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 6, 1945
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04909
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Heat the Dutch When It Comes To .

gaining ''Vith Natives, Sgt. Anderson Says. . BRADF ORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I ,

,noO {Whites In NEI After Jap Blitz

Moluccas 1 I Islands.. N.E.I. own all tokos where natives must Official County Publication Established In 1877 i

purchase their few simple needs. -
wm Rice, the main diet Item, Is ..r

this 1.200 Imported, but native fruits and

e ImgetWUalislanon Is a'' me- vegetable abound and yamsgrow \Weather
lie ot 100 souls. to a tremendous size. The City Council Seeks Legislation
tJ.our landing ta8tvenicle S4'P- native flour Is prepared> from ,

rlor her, I'd' .,motor waar bark of the sago palm. The K. '
IJII"f'.no.. There''are no bark In pounded In water, the 0. s Berries

II, other' than those conIrtt'd -. flour nettling to the bottom and Making Chief of Police Appointive

siD c e our'arrival. the chaff floating awav Sago

'rol WM entirely by water 'Is then baked Into little cakesor Damages CropsKnocked .

jungle tr lL Most natives raton as mush. Changes In Charter Would Give Mayor 1

I by foot, outrigger canoe.',. or . Red Cross:Collections Total $ ; Provide'y&: &
Two. Year Term
|artll. NEI belongs bag and baggageto out by one of the ; I i

h,.. ,'nODulation the Dutch who took the ,islands driest springs on record, Brad- Weeks Pension System .
.C(before the about 1670 from the Spanish, ford County's strawberry shipping Coal Will Be Reached By End of \

) was about who snatched them from the Por- season Is on Its last legs and H. Special legislation, authorizing the City Council "to j
11,000 no.e .- tuguese, who discovered them in L. Brownlee, local shipper, stated l
: the first yesterday that N. Sternberg, War Fund Chair- Brooker, Colored 22.00 provide for, employ and appoint an adequate police force, : I
and oneL place. Friday will be his
| s a The population of NEI totals] last loading. man of Bradford County ChapterRed RIsing White 49.45 including a Chief of Police, and to regulate by ordinance

jholic man I padre 80 millions, of which only 800- Peddlers will continue to buy Cross, announced today that Water Oak, Colored 8200 the duties, term of office, salaries and supervision' of all

wielded .% 000 are whiten. Java alone has berries as long as they last and Bradford County has kept faith Sampson, White 61.00 such officers" will be asked for at the current session of l
o In the event with our men tn, uniform as evI- Sampson, Colored 30.00 the State Legislature.At .
t influencethe 50 million and is the most of a good< rain, grow ,
ers will denced by the fact that when the Theressa, Whit 48.00 the present time the office of Chief of
entire ; densely populated spot on earth. continue picking for several Police la
d. What be- '.1 Normally- the islands are governed weeks yet. All fruit Is final return are tabulated at the New Theresa Colored 3.05 elective although all other members of the force are ap- '
of this week the Red Cross River White 22.70
e of him l from Batavia Java. where bringing the ceiling 1 price of end pointed by the Council i,
1 New River
War Fund for the Colored 28.40
Quota: Countywill ;
nth e Nips Queen Wilhelmlna's Governor of $8.28 per crate, with unofficial reports Vanderbilt A legal notice announcing the proposed legislation to ', p
subscribed.At White _
.m have been over 21.00
ed is still . ...,. the Far East Resides. However of some fruit being sold above be asked for' is published in
the present time $13,300 has Brooklyn, Colored 19. O
Known. Also the Dutch Colonial Governmenthas .cellingMr. been turned In and an extra week Graham White 15.00 Nabs 'Gator I this issue of the Telegraph, as
glided are the temporarily been replaced by Brownlee stated that the '
has been allotted, to some sections Mr. Sternberg, War Fund Chair- authorized by the City Council
who operate
Chinese traders NICA (faml I 11 a r 1 y pronounced yield this year has been the j '
smallest In order to give them time man, and his Committee composedof Tuesday night. .
stores. ever l
"tokos"-- KneeKaNetherlands) Indies experienced here.
to reach their quota Mr. Stern- the following persons: .A M r Among the other provisions :
S Acreage was
Civil Administration. NICA officIals l- very light to begin j I
smile with I berg la. confident that thequota Mr. E K. Perryman, Mr, Arch y1 are the following: '
20x30 and
Interior of our dry weather has further '
lie accompany our assault waveson !
'of 114.200.00 'Will be over sub- Thomas, Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy. "To increase ,the i'
term of
curtailed the .
,Inc dot remain unexplored NEI landings and begin im- crop. scribed when all pledges have Mr. Louis Shafkln, Mr. C, N.
mediately the rehabilitation of de- County Agent L. T. Dyer reports office of the Mayor, City
| this day because rug- been collected.The Mr, Fred Guy Mr.
moralized natives that those who were late Clerk, City Treasurer City
and devastatedareas. Frank. Wilson ,
and alt returns to date by Districtsare the Rev. Grover
mountain ranger They render our. forces planting truck crops are having as follow: Alison Mrs Junlus Smith, Mrs Tax Collector and City Tax

impenetrable' forests. All invaluable aid by gathering IntellIgence great difficulty in getting a stand Starke Business 5309.72 Tom Grady, Mrs. W Mundy, Mrs. Assessor from one to two

|Its primitive "'dvtUr: tlon" lanpresned -,from the natives, by pro- because of the drought. Some Starke Residential 1200.00 l Pauline Torode Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, years, and to authorize the

Into a parrow coast- viding us with labor, and by tak- corn and other crops that were Theatre Col. by Scouts 095.43I Mrs Ruth Morse, Mrs. F. F. Beat- City Council by resolution to

|strip around the Island. ing the burden. of civil administration planted early look fairly good In I Starke, Colored 239.34 I tie and Mrs. Glen Duke wish to City Cleric, City Tax Assessor,
lilef commercial product is from our shoulders. spite of the dry weather," he Lawtey, White 579.35 express their appreciation to City Tax: Colla c tor and City
Si' -dried cocoanut meat # stated "But farmers who waited Treasurer be filled
a- 'Lawtey, Colored 23.25 those who have given tto genera 4 may by ono
which !is pressed the valu- The',Moluccas us a whole an too late have planted three or I Hampton, White 265.75 ously of their time and effort to person

oil used in making your within the precinct' of two natIve four times without getting a I Hampton. Colored 0.00 the successful' completion of the "To authorize the City Council '

k oleomargarine and vegetable ra lah II. Throughout NEI satisfactory stand." Brooker, White 248.80 I I Drive. to determine by ordinance the sal-

Henlng:. Only other Industry the rajah and native kings are Mr. Dyer states that tobacco i ary of all elective and appointive

|,imar rosin from a native tree, left In authority! t u preserve growers: have been particularlyhard officers of the City of Starke and
l'h Is used! in high quality varies tradition. The shrewd. hit. I More Teachers Starke Now Has provide that the salary may be

A damar grove; remindsof Dutch have contracts with local Named By BoardThe Only One USO Clubs changed during the term for
( IUl'p ntlne woods at home. potentates which each pledges Cornerstone'LaidFor which any officer is elected or

I he white man In not allowed the other Hprclflc guarantees; regular meeting of the previously announced, the appointed
|own land here. All property' and you can bo sure that the Prison Chapel School Board was held Monday YMCA has withdrawn from the "To authorize the Mayor, by

rlulnvd by native I I. gov-, Dutch liavrn't I lost anything Monday AfternoonWith I morning. The principal Item of USO picture in Slarke effective and with the consent of th. City

jiincnt owned and can be ]('0.1'1- here- until the Japs took over. I business was the >approving of Ute April 1, and the remaining agencies Council, to appoint persmr. to f:.

A native automatically1 I The Hollanders find this the impressive Masonic ritual, following,: list of teat h e rj1- for took over the pperatlon of vacancies in, all elective or ap-
ns the land he claims. pro- smoothest way In which to exploit the cornerstone. of the proposed Starke Elementary and Bradford the Temple Ave and Washing 4 pointive offices, and offices hereafter -

wllt does not already belong I the Islands with mutual chapel for the State Prison at High Schools'' for the 1945-46 ton St. unit Sunday, 4' created by the City Council,

someone else. Plenty of ,, benefits. Ralford was laid Monday afternoon term: Mrs. Leola Roberts, Mrs. John M. Smith, former Y except members of the City Coun- I
urn' for arguments, I presume, When the Japs arrived in NEI in a ceremony beginning at Edna Prevatt, Mrs. Leona Char- director here left last program week cil, which vacancies shall be fill-

liro there is no written record. only 3,000 of the 300,000 whites 4:30: o'clock. tock, Miss Madge;Middleton Mrs. and will report soon to his ed by the remaining members I
ownership. were evacuated to safety. Of the nova( Tommy Colson, Florida Motor thereof.,: I''
Vivian Barr Mrs."'Ada Ward Miss r
.r ';; Warren S. Taylor, Grand'Master USO assignment in PenS .Cola. 4. (
remaining 297,000 only 40,000 can of the Florida P. & A M. Natalie Her I ail,j{r. Mrs. Evelyn Mrs Smith and their' two 'son Lines bus, dI',1llWttJ.r;J 'La-, "To.. uthorrfe the City Council !
lave fanners' ult'tttefikohradamar be accounted; The rest td e/fahftxALtljlltal4 III'- $ i ,
; led in the historic ritual which Ritch, Mrs. Ethel Biggs, Mrs. Sue will go to their'' home In Claren- bove with a five-foot alligatorwhich' '
to the Chinese traders' are believed to have been mur- Mrs. officers and -employee. ., of the Cityof
was carried out by the following" McQuiston Mrs. 'Edna Hart don, Ark. he captured alive just this 'I'
"camgs" I. Starke and to funds
have sheds in most dered. members of the Ralford Lodge: i Ruth Frazier, Mrs Lilly Bridges ; provide 1 t
| (villages). Dutch gilders I realize, now, the lancollnlt'dbl'ssIDgJ Mrc. Lucile Brown, Mrs. Ethel Mrs Allie ChishoVm, women'spl'ogl'l&m side of Klngaley Lake on the old 'for its operation. V iJ I
Smith L Turner, R. P. McLendon,
; director
the basis of commerce that we Americans en- enjoy abrief Colaon states "To authorize the Council '
C. H. Wainwright, E. F. Redding, Sewell. Mrs. Willie :Mae Denton Blandlng highway. City
Uighout NEI and the Chinese Joy every day and which we J. L. Williams! M. E. Grlner, : Mrs Kate Sheppard Mrs. Hazel her vacation USO before assignment reportingto in that an unusually large numberof to adopt electrical, plumbing and !

pose wiley traders-get the thoughtlessly and thanklesslytake Bryan Whitfield W. H. Williams, Cressler, Miss Mae Herlong Mrs new 'gator have been seen along building codes for the City; pro-
pey right back again, for, they for granted. L. D. Dobbs, H. R. LInzy, D. C Eva An.lel'sonIrs.! Verna Dem- IJyertiburg, Tenn. vide for the appointment of electrical j

Nettles, R. R Pea r c e, Pierce orest, Mrs. Ruble Mae Perkins, J. P. Higginbotham, director of the highways this season and he plumbing and building inspector -

Crews, L. Watts, J. H. Moncrief, Mrs Mary Silvey, Mrs. Blanche the club, expects to be in Starke attributes this to the dry weather or inspectors, and prescribe -
[ilipinos Seem Dignified C. Hobbs, N. for a short while longer before their 'duties and powers !
Robert Griffis and' C, H. Cope. Vandlvlere, James that has dried up lots of ponds,
Carson Geiger, Mrs. Ellen Law,, his plans are definitely announced. and for the enforcement thereof; ,
Dr. A Fred Turner, superin- the to move
causing alligators
determine their term of office
Mrs. Grace Osborne, K. D. Kuy- and
Beside Prankish GI'seasygoing tendent of the Jacksonville district "
Church of Christ out in search of new quarters. salary
of the Methodist Church, kendall A. W. hates V. R. Ferguson .

made the main address of the afternoon -. Revival Services
Clara Proctor

Jng fvt. action WIlliam with Duncan a Field, whole Artll-' people we've seen in stressing the Importance I The. Board voted to give a S-Sgt. Loran Conner Awarded D. F. C. I I

service battery now on Lu- the South Pacific." of religion in the rehabilitationof year's leave of absence to Mrs Rev W. S. Long of Norfolk,
those who have erred Other I Va., will conduct a revival meet-
, writes some very vivid de- Headlines MisleadingIn distinguished clergymen from surrounding -I Ernestine McRae. ing beginning Sunday, April 8 Staff Sgt. Loran L.. Conner,

Iptlons of that part of the this letter Pvt. Duncan gave cities and towns were: The Board held a Joint meeting and continuing through Sunday, rugged 23-year-otdassistant engineer -

|Id in letters to his mother, an insight into the false feeling present.The with the Board of County Commissioners April 22, at the Church of Christin on a B-24 Liberator bomber, /
| Mable Wall of Starke. A of optimism that some casual chapel project was launched -I Monday afternoon to Starke. Services will be held has been awarded the Distinguished f 'AL i

I Jent one contained the followI ] -I I readers obtain by hastily scanning several years ago by ChaplainL. discuss plans for a building loca- each night at 8 p. m., and Sun- Flying Cross, adding further

interesting excerpts: the newspaper headlines. He A. Shepherd, with the back- tion for a canning plant to locate day at 11 a. m and 8 p. m. distinction to his flying career ,1.M'. h:

[No air alert last night, and, writes: "The war news In Europe ing of Supt. L. F. Chap man. here after the war. No plans Everyone is Invited to hear which began ausplcoualy last September ; 4' .

|eve it or not, guys In our bat- continues good, but the headlong When completed it will be the were definitely formulated. the gospel of Jesus Christ, not when, as a "rookie", he .

' were able to put in a 'couple approach to Berlin has slacked a first chapel proper that the prison bound by any creed or doctrine.Don't downed two enemy aircraft on
bit. That's the way a big push consecutive in his first four
has had.Although
>ours ever Hugh Stith Given miss any of these services.
at a movie
after whichent of
works-In spurts ac-
heavy .
combat missions.His
actual building opera- The Church of Christ in StarkeIs It
on guard.' I don't mind tion. Before a major objective tions will not 'proceed until ma- Navy CommissionEnsign located one block west of the citation for "courage, aggressiveness :

Ping guard here as the nights is reached, there must Inevitablybe terials are available after the Union Bus Station on Raiford and devotion i toduty" I J
1 periods' when an advance lets Hugh C. Stith USNR. followed recent missionto
clear and cool and there is war, the laying of the corner- Road.
(ays something to! holt up and some territory is lost to stone Monday marked a definite was graduated from the Midshipman an Important oil target In ,
your School at Fort' Scuyler, N. Y. .
counter-attack Supplies must southern Germany when a strong '
|rest--etrang. bird noises in step in a program to emphasizethe
Stores Closed
palms and bamboo and ana be brou g h t up, reinforcementsmade personal, moral values. in the and commissioned, with the first Stay force of enemy planes attackedthe "
new assortment of stars. and tactics changed. Just lives of the class in a ceremony held at the Until Noon SundayAt formation in which Sgt. Con-

I Southern Cross is sail visible when a large attack has gained Cathedral of St. John the DivineIn ner was flying. The Nazi fighters -

beautiful, but much lower such momentum that, in the news- Home Sold New York City, March 6. the regular meeting of the attacked In four or five a- 71' l+wS1 +

> It was in Dutch New Guinea. papers, it seems the. end of the Canova He is now assigned to the U. S. City Council Tuesday night, it breast, coming In from all direc
war ,Is a matter of weeks, you To Hogan SmithSale Naval Base at Hollywood Fla., was decided to require all military tions. The formation fought off
Curiosity can be sure that It's reaching a for a brief period of advanced supply stores and all non- the enemy planes and managed .
[A little while ago. we were point where v progress will again of the large Canova home training. Ensign Stith enlistedIn essential business establishments to make a successful bomb run I \:: I ,

naded by three little girls who come to a temporary halt. The at Walnut and Washington Streetsto the Naval Air Corps In March, to remain closed until 12:30: p. m. in spite of the intense and accurate -

r e over every evening about thing is Just too costly" and dif W.. Hogan Smith of Sampson 1943 and was transferred to! Deck on Sundays. These stores have flak encountered.

