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 27, 1945
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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An occasional Egg For Resourceful GIs .". BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH {


Anderson Describes Latest Moluccas Hobby



I'fulllocas Islancl.. N.E.I. once even on top of a tent," Sam Official County Publication Established In 1877 '

GU In this nelghtI I Informs me, "and every time we ;

al hive adopted the sens- heard a cackle we would have to I :VOLUME SIXTY-SI)VEN STARHE FLORIDA ERID.Yi.. AI'RIL :n. 19411 NUMm"R I
TWENTY
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hunt down the _
time vocation of chick- egg-life was just
re seems to be a bowl of E a s t era,"

se lie Ing.' same here poultry look aU over just the Uke world.our supper though,of Sum rooster and noodle Company soup Finally had and a, Tent Shows Must Pay $100 Per Day; Reaches Red Cross$17,212.69 Total City Gets PermitTo 'Work Started ;

I baked hen, which quite liquidated

rS rei ackle; County,the the ------ his T-Sgt.hen house.Ulysses Webb (he Restricted From Residential ZoneAroused Red N. Cross Sternbera War, chairman Fund Drive of the 1 In Purchase On Canning Plant ,: 'i I


crow, andes originated In W. Va.. but the Bradford County announced yes- a .

even nine Army years Is )his In home the these pant to action by the recent one-night stand of one of the brought terday that the total late to reports 17212.09 have, $55,000 UnitThe At

ens. lay control unit nearby has malaria had- week worst gyp shows In the history of Starke, the City Council last far in excess of the county's $14- High Schools j
voted to
boost license 'fees of such outfits from
greater success than all other $25 per day 200 quota
I Col. sea enthusiasts. to $100 per day for the main show and from $7.50 day to $GO Those .
combine! One of per repotting recently are: War Production Board has construction began Monday
y" WO- his hens per day for each side show.A Mra. J M. Bl'ownlee -
P patiently persevered Rising district Just approved the application of on a canning plant, locatedon
I. from on ten eggs for 21 day. and further handicap was placed on such nuisances by restricting $9: Miss Della Rosenberg the City of Starke for purchaseof school property and to be built

.\Ia., hayand hatched nine of thc'>m. All nine them out of the residential area The Council made no secret of $24.17: employee of Frank's Fine a new 890 Horsepower unit for and operated under the vocational

01hens are living (and they are big the fact_ that It was, hoped the Food. $10.50; Dedan Church. $12- the municipal light and water agricultural program of the State ,

chicks now, out scratchlux for steep license fees would cause the 50 Dedan Sunday School, $1250: plant. Department of Education.
such to In
his! Infan1 .tliermelves.! ) While talking to worst offenders to give Starke I official things come town one L. H. Hill, Lawtey $34; Fred The new unit will be purchased Estimated cost of the building. J
that .
.. lion pointed out It would
a T. the by. I Guy. Starke business section, $25 i I
me Sgt. Webb looked at the go be practically Impossible from Fairbanks-Mortie at a cOlt $3,000 will be shared by the i
quite to weed
lIartra.. He where was he hadthent. nlne-tette with speculative eyes. One member of tfce Council who out the from the Mr. Sternberg wishes again to of around, $3 .000 and will be Board of County Commissioners, "
asked gyps reputable
uhon I I shudder at the fate awaiting was among the unfortunates at- shows without first express his appreciation to all larger than either of the two units the Board of Public Instruction .
"I had the yard seeing the ;
the grateful hens the chlcklett when frying size tending the so-called circus, described performance. This official mated, who have helped to make this now in operation at the plant and the City Council each group
and U attained. it as the worst he'd Eradford County's most successful here. minor -
ever Only changes in the pledging $1,000 for the
there to live," he ex- however, that In his opinion the purpose. ,
MIA iSgt. Lester Toepper Red Cross Drive. plant structure will be AU 'f
lie realizes (St. Paul seen.Restricting State should have some way of necessary necessary equipment will be i
d rh-srly. Minn.) a member the shows from the to accommodate added .
of our attached the the equipment supplied by the state department,
banning offenders. "
two for worst
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a Iay
four eggs radio station unit, ran hla chick. residential district leaves only two i It was said. which will also provide a supervisor -
two for the executive ens down on foot when a wild spots where It will be practicalfor And thus, occe aga>]ln Is provedthe I Council Seeks Although the deal for the new for the duration of the war, n I 4

r. "What are you goingaith Hock was passing the transmitter them to show: the old ball old adage that the good must I unit has already been closed, de- after which time operation of the "

the hens If we ever one day. 'park and the fair grounds just suffer with the bad. ;Because one livery is not expected for four or plant will revert to the com lit,

here, Colonel T" I asked to Pfc Jim Baxter, over In the south of "Peggy" track on Road flagrant troop of gyp 'artists came Special Law six months yet munlty.
[expecting;, of course
memorable "last signal company's radio repair 13. to town now all shows must pay Since the rapid. growth of the The plant will be run on a .
plan!" of a shop, bartered his hens from natives Aware that quite a few irked high licenses and be inconvenIenced city following the establishment. non-profit basis, with the farmer I I

t. to crate 'em ,and giving the dusky citizens citizens had hastily remarkedthat by playing on the outskirts To Extend LimitsThe of Camp Blanding,. Starke has paying nothing but the cost of

going with he said "My K-rations (mean trick) and old "The City shouldn't allow of town. been forced to buy power from the cans. The plant will become !
me
em with OI clothes for them. Says he: outside sources to meet the de- a valuable addition to the vocational !
vill make the assault
Upon observing a "My hens lay an egg a day.". I Christian Church At City Council will ask the mand here. It Is believed that agriculture'program at the

D-Day.f chickens rushing up the think he means ALL, his hens lay Long BridgeTo State Legislature to pass a local the addition of the new unit will school and also to the county at

> will no doubt be- lONE egg a day 1. e., he gets one bill authorizing and empowering enable the municipal plant to sup- large
the Jape
secret I egg a day. But what can you Be Dedicated Sunday Afternoon the city to extend Its limits to ply the needs of the community
at our great weapon
expect?,He feeds the poor thingson Include certain areas north east

rived in the Division's mech- captured Jap rice. ""'e, the people of this church and this congregation, now consecrate and west of the present limits. Pvt. Roy Kite Mrs. Peele Begins

On a brief sad excursion: Into << ourselves, and thin house unto the service of the Father and North of town it Is proposed to
cavalry troop our eyes
rs-Sgt, Sum Randazzo, of motherhood, one of Jim' hens of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen." extend the limits from Hartman'son Killed In ActionPvt.
hatched S . Road 13 to Lindsey Prison Term
four biddies beyond
ra, N Y. HAD a few that lived Roy Kite 25, son of the
to not four days. Baxter] revealedhe With this solemn pledge will the afternoon Orlffla' place. The new line would
!\s Strange say, a Opening session, late Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Kite
was from San Francisco In the church-going people of the run approximately east to take in
our chicken farmers are a Frank Merritt will give a reportof of Starke was killed In action In
ed country btys-all are State called California. "I'm Long Bridge section of Bradford the building committee at 1::41S, part of Knight's: negro quarters.Powell'a Germany on March 9, accordingto Mr. Edna Peele of Lawtey arrived -

ads. "I get hungry during from Florida," I confessed." County complete the dedication of tollowed by an address by Judge turpentine still and, the War Depart- at the State Prison Monday

ration days for some fresh Says he: "Where they have all the new Christian Church build- Adkins. Tire dedication sermon F. F. Flume home east of town ment notification afternoon to begin serving an 18

Sam says, and he traded that rain?" "But you have lug, high on a shady knoll over- will be preached at ,2 o'clock by would also be Included. received b y his months sentence for manslaughterIn

dues out of two hens and cloudbursts," I argued "I've looking ancient New River. It T. Boyd Clayton State Secretary- West of town, along Road 48, wife Mra Opal connection with I a shooting

ter. Liking eggs, and knowou read about your Hoods." "Liquid will be a full day-Sunday, April Director of.Christian Churches. the limits would be extended .i scrape at Lawtey on August 14,

can't have your cake sunshine, nothing but liquid 29-with a song and prayer service The actual dedication ritual will from near the L. A. Davis hometo Kite.Pvt.. Kite was 1043 In which Ancil Thompson

at It too. Sam spared hise sunshine," he blandly replied opening the program at 10a. begin at 3 p. m. Include L. Dr Vining, Adolph In died of bullet wounds.

agony of the block and with a sweep of his hand, and m. and concluding with the An evening sermon will be Gay and others. a tank division Although she was sentenced in

Ma faith In their alleged continued: "When we came to actual dedication of the buildingat City officials expect little op- 0 f General Circuit Court here on Dec. 10,
vlng ability. His faith wasd I New Guinea and It rained for 3 p. m. The musical programwill preached by Mr, CuD at 8 p. m. position to the extension since Patton'a Third I 1943, Mra. Peele began a series i

but the hens had gypsyn the first time, I ran outside the be under the direction of The new church/building is an there is how no city tax on home- Army. He entered of unsuccessful appeals to the 11"''

them-like lightning:, they tent and asked the fellow whatIt Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Crosby. attractive cement block structure, steads and the tax on vacant the service State Supreme Court and a petl- -f I f

laid twice In the same places was." The traditional! basket dinner beautified by stained glass win- property Is negligible. On the in 1042 and Lion for clemency to the Stat )1I I
received
find eggs on' our' cots, on He's never been to Florida . will be spread at noon dows and possessing an attrac- other hand there are obvious his train- Board, of Pardons which postpone :. 4
the vehicles Stafford L. Crews will make tively finished interior Work benefits to within the ed for almost a'' year and a .half
elves in : and 1'.e.: never been.to California I : being city ,ing at Fort Ben- .
*im **#tfB> *' the welcoming address 'at 10:15: was started on ,thj&sti'ucture on limits Including fire. protection .her arrival at Ralford. .? **'
a. m. and the response will be by D-Day last June and some of the and other advantages: ,Gordon.jwrs.nlng and1. Camp ""-' il"a'** %" >.,.. -..'a ',9 l I I IIf

; A. Z. Adkins who remembers members have remarked that It __ I
Judge A legal description of the area Parents Awarded !
anentStatus For Blanding andtheir It"I.. .
Camp attending, services in the old would be mighty nice if it could I proposed to be included In the i-ute\ 'I '
Smiley School House on this historic be dedicated on V-K Daya conjecture I new limits will be found In a nlne-mnnth's-old daughter, $2,500 Damages"For f

spot In the days before there that seems entirely pos- legal advertisement appearing Judy, have been living with Mrs.Kite's Child's DeathEarl
sible. It will be : par e n t s, Mr. and Mrs.
[ed In Resolution Passed By SenateA was a church building.A ". dedicated with this ISllue.Locker.
I
devotional at 10:30: a. m. will all indebtedness paid. Fluulersoa of Sanderson.Pvt. and Pauline Molt parents',
Kite ID also
be led by Mabel Sapp and the The old church building, which ;i survived by 5-year-old Sandra Lee Molt, :
resolution Contracts
the conversion of
recommending Camping two brothers
Solomon
morning sermon will be preachedby had stood more than 50 years, | and Kenny, who was killed in a fall from a I
into a establishment a sister, Mrs. Corwell
permanent military was pass- O. K. Cull. Communion and was torn down when adjudged I i Being Signed; Dorothy of taxicab here on Sept. 12, 1044,
onday afternoon the State Senate at the Jacksonville and a half brother, i
by instigationnator
roll call of churches will be at beyond r e pair. The original were awarded $2,500 damages In
Charley E. Johns of Starke. ,11:30.: ('. shingles still covered the roof. Meeting Tonight Perry Kite.Masonic I a civil suit heard at the Spring

Calling attention to the healthful climatic conditions 1----- Machinery for securing the 300 term of circuit court here this

the adaptability of Camp Blanding for use in the re- Elected contracts necessary for the construction Degree week.

itation and hospitalization of returning veterans, as Robt. Green I Glover Death of a freezer locker plant! Given MondayThe The Molts, whose home Is

as for a permanent training reservation, the resolution Legion Commander for Bradford County- was set UD Bloomington, 111., brought suit
1 I. at an enthusiastic meeting, held degree team of Gainesville against the Starke Taxi Company

ffiREAS, the Federal Gov- The Jones-Langford-Whlte Post Held AccidentalA I In the courthouse I last Friday Lodge No. 41 F, & A. M., headedby for' $25OOO, charging negligence 1
nt has held Its regular District Deputy Grand MasterT. In connection with the accident.
expended many mil- of returning veterans of the War, American Legion night. iv, I ) {
of dollars construcUng and as well a meeting Tuesday evening. Post The necessary forms were distributed J. Price were In charge of de- Sandra Lee was fatally Injured, "
as permanent Army :
'Ing work for Bradford when the rear door of the taxi
Camp Blanding near training reservation.BE Commander Floyd Green presi- verdict of accidental death by Mr. Thomas, presidentof gree Lodge
Florida, and It Is now the returned the Chamber of Commerce, to No. 35 in the lodge hall here came open and she fell to the I
was by a coroner's
largest IT FURTHER RESOLVED ded, assisted by Post Adjutant jury will Monday night. road. She and her mother were ,
Army Training the following workers who
Thursday afternoon, April 19 following -
in the United States, and that copies of this Resolutionbe V. H. Garden. The most Important an Inquest into the deathof assist In getting the contracts Six: candidates were given theM here to visit Pvt., .:Molt who was '

EREAS, upon'cellsatlon of forwarded by the Secretaryof item of business was the Wm F. Glover 45-year-old: signed: County Agent L. T. Dyer, M. degree at this time; four stationed at Camp Blanding. {

ties this great camp and the State under the Great Seal election* of officers for the 'en- resident of Lawtey. H. B. Wiggins, W E. Sapp, Guy from the Starke lodge and two'rom The term of court was brief
vestment |of Florida to the officials hereinbefore the Gainesville lodge. After week with this civil suit the
his
represented there- The following of- to Sale, J. H. DuPre and R. F. Dem- II IIt
named.Vacation. suing year. According testimony broughtout
ould not be abandoned but orest. This project will again be the degrees were over refreshments only case coming to trial.J. .
be ficers were elected .to serve: Post at the cor o ner's Inquest of and
continued as can Army Glover discussed at the regular meetingof coffee sandwicheswere L Waters and Ray Morgan,
ishment for the hospltaliza- School Commander, Robert Green: 1st died of injuries sustained the Chamber of Commerce In served to all present. charged with highway robberyand
when he struck his
head the
>nd rehabilitation of return Vice Post Commander. V S. St. on the courthouse tonight and additional aggravated assault, pleaded p

eterans and also for pert Opens Monday john; 2nd Vice Post Commander, some pavement well-oiled during friends.a tussle with volunteer workers will be New Fruit StandJ. guilty\ to the latter and the robbery J'! .

military training purposes, At Baptist ChurchThis K. G. Duncan; Sgt.-at-arms, Lon- Glover died In the State Farm enlisted to help get the contracts charge was not pressed.
zo Crawford: Historian W. B. signed. L. Silcox has, recently com They have not yet been sentenced.
Hospital Sunday, April 15.: t .
EREAS. Camp Blanding afternoon (Friday: ) at 2 Sewell; Finance Officer, A. J. 1. M. White of the State Mar. plated construction of a small In the case of Homer Lee ,

rs on one of the largest and o'clock all children 'who wish to Thomas and E. K.. Perryman, keting Board attended the meet- building at the corner of Water Geiger and Herman Conner, .

