Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02802
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 14, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02802
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,, ecreation Trading Blinding1 Center BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH This Side of HetesawCamp ;;

X11 Official County Publication- Established In 1877

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Rules To Ration RememberCanned Dates Short Tax List Shoulder County Agents ProblemOf Curfew Law Noted Rotary SingerAt Club District MeetingOf

Goods: Coupons D. E, F Farm Labor The most spirited singing ever Scouts
Shows PublicIs Enforced Boy
Idlers Not expired April 30. Coupons tbroqhMay. G H Recently Congress has providedthat Being to issue from a Rotary Club meeting -

J (43( points) valid the farm labor problem be was heard at the Wednesday

handled by the Agricultural' Extension luncheon when Pvt. Philip M. Here
Officers) Say TuesdayA

al Residents Meat May.Butter F stamps: Red valid E valid May through 2; G. Paying UpThe the county Service.agent's This office means will have that Tully, formerly of the Boston

May 9; H. May 16; J, May 23. Opera Company, favored the I
ruling which would tend Sugar: Stamps 23, In sugar books, Telegraph chimes In with charge of the work connectedwith Starkt's new curfew law Is members with a number of solos large attendance .la expectedat 1
farm labor, however just the meeting of the New River
of really functioning la the belief
irb increasing number good for one pound April 26 numerous\ other newspapers I
the not and then led In a "community
t what these duties are have Vollle F. of the District| of the North Florida
members of 30. throughout the State In saying Sergeant Manning
to through May
granted been definitely worked out yet. sing" of old-time numbers.In America
ea forces In this vicinity. Gasoline: A-coupon S good for 3 that "the smallest delinquent tax dtarke Police force. Although Itdid Council Boy Scouts of ,

rll1ed Adkins, senior judgee gallons through July 21. list In many years" is now being All county agents in the State not go Into effect until rati- a rich resonant voice Pvt to be held In the recreation building -
e A, Z. I are attending district meetingsthis fied the Council "The Hills of Home" of the 3 tar We Methodist
Judicial Circuit. In Shoes: Stamp 17 expires June 15.: pubU hed. Upon Inquiry of Tax by City Tuesdaynight Tully sang
Eighth of a divorce case Fuel Oil: Coupon 5 expires September Collector Carl A. Knight Into the week where the plans are May 4, and did not begin and two patriotic numbers. Before Church Tuesday night, May 13

ettlement week ruled that the 30.Legion. probable reason for this fact. It discussed. County, agent L. T. operating on a full scale Im- being Inducted Into the Armya at 8 o'clock.

luff this was Inducted Into was learned that he did not attribute Dyer, attended a meeting for this mediately, at least 50 young persons few weeks ago he was heard This Is the first district-wide \

timed who forces from some other It to his I unsurpassed district In Ocala.'on' Thursday this (male and female) under the frequently In broadcasts over theN meeting to be held since the organization i/.;

tt not a resident of the Installs ability along this line week. age of 16 have been sent to their B. C. network. : of the new unit several

*' It because his resi "That's easy," he aaid. "Every homes by the police since the new The program was in charge of months ago, and It Is hoped thata
Of law was adopted. Julius L Thol'n.Driver large representation will be.
Is not voluntary as body la making plenty of money I

le red here by the divorce statutes New Officers now so that they have nQ trouble Chief Halts With ),II'. Manning and Matt present from Daker and Union

the courts. paying their taxes." And he stat rforgan In the north end of town is well as Bradford counties. In
held by I '
Id8 so Adklns further held thatIf ed that the list this year was by and W, E. Thornton and Fred ConvictedOf this county It la expected that

defendant In the case far he shortest delinquent list Convict EscapePolice Sapp In the south end, the boys delegates will be present from
the Officers of American Legion
U admits that : published since! he had been tax and girls are being looked after -awtey, Hampton' Brooker and
filed answer Poet No. 56 for the ensuing year Starke.
plaintiff is a resident of thee I were installed Tuesday night In collector. along with, others ManslaughterA
| of Florida It does not a special with Chaplain Chief A. L. Alvarez is The young folks who work It will be a full meeting witha

| the status since the quesof B. M. Montgomery ceremony former Meth- Pressure Cookers now eligible for decoration as a really present no problem accordIng Court of Honor conducted by
ge under the dl- "hero"-at least he captured an to Mr. Manning. They finish Circuit Court Jury here Judge E. K. Perryman, chairmanof
residence dlst and of
member the
dlctlonal. pastor a For Home Canning escaped State convict or one who their work late perhaps get a Thursday brought In a verdict of advancement. It Is desired to ,I '
la jurl.
> law Post officiating. W. B. Sewell
there "has Being RationedThe was in the act of escaping! Tues- bite to eat and usually go right guilty in the case of Arthur Lip- have as large a number of boys.
of the Bank
months resident Florida at
n recent day afternoon two convicts Jumped straight/ home.Attractive. sey charged with manslaughter In as possible appear before the
an Increasing number of di- Starke, was Installed aa the new WPB has allotted contractsfor from a truck a t Keystone i conectlon with the death on Jan- Court at this time.A .
|cases handled here involvingbers Post Commander; A. J. Thomas, 1 of James Lee Shaller. He :
material far( manufacturing Heights, and were soonrecaptured. Home uary color motion picture.. "The
armed forces. first vice-Post Commander W. S.
of the
Later on another prisoner had previously pleaded not guilty.
50.000( ( steam cookersfor Scout Trail to Citizenship" will
ruling will tend to Ibley, 2nd vice-Post Commander pressure
ke Adkins'
leaped from the same truck near Under ConstructionFor The be shown and
home canning this year. The Indictment preferred by a short course In
I although alis A. J. Finance Officer
the rate, ; Thomas -
down cookers are being rationed through I I the city light plant in Starke. state witnesses Seeber Brooks, "Fundamentals of Scouting" will ,
before the Legislature ; W H. Nollman, Chaplalr.; Hemingways"It's
now the County Farm Machinery Rationing Chief Alvarez stated!, Wednesdaythat Vallon C. Brooks, Leslie Waters, be given.A .
would Floyd Green, Historian John B.Grew .
h If passed, ; '
a phone meauagewas received Sheriff A. O. Charles. W.
Committee of which the
armed forces H. A. an 111 wind that blows nobody marked revival of Interest In
the Sergeant-at-Arms
of .
ting bers Florida legal residents Carlton Service Officer and; Post County Agent Is secretary. A by the Police Departmentat good!" When the Rev. L. O. ngram[ Jeff Hodges and Ernest Scouting has been experienced
committee of three women will the City Hall about 6:30: P. Hemingway returned from a Roberts, stated that Llpsey operated since the organization of the New

this purpose. Adjutant.W. assist In handling the applications.No M. Tuesday that the convict had preaching appointment at Branford a truck In such an unlaw- River District under the chairmanship -

B. Sewell H. A. Carlton andA. quota has been Issued to counties escaped and to be on the look- Monday morning March 22. ful careless) and-reckless manner, of L. R. Bristol Troopsat

Closes J. Thomas were appointed on but approximately: 2400 cook- out for him. One or two police- and found his home on the cor- and with such "culpable negligence Lake Butler and the State

roes Poppy Day Committee to handle ers have been allotted to the Stateof men began a diligent search and ner of Thompson and South and reckless disregard for Farm i have been reorganized and \

the sale of poppIes on the streetof Florida.To In the meantime another phone streets burned to the ground, the he life and safety of others" thatIt a movement Is under way to organize j

Starke on Saturday, May 29. date about 79 applications call came from the USOYMCAstating world looked black for both him ran Into another motor vehicleIn one at Mac'clenny. It In
intal Officer communication was received that some men were chasing which Shaller and
A was riding
have been received In the county and MI'Hemingway.. hoped soon to have a troop In
from Congressman Lex Green relative a convict down near there. thus Inflicted mortal wounds
office. These cookers will be It was hard for them to realize every community In the district
House Bill 2333: sponsored This call came to the police boothon
to that baa the minimum number of
handled by hardware dealers and when the spirit and life was almost lira.The
r L. H a y n es, pioneer by him, and the Adjutantwas mall( order houses. The first the corner of ,Call and Walnut gone out of them, (that pre- Judge did not Immediately boys interested in Scouting.All .

,rke dentist has closed his of- Instructed to acknowledge Itand shipments have already begun to streets which Chief Alvarez haps by July 1 they would be pass sentence upon Llpxey, however parents and others interested -

over the H. C. Wall Insur- express the appreciation of arrive. It Is provided that any : answered.He living In a much nicer and more but gave the defense until In the welfare of Scouting are

e Agency, on the corner of the Post for his Interest In the person wanting one should file an I rushed out of the booth and convenient home than before. But May 22 to present a motion fora Invited to the meeting next Tuex-
and Streets, per- veterans of former wars and In L.I commandeered soldier and his
Thompson application with county agent, a just one week after the disastrous new trial.Faulty day
lently, after 30 years success- the personnel of the armed forcesof car ran through the red light
T.[ Dyer as soon as possible. It !ire-March 20-Mr. Hemingway
dental practice In the townre the present war. and In three minutes he had picked -
Is expected that there will be far began> to clean up the debris preparatory Wiring
he was born and reared.rs. The Post went on record aa Instructing more applications than cookers up the convict after threatening to rebuilding. And Tues Road Closed i iI i

Haynes spent all day Tues- : Its delegates to the State available therefore, the Commit- "Halt, or I'll nhoot." day April 13, he, with the helpof Causes Fire ThreatAt

gathering together and mov- Convention' which" 'met this: week _.la \Instructedta4. ; ue-Purchase The fugitive .W4;>jt. a negro man his brother,,F.-Oe,Hemingway, Blanding CenterAt :

out all of his belongings, In- in, Jacksonville; T6 's tipp'orf'Theandldacy !! Certificates In cases where the with a 30-year sentence and'wait and other carpenters began to re Thru' Air Field :

ding dental equipment much' of Damon G. Yerkes, of I cookers are needed most. It is also being hotly chased by a soldier build. 10:45): A. M. Wednesday the

which is practically new. She i .acksonvllle, for Judge Advocatefor and a civilian. I
provided that a Purchase Cer- On the very pot where his former City fire department was called
uU 1< like to lease the office tone :' the ensuing year.K. lflcate: will be Issued only after residence stood, and even to extinguish a small flame and The Board of County Commissioners -

\ dentist" Mrs. Haynes stat- G. Duncan, and poaHlbly VV.Slblay he applicant has located a cooker. using the same foundation, an at- remove a great hazard to value I recently took action cloning -

I "but most of the younger S. exp e c t e d to leave Can sealers are not being rationedand Band UniformsObject ractlve concrete block residence able properties at Blanding Cen- the graded road which begin ,
lists are in the service, and Thursday for the State Convention be wher- ter when faulty caused Road 28
they may purchased tOxSO, consisting of 8 rooms and wiring a at just a few hundred
older ones are settled and I' ; In J'acksonvlUe.Unusual ever found without a Purchase 2 baths with front porch, front, near-disastrous fire In the Bowl- feet east of the There sa-Blandlng: I

't want to move." Certificate. Of PlayUniforms side and back entrances, Is rapidly drome, owned by H. A. Manassa. railroad and runs sou the a s tacross ;

'>r. Haynes has been out of his I Film Everything possible Is being emerging, from the ashes. Fire Chief R. C. Buford and his the property of the new !

Ice since his serious heart at- I To Park done, Mr. Dyer says to assist the Adding about 'l, OO to the fire-fighters were on the job In Keystone Heights Air Support
:k early In December. He had Comes people In getting these cookers as for the BHS Band Is 1,000 i Insurance which he collected good time using brain as well Command Base
pedthat he would be able to the laudable benefit for which a as brawn and thus -
SundayWith averting a I
Starting soon as possible since the canning Mr. Hemingway Is erecting This action was requested by
open his office and resume his season has already begun In this one-act comedy "The Mayor and a home which will, be a creditto catastrophe.The the military authorities at' the
actlce; but his health has Im- distinguished cast that the Manicure" will be presentedby
expensive bowling alleys Air
county Starke. Practically all of his Base Inasmuch an the United
ved so slowly that he has en- reads like a "Who's Who" of the the high school Dramatics furnishings will be ne.w he said, were untouched by fire or water, States Government ha* acquired P

ely given up the Idea, and deer London and Hollywood film colonies Highway Patrol Club' Friday night. May 21, In and "Just as soon as we get mov- though several square feet of and la In the process of acquiring,

to close his office and save and an engrossing story that the school auditorium. ed In we are going to have open ordinary flooring had to be cut certain lands In this area by

e rent. covers a century and a third of Now Equipped Proceeds from the entertain- louse", Mrs. Hemingway said, I! out with an ax to get to the seat negotiation or condemnation and

Mrs. N. T. Rltch, who owns the English: history the long-awaited I With Short Wave ment will be Invested In War and let the people see It." They of the trouble. Mr. Buford stated declaration of taking In the

tiding, has just built new stalls "Forever and a Day" ha finally I Bonds which will >Iba cashed .and expect to be In It by July 1. that there was no fuse plug to United State courts: and the

the second floor office., reached the screen after nearly The Florida State Highway used to buy uniforms, 'at I such "blow" in case of overload In&, 'or Commissioners have the authority

two'year of preparation. It will patrol unit at Camp Blanding I.Is time as. condition.' permit. a short circuit and there was vested In them by certain Florida f
Alice Faye
uto Collision be shown at the Park Theatre on now equipped with a short-wave The Band will play several numbers nothing else for It to do but burn. statutes passed by the 1941 legis

Sunday. Monday and Tuesday. radio broadcasting station WJXJ. and outside entertainers will Returns To ScreenIn He and Berry Johns, utility superintendent lature.
During the heavy rain about 5 offering defies
notable warned the Y
This all of their also be featured on'the program. public
:lock of and patrol cars are Florida Film
Sunday afternoon a laws
let many of the accepted fitted out with bottt receiving and Admlslon I.1s 35c for adults and against wiring buildings withoutthe Dyer Asks
sedan driven by a woman and directors of fuse
Its use plugs, which could
ilmdom. 20c for children. War Savings "
broadcasting equipment. Charles "Hello, Frisco Hello. a color-
going north' Road 13, coded expensive
on blowout For
donated their usually and thus remove the CooperationOf
The Stamps will be accepted place
Ingram announced yesterday. ful musical extravaganza featuring -
with a Ford sedan travelg so that the profits (all danger of a fire. Mr. Buford also
equipment was Installed Sundayand of tickets if desired. the return 0 f lovely Alice Stock OwnersBy
east of Nation i
on Road 48. and one of which go to United warned against the use of'pennlesor
he urges all citizens who are Faye after more than a year'sabRence
i em hit an electric light post. would be as large other
The war charities) In need of their services to call At The TabernacleMorning from the screen will be objects back of the plug, I* T. Dyer, County Agent
damage according to which would prevent them from
as possible. them: over telephone 13 Camp shown at the Florida Theatre Sunday -
rgeant Vollle Manning who. A sturdy old English home built and evening services "blowing" If they needed to In Because of the Increased numberof
exchange. and at the
Blanding Monday midnight
ong with Police Chief A. U in the year 1804 by the fiery Admiral at the Tabernacle Sunday will be show night. order to prevent a fire. hogs being raised this year and
have been Instrumental
[Ivarez Investigated the case Trimble, Is the axis about Already they In charge of Prison Evangelists, The woodwork under the floor with the greatly Increased amountof

''as approximately $15O on both which the story turns. The lives In recovering stolen I Mr. and Mrs Luther B. Haines Movie audiences will eagerly burned to some extent, but the work put on the County Agents
rl adaed and automobiles, run-away boys and await the return of Miss Faye,
together. Police joys.
The troubles and with office
and loves the of Pittsburg Pa. They come well chemicals were used and later on Office Inexperienced
that the case be settled out of various generations of the old army deserters. The station covers recommended and having spent slimmer and more beautiful than the 2 1-2 Inch hone from the fire help, It I.U impossible for mo
court, which done. The furnish the entire State of Florida. ever and who will sing many of continue to vaccinate
was Admiral's descendants many years In prison work they engine was used to blow the to the hogs
attic light at that Important In- meaty matter for the different have had many experiences worth the old familiar tunes that made smoke away. Actual damage was. as usual and do my other work.

|rctlon waa out of, order M!". episodes that occur from that Industrial SugarA hearing, besides their own testi the Gay Nineties such a memor- slight perhaps $50 to the floor I have been very fortunate In
able I The film Is In
arming satd. No one was hurt.. time on up to the Luftwaffe raids this week mony. Both Mr. and Mrs. Haines besides the coat of the electric securing the assistance of Dr. C.
received tech nicolor.
over London In 1940, when a telegram stat- sing; and good music will be a wire which has to be replaced.One M. Pollard. Assistant State Vet
Claude Pepper Miss Faye is ably supported bya
structure -
New BooksAt heavy bomb smashes the from that the OPA has Increased 79 feature of the meeting. cast Including John Payne Jack time during the work Mr. erinarian, Jacksonville, Florida to f

to fragments.The ed quota for "In- Mother's Day was fittingly ob- Oakle and Lynn Barl. Buford received a painful shock help with this work. He spent tI
City LibrarySome profits from the distribution percent duatrlaf the users"sugar: In Bradford served last Sunday In a programat In his left arm due to someone's five days In the County last week I

in each country will accrue local rationing the evening service when the turning on the electric current and vaccinated nearly 900 hogs, at

1943 books received at to the benefit of some charity to County. board W L.clerk Blair mates that mothers themselves paid tributeto In The MarinesEnos when he was standing on the wet about 75 places I

Library A this week: be officially named by the govern In the manufacturers of soft drinks, their own and other mothers. : Hayes son of Mr. and floor and handling the water hose Dr. Pollard will be back In the
the t
SURGEON'S FIGHT TO ment of that country. from and those who handle The children assisted In this The Mrs. E. W. Hayes of Starke, was He had to stand there and hold County the week of May 31
MEN Is the auto- United States the proceeds marmalade, etc. come building/ was beautiful and fragrant Inducted Into the Marine Corpson on till the current was cut otto through June 4: Those wishing
biography of Dr. Fred H. Al- our national distribution will be jellies, with foliage lilies sweet hogs treated should list them with
of "Industrial I May 8 and Is now at ParrlH
bee, Foundation under the heading '
the bone specialist who to the National and other flowers. and I will his list
has been given users". peas Island S. C., taking Ms boot Jane Merrill Bauknight me prepare
called the Paralysis.
for Infantile training/ He was graduated from for the week.

THE Surgery. Bradford High School In the class Funeral services for Jane Merrill At too many place. Dr. Pollard t

A.'in WISDOM OF CHINA Enlarging Store Picket Fence At City Jail of 1942 and for the past few Bauknight, six-year-old daughter says, the hogs In pens are scattered -
INDIA Is anthology That New of
an months has been taking a business Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. too far apart necessitating
edited by Lin Yutang. Louis Shafkln Is having T the C. Wasn't Built Entirely For LooksIt course In Jacksonville. He : Bauknight, of Jacksonville, and his driving or walking too far. Hesays i

BROTHERS UNDER THE Collins, carpenter extend to be attached to the Glider granddaughter of Mrs W H. he has to treat the bogs in
15: hopes f
KIN, by Carey McWllliams, Camp Blanding Military star looks as If Starke will ,have conveniently located for a Specialists School of the Marine Struth of Starke were conductedat six counties now, and If the people -
fleaU with the discrimination to in an wandering army, and they have the
Riverside Park Methodist do not help him time
feet like the save
build -a 20-story Jail Corps at Auburn. Ala.,.after com-
against the In d I a n. cer8.' department in the ..toreV to done their share of tramplingdown Church. Jacksonville
Negro. off Then It would be pleting his basic work. at 2:30: P. M. and energy he cannot get the
Mexican, J a p a nose Chinese, M Shafkln will leave Tuesday byplane one' In Miami. the beautiful shrubs and Wednesday, with the Rev. John L work done.I .

Hawaiian Puerto Rican and on a buying trip to New: difficult for a prisoner to get a flowers while talking to the 'Horton, pastor officiating. Interment am asking everyone having i

rmiippin0, and relates this York. sheet long enough to slide downto women In the cell. The authorities Victory Garden Award8 was In the Crosby Lake : hogs to cooperate with us in get- I:
situation to the war effort and freedom-and also It would not however have not taken the Members of the Rotary Club Cemetery with Hardage and Wll i ting this job done. 3 3I

the peacetime world. ValedictorianFriends matter for a soldier matter "lying down", but have donated funds for the (Hams Funeral Home of Jackson
be easy Wednesday
THE STORY OF DR. WAS- window and built a picket fence around the 'vllle !in charge of arrangements. I :'r
to the to summer Varnes Dies
of offering
walk tripe I
c: ... by James Hilton tells of Miss Catharine Noll- to talk to a up woman In Jail! Starke most vulnerable part. Those cltl purpose camp for Boy Scouts who I In addition to her parents, the ,1.1Lacy i,.
t h eJava. Navy at of Mr, and Mrs. former eons who are prone to criticize the child Is survived Varnea
doctor's work man. daughter wlU be has had no trouble with the are judged to have grown the by her grandmothers Lacy middle-aged married "
but has had lu share of "unsightly" fence should remem- best Victory Gardens this season Mrs. Struth. of Starke man from Raiford died last !'