I lame time and stand around ficult to be won ao simply In a City was recorded this week at Officer Training March, 1944. He recently started closing all day Coming off the target, the enemy !
I teats and sing for us in per- matter of weeks, and no one the courthouse after having been completed his basic training at Wednesdays.' planes were again waiting for ', ..... f !

three-part harmony which punch can beat the enemy. The pending for some time. I the university-- of North Carolina the already battered formation.

couldn't have learned any- long day's unrelenting The property, comprising four before I' entering the Midshipman Methodist ChurchTopic I Sgt. Conner was credited with
.R'r8 bUt school 1; their little offensive after another-Is all that lots and the large two-story residence School at Fort Schuyler I destroying an enemy FW 190 and

voices chlldren's"TocesncanleiM, count That's how It differs so was purchased from Paul He U the son of the Rev. and I of the morning sermon at assisted In damaging a :MD 109. M

only much from the picture you get E. Canova, Florence C. Flynn, Mr8. M. C. Stith of Washington, the Methodist Church will be "A Bullets from one Nazi fighter 1

he Filipino people are great ,from the headlines, which some and Eunice C. Kldd, heirs of Mrs. D. C., and grandson of Mr. and New Life", as announced by the entered the bomb-bay and cut e
tanding around, or squatting,, times make it sound as if the Florence Emma Can 0 va. The Mrs. H. L. rownlee- of Starke. pastor, the Rev:W. J. Churchwell.The the vital gas lines of the Liberator -

gazIng upon "*; WIth great whole thing were like a football consideration was $10,000. choir will sing, "The. King of in which 'Sgt, Conner was 9
181ty Old and young ..... a game which! a good team could Mr. and Mrs. Smith expect to Held For RobberyRay Glory" by Benton. riding. With utter disregard for i !

er with a baby on her hip; win if it Just played hard enough.. occupy the home later, but have The evening service will be his own personal safety and a- .. . .. .:.., t
randmother, very contented There's a lot more to It than not yet made definite plans for Morgan and J. L. Watersare featured by congregational singing ware that the s 11 ghtest.. spark '

a cIgarette In her mouth; that!" leaving their place at Sampson. being held In jail charged and the sermon topic will be, would mean instant destruction,' peering shamlv At ue.. with robbery following an en- "Righteousness and Life, Sin and he entered the open bomb-bay I :
rctlve --
sing their young ladles gracefully Pfc Jas. C. Addison i School Bus Drivers counter with C. F. Myers of Ft. Death". "We are having won- without his mask flak and suit managed, parachuteor to Ten Inducted
hands to their hair; Pierce, a truck driver, Monday derful music. Everyone enjoy- oxygen
Is the little boys Killed In Action 'To Bid On RoutesThe night. -Mr. Myers said the boys ing taking part in the singing," repair the damage with kit.adhesive : Into Armed Forces ,
from his first aid
folded behInd LS5 him to give them $25 for tape I '.
forced stated.
25 of Bradford County School the pastor Weak and dizzy from lack of The following Bradford County ;:
pome down to our area, stand Pfc. James C. Addison, alleged damage which he did to meets at 7 ,
nd In Bus Drivers will be hired by bids Youth Fellowship Sgt. Conner crawled backto registrants were accepted for ser
a action oxygen
tent killed In cut in aheadof 3;
[ look awhile and Starke, was for their car when they Sunday and Prayer MeetIng '. .'
> Move to this and the advertising p. m. his position at the waist and
01\ to the next. But Germany on Feb. 28, according year him on the highway. at 8 m. vice In the armed forces during
r I interest received the bids will be in next week'sTelegraph. I each Wednesday p. materially assisted in driving off :
a War Department message the month of March:
J lure whether80 impartial I'1Q his sister, Mrs Leona Bids will be received The regular meeting of the Official the remaining Nazi fighters. I
f81.0!"? Or they see us as Johnson by of Starke. until 10 A. M. May 15. Bible School Hour Board will be held Tuesdayat Sat. Conner entered the Armyin Elmer Richardson, Louie Lewis r
U r the Something out of a The School Board has several 8 p. m., and every member is November 1942 and receivedhis Waters, Luther Jacob Johns, Kirby !
ane them.latter, I caa't say that Addison had been in military school buses that need painting.The There were 70 children presentat urged to be present. training Denver, Colo., and I Swindell Lindsey Rowe, Jr.,
a little The Filipino might service for three and a half years painting of'these will be let the Community Bible School TheSubdistrict meeting of the Tyndall field. He la the son of .
like for 14 months. at the Methodist Harold Shiver Zenas Tetstone, 1
a monkey,. but and was overseas for bids this Tuesday of
contract. Advertising W.S.C.S. will be held Thursday Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner
American with the First by Mother are I Owen Wllkerson James .
Wesley ,
soldier acts lllce He was serving Recreation Building. u
I next week's Tele 2 Starke, and his wife,
We will appear in April 12, at 10:30: p. m. Route '
lest are, Without doubt, the Army. Addison la survived by also. Bids will Just cover Invited to visit the school at any sun- Mrs. Dorothy Conner, also lives! Carroll! Porter, Jake Bigg Edwards i t
tad graph School at 10 a. m.
brothers Church
most and five will: be continued
prankish breed four other sisters time. Classes ,
umans In the world, judging I one of whom R. M. AddIson labor as the Board has the paint until the end of the school. day with a class for every age. at Starke. I I ICan't # r

omparlson wIt i h. the quiet, also lives In Starke for same. ,


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1 . . . . . . a furlough with his family and I her son and daughter-in_hT""

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 1 4yN M ,, 'f Y other relatives here. I Marietta. Ga. this week, *' b

p? BrookerBy Mrs T. C. Kelly and daughter FIRST
ww and Mrs. Alice Thomas were CHRISTIAN ciiri
a Kay : 'q
Established 1877E. w Comer Call and
relatives In Jacksonvillelast Christian
___ ______ Editor and OwneR r i Joyce Atkinson visiting Rev. W.
L. Matthews O.
1 Smcxlley.
," . . . . week-end. .\
Miss Ruby Ward of Lake City as follows:
I Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered a* Second Claw Matters EGO HUNT spent the week-end with her par- Bible School each SUnday
'., s the Pout Office at Starke Florida A wonderful time was had ents here. I 10 a. In.Preaching. I'

Easter Sunday when about one Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Atkinsonand I and communion
Rabies On Increase O A WARNING that mad by J.LHARRELL1 hundred persons gathered at De- family and Mr. and Mrs. i vices at 11 a. m. and 7.3: p, lei Il

dogs are on the increase dan Church for an old-fashioned James Atkinson and family of Prayer meeting each WM
In_Some LocalitiesState in some communities over Easter hunt. About 4:30: the relatives day at 7:30: p. xa. *
I've heard and read quite a bit these days I've drawn up a little egg Bainbridge, Ga., were visiting
't Board Warns the State and an appeal lately about OPA ceiling prices blueprint for ending absenteeism eggs were hidden and the findingof here last week.

&; to remain calm when deal- the scarcity of food and the farm and labor striken: Place every them was fun for children and Miss Eva Faye Gainey and Miss -
animal has been sounded adults. A picnic style lunch was Phyllis Hazen of, FSCW, Tallahassee AT FIRST .
ing with a suspicious acting labor shortage, but very little a- wage earner, white collar and 1
1 this week by Dr Henry Hanson State Health Officer. bout the farmers being i shortchanged otherwise on the same scale] of served later In the afternoon. spent Easter vacations SIGN OF Af

Nearly 200 "positives" were reported by the State as they are. pay that pievailed before Pearl FAMILY REUNION with their parent here. O..

1'' laboratories last year ranging from dogs and cats to Present retail grocery prices Harbor, then raise or lower his About 25 persons attended a Cpl. and Mrs. Resale Colson] I
P various wild animals. Duval county had the highest on vegetable. and produce.aren't wages according to his attenda.nceI I family reunion at the home of Mr. and daughter spent a day with last G USE6
B. Colson
and Mrs. G.
out of line with the costs record. Let Mr. <
number of dogs reported rabid. every month stand and Mrs. E. J. Lewis Sunday In i6
of production but what the for itself. If fellow In ';:
a puts
Lewis week.Mrs.
honor of
"A mad dog is dangerous thing to handle and S-Sgt. Alice Thomas is visiting !:
rp'r a farmer actually get for his full time, double the contents of who is home on furlough from the oldl'repl2ratlon. o.jfi"C0 ; /,
one can't be too careful. On the other hand, there has produce Is a horse of another his pay envelope, and for every Aleutian Islands. --
_, ... .
been innocent dog sacrificed because of color. There' =
many an Just too durn day that he'a absent, cut his pay
hysteria and hasty action. I can think of no time many middle men between the by 10 percent Thus & $100 per Mrs. J. R. Parrlsh. Mrs, O. A. -

:J, when calmness is more demanded than when dealing floOr and the celling-or be- month employe who put In full Gay and Miss La Velle Parrish .
with a suspicious dog" Dr. Hanson declared.. tween the bean patch and the time would receive $200 and the were shopping In Gainesville last f .

"A should be killed 'mad' just be- kitchen table, It you get what guy who laid off five days dur- week.
dog never as The Gift That Only You Can Give .
he bites someone--oftimes in play. But if thereis I mean. ing the month would get only Mr. and Mrs. L O. Hazen and .
I've been a produce and $50 for his efforts,
vege- daughter Minnie Lou of Starke
question at all he should be confined in a cool YOURPHOTOGRAPH
any table
-and a bean
grower growerat There It In were visiting relatives here Sun
} gentlemen-UncleJoe's .
dark place for observation. (There is only one exception that-and I know that with day.

h ; + and that is when a 'real bite' is received on the 50 cents per hour for farm ]labor cure-all plan I in a f nut Miss Virginia Padgett of Starkewas

;,,, face). One thing must always be borne in mind- and the OPA prices on everythingelse shell. Now all we need s a visiting her parents this Studio open each day till 'ai

r even the tiniest break of the skin should be washed that a farmer has to buy. ,. bunch of Senators and Con- weekend.Mrs. 9 p. m., including SundayNo

,,1 thoroughly with soap and water and cauterized with It costs him 20 cents a pound- gressmen who hate sense Henry Pate and Miss Hazel appointment
fumning nitric acid. $S a bushel-to produce and deliver enough to crack a nut and all Stokes were shopping in Starke Satisfaction: Guaranteed necessary
beans at his of our troubles will be
snap cross over aa Tuesday
f "When estimating the symptoms of a dog it is
fence. far the labor
an and
' Miss LaVelle Parrlsh of Miami
well to remember that the throat muscles of a dog The main trouble to be food shortage Is concerned.
XMtns was vlsttlne relatives here last
'mad' That is the first HOLLYWOOD CAMERA & GIFT SHOPCall
that is really are paralyzed. that prices on things. the far- And speaking the scarcity of week.

part of the body that rabies attacks. The dog can't mer has to buy are fixed by the food makes me think about It Miss Juanita Lewis of Newberrywas

eat and worst yet he can't drink. Hence his slobber- ,\, the WLR and John L: where it hurts worst The doctor visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Street At Railroad

ing and restlessness. He's beside himself with hunger I Lewis. The Wl.ll, or John allows said I was eating too much of one Lewis Sunday.

and thirst. And don't underestimate him. lie gives time and a half for Sat- thing and not enough of the other, S-Sgt. and Mrs. Gene Atkinsonof 0 -

',tr no quarter. urday's work and double tune so my wife put me on a diet Beaufort, S. C., were visiting _

"And remember this too. Dogs don't just go for Sunday and the OI'A makes that's like some of my arguments friends and relatives here last -
price accordingly. All the (C80 she says-too thin to make week.
'mad. They aren't affected by the moon or any other
k'3 non-farmers lay off during the soup out ,of. So now I'm living Pvt. Ernest Edwards of Camp
, climatic condition as some superstitions have it. A week to play sick go fishing or on strained soup and soda crack- Wheeler Ga., has been spending po V '1
N', dog becomes rabid only when the virus enters his nerve
maybe get drunk then when ers Instead of sow belly, collard I
system. It is transmitted in the saliva of an infected Sunday comes. around they rush greens and corn' bread. But at NOTICFJ OF INTENTION' TO APPLY .
;St a ,animal and enters the ''system only through broken In and work the clock around least my wife Is very sympatheticin OF AN .NCOtlPI: "1NT. CNWAY'SService
tissue. This is also true with humans. if _the boss Iuen't catch them I her way." As loner as I wan W.Notice Is hereby given that James I
Pettyjohn of JackBonville FlorIda -
Rabies germs congregate in the brain and if the asleep. This makes the DIM out of a job and lolled around the an guardian of the estate of

S 1"" dog is destroyed by a. layman (in the head) it is'a 1 price on everything. the farmer house she never bothered to Inquire John tin, has H filed Klnlaw In the non Circuit compos Court men-

f' hundred to one that this section may be wrecked or hall to buy twice as high as It about my health. But ever of Bradford County 1 should 00, and I think something since I started at petition for the sale of certain
I damaged so that a. bacteriologist will be unable to makean working Camp : lands In the estate of said, Incompetent
ought to be done about Blanding she seems much Interested ,
intelligent test. very situate In Bradford County,
it. about my physical con- 1 Florldn particularly described Ha I .
a There are reasons why dogs be-sus follows
many may Since everybody else has a plan dition and asks :
about my health l.ut 8 and ,the North one-half of
+ of 'mad' small animal doc-
4c pected being according to for first one thing or anotherGraham mont every day. fet I II, Block 19, Temple's Addi- PHONE 147 RING 2 FOR SERVICE
tors. Hot weather brings many ailments to a head. tion to the Town of Mtarke, Flor ,

Excess thirst may make a. dog look 'suspicious.' Tainted . . . . . . I Green and Mrs Lorene ida South, In, hangs Section 22 28 Ra"t l, Townxhlp, In Bradford 8- .. ..-
:; foods cause upsets in dogs just as in persons and Carter I Pounty, FlorIda.
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. and said guardian will at 10 0'- O Washing O Polishing
of course there are the ever present worms which in Edward Norman were Mrs J. E. clock A, M. the 30th day of April
,; excessive doses cause fits, all of which makes an owner Norman and A, I). 1945 or ua noon thereafter 9 Oil Changing
grand daughterJoan OH counxt-1 can l b. heard, apply to
ny Mrs.' Edward
cautious and nervous when rabies have already been . . . . . . Joe Norman, ]!.fl'. and Mrs. the Bradford Judge County of the, Florida Circuit Court, for O Greasing Waxing
reported in the community.Tie Gordon Jones
and daughter Carolyn authority to null BnlH land At nrl. Electric
up any suspicious dog. deport all bites to a Calvin Starling of Clearwater and ]Mrs. Pearl Lee Green !I vale sale. In accordance" with the I O Arc Welding

private physician or to the county health officer. If Is spending some time this week all of Rising and Mr. and Mrs. terms his Bald and petltlton conditions now net tiled forth In said in 9 Tire Repairs

the dog is infected a few days-usually a week-will with his mother, Mrs. Kate Star- Tliurman Jones and son Eugeneof Court. O One-Hour(
Dated this 23rd day of Battery Charge Service
show definitely whether he was temporarily upset or ling. i Theressa, and Mr. and Mrs. A. X>. 1945. March

{ ', ;'' hi' really, rabid ,,**.,*,.AIL but a bite on the :face: --it is too Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Howell ; Victor Jones and*aIN son Bobble of JAMBS Uuardlan W.of PETTYJOHN the Estate Auto Lite, Batteries

t '';' near the brain to spend time contemplating. are moving back to their old Brooker. of John II. Klnluw. Non I X '. X

., ,'i "The best preventive is to keep your dog in the home Rivers In and Georgia J.'nneth this week. George I TIIH COt"VTV Jl'linn'M! fOUIT. Rlllott Compos Adams,Mentla.Attorney for Guar .. , I
yard.. He can't mad unless bitten by another mad : Firestone will nil tllPOim ('OI "'1'1.0"1"'. dian. 3.30 4t 4-20
'r go operate the filling station and IN IIFL: ,KSTATK::, OF D. W, MOOHK,
.y animal. Keep him out of circulation for the protection npceaHPd. .. 6 .
't OIL
of all concerned. GREASE
Bobby Frazier Is still confinedto APPLICATION UIHCItAUUK" FOrt FINAL FLOOR -

i his home this week because of TO AIA WHOM IT MAY CON- SUKFACINGAND ,
.- _'!' illness. CLRN:
S Not'lce la hereby given that t FINISHINGLOCAL
l WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOOD: Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal and son have filed my final report an ad.
Tommy and Mrs. mlnlMtratrlx of the ,
T. L Casey and estate of VV REFERENCES RIDE
.: WRITE TIMBER DEPARTMENT daughter Moore, deceased, that I have filed
,:,' Judy spent the week- my petition for final discharge, and
CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA end with relatives and friends In that ,I will apply to the Honorable FLOORS CLEANEDAND Florida Motor Lines Busses
Jacksonville. K. K Ferryman, County Judge of
FERNANDINA, FLA. Jiradford County Florida on the WAXED,,
Mr. and Mrs J, D. Smith, who 17th day of April, 1945 for approval For Safety
.;i - ..-, ..- .. of the name. and for final
are spending some time with ]Mr. discharge an administratrix of the C. A. POWELL
: :} and Mrs Berry Dyal spent Sun- estate of D.v., Moore deceased. Telephone Comfort & Economy
., I day with Mrs. Smith's brother- This llth FIAJUBNCH day of March J., MOORK 1945. 1113-Jf or Write ,

COMPLETE CAR SERVICE in-law and slater, Mr. and Mrs. Administratrix of the Estate of I>. nt. 2, Dox 88, Gainesville I
:, Alfred Varnes of Starke. W. Moore deceased. 3234t 4-13
,j' Mrs L. D. Graham and daughter -
: EloIse and Leonard MCKInney

of Holly Hill were visiting Mr.
'7 McKlnney's parents, Mr. and
w tS Mrs. John McKinney for the week Miisica Maestro. . Have a Coke

rum and Mrs. Murrel of Camp )

ee Blanding were Sunday guests of
1. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Bennett.Mr. e/ r 1 y. e
and Mm Cena Ohonnhv I
r Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Bennett-and I

son LeRoy and Otis McKinney
4 were in Starke S 4v l 1e i 5l
,. Sunday afternoon. 1 +
o Mlsa Katie Maude Easterling
and Mrs. Mann of Lake
Washing Polishing ..
have gone to California to visit
Mrs. Mann's son before he goes l

y CERTIFIED LUBRICATION overseas. They expect to be gone 1 J

several weeks. 5' I 1 an'I, 1 J
Polishing & Waxing By Appointment John McKInney and son Leon- 5' i 'I I 'lDC ,

ard were shopping in Waldo Saturday -

&. I, Only : : .; r -
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Starling had
;, ..,1 ao: guests Sunday Mrs. Starling's : AY

.IC+ Standard Oil Products parents Mr. and Mrs. Everett n sao

?j t q FULL SUPPLY OF CAN OIL ' 5 i /

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I t t'I Cor. Temple Ave. & Call St.