beautiful lakes In the State attend Vacation Bible' School are Post Chaplain Capacity Audience Ing here last Friday and discussed and Tenth Street and will opento charged with breaking and enterIng ,

'-Lake Kingsley a lake Plans were discussed for the Hears Baccalaureate some of the many ad- the public today with a nice Geiger pleaded guilty and was t tplaced t r"S"
' requested to meet atF the First line of for five years.Conner I
fruits and probation
led with sparkling sand dedication of the Honor Board of vantages of a freezer locker and vegetables. The on t
whose ''crystal clear Baptist Church for registrationand Bradford County's boys and girlsIn Sunday Night processing plant to the farmers stand will be known as Jim's was noOn the custody of J.

i afford excellent bathing. assignment.The service, and resolutions were Families and friends of the 55members of this area. An attempt Is be- Place the court t I:

g and fishing which would session will begin Mondayat passed to that effect. The definite of the BHS ing made to have Phillip S. Cole '

fed the returning wounded and 9 o'clock and' will continue date for the dedication was filled the school auditoriumto graduatingclass vice president of the Bush Insula J
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veterans the benefit of not decided, as the board Is not tion Co.. proposed builders of the NEXT WEEK IN STARKE"l''
next two when
h each school day for the I capacity Sunday night at the
stimulating I finished. plant at Starke, present
recreation In
completely
Ite weeks. Classes to all the Rev. Lewis D. Haines, pastorof '
whose are
open meeting tonight to discuss the Sunday; April 29
year-round
: Present for the meeting were the First Baptist' Church, delivered -
he Umauc conditions favor-I children from 4 to '16 years of Bill Parker, V. S. St. John, E. K. the Baccalaureate Sermonon project with interested parties.of Memorial Day observance, Crosby Lake Cemetery, 4
conversion of this but due to crowded conditions Ii Steve In a letter to the farmers
a age, Perryman, W. B. Sewell. the subject of "Planning a p. m. ;
week County
Permanent the county this t
L. D.
he It might be necessary to Weldon J. W. Griffis Vining, Life".
"This i
* rehabilitation and hosatlon limit attendance. A. J. Thomas, Floyd Green V. H. The auditorium was tastefully Agent L T. Dyer stated will : Monday, April 30
believe a
of plant we prove f
veterans, wounded aad and dls- All children from Starke as Garden, C. H. Harper of Kingsley decorated with flowers carryingout great asset to our communityand Boy Scout meetings: Troop 70, Episcopal rectory, 7:30:

well as Kingsley Lake are. invitedto Lake. Robert Green, George Long, the class colors of red, white the surrounding area in the p. m. Troop 112, Methodist recreation room, 7:30: I
after of
S8' O. Duncan, Clyde Dempsey
the K.
conver- attend. and of
blue against a background of food.
Is accompUahed the Kingsley Lake, Mr. Monk of Hellronn storage and preservation p. ra. ;
.shment should There will be Bible study char- Lonzo Crawford. palms. We have needed such a plant a .
Blanding In be renamed ,i acter stories, missionary emphasis, > and I Taking his theme from the life long time and we must not fall Tuesday May 1 k;

manent status keeping, with : games and refreshment daily. ',of Sampson, who lived only to fulfil this time." Community Bible Hour, Methodist Church, 3 p. m. .t I
.V sessions last from'9 a. m. till his selfish desires, Mr. He urged all Interested far- ;'
THERE FOR The own City Council regular meeting, City Hall!], 8 p. m. f, ; '
VED E, BE IT 12 noon.RATION. Haines brought out that the mers to attend the meeting in I

rate of that the the members of OFCJ .t graduates had reached the turn- the courthouse Friday l night, Wednesday, May 2 ,,' '.
State of Flor- NOTICE #:1l where they must decide 27 at 8 o'clock
BOARD April ,
Io Ing point
respectfully rbyffE + Rotary Club luncheon, Methodist recreation room, 12:15.: !k I
memorialize live their lives onlyto '
whether to
"titlon Honorable rations 11 RCF; Girl Scouts, Episcopal Rectory 3 p. m. r'
< Harry s- Under a new ruling, all gas ( QVIGII their own selfish aims,
'.n, President of the United will be mailed from Jacksonville hl 1. ". l"rllil. r or gratify to live so as to follow the Gassett ReopensPate U. D. C regular meeting, O. L. Haynes residence, 4 .I' ,

Chief General George C. Mar- effective May 1. No gas 8 1 .. /7) teachings of Christ. Gassett opened a com- p. m. y!, ?

of staff of the United} coupons will be Issued at the local Mr. Haines was assisted in the bined hardware and furniture G. A. Coronation Ceremony, Baptist Church, 8 p. m. ,. a p

" and Army, Senators Claude rationing board office in Starke service by the pastors of other store on Court Street last week. Junior Woman's Club supper, H. C. Ritch residence, 8 ;:'i ; i

* Charles O. Andrews. after that date. All renewal applications . local churches. Three excellent He Is not new to the business p. m. ;'. ,;

to Presentatlve I Emory 8.Permanent. must be filed at the numbers by the High School Glee picture In Starke, having operateda Ij: 1

'Verted cause Camp Blanding to local board at least two weeks Club added much to the enjoy- : similar store here In the pre- Thursday, May 3 ., r t'

.Y 'ablUhment Into a before expiration date. Check and be I ment of the program. Blaodlfle: days. For the past four Red Cross production Rooms open at Legion Home, !fed. ,
'fParUnent of the your gas coupons today Graduation exercises were held or fiveP years Mr. Gassett had 2p.m.to5p.m. 1
of the United sure you get your application In at 8 o'clock anda conducted Venetian blind and I
to Thursday night a
be here-a"er I I.O.O.F. regular meeting Masonic Hall, 8 p. m.'en I'I4
Uaridta known as on time. full account will be carried in premium exchange business at his

Itatl\* and devoted to the P. L. Bridges, Chairman. I the next Issue of the Telegraph. home west of town. I i { I Il
and hospitalization I W. L. Blair, Chief Clerk. ,



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;i .1 q\OF TWO' BRADFORD COUNTY'' TELEGRAPII. STAKKJ!: FLORIDA FRIDAY APItii %7. ltd

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obtained. at the office of the CountySuperlntendent. iv cmri'iTCOURT! BRADFORD Court and cause '\IVh..r"ln ...;
The Board 1'a..rv..a .- COUNTY, fLOKIDAI I.V CHANCKMV. seek divorce. Bradfor D41tlt I
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I : the right to reject any and ] Telegraph shall publish thf.'i"' !

SERVICE IPAI3AOE all bid. ARTHUR R.MCRAE. John v*, Elite George Frieda r l Schwelfrer Sotiwelger Plaintiff Uenfen-, In Witness next tour my weekly hand issu5.. r4;

I Superintendent PuMlo Instruction dant. Can Wo. STS1. seal at Starke. ,Florida, and ,1
EIItabUabecl> 1877 Ihli:
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ttif Bradford County Florida., ORDER OF FCBLJCATION 4th.. 19411. A Its
C. L. Mi tthew _____:_ Editor and Owner 4-20 4t S-tl AND NOTICE TO APPEAR (OFFICIAL SEAL) A
v FREDERICK WATTEBSON JAMES T. WAINWRIGUT -- STATE OK! FLORIDA to: Mr*. Aa Clerk of sald.CouVt, J 'rh o
IN NORTH ATLANTIC AT CAMP FANNIN NOTICE! OF SPECIAL Elise Frieda ,'Schw lir"r. B4 Cedar T. Frank Iandrunt. Stark eT
PllhIJAbI'Cl Weekly on' Friday and Entered M Second Claw. Matter LKUI4I.ATIO Avenue (Suffolk C'ountyS Farmin- Atty for Pit .. P'lor''..
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Florida. Coast Guardsman Frederick L. Pvt. James T. WainwrIght, NOTICE IS:: HEREBY GIVEN that dale, U. I., New York. It lt: :
at the font Office at Starke. Watterson son of Mr. and Mrs. son of Mr and Mrs. T. L. WainwrIght thirty days. after the first publication You are required to appear. on

M. L. Watterson of Lawtey, has been madean Starke of, Bradford this notice County the City Florida of Court May 18th.and 194J oaoee In, wherein the above plaintiff named i

--._. of Hampton is Acting Squad Leader at the will cause to be Introduced and attempt seeks divorce. Bradford County ii
Mail" to have passed at the 194S shall publish this OrderIn
The aboard Training Telegraph
seivlhg
"Shoot 'em a Infantry Replacement session of the Legislature of the next four weekly Jmcuen. i
i i Coast Guard Center, Camp Fannln Texas. State of Florida a Special Act Witness my hand and official
( 51' combat cutter OQ A member of Co. D. 7th Bn.. authorizing- and empowering; the seal at starke Florida, this April
Major Hale City of Starke to retire on a pension 18th 19.6.
Says tho Greenland 14th Tng. Regt. Wa I n wright's of one half of his present sal (OJo'FICIAL SIBAIO! A. J. Thomas
patrol. Operat leadership ab III 1 I t won quick ary. Chief of Police A. L. Alvarez As Clerk of said Court. I
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and to provide the funds
necessary Box 4Z9
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Walter C. HardeBty
w' been them Hon.
1: I IfB'H want. I ,.. ing as a unit of recognition In his basic training therefor by taxation or otherwise; Daytona Beach, Florida Atty. 8for
Hi known whatstil i the Atlantic cycle and he now leads the 12! and authorial the City Council Pit. 4-20 4t
.. ,. more mall! I to enact the necessary, ordinances L--
R'. mall--. Fleet, this vessel l 'men In his squad during field to make said Act effective.CAUL IV CIBCfIT COfllT. BRADFORD
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helps to keep sea maneuvers. JOHN! "'oI"v't'Y, FtOMlnAl I:* CHA.VHeVry : -
'i Major Edward 4-20 St 5-18 City Clerk -.
f Thus spoke :. lanes safe for ,.
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Service Adolf Melneoke VII.
Special
Everett. Hale. r. .. vital shipping.Watterson :. ALBERT D\VISSEIt'ISG ; Melnecke, De.
Camp Blan- : OTK'K OP TIIK T\KnO VP OF I.ollta Felicia I
. fleer. Headquarters -"" Is a OVERSEAS: \V E,9TRt1ID IIOHMHNotice fendant. Case! No. 3693-

dine. In a heart-to-heart talk to Quartermaster Third Class. Walter Albert Davis son of In hereby given that R. M. I. ORDER OF PtllTLICATION' EXPERTWORKMANSHIP
members of |the Starke Rotary Her".>y of Theremia, Hradford Coun- AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Davis of Graham ty. Florida has taken up an estray-. 'I STATE] OFf FLORIDA to Mre.Io .
Club CECIL THOMASIN entered service In November ..d horse at his farm situated about lit a Felicia\, Fits Melnecke. 15 f
s Friendly, Informal and entirely SS mile South of Theresna. I Kyffhauner Strahae. Bonderhaunen,
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Major Hale I has t'OLOKAW) 1944 trained In Camp Robinson, Said home Is described as being I Germany. *

down-to-earth to the State from l((11 .. Pvt. Cecil C. Thomas, son of Ark., and went of a light bay color with black' You are required to appear on
just returned March mane and tail white hind feet, tray4, lUG In the above named
r overseas ,
: two yeare In Australia and Mrs. Mallory Thomas of Starke weighing 950 to 1000 pound, being Court and celuee, wherein plaintiff
vS .arly a'
well qualified 4 ; 1945. He was- about 6V4 feet .in height, and about weeks dirqroe.: Bradford County ALL '
Is 'YORKGUARANTEED
tr w Guinea. He what I 1.ipNeaa has been moved from Barksdale high school stu- 7 years old. ', Telegraph hall publish this Order
i i, t> tell tha folks back home Field La. to Buckley Field, Colo. | dent in Bradford Unless the owner of this hor..e' In next four weekly Issue
want more claims him and pays all costs, I I *
'+ r men overseas Witness my hand and official
heir else In the world. He entered the service In April 9t av : High when he and expenses Incident to the f..e"'j I I I neal at Starker Florida this April
than anything up. feeding and advertisement In'
entered service. ,,4, 1945. ;
ff* nay If* MAIL. 1944 and took his basic trainingat t | connection: :" tr.lddhef': ;; I be (OFFICIAL 8EXt A. J, Thomas
-
sold to the highest | \
'Tis A Sad Sad Sack Is COHIat
''t He went r His address
know. of YOir CAN KNXni'ST
He ought to Camp Wolters, Texas. He the 'South Front I Door of the AH Clerk Maid Court. YoW
time without a Pvt Walter A. County Court House at 11:00 o'clock Hon. Walter C. Hardest, Box 419
; four months one Who Do.en't Get writes that he likes his new camp : FINEST-'WATCII TO Oi.
Fla
i A. M. Monday, June 4th., 1945. Daytona Reach Atty. for Pit.
i letter from ,,'hU wife! Not because very well.MUTTON. Davis Inf. Co. Witness my hand and official 4-6 4t 4-27 ,CARE

She hadn't written, of course, but Hit Fair Share I M, 2nd PI)t., APO Seal' at the County Court House In I.V miri'ir Cni'RT, BRADFORD

Of because his Job as apodal service Of Letters From Home j LEE: CLARK 15876 c'o' P. M. this Starke 16th Bradford day of April(County A. n.Florida 194S. Col'VTY. FLORIDA IN CHAM.tKitr. : -

fflcer kept him on the Jump so AT MIAMI liEACH N.. Y.. N. Y. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1. Thomas
Ralph C. Guthrie, Plaintiff
vs.
Clerk Circuit
were Court Bradford
that South Pacific mall men Staff Sgt. Hutton Lee Clark i His brother, County Florida. 4-20 4t 6-11 Virginia Outhrle, Defendant. Cane
bar pushed to keep up with him. USE VMAILVMall No. JI695. TheSTAG
received son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ernest Davis, F 1-c stationed at ORDER OF PUBLICATION I
Ft ,j& Then one happy day he ALWAYS goes by Clark Rt. 2, Starke la being processed the Naval Mine Warfare Testing iv cmcriT roi-nr. nn.nFonij AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
T$ letter from home all In one air. Regular air mall b the Ground COt MTV. Fi.oitiuAi ix: (m\- STATE OF FLORIDA to: Virginia
' the sixteen uppoHed through' Army Station in Solomon, Md., has returned CKIIV. Guthrie whose residence Is Kingwood '
4 ', taiga bundle. But to, of (course but nom"- & Service Forces Redistribution to his base after spending Helen F. Andersen, Plaintiff vs. West Virginia. Carter BIdg., Starke
; weeks "without" were pretty Harvey Austin Andersen, Defen- You are required 'to
limes, through a combination Station at Miami appear on
h stuff the Major; admits. 14-day leave with his parents.He dant. Case No. 3728. May 7th., 1945 In the above named
tough
1, of circumstances, dom not. Beach, where his has been I IrT servlce since August ORDER OF PUBLICATION -.
? That IK one reason the Army ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR '- -
next assignment 1943 and took his boot
Write 'era STATE OF FLORIDA to: Harvey .
rte Write 'tan long .
b constantly. urging the pub- q will be determined. training in Bainbridge Md. His Austin Andersen whose, residence -" --
't' kott. But WHITE! Major Hale 4 ; address III unknown. 0
lice to line V-Mall more and ax address is N. E. Davis, F 1-c You are
8dYbIM. required to appear on
., aIrmail less.Somehow \ Sgt. Clark USS YF 574, Naval Mine Far- May 18th 1945, In the above named ,
Write even though the service the opinion has r\l fare Test' Sta. .Solomon Md. Court and cause wherein plaintiff :
.. ,
served 36 months The Gift"That
man apparently'' neglects to answer. become widespread that airmail s' 'I seeks maiden divorce name. and Bradford restoration County of Only You Can Give. .
'tr lie appreciates your letter > as a mess sergeant Telegraph shall
In quicker than V-Mall. CLARENCE SCOGG INS publish this Ordern
t the and often jj in the next four weekly Insues. YOUR '
o Just same
$ That might have been true SERIOUSLY WOUNDED Witness my'hand and official I
: ''t! there are good and sufficient at one time, but no longer. .- Southwest PacifIc Mr. and Mrs. L. B. seal at Starke, Florida, this 17th, PHOTOGRAPH
rcHom why he cannot answer theatre of Scoggins April. 1946.OFFICIAL. '
that time. according to a statement by operations. While of Rt. 2, Starke have been notified ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
right at particular It. Col. Hartley l II. Dean, As. Clerk of said Court. Studio open each day till
there he was that their son Sgt. ClarenceR. Ion. Walter C. Hardexty Box 429.
Continuing his gluvca-off chat Fourth He r v Ice Command awarded the Asiatic-Pacific campaign I Daytona Beach Florida, Atty. for 9 p. m., including Sunday e.
f postal offleer. Scoggins, was seriously wounded fit. '.20 4t 6-11 No appointment
Major Hale commended Starke ribbon and the Philippine necessary
far coping so well with the Of course, there IM a slight Liberation campaign ribbon. In Germany' April 2. .v rnicTiT roritr. BRADFORD Satisfaction Guaranteed

