Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: May 4, 1945
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04913
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Anderson Beliet'es . Unless Men Forget, BRADFORD COUNTY'TELEGRAPH

Memberslllp Should Boom After The War

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OffIcial County Publication Established In 1871 _
Islands N E. I. 'they would have been In a few -

;0IU1i8 moments snore. It's doubtful 'IIanyof :
In combat does VOLUME SIXTY-8EYEN BTAtKE FLORIDA. .'tUIt\v. MAY 4. )94b I
nger from the en- them would be alive tc ,
\'III"h'ly: fact thsttime' tell about it; ditto if the bell I '

It III a. 'cldentall7 sad and hadn't landed behind a tree; ditt< Rotary Committee Drive

rlltlonally we w Injure a felloW If make'a the shell"tree. had top been burst.fused t to< 57 Graduates Receive Diplomas Named To Aid Jungle TrainingEmphasized Clothing I ,

...... even The round wan fired by an In- Health Officials

t111H talk hOlJ'Zls of, "I'll' get or lieu-. fantry company during the pro- At B.H.S. Commencement Last Week Now Is Extended

""rgt-ant Just that cewa of "laying In" the mortar L. A. Davis! C. K. Nasworthy "

t 1wandIs heard of onotide for the night, I. e., the mortar and the Rev. L. D Halnes were

k. I haveR"where a ..,..dlertlollally squad wan Netting the aim Fifty-seven members of the i g raduatlng class at Bradford High appointed Wednesday as a committee At BlandingNorth Through May "
Club to
Casa from the ,
tried to as*.,.sln- of the gun so that the tliell School received their diplomas TI tursday night, April ZS, prior to Rotary
would land just across our de- finding their places in the varied I nctlvitles of a world whose crying confer with and cooperate JD. J
II comradn forme line In cane of attack officials of the Clay-Bradford >rth Florida's\ terrain is ideal It was announced this week by 1
al- need is more manpower and inoi womanpower..
ems. during the night. "Our" particular County Health Unit. The com- for Instruction !In jungle warfare, A. Monteith Chairman of the J
As If to the
h I freelyft ( prove capabilityand mittee was appointed at the request
shell was one that fell to Lt Piazza Clothing Drive In Bradford County -
according Thilllp ,
l III with which.graduates
there courage of Dr. Irving Abram director
short. R 0 ark will recover Brownlee
sufficientlocation. of today are facing world conditions Capt. J. of the health department. veteran of the famous Merrill's that the drive, had been extended 1\\ p+
quickly, and feels no 111 will towards
the men In the mortar the com mencement pro- Back In States After Clifton Drown, chairman of the Marauders who made history in through May. Clothing Is

\111 e rican quad. gram was highlighted by short Rotary committee for cooperation the Burma campaign: and who is being brought In large quantities
| ,1 of "port forceful talks delivered by outstanding in the Seventh War Loan Drive,, to a great extent responsible for and a thorough canvass of the

Just members of the senior named the members who will be the new courses In jungle fighting (
hip Mrs. J. M. Brownie of Starke
few later
A days
my boss Captain ) town Is being made by volun-
rt run that Homer Allen of Cairo Ga, class! Against a background of has received the good news! that asked to assist In carrying out started last week at Camp Blandlng i
red, white and blue I flowers- teens,
and our driver PFC (now Corporal her son, Capt. John Milton Brown- plans.
out the class colors-the Mr. Monteith stated that at the
mining and after I The new Jungle have
) Studdard of Corinth, Mlas lee has arrived In the States courses
bat, safety large group of seniors made an Inspiring been to stress combat present time, he needs volunteersto
serving almost three years over- I planned
were sitting across from one another In their and To BuildNew sort and crate the clothing. If
and com- picture caps : realism under conditions
f seas with the Gay as they '
in the tent
S IS con- ---;---I good : gowns. Seated with them on the famed FightingFirst i exist in the Pacific theatre. A anyone has some spare time and

stressed.point the Captain on his cot. Studdan rostrum were Arthur R. McRae, D I vision. realistic Oriental village and a would like to assist with this,

'I' weapon at anyone on a foot locker. Suddenly i a superintendent of public instruction lie arrived In a Gas StationA small airstrip have been con- please get la touch with :Mr. Mon i'
kill him" 1to .50 calibre machine gun bullet at Alvarez store. The ,
you intend to Foster Shi Smith, principal New York early struoted In the north battle telth {
You've heard of'fellow whined between them, heart high, of B. H. S., the Rev. Lewis D. to trainees clothing is being stored In tha ; '
and courses give
this week la experfence
trigger happy" In combat\ ,, passing In and out. of the. ten Haines and the Rev. Grover All- expected here brick and cement block filling In carrying out raids on American Legion.Hall until It is j
and everyespeclally -. front to rear. The tent facet son. sorted and boxed' for shlpmfnt.Dradtord .
at anything erected by Installations
ng soon to visit his station will typical Jap
the beach. One foot to the left
at night when County did not receive -
Following the processional by I mother and other Adolph Gay at the corner of The jungle tactics course sends
right and one of the twwouldn't <
There are,, Or and Mr. Monteith
are on edge. the High School Band, the, Invocation relatives. Madison: and Court streets on the traInees through two patrol prob- a quota
far few e r""'trigger be here today.' Thi by Mr. Haines and Schubert' I of Dr. said that he could not tell hoW'many
ttely., Capt. Brownr present site of the home lems, two ambush problem anda
bullet also through an office .
would passed had been collected
soldiers than you Serenade", beautifully lung 1 lee was calledto W. E. Mlddleton. The new build- problem In perimeter defense.
rt and so far not one olne'n tent where several men wet'eworking by the Glee Club'. the following I active servicein ing will cost not less than $8,000. Another course Is a surprise attack until it was crated, but that the

has Injured another la: and through two) other and program of short talks was heard: I February 1942 Workmen began Monday on the on an airstrip behind enemy response had been very gratify
tents (officer's quarters)
i'ay. However the first time Introduction=Allene Kelley. being then en job of moving the Middleton houseto lines to knock out enemy radar ing.
spattered against the center poll still asked to
Merchant are
,artlclpated 4n combat our Florida to 1815 Barbara' gaged In businessin its new location Just northof equipment.: Another problem Is
of still another tent. The cart their large boxes and cartons
casualty cert save
last, and only Keen. the H. V. Knight residence on the
O a I nesville, the night assault on same
ridge might well have killed any: for the clothing and they
when one of our ser- Florida since 1845: Eustace Walnut St. This property was air strip which Is located In a
wounded In the left of half a dozen persons. Th and was assigned, I will be picked up by the Boy
from C. H.
s was Lee Kelley. purchased by Mr, Gay small clearing In the midst of the
slug was traced to an LCI (landIng First Division In May 1942. Scouts. .
of a morhell to the .
ira by a fragment Florida In the Nation Today- Naaworthy and given to Dr. Mid heavily wooded north range area '.
I lithe
fired by some ,Infantry; craft infantry) anchored He went overseas with the Division for permissionto .
Mary Ellen Wasdin. dleton in exchange Nestled In earthen revetments area ', ,
bay. In' 1942 and took
ent troops Florida's Future W Col- August the house. the Senator Johns
C. move number of planes and strip
several companions Fortunately such accidents part in the campaigns that have :
e and with radio
finished noon menu anddored are rare, but when they do occur son.Florida's brought added glory to the already Is complete runways Would Abolish i
just Youth-Marian Johns Elect tower radar station and operations
back toward their our soldier seem mlroclously famous .Fighting First: the Laymen Highway PatrolThe
Bradford High School-Philip center,
near the perimeter defense to escape unscathed. I Shuford Invasion of North Africa, Tunisia, State OfficersAt

lUmrk and four others' firmly believe that a band of Sicily France, Belgium and Ger Lieutenant Piazza "came home"to S t a t e Highway Patrol
Your School and YouDorothyBarnes.
talking outside the tentan guardian angels Is watchingover many. Meeting Here Dlandlng recently after serving would be abolished and highwaylaw

80 millimeter mortar every mother son of us..' Capt. Brownlee wears the In Trinidad and later with Mer- enforcement work would be
Tribute-Allene Kelley. Delegates of the Christian Laymen's -
rill's Marauders In the entirecampaign
I exploded: a few feet from These talks were interspersedwith European Theatre ribbon with six Evangel I a. tic Association given over to county sheriffs! un-
behind lines last
heard And take It from me, it has '' Jap of bill IntroducedIn
n behind a tree. I battle stars. the Purple Heart met der provision a
numbers by the Glee Club from various clUes in Florida left
April In Burma. Ho finally
fOI'l was about:, that there anno the Bronze Star and the legislature last week by .
explosion truly; been i spoken Supt.: :McRae presented the certificates with cluster Saturday and Sunday at tAe Gospel action when he was flown out of '

yards away. Only Roark atheists In fox holes. As soor; to members of the Ninth the Silver Star with cluster. Tabernacle to organize the the jungle with machine gun State ,Senator Charley E. John. ,I

hit and others were merely as we entered actual combat attendance Grade and, the diplomas to the His wife and small daughterare State Association and elect of- slugs In his head 'and several of Stark.
nd by the concussion and seniors. now residing with her motherin A Eades 'of Roa- Senator John stated that enforcement I .
at church services showed ficers. Frank mortar fragments, In his handsand '
.I! half to death., : marked increase. If we don.tchange Members of the .1945 graduating Bainbridge, 'Qa. noke, Va., national president, and feet. He received early train 'of highway laws could //.t.
vllk a
ey all hit the ground class are: K. R Stoker of Toccoa, da., be done more effectively under a I j
the ing at Camp Blanding, with the
before it's over,
wo Iron balls Galileo ,drop- : again Bridge localized s;)t-up and at less ex I
ol.Th churches back home can expect at Jean Adkins Rosa Lee Allen, Long Church executive secretary, were present. 43rd Division )A 1941. '' '
the tower S kale,
leaning penso'to'the
from Lora And s on, About 25: delegates attended. .,., ( '
membership n..VI.e Crews ej| Robert? Dedicated a+ i'
iesC EWt9U to, riband ,\upsurge.. ,, Sunday; 'the'otslyudge'tksald: continue .
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Barksdale, Dorothy IfarneaV Bobble Following 'a bust ness session ;
return. Bill On ,Card Goes
-Bwide $5 f
bad they-been as Attendance to collect ,State automobile
rr Beckhain, Robert Bices., William Large Saturday afternoon,' A delicious '
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Brooks"CX W. the 'Round The World'A license fees under Johns' bill. ,
Burney, Billy supper was! served to groupin
gsley Group Junior: : Red Cross Colson, Frances Colley, Audrey : It was a "proud day" for the the outdoor dining room at the Half of the revenue would go for t
i when its 43: bill fastened to a, postal maintenance of a county: highway
Crews, Dorothy' Hazel Long Bridge Community home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley ;
Last Week Completes Projects Crosby, William Crosby' '(now attractive new Christian Churchwas Mrs. S. B. higgins wife of curd with scotch tape, which had patrol and the other'60 per cent 1

Red Cross activities for serving In Navy), Winifred Crosby dedicated Sunday with all the national field secretary,. served been around the world, was being would go to the State for old age 4

e! KIngsley Lake Committee Junior Marie Edwards Eula Mae day services and "dinner on thegrounds" at the tea table. Mrs. Clar- exhibited to friends around StarkeTuesday assistance grant. l
held( its regular meeting- the present school year wen morning by W. K. Thorn owned the i
to close with the completion Eunice, Mack Futcli. Berta Lee ence Melton, wife of the presidentof I Patrol cars now by
iiroolcs'! Church' Building, brought a under at 10 local association assisted ton The card was sent by a State Department would be divided -
George, Betty Hazel Green, Oleeta Getting way 11m" the
esday evening, ''April 25.: of two'projects., one plan of Mr. Thornton' J. L. ''I I
friend the counties and the ?
Green, Merle Grlde'r (serving in the program continued as scheduled In serving the guests. among
>rt talks were made by Don tied the,other an emergency. Navy), Stella Mae Hayes, Bar In spite of rain that fell In The visiting laymen spoke In Whitten, who la a former resident State radio network would be ,;

angborn, Chairman of the Ninety-nine boxes, bearing the bara Home, Gainita Hutto, Ida torrents d u r' I ng the afternoon. various churches In Starke and of Ralford, to his son Pfc turned over to the State Road I

County Commissioners, J. label "Junior" Red Cross" and Mae Johnson, Marian Johns, Barbara But even the Inclement weather surrounding commu nit y Sunday Johnny Whitten. somewhere in Department for any use it desired '

upre of Fla. Power & Light,: filled with school supplies wen Keen, Allene Kelley, Eustace failed to keep worshippers away, and the final meeting was held In North Africa., Mr. Whitten was under Johns' measure.

W. T. Clute, Starke realtor I sent as'' a part of a natlon-wid Lee Kelley, Helen Lett, Betty Mc and the church wa filled to over- the Tabernacle Sunday night. visiting here this week and telling The proposal made no change in I .
'E. pervlce' to the school children ot: friends of the travels of thecam. fees. .' I ;
rs were read from Col services. license
9. : Rae William Matheny, Amanda flowing at During the session of the con- ---..

Commanding Off leer "ol. liberated Europe.An Mott, Louise Parrish, Elise Green Visitors were pre sent from I ventlon, State's Attorney O. C. I
Blandlng, J. C. Adkins, emergency request for win Pass, Irene Prevatt, Pansy Red points as far distant as Miami,, Parker of Tallahassee was elected The card was mailed In Januaryto Episcopal Church I
A. director Gainesville coat was received front Pf Whitten, then In' North \
; hangers dish, Catherine Revel, Virginia and as for the dinner-those pres. president and J. T. ,Quigley of '
B. Reid Gordon Ga., and :552 hangers Africa. When It arrived there he Begins Study .
Chairman of the Camp Rhoden, Dorothy Rivers, Bertlce ent say they have never seen such Clarke was elected vice president

County Red Cross Chapter, were sent In response to it. Rosier, Clarice Rosier C o z e tte a spread in all their lives. Some of the state organization.The had been moved to Italy and the Of Post War Needs

een Cove Springs. A letter from the Red Croat, Sapp, Jessie Jones Scott, George folks) didn't even unpack' their visiting delegates expressed :, card was forwarded and finally

meeting was followed by a Field Director at the camp was Shuford, Philip Shuford, William baskets because there wasn't appreciation of Starke'a delivered. Mr.' Whitten had pur- St.. Mark's Episcopal Church ;

let rtyle, chicken supper received by Mrs. W. R. Morse, Stanley. Frank Tomlinson, RoanJ. i room 'enough on the tables. hearty at a time like this posely put\ no return address and joins with Episcopal 1 parishes

d In the private dining'room Chairman of Junior Red Cross, Turner Jr., Thomas Wads- Interesting feature of the afternoon hospitality Tabernacle state simply signed the card "Daddy"ao throughout the country in an Intensive q
the sponsors
and 1 1j
that It could not be returned. work being i*
thanks' of the of study of the I I
e Eagle Cafe. It was given expressing the worth, Mary Ella Ward, Monteen : was an address by Circuit that Starke l Is honored to have .
nOr of the cooperation of leers and men to' the school children Warren, Arnold Waadln. Mary Judge A. Z. Adkins who was born this the first State convention of When received by Johnny he sent done by the Church beyond the j '
Camp Bla n din I g Officials, of Bradford County. Ellen Wasdln,' Warren Winkler. I and reared near Long Bridge and the Christian L a y m en's Evan make the serial number that it to was his the Dad same to limits of parish or dloce e. i
lure '
Alison rector
ge Lines Clay County : who placed memorial windows (Jn gelistic Association. The Rev.

nissloners, and Fla. Power A BOY SCOUT NEWS Sgt. A. L. Sparks : the new church building in mem- bill and It'was. of St. Mark's, explained that the

Co. of his father arid mother, Mr. Whitten, an employe of a study is designed to Inform the I \\I

Dies of WoundsIn ory St. Mark'sThe shipyard In Savannah, Ga., said file of Church people
ere were 72 members and Members of Troop 112 and their pioneer settlers of t hat com- rank and :

present for the meeting. fathers enjoyed a delightful Ifather Germany April 15 munity. Judge ,Adklna, recalledthe following services %t St. that he wasn't worried about his concerning the needs qf the :
95: and he had promised friends Church immediately after the
nd-son banquet held It days of his boyhood when Mark's Episcopal Church are an ,
he 1
delivered intact
that If U was
Word was received here this the old Smiley school ho\ise stoodon Rev. Grover All- war.
tory Service the Methodist Recreation building nounced by the bond In the for theWoman's '
E. would buy a $50 war The first study course
week by Mr. and Mrs. S. the site of the present church for Rogation Sunday, May 6: '
-week. E son of his son will be con-
e Rev Thursday night of that their nephew, Sgt. he enumerated many name Auxiliary
Grover Alison, re :torMark's Sparks building and 8:30: -Hospital Chapel Holy Alison '
Episcopal Church, U Matthews, chairman of the Byron 'Sparks, son of Mr .and I prominent leaders, including John Communion. Pfc Whitten Is a nephew of ducted by the Rev. Mr.

flees that a "Vision After Troop Committee presided and Mrs. A. H. Sparks, who live near I Kellum, veteran business managerof School. Coffee Earl and Walter Whitten of Ral- Friday evening following the 7:30:
9:45-- Church be Litanyfor
: will a
died of wounds, April Woman's College, ford, Warren Whitten of Jacksonville service, which
-V service Scoutmaster Graham had the' State '
will be held at short talks were made by hour in Church Service Center. Inclu ding special
and of John H. Denmark. Missions,
'clock They had re R. A. Green, who
Germany. Com.
In Lt.
noon when fighting M. C. Ware W. T. Clute, 15, and Bible Class, ReC- missionaries In the \ ;
s 'In any theatre of ceived no previous word that he were born and reared at Long 10OO: ( -Adult P. S.-He also has a $50: bond prayers for \,

S will be a service of war thanks.In W, B. Sewell and L. A. Shepherd,, had been wounded and It .U not Bridge. He attributed the success tor's study. All service men civilians and to add to his collection. Philippines. ,, ;;

which the la commissioner of the. New River known whether he was In combatat i of these men to the fact their wives as well as '
d to share. District. the time of his death or not. 1 that their parent reared them In cordially invited.11:00Celebration. Military Rites Held Baptist Church

for Sgt. Sparks was serving with' the church and taught them to of the Holy I
Sunday night the charter For Paul Bonnett Forward" will be the
Luxemburg EJucharlst.: "Pressing
119th Infantry near .
impressive obey.
Baggett Troop 112 was presented in Sun
Wounded services In the! Methodist the last letter his family :Stafford Lv Crews member of Thursday :May 10, Ascension Funeral services were heldyesterday topic of the pastor's at 11 o'clock sermon In the

>I'd< has been received that Church at .8 o'clock, received from him. He October spent a, the Board of Deacon, Is proudof Day. afternoon In Oak Grove day First morning Baptist Church. This Is the :

Sgt. 15 day furlough here I the fact that the church was 10:00: a. m, celebration of Holy Cemetery for Paul Bonnett, na- of the Southern
Giady B. baa 100th anniversary
wound..d Baggett Members of Troop 70 enjoyed atrip after serving tour years In the dedicated. with all Indebtedness Communion. tive of Green Cove Springs, buta Convention and recognized t
At Baptist c
action while In
day Pacific Theatre of Operations. Ascension Day Is a high feast of Starke for the.past :
&eltlc to Camp Blandlng one paid. resident throughout the South. i i,
region. His wife' Is transferredfrom today
ScoutmasterI that time he was of the/church' and all communicant He died at his Rome '
'nner Cuilda fast week when day nine years. Today Is also the beginning of r I'
Thede ol to Infantry
.y, ( Alison accompanied them Coast Artillery. Recent MarriagesGrace .. are urged to here Tuesday. Home Week.
of the U. S. and sent to France. He had serv- their .communions on this day. of the American Christian t.- .
MI an Inspection tour Bougainvilleand He was a member 9:45: a. m. the Sunday t.At
Many ed in Quadalcanal, Arlene Colton, Starke
I armed Forces Institute. when Legion and the Missionary School will study the Hebrew
ent Births Interesting implements and phases was In Pearl field there. and .John Atkins Steadman of Methodist ChurchThe Baptist Church. Services were Monarchy at Its Height. TrainIng : ,
the '
t. and Mrs. of national defense were, shown the Japs attacked 'friends Jacksonville Naval Air Station, conducted by Rev. L. A. Donley Union meeting at 6:45: will 't ;'

"I1110unce John W. Dunn. Mid explained to the boys. After Sgt. 'Sparks had many to hear of April 28.MIldred, rites of Holy Communionwill with DeWitt C. Jones In Chargeof have as topic Man's Highest '
the birth of a son Scouts here who will regret and Paul be administered at both services the ? y
He named leaving the institution the Wade, Starke, arrangements. A com plete Spiritual Right. Following j 1.

y Allen li has been visited Marcus Clayton a member his death. Texler Camp Blandlng, April 28. ) of the Methodist Church military funeral was held with long service at 8 o'clock, the \y it

Ith the u.PVt Dunn 11 serv- uf the Troop, who is still confined Clara Sweat, Starke and Oasis; Sunday May 6. Morning sub-. firing squad from Camp Blinding pastor's evening sermon topic will : .

a.ny itrs S. Infantry- to' the camp hospital following Heilbronn BaptistA Wynn Starke April 30. I, ject: "A Time for Greatness" and pallbearers were members of be Little Foxes.' .
Dunn 'Is the torahs an exploding subject: "Praying for Poet 8 m. ;
Lena injuries received from Evening the local American Legion The mid-week service at p. r

rs. T E. Thomas, daughter "dud". large number has been pres- The'Tabernacle Others". Surviving are his wife, Mamie Wednesday will feature a panel I'! ': '
Thomas. at the Revival ser- At observed as ;'
advanced to ent each night Next week will be of ,
Koala the Importance
]: tr Lewis Kalnes watt Mae Bonnett; two daughters, discussion on J
e and Mrs. J. O. Dixon toe rank of Star Scout at, the vices at the Heilbronn Zvoda Baptist has The Rev. A. J. Levengood, Th. Family Week in the church and Rachael Bonnett of Starke and the family altar and how to con- ;.
Ion born Walter will be serv- t
April 25. last Courf of Honor. Church. Rev. of Pales- M., superintendent and founder of covered dish suppers Myrtle Bonnett of Palatka; one duct It. This la a part of Christian k'
and Mrs. Dave Tanner been showing pictures will the Tennessee Mountain Mission, ed on Thursday and Friday son, Bobble Eugene Bonett. Home Week observance. The t'1
.y, SOn born tine and tonight Friday the in the recreation building. These and meets Tuesday at,8, :
April 27. Clemons Discourse and Dayton, Tenn., will be at and Starke; two brothers, Earl Brotherhood
Infant Olivet W.S.C.S.
illustrate the battle of Gospel Tabernacle Tuesday, May are sponsored by the Leon Bonnett, Jacksonville and p. m" for supper in the apnex. '

ends" of George Cheshier will The Infant daughter of Mr. and show the sites which of will the ,be foughtIn 8, at 8' p. m. He will show pictures the Official Board will and be all Invited members two sister, :Mrs. Laura Snail and A cordial welcome Is extended t

t to learn that hb motherly Vtrt. R. U Clemons. of Heilbronn aft- Armageddon Palestine., Everyone Is Invitedto of the work done among' either of Thursday the church or Friday night. Mrs. Addle I Dukes, Jacksonville. to all to worship In these services I't t

ill m the.8UU Farm Springs was burled Thursday these services. the mountaineers. I'r
l taL
moon of last week.
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'. has the endorsement 0 f labor be a very close listener"

L' ', Former Starkeite groups in his candidacy for Entenza writes, "an THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Candidate For MayorOf mayor. my Starke friends You CIII W
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; 8f @ He states that he wul attend I "*
''>S Established 1877 fiJJ! I: I' "'" Los Angeles I the great San Francisco confer- hand Information a human story, giVing| fill

E. L. Matthews __""_________ FAltor and- Owner .".Jq@sI "'' . --- -'- ence, starting April 25. "While of this rre
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r" 0 .@h I not an accredited delegate, I will of all international gatherllJ ," .