GREAT SMITH: by Edison interestedlltoaknow she has headaches with the latter problem.The ber that It serves a useful pur-be All Scouts, white and colored are and Mrs. F. G. Bauknlgbt of Saturday and was burled Sunday' '

Marshall, i, full of action of received the honor of being nam-at new women's wing In the pose and that paint can still eligible to enter the competition. Jacksonville. at Swift Creek cemetery., \

wanderings and adventure In ed valedictorian of her class City Jail Is on the ground floor I to"Ubt.! 1t

strange places. Brenau Academy. f fI

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useful: objects for use In camp. trig Mrs. K. G
Almost move spent Saturday night and Sunday'here Furniture Needed would like to help I Duneau It
rules and regulations. every Anyone who ;

jkj ; The Bradford County Telegraph he makes is under threat of fine or jail sentence visiting hla wife and par- For Day Rooms [with this may do so by contact- i phone 35.Chapter lieidqua.'tr

j ICIJtabU bed 1311 I for a mistake. Thousands of storesare entd.Pvt.. Howard Brown returned to At BlandingWith

MBMBSR. actually going out of business to the Camp Shelby Miss., Friday night the arrival of a new division A MEMORIAL FOR YOU -
FLORIDA.PRESS AssociAnoNB. real hardship of many communities, simply after spending a few Mr. days and Mrs.: at Camp Blandtng the need MARBLE & GRANIT MONUMENTS
with his parents
I ,jj; \ ED ASSOCIAJ'XN: ) I, because the operators cannot stand the Lem Brown. for furniture for day rooms has MRS. J. M. MITCHELL

strain involved. went to ;
Mrs Blanche McKinney Increased. Of the 200 day rooms Local
Mat ______ Editor and Ownm8UB3CKIPTION committee business L Your Representative
L. Ie Chairman Patman of the House Lake Butler Saturday on to be furnished only half have

i.. KATE on small business, has ordered an inves- and remained for a visit of several been completed. Starke baa furnished ,

+ Yearly. $1.7JI; Rte Monttm. .l.fl0 tigation into all phases of the issuance of Mrs.days.Jack Rose and children one of these through the

-'" orders and regulations by the OPA. He Durkee of Miami local Red Cross Chapter with
Mrs. Eva,
.; '' j f'QbUabecI Weekly GIlt FrMAy* mud Entered .. S.. 6wrl -. says: "Conditions are forced upon retailersand stopped here for a brief visit with Mrs. K. G. Duncan serving aa OFFICESUPPLIES
Petit Office at Stark*. Mr. and
Matt.at th*
hy } CUM wholesalers which do not comply with Mrs. 3. E. Jones Chairman.
j Mrs. E. D. Jones. Mrs. Rose These rooms are built by the
; 1 the provisions of the Emergency'Price Con- Ga., and
her to the only touch of
Billion-By Request! on way army and are
Eighteen Mrs.S. .
trol Act. wan. accompanied there by 1 home that the enli a t e d man

i? Because the people of Bradford County, It is to be sincerely hoped that every HJ. Jones. Mrs. Durkee several re knows. They are the same thing

like their brothers and sisters in all parts of effort will be made to lighten or simplifythe days mained with for Mrs.a visit E. D. 0 Jones.f to the Clubs enlisted are man to that the the officer.Officers ,. r ... 6 66

,''k b the country, jumped on the "bond-wagon" present complications surrounding re Air Cadet Dewey Warren and Built by the army and furnished

..i+ h 4 !9 during the April 2nd War Loan Drive, plans tailing-not for the retailers alone, but for wife of Valdosta Ga., are spending through local organizations, the We Stock Many Items Needed In Ordinary' !
It..rv. : for any forced savings plan have been indefinitely the consumer, who is the worst suffereras i a 19-day furlough with Red Cross: has long taken the leadin life
touch of home
here. thla
relatives lending
; called off by Washington. thousands of necessary stores are forced and Mr. and Mrs. Eaton Brown madea to: our boys in service. Business Routine, Both Civilian And Mfc]

When the bond drive started soon after out of business due to sheer physical in- business trip to Jacksonville When a man is off duty and Let Us Supply Your Needs
d income tax day, with the staggering objective ability to meet the complications of op Monday night. unable to come to town he negate

in three looking for a comfortable place to
of collecting $13,000,000,000 eration.
.. a" ; THERESSABy i sit down and relax, write to his

weeks' time, it hardly seemed conceivable Miss ,Ida Hagan family, play the piano and in gen- Account Books Box Files

h that this huge goal could be reached. But That's A Good One Franco eral enjoy what we at home are Adding, Machine Paper & Ribbons
and Mrs.'William Packhamand used to in our daily lives, and .
willing to Mr.
I: the people proved that they were We can't help but wonder if Franco, daughters Patsy and Gladys what he had before he became a Desk Blotter' Pads Cardboard

,, Y,. go the limit and oversubscribed the loan by dictator of Spain, was seeking to do his of Jacksonville spent Sunday with soldier. We owe It to these men Card Index Files
r 4 more than five billions of dollars. We are Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Packham. to make their lives as comfort- Desk Calendars File Folders
I supposed friend Hitler favor when he Kraft
Gummed Tape
Bradford County exceeded its Earle Geiger of Cocoa spent able and cheerful aa possible-remember -
u: ; proud that spoke the other day, stating that the war several days recently with his they are giving their Rubber Stamps Stamp Pads & Ink'

.d iwn r, quota of $169,000. between the Allies and the Axis had reached mother, Mrs. J. P. Dickinson, and lives. Ink Eraser Mimeo Ink

,, If Uncle Sam had wanted to, he could a stalemate point where neither could family. Anyone who has a chair, sofa, Shaeffer's Skript in Pints and Quarts

k?+' have enacted legislation requiring all of us the other-and Mrs. Alice M. Jones returned desk, piano, or any furniture not Legal Blanks Legal Pads
} more of our income overcome peace home Friday after spending sometime call 35: Red Cross Loose-leaf Ledger; Outfits
to put ten percent or with Mr. and In use please ,
should be negotiated in order that Europe in Jacksonville Carbon Paper Second Sheets
But the phenomenal success of or Mrs. K.
bonds. Headquarters
into Chapter
might gird its loins against the "threat of Mrs. Cooper.Mr. Typewriter Paper and Ribbons
the 2nd War Loan Drive proved that the Communism"? and Mrs. Johnny Adkins G. Duncan and list them with her Typewriter Oil and Cleaner

of this country will do what is asked and daugh t e r s of Jacksonville for Day Room use. Also Mrs.
people Mimeograph
Onion Skin Paper Paper
So the war has reached a stalemate? spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.S.
them without club being held over Duncan has been asked by the Post Binders Paper Punches
of a
That's what HE thinks Or does he? It is
the Books
their heads. Herbert Cloversettle of Cocoa Handicraft Program of Recre- Duplicate Receipt
hard to imagine that a man of Franco's intelligence Beach spent several days here ation ward of the Station Hos- Ring Binders Salespads

could be so badly fooled. No last week with his wife*and little pital to furnish old 'felt hats Stenographer's Notebooks

Double Double-Toil And Trouble doubt Hitler has almost reached the state of daughter.Mr. (cleaned). and leather pocket Shipping Tags Merchandise Tag

and :Mrs. W. L. Raley of books, shoes and saddles. These Rubber Type Outfits Postal Labels
i The buyers of merchandise today have mind where he would eagerly settle for a Alabama are visiting their son are rewoven into various things Aico-Grip Tabbing

:T no conception of what the storekeeper has "stalemate" instead of sticking it out to Dan Raley, and family. by the boys In the hospital and Pay Envelopes Indelible Ink

to comply with in order to supply their the bitter end and the annihilating defeat Mr. and :Mrs. Lem Sibley and I help many a soldier who U unableto Steel Letter-Size "File-Its"

needs. Take the case of a typical country that he must surely realize by now that he I Philip Sunday Tyre with of Mr.Putnam and Hall Mrs.spent El- I' hours be besides out to furnishing pass away many many Klasp Envelopes Mimeo Styli

store. The people for miles around dependon is in for. bert Sibley. And Many Other Items

that' store for their daily necessities.The Officials in Washington and London Mist! ) Muriel Raley, who has I' IV('O"N'rr CIHCriT, FL.OHID4.I(COURT BRADFORD lCM-

storekeeper works throughout the day, lost no time in laughing off Franco's silly been Mr. and visiting Mrs. her W. L.grandparents Raley, returned ('KHV.John Piper. Plaintiff, vs Susie, ALL KINDS OF COMMERCIAL
Defendant farta No.
and then additional hours into the night suggestion. The objective is still UNCONDITIONAL home Wednesday. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND

keeping track of ration stamps, and erdless SURRENDER Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips and STATE NOTICE OK FLORIDA:! TO APPEAK tot Huale PRINTING
Miss Debbie Phillips of Lawtey Piper whose. residence IM 65 i'en
at the ner Avenue, Clifton, N. J.
attended Homecoming Day
III. which time her condition was Baptist Church Sunday. June You 7th are, 1943 required In the to above appear named on Bradford CountyTelegraph

Florida State Farm News I somewhat Improved.Dr. The meeting was a great success Court"..eka and divorce.cause,Bradford wherein' plaintiff County
L. M. Bristol of Gainesville .
with a large attendance, and Telegraph' shall publish thin orderIn
E. It. Bouvier visited his i son, I* R. Bristol, who attended receiveda next four weekly\ :Isiiues.WltneHM .
By everyone
hand and offlrlalseal
Thursday and Friday.Mr. great blessing. at Starke. Florida, thla May
DOBBS FAMILY: REUNION Community Club held Its and Mrs. W. M. Relnauof 6th 1943.OFFICIAL. Phone 29 Starke, Fla.7kfjfro .
SEAL) A..J. Thomas
4 h A furlough for Pfc. Warren regular meeting Tuesday after- Apopka were Mother's Day A. Clerk of Bald Court
Dobbs who has been stationed at abs'ence of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. SUNNY BROOK FARMBy Wm. D. Morgan, JackHonvllla Fla..
In the of the presi- guests
noon. Att. for Pit 5-7 4t 6-28
Camp Carson, Colo., was the occasion who has Grlner. Mrs. Arsine Crawford .
of the dent, Mrs. O. L. Partney. ,
of gathering Mrs. C. A. McRae and chil-
gone to work at Qlandlng. Mrs.R. Moore and son have
week-end Mrs. Aline
a Dobbs clan over the H. Cox. 1st Vice-President pre dren, Richard Patricia, and Elea- I
when Mr. and Mrs.: Arch Dobbs returned to their home In Tampa '
t Mrs. McRae'aparents
nor, are visiting
sided. Only 13 members were several weeks here
and after spending
entertained :Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Decision to put on a .
present. with Mrs. Moore's patents, Mr.
il.i drive for garments for the Russians Bouvler. and Mrs. W R. Halslop.
Those at this happ gatheringwere was the high point of the Mrs. Nelle Muldron of Jacksonville -
: Pvt. Warren Dobbs. and meeting. Mrs. L. F. Chapmantold spent the week-end with Mrs. Arsula Crawford and baby,

;i :4 Pvt. Lonnie Dobbs (Camp Whee- very entertainingly of her 'her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. :M. Shirley Ann. were dinner guests

ler, Ga.) and Mrs. Dobbs of Ma- recent visit to the home of Bradley.Mrs. Sunday of Mrs. Crawford's uncle

con, Ga., Mr. and Mr*. Carl Dobbs George Washington's mother at L D. Dobbs is visiting her and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Britton .You it

i of Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde I Fredericksburg, Va. Miss Betty parents Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Alvarez, and Mrs. Carrie Smithof can spot

Dobbs and children of GalnesvUle, McRae gave several piano num- Alvarez of Pine Grove, helping Pine Level. '

Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hollings- bers very pleasingly. Mrs. W. G. I them to harvest their truck crop. Rev. H. L. Chapin of Bellevlew time

worth and children of Palatka, Caldwell and ,Mrs. W. K. Tyus Miss Ruby LUlle who has just and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Barnes of every

s Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and were hostesses. Glngerale, crackers returned to Starke from teachingat Rising were dinner guests Sundayof

daughter Eloise, of Starke and I sandwiches and cookies were Quincy Is visiting Mrs. J. U.Caldwell Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby.Mr. .

? Grandmother Dobbs of Raiford. served by Misses Lila Rae, June and Mrs. Warren Kelly and HEY'LL tell you at Ship's Service Departments

three attrac- M. E. Grlner. Capt. M. E. children of Rising were visiting
MAD DOGA and Peggy Caldwell. JL how much Ice-cold: Coca-Cola: means to the
mock here one tive daughters of Mrs. J. G. Cald- Grlner Jr., and Mr. J. H. Mon- Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and

day mad last dog week.ran Before it couldbe well. crlef had a fine fishing trip on family Sunday. men in refreshment,in enjoyment and in morale.

killed It bit Mrs. J. M. Dud- Pvt. Curtla Malone has been Ocklawaha cooking all River they wanted Saturday.of After their Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and You read and hear similar things every day.
two daughter, Eloise were guests of
Mrs. Joe Holmes and
ley, honored by being given a position catch, they brought a good quan- Mr. 'parents Mr. and Mrs. r
anna, JUnmle and J. W. All those the of Instructor at the Ordnance tity home. Arch Dobbs of the State Farm When people feel about a soft drink that way
bitten are under' treatment as School of the Air Corps at the John A. Bouvier Jr., of Miami

dog was proven very rabid. Jacksonvlle Air Base.' was, the guest of) ,his parents. Mr. Sunday. it's got something special. Coca-Cola has.A A
Mrs. Lizzie of Starke
Mrs. P. D. Fancher was brought and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier, Thursday -
Mrs. L. Watt and son are River- spent last week with her sister, taste all its own. A drink that adds refreshment ito
home Saturday from the and Friday.
visiting Mrs. Watts' parents Mr. 'Mrs. Arle Brown.
side Hospital in Jacksonville, at Mrs. R. Carter, mother of Mrs.
and Mrs. L. Cox: at Sopchoppy. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crosby and thirst-quenching.
11 H. 1C Tyus, left Thursday to visit
.r ---- children were visiting Mr. and
another daughter Mrs. E. V. Mrs. F. N. Norman of Gum Truly the only thing like Coca-Cola Is
Smith In Miami.

lew Castle anaivlcn Slop Miss Sadie Prince of Tallahassee Branch Sunday afternoon. Coca-Cola, itself the trademarked
; I baa concluded a weeks' visit with

Mrs. R. F Stubblns and Miss Deeds FiledEmma product of The Coca-Cola Company.
(Formerly Vaughan's Castle Lunch) Lorene Moncrief. '
P. Hill and Louis H. Hill
Chaplain and Mrs. L. A. Shep-
(her husband) to Brown Hudson
EATS herd spent Sunday in Madison, ,. tIOT
GOOD COFFEE GOOD and Annie Hudson (his wife), $180 #v
the Chaplain filling the pulpit of DOG
for six which Includes "that
_ the Rev. J. C. Sims of the First
portion of the southwest quarterof
PRICES Baptist Church.Mr. .
the southeast quarter of the
and Mrs. J. N. Dyke of
northwest quarter, of section 23, J
Tampa are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
201 Temple Avenue :M. E. Griner. township 23, south, range 22 east,
lying west of Kingsley Lake Road,
R. P. Stubbins, Sr., returned r
May 4
Friday to his home In Talla-
hassee. LIndsey Grlffls, a widower, to
W. E. Grlffls and wife Laura
Mr. and Mrs. RaIford Branning
GriffIs, certain in
?' Careful Drivers and daughter, Pauline, spent the property sec-
Prompt Service week-end with the family of tion 21, township 6 south, range'

Frank BrannIng. In Jacksonville. 22 east, lying along road 13, '
May 4.
W. J. McGehee of Ocala was a
Starke Taxi ServicePhone recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. )

G. Caldwell. Watch Your A Coke and a hot dog! Everywhere
Sgt. Coy Mitchell of Camp you ace that
150 Blanding spent the week-end with combination, you see iomethlng that U America
In foreign lands!
his cousins. Mr. and Mrs. J. H.oncrlet. .

3 Help Them Clean the Blood :
NightFOR Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Overstreet Harmful Body Waste ,

Day and children, Mary Lee and Bill, Your kldn.ya are oonatantly alt.r ng I
e visited Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johns waata mattar(ram lh.blood atraam. But
klda.y.som.tlm..lag la thair wor.do
over the weekend.SAiI'lPSON. not act M Natura latandad-fail to ra- Drink
moT Impurltl. ,...... If rtaln.... nay
pol.on ,... .,,__ .... up.H th. vhoto
RIDE CITY body .
SAFETY, COMFORT AND!,. aanlac bankaaha. BKM
fly Louise Varnea Baraiatanl b..may.........t. ik.of a3aala iaa. i ''i'li' ?*is**
I.ttlng up aicata, a_lllB(, pulBnaaaundvr i
FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR Varnes of Avon Park tha .,,_ faaUat of ..",0...
..al.'" ... UM of pap aad ....ath.
INFORMATION arrived Saturday morning to 0'....aif.. o' kldn.y ar bladdar dia- Delicious andRefreshing
COURTEOUS CORRECT Mr. and ordar ara aoaaatl aa bumlac*scanty or Although aJ 1S
spend a few days with too fraquant.rt.'I_. war ha. changed and disrupted 10
PLEASE PHONE 147 Mrs. Ray Goodge and Dock War- Tb...should...ao doubt that prompt *ug, In their U-e overeat. aNS0
traatmaat la ....... thaa Blaet. Uaa .,... our fighting force.
/>aoK'( k........t wlnnlnf' often dellhled fa fund In tarots placu an olJ 6mllist
ren.Little rlaada tot thaa orty ,,__ B B i
Jo Anne Smith returned saw man 1A.K3P nd N.tIWG'The
STATIONLACY Tb.y ..... aatlowid. raputauoa.An Coc'Coia..betng ledIn AWc.J
UNION BUS home Sunday after spending a ,.. all
raeomBMadad by iratalul pcopla bat M alw9' the better over the glob,Jwt M 1& U at home.PAGH
week In Jacksonville with her aouatry a
+ CONWAY, Agent grandmother, Mrs. Weaver.

Temple Are. Starke, Florida Curtis Varnea, who la employed PILLS STARKE lonLII COCA UNDIR. AUTHOI.TY. 0' iris COCA.COLA COIII'ANY IY

t a .. In the Jacksonville: shipyards COLA BOTTLING COMPANY




BROOKER Earnle Norman and daughter, 1 man and son, Herbert, and Joe I I Norman of St. Petersburg. Dinner -
School Margie and Mr. and Mrs T. D. Norman and daughter Joann, all was served at 2:30: o'clock out
( Journal Ity :Minnie Lou Hazen
Proctor and daughter Juanita, all of Starke; and Miss Rosa :Mae under the pecan trees and everyM .
!B'NDAY!; '\ SCHOOL & CHURCH of Gainesville; Robert Proctor one enjoyed a good time. e Norman returned to St.
Sunday School every Sunday at Sea. 2-c, of the Jacksonville Naval Immediately after dinner, Mrs. Petersburg after spending two
11 o'clock. Air Base; :Mr.! and Mrs Thurman Drlggers and son left for their month. with relatives and friends

nUL STAFF FOR APRIL Schedule Changes used and so much is forgotten In Church Services every Sundayat Jones: Mr and Mrs. Eddie Nor. I borne at Llthla and Miss Rosa here.

jg-MlY: 5, IMS the year between that all the ef- 12 o'clock. -.
AnnouncedFor ">"'''''''.'''i''''''' -""
Wim- lort used in the one year is practically We are still putting forth an I 1 :,' <':" '
_In-chlt' Freddie Next YearThe wasted effort to Increase our Sunday \ > : : : \

berly Oliver and Jean Physics will also be oftered next School attendance.: S o please. I \ ..";.. .,,,' i'
George school board made a reso- year instead of Chemistry.: This everyone try to come. *'< -

Adkins;Merry Beth Knight lution last ;year that all schoolsIn subject Is very Important now .'.\In'ELLltTY: :Get Mow Out OfCHEVROLET t
lub Roberta Whitfield the county would begin at the and growing more important all I Miss Louise Pnrrlsh entertainedat : ; : ..
same time. At the beginning of the Ii'nat
time. As ,
i __ Va. Sewell many students: as.. a farewell party Friday night *, ; -
1 Features August last year, when all of the
possible are urged to take It. :
Ilia Hazen, Barbara Horne, other schools honoring: Miss Roxle Dukes. After
in the began :
-M. J, C.
Bean several and
Margaret our building! was not com games t}.. ,' : .tie.
Bettyre Palmer; played the hostess served delicious .
I op.J pleted and we '
were unable to begin
Arllne Dew until Dramatics Club refreshments to her guests. '::: '' '. "
Sews ?_. Marjorie Davis however, will year, Presents About forty young people enjoyedthis r J. .. '
Rion of the 'VeekGarnlta: Several we new or begin different In August.sub- 'I Play occasion.Pvt. : t .. ot/i' ; ;;

At USONCCSSunday ..
Hutto .in
jects are to be offered ., ,
next year. Gene Long of Camp Blan- .. .tt,,', .
? They are: Problems In :::::'- .., '' .. r
American May/ 9th the Dramatics ding was visiting his parents here :;11't :"- "" ,' :"- '' '
Democracy, which will be taught Club and the B. H. S. Band Tuesday. Friends. of Gene will '. :," '"
:( \ .
!instead of ,.' \ '::
Industrial be '
Geography, Interested to know
: that he has
sented .
IT? a program at the USO- '::':" <:;: ',, >:"
.\BOVT Business Law instead of Introduction NCCS. The Dramatics Club been transferred to Miami. Y: *".1..W'"" "- >- ,. .,..'
work this year? to Business &. ,,, ",.
you really : and Business "Sardines Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Hazen and -
earnedcredits a one-act play. ). :" !:' ., .
think you have Arithmetic, which was offered young son, James,
ou The characters were: were visiting ".
that ;you hope to re- year before last but not this year. Mattie Eaton Virginia Sew- Mr. Hazen's parents here Wednesday h:> : ': .: ,> :- t '.

It you haven't let's really Mr. Smith, In discussing! our ell. *' \- : '.. .il Get more mileage out otj
these last two weeks, anda schedule for next year with us, :
Lizzie Pike Dorothy Faxon. Pvt. Pasco Mott of Valdosta, G''m
promise to work next strongly recommended that we Lucy Walking Frances Col- C3a, was visiting his parents her ; ., ..\ 0" 10; lour every gallon of gas! :
needs trained take all of the *
country ,
I Your required subjectsas ley.; for a few days. I '
killed workers Boys who early In high school as we pos Alfreda Eva Fay Gainey. Mrs. May Thomas was visiting! ,* ,, Get more mileage out of every
Rained! in aeronautics, physics sibly could. If they are put off Anne Carroll Arline Dew. her son, Ellery, In Jacksonville\ quart of oil! ;
,in .o,,', needed to carry' out the becomes very hard and sometimes when Alfreda, stepping off the Miss Bettye Sue C.ison Is visiting ; Get more mileage out of every) ''
B r it this great nation. This almost Impossible to get them in, stage, accidently slipped and fell. relatives In High Springs for
the one that is go- chile if take them single tire!
Billon Is you In your It created( quite a bit of excite several days. ': A *; ,
Bio run the government of freshman, sophomore or even ment when the chairs began to :Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown were '
country In the near future. junior year, you do not have to "clank." Well, anyway Alfreda visiting their daughter, Mrs. San }iDealer .for Get more mileage out of every '
prove to this world that we worry about them In your senior managed to get back on the ford Hitch, !In Starke Sunday. part of car!
|capable! of carrying on the year.He stage in time to say her departing I Douglas Hazen of Tallahassee K '. ; your
of these United also ti : s; ,
recommended that ;
inment no lines. Everyone seemed to was borne for the weekend. 5
},. So here and now let'sa students In any grade other than I enjoy the play including the cant. Friends of Mrs. Lee Gainey will NTHLY S
resolution and don't break the twelfth take shorthand. This! I After the play, the band played be sorry to hear that she Is 1' iIoS55': ,'-
ftt year, to put out a lot leaves a vacant year: when no several marches critically 111 at the home of her ; _5\\ '
i effort In the near future. shorthand, unless the shorthand -P. H. daughter In Jacksonville. ,
-Editor. which very few people take, Is I Seaman 2nd Class W C. Crosbyof OTORCARIAINTENMCE1

10-G NewsWell Green Cove Springs was visiting :
his parents here over the ,1

the picnic Is over at last, week-end.
,but all of these Sophomores are Mir. and Mrs. Raymond Crews,
saying "Why can't we do this and daughter, Marjorie Sue, were i
I more often." Gee, but we had a visiting Mrs. Crews parents Ml
good time and I the best thing of and Mrs. O. W. Barry Sunday.
all was that we hud plenty to They were accompanied buck to S
I eat Dldja see our cake? Well, If Jacksonville by Misses Helen and + ".
s you didn't you missed something. Frances Barry, who will visit .,fllt \ .
It was Just as delicious as it was them for several days. ...A In. ,
Yuy I[beautiful, too. Thanks to Mis.' MI' and( Mrs. Eldon Hardy were 4 _"i" "' ..
N. T. Green. Heres a few of visiting Mr. Hardy's mother in .s
the events of the day: Gainesville Sunday. :. ,

Snooky, Fred, Shirley, Bryan Mrs. Lee Green and childrenand
!Cozette, and Lyle were a few of Mis. Rosa Plnholster were in
the twosomes who went canoeing. Gainesville Saturday.
Mr. Arthur Edwards and children -
Ailene was the life saver of the
I day Lora and Elise were having Marie and Harry Mr and
f a good time in spite of the fact Mrs, Ernest Edwards were in
I that they had Just been "shot. I Worthington Springs So turday, Torode Chevrolet Co.Starl'te
Marie fell In and( Dorothy lost her visiting Mrs. Eugene Ellis. .
I shoe. Bobby K was trying to get Miss Betty Palmer was! an
a tan, but I think her effort Walt overnight guest of Miss Wanda
I all In vain. Well, so much for Pearce of Starke Thursday nightof Florida
that. And now for something last week. ,
4 Miss Martha Lee Rimes, Miss
(else. We're all beginning to realize ><
PaS its near the close of school Phlllls Hazen, Douglas Hazen, "-
and the time for l'xams.Ve're Eva Fay and Perry Gainey and L Lr

|fall going to have to work hard so Miss Betty Palmer visited at the
I expect I'd better sign off now USO Club In Starke Sunday. SOLDIERS ON THETRANSPORTATION :
and books start Lee: Green of Jacksonville visited .
I get me out and
'cramming for exams. his family here over the week- : FRONT ; 1

-Sophomore Spy. end.Mr.
and Mrs. Gano were visIt- .
ing Mrs. Gano's parents in Island

Ima Snooper Grove Sunday.Mrs. + '
G. B. Feagle and daughter,
Well bless me! Another week's \
relatives In
Juanita, are visiting
passed and Ole Snooper has been y{ 6
Perry for several days
snooping again. Dropped in at Ovid Gano of Gainesville was
the USO Saturday night and sawa visiting his parents Saturday
lot of our local and out-of-town
night. t
lassies keeping' up the army

Eva Fay starting the play off Hy Jin II. M. McRae -
Sunday with a big bang, slidingall
the way across the stage. We are thankful 'for the'' much-
These dignified Seniors! That's needed rain that 'fell' Monday ;

4' all light, Eva, Ole Ima thought night. )
i it was good :Mr. and Mrs. Gene: Pelcher andA.

j| Gee, have you seen those F. Hall of Jacksonville were
CARELESSNESS FRESHMEN? Heard they were visitors here Sunday.
like a going to have a luncheon. (Guess Mr. and Mrs D. G. Kelly and
Ole Snooper: will have to crash daughter, Mamie, were dinner
thief in the night, is hardto the party they didn't! bother to guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. War

catch. Improper use of Invite her). Boy, Wanda where ren and family at Worthington r
did you get the spikes? Looked Springs Sunday.
your ,electric appliances is pretty good, eh boys? Rev. W. E. Hall of Green Cove
Springs and L. L Conner of Gum
caused chiefly by careless- Question of the week: Won
Branch were dinner guests of
der why Alice June likes her
ness-and such inefficientuse Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae Thurs-
work so well at Western Union?

wastes fuel oil-a vital Could it be what visits the W. day.Mrs.. Ruby Llmbaugh of Ocala
U.? Let In on little
war materiaL was visiting Mrs. H. M. McRae
scheme, Alice, I would like to Saturday afternoon.
CONSERVE FUEL OIL WHEN know how to like my work, too. Mrs. Thelma Barnes of Gainesville .

