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: April 20, 1945
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04911
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Attire, Sgt"" Anderson! Sajs''. . Alcoholic BRADFORD COUNTY4TELEGHCounti
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-La Strictly Taboo .. . Adultery Non-Existent

In 1872'YULlTtE
Established
.. Publication -
Molucca Inland. N. K. I. TWENTY-SIX:

April, 1945 SIXTY-8eVEN 8T..U.UU FLOIUDAo .'IUIMV..PIUL 20. UH NUI\UnClt J'J'j

I Never Knew Til Now j
'
ouTcount'ry( is our chief political unit; we boast "In 4 '


American.America however", the village ,U the: social and political unit. "I '55 GraduatesTo Mass : Meeting Called For Tonight I j :,1

!ere, 'Kampong' (village) of Sopl" Is the native attitude. ,


g to mpongs respect the "for are their ruled elders by the and elders ancestors of the village.approaching The that natives of Get DiplomasNext To Spur Effort For Locker Plant 'f

a Japanese. The law observed ta the unwritten villagemese I ,
and
traditional and is handed
which Is -
called,
01' "admt as generation It Is to generation. WeekAnnual r Busli Insulation Company ,

orally native from who is a. Loen WilliamsKilled Berry SeasonIn Eager to Submit ProjectTo

la commencement exercise In ActionWord
village W. P. B.
of a
I' for 55 members of the graduatingclass

r poor Without a at B.H.S. will be ushered In was received here Wednesday -
Final
e he is nothing. All Sunday night when the Bacca- by relatives that Pvt. Loen Stage A mass meeting for the purpose of securing Bradford

,, are basically laureate Sermon will be preachedby whose mother Mrs
!? Williams, County's proposed freezer locker and food processing plantat
land Is the the Rev. Lewis D. Haines of live In
and wife
and Heanan Williams
erS Although, Bradford County the earliest possible moment has been called for tonight
the First Church In the killed in action
possession. Baptist had been
prized Palmetto, strawberry growers have marketed (Friday) in the court house at 8 o'clock The meeting' was
la hise school auditorium at 8 o'clock. March 14 In Germany.Pvt. .
farmer lives dally .s School Williams attended school approxlma tel y only 25,000 called jointly by County Agent I.. T. Dyer and A. J. Thomas,
out The High Glee Club .
; and goes crates of fruit this season less of the Chamber of Commerce.
of Mrs. W G. when his father was alive president
under the direction here
,
farm. I than one-sixth of the productionin
Bl I his received Mr. Thomas early this week
letter by ,
In
have friends a
Proctor, will sing three numbersand I and the family many
last "normal" pre-Blan-
Kjatlves do not steal.( : "':::":' other local ministers will who will regret to learn of his 1940 thanks to Phillip S. Cole, vice president of the Bush Insulation Co.,
;
adaf that a native :: ;,\\f assist Mr. Haines In the service. death. ding fancy year prices, receipts- totaled- almost who would construct the plant here, stated: "We expect to

through misfortune /ftt\.r:. Graduation Exercises will be Pvt. Williams trained at Camp $250.000, equalling half of 1940's file our next group of plants early in May. Since you have 1\\

nothing to eat may 1 held In the auditorium Thursday Blandlng last y.ar. He was a' gross such splendid cooperation to organize your effort and since I'''

without permission, j;,. ';. ;I. :,. night, April 26, at 8L o'clock. Nine nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Williams H. L. Brownlee, shipper, stated ['your community is already t

the gardens of hla ,<' ft;.:;;';;;' members of,the graduating class Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Williams yesterday that he, at Starke and I strongly minded to have this ,

,bors and take enoughed '... will briefly discuss topics relatingto Hardy Williams, O. L. W F. Moore at Lawtey shippeda Inquest Held plant now, we hope that you Ii

> himself and fam- ; Florida's 100th anniversary of Underhill and L. U.< Morgan, all total of 9,604 crates during the can obtain the necessary 300

statehood. The Glee Club and the of Starke. season now drawing! to a close, contracts by May 1. This

High School Band will presentthe The remainder of the estimated
spoken by In Glover DeathA would bo very helpful and
guages are Menace ,'J. .,...' musical program; Bill Would Pension total wa handled by one other would I assure Bradford
I natives Diplomas for the graduates and buyer and the "peddlers" who are
Ambonnese,. Chief of PoliceA County of getting its plant at
and certificates will be the nearby markets -
.. Ninth Grade still supplying
heldin "
Coroner's Inquest was
mo.ti the earliest possible moment.
In addition by Arthur R. McRae, Last year Brownlee's total
presented act authorizing I afternoon
legislative j
special the courthouse yesterday
along in In l letter to farmers
es i can limp ,, ,, county superintendent of public the City of Starke to re- was 12,000 crates. Investigating the death of a ..L
-y- game of-- the -- Instruction. tlC=hl t of Police A. U Alvarez Ceiling price at the opening or Wm.: F. Glover, 45, of Lawtey, th inrougnouc; me county this 1

Igsters can read and on one half of his present salary the season! here was $10... per who died In the State Farm Hospital week. County Agent Dyer

!. Malay little, hav- Above: Sgt. Andw- Tornadoes Face will be Introduced I at the present 36-plnt crate then dropped to Kalforci, Sunday night following stated: "There are more than

learned it In the few eon enjoys hazardous session of the legislature, accordIng 828. It will further decline as Injuries received In a tussle 5.000 locker plants in the

(ols here.t. h a t are ride In miniature native Tough Schedule to legal notice appealing in the season advances. with several alleged "drunks"In U. S. with several In Florida and

fed by native "gurus" outrigger with r r Next Fall, Hobbs SaysThe this Issue of the Telegraph. If that long hoped will for continuethe rain Lawtey Saturday afternoon. others In the process of being
comes, growers built They provide the best
chief of ever Glover
teachers) and are Mr. Alvarez has teen During the altercation
three-boy .power. BHS Tornadoes have en- to pick for anther two or three method of storing meats and
rted by the Chrls- be- local police force for the past Is said to have struck his headon
:' "The little shaver r< tered the final week of the 'most weeks the pavement and lost con- many fruits and vegetables. They
or MohammedlUbind me Is the baiter. successful spring football practiceever 30 years scloutmesH. eliminate much canning and meat

ches. outer. lie Just mam- held at the local school. curing and provide fresh foods
New WordsTo The result of the Inquest was
Contrary to popular aged to keep up with Five weeks ago a total of 54 Webster Needs Some not announced at press time yesterday. the year around.

f natives are not Inthe leaks," Anderson boys reported, but due to the fact "1A/A..- need -ai u .-* Vi.. si- P Cant In...

[>d with corporal pun- writes. . : that only 37 uniforms were available Starke to serve the people u. .
his Cloy.er's
wife.
? Manila Accompanied' by
ent for infractions Native the squad was cut to this Describe Wreckage of area in the preservation of food.
Atadat"'and right: body was sent to TarponSprlDi'8
Dutch law.aliens number. Many new boys have reported for fun- The business men of Starke the
you n g-m an-about- and some of these seem to Tuesday night State Marketing Bureau, the
of Dutch law town wears 0. I.,undershirt be pushing the more experienced "If you were to make asearch-'I eral service and. Interment.In Agricultural Ext ension Service
fine (usually shorts Webster and carefully select addition to his wife he Is
lu In a and players for their positions. of and many leading farmers are endorsing -
which I is about adjectives and synonyms for use survived by a son, Wm.. F. Glover
which
his idea of the height the proposed plant ,
Coach Hobbs and Coach GeIger
i U.3,A.) or a night sartorial splendor. in an effort to describe devasta- Jr.; three daughters, Mrs. T. will be located on property adjoining I ,
lil. The latter Is rare of. Invite the public to a practice Sen- tion, waste, pathos, hunger, ruin E. Manning, Lawtey, Mrs. Annie the State Farmers' ,Mal'1 1
Below The oldest game between the departing wreckage and wanton barbaric Mae Mann. Miami, Mrs. Gladys ,
|a native ls disgraced man on.the island; lore' and next year' squad which I all would end only In Shepherd La er.an1; two brothers ket. .
savagery
gets In jail. will be played Friday April 20, city- & LU.h.r( Long of "In order to obtahprIority .
reputed to be around ' picturing, a.phatj j>m ghost Ester an,
*" to build this plant, '-ou County C,1 J
'' .A at 8 .
m
KNatlvea. .working for s 100.'' *["don'f'trer p. Sch'dule', Manila." Tarpon Springs 'lie was a member ACA Committee must certify that
government (and live 194.1 This is the vivid description of the Catholic Church.
how anyone'can I 300 of the proponed
60 percent--or
announced Griffin
Hobbs yesterday W -
Coach Owen
t of them are at presthat long amid such given by Lt. Col. BOO lockem- have been rented to
I make f.40 ((20 cents condition." Anderson that the fall schedule In now who anlved Monday for a 45- AH G. I. Clothing bonn fide farmers. Our committee -
complete and stands as follows: after 26 months In
American money) a day furlough and anxious to cooperate
Is willing -
NeededThe
says. Sept. 14, Lake Butler, at Starke. theatre e Badly
Pacific war
I the 1
He can't stand x In getting this plant built
Sept. 21, Gainesville, at Starke. Col Griffin a member of the 4dk
iy f2.00 fines. Sept. 28, Bunnell, at Starke. General Staff, Is the Army recently appealed to at the earliest date possible

TIle natives do not "exactly" steal from us Oct. 5, Cross City, at Starke. 6th of Army Mrs. O. J. Griffin and still t all former service men to return "If ypu are interested !in thin, '

Ing could persuade a native to take garment! n Oct. 12, Ketteilinus, at Starke. son considers Starke his home, although uniforms no longer needed to i freezer locker plant, please attend ,, J

mr clothes lines. But U clothing, or anything Oct. 10 Bolles, at Jacksonville. to the outbreak of M S help meet Immediate needs of I a meeting to discuss It at

la on the ground he carts It off with a deal Y 4f Oct. 26, Alachua at Starke. he prior wa attached to the of- t troops. The public has responded tho courthouse, Friday night,

clence. The natives are well behaved.The Nov 2, Green Cove, at Starke. fice war of General Collins at t h eState n to the call for GI clothing witha I April 20, at 8 p. m."
at Starke. very large amount which has Mr. Thomas has sent a similar
ago of marriage for both parties is usual; Nov. 9, Fernandina, Arsenal In -Augustine.
gone a long way toward easing letter to all members of the Chamber -
Naval Academy,
In thi. Nov. 18, Fla. Col. Griffin gives
performed Continuing
Marriage ceremonies are
the present shortage. of Commerce and all other
ch of which the groom is a member, or bj; at Starke. the following vivid word pictureof d9 Any package of such clothing, Interested persons are urged to
described as probably the ruin that is now
Is total
This the > i
"Kampong" chief. a not over 30 pounds wrapped or attend.

Thefamily ._.._f the groom presents the Darent toughest: schedule that the Tornadoes Manila: boxed. mav be ahlDtxxl<1 collect to a

e bride with a gift, a pig or the like, to comate - have ever faced "Approaching the city along ', ': .I the Quartermaster; : Clothing and Mileage Records :
that quite a I'
states flankedon
them for the loss of the daughter, for the bride becomes. Coach Hobbs interestIn the wide national road, #, : __ Equipage C I a salflcatlon Officer,
no
ember of the husband's family. The village will give them few fans have tickets.expressed."The school either aide by barrios and un-In at the nearest army post or camp. Needed For Gas I
season tilled fields, you creep along Lt. Col. Griffin"Let's Many persons have sought to mall
1 for a farm. would like to know the reactionof jeep at a snail' pace In such packages through their post- W. L. Blair, chief clerk of the

No written records. are kept of births, marriages, or deaths. the public to this Idea," he your order to avoid crater holes and look at the bay front.It offices. If mailed, the package ; Bradford County rationing. board, I

!itery is non-existent among the natives, and families average said. be able to make detours caused speaks for Itself as we see the will require postage, and if expressed stated yesterday that.a numberof

children. by blown bridges. On the rail- mass of Jap vessels in the harbor, the charges will be paid applications for special and ;

Twenty percent of the natives are pagans, worshipping ancestorsland. Committee of 100 road track beside the highway we' many of them with their bows by the army supplementary gasoline have recently -

The rest care"''a mixture of Catholic, Protestant, and lee two engines with their noses sticking above water; others list- been approved, but coupons

ammedan. Seldom do you find all four In the same village. Meets at Kingsley Jammed-cara careening on the Ing on their sides; and a few still The Mrs. Donah Dowling cannot be Issued until applicants
fire from floating Idly with the waves. In their mileage rationing
skirt reaching from arm- Committee of ,bank and gutted by bring t
Clothing "used to was" a wrap-around Kingsley Lake's the
once
ardment what was
and under- and air bomb wreckage of Donah Browning, 72 died records (
at Mr. '
to knees. Now most native men wear GI undershorts 100 held Its regular meeting I ground adds mute evidence to total I Those who have gas awaiting'I
much church create a road block. pier last Friday at the home of her
stick pretty Brooks'
ts Period. '-hat'. all they wear. Women President J. A. file their
) the warfare. of them as soon as they
down Mrs. S. II. Moore
trudge daughter,
hI old native costume but dresses made from OI bedsacks are building on Wednesday. April 11. "Refugees Is J. W Sparkman. R. I ,
road their backs bent as they "The attitude of the people Ralford, after an illness of eight records are: ,
,
wing Increasingly popular. ; A copy of a resolution made heavily laden carts filled remarkable as the y go about months. Funeral services were L. Kemp J. Ilardenbrook. Mrs 1, '.
The will never forgive him for Clay County Commissionerswith push wreckage. We Mlna M. Grady R. J. Waters,
natives hate the Jap.' They by their few worldly posses clearing away the 'held Sunday afternoon at 4:30:
ling many of -them from village and family and transporting reference to the State Road with Most carts are pulled by saw no tears; merely a blank ex- o'clock and interment was In Conner Mrs' L. M. Clark. Fred William, )iPi.
sions. i
i to Halmahera to labor .the fortifications. Also, the Jape Dept. taking over maintenance of but a few fortunate ones pression of stark reality and an Cemetery Included In her S. Matthews. Mrs. Anna Hall, h .
I'D too 48 through the business dis- hand toward the L. Stuckey, Mrs. Irene Hardee; .
the not Road Rod W.
ped the of thus seriously crippling retained their pony or cara- occasional glance surviving relatives are Mrs.
Importation riff murdered) the natives trict for the duration was read. have Heavens in which they might see man Alvarez of Starke and Mrs. Joe S. Williams, John S. Brown, I'. : .
iuate diet andUn cases
[ mistreated many boa.
( to be the 'New' I. K. B. Williams. II
prepared of O'Berry
molested The Japs originally; occupied this Petitions were we enter the outskirts reflected a picture Marvin Hazen of Brooker. !;
their womenfoIW.V the Florida Power & "Abruptly that will rise from the I I fit,
|nd against since that time many a Jap has sent to of the city, typical of any Manila '
no resistance; But consideration -
their
> Light Co., asking sit In ashes." t '
,ked l the failed to return. other metropolis. Natives [j'HI
native traUs and In a proposed street lighting whatfew e NEXT WEEK IN STARKE 'I :
I Moat malaria.., berl bert and front of their stores selling of
common diseases oil the Island are project for the business section. able tow Touching on another subject I fl

I'tle' leprosy:;, Most natives-;; die of old age; a native'60) years old In honor of the cooperation of, articles they the'ocoupation.. were ...., vital..-. concern.. Col Grtffln said: Sunday p April .22._ J I ,
.
from
H Wvale n t t o a white &} "-to.- Orange Bus Lines and Camp salvage the city proper. "I do wish that the newspapers school auditorium, 8 p. m. .
Into Sermon high -
01min ride on of Baccalaureate ,
Bert disease a deficiency officials and the good \ stories
feet' Is a horrible caused merely by Blandlng the street cars? the would atop publishing i

