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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 11, 1945
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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t it Modern Shower For Your Bath Room? j H

Over Priorities? . Just Follow

Worry The Mighty 7th Under WaySure much it will cost. Buy Another Bond Today! '

South Pacific Model, Sgt. Anderson Says . This we do know: To crush Japan will t
May 8th was an importantday.
take time, heroic and backbreaking effort, the faster, make an end of killing and bringour

Molucca Inlands, N. E. I. It was V-E Day. over-powering equipment. Millions of fighting men back home.

The Showering of the Soldier But May 14th will be an important day men-freshly outfitted and equipped Junius M. Smith, county chairman of ,I

fly' Of our rural homes without that modern contraption too. It will mark the official opening of must be moved from Europe halfway around the 7th War Loan Drive, calls attention to ,

wer bnUl.-could.1" and enjoy take bathing a tip In from the our modern"Southwest manner. Pacific the Mighty 7th War Loan Drive. Goal: 14 the globe; and supplied day-in, day-out over the fact that this year there will be only I

war magnificent M GI model la easily made., Is without cost, and billion dollars.Of distances that make supply problems in two drives instead of three. That means I t

ts allover this theatre by your soldiers. It La "effective and this staggering total 1, Bradford Europe seem trivial. bigger! extra bonds in the 7th because only

al" effective the minute you want a shower, it's practically County's quota is $307,000. E Bond Quota: More of everything will be needed. by buying more can we make two take the ,

water' These showers would be a,natural: for summer cottages $264,000. More B-29s. More tanks, more halftracks, place of three. 4

imps! too.move to a new place and the Infantry has made It It's the biggest quota we've ever been jeeps and trucks. More rockets, mortars Yes, Tuesday was V-E Day but it I

nd en safe we, construction of the enlisted men's shower Is high onorlty asked to sell, but the drive will not be over and airborne radar. A whole new air forceis wasn't a signal to quit. Rather was it a

list, about Z-99. Priorities A-1, 2, 7,9 through Y-99 until June 30, so there's plenty of time to being created-huge new bombers that challenge to redouble our efforts. President

lotted to make the grade.If dwarf the Superfortress-fast new jet-pro-
Truman said "Stick "
to your job. Our y
officers'officers1 you think V-E Day calls for slack- pelled combat planes.
a job is to buy more War Bonds. Bradford :
These are just a few of the 1001
eta, ofa up in bond buying, you're kidding yourself.The dollars County must reach its quota in the 7th
your are needed more than ever be-

s1 club, trine, oflaundry- ;; 1 Battle of Japan has just begun and no fore to bring America's might to its full War Loan Drive as it has done in all the I

one knows how long it will last or how strength-so that we may crush our foe others. .

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model Official County Publication Established In 1877

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than f parents parents four, a, I n rQ' Schools to Have V-E Day Brings Unusual Quiet To Call St.that I Public InvitedTo

offspring) cast skies added further to the practically all restaurants I
Grade Tuesday, May 8, 1945, was
eld sombre atmosphere.Some closed for the day. One or two USO
s' Two I 9-Month Term officially proclaimed Victory Rally
in Europe Day Inconvenience was occasioned "hamburger Joints" remained open
Special"mmended to Army wives and and did a landofflce business as
I There was thanksgiving, others occupying rooms without long as supplies held out. The

how we | McRae SaysAccording yes . but no revelry . cooking facilities, due to the fact bank, which lined to observe holidays Next TuesdayA

ur no celebrating. that no one else thought of
prlnk'I' All too obvious was the remained open because there was community rally, In the formof

.p. 1 to an announcementthis task that still lies ahead . In It* INHIIO' of November 15: no specific law authorizing Its a covered dish supper, will be
week from Supt. Arthur R.McRae.s 1918 the carriedthe .
;ng''' t feet -In lz-e and--W: -floor ---th-; the knowledge that only the Telegraph closing.All held at the USO Club Tuesday.
two parallel logs office, Bradford County following headline. Army personnel was restricted -
halfway mark has been night, May IB, at 7:30: o'clock.
Is constructed shower with several of the Inter- Schools will
foot apart, have nine-month "Germany Accepts Armistice to Camp Ulandlng for the
d valed about eight feet by locking sections. Air stripping terms next year. The Foundation reached. InixMiliig| Most Stringent day and could not come to town The purpose of the event, as

ivts one under each corner is full of round, four Inch holes Program which recently passed) With President Truman's Terms Ever Laid Ilcforc I>efeated even after "working hours". Call announced by Mrs. Junius M.

platform. Length of them and looks like a piece of rolled through Doth houses of the legislature official announcement at 9 K n e m y. Power toAgain Street was more void of khaki Smith, chairman of the Woman's

varies with the numberto dough after the biscuits have unanimously, will mean in a. m. Tuesday of Germany's Wage War Taken Prom Tuesday night than it has been Service Organization, will be toorganize

be showered. The been cut out. The air corps has dollars and cents, Just about $48- unconditional, surrender Mayor Her. since the establishment! of Camp a Volunteer Service OrganIzation -

bring over, for us, eight the holes for weight economy, to 000 to Bradford County, in State Charles A Darby made the roundsof "The German War Machine. Blending The only unauthorized to Include all people
steel gasoline barrels; each us they are a convenience to drain school funds. One of the requIre- the business district, requesting Must DlHarnu The Civilized GI observed In town probably who are Interested In assisting In

standard thread bung hole the shower water into the ditch ments of the program Is that a stores to close for the remainderof World' Walt. While Germany wished he "were not come" for USO work.

top. The bung plug is beneath. A final touch Is added school to benefit from it, must the day. Camp Blanding of- Iteforms Herself From Within. he was kept busy, dodging MPs There I is a, great need for vol. i
:d and one end of a three- by screening the shower with a have nine months school each ficials had already announcedthat ." all evening. uateers\ to serve la one or more

Inch Iron pipe afoot or canvas fence. Also, ,'we eventu- year. Bradford 'wall one of the MPs would' Close all places Police officers reported the day of the following capacities Hosts

Is screwed tightly-into the ally place long broad,' hefty board few counties which) did not already -; selling beer and se that they remained How miserably wrong those aa being un\i vuliy>fluletu ,One and hi U,aiMN f Information. dark;.
tables near the showers so GIs the headline turned out to bet! drunk in the caVo of prrparinf'aad'eservir 'refresh ,
ead A faucet is screwede have at least nine*", months. closed throughout day was placed
other end (obviously) of can scrub clothes, which 'Is"done Another requirement Is*that the Call Street was almost deserted, It nuakee'you wonder Just Jailor Ben Rowe, but It is not menu? decorating; creating: home- ,,1'

I pe, and shower heads are by wetting the garments, spread County must have a Supervisor. as it usually is on holidays, and how It happened. How could known whether he was celebrating like atmosphere; assisting with Individual -

d to the faucet. ing It out on the table and scrub- Bradford had an unpleasant experience intermittent showers and over- I ho Allies be HO badly fooled V-K!] Day, or just celebrating programs such as voice f p

nrry our pipe, faucets and bing It briskly with a bristle with a county school I a.. to think they had. made towage itimpossible recordings, archery, etc. }

heads about with us from brush, GI soap, and elbow grease. supervisor some time in the past for Germany Fred Guy has charge of general
i New Members another ? Who wentto Future FarmersTo
o place. Then the barrels This system not recommended to but Mr. McRae said that they are Many war arrangements for the rally and

iced on the platform up- you ladies going to make this experience amore I Join Chamber of sleep Who ii In to blame? Conduct Mrs. Bertha Pearce Is In charge ',

,wn so that the shower Each 63-galIon ba r reI will pleasant one. The salary As for Germany reforming of the supper arrangements. Mrs.
hang down between them shower about 12 GIs per fillingIf of this Supervisor Is paid by the 1. Commerce In DriveA herself from within-the unbelievable Paper SalvageThe Junlua Smith, Mrs A. Z, Adklns \
tries to drown himself rottenness" that wan and J. C. Hoover comprise the
beams, within easy reach no one State and the County pays his Future Farmers of AmerIca
revitalized Starke Chamber of
your he a d. Next, the But there are times when Joe is travelling expenses. i found at thn heart of Germany nominating committee. and will
old company ax (woe the out taking a shower, when, lo, Another advantage of the Commerce: Is meeting regularly when the Allied spilt Itopen agricultural club of the Brad- present a slate of new officersto

Is called Into active servicee the water runs out'just as he gets Foundation Program is that it these days, on the second and In recent. week. revealed ford County High School, has be voted on at the meeting.
in each month and
fourth Fridays ,
bottoms of the drums, well audded. Anywhere within a will mean a substantial increasein that definite the ghastly mockery of taken over the shipment of scrap E.! L. Matthews and Mrs Barbara
members feel
ttoms mile radius can see him, Jay pro- those words Clute will present a new set of
now facing skyward, you teacher's salaries. The major gress Is being made toward the paper from Starke according to
eked out. About all that bird style, high and conspicioua Tho civilized world must by-laws for the organization.
portion of the appropriation will goal of charting a safe course for an announcement yesterday by
fillingall wait this time while Germany I It Is considered highly Important .
s Is to fill up the barrels upon the platform angrily for that These not
go purpose. post-war Starke. the Rev. Grover Alison chairmanof '
qua. Our shower water the barrels again with the ex- will into effect with reform herself from that all persons Interested
changes go In recent weeks a membershipdrive the collection here. In USO work this covere'dIsh
90 percent chlorine and 10 tension hose. Its the rule: he the next school term. within. We must assume that attend
water, < You can use a who uses the last of the water has added new names to the tank ourselves. And we must "The city truck still collects supper rally. .
fill drums. This At the meeting ot tne School roll and has brought new bloodto dole contentedly. again on Thursday afternoon of
r the barrens by hand; must refill all eight not paper
ppen to have a gasoline sad catastrophe has happened to Board Monday school, it was will announcedthat committee assignments. Al- while Germany arm herself each week, so please have yoursat Mrs. J. V. Grant

4 pump to draw water me on occasions too numerousto Lawtey open though all chairmen have not for another war under ourshamefully the curb," Mr., Alison stated: j
July 9,, in order to allow for the Died Tuesday
membership now
yet reported,
lie well we always dig hard mention. Indifferent none "If you have a quantity of paper
outfit nine month term before the chil- Includes 43 of Starke's leading and I It Is Impossible for to
shower, With so many GIs in one you
Mrs. J. V. Grant at her
dren get out to help with early business and professional men and .
e are the essentials, andre all construction Is on a big get it out, please send a postalto home hero r
(I I spring crops. A J. Thomas, president of the Tuesday night
the Salvage Chairman and he
some fancy touches ..weA scale and Includes many typesof the total to 31st Division Moves being In ill health for several",
"moonlight requisItion"g building. PFC Vincent Cecere organization will see about having it pickedup
Lt. Guy SpeaksAt reach 100 before. the drive is clos To Minadanao ," Mr. Alison said. months.
after dark) is drawn onr (Wilks-Barre, Pa.), one of our She Is survived by her husband,
Corps for several sec- carpenters, is the specialist, and ClubLieut. The city truck will collect
Rotary The Thirty-first (Dixie) DIvisIon Cpl. John V. Grant, with the U. S. p
f their steel runway. This the fruits of his labor make Chic The membership now Includes: paper south of Call St. next
several hundred Army In Germany; her mother,
has moved
la strips about 12 by 2 Sale look like a piker! John A. Guy, officer in Fred F. Stump, W. ''. .Clute, Joe Thursday, May 17. Mrs Harry V. De Rousne. Starke, ,.
miles closer and Is .
to now
charge of the Navy V-12 programat E. Wilson, W. B. Sewell, C. H. Japan and one son, Harry Wheatley
Princeton, N. J., was guest on Mindanao, second largest Island Enjoying VacationIn .
Heton Conduct Nasworthy, Frank Ferrara, Charles lrlePa.:
Houseew Legion to the Rotary Club in the Philippine group. The '
speaker A. Darby, R..B. Alvarez Jun- 'I TrailerWhen She was a ember of the i
Location Prayer Service luncheon Wednesday. Lt. Guy Is Dixie was first on New Guinea House Church of God. Funeral arrangements "
ius M. Smith Mrs. T. F. Grady, I
a 14-day leave and then moved to the MoluccasIslands .
currently spending I Mr and Mrs. are not completed, pending ;
urge two-story frame houseng Sunday AfternoonRobert with his mother, Mrs. J. T. Guyat Guy Sale, :J. C. Hoover, E. L. group, south of the Philippines bought a trailer two Lacy weeks Wynn a&oand arrival of her son from Pennsyl- j

to Dr. and Mrs. :MId- Hampton, and his brother, Matthews, A. J. Thomas, N. last fall. Several days vania. J'I
Green, Post Commanderof left an Indefinite stay in
w a i moved Wednesdaye Fred Guy of Starke. Sternberg. M. Rabin, :J. B. Carlisle ago an Associated Press dispatch North and South Carolina with Mrs Grant and her mother 'i{
northwest of the local American Legion Post. been stationed at B. S. L. Peek, described the Division as being '
corner Lt Guy has W. Mundy relatives of Mr. Wynn's, It was came here about a year ago and
:thin of Court and ':Madi- No. 56 announced ''today that a I Princeton since September 1942 :Jr., WInn-Lovett Grocery, L. W. six miles north of Klbawe on the first time they had visited bought a home from W. P. Smith. .

eets to its new location on special prayer service will be held and gave an Interesting discus Koch E. W. Hayes, D. E. Knight Mindanao. her old home together since their They also owned several other ( '

walnut Street, .just north in the American Legion Hall, sion of the V-12 program; by Slstrunk Feed &: Seed Store Oeo. The Dixie occupies a war m marriage 35 years ago. Members pieces of property until 111 health

H. V. Knight home. afternoon at 2 m. This which the Navy is now training Kopelousos, Starke Beauty Shop, spot In the hearts of this com- of the family bad visited with forced Mrs. Grant to sell. '
house was moved In ordere 'Sunday p. young officers. The current policy Mrs. Florence Brown, Mrs. W. B. munity, having been the first them here and Mrs. Wynn had
Is In keeping with President Tru- men who have Jr., Jack Frledler, Mrs. Division to Camp BlandIng
: way for a new filling 3 to take young Mundy, occupy returned to her old home several Reported Unfavorably ,
to be erected on the site i man's Proclamation that Sunday already proved their worth with Bessie Davis, Roy Ward, E. J. late in 1940. It was originallymade times by herself, but Mr. Wynn, ,

Iph Cay Mr. Gay stateday I should be a day of prayer and the fleet and train them to be Dahmer, W. A. Bent, Jr., Tim up of National Guard units with the many and varied dutiesof A Senate Judiciary Committee
rather than to take civili- :Jordan Phil Vitsky. Lady Fair from Florida Mississippi and
that no definite dateen thanksgiving. officers, running a large farm, had Tuesday reported unfa vorably
set for starting con- All legionnaires are especially ans, Lt. Guy stated. Beauty Shop, KIngsley Lake Com- Louisiana and Includes a numberof never managed to find time to bills by Senator Charley E. Johnsof
on. asked to attend and the public is Many young men who could not mittee of 100, Sam Rosenberg, J. local men-Morris Jackson A. make the trip. Starke to abolish the State I
otherwise afford It are getting a Gary Ennis, V. R. Ferguson, De- E. Wall, A. W. Anderson, Davis Highway Patrol and the State
Invited. Neither Mr. :Mrs. are
cordially nor Wynn
valuable college education in this Witt C. Jones, Harry Lappe.All 1 Gassett and others. Hotel Commission. Johns cast
Store in excellent health, but both have 1
Building Lake HouseSale way, the speaker said members are urged to attend written friends la the past week the lone favorable vote for the i
, Buys an* Important meeting which Ten CiviliansGet measures.
NaawOrth proprietor of that they are feeling better than ,
p Top super Market re- of the E. W. Hayes cot- Stove ExplodesThe will be held In the courthouse Service AwardTen ever. They have no children and

Purchased from Chas. O. tage on Kingsley' Lake to Lt. tonight (Friday) at 8 o'clock. are really enjoying the lightheartedness -
truck made a
ridge of Lynn Mass.. the Col. O. W. Griffin of St. Augus- local fire civilians In the Starke area that comes with leavingall
reef week. brief run Wednesday about noon BirthsM. worries at home and ....... ,
building which houses tine was announced this cabin Recent received the War Department's your OpC '
t half of his large grocery The house Is a log cabin type and when a stove exploded in a Emblem of Civilian Service re- travelling: with your home behind Vo .llJJt'It '

3rket Mr. Nasworthy al- adjoins the lake' place of Col. i on..Christian St. belonging to Mrs.EJ. DEWEY WARREN, JR. cently. The award was established you. f .:. '
The only damage M. War- (1I'1ltuN,a 1it'1Ic1C
ownefl Ethel M. Dowllng Cpl. and Mrs Dewey to
the building that Griffin's sister, Mrs. wall- by Act of Congress recog- .. .
of .
9 the to a small area of Valdosta, Ga., announcethe Jt.
weal half of his Bigg was ren nize civilians who have completedsix Car Stolen 8
paper.> birth of a son M. Dewey. Jr., : months' satisfactory serviceat '). :

Action In Moody Field Hospital on Mon- a War Department Installa Thursday night of last week a
d In Wounded In Licenses Issued day, May 7. Mr*. Warren Is the 1939 Chevrolet sedan was stolen .
Pfo. Percy R. Green, son of former Miss Hazel Sapp of tion.Those who received the awardsare from inside the garage at the '. 1,
Starke, 'Ruby Hinton Starke, and Starke. Lonnle reilr of the home of Mrs. S. L. ,
ClUualty list stated Levy W. Green of Route 2 : Dorothy M. Conner, e \ a aC
(1. \\1nlam D. Stafford of was recently wounded in actionIn ert E. Lewis, Starke.Lake Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hufstetler, Crawford. Jr., Irene M. Wills, Peek. The key was not left in .
had been Elmo Cason. Russell Grlffls, the car, so the thief evidently
killed In action the European Theatre. Starke, announce the birth of a Ike Walker,
European Frances Martin Georgia. had his own or connected the
Theatre. Local daughter May 1. Gladys C. Sllcox, Joe A. Howard,
board officIals state that :Mr. and Mrs. D.: S. Cook and -T. L. DeLoach To !Ir. and Mrs. Vanny J. Allen 'and Frank Parks; Vergle.D. Aus- Ignition wires beneath the dash-
afford Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. board.> No trace of the car has i
Is in Carra- tin from Lawtey and
visiting born
not May
registered In little son are their home near Brooker daughter I
'mtv. 80 additional' InformaJI I belle and Madison on Mr. Cook's have moved Miami.from 8. Greene Jr., of Hampton, Fla. been> found up to this time.
< not be obtained. vacation. Marks to
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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH wherever you may be; young as well as old, because the I In Starring Role The Company carrying a special Out of town mail

future belongs to all of us. carload of scenery, costumes and tickets are handled al i Wise'l ordel'l
store in d_
-y Established Ian Here Are the Men 'Who Are Acting equipment. Gainesville "I
Marietta" Is the ve-
E. L. Matthew Editor and Owner For You At the Conference hicle"Naughty In which Nelson Eddy and Hope BaptistThere

lion. Edward R. Stettinius, Jr., Chairman. Jeanette McDonald rose to fame
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered a* Second CbiM) Matter motion picture version. It will be
Hon. Cordell Hull In the
: Tom Connally, Senator Homecoauol
at the Post Office at Starke. Florid. is full of rich comedy. romance a sing at Hope
Arthur II. Vandenburg, Congressman Sol Bloom, Con- : and of course the music of Her- OaptmTheiesua Cbur
4'' It was a solemn, sober V-E Day. gressman Charles A. Eaton, Dean Virginia C. Gilder. bert is conceded to be the best era from several May 13. SJIIf.

air at 9 sleeve, Commander Harold E. Stassen. he ever wrote. county 1 WillI*
President Truman's voice came on the The setting for the show Is In present Everyone !
a. m., announcing officially that the German forces had Address any of them at Convention Hall, San % Old New Orleans !In the days of come spend the day welcOllle*

q surrendered unconditionally. But there was no note Francisco, California ., -

of exultation in his voice, no note of celebration. Rather. To Keep It From Happening Again *H

was there only thanksgiving that the war iq i half over, Accept these words of our late great President ; Can Use More Pulpwood

I 'x ; and an appeal to Americans to stay on the job. Franklin D. Roosevelt. as your profession of faith in M

Outside the sky was gray and even as President a lasting peace: jrwr- WRITE TIMBER DEPT,

it Truman spoke the rain began to fall. Wouldit "This time we are not making the mistake of -S. ,. 'r Container Corp'n. of America, Fernandina, Fla.

be trite to say that the skies were weeping- waiting until the end of the war to set up the -

; i weeping for the millions who have lost their lives machinery of peace. This time, as we fight to- np ,

+:: in Europe and those yet to lose their live in the gether to win the war finally we work together to O 1'-'

Pacific? Perhaps!' that would be sentimentalism, keep it from happening again.

but at least it took little Imagination to comparethe

dismal! raindrops! to the tears that have bathed, The Gift That Only You Can Give .

