Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: March 2, 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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Volume ID: VID04904
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t. Anderson Describes One Who "Wasn't So Bad"



Molucca! Island, N., lit K. &I.February tally You American know by prisoners now row were bru' Official County Publication Established fn 1811 I,,1


[Bringing\ 'Em flack, Alive treated by the Japanese In the: I VOLUME SIXTY-8IiVEN: InTArtul'L. . FLOalDA. li'RID\. &Lo\RCIl 2. llN _. NIIT"".....". ......................: "
live ''Japa remaining Philippines and -' '
ie few elsewhere but
Eve on this tropical ,Is- I'm proud to say that retaliation
ground
fare scattered In ragged:?,
lie fortified* over that perimeter portion which ie It you're renews on the your side faith of humanity to know Escape Death In Strange Ace ident' Red Cross Drive

to enclose our tolerance, and kindness.
large enough "
i strips and other military In- After interrogation and treatment Auto Skids Gets Good Start ;

.. The little yellow men prisoner. are taken under t

.atllrv I n g to death because guard by air to the prisoner of
they are cut off war stockade hundreds of miles

from all outside from here. Censorship prohibitsmy Under House e ro Steinberg SaysWith

telling you the
sources of supply disposition of

and In small prisoners.A the' Red Cross War Fund .
friend<< of mine Is, chief Left On
HighwayA drive opened March t
groups or singly clerk of the Dhlslon AdjutantGeneral's Chairman officially 1,
Nat Bternberg has announced ,
they steal into personnel section
Recently -
i '- that all committees have
native gardens business was slow and house in the middle of been lined up and are ready to
trying to salvage he wearied of the hum-drum
the highway, two soldiers anda start work raising I Bradford '
k ,,roots, bananas, .routine hit upon the Idea of
County's
'getting girl and a fast-paced auto- quota of $14,200. ,
or cocoanuts. to> himself. detailed to
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mobile were the ingredients Enthusiastic groups all over the '
keep 'body and guard and deliver a Jap prisoner -
soul (it' they' to the .OW'storltade.. Monday night iq one of the county have perfected plans'to, : ,
most .r see that complete dita'!
d have one ) to- A few days later, with his pistol spectacular accidents on coverage
made.
'gether. A lap strapped to his waist, he picked record in Bradford County.' Rw A Carrying out this great

I his soul are soon parted when up the prisoner from the pro- At one time Tuesday D. G. it vj S tit l ii, .' I ,t I i ivj program that I.' on required the tremendous scale I I'

found by one of our armed vost marshal and en-planed on a Kelly had hopes that his 26x St wholehearted fin necessitates I i j f:
a n o a I
old!, or else he's captured a- C-47 going that way. Regularly 42, 40 thousand pound bunga- n from every man, woman and support child

scheduled C-47s fly dally to all low could be rolled before In the county, Mr.
.p
The hungry Japs often surd parts of this theatre. nightfall from its original location states Sternberg ..,

er voluntarily, now..,-,.n f
.actIon''uptil ;: to handcuff the Jap, Far the Pine .__ s _l.. .. ... ,., . a The chairman announced yes. f
t lilt unprecedented Level Church to its n.n """""' "' ,ii ,,,,, ,,__ terday that the ,
"proposed t
from campaign is off,
this time. Nipponese.tollers trying to escape he followed -
new site--a lot at the to a-,fine start with 14 100-con-
Ludlow cOInerof ,
officers about
are told by their : i like a "friendly ,.. r '
1' trtbutors
"torture and painful puppy. He gave Ludlow and the Thompson and Jackson : already listed In the
the : ; streets '-, .. .. .. business districtTn' "
nth" that awaits them at our other passengers on the C-47, his part of the property < t.. -''' y are: Bradford -
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x. We drop surrender,leaf.i autograph; In Japanese.. The two recently purchased by Kelly : i :h':' Hardware Louis Shafkln,

i from planesi over' en myuptad conversed slowly by virtue of a from Lester Kite. But a seriesof "' ':.)'/,> .:, :' ,,1 1'fX.1 K.Starke K. Dry Cleaners. L. A Davis,

terrain assuring safe Jap-E n g. 1 11 s h dictionary. The mishaps caused darkness "<,' :<:'<.'" Frank's Perryman Fine Food, N. Sternberg

render, food, medical attenn prisoner was 19 years old and to close in while the house, \ ;' '}> < : Freeman J. M. Alvarez
Register I J
and humane treatment. had two years in the, Universityof mounted on heavy moving 1t.,." ;",, <" ..' '.' Powell, Ed D a h O.
1 m e r, Canova
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jften starving, d 1.oouraged Yokahoma to his credit. He equipment owned by the An- t"" \ t't ',,') , Pharmacy, Florida Theatre and
ps come Into our lines wav- was harp as a tack his clothes nis Construction Co., of Gainesville li"" t :'-.' .. Fred F. Stump.

If a leaflet, to surrender, fear- were ragged and he, needed a was just inside city limits, p. r--:.. ', Chairmen for the downtown dIstrict
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worst but hoping (orlo haircut, otherwise he was a good ' -
If the directly in front of the Edward ... r 1 n elude Fred Guy, Louis
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bent looking soldier," Ludlow said. "He Burns home on West Madison St. ""aw""w"* IrrWSer, '", !trtie! "" Shafkln, C. H. Nasworthy W. N.
Recently on the perimeter three was so' friendly I almost hatedto Cars arnaalon and A. J. Thomas.
124th leave him when arrived at Block Road
faces of the Infantry we The residential
Trouble district will be
Se manning a pill box, vigl- the POW camp." with the truck that In charge of Mrs. Junius Smith.

|tly on watch through the front They grounded at a large sea. was pulling the house and the i I Working closely with Mrs Smith

Some leaves and trash sud- air base ant Ludlow made the fact that the street ahead was will be Mrs Ann Beattle who has

(ily sifted down Into the in- short; trip to the camp by blocked with parked automobiles charge of the drive for wives of

lot through the rear, entrance truck turned the prisoner over belonging to amusementloversattending servicemen., Mrs.. E. W Fales,
'king around, the Ola saw an to authorities got a receipt for a Silas Green tent show | wife of General Fales Camp

related Jap, waving a sur- him, and returned to the base, caused Fred D. Beasley Jr, fore- Blanding IRTC commander M

der leaflet faster than the to awaIt transportation back man in charge of the moving apparatus urging participation In the, drive.In .

irlv- -ladles- fan on a hot -morn- here. He waited three days; to call. a halt and ask each of the, drives since J942

i in church, wearing 'a wor- Fortunately he ran Into some City authorities for permission toleave the wives of servicemen,, have given
I, toothy grin. They calmlyk frlt'ndltho wIned and dined '
the house in the street until valuable assl stance, Mr.
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him in, .but :couldn't figure him royally during the layoter. morning. Although recognizing pnyy Sternberg stated but heretofore

how he got by1' them and a- There were WACs there. Lud a hazardous situation, in viewof a r the funds have all been turned :
bnd to the,rear of'the pill\ box low stopped at a lister ,bag while the fact that the house com- x "',9t file in together. This year howeverthe

pose hfa 4nteoUonaaedy &:;, .PJ9..l1\9!. 1-! base. afoot, pletelyblocked families of the servicemen ?
luring th "
fienade, had been ,belligerent? his second' afterndorv,., to hljijjwajvcausing A
traffic to turh off' ;onto .wUklkr.r. ; .. .jW'thatt... groupe.and. : ..r y I!
I One starving, frightened Jap .cyafr.-- -a -rlvlntr. ..... f\f-. furies..---.*. *-VH0t.,-. A- VO--- uie- amount1- - or- tneir contribution- "
rinoner was overcome with ingnothing handy, to drink out the road shoulder in order to These pictures tell the storyof will be turned In separately. Mrs.

[notion when he was kindly of, he entered a nearby office*and pass, this request was granted Bradford County's most r- Smith has detailed plans for com I pl Ii

"ruled, fed, and given medical asked the WAC behind ,the desk on condition that warning flaresbe bizarre auto accident. plete coveiage of the residential .

tvntlon It was all so con- to get him something to drink placed at both ends of the Top scene! shows wrecker section using the block ,system.
try to his expectations. lie from. She cheerily replied that house and that approaching traffic pulling 'the car out after tk; Mora than 100 solicitors will f I Iii

companiono she would, got up, went to a be flagged! and warned of the house had been jacked up cover the residential section. Mrs.

cabinet In the corner and came danger. These conditions were several feet early Tuesday I..ella Mundy, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, t

II'\\" the truth, and lie aocomnl back with a new Dixie cup. "Here complied with according to a morning. Mra. Mina Grady, and Mrs. Paul. ,

(Hl a patrol to the spot, you are." That's when Ludlow statement yesterday by Mayor Night photograph 'a b o v e 5ea >,ta o, ..es ine Torode will head up the various \
flutf'd the good news to buds first noticed the WAC was a Charles A. Darby. and at right were taken by P. residential sections. n
M. ho s u r r entered also. Major. "I left In such a hurry J. Ruby and show front and Mrs. W R. Morse has worked
Top Crushed Tn
ost Nip prisoners must be that I even forgot to salute," In rear views of the auto an It out plans with the Chairmen of
iptured, are hard prowl, ar- Ludlow repot'ts. It's not cus- spite of precautions,' however way wedged under the middle . the outlying sections and meetIngs -

f Kant, and seem to care little tomary for warrant officers to at 10:30: p. m. a 1941 maroon of the house and trailer have been arranged for the

licther. they live or. die. ask majors to bring them a cup. Packard sedan skidded headlongInto moving equipment. One of workers In every section. Miss i I
the heavy ".....railroad rails Bess Spanner, who served '
the rear end of the moving overseas :
supporting the house! wa with the Red Cross In World I

SO Officials To Be Here/Monday equipment, crashed through the twisted by the Impact of the i War I, Is chairman of the speakers
giant rear axel of the :jtrailer and skidding auto. bureau. Speakers have been i

) ,., finally( 'came to rest midway sent to every section of the coun- .

With Citizens under the house., The three oc- : Attomey..EmployedTo ty when requested It la Miss I
r Important Meeting > Spanner's hope that every
person
cucants. of the car.: T-5,,Earl c.1
- - -- -- I Collect City'sPaving in the County will be given Ian
Rice, Co. D, 213th Bn., Camp opportunity to learn of the /.
Ugh officials of the four agen- Ing officials at 3:30: o'clock Mon- Blanding; T-5 Theron W. Hutch- Liens, magnitude and Importance of the 'r.I

i now operating USO Clubs In day afternoon., He urges all memo erson, Co. A, 198th Bn.; and Mrs. s work carried on, by the Red
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rke will be here Monday to hers to be present. Betty Eatwell, now of Starke Although the special meetingof Cross '
:usa matters of; Vital Among officials expected to be the City Council was held i
imports (home address Norman, Qkla.. The colored people l of the t .
e concerning lI e'i'operation of present are:' W.' ,Po Buckwalter, miraculously escaped with their Tuesday night, as, announced the County have organized under the :

local units. J regional executive USO. State of lives although the steel top of matter of changing Starke' form .I..a..r."I.----.-....,. -_-., .on..., "'." ..Yft'........'._.._ _"IV'__'" I
k. luncheon for the visitors and Florida: Russell Rymer, southern of fellllUr of the R.J.E.
to the
I the car was crushed Ul like a government city manager School In
mbers of the Starke USO regional supervisor of YMCA: Leo i match box. type was not brought up First Waste Starke, and Mr. Sternberg states
mcll will be held at noon :Mon- Welsenfluh, supervisor of YMCA. and it is considered that this proposal : Paper Collection Set For that the colored people In each t

irf the Temple & Washington State of Florida; Harry Herbert Most seriously Injured was Rice, Is definitely dead as the section will be given full credit
unit. Southern regional supervisorJWB who was driving the car. He was result for their
of efforts.
public disapproval that
P. Hlgginbotham, director of ; Miss Margaret Best; south- carried in an ambulance to the followed the suggestion. Members ; March 8th In South Part of Town Chairmen for outlying districtsare

trsO-YMCA-JWB. has an- ern reg 1 o n a 1 representativeYWCA. Camp Blanding hospital where It of the council now : Lawtey, Louis 11111 Brooker

need that members of the. Op- The NOGS will also havea was later announced that his in- studying the charter, however are to I ......ev"____" .n... ......_.._...i_. lUIlpwn u___;.__, '_i'. V._,

'ting Committee of this Club ;I representative, aa yet unan luries would not be 'fatal. Mrs. determine If any >revision is de- ,I The Rev. Grover ,Alison, who ory. If you desire to take your Chastaln; Graham F. F. ,Abernathy I'I
asked to meet With the visit nounced. Eatwell. who has been 'an em- sirable In view of changing conditions recently accepted chairmanship of paper there it will facilitate col ; Vanderbilt, Frank Nor.

ploye of the HI Hat Tavern, and I in Starke.. the waste paper collection In lection. man; New River, S. L. Crews;
: received minor Starke yesterday Issued the following "Please follow these Theressa, Miss Ida l
IN STARKE Hutcherson only Following meeting 'It was simple Instructions Pagan: Rising
NEXT WEEK
statement relative to this
cuts and bruises. announced( that I the council Is : Bundles of convenientsize Mrs. Mable Galloway; Sampson t'
"going to'bat" with who program: should be made after separating City Mrs. Dugger Jones.
March 5 Says Auto Speeding! . persons
. Monday, Foreman' Beasley stated that he are still delinquent with personal I "Your cooperation Is desired the 'n e w papers, cardboard Mr, Sternberg is asking that
USO Council ;meetin 'atid luncheon. Temple & Washington the car with .lighted' taxes and paving HensO The col- 'and most necessary if we are to and magazines. Each of full and generous cooperation be

sta. Club, 12 noon.. lantern nagged about. 50 from the laettaft of liens has already been meet the critical. 'need' for wastepaper these three divisions should be given to these solicitors who are t

Meeting of Operating Committee, USO-YMCA-JWB, paces at, least 60 placed In the hands of an attor- : : kept separate T!ie bundles giving their time and effort. It
Temple & Washington Sts. Club, 3:30 p. m. house. It was going "The Boy Scouts of Starke have should be of 'convenient!> 'so Is difficult to make return visits

ethodist Circle Meetings J No. 1 with Mrs. L. A. Davis, miles an hour, he statedand, :ney.City Clerk Carl ,Johns stated undertaken the paper 'COllection that one man could easily handle and it Is the plan that "every person
Middleton marks on the pavement Indicated as a regular project and with the them, and should be tied both be given a chance to contrLbute. ,-*
E. that
all
3:30'p.: m. No. 2; With Mrs.' W. property owners In the
: that the automobile skidded at .
splendid cooperation of the city ways. Place your paper on the ,
3:30p-n.: city must file a return on theirpersonal :
least 7 9 paces before training facilities and your help ,this pro I curb the morning of the pick-up The metal tab Signifying a con- y
3oy 7:30 property assessment before
Scout meetings: Troop 70, Episcopal rectory, headlong under the house. gram will be a success."The in. your district." tribution to the 1945 War'Fund ,b
n. m Tnvrm 110 iLr.t4.kns4. . ia,.+., .fcvroa_.. f..Inn. rnrtm.. 7:30. April 1. This vear.' for the Campaign
r'y. .-...'.r.,' '.. .u -- - ---- -- The owner of.the car, 6. Sgt. I first time, the city will have the same plan of collection Mr. Sternberg states,
p. m. V Co: D will be used that has been used Methodists Exceed will be In a way like the ...rvlceman's
( Fred R. Schel, 213th wasto same assessments as the state ;
pecial Meeting Bradford. 'Lodge No. 35 Fr: .&I;A. M. Starke Tuesday to Inspect his and county. I In the past. The town will be I Crusade campaign 'fear maanlng I i M

8:00: p. KL, in tall. .. '1 ".' lots and stated that he loaned divided Into two soms. One week QuotaThe participation' in America's greatest .i

Tuesday, March 6 the car to Rice to "go to the Bible School. Hour south the city of truck Call will St.. pick and up the paper next I Starke Methodist Church her struggle Ideals and for the maintenance principles of of

ed Cross Luncheon.''Temple ,&;''("Washington Sts. USO, how". The Packard bearing a'' week the truck will pick north has contributed ,U.123.94 to the her democracy. i
Forty-nine children and up I2S.OOO.OOO: Crusade
12:30.: Yew York license, was In cxcel- seven for Christ
V* ''ent condition and had been driven adults attended the Tuesday afternoon of Call St.'Thuraday fund, now being raised through.
Wednesday March 7 less than 20.000 miles Schel, illustrated Bible School of each week is the out Methodism for post-war relief Raiford Baptist

.oUry 12:15. who had just returned to the session at the Methodist' Church. day set aside for collection and 'and reconstruction in war-
Club luncheon Methodist'recreation room, night March
Friday 2, at 8
the first collection will be made : }
J-U.C. States from overseas. service< o'clock
4p. m. the Raiford
meeting, Mrs. Junius Smith hostess, kept It In storage during his the end of the ,current school Thursday. March 8, in the south tributed here exceeded by 50 percent Baptist
Junior building Church will have
Woman's Club ,meeting. Woman's Club' absence. Following the accidenthe term. half of town., Thursday, March the |1400 quota that was as its gueststhe
McKinley Musical ; i
8 p. m. was offered $150 for it as 15. collections will be made northof assigned, to Starke. Messengersof :
Morristown, Tenn. They will
; 8 junk.After PresbyterianThe Call St. "Our people have responded present a program at the Raiford
ed Cross Production Royomsaopen. at Legion Home, a hurried repair job on The Boy Scouts will assist In enthusiastically to the appeal fora elementary school Friday after
2p.m.to5p.m. the moving equipment Tuesday Rev. J. I* West of West the collection and the Girl Scouts practical demonstration of noon.

morning, the house once more be- Virginia will conduct services at will prepare. :Jh paper for shipment Christian love and mercy," the The pastor, Rev. William Wilson '
L, Friday, March ,9NMscopal gan to roll and reached Its new the Starke Presbyterian Church to J a c ksonville. Storage Rev. W. J. Churchwell, pastor of extends an Invitation to the

