mrs Norman Johns Door To Koch Drug Store
of Lake Butler were visiting
. . . . . . be 80 cents. I II .. ., ,
Mrs. Johns' sister, Mrs. J. P. .
And When It's UpOn -
the other hand, the deduc- Roberts, Monday.E. .
.B EE R tion Is increased for Bob Jones J. Lewis spent the week-
end with his brother-in-law and
.. Miss Ida married and no dependents and
,.t 'III By Hagaa
j ;" . ,. . . . . $49 weekly wage. Under the old sister, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hun-
ter of Lake
system $4.20( has been withheld. city .
Sea 1-c Thomas Trlest of New new-system will Mrs. Rita Brown of Raiford ..'
Under the $6.10
OPEN 8 A. M. Z A. M. EACH DAY EXCEPT MONDAY
was visiting Mr. and Mrs.
York spent the week-end with be withheld.The Loy
BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER .
Mott Sunday.Yeo. :
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. new rates for withholding ,
:
Trlest and family.Mr. apply to wages'paid on and after W. C. Crosby of GreenCove "I
Sandwiches And Short Orders
and Mrs. Crosby and family January 1, 1945, regardless of Springs Is spending a few ,
visited Mr. and Mrs. R. M.Hersey when the wages were earned. Em- days with his parents.
Below Is Pfc. J. R. Motfs ad-
Sunday afternoon. to the
ployers are allowed figure l fp
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Packham withholding tax from the wage- dress. As many people ,have called -

spent Saturday afternoon with bracket tables or to make a per- for It recently:

Won Jel. (j fi Strop Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Dennison and I,centage computation on the basisof Pfc. J. R. Mott34531894Co.

family of Gainesville. the actual tax rates.It B, 7th Bn. Worried over women?
W. C. Walker of Detroit Mich., Is expected that most employers -i Welch Cobe Hospital,
spent! the Christmas holidays with will use the tables because Daytona Beach Florida. Worried over dough

MRS. BESSIE DAVIS, PROPRIETOR his wife and family. the tables are Improved Worried Hitter .
Mr. and :Mrs. Lacy Thomas of and the percentage computation At The TabernacleThe over -
Lake Geneva and Mr. and Mrs. That
Is more difficult under the new dirty so-and-so! i
WE ARE Lee Burkhart of Hampton were law. Watch Night Service at the a Worried over ?
visiting the Thomas family Sunday Tabernacle Sunday was well at- coupons

tended. Mr. and Mrs. George F. oJ', Or your income tax _

CELEBRATINGOUR Mrs. A. L. Sullivan visited In i ribbitts, Gordon L. Purdy and No matter what your worries,
Starke Saturday Miss Mae Ward were guests from
:Mr.! and Mrs. Leon Tomlinson Keystone Heights, who took partIn Forget it, pal RELAX / !

and baby and Mrs. George Ezell the service. Cpl. John Becker,
.FIRSTANNIVERSARY of Jacksonville visited Mr. and BUY MORE THAN BEFORERestaurant assistant chaplain and song leader 0
Mrs. R. M. Hersey during. the
and Pvt. John Finney organist -

Christmas holidays. of Percy Crawford :fame, And What Better Place to Relax Than at
added much to the service with

songs Pfc.and William testimonials.Myers and Cpl. I3E'$ TAVERN

u y rz Jose Totaan of Camp Blanding,
IN STARKECLEARANCE s! 3 Miss Mary Mercereau and W. B.

McKinney, violinist were heard In Bob Jones, Mgr.You're .
< 4 I duets, solos and testimonials.