.ia are bathing and will continue to bathe the world 'ri
for years to come. .
; Even the of the German capitulation was j. "" t"Sl. "\ PHOTOGRAPH '
as news
: .
cll G) @ Reed Lawton, male singing
4 coming over the air waves, local motion picture houses ; k tatof Naughty Marietta, Studio open each day till + ta
were showing official Signal Corps films of scenes in "- : ,,1 which comes to the University 9 p. m., including SundayNo -

A the German atrocity camps-More horrible than any- :'.:' "g ::::: ... . . Auditorium, Gainesville for one appointment necessary''
?1. ' ''' '" ''' ' night Sat..!faction Guaranteed
ti Monday
; May /
,s0 4 -.d 5 41._o.n.!.... A.m.imoirinnsl_ __ .un'.rno.. tiv--w U'man. As they. sat looking_ at h -'.I''hv-, ..I-JI. 1-..14AtlOCI........1..I.I.. .-.. ,<, > ,j _r."..n...".... _f._ ....._.._ _Irn... ........ .'ft._ .61..._ _
1r: these hideous pictures with sickened stomachs and appearance on the Chevrolet -
Some folks have a gift of gab I have a deal of
great respectfor
Hammersteln and Capitol HOLLYWOOD CAMERA & GIFT
awed minds the people must have been repeating to that amazing, while others are his marksmanship. Ab may Theatre hours and for his featured SHOP'ONWAY'S

& themselves, "This must:, not happen again. This must too dumb to say good morning not be a big eater but he eats per formancra on New
'lq} "s' r not happen again." when they meet you In the mIddle fast and long when he's got York's 8taice In Blossom Time, Call Street At Railroad
of the road. One of my old both feet under his wife's tableand
As he looked at the shriveled bodies of the friends, Truby Walnwrlght, can she's heaped It high with Roberta Naughty, Marietta"Naughty Vagabond King and

starved dead men and the vacant-eyed stare of tell me all the news he's gatheredIn what It takes to tempt a sick
ten weeks in ten minutes and man's appetite when he's down
/ the mad survivors, each person in the audience
talk about himself and his neighbors In the mouth. If my wife will
could well say to himself, "If it happens again that over half the time. He prepare me a big dinner like Tuneful
might be me or someone I love." And we know makes me think of my father, the Mrs. Ilelote fixes for Ab when

.; 41'W that Is true. No matter who you are, or where way he collects and Imports news he's feeling low, maybe I won't Hit To GainesvilleMusic
and gossip, so I guess that's one be down In the mouth, ait well
you are, if it happens again, you'll not escape. of the many reasons he and I are an down In the back, when she and stage fans will be.. 1/'
f No longer are there any hiding places in the old friends The only difference settles' with me for upending treated: Herbert's to a performance of Victor Service Station
Immortal musical
Is that It took father only that six
my cents for an apple Instead -
world. Rocket bombs and robot bombs have shown "
us Marietta
gem "Naughty when
about ten minutes to collect as of an air mail stamp. i PIIONE 147 RING 2 FOIt SERVICE
that. If there is another war it will be total . all- much news and gossip as he he American Civic Opera Company

ii 't embracing .. and death and destruction will rain weeks.could Impart to mother In two Crosby, Hutton Auditorium, comes In to Gainesville the University, Mon Q 9 Washing

is ;1 :, from the skies on all. And next time, if bur peace ef- So you see<< I'm not to blame And Tufts Star day night, May 14 in a gala May c, Polishing

forts fail, isn't it likely that the enemy will strike first for my gift of gab. I Inherit. In Florida Film music festival. Oil Changing

at America? The great productive might of our country Ml It. \Vflwter defines, m y Forty-five people are in the
t''ly''' ; cast headed Reed Lawton 9 Greasing
by ,,
has ton g u batter at verbosity' Playing at the Florida Theatre
been a crushing weight in the scales of two S
p well '
known radio and
uhll. my neighbors and friends Sunday and Monday will be the stage ) Waxing
$ world wars. Isn't it logical that the enemy would seek call It by another name that's musical comedy, "Here Come the one, and Joanne Leonard, blonde

to knock us out first next time? punier to, Hpell and pronounce Waves", starring Ding 1 Crosby, statuesque soprano. The operettawill Tire Repairs
but wouldn't look well In print. Betty Hutton and Sonny Tufts be presented in complete de-
'What Then Must 'We Do?
It's said that young folk's The story is about the Miller Crea and Herbert Marshall The ELECTRIC ARC
a, The road to peace is a long hard road. There is thoughts turn to love and poetry twins, Susie. and Rosemary, both story is unusual, since all the action WELDING

Y no easy road. ., but there is no other way. in the spring, so I presume that played by Betty Hutton. They Is based on an Incident which
+ old folks' thoughts turn to chicken are dancers but decide to join occurred before the start of the AMOCO
: I : it To win peace we must organize ourselves-some- pot pie or something else goodto the Waves for the duration. picture. Tell-tale evidence of a ONE HOUR
how. We must get the world together, as best we can. eat. Anyway I went over to While in training, they meet the murder in the house adjoining
7 Out Kelly's grocery a few days ago singing Idol of the nation playedby McCrea'a sets the stage for the CIS ,
,.;pf \. Ready and bought one of those'delicious Crosby, who falls In love with subaeaueni events. Hall hired AAa ,
'' i'r 'America, wnicn twice in a quarter century apples he sells for six 'cento--one Rosemary, while Susie falls for governess I to Jer-two' -children -
cent for the apple and five cents him. That'a where the fun be- U1LGREASE fir
; 1' has seen hundreds of thousands of her sons and instinctively feels the pres-I
1 federal tax. Tis said that gins
money ence of some mysterious elementsand
,; fathers and brothers killed and maimed, has made Is the root of all evil, but I ;
sometimes With the aid of Windy, playedby tries to get to the bottom of 6UffKYSfftVlft/
+n up her mind. America is ready to go to work and think that its the love of Sonny Tufts, Susie I con- the weird goingson.The .

( wrgiinl/.e-all the polls show it. Seven out of every what money will buy that's the trives to win the groaner'a at house in question, onehat's
'r stem and branch and leaves. Anyway tentlons. Tufts, also in love with
ten Americans been vacant and boarded RIDE
they to International
say are ready join an up
I spent that six cents for an Rosemary; does
everything possible for is AUTO LITE
I many years, about to be
organization to maintain world peace. apple Instead of buying an airmail to block Bing's romance. old, which paves the way for a FLORIDA BATTERIESMOTOR
;r A Ileginning Has Been Made stamp to mall a letter to my Things are even more complicatedby police Investigation. In the face
; son Bill. Now when wife LINES
my the fact that both Bing and of such
knowledge, the murderer
At Dumbarton Oaks the United States, Great finds out about it, which she Is Sonny are Navy gobs; When the makes nightly visits to

Britain, Russia and China agreed on proposals for a sure to do when she Inventories final showdown' comes,, plenty of crude evidence, In the form remove of BUSSES .
t ,, world my pockets tonight, I'm liable to surprises are in store for' those blood For ts/Ii/M//I/lNlf
7.; organization with the following : 1. To stains. Safety
purposes be driven out of the house, If not present. tV .
: k maintain peace and security for all nations. 2. To the garden. Makes no differ- .. Playing Tuesday, Wednesday brings The the climax murderer of the to taut light story and Comfort & Economy

''j bring about peaceful settlement of disputes. 3. To ence where you buy them, applesare and Thursday Is "The Unseen", clears the way for a promising Take Care Of It
work for the economic and social betterment of all pea costly starring Gall Russell, Joel Me- romance.
And Awaking of being run
ples of the world
Y' out of the house remind me
At San Francisco the nations of the world are that my young friend, Louie

t'', seeking to advance still further along the road Lee Walnwrlght, has a dog but 11
} to world
no dog houae. I've hinted to Tocame
c"" tJp;, organization and world peace. The general proposalsto Louie that he should build a suayecito..Have a Coca-Cola

? be considered are: 1. An Assembly of all nations to nice big dog house with wide (MAKE rr ) .
doors on each aide 1 but he
make policies for the United Nations. 2. A Security
dcn't deem to pay any atten-
44 Council of eleven members charged with the maintain tion. However I'm going to

i, ing of peace. 3. An Economic and Social Council to keep dlntc-donging at him until
he does,. for I somehow like
promote the general welfare of the people of the na- that
boy and wouldn't want toe
+ ? tions. 4.. A World Court before which legal disputes ., him get In the dog house

> ,I : between nations can be settled. without room enough to skin d n "
b f y .
out without
From Here On It's Up to YourS being skinned.
Now It doesn't take old acre in I
::san rrancisco is not the end ot the road . it all Instances, to make old friends.
i i is the beginning! If you want permanent peace and Take little Freddie Moore and '
r have the myself, for Instance. He isn't old 1 1i 1
faith that I ,
t' permanent is
peace possible, t"., 5
11 of you enough yet to go to school while a
5 w "rp can help by making your voice heard at San Francisco I'm almost as old as Methusela : i "f 1
; i1 wan when he drowned during the r I Ipx
flood. However, Freddie has
; Here's What You' Can !)o known mall his life and I've

Write NOW to any of the United States delegatesyou known him ever since before he el! d wt
could sit d
alone. Then too, Freddie
want to influence. They want your help, They thinks a lot of his father,
j ;1 s want to know what the people of America think. Speak W. F.. and so do I, ao that gives

your mind frankly. Remember that in doing so u* something In common. W. P.
I N and I have at least
be one thing In
may saving yourself and loved
your ones from
tOo He has a bevy of
"i death in an enemy torture camp twenty years from pretty little girls, and I love
Po : .y0s now. pretty little girls nearly as well
i. as he seems to love his.
If you don't know how to
express yourself
say Then take
u my door
t something like this: neighbor, Albert Helot, and my-

"A beginning) has been made. Let MS!' find ways MIll."e have at tout one
tiling In common. lie
to go forward. Let us organize with the other na- fond .>f fried chicken and no very am

lions of the world for world peace. There must I. Ab seen to respect me for

be no more wars. There must be better not robbing Ills hen root and a good
ways. e e neighbor in
Let as find them." Acapulco 1

If you have never before written to any of the . just like mother Friendliness knows no borders. Down beyond the Rio Grande, the

men and women who represent you in our great used to make"LAPPE Invitation 114". a CM meets the same as" friendly
democracy, for your own sake and the sake of those warm response here at home. It's. /
you a
hold dear gracious form of friendliness that is
make this understood and
first welcomed
your message! in any clime, i f
Say 'What You Relieve! In any language. Your American fighting man knows that to offer Coca-Cola

This is your world. Make it YOUR peace. Is an International passport to refreshment and friendly ,
companionship in
Speak and write in your own words what many foreign lands

t awY# ; self think. Use few words or many; in a letter you or your-on .
a postal card 7? tOTTllO UNOII AUTHOIITT Of TMI COCA You CocCoU
; on notepaper or wrapping from -COiA COMPANY .r beer;
paper; called by iU ehbrevlelus>
farm i friendly
city, town village, shop STARKE *

factory, school or COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. \ ot Both The mean Coc -the qComp"

t ? .O I94S It.*C.C Co'AGE

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11, 1945
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By Joyee. .AtklD50n. .S .

,,;A.da,'I'-IOS\1tY.held May MWSlOl"'jr.the and 6 Church, lunch RALLY All Rally of day was Cody DAY services out-of-Sun3 was- ALL OU ORrHE! r

Mr. and
1 speakers Included
r rI'Lee Willis\ W. M. LawbonS'MrS. :

I Mandy Kruse. <

Mrs J' B. Rusa Mrs. Wilson )
Mrs. Ernest Buss were
In Starke Saturday.
iDDlnfr Vf I Strickland of Perry
lies her daughter, M rs.

I visiting!' this week. . .
staff Bgt E. M. Lewis and 1 I ;

Mrs. E. J. Lewis. Miss rt
her ',
Mae Lewis, Jean and Edward rhR1I
jlcott and Allen Lewis were

,pplng in Gainesville Wednesf .
H Henderson of Gainesville
a Sunday dinner guest of
and Mis. Loy Mott and fan .

carl E, Heard, Bkr. 2-c andlit i
Smith of Bainbridge, Ga,
Jre visiting friends here this

Beltend.Mr .

[EEtler fttrs.d family:Tommy Sunday J.and B.were Mrs.Ravels Thomas afternoon.visiting Ressie and 0 son Mr.fLake Carlton Don and. The Biggest War Lo_ lye of All !F A

f.Jacksonville were visiting Mrs.
Una Hayes and family SaturMr. I

[ and Mrs. E. J. Lewis had I
\ their dinner guests Sunday; ."I r
and Mrs Max Lewis and

.u hter. Dorothy, Mr. and Mr ..,111', i

[iie Slkes and Mrs. Minnie Loper ... .'
| j a c k s o nvllle, Miss Juaalta
i of Newberry and Mrs. L. FMrs. .

Wilson Russ and Mrs.
B. RUSS were In Alachua on

mess Mr. and Tuesday.Mrs. D. ,Thomas of be DEATH
Their "Quota"

cksonvllle ce Thomas were and visiting Mrs. T.Mrs.C. may

lly Saturday.
.Mrs Allie Andrews and sonsd
> and Barney and Mrs. Bar-
Andrews of Miami were visit-
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis

. lay, Your Quota is Bigger Bonds
:Vr. and Mrs. Roy Green were
pppfng. in Gainesville Tuesday. .
jMisa Rosa Lee Allen has gone tttt..wa.aR
j Tampa where she will be an f. -
uploye of Western Union Tele-
mph thel d.
|Lt and Mrs. Bill Bingham of
of the In. R" ?s* ftA+ AL
TIIR war
tempo ?
relays i
her visited friends and AS ''
here last week. s d creases . as the lines of com w wy, t
lAlbcrtice Miller was In New municutioii( grow longer . as the rr tr .

pxlco on business last week. need for new gun, new tank, new '' i
i-Sgt. Ovid Lewis is spending V IVS planes prows more urgent: . the a ,
ew days leave with his mother, Ai I cost of the war is at an all-timo high. "

3. Annie Lewis. 0 That is reason Number 1 why t r
:Miss Betty Ifazel, Green Is at V V L ,
hark this
American must '
ding Masaey's Business Cole V1:' every true it .t'r III
In Jacksonville. MIGHTY 7TH War Loan Drive beyond
{ of what he thinks he
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Carlton of all limits i
ke Butler were visiting" Mr.. ran afford. .? i M1rV

il I Mrs. Ressle Carlton Sunday. V .1 Reason Number 2 'Is that tills --,
frs. Edna Hayes and daughter,, drive is really two drives in one. By ; I ;
Ella h :Mae, were In Starke on V k last had subscribed .
V this time year you ..
Siness Monday, 41y
to two War Loans. ,
Carl E. Heard, USN and C. M. I
jiith of BainbrIdge, Ga, ands. Yes, the need is. greater than ever V
C. L. Atkinson and daugh- II t before. And YOU . everybody
fs. Joyce and Ilean, were visit. + + . must invest a greater portion ,J V4.V '
in Starke Sunday.' s t e 0 of your Income . of your cash '.

eoman W, C. Crosby of Green y reserves . in War Bonds Now! r I,
ve Springs has been spending J J Study the chart on this page. Figure iy II '
eral days leave with his .t i1 g aria ;
par- { : I, a out your personal quota- x ?
fa. 1 II a make ill ? ,,
Mra. Rita Brown of RaIford Is i \

ndlng this week with her I. 11 n a ... BUY MORE AND BIGGER BONDS ; ,
ghter and aon-tn-law, Mr. and I
1-9. Loy Mott. You already know that War Bonds r '
Truby Plnholster attended a best and safest investment .
Pa bang Sunday.convention In Jackson- t 1 % e in are the world . that you get back tutV' I

t at maturity $h for every $S you l ltw
1 invest . that they safeguard j jI
fine Level Church ,a fi'""'' your future security . and MIGHTY (

There" will be an all day Fel- FIND YOUR QUOTA..AND MAKE 17... 'that you can cash them In on ,J I',
'ship Meeting at Pine Level '' 0 a moment' notice? in case ofemergency. .
Ptlst Church Sunday, May 13. Ip YOUR YOUR PERSONAL MATURITY e So let's go, Americans .
member this is Mother's Day AVERAOI WAR BOND IS. 7TH VALUE WAR LOAN or !! Let's back those gallant

pay tribute to your mother.ere PER MONTH WAGS IS. (CASH QUOTA VALUE) ION OS BOUGHT lioys>> who are fighting and dying I ,
will be Sunday School'and for us on far-flung battlefields A ,
ther's Day program, followeda $230 $18750 $250 the world over. Let's all buy J
message by the pastor, the 225-230 150.00 200 r bigger lionds and more of them,
v. W E. Hall and a flowerIce. 210-223 131.25 175 right noitt WAR LOAN I

Everyone Is cordially Into 200-210 112.50 150 ,4.k I i
attend these services.
125 "
pre will( also\ be services In the 110.200 93.75 Dollars
*ernoon need later.; the speaker will be an- 140-18O 100140Under ;:: 1: People's Quota: Seven i


;Ittam AND h ORDER 371 Johrmnn J"nklni NOTIC 01.1'Jenklnx.>PUBLICATION Defendant.TO APPEAR Plaintiff Case vn. Eve' .60a! . "where. 8gfl1ftl'el1ffl"I1fJItE. : !

RTATE ham JT FLORIDA to: Set.who.e .
Jenkins address 1 I.,
'{'"..f* "A" US Rn.ln..rln I "I', .
nn. .;
PostsdNto J i This Advertisement Sponsored by The Following Members of The Victory Club .
irt 1818 In the above named.
and reuse. wherein plaintiff
,k..*..annulment"ame. and Bradford restoration County of GIFT SHOP FRANK'S FINE FOODSJORDAN'S TEMPLE & LAKE SERVICE STATION ,;'

o: P tour ha11 publish. this Order WONDER BAR DENMARK FURNITURE CO.LEILA'S .
weekly .ellue.
I ,
.S. this May ff. C. WALL, THE STAG
FWIAf. SJ01AL) Member F. D. L C. SHAFKIN'S
Clerk of A. 3. Tlaomae ? '
Attr. for PIC. 1_4 4' 1-11 BAMBOO S T E R N B E R G SMARUCA'S




Telephone THE SMART SHOP '
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11 .11 I' SOCIETY and CLUBS Ladies Council Mrs. Epperson circling the roof around tops. town An Intermission just above

Met Last WeekThe Hostess To WCTUThe was given at school by Principal
"...- fowling and the student body en-
Ladles Council of the First meeting of the Laura H. Joyed the exhibit very much." '
Ladies Auxiliary Beauty Marks Christian Church held Its regular Scott W.C.T.U. at the home of Just in passing I noted that the at the club -

l'-1. Met Tuesday G. A CoronationAt monthly executive meeting; at the Mrs. Lorena Epperson Friday aft- following star pupils were on the ?
church, Thursday evening May ernoon was well attended. First Grade Honor Roll that

isa The Ladles Auxiliary of the Baptist ChurchIn 3. Mrs. Lester Kite, President, The devotional period was con- month: Lois Colley, Ruth Stern-

Presbyterian Church held its regular beautiful and impressive was In charge of the meeting and ducted by Mrs.. Epperson who berg Julia Etta Canova, Paul
] business meeting on Tuesday a held Candlelight in the Rev. W. O. Smedley acted as used the subject: "Peace". Many Knight, Est e J lie I Kendrick and
r' at the Church Service Cen- the ceremony church Wednesday by night of secretary in the absence of Mrs. beautiful thoughts were broughtout Thelma Andreu . a f-
ter. Mrs B. C. Holtzendorf, Maude Andrews. and climaxed in a. solo] : -- C
last week, the following girls were I
president, presided the first hour; recognized in the Court of Christ The Council decided to appointa "Sweet Peace" sung by Mrs. But to get hoik to the modern

i then Mrs. O. B. Stansbury, Vice. the King by Miss Elsie Renfroe committee to get started with Madge Futch. scene . Hear the Woman's
", President, took the chair. The the work of remodel 1 n the
State Baptist Young People's DI- g Reports of the District meeting Club May Breakfast was a lovely
I 4, minutes of the last meeting were rector: 1st Maidens; Agnes Lawson church. They also selected a com- held recently in Gainesville were event Wednesday morning, and It fP
i read and the Treasurer Mrs. C Merle Rltch. Shirley Shaw mittee to continue with the spec- given by the members attending, I I certainly] should have been, what rC
l F. Ward, reported $12307. and Gwendolyn Newsome. Ladlesin ial work which had been started and routine business was con- with Thelma Jennings and Lucile T c cr

r .4 There will be a dinner given Waiting; Joyce Gatewood, with soldiers and their. families. ducted by the President, Mrs. O. Green tolling till 1 a. m. to makeit _,
; after services at the church, Sun- Sylvia Alvarez Geraldine] Shaw, Mrs. Ara Moltt resigned as E. Stanabury. so . Thelma gave full]] playto AIE MS

) ____ day, May 13, at the Woman's Joan Tenley.] Julia Lawson and Treasurer of the Council and, The name of Mrs. F. A. Scottas her artistic talents . She'k .,,y Y nq, ,
h __ Club Building, In honor of the Idelle Landrum Princesses; Helen Mrs Louise Newman was elected i a memorial member was pre- 'quite an artist, you know, and Arwlk G.MT-.stet.AL.A Cbl.'.Nr11.r M w,*e.o.1.A,

'r_ soldiers] and their wives who attend -I Haloes, Frances Morgan, Edna to take that position.A sented and added to the memorial sketched In the adv. dept. of a
.f r services at the Presbyterian Coleman] and Minnie Lou Hazen. special program for Mother's list. big Jacksonville store before com-

Church. This will be an out- Queens; Peggy Ann Wiggins, Joan Day is being planned and Misses Several Items of WCTU interest ing to Starke . Haven't seen I
I standing event, since It is the I Dlnkins, Joyce Newsome and Dot. Dorothy Lappe, Dorothy Johns, the Milton Brownlee yet, but hearhe's
first since Victory 1 n Europe. Evelyn] and Catherine Colson were were brought before meeting I.lA.I
tie with in town . Guess he'll]] be
_Mrn._ W.... _3.. riiamllpr_ ____ and___ _Jdtra_. .I Sue.. Biggs._ Queen _scepter ..nnnlnt.... "nw A an.rt.l flnur.r" .nm i for discussion.The .....___ on. _u. _u_ .. _ _
Maage jurowniee. vueen xto- .rr---------------- ousy fur me next jew aays,
K O. E. Stansbury with Mrs. K. O. ;mlttee for that day next meeting will be held
gent. Jeanette Priest. The Queen catching up on his Mom's good
1aY'P Duncan, as chairman, were ap- I Regent I la the highest step in the The Council voted to extend the ]last Friday In May at the cookln' . Imagine my surpriseto rno l"-er'J :JJal
to the tables. home of Mrs. J. T.
pointed arrange Girl's Auxiliary and Miss priest thanks to everyone who has do- Qufgley. drop in at the Kopelousos home
: An Interesting letter was read was presented with a green and nated toward the building fund. Wednesday and find them dying
a from Mrs. Mabel Cress of Crescent -I white satin cape indicating that The monthly meeting will be I Baptist WMS NotesThe eggs and otherwise. celebrating IS NEXT SUNDAY

y; qry, City. sayinghe was sending she wan Queen Regent and that held with Mrs Maude Andrewsat Easter t . No, they didn't get
,, i I :, a new directory of the Officers it la on the shoulders of well i her home on Madison St., WMS of the First Baptist mixed up on the calendar-it's the We still
(.' of the North Florida Pre byterlal. trained youth that the mantle of Thursday, May 18 at 8 p. m. Church will hold its regular regular time for traditional Greek have many beautiful

,'; A letter of thanks was also received leadership must fall in the years monthly meeting Tuesday May observance .. k articles for this
\ from the Hospital in Puerto ahead. Mrs. F. H. Long was In Jack- 15, at 3:30( p. m. Circle Two will special

'k t Rico for supplies sent them. I The Rev. L. D. Haines introduc- sonville Tuesday.. be in charge: of the program. C t ant. Elmo Stnith Bends the occasion.

