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 30, 1945
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04908
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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girls Add Glamour To NEI Day Room

Spt Anderson Finds Island Natives Go For. k

nO Music Just Like Bobby Sox llep Cats . .

w : Morton's Official County Publication Establhhed In 1817
Molucca Islands N.E.I. even our Salt has stopped : '
this, afternoon In pouring and we have to pinchIt
80 by 80 foot outof, the box by finger. MAItClI NVl\1I1EU TWItNTY-TllltEE
an --
day room I __ .
flooml tent smack down on Though It IM not authorized u

.I each It'cool where a.the Kingsley ocean breezes Lake the by equipment a Thompson tables sub-machine, we obtained Free Lots Offered by Starke t of C Danger In "Dads' Stressed '

even If we are crowding Run today for use by our office ; .
equator. Around force "if and ,,'hen" !It become .
__ me are writingdejiks necessary. She's. beautiful To Service Men[ Who Build Homes ,

; tables little bit of blut'd-teel and '. : '
Series Of
chairs. plngponig. polished wood: a soldier's bent I'
9.w book, games, friend. Free lots to the first ten service men agreeing'-to build ,
radio and GIs homes in Starke is -
the generous offer now, ,being made by
. .. everything You folks at home aren't the the Starke Chamber of Commerce. c I! Son Of Camp Blanding Officer Seriously 1

, ; the home service have clubsat ex and only tribulations ones experiencing of rationing.the trials It dent The of the announcement was made by A. J. Thomas, presi Quigley & Davis Injured When Rifle Grenade, Be-
organization, following its regular meeting here '
cept one( girls. Is necessary, due to heavy demand lieved Harmless Explodes
,' /, But In each and limited supply for the Army last Friday night. The offer is being made with no strings ,

corner we havea Exchange Service to ration out attached, in order to show service men that they are appreciated Robbed of $378While

4 x beautiful iuUl the watches, cigarette lighters, in this community and that they are cordially Genuinely alarmed at a growing hobby among teen age

up" girl, which fountain pens, and numerous other ! become,citizens _and property owners;: Mr. Thomas closed boys and girls::'-the collection of so-called I 1 ammunition"duds"

,Is a pin-up pic- scarce Items. The ration Is so hopes that after the "ball has for the noon hour, -school teachers, parents and Army officials are !

110, large ((3 by Z feet) that many of each article per hundredmen started rolling" more lots will Starke has thrived in the. past between 12:30: and 1:30: p m. uniting in a stern reminder to children (and some oldsters, i : ,I :

all |I" r<*qulre
E, natl-nps are large oil on ment dependent upon how criticalthe ers here so that the free of- of dollars from. Camp Blanding of Quigley it Davis building action.

lva.4 painting baited on Varga Item Is. fer may be extended to an in we all know 'that this reign of supply company on East Call St. I The bitter lesson was indelibly impressed upon the

\ others of biN craft painted Each company gets: Its pro definite number; o f service easy pro perlty.- will end within and took approximately from minds of this community last week when 13-year-old Mar I

I tout sergeants (commercial rata share then each soldier the next year or so. There is no the cash register. cus Clayton, son of Lt. Col. and Mrs. M. M. Clayton of Camp ;

lints in civilian 'days) In the desiring to purchase a n Item men.Any service man who is in need to kid. ourselves., ,
Ipany.angin6. this place In places his name on a slip, of terested in building a home in as well face frfcts.j ing open a rear'door to the of rifle grenade, which he believed to be a "dud", exploded I '

around in paper a separate paper f o reach Starke and would like to take "Property owners I in Starke flee ,while he was tannins it against the wall of his room in nn

evening while the'lads are kind of article he would advantage .of this offer should have enjoyed seeing their holdings The money was not missed until effort to open it.: Col..Clayton .
Iikatlve mood. I pick ,Up,,news ; :: ,
like to buy. AU sUps for a double and treble In value duringthe about 2 dleoouragr :
'hat'll new In the outfit I certain type, of Item are placedIn Bret in touch with Mr. Thomas past four yean and will bs p m. when one of the !Is the Post Engineer at Parents are urged to
In 'the cler '. at the employee while making change, Blanding and the family this dangerous l'
f a lot ,of things Including a hat and the same number Cjffice courthouse reluctant to -return to the de noticed theta oc pastime and to
inese the radio I $100bill, which cupies the Burnett cottage on stop their children from bring
music over of slips are drawn out,as pressed valuations of the early30'a had '
been !In the
Ilf that weird walling .Is music there are Items of the mer- f Membership Drive but that is exactly what will closing at repter wu ,prior The to the north side of the Lake. ing such articles to school.

1 Toacanlnl is a bobby sox hepne chandlHe.' The "winners" win More ''worthwhile activities are happen unless someone plans and register was noon not entirely gone.cleared The boy was alone in the Recently four young boys who ,

'only the right to purchase the now under .way by the Chamberof acts. ''No oneis going to'do this of "money, so the theft was not house at the time, but he did lived near Camp Wheeler Ga., '
dull afternoon at the of- articles. Commerce than at any time for us. We must do it ourselves." evident at first. not lose consciousness and his were blasted to death by the accidental
I I was en- during recent years and it was explosion of an anti-tank
last week
tent tried In tha Chamber of calls for help, together with
For seven months I've Membership R: P. McLendon, fingerprint expert
ling a little of Benny Good- decided Friday night to launch i the summoned grenade while t r' e s passing on ,
phonograph.' to buy 'a fountain pen and lighter intensive membership[ drive"so Commerce la $12.50 annually and from the State Prison, was explosion neigh Government property. There have '
n'i Jive via my bors who carried him to the Blan
back was to the entrance. unsuccessfully but today I hit that all business' men In the city each business is urged to take as called and took prints from the ding hospital. The accident took been other, leas serious accidents.,
the'jackpot; my name was drawn would be given memberships as possible in door which had been forced open. Starke.
L>n glancing around after the an opportunity to many a heavy toll. Marcus lost his near Colla Jo Dumlar,
for both Items. The pen is a share In this to order that the organization will Officers are continuing their Investigation school
fourth record I found program looking 12-year-old girl, received
to the
d I or right arm midway elbow
,J an audience of eleven n_ Parker lifetime and cost me 10 ward the future of Starke.In have funds to carry out the program ,: but to date the guilty and the sight of both yell.- It I is a hand injury from shrapnel on
gilders ($3.31): ) ; the lighter Is a party has not been apprehended.
boys sitting crostt-Iegged in discussing the matter with as planned; A committeewill considered possible that he might the beach at Blanding Sunday
Hian( style on the ground ahnd Ronson and set me back 5 gilders prospective members this week begin soliciting new members? recover some degree of vision In afternoon when a ."dud", thrown
the door listening" the ($2.85)), whl<;h Is almost as Mr. Thomas stated: "Although within the next few days. Maj. Abrams Asks his left eye, but) this cannot be by someone near her exploded.
stuff free.
Like their African cheap as getting determined for Irvin Crawford a school boy was'also
definitely some
We pay no tax and the merchandise Rotary CooperationMajor
In similar

Mo rlne with, they rhythm are ,crazy and a about hot .Is sold at. gross. .cost. Goal In Sight For Red Cross Drive; Irving Abrams directorof weeks student yetA at B.H.8. and a mem Injured. a. mannerrecently

frlnet or trumpet immediately the Cla -Bradford County
atten- Over here we are each Issued ber of Boy Scout Troop 70 Marcus In several Instance It has
118 their concentrated an nnbleached cotton muslin Health Unit, was guest speaker had a hobby like many other been '
.. After several records: they 'which In OI Total Now At Chairman at the Rotary Club Wednesday, school reported thoughtleos
mattress ('cover $11,874 Says boys and girls of collecting adults have attempted to send
reluctantly\ with the "boss "bed reviewing the record of the health
lingo Is refered to ait a I Used ammunition booby traps such dangerpacked II 0 U venlrs
heaping Indianene abuse sack", because we have no mat department In the past year., grenades and other types of through the mall, to the extent .

}>n thorn for leaving the Job. tresses As long as he In alive ,,N. Sternberg War Fund Chairman announced today Major Abrams requested that a "duds' His parents w e rein that at least on* postal, clerk I
o carefree, fun-loving natives the bed sackover is committee be appointed from the Jacksonville at the time ''of the .
OI Joe spreads that Bradford County's Red Cross War Fund total now baa eertoukly considered resignIng .'
> an Irresponsible* . as children. his cot and sleeps InsideIt 1187422., Bythe\ last of the week when all reports are Rotary Club to meet with the accident and his younger brother, unless something could be 'I; '
which Is Just like snoozing, health department tor one hour Bobby, was fortunately Vbltingnelghbae. done tl ,
in from the business, residential and outlying districts Mr. to stop e practice.
the rainy s..4 s qa tie .on Inest. sheets." When die each month so that' there could .Board on !the Kids- A
between you VI&9rouacampal&'n.[
and the annual jyaterfall .the 'J: ?_k Is ,still wry as/ Sternberg f9ela, colttident that.' BradfordwCo. .. jjty. will 'have' bei: a*mutual \exohangax+of- idea... walls nit tJI.IUMVI""W".bu1ae4, / ; et.thaalgngar;:: kta.bautg.t warningwaged ., :y'i
the island Is ,close ,Jol200 In- reached its quota,$14,200. The 'department..wlshetl to have .
buries out by the mpact* f the explo 1
ful at -"
: ; then"lZuarterrtreater? Camp : laading-and recently ,
In the past month?' seldom in iti: Judge/E. K. Perryman, Chapter Chairman'stated that the benefit of suggestions' front stun ,strikingly effective 111r

It rained less than thrice you '.*.. both he and Mr. Sternberg would like to take this oppor the people of the community, the Friends who have vlaltotl' lIrcus wan distributed showing poetee a '

The sun has a mean habit March 12th completed my first tunity to express their appreciation to every person who has health director stated. at the Blanding hospital state close-up photograph of the shredded -' I J ,

|omlng out immediately after- Egad, man, I'm in any way contributed to the success of the drive "We Major Abrams Introduced Lt. that he ,cheerful. ,'but that he len shoes of a niandln 'soldier
d, making the atmosphere hot year overseas expect that by March 31, Bradford'County will have reachedits Amy Cawley, assistant nurse officer deadly earnest about keeping who ""handled a dud". The Camp '
sticky. It's so humid that beginning to feel like, a native! U. s.. Public Health Service I Ih J
quota and our hats are; others from experiencing accidents also maintains a demolition squad ;
off to those who have con the rural districts report an ad who ban been assigned to similar to' his "Tell themto entrusted with the Important dutyof i

[esbyterian Vespersvely Fire Truck Runs tributed so generously bothin ditional $42.35. Clay-Bradford Health Unit to get rid, of everything they have disposing of all types of duds ,
carry on a program In the congested like that," he urged his mother. and ammunition that do not
time and money" Judge Prof. O. A. Jenkins Chairman of
} Easter Event Wednesday of Mast week the areas of both counties. Although '. explode properly d U r Ins range
local fire truck stood by while a Perryman said. "It has been thecolored sections submits the she has hardly had time Recently Oon. Albert II. Illan- firing. ,

i a setting of soft candle light grass-covered lot-wea burned near very gratifying to the community following report: Solicitors( from yet to become familiar[ with the ling, hrail of Civilian Defenne However, It Is Impossible to

quiet reverence, the choir of the Gulf bulk plant. Tu day the to have such enthu the Reno Section-Minnie Prongle territory,. Lt. Cawley reviewed In Florida, rrcognlzlnic the seriousness guard all the ranger scattered

First Presbyterian Church ; firs truck was called to Blanding siastic support from the $7, Rev. C. A. Crum of Mt. Cal briefly the program she hopes to of the "dud" menace.> over the vast area at Blanding

le Center when "Orange Bus Army wives and their fam vary Baptist Church $24, Mildred carry ,uutThe1'new- Issued a bulletin warning adults except when actual firing Is In :
Its Easter Service
Vesper on Lines Garage, grease pit caught dies In addition to soliciting Paul $27.15. George H. Little nurse comes here from and children about the possession progress. Instances have been +; I

day evening March 25. fire. The fire was allowed' to funds many of these. 29.75, Alberta Albright and Rev. a previous assignment at Key of any article of this kind. reported of small boys trespassing ; : '

from the smallest member of burn Itself out young women have helped staff, Alexander Morgan $50.15.: Mt. West. Her home Is. in Kansas. Some teachers report that In on government property '
choir diminutive Luclle Mc-I the War Fund office also they Mori l a h Church $15. Allen C. Her salary Is paid by the U. S. spite of repeated warnings from and collwtlnjt "duds"' .. souvenirs. I ,'
to the guest soloists. Mrs. W. I ways inspiring, was beautifully The have assisted in the Chapter ofr Church $11.30 New Bethel Church Public Health Service and la not the faculty, children have brought The burden of stopping'' ,

Churchwell and Sgt. Richard sung by Mr Churchwell. En- flees helping with the many de $20.14. Faculty RJE School $20, an additional expense to the "dud" grenades to school and this practice must rest largely ;'

sler, all gave a sincere and Scripture and prayer by Gary tails of office routine'.'. Jr. Red Cross RJE School $20, counties ,supporting, the health many others are making collections on the parents children who )
ahed performance of great n..... and the reading of "He IsRisen" coming In since last From the Lincoln City Section unit. at their home as a hobby. persist''In fills deadly hobby. I ,
In her Reports
luty. :. by Mrs. Lansing, Rev. L. C.- Mann reported $9. Col- I j ,
week follow: *25 Contributors
are as

use artlcularly they were enjoyable more, familiar perhaps, pleasing rounded out manner this service, appropriately. of beauty Lawson; ,Peterson's Starke Coco-Cola Dairy, Co.H., H.A. ored: Section Angle Crum of Brooker$13, Charity as follows Come 3o! Church

e ,the choir numbers, "Were and devotion. Williams $12. f' 'I'IAt

ek There"Ye The, "Ave Lord.Verum"" Sgt. KessI and- ed The on church 1U to be Mrs.compliment E. M. E. Tucker City Council Condon's and Grill'the, Hampton Water i A late report collected from Water Sarah Oakshows '_ i

s solo: "Behold The Lamb of Davis and choir director, -Mrs. Oak Colored School.' $82 by O O O H *> *ft > > O *> > O *>* <> IH O *> H ft
Beatrice DeSue and Lot
"' Lansing to''''whom most of the The Girl Scouts under' the leadership Jenkins
and his solo work with theIr
be given for theevening's of Mrs. H. C. Brown, have tleMae Reynolds. Sampson City I f
was splendid. The beautiful credit must $30 collected by Leon Williams. Baptist Church Methodist Church The Tabernacle ''I
i "Open Wide The Gates", al- perfection. > collected 307.51 In the theatresof New River reported by R. J. and # I
-- ---- _. --- ------, ---- Starke. H. A. Bishop. contributed Easter Services of the First The Starke Methodist Church Ths Easter season will be ob t
LInnle( Kelly 2840. ,Keystoneand
$50. Brooklyn sections with Fran Baptist Church will feature Easter has Just completed a series. of served In the Sunday evening 'Vlervlce..t 1