C. It causes the walls of blood vessels to weaken, allowing work of the Objectives Committee Where are the thousands of people!? strikes. For example: Detroit- Monday, April 23

liquid part of the blood to filter out Into the tissues and lymph.. of which Phil Vitsky Is chairman a busses We drive? down a one-lane path Production of war materials at was six Boy Scout meetings: Troop 70, Episcopal rectory, 7:30p. :

a the liquid settles Into the feet and legs, swelling them ana of.,. it was decided for to the give membership cleared for traffic to avoid debris resumed Monday, strike-bound morning for m., Troop 112, Methodist recreation room, 7:30:
them
feel "mushy" when probed their ladles and friends that Utter About 25,000 workers p.m.Regular .

id elements causes the blood to thicken, thus throwing a strain Wednesday, ,night April 25, at 9 as well as hidden beautiful mines.post went eight daya.back to Jobs but 11.000 meeting Bradford Lodge No. 35 F. & A. M


returns most victims to normal.The The Committee of 100 meets office the that block which Briggs Company plants. Workers Tuesday April 21 J,:
here for the natives fourth Wednes- wonder about of Briggs met
WCTU of business over second and and management
would out
not drink alcoholic go The Mohammedans are especially every at the Brooks church build- now Is laid flat, marked only cement bya I Monday. Community Bible Hour Methodist Church, 3 p. m, ," ; of
beverages. day steel l and
of crushed election of officers, 8 p. m. \
pile to Meeting
Legion ,
ct around American
on the that story
this score. InJ;. crushed heart of "Turn ,
Each building when completed gets a traditional ceremonylgned blocks. enough The to bring tears to read this way: 25,000 Infantrymen Boy Scout Court of Honor, Methodist recreation building -
1 III r
I In the parts Church city struck on the Luzon front 8 m. i.
< to bless it and dr a away the evil spirits. Christian the of the most hardened p.
: eyes -
of Quartermaster .
he Moluccas inhabited by'whites they too have the ceremony,, soldier and we stand there a long yesterday over failure Wednesday, April 25 -\i.\ ,,
of Ice cream \
eq! no native will workj! the unblessed, evil building.teeth andes Rev. W. G. Smedley of the First Keystone Christian while trying to imagine the food to cake provide and pretzels. for Rotary Club luncheon, Methodist recreation room, 12:15.: .
pastor be. angel
the Heights used to
Many natives chew the,ueUe nut, which blackens belief, Church, will conduct the reg- grandeur that to the crumbled walled their beer QM officials are meet- Girl Scouts, Episcopal Rectory, 3 p. m. s j !
"
the lips and mouth 1 deep red. Contrary to pojjul" worship at 11 a. m., "Then on Santa with military strategists to 26 1 ;
Ilslh ular Sunday the tnfa m o u s ing Thursday, April i fRed
la city, t
u nut being
no narcotic eff e Tjhe ground belle lie will deliver a sermon en- stark remains settle dispute of foodstuff :
x the
chewing when and Billbld; at Legion Home
I time on a leaf, and dipped like snuff. It's the native titled "Going Fishing." Tomas apartments and homes. delivered to Iron t-1 i n e troops. Cross Production Rooms open i":

.. musical cumber: will of flash from Tokyo Indicates 2p.m.to5p.m2 1
.J: A special wonderment before a News ? E''
Captain We stop In advantage Masonic Hall 8 m.
with full p.
For Indebted Colson !girls taking I.O.O.F. regular meeting
I am the walls are
many of the odds .id ends here Jo I building, that Nips .
loam Soederhuizea of the Dutch Army, who works NICA Mrs8mude Andrews at the piano. still huge crumbling fire-gutted and several of its of soldier strike on Luzon.conclusions Graduation Exercises,'high school auditorium, 8 p. m. F '
Including' School is at 10 a. m.. "You can draw your own 11
jut
50 he reads speaks nine languages Sunday Intact. Suddenly we realize Friday, April 27
stories America.
at 11 a. Mrs.
bid! Once we teg JTSng of his native Holland and what the"It church and communion service at 8 p. m. that It was a well known left resort to what, Mr.would and hapen to your Chamber of Commerce meeting, courthouse, 8 p. m.it'tS 1, j l' I
with tearS. evening Is what Is as
m.: here
mask bright and
have hotel day
done to it. His eyes became II It meeting each Wed- hopedto sons if they went on an eight
had
fearfully and prayer where we
take so "club" In
a generation to rebuild our country Everyone Is of a and yours
nesday at 8 p. m. a few hours of relax-| strike to .repay you
aged by service. spend 1 "
the Germans ,he .aid. invited to attend these kind.
He ation.
really has something to fight about. ,



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fj; :.\GE "nVO BRADFOR COUNTY TELEORAPII. nTA bQM.. Jl'LQRIDA -._ FRIDAY._ APRIL vn .
i+'; .. .V'I''

of Bradford County, Florida his. establish a pension system for of. Court and cause.
for the Kale. of certain ricers and employees of the Cityof seek divorce. whoreln PI.I
TELEGRAPH petition Bradford t
COUNTY
THE BRADFORD lands In the estate. of said Incompetent Starke, and to provide funds for Telegraph' shall Publish. you
A e yVr' n situate In Bradford County, Its. operation.Authorizing. Council In next tour weekly I the A:
the toj Ineur\
described as \ City Witness
M' Established 18'11Eo 1 KI? i ii c follows Florida: particularly adopt electrical, plumbing and seal at rnJ hand end
r '
L Matthews) _____-_______ Editor and Owner Lot 8 and the North ne-half of vide building fur code the appointment for the City of; electrical pro. 28th. Starke Florida thi. &&I'
ate Lot 9, Block 19, Temple's Addition
(OFFICIA L
and building Inspector SEAL
plumbing )
to the Town of Htarke, Florida A r
Township 6 or Inspectors, and prescribetheir A. Clerk of said Cnllrl, 'I'ho)
,
In Section an
i Friday and Entered an Second ClaM Matterat and and for T. Frank Landrum
rabllshed< Weekly on Mouth, Hanue 22 East In Bradford duties powers Stark\ ? "
for
Atty. clay
the font Office at Starkr. Florida. County, Florida. the enforcement thereof; .determine I Pit. t 3P 4t
of office and salary.
and bald guardian will at 10 0'- their term (
UHWnoMuo.W B'-. ,-: clock A, M. the 30th day of April And to specifically repeal Chapters -
EVERYTHING that couldhave A D. 194S or as noon thereafteras 20135 and 20138. Laws nf FlorIda
Will Reveal 0| by J.LHARREU- .J
History counsel can be heard apply to Acts of 1939 which Chapters 1
been said has been are germane to or more
circuit Court
the Judge of the and superseded
The True Stature said. Everything that If you don't live In Lawtey and I saying. "Mr. Starling are you- Ifradford County. Florida, for above subjects. will amendments.be

; Of Franklin Roosevelt could have been written patronize home Industries you l observing the meatless wheatlesti authority safe to In sell accordance Bald land, with at private the by the proponed CARL JOHNS

i, has been written. As might; not know that Miss Mae'i and Bweetlcsa days at your house T" term and conditions net forth In City Clerk. '
la the very best post office in Without hU aid petltlton now filed In said c-
Steve
mlMnlng a bite NOTICE
Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton said eighty years Court.
town and that the Thedes havea replied, "Veamam.. And Notice Is hereby given that theundersigned
Lincoln a hated this 23rd day of March
ago in speaking of the assassination of Abraham will register with the
(? dry goods and next
grocery little more often than we're A. JD. 1045
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bradford -
+ ; : "Now he belongs to history. door that la equally all good. asked to. though not much JAMES W PETTYJOHN' County, Florida upon receiptof
those of who loved and respected Franklin Uuardlan of the Estate' proof of publication of this notice -
: r,' And us However Mian/ Mae given. Uncle oftener than usual" of John H Klnlaw Non fur the required length. of

d -M Delano Iloosevelt are content to let history pass Sam credit with the cash sales In some ways times during Compos Mentis.. time the following fictitious. name

M judgment on this: mighty man. she makes while Thede puts his World War I and World War II dian.Elliott Adams Attorney 3.30 for 4t Guar 4.20y under to-wit:which TIKMBKEK'S we are (NOT engaged INC.In).

1 As we sit at our typewriter terribly aware of our In hla own pocket. Not only that are Iota alike, and In other ways I'V' ('lItrr.'rii:1': I j business. III Bradford County Flor
)
lilt luFOltl
write that has not already but he says "my store" when his quite different. 1 1 ida. -
something No.
inability to say or During 1'101 MT1. FI.OKIIXl l\ 11.\1.: J M. HEMBREE.
i"; ' been said or written, we remember the look in wife Isn't In, and "our store" you couldn't carry In a handle basket ("Kit t.Juanlta.'. HOY M. WARD EXPERT
Orlttl Plaintiff. VH ArchieV.
when she In.
It. C. HORNS,
,J the eyes of "Aunt Ida" pagan, who proudly bears the the groceries you could buy (UHffl, Deftndanl Case No. As copartners trading and doing
Now I
shouldn't
title of Democratic Executive Committeewoman from mayb update for a dollar, and now you can't 3690.OKDER business under the firm name and WORKMANSHIP
that way about Rudolph a* he carry enough dollar.* in a handle OF prtLU'ATIONANI style of 1I1 :lIlNtI1JE'S (NOT INC...
the Theresaa district when she into our office NOTICE TO APPEAR
came 4-0 4t 427.
In the only m&n In town who
basket to pay for the groceriesyou STAT! OF FLOItlDA toArchie:
; Saturday for her usual week-end call. "I just want to V. Urlffls whose In
fMTirM to think my credit In can carry home in your residence Quit- iv ('inn'IT rot'IIT. IIAOFOIIII''

c do something," she said. "Do you think it would be worth an much aM 1lIs"Iae! pocket.It man You leorNTla.are required to appear on roi\'.rv, FLOHI AI, iv' CHtN-

all right for me to buy a nice sympathy card and send I think a. rafucltal three cent iifMtl to !>,. that money May T, 1H45 In the above named 'cnitY.Walter A. Beswlck. Plaintiff vs. ALL WORK

.1 to Mrs. Roosevelt?" stamp In. At leant, he' the made the mare go but now It seeks Court. and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein plaintiff County Antoinette. Ileswlck. De ten dant.

.. t We knew just how she felt. More\ than the death only one who will .tat me ntruln gives you nightmares trying to Telegraph shall publish this Order Case ORDER No. 36X4 OF PUBLICATION

,; of any other man in history the death of franklin my credit, If you Ret what I figure out how to make one pay In Witness next four my weekly hand Indues.and official AND NOTICE' TO APPEAU GUARANTEEDi i

Roosevelt made more people feel helpless and left them rrcnn. The other day I was 4 check last until you get the 2nd seal, at 4tark'l' "Florida this AprilOFFICIAL STATE Beswlck OF FLORIDA whose residenceIs to: Antoinette -'

with an aching urge to "do something"-and there was over there trying to strain It next. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas California.2233 21th Street, Santa Monica [YOU CAN ENTRUST Yon,

for another pound of Maxwell Dialing the first World War I As Clerk of said Court. FINEST WATCH TO OIB
little that could be done. You are required to
HO: Ilounn Hon. J. S. Harrison, Law Exchange appear on :
coffee when two of my didn't mind the wheatlesa and April SOtb. 1945 In the above CAKE
Hulldlnir. named
No mere editorial column could do justice to Mr.Roosevelt's Jacksonville Florida I
old friends Vollle Reddlnh and weetleas days as long as I could Atty. for Plf. 44t 4.21 i
stature as war leader peace leader and a Steve Starling, came In to I .. -:
scratch AT ..
up enough dust to buy a FIRST .....
NOTIC'l OF
INTIIODI :'TIO.V OF \
:. domestic Volumes will be
leader in solving problems. .
strain their', 1 reckon. slab -nf salt Dork tn neajinn a. not ..0C.1. in i.i.H SIGN or, . I
'y41 written 01 tnese in years to come Suffice it iu say It reminded me of the hard of collard greens'and- NOTICE' IS HERESY: GIVEN --- - '"
corn dodgers.
that "History inevitably will recognize Mr. Roosevelt times during the first part of Nowadays,* even If I had that the County City Florida of Htarke will In thirty Bradford -OW-- TheSTAG

as a great war leader a practical planner for the World War 1 when Steve went enough left over from paying my days after the first publication
hereof cause to be Introduced In
peace a domestic reformer who brought the national home to dinner with me one day. income tax to buy a slab of salt the Legislature of the State of use 666 1 J

'? consciousness to new levels of social responsibility and We hadn't had much to eat at our pork I wouldn't be able to find Florida bill at bills the. 1945 session thereofa Carter Bldg, Starke
or amend
deckingto
!
t, withal a gallant knight who lifted the hopes and hearts house for a week or ten days, l 1t. Chapter 13426 Laws of Florida Cb7cPreparations a* directed,

' of world.. but as we were to feed the folks To sum up the situation here Acts of 1927 the same being. ; "AnAct
a
to abolish the Present Munici-
who were working on 1.1
a new are Home new words to the tune pal Government of
With all past differences set aside. Republican the Town of
church, my wife put the big pot of "Pistol Packing Mama": OPA Starke In Bradford County Flor
Senator Arthur II. Vanden erg added a line half hope in the little one'and had quitea the housewife ida and to create and Establish a
up grocery' tree
half prayer that brings some measure of meaning out meal prepared when we got on tho ground| housewife said the Munltlpal City of Government Starke; to known Provide as a '

j4: 17 of chaos: there. We were all so busy feedIng to the OPA, shake those prices Charter for said City: To Fix Its. ,

"A successful peace must be his monument. our faces that the old con- down. Shake thotte prices down Territorial Its. Government Limits and; to tr Provide> prescribe for CONWAY'S

: And the peoples of all the world can. add only versational ball klnda) got In aside lad shake those prices down.I the Its Jurisdiction and Powers, In l
followingparticulars to-wit
;
"Amen". pocket and Mrs. Harrell don't care what the merchant To Increase the term. of officeof

tried to start It rolling again by HUJN' shake those prices down!l" the ]Mayor! City: Clerk City I I
Treasurer. City Tax Collector and __
? City Tax Assessor from one to two % "' 3 yc. : 0a ';
i
} WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOOD iv t Itu:l'1'r ('0* IIT. BII.IDF'Oitt) STATE OF FI..oRlflA Anthony: (years and to authorize the City I I PJI
ry ( 01'FI.OltltE\I \.\ ('IIAY.: Vincent Marino whose Council by resolution to provide j
ncldrena IH that the office of
< IHV.Pramen: 26 City Clerk City ,
Kill
Street
WHITE TIMBER DEPARTMENT Kllen Anderson Hnlloman, I "" CONTAINER CORPORATION OF. AMERICA I'lalntirr vac George T Ilullntnan City Treasurer may be filled
Jr. Defendant. Can No. 3686OKDHIt You are required to appear on by one person.
; '1 \ FERNANDINA FLA. OP IHIPLK'ATIOV! Apill'30 1945! In the above named Authorize the City Council to determine PHONE 147 RING 2 FOR SERVICE
d AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Court and cause,. therein plalntifSeeks by ordinance the salary of
1. STATH OF FLOUIUA Ins George divorce and restoration of all Elective and appointive officersof .

t ait#1! U T.n. "!llollnman. ru.! !u.) .VV.Jr nag:, .fleet, K'':....11.,n, gar C. 4000 wn. T..I..r..h maiden- -. name._...h.1Ir" ._u ..yu..Hradforrt......_..... .......,._.County vru"r. . 'h......'.the'h..._-City-__1 of__...Starke"_'__0&__ .and L. "OROK"_provide L___ ". ..w ..- ... . '1
Ohio. In next four weekly iKHue during the term for which any of v asning 0 Polishing
Witness my hand and official fleer la elected or appointed. ,
required
BUILDING MATERIALS Mav You Till.are, 1045. In the to above appear named on 27 seal 194S at Starke. Florida thin. March vide Authorizing for City Council to pro. 0 Oil Changing
employ and appoint
an
Court and ( wherein plaintiff
cause
seek. divorce. (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas, adequate police force Including a O Greasing
Urad ford '
County 9
Waxing
r Khali A. Clerk of said Court Cile! of Police, and to regulate by
Telegraph publish this Order
UNRATIONED AVAILABLE NOW ! T. Frank ordinance
In next four weekly Issues. I..andrum. Mtarke Florida the duties, term of of e Electric Arc
Witness my hand. and officialDeal Atty. for PIt. 3-39 4t 4.20HI' fire, salaries and supervision. of all Welding
such
ROOFING at Htarke, Florida this April police officers.
CONCRETE BLOCKS O Tire
CIIICt'Il' Authorize
Repairs
4th, 1946.OPPICtAb. CO f IIT. BRADFORD the Mayor by and with
t i 4' SHEET-ROCK: CEMENT tld'STV, KLOHIKll IS tllANKIIV. the consent of the City Council
( REAL) A. J. Thomas <' to appoint 0 One.llour'Batteru'
W persons to fill
vacancies Charge Service
I' INSULATION BOARDS MASONRY CEMENT An Cleric of Bald Court. Ralph C. Guthrie, plaintiff vo.1 In all elective or appointive offl-