Published Weekly on Friday and Entered &II Second ca..u Matter I : .. If@t I -.- -
at the Pout Office at Starke. Florida :,. ::" ISBB n

; a I. ,j\ ; ,. .. \ ,, Prompt Service Careful
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IT.IS FITTING as we 'ti'L-Q) >:" ',1,1 .. ;' Driv'j
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watch wIth eager hope-

If Endorsed: fulness the conference If I haven't got my dates mixed half said "I do", neither was I I STARKE TAXI SERVICEand

+ ;, 1 BU Slate Legislature now in progress 'in /San again, the 13th day of May will I a young puppy that could be ', .i! .
o Francisco, that'we, in- be Mother's Day and the Fathers I taught new tricks. I wasn't considered :,.,:\ '
: fimwt Editorial hy Russell Hay dividual citizens, give so- will have their turn at bat a few I a "rounder" before I was ;H, ,. ".
ber and serious thought weeks later. Though I wouldn't married, although I did manageto '>t:1::1 MACK'S TAXI SERVICEPhone
occasioned its assembly do anything to detract from the I' get around once in a while
) to the purpose honor and glory of Mothers, I However, since rye been married
of war is recognized .
i'' The fruitlessness and bitter agony am thinking that perhaps Wives I'm known as a home-man who .. 150
by all sane thinking individuals. The desire should have a time at bat occasionally doesn't go out much, especially at ,'<;<
for peace is strong in the hearts of mankind, yet be- It Is said that Home night, but. stays home with his '" O Day Night
cause we have long smothered our sanity and reason and Mothers are the two sweetest wife and family. I
with blankets of selfishness' greed and hate and built words In the English'language, It my wife broke me of any
{ our world-house on such an insecure foundation, wet but after all a woman has first of my old tricks she must have' L
find ourselves engaged in the most brutal and destruc- to be a wife before she can be- Welt! a mixture of love and BUILDING MATERIALSUNRATIONED

tive conflict in man's pitiful history. come an honored mother. kindness, ait well an the sterner ,
world Now there's never much been method, and It IH this love and _ _
establish lasting peace
fail to
I : We will again said about Ntppmotlieria and kindness that liat made our AVAILABLE NOW '
unless the people of the world unite their prayers and rnutlierw-ln-latv, and what little home a happy one and canned 1-'A : : !
their sincere unselfish efforts to that end.-A step in has been said might bettor hate me to be no Morse, morally, P. (Tony) Entenza who will ROOFING CONCRETE BLOCKS"
this direction and one that gives genuine promise of been left unmtld. However, I than I am. While" the hasn't be remembered by the older residents SHEETROCK CEMENT
i' eventual success, is the move to establish a "federation happen to know from experiencethat been able yet to teach me to of Starke as having been INSULATION BOARDS MASONRY CEMENT
of the World". a lot could be nald in their attend services, an often as I engaged In the c i g ar factory ROCKWOOL CRUSHED STONE
26 the Florida Legislature became the favor, ,In spite of the popular should, she attends regularly business here 35 or 40 years ago, WINDOWS GRAVEL,
On April
C memorializing Congress' Joke to the contrary. and doenn't tattle about sinners seems to have been "going places"since DOORS SAND
13th State to pass a resolution There's lots that I would like nor her fellow church leaving here and is cur- SCREEN DOORS CELOSIDING
? on World Federation. The plan, advanced originally to say about wives who 'are also members or neighbors when rently a candidate for mayor of
'' by Robert Lee Ilumber of Greenville, N C., is simple mothers, but as I don't know too services are over. the great city of Los Angeles, Glass Cut to Order Lucas Paints

and workable.It much about anyone's wife but When all Is said and done, I Calif.
recognizes the world as one great unified body my own, I'll have to confine my think Wives are Just as good' and Mr. Entenza wrote to the Tele- CABINET & MILLWORK

"t of mankind, with the various nations making up its remarks to her and the happy sweet as Mothers, but when a graph after having received a
&l states or subdivisions. Our difficulties have all arisen home that she has tried to make wife is a mother, too,, of course marked copy of the issue contain-
i because the world as such has never had a real government for me and our sons. that makes her even more so. So ing the obituary of Mrs. VIda ANNIS BUILDING SUPPLIESDepot
of law that could operate on democratic It is truly said that you can't I until they set a special day aside Morgan, with whom he was well
f teach an old dog new tricks, but for them, I'll Just toss my hat acquainted,. both having come to & Pleasant Sis. Phone 1325
principles. not that he can't be broken from 'I up and yell, "Three cheers for Starke from Waldo in the old Gainesville, FlaNWAY'S
While every individual on the face of the earth is old tricks. Well I wasn't exI I I the wife who makes a good home days. "Her residence at Starke -

eels a citizen of this world, no effort has been made to actly an old dog who my better-;i"Frenchman's I For her loved ones!" was an Important one, and her I i
',- 1 b develop in the IIIUIVIUUAI'_.1.1..1 a .ru e sense o f a resnsi_ Vasa,"'g takes'. away; a mora t institution "

N bility of such citizenship with its attendant obligations. Creek""Practically C e e e e e e e e e e e that every growing city
r state and national must have as a beacon light for t
f We have set up municipal,
Jr Yours"Coming SunnybrookBy direction, Mr. Entenza wrote.
governments and established laws for each protect
and safeguard the individual through a government To FloridaWhen "In reading the Telegraph," he l/
Mrs. Anuln Crawford Service
I ;t stated, "It brought back many Station
of laws. When a citizen of such governmental e e e e e'e e e e e e
i! units commits a ,crime or violates a law against the "Frenchman's Creek," the memories struck with,. but the I was fact particularly that PHONE 147 RING 2''' FOR SERVICE
Mrs Dorrle
state nation he is arrested, given a and Paramount film arriving to play McLeod and sonsJ. your
city, or trial R. and Elliot, Mrs. Octavia city has a Chamber of Commerce
9 ., i if found guilty, punished. Sunday and Monday at the Flor- McLeod and son and Miss Coleen which Is looking around for the Washing

If a citizen of Miami, for example, were to murdera ida Theatre, is seen by movie- Crawford all of Lake Butler were establishment of nqw business PolishingOil
citizen of Tampa, these two communities would not goers, they will find this lavish visiting Mrs. Ar a u 1 a Crawford enterprises. .
declare WAR on each other and attempt to establish Technicolor production an excit- Thursday afternoon. "Florida has a great opportunityto Changing

,'; justice through the death and destruction of both cities. ing and adventurous film story. W. T. Crosby ana C. C. Crosby i sell Itself after this war if it y Greasing
and their inhabitants. We seek out and punish the' Thin seventeenth century story attended the Union Meeting at I cares to direct some of the tre-
c guilty. .We follow the same. course when a group or about pirates English lords and Heilbronn Baptist, Church Sunday. mendous earnings from World Waxing
ladies and balls
gang of individuals band together anywhere and en- combines all the elements palace neces- Mrs. A H. Johns Mrs. R. E. War II to the State. Starke is Tire Repairs
MuDdorff and children Jan and fortunately situated in being a
gage in unlawful practices. sary for pure entertainment and Wayne of Starke and Mrs. H C. proximate city in a proximate
if we want world peace, we must establish a with such stars as lovely Joan Broadway and son Stevie of Chicago county. You will understand this ELECTRIC ARC WELDING
I World Federation, made of all nations regardless of Fontaine and the new Latin heart- 111. to
up spent part of Saturdaywith expression mean that it Is near
i race, creed or nationality and set up a code of Inter- throb, Arturo de Cordova, the Mr. and Mrs Floyd Crosby. an established metropolis with an
national law, not for Nations, but for all individuals 'audience will be greatly pleased.The Mr and Mrs J. N Kelly and I established market-speaking, of AMOCO
; r: then we will be able to punish the law-breakers and film Is laid against a background Mrs. C. C. Crosby spent Sunday :, course, of Jacksonville and envir ONE -. HOUR
protect the innocent and law-abiding. of the Cornish coast in with Mr. and Mrs. Mill Kelly and one"
_ ,
t 1668. Navron H o u so, GAS
i, w'ii \ family of Lake Butler. i It seems that in the years since
We now recognize a citizen of Seattle, Washington, home of Miss Fontaine in the
, Mr. and Mrs. O. E.). Crosby at- : leaving Starke, Mr. Enteaza! has
Bangor, Maine, or Miami, Florida art American.{ ,We picture, and the tiny inlet, tended the dedication of established himself
Long a OIL
as prominent I
,,: such wherever he "
respect his rights and privileges as Frenchman's Creek as it is call- Bridge Christian Church Sunday. attorney in Los Angeles and
may be, so long as he remains law-abiding.-We don't ed, are the focal points in the Mrs. Arsula Crawford and

tare. what his race, color or creed may be, but accept story. daughter Shirley Ann, Bule arid 'v .. GREASE 1.
1 him as an equal UNDER THE LAW, entitled to its Soon after the opening scene, Bobby Crawford were Sunday FLOOR ,
protection, or subject to its punishment dependent on Joan and her two children arriveat dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. SURFACINGAND
,J 2 his conduct. this picturesque haven only to C. C. Crawford of Lake Butler. FINISHINGLOCAL RIDE
find that de Cordova and his Mr. and Mrs Eddie Keene of AUTO UTE
i In great metropolitan centers find Jews
our we
band of pirates have been utilizingN Gainesville we revisiting their FLORIDA BATTERIESMOTOR
'' and ,Gentiles, whites and negroes, Italians, Chinese, a v r 0 n House as a hide-out. parents, Mr and Mrs. O. E. Cros- REFERENCES

y.rK Russians, Japs, and people of every nationality living Joan's butler, who is in the em- by Friday night. FLOORS CLEANED LINES

;;, together in peace under municipal, State and Federal ploy of the pirate, arranges a Mrs. Arle Brown of 'Starke, AND WAXEDC. BUSSES
meeting of his master with Joan. Mrs, Nona Newton of Lake Wales, SIU lIm Lmz>rA
1 ''I ; LAW.-The only thing lacking is World or international They are immediately attractedto Doris Marsh, S 2-c of Jackson- For Safety nVN'O
M LAW that reaches the individual. each other and Joan steals a- ville and Pvt. Horace Dyal of
When we firmly establish that, we will have a way on the pirate ship with him. Little Rock Ark., were visiting 1143-J Telephone Comfort & Economy
___ __ Joan's husband arrives at Nav Hr.. and Mrs... C.. C. Crosby _.. ... -> or Write Take Care. rtf .it..
workable basis fqr world peace. Suppose, following -Un -- In.e:: BOX 88, Gainesville '"
x.,, ;a World ron and a plan to capture the day. j 'f j-j-jj Z I J- .
War No. 1, we had set up a World Federation, pirate is formulated and de Cor- r rr jru r j j rxtr yr r j r

( under a constitution, backed by adequate police power, dova is Jailed. However, he is
and under the laws of this world organization, it had rescued by Joan' and the butler

been illegal for a citizen or group of citizens, anywhere and when she facesa decision to
' in the world, to engage in the manufacture of escape with him or remain with Join me at lunch Have Coke
munitions unless properly licensed and supervised by her children, Joan chooses the . a

the World Federation. With such an organization and latter. .

such a law Hitler and his gang of mad men would There are many splendid scenesof ( ,
I, /ilIltn tl" I "IPI
h, iri f\.I"11'
w never have been able to spread destruction throughout hand-to-hand fighting in sea
r the world. They would have been arrested, just as we battles and sword play at its I I'D' I

arrest any law-breaker or criminal, brought to an in- best with the romance of a dash- I : ,c\
_ ' ternational court of justice, tried and if found guilty, Ing pirate and his lady to form ji't t r ty

Ps+l, '' punished. It is just as silly and fruitless for all the the foreground. of this delightful !
I people of one nation to make war on all the people of screen play.Playing _ _
another nation because of the action of an individualor at the Florida Theatre _
Tuesday Wednesday, and Thurs b
a group of individuals as it would be for cities to day will be "Practically Yours", i )
: declare war on cities or states to do battle with states starring Fred McMurray and.
.. ? because of the
acts of their individual citizens. Claudette Colbert. This is a very
i It is something to think about and it makes sense. high-class comedy with Robert _

t p' The Legislature of Florida is to be congratulated for Benchley, Cecil Kellaway and Gil _

_ 4,, ./ its action in endorsing a World Federation and the Lamb in supporting roles. .c
Claudette figures In the plot as
i establishment of such form of International Law for the timid, shy but moonstruckgirl .
? the citizens of the world. who suddenly finds herself

escorted by the county's most eli-
gible flying ace. On the other
hand, though, she must contend

I, I Can UseWI More Pulpwood with Gil appearance Lamb whose doesn't unprepossessing stack- 4Nwq

\W "! DII,' T. up to Fred's.

'The story tells of the misunderstanding -
Container Corp n. of America Fcrnandina Fla. between Fred and Miss

Colbert, which begins when someone .
overhears him talking about
-w.d '"
Piggy, his' dog, and thinks he
0 means Peggy, played by Miss

: Colbert. Upon his return to the '

United States, the public, press lecatramar ., I -
The Gill That Only You Can Give. . and everyone else believes Claud-
e 11 e to be Fred's "girl back I
& :. YOUR home." That's where the fun the
._ :.d r PHOTOGRAPH start I e adding refreshment to noon hour 1 .

Fred and Claudette have to

I Studio open each day till iO keep up appearances for the pub- You see them all over America at the lunch hour."Happy of I
s groups
9 p. m., including Sunday lic's sake and are continually

s No appointment necessary seen together in romantic poses. girls enjoying wholesome food with ice-cold
s J ww Satisfaction Guaranteed However, each is sure that the Coca-Cola. At the office, /
other is not the type of personone
_tcfM should marry and they reacha in your home, or at your favorite luncheon place, Coca-Cola makes ' '

HOLLYWOOD CAMERA & GIFT mutual agreement to be seen
SHOPCall together in public but In privateto good food taste better. . makes lunch time refreshment time.
live their own lives. But Lamb
Street At Railroad starts pressing for Claudette's attentions t "Cokc".Coca-Cola:

and Fred becomes Jeal- OTIUO UNDI AUTHOIITV OF THI COCA-COIA COMPANY You naturally hen Coca-Col
ous and Miss Colbert winds up I called by it* friendly abbreviation
with the man she wanted in the STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. %Both a>een the quality pnxt
: first place. net of The Coca-Cola Company-

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F. was made. :Mrs L. After her first swimming lesson . . . . . .- . . . . . . .
Chapman's low bowl of email Saturday the child swam the The Navy Is Heard From
ftate Farm
flowers '
In pastel shades and Mrs width of the fresh-water< pool at Brooker Hampton
J. :MBradley's the Morrison
stately Easter Officers Club. '
WhttfJeld lilies EDITOR1* NOTKl -ill w* know l. wit ....
81 1'11'1'. ryan. . . . with Queen Anne's 1 ace Ginger whose father, now In Bead In the but fl.h<... wee mo matfew By Joyce Atkinson I\y Mrs. M. C. Swny
. tied for the blue what lob y..'.. In. tmmmt b . .
ribbon while a India was former County a prcttr arias a . . . .
Physician -
conch shell filled t.*.lnr.. at ._1. It I. rt>am..rti .. t krrrf. or.*. . . . e . o .
SHOW AT TILE1111FNITY with edit roses, had been accustomed to 1. know that la l>Up of all the _01..1.., ..1.. S
oWER corn flowers and delphinium by playing around the pool in a little err and Monotony, these Br. Mill mrn who ran FISH FRY Revival services will be held at
CLUB ... ... ...... 0
Mrs. J. A. .1. of kuinor. art n lanitk tnitrail and Mrs the First Methodist Church
L digression from the Bouvier was second I In life belt but had shown such of n ...1.... out of a. ....1......| ultnallon and Mr. N. G. Hayes entertained beginning
I way of first class. Mrs. Fielding Chap- liking for the water that her instructor keep the ...... folk phapklla lastrad of iilirrtalnir with a fish fry Fridayat Tuesday May 1 and

Ll Club programs Mrs. Field- man won the red ribbon with a Mrs. Lyman E3. Morris from._..Ulak. push Jark a .spirit.... formrr la ...0.employ.... In thin. of Irttrr the- their home. The out-of-town I continuing through Sunday, May I

Chapman's suggestion of a lovely arrangement of purple had her dispense with the de- "...k. peat offlc* nod now a Storekeeper 1-. guests Included Mr. and Mrs. M. 6. The meeting will begin each

'., h.w( was carried out atTuesday's larkspur sweet peas, pansies and vice. wltk the Navy In the ParlM. W* take >lra.. G. Hayes of Gainesville. Mr. and evening at 8 p. m., and the publicIs
\\< In .
meeting. Each baby's breath. Mrs L. A. Shep are reproducing It herewith.February. Mrs. C. B. Hayes and daughterof I cordially invited.

I'' of the club waa asked herd's bowl of tastefully : Vacation for the Farm boys Lake Butler- Mr and Mrs.

enter an arrangement of our stokesla and shadAl arranged purple-, and girls who attended Starke 6, 1945 Moore of, Miami, Mr. and Mrs. W.\"N.VILI.I.UI: LACIIANf
Mr. and Ken 1
| flowers and a credltr larkspur won second school began last Friday. Miss R. A. Hethea of LaCroose and JfitP. J
spring place in this Dear Callstreeters: Chance ann 2fce the birth of I
class Mr. A. M. Rlcharde's vase'of Clarice Rosier and Mrs. Leonard Mrs Annie Crews of Ralford.
son, April 18 at Saranac InTfew
beautiful snapdragons In shadesof Anderson (Lora Crews) were I have finally come to the conclusionthat
York. Mrs. La
Mrs. H E. Stokes and son Leroy Chance Is
yellow and pink was awarded Melvene graduates year and Miss General Sherman's definition of war were shopping In Alachua niece of It. R. Ketch and spendsher !

the white ribbon with Mrs. C. M Grade Certificate.Davis received a Ninth Is far too true but If he made that famous remark after a mere Saturday. winters in Hampton. The !

Turney's carnations lovely stokesla and pink Pfc and Mrs Dillard Huntley march through Georgia where-may I ask-would he have found F. B. Ruse of Orlando was baby has been named Wayne William. -

Caldwell's second exquisite and shaded Mrs. J, G of Camp Blanding and Lake Butler words adequate to describe' a tour of duty In the South Pacific? visiting his father here Saturday 1

larkspur third in this class. pink Fol spent Sunday with Mr. and And speaking of the well-known General, let me hasten to add S-i.-jt Roy Allen- who has Mrs. Ida Maxwell returned Saturday 1

lowing' the popular] vote upon the Mre. J. H. Hundley. that the Civil War Is still being fought out here just as It will continue just returned 1 from overseas duty from Savannah Ga., where i

flowers this club meeting was E, D. Mobley was with his to be on battlefronts in all parts of the world, as long as has been visiting his parents, Mr she spent (the past week with relatives

+ Y V opened with its Impressive ritual. family in Sanford last weekend.Mr. rebels and yankees have energy enough to Jaw back at one an- and Mrs. Rufua Allen. a"d! et ended the funeral I "

:h" h AvaT'4 After business matters were at- 'I and Mrs. J. n. Johns and other. I still uphold the South because I firmly believe the North Lt. Douglas Hazen Is spendinga of her- brother- Ui,...ait: .>\!exaaderPorter I I'I'Mr.
children of Vero Beach were furlough with his Mr. '
a tended to Mrs. C. M. Turney, I would have been licked If they hadn't taken the unfair advantage parents, ,:
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Yar- and Mrs. Fred llazen.
President 'I .. and Mrs. Will Saxon
the meeting ")f trying to fight the war during our fishing season.
Mrs. G. W. Davie and children
over to Mrs. W. borough Saturday. Oakland Park
Williams and e e are visiting relatives
Mrs. :M. R. Holmes who, as hostesses 'I' Miss Melba Strlngfellow wentto were In Starke on business Mon and friends- here this week.
I seem to hate been put In the landlocked Navy and nee tlte
Fernandina to her
served strawberry short. Sunday join day. R. U Brown Jr., Count Guardsman -
cake and coffee to those present )I slater, Mrs. George Manasna for world only through courtesy of National /irra|>lilo. Life mny Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Hendersonof I 1M the guest of his parents

-Tii5 a week's stay with Mr.. and Mrs. grow a little monotonous In these parts, but It Is far froth being Gainesville were Sunday dinner Mr, and Mrs. Robert Hrown.Mis. .

BRIDGE CLUB MEETING Bob White. "polntlew" In fact we have just finished l another wrloii. ot guests of Mr. and Mrs C. L.. J n. McAlhaney returned

Many varieties of flowers lent I Miss Lila Rae Caldwell is now inoculation*-you know that process where a pharmacist mate Atkinson and family Sunday to her home In Reeves-

their beauty to the home of Mrs\ employed by the Dell TelephoneCo. puts a needle agalnnt your arm and Iran on It. We were lined Mrs. N. G. Hayes was in vllle S. C., after spending sometime }
C. M Turney Wednesday of last In Starke and is living in the old line Gainesville on business Thursday.
up In that familiar Navy and let me tell you here that with her daughter Mrs. J
week for her Misses Myrtle l and Mildred
meeting of the dormitory there. the roll with which a seasoned ttallor customarily walks has W, Home She was accompaniedby
State Farm Bridge( Club. In addition Misses Mildred Williams and Thomas of Graham were weekend -
been wrongly attributed to walking on pitching dt>eks. It really her g I'a n ddaughter Marthn
sf .5 to the two tables of player Dot Vincent of F.S.C.W., Tallahassee guests of Mrs Alice Thomas
who will I
cornea from standing In line shifting from foot to foot with no Home spend severweeks
Mrs.' of Mr. and and Mrs. T. O. Kelly.
rSca, ion Turney entertained on this were guests with her. !
occasion her visitor Mrs Hugh Mrs. L. A Shepherd last week appreciable forward motion. Mr .and Mrs., Grady Baxter of Betty Jean and Helen Adkti .

Hall of 'Jacksonvll1 e Defense end.Mr. Well as I was saying here we were lined up at sick bay, andas Baldwin. and Mra. Carrie Ingram Bruce Maxwell Charles! Dees a

Stamp prizes were awarded as and Mrs. Al Rogers had as we passed along one pill-roller after another would stick us fIrston of Starke were visiting Mr and Karl Ford attended the 5th So

r t iy; follows: High to Mrs. Fielding their Sunday guest Mrs. Claudia one side and then the other, After I'd taken about all I could Mrs. Tom Stewart and Mrs. R. day Convention of Christ I Ian

Chapman; Second High, to Mrs. Cuff of Jacksonville stand, and about half my quota. I spied daylight ahead-but be- Lewis last weekend.Mrs. Churches at Long Bridge Sunday
I* F. Chapman: "bingo", to Mrs. Mrs. J. M. Hembree left Tues- Rita Brown of Raiforil
tween me and the door was one more needle pusher My nerve Friends! of Emory Price Brown
J. R. Kite. Refreshments consisted day for Dothan Ala., to visit was visiting relatives here Sun
son of Mr and Mrs. T. F. Brown,
broke and I dashed headlong for the door and made It! Next morn-
of Ice cream cookies and Lt. and Mrs. James Liggett day. will be Interested to know tbat
coffee'with candies served duringthe Cooper. This visit was occasionec} Ing I was feeling pretty chipper thinking I had gotten away with Mr. and Mrs." Jim Douglas of he is now attending an aeronautical 4
one less shot, when up comes the master-at-arms telling me to report friends
progressions.The by the recent arrival of Mrs. High Springs were visiting school In Miami, prior to :
to sick bay for shots. It seems that the fellow I by here ,
Hemb r e e''s little niece Linda skipped and relatives Sunday entering'' the Air 0011>8.
following Item copied froma Louise Cooper. the day before was merely checking our names off the list! As Mrs. If. E. Stokes was shopping Mr. and Mrs. U J, Wynn left 1

West Palm Beach paper will Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. proof of Inoculation I had to go through the line again. They saya ; In Gainesville Friday Wednesday of last week for Marion

be of Interest to friends of Dr. Cox last week-end were Pv6 and shot in time saves nine. How true how true. Friends of O. W. Barry and I I S. C., and other points north'to !

Get ta... ..r&m and Mrs. O. L. Kelley, former Mrs. Tom Lowry of Camp Branding Mru./ C. L. Atkinson will be gladto : spend- several weeks .

Farm residents: and Petty Officer Second But In all the Navy there'll no line like the chow line. It'na know they have returned to Mrs. Lurre Hall of Dasher 1
Young Mermaid Makes Her Debut Bradshaw their homes from the hospital in .I. .
Class and Mrs Gnlce good thing they publish the menu a week ahead for you neverknow Ga., spent the week-end here.
r West Palm Beach has a budding and children of Atlantic Beach. Gainesville and both are Improving -
I Mr. Minnie Johns of Green
when In line what reach the chow
= you get<< just day you'll
Katy Rawls' in the personof Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hill and rapidly 'Cove Springs ,was a recent guestof ,
halt I'm also 'convinced our with Australia must be
3 1-2 year old Ginger Kelleydaughter children- of Zephyrhills were with program Miss Amanda Mott was visit. her daughter, Mrs Wilson May.
lend-lamb and I ran also tee why our early pioneer wen HO ing Miss Agnes Lewis of Starke
Land Sunday
of Major and Mrs O. L Mr.. and Mrs. K.! O. Mrs. Pearl Harris and son
Kelley 324 Valley] Forge Road. thumbs-down on sheep heritors. It's lamb chop today lamb Wednesday Jimmy Paul left Monday for two

Miss June Caldwell visited. Miss stew tomorrow and then we vary the diet with a bit of mutton Mrs. Hcrshpl Layfleld- spent! several weeks In Strawberry. Ark.