4 The meeting closed with sentence I o_<1 I..hoi. n t.eA-r.__._ n__' ttl.4_._ PIrlA".i._u. ..___. I following -
C a prayers for V-B Day.TurnerWimberly. liary; Jr. Leader, Mrs Jesse New- clipping: "On a South- I IA
west Pacific Island ]last week,, ,
some, Intermediate Leader, Mrs. American captured a Jar witha
IiI'j V. H. Carden, Young People's Director L r low opinion of Florida, U.S.A.
I r Mrs. Ralph Alvarez, Royal
Reason: he thought that the! Stateof
} and Mrs. Wallace Maxwell Ambassador Leader, Mrs. Clyde
I, I ; Florida was where he had been
Wimberly announce the marriage I I
Priest and Director of Music, Mrs.Each .
h. fighting. His commander told
of their daughter. Fannie Wini' .".nn. . -"..'n". .. _
r fred, to Robert Vlnaon v - him so." Elmo adds: "I'll bet JoeWilson's
Turner. girl some part of
'; The marriage was an event of the material which she had learned To sum It up In a nut shell, adage that "history repeats it- and Junius Smith's ears oLucicn oLelona Per
December 13, 1944 at the home of I In order to earn her positionin V-E Day found Call Street witha Belt" , For instance, the 4th will burn when they see this. llnlJ\
.i ) l Judge J. R. Townsend In Lake the court and was awardedthe thankful heart and an empty Liberty Loan Drive was just being On one of our missions In the

t Butler. They were attended by arm band signifying her de- stomach . Every restaurant in launched, even as our 7th Philippines we had a Jap prisonerand
)' : Pvt. and Mrs. J. M. Reddish, Jr. gree. The girls and directorswore town shut down except a coupeof War Loan Drive is getting under- while the S-2 was talking] to AND TOILET ARTICLES

Mr.!i Turner Is at present an white evening dresses and hamburger and short order way now . Quite a difference him I was present. The Jap asked -

employe of the Seaboard AirLine corsages in their hair made by stands and hungry Army wives in the quotas, however . Backin if he would be allowed any ,., ,
l ,1 l V Railway. They are making Mrs. S. E. Sparks and Miss Seleta roamed the streets all] day, those days 'twas $159,150: : : for preference in choosing p r 1 son
ti ;ktt their home here. parka.! munching candy bars and peanut Bradford County (which also included camps. The S-2 asked why and Beautiful Compacts
ti. .. butter crackers, in a vain search what Is now Union Coun- the Sap replied, 'Well, I am in
At tt>e conclusion of the coronation -
+ service, the congregation for something more substantial' ] ty), while our current bond quotaIs Florida now and before I returnto Dresser Sets
I 4 ACTION I RELIEF joined in singing "All Mall the . Quite a few worried mothers $307,000 . The 1918 drive Japan' I would like to see
searched high and low for milk was headed by E. S. Matthews' Miami. If the folks back at home
power of Jesus' Name, and the
could see some of the things that and Many Other Items
benediction was pronounced by for their babies, since the grocer- aided by the following chairmen:
t FOR ACID INDIGESTION Mr. Halnes. lea were all closed, too . But Lawtey, W. F. Godwin; Brooker, happen over here, they would

After the recognition service, somehow we all managed to pull John Shrlver; Starke, N. T. Ritch; laugh one minute and their hair
mothers, daughters and directors through the day and Wednesday Hampton, A. A. Durden; New would stand on end the next".

were invited to a banquet in their night Call Street once more donned River, O. W. Andrews; Graham, PAY US A VISIT AND SEETHE
honor in the church annex. I its glittering neon finery and I W. J. Jones; and Theressa, R. C. Thanks for the tip Elmo, and
seemed back to 'Heiberger I'll see if I can't persuade the LARGE
Tables were placed in a horse- quite normal VARIETY OF
shoe shape and the May basket what with the brown-out declaredno .. Chamber of Commerce to send

theme was carried out with a longer necessary. Also noted that those budding you some literature so you can SUITABLE MERCHANDISE

ri SOe @ large rose May basket filled with young merchants, Fred Stump and convince those slap-happy Jappiea
that they're a long, long
easier lilies. The nut cup favors Evidently: Callatrertera! took the Nat Sternberg were right In their from way -S srrrr.rrSsrJrSss anr.r ass
our lovely] Florida-but
were roses from the basket. "no celebrating"* command seri- pitching, sponsoring a full page
I-i Carpenter's' Drug StoreStarke's Table decorations were arranged ously and no one I interviewed Liberty Bond ad . J. E. Futch, .near, as I hope they'll ever get!

by a committee composed of would own up to cutting any high County Food Administrator, was | KOCH DRUG ST01
Mrs R. A. Green and Mrs. L. H. jlnks. Mae Parker. washed asking folks please to lick their
So .
long See in
Jennings._ clothes . Nita Dobbs shampooed platters clean, and Mrs. A, .M. ' you rr .
f .
J ,1 I r p '='-1' The serving coinmttee consisted her hair .': Rita Brennan Darby was director of Red Cross next
_ of Mrs. T. B. Harding. Mrs. went to Camp because she couldn't woman's work In the county . -Carolyn. I
C. A. Knight, Mrs. .Jessa New- find anything to eat In Stark I The flu epidemic was sweepingthe ,

( some, Mrs. D. A. Monteith and . Judge Perryman sat on hi? county, taking a heavy toll .
Miss 'of and Dr. .;:I> --in IV 'I ..,...... ..-
Alice June Harding.The front porch and enjoyed a rock lives J. C. Wills, Dr. > --u a
general comm I t tee in ing chair . E. W. Hayes went E. T. Campbell and Dr. W. E. J. $. _

charge of all arrangements included fishing In the Gulf , Eva Middleton of Hampton were being .
l Mrs. Paul Canova, Mrs. Stump opened birthday and lauded for their untiring efforts .IIfI1' .. -= ,.

E. Lawson Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Mother's Day gifts . Bessie In attending the sick . .
Mrs. Bill Mills Mrs. Lacy Con- Davis, Ruby Allison and the Mc- Dr. J. P. Tomlinson had It himself -
a v way and Mrs. L. A. Canova. Millens! enjoyed a quiet picnic at . Among our service men,
Kingsley , Lucile and Haven Abe Bessent and 'Aubrey Moore
:; I Methodist Suppers Crosby. worked, the Clerk's office had just arrived safely] overseas --
i The being the only thing open In the . '

finest Tonight (Friday) at 7:30: ( p. m. courthouse . All in all, It seems
_ / the second of two covered dish that Callstreeters observed V-E Then, as now, there was still I
D /1 restaurant B suppers will be held in the recrea- Day much as they would have time for a little society' and an

4f'r tion building of the Methodist any other day. except most of 'em Interesting event of Nov. 29, 1918

and bar Church. The first supper. was didn't work was the lovely party honoring
x held Thursday night. little Miss Julia Etta Canova on

,, r These events are sponsored by Just out of curiosity. I thumbed I her sixth birthday anniversary r I
the W.SC.S. and the Official back through the Telegraph files . Julia Etta, of course, was %'- 11 11

Board for the purpose of pro- a bit to see how Call Street was none other than our famed "Judy"and I
SIZZIJNQSTEAK A moting fellowship among the behaving Itself] along about Nov- the Telegraph's society reporter NC
members of the church. All members ember 1918 when that first V-B of that day. describes the

1 on the roll were invited to Day was proclaimed . I found following prophetic incident: "The
attend either Thursday night or folks doing much the same as we little people played games and v I j dd4i
LOBSTER Friday night. today, further proving the old enjoyed chorus singing. Leila Dea r, t.. , i (

- Andrews sang 'Over Thorn' A" A -.;
t4 SHRIMP: IVI solo and the-young- hostess------ sang-- ,- ..,.. -..,:'\'

i,prtaj 'Bring Back :My"'Daddy to Me', .. I '
b bllt.

_ a... CHICKEN1r !I ] ::111t7tWflhI1SUNDAY '] proving talent" .that. .she To also]quote has further musical: a : 'Ins

"When refreshments were an- .....
nounced. little Misses Eunice ... '-S.;,.
MONDAY MAY 13 14 (Bunny) Canova and Evelyn w

B Stump ]led the march into the '" ... _.
,; For .y",
f Cheer! Cheer! The Gang's All Here! dining room" . They wouldl] ,,' -...... '-6 --..... "" .

5X "A* Mtl.* .m. MMI_. .mm -
t Connoisseurs I M ra.w, ny .... Seems that life in those
,i $e i days MAKING TWO
was not without ita 'tribulations] BLaDESrow

and the alert Lawtey correspondent r r
0 dispatched the following In recent years farmers of the South have others who have toiled through the yean

__ t I i ofGood breathless paragraph: . "While literally fulfilled their ambition to make two for the improved methods now so muain
Mrs. J. H. Moore blades
and sons were grow where one grewbefore.Through evidence. .
Food attending revival services at their the use of improved
church last Sunday evening, some tion soil varieties crop rota The Seaboard Railway through its Agricultural
malicious improvement,more f judicious made
and ai person or persons, presumably of fertilizers use Development Service has
0 e'r ] boys bent on ah errand better cultural methods effective contribution to the South's agri
,t''' Drinkp' PARAMOUNT'S"HERE of stealing cane, helped themselves crop yields have been greatly increased. culture. Along the Seaboard's lines
to Mrs. This heft
COME THE WAWE9"I.At. riage to use Moore's for their horse wicked and pur-car- culture is has real not progress.stopped But there.southern Diversification agri crops have been introduced, farmers

.. pose and then been aided in solving production problems
Sr mil Mints eii SANDRICH .I.e.Atl.. left it loose some- is the order of the
where on the day so that the and profitable'
., ., road. The animal, South is assisted in finding
A I finding itself without a driver, down to the ones markets. Hand-in-hand with other cow

TUES. WED. THURS. MAY 15 16 17 instinctively followed the road crop system. structive forces in Seaboarf
Pt:4 home. Large credit for the our territory
Mrs. Moore South's
( phoned her progress in will >
e continue work for prolperity
: : husband to greater
: : to meet the horse and agriculture is due to the State Colleges all
:: bring It back to town, which was agricultural experiment among our friends and patronJ
ui. 1,0r.t; harm done. was Fortunately done, but, no a serious careful agents, the Soil Conservation Service county and the farms of the South.

watch is
i. Dining OutTonight being kept and the per-
i petrators of
1 ,,,7; f such outrages in the
? : "x future will be given the full penalty -

.. have -; SEE... of the law." A3OAL
dinner here In a pleasant
; FASCINATED al "' -
1' atmosphere| where
p ,1 the food will be you know f.; BY A MAN took Another history-making event L
} flcllcloiuily place
cooked and [ SHE DARES I. this time, described -
attractively served. as follows: "Starke had Mors
\ NOT Buy
Its first AIR LINE
visitation from RAILWAY 80N0f
.:" an airplane WAR
; TRUST I ._.
trtr, I '>f f uu wASw,ya last Friday. Five planes
returning from
,t to
325 Temple Are.. t'Af."j: the field] at Arcadia passed in
., : +
kIl .
....,.,....,,\........ 55 full view of the town. The aviator The Seaboard rongronlak.
In. charge of No. 63 spun JOO Florida
I k gave us a years of SClJtchooJ and

very much appreciated exhibit Prorr...

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DGtY 11. 1945 >nn CYHTNTV 'I'r.f.11'ORAP". RTAHKR. -
== ".v w ensue (

r of LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Edwin st. John A-C Earl H. Johnson la arriv- I

BITS and Mrs. V. S. St. John spent Ing today from Randolph Field,

I Sunday in Hawthorne with Mrs. Texas to spend a 15 day leave ..ere's. Another Way to
St. Johns' parents, Mr and Mrs with his wife.
Sgt. Apr Mr and Mrs. W B. Mundy, Jr., A. H. Palling i
'1'118 op Patterson died and daughter Clair Jean are visit- W. B. Sewell Lt.-Col. and Mrs O. W. Griffin
r'. at croaby ing Mr. Mundy's. underwent a minor went to their home In St. Augus-
burled parents, Mr. and
8 ke and Cemetery was Mrs Laurens W., S.B, C.Mundy, this week., Sr.? In operation in Raiford at the, State Tuesday.Farm He Hospital is tine Kingsley Monday Lake.after a week's stayon Look at It //1

York City
Knight of New on two weeks' vacation from his
paul his parents, S-Sgt. Curtis H. Coldlng Is duties at the bank Mrs. Garland Parnell of Ports-

lIS been visiting D. E. Knight for spending a few days with his E. J. Dahmer underwent a days mouth this Va.week, la with spending her brother several Mister,that cord of pulpwood I'I'you've
pastbtwo weeks. He left wife here while enroute from Ft. tonsilectomy at St. Vincent's Hos-
e' and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
by plane to resume his Jackson S. C., to Ft Benning, pital in Jacksonville Tuesday. He K. G. Duncan ,, I just cut may look like
hursday Director for Ga.' He went to Plant City will return home the latter partof
'ork as Production Broadcasting Company Thursday to visit his parents. this week. Guests of Mrs. R. A. Green this sticks of wood to you, but it ::1
taUonal week her sister Mrs. J. W,
are ,
Irving Abrams Director of
he Mr. and :Mrs.
While here, W. N Carnaslonleft
Radio City. for the Clay-Bradford County Health Harris and daughters, Mary Lou will look mighty different to
mother spent a few dayst Wednesday a 10 day: trip
his and Yancy Kate of Gainesville
nd to Unit left Thursday for a month's
Jacksonville Beach. Philadelphia. vacation in. Chicago. The clinic Week-end guests of Mr. and I I the Japs. This will give you

will remain open during his ab- Mrs C. A. Knight were Mrs.
Steaks aenco. Mrs. Knight's brother and sister an idea i :
The finest Cpl. and Mrs Alton Dobbs were In-law Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shep- .
Shrimp Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and herd and daughters Mary Lou
foodsat Mrs. Arch Dobbs In Raiford. and Patsy Ann, of Lake City. .o. :;1A Lt I,
9 Mrs. J. C. Robinson of Apopkais Betty Ann Flynn Is spending i
SEA FOOD visiting friends here this week. a week with her aunt, Mrs. L. M.
reasonable FISH OR Mrs. Lily S. Lewis of Apopkais Gray In Gainesville '
MEATprices spending some time with hereon Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Flume :

PLATE and daughter-in-law, Mr. and went to Valdoata, Ga., Wednesday :
LUNCH Mrs. James A. Lewis. of last week to visit their daughter BLOOD PLASMA CONTAINERS WEATHERPROOF MAPS
..I Air Cadet William (Buddy) and son-n-law"Cpl.! ) and Mrs. /.j 4:100"'Hllluproofpack: 6120 cheat of weather I
Call St.
Court & ., With Two Colson of Boca Raton Air Field Resale Colton and to celebratethe 1y.P -lie* for shipping blood proof paper for military laplume.
J Vegetables45c arrived yesterday for a three day 1st birthday of their granddaughter map.
George Kopelousos leave with his parents, Dr. and Diane, Thursday.
OwnerUIDON Mrs. Lemuel Colson. Mr and Mrs. C. A. Knight haveas "Kn RATIONS u
Mrs. B. W. Curry of Jackson guests this week, Mrs. Knight' '/ weatherproof fibre container*
ville Is the guest this week of mother, Mrs James Shepherd. for field rationt. 90,000 420 round for a Oarand nit.u .
109 mmhell /
Mrs. Errol Alvaiez Mrs. Curry f and Mrs. J. E Powell and son 24 16-Inch naval sh.lts i
URILL"Eat will be remembered here as Miss J. E. Jr., of Jacksonville. PARACHUTES

Thelma Seals, a former resident Recent recipients of the War tN( V 1484 I cargo p"rachuteeror
of Starke. Department emblem for six luppliei,or flare*. J L_ SHELL CASINGS
At The Best And Forget The Rest" Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Sayles of months civilian service at Camp &J [' J 2148 watertight contain I

Miami were recent guests of Blanding' Included Dorothy Conner ( HOSPITAL WADDING O JpT ...for 37 mm ihell ,,\ (9
Judge and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman. Lonnie Crawford, Jr.,' Irene 1644 hospital wadding for field ,: r
Mrs. Savles and Mrs. Perryman M. Wills, Ike Walker, Russell treatment or operation.
are sisters. Grlffls, Gladys Silcox, Joe A, Howard VICTORY BOXES
Mrs. R. M. Lee and son Bobble Frank Parks of Starke; Ver AVIATION VESTS 156 weatherproof chipping cooN -

LET US DEPARTMENTALIZEYOUR arrived Tuesday from Greenwich, gie D. Austin of Lawtey and 800 wadded ".*.* for taklCO.
.iI Cnnn., for an indefinite visit with Paul E. Greene, Jr., of Hampton. high altitude flying.
BUSINESS Mrs. Lee's parents, Mr. and Mis.K. Mrs. W E. Mlddl ton will te' zs
;. J. Dowling. turn today from Jacksonville FIRST AID i
Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs.J. where he spent this week with 333C1lndi"ldualklt.wlth
900 weatherproof multi-wall bag 4J> battle drawing. tulfm .
W. Klncaid 1-
are leaving today relatives.
for shipment of bulk food. tablet
RETAIL ACCOUNTING to spend Mother's Day with their' Friends here of Mra J. D.
.I mother in Tampa. Cheshier regret to know that she p9t
These' items only eleven important'reasonl why
Sgt. Ernie J. Dowling, Jr., of Is in a serious condition at the your
Books Opened and Supervised Ft. Wright, N. Y. Is spendinga State Farm Hospital. Her husband : f Po:..icemen need more pulpwood now! There are actually

*...* IS day furlough with his and son, George Cheshier F ,' :;:;; 700,000 items just ai important and necessary. This is why .

or Complete Bookkeeping Service parents Mr and Mrs. E. J. Dowl have visited her several times America'farmers are giving every extra hour to the. production t''I
ing, Sr.Robert. this week, also Mrs O. W. White '
Parmenter was carried of extra: cords. ,
' A Mother's flay Tributeto a i iDON'T
Inventory Service Monthly Audit I sonvllle., Mrs. F, .\. !Scott

Financial Statement Prepared Mrs A. E. Cunningham of Lake Mother dear, this time last yearA
Geneva was in Starke on business red rose we wore for you:
Operating: Statement Saturday. With thankful hearts that you'd I
Friends will be Interested to been spared iC* *
Profit and Loss Statement know that Mlas Edwina Wiggins For another Mother's day. JtJf
of Keystone Heights was In Then in a little while *

Charge of music for the May Day Those lovely eyes were closed VICTORY PULPWOOD COMMITTEE
I A Little of Our Time Will SaveA celebration at FSCW. She attended Those blessed hands were still:
high school here.J. But the things you taught, USrmmJD; }.

Lot of Your TimeCAMPBELL'S H. Mosely returned to his And the prayers you prayed L. D. Vining, Hal Edwards, Lester Kite,
home In Memphis, Tenn, Monday Live on and on-and :will.
Hogan Smith, Tyler Jones, J. K. Douglas
after spending a week with his This Mother's" day the rose Is Jfo
daughter and son-In-law Dr. and "white- I. T. DYER, Chairman .* ...'"
SERVICE Mrs. H. H. Adams. But we praise God for His great **

ACCOUNTING i Miss Madge Brownlee left Friday lovo. .. ... .
to spend several weeks with For your strong faith and Christian .
her sister and brother-In-law Dr life r tI
Court Street and Mrs. M. C. Stith in WashIngton And the joy you have above..

D. C. Wilbur A. Scott. f '
Phone 62 Box 269 Starke,
IlitAUFOItU ('elt'N'I'Y I
For. Th. Year .dlnc Xrptrmbvr .10, 1B-4I f
Report of County Finances. for the year ending September 30, 194as t
reported. to the Comptroller, by the Clerk Circuit Court unit the 1I
NAT SEZ lirmrd of County CommlNHlonem of Hrndford County, Florida, and I Ic.
: hereby publUhed under provisions of Chapter 128.04, Florida Statutes: t
ot 1941. ,
,,. Ye, Tuesday wa, V.E Day and CONSOLIDATION OF ALt FUNDS ADMINiaTKKEU, BY 0 R'y
until July 7 will a 'I #
x' now every day 1t.C.j! r h'iF nr
be K.B. Day.. You guessed It- Cash nalam-e, October 1. 1943 6 J7, :a.41
$ Buy Bonds Day. Those boys In Current Ad Valorem Taxes. I U.IU.28 204.11 '
Tax Redemptions
f the Pacific will feel mighty bad l.lcenxeHEXCPHI J eee on w. M.r.i'M M
buying Fee (County Officer) 299.23-: .1 d
if they think we've quit .
""nn" IIn" "'nrrnltllr... 4 " tRacing
bonds Just because the war lit CommissionMiscellaneous a4.150.00 3.h- \

over In Europe. In case you don't ., Receipts a,3U.53 1,1)89.119 '
i rtRefunds* M
know It, the drive Is on now andBradford's Sales, Investments., etc. 620.02 ',:

quota Is $30'7ooo.-the Total Receipts 5<;9 4.75
bluest/ yet. Let's show 'em we
haven't quit yet! Total Available 77,581.22F1XPF1NDITun.:1I Ji : f i

Oeneral Administration f 17!)I09.R! ii
raw Enforcement & Court Costn 11,176.41Road i
and Bridge" Expenditures 15,482.07Welfare ,
(All I'hanes' ) 11.13.00 '
Agriculture and 1'ubllclty 1,761.10 3:1811.63: I( i
1IeelianeoulI Expenses NonaNona

Temporary, debt, ..
i >>t '' r1lng Interent None

.Other iiivuMtnitniUnpaid..,.'111 l "Debt FlllB Anthnrlx'': ,.. ,Expenses October! Kxp"ndltur 1. 1943 607N6, None None None. 7 HOW MUCH TO MOVE k

Loss, Bills Unpaid Sept. 80, 1944/ NoneNet

Disbursements I 80.7611.91
Cash Balance. September 30. 1941 16,820.211Total '

Disbursements. and Cash Balance"-: J't: : 77.58722
A H it SOPS A WAR ? !
Value of County Building and Equipment f 70000.00 I
Value of County toad Equipment: 13,750.00UnplLld 6.0110.00

Htment.'i t A R i I.iTIES!!I
Bills. or Voucher, "September, 80. 194t Non
hoods outstanding Heptember 30, 1944 Non SOON as we can well bring to bear If you have an inC'ome-wbetller from

Other Judgments Indebtedness. "September, September 3O, 1944 30, 1944 None None AS on the Jape all the additional might work, land or capital-you have a quota

we've been using against Germany. in the 7th War Loan ."