,' eternal small-town big-camp prob- delay while V-Mall letter* Sgt. Scoggins :.was an Infantry fKHV.'ranees COr\TY.. FI.OIUIIll l\ fll.4-

lem and had but one suggestions are being procmied. on film, JONES A St'KVIVOK machine gunner with I General Ellen Anderson Holloman

tl ill: to how we might be of further but onto that In done they OK JAP TORPEDOING I Patton's Third Army and has Jr.laintlff.? Defendant.vs. George Case No.T. Holloman 3694. HOLLYWOOD CAMERA & GIFT SHOP'

k t help to the men at Blanding. are so com pacthundredsrequiring been overseas since January. He OKDER OF PITP.'LH'ATIOS
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
lefts than one ,
It wan/ a thing so small, and yet space '- entered the service in November STATE OF FLORIDA to: -George Call Street At Railroad
t lie) UK: so Inexpensive, and yet regular air mail letter-that q 1943 and trained 'at Camp Shelby, T. Holloman, Jr., Sect. B. C. 4000
the Oovernment can guarantee Yy A. A. FB. U. Wright Field Dayton,
on> Invaluable, that It might easily Misu.i.v !. .
be overlooked by the rallon- air delivery.On t Ohio.You are required to appear on
book-lncome-tox-cigarette short the other hand the Increasingly niicriT rnritr. BRADFORD May 7th.. 1945. In the above named
( urgent demand for t.O'II'I''LOUIUI .\ CIIA.CKHY. \- Court and cause wherein plaintiff
age harried civilians! seeks divorce. Bradford County
.z t'Twas thin: air cargo space, coupled with Elizabeth Lovelace Na tie 110. Plaintiff Telegraph shall publish this Order
I adverse flying I condition v*. Donato John Natlello, De In next four weekly Issues. BUILDING MATERIALSROOFING
When you mwt a ,mridtar on fendant. Case No. 3714. Witness my hand and official
'h 1 tin street; If you catch his eye during winter months, makes) OROEll OF PUBLICATION seal at Starke' Florida, this April
It, I Imp 0 "Ihle to guarantee AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 4th", I fl 45.
and fie looks take he'd like topoak STATR OF FLiUDA (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J.
Thomas :
to: Donato AVAILAB4t NOW / /
,
y d give him .w wnllo andsay plane spare In every Instance John Natlello whose residence I I" As Clerk of said Court. .. ., F

""Hrllu s 0 I lei l lor." If he for the bulky r e g u Jar air York 4SOH-7th Avenue Brooklyn New Atty.T. Frank for T.nndrum Pit Starke.'-6 Florida 4t 4.27 ROOFING- CONCRETE. ''BLOCKS

tcmkn. like he'll lost doemi't mall Sometimes IM In necosHury (1 You
; are required to appear on SHEETROCK CEMENT
'i know where to turn for a bit to send, mien letter May llth 1945" In the above named .
Court nn .f r..tii|>iuil n or a friendly by ship. divorce and restoration of FLOOR ROCKWOOL .
If want to he mire Unit maltlwn n a in ... Ilradford CRUSHED STONE
word Telegraph shall GRAVEL
,
publish thin Order
bark, ak how thing are going your overseas mull In dUputchcd In next four weekly Issues, I AND FINISHINGLOCAL DOORS SAND
nod nmk him feel that itonto- by plane, I'HK V- AVItneKM my hand and official .
N sent at /Starke, Florida, thin SCREEN DOORS CELOSIDING
MAIL, Uncle Sam advise April
C !' one lit. still a little bit Interestxl 11th.. 1)43.! REFERENCES
In him a* an IndIviduaL (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Glass Cut
An Clerk of tin lit Court. to Order Lucas Paints
,', "Again I speak from experience transition from home-and-ftreside Waiter <(<'. Ilartienty; Daytona Reach, FLOORS CLEANEDAND
''It ," Major Hale said. "I know to hut-and-firlng range is sometimes Fill.. Atty. for rif. 4-13 4t 6.4 WAXED CABINET & MILLWORK'

,$'1' how It boosted by spirits In Australia pretty much of a shockto IIln TO IIK: MKCKIVKU FOIL
' when I'd pass a stranger men of that age. I' I>TIXJ OF MCIIOOI III !KJt -

? and he'd sing out, Hi-ya, Yank!" "Give out with some> of that of The Hradford Hoard County of Public Florida Instruction will C. A.Telephone POWELL ANNIS BUILDING SUPPLIESDepot

"' Many of the men, passing famous brand of hospitality the A survivor of the torpedoing : receive hl.lu for the painting of the 1143-J ,
or Write
I through Blanding'a IRTC now are South U for of his I County Owned School Buses up un-
notnd in
Major Liberty ship Leyte harbor
-
I til 10:00: A. M. Tuesday May 15. Rt. 2, Ilox 88, Gainesville
'It..4f ,'J I 18 and 19-year"lders-IItll1 Just Hale pleaded. "I'm a damn- where it underwent more i 1945. Further Information may be i I r. & Pleasant Sts., Phone 1325, Gainesville, Fla.

khys' kids-MaJor Hats stated. They're Yankee myself. but YOU fellows than 200 air raids and alerts Cur

q J" coins through some pretty rugged have a reputation to live tie Odell Jones S 1-c hag been -

t, training he said, and the up tot"i returned to the U. S. Naval Armed -

h;: :.'i'i.,;; Guard Center at New Orleans ,
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after 11 months afloat. Familiarly I- How about breather
?
For Safety, Comfort and Economy . known to his friends here as a . Have a Coca-Cola

t "Mutt", a nickname that followedhIm
roil COURTEOUS ..fi1 e111r ttr4"(:3 through his days of starringon
(;. ; )
b .. the Tornado football squad,
CXRKR(7T -
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he has been enjoying a brief furlough -
'BUS'INlrOUlU.TION
with his mother Mrs. R. ll
grkf K. Jones of Starke."I .
', J Please l'hono 117 wouldn't want another
Ik+ w:1:11 :1-:
,jr Thanksgiving like the last one" - --

,, FLORIDA MOTOR LINES BUSSES this tough young seaman grins

He wan serving as a member of __
"V UNION BUS STATION the gun crew aboard a Liberty a-I-- :
.
..e .Temple__ Ave. LACY CONWAY'\ Agent Starke; Fla. carrying soldiers and equipment T
._
e: SSSJStSSStrst or II .. to the Invasion theatre. ,' -

"About 7:15: on the night of

November 23 a Jap torpedo plane

,,4 let us have It in the starboard 1,
COMPLETE CAR SERVICE
foKK side: forward" he recalls. "Hell- J

zapoppln) would be a good name .
for what happened then. Gasoline 1 l

i-sv nf. la the truck tanks caught fire /

\ and ammunition started explod- I

ing. Flames roared upward and

1411 f. i the forward part of the ship was

completely cut off from the rest

We were towed In and beached

4 and the fire was finally put out I .

/ after a day and a half of fighting .7

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/ 1
The Japs had picked out the

..... smoking cripple as a likely tar-
.
get and raids continued without

I Washing Polishing respite.
Waxing
Since entering the service in

Y June 1943. Jones has put in 19

CERTIFIED LUBRICATION months sea duty as a member of
. or refreshment
the
Armed Guard gun crews of mer- joins

Polishing & Waxing By Appointment chantmen. He has also visited gameThere's 1

t ports of the British Isles: North one deal in the when
game
7 Africa and Sicily. everybody wins. That's when the host

,& Only says Hate' a Cote. Everybody welcomes "
the
moment when refreshment
joins

1 Standard Oil Products DAVID: GUNTEUInTUJtSEU TO STATUS: the party. Ice-cold Coca-Cola is one of the good things of life that belongs f ,

Pvt. David Gunter. son of Dave in
your family refrigerator.
i' Next
'' Pq, toi' FULL SUPPLY Gunter of Starke Is now at a time you shop, don't forget Coca-Cola. .

OF CAN OILCARDEN'S convalescent hospital Camp Car- the drink that has made tbs pause that refreshes a national

son, Colorado after fighting with custom. . a friendly

SERVICE STATION the Infantry In the breakthroughto little moment on the sunny side of things. .

: Germany last December.He .

VAN 11. CARDEN Mltr. T.\nKE. *LA wears the Good Conduct omio UN Dill AuiHotirv or THI COCA-COIA COMPANY You naturally hear Coc -CoUi

c Cor. Temple Ave. & Call St. ,'ribbon the ETO ribbon with ones' iv i called by its friendly abbreviation"

star and the Combat STARKE COCA-COLA |"Cok ".Both mean the quality pro*

"C S yl'f Badge. Infantry I BOTTLING CO. act of The Coca-Cola Companyi -


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APRIL, 27. 1945 BRADFORD COUNTY TELRGRj....
BYAIUUI:. FLORIDA
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Notice. la hereby NOTICR given the, I*rS'vTV'CIRCUIT FLo.un'l COrWT, pfDFORD IN .- STATE OF PI.OR1DA tor Oean. Mr*. Mildred Sapp, Frank Nor- on heels of loweal and b..t.. .... ,j.
Hd.r.ign.d' will rf'.I..t.r' with : Vincent whose address la 1733 Uuee man. .
the N. W Th. oard reserves the right l
Clerk Count of the, Circuit Florida Court, upon of receipt Bradford I Ruth Ru..11 Cairns Sage Sawyer 8"W>''Pl""d Plaintiff, Va."t. You" ate Wanhlngton required. D.to C.appear. on ...New- Rh..rPr..Ir. ; Owned reject any or all bid. The II.a-
of proof of publication of this. notlce Can No SUI.ORn"R Court May 1 Hh.amt; IS4B.cause In,' wherein the ahuve. platntlff named. Emory John, Mra. Cleo Andrew, flcatlona and requirement on tIN l }
for the required I.nalhf of rt'HI.IC'ATION seeks divorce Bradford Aaron Kelly (Colored' ), will be part of any contrmct let I I
time the fnllnwlnir ftctltloua. name, AND NOTICE Tt.. AI'I'ILAItRuacellTg.Bnwyrlrtll Telegraph. shall ptihllah thin County Order. hirecker.-'oeny Owned ....... and together accepted
under to-wlt:which IlKMRKISK'S (NOT INC). A.e3o'102nd In next tour weekly issues. Mr.. Lea (Ireen.llrooherl bid: will conciliate\hnon II
we are engaged In i WltneKH hand and official -Privately 4-13 6t 511.TEKMITK.
my Owned Hemea ;
bunlneaa In Bradford Avto. Jamaica (H.) .
County Florida Long Island I ,
New York Real at Starke. Florida, this April C. H. Kelley" Mrs Lottie. 1-M-
I You Sth., 1915'OFFICIAL: wards, Charity. Wllllnma (Colored). 1:
are r.Julrf"In\ .
:t
M. appear on
:
HEMBUEE ( I SEA, ) A. J. l.amteyi o.etr owned llemea. KK.IICATION:
May 11th. 11145. In the above Thomas
RAY M. WARD, Court and named A.. Clerk of said Court.T. Mra. Lillie Morgan I. l>. Refuse..
.
n. C HORNS cause. herein plaintiff l.*mter ANI CONTROL
divorce.' Bradford Frank Uimlrunl, Htarke, Florida. >-I'eltafelr Owned lln.ra I
AR bunln ropartnera...8. trading and doingHEMIREE'StNOname jeeka Telegraph shall pul.lUh this County Order Atty. for 1'lf. 4-11 4t 5.4 ace 10:"Bryant nurban.(Colored l I..vln). tlrlffla, Hor If yell MW flying( anti coming
atYle of \ (( and.). In Witness next four my weekly hand' UHuea.and. official ('.\LI. FOR nii.j FOIL '('IIOOL 1I..pto..rt.',. Itweed It.... In or tout of your !none thortuuwm
4-6 U 4-27. rJ at Starke Florida, this April TH<< \>"HTATIOM I Mra. Frank Thomas.SanderbtittPrlv.lel. ,. ar* you have tfimMm.
11th., 1949.OFFICIAL. The. Hoard' of Public Inntructlonrf lI..a OvtMeHMra. anil you will be able to nave I Iyou..lf
( SEAT.) A. J. Thomas Kradfnrd County Florida willreceive \
AT Sibyl 8app. a big; repair trill. A
Aa Clerk of said Court written blue for services }
SIGN FIRST'D Walter C. HardeMy Daytona lleach.. and-nr equipment upon the following . ....IIe11bro.n1..Pr/w.lel, Owned nominal charge for InnpertlwB. J
Kla.. Atty. for Pit, 4-13" 5.4 school bun routea. Routes for.inerly Oslairsvlllsrefcrrnece.
driven by the. following persona Felix Sapp R. I. Clemuna, Mra. We ran five butt
iv ruirrir C'Ot'R'r. R\I>FORI> and referred to aa routes of Jeanette Oaxklnii.Aim. .
ro,1'Y." FLOUIDI1 Iv" ClltNC'KH : like nameKmrkei :_ ..... . Itl.ingtq'ri.sly. Owned U..e.. TMI4''phoneC.
Y. t 'r r Ovt e l naaeaCleveland Melva Halloway.
t USE666 Pete Donald Vincent. Plaintiff va 1 Sullivan, W. t>. '(Jean Vincent Defendant Case No. K.. J, Lewis Mm. Nelson Oren, reiiilrementa,. now on file In Office 1143-J or Write .. .
36H7.! l lam Lewis, Milton Norman, Frank of County Huperlntendvnt. Hide to
ORDER OF Pl- h. received| lit. 2, no* DA, Oalnmvino I
Cold Preparation at dtrevbdi IL.ICATIO>f Tomlinson.'t.rketPrh.tele until May >s- 1946 at
I .. ..
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.s ANn NOTICE To APPEAR Owned B e llt'OO: A. M. Driven will be hired i

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s ;. Chairman '
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Over UiO ravaged ground of war-tom Europe "

4 trudge 125 million men, women, and children who / What YOU Can Do I
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have given all but life itself toward the tame per 1. C.t together all th.aerrfceable used summer and AND CLOTHING 1
whiter clothlnft This Include M..'..
you can.par. I
manent peace we all are striving for* woman'., chtldfen'a.. and Infanta wear, and ahoca. WILL
Their need for clothing Is as great is that for Overcoat*, topcoat., aulca, draaxa, ahlrta. Jacket, BE PICKED UP j '
pant,aklite,work cloth,tlo**,underwar.i..p.foodin I
We Will Not Sacrifice Quality for Haste some areas deaths from- exposure equal log ftood oarmanta.Alao blanket, rob. .,, awealer bedclothes. .. .h.. ..., and all knit
those from starvation
First your tires are Inspected according to rigid standards.Then These people need something you don't. They_ -4 COMMITTEE 2. Take DEPOT your Contribution now.orIt..before....n.to* April ta your h*.local Join.. your COLLECTION LOCAL

they are carefully buffed and email damages are repaired. need your spore clothing.: s. Support your Local Committaa not only with"our

After the tread rubber Is applied your tires must be properlycured. ISO million pounds must be collected: this month.clo.hlnl1 Sort,and contribution energy. but ales, with your tlm*. ALL BUSINESS HOUSES

Finally, there is a last inspection to make sure that all Will you give your bar e? ARE: ASKEDTO

work conforms to Firestone's high standards of quality. These

processes, to be perfectly done, cannot be rushed I SAVE LARGE BOXES

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i UNITED NATIONAL -CLOTHING COLLECTION AND CARTONS

I for Overseas War Relief HENRY J. KAISER, National Chairman IN WHICH CLOTHING; f

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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. t1.