I Prayer was offered just,at mid-

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*. JANUARY 5. 1945 BRADFORD COUNTY TEUEGKAPH. STARKK. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
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: ..,..., ';. 'which are not good for consumer wholesalers and retailers must be''creased demands by the armed fans Is the performance of Shirley I I[In our Sunday School at 11:00: i
use are: "Increased If a fairer distribution services for all types of motor Temple, the popular child star o'clock. We have a clans for
} T WN and FARM Red Stamps" A-8 through Z8 is to be obtained. The total transport was given as the chief of the past decade. who has now you. j
i and AS through P5. available' for 1945 Is expected to reason for the severe reduction. ) developed Into a refreshingly -W. E. Hall Pastor.
tin WARTIME 'e Blue Stamp AS through Z8 and be smaller than last year. The total authorized program amounts beautiful young lady and an ac-
i AS.through W5. Processed Foods Needs of to 186,792 light, medium, complished actresH.
;' ;',r.par.d by OFFICE OF WAR INFORMATION Sugar Stamp 30. 31, 32, 33, the armed' forces for canned light heavy and heavy heavy Critics have been unanimous In
..j and 40, along with all home can- fruits! are e x p ected to remain trucks, or 24.1 per cent of the their praise of this film and It is 81< Nil aNd
/ Ith
ODT stated requirement of 773-
Ration Reminders may use them for buying ning coupons outstanding. heavy and military procurementneeds 935 vehicles. eagerly awaited by local audi-
Housewives are urged to de- meais-faU. Grocers will con- Stamps continuing to be good and set-aside requirementsfor ences.
I troy all food ration stamps that tinue to Rive them to housewives -and those soon to be made canned vegetables from the . . . . . e Keep MBStart
declared Invalid. User good-are: 1944 pack were bigger than in
ave /been aa change for the red 10- Pine Level BaptistCome
consumers, as S5 1943. The supply now on hand Pine Level
r these stamps by Red Stamp Q5, R5 and ,
ell as acceptance of them by re- point stamp. which became good December 3. must be made' to last until the and be with ua, Sunday, Your Post.'YarPlanning 1
kllers, Is a violation of ration- Blue ration tokens, h o wever, In addition\ five more red stamps next canning season. The present By Air*. II. M. McRae Jan. 7, In a Great Fellowshipwith Now '
canned . . . . . . I
fcz regulations OPA oficlols aay. have not been good since October T5, US, V5, W5 and X5-will be- stocks 0 f commercially basket dinner at the Church.
| At the same time OPA explained 1 and, therefore, cannot be used come good on Sunday, December vegetables on December 1, 1944, There will be preaching and old Place Your Order Now For
cent of the SUNRISE SERVICEAn
about 56
red ration tokens was per
that 31. time singing throughout the en-
housewives for canned fruits and vegetables. quantity on hand for civilians 12 early service was held at The Following: Appliances:
and tire Be to be with us
ntinue good Blue Stamp X5. T3, Z3, A2 day. sure
the Pine Level Church Monday
They are no longer needed as months previous.
change' for the 10-polnt blue ra- and B2. In addition five more Meat Prospects at present morning, New Year's Day with __ ...._n_._._'_._._
blue stamps-C2. D2 E2, F2 and
:FIRST tion stamps used for proce.sedtoods du I the the congregation meeting before BENDIX
D for supplier r n g
SOLDIERS SAILORS
OF G2-will become on Monday -
SIGN good
There fine gath- ,
because point values for first three months of tills ;year daylight. was a AUTOMATIC:
Ao 'fVI these Items are set in multiples of January 1. are about 15 per cent below ering, both young and old and AND MARINES: LAUNDRYHOT
Sugar Stamp No. 34, which became after several Rev. HOME!
singing songs.
ten. the last three months. of 1941
good on November 16. An- W. E. Hall delivered
USf:66607d.J'reparglioai first, of a messageon
Ration stamps which were Invalidated other stamp will become and also the quarter
sugar "And Came Early In
as of 12:01: a. m. Tues- last year. This applies to both They POINTREFRIGERATORS
1, 1943.
good on February the Morning." The main objectof
=CilfascJr.'i day, December 26, 1 94 4, and Expiration dates have not been rationed and unratloiusl available kinds.for this meeting was to ask God ;Q..
set for the stamps that till remain Hog production
to bring our country a victory In RANGES
slaughter Is about 25 per cent
Old Sarge's PlaceSTARKE'S goOd.Oa.'IOlIneAU coupons good below a ;year ago./ that the new we might year live and closer to guide to Him us WATER HEATERS