Costume Jewelry What will it cost,this Moving Day of'War? _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

l t'p. Estimate it in these terms: The job of "ND roua QUOTA . AND MAn ITf i
9 F moving millions of men from one front to - -

another. Thounamls of the TOUR .ISONAL MATUlln ,
Parasols ships to carry (If YOU "VIIAOI
'. Mp fA' supplies of battle. Swarm. of new-type aircraft INCOMI WAR IOND VALUI Or i

to blast the I path into enemy territory.i Pli MONTH Ise QUOTA IS "H WAR LOAN
You can get an idea of the cost from the
Dresses fact that Uncle I Sam needs 7 $UO .117.50 $UO ,
22.250 110.00 200
A LUn.n.t'om us in the mighty 210.223 ...... 57.
Seventh War Loan-now I 200-210 I12.SG 150 I
: 110.200 .1.75 125 j
Rob'es'Slips lI
The Seventh War Loan 1400'.G 7'.00 100

will call for the greatest bond 100.140 so

buying we have ever done. U...... .100 11.75 2.S ,
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FAOffi SOt Uoned on an LCFF and prior to Fleet. He recently completed Bainbridge a,,, Hy from American the battlefronU. It also
In the period of training at vital war cargo, passengers 7i
that was on a destroyer handles e.
I I Atlantic. He has been on sea Md.Son Bell ol and morale-lifting mall, on Jeli8
of Mrs. Ethel linking
IDAI line
: trans-Pacific supply
$ I: 12 V let duty for youngest three years.The son, Richard Starke Louise, he i IS Edwards.married to Before the for enlisting the the United States with all

Milt 'Cunningham F 2-c, la now attending mer he was employed parts of the Pacific.
In the Navy
I SOT. IIOLTON SERVES SGT. EARL CAnT.IWITII Navy diesel engine school with Vasco Forsyth as a Pvt. Register la the son of Mr. 111bag
I IX MAJOR CAMPAIGNS In Little Creek, and Mrs Freeman Register
I AT CAMP GORDON, OA. T-Sgt. John G. Holton, whose Sgt. Earl L. Carter, formerly boot training at Great Lakes Ill plumber. Starke, and his wife, the former
d Pvt. Zenas Tetatone, son of Mr.of wife, Mrs. Annie P. Holton reside of Starke, Is now serving with Mrs. Cunningham has a brother- NEW ADDRESSES Betty Jean Wade, also resides In 5-
w+ and Mrs. T. T Tets ton e on Route 1, Stark, has the Ordnance Department of the in-law, Pfc. Isaac Snow with the OF SERVICE MEN Starke. His present address Is:
Brooker la eta- been presented with his fifth Third Army somewhere In Ger Coast Artillery anti-aircraft In Pvt. Wilson F. May, GF.RC.,,, I Pvt. Freeman Register, Jr., 1521
tloned at Camp I service many. He en- France. He has served 29 months ATC 'Sqd. D,
bronze battle star, signifying . APO 739, ,N. Y N. Y. : AAF BU, CPW PD,
;' n. Cordon Ca.., six i in five major campaigns in tered the ArmyIn overseas In Africa, Italy, France A-C Arch Thomas? Jr., Sqdn,. APO 953, care PM, San Francisco,
i miles from Au i r I the European Theatre. : October 1941, and Holland. W, Class 315, Box 131 AAF, Amarlllo Calif.
- gusta. He f Is B a I r I Sgt. Holton'a unit, the 438th 1iii r received his basic She also has three nephews in Texas. CHURCH
;!N' graduate and China and FIRST
has operated India
I Troop Carrier Group i at Germany E. R. Andrews, Hq. Sqdn. Sin.Ilev. .
+' H. S. and worked and training Camp brothers In the first Sgt. Corner Call and Christian
Northern had three 558,
at I in the areas of Va., and attended Air Ser. Gp., APO Pastor
Lee 407th
l three years France, Normandy, World War. Her son-in-law, F. W. O. Smedley,
Camp Blandlng I Southern The the Ordnance L. Easterly, fought with the 30th N. Y., N. y Services as follows: '
and Germany.
reentering Rome-Arno : I School In T. Simpson, Co. KASFBI Sunday at
befo each
World Sam School
cited for its successful .i : (Old Hickory) Division In Cpl. Bible
Group waa Y.
: Atlanta, Ga. Up- 11460. N. Y., N.
I& the s e vice on' fulfillment of airborne drop operations .. War I. ( ) APO 10 a. m.Preaching.
His on leaving there Lt Hugh B. Ingram, 272 Repl. and communion services
22. Normandyand -
f wife Is the former has on since D-Day carried out thousands rf. : i iiI he received the JAS. T. MOORS PROMOTEDAT Co., 4th Repl. Depot, APO 703, at 11 a. m. and 8:00: p. m.
Pl q of resupply and air evacuation ; honor student CHINA AIR BASE San Francisco, Calif. i Prayer meeting each Wednesday -
+ Be mice ,_nn_ ---- diploma for arm of Mrs. John, AOM 2-c, I 8:00 m.
missions between combat nor i James T. Moore, son Stephen D. St. at : p.
, Johnson cl a tighter of Starke. ties. .... ,. or plate welding. : Louiebelle Moore of Plant City CASU 26, care FPO, N. Y., N. Y. '
of George Johnpon has been
1 most recent operation, He I and grandson of Mrs. G. W. Brown Pvt. J. B. Silcox Med. Det., CIJIKUZ1r
As Its
made the Initial dropof overseas since and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moore of 144th In!., Camp Rucker, Ala.
as SGT. SILCOX WITIIDISTlNOVlSIlED the Group Sgt. Carter's wife, the former 2-c, C
to SF
to the first Lawtey, has been promoted Ressle R. Thomas PERMANENT WAVE
secure "Sure I could
UNIT paratroops of Starke
Doris Mae Gaffney use
to Gulfport,
of Captain, according U.SN.T.C., newt
Rhinein the rank & R Shops
ot aerial bridgehead over the 3079 West 16th St., Jack no la ouneer a some.
4 Sgt. George C. Sllcox son Headquarters the
from soon as
Ruhr Valley. an announcement ,Miss. j>*ch tit oontain Par as war is 0%'
'I J. L. Silcox of Starke, I is I Itl' 1 In the sonville. | I of the 14th Air Force's p.S. Kemp, A-S, Co. 4118. t.g [ .nwnwit h.mpoo.o\irl Wave l Bolution&nd, ".

Europe with the 117th Infantr A-C J. W. PATBAY CUNNINGHAM FAMILYWELL hard-hit ting t Chinese American Brks. 413, Upper, NSNTC, Bain- +,fr, sofas.waviivnt.M Barn a MnGI Kyrl. bark Kn pnlr.I.dYr.
received the Die h ERE Composite Wing. He Is a fighter bridge Md.
,. which recently ON FURLOUGH REPRESENTEDMrs. Store
d Patray pilot with the famed "Al's Assas Pfo Clyde W. Strickland, Co. A Koch Drug
W )
J. (Billy
citation A part Air Cadet
:'' tlngulahed Is enjoying a 14-day furlough In A. E. Cunningham of Lake sins" Fighter Group ((B1)) 2nd Pit., APO 11546, New
; of the 30th (Old Hickory) Div!. Starke with his parents Mr. and Geneva feels that her family Is Capt. Moore, whose wife resides Orleans, La.FREEMAN. TERMITE ERADICATIONAND
)...J lion, the 117th distinguished Itself In the has ..CONTROLIf
H1 Mra James Patray. He Is now well represented present at Green Cove Springs
.j' y +1 In cracking the Slegfrle training at Selman Field, Monroe war. Her oldest son, T-5 Cpl. been overseas since i November REGISTER you see flying ants coming .v
Line north of Aachen and the La. He is a graduate of Edison Cunningham, has been In 1944. He entered the Army in WITH' AIR TRANSPORTThe In or' out of your house the
:a& I sensational defense of Stavelot 1 In: BUS.GAIT.. Alaska and the Aleutian Islands April 1942. Prior to entering the Good Conduct Medal for chances are you have termites . .,
the battle of the Belgian bulge. for 17 months. He Is with the service he was employed by the Faithful' and exact performance of and you will be able to save
KIDD AWARDEDOAK Coast Artillery, has been In the Coca-Cola plant at Plant City.RAYMOND luty has been awarded to Pvt. yourself a big repair MIL A
LEAF CLUSTER Army for five years and servedat Freeman Register, Jr., who is now nominal charge fOil Inspection.
Capt. Richard O. Kldd of several different stations in / BELL assigned to the Pacific Division, We can give best Gainesville k'.
..v our I Starke, who was recently warded, the States before going to the TO BE ON DESTROYER Ur Transport Command, and sta-, reference
bS the Bronze Star for heroic action Aleutians.Her Raymond Harvey Bell, Sea 2-c toned In the Hawaiian Islands. I! Telephone
In Germany next son, Terrill Cunningham has arrived at the Naval Train The ATC Is playing an ever-I C. A. POWELL w
AMD" in L December, has .CM 2-c. .la serving with ng Center Norfolk, Va., to undergo increasing important part In the 1143-J or Write "But let's face facts:: I IK
just received an In for duties aboard anew iccelerated tempo of the Pacific Rt 2, Box 88, Gainesville
AMD'KEIPsHEM the Navy amphibious forces ; training not get a new car for 2 a
I Oak Leaf Cluster the South Pacific. He Is sta destroyer of the Atlantic war, battling space and Ume to
f ter' victorvllt'slD\- I
for additional years a \
Your achievement during but. .'"

Post War Planning early March.
According to
BU Placing Your the citation, the I :1

Order Now For Oak Leaf Cluster -
.i was awarded
,, These Appliances- "For heroic
achieve m e nt In
action against an
armed enemy of
AUTOMATIC i' the U. S. near M .

HOME LAUNDRY -:_____,_Germany, ' l r '"w ap"r... a i d ra. 6t
from ..llarCn0.. r .
t HOT POINT During that period Capt. Kldd
displayed outstanding qualities of
REFRIGERATORS courage, Initiative and leadership.By 3rt, s
RANGES personal reconnaissance he located x ) .e + le > .:-.. .. ... .W
WATER HEATERS several cleverly concealed
enemy pillboxes which I existing ."f "After all, my Gulf man's

+ As These Hecome Available maps did not show and then fearlessly t \ r my side I And he says if I l hea

1 t We Will Fill Orders In assaults led upon hi* men Under successful his my car regularly with Gu)|

,"i Order of Application leadership and direction, 36 pillboxes Y pride and Gulflex*,its

(i'' ) the enemy were killed woundedor
captured and a map showingthe ,}
: Radio Service location of enemy pillboxes . e
was taken."

Kldd a member of ENDS
Capt. was
: JiIkm' rz .
the Florida National Guard for ,

: "IIEDLAMPS DESK LAMPS several war,years being before a lieutenant the outbreakof with .;* -EIJR.oPl: if ?' e :tJI/ I

Headquarters Co., 2nd Bn, 124th.I > f :
Infantry. He entered active service ? N'u.i '
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\ h when the National Guard waa : .wi:. ''t. GERMANY' fl
I4KLER activated in 1940 and was stationed \, i ;.. .. .......?...rt"t'r I.* COLLAPSES
at Camp Blanding, Fort r, ..iw-; ';;... -. F. I'' ?r Y e.
!; Bennlng, Ga, and Fort Jackson, t S ..!' ':::.:.:-:- f'.jl. '-' \ ti. 9 ,
S. C.. before going overseas. He .:? ijt. ...."
Electric Service is with the 87th Infantry Divi ,Sur;:::;: ,/:.,." a.zJx
alon. His wife, Eunice Canova :": :; "What's more, I believe k

"'. 226 Temple Avenue Kldd, and their two sons are at because I know he gives
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ll, 1846 j
. . . of Alachua I
. . merly but has an tell of Miami spent the week-end . . . . . . '
apartment at the home of Mrs. were Lt. Com. and Mrs. Lex public
with Emory's parents, Mr. 8 2-3: cents a word for an over-
ampton K. B. Watterson. After playing Mrs. Thos. F. Brown. and State Farm Green and Rev. and Mrs. Lewis The new rates for International I night message.
outdoor games the little ones Haines of Starke.
Mrs. \'. C. SWl'f'Qey were served punch and birthday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ousley Mrs. S. R. Dobaon of Starke communications est a bushed on I J
11 of Perrine ny Mrs. Bryan \\bitfield May 1 make It for
. . . . . cake. Those att end In g were ; Mr. and Mrs.were Claude recent guests of . . . . . . and her son and visitor, Virgil people row to possible communicate Starke not
L. ;
Brenda Sue Hlnson, Helen' Jean May. Dobson of Clearwater, visited Mr.
11)\\ p.mTY entertained and Doris Parker. W. H. Johns, I Waldon Wadsworth of the Merchant Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. and Mrs. Richard Markham Saturday only with Italy but with other I
eta cumbee Perry Lowman Marine arrived Randall during the European countries C e n trail i
Wed- Cobby Carter of on Sunday past week-end \tNiSWEl
little folks on for America, South America and the \
oMay 2, at a birthday iSiarke and Wayne Clemona of I and a visit with his parents, Mr. were, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Fergusonand Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. E West Indies for 24 cents a word I
Mra. .
y, 0 P. Wadsworth. daughter, Gladys of Thomas- Stafford A'I
her little son, Bradenton. from Thursday for full rate message 13 cents WAR BONDS
honoring Lieut. John A. ville. Ga., Mr. and Mrs. ,
was two years old Guy. USN Sunday were "11' and Mm. a word for deferred message and
who CUmbee is for- Emory Brown and Jimmie Mar- Princeton, N. J., is spending two Randall and children. Teddy and Young and children of Jacksonville I --- ------ --- -- -
day. Mrs weeks with his mother.-. -Mm--._._ n.AimR. .....I Toni, of Jacksonville, Mrs Dennis I-
Guy. Roberts Sr., and
Mrs. Dennis I Miss Janet Anderson of Starke
Sarge's PlacedfARKE'S Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pope and Roberts Jr., of W 0 r t h I ngton :spent last week-end with Miss
Old children. Miss Betty Horne and Springs and Mrs. Maude Johnson Doris Monerlef. i

J. N. Horne, Jr., were shopping of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews and 0- % :
In Gainesville Accompanied by several
ORIGINAL Monday.VE matrons from Starke, Mrs.young Ran- son. Spencer, were Sunday dinner
PRAISE guests of Rev. and Mrs. W. Q.
SEBVICKA dolph Hardee spent last week-end !
I Smedley in Keystone Heights.
ARMY Praise Service on V-E Day at the Riviera Hotel at Daytona
was held at the Baptist Church at Beach. During the past week-end Rev.
10 a. m., with all denominations Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Turney and Mrs. 1. A Shepherd had as '
TORE taking an active part. The Bap- went to Jacksonville Monday to I guests Mr. and Mrs. Minor Page 1i'meLod
tist pastor, W. A. greet their little and two children and Mrs. Birmingham
Scott, of new granddaughter -
Starke, was In! Margaret Teresa, of Miami and Miss
charge and about whose par-
Authorized 50 MEETING: :people were present. Turney ents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles hassee.Mildred Williams of FSCW. Talla- / C) I I-

The War Department POSTPONED Mr. and Mrs M. E. Griner were Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Williams and
By Due to the sudden illness
of the children and Miss Kathleen
hosts at a dinner Douglas -
party Monday
Revival speaker, the Rev. Voss, evening entertaining Mrs. George attended a family re-union at Restaurant H ourS: i to Daisy
Operated the Methodist meeting has been Coleman Miss Ann Coleman, Mrs. the home of Mr. Williams' par- Except Tueeutay
postponed indefinitely. Rev. Voss Martin Griner, Jr., and Miss Nettle ents In Lulu Sunday.
By an 'Ex-Soldier opened the services on Tuesday Mae Fowler of Lake Butler Mrs Lester Dobbs and sons,
evening, May 1, but was rushed and Miss Esther King and Mra. Kenneth and Nolan went to Jack-
to the Alachua County Hospitala J. L. Dorming of Raleigh, N. C. sonville Sunday to visit relatives This Year *
hours later where an appendectomy R. D. Goolsby of West Palm for several days. Norma Jean ;
HEADQUARTERS was performed. Beach was the overnight guestof Dobbs Is spending her vacation
FOR ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES The Pastor, Rev. Martin of Mr. and Mrs. 1>1. C, Roberts with her grandmother, Mrs. Mary MOTHERS' CAT
will announce plans In the Friday. Dobbs, In Baker County.Mr. .
and JEWELRY near future.
NOVELTIES Joe and Wayne Williams and 'Mrs.
and L. F. Chapmanand Means More Than Ever
I. . . . . . Joyce Davis were the little play- Mrs. Fielding Chapman and Before'I'! k
mates who helped Kenneth sons, Fielding 3rd and Walton, I ,
Suslow'sArmy Theressa Stafford who 'helped Kenneth were In Orlando last week-end as ,
en birthday Monday afternoon. They guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. E.
fly Miss Ida Hagan played games end enjoyed refreshments Brown and Mr. and Mrs J. S.
. . . . . . consisting of Coca-Colas Chapman.Mr. .
Store and slices of a beautiful white and Mrs. J. E. Drlggera
Mrs. W. D. Garrett left Monday cake that was' topped with red of Memphis Tenn, are spending !
for ThomasvUle. Ga., to be with and green candles. Mr. Drlggers' U. S. Naval leave r1r !
69 E. Call Street Starke, Fla. her husband, Cpl. Waymar D. J. G. Caldwell and daughter, with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pearce
Garrett who has Just returned Peggy were tn Ocklawaha Friday and with Lake Butler relatives.
... from the South Pacific. because Mr. Caldwell's father, J. Mrs. C. O. Partney returned
S.Sgt.V.. C. Rhoden of Col- B. Caldwell, had sustained a fall. home Monday after a month's
umbia, S. C., Is via i tin i g his Friends are glad that attending stay In a sanitarium in Aahevlllo,
t mother-in-law, Mrs. p. R. Swin- physicians found Mr. Caldwell's N.
\ Meet AI eAtlanding dell and frlenda. condition nm to be serious. C.Mr.
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We are sorry to hear that Mrs.A. Mrs. J. B.- Segree of Palatka and. Mrs. Al Rogers and I
Center Bar" Sullivan Is seriously ill In was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.J. daughter, Lavonta, and Mrs. J. M.
the Hospital at Ralford. L. Williams Friday and Satur Bradley and daughter, Carolyn
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ousley day. spent Monday night and Tuesday I
of Perrine we revisiting their Mrs .Rosa Watts of Chatta- with Jacksonville relatives.
aunt, Ida Hagan a few days this hoochee came Tuesday to visit
e an her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Telegraph Service -
eOo1} \\. "a week.Mr.. and Mrs. R. M. Hersey and Mrs. Lynwood Watts Resumed To Italy Matter Where' You Are No matter -
al beet were called to Jacksonville be- Mrs. S. B. Carroll and two .
\\0\\ How Far From Home Remember
g ta'a4: e\a.S a altlb'batlti cause of the death of Mrs. Her- sons of Lake Butler spent last For the first time In five years -
0t v sut'to V\\ sey's slater week-end with Mr and Mrs. Dave personal and b u loess Interna- Mother 'With a Suitable Gift on Sun-
\ Mrs. Lydia Hall and Grace Thornton. tional messages may be sent to day May 13.
pie Dickinson have returned home S-Sgt. and Mrs. Roy Carter Italy It was announced yesterday ,
in after spending some time with and son, Bobble, of Blount town by t M. C. Ware, manager of The
Mrs. Hall's daughters in Earlton arrived Sunday to visit Mr. and Western Union Telegraph Com- OVER 6000 GIFTS TO SELECT FROM
and Waldo.S Mrs Kelly Tyua. Mr. and Mrs. pany.
2-c B. F. Geiger of Sanford Tyus moved Saturday into the
Government and press messages -
Is visiting his moth'sr! Mrs. J. P. home formerly occupied by Mr.
-ir'0 Dickinson this week. and.Mrs. M. t-Crewa.. have been permitted for
'\ Miss ElIz a bet h Phillips of Mrs. Leonard Anderson went to some tlnui but only with the Im-

Starke visited her father D. J. Miami Wednesday for an extended provement of conditions in Italy WONDER 6t t

Phillips Wednesday.Mr. stay with her parents-In-law, Mr. has It been possible to re-establlah ::1
63. and Mra. Brewer and grand- and Mrs. Anderson.Mrs. communications for the general ,
II N G.1 daughter of Bradenton, v Is ited 1>1. C. Roberts was in
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cochrane a Gainesville Tuesday with i her Mrs. Itessle DavisProprietor ;
few days this week. mother, Mrs. G. W. Hunter and
/.1 TIL? I3 AR? Cpl. and Mrs. W. A. McLeod her sister, Mrs. J. R. Hardee. \; SHOP w

1 and children spent the weekendin Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis and ? -
Plant City with Mrs. McLeod'a children visited relatives In Gra- I
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Mas- ham last week-end. u \
Mr. and Mrs M. E. Griner -- .

sey.Mr.. and Mrs. J. I* Wisenbaker were dinner guests of Mr. and f
spent Sunday In Starke visiting, :Mrs. S. V. R. Marti Ing in Mel- YOU Don't Have
frlenda. rose Sunday.