ROCKWOOL CRUSHED STONE T. Frank tdrum. Starke. Florida, Virginia: Guthrie., INfendant., Case yes, and offices hereafter created 0 Auto Lite Batteries
WINDOWS GRAVEL, Atty., for 1-1 4- 4t 4-27 No1. SHfi by tbe pity Council except mem
OHDBR OF PUBLICATION7ANf bers. of the
DOORS SAND iv .Al'VTV 11.lrt'r. (0th ?. HUU>FOHI> ) NOTICE' TO APP10AK vacancies shall City be filled Council by the.which.- ''f i t. '-1.
( RMUtllltl 1M f.'JI.\\i.: .,
STATE OF maining "
SCREEN DOORS CELOSIDING ( KIIV.Wllhur FLORIDA to: Virginia I members thereof.
Outhrle
whose residence Is Authorizing
City
Kins-: Council to
1 J, Mcl...roy, Plaintiff vs. Wood Went Virginia.
Glass'Cut to Order Lucas Paints Mildred McLeroy, Defendant, Cane. You are required. to appear. on
No, 3681oni May 7th, 1945 in the above named AMOCO GAS
>Kn: OF ptrrLJCATioNANI Court. and cause, wherein plaintiff FLOOR OIL GREASERIDE
CAlt I NET HHeks divorce. Bradford
& M1LLWORK NOTIC'K TO APPKlllWTATR : County
SURFACING
Telegraph
hall
OF FL.OH1PA to: Mildred publish thla Order
? r Mrl.jerov whore residence Is ICoute In next four weekly I..MII8H.. AND FINISHING "
r
,, No.4. Emory Texan. WitneNH my hand and official I. I
neat at starko. "Florida thin.
ANNIS
BUILDING SUPPLIESDepot You are required to appear on 4th, 1946.OFFICIAL.. April
April SO 1945 In the above mimed ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, LOCAL REFERENCES
Court and cause, wherein plulntlf Aa Clerk of said Court. -

& 1'Ica.sant Sts;. Phone 1325 Gainesville Fla. s Telegraph e e k" '"vor.shall.... pobllsh Bradford this County Order Atty.T. Frank for I.nndrum I'lf. Htarke 4-6, Florida 4t 4-27 FLOORS CLEANED Florida Motor Lines Busses

a .. In next four weekly l Issues. AND WAXED
... Witness' my hand and offltlnlDeal NOTICE' OF irixTioTO: Ar-
nt Starke, Florida thin March PLY FOR OimPIl: TO 8KLL For Safety
-. :27. 1945 I.ANM OK AV IMfOXPF.K'Vr. C. A. POWELL
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. .
e- c5t An Clerk of Haiti Court Thomas 'v. Petlylohnrof Jacksonville!clven that,James Flor Telephone Comfort & Economy

T. Frank I-andrum, Htarke, Florida ida, an guardian of the estate of 1143-J or Write
Atty. for Plf. 3-30 4t 4-20 John M. Klnlaw. non Rt. 2 Box
compos men 88
_._..., _....__.__ ..._...._._. ___ .h__..____ tie, has filed In the Circuit Court Gainesville I
..... .
The Gift That Only You Can Give. . cor\Ti.a.I.al.F: ......6.Un..AN." nu.ur..a.. -- I -.

(''' I'\'. I

YOUR Henry Adolf Melnecke>, Plaintiff vs.
I.ollta Felicia Fits Melnevke, De
PHOTOGRAPH "' fendant tans No. 3692.
ORDER OF PtrmICATIC La moda Americana
ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR Have Coke
Studio open each day till STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs, (THE AMERICAN a a a

4l 9 1,. m., including Sunday I.ollta Felicia Fits Melnerka 15 WAY)
Kyffhauser Slrah.1ollderhau/! en.
No appointment necessary Uermany. r
e
You are required to appear on 47 ..
Satisfaction Guaranteed .
May 4, 1945, In the .above named ,.. ,...
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff "r ....
seeks dlvo....... Bradford. County v

: HOLLYWOOD CAMERA & GIFT SHOP Telegraph In Witness next four shall my weekly hand publish Issues and thin official Order i"\' III L iiJ [ 11 II 1 4 'Ip a tl$ '1 fF


q i c Meal at Htarke Florida this April '
H" Call Street 4. 194ft
At Railroad
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1. Thomas.
An Clerk uf mild Court.
Hon Walter C. Hardenty. Box 439 .
-' 0 uytona Beach Fla., Atty. for Plf.
4.6.. 4t 4-J7
: - -- 1 r
iv' "IIU..T' (COt'IlT nit \I>FOIM>
1'OI'V'rl'. FLOnlsl.\. l\I t'11 aV..".
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Norma.Vard. Marino. Plaintiff v*.

I,. o COMPLETE CAR SERVICE dant Anthony('a...Vincent. No, SrtffOonDRH \ f Marino. Defen

OF PHPCICATION
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR




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Washing Polishing
y.. tea Waxing ,


g1 t r r CERTIFIED LUBRICATION

t _
UCkJ1When . all American
'''Polishing & custom as seen in
1 <,,1<$ Waxing By AppointmentOnly Italy


backed your horseshoe is People overseas are impressed by the American fighting man's friendliness

by
an Accident

,1f'' 4 Standard Oil Products Policy in The Travelers! among his fellows. They see his home-ways and customs-hIs good humor. '



J lit IP L1 1 FULL SUPPLY OF CAN OIL Charley Agency E. Johns. America.More a Coke Yes they tit hear pause him that say refreshes to his buddies with ice-cold and they Coca-Cola begin .to understand


speaks of the
Phone
13

CARDEN'S SERVICE STATION STARKE.- FLA. friendliness of Main Street and the family fireside.


's VAN II. ('AIIDF.N.: Mirr. 'i' "Coke".eoca-Cola. :
STAKKE.: lOITKO
r Cor. FLA. .. .. ...' UNOCI AUfHOIIfV Of THI You Cola
Temple Ave. & Call St. ... CoCA COLA COMPANY IV [ naturally bear Coea-
FUprmntlng THE I called by iu friendly abbreviation
TRAVELERS STARKE
101:. Hartford'S COCACOLA.BOTTLING "Cokeotla mean the qua1ityprvuo
CO net of The Cocs Cola Company.

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20. 19015 /
APRIL BRADFORD COUNTY TELKGU.VPn. STARKE. FLORIDA j
PAGE TIIRRIO; '
I . . . . and son visited I i relatives and t Ii .
, . evening with his
family. iv
... I friends in riHrriT 'OI'.IT. mt %i)wonniv 8TATR OF
Lake FLORIDA to.
Geneva : I Mra. Mildred .
over the We Col'N1'Y. FLOllllltt Snpp. Frank Nor banlii', of lowest
weekend.Mr. are sorry to report the illness ('..IIY.Ruth I (''AX- Vlni-ent who* addrcnn In 17SJ man. on and bent bid. ''
1r LawteyBy of Mrs.! Alma N. \VmihlnKton, I C. The Pviard recerven the right toreject '
Starling and fulrna New
,
Sawyer l'IIlnlltl'RU"N..11 -. va. You ; .. IIh.I'rha..I' Owned
and Mrs. J are required 11..... any or all bid. The Ttfkatlone I !
", D. Grtffls and hope she will SOon be well again Rage Saw) r. 1)atndant May 14th. in45. In the above "p< I
E\"EI.YNE WARREN J. J. Zeigler were business visitorsto Attending the surprise Caw No. 3718. Court anil i.a line, wherein Emory John., Sir. Clan Andrew. and requirement "on illswill
. . birthday OHDEH' OF ri'HI. Keeka .. Aaron Kelly (/ b.
; Gainesville !K-ATION < part of any contract let
I . Thursday. supper In honor of Mrs. T. N. ANn NOTICE ''. AI'l'l'AR' Teletrraph shall ptihllnh thla Hronkert 4'onutr Onned ltu.r. nnd together with any 1\"I'Ifd f
11 11'I Mrc. Jack Jarrell and Norman at her home Saturday BTATH OK Kl.0lil:. to;: Mr In next four weekly. Imiuee.. Mra.. Lee Ireen. hid will ennnlllut. the i-ontrnrt..
Ralph Smart who has cL1.ughtel's. Russell tinge Saw I< I 12 H.e3 08nd \\IIIII-HM my hand and .' ..r..rh..I.I, Onned |....". 4-11 Kt 111TEUMITK. "6
' egl overseas, 1 itl Jackie and B e v e rley, of night were H. M. McRae and Av.., Jamaica (4), l.ng Inland, oral at Stark.-, Florida, thin O. W. Keller. !Mr.. U.ttle 1..1.| I '
, five years with Jacksonville visited Mrs. Janell'sparents family. :J. W. McRae and family New York. I nth.. lPffi.IUI''I'I wards. I'h.lty'IlIhu", ( ',
I fen," a JO-day furlough Mr. and Mrs. W.V.. B. M. McRae and family Mr. and I May You nth.are required t t.,. Appear, on AT. SEAL) A. J. Mra.Law t.y Ijlllle Counlr O,ne.l COlnr..dl.j| : KIIAIUCATIONAND '
Mattie Smart 1945. In .II\.I ubma named All ('','I'k ..f Knld Court. Morgan, 1.. I' !
mother Mrs. Fackham this week. Mrs. Arthur McRae. Frank York Court and l CHUNK. v f\ ,.|In plaintiff: T. Prank l I./lnllrum. Starke, I Lnn My e-I'rl'rely. 55,.ned 11..1 CONTROL t
1I I Mr and Mrs. insJacksonville Mrs. W. I). Garrett and Mrs.' and Cpl. and Mrs. Ronald Wil- eeka Telewrnph dlvol'shall. ... pul Ki.i.irurd h-h.. this County oiilwi .Vtty. fur lit. ,. 4-13 llnnr"I aow Mil Mryantilr.I nuilian.( .I.."%..,1)in ilrirnH. Ilur-I|/ If ymi arm flying antx romliiR'
! e e shoppingursday H. B. Brown of Starke visited son, Misses Eleanor Jones. Pansy In next tour wekl INaueaVltneaa (.,I.'. i-oii nn><< FOIL "(' llnniiiloni-lrliitrl Owned llunen In or out of your h >uv! ? I lhechnnroft >
,
Mrs. Garrett's and :Joyce Crosby Jimmle Lavon my hnrl, i and' official' 'I'11 tv a,'cut'r"'o'\l :MTB Frank: TIIIHIIIIHMra art you haven termites I
I C. R. Whlteiu mother. Mrs. J. P. yenl at Starke. Flnuda. this April I Tiniionni of unlp| .. t ndrrhlllr-PrI ,tely u"nd I
.
and
Kelly and Charles "" RIIII l lfMi will IM alilo! to
I H. C Dickinson Montlay and Tuesday.S Crosby and Mrs. 11th. 1945. 'nf Hradford County Florida '; Mtvejouroelf
I II were in Chicago IlL, several 2-c B. F. Geiger Owen McRae. (OKFHMAL. SEAL) \. J. Thomas. rerelrP| urliti bids for .... Sibyl Hupp I iIlellhronnt.YrIntrly a "''aI1'pnlr bill. A
of .
Sanford ,
II I < Ail Clerk of acid I' int. and-or .
I [Vs last week. visited his mother Mrs. J. P. Thursday dinner guests of Mr. Walter C.. Ilsrdesty l I'uvtona ncneh. ing HI hnol equipment I.UK route upon the ... II...,. uwn,4. I innitlnal rliarf( for ln..|M>rtfon.
I visiting Kin, All. for Fit 1.13 41 6-4 merly driven \\0 give bent t Alnra\'HI*
joe Brown was Dickinson, Monday by the following" F..llx0111 Pl', It. I.. cn <
I MI'a last and Mrs. J. W. McRae were Mr. IN CUM ..1..' ('01111'. I"IU"'O"U Nona and referred to .. 1."n..lI.. IlNkll.. Clemons. .I rt"C'rl'nC'PM.
I Jlatlvcs In Jacksonville Pfc. James Swindell has returned ('01''Ii l'Y. Kl..CUIIU\I IN <'lll:>. Ilk. naniinrkel" -. !
I and Mrs H. M. McRae. Mrs. Sam- 1'11:""'. ('nasty Oft"eil Ill.lnsti-I'rlntly\Ira. Owned ...., Telephonec. .
to his lI"'I\'II
I ekend.Mfrs. and Mrs. camp in Eagle; uel E. Marshall and children fete Donald Vincent!. 1'lalntlff v. ClevelHtuI, SullivanV.. O. ,' AM Slur ph" U"lIoWI&, )'. '
I Arthur Taylor Pass, Texas after spending a 20- Mrs. lean Vincent )Defendant. CHUB No I B. J. II>HK| 1111'''. Nelson "" "Peolflpatlona and'reiiulrvineiita A. POWELL
I I L| Taylor were shopping In day furlough with his wife and Rae.Ronald Wilson and Arthur Mc 36117.ORDER; op ri(.,urTtov TonillnMon I'lnnt IHWM! Milton Norman of County. Huperlntendmit.now on file In 111,1.Office In 1II3-J or \\rlt I I '
I h"r'v' Ml until lit. 2 Ilox 88 G..h.vm"
May ,
Wednesday. 15.
mother. ANl NOT 1C B T\i .
I rke I ._, APPEAR >lnrkei-rrUatrlr Owned 10:00: A. M. IIrlv.... will. he018red
Frl- -- ---
spent.
I BUSS i Evelyne Warren D. J. Phillips and Mrs. Alice '
---
with Miss Helen Lott : Jones t tLIVES
y nIght were shopping In Starke
1 <;tarke' Misses Joyce and Jackie !! Saturday. Their :
skins of Keystone Heights Mrs. J. C. Cochrane has been very '
ere, visiting Miss Ernestine I I called to the bedside of her sis- .
uoore' last Thursday afternoon.MrS. ter who is. seriously ill in Panama CLEAN OUT
Arthur Pearce entertainede City. !
Baptist Young People's Union S-Sgt. Richard Veale of Ft. depend on you YOUR CLOTHES

I her home last Friday night. Benning has returned there after
femes were played and later Mrs spending a few days here with .
farce served delicious cake and his sister Mrs. J C. Cochrane. CLOSETS!