IW i SOCIETY. and CLUBSMiss Piano no.uo Pu ils Shriners Enjoy "Soldiers Night" Fellowship Class Mrs. Lapp Host---.;;;:


: _. Heard In Recital Chicken SupperA Observed ByPresbyterian Has Outdoor Party ,To Woman's C0uJ

r LadiesIt of the Fellowship The
Members
,
Mr. Will H. Edwards presented Shrine-supper of fried chickenwas Woman's Council

Crawford Weds Mrs. Edwin St. John her first group of pupils in a enjoyed at the home of Mr. was Soldier's Night at the Class entertained of the Methodist Mrs.Church C. H. First alstlan Chu" *'
recital In the music room at the and Mrs V. S. St. John Friday were by regular social
ShowerA
Honored At
ClarkIn of the Pres- meeting
:: T-Sgt. Carl Sunday School rooms Nasworthy and Mrs. TI H. Os- home of Mrs. *
high school building, Wednesday, night of last week. Church Tuesday of Harry
on LI
byterian borne at. the home'' of Mr. and Thursday
of
a beautiful ring ceremony miscellaneous shower was April 18.Those Among the out-of-town guests this week when Pvt. W. T. (Billy) Walnut St., last week'
performed by the Rev L. G. Hem- given for Mrs Edwin H. St, John heard on the varied pro- were Potentate Norman C. Edwards Jackson told of his experienceswith Mrs. Nasworthy on Mrs. Ara Moltt
last COndUcIt
weiner roast Friday
;, Ingway at the home of Mr and at the Woman's Club in Hawthorne gram were: Grace Crews, Minnie of Morocco Temple, Jacksonville the infantry In Luxemburg, at a devotional service and h

> ) Mrs Louis Shafkln. Wednesday Thursday, April 19. Lou Hazen. Julia Lawson Betty and Mrs. Edwards; Treasurer where he was wounded, and spokeof night. was "Christians Abroad.
9 ( evening April 18, T-Sgt. Carl D. Hostesses were Mrs. A. L. John- Williams, Dottle Sue Biggs, Mar- John C. Register and Mrs. the fine treatment given the Enjoying the roast, which was group decided to
''II S Clark of Missouri, stationed at son, Mrs. R., L. Knadd and Mra garet Monteith, Alvin Lewis, Helen Register Recorder H. B. Cowan in both at home I held outdoors, were tho Rev. and practice of calling on conllnllt
Camp Blanding and Evelyn Crawford George Blocker. Whitfield, Ada Edwards, Betty' and Mrs. Cowan; Chief Rabban men abroad.A hospitals Mrs. W. 'J. Churchwell, Mr. and families and other lervlct-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs I The clubhouse was beautifully Hayes Barbara Moore, Ona Dem- Horace R. Fret well and Mra. and Mrs. Fred Guy, Mr. and Mrs. O. Starke and planned lIewCOrrlt
L L S. Crawford of Wauchula were decorated with easier lilies and orest Jeanette Priest, and June Fretwell. roll call was made, answeredby S. Newcomb, Mrs. W. H. Hart ing program to be present,

united in marriage.Mrs. rambling roses. A short pro- Caldwell. Noble T. B. Harding cooked excerpts from letters writtenby Sgt. and Mrs. Elmer Baccus, Mra. :Just for the families ?,
Phyllla Aster was matron gram Included a piano solo, sev- The beginners were heard In the excellent fried chicken dinner, men in the armed forces. Mrs.T. Sanford Ritch, Mrs. Wm. Baggett, men., of ,
of honor and the bride's sisters, eral songs and a recitation. recital Wednesday April 25. which was served with all the N. Kendrick told of a soldierat Mrs. W. B. Sewel"),' Mr. and Mrs. It was
Miss Blanche Crawford and Mrs. Attending from Starke were Following the recital M.... Ed- "trimmings." her home who had returned Paul Bridges, :Mrs Ruth Jenkins .- social announced tlattiu!

;1 Frances Keller of Wauchula served Mrs. V. S. St John Miss Alice wards, ,assisted by several pupils, About 21 Nobles and their ladles from overseas. Mrs. May Dick- and J+irs. U .A. Shepherd. 17 at meeting the home will be hM
1 as bridesmaids. Sgt. Clark St. John sad Mrs. Eleanor Cluff. served cold drinks and ice .box wer*_pres nt.to enjoy-this event ens read an interesting letter fromA. Andrews of M nTi t
had as his best man, Cpl Lane Ice cream and cake were served cookies to the group. I E. Wall, in the South Pacific ClubThe buaines., on W Madiaon V.
of Camp Blanding. to the guests by the hostesses. and Mrs. E. M. Davis had a long Jr. Wqmans i meeting Is *,,*,

bt s ( Miss Crawford wore) for her Mrs. St. John received her com- G. A. Coronation Benefit' Bridge letter from Pvt. William George, Junior Woman's Club will :May'3. at 8 p:' m. at the ,

k wedding a two piece gold gabardine plete set of Doithea china and Enjoyable EventThe who directed the Presbyterianchoir have a supper and business meet At the conclusion of !lit

wit with fuchsia accessoriesand many other lovely gifts Includinga Wednesday Night during his stay at Camp ing at the. home of- Mrs. H. C. gram Mrs. Lappe served <6
a corsage of purple sweet- hand made quilt in the wedding Junior Woman's Club helda Blanding. Mrs. O. E. Stansburyread RItch at 7:30: p. m. Wednesday, ous refreshments to those pit,
Wednesday evening the Girls benefit at the club house from a soldier, and
a; peas, Mrs. Aster wore a two rinK deslgn party a poem 2. All members invitedto -
r, ; t piece powder blue suit with white Mrs. St. John was Miss Mary Auxiliary of the First Baptist Friday night Prizes were awarded Mrs. W. J. Chandler had a mes- May attend. are Mr, and Mrs. J, L. a,
lf, accessories and Mrs Shafkin Lou Pauling of Hawthorne and Church will have Its annual Cor- to Mrs. R. A. Green, high for sage from a sergeant who formerly spent Sunday looking after,

Y""' wore a white flowered dress and Mr. St. John is the son of Mr. onation Service In the church at women, Mrs. Richard Kidd 2nd roomed' at her house. Mrs. property near CedarSHOE Key4
a corsage of red roses. The bride and Mrs. V. S. St. John. 8 p. m.This high women: and John Chalker, K. G. Duncan spoke of Jimmy Eastern StarThe
was given in marriage by Mr and will be a beautiful event, high for men. Sewell. a local boy now In Europe,
Mrs. Shafkln. with the crowning of queens, with Mrs. J.. R. Wainwright and and Mrs Carrie Ward told of regular meeting of the
'r 1 Present were the brides sisters PTA To Conduct their attendants of princesses and Miss Sara Barefoot were in her nephews, the McDowell boysof Eastern Star will be held tonight

Mrs. Frances Keller and Mills Summer "Roundup"Of maids In waiting. charge of the committee which Jacksonville and Merton Clark (Friday) In Waldo. All members SNOB
1 "''r "''k Blanche Crawford of Wauchula, Following the service there will served cokes and cookies to the who has returned to a hospital in are urged to attend and the -

rti'' Mr and Mrs. I. Blum, Mr. and School ChildrenThe be a Mother's and Daughter's Ban- rueaUi. Augusta. Ga. meeting will begin promptly- at 2 MILKS NORTH OF m,I

lit Mrs. Eric B. Hyde, Mr. and Mrs. last meeting of the school quet in the annex for all G. A. I Mrs. W. W, Illlffe read a letter 8 p. m. 'Regular meetings are ON JAX 111611\\\1'

#: E Paul Miller, Miss Ethel Moore, year of the Bradford County PTA members.The Louis Shafkln celebrated hilt from her son, Harold, telling of held each 2nd and 4th Friday. -

t Mr, and Mrs Jack Frledler and was held at tbe school house, public is cordially Invited! birthday with a quiet dinner at the lovely Easter service he had -
i ,'' daughter Joyce, Charles Propper I Wednesday ,April 18. In the to attend the Coronation Service. his home, Friday, April 21. attended, and Mrs. Boelter spokeof Mrs. Ann Michael of Cleveland, Your Bring r Me Your Wort

f and Mrs. Ann Michael of Cleve- : absence of the President, Mrs. her brother who has returned Ohio, returned to her home Mon- Trade Appreciali
. _._
IB land.A. Hogan Smith, the Vice-Presldent, -'- -- from overseas and Is now at Blending day after visiting her son, Pvt. -

r'j delightful buffet supper was kfrs. L. H. Jennings, presided. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell told Irvin Michael at Camp Blandingand LUTHER CLARI
served at a brief following
reception The meeting was opened with I of Sgt. Ellis who spent two nightsat friends, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
the ceremony. After the flag salute and a very Inspiring ) her home last week on his way Frledler.
spending some\ time with their
//s devotional was given by to Miami for reassignment. He
friends Sgt and Mrs. Clark left
p the Rev. L. D. Hatnes. He spoke was stationed at Blanding before
for a brief wedding trip.Starktfa .
r on the Importance of the home, going overseas and made the tripto
7 I the school the church workIng I Starke to see the
l1 _ _ _ and especially CONWAY'S'Service
It's time till
a long Christmasyet was quite thillled over the party
with each and be In, the
together, dependenton Camp again to
'
; but the postofflce has just that her niece,.Etta Hoover, gave
J the other home where he stayed before go-
experienced quite a little flurry for her on her 85th birthday an-
The by-lawn were by .
presented ing overseas.Mrs.
as more than 2,000 Invitations niversary ... No more than she
the executive board and approvedby from 53 happy BHS graduates deserves, says I . Anyone who Jeanette Young had chargeof Station
the members of the
oiganlzalon. -
circulated around . Made my reaches the ripe old age of 81 the program and Mrs. Illlffe PHONE 147 RING'2 FOB $ERVICEWashing :
usual futile attempt to get into and remains as charming aa Aunt gave the scripture reading.
The guest speaker for the day,
the auditorium Sunday night for Mary certainly deserves !!
a party .
DI') Irving Abrams, director of thelayDradford
the Baccalaureate Sermon, but . Interested to learn thai t : ParksMannFriends
: County Health q
Unit, spoke to the attentive audience gave It up as a hopeless task, as Judith Ann, fourmonthsolddotte ..a Polishing
r on the Importance of the I've done so many times before ( }/' of Wallace and Miriam here have received the Oil Changing
summer of children . Some day I'm going to pulla (Guy) Jopling, was christened following marriage announcement:
round-up -
1 t t school for the first time entering fast one, take my lunch to the recently In' Trinity Methodist I "Mr. and Mrs. Ailie Earl Mann Greasing
school house and sit Church announce the marriage of their "
next term. lie also emphasized right through Memphis .t ) Waxing
.
The until the program starts But daughter, Margaret A r 11 n e. to
the '
necessity for the parents beIng Y "
finest educated on the health even then 'twould be Just my luck Add attractive visitors: Nelt Stanley Sullivan Parks, Commander = Tire Repairs
program for the place to catch fire about I Medical Corps, United States
+ which Is now being presented Ward and son Billy who have returned -
1 restaurant Band through the Immunization 10 minutes till & . Seems to their home in Paducah, Naval Reserve, on Sunday, the
ot contagious diseases. strange that with all the improve Ky, after a pleasant visit with eighth of April, 1945, La Jolla, ELECTRIC ARC WELDIN

bars The PTA has taken the sum- ments In Starke In recent years, Mrs. W's sister, Barbara Clute, at California."

mer round-up as Its first project.All we still have a school auditorium Kingsley Lake , Enjoyed' meet- Also enclosed was a card stat- AMOCO
!! members, working with Mrs. that can't accommodate the families Ing them at the lovely Coca-Cola ing: Commander and Mra, Stanley ONEHOUR
1
m W. R. Morse as chairman, are cooperating and friend,*"of the graduatingclass party given by Madge MiddletonIn Sullivan Parks, at home, 1242
Z tri 'with Dr Abrams and . their honor Saturday morning Summit Drive, Lexington Kentucky .GAS '
j SIZZLING A his staff to make 'this program. I Hear the Methodist men are *" < ,
r '' a success. All membeis took Monday afternoon's moat wel- still raving about the sumptlous The bride has numbers of '
S 4 STEAK part in the interesting discussion come shower upset plans for an supper prepared by Mrs. W. J, friends here as she was at onetime OILGREASE I
+t ty which followed. outdoor fish supper, but did not Churchwell for the organization's secretary for Hon, R. A.

LOBSTER Mrs. T. H Osborne made a report dampen the spirits of a group of meeting last ,week . Everyone Green; and she is a member of
to the group on the Public friends who gathered at Ethel wants to know her secret for preparing the W. T. Weeks Chapter. U.D.C.
rot p smuuM: Relations :Meeting held by Capt. Blgg's to welcome Lt. Col. Owen Swiss steak The event

Leon Theil of Camp Blanding in Griffin back to Call Street after was quite a success, ,with accor- U.D.C. Anniversary
c regards to the more than two years in the South dion Al RIDE
CHICKEN danger of having player Dllernla, formerly : AUTO LITE
"duds" or supposed duds In the Pacific . Those rare good with Shep Fields and station Observed TodayThe FLORIDA
homes as souvenirs. Capt. Thell cooks, Evelyn Ritch, Veina Demurest KDKA. making a big hit A TTERIESlIOTOR
Y asked that persons having such and. Katty Monteith outdid Among the compliments: "Never following invitation Is out LINES
; !: "duds" get in touch with a member themselves at hostessing and pre- again will I make disparaging remarks for anniversary tea to be
B of the Military Police and not paring the luscious fried fish and about' the accordlon".c.E. given this afternoon: BUSSES
For try to dispose of them themselves hush puppies that featured the Hernwall. "The W. T. Weeks Chapter, "IfIIII HP/!