-w _n-n_ i.n rYou're II Mr. and Mrs. W. G. String- Intentional Collisionsbut
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felow and Sgt. and Mrs Bob THROUGH THESE PORTALS
Barkley and baby were in Fern-
every year persons pay
andina with Mr. and: Mrs. Bob PASS THE BEST SOLDIERSON
Service Man thousands of dollars because
' a White Sunday. Returning home out -

with them we reMiss Melba their cars are burned, EARTH .

and are looking for r .,w nasa Stringfellow and children.and Mra.Xllrs.George Manassa Man- stolen or Involved in collisions -

111W and Cella and George, Jr., are .lluyAutomobileCom- ,

the right things at the visiting Mr. and Mrs. Stringfel- prehensive and Collision insurance -
low for about a week before go- I
Ing on to their home In Atlanta, before it's too late. I
right prices Ga. Ilr if
Delbert Crews visited Mr., and Charley E. Johns
Mrs. Lewis demons In Brooker
during the post week. AgencyPhone
V-I SITHAFKIN'S Mrs. I. J. Williams and childrenand 13 STARKE, FLA.
Mlsa Luella Davis were guestsof Jj Jjj I
Mrs. E. L. Hewitt in Lake .u p.1 1',
City from Wednesday until Sat- is
i urday of last week. j

? Thursday night dinner guest R.er_nttne THE TRAVELERS.Hartford .. AI'"
of Rev. and Mrs.. L. A. Shepherd ... Yf,(., J

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eases mountains1 among children. St. Sgt. McMillen IN rOtlNTVi CIRCUIT KLOHIOAl co('nT. BHAOFOHH IX:' t&IAFtEHY. at plaint the Courthouse on June llth.In Starke A. D., Bradford 194S- I I C0VN'r C.RCI'IT. %'. FLOIUD.I conl "I"O'O

Herein fall CEJ&
He has been In Jacksonville the County Florida. II...

I i1jgI' past two weeks at the Fellow-I Back In States Dorothy Hodges Spelr. Defendant PlaIntiff.. be not.entered or a decree against pro you.confesHo will I O.Willie K. Mae Hawkins Hawklnll, De Plaintiff. ,
va Hubert Edgar SIr "
ship Baptist Church. C" 76 It Is further ordered. that t h I"ord..r No. J78S. "nt C..J

The public Is invited to see and "ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND be published. In the BradfordCounty I ORDER OF Pi.n I.J'ATI, (
APPKAR Telegraph a newspaperpublluhed AND NOTICE '()t
hear of his work Tuesday even- ; NOTICE TO Bradford I T() AJ> (
;; -. Hubert In Starke. STATE OF p
t ) to.
ing.A ,.,.. ..))3 ,: C :::.. ._.'.,; 1\t.\ ''. Kdvar: Spelr, whose addremt U, Pvt. County consecutive Florida' once week. a week prior for to 1 i known.Hawkln., whose r""ldl'lI", ".' 10. ..
2696 four
National day of prayer and . .. ,tot.'c'1"\.t.tli.\! '." "" ,11,, 'c' i i'f" ; Hubert 12. Bpttlr, 34116586, 194S. I '110
.)< : '. ... ,' oIj! ;" ., APO 384. % the 11th day of Jun. A. D.
.. Tech. Supv. Co. You are
'''< .:. <. r.qulred .
thanksgiving. closing with a pro- 1\-\ _._.,.. ....i'/i.WtJ!.; '::?" . I Pontmaetor New fork, New York. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have I June 11th, 1945 In the t. up at
honoring Mother will be ; \II You are required to appear on hereunto set my hand and the Heal ed Court and cause ab,, : 'II
gram ,\" ;\;;''iWt.:): w June 11th. 1945, In the above named of our snld Circuit Court at Starke. I tiff .eeks divorce. Brlldf'Jrd', n'III-
Tabernacle ,
at the Sunday. ie this
given I Court and caune' wherein plaintiff Bradford County Florida, nn I
) Telegraph
shall '
.'. .. :. . publish I II
'.! '. ; I II It Meek Bradford County of May A. D. 1945. I Ibll 'o'unt
Special Mother's Day songs will divorce. the 7th day In next tour
weekly I lu..... '
thin OrderIn I .
feature of the Soldier'sEour. : Telegraph hall publlKh A. J. THOMAS Witness my hand
be a \ next four weekly Issued Clerk Circuit Court Bradfo..dCounty I seal at Starke and I
.1. Florida'
:4 j \VUneBn hand and official I Ihl lrlli.-i
ft Services Methodist Church my Florida. 9th. i o.OFFICIAL.
Revival I
: t seal at utarke Florida thin May (OFFICIAL SEAL) I ( SEAL)
I A.

I : a Begin at Baptist Sunday at the Methodist, Church ,. St. Mark's .., r!1>" ; !""; '/,< . An(10th.OFFICIAL Clerk 1845.. of SEAL said )Court.A. J. Thomas, ', Joe Florida.Hill Solicitor William for., Lnke Plaintiff Butler, I A.Hon.Clerk T. Frank of Bald Lundrum Court T"0 8t.!iu, I

will be a day of Prayer and I 1. :"i:: Hon. T. Frank Landrum Btarke 6-11 4t &.t Fla. Atty. for Plf. raI,', 4t t.*.
the Fit .
The revival at at Bap- "
,: Praise In accordance with the In accordance with President ( Floilda. Atty. for Plf. 6-11 4t 61NOTIC..l .-
List Church begins this Sunday ii<< :'t. -
proclamation of President Tru- Truman proclamation the 11 11II'II
M morning with the' Rev. Hugh o'clock service at St. Mark's iif The Board of County Commliiloneri HAROLD C. WALL JOS. K. \\1LS0.\
Pvle o* Oroveland. guest evange- man. It also being Mother's Day Episcopal ,/ ::::> : .. .. of Bradford County, Florida
the pastor will speak on "Mother Church Sunday will be a bid. until
list. Services begin at 11 a. zn.i'NI will received sealed
and the Home". The choir will Memorial Communion in memoryof 10:DO clock A. M June. 4th A. I->. EVERY BRANCH OF
'i and 8 p. m. on Sunday and at 1945 at the ClerkS office In the
have special music and the quartette those who made the supreme
10 and 8 m. each week! County Court Houxe In Starke tort
a. m. p.
: will sing a special Mother's sacrifice on the field of battle. i h. Hale of gasolIne to be u.."d bYRoad

.4 day. rinu nlimhot.Parent. The service will also include Maintenance equipment of [INSURANCH.
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There will be gpeclal Mother'sDay : t i the County. The Board, renerveHthe
re will prexent their babies special prayers of Thanksgiving right to reject any and all

u j ; ; recognition and the Proclamation -I for baptism at the opening of I for the end of fighting in Europe, ..\.. .'''':.... bkl*.
of our President to make ,.,.t.,..... Uy order of the Hoard of County
!. the service. Lit. John Guy a according to an announcement by ": CommlMHlonem of Pradford County A

,, this a day of prayer will be ob member of this church now at the rector the Rev. Grover All- . -' Florida May 7, 1945.A. C. WALL
"t served. home on leave will give a five son. '" J. THOMAS Clerk.:

it ,, The public l Is invited to all minute talk. The pastor Is In Church School as usual at 9:45a. : Arriving In Starke last week forhis 6-11 4t 6-1
: IJ Sunday services and, each meet- hopes that everyone will attend .

'. ,, ; ' Ing of the revival. church In honor of Mother and m.War Intercessions each Friday first glimpse of his n-i n e EN: (IIICI... contr, \1)11'0111) _

months-old daughter, Victoria CUlMTi. FLUHIOtl$ IV ClilN.
this great day of Prayer and night at 7:30: p. m. Staff Sgt. William J. McMillen L CKHt.Joxeph. Service Over 50 Years ;vfl'-.4r

1 Church of GaeL' Praise. P. Murray. Plaintiff, VB.
will spend a 24-day furlough here I l.ola Grace H..ntonIurray.! Defendant =
The Sunday evening service will Anyone interested in going to .
with his family before reportingto Case No. 3766.
The Church of God on Seventh be featured by singing familiar the summer s e s lion of Camp Miami Beach OUDKH OF Pl'HLrCATION O Please Phone 116CLASSIFIED
rest and re
;4 'i and Sinclair Streets la running a hymns. led by Sanford Ritch. Sermon Weed, the Episcopal Church Camp assignment.Sgt. STATE AND NOTICK OF FLORIDA TO APPEAJl to Lola ..

: revival meeting this week with topic: : "Are Ye.'Able". for the Diocese of Florida, la asked Oraca Uenton Murray, whose. ------ -jIr--- _

,, a 41 Rev. Frances Dekle In charge of to contact the Rev.' Grover McMillen. whose wife Is I dence IH 12 Beauflne Street. I f'
Youth Fellowship at 7 p. m. Ion, -
Jimmie South Ca..oUna.1'0U
the former
services each at 8 p Davis daughter re"-I
p. m.1( Sunday. Mid-week prayer meetIng Alison within the next week. are required to appear
t'' Everyone Is welcome to attend i of Mrs. Bessie Davis of Starke, I June llth, 1946,< In the above ADS
must be sent In im
.' .- . this old time revival. I I 8 p. m. Wednesday. Registration urn n_M_ _an.. _01....._._._-.. .. .... uu _.: _id Court- and (.lI.u.... wtiAr..ln-- _
mediately.The tire seeks-I dlvorce."Braciford
-!& 4 At The TabernacleThe schedule Is follows Liberator bomber with the 15th: Telegraph shall publlah this Order I LOST- A HORSE-Blaie face, dark HAVE IT FIXED --=
Camp as Many mi
a1 Christian ChurchA I Army Air Force, based In Italy. in next tour weekly issue (bay, scars on left. hind leg.. Reward thing. are breaking! up ..
: Leaders' and Workers' Con- He participated in the bombing of WltnenB my hand and official of 125, notify C. H. Harper. the house. these days that arosM.

awaits Rev. A. J. Levengood. TH.. ference for persons" over 18 yearsof oil refineries seal 1945.OFFICIAL at .Starke, Florida, thin May I 'Box 481 Rte. 2, Atlantic Garage. would replace if you rnula '"
delightful surprise and d at 9th
i rally a r a Lake 43 them. This. l Is 52
M.-Su Highway ImposslW
erlntendent KlngHley .
and Founder
age opens June 3 and closes Vienna. Austria and In ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas tf maybe I can fix S
I Road. Ai
; those attending services at the Salzburg Camp Blandlng It.
I of the Tennessee Mountain Mis- June 9.Young. An Clerk of Raid Court. Frank at Telegraph OffC (J
? lAv41 First ChrlHtlan' Church, Sunday aloe: also former Professor of Southern Germany. Other missions Hon. T. Frank Laiulrum. Starke, FOUND 4 ..:Pocketbook; In telephone ) .
People's Camp for boys took him, Fla. Atty. for Pit. 6-11 4t 6-1 FOR
.s : Bible In the : to the blasting of office. Owner may have by SALE-8 room nonce and hi
13. The Rev. W. G. Smed- William Jennings
May and girls, 14 to 18, from June 11. bridges and viaducts in Northern Identifying. It jllllt north of city limits on 14!
? will Bryan University Dayton Tenn- iv cuifiir; roiicr, .\ponu 13. Hot and cold
ley conduct service
a unique water
through June 23. Italy on the important Brenner (0L'I'v, "'(,.011..I IN CiIAt.Leonard : ARk for "Nick"at Nick' bill
esnee---wlll be
at the Tabernacle FOR SAI.E-Concr.te block apart- 1't.lI"
. <'. I""". ,
; both morning and evening In honOr j Tuesday evening. May IS: at 8 Junior Boys' Camp for boys Pass route. O Oulllckxon. Plaintiff ment house, 8 apartments. Income Camp. 6-1 II

of Mother's Day. Special music o'clock. 10 to 14, from June 25: through Sgt. McMillen. whose 'former VH. Kdna: .Cease Uullicknon, Defen cash.. 1303 Phone per 04.month. Cheap for tt FOR SALE3-1941 B-pnsnengpr-
dant. .
; ; Is being arranged and everyone Is I Mr. Levengood will show plctuies July 7.Jutiior. home Is Conneautville Pa., en- ORDER I'liBe OF No. 3764.PIIHLICATION mobile tudor sedan, '" '.II"I;
Gills' Camp for gills tered the service In May 1941 ANNOTICJo1 TO APPEAR SPENCER:\ SUPPORTS Individually tires. Write Box 21 2 If |inter...
cordially Invited to attend. I of the work In the Tenn- STATE OF designed Mrs. Bertha Pearce., 805 ed. In excellent. condition
10 to 14. from July 9 through and took armament training at FLORIDA to: Edna West Madison St. 7-28-4tp
Cease .
,." ,. r ,,. r" I' I - - - - July 21. Buckley Field. Oolo_ H.. won hta I. 678 Uulltcknon AHhlanrl Avantiu whose. _. Mt residence._. Vn..'. .. -----..-- .. . S-ll II'!;'
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Mlnnellota.-------- 'UATT'U'''''irjs or all xinaa renovated WANTED
wings -By two women bou;:
graduation from the
You are required to appear on ; furniture upholstered and work. Can live In If n.....m
*< :t PresbyterianThe Las Vegas Nev., Gunnery SchoolIn June llth, 11145' In the above named HASTINGS reflnlHhed MATTRESS Drop us CO.a ,card.Box Will care for children. Ileplr I ii

July and went overseas in Court neek and divorce.cause Bradford wherein County plaintiff 230. Palatka, Fla. tf Box 431-A, I

church bell of the First November Telegraph shall publish thin Order
FOR RENT-2 ml. out
Foil SALK-Lnkefront lots for on Ralfort
PieSbyterlan Church was rung On August 14, 1943 while stationed In Witness next four weekly hand. lattuea..and. home or camp. On Lake. Brooklyn road house, 8 large rooms lighn

j every hour from 9 to 9, on V-E at the Keystone Army Air neal at Starke my Florida thin official May Walrath or ,Santa Fe Lake. F.. M mall water-box Arthur). Dale (name I a
Keystone Ihlll'hta.1i4 1)
Day. In to God 9th 1946.OFFICIAL.
gratitude and as Field near Starke, he rescued a 4tp

a call to worship. pilot from a burning plane and As( Clerk. of SEAL said)Court.A. J. Thomas LOST!'! -Ladle. Brunner mnnterplm

__ Services as announced by the was awarded the Soldier's Medal lion. '1'. Frank Lundrum Starke FOR NT-Two furnished apart- wrist watch In manicure kit
Fla. ments. 3H miles out on State I.oat Saturday In Stark II
'6 pastor the Rev. W. W. Illffe, of for the heroism he displayed when Atty. for Plf. &-11 4t 6-1 Farm Road. House wired forelectricity. found return to paper olIn

a the Presbyterian Church on the plane cracked up and but for iv ('UUT.'rOll'r.- .\0.01111 T. C. Crawford.4-27 2tp Ilewa..d.-pan..y Reddlnh 5.11 II't|

.. I Seventh and Cherry Sts. are as his quick thinking would have ('DIFtTY' FM>itmtt iv tii.CKIIY. .\:>- OPENINO FOR WOMAN 3 to I

follows; Sunday, May 13, Mother's resulted in the death of the pilot. J. days per week o n Rawl.IJI i
Wesley Reeae,,
Day special services in honor of He also weara the Air Medal Julia B. Reese, Defendant.Plaintiff Cane vs. 30 ROOMS Good Route.appearance No experience and knowltto to tm! '

I Mothers will be held. The pas awarded for "meritorious achi- No. 3767. of housewives' needs helpful

t tor's subject will be "Mother and ORDER OF PUBLICATION ALL FURNISHED Products well. known. Writ* I..
evement In aerial combat" and AND NOTICR TO APPEAR day Rawlelgh's Dept. FAE-ltt-
Home. Sunday School at 10 the Distinguished Unit Badge with STATE OF FLORIDA to: Julia 139 Memphis. Tenn. II')

_____ o'clcl'.c: Young People's Meetingat one Bronze Cluster as a memberof n.Diamond Reese, B whose 1'1 d residence IH, 146 BOOK A ROOM AHEAD
6 o'clock "8 Avenue, Hawthorns LOST!' -One yellow .
and Prayer Meeting Jersey soi
a veteran which Jeritey. "
_ group holds *
i sharp horns branded/ hut in
1 c Wednesday evening at 8 p. m. two citations for' "outstanding June You llth are required to appear on OR PARENTS plain has or. will have calf mi
1945 In the
You Safeguard hot! Your .\PIM"aram'e| and Choir practice Is held each Thursday performance of duty in armed. Court and cause wherein above plain.named Gas Heat In Each RoomLARRY'S or 15 reward Rudolph If Bryant.notify Millard JwK U

t Your ('k>l hew' U'hl'nOil Send Them to Us evening at 8. Everyone Is conflict with the enemy." tiff seeks divorce.. Bradford County
Telegraph shall -
publish this
For (.'leaning. Our Method Restores Color cordially Invited to attend all services In next four weekly issue. Order FOR SALE One International

f ? Fabrk'n and thank God for what he Witness my hand and official PLACE one Chevrolet pick-up truck. It-
anil Life to Lengthens the has done in bringing the victorythis Eggers-NQrman Heal at Starke Florida this May quire at Starke Ice Co. t U

L Ute of The Garment. 9th. 1045.OFFICIAL. KINGSLEY LAKE
_ much closer. ( SEAL) A. J FOR SALE}--Uood 4 Rallnn milk
_ Mr. and :Mrs. Tullle N. Norman An Clerk of mild Court. Thomas 1000 Feet From B Gate now Holstein and auernoey. |$19!

announce the engagement and approaching Hon. William L). Morgan. 5th Floor L. B. Jordan Rte. 2, Dos IH
Clark, Building, Starke. l l"a'J III
May BreakfastAt marriage of their ida. Atty. for Plf.Jacksonville Flor ...........
6-11 4t 8-1 "'U"""" "''''''''' ''''''"uKiK'aBama
Woman's Club younger daughter, Dorothy Juan- DtI''IIDt mUlmlliJJIwmmmmn.'QlliKi IatI!;!

ROUT. fit 01'- 315 It a, to Bernard John Eggers iv JI THK 1)lCI \.L iltC1l1't9flT.cntciir OF KIKIITII KI.OHI1M. SEARS ALLSTATE de luxe TRUCK TIRES
Delightful United States Naval Reserve. The ,IV AVIl:' "'lltttllFOHU
GREEN 7etJ) 7f TpIe wedding will take place Sunday ('OITN )'''. iv.. (.IIAVCUHY.'..

: beautiful \May. Pole wreathed .BOYD W. HOLLOWAY THEY'RE FLEET TESTEDTi -
.. morning June 3, at 9 a. m. In Plaintiff.
Owner with garlands of flowers and arruiigcu -VII-
Ave_ ____... _h" .___ _._ the home of the bride's parents nntmv___ nJl'nnf wiui coiorea streamersleading on -.
in Hellbroan Springs.A Defendants; :

to each place at the breakfast will ORDER OF. PUBLICATION : THEY'RE GUARANTEED' |
tables set the immediately AND NOTICE TO
&N4 motif for the annual APPEAR
; I'sass-nurse rs =rrrrrs follow the' THE STATE
ssnn.rj--rssrsrrr ceremony. Relativesand OF FLORIDA TO
J May Breakfast held in :
theWoman's friends of the couple are In- Drury Reddish. If living and If ) .PrleeN effective May 1, 19 IS
I Club dead his unknown '
Wednesday morn- vited. leirateeH devisees helm at law ( i: and do NOT Include Federal Excise Tl&fir
or grantees, Isaac
ing. Always one of the most colorful -
4j M. Frank, also )
events on the Club calendar Frank If living, and If dead his ) ) I Size piyl ePricell Size ply! 'PriCfI
: this Friends of Mrs. James Tucker unknown heir. at law.
'$) year's May Breakfast was devisee legatees L I 600-16 i 6 18.9 600-20 6 21.701
r conscientiously( performed with! modesty unusually festive with each table will be glad to know that she has skI If living or grant.ei'Loui, and If; dead, Wltkov-his un. I 650-16 I & -20 8 ; I1.ITI,

.. (p of expense and no lessening of centered with flowers in pastel returned to her home 'here froma vlsee known,, heir. at law. legatees. de- I 10046 I 6 I 26.2 100-20 I 8
) or I 32.921 I
J. .. Service' have won for us an enduring shades, and favors fashioned hospital in Georgia.Mrs. grantees; Mary O Wltkovskl 1 1
of 1
_ _ the wife of Louis Wltkovskl. t 1M-16, 8 3&10 Ii 700-20 I 101 4L921I I
regard ;in the communities with Roy Johnson has returned If living, and If
which we eggs cleverly painted faces dead her unknown I 70o-1 6 1 I 43.00
24.82 8
_ _ .r, ., '"1 sen.". each wearing. a miniature hat. chua to her home here from the Ala- visee.* or heirs' grantees at law.; Benjamin legatees. . ., de R. wr :, I 700-17 I 6 f 29.8 1 I 7so-20 750-20: 10 51.37

: Mrs. J. W. Kincaid served as County Hospital, in Gaines Wltkov.kl, If living, and If dead '
IK feHll I #I toastmistress and the program. ville. devisees his unknown heirs .at law legatees, I 750.17 8 P 39.17 ) 82S-20: 10! 61.23 I

F J. or grantees; Felix Wit-
: was opened with the flag salute R. Carroll and Otis Morgan, kovskl. If living, and If dead his "RAYON" Tires Available at Slightly

-:*$ ?' the national anthem and prayer. both former residents of Bradford unknown heirs at law, 'legatees,
DEWITT devisees Higher Prices-
VIllS C. JONES or ntees
County ar a ; Florence.
A charming dance was given by now living In Miami, were YVItkovskl, It living and If dead.