Madge Brownlee In Starke from otew. The only trouble I..* that I'm HO stupid I rant tell the days recently with Cpl. Lay-
Thursday until Sunday. difference.<< ,. field in Valdosta, Ga. TERMITE ICKAOICATIONAMI
SIGN FIRST'D After spending the week-end . e Mrs. Roy Green and children' ) fONTItOL

with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, My good friend Harvey Denton and I decided to eat out one spent a recent week-end with her' If you are flying ants comingIn

: Bryan Whitfield, Miss Roberta evening In the style to which we are unaccustomed. We made parents Mr Palatka.Do and Mrs.. Q. E. Mc- or out of your house thechancru
''G to F.S.C.W.Tallahassee .. Gauley la are hate termite
Whltfleld\ returned you
USE 6i6 reservations at one of our leading French restaurants and arrived
Monday. and you will N able to wivnyourarlf
in good shape with a plus four appetite. We were served a five bill. A I
their return from Arizona lIt.tPuH.fwd n big repair f
iColdPreporofions.asilireEtidi Mrs. Bard Gale and daughter course dinner counting the water salt and pepper. Music was --, nominal charge for Inspwtlon.

PPRED4Jlfagle -Sharon, spent Sunday and Mon- furnished by an ancient phonograph probably Edison's original I'j :l JJ ':I al'N\j .au We ran give;- bo t OalllClI\'lllCl 4 i_

day with Mrr and .Mrs. J. W. model which' needed frequent encouragement by way of the crank It vounotll at hou.. Sf-'L.' reference
Zflattx''j Woodward before going on to handle. The motive power was furnished by two or three native ..s'h: liteimUinii l'..r- Cfjfnmnflnl '''' I'pbone'' '
QTY Wan ZBmMliitiiipnn
their home in Palatka.Mr. children who were engaged at the same time in eating corn on the ._0 . ,... "Jutio"l Vrlrwiiv C. A. POWELL I I

Ml PAINT bS and Mrs. M. E. Griner hadas cob-something the customers did not have. The music was sadly; I 'J.>OM t. HnfH. dwnfKurl Aiinmy bin Kit**IMw.RimrIIM. III3-J or {Writ

visitors during the past week trying to die with the age to which the record belonged and I am Koch Drug Store Ht. 2, Box 88, GainesvilleAdvertisement 1

iVou'll be amazed it how quickly and AND Mrs. Martin Griner Jr., of Lake afraid the corn received more attention than the crank. In the Interest -

cuity you can brighten up drab rooms AND'KEfPTHEIW Butler and Mr. and Mrs. S. V. R. of better International relations the price of the meal can- ( ) j

Martllng of Melrose.Mr. here. i
with SPRED. not be revealed .

iher-odort! No brush coat marks covers! Easy! No to Your of Miami. and were Mrs.guests Plummer of Mr Moor and .. From where I sit.. by Joe Marsh {;
available to all. One afterseeing
Swimming and finding are day
ISh-.ra,. clean longer! Come (Iniod.y Post War PlanningBy Mrs. O. E. Crews for a week to
baccalaureate and a Silver Spring movie short of underwater fishing I
and let us show you by demon"ration Placing Your graduation attend exercises of Bradford' decide to try my luck. I made a spear. and a spring gun and 'i

that SPRED is superior to Order Now For High School. took the afternoon off to try It out. I shot and shot at everything Black Market Versus 'I

urdinirjr water-thinned paints! Mr.. and Mrs. L. R. Thomas are I saw, but my aim must have been slightly off for I \

/4 /lea These Appliances now residing In the house for didn't; hit; a thing and the fish got tired of returning my spoor. 4*; .7' Brighter Meals

e tfde merly occupied by Mr. and Mrs so we had to call the whole thing off.

Forrest H a rvey. Mr. Thomas ,a .
has been an employee here for a I can truthfully say that I have had lots of fun down here and I guess our town doesn't like These days most people ore

r,98GALLON AUTOMATIC number of years but had continued have SEEN plenty of work. What fun and entertainment we obtain rationing any better than other agreed that a simple menu of un- ,

HOME LAUNDRY to live In Green Cove Springs must be more or less improvised for, as you might suspect folks. But when a fellow went rationed Scotia and substitutes .

until his home was burned re the Hollywood version of beautiful dancing girls In, grass skirts from door to door the other day, is a badge of honor. .. no apologies

e HOT POINT cently.J. spent the past Is slightly exaggerated. The native custom of kissing a woman on peddling butter cheese and bat required! ,

( PASTE ) REFRIGERATORS week-end. M. Bradley with relatives In Jack- the cheek instead of the lips Is quite understandable- unless you con without points, be didn'tfind And from where T sit house !

RANGES sonville. like the taste of beetlenut. (Something like chewing, tobacco but a single taker. wivcscanbrlghtenhimleed meals I

GALLON PASTI MAKIS WATER HEATERS Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Stricklandand three times more violent and potent and quite the vogue with the Kd Carry's nilssun, Sarah with cheerful table decoration,

IV4 GALLONS PAINT Johnnie, of Graham village belles.) summed It up. "I'd just be eparklingridrrortangylcer: 'oid r t
rrrmff visited Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis a e ashamed to have that butter on beer, or side dishes) of home !j ii
: As-These Decome AvailableWe Sarah "I'd made and fruits and I
JtlUID table, nays. a preserves
weekend.C. sneaked the to the river
m!,". _. ,,...._ .. Will Fill Orders In last The other day we through Jungle
.n.'"" .... returned Wed- heap rather have my family and nntfl. Those little touched run be j
O. Partney bank
for our dally swim and an I'm standing on the debating
Order of Applicatioji) from Ash v ille N. C.. guests put np with what I can mighty helpful to the appetite.No. q' ,
nesday whether to ruin my O.' I. haircut by getting it wet I see A
Mrs. Partney is in a con serve honestly, than give 'em a )
where familiar face which turned out to beValt'r Dew. I used' to 3
home. Friends hope treat from the Black Market."
valescent see him out at Klngsley Lake and should have known that the c90e tJt t:
that her stay there will be of real .vul.
e. health. place to find a Bradford County boy would !>" near a- swimming
Radio Service benefit to her
After a week's stay In Jack- hole. It's mighty good to see someone you know after so many

sonville with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. you don't. 115 of a Series .Copyright 19 IS, UnUcJSlatci Bnuicn Foundation
Il Ennis and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde e ,

W I BED LAMPS Green Miss Mary Lou Yarbrough When you folks back home feel yourselves getting riled up ;

I DESK LAIIIPS1VKLER returned home Monday. about' a bit or rationing just remember we have it too. Its pretty COMPLETE CAR SERVICE 1 1t5

Bradley Geiger of Jacksonville tough on the temper when a fellow gets all soaped up for a shower

spent Saturday. and Sunday with just as the quota of fresh water Is exhausted for the day. Did you I

Leslie Bradley. ever try removing soapsuds without water Don't. Sometimes 1

Monday supper guests of Mr have seen the boys enjoying "one on the house", i. e.-a shower ",
E. G. Land were Mr.
and and Mrs.Mrs. Martin Land of Camp In the rain. We are always glad to see the rainy season set inhere ,

ilandlng-. their two sons and their for then the ships can run right up to our backdoor and r ,

113 E. Call Street visitor Mrs. Frances Land of unload.
a *
STARKE, FLA. Service Mayo. fY 1 1c
f Electric I am now on my fourth year ot,military service and I know c
COMPLETE LINE Haltiwanger that the boysfrom the original National Guard cornpanie are
Avenue Emma
TlMt4T1STED PAINTS' $0 226 on their fifth. That seems, like a long time out of a man's life

''U CAN ,DO IT [OURSELF Funeral services were held at but; we try to make the moat; of It. Ion looking forward to the r

i the graveside In Crosby Lake time when I can get back Into civvies again and buy s ham

Cemetery Saturday afternoon for burger after 11 p. m. Until then I remain '

Mrs. Emma Haltiwanger. who As ever,
Washing Polishing Waxing
here Wednesday -
died at her
the E. D. Jackson SK 1-e USNR .
attheclubJ. Services were under
night. and CASU (F-39 FPO ; l W.I.
direction of DeWitt C. Jones CERTIFIED LUBRICATION
Francisco Calif. ?
? were conducted by the Rev. Wm. San "

Floyd of Gainesville. r, Polishing & Waxing By Appointment .
r Sum v I n g are her husband For Safely Comfort and Economy . .:

} Mlldredge HalUwanger; parents Only ,'
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Splvey. Georgia -

,; Rosy.five sisters Dorothy Daisy and Lily Kath Spl-rne CORRECT ;''fJ$h. Standard Oil Products

vey: five brothers. Vester J. C..
James and M. C. Splvty. INFORMATION 43/ t
all of Lakeland. Fla.; one daughter Please Phone IllFLORIDA /TQ. FULL SUPPLY OF CAN OIL .:

Mrs. Leora Thomas. Starke. ,

TI1N1 ICAlE.t and Haltiwanger two sons.of Earl Starke.and Raymond MOTOR LINES BUSSES CARDEN'S SERVICE STATION r : l r, '

+ rs EERra Pallbearers were J.McRae I* Silcox Jack UNION BUS STATION VAN II. CARDEN. Mgrr. STARKE, FLA. 'f

r w Wm.Gottlieb.Prevatt.George Arthur Parrish and O. Temple Ave. LACY CONWAY. Agent Stark. P1*. Cor. Temple Ave. & Call St. I 1 ,
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'white and decorated with 14 Ladies

i Junior Club Birthday;Party Joan Carpenter candles The guests played games Auxiliary
r 11 l. and CLUBS danced. The LadlesPresbyterian
At Party AUXillary
Has Supper MeetingThe Tuesday Afternoon Honoree Mrs. Smith was assisted in Church d

.,1:+:' ., J members of the Junior Mrs. J. R. WaInwright entertained Mrs. J M. Smith entertainedfor serving punch and cake to the next Tuesday afternOOn Will

+,; ; I r; Baptist Circles Miss Helen Cook Woman's Club held a swpper- at her home on Clark St. her daughter Joan Carpenter anniversary -- guests by Mrs H. C. Brown, Mrs.j clock la the Chu '11 Sel'Vlcl eft I

I Weds Lt. Col. GriffinIn business meeting at the home of Tuesday afternoon honoring her on her 14th birthday E Wilson and Mrs. Edward tr. AW memb
I I,,;" Hold Meetings Mrs. H. C. Ritch Wednesday daughter, :Mary Katherine on her at her home, Friday. Burns attend. are *ntl
WMU Blanding ChapelMiss night. Hostesses for this event third birthday anniversary.The April 27.
Circle Two of the Baptist lace
I,i 'met afternoon at the were Misses S a r ah Poythress,, beautiful birthday cake, The table, covered with a
Tuesday of the
Helen Cook, daughter centered with
Green and Freddie Wim- cloth, was
iced in and blue with pink
Barefoot pink
;+ home of Mrs. P. M. Thomas and
and Mrs. William pink
Mr Iced
berley and they were assisted by candles and surrounded on the birthday! cake
leader Mrs. W. n. Alexander became the
+ The Cook of St Augustine,
Mrs. Bitch Supper consisted ofa
table out of doors with blue del. II
the devotional and Owen W. complain a-
gave bride of Lt Colonel weiner roast in the yard. Starke I will never
: Mrs. W. J. Eppe I'Ion led In Griffin, son of Mm O J. Griffin After supper, the president, phlnlunt was the center of attraction bout the heat again." . His
prayer. After the business seslon. ,and the late Mr. Griffin of I for the young guests address Is: Capt. E3. D. Connell..
,,.' ;, Mrs. A. J Thomas gave a St Augustine and Starke Mon Miss the business Luclle Mitchell meeting.presided The group.over The pink Icing on the cake Kather-read, T, C., U. S Army Sec. Adv. Hq, SUNDAY, MONDAY: MAYs

1 reading, "One In a Million for day evening at six o'clock In the decided to hold a benefit bridge ine."Happy" Birthday, Mary ALFSEA, APO 492, N. Y., N. Y.

Christ", In connection with the Post Chapel at Camp Blanding. at the club house May 25. . .. Sorry to hear we're losingF
;' Centennial Crusade by Southern I Chaplain Edwin L. Carter, Lt. also decided to the dues Mrs. WaInwright was assisted in S. (Pop) Flores and his. pleas- '
They pay
l! i Baptists. The motto for this Colonel, post chaplain, performed for the local girl scout entertaining the small guests by ant Mrs. from the Camp Diner. ; { ; <08lEM!
troop, ,
v'i year is "Bringing a million for the'IMpresstve double ring ceremony which they are sponsoring In the Mss, J. R. Prill, Mrs. D. ''A. Mon- . ,.. They, figure they've had pd8tS s
of the Im teith and Miss KateStruth. Ice
'y Christ. the presence century
k ? IP. national scout ;organization. "about, enough after a quarter SKEW
mediate'families. cream and cake were served to
Plane were' made for putting of'the restaurant grind and 1&
flowers In the church during May. The altar of the chapel: was the guests and peppermint!' sticks Intend to take !It kind of easy pllll',4 "" Shiao-
7 members and a lilies and Business CircleThe given as favors. . ... ,
I; There were decorated with Easter on their place in Hahlra. Ga. I g .... w.
&t visitor present. white gladioli, flanked by palms I There were about 60 children Call Street will surely miss 'em ,, r:t .'. gidb
regular meeting of the ,
'Mary Katherine received o
present and
The June meeting will be held I and tall standards holding lighted .
? I Baptist Business Women's Circle "
with Mrs. O. A. Anderson, the white tapers many lovely gifts. CLAUDETTE oprdol/
will be"held Monday at 8'p.. m.
first Tuesday at 3:30: p. m. The chapel organist rendered a at the home of Mra. Floyd Greenon ,. Remember. the 36th Division? '

ff, Strawberry short cnke with program of nuptial music, including West Call .St The programwill Surprise PartyA . Not much chance. of forgetting COLBERT ::;
a' whipped cream and coffee were the traditional processional be under the direction of, the those rough-and-tumble Texans -
't nerved by Mrs. Barefoot assisted and recessional. Immediately I.oyal.Ambassadors of the Church. surprise birthday party was! who threw Starke Into a "
?; 'by her daughter, Sara. preceding the ceremony the can given la the home of Mr. and dither when they first landed at FRED 111I.,

Circle No. 3 of the, Baptist dies were lighted by E. W.,Griffin aa4 Sday leave, at the expiration Mrs A. S. Strickland Saturday Blanding, full of pep and vinegar ron
a WMU met Tuesday afternoon with of Jacksonville, c o u sin of the o.Mhlch: he will return to a station honoring Mrs. Strickland. . Anyhow, they've been givinga MAcMURRAY

Mrs. R. I* Kemp at her home on bridegroom.The somewhere in the Philippine Attending, were Mr. and Mrs. i good account of themselves in .,fectOCl
South St. Mrs A. C, Durden bride, given In marriageby *!. Gene Eappin g ton, Mrs. Callte Europe and I couldn't help but
p read a letter from the Baptist her father, chose a Davidow Lt. Col. Griffin and his bride Moser, Mr. and Mrs. Broward I smile when I read Wednesdaythat g L
shy ,r' Witness by Mrs. A. E. Llghtfoot model of sheer white crepe with are spending this week in the Strickland, Mr. and Mrs. Bud : they had captured that highly '" n m "0"
''f+ 1 and Mrs. Madge. Futch led the an aqua mesh bolero. Her hat I Biggs' cottage on Kingvley Lake. Jones of.J, acksonvllJe.dl'ed dignified and most aristocratically -
devotion. Others taking part on and other accessories were in Prussian of all jNaz'f general
"' the program were Mrs M. F. white. She wore a purplethroated / von Rundstedt, ,? Ana
Hazen and Mrs. S. E. Sparks. orchid shoulder corsage and they caught him, of all placesIn .
u;,' Mrs. W N. Johnson offered prayer carried a white satin prayer book the bath tub! . Isn't that
9 hr ,g and a collection of $16. 0 was showered with white satin streamers -i Oft4AhLLttP Just like the 36th? . NothingIs
$ taken. The meeting'closed with and stephanotls. Bed> :only holy to those boys! . See
? r prayer by Mrs. R. A. Thomas., ornament was an old gold bowknot that, Buck Alvarez did a swell
"" Mrs. J. P. Hlgglnbotham thankedthe brooch set with diamonds, Job of 'driving his car, right side
group for the beautiful gift a gift of the bridegroom. up;' Into a ditch south of town
of remembrance! which they presented Mrs. Cook selected fr Mr WeU, the mills of Rigs have Sapp'has Just celebrated her Saturday' afternoon . No one t
( ar I to her as' she Is joining herd daughter's wedding a cream colored ground forth another class of, second anniversary In the County hurt . 0 rAr Iidwe
husband In Georgia' soon. crepe with which she worea graduates and already they have Agent's office and vows that

t ,;. .1 The hostess was assisted In white baku picture hat. Her begun scattering to the four she's worked with 15: different Add Good News: Dixie Doodlesare

'9'A serving I.byra":/ R,.. 0., {Nunnery"' corsage was of pink rosebuds and winds . Rushing out, as It girls in that time! . Latest back in town after a two-
y's and Mrs. Tenley. Refreshments white stephanotls.Mr were, to fill some yawning gapsIn resignee here is Freddie Wlm- year absence . Mae Sisson has
;, 4 'r tonal t.e d of Jello, cake and Griffin, mother of the a world that Just doesn't seem berly, which has caused all kinds ; 'em now at her drink stand, but
t ; sweet crackers. The next meetIng bridegroom, was gowned In'aqua- to have enough people to go around of speculation as to her "future" don't get hurt In the rush ,. .: .,,11I
to will be held with Mrs. F J, marine crepe and white gladioli these days . Billy Bur- plans! . Maybe she was exaggerating Can't wait to see Joe Andrewsand Gil Lamb Cecil Kellaway + ;r
I and Phil Shuford, two of : ?
r_, Shaw. All members are urgedto petals and stephanotis formed; her ney our Jus' a little, but Shirley hear him spell forth In Japanese Frazee Mikhail Rasumny
; athletes have Jane
more outstanding Colley, home from Tally for Robert Benchley
attend. corsage. Her accessories, were -or can he? , : Anyway, '
already picked the Navy, or may- sister Francea graduation last tHRtCICD IT HITCHCU: flue x .
of pink and white: that's what he's been studying at .
A floral print on an aqua.back-: be the Navy has picked them- week, remarked that she, spoketo Yale 'these past several months LEIS EN k.
4 t ground was the choice of Mrs.E. I never can remember Any fewer persons she knew than . A miniature cloudburst Sun A MITCHELL PRODUCTION
SKI.I.S UKAL, L. Biggs of' Starke, sister of way., they've already been sworn she does when she walks down day afternoon made It necessaryto
STROUT in and are now '"sweating out"their the street in Tallahassee .
the bridegroom. Her accessories call off the Confederate Memorial
3 ,' . v / .try.1.! .,roprr of rfonen-Farm.-,.. lien .>.*. o..r3.OOO were white pink gardenias. corsage Turner, whose stellar gridiron (with a meat, market of his own) flags program were put out as per schedule Tues. Wed. Thurs. May 8 9 10 1

1s 7 Arr..... D.,..rm from all over t_. The bride Is a graduate of the record would have netted him a buying a ham at Lovett's Monday thanks to the loyal work. of
F World. Fro. open IIKIav. scholarship at any one of several because of the acute shortage . ,
St. Augustine -High School and Madge Mid dleton UDC
( presi-
.. ,4i Screen's Most Lottt
STROUT REALTY colleges, will enter the Army soon Daring Stag]
attended ,the Florida State Col. dent), Mrs. Middleton, Mr. and
t a 4,' Represented lege for Women at Tallahassee and start tossing hand grenades Quite a little excitement: around Mrs L. A Davis and Lois Ferryman I r,*>- >*x?. WITH THE STAR OP 'REBECCA'
Instead of .
;; Locally by where, she majored In Art. She pigskins town Saturday night because of s'. a .. ilf THe AUTHOR OP

i, fa F. C. IIOLLINGSWORTH holds membership In the Alpha the bogus report of German's surrender fr;J
116 a. Walnut St. Gamma ,Delta social sorority and Clarice Rxmler and Pansy Red- . Hear that George BH- Doo Adams back In town from ',b Parttmottnt prevent*
.} at present Is secretary of the dish are punching the time clockat lias (Condon's Grill) with two a S two weeks' vacation In Mem I
l''s. Chamber of Commerce in St. Augustine Blanding, while Mary Ellen sons overseas, was so overjoyed phis, reporting he did nothing 3oan Tontmne
j'' I Wasdin has accepted a job at when Bill Carnaslon told him the but sleep and eat-didn't even I

} Lt. Colonel Griffin was grad- Campbell's Accounting Service, good "news" that he l looked fish (believe It or not) Which r l
f Iy uated from Bradford County High where she will assist the other the doors of the cafe and started reminds me . ., I could use' a
+ \ School and the Jacksonville Business expert feminine accountant, Betty serving all the customers beeron little myself (sleep-not fish) . .
-College. Prior to the war Cameron . Catherine\ Revels is the house .' . Imagine hIs So so long . See you !in the TECHNlCPlORwith /
i he was' attached to the Florida relieving the help shortage at disappointment to find out 'twas next . ,
State,, Military Department In St. Blanding Center, while Lila Rae only another rumor! . Note Carolyn oil Rothbom Nigel Srveo Call llowoy Rolpti fortm
{ Augustine. For the past two Caldwell has cast her lot' with this week from Alyce Graham
y//(', V years he hag been in overseas the hello-girls and calls the Southern (Box 61, Lakehurst, N, J.) gays:
service la the Southwest Pacific Bell dormitory "home" these "Bill and I practically tear the
j a) area, serving as'a member of the days . Betty Jean Adkina baa Telegraph apart each week so we
staff of General Walter Krueger's joined the force In the County won't 'miss a thing. Could be
Oth Army now stationed some Agent's office and Helen Adkina we are homesick. New Jersey
Starke's where In the Philippines. He wears has signed with Lovett's . is certainly different from Flor.. 1t
ThetA the following ribbons: Asiatic- Other new faces along l Call ida." ,. ? Even the mosquitoesare
finest Pacific Theatre ribbon with three Street are Doris Edmondson larger, I hear, Alyce .
bronze stars; the Philippine Lib- Bradford Photo Shop and Mon-
restaurant eration ribbon with two bronze teen Warren at the Southern five -
Band Glimpsed Owen Griffin and bride.
1' y rJr stars; and,the Bronze Star Med and ten .
Cookie In town Wednesday afternoon
al for meritorious service !in 'con- -
r ,,, .G bar looking happy in the traditional -
.a nection with operations 'against Anti speaking of rapid turnovers

.; the enemy. At present he Is on in the help situation-Mil- out to manner see them and at inviting Ethel; friends Bigg'svuiuiga /L rCZ-Ln

__.h__ 'A
e .,> -i..Yr on Kingsley this "weeK
1 r I A'.8IZZUNG . Incidentally ,hear Ethel held l' J GLGGGf

FOR THAT FIRST SUMMERWe up the wedding at Blanding Mon
Sr" day afternoon on account of'some ;
s mean! ole MP didn't want to let

$- '' a LOBSTER pass her !through. ,,0' Wonder the gate I It It's without Just a a All Gifts Will Be Wrapped and Delivered On Requests

coincidence or if most of the honest -

!i; SIIIUIJM: have paper plates paper spoons and people stay on the west side
of town? . Since stores are CHADWICK & PRINCETON
:tk CHICKEN forks, paper cups and paper napkins. closing Wednesday p. m.'s A. H. s IsgiAv p

Henry (Jax Journal) has been *:
leaving a stack of papers on the tGit1S CHINA

sidewalk !In front of Koch's ?
B Bathing Trunks Now In Season Last Wed. he checked up only 5c Candy Boxes, Cigarette Boxes.
+ For short , But Ed Dahmer, try C
We have ing the same scheme on East and Ash Trays

"a' M Connoisseurs a Call was 13 papers short! .. COSMETICS Vases
i ;, *
assortmentreasonable Hear M>nln Long and sons I {Will Be Sure To Please
will return to the local
scene in
0 at June; having rented the J. M. Any Mother JAB'ESCN %

r ; 0'M R Alvarez place on Klngsley for ? )

three months . Lt.. Col. Long

Good Food prices :...3C.; M strongly is now on his way overseas, COlIPLETE'LINE FH1JL1 "" [:SCold
also suspecting that he'll) be ,
''MI and : Y In on the Army of occupation flom
0 AthleticSupporters . Also hear that MyrUce and C* ci r a. e ==

Drink :Major Lewis will arrive about Dishes
Vases Bon Bon
the 15th from ,
Fort Lewis Wash. Old SoUEh'y '
1'' for a brief: stopover here before and Candy Dishes
rra. Other "Musts" For The Swimmer: going on to'visit relatives in

Georgia and Maryland . .
: Sun glasses; rubber swim goggles sun tan lotions were due the last of April,They but evening in par t NEW SHIPMENT: OF

T' and creams Ip fact,, we can supply all your Major Lewla' leave was cancel
t outing needs. led . Grace Osborne checkedout ""IF" and "DISCOVERY" PERFUME

of town at the crack of dawn AND COLOGNE BY MONEAU Duncan Glassware

Tuesday and will spend the next .
a'HIhl'llON five or six weeks (until the open
a.- Try Our
: ing of the 2nd session of summer