USING YOURREFRIGERATOR Say, by the way. did you see spent Monday night here __. """" ...."' ."" ""' MO'YI' .........._..._ _,..." .... _
that Bashful from Bradford
with Mra. Vesta Myrick.
Bobby C., sporting a cream ) A
Remember the services at Pine '

Dour/ open door more tbon coupe like Bobby over Is the going week-end.fishing.. Seems FishIng Level Church this week-end. Sun ? YOU'VE met a man In pre-war days whose stock in trade Is Service to ; : i
day School Sunday morning.
nectstmry.Don't ., for what, Bobby? : Travelers...Courteous, efficient service, If you will. He's your Florida

overcrowd shelves.Dote't got While wind I that was one snooping of the "B"around for RISING Motor Lines agent. He is still doing business at the same old stand,

store hot foods. I one of our football players was Bv Mr*. tome ivormen and today his experience and travel knowledge mean more than ever k

Defrost once toeb tik.Wbe .. given to his girl friend. Also FAMILY: REUNION before.
I heard he was coming home on Mrs. Maggie Norman enjoyed
things go wrong, furlough Is that right, Oleeta Mother' Day with a dinner at His is a neighborly sort of job-helping others. You'll find him busy i

toll your SPOTTED AND JOTTED: run her home at which all of her I
every day with his first duty-the helpful dispatch of our men in uni.
ning down the street, none other children were present. The following I
than those three Bradford beau. enjoyed the day: Mrs. Ely form-be it hurried 'leaves before the overseas adventure-or report. 1

ties, Freddie Nina, and CarolynIn lee Driggen and son, J. E., of Sometimes catch him f
ing to new camps. you'll figuring a honeymoontrail
PL.Iit their coveralls. Seems like Llthla; Mrs. Laura Jackson Mr.
,43'V they are learning to be motor and Mrs. James Norman and son, or charting the course for a sweet old lady. His day is packed j

mechanics. Please, girls, don't JimmIe and Robert Norman, all with action and he tackles each assignment with enthusiasm.
bother Ima's old buggy, it's all of Jacksonville; Mr and Mrs.
she has for the duration. That's why Florida Motor Lines has an abiding affection for its'' .
Soph. Bobby Keen is out to gain exams. Everyone is. excited 'have the confidence and of
They won gratitude our patrons
EfTOKMY; MO IUUMIUvira weight. Here's wishing you gain about the end of school. With agents.
ntna_ musaanPOWM excess baggage.< picking out subjects for next year maintained at all times the high traditions of our service in days

plant eOetostcr ........ Sara Book B. of She the says week-Read to her public by and going trying to to be complete a, busy this time.year'sIt's Not when war brings new responsibilities and complexities to travel. I,

fee Victory' eHorl. WaHe at "Take a tip front me, girls read that we mind. UNION BUS DEPOT ", :
haaw slow tt .p. CanMrr* this book and really live by It." I'VE BEEN WORKING AT
fuel .11 ky a.t.q"- yo8 apiIi- i The same of the book Is "How CAMP BLANDINO seem to be ,,,',, STARKE, FLORIDA LACY CONWAY/ Agt. I
_.. properly. to win lovers and Influence men." : the song Jewell C., U singing 1Mw teZ ,t
This Is the way Snooper got herman now. How do you like it out j
(Am I kidding?) there Jewell Do you think you jlORIPAMOTOBTlNESI.Y :, .
Gee, Just to have a tank full could find a Job for Ole Snooper? j, w wI
of gas a mOOD AND A MAN. Well me mind I.I about as hollow -
.. me wooden leg, so 111 be J.:
Even Judy McRae would do. I i
.. .., -.. .. ..
would be In hog heaven. But hereI seeing ;you In the next. I : ::::= : : .
sit every night, studying for -IMA SNOOPER. II : III i ": "; ." :: : : .; ,..... .. r... ....,......... .;... "

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Miss Grace Dew WedsSt. Guess there oughta be a lot of tribute to the patriotism of the June 14th, 1943 In

IWiril! : rll"! SOCIETY and CLUBS I Sgt. Edward BeaneIn cool-headed girls around town this American people.As ed tiff Court*eok.and dlvort.ciuHi., and,, ?'kak"" ""i"'.lit
know. there has been '
.Jrt summer, what with these new you sportn.if ,ooun"_'
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- -- Ceremony'At Blanding Cold Wave permanents all the considerable speculation and talk net four we"kly publloh iu': ? I,

_t.. st u1I4 Dr. Abrams Discusses Special Service Officers Outstanding Musicians rage See Clara Mae (Mrs. concerning the effect that increased .al Wltn... n.y hand h
at JnQ
The marriage of Miss Celia C. A.) Knight and Lois (Mrs. A. taxes might have on the sale 12th. 1943.Starke, ol..H d. tbl10 l10!!!;
: Local Health ProblemsAt Are Guests of USOYMCAAt
USO Grace of Mr. and I.A" .
Presented by Dew daughter Z.) Adkins two of the latest to and redemption of United states

: Woman's Club Luncheon On Mother's Day Program Mrs. MIchael\ Dew of Starke to undergo the treatment, and with Savings Bonds. I I'h' ,
Staff SergeanfEdward H. Beane, I'll sa Knight & I'l. I ,
becomln' effect You will be delighted to know ,
y The Woman's Club met Wednesday Special Service Officers from had little Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward very Attya. fur Pit rk'. ;r"
Unexpected And speakln' of permanents hear that during March when the first __ __ .il ;'
afternoon and had as Blandlng and the Crystal of the
: Camp H. Beane of Jacksonville was
attendance ,
the Mrs. J. C. Hoover fell for fell due bond I" ('NIIIlp
effect upon Etta ( ) tax installment f"III
: speaker Dr. Irving R. Abrams Lake Air Base were guests of WashIngton 11'1', hn ,
guest and solemnized afternoon.
Wednesday tII''I'y ID"
: "
of the other Picture 6.4 PLOIIII)
USO corner her first day sales were percent higher t;
1' who Is Director ot the Clay- the USO, corner of Temple and CEll,. I' II
afternoon becausea May 12, at 6 o'clock In a chapel) I
Sunday damsel Marie
: than In.'I'h C.
of a perplexed than in February and more Wailuj55
Bradford County Health Unit. Washington at a luncheon Thursday for theMothem' of the 66th Division at Camp V.. June ''
< crowd was present when the ahead of 1942. 'I'Addlng1 -?
large (USO-YMCA) Register 65 percent March 0>
staff Case No. I 1.
2 of May 6. Professional 2472 K,
The program was In charge Day program. Blanding. Chaplain Henry T. Im- announced that OHDEK
66th Dlv calmly
.4 the Health Committee and the members of all USO units In having sons In bus officiated, using the Catholic twice the usual The story on redemption Is AND NOTK-n op PI'I1I.I'(Tfi ',',ATJOJ
1 Introduced by Miss Starke were also guests at that Local mothers service. 28 ( equally encouraging.From PATE Clio' .'LOHIDA'':.
speaker was of our country of coming in WadJlngton ,.'
Armed Force number) men< were who,. I.
Evelyn' Stump. Dr. Abrams told time.Colorful the of honor and were In the absence of her father for the dance Tuesday night May 1, 1941 when U. S. Colorado) Sprlnll', ('olnrado.Dtt
big audience of the Inoculations arrangements of gay were guests as mementos who 1 Is In South Savings Bonds (Series E, F and You are r''lnlrpd to, a .
_ with corsage employed To make matters worse, the rain June 7th. 1943, In the .,
for diphtheria typhus fever and spring flowers graced the long presented of the occasion.The America the bride was given in cut down on the usual number of G) were first offered for sale, I Court., and cause, wh.rIr ah0, ...
tt "" klf divorce. Pia"
_? mall pox that are now being conducted luncheon tables. A dell c lous was held In the marriage by Sgt. James E. Clontz. feminine dancing partners through March 31, 1943. redemptions I Telegraph .hall Bradrord c.,
:rV in the Bradford County menu featuring Southern fried program of the building' and MrS. Her brunette beauty showed to But Marie managed somehow and have been less than 3 1.2 In ,'ext four, WP.kly ltIbUh tIIiit th1! 0;:
4r3 high school. In his excellent address chicken was prepared and served lounge of percent of total sales. And redemption WItnei my hand alld
H. Simmons, formerly advantage In her lovely wedding another successful event was seal "t Starke, lo'lorlda ".
he spoke of many phases by a committee of the Woman's John hlngton. D. C.. but now living dress mada with white lace bodice chalked up in the series being held during March this yearwere 4th(OFFICIAL 1943. Ibla

i: of health work which are now Service Organization. Mrs. Bertha Gainesville delighted the audi- and full satin skirt embellished for the 66th only eightyseven one- Alf Clerk ot SEAT.....h.. )'onrt A. J TIlt
available to the community and Pearce chairman. Working wfth In of isongs. Mrs. with sprays of orange blossoms. hundredths of one percent of the T. Frank l.nndruID, Stsrl. ,

- asked for the cooperation of the Mrs. Pearce were Mrs. C. A. ence with is a group a member of the Her fingertip veil was edged in Hear Dink Hart had plenty of total amount outstanding. That's Atty, for pit. 711 1]uliv "
Woman's Club he also ipoke Mrs. Jeannette Kincaid, Simmons a record that all Americans can -
t ; Knight. Opera GuUd and has lace and fastened to her hair witha his favorite fruit (sweet taters)
L of the he had and Mrs. C. F. Washington well be proud of. I rinrrrrCane COU It'r.
highly cooperation Boyer. concerts through the East halo of orange blo soms. She at the farewell party Liz I an' "fH''TV' FLOIIiU1 kRtnrr*
f received from the City Council. After the luncheon the officers fid Southwest. For the past two carried a white prayer book Howell Nasworthy an' Grace Wain- What it shows is that we as a Morris"'ERY.I ,Si

_ _A Mrs. H. C. Ritch, president of and ctaff members discussed the she has responded generously adorned with a small bouquet of wright gave for him Monday Nation fully realize the privilegethat I ........ Simen..ky. Nagler PI..lntltl Nagh'; .... 'II
I the Club, conducted the business problem of how the USO units years to the many request which brides roses and lilies of the val- night Hamburgers and Coca- is ours to do our part in OHlJEH No 2481e .; ..;

: session, which was opened with a could best be of service to the she has received from Army I Colas were also on the menu, but helping to finance the tremendous ANn NOTU'F 1Jlo :P'Bl.J\TIO( {

______ ; ,; salute to the U. S. Flag and followed soldiers. It was agreed by all Camps. She has appeared at ley.The altar before which the Dink can't be bothered with such costs of total war. It shows thatas ....STATFJ a OF ..FLOtlI.\PPE.\R. '. 'II

c., '3 by routine business mat- i present that It was great ad- Quantlco and Fort Belvolr and Is ceremony took place! was banked trifle! when sweet potatoes are a people we understand the : t Slmeni.ky I K.Ninc"62' r,3rd"" ., 110.. ...

,J ten. vantage and pleasure to have the a great favorite at the Service with Easter lilies and white glad- around Among those gatheredat necessity not only for buying War w You York.' BrOOk:

.. It Mrs. L. A. Canova, chairman of opportunity to meet together and Clubs of Camp Blandlng. Mrs the Naswoithy's to bid him Bonds but also for keeping them. June 7th.are, 193 r.fJlllrpd In 11'1, ? '",,..

_ _, : music, presented Mrs. Elliot, who discuss mutual problems outside Simmons was accompanied bY I loll.The bride had as her maid of fond farewell were Florence an' Many thanks for all you have Court eekM and (calico Blur. ?,not

i Bang a group of lovely songs, the busy Special Service Offices Mrs. I* A. Canova whose sym- 'honor her sister Miss! Arline Dew, Bill North, Leila an' Bill! Mundy, done, and for your continuing efforts Telescraph divorce.shall pul.llMh"r..dt'r' (.h! |f'?(J!.
at' camp. always to make the War Savings 'In next four w "'l'lv \Iwui,: "
p among them being "Lonesome accompaniment 'who Alice an' Sam Anderson Lily an
pathetic wore a pink net gown and Wltnenn my hand,
Road" and "We'll Meet Again." adds greatly to any program. lace accessories.Mrs. Paul Bridges, the G. C. Powells, Program successful. seal I at $'rk', *'IOI'ld";jrd Ill old. ,

L : : During the social halfhour the Ladies Auxiliary Sgt. Dan McCue then playedtwo Florence Tillman was Eunice Searing, Kate Sheppardand Sincerely 10th(OFFICIAL. 1943. SEAL) A. nJw.

? '! hostesses served Iced tea Individual Begins New Study Book piano solos which were well matron of honor. of course, his better half- Eugene W. Sloan C. H.Ar.fjrkn.jfioS< : CM
cakes and mints. The He played profession Edna In a touching after Executive Director 'ii"'
At Tuesday MeetingThe received. Sergeant Beane had as his best War Savings Staff. Florida Atty. for Pit ? It ,
before -
dinner Dink told the
hostesses were: Mrs. W. H, Noll- i ally with several orchestras man Mr. speech.
man chairman, Mrs. ,E. I* Matthews Ladles Auxiliary of the coming Into the Army. Wesley Murray. assembled guests to go home and i

t Mrs. E. 1<. Ferryman Mrs. Presbyterian church met Tuesday Pvt. Philip Tully was the next ImmedIately following the cere- sleep in peace, now that he was am Thirteen the billion dollars most raise-In* 4 I

: '4 L. H. Hill. Mrs.' Vonda Inman afternoon In the church annex singer to appear. He has sung mony a reception was held in going to defend them-well fortified In Treasury
the Second War Loan drive
and Mrs. J.. W. Home. and held a profit a b I mission on NBC programs and was with Jacksonville at the home of relatives I might add, by a generous t ls only one sixth: of the estl.,
at the of Sergeant Beane. After portion of Bradford. County sweet FOR ACID
study and business meeting. the Boston Opera Company mated cost or the for the INDIGESTI
.. .-,- ..".'.- enjoying a few, hours with their war
imu '" potatoes .
Several of' the time of his Induction fiscal :year of I94X
chapters new
'J i: I War Workers Tully's songs were guests Sgt. and Mrs. Beane left --
mission study book "On T h I aWoundatbon" Army.
and beautifully sung. on a brief wedding 'trip in Geor- Spotted an'ed!: Lillian IN riRrrrr (COI-RT BIIAUPORO
by Rycroft, were reviewed well chosen gia. They wlU make their homeIn (Cnl'MTY/ FLORIDA IN CHAN-
..; by Mrs. Grono. This interesting He completely captivated his audi- Stump off to Standing for a physical CFRV. .
Pvt. Tully was also accompanied $tsrks,. exam prior to becoming an Lucille Belj by Everett Green, her I

I 10W, Shipyard Workers work In South study America tells% of mission and as ence. by Mrs. Canova. The bride i is a graduate of Army nurse Lois (Long) next Bell ) ;..nndantag ,No va.2489.LeRoy

Pvt Tully then led the audi- Bradford High School and for Thede arriving in town for a ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
11 tfeeded At OnceMECHANICS fellowship between ,North and NOTICES TO APPEAR
South America Is now being ence in community singing with some time has been employed in spell, now that Richard's been STATE OP FLORIDA to: L.Roy 50Carpenter's <
McCue at the piano. the office at the Station Hospital, transferred to Texas MarJorie Bell, who... renldtnce IH Pennacola.
stressed the book Is Sgt.
particularly Florida and whose
I proxent Addrena
helpful. Pvt. Dave Magruder served as Camp Blandlng. (Stump) Thompson readingher III (Staff Sirt. LeRoy Bell 86th Q; '

TGV AT '1 10 M* BOUTS Master of Ceremonies. Sgt. Beane Is with the Station first cablegram from Billwbo's Te:If. 'Co.'.II,, A. P. O. 450. Camp Howme, Drug Sid
LAvaaJg.-.u.ao psa jiou. The business session, was pre After the program the guests Hospital Medical Detachment. now flyln' a bomber In You are reulred, to appear, on
12 Burners f sided over by the president Mrs. Invited into the reading the South Pacific (she thinks)
:100 Carpenters K. G. Duncan; Mrs. Charles H. room where punch, homemade Office supplies of all kinds. for Coach Riser work in' after

200 Electricians Allen acted as secretary In the cookies. and sandwiches were ale at The Bradford County school hours at Blanding A.

200 absence of Mrs. M. C. Mayhugh.It .erved. Centering the tea table Telegraph. T. Andrews (ex-9th Grader) back ,
Pipefltters .__ was planned for the social of In town after boot in
beautiful arrangement training the
200 Reinforcing Rod Setteri'Sheet meeting on the fourth Tuesdayin was Easter a lilies and poppies. Tall as hostesses during the afternoon.Mrs. Marine Air Corps and generously pR

t. 25 Metal Workers- this month, to have a covered from the midst of W. B. Sewell was general laden with marksmanship medals
First Class dish luncheon at the home of Mrs.R. these tapers flowers and floor baskets of chairman of hostesses and ar Virginia Smith able to sit

29: Welders-First Class F. Clark. Mrs. Duncan, whois lovely blossoms were placed to rangements. Mrs. W. G. Halle up after a "beautiful" (her own STARKE FLA

i1 ; chairman of the Camp and advantage around the building. was chairman of donations. Both description) case of mumps .

JA. tarrammcxii TAUT AT 74 ron CJ NT'ABOVB FXH TRADES HOUtt Hospital commit tee asked for Much credit for this outstandingevent ladles were ably assisted by mem- The W. B. Sewells driving out to
scrap or old leather bags or wood to the Woman's Service bers of the W S. O. Blanding Wednesday\, afternoonfor

Tit 100 Machinists suitable handicraft. work. Organization.goes The members of ._,An, annoumyHjpent.the effect those last goodbyes with Jim- SUNDAYMONDAY TUESDAY

1 150 Miscellaneous The following hostesses were this group In Starke Raiford and that the USO staff would be gladto my, who's checking out soonest MAY 16 17- 18Eveii

_ appointed to serve at the USO on Lawtey contributed g e n e r 0 usly write to the mother of any And speakin' of goodbyes,

\ May 16: Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf. hundreds of homemade cookies Service man present brought guess its time to tender mine for
(CTlL4Jl'lJII!: :! START AT (HI aNTS :u."fk" ;C;::L ::. -a
i- I'JoJIo uoua AKU vr> Mrs. M. C. Mayhugh, Mrs. K. and sandwiches and also served many requests for this service. this time So long See .
r Duncan; May 23: Mrs. C. G'I you In the next .

Applicants need not be Boelter, Mrs. O. E. Stansbury, -Carolyn.
Mrs. W. A. Stern, Mrs. W. A. Sfltd'oldedYOU

skilled craftsmen. Training Bonham; May 30: Mrs. Ellery M. Corporal Charles Piper

1 provided. Yard works 48 Davis, Mrs. William Norris and Carolyn Callstreet Will Be Heard

_ hours per week, with pay Mrs. Charles Ward. In Concert At NCCS COULD?! T :HELP
for 52 tours.

100 LABORERS Well, folks Tempus does 1665th Ord. MM, AVN (Q), APO Corporal with Charles Piper, for- PUTTING YOUR FER

(White and colored fugit doesn't It? Another 633, New York N. Y. After merly the San Francisco
Opera Co.
has rolled around and here Betty Green becomes Mrs. N. T. give a concert
I 63c year
per hour) Sunday at 4 P. M. at the NCCS- ON A STAR!
'tis time for those sweet young Hitch Jr.. sheLl be soooo con-
graduates to trek down the aisle veniently located for her Health USO-the USO with the bowling -
ADJOJNINO SHIPYARD SOON TO Bit once again Let's see now Unit job-right next door, in L. A. Canova 'f
AVAI1.AHI.B. AT &BAIKU1AJUJB BA TEll. ., Who's In the lineup this fact will serve as accompanist. MATTHE'1
Corporal Piper will be remember BRIAN AHERNE LUMSDEN HARE JESSIE
,, Dr. Max Shane year? ;; d those HARRY ALLEN McLACLEM
Apply In person only, to There's Sara Barefoot and Nina Weekend Jottings: S\p o t ted by who attended the ; CLAUD ALLISTER RICHARD JOY HARRINGTONIICTOR)
: U. S. Employment around Keystone Heights enjoyable concert on "open house WENDY BARRIEMAY
Service Blah. Sunday
______ OptometristIt day, In which he
______ In Tampa, St. Petersburg, The best to them Is what I afternoon-two(Xvery con g enlal The public participated.Is BILLY BEATTY SEVAN DENNIS HOEY DAPHNE MOORS U
couples: Margaret Beam Don
wish L ;
Bradenton, Fort Myers Invited to this program. WENDELL HULETT ODETTE MYRTIL
Col- Reddish and
Marguerite Gilpin Shirley Margie Maurice en- ANITA BOLSTER IAN HUNTERCHARLES ANNA NEACLB
Lakeland, Ocala or Lees- your .y.f both.r you Utm ley Joyln' that ole bright sunshine NICEL SRUCE IRWIN. MERLE OBEROM

barf. x.min. them end fit you (Seems to be mostly girls, by Seems to: be quite a bit of New ArrivalMr. CLYDS CLADYS COOK COOPER JUNE: UNA CONNOR
with glasses If need them. between BUSTER KEATON REGINALD OWEN
you golly. competition a certain ROBERT COOTE '
30, Holiday Lieut and an Air lad for Guy L. Fraser ALEC CRAIG
years experience. (Guess the boys have gone Corps KINCSFORO JEAN PRESCOTT W
No one employed In critical and Sundays byappolntm.nt.TELEPHONE away the attentions of lovely :Margaret announce the arrival of a baby DONALD CRISP CEORCE KIRBY CLAUDE RAINS

war work need apply. (To serve the dear old U. S.A.) Stringfellow .' And that's not girl, Judith Ann, on Saturday, JUNE ROBERT DUPREZ CUMMINCS PATRIC KNOWLES STUART ROBERTSON:
S-4S7S There's Jew 1I Powell of act hard to understand Hear eldest ALAN EDMISTON CHARLES
daughter of IVAN
THIS 18 AM A. r. Of fame Lorene Moncrlef's recent visit to Sgt. and Mrs. James ISOBEL. ELSOM ANNA LEECONNIE SMITH
401 Temple Theatre Buildin j And Helen Rivers (a pretty see George Flynn made the lat M. Davis of Stai'ke and !gt. Davis EMILY BARBARA FITZROY EVEREST LEON GERALD OLIVER SUIT "
J- Corner Main Monroe Streets is In the MP detachment of QUEENIE LEONARD KENT SMITH
and ter the
name) a very popular man on the MARTA GALEREGINALD DORIS
Station LLOYD
McGtosfeey & Co. Complement ARTHUR
I JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Alice June Harding and Patsy Emory campus, and was he proudto at Camp GARDINER CENE LOCKHART PAX WALKER
show her off to the Blandlng. Mrs. Fraser Is at the ETHEL CRIFFIES JUNE LOCKHART
Tampa Florida. Keen. fellows ERNEST RUTH WARRICK
home of her CROONEY'
:i I
all have Understand Lorene parents. MONTAGU LOVE BEN WEBSTER
Dooley you CWENN
--.,- likes red CEDRIC
keen hair even though only HARDVICKE HERBERT
FUNERAL DIRECTOR What a bang-up job she did as temporarily red -. Glimpsed W. S. C. S. To MeetVoman's AUBREY MATHER 44

J ed.Hope. Sadie Prince (Visiting In these
My Many Yearn Experience Makes It PossIble for Me to Render ( this doesn't turn her parts) and Cpl; Ed Noga at the Society of Christian AJIIb; THE STORY'S AS BIG
movies the Methodist 4
head.) ,J Sunda&afternoon church '
MODERATE PRICES And don't forget Qalney. Eva CpU N. 'formerly played with will meet Monday afternoon at AS THE CAST IS GREATS

DeWITT C. JONES I Fay-- rankle Master! and his orch. 3:30: o'clock, at the church. Pro-

Starke. Florida The girl who has a lot to say Staff Sgt. BUCK Crawford writes gram and business meeting.