A :
.I .- DependableLife

... .
Preserveris ,
h in the expense but the utmost in the

l; sincerity! courtesy! and thoughtfulness \

.IvS,' +' SerL it accorded the .affairs of need in our gency.important You need in an depend emer . the cue to making friends in Cuba 1

ce'r able Automobile 'Insurance Singing, dancing and the soft strumming of guitars-all help to keep life

,S :- before an emergency occurs. humming down Caribbean way. And especially at fiesta time-the gay little /

h Isle of Cuba Is J
DEWITT C. JONES Buy it now] a mighty cosmopolitan corner of the,globe-a spot where the tf

familiar American greeting flout a Cole Is just as happily understood
} AMBULANCE: SERVICE Charley E. Johns as their
own native Salved From Hanover to Havana the
f AgencyPhone pawse that reJrsheswich friendly

5rf r Funeral Director 13 STARKE, FLA. Coca-Cola stands for Happy Jays brotherl-b become a symbol of the good-

f tl ;1, rhone T neighbor spirit around the world. -

( ..; c OTTIIO You .Coke-.eoca-Colac I a
............ COCA-COIA COMPANY $T I oiled by lu. friendly abbreviate.:

k 'lh R. STARKE COCA-COLA A Coke".Both mean th*quality pro '
.. plw.ntin0 THE TRAVELERS. Hartford BOTTLING CO. uctofThCoca.colaColPpIIIY'C l

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. e e . e eState cake noon. topped A beautiful with pink eight and white and daughter. Kay spent from I Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and-, haa filed lI"me In my office and 1 I..,. 11141. In next. four weekly Issues.
tapers of Saturday until
Farm the Tuesday at Jack- children were dinner guests of nan made application! for a taxd..d OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1. Thomas. Witness my hand and official' ,
same colors, marked the sonville Beach. Cpl. and Mrs. Ronald tn be issued thereon Said. Aa Clerk of paid Court.T. anal. at Stark, Florida this March
birthday motif Wilson Sun. certificate embrace the following Frank indrum, : i
of the party. Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Vance tftarke' Florida IT, 1 45.OFFICIAL
MI'!'. \Vbltlleld Crews used red and white roses son Bradley of Geiger and day. described Brad tord property, State of In Florida the Countyof town Atty. for IMf 80 4t 4-20 ( SI'Af.' ) >. J. Thomas ..1
Bran Jacksonville -
. e spent Pfc. Clinton Bond of ni. An Clerk of paid l Court. I',
: Camp
to advantage in : 1'1 ('IIUTI'I' t ..
living room Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. T. Frank andrum, Stark, Florida ;
Blanding "a
and In the dining room where she Bradley. was dinner gul'Btt Lots 47. and 40. Woodlawn, ('(.)1' 'rt. FI.UIIIU\I !% ( .ItA"V. Ally for IMf' 3-so 4t. ...3e7WY'
EGG IIUNTThe Cpl. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs Sun Hectlon Id. Township B South ( :" I
'.\ past ,
beautiful dies to Carolyn and the or IPHH.K Anthony 1'Intnt Marino, Defendant !
, ( and Mrs. R. H. Cox made little following with Mr. and Mrs. J. O Randall. Mrs. H. II. Lewis spent Satur- H Duncan. KIT Lynch Dulldlnir Cnne Nn. .IDNO.
flfr guestsFrances:
setting for the Easter Caldwell 1, Mrs. C. J Smith returned to her day night with her son-in-law JackHonvlllv. ria." Atty for IMf ORI Kll OF rnLICATIONANII ,
Ideal Joyce Williams and 1-30 NOTIi-K TO AITI2AH
8 Dianne and 4t 4-20 ,
hunt of the Community Sunny Randy Hardee, home In Jacksonv 111 I J e Sunday. ,I daughter, Mr and Mrs. Bishop The assessment of the Kal<] prop STATH OF Jo'l.oltlnA to: Anthony ;
fig Saturday afternoon.ter Johnnie Ralph Mrs. W. W. Fish and baby, Thomas in Brooker .erty under, the unlit certificate l Issued Vincent Marina whose ad.1re( I 1M
School Ice Ursery, Jane Rlcharde and San- Woody Jr. I, was. In the name of Unknown .6 Kill Street. Pi'"\'Idunce.I Rhode I I
of the eggs of that :
( finding dra Williams. city are now Robert Hall of Jack sonville Unless sail certificate shall haredeemed Inland
and to with Mr. and Mrs. Randall.) Both spent Monday night with Mr. and according1 to law theI'rnl'.rty You arc required to appear on aaok/3
ream stoweremembers of COMMUNITY! visits were occasioned by the Illness Mrs. dem-rlhed therein will beHold April SO. lt>45, In the. above named.
garden EASTER B. :M. McRae. '
h e rock to the highest bidder at the Court and cause, wherein plalntlfxvekn : ;
9u mday.School and their fam- OFFERING of Mr. Randall and friends celebrated the birthday of Mrs. courthouse door on the first 1I'.nday divert a nol rentoratlon of
e Out of town guests were Under the direction hope for continued improvementin Evelvn Croabv. In the month of Mar, 1D4S maiden name llradfoid. County
of this which In the ?. .
th day of
MAW 1B4A Telegraph shall publish thin OrderIn
11?.' Ralph COlt and daughters Community's sponsors of the : his condition. Frank Buchanan of Orlando at- Dated this. 18th---day of March; next. four weekly issues.. e serIous/

ynthla and Priscillav. of of Starke Lake Children's Home in Jacksonville I John Klvers of Keystone Heightswas tended church here Sunday and I 19411. A, J. THOMAS. weal Witness at Starke my Florida hand ,and this official March 1 I

d Carol Jean Moody our Community gave for that Institution the Tuesday overnight guestof was a dinner guest of Lavon Alvarez Clerk of ('Ircnft'ourt of Uradford 27. 1945
AI mementoesj each child at Easter approximately Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Williams. County, Florida.OFFICIAL (OFFICIAL. PKAL A. J. Thomas,
utler. Easter ( SHAD J-30 4t 4-20 AH. Clerk of .mild Court
.Driven a candy-filled 100 cans of food clothing valuedat Harold McRae, S 2-c of Jack-1 -- T. "Frank l..ntlrum. Htarke, Florida j
aver' by Mrs. Fielding Chapman $35 and $28 in cash.F. . S S e e . e sonville spent Saturday night and iv(' ('IIU.tIT'>' ("Ot''T.. HH\I>KOIIIoi > Atty. for I'lf. 3-30 4t 4-20
that i\ KM>IIII>*I iv l'IItN-
uniquely Decorated egg Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 6'.:"V. IV CllirilTOI'IIT, IIH\I)POHIIOlMrV.
loved tbe talent of Cald- L. Kite was with Mr. and Pine Level McRae. I \Vllbur J Md>. rov. Plaintiff va (' FLOIII1)AI IV CIIAV.KHV. .
Eae Mildred\ ,
Mrs. J. R. Kite McLeroy. Defendant. Cane
Ula Sunday and Mon-
'arren and Miss Miss Louise Davidson of Bar- No. 841R1 I. William A Holloway Plaintiff I v...
By II.
day when en route fronr his homein M. McRae tow spent the week-end with OIIDKR OF FPPUCATTONANI Eva Mae Hoi I 1 away, Uefomlniit
ell.OlOWNITV .
S .
Elizabethton. Tenn., to St. Au- S S 5 e e S Misses Lucille and Haven > Nt Tirn TO ApriCAit I Cue. :No R 82.OltHKH .
Crosby STATE): OF KLOIUDA Mildred
: off ComA gustine where he will serve as There was good attendance Little Elaine Crosby, daughterof Mdx>rov, whose resilience I I. Stools ANn NOTION TO AITtJAIl
the at t
regular meeting engineer with the Florida 'East Mr. and Mrs. R. R. No.4. Emory, Texan. SFATK OF FLOK1DA to. lava
Club was held Tuesday Coast church Sunday morning and even- Crosby You are required to appear on Mae. HolliMvay, whose rexMfnce. 1.
unity with Railway. ing. The Easter Is ill, but we hope she will soon April an. 194S. In the above named, Unknown.
week program was
fternoon of last Mrs. Jessie Howell came last be better. Court and cause" wherein plaint You are required to appear 01 ,
adding beauty and beautifully carried out by the Keek divorce. Hr dford County April 30, 11)45) In the above named
ring flowers club roomor Thursday from her home inCrawfordsville young people. Rev. W. E. Hall Is conductinga Telegraph shall publish thin Order Court and cause, wherein ,plaint&
for to the spacious Ga., for a twoweeks' revival meeting in Tampa and In next four weekly InxuexWltnexn Meek divorce and custody of minor 'ti
occasion. Following the Misses Martha and :Margaret my hand and official children. II r a d f.. r d t'"unty i
the visit with Mr. and Mrs.J. is returning for his street servicein neal .at i
session, which was pre- Sweat of Orlando and Miss Louise Starke, Florida thin March\ Telegraph shall publish thin Order I
uainess E Chambers. Starke"Saturday afternoon.Mrs. .
Mrs. C. M. Turney.rUdent. Davidson of Bar tow attended -
! by : During the Easter week-end Mr. W. E. Hall and Mrs. H. M I f/ ; tI
Williams played church here "Seriously Chuck, w
through the may
Betty and Mrs. J. H. Hundley' had as : McRae were visiting Mrs. O. R. EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING
Mrs. Lynwood until 2 :3
solo. not or
new cars
piano their Alvarez In Vanderbilt M d
guests Mrs. J. W. Ritch of o n ay
L-atts and Mrs. A. W. Bates were : Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Alt week-j night. after )
I Camp Blanding and Mrs. Reese years
ostesaes for the meeting and Bradley and son, Clinton of children and hire Pvt. Harvey Moore and Pvt. I"I
and cofce. SEVEN DAY SEll VICE
.rved Devil's food cake Jacksonville.Mr. mother. Mrs. W. M. Johnson all Samuel E. Mars hall of Camp *

and Mrs. Forrest Harveyand of Vanderbilt attended church Blanding were dinner guests of

RIDGE CLUB MEETING family moved to their homeIn here Sunday and were dinner Mr. and Mrs. R R Crosby Sunday ALL 'WORK GUARANTEED ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
used radianceoses Ratford during the past week.
W. N. North
Mrs Starling, Sr.
and sweet peas In decoratg Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher Remember the services at Pine

home for her meeting of entertained as their Easter din Dr. and Mrs. George M. Yeagleof Level Church Every Sunday

her Farm Bridge Club last ner guest T. Sgt. Wilbur McDanielof Palatka attended church at morning and evening. Young DRUCKER'S JEWELERS

,e State Ab the end Camp Blandlng. Pine Level Sunday and were din- People's meeting is at 6 o'clock.
ednesday f three progressions Mrs. Marn Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Stricklandand ner guests of Rev. and Mrs. W. 101 CALL STREET I
E. Hall.
Griner held high'score and son, Johnnie returned to their You
Irs. Fielding C h apman second home in Graham Sunday after Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall were keep baying

Mrs. C. M. Turney won In having visited Mr. and Mrs. A. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arch Dobbs
ieh. and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haialop WAR BONDS
bingo" and each winner was carded C. Davis since Wednesday. BUILDING MATERIALSUNRATIONED
at the State Farm after-
a number of Savings Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell ..

tamps. Mrs. North's refresh- and daughters spent Easter Sun- noon.Mrs.. 1:11: rinct'iT ('OruT. HHAI>FOIII> "
H M. McRae Mrs. Robert AVAILABLE NOW' II
ents consisted of a salad course day with Mr. Caldwell's parentsin COUNTY, KI.OII1UAI IV C1IAVArchie "It's had me worried. After I
Ocklawaha. Myrick and Wesley! McRae were ('Eft Y.
4th coffee. t visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall Horn*. Plaintiff. V*. Hetty ROOFING CONCRETE BLOCKS al), I need my car and have
Accompanied by her room-mate Horne Defendant Case No. 3474
IIRTIIDAY PARTY Miss El In Chisholm of Moultrle In Jacksonville Saturday night. ORDER OF LICATION: *> SHEETROCK O CEMENT to make it lost I So here's #
Crews honored her Sapp "
Mrs. Gurney Ga, Miss Roberta Whitfield of I STATE:] OF FLORIDA to (Jetty what I did . .
aughter. Carolyn, with a partyt F.S.C.W., Tallahassee came home children and Mrs. Sapp's mother Home Tabor City North Carolina ROCKWOOL CRUSHED STONE
her home last Wednesday afterEXPERT Mrs. T. N. Norman and son Ger- I You are required to appear on WINDOWS GRAVEL. 1
Thursday for a short stay. April 30 1945, In the above named ,
ald of Gum Branch and Miss DOORS SAND
Court and wherein plalntlfn
Easter dinner guests of Mr. and cause
Dorothy Norman of Jacksonville e e k divorce ItrRflfoid County SCREEN DOORS CELOSIDINQ f,,
Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde were Mr. Telegraph shall publish thin OrderIn
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. !
were visiting
and Mrs. J. H. Ritch of Jack- next four weekly t8nuen.Vltnexn I
McRae Sunday afteinoon. \ my hand and official Glass Cut to Order Lucas Paints y
sonville and Mr. and Mrs. S. R.
neat at Starke, Florida thin March
Miss Mary Lou Alvarez and
Johns Jr., and children of Starke. 21, 1045 I
Miss Marlene Reddish of Vander- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoinnn, CABINET & MILLWORK
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier bilt section were, visiting Miss AH Clerk of .al spent the past week-end with Mr.
Odessa McRae Thursday afternoon isoTirn OF* J'PPI.icinov FOR I
and Mrs. Cecil McRae In McIntosh TAX ImI.Ilswats : ANNIS BUILDING SUPPLIES tI
and were accompanied home < 11111 No. U13) ,
A number of friends and relatives :
by their little grand daughter met the home of Mr. and That W. H Edwards, Jr. holderof
) at i & Pleasant Sin. Phone 1325 Gainesville Fla. 9y.
Eleanor McRae. Tax Certificate No. 6 1 Mrs. J. F. Hammett of Chatta- Mrs. L. A. Crosby Sunday and the 7th day of August A. D 11133 I f

hoochee Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. .
Lynwood Watts, Mrs. Hammett -" .

arrived Monday with Mr. and I'
"I. called Gulf man. He
being Mrs. L.breakfast S. Hammett guests who of Mr.after and Webster says:_ "Alarm-A call to arms for defense!.' advised Gulfprlde and ''i

WORKMANSHIP Mrs. Watts continued on their Gulflex* treatments regu

way'' to Miami to visit relatives. larly. Said ,they'd give my

e Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cogdill car a darn swell chance of '

2f Gainesville were Easter visllorsijf'Mr. IJS w9 'iZ\ holding out)I"

ALL 'WORKGUARANTEED and Mrs. R. P, McLendon. L ,
Supper guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. '

M. Bradley Saturday were Rev. sajQ I
and Mrs. William Wilson of Rai- "
ford and Rev. and Mrs. Rasco
and daughter Audrey of Jack-
sonville. {
FINEST WATCII TO OUR Mrs. I. J. Williams and children .