I NEXT WEEK IN STARKE Mrs. Junius Smith announced ces Clark Thomas reported $19.50. music by the choir. The pastor Holy Week evening services, con the.'Tabernacle when .

the following reports from the. Allle White of Theressa. reportedan recently returned from Washington ducted by Dr H. Carter Hardln an orchestra of six pieces led by r t.,
Residential Section; Mrs. L, D. will bring the Easter The series
I Sunday, April 1 additional $9.05. This brings district superintendent. Gordon L. Purdy with trumpet t
[Easter Services all Starke churches 11 a. m. Evening Vining $31. Mrs. R. R. Prevatt the;! total in the colored sections message "The Living Dead. was brought to a close Thursday
$5, Mrs. George Flynn 110. Mrs. t4 Complete The choir under the direction night with a Holy Communion will support the congregational ./:;
I approximately
services 8 p. m., R. 'Alvarez J25, Mn. A. Z. Ad to from Hampton-anel Law- of Mrs. Mabel Wall will sing "I Candle Light Service. singing; and some 30 children :

["The Crucifixion", combined church choirs of Starke, kins '$43.75, Mrs. J.' l R. Wan[ tey reports.wID, be In next week's paper. am He that Hveth", by Spiker Good Friday will be observed and older ones will render recitations '
USO p.'m' '. and Mrs.. D., A, Mpntelth and "Joy to the World" by Petri.
at i'Washington,4 wright .
| Temple- ,, '' I '-"; $50.: ': - >I Each amount,how' here-as:collected At the.evening hour at 8 p. m. today from 12 noon to 3 p.. m., songs"dM,ta, and solos, emphaslalng -

1 Monday, April 2, The outlying districts under the -meant-nourj pf.lime, :: tAJ the ape! JuniChoir will,sing,")lake with a series of 20 minute services the resurrection ,
jBoard of County Commissioners,, regular meeting, Chairmanship of Mrs. Ruth Morse I' solicitor. In many cases, such as a joyful noUk," b *?.....;; andts, devoted' to the, "Seven Last ,Parents of the children and( all
amounts: Miss Ida Hagan 'o! Theressa it Word*"of CJrrtst'V V friends of the Hero of
I courthouse, 10 a. m. announce the following, pastor will use as his subject. the Cross
[School Board, regular meeting! courthouse, ,10 a, m. collected since last week:,, T. C.: mssnt many miles of weary walk- "The Heavenly Home." The muter'.eca.on' will be are Invited to attend If sot worshipping '

[Methodist WSCS Circle meetings 3:30 p. m; No. 1 at,, Chastain and V.I\ 'Douberty' tag. 'To many of those contributing Mr. .There will be the observance brought to a close Sunday with elsewhere. ,
meant sacrifice. Again beautiful services for
I school building.paptist .- Hampton $285.73.: Gene Long I of the ordinance of The Lord'sSupper planned Last Sunday evening the Rev.
parsonage; No. 2in church Mn. S&raIAl- Sternberg expresses) his deep appreciation also the ordinance of both the morning and evening
G. Brooker $184.25. and Tlbbltts
Business Women's Circle meeting, 8 p., m., Mrs. Jennie Mude Norman toyou who have made following the morning hours. At 11 a. m. the pastor, George F. of Keystone

W Alderman residence.I varea and Mrs. Sybil Sapp, of Van toe drive a succ... -On March Easter Baptism service. Rev. W. J. Churchwell wUl speakon Heights was the 'speaker and

'Tuesday '3 derbllt $31. Mrs. Ida.Sweat; Hell- 31 wen Bradford 'County will Sunday' School meets at 9:45: "An Easter Journey" and the brought a convincing message on
April New be able to say that ws have helped *:45 sermon will be followed by baptismal "Faith and Trust". His recent
C. Cowan. Unions meet at :
Mrs ,
$5. and Training
[Community Bible
[Baptist' WMU' meetings"'3:30' p,' m.; No.-. 1.. with Mrs. and Mrs. Fred?Vogel, collecting in AT HIS SIDE." A'cordlal Invitation Is extendedto backed up, by many experiences I

[ L. D. Haines; ''N0.:*', with Mrs. Paul. Raymond., aU to spend this EasUr Day The evening hour at 8 p.- m. of ,the past'50 .years. tPreabyterilul

I. No. 3 with'Mrs.' ;M Edwards. <- Beck Killed attending all services I In the will be devoted'largely to music ''I

|Boy Scout meetings: ,Troop 70, Episcopal'rectory; 7:30P. Costly Fire'DestroysBlanding Tom Lord's House.. >. of the Easter season with special 1 1Dt'

I m. Troop 112; Methodist recreation room, 7:30 Shop On Iwo Jima numbers by the choir and quay

1 P. m. Recent Marriages tette. Parley E. Zartman of Daytona ,t t
Camp Standing's first major Pfc Thomas B. (Tommy) Beck, At the Young People's. Meeting who was the guest/speaker/

L Wednesday, April 4 fire loss In four and a half years 32-year-old Lawtey boxer, was Jettie L. Dees. Hampton and 7 p. m., the Crucifixion' at the Presbyterian Church last I

[Rotary Club luncheon, Methodist recreation room, 12:15. of operation occurred Tuesday killed in action on February 19 William Whyte Camp Blanding, Resurrection will be shown with Sunday will deliver another InspIrIng ,
I Girt' Scouts 3 m. ". night when a blaze of undetermined Marine Invasion of Iwo March 24.Minnie. visual aid Illustration.The "
Episcopal Rectory p. during the Starke, and sermon K!: a s tel' Sundaymorning

.D.C. meeting, Methodist recreation building" 4 p.. m. origin automotive razed one repair of the shops pa.fethree Jlma. -H. was a-well-krrown fig John A. Robertson Hodges. Camp Blan Invitation pastor to the extends public a to cordial worship at 11 o'clock. -His sub ; i I

L Thursday, April 5 causing damage estimated at ure In Jacksonville sport clrclea ding March 22.CEHETEIiY. at the Msthodlst Church on ject will be "The Easter Sym I'i' ,
recognized as a r
Scrap Call St Have bundles where he was Easter Sunday. phony. (
[ paper collection south of $12f.OOO. battler F. R. WORKING
and tough
v soldiers assisted clvlllaa popular The choir will render several
Volunteer .
D't! curb in morning. his There will be a cemetery work- I
of Lawtey '
Church 11 a. m., firemen and G. I. auxiliaryfire Carradlna Church DEDA.V CHURCH ROO HUNT specials and will present "AveVerum"
Igt"lct U.D.C. Meeting Methodist the blaze manager during most of his ring Ing at New River Baptist 'j.beserved. /
on 12:30. fighters to prevent Thursday April 5. Everyone Invited There will be an Easter egg Holy Communion will .
Red : Home, from spreading to nearby shops in career. dinner and hunt at the Dedau Church Sunday Everyone Invited to '
Cross Production Rooms open at Legion Immediate Investigation He Is survived by his. widow. [ to come Bring t
a strong breeze. There Pansy Lee Broom Beck and three be early on the Job-R. H. Green April 1, at 4 p. m. Every worship this Easter Sunday mornIng. .
started. t
I OOIp was body Is invited to, come. ,
[ regular meeTing, Masonic Hall, 8 p. m. was no Injury to personnel children. ,
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l . . . 05 SS . . . . . . Kelsay were visiting' In Hampton I TIlE WOMAN IN TIlE 'WINDOW In Witness next tour mv weekl hand anaato ---...

', THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH HamptonBy Pine LevelBy Friday.Mra. Sidney Griffis and son and suspense has that an persons ending entering so full the of .U411 at Starke, Flohda, this yiM!

theatre during the laet few minute (OFFICIAL SEAL) A '
MIla" Ruth Frith of Lake Geneva A. Clerk of said Court J' 1'h|"o"
KaUbUshed 1877 Mrs. M. C. Sweeney Mr*. H. M. McRae are not seated so that others T. Frank IS
E. L. Matthews ____________ Editor and Owner . . . . . . . . . . S aWe . visited Mrs. J. S. Swindell for the won't be distracted . beginningat Atty. for Plf. Starke a.i 11'10', I
weekend.Mrs. t, .a'
the Park Theatre Sunday, April -

{G'' Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered aa Second ClaM Matter WIIYTE-DEES had good attendance at S. R. Swindell attendedthe 1. . IN OF THE FLOItIHA NAME or Till!: 1 Tr.n
Of Interest to thetr many friendsis Pine Level Church Sunday morn- wedding of her daughter, Mrs. TOt LOTTIB H.
at the Post Office at Starke. FIortdOL the marriage of Mrs. Jettle ing: and evening, and the young Clara Adkins to Leny Forsythe in NOTICE PLY FOR OP INTENTION OBDRH TO TO SELL' AP- Carolina.resident of Spartanburg IHNE$ Who

Dees and Pfc. William D. Whyteof people are planning: a program Jacksonville Friday night. LAND OF AN INCOMPKRNT.' sestl t

Stutter Sunrise O IN THAT VERY PARTtrill Scranton, Pa., and Camp Blan- for next Sunday afternoon at the Herbert Packham of Newport W.Notice Pettyjohn la hereby of Jacksonville given that James Flor- in It that appearing certain cause by affidavit now yrn41N

of Europe where American ding.The church. News, Va.. visited his parents, ida, as guardian of the estate of clad In the Circuit Court Eighth t

,t Carry Meaning soldiers are now embattled ceremony was performedby Pvt. Samuel E. Marshall and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Packham John, has H. filed Klnlaw.. In the non Circuit compo. Courtof mentis County Circuit, In Chancery of Florida, wheregdp vet'!
--'l:' Wherever It /* Seen there remains thelegend Judge E. K. Perryman in Pvt. Harvey of Camp handing this week. Bradford County Florida hi* F. HINES |Is Plaintiff and Ot'
Starke, Saturday, March 24. dinner of Rev. and petition for the sain of certain Defendant
of the peasant- were guests K. B. Swindell left Friday for land In the estate of said. Incompetent relief prayed for its T i *?,*
( the before Easter Mrs. Whyte formerly lived in Mrs. W. E. Hall Sunday.Mrs. Maryland where he will get his situate In Bradford and It appearing that dIVo.*
who night the '
folk Countas
many years ago .. dan t'. 'residence D"' .
Plant City and she arfd her two Susie Myrick of Lake Florida particularly Is 8parlaobu
F used to proceed in slow and humble cavalcade to the Naval boot training. follows: South Carolina, and that !! *
Charles Dees have
l sons Billy and Geneva spent the week-end with one-half of over. the ace of "h< 5
wait S. E. Triest her Lot 8 and the North twenty
would Mrs. gave
topmost peak of nearby hills. Here they resided here for the past year. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae and Lot 9, Block It, Temple's. Addition and that the'*al I ?? *
for the sunrise'when, in their simple and Innocent belief She has another son, C. 'M. Dees daughters Eva Mae and Lillle to the Town of Starke, Klur- a resident of Foridadaandhl"
family. I Saturday Ida. In flection 28 Townnhlp R there Is no .,. thai
Mae a birthday party or B
the sun .would 'dance in the sky with the Joy in the USN and a daughter, Mrs. Jimmie Lowe of Glen St. Mary friends attendedand Mouth Range 22 Knst In Bradford ., the Sttle of Florida the T' *It"
Jackie Blanton of Tampa. night. Many County, Florida of upon 1""lea
Easter. was a Saturday, night guest of I the twins received many nice and said guardian will at 10 o'- sonally bind-said Defendant Per.
', This Easter morning the sun will not dance over All good wishes from this community Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McRae. I clock A. M. the 30th day of April IT ,IS THEREFORE
Is extended to the Whytes.GRADU'I'ION A. D. 1945, or 'a. soon thereafteras that said ORDE1\1b\:
those McRae and family and gifts.Mrs. Defendant Is
'4 Europe. The day, profaned for twelve years by H. M. I! J. P. Dickerson and W. S. counsel can be heard apply to appear In said h.reb, .h.
who banished the Easter spirit in favor of, their own Mrs. Susie Myrick were dinner Slbley I were .business I visitors to the Judge of the Circuit Court, t olrbdfoV. the 2nd day or tee, 01
} Bradford' County, Florida I forauthority 1945. otherwise AD \
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley : the
'Kultur', may not afford even an hour's peace from the Graduation exercises for the jacKSonvuie Monday. ta said land at private said Bill of Complaint.11"8'a\loo. II
Dawn itself be shadowed by black clouds eighth grade will be held in the McRae Sunday. ;sale; In accordance with the taken aa Confessed and
,, guns. may Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and L. R. Britt and son Elbert of I term and conditions set forth In Pro Conteaao entered a .
I of smoke and exploded earth. school auditorium Friday, March children were visiting Mr. and Lake Geneva visited the Thomas hU said petltlton now filed In Bald THAT this FUn THE It egainet OHIJI:1\!:\hit&
But the American soldier will have his sunrise. 30 at 8:15: p. m. I Starke family Friday. Court. this' 23rd of \ order be .. .
for the ninth grade Mre. Warren Kelly In Dated day March\ each week for four ,"onSL0!"
He will find it for himself in the front line services 'will Diplomas be awarded to the following Sunday afternoon. The many friends of Pvt. Walter A. D. JAMES 1945. W. PETTYJOHN. graph weeks ,In a the Bradford Count! let.,
r 4 conducted Easter morning: by his chaplain--services graduates: Ruth Sibley, Carl Mr. and Mrs.. W. C. Cannon Swindell will regret to hear Guardian of the Estate of general circulation pubilehed In ..

