Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: May 18, 1945
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04915
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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), Sees New Scenery . Innocent

. ie pinos lJit'ision Get Kicked Around . Sgt. Anderson BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPN j

s Tragic Story of An Ouer-Sensitiue G. I. . ,

'i Philippine Islands" (GadHden, Ala.) 0 n learning \ = rlttrrlnt 'u" tfrf PlIhlirntinn l1.'stahl'8hpti 1X7'l

April, 1940from their mlsfilon, the Colonel said I i

the Philippine*! "You BOYS come with me and I VOLUME SIXTY I -SF.VE1; !: t+'I'A'UU;, .IAJluutrUIt. lII". IU43 NI1MItN.Il THIRTY +

good' old Dude Division' has we'll look the area over:" ---

againthis Islands time t 0 Mindanao from the, frequently Although in colored and out officers of our were area Census Show In Starke

Figures 5,000 People
ermost ellS and second largest In those last few days In the ;
group We are I have yet to see a
e miles nearer Jap-. white enlisted man salute, and I

, sl i hundred a few weeks ago cannot help but admire the attItude
were County 23 Percent Since 1940
we Population Up
, the an DIxie "rebels" are rar- the Negro officers took in j
r that
ru geright they were all big enough to
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rr overlook entirely,

r 0Itrohlto's ment, the absence without o f everyday com BaseballAt Growth of Community Since :
or. army courtesy. VSO Organized Sunday Rapid Camp Blanding I

at Stern- ''There was absolutely no fric Camp BlandingSoldiers

dune lap could! cleanFdtptnoe I her*- t u, tion between troops of during the the area.white our joint and Quite colored occupation a-,!! Tuesday NightAn now Invited with families' to bring In Starkeare gueststo Reflected In New Report by State EnumeratorThe I.

J different story thanthe one unfolded the "home" baseball games at

I, home Of house andt when the Dixie Division arrIved enthusiastic group of volunteers Camp Blanding on Sundays. The, slight downward trend reflected In Bradford County census figures during the

t t they didn'te ing September in Camp Pickett 1943 to, Va.find, dur-colored gathered around the ban All-Post Doughboys have rolled decade from 1930 to 1940 has been sharply reversed since I the establishment of Camp I

we des- i boys using Post Exchangesand quet table at the USO Club Tuesday up a record of nine wins and no Blanding four and a half years ago.

In the theatres within the losses, up to the current week. W. M. Edwards, enumerator of the 1945 State Census, just concluded announced I
area night
perfect the
I II II Ii i I Invasion tr assigned to the southerners. That to change Two home scheduledthis yesterday that Bradford County now has a total of 10,732 "permanent" residents, a gainof

i b- ardment. I situation continued just '24 hqurs from a Woman's Service Organl-, Saturday are the 2,015 and an increase of 23 percent over the 1940 total of 8,717. '

a tough old world for some I after our Alabama Infantry regiment gallon to a Volunteer Service Or Doughboys play Terminal R. R. Starke, likewise has shown a substantial increase of 43.5 percent In "permanent"

i and the more innocent; you i pulled Into camp, to the tune ganization, Incorporating the efforts and Sunday they meet the Jan residents during the five year period. The total in 1940 was 1,486, while the total today I

the heavier you get stomped I of several near riots. of all persons In the community : nine. Both games) will be playedat I Is 2131. according to figures ;

It seems.e do not look far I wonder If the present good who are interested in: Stewart Field parade grounds : released by Mr. Edwards.

natives from the Indinese of the I will and tolerance and coopera- helping "to promote a program In Census Tabulations Since 1930 The above figures do not include -

ent I tion between OUT:! overseas white cooperation with the USO to the so-called "transi.ents" -
*as, but they do speak Eng- serve the men and women of the
and colored troop will be Rodeheaver To Be
and I enjoyed knocking a- when they are white preserved and armed forces whenever off duty 1930 1935 1910. 1945 who comprise such a fl
ruined town whose out.we've large proportion of Starke'scurrent
Ithe bivouacked on. Al- colored citizens again In the or on leave I Lawtey (town) 554 444 427 543 population. The census r