AMnui ANCH SERVICE: Batavia Richardson. Florence I I visiting relatives here last week. her. ,..unknown... . _!heirs. at_ !law!_!legatees. IF YOUR_ C,17.R! _Td .TVT/-VT..... ?.??,,._ _ _
-- v Hi-tuiiees; Ida Wltkovskl n ---- .. o::>nvvv'l .t"LEASE ASK F'V H
_ _ Funeral Director Hrown and Beryl St. Peter with rangements was If living, and If dead. her unknown
______. Mra. K. G. Duncan as accom- composed of Mrs. heirs at law, legate, devisees. or For Further Information :
: STARICK { W. J. Churchwell, Mrs. W. G. grantees; Leo Wltkovskl If living Telephone or Write to Roy Cunningham
PHONE 7 panist. Vicky Raines gave a solo and If 1532 W. Forsyth St.
Halle. Mra. dead his unknown SEARS-ROEBUCK fli
; dance and song. I Alvarez. Mrs. law. 'legatees, devisees at & CO.
Our local H. C. Bitch Mrs. A. Z. Adklna Sophia O. or grantees, ;
funeral home enables The Sander., also' known '""JO"
us to delightful breakfast as .
.. was Mrs. Barbara Clute Sophia U. Saunder., It ( " ""' '''''''' ...,,, .'''''nl='''
and living,
__ t offer conveniences; Mrs. L. and
____ t and services not served by Mrs. Robert Turner If dead her unknown heir.
; H. at law.
otherwise available. Mrs. Walter Bateman. Mrs. Vernon committee In, chairman. On the Sarah legatees. J. Wynn devisees,. o,r grantees;
charge of decora- living, and If

: and The Silcox.Miss Sara Miss Poythress.Carolyn Green Green tions and Mrs.favors Charles were Torrea Mrs.,R.Mrs.A. dead James legatees her,). Wynn unknown devisees' If living or heirs' ,r at nntdeii law; r l

_ committee in charge of ar- Y. A. Harris and Mrs.>Jennings. dead legatees hi.,' devisees unknown or heirs' grantees at law; :

a. trustee for
FOR (Advertisement) O. Sanders also known a. Sophoa Sophia I r. .
SALE --- --- .I O. Saunders.. Ra..hW tip___ -_ .

_ __ ,1 From Where I sit ... y Joe Marsh. If dead trust James dead.; hi.Jesse J.Ms w'iii unknown N.unknown Jones,living M..If heirs successor living;* yiin, d..nt and In, t \ ; .

legatees, devisees. at law
Mk Jone., wife of James or grantees D. ; Ally I J. MAURICE
2 SOLD living, and If dead her unknown Mgr.
The heirs at law.
t Hoskins legat.., devisee.
.. grantees. Jacob or
ONLY 2 LEFT : If dead, hi. Johns If living and

Best are a legatees, devisees unknown. or grantees heirs at; John law I PHONE 94

_____ Buy in Starke One-Family USO D.his. McKinley unknown: If heirs living at and law.If dead

DR. IIERLONG'S tees, devisees or grantees lega '
COTTAGES ; Wllbert
Saturday: night la house B. Rogers. If living, and If
open for And do dead
they appreciate It! unknown heirs'
; A
_ 4 Rooms and Bath service men at Dad and Ma devisees law. legatees,
touch of home life or grantees; Jennie Haga- We Can Furnish
.They spread out sliced turgood man. If living and If dead. her You JVith All Sizes ,
Furnished food a pleasant glass of unknown heirs' at
law Concrete
key and chicken hotbreada and beer or cider-and afterwards devisees or grantees. ; I. M.legatees Frank 3 Building Blocks Gravel Sand

__ and
_ _ . Prices cake sweet cider and Ice-cold Company, a corporation If In
$3,000 and $3,230 maybe a fling around the piano existence, and If not, It* unknown Mortar Mix and Cement

beer-and let any service man or a chat before the fire. successors, assigns! trustee or
.f' Only $750;) Cash who wanta to. come and help persons grantees, ; I.. M. Frank and unknown

;[ himself From where I sit, a lot more ness. under a partnership the firm doing busi ALSO .
name and .
_ _ , Balance Terms families could take a Up from of I. M. Frank and company,style and READY .
; Some townsfolk thought any and all MIXED
the the lloskln person claiming CONCRETE
I fellows might and give our serv right title or Interest. In and any
get obstreperous ice to
,, men a chance to spend off th. following described land In DELIVERED
or take TO
advantage of the Iloa hours In homelike .County Florida to-wit: YOUR JOB
kins' hospitality. Bat surround Fractional lots A. Band C, In
W. T. CLUTE are quick to the men fags In an atmosphere of mod- tion Block On. (1) of Wynn' Addl-
recognise Town of
__ REALTOR that eration and good Section Starke, being In
here's a real American home, fellowship. ship six twenty-eight(8) South Range(IS) Town WE CAN INSTALL ALL TYPES

where friendliness and modera- (22) East twentytwo hARD TILE
.--:119: EAST tion are just C17" QKEETINdM: ASPHALT TILE.
naturally observed.Ne
STREET -li You and
4: t STARKE required to. each appear of plead you are or answer hereby Let Us Give You An Estimate _
to the
Bill of Complaint filed

_ _ ZiG ofa SemI against. you In the above styled
1 a suit'
C to
nri "' 19-15. I'nitot Stole quiet and confirm
Bmctr Foundation title and remove Let Us
cloud a. ..t out Build Your
and deeorlbed In the bill of com Post War Home


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F'' &vffe ''ON In..truetlon NOTICE of sad S..... Twp RS'" Am.EH Owaee r T*>KC*> A c.*r* et laud 1I.t' Twp. Asa. A_ Owaev ....... A c;.*.. i

LTrd Count' Florida. wIll : of NEVi of NWV. Ex All WH, of NHVi of SEVi

f1 written Dud rlr0trh.8ervlce.follow coldNatlpubllo auctionlon tflret: following described lands will 1 A Cemetery 32 ( 23 19 C. I. A ht. Dlngfelder I.U Th't: of road of OfU I U 11 J. C. Dayls MS

f equipment tot the day of Juna, 1945! at Starke thS portion $174 1
.. Routes Bradford TOWN OP LAWTEY W OP HY S3.t 23 tll.: SWViot '
ute. State of ( .
loo. "' pern'Venf herein amount due fo. 5EK road 423
b Y he following of oppoBlte ' the ttm", together withe ail eo.t. of such JTleDescription RUe I Ex Lot 8 ot 44NWVi I sa ao Ernest Wunderlich ..IT
ei route 2
to aa and advertleing. F. R. Carradln ".4f of SKVi A all HWt4 .
< Lot 2 of Blk SLots F. 1C Carradln. 1,53 of SKVi N ,of road A

',me r..*.r Owned B.'. ? 8, 4 of Elk 13 Mr*. Carrie starling 3.46 KVi of SWI4 N of road It 8 U 11.1. W. Jordan 60.73
tee O. Cfiree . A..t VI Lots II, ., 7. S, of Blk 23SH W. }r. Kst. .45 of NKV' 28 1 U Wund.rllch '
"''u n'Neifion t of lead See. Twp. Rge. A.... Tux. A Cost Blurs. ( WH, 80 Ernest 11.53
.Iand MFC.; Mrs. Chert Ann Mo- NW'4 of SWH of NF.4. IT 8 n 10 Kit Williams, 10.1. 10'

":.f; 'Milton Norman Frank 8H of 8E4 25 8 19 80 Franklin Lumber A of Blk 24 Donald 1.40 W 13 A of NRV4 of NW'4 111 1 U 13 Della' 'KeUer 3.66: I

DaeNot*" All BU% of NWVi S & E. Basket Co. 10.25 Dla.. Lot I Unknown ,66 W 6 A of NKVi' ofWH S\V\.o\. IT 6 111 II J. .1. Moore 1.63
Ir of K'4 vt N'HWVi off
uprl""a ':"app, Fr"nk tlE of% River of NE34 104 of as: 8 19 15 Unknown %.If TOWN OF I.AWTKY H OF KY EC2. M. S4. :as. M B 23 OflT / II II.A. F. r. King B.17

SEViSH 8 #19 120 American Tung; Grove. Com 105 ft R of SW .
-Prl".te'" of NW34 N'i of86 Inc. 18.56 of Lot l0&runN210 SWV4Com 17 I U 10 Mrs A. 11'. King 7.39
108 ft 8 of NK Cor
SWViSH 1 T 19 ft K 105 ft 8 810 ft W
Cleo Andrew 110 Luther Harrell of SEVi of' NKVi: A
Mrs of 6.2BW464of run I
ry Johns Colored. ). NE% Ng of lOll ft to Bee >or Lot W SIO ft 8 IDS ft E

Kelly ) Owaed B.... 10 T 19 160 Water 10-8' Calll. rteaaley 8,HI 110 10B ft S3 I 22
& Douglas 19.Te ft N to hew X. Q. Keller Eel 1.51 'i'
kr"0 NWVi A NWVi of Lot ILot SubDivof Lot 13
W. J. JiUrber .88
Cur SK< - e
Com at NB of
(Jr.en. Ow'ed .." 8WVi % of SBVi T 19 120 1 126 ft E A W by 4 1
NEV ot11 Waters Douglas 15.01 of NKVi\ .A run S 106
...r-prh.'Mr. Lottie Ed- NKVi of A NW&' 100 ft N A Brun. : ft W 210 ft for of
a pt
S "WeYWlllIam. (C"lor.d), NEViAll 18 T 19 40 R. A. Weeks 10.25 Cor of Lot 1% Sumpter Harley B.C4 beg; thence .run W 310 ,
Ch Owed D.eee 8H of NVi of NEVi W Com at 8E Cor'of Lot 18 ft S 105 ft10210UN

1Bi4'n.oq Morgan' I... P. IlatueitalcJ'rvleetvln of Branch 18 8 20 25 Konnle Crewa 4.76 & run W 160 ft for aPt \ 105 ft to beg.; IS' S3 1 1. .J Keller Bet .U
Lillie P.II.. NWM of NWVi & NH of of begthenc run N \ 4
Orltf s. orB..e.- SWVi of NWViSEVi 13 8 20 80 W. B. 137 ft W 80 ft S 1)7 ft Com on 8 side nf Call .
Durba( I ). of NEV4 A 2 A In SB Lamenby 1.40 U 80 ft to pttof beg Alice Drown: 1.66 St A B aide of Water. Stat .

antl'pl.I"(Colored 0...... Cor of NEVi of NKViNWVi U 8 20 U W. B. Lasenby 138 Com at SW cor' Blk new designated in.ter.eollnn .
A easier. I
.. of NKVi & EH of \11 run N 1110 It for apt
Freak Thoma. NW% 111 8 20 of thence run to] Iy parallel with Call St
: Owaed 120 Empire Lumber Co. 15.52 bNg
: :IICI'rl"'I' NH of NEV4 of SWV ANH 110 ft IT4 ItV 80 S30 ft thence southerlyat .

of NWVi of SWVi-15 8 20 40 Thomas ft R 174 ft to pt of beg 0"". 'nlemo1": 1.111 rlght'anitles. to Call '
Sibyl SAPP of of SWI/ 15 8 20 !'JVIIo1IMl1e B.6S Lot 27Ey Will St 25 ft thence easier J
Owerdr SH, NEVi IO .. Barber .811 I.
riwetail 2.91
bro.siI Lots 2, 4. 6, 8, 9. 10, 11. of N UII'ft of Lot 81 ltlnFelton I.Of Iv: A parallel with said t .. '

L. demons. J.u.t. . 12. of Blk 8 & Lots 2, 4, N 180 ft of If 1115 ft of St 880 ft thence 8 atright *j

6npp. R. of Blk 11 A Lots 1, 3, Lot U \Il1e Belle DranUe 1.34 angles l 100 ftthence '

on I'j"I"' 0...led D.". B, of Blk .29, & Lot 1 Noy of Lot 117 WI11 Barber. ',411OTTS Call. St went 280 parallel ft. thence ttf :,, I
of Blk 32 & Lot 6 of "
.Mjva '
Uallow..p..clflcatlon8" an d Rlk 83 Town of New SIiU-UIV E L."WT&Y SEC" 23, 25. 23. ao S 22 north. at right angle
86 ft thence W parallelwith
per plans ts ", on file in Offlc."men _River 23-2. 8 20 Allen Porter Est. 7.13 W U tt of N 110 ft of Call St 220 ft to
sup..rlnt"ndent. Did. .to Lot; 7 of Blk 8 A Lots 2, Lot 1 Water Ht thence north-

nl'd unlll will, 19U atM 4. 8, 8, of Blk 29 &: Lots S ; f of N lIT ft of (teary rooore erly 100 ft to pt of

Driven be hlr.d 2. 4. 6. 8. 10, 12. of Rlk Lot I beg 28 I 22 .Paul Boaadlo ((.13 ts
A. of lowest and best bin( 80 & Lots 2, 4, 6, of Blk Late 10. 11 Robt. Scott 1.,8 Com at SB Cor of SWVi '

ale reserves t.o 81 & Lots 2, 8, 6. 8, 7. H, tlWu of .Nro% & SELL of J. L. Nicholson 2.f5 of HWVi Aruin: W nil

i arty; all bids.. Thegspecl 9. 10, 11, of Blk S3 &: tJE'4 of NW'4 & i1 4 A ft N 315 ft NH 608 ft
a..nd. fll* Lot 12, Blk 43, A Lots of SW'4 of 8EV of easterly SOU ft U 174 ,-

.n. part bfq anymooftrncc let 2. 8. 4, B, 6, T. 8, of NW'4 24' Sf 0N10 1\1' Williams 8U ft 8 903 ft to beg. "; also I
with any accepted IMk 44 & Lot. I. 4 of % of N104: of NWt4 It 6 22 10 C. C. Gunter certain lands 8 of Mr.. I '
oBether 6 11.411
constitute the contract. Blk 45 A Lots 2, 8, 6, ' N4 of NE4 of SE... & 11. SparKnanV of
111 7. 8, of Blk 46 A: Lots of 28 ( 22OHHilVAI. 10 It. E. John 42.41
511. NE'4 of NW'4 of NFV4 It I II 20 Chaa. Ry In SUVk WVi
Campbell 'IG
L 1. 2, 8, 4,, 6. 6, 7, 8. 9, 514 of 8W'4 of NW34Hz \

F OF TIIK TAKING ''UP OPf 10, 11, 12, of Blk 47 &: : 11 A In NW Cor 211 II 2Z II Ned Berry 1.8 : TOWN: OF STAIIKKLot '.* :39 R

K1TKYKI> HORSE Blks 55, 58; Town of NW'4 of NW'4 of R\V34 25 I 22 10 At. .
f ; L. Paul 1.411 3 of Blk 1 A land e
ce In hereby given that RM.. New River 2324WH B 20 Emil Mitchell 16.96 2Ey4 of BW'4 of BWt4' 25 I U 10 P. I. & M. DI..fel"er 3,4PE4 B of Lot to Street .. Bamuel Goldman ,45.03 I yy;

of Theressa, Bradford Coun-. 80 American Tung; Groves, of BID'4 of.8W :u 122 10 Geo Strong .11I Lots S, 46.. nf Hlk Slots -J4r.. .Olll Marr 1163 I ?
of 23 ( 20 Inc. 10.60 ,
Inrlda has taken up an eetrayMe SWViEH Nay of NE'4 of BW!," of 6, 7. of..Blk 13 U.. Jn% Hpaejk. nn (((7
at his farm eltuated about 80 American Tung; Groves, HE'4 A 1Yt4 of NW\i6\ r"\ )
8 Ex
Lots I. -of IOlk 16
la South of Theressa. of SEVi8Vi 29 ( 20 Inc. 12.63 of SE'4 ''of NEy 211 II 22 It L. Jr. Houston, E.t. T.05 W 25 ft Carl hitch 2(1 I

horse Is described as being 20 American Tung; Groves, 8\40 of N44 ,of IoiWof\ Com on 8 aide of Call
Light bay color with black of Lot 11 10 (20 Inc. S.72 HE'4 flS I J2 10 Manuel Houston 1.11II Ht. where It IntersectsB

and tall whit hind feet All Sec. 81 ex NH of Lots S4 of NE'4 0 f'8E": aide -of Dourt St A
to 1000 pounds being; 4. B, &_ 'Ex: SVi of 840 American Tung; Groves, It .6. 12 IS Laura
!Inn 950 .,6 oo Coy 1.U run B 119 ft for a pt
and Lot 8 31 ( Inc. 125.81 N
514' feet In height, about NEVi N> !IE'4! of NW'4 Ell: of beg, thence run 8 .
of & NWV4 otSEVi
1A W of Ry In NE 4
e old. 4 3 ft H 20 ft N 63 ft
|Pee the owner of this horses A" NEVi of NEVi 'CorANof8W34ofNW W SO ft to pt of beg ,Ie. J. Carter .&' wife ".n t
him and pays all costs, feetpeneel of NW% & SEVi of % E of old hard'road Blk 29 a* extended on

Incident to the taking NWV4 A NEVi of SWVi 380 American Tung; Groves, f28 II 12 2G E. E. Edwards I." Fnaey'a'Map Kx", M 100

trading. and advertisement 1 In, & WVi 22 6 20 Inc. III.08 of NE4 of 8 E'\ 0 ft A Kx: K 80 ft Mr*.'' Thelaia Larantaux 3.46

Ctlnn therewith he will beFo SKVi of' SW'M 33 6 20 40 Earl Green 8.09 BEN 18 II 23 3 T. W. Felton 1.111 8 91 fl of N 171 ft of
the highest bidder for cash SEVi of NE<4 33 8 20 40 Eliza Wilson Est 6.20 rot 60 Woodlawn 29 I 23 10 Jo'loyd Cain .88 E 80 ft of Btk 29 as
South Front Door of the SEtt of SWVi 34 6 20 40 Waters A DOUIrI"s W4 of Lot IT A all Lots extended o n Kn-ey's

iy Court House, at 11:00: o'clock 80 American Tung; O roves. 18. II. U Woodhwn 81 II 2a: 35 G. E. Crewe I.U map A. W. Anderson 45.63

Monday June 4th., 1945. NVi, of NWVi I 7NH'oVNEVi 20 Inc. 14.12 U. 87. 88, Wood- One IrregMilar, tract 18.110> '
official 1 7 20 107 C. L. Atkinson 10.21NE'4 lawn st II U
lineal my hand and 80 }.evy Sweat 1.7WV. Acres on Wannew llranch .
l: the County Court House i In, A SWVi of l..ot.. t9. 64. Woodlawn 31 I 23 to neor"e Moeeley .911 In BWVi of HWVi\ also.

Bradford' County; Florida also that portion NW'4 of N :'4 33 I Ii 20 Pinkie Johnson 2.811 Wy. Track area Ex 1

F;th day of April A. D. 1945I'IAL of SEVi of NWVi E of All NE4 of HW'4 of SE44 lot leased 28' ( 23 B. A. I* fly 12.72
( SKAL' A. J. Thomas Public road-about :3 A 8 7 20 12C.: C. Melvin 36.99 10 of Road Sf II 23 5 Andrew Ma..yarl a.1II One Lot In Starke 141

Circuit Court Bradford, 2 A In SB cor of SWVi 2 American ,Tung OH N fOO ft of Lot 11 In ft B A W by 115 ft

UITK Ipuntjr, Florida.0. 4t 611 of BWVi S 7 20 Mills,. Inc. 30.45 Peetavllle 85 II 23 f Ella Cain 1.111 N A 8 bounded B by

( 10 American Tung; 011 E4y of SWIA' of NWI: 8 U 20 c. C. Sumner 1.11 Hv N by Ptincnn land
110T1fE'' OF 11PF.OIAhLEOIei.ATION SWVi of SWVi of 8 7 20 Mills, Inc. 3.T2 The N44 of that portion W IIy Morgan A 8 by

Beg at SW cor of SW'46of of NJ4 of SWyW that (lull 18 f> Mr*, flallle Tyson 2.4S

IE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that SEVi &: run E on See lies W of road 13 A: i tJ

days after the first publlof line 607 3-3 ft. thenceN 463 tt of N4 of NW\\ 1.IVIIIOHTO'lf.: Til Ml Y A CO.. SUn-DIV. OF HBW OF ..1eW.:18: ail 33

this notice the City of to S boundary o f of SW'4 a 1 23 U J. C. Dixon 1.18 '
Bradford County, Florida, Ward City: thence W \<\ NF34 & Lois 2, 3, of Dlk BLots 1.: W. Robinson 1.10 1

r, to be Introduced and at* 607 2-8 ft, thence 8 tocoti" WRNfo1 N\\vof} 4 6 23 50 A. J. Dryal' 1.83 1. 4, of Hlk 8 Clyde Hanker-on 1.6f
uiu e '.19 Helen M. William 1.SO
Crosby LotiS of Blk UI.ntH
at the 1945 8 7 20 3 C. A. Wtf, of 8E(4 SF.4 &
H In to of have the passed Legislature of the ;: at SW cor of SEVi BE'4 of HE'4! of HF1t4: 4 8 2Z 30 Mrs. if F. Drown 1.40 81 4, of Blk 14 Helen M. William 266

1 ot Florida, a Special Act of SWVi & run E 186 8% of NE'4 of SF4' II 8 23 U Cyrus E. Ream .fllI B 38 ft of Lot 3. of Ilk

rising and empowering the 2-3 yds. N 80 yds. to S 14 of SW'4 of NWV"y 8 6 Ii 20 Hall Edward., Eat. 1.205AofS4yofNFv4 15 Enoch Tyson 2.63Late

kit Starke to extend the City boundary of Ward City of 1, 2, of Blk 19 Carrie Turner 4.87

or the City of Starke In. thence W 186 2-3 ydsS flW'4 A 834 of NW\i6\ of I WH of Lots 1, 3, of Elk
fall/ or any portion of the. 80yds to beg 8 7 20 3 J. P. Roberts 37.59 1 8 !1 U F.llaaleth Robln.on, Eat Ir.n 33 .A WH, of Lots 1. Jo. Rous ," Fannie

p ring described property to- Lots. 1, 9. 10, 11. 13, of yyeof 8 fO Melvin Urllfls 1.11) 3. of Blk 34 ,Young 1.70
Blk 1 Ward City 8 7 20 O. H. Parker N 185 ft of 5V34. of SW410 Lot1., 1. of Elk St Maml Hell 1.06

if Section 21. and BWVi of 2 of Elk 12, Ward 1.93 i E of Ity 8 2Z Thelma Rboden 1.U Iota 1, S of Elk 38 Lllll Martin 4.87 E