CARE and Miss Kathleen Douglas at- .i 1! -.w

tended the Easter Sunday services _:. _

at Oak Grove Church near r
Lake Butler. sr1

TheSTAG Mrs. George Moody and children : ., '
.: :
Miles and Carol Jean, of /
Lake Butler visited Mr. and Mrs. : t- v

J. R. Kite from Friday until Sun- 'I.- ;

Carter Bldg., Starke .- _. ___ _v_'_

day.Mr.. and Mrs. C. O. Partney .- "Man, was that a relief I To j

4. know that you're getting the

sct From where I sit...fy Joe Marsh world's finest /lubrication . .

_ ,1 :; and that your car's getting ; 9,lit.

the best possible chance to
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America and her'Undergrpund" .


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We were sitting around after weapon that we've got. Ameri FOR YOUR( MOICH:

chores the other night talking cancropsfrom.Americanfieldsabout

the progress of the war. strengthening our position An oil that's TOUGH In

Chad Davis was saying how, In overseas in a way no other underground capital letters . protects

spite of Germany's defeat there can shake." against carbon and siudyel. I

ground was still to cope the German with. underfrom right.where Whether I Bit,Chad's It's for absolutely the A' Bell that rings for Liberty. . Every 'MorningMillions ** )

6ULFi.EX J.{ )
"I Oon't worry about them" glass of beer that cheers a tired

says Sober IIosL Ins. "So long as soldier's spirits, or the bread :

wc got our own underground In that feeds our armies and our FOR YOUR CHASSIS i
: of alarms have rung since fore. New found energy, ingenuity ,
working order." allies, every bit of grain that liP'I I
"What American farmers harvest is a our people were forced by war; to and skills have given our people out friction ot
do you mean-our un to 39 vital chassis points!
derground says Chad. And partofAmerica'sgrcatstreDgtb.obcr clench their friendly hands into self-reliance. They are determined ; Protection plml I J'

points out to the fields. /' -. themselves the task ,.
? of the to
Some to :
There it is," he says "und r 80e1. .. hard-hitting fists. apply i .-_. r.

that soil lies the most Important hands were dainty and beautifully ahead until final victory is won. j jII


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ml I''SOCIETY and CLUBS 'i! ReddishTurnerI Winsome Class Baptist Circles Recent BirthsTo April Johns,4,RalfordTdauThTr- III bo

I Met Last FridayThe Met This WeekThe Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Wilson' ,

I I Brooker, son born March 29.
1h Winsome Class of the First monthly meeting of Circle I --...
'-4 Combined Choirs Mrs. Kemp HostessTo I 46k Baptist Church met Friday even- One of the Baptist Missionary To Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Carter, 'PIANO FOIl FINE

''f Present "Crucifixion" WCTU MembersThe ing with Mra. James A. Lewis Society was held Tuesday at the Maxville, son born March 29. TUNI c

and Mra. Melba Cox as co-host home of Mrs. Lewis Haines. There To Mr. and Mrs. Carl. Smart, WRITE TO
II At usa Sunday regular monthly meetingof esses at the home of Mrs. Lewis.A were 12 members present. Bouquets Lawtey, daughter born March JONES 410 u-. **

the Laura Scott W.C.T.U. was lovely arrangement of home of rOBeS and sweetpeas add 30'1 I I Jacksonville 6, I iy.
a The Federal USO building was To Mr. and Mrs.
t held last Friday at the home of SII grown roses was used in the room ed to the beauty of the living

the scene Sunday afternoon of Mrs. R. L. Kemp. A feature of where the meeting was held. Mrs. room. .,

church the first choirs appearance of Starke of the in Joint an the meeting was the dedication of Louise Tenley, President openedthe Scripture was read by Mrs.L. Quality Clothing and Shoes-t -

Easter presentation of"The crucifixion" little Donald Jay Ransom Ron of meeting, followed by a prayer G. Powell leader, and Mrs. pular ;
Mr. and Mrs.! D. J. Ransom, to kF xl by Mrs. Lewis Haines. Mrs Clara Clyde Priest offered prayer. A Prices. I
: meditation on the sa
a v2r < II
the White Ribbon Recruits Scrip. Proctor led the devotion taken touching and instructive article
of the Redeemer, F
cred passion John Holy Stainer. ture was read by Mrs. Kemp, and I It from Mark. entitled "Many mouths to feed", The Largest Shoe Store In Town
'9; composed by Mrs. /, W. White offered the and
The minutes of the last meetingwere pointing out the value of the cooperative -
Mrs. Alice Lansing was the dedicatory prayer and tied a bow read and the class pins of pro I'ram, from thechild's .. In Bradford County.
capable director of the group of white ribbon on little Donald' t s orchid
and gold were presentedto point of view, was given I
v, and their presentation was enjoyed We Do Not Handle
the members. A remembrance by Mrs. Priest and Mrs. Haines Military
and appreciative arm.Routine Clothing a large business was disposed offering was taken and reports gave a review of current missionary Or Jewelry Entire Store

of and Mrs. Kemp was unanimously were given by the greup cap- events. -, Devoted

The chorus responded sympathetically elected First Vice-Pres talns. In continuation of the series of to Needs of Civilians.
to the direction of Mrs. dent The meeting was closed with
"Our Heritage", articles
tr programs on
Lansing and the result was a
and the hostesses served
The Union voted to create a prayer were read on "Freedom of
finished performance, effective and Memorial Membership Fund and' delicious refreshments of dainty Press" and examples

4 '" powerful In Its spirit and mes the name of Robert F. Clark was V, Turner announces the sandwiches with cake and Coca- given the Religious of Instances of this freedom, THE STAR STCPfWest )

,,,pl, sage. presented by Mrs. Clark as the marriage of his daughter, Betty Cola to the guests. from current magazines, by Mrs.

; The soloists were Sgt. Richard first memorial member. Pearl, to Pvt. James Marlon Reddish Present ware Mrs. Clara Proc- W. R. Morse. A discussion followed West of Courthouse -1Starke, Florida
Kessler and John H. Powell, tenors Mrs.
tor, Mrs. Louise Tenley
/ It was decided to accept the Jr., of Lawtey. The mar- dealing particularly with
and Blanchard D. Law, bass. Lewis Haines, Mrs. Martha Pel-
.i invitation of the Gainesville. Union riage was an event of December the responsibility of newspaperand --
Each excelled in Interpretationand Mrs. Mamie Mrs.
I to hold the district convention 13 1944 and was performed at lum Harper, magazine\ editors for the typesof

diction which highlighted the : there in the near future and to the home of Judge J'. R. Town- Kay Strickland, Mrs. Lois?' War- advertising permitted, as they
beauty of the oratorio. and
Mrs. Frazier Shaw Mrs
accept the Invitation of Mrs. W send of Lake Butler. affect the young people of today.
Others in the chorus were: Sopranos J. her' Pvt. and Mrs. Reddish attended Elaine Hlmrod.'l)
Epperson to meet with 1 In were Plans laid for participation -
4j Mrs. W J. Churchwell, April by Miss Freddie Wimberlyand The next meeting will be held were drive These Are The Points
Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mrs. W? R. the bride's brother Bobby with Mrs. Mamie Harper and In the clothing now on
Morse Mrs. R. F. Demorest Mrs. The Union went unanimously! Mrs. Strickland co-host- to relieve the destitute In Eu- fi' r
Turner Mrs. Reddish la attend- Kay as That Your Doctor
;1 i;& O. S. Newcomb, Mrs. R. J. Davis, on record as being opposed to : ing Bradford High School and eases at the home of Mrs. Har- rope. Mrs. G. W.. Alderman in-

? Mrs. M'1ldred'Drown, Misses Jeanette Sabbath desecration by the open- will per, Rte. 2, Box 481, old Blan- vited the circle to be her guestat
4 continue to live in Starke Will
Ing of stores for the sale Perfer .
of .
merchandise the next meeting.At
,I Priest, Sylvia Morse, Betty while Pvt. Reddish is serving with ding road. All members are urged -
} Ann Flynn, Janet Anderson, other than that prescribed the Army In the Pacific. to attend. the close or the ,meeting

v t Madge Brownlee, Seletta Sparks, by local and state laws. the hostess served a colorful jel- 1 'v. '
Jo Ann Dinkins, Jean Davis; Altos Special music for the afternoon lied salad with crackers, cake and

Mrs. Clara Proctor, Mrs. S. E. was rendered by Mrs. W. N. Johnson cold drinks. ,

1 t Hitch, Mrs. Walter Bateman, and Mrs. R. O. Nunnery.The '

Merry Beth Knight Louise Stern, meeting was closed with &#CtAhLt&the Baptist W.M.U. Circle Three

Hazel Fields and Elizabeth Massey prayer met Tuesday afternoon In' the

ttikl ; bass, L. F Smith: tenors, home of Mrs Mae Edwards'

Pvt. Harold Riffe and Pvt. Karl!; PTA Meeting. Cherry St., which was beautifully

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.V Jolls.The' > decorated with white lillles pink
;* ;,, stage was appropriately WednesdayThe Methinks Banter Parade was there was the clever tribute written I roses and pink hydrangeas.

p; decorated for the occasion with bigger an' better than ever this by Ruth Morse and read by I Mra. W. N. Johnson led the devotional -

palm branches and baskets of Illlies. I regular meeting of theBradford year-and, best of all-'twas in Grover Alison at the farewell and Mrs. R. A. Thomas

The beautiful reproduction County PTA was held the right direction: to church! party Virginia Smith gave for offered prayer. Taking part on

$ of a church window, which formed Wednesday, March 28. In the High ? . Every place of worship fill- Scootle . Went. something like the program were Mrs. H; L.
School with a large and attentive ed to overflowing . this
} the background setting, was Truly an : Brownlee, Mrs. R. L. Kemp and
group present. Mrs. L. H. Jen- Inspiring sight, and beautiful
r a
painted by Sgt. Scotty Wester-
Mrs. Louise An
Tenley. offeringof
nings presided and Eva Harou Once upon a time there was a
sunshiny day to make everything
field of the IRTC Service
1 Special tun lan, County health little hen, and wouldn't take $13 was taken. The circlevoted'
School. nurse, just perfect .' . Hear the Baptist q
gave a talk on PTA work and care of her own little chick ,. to give a gift to Mrs. J. P. !
Brotherhood the bus dri.
, \. put they 4n. ,. ,... ,
AU members of the chorus .are Higginbotham a member of the :.i. r
urged the members to cooperateto recently purchased to good say nothing of other little
asked to meet at the Baptist \pee circle, who Is leaving town. The
make 'their chicks-
organization an making its first to 0 Have
Church Friday night, April 8, at active and useful one. Village and other nearby Kingsley spots to But that wasn't SCOOTIE; meeting closed with prayer. your prescriptions compounded by a

8 o'clock to'effect a permanent The hostess, assisted by Mrs; .Florida Registered Pharmacist
Because of
Commencement Exercises bring worshipers to church Ralph
organization. The com munlty ; This hen was also a lazy little H. L. Brownlee served delicious
needs such an organization and the next regular meetingwill Alvarez and Tom Harding serv- hen, she just ate and read tuna salad crackers and punchto Consider
i Iv be held a week early, April ing as the efficient chauffeurs e. your medicine from your health'tstandpoint. .
its members will novels i
enjoy singing and played bridge and the 15 members present.
1 18, at 2:45: p. m. In the High .' Quite idea I
a good ,
some of the world's best oratorios School Home Economics t say; at chocolates-all day long- The next meeting will be held Surely you want the finest drugs
room. leaving no one with the excuseof
u and cantatas. But that wasn't SCOOTIE with :Mrs. L.
R. Kemp.
All members and Interested per- not having .a way to get to and chemicals that money can buy-plus tx-

y 1 Miss Virginia-Durahimer of sons are invited to attend. services . And thta little hen just said, The Business Women's Circleof actly what your doctor orders.

Brooksvllle spent the week-end "Too bad. but it's not my the Baptist W.M.U. met Mon-
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kelly of) Also hear there "
were some business
with her: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Plant City spent the week-end anxious the when another lit day evening at the home of Mrs. 0 Our prescription department is alicayiopen
moments at Methodist tle hen was sick or In distress
F. L. Durahimer.Slarke'a -
G. W. Alderman with Mrs. S. P
with Mrs. 'Alton
., Dobbs. Church when the altar kept flll- or couldn't' ret: where v.. at..t..rs__.____ _ \lfrm. n. A.. Wlsgins .. .. for your inspection.
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\ ""I I ing.and re-filling for communionand she wanted* to go- , as co-hostesses.-: '-co.' -1 A y a
it looked as if the prepara- But that'wasn't SCOOTIE f I
I tions were going to be exhausted ..... The topic for the month
,j' STARKEAPRILMADISON before everyone was served '. \ This,little hen, alsovwas,- always "Showing the Influence of Our

1 t y 1 Just as Bro. Churchwell waa regretfully scratching up her own and Cooperative Program in the Cen- CARPENTR'S

tl) announcing that he was other people's flowers and, tennial Crusade" was discussed

{ :tl.t t .: MONDAY sorry but "the elements" had rose bushes and front yards with Mrs. L. A. Canova givingthe

given out, he heaved a sigh of But that wasn't SCOOTIE! outline. Mrs. H. L. Houghled Your Prescription Drug Store
relief as Mrs.> W. E. JVUddleton in prayer and a series of
But there
was another little hen prayers were said for the desti-
entered the door bringing in a and she took care of her own tute Protestants in Southern PHONE On The sT.
ST. SHOW LOT new supply Seems she had little Italy. 84 Minit Service 1R4h&
forseen chick and plenty of other Following the business session\ ,
ONE; snow 8 P. M. what was going to happen little chicks too-and she light refreshments were served to
dashed home and got back
Adults 80c Children 60o just in the nick of time . and never was hardly ever ate a bite totaled $15.55.: I
(worse luck-and) when other

As for the Easter Parade itself hens and 'roost e r a too, I

The BEllO zoo twas far too dazzling to even guess were sick or In distress .. Junior Club Plans

finest attempt a detailed report, but or couldn't get where Benefit
BridgeThe *
IS did note our comely college girls they wanted to go, or didn't p/vi i

restaurant B k adding a bright exhillrating note even know'where they want- Jr. Woman's Club held its
to the scene . Dooley Davis ed to
go-she took
'emandshe regular meeting Wednesday nightIn 'm
... and bar in was quite becomingly turned out never scratched up other the clubhouse. The president STARKE FLA

_ ': an aquamarine frock with folk's flowers or rosebushes, Miss Lucile Mitchell presided and
CIRCUS matching pillbox while Nina
but actually planted grass in hostesses were Mrs Walter