Auxiliary meeting Rectory, 8 p. m. location about 4 o'clock Tuesday for the next two Sundays at 11 space for waste paper will be In I the Church stated In announcing public to attend this musical pro ? v

Camber of Commercemeeting(, courthouse, 8 p. m. afternoon. a. m. the north front hall of the arm- success of the campaign. gram. r 1,



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+i BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAUKg.!:, FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH .....
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NOTICH" OF APPLICATION Fowler whose address Is Lon tR Elisabeth Anderson whose
FOR TAX I>KKISraat Beach, California.You dance in 1100 lUyward Culump
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ( Bill Ne. lax are required to appear onMarch South Carolina. ,
NOTICE! IS HEIIKBY GIVEN. 12th., 1141 In the above You are to
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: ( That LydIa Collins, and Oentlemon named Court and cause, whereinplaintiff March 19th.required !In appear <
:': 'IJ Established 1877E. Smart Collins holder of Tax Certificate seeks' divorce and Custodyof named Court and .the Wb.o
No. 387. Issued the 2nd., Children. Bradford County plaintiff seeks dlvor"e.
_______ Editor and OWber shall publish this OrderIn nratCounty
j, L. Matthews ._ day of September A. D. 1940, has Telegraph Telegraph shall '
"r'j:" filed name In my office. and has next four weeklyIssues.Witness Order In next four weekly publish "
hand official seal "
made application tax deedto my and Witness my hand ""'
,j> Published) Wwkly on Fridays sad Entered a* Second Claim Matter be Issued thereon. Snid'certl- at Starke, Florida, this Jl'eb..uaryhfoJI' seal at Starke. Florida thuicl, I
i tlJAte embrace the following described : 1946. ruary 9th.. 1843. eIW
: at the Powt Offlo at Starke. Florida. property In the County of ( L SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
'IF Bradford.-State of Florida to-wIt: As Clerk of said Court. i (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thor
K. K. Perryman, Starke, Flo..ldaAtty. A. Clerk ot said Court.
of NW of
4 A Com at NW Cor %
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1" INSPIRING to note ..... A S 420 ft. E 630 ft N 110 for Plf. JI4t -J. T. Frank Landrum, Starke. Fiori,
1"Public Should Respond IT IS r ;;;:; I "1 -, """.... NEV4 : run : Atty. for I'U,
ft. W 420 ft. N 110 ft. W 110 ft. to 2-18 4t I
.that teachers take NOTICE. ) TO CREDITORS
many bra: Section. 6, Township 1 South
To Teacher-Plea an interest "beyond the When you're talking about the tlrely .U to deal In produce Range tt East containing. 4 Acre. All persona havIng claims or demands COUNTY CIRCUIT rtOBI COt'MT. IIRAprOe
against the estate of Vida )*/ 1"4
money that's to be made in the run a turpentine camp or sell more or less. I CERT. l1I",
For Children's Books call of duty" in the boys The assessment of the aid property V. Morgan, deceased are hereby
L fruit and produce business and groceries. In either cane It's under the said certificate Issued i notified and to file theirclaims Lillian Thomas Jenkins, Plalour
and girls placed in their you tell the truth about who cheat or be cheated and who, was In the name of unknown. In the office of the CountyJudge va. Ralph R, J.nkln. Defnde,
1 of Bradford County,-FlorIda, Case No. 8UI.
care. the a stranger I Mk, Is going to stand by and Unless said certificate shall be
really gets profits redeemed according to law the In the Courthouse at Starke, Florida ORDER OF PUBLrCA"l
A laudable project recently undertaken by a small always thinks you showed poor let himself be cheated property described therein will be within eight calendar. month. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
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is sold to the highest bidder at the from the date of the first publication STATE OF
instructors at B.II.S. FLORIDA
group of elementary grade
Therefore I to
business Judgment. : ,
Now I'm not talking about Mr. courthouse door on the first Monday of this notice, or the same Ralph R. Jenkins, whose P
the establishment of a library for those uptonow.neglected tell about the timesI will become void according to law. realden
usually just Jim Moore, understand. 6e'sjust In the month of April 194ft. Is. A. S. N. 11128813. Div Rea ,
younger readers. The high school library made a profit and forget the you which la the 2nd., day of April, This February 21, 1948. A. P. O. 452 J '". Postmaster Nt C
and -can't 1946 GARY ENNI3, York New xo..k.You .
i''I': t while nothing: elaborate is described as "adequate". times that I didn't. Take for Instance naturally straight beenIn Dated. this 19th day of February, Executor of the Last Will and are required to
it. However he's
But good books for the lower grades are practically the time that Scott and I help never 1945. Testament of Vida V. Morgan, de- March 19th., 1945 In the appear ,,
Ibo
the turpentine producing business (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. THomaB ceased. named Court
and
non-existent. From time to time each room buys a made a little clean-up back In the like I have and had to cuss Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford I Knight &: Knight plaintiff .*eka divorce c.u.bor and ,,
days when we were two-bit pro- County Florida 2-S3 4t 3-161|I Atty ;or Executor. Z-21 4t a-1E tlon of maiden renor,
few volumes with class funds, but these serve only to dealers the and tell lies all day long to get County Telegraph shall name. Brmir!
whet the appetites of the book-hungry youngsters and duce representing your work done'at a price that IN CIRCriT COURT. BRADFORD I!.if CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD Order In next four publlnh i tfc,
weekly |la,0,
a New York houses of Jill Brothersand COUNTY! FLORIDAIN CIIANCKHY COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHANCBJRY. ; -
always the cry is for "More I More 1" 'I would let you live and buy your Witness my hand and offir
Deyo Brothers, respectively seal at "Htarke. Florida, .
Earnest. S. Fowler, Plaintiff, vs. Jeff T. Anderson Plaintiff, vs. this p.ruary '
Angelo Patri the child psychologist says: "Read- Tax Collector Carl Knight baby a new pair of shoes occasionally. Jessie Fowler, Defendant. Case No. Sarah Elisabeth Anderson, Defen. 12th., 194. -
ing is as necessary as speech. Reading* stimulates had notified mo that my real I'm mighty glad thatI SID8.ORDER dant. Case No. J580. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. :J. Thorn'
As Clerk of said Court.T. .
reformed In time and started to OF PUBLICATIONAND ORDER OF PUBLICATION
thinking and thinking must underlie all speech. Good estate would 'go on the auction NOTICE TO APPEAR AND NOT1CJO TO APPEAR Frank Landrum Stark Florid
reading puts quality into thought and speech. The block If I didn't pay up at once WOrk at Camp,_Blanding. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Jessie STATE OF FLORIDA to: Sarah Atty. for Plf. 2.18 4t j

books children read are highly important in their effect and there I was, bunted a* ,a

,r I on character, thought and behaviour. They. be- he-liant In torment on pay-day

come the background or personality of their readers. although Deyo owned me quite

r A good book becomes part of the spiritual inheritanceof a bit in commissions. I calledup Let's all refresh. . Have a Coca-Cola
friend Knight and told him
its reader always.
I'd send a check the next day
In many homes throughout Bradford County are then wired Deyo asking themto

hundreds of children's books which are no longer in advance me $300 against my

use. It is a shame to let these books lie idle when credits on commission accounts. AL I/e wle

they could be adding greatly to the happiness of some They wired back saying they'd I

; child and contributing to his character foundation.If rather not advance anything lien rot 131 I kNi

you have such books in your home won't you see until shipping season was over

,, that they are put: back into circulation? Simply tele- i but advising me to buy,,'and

!' phone the school ((125)) and the books'will be called ship heavy as there seemed to
be a day .or so when the late
1 for and placed in the new library for the intermediate
frosts would put a blank In
grades.
North Carolina's shipment 1 Ir

1' Scott wanted to trade flivvers
Red Cross Offers O NOTHING IN LIFE is and I wanted to keep theV sheriff
I
5* An Opportunity more difficult for peace- away from the door ao we put n '

loving people to-ti.bear our heads together, bought berries y -
For All To Help than war with all its all day long at an average r-

4 grim horror, its unending price of 13.50 per bushel crate. v- i I -

trail of sorrow its disruption of homes and its utter That evening we wired our houses -

l waste of life and property. Yet the people of'this'' na- saying: "Seven cars rolling.

;' ,,. tion are in the third year of the world's most horrible You get 106 con signed. 1042
war. bought avera gin 1 g $4.50 each,

N; Each day more blue stars in service flags turn to i placed drafting drafts to cover.in the" Then bank we for both collection TA L\ 1

"I gold as this son that brother that father
or falls on ''
each of
giving us $1042 r _
a distant and unknown battle-field.
Each
day hundreds in profits to start with.

: or thousands of men are carried back to hospitals Scott went ahead and traded .

with grevious wounds. Each is a member of cars. and I paid the tax collec- _' fl? :. '\ 1 14t

some American family. Thousands, yes millions, of tor. Then Monday when we

l American men in uniform are tired beyond: belief of received our wires on the sales, //flT//

J M battle and homesick for home and family. Yet they Scott figured he'd made an additional _

know they must keep on. 936 and I figured an-

1 r There is no one of us but would give everything other 912\ profit after each of

r, to lighten the burden of sorrowing families who have us had stuck the house for

hp, lost their men, or calm the fears of those whose men IIIM! :!. Scott figured that the

C ; h have been wounded. We would house thought we should have or being the
give all we could to . friendly along
...ease the pain of the.injured, or still the home ness a little profit for our days work wayThe
IC
and, thinking that the b4rre. ( ''
: !'
In those who '
must fight on. had coat $4.50 per crate, they I' spirit of camaraderie of the bp a road is summed up in the three
Today'as the
American
: Red Cross opens its campaign reported' the sales
'l 't' for funds, we can do our share in lightening the We had figured that accordingly.they were words Have a Coke. At stops, everyone steps up to the familiar red cooler j /

!4 burden of sorrow in calming the .fears and in easing going to cheat us anyway and for the friendly refreshment of ice-cold Coca-Cola. America's streets and
k the pain of the wounded. put In our bill first. Anyway,

j The American lied Cross was created just for that Jill owed Scott and Deyo owed highway are'dotted with such places that invite you to pause and refresh '_

i $! 'ft purpose and through its channels of Mercy we can do me, so It was our money we
!,', most for those who need our help. were risking. >V* were both with a Coke.Wherever,you go, Coca-Cola Stands for the pause that refreshesa >

: The Red Cross is at the front keeping alive the willing to take a little Ions Just symbol of friendly refreshment.

atmosphere of home for the men who are fighting to get our fingers on some You naturally hear Coca-Cola
;
"rl'\' \ the Red Cross is in the hospitals cheering the wounded ready cash, and we wore both OTUED UNDER AUTHORITY Of THe COCA-COLA COMPANY It i called by ita friendly abbreviation
more than a little surprisedwhen \"Coke".Ptth the prod-
and mean quality
I r sending messages: home to anxious and fearful I
we made good, Instead of COCA-COLA act of The Coca-Cola Company.
; relatives;_the Red Cross is sending- blood DlaAma and lonlnar. STARKE, BOTTLING CO

surgical dressings to s ave the live of
:} American I If you ask me, there are just .O 14S The C-C Co..
youth ; the Red Cross is here
at
home to aid and. assist two kinds of produce dealers-
n families in distress.
1 i crooked and straight. The
r' This is Your Red Cross and through it you cant staright ones are six foot under

?liir do your share in human kindness and blunt somewhat and the crooked ones are still In

the horror that is War. business I like to think that

j /Y it, I'm kind of in-between althoughI

0 As American casualties mount .on all fighling should probably be classified as
i "badly bent". Nothing pleasesme
the
r fronts need for nurses becomes
more and
more better than to out-crook a
acute. No girl can better serve her country than to crooked produce dealer, which I

become a U.S. Cadet Nurse. Inquire at your local Red can't do all the time, no matter SVpER /
zir
Cross or Hospital for full'information.I how hard I try. STORES
"pl
j1'; CIRCUIT' COURT HIIADFORD In my candid opinion, the ,
,? March 19th., 1943, In the above 3 ,
\ Q e
\. COUNTY.
1"1.0111"1 IN
,' CKHV. CHAN named Court and cause wherein surest way to miss Heaven en-
\ I't Claude Carter, plaintiff Reeks dlvorra. Bradford
'''flf.I Tiling Carter plaintiff Defendant.vit. Case Ar- County Telegraph shall publish thin i:* rincDiT cot:nT. DIIAOFOIU ramie
Order
In
t No. 3596. next four weekly Issues.Wltne COUNTY' FLOH11HI IK CHAM
'' "H ham ('IUt Y. '
\I' ORDER OF my and official!
I r }! r AND NOTICR]PUBLICATION TO APl'MAHSTATH eat at Htarke. Florida, this Feb Thomas McCabe Plaintiff, vs. -
';' 14th., Rllsabeth
:., i ruary 145. Schaefer McCabe Defen
"' Of FLORIDA .to: Ar (OFFICIAL SHAM' ) A.t.: Thomas. dant. Casa. No. 19U.
; veslne Carter whose residence andeddrer
.. Aa Clerk of said Court. OKDEU OF PUBLICATION
In %, Mrs. Tlielma Hern- AND NOTICR TO APPEAR
.IiOI'I": I ball, 3877 Gordon Oak., Krunawlck Wm. D. Morgan. Fifth Floor Clark STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs
'; .orsla., Bid*. Jacksonville, Florida Atty. Schaefer %

I';'' .a You :.re 1 retired ,, to appear on I fo.. Plf. 1-18'' 4t J-. .ii II...._:.:lb"'I'm....:..._.._......_.. .(...,'..,....._ tCtleSt.&.u.":'').'',_"8_, N"W... -

iJ York.
e ,
o'
' You are required to appear on
,.1 WE" CAN USE MORE PULPWOOD named March Court 18th.. 145.and cause In the wherein above

> I "' ..,., "'"'WRITE TIMBER plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
DEPARTMENT C'ounty Telegraph. shall publish this Northern Cottage
, ;;!::1'' *"'<41' CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA Order In next four weekly lusues.. !9
tvs "* Witness my hand and official Cheese. Big Sale ;
,, ii.,. ,; .v FERNANDINA FLA. seat at 14th.Starke, IMS.Florida, thin' February Days Bleach

(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J: Thomas,
As Clerk of said Court. Ib 19c 2 19c
Walter C. Hardest, Daytona Beach Thurs. March 1 thru 'Sat., March 10 Qt
IY Fla. Atty. for Pit 1.18 4t a.. -

." FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE I.I: CIRCUIT COURT-! BRADFORD Go. Picnic Meat & Produce Prices Good Thru ,Sat,.March 3rd Only None' Higher

( FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES COfMTV.CPlR Y. PLOHlDAl IN CHAM.: Hams Quantity Rights Reserved LettuceEducator

Walter Liechtenstein, Plaintiff vs.

: FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION No.Mabl 369 Ltchtensteln.$. Defendant. Case Ib .2Jc hd
ORDER OF 12 PAGE PRICE 7V2c
h .. PLEASE PHONE 147 AND NOTICE PUBLICATION TO APPBAK .LIST

STATE! OF FLORIDA to: Mable Gibbs Pork & .

.. Llchtensteln.1 Marietta St.whose. East residence Brunswick Is Contains Hundreds of Anniversary''
ffl Beans Bargains
UNION BUS STATION Township Box
8
South
River, New Cookies
Jersey.. Available At Store If .You Didn't Get One .

s Mt LACY CONWAY Agent March You U.are 1845.required In the to above appear named on 6 cans 45 c
? Court and cause wherein plaintiff 3Pkgs25C
Every Item Advertised'Strictly
i/ Ave. seeks divorce.
/ I Temple Starke, Floridat't Bradford County
Telegraph
shall
publish this Order
In next four weekly luu... Kinjjan's; On A While-It-Lasts None
Basis
HigherCarrots
Witness my hand and official _

.: rtr seal at 11,Starke 11145. Florida, this February Lamb COME EARLY!

(OFFICIAL SISAL) A.t.: Thomas,
_ Prompt Service Careful Drivers As Clerk of said Court. While If Lasts
J. S. Harrison 105 Law Exchange Vac. Packed Coffee- bch 5c
Bide. ((2-lb
Limit
Jacksonville Florida. Atty. )

STARKE TAXI SERVICEand for Pit. 1.18 4t 1.9G4aui U. S., 1 MainePotatoes Del Monte Pound 25c Doi:7


Ex. Fancy Blue Rose Cheese10lbs49c



': MACK'S TAXI SERVICE '?,14, Lich Do it younelf sit Wa ooAtatirut ftt bom F.*r* ,-, Il IlhowstyUhows Race 4 Pounds 29c: Ib 35c

Holuuoo.
& ,esrbnn mj Just A Few of
Phone wav jt. Rftta. the Sensational
150 l..s Q:I cnvM-Kurt Monry, !urn K4 !mturnc *-/-. Specials-Come Early Folks!

Day f Night Koch Drug Store




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I B. H. S. JOURNAL *,* * ,* '* * i I I *;' ''J\\j,:,



ft Green '
I EdlWr-01eeta Bobby Turner HONOR ROLL I

\ is nlTr BlopaphlLon ,
e Colley 12th Grade' Ask -
I crews and-Frances- General Eisenhower

I Society News Garnlta,, Hutt Frances Dorothy Barnes
I and Barbara Ken Oolley
I nlogrsphles.Dorothycrosby C. W.. Colson
T('acner :
1 and Marie Edwards Audrey Crews .

Idas* New*-.Alien* Kt'llIeySpt'Cla1 Dorothy Crosby "

I 1 and Betty Fl'atureMIII'IOil Hazel GreenEDITORIAL Johns Berta Marie Lee Edwards George what RED


-- Stella Oleeta Barbara Mae Green Horne Hayes '. : : Tour CROSS is doing


I The ever present habit of be- Garnita Hutto rn "
of the most Marian Johns .
courteous Is one
Suable traits that a person canassess. Ida Mae Johnson "" :'; "'i, ;Q..J .,jl '."