Inch to about twenty guests. )III'. and Mrs. W. J. Charplng
I Mr and Mrs. Vernon Silcox and daugh tel' Mrs. Elizabeth .
i Starke were visiting Mrs. Sil- Smith
jot Anderson. S. C., spent
pc' parents Mr. and Mrs. G .W. I last weekend with Pvt. and Mrs. II I '
,berts Sunday evening.Miss James Partain.Mr. I .
Evelyne Edwards of Starke I and Mrs. C. A. Beck and TAKE YOUR USED CLOTHING ;
,ant several. days with her parts the Thomas family visited Elbert
Mr and Mrs. T. C. Ed- Britt in Lake Geneva one day last .III tr a, "1 '-
TO ONE OF :.
fcnds.S.) week. THE FOLLOWING'
Eunice Jr., U. S. Navy $ f'
s i visiting his parents Mr. and . . . e . . ,i 1

.j. J. S. Eunice Sr., severalys SUB STATIONS: .' <
Pine LevelBy
last week. .' I ,

. . . . Mrs. II. M. McRae
. . . . . '

heres sa Re.... W. E. Hall filled his regular -, .> Torode Chevrolet Co. '; ;

appointment at Pine Level a'r
By Miss Ida Hagan v
. . e . . . Church Sunday with a large con O Ford Garage
gregation.Cpl. ,
e It
I Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan were'lUng and Mrs. Ronald Wilson
Edward's
I Service Station ,
in Starke Tuesday. and niece. Eleanor Jones were '
l tr. and Mrs. D. J. Griffis spent visitors to Jacksonville Sunday
O Fire
e week-end In Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Haislop Department
llatives.Mrs. and daughter Mrs. Inez Kelly of -
. L. R. Hinote and daughter Rising section were visiting Mr. t* "'" """"" Gulf Service Station ? '

lirginla, of Miami. Mrs. Hlgh- and Mrs. H. M. McRae and Mi s. '
wer and !Mrs. Phillips of Lawy Samuel Marshall Sunday after- I, : "+'" : 9aty ,a .f Garden's Service Station

spent Monday with their .
int and sister Mra. Alice Jones. noon.Pvt.. Samuel E. Marshall of'I' Smith's Garage
We. and Mrs. James Swindell Camp Blanding spent Saturday I



From where I sit... by Joe Marsh. 1 IF .IMPOSSIBLE

1
I TO TAKE CLOTHING '


The CuppersHave TO SUB STATION


a Dream Come True NOTIFY ,
'
'.*':;*>
.,t'*
ce and Jane Cuppers used to being at home alone together.
bay that as soon as the children with our own things-talking D. A. MONTEITH;" *
[lad flown the roost; they were and reading-enjoying my glass rlbm

going off together on a second of beer,and Jane her buttermilk; Chairman'"
honeymoon ..take a trip..or living and letting live. I guess VERY LIVES of multitudes in war-torn given all but life itself toward the same last

|rent an apartment in the city. you can't beat home!" countries depend on the filling of their desperate ing peace we all are fighting for.Let's .

So after little Sue got married From where I sit, Dee's had a need for clothing. get it out-,and send it off NOW AND
CLOTHING
I stopped In to say goodbye.; Dee better dream come trne-the :,
was sitting In his favorite chair dream of peace and tolerance The demands of America's armed forces .

before the fire,sipping a mellow and understanding that we all and civilian needs are so great that only a WILL BE PICKED' ,UP I 1

glass of beer.And Jane was busy are fighting for,and praying for, small amount of new clothing can be spared What YOU Can Do : 1
with her knitting Just as always.; today '
They looked about as restless as for overseas relief. 1 Get together( all the lerviceabU uieJ summer end
the winter. clothing you caa .p.,.. This included Mm'.,
tabby cat on the hearth. /t. and ehn ..
But all of us can spare some serviceable women', children' end infant wear *
"Jane and I figured," Dee explained 12tano Overcoat, topcoat, iuiti dre.e*. ehirte, elurta.
used cotung-to I provide the 150 millionpounds jacket., pant,work. clothe,(.(love.,u nderwnrN.w' ALL[ IIUSINKSS: HOUSES
"that you couldn't beat that must be collected this month ing Aarment, robe., ......Ier., .b....., and all knit
food Alio blanket, betlclothei.
No. 113 of a Series Copyright, 1943, United State Bmoen Foundation for that purpose. 2 Take your contribution to your local COLLECTION ARK ASKED
.
DEPOT maw or arranfa to ha.. wot :
I In the clothes I closets I and attics of Amer LOCAL COMMITTEE collect it before April lots TO SAVE LARGE HOXES

ica's homes is enough usable, spare clothing I 3 Support your Local) Committee, not only I wftli yes
contribution but alto with tea. edart
clothing your
for the 125 million men women, AND CARTONS
to help care and enerf j
( ,
So the city folks and children-in Europe alone-who have r

IN WHICH( CLOTIIINC;

have done it! CLOTHING COLLECTION i
UNITED NATIONAL MAY BE SHIPPED: if(,

> HENRY J. I KAISER Notional Cttotttmmf
for Overseas War Relief

Wef!! watch our speed APRIL 1 TO 30



WORD comes from Washington that the fat-salvage This Advertisement. Sponsored by The Following Members of The Victory Club ) '

has got to be licked In the small cities, the ... I i

towns and on the farms. WONDER GIFT SHOP FRANK'S FINE FOODS 1 I

We women have to save enough used fats In our kitchens GISLAIN'SFLORIDA i
to help make munitions medicines fabrics soap for militaryand BRADFORD HARDWARE' CO. c"

civilian use, and many other essentials. AT STARKE I

The job to date, has been done largely by city people KOCH DRUGSTORE Member F.; D. I. C.CARPENTER'S .

because arrangements; for collecting; the fats were'made In ;.: FRED F. STUMP DRUG STORE .[;; d{
the cities first.: Now we're called on. And will we meet \ !

our goal Just watch our speed! BARNEY'S DRINK STAND HOLLYWOOD CAMERA & GIFT SHOP w': f

HOW TO DO IT, Scrape broiler and roasting pans, skim .y +: I
( LAPPE BAKERY : P. S. STORES' t
soups and gravies. Melt down meat trimmings and table .

craps. Add the liquid fat to your salvage can. Take the can KIDD'S SINCLAIR SERVICE .- At The Bus Station 1 l''
to your butcher when full. He will give you two red points i
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BLANDING CENTERIne.v'
and up to four cents: for every pound. If you have any 'WIN RLE R ELECTRIC SERVICE ;, .

difficulty call your County Agent. This massage has been < J E R Il Y' S P L ACE
approved by WFA'and OPA and paid for by Industry. TEMPLE & LAKE SERVICE STATION

ROGERS JEWELRY & ARMY STORE )''I
DENMARK FURNITURE CO.

NEW' METHOD CLEANERS I I
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100,000,000 Mora LEILA'S DRESS SHOP & BEAUTY SALON

R" Pounds of Used Fats Are STAG MAGNOLIA HOTEL : -: ,:
Needed This( Years TILE
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STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING CO. I I ,,. '

'STERN BERG'SMARUCA'S 'BRO'VNSTEEN'S' SHOE REPAIR'*?

Z ,spr BLANDING TAILORS

: : GROCERY At Blanding Center .' I

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TilE SMART SHOP J. P. ROBERTS MOTORSJORDAN'S '

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Iii I SOCIETY and CLUBS Special Meeting Miss Peek HostessTo -District-- MeetingOf Local News I college David inweekend Sage Cainesvfle, who II II_

Of AuxiliariesA Fidelis ClassThe WSCS Held I with his pang
and Mrs. Louis
special meeting of the ladles Fidells Class of the First Here Last Week Friends will be interested to Mrs. Robert Sage

Attend WCTU Meet Fierstone-Rivers auxiliaries of the Presbyterian Baptist Church of Starke held workers In the Wom- learn that Mrs. Apal Weathersbee,, Wednesday ,to spend E Gr"
Leading
and Episcopal churches was held Its business meet- who formerly owned and operatedthe a We
regular her
The District WCTU Mr. and Mrs Rivers of monthly Christian Service husband
meeting was George en's Society of back Ensign!
at the Church Service Center last weekat Depot Cafe, is buying it Cr
Ing Thursday night of Ft
; held Monday at the First Baptist Graham announce the marriage of of the Gainesville District met this Pierce.
Church In Gainesville Delegates their daughter Selma, to Kenneth Monday afternoon for the purpose the home of Its President here Thursday of last week, and from Mrs Mollie Deloach 1\111'8.! James

from the Laura Scott Union E Flerstone, son of Mr. and Mrs. of discussing the entertain Miss Frances Peek. The Devotional held an interesting meeting the week to her home in Godboid .
c"F ment of soldiers at Camp Blan- was led by Miss Dorothy I Misses Merry and Martha Jea.i: Jackson,
here attending the meeting were K. C. Pleratone of Keystone Methodist Church. Welcomingthe after
Mrs. R. L. Kemp, president and Heights, on Thursday, April 12. dlnl Alvarez and Miss Floried Killings- out-of-town visitors at the Wlnkler spent a pleasant weekend with Y her mother' spen'll"K, '! a r.
( l I" served buffet worth after which reports were with Mr. and Mrs. D. E.. Mrs. w
v1 Mrs. Ara Moltt, Mrs. J T. Qulg- The ring ceremony was per Supper style door were Mrs. W E. Middleton man and sister
", loy, Mrs. Emma Murphy, Mrs. formed by the Rev. U G Herring each Saturday and Sunday even- given and Mrs. L. A. Davis. In the Hlldreth in Deland. Dow ing. lira
'h Jennie without cost to the soldiers' Misses: Floried and Willa Kill- Interested to
Thornquest and Miss Susan way at his home and the young big 'lobby the guests and Meal members Friends will be Mr. and
Wallace.SPUED. 1 couplo were attended by Mr and and their wives and a vesper ser Ingsworth, Group Captains, reported I were registered by Miss Olive know thrj!:: Mrs. J. A. Tucker is who have lived Mrs. Hogan

Mrs. Nate Dyal. vice is conducted every Sunday that 28 visits had been Ray and Mrs. W. G. Halle. Improving rapidly after undergoing for the in SllInps
Afternoon at 5 o'clock by Dr. W. made by the Class during the an operation last week in a past several year
t Mrs. Flerstone wore for her The meeting was opened by moved into their
W. niffe. Plans were also made preceding month. The class decided hospital in Columbus, Ga. She home her.
wedding a two-piece powder blue Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton: president they
to collect a box: of clothes recently bought
for soldiers to be invited to dinner will spend a few days with her h',
dress with white accessories. to of the local society, and was followed C a n o v a estate.
in homes on Mother's Day. for Italian Relief. These are In Columbus before return. Mr.. I
sister
They will live in Graham for be the next business by Mrs. J. T. Guy offerIng Kldd Jr., who
brought to : formerly
ft* where Mr. Flei'stone Those representing the Presby Wood ing to her home here. ?
the sec-
present meeting, which will be held May a prayer. Mrs A the house, and her chilj
is engaged In' bus I nl'ss. Mrs. terlan Church were Mrs. V. S. retary of spiritual life,conducteda Welles Stump spent several days .
3rd at the home of Miss Seletta now living in a home
Flerstone la' a high school student St. John, Miss Lucille Mitchell, Sparks. devotional service, using as her last week here with his brother Whir
: j 3 a Nrt here.Birthday. subject "Putting First I Things and slster .n-Jaw. Mr, and Mrs. own on W Madison St,
Mrs. K. G Duncan and Dr Illffe. Mrs Charles Torres, teacher of
the class, announced that a Study First", Mrs W. J. Churchwell, F F. Stump, while enroute from J; P. Hlgglnbotham/ who
PartyAt The Episcopal Church was rep- Course would be held In May on accompanied on the organ by Mrs. Miami to his home in New York as director of the USO

resented by Mrs. Mattie Gahagan "The Young People of the Sunday E. K. Perryman, sang as a solo, City.Mrs. Club here for eight. mOnt

Nursery School Mrs. Milton St. Peter, Mrs. Ed- School". The meeting adjourned "Sunrise Tomorrow". Robert Johns and Gerald been appointed director

Little B eve il y Ann Lappe, ward Burns, Mrs. O. L. Beasleyand after which Miss Peek Mrs. Susie Lee Walton of Pa- Griffis were shopping in Gaines YMCA! Club in Thomasvli

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry I the Rev. Grover Alison.It served delicious refreshments to latka, district president presided ,ville Tuesday. will M.I-S.remain Higginbotham here and m\ .,

Lappe, celebrated her 4th birth was pointed out that the those present. over the business session I ; and __ n" __ _. ._ __ n tha_ aohnnl. .............. until.-j the..
day anniversary with 'a party at the roll rail of the Societies and Mrs Vining, MrS sneuy Han;; n --- -- ""U me'
Service Center l Is similar In join him; there.
the nursery school. Thursday, opera Billy HarringtonHas reports were given as follows: Mrs. A F. Sauls. Mrs H. C.
.
4 __ April 12. tion to a USO Club and membersof Mrs. F. B. Turner of Ocala, district Bitch Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Ed prevat

% A color scheme of pink and all denominations are invitedto Birthday Party secretary of supplies; MJ'.. G. S Newcomb, Mrs. Fred Guy Bertha Pearce Mrs. J.M,\'
white was effectively carried out make use of this attractive W. C. White talked on the sub and others and Miss Lucille Mitchell

PE ttf yif3 r r and the cake was decorated In homelike place.It Mrs K. M. Harrington entertained ject of clothes and kits to be sent The Ministerial Alliance including recent visitors to Madison.

those colors: was announced that Mr. All- on the 7th birthday anniversary to war sufferers; and Mrs. H. E. :a number of Chaplains Friends of A. F Murrt,

After enjoying a variety of son will organize a Bible Classat ot her son Billy, Wed- Garrett of Crescent City reported from Camp handing! met in a be interested to know th

games, refreshments of Ice cream 9.30: on Sunday morning. nesday, April 11 from 4 tll 5:30: on Youth Work. Sunday school room and held underwent a leg operation

and cake were served to the following o'clock. Mrs. A. R'Meade of Gainesville, their monthly business session, State Farm Hospital Honda
l The children were entertained district of social Chris- and they were also at the that his
guests: Diana Smith, Bob Methodist WSCS secretary guests condition Is shout
and Dutch Smith' Linda Kay Sale with games,.songs and by taking tian relations, talked of different luncheon I' provement.

Prlscilla and; Cynthia Cox:, Sylvia Has Business Meet pictures. Mis. Harrington was phases of the work, and stated
4 Hopkins and Wendy Char- assisted i by ".Mrs. J. D. Seymour, that there Is now a bill pendingIn
lock. Monday afternoon the Woman's Mrs. L. H.' 'Jennings and Miss our legislature' providing for

v W Society of Christian Service held Sharon Hall. The center of attraction I the State of Florida to own and

Mrs. Titus Olson and mother Its regular business and program was the beautifully decorated operate liquor stores in Florida.

Mrs. Taylor, were shopping In meeting at the Methodist church. birthday cake. Mrs. Meade stated that if this bill

: Jacksonville Tuesday.Starke's Mrs. A. Wood, secretary of Enjoying this occasion were should pass it would be a blot on

;; r spiritual life, conducted the devotional Richard Dftl ....Kidd...__. Y-Jackie__'_I __..Miller.._, the .'Integrity of our fair state. A
I service, and her talk centered Avajfr'ii aiyaillf JVIlIime fUUI UUH- motion was made, seconded and
ale Kopelousos, Jimmy Fleming, unanimously carried that the SUN. MON.
TUES.-APRIL
around the Bible : 22-24
verse Emma Jane Can ova, Martha Lan- WSCS of the Gainesville Districtin

"Moses my servant, is dead". drum, Margaret Rose Duncan, convention assembled oppose

Mrs. J. T. Guy talked on the subject Jane Rlcharde of the State Farm, such a law; and Mrs. Meade was

lY __ of the Church In Europe Buzzle and Lu Green, Carol and instructed to send a telegram to
today.It Walter Jennings, Douglas Seymour that effect to the Florida Legislature. "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo"VAN

. I i S j iP Jimmy Kincaid, Lee Ann .
ti,' was announced that Mrs. Cherry, C y n thla Cox:,. Freddie Mrs.,. LeRoy Richardson of
t H. C. Ritch and Mrs. L D. Via- ; Lewis, Mary Sue Eppeison and
Evinston
district
secretary, gavean JOHNSON
ing would entertain Circle' One, Marlon Harrington.Mrs. ROBERT WALKER
excellent report of the workIn
at the home of Mrs.
Vining on
all of the PHYLLIS THAXTER
departments WSCS. SPENCER TRACY
May 7th; Circle Number Two will .
Fred Guy and Mrs. James The highlight of the occasion
be entertained by Mrs. E. S. Mat Blackshear
were shopping in
P n thews. was an address by Miss Rose A.
if r The Jacksonville Tuesday. Mace, a returned missionary from

finest = China. She told of the great
needs of the Chinese people resulting
11 0 restaurant Band from the Japanese aggres- Wed. Thurs. April 25 26"KiCM1T"

j sion.Under
bar- the direction of Mrs. L. I

D. Vining the church was elaborately I ?
decorated with Easter !I
lilies, radiance roses and poppies. I..... A U. all JU M.