The next meeting of the PTA I repast . Owen's friends couldn't I United ,Daughters of the Con- For Safety 0 I

{ Conn0i8 will be held September 26, 1945. get over how In-the-plnk he look- Knlck-Knacks federacy, invites you to a Tea Comfort ,
ed after tussling with mosquitoes, : Jimmy Hollings- honoring their thirtieth birthday & Economy

p ',.I SellrBh St. Mark's Ladies Jape and C rations for the past ,C.worth Jones has In Gainesville signed with. .DeWitt anniversary, on afternoon of April Take Care Of It t
w 0 two years . "Yes. I'm so Buddy 27th, four to six o'clock, at the
of'Good Give Silver TeaA darned healthy lookln I'm not Bishop has been upped to a ser- home of Mrs. L A. Davis. 1915-
I geantry . The
{ getting a bit of sympathy," he Charley Nichol- 1945: "
profusion of sons (ex-Callstreeters) have mov-
r Food early summer moaned . .
M flowers enhanced the auditoriumof ed from Akron to. New Milford The W.or. Weeks Chapter

t the Woman's Club building !Spotted an' Jotted: Myrtle An- (Yale Route. Ohio . Rawson United Daughters of the Confed-
r and Thursday afternoon of last week derson stumbling over a crate In Davis can boast of the most voluminous eracy, will meet Wednesday aftel'-

0 when member of the Auxiliaryof Lovett's and dotter Virginia collection of pocket mys- noon, May 2, at four clock, at
; Drink St. Mark's Episcopal Church Schwab warning: "Don't you tear tery books In town , Hear the; home of Dr. and Mrs. O. L.
entertained at a silver tea from MY hose!" . Lt. Jewett Fogg 'twas quite a reunion at the Man- Haynes Hostesses: Mrs. Haynes

four to six o'clock. winding up local affairs before assa domicile' last week . and Mrs. W. G. Halle. STARKE a

;"j !jj'; '( Receiving the guests at the going overseas . Ervlna Ren- Seems Phillip. (Seabees) was home
f door were Mrs. for a few hours from Port Huen- "
J. C. Hoover, nolds off for a visit with rela
r' ,.J.w.y, Mrs. Edward: Burns and Mrs, R. tives in Boston, Ga., and taking eme, Calif. . AI managed to ;'
,
+ 1 : !f!1, J. Davis. along her pet parrot , Della get down from Ft. Jackson, S. C., You'll J SUN. MON. TUES. -- APRIL 29 30 l\1.\Y1\
': rf A delightful and George and Betty (and chil- ,
program, under the Rosenberg showing friends a pair see it
,: m dhectlon of Mrs. Davis, was of lovely china deml tasne cups, lun) came from Atlanta . Just first at theSMART
1 " t presented and Included Instrumental nestled in a satin-quilted box- to make it unanimous, Thelma Y' 1'

;,1 piano numbers by the Rev gift from a friend" in Belgium , White dropped In from Fernan- :? .
GrovAlison:. Miss Margaret Jeanette Kincaid back from Ken- dina . Quite unusual to get so
J !: Dine In A Pleasant Ann Young and Miss June Caldwell tucky and no tired of having to many of a large family together I 1 SHOP .
!. In these t 1
t Vocal solos were sung by run up there every time they war times But may- j .
!.v Atmosphere
; r MI'a.V, be It won't be
J. Churchwell and Mrs have a flood that she's sold her so long now before Ladles
1 i ,1 :.,: Attrwtlto Davis and a specially dance was property . Young Richard Kld,1proud' family reunions are the orderof . childrens
4''+''" t With surroundings the best f cornbllllHl I given by Miss Beryle Jean St. of the Bible, printed in the day rather than the exception ,)KN wear &dnd
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t, u ,' town promise Peter. German, sent to him by his fond Hope so, don't you? ': :
a must
I ;Y'+f;ei'r, \ joyable dlnnrr. you Bring the fancily en- At the conclusion of the program Daddy , And here Ive been -Carolyn. ..;:.3

,. 'Ir.!: hb In tonight. Ueanonableprlcem the hostesses served refreshments thinking Hitler burned all the .
'. !", '. b\ of sandwiches, cake Bibles In Germany!
t
,yJ \ and Iced tea. I

: \'dd; 323 A total of $100 was realized Wonder how many of the ladles I '
} ) ". Jt'\, Temple Ave. which will be used for new light- attending the Episcopal tea last e lr

''a :, ; s ing fixtures In ,the Interior of the week knew that "Lesbla", the / / I SI / d 3d-- E

,:.. .'pif church. piano solo played by Grover Alison -

was his own TOmnnxltfnn m nn___ ,.
R1 1( a;', . But don't ask Grover to

IN THE SOUTHEAST play from a book He doean't %{ a
''r 1t. More people drink Atlantic Ale and Beer than read a note! , Incidentally, r r
any other, since he brought the wife and \."

ss, new baby daughter Margaret,
)'iiote' home from Gainesville Wednesday -
perhaps he'd better try his HEDY LAMARBGEORGE
f hand at composing a few lullabies

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APRIL 27. 1945 i
9 ty, BRADFORD COUNTY
1 1'i TELKCRAPH. 8TARKK. FLORIDA j II) ,
1J PAGE nVI2!) : ,
of LOCAL NEWS Mrs. El M. Thomas has as Hollis V. Knight -- ,
BITS left /
a guest this week Sunday the 8WU of Section I*, and the
her daughter. evening for Pensacola where he WH of the NW4 of Section *7, Methodist a vital message to the laity of I ,
Mrs. Janle Mills of Green Cove will spend several days In con and the III:anti<:'' of the NKVi of Section America and the public is invitedto

Mrs. K. G. Duncan Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly spent Springs. nection with Ills duties as Assistant and(44 Z ( of EH the and NEW the of EH NKW ol "If We Lose the Sabbath" will hear him..
fci their !son Kasper InJacksonville Sunday with Cpl. and Mrs. Alton Miss Mary Katherine Clark of U.S. District .Attorney. Mrs. portion WH of of Section Sit, and all hat be the topic of the Sunday morn There will be a meeting of the "
I hospital Sunday Dobbs. Jackson. Miss., spent Thursday Knight and their children accompanied 1saet of ennui WH or of Alltirator PK'i) that Creek lies a ing sermon at the Methodist \Vorker'.-C \unell of the Church I I
IP He 1 Is still Improving. Mica Mary Louise! Durshimer and Friday as a guest of Robert him as far as Jacksonville. In Section it. All b e I n Mr In Church ma announced: by the pastor School immediately following the
' prnoon. Green. Township 6 South Kane 22 brat.CARL the Rev W.
P J.
M. Moore left Mon- left Tuesday to spend' some time Mrs. Selma Thornton McCall is Churchwel) evening service. ,
susan an extended visit with In Brooksville with her sister, Mrs. H. V. Knight spent last Improving after a recent Illness 4-17 5t 5-Y5 City JOHNS Clerk.irinrrrr A.At the evening service! Frank Church School.10 a. m. Youth
I i for Mr.! J. E. WIl- Virginia and aunt, Miss Margaret week-end in Gainesville with Mr. and has returned to her' home Eades of Roanoke, Va., president Fellowship 7 p. m. j 1
daughter in Fellsmere. I Durshimer.Mr Knight at the White House Hotel, after spending some time In SL (01 'VTt. RLOKIIIAl('01 liT .11 IM%KOIIII 4/IIA\-, Laymen's of the National Christian :I Bible _Story hour Tuesday 3IP.
" ; Mollle Detoach has gone .. B. P. Glslain la spending where he Is residing temporarily.Sgt. Vincent' Hospital in Jackson. C.lI'-. Association, will bring : m. -
Zaml for a short vacation."fold a few days at her old home In M. P. Nunnery of Colum- ville. I O.r onnell rope, Pope, Plaintiff. v... Charlie .r
the Depot Cafe to Mrs.j Iowa attending to business. bia, S. C., spent a week with his Cpl. and Mrs Bessie Colson I ORDER defendant.OF Case No. S7J8.
1 Weathersby !last week.. She Mrs Frank Hobshaw of Palatka brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and and daughter Diane of Valdosta ANf NOTICE PI'BL.ICATIOV TO APPEAR EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING 1 j
teach school again,next term spent last week with :Mra. E. M. Mrs. R. O. Nunnery. Wednesday Ga., spent the week-end with Mrs.Colaon's O.8TATK OF FLORIDA tol: Charlie
Thomas. of last week the three i parent, Mr. and Mrs.F. Inettn Pope Furniture whose renldence la % Hob.
Vanderbilt. went to I .
Company
Ueurce.'Yo'u8a"re'
Plant City to visit Mr.. and_ Mra-. I F. Flume. '> Carolina. 4& SEVEN DAY SERVICE ,
C. W. n ----- I Mrs. Berry 3. Johns of Jacksonville required to appear on *
Lancaster. Mr. and Mra. fay 1913 In the above named i f
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B, F. ;Moore and Mr. and Mrs. spent Tuesday with' her Court and -BU.*, wherein plaintiff .
Royce Wills. Mr. and Mrs. Nun mother Mrs. James Lambe and Telegraph seeks divorce.shall Bradford County publish thin
Order .
came sister Miss Pat Lambe. /n' next 'our ..
nery back Friday and Sgt. weekly l nuea. "
Nunnery Mrs. Guy Sale was )in Jackson- Wltnemi my' hand and officialS
remained for a longer ville Monday on business. seal at Starke Florida this' April !
h, 1945. DRUCKER'S
' visit.Mrs. Mrs. J. W. Klncslcl returned I JEWELERS ,j
(OFFICIAL SEAL ,
W. M. Edwards is ) A J. Thomas 11
spending
Sunday, Monday April 29, 30( a Jack while Bell with In her daughter Mrs. from spend Kentucky a while Monday with her and sister will, Aa'1'' Frank Clerk 'of.*. n said< rtiin.Court.Stark. Florida" 101 CALL STREETON
Gainesville Mrs. O. L. Beasley. Atty. for Plf i.jj 4t j.j I
I. Lecln made a business Lt and Mrs. "-
trip Clayton Springer
"Bring On The Girls"VERONICA to Tampa Wednesday.Mrs. have as a guest Lt. Springer's: I

H. A. Bishop and Mrs. father, Jerry Springer of New i
Wm. Powell made a business trip I Jersey
.LAKE EDDIE BRACKEN to Gainesville Friday.J. : Paul Knight Is expected next
M. Edwards recently madea week to (spend his vacation with
SONNY TUFTS MARJORIE REYNOLDS business trip to Daytona Beach. his parents. Col. and Mrs. D. E. a4

I: , T-Sgt. and Mrs. Wm. Dan Knight. He Is a Junior Production -
Hazen and laughter, Sandra have Director with National I''
returned to Moultrle!, Ga., after Broadcasting Company In New
ADDED SPECIAL"It spending a 13 day leave with Mr. York City. Col. and Mrs. Knight
and Mrs. W. L. Silcox. will meet him at the airport in
Miss Anlce Green left Tuesday Jacksonville.
Happened In Springfield"Tuesday to spend a few days with her !
brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and NOTICR LEOIfLA'I'IO"OF "r.nAL SOFA

Mrs. N. T. Rltch In Avon Park. NOTICE IS HEHKRY ((1IVEN that
Mrs. Mary Mills Is spendinga thirty dnya after the flrnt publication
of thin, notice, the Pity of l lI
Wednesday Thursday May 1, 2, 3, two weeks' vacation In. her Stark, Bradford County, Florida ,
home In Texas. She is an em- will rati He to be Introduced and attempt BEDSA
ployee of Leila's Beauty Shop. to have pnmipd at the 1945HpHMlon I
of the itclHlHtiire I of the I
John Chalker who has been State of Florida, a Special Art
"And Now Tomorrow"ALAN employed in Jacksonville for sometime authorltlnic and empowering the Sofa For Your Living Ko m.
("Ity of Starke to extend the City
I Is spending a few days here Limit of the City uf Ktarke In- Corne.
with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Darby.He cludingall or any portion of the j jr.

expects to enter the army wltl following described" property to- .r . ...,
LADDLORETTA some time this month. Sy! ,of S"ctlol21.. andS_ ;_ofi
YOUNG _ _n __
r-sgi.:: Tinman F. Hutto, who 5 PIECE SOLID OAK '
SUSAN HAYWARDThe is stationed at Boca Raton, spent
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the week-end here with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. 1. S. Hutto DINETTE SUIT /

and his wife and young son.
Steaks Lt. and Mrs. J..M. Allison Jr., UPHOLSTERED CHAIRS
finest were week-end guests of Dr. and CENTER LEAF EXTENSION
Shrimp Mrs. Carl I. Elkins of St Augus-

foods tine.Mrs. Reduced from $79.50 to $72.50
ShellIe Hall la visiting
SEA FOOD . ..
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at reasonable friends )in Oxford. .1 1 .I. " "I; r. I. I
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FISH OR Mr. and Mrs. George C. White Nice Selection of Coffee
End and Radio Tables
MEATPLATE and Miss Frances White of Talla- i ,
prices hassee spent the weekend here ............: --
LUNCH with Mrs. J. W. White and Mrs. 1 & 2 Door Utility Cabinets At A Bargain

Court & Call St. G. W. Alderman. -- - - --
I I II I With Two Sgt. and Mrs. Wilson G. Lee CHESTS
returned A FEW UNFINISHED OF DRAWERS
VegetablesOwner Monday afternoon from

George Kopelousos 45c relatives.Jacksonville, where they vlalted HAS! your home grown in ,

IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
Mrs. B. L. Dard and son, William value? Hat it outgrown your
Ward, of Paducah. I
Ky. were
'UIDON URILL guests last week of Mrs.. Ward's Fire insurance_"? Let us check John H. Denmark Furniture Co.
sister, Mrs. W. T. Clute. '
your needs.Charley. ;1'1'i
Mrs. Cecil Price of Quincy spent PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA.
Clarence L. Lowe of the Merchant
"Eat At The Best And Forget The Rest" Marines recently spent a- ..'f"., WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITURE j

12 day leave with his mother ........
Mrs. W. E. Taylor.Mr. i

and Mrs. F. F. Stump are -- ---- _--.-_-_ ____'--- _-- .::- __. '-__, .::- :-- --- __. :. ..n _.. _.___:;'-_-'--- -
meeting their daughter Lt. (Jg) 'E. Johns
Evelyn Stump of Key West In THE OLD BLIND MAN J
NAT SEZ: Lake City Saturday. She will AgencyPhone BANG
leave from the Jacksonville air- IS STARKE, FLA. HAS COME TO TOWN

'"At See by. the paper that Santy port Sunday evening to return to .... .
Claus arrived early at Hitler' her station. .
+ N: cozy little mountain hide-out. Kid- Mrs. R. T. Rlcharde of Jacksonville ... ... We are not new. We are just coming back to a .beautiful little city that wad
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Ing with the RAF Instead of his spent several days this ..... .. just a town when we left it at the beginning of the war. In addition to our
usual sleigh, Santy dropped a week with Mr. and Mrs. W. 1./Reprcuntlna. THE TRAVELERS. Hartford Venetian mind business we will carry a line of Hardware and Furniture.We .
"block buster"'right down Hitler's Wall and Mrs. Mabel Wall. '/ wish to thank all our friends for the good. business you gave us many years

chimney Wed n e s d a y morning. -- ago. Our hats are off to everyone, including the armed forces of this section
From now on Adolf can't sing r. who have so wonderfully made a city out of our town. When in Starke visit our .
"There's no place like home." store. You are always welcome. And you too will see that "It Pays to Pay ,
a He'll have to sing "There's no WHAT CAN YOU SPARE Cash and Buy War Honda with the Difference."
place,. . period." -A