We young people,have a Barbara Keen ; :k.'. ",'''',: ', ., .'d for "

tiling for forgetting to be court Allen Kelley, our Fieghti.ng Men '
,
Bus. We do not Intend to be er Ustace Kelley

t sometimes we are withoutInking Louise Parrish
about it. True we rect Pansy Reddish

,. our elders and remember Catherine Revels
her things but are we exactly 'Bertice Rosier
(ughtful of the feelings of our Clarice Rosier ,
|
Blow young\ people? Do we atlys Mary Ella Ward
have their feelings in our Mary Ellen Wasdin

End when we make ,some re- 11th Grade
I Io
|irk that Is not at all nice? Beatrice Barnes '

member It hurts you as well: Lila Rae Caldwell firta. .' A t ; 4 INER AL"JJE" knowshiswounded
other Luella Davis : ,' ( -better tlJ3n
the person s
Madeline Green 1R r k r? .i led Cross Blood:; PL sGm.a'.Joes are saved anybod from el se-ow man I, "
r.\RKE BOWS OUT IN SECOND Dorothy Mott .= ath by
fi e.sa'\1ng
ROUND OF SIWAN-) Myrtle Thomas loves knows bow a youngsoldier
Charles Thornton ones-or bad worries when i,
there's
CONFERENCEJThe :
NEE Gloria Cooper e Cross lome news- JOW b15 ho news fmm'
Service : spirits rise
{
Tornadoe squad, after tak- Hazel Fields \ q sSlIIge when a special
says ,
; General'oIke''
everytbing is
,g the measure of Hawthorne Anlce Green perilousmissi0n k nows t h e W a bo b. O.K. at home. t
19, went down In defeat to Betty Hayes 3y : oortbeco m g crew b ack safe
en ton in the quarter finals of Betty Jean HIatt { >{ ,,\\yr n, serve!Ifs knows how the Red eeanddoug nuts t .e Red from a ,
Suwannee Conference.The Margaret Monteith ax ,:. d n'g ht_ Cross is aluayr J'
tomak on t" t
,, :
; 4 j odayan b
ore was tied up at 4.4 and 12- Mary Lee Overstreet 4 4 ; lek-back home In the G.I.Joe.s life a Jitde mor athtbo/ont

for( the first quarter and half, Seletta Spatks v '. And this .S.A. a Uk;e, a ",
t In the third period the Tren- Betty Turner : : JS what! General '
combine pulled ahead 19-19: Bobby Turner '

Jd never lost that le&4' nosing( Mkrgarlte Wainwright CrossM t J
it the locals 10-21. For the vlc- Martell Edmondson10th

rs Grant was high with 10 Grade aa.Ax doing on / ; con61Jer i
Marilyn Crosby M per/eclly/ mallnUl't rrty o'my. They
finis while Shuford was high :4 ara .
JOg.n
(the losers with 4 field goals. Billy Edwards eVe-" WCQ'.'.
e s field goals were evenly dis- Jeannette Grerner

buted with each team having Betty Horne .lISK 6.1.
JOE ;
,
I to its credit but the Trentone Madeline Kennedy he'll tell .
capitalized on its free shots. Harvene Watterson'' this you what' the Red Cross j f
e boy's does
{President Jones of the Conferee Lowell Douglas p letter to his dad. fur him--and howl! Listen
Jackie ro
the the Haskins Pop to
made presentation of ,whenever
to Bronson who Louise Kelley "; the Red Cross
you
phy over came can
comes
Jiyo in the finals 36-15. .. Elizabeth Joyce Moore Sapp as, t And here spas, as they are wonderful to to us.'t you for mon y, give what

Of the ten from -- s another
players picked Joan ? :
King
teams represented at the r a, rODad, if '
Jane Wentworth you help
bet Starke placed two. They Cross anything or
because
'
I 9th Grade any
Ire, Burney, a guard and George y' => '. kno the Y help us. p leas e give'
Darlene Alvarez , ti ,; .4 s ,..r :: w who tou Plant Y f If t
,
Juford, forward. ; roverseas t for
a June Ona Bell Demorest :$ k;a+ r the Red Cross i just forme soldiers!'' wou!d So Dad. do th:r, t1'i1;

ALS DEFEAT ALACHUA
Bobby Frazier
IN TWO GAMES
,.
[Playing their first game sinceum.ng Blanche Miriam Hornsby Nazworth ::,N '>' .:t ASK .
Y YOURSElF
{ from Trenton, the Tor- '
Ask
Prevatt
Audrey
does defeated Alachua in both __ c > yourself: "'nave I' ,
.Jeannette__ Prtn.f.Senior _ ;r which' don 0 as
-- un p '
n is
and "B" In the first at much
games. V m'Y' bov's as I can for
test between the two "B"kms > , You aide-read y to aid my nd'C..ou_

the,locals,overranthe'; ;A,)e- BiographiesSTELLA ,.$ Army of c4U tdo too much to help t h comfort and cheer b1m's
five 31-18.: Turner the Merrywlm e devoted
jua led L rule thelr k er.V in tLls
fy In scoring with 0 field goals MAE HAYES .. a' our'mill1ons of G.,0 loss the Jives over and over a great'y '
d two from the charity linea Stella Mae was born In Brookeron their home folks proof that the arc 8 aln to bring
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total of 12. Phillips and May 21. 1927. When she was The Red J cot forgotten by *

dley were high for the losers, one year old she moved to Starke vY x can.t do. Dut Cross is loIn> g'yo"r lob-doing j II
ch hoving 5 points to their you can hel tor
dlt and lived here for one year before .;; job is smpeadous-and it! by givIng mOrt!to the ted our b 0'Vhat' Y"" I t

In the second games the Tor- moving to Gainesville where h .i Give as much S growing bigger,. Cross 'Jow.lts

does handed the Alachua quint she lived until she was three more as you CI1l1-loJa.11 l

50-30 defeat. In the first quar- years old. Then she moved back ,
the locals had a 10-7 lead but to Brooker and has lived there

the end of the first half the, ever since. She attended Brooker .
ala were on the' short end of a Junior High School through the JM t
IS score. Pulling ahead againthe ninth grade then came here to 1

third period 26-22 the Tor- finish.

;ioeg went on to the 36-30 vic- Her likes are reading and i
y. For the victors Johns hade horseback riding; her dislikes are ,

field goals and one from the people who are. always trying to \ I
irity line with Shuford follow- attend to other'people's business.As .KEEP YtiffRRED
with 9 points. For the losers yet, she hasn't decided what i 4 I

moon had a total of 17 pts. she is going to 'do after she fin- '
I Feagle had 10. ishes high school. Her motto Is GIVE NOWGIVE MORE CROSS '

"Just let time take care of It-
,
AKKE DOWNS MAOCUENNYV self." I feel confident that Stella .
RETURN ENGAGEMENT will make a success of whatevershe

local High School hoopsters decides to do. x ATH/S-/DE t tt.
'ded the Macclenny Pirates a
18 setback on the Armoryr BETTY HAZEL GREEN

in a return game. The Betty Hazel was! born January t. / !
r'
rite eager led. ill the way : 29, 1927 In Jacksonville, but lived! I

h the score standing at 10-4 'there for onlya few weeks before ,. .s.. the first period and',115-9, at moving to Brooker. Betty must . "
half. Starke increased their have had traveling In her shoes ,"""f., I
d to 32-14 In the third period for in 1938 she moved to Talla- FINE FOODS 'WONDER GIFT SHOP I

1 coasted on to victory. Thorn- hassee. She lived there until ,
was high for the Tornadoesh 1942 when she moved back to j GIS L A I N' S BRADFORD HARDWARE CO. ,a V'

10 points to.his credit. Bur- Brooker and has been living there > ?
FLORIDABANIATSTARKE ,
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was next with 6. For the ever since. 'J KOCH DRUGSTORE ,N. r ''
Her County with'black Member F. D. I. C. '. >.. ; : I
quint Finley ac- Betty Is a true brunette, ", ; '
nted for 3 field goals and two hair and brown Her <,
eyes 4 s CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE .,. FRED F. STUMP
m the
charity! line ( likes are most everything, her

BONDER main dislike is conceited people. IIOLLY'VOODCAIIIER & GIFT SHOP BARNEY'S DRINK STAND '1
WHY -
After graduation, Betty plansto
further her training by attending LAPPE BAKERYKIDD'S
Margaret C. stopped wearing P. S. STORES ,'
the University at Tampa
ke-up In, and then started back where she will take up commercial At The Bus Station SINCLAIR SERVICE ,


amy Ie "'JUl.B.. moved..1A'.his'""_ ..seat, W> .In ambition courses.then If I success would Is certainly Betty's BLANDING CENTER, Inc. 'WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE '
-- rvtMU liana has been absent. Could place my bet -that she will win. J ERR Y' S PLACE. TEMPLE & LAKE SERVICE STATION'
.
be >
sick? > 4+> ,

*lid>bby it be T. to wears those glasses. Marian MARIAN, or CLAIRE"Snooky"JOHNS as she Is ROGERS JEWELRY & ARMY STORE : : > DENMARK FURNITURE CO. }, I
protect his nose?
called by her classmates, is 16 .
lenry JL got all those pictures. years old, has fair complexion I NEW METHOD CLEANERS t LEILA'S DRESS SHOP & BEAUTY SALON"t t:'

dark .brown hair, hazel eyes, and
THE H
MAGNOLIA
nASKETRAT.T. TEAM HOTEL ,-
TilE STAG
Til SYMPATHY- weighs .125: pounds. She was ", .
Ve know you boys fought hard born In Hampton on May 24, THE BAMBOO ; STARKE COCA a
win the tournament and we 1928 where she lived until she COLA BOTTLING CO. r +

proud of was In the 6th grade. Then she WEST 'END' GROCERY '.
all. We"all
you '
envy STERNBERG'S "
to I IBROWNSTEEN'S
>twin Billy i moved to Miami and later :,.
Burney. Not even
winner Ondia then back to Hampton. She SHOE REPAIR I'
apleted with could get a paper" cup graduated from Hampton Junior MARUCA'S GROCERY"" .' ;"
autographs.
seriously though, we have not High School before starting here BLANDING TAILORS TIlE SMART SHOP '
t
, ,
en you the in the tenth grade."Snooky' ; Ft+
support should '
you At Center
friends, hamburgers Standing !.Jr ,
e likes
had but, nevertheless, you EASTERN AUTO SUPPLYt r" "
0 to bring home to our school french fries, movies J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS' : '
clothesWe j : \
cut. Thank you boys, we are sports,' end pretty CHARLEY E. JOHNS, AGENCY Insurance
senior, -
re than proud of you. all know she likes being a JORDAN'S BAR -

but who doesn't? She has no t < II A U D E' S PLACE ; ;

*irr. OF THE WEEK special dislikes. H. C. WALL, AGENCY INSURANCE .
Kuykendall, after Dorothy We don't know what she Intends 1"/s"M ILL I G A N' S GRILL '
>sby finished giving he' speech. to do when she finishes SHAFKIN'S .?

di I: "Could you tell me what school but w. are sure orSnooky's" M A. KITE Paintings.
t means, Dorothy"? '+ reaching success no CITY BARBER SHOP

ng-*>rothy... "No air, I wa. n't Hit- sires.matter how high a goal she de E. Sparks, Prop. DAVIS HOT E L


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D'tootnrnr 'TjajtaitArn. .STARIOK TtOXLTDA '7t1UDAY, MARCH-. .
-Glht It .

;* ..pmtlnr the ,,.tak '.\\i."o 0-pO -..*.
NttdhtFt'-tylt'.
.t4
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It.'i SOcIETY W.C.T.U.. HonoVs Methodist i ChurchHoly Cot Grime* Guest' Add unsung heroes, : Piney Brown maestro jtumself .opt., pytbe'

and CLUBS I Frances Wiljard Com-munlon win be observed At Rotary Luncheon who always .CO 1el through, with 'girlhood > .-Hawl):M1 girt
: "
lagt-of- "
= 4, at' both that Red Cross fiac'or" VirglnSjJmlur: Elise!: Jones;
The Laura Scott Union "W: ''C..T. 'Sunday March services. Col., George M. Grimes, director the-iot kit bag that no one. else * I BJehante. Piney xjrhort., 11&:
ri
'' Mrs. Emily Siviter . U., met last Friday afternoon morning of' th and morning eve>> 'g'service'will of supply' and service at, Camp will make: t .. , LucilMitch.' had qUit *"
Enjoy
Rotarian the.'home.'of: M&; w. Johnson Topic Blending, waa guest speaker at ',r. :..J.-.I. .-.toY : test 'cet-t tether Wednesday

k'' Ladies Night',Event Honored" 'At. Tea'" .1..; ] ani;< )4,.. R.:Nunnery. Three new be God", '!Theudmrelrvc.... !. the Living the Rotary Club Wednesday fed 'Hear'' Arch 'Thomas 'has>'been :Mrs. Middleton invited the 8I'tt, ,

One of' 'the' anon: enjoyable' ','" This :Auxiliaries."off: '1bt 2&pitloopaJ! )"byterlan members France-WUlard; were welcomed'Day -wras and appropriately Chaplain ).'W. yorstiee.;'i member his gave'work an ,interesting both' here dlacuss.ton, and, during( of 'going[ '.around>. '; in a; rose-colored: for canton luncheon was I. r.Seemahtk* birthday :

't l and. St. Mai'1r.*,* of the Northlabama' Conference he spent Jn theSouth daze .ver.stpcehe caught those
; Ladies Night events 'ever staged Churches entertained jotntty htti 'observed. tributes, .the two year seemedalmost Uke a clasiunion
Club took : 'allk' now stationed at Pacific. oil-well .prospectors! malting: ,a ."
Rotary
Starke 'inspira
the of which was..an ,
v by Wednesday'afternoon for chief \:\; .
,1" place In the wing;. of the USO i .tea. Emily: Siviter. who bas been tional talk by the president! JIra. Camp Blending<<, will 'be guest Cot..Grimes set up "the.Officer"'Candidate sounding right at the corner ofhis

v Club, Temple,* Washington Church.ServiceCenter 0.'E.. Stansbury. . speakerat: the evtaing'servtee'8p ,-School for the..Quar Walnut-Washing.ton homestead -
directorpf: the, ; : "m. 'Wu Ic'win1{ be tinder the ;,locaUed .. .. from Rita Botngbodjr remind
to
E Street*,,last, !FrldaYnight.; for the ,past mine The hostesses erved delicious termaster Corps, originally .Postcard dr'
here i '
direction !Banford! RltchMlU and later .Street, pow' With, the Chilian' it 'tountfto) the U90: :A '
:J. P. Hlgginbotham1. and Junlus month ., Slylter lefi."ft\ brs- refreshments in 'honor *f' Mr*. ..in .Philadelphia moved ft '
bars !ed toy'other mettben of the:quartette Va. He 1307 N. JefterlJOn.! .Sfexico, Mi q., and *ee those dignified
M. Smith 'me bet* 'of' the' enter to' take,'charge of Phi Beta Staturtmry's birthday aahivfersary, ,, to. Camp. ;Lee,, WM Rotar1
? 1< t.a.inment''ClOJi; aiIUe.,,; ..w.'. to' 'It day fraternity house lit Gainesville. Feb.,22., I 'f. '-' O. S. Newcombv U F. then aentovereegq. la .192 to letup $ since her dental vCorp s husband officiating-' ; ht..all,capacttlki4
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that the fun started .. goon)( so : '. Smith and E. L. Matthews. a. school<<; foremen! who have Zeke, was.trans. ? Ca npBlandlng 'm& hamburgers. : and( costa,
): < :covered 'next meeting will be'held '
guests arrived at.,8:15: 'and.kept The, ,tea 'liiblel was 'The ; \\ Any '.inspiring service >was' held proved their aptitude In the field! ;. ...:Addthwge/ty 0\1'4 tag lcVAamVundaes!! . 8h
cloth''' and eenl Friday,..March 39, 3 p.; m;" at the 'be w&6) ? bon
UlltU'almoet! midnight with ato -y'liy keepingAuppie. neverpuspactJln: : ] #Hlggiubotbani; seeing :t you t
m) the ball rolling ; > rjCiri I load-3slndtiy.wbqn: a RapacMy'.con- r Thereat dJ< : Cpl.: Dfdk Clsne, Cornier $r*iil J ot f sweet peas home ofyMra I'IJ, iWiSjemp. .'tke&att_"'.ptJ1ere4...to shear :;,tAe ) Slowing to- men: under is., quite a lC8ob1', qe'y; akVinlihlspare :- 'So-.longVj.i. See' you 1ptelift '
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n ? professional plaplst.JIII1th.9 e..*)*, 'MrWrMattJejrOahagan."pourtxf-tea, '* r, ..y.. ,''Nt famous Homer ''R odeirviWpreach adverse conditions G;:w a a vividly. time . Hear; his >home'is: .: -I ,.
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the best-known" name bands, fur- for the guests. A lovely'Tucit'e l : ..-
: u ro nlehed the musical accompaniment compact was' presented to''Mrs, Victory Food Clubs bone. He was accompanied by Two new members, Roy Ward .... _._n J_ _,..;,_ '....,- ... .. 11 ._ _ r 1
for the "Battle of Sexes" In Miss Helen! Benner. talented
.
v Siviter from the Auxiliaries. and J. H. DuPre, were welcomed ..:- -
;' which the men tried to outing :Many Bradford County girls :vocalist and pianist.
9 ,the women. Mrs. Matt e Gahagan Mrs. E. eager to do their part in winningthe I Other services: Bible School into the' club 'at this meeting. lIrhit