,?Uaa444Q4teGurcd Perhaps there. "liut't a volunteeRed r enjoyed talkingabouthome Many of the flowers used in the
SIZZLING A Cross 'worker in : with church and in the dining hall werea
town whhasn't o someone who knew what
I' they gift from Ronald'Colman
Mrs O. L.
WALL run Into one Beasley.
PAINT .STEAK citizens who or more disgruntled were talking about Later on, in After adjournment a bountiful ,, .
won't contribute Europe, we were much surprisedto
You'll b..mu.d "because" . covered-dish luncheon was servedto Marlene Dietrich
it how quickly toil < Peihapsthat see a couple of American girls
$ LOBSTER; "because" is about.85 persons in the recreation
something that drive
to
i' easily you no brighten drab up a town which was
up room happened way back In the last within building. Serving in the din-
| James
range of Crai
with enemy artillery, ;
r SPRED. One com covers! No SHItnil: M Woild War and he J" still holding and serve us coffee doughnutsand ing hall were Mrs. Titus Olson |

'1. after-odor! No brush marks! E.'y to tight to this threadbare grudge cigarettes. We really thought

wtih-
and been done before or since . so much to
today lei ui ihow you by damoDo'l"doD give us a little boost
Or perhaps that "because" Is justmE're They always had
cheerful
a
than SPUD greeting
I It superior (O hearsay . Idle
an
_ :r tumor for every man.
ordinary wittr-ihlnned phalli . something a fellow who Is

W E%u9kb'r e 'e ,e e oaer I For B Minnie back from and which overseas finally told reaches Cousin I men"In' are the brought hospitals!! in,,when the American wounded #!7

Connoisaeura someone third or fourth hand and I Red Cross girls are on the job
convinces him that his dollar Is agnln. When being evacuated

98 better off lying Idle in the bank I from the front lines most men ,

than helping the Red Cross cal'ryout lose their toilet articles. The

.lt. nrnarrnrmThen ... ... FleH .. __ _
0 --- -- r-- l"'nn. = -.11. '- .H. For
GALLON ofGood ---- Uo-Is au.needed.iiva'such i n e as m tooth Wlinwhatever t The GRADUATE

( PAST ) along comm a fellow like I brush, shaving brush comb, tooth
Billy Jackson who
was inducted
Food paste, razor, cigarettes, etc. In .
)t ill' 1 GALLON PASTI MAKIS trained, cent overseas, wounded the hospitals they also supply the -- ---
r a and returned to a U. S.
1V4 GALLONS PAINT and hospitalall wounded men with any kind of
t in the space of a few brief reading material they like MEN'S BILL FOLDS
and it
0
months ,. He-says that the Red is the
Drink usually latest published."On .
tilt,' ..,,,...-...u,.._....,...._... Cross la tops and I, for one, am SHAVING BOWLS
m. willing to take his word for it the

. I hope the story Billy tells again visited way.by home the Red we Cross were, 7' t: SHAVING LOTION
will once and for
all
silence the
1Enjoyable always willing to supply us with AND TALCUM
arguments of those
who won't I. useful articles or cheerful words.
contribute "because" . Here'swhat In the
hospitals in
the States FITTED KITS
he told this column yester- they are still! on the job. One of

a day: the finest things they do Is to AND COSMETICS MEN'S STATIONERY

"Itefore I entered- the help service men and their families The One Sure ,.
service I, In emei'gencies. In Way .
one case
too - -
Red, had heard a lot about the In particular that I know of. a To Every Girl's Heart
CI'oss-not what it did do, service
but what It didn't do. But I've man's mother and sister LADIES BILL FOLDS
were in 'the
T been there, have seen with my worried about hospital.them He was. f
both AND
_ Dinners own eyes, and my OPiniOn. I... A ,. ftftA -''-_._uL..I .- flnanrlnllu COMPLETE: : LINE COMPACTS
lot different now. I know-- from-- ?" onu uuierwiae. Tile Red a .-
Cross
tit1 Dt-11t'loIIII fuod taken
"mirroiindlnfttt' make dining with Cross la doing an excellent job even care of
though he
IIM a real ptenxur". and comes in might never be
113 E. Call Street Stop In today actual J contact able to
repay the loan.
for the finest foal l at very sometime or other with almost OfJC South -
$ STAKKE, FLA.wr reasonable price every front line soldier "If -
anyone thinks that the
Red
HAVE '.A COMPUTE tiNE ... Cross Isn't GiFT
fr OF TlME-TEniD 325 Temple Ave. ".\* we embarked for doing a wonderful job :
T PAlKTCjOrou ;: overseas at home and overseas, just ask In P i
venincj
duty the
Red af A
Cross
CN oo IT y6uSit I was on the some of our service men who ,
{ job to give us coffee have
alt 1N nnr.._.>-, auvi"ftA .VCBI.-.... oi_. an-" and u.mat_ dough-much- returned.sell I honestly beUeve COSMETICS. __ __ _And PRni7lTiitia; _............ -

needed cheerful word from both as uieyu you've! never you on been the sold Red before Cross" EVENING IN"PARis SETS AIR MAIL STATIONERYIn

IN THE SOUTHEAST the young and older women. White and Colors

_ More people drink Atlantic Ale and Beer than any other, received After we were at sea we each Thanks, Billy . And If your
a kit bag REGULAR STATIONERY
It must be... containing cigarettes I recommendation doesn't make the 5,. ill in ,
,
candy, playing cards, sew next War Fund Drive a whole lot g. In White and Colors
ing kit, shoe
strings, matches and easier than
the last
one then
,
I'm
a pocket-size book. We swapped going to swear off columning for BATH POWDER THANK YOU NOTESCORRESPONDENCE

the books around on the trip over We . AND SACHET CARDS
and they filled many an otherwise '
--CaroJyn.SROU'r .
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7" lonesome hour. We found J'
that the bags! made excellent con


o atM ., . were tainers later for carried toUet by articles many men and t All Gifts Will Be Wrapped and Delivered On RequestCARPENTER'S

I right up to the front lines aBLLa a:aTAra REAL

o..t ....ri.... .f Ms.
"When We reached England we err prp.rt7- HM made* over
were n.OOO. nil.! .r Horn._ _
greeted again ... Karma
,, t Cross by the Red .;.. lI.y... from nil over .*.
AiE m EE I girls. They gave us some World. Fr.. open II.tln..
-- ---- i i'WtiMrLwMbA of the best hot coffee and dough E. A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY
nuts we ever had and boy! didn't I I

we really need them for It was Represented
CMMwC4r.r.M NwM1.o. bitter cold! Some of these girls Locally by

came from the same tales as F. C. HOLLINGSWORTH Phone 64 ON THE-MINIT-SERVICE Starke Fla-

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IF BITS of LOCAL NEWS Columbus Mrs. Bertha Pearce went to I!' Dr. H. H. Adams is spendingA Rev. and Mrs. D. R. Dickert Mrs I. Lecin" Mitre Madeline I Lt, Ralph Rhodes of Plnellaa- I'''
I
Ga.
week Tuesday of last two week's vacation In Memphis of Daytona were Saturday lunch Lecln and Lt and Mrs, Clayton Army Air Field" pent Sunday I I'I I'I'I ''
= to visit her daughter. Mrs. Tenn. Mrs. Adams and their con guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Springer were shopping in Gainesville I with hid mother, Mrs. D. A. Mon t tI
fcsss= C. L. Hill. Lt. Hill has been' I son have been up there for the QuIgley. i .I
Tuesday
Lt and Mrs. telth.
[irs T M Hutchings has been I small R. R. Thede and transferred to Ft. Meade. Md., past month. _._ I ,! I
the son, Ricky, left --- ------ ..
to her home for past Sunday for and. Mrs. Hill and daughter Pat- Mrs. Frank McKinney has goneto ---.._-- .. I
fined result of Inl.8 Fort Bragg, N. C.. where Lt t .
week as the Thede ;) returned with Mrs. Pearce to Macon Ga., to be near' hE'rhUt.bandwho
received In a fall. In stationed. remain while he is overseas I In. stationed there
Wallace' t,. Thlgpen. Jr., Is Mr and Mrs. Jesse Newsome Mrs Leslie BigRS of Hattles- Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McDonaldand
Cc 19 day furloujfn with spent Sunday) In St Augustine.Col. burg, Miss., who Is visiting her Julian
ndlng tI" son and Mrs J. L, HURRY HURRY I
irau! Mr and MjJjJJ. Jj and :Mrs D. E. Knight faihei', Ben Rowe, went to Jack- McDonald and two children of
spent Tuesday in
is Jacksonville. sonville to
He Friday spend the day Jacksonville were dinner guests!
Jgpen\ Bowie. Texas. Mrs. J. M. Brownlee is retum- with her sister, Mrs A. B. Baker recently of Mrs C. P. Ward and I
frs p R VV Reese and daughter irg today from Washington D. C. Sir and Mrs. Baker returned with Mi, and Mrs. John Uglow WHILE THEY LAST I
Maxwell FIeld Ala., arendlrg where she spent the week-end her Sunday and Mrs. Baker Is Pvt. and Mrs. Merle" L, Pack. ki
In \ several weeks with herente with Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Stith and I spending this week with them. ham arrived Tuesday from Camp ; E J

Mr and Mrs. Adamen. was a patient for a few days at I Clyde Priest and Mis. Nlta Ruckcr, Ala., to spend a leave
John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore Dobbs managers of the local ten with relatives in Theiessa and BEAUTIFUL ALL
t. Julian J. McRae who Is aLent Md. cent stores, attended a Manager's Starke. v.trr
in Lawson General Hoe- Mrs. W. B. Parks returned Meeting of Priest's Stores In Wave Evelyn Lecin is arriving !
'I. Atlanta, Ga... ep nt Sunday Tuesday from Monroe, La., where Madison last week. tomorrow to spend a furloughwith = RUGS
i ll nday with his parents Mr. she spent several weeks with her Milton Browning:, USMC, returned her parentaMr.. and Mrs I. t BERKSHIRE :
I Mra Russell McRae. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and to his I station Monday, Lecln and sister Madeline.Rev. .
Guy * Hampton la Mrs. Dame r 0 n Black, Jr. She after leave A
Mrs. J, P spending a with his and Mrs. W. J. Churchwell
Intone several days with her went to be with her grandson, family here. were In Jacksonville Monday at- -.s J

and daughter-in-law. Mr. andS Dameron Black, in on his first Mrs. R. M. Johnson of Waldo tending a district meeting of the ""
PRICE RANGE FICO10.50 !\
!
Fred Guy this week. bia.thday. I was in Starke Monday Avondale Methodist Church.

.. 2nd Class Petty Officer. Carl While there they also visited Kas-
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'Carter of Vero Beach spent the par Duncan who is In Hope .;
ATIENDDEDICATION week-end with his wife Haven Hospital, and, two other
19.18NEW ]
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Mrs Helen Blanton Is attendinga friend who are hospital patients. *
four-day X-ray course In GaInes- Mrs Carrie Ritch Is leaving today *
ville this wee k. She is Drs. to spend a month In San Antonio

NEW' RIVER CHRISTIAN CHURCH Adams' and Heilong's office I Texas with Capt and Mrs.C. ? T T


SUNDAY, APRIL 29 I nursu. .--.- -- C. Mendoza.u___'" __ __ _____ \ LIVING ROOM SUITS ON SALE !

All Day Services Everyone Invited Notice Of Unpaid Delinquent -- -.

Intangible Personal Property TaxesAs .H 25-.75
SPEAKERS: POSTER BEDS - . $
provided by Chapter 20724 Acts of 1941, notice Is hereby given
lo. K. CULL ARTHUR DE PEW R. B. GAMMAGE that intangible personal property taxes assessed for 1944 are now delinquent "
and beginning with April let such taxes are drawing interestof )
-.- - - --,.... --,-.- ---..;. 2% per month plus a penalty of 10% and the proportionate cost 5-Burner With Porcelain Ovens &, Tops .
of publishing this notice. Unless the amounts set opposite each name "
below are paid before the first day of April 1945, tax executions will TABLE TOP OIL STOVES AT BARGAINS ,
EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING issue thereon and be delivered to the sheriff for levy upon any prop- -
erty, real, personal or mixed belonging to the taxpayer, for unpaid
taxes, penalties and additional costs. The names of delinquent Intang- A FEW USED OIL STOVES RECONDITIONED .

ible personal property taxpayers anti Ut. amount of taxes Including .. " .. " .. .... ,. ,
.. SEVEN DAY SERVICE the cost of advertising and the first month's penalty are as follows:

American Tung Mlllx, Ine, $41 44 luther Harrell -... .._ 109Amerlean IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
Tuim/ ALL WORK GUARANTEED Orady H & Uulldu lIaLfg"tt 7.57 I>ru('kr'. Jewelry ____ 1206

C. A Tax KNIGHT Collector, Bradford County. John H. Denmark Furniture Co.

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0- PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA.ia'\
DRUCKER'S JEWELERS "" ...
Notice Of Unpaid Delinquent
I WE BUY GOOD 'USED FURNITURE
101 CALL STREET Tangible Personal Property Taxes

As provided by Chapter 20723, Acts of 1941, Notice Is hereby given
that tangible personal property taxes assessed for year" 1944 are now b-w MNe'ro.n.rn.
delinquent, and beginning April 1st.such taxea are drawing interest o.co New LIft'NY.x ,
Steaks of one per cent per month plus the proportionate cost of publishingthis 11
The finest notice. Unless! the amounts set opposite each name below are
Shrimpfoods paid before. the first day of May, 1945, warrants will issue thereon
directing levy upon and seizure of the tangible personal property w.waue +.r ,
tf< the taxpayer for unpaid taxes: penalties and additional costs. Tha xuunrxn n-,1wxININ -.111 ,
name of delinquent personal property taxpayers and the amount of 0
at reasonable SEA FOOD taxes, including the cost of advertising and the first month's penalty H

FISH OR are as follows; .+1 \
wmu
MEATPLATE School PUtrlft. 'II... :2 \MlllamK. Joe .... __ 3t.26 N. rN.N ,vnt I,
prices ChiiMon, .1. IHolley. _____ ..____ $2.20 Went Nand Orooerv .- _.. 31.211 owa
V. W.Hrhool. _____n____ 3.53 School l>l.lrlrt J\o. .1
.. .. LUNCH )l..trlpt N... :.1 Bryn n. A. J. __ ________ 2.28 ,
CaTfSt.George -- Automatic Muolr' Company 20110 li-ifflM, Uordon _____ .; 1.61 lxlraNl.Ilr r1a
Court & Anderson A.V.. .....___ 3.31 Marl', (>. W. _.._-. ___00_._ 8G.42 y w tl;' '
With Two Angela drill ..__________ 2090 Sumner A. C. _._ ___...___ 2.26
Vegetables45c Ann & Harry ___nU_.--- 41 Al Siimner, A. A. .___...____ 211:1:
Kopelousos I Blue Tavern _.___--__.... :20110JitKlim\ O. M.-________._ 2.113
Bin mlln Tailor 641 School ulntrliiu.. 10 .
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OwnerlUIDON Bobn. Tavern ....__Uh__..... 41.6t VMllln.. T. I.. __________? 2.01 wIN "LI '
E-alliml. 1'. X.i- __.____- 2 27 Mehoul IlUtrlrt %(.. 11 "1 1ow
Cook, W. A. & Lena ___. 1676 Strickland. K. <._______.. 2.tCl'
farantniH, Toney _-..____ 1O5& "......... Hlntrlrt' No. 12 '
RILL ruckern Jewelry, Inc. .. 207.25\ l..a..nllyV, H ... __ 8.31 b
KpperHon, W. J., Jr. .... 8.41 School IM.trl. No. 15Green ;
Floyd. 00-.__ 1i.8S M>rnan, OUIM ..______ .. 2.87 I Iswwaai
Gardner, <'.. 8. _h________ 2U.11I1 Norman T. N, _...____u 2,1\11
OrlfflH, /. 7.OalnenvlllH u________ 475 .
School ln.trl.o. Ill
"Eat At The Best And The Rest"' lIaM! CiirppunyUrern'H 20.90| < Tyson, All.ert 3.01 &!!
Forget Fuel I'onnmny .... 211.90( ------- ---- / :
HI Ton Munlo Company 1065\ Hrhfiol Dlatrlrt No. 1H' w.w'r fHt M,
Hertz., Irvln n ___________ 01 37 American Turin Groves, Jnn, ..11.811 n .Iw 1
Jordon, .!L W _.__...... 86.02 Brwiker Turpentine Co.. Inc 2.98Kitty' t. I
I'Iarx _n_ _________ 20.90 CroMby, C, A. -._______ 2.70 nxN. :. .Ib-K. 1i tw.rl. ,
Mlxon. Harvey __________ 28.09 CroHby, A. U -._,-.___ __ 2.91:' I.p -a. NN- iHFr,,' I c'Frf,
Patel, Van _._..________ 2090 tlr..pn. Karl ;-.______ 111.211 I IMI aK. .,
Rite Cafe ...? ________ 112.31 Harrell Luther--._______. 8.31 t
Hitch, Carl _- ..._.-:._,______ 211.90 Ha.ien If. H. _......___ ._ Ast: ti- aeu '1 r
Kob rtn. .I. I1 __ ________ 41.111 Hasen, J':. J. ......___. 8.53/ e 7 er(1RN.o.- tf
__._.___._ r.NK rex '
NAT SEZ Save Oil Company ...... 31.211 Haien. I II 11.53
: Sumner, A. (J. -_..___.._-.. 2.118 M.lvln, c'. t'. _....____ -- 11.31 .,
TalakoH, John _. _.-___.... 31.26 Roberts, J. 1'. ._______ 07." ., ., duluwwSWry '
No matter how young you think Victory Hur It y _____ _.. 2090 UeekN It. A. _...._____ 30.7G pe-rM 1111111 i ,:
matter how much C. A. KNIGHT, wN'NaqrIv ,
-'V you are no you 7 ,.. w'wx.r i '
Tax Collector, Bradford County.
Jitterbug and try to fool old .Nn. le..1 +.c urn i