h we're farther north, the' states T If not, I'm afraid It Following a delicious supper of Here Sunday Lawtey (outside) 1823 1615 1814 2019 enumerator stated that In addition -
: will be the fault of folks chicken and shrimp pilau, the vol
te Is hotter and the rainfall Starke (city) 1339 1319 1486 2131 to these figures there are
back In the States. unteers were seated In front of Starke N. 1849 2060 1630 2321 2,089 soldiers
:sa. (outside ) their wives, and
S e the stage in the large auditorium
ore we left the Moluccas, where two Starke (outside S.) 1152 1068 956 1331 children now .living In Starke,
An event occurred skits were;
uard duties there were takenby Graham 324 216 219 222 making the city's current popula-
''that makes me conscientiously presented by members of the USO,
a Negro division Thees grateful that I am mentally staff, and a supporting cast of I Hampton (town) 311 298 306 408 tion 4,220.
moved,. in a week before soldiers Hampton (outside) 358 251 257 291 "We also have 1,250: additional
stable both hereditarily and by and civilians, showing the soldiers their wives, and children y
out and we managedt .
oved difficulties Thel'essa 318 294 285 267
of without
training (despite rumors to the operating
who live just outside the city's
along very well with them, volunteer assistance trusted New River 415 348 378 279
of contrary!) The boy focusing my con corporate limits and who visit

te the In predomi the Dixie nance Division. attention to mental matters only with the ideal set-up when volunteers y k Brooker 962 914 938 920 here every day making our current -

erners colored major recently passed his twentieth take over such duties as information !' population, for all practical
afternoon a
walked Into Headier birthday, was married and had desk, check room, library County Total 9,405 8,841 8,696 10,732 purposes, stand at a total of 5-

nfantry banking experience in his civilian decorating, serving, voice 470." Mr. Edwards stated.

Company orderly room.him background. Due to his banking recording and other activities. Moat of the county's large gain
es and silence greeted ,
Is experience, he was a payroll clerkIn Registration blanks were distri took place In the north and south

Headquarters percent" Alabamian Company bat the Division Finance Office located buted to all persons present on .."., Highlights of 1945 State Census precincts of Starke, while a sub

ly absence next door to our headquarters which they were asked to state in :f stantlal Increase was shown also
major noted the .
ie he didn'ton tent. Week before last, by what capacity they could serve S e at Lawtey and Hampton. Slight

nllltary courtesy some'coincidence, we sat side by and at what time during each Release' of the new State Census figure this week will enable declines were shown at Theressa,
but politely Inquired:
side at the movies four nights In week. Mrs. Walter Bateman director Mtarkeltes to give an Intelligent; answer to that Inevitable New River and Brooker, accordIng -
mid please tell me wheren I
find you Staff Sergeant Nel-' a row and talked of many things. ,of the club, stated that a question that has puzzled: << everyone since the beginning of Camp to figures reported by Mr.

About; twenty-five enlisted training will be held Tues Edwards. _
KhterT""Three tents down .' Blanding: "What Is the population of Starker"

the left," was the duty sernt's .men work In our Finance Office day night May 22, at 8 p. m. and e e The census figures' Indicate

reply from the chair.ut ,and each night two are stationed all volunteers who signed up for Although bona fide "permanent" residents total only 2,131. the that the growth In negro population -
there to the mll- some service are to attend. has not kept with that
guard urged pace
before ,,the major could correct answer to this question should be 5,000, for the census discloses
'llon or'so the Finance Officer Others Interested are also Invited, of vrhlt In 1935 the county bad
walked Klaer and notice In Starke and the thickly
|, in that there are that many people i
keeps on hand. Ten nights whether or not they attended the Homer Rodetteaver, worldfamous 0,433 whites and 2,893 cotonc1--
major with surprise, said: settled areas adjacent to the city limits. Although these people are
our young man was on guard meeting this week.J. singer, trombonist and evan- 37 percent negro.. The currenttotals
J,. hello, Edward Strawthers, fell asleep. gelist will make three appearances more or less transient and cannot be Included in the census figures stand at 7.825 white and
didn't to see and,, ;Inadvertently C.- Hoover,- chairman, of the ; f
talnly' expect" As punishment he was made to nominating ,committee presentedthe in Starke next. Sunday May 20. they are for all Intents and,purposes residents, Starke and. their' 2.8O7 colored-or 2T percent negro. '