Supper, prepared and served by M. Davis and Mrs Glen Duke war, are forming Food-For- I 10 a. m Young People's meet- Boy Scouts Gerald Boelter and Gupplem6'lIt.'(

the USO employes, wan served in were in charge of arrangements. Victory Clubs, local organizations Ing 7 p. m. Bible Story Hour each Albert Kite were also guests of

the wing of. the building. Wives having aa their purpose the pro- Tuesday 3 p. m._ P.Miyer Meeting the club.More.
T Guest speaker for the evening The Army and their' husbands motion of family food productionand I Wednesday evening 8 p. m. \
fllf"Yl
was Jacksonville Congressman who Emory was Price accompanied of the Center entertained Sunday night informally, for Mrs.at aided conservation.by the US D The A Extension clubs are Selectees ,. GlID [][}0

r5 her witha St. Mark'sBishop Go To
w by Mrs Price. The Cone Siviter. They presented Service through Mrs. Leonard; Blanding ? . .
table lamp and a book as go-
a greasman held the Interest of his There about Emergency Assistant i n Home Arthur Lea will again The following Bradford County
Ing-away gifts. were --r
listeners with description of his Demonstration Work. Meetingsare Keep fit through
6 40 present on this occasion. speak at St. Mark's Episcopal! registrants r e p o rted to Camp ; the
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to the and held twice a month duringthe
recent trips European Church tonight (Friday) at 7:30: Blending for induction Into the '
:' and la ;, ; f winter by
South Pacific battlefronts. school term, some roundingout
o'clock. Topic of his Lenten ser- Army on February 16: 5'S' I
This event was given in celebration Ladies Auxiliary cases, in the summer also will of
mon be "The Temptations Stephen Douglas Green diet
dd7 of the 43rd anniversary Alene Starling and Betty Jean St. Peter", .. Fred David Kynard your with
Met TuesdayThe
''i a of Rotary International. Ferguson are leaders of the Law- Sunday services: 8:30: a. m., Francis Marlon CrawfordOlin ,,a vitamins. We carrj

Ladles of the tey FFVC, with Ruby Prevatt White Jr. t
Auxiliary Celebration of Holy CommunionIn Wesley ' *
r 1 1s
'i : WSCS Circles Presbyterian Church held a social and Daisy Wilkinson leading the the Hospital Chapel, Camp John Henry'Mott ; s b every type 0 f high

meeting Tuesday evening at ,the younger. girls. Blandlng; St. Mark's, S t a rke; William '''Henry Hicks r quality Jabkta
4 Circles of the Woman's and
Societyof home of Mrs. John Uglow, with The Hampton FFVC secretary is 9:45: : a. m., Church School; 11 a James'' Lester Leach
Christian Service will! meet Mrs. C. F. Ward as' cohostess1.Mrs. Irene Green; poultry leader, Alma m. Holy Communion and sermon. Frank Irwin McKinney capsules. Your doctor
Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock .
,
Thomas canning leader Alma Sacramentof Sherwood Glenn ,
R. F. Clark presented a ; Wednesday8 a. m. Armstrong
Circle One ,
will be entertained
by
w Mrs. L. A. Davis Circle Two will stewardship program with' "AJ1 Rhoden. ; and garden leader, Mar- the Holy' Communion. James Willis Coleman will advise the kind

that we have isThine.O, Lord"as garet Dye Ovln Lee Edge '
r be entertained by Mra. W E. 3 x'S to benefit
MIddleton. the theme. A suggestion was Jewel Edwards and Betty Jane Date For Glee Club Woodrow Lanier Thomas.. <, you most

made to start a fund for the National Bradley are leader of the Hell- 'f ? ., ;; See us for your sup

f/ Missions, honoring three of bronn FFVC. The Vanderbilt and ,The Joint USO program, featur- Birth Announcement M14E
Rising Food-For-Victory Clubs I : ing the University of Florida plies.
the oldest members of the Ladles
have not. elected officers. Glee Club and originally scheduled The ReV apd Mrs. .Grover All- a

Auxiliary; :Mrs. S. E; rtl1mlee, At Brooker, Mildred MAnn is for Sunday, March 4, has been son announce the birth of ( : 4A

Mrs. John Uglow 'andyMrs., Maria, FFVC secretary; Louise Bloss, postponed until Sunday, March 11, daughter on Wednesday, Feb. d8,

lull. -A query corner was conducted poultry leader; Annie Lee Rogers It 'was announced yesterday. in the Alacbua County Hospital.

and each member was garden leader; and Veleita \

asked to discuss t h following- Hodges, canning leader.
11I
I, subjects;; Alaska, Africa, 'Indian 'The "very young" Starke set

t t'' 'I N Reservations and Race Relations. haa. elected Betty Jean Williamsas i The Best. Medicine You
secretary Mary Lou Tracy, -
;
_ _ Delicious refreshments.of sand
f garden leader; Helen I Haines, Can Take I s Your Doc:
wlches, brownies and hot chocolate -
poultry leader; and Peggy Caldwell -
:) were served to the guests by canning leader, tor's Advice.
Mrs. Uglow and Mrs. Ward.,
4' It la urgently needed in war- Couldn't resUt! peepln' In the pie at home could see a war-torn

: UDC:To MeetThe time for every family to produceas window bf the USO wing last Friday country, I am sure they would For The Finest Drugs and
night to glimpse the Rotary see fit.to world
much of its own food at homeas promote peace in,
: hl-Jenks going on inside . Whyoh the future. the
W. T. Weeks Chapter, possible so as to release com- Despite rationingof Chemicals Plus Accuracyand
why can't I be some Rotarian's a few Items, the people at
UDC, will meet Wednesday afternoon mercial supplies for war workers be the inside home Dependability Have Your Prescriptions Com
Ann so I can on are living in Utopia If I ,
at 4 o'clock,' March 7, at and fighters The Food-For-Vlc- 1O<\kln' out at, one of these 'af- am ever fortunate enough to be-

%'{ f yWr 4 a the home of ''Mrs.. Junlus i M. tory Clubcrs are helping to meet fairs, instead of vice versa . come the father of a son, he will pounded at

: Smith. wartime food needs and to Im- From what J. managed to see, not go'to war."' . The addressIs
the members' skills Irt food
prove however, and from what I've : Pvt. it' G. McMillan-34782563 '
production and conservation and heard since, it' eems 'twas quitea Hq.' Co.1819th: Engr. Avn. Bn., CARPENTER'SONTHEMINIT

homemaking" practices, "learningby party . Hear Liz Nasworthy APO 126,..care Postmaster, N. Y.,

doing. displayed 'some unexpected elo- N. Y. . .
cutlonary talent in reciting -

( Mrs. Fales Speaks poetry while "Uncle Arch" Buddy Bishop writes: "We're in ,SERVICEWe

H... At Walnut St. USO Thomas night and forgot spoke*? his dignity piece for dressedup the I England surely wouldn't now, but know.for how The long people Are As Near To You As Your Telephone

Mrs Warren Fales of Gaines- in a little [boy's toy helmet here treat' us swell and we PHONE 64 -:- STARKE, FLA.

I. vile was the guest speaker when and 'Jacket stole.4 1 .* Le* Shepherd should take our hats off to the

':, the Walnut Street USO Army practically .the show aa ,a English who have suffered so
; Wlvea met for their weekly question-answering maharajah and much and are still suffering."

' ti t v Pct luncheon on, Tuesday. A short Joe Hoover displayed his usual . His address; Is: Cpl. Harold

i business session was held with artistic ability 'by winning first /I.. Bishop, Jr., Co. C, 61st Slg.

; Mrs. Keith Taylor, Wives' 'Council prize in Easter bonnet designing Bn., APO 507, New York N. Y.
chairman presiding. Mrs. Mel- . But how could he lose with . Also' a note from Elmo

Starke's. .1 yin Griffis and Mrs. George Math- such a lovely ,model as Junlus Struth, now in the Philippines,
The t ten were elected to serve on the Smith enclosing some Japanese "inva

finest Council for the next eight weeks sion" paper money . Wonderif STARKE FLA
period.Mrs.. Glimpsed among the localltes I could buy a coke with that

restaurant e False, the principal speak at the affair were that most per- 100 pesos bill? . Elmo says

L 1 14""f \\ ,'" er, talked 'briefly concerning the sonable twosome Carroll an' Pol- the outfit he's with now has made SUN. MON. TUES. MARCH 4, 5,6
and., bar coming Red Cross Drive in Starke ly Gardner of Jax'vllle' ,. .. ,' Also three beachheads in the last two
N Bill ,an' "Tine'Dlshinger . ,
which will begin on Monday months, so they' haven't exactly
March 5. The wives were especi- Carroll Is secretary, of the Jax been sitting around twiddlin' their

; iiL 'Urr I ally urged by Mrs. Fales to help Rotary Club and quite a pianistby thumbs . His address is: Cape, What about oir
( ), according to those who
A solicit the military personnel in ear E. R. Struth C.O. Co. H. 19th lost loved ones,
heard him in action at that little
srzzuNb this area. Mrs. Junlus Smith, Inf., APO 24, San Francisco,
/ home*.
Mrs. Anne Seattle and the Rev informal gathering at the Stern- . oar ravaged
'2 STEAK berg domicile that. lasted from .
?
..... erend Grover Alison were presentand l i .our ruined lives
the time the broke
Rotary party
made specific remarks rela- '
43: LOBSTER tive to the future drive. up until 4 ayem 0Hear he may Spotted an' Jotted: Merle Orl- WHO IS GOING
get back down this way to be on der down from the Jax: N.AS.

SPRED70a4&ttec Is SHRIMPCHICKEN M For Volunteer the Newcomer's I Coke Houranl Hour tap when the Rotarians take over for a few hours Hear he's"striking" I I TO PAY...

CJ Training the hosting job at the USO Safday for p h o tog rapher's AND HOW?

which folowed the luncheon pro- night . Bill Dlshinger, as mate . Good luck, lad .
Water Jfaat&t "tS: gram, three new wives were In at- you doubtless know, is the Jax'vI11e Lt. Bill Edwards striding along

: -s tendance--Mrs. Harry B. Gillon society photographer who is Call briskly as ever after that

WALL PAINT Mrs. John Pre ston and Mrs. now practically retired and spends auto accident that laid him up in t 4 See it oil le
Arthur G. Smith Jr.
much of his time at his place on the Blending hospital for several Gay, / THE SUPER-SNOII

You'U be amazed at how quickly and 1 B A special, word of praise was Bedford Lake . Both couples weeks . Hurrying along to ,' SENSATION OF III
) given to the luncheon' committee were guests of Junlus and Virginia pack UP and head once more for '
eaiily you can brighten up
A with SPRED. On coal co..rs' No
1l .irer-odorl! No brush masks Eat? to Dally, and Mrs. Arthur Storhaughfor Charlie Lou Vlning received a ar.' young: son occupying the. .,x.. ., BY THE MAKERS OF

1, waih-. ayi clean longer) Com la m the lovely menu served. Mrs. telegram Saturday from Myrtice Ernie bowling cottage on Kings- HITLER'S CHILDREN"
Paul Johnson made the attractive Carpenter (now Mrs. Lloyd Lewis) I ley (formerly the Carl Knight
Cl I' Yy today and let ut show you by demon 1 try 0 place cards which carried a Red stating that she and the major place) . Judge Perryman .

"+ airaiioa thai SPRED i 11 superior to Cross motif. were wed in the chapel at Fort talkin' Red Monteith into accept a4% .

ordinary water-thinn.d palatal; 'S our Lewis, Wash., at 5 p. m. Satur- ing chairmanship of the clothes-

Rites WednesdayFor day . More details at an early for-waraufferers collection soon ,
t. 1 ,1NeSa}a eHlff o delicious date, I hope Hear an interesting to get 'under way . Cleone ,'.4
o C. H. Clark rumor' the effect that Dowllng
justifiably
upset over a 'I
lobster o Jacq Andrews is resigning at pack of pigs that Invaded her T HE
o Curtis H Clark, 70, dleft at his
w home on the Jacksonville high Blending to take a 'commercialcourse yard Tuesday afternoon, wallow-
in Atlanta . Add people Ing in the gold fish pool, rootingup
29 way, Tuesday night after a brief
f Illness. Funeral services I'll miss: Marjorie Cleek, who the lawn and nipping off

held were leaves us soon . Marg has budding; plant . Which reminds AN
Wednesday morning in the
s New been a big help with a number of me, Mrs. .Arch Thomas
S T I ) Church Congregational with the Methodist local projects . The Church says her only objection to living EDWARD A. .
Rev. C. H. Rho-
Nursery School especially will In town is that she can't control GOLDEN S
r 1 GALLON PAST den officiating and DeWitt C. .
4 MAKIS miss her . Nice having Agnes the meanderings of hogs and cat- ,
11h Jones in of Production
GALLONS charge
arrangements. I
PAINT
Scott in town a few days this tle like she could out on the

Interment followed in Waters wek, visiting Claire St. Peter farm . ,
it 1 ItJQ t Cemetery near Gainesville.
m, .... "-'".....-...."...-. .. .. -
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Among My Souvenirs: Recent For Goofiness. Sake Ethel Biggs<

if TIP TOP SUPERMARKET Lizzie Clark; three daughters, letter from Merrill (Burrhead) got lost driving out of Jax'vllle --- .1 O NstEEN
Mrs. T. A. Altman, Jacksonville, McMillan, serving with the engineers tother day and landed up in frontof t 1
IKft lfrs.cG] 111, Lawtey Mrs. E. in France . Quote: the church where Betty Briggs ,\G" .

II Mock. Savannah, Ca.; three sons, "I've been on this side of the was getting married clear on sEtias tfP p.G H .RN 1 STtGNGtia

113 E. Call Street Frank and Luthet of Starke and pond longer that I care to think the other side of town! .. . Add .."'..
G Raymond, Lochs 0 0 sa; and one about and wouldn't trade Brad smart youngsters:' Jerry Lawson, GEORGE COULOURIS STANLEY RlKj
8TAHKE, FLA.WT brother, W. S. Clark of Starke. ford all of \
County for Europe, who receives a Hat salary of $2a LStp,5 OSA MASSiH CARL ESMOND NANCY<
Mr. Clark was a member of England 1n luded. I have enjoyed week to keep the yard clean S 1\\) GUllIonI
Ape Apei. s >tAV Ct3M>UTI tlNIO 325 Temple Avenue the Methodist Church and The seeing a few' things and places . Hear be puts the job off _. [ MORRIS- ,-CARNOVSKY-- -GAVIN MUIR PAUl
TlMI TITlp >A4rlT$ SOygu. Woodmen of The World. He came of Interest, but have also seen until Saturday each time then

.. CAM.oovit. &>usfIP here from Georgia and baa beena many sights which I don't care persuades his grandpop. Pierson ALSO War News & Comedyl

resident of Starke for 20.years. to see again. It some of the peo- Woods, to go in part nership,

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AY:'.MARCH -*;.*145 BRADFORD COTOnrr TELEGRAPH., BTABfflftVFtOKIBA PAGIC.FIVE


I I Mrs. E. S. Matthew left Sat Mrs., EX, .K,: Perryman, Jr.. has die Welsh! !, Defendant.!, Case ,NM Robert H Coleman, Jr., A.S.N. Philadelphia, PenriKiilvaiila. \ ."''I II
BITS of LOCAL NEWS for *'**. *4841* 4, ("n. "FIJOf Englne.rReg. You e.jnlrd to on' '\
;;; urday a visit with her son- returned to her home in Atlanta, ORDER: OF rt'inJCATiON -. .. Stid ,Bn. A.P.O.11 % 'oat. I April t.are'1MB .In jltir above appear named )J.I
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., .. ln-lawsnd daughter Dr. and Mra1L Ga.., after, a visit. here with her ANn ,NOTjn E: TO APPEAR; m...ter. New ,York, New Tork? Court and causewherein plaintiff I ",
B. McLendon. In Orlando. husband's ftarent\sipdge.and Mrs STATE: OF FLORIDA to: MaraleVelnh Tou are required to appear on I Keek Oivoroe. Bradford County '
attd' ,jon Nw Spring cottons \ who. reeldenc Jet: Kt. No. April S, 1KB. In the aDove. named Telegraph Khali pnbllnh ttilm Order !
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Irs. D. S. cook young arriving Mrs. W. N. Carnation returned a. It; Ferryman", 's't., t, heath SprlnM' Houth Carolina.' Court and ...aua., wherein plaintiff In 5.11 :fow*. w* (iesuvq.
arle. Thoma8 areITiaIUng"'KnI." dally at Lotla'v Dress Shop. Tuesday after a month's visit Don't, miss) hearing .Pat ,With: Tou are required to appear on seeks divorce, Bradford County Witness my hf.!-and tlfflrtkleeal :
n' Mfl. -1'homu'r.tU.: : Mra. Titus with April, 8. 1141..4" tbe above named Tele.rapn shall publlnh thin Or Ser at Btarke. Florida, thU" February 'I';
ok'. mother ., Olson. Mrs. Will -'her'mo'th. . r In. Hareltown. .row, Jr.. "111'''''' Singer* of the I Court and cause, whfr..11I plaintiff In nxt.>Jour weekly' ...u.*! I 14th..'1545.OFF101AL .|L\ T. .
' r In Madl. On. ,Blair.,.and, >*..-W. El/v M4deton| } Pa. South", at the Gospel l Tabernacle, seeks divorce,-'Wt-aiKlord' "ottMy WltneH. my hand and official ( hEAWt* 'A. J. Thomas, ;
and M A; W. accompanied.Mr. and DVlnlng tiri. W"HNfolinun' Telegraph nhall Pl&bUh s.al. ,t .15ke,46Florld..tI.tI'I.1 Fib'ruary Aa Clerk of Mid Court. t
ts of Mr. Mrs. .1. : !; returned Tqeoday! .Marck 13, 8 p. m. In next four weekly.Jj.>*tlliePfll'j I''''' : William- P. Mora-an, Clark Bid*.
,thelt" 'BOlt andghterinlaw to Perry where attended Wltm>*. hMid:' (Ol"rrctAr. IKAL.) A. '-J< ,. .
Sr., art they Tuesday from a business trip'to Mrs Eleanor Cone of my J Thomrin, JacksonvIlle 11')" A ljt; for Pit.It !
uls Red Cross
.
Mrre the !? **** at 8t,rkes. .Ktejrtda ,tbU. F.1". A. Clerk) of .said Court. I-I 4 .
M*. and funeral of the Jtev./'W. Sebrln Avon Park and Lake Headquarters -Atlanta.. Ca...was rusty le'l4K.WFFICIAt. ! _1 T FrankIjindrum, 8tarke, Florida } $43. ,._ J
s uls, Jr., of Morgan City, 'A, 'Fischer, on Wednesday of last I Wales. She reports that another In town Wednesday conferringwith : !tEAL, )'' ': A. J.: 'kThbtti H Attyr'tor'Plf. (.1 4t 3-13 OI'e1' C B '. !
week. An- Clerk of said Court. ,
'! I real estate boom fa blossoming Nat. Stemberg about .the T. Frank Landrum. Starke. Florida 1' ; : Notlr. h>' hereby ,given to-' all 1 \