? ,,Y made brief by necessity, but with deeper meaning for Mae Hall T r u man Dtckerson: and Mrs Ruby 'HTnton spent Saturday of his being seriously woundedin Compos of John Mentis.H. Kinlaw, Non' County,' Florida. Dredtsry

all that. lie will find it in the messages he receives Leon Trlest, Rodney Hall all of night with Mr and Mrs. Germany on March 5. Elliott Adams' Attorney for Guar This A. J.the ht day of March tilt

from home-the Easter cards that have gone overseas Theressa, and Martha Horne, Nor-I i Bishop Thomas In Brooker. D. J. Philips\ was a business dian. 3.30 4t 4.20 Court Bradford c untyerFlorldt, h

y'' by the millions to carry the prayers of his family for ma Sweeney, Weasle Pope, Ruth McRae Mrs. and W. E.MI'IISWlle Hall, "Mrs. Myrick H. M. visitor to Palatka Saturday. IV COUNTY.CinCIIT FLORIDA' COURT BRADFORD IN CHAN Joe(SEAL C.) Jenkins QalnsHvllln, Fl.| ..

The need be Finley, Alma Thomas, Margaret Ida Attorney for Plaintiff.
and no
y safe guidance message CKRY.
peace. .
Mrs. J. McRae IV! THK COUNTY! .DGE." COl'RT, 34t l ao
( visiting
? Richard May, Robert Cox, were ..... Ruth Mitchell Hopkins Plaintiff,
more than -"He Is Risen" for it comes from the heartsof Dyal HHAI>KOItl> COUNTY .OUIUA.IN ,
and Mrs. Jack Parker In Crosby vi Steven W. Hopkins, Defendant. -
and Bert Hinson, Jfr., Hampton. -
those to whom/"Resurrection" is no longer merely ; Lake Section Sunday afternoon.Rev. Deceased Case. No. 8840ORDER A'rF'RST.' .

t M an awesome word but a living cause for which their : and Mrs.' W. E. Hall madea NOTICE APPLICATION OP INTENTION FOR FINAL.TO MAKE] NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR SIGN OF A )

sons are fighting. RASTER SERVICES business trip to Palatka Tues DISCHARGE STATE OF FLORIDA to Steven.
W. Hopkins Whose address Is General
''Y Yes, there will still be a sunrise for our soldiers Easter Sunday services in the day. .* TO ALL- WHOM, ,IT. MAY CONCERN , Deliver Flint, .
: Hampton Churches are as follows: Remember the services at Pine Node Is hereby .Iven that I are required to appear on CpusE666o :
morning sunrise greater dawn April 9, 1945; In the"above named
4: on Easter ; a presaging a Sunrise Service at Hampton Level church every Sunday morn- have lied my final report as administratrix Court and causewherein) plaintiffseeks .
t I + when Easter itself will be a day of peace and the Lake, >Sponsored by Young People's ing and evening. everyone Is Moor, deceased of the; have of p.filed W. divorce and restoration of
'men who it are home with their fami- petition for final discharge, and maiden name, Bradford C o u nay .I>e
young restored Training Union, 8:00: a. m. welcome.Theressa. that my I will apply to the HonorableE. Telegraph shall publish this Order d Preparation! ._ i1tclt4rv'r
lies once more. Baptist Sunday School at 10:30a. : K. Ferryman County'Judge of
. .. .. .i, . . .
m.; Morning worship at 11:30a. Bradford County Florida on the
9 9a 17th day of April. U4i for approval
Union at 7:00
m.; Training p.
of the name and for final .
m. and evening worship at 8:00p. : discharge aa administratrix of the '1 V 6CONW
'' estate of D. W. Moore, deceased.
Erom where I sit.Joe Mars hi m.Methodist By Bliss Ida ITagan This 17th day of March 1945. >
? Sunday School at . . . ., 5 . . Administratrix FLORENCE J. MOORS
of the Estate of D.
r, 10:30: a. m. and afternoon servicesat W. Moore, deceased. 3234t 4-13
4:00: p. m.'Christian Mrs. W. D. Garrett of Starke

Bert Loses the WarSingleHanded. Sunday School at and S 1-c B. F. Geiger of San-

3:00: p. m. ford visited their mother, 'Mrs.J. FLOOR Station
Try to attend your church In P. ptckerson Sunday and Mon- SURFACINGAND
I one or all of these services. day.Mrs. FINISHINGLOCAL -
J. C. Cochrane and Mrs.
CHURCH SERVICES L. V Williamson in
Bert Childer's house burned From where I sit, there's amoral The Rev. W. A. Scott, pastorof were shopping REFERENCES
Palatka .
t down last week, and the' only In Bert's experience.A lot the First Baptist Church has W. C. Rhoden and Miss PHONE 147 RING 2 FOR SERVICE

good thing that came out of it of us feel we've got the fires of announced that there will be Thelma Rhoden of Starke visited FLOORS CLEANED r
was It cured him of this under control... that AND WAXEDC.
swearing. war preaching services each first Sun Mrs. Rhoden's mother, Mrs. S. R.
4 Bert Just couldn't think of we can relax a little, maybe letup day, beginning April 1, in addition Swindell Wednesday.Mrs. Washing Polishing
w word,f .fltthe occasion so he on buying bonds, donating the services A. POWELL
F; to regular on E. S. Sibley and daughter TelephoneHIS..r Oil Changing
Just gave up. blood, or fighting inflation. second and fourth Sundays. Mem- Ruth were shopping in Gaines
or Write
Bert *4.lta Jt his bers are urged to keep this date ville Saturday. Greasing Waxing
was own Just lli e Bert lost his fight Rt. 2, Box 88, Gainesville
fault. Started with a field fire against the fire we can lose thU in mind for perfect attendance. Miss Ida Hagan'and Mrs. A. H. e Electric Arc 'Welding

irnlch he thought ho had under fight against our enemy If we letdown Mrs. J. H. McAlhaney of Reev- Tire Repairs '

f' ontrol,and when he turned hlaMck now. Because war, like esville, S. C., Is visiting her son-
a minute for a breathing fire, Is never,over till the last in-law and daughter, ,Mr. and 9 One-Hour Battery Charge Service

spell,the Ore sprung up twice as spark I I.vextinguished.. Mra. J. W. Horne. FOREMOST DAIRIES INC.OF Auto Lite Battcfies
,J Oerce. By the time the firemen j. .
Mrs. W. Pi tester, Mrs. J. H
,,.' arrived there wasn't much that fl1"_..'.
Voss of Lake Butler and J. C. THE SOUTH S __
vAMOCO rt-srSr
could do. 'I.
: they OVTJ Prlester of Casplanne, La., spent
Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
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P N. '('l M r. an dM ra. P. F. C r lffl n o f -
On Mondays Wednesdays and
Jacksonville have been guests recently -
of Mr. and Mrs. WalterH. Phone Starke 82 and Leave Orders w

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Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth entertained -
; FRESH members of the Ladies GRADE A PASTEURIZED

%I; Council of the Christian Churchat VITAMIN D HOMOGENIZED Florida Motor Lines Busses
her home on Wednesday March

21. An interesting program was CHOCOLATE MILK For Safety
: carried out, and at Its conclusion,
: Mrs. Wadsworth! served a refreshing CHURN BUTTERMILK
Comfort &
y6 t punch course to her guests. EconomyLet's

Frederick Watterson, USCG, COFFEE CREAM
,i AND VEGETABLES is spending a leave with his par

ents, Mr. and Mra. M. L. Wat-

; ; WE SHIP ANYWHERE' IN U. S. terson. Frederick has had.many'his .
Interesting experiences and
friends' are glad to have him relate -

Die ANDIO'S some of them. raid the'icebox. Have a Coca-Cola
Mr. and Mrs. Olsen, -who have . ..

I spent the winter at their attractive r
1; Curb Market : home- here left Tuesday for

their: northern home In Connec '
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W D. Carter and son of
Starke are guests of her parents Q Q i 11 I

Mr, and Mrs. R. L. Brown.

0 ,. -' Mr. and Mrs.. Gerald Adkins
and family spent Sunday in Lake
Butler with relatives

iit The Gift That Only You Can Give . Sweeney Mrs. C.,and L. May Connie, Mrs.Sweeney M.. C.

;: { I YOURPHOTOGRAPH' spent Wednesday-and Thursday
he guests of Mrs. Marlon, Gnann. in
: Jacksonville.

Studio open each day till i THE WOMAN IN THE WIN:

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the kitchen the'center of attraction: for the
DEWITT I C. JONES teen-age set. For Coca-Cola never

l-'a k AMBULANCE\ : SERVICE Charley E. Johns loses the freshness of its appeal nor its unfailing refreshment. No wonder r '

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Stresses pulpwood lest lagging productioncost April U, 1848. In the bov, named I 11:' nnriiT cotnr, I',
yrnes us lives of cur fighting men Court and cause, wherein plaintiff (l'ITl.' FLOHIIMl BRADFORD IN April 13, 194K\ In the above named OTICK OP !lU.E I Florida during (lie legal
Needs and postpone the i eeks divorce. B r a dforrt County 'I' CKHVaWoodrow GRAN. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Hereby notice In iclven that un I I hours of pale, on the 7th day of Ii
Manpower day of victory Telegraph .hall publmh thl. Order eeeka divorce. Bradford County der the authority of the flnal'dcl May: 1MB, to the hlirhxnt. eachhidder .
Industry 'This has been said before, but In next four weekly UBU.M. Pnvl riamtlff. \". lorJOOI Telegraph Khali publish this Order cree entered In t the Chancery Court the land. In KradfordCounty.
pulpwood | ens Davis Defendant Cane No In next four weekly lauea.Wltnena of Bradford I I ': Florida, dertrrlbed he. ,
f It must be said over and .TVrtJ'M* my J"1* and official County Florida on the an I
over Starke FlorWa' thl" March ORDER OP my hand and officialjeal 16th day of Manh. A. 1>, 1945 1011'1 Tie South' Went Quarter. of .
by James F. Byr'res again until 'battlefield require- 21. 1945.OFFICIAl.. AND Ft nLil ATION at Blarke. Florida, thin March In the milt of 1 L jVynn. and I I the North Went Quarter of "Hot, t Ion
statements Office! ot War ments' are met-and that ( SEAL) A. J. Thomnn STAT NOT1CR;OF TO APPI3AH : 194& I..oulnvnn, bin wife.l against I entV'Thrre., Township S e van, I
the means As Clerk of on 111 Court I! Dnvla, FljOHinx,,. to: (o'priCIAt, REAL) A, J. Thonian. Arthur "'. Tobey and hid wife I i !Mouth: It*n it Twenty-Dim Kaat, i! .
rluon Reconversion.W. until the day of T. whose redden In 907 North Aa Clerk ..... ,
bI1i and Victory: Every. Fran I.andrum, btarke. Florida, Main Street !Malvem,,. of nald Court Margaret I. ihr unilvrHlKned I containing 40 acre more or I. i
() toealdent one who can cut Atty tor Plf Arkanna T Frank l.nndrum, Starke. Florida" will veil at public auction
In first report or haul pulp- -23 4t 4.j You are required to appearcon at the T. FRANK KANDIUTM .
Atty for
stained wood IMf 3-S3 4t 4-13 Courthouse at "Slarke' In Mrudfonl.,. N".I.I Meter. 323'* it 4.IX
Roosevelt a n highlight the urgent' need part-time, must do so, and farm I"
manpower *>r the pulpwood production must be In-
r additional industry, U T.. pyer.airman 'creased. Where pulpwood pro I ;
Ipwood of the Bradford County ductlon Is lagging, whatever difficulty This is a call to Americas Heart

Lid ctory this week.Pulpwood Oommitt, Come, and then even; exists where must there be over Is J

advised that 'to- record production, continued ef.
Line need Byrne for.labor In war Inc fort must set new records..
Ctries Is tied In directly with "For this la what the Directorof S .
Ltlefleld requirement .Vl'ar"M9bUlzation! meant In advising S r' 'k i

f This statement to 'emphasized that. 'labor In war Industries '
try second that a. shell t 10 fired I .Is ,tied In directly with bat- .
UiMt the, Gorman and ::***.: tlef leld.requirements"WOMAN / ". "n ',
tT.80 percent of the powderat
the e shell_la spade<< f .
flees .
rpwood" and *nella.s.nt;.;over. .. '. ,',. : ,
are shipped }in ..containersfade : : trnl IN THE WINBow' e t a t.t u r
of pulpwood. The fact that "Is taut-with suspense\ s F i t d a
ord barrages are belnff hurled .-.a melodramit... which build 4 *

our armies qn requires the western' record and the'spectator builds with In quivering each" scone. .untl. ..
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froducttoa at home and this retirement at the Park Theatre beginning :

et simply la not being Sunday April 1 . J I f ft

"It is not being met because
IN:' rinn' ,
has not
rultment of manpower ('OtJ- TFLOIUn. \, IN ('''AN-: :
pt pace with mounting mlll- CERY. I l
needs and because produc- Robert Lee Webb, Jr, Plaintiff vas '
ry Pernlce Ann Hathaway Webb, De.
Iin cf farm, woodlot pulpwood ,fendant.. "Cane Not 3003. toJ
a fallen down.' ORDER OF PUBLICATION r 'tt '
"Yet, we know'that production BTATK AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA< TO APPEAR to: Be,.. I'. ,
lust! IncreaseOur military nice :Ann Hathaway Webb. whom tS 55 S Sir ; :
have reiterated the urgent residence la %.Tuncon Medical..Cen / :
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'! a family reunion . Hear that to those looking
ir SOCIETY and CLUBS Birthday Party Joe MonteIth, heeding the warn just a wee bit different for I

1.s For Kathryn Kelly ing of recent accidents gathered : at the Bamboo, what : lit lit,
[ J I r up his collection of hand grenades good food, soft backgrOUnd- \
k 1 Mra. J. R. Kelly entertainedfor etc. and burled 'em in the and novel Ib-