I y Dining OutTonight I Prescription Department Beach school). .with, Ted at Carolina :srIf Ii n g Mother Day Greeting Cork;;,

"+ jii For Promptand dU
BATH POWDER Also Greeting Cards \
Dependable Service Quite a surprise in the mall
X, ''= have dinner here In a pleasant -ff_ rrr jj rf-nr.. r rf jj_PU- this week-a note from Gene SACHET AND SOAP OccasionsCARPENTER'S
atmosphere Where you know + THREE REGISTERED Connell (Blanding Center) who
the food
will be
ilcllclouxly been
.c: coveringquite a bit of
x'' cooked and attractively eerverl."lv GRADUATED PHARMACISTS territory since leaving these parts

.., . Gives an account of himself
thusly: "Since leaving the States
KOCH in Jan. 44 have been in
'd 325 Temple Ave. STORE town. South Africa. Bombay Del

hi, Calcutta, In India and several
I cities in Burma My work Is very Phone 64 THE-MINIT-SERVICE .Starke,F1J

interesting, but when I return to ,


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.[-BITS of LOCAL NEWS I J.M.R. C.Mayhugh Mayhugh and hIS father Two Hostesses lea in silver holders cast a ro y .e.k > divorce. Rrattfonl County .. JI4ROFFICIAL.: = 'I IIHh.
spent Tuesday In glow over the entire setting. Telegraph aha II puhiiih thU Order ( SAL: ) A. J. Thomas. 1"1
Lake qlty., Entertain U.D.C. In nest four weekly teaua.Viqgas l >. I An Clerk of Maid Court.V )
Other appointments on the table my hand and official' \ "lIer| C. HanleMy, Daytona Beach .
lecin PhM 3-c: left yes- Lt-Com. R. A. Green Is spend Sgt. Robert Jackson of Boca Mrs. O. L. Haynes were also of sUver meal at" mark. Florida, thl. April Fla." Atty.lor Plf 4-14 u (.4

,velyn to return to her station atPhiladelphia ing a seven day leave with his I Raton spent Tuesday and Wed- Woodfln. Haile were co-hostesses and Mrs. Mrs. J. W Kincaid softly played . . .- '..... ... .. ..- .
sy Yard after family here. He nesday of last week with his
f Navy is stationed In 'mother Wednesday afternoon at the homeof appropriate music during the i.
leave with her par- Bayonne N. J. Mrs. Carl Jackson and the former afternoon and a sketch of the "1
ding brother Street
Lecin and Jack Jones Billy, who has recently chapter's
Mr and Mrs. I. remains seriously ill when they entertained history was given by
: returned to the States. membersof
at his home Robert Mrs Davis.
here having recently the W. T. Weeks
was Chapter of
rr and Mrs. R. E. Mundorf returned from a Jacksonville hospitaL enroute from Boca Raton to the U.D.C. at the Climaxing the affair was the BUSINESS
'as their gu .t. ,jMrs., Mun- a new station In Utah Billy returned ly meeting. Lilies and regular lace month flower cutting of the cake by the president -
e Mrs. F. Broadway Sunday supper guests of Mrs. the hospital in Rome and past presidents followed !
sister, were used In
'II Ga., :Monday.Mr.! decorating the
hlcago Dl Effie Johns were Mrs. Mena Me- Haynes' home. by the chapter members. RETAIL: ACCOUNTING
ra.Prtha.! Pe rce has as her Crutchen and Mr and Mrs.''J. J. and Mrs. M. C. Mayhugh Miss Madge Middleton About 50 guests called during rr ... ,
uU for an Indefinite stay herther4n Gross of Jacksonville', Mrjl and have as a guest.' Mr. Mayhugh's presided over the president the hours from four. until six
,law and sister, Mr and Mrs. W. G. Smedley of Keystone father J. R. Mayhugh of Braden-. and the secretary. Mrs Annie meeting Lou o'clock. 1 '' Hooks and i

W, T Saxon of Oakland' Heights and Mrs. Allle Ritch of ton. He will be here a week. Godwin, read the minutes of the IM 4'UU''IT, 4'u'u'r. MIIAItFOHII'OI Opened Supervisedor
Morester.' Robert Grace and Jimmy previous meeting ( M'l. RLOHID4I l\ CIIN't
lie. in the
Green vnmruinlal. .._..._." .w.l.... .. .....__ absence 'KHY.Ruth; Complete Bookkeeping Service
n ----- ''' ''r. of the treasurer Mrs. M. Cairns Sawyer, Plaintiff, vn,
Mrs R. w. Reese to her home In F. Brown, t h* financial report UimHHl Sn Steaks Montgomery, Ala., last week-end was given by Mrs. A. Z. Adklna. Cu. Nn.\ STiaOHDKK t
The finest, after she had spent the past Mrs. Adkins also gave the regist- ANI NOTICB TO API-UAH Inventory Service, Monthly Audit .
ShrimpSEA month with STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr (
and her par. rar's report la the absence of RiiHKvll KM**. lawyer 139-/3 lOSml + Financial? Statement t''
foods. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Green. Miss Ollce Ray. Av.,, Jamaica (4), Luna bland \ Prepared.

FOOD Jimmy remained for a month's Mrs. Haynes gave a report on Now Yon York.are required to appeal on Operating Statement
at 'rea o 'able visit with her. the Cemetery Committee and the Mxy 11th 11145, In ehe shove named.
.>t. FISH' ( OR Pvt. J. W. (Buddy) Andrews president and Mrs I* A. Davis Court and. wherein plaintiff Profit and Loss Statement
MEATPLATE Jr arrived Saturday night from reported on the Memoi'lal Day Ob- .
prIces. Yale University, New Haven, servance. 'f
. just like mother 9
II LUNCH Conn., to spend a leave with his The members voted to dispense .' A Little of Our Time 'Win$ SaveA
Court & Call St. parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. An- with the annual June picnic this used to make"LAPPE' r.
.I 40 r.. With Two drews, Sr He has been In service year.
Lot of Your Time
Kopelousos J Vegetables45c eight months.. After the adjournment of the .
Owner Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Sparks meeting the hostesses, 'assistedby
were visiting Mr.\ and Mrs. A. 'H. Mrs. Arthur Holllday, served
Sparks near Gainesville Sunday delicious refreshments of congealed CAMPBELLS' ACCOUNTING SERVICECourt
afternoon. fruit salad potato chips
UIDON URILL Mrs. Artford Brown of Brooker crackers an"( Iced tea
is spending aeveral 1
days this
week ,with her parents Mr. and U. D. C. Celebrates30th 7? Court Street

"Eat At The Best And Forget The Resf Mrs M.;Hogan Raybin Smith.went Anniversary <)2) Box 269 Starke, "Ia. 1

t i to Lakeland) .. . _. . ,
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Wednesday u___ -, night to visit rela- With Beautiful TeaThe I
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tives. I
Mrs. Carrie Ingram spent Sun- L. A. Davis home on Madison 1-
day In Brooker visiting and attending St. was the scene of a beautiful r

SERVICES: church. tea last Friday afternoon COMING bilE ARMORY AT'STARKE' FLA.
: Miss Ida Lou Davis of FSCW when Mrs. Davis assisted by mem-
spent the week-end with her parents bers of the W.T,' Weeks Chapterof ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Da via. : the United Daughters of the
EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT She came from Tallahassee with 1 Confederacy celebrated the chap-
Lt. Evelyn Stump who spent Sun- ter's thirtieth birthday annlver.1 BIG HILL BILLY SHOW
day with her parents, Mr. and '
Mrs. P. F. Stump. sary.The spacious colonial home I .
SUNDAY SCHOOL 3 P. M. brother Mrs., E.L. Lennon G. Hemingway went Tuesday and for which any makes social activity a perfect was setting beau FEATURING FLORIDA PLAY BOYS FROtyi WMBRWith

.. to visit relatives in North Caro-
tifully decorated In a color schemeof
Everuone Invited To C a And Feel lina. Mrs. Hemingway will 'remain red and white, red roses and Uncle Ed and His Old Time Fiddle '

until her son, Johnnie who easter lilies! being used In profusion.
You Are A:: Part Of Us. was wounded In Germany and is .
now in a hospital in
Nashville Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mrs
.. Tenn.leave., la .able to come home on Hal Edwards greeted the guestsat SATURDAY MAY 5th
the door and presented themto ,
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Phillips ,
the receiving line which was I
formerly of Waycrosu, Ga, have '
Gospel Mission romnosed of the president Miss SLEEPY GIBBS
purchased a place near here and
Madge Mid I dleton Mrs. L. A.
plan to set up a business later. Singing Master of Ceremonies _
Davis, Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs. "
Assembly Of GodJUST Miss Shirley Colley of FSCWwas George Roberts and Mrs. J. M.
home the past week-end for
Brownlee.Mrs. .
her sister Frances' graduation.E. JOHNNY & LUCILE .
WEST OF B GATE, CAMP BLANDING B. Andreu of Lake City was Junius Smith and Mrs. E Sweethearts of Jacksonville Jamboree :
It. Matthews assisted In entertaining -
in Starke on business Thursday.Mrs. ..
J. A. ,BROOKS, MINISTER James Black shear is the'guests in the !living room '' ,.
while Mrs. Annie Lou Godwin Invited ,' ',,;
spending a two weeks vacation MARGARET NICHOLS
them Into the ..
with Mrs. dining room. '.' I
her sister Frank Fos-
ter In Hartford Conn. Acting as hostesses In the din- .- ',/ Four Foot Two Songs For You :, ",
Ing room were Mrs. Frank Wilson ." ', 1.
Lt. John ,A. Guy pf Princeton .1" ;* ,1
r pi 'r I University, New Jersey is visiting I 1 I Earl, Mrs.Johnson.M. F., Brown and Mrs. ;,- :I;" 1'' ',: RED & BETTY TAYLOR *-* "" ', I. ,
his brother and
NAT SEZ: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy and his Mrs. J, R. Walnwrlght and 'I.1: ,, Laugh Expert ', J
mother Mrs. J. T. Guy. of Hampton. Miss Frances Peek served punch i .
There seems to be a differenceof from the perfectly appointed tea '
J opinion as to whether.. Hitler Mrs. T. T Long and Ion Tom table. Centering the table was a MARVIN PHILLIPS ;':" 'i ., ...,

.' committed suicide or died at the of Albany Ga., came Thursday of large three tiered birthday cake The Boy 'With The Golden Voice :' t
last week to visit Mrs. F. H. decorated In red and white. Red ,> .
business end of Russian shelL "
a Long. and white carnations Interspersedwith "I'', ,,1
Personally I can't see that it_ Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Koch and lacy fern surrounded the "

makes much difference except daughter, Mrs. Paul Hudgins and cake while tall lighted red cand- ADMISSION: ADULTS $1.00, CHILDREN 50c '
that 'the Russians deserve that granddaughter returned Sunday
little pleasure after all the trouble after a visit with,their daughter I Mr. and MVs. John B. Dye of MATINEE 3 TO 5 EVENING 8 TO 10
MS. J. C. Kemp In A r cad la. 1 Fort Lauderdale are spending' the
they went to'to reach Berlin. Their son Lt. W. S. Koch was summer months at their home on

also leave from his station in Lake. have
on KIngsley They as
Mt. Home Idaho. Mrs. Kemp their guest this week their son. Two Hours of Fun for All i
returned with them to spend awhile Alfred M.: Dye, AOM :l.c. of the
here. U. S. Navy. \

S 1-c Morgan Lee Tilghman of Mrs. W. H. 'Hart and daughter ,
Oakland, Calif, spent a recent Kay, and Mrs. Edith i Mosley i
MJ leave with his family here. Brown left Wednesday for Ft.
J c Sgt. M. F. Nunnery has returned Meade, Md., where Mrs. Hart and
to his station In Columbia. Kay will spend, the summer with
( S. C. after spending part of Cpl. Hart and Mrs, Brown will :
I his 17 day furlough with his visit a month before returning H
brother and sister-in-law, Mr, and home. Se4 ;
Mrs. R. O. Nunnery. ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Nunneryand ;
Mrs. W. N. Johnson spent i-
last Friday afternoon In Gaines- p'You'JJ < f ,.t

CJJ1CHILDRENS'DRESSES) ville on business. see It ON 1
"tl Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams and first at the
young son returned Sunday from r "
Memphis Tenn., where they visit- MALT 1 1L y SOFA {1'
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l Mrs. J. H. Moselcy. Mrs. Adams 1 SHOP) : I
has been there two months and
Dr. Adams Joined her for a two IV Ladies and
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weeks' vacation. They were accompanied childrenswear
home Mr. Moseley :--.
by i iPd
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iD'LY M'L1

' PACK SIX I marching still. He gave his me

have received from reading the back Tuesday I had a lette me that freedom, justice, mercy and "
months. from Gene Goodge. He should not be des drive
during the past brotherhood
II [ : paper has been one means about his furlough home and want bow' troyed and that those he loved
VICIE V < keeping in touch with all the Starke Is now. It made me might live in the kind of world .

happenings at home and I 1 to get back home. he dreamed of." ,
every line. In our unit are "Paris Is not completely I !, -

st JAMES!' E. ROSIER SOT. JOHN GODWIN men from Starke and ''wrecked like so many places I NEW ADDRESSES 1/Ie at,1(

DOUGLAS 1IAZRN SERVES IN ITALY NOW IN FRANCK vicinity and you can rest assured Easter Sunday my buddy and. 10'"' SERVICK MEN ,
RECEIVF.iI'WINGiI! Pfc. James K.: Router, son of Word is received the Telegraph makes the went to services In a catholicChurch. Cpl. Percy Waters Btry.. A, 28thF.

Robert Douglas Hazen. 19 son of Mr and Mrs. J. 1 K.! Rosier of Sgt John Godwin ( complete round of the men be It was a nice church A. Bn., APO 8, N. Y., N. Y. sins
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Iluzen Lawtey, Is a repairman with the where in France. He It is destroyed. Thank you but of course we couldn't understand Pfc. Herschel Waters, Co. A, our
wan graduated from the in the States I and for all the service." N. Y, N. Y.
Brooker, Col- 1338th Engineer Combat Group years for the paper the 350( Inf., APO 88,
.l fi t aviation cadet school at the(Miss.) currently maintaining 67 miles of I !::allt hours it has helped me to His address is: Owen W Me- Pvt. Louie Waters,. Co. B, 18! .
umbua, ,, 628,
___._ Air Field Vital highway that serves the pass. Rae, BM 2-c, C.B.M.U. Bn. ARTC, 4th Baton, Ft. Knox, ya
f ta Y -He Fifth Army front in Italy Other Cpl. Ricks is a member of the care FPO, N. Y., N. Y.
, on April of this Include work- 74th F. A Bn., and sent several Ky.Pvt.
-! received I the duties group lery C. C. Thomas/ Sq. M, 3702
I wings of a Fly- ing a huge rock quarry, dispatching 372nd copies of the "Greasewood Gaz- HOWARD CONNER AAF BU, Buckley Field, Colorado ;
\ and men to the front to mark off ette", a mimeograph newspaper AT D.YTONF.CII V Qgvf.
ling Officer limits of minefields and maintaining Bn. the men of this organization Pvt. Howard A. Conner, son ot .
.1 his com mission when ot Wllkerson, Sqdn.
: generators. rewssheet G. C. Conner T-Sgt. Lloyd
100-kllowatt first
lieutenant three publish. It is the Mr. and Mrs
as a second at the AAF BU, Frederick, .
fits arrived 2520
Ger A,
In the Its kind to be printed on Starke, recently
?h, I Air Forces. RAYMOND HALL ,bilized, soil. In one Issue we note Welch Convalescent Hospital at Okla.
v k j Army ON LKAVK I!Elm: iranst that'''Cpl. Ricks was listed as one Daytona Beach after serving thre Cpl. J. J. Ricks, Hq. Btry., 941
Lt. Hazen en- Geo. Raymond Hall, Aviation I the six men on the "Honor Roll" I months In the European Theatre, FA Bn. APO 230( NY; NY
k tered pilot trainIng Ordnance Man 3-c, Is spending a __un the notation that "Men on where he was awarded the Pur- A-C Geo. Flynn, Branch 6

? In May 1943 leave here with I cal duty 24 hours a day, every day pie Heart for wounds received ir KAAF Hondo, Texas.

and attended g nm parents, 81r. and stationed at the month, 'seldom at ease long combat. A. W. Swanbom, AMM 1-c Day

f I flying schools at and Mrs. John Ala., and later at enough to relax are those men Engineers, ,NAS, Daytona Beach,,
Ij i Hall. He is stat Miss. the Agents. They are on CHAPLAIN DESCRIBES .

1r+7 .. j Dec a t u r Ala., f Honed on one of Sgt. Godwin was road continually, getting thenecessary I BUCK CRAWFORD'S DEATH Fla.Pvt.. W. Wilkerson, Co. A. "Ours is an old car, on);|

1, 1 and Montgomery, i the largest aircraft the first of this year distribution to all bat- Miss Agnes Crawford of Lake 2 Bn., 1st Regt. Camp Gordon, faking the best care of
e He IH a graduate of BUS car rlers England. He is now as well as doing any one Butler has received a consoling Ga. "
t Ala.. attended the Univernlty of and his job Is to awaiting orders. The the million odd jobs that arise letter from Capt. Newton G. Cos know how.

and before enlisting. help load bombs in part, Is a recent We commend these men by. Chaplain of the 327th Glider
..rc, Florida Hazen has burn enjoyinga and guns Rayr 'I' received by his mother, for their untiring effort Infantry, giving details of the t WI S
brief furlough with his parents mond entered F. Godwin: ability to complete any mis death of her brother, Sgt. Seebet
a Brooker before leaving the the Navy 22 I April enjoyment'I that may be asked of them." Crawford.
first of the week, for his new months ago and, Dear Mom: Ricks was #listed as one of "Buck", as he was familiarly

station at Truax Field, Wiscon took his tralnlneraneae I. Heard the shocking six Agents: known, was'formerly employed at
i >President's death at 7 local John H. Denmark Fur
rt sin. at Pensacola and in Oklahoma.He ; His address Is: Cpl. Jesse J.Zicks the
tIh' has been on duty in the Atlantic : ing and when we told Hq. Btry. 941st F. A. Bn., niture Co. and had many friends

Ai a BRUCE MrCALL and South America. the ,other" fellows' tiny .230, care PM, N. Y., N. Y. here who will be interested In the ., a
ON IWO JIMAAnother believe it I, following' excerpts from the Chap-

r'' Bradford Countlan on I'VT. L. MOSELEY if I have lost a very ( I'L. RALPH PARLEY Iain's letter: << '
, >
Jima was Bruce and I know that the IN ENGLANDCpl. "About 6 o'clock Christmas
f 3-c, who wrote friend. launched a s xn,
Mate has lost a Ralph J. Darley whose morning the Germans
of Mrs.
p { +' W. McCall, L. E. Moseley, son'
k his mother, Mrs. J. stating Edith Moseley Brown of Starke, The weather has MVs. Hattie Darley, lives at large scale attack against out
@ Starke, 'on Feb. 24 here arrived at a position which was Just three
Rt. 1, landed Is now In a hospital somewhere In come so warm Lawtey,. recently
lyi that he miles southwest of Bastogne, EXPERTWORKMANSHIP ,.
__ n...? island a. England. He was serving as head cided last night to .' Strategic.Air Force Station > ?
on i c "long handles". Have for a brief orientation Bell um. Sev e r a 1 tanks went 1
hours scout for his platoon In an infantry n England "Goodness knows, we
bout division In Germany when naked all day. to help him adjust himself through our position, but the men
after H hour will firm and began firing on get a new car for 21 e
frozen feet made It necessary Sent you a bottle of o life In a combat zone. He stayed
things hot around were for him to retire from combat In the other day. I can't transfer to his permanent the enemy infantry that followed years after V-Day.AndJ

plenty here. I don't, February. Mis present address thing about the brands, station. Prior to entering thefir the tank Seeber was hit tirIng by my Jim away, the carp)
i think I have ever ', is: Pvt. I* E. Moseley, Co. C, to rely on the ( Force he was employed at small arms fire while he was ALL WORKGUARANTEED d "
F J been ao scared In U. S. Army Hosp. 4161. APO Hope you like it. the< St. Johns Shipbuilding Co. in'acksonville. at the enemy and he died problem.
burled In an
He was
208, New Will stop for this Instantly. -
when my life I as hit I was the York write soon again. Do American Cemetery In France and

beach and found LT. CARLISLE STATIONEDAT Say hello to all my OWEN McRAE SEESLIGHTS a reverent funeral service was ar

that they were CARLSBAD, N. M. s OF PARIS onducted- by a Protestant Chap- YOU CAN ENTRUST YOUR

1st Lt. Al Kay Carlisle son of His present : Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae re- lain, FINEST, WATCH TO OUR
< : firing all around! Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Carlisle of John M. Godwin, Hq. :ently received an interesting let- "You can be proud of Seeber's CARE

r g, f us a n d mortalshells ' Starke, has reported for duty at Chem: Mortar Bn., :er from their son, Owen, decribing ourage: and grateful because othis

were dropping too close the Carlsbad (New Mexico) Army N. Y., N. Y, a visit to Paris strong manhood and the good :*,!!, i
t for comfort." I Air Field. He recently returned "Well, I'm gtlll In Le Havre, Influence that he exerted among The

{ On March 3 he wrote that he I from the European Theatre wherehe 'PL. JESSE RICKS working every day, eating andleaping his fellow soldiers. It was because ;
J f had attended. his first movie or served with the 8th Air Force, WRITES FROM .: ," he wrote "Two days of men of Seeber'a courage
4 "r Iwo and while there met Enc flying 30( combat missions and Heading his letter I got back from Paris. Ipent hat; we were able to hold Bas- STAG. 3Fi 4'a s

' Hayes, son of Mr. and Mrs E. W, earning the Distinguished Flying In the Rhineland", Cpl. three days there, stayed at :ogne and to stop the German

N yl Hayea of Starke. They enjoyed( Cross and the Air Medal with Ricks, under date of Red Cross building saw all Irlve. Carter Bldg. Starke
a ; long talk about home. three oak leaf clusters.Lt. writes that, "It is he principal sights of interest "We don't think of Seeber's life ,

early In April McCall wrote;: Carlisle was commissioned Into words how ,much' really enjoyed it. When I as ended. We know that he Is .
',' "It has been pretty quiet here on May 8, 1943 upon completionof --- "My Gulf man has bee!!
cadet training at Vlctorville,
? .'t' since the Island was secured except Calif. His wife is' the former ,1q big help. Regularly he;

: for occasional suicide attacks Jewell David of Campbellton. Fin., j s the car Gulfpride'oGulflex.Hesaysthat'lt
''s which soon end with all the ,.rf
dead and only a few casualties + (
Nips/ W. C. HAIIDEE CITI'.D: i ,
'w / among our troops" II*.' FOR HAVING CHILDREN f U 4r 'J, \ t it running a long time))
5 stated that lie had spent a few Pie William C. Hardee, whose t i

y days on the front with an Jnfuntry; wife and two small daughters live ,; astr m,

,company which he described on at Highland, has been awarded x s < s
the worst duty a medical corps the Navy and Marine: Corps ., ev. j.t. .. LRY

ii man could have. "There Isn't Medal for risking his life to save .%, ."' > I, r
much to do now," he wrote, "and two small children who were' ' < .. ..
r we're waiting for the day to come thrown from, a cliff into the AA)*'.'."!! '' r
p' when they'll move us to a rest ocean by a Jap- P r : "''11"': ,,,:,j{ 1>' ,

4 camp." civilian .' r,4a; :, 4
!;" The Telegraph has also reclved I during the Invasion p #NiJlfb: ;;;;
;' y :' a letter .from McCall in which he of Saipan i '\<,:'It1s>,, 1;<

tit describes the great value of blood i last'July.. ,< ''!..i. :t.p"i.
'' ,, plasma to wounded men. "Whileon' The citation I << '1i-/. $'
>' j\,;;, <
Iwo I saw many lives saved accomp a n y i n g ,.,,;> <, f .
is x , by medical attention and I know the award stared "'" .. ''.''Jt:1 .t!: '
_ '
.tye _' ; >
that many people back In the <, : .
: 't'-if.
: r, States and some In Starke can ::3. ." ,' ", ",>!< '55'-

""aJ' take credit for It as blood plasma, "For heroism on 'Y ;; 411 "I 1 may be a woman. Bull
F Salpan, July 11, > \ :
; : :
made from the blood donated by 1944. Pfc. W. C. '>' ;; $ 1i know that a car needs
the people of America to the Red """". '" . ., "'S..10 -.f. : ;
I Hardee, 'w h II l< -,' TW',a man that t know.and ha! fleet\ aeor you, finest lubrication oval"
W Cross, saved the lives of many '
serving in a security detachment :*. ***'
boys If the people could only for a group ot engineers, improv v In a town tolled'Ev* ::1.S'itJfP- *; .: Well, I'm seeing to it M l
pN realize how much plasma means '', % "*i* *'Ato ' ' '',
i < V tobt
< Ssi?
ing a road the front lines, it I lit's got
near car gets
+;i to a wounded. man, I know that i You might not think ".s a man from hit hat! ?" '.
saw a Japanese civilian throw h
"" when Jim comesGULFPRID
more would donate, Mc- ning
four children from Or he elothei' tie chanc to ' -'Y' '
'i, a cliff into may wear, <- >
Call wrote. '
the Hardee |
ocean. unhesitatingly
''uM1t( "We have been back in a rest and with complete disregard JM 4 S "A} I N But under th. jacket|,; with many a patch :xl ,-<.*". !
l\. .
for several weeks and It Is > t
Y''. y camp for his own life, jumped from, a U a heart more precious than gold- '',
Ix good. to relax again after 37 days ;,.
nearby cliff into the ocean. Courageously '
( h' 15 ,t on a Hell hole like Iwo. I received struggling: In the Tough ;: : The heart of amon'neath the tool of a boy, !' FOR YOUR MOIOI

all the back copies of the sea, and In constant danger of being I' An oil that's TOUGH
\ # t, A man who 11,tw olv. yean ofd.t ;\: *>;, ];
4\ Telegraph that I missed ash ,
,. dashed against; the cliff, he e capital letters . proles
;, 'C l the Invasion and enjoyed catchingup brought. two of the children to ,\, if .. : ', carbon and sIud

on the home town news especially safety. His outstandingly courageous t S; W never "may know what the future will make:) J..1': I against
,kth the Service Parade and w
? conduct t In saving the
1 \ Of the boyi that w. car Usly ml'e' **
r t Carolyn Callstreet. lives of two small children In A .a ."" '-;,;'i '.jt ; .v,: GULFLEXFOR

t "I have been with the Marines spite of the danger: to himself i 'a&& c ',Far many a !al.iman"It now at tch?al. ", ,j.a j.
,; : r't' now for almost a year and ama were In keeping with the. highest ,. CHASSIS
a tl( 1 convinced that they are the best traditions of the United States c f And pr ld nts ptay'' in th* stre.t.f : l YOUR
'; fighters In tho world There Isn't Naval Service. Knocks out friction oli"I
the hand tfwt ti t 6vey; with playthings >
d" ea r 'l' now'f'/jjp.: ,
a single coward In the entire Hardee enlisted In the Marine '- (' ( to 39 vital chassis poidII|

' s.r i corps. Don't get me wrong-I am I Corps In August 1942 and trained sA' l' .The"" nine. of power; will.I hold ;": ... Protection pju j l

I n J still Navy at heart and will be : at Parris Island, S. C., New River, So I take off my hat and gladly salute '\,
back ,
glad to the
l'R ; get Navy N. C., and Oceanside, Calif., before -, ''
life after I've finished my job v going overseas In November Thli man who" U tw.rv years old. :is t' I Ie'
with the ,
Marines i 1943. He has participated In sew < 1 ",'
i "I wUl not waste time Mean .c :
trying eral'major battles, Including Salpan
rt to tell you what Iwo was really and Iwo Jima and has come kofi' \. ; f'

like, for unless a person goes through without a scratch. He ,
8aaypp fl through It he will never know is the son of Mrs. James Cox of ltarlnSmily'I;;; ,

u'f4" how awful it was. I hope no Tampa and grandson of. the late -. : x.
"g American fighting man has to go Frank M. Crews of Highland. tt" I!