:1't. BIG BIshop was tres chic In! dress and their front-yards! Spaugh and Mrs.. Leo Lawhead. Sun. Mon. Tues. April 8 9 10
trim sailor hat fashioned of the AND THAT ,
i:; ACTS ''same WAS OUR SCOOTIE! It was decided to hold a Bene-
; black and
: A checked
SIZZLING ...-.. BLESS HER! fit TtrUlp-B_. ITrldav.. Anril, 13,. at.
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material . w'
IkJ ,ALL NEW THIS 'YUI'' Glimpsed 8 p. m. in the Clubhouse. ..t -.; !
j ::1.p: STEAK ........ NoUman, who embodies that rare /
combination Add Easter Highlights: Thelma shoWtlaf1l94W;
littri beauty and brains, 6aDil
et Uil Jennings Miss Irene Lewis and Mrs. Vera
f" SEE town* of OddftM and learned that she has Just coming home to find Lee Thomas
........ been named Literary Editor of youthful dotter, Carol, sitting on spent weekendin 7"e jf hthe6 tg
Augusta Ga.
her Easter l
; "The Flambeau", FSCW newssheet eggs, patiently trying
; s. : M .. Also catching my eye to hatch them out! . Julius .;, 0, .
was pert Margaret Ann (USO) postcards from Fort .... tongi
f ........ Leavenworth memory of Wayne Thomas, daizle dances . and
: ," CHICKEN Young in neat white suit and Kansas that Arch Hon of Mr. .and Aim. Hlnhop Thomas 2 <
TRAINED HORSES Thomas promised to send him who departed this life March 13, < f romance all agleam
poke . But a
LION. PONIES. DOGS why crate of Bradford 145. I eb ,, 41 (In a world of light and

h'': AND MONKIYSI to describe anyt h I n g as berries and he County straw- Sleep on dear heart _; P g 'laughter. . way up
...... dazzling as an' Easter Parade T still waiting for sleep on
1 :. Neath the flower love bit', where lift
them .'. It you no well. In the land
B AERIALISTSCLOWNS If you didn't see It yourself, might be some con- How we long tor tjie) Bound of a was fun in the roaring
1' solation for him to footstep
For you just can't imagine what 'twas know that ;
And voice, day of 98I COME ONI
) I'm still your no tongue can tell.
waiting for
.. l like. . a dish of
,'j Connoisseurs 4 ACROBATS strawberries myself -, . Looks Sleep on dear heart sleep on
like the' dry We know you are happy there. .
,, weather's
\ Glad to hear that others are aa gonna get AVe know you're beckoning your I
'em before they drop down Into loved onen I ISayllJg
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t' absent-minded as I am . Her to them, '
'I- my price range ii Understand come here.
a friends are telling this one on eft "

? ofGood 0 '. Itrt Qr Mrs. Nat Sternberg . ,. Seems normal the Rotary Wednesday Club'seemed: when Joe back Wil-to Sleep In' your on happy dear heart home; above Bleep on

she bought bacon We'll meet
some and a few you eome sweet day
son returned to the luncheon Where all la
other hard-to-get Items to send to peace and love.
Food table for the first time .
r since De- ,
daughter. Ruth up in Tennessee Sleep on dear heart Bood-nlttht. h. < 4t
where "they can't get anything"and cember . It has wisely been On earth you will be no more,
spoken: "You Uood-mornlng to the Saviour
I,1 and can't keep a good
at the same time purchased man down . At you enter In the door.Orandpar..nt" .

t 0 : some lamb chops for herself . -"- ytr
M Drink % -carolyn. and Mrs.
In her haste to'get the packageoff II. H. Lewis.

.r she wrapped lamb chops up r RANDOLPH SCOTT i
with the rest and sent them wendIng ,

tp For An Evening % Tennesseeward . .. Now she GYPSY ROSE LEE '

V'' To hopes the chops won't spoil everything IN THE SOUTHEAST

Enjoy and else before they arrive !in More people Atlantic Ale and Beer than other. SHORE
,t RememberTry Oak Ridge! . Shame on you It must := ""

marriageable-age gals who can't ,

Our cook and seem to be proud of It: BOB BURNS fITs

Good Food s-year-old Judy Green can and

frequently does cook a well-
& :i :: rounded square meal with all the

Ice Cold Beer trimmings! . .i-. : B t L L-E o

1 There'll be n lot of jobs going

4 begging around Call Street now : &iTH N

NEWI4YREDECORATED that Scootle Duke is moving to r kheY 0

a 1t '+ Jax'vllle . I mean the thankless U soil'",

Jobs that somebody has too .I AH IC rAifa r- '" .- :, iroduar

rl', Ruth ttaye Jt; Her Favorite but very few people will . 'N WILLIAM ASaI

Mastodon "Frieda" But Scootle has the satisfactionof ; fen veY WaO10 CHARLES WINNINGEIt rvtu111
'(,i 325 Temple Ave. KXTRA DYNAMITE knowing that her .eRag
r friends DO ee -,.-.,'- R 1ar.w ------ l orwa
sy -
Ur $1.00 a minute If you ride Mm appreciate ...
her and that's lumpln l < hr MO (odto ncfu

+I bI -evidence-a very of great this something appreciation-As, aas r-e..wta r arrn ea r..,cA4.N..,arrr Also Comedy &' Latest War News


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of LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs A. D. Baker and Miss Nina Bishop of Wesleyan District WSCS Meet from China, will be the principal I SUNBEAM! TO !MEET t tI
r BITS son of Jacksonville spent the College, Macon Ga spent theEaster speaker; there will also be discussions I '
The Sunbeam Rand, Mrs. W R. t
I week-end with J. Ben To
f Rowe. holidays with her parents, Be Held HereOn and group: meetings. All I Morse leader, will meet at the I
Mrs. Glen Duke and Mr. and Mrs. II. A Bishop.1st I
daughter members of the local WSCS
Savage and little I Mrs. Jackson D. Smith arrived are Baptist Church Monday afternoon,
w 12, the"oman's
Thursday April '
C. moved to
bfrs. have returned I last week from Palo Alto, Calif Jacksonville this Class Petty Officer Carl urged to attend. I April 9, 'at 315.: : I !
ugh1er. Yvonne JlicksonvUle after and will be the guest of her week! to be near Mr. nuke who Is Carter of Vero Beach spent the \\ Society o t Christian j -
their home In with her mother, Mrs. Laura stationed at the Naval Air station week-end with his wife here. Service of the Gainesville Dls- j r. f
week here Tyson, for i
,ending a and Mrs O. W. the next three months. Mrs. Mrs. J. W. Klnmiil: and Mrs. trlct will meet In Starke, at the EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING ;
yrMnts' Sir Tyson also had as her guest last fr and Mrs. Wilmot Brown, and O. 1 L:. Beasley spent Tuesday in Methodist church. i j
'hfte Middleton had asr week her grandson. Jack Pickard, children Billy and Betty of Tallahassee Gainesville.\ Mrs. Kincaid left The meeting will begin at 10 .d\t!
t Mrs[ \v E. brother J., of Jacksonville.Dr. were week-end guests of Wednesday for a visit In CaUlesI a. m. and last until 12:30.: after ;*( SEVEN DAY SERVICE
this week her Mrs. M. F. Brown and Mr and bury Ky. *
quest Ernest Dowling ofAe Thomas G RUch. who has I I which a covered dish luncheon
htef Engineer Mrs. Clifton Brown. Mrs. G. W. Mrs. J. R. Hardee of Fernandina will be served In the Church
Merchant Marine been here visiting his mother, I Brown of Lawtey was also here and son Howard Ha idee of Tu- School Building. There will be ALL WORK GUARANTEED :
1 \trs, J Fitzgerald: has returned Mrs. Carrie Ritch, and other rel- and Joined the family party. lane University spent Sunday and no afternoon session. e
, no Tampa after atives, returned Sunday to Atlanta ISt'llnnlngprlJ 2 the H\'rrBnw. Monday with :Mrs. Hardee' Miss Rose McRae, a missionaryMr. I I
Lna" a efewiii days with her Ga., where he is an internIn Studio will be open Monday brother and sister-in-law, Mr and :
I tighter Mrs. M. F. Brown. the Baptist Hospital. ", Thursdays! and Saturdays Mrs. L. A, Davis. I and Mrs. A. G. Ludwig of DRUCKER'S JEWELERS :
only until further notlrr. Shortage : Gainesville were Sunday dinner
.1 .' I of all photographic material Mllledgeyille Mrs. Steven Ga., ,W.spent Brown Fridayand of guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. 101 CALL STREET II II
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Steaks at present Is the caiine." Hayes, Sr.
finest Saturday with Mr. and Mrs.L. .
The H. H. Stroman has returned .
A Davis. ...
Shrimpfoods home -
after spending several weeksIn --"q ,
Cpl. and Mrs. Resale Colson
Tallahassee with relatives. ,,1
O and daughter Diane of Valdosta, '
While he alto
away went tc the ROLL AWAY
reasonableprices SEA FOOD west coast on a business trip. Ga., spent the weekend with Mrs. t
at FISH OR Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hair Colson's parents, Mr. and Mrs.F. .
F. Flume. _
are spending this week .
with Mrs. Hair's parents, Mr. and Guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. BEDS
LUNCH Mrs. F. C. Holllngsworth. Knight for the weekend were r
Court & Call St. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fields had' Mrs. Knight's mother, Mrs. James I I
With Two as a week-end guest, Mrs. Fields' I Shepherd' and sister, Mrs. J. E. GOOD FELT.MATTRESS
VegetablesOwner sister, Mrs. U E. Miner of New Powell of Jacksonville.
George Kopelousoo Smyrna Beach. Mips ;Barbara Cameron, who Is I'I .

45cUIDON Mrs. R. E. Tanner of Baldwinand attending Barry College, Miami,
son Edward, of Atlanta spent I w g,
spent from Thursday until Wednesday
several days last week with Mrs. with Mr, and Mrs. H. J.:. l $49.50
URILL Tanner's brother-in-law and sister Tucker.SPRED. !
Mr and Mrs J. H. Fields.
:Mrs. Frank Landrum and child- ..

"Eat At The Best And Forget The Rest" Friday ren and in Mrs.Jacksonville.R. J. Davis spent ALL METAL r -:;?%

Major and Mrs. H. C. Wall of I .:
St. Augustine were Easter" week-
end of Mr. BUNK BEDS
guests and Mrs W. L.

BE PLEASED. Wall.Mrs.. Sam Dell of Gainesville COIL SPRINGS ANI
. spent Wednesday with her Bis i
ters, Mrs. Joe E. Wilson and Mrs. FELT MATTRESS "' .
Maude Brownlee.
1 I I Guests of Mrs. W. H. Struth
and Miss Kate Struth this weekend .
will be Mr. and Mrs. W. L.. $104.50
Edwards and daughter Fredrika, I
Mrs.: Frank G. Bauk night I of ,

7rt .,'/ and Jacksonville children, Mrs.Billy,W.Martin W. Page and KITCHENTABLES I' 5011E 1VITi1 9,501018.50 1

Merrllynn of Lake City. t'o& i yt e AIASONiTE TOPS
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Cpl. Ever e 1t e McKinney is " I "'" FF'

t / with spending his a parents 12-day, Mr furlough and ttt ; *St : i OIL I R A N G E S 2-I1URNER 5- unNI R OVEN WITH ON SALE ,!

1 1 A. E. McKinney. He Is in the .." ,.. ,, "", "
Medical Corps, assigned to a hospital -
ship, and has Just returned OCCASIONAL CHAIRS BIG VARIETY
it's the work laun-
With ,
some women a ---
from England. He will reportto f t. xev"s
dry does that leads them to select it . Charleston, S. C., at the expi- ii I ,.. ",,, '" .. ... .,
with others price is the main consider- ration of his leave.
S. Sternberg of 0 1'1 ando Is IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
ation. In our plant you get both per- spending some time with his son

fect work and economical price! Send us and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Denmark Furniture Co.

your bundle this week and see for your' N. Sternberg.
:Miss Eleanor D u r chimer of -
r Newark, N. J., arrived yesterdayfor ..
a brief visit with her brother WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITURE ;
and sister-in-law.. Mr. and Mrs.F. .

L. D u r shmrr at Kingsley . ., '
DRY r't''! "
Lake. Miss Durshlmer is a super-
visor in the Veteran's Allotment Soldiers or' thethey're

PHONE STARKE, Dept. at Newark. f I ,
and LAUNDRY Mrs. H. L. Brownlee left today
28 FLA.
for a few weeks' visit with Dr.
and Mrs. M. C. Stith In Washington -
D. C. and in Baltimore, Md. TS
Mrs. Jennie Thornquest, Prohibition PULPWOOD ARM f fi i
Party Chairman from :
NAT SEZ: Bradford County and member of J
the State Committee, is attendinga 4 I
fA Who can remember the good old committee meeting of the State _"
days when all we had to worry officers In Orlando this week. ;' K i

.. about watt the annual Inventory Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Hyman, ii i
v,,1 1' Nowaday. I do BO much figuring Miss Murlam Greene and Raymond
.r for the OPA I go to sleep sayIng Silver spent Wednesday at 1
tho multiplication tables and Jacksonville Beach. iI#
woke up numb ling compound Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dryer and
fractions. The only bright spot Miss Doris Feuerstein of Brook-
on the horizon is that the State' lyn, N. Y., are visiting their son, I
!* considering building a branchof Pvt. Frank Dryer of Camp Blan-
Chattaliooche on a lake In ding and friends Mr. and Mrs.

South Florida. It sounds! like a I Abraham Hyman. 1f/adalte 1Q'ate 7"lIed ".'
visited her AI' NIr
I'll Mrs. D. W. Moore
nice quiet spot and I know
have plenty of good company! I deter :Mrs. T. F. Brown in Hampon F i
\ for the weekend.Mrs. WALL PAINTYou'll S yr
Rosa Girton of St. Peters- ,
burg spent: the week-end with b. amaicd at bow quickly lad

her son Cleveland Neal In The- easily you can brighten up drab room I'I !'
visited friends here Saturday 1
ressa with SPRED. On* coat covers! No

after odorl! No brush marks! I
Jackson bas Easy 10
Pvt. \V T "Billy"
f1 been transferred to a hospital In wish-stays clean longed Com In ,
Rome Ga., and Mrs. Jackson expects today and lei uf show you by demon- 'I' y. t
j'P to Join him there soon. 4 L ,
station that SPRED if superior to
Bobby Biggs has received a
I 3SM RLMEN EVERYWHER 1 medical discharge from the Navy, ordinary water-thinned paints ,
and will finish the school year at C_/4rr,1'e a e Rtwsc r /
Bt'jlnnlngpl'lI 2 the Homer

1 Bros. Studio will be open Mondays vital to Victory i
Thursday and Saturdays J98oALL0N ,
only until further notice. Short-
of all photographic materials -
SHOES J FOR MEN age at present l It the l'lIou..e. The men who wield their exes and saws in Men whose war job is pulpwood produce

Spending the holidays with their FASTI ) the Army of the Woods are playing a vital tion are keenly aware of the importance of : h

respective families were Misses. part in winning the war. In fact, many of their assignment and the necessity of getting : ,

Ida Lou and Marjorle Sewell Davis., and 1 GALLON PAST MAKES them have been specifically draft deferred out every possible cord. _'
Gayle and Virginia
No mailer what your politic Catherine Nollman. Tbey are attending because their boards felt they ciuld render

feel demand FSCW Tallahassee Tff113 tt more valuable! service cutting pulpwood -= li J
your ease / Gene Edwards was carried to ...._..,,n,,_. "'.._......_ than in the front line.Great credit is also due
and comfort..That's: why; RaIford Hospital Tuesday morn- to the foresters and county gents and others Keep t
Ing following a fall from a bridge Up the I )
mart men cast their vote Monday afternoon. His conditionIs who have supplied the technical information kvr ;

,ant! precious ration coupon not serious. end helped organize the work. QuaIWI.TIJ.IMI //ity i i'
J. P Johns was carried to ,..
.) for expertly crafted I Gainesville Hospital I Saturday f* A Great Responsibility and :;Your P.'pwood is i

manly styled City Club. night take ,20 where stitches it was In his necessary stomach to Pulpwood is a vital material! with countless pork mey 6.rwasd nvfi yard I I
following an altercation earlier in war that shortage of pulpwood is so F:7 /'. : : Rigid rtt1JJ. \i'

the evening. He' has returned to serious it is now on the war production s ryJcs Wood pduds .m.ond 'lro
his home here. urgency list. b.mOd.o'goo' arm.d4A I
$6.50Sternberg's ."
Cpl. Herbert Green of Cherry wood.
Point N. C., spent the weekend
with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. *Jf' I
Green. ... ".
Adam ,
Guests of Mrs. E 1. Bigg this I IU

. a week Griffin are ot her Jacksonville aunt. Mrs.and W.her J. J VICTORY PULPWOOD I COMMITTEE: '

mother, Mrs. O. J. Griffin of St. E. Call Street JIJ ':I'I'I'J S
I Augustine STARKE, FLA. L. D. Vining, Hal Edwards, Lester Kite, i .

Guests this week of Mr. and Hogan Smith, Tyler Jones, J. K. Douglas "
are their son ; UNIOt 1
Mrs. A. J. Starling WF HAVE AvCOMRlfKi oil
and daughter-In-I a w,. Mr. and TIMI..TISTID FA'NTS. : SO -**,*...><({*/ L. T. DYER, ChairmanlIDAV. I ; sif
Mrs. Clyde Starling and Mrs. J. YOU CAN HO IT YOUfSllf H
R. Quinn of Avon Park.