here!. The majOI"'jl.extende4and six He will conduct both the 11 a:m. number remains about the The earliest recorded of .
and Kiser dig. a, hole six feet; wide : following :'v.ofri
+: embarrtssedlyE 1algh4t.hopt I feet; long, and six feet deep.' He new'VSO; whptwerei'unaelmously"; and the''8 p': .services at. the < '*. .*4-V/: ;Jti>*t '** "..'- 'I BradfordCounty, Uk.iv-J*, 187Q,
E all\ and '"t laBored wflfT:hl. shovel' In'the T" elected: Nat'Stemberg, chairman,; Starke' MethodistChurch and A breakdown of figures dlnrlonen.' that the-re-are; mere groe. showed atoUd.of-3.671.; TwMCtents,, '
graduated J II I
hard mess hall % will also appear In"a special pro limit 'of Lawtey 220 white,, From then on there was steady
ground near our Mrs. T.' IT: OBbO e, .vtce chair than white llving-wlhla! the city. --
Pa. )n..1936.
alked rcersburg a while;: ,but four years The. the following day and many of man; Mrs Barbara Clute, secre gram at 4:30: p. m. in the USO 817 negro. '! 778 in 1915 In 1920 the total
us, myself Included I am sorryto tary-treasurer. a t I
e s Dixie Division had had its Club.Mr.
ribbed him about his unpleasant Rodeheaver will be assisted '" had declined to 12.503;: but it must j
say, Mrs. Bertha Pearce was'chairman the least affected of community In
t on Kiser, especially .under Graham, apparently, ny
be remembered that Bradford then
"A job like services his sister, j
; task. In these by
yes of the three coldly star-; of arrangements for the the county by the flux of wartime population. It shows a net gainof Included the area that was later
that'll ,awake, won'tUT" Mrs. Ruth Thomas, outstandingradio !
labamlans looking curiously you delicious covered-dish supper that three residents In the past five years: 219 In 1940; 222 In 1945. subtracted to form Union County.
that Helen
"Boy quit; leaning on soloist, and Miss
J The major, noting Riser'stance was served at a long table In the e .
In 1925. the first census) after
shovel, you're not working for Benner, formerly a member of the
made his departure ''the W.P.A. now." "Reekon auditorium.The "Hymns of All Churches" radio Starkr's "permanent" population. Is almost exactly double the division of the county, Brad- j'

I a few minutes friendly but you'll be through by Monday? Rev 1.. A. Shepherd, chaplain program and now engaged in what; It was 20 years ago: 193--1,0711 1945--2,131. ford's total population was 7,024.
conversation. For the
pied of the State Prison, presidedover
To top it off, the lad was trans- touring Army Camps. .
days the Sergeant'sern '
friends asked him. ,ferred next,day; Infantryline the meeting. Mr Rodeheaver, who was song S e e e . . e e e School Bus Routes Red Cross Notes
leader from 1909 to 1931 for the

:"s got your sore major, then friend they stopped?" until, No thought the young man Rites WednesdayFor late Billy Sunday?, is famous ,asa Lawtey Are AwardedMembers Mrs. Mler, General Field Representative -

Klser is a six-foot-three, 225 was sensitive, or that he really Jack J. Jones composer of hymns and Is alsoa from the AmericanRed
School Board
of the
d 1 gave a darn where the Army plac- popular phonograph recording Ily J. L. Harrell
young giant. Cross Area Headquarters In
ed him, or that our opinions of Long-Time ResidentJack artist. When he comes to Starkehe held a special meeting Tuesday
he colonel of the colored a e e e . e e e Atlanta, visited the Bradford
meat him or our remarks mattered a will bring his famous trom- morning to award contracts for
seheduled to take over. bit. Jones, Bradford County bone, which he took with him On account of an accident beyond next County Chapter Monday and f
of bus routes
| area we were occupyingtwo ; In fact we didn't give It resident for most of his 61 years,, when he marched off to the our control, the news this the driving Tuesday. She will return In several -

of his colored cap- all until he died at his home here Sunday. He Spanish-American War, then later week Is late, Incomplete and a school term.
to conduct disaster
much thought at a
''I give our place the once his mouth had been HI at his home for abouta to the front lines during World little mIxed-up. The general con- The following persons were
his rifle In
I ,. They came Into our of- placed preparedness ins tltute for the
of accident
several fusion Is the result an J
afternoon and blew month after spending War I. awarded the same route they

|Iwl and reported to my Hudson bore his yesterday brains out. weeks in St. Vincent's Hospital He and Miss Benner were heardat that took place last Friday when drove last year; Lottie Edward, committee !In order that the chapter -, ',

Benjamin In Jacksonville the Methodist Church in Feb- the Lawtey mall-pouch, containinglast Mrs. Lea Green, Elam Lewis, may be fully prepared for anyemergency.