, through a battle ever again as In a letter to the-Telegraph, .,< .,.",'Y. ( :', >.,
. emu
brutal as Iwo" written on April 11, Pfc. Hardee "J 4'" I
s rM :, Since receiving these letters. stated: "When we arrived at our i"J- r. : :h'.4-lit: j:
Mrs.. McCall has been notified rest base from Iwo Jlma I had a ; I p'
t' d that her son was slightly wounded stack of Telegraphs to read andI ''I !.<' J %,t f/Je
e l l In action. His address is: J. B, really enjoyed( them. You don't -

McCall Phm 3-c, H. A S. Co., 5th know how Interested we are over fir

,fiy s Pioneer Bn., 5th Marine Div., here In the little every day thingsthe As the Delegates convene at San Francisco
r a F.M.F., care FPO, 'San Francisco, folks back home are doing. "
:' Calif. I especially enjoy Uncle Joe's ',.. 01

9l Jaw. I used to like to hear him yopt
it fi PVT. OAHCIA AWARDED talk when I was going to schoolat . the prayers of all people, regardless of race, color or creed join in one
,: BADGE Lawtey.
,),y 4t.& Pvt. Rene Garcia whose wife, His address Is: Pfc. W C. mighty chorus in the hope that guidance and wisdom shall be bestowed upon tto

r i Mrs. Mellle Silcox Garcia, la stayIng Hardee, Co. A, 4th Pioneer Bn.,

at present with relatives here, 4th Marine Div. FMF, care FPO the delegates at the Conference so that with foresight and tolerance a righteousand
has been awarded the Combat San Francisco, Calif.

Infantry Badge for action In Germany t enduring peace shall be established for the generations that follo-' A '
b' H is
i .a rifleman with

;;4{ ,, 3v q,', Co. the D, 291st service Inf., Pvt.Before Garcia enterIng and- $j > ""WITH WAR BONDS "' Buy War Corf

his wife lived In Tampa. I o ENE R A. L.. C'A B L _E C 0. R- -P -V -.K- g .j -.. Q .h ofi ,.


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flee, effective April so. . . . . . . j
Adkins Resigns Mr. Adkina has been connected I Featured In "Naughty Marietta Christian ChurchRev. GIRL SCOUT NEWSThe
ttorneyent with the Area Rent Office for C1ayHi11 .
I the Gainesyllle-Starke Defense Wm. O. Smedley, poatorof Girl Scouts held their
Office '' .''''''''' '- -' reg- ,
Rental Area since the By Pvt. !' ,. )
opening of Hargraa 1i 1\ the"First Christian Church has ular meeting Wednesday after I
IMrec- the office on August 1, 1942. Mr. Maxwell: Flel.1 Ala. r': noon.
Coffey, District Coffey stated "It has been a . . e . . e . ; : '..,.,'' announced his subject for Sunday The following members received A
Office of Price Ad- pleasure to work with Mr. Ad- i:> morning at 11 o'clock as
I '
i announced today kJna. and I want to take this op- Just a year ago school was 1'1.,. ,.;;;. . r 1. "An Interview With Moses.. Ser- merit badges: Marian McRae, f

Adkins, portunity to thank him for his out at, Clay Hill. I will soon vices will also: be held Sunday Helen Whltfleld, Peggy Caldwell, t
of J. C. very splendid cooperation In the complete my first year In the evening at 8 p. m. Everyone is Geraldine and Shirley Shaw, Idell
Attorney In the past. invited Landrum and Vivian McRae. ,
nt I service. I am well strong and .,
Mr. further
Rent Of- Coffey stated "That
Area -- -- ---
-Starke happy' .I'rvln"g In the medic.ft'.. d e., t ',f
MMOT MMtm partment where at this time we

Old Sarge's Place are needed most. Monday I start 1
In teaching a soldier to read and 1r'
write, and I hope to have a large

tRKE'S ,ORIGINAL class before the war Is done. '

Have had a nice lot of letters w w, "1J I Ii
IlanM Y recently from my school childrenat _
Clay Hill. The little Osteen
girls. Hazel and Ella Mae, write i )
u.od u.
TORE sweetly. George and Mildred ''I
Sculley are enjoying their pet ..5 v #* ,
/ rabbits Hazel Johns' parents have!! A' !
Authorized moved to Mid' dleburg. Luella ,',
Austin Is going to church every ,
) The 'War Department night to a protracted meeting. a ,,

y Hazel Mo'sley writes that her t Restaurant HourS: Except: :t Daily
brothers Earl and Clarence Mos i.,.. Tuesday
OperatedBy ley have joined the Navy. Clara ,
Ex-Soldier Mae Eunice, Clay Hill teacher, Is 4 '1
an married and Is now Mrs Aubrey I
Lane of Deland. Her sister is .'1Pdt
teaching In her place. Virginia ; This YearMOTHERS' ,
HEADQUARTERSOR Williamson Is living in Jackson- ; S + M
ville and is going to school there. N
ALL Elmer Austin is In France
NOVELTIES and JEWELRY Ancil Carter is still in the South- Irene Lopez, featured dancer In the American Clvlo Opera company r
production of the Immortal Victor Herbert\ musical gem, Means More Than Ever Before
west Pacific. Bernice Conway, a i
Naughty Afarirtta, which will be presented'! l In the University t tf
former teacher with me, is nowa
torium at Gainesville Monday night. May 14. Miss Lopez AUdl-1
Suslew'sArmy Wac in the Medical Corps stationed first dancing laurel. In New York's Radio City inunlo halL I
en at Walla Walla. Wash. !,
Miss Crews lives in Jacksonvilleand I
ing to their home in Chattanooga.
Is working at the Naval Air "Naughty Marietta", f
Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall and
Store Base. Thus has
[ time scattered us Beloved Musical '
all, but we shall never forget Miss Lucille Crosby attended the
Clay Hill and all the folks back At U. of F. May 14 Fellowship meeting In .Lakeland,
r E. Call Street Starke, Fla. home we love. Friday night. V 1 I4.
Once In a blue'moon, a real Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McRae
Mrs. Mabel Parrish and chil- 1j
"In-the-flesh" stage prod uctlon attended the dedication services j
dren are guests of Mrs.. Daisy
of the New River Christian
Lang. comes to Florida. It is such an
Church Sunday. ,
God bless all of you. Some occasion that marks the appear- 4 ,
\tee AI eAt day I hope to be with you again. B. M. McRae made a business 4'
ance In the University of Flor- trip to Jacksonville Monday. "rr

ida auditorium at Gainesville We are all thankful for the \
Center Bar" Recent Births yppu'{
nding Monday night, May 14, when the rain which fell last week and a,
To Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Haus- American Civic Opera companywill this week. It was certainly need- (
ton Starke, son born April 20. present the Victor Herbert ed. S '
To Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Degol- musical gem Naughty Marietta. Remember the services at Pine
teiteerloa yer, son born April 21. Concluding a year-long tour of Level each Sunday morning and
6'1oj a D.tat : D.t\ To Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dunn, leading Ame r I can cities the evening. No Matter 'Where You Are No Mat.

beep Jr., Starke, son born April 22. Naughty Marietta production is ter How Far From Home-Remember .

1\ 4' o, Ye1a ao ra.\ob" the reason for the resignation of and playing arrangements a few key were southern completedby cities Buys Theressa Farm Mother 'With a Suitable Gift on Sun

\\0\1. tla Adkins is that he may resume the the music and lyceum depart- W. C. Gorham of St. Petersburg day, May 13.
Die' private practice of law since his ment of the University to bring recently bought a 23 acre farm
I son, J. C. Adklns, Jr., was In- the Immortal Her bert musicale from Mrs. Ruth Walker In The-
ducted Into the Armed Forces of here to climax a brilliant programof ressa and I la arriving soon to live OVER 6000 GIFTS TO SELECT FROMWONDER
the United States." concert attractions. on the place.

Forty-five people'are carried In
4 the cast, including a large of-
l ACtlO I 1 cheatra. Naughty.Marietta ia not
- an opera but !&; musical comedy
wherein the fine music from the 6Proprietor II
pen of Victor Herbert is handledby
brilliant opera and concert
artists who also handle the fine !
IANINGC' comedy roles. The setting of the AIrs. Bessie Davis ,

:; rN T E V B /t I:? I show during Is Its In romantic early days New under Orleans: the SHOP :

French King. It Is colorful, brilliant
and designed to attract the- I
J 50c atre-goers in particular and music : 1
appreclatlonlHts as a whole. j
Out of town mail orders for
I Carpenter's' Drug Store tickets are being bandied at

-... Wise's Drug store In downtown
Gainesville and student ticketsare
available through the Florida LET US CHECK THROUGH THESE PORTALS
Union' desk at the University.

I : l
Pine LevelBy NOW EARTH,

__ and are looking for '
1\ln. II. M. McRae
. . . . . ,
the right things at the ,....:
Sunday services were well at- ...,...
i tended at Pine Level Church with .

right prices evening Pvt. 8. message.Marshall bringing the Charley E. Johns 'n 1 1J

Ardella and Ralph Hall 1 of
Jacksonville are vis I tin i g their Agency
VISITHAFKIN'S, grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. H. Phone IS 8TARKJC, FLA.
M. McRae and aunt and uncle \
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae. . J)
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Myrick and .. "
daughter Jo Ann of Jacksonvilleare ...,... lI I
visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Rpr. Mntlna THE TRAVELERS.Hartford riiiiii ; \ j jf
McRae and family before return-
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"The Store All Soldiers Know"JEWELRYUNIFORMSGIFTS TOP The Evening: I i hill'' iti'aijtit 'II I.

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bets.' a O..e, ': 1
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otin nicconu mow ; TWO e1ILEIOYSOLID
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Made from fresh >M PI'UCIIA' ":" IX /

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Jotheuiiit ? --The Swift's--- very Premium finest-- HOT- -- -DOGS. $ 4, 1;,I I I

ORANGEADE Made Florida from fruit pare ;: i

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t tll Gifts ,Wrapped and Mailed, If DesIred. I DAVIS SANDWICH AT BLANDING BUS STATION '::1.',. 1

Complete Line of Greeting Cards For All SHOPi I hlk

124 WEST CALL 6T EET i k
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., FRIDAY, ltL\y

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I I.- . a a . . a . Mattie Hlghtower in Lawtey. And They Called It A "Dud" I Winsome Class .,. 1 IIII"V'-HAROLD C. WALL JOS. E WIX-
Mrs James Swindell and son Plans
1" } _ BRANCH'
I-. .- Theressa have returned homo after spending t'( The Winsome Class of the Baptist EVRY 011'H.
a week In Lake ilthe annex
By Ml** Itla Hasan; and Mrs Donald B. Church met their U R A N C
I . . . Thursday April 26, for I N E
Kent left Thursday to upend a monthly meeting. The group;

) Mrs Mae W Deeae Kenney IS day furlough with Sjt Kent's opened with their class hymn and

Thomas and Mrs. C A. Beck parents in Rome, New York a prayer led by Rev. L. D. Haiaes.
S 2-c B. F. GeIger of Sanford the subject of the C. WALL
J. C. Sharpe Charity was
i visited Mr. and visited his mother, Mrs Delaney by Mrs. James .
devotional given
( and family of MMiJIeburgr Sunday. Dickinson Tuesday night and

Mr. and Mrs John Jordan and VVeilnemlay. Lewis. Wednesday afternoon AGENCY

'rk5, daughters of Alachua visited. Mrs Pvt. and Mrs Merle L.. Pack. The of second the month was set aside r
tJ. ham have retu r n e d to Camp ::- aP
last week membersand 50 Years
S. R. Swindell for visiting prospective Constant Service Over

Mrs. Arthur Milllkea and I children time Rucker with, Ala.their, after parents.spending Mr; some and : "fiF-1 for welcoming the many new =

;I of Ocala) visited Mr. and Mrs. members.An .
Mrs. W. W Packham and Mr. r dfy delivered O Please Phone 146CLASSIFIES
Sunday was
A. L. Sullivan and Mrs. Clyde Hall. # inspiring message

Lea Britt of Ralford visited Miss Hazel Packham of Jack. by Rev. Kaines, using as

the Thomas family last week Ronvlllol ,and S 1-c L. W. Van his text, "Our striving toward t a - -
Hampton r
"" of yr 'win some' more
Ruth Hornsby high goal as we
week with Kpps: of Cecil Field spent Friday ADS
pent several days last with 'Hazel's parents, Mr. and to Christ"During
Ruth SibleyCrace Dickinson and Packham.Mr the fellowship hour
Mrs. WyW.} delicious 5 -- gray REWARD-for retort i7 ,
other friend S meeting I
: and11 Mrs. Jack Jarrell and which followed the Rrahmntrcropklnerright.:: : : upper Jewel Ruby Series WalthSm? '
Hilda Griffith and children were servedby watch No hand. JH
MrS. of Jacksonville spent the refreshments In left. One yellow Guernsey and n,
children square m
} of Miami are visiting herr the hostess, Mr Clara Proc sharp hdrns, branded but ring. Name lluth n dial! I In, .'
Jarrell's "
i woek-cnd with Mrs. parents calf of Waltham. Hcturi
Mrs. A L. Sullivan not plain. has or will have 'I j knt;
parent, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pack- # tor. soon One red and white largecalf K. Morse, Box 725 Shirk ,j
this week mark or brands. All
ham. notify FOR IENT-5 room h .
In earn nee
II We are m>rry to report that Weiner RoastA Millard have tags Judd or Hudolph Brown. nlHhed. 8 miles fruit na'n, ""I r

yk a *'1'8. A L.. Sullivan la on the nick Memorial Day tf quire 8tluk.No..el'. Cafe """'PI, An

Il Hat this week. weiner roast and swimming; I
the Observed Sunday at the home I LOST A HORSE Irlaaa face dark HELP \VANTED-YulIlIl ,
ri Mrs. Alice: party was! enjoyed bay scars on left hind lea Reward It-rested In learning naa I
: week-end with her sister, Mrs I 4) of Mr. and Mrs. Broward Strick of S25; notify C. H Harper, Work In the evenings. lllml \
II Memorial Day exercises were. land Thursday evening of last Box 481. Rte a, Atlantic Oaraore.KlngMI..y learningBe IMwarrt earner T 8h:

v IX t'OPN''Y.rnutrr...'ronnl'.cmlll: %' miiit II (.II.OJ/IJ..\.J i observed by the W. T. Weeks week. Present were Don. Brow rilnndlna Lake Road.Highway 48Camp ti 500 block W. Lnfayeti! si :j I

ry i Y \. Chapter of the U'tr.C., at Crosby ard; Jr., and Gene Stiickland HELP WANT..;D.SPamstne. r. ,
Itnth Plaintiff VH ed Anderson
Jenkins, Tailor iJ
Johnson Moser Many b'hup
Bobby I
CIIMU Callle Moser
Jenkins Lake Cemetery sunday'atternoon.Due Mrl aroundthe
\Vllllam/ breaking up
No. I 7&LOIl1Elt to the Inclement weather, Bobby Clayton Tommie Downing, things house are these day that you MATTRESSES! :! of all kind, r;
ftf prHLI.'ATIO\ vat..eI; furniture
lc NOTICE TO Al'l'KAtt: for the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs E. D. Terrtey. Joan i would replace tf you could get refinished Drop upholBtereilT3
the us
r+ AND speaker :_ This Is Impossible, but a at
to; Sgl. __ of KingsleyVillage ; them. HASTINGS
C William HTATK. Jenkins OK FLOIUItA whose address. Is, Judge E. K. Perryman, was unable # and Sonny Tenley and Helen maybe I can fix It.Office." Ask for tf 230, Fla. CO'

11581061, 1:0.: "A" 1152 Knitlneerlii-! to. give his address. _ _ _ and Bobby Frank at Telegraph
y Combat 4n.. A I'd. tG&) % foxi- Haines of Starke. FOR BALK--Lakefront Ion
d le I
Seventy-eight were block apartment
New YOI'k.a graves 'SALE-Concrete
master New York FOR home or camp. On Luke n...
:n You re<'uired to appear 111:3 la the customary manner house, 8 apartment. Income lyn or Santa Fe Luke. p J Jalrath
June 4, 1B45, In the above late y. Breakfast $203 per month. Cheap for \% Keystone Helghli,;
and flowers In the tf
Court and cauxn, wherein Dlutnllff with flags May cash.: Phone 94. 1.\1
I son UK annulment, an Bradford County At Woman's SALE-Trapnestad white leghorn
maiden name. FOR BALE: -8 room house
Telenraph shall p..>>il..h this Order I Those participating in the observance pullets, 7 month old. LaY. just north of city limit and t
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1-- cost40u
I In next four weekly Ismies.Witness .official were Misa Madge Mid- 'fm.rFT\ f-.r : Woman's Club will have a Ing 70%. These chicken old 13 Hot and 'cold water J>
hand and each when one day
my ( Half half .
I cash terms
seal at Htark"' Florida| this May dleton. president of the chapter, May Breakfast Wednesday May; Have 1,000 for sale Rain. Poul "Nick" .t> Nick': AHk I
9. /1940. Mr. and -. -.-- .. ,....., ., .. ., -,. -_ try Farm, Old Thomas Place. TralfcrMl
K. ; -' -. ''''''' ' .n "co. > m
I Mra E Perryman "" '' ;; The members :
(OFFICIAL. 8PAL: )) A..J.: Thomas, ", ; 9 in the club building. 5.U 4tt>
1 'i1 Hald. Court Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs. W. E. ... Woman's Club ,
1 An Clerk of >I " I SUrke.{ 1 n
J'O&hdr6M Individually
..r Hon. T. ), SPENCER SUPPORTS .. .
MiddietonI :t i black male cat,
hlleon .,
t y ,' )1'1a. ****, fur.., tit., ant n..11.4 '4t .,i..i.:_ (.' .'.- :., : are invited. will. designed Mrs Bertha Pearce 784tp 305 cheat. Answers lIto" nam.t
S I i <, t.- Guests for this occasion West Madison St. Rufus. ComtminlcRte with H.B. .

V r @' ha' /, be State President, Mrs. J. L.. HELP WANTED Experienced. Norden, D25 Airier St. Jwonvlllaj ,

I '. r'.: Gray and Mrs A. W. Bloodworth bookkeeper. male or. female. 6, Fla. I INOTICI.Arthur
r 211DUTIES ,. ;' ; ;; % Phone 62, Box 296, Starke, It
: Lee,
I < . of Lake City. colored. M
'' 6 e conscientiously performed with mod- I ""' Putt SALE:-Hough lumber' of all tey, has obtained Ikenit V
,:;/ dimensions. L. A. Brown Jr. 692 from the Bureau if Pit
esty of expense and no lessening'of ; ,. > .. Mrs. G. W. Lamar of Quincy; Health Nursing: and Is quid
"i' ( : Mrs. J. M. and licensed to practlrn tit,
ht her
Service have won for us an enduring ... ( 'i. -" is visiting Brooker,1R00MS wlfery In the state of Fluid.

'' ', tl regard in the communities which we /.'' :, :;.1'., Mitchell.IN !

serve. '''> : '' ''X4"i 't -:;" ('InCI'i'r'GIRT niltllKORDCOI'MTV WANTED: -Movie camera: and,
1 > '!i..... .; F..OIUIJ.c"A/ ' FURNISHED jector. Must be In flrxt d.
rh '',' (''':"' ALL condition. Phone 49J Starkt a
r: ; Rilnii. Newman Ray, Plaintiff, VB. -
Olll Ray Defendant. Case No. i FOR SALE-4 room house IN. I
378, I BOOK A BOOM AHEAD acres,' 6H miles North of Sim
PUBLICATION: (SaxtonOrockett:: : Slmmoni
Ollle Kay A.M.N. 2044 930. who,* FOR RENT-Two furnished isr
S address Is!. : Htry. "U",_ 309 F.A., Gas Heat In Each Room rnenta, 3H> miles out on 8u
Funeral Director t a.4aam5s APO 78 %' Postmaster, New York, Farm Road. House wired I t
electricity. T. C. Crawforl
New York.
STARK PHONE 7 You .are required to appear on LARRY'S PLACE 4.n a
In the above names '
June 4, U45.
wherein plaintiff LOST-Black Angus. male bli.
Our local funeral home enables us to Court.seeks and divorce cause and restoration. of KINGSLEY LAKE headed 2'At' yr.. old, unrmrM
offer conveniences and services not P a maiden na m e. Bradford County 'I unbranded. Reward' If noiiM.
otherwise available. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn 1000 Feet From B Gate E. L. Kelly, Ute. 2, Luke BmH
next four weekly IHHUCB.
Witness my hand. and official .
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.4rd Florida, this May
) I Heal at Burke:
,Sb 2-1 ll OFFICIAL J. Thomas,
SURE IT'LL 1)0i i rr AH Clerk nf said Lbou\: ,
I is Hon. T. Prank andrum, flt..rk..z
9'R Fla Atty for Pit. 6-4 4t 5-27: II

i FOR ANOTHER 'AR J R IN niinir coinr iiit \IIFOIIIIrni ,

v'I'1', FLOIIIUIIN..- ..Sjs
('''::11'Myron -.
h 10'", 'hM. Plalntlft) v.... lash I
FuchH Defendant. Can No. S753.ounra "
.,. ruche, whose residence lit l 210 Beach
_ >!' "--'i ; 'W# .x"1." "';" ";'" '--io'( Walk. Honolulu. T. )1.
You are required, to appear on
\ The above* pictured graphically Illustrate the great menace .Tune 4, 10-15 In the above named
. I > Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
:: of tho no-called souvenirs or duds thai find their\ way from seeks divorce. Bradford County

Camp ISlanding ranged Into the homes of civilian and Army Teleurnph next' four.shall. > weekly publish IssueVltnett this*. OrderIn

1 famlllee In Starke and other nearby communities.One \ my hand and official
1 1n seal at Stnrke, Florida, this May
11 .t' .. such "souvenir" Lt l the 10 -mrn. howitzer shell to whicha 2 i, 1945. i
I p1 charge la being sot In the top picture by Leon P. Sweat, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
< said Court.
A* Clerk of
Ordnance Demolition Officer who has been assigned to collect Hon. T. Frank Landrum Stark. '

\ and dispose of the 'projectiles! now held'In private? homes. Thescene Fla. -Atty. for _Pit. 8-4 4t 5.31IV I
. below shows Sweat standing la the hole made by the 1 cmcriT COURT MIIAUKORDCOlNTV You Safeguard Roth Your Aflpeartuico and
exploded "dud". Just Imagine what tills same little "souvenir"might '. Your Clothes When You Send Them to Va

I F" Ypu'Ii ,be surprised at how good that old suit'will have done to your home and loved ones.Projectile Rllla William K. Llghtfoot Mehtfoot, ,Defendant.Plaintiff Case v*. I, For Cleanln*;. Our Method Restore Color -

h: ' I look'If'you dig it out of moth balls and *) and projectile fragments are removed from the No. 3087 and Life to Fabrics' --< Lengthen the

1 let us spruce it up for you. Then instead of.?. ranges by GI. and civilian, or by adventurous children, despite ORDER NOTICE OP PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR ; Life of The Garment
t regulations forbidding and despite the serious danger to life STATE OF FLORIDA to: RlllaE '

buying that new suit you have been thinking and property. The average soldier Is as unable as' the average 1358 LlRhtfoot Del mar Street whose St.residence Louis Misourl. Is- I

I about, invest the money you save in Bonds civilian to determine whether' the' souvenirs are '"'''e''. : You. are required to appear on''

Anyone who bus such objects In his home should call MTs June 4. 1945 In the above named'
tY4 during the 7th War Loan. Court and cause. wherein plaintiff ROBT. 315Temple
; In Starke or at camp to arrange an appointment for the demolition .seeka, divorce Bradford County

,. h r.u. officer to call for and carry away the projectile Telegraph shall publish thin OrderIn 9lett-
'fit next four weekly issues.Witness GREEN,,
. Itr Persons. who have .uf'h objects are warned against trying to,, my hand and official

,f e move or dispose of them themselves. seal t, 1943 at Starke, Florida. thin.,May :"' Owner Ave.