Mrs., M.. 34-..MoljtCA,. ;Jr.r G m. M. Davis: has returned home i m' that'section, but believes this progress.:., of -the :-War Fund Drive Ally .for Pit ' 3-1 4t 113Edith .!Ii'riRf..l. ,. revise nntDroim whom It trey.fl ncerni',tbat ,ai,.?Crtutor : .1
of the Rrtate I
of Eva B
ding $;; Itlf w i ..ys'r; aycrc s. :from I\lverslde Hospital in Jackonvlllo one will'be"more substantial than I Mo t Jam.* :'Godbdld 'ot:;Jack I _-CorreTY f\WM\ 1'. FLUHIUAI' IN _"I"" Lord, a eeaMNi;: I ha-v, lI"d FlnaAacountlnit
with', ber parntif t. *tldowef. where he underwent a the last beeauae'people have'r ,:Yt t'3RCt71Tt' O"RT RNADPORl t.' Herbert. Oarrett, Plaintiff v.. and.. +N it np"" ,'''., Hm
soiwlll ls> spending s'rfea(1dayIwith' > COINTY<< :: l
L'
CHAR{ .
serious operation. "money whereas before RLORIDA1 , Hnrah. Kllen Darren t.' He f..ndant.Ua.II day, of March 1J45.: p ( \ion tin
now, moat "EftY.
IJ. ",4P'. her-jnotiter, :Mrs. W. S. Stro ( ,.,'')>. ,. . County J.dg.Mfi9lradfoaf'CbuetyFlorida i
rbaC. io ......A.{via g .Vtai sara Milliyer of Orlando of 'the:;'d'ealti."weres6hly off' Byrd Coleman Plaintiff ba FA.41 ,D*"CB ....
NoW",8, ...., paper man this week. , + Robert II. (""'.man. .Jr.. D.f.niIant.t5t.e"No. . ORDER OF 1{Pt'RUCATlON "" or" rSTft
IT at ..-..*',. .b,Cie,.Sbop.r 't' : 'has gone' ta )iact90n't.oMvtllt'her and little money a"ctuauy.-'changed. BUotoPd"'W\o..M : .. 1"1"' ,1- K" >ANTI J'lOTICI' "TO' APPEAR ",Kxecutof., N"B'aIIwCLIa e ;
Kt. and. Mr. Saw A1var.r.9t. : : ,jt1Qhct( ; Mrs? \I'holn88.4.: : Milllver hands": i" t Mis<'Gloria F i istudent ,''of IUDA.,.to: Sarah It j/-t''Je.x'eatnr'et the Natate itlillt i'i'yzb '
} ; ? at.Bt Luke's Ho;- AND NOTICR, TO APPErToNAR Ellen Oarrett. ..
erin are 'gut***.. if?- ;;(,r. arid .after, \r'ek'a! visit with' her alaII seMIr beautiful ajruwc; reduced pita! lit nurse Jacksonville spent the< 8TATJIIt''OFFLORIDA to! Pfc. addr..a'..e.: .941 whoee Catharln reeldence Mtreet and, ." 1 idea "ILord., .T"" D.cee.d.SEE . .
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ter and br ,
*,A' 1* Alvarez. II er-ln-1aw, Mr. and to. $5. Le4Ia' Draw Shop. ''' )
rLM', : !. Brpvm MrC:'W.:B.ll Mrs. :?p 's: Cbk. Vl\ ' Mr. and MeL' Walter Timmer- week-end with her parents. Mr. I 1"1'' -;- j
and Mrs. R. C.i Buford. ,..,
; Marcus, Jr., and Floreifc: I Hear Helen llenner W.t with man of Stockton, Ga., spent two I .
n spent the weekend tin, "Hymns ,of All Churches" radio days last week as'guests of Mr.' See totar 'beautiful .drewiten,' reduced . OUR NICE SELECTION !

lahaasee vUlUnj relatives and program at Gospel Tabernacle and ,Mrs. 1. D. Vining. Mrs. > to $5*Leila's Drew Shop. '

ending to business. Tuesday, March 13, 8 p. m. Timmerman is Mr. Vining's slst Mrs. Mae' Jones of Jackson, OF. :
p
i>. ville spent the weekend with her e o ; a i

Mrs. I. P. Shepherd and Mrs. brother and oiatel-in-law. Dr. and i
O. E. Mra. W E. Middleton, : WALL PICTURESI "
Miller and son, Jack, spent -
OPEN FOR SERVICE; Monday in Lake City visiting Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Buford and I

and Mrs. H. Hodgkins and little their guests, Cpl. anti Mrs. Fred I II
1t< daughter, Sallle, who was givena Pettlnatl spent Tuesday at Silver HAND PAINTED '

birthday party on that day. Springs
I Sunday guests of Dr. and Mrs. . .. 1
Dr. M. B. Herlong who was I, ""
CONW AT'S H. H. Adams were Mrs R. R. Tur- taken "to St. Luke's Hospital In At Amazingly Low ,: ,

nlpaeed Mrs G. E. Adams, Miss Jacksonville last Thursday with ?,

Carol Hesse and Dick Turnipseed. pneumonia is improving rapidly PricesPITTSKUHG '

all of Jacksonville. Mrs. Wade H. Risser of Tar-

Service Station Famous radio artiste. will appear sons, Kan., spent Tuesday with
"In person" at tile Gospel Mrs. K. G. Duncan and Mrs. Duncan -

Tabernacle, Tuesday, March 13, :: and Mrs. L. D. Vining accom-
PLATE GLASS ,
8 p. m.Petty. panied her as far as Jackson-

Officer 2-c Carl Carterof ville, on her way home Wednes-
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Vero Beach spent Saturdayand day.

r '. Sunday with his wife. . near Richard Maxwell world] VENETIAN MIRRORS, ,
Miss Merry Beth Knight spent famous C.B.S. Gospel singer, at

0 Washing 0 Polishing Wednesday night with friends in the Gospel Tabernacle, TuesdayMarch .,

Oil Lawtey. 13, 8 p. an.NOTIVI11. SOLID MAHOGANYGUARANTEED
O Changing 1 I
Sue our beautiful dresses, reduced
Greasing to $3.-Leila's Drem Shop. SILVERING :
0 0 Waxing
Notice In hereby given to all ,
Major H. C. Wall of St. Au- whom It may concern that I have t }

O' Tire Repairs. gustine recently'spent a day with tiled the 3rd>my day F"I1Iteturn of 'April1945.and .will applyto on PRICED LOW :
his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. L. the County Judge of Bradford
0 One-llour ,Battery Charge Service Wall while enroute to the south County Florida, fur Final Durham I
AdmlnUtrator of the Fine Assortment Card Tables
a" Sampson
0 Auto Lite Batteries ern part of' the state. Estate of F. M: Crew, decrased.
Mrs. Mabel Wall and 1>(rs. May W. U. CRKW8., Glass Vanity' and Table Lamps $2.75 up
3-2 4t 3-S1 Administrator
In Jack-
Dickens spent Tuesday
'
Venetian Blinds 36" and 32" Widths
sonville.Mr. IN oiK-riT t-ui'iir IIIIAI>FOHIfOIVTV ) ; .
and Mrs. Vernon Silcox Fl.O|"UI CHAN-: "I r ,
.
AMOCO GAS OIL GREASERIDE fKItY.Philip '
spent Thursday evening with Mrs. Mario Flmlnnl PlaIntiff VH Childrens Nursery Equipment
.. Iefendant.Lase ,
Silcox' parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Teresa Ul alvo Flmlanl,
W. Roberts in Lawtey. No. 3625OHIIER OF rt'ITLICATIONANIJ High Chairs Nursery Chairs Baby Beds Straight

Mrs. E. J. Flynn of Orange NOTICFT' TO APPEAR Chairs Chairs
STATE "OF FM)IUDA to: MrB Rocking
Park was a business visitor here Teresa. UlSulvo Flmlanl, whose re... , ,,, ,
Saturday /ld nc.. and pnat.offlc' address IK

Florida Motor Lines Busses Mrs. Effie Johns had as her 2241 York.Creston Avenue, Bronx, New IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

guests Sunday, her son and You are required to appear on

For Safety daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Court April 2.and 1946 cause In; the wherein aliova plaintiff named John H. Denmark" Furniture Co.
Freeman Johns and Mrs. Anaon weeks divorce. llrndford County
Telegraph shall >lIhll..h thin OrderIn
of Lake She
City. was visiting
Comfort & next tour weekly iHHues.WltneRH .
Economy PHONE 151 STARKE FLA.
them Wednesday and Thursdayand my hand and offloltt
doing some shopping. seal at Starke, ,"Florida this February -
29. 1946.OFFICIAL WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITURE
SEK, HEAR, MEET beloved ( HEAL) A. J. ThomaAH .,
radio personalities In an Informal Clerk of said Court.
\Valt..r llardenty, Daytona Beach
program of Gospel songs,,humor Fla. Atty. for Plf. 3-Z 4t 33 L
-. ...- .' *. and spiritual,refreshment TT Gospel .
w vr iI .
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-V !
t ra T i" ,> March IV CIHCflT: COl'HT, IIHADKOHIJrouNTV wo' >to 'ftf --.t rLet's
Tabernacle Tuesday ri.onn, IN CIIA.\-
NAT SEZ: IS, 8 p. m. t,..:lty'
Guests of Mrs. E. M. Thomas John K. Welsh, Plaintiff v... Mar- Take This Word -

If I were young enough to be this week are her sister Mrs. T. ,

"-: In the army and for some good B. Strange and Mrs. Leon Good- ,
reason did not have to go, I win and son all of Palatka. 'atchYburKidneys

would certainly make up for It In Mrs. W. B.. Alexander was visit- t sr M '
her sister In Alachua last / f
one way or another. I would do ing

my share on the home front. One Wednesday. Help Them Cleanse the Blood fi
out would be Guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. R.
good way to help of narmfp\Bod7 Wade i
by donating generously to the Johns Jr., for this weekend are Tour kldneve are constantly flltertaflwute
Mro. Johns' parents Mr. and matter from the blood itream.But tM
need Is
The greaternow
Rod Crows. klde.y..om.tlw.lag.In their work-da ( t It
Mrs. J. H. Ritch of Jacksonville. ij ,
than ever before. Let us Dot met ee Nature ID&eDded-fa1l to remove
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Parks of. lmpurltl that If retained, meypoleen
alt, do our bit. tae eyiteai aad npeet the vbole
Jacksonville were week-end guestsof I body' maebinery.Symptoma ,
Mr. Parks' parents, Dr. and may be n f f'ln(...elea.....
.....IM...,beadeche,attaettlnc .of dl..ID/ ...
Mrs. W. B. Parks. ( np nlfhu. w.lllnc.. pnfllaeM I""
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0. P. A. RELEASEFEB. New Spring cottons arriving under the and ey la_e ..fe pep IIn and( ol etrengtb.Othif unoueaaxl.ty t,) ( ,t ""
dally at Leila's DresH Shop. tignm of kidney or bladder ..- "
Guest of Mra. Bertha Pearce order are. ".' .... .......Iac. ecaaty or ,t

,19TH TO MARCH 3Rb.C from Sunday until Wednesday too frequent ehould arlnatloo.There 'be no doubt that prompttraetment ..

\ was her sister Mrs. T. J. Thomas Doe..'. filli.le D.whir...'.than have been neclect.wtnnlaf Uee Apart/' ,
Valdosta, Ga. Another brother- new frlende for mere then forty yeera.They .. . o
have reputation.Are 1 :
.LOTS a njtion-wlde
in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. ._m..DeI...by iratef people the .
O. V. Phillips of Lake City spent Country 0".". Adl par ntigkooriDOANS t I"

Wednesday with her and Mrs.. If you've !been misled !by the word "premum"a! ,i
MEN'S and WOMENSTO Thomas accompa n led them to PILLS
Lake City to return to her .home I I applied to !beer, you ought to know the real! answer. <

from there. There are plenty of "premium quality beers'! '
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- ---- I ---- - - -JAX is one of the best of t them. But premium ,


Ct. MINIMUM quality is no excuse for premium prices because it
r I
a costs only a wee bit more to make a great beer "
in with outstanding
charges Keeping 'j
Service which omits no detail of than it does to make an ordinary beer. i i' :

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thoughtFulness and care. When you see the word "premium" applied '


t. to extra-priced beer, it simply means that the beer p

-:-;.;- in question has had to be shipped a long distance .I

DEWITT C, JONES R and that the shipping costs have been so heavy thatan

extra charge has had to be added to the price.If t
AMBuLANcE SERVICE
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yop are really a beer lover, you know that

'.,, ,: Funeral Director . long distance travel doesn't do beer any good. The
j"l.. -.
Phone 7 it after 'it leaves the the
f'i/fIl!! sooner you get brewery,

BE' SOLD STARKE FLORIDA :,' ...3 !better it tastes.

: .j'. JAX, the Beer of Friendship, is never shipped I l

WITHOUT RATION STAMPS great distances. That's why you don't have'to pay "

a "premium price" for JAX. Its superb flavor is

r Iw never impaired by long travel. That's why JAX

PRICES: REDUCEDand i ESNANDVEGETABLES S always has such a full, fine, mellow tang. .4*

So far as the word "premium" is concerned

RATION FREEA just remember that it is usually a camouflage wordto

.t, justify charging you more in order to pay shipping l

costs. i;
Chance To Get An Extra Pair of Shoes

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t and Save Your Stamp


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, i-_ BRADFORD COUNT OLKGRAPH.. STARKE. FLORIDA I
&AGermany's I
hereby are, required to appear to rual'3" nth. 1.41.
bad pest .OB' sweet potatoes; and the bill of complaint filed in said 1 (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..
Theatre1 Sunday, >Monday and very hard to eradicate on a farm cause on the_6th day of Ma..oh11 As Clerk of said Court. '.
Plans Tuesday. AI.f Plants should be purchased only 145 otherwise the allegations of i T. Frank Landrum Starke
,
SERVICE said bill will be taken as confessed AU. for PIt t:iPh:
;4 for Next War Woven around 'the theme that from Inspected and certified by the said defendants. It Is further -
IN CIRCUIT
ordered that this notice be COURT
i +! Shown' In Park Film the Nazis have merely been fig I stock. published once each week for four CRHY::"Y. FLORIDA,alyAa
KUDZU the great feed and soil consecutive weeks In the PradfordCounty
r. ureheads for the real leaders of OLBERT BROWN WOUNDEDPvt. JUDY McRAE WOUNDED I Telegraph a newspaper MIchael' X..lm-Shamh"I,
The shocking theory that Ger- Germany-the fanatics who evolved Olbert Lb Brown of Starke Pvt Julian E. (Judy) McRae, building crop should be set in published In Bradford County, Flor v.. Ida Reb..k. Anton podala I

many, already responsible for the "master race" theory was slightly wounded in France, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mc February. Full information on ida.At day Defendant.ORDER .OF Cane N o. 1637 Ian
7th ;
of this this PURLICAriOS
the value and use crop, Stark., Florida
both World in action on AND
which has motivated Feb. 3, according to word received Rae, waa wounded of February, Ju D. 145. FLORIDAPIABRebek
generalionright WarB-anj 'that these same leaders by his wife, Mrs. Grace Brown. Jan. 25 on Luzon. Mr. and Mrs. and method of settlng'the plantscan .A. J. THOMAS Br..Jlo..4County Anton OF : Podiror.u.t; :
to be-' bad In this office. The/ Clerk Circuit Court
even now preparing hospital McRae received the official War residence la Unknown 8\
are
He is now in a general Florida.9 4t 8-1
i tailed plans for a third attemptat in another twenty years notification on Feb. soil conservation payment is 16 You are required to
n try again somewhere in England.Pvt. Department March 16th, ap9e1
world 'conquest la the theme to conquer the world, the picture Brown was Inducted into 22, but prior to that had received : per acre for planting this crop. IN COUNTY CIRCUIT, FLOHlUAt COURT/ BRADFORD IN CHAN- named Court 1945.and cause In the ::1.l t

s' of the 'remarkable: sew movie, presents a vivid glimpse of their the Army in July 1944 and received a V-Mall letter from Judy stating Those who are interested should CKHY.Lonnle; County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce. nra4,t tOrder
shall\
known
at once. also as
see me
Thompson .
.
Race" which will operations. basic training at Camp : In next four weifci. t
Master ,
"g "the : I Lonnie Thom as 0 n. Plaintiff vs. Witness I,
at the Park The 'central character is a Blanding. He has been serving "Dear Mom, Mary frellu! Thompson Defendant.Case my hand and or'
seal at
occupy the 'screen ,! CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORDTOITNTY. .
ate IN No. 148ft.ORDER I l0thar1945F1oHda, thl, 'j
overseas with an Infantry regiment "I have received the Purple FLORIDA| IN 01IAN- OF PUBLICATIONAND I ruary
.. since last December. having been wounded in CERY. NOTICE TO APPEAR : (OFFICIAL ISBAL) A. J. 'rho
Hear John Huber Plaintiff vs. EileenHuber STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mary Aa Clerk of said Court
O UK -Specialty. '. ----0 Shrapnel from a Jap Defendant Oaee No. i<04. Bella Thompson whose residence Is Walter C. Hardesty, Dayton
FRANK ORIFFIS O. K. mortar shell hit me in the chest ORDER OI PUBLICATIONAND Unknown.You Fla.Atly. for Plf!, 2.16 On tl

!; t '9 Chili O Hot Dogs O SandwichesTHE Mr. and Mrs. J< M. Griffis have and left arm. It isn't ,bad, but STATE!NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Blleen March are 6th.required 1946 ,In to the appear above on !'