;" Farewell Party Junior-Senior her daughter, Kathryn, witha backyard He thought every forget your'' troubles Belie
thing was all right until someone Bernice II
For Mrs. Duke Banquet Is birthday party Friday afternoon McMillan (State
{ in honor of her ninth birthday reminded him what would happenif wed CharlesAndrews !'\ :
1 Colorful EventA . anyone ever started digging a- last Friday . ( 1t0l'
Mrs Juniua M. Smith entertained Just couldn't rmtliit dropping around ing off-the-shoulder" aqua taffeta More d4talla"
I round the and struck one I . '
. place hope' Note ';
at her home on North The children were invited out Friday night for my' annual with corsage of red roses J, D. OdOlll
colorful French Apache them of the with shovel I these
things a or
Madison St. Thursday evening of annual on the lawn where they enjoyed : uninvited peek at the Jr.-Sr. Ban Betty Jean Hiatt striking In black busy days, wtndlnl
carried "out at the II
was > . .
Joe's not so affairs )
i, last week with a farewell party Junior-Senior banquet, held las games and contesta.Ro quet and must say I felt amply and white . Carolyn Rosa In pick-ax prior to donning
that he won't .
for Mrs. Glen Duke, who ia moving Friday night In the B. H. S. Cafe es were used In?decorating repaid for my trouble . Methinks filmy white Oleeta Green In sure forget
they are and dig them > himself
next week to And Clarice iij
to Jacksonville the rooms used for! the party and 'twas as colorful an event orchid organdy -
be near her husband, who is star teria.Yellow of Rosier In black and white jersey some day! . Wells
flowers the table, the table was centered by a large as any in the long history guess that about .
tloned at the Naval Air. Station yellow and black placecards on and birthday cake, iced In' pink and BUS .' Then too there was . Three proud girls with three up the little black book L
t; there. :. green. Mrs. Marcus 'Conner the added atraction of.''the snirprise beautiful orchids: Freddie Wlmerlv =: Bertha.Taylor( ) Roaa has just 'tlme' ,
The event was a complete sur* programs, and candles added burningin to assisted the hostea in serving that some of Betty Tur > (from Bobby Turner) i received an envy item . Sent the. V01-. . See JIIIi
to ho&oree .wa empty-bottle.howera; recelved Bobble Beckham-,(from Ralph Alvarez 'by her Lt. husband (now in Qer-: ':' 1 ." .
,l prise the., whpr the exotic atmosphere. Costumeworn fruit punch' tuod to the'. lit ner'.,.friends.and teachers
presented with various household bytliwse ** Mtiug on ..the! ti e"Lg Krstl. -when the-time came for/.autographs ) and Barbara' Home (from many) tat' their third'weddIng an I _- 1''
z N articles, including; a act of dishes, Uble.alsp carried out the theme: +"' 'Those .invited Were:" Bule and and the attractive .Betty '/lobby Barksdale) '. ". .' niversary--,Lane Cedar ,chest .TUB! ..WOMAN IN 111&
1, floor lamp, and glassware of: ** ThjT'fi'ne ,firmed to.entethe1 dNDTff rObyr$1)t1pt'A.uli: :;or'. wK;r an fsfgnglng :taeddlah".Insteadof ; _, Iff" 'V>. Jl'lcidentaJ1Y.tJlertba' ; and sister DOW .. '.. ,''Uala tIDUIIuaI
i ' e many kinds, and a complete: set .was ford; Charles,4Plnayt: Joyce ''and /1\Irner'';' t..* Seems she became -:;11Jr'.ty :-_ : , EtbetvOAI ,'OC Jjp( ;, of living room curtain 1\ door, headed.'by :Miss Anice Gloria Croebvjr.JJiKeDhln... Ow..". -Vtn---=-'.:Ifs- -m.. *- .-' -Reddish- (.another Ayid/1'e! :' !:'''nd*' ,are atlU Just vacated, I y Ole'ii q Smith sa.:.tP '.f" n'&a4.I8.tile .LIIIj!
Those invited to be'vftth :Mrs.
Duke and her hostess were Mrs escorted by Bobby'Turner, president 'and ,Beverly' Jo: Crosby" .. My, my f And here I was Undine she. made'on the dance USO Thorns. . Recommended day. April 1'. .
,f. Edward Burns Mrs.: Ben Stem- of the Junior Class The Invocation Vincent Mack'and Carolyn Kelly, laboring under the delusion that floor followh g; the ban iuetLnckHv a r .
,, berg, Mrs. J. E. Wllaon. Mrs. Ed 'Fo.ter ShSmith' Janice Conner,Wanda Mary Alyce, I knew everything.. Well anyway MUle darter w&8 thereto rr ----- ,. -
Sllvernall. Mrs L. Colson, Mrs. was said, by' Russell, Anna Ruth 'and Marshal MOST everything . help 'her make' a quick recor EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING
off B.HS. and .. .' R J. Turner .
H a, :Milton ,St. Peter, Mrs. Mary principal t Crosby, Charles, Don, Debris and STY Noted that :
r a Plank, 'Mrs. ('ft- Sternberg Mrs. Bobby Turner gave the addressof Dorothy' Newman,- Robert' Kelly In spite of 'the dim candlelighteffect didn't seem scheduled a bit to worried enterth over< -

}; R. A. Week Mrs. Welcome. C. W. Cclson.,; president and Eloise Dobba.: I noted Barbara Keen becomingly being SEVEN DAYSERVICE
/ + ',.; Margery .. v Army soon '. In fact, he didn't .
:4 Search '),(rs. Ava Kllgore, Mrs. of the Senior Class, made the I turned out in black net ,' seem worried over anything at *

I ,. Rr T.lll.n, Ttnvcw Miss Gladvs Udell. response. Baptist Classes formal with. blue and black striped all, except,keeping up with Betty
4ji Mien-B)1-: ) 'Holland.- Miss Lillian During the banquet. :Miss. June Enjoy Egg'Hunts ., top . Frances Colley*.stunning Hayes\ ?; ., '", And before'.1 ,forgetfmuan't t ALL. WORK. GUARANTEED
i ''St rnb'1Mrs. Patel, accompanied by; her' sister, too, ,in.n.k satin and net fall to mention, the charmIng J ,.
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Miss Margie Patel, sang two Mrs. C. G.Prlest'who is leader, featuring" daringly dropped shoulders sponsors .. . Mrs. BlanchardLaw
'4'' Mrs:S.. R.: Johns Jr., Mrs. W. 'J.1 beautiful French songs and members . Lore ,Anderson all-out (for, the ,Juniors) very, be- DRUCKER'S JEWELERSi
Epperson,' Jr., Mrs S. L. Peek, of the faculty were called .of the Royal Ambassadors, and for glamor In a1 multi-colored taffeta cCm'ngly'gowned.' In blue_ chiffon

R Mrs. W. R Morse, Mrs. Rawson on for impromptu speeches. ,. Mjrs.., HL. Brownlee, Whotile .kid,,..w1t.b..wlh 11 e".Jersey and wearing"a:corsage of;, pink- < ; CALL S'T Ii EET
Junior Class leader, entertained blouse '. Marian Johns never buds .
; ''t Davis, Mrs. Anne Seattle, Mrs.J. Miss Oleeta Green read the rose Grace Osborne (for
Last Will and Testament of the their,Baptist classes at an Easier. lovller than In 'heroff-the-shoul- the Seniors, ) ,lovely in a summer,
W,:, Andrews, Miss JacquelinAndrewsMrs. Senior Class and Miss Barbara 11!..... .hi". .-, th._.......h.h.. .. V......_..;. der blue marquisette highlighted 'mini formal .. "Herr hu.hand,. 00 0 0- ,r .
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Mattie Oahagan, Home read the Class Prophecy. wills 'a'corsage bf pink roses .. : -
| afternoon. The hunt heldfollowing.a I Lt..Ted.helping.: ogle by taking ,.
l Mrs.' James Blackshear, Mrs. O. egg ,,was+ Anlce Green 'quite a picture' inblack" kJftTEMITHasked.S
This happy event wsu"broughtto meeting '" flash r..,pictures of t'$fc e i .dancing! .
+ L. Beas1 Y Mrs H. C. Brown, rand p.r ,ram;. : net with 'a beautiful arrangement
; a close with benediction (
a by
4 ..i.i :Mis crfarlene Itarly-and.the.Rev, ,Blanchard Law.. J ito i iDistricthUD Mrs., Priest ,,',and \ilrs..I'.Brpwnl *t ,of red' 'rbses 'and ,white couples"Witnvhla"SpWd" ) I Graphic, : ;' J ; :

1Q. I GroVer Alison '!t i(? ""v; + vij serred.t Pepsi-Colas and eake to t carnations: . Betty"TuI'D- : And thus ends another,event- ., : : '
i ; ? 1hc' i&.tid. t '. ', .' .ardon.>. .. Reddish wore;a 'strikingOthers , ., ful :lr-Sr".IJanqu..1.j.-; ,, A. ., S . ) :" >> ''I;
:?t; Mrs. Duke opened her;gifts and Met : .,- ..... -... ..... .. eutflt."1.'q'ot;: Dla ,.. aqu.a... r'' " ,". B ;) l.t JQ.fflte. 'lps4S ,
r after they vrete"viewed' and ad- i .-. i I I : .:f"\; 'laf f ] ,\ 5sage
F mired. Mrs' Smittukervcd a buffet ,Her NextiWeeki. ?, } : J JA The Sunbeams with, their lead. -;. ;- Ollmpeed MollyeLedfa'kad. doter ., :
,style supper" to her &'\lata. : '.. ers Mrs:.w. R.: Morse and Mrs. prettying op the, scene Madelyn back from a. gala
district UDC meeting will beheld II. A. Lawson held, their Easter were Garnita /Hutto: Ina ,black New' York vacation '. . 'Middy: on Saying Used Fats!
4 + In' Starke on Thursdayy/April/ egg; hunt Monday afternoon( ,at strapless. number, tipped, withgoldr.Pansy reports seeing 10 shows in two
5. Mrs. E. K. Ferryman"is Director the church1. ':' OA'\ t i Reddish in aqua weeks . How I envy' her .'J.: .. ,,It' *. s

Mrs. Dona Sims 'of. Vallejo, of District Two, and Miss" --.t.: nlnon '. ,..:.' Allen Kelly -black They?'managed to meet Evelyn "'Tft help o/ every'woman'j.needed in ttvinf
Calif., announces the marriage of Madge' ABddleton is presldett( of rayon taffeta with multi-colored Lenin (S 1-c) and Ethel Zevin need fata for hundred of battlefield and home-
Tuesday afternoon.+the'Nursery
4 ; her daughter Chrlatlena to Raymond the W. T. Weeks Chapter; which Department, wit ",Mra-B. trim , Margaret Monteith wear (Y 2-c) and enjoyed somewhat of front eutentialt. But eome ou. don't Know all

L. Watson, SSMB 2-c of wijl) be hostesses on this occasion. and Mrs. Simmons, the leaders Lawson, _tl n*._ _..-*"*fm_ m_;.'._. ._._._. "_-t_.* .}.A..uv.n..... ._._....'. f._.._....r.----__!_..- *'- _

.:..4, the United States Navy, son of Delegates are expected from five had an egg thetmirch., Quality Clothing and' Shoes at Pop-' found hepf"'=Kate Smith. 't
Mr." and Mrs. F. E.' Watson of chapters In Jacksonville,'and'from hunt :k *
Graham. Palatka and Macclenny. ular Prices. ,

p,' The ceremony' was performed I The meeting will be opened",at The hunt Primary Department afternoon heldta '
egg Tuesday at
"' in Boston, Mass., .on March 22. 11 a. m., luncheon will be servedat I the' home of the leader, Mrs. The Largest Shoe Store In Town and

;; Present mother for the wedding'Mrs.' Dona were Sims thebrhle's 1 p. m., and, "there will be an Ralph Alvarez.WCTU In Bradford County

and her brother, Pvt. Friedman afternoon session. The meeting
C. Sims. will be held In the Methodist MeetingThe We Do Not Handle.Military Clothing

; .4 The couple will make a wedding church and luncheon will be servo regular monthly meeting Or Jewelry Entire Store Devotedto yy _.(
trip to New York City and later ed in the Church School Building. of the Laura H. Scott W.C.T.U.will v #,
Needs of
return to Boston to make their be held
Friday afternoon, '
'' :" home while Mr. >Watson is stationed The monthly business March 30
meeting at 3 o'clock at the
there. of the W. T. Weeks Chapter, UDC home of Mrs. R. L. Kemp. Friends .i.
will be held Wednesday Afternoon, Invited. Tlil: S TAI ;
? STf 12 I + xti .
April 4, at four o'clock, in the +0 *'
Methodist Church School 'Build
WSCS CirclesCircles
ing. This will be an Informal West,of Courthouse -:- Starke, Florida .'

business! session. of the Woman's Society

of Christian Service will\ meet
THE WOMAN IN TIn: WINDOW Monday afternoon April 2, at 4
IS TERRIFIC, TIIRILLER 3:30: o'clock. Circle One will be ,
. "I". going to bf talk of the entertained by Mrs W. J. Church- '
town . better hurry to the well at the parsonage; Circle Two -Hhr I MANY WOMEN SAY "But I never have fats left over."
I'ark Theatre, beginning Sunday will be entertained by Mrs. Char. t \ Certainly good economy to re-uleyour fats...but there's alwayi
April 1st . you will be held ley E. Johns at her home on South 1 Q/Ws some left over even after that..and that little is more important
spellbound!l" ... Street. I than you can imagine. Only cne tablespoonful of used fat will hdp
make 5 machine-gun bullets. So there just can't ever be too little

a to save! Come on, everybody, scrape your broiling pan, your

Slarke8 roaster. ,skillet.Save, meat trimmings; and scraps of fat left on plattj.OTHERS .
The Get Set for Summer Fun ,

'F finest

restaurant B fa I 6 +y '
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:'" and bar St'ttia
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,'I:!v,.;' fashions of a new

\ : 't LOBSTNK r season , sparkling ,, ><1

_ i bright in hue .