-, .-_ .... --_-... ..--._,_ U-109 .. ..n.1 lOg,_ JO And says it well-I do de- that be has already started his
clar- glider training and It's fascinat-

Almost as good a* F. D. R. Ing blzness :. Letter Box
will not -
And of the boys we
Fromwherelsit.I lack Youthful George Thorn Is the

For those who've gone will all source of a very amusing story Jacksonville, Florida

come back. now going the rounds Seems May S, 1943

There's George B.. Flynn and this precocious first grader had Mr. E. L. Matthews, '
decided to Join the church Easter
Andrews Joe Bradford County Telegraph
._ \ by Joe Marsh Off learnln' what they need ,to morn and was idtscuasln' various Starke Florida.

know. phases of the event with the pre- Dear Mr. Matthews:

And William Baker, Comer P., siding minister When asked You certainly have done a fine AII/II/illl i

Lot of other, sure but gee- if he wanted to be Immersed or Job of promoting the Second War '

_ Almost everybody's figuring Ttung\ a law bthiad oar Won't It be a celebration sprinkled George 'lowed as howhe'd Loan and we are particularly fIJJ'\HEnHE.ROBERTCUMMIN6S-CHARLES

what thlnga'll be like after the ,backs" he says, "was vlolaUa When they come beck for graduation better talk that over with pleased to note that your advertisers }f S.*'IOA LUPINO| HERBERT MARSHALL
the home .4 :
folks .
war. I talked about that today jast what we were fl.htln' for. T t mother cooperated so heartily RAY IHLUm-ANNA'
I carefully "explained that some in HEAGU 4:
with Jeb CrowelL Jeb-he's a The very principle we fomgbtfor supporting this campaign. MERLE OBERON "
Thing I Never ,Noodle Now: churches did not recognize sprinkling You men of the newspaper field
veteran of the last War-cays: In 177ft. Law-maUn without
That Bobbie Cameron has a luffly but in the Methodist, Church. have certainly done
"One iMage lore, ;Joe. The I Is of the.o.t continuing -ft
representation one blues voice Margie Patel can which he was joining, you could splendid Job on War Savings' "er/
_., boy this time won't return and undemocratic thing we can do." :either be sprinkled or" and .
give out with the ole jive on the entirely I we appreciate It more than
find what w e came back to. I guess we're all agreed on ole keyboard Jewell Carter submerged George thought a can know. *' Tp.ng -PLA Iris!

Then he went on to mention that Most folks admit we made has begun work at the Post Exchange : moment and then made a momen- With every good wish for you 7

Prohibition. and I ought to a mistake once. but the boys for, the summer months tous decision "Well. I guess always, I am PRODUCE1.DmEJORSE 21 !

say right here that Jeb'a a man who are fighting this war can be Lilian Sternberg's nickname I'll take the sprinkling now, and Sincerely yours, I...., WRITERS

of moderation...a glass of beer pretty sure we won't pull any I III "kitten" Lorene Moncrlef In the meantime: Ill learn to JOHN U FAHS. I.,,.O.I, tda..... GOeIdj..
t swim!" be C.d.l. llKlvdl. ,........ .c.S.
- make with tbe vocal cords but replied State N t C.r.I.
L or> two is all he'll ever take. Itwas thing like that again! can Administrator '-.LIey,
the principle of the thing beautifully i Calvin William VIotow....... :::... -- ....._.JMM HilfM.ANce Do**
that bothered him. 17.11 Is still working as postal clerk- lies Emmy Kelly, formerly of Wathlngton, D. C. "......w --- Min...t.C.Skwrid.DWMM 0.
-ntM.4 only dlffe.ence being that he's Blanding and lately of Dale Mabry Maya 1943 s.-.JeINo v.. ...'...

_______ O somewhere In the South Pacific (Tally) has reslgred her Job and Gentlemen: Also

(taatead of Camp Blanding returned to Madison because of I am writing to tell you about -

: ____ No. 60 of a & .. Copyright, 1943,Bmiixg hdtutry foundation Theodore Goodge' add ress is the 111 health of her mother what I believe Is a magnificent COMEDY &

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I. rAGA fly

MAY 14. i
iD.t1' r Pvt John Arthur Torode would, adequate medical and hospital

have received his 1 "wings" at I facilities.Mrs. .
Courtland Field, Alabama tomorrow Bell's particular field here

Oa&Gi4He and would have been "L.t." is the area adjoining Camp Dlao-
Torode. had it not been for his ding and better known as BoomTown
Knight was f bust Starke for some time, left for Mrs. E. K. Perryman has e-I being laid up In the hospital for In Starke proper, serviceIs
01. H V last week. His turned home after visiting; families -
Tallahassee Tueeome New the pant month with a hurt knee given to the non-resident
visitOr in wife Is staying temporarily with son, Emmett Perryman, who is I Author of "How to Win Friend caused by a fall. However he of service men who have
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. WHalsten a student at Annapolis, and her I vas discharged from the hospital been referred ,to her by private

to Starke-Blandlng for, In Starke, but will join son, Comer Perryman, who is at- and Influence People. ( this week, will resume' his trainIng physicians or by the camp physician -

.,r tAiloring and better cleanL her husband soon. tending Emory College at Oxford, next week, and probably withIn *. .
Perk Theatre. Ga. few weeks will receive time Mrs. Ben is
Oppoftlte Mrs. Edward Burns, director a very In her spare
D. E. Knight at- of the Bradford County Chapter, his commission. teaching a course In Home Nursing -
and Mrs. Misses( Bonnie: and Evelyn accordance with the national
funeral of Judgerge 'American Red Cross, is spendinga in
Craw ord, employes of
,ed w the Geiger In Green Cove two weeks' vacation at Coronado army store spent Easter week at L. B. Hopkins, president of Wabash college, Crawfordsville of- Home Nursing effort t to each train household at least one In
member o
Tuesday. Beach their home in Wauchula. TheyWere Ind., sent me this true story, withholding the name OfferedBy Other Innovsv-
ings Home Nursing.
accompanied back to Starke the man for fear of embarrassing him. I
KImbrough and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman I decided he Red CrossThe tlons include a monthly baby and
rs. Ruby Powell of by their sister Mrs. Ozell Chandler I This young man, a high school sophomore, clinic In Boom TOwn.and ,
Kate will spend the week-end at the His pre-school
MrB. father's home.
week with the conditions of his
r who spent a visiting was "fed up" moth-
week-end guests of home of their brotherinlaw of Mrs. Virginia visit. to all expectant
Ela were I summer here mother dead and his father had all he could do to feed position
S. Fernandez. and sister, Mr and Mrs. T. was hanging Bell, Red Cross Visiting Nurse ers registered at the Health Clinic
R. Didn't to use
fe children. seem any
the and
W. Oliver, on St. Simon's Island. I younger came as a direct result of the at Camp Blending for advice
lames P. Hollingsworth spent Mrs Jackie Gaynor, who spent around there. So he went down to the railroad- and hoppeda war. Because of the conditionsIn teaching purposes.In .

I week-end In Miami visiting G. K. Lewis of Apopka spent the past year in Starke, recentlyleft freight. some of the overcrowded military connection with her special

I brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Tuesday night with his brother, for her home In Elmhurst, N.\\ He went out into the farming districts where he followedthe camp areas, the Home Ser- program she Is also trying to Interest -

\ Mrs James I* Hair. James A. Lewis, on his way to Y. Her husband Corporal harvests, living in hobo jungles, working when he could vice department' of the Red Cross the people 0 f Bradford

W. Wilkinson attend the State Convention ot Gaynor, has been In Starke prac- I get work, living in much the same way the Okies are pic- found that the families of men In County In a loan closet which
fo, and Mi's. W. of Palatka the American Legion In Jackson tically ever since Camp Blanding tured in the "Grapes of Wrath." But he wasn't a typical uniform were greatly In need of would Include emergency suppliesand
Wilkinson his work at
was established, being I
1 with A. J. ville. Okie, as you will see. visiting nurse care. Therefore could be disbursed\ on a loan
I Sunday here the Starke Armory. 1 farm district to another, he met, in in several -
Edgar. 1I On the way from one the project was developed basis In the case of Illness. Such
|:klnscm and son. and Mrs. VV. E. Middleton, I toward
Dr. a box car, an old tramp. They were sympathetic : camp areas in cooperation
Mra. B. Jacobs had as heMothers' closet would be of the greatest
J. J. Fitzgerald, who spent Miss Madge Middleton and Mrs. I: each other. Our young man poured out his troubles and with the local health units, Biad'ord I a
jrs.} week here with her E. L. Matthews were In Jackson Day guests her L.t. twosonsinlaw and voiced his despair to his more experienced friend. Suddenlyas County being one of the help In musing the sick In this
past and
ighter, Mrs. Marcus F. Brown vile\ Saturday attending the fun- Williams of Columbia, he rambled on, he sensed a lack of sympathy on the partof first.
Mrs. D. E. area.Needless
urned Tuesday to her home In eral of Mrs. Mlddleton's brother, S. C., and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. his listener. He paused, then plunged more fully into his The primary pinpoint of the to say that Mrs. Bell's)

npa.His. W. Q. Dowling. Nussbaum of Jacksonville. She woes and, to add to the effect, he described hopes and ambi- visiting miming service Is to give days are busy ones, but all days
had been his. Still no sympathy. nursing care to the families of Fer- ssonel
McCollum had as amer's here accompanied them to Jacksonville tions that once are busy for the Red Cross
[ E P. After spending a few days enlisted and other families
what do think? he asked. men ,
visit. "Well
Graf- Tuesday nor a few days' you
her :Mrs .
Bon Pvt. and
guest with relatives,
Day of forced the
stretched himself pushed the worn sole who have been by
I Imlltlll'y
In the U. The tramp I SERVICES
I McCollum, who Is Henry Silcox returned to Moul- VOLUNTEER YOUR
: defense effort to move
left Tuesday the side of the boxcar, and said:
Mrs. Fred F. Stump his shoe against TODAY
Silcox Is CROSS
Pvt. RED
trie, Ga., where Into which has In- TO THE
Jack-01e. clerk at for Amherst, Va., for an ex- "You can quit this sort of thing now, and amount to a community
serving as a postofflce "
Field.Zach tended visit with her brother and something. If you wait another year, you won't be able to.

tvt. Davis Gassett, who Is stafned Spence sister, James Wood, and Miss Inez The conversation came to a sudden stop. '- -- ,

with the Dixie Division atup Brown, who has been Wood, and incidentally to help] That night our young man didn't sleep so well as he .

Shelby, Miss., spent thekend visiting his son, Ralph Brown, In stage a three-way' _birthday party, usually did on the floor of a box: car. Restless. Mind fOfl.'S
here with his parents, since all of them will celebrate $
Chicago, III., and also in other I wouldn't settle. Nf1tGYJ10ft 1r
and Mrs. Pate Gassett. parts of the middle west, for the their birthdays together Same thing the next night. .1II ... r rs.

Fairbanks, presldent-elec past two months, was in Stark< But not the third night, for he spent that under his fa-
I H. N. Starke Rotary Club, left a few days last week. :Mrs. E. J. Dowling left Wednes- ther's leaky roof, and the morning after, he went out and
the for Indianapolis, Ind., for a10day
day of sorts. Not much of a job but it provided food.
Jesday for St. Louis Mo., tlend < got a job 7
the annual convention of: Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs, visit with her daughter, And he went back to school with his mind on what the old / ,
Miss Marian Dowling, who. Is finIshing -
ftary International. T. T. Long and sons, Tom and tramp had said. t
Dave spent Mother's Day ir up her nursing course aC Not much time left. Must buckle down. He did just that, I

ten. W. K. Harrison and hit Baconton Ga., with Mrs. Carpen the University of Indiana. She with the result that a member of the faculty told him if he

LI. R. H. Kent.and Mr.. ands ter's and Mrs. Long's mother, has been there six months, and made a record he would try to get him a Wabash scholar-
will require about two more ,
Wilbur A. Scott were dinner Mrs.' W. T. Jackson.Mr. .

jests Wednesday of Mr. ands months to complete the work. ship.He made a record; the faculty member made good; he

J. T. Quigley.e and Mrs. Joseph E. Thomas had pocketed his scholarship; and one day rolled off a boxcar in PSZ'V I
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Sparks
little Jo Ann, o( education-with capital of half
Huttos and Denmarks had and daughter herewith as their guest Sunday night Crawfordsville to begin his a
reunion in Jacksonville Crescent City spent Sunday dollar.
(family through Tuesday their nephew a
1 Mothers' Day. The L. S. Hut Mrs. E. M. Thomas and Mr Albert Wilson, of Bronson. A He was graduated a Phi Beta Kappa, having pocketed
Starke and 15 per- and Mrs. P. S. Denmark. for- debates general scholarship and Biblical litera- '4e\
I went from son of Judge H. S. Wilson, prizes for *
[is were present at the Mother's" mer resident of Bradford County,
y dinner. Word has been received here he was returning from Jacksonville ture.And that isn't all: he went to law school on a fellowship. '' Pepd-Cola Company Long Island City N. Y.

that Auxiliary Chella M. Halsay to where he was accepted In If you are idling along, getting nowhere, you can change Franchise Bottler:'Pepsi-Cola Mottling Co. of JacksonvillePUT
discharged has been promoted
Paul Miller, recently of Starke evenings? Call a halt
U. S. Why your
the Navy.
m the Army because of a dislity the rank of Auxiliary 1st Classat your ways not be able to.
If delay a or more, you may
Post Headquarters now. you year
|) and who has been living the 5th and
of the Bradford school to night school; establish a goal
i Col. D. E. Knight's farm neat Co., Fort Sill, Okla. The Senior Class Continue ; go
High School Is sending out start climbing toward it.
---- -*"* THESE
>-- r
exercises -- --
Sgt. and Mrs. Wilson G. Lee Invitations to r--- -
here Sunday on Tuesday evening May
to return
are expected
after a visit In Hopewell, Va.,, 25, m the high school auditorium THEATRE PYREX WARE GIFTS
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. There are 56 In the Senior Class, n STARKEMIIINITK

J. A.: Lee. While away they also and these beautiful Invitations .....
in Washington, also state that the class mottois
visited D. C. ,relatives i, "Strive for Merit and Attain SHOW SAT. SUN. MOV. MAY 10 17 at the top off

Success"; class colors: Green and

Mrs. Edward Burns, director, White; class flower; Pink Rose

and Mrs. Frances Baer, assistant your list '
director of the Bradford County I Mrs. John Tillakoa, who has 1 II
Chapter, American Red Cross, been In Tampa. for the past seven

spent several days this week in 'weeks, returned home recently.
Orlando attending a conference of She spent 12 days In the Municipal -

welfare workers. Hospital where she underwenta / rf

Mrs. Kay Wilson, who has operated -' der major of the operation.time she visited The remain-In Louis the MLL TO MUSC. 1j 'I f r 1 -z: ;> ( -

Mrs. .
the Post Exchange Tailor home of her cousin, .
J( at Camp Blanding for the Goud. Mr. TUiakoa spent 10 daysIn
Shop terminated when he first took his UTILITY DISH
1 past, several months, Tampa
I her contract last Saturday, and wife there, and made two or three t She can bakf cnfcfcan' croqu.tt"I"

-nder the Rationing Program Mra. J. C. Jones Is now the proprietress other visits to see Chrlstodoulou her. His- i The gleaner of Old Son Francisco! ,- ihlt Pyr. Utility DltK. Savt i if
brother-in-law, Jerry J
You are allowed 3 I of the business. looked after his business! The nostalgia of a great love! f.The rat.( Only 40 minuUt/ 'In a 3SO*

Pairs ef Shoes Per Year. Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Hollingsrorth the Electric Shoe Shop-In his hurly-burly of Barbary Coast! f ovtn.Ut II(of meats,brads,do-

Let Us Make Your Old and little daughter Penny absence.A rowdy, 1Ig. S lift*. Laig 65'FLAVORSAVER"PIE ?

Jnes Like New Mrs. James F. Hollngsworth and 1SH Inch,.. .
attended SOLDI
)Ire. W. M. Edwards AN
The funeral services of Fancls Cellon, PU. Earnest A. Fine CAPTURED INceFA
Hollingsworth Fla. IT r
Electric' Shoe Shop 74, uncle of Mrs. Camp handing
Edwards, in Gainesville
Mrs. approaching
and Summer Is quickly PLATE
Across From Park Theatre
it 11 o'clock Monday morning. Oh how I'd like to get homeIf
1 they only would give me a Berry pi. ,In this raw Pyre Pie '

discharge, PI... .UiU. giandl .... for' 43 .

NAT SEZ: I I! tell you no more would I roam, minute in a 400' oven. Fluted _-
thrill Thursday dress In my clvles .. and ,flavor. ,,, ,
Sure got a I'd like to up amPAYNEd edge kaapi in Juice F "';
morning when I picked up my And climb on my trusty old steed, $ Handy glati handle!

paper and aw the headline Or get In and crank up the Si&8,10 .Only 45?

"WAR OVER", then I turned the Chivies 'f.s
durnrd thing over and saw the And ride with no MP's to heed. e

other half-"IN TUNISIA". Anyway The boys I know are all wishing ,, OMi1 .
look good while the same thing as mewe'd CASSEROLEA
It sure did Exactly I II DOUBLE DUTY
In the like to go fishing I II
and annie day, all of us
It lasted distant future, I hope, Jack where a man can be free. I I ...."'lot every bcldt!Shown

not too our papers and seethe But as long as the Japs and the I 4 htr. with .n stilly prtptrtdGictM l
we'll pick up I _
head: "\VAR OVER PER Germans I 1BARI _. Soufll!...The cover kctp..

IOD". That's when I'll chase those Still act as they have In the past and I I f1. ek' food. ttttmlng hot or makes ntulfi

termite outj my golf club.* and Ve've got to stay In here I I -:," pit plat,.Thre. 65'PERFECT
once again! "learn 'em"We'll I .ices-1'hgt.eniy
start /
'em at .
fight till we I I 1
WASH FROCKSIn Ve're khaki proud of our old suits of I ,

'Ve're, proud of our red, white / /; LOVELY CAKE DISH

Variety Of and blue.We'll wlicl.. r
A Wide teach 'em a lesson, by Fof h., Flirt AnnivtiMiy
She cn watch It brown through"'

Styles and Fabrics And cracky then ,we'll come right backto clear gl.t.. Hat glM, h.ndlt ;I

you. Grand for, ill kinds of'bating, and 1

Priced At So girls If you'll Just wait awhile, tarvlng. Shell w.nt.

VeTe doing the best that we can wsi pair Each 35'
soldier a, smile- CREGAR JUNE HAVOC
So give every

$1.98 to $4.95WE le's bound to be somebody's man.selected BOND' GEORGE BARKERWednrmUy I
Don't smile on a few you've !!
.ffLWRD. enxe sawsnrons MIXING BOWLS
t But give them a smile, one and [ ...r... .uaatC.1.
:; .... rae.--- Every txida d.tant* "this' eat ofdu.
FEW all- ,20* ,.t.es..d ab..d- ....1..
JUST RECEIVED A You may be the one he's protected ", ., for' mining,baking, .
Najls and Japs with his -- 18-19-20 and ttoring. U. the big one fot'
from the Thursday May i
all. 'J'UPlWJay iliad bowl the' small one 'for

PEPPERELL SHEETS [his might sound as If I'm complaining "MEANEST: MAN IN THE WOULD" dawtrt for' two. Set ftf/* I

ROCHESTER of 3 bowl. Only Tajr {
I'm not, for I'm well satisfied. JACfc BENNY PRISCIIXA UINK I

Just look at the ground we. are :
---$1.89 DOUBLE:
81x99 gaining Friday Saturday May 21 23 -
jVe'll soon have ole Hitler's hands Store Hours 8 A. M. Till 6 P. M. Including Saturday

Pillow Cases 39c tied. "SADDLES AND SAGEBRUSH"And

",'hen you see a service man "altung" BRADFORD HARDWARE CO.

Limit 2 To A FamilySternberg's I
boost his morale : AWAY" Phone 8
Do something to "LAUGH YOUR BLUES .
be more I
could perhaps

some cute j jI
smile from
Chan a
little gal? :

I 1

""""- M.\v' ,.
9 ++ ",

s IN CIRCUIT corRT. BRADFORD Dearrtpt/na Agent ofof Deserlpllea 1811

'U'' CERY.COUNTY, FE.OHIDAI IV CHAN- NOTICENotice I L..d II..... TWill. lIa.. A..p. Ow..r Tax... 011: Costs of Lund "e... Tvrs> R... A.... Ow."., .h.s epn wAll

Willie Lewi. Plaintiff ".. RamS W'4ofLot83&E'4of! NWU! of SWU W ot 1 t\

Lewis, Defendant. Case No. 2455. Lots 40, 61 & Nyy ot Rd 21 A 23 1 On I e
ORDER PUBLICATION /3-Wnodlawn 19 II 22 20 Ma.fop Inv Co 2.flR N 160 ft of that portion FreemanLlndsey

AND NOTICE Tl) APPEAR Is hereby given that the following described. lands will be T..l>t 39-WotJdIHwn 19 II 22 111 D. Davie 1.87 of Sty' of SEU of SWU Ull
STATE OK FLORIDA to: Slim N34 ot Lot H-Woodlawn It 6'U 6 Otto !Schmid 1.28 lying E of Stale ltd U 21 A 22
Lewis whose residence. In Unknown. sold at public auction on the let day of June 1943 at Starke. the Lots 2 3. t. 7. 8. b. 18. Com; 420 fet N from SB OrlttlM

You are required to appear on County of Bradford State of Florida, to pay the amount due for taxes J1, 22, 23, 25. 28. Cor of SWU of SWU tll
June 7th., 1943 In the above named herein set opposite to the same. together with all costs of\ such sale 26-Woodlawn 241 5 2Z 1110 Mayfor Inv Co 13.20 &runtV115ftN50
Court and cause. wherein plaintiff Lots 15 20' 29. 30- ft E 115 ft 850 ft to
S i seeks. divorce Bradford County and advertising Woodlawn: 20 5 22 40 F. W. Hall 4.8// pt of beg 21 A 22 Josephine
{ Telegraph shall publish thin Order Lot Ell, -..
61-\Vnodlawn 20 6 22 10 Unknown 1.7 I A In SB Cor of a 12-A '
rv In next four weekly Issues.Witness Drsrrlpiroa Amoanl .( tract of land formerly '. IB
y rd, t5y my hand and official .r Land "Mee.Twp.Rae.' Act'. Owner Taxes *: tost Lyxof!: A-ernete; yW; 22 II 23 19 C. I. & M. Plna-f..llow 8.78 owned by P. C. Oood-

peal at /Stark*. Florida. thin April SWI ot NW--'t & W.\t.;\ of wine In Na' of NEU. of .
,; 28th, 1943.OFFICIAL. N'44 ot N'h ot NEye 10 '7 19 40 J. W. Surrency $2.51 $E'% ot Nw :. .. ., 22 II 22 60 J. C. Pr.valt 8.13 SW% bounded N by .