V heard from their: will put me out of action for; Huber, whose residence Is % Weir,, named'I Court and cause, wb..lnplalntltf ,
---- .. time. I am at a hospital 6530 South D o r c hester, ChicagoIllnals. seeks divorce Bradford
THE HOME quite some
D. Fran K
son,
: County Telegraph shall publish
,fir) OF HOME COOKINGerry's I now resting ana 'getting You are required to appear on this Order In next four weekly
Griffis stating
l l! r swell treatment. You can rest March 26, 1345, In the above nam I Isiues..
A that he is safe ed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Witness. my hand and official
assured that I am in safe hands seeks. divorce. Bradford County' seal at Starke. Florida this January -
d and w a a unin- and that I'll be O. K." Telegraph shall publish this OlderIn 29th., 1945. ,
t jured when the Pvt. Julian Mc- next four weekly Issues. (OFFICIAL /SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas,
His address Is:
e Witness my hand and official seal As Clerk of said Court.
r ship o n whichhe Rae-34787296 Co. L, I72nd Inf., at Starke, Florida this February William- D. Morgan, Jacksonville,
jISPV'' was a gun- Francisco Calif. 20, 1945. Fla. Atty. for Pit. 2-2 4t 2-23
APO 43, San ,
i. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
ner was recently All Clerk of said Court.T. IN nnct'iT COURT BRADFORD
sunk off the PHOTOGRAPHER'S ELITE Frank Lnndrum, Starke, Florida! rOI'NFY. FL.OHIOAI IN CHAN.CKItV -
r CALL STREET Hawaiian i Is- Atty. for Plf. 2-23 4t 3-18 :
e Mr. and Mrs. I. Lecln have re '- Boyd D. Pugh, Plaintiff vs QeorglePugh
NEXT noon TO WESTERN UNION lands. He has ceived word that their daughter,, IN CinrilT C'OI'n'r, RRADFORDCO Defendnnt. Case No. 3577.
In )'NTY, FI.OIIIDAl IN J-'HAN- PUBLICATIONAND
been .. the ORDER OF
7 l. ._ -_______ Evelyn, has received Ihe' rating CKRY. NOTICE TO APPEAR
Navy about two of Photographer's :Mate 3-c at the Naomi Boseman. Plaintiff vs. STATE OK FLORIDA to- Georgia No Matter
tl and a half years. where Cleveland no. e man Defendant. Push whose residence Is 677 FI..tView
1 1Jl Philadelphia Navy Yard Case No. 3810.OnDEH St. Norfolk Va.
she has been stationed for some OF PUBLICATIONAND You are required to appear on
i ry" ItURNEV IN HOSPITAL this NOTICE TO APPEAR March 12th., 1945 In the above What Branch
rating
w time. She was given FLORIDA to Cleveland -
STATE OF : named. Court and cause, wherein
Mr. and Mrs. Everett E. Bur-
the basisof whose residence and
without examination on BoMeman plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
ney, Sr., of 130 W. 17th St., In address U State Penitentiary. 1515Olnt County Telegraph shall publish this
experience pho-
It's the Quality of*leadership>i Jacksonville and former residents her past Street, Columbia South. Caro- Order In next four weekly IBHUCS.Witness of Service
tography. my hand and official'
7 'I of Lawtey, have received lina.You Rte required to appear on seal. at Starke, Florida this FebEXPERT -
word that their son. Sgt. E. E. March 26 1945 In the above namedCourt 1
: that makes Leaders NOTESBy and cause wherein plaintiff
;, (Pete) Burney Jr., Is in a general FARM seeks divorce custody of minorchildren You're In ,

i,1 hospital somewhere in England L. T. Dyer, County Agent and support money. Bradford -
.
,, < " County Telegraph shall publish -
as the result of frozen feet four weekly
State this Order In next
and a wounded hand. He received Vaccinating Hog appropriation Unties.Witness. S
1 for serum and virus my hand and official seal YOU'LL
ATLANTIC these Injuries on Jan. 5 In Bel- ALWAY
t' for vaccinating hoga is exhausted at Btarke, Florida, this February
.
22, 1945.
AteMoUfcfa gium.A and those having hogs vaccinatedwill (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
letter from Pete recently pay full price which will Aa Clerk of said Court.J. FINDA
the Leaders stated that hla feet were very for S. Harrison, 106 LAW Exchange
i art. range from about 50 cents Bldg Jacksonville Florida. Atty.
N II C sore but that he was receiving pigs to 75 cents or more for large for Plf. 2.23 4t 3-16
excellent care in the hospital. He "
1
Yi to be home hogs.New IN cincrir COURT. BRADFORD
Y hopes soon. Pasture Grasses. The COUNTY, FLORIDA IN: CHANCERY ; HEARTY

Florida Experiment:! Station at Lillian Schati Rosenfeld Plaintiff

'1 MEDICAL DISCHARGECpl. Gainesville has some new pasture vs. Maurice Rosenfeld Defendant,
sew eb.N.ag4 Ord.E Harold Grlffis. son of Mr. grasses which they wish I the Case No. 3530ORDER OF. PUBLICATION WELCOMEat

and Mrs. Arnold Grlffis Route 1, farmers to try. The grasses ''AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
Starke, has received a medical are ; STATE! OF FLORIDA to: Maurl..e'Ro..ntald
E .. .. ..... - .. .. .. which they are releasing now whose residence la %
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discharge at Ft. McClellan, Ala Giant Bermuda and Pangola or Mrs. Anna Rosenthal 1285 St. Johns. WORKMANSHIP

He had been in the Army two Dlgltaria. These grasses are much Place, Brooklyn N. Y.

a 44 JLC9P The Evening years and four months serving in better than the old grasses and March You 9th.are,, 1945 required. In the to above appear named on- .

P ',:H England and France as an office farmers should get some of them Court and cause., wherein. plain

Off" with clerk with an infantry outfit. for a starter. They do not make I Telegraph tiff peeks divorce.shall publish Bradford this County OrderIn ALL JVORKGUARANTEED JORDAN'BAR '!

seed, therefore, the plants must next four weekly issues.Witness .
Colonel Von Beck of the my hand and official
and set.
one be taken up this Feb-
seal at Starke Florida
Jjt Junker Old Guard who firmly be- Those wishing to get a load of ruary 7th, 1045.

DO NUTS lieves In German's destiny, even this grass should go for it on any An(OFFICIAL Clerk. of SEAL said)Court.A. J. Thomas ,

as the German armies are col Wednesday, or Thursdayin Beach.
: Tuesday. Walter C. Hardestv, Daytona YOU CAN ENTRUST YOUR
I sill ,,,0 On the Fla. Atty. for Plf. 2-9 4t 3-2
AND COFFEE lapsing. eve of surren- March. There is no chargefor
rt FINEST WATCH TO OUR
,,11 %" der he disguises himself as a Bel- the grasses. NOTICE: TO APPEARIt
ar CARE
,11'C bet1'd01, gian patriot and goes to the lit- Tobacco Blue Mold. This Is the appearing from the sworn bill

"" e tle village of Kolar in Belgium worst disease of tobacco plants of Court complaint of Bradford filed In County the ,Chancery Florida PADDY LIBRETTI, :MGl|

o where as the Allied forces marchIn and destroys plants in large num- by L. J. Wynn and Loula Wynn.
; ", he pretends to be anxious to bers It can be con- his Nlfe'against. \ ArthurW.. Tobey
\C.e every year. and his wife, Margaret L. Tobey, US WEST CALL ST.
", help in the task of'reconstruc- trolled if proper methods Is used. the same being a bill to foreclose TheSTAG

tlon. Either of two methods may be a. mortgage upon the lands that
are described In the bill of com-
Instead, he stirs up unrest a- used. One Is fumigation withparadiohlorobenzene plaint In said cause; that the defendants -

.. .. ...u.. .. ,.. ........ .... .. .._- .._ mong the villagers and sets them under clothin wife Margaret., Arthur L.W.Tobey Tobey are and resident 'hi.- Carter Bldg., Starke

Made from frewh against the American and British tight beds and the other of a state and
..i HAMBURGERS slrloia strek troops. With many of his fel ,method is the spray method. The than their' last the'known'State residence of. Florida and, and address -

ground low-fanatics doing the same thing fumigation is preferred but a was 75 Colby Road Atlantic .

: 1,1', :.. -' ... .. ..------.., ..-- -- I In'other occupied areas Von Beck tight bed and cover Is necessary. Massachusetts, which Is stated as
Is known to plain
'f The very finestgwtft'g hopes the ultimate result will be Those wishing further information particularly tiffs. That the as defendants. both are

; : HOT DOGS to arouse such dissension betweenthe about either method shouldsee I over the age of twenty-one years o e
Premium la In the s
: and that there no person
Allies and the peoples of me.
,.. .. .. .. State of Florida the service of a
-h. these areas as to make it easy Family Garden. There was subpoena upon whom would bind 4
Made from pure time when : the. said defendants. .
a family
ORANGEADE for Germany to launch anotherwar never a gar- It Is further ordered that said
)t Florida fruit at some opportune time In den was needed more than this non-resident defendants be, and

the future. year. With vegetables scarce and
.
-----"--- Gvergtodg
How the ambitious scheme high priced, the family that growsa

works out in,Von Beck's case pro good garden will find It profit YOU CAN GET

DAVIS SANDWICH SHOP vides the thrills in this drama. able.: A farm family should never REAL RELIEF 1

George Coulourls plays the partof buy any food that can be produced -

Von Beck, and Osa Masaen,, on their farm. Those who buy farm ACID :1 It
123 WEST CALL STREET food Instead of producing It are
"
$* INDIGESTIONSTROUT ct L n a
e Stanley Ridges have Importantroles taking food that should go to the
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In the film. armed forces, to laboring peopleor

r others who cannot produce it.
IN' ciucriT cot'RT. BRADFORD One big resolution that
te COUNTY., FLORIDA IN: C1IANticitr. every- ABOUT
? one should make who lives where BISMAREXCarpenter's

WONDER 6 Mary William. McCulloh Plaintiff,, food can be produced is to growa ,,
vs. Edgar Monroe McCulloh Defendant.
Case No. 8589, variety of food as far as possible
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND every month In the year to

I'' 111 STATE!NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Edgar supply the family needs with, Drug Store o

Mrs. Bessie Davis Monroe McCulloh whose Pout Office some to sell; and to can or store'
Address Is Seaman 1st Claud,
No.' 811-13-59.: % Receiving RaeeShoemaker an ample supply.Information .
SHOP California, and whose on growing vege-
Proprietor Residence Address Is % Mr. M. tables
and the control of diseases
't. d s 41;t Agner (Mother), Route 6. Box 1(6, :
/Salisbury: North Carolina.You and insects may be had for the I W. CELLS REAL I 4ie
BSTAT91
.
are required toappear on
March I8tb., 1945 In the above asking at my office. Greatest advertiser of .......
.. .. ,. named Court and cause wherein. Fruit On The Farm. A farmer- try proper?.. Ilu mode over
plaintiff seeks divorce and maiden fruit from n.OOO, MI*. of Home_FarmsAereaare. -
grower a neighboringstate .
name restored. Bradford County Bayer* Irons all over the.
Telegraph. shall publish this Order visited this section a few World. Free open tlitlnsr.

In next four weekly. Issues. years ago and was greatly aston E.A. STKOUT_ REALTY AGENCY
Witness hand and official
my
seal. at Btarke., Florida, this February ished at the lack of fruit treeson
9jt7dea4 12th., 1945. the farms. He said, he had Represented ,
(OFFICIAL, SEAl. A. J. Thomas, Locally by 9 to 9 Dally
An Clerk of said Court. thought fruit 'would 'grow here. Restaurant t t HourS
:
Walter C. _}Hardest" DaytonA Beach. Upon explaining to him that It F. C. 'IIOLLINGSWORTH Except TuesdayYou're
Fla. Atty. for Plf. 2-U 4t3-9 118 S. Walnut St. ,
ak 'i11 would, he was further mystified ",.

Real Mounted Alligators as to why it wasn't grown. He

said that practically every farmin

'r Lee Hyman Pocketbooks INSUllEm-E his section of' his State had at
least an acre or two of a variety I

of fruits or peaches, plums SvicMan
i pears a
Military Jewelry
.it; $1Z9WITII j WAR BONDS and other varieties. I explainedthat

there
were several reasons
i t Shell Novelties and Souvenirs why the farmers did not grow and are looking for .

fruit here but that the biggest

Head Scarfs and Pillow Tops reason was that they Just didn't. the the
right things at
A variety of fruit should be '

Mexican Handmade Jewelry DANCING'NIGHTLY<< grown on every farm In this T ''f-
.
county. Now is the time to get right price.

4t 0 Alligator Pocketbooks Billfolds and started, call at,my office for full

Key Cases L information.TREATING PEANUT SEED.

All seed peanuts should be treated VISITSHAFKIN"S
Toys and All Kinds of Easter Gifts at before planting by the proper I

for the Kiddies disinfectant: which kills disease

germs on.. seed A better stand
u : Shady RestS and thriftier plants are securedby

treatment of seed. It also 1

mailed pays to treat seed of corn Irish
SOUTH OF
(rots 1Ii potatoes and vegetable crops be- .
PALATKA ON HIWAY 11
and fore planting. The proper disin- "THE STORE ALL SOLDIERS KNOW"II'I'.r
fectants
Music By may be purchased at
most seed stores.
i reel BOB FINLEY SWEET POTATO WEEVILSare


h t mu "The Old Maestro"and his of the prevalent county In,. the and same, care sections shouldbe JEWELRY GIFTS UNIFO

SOUTHERN 8ERENADERS taken not to transfer them to

.; I unlnfested farms by potatoes,

plants or vines. The weevil Is a .

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Yr )1118I COUNTY TBXEQIlAPn. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEVENoodlawn
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p . . e . e .1 and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard. before .. . . . . . e eState NOTICE OK APPI.irTIOV I94S. ''ii

.s.Lawtey taking a position at the At- (*eat Foil. TX mil >KKU o. i wi> Dated, A. this O. 1945.!Ilnd. day Of .February i I !

lantic ville. National Bank In Jackson- HamptonBy FarmBy NOTICE K. Y. Saxon IS:: HRHKBY, holder of OIVISN Tax Certificate That (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, I I \ "j
'
lyrle BalUIte By EVELYNE M.... M. C. Svrwwy Mra. WhitfieldBIRTIID.IY No. 104, leeued the let., day Clerk of, Florida.Circuit Court. t3 nf BradfordCounty 4t 3-18 ';
WARREN
y.:M1'8.. . . . .' . . . . . . MISs Evelyn Edwards and Miss . .. ., . . . . . . .Bryan. . . . In of my July office A. D.and 1941.nan has marie filed application same- I ,
Louise Crosby'who are employeesof for a tax deed to be teeued

[rge crowd enjoyed tbe fish Mr and Mrs. Ed Durban were The Bell Telephone Company MARY ANN WILLIAMSThis PARTYA the thereon.following Said 4eicrlb certificate property embraces In '

ell at the Woodlawn for visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jake Shu-.|Iin Starke were visiting friends community was deeply beautiful cake Iced in pink the County of Bradford, State of laHd,1' /d ,
arch Saturday night ford Monday evening. and relatives here Monday even- grieved when It learned of the and green and topped with six Florida to-wltt 1Uf

ung people.re George F. Young was In Jack- Ing. death of little Mary Ann eleven I; candles graced the dining room 8 1 of A and on W adjoining Hid of Hy SW>Suction< of NWVi 19,

| will be services at the sonville on business Tuesday: F. R. Carradlne was in Jacksonville months old daughter of Mr. and table when Joyce Williams celebrated Township 7 South Hange 11 East Kmf'-!
Mrs. 1 acre more or I......
with Frank
Williams her
Church each Sunday Mrs. Melvin FlItch was shop on business MondAY. who died birthday Friday after- :
I The aaaenement of the said
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School at 10:30( : and ping In Jacksonville Tuesday and Mrs. O. Brown of Lawtey and very suddenly last Tuesday evening : noon. Many colored sweet peas under the said certificate property 1s-

worrtip at. 11 a. M.K Wednesday.Miss Mrs. Marcus Brown of Starke Feb: 20, at her home here. I and yellow Jasmin effectively arranged cued was In the name of unknown. Start Your Post-War' ,
T:30.( Come, were The little one had had added to the party-like
Service Is at Merry Beth visiting relatives In Tallahassee a slight Unices said certificate hall be 7
someone g with you. Starke spent Knight of several days last week. Illness a few weeks ago, but had atmosphere of the home of her redeemed according; to law, the Planning Now! , ,
Wednesday .
I Raulr n of Jacke with Miss night Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dlnkins. apparently recovered and seemed parents. Mr. and Mrs. I. .1, Williams property described therein will be For "
O. J. Beatrice Edwards.R. Place Your..Order Now ,
regular appoint- Misses Vera Mae Mosely and In good health. A heart attack for this occasion. Follow- old to the highest bidder at the
his L.
filled and 'Mnl. Bradley was In Jacksonville Evelyn Warren were ,visiting was given by the doctor as ing the opening of her gifts, the courthouse door on the flrnt Monday The Following: Appliances: ;
I Sunday ntdSa Wednesday. the cause of her little honoree and her In the month of April 194R,
night friends In Baldwin Sunday even- untimely death. guests were which Is the Ind., day of April.
EarI"E
son ape Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. d w ards, George Ing. Funeral services were held at the served ice cream and cake. Mrs.
L e home of Vess and Marvin Warren were at Raymond Appleby USN was grave In Kingsley Lake Ceme- Williams was assisted In entertaining BENDIX