for four gallons. Says OrA "Food rationing, In than we have before.
Fuel Oil-East and Far West 1 effect, must be placed on a pay As These Become Available -
ORIGINAL and 2 coupons good for ten gal- -you-go basis. During the next Spending the holidays with Mr. They all
We Will Fill OrdersIn
lons per unit. MidWest and few months and perhaps throughout and Mrs. David Kelly were his
South 2 and 3 coupons good for 1943, ration stamps will be son and daughter-In-law. Mr. and Order of Application ;'
LIKE EAT
A.RMY ten gallons per unit.ShoosAirplane only good on the basis of the Mrs. Berry Kelly of Plant City, to
e Stamps 1, 2, supplies that can be made avail- and Mr., and Mrs. Harold Guy. BED LAMPS
and 3 in Book Three, good In- able to civilians without upsettingthe Mrs. Guy Is Mr. Kelly's grand at the
STORE definitely.For. fairest distribution obtainable. daughter.Tom & DESK LAMPS
1 Fairer Distribution Shortages In some items such as Walker of Aucllla spent
The mounting exactions of a butter, may continue. The choice part of last week with his niece CAMPDINER
AuthorizedBy lengthened war and the failure of and variety of meats and canned Mrs. David Kelly. RADIO
past partial rationing to distribute fruits and vegetables may .con Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
The War Department fairly, available foods to all tinue to be spotty In some cities.\ R. R. Crosby Sunday were Mrs.
Americans are causes reported by But as closely as possible point Crosby's mother, Mrs. Cora Ed- SERVICE.
the Office of Price Administration values will be maintained to mondson and d a ugh ter, :Miss .
OperatedBy for tightening and increasing assure the shopper' a reasonable Patsy Edmondson of Starke, and Corner Call & Cherry
an Ex-Soldier the ration system, on foods. choice of rationed foods." :Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Regan of
Cancellation of unspent ration Farmers Can Get Lumber Jacksonville Mr.! and Mrs. J. L. WINKLER "
stamps validated prior to Decem- Farmers who need lumber for Connor of Gum Branch, and Rev.
ber 1 was done, OPA said be-' emergency maintenance and repair and Mrs. W. E. Hall and Miss Featuring the best
HEADQUARTERS cause supplies are Just not large of farm dwellings may now Mary Ella Ward. ELECTRIC
enough to permit spending both apply to the War Food Adminis- There will be a basket dinnerat Steaks ChoDS
FOR ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES 1945 ration stamps and all those tration for preference ratings in- Pine Level Church Sunday. SERVICE

NOVELTIES and JEWELRY unspent In 1944. Stamps issued sstead of to War Production Everyone la welcome. Open 9 A. M.-9 P M.
I for this past December and for Board field oflces. WPB'a Office 226 Temple Ave.
I January are to provide for current of Civilian Requirements has One of Year's Daily Except Thursdays
needs. Major facts on the transferred to WFA 15,000,900
Ben Suslow'sArmy I supply situation are: board feet of lumber from Its allotment Outstanding Films
Sugar.-The home canning ra- for the first quarter of Coming to Florida"Since
tion this year la severely tightened 1945 to provide lumber for emerg-
and coupons for no more ency maintenance and repair of You Vent Away", widely If You're looking .
Store than 700,000 tons can be bunted farm dwellings. proclaimed as one of the year's
In the 1915 eca+on, compared Fewer Trucks To He Abide moat outstanding pictures, comesto
with 1,150,000 tons last'sraaon.Thin Less than one fourth of the the Florida Theatre Sunday fora for the best
209 E. Call Street Starke, Fla. reflects an excessive use motor trucks estimated aa need- four-day run.
of 1944 supplier and the fact ed to meet essential war and civilian With a remarkable all-star cast
that 1915 will,see no more than transportation requirements which Includes Claudette Colbert,
5,400,000 tons available for civilians during 1945 will be produced and, .Jennifer Jones, Jo s e p h Cotten,
FAIL TO as against 6,100,000 In distributed to commercial operators Shirley Temple, Monty Wooley,
1' 1944. 5,700,00 In 1943 and 7> the Office of Defense Transportation Lionel Barr y m o r e and Robert NAMBURCERS?
330,000 In 1941. anounced today. The Walker, this film tells the story
\O visix Butter Civilian ere amery estimate Is based on the 1945 civilian of the war' and its effect on a
{ I stocks are at such a low level truck program' approved by typical American family. w and M ,
THE I that supplies In the hands of the War Production Board. In- Of especial Interest to movie


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Always Out .,?F for holiday gaiety time, anvw"e.e, Vou'llnd '+ KING
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delicious refreshment anm ellow Beer 01 f.lend."ip, Yy .

the golden, R
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sip better they know If It's on
dry it today. \ You can't. buy the market they'll;
"Make IIIine JAXi find It on our
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what yoU pay.e know-and this ..
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Pastor Asks Larger I f j Infantrymen Turn Blanding Range Into Logging Camp CROSBY IN IN lIRA TUB HE\:oro: ,ESTATE COUNTY decease 111). ".'Ot'N'I'\!OF,JtTvr-u.d.AHI88A V..!*"'.01'Co"-".