(Official V. S. Army Photos). (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. Thomas' ,
An Clerk of said Court. 'J"
STARKE DRY CLEANERS Hon. T. Frank. Landrum Starke..
Fla. Atty. for PU. 5.4 4t 6-27

STARKE W.S.CS. To-Meet I*, D. Vining, at Mrs. Vining's
; IIOONE iv rinriiT rotRT IIUAI FOIU
pv FLA.SALE. home. COllx'r. ,.. FLOKIDAl IN CHANCKHV. .
Circles of the Woman's Society Circle Two
will be entertainedby Paul Stuart Trlbblo. plaintiff, VH.Florence .

6 rI of Christian) Service will meet Mrs E. S. Matthews, .Mrs. E.' Defendant Abuse Case. LaClrana No S7&2. Trlbble, BRADFORD

I t t Monday, May T, at 3:30: _o'clock. L. Matthews and Mrs. Miriam' ORDER OP PUBLICATION:
Ir Circle One will be entertained !, Kickllter, at the home of :Mrs. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs

1,1, +2 by Mrs U. C'. Ritch and Mrs. E. S. Matthews on N. Walnut St. Florence Alolse LaGrange Trlbble,
yi whose residence and post office
FOR MiamqmKnCHPCTWgCHP"SEARS add.resn Is'1 Mabel Enjck (Mother), ENGINEERING CO.
York..18-1I1t" Street Brooklyn New

You are required to' appear on
ALLSTATE de luxe
June 1. 194S, In the above named '
Court' and cause, wherein plaintiff J. MAURICE EDWARDS' Mgr.
"seek divorce Bradford County
THEY'RE FLEET TESTED- Telesraph shall publish-. this OrderIn
} JJ, 4 LISTED 2 SOLD next four weekly Issue.
ROAD Witness. my hand and official
THEY'RE TESTED- Sal at Mark;. Florida, this May PHONE 94
2. 1945
Best Buy in Starke I AH Cleric of said Court.

Priceit effective May I, 1945 I[,, Hon.Beach.Walter rl.... Atty.C. Hardenty for Pit.. 5-4, Daytona 4t 6-87

_ DR. IIERLONG'S COTTAGES and do NOT Include Federal Excise Tax. INCIHlrlT COURT BRADFORD We Can Furnish' You With All'Size

4 Rooms and Bath COUNTY, FLOIIIOAl IN CHA .
f Size ply ,Price | Size ply] Price CKKV.Roger Concrete Building Blocks Gravel Sand-

Id Furnished j 600-16 6 1 1895 600-20 8 21.10I Armand Gralllat, Plaintiff,
I v*. Virginia Wllhelm Oralllat. Defendant Mortar Mix and Cement
w I 650-16 6 21.91 650-20: 8 '3197 Cane No 1741. '
a C Prices $3,000 and $3,250 l p I(.700-1$ 6 26,25 I 700-20 8 32.92I ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND :

I 750-16. 8 / 36110 700-20 10 42.92 STAT!' NOTICE OP FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Mrn ALSO
S rti Only $750 Cash 700-15 6 24.82 Virginia Wllhelm Gralllat, whose
I k 750-20 8 43.08 .
Post Office Address. I READY MIXED 'CONCRETE
I II'il
1 Balance Terms 4 700-17 6 | 29.80 750-20 10; 07.37 more state' Hospital. Winchester'

I r 750-17 8'p 39.17 1 j 825.20 10 61.23 Blvd A" Hillside New Ave York.. Queen.and whose Counesldenre DELIVERED TO YOUR JOB

__ v, i'' V "RAYON" Tires Available at Slightly Street.; New Address Yprk.. In N. 119 Y.: West 75th'I

_ Higher Prices You are required to appear on ,
June 4, 194!!. In the above named WE CAN INSTALL ALL TYPES
W. T. CLUTE REALTOR Court and cause, wherein plaintiff

IP YOUR SIZE IS NOT SHOWN --. PLEASE ASK FOR IT Telegraph seek* divorce shall. publish Bradford this County Order HARD TILE AND ASPHALT TILE.

In next four weekly Issue.
For Further. Information Telephone or Write to Roy''' Cunningham: Wltn M* my hand and official Let Us Give You An EstimateUs -

119 EAST CALL STREET, STARKE 532 W Forsyth St. SEARS-ROEBUCK: CO. Jacksonville, Fla. III.seal 19 at 4S.Starke, Florida, this April

(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. ,
\s Clerk of said Court. I et
} AaIOI- !f.ICU Hon Walter C. Hardesiy", Daytona, i Build Your Post War Ilomet

'r 4r I, .. Heath: Fla Atty. for Plf. 6-4.' 4t -,2lJ,

1 'eYA + , ,. '? d. ..j'.tirrJlfMtgGal1'A ,: r.3j .4' y f




r Scouts glrle hate/ orgardz d NOTICE D.tlo.of 1a.. s... Tws. Rge. Acts 0...... Taite.A.e..t A Cost lOt Ueerl.U.f land. II..*>. Tw.. Bare. Art. Owarr Tax A..t* Ce.t. eMS I

Ider All E'" of NE' of NW14 Ex '
Scout Notice III hereby All WH of NBH! of SE% !
Girl bea14 given that the 1 A. Cemetery .
who will at the sold at public auction on the first, day following of described lands wIll b. U I IS 11 C. I. a M. nlnl'feld8l' I.UTOWN' N ot road 23 6 22 11.T. C. Davis
or County of Bradford. June 1946 at Starke. the That portion of SWVi of
school term. Slat of Florida OF LAWTRY W
of the next herein set opposite to the to pay the amount due for taxes. OF RY 2S 15 21Blk : SEH A SWH of SEV\ t

If to join. Patrol No. ,1et ; and .dverU.ln/l./ same together( with all costs of such sale a Ex Lot I of. 8BH S of toad 411 23 21 SO Ernest WundertlchJS 437BO .
ed at 3:30.: Lot 2 ot Blk 1 F. R. 'arra4ln. 7,44 NW'4' of SKH: A all SWH
OD Tuesdays pe.eriiitleia lots 8. 4 of Blk II F. 1\. Carradt IU of SKH N of road A ,

Brown has been elected el .... Nee.. Twp Rse. A..r.. 0..... AMO." of Lots I. 6. 7. 8. of Blk 13 w.Mrs.H.Carrie Starling II.U 11:% of SWH N of road. 34 1 II JT W Jordan .72
Wentworth. S4tQ- Taxes R Costs 111.11'11. Ellt .411 WH of NBV sNWH $ .6 Krnent Wunderlloh 11.6S
Jane 10 Mr. ('I18rle Ann MoDlag of SWH of NKV 37 8 .,2
f ) Lumber 844 ot Blk It 10 Kit William. Kit.. 70
'd Ann Wilt. Scribe. JO Syt of. 8E% U 8 It Basket Co A / Lot I Donald 1.10 I W IS A of NRH of NWH 27 6 II 13 Delia Keller I." .
been chosen Ail SE'4 ot NW'4 S It 10J 1026 Unkno..n.$6 W B A of NKH!: of HWV, 27 'II 1.1. J. Moor 1.53 i
pipe hat of Liver' 33 8 It IG Unknown TOWN 0'" LAWTRT 16 WH of KV.. of NWV of j
Patrol 1. 8E4.4t IIf NE% Ey4 ot 120 American Tung- 2S4 0. ILY SIC I. 23H.: no H' 15a2: SWH 17' U B A. F. P. Klnr' 3.'!IT

of :"- ot88 8 It Inc / Grove. Com 105 ft R or W'Cnr.. WH ef I KH! of SEH ot .,.

9J l NWy N'% 1856 I of Lot 10 run N710 NW\4\ 27 I II 10 Mr*. A. F. King ,...
T LEWISrt 1 7 It ISO Luther Harrell tt E 10i tt 8 110 ft W Cone 10S ft R fit NE ('or
Edward, eon 'ore S'I4t of NEy4 & N'" of 680 1011 tt to Deg oC' Lot of SKH!: of NEH\ A run ,
M. BE'4 10 . W 210 ft 8 105 ft E .
7 It 180 Waters lO-B
)Edwardl of SUrke, .has SW% of NWN.. NW 4 of A Douglas 19.76 Lot 1 Sub-nlv of ,Lot IS ('al1le Heasley 8 111 210 ft N t06 ft to bea28 6 22 L G. Keller Eat. 156 !
W. .1.
Mferred to Fort Lewis NWy4 8t RE ot SE 11 7 19 120 Water & Doujlae 1 Lot U8 ft E a \V hy IJlarber. .n Com at NB Cor of "SBV"
returned NE'04 of NE%. &: NW% ot ( 1501 100 ft N .. 8 'In BE of NKH A run s los
ear Seattle. He NE y 7 111 10 R. A. Week Cor of Lot 11 ft W 310 ft for .
several months ago All 8 of N'% of NEV4 Wl1 1025 Com at SE Cor of Lot 18 ilumpter Harley 1.0. beg thence run aJtlig

the Pan- nf ranch 8 10 ZG Fonnle Crew & run \J\r 180 ft for apt ft S 105ftE310ftN .
in ol18
ftour of duty t4Wy\ of NvYy" Ng 476 ot beg. thence run N ,.:t. 105 ft to beg/ 28 6 22 1 r..1. KelleryEst., '.U

nai! Zone with a medicalHe sVl% ot 13 8 20 80 W. B. Lasenby 1.40 131 tt W 80 It S In ft Corn on 8 aide of Call ', .
1lngtraiNng SE'4 ot NEV I A In SE 10J 80 ft to pt ot beg Alice Drown 8t &: K' side of Water Rt .
ellt.> schIs 'or of NJo1'04 ot NE4 It 8 20 U W. B. Laienby Com S ," ) I." at new designated In. -
Fort 1.38 : lf : a
!i at NWYe ot NEVI &: E.% ofNWy4 18 rttOo'l: apt teraectlon A run eaHterly t .
15 I 110 120 Empire Lumber Co. 1652 of beg thence. run Jo: parallel with Call at' .
N'I4t or NEVI of RWt4... aN44 110 It N 111 tt W 80 210 ft thence HKUthcrlv
Life U at her home In of NW14 nt IW15: \ 8 110 to Eva Mae Thomas &.81 tt S 114 tt to pt of beg Cleo. Coleman I.U at right angle to fall '
[ but will probably 844 of NEy ot RW% iii I 20 20 L. 1[. Ureen 2.91 Lot 27 \VIII n..rb..r. St 35 ft thence eaMer- t .
Tenn 64 .88
Lots 2. 4. S. 9. 10. 11. 11 1 'I4t of N I3S ft of Lot SI Urlttln ly A parallel with said.
L'if he Is permanently 12, nt Blk 8 It Lots 2. 4. I N 180 tt ot S Bas ft of It Jo'elton 1.04 St >80 ft thence S atright

of D'ik 11 & Lute 1. 3. I Lot 33 .. Ollie n..lle angles 100 rt t
Iddress Elbert M. 6. ot Blk 29. It Lot I ''N''I4t' of Lot liT Will harbor. I1ranlley 1.34 thence went parallel to
Is: Cpl. of Blk 82 &: Lot lot \ 11.15OTTIII Call St ISO rt thence

A.S.F.T.C., Fort Lewis Blk as Town of New al's-D1Y: R L.\WTI1T SECS. 23: 2as: &tI 15:11:1: : ht right' angles .
RIver 23-14 6 20 Allen Porter Est. 7.18 a 25 ft thence W parallel
Lot 7 of nlk 8 &: Lots 2. W .i tt ot N 11I0 ft' of with fall Ht 820 ft to J'i'
I e. 8. of Elk 29 & Lois.' Lot 5 Henry Moore I.U Water Nt thence northerly ta' : .
,' COIIIT. BRADFORD 2: ... 8. 8. 10. 12. ot Rtk 8 39 tt of N 237 ft ut 100 ft to pt of . .Jlkl: : ,

y FLOBIU.*! tl! CHAM- 30 & l..ot. 2. 4. 8. ot Elk Lot 5 Itoht Scott 1.78 beg 28 6 23 Paul Bonadlo. .. 50.13
el &: Lot. 2. 3. 6. e. 7.8. Lots 101 11 .I. L. Nlchol..on 1.15 Com at 8E Cur of 8WW '
Lid Vincent Plaintiff. v.. 9. 10, 11. of Dlk 32 & e HW of It SF4 ofo of RWV, 'tr W 795
[ncent Defendant. Casa No. Lot U. Elk U, a Lets SI-.%8WNSof SE7: 4 .\ '. ft N lie NB 008 ft .
2. a. 4. 5. e. 7. R. ofFik : \\4. ut easterly 306 ft k; 114
IBRiivorce.': OK PA'1LICATIONNOTICE 44 Lots I, 4. ot NW'4 If 8 U 64 O.I\ {. Williams 8.83 ft 8 90S ft to be* also. .
TO APPEAR Elk I6 Lots 2. 3, 5. 6. NE'4 ot SF.4 of NWy4 If I II 10 C. C. OUlller 2.U certain land S of Mr.. J
: OF FLORIDA to: Oean 7. 8. of Blk .6 It Lots N'Ao ot NE . of 8E% & H. Hparkman aV of
whose address In 1733 Que 1. 2.' 8. 4. b.' 8. 7. 8. 9. NE%, of /lW.: ... of NI':10If I U 30 Cha.. Campbell 1.76 Ry In SBH of SWV :28 6 22 II II. E. John 42.41
Vashlnlton, D. C. 10; 11. 12, ot Blk 41 It SE'4' ot 8WYi ot NW44
rf requlr..d to appear on Blkll 66. 118. Town of E. I A In N\V Cor 26 8 U 8 Ned Perry I." Oil HI I\A.. TOWN OP. TAHKR M., ** .

1945. In the above named New River U-U 8 110 Emll Mitchell 18." SW% ot' NWy4 of SWy4 U 5 II 10 M. L. Paul 1.45 Lot 8 of Blk 1 A land '. .. .. .
n cause. wherein plaintiff 80 American Tung1 Groves, ME'4 of i'1W% of SWW U II U U e. I. a 111. DI.sfelder I.U K ot Lot to Street. Samuel. Goldman 4503:

Bradford County W"% of 8W" II I 20 Inc. J0.60 5114 ot 8114' of II1W U Ii IS 10 Ueo Strong .81 Lot S, 4. 6, of r shall publlnh thus Order 80 American Tung- Groves, N'Ao or NE' ot SW of Lute 6. 7. of Blk IS H. if. parkman ".17 bl jl'
ffour weekly hues 1144 of 8Ey4 29 1 20 Inc. 12.63 tiE' a W.,. of N 'H Lote 3. of L"lk 16 ExW ,
.s my hand and officialIstarke. 20 American: Tong/ Groves, ot $EV4 ot S1 V, U II h 10 L. 1[. 1I0u.ton. E.t.. 'l.0Ii h ft Carl nitoa' 391' I
Florida this April 8y4 of Lot U 30 I 20 Inc 3.72 8'" ot NSi of SWW ot Com on 8 elite l of Call ,
All Sec 31 .X 7444 Lot E1,4Ef U I IS 10 Manuel Houston 1.115 let where It Intersect
lAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. tot:? A' & Ex oJ% of 840 American Tung; Groves NE"%', of 1m"!! ofNEy M Hide. of Court Ht A
I of Bald Court. 7, 8 at 8 10 Inc 12581 IS I U I Laura Coy 1.11 run E 119 ft for a pt .
Landrum. Stark Florida.' Wit of NE'NW:' nf 27% of SE14 of NW" F.x of b...... thence run Nl
ft PIt. -13 4t I-t. SEH n'&- NEH' ? f' NEW 0 A. w .or .Ky in NE fI 1 ft 'M 30 ft N 63 ft

of NW% SEV. of Cor A NH of ,SW% of W 20 ft to pt of bear C. J. Carter A wife 68.6TMr
TUT COI'HT, BRADFORD NWV. ft NEH of $W% 380 American TungDrove*, NWH E of Old. hard Dlk 29 aa extended on .
TV. FLORIDA! IX! CHAN- WH 33 8 20 Inc. 58.08 road 26 B 22 20 E. E. Edward: B64 Ensey's Map K H: 100

.. BFy of 8W% 83 8 20 40 Karl Green 8.09 NWH of NEH of SEH ofSEH. ft Hx B 80 ft *. Thelma tarantaux I."
Rob erte. Plaintiff. v AF4 of NEH 33H 6 20 40 Eliza Wilson Ent. 5.10 '28 ,5 U 1 T. W. F"lIon 1.18 8 91 ft 171 ft of
Roberts Defendant. Case SEH of SWNH 34 8 110 40 Water A Douglas 5.38 Lot 59 Woodlawn' i iWH Z9 II II 10 Floyd Cain .88 K 80 ft or lllk 29 an s
, of Lot 17 &: all Lots .
80 American extended
Tune/ Jroves, o n Encey'ssnap
IER OFNOTICE Pl'BLICATION of NWH 5 7 20 Inc. 14.12 18 31, 8! Wood lit wn 31 II U U O. E. Crews 2." A. W. Anderson 45.63
TO APPEAR Lot 1 107 C. L. Lot 22, 27. 38, Wood- One .
2 7 7 20 Atkinson 10.27 irregular tract 18.90 .
OF FLORIDA to: Warren NH of NE%, &: BW% of lawn 31 8 U 30 Levy Sweat, 1.73 Acres on \Vanne Itrnnrh, '
whose residence In, 179-07 NEH also that portion Lot. 49, 64, Woodlawn 31 6 12 211 neorge Moseley. .98 In "HWH of 8WV alto
vpniin St. Albann' Long/ Is- of BE% of NWV E of WH of NW% of NKt: ;33 5 21 20 I'Inkle Johnson 28637S Wye Track area Ex 1

|w York Public road-about 3 A. 7 20 123 C. C. Melvin 38.99 All NEH of SWH, of SEi' lot leased 28 6 22 S. A. L. Ry.Mm. 1272
Hire required to appear on :2 A In SB cor of SWH, 2 American Tung- 011 E of Road 3f 5 22 G Andrew Magyar/ One Lot In Stark. 141 .
f 1945 In The above namednd of BWH JlSWH 7 20 30.45 N 400 ft of Lot 12 In ft 10 A W by !85 ft
cause wherein plaintiff 10 AmerlcaneTuhg/ OHMlll PeetHVtlle. i iEH 35 5 U 4 Flla Cain 1.18 N &: H bounded M hvItv
Ivorc.. Bradford Countyh of SWH of SWH '8 7 110 .., Inc. 8.72' of SWH of NWH 2 6 22 20 C. C. Sumner 1.10 N bv Ounrnn land
shall piibllnh this Order Beg at SW cor of aWl ofSEH The NH of that portion W by Morgan( A 8 by .
l four weekly l IMeue. &: run K on Sec nf NKH of SWH that Mull 28 6 23 Bailie Tyson 248
es my hand and official line 607 2-3 ft. thenceN lien l W of road 13 i IS:

IStarke, Florida, this AprilAL to S boundary o f 483 ft of NH of NWV, I.l\"IXUNTON.! Till'IIV A CO. SUR! DIY. OF. NHU OF NHH M 6 aa
ot SW"4 3 8 II 22.1. C. Ilxon 2."
SEAL) A. J. Thomas, City th..nceV WH of of NEH ASEH Lnta Z. :3. of hut 5 J W. TtnMnHOn 1.10
Court. 607 2-3 ft. thence S to 8",1/0\\ I Lots 1. 4, ot lllk 8 Clyde Ilankereon 1.66l
of Bald beg- 8 20 3 C. A. Crosby 679 VVi 4 22 50 A. .1. Bryan 1.83
,1 Illlam D Morgan Fifth Com( at 7 W% of SEV. of SEV A 'Lot 3 of Blk I II Helen II William .2n
SW of
Dirk landing! Jacksonville, of SWH &cor E SEV1 186 SBH\ of S4.\ of SKI', 4 8 22 30 Mrs IIf F.. 1'I'rown 3.40 11,01& 3. 4, of lllk 14 Helen n. William 366
Ally for Plf. .-20 4t 5-11 2-3 yd* N :80 run to S SH of NKV of SEH Ii 8 U 20 ('yrull E' Bean .1)8 I K "8 ft of Lot 3 of Plk ,
boundary of Ward City: SH of SWilL of NWV 8 8 22 20 fall Edwards. Eat. 8.20 15Lot Enoch Tyson 1.63

IT I IT (01'IIT. BRAHPOROfV thence W 186 2-3 ydsS E 1A\ of SH of NRH of 1. 2. of Elk 19 Carrie Turner 487
SWV\ A SH of of of Lots 2 of Elk
FLOUIUAl IN; CHAN. 80 yd* to beg 8 7 20 3.1. P. Roberta 3759 ,
Lots 1. 2, 10 11 12 of WR4 8 I 22 2Ii liJIsaheth: Robinson, Est. rr.n 23 A WH, of Lots 1. Joe House A Fannie
n Franklin Brad"haw. Blk 1 Ward City 8 7 20 O II Parker 3.72 NWV of NEV 9 I 22 40 Melvin Uriffls 1.10 Z. of Blk 24 Young 1.70

vs Agnes Baas Brad Lot 2 of Blk 12, Ward N 165 ft of NE% Of SWV Iota I, 2. of. Hlk lH Mamie Pell. I.flil
{fendaru. Cane No. 872$. City 8 7 20 Mrs T. P. Ward Est. 193 E of Ry 10 6 22 4 Thelma Rhoden 1.43 tote 1. 1 of Elk 33 Lllll Martin 487