Father Tim, along come some- t.. .ale ,, iI
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hoJy and call you"tlncJe Nat" ,

and happened the Illusion to me Is the shattered.other day It WHAT CAN YOU SPARE rtl I ,ryNrlMxnrnx"Nnuunr rONN .ap, .m.. 1.1.-'(??

and It'll probably happen to you

-MO watch Out ? '....wen"S 1.. ,
THAT THEY CAN WEAR i 1105105 wptp4 lads
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This month, from the clothes closets and attics of .,'"-'"I Nr 3 reeI'r w"n II III '4'e

America's homes, must corn 150 million pounds of I

Pretty and Gay serviceable used clothing, shoes, and bedclothes, to I

help relieve the pitiful suffering of 125 million men, I .I\

women and children in war-torn European countries. 'i! I

Will you help? Then call your local UNCC Commit. :

Spring tee-right now-for full information.In A Vital Network off Routes



ti s Bags to. Seiuie &ue4iaJ 7.1UWd i i, I

the interest of the Rotary Club's
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part in this great drive, theStarkeDry s ; ) II
REACHING out across the great peninsular state Florida Motor Lin. network of r :

Cleaners will contribute all uncalled bus rout. .ls bringing an IndlspensibU service to this great and growing south- 1;. ; '

for garments that have been in ra-most slate of the nation. : .

And this .Is but small segment ef) the picture for Florida Motor Itoe. U I i. j;
plant over 60 days, unless these r
our
I closely coordinated with travel over lundreda of thousand of-miles) of additional .

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garments are called for before May 1. motor bus line routes reaching to every nook and comer of' America. '

From the smallest cross-road community to the splendid dtle and I Industrial ,

and shipping centers of Florida Florida Motor lines forma an Important con'I('I? I
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THE NATION'S GOAL IS necttng link. . bringing together men and women of all occupation and c 1 !

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r tl jyr 150,000,000 Ibs. OF USED CLOTHING of trade and recreation. j

Today Florida Motor tines and the war-busy state it serves. Is busy .t the f I ,,
HOW MUCH CAN YOU GIVE?
Job of helping win an early and final Victory. But when the day of peace arrive i i' :

Suin.In' 1 I* Patents; g Florida Motor Lines will be ready to provide the p J'\

ruffled multicolored strawsreptiles ; If You Cannot Bring Clothing To Collection Stations luxury and convenience of super-buses to carry ) 1

; vanity'box Contact Chairman: D. A. Monteith you swiftly and pleasantly in any direction you w' Z '" r
7 everything PRICED FROM
Pretty I In summer v may choose. .- '. J
$10.95 ,
handbags |Is here at $3.50 to
One attractive PLUS TAXSternberg's
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t t:1.: J j _. __ BRADFORD COUNTY TBLKQKAril. STAKKE.JTAUBl 'LORJDA FRIDA_, tl'1tqI

I "4) BIJkState! Y for
Manhattan N. ,
hla Station
with
baying for the remainder cf the weekend , riage Thursday night. after spending a leave and I SPAR training.
after
.
S e. a 55 e. e. her home at that time Edward Norman and son, Her I mother Mrs. Chesley Fogg
been here for the past week. I. other relatives here Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fierstone dies unn
afternoon of bert, were in Orlando last Thurs Mrs E. C.
.i Farm After spending the woek-end Tuesday guests left yesterdayfor .: were visiting Mr. and
r Alta Smith
Miss
business.Lt
G. Stria gfellow day on
;. with Mr and Mrs. W. G. String- Mr. and Mrs., W. where she will Fierstone 1 n Keystone Heights
Mr. and Mra. W. L. Wall, Jewett C. Fogg returnedto Miami, from ,
Manassa re were
\\hltfield Sunday.
By J\-frw. Dry .n fellow, Capt. George Guard Training
. . . . . . turped to his home in Atlanta.Ga. Mrs. Mae Dickens and Mrs. J. E. his station in Georgia Tuesday : go to the Coast sto
.. .
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Wilson of Starke.Mr. -
., while Mrs Managua and
BRIDGE CMIII; MEETING their children, Celia and George and Mrs. AI Rogers and
The State Farm Bridge Club J.. went to Fernandina for a stay little daughter Lavonla, are now (1thinA
Y was entertained by Mrs. Dennis wtlh Mr. and Mrs D. H. White living in the house formerly occupied -
Fancher at the home of Mr. and Monday Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carter by Mr. and !Mrs. E. G.
Mr P. D. Fancher last Wednesday were also guests of Mr. and Land Mr. Rogers, who was employed
afternoon. Tables for 12 Mrs. Stilngfellow during the at Belle Glade, has been
players were placed in the living weekend.Mrs. transferred to this division of the
room and adjoining sun parlor Farm.
J. II. Hundley was the
where Springflowers and potted luncheon guest of Mr and Mis.Reese Though she has not attendedthe
used as effective dec. School
plants were Bradley. In Jacksonville Friday Community Sunday
? orations. During the games Mrs. I for some time Mrs. Annie M.
Clinton
and
Mrs. Bradley son
salted -
and
Fancher served candles Richards makes a valuable con
with Mrs.
k I: nuts and, at the conclusion of Hundley, returned and remained. home until Sun- tribution toward it by sending a
y the progression, a dessert course. vase of flowers of marked beautyfor
High, second high and "bingo" day. each service. The unselfish --
(i prizes! of Defense Samps attachedto During the past week-end Mr. effort of Mrs. Richarde In her to %r
dainty shoulder contagea were and Mrs. E. G. Land had an visitors selection of flowers and arranging -
to Mrs. C. Mr. and Mrs. Lorace Camp-
awarded respectively them In vases that eeem made
1, M. Turney, to Mrs, J. i and to Mrs. J, R. Kite. I White and Mrs. Dutton! Perry of on members of the Sun
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COMMUNITY: CLUB MKKTINO; Mayo.Mrs I t. n. Tyson went to day school

Mrs. C. M. Turney, meeting President of Miami 'Thursday; to visit; Mr.-and . . . e . . >..t
4, presided at the regular Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Harry L. Tyson. "Guess I've just flatus',

+. ,+r the Community, of last Club week. A variety O.P.A.Mrs, meeting J. R. Kite i in attended Gainesville an Graham t been counting on a newcj]

;, of color was added to the Club Wednesday. Edward Norman soon as victory rolls
Uy 1\11'1I. Need! arpt
i I Room for this occasion by beauarrangerents Petty Officer 2-c and Mrs. En Ice . . . . . . P Everything You
of Spring flow j Household Depts.
tiful ; BradHhaw and children of Atlantic Completely Stocked
{ ers. Plans were made at this Beach returned to their home Friends of Bobby Frazier will ,
,, meeting/ for the Club to sponsor a Tuesday after having been with be glad to know that he la able Liquid CleanerThurs.Fri.Sat.Apri119
and
V ', Community Red Cross Sewing Building Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox for a to be up again, though still con- 3 BIG I SALE BUYS
: luncheon at the Community At week. During their leave Mr. fined to his home this week.
on the following TucBday.: Bradtfhaw went to Palmetto fora Mr. and Mrs. Emery Lewis have E
( e } the end of the business discussions short stay with his ulster. returned to their home In Rising 20 :
Mrs. 21
1 Mrs. J. G. Godwin and served En route from Jacksonville to after visiting their sister, Mrs, Zz 82'
t J M. Hembree, hostesses, her home in McIntosh Mrs. Cecil Ophelia Moore In Ft. Myera and Qts
;' refreshments. McRae spent Friday and Saturday relatives here. SCORES OF SPECIALS ON SALE u

r' with Mr. and Mrs J. A. Bouvier. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Robersonof Ask For Our Special Price ListLOVETT'S
j f ENGAGEMENT; announces the Returning to McIntosh with Mrs. Brooker announce the birth 33::

) engagement Mra. S. B. Dobson of her daughter Ber- McRae were her daughters Pat of a daughter April 4. She has Bleach Qt 10c
W. Johns, petty ricia and Eleanor, who had been been named Margie Sue.
nice, to James class, USNR. The visiting Mr. and Mrs Bouvier. Mr. The community extends Its congratulations Cotton
third
officer and Mrs. Bouvier took their to Mr. and Mrs. 25
of early each
C
{, will be ,an event MopS "But
wedding they if }]
$V r Norfolk. This announcement daughter and grand-daughters to Kenneth Fierstone, the former say maybes

tF'' ;* May in Is of interest to Farm residents I. their home and were their guests. Miss Selma Rivers, on their mar 3 years postwar before]

because Miss Dobson with can get one I Makes an
here for number of years
+ her mother and father, the late stop and think about i

w S. D. Dobson. No Runts his old carl"

t MIIS. SADIE HEKSIIF1EU ti
1 It Is with regret that we chron-
/ iclo the recent death of Mrs. Sadie
HerahfleM, widow of the late B.

Farm Hershfleld.Mrs. Hershfleld Since leaving had lived the these grunts jdJ

r in New YorkCity and the notice among '
'' of her death was published in one
P e of the newspapers of that mel , / /

tropolis., _

;: Of Interest to friend of fact Mr - i: : f--- _ _ I \
is the _
W. Bates -w=
and hire A. _ ___ '
.
that Mrs' Bates' brother, Viggo -; = = ....L : .- tQ.iiv
in :
homo _
hiM
Lag o,City uMonday after having :::;. ; o

been held as a prisoner for three AL''I
+, years in the Philippine Islands "Luckily, I saw my Gulf IT

s 1 ry? 1 j where, aa a civilian, he was the Inbusiness. oes to our Agricultural Colleges and ) He said if I let him treat!
t ...After Mr. Dalbo left where men spend their lives F>r a> '
iHlanda/thq. barracks In which he working out improved methods of breeding and feeding.! car regularly! with Gulfpi
had been Interned were destroyed For example E. F. }Ferrin head of the swine division t 1 and GulfleV'*' I could
'r j by Jap bombs and many of the of the University of Minnesota recently ran a feeding rat r certain that mine
'3 1 remaliUng prisoners were killed. test with seven Iota of pigs. lie found that too small an t. s pretty
1 Friday night the following amount of protein in the ration produces more runts y last,I""Well

tt group of young people had an ink slower gains and less profit. iP '
k formal gathering at the home of All pigs in the test started at an average '
: \ Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Yarbrough 'Jiff60 pounds and were self-fed without ::. t ? s
., ,
ti and participated In various games pasture for 14 weeks. All seven Iota received ,
,i for several hours: Mlssea Melvene wg the same kind of protein supple-
Davis, Luella Davis, Doris Mon. .rwent which was; tankage and
Grief, Margaret Reddish, Melba meal in equal parts Keep Your Cream Checks Up
& Strlngfellow and Mary Lou Yarborough with 10 % alfalfa meal to supply
\ CATFISH If you've noticed that the cream content of milkJ
t and Jimmie Brown Godwin adequate amounts of B CAN'T RAISE CORN your
goes down at this time of it indicate that
vitamins. year
1 a may your
c Leslie Bradley l Spencer E.F.Ferrin high-protein rhea ((18o of Nature baa equipped catfish with dairy cows are not getting all the feed they need for

Crews, Delbert Crews and Charles the total feed); others cut down to 15 % v feelers so they can find their way heavy production. Those first blades,: of grass aren't as
Thornton and Billy Miles of 12 % protein As wee get heavier, they about in muddy silt-laden rivers. good as they look for they won't give the cows all the

+ Starko need less protein, BO in some lots the amount Most of that mud and silt is rich proteins they require. So don't turn your dairy cattle
r ? + Miss Jean Perkins left Mon of protein was reduced as they gained In weight. topsoil from once fertile. farmlands; out to graze and expect them to take care of all their
? 1 day for Allendale. S. C., for aweek's The best results came from an 18 % protein the type of soil that should still be feed requirements with early .
w" with her sister Miss pastureeration
stay
del. t until the pigs reached 100 pounds and producing 50 to 100 bushels of Supplementatheir spring with grain and
Rennie I'erklns, who returned to corn.
+o protein after that hogs on Catfish mixture and hay. . grain and pro
can't that fertile I'm riding a
use mud
to raise sire
,
smaller corn, tein
supplement for milk
low-protein rations made gains and and production hay for necessary'
'!1iA were more uneven in individual that's too bad. Because right now America roughage. This tonic is sure to put new spring in the with the finest lubrical'money
the test ended. By just such careful expert needs all the corn it can produce. There's no need step of an undernourished cow. and I ex|
BUYii meats, the "know-how." of hog raising baa to let catfish have any part of your farm. Your top- The best indication of contentment<<; in the dairy herd can buy
S reached present efficiency.There's soil can be saved. Soil conservation practices hold is the butterfat test of your milk! to go on riding for a I

t s the raindrops where they fall, control water erosion, time yet.So I'm not worry

'KEEPTIIEMStart AMD More Money In Eggs stop Extension gullying Service stabilize of your the State soil.University The Agricultural will be $ 5 I I U n EA which Salvage have metal holes pails in! the or bottom tubs *

4 if you: 1)) collect them glad to help you work out a special program to fit '.. by pouring in a half-inch of GULFPRIDfOR
often, 2)) cool them prompt -.;: your farm. .- : concrete Let stand a week before using. Makes
y Your Iv, 3)) keep them clean. Allthis ; Through soil conservation practices? fertility is them a trifle heavier but serviceable. YOUR MOTOR
t Post {War improves their grade -Mrs. A. L. Miskimon
PlanningBy and therefore means a better- maintained crops make better yields carrying capac Wellsville Kans.cnnfl .
ity of pastures is increased An oil that's TOUGH i I
Placing Your price to you. more and cheaper feeds
are provided for livestock. ,All this means more BILL SEZ. That you ean't makefathogsonslimrations. capital letters .. .pro''**
Order Now For money in the farmer's pocket. Swift & Company' s+ against carbon and sludgl