Mr. Jones was a pioneer em ruary and delighted a large aud- week's Telegraphs, was Sibyl Sapp, R. L. Clemons, Lily .

ngelist Heard At The TabernacleSunday ploye of the Seaboard Railway in ience with their songs and mes- thrown from the train, struck back Morgan, C. S. Kelly, Charlie Gas- The Camp and Hospital Coun ,il ilIt

Bradford County, but had been sages. the mall-crane and bounced kin, Frank No r man. Emery cil's regular qarterly meeting was

|Rotary Club the National day of operating a rooming house since Mr. Rodeheaver owns a ranch under the train wheels, tearingthe Johns, Milton Norman, Mrs' Nel- held at Camp Blanding Thursday I ,

Prayer and Praise, was observedat bag to rags and tatters. The son Green, Cleo Andrews, Mildred
17. The members taken
e Rev Hugh Pyle, who is the Tabernacle, closing witha 1931.Funeral near Palatka, which brings him loss of the Telegraph so upset. Sapp, Felix Sapp, Levin Oriffls May were ,
services were held at to this part of Florida at fre- i on a tour of the artillery range.
i ictlng a two-weeks' series of Mother's Day program in the the community that no one has and Cleveland Sullivan. F, J. Bradford
Wednesday afternoon County was represented J
home Intervals.
:ellfttic services at the .First evening, in which a large numberof with the Interment !In Crosby Lake quent been able to give me any straightdope ; Shaw was awarded the Kingsley by Mrs. K. O. Duncan, chairman t\

f l ut Church, was guest speaker young people took part.A Cemetery. The Rev. I.. D. Haines since. However, I will try I bake Village route and S. M. of the council, Mrs. H. C. Bitch, !
I recent Item of Interest to to do the best I can. I!|Mott the Brooker to Starke route. L. A. Davis Mrs. Barbara
Wm. O. Mrs.
pie Rotary Club Wednesday, awls t e d by the Rev. G. W. Mann Jr. of the i I
tog the Tabernacle group was the Smedley of Keystone Heights, Rev. Cutahaw, pastor The contract for painting Clute Mrs. T. B. Harding Mrs

an inspiring spiritualage. presentation by them of a hand- conducted the services and arrangements Lawtey Baptist Church, and Rev.Lel.and county owned busses was givento W. R Morse and Mrs. C. A. \I

some 9x12 rug to the hospital were under the direction an evangelist, took supper Elam Lewis. Knight. ,
appealed to The Killed In ActionGeorge wife's home last Tuesday -
the "menfolks"ke Chapel at Camp Blandlpg. of Key McCabe of Jacksonville at my 1

a more active part In. them presentation was made at a Sun- : and an old hen died suddenlyof Piano Students Baptist Church ;

of the church, not leav- day evening service by the spon- a broken neck. If you haven'theard i
tile job of with of peo- Pallbearers were V. H. Carden, W, Mann, Jr., S. 2-c, Rev. Leland speak yet, you Heard In Recital
tare, and a group young The revival continues at j
A R. McRae, S. E. Mrs. Geo. W. Mann the
supporting the entire- rendered a pro J. B. Carlisle, son of Mr and still have a chance to, as he will
P to the women pastor and children ple and of children music to those attend-; Sparks, Joe Martinez, and F. O. of Jacksonville and formerly of be on the air at 9 o'clock each' Wednesday evening May 9, Miss First Baptist Church with many .
of the
gram Sr been killed In action, win taking advantage opportunity -
broadcast Hemingway, Starke, has morning over WRUF. It Louise Stern presented a groupof ",
and same was to hear the
ing visiting evangell -
Surviving are his wife Mrs. according to an official Navy while to tune in. in recital The
derhill throughout the be worth your her piano pupils
to the the
House patients his tt, Rev. Hugh Pyle of
and five nieces, Mrs. communication race I v e d by
J. J. Jones Our neighbor, the Belotes, an- students took part:
hospital.The .' following Oroveland. This. Sunday he will
troyed Register Starke; Mrs. wife, Mrs. Erma Virginia Mann, whole'
by Fire Freeman of
service Tuesday evening by Willis Odessa; Mrs. Fannie daughter of G., D. Strickland of nounce the arrival chicks. a This of Carolyn Edwards, Delano Thomas, preach at both services, his morn ; '