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Russell McRae of Starke and was COUNTY, FLOHIUAl IN: CHAN. A. Clerk of said Courtl' '1'110'>
to be made In the business dis- a former star player on the Tor- CKIiV.Francla. Walter C. Harde.ty n"
Colored Residents amountsthe viii Klwond Hunter, Plaintiff, '.tona.. Beach. Pa., nn1121. ,
trict to determine the j lE IPARAtDE: .nado football Hunter, Defendant Ally r
siw squad VB. Blanche Elisabeth' 1.18 4t 46No f or
i Exceed QuotaIn colored employees paid to I Cane No. 3656 I
Red Cross Drive their employers. Quite a ON FURLOUGH ANI NOTICE TO APPKAK Irael .-. -

' The colored citizens of Bradford amount was contributed by colored -I Pfc Howard Conner Hayes and GodwinIn I HOME Cpl.: Gene Goodge recently enjoyed Kllnahelh STATE OF Hunter FLORIDA, whose to address: Blanch 1* :
t at "
I citizens who are employed a 15-day furlough with his unknown.YoU -
n d e d whole- In Action Iwo Battle on
Wounded to
County respo are required appear
Camp Blandlng, the total of which I par e n t s, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. April 16 1945, In the above named
heartedly under the tireless would place our contribution far I Pvt. Howard A. Conner, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes, Sr., Goodge of Starke.He Court and came, wherein plaintiff
of their chairman, Prof. I back at Esler Field, Reeks divorce. :Bradford County
I beyond the amount thus given" Mr' and Mrs O. C. Conner of received their first letter t h i a is now Telegraph shall puhllnh thin OrderIn .
,, A. O. Jenkins la raising 419.69 It waa stated. Starke, waa wounded in action on ,j week from their son Wm. Enos La, where he is stationed with next four. weekly iBBuea. official
to date In the Red Cross War Prof. Jenkins would like to Feb- --, 12- in Germany I Hayes, since he has been on Iwo the Army Air Corps. neal Witness at Stirke my, Florida hand this March

Fund Drive which clones this thank each chairman, co-worker, -.r. accordingt Jlma. They received a letter Uth, 1948.OFFICIAL.
( t4 I citizen, and the chur c h e a and t official War stating that he had arrived there NBWDDRESSE ( REAL) A. J. Thomas,
f week. I schools for what they have done. Department noti the first of March, and this letter OF SERVICE MEN As Clerk of Bald Court. Florida
"We know that when a com I not much about Cpl. L. H. Harper, 1328 AAFB. 'F. Frank Landrum,
"Those workers who have fication. According didn't say very Atty. for fit. 8-18 4t 4-6
plete report Is made next week, reported are asked to make their to letters the battle. He said that he had U. Area II, ICD ATC, APO _

the sum will exceed our quota by: reports by Sunday of this week written to his 1 seen Garland Godwin and talked 489, New York. iv COl rinrriT'MTV, FLOHIUAl roi'I T. BRADFORD IV CIIAN-
J over a hundred dollars," Jenkins that we may obtain a full report parents, Pvt. with him on the island. In a Pvt. Willie H. Brown, Prov. CEHY.Ountave. Matter
tated. and that credit may be given to 4 tr Conner receiveda letter to his folks here Garland Det., 190 QM Bn. (M) TC, APO Alexander Lapolla, Plaintiff

It will be necessary for a check us, the chairman announced. leg injury and Godwin said that he had been in 562, New York. Defendant, vs. Frances Cane Clvltella No. 861>1. Lapolla, What
( Is still unable to a foxhole .on the island for 14 Pfc. E. M. Long, Jr., 872 Bomb ORDER OF PUBLICATION. Bran t
walk, although days Sq. (VH) 382 Bomb Gp., SHAAF, OF FLORIDA to: Frances
gradually 1m- Enos' address is Pfc. Wm. E. Salina, Kan. Clvltellit Lapolla, whose residenceand of S

1. '? Delight The Heart of the pro v 1 n g. His Hayes, 860456, H & S Co., 5th Pfc. Clyde Prevatt, Hq. Co. 3rd lOlRt post Road office, South address Oxone .Park Is: ,105-18 NewYork I e r viC (

present addressIs Ergr. Bn., 5th Marine Dlv., FMF1, Bn., 167 Inf, APO 31, San Francisco You, are required to appear o. .
Sweet Young Graduate : Pvt. Howard A. Conner, IT. S. cio FPO, San Francisco, Calif. Calif. April 13 1946. In the above named I nYOU'LL ..
H & Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
I Hosp. Plant 4124, N. Y., N. Y. Capt. E. W. Hayes, Jr., is In Phm. 3-c John B. McCall. seek divorce. Bradford County
S. Co., 5th Pioneer Bn., 5th Dlv.
the New Caledonian Islands. He Telegraph nhall publish this OrderIn
GOODGE Marines, FMF, care FPO, San next four weekly /laauea.Wltnem .
:4r' has been In We southwest my hand and official
ON NEW JOB IN FRANCE almost a year and has beenIn Francisco, Calif. Ural at Starke, Florida, this March ALWA.
Pfc. Theodore J. Goodge, son service since a year before Pvt. Walter A. Davis, Inf. C. M. 16, 194G.
of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Goodge of Pearl Harbor. Both the boys 2nd Pit, APO 15878, New York.
Starke, was a member of an AirForce across from Los'1'Angeles,1Calif. Pfc. H. B. Stokea, Co. L 162nd TERMITE ERADICATION FINDA
recently rushed across went Inf. APO 41, San Francisco, Calif.
; to S 1-c Ernest Garrett, ReceivingUnit
the channel from England yob see flying ants comingIn
mss France to help keep America's TWO RETURN; UNDER ATB, Little Creek, Va. or out of your house the

:: bombers and fighter flying. ROTATION PLAN chances are you have termites HEARTY

Part of the vast organizationwhich I To the extent that shipping Post Office ClosingWednesdays and you Mill be able to save

t ; broke records before D-Day space (is available, the War Department At NoonAn yourself a big: repair bill. A WELCOMEat
supplying the Eighth and Ninth la endeavoring to return nominal charge for Inspection.We .
Ru i"i = Air Forces in their pre-lnvaslon to this,coun try, under a rotation announcement was made can give best Gainesville

u operations, Pfc Goodge is doing furlough plan, men and this week by Postmaster F. F. references.
"i t' I his share to pre pare the Air women who have already served Stump that the local postofflce TelephoneC.
Forces for the final blow against long tours of duty overseas. It'i' will be closed on Wednesday aft- A. POWELL
Germany. He has been in the has been. announced that two fortunate ernoons beginning at 12:30: untU II43-J or ,WriteRt.
'''d European Theatre of Operationsfor Bradford County men'win' further notice. The train which I 2, :Box 88, Gainesville '

31 months. benefit under this arrangement. brings the majority of the Starke JORDANBAR ;
Y Cpl. Shirley S. Tetstone arrivedat mall is due here early enough
LT. BLANKENSIIIP Ft. McPherson, Ga., late in for the' mall to be in the "
;;' ,.q(i 'With RECEIVES BRONZE STAR March prior to I boxes and for persons to put get their . just like mother

; A Gift Lt. Herman W. Blankenship was reac h 1 n g hie ,.JI mall by 1230.: used to make"

". from 'theWonder recently awarded the Bronze home at Brocket A Postofflce regulation states
J Star for gallantry against the where he visitec that when there Is a cessation of .
i: Gift Shop Jan. 10. The his father,, business in a town on any certain
in France on
'. enemy George T. Tet-- day of the week, the Postmastermay PADDY LIBRETTI, MGI
stated that he was com-
'. citation stone and other decide to close the Postof- LAPPEr.

'.\': AVER 6000 GIFTS TO SELECT FROM manding the leading platoon of been relatives. servlnf He has t t flce for part of the day. 115 WEST CALL SLj
his outfit, and In the face of i .

'I .. especially strong opposition he with the Army Large Egg
Air Force in thl
leaped forward and wiped f?
several enemy Btrongpointa with European Mrs. R. N. Crawford, who lives
atre for the past
hand grenades and then led his 4 miles west of Lawtey, broughtan w
platoon on to take their objective.He 35 months egg into the Telegraph office
WONDER had previously been awardedthe Pfc Clarence I this week which weighed 1-4 ofa
3tJt( Purple Heart and the Com- I B. Cannon, Jr., pound. She said the hen which
bat Infantryman Badge. On Jan. son of Mr. and :Mrs. C. B. Can- laid this egg was a one year old ,j Prompt Service Careful Drive
1 he was promoted from the rank non of Lawtey Is also enjoying a black mlnorca and her eggs always -

y Mrs. Bessie DavisProprietor of 2nd Lieutenant to 1st Lieutenant. rotation furlough. wife hag served ran larger than the rest of
., 20 months in the Asiatic-Pacific' the flock. STARKE TAXI SERVICEand
the former Miss Theatre of
SHOP Hla wife is operations.
Margaret Tomlinson of Starke. SLACKERSFor
They have a daughter, Barbara EDWARDS ASSIGNEDTO
shame to sit and hold )
Ann. .
T-5 Wm. H. Edwards, Jr., son hands, MACK'S TAXISERVICE
I of Mr. and Mrs. Will Edwards of I While others do your share.
What'if the boys across the sea
Lawtey was -
Phone 150
Say, "No. I just won't dare I"! _

i Kcit Army in into March the, You'll wish when all this war Day Night

h ry4 1944, went over- is over I

it H ,, ,' seas in August, That you had done your part,
3 '. was in England Then you can have a conscience

300 / until January clear -
yJ 0. 1945 and has E'en though an aching heart.So .
***fi'L] been in France aO'
r4 r rI rJ r IniB (1 since that date. stir yourselves, dear sistersall ; : :
b '
Before enteringthe l.
service Edwards Who say, "I can't do this, I

ft*< ployed at was the em-St. But won't fairly do, that squarely/ do YOUR (4 GverytoJyJaftinf
:* r. Johns' River part. d

Shipyard and the Army is now E. R. Bouvier.

making good use of the exper-
I ience he gained there. He has
s CII inKu4i.
been assigned to Harbor Craft :
w\t"\ and started repairing boats last .' PERMANENT WAVE KIT
d j
o month.
r S $ to Doie youtMlf at home. "" .
COMP His wife lives at their home, Each] lit contain Permanent g

,.&j s what haS a 1219 Stimson St., J a c ksonville. shampoo Wave,curler Holutton.and ABOUT

His present'address tar T-5 Wm. h'sQie... DM. acevniiwlbui
H. Edwards, Jr34972210. 351th

: HC.York. APO 562, care PM, New Koch Drug Store III


1st Lt., Ralph E. Rhodes son. REAL RELIEF 1
of Mrs. D..A. Monteith, of Starke
has been sent to the Plnellaa fan ACID tze
Army Air Field near St. Peters- INDIGESTIONBISMAREX
ourg for reassignment to an important -
army position. He was
recently discharged from the AAF
Convalescent 'Hospital at St.

I The label on a bottle of JAX points the way to Petersburg.Lt. Rhodes; a veteran of 123 s : .jttr j

//rr refreshment as accurately as any compass! Next time Burma-India combat missions Theatre in, la the the wearerof China- Restaurant HourS! 9to)1"y

ad : you're thirsty, pour a glass of frosty, sparkling JAX, ; with the two Distinguished'oak .leaf clusters Flying ,Cross Air Carpenter's Drug Store;, Except

4:: the Drink of Friendship. Then check JAX on these Medal with three oak leaf clus- ....--- ------ -- ,rte''
ters and Citation with two battle

four counts: aroma, color, flavor, body-they're the stars. Since returning I to the
w States several months ago he has You're Service Man !

four points on your pleasure compass. Aroma-keen 1 been recuperating' from operational a

"ts and tempting color-luminous and golden flavor i fatigue. lii
lj ; ; t r PVT. J. E. McRAE i -- are looking for, ,

mellow and mild; body-rich and right! IN ..ITL.NTiIIOSPIT.L

Pvt. J. E. (Judy) McRae, who s as the right things at the I

If you're for refreshment. was wounded In action in the I
true .you'll South Pacific several weeks ago,
s find satisfaction has been brought back to the price.
pleasant in an ice cold bottle of JAX States and is now in Lawson General -

M (;* because you can't buy better beer no matter what dress Hospital is Ward. 23-C.Atlanta. Ills ad-' VISITSHAFKIN'S
Judy is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
you pay

'pd } Jttttarft. lflreatret
4 t
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,"< "" "
.. I & S'rROUr s6BtlPAT JAL
Z. ,1. ad.ertder of _..
i -
+ < i try "......ny. !!.. mud over
...." 12.000 sal.. of llomea_K.rm' ._
A.,reo.... .."...* from all e.... tas 'THE STORE
f>"- World. Frvo open llet,... ALL SOLDIERS K NO W"
I Represented

ZiI k'R JAX BREWING COMPANY t Jacksonville, Fla. F. C.118 IIOLL1NGSWORTH Locally S. Walaut by St. JEWELRY -*\y GIFTS- UNIFOiPAGE

aT .tom ?

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L 1945'


s . . . . . honored her Junior class of the . . . . . --
Christian Sunday School with an Betty aged 4, had a lovely din- establishing a cover of winter legumes Telegraph shall publish this Order seal. at Rfarke, Florida, this March
hunt ing room set. She Was so thrilled seeded last taU Is $1.00 In next four weekly Issue mil 194S.COFFICIA.
egg Saturday. The Methodist TheressaBy per Witness my hand and official
Sunday School entertainedthe she could not deep last night acre, and the assistance for estab- neal at Starke Florida this March, A* Clerk of 1. SEAL said! )Court A. J. Thomas, )

M MC.geeaeyL . . children Sunday afternon at Miss Ida Hagan and they were all awake very lishing a cover of small grains 21, K4S.OFFICIAL. T. Frank I.andrum, Stark. Florida i
? ; . . . . early this morning. Thank for ( SEA) A. J. ThomasAs A try. for Pit. 4-20
the home of Mrs. J. M. Maxwell.Mr . e you grazing is $1.50 per acre Mr. Clerk of said Court. 3-30 4t 1 II

and Mrs. O. P. Wadsworth again and again. Dyer explained. T. Frank Landrum, starko, Florida, ,,
CLOSES were visitors In Jacksonville Wed- Mrs. B. S. Brown and Mrs. W. Mrs. Bentley, ''Farmers should file their acre- ALly. for J'lf. J-JJ 4t 4-13 ,
school closed March D. Garrett of Starke spent the Staffordshire. England.
pton nesday. age reports for these two practices iv rmrriT cm HT. nRADFORDCOUNTY aHiI ;
success- with Mrs. J. P. Dickin BJ
unusually <
after an Woodrow "Red" Hinson has re- Dear Friends: at the office of the Bradford PLOIilUAl IN ('start.CICRY. f

term. Graduation exercises turned from spending the past son.Pvt.. James Swindell of I am writing these few lines County Agricultural Conservation Walter A. Poywlok. Plaintiff vs..1 I eIJIDrnI 1 1AUP