Church AttendanceIn -- -- NOTICE OF
,., INTENTION
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ww w.r M"n !! r < APPLICATION 11A1;
: ;:: FOR FI .r1
New Year f ' CHARGE 'vNotice
I ,
e ? n ' ( e11 Is
d +'k. t f : hereby
have filed given I that
my final
Sunday Jan. 7, opens the year ministrator ot the report '
II."U" "f"'f..I'
can determine Usa. B. Crosby deceased '
1943 and we .oL
I have filed and 1 "
whether this will be a great year. discharge and my that petition; for fl

The Bible states: "Behold I have . day of January iW, un I I ih' '
will
) to the Honorable ail"
door. B.K,
I set before thee an open ,-' County Pprr
Judge of Bradford c1.1?
this day whom ye shall '.- ,' ,: Florida,. for
j Choose ye 'f"" approval of' ?
:toI MILld
of deci- ' report and for final f I I
1 serve" This is a day > .t. lyt dlMchltrreadmlnl.tratol'

Blons. If ye decide for Christ. ". < ." ,,::1- ''" Clarl..aa. B. Crosby of the deceased estate
,
then walk ye In the way of light. < j C This 2nd day or January
Communion will be observed 1945.

Holy at both services. We are Y 1-5 4t LSIIIu'h, ?. Cro"l y
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AdmlnUtratcinct'iT
;
inviting all members and friends \ I IN COOL NT '
.,,
muni.riOUIDi -
of the church to rededicate ( C i y r tt COUNTY, IV (ill,
unto the Lord. The CE16 Y.

pastor themselves the Rev. W. J. 'Church-' M.Henry Ratta F. Ratta Defendant, Plaintiff V v, n,
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well will base his remarks upon, 2609. '

"The greatest business in all the 'S 'ORDER:ANNOTICE:>> OF PUBLIC-ATTOv TO

world." The choir will bring a l : STATE OF Ii'LOJUD.10'API'Ih'
,It,
y Rf. ,Katta .
who
in M reBlUenc,' i.
song.
message ,
special .3 Myrtle ,Avenue Albany, N.v Yo'You
A feature of the 'evening servIce are required to appear
installation of officersof February 6th, 11/411/ In the at,
will be named
Court and l
the Woman's"Society of Chris- 1 tiv* I plaintiff .seek divorce cause rtratif whir

of which Mrs W. '1i County Telegraph shall pul.lUh i
tlon Service A"E nN y'"Y fr Order In next four weckl! e\\
>
Middleton l is president. The .(. t Witness i'u,
E. A J tyxyj tti n i I I my hand and ,(fit
subject will be, "She hath done a seal at Stark, Florida' this j,
y uary 3rd 1945OFFICIAL .
great ,woik" and every member ' ( SEAL) A. J Thom

Is urged to be present and com- ir '1' As Clerk ot said Court.
T. Frank J.andrum:
9tark.. J1'lo
o mono together. < Y : r :Atty. for I'lt. 1-5 4t I
Church School meets at 10 a. ," -
; 1V CIRCUIT
: coi'itr. nntItFni
m. with a class for every age and COUNTY FLOltlUA) 1% ('HI
child should be enrolled. CK1IY.: t
every
z, Oeraldlne R. Praga, Plaintiff,
The Community Bible Story : Francis P. Fraga, Defendant C

Hour will be held Tuesday afternoon 1 A t.a No. a610. ,

If at 3 o'clock-Blble stories s..rYw ORDER OF PUBLICATION
ANn NOTICE
TO
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motion singing refreshments for STATE OF FLORIDA to: Fran
all. Intermediates are urged to While the pulpwood and lumber shortage continues to perplex P. Praga whose residence Is Ar

come also juniors and primaries. the nation, a trio of rugged lumbermen from the forests of the around Fort George Force O. Replacement Meade, Marxian No': .