= THAT THEY CAN WEAR? A Few Of Our Specials I 1



This month, from die clothes closets and attics of 27x36 Rugs - 98c Maple Beds - - $16 1 I(

C-IIJUAlf .. America's homes, must come 150 millionpounds;: of 'I j

serviceable used clothing, shoes, and bedclothes, to 72 Inch Window Shades, Complete - - - 50c ;I

help relieve the pitiful suffering of 125 million men,

"1 women and children in war-torn European countries. 72 Inch Window Shades Without Rollers .. - 40c t
Will you help? Then call your local UNCC Commit. ,


roc NOT FijRd RATIONED. '< . tee-right now-for full information. Coil Bed Springs, Were\ $18 Now - - $$12.25 f e:



1. ,, Hoes Tempered Steel i
Weeding - - $1.25
In the interest of the Rotary Club's ,


toe Sling sandal back,with open part in this great drive the Starke PAINT, 79c quart --- Hundreds of other BARGAINS'''

wedgie heel. Dry Cleaners will contribute all uncalled ,
.I.II

I I for garments that have been in A FEW REASONS WHY WE REOPENED IN STARKE I I ,jl' 1

our plant over 60 days untesg,*these i. It Is our home.The A. llradford County rank 2nd In production d

2. heat town and beat people on earth. of forest prnducto. Much a* turpentine >
a ., garments are called for before Man 1. 3. Bradford County rank among the first !', renln pulp >v-wxl, mm flea and
Open toe, open other valuable. forest |>r+wlucl .
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back strap pump. In Agriculture.Bradford 7. Bradford County ha* meet: tobacco land :
Wedgie heel. 4. County bait largest tung oil In the country. '

THE NATION'S GOAL IS grove and largest twig oil mill In the 8. Bradford County during normal time f I.
country, shipping almost. dally car lot. J'IIII a million dollar otrawbrrry crop. r rf

;tf 150,000,000 Ibs. OF USED CLOTHING of tunic oil to ho used In manufacture 9. Starke I I.* the gateway to Camp Elan- ,
While, Yellow Red of paint. and oil.*. ding I It

HOW MUCH CAN YOU GIVE? 5. "'(9 have thousand! of .head of rattle 10. Wn believe!' It It the healthiest place In 'I
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Green and Combinations r and other!' live stock on our fort"lltll. the state \",

If You Cannot Bring Clothing To Collection: Stations tI" I
Contact Chairman D. A. Monteith YES we have got the habit of giving things away, so bring ;i''

along your SOAP WRAPPERS. We are your premium store. : : ,

back 8t toe e pop en". $3 95 t to $4.95 Start Buying Now For The 7th War Loan "+ a t ; i

Wedgie ;
heel. Ii Ii1

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Sternberg's PHONE and LAUNDRY STAK: Pate- Gassett, Mgr. Starke, Florida //1 I 1 i i j

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA .

qi .g., -PAGE--- SIX .' . . .' '. '.' .' .' . .' Mrs. Crosby's'daughter, Betty, In -i*(-"OV-nncriTror'' TY. FE.OH1U.1I: T. IN C1Itt66Y. . II'J- :
of Tallahassee and Lake City I
. . Recipients Perry .
. . .e' nesday afternoon. Gainesville Friday, but she Is Improving I ., ,
this occaaion were ai from Thursday until Sunday. Christina Robert*, Plaintiff vs.
FarmBy prizes on Mrs. 1. F. Chapman Following a stay of several Sunnybrook now. Warren Robert, Defendant. Case dled
State follows: high Woods and daughters No. 3727. Q41I
Mrs. Dewey
; second high, Mrs. p D. weeks with relatives In Monticello By Mm. Arwula Crawford Jacksonville were week- ORDER OF PUBLICATION 7
WMtfleld Mrs. P. D. and Ocala] Mrs. J. E. Chambersand . . of ANDo NOTICE TO APPEAR
Mi* Bryan Fancher, Sr.; "bingo" . . . . and Mrs. H. B. WarrenRtb..rt
1I . . . . . . Fancher, Jr. Each award comprised Mrs. Bert Chambers returned end guests of Mr. STATE. OF FLORIDA to l I.:., 179-07
the usual number of Defense home the early' ] part of this week., Mr. and Mrs. CUrtis Dukes of Kelly. 120th nhoeseStlAtlbans, Lone bland -
f at tEl) CROSS SEWING Stamps. At the end of the Mr. and Mrs. John D. Thompson New River spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs W. C. Ward hadas New York. WJidllRlyseIIJ

Many women of our communitymet playing] Mrs. Richarde served a of South-Jacksonville were Mrs. Dukes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. week-end guests, their son Mrs.and May you 21.are 1IM5 required In the to above appear named on
+ at the'Community Building frozen salad] course with iced tea dinner guests of Mr. and Mra. Kirby Crews daughter-in-law, Mr. and Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ,
work J. L. Robinson at noon Sunday. M. Batten Robert Ward. ......k.. divorce. publish County '
Tuesday of last week to on to her guests. Rev. and Mrs. R. Telegraph shall thla Order
the 50 kit-bags assigned as our Mr. and Mrs. Abe Hyman of: and daughters, Mary Frances and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Halslop] In next four weekly Isiuea. :
I a\ quota by the Red Cross. :Much Mrs. M. R. Holmes] Jr., of Starke. spent Wednesday with Helen] and Mrs. Batten's mother, Mrs. Alton Dobbs and daughter. Witness my hand and official
:Miami and Mrs. W. L. Holmes Mr. and Mrs Tom Connors.Mr. Mrs. Inez Kelly werevisiting neat at Starke, Florida, this April
the Mrs.
progress was made on pro all of Jacksonville, Mr. and Eloise and 1945.- I
of 18
Jinny,
: ject and a delicious covered-dish and little daughter and Mrs. A. C. Davis and Eddie Keene of Galnesvlllw, Bute, friends and relatives In (OFFICIAL) SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
+ luncheon was enjoyed. Tampa returned to their respec- children visited relatives] In Graham Bobby and Nick Crosby were Raiford Friday evening.Mr. As Clerk of said Court.
tive homes Saturday after having and Waldo last week-end. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. W. T. Crosby Han William D. Morgan, Fifth, .nvA. 1
,
CLl'B: MEETING of Mr. and Mrs M. Floor Clark K-ulldlntf Jacksonville
BRIDGE been guests
Miss June Caldwell spent Frt- O. E. Crosby and family. were visiting I i Mrs. Crosby's Florida. Atty. for I'lf. 4-20 4t &-11
} Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde to used lend a R. Holmes since Monday. day night with Miss Madge Miss Mamie Kelly of Starke brother and sister-in-law] Mr. and

variety a party-like of springflowers atmosphere to her ,I Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancber, I I Brownlee] In Starke. spent Sunday with Miss Mary Mrs Jessie Hillard In Jacksonville

( home when she entertained the I Sr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher, Jr. I Mr. T T. Fillyaw of Ashburn Ella Ward Sunday.

7 State Farm Bridge Club ]last Wed- visited relatives' and friends In Ga., came Friday for an extended Mr. and Mrs. Raymond, Oliverof day.Mr. ,
stay with her son-in-law] and Whitehouse were visiting Mr. I and Mrs. Tobe Norman of
daughter Mr. and Mrs. M. D. and Mrs. J. N. Kelly Sunday aft Water Oak were visiting Mr. and { t az}_ ,
From where I sit.bY Joe Marsh. Young. Mr.',and Mrs. W. E. Fill ernoon. Mrs W. R. Haislop] Sunday after DK AMD I
,
1 yaw and son, Tommy, also of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and noon. EM
Ashburn who are'' visiting Mr. .i
Mi. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly were BRAHFOHDCOI'NTV
COfRT
and Mrs. J. T. Fillyaw in Lake iv1RP1'IT
called to the bedside of Mr. and PI.OHIIJAl, IM CIIA.>I-
Dick Newcomb Butler had supper with Mr. and cF;IIY. Start Your

Mrs. Young Saturday. ping in Palatka Saturday. Thurman, V.Franklin Ag-ncn Bans Bradjhaw.Plaintiff Bract-. Post War Planning a a..a"oh
1 1t Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dukes of: Cpl. and Mrs. McLeod and Cane No. 8729. well"-I kept '
Goes Fishing by Proxy Jacksonville) were with Mr. andMrs. children vis i 11 e d Cpl. McLeod's shaortf AND ERnIFtPI NOTICE( TO' LIC'ATION APPEAR By Placing Your "come Victory,I'll buy,,

t M. R. Holmes] last Wednes; parents, in Quitman, Ga., last STATE OF FLORIDA to: Agnes Order Now For car in a hurry" ,
Cob Newcomb used to be the So Cob spent his next day off weekend. Bass Brad haw, whose resUlenc In
f ; day.The % J. L. Bass. Rt. No. 1, Newton
s best fly caster In the county. exactly as Dick dreamed of his W.M.U. of the Raiford Bap-i Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Slbley] and Urovea, North Carolina. These Appliances -
Never missed a Saturday at doing-fished Seward's Creekward's Unt Church met with Mrs. C. H daughter Ruth and Grace Dick- : Yon are required to appear on
Creek. But the and cooked the trout, and Cope Monday.Mrs. inson and Martha Home of May 21, 1945, In the above named
come war again, Court and ,cause, wherein plaintiff BENDIX
W. H. Parker and Mrs.J. Hampton were shopping inGainesville Bradford County e
and Bob's eon going off In unlkept the beer cool in the stream. seeks divorce! 't'e
L.. Robinson .we''I' e luncheon Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
AUTOMATIC
'Monday.
t form, he just lost interest in And you knew he was doing It next four weekly Utmeti.
like for Dick. guests of Mr. and Mrs. hill VIn- Miss Cason of South CarolinaIs Witness my hand and ottl..lalrf HOME LAUNDRY
things fishing.
? son In Lake City Tuesday. spending1 some time here with : at Starke, Florida, this April
'U'l k' But the other' day Bob got a From where I sit,It'a what the Peggy Caldwell was the overnight : her niece, Mrs. Dan Railey. ( 1945.OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, '
letter from the Booth Pacific men overseas' would have us do guest of Nancy Knight in Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Dennison A* Clerk of Maid. Court.T. O HOT POINT x
I . kind of a homesick letterkeep alive'the little customs, Starke Monday. and family of Gainesville, Mr and Atty.. Frank for I Lnndrum'If. Starke 4-20, Florida 4t 5-11 REFRIGERATORS
r+(: I ', "rm thinking of you Dad, fish. the small pleasures, they re- During the past week-end Doris Mrs. M. L. Trlest and family and RANGES
( lag In Seward's Creek; cooking member-keep them alive till Moncrlef had as her visitor Miss Mother Trlest of Waldo, and Mr. uf C'' tlx WATER HEATERSAs
trout over an open fire; and tli. y come home to share them. Grace Orews of Lawtey. and Mrs. E. T. Prevatt and Mrs. ar l
the beer cool In the> Carlson of Starke visited Mr. and WAVE IIII
keeping --.PERMANENT
. . . . . . These Become AvailableWe
Mrs. W.
W. Packham
;j(, stream. Seep an extra bottle 71f.a,. Sunday. AWi 14J, Do yognwlf at bom "
b cool for me." OVIJ Pvt. and Mrs. Merle 1. Pack- yr Esk kit contain Will Fill Orders In
1 Theressa ham of Camp Rucker, Ala] are b manent hampoo ware,curl ri Pea Order of Application "Was / kidding mysdp
visiting their parents, Mr. and vav.wt. e nr'. Money b&ck iruniwnto
'; No. 114 of a Series CopyrigJil, 1945 United State Brewer Foundation Dy Miss Ida Hagan tfr, .. Otf GtamcKurl Kit t.e uy. lust heard it may be
Mrs. W. W. Packham and Mr.
r t i . . . . . . Koch Store
ti and Mrs Clyde] Hall. Drug years or more after V

: Mrs. Thornton Johns and chil Radio ServiceBED before I can get oneP
dren of Hampton were visiting
i Mrs. J. P. Dickinson Tuesday. Our Specialty. .

Miss Elizabeth Phillips of : Chili e Hot Dogs <. SandwichesTHE
C Starke spent Wednesday evening LAMPS
with her father, D. J. Phillips.Mr. r
and Mrs. C. W. Packhamand HOME DESK LAMPS
family Miss Hazel Packham OF HOME COOKINGerry's I
of Jacksonville and S 1-c L. W.
t .r
,I Van Epps of Cecil Field spent the ,
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. w ,I.
W. Packham. q Ig Ig"So
) % PAINIMTURERS Mr and Mrs. Loon Tomlinson \J'yJINKLER {
and daughter and Mrs. George
Ezell of Jacksonville spent the
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week-end with their parents, Mr. Electric Service
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CALL STREET
and Mrs. R. M. Hersey.
r ''X NEXT noon TO WESTERN: UNION .
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Mrs. J. C. Cochrane and daughters Temple Avenue
Martha'and Irene were shop- I'm plenty thankWfe

> Gulf man. He said just

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a Mineral Pigments, I his advice. Knowing *

Io' Extenders and Fillers I know now, I'm taking
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Abound in Florida! car gets. I aim to keep,

F L O RID A deflnitelyf"GULFPRID r
tN service-and
ap Florida, where nature has been so

HAS THE generous, is rich in deposits of .,.
ochers and limonitic clays,essential ,

4 NATURALRESOURCES in the production of paints. Here, ,
f too are large quantities of high r'
calcium limestone, silica sand and FOR YOUR MOTOI

'; tb diatomite, valuable as extendersand .
An oil that's TOUGH.
fillers. These deposits are .
t4,. ,n / usually close to Florida's ocher and capital letters..proet| !
,, limonitic clays, sometimes being against carbon and sWj1/
r ; available in the same pit

I Analysis Shows . **
GULFLEXFOR
i '' . that florida' ocher and limonitic

,, clays are entirely suitable for
"'4: the production< of paints. YOUR CHASSIS!

. that these
mine. deposits are easy tow Knocks out friction ol*
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. that involves processing nothing in more many than Instances They Listen. Fo Help Win the W r. ; 'o 39 Protection vital I chassis Ecl!!poill

:; washing, screening out coarse particles .
,;! and drying. Hammer mills
:., and aw crushers; handle the rest Folks on rationing boards have new a'k'(I'; ,

listened and listened and listened peacetime abundance. It has; \,:.