.SWVi' of Section 23 and the City 8 7. 20 Mrs. T. P.,,Ward E t. I All 8\40 of SW% E of RY' Lot I A Nr21lt.o.Lot ..,. .. _- .

of the NW% of !Section! 81. Lots 6. 6,'T, 8. 9, Blk 18 26.45 pN 165 f' of 8134 of 4 of Blk 3.1 EWirna TriiahssI 5.17
the fIBVi: of the NEVi of Sec.' Ward City 8 \ 20 J. P. Roberts SW4 E of Ry to' U SO Milton Carter 1.118 Lots 1, S of.ltlk 43 .aura .Wbltmor 1.10

24, and the NEVi of NEVi Lots 9, 10 of Blk 19, 2.24 Com 300 tt N from SWCnr W 44 of Elk 47 Knun Hugrhe 1.10
wit' of EH, and the EH, of Ward City 8 7 20 J. P. Roberta of Etf, of SW4 of Lot 2 of Blk 48 Ballla Williams 4.77

of Section 29, and all thaton Lots 6. 6, 7, 8, of Elk 20, 7.ES NWArunB46: ft _
of W 4 of SEVi that lies Ward City 8 7 20 L. O. HaaenT. to Road thence N along LIVINGsTON: THt'IlY ('0'* ADDITION TO STARKR ,3s 4)) 23'tote :

Lot 13 of Blk 22, Ward road 100 ft th.nre W
of canal or Alligator Creek 8 7 20 J. Baxter 1.64 fS39 ft thence .8 100 e 2, 6, 8. 9, 10 of BlkLots
lection 28. All b log I In City 20 O. If. Parker 16.29 8at: a.3II 11 Carl Rltch fO."
Blk 23. Ward City 8 7 ft t" pt of beg to 3 .Jas. MePl\nlel ifTtCMPLK'S
chip 6 South Rang 23 Eaet. SEVi of SEVi 9 T 20 40 0. H. Parker 8.41SW'4 Ety of SW'4 of NE% 11 8 22 20 Unknown 59W4 ,_ 8. 12 A S 9 ft of
J CARL JOHNS 11 8 n I.U lot 4 of Blk 14 Floyd Green 86.09'
of NWVi & NWyof of RWIA of NF.4 20 A. G.
|5t !-25 City Clerk. SWA & EH, of SWVi 13 7 20 286 H. L. Hough 34.61 W.,. of BWV' of 8W 11 .6 U 20 Tom Uo.l"e 2.88 Lot 5 A SH of lot 6, 9
20 20 R. A. Weak 15.29 11 8 U H. 1.99 of Illk 17 J. P. Robert 8 29! 8 ,
ImoriT BRADFORDTVI'Y WH, of NEVi of SEVi' 14 7 W 4 of N '4 of SNY 20.J. nall..y
coriiT. EH of NEVi of SEVi 14 '7 20 20 H. L. HouKh 2.83 Wof NNII..of NF.1,4 13 8 U 10 Charley Br..nUey. J.U Lot 3 of Illk 21 Kil Stone .66S3
FLOItlUAl IN CHAN Week 1.63: lot 11 of Hlk 21 'Walter Scarce .
A. .
20 10 R. .fNE'4
It V 8 10 A of SEVi of SWVi' 15 7 W'>ic "f N":14 A: Wtf,
tot I of Blk 23 Hoaa Ins Style 1.118
A F7 11
NEW of SWVi & flEH of of NW' :
Eleanor minor byBret
Jan Clark
of Hlk S3
hot I 1.61lot
Srlurha her next best NWVi & Way of NWV4of 6.35 A of IE', or NW'4 A
as Lot 4 Of
15 7 20 100 C. F. Padgett 1AnnNen.fofW 19 3 16S% of.
fl, Plaintiff v.. Norman I* SEVI 12 8 U 'lla Pearl Starling 2.13 Illk 24! lI'. r*. Holllng-worth 407 1
' NW4 Mre
N ofUoad' SFof
V. Defendant. Case: No. SO,.. All NWVi of NWVi 15 7 20 20 L. Z. William /, 2.64 Wtf A, of of 104( of SW y, of lint 3 of Blk 30 J. '1". Kirkland I 1.18
HOER OF PUBLICATION L-lk 30 J. T. Kirkland 1.31:
& 13 8 U 10 Scipio W..t a.1I2 Lots 4, 11 of .
TM I o WH, ol NEVi of -NEVi 811'
60 A. *. Crosby ) If 8 U. Hoh.ln a.u
16 7 20 S 4yo NFL of SW'4 20 L. B.
ATR OF FLORIDA to: Norman SEVi of NEH If 8 U 1.11 ADDITION TO STARKR 124 211
of SWVi A of SWil, 40 John Johnson
kby, whose legal residence IsB.ind N 3of SEW I'IW'4 .
N aof SWVi of SElf 1 i A Sq In 8W (or of A trip of land 60 ft wide
Park. and
> actual mailing Michigan.; address U &: N 12 A of SEVi of NE'4 of $F.%' of WV, 18 6 2Z 1 West Oriffia ..9'Ex K of Illks 2. 8 A: 4 A

[Norman L. Blrkbv.36594938 SEVi A 8 ( A. of NEV ; N 10fA '4swfCrW;: 7.16 U 1.0'Hof W of Ry Ex: leI leased ,
*h 2-Souadron D. Box No. of SEVi & 1 A In SB in 9 P. T. Tyson Lots to S. A. L. RyA. 13."

jUarksdale( Field Louisiana. cor of NWVi of SEVi A. L. Crosby 10.03 S9R 4 Cur of run Rlk 4 ". A. Annie' 981'
16 7 20 79 of IIE'4 & of Blk 16 J. (9.01
I" are required to appear on E of Road Lots 8, 4, B, P. U..beta
ft S
28, 1945, In the above named W 601 1-3 ft of WH of N 1811 tt W no Lot 7, 8. 9, lOot ilk 1Iowhng'e "

and cause wherein plaintiff NEVi A E 125 3-3 ft 17 7 20 44 C. A. Crosby (.35 136 :: 101 830 ft'' to pt 18 I U t Arden Howard 1.7tE ,; Sub-Dly! 28 ( 22 tW. ir. Green, Est 11.83

divorce and restoration of of EH, of NWVi Ex 1 A 38 American rung OH "af 'orflt BE'4 of I'IE' 11 8 U ao Raymond D. Crawford ...81S''t Lot 6 of Elk 2 A 1 Tot i
of NWVi 1B.E9
n name. Bradford County NWVi 7 20 Mills. Inc. NW of1WE4of 100 ft N A: Hby614ft
17 of
Iranh shall publish this Order 1K of Ry 18 American Tung; Oil of E I 22 13 Lydia Tyson, E.t. 1.16 91A: W In NW Cor
10 A ,
of 1 less (.63 A13 '
Ixt four weekly Issues. Lot 20 Mills Inc. Ex 1 of Lot 3 Dow ling; Sub-
[Une..s my hand and official I W of Ry 18 7 I SWI. Dlv 28 ( 22 Knute Fred ,.Glad \
at Starke. Florida, this April All Lot. 11, 13, N of RiverA 40 Lem Davis I ....0. In NE Cur for H-4'
7..v ... of BWyA
Ry 18 k N. of RW14 TO STA RKH :lit.
45. E of 18 I 12 t9 Elizabeth DeSu. 2.31V. a 4. M. JOIIVN ADDITION ..23Rusan :
SWVi of NEVI A. EH, of 8i.4 of flW'4 f
ATHOMA8,, A of S4 of SW% Lot a 7 of Blk 24 ivf. Will .
Perk of said Court.iL : NWVi A E of NWVi 8 1,71 ,2702
1&AN E Ve ofSWVi eo 18 I 22 II Z.'R. Sawyer Lot 3 vt Blk 33Lots Mary' if. JMalonayW a."
II. i
SEAL) of NWH "Week ofNW4 U 9.41 .
pt Knight Starke Florida, A NW'4of SEVi 22 7 20 212 R. A. I .. 12-3 of NW4 18 6 12 In' Alex Cummings 3.41: 3, 4. ft Lot 6 Ex ,
8 Dell
.tf& flf. 4-27 4t 518COURT Com! 20 chns W of BRcor S 12.3 of SWIf, of NW4 of 18 'n J LeRoy- 8 10 ft of Rk'34 P. Smith 844
of .Seo. 25 A run W 't All SW'A of 8W'4 II A: Lot' 6, 8 of Plfc 86 A. W. Anderson 1.98:
E Road Ex about .
IRCI'IT 40 chns N 20 chns
BRADFORD chns to 9.78 Cor A NW'4 ofHwy. PtllK MUII-IHV W A (::0. -A UUITION TO UTAIIKH M 6
S 20 CITY: 33
FLORIIlAl' CHAN- 40 chns 80 L. H. Waters I
lYvTY 25 7 20 2.45iWV E of (toad Fx2AInNPICnrAEs I(

George Bchvrtlger. Plaintiff. EH beg of; NE'of\<\ NEVi 11 B 21 20 40 E.E. W.W. Rosier Rosier. 4.44 I I 6 22 n Fate Dro..n ;: 34,05IHof Lots 1 I. 2, 5. 6. 7. 8, otHlk A '' !
5 21 A. A. Annl
K.-('.M"NS, Denfen- of..f' NWVi NEVi 13NWV4 sa 6 21 40 M. A. Norman Sweat v ..981.98 S 11 82 %A Ft on t wideol AIk21 Lot II 1 of Blk 3 orange Lines, Ino. 7.3933.8H I

RDER OF PUBLICATION of SWVi 35OneHalf S 21 40 T..N. R 210&N276: lot 7 of Hlk 8 J H. Kirkland ill

NI'NOTICE NEVi undivided Interest I tt of NW% of Elk ISofR3 1 BH of Lots 4, 6 of Blk 8 AI Both 37.02: .
. TO APPEAR of NEVeFx I ;;3&iandH Corn st NH Cor of MKH: !
I Frlpd"; OF F'I.ORIDA to: Mrs. In NE Cor A: I of same to road. Es '. ", of NR:<4 A run W 100 l
I, Scbwelger, 11. Cedar In SE N 110 It Temp SubDiv. ft 8 i6t for a pt of f"
|i'' (!Suffolk! County) Farming Ex: about 7 A landin I 21.22 8 22 2 Unknown 4,48 hag. thence run W 100
New York cor .of BF'A: ofRIk ft N '
ft B iOn
I A Ex a strip 8 16345, ft S loll ft
\l.are h. 194-'lulred?. In to appear on no Sw ft cor wide N A S N 1S of !It 4 W also e 100 ft to pt of beg 39SH 6 22 W. II. Bryan A 4.16
the above named all ail trace R of mk 8 8 of Lot 4 of ilk 13
and cause, wherein plaintiff of Blks 4. 7, als" b..ln" I A Htarke 29 6 23 Floyd Orceir
dlvor'e. portion of NWH of It 4 Uunklna', Add to , 5.TI 6
Bradford County that of road Ex: In HW Cor or NEy of t.', .' ilk IS Kx: sit' of Lot 4 ,
raph hall publish this Order of NEVi IS! lee's t ubDIV. to Stark 29 ( 22 Floyd Gr*
'at four A In NvCOI' A r. HW4 T e III y Faille 2.TI Ua kln Add *" 11.83
weekly Issues. 1H, 21 I 23. 2 I.vw. 84/1'/ I
lltn.. PH r r One tract of land j
my hand and official Ex plotted land !In Com' 'at BW 'or of aU : yilsNA H by 130 ydsSH I,
et Starke, Florid| 1.. this April car A Ex' a' strip 130 own- J, of ,. '
1 1945. t A S N of Block Wainwright A Mitchell 12.28 A tract . N ,. W In 1'4..1 Cur t
ft N 5 21 43 ml by P. ('. 1100dwln. '. I ' fI (22 5 O. 8. K.ut.r; 2.21
Spring38 dE429
Hellbronn ofN 10144
11f'lkAI. ) A.1. Thomas and run E alone 8 1 Noy'/, of of !
-f said Court. 1H A In NW'4of NEVibounded land 30 I 2314 Willie Lucas '
by side of said tolSI'J Ex: N 8 A 2.9C
I.--'. ff '1' esty. Box 429 SAW, of Cor of Sarah Scott'B l..n.1 of NWM' if NEVi of !
Beach, Florida Atty. for Road N byN variation W about N2Aof8Wyt'
1,97 S NEA
4-20 4t 5-11 said NWVi of NKVi AK 36 5 21 2 Franc(. L.. Gllllam 11)11 yde. toa poet of rvr.r, of NE\4\ 31 I Z2 7W.-C. ,,arrs. 3.24 1

by branch LOT thence NW to Beg I InNEyc Com at HK' Cor of HR'-i I
:\IIJTU'F.\ OF UPKCIAt.Tlrn NWof\ NWVi of 'BEVi: &: 1 6 21 30 Essie William of HW14 Inrem I 171pie' of HWVi A run N 165 ft , e

LI'GI"I: .*T.O'll .SH of 'NW', of of SEV! NEVi, i 8.74 ... flub-Plv. al 8 U 3 (8eo. McGee 'I' W 628 ft H 166 ft K I 1

: I "KREBY' GIVEN thatnavj 1H A In SB N of Cor road 3 ( 21 2 Julia Fryer All the S IU ft of Elk 628 ft to pt of hog 32 ( 23 2 Florence Clark 4.67

y after the first of SEVi tea I H tf R 11 JiJ that lie. Cor of SKVi: of
publlca- & SEVi of. Wllll Com' at fiN
SW 'L of NEV 120 T. L road Ea 1 lot
"lu'1" notice the City of SEVi u. E of dirt HWVi A run W U ft
l County NWVi &NEVey4Ex: 1.18 In NF Cor In ft .q . 3,86Temple' of beg th-ncn 1j
< Florida .
? I ACemetery Kelly 8 83 for a pt
"?.. be Introduced and at- SEVi of 13 I' 21 89 Frasler Sub-Dly a2 J ; Unknown run N 16 ft W 3(9 ft ,.

Into have P .."ed at the 1945 of SEVi ExRy 1.63 Com af NE (0" of SPIVof : ., '," I to road thence aouther U U
f the Legislature of the N iV ot BEVi SSKVi 7 21 S Unknown, Guard 399! SEt: $ of SW'4- & run ly along B' aid.. of roadto <. \
Bf 21 40 Emma B UI ft W 149 It for a IIf" B to t
Plnrida 7 line thence
a Special Act Sec
,,'rlalnlt of NKVi b. run '. 1:11: 2. Unknown 2.99
and of flE of h..g
empoweringon NH, 44hfteN pt
of Stark.. to retire 7 pen. W% of NEVi & Ain 17 tt it ftu Ampraies (.37 The' H 163 ft of the W
: 22
8FV4AI ( Ouranla
!SEVi! Of of beg I
to Pt '
rhlJf half of bla Present sal. of SWVi ofSE4 ,. 260 ft of NWVi of HE'Kx /
Vn'0'I Police A. L. Alvare. NE Cor of SW A M. I. Ogden (9.72 at NE cor of BEVio7 that portion W of r.
A 181 A
''i* the "ecessary funds : dE4 417 7 21 8BV. of SWVi run road 32 ( II' John Lampkln 8.77
for h A NWVi of 8.36 8 160 ft for a pt of 306 ft K of .
Com at a pt ; 1
otherwise Surrency
yitaatl"n or e
I W. ,
< SWVi Ex 39 R. W 149
8E 4 of In20 run I II
auth'rlaln"> the City Councilak. 7 21 Waller 13.14 her thence NW Cor of NWVi of
tart the necessary ordinances NB Cor 20 7 21 20 }l. S. ft ft 12 ft W 44 ft 8 KKVi: A run B 160 ft 8 .:. iffl

laid Act ert..ctlv.. 64A InWN'ofof NEV4 38 ft E 204 ft N 50 ft 21 ( 23 Nick'\tVsilroupouIos 4.46 aGO ft W 180 ft N 350 .
I I of S3 ( 23 1 Dslla'N.'Knlght 4.75
CARL, JOHNS to Pt bJT ft to beg F
51 I deeded to William JonesEx 13.05 Bncs B. 6 "'rru ": -
-" Clerk. Blue N half acre Com at HH Cor of 0 it
-- City Road A SH of eE424 T Z1 71 Norman Knlg-hfs Rub DI r of ( 23 .1} _''tr.'n; 1.U of HK'4' A run W 144ft i,

1RPI of NWU of 8WY. of 8"4.. e for a pt of beg thencerun 1.. "
iT 'Ot'nT. BRADFORD All NW'4 of SE4 W 1.58 8W Cur of NW'4 ft N
NB Wlee Com at .. 'iCf N HU ft H I
n T.PI'0' >I>A| ,11V ,CHAM.ts Road Ex 1 Lot In 24 7 21 2| R.M-rs O.. Clyde Moran of on B side or. .. 1608 ft W 273 ft N I

Cor of 1.18o Knurl II"A run N along J ", ." ', 259! ft B 280 ft N 1811 ,
r Roberta, Plaintiff, T.. All NEVi of NWVi W A 2All .. 7 21 Young; said road 435 ft thence ,',: r,**? ft W SIO ft N10ft W ,

T a7.ROberte, Defendant. CasePtTBLICATION Road N 9 1-3 of B at right sns-les to ", 2807 ft H 664 ft B 310 't
W '.: ."
'1 ItUER NWVi f sold A. said road 920 ft to Ry .: ,,: ft 8 106/ ft B 133 ft to !
C. '
Nh 01" Ry Ex: B A soldL. thence 8 along; Ry 357 .. of beg 32 I 22 S H. Chandler r' a.tO', ,
: 'Tn APPEAR- Crew A" Ex 8 ', ,.
STE: 011' 5 A RF' thenceaW Cum at UK Cor of NWVi .
rte FLORIDA to: Warren W. Wilson A" Ex NWV4 of ,. A rub' N 80D.8 ..
AKx of HK'4
i Avealte' whose St residence I., 179-07 In NE 3 A Cor owned to Bevllle by K. 22 B.: W. Surrency (06 along said IInel0t81Aftal ( 22 U J. B. Gal 4.51 ft fur a pt of beg .. .', I I
I.- of !
. New YoVk. n Long 29 7 21,' I to pt lhnce run W 373 ft 'N2SI ,
S. WaadlnV4 1.14 I SB ('or of See 21 U
Com at I .
IU' Havlland 1 ft B 380.7 ft H 367.3: t
21, ar:renufred 1S' to appear ont of Lots 18, .31 Wood 1.* 5 23 10 It. W. A run N 7465 ft fora .. ft to pt of beg; 33 ( 22 2 Cap Chandler 2.27 :
In the above namedHl lawn. 1.76 of heir thencerun i

'I'ise.' wherein plaintiff 8VJ of Lots 23., 21. Wood-17 K 23 10 10 )Unknown''Jr.... Sarah BruMer 1.44 W pt 125 ft N 76 of ft B beg 125 21 1 22 Ida HankersonRbanr 218 Onn Y.%A of Hi|NWVi In SW of Cor sr.' '.'of, 33 ( 23 1 Joe Johnson I.U"Com -i j a

lawn .46
.hTi'iBr! dford Countyt 22 NWV.i
"raoh LtundagsV at 8B Cor of .
Woodlawn StanleY IHk S
PUbllah Order Lot 81. 11$4. 10 :
-* thrs 22 iyrvj.svs'ojvnAS. I t4 :14. A run W 3SO , weekly l".ue.. Lot :25 Woodlawn t' 1.78 : 110 of b. !
ItM, .. Kever ft for a pt g
60 S Avery Rik :I
my hand and official WH of Lot Wood6 22B thence run N 105 ft W )
918 arke )Florida this April 2.84 10 H lOll ft B 210 { '
Sinker 310 ft :
o"f Wood-
A. In ,1 !
SH, Lot' 81. II 1.44 of sam 2.12 Clifford CDan'Ur! ',0'
21B 33 I 22
'ICIAL SEAL 35 10 loJr. E. 0. Harvey AutiDf.d: 2122NH ( 22 2 Clark ft to pt of beg; to
) A. J. Thomas, lawn 23 .9V Temple's
I'K11"1.aaid Court. Lot 62, Woodlawn 298W 1J S 23 10 Sidney J. Starling of 8WVi of NEVi Ex Daniel Leiterman 1.07 Continued on page ten l

>" ; .PMorgan.. Tlflhdi Lot 1, Woodlawn Week (.34 I W BO ,ft .* ( 22 20
; 4 "' L of NBVi AW a-.a' 70 It. A.
(, : ulldln Jacksonville. ) 22 .
AtY. of SEVi
for plf. 43-2U 4t B-ll orNWVi

-........,,, ' '-
... 1"-1"' ',':':. ';:



1 TF.rl
This prevents <:I.ANCfn1' (Oil N TI.
cold to "plump". M.OHIOAIPlaintiff. ( FLORIUjtattip.

.... Judy Turns Corn Into Cash rising In the Jar. The berries .Fuchs, 'VII, Elsie Donnell'JanI.Pope 1'lal1lUff. ..