Midweek prayer meeting Is held Northwest, a construction worker from New England and a big You are required to appear
February 5th, 1945, In the alx.
on Wednesday nlghta at 7:30: o'- crew of hard-working soldiers have solved the problem for named Court and cause, when

clock-the spiritual dynamo of plaintiff seek divorce ttradr
I Camp Ulandlng.
County Telegraph shall publish t II
: your life. Order In next four weekly issues
1 Let us resolve this year to be It seems' that Capt. Earl Rltzhelmer new range officer for Witness my hand and offk

I more attentive to the church and the IHTC,' started out to construct a new machine gun rangeIn uary seal at 3rd.Starke 1945.OFFICIAL ., Florida' this J;"

\ I Its program. a heavily wooded area of, the ISlanding reservation and In ( SEAL) ". A..J. Thorn
Aa Clerk of said Court.
i -W. Churchwell.. the process turned the range detail into a bustling logging camp. T., Frank Landrum, Starke, Flnr

Now while building a range, he Is also supplying the camp with Atty. .for Plf. loll tt 1STRAIT .

Gala.Party UshersIn excellent lumber.,

I New Year t
Thorn pint-sized looking men In the picture at top give a

USO-NCCS. ,Club good klea of the size of the log pile stacked up In the range by sEwrAT9'Gresfrof :: ; ''

_ rugged O. I. lumberjacks." Cat-like figure way up In the air tl it a ''f at try ......perf nrtvrnUrr,.. Ilns mnile of roe o1

Camp Blanding trainees performed It Sgt. Woodrow Shrum, old-time Oregon logger. S3.OOO ..!*. of Home*_Farm*
for* capacity attendance q. l apt Aer..,..... Buyers front all over. II 1

y I at the USO-NCCS Club In Starke, Others' In the picture are Captain Rltzhelmer: (lower right), ex- ',))3t ,S a a y nsAa rl World. Free onen listing,

where a feature of the New foreman of 'a'''big lumber camp In Idaho; Cpl., David Duncan + w I Moe' y tr E.A. STROUT REALTY AGE

Year's party ,and dance was a (upper 'right), who worked In the forest of Washington; state ,, Represented
O. I. floor show incoporatlnchoice x4
talent from all over'' the g for year*;' and'Sgt. Alfred Pearson (loner left), New England; T I 'locally by

contraction U .In of construction.
country: ' t'ngln8l"r''ho charge range P. C.. IIOLLINGSWORTI

Master 'of ceremonies, Pvt. Wm. At top 'right .officer 'look on as !some! big Florida logs run 116 S. Walnut St.

H. Munz spiked the show with through the MaW mill. In the lower picture men In the range,, ? a ,

his humor and acrobatic and llloo'" lumberyard load a truck of material destined! for use

sang Juggling popular novelties ballads Fv with{. T.'warm Smith lit the construction! of training aid. at 'amp niandlng. a r e re' T 4 ACTION' : RELIETOR

Official U. S.
appeal and Pvt. Richard Albert 8lrrnalCorps Photon. Aa".

showed great'' versatility In his d t7s. ti ,>t 'G y oN 1, '# ACID INDIGESTI01WANTEDOak
W w. v
Impersonations.Pvt. r y
.
I i"
,
Daniel Mackay: : gave and a popular as the meal was the Puerto Rico TopicOf Marriage License si Bureau. Street Roseville, Georgia. Crosby, deceased; that i have filed

medley of eongfavorites lusty vocal accompaniment that Things' catch with You are required to appear on my petition for final discharge, /
later accompanied Pvt. Mathew K. P. DiscussionAt finally up February 5, 1946, In the. above and that on the Stet -day of January *
went with the
from voluntary Casanova and he finds himself named Court and caune, wherein 1945 I will apply to .the
Farrugglo lately
songster when the men formed their own Walnut confronted by Isabel by his fiancee I plaintiff ceek divorce. Bradford Honorabl E. K, Perryman County 3
the "One Touch of Venus" Broad- St. USO
Snack Bar chorus. County Telegraph shall publish thl. Judge of Bradford County Florida,
way hit. The sighs and comments and their two pair of irate this Order In next four weekly Is for approval of said final report
The charming Cinderella of the "Puerto Rico and Puerto RI.cans" parents and -, by Monica! sues.Witness and for final discharge a* administrator ,
his renditions
following my hand and official of the estate of P. A. rOC
gave evidence of competition for regular Tuesday night dance was waa the topic of the day How he extricates himself from eal at Starke Florida, this Dec Crosby deceased.