. Junior uses up all of the family taught us more. We have learned _
. mat a ready domestic market .
exists for such paints as would be shoe stamps. . Somebody's oil lessons in self-denial and the value "

y' 1 ,. / produced. burner is covered with icicles. . of cooperation. ..lessons that bolster je*

:J . ,that conditions of labor, transportation Somebody's share-rider moved our determination to carry on

and future prospects are away. Yes, they've listened with till1 final victory is won.

rightS0. patience and tried to be fair...to 1I '
orsr / iNDUSUii txfm orras be more than helpful when a genu Young and old, we are getting -

,4 I / FOR juimmiuc or FAIHT. ice case of hardship was brought matchless training in early American .. 3
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/ For futhm
Information,
writ the InduitxUl roM
d / g".V1 oPJ ...t Department, Florid Power to their attention. .* fortitude and self-reliance. -
z 4 a lJ'illbl' Company M..ml, Fhutd.t .. Surely the people of our country

r }t Kln. In teaching us what we can do will be ready to meet the problems What
without, rationing has given of ration point bring to
+ rLoalet nn., c.\.n us e tomorrow with confidence. our tablet today would haw

...." termed lUtt beaq-ets to generation 7a

Our investigations indicate that B d. but you* haw of our Budutlter forefather-, too, Q
the
l profit possibilities in the i s e r to make
14-.llmuecah
'4 manufacture of paint in Florida .
merits your careful and immediate eseas sass. ....u......"..... Uute better.A1MJ.Q194J ,

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.. .... .vn1L 27. '1836" = -.'-- "': BRADFORDodlawn COUNTY TEUaURAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA, PAGE SEVEN 1 ,. :'


.. . W. I* Stuckey, Audrey Crews,
meeting and
s dinner on the seriously ill In Riverside Hospital, eec, and offices hereafter created 4th, 194S.OFFICIAt.. Hurst i
Fletcher whose
residence Is
Buster Crews, Mrs. Alma Dyal grounds. Saturday and Sunday at Jacksonville. by the City Councilexcept. mem r( SEAM A. J. Thomas, Route 1, Mel ITS, su.orla."
and children, the Woodlawn I ber of the City Council, which As Clerk of said Court.T. .
Jerry and Peggy Missionary Bap- Many Hamptonltes attended the vacancies shall ba filled by the remaining .. Frank andrum, Starke. Florida You are required to appear on
tist ,
Church. We cordially Invite I members for 4.21 Mar 7th.. 145. In the above namedCourt
thereof. Atty. rif.
MJrie Rafueee Rev. and Mrs. O. J. Rauler on, Baccalaureate Services at Brad-I Authorizing. 6.f 4t and cause, wherein plaintiff "
to City Council to
everyone and
come be
1\1"e e e e s e e e e Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Page. Mrs. and the Lord. with us ford High School In Starke Sun- establish. a pension system for of. I1* riHCMToi'i T.CKKT nfAfFta1)COICY seeks Telegraph divorce.shall' publish Bradford this County Order i
Agnes Fuqua, Mrs. Rachel Brown- day night. Graduates from here of floors Starke and and employees" of the City FLORIB.U 1:11: ('''.'111_ In next four weekly Issues. .
Rev. to provide funds for .
REUNION Ing, Mrs. Charlie Miles, Mr. and and Mrs. O. J. Raulerson. are Barbara Horne. Marian Its operation. Nelson J. Fletcher, a minor Witness my hand and official I
a family reunion at Mrs. C. R. Crews, Rev. Fred Rob- formerly of Jacksonville, have Johns, Betty Jean Adkins and Authorizing the City Council: to ''next friend Ada Fletcher Dr.hi". 4lh.seal I, at 1949.OFFICIAL Starke. .Florida' this April I
wag P. moved into our community. Thomas adopt electrical 1. plumbing" and vs. Ethel Hurst Fletcher, D.t..ndant. ,
of.lr and Mrs. J5 -* ins and Mrs. Louise Starling and Mrs, Wadsworth. building; codes for the City; provide Case No. 3891t. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. .
Ref .. family Sun- children, Ida Lee and Trudelle. W. L. Stuckey and daughter W. A. Saxon US Navy was a for the appointment of electrical OTtDBIl OF PUIfHOATlON A. Clerk of sale Court.T. .
the Audrey. Crews plumbing and building in.Spector ANO NOTIl-W Tn APPEAR I .
were dinner ; Frank I.an4rum, Stark! 1"1(11'1".1
guest of relatives over the week or Inspectors and prescribetheir STATE OF FLORIDA to; Ethel Atty. Plf. Ilt
were Mr. and Mrs.. There will be a Bible School I guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. end. I duties and powers and for JOT 66t 4-
ding Rafuse Sunday. the enforcement thereof; determine :
their term of office and salary
Miss Loca Rafuan spent Sun- IN nnrriT (COl'RT< nit U>FI>KI> '
CO I'X' TV, FLORIDA And to specifically repeal Chapters -
IN fill*
Place day night with Miss Audrey CKIIY.Juanlta: 20136 and 20138. Law of Florida -
Old Sarge's Crews (trims. Plaintiff VK. Archie Acts of 1839. which I Chapters
are germane to one or more of the
Miss Ida Lee Crawford of Heil- V. Uriffla: Defendant. Case No. above subjects: and will ba superseded :
bronn was a Sunday dinner 3690.ORDER\ OF by the proposed amendments.CAItl. .
PUBLICATION \
JOHNS,
liRKE'S ORIGINAL guest of Mr. and Mrs L. H. AND NOTICE! TO AHl'KAll City Clerk.
Page. STATE: OK FLORIDA to: Archie _
V. Urlffli. whose residence i Is quit- iv ewe-Mr co i'Mr, nittnroniT ) e
aMY man, Georgia !'\ \, Fl.UItiiAl IX rllNKHV. I
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.S. . e e e. e. e You are required to appear. on :- ,
May 7, 1945 In the nt>u\' Court and cause, wherein, plaintiff Grady Wllnnn. \\ licalits. Defemlant.
TORE Hampton seeks divorce. Bradtord County Case No. 3701.OHDKIl .
Telegraph shall publish thin Orderin "F rrm.ir'ATION
next four weekly ls. .ues.ltiiens A.NM> N.>T1CK TO ATl'IOAH
w....+..++re \ fly Mrs. M. C. Sweeney \\ my hand and official STATE OK" F1.0H1HA to: Grady
seal at Hlark, .Florida thin April \\'II"onVIKlJlns \\ho..... residence Is
/frdC
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Authorized s e e. s e. e e e 2nd.I 1S43. I 106 Potomac, Street Liberty Holmes, ,
WEINER ROASTThe (OFFICIAL SKAT.) A..1. Thomas, N Charleston Mouth Carolina.
.
A. Clerk of mild Court. You are required to appear on ,.
1g The 'War Department j Junior class of the Young lion. J. 8. llarrlnon, I..tw F.J People's Training Union sponsored liuliiilnir Jacksonville.. Florida. Court. and cause wherein plaintiff 9 to 9 Daily
Atty. for Pit. 44t ,..nOT..lo seeks divorce Kradford County Restaurant t HourS
an outdoor weiner roast last Fri Telegraph shall publish this. Order : Except Tuesday '
OperatedBy day night. Assisting in entertain :\ ] OF IMTIMMH CTIOM OF1.O'AL In next four weekly Issues. I
Witness
my hand and officialsenl
Ill 1.1.8NOTICK
an Ex-Soldier ing the children were Rev. and IS HKKUIIV! CHVKN at Starke.. Florida l this April
Mrs. W. A. Scott and Mrs Doris that the City of Starke In Itradturil 6th. 19f1l.
Hicks. County, Florida, will I thirty (OFFICIAL PRAT) A.'OJ. Thomas
Enjoying this outing were days attar: the first publication: Ai Clerk ut said Court
Gladys and Langford Hicks, Peg hereof cause to b. Introduced In T. Frank Inndium, ftarke: Florida This YearMOTHERS ;
gy and the Legislature. of the State of Atty. for I'lf ,.. 4t 427nun ;
HEADQUARTERSOR Jerry Dyal, Sylvia May, Florida at the 1945 seNHlon thereof .
Joan and Connie Sweeney, Peggy a bill or bills. seeking. to amend I" IT 'Ol'I11' nn4i)roiii> *
( ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES Hlnson and Frank Brown. Chapter 1J426, Laws of Florida, f'ot''rFI.OIUI, ).%, l> CII.1N- ) ? OATMeans
Acts of 1 27. the same 'being; "An CEItV.Bowman. s
and JEWELRY Act to abollxh the Present Municipal -
NOVELTIES Chllders. Plaintiff,
Mra. J. T. Guy and Mrs. Lauree Government of the Town of Olivia rtourne Chllders, Defendant.vs. More Than Ever
Hall of Dasher Ga., entertainedthe Stark. In Bradford County. Flor Case N. SflitH.ORDKIl : _Before
j jt
ida and to create and JOntabllsh: a
Ladies Council of the Chris Municipal Government known aa > :NOTH'K OF PtTBLICATlOWANt TO APl'KAIl
Suslow'sArmy tian Church at the home of the the City of Stark: to Provide a 8TATR: 1>V 'I.oIUOA tot OliviaRnurne
Charter for said City To Fix Its
:
en former, Wednesday, April 18. An Territorial Limits; to Provide for Oeorgcetown Chltders South whose Carolina.residence Is
Its Government end to prescribeIts .
unusually interesting program wag You are required to appear on
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carried Jurisdiction and Powers, In May 7th., IMS. In the above named
out with all members taking I
the following particulate, to-wlt: Court and cause. wherein plaintiff
StoreE. part. During the.social period To Increase. the term of office seeks divorce. Bradford County
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the hostesses served their of Treasurer. the .Mayor, City Tan City Collector Clerk City and Telegraph In 'next four shall weekly publish Issues.this Order

guests deli clous refreshments. City Tax Assessor from one to two Witness my hand and official ,
Call Street Starke, Fla. :Mrs. Hall made a special trip Council years, and by to resolution authorize to the provide City eat at Starke, Florida this April : ,

from her home to be co-hostess that the office nf City clerk City 'V
with Mrs. Guy and the Council l Tax Assessor, City Tax Collectorand "
I
rteflfeet City Treasurer limy be filled . just like mother *
appreciates her particular interest by one person. 1 r
in their behalf. Authorize the City Council to determine used to make" 1/

S-Sgt. Grady L. Perry, who has all Elective by ordinance and appointive the salary officers of e

\ Me At been overseas for the past two of the City of Starko end provide. s 4
that the. salary may b.l changedduring
years spent Sunday with his
parents
fhe term for which any officer -
anding Center Bar Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Perry. la elected or appointed.. LAPPEPrompt
Grady recently returned to the Authorizing. City Council to pro-
vide for, employ and AA
appoint an
States after' being wounded the adequate police force Including; a t '
second time, and left on Mondayfor Chief of Police, and to regulate by _
ordinance the duties, t term of of-
es\\\J'g a hospital in Pennsylvania floe salaries. and supervision of all
t t at'etn10 where he will remain for awhile. such police, officers. ?

ate n.tt A He expects a furlough s h o rtly the Authorize the Mayor, l by and with 7 No Matter Where You Are- No Matter -
consent of the
\eet City Council
when he can spend a longer time I
ot .\u to appoint persons to fill vacancies. How Far From Home Remember
tty5Sof telaXat A\t\g9 with his relatives and friends. In all elective or appointive offi! -

.-nut\..- This community la very proud of Mother 'With a Suitable Gift on Sunday -
boot t gis Sgt. Perry's war record and ex-

w\e tends to him a most cordial wel- Service Careful Drivers May 13. I II I

come home.
-
Friends of Mrs. Vivian Saxon OVER 6000 GIFTS TO SELECT FROM I
will regret to learn that she IsYou're STARKE TAXI SERVICEand ,,




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MAYBELLE J. HYDE, MANAGER Drug Store EVERY ,SUNDAY NIGHT

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THROUGH THESE PORTALS

SUNDAY SCHOOL 3 P. M. :

a Service Man PASS TIlE BEST SOLDIERS I ';


Everyone invited To Come And Feel ON EARTH

and are looking for Ale You Are A Part Of Us. . .

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right prices Gospel Mission &luuI .

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1..: !AO'lll. KlQIIT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEanAPiL TARBr FLORIDA FRID.\Y, 'u'Rll h, h:

BRADFORD iv! CIRCUIT
mysterious deaths cause Brent to nltton! to control birds and animalsIn IN(.'OCNTYYTFLORID-ti 1.11 CHANCERY COiJNTr, FLURIUt1 COI'Rr B I7t

Hcdy Lamarr suspect Lukas is the alayer. .1.1b.J Y'1/Lt'' k >';' .o ''ijiiJl'i'If |! 11 strawberry and vegetable crops. ('EKY. t'g.
Anna Den
And George Brent When Lukas consults Brent regarding ; fL ( I lr' xf r -rw }\ ILl I IIi Those who need ammunition Yuba Long. Long Defendant, PlAintiff.Cane vs.No.jonnV.3732. "a. Howard Cooler R GIv.n tllvene,
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his wife' sanity, Brent Is should make application at this ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Ca'se No. 3740. 'Doton:',
In Park Film NOTICE TO APPEAH ORDER
office. OF
certain that thin ostensibly respectable l
1 PLANTA STATE OF FLORIDA to John AND ORDER pl'nlU.'ATIOM,
I FREEZER LOCKER ,
r' A doctor' love for a girl man Is highly dangerous. 1. q 111 W. Long, whose residence Is Santa STATE OF FLORii,.tPrtAQ
t la cold storage and freezer locker Maria Portugal. ., and his mailing R. Givens, who. 't" Ho,
whose husband he ballevea a ,_
I plant Is badly needed here to address Is':: % W. C. Sheppard Construction Hubbard Street re.rd' ,, ',
killer Ifl the dramatic situation When the husband's Jealousy 1' 'I 4 Co.. A.P.O. 406 % Postmaster Carolina. Or""no"Oto"' Ki,;
hrtt the farmers In this county
upon which the new mystery la aroused he d e t rmines to serve New York You are required
,'t thriller, "Experiment Perilous," la liquidate Brent. Summoning the and the surrounding area in the You are required to appear on May 28 194J. In the i"? 'PKn,
and preservation of food. May\ 28, 1946, in the above namedCourt Court and cause, 81>0\' n
? based It will show at the Park doctor with a suicide note. Lukas I j storing and cause wherein plaintiff seeka divorce. wherein i ""*'
Theatre Sunday, Monday\ afld lies In watt for him when he Wherever the freezer locker plantIs seeks divorce. Bradford CountyInelnextpfouraweeklylsl child and restoration Custodl! or i
find it to "" mar
l Tue day. dashed to the wife's side. The I operated the people sues.Order name shall Bradford County.. TeC;

j, ' Starring Hedy Lamair, George ,I t ensuing sho w d o w n forms a Baptists To StressIntermediate La Tourneau Group be most satisfactory way to store Witness my hand and official four weeklyhs .. "),"d"' I In i"
this thin April
ser- Starke. FlorIda.
food. We wish to see seal at Witness
Brent and Paul Lukas, the film smashing climax to the gripping .. my hand and
I WorkIn Back At TabernacleThe of 23, 1145.OFJo'IL'IAL ss Starke, orli
Is adapted from a novel by Mar- j' story. vice placed In reach every ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, 26 altpat8. Florida, lhl, A
I Services farmer within the next few years. As Clerk of Bald Court. (OFFICIAL SEAL
i t garet Carpenter. i In the SUppol ling cant are Albert Sunday Le Tourneau Gospel Teamis Those wishing further Informa- Hon. J. 3. Harrison Law Exchange A. Clerk of raid )Court A J 'I'IIon

Dekkpr, Olive B1 I a k eney paying a return visit to Starke Bulidina. Jacksonville. 2 Florida. T. Frank ndrum
doctor N. Nelse, Carl Esmond and Sunday April 29, Is known as tion about freezer locker service Atty. for Plf. 4-27: 4t &-18 Atty. for Plf. I>j'jyjl", r
George
Intermediate Sunday throughout and will conduct meetings at the' should call at my office for in- tl Ir

of a wealthy philanthropist learnsof Margaret Wycherly. the South in Baptist Churches and Tabernacle each night at 8 o'clock formation. Let's get this plant

certain significant and sinister Is being recognized by the attendance through April 1. Under the direction built at an early date. EXPERT WATCH
happenings In her life. MISS Recent MarriagesJames : of ail Intermediates at of Dr. H. B. Higgins they REPAIRING

Lamarr as the wife, Is kept a havo been in Florid since Jan- -
a breakfast at 8:30: a. m. at the Colorful Girl Show
virtual her prominent Blanding 1 and have
prisoner by Tconey Camp church where an Inspirational uary organized groupsof !

husband, Paul Lukas. and Fanny Northrop Starke, message will be brought by the laymen In many cities for the Booked At Florida; SEVEN DAY SERVICE *

Two sudden and somewhat April 21 Rev. Ted Brocksmlth of Holopaw purpose of better cooperation with Alan Ladd BackA

ITIa. the. ministers and churches.