:: \ SHRIMP M prophetic in style . lit

elegant in manner . 4. I W
!;, CHICKEN 1 n 52
arNEW that whisperof :, nW %

spring and sing C uU ._--1 (
f I TELL MCt "But my fats are often too dark to turn
out the
glories in." It doesn't make a mite of difference how dark or blackened
For B ASSORTMENT of a blessed and f + S)JtSf'" ...or what smelly things like onion or fish you've cooked in your

colorful Easter '. . fx 7 a ?. :!$ fat. Every drop of it will help make parachutes synthetic rubber

*{ a Connoisof Swim Trunks Bathing Caps fashions to give you ; t I soaps for the fighting and war fronts. Don't feel ashamed to hand
your place at the head h f 5J l it in to your butcher If you save every.bit of fat you possibly're ..
doing a job to be of 1
Sun of the Easter Parade.To .
i 0 ''
carry you through
:; Good Food NOW to summer . I' 1It'

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,;; ( seurs We Have Many Items That .
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1t 0
,. ;J\1+!,;"\t', jli: For An Evening {Will lie Useful In The Care of' Your Baby ( )) e fw : '

ib4Q1' ; To Enjoy andRemember I ,

>" ,' : UMBRELLASA also hats . bags . costume jewelry
'1tk: f' Try Our Limited Stock Just Arrived .
'; l, Good Food :'*,'W
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. L .j.e Large Assortment of THEN YOU HEAR "But what sort of container willl""?

i Lucien Lelong Perfumes I Any kind of tin can will do. The next time you open a can offru1tor
'i'l NEWLYREDECORATED juice or soup or vegetables, save it. But please don't use gla*
r" . and Cosmetics almost always breaks and makes the fat difficult to salvagj-'

J When the can is full, take it to your butcher. For every poUP .j
a \\"I 1i t you'll get; 2 red points. If you have any difficulty disposing dyed'

fats,call;your Home Demonstration or County.Agent.jtppwej .
':\ ,1 / 325 Temple Ave. KOCH DRUG STORE

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LOCAL THE WOMAN IN TilE WIN- Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Zevtn 2-c Woodfin O. Halle Jr., and iv rincviT .OIHT. IIn"u"onnl I April S3, 1946. In the above Lamed '
r NEWS I ILt. '
BITS of I DOW . Mrs. rnl>!MT". FI.WHIIIll IN' (" Court and cease whorctn. pialattfdtvnre. / ,
"Komrthlng as Anna
pretty a guest and little daughter, Linda CHI1V.Francis. 'AN-I I .....k. and rimtn'ly and rnntrol .
special in the way of a mW, . of Miami, who Is an old I who pent the past week X. Mfdrlrrm. Plaintiff, "". of rhlldron. HraOford County: .
la kumdlnK of a motto, U I ever friend. After spending with Mr and Mrs. W. O. Maria Florence. Mrilrlnm Dvfun- T"lf>< Mrs. :11. B. dant. Ca.. No In next four weekly l um.Wltnrii '
E. Oaboi-ne will return Jones and daugh- : saw one." . see It at the Park time here Mrs. !' Sr.. have returned to Miami I.
hand and official
T my '
station at Carolina ;Peachy ters, Misses Ruth and Helen spent Theatre beginning Sunday; April going to New York for a he is stationed.! AND NOTICE PUBLICATION TO A. .'JoAn at Stark, Floil.| M. alter spending furlough. Friday afternoon in Jacksonville. 1. . Cpl. and Mrs. Al Perils J. N Payne, who recently Ii,, 1910.
STATE OIC ruillinA
*e with Mrs. T' dressen New- summer cotton and silk, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome spending a 14 day her home in Starke has mov- Florence Xli* li Rhodes, who etanew < just arrived a t Lrlla's spent Tuesday in Gainesville.. their old home In New York to Jacksonville and will make I.. 1' H..ndt>rm.>n Strrvt. Homfirvtllf, I Clerk of .al 1 Court I
Ralph Dresn! Shop. Massachusetts.YOU T Frank Uandrum, "'Htarke Fk rlda, '
I spent Mrs home at 4047 Green St. i'
Petersburg Carolyn Kenney and Miss Miss Grace Green Mrs. I are required to I I II
and appear oix Atty. for Plf. 3-13 41 f-t3
Capt. Mrs. J. L. Hoffman
with Sharon Hall were visitors to Jacksonville lard Pans and Mrs Adam WOMAN IN TIIK WIN I I
and daughter Sylvia have return. last Friday. were shopping in GalD \ \\' . "a humdinger of a mvw- -
)9 L J Green and children ed from a ten day visit with rei.aUves Cpl. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs wereIn Tuesday.A melodrama ,. Opening at i
Mrs PM.. Barefoot spentedneaday In Bamberg, S. C. Palatka on business Saturday.Mr. Park Theatre Sunday April
joint birthday celebration
d Mrs. afternoon In Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. E. M Davis were and Mrs. Arch Dobbs of held at the home of Mrs.. . deserves> a. place of honor ,
In Jacksonville 9McaYtUA
'. Friday afternoon.S Ralford spent Sunday with Cpl. Godwin on Cherry St. your movie shopping list . .
e. and '-lln.! Woodrow tool- 1-c Curtis Odell Jones. Armed and Mrs. Alton. Dobbs. honoring Mrs'W. I L. D. Halnes will return .
Mr. and children.. of. .P- Guard of the U. S., Navy la Mrs. W. B.. Mundy, Jr., spent Cpl.. Gilbert Buatrock. after attending a two ., ..... ., ,
Iapetnt with Cpl. &114 spending a 3Q day furlough with '
Sunday Tuesday and Wednesday In Miami 1 New revival meeting in Wash-
: umtnwootton and ; IN 'THE EASTER PARADE
I |iia mother, Mrs. Edna Jones.7aCNl' .
Alton pobbe. on business dresses jat arrived a t'' D. C. ., .
"'I. ,. .
Sgt. Curtis H. Colding has been Dress Shop .. Carrie Ritch. and son, Dr. "
IS ., : I rI
. Steaks transferred from Camp Blanding Mr. and Mrs N. StefrvberJc: Rltiphrfar, .spending. sev ., .. ( "1 '. .. .. .. ,
to Ft. M.L.Smith"wets days this week with Mr..I and \
The rJp.e.t Jackson S..C. Mrs., Cording Mrs. Junius .
It ..Lobster the former"Mlee Vergie Gas- ping In Jacksonville"Thu 1 N./TJH. Hitch in AvonPark.: fJ A 1/ .. "
., <*
t t..Usn 'd.1t
foods . ld1\s'rttafot! ; : him titer; soon. Mrs.-.R. 'J.,.Davts I is apendl' .tiv: relt 1England has V' 'U ,
Shrimp ret t fried"\ fi where J -
few days visiting in : '
Miss Ethel Taylor and Mrs: .
was stationed on a hospital 4t ,
at reasonable John ;Roane were shopping in week. la spending a 12 day leave ferrtt Kjrou'i .
Gainesville! Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.: W. J. he'Y
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. f :
prices ,. SEA FOOD Mrs. .J. M. Davis recently spenta Jr.Mrs.. had Epperson's as Sunday parents dinner, Mr. 1:. McKinney. Cpl. McKIn- Joan mil! ,
FISH OR shopping n Gainesville. has been In service two years'
.... ".. MEATPLATE Sgt. Davis who was with the MP Mrs. R. L. Richard of took his training at camps In andEunland
Court & Call St. Detachment at Camp Blending ville. Texas and Oklahoma t,
.... .. .. .. has transferred to Headquarters Mrs. K. 0. Duncan going overseas. He Is a Fashions .

i George .Kopelousos LUNCH ,. Company and Is now overseas Gainesville Wednesday on of Bradford High School. .. L of Miami : '
Owner 45c TIlE WOMAN ,IN. TIlE WIN ness.Mr shipment of Carol King '
DOW . Is certainly one of the and Mrs.''Walter Just arrived at Leila'. I '
m8l\tf'I'PII' of Its kind . practically Jacksonville were guests Shop :
scalds you ont of your day of last week of Mr. and
uiDON WRILLAt eat . playing at .t h e4.Park .W." G.Halle.: Births ALSO ..
Theatre beginning Sunday April Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, who Costume Jewelry Ii ft: : :
.. 1. . been spending sometime In Mr and''Mrs. R. D. Thorn- .*..
."Eat The Best' And Forget The Rest" Mrs. Don McCann and sons Bill with her parents Mr. and Brooker, son born March 24. Ladies Bags. i
and Blair .will Mr. and Mrs Roy Starling I
returned to their homeIn A..C. Durden. arrive I '" t
.-AugustaKan.., Tuesday afteran day for a. vlsitwitb, her daughter born March 26. "I and : "
M lor.... M extended -stay with Mrs. Mc- In-law and sister Mr, ,and Mr. end Mrs'. R. L, Morgan ;tAIl accessoriesfor ".. jt f; :
-- " paraeptstMr..and Hrs"
\ '
: z& .. ..1 ..a"J'' .. : v j 'Mrs. ''Fred ,
. ",;: . oJ I,.. Blair . Rev.. and Mrs. W. J.. Mr. and Halatop your Easter ''Outfit. t' i'' \
YOU WILL BE PLEASED. . Mr. and Mrs.t Fred Guy were well and .M....., E. K. daughter born March 28. 1 't ,' !.

.. ,,. 1> ..-1'" '. "f: ;:.... 't -, .1' in Gainesville1 311 business Tues were la Jacksonville S '
day. last week visiting Mrs.
Z 1 oo' ,Ms$..JI'RI1ce..rarker ,o f St Long who' was In St. FOR FINE MART SHOP
.... tr ).r ,,., i S .Peter burg.sUl. arrive this week.end Hospital and,.!Kaspar i PIANO" 'TUNIN'GWR3TlC t ,
for a visit with her daughter. who is in Hope''Havfon'H '' i ,TO .
Mrs. B. Opperman and sister Mrs. Wm. LaMorte has I > ,JO E8. ,410 W. XOth N&-t: DOOR TO POST O1T1C1; ,
Mrs. P. M..Barefoot. to Coral Gables after Jacksonville 6, F1a.I .
Mrs. S. L. Peek and daughter several days with relatives I I I
.. Fran were shopping In Jackson- -
ville Wednesday. _=__ =- =- ======- ... = '<'. :. -
I Miss Frances Peek had as a
week-end guest Miss Marguerite
; Deyorio) of) Tampa.
Mrs. Effle Johns was shoppingIn Give
"',' ., .'' Gainesville Thursday of last
week.Hubert for

With some women, it's the work a laun- Kelly 0 f Plant City ,

dry does that leads them to select it . and spent Mrs.the Alton week-end Dobbs.with Cpl. ait' ; ,

with others, price is the main consider- Mrs. Effie Johns spent' Tuesdayand 0 ,

ation. In ,our plant you get both per- Wednesday In Jacksonville :
with her sister, Mrs. Mena Mc-
work and economical price! Send us
fect Cutcheon, and niece, Mrs. J. J. '
your bundle this week and see for your Gross. ( Outstanding values in beautiful pieces of fine Jewelry for your Easter

self. Cecil R. Moore and son Charlesof giving At amazingly low prices! i
Lake Wales were week-end
guests of his mother, Mrs. D. W.

Moore.Mr. LAD{ S' 17-JEWEL J\-EN'S, WRIST A Real Easter Special ':}Jf JfI {!
11.JEWEL -
L I !
Hampton were visiting Mrs. D. 0 U I S DIES'>> LATKHT: STYLK: WATCHES ,

W Moore Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Jeweled Movements Dependable' Ac- .
STARKE, Wilbur Scott has returnedto Nationally AilvertlfuM '
PI and LAUNDRY NationallyKnown curate Smartly 0I I
ONE FLA. her home here after spending WRIST WATCH li
several days in a Gainesville Styled Choice 1 ; 1

Hospital. PiNK OKYKLIXW -- of Colored! Dial f 9 asti
New Mlilpmrnt( of Carol King !
/it'eMNefJ u s t arrived at Leila's COM) 49.50 up f la1 UO'C'J j f
DreHM Shop.

... 42 50 Fedora Tax $15 to $17 !
NAT SEZ: ----------: Included I'hw Tax "

Sure would hate to hate the :;
> 'A? Job of traffic cop In Berlin when

< the Reds rush In from one side TARKE FL-:. &ic tlaISel deepRedCoss The Perfect ,

the Americans from toe other j. '

side, and the Nazis run out In SUN. MON. TUES. HANDSOMELY CARVED EASTER :
all directions at once. Somethingtells +
APRIL I, 2, 3 "
mo there's- gonna be an awful 1-CARAT GIFT '
nasty tangle and It looki like It 1 SETTING atHis .
won't be long now. A Lovely i


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y $75.00 UHIDAL SETS I 17 I :<. '
Newest Novelty"Fraser's $2.95
Federal Tan Incl. From $21.00 FROM! . .

DRESSER S ET S Ladies'Birthstone .Rins Beautifully Worked {'#


IrT Tim Gift That \Ire" : I

To 1'11"_. : \.

3 PC. to 20 PC. : i

A too-booutlf.l SETS I \ I I
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t : woman, a lo- sire. ,
G5og8r.t.t.0 frs* man -and an evsw $3.95 J '
ring of gay (fttrtetlo I ,
shifting madly Into a to ,
panic of guilt and fear HOLD TWO riCTUKKfl j

Hobby Clogs"PLAY and crimson MURDER $35.00 12.50 3'
International Picture. Inc.tuaea From $2.gS!


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$3.95 pair"Sternberg's JOHNSON
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r SIX RRAn v>R.n nnrrvrv itnr.MnRAPif. BTARKK. FLORIDA FRIDAY, pipit'--.. ,
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_ anything against him but we Social Hygiene Day The non-official agencies. Red stories . .you have
knew Lex Green to be Cross, Social Welfare Board and a time . a
our own at
Letter BoxDear tried and true. He has always SlElRVlfClE IP !Q I IE Throws SpotlightOn others have cooperated fully. Par- banning Sunday P8lt d
been courteous about replying to V. D. tlcul a r I y the USO-YWCA has Ap,81 f
Program done excellent work in the educational -
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letters and he once spent a lot = 1
Editor: of time doing something mighty M. D. field. The citizen's committee -
d We surely enjoyed Senator fine for our little community. We has done the foot work -
BACK IN NEW YORK IN GERMANYMrs. Surgeon (R) U.S.P.H.S. = Iiteltr
+, Charley Johns' letter. It makes are eternally grateful.We in German lleo&1thlCpt. and the staff of the health de- a
Caught a heavy S. R. Swindell of Theressahas Director Clay.Itradford --
us proud that we voted for him. Caldwell partment is grateful. The newspapers -
Gov. ,
are backing artillery barrage during fightingin received word that her son
He is eminently correct in what In good undertaking and it Luxemb 0 u r g, Pvt. Wm. T Pvt. Walter Swindell, was seri- helped us considerably and
:t, he about teachers salaries every National Social Hygieneset should be com-
says himself. (Billy) Jackson, 22-year-old son ously wounded while fighting in the publishers
Is to him to
and old folks' pensions. us prove of Mrs. Carl Jackson of Starkwas' Germany on March 5. He had aside for stock-taking and mended. :
We failed to vote for Gov. Mrs W. J. Overstreet. We have much to be proud of !Jtl9
hit by shrapnel in the left been overseas only a short while planning along the social hygiene
r '. Caldwell too; not because we had Lawtey Fla.! arm: He was returned to the having spent a furlough at homeIn front. It is a day also used asa ''at this time of social hygiene reflection "a_

------. --- -. .. .- _. ___ _1. ,. --,.-- States this week is now lit- New January prior to. reporting: to Hnrlncrhoard. to tell the neoDle Penicillin a new weapon ...'/iI'.'
'f.1 York and will probably be sent Fort Meade."- about t--the. -facts' of syphilis; and I has proved Itself in the treatmentof '<'... .f'1