+ +a + These Appliances SULPHUR FOR LsiMB COCCIDIOSISCoccidiosis believes that whatever helps livestock helps all of That money invested in War Bonds buys stir
t us-producer, meat packer and To **
consumer. you tanks today-tractor for you tomorrow!
a in lambs GULFLEXFOR
may be successfully prevented as a producer, we earnestly suggest that an investigation _
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by the addition
of ground crude
BENDIX sulphur to their feed of soil conservation
in proportions ranging front }ito 1 Ji% of th CM .d vflaW14n
I!
1 AUTOMATIC ration, claims the sulphur Growers B ,In. land management may be A/*], S. f fOA $6 YOUR CHASSIS
HOME: LAUNDRY Effectiveness of this treatment has been worth your while. for PARTYSTYLE' MEAT PIE
demonstrated by the .3.D.e working in coopera Agricultural JftorarcA Dtpl. Knocks, out friction at up |
tr f. $ lion with large lamb report states. -_- To serve four buy J-S pound of table-ready meat loaf- lo 39 vital chassis potsI,
HOT POINT either minced ham. New England cooked specialty or I I.JR
' :: UE..UGEUA Tons bologna. Dice (Or if you prefer use 1 M cups of cubed Protection pjuj.1BuyWarlS!!!
$5-IDEA WINNER-$5 beef.) Mix 2 tablespoons flour with 1 teaspoon salt and
ia, RANGES LOST A MILLION EXTRA 1. dash of pepper. Dredge cubes of meat in flour mixture.
WATER HEATERS pfirsta1darticles-tapelgaUze. Drown in 2 tablespoons of melted fat. Add 1 medium
ANNUAL MEAT iodine etc.-handy in glam
RATIONS a jar 6wn ka @9..
onion which baa
in the kitchen, workshed or barn. been diced and brown. Combine with
t,+ AR These Become Available Approximately 200 million pounds of meat a year are being Also keep nuts, bolts, and nails: Ji cup each of cooked green peas and cooked sliced car-
'" ,fit ">p We Will Fill Orders In wasted as a result of bruises crippling and death looses of live- assorted as to size in glass jars. iota. Cover with hot water or leftover gravy. Pour into
Order of Application stock in transit to market according to H. R. Smith of the a. Use a salt shaker in planting small a deep wide casserole. Top with mashed potatoes Bake
< y a ( National Livestock Loss Prevention Board. This Board has seeds in vegetable or flower gar- in a hot oven ((450* F.) about 20 minute or until pota
found that all of us who have to do with the handling; of live- dens. They are distributed more toes are browned. Serve with a fresh fruit salad, hot
stock can help save much of this needed meat by.following evenly rolls and dessert
N'tr ''glftj these simple rules: :...Z. A. Dine forger Texas

Radio Service 1. Inspect chute, truth and car for nail and rough cem rs. srAif l fc>H ovrs s

2. Do not overload or |lam animal Partition mixed load of U. S. IS TOP BEEF PRODUCER ... l6fyo'
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livestock ...
Farmer and rancher in the United ....... rt e
BED LAMPS 3. Never boot or prod with whip or club. States raise more cattle for beef than
4. When trucking, dart and in any country on earth. We have a _
DESK top with caution VJRY
lf LAMPS rut and thorp curvo ] watch for bump, third more cattle than Russia twice _
as many as Argentina _
or Brazil.There yR
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5. Check your load froquontly. Livestock shift in transit. are actually more cattle in India but / --
there the cow ia sacred and not used .A. I
\ By observing: these simple rules, wo can all cooperate in cutting for food. .." ,66iivn..,
down this loss of a million extra meat rations a year; and we /N71Y/SCOI/MRYSftl'L \
MiNKLERElectric can help! contribute to the nation the additional meat Ga ,

which it needs so greatly right now! supplies) .Swift & Company EiWlKyLEA1J SQlfS tJNlNe eR SN 7lJFUr .-If)


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20. 1945 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH '
APRiL. STARK FLORIDA PAGE' 'SEYfN'cooker :

. . . . . town gueets Included Mr. and Russ' sister. Mrs. Lugenla Odom tec, Miss :Madge Gay of Jackson- 1 108 Potom.o Street Liberty Holmes, Unknown.you 1
Mrs. W. L. Parrish and family. and niece Mrs. Nell Blann of N. Charleston. South Carolina. are required tn appear on
Mr. and Mra. Olen Parrlsh and I Tampa. Those I' ville.The You are required to appear on April 10 1945. In the above named IrnKuil 1I
Duke's attending were Rev. Fred Dodd and son May 7th.. 1945 In the above. namedCourt Court and cause, wherein plalntlf B Bl ii
family of Station Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.: Ernest Rusa and Johnnie of Mldlakea were and cause wherein plaintiff seeks. dl..ro.. and custody of minor I
Atkinson Mrs. R. K. Dukes and family Mr. family Mr. and Mra. Wllson.Russ Sunday seeks divorce. Bradford County children. Bradford County
1 .oc a 6Y . and Mrs. Robert Green of Lake and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Claude L. Telegraph shall publish thin Order Telegraph. shall publish this OrderIn ) DoUyoofMU al home ay II
? family Mrs J. B. Russ and May In next four. weekly Issues.witness next tour weekly Issues, Iuch kit contain PMtnan >
Butler and Miss Juanita Lewisof children. Misses Louise and Madge my" hand and officialseal .Wltnesa my hand and official M1 nit W v. dolution. 59 ,
Newberry. Mrs PurvU Hazen was a recent at Starke. Florida, this April seal. at Starke, Florida this March shampoo. ,eurlnra ntlot
Blosa and C. L. Atkinson and 4th, 1945.OFFICIAL. ,t W.V..,.. $5f,,, Money b.x roar.h .
given at Scout daughters Ilean and I visitor to Gainesville ( SEAT.) A. J. Thomas, n.u4I. M, Urt a CM.mvK..fi as t..r.
h fry was FISH SUPPERMr. Joyce. I (OFFICIAL BEAT) A. J.
in honor Miss Martha Horne spent several A. Clerk of mild. Court. Thomas ii
ridge Saturday and Mrs. Vance T. Frank Landrum. ttlarke, Florida A. Clerk of said Court. Koch Store J.
Ruse Drug
gavea PARTY
Aboutnds ENJOYED I the T. Prank
Malcolm L' days as guest of Miss Atty. for rif. 4-6 4t 4-27 1.andrum. Hmrke, Florida I
and relatives enjoyed flah supper at their home Mon I A party was given at the Com- 'Ruth SIbley of TheressnMr Atty. for rif. 3-30 4t 4-30:
In honor of Mrs. iv rmcriT cornr. nnAnronnrOI'MTY.
aslon with> him. Out of day evening I munity Hall Wednesday evening *. Ed Silvernall spent Monday . Fl.Oltllltl IN CHAMCKIiT. .- -
for Seaman Ralph Worthington. shopping In Jacksonville l''
Outdoor gamea were enjoyed by Bowman Chllders., Plaintiff, v*.
Mrs. T. E. Duncan and child Olivia Bourne
Chllders Defendant
Old Sarge's Place the 50 young people present. ren of Gainesville spent the weekend Case No. 3599.ORDER I

with her father, L. A. OF PITRLTOATION
Friends of Mrs. L. A. Brown Wynn. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
will be Interested to know that Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Neale and STATE OF FIX1HIDA' to: Olivia. It

\ARKE'S ORIGINAL she is In the Alachua County daughters patsy Anne and San- Georgetown Ttourne Chlldern, Houth who.Carolina.residence I" t
Hospital In Gainesville. dra of Jacksonville spent Sun- You are required to appear. on
day with Mrs. Jet tie Whyte. !May 7th., 1945 In the. above named
aMY Mrs J B. Russ and Mrs. Lee Court and cause, wherein plaintiff .
Willis were shopping in Lake Their nephew Charles flees returned seeks divorce. Hradford County" J
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with them far a weeks'visit TeleKmnh. shall publish this Order
Butler Saturday. In next four weekly Issues.. .
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Witness my" hand and official
TORE Miss Juanita Lewis of New- seal Rt Ktarke, Florida thin April ,
berry spent the week-end withMr IV riRfl IT COI'HT' till un'onn 4th., 1P 45.
I CDIFLVIIIDti I l\, ('IIA.INeinon (OFFICIAL I':.\I.) A. J. Thomas.
and Mrs. T. W. Markey ar.d (''' RY. I As Clerk of said Court.T. 1
AuthorizedBy Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Lewis. I, :: J. Fletrlior, a nimur' Py hi. Frank I.n ml rum, Starke Florida II I,
next friend Ada FIMvhvi. Plaintiff Atty. for Plf. 4-0 4t 4-27 r
Misses Lone and Hazel Stokeswere VII Ethel Hurst 1"1..11.. ,. Uvfen-
The War Department In Ocala dnnt. Can.. No. 3899. NOTICE OF APPI.ir\TIO\' Foe
Sunday.
\ I 9 to 9 Daily
TIIKKIt:
DER OF Pirm.li'VTIONAN1 < ,
Restaurant t HourS
Mrs Sanford Hicks and Mra. APPKAU8TATR ( :
I I'toTl;! : Except Tuesday
: IS HKIIKHY lIVEN
Henry Pate were shopping In OF D tn: Ethel .
Operated Hurst Fletcher whose residence. In That W. If. Edwards. Jr., holderof b
Starke Tuesday. I Haute. 1, 1If..1Jl"orlfl..., Tax Certificate No. A25 Issuedthe
Ex-Soldier Mi-, and :Mrs. T, WMarkey and i You are required to appear on 7th day of August A. D. 19.13. 1 v
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By an has filed same In my office and
,
May 7th. 1945 In the shove named
Mra. E. J. Lewis were In Gainesville has made application for a tax
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
business Friday. seeks deed to be Issued l thereon. Soldcertificate .
on I divorce. Bra Telegraph snail publish this OrderIn embrace the following The Heart of the
Friends of little Buster Brown, Delight
next four weakly (unties.Witness . described property In the Countyof 11
HEADQUARTERS son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown 1 my hand- and official Ilradford State of Florida, to-
i Jr. will to know that he Real. at Btarke. Florida this April wit:
ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES regret 4th. 1945.OFFICIAL, Lots 47, and 4ft, In Woodlawn, Sweet Young Graduate
OR is ill with pneumonia at St. Vin- ( SEAT) 11, J. Thomas. Section Id, Township 6 Mouth
and JEWELRY cent's Hospital in Jacksonville. At Clerk of said. Court. Itanice 22 East, containing 20 acres
NOVELTIES T. Frank I.unJrum Stark, Florida, more or lens. I
Pvt. William (Ned) Hicks of Atty. for 1'lf. 4-6 4t 4-27 H. H. Duncan, B17 Lynch 11u lid In 1Ir. I II II
Camp Blanding spent the week Jacksonville, Fla. Atty. for Plf.
3-30 4t 4-20
end here with relatives. IN rincriT COURT lilt'PFonn
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Suslo'w'sArmy Mrs. Lugenla Odom and son rOIIlVTV, FlOIIIUAl IN' CHAN IN:\ ciiifi'iT ('OI'IIT. HHAI>FORIIC'RHY.
en CKUV. ("OI'NT"' FLORIUAI, IN ('IIAN
Roy and grandchildren Leila Mae Archie Home Plaintiff vs.. lefty I
and Tommy Everett and Mrs. Horn.., Defendant. Case No. S674. William A. Holloway Plaintiff, vs.
OHDER OF PUBLICATION Eva Mae II o I I.oway, Defendant.
Nell Blann of Tampa, have been AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Case No. 3682.OIIDKU .
StoreE. visiting relatives here this week. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Getty ': OF PITK'LICATtON
Home Tabor City, North Carolina. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
We welcome Mrs. Dewey De- You are required to appear on STATE OF FIARIDA let: Eva I
loach of Hawthorne into our April 30, ]{))4J>. In the uu) >ve named Mae Holloway whose residence In 1
Call Street Starke, Fla. community Court and cause wherein plaint .
necks divorce Bradford County
Mrs. R. E. Hazen and children Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn "
. . just like mother
---- next four weekly Uauen.Witness
Jack and Mary Frances were .
I hand and official
my 1
shopping In Gainesville Saturday. seal at Starke, Florida this March used to make"
Misses Myrtle and Mildred :2.1, 1.46.OFFICIAL. 1J
( SEAL) .\.t. Thoma., 4
[Meet ]nl; eAt Thomas of Graham were visiting As Clerk of said Court. .
Mrs. Alice Thomas and Mrs. T C. H. H. Duncan 517 Lynch Building I 1 J
afternoon.Hampton. .Itu'ksonvllle. Florida, AltyM. -for
landing' Center Bar" Kelly Sunday Plf. 3-30 4t 4-20 LAPPEPrompt

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('(II MTV' FI.OIIIU.ll IN fllAM.CKHY. .
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T.filw Morris Wiggins, Plaintiff, V... WithA
es\\\t\g Grady Wilson Wiggins, Defendant.C'HKI .
1) telt d an By Mrs 1\[, C. Sweeney OIIDEU. No. 3701.OF PiriM.ICATIO.V 7? Gift

et\101 ot beet cg1 e e . . . . STATE ANn NOT1CF3 OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Grady from theWonder

relaaarairU'\ort Mrs. Lizzie Wynn of Jacksonville Wilson Wiggins whose residence I I., Gift Shop

of : was a recent visitor here. --
bout t. &U Mrs. Susannah Dyal of Cocoa
has been a guest this week of Service Careful Drivers
\t'9e her sister, Mrs. LJnnie Sealey. OVER 6000 GIFTS TO SELECT FROMWONDER

Mr. and Mrs O. D. Gay had as

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BRADFORD COUNTY STARKE. FLORIDA _
Q'R ElOIiT TKT.BflRAPII. JltlPAY. Anm, ..
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members of the Lake dant. Ca... No., 3726. NOTICE OF "PECIALLEGINI."TH' 'NOTICK OK TIIH TAKING tIp or I Seal at the
Kingsley COunty
3HS Students Hold Rotary Names ORDER!: OK PUBLICATION I I KSTHlYICn MOHSM I Starke. Bradford COurt If
Chamber of Commerce in GIVEN that Notice Is herebylven 'hat R. Count .,
express AND NOTICE. TO APPEAR NOTICE IS HEREBY this JIIth day of y' t'
h .Memorial Service a delinquent enne aa only we Committee to Aid STATE' OF* FLORIDA to: Harvey thirty days after the first publication M. Hersey of Theressa Bradford OFFICIAL 'lEAL' April A'II"'I
j Austin Andersen whose residence I of this! notice., the City of County Florida has taken up an Clerk ) A i 'Ii.I I
For Roosevelt can, our deep and heartfelt sym USO ProgramMrs. .addrex I la unknown. ., Bradford Klorlda estrayed horse at his farm situated County,Circuit' POurt'D,. ,
pathy as a result of his panning. You are required to appear on I will causj') to be Introduced and attempt about H miles South of Theressa.Said . I Florida j::20 dl
I May 18th 1945. In the above named to have passed at 1945sesMlon home In. described as being t
Ttrlef memorial services for He will forever be missed by a Sue Bateman, director of Court and cause wherein plaintiff of the Lntflslature hot the omane light bay with black Bins : :
(grateful people. He enjoyed the the local USO Club, was guest MeekN divorce and restoration. of State of Florida a Special I Act and tall white hind feet P'IIITI! Sf&'jSPftJS'
President Roosevelt were held In maiden. name. Hradford County authorising and empowering weighing t)50) to 1000 poundH, being The
Hy the auditorium at BH.S. Friday love the friendship respect and speaker at the Rotary Club Wednesday Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn City of Sturke to retire on a pene about 544 feet In height, and about I of L !ford County W.1''"'!"I."*
admiration of every good Ameri giving a brief review of next four weekly Issues sion of one half of his present salary 7 yearn old. receive bids "rlil
W4 morning after which school was Witness. my hand and official Chief of Police A. I. Alvares, Unless the owner of this' horse County Owned Sehuol rltJntlnl or
dianticwed for the day. can.BE the purpose for which USO was I seal at Htarke. .Florida this 17th and to provide the necessary funds claims him and pays. all costs, ill 10:01): A. iii Tuesdays"hip
4 IT RESOLVED FURTHERthat organized and describing how the April. 1945.OFFICIAL. therefor by taxation or otherwia.and .: fees and expenses Incident to the 1946 Further Informnti,0! ,
A> a further mark of respect this ( SEAT) A. J. Thomas, authorizing the City Councilto taking up feeding, and advertise* obtaIned at the oflre lit:
in meeting assembled on of the best IIf
community can
all Starke bualne house closed men AH Clerk of raid Court. enact the necessary. ordinancesto In connection I Superintendent T Ihe ColI
thnir doors from 3.30: to 5 o'clock the 17th day of April 1943: this cooperate In the program now Hon. Walter C. Hardesty, Box: 429.Ixiytona make said Act effective. will be sold to the highestbidder allvbids.h right to h.reject 11"aAl,,
.
of be I Heath Florida, Atty. for CARL, JOHNS rash at the South Front Door'
expression sympathy spread that there Is only one unit in the for :
+
4 Saturday afternoon d u r I ng the' I Plf 4-20 4t 5-11 1-20 5t 5-1S. City Clerk.CIltlTIT of the County Court House at 11:00: I I I
AJtT'II'H
1 the minutes of .
a i hour of the funeral services In I upon our organization I community.Mrs. o'clock A. M. Monday June 4th., ntlrh
.
I'M! tlllfllT CO I HT. BRtDKORI IN COIHT BR IIFOIIH h7udford nCount PUbllo'
,
and a copy sent to the family I
,. WmmM He-ton.. resolution I U_. ......._. .u..1.1,,;.,....""' ._.._.g A .w_ ......._. V'__ ._..u.. .ur.;.. .".1.._.._..Bateman.T.'uu......'.... ."was..... "a'accompanied._........... "..............- <:Ol.TV, KLOIIIDtl I'M' ClllKlicabVth \. /'O1'VTY.....,,n...v. FLOIIIDAI IN (;IIAN It.Witness my hand and official 4.20 ft II.U Y. Florida "

The following was I Larry Ring man of the Woman's Service Organization Lovelace. Natlello Plaintiff I John oraSl'hwelg..r., Plaintiff --- __,_c_ - - .. ,
panned by the Klngitley Lake v*. Donato John Natlello. De vs. KHIse Frieda 'Mchweiver Denfen- _-- .
President.. -...
Chamber of Commerce: an auxiliary of the fendant. Cane No. 371 f. I dant. Case Nr 3721.