two stOry frame building own- the Rev. A. J. Levengood of Day- May Balsleper. Mrs. R. T. Jones and Nichols.At flock of will baby make me think more Darrow Mlxon, Janet Andersonand ing message being on "The Klni"sIIIhway"
of course and the 8 o'clock
Professor message
Y Mrs. Walter Underhill and ton, Tenn., former Mrs. A. V. McClane, Tampa; and the time of his death Mann about, If not of, my friend Al- Billy Smith. Sins Will
Jennings Bryan on "Be Sure Your
led by her and her son and Bible in William one nephew, W. M. Agin, Baldwin. was on sea duty in the Pacific A large group of parents and
outstanding Find You Out".
liter-In-law, Mr and Mrll| University, was an and no details of his death are bert.Under, head of real estate friends< attended and at the con- J

Underhill burned to the Bible message and was Illustratedby and Mrs A. V. Young Mrs. A. M. available at this time. the and Mrs. Rudolph clusion of the program, refresh- Regular services Include Bible
nd mammoth chart. Mr. transfers, Mr. School at 9:45: and TrainingUnion I
Tuesday afternoon. a conductedthe Canova and daughter Carolyn and In addition to his wife and Thede have sold out their stockof ments of Ice cream soda and cake }
Mrs. Levengood' also at 6:45.: Each day throughout 1
fire began in the kitchen on Mrs. F. A. Canova of Gainesville parents he Is survived by a four- and good-will but the were served
,he Chlldrens' Bible Hour of Mrs. J. M. goods the week services are heldat
cause was recent visitors George Wayne been com assisted in carIng -
not determined. Wednesday. were months-old son transferhasn.t yet Miss Stern was 10 a. m. and 8 p. m. with Mr.

Underhill was In the house service Brownlee.AC Mann. pleted. The Thecles carried a line for her guests by her mother, Pyle In charge. .
e time and left to There will be a Baptismal in the service one groceries and shoes, Mrs. W. A. Stern and Misses'
get help. evening. May 19.Don't and Mrs. Earl Johnson and He had been of dry-goods Service are also held each j j
bUilding burned rapidly and Saturday several and received his boot trainIng as well as the essentials of life- Luclle Mitchell Janet Anderson
when year
help May 28-29-30 daughter are afternoon at 1:30: at Kin gsley .
arrived they were able forget Scotch week at the Weeks'cottage at Norfolk, Va. snuff, tobacco, c i g a rettes and and Jo Ann Dinkins. '
invitation is
the this Lake. An urgent
ave Dr. John McNeill, days
only To make
lr.! some clothing andre Evangelist and Musician of on KIngsley Lake. chewing lines gum. off, they carrieda la that Mistress Taylor (nee Inez extended to each of you to wor- i :I i:
aide .
arrives for a New MembersThe pay Is the sick I list. here at opportunity.
> Is another small Washington, D. C., Capt and Mrs. John M. big main-line stock of person- Cutahaw) on ship every .1
he three day conference. rid e, Ga., will Here's wishing. you a speedy recovery -
place which Is about five Brownlee of Balnb g following are members of ality and good will. Lawtey Inez.

''out of town in the Rising spent Thursday with Capt. Brown- the Starke Chamber of Commerce miss them when they retire. Look Out, Fish! ,t ;:
on, and I Mrs. J. M. Brown- morale of the communityhas Son Keeffee Is supposed to
mother, last The t
they will it lee's to those published
they occupy In addition bit lately breeze In from Chicago today, Bradford C o u nty's "fishing ;I.
can rebuild. lee. week: H. C. Brown G. T. Bur- Improved quite r
widows" due for another
will wife shout are
the O.P.A. has which cause my to
ra Jack Halle, who !Is an employeof rell, L. A. Canova K. 0. Duncan as it seems that elsewhere. Ration with glee and may result In another lonely spell. Florida's"' black bass 1 r:. :
Carrie Wtch is expected in Miami, Dave Levin, A. E. McKIn- been busy at midnight "
rrlve Eastern AIrLIne. scarce with my old hen dying of a broken season reopened Monday -
National points are
J home today from San week-end to spenda ney Henry Manassa, after being closed for the
nlo, will arrive this Cola wife as they once were, and the neck., Will give you the particulars -
Texas Starke Coca
where she spent his parents, Mr. and Army Store, In the next annual 60-day period.
Past month with Capt. and WAR BONDS week W.with G. Halle. Bottling Co' 'S. E. Sparks. only fly In our jar of happiness! JJ x-up. ,)1it) '-