6ER OF PUBLICATION Lots 6. 8, 7, 8, 9. Blk 18 All SH of SWH B of Rv Lot 1 A N IS ft of Lot .
NOTICE TO APPEAR Ward City 8 7 20 J. P. Robert 2645 SW N 165 ft of SEH. of 4 of Elk 31 Emma IfuarhenTiatirsi B.17

p: OF FLORIDA to: Agnes Lots 9, 10, of Elk 19" J. ...'. Robert1** -"... 321 Com%a9.E' ftNf.erwldW of Ry 10_._ "6. 22. 30' Milton.w.. c Carter.+ Mr. .. .. 1.58 Lnta. 1, 2 Ml of Elk ."41 - .M' \Vhllmotre: .1,10
''adnhaw whose residence la Ward City 8 7' 20 c. W4'of ( 47- lIrnmaarrnghss': 1.10
'or of of
UIIHH. Rt. No.1. Newton Lots 6. 6, 7. 8, of Elk 20, EH of SWH 464 r Lot 2 of lllk 4K Hallle William 477M
NWH.. &: run E ft '
L. 0. Haien 7..5 _
North Carolina.are Ward City 8 7 20 '
| required to appear on Lot 12 of Blk 22. Ward to road Road 100 thence ft th.n"V N along i 1.IYINOSTON." Tiitinr A vo1 All IHTIOKI TO TAIIKH' aa f fI
T. J. Baxter 1.64
1945 In the above named City 8 7 20 O. H Parker 111.211 4839 ft thence S 100 I Lot 6. 6, 8, 9, 10 of Blk
rid cause wherein plaintiff Blk 23 Ward. City 8 7 20 ft to pt of beg. 10 8 22 'Jail. McDaniel 8.36 IILots Carl Hitch 4061 \
40 U. H. Parker 347 p
Hivorce' Bradford County SEH\ of SF.H 9 7 20 EH of SWH of NBH 11 8 22 20 Unknown 3,99W 3. 13 A. S 9 ft of ; i
I'h' shall publish this Order SWH of NWH &: NW 4, % of SWH of NKH" 11 8 73 2o A. O Rogers 3.89 lot 4 of Blk 14 Floyd Green. 5609 .
286 H. I... Houffh 84.81
[ four weekly Imtuen. of SWH\ &: EH of SWVi 11WH 7 20 W% of SWH\ of 8WH 11 5 22 20 Tom Ilndicn 366 Lot 6 8'>4 of Lot e. 9
20 H Weeks 29
l rte my hand and official of NEH ot SEH K 7 20 A. 15 of Elk .T P Roberts
WH of NKH\ "f SBH II I 5 22 20.1. H. Bailey 8.99 839
siarke, Florida this AprilL EH, of NEV of SEH 14 7 20 20( H. L. Hough 2.83 WV, of NKM of N11V4 12 8 22 10 Charley Branlley. 222 Lot 2 of 0'11 II I KM StoneWalter 1.56 I
10 It. A Week 1.63
45. S 10 A of SKV of SWH\ 15 7 20
WH of NEVI & W% of Lot 11 of lllk 81 Pearce. .33
\ SEAL) A..1. Thomas. N'1' '4 of SWV, &: SEH\ of NF5 Y. of NWH & H 11 Lot 2 of Elk 21: llo.a I.... Styles 1.66
k of Raid Court.tandrum NWH' & WH of NWft, A of SBH of A loOt 1 of Hlk 23 Jaa Clark 1.56
Utarke.:! Florida. of SKH 15 7 20 100 C. F. Pad(jell 635 1 A on N end ;;fWJ 19 Lot :1 A. HH of Lot 4 of .
.. ..
|r PIC. 4-20 4t 5-11 All N'.V I H< of NWH N of. 20 L Z. 'VIII'--.. .... ..... .9 AAnoan A or AEV"or Nwvi iz- D 22 112 Mrs. Pearl $tariing, LT9W14 Ittk 2" F IIo111nM.wor4h 407
.v '
T u ,
19WH of EH of HWH of Lot 3 of lllk 30Lot J 1'. Kirkland 1.It
IOTICR op. SPECIAL of NEH of NEH &; 80 A. L. Crosby 11.90 SEH\ 12 6 23 10 Sclplo' WeHt 282 4, 11 of 11k 30AIIIHTIOV J. T. Kirkland 131
G'.A'I'.OllE : SEH of NEH\ 18 7 20 R Hof, NF.'i of SWVi 14 6 22 20 L. B. llobaln 3.56
: IS HKKEBY GIVEN that N 3-4 of SEH< of SWH &; SWV' of .SWt 14 6 22 40 John Johnson 6.77 TJo:" ""..":'" 1'0 "TAHKK .,r l 33

lye after the first publlca- N 8-4 of SWH\ of SEVi 1 A Sq' In SW 'or of A strip of land 60 ft wide
this native, the City of A N 12 A of SEJV t"- NEH of PEH\ of NWV 16NEH 6 22 1 West Orlffls .97 I 10 of Bike 2. 8, A 4 A
I Bradford County....Florida tiE%, A: S 8 A of NR'4' of HEM of NWHKx W cif Ry 10x 3 leaned 1
Jie to be Introduce'and:: at- of SEH\ & 1 A 'In SB" 1 A In SW Cor 16 6 23 9 P. T. Tyson 1.07 Lot S A. L. Ry II."
In have cor of NWH of SEK' Corn at HE Cor of NWH
paaaed at the 1945 79 A. L. Crosby 10.03
20 Blk 4 A. A. Annie'
E of Road 16 7 931
lot the of SWH of KRV & run
Legislature of the
If Florida a Special Act W 1I)7( 1-3 ft of W% nfNEH N 13* ft W S10 ft S Lot 3. 4, 5, of Elk 16 J. P. Robert 89.01
Lots 7 8. 9, 10 of !ilk 1
\ & E 135 2-3 ft '
flnir and empowering/ the : 44 C. A. Crosby 8.811 15 ft E 330 ft to-pt Dowiln Hub-DIv 28 6 12 W. II. Green
IStarke to retire on a of EH of NWH\ IT 7 20 38 AmerIcan 011 of beg 16 8 22 1 Ardell Howard 276 EeL 1181
lone halt of his preaent pen-aalof NN% of NWH\ Ex 1 AlT Mills, Inc. Tunc n.n E 3-4 of BEST "f H'-'H 17 8 22 30 Raymond D. Crfcwford 4.87 Lot 8 of Elk I A 1 Lot
7 20 N&Sby521,4ft .
100 ft
of Ry
| of police tl'4oE2.3ofNSNYIof
A. L. Alvares. Oil : I
; 18 Tun/l
1 lees 10 A / R' A W In NW Cor'
provide the necessary funds NH of Lot Mille Inc. 8.81 N1114 18 6 23 13 Lydia Tyson Eat. 275
'by taxation or otherwlee W of Ky 18 7 20. NWH. o' SWH\ Ex 1 A of Lot 8 Dowllng-1/ Sub- .
Tiorliln*; the City Council: All Lot 11. 12, N of River 10 lAm Davis 1.1i0 In NB Cor for church Div 38 6 83 .Knute Fred Lind 4.IT
t the A: E of Ry 18 7 20 & NH, of HWH' of UVVH, .
aid necessary Act effective ordinance., SWH of NEH A EH of A: SEH of HWV 18 6 23 99 Elizabeth DeSu 1.88 J. M. "011'11'" tAItDSTIOf!' TO TA HKfJ :3N S S3:

CARL JOHNS. NW% A B 13 A nf NWVi W 8 A of SH, of SWH Lot 5, 7, of Blk 24 Hunan M. Wilt' 1703 ..
|5.11 City Clerk.ivrnonircTio of NWH\ &: NBH\ ofSWH 20 112 R. A. Weeks 28.80 of SWH I* 6 21 6 Z. H. Sawyer 1.78N I Lot 2 of Blk 83 Mary B. Maloney 116 t
A NWYLot SEH 33 7 2-3 of NWH of NWH 18 6 23 27 Alex Cummlng37 345 II Ex ,
or : !* OF Com 20 elms W of SB' : S 3-3 of SWH of NWH 18 I 22 LeRoy Dell 2.45 I. Lot H 10 2. ft 4.of A Blk Lot 84 W. P. Smith 4
of Sec. 25 & run W 3 44
I i. cor All SWH\ of SWH B-ofi '
8 of Plk? 36 A. W. Anderson
F''CR LIIEREIIIIY GIVEN 40 chn N 20 chn E Road Ex about 5 A In Lot 6, I:"

r City of Starke In Brad- 40 chn. B 20 else to 7 2f 80 L. H. Waters 11.71 SP! Cor ft NWH of CITY PAIIK Mfll-IIIV W C'.) ADDITION TO TARKH M a .112
Florida, will thirty beg- 25 20 101. W. Rosier 2.45 SWH E of Road. Ex 1 PLots
t untyl h e first publicationlaiige EH of NEH of NEH 11 5 U III 40 10:. W. HOlier 4." 2 ..A..ln-.NEI. Cor A Ex 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, of I il
to be Introduced In NWH of NWH 12 5 ii U 40 M. A. Sweat .88 11 X FttoWgilieof 21 6 22 47 Fat Brown 24.09S Ilk 1 A. A. Annl .,... I
Kl lature of the State of NWH r>t NKH 3? 21 40 T. N. Norman ... 82H Blk Lot 12 of Elk II' Orange Lines, Inc. II."
at the l'45 ealon thereof NEH of SWH S5 Ii 1 8 of R 110 A N 275 tot 7 of Blk 8 J H. Kirkland 1.11
nr.b'll, seeking to amend One-Half undivided In- ft of NWV., of Blk 2 ICH of Lots 4, 6 of Elk 8 AI Roth 27.02
T8.V Laws of Florida, tereiit In NEH of NEK Sof R2 Ealand H ... OJ'. ,\. Com at NB Cur of HEH
i' anme being",, : "An Ex HA In NE Cor A of name to road Ex of NEH: *. run W 10Q .
abolish the Present Munlcl- Ex about 7 A 'In SB N 110 ft Temple Sub- "'1 ..41 ft II 15 ft fort pt of )t I
rnnient of the Town of cor &: Ex Plotted land Dlv. 21-22 6 23 2 Unknown '" beg thence run \ 10(1ft '
In Bradford County Flor- In Sw cor & Ex a strip. 8 163H ft of BEH' of 'S 100 ft E 100 ft N
,' or"a' and a 130 ft wide N A S N Blk 6 S of It 4 W also :\' 100 ft to pt of beg 38H 6 23 W. n. Bryan ..11 !
U..1 Oov'rnment knownekahof of Elks 4. 7, also all all frac S of Erik? H of Lot 4 of Blk 12

7 Starke; to Provide a that portion of NWV of R 4 W being 2 AIn j; OaaklniT A'l'l to Htark 29! 8 22 Floyd Gr..n S.78 J I
for said city: its of NE% E of road Ex SW Cor of NEil of "' Elk 13 K* HH, of Lot 4 . I
let Limits; to Prove' forfisdlctlon 1 1H A 'In NW cor & SWH Temple's Sub- ' r.7' Oaakln Add to Htarke 29 I U Floyd Oran 11."
l '' and tn prescribe Ex plotted land In SB Dlv. 11 6 :22 2 I. W. Feag-le. .;;, One tract of land. 240 .

and Power/' In cor &: Ex a strip 130 Com at 8W Cor of a 13 y l'.../', yd* N A H by 110 yd. 4. '. 'l" 1
K.. Particular, to-wlt! ft N & S N of Block 43 Wainwright I ( It Mitchell 12.21 A tract formerly own '.. 41& W 'In HECoro ,
rj? th* term of office, 4, Hellbronn Springs 36 Ii 21 ed by P. <,. Goodwin r . BEH of HKH: 29. U I G. 8. Kbter 211 .
yor' Cltr Clerk. City 1H A In NWy4\ of NEH and run E along 8 Aside WH, or NVV of SBHBx I
WP. City Tax. Collector and bounded W byRoad of said land to BK N 6 A 30 I U 11 Wlllle Lucas I." J 1
x A..olOOr from one to 'two N by N line ofsaid Cor of Sarah Brott'a landS I ",, .a, 8% of NWH of NPJYo'wnf ,:-". I
sn te I NWH NKV & 1.97NW'I'O'"NW variation. W about : TlBH N 2 A y
1! authorise! the City hot 11 Francis L. Ollllame A : r
-, reB<)lutlon to C1 I... Kw ortlc" of Clerk.provideCltr City % of BE%. 4o- 80 Enle Williams 1.07Bye thence NWto BegIn Co' at tJP.cwit; "F.u: \ : :. .. I
eeeNpr' City Tax Collector of NW\4\ ot SElI,4 1 I It ,w . I NEH of SWH In Tem- .11 of BWH\ run N 146 ft t .. ii .;. ((1
Y Treasurer. maT b. filled 1'Ao 1 A In RF:! Con of NE I Julia Fryer '..74SW'i ple' fluh-1>lv. 11. 23 3 Oeo. McGee ''or/r W 628 ft S 146 ft K
'' If'I I
peroon. ot AE14' N of road. 2 I 21 : All the S 85 ft of P/lk/ )I 628 ft to pt of besr 83 6 11 3 Florence Clark 467 I '
rll. of NEV & InJ'S4 of'Ilwl4 Willie 1.12E' 2 S of R 3 E that lie* "
"IT CIt" Council to deordinance 120 T. 1. Com at HE Cur of SK-4 ofHWH ; .
by.; the salary of It NW\4\ nt ftE\4\ II I It E of dirt road Ex 1 lot : 1 lit run W 53* ft. . "I : ,
and B of NEYo Ex I A Kelly l.n In NE Cor In ft * "i-iiJ appointive officer. ::119 Frailer 22 Unknown 8." for a Pt of bear thencerun
21 22 6 2
of 13 8 Temple' Sub-DIv : "
Hlarke and Provide Cemetery N 165 ft W 169 ft .1. ,
e salary may be changed NIo'' ot 8Ey4 of BE'4 Ex 5 Unknown 1,63wtft Com at NE Cor of SEHnf 'r to road thence couthery .. i'.
the! 21 : A \ I
7 of SWH run
term for Which any ot- 5 .0 Emma Helberger Guard1.98 8EH ( : aid of road.
elected or appointed. \ nr NFVo 8 7 21 8 160 ft W 149 ft for apt : 1 to HAG tins thence H. to .. e ",, .. .
rilln.- {I"' Council to pro- W'I4t of NE% N'I4t of of begthence' run H ::1 ;. PC of be* 33 I 23 2 Unknown lit
r.. employ! and appoInt an 81':14: ofSE'4&I Ain 12 ft W 44 ft N 12 ft 6.37 The S 163 ft of the W
o Police tore.., Includingrkl'S" a Nf' Cor nf aW\4\ ofSELi f 44 ft to of bee 21 6 21 OuraniaAmpr$1es. 250 ft of NWH of HBV4Kx : . : .
? to "a-ulate bv & NFJI4 ot SWYiIt 181 .1. I. M. I. Ogden "..11SE' Com 8F NE 8W 4&e %. that portion W of : 4 1
''e t''... term of of- NW\4\ of REI4 IT 7 21 ..f % of \ run road 11 I 2> John Lampkln 877
Mrl.. and eupervl.lon of all of 8W14 Ex I A. In 89 R. W. Surrenc, 1.81 a 180 ft for a pt of 205 ft K of ..
lIce Officerss! NE 10 7 It 10 H. B. Waller 18.U begthence run W 149 NWat Curpt of NWH\ of ,. )
rla, the SW of SEI4 10 7 U ft fl 13 ft W 44 fl H '. ,
Mayor, by and with W'I4t ot %\ SEE A run E 160 ft H i "
sent of the City Council, U A In N'Ao nt NE'4' 38 ft E 104 ft N 50 ft lroupouloa 4.46 260 fl W 180 ft N 250 ..-,. ..
.nt to fill vacancies deeded to William Jones to pt of beg 31 6 22 Nick ft to hew 33 6 23 1 Delia M. Knight 47SB
''I I Tm". \ 'PPnlnMv off I- EJt Road &: Bye ot 8I1; '>4ot 7 21 TS Norman Blue 12.05 N half acre'lib' of -Dl Blk ve, of 6 '* i Com at HE: Cor' of NWV j 11
If Knlghf ,
W 144
NW'4 1.49 'I
hereafter of HUH run
created ;
('it. II 6 22 8. A. L. Ryi .
Council All NWI1 of SE%. W of SWH\ of 8EV ft for a pt of beg thence e \1'
except enembe -
. Ih.. ( ('ouncl. which 1>lad Ex 1 Lot In NE24 27 R. G. Wise t.U Com. at HW Cor of NWV run N II* ft 10: 148 ft N f, I
z aha II 7 21 Moran( of SEH" on E tulle. of < ft N '"
filled by the 1' '.- on 7 Mrll. 'Clydfl ,.' 1608 ft W 271 .
' tnereof. All NJlJ,4 of NW'4V of Young/ 1.11 Road 13 A run N along .: 1 1I 'I' 'U ft K no ft N 111II I Ift 'i r L
.rlllnlf i IS 7 21 said road 415 ft thenceE '
W II 1-3 A "
City Road Ec W'210ftN105ftW oj
Council to .r:
h a Pension! system for ofnd All NW 44 of N1oJy' W of : at right angles t<>- ; J *,' 2407 ft H 654 ft K 110 ;1
"jP'oyee' of the City Ry E. 6 A sold C. A.' laid road 930 ft to Hythene .I I 1. '' '. J ,' ' ft* H105ftE132ftto \

r e.H*S nd Provide fund for Crew. It Ex 6 A lIotd Malone of Ry said 37 pt of beg 33 6 22 1(. Chandler '..90 : '
I.. W. Wilson &: Ex Ii A ft to 8 line Com af HK Cor of NWHof " 1' .

M1."" the City Council to In NE ('or to B.vllle & NWH of 8BH thence. Walone HKH.. A run N 30... "j
9111 ft
r V 'des"trl"al.for' plumbing' and 101x '2- A owned by R.a.dln .U 7 21 U It. W." Surr.ncy 1.08 In pt of said ben.line.-IOH A 81 6 32 11.1. E. Ogle 4..53Com ft for a p( of beg f :

r Blumhi the apPointment| the City of; elsebuilding pro-- W%, ot"" Lot.. 18. 31 Wood- 22 10 H. W. lIavlland 1.84 at SB Cor 746 65..f See ft for 21 .. 259 thence ft 10:rn:1 U".7 ft H: 357.3 ft N :
.5 N .
and lawn 13 A run of beg 11 6 33 2 Cap Chandler, 227 "
"> ? lnitl ; ft to Pt "
1.78 thence run '
of bear
.il"T0ra., and pre''or.Se S'l4t ot Lot. U. 24. \Vood- 5 22 10 31rs. "Sarah' Brugge" 1.44 a pt 12 ft N 7 ft B 135 I, I On. A "'J In HW Cor ofKH (
and< lawn 13 10 I1nknuwn W 218 of SRH 32 6 22 1 Jo. John..on' 396 }
and for Ida Hankeraon of NWV
"r'O/m"nt 'V..dla..n' 14 6 U E'runda. I.U ft 8 75 ft to r't of bea21 < 22 ,
rm thereof; determine> fat 39. iii 6 22 LO Stanl.' Y 8 S3 ft of NWH of lllk I Com at SB Cor of NWH \. ,
f<* PPe. ifioally* Let U. Wo..dlawn 1.78 of n 3 E& N 110 of HKH. A run W HO .
repeal 1 8 r
If Woo L. Ke.ver
'5 sod Chap. W1., ot Lot 5 22 5 Aver ft of SWH ot Elk 3 ft for a pt of beg
' 20t38. Iw of Flor. lawn. lWood- 2.84 R 3 B A land B thence run N 105 ftY .
8 of
'N netl1'1 which| Chapters ont Lot 81. 5 A. Stoker 210 ft K 10S ft E 210
'Ib.t i on; op more' of the> Byl Iotw82 15 III 5 1\ 23 U 10 Mrs. .:..I.n.BHar a"" I..n" of rem same..'s Suh-DIv to road I-n In 9 23 2 Rebaner Clark .S3 ft to pt of bee U' 23 Clifford Chandler LOS t. j.!
the V. and will be ..lIperv 20 6 2Y= 10 Sidn." NH of HWH, of NKH' Ex 1.07 Continued on page ten fBRADFORD t tj
proposed Woodlawn
..m..n"m..ntl.CARl. Lot 1. I.U W 60 ft 22 6 21 20 Daniel' Letterman

JOTINS.City Clerk' tl of NWof i.Ni ofW.8Ey4W 3.4$3 II U 70 It. A. 44'eeks i

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I light-as are ,the Nips. On topa Information as the Nip can get w ciHcriT rornr.COUNTY. BR"PFOHD ma.t..r.You are New required'York. to appear on will Stark.cause. Bradford to be ini.1Bt Cn..T,,

I \ To A Battlefront hill in the foreground some of from these short calls would be C.'ERY, FLOHIUAI I.N CHAM-: May 2S, 1945. In the above named tempt. to have lP'rtdui., *d!!.
Trip Philippine session fa" "
Plaintiff Court and cause, wherein plaintiff of th. it? &t tj; "
Natlello, '
valueless Elizabeth Lovelace '
our infantrymen are moving a- by the time he could seeks divorce. Bradford County State of : .Ptrtolalllr..1 1I

.. bout, tiny figure of men not act on It. v.. Donato Case No.John 714.Natlello, Defendant. Telegraph. .hall publish. this. Order authorlxlnir anda -m a | '
issues. City of
By Pvt. Bill Duncan plowed field, but most of the landIs visible except through the glasses. S S S ORDER OF prnLlCATIpJJ m WUn neat *four my weekly hand) ana officialseal | Limits of lttarke the Cit to "HPfIo\"j I

That's about aU there la to It AND NOTICE TO Florida, this April cludlnl!! all ) Of
be Starke.
deserted. There could ; to Donato at or any Rtri.
I War and Travel Notes: The STATE: OF FLORIDA :
A trip up to a Philippine front booby traps: not likely, but could this happens to be a quiet hour.i John Natlello whone residence I III 23, t94.OFFICIAL 5. wit foUowlncr described perllon /
caraboa : Drape
the common beast of burden rrooklyn, New SEAL) A. J. Thomas, >> ,
490 (
: : U something like this: You are be. A few other trucks and Jeeps You look your fill, and after awhile In tfhla land, la also called York.%.1th Avenue As. Clerk of said Court. SV4 of Section 21

: driving down a paved highway are on the narrow rut roads; some mull over a few rumors water buffalo, but it's not a buf You are required to appear on Hon J. S. Harrison. Law 2.ExehanltelIulldlnl" Florida' W the%SWK of of H"'II'.h' and"('.SWu
Jacksonville the an'
'd thick with Army vehicles. The pull aside to let others pass ; with a G, I. cleaning ,a machine falo. 'Looks more like an oversized May 11th.and 1945 In wherein the above plaintiff named Atty. for Plf. o.ii tt 6-18 j and the SKW NW'4 Of 'th,,..t H ttl. \

Immediate sign of a fairly recent Abruptly, it seems, after. the long gun. then go back down the slope edition 0 f a particularly seek Court divorce cause and restoration of ---- tlon *8/, and the NF.4' NP4' :' .,!:

-1 Jap retreat are the destroyed Jolting, even monotonous ride, the to the batteries. You're just in maiden n am e. Bradford County IN C'IR1.'IT C:rBT, BRADFORD and W WH of Eu nd 0'
stupid cow, with an underslung Telegraph shall publish. this OrderIn ('011'1"'LOIUD.' .\. IN CHAN. % of 8eetlon 29, Ibo 2
jiouaeewhat were once home of truck down and around time to see a score or more of portion of Wfc and aU I
swings IIV.Anna
jaw. Has large horns and it's next four weeklyIssues. C. Of liE. I W
1 Filipinos are little patches oft Filipino, guerillas moving out from Witness my hand and official Kell Cooter Olvens, Plaintiff, }:a.t of canal or A .
black ashes and charred wood. and up, and stops. the area Into the thick in common color la elephant grey seal at Warke, Florida this April v*. Howard R. Qlvens, Defendant. In Section 28, All IIltrator

You are here: the bivouac of grass . This animal la used for grind- Ilth.. 1945.OFFICIAl.!. CM"0RMB4or Township I South, Ranlr'b,1ft
You go through a village that Is' single file; tough-looking little ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, PUBLICATION CARL II l

largely burned out and notice the firing batteries. There are tents soldiers, outfitted In neat, dusty big cane : the Filipino's juice- A. Clerk of said. Court. ANU ORDER TO APPEAR t-aT St Sots Cfl1I''
squeezing apparatus is much like Walter C. Daytona Beach I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Howard -
t Ign In front of a now nonexUtrnt dug outs fox holes, sand bag American fatigues. They're going our own in Brad ford Fla., Atty. for Pit. 4-13 tt S-< R Givens. whose residence Is 2101 IN CIRCUIT COIIT.

.: building "School Zone." On and the big gun One is firing; on patrol. There's your fraction County. Hubbard Street, Greensboro, North COUNTY, FI.OIUIJ\1 IIItAn I
There Are Brahma cattle here, BIDS TO BK HKfKIVEIt>: FOR Carolina.You CICilY.Donnen "&I
Jap-scrawled signposts alongside when you arrive its crew caxua of a front. A thundering
c P4I1VTINO OF KCIIOOI. Bf.xKtt are required to appear on Pope
,i the highway hang such G. I. and relaxed In their work, as )Iflh'Y'd barrage is something else again more peaceable than the temperamental The Board of Public Instructionof May 2D, 1945, In the above named o PoP" Detoniant Plalnllrr, V.. CIa.
been aU bulls that used to sprint Bradford County Florida will Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ORDER OF t'RH'
designations as "Speed LImit, 10 firing artillery . another story. }'IJU.JPA.rr: I I'
I around the pastures of Penne receive bids for the painting of the seeks divorce. Custody. of minor AND NOTICF ,*
; mp.h." Now and again you pas* their lives. An officer in front S S S County Owned Hchool Ruse up Until child and restoration. of maiden I STATE OF FLORIDAAPI'EH

.:' a scattering of field pieces-abandoned of a tent is calling directions re- The yarns about Japs strolling Farms . The bird music of our 10:00: A. M. Tuenrtny, May IB, name Bradford County Telegraph O. Pope, whosereBidVnI.1,0'0. *
1>4S. Further Information may be this Order In next Inett. '
days back in New Guinea were shall publish furniture *
) Jap artillery; an occasional -layed to him through signal ap- along in broad daylight, In plain of the shrill obtained at the office of the County four weekly: Issue town, South. Carolina.COmp.., c."
out squawking variety. Superintendent. The Board reserve hand and official
: dud-an unexploded Jap paratuH from observers front Witness my You are reaulrmi
view of our riflemen, are evidently Here In the the right to reject any and Htarke Florida this ApriloWlCIAL May % to
shell and others never fired. the with the Infantry. Several FllIplno Philippines we are all bid. seal at 8. 1945, In the above Wi

i kids from nowhere true. There was at least one such brought closer home by sparrows, AnTiifR R.MCRAE. 26 1945. Court and cause. whoreln, '-"
brass glinting In the sun . I apparently ( !SEAL) A. J. Thomas I Seeks divorce. p.