:j ) 1t4'./"uUon'In I Attest, I: USO-YMCA.. Mrs, Smith !stated AND ORDER NOTICE OF PI'HLICATION TO APPEAR ANn ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR
1''. L. Saunders Secretary. that since the YMCA has withdrawn STATI5 OF FLORIDA to: Ponato STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs. SPECIAL This
the passing of our great and from the operation here, John .Natlvllo whose residence IN49i Elise Frieda SihweiKer, K4 Cedar Month
J distinguished President Franklin )>-4-7th Avenue, Pl-ooklyn New Avenue (Suffolk County) Farming-
the USO will be reorganized along York. dale L. I., New York.
I Delano Roosevelt whose untimely Court of HonorA new lines and will be knownas You are required h..t' appear on You are required to appear on
panning occurred on April 12th May llth, 1411, In above named May 18th, I94S, In the above named
the Volunteer Service Organization Court and cause, wherein' plaintiff Court and cause, wherein plaintiff.
1945. at Warm Springs Georgia Court of Honor for the advancement She stated that it was seeks divorce and restoration ofmaiden seeks divorce. Bradford County tl
we have lost our Number OneCUIn. of Boy Scouts will be n am... Bradford County Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn ? PHOTOSfor
desired! to have .
a committee of Telegraph shall publish thin Order next. four weekly Issneti.WltnesH .
& t held Tuesday right at 8 o'clockIn three from the Rotary Club to In next four weekly Issue my hand and official

In Ma death there has been re- the Methodist recreation bulldInjf. work with three members from seal Witness at my hand and official Real I at ytarke, Florida this April
.
this
Htarkt..Florlda. IHth, 1916.OFFICIAL
', inveil from thU earth a great All jnembers of Troop 70 the former, WSO to form a lead- llth, 1945.IOFFICfAI.. -V ( SEAL) A..J. Thomas,
4 'ader. humanitarian and out and Troop 112 who are ready for eishlp for civilians SEAL) A. J. AI.rll// As Clerk of said Court.
group cooperating AR'IIrk of said CourtWalter .
lion Walter C. Hardesty Box: 429
advancement will be to
expected
landing figure. Beloved as he ('.
in the various USO activi Hardestv. Daytona Daytona Ileach, Florida. A lIy. for
was by not only the people of appear before the Court at this ties. Fla. ? Atty. 'for IMf 4-U 4t fi-4 Plf. 4-20 4t 5-11 GRAIU

I UUa aatlon but ot the world and til, me. J :
Judge K. K --- -- .
Perryman, president
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Mtpedaliy here in Florida due to
of the Rotary Club appointed DL\BOLD C. WALL
b'' b hu many visits to our great S 1-c Herbert Cloveraettle of Fred Guy, J. C. Hoover and JOS. K. WILSON I
Btalm.BB,. t9 3 _
New York and wife and daughter E. L. Matthews to verve on this 8x10

IT RESOLVED that we, Delores. of Jacksonville were committee. EVERY BRANCH OF f I

.. 4 humble citizens! of Klngaley Lake, I visiting here Sunday. I Clifton Brown was appointed for

chairman from the club INS I U
---------- to assistin RAN C E

.fI t '; For Safety; Comfort and Economy ... the 7th War Loan Drive., $5.00This

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llliq 1i I I .IP- rq '{ri Methodist Church All.
FOfC OOUIiTKOUH) I .,. :::::: . H. C. WALL
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q OOfUtECTINFOKMATION s g "Seeing Things" will be the subject I AGENCY Is One Memory You Will Want To
t ;+ 'BPleue U of the morning service at the Keep
I Oh I For All Time. Let Us
lilt Methodist Church next Sunday Help You Preserve Thii

;' ''s 1 t>bon 117 r morning There will be no evening Constant Service .Over 50 Years Fleeting Moment A Beautiful Photograph.
4
,
', service as all congregations er

will worship at the Baccalaureate
FLORIDA
MOTOR LINES DUSSES service in the school auditorium.Miss .

UNION BUS STATION Freddie Wimberly will /sing! Please Phone UBCLASSIFIED BRADFORD PHOTO SHOPNext

"The Lord's
Prayer" at the morning -
Trwlple Ave, LACY CONWAY Agent 8tarkn, Fla. service.Yr .
;
-r.--a-....._ rr, r Door To Western ,Union
r#
r r r# *<'. i Fellowship 7:30: p. m.Sunlay. '.---'-- -...... - -,
Bible Story hour 3 p. m ADS I

MANAGEMENT Tuesday.! Prayer Meeting 8 p. m. I/I r '
Wednesday.
e FOR SALE-Concrete block apartment FOR MALI?-6 acres ,
expert in all the numerous affairs of A Father house 3 good land
and Son banquet will apartments. Income 710 feet frontage on :State' highway

t serving performed with be $205 per month. Cheap for 1H miles from
tact courtesy given for Troop 112 next rash. Phone. 94. tf Starke'' 6H miles town of
from
and economy 's giving us many new Thursday evening at 7:30: p. m, Blandlns Has pine treed Camp, 10 e;
WANTED
friendi. in the -Ward Attendants, male yearn old What
Offers
.i recreation building. Every and female. High : ? Write
School
graduates Mrs
McMurry PO. Sfarke, Fla.. ,
Scout of this preferred .
U Apply Florida
Troop
urged to Oood location for cabins 5-13
( lIp
Farm '.
be present in full Colony I U. Box 50$,
; uniform.
: (lalnesvllle. Fla. 4-13 2t FOR l 'Y'
SALK' Irapnesteil white leg >I" flrYa
FOI'ND-Have Jersey male hog at horn pullets 7 monthH old. Laying

I DEWITT C. JONES- -- Legion ElectionThe m tnArl.my__ _..place..._' .m....,._. weight_..."....... .....".160___"pounds"'._..._._._, 400 70 ell"h.%. when These on.-chicken-- .tAw- .* cost nl"- -
a ;' may have. by paying I costs Bar Have 1,000 for mile. Rains Poui
AMBULANCE: SERVICE: annual election of officers tey Hamilton, Box 55, Lawtey, on try Farm Old Thomas Place. ,
''I' for the American Legion Post HAL railway. 1H! ml. South of 6-13 4tp hvjn%

Funeral Director will be held In the hut Tuesday Lawtey. tip HELP WANTED-Plumber to connect i

+ STARKE PHONE[ 7 night, April 24, at 8 o'clock. All WANTED' -Ulll take care of chil up septic tank. Mrs. L. M.
dren days Clark Brookslde farm 2 miles
members or evenings Zena I
are urged to attend. out on Standing Rd.
Woodworth tlen Del., Starke. 5-13 2tp

Y 4t Our local funeral home ltp STRAYED n
enables us to CAR OF THANKS OR STOLEN-From my
WANTED. -House work farm 18 months
offer conveniences or practical old Herford
and. services not We wish to thank ,our many nurslnir Write Theima Brown. heifer. yearling marked crop
otherwise available.ATTENTION. friends for the kind expressionsof Uen. Del? Starke. 4-20 2tp underblt hole split and swallow
p fork In other ear Not branded.
sympathy' extended to us in FOR :8AL.IC' Hoiift-h lumber of all If found notify R E.' Hornsby,
our recent bereavement and also dlmensloriH. L. A. Brown Jr. Starke and receive reward,
.
Bronker, Flu 4tp You Safeguard Roth Your
for the. beautiful flowers 5-13 2tp Appearance and

The Lewis family. FOR MALE-One Pontlac 8 motor FOR KENT-Lock garage near Your Clot lies When You Send Them to Us
and' traiifinilMBlon.. In good condition 1 business section. Airs. J. M. For
Cleaning. Our
P : See L J. Green at Ureen s Mitchell, W. Madison St. '.It Method Restores Color -
Mrs. D. E. Knlglit spent several Store It anti LIfe to Fabrics Lengthens the
FOR
SALE
days In Gainesville with her son, large or mall- Broilers quantities fryers. Ask In Life of Tbe Garment.

Hollis V. Knight who recently 30 ROOMS at Baker's place, Klnarslev Lake
SMALL RETAIL 6-13
3tp
t'4f MERCHANT accepted an appoIntment I as

Assistant United States District ALL FURNISHED FOR. SALE!: ---Broilers fryer In
gal large or small quantities.. Ask
Attorney at Baker's. Place, Klngrsley! Lake.
.
Do You Know If Your Business Shows BOOK A ROOM: AHEAD .-6 alp ROBT. 111 315
A )
oriK
,. OP APPLICATION' VOlt FOR YOUR WIFE SPENCER SUPPORTS Individually _.e
T.\X IIKK.II: : GREEN
designed. Mrs. Bertha ,
.u -PrnlJI- -. .. .R..DWOJl....... .11'10..1'.. ., ..,_trnnte. _Hill No. KI.1)nuriuia OR PARENTS Wut Mn<1l: nn Hf--. Pearce t.vJ-At.-H.305,. -'lletU. ... Temple
"
'Ul&
II JS
'"
All IIKKKBY UIVBN: '''. -
eA2I That Gas Heat In Each Owner '
RoomLARRY'S
of v. H. Edward, Jr., holder MATTRESSES of all kinds renovated i pA" An.uUwfi .
Tax
: Certificate
No. 826 limned : furniture upholstered and
the 7th flay of L
August
A. D. 193,1. reflnlshed. Drop us n card.
This advertisement is ban filed name In my office HASTINC13
directed to the has made and PLACE MATTRESS CO., E'ox
local application for a tax. 230, Palatka, Fla. tf
retailers
who possibly may not em deed to be Issued thereon. Said. KINGSLEY
t ploy a full time bookkeeper and who have described certificate embraces the following LAKE I WANTED--Lady to worki---'f;; ; -
M' of property In the County 1000 Feet From B Gate flc... Must be able to type. No
never become lira J
5 acquainted with RETAIL wit ford. State of Florida to- trainee's wife need apply. Call

1 ACCOUNTABILITY, Departmentalized Lots 47. and 43, In Wood lawn. phone 12' It
:Merchandising Selling Price Roctlon 10. Township 6 r.
Accounting. 'South
This system will absolutely prove more Mange or 22 lens.East cuntalnlnff 20 acre. EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING E N IN NEED OF

whether you are making a profit or show erty The under assessment. the said of the Maid prop # .. -

______ ing a I loss each month. sued wan In the name. certificate of Unknown.le. '
adii Unless Bald certificate ahull be i

1 4 4rfa property redeemed ascribed according' therein to law will the be SEVEN DAY SERVICE *

t IF INTF.ItEoJTE1)IItITE! Hold to the highest bidder at the
courthouse door on the flrnt Mon.

x JPJ day which In I I.*the the month 7th day of of May May. 1943.1945, ALL WORK GUARANTEED r
CAMPBELL'S Paled
ACCOUNTING SERVICE 1949. this 23th! day of March
,
A. J. THOMAS.
veer Clerk of Circuit Court of DRUCKER'S
County, Florida. Bradford] JEWELERS

a, BOX, 6X9: STAKKK. FLA. (OFFICIAL SEAL) 3.30 4t 4-20
101
t CALL STREET
1'\1' ('HUTIT (.'or'UT.
nntiiFonn
- (.'01. NT"'. .'1.01110,', lCHAN' .
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f t r: 1- -u ChrlNtlna r .
It 0 b ert" Plaintiff,
vs.
Warren
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I f. No. 3727.OltOER. Roberts,0efendant, Cane

t. 1.' 'l ANn OF PlfllLICATION BRADFORDENGINEERING
It ';'f'fI 1 STATE NOTICE TO APPEAR

\ t t': INSURANCE ItubertH 120th Avenue, whoselsi ldenc.to In: ,Warrrn 179.07 or VISIT OUR -
St. STORE
\I" Albans Long
I lund New J.- ,
J !t York. r .,
tq : You are required to .. -
appear on
:1f"\ r, I Court May 21 and, 1945, In the above named CO. We Have A Well-Selected
\ .: 1 Seeks. cause, wherein plaintiff Stock of Gifts For
: 4 --D divorce. Bradford County The Baby, Wearing Apparel Items the
; Telegraph shall for
publish
) } : i & ear P. In next four thin Order Crib For The
'ih.: C7Tnu'tlcan-1: u .tia E u Wltn.. weekly Issues. J. Nursery or For The Health
'''' MAURICE of the Baby.
I t ; eal at Starke FlhandordanthistApril EDWARDS Mgr. See Our Large Selection In
I '
J
__ .1. f U. 1145. Our Baby Department.

',I.. l1 eoanarztj An Floor Hon.OFFICIAL Clerk Clark William of SEAL said D.Court.) Morgan A. j. Thomas Fifth PHONE 94 j JUST RECEIVED -BIRDSEYE DIAPERS |


\ ., FlrtrM._... *.*.isulldingyJack.onvalle. _- .. -- -. .
1g.ti un? -'V' > n."u It 0J1iv ,

"CHI rmrriT;' COUNT minroitn We Can Please You
(41' \TV.. KI.OHIUtl, IM' fllNCKIIV. When Your Needs

''' PREFERRED. RISKS ONLY, Thurman Plaintiff V.Franklin. Agnes Itradshaw, We Can Furnish You With All Sizes Call For Fine Stationery. We Have

y AND AT A SAVING TO shaw Defendant.. Case.Bass No. 371 Rrad-. Concrete Building Blocks Gravel Sand Many Styles and Colors To Select
i
i YOU IF YOUR RISK MEETS ANI DENOTIi' :PUHL.ICATION Tl> Mortar Mix From.
APPKAR and Cement Also
OUR REQUIREMENTS Pass STATE OF FLORIDA to: Airne Plenty of Air Mail and

:Jt Uroves t J. L., North Bass haw, ,Carolina.Kt.whose NO.1.residence Newton Is ALSO V-Mail Paper.


Court May You 21 and.are 194S.cause required In, the to above appear named on READY MIXED CONCRETE t sr* m rfj r* M.IINSECTICIDES-*- f

wherein .

In Telegraph next. four oshall publish this plaintiff Order DELIVERED TO YOUR JOB & SPRAY GUNS


; W. T. CLUTE IHth.seal. Witness at Strke... my weekly.hand Florida Issues.and thkr o'Mdaf' ._ ARE NOW IN SEASONWe
REALTOR 194* ,? '-" "WE Have
(OFFICIAL.. a CAN INSTALL ALL TYPES Plenty of Spray Guns at Present

As Clerk I fS.tP"o.t.J'1. .,B)'_. w''" HARD ...,
T Frank TILE AND ASPHALT .. -
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TILE. -
: ti .119 EAST CALL Atty, for Plf.Ijindrunl. Htarke. Florida. "
STREET STARKE 4-19 4t S-ll Let Us Give You An Estimate

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( '':IIV. PLouio'i IN' 11.11.' KOCH DRUG STORE!
f Melon F. Andersen. I '

Harvey Austin Andermn Plaintiff, Uafen-va. J j'! or '_ Let,_Us Build Your Post War. Home

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