c C. Mendoza Mrs. 1i.! k t

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I Atlanta, Ga.,
end with his parents.We Monday
Johnnie Stokes, who Is HI In that I his orders for to s
''k to report
are sorry oversea
v'' THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Douglas Mr. and, Ga Mrs. L. B. Crosby of Miss Frances Barry Is very 111 in I! Mr. and Mrs. F E; du htu.h',
Hospital. Mrs, J. B.
the Alachua County Russ wer a:
'' .u r EntaMIshnd" 1817 this Greensboro week. are visiting Pvt. Percy Dukes from Arkansas on business Wednesday tI1 Bitt t

s E. L. Matthew ____________ Editor and OWn..rPubllllbf'd .* Prescott, who has is spending several days leave Mrs. Newn Moti end,
t -f} -- fcgt.returned Paul from overseas duty, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall and Mandy child

UK) Werkly on rrktoys ami Entered a* Swond ClnnH Matter is Just visiting his mother and other William Dukes, Sr, James R. Mott were visiting end p!

\. ;" at tho I'OM' Office at Starke. 1'1.' "lda. relatives here. He will reportto Mrs., O W. Davis was shoppingin atlves In Ft. Myerl, Lakeland n
Plant City last a:
Saturday. week.
Miami for redistribution at the Alachua
"NO MAN IS REALLY Pate, Mrs. C. L.
Hitler'8 House was 0 by J, I.HARRELI end of his leave. Mrs, Henry
MADE. If we are Atkinson, Miss 11 1 lean Atkinson, Change At
Built Upon the SarldSELF Mr. and Mrs. Ed Polk and fam- Jerry'g
y Doomed From The Start physically fit we owe that A lot U being said and writ. carried the keys too, and they I ily and Mrs. Bert Stokes were'.hopplng and Miss Annie Lee Rogers were
ten these days about communism shared and shared alike as long In Starke Saturday. shopping In Gainesville Friday. Mike Cocoris of West
;t to God, to our parents, and some folks are afraid that aa there waa anything to share.In Mrs Getzon Parker and Mr j Mrs James Padgett is seriouslyill. Beach arrived this week
and to the help we had Russians will In return, Mrs. furnishedthe to 4
the preach Poultry J. B. Kelly are visiting relativesIn ..,_ his uncle Nick Alexander.
A If have good minds, we are born America the same lams, clzzlma: eggs and frying sized chick Douglas Ga. mr. anfamily Mrs Wilson Russ find h
along life's way. we er"-Isiiii'; ; ; ds-i nlng Jerry's Place,
and doctorlngs that they practiceat ens for mother' table. Mr. Poultry Miss Evangeline Cassels of POpular non !/
with them and we owe a debt of obligation to God home. However, If you takea served as the official alarm High Springs spent the week-end I High Springs Sunday. Call Street. Jerry Chrl8todo

who did not let us come into this world idiots. If we little time to Investigate you clock, waking everyone up so h* with Miss Madge Bloss. Seaman Ernest Fowler Is visiting lou who was formerly IL'II1oc'

talk it is because there is a tongue in our mouths find that the rich and welltodoare or she could get in a full day's Mrs. J. B. Russ and Mrs. Ernest relatives here this week. with Mr. Alexander in the
can doing most of the talking, work.: Mr. Bovine looked after Russ were shopping In Starke Mrs. T. C. Kelly and daughterKay will be with Manuel Til1akOlI C&!
r that God put there and we should use our tongue for while poor folk,like yours truly, the dry cattle and Mrs. Bovine Saturday.Pvt. have gone to South Dakota the Park Cafe on Walnut Sl