I!.* i1+ ; --The Intermediates will have a Saturday afternoon at 2:30: o' technicolor girl show, star- ALL WORK' GUARANTEED

"' program during Sunday School clock a convention will be held ring Sonny Tufts Marjorie Reynolds -
: Can Use More '
M Pulpwood and will be guests at the morn- 'at the Tabernacle for the pur- : Veronica Lake and Eddie

Ing worship at 11 a. m. when the pose of organizing a state association Bracken will brighten the screen ll DRUCKER'S JEWELERS
dF
\\KITK TIMIIKkl UK1T, pastor will discuss "Who Was of laymen to be affiliated of the Florida Theatre Sundayand

Fla. ;eaus?" with the national organization. Mo n d a y. "Bring on theGirls" I I 101 CALL, STREET,
) Container Corp'n. of America Fernandina Delegates have been Invited from
: Sunday afternoon there will be is lavish with exquisite sets,
.!l visitation members the leading cities throughout the new tunes, gorgeous girls and
--I a by of state. While in. Starke, these dele ...____ _ .. -a-a." _ ... L. L.'__ -
As added attraction
comedy. an
church to enlist those who do not
;) !
: I.t; HAROLD C. WALL Jos. I;. WILSON; attend services.At gates will take part in servicesat Spike Jones and his City Slickers

a hour the the 6:45: Training Union munity.various churches In this com- Chloe give their for the famous first time burlesque on the of SPECIAL This '

rl EVERY BRANCH OF Intermediate boys will Several officers of the National screen. Month!
present a playlet and at 8 0'-
Association will here
be Saturdayand
1. clock they will have parts in the Next Tuesday Wednesday and

INSURANCEH.C.WALL I evening worship hour. The pas- Sunday to take part In the Thursday, fans will ,have the opportunity - .

tor's mes sage will be, "When meetings. of welcoming back Alan !

Nearness Doesn't Count." Ladd In his first film since' receiving PHOTOStor

A cordial welcome Is extendedto 5th Sunday MeetingThe a medical discharge from

all services throughout the day. the Army. He Is co-starred with I
New River Fifth Sunday: Loretta Young In "And Now To

'r AGENCYConstant meeting: will be held with the I morrow", one of the most beautiful -

tai & Evangelist ZvodaAt Heilbronn Baptist Church Satur- I love stories ever to reach r i

Heilbronn ChurchWalter day and Sunday April 28 29. the screen. Ladd plays the role

l Service Over 50 Years Everybody Invited. L.. G. Hem- of a doctor who falls in love with GRADS

t t Zvoda evangelist and ingway, pastor.Memorial .' his beautiful patient who la engaged

lecturer of Ashevllle, N. C., will r to another.
Please Phone 116HUNDREDS
1 ,, i, hold a series of meetings at the Day As an added attraction "It 3 8x10

r rI Heilbronn Baptist Church from Happened In Springfield" will be

April 29 to May 4, each eveningat To Be ObservedMemorial shown at the Florida Sunday and '

8:30: o'clock. He will show Monday and at the Ritz Theatre for$5x00
Day exercises will
1 pictures and lecture on prophesy. Tuesday through Thursday.This .
take place Sunday April 29, at
Palestine and world events. I is 'an unusual short subject
I 4 p. m. at Crosby Lake Cemetery
I ,, 4? .9 of details are managed and economically Evangelist Zvoda returned to The speaker for the occasion will that has helped more than one

P attended that only a trained and care this country from Palestine just be Judge E. K. Ferryman. American community to answer
t >Z-.' before the outbreak of World I serious ques 11 i Ion s concerning
ful organization can attend when the Scouts
have
Boy been
War II. He brought back some invitedto school problems and racial and This Is One You Will Want
Memory To
i urgent need for serving is at hand. remarkable pictures and has assist in placing flags and religious prejudices. Keep

Hfl' shown them to large audiences in flowers on the graves of 50 Confederate For All Time. Let Us Help You Preserve This

'ij *: this country. There is veterans! ; 9 Federals; 6 FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
no chargefor
Beautiful
Moment A
Fleeting In
Corner Call Photograph.
these meetings and there will Spanish! American; and 13 World and Christian Sts.
r War I veterans. Rev. W. G. Smedlev. Pastor
r'' DEWITT C. JONES be a different program each .
Services as follows
evening. Everyone Interested Is requestedto :

AMBULANCE, SERVICE bring or send flowers) Sunday 10 Bible a. m.Preaching. School each Sunday at I BRADFORD PHOTO SHOP!
'
'"I. Funeral Director FOOD and HOME morning to ,the president of the
and communion I
local services -
chapter, Miss Madge Mid-
't + STARKE: PHONE 7 NOTESMary dleton at her, home on West at 11 a. m. and 8:00: p. m. i Next Door To Western Union

'y J Madison St.FARM. Prayer meeting each Wednesday .:- -..-.-._ _._._ I..... _ _ _ .. _.__
'. O. Leonard. Emergency at 8:00: p. m.
Our local funeral home enables . .
us tot Assistant, Home Demonstration , ,
+ ; offer conveniences; and services; not Work NOTESBy iv rinrtiT' cot.."'. BHADFOIUI
a CO I NTY. FI.OIUIlll IX
i CHANfKHY. : -
otherwise available.ATTENTION. L. T. Dyer, County Agent .
MAKING ONE POUND OF MEAT Mary Eleanor Plrkby, a minor by

n, .- TASTE LIKE TWO VACCINATING HOGS The Margaret friend. Plaintiff Mclurha, OH v...her Norman next bent I*

4 With meat supplies short ingenious latest information Is that theLegislature Blrkuv. Defendant Cane No. 806*.
? ORDER) OF pt'RLICATION
homemakers are spread- has passed the appropriation AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

Ing the meat to .make one pound bill pro viding for ..STATE OF FLORIDA to: Norman
taste like two. serum and virus for vaccinating I Hlrkby whose legal residence !1M
: Highland Park,
Michlirnn. and
Because meat Is such a flavorful hogs but that the governor had whose actual mailing address Is
not signer! it. This means thatit Pfc. Norman L. nirkbv_3 85D49 38,
food when the ration is small f'ranoh10.' ; 2-Siiiadron| I>. Box No.
4y it's Important to stretch the may be another week or twobei'ore 858. Rarkudale Field Louisiana.
meat I .
SMALL RETAIL MERCHANTDo You are xal.R
any hogs may be vacci- required to appear on
,
savor as far as possible and to nated. Those May 28, 1945, In the above named
who
wish to have :
step-up appetizing flavor In other Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
!. hogs vaccinated should list them I seeks divorce and restoration of
ways. at this office maiden name. Bradford County
so that time and .
You Know If Your Business Shows A Well-seasoned stuffings are excellent mileage may be saved when they Telegraph In next four shall weekly publish Issues.this Order

extenders Herbs, curry are treated. List them now.AMMUNITION < Witness my hand and official
powder, or Mexican spices can seal at Starke, Florida, this April
Profit
Every Month? We have secured ::11. 1945.
pep up flavor in dishes sparse In an additional quota of shot- A. J. THOMAS
As Clerk of said Court.
meat.
gun shells and 22
&
ga. cartridgesfor OFFICIAL SEAL)
This advertisement Is directed to the Two pounds of lean raw boneless farmers who need the ammu- Atty Knight. for& Knight, Starke Florida

local retailers who not meat make 5 to 6 servings of a Pit. 4-27 4t 5-18 You Safeguard Both Your Aooearance and
r=, possibly may employ -
good all-meat stew, but one poundcan Your Clothes When You Send Them to Us ,
r full time
a bookkeeper and who have
b, be
with
combined
+ t M never become acquainted with RETAIL In any desired combination vegetables tomake CLASSIFIED ADS -j For Cleaning; Our Method Restores Color

ACCOUNTABILITY and Life to Fabrics Lengthens the
Departmentalized
that many servings. TO
Merchandising, Selling Price Accounting. bring out the full flavor WANTED-Few loads of top roll LOST Life of The Garment.
of meatIn Larry's Place, Klngsley Lake Itp -Last week ladles. tan military -
This system will absolutely prove a stew, cut it into small pieces style, raincoat. Reward If

,1 r whether you are making a profit or show sprinkle with salt and pepper, roll LOST bay A scars HOHSE--Ulase on left! hind face I..",,;.dark lie- Mrs.returned 1.. S.to Hutto Sharon, near A.depot.Hall Itp or

ing a loss each month. in flour and brown In fat, with or ward of *2S, otlfy C. H. Harper LotlT-Olaek
without Bun 481. Rte. 1, Atlantic Garage Angus male butt-
onion. Browning the meat Klngsley headed Z i
Lake Highway 48, yrs old, unmarked ROBT.
well before adding moisture Is the Camp. Standing Road tf unbranded. Reward If notified 315
:rr4' E. L. Kelly Rte 2, Lake
IF INTERESTED flavor trick. Butler.
WRITECAMPBELL'S Another to GREEN
way HAVE IT FIXED Many little 2tp TempleAve.
add flavor Is to brown the flourto thing are breaking up around

be used for thickening the the would hou r-.place e theee If days you could that you net WANTED tical nurse- Housekeeper on Klngsley.or Lake.prac Owner a .

ACCOUNTING SERVICE gravy in the oven or in a heavy thorn. .'hl. !I. Impossible, but Room and board furnished. Con
1 skillet over low heat. maybe f ('an' fix It. Auk for tact Major Dowtng. Post Engin
wr Frank at Telegraph Office tfFOU eer Office, Camp Blandlng. Fla.

Putting a "lid" on the stew and SA.L1i-Concret.: Up

BOX 269 STARKE, FLA. baking It as a pie stretches the house, 1 apartment block apartment In.' WANTESom.one to repair I
servings still farther. Make the corns 1205 per month. Cheap for fence for yard and garden. Mrs
cash. Phone 94. tf Ruth RossLi Ate. 1,
meat pie cover of pastry, or a Starke. Box 112.
----- - ------ layer of FUR SALE-Trapneeled Itp
---- -- mashed white Leghorn
y potatoes, rounds
of biscuit dough or corn-meal 70%I..et.T. T...months chicken old. LayIng cost- FOR without SALE: battery.- One In battery first radio BRADFORD

mush brushed with melted fat 40o each. when one day old. watch. 177'jewOne Illinois pocket class
Have 1,000 fur ,
then ante. Rains Poul. Ilk.
brown
In the n.w. $28.
oven. try Farm. Old Can be
Thoma. Place. seen :1 miles out Jack
FOR A little meat goes a long way 5-13 4tp sonvllle highway by new church
SALE also in house, A. F. Lowe
stew
scalloped with maca- FOR SALE- Broilers, fryers In Starke Fla.Itp.
roni or spaghetti stew with a lame or small quantities. Ask ENGINEERING CO.

r. ,lt border -of rlced potatoes or flaky at. Baker's Dace, KIngsley Lake. FOR ment.RE. : 4-8 %
Itp miles
rice, or between out on dials ,
biscuits Faro
t as a meat Road. House
wIred
,
' 1'; + shortcake or a hot meat sandwich SPENCER SUPPORTS Individually electricity T. C. Crawtord.(0 r

4 LISTED 2 SOLD with gravy.A : fndf': *,'*St.Bertha Pearce 7-*8-4tp 105 4-27 2tp J. MAURICE EDWARDS, Mgr.

? WI ONLY 2 LEFT pound of ground meat makes I, MATTRESSES of all kinds reno FOR W..SALK:P. Bennett-One good 1 miles saddle horse.
enough hamburger steak or meat vated;; furniture upholstered and Brooker road.* out on_
reflnlahed. .h.. PHONE 94
l' patties for 4 Drop us '
a card.
r Best Buy in Starke servings when broiled HASTINGS MATTRESS.CO. FOR SALK
EOT Bedroom
or sauteed "straight". But the 2JO. Palatkv. Fla. Beautyrest suit with
kl1yA tt mattress
' r DR. IIERLONG'S COTTAGES meat goes farther and texture -One and coltheater !
1q Is WANTED-House $20 and kerosene
t work or
} often practical
one
better combined with wood or coal
,1 Rooms and Bath and bread milk Oen.nursing.Del., Writ Starke. Thelma Brown. circulating!Mott! heater, |2S. See Sam
crumbs
,
cereal flakes. oatmeal; or 4-20 2tp Starke, Fla.. Itp We Can Furnish You With All Sizes

Furnished Soya flour and FOIt 8AL.K-Honed lumber LOST-Fox
grits, with their dimension. of all terrier pup, 4 months Concrete Building Sand
high-quality pro Brooker L A. Brown Jr. old. bob tall black diamond Blocks Gravel -
gl: Prices tein are especially Fla. 4tp patches over .y.... .
al $3,000 and $3,250 good extend- name of .If found- to Mortar Mix and Cement
ers. For write
example P. O.
a Box
soy meat 448, Starke
et ; loaf .. ward. Fla. Re
Only $750 Cash stretches 3-4 pound of meat 30 ROOMS lip
from 3 to 8 servings.Flavorstretching FOR I ALSO
SALF.-I ,
new four
Balance room
Terms tur-
ALL FURNISHED nl.hed home, with light.,
recipes are double : READY
Included In "Meat for Thrifty '- new garage three sleeping room porch. Also 1 MIXED CONCRETE

Y Meals" and "Cooking with Soya BOOK A lights, sleeping porch.furnished 10 home, DELIVERED
r ry ROOM AHEAD from Starke' mile TO YOUR JOB
flour and at Mid
Grits". AWI-73 Lakes See
available FOR W. L.
YOUR Andrews
WIFE 511 W.
y"' W. T. CLUTE REALTOR ment free of Agriculture from the U.S. Depart- OR PARENTS Madison IIP INSTALL

25, D. C.Recipes. Washington Gas Heat In. Each RoomLARRY'S Brahma LOST -wt.One 120 lb.black. numbered butt-headed WE CAN ALL TYPES
'
i 47.
on meat one brindle buttheaded Brahma HARD TILE AND ASPHALT TILE.
substitute
119 EAST wt. 2611 lb.., numbered 646.
CALL dishes He-
'' STREET STARKE such as eggs and\ dried PLACE turn to Ferry
i iI Let
beans and Litwtfv. Newsome. Kte. 1: I Us Give You An Estimate -
peas, be
may had free KINGSLEY -- ., 1t" I
by calling LAKE - --- II
on or writing Mrs FOR SALF.4 I .
Leonard. Box 287, Starke. Fla. 1000 Feet From B Gate acres, SV4 miles room North house of and Stark.20 ,I

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