Refuse the State Farm Friday.Mr. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. E. War- tery with the Rev.-W.. A. Scott the children by Mrs. R. P. AUTOMATIC

I. L. W. Page and son were and Mrs. O. W. Roberts ren and family Saturday.Mr. officiating. Besides her parents Stubbins Sr., and Mrs. H. K. kD.

g Mrs Corrlne Nettles Sun-. were in Jacksonville Wednesday and Mrs. J. R. Shuford and she Is survived by a sister Nell Tyus and boys and
t the State Farm Hospital.L evening. family are moving to Staunton. her grandparents Mr. and Mrs.J. tended the party were Lynn Or- 1

and Mrs. O. J Raulerson Miss: Jewell Eagle was shopping Va.Miss L. Williams, Hampton and Mr. mond Joyce Davis, Buddy and HOT POINT

irs. Rachel Browning were In Jacksonville Wednesday.Mr. Debbie Phillips of Max- and Mrs D. W. Johnson Jacksonville Kenneth Stafford Delores Ann IJREAKFAS'fand

Mrs. S. J. Futch at the and Mrs. Vernon Silcox of vllle was visiting her brother and and many other relatives. Wainwright Robert Earl Cham- REFRIGERATORS

g Starke were visiting Mrs. Silcox' sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Sincere sympathy Is extended to bers, Johnnie Ralph Ursery Caro- RANGES

Farm.T parents. Mr and Mrs. O. W. Phillips Sunday.Mr. the family in their great loss. lyn Crews Sandra Williams Ed- see how much better WATER HEATERSAs

Roberts and Mrs. Michael were na Crews Dianne and Randy you feel all day.
.
Thursday LADIES 1
evening.Mrs. COUNCIL I.
j
CIIUISTIA6artiIU1Wl9OF Hardee Mary Rivers Stubbins.
visiting relatives in IntercessionCity
Loulebelle Moore and Mrs. Mrs. T. C. Chastain was host .
STARKE 'several daysaat week. Fielding Chapman and Kenneth These Become Available .
George Roberts were in Jacksonville ess to the Ladles Council at her
Call and Christian Sts. and Harold Tyus.
r Mr. and Mrs. Paul Starlingwere CAMPDINER We Will Fill OrdersIn
Pastor Thursday evening. home on Wednesday, Feb. 21. Dueto ,
W. O. Smedley, the wcek-er.d of Mrs.Starling's .
guests the BRIDGE CLUB MEETING Order of "
l-lces as follow: Mrs. Robert Campbell and son absence of the president Application
-e School each Sunday at Bobby of Leesburg spent several Croft In Jacksonville.mother, Mrs. Edith Mrs. W. K. Griffin Mrs M. C. Mrs. P. D. Fancher Sr., en- I

days here last week-wlth Mr. and Mrs. Sweeney had charge of the pro- tertained the State Farm Bridge BED LAMPS
m. Charles Shuford and
Club at her home aft-
and communion ser- Mrs. Jake Shuford. gram. Interesting comments and Wednesday

at chiog 11 a. m. and 7S p. m. Miss Arthurine Blanchard who daughter. Shuford's of Virginia brother are and visitingMr. sister- discussions were held on the ternoon of last week. Sweet peas, & DESK LAMPS +

meeting each Wednes- was formerly employed at the topic: "What does the Church calla lilies and azaleas were usedto Corner Call & Cherryhighest
yer in-law Mr. and Mrs John Shu-
T:30:: m. Broward Bank & Trust Companyin mean to You?" At the close of advantage In the rooms where
t p. ford.
Cove Ft. Lauderdale Is the devotional and business the tables were placed. Prizewinners
or's residence: Green spending a period s RADIO
s. few days with her parents Mr . . . . . .0. Mrs. Chastaln assisted by at thin meeting were as '
Mrs. Gerald Adklns. served Ice follows: High Mrs. J. R. Kite;

Pine LevelBy cream 'and cake. second high,Mrs. L. F. Chapman; Quality SERVICE (

and "bingo", Mrs. Fielding Chap-

Old Sarge's Place 'Mra.. H. M.' McRae Mr. ,and Mrs. Gilbert Lamor- man. Each prize was a numberof STEAKSand

. . . . . . eaux, who have resided In Mel- Savings Stamps. Mrs. Fan- .
rose for the past two years returned -: Cher's refreshments consisted of WINKLER

ARKE'S ORIGINAL Church services at Pine Level to Hampton this week to i pineapple upside-down cake and

Church were well attended Sun- make their home. They are now i coffee. CHOPS '

ARMYTORE day morning and there were more located in the Priest Cottage and ELECTRIC
BRIDGE CLUB MEETING:
r than one hundred in the Sunday have purchased the large apart .St'
Last Friday afternoon Mrs L. .
ment house the
School classes. Guest speaker near railroad.
F. Chapman entertained the SERVICE
Sunday evening was singer Miss Louise Newsome of Gren-
Starke Bridge Club of which she Open 9 A. M.-9 P M.
Homer Rod eheaver of Wenona ada, Miss., was the week-end .226 Temple Ave.
is a member and several additional
Lake lid. guest of her brother and sister- Daily Except Thursdays ,
at her home.
guests Spring
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall and in-law Pvt. and Mrs. Lynn New- II I
Authorized flowers lent a festive air to the

children of Jacksonville and Miss som.Mrs. rooms used on this occasion and ,- .. ..". _._._ ,_._._,_,_nn
By The War Department Betty Clements spent the week- Lizzie Wynn of Jackson Mrs. Chapman served a chicken
end with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc- I
ville has been
visitor
a recent
salad course at; the conclusion of 1
Rae. i the games. Defense Stamp prizes SERVICES
here.Mrs.
Cpl. and Mrs. Ronald Wilson
Operated ,' Wilson ,May and sons, were awarded to Mrs. Ethel
and niece Miss Eleanor Jones
Dilly and Spencer have returned Biggs as holder of high club
By an ExSoldierHEADQUARTERS with Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae
spent the week end in Miami from Washington D. C., where score to Mrs. Herbert Hitch as EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT
they visited for several weeks. holder of high guest score and to
with Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Grover.
They were accompanied by Mrs. Mrs. O. L. Haynes 'for her luck
They also visited relatives In Ft.
May's sister-in-law Mrs. L. H. In "bingo".

FOR ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES Pierce The and house UmatUIa warming while for gone.Rev. parents Lambert, Mr.who and will Mrs.also H.visit D. May.her Miss Janet Anderson of Starke SUNDAY SCHOOL 3 P. M. Ji s

and Mrs. W. E. Hall at their new spent the past week-end with
Mrs. Marlon Gnann and children
NOVELTIES and JEWELRY home Friday evening was a great Miss June Caldwell. : ,
success. Florrie and Jimmy, of Jack Everyone Invited To Come And Feel 11
sonville spent several days with Sarah Beth Gramlln of Lake
Mrs. Owen, McRae of Lake: her sisters. Mrs. C. L. May and City was the guest of her sister, ,t You.Are A Part OF Us.O : Iij'Ii

sloW'sA'rrp.y.Store Butler spent the week-end with Mr. May Sweeney., Mrs Drew Sweat last week-end.
S
en his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis and '
VcRae. Mrs. Eva Kempers of Washington 'Ii?
family visited Mr. and Mrs. !i
D. C., is the guest this
Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall spent George F. Williams In Macclenny
week of her sister Mrs. II. B.
with their son-in-
Monday night Thursday evening. ;
law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.J. Wiggins. Gospel Mission a c;
Mrs. Fielding Chapman spent :

E. Murshee In Hilliard. .. . . . . . Thursday in Jacksonville. Return-
!9) E. Call Street Starke, Fla. Remember Sunday morning and Ing with her were Mrs. Frank A. of God '
services at the Pin Assembly
evening ,
GrahamBy Smith and Mrs. Robert S. Chapman
Level Church. .
. . of Orlando who !
- -- ----) wore guestsof

. . . . . . Airs. Edward Norman Mr. and Mrs. L. F, Chapman JUST WEST OF II GATE, CAMP BLANDING ;
. . .
r r . r ior several days.
J. A. BROOKS MINISTER
Theressa Miss Jackie Armstrong left ,
HIRES THE Lon Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney
Wednesday for a short visit with
'
In Beach busi- !
were Daytona on
By Miss Ida Hagan relatives in Charlotte N. C. .,j
WHFfw#, . . . ness last week. .,
.
.
. r 7 Mr, and Mrs. Roy Starlingwere Miss Myra Land and Mrs. Roy rj i"i"I ",

Mr. and Mrs Roscoe May and. visiting Mrs. Starling's parents Land of Tampa and Mrs. Cecil THROUGH THESE PORTALS !(
Hill and children Wendell James
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Greenof I'li
D.
Landam of Washington,
Mrs.
how to spenda C., and Mrs. H. D. May of Hampton Heilbronn Springs Monday and and Carroll of Zephyr hills came PASS THE BEST SOLDIERS' ,t:
to visit Mr and Mrs.
Thursday
visited their aunt Miss Ida Tuesday.On ON EARTH
E. G. Land. Miss Land and :Mrs. ;
the "measles list" in our :
pleasant hour or .
I Hagan Saturday.The Mr. community this week are Julian Land returned to Tampa Sunday I : j
Thomas family visited ,
two with your friends : .. I and Mra. Lee Burkhart In Hampton Tommy Wasdln, Dyal.Billy Broughton and while Mrs.for a Hill longer and ''children stay. remained J 'I'I'I t ,

II Sunday. ,
\ I II Mrs. J. C. Cochran Mrs. A. H. Pvt. Albert Davis of Camp After a week's visit with Mr. WAh& I

Kelsey and Mrs. J. S. Swindell Robinson, Ark., arrived Tuesdayto and Mrs M. C. T urn ey Mrs. ,
)rop into Blanding Center ,: visited In Hampton Thursday and spend a leave with his parents, Charles W. Turney and little

:1 Friday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Davis. daughter Joanna returned to "I

*ar . Order ti a: glass! of Sf S 1-c B. F. Geiger of Sanford Beryl Casey S 2c'of Daytona their home In Jacksonville Thurs f:1

visited his mother Mrs, Dickinson Beach spent Monday with his day.En , j '

e cold beer and just ( last Thursday and Friday. p a r e n ta, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. route from their home In :

*'!" Lacy Thomas of Lake Geneva Casey. Sopchoppy to Jacksonville Lor- '

|it back and relax in ... visited Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Beck visited Mrs. Lydia Hall Tuesday.Mrs. enzo Cox and Clinton Cox wereovem'lght : j'
guests of Mr. and Mrs. .
Saturday. W. D. Garrett of Starke "
he most popular spot in town Mra./ Thornton Johns and visited her mother, Mrs. J. P, Lynwood Watts Wednesday. 1 .I.r' I
daughter Gladys of HamptonDo Dickinson Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Chambers ,' '; '.

Thomas Mrs. Beck and spent last week-end with Mr- and

You. Too. Suffer WithBACKACHE Miss Ida Hagan were vlsiyng In Mrs. Earl Chambers In Monti- t

LANDING Melrose Tuesday.Mrs. cello.Mr.

A. H. Kelsey and Mrs. and Mrs M. D. Young were

ENTEL: ? due to EdneT Trouble? Tbausoadb Ben Loper and son were business dinner guests of Mr. and, Mrs.

gel leliel liT using! BONO-FLUSH. visitors In Palatka Wednesday. Ira Young In Lak. Butler Sunday

A fMAYBELLE Bold for ever a quarter oi a centurf Mrs. J. S. Swindell and son In the afternoon they attended

HYDE 'on a _.T-back Guarantee. were visiting relatives In Lake the baptismal service for 4 4 I

MANAGER Gel Ye a Bottle Now .t Geneva over the week-end. Ira Young in the. Spring at

STORE Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Packham Worthlngton.
KOCH DRUG
James Partain and lit' Kite and )
and Mrs. Mr. and MM. J. R.
'- tle daughter Shirley were business their guest. Mrs. J. H. Butch I

visitors In Gainesville Mon spent Sunday In Ocala with Mrs. ,
'
day. Alice McPherson.
it''s
IN CIRCUIT COI/RT. BRADFORD Mrs. R. P. McLendon and son fr':
COUNTY FLORIDA IN CIIA.H-; 'Spanky", went to Jacksonville
CKIIV.Violet to visit relatives for sev- ,Y
Sunday
.
Dennis Joseph Plaintiff, v* '
Charll. Joseph V.f.ndanCa.o eral days. I
\1
GISLAIN'Sfor No. 3S90. R. L. Or Iff Is who Is In U.S.N.Is .
ORDER OF PUBLICATION .f
1 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR spending a fifteen day leave .

STATE OP FLORIDA to: Charlie with his parent, ,Mr. and Mrs.
Joneph, whose reeldenc I I. lite. No. 1 service men through
S, Berlin, MarylandYou 1 James Grlffis. ;
: ar. required to appear on .
March Itth., 1145, In the above IN CllirriT COIIIT: n"lJrORD the portals of P. S.
I nam.d Court and cause wherein COUNTY FLOIIIU.il I* CIIANCharlee -
plaintiff ceeke divorce and rentora- CLIIY. .
tlon of maiden name. Bradford O r.a ory Plaintiff, ra
NEXT County Telegraph .hall publish this 'Joeephlne Urecory Defendant. Caee Stores. There MUST IIBRADFORD
Offer In n.xt tour weekly ieeuea. No. 1606,
DOOR Wltneee my hand and official OKDER: OF PUBLICATION r S
JF' seal at Htarke.. Florida, this February ; AMI NOTICE TO APPEAR be a reason.
12th., im. i STATE OF FLORIDA to I Jo.*-
TO (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. I. Thomas : hlne Orea-ory whose residence I I.
A a Clerk of said. Court.T. 664 Ovlncton Avenue Brooklyn.New .
KOCH'S Frank andrum. Stark. FloridaAtty. ; York
; for Plf. t-lt U 1AT -' You are required to appear on
If" 1 March 28. llU, In the above named
Court and came, wherein plain
FIRST tiff ...k. divorce. Bradford County STORES ar

Shell Novelties Greeting Cards Costume Jewelry SIGN 0'nliP .D ,Tel.graph' shall my weekly hand publleh Imtuee.Wltnena and this.official Ord.r

0'" .D..1 at Htarke, Florida this Feb. U. fAT
ruary 10, 1945.
Painted) Scenes Gifts For Children (OFFICIAL, :AI.) A..1. Thomas, STATION ) ; 'fa
Florida
(Hand 666CoJd.PJepaJOtlong \. Clerk nf aald Court. BLANDING,, BUS
USE T. Frank Landrum $: tarks. Florid !
Atty. for Plf. JoU U 1.18 7
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r Kimrr BRADFORD COUNTY TEL.KORAPH. STARKK. FLORIDA _H __n _n FRIDAY. l\lAJu.b__ .


+', ; Jewish Council BOY SCOUT NEWS Lt. Adkins Awarded I Canning:,Program Should Be Mapped At Time i ,..elms I\\;:" ,, . -

Met ?.February 26, TROOP 70 Bronze Star MedalLt. Garden la.. Being Planned, Home Worker Says 0 ; rn ., 4 :

A regular business J meeting- Scout troop 70 held Its regular' A. Z. Adklu,*:11'., son. of The very best time for a home into the night to save bushels of

the Starke Jewish Council was weekly meeting Monday night at Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins of canner to map her 1945 canning beans. Over-planting of beansor '

held on. Feb. 26 at the home of the Armory. Senior Patrol Leader Starke, has been awarded the campaign is when gardening whatever the problem vegetable The Gift That Only You Can Give. .

:)Ir, and Mrs. Jack Zevln. Joe Monteith opened the meetIng Bronze Star Medal "for heroicachlevement.1it members of the family are studyIng may be-Is the usual cause .

tat with the formal oath and France on Oct. 2, seed lists and measuring gar of such canning sprees. YOUR
This organization, successor "
taw and the Allegiance to the _104.1.if*-, .In.. _frtnnAJ______ den rows. Here are approximate figures PHOTOGRAPH
to the Army and Navy Committee Flag. The regular business session tion with mllit To help families whose gardenswill suggesting the number of feet of
of the Jewish Welfare Board,
I USO, has recentlya formed was held followed by a a r y operations be ample enough to allow garden row that It takes to yield Studio open each'' day till

P for the of coordinatingall II knot-tying relay. against the enemy" ,. "some vegetables over" for home 1 bushel: Pole snap beans, SO 9 p. m., including: Sunday. ,
i ? purpose Prospective..lCout Thomas Har- a c cording'to t canning the U. Department of feet; bush snap beans, 100 feet; No appointment
charitable and"clvic. activities necessary'sSatisfaction
; ding' was 'Introduced to the group an announce- ly? Agriculture offers these points on, lima beans, 150 feet; beets, 50 ':"
p' with the '''view of chanelling all Guaranteed "'
{ funds involved through owe-course.: :.] and Is 'noWj-qn probation for his ment from the' planning: feet; carrots, 50 feet. Good yields .
Tenderfoot requirement. Present 80th Infantry.'. a 1, Make room for- tomatoes.' should do' better. 'than these avertsage
the
Plans were formulated for I'at the meeting was Rev. Mr. Division I Head- ] With most home; canners, they figures,. but,It Is safer to
HOLLYWOOD
: Camp''Blahflfng
entertainment of &
CAMERA.
; GIFT
t soldier and their wives, during Grover Alison with the following quarters. 'He has"j top the vegetable list, for good count ''on conservative estimated'. ,. SHO!
tl the Passover' Holidays.; : scbuts: Joe' Monteith, Emanuel also been re ent- 'i reasons: Tomatoes are easily and The table below lists vegetables ;.i '''M' .
ooming .t
/ i Tljiakos Kdw.ard Shull, Lewis !, ly, promoted safelycanned'in' a boiling water- suited to home'banning and"shows Call Street. ",AfrllaUroadi '

., kaine'n! Harold Lennon, Van from 2nd' Lieutenant bath) canner, The: canned,.toma- approximate: : amounts that canning J ';....(" '.1-. .