'0 ( SEA T4)) A.T. Thomas NW% ot NWI! 11 '7 19 40 J. W. Surrency 465 Ada Marks\ lot U A 22 1 .Roan Hall
'rat As Clerk of Maid Court. 'row Of' LAWTEY W OF RY. 2:1: IS 22131k SWU, of Blk A S of R 3 ,
+' J3. K. Ferryman. Starke' Florida $E'4 of SESZ 2G 6 20 40 N. W. Mann 3.65! W In NE',. of SW'44 vTemple's 1 I.

h Atty. for Pit. 4.30 41-6-21 NEy ot RW Vy 1 8 20 40 A. P. Johns 126 3 Ex Lot 2 Fonllo Orltlll 7.114 Sub Dlv-2>\*, '
11 All S'h flf N'4' of NMe Lot 2 of fIIk 3 Fonao Orlfflll 3.42 21 8 23

'', Il l''r' 1 IV! CIHCriT COI'HT "II"UFOII" W. "f Branch 12 8 21) 23 Fonnle Crews 3.35 Lots I. 2. 3. 4. of Elk Wu 4 of Blk 6 R of R 4 3 Jan Dell
GqA { COI'VTV FLOIU"\ IV IIIAVCKHV. SE''i of Ex Road 12 8 20 37' Konnle Crews 4.24 8 W. C. Woot..n 10.71 W lying' E of W lineof "
1.i of NW1'j & Nlil ofSW'4 Lot 1 of Half' Rlk II A. H. Harley 6.20 NEVI of SWU In t !4 114

1 j Raymond J. Heltman, Plaintiff vs.Elisabeth of NWSfI IS 8 20 60 W. B. Lazenby ISA Lob 2. 3., 4 of Half Hlk Temples. Sub Dlv 21. 22 ,j\, ,
+ M. Heltman Defendant. AE'i of NE & 2 A Ini 6 A. H. Harley 3.78 W'4 of Blk 1 N of R 3 I J'' s
Ylr 7 $ Cor oft NEVs of Halt Fllk 7 act. 'i l y its
2454.OJU'En F. Young 1.2fl E & all Frao of E'4 aiulsRIab
+ r:0: Case No. OF PUBLICATION NE'1/ 8 20 43 W. B. Laienby. 1.64 Dlag. Lot 3 Unknown .85 nf Hlk 1NofIt3lu f fR ....... I III
NOTICE TO APPEAR All Lot 12 B 0' River III 8 20 Ray Mawmlll Co. 1.98 of Frao sold N. D. I1rtl' '
t STATE OF FLORIDA to:: Kllia. All 4i4, H of River Ex TOW OF LAWTEY E OF nY-8..II. 23, 24. 21.: 20 3 2:1: Hagraman being 649 ft 'r"! ,.;
RE'{ of //oIE'4 20 8 20 180 Ray Sawmill .
beth M. Heltman, whose residence Co. 7.65 I N & 8 A being all said
Lock Lot 7 of Hlk 8 & lots B15ftofLot6&E54: Free W of .B line of 'tNW'h ,
N Is 121 East Clinton Street 2. 4. 8. 8 vf Blk 29 ,. ft of Lot 7 A. 1If. Townaon 3.13 of NW'i ft E'4nf !

Haven. Penn.required to appear on & Lots 2. 4. 8. 8. 10. 12 All lot 12 W of Old NEU' of Blk I N nf ,i r
} 'I' You are vf Hlk 80 & 1..01. 2. 4. Lawt..y & t.
1948 In the above named : Mlddleburll' R 2 B ft 814 of SWU "
1 June 7th.. wherein. plaintiff 8 of Alk 81I< Lots 2. Public Road A. O. My"rll 2.114 of Elk 2 N of R 3 K, "
4 Court and cause, Bradford County 3, 6, 6' a"1 : 9, 10' 31of Lot I Hub Div ot Lot 13 W. J. barber 1,94N',4 Temples Sub Dlv 22 A 22 10 Mrs.' Grace
e r seeks divorce.1 Elk I < : Lot 12 of131k t of Lot 111 8.611 Ford
this Order Brln"on 0\1: Brown All' land on E A !Td
'i it s Telegraph h weekly: :Issues. t3 & lots 2. 3. 4. Com at HW Cor ot Lot S e.'I! f the old )
t%, In next four hand and official 6. 8. 7. 8 of Fllk 44 & 17 A" run E 100 ft for Starke & Lawtev Pub-

I, Witness my Florida this April T..otll 2. 4 ot Elk tII & a pt ..rfttb"l thence run lic Rd In Sec 22 knownas
seal at starka Lots 2. 3. 0. 9. 7. N. of N 75 ft 8 137 the O. A. Thrower
3 27lh. 1943. Thomas Jllk 411I< 1.015 I 2. 3. ft W 75 ft to pt of Sr property-10.82 AIn
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A..T. 6 8. 9. i 11. beg 3.44
Clerk of said Court. I 4. 8. 7k iOB John Grlffls NU Cor of NWU of
,} As 47 & 1 Com at SW 'or of Lot
t NWU 22 8 "
a J. (t. Harrison Jacksonville. Florida I U. Gt.J..w; River 23.24 II 21) Emil Mitchell 12.32 17 A run N 274 ft, E That portion of SW'4 of 11 Mrs. Grace Ford ,....
41-5-21 .
j''r' 1'1 Atty. for Plf. 4-30 1'11'4' : ot NE4 t 33 8 20 40 Eliza Wilson 2.10 160 ft for a pt of heir !!IE'I< HW'4 of 8EU .

NE'4 3. 8 20 160 First Bond &'. thence run N 37A ft K of E Ii.tI of Rd 48 23 22 20 Ern..t.

iv! ciitcriT (01111' BRADFORD Mortgage Company ,. 1809 100 ft H 376 ft W 100 E'; of 8W-1, N of Rd 24 S 023 33 A. J. Thomas Wund..llch U
+ COI'VI'Y.' FLOIIIIHl "'614X- Lots 1. 2 '7 7 20 107 C. L. Atkinson 13.79 ft to pt of DK David Mack 3.H 1vr, 26 22 SO Ernest ,
1 r1 !n7 1'' (2EIIY. N'\t\ of NI/o & SWI' of Com at SE Cor of Blk 18 offS It'4ot : Wunderllch [Iij j|

,7 tT z u.. I Clayton T... Whltford Plaintiff vs.Gladys NAI, & that portion ot .. & run W 80 .ft for apt SEU of SWU' NWIy&{
Whltford Defendant. Case of NW"i4 E ofPubllc nf beg thence run A N 3-4 of NW'4'! ofhWU
No. 2447 Road 8 7 20 123 C. C. Melvln 82.13 N 274 ft W 80 ft R 274' Kx SI\ 1.1 A 28 8 22 //i0 Leon
ORDER OF PUBLICATION Lot 9 nf Hlk 1 & Lot 12 ft E 80 ft to pt of beg Llllle Mae. Howard 3.68 NU; of SK" of SEU 26 6 22 20 V. K. Decandia, '
; Larson
ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR ot Fllk 11 & 1..01" 2. 7 Com at SE Cor of Lot IS Com nf NB ('01' of SE'4 i 1 3
) ?! STATB OK. FI/ORIHA to: Gladys ot ilk 12-\VlLr.1 City 8 7 20 Mrs T. P. Ward Est. 4.12 ft run W 160 ft for a of NRU! & run W 383 ft

+IISIrHN Whltford.' whose' address I" clo Lot 2 of Fllk 3 & Lot 4 IJtI? nf bear thence run /Southerly about 111 HO ft
.. ( General Delivery.:: Topeko, Indiana. of fllk II-Ward CIt)' 8 7 20 Mrs. Ozena Oodwln 1.69 80tft to pt of Lag B 120 ft to Sec line.
Lot '7 ot ilk 3 & Lot 8 1\IrH. Laura E. ft E Alice Brown 2A7 thence. N to place of
( June 7th.are, 1913 helaboveenamrd of Hlk tJ-Ward City 8 7 20 Baxter Eat. 2.59 Com at SE Cor of Lot 18 27 8 22 12 Leon

Court and cause, wherein plaintiffseeks Lots. 22 23 It 25 28 of & run N 274 ft for apt All that portion of NWVi Decandlo ,."
divorce Bradford CountyTelegraph nlk iI-Wal..1 dll 8 7 20 C. C.. Melvin 8.96 of beg thence run of r SEU+ 1)'lnffV of
SEt of SF'i & Nf..llo! of W 240 ft N 102: ft E
'''I h this OrderIn Canal & N of Call Stand
: next four weekly Usues.Witness : RI'I:; Ix ItV. 9 '7 20 74 VVaray Cnrp 9.78 240 ft S 103: ft to pt E of WeTler M ex
my hand and official NW'4' ot FlF4' Ex Ry II 7 20 38 Waray Corp. 4 81 beg Cella Duncan s 3.44 hornet of E. 11. Hat-
Florida this April N..n of 'NW'I & W'II ot .. Com at SW Cor of Blk) roll H. II Houston &
seal at Mtarke NW'A JoJx fly 10 7 20 108 \Varay 18 ft run N 100 ft fora '
r 28th, 1943.OFFICIAL Corp. It.811 Chas. A. Jenkins 28 A 22 Blandlngr J
( i: SEAL) A.J.Thomas BW'. M NWI'i & NWu141V'48Ex pt .of beg thence runE80ftN174ftW80 Com on S side nf Call StA Center Inc ;.

As Clurk of said Court. lit B side of Water Stat
291193of '
1 Tracts ft 'S 174 ft to pt of t r
T. Frank Landrum Starke, Florida new designated I Intersection
,1 4-30 41-5-21 In / Cur ot NE'i beg George Coleman 3.44 & run Easterly ...
for Plf. yW j. .
Atty. -
W 13 7 20 284 JT. L. Houirh 1038 Com at SE Cor of Lot parallel with Call I
RWV4 0' N'VM 14 7 20 40 Tri i- I'rawdy 2.3ij 18 & run W 180 ft N St 220 fet thence":
E'' ot ot SE14 '7'' 20 20 H. L. Hough 117' ft for of beg .
2 36
awt Southerly At riff I l h tangles '.;:
r IV! CIRCI IT COCIIT. 111tttFOIIDi)1'PY NEt4 thence ,f'
IH of Ex 6 A N run
_____ ttSOe/\i1 to Call St 25 '
____ FI.ORID4.I ( II.""- off '
111 7 20 1S7 ft E 80 :
Road 35 T. L. Drawdy 2,6(1( ft thence Exxterlv and .
y Jame Y. A 10 A of flE'4 ot flWH 13 7 20 10 Breoker Tpt. Co. 1.48 ft to pt of beg Charlie Scott 297 parallel with said I
Wylt Johnson Plaintiff Defendant vs. All NW4! of NWS4 N ot Lot 25 ,e. Frank & Lola Bell 2.23 street 280 ft, thence o
Margaret ROHS Johnson HORd' 15 7 20 20.. L. Z. Williams |" 3.33 N 130 ft of LotOTT" 116r, I Ulorla Peoples 1.64 /Southerly at right I .
Case No. 245.1.ORDER S 8.4 of RW"4 8fu.r'ENVl angles 100 ft thence "",1'*
OF PUBLICATION 111\-1-1' J p:
& M 3.4 of o[ SUB l.'l' I.TKYS'i
purallel to Cnll /St ;
E ot ranch A '
: .. 2HO
OF FLORIDA to: Mar- All IIE4! of I4WII/ E of ir-; 7, ;- .'1 : of Lot 1 Alberta Walking 1.64 right ft angles thence N 25 at ft ..; 'I',,
iraret / ". W 44 ft of B 97 ft of N
Iau880JFIratoAvenue eCorno- i & Y of thence W
'. parallel with
dence rehEx 120 ft of 5 '
2 Al.emetery Miller 1.77
Call "'t 220 ,
frgt ft to Water
_ polls, Pennsylvania.You : &. Ex 1 A In SE W 41) ft O ft of /St thence Northerly

are'require't to appear on r"rnPt"" 16 7 20 129 II, E. Stokes. 10.76 Lot 5 Jennie Moore 2.24 100 ft to Pt fit
beg 6 22
June 7th.. 1043 In the above named. 8W" of NE'F ofNV I:1fI: ft of N 159 ft of Blandlng Center Kill

Court and cause, wherein plaintiff & h 1'2E A ofNW' Lot 5 Leonard Crawford 1 .7T OKU.IVIIIOWV OF ,
STtRKK :21*
seeks divorce. Bradford County ., vf NW'/: NE' !H! 39 ft of Lot 5 Ruth Jenkins 1.47 0 23:

Telegraph' h I: this Order ot RWy4 &: NWI.! ot Lot 8 Annie Robeison 4.60 Lots 5, 7 of Blk 13
In next four weekly. : Issues. NEST 23 7 20 212 nrooker Tpt. Co. 23.46 NL2U of NE'i of NW'4! 21 5 22 10 C. C. Gunter 2.48 Lots 2, 4 Ac W 40 ft of R.r.:: flp..rkmnlJ .111

Witness. my hand and official !. A SE'.. of NWU\ Ex 14 A Lots 4. /8 of pk| :
seal. at /Ntarke. Florida this April W'v'l :r'JE'J.8EI.: 23 7 20 60 D. It. Saunders 18.ItCom In "SB Cor 24 5 22 26 Unknown 5.81 Lots I. 3 of Blk 16 Ex 13: Chas, RosenbergCarl it 111It
26th. 1943.OFFICIAL. 00 chns \V of NTJ !'IE'.. of flE', of SWU 24 5 22: 10 Catherine Wilson 2.48 W 25 ft

( SEAL) A..T. ThomasAs Cor of Sec 25 &: run HBO B"J ot NWU of SE's & '* t lot (Lout 22 ft 2 Ins hitch I
Clerk of said Court.T. C'hncoV 20 chns N N'.n of 8W\4 of SEU 24 II 22 40 ( 432 K1 of NW Cor of
antleaLou Lot :2
Frank Landrum Starke, Florida RO chns E 20 chns to !S'' ., of SWU of NE' 25 5 22 20 S Edwards 3.4: "f Hlk 20 & run H 41

Atty. for Plf. 4-30 4t-5-21 Beg Ex E 8 A of N \ N'r..oh'lt4! \ of N V 4 ft B Jl! 3.4 ft N 41 ft
20 chns. Also Com 80 25 5 23 17 Lee Miller 2 24 to Call St
chns W of NE Cor of NW'. (,f NE'. of SWU. t 2"NBU 5 UJ 10 Willie Strong 2.41' to: Pt of Peg thenceV
{ iv ciRcrrr (0I'llT mi.IDFORDCOI 14010 25 ft run H 340 ft of NW. of SW'I, 25 6 23 10 Louise Stanley 2:48: Lot 6 Ex Tom Burrell 011
N 10ft of
t 'VTY. FLOIIIDtl: ''.\.N- for a pt of bea; thencerun NWU' of NW'i of SWU 25 6' 22 10 M.: L. Paul 2.4S of
a' l'9'RY H' 1180' ft W 12S4 ft N'-a w'E't of SE'4 of Lo'tJ8VVn.k. Vt
$( Robert' ; C. Mary :' Jesnl E
Culp. Plaintiff vs. nfiNWU e LI v I ngaton 91
N 980 ft E 1284 ft to '
i Elirlte Culp, Defendant., Case. No. Keg-29 A 25! '7 20 141 IT. II. Fors 14 91 of' SW'' of SE'\ 25 5 2:1: 10 Catherine Wilson 4.08 At't''a E AW Int.by 1 105 lot ft

.$48 ORDER OF PUBLICATION B'n': of SW'4 of SW'4 27 5 21 20 Mrs H. C. Edwards 1.83v.Ofot8'jh.Ofofs" St4tof r.N.v.. of ot N AE U bounded N hy
HI., 30 5 21 20 c. H. & John 25 5 22 II Willie Cain 1.94 Nollnmn ,
f- AND NOTICE TO APPEAR N10 ; NE'i 31 5 21 10 C.: H: Rents It..nta'g\:gJot N\V4! 0' SE'i of RSV!: Ins & w E by liy Walnut Hutch- > ,'
I. BTATB OF FLORIDA tot Mary 4 nf HW'82 5 21 it NWy4 ot SWS4 ot
nr SWU 51 J.V.. Townsend. 3.90} St.
TCbrtte Culp. whose residence la 22 Jo of of 3* I R 21 20 REVo 5 22 20 RI..hl1rd 28 6' 22 W. H. Noeg-el Jr iH!
!a' NWU NWVi Mrs H. C. Edwards 1 81 26 bl Cnm at SW Cor of Madl-
t N. Hock Street Shamokln. Pennsylvania. f ot SW'.4 5 23 If ( 218
)..h Alf NEU N of Rd 2W" A 21 157 Mrs. Annie R. Alvarei 2.88 RWf SW'f J. & : "<>" A Hay Sts ft run
nf NEU &: Eof I of 5 Et4 of ta\V'I.! n II 22 10V.. C. Dpyo & Bro Jnc. 2.48 H 284 ft for "' ss-
,' You are required to appear on 4 sEP4: of SE': of SW'i 25 6 22 10 O"Drge Strong a pt of
o? NWU A 21 160 E. E. Norman 3.18 1.64 beg thence
run w 105
June 7th., 1943 In the above named NK'i of NEI'L'A W'A of 14E14 ot HW'i. of FI 1'L: 25 6 22 10 JdgarVlIJlalllll, 1.6. ft s 821.:!
ft n ins
Court and cause. wherein plaintiff N1<:'1. ft NWVi & WV4 E 3 A of \VLof N4of fN Mi'ft
,, *, .....k. divorce. Bradford County of riW'4 A 8 21 860 1.V.. Townsend 28.6A I4E' ot 'NE'4 28 II 22 8 Lynwood Crawford I.U leg to Pt. Of
i1 2 Telegraph h weekly itah: thin Order SEU' nf NE'4 Ex 1 A- E'4! of Nli& ot $! WS. ofNE'4 1 lot ot land In Starke IS A 22 Mike Dew IX

In next four liftmen.Witness Cemeterv 13R'4 8 21 39 Frazier. Kelley 1.40 28 5 22 5 Joe Peed 1.94 114 ft N& Mby210
hand and official N 195 tt ot E UO ft Of
4, seal. at tarke, Florida this April of of 8WM HW'.of Ex HWti 10 A AEV SE'l nf Sw'4 of SJo '. 28 5 23 2 Jesale Moore 1.9. by ft E & W bounded E
r gdth. 1943.OFFICIAL. In NW Cnr 13NE'4 A 21 90 Empire. Lmbr. Co. A.79 N' tfotTt NW'4 : S l yali:rtntLane:; 28
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas of NE'iNWV4 18 6 21 40 Bettv Kirby I.10 ( NSy oft8W4Nof 23 Mary Jane Green En '1I!
A. Clerk of said1 Court.T. of NE>i 24 6 21 40 Mrs.: E.: L. Biggs 3.00 & \ \ Lnnf 'i'fO'll
Frank Landrum. Starke, Florida Beg at SE Cor of N'VH' NW'' 28 5 22 35 E. E. Edwards T3RW4 TRl'IIY A.FlVk'21' :. CO'9 ftlBDIV: OF \KV4 OP %E'i :SH! 8 8
Atty. for Pit .-30 41-6-21 of NW Ai AI of ISEII.!,' ot
run N Ye8oJer'e';: W J. nt Ry 21 5 23 8 F. A. Fisher 2.38 "' 3 f Blk Annie Williams Est ill I II'M
NW'4'vt S\Yl/ 26 II 22 40 :lllIrll'lIr..t Carroll Annie Williams Est: t
IV CIRCUIT (rolHT BRADFORD 7.15 ft .tn Pea line NW' 26 7.54 Ulk 6
COUNTY FE.ORIUII HI."\- thence N 370 It to NW I NWy,. of of 14Wyi RE'4 ot of SE'I & 6 22 10 tattle Moore 1.94 Lot 4 Blk 11 Ed Hunter IIIijj

CKHY.Vera Cor of N\V'4' of SW" E 198 tt of 8Wofi4 foIE'4. Lots 1. :3 of Blk 19 Unknown
Harris Plaintiff I vs.Charles thence E 880 ft S 660 r W4! or SE'4 28 5 22 Lot 3 of Blk It Carrie Turner ijj ijji
s"n.pa.d. ft Kx 1 A 13 Unknown 8.08 Elk 25 Mose Graham
to Beg
K. Defendant.Case on W'l' Blk 28
SE14 of of :
No. 2448.ORDER N side & 3.. A In : SWl4 j1"! of fthN1Vf A. R. Randolph S i!
OF PUBLICATION NE: Cor 4 '7 21 A Mary C. Plllard 4.8A SE o RE" nt SWt' & 28 II 22 5 Peter TI..dale. Sr 3.78 J.otll 1. B of Blk 27 A. R. Randolph

NOTICE TO API'EAR All NW', of SE'i N of R'y' of MR"g, of 44A ilk 211 Jox: Lot 2 A. T. Paul 11
; fI'-.iIo.: OF FLORIDA to: CharlesE. HAL Rv &: 8 of OH' A : 'v'; ot SE'4 ot I'1E'{ Lots 3. 4 [Ilk 30 Joe Hotran I

Sheppard whose residence Is 231 IIt,. ft E of Plattedland. & H 420' ft Of $E'4. Of S 60 ft of Lot 4 of Blk Willie Roberts 1.9L

Hamilton Avenue, Olen Rock NewJersey. 4 7. 21 5 Unknown 8.61 of /'lEI' / 2'7' to *
ntoIl'lj II 23 117 P. F. Halter 19
rilk 40 Sampson City A 15.83 2 3 Ida Simmons
E'Aa of NE' of sE' Blk .15
1 A E nf Blk 40 In 6 23 20 Margaret Carroll 2.48 Alfred BarnesUnknown !
You are required to appear on : Stn of SE'. & SIS 2 of lllk 40 211
June 7th., 1943 In the above named HI!* of NW'4 of 8WM 4 '7 21 2 Mary C. Plllard 2.41 t1E'4' NEV\v"f of IoiE' : 28 II 22 30 Lonnie 1.; 4 .Ik. 41

Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I AIJIErt"of SE'4! E of lots H, 45. 52. 5; 80. W. Page 2.U Lola 1. 2 of Dlk 42 Sam Franklin 1
peeks. divorce.' Bradford County 20 7 21 20 R S. Surrency' 1 24 U In Woodlawn .j Lot 4 Rlk 42 Bertha' LeeDell 144
Teletcraph' shall publish this OrderIn SE'4' of HE I' :23 7 21 40 Unknown 3.do E'; ot Lot 11-.O'od--" 30.' ,II.r 23 60 H. P. Starling 3.72 Lots 1, 4 Blk 45 Jessie
next four weekly :Issues. 55A In NW nf NK4! deed. i lawn 81' II' 22 II Mrs Lots 2, 3 Hlk 46 Sarah Scott la
Witness my hand and official ed tn William JonesHa Lots 28. 27-Woodlnr,n. U 6 22 20 W. R. Crawford Starling 1.89 UBli\ *"'" of Lot 2 ot Sarah ScottI.MIGHIOV.1HIBY
seal. at Htarke, Florida this April : 1M & UK of 8E'4 E'4 of SW" of NW'', of 1.03 47
26th 1943. of NWW! 24 7 '21 I 73 Norman Blue 1091 NE'd & v of SE% Lot J of Bile 48 Fannie McCall //N