Sinatra. Miss Ruth Fields and her Prince on Tuesday when the army wives this apparently hopeless predicament ember SO, 1944.OFFICIAL . Thl '.2nd day of January A.. D.
met for luncheon at the Walnut la told in the mirth-provok ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas 1945.
The continued with A* Clerk of said'Court.
program Pvt. Morrow
Charming was Roy Street USO. Mrs. NationalBank Hugh B. Crosby. Carpenter's Drug Stogy
Pvt. Jimmy Riddle's clever har- Al V. Byrne ing climax. L. MV Huffman, Florida 1-5 4t I-2 Administrator
who fitted the prize slippers to a native of Puerto Rico Bldg. Jacksonville Fla., Atty.
monica playing and Pvt. Munz vividlyand Anita Louise baa the role of for Pit 1-S 4t 1-26:

closed the fun with a final tri- her feet. The chic patent leather ably compared the place of Madge Ferrla,, who nearly mar-
dress sandals gave evidence of the IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORDCOUNTY
women of her native land
ries
Casanova and her
umphant' acrobatic feat and parentsare
ap- FLORIDA CHANCKIIY. -
t propriate greetings for the New comfort as well as beauty since with that of the American played by Frank Morgan and EVERY BRANCH OF

Miss Fields continued her dancingIn woman. Interesting to all was Isobel Elsom. Patricia Lawrence H. Tager Plaintiff v.
Year. Dancing and refreshment Collinge Sylvia M. Taa-er, Defendant. Case
topped off the evening. them. the custom of the husband's buy- and Edmund'Br on have the roles No. 8601./ -

Another variety show la plan- Ing a gold or sUver bracelet for of Isabel's par e n t s, and Mary ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR !

ned for Sunday night at 8 o'clock RESOLUTION his wife on ,each, wedding ann! Treen plays Monica, the chamber STATM. OF FLORIDA to: SylviaM. no

in the recreation room. BE IT RESOLVED by The versary. If a, child is born to maid who also nearly marries Taarer whose residence and ,-. urn anceH.
mailing address I I. 804 You n a-
the union the
'_I during year tiny Casanova! 'I
Board of Public Instruction of ,; Street Yp.llantl, Michigan.
Sgt. Eugene Le Grande with Bradford that flowers are engraved on the You are required to appear on
County Florida
February 2; 1948 In the above
the assistance of other O. I.'. this Board and the Members bracelet. Baptist ChurchNext named Court and cause wherein

served spaghetti by candle lightIn thereof extend appreciation of Mrs. James Lid don council the plaintiff seek divorce Bradford C. WALL $
Sunday morning pas- County Telegraph .hall publish thisthis .
true Italian a t 1 e Thursday chairman presided during the
y unselfish
four years' faithful and tor of the First Order In next four weekly Issuen. -
night of last week. Almost as service rendered our public school business session which followedthe Baptist Church. -
Starke will use as his topic Witness my hand and official
II system by our retiring Superin- program. An election was "The Personal Call of Jesus"-.an seal at Starke, Florida this January Agency
held to choose three new council 3, 194S.OFFICIAL ,
I QUICK RELIEF FROM tendent, Dr. W. E. Mid 1 d leton. ;
Invitation to'those: .
members with Mrs. Everett H. In every walk ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, .Y. .
Bymptom of Distress Arising Irons During this period our schools of life. As Clerk of said Court.L. .
I have faced many and critical Yea t man, Mrs; Forrest E. Bush, 'M. Huffman Florida National Constant Service Over, 50 Years

STOMACH ULCERSDUE problems to the solution of and Mrs. Joseph O. Kolek being i the following ordinance the of morning the Lord's sermon Sup- Hank for Pit Bldg. Jacksonville,1-6 Fla.4t, Atty.128