"TOP The i t6 a hospital In the South. Pvt. Swindell entered the army gonorrhea and to enlist: the pea gonorrhea and, It may replace
Evening J At the time of Pvt.Jackson's June 28, 1944.and took his train- ple's support for the community' the messy long drawn out treat
;:. injury his unit was'engaged in a ing at Camp Shelby Mice? and program to control and prevent ment of many types and stages'
!: :s.. , Off" .SViih. V:) i, coordinated tank and infantry Camp Croft. S. C. He has two these diseases. It is a.>day that of.syphilis. No, Matter
I, Ny drive to take a small town when brothers in service. Pvt. James can ..also be used to reflect the At this time let :ua look
the.Germans) laid down a barrageof Swindell stationed in Texas and tremendous..advances nape in the forward to a continuance of good What
DO NUTS 88 mm. shells. K. B. Swindell who just entered treatment of gonorrhea and syphilis. work and good living and always Bra II t&

M ,, "A medic reached me immediately the .Navy on March 22. It )la a fitting time;to think remember that promiscuity is the

-f-d AND CRFF.EEe dressed!,.my wound and directed of the .cooperation given thehealth outstanding factor in the entire '
,0 DINKINS BROTHERS department by the various
\, 01P me to the .nearest aid: station problem. eliminate promiscuityand 0'y 0'j'u
., \) SERVE IN NAVYPaul agencies and individuals so vitally;
I '. ,e,11\ 0. : '. ,". Pvt. Jackson said. "I re- Interested in V. D: control.In you practically.eliminate ven- '
.. ... _. .. ereal disease. :, rei n"
o11\e ceived treatment at '- ,
S emergency the area, of Clay and Bradford -
; I several field hospitals In France ; t-- ,1,1a ,1aw counties there are two military -
I and was then flown to England.Pvt. bases One. Camp Blan-
: -!' II I Jackson was local agent ding is one of the largest I.R.T.C. . "belon among the8eaHOn' YOU'LL ALWAY'
outfits in superior murder
for Central Truck Lines before the country. The otherIs very
the the Naval Air Station of Green ..
'' I entering Army In June 1944.
.. Made from frwth His wife Mrs, :Margaret O. Jackson Cove Springs a fIghter'pilot TERMITE ERADICATIONAND FINDA
HAMBURGERS and their son live in Starke. training'station. The many thous- CONTROL
sirloin steak
ground ands of boys in training at th'edtwo
If you see flying ants comingIn
places are better off than in
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or out of your' house the
i. The; very finest SOUTH PACIFIC .many sections of the country be- HEARTY
: chanced are you have termites
HOT DOGSMade I Pfc. Inman D. Green of cause there are few places that .
-4 Swift's Premium son and you :.wW be able'to save v
', . Hr. and Mrs. L';. D. of can claim the low rates of V. D. ;
h ., - _- -- yourself .a ,big repair bill. A
from pure Starke, is serving with the MarInes and Charles, sons of Mr. Infections that we have here. The nominal charge for In'Pf'>Ctlon. WELCOME
1 ji (' < ORANGEAD' I .In the South': Pacific after and Mrs. P. I* Ulnkins of Law-, reason Is that the health depart- We can give beat Gainesville
tI [" It Florida fruit having"been ,-.tattc>.ned.! asa rifle tey Are both serving in the,Navy. ment enjoys active cooperation reference; ... .
} from. '
f-f; instructor;\ at,,New.' River,..N. C., Paul (left above) 1 is a.Seaman, civilian as. wen. as military. Telephone at
: / for. several years. .He would be 2-c and recently completed booV} establishments." The .1 number of C. A. POWELL
.I glad: for .friends to,:;add the' soldiers at Blending receivingin-
o/6AV18'SANDWICH training at Balnbridge. Md. Hes 1143-4 or .Write, .
: fection from in and
SHOP sources Clay
following, address to their address
1 now stationed, in New POI.t.Rhode Rt. 2, Box 88, Gainesville '
counties is consist
books him line 080
and, drop a- occasionally JDRDANiused
: Pfc. Inman D. Green Ialapd.Charles ently low that time is now takento .'
", WEST CALL STREET' j iU. right Is :
pinking ( ) tell
JjW why.
1 t! 'r. ?, 44th Repl. Draft Co. C. Pit. 120,
Ik( F also a. Seaman 2-c and ))9 now .Col. Charles 1 I . just like mother 1
.. . San Francisco Calif. C a lard,"'Campk.rnnnn
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i. \-; :' School at. Little Rock, Va. staff* in spite of. many other to 'makeLAPPi
4\11: iJ'. 'i .' duties, have given time and effort -
8GT. : .
f. FAULKNER, P.O.W. and understanding to the v
', '';' COMPLIMENTS RED CROSS work of the health department ? 1, ,
"Give the Red Cross my compliments particularly in the Starke area : i t;' 'PADDY LIBRETTI MCK
r 4y .1-.1'I ) on the job they are doIng :
1 1p ." where the army forces are con- .' .. ;0.t ,.
centrated. C o m m ander Weiss t15 WEST CALL St.
This request was contained in Senior Me d I cal Officer of the '
1 a letter received recently by Mr. Naval Base has loaned a stalwart .,
and Mrs. Ben L. Faulkner from hand in ironing out problems in F
;.{r, their son. Staff Sergeant RobertL. the Green Cove Springs area. It .

,,. Faulkner whd Is now a prIsoner has always been a pleasure to ,
of war of the German government deal with him. The law enforce-

ment personnel who have borne
Sgt. Faulkner stated that .he the brunt of the social hygiene
was writing the letter after re- front have done an amazing job. Prompt Service Careful Driven
: I"r tLLr turning fro m church Indicating I They 'were the spearhead in cleaning

\ that the prisoners are allowed to up. 'Mayor Darby of Starke STARKE TAXI SERVICEand
lf hold services of their choice. "I'm has set an example of coopera-
getting along all right, although tion that would well serve as an
I' i there are a lot of things I miss" Ideal for other communities to
he said. shoot at. Sheriff Andreu and

After naming a list of Items his staff and Chief Alvarez and MACK'S TAXI SERVICE
' u for the home folks to send hint, his staff have done notable workin
'. Sgt. Faulkner stated "You the county and in the Starke
.I eedn't send any clothing for were area. In'Clay County and Green Phone 150'
getting that through the Red Cove Springs Sheriff Hall and '
t, Cross. Give them my compli- Chief Hlnson and their staffs Day 6 Night
4 ments on the job they are doing." have been a strong arm on whichwe
V ek r"'s'' r'ewu+ could lean at all times The
'I .mrwwr 11 LT. EVELYN STUMP City councils and the County Com-

_ )j ( ii:: HRADS TRAINING AIDS missioners have passed V. D. leg-
# .- : Lt. (Jg) Evelyn I V. Stump, islation and generally supportedthe

.:;" ... daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. health department program.

':'\ _Stump____ .L.of Starke___L'_, 1.' Bremerton Detail.- NTS.- -, Newport '
r, was me IIUDJeCJ; R. I.Morgan. ?J l; )
of the "Officerof Lee Tilghman, S 1-c, to n ... .-
I' {
r ea, the Week" 1730 65th St., Oakland Calif. it'C
,t feature in a Key I Bishop M. Myrick, S 1-c. NAS, ver bode 6 ae

I .. West newspaper San Diego Calif.
d, recently. Describ-

, ;',;1 c4J carried ing Stump the on receiving work at by theNavy'e Lt. {,,]' f 1CIi zm-Kui1 :7 d / 4 n

station In Key Doit younelf at bom _""
I Earh kit contain PerCQl
: ;3 West the writer p manwt Wave KolttUon. H ]'
and "*
stated that shampoo eurlor
'- she
1 / is "responsible for the elaborate I .?, i. (rnve..,CM t. Snfo.a Claim-Karl Money barn Kl tgt itiwHtml. ..,y. ABOUTine

i...;-t'a, J-0 11 training aIds set-up in this area". Koch Drug Store
She is
J j / officer-In-charge of a sub-
j' u library at the
.. Receiving Station.
I"" ;&
.At "Reporting to Key West on
'\ ; / Nov. 30, 1943, Lt. Stump or-
#,. r ganized the work here and at the REAL RELIEF 1
4I present time has one of the most

w :, /; complete educational service pro- /tom ACID\ )
to "
4 grams be found anywhere
4. -: ur the article stated. INDIGESTION
,-,. Under her direction, classes In
Spanish and other
(i subjects have
I;. I been organized and her office
'i''i'I acts as a central agency for the BISMA-REX

; distribution of material to the
EDql. various other educational officeson V. i>'
\ 1t E 9 to 9 Daily
s the island. Restaurant HourS
'I THE A former member of the B.H.S. Carpenter's' Drug Store : Except Tuesday

strain of War Transportation has laid a heavy J hand upon faculty Lt. Stump attended the

Northampton NTS and was com- _.._ -- ,_ _II... .. _._._ _._ .... ...,.. .. ... ,.
of "
I the rolling bUll line. Florida '-
II,",. equipment every Motor Lines missioned in October 1943. She

'' 1i 1\ '.. has a regiment of veterans that have gone down fighting an's Is a graduate of the State Wom-'
College at Tallahassee. You're
Service Man
1' Jf: I retired from active duty only after the most amazing records NEW ADDRESSES: a

'F'. : '} in round-the-clock service. They have carried the load througI }-' t OF SERVICE MEN and are looking for
Cpl. Chas Burton 1st School
:. ;;:. ; the nation's most trying times. Company, Atlanta Ord. Depot. ",

,;,. ;)" I tc' .. Now, Florida :Motor Lines is happy to be assigned. a limited Atlanta Pvt. L Ga.E. Mosely. Jr., Inf. Co. ; the'right things at the

"-r1 i number of handsome, NEW COACHES, designed to meet then L. 4th Pit., APO l 6i6. New York. V k.
Pvt. right price.
J. B.
SUcox Med. Det.,
:'i' ...It." demands of tomorrow as well as today. These coaches will 144 Int.. Camp Swift. Texas.

.:! ?1 j I help maintain our priceless tradition of dependability . f 87th K. B.Anthony Harrell Ave.AMM, ,,Chicago 1-c. NATTC III. VISI.TSHAFKIN'S

;" t' oI.(j)'\ serve our patrons with the safety and comfort :worthyof J. S. Eunice. Jr.. S 2-c. Dis.

t their continued loyalty. Like good soldiers they take their .

rk ,1 place in the line, to work diligently for Freedom and Peace. STROUT::T"Lareant

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( Prop.rtr. !!.. male ever
r3."OO ..1.. ot llomtm_ Farm._

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S . S. Walker of Jacksonville, holder of day after having visited Mr. and . . . . . e iv rmrrir rouRT. BRADFORD fin next four weekly issues ,) seal at Stark, Florida, this March i iT
top score, Mrs. Kite presented a Mrs. P. D. Fancher ('011 'rY. FLORIDA. IN CHAN- Witness my hand and official , 1945.
of since Thurs- CKHV.Francis. .seal at Starke Florida this March (OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. Thomas,
ate Farm % ream cologne and recipients -, Graham Elwood Hunter Plaintiff 6. 19 n. As Clerk of .said Court. I
of high and second high day.Mrs.. v. Blanche Elisabeth Hunter Defendant (OFFICIAL SRAL) A. J. Thomas, ffarrell McCauley, Florida National
WhItfield club prizes of Defense M. D. Youngr Mrs. Ernie Cane. No. 8668. As Clerk of said Court. Bank Hid"*, Jacksonville,
Mrt' Dry". . . Stamps Yarbrough and Mrs. E. Q. Land rfly Mrs. Edward Norman ORDER OF PUBLICATIONANT T. Frank Landrum, Starke Florida Florida, Attjr for Pit. 141 3-10 t
. S were Mrs. Martin Griner and Mrs. were luncheon of . . . . . . e NOTICE TO APPKAR Atty. for Plf. 3-9 41 3-30 ,
guests Mr. and
Fielding STATE OF FLORIDA to .
: respectively.
Carlton S 1-'
( returnedto .
cixn: MEETINGs Mr. P. D. Fancher, Sr. Mrs. Ira Young In Lake Butler Hunter whoa .address Is IV CIRCUIT COI IIT, BR"UP'OUUCOI'NTV
E was his ship In Norfolk. Sunday unknown.You '
Monday. PLORlUlt IV CUAV-
and sweet peas were used lucky in bingo. At the end of after spending a week with his .are required to appear on CKHV.Elliabeth. 9gq maitQ' 'H
the living and dining the games Mrs. Kite served straw- Misa Mildred Williams of FSWCat family and his parents Mr. and April le. 1945. In the above named n. Byrd Plaintiff vs.Mlrt ; r
..rate Tallahassee Court and cause, wherein plaintiff. C. Byrd Defendant Case No.
the home of Mrs. J. K. berry short-cake and coffee to her was with Rev. Mrs. Jeff Davis. seeks divorce. Brad ford>> County 3<43.
of entertained theFarm guests. and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd from Telegiaph shall puMlsh this OrderIn ORDER OF PUBLICATION Keep-B
'hen she Frt.rnoon. Thursday until Sunday. Mrs. Emma Driggers of Jack next four weekly Issues. I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
Bridge Club During last week's observance I sonville recently spent a day with Witness my hand and official : STATK OF FLORIDA to: Pfo
To Mrs. Ernest Mr. and Mrs. L. A. McDowellof her sister Mrs) Alfred Varnes of aeal at Htarke Florida, this March Dirt C. Byrd U9H IU. whose residence -
: of Mission Week by Raiford Baptist Tampa 14th 1945.OFFICIAL. I and Is Company A,
came Sunday to visit
Starke and brother Berry Dyal. 6th Regiment Indian tow n Gap
CHURCH Start Your Post-War
CHRISTIAN Church Mr. and r. rs. C. H. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Griner for Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal and Aa( Clerk of SEAL said )Court.T. A.. J. Thomas Military Reservation Pennsylvania.You 'i
OF STABKB entertained Mrs. A. several days. Also Mr. Frank lAndrum, Florida i are required to appear on Planning Now! :
ChrtaUan Sts. Cope J. Terry visiting son Tommy spent the weekend Starke April l 9, 1945, In the above named
call and of Winter Park who was a missionary and Mrs. Griner Sunday were with friends in High Springs. Atty. for Plf. 3-18 4t 4-f I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I jq I
PaetorIces Place Your Order Now For
Smedtey, divorce and restoration of previous
w. O. Brazil Mr. and Mrs. S. V. R. '
to for 33 years Martllng IN 'IR'I'IT CO I HT. BRAI)FOKI)
S 1-c Earl Broughton is spending name. Bradford County Telegraph
as follows each: Sunday at I and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradleyhad of Melroae. a leave with relatives here. cr.Rr.Oustave 01':111'1': FLORIDA IV CHAN shall publish this. Order In next The Following: Appliances: r
School with them Mrs. H. P. McCormick Mr. and Plaintiff four weekly Issues.Witness
Mrs. Lester Dobbs and Alexander Laiiolla -
hand and official ,
Ernest Davis, F 1-c of Solo my
II'- of McComb Miss., who children VH. France Clvltella Lapolla.
spent with relatives -
and communion ser- mons, Md., Is spending a 21 day Defendant Cane. No. JU57ORI .
was a missionary to Nigeria. in Jacksonville. BENDIX
>ER OF prnt.icATiONANH ; '
7:39 m.
11a.m. and : p. leave with his parents, Mr. and
It meeting each Wednes- Mrs. 'Ernest Walker returnedto Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis and Mrs. Jeff Davis and other relatives STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Frances AUTOMATIC