L fu, his glory. If we can see, It Is because lie gave. us are not having much. to say on shared her milk with her own William (Ned) Hicks of where Cpl. K/lly is stationed i name, Jerry's Place, win COn
eyes and we should use our eyes for Him."-Bob Jonesin the subject daughter, Susie and our family Camp Blanding spent the week Sgt. Malcolm Lewis went to I with the business
I Now I'm not advocating Communism Mr. and Mrs. Ham got their shareof
Here and Hereafter.
"Comments on all a form of government the grain, but worked out, as
i Thus the end of Naziism might have been seen, I but I've seen It demonstrated It were, and brought home the

even in its beginning. For, as the Christian Science In a small way and I'm bacon. No one charged for hia
;' telling you It worked out fine or her services, but just shared
u ? remarks "The house of Hitler was the house TRUCKS IS A CHEVROLET
Monitor OF EVER 3
In the llttfa community where and shared alike In the necessities 1 OUT
of the foolish man who built upon the sand. It was I wait born and lived until 10 of life.

founded on hatred, fear, pride, and oppression. It was or 12 yearn old.. About that Now perhaps I should mention

pk based on materialistic myths of blood and iron. It time, however, my parent. moved the Cash family that visited us
to town and noon took up once in a while, but not often.
had no roots in the spiritual fundamentals of social city way. and It wax every man Daddy Cash, known aa Frog-

organization-the brotherhood of man, deriving from for himself and the devil take hide, wax a traveling man, hada
the hlndmoNt. Each. fellow triedto lot of business to attend to :
a, , the fatherhood of God. : : SPSSiSBfeSSK
hoo-doo his neighbor before and wan always on the Jump. : '
G "For Hitler's main plan for building up Germany h.tot. 1I.,. -dloed himself, lnntoad We could never persuade him to :
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Monitor ;! "i.-" v. :;!.;; : :: r.v-X > ,' '.: >'' -'i'"i t' .' *-
z depended on tearing down others, the con- of loving one another and stay with WI very long./ Then
nurtured on negatives. Lack- sharing allko an they did when there. MM his good wife, Six-
tinues. "The system was
'I, we lived on the farm. bits. and the children, Twobits,
virtues of its own, it dwelt on the supposed ij;
ing positive Maybe communism Is aa bad aa Dime, Nickel and Penny. The
sins of others-the Jews, the Versailles Treaty, the rich folks say, but I can remember youngest-little I"enny-wall the C
the 'oppressive' Czechs, the 'aggressive' Poles. For. times when U came In only one who ever stayed with fit : ; W' IV VX "K: I W
mighty handy. If one of our u* long enough to be looked up- ' ; '"' : ' : ;: ; :
., I pillars of their system the Nazis took weaknesses of country neighbors had a good pea on all every-day company. : . --v. ; '. -/; . - -. i?

6 r the human mind-unreasoning prejudice, hysterical patch or vegetable garden, or Naturally we didn't make as

hate supine subservience, and fetid fear and super- I It' maybe a few head of good milch much to-do ,over her as the serving America fhari |
cows he would insist on helpingout larger members of her family.
. stition. his less fortunate friend who Although the Cash family didn't
"But now the house of Hitler has crashed in the was tussling with the wolf at the actually live on the place, every

storm of battle. Amid our rejoicing over victory let us door. Then too, if a fellow got I now and then they would bringIn

iy give thanks for God's guidance and protection, resolving sick his neighbor would go for a few store-bought article ". ;"-*::;:,*-
the doctor and the lady folks that mother. would appreciatevery
I e, to seek them more often in the struggles that still would come in to help nurse. Thenif much.

lie ahead. the poor fellow kicked the Now I don't know just how far
bucket, his neighbors would make this communism business ought to
f, "Let us also look to the foundations of the house
,1 the coffin, help put the deceased go before it stops. Compared to
of democracy. Let us strengthen its religious roots- away and water the grave with other countries I think our present

1 those spiritual concepts which expect the individual to their sincere tears. form of government is aboutas
Our farm home was a pretty good ae'we can ever hope to
gar express in gro wing i measure the wisdom, honesty,
v good example of the communal l get in "this valeof, tears" and I
kindness, justice, and brotherhood necessary for free system, It seems to me. Livingon don't .ee'much use monkeyingwith -

self-government because man is made in the image the place with us were Mr. it. I do think, however, thata
I and Mrs. Bovine and their little little more share-and-share-altke
and likeness of the one completely wise, honest, kind,
daughter, Susie, Mr. and Mrs. I In our every day living and rela-
-1 and just Father. Poultry and a flock of young tions with our neighbors wouldko

a children, and Mr. and Mrs. Hen. a long way toward bringing about Bring your car to us for a check-up-
_ 4 t e . . . . SIt A L. Sullivan Is Improving in