Beware Coughs*r Prlpst'! ,):: 441rp)it scouts were Ken. "to. 1st P toes store _up vitamins A and, C takea> .. ,:' ''' ". \i '
lieutenant. for winter? nd'they..may. be .used Beans,. lima, In 'pod:-.-!. bu. dill
-m"
.
.a from common colds The. citation"( given, jij,'cnneco. many ways for, variety ,(32 .Ib.) yields 6-8 qts. 4. to 5 Ib.. 'f' .
. .'just like mother tion withthe: : 'medal'"stated: "
2. If there is a steam pressure yield 1 qt.Beans "

1 ThatHaJ1g .OnCreomulsion used. to malfr'LAPPE "On 2 October 1944/.'r.t.dklna canner in. the. house, 'or a/ .community snap: "l bu. ((30 Ib.) -

led a mortar section 'Platoon i In ,, canning( center near by, yields 15 to 20 qts. 1 1-2 to 2 Ib. i : Rom.where: Isit.;. :ry Joe Ma
at relieves promptly because I ; ;
consider other
,, it goes right to the seat of the O aupportof a'rltW Company In an puttjng up vegetables ':yield lqt., _
4 rt', trouble to help loosen and expel attack on an' enemy held town, If you would like to havea Beets, without tops: 1 bu.

I f'' germ laden phlegm; and aid nature the objective was successfully attaIned ''canning center In your com- ((52 lb.) yields 17 to 20 qts.\2 ,12

/ to soothe and heal raw, tender. Inflamed but the problem of supply munity for use perhaps one day to 3 lb. yield 1 qt. It'' America Has its

branes. Tell bronchial your druggist mucous to sell memo you was complicated by the fact that I each week, '&IIk'Mrs.. Mary G. .Carrots; -7 1 bu. ((35 lbs,)) yields '

b a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding the enemy had perfect observer Leonard, your Home DemonstraHnn 16 to 20 qt.. 2 1-2 to 3. .}p b- yield. Portrait' ,** :!ited
you must like the way it tion from the high ground behind r Work.r- ,,1- ne. 4

quickly have allays the cough or you are the town. On his own Initiative, n3. Ke-p--I mind the length (of Corn, sweet, in husks: 1 bu.
to back.
your money ? 's
GREOMULSION 7 Lt. Adkins Immediately organizeda the can-opening season. Many ((35 lb.) yields 8 to 9 qts. 6 to- Dan Mascon'a cousin, an honestAnd from where I s
r group from his platoon and set vegetables grow for'only about 16 ears yield 1 qt. to couldn't have
tc-goodness
artist came our a better
for Coughs.Chest Colds,Bronchitii Out> to replenish ammunition stocks 22 weeks, leaving 30 weeks for Greens: 1 bu. ((18 Ib.) yields
heard Whether it's
town. And when he we a weenie
under the hazard of artillery -I using the home-canned 6 to 9 2 to 3 Ib. 1 ro
9--- '" H .. II ...._ ,_..... ad ..... "-- ,_, H' enemy supply. qt. yield qt. were having a weenie roast he our town or a square dam
and mortar fire. Upon re- 4. Plant varieties, as well as I Peas, green In pods: 1 bu.
e Lr turning safely with the required kinds of vegetables,that' take well (SO. Ib.) yields 12 to 15 pt. 2 to asked could he come and bring Wisconsin; farm, It's all a]

EVERY BRANCH OF supplies, he learned that the Ride to 'canning. If in doubt ask L. 2 1-2 Ib. yield 1 pt. his paints. 'America part of our ,

Company was urgently In need T, Dyer, Cou n t y Agent, about Squash: '->1 bu. ((40 lb.) yields After be got through1working borliness, our love of fu,

of ammunition and rations.. With varieties for your locality. 16 to 20 qt. 2 to 2 1-2 lb. yield on his canvas;.-;be bad as DIce pleasant living

!JisuI'ance utter disregard for his personal 5. If you plan to can part and 1 qtu r a pIcture' of us enjoying ourselves Because our right to III

safety and despite pain from a buy part of the winter vegetable Tomatoes:'.- .1 bu. (53 lb.) asujrou,could ask for... temperate beverage like I Ia 1

v knee Injury, Lt. Adkins volun- supply, consider which foods will yields 15 to 20 qt 2 1-2 to Sib. complete to the last little detail of bur American
part he
tarily and in the face of concentrated best repay family efforts,to pre- yield 1 qt.. e
..from Molly Burtle's dimples 'of
. '. fire secured the them personal freedom.
, enemy serve from standpoints of Water Bath Cannerm
to the foam Ed Carey's )
supplies, and succeeded In return- nutrition, prices and rationing. Enough metal for' the* manu on glass

H. C. WALL A ing with them. The 'outstanding Also keep in mind family likes and facture of about 500,000 enamel- of beer. CL, 1/.1

\ courage, tireless efforts and sincere dislikes when' deciding to put upa ware water-bath canners has been "I'm calling it a portrait of OI./V

devotion to duty displayedby large amount of some vegetable allotted by the WPB for the 1945 America," Dan's cousin says.

Agency Lt. Adklna exemplify the fin- home canning season. These canners .

est traditions of the Armed For- 6. When estimating amounts to will be manufactured In only
No. 107 of a Series Copyright 1945 U ces of the United States." be canned, see how far these will one Ize. They must be large ,
x i st Constant Service 50 Years
a Ovejr Lt. Adkins Is a graduate of The go toward providing nourishing, enough to- hold 7 quart Jars, or r'--' ---

,ti lt Citadel In South Carolina and received appetizing, and varied meals. \9 pint Jars, or 4 half-gallon jars, C I''ANCEb

Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED his commission at the O. 7. Do count your vegetables be- and deep enough to cover a stand-

__ C. S., Ft. Benning, Ga. fore the garden Is planted. Thatis ard quart jar 'with at least one
., __ ._. -
ii ltY gain some Idea of likely yields Inch of water. Racks for the t 1141 !
and how much will be extra for canners will be of carbon steel. ? SEEKTime
neth Grl d e r, Marcus Clayton,
Y ADS Paul Canova, Henry Manasaa, and canning. A real canner's dilemmais The.new canners may be expected
Charles Gross. discovering one summer day to come on retail markets In

:;;? : An Important meeting Is called that she must marshal all hands small lots from now on into the c.LX
;:! MATTKUHSnS; of all kind. renovated MHUNCUH 81TPPORT8 individually for a canning spree and work far summer
PiJ'I', I furniture upholstered and designed., Mrs. Bertha l'eal'c"1 i Sad for Monday night, March 5, to
,' reflnlMivd Drop tin a card.HASTINtlS Went Madison Ht. 7-J8-4tp!{ be held at the Episcopal:; Rectory. a < E rr? trs
fl\t MAT-IRK83: CO., JOK : < J
}\' :' 230, Palatka, Fla. tf Foil 8AI..K)-New, Modern B room All scouts are requested to be In Rotarians 'Take Over' At The TabernacleSunday
:, J.I house on Huntii Fe Lake. Contact uniform. The main event of the
_ WAN Kit 1U HUY-hiiuill. tricycle C. b,:. Clem, Gainesville. Flu. 3.2 USO As Hosts
M I ',I'I' .. for 2-ywnr-old ihltd Writ Box 2tp' evening will be the formal Initi- was another day of
\i''I }. 431-H or call at lilt Lafayette Ht. ation of Harold Lennon as Tenderfoot Saturday Night blessing at the Tabernacle. Each

I{\" i Hp roil HAI.i at;-Clarke Uned trailer Amusements$170. Inquire scout. Scouts are urgedto meeting brought its own !inspiration. -

"" '. WANTED TO HUY-CompoKt man. Temple Ave. I 3-2 2tp on make this a 100 percent meet- Just what makes a USO Club The Soldiers' Hour was of To Get for
Starke sire' xpitmdur.. Joe Urlfflu, Hr, Ing. Since this is the first meet- tick will be learned at first hand special interest with Homer Rode- Ready Spring Plantir

: "? Z-S3 2tp WANTED bUHlnvHN Route Apply man Denmark for furniture Fur- Ing of the month, a new record by members of the Starke ,Ro- heaver the guest speaker and E CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OP GARDEN

,';j""+y; ,"r. roil need.SAfII Priced according tints, ribbon to length cane niture .Company. It program Is going to be estab- tary Club when' they serve as song leader, accompanied by Miss FLOWER SEED

'.rf rA{"1 I. anA quality. P. C. llodffeH. Ittx.S. . LOHT-Ldtdlea billfold con talnlnir lished. Saturday night' hosts at the Helen Benner. A large attentive

r ':.1\1"\ '.. marke.. 1-23 2tp rash and valuable papers. OoUl Temple Ave. &> Washington St audience, many people from out '.-0
t.ri1' lettering Betty Herring; Heward.80t : .
Ml PLANTS FOR SALK-Tomato, p..pt' I N. Walnut. TROOP 112 unit. of town, took advantage of this
j' per, egg plant cabbage, lettuce. Itp SEE US FOR BABY CHICKS
I Hlgginbotham .
,,'",r': broccoli, onion and collardlt.-.J. FOIL N.L19-2 story concrete block Gilbert S. Newcomb Is the new J P. director of opportunity.The .\,
W. Bell Lake Monroe, Fla. Assistant Scoutmaster of the club, announced yesterdaythat service
I building with 8 furnished apartments Troop evening was cli-

t'.l."tyY.. FOR SALE-Tomnto plant- -, Mar. Pi'Iced. to Income sell F.1200 C per HolilnK"-month. 112, succeeding Olin White, Jr., members of Rotary had en- maxed by the administering of SISTRUNK FEED & SEED STORE
,:\ '?! 4i", globes and KutNrerft. ready now.Ha worth It thusiastically agreed to take over the baptismal ordinance and re-
: 'If{ who was recently inducted into
Inn ,
i > Poultry .Farm located on
\ the varied duties of the unit for
",; : old Thomas ,. miles ceiving new members.A .
I place Itt out
FOIt i+AI.K-J good mule at the Newcomb
my Mr.
;'}I' on old Camp Ulandlim road. farm Hellbronn Springs J. H.Walnwrlght Army. came the eve n 1 ng.Jjl'The' committees I spiritual feast is looked for-

:'"I\;4' 3-23 4tp Starke. 2-1 2tpLC to Starke several months ago we're announced"as follows: ward to in the coming, next BUILDING 'MA.TERIAtlNRATIo.NED" !
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''h WANTKI1-White. farmhand "Rondproportion. >HT-2 Town, one white,. brandedQ. from Orlando and has been active Lobby Hosts: L. A. Davis, Grover Thursday and Friday night at 8 .
,1" .f See J. p. Sullivan,
,\ Coca-Cola plant. It I., one red speckled, brandedI. in church and civic work. Alison. P. M., of Harry F_ WoOds of the
I : .. > AVAILABLE'NOW
is t SuppoHed" to b freMh. He- -- .,
>I, !.o''',: J FOR HALF.-Or trade. 70 acre farm ward. Frailer Shaw, Stark. Fla Scoutmaster M. C. Ware announces Lounge Hosts: Bill Clute, Fred Oriental Missionary Society. Rev.

,t l''.l nicely divided pasture wood and 3-1 StpFOIt that'a very successful F. Stump Woods speaks with a knowledge ROOFING 0 CONCRETE BLOCKSCEMENT
.f' ( oultlvated land with farm house of'things as they are in the Orient
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;.tJ.l< ,I. and two cabin now rented. Farm SAL.K ItutRer Tomato plant. meeting of the troop was held Library Hosts: Gene Matthews, SHEETROCK .
,i,', ib; I lit on Klandlnahighway. t mile IJ per' thouxand Southern Plant Joe Hoover. for he has been In active missionary INSULATION BOARDS MASONRY CEMENT
"Farm Arcadia Fla. 3-1 4tp Monday night at the Methodist
; froml.tarke
"" Mrs. L. M. Clark, service for the past 27 ROCKW1OOL
ljil;;//1"I! Brookilde Farm FOR SALE-Log house and tI H recreation building. Two new Game Room Hosts: E. K. Ferryman years. When war broke out be- WINDOWS CRUSHED STONE
M' acres of land 200 ft e> 'Little boys, Marcus Brown and Marvin Bill Mundy. .. GRAVEL
4; WANTED TO BUY OR RHNT ...:. ,)te;' tween Japan and the U. S. he DOORS

4d t'.,!Jit,.Ii Small Write piano Box an In unable or apply condition.120 N. 711 lake Harriett:Santa, Build Fe. 'F.'.'...{WiHnlly.Ja>knonvllle roll.Harper have been 'added to the Dance Hosts: .Fred Guy, Howell waa held a prisoner by the Taps ..SCREEN DOORS .. CELOSIDINO SAND

1 Church 8-3 It Nasworthy for,
/I St. tf seven months prior to his repatriation I'I
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d I JH'r--Light lemon-colored but t r Attend< Trainer. Course Snack Bar Hosts i : Junius Smith, on the :M. S. Grips-. 'Glass Cut to Order

ti 30 ROOMS't Notify headed cow.U B.No SiogBlnn<IHiS Lucas, Paints
Box 328, Starke. f. 3-3 3t Checkroom 'Host: Clifton message on these experiences (CABINET & MILLWORK'
Scouting at the 'State Farm'Tuesday '' ,
t ALL FURNISHED Brown.Inforniatlon. ; will send you to
t ; i LOST-Will person who found night were!: M. C. Ware, Q. 'u your .
*" billfold canto, prayer-closet for the unreached
blat'k. containing Desk : Arch
t ff F..t oclal security card and gas B. Newcomb, C. H. Nasworthy, Thomas' millions, also for the Church of .ANNIE
BOOK A ROOM 'AHEAD book. Saturday afternoon, please W. T. Clute, Grover Alison and Christ BUILDINGi'SUPPEIESDepot :
,' FOR YOUR WIFE return the gas book to the Nawapaper E.-K. Ferryman. Refreshment, .,Host : Guy Sale, in the Orient which is
office. lan book In
name pausing through the fires
::j.'J: OR PARENTS of Nathaniel Dyal. It Good delegations were present Duke DuPre. ', persecution. of (,& Pleasant :Sts., Phone'r13258: Gainesville, H
\: '1 Ga from all over the New:River
Heat In Bach Room District -
'FOR, HALF Jersey milk cow, Hear this man Thursday andFriday
ri V gentle.. May l>e Keen late In afternoon and supper was served at "A" Book Losers
( E., Kenedy, KeyatnnaHeight 6:30: In the evenings, March lit and
prison canteen. Immediately
)
i j'ff LARRY'S'PLACE 3-1 Itp after a three-hour Must Wait:30 Days 2nd 8 o'clock. ,.

\ III'JI FOR.,HALW-8 room cottage at 601 course for Scoutmasters,'Cubbersand NOTICE
KINGSLEYj.AKE, St. l.'lalr St. 11000 cash good Better hang"on. to those
j"" : 1000 Feet From term for balance.See C. H. Na. Committeemen was held In gas County C o m missioner E. L. A
;) ; B.Gate worthy at Tip Top,,Super. Market. the community building. oline A books. 'W. L. Blair, chief Crawford is the'
II y1ii urging public to
1\
itt clerk of the local ration board,
H j f .1 r .. ." announced this week that refrain from throwing, timber Finer r :. sjINIS1I'
persons small trees and other debris In
losing them will have to wait 30 ditches "
along"county :
'
days before graded
getting duplicates.This .
roads. The roads, .
are ,
nowbeing

t FOR SALE t said, of decision1 the recent' Is the"tremendous result, he laYed worked and the progress), is de .. /011 YOUR 2
by
., r Increase" of crews having to clean
lost A books '
r 1Ktyr, t and other areas. in this out the ditches before they, can .iIf" LINENS

get down to the dirt. Mr. Crawford -
The local board Is still holding stated. -

: A Real,, Investment In Starke $ application for supplemental gas
oline which have been approved = 5

iiiW } '. otyC3AMf but cannot be Issued because the SUNDAY I IMAURICK '

applicant has not filed his mile- BBANTUEY

!ij l. t HOUSE,with TWO one-room age ration record with the board. Missionary Both to Africa Breaches H
; The record must be filed before Services-11 a.m. 8 p.m. [ H't
RAIFORD
I# Apartments. Two" ,"2-room.. '.. NOW'S THE :TIME any gasoline can be issued BAPTIST CHURCH I

\ partmenU;,
bath:
one ; Large. :c." w.; I
VI ,
ni
: To Get Out' Those
; lighter
plot'of nd. .
'grO Income over Suite ;
and
t l la '' ". Dresses and FOREMOST DAIRIES ,r-, .L '.
9100 per month. Owner,wan Bring Them to, The INC. ( .
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Cleaner. No need to fear
Plenty of entrusting
+ 4 all cash but will arrange v Warm your; ,best
iel Days Now When Your OF THE SOUTH'For -
,
; t., , terms.' _\ Winter Clothes Will Feel things to our care.; 'It 'You will find our j

Too Heavy. .Borne Deliveries laundry .service just as economical: is doIng -

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Price .
$2,000- '- On. Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays them at home, and what Is more important

BELIEVE IT OR NOT ., NEW Phone Starke 82 and
'. I. Leave Orders YOU'will save'yourself: a lot.of I
&
METHODCLEANERS needless work and worry.
., GRADE A PASTEURIZED

W. T. <;CLUTE REALTOR [ < VITAMIN D HOMOGENIZED >''1\,


t . CHOCOLATE STARKE
ti i ;c MILK DRY CLEANERSPHONE
119 EAST'CALL : .
STREET,;STARKE:,, ROBERT GRBE&, Owner I CHURN' BUTTERMILK 1 -'
.*I5 Temple 'Avenue PHONE ;
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>. 4 I I .: .. COFFEE CREAM. .28 LAUNDRY STAS'AGH ?

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