m. her home in Jacksonville Sunr family were guests of relativesIn here. Clvltella Lapolla, whose residenceand EjI HOME LAUNDRY ,
7:30: p. post office address I III: 106-18 !
Waldo and Graham last week- 1)BRElfItFAS1
Bobby Frazier Is confined to joint toad, Mouth ().one Park New

his home this week with rheumatic York
You are required to appear '
\\r . and Mrs. Tom Lowry of fever. April 19, 1945 In the ahov named HOTPOINT
Hampton and Camp Blandingwere Court and cause, wherein plaintiffseek
Chili O Hot Dogs Sandwiches with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Smith of divorce. Brad for d County REFRIGERATORS
and Mrs. R. H. Telegraph. shall publish this Order RANGES
Cox Saturday night and Sunday. Wavnesboro: Va., art spendingsome In next four weekly Issues. I
time with t Mrs. Smith's Witness my hand and official, and see how much better WATER HEATERS i (.
TilE HOME Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. brother and slster-ln\.-law, Mr. and seal at Starke. Florida, this March you feel all day.
OF HOME COOKING 1(1.( 1945 ''J
Markham Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal. I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas ",
Mrs. Truman Markham As These Become Avail-
and A. Clerk of said Court
Waldo .
Mrs. R. M. Johnson of
daughter, JoAnn and Sherman was a Sunday dinner guest of tuna Walter Iteach( llanlesty.'1"., Atty.Box 4211.for D l'lf.a.ul y-, CAMPDINER able We Will Fill Orders .
I Brown of Jacksonville and Mrs. Edward I 4t 4.6 I
Mr. and Mrs Norman. In Order of Application
Sid Dobson and Miss B ern Ice -
erry's Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Jones
Dobson of Starke. IV: TIIK \TTKIt OK KHTATK OF
and son were visiting here and in 1AI110'l..llllld JOHN" MINOU. i
Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews hadas Brooker Sunday afternoon Notice la hereby given. to all BED LAMPS
whom It may concern (hat I will,
Tuesday supper guests Rev. Albert Norman of Pearce was aa guardian Marion Claire Johns, & DESK LAMPS ''tiI
CALL STREET and Mrs. Fred Smedley of Key- visiting his mother Mrs. Maggie I minor, on the 12th day of April

NEXT DOOR TO WESTERN UNION I stone Heights and as Sunday din- I Norman of Rising and other relatives 1945 K. Perryman apply to County the Honorable J u d g e K.of Corner Call & CherryHighest :'

ner guests Mr. and Mrs D. L.. here last week. Bradford County, for an Order to
Shaw and son, Joe, of Lacrosse.Mrs. sell the Interest. of said'" minor In O [ .
Mr. and M Flake Watson .
s. the following: described lands, to-
Doris Davis and baby received a telegram from their wit: I SERVICE'I

Place*.. daughter Jacksonville visited son R. L. of the Navy, this week West-half to of Hnsey'a Block Eleven Survey!: according of- Quality

Old Sarge's Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dobbs for telling them of his marriage in Hampton Flo. and East-half ofBlocks I

several days the early part of, Boston, Mass. two of Ulanton'a Thirty-one Addition and Thirty-Tuwn STEAKSand
the week. I Gordon Jones and, daughter and of Hampton Florida: I

TARKE'S ORIGINAL After'an extended stay with her Mrs. Edward Norman and son Maid bailed Hale upon to be application at private on sale tile,and WINKLER

mother, Mrs. J. W. Ward of Herbert were visiting in Brooker\ This March 8th 1945. !

ARMYTORE Ocala Mrs. Bert Chambers returned Sunday. a4t 3-30 MARJORIH WAD8WORTH.Ouarldian.CIHCI'IT CHOPSOpen
home Sunday Services will be held at the I ELECTRIC I

Baptist Church Sunday morningand iv rotitT. niiAi FoiuifOl'NTV.
Monday visitors and
of Mr. i
evening with the pastor. Rev. FLORIDA IV IIIANI e !
Mrs. J. G. Caldwell were Mrs. H. I I-.IIV.: SERVICE
B. Frazee and three children of M. T. Knight of Maxvllle In I Ruth te Dunn Dryant. Plaintiff,
9 A. M. 9 P. M.
charge. Everyone is invited to vs. Lawton lir'anl.:11'/: ., Defendant -
Jacksonville.Mrs. I 226 Temple Ave.
Case No. S605
attend church services on Easter j
I Daily Except Thursdays
C. H. Cope and Gene Cope OIttFlt OF PtifLI'ATiON
Authorized :
spent the past week-end with
OF FLORIDA to Lawton
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'War ---- ----------- ---------------------
By The Department Mrs. Ada Hubert in Jacksonville.Mr. . . . . . . . Hryant Hr whose address IK: J'vt. -
Lawton Bryant, A.S.N. HOnSlSO, Hq. JI
and Mrs. Ira of
Young Co., KOI) 1'rcht. lin. APO 464, %
Lake Butler were guests of Mr. Woodlawn Postmaster, New York, New. York. I
Operated v and Mrs. M. D. Young last week- You are required to appear on SERVICES I
I April 18 1945 In the above named
Ex-Soldier end. ny Mrs. Myrle Rafune" l'ourt and cause, wherein plaintiff .
By an Dewey Thornton celebrated his . . . . . . seeks divorce, custody of childrenand ,
restoration of malden name
twelfth birthday with a party at of plaintiff. Bradford County Telegraph EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT
the home of his parents. Mr. and The Rev. Fred Robins of St. shall publish this Order In

HEADQUARTERS Mrs. Dave Thornton, Thursday, Cloud will begin a revival meet- next Witness four weekly my hand Issues and official

March 15.: Ing at the Wood lawn Baptist seal at Starke, Florida. this. March I

FOR ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Crews have Church, Sunday, April 8. He Is 14(OFFICIAL. 1945. SEAL) A. J. Thomas I. SUNDAY SCHOOL 3 P. M.

JEWELRY moved from the Farm to their widely known throughout t h estate A8 Clerk of mild Court. !
nome ai Lawtey, for his ability in the work T. Frank Landrum, tttarke. Florida.
Atty. for Pit. t-16 4t 4-8
Capt. Martin Griner recently of The Lord. The public Is cor- '-w.' Everyone Invited To Come And Feet ii
returned to duty at Camp Lee dially invited to attend this meet iv mtriiT rortiT. IIHAIIFOIII* < 4 4Gospel
Suslow'sArmy Va. Mrs Griner remained for a Cllt'NTV,' KI.OH1II IV CI1A.V.CF.HV. You Are A Part Of Us.
ing.Rev. .
en longer stay with relatives here E. M. Teter''of Jacksonville Stephen Clarence Foster, Formerly
and at Lake Butler. filled the pulpit Sunday in the known as Clarence Klmer 1 Foster e
and Klmer Foster! I'laln-
Misses Perkins and Fender and absence of our pastor. He and tlff vs.Stephen Josephine Moravus Foster,

Store Mrs. Hoi ton, nurses attached to Mrs. Teter were dinner guests of D fendint.' Cane No. 3 1I.oitnmt .
staff here Mr. and Mrs. Stuckey. : OK pi'HLicATiov' !
the hospital are keep- ANI NOTICK( T 0 APPKAR Mission J
ing house in the residence for- Miss Eunice Wilkerson of Jack- STATE OF FLORIDA to: !Mrs.
9 E. Call Street Starke, Fla. merly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. sonville was a week-end guest of Josephine Moravua F 0 t e r, 951
Washington Avenue, if ronx 56,
W. N. North. her parents Mr. and Mrs. D. L. New York. Assembly Of God I H

---N\ Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis hon- Wllkereon. You are required to. appear on
April 9, 1945, In the above named
ored their daughter Luella, witha Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Swearingen Court and cause, wherein plaintiff J
surprise party at their home of Jacksonville attended prayer seeks divorce llradford. County JUST WEST OF B GATE, CAMP BLANDING

Friday night; March 16, the occasion meeting at the home of Mr. and Telegraph next four shall weekly\ publish Ixsues.Wltnesk this. OrderIn
HEXES meon being her 17th birthday Mrs. J. B. Bradley Friday night. my hand and official J. A. BROOKS, MINISTER
We are still meeting each nightat seal at /Htarke: Florida, this March i
anniversary. 6, 1945.
W tJWI the Church for prayer meet- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.

. . . . . . Ing. Come meet with us and As Clerk of said Court.
Walter C. llardesty DaytenaISeach.
God. Fla., Atty. for I'lf. 3-9 4t 3-30
''Miss Alice Groves of Jacksonville THROUGH THESE PORTALS
on how to spenda Lawtey the week-end with her IN nnci'iT (coi'nr IIHAI>FOHI>
father Willie Groves.Sunnybrook. .
By EVELYNE WARREN Lllao Morris Anderson, Plaintiff :
pleasant hour . . . . . EARTHWATCH
or . va. Samuel C. And"rRon. Defendant
I . . . . . . Case No. 3S39.ORDER .

two with friends Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sllcox of OF PUBLICATION APPEAR !
Starke were visiting Mrs. Sllcox's STATE OF FLORIDA to: Pvt ,
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts Samuel C. Anderson, 14124840, 113Repl. 4
.parents By Mm. Anula Crawford Hn., 659 Rep. Co. A.P.O. 781R. '
) into Sunday.Mr. . . e . . . . % Postmaster, New York New
rop Blanding Center II I G. Loadholtz< of Gibson York. the \
I You are required to appear on
Fla. Is visiting friends and rela- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morrisof April 9, 1945, In the above named i 1 1'a

3ar . Order a glass of tives. here. Jacksonville were week-end Court seeks and divorce.cause Hradford wherein plaintiff County l ,

Curtis Lanler, U. S. Army, whoIs guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Telegraph shall publish this Order
|ce cold beer and just now stationed at Camp Blan- Ward.

ding was visiting friends here last Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and Be Quick To TreatBronchitis ,
pit back week-end of
and relax in week-end. children were guests I&ii' &
Marvin Warren was visiting relatives Mrs. Kelly's brother and sister- "

[he most in town In Jacksonville last week In-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey '
Woods of Jacksonville.Mrs. ) ) I II II I

end.Miss Debbie Phillips of Max- Omage Rosier returned Chronic bronchitis may develop If I,

vllle was visiting her brother and to her home in Macclenny Mon- your cough chest cold or acute bron-
1.tND11ljG'ENTEQ ) sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. O. J. day after spending some time chitis Is not treated and you cannot 1
afford to take a chance with any medicine '
Phillips Sunday. here with her brother and sister- r t
less potent than Creomulsion ,
Mrs. Amanda Jordon of Wad- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kelly. which goes right to the seat of the 1 s ca I

ley, Ga., was visiting her grand- Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby trpuble to help. loosen and expel germ {
A I"") MAYBEIXEJ. daughter, Mrs. H P. ,Neal last were transacting business in Lake laden phlegm and aid nature to
soothe and heal tender inflamed
I afternoon.
HYDE week. City Saturday bronchial mucous membranes.
MANAGER Miss Marguerite Wainwright W C. Ward, Bule Crosby and Creomulsion blends beechwood i !

was visiting Miss Irene Prevatt KIrby Thomas attended church at creosote special process with other )

Friday evening. Oak Grove Sunday. time tested medicines for coughs.It .
contains narcotics.No .

TIlE WOMAN-IN THE WINDOW have matter tried no how tell many your medicines with ( \ ( p

. "this one certainly ix sell you a bottle of Creomulilon

a' treat for all concerned" . the understanding you must like they ,.. f fI
y it quickly cough I
better attend the Park Theatre rest and seep, to
putting or you are .
beginning .Sunday, April 1 . ._ have your money back. (Adv.. 1 ; I3 I


. our records show (

the over two million soldiers !
It's Quality of leadership /

for have made 4

that makes Leaders purchases in our

ReligiousSHELL stores. There must

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; Funeral SaturdayFor To Lay Corner Stone Kingsley C of C Court Telegraph H e e k s and divorce.hall cause publish, Bradford wherein this Plalntlf// COimTT. FLORIDAIN' CHAN: I' Deal Witness at .Stark my*. hand Florida and this official March DOW. .. "A ready IN site&A4CO k 1 \\ .