OFFICIAL REAL) ''A..T. Thomas All NE'4 nf NW'4 W of of NWt, of NE'4 34 5 22 ,S..IU.. Williams. 1.11
( 10 E. M. Dlount
As Clerk of said Court.T. Rd Kx W 9 1-1 A 28 7 21 7* Clyde; Morgan Young '7.13 Lots 10, 1t, 13 Peetsvllle 8.43 A "''O'I! aN"
All NW'i of NE14\ of I ADDITION 2!* 48
Frank Landrum Starke, Florida 811 5'
Atty. for Plf. 4-30 41-5-21 NE'ai M of Ry 29 7.,'21 8 R. 8. Surrency.. 2.34 N 400 fl ot Lot 12 23 9 William Stron g 2.24 ii'' of Ittilt Lots 5.
Com NW Cor of NWM Peelnllle 811 7, ()
6 22 e
H 4 Ella Cain I.U Rlk Mrs riHI
of NE'4 A run 210yds 5 J. E. Wilson.
IV (CIRCUIT COI'RT. BRADFORD K IlSt4 vds N Lots 18, lI-p..elllvllJ. 311 5 2:1: It W. J. Strong 2,08 Lots. 5. A W. P. Smith : )
COUNTY. K1.OHIDA) IV t'HAV. 210 yds W 118ydaW' : Lots U. I1'.el..vll1.. 85 6 23 13 William N' of 8. 9>. 11)) J1Ik JT Carl ,,111
Strong Hitch h
( .;ItY. .. 29 '7 21 8 9 63 1.84 Lot$2- 1:1: & Lots
Clinton Joseph Ledet. Plaintiff, vs.Catherine '4 nf NE4! of NWW' 2 6 23 20 Careon'M2'Orlttl. 2.48. Lot 19-pe..t.vl1l. 85 5 23 8 Peter TI.dale Jr. 2.48 a. 12 of Lots 4. bLots

Roth Ledet, Defendant.Case Lots 6. 3. 7. 8, 21. 22, 27, Lot 24-p..I.vl1le 311 b 23 6 Lilli. Tisdale 2.08 3k, 123A W. T. Week EBt.. 'N t
No. 2449.ORDER 37. 88, 39 40 f 41, 42, NEV4 NE'\\4 5 S 9 ft
!: ::l 40tO U 10 Sarah Hayes 2.48 of lot. 4 of
41 ) 51
4IS, 411. 49. 6f .. NE'4 NW' 6 Lots 8. D '
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 52. 63, 64 66, 56, 57.' 6K, W4 ot NiI! of NV v.. 10 Enoch ; Lots 0' ilk Ifl Floyd Green 'IS
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Cath- 62, 63-Woofl- of NW'', 311 6 22 Strong 1.94 k'i83' ".. 13. It Of A, Brooke R
erlne Roth Ledet whose residence rwII.: 10 5 22 300 D. Davis 26.26 Ey' of 8\\ Ii Of N\Vv. :I 6 22 III C. I. &: M. Tln&fellow 1.84 Lots i8 1
20 A. C. Sumner 1
Is 1019 Fourth Street. New Orleans W'" of Lot Woodlawn 10EU. 6 22 5 Carl Becker 1.47 II'E 0[ f'Jw'4V 2 6 22 .U J. M. Uriffls 1.84 1.28 If 2. 13, 14 of Blk B. L. Williams tl1'2x
Louisiana.You of Lnt 9 A all Lots : ot
required to appear on 3, 4. II, A T 4. Mrs. E. "M. Tboma ta\\
are > 9.
10. It A W 4 of Lot 3 6 22 10. n
wfdnt 18 William II. .
June 7th, 1943 In the above named 12:.. Wood Is wn 10 5 23 311.fr.\ ... Teressa Becker 4.70 IiIW'I 4 ot NEI' &: F. Booth ,1.58 & IlkE24
Court and wherein plaintiff 20 Unknown S.... 0' Mf It 27 f. L:: Peek Est
cause Lots. 36/ tI-\V..o seeks divorce, Bradford County Lot Woodlawn 10 5 22 10 Unknown 125 NEt' ot NEV4 9 I 23 40 Lois Adklna 3.72 Temple's Add to Ira ft hara YoungUnknown v
Telegraph h :'I: this Order Lots DO, 3 I-Wood lawn 11 6 22 Mayfor In... Co. 28 \vy of NW f Of NW'4 10 6 23 10 Jas .1. 3.85 ; 28 8 22
in next four weekly Issues. Lot 61-Wnodlawn 11 6 23: 10 Paul En III'II" 1.411 N 1.8 .t N'" of $W'4 Bailey 1.48 Lots. 8.16' 10 11. it. 13. ii.J

Witness my hand and official Wnf BKH of NE'4 12 6 22 10 H. W. Ilrvlland 167 W :: ::Wt E of Rd 6 (leorge (lrlffls le'eoAddition14to a
Htarke Florida this April ,. : n n 2g 1,40
seal at Lots 5.1. 64, 69 60 A N'inf Wt4 of NK4. 6 Louise C, Gardiner : Starke L
26th 1943.IOFb'ICLAL Lots: 67. 58, In : 4 8.32Wfy Lots arl2 28 A
Unknown 23
SEAL A..T. Thomas \Voodlawn 13 B 22 50 W. C. Deyo A Bro Inc. 11.00 of SW's : NE', H n f8 A. 'U. am' 8,38Wt 27 U. It 'It Rlk Unknown 4

As Clerk of said Court. Lots 1. t, 3, .. 19. 14, ot NE' & Wty.see 8.89l'tEt(5 Temple'a Addition _
T. Frank I.andrum. Starke, Florida, 15, 14] 17.' 18. 29. 30. : of NW'' D BIo SsrkTVo Stark. 28 Hi
4-30 4t621IV ,. ,. .. ?.. A 22 John .T.>.. D+*ke,fm_ (
Plf. of ,
for 36 "
Id Atty. 81. 82. 33. 34. SS }.I tAoflnSJoz"? rrvri. ;: 8A -- DIK S
45.: 44: 47_ : 4K. : 60.; 43, .nd W 10 LoI" '. *' 8 1. _
CinCt'IT COIRT. BHAI>PORD 64. In Woodlawn u 13 IJ JJ liDO j. w.. Baker ::1:11.h: A of sE':: 4 of; NWt4 11 21 112 Mr. Pearl of 81k 85 Peek's v
(COUNTY' FLOHIUAI IV CHAN- T..Otll,6. A. 11. 12-Wood. W lOA of E II A 01 Starling 3.2i Late Addition to Sark. 28 A 4,44
lawn 11 5 U 40 3. H. Williams 4.80 SE'4 of NW\.o\ 11' U 141 W. H. Andrews 39 3 fI"ek'co 4 6. I Elk 23A Margaret Carroll
Oscar H. Orlm. Plaintiff, vs. Mary Lots 27. t -Woodlawn 13SWU Mary E. Ward 1.49 REte l NEVf L W. 2.11 Addition to
R. Orlm, Defendant.: Case No.! 3450. of SE'4 of NEVi 14 : n n Nellie I W. Frank II? W :: of n : II ::8 Unknown' Conway 1.2 Lots"tarke 28 /B
ORDER OK PUBLICATION K'4 of 8W14 nf SE>4 14 I 22 20 Rosa William. 1,14 E'4 of $E'... NW" 6.88' 13. 14 Of Blk B. 23 E K. Ferryman
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Lots 13. Woodlawn 14 6 22 241 CI.mmle Ford I.U NEl4 of NEVI af SW4 If 8 12 10 Ernest O..ner :Rising Add t Ion to
STATE OF FLORIDA to: MaryR. Lots .3. 23, S4, 26.- 8W' of RE'4 of NW' / $,1/ Statrkof 28 111
1 A
Orlm. whose residence Is Ualttmore Woodlawn 14 II II to tJeknown 5.11 3 In SE Car of 8W3of 14 Elk 32 J. M. 23A William C. Powell

Maryland.You Lot Wondlawn 14 II 22 10 O. H. Pierce 1.41 NWV4. If 8 U IS W. M. Kirby fr"keAdd I t Ion to
are required to appear on 14 I 22 10 8% If I 22 10 L. B. Bobaln 374 28
.Tune 7th. 1943 In the above named Loot9 44 Wool wn 14Lnts II 22 211 Unknown 3.46. 8 NNW'ofEaW'1 A 314 lIto: o"i gtl4nYoln8 22 Mary B. Maloney 1'44

Court and ..au.e. wherein plaintiff 6, 6. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, on E .Ida 15 II f5 Joe Peeplea 14.36 bounded. : :'
Bradford County 14 An undivided .n.-half N hy
eke divorce. 12. IS. 26 In Woodlawn Add Johns
Telegraph shall this Order 15 II 12 110 MaJ'for In. Ca .... interest In all NE" of Seo W by Ry a by
/In next four : u Lots lIS, 16, 82-Wood- HEI4 W ot Rd 11 .. 10 Line Lob '
Witness my hand and official lawn D. L. RI1rsby 4.50 E'4.of. NW'\4 of I'U:14' : II I II 611 Ort.n" Mitchell Johns Of M'Starks '
seal at Starke. Vlorlda. this AprilOFFICIAL Lot 26-Woodlawn n.n: rg Stanley Vrundaga 3.41: flE\4 of NE'4 Ell 8 A 641 Addition to ,

:8' 1941. N'i of Lots 4*-Wood- In NEZ ('nr A Es 13.0 Lot '
( SEAL) A..T. Thomas lawn' 15 II n I F. A. Fisher. 1.77' A 'n NW Cor' 1/ I II II Matilda Dixon of 3 n' Elk 2 Lot 27 28 A 21 J. G. Boyd "'
A. Clerk of said Court. Lot Woodlawn 15 II U \\41 XI''' E. 0. Harvey 1. '1Wlawnf Com at NE Car of BE'kof Sll 8-D Bik '7 City Park
T. Frank Landrum. Btarke, Florida. Lot 40-Wood. NE'! W 4; Add
s' 1
4t-6-21 Avery K'"er: It W 491 ftNE 746 of Lot 28. 22 iH
Atty. for PIt. 4-10 K II II 5 L. 1.77 k T. R. Young
S\; tt EZ 201 tt to Beg Gasklns I jin*!..: ::
I1-Wood-awn 15 II 5 A. stoker I.U Ex: N I A II '''I the. Town of
12 J.
I Ollbert Slarke
IN CIRCUIT g... 13 2t II'
NW of Ex A I"
8W\4 of NEt 8y 32
E of Lot 40 Wood.
FLOHIDAl! CHANDnro'thy'j. !4 of Lot 4 Floyd Green
CroR t'IITY.1: lawn 19 5 U I m. a. Harvey 17'7' and NEI4 ot SEI4 01 the Gasklns A"dltlon (0

I Mooso.:! Jr., Plaintiff, ... Lots 1. 2. 3. 14, 16, 16 LoW1, F-nr. 11 II 10 F. ... Packham5 3.41 Com Tow n Df Starke 19 <
at s
NW >
A rta
Walter L. Moose Jr., Defendant. 17, II WH of ; I. a. t of nf "' Cor of NW\4 .1 MS3 Floyd. Green
4 once E. Canova 'EI4 k
I A all Lots 19, 40, Sub run 8 488
C"ORDER 'OF PUBLICATION 4E. 63. 54-Woodlawn 16 II '''II 18 Mayfor In". Co. 12.18 Div In 1'07'' .. 17 I U 120 Arthur Dale r.ilhet: for a
AND NOTICE' TO APPEAR Lots 141 13-Woodlawn 16 I U 10 E. C. Mosley :1.23 S.... ofE a.1 of NW\4lof\ 3.>9 ft run Et370:

STATE OF FLORIDA to: -WalterL. ,, Lot A N 215 ft of NE14 J8 / 23 11 Lydia T.OD. 1.14 N 1183 It W In ft
resides at 38 Lots 18, 17, 38-Wood- NI1t 01 E I.a ot NW4. ft tD of
Jr. who Lote be.
South Moose Hanover, Street Baltimore I lawn 16 II II 10 Rinrlalr' Mo..ley 1.18 of NE\4\ 11 / YE 13 Willie Tyson Jr. 1.08 3. 4. U. 114 Ever_ 10 2 Elmo Stroll 144WIY's
Lot Woodlawn 16 II 2a 141 Mra. E. O. Harvey 1.17. ','A strip Inn tt wide Add
Maryland. to appear on I Lots 21' across B end ot W4, of N NW\4\ of It I S3 Amanda 1'44NYEI
You are required 'i 1.1i 1.'Nall NEIoo of E Ex 8E" fiilcoz: :
June '7th.. 1943 In the above named 84. NE'.4 ot-Rd 141 U I Llnd..y Orlffl. A
Court and wherein plaintiff 39 A all lots 40. 41, 44. SE/t", of NES1 & NEye 1.7A It of NWIS of 141 1 23A 1 A Wllll Lucas N
45. 62 66. 87, ( .tlE" ao II 10 "''n. Onle :
seeks divorce Bradford County Freeman Corn at 8HrW 185 tt
8'tnllw 11.11
: Woodlawn 105 In Co. 18.18 About 10 A In of U 141PAGE
this Order 61. 63 17 5 U Mafor REt4 S3 !/ R. Well
D. A. R.
!;;:1 next J'f'.u'.hetfII: : Issues. Lots 4. 33, 33. 41. 42. 49. NW14 a. per deed 1'- of ft '4 rCorun N f2'i A.
Witness my hand and official 60. 61. 61. 68. 64. UK! corded in Deed Book. E au 't H ins
seal at .Htarke. Florida. this April C*. 63, 40. page 127 !i 22 141 a. 8. Bradley E 110 ft 8 420 ft ft
.II1N 1.
G'Of8'1..otl'Jl. 6 61 ft W
". 1941OFFICIAL. 64 A In Com 112 tt N from !IE! 10 Beg
SIt SEAL) Wood Is wn 18 5 II Itl ...ator In. Co. n." Cot of SWt4 of NWt e All NIi:'<. :' II. 23 I lf
( As Clerk of saId Court Lot 46 A K4 of Lot 31 A run N 113 ft W 23 NEIoo 6 oofR5Et14: of McDougal

*>. Frank Landrunt. Stark., Florida. I Woodlawn 1 13 I II 11 Mrs E. I. Harvey I.n ft''. ". .. B Sll ft II. 22 s 11.11
Atty. tor Plf. 4-30 .41-8-J1 : Lot 7-Wc>c>d"wn U I U 18 Carl Carter 1.17I to pt of bee SI A 11 1 Giorge Frazier 1.14 ( Louie Kabr Est.

I Continued on pan 7))





_____________________________________ _ _BRADFORD_ COUNTY TKUCQHAJ 8T.UUUC. Ft.DRIDA PAGE SEVEN'

AmmunitionFor duly qualified newspaper of lI'.n. i I tiff. vs. Rosa. Louise :Markham. De lesrripllsas A..t .f

yr,'a l circulation published In the fendant. (Cas No. 143S. ... ...... ".... T.... ..... A.r. 0....., Ta.e. A C'a'I'
Farmers City: r."f Starke. hradford County. I ORDKR OF PlTHLIC- rrf\N I
'5Ul.. Florida Is hereby designated .. ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR '", A inSlO Corpf Rtof
th. newspaper. In which this notice STATE OF FLORIDA to: Rosa. NWh ot tllo:; ExN
All farmers may now have sufficient hall be published on the follow Louise Markham whose resldenc I I. ''nAHW 8 U I C. P. Chandler 1.18
tag dates: I 401" North (Uuthrl Avenue, Durban. 1 A "or of EHU
ammunition to protect their .\fay 7. 1943; May It. l 43i: May 81, North Carolina. of NW% of :::L 32 8 II 1 Joe Johnson U8aYout
1 943. You are required to appear. "n NW&S 14E% Na
tn farms and victory gardens, according IN. WITNESS WHEREOF I have I June 7th., 1943 In the above named. 10 A sold divers.
hereunto net my hand and affixed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff persons. II 8 II to Victoria Slack 8.18
tarn to V. S. St. John ownerof the official seal of said. Court. at seeks divorce. Bradford County Com at lilJo Cor "f W

the Eastern Auto k.t ':"ydrgtdMU ci..i lua Telegraph shall. publish this Order of NW", : 810'S;
It Supply Store. this A.yr. 1941. I In next four weekly issues rain N 447 V ?s ft _
IIIIQ "The Government has released to A. J. THOMAS, Witness my hand and official II 21 ftV 175 ft M ..20tt _
,* Clerk' of the Circuit Court; of seal .at "$tanke.. Florida. this April l1 310 tt ID Pt of
each farmer two boxes of shells Bradford County. Florida.. 30th. 1943.OFFICIAL. tteg' I II I WIllie lack I.U
OFFIC1AU SEAL) 8.7 at 431iv ( SEAL) A. J. Thoma COIII rt W of HE COI'U as
-.-' "- '...Lo; for 22 long rifles and one box of I As Clerk of said Court. "f Wt, or NW\ ofSEt&runN2tOtW .

riRrriT envier BR \i roHD William, [). Morgan. J..ck.onvlll..J. .,1
t Health Into Menus number 12 guaga shells," he said rot itv, PLOHIUI i>i CHIN.: Fla.. Atty. for Plf. 8-7 41 63ix 110 ft 8 210 tt 35' 110 .
Lynn CJlambe,.' PointSavingMenu this CICHY tt to lOt of beg sa. II 1 Essle Green I.U
Vitamins Plus week "for the protection of' riHcriT roi'RT BtttnroRiCOIxn. ) {'om 360 tt N from flW -
With & Wayne Cox. Plaintiff: vs. Maud FI.OHIIttl a:\ tllAN: Cur of % of NW'.1
their gardens against pests." Cox, Defendant.. <' ,<.; No. 3474. CKMV.Davis : \ Sof
Braised Liver and Onions ORDER OF PITBLI 14E'.4 run l'i 35s
'ATIOX Marshall Chestnut Plaintiff tt N 10 tt E 110 It _
All they have to Is
do ANn
to go to TO APPEAR I befendent.: N
vs. Todd
Mary Chestnut I 54
Whipped Potatoes 4
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Maud, 02: IPrOf48 tE a
Case No. 2470.ORlER .
IHKt the Eastern Auto Store and till D. Cox whone beg
Parsleyed Carrots residence I I. Hull OF PfRLICATION 111 or roast
Street. Charleston. sa I U Frank Parks 1.14
z4 out the Government Mouth Carolina. I AND NOTICE TO APPAAR
Green Salad necessary You are required to appear. on STATE OF 'IAUUDA to: Mary. L.I\"OI. ("I'ry 111& OF' 55104 W OF BY aI.: sa

blanks In order to secure the June 7th.. t943. In the above named Todd Chestnut whose address I.I Is Lots I. I of Blk I ..' .
'"4,.. t. Enriched Bread Butter Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I CIO Bus T. .1. Alderman I.U _
Station Mulllns South
above-named ammunition. Mr. eeek divorce. Hrndford Count I Carolina. Lole 8. 1 of Ulk 5. William lIlcL.od ElOt. '.11

.4. Orangeade Refrigerator Telegraph. hall publish this Older You .are required to .appear on Lot S 0' nlk .4 FlIa Williams 1.311
3t. John haa the In next four
blanks. weekly Isauev.
Pudding Witnep.. my banal and official( I June 7th. 194.1. In the .above namei1Court Lots 5. 1 "f Dlk I Philllp. Joe Johnson I.U
and cause wherein plalntinseeks M..Leod : I.S6 _
William rat.
I seal l.at 8 of Hlk 6
Recipe Given IN tIftt'i'i' 'Ot'HT RHAUPOHO 4th. 3943.IOFFICIAL at Starke.. }Florida this May divorce .and no other relief I.t I of Hlk It E" J. Jnhn.on I.U
('01 ,"." FI.ORI1j.ii I t'H.t.Jo.pha :\. SEAL Bradford County T".gral.h' shall Lot II of Elk II Olll.f Williams. .n
I ) A. J.
(''';H '. Clerk I of said Court.: ThomasAs I publish this order In next fourw..kl lot 'I of Hlk 9 H. A. Prlllloott Jr. .95 _
IJI Daum Berk, Plaintiff vs.J4881" ) Issues.. Lots 4. 6. It of Hlk 10 Unknown 1.4"
Keeping T. Frank Landrum otarke. .. Florila.tty. .
vegetables well refrigerated Beclli t)..'..n<1'">t. Case Nu. A for fit. Witness mv banal and official I.ot 5 nf Elk 16 GeorgIa Allen 1.10 _
Insures at least a good degree I 6.7.t 528l seal. at Mtarke. Florida. this May W',. of Lot a of Rlk 1. _
ORDER OF fit h.. 1943.OFFICIAL.
of vitamin PUBLICATION J. H. JohnS Sub Div.Nlti5 .
preservation. Keep them AND NoTed TO APPKAK 4-mrrrr ror fln615P0ui) ( ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas of NW4 as 8 U Mrtt. Abbie L. lIenn...... 1.11
covered toolArrange STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr. rniT. piOHiit I" tHACEK -: As. Clerk of said' Court. 8 A lu NW' Cur of NE' '

Louis Beck (Corporal). 5941 Ord. \. John J. Henderson. KSIJ. Ally for of NW 1.0 a:1: U 8.1. O. Boyd I.U _
your crisp raw fruits and Co. 11.M Camp Shelby, Mississippi I I J. W. McMlchen: Plaintiff vs. Pit. 6-? 4t 52Six 'om 2fI tt S of NW Corn _

1.11 vegetables attractively. If you'd like You are required to appear on Eloise McMlchen. Defendant. Case of NW'4 &
June No. 2469. (riHcrrroYi; HHW; 7"
7th.. 1U4J In the above named nntiiKoRit E 731 ft ,
'i to have some fun, really, then take Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I I ORUKR OP PI'BUfTIOV ('lit '''' FI.OHI"(11. ..:\- N 1\11\ ttV 7114 tt to
1.11 out the old geometry text and fol. seeks divorce and Custody of I ANI NtlTR-K T() APPEAR ('KILY.Alt.a Ii.ir 83 8 12 4 lIen McOou..M I.U
Minor Children. Bradford County STATE OF FLORIDA to: ElolneMcMlchen James' Barnes Plaintiff vs. All NW of 8W'. W of .
lij IIIi. CrisP (recni rive you plenty, low some patterns you find therein Telegraph shall puolisn tiu oiuvr whose resident.lit. Un- Lei.ha Earn... Defendant.. Caae No By as 8 U 8 A. .'. A. C. Co. I."