; f EXCESS ACID which Dr: Middleton has contributell elected. per will be ,ob erved. The Sun I'V!' CIRCUIT COI'HT IIHAIlFOIinCOUNTY. Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED
wisely and well so that The committee in charge of thin
FrBookT. 'Ho...atiiMntUut day School lesson at 0:45: will be FE.OHIDAI! CHANCE -
real progress has been made under affair was Mrs. J. G. Kolek, Mrs. the into HY..
Flight
and the
Moat Help or It Will Cost You Nothing Egypt 'Ada Rogers. Tlmmorman Plaintiff,
his administration. He has Everett Yeatman Mrs. Robert !.[. -
OT. ..r two million bottlosof the W ILLARD I promise of God "Behold I am VH. Patrick Henry Tlmmerman De
\ TRBATMKNTha: : sold for relief of earned and received the gratitude 'Hoyt, Mrs. Willis L. Whitlock and with thee and will keep thee In I fendant. Case No. 3S08.

.)'mp".ofdl ram arising from MMIUCK of our people.BE Mrs. Edgar W. Foss: all whither ORDER OF PUBLICATION ,ADSHELP
places thou
and Da.Mnd Ulven. due to 1:._.Acid- goest AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
...*, DI..I_ *... or Uet Stomach. IT FURTHER RESOLVED Genesis 28:13.: STATE OF FLORIDA to Patrick .
a........ He..,-.., (...pI..._-, that copies of this Resolution be The Henry Timmerman whose: residence
tl due to& ... Ac..... Sold on 1 5 d."e'" trial) furnished the State Superintendent "Casanova Brown"Is Training Union hour startsat In % South Carolina Power WANTED-Male or female tree taken dj,
Ask for "Wlllarer. M.s.age" fullyxpUliui 6:13: with groups for all ages Company Garage, Charleston young to work .In PX photo from Irr yard and cut Into w<4Mr
; thl.troatmest-Me.-M. of Public Instruction and the Comedy Hit the January theme being. The South Carolina. studio. Experience not necessary. .. Moltt, 505 W. Madlson-j
KOCH'S) imUQ STORE Bradford County Telegraph. Bible is You are required to appear en Wonderful opportunity .for ad
I Booked at Park God's Word about Him, February 8th. 1945 In the above vancement. Good salary Call or HELP WANTED-Dependable,*
self. At, 7:30: the regular Request named Court .and cause wherein write for appointment. White' laundress No cooking. K<
$ Matrimonial mlxups and parental I Song Period followed plaintiff seek divorce. Bradford Photo Studio. PX 28, Camp Banding card. flOOO per week Apply
by
County Telegraph shall publish this Telephone No. .178. North Church St.
counterclaims all figure prom an evangelistic message ,by the Order In next four weekly Issues IJ-M ftp

inently In the new film comedy pastor. Wednesday night 7:30 Is Witness my hand and official : FOR SALE-Ince" LOST-4 month old, brindle coled.
seal at Starke Florida, this Jan- property'on and"
half boston bull
product ion "Casanova Brown," a time in mid-week-- to pause and uary 3rd 1945. : and near Standing highway 6- cocker spaniel puppy. An.--
which stars Gary Cooper and worship with Scripture study (OFFICIALSKAL) A. J. Thomas I room cottage, two 2-room cablrflt; to name of Poopsle. Valu
J As Clerk of said Court.T. I have elect rlcity. Farm land Coniio
.
only child's
meditation. a pet.
and
Teresa Wright to be shown at song
pasture,
Frank Landrum Starke. Florida woods, bulling lot., 80 M. Alvarez Phone '4S. R.III
the Park Theatre three ,days Atty. for Flf. 1.& 4t 1-29 I acre' Owner P. O. Box: SOI, offered.
0 FOR SALE I!" CIHCVIT COVRT. BRADFORD Starke. AI. o commercial nutoracklntr _
starting Sunday COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN. IN TUB COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT machine. Work by I''
CERY. BRADFORD hand. n.g WANTED-Handy man part, ,
COUNTY FLORIDA.
After Casanova Brown 4tp
(Gary *
"
,
Aaron or regular work. Apply
Thomp.onbPlalntltl. vs. Mat- IN RE: ESTATE OF-P. A. CROSBY.
j Cooper) haa carelessly burned tie C. . deceased. LOST-Two cow, one white brand. Gift Shop.
+ THREE BED-ROOM down the mansion of his parents- No. ORDER'fF'PURLICATiON NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE ted QI,\ and one red speckled .
HOUSE IN TOWN APPLICATION FOR FINAL DIS branded LN. Notify F. J. Shaw FOR RENT-4 room hou'
in-law they get an annullment AND NOTICE TO APPEAR CHARGE. Stark. ia,2 2tp Jeff Lewis, 4H{ miles out o"Ralford
> FURNISHED 94.SOO$ of his marriage to their daughter STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mattie Notice I I. hereby given that I road. I'1