Wm. W. Agin, For Prison Chapel Plans Activities In next four my weekly hand Innueii.WltneMH and official William CERY.A. Holloway. Plaintiff VII. 27( 1941. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, melodrama . 'hkh tqOFFICIAL l..L

Long Time Resident Monday Afternoon I The newly organized Klngsle seal. at .Starke, Florida, this March Eva Ma Holloway, Defendant.Cae T.Aa Frank Clerk Landrum of said Court., Btarke Florida at the Park Theatre gut?day ._

.. Lake Chamber of Commerce held 23.( 1949.OFFICIAL SEAM) A..I. Thomas, No. 1882.OnDER Atty, for. ;,'lG: -S-1Q 4t. "-20 1 . ?AJ-t

'"''4 'Funeral services were held Sat- The corner stone of a proposed Its Il econd meeting Wed ne day A. Clerk of said Court. OF PUBLICATION1 1 t- ....- .n .. ILL "'J.. -w ,. -.-. ... ....
( urday afternoon at 3:30 o'clockIn chapel for the State Prison at : night,' March 21, In the church NOTICE OF API'\TIOFOIl: AND NOTICE OF ] TO APPEAR __ \
I building belonging to J. A. TAX UKKIWraat > : WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOOD
the Baptlat Church for William Ralford will be laid Monday April I ( nllll '%. 11J3) Mae Holloway, whose residence Is ,

, W. Agin who died in St. Luke's 2, with ceremonies beginning at Brooks, president of the organization NOTICE 18 MCUKBY GIVEN: Unknown.You WRITE TIMBER DEPARTMENT
near B Gate.-, . ., That W. II. Edward, Jr, holderof are required to appear on
I Hospital Jacksonville\ Thursday 4:30: p. m, according to an an- Short talks were. given by Co Tax Certificate No. 626. Issued April 30 1945 In the above named CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA
March 22, after an illneas of two nouncement this week L. F. the 7th day of August A. U. 1833.ha Court and cause, wherein plalntlf 1
by E. C. Rose, commanding office .. filed lam In my office and week divorce and custody of mln- J I FERNANDINA* 'L.A.
+ I weeks. DeWitt C. Junes was in of the of Camp Blending and hid personal has made application for'. a tax or children Bradford CoUnty
'i charge o( arrangementa with the Chapman superintendent aides on the subject of deed to be Issued thereon Said .Telegraph ,shall publish this Order .
Rev. I.. A. Shepherd conducting institution. certificate embrace the following
Army life,' health and sanitation described properly In the County - 1
the service. Interment was In. Members of the Board of Com- Other : were' Donald of Bradford, State of Florida, to- I
' 1 Crosby' Lake: Institutions, wit:
Cemetery. missioners of State BEAUTIFUL
Pangborn, county commissioner Lot 47. and 41. In Woodlawn NEW LAWN FURNITURE'
I Mr. Agin had been: a regiment',! \ under ..whichthe: prison is operated of Clay County ,. I.' R. Section 18 Tqwnxhlp Mouth, ,
ot Bradford County for 60 year, ; wllf'take" part in the cere- Abrams and his assistant, Mr. Range 22 East,. containing- 20 acre

coming here from:)Kentucky* ; ,;Ie( ,,1YIo lest?:and the actual: 'corner Cameroa of the ;Clay-Bradfor more H. H. or Duncan less., tit Lynch Building . L ..' SET OF -

i was a retired railroad! man havIng atone rites will be performed by County Health Unit,:Col.'Coleman Jacksonville, Flu. A Uy. for Plf
worked'N th for the'ACL:and m mTft i.iid i Rhlford.; Lodge No. 3-10 4t 4-20 -
> .
and his aide Lt. Papandrea, of The aaseesntenl of the said property "
+ .t SAL He was a member of the 82, F & A M using the historic: the Regional Hospital,' Cot/.Mln- under the' .Maid certificate: Issued TWO CHAIRS & SETTEE } I''
Baptist Church and ':,tUe1 Masonic Masonic ritual. They will\ be led wa in Ih'-name of Unknown.
Ikes. Provost, Marshall ;and W Unless. aid certificate shall be ,
,'y, Lodge and was familiarly known by Warren S. Taylor, Grand Mas- T. Clute, Starke realtor. f. redeemed accurdlnK to law' the ONLY '-
as "Uncle BUI." ter of Florida F & A M. property described. therein will he
N' Also will be church Communications were read from Hold to the highest. bidder at the S
Surviving are two_ daughters/ present Thomas J.. Rlvqts:;)attoruey and courthouse door on the first Mon-.
',' Mrs. Freeman Register Sr., and leaders and clergymen from near- State Representative from Clay day In the month of May, 1946, $ Q 50
t by towns and cities. which l I" the 7th 'day of May 1948
'i'11. Clara Bell McClean' of County, who was In Tallahassee; Dated thin 28th day of March, ? r,
tmpa; one son W M. Agin The chapel project was launched J. C. Adklm of' the Gainesville 1945. .. .. . .

F ildwin and one brother, Harry several years ago by ChaplainL. OPA office;;, :and Harold Colec. Clerk of Circuit A.Court J THOMAS.of Bradford

j? gin, who I la Mayor of Waldo. A. Shepherd with the back- executive vice president of the County Florida. "
t will bathe (OFFICIAL SEAL) S-30 4t 4-20 5 BURNER
of It
Ing Supt. Chapman.
i pallbearers were A. J. State Chamber of Commerce, welcoming '
Thomas Ray Newsome, Clifton first chapel proper that the the organization ,Into IN CIHCIIT: CO I'I T. IIRADVOIIII I wt'"' e .

(' Brown C. A. Knight a F; Wade prison has ever had. The building membership of the State Cham- rioitv.(COINTY PLOHIUll' IV ClltN-:

y; and Earl Searing;, . itself will be provided by the ber of Cammerce. Wilbur J. McLeroy. Plaintiff v*. OIL RANGE
Prison Administration, so that all Mildred MeLeroy. Defendant. Cane
i ;, Honorary pallbearers were Secretary Phil Vltsky enter- No. 868t. l L2J
gifts be used for equipmentand
;tu Judge A. Z. Adkins W E. Thorn.. may tained with a soft shoe shuffle ORDER OF' PltriICATION _

? ;I ton. B, R. Wltkovskt.! L. A. Ren- furnishings.. during intermission and 'declared STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Mildred iii BUILT IN

,1: noldfl.', B. Carlisle, J.:: .F. Colley Although actual' building opera- that any member caught USing MeLeroy whose residence I I. Route .
tions will not proceed until materials No. 4, Emory! Texas. 2 BURNER OVEN
{ JT. M. Alvaree.: W.:A. Colley. John the word "Boomtown" would be
1 I Y You are required to appear on
are made available by improvement -
i'A Uglow. O.- U.Beosley. F. Kick. fined 50c and the money placedIn April 30, 1945. In j the above named
A liter, W, N.. Carnaslon. A L.. Alvarez .. In the war situation, the Red Cross fund. He requested Court and cause, wherein plalntlf
the laying of the cornerstone next II. e k. divorce. Bradford County .
L. O. Powell Frank Hem '
that from now on the Telegraph hall, publish this OrderIn $59.75
ingway and A. O. .Andreu.. Tuesday will: mark a defInite'step community be ref e rred to as next four weekly" issues.Witness "
In a program to emphasize the my* hand and official
TIlE "Kingsley Lake, B Gate High-. seal at Stark, Florida, this March ..
WOMAN IN TIlE WIN- personal, moral values in the livesof .
I .
way 48. 27. 1045 II. II. I I , ,_
DOW t i ". murder mystery the prisoners. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, .
with . Immediate objectives of the A* Clerk of said. Court
packed -'UJpNlatte" see It Contributions for the chapel CHAIRS
T. Frank Landrum, Htarke Florida CRACKER
were announced the
group as
at the I Park Theatre fund 2.50
ileghmIngj have come from individuals Atty. for Plf. 3-30 4t 4-20
Handay April 1 .' .. church groups and civic clubs. making of signs directing traffic .
through the old road business sec IN CIRCUIT cot/HT. ORADFOItD I II 1 _
j .. .. .. ('OI! TY. FLOBlntl C1tANCERY. -
- - - -
tlon and the of bad
repair place
''; ': For.Safety,;,.Comfort and Economy ... in Refreshments the old road. were served by; Norma Anthony Ward Vlnc.ntIarlno MaHno, Plaintiff, Defen-, v... Linoleum Rugs Small Supply $4.50 t to 10.50

dant. Cane No. 3S80
Mrs J. A. Brooks,, Mrs. Pauline ORDER OP PUP-LICATION .. I ., I. I
c a STATE OF FLORIDA to: Anthony
CORRECT s Callle Moser. 'Mrs Broward Vincent,, Marino, whose address 'In UNFINISHED CHEST -- Five Drawers 22.50
Strickland, Mrs. A. S. Stricklandand 26 Rill Street, Providence, Rhode

INFORMATION Inland: ,.,. ,. .
Mrs. C. H.
5L Harper "
9JJg You are required to appear on I. __
April 30 lUIS, In the above named
n Plea**! Phone 147FLORIDA. Store Changes HandsMorris seeks Court and divorce cause and, wherein restoration plalntlf of IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

maiden n am., Bradford County
MOTOR LINES BUSSES Lessuck is the new proprietor Telegraph shall publish thin OrderIn
of the Main Military Store, next four weekly l 1."ueN. John H. Denmark Furniture Co.

UNION BUS STATION having bought the business fromA. Witness my hand and official
neat at Starke, Florida, this March
We I n eteln. Mr. Weinstein PHONE 151
Tfllnple Ave. LACY FLA.
a CONWAY. Agent JStarke, Yta.r. to 'eater (OFFICIAL SEAL A..I. Thomas. ,
plans some other business -
I I ,. A* Clerk of said Court WE BUY GOOD .USED FURNITURE"
in Starke In the near future, T. Frank Landrum Btarke, Florida
but hU plans are not yet deflnlte. Atty. for Pit. 3.30 4t 4-20 I


I H. Tager Plaintiff, .
:! vs
Hylvla M. Tager, Defendant. Cane. BUY AN EXTRA WAR BOND TODAY


M. Tager. whose. residence and -

H. C. WALL r 3 Street mailing YpHllantl.address. Michigan In: 804 Young Statement of Condition

You are required to appear on ,
AGENCY April 30, 1946. In the above named
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
,, seeks divorce. Bradford County FLORIDA BANK AT 'STARKEt
Telegraph. .shall publish thin Order
Constant Service Over 50 Years In next four weekly isue. ,
4 Witness my hand and official
weal at Stark. Florida, thin March Starke, Florida .
28, 1\tf 45. r
(OFFICIAL, SEAL,) A. J. Thomas. 1)
Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED An Clerk of said Upurt\ I
I* M. Huffman, Florida National ;
Hank Ulda-. Jacksonville Florida Condensed from Report to Comptroller MaRch 20, 1945
Atty. for Plf
a-0 4t 4-JO ;

.; : IV <'''UTIT rOHIT lllltI>FORI> ;.


A n""wlflr T>lnlntlr v ,
. '
.. : ..
Antoinette Ileawlck, Defendant
r PLANTS FOR SALK-Tomato, pep. MATTKK.SSK3 of all kind renovated Cane No. 8084.ORDEit Loans & Discounts $ 99,057.54
.1 4 4' per, egg plant cabbage",, lettuce ; turnlture upholstered and OF PrTBLIOATION "
I ii broccoli, onloa and oallard*.-J. r"flnl..H d. Drop... a card. ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR Overdrafts ,I' None
W. Hell Lak. Monroe\ Pla. HASTINGS MATTHEWS CO.. :eox STATE OF FLORIDA to: Antoinette .
;":7.t) 110. .PalaU.... Flu. tf Fleswlck, whose residence Banking House Furniture & Fixtures :> ' J
"' 'r AVON COSMETira-For your Avon Is (233 84th Street Santa Monica 12,785.29
S :' Mr. Jack Edward California.You .' '
.1o [ Edwards FOR SAI..EJ- One 5 piece dining Prepaid Expenses '
< at Service Station' are required to 419.55
room cult one.oil heater, one appear on .
S .: ;j4 1-Is st hot water heater, on* front roomy April JOth,.1945. In tha-above named l .ft." :
... & i
Wonder Gift Shop: or ail B. eeka divorce. Bradford County < { :
tf:; Church St. 3-23 at Telegraph hall publish thin Order _. 'I".. ,
30 ROOMS in next four weekly Issues. I Income Receivable $ 8,466.07' .. "
HPRNPRK: HUPPOUTH Individually Witness my hand and official ... : .. ;.:i' JI' .,..; ,_ ..
,: 1 ALL FURNISHED deilvned IIII''. Bertha Pearce" 306 i ear at Stark., Florida this March ." \ "
( 19411.OIl'FICIA. U., S. Government . ;"..
Weet Madison St. 88th t ,
I t t-S8-4tp ,, ."" 1 .
:!; .. . ," ( L SEAL) A. J. Thomas '? .. ', .t ..'.1 ,:"{ """ ,, '.'
FOR BALK : I A* Clerk of said Court.T. SecuritiesFlorida J 592 487 It' i i' n'"
tLC- BOOK A ROOM AHEAD 39 Chevrolet 1\fI ton Frank 40 P'!" '
'\ tractor 34 ft. Semi-trailer, Landrum. Starke, Florida. ,
one .
:: FOR YOUR WIFE P-ll 1'tarmall tractor and ;equipment Atty.. for Plf. S-JO 4t .-20 .. ." ,
.i OR' PARENTS -Keadnn for selling Induction - County & '
Into Army J. It Oilom, IN Cinri IT CO I HT. BRADFORD .
.9 16 Oa Heat la Each Room Boa 247. 3-80 alp Vich COirxrV y. FLOUlDAl' IN CHAN Municipal Bonds ; 276,993.54 . : ,.' I ,\

WANTKr! >_ LARRY'S' PLACE Must be In good shape. J. ,W. Home, Defendant Case No 3874. Cash on Hand & .,.:", : '
lord"IlI.lordan'*. Hotel Court ,,,, : i ,
KINGSLEY LAKE Stark, Fla. lip STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Uetty I Due: from Banks : 555,443.97 "

FOR SALE-1UO Harley motor. .Home, Tabor City,'Nort Carolina i6 t ., : 2,433,390.98
1000 Feet
From D
Gate You are required ,
cycle. Apply Bradford Photo to appear on ; j
'0 Shop. Itp April 30, 1945, In the above named , I '. .

; $ 2,545,653.36;
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Capital Stock ' ,", ; Y.1; :" 25,000.00

Surplus : ........,.,.'"JIM ",'" 75,000.00
:r4 BARGAIN IN STARKE Undivided Profits -"' '
'" 9755.04
CID Reserves .. ;
t ': ,
Reserve for Income Tax \

r, & Income Collected ; "
INCLUDED WITH HOUSE THE TIMETo Not EarnedOther . oj.1 .;, .. . .1"\ '
; ; 404 I 0
\ : ...A'"...'. " "" .. "If J .
Liabilities .
4t 7 $
-i" '
Get Out ; !
Thoee Lighter . :,1--.' '.< l ,,0.95,

1 INCOME FROM RENT OF PROPERTY AND Suits and Dresses and Deposits: .. 0'f'

It Bring Them to The U. S. Government :
TRAILER WITH 3 ROOMS RESERVED .FOR Cleaner. Plenty of Warm $ 109,974.57 .

Days Now When Your All Other Deposits 2309230.28
OWNER. $90.00. PER MONTII .. 2,419,204.85
Winter Clothes Will Feel

PRICE. H,3S0. TERMS Too Heavy. t '.

$ 2545653.36
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W. T. CLUTE REALTOR '- .r". I '

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