B and C. Assemble -they're fine inspiration for attrac. in next four weekly Issues. known. 24117. All NWL of SWl' IU nf _
\ vItamin A. Witness You .are required to appear on ORDER OF PUBLICATION
my hand and official fly Na about I A In _
Lm In your mmUd* aDd get plenty tive appearing vegetable and fruit seal at Starke, 1o''H'ld.' this May June 7th. 1943. In the above named ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR: $ V' Cur U 8 U U n. D. Hunt I.U
don't need dishes. 3rd, 1943.OFFICIAL. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff STATE OF FLORIDA to: Let ha All HE'5 nf SEt4! 11 of
i. [ health IDauraac.oa ( SEAL A. J. Thomas seeks divorce. Bradford. County Barnes4 whose: residence Is BII"I..n. ltd Nx 2.16 A across
lots to shop for tneie.RWbat's Cottage Cheese-Vegetable Salad. As Clerk ot said Court. Telexruph shall. publlMh this Order born North Carolina.Tots H ..nd 446 Mx 13 8 U IT Mike Dew I.n

I (Serves 6 to 8) W. C. Ilardasty! Daytona Beach, In next four weekly Issues. are required to appear on I A III NI C'ur rr NW' 4
FIlL, Atty. for Plf. 5-7 41 5-89 Witness my h;ind und official'' June 7th., 194J\ In the above named. of NW % 35 8 U 1 tTnkJlown U.1t
the pep appeal of your S cops cottage cheese seal at Stnrke, Florida, this Mt>y Court and cause, wherein plaintiff M"l of 8W04, U 8 U 40 Unknown '..51Lol.

these days? It should be better I 4th. 1943.II'FICIAL. seeks. divorce Bradford. County .. 8. 1 or IIlk S task.Klngslv .
ieals garlic clove "
(optional) l\ ClltCI IT (OIIIT HlttMFOHU BEAT.) A. J. ThomasAs Telegraph shall. publish this Order heights 1 n _
tll than ever be- 1 teaspoon salt CO!''>TV. FLUHIUtt. IN: IHMfKKV. Clerk of saul Court In next four weekly Issues. NE" of NE as 8 Ii Clues. H. Mdlllian 1.12

fore with spring S William. li). Morgan, Jacksonville, Witness my hand, and official! 101 3"f NWL6 of NW'.
tablespoons chopped chives er' Lillian Travalena Weiner Plaintiff FI... Atty. for Ptf. 6-7 4t B-28 seal. .at Starke, Florida. this May & .W0'l of NE4 ofNW
4. vegetables dotting green oniontablespoons vs. Nathan WeIner Defendant. 3rd.. 1943.IOFFIL'tAi.. III II n 110 Mary n. Maloney. ...511Nta. 1
) the markets colorfully J .. Case. No. 2466.ORD3R I "IHr"IT ri>i HT Isle %I>FOIII> SJo.o\ I.) A. J. Thomas lOf NW(. a 1 II 40 Unknown 3.18
chopped plmlent OF PUBLICATION COt MTV, FLOHI!)." IH I'HtV- A* Clerk of saul. Court. W144 of uf SW4 3 7 (". W :olson 6.56NI94
In grtens U cup chopped celery AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ('.;R\ T. Frank I
:..ItHI yellows and reds. Paprika STATE OF FLORIDA to: Nathan William T Dallnr Plaintiff V*. Atty. for Plf.: 5-1 4t 6-85 NI..i4 of SR',4' 4 1 U .0 leone. Williams Ibt. 5.89 _
vitamin Weiner whose residence address Is Jennie E. Da I lor, Defendant. Case tllH% of SiilOtt;: ... ,
Many S encumbers Mr. Nathan Weiner 261 Cayuga No. 24A8 ix ('...("t'ITI I&-T nil \..IFOlln HicLi' ot l4i'i. of HI..t, 4 1 12 10 Dr. E. M. Webster .41
lid mineral laden fruits are Just I medium sized onion Road Buffalo. New York; and ORDER OF PrRMfATION (' MXTl FI.ORIIl.tl t\ 41111! Corn at 'or of NW'4
home- whose Post office Address I I. 884 ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR 4'Ki4 V. if :NI'. (r: run l'4 420ft
mini into season so you S large tomatoes Main Street Uuffalo. New York. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Jennie Rufus ..;. Smathers. Plaintiff' vs. 14 630 tl N 110 It

akers should have no trouble get- 2 carrots You are required to appear on i E. Dallor, whose residence. Is It. D.NOY'I Ora Rovers tiiiiathers, Defendant. W 4211 ft N 110 ftW
two June 7th. 1943 In the above named I Canandalaun. New York. Clise Nn. 218,1.ORDER : 2144\ ft 5 1 U 4 Unknown 1.00 i
two fruits :
rig your quota of French dressing Court and cause, wherein plaintiff : are re ulieil, l .0 app.'nr on \ OF PUBLICATIONAND 8 A 1 in 51.1 h"ototrN'l'; _

getables and a citrus fruit Into Salad greens seeks divorce and Custody of Child i June 7th. 1943 In the .above named NOTICE TO APPEAR ..f NW'5 being 484 3.1 :
lour Bradford County Telegraph shall Court and ..au..e. wherein plaintiff STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ora ft II J W by 660 CtN
family's diets. Rub mixing bowl with clove of : publish this Order In next four i seeks. divorce. Urndford County Roiters Smothers whose residenceIs : & : 5 1 U 8 Marshall J..ckaon. 1.03

1 In winter it is sometimes extreme- garlic.! Add cottage cheese salt weekly' Issues.Witness Telegraph" shall. !>iil>ll..h this OrderIn Route I I. Box 140. Waynesvllle, I A In MI''] ('Dr or Sf14 S
my hand and official I nt-xt four weekly Usuea. North Carolina.You ..f NV'4.4'' E x I A III
k difficult! to meet that nutrition and paprika. Fold seal. at Starke, Florida, this May Witness my hand< ,lend official' are required to appear. on NE ("or .1..0 4 A 410It 5
quirement because of the scarcity in chopped chives 3rd. 1943.OFFICIAL. seal. at Stark., Florida this \May June 7th.. 1943 In the above named F. 4ft W by a16 tt
J. ThomasAs 4th. 11143.10"'FICIAL. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff. .
( SEAL) A. N 4ft H N of and ad.oining
vegetables and fruits and their pimlento celery. Clerk of said Cnurt. 8RAI.) A. J. Thomns seeks dl i voice. tired ford County $ / 5 A described 5_ _
jnsctuent high prices. Now thoughices Turn Into a bowl w. C. llardesty. Daytona Beach As Clerk of said Court.Oeruld 1'.I"lI'rn'I"hall\ publish. thin Older I above 5 1 U 8 Marshall. Jackson 1.811
"Fla., Atty. for Pit 5-7 41 6.45; R hart ksonvllle, Fla. III next four weekly Issues.. H 5 A 1'\iI\ of SWIa !.
', are hither than last year at that has been Atty. for Pit. ___ __ 6-7 4t 6-21 Witness my hand and official e f $I l41': 5 7 22 Unkno..n t.U ,_ _
Jin time. they are abundant and rinsed with cold TIlE. (rlllCI" ('O"HT. KlflHTHJllJICItl. seal at :Staike.. l"ioi'ida. this May Wof NF.\ II 7 HI 40 J. W. --Andrew. & Hun 1.11'1' \
,," .Iut- iv finer IT ('01 HT BittnfnnnMTt. 31..1. l 43.OFFICIAL. "; of NW'', nf NW9 7 U 10 Henry I.... Smith .10W 4
tost OK
of us can afford to spend the water. Chill in C"lIH'II'1' <-( -. KI.UHIIItt t\ ('ii i- ( SEAL 1 ) A. J. ThomasAs 't' lOf NW'S' of NWh D 7 U 10 10.. I".. Flume 1.2/1 4_ _
4 II; l. t. IN AMI VII nHl>PUHUCOl'VI'V. .
them. ('KHt.lluth' Clerk of snld Court. 40 Unknown 1.00
jxtra money required to buy refrigerator. Un. tC'HtNCKHV.: N lh ot I-II l'.0 h \iiNti 1 U
Stevenson Urnhnm. flnrrnb-, Itt Frank Laiulrum: Mturkv Florida of tlWuf\ NI !& 10 7 U III Morgan" Lea a.1I1)
'.11 mold center ot (ITY OF STARKK a municipality -) : 5.'j
Perhaps you have a garden this on rant Flnlntlff. vs I llurnld. I Is rrab' fur Plf. 4t 6-X
large salad plate surround with watercress In the County ) rant Defendant. : 7. NI\ of NW' of tlW\ 11 1 U 20 n"'k" I1re.1f liard.
.11$ (ear. You're probably planning to Bradford, State of Florida.) ORDER OF pr.IX.TfI4.\ ; IN ('IIt1'ITI' ;;ciir; II II \iF'(4il. I) Ware ('o. 1.48 _

ut up most of the produce but you thin cucumber slices on. PetitionerSTATE > A N. I" '"'nor1/. '''? TO AnnRAIJ.' '- ('01"1"-.1"1.011111\1" 4IIIX- Vi.4; of Nl".t2.. of SF114 15 1 n 20 Willis I'yal 1.IG
availableor ion rings carrot flowers tomato -V. P STATE. OF FLOHIHA to- Harold; II"('KItS. $II'h: nf IIWL 16 1 U 40 Lillian O. H..rr.n. 3.04.
ftlways have and)
some crops OF FLORIDA, fliirrabnintr. who.... let nddreiis, Is aemue Vaiey lIart..v. Plalnilff; H ::1110 ft of NWot\
immediate consumption such as wedges. Serve with trench dress the n..t.xP.r.rr'IIr.': P o"f rt the y)) I cio Rnyden Onrralirnnt: Nynck HolloeDppurlment I Annie Crnnford. Unffey, Dt>fvnil.int IoVW: ..f lIy III 1 U 5 Southern Dairies. Itic 1.1IJ!
Nyai, New York. and, Cnne No. 3464
lettuce tender shoots of onions ing. munirlpnllty ) {'Olll 10 yale W of MI'
green STARKK, a -
CITY 2nd udilress is eo: MtH Itkrri. i"rai't ORDER: OF Pl'ULJCATlOV 'nr "f 1-1"0 III & rllllr I-
etc. In some parts of the county In the County of) ( Mother! ), 89 Burk Street. Nyack A.MOTICK' TO APPEAR % 240 N )
It's bit early for some of Bradford State of Florida) New York. STATE OF FLORIDA to: AnnIe 241) ft tt.4 Iollf : 1 r.. n. Clara Ada
0 01, a including non-residents own-) You are required to appear on Cranford Uaffey whose residence beg. J8 1 n J..h: 11.1SS
irese to make their appearance. but I ', '. log property; or subject to) June 7th. 1943 In the above named is H.I: Culilwvll. Mivet. Cuiu-uid, 1 ,lot lOft It "'. In NW

[hen they do, up and at them! I ; taxation therein ) Court nnd cause. wherein plaintiff :North (',,,'ulilla. (',,r cat 1oI1i' of tllo\4:\ of a a441'lV
I TH'ITATK seeks. divorce and Maiden Name. restored You are required to appear on : 19 1 n Llnknown 1.52. '
Homemakers are fortunately beI I NOTICK TO TAXPAYFRi.PItOp.IITY OF Fr.nR.>I. Bradford ,County Ttlvicraplinhull June Till, 1W43, lit the above nsinedCourt I.,,,. Jl3. 24. 23. 24. 17.
IDA AND THK publish! thin Order In next and cause, wherein, iilnliiliri' 24. In C. J. W..k'il
If iming more and more conscious of : OWNHKS AND CITI.ZIoNR four weekly Issue. seeks. .1 I vcra.. I llraiirord, County Hub lIly Ill 'I n john Ethel Thomas 2,39NE',4

;ie Importance of fruits and vege. I : OF' THK. CITY OF STAKKK.TI": Witness my linnd. nnd official 1 Telegraph shall publlHh) this Older lit Nl' ', 20 7 2:1: 40 1.iiliaiu Li. U..rnll 3.UjJ'Jl.llr
1-1: .
I A :MPNICII'AI.ITY seal at staiku" ,,.Florida. this May In. next four weekly Issues, HW'. IIf NW', &
ties in the diet and the more so COUNTY OF BRADFORD. STATIC 3r
ey become the more healthy will I n..' FLORIDA.OWNIPHopJoatTY IVCLUniNO NON- ( SHAD A. J. ThomasAs Nasal. HI Hlarke, Florida, this May of SW'54' :::0 1 U IS.T. H. Saxon 1.41
: flFl : Clerk of said. Court. 8"d 10.:1.: Last II "ul 1)IV of 8WIfvtH \.
ecome each generation of Ameri- I OR m'rijECT TO TAXATION: \I. C. Hardectv.. Daytonn Reach (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomaaAs %Vt 20 1 U 4 L. O. Johns Jr 1.81 a,
If ans. Even those of you who have I THERKIN' AND OTHERS HAVING Fla.. Atty. for Plf. 5-7 4t lI.n! Clerk of said Court. # of Nt.1a4 .. NJ% ot

een deficient in these foods during I Ia OR CLAI.\flN(I ANY PROPERTY RIUHT. TITI.KOR TO T. Frank Lnndium. $tl..k..1 Florida, 441'.04 uf NW'S\ 21 1 n 80 I.. R.. Clara A Ada.I .
INTKRRST IN IHflTANCE irtiici'IT foTSfr iii \roiti> Ally. fur Plf 6-7 412H: 12 A in HI' Cot of Nm''. 1..1\: 1.1' _
growing years will get much I BIO AFFECTED BY THE' COI'NT%. Kl.Ollllttl '% ( !!.,>- of NWJ.L II 1 2:1: U I I.. It. K..lch. ..99Wi1 .
4 OF''TUB: r-RRTlFICATES!: I% ('I it('t ,'r ('I)t ill', Illl tllFOIIIIOITt. .
eneftt from these foods in I (KH1. nt NWf HW!& 21 1 2:1: 211 ..01.1... Haste hunk' 2.444
3 I Including DESCRIBED HEREIN: : Velma Ounln y. Plaintiff vs Mnrrv < KI.OIIIIIIX ( ii \\. ; tlf of HW'',. :II 7 2J: 211 flaibara... W. King 2.04 i
, our diet. A heavy meal calls fore I FIlJ: REa.HI.m the' City of Starke. Case No. 2477. ('.::11 Y. M-f: of IIWJ't (If NE'' & S SNV
I In the Dung'J.t"A'if Klsle'
"I ) t \lHairirl Plaintiff. Vincent WI?
I OF PITBL.ICATIONANf vs. I ,' !\ u 44W',4'
; light crisp "just right" feeling County of Bradford. "State of FLorIda -, > NOTICE TO APPEAR VisuvKl also known as Alf.d1..- 4ft 1 E" tlf jJo: ', as 1 U 10 Cecil. H. Moore 13.111
'II .hlch fruits and vegetables supply. I the petitioner In the abov STATE OF FLORIDA to: Harry aj'gi, I'efendailt., Case No. 34.19. 1 A nn N ."1. or j4ioi, of
.1II 1 entitled. cause did on the 1.t day I Dunlary whosi roeldenca Is Un ORDER. OF PUBLICATION! NW4! N of "nd adJin-
III Remember vitamins and minerals I of May A. I). 1943 file with and known. ANI NOTICK TO APPEAR: Inlf II..".. III 28 1 n 1 Unknown t.1O

)III'94I ork hand in hand to give your present. to Honorable A. Z. Adkln"1 You are required. to appear on STATE OF FLORIDA to: Vincent NWI.t (If NW'4 U 1 U 40 1'sople. State flank UII
(I A salad bowl that's popping one of the Judge of the June 7th. 1943 In the above named IsuKKl.. also known as Alfred Vis- All S.i't' oC NE3l J.x 14

I'II' body health and fuU of health with Its tomato slices named Court, a petition:..dfO Hewer Court and cause. wherein plaintiff. ova;!., whoH, legal residence Is 191!) A on N side 29 1 22 18 I'eoples Stat hank I.U 4
to keep it in good validation. ot Water seeks divorce. Bradford. County Edison Avenue Hronx. New York; Lots 6. 8. II II Hub
: (vitamin C) lettuce (vitamin A and Revenue Certificates of said City Telegraph. shall publish this OrderIn .and present. .address Is Company, I., Iiv nf N3j of N1i134of !

:1ij:1j j workable order. C) bananas (A, B, C:), green pep. of Stark Florida. In the aggregate next four weekly Issues. loth' Infantry, A. P. o. 1. ( arePostmaster. of NW'' III 1 22 I Oll.f Williams 1.14 _
'- C Most vegetableshave amount nf '$O,000.OO In Certificates Witness my hand and official New York City. New G A I in: Nt. Cor ot NW'eof \
per. (A and very much C). In the denomination of seal at Utarke, Florida. this May. York. U. 8. Army. NW'4 19 1 22 5 Knott & Pltt I.143li.

ijJ many of ".00000 each dated July! tstL942!. ._.., Sth, 1943.OFFICIAL. You are required to appear on '" of IH\4:\ of Hwy4 It 7 U 10 o".r Williams I.34Lits
both minerals and Here's a vegetable that makes a with Interest at me rate 01 a ncentum ( IiIEA L) A. J. ThomasAs Jun. 7th, 1943 In the above named 1. 8 of nlk 11 In hampton Development
per annum. payable .mi. Clerk of said. Court. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff hampton. 10 1 12 Co. 1.13liDl. a
II vitamins. It is interesting main dish when combined with macaroni annually on January let and July K K. Perryman, Florida. seeks ,i I vorce. Bradford. County .. 7. a. 9. 10 of nlk .
'44 1 to know : 1st of each year evidenced by Interest Atty., for Plf. tlt..rk:7 4t 6tiIV Telegraph' shall publish this Order 30 manlon' Add 10 1 12 .1. L. Lam.re.uIE LOS
4 coupon, the first Interestbeing In next four weekly Issues.Witness .
1.01. t..2. 3, 4. 5 ot Blk
.1A 4 that greens (let- Green Pepper Staffed With payable January last 1943, (.Rrt'.T COURT BRADFORD my hand and official 2 WrllJht'li Add ao 1 U Mall.y Williams 1.11 p
ice, parsley watercress, turnip Macaroni. and: the principal 1 of said Certificates roUNTY. FLOHIIJAl IX: CilAICR .>- seal. at Hlarke, Florida this April Lo ., 23 24.of
' maturing and being payableon (' V. *8th. 1943. IJlkU'4oUil :Pt : "I
11I etc.) are rich not only in (Serve 6)) July let In the year and H. Mc Uruder Thompson Plaintiff A. J. Thomas. Park 11-11 1 II Mae hayes 1.U

I ron that makea for good;rich blood amount as follows: vu. Jean Thompson. Defendant.Cise A. Clerk of said Court. Lot I of W of NW3I," HI 1 U 10 Nora Williams let
green peppers ..b (." 1.,1..1.) No 1470.ORDER (OFFICIAL HEAL) U
ut also in vitamin A which .r. Lot I of WI, ot NWII 1 10 Mall..a frlimm 1.41')
promotes 1 cop ceoked. elbow macaroni Ae.ee Truce OF paBLJCATIOW KnIght A Knight, Htarke. Florida, HW\4 Qf sW3.. II 1 U 'G Unknown 1.00
.:I good health of skin, eyes, and M pound grated American cheese 1 ".onO 00 1944* AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Attys for Plf. 4-30 4t 521IX 111'of 8t4: of SW A
I'J eepi you buoyant and full of en 2 1.00000 1945j STATE OF FLORIDA to: Jean HW\4\ uf H\I1\ 13 1 22 80 Unknown 4.n
I cup soft bread crumbs 1,00000 1946 Thompoon! whoe residence Is 3113 CIIUTIT tOI'RT. HHADFOIIIIfOI'XTY. NW" ut NF..4 to.x N 400 usft.
'J ergy. The greens get a nice big !31 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce 4 1.000.00 1947H Marshall Avvnu, New Port News, FLORIDA ('H4. It 1 n 28 J... Veal 1.40 It
" [lIar for being rich in Vitamin C. 1.00000 194' Virginia. (''':HY.C..rolyn. Corn ..t NW Cur ot NF.of '/.
f U teaspoon salt ..1 3.00000 1941 You are required to appear. on Walsh I Plaintiff. vs. NN'un' H 8i//
i eces.ary for health of teeth and g.g 3.000 00 USO June 7th. 18U. In the above named Charles Walsh V.tendnt. (...* yale N ZSlSyds 1
fI bone. and for quick healing of Cut a slice from top of green pep- 10-tt 2.00000 1951 Court and cause, wherein ph'''.,lit No. 3441. 33 yds W 45ti. .r:.
I [wounds. per. scoop out and cook in boiling 12-13 200000 1J53 seeks divorce Bradford County ORDER OF PUBLICATION In beg sl4'l of NJh:;)
14-n 3.00000 1J11 shall publish this OrderIn AND NOTICE TO APPEAR\ .
for 9 minutes. Drain. Telegraph 1"1 JC 5 A In NI'J.Co
r Don't be when the salted water 18.11 2.00000 1954 I next four weekly Issues.Witness STATE OF KI.OitlOA to: Charles Ex: :3 J A In tlW Cor 8.Ex 0
1 surprised Mix remaining ingredients saving 18-19 2.0In.nl I 1t18 I my hand and official, Walsh whose legal residence Is !: Ity lIS 1 22 12 W. W. Packham '..nNI
green5 come in for a nice share of of cheese for top. Fill peppers 20-31 2.00000 1956 seal at Starke, Florida. this May. (Chicago Illinois, and whose present. of NW'1o 36 1 13 10 CecIl n. Moors I.U
1 honors for vitamin B That's M 22-23 2.00000 1957 5th. 1943. .address Is U. H. t*. Wyoming, car. of %
1I the with mixture stand upright in pan 24-2's' 2oooo m;; (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs of Fleet Postofflc, New Yolk, Nw W.. : rWo NfwWai:

I vitamin necessary for normal and sprinkle remaining cheese over 2R.21 2.000 00 1969 Clerk of sid Court. York: HWI/, all 1 U ao L. O. Johns 1.10
[nutrition. 2;.29 3.000.00 1980 E K. ; Btarke. Florida.Atty. required to appear on W 12 A of Nt. of NWO4of
I top. Bake in a moderate oven 23 3.00000 IDA to-: ; l.man. S-7 4t S-2S 1'oIa2n"J.., 11)44 In the abov named HWh Ha I A In _
j Easiest way to keep most of the minutes. i i2.il 2.00000 1962 Court and, cause, wherein plaintiff NW ('or 311 1 U I' John P. PrevaIl 1.10
vitamins 34-35 2.00000 I9J1 NOTICE ADOPTION seeks divorce and Maiden name HW'4 of NW/( of RWi 16 1 Z3 10 Ulln 1I0r... I 25)4LS
I intact fs to serve the vegetables Jaded appetites will respond 34-37 2.00000 1964 Notice Is hereby give,. '"It I. on restored Bradford County Tele- of sE'5 3 24) It.bt. H 3 04
raw-as ;you would In a ..alad. if serve this delectablecool 339 3.00000 1911 the 8th day of i.Uni..A.o D. 1943, at graph shall. publish this Order In 'h.ufW' l'I% : : H 41) o 'nIltau 1.73K1
The quickly you 40-43 3.00000 1966 11:00: o'clock .as noon next four weekly Issues. ot Hlr.uf! HW\1\ 6 3 :U 30 Unknown 1.09
same goes for fruits. Don't pudding: 43.41 3.00000 l 1961 thereafter ax ran b. heard the Witness my hand and official HW';" of strt4 W of' fly
I let either of them aoak t fi water or 444 )J.OOOOO 1984 undarslwnsd Intend to apply to seal .at Htarke, }Florida this April 10 A In HW Cor 12 S S3 1S.1. It. Lawrence Est 3.:34
]Stand uncovered In the Orangeade Refrigerator Ptiddlog. n.51 3000.00 un Honorable A. Z. Adklnn, Jude of 3tfth. 191,1. Lot 1 W of and adjoinIng -
refrigeratorthe (Serve 9\\ 52-84 8.00000 U10 the Circuit Court of the Eighth A. J. Thomas' Delaney St. *
I vitamins seem to evaporate 55-57 3.00000 1911 Judicial Circuit of Florida. In .and As Clerk of said f '"urt. Haven NWI/ of N.t '., 13 8 S3 H. T. Water 281
quickly especially in the of 1 tablespoon gelatin 5 .60 3.00000 1973 for Bradford County .at his officeIn (OFFICIAL HEAL) Lot 6 of hulk H, The
case K cup cold water said Certificates: being payable: ) as Starke, Florida. or wherever. he Knight .A Knight Htarke. Florida Haven, NWK '/ of NKU 13 S 22 Ueo. W. Davis 1.5S
vitamin C, so easily lost by cooking to both principal and Interest at may then b.. for an order author. Attys. for Plf. 4-23 4t 6-14 41} ft of SIof \Vi of HK<.
I 'or leaving exposed to air. 1)4) cups orange juice the office of the City-Treasurer. In lulnxr the undersigned t o adopt HW'SWVi ", WVn ofKx
54 cup sugar and of the City of Stark. Florida. Judl Ht..rnn. a minor. Of APP..U"TIO" FOR of BKVi:'! 13 8 22 27 Unknown 2.64
salt Burke I. Klllnwton W 76 ft of K 275 ft of .
I U teaspoon "WHEREAS. the ald Judge on Freddie Ellington V\X ItKKIt: NV\ of NW'i of HEVi II 8 22 2 Unknown 1.04
2 tablespoons lemon Juice the 1st day of May. 1943 did issue 54t 8-38 (II....* Bill !II.. l .1)NOTICE (1IVE.V.That HVi of HKV, of BE'/\ 13 8 22 20 Jessie I. Ingraham. 8.42
Lynn an order .against. the Stat of Florida 114 HEREBY: i Lois I. 3 of Oovt Lot I
Says: whites of Tax
I Z egg / requiring It through the Stat ix fiitriir: 'O"RT BIt'OP'Onn Fred Smith holder Lakeside Hub Div 22 8 22 Unknown 13.49
Fresh as a Day In May So will % cup sugar Attorney for the Eighth Judicial r..i, .vrr. FLORII'I ix tuviMrrvln : Certificate No. 275. Issued. the 2nd Blk 3 ot Oovt. Lot 1I.ak..h'
"be> your foods if keep them popped rice cereal Circuit of the State. of Florida tappear (....:lty. day of Meptembr A. D.: 1935 and has Hub Dlv 22 8 S3 J. N. Smith 7.13
you 4 cups oven before .said filed same In my office has
I .and show cause James. Plaintiff, vs. Helen Blk II of ( lovt LotLakesl'l 3 p
properly refrigerated. Desserts H cup melted butter Court at 2-00: P. M O'clock on June James, n CN, No. 247V. I I mad application for a tax. deedto Huh fly 22 8 23 Fred L. Morrow '713

to cool you off and keep your apPetite sugarSoften 7th A. D. 1941 at the County CourtHouse rJ'.n OF PUBLICATION be Issued thereon. Said. certificate K'J' of NK":: of HW'iNKVi 21 8 24 30 J. A. llayless 173N
yt cup In Starke, Bradford County, ANn NOTICE!: TO APPEAR embraces the following described : of NKVi. "f NKVi. 24 24 10 Mrs.: Jessie L Ingraham 364:
unladed. if they're to be gelatin in cold water. Heat Florida why said: Water and Sewer STATE!: OF FLORIDA to: Helen property 1.1 the County: of N'-. of SWV of NW.7 23 8 24 20 0111* Speed 1.10
frozen belong right in the freez- and salt to boll- Revenue Certificates .and the proceedings James. whnst residence Is .co| Frank lira.I ford. State of Florida to-wlt of: Com at SW Cor of NW"i
orange juice. sugar authorizing the a am Dawson Lincoln, Delaware.You All NII:'/, of NE"\ of HWH E run I K 860 ft N 360
Meats and fish are safest ing point. Add softened gelatin and should! not b* validated and confirmed ;are required to appear. on Ry. Sec. 26, Twp. 6 H, It. :41 East: ft K 133: ft for a pt ar