...: . TERMS, Isabel Teresa Thompson whoa rMence and have filed my final report a. ad.mlnlstrKtor HOUSE TRAILER FOR BALE at
( Wright On
) the 1
',. w" '' mailing address I.: ill Beech of the estate of P, A.It's Skip'. TraHer Camp.Brooks LOST STRAYED, OR HTOLE
'\r ':;"t\: I. ... eve of his second matrimonial Trading Poet Klngsley Lake. tf From bom OA Kln*.:le* 1 La
Po' V ,1S ,! venture Casanova learn that he SIX ROOM HOUSE 1"; :' LOST-Between Lake Geneva and shaggy dog, weight 100 po
,. BARGAIN 93500 : Is the father of a child by Isabel. Lulu on highway one small tan short tall, long ears .YI. >
t : He valise. 15.00 reward If returned den by long hair', an..J.,
:("I '. ,, TERMSTWEL.VK! : i 1 ? finds his child: at; a Chicago to M. B. Chronls. New Smyrna name Frlta. $60.00 T ,,
\t'Y maternity hospital, and learn. Beach or notify me. 12.30 Stp Information leading to rCOf
I offering It for
l\tj\
a'doption. -
t : Quality of leadership SPENCER SUPPORTS Bn., Blandlng-
$ : : Individually Camp
,ii A ROOM ;;:
; -
; S '" He won't stand for this d"sl.ned. Mr. Bertha P.arce.t III' .
.' , TOURIST HOME : seizes the infant and takes It West Madison St.. 1.h.4tp FOR SALE-40( acre. fit
$6500 TERMS: that makes from Starke 34 acres under'
i to an obscure Chicago hotel Leaders MATTRESSES of all kind. reno- tlvatlon 8 pasture; blackrollingl
where he devotes himself to the Td.i; furniture upholstered and 1 room house, m.
reflnlshed. Drop n* a. card and 4 room tenant house,
Intricacies of
baby-tend He HASTINGS MATTRESS,, CO., Koi electricity. Good barn. rt
telegraphs his fiancee to postponethe 130 Palatka. Fla. tf all around mule, cow. and-

wedding until he gets things ATLANTIC FOR 8ALK-118 electric light.; truck and also. 6r"'
Special
4
-door K-ulck farming raised j
W. T. CLUTE REALTOR under control. But things be. sedan' rood pre-war-tire Con berries, all crop wire fenced aDd \
: vS tact George C. John at Den.mark' wit|
come more com p Ucated. He MfMU&fffiare eral cross fence, :
-
Furniture Co.. or ,R. s. from ,pasture ..,
knows 'he'll Boon be discoveredand John., Lake Butler. 1.& 2tp nlng water. toshOU .

119 EAST CALL STREET STARKE the child taken away from the Leaden H mil to church. Bdsr".t".]
him, but he thinks that if he FOR SALE-One John Deer tractor elllna. too old to l look
i on rubber ,tiller edr and disk All building erected withll.
provides the little girl with a harrow Newly overhauled, last a year David I t-l
mother everything will be'all good condition. Contact R. a Rout 8, Boa UlI6"larkl.
John. Lake Butler Fla. 1-S Stp b04
right. He proposes marriage to FOK BALE-Cheap, two ?

Monica the chambermaid who I F OR SALE-Heifer calf. Just .ulte*. on* atudlo' coU oak\I Id""

accepts him and they visit the I .rra t+...-w__ s r..r. a.a.w.a.A4 errs. fresh.-W. C. Coner, Rt. 2, Box springs. Alan) one one whit.small.111'1"i 1 ysuit.

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