' Careful Drivers be reheated to can. They Jlfyron DxtendanA Ca.e No. 8768.ORDEIt O. Pope. r. "
must ,
Prompt Service Fuchs PUBLICATION OKI> AFant ('aM'If'"
Judy Canova, the local: yokel may be heated !In the Jar or before NOTICE 0. TO APPEARSTATE AND OrTFE1rgLAlpg( !
i'i AND
;, girl, >is cashing In ::- .- being placed In the hot con '] OF FLORIDA to: Beach Elsie O.STATE Pop, whoi. tE"
too residence U 210 retJtlncetli
SERVICEand whore
{ STARKE TAXI way never dreamed tainer. Do not try to put up Fuchs Walk,. Honolulu T, H. Inetts YUrnlture com 1 t

9 farmers) of her many at one time( but cook In You are required to appear on town South Carolina lln r. a...
NMS, In the above named You are required
:' County. mall Iota. June 4. May 18, 10 '
Court and cause, wherein In the tt,
'. Her present radio 1 quart strawberries Meek... divorce. Bradford County Court and cause, wherelea abo k,

TAXI SERVICEPhone was first turned 9 3-4 to 1 cup sugar or 1-2 cup Telegraph, next four mail weekly publish Issues.this Order Telegraph seeks. divorce.shall Bredferd P '

MACK'S bigwigs as being e sugar and 1-2 corn syrup. In Witness my hand and ""i";'*} In next fou. We..kly Ubll.h laou.1 Ihl t

1A+ Wash carefully, drain and cap seal at marks, Florida, this May Wltnesa my hand ',
network has
150 top with a rating:, : sound, fresh berries. Add sugar, 2(,OFFICIAL 194&. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, 94th. t946tarke, Flurld4atdtht{

corking good show i or sugar mixture, and let stand An Clerk of said Court Starke A.(OFFICIAL Clerk ot SEAL) A. J

Day a .Night a laugh every 17 several hours. Bring slowly to Fla Hon. Atty.tornplLondrub-8 *t 81IN T. Frank LandrumItark.Bald Court/ .

r 4 J .AI leas to say, this is simmering point and let simmer cmrriT cot-HIT.COtrV. 1II1APFORf Atty. tor 4-i'l1

'* deep satisfaction to gently for 10 minutes. Retaining FLUIl1UAIN. CIIA- iv: cincrriT tot' '

a flee who can settle cover, let stand for a few ** COINTY, FLOIIIllAlnylnCEIIY.
iif;p BUILDING MATERIALS "we knew her hours or 0 vel'D Ight. Berries FaIY.AuetlneAnderleelnlDiten, Thurman Franklin'

she was a I should not float on top of syrup Cant CaRe No. 3725. Plaintiff.'a.. Agnae *.*.yd
NOW{ I I skipping along to I 2. when they are cold, If they do, ANI ORDIH NOTION OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR show ORDER. Defendant OF Ca.e a k
t and a Harvey AND PtJlILlCATl1Jr
Insufficient FLORIDA .to:
iiS room at BHS with + the cook was STATE OF OOFI'IFE]
whose residence STATE A'pgll
; + needed before Austin Andersen
older brothers and e second cook will be Haas to'
.1 CONCRETE BLOCKS address la unknown.You Bradllhaw,
iS a ROOFING m'at wholle
' CEMENT spite of the old filling In containers. Pack In are required to appear. on %" J. L. Baea, Rt Na rerldr
SHEETROCK In the above named Groves North 1 'Ii
18th. 1848. "v
seal at once.
bout Unadllla, Ca., hot sterile Jars and Carolina
INSULATION BOARDS *> MASONRY CEMENT Court and cause,' wherein plaintiff YO'I are re'ulr".1
CRUSHED STONE references to ti If containers are boiling hot and seeks. divorce and restoration of May 211. 1945, lit the to apPear
ROCKWOOL s above
simmering tem- maiden name. Dradtord County 2S3 and cause, whe *
her erstwhile strawberries at
ing |
GRAVEL this OrderIn
WINDOWS Telegraph shall publlHh divorce
SAND remains that Judy t ' perature when placed !in the Jars, next four weekly teeuee.Witness Telegraph shall publish Bradford!! fil
CELOSIDINQ light of day in no further processing la neces- my hand and official In next four weekly. laou.thll..
SCREEN DOORS seal at Htarke, Florida, this 17th, Wltnesa my hand
4 there are records sary. Otherwise, 8 minutes in a April, 1916.UFF'ICIAL. earl at Starke, Florida and olh

+ # Glass Cut to Order Lucas Paints The family did move simmering water-bath will be An( Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A. J. Thomas, 18th( 1945.OFFICIAL. SE.\T.) Ihlt

villa while she was sufficient.[ Box 429 A. A. J.1II
Hon Walter C. H rdenty, Clerk ot axld COUrt.
ly! + CABINET & M1LLWORK{ and that ia. where Directions for Jams, Jellies and iwytona Beach, Florida Atty. for T. Frank J..ndrum, Btarh,
{ plf 4-20 4t Ii-! 1 Atty. tor Pit. PI I
,,, r later, Anna, and -- preserves are available from the 4181 I I

got their first radio Extension Service, Tallahassee, of Continued from page nineDrxrrlptlon

ANNIS BUILDING SUPPLIES tion WJAX. a radio show'with Charley Mc- I from your home demonstration

r and Nelson Eddy. who is !in .
worker Mrs. Leonard,
ti ..
1' Judy now owns Here again Judy nearly became of Und fiN Tr r. Rga Aco. Owner Taih t tLINt'OLY
Sis. Phone 1325 Gainesville Fla. own show, takes care concert ginger.! Nelson Eddy County Agent's on IS OF SE14 W. OF n"
', p Depot & Pleasant business affairs and :days, Thursdays and Fridays. ('ITY )4 ) 82. Z3
impressed her of
by range
NH of Lot 8 of E-llA 5 Hattie Starka
r t be a war-wlfe and octaves and the light and m cinctiT roi'RTCOIINTY. DRAfFOnO Lot 3 of Oik 8 Ella Wllllamq

elder She is said of her voice and arrang FLOltlUAl) CILANCEItY. Lots G, 7. of Blk < PhillIp do Joe
3. 4 of Blk 7 Rhetta Jobnrol
t Lots 2.
comedienne Cummings
COMPLETE CAR SERViCe youngest for his teacher and Impres- Edna Newman Ray Plaintiff, vs.Ollle Lots 8. 7 of Blk 7 Eula Mae I
... top in three fields- to launch Miss Canova !In Ray, Defendant. Case No. Lot 8 of Ulk 9 Mose Brooke Hobeucn
+r 37B. 4 B 7, 8 of Blk .
N and stage Lots 1, '
i t field of serious music. Then ORDER OF PUBLICATION 18 T. Z. Alderman
} ''d Although she h a an offer from New York to AND NOTICE'] TO APPEAR Not NWV of NWH Ex
1 STATE'] OF FLORIDA lox B-Bgt. W end & Ex
8 A on :
r.. herself to fun-lovers In "Yokel Boy" with Buddy Ollle Ray, A.S.N. 20449930, whose <4 A vault lot S3SH 8 22 IS H. 'E. Johns
as a hill-billy, Judy and Judy decided starring address. lot: Btry. "U*, 109 F.A., I of NWW of NWK also II
excellent voice bad either A.P.O. 7S, % Postmaster, New York, Com on 8 line 80 ft W
wasn't ,
e ; ., b t Broadway New York. '1 of Ity and run S 15 decrees
,11 6 clowning. She was off she went. After "Yokel You are required to appear on W 280 ft thenceW
VuAAI'C the Conservatory came Republic and the high June 4, 1945, In the above named I IE degrean/ N to W ?
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff line of Sea 33 thence N
Cincinnati, Ohio and successful pictures "Sis Hop seeks. divorce and restoration of to NW Cor of SWK of

to go on the concert .," Scatterbrain," and "Joan maiden name. Bradford County N\V4! thence E to beg 33 8 22 25 The American Trust t
this Co,
r Telegraph shall publish Order Cor of I
she, together with l Ozark" Then last year came In next four weekly. Issues.Witness TeWyeAofnNWye W of

Zeke, got, a break contract with Columbia and a my hand and official By 33 II 3 Iougenla Smllh
I neat at Starke. Florida, this May S%, of SWM of SW'4 83 6 _. 20 Chwlott D
on the Paul show of her own 8, 194S. S. A. L. tight/ of "Way & Herr;
In New York in All this success has brought (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, track from the main
: ; As Clerk of said Court. .
.-' line "Callahan to Cola-
operatic yodeling and rewards to the whole Hon. T. Frank Landrum Stark, man" In Sue 33 to Clay

up with Zeke was family which they never Fla. Atty, for Pl[. 6-4 4t 6-27 County Line I approximately e
? Washing Polishing = Waxing 4 miles through .
., I that the Whlteman of so Judy carrlea on iv nun'IT roiiirCOUNTY IIR\DFOnD Ser 31 936 of Tp

6.5 on the Crossley .the coin but while she yodels FLOIIIIMI 1IIIA.%- 8 a R 23 K & through
led to the "Ztegfeld Jones" she dreams of be- f KHY.William. Pecs 1 & 1 of Tp 7 S
#, CERTIFIED LUBRICATION[ Lia-htfoot, Plaintiff, vs.Kllla n 28 E 8. A. L.
I 1037;' a highly at the Met singing "Un Bel Di 10. Llffhtfoot, Defendant. Case N 421 ft of SW% of 3WJ4 Ry I''

''' England and France, Mo." No. H087. Ex portion N of Ity 34 8 2t 7 J' Hardenbrook
' Polishing & Waxing By Appointment ORDER OF'.-..", PUBLICATIOV...n APPEAR, SW'/! of NW4 35 8 U 40 Bertha Mnw.inr.'GF. .. _
BTATF.NOF' Lot 8; 7. ot Blk 3 Lake -- 'nKlngaler
FI/ORIDA l to: Rllla
1' Only inns TO iiK :(' 1ts To Housewives B Llghtfoot, whose residence Is NEI H e I g Ats III as 8 22 Chas
C: PAINTING OF" ) 6358 Delmar Street, St. Lauis, Missouri. McMillan
, Lola 8. 9, ot E'lk a Lake

of The Dradtord Board County of Sugar-waving Recipes for You are. required. to appear on NE'4 KlngMle'of' NEye Heights. In as 8 22 JL D. Mimi
June 4, 1946 In the above named
Standard Oil Products '
;, I receive bids tor the Preserving Ben-ten Court and cause, wherein plaintiff E "S.4 W% Not Z 'Ey.Wn: %
County Owned School Bradford County housewives seeks divorce Bradford County
Nwye, as S U 60 tofary B.
r'',' i FULL SUPPLY OF CAN OIL ''tll ID:00 A. M. a taste for fresh fruit and a Telegraph In next four shall weekly. publish Issues.this Order All Ex Ry r.llI'ht ot way 1 7 22 821 S..A. L. .Ily Maloney. Co. I
Ex 6 A JnNF
NWye NEye
.941. Further
I Witness hand
to stretch the cou- my and official
a 'obtained the oftlce. seal I at Starke, Florida, this May ; Cor a 7 U as T' H. Lee
at ,
,j farther will berries this r"or! '8W'Gof
'.yv; '' can 7, ]AIR. Com at Nt;]
Superintendent. The Instead of the OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. NW4! Arun B 765tt
SERVICE STATION serves the right to making more ( ) Thomas,
for D
GARDEN a pt e gthence
!'*!n As Clerk of said Court.
all bide -eweet-sweet Miss .
; preserves Non T. Frank Landrum Ptarke.Fla run W 674 ft to
N. Mgr. STARKE FLA. > tor \ road thence S 108 ft F7
Rup..tnl..n..nt Pu*"" Thursby, Extension Eco Atty. Plf. 6-4 4t 6-27
614ft N 108 tt to pt8W
Cor. Temple Ave. & Call St. Jfrailforit County, t in Food Conservation, sug iv cmrirr roriiT DII"OFOIIO ot of 3 U t J. Kirkland
4.80t 611fM % NW'.4' t U 40 Ir
the following recipes: COUNTY, FLOHIDAl IN tllA'VKHV. F. CloulJb
", < Com at SE Cor ot SWyeof ,
Practically the same method Paul Stuart Trlbble. Plaintiff, vs. NEye & run N 480 tt
be used for Florence Alolse LaOranne Tribble, to pt ot beg thence run
canning all ber-
1':0 Defendant Case No 87B2 'V 250 ft N 85 tt E
I American Prisoners : except strawberries. The con ORDER OF PUBLICATIOVAM 250 ft S 88 ft to pt ot '
say of the fruit will have much NOTICE TO APPEAR beg 5 7 22 Joe Flail I
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs. REV ot NEy ot NEil, 10 7 28 10 Wm E. Green
,'r do with the quality of the pro Florence. Alulae LaGrange Trlhble, NEy ot NWy of RWy 10 7 28. 10 J..ff. Barnhill
Berries gathered In shal- whose residence. and post office NE'% & NF.4 ot NW% 11 'I 28 200 'l'hede R. Perry
II'II't address Is % Mabel Flick (Mother). S% of vEp ot 8W R Not
t trays or baskets will not be 418-lOth Street, Brooklyn, New Dr d road 11. 'I 22 18 A. W. Hohmann
'WE WANrrO 6fT They should be uniform- York. t TAt 105 ft oI BLyNotBEyI
You are required to appear on Cor ot 6Eye, ,
ripe sound.
Sort, wash Jane. 1, 194S, In the above named 19 'I 22 Unknown
and drain[ well. Court and cause, -wherein. plaintiff Lot 1 Ex E 15 ft & W
seeks divorce. Bradford County 25 tt ot LoU 18. 19. 80.
, I The flavor and color of can Telegraph shall publish this Order 21, 22, C. J. Week' 8ubDlv -
ti t berries will be finer !If berry In next four weekly. Issues 19 'Z 28 Ethel Johnlon
Witness my hand and official N a A ot that portion oCN1S
,, rather than water la used seal at Starke, Florida, this May ot NW%, ot Swye, '
', I Ir BACK AT making the syrup for them. 2, 1845. ; W ot Road 13 20 'Z U a Unknown
I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas W 8 A ot 6K ot Bwylof _
syrup using one cup of I As Clerk of said Court. BE4: y,20 'Z use. Z. Week!!
i or 1-2 cup sugar and 1-2 1 Hon. Walter C. Hardesty. Daytona SE Aw. of SW'4 ot yawn
rk corn Beach, Fla. Atty. for Plf. 6-4 4t 5-27 F.Nro t S W !
to 2
t .. syrup, cups strained NW4! 21 'Z U 80 T. J. Alderman
; a, t juice III! CIRCtIT COt-HT BRADFORD One A on N aide ot
i , e"'', COUNTY, FLOltlDAl ('II.AN- of NW'4 Ent d: adjoining -
I THE JfdPSl h r4 .. Pack the berries in clean, hot CICHRoger Y. road 28 2S T U ,1 Daniel P. Loper
as closely as possible without Armand Gralllat, Plaintiff SWye of SW'4 28 T 28 40 J. D. Thompson
vs Virginia Wllhelm Oralllat, De BE'4 ot SE'4 11 7 22 40 J. D.. Thompson
Adding the hot syrup fendant. Case No. 3741.ORDER Lots 19, 20 In McCall'
the packing proceeds tends to OF1. PUBLICATIOV:- Addition (0 Hampton ao 7 22 Earl Saxon I
t jl r J from" AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Lot 1 Q W 10 tt of Lot
e air being trapped STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs. 8 nt Hlk U In Blanton' .
the fruit. Press fruit down Virginia Wllhelm. Gralllat, whose Addition 30 T 22 Unknown
l but Post Office Address Is % Creed- Hike I'lampton Park 31-33 T 22 titre Sarah Bragger
rn . .. firmly with back of more State Hospital Winchester. NEye rgdNlvxE: 1 A Eof
:. spoon until Jar Is full Bird & Hillside Ave.. Queens. Coun : on N .
ty, L. I. New York, and whose end ": EJr a A In SE ,
spaces filled
.," 4 .. are with hot Residence Address Is 139 West 76th ("or'& all NW'4 otNWya
syrup. SeaU Process pints Street, New York N. Yj E of Ry nr tract Lflt 8 at T 23 82 01" Cha.on '
minutes and quarts 15: min- You are required to appear on Lot 3 of Wye ot NW'4 11 T 23 10 Blmme
'i Ix , June 4, 1945. !In the above named bye ot NE1,4 !at SEye. & .
; at boiling. Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff REyy' ot 6Ey U.T, 23 60 Hardin & W..lllner.
Canned xeeks divorce. Bradford County NE'4 ot NF.4 84 7 23 40 J. D. Thompoon 1
Telegraph shall publish this Order N 400 tt of NE\4\ ot 6Eye B4 7 23 18 1. W. Altord
canning or preserving In next four weekly Issues. NWya :::1 NW 15 'I 23 40 J. D. Tbomp80n 1
it i Is sealVlnt hand BWyr NW Ex t..A
'' necessary that Starke -Florida' thlafApril' for .chool A Ex nY' 36 'I 23 81 J. A. tofUUkaltV 1
'd be covered after they cook 20, 19 45.AOFFICIAT.. \ 18AofNy, atNWyeof \
be allowed to stand until SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas, NEy, Ex Chur..h Lot
As Clerk vf said. Court. & Ex t Tot 40xlll tt 2 A 23 18 J. S. Swindle i

I .. .. Hon Walter C. Hardesty Daytona Nik ot NW'4.ot 6Wya 2 8 23 20 A. .W; Hohmann
fI \ 5 Dears, Flu. Atty. tor Plf. 6-4 41 6-27 NEye ot NE'4 II R 22 40 Tlnknnltrn
A Y I E1,4 nf BE'4 of $W>/ 6 8 23 80 Unknown
S, iv nitriiT ('0('liT, Bit \DFonn All 6%f of of
C'lH'II"" ". FLOIUO.'. IN enAnna .**- road 49 EWi 'X to
I ('Fnl: Y. Manning tit Ex t A tu
i rt ; Sx bell Cooler Olvn. Plaintiff. Moorpr A Ex 6 A to
khd .
V" Howard .
,i A r' Casa No. 3740.R. Olvane, Det..ndant. Chandler 13 8 22 28. W. A. Jones
SW'4 ot SW1,4 W ot
ORDER Pl'nLICATIO-:-: Ex 10 A In 8W Cor Ry 13 8 22 18 J. H. Lawrence. Ext
f eMI TO APPEAR Lot 6 of B1k A The Haven '
''\: t I R. OF FLORIDA to: Howard NWye, ot NEil" 13 8 22 T. A. Dower
, 1y'w 1 Hubbard Ulvana whose. llence. Is 3101 E RiO tt ot Bye or N\Vye
Street, Greensboro
North SE-, 13 R 82 15 D. Hurt Jones
Car!>Una. E ,200 rt ot N ot NWye

k ', 7ll Mayo 8.a I94o.e ':nlrlhe to PP ar on ot SE4! 13 8 22 4 R. p11lya Rivera

fi ,,,,4t7"l WAR LOAN I It / / Court seeks. and divorce cause-l ,Custody wherein above of plaintiff named minor I Blk Ride S ot Nub Oort Tiv I.ot 1 Lake 22 IS J .8 8 22 32 840 J.A. E.W..Smith Hobmann

t, child< and restoration of maiden Blk 4 of Govt. Lot a Lake '
I name. Bradford County Telegraph Rine Sue-Dly.
II I 21. 22 U. C. Wall
I shall publish this Order. In next BIkaMGavtiut3AD .
'qa t' YES despite their long months and But to come even cloae to matching EXPERT tour weekly. Issues. \65 ft ot Oovt. Lot t
r.. of privation and their Witness my hand and official Lake Side Sub.Dlv. h
, q : suffering, aacrifice, everyone here at sal lOt II 8 2:1: F, W. HoUey
those gallant men, just released from home mart buy War Bond until( it -.". 86. l 194/1./ 8tarlu, Florida, this April NE\4 NW\4\ot ot NE'h NE>'B: Eye ot h

vt "+ ' filthy lap Prison Camps, alit have hart Buy double or treble the extra WORKMANSHIP (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas 6 A 1'1 ot clay k road In u. U 10 J. D. Thomplon

r 1, ) their good old fighting apirit. They're War Bond you'". bought in any As Clerk of said Court. SE Cor of SEI< of

y Itching to get back into the fight and previou drive. Remember, this 1* Atty.Ti.Frank for PIL lAndrum, Starke.4.87t B.,8 Fla. 3. BEye A In. NE Cor at at 8 23 6 Frank. P. tollller

,,, 8ttT the Nip a taste of their own really two drive in one. In the same N ot .IAke NEyI 211
e lor: 8 Z3 a Frank P. Mlllpr ;
n medicine. period last :year, you were" asked to 1 1rk" ALL 'YORKGUARANTEED COUNTY, CDI II'r, IIn"DrORf NK ot SWI< ot NWy 26 a' U 30 ''Jlm' ,BDeed. EeL
JJet'a show them that we're" not subscribe to two War Loan. CEIIY. FLURIUAIN CIIAV. Lots 1. 2, 8. 4. or frael

p t '? ' quitting either I Let's match their So let' go American Our hard 0 Tub Lonir. Plaintiff vs. ohn W See Ex plotted lands 36 8 23 110 Leigh 1Ir. PearsallIiD1AN

spirit with oar dollar I Let' make Long Defendant. Case Nn. "
fighting Soldier. Sailor and Marine .. I ORDER 3733 DliU1I 83-31J 8 22
U g thU MIGHTY 7th War Loan the are giving their ALL. The least AND OF PUBLICATION

't ; h' 9t mightiest of them alii.l we can: do i I. to lend our dolltrs. WAR STATE NOTICFI OF FLORIDA T0 APPEAR to John Lot Lot 7 5 Robert S. Scott T.

CAN ENTRUST YOUR i W. Long!. whose residence. Santa Lote II. 15 V. 1. Phlter D,
I IiEV .1. A. Vltatoe
beetle| Portugal and his mailing Lot 30 .
WATCH TO OUR address. tit % W. C. Sheppard Con Lot 36 C. A. Hook
struction. Co. APO. 406 ,, TAt 31 O. J. Bryant
{' WBOW-BVyMOR aa/BIGGER WAR ( CARE master New York. % Post Lot 49 W.Martha S. DlnchlxyLnt Matthews/ V

.I M 7ou98ar194Rglnrthetahovs on :t Unknown
I | named Indian D.ach {Toll !
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff NO I
I seek divorce. Bradford Lot. 3. 8. 11. as 8 U John 111. Rose
County 13. W flf .
Telegraph shall. publish this Order Road 80 A Lot 4 Ex 13
i TheSTAG In n.xt. tour weekly. Issues. A In NE Car A Lots 6. ><
1 1t ',' STARKE DRY CLEANERS Witness my hand and official 12 Ex plotted land 38 8 Pearsal J
r i 31 seal 145 at Starke, Florida' this April Lota road 3,80 3. I. e.V''' of U ZOO Leigh :b[. C

PHONE OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Lot 1 Woe Road 10 t 1 II U 112 Leigh 1It. Pearsall ><
and LAUNDRY STARKE, Carter llldg., Starke Aa Clerk of said Court. Lola I. 9 It 8 FaarssllC
23 FLA. Han J. 8. Harrison Law Exchange 23 131 Leigh 111.
RulMlnr. Jscksonvllle 2. Florida.
Atty. for Plf. 4.'fT 4t 6-U A. Knight,
Tax Colleotor, Drsdtord Count

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