I Kept right under the freezer in a dissolved. Add lemon Juice and by said order the paid. Jun. 7th. 1941. In th* above named containing. 8 Acres, more said or less.'the beg thence run N 310
stir until Court did direct the Clerk of said.. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff assessment of the properly ft E 191) ft H 360 ft f
meat.keeper if you have one. and cooL When mixture begins to Court to make. and pu"lI..h' this' seeks divorce I Bradford: County" under the said. certificate. Is.. W 198 ft tu pt of beg _
, Milk cream and beverages are fold in stiffly beaten egg notice now. therefor*, NOTICE 13HFRKRY Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn sued was In the name of F. A.Unless 1 Hi A 21 S 23 2 rn..t Mcdaulley I.U8'kJIo"
thicken TO THE!: TAXPAYERS Fisher.
JIVKN next four weekly Issues \ SKli! of SW'/i\ of
stood along side the freezer unit. whites to which sugar has been PRO P PI! R T Y OWNERS!'* Witness my hand and offlHal,. said certificate shall h* : 21 3 23 5 Isaac Mitchell 1.18

, Bustards, puddings, butter and AND CITIZENS OF TUB! CITY OF seal at Starke' Florida this May redeemed according to law.will the be W at A of N 1-3 of
added. therein
)4TARKE. A MUNICIPALITY IN 8th. I9U. property described NK'i fw'/ S3 8 23 6 John Davis 5.61
staples !flu the middle section Crush cereal crumbs fine and mix THFI COUNTY OF RUADFORDRTATP. OFFICIAL. HEAL) A. J. Thomas sold to the highest bidder at the.
nl=ely. OF FI.oRID IN'LrrnIN said. Court. courthouse door on the first Monday "UI. % BEACh 8 33
I are easy to get at. with melted butter and sugar. Distribute NON.REHOENT8, O14NINO J PROPERTY An Wm.Clerk D. Morgan o Jack.onvill. Fla. In the month of Juno 1911 ,,33-38

Leftovers foods prepared evenly in bottom of a square OR I"trRJECT TO TIIXo\ Atty. for Pit, 6-1 4t 6-U which Is the 7th day of June, 1043. Lot I W. K. nivler 1958
ahead THEREN.A NT) O'tHERiIHAVING ___.. Dated this 30th. day of April. ( n. 1954F.
salads, some fruits and down firmly. Pour in TION l.nt 3 I. Snyder
oerrtes pan and press OR CLAIMINO ANY ix cmrt/iT: rot RT BRADFORD 1943.O1"FICZAt.. Lot 6 10:. Clayton 23.76 I _
are well refrigerated orange mixture. Chill in refrigerator RKIHT. TITLE OR INTEREST IN TO: "XTV. PI.ORIO .'. IM ,'II.t.loIltr. ( SEAL) A. J.Bradford ThomasClerk Lot 1 V. L. Phlfer 3376
whe0 kept on one of the lower when firm and PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED HY'THE : of fircult Court of Lot 8 C. A. McMillan 33.76
Cut In squares CERTIFICATES Florid' 4-2: 4t 8-IS
shelves. ISSUANCE OF THE flaid'Edr1rotl Markham. Plain-. County. Lot M Unknown 3694
The humidor or crisper serve with whole orange slices and DESCRIBED: HEREIN Lot 19 H. B Thacker 6.83

means Just that for It keeps those if desired. that you. and each. of you. are loOt 21Ny'" of Lot 21HS W. U. Hcott 1001
fresh! fruits whipped cream hereby required to appear and (Continued from page 6)D.s..rI.lna ) of Lot 21 A Lot S3 E! B. Wtgglesworth, 10.01 sLots
and and- vegetables crisp Chambn welcomes you 10.u6"il .how cause. If any you hav. b*. 26 to 39: Incls. Kx.: (
well refrigerated. Lynn ho..MId gueriM fc nw for th. Honorable. A. Z. Adklns. A....t *r Lot ..qs''.'. ITnknown 5ftO.
The your I above named Court, (' .1. 4n J. Bryant 6.S3
Storage Judge of the ....1''. OwserTarn** A Lot
of the bin at the bottom probtens clinic. S.nJ your I it the County Court House In .f LosulSV4 loOt 39 _s' J. F. Reddlck Jr. 6.St

rerrlerator is usually non- "er e' Western NmfafrVnhm, 310Dvplaii" Starke Bradford County Florid of HE" SI Lot 44. 45 Unknown 13.1 _
:refrlgera4 and Sweet, Chicago. Ill* at 3:06 P M. o'clock I on June 7th Of HEH 13 NBVT! ofSE I.t n T 1>. Whlddi 661
gives of M
SlOtsg to splendid South ta tnclou m tumpedU A. O 1843. why paid proceedingsand % K of Rd 13 Ex Lots U, 49. 50. 51. 52. S3 Unknown' 39.61 _
? cereals, crackers and noh. Dna'S forget Wat.r and S wr
reply about 13 A across Send C. A. KNIOHT.Tax .
txtra lor you should not b* validated
beverjges. ,. /... ,.,.""t.nt.lop. Certificates Bx coloredClaurch Collector, Bradford Couaty.I .
VaIOG. C. Co. 41"
R.I...... by Western Newspaper and confirmed.Bradford County Telegraph, a In NV7 Cor 33 8 33 It A. r. A.


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a, y Willow Run Plant W. H. Hart LeavesAt Deeds Filed

Soon To Produce the expiration of his everyday W. H. Edwards, Jr., and Kula EVERY BRANCH OF

Kathleen Norris 500 Planes A Month leave. ,.... H. Hart reported to M. Edwards his wife, to Walter
Says :: Camp Blandlng Wednesday after Grlffls. "that portion of lots .38

+h yi h y Dearborn Michigan-"The giant noon to begin actual service in and 43 lying west! of the right-of- 3nJuranceH.
the Army. For man- of the S. A. L. Ry.. being
B-24 bomber plant at Willow Run many year way
MII Wild Oats for Daughters will be turning out 600 planes a :i ager of the local Hart Furniture Woodlawn, section 12, township

month "by the time snow flies,"' Co. branch Mr. Hart was also: 5, south range 22 east con-
t Boll Syndicate-WNU feature. according to Charles K. Wilson, secretary of the Starke Rotary I. taining 16' 1.2 acres, May ;

1 Vice-chairman of the War Pro- Club. Eula M. Edwards: and W. H.

w it'; qT duction Board. Edwards, Jr., her husband to> [. C. WALL

t "The Willow Run plant la .on In The .WAVESMiss Lucile Davis, 9 acres in the southeast -
the beam" he said as he observed quarter of the southwest
'' :' s,; the giant four-motored Ruby Sllcox and Miss quarter of the northwest quarterof Agency '

I f bombers rolling down the assembly Martha Mathews, both former section 34. township S south,
r'kI T 0f lines. "We're truly surprised members of the office force of range 22 east, except 1 acre located -

at the fine progress that is being County Agent L. T. Dyer, have In the southeast coiner and Constant Service Over 50 Years

made here at this time, and at been Inducted Into the WAVESand sold to Mamie Davis, May ;

f the prospects of substantial Increased left last week for their basic Wm. C. Prather and wife Ana
f ) production." training at Hunter College In New Maria Prather, to Ana Helen Bur- Please Phone 146

; I ; sf / -" He reavels also that the Federal York. gett lot 14 in block 25 in the .
y 1 i ll \ 1 Housing Administration is Livingston, Truby & Co.'s addition
TI :: fI '1 x 11 O ; endeavoring to rush all housing SPECIAL MEETINGAn to the town of Starke .May

11 \\tl I Ii projects in the WiUow Run area. all-soldier service was held 10; _
4', This includes Willow Court which L.
I t Wednesday evening at the Tab M. L. Watterson and Mary WE
\ LU is a group of modern homes and ernacle and was one of unusual Watterson. his wife, to T. C. Chas-

i J apartments exclusively for the interest and pleasure. The entire tain and Jessie Chastain, man and
i use of Ford workers at Willow service was in charge of and wife of Hampton, north half of

+ I i 1 D Run. Facilities are now'avallable given by some of the Christian block '4 in Hampton, this north THE UNDERSIGNED

for couples sharing small apart soldiers from Camp Bland:ng. half containing six lots, 1, 2, 3, /

ments or for hou sing larger Gen. W. K.: Harrison and Lt. R. 4, 3 and 6, May 7.

families. H. Kent who were guests of the RETAILMERCHANTS
"There has been
a big step up
Sponsors of'the Tabernacle work, Recent Births
in plane production 'throughoutthe '
attended and took part In the
nation" he said "and it is service. The entire service waa Mr. and Mrs. Wyley W. Williamson -

mounting month by month." one of Inspiration to all present. Hampton, May 8, girl.

Regarding production figures, ..
/ Mr. Sorenson reiterated that for

ti figures the sake were of national a military safety secret."I these. SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS OF STARKE

hope the true picture of Willow -
Run production figures can: STEAKS CHOPS

I be revealed shortly," he said, "in
I ol'der that the public might knowof
the that is WILL
progress being

Willow Run tooling and assembly v.
plan include more advanced

methods than ever before in air A'&: A LUNCHEONETTEIn
craft production. Many of the

precision tools, dies and jigs are Park Theatre Bldg. ____ -. ____ Starke, Florida BE CLOSED
4 I "B.uyLou was not yet fourteen tvtitn aka came home to breakfast an* morn' Ford-built and designed solely for
1.g badragglfd and .xhauittd. having danced all night at iht country club and Increased production of the LIb-
I SWMMM night clubs." erator.

T USED to be the boys
T The grief itricken mother hardware clerk. RESPONSIBLE: YOUNG' married
\ :
who sowed the wild oats
George W. Daniels at Gainesville
who write this letter it
Apply at Bradford HardwareCo. couple desires furnished apart-
and the girls who stayed lost his 1939 Studebaker
with Heryoung I I DURING
an alarming problem. It ment or house renting for not
home writes a heartbroken coupe which he had parked a
daughter, who has had block more than $60 mo.-T-Sgt. W.
from the Florida
mother from a suburb near all the advantage of a good Theatretbel'e HELP WANTED-Female. Womanto C. Hickerson, Hq. 475th QM.\

Toledo. "But in these days it home and devoted parents, last, Friday night. Willie do housework. Mrs. Sam Regt., Camp Blandlng. Phone MAY JUNE JULY AUGUST |
Hodges 13-year-old white
seems to be the other way! hat grown wild unreasonable from Gainesville! drove up near boy Anderson Care Postoffice, or It C54.\: or write Box 431H. Itp ,
Box 263 Starke.
My boys, now 24 and 20, both and headstrong. Without a the Park Theatre in Starke on WANTED TO BUY-light house-!

in the services, have been the doubt thesis doomed to the the name night and asked night ,,HELP WANTED. Male-Wanted trailer and small cart.-J. F. From 12 Noon To 6 P M.Shafkin's .
comfort and pride of my life. greatest misery, once her little policeman W. E. Thornton where male nailer at war plant at Klckllter, Route 2, Box 440.
"fling" is over, unless something Road 98 was.Though north City limits on Road 13. Starke. 2tp
Their sister 16 has given
can be done to keep Mr. Thornton knew A. Hartman. It
her father and me infinite her from wasting her precious nothing about the missing car, FURNISHED APARTMENT for
': cause for anxiety and is now youth then spending the rest when the boy asked for such a IT 13:: NOT TOO LATE to com rent to working couple. Per

in real trouble. of her hopeless life in vain road saying he wanted to go to plete your Victory garden Pep manent tenants preferred.328W.
per plant, egg plants, cabbage Call St.
Camp Blending he Itp
"We live In a college town; rfgret. grew auspicious J. W.
plants, tomato plants.
and began to question the
Betty-Lou was not fourteen Jordan, Jordan's Court, Road WANTED ,
lad. He had '
a brother In &
when she came in to breakfast one In what way have we, failed her Camp 48. Itp Listings on apartments, houses or Rogers Jewelry Army StoreP.
morning bedraggled and exhausted We are not church members, but Blandlng and wanted to go out I homer fur rent located within 20
having danced all night at the country Betty-Lou and her brothers went to to see him he said. Mr. Thorn- LOST- Black wallet containing mile of Starke S. Stores Inc. Call St
club and various night clubs. She Sunday School when they were ton noticed an "officers' tag" on Identification card, papers and 119 East Call Street ,

had been drinking and was in a condition small, and every lesion In honesty the car and learned that the about $40 cash. Reward for W. T. CLUTE. Realtor
$ to horrify anyone who loved integrity, self-control that the boys boy's brother was supposed to return to Bradford County P. S. Stores, Inc. Blanding Center

her. Only her father and I were have had she ha* had. too. She be a sergeant. He had the car Telegraph or Lt. Gerard Co. B, NICE. YOUNG family cow, with

t home, and we did what we could. must be a throw-back to some ancestor because he had borrowed it to go 253rd Inf., Camp Blandlng. Itp calf 4 or 5 days old, for sale, Bradford Photo Shop
t. We reminded her, after she had had of whom we are Ignorant, for to see his mother in Tallahassee. ai I do not need her.-L. L.
offee., a bath and some hours of both my. husband' people and mine he claimed.Mr. FOR SALE!-One-horse buggy In Conner, Starke, on Rt. 2.
sleep that hers is a comfortable have always been law-abiding, gentle Thornton asked him for the good condition. $35 cash.-L. A. 5-7 2tp Main Military Supplies

hospitable home, that we have always good men and women. Must I truth but the boy was afraid he Fowler, Rt. 1,, Box 42, Brooker,
tried to give her every advantage let this child go on until she does would get him in trouble If he Fla. 5-14 2tp WANTED-Frying size chickens, Columbia Military Supplies
aod that our hope. for her had something that destroys her chancesof told him the truth. He then ad- hen and turkeys. We pay
keen bitterly shaken by her behavior happiness forever How can I mitted that he picked up the car LOST Saturday night between 9 market price.' If you can't
I was obliged to tell her save her from herself You must near the Florida Theatre. The officer and 10 o'clock between USO bring them, we come get them. Hollywood Camera & Gift Shop

that hereafter when she told me she have bandied cases a* desperate a* called the Gainesville police and Carpenter' Drug Store, Write or phone Jim Forest' ,

wanted to stay with a school friend this one, and must be able to understand and they reported that the car ladles square yellow gold Elgin phone 90, Guidon Grill Starke. Victory ,Military Supplies
1 would telephone that friend to that, a* far as we know the bad been stolen. Deputy Sheriff watch, black cord band. Re- 3-7 4t
check: on the matter. But both Joe has no excuse for treating u* this ward.-Daphne Norman BHS.
R. J. Lynn soon came for the
mod I regarded this as the reeklessSMSS way. What shall we do?" Itp If yea haven't getim vend Suslow's Army Store
boy and the There
of a defiant child and while we Many. Girl Rain Own Lives. car. was between te beytav a Beoeod War Lea
watched her carefully we did not This U a std letter, and all the 914 and $15 In a little tin FOR RENT Two furnished Bond, ate. aid thlak what U Gem
box in the car.CHCROH rooms In Lake.:Butler.. Inquire t .. ... Jewelry
take this first outbreak too seriously. adder to me because I know of no would mesa I'M ee* -

How I know that it was by no means aniwer. Sometimes the I kindest, DIRECTORY OF at Farmers., *ft-.Dealers- ",,.Bank.I dJera ....'t cettest resort te
m Isolated instance gentlest, most intelligent of parents SERVICES 1tp the Ogbi.
"That Christmas we took all the find themselves with a.child whose rmT BAPTIST
ebOdren east to my mother's place. cold bard reckless nature I. a complete a... A. B. LI...'_.. rmmt.faee
and there was a dsnce among thecousins mystery and often completely N. WalMt .....t
Churcb School 1:46 A. ... t rice I.f
to which I permitted Bett,. Inefficient parent have sons and Morntag; Worship 1:00 A. M. at axYP
Lou to go; she had her first formal daughter who are the greatest pride H. T. IL 1:00 P. M. /J. l'
KvenlBar Wor.blp *:00 If.
evening dreia and was much petted and honor to them. I know of one Wednesday Worehlp: *::00 P. P. M.FIRST batter .
and praised. At the end of the eve. fine young lawyer upright and Intelligent jJtJk! ?get : r ,
Ring she and a boy of 21 ,disappeared and successful whose e. C.MBTMODIKTRe Powell. rater you c/,,
; next morning, after a night mother deserted him and ran off 1M N. c...... Street. r ,
est horror for us, they. were found at with a lover, when he was only Church "School' 10:00: A. M. V : '
Sunday Worship 11:00: A. M.
a Baltimore hotel: the boy asleep in three, and whose father then madea Young People f:00: P. M.: l\
*. chair In the lobby. Betty-Lou and most unfortunate marriage, which Kvenlnar Worship .:00 P. M. tt if IIJffll:1 I I.L.\ a\ i l1

Sttiotfte, girl, a girl they had picked ended in his being taken away from Wednesday. Wor.blp- ':00 P. M. At the End> of a Hatd Day
age aft some night club asleep up- the custody. of his own people. And .... MtMK'9 EPISCOPAL n !
.... ... 1/ f s
brother and both K Fred Y. Ret v /
stairs. I know a sister .. N. Cbarch Street JtlKI A man deserves a
Expelled Frem School. married now both parents, both unusually Cburch School 10:00 A. M. of :- 1J'f
fine whoa. mother'slife Sunday Worship 11OO: A. M.Sunday moment sweet, elf.
back trl.dboardlnachoo1.
When we came we 7
!! Evening ? II P. M.
: :
but last November wa an' actual scandal, the children Friday Evening.. '7:10: P. ... refreshing peace when he < .....,. ,1I '
In her third half-term there, she was themselves having been Holy Days 10.00 A. M. comes) home from a day of ( -..... i
quietly dropped for repeatedly break- dragged Into court on one occasionto FIRST PRK9BTTKRIA' honest toil. And what') more 'w '1( ., \
Ing bound and disappearing for testify In a particularly unsavory R... c.... M. AlIce. Peels \ ,
JM8 N' .rtb Cherrr ... pleasant or relaxing. than a )
Hours at a. time. suit.And Church School 10:00 A. M. _
"This Chriitmaa-Ume her behavior on the other hand there are Sunday Worship 11:00: A. M. .... of golden mellow JAX / tBeertheDrinkofFriendship
cases like that of BettyLoua Senior Cruaade. ':00 P. M.Intermediate _
was so reckless that night many
Youth '-00 P. M. ?
after night her father and I lay young girl with every advantagi KvenlnaWorehlp 7:00: P. M. a. r
awake waiting to hear her returntorn of background and cultivation, .... RnWAHlra 0ATHOLIO YOu'I11ike JAX simply .r
various entertainment, some- who seem determined to ruin her a.... T.... J. *t.r..,.. Pests because it ia all that a fine ,I -
of those T._Bl ...... _
units at two or three o'clock and own life and the happiness A.
beer should be.
Early Mane '.00 A. M.P..I. Try JAX -
sometime in a state that showed u* who love her.Affection .. ".....t_. -= r [
she had been drinking. Threat are and patience are the Sunday Mans ':00 A. M. today and get acquainted I Ii. .
far her ; are Week Day Mane 1:00: A. M. ....
only a* as
no use; we cannot seem to reach cure with the full-bodied,
her soul or heart at all. Yet ours i la concerned. They must go on loving : KI G".F.Y LAKE BAPTISTHe uoNO v. I
a good home, and we have always her, forgiving her trying to help .. H. M Till.! ,... PasterServlcee ,h of t: rt goodness of \, -

tried to keep about her decent and her. until her own eyes are opened. Sunday 8..hool-l.Every Sunday A. M. : : truly greatbeer. / \ ,-
developing Influences. I And that awakening may rot cpm Morning Worehlp-11 A. M. ) /
"Last night marine 20 I until the has learned a bitter lea. G ; ,
) a young FOND\MENTAI. COMPEL \\ :I 1 1H.5ta
year old. called on my husband and son T HKH>ACI.H ( hoAt\ "
when I Worship Service, each Xx>rd'e Day,
Our town had a Betty-Lou
me and said that he wa* 'willing'lbaearry II A. M.Bible i
our daughter If we wished was a girl. A fluffj' -feeadcd little "School_S P. M. Bottle!I",
at movie with beauty named Bessy who laughedat Evren..M.tlo Service-A p. )1.Tu..dakBlble Full Quart \
It. Betty-Lou was a JUMBO
Study: S P.. M. In .lAX ,
some young friends; we could only the prudishness a..d dullness of )11 Ask,fof AX t
from this young man's talk the other girls' lives and boasted Wednesday-Children's Blbl Lee- friendly way to buy )
gather ton and Choral Work 4 P. M. {i.the caps go aeke.
of bottle
that he felt obliged to make this of her conquests when the rest us Thumday-Victory Prayer GroupS 'Jumbo rationed ahorugc. t
When Betty-Lou came were begging the virtuous mother P. M. it b
suggestion. l 7 : because .
; beer t
+ \p.preven
of the nineties please to let us wear Fr1Aay-Evang.lldlo set r
in she dented everything, said that P. M. fagther.l a J v. >p 'R ,
Tie boy was romancing, and that corsets and put up our hair. Bessy ., open ti and put tt i
him under any got into an escapade with a mar. CHfHCH or CHRIST < WhUClJp the ka uncd you're truly t
she wouldn't marry '0.. Bloch.Vrmt. .. t..... BM 't t.t t.
circumstances. But his serious, sled man when she wa* 17. had p 51.51.. rigcrator l
apologetic manner mad. a terrible bad care and quieted down for B,.... R. f..l.r E..U.t. t'.!!II\\I!> for pat gtale of J a Fy
awhile, married in hast at 19, .... Tilble' Study 10 c :00 A. M. + ydur a zt4s.
impression on both Joe and myself. Morning Worship 11;:00 A. M. 1 t
"Now. what are we to do? Here divorced two year later, surrenderIng Kv.ntnr Worship 1:30: P. H ." S

ts this girl, not yet 11, who know her Uttle boy to his father, and Bible Study Wednesday 8:00 P. M. ,# ,.Y. v.xd .....1 ,.:.""Mh"s),Ztff; rT :aS .,......'.t,' ; ...'. _,." ,
married again at about the time hel ; ; ; ." 'IIt :
neither law nor affection, who 1 I. a. COMMUNITY noPMI. !MI99IOX J INtwIlIl .
bard a* flint, and who i* going to gt contemporaries were blissfully conIderlng KlHi Blr Lake l Pr.tee.et.le) M Mile' W .t H dateKvanicellKtlc : :.COMPAI/.a.ayjf.. fluiai'. .
her own way no matter what we do their first marital venture Bervtcee every. Sunday U.W A'R BONDS--i
night T-JO. .
J. A. Brooks Sponsor. D T HE-DAY-oV VICTOR