held with an appropriatetic two years In Brazil. He is visit- Pass, Texas Is spending a 20 Eagle thanking you for that beautiful Association as early as Case Antoinette No. 18114.OHDEn lies. wick, defendant. I ;
ing his mother, Mrs. O. W. Hln- possible. An employe. of the >
[ program. Diplomas leave with his wife and you sent me at the American OF PUBLICATION i
son and brother, B. I* Hlnson. mother. Red Cross It association will be available to, ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR _
the fourteen grad- Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kelsey gave me great STATE OF FLORIDA
Issued to Mrs. Wilbert Hall were to! Antoinette -
lj and daughter Joy when I received render any assistance needed, Mr.
shopping in Starke it. In my I Beswlck, whose residences
Of the eighth grade by Wilma Ruth left Friday for Tallahassee S 2-c B. F. Friday. I prayers I shall ask the Lord Dyer stated. .. Ins I4th Street Santa Monica, Start Your Post-War :
R. Geiger of Sanford California.
superintendent. Arthur where she called Now
was to Jesus to bless Planning
offered visited his mother Mrs. J. p. you wherever you You are required to appear on
H. B. Wiggins the bedside of her mother, who Is go. April 30th, 1945. In the above named
nvocat'lon and the benedic- seriously ,ill. Dickinson, Monday. NOTICE' OF I"'TnOUI'CTION OK Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Place Your Order Now For
Mrs. J. c. Cochrane and Your little friend, I.OC\L HII.I.4 seeka divorce. Bradford County l
and the class received the Mrs. Delia G. Williams and Mrs. Irene daughter Vera Woodward, NOTICK IS J1KHKHY GIVEN Telegraph shall publish this Order The Following Appliances:
of their friends. were shopping in Palat- that the City of Mtarka In Hrad In next four weekly Issue. yt
atulatlons Beulah Ivey were Thursday guests ka Friday. Staffordshire. England. ford County, }Florida' will thirty Witness my hand and official i
of Mrs. Ann R. Guy. days after the first pUbll"'Ltionh..r i
O L LUNCHEON 1 Mrs. E. S. Sibley was shopping or. cause to be Introduced lithe I
delightful luncheon was glv- Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wads- In Starke Friday Qualifying Tests Legislature of the State c.r BENDIX
I worth, Jr., and children Florida at the 1841 sestdon thereof
hursday of last week by the Jerry Mrs. John Jordan and daughters For ASTRP a bill or bills seeking to amend I AUTOMATIC
hers, of the seventh grade for and Mary Katherine were week- Willie Mae and Norma Lee, I Army Chapter. 1342B. lawa of Florida fI1 kDREAItFASt HOME LAUNDRY
end visitors to Jacksonville ArtM of 1927 the name bring; "AnAct
the faculty Beach. of Alachua Set For
ichth! grade and visited Mrs. Jordan'smother April 12 to abolish the Present Munlcll ) r
Hazel Thomas I cafeteria Mrs. Douglas Hardy and daughter Mrs. S. R Swindell Sat- >al tlovernment of the Town oC
, Dorothy are spending some On 12 the Starke 'In Bradford (County, FlorIda !
Iter. was In charge of arLmcnts urday. I April next qualify- and to create and JCHtabllsh a HOTPOINT ,'
and attractive place- time in Gainesville where Dorothy Mr. and Mra.!! C. W. Packhamand ing tests for Army Specialized Municipal" tlovernment known a. : I
Is confined to the the City of Starke, to Provide. aCharter IlEFRIGEItATORS:
t were used, which were later hospital. children of Jacksonville visit- Training Reserve Program will be for said City; : To Fix Its 1 RANGES
rapped by the students and ed Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Packham held in many Southern high Territorial. Limits; to t'rovlda for j
Hayes Moves OfficeTax last week-end. schools. Its Uovernment, and to prescribe and see how much better WATER HEATERSAs i
Eers. "
its Jurisdiction and Powers, lithe
Ruth Sibley Cat-lie Mae Hall This test Is open to all young following particular, to-wlt; you all day.
[TEH EGO HUNTS Assessor E. W. Hayes Truman Dickinson To Increaea the term of office
Rodney Hall men who have reached their
of the These
Mayor City Clerk City Become Available
later egg hunts were given moved his office this week from and Leon Trlest graduated from seventeenth birthday and are not Treasurer City Tax Collector and -
L the week-end by the fol- the last office on the West side the Hampton Junior High School more than seventeen years City Tax Assessor front one to two CAMPDINER We Will Fill Orders I
and authorise the City
ts groups and classes; Bap- of the Courthouse to the office Friday night. Congratulations, and nine months old. Applicants Council yearn bv to resolution to provide In Order of Application

Sunday School for the be- next to It. This was formerly oc- we are proud of you.Lawtey. must have finished high schoolor that the office of Cltv .Collector 1
Tax Assessor,
rs. primary and Junior clasa- cupied by the Welfare Board. The have completed a quarter of a and City Treasurer City may be fillet
the home of Mrs. K. B. Wat- new office windows are not directly . . . . . . term of college. by one person. BED LAMPS I

(n, Friday. Norma Sweeney In the line of the after- The Army's purpose in this Authorise by ordinance the City Council the salary to determine DC- & DESK LAMPS

[tainert her Christian Sun- noon sun and the room is slightly training is to enhance the alt Elective and appointive officer
stu of the City nf Starke and provide Corner Call & CherryHighest
ft Class at her home Saturday larger. There Is also a better dent's value
to the Army by giv- that the salary may be changedduring I
moon. Mrs. 'Merle Rahme fireplace for use next winter. Bv KVELYNK WARREN them the term for which any offlcvr r
ing instruction
. . . . . . subjects I I. elected or appointed. O RADIO
of Importance to the Armed Authorising City Council to pro 1
Forces. Cou r s e s are. in vide for employ and appoint an
LANEEUNICEMr. given 'adequate police force, Including a Quality "
Hid Sarge's PlaceTARKE'S and Mrs. J. S. Eunice an- English geography history, mathematics Chief of Police, and to regulate by SERVICE I
and physics. In additiona ordinance the duties, term of of-
nounce the marriage of their eldest
flee, salaries' and supervision of aU
daughter, Clara Mae, to Pfc. program of physical and mili- such police officers. STEAKSand i
Authorise the Mayor, by and with
tary training given.
ORIGINAL Aubrey Joe Lane, son of Mr. and the consent of the City Council
Mrs. George Lane of DeLand. The Students who pass the ASTRP to appoint persons. to fill vacanciesIn WINKLER

ARMYSTRE wedding was solemnized in the tests In April will be assigned to (en,all and elective offices or hereafter appointive createdby offl-) CHOPS

home of the bride's parents Sun- accredited colleges and Universities the City Council, except members ELECTRIC

day afternoon with Rev. G. E. for not less than two terms vacancies of the shell City ba filled(Council by the which re-

Cutshaw performing the cere- and not more than four terms. nialnlntf members thereof.Authorising e t
The number of terms City Council tostabllsh SERVICE
depends on
: mony. .. a pension system. for' offleers .
: The bride was given In mar- the age of the applicant. and employeea. tif the City Open 9 A. M. -9 I11..
of Stnike, and to .provide funds. for 226 Temple Ave.
riage by Palmer Williams and
Enlistment In
Authorized the Army En- its operation.AuthorlxInKT' Daily Except Thursdays
wore a white satin gown with a listed Reserve is not necessary in I the City Council tadopt <

By The 'War Department corsage of white carnations. The order to take the test but appli- bull. ---
---- - - -
maid of honor, Miss Eula Mae cants must enlist before being for' the .appointment. nf electrical ,
Eunice sister of the bride worea assigned to college.The lambing' and biilldliiK Inspector I
or Inxpectora, and preeerihetheir
white dress. Hiram Weaver all dulls and I powers and for.
OperatedBy men
army urges young
t Bennett served( as best man. I the enforcement I thereof; determine \
who are eligible to enter this pro- their term of office and milnry.Ami .
an Ex-Soldier Pfc. Lane has just returned gram to take advantage of this to specifically. \ repnul (I'Imp
after serving three over- tcra 201H5 and 20130 I.BWH of' FlorIda -
years groundwork for continued education ]I Acts of 1 1939! which I 'Chapter EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT
seas. when the war ends as wellas are germane to one or more of thoabove
Present for the wedding were 'I Hiilijccts. and will bo superKedrd -
themselves for
prepare more the proposed. amendmentsCAItl. .
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs Intelligent service to their coun- JOHNS,
ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES J. S. Eunice, the groom's mother, <-8 4t 4.27 City: Clark:
try now.
Mrs. George Lane of DeLand, Mr. :NOTH'M SUNDAY SCHOOL 3 P. M. '

NOVELTIES and JEWELRY and Mrs. Pa I m e r Williams of Notice Is. hereby given Hint the
Starke, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sapp, Chapter ThankedFor nnderslKned will register with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of IIr"t-
Mrs. Irsy Bennett and children Kit Bags ford County, Flotilla, upon rucelp Everyone Invited To Come And Feel
Louise Carter and Miss Ann of proof of publication thlM rio
eir Sus1ow'sArmy I Carter of S t a rke, Mrs. Arthur Mrs Bessie: M.. Burns, executive tire for the followlntr the required I fictitious! length name otlmu . __You, .(tr .A Part Of .Vs.O . 1

Pearce, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry, secretary of the Bradford County to-wit: UKMKKKK'S: (NOT INC.), tj
under which we are engaged" In ,.
Mrs. M. B. Futch and childrenand Red Cross Chapter has receiveda business In Bradford County, 1'Flor !

i Lacy Futch of Jacksonville. letter from Zeldon B. Vickery, ida C 'f
Store J M HRMrillKR: ,
After the ceremony, Pfc. and assistant field director at Miami ItOV M. WAUI), ;

Mrs. Lane left for a wedding trip Beach, expressing!! thanks for a 11. C. HOItNld.Aa und. Gospel Mission )
copartners trading doingbuslnesM
b E. Call Street Starke Fla. I to Daytona.M. recent shipment of Army Kit i under the firm inline"' and
bags from the local chapter.Mr. style of HK.MP.KICJO'S: :,! (NOT INC.),
B. Futch and son Benton I 4.6 4t 427. OS God :
letter stated
.. Vlckery's :
_.. .
-- ----- and R. L. Bradley were in Jack- "This will acknowledge receipt of NOTIC-K OF ".\1..
sonville Monday. Hereby notice Is given I that under -
Miss Adel Dinkins of Jackson- a shipment of kit bags from your the authority of the final decree JUST WEST OF n GATE, CA1UDr.ANDING
chapter. On behalf of the officers entered In the Chancery Court
j HIRES THE L ,,. ville spent Monday with her parents and men of this command, we of llradford County' Florida, on the J. A. BROOKS MINISTER
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dink- 16th day of March A. 1) 11)49 ,
f wish to thank you and your com- In the suit of I.. J. Wynn, and
H/rt.jer\\mm/mf mittee for the time and effort ixila Wynn his wife I attains ,
} Ins.Miss Arthur W. Tobey and his wife, "
Mosely was shopping
used in making these kits available Margaret r... Tobey, the undersigned -
.'ft.. Gins sv ill a Thursda y. to our men in the service." will sell at public auction at the i.
Courthouse at Starke, In Uradford J
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren and
County, Florida, during the last 1 TIIROUGII THESE PORTALS
on how to spend children were visiting relativesIn AAA Cover hours of sale, on the 7th day oC t
Georgia several days last week. Crops May 1945 to the highest rashbidder PASS THE BEST SOLDIERS
the 'lands In Bradford :.
I a pleasant hour or Children Must Be ReportedBy County: The Florida SouthVest described. Quarter as being of- ON hWATCH

f School April 30th the North West Quarter of Section 'j
Twenty-Three, Township Seven, )
two with your friends . Thanked For Gifts South, Ra n it e Twenty-One Kast
II Farm, in Bradford
operators containing 40 acres more or less.
Sent To EnglandLetters County who seeded winter legumes T. FllANK UANDRUM I II

) into from England, thanking for cover crops last fall, Special Master 1-113 4t 4-18 I .

rop Blanding Center I local students and teachers for the or who seeded small grains for IN cmcnrrr ("OW'IIT, nuti>Foiu)
gift boxes sent to British child- cover or grazing must report COUNTY FLORIDA IN CIIA; *.
[ar . Order a glass of t" ren at Christmas time I throughthe their acreage seeded to these Francis('UII Y.X. Medelros. plaintiff vs '

j Red Cross, have recently been crops by Monday, April 30, If Marl Florence Medelros, Uefen 'I 1 I It

t ce cold beer and justit received here. The two quoted AAA payments for these prac- dant.ORDER Case No.OF 3002.punuc.ATiON'

below are typical.Dear tices are to be claimed, accordingto AND NOTICE TO APPEAR f

back and relax in, Teacher and Children: statement made today by L. T. Florence STATE)Medelros OF FIjOltlDA, whose. to residenceIs : Marl j,

I must write and thank you Dyer, County Agent and Secre- 1* Henderson. Street, SomervllleMassachusetts. .
he most for the Joy your boxes brought to tary of the Bradford County I t
popular spot in town You are required to appear on 1i 1t I
my children. I have six little Agricultural Conservation Associ- April 23 1946 In the above named z
girls aged from 12 to 1 year'and ation. The rate of assistance offered Court. and cause, wherein plaintiff
seeks divorce and custody and control -
they went on boxing day to the to farmers by the AAA for of children Bradford County {

LANDING<< party given by the kindness of the .
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American Red Cross. They were ,

ENTERMAVBEIXB so thrilled when they came home P ,
and 'opened their boxes. It was a The Evening '

I:: A i Joy to see them. It Is very kind TOPOff h

J. HYDE/ of you and your children, doing with #I i

MAN ACER the good work you are doing. I

L- wish you could have seen my

children, how excited they were. 'I Iit' e e DONUTSAND .

"",,0; COFFEE
? .",0" ,
be\ ao'1.f }\
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e I'

GISLAIN'Sfor seeo1'l'i e i

1 .

I . our records show 1

I )\ - I over two million soldiers :
' Made from freoh I
HAMBURGERS have made (

Graduaton ground. sirloin steak. purchases in our

-The very -finest- stores. There must

1J Mvrlft's Premium HOT DOGS r 5 be a reason. ia I

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+ :" _ORANGEADE n blade Florida from fruit pure : I


"Ported Ladies Bags From The Bahamas, Haiti & Cuba Beautiful j DAVIS SANDWICH SHOP '

fay of Costume Jewelry . Florida Souvenir Cigarette Cases . Our 1 t,

'ne of Greeting Cards Is Most Complete.- I 15'E.. T CALL STREET ; AT LANDING BUS STATION 1

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Law Nabs 49 Cases Lawtey Visitor Methodist Circles Presbyterian recldence I. % Tuncon Medical Center May 7th., 1945. In the above named :I Beal at Starke Florida -:::::::;;
I Tuecon Arlaonm. Court and cause wherein plaintiffseeks 11th. 1941. thle
You are required to appear on divorce. Bradford County ( Apr
l Of Bonded Whiskey Met Monday Dr. and MM. W. W. Illffe arrived April 13. 1945 In the above named Telegraph shall publish thin OrderIn I A. Clerk ot SEAL said ) A. J 1'h
.. -, .-: Court and cause wherein plaintiff next four weekly I laauea. T. F..a.nk Court "*
State Revenue Officers raided Mrs W. J Churchwell was Wednesday from Newark, 'seeks divorce. Bradford Count Witness my hand and official Atty. for Plt.drum, Stark. Flonj
L Ohio to serve as supply ministerfor Telegraph .hall, publish thin Order _
the home of R. B. Jenkins about hostess to Circle One of the In next four weekly Isnuea. .- ------- --- II t I.!
the First Churchfor
two miles south of Stai ke, Thursday Woman's Society of Christian Presbyterian Witness my hand and official
of last week and confiscated Service Monday afternoon at her the next three months. They seal at Htarke Florida this March SONS OF HARMONY FOUR
in the Manse which :21, 19 U.
1 49 canes of bonded whiskey. The parsonage home which was! made are living (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.t.: Thomas WILL. SING AT BIT.\ PISGAII M.\ E. CHUncUI I
has been redecorated by
officers of T r 1' newly Aa Clerk of Bald Court
first bought a pint more attractive with choice rose STAKKE FLA.
uiI ,.
the ladies of the church. Dr. and T. Frank Landrum Starke, Florida
GI whiskey which is necessary\ In and a basket of Easter Lilies. Mrs. IHffe are from Chicago but Atty. for Plf. 3-23 4t 4-1 Tuesday April 17, 9 P.- M.\ Admission I I
order to obtain a search warrant Mrs. W. B. Sewell chairman of 3 iocSPECIAL :>
several J. 0. Cannon :
he hue been serving for Manager
Mrs. Jenkins pouted a $200 cash vMrs. Circle One, presided over the IN: 1I1.i.T COIRT. BMAOFOnnCOLNTYi

bond. business cession. Plans were dis- weeks in Newark. ....:ny. FXOHIUAl IN C..N-I II I I

The same night Lindsey Griff cussed for entertaining the WSCSof IN .II.T CO!'HT. DR.\UFOlln Ruth Lee Dunn Bryant Plaintiff sps, e---,- -.-.-----.----

t'' posted a property bond on the ? the Gainesville District, which (oi-vri' Fxoitiuu IN <;n\-: Case VP,. Lawton No. 3856.ORDER Bryant. Sr., efendan

,, same charge of selling whiskey. will be held here on Thursday tlClll.Juanlta .
April 12. Mrs. L. A. Davis chair- UrlffU, Pefendant. Case No. NOTICE OF FLORIDA! TO APPEAHSTATE to: Lawton This Month