: And Is a dead Jap in a I are watching; they've seen instance' In this sector during the jays meadowlarks and even Superintendent Public Instruction A"' Clerk of said Court. Telegraph shall IIIbll"h lIrsiforl C"

I -', rfltrh. Yon wonder w h V he's a lot of this. While the guns are I nan* four dnvfl. Hilt WAA ktll.d" mockers-or birds that sound .Ifradford._'>n. ... Il-County.. Florida.i.v '!"... ,FrankLandrUm_ .. Htarke. Fla.NOTICN ,. I IAItY. In next.! four Weekly. 1.."tbl._!,
lorn.. .. .. ..-u witness '"
: I Intermittent tPo rse'A friend of i : much like them. The mocking. : '- I seal at my hand. ;' d"
fhere. Most of them thus far rocking the area with mine = I Starke, Florida,
critct'rr I
corzir. UUFOnn OF SPECEALIMGICE.ATION' I 24th. 1945.I thl,
p rack, are burled. Further along blasts, other artillerymen are the battalion mall-man, saw a Jap bird here has'a good repertoire, fOI'NTY, FLOIIII \I IM: CIIAJVCKIIV. (OFFICIAL 'I

the way, .a large group of Filipino sleeping in their tents, or sitting sniper tumble out of a tree the but his voice has a more metallic : -, NOTICE 13 HBKBMY lIVEN that I I I All Clerk nf SEAL said )Court A J.
Cairn. Sawyer, Plaintiff
are squatting near some around, reading letters or back other day. when a guerilla spotted quality tharv our Florida beauty Russell SH If" lawyer, Defendant.. VII, cation thirty days of this after notice the the first City publi-of I Att T. Frank. for Lllndrum, Slark pJJ

.. ftI"Itrees, boxes of personal number magazines, or Just shooting and shot him. This was In a . Another welcome sound: the Cu. No. 37IS. ) Plf. ..,'.., '"

. . ; belongings beside them. They are the bull; when the explosions village well behind the lines. The moan of a trato whistle, the firs ORI>EK NOTICE 0..) rrnLICATIOVANI TO APPKAItSTATK Continued from page nine

:returning to home that remain, I I come in bunches, convera a t Ion Jap presumably had made his way we'd heard since leaving the U.S. OK FLOUIHA to: Mr.

or will put up with relations and ceases; they blot out words. The' back during the night and was , Ave.Russell, Jamaica Mars N..((4)wv..r: ,Lonir I2S-63 Island 102nd Descripti at land Hoc. '"'P' Re. At'''. Owner, T.A.:: "

friends. To look at them they shells disappear skyward, making I Ir lying in wait for something .or S S S New York. '
You feniifreH I :\('.nlITV:' SVi! OF SKtt W OP RY _
tn a2.
are anneae on
'i do not deem particularly worse off r a sound! that U somewhere between someone that didn't come along Chow here Is surprisingly good. May Ilth. 1945, In the' above,named. I w _

.. for their experience. But perhaps the roar of an express . Late last night two Jap Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I NH of Lot 3 of E-lk 5 Haul Starks 1
I We stfll have the incredible I I Lot 3 of Blk 8
spam, seek Ella
divorce. Bradford County Williams.
civilians never show. much. They train' and the light rippling of bombers were high above our ,
Telegraph shall publish this. Order I Lot 6. 7. of Blk 8 Phillip a: Joe I II
c4A take It . Now a blown-up' I silk. A minute or so, and you vicinity and we were awakenedby but'our canned vegetables are In next four weekly Irwue I Lots 2. 3, 4 of Blk 7 Rhetta Cummlnlt'Julin..I

I, -. bridge>> Iron and splinters strewn hear a "tlump"-InaWlplclous to the noise of prompt ack-ack. fine, and we're getting some fresh Witness my hand and official Lots 6, 7 1 of Elk 7 Eula Mae. Rober.on II
seal. at Htarke, Florida this. April I Lot 6 of 131k 9 MOSS Brooks
along the banks. There la a traffic the ear but that's deceiving. We crawled out of our tents to eggs-a seldom-tf-ever item In 11th., lUll.OFFICIAL. I Lots 1, 4. 5, 7, 8 of Blk

snarl In the detour crossing the Very often it la marking a seen look at the fireworks and were ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas., 13 T. J. Alderman
I New Guinea ,,'. ...Night guard A. Clerk of said Court. N% of NW'/ of NWW, Ex
.. stream, and the M. P's are workIng of confusion death, destruction.You awarded with a fine display of combat Walter C. HardeMy, Daytona Beach I 8AO W end&Ex: .

6 riP hard." The line starts movingand climb a low ridge forward tracers but the plane were too has 'distinct advantageover Fla., Atty. for Plf. t-13 4t 6-4 U A vault lot 33. U 1* H. K. Johns
S% of NWl of NW<<4 also I I
in a couple of minutes you (out of range of fire), pick up a far away or too high to be seen. lonely sentry posts back in NOTICE] OF TIlE TAKI\ ('P OF Com on H line CO ft W I

sure back on the highway. When pair of field glasses; trteady your They didn't linger-the faint throbof the U. S. There's no trouble AN KNTHAYKI) HOIIHH I of Ky and --run H 15 degrees -

t iM.t443 :jrm turn off the truck starts elbows on sandbags, and look out. their motors soon died out. Our staying awake.u You strain and Hersey Notice of I*ThercHMa hereby. given Bradford that County R. M.. W IS degrees W 280 ft N thence to W .

: ; 4" bucking for the country roads Hills and mountains and valleys fighter planes usually snag these listen and'if hear I Florida. has taken. up an nut, ray- line nf Sec 33 thence N

: ::11 are rough. Yellow hills cover thelower spread beyond. The big mountain audacious babies, and; this you somethingyou ed horse at hi.. farm situated about to NW Cor of SWVi of
may '
Into the shadows to 34 mile South of Theresita.. NWH thence K to beg 33 6 :22! 2$ The American
part of the sky, and there etching a profile against the sky have been the case here, thoughI peer see Said home I III described as helnir! Threw A In 8W Cor of Trust C* i iS -

9 glimpses of mountains beyond. A la Jap territory. Our shells are I I haven't heard as yet. The shootIng where its from. Finding or of a light bay color with black SWVi. of NWW W of ,

': ) lone farmer U working In a smaU l falling In a steep valley out of was beyond our range of guessing____ .__at._that._ u you_.wait for, welirhlnr mane and. 950 tall to 1000 white nnundn.hind belnar feet,. SU.Ky nf SWli of 8W*4 83 33: 6 8 22 21: ZO TllA.rlntt Lougenla* T 1 Smith. lf.._ I IS.
hearing. Bumeuuui uj move. it on OD- about 6tt feet in height and about I A. I. Right of Way & ---- nn U'Of

r' : S C Ject, shaped or shapeless, doe 7 years: old. I track from the main
Unless the owner of this horse I line "Callahan to Cole-
4wdqi In our battalion they're laughing move, and it's not a hog or a claim. him and pays. all costs, fee, I man" In Sea 33 to Clay .

about carabao, or wind in the trees-- and expenses Incident to the taking I County Line I approximately
Onu"","" fInEd MoNI1I! the story concerningone feeding 4 miles '
I THI .. up and advertisement In I through
--: '_. --= ,;:;; _,. of our radio men. This op well the gun Is yours and so connection therewith he will be I "Sees' SJ. 34, 33 of Tp
=:; ,......."Itood-- had tuned in is the target. Nope there's no sold to the highest bidder' for cash I 8 8 R 22 K! &: through --
__ ___...-,_hoIoI_. a Jap front-line at the South Front Door of the I Sees 1 &: 3 of Tp 7 H
IL ....., :JII'._!' .. transmission and had settled back urge to sleep . I suppose thous- County Court Holme at 11:00: o'clock I : : E S. A. L. Ry
,, ... pondering the gab of the ecstatic ands of letters have reported that A. M. Monday, June. 4th., 1945. I N of SWVi' of SW% I
Witness. my hand and official I Ex: portion N of liy 34 8 22 7
You will the Hardenbronk
,. find yourself one of the best 'informed Nipponese. A minor inspiration average Filipino speaks English IfRl at the County Court House In SWtf\ of NWVi 35 8 22 40 Bertha McWain

1 persons 'in your community when you read The Christian prompted him into action and he almost as well as his native Starke, Bradford County Florida I Lot 6. 7. of Blk 3 Lake

Science Monitor regularly. You will find fresh new viewpoint' tongue. Books and public notices thin 16th day of April A. D. 1945. I Klngsley n. 1 g hta In
'a fuller, richer undemanding of world affairs got 5 onto the Jap's frequency and (OFFICIAL HEAL) A..J. Thoma NK'of NEVi 38 8 22 Cha McMillan
unbiased Write . truthful accurate, Jammed his signal, mocking him are in English . A proclamation Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford I Lots 8. !9, of INk 3 Lake
new for sample copies today or send for one County Florida. 4-20 In
4t 6-11 King-airy Heights
outside all
posted municipal
'jl .lD fub trial' .ub.cription..L In own version of the enemy NEV4 of NEVi 36 8 32 K. B. Mime

wa lingo. That got the Nip's goat. buildings shortly after the Americans iv cmrriT roniT. MHAnronn E 3-4 of NWVi of NWVi!

.L rMa T------------------. He turned on his transmitter full arrived read:l: "Fellow coun- ('()IJrvrY. FLOHIOAl IN' ('''AN. *: W% of NEVi of
TJ 1%.n_ ....... r.kll$ .klB. S...UlrDPIMM trymen. ''Our forces have landed. (Kit If* NW4' 38 8 22 50 Mary B. Maloney I
I : 'BMIMI If, Uw.. last and shrieked back in'Eng- Helen F. Andersen. Plaintiff V. All Ex Ry right of way 1NWi 1 22 811 B. A. I.. Ky Co. .
I I .Hn4'n'. __, 0 PIMM Mntf a ....-"'onUl trl.l lubnrlpI Ish: "Get off the __ air!" We are pressing forward. The Harvey Austin Andersen, Defen F /, Qf NEV* EX .. A In
Monitor ItKludlns" a flea .. The Cbrl..... &..n.* NOO lor. I dant. Case No. 3726. NK. Cor 3 7 22 IS T. H Lee
I4 I of /our wwklf __ for which I ...._..................II I Radio communication prevails enemy is being destroyed". It wenton ORDER OF PUBLICATION Com at NE Cor of SWVi
i- :
J..IDI---t ..._.._..-_......__....._......__._..._........._.... I on the front, although signals to urge (unnecessarily) the AND NOTICE TO APPEAR of NWVi\ & run S 755ff
aD0BUg._________ __. .___ ___. STATE OF for a pt of hog
s t .. aaa. = =:;.:.-a. .:.:.:=.:.:.: a=.::: S.:::.-=-..:.:.: supposedly are picked up by the citizens to till the fields, and forebear AuHtln Andemen FLORIDA whose to residence: Harvey thence rn.W (74 ft to

enemy. As understand, it, such under fire and closed "Long address In unknown. road thence 8 108 ft E
You BrA, rAnn'.u.' __ ______ __ K1A ftW 108 ft tn, ntof'
Jive our oejovea rniiippmes - n..a..r UtI "
May 18th, 1945.: In the above named beg 3 7 22 1 :J. H. Kirkland
(signed) Osmena." . There has I Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff S\V4' of NW'4 4 7 22 40 F. L. dough

l lt never seemed to be a doubt in the seeks divorce and restoration of Com at se Cor of HWV ,
> : SMT f maiden name. Ilradford of NKii & run N 460 ft
? / County
? | minds of the about
t Filipinos their I
Telegraph shall publish this Order to pt of l beg thence run
always: close association with Americans. In next four weekly Issues.. W 250 ft N 65 ft K
Witness. my hand and official 250 ft 8 65 ft to pt of
v They take It" for granted . In seal at Starke, Florida, thin 17th, bt>fr I 5 7 22 Joe Hall
>MH the thickly pop uJated sections April, lUG.CUFJo'ICIAL. SKH of NEI,. of NEtS 10 7 23 10 Wm. B. Oreen

\ look SEAL) A. j. Thomas, NKV of NWVi\ of SVVJ4\ 10 7 23 10 Jeff Barnhill
$ run together; anywhere be? A. Clerk of said. Court. NJoJNF: : of NWiIt 7 23 SOt Thede K. Perry !
hind a bamboo tree, and you'll Hon. Walter C. Hardesty. Ilox,: 429 8Vi! of NBV4\ of HWV* N '
find a house Itaytona. leach, Florida. Ally for of prupoxvil. road 11 7 22 11A./ W. Hohmann
suggesting a large
P'f-' .-0 4t B-ll I Lot 105 ft d(| In NW
\ fancy basket set on stilts. The Cor of SK'/i' of SEof

\ natives can weave ix nnrriT COI-RT. nn\i>FniuC'KIIY. > I SEVl' 19 7 22 Unknown
\ \ \\ \ \ \ \ \ many things rOI'ry.: FLOflilLil I'll' :11.\\: : Lot 1 ExEISft&W:
\ \ from bamboo, with the greatestof 25 ft of Lot' lA. 19. 20,

ease . During the Jap occupation John George Rchwelger.! Plaintiff 21. 22, C. J. Week'8 Sub-
vs. Kline Frieda Schwelger, Denfen. Dlv. 19 7 23: Ethet Johnson
citizens suffered from dant. Cane No. 3721. N S A of that portion of ,:

theft, politely known as confisca ORDER OK' PUBLICATION: N% of NWVi of SVVJ4\
ANI> NOTICE. TO APPEAR. W of Road 13 20 1 22 3 Unknown
tion. Many homes are bare of STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs. s,8 A ofti% of SWK\

furniture and valuables, except Bliss. Frieda Schwelger B4 Cedar of SEt4 20 7 23 8 C. J. Week.
Avenue (Suffolk SE(4( of SWK of NWM
County) Farmingdale
that which could be hidden or L. I., New York. A: K>A .of ttWlI. of

::1 Beefto burled.. Foodat u f f s, especiallyrice You are required to appear on NWV 21 7 22 80 T. J. Alderman

__ and fish, chicken and pigs Court lay 18th and.1946 cause In wherein the above plaintiff named One of A NWJ4 on N E side of of& SE adjoining >4-

\\ \ were taken without pay, when' eeks divorce. Bradford County road 28 21 T U t Daniel P. Loper

l 4 S and as the Jap" pleased ; Civilians In Teleirraph next four shall weekly.publish issues.this. Order IIEI4 SW'4 of of SKVi 8W14 27 26 T T 23 23 .0 to.J.J. D.D.: Thompson.

avoided Sap sentries; when Witness my hand and official Lots 19, 20 In McCalfs Thompson
.2fi a.t.'Jtrke'' Florida, this. Addition to Hampton 30 T 23
they did meet, them, they were April Earl Saxon:
6th, 1943.OFI"ICTAL.
J\1IP" Lot 1 &: W 20 ft of Lot
forced to- bow slapped . ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, 2 of Blk 29 In Blanton'lIAddition

_ v Guerillas, when caught, were executed A. Clerk of said Court. 30 T 22 Unknown
Ion. Walter C. Hardesty Box nik 6 Hampton Park
429 31-32 T 23
Mr. Sarah
_ often by beheading. Daytona Beach, Florida Atty. for NKVt of NW/t Ex: 5 A B
? I'lL t-20..t BllriHCt'lT of road &: Ex 5 A on N
iv COCHT. BRADFORD 'or &: all NW\4\ of NW4
discuss the Corner Call and Christian Sts. ("Ot' TY, FLORIDA IN! ClEANCEICY. : IS of Ry or fracl Lot 8 SI T U 38 Ola 'h..on
\ S\' day s pror $ Rev. W. G. Smedley, Pastor. Lot 2 of WH of NWH\ 31 1 U 10 Melissa tllmms

ikely the* "silent Services as follows: I Henry...lfta. Adolf Felicia Melnecke.Fits Melneck.Plaintiff, ,De-vs. SH SEVi of of NKVi'SEVi of SB4 &:33 T U 80 .
Hardin & Wel..ner
see :
& Bible School each Sunday at fandant. Case No. 3693. NEVi' of NEV, 34 1 23 to.J. D Thompson

; 10 a. m.Preaching. AND ORDER OF PUIPLICATION N 400 ft of NKV4 of 8EV 34 T 23 12 I.. W, Alford
ice-cold bottle of JAX NOTICE TO APPEAR NWV4 of NW /. 35 1 U to .1. D. Thompson
and communion services 'I-ORIDA to: Mrs. SWVi' of NWV4 Ex: 1 A

the Beer at 11 a. m. and 8:00: p. m. Lolltn Felicia Fits Melnecke IS for school &: Ex Rv. 35 7 22 37 J..A. Mlllikan
of Kyffhauser
t4 Friendship-makes atrahse, Sonderhaiiaen, \V 18 A of :NV4 of NWVi .
g Prayer
_ meeting each Wednesday Germany. I of NEVi Ex Church Lot -

at 8:00: p. m. .. You: u.a. <::,! ,required to appear on A Rx I Lot AftvKA: St O -- -- '-S.-
"'BT C, i8'8' ln the Bbov' named N"%, of NW'4.of SW ,,' ii 8 23 20 'hann:
yuuhas'good Court A. V.P.
cause, wherein NE\i\ of
CALL plaintiff NE'4 II 8 23
FOR Hint to
FOR SCHOOL seeks Unknown
TH.4NMPOHTATION divorce Bradford County E% of 8E\4\ of BW4 II s 23 10 Unknown
'iFc: Telegraph shall publish this Order All SH, of NW% W
The Board of
( its of Public Instruction i In next four ' .
reasons or popularity of Rradford County Florida will I Witness weekly Issues. road 41! Ex 11 A to
my hand
receive written bids for seal. official Manning &: Ex 1 A to
___ PttJtct flavor body aroma color add and-or equipment upon the follow 4. |! 4V at SUrke, Florida' this April, (Moorer A: Ex: I S A to ,
up Ing school bus-routes., Route for. (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. 'handler 12 8 23 J8 ''W, A. Jones
C merly driven by the following As Clerk Thomaa,, 8W14 tofAS % W of Ry
persons of said Court.
[ premium brew-and you don't have to pay like name and :referred to as routes of Hon. Walter C. Hardesty. Box 129 Lot lOx Ii of Hlk in A 14W The Cor flayen -12 8 22 18 3. Jr. Lawrence. Et
tarkai, ('...t,. Owned n.... tt Beach, Fla., Atty. for Pit.8 NW\4\ of NElia 13 8 22
_ fA t: $: price to enjoy these premium qualities Try Cleveland Sullivan, W. O. Collins, t-17 -" E 8.0 ft of S4 ot NW\4\ T. A. Bower

E. ,I. Lewis, Mrs. Nelson I4 nf $I04 t3 8 22
_ Or.en CrR'I'IT (Coin, 11 D. Purr Jones
d bottle of Klam Lewis, Milton Norman, Frank COI'vT BRA DPORD E ZOO ft of N% of NW\4\ .
refreshes JAX FLOI&IOAI
today. It's a tan Tomlinson.t.rk..PrIeiy. CEll V. CHAN-: SE\i\ Ii U t R. WIIIYI Rivers
N' 0........ B.... Mary Eleanor AU 'Ie 8 23 840
Elrkby/ A. W Hohmann
wherever meet.You! Mrs. Mildred $app, Frank Nor- 1IIargar..t a minor by lIlk 3 or Oovt Lot I Lake ,
you can't buy better iBf'Vr.lia her next best Side Sub-Dlv
friend U 8 II
man.New Rh'.rr"I".t.l Owned E.1"' vsNorman. L. Blk 4 or novt. Lot :3 Lake J. E. .Smith

what you pay! fluImorY DlrkbO"f..nd"nt.ORDER) OF Case. No 30st. Side Sub-Dlv. 22 8 U H. Co" Wall
i 1 PUBLICATION Blk 8 of Onvt
John. Mrs. CI.o Andrew., ANn NOTICE Lot :I & E
Aaron TO APPEAR 1611 It of Govt.
L Kelly Colored) STATE OF Lot t
-; Drookeri-Coaaty Owaed B.... 1.. Blrkby, Whose. lal to: Norman Lake Side Rub-Dlv. 22 8 U F. W. HolI..y
residence NEv
Mrs. Lee I. nf NE'4 So
Qreen. E4 of
_ 1' .'u' Park, Michigan and NW'!, of NE\i\
Hreok.PI1.t.l Owae4 B.... whose< actual 23 II U 8G
_ mailing D. Thompson
address II A .
C. a Kelley, Mrs. Lottie Ed I. ] of clay road In
ward, Charity William Colored). Fil2'nNoim2. U Blrkbv-88694998, !Up' : Car of BE'4' or

; I..w.ya..4'o..ty 0....... H.... 8S8."S Barksdale? -Squadron Field. I). Box No. BE'4 It 8 U II Frank P. Millet.
Louisiana.MaI 3
Mrs. Lillie Morgan. L. P. Itafuse. are A In NE Cor ot NE%

1..t.P"h.I,. OwMd n.... Sf 8, 1945.required'in the to appear on N of t.aks Z5 8 U 3 Miller.
above Frank P.
Durban named NS4 of SW\ia\ of
.t'.E\1tr .: (Colored" Levin). Clrlffla. Jlor- Court seeks. and dlvorc cause, wherein plaintiff 'Lots. 1. I. a. t. NW\4 or \fracl 211 8 U 20 ,JIm Speed, Eat.

"." ._Prlatrly Owaed D.... maiden and restoration of See E>* plotted lands. 311
name 8 U peareall
Mr. .. Frank Thomas.amderbll.l'rI.ely. Bradford County 110 Laigh M.
Telegraph shall publish this Order INDIAN! : hEIdI
In 3.1-38
JJn.. next four weekly Issues. 8 22

'.s J t Ik Mr.1I.llbrv.P"I..I Sibyl Sapp. OwueS seal Witness at Starke'. my Florida hand and, thl.official April! Lot Lot 7 II 7 R bert S Scott
'% 21
\k B.... 1945. TMtI If, III V. L.' Phifer

Felix Sapp. R. L. demons. Mr. A. Clerk of CoArtJTI1OMA"; Lot 30 3. A. VitatOe
Jeanett. danklna. saId Lot 3'1' C. A. Hook
.... (OFFICIAL Lot 37 O. .1. Bryant
c4c Hlnlasit Privately Owned ... SEAL)
r B. ) nhght
\ Mrs. Alclva Uallow.,.. & Knight, Starke. Florida Lot 49 MArtha MatthewP
A. per plan.. specification and Atty. for Plf. t-37 4t 1i-1I Lot 61 w 8. Billchl..y.

requirement now on fll. In Office IN "IRTIT "i .' Lot II IndIan Beach Unit Unknown
of (01 flU"FORn No. S .
4M iLt b. County received Superintendent.until May IS, Rid 11145 at to (C':1t'( ( J.TY., FLOHIUtl IN CII.: (?'. Lots 3. 8, 11, 13. W nr 81 9 U John M. Rose.

10:00: A. M. Drivers will b. hired Yuba Long Road 80 & Lot 4 1iJJ* 13
aL on bR.'" of lowest and best bid. Long. Plaintiff vs. "''onnV. A In NI' f.01' Lots 6,
Defendant.: Case No. 12
Th 1'Jx
1''l'd 5733 : plOtted
reserves t the land
_ rJrt, any or all bids The right....rl to. ANr ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR Lots road 2, 1, 8, 8, W of 38 8 32 200 Leigh M Fear11k
fU-ntlons AO
will h. part and requirement of on file STATE OF FLORIDA to John Lot 1 W nt Road 81) 1 t ,U 92 Leigh If.'I'
uJh. any contract let 'Y', IKIIKT. whose ""
; and I".ther with residence I I. Santa Lot. I, :I
?ld.will constitute the any accepted tnrla. Portugnl. and hi. mailing 12 9 22 136 Leigh 1\(. PearsaH
contract.13 address Is
6t 511. : % 'Y. C. Sheppard Con
I tructlon, Co., A.P.O. 406. %; Post- C. A. Knight

Tax Collector Bradford ,Count$'

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