: At The TabernacleThe man of Social Christian Relations 3690. Bryant Sr., whose address In: Pvt.
I I called on members present for ad- ORDER OF FtTB'LICATIONAND Lawton Bryant: A.S.N. 14036169. HqCo. .
NOTICE TO APPEAR .. 609! Pr ht. Bn. A.P.O. 464. %
Sunday evening service was dltional reports on this work. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Archie Postmaster, New York New York
.,( given over to a program of music K reviewed V. tlrlfflK, whose residence la Quit- You are required to appear oApril
Mrs. E Perryman
and recitations In. keeping With man, Ueorgla 18, 1946. In the above named
t an article from the World Out- You are required. to appear on Court and CHUBB, wherein plaintiff PHOTOS
this season of commemoration of look concerning the good neigh- :May 7, 1945, In the above named seeks divorce, custody of children
the Resurrection. About 20 young Court and cause wherein plaintiff and restoration of maiden name
bor policy between colleges of seeks divorce. Bradford County of plaintiff. Bradford County Telegraph -
people took part Asslated by several shall publish this OrderIn
Latin-America. Telegraph / shall publish this Order In .
; older ones. There was a -- next four weekly IMBUOH.. next four weekly Innuea.Wltnena forGR.ADS
Devotional service was led by Witness. my hand and official my hand and official ,
capacity congregation a n .seal at !Htarke l hlj splendid program showed talent I Francis Bryant Crews recently Mrs. Churchwell who talked on 2nd. 1945.tOJo'FICIAL.

al "d teaching besides returned from California the subject: "Lord, what will thou SEAL) A. J. Thomas (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas

u aster message. where she spent several months have me to do?" By request Mrs AH Hun.Clerk J. Harrison said' Court., Law. KxchansePiilMlnK. .Aa. Frank Clerk Landrum of said Court.T Starke. FloridaAtty. \\A! j

y The annual service of the I with her husband pictured with Churchwell sang three numbers Jacksonville Florida fur I'lf. 3-16 4t 4-6
Atty for Pit 4-fl 4t 4-27
( .
hurch will be held In the Chapel her above. Boatswain Crews has that were greatly appreciated.The ,

r, 'I,, /uesday, April 10. at 8 p. m. At been assigned to sea duty and hostess assisted by Mrs. IN(.0.1.tntrirr r... FI.OIIIIIVI"'01 11'1'. mi IN.\I CIltNtl.Hl. >FOIII-> Iv tOINTY.
} c this time yearly reports will be I Mis. Crews Is living temporarilywith Sanford Rltch and Mrs. Ruth : '. '. ? Clltl.

i heard business transacted and her husband's parents. Mr. S pur g eon. served strawberry; I Henry Adolf Melnacke, Plaintiff VH. Ralph C.Outhrle Outhrle, Defendant., Plaintiff. Cane Va. for
,, there will also be a musical pro- and Mrs. Marlon L. Crews of shortcake tea and coffee Lollta FelU-la Fits Melnecke. De- No. 3693.: e
fenrinnt. tana No. S092
. gram. Lawtey. She is the former ORDER OF PUIfLlCATION ORDER OF PUBLICATION
; I There were 16 members and one
J Miss Winnie Warren daughter of AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
. . . . . . I Mr. and Mrs. W. '1.. Warren of visitor present. Lollta STATE FelU-la OF Kl/OIUDA Fit Melnecke to: Mm.15 Outhrle STATE whose OF FLORIDA residence to:la Virginia Kingwood -

Wauchula. Circle Two KyffhauHer Str hne, ttonderhausen Went Virginia.You .
e Woodlawn Mrs. Charley E. Johns was Germany are. required to appear on

May Lodge No. J 13 hostess to Circle Two at her homeon May You 4,are 1945 required in the to above appear named on Court May 7th.and 1945 cause.In, wherein the above plaintiff named This Is One Memory You Will Want To Keep

ny Mrs. Myrle Ilafuse South Street. The decorations Court and cause, wherein plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford County I

', . e . eI . . . Holds Open HouseThe : in the living room were basketsof Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford thin County OrderIn Telegraph next four hall weekly publish,U.ues.WltneHH thin. OrderIn For All Time. Let Us Help You Preserve ThitE11

REVIVAL lilies and larkspur; also bowls next four. weekly 1".lIell.Wltnell. Meal at my _"hand_ and tniH_ .official .*_}_*.$.:.m. .ftfj\9m.. .,.....>..w-f... .Wwt.....A &UPmtwit.1''...........;.rwtf.... Pl.,*i 4,**__.._',1
t May Lodge No. 13. Independent of roses and snapdragons. .H my hand and'official i Btarke fiortaa April UU&UY'Upn.BRADFO'RD .
Don't forget the revival begin- Order ,of Oddfellows eal at Starke Florida" thlH April 4th., 1945.AtsFClerk .
The meeting was opened with 4, 1945. ( Thomas.
't ning. Sunday. April 8, at Wood- idCourrt.J. .
held house March .
open Thursday. of
lawn Church. prayer by Mrs. J. T. Guy and the (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
Rev. Fred Robbins
v 29.' There T. Prank" Landrum Htarke! Florida
were visitors PHOTO
many An Clerk of
said Court. SHOP
devotional service was led by the 421IN 1-
of St. Cloud will conduct the service from the L.P.M. and Rebeccas of Hon. Walter C. Hardenty. Box 429 Atty. for Pit. 4-8 4t :

*. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bacon Jacksonville Lodges No 64 and president Mrs. W. E. Middleton.The Daytona teach.Fla, Ally for Plf. CIHCLIT -COI....... B""OFOIIO
y. 4-tt 4t 4-27
1 $ will have charge of the song sere No.1. Gainesville Lodge No. 6 business session was pre- ('OENTY. FI.OHIIJAJ IN CItANCtat1' Next Door To Western Union I

., vice. If you enjoy good singing and Waldo Lodge No. 20. Mr. sided over by the circle, chairman iv riHCtir'\TV.; FLOHIUil roc'HT.C'OI 11RADFOILD: ........:4- Lois Morris Wiggins. Plaintiff va ._--- ,_ .... 11.'_'_ _,_ _nr --. ..., _-_........
e and preaching be present for this Wooten, Grand Warden of the Mrs. A. F. Sauls. Plans were discussed nitr.Robert Grady Wilson Wiggins Defendant, tsw

t +' meeting next week. Grand Lodge of Florida served as for entertaining the WSCSof Lee Webb, Jr., Plaintiff, VII. Case ORDER No. 3701.OF plTTTLICATION_ : .. . .. I......
t the Gainesville District which Ann Hathaway Webb De
Elder and Mrs. O. J. Raulerson Master of Ceremonies. ;. fendant. Ca.e No. 8003. '
will be held here Thursday April OKDRK OF STATE OF FLORIDA to: GradY I
spent Sunday night at the home Speakers of the evening were 12. ANI NOTICE!:PtTBLICATION TO APPEAR: Wllnnn Wiggins whose residence I"l i

v: of Mr: and Mrs. L. !'. Rafuse. Brothers Grace, Parker Michael STATE OF FLORIDA to: 11..... N.lot) I'harlelllonHouth Potomac Street Liberty Carolina.Holmes I i

; Mrs Henry Bennett of Lawtey and Green of Jacksonville Simmons The program was under the nice Ann Hathaway, Webb whose You are required to appear on
direction of Mrs. W. G. Halle and
attended church services here District Deputy Grand Master i
she assisted Mrs. E. L.
was by
Sunday. of Florida District! No. 7. Sis
. Matthews and Miss Coburn
I ter Mildred Wilder of the L.P.M.
who each gave selections from the
Lewis-Hinton Lodge/ of Jacksonville and Sister .
: World Outlook
,Ruth Richardson, supeilntendentof MALI3-Concrete block
apartment -
MI'''. Johns assisted by Mrs.E. MurKlohe tomato i
w Mrs. O. H. Stephens of Winter the Odd Fellows Home la house 3 apartment Income plant M. I* Johns, New River r
I,I L. Matthews and Miss Kate $ZOIi per month. Cheap for I Itp ix
Beach announces the engagement' Gainesville. cuHh. Phone 94 tfLuS'I'
Struth, served a delicious chicken
of her daughter Rubie Hinton to Holland Brown and Murrel i-'olt H.1.Jo.wn black annun hullsthree .
| fctrRAVKU _
9 salad course with Iced tea: There OH STOLEN; yearn' old. J. 11. \Valnwrlgrht
c Robert Earl! Lewis son of Mr. and Chapman of Hampton played were 15 members present 2 unmarked:black: angusyeprold, !unbranded.| Reward heifers l ItpLOST
Mrs. Jeff Lewis of Starke. I string music for the guests and
Circle Number One will meet in I1U. J. Morris Edwards tf -Hlark mure. wt. about RKnII
The wedding will be on event tefreshments were served by the May with Mrs. H. C. Ritch; Circle WANTED: >H. and one horns, "'t. about 6S(
( May 6, and the ceremony will Brothers of May Lodge. Duringthe Number Two will meet with Mrs.E. I'm'nlxhurt TO hou.RENT-2.... In Starke: bedroom or on lbs,face.white Please feet and white spot

i performed at S p. m at the evening Mrs. Raymond Han S. Matthews. vicinity. Writ box 431-A. ItpSALl or Telegraph office.notify Carl "Hupp' Itp

:Dmo of :Mr. and Mrs. H. H. cock played several piano selections fo'Olt )
fryers In i
FOIL SALE UoiiKh lumber of
i .ewla. and the group sang together. ItltOOKICR CIIUKCII NOTICE large or small" quantities ARk dimension. L. A. Brown Jr.
Mr. Lewis attended Bradford There were about 80 presentand at Baker's Place, Kingsley Lake. Hrooker. Pla 4tp

I A High School and both h e and the group closed by singing Services will be held Sunday 4-B atpPLANTS WANTED TO RENT--Smail'house You Safeguard Itolli Your Appearance and

;I' 1'fi Ming Hlnton are employed at "God Be With You" and a prayer April 8, at 11 a. m. and 2 p. m. per;, FOR plant SALE-Tomato, pep or apartment, or will buy small Your Clothes When" You Send Them to VII!
: ,
., '' Camp Blanding. I by Floyd A. Grace. by the Elders of the Church of broccoli onion and cabbage c..IIArd.-J lettuce trailer Contact Coca-Cola. plant.Itp I'or''Cleaning. Our Method Restored Color

.' 1 . - Jesus Chi'1st of Latter Day,Saints, W. Hell. Lake Monroe Fla. 'I and Life to Fabrics Lengthens the
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- - - -- In the Brooker SchcfM l House. Din AVON MATTHISSSISS' : of all kinds reno-

y r For Safety, Comfort and Economy . ner will be served at the noon at product Edwards COR,,IETJ"S-For see Mrs. Jack your Edwards Avon vated reflnlshed; furniture. Drop upholstered us a caid.and Life of The t Garment.

hour and a cordial invitation Is Service Station. HASTINGS MATTRESS CO., K-ox
3-23 3t
.I ron COURTEOUS sadsA p E extended to all to attend these : 230. Palatl<1l. Fla. tf

c;. services. FOR HALH- One 5 piece dining/ ,
1 1 COKKEIT: 30 ROOMS room milt, one oil heater one
_ 'Bfii'INf'OUMTION '
IN .'I IK"I *'r ('01'11'1' Illl ll>KOItlCHri. > hot water heater one front room ROBT. 315
.: 'I.OIUU\I IN l'11.\\. ALL milt and large panel mirror.
97 <'1:111. Wonder Gift' Shop or 811 S.

1"I1fI Phone 14 1FLORIDA C'ollon,TohnV.. YVItherow, Plaintiff vs Church St. 3-23 3t GREEN, TempleAe.
Wltherow Defendant. Case
designed Mr. Bertha Pearce .
UNION BUS STATION Wllhurow whose residence. l III 612 Gas FOR S.\LE-89 Chevrolet 1M ton
South Bradford Street Qalneiivllle, Heat In Each Room tractor, 34 ft. Semi-trailer, one
'l'ftnplve. LACY CON WAY Ueorula. F-12 Farmall tractor and equipment -
Agent Starke Fla.
t You are required to appear on .-Reason for selling Induction -
.l -" May 7th., 194A In the above named LARRY'S PLACE Into Army. J. D. Odom .
Court and c..lllle. wherein plaintiff Box 247. 3-30 Ztp
i KttekH divorce. Bradford County KINGSLEY LAKE
Telegraph shall publish thin Order
LM HAROLD C. WALL JOS. K. WILSON In next four weekly IsHuen. 1000 Feet From ,B Gate FOR S"'LE-1940 Harley motor-
Witness my hand and official cycle. Apply Bradford Photo
neat at Starke. Florida, this Apr! Shop. Itp ComingUn
4th., 1945.OFFICIAL.
1? All Clerk of "aid Court.T. .
Frank Landrum Starke Florida <<
n nu.

i' I -- Atty. for Pit. 44t 4.31 I _EXPERT_ __ ___ WATT. .. .. .. _.Lf. .Dll".....>..-A".IDIN. .. "_ .- -
_ a IN .RI..I.r rot HT. iiitAnromromrv.
I ,7 CKItY.NolHon GraduationDay

J. Fletcher a minor By his SEVEN DAY
-, ; H. C. WALL next friend Ada Fletcher, Plaintiff SERVICE *
VH Ethel Hurst Fletcher Defendant -
AGENCY Case No 3849
OF FLORIDA to: Ethel
STrTF. l
; Constant Service Over 50 Years'' ( haute. 1, MelKH, whose Georgia residence III I

You are required to appear on DRUCKER'S
May 7th., 1045.- In the above named. JEWELERS
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff

9,, Please Phone 116 Telegraph seeks divorce.Khali piibllnh Bradford. this County Order. 101 CALL STREET ti f t

In nextour. weekly Uauea.
Witness my hand and official

I I 4th deal, at 1945.OFFICIAL Htarke. Florida thla April DUB}:THIS. MONTH\ IN TIME FOR

( SEAL) A.t.: Thomas.
An Clerk of Bald. Court GRADUATIONA
; T. Frank Lanilrum Starke. Florida" BRADFORDENGINEERING
A(tv. for
; 1'lf 4.6 4t 4-Z1
IN ( .... IT rotnv. nll.\.nFOlln

i ao P "'01'\0':' 'rl'. FI-ollll)4i- IY rli.tNCRIIY. : WELL-KNOWN MANUFACTURERS\ OF

Bowman Clilldera, Plaintiff I Vd.
Olivia' Bourns Chllders, Defendant CO. PERFUMES AND TOILET ARTICLES
Cam No. 3tlDR.
i STATE OF FLORIDA to: Olivia Lucien Lelong Lentheric

th, : { NEARLY NEW HOUSE 5 ROOMS AND BATH Tlourne Oeomtetown Chlldem, South. whose Carolina residence' I I. J. MAURICE EDWARDS, Mgr.

You are required. to ..

);,4 NO FIXTURES UNFURNISHED 1 TRAILER Court May 7th.and 194V online In, wherein the above. plaintiff named Coty Hud nut

seeks divorce. Bradford County PHONE 94
Telegraph halt publish this Order
In next four weekly Imuea. In Perfumes
Colognes Powders
.. Body
Wltne my hand and" official ,
1 ir seal at filtark.' Florida this' April .
4th 1945,

INCOME FROM RENT OF PROPERTY AND Aa(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A.t.: Thomas, We Can Furnish You With All Sizes Etc

T. Frank Landrum, Starke
I TRAILER, WITH :3 ROOMS RESERVED FOR Atty. for Plf. 4'G Florida.u 4-S7: Concrete Building Blocks Gravel Sand -

"" I I H I
Iv I I II .I
+ OWNER, $90.00 PER MONTH .1. r F..OIUI rnl nTJr.nv -'i BRADFORD iv CHAN.Eritinc.7. Mortar Mix ahd Cement ,

PRICE $3,350. TERMS Plaintiff. Ellen va. George Anderson TloUoman ALSO OTHER GIFT IDEAS
T Holloman
Jr.. D"r."dant race. Mn. ..... ...._ 6 __ ______


Ohio. FBl U. Wright Field' Dayton. -

Yon are required to .. LADIES CHANGE PURSES
?.'.f..7th.. 194S' In the above "am"3I'
CLUTE REALTOR .-..> V divorce.cause, wherein plaintiff
TeleicrBph. .hall puhllph this County Order HARD TILE AND ASPHALT TILE. '"
In "' four
L ... Witness. my weekly hand Issues.and of''' Let Us Give You An Estimate _
,119 EAST CALL .l At Starke!
STREET f'lorllthlo..
(s.()FPICfAL Clerk. PEAL) A" :JIn Thomas
I Frank. Vir.3"1""" ., Ftorld.' Let Us Build Your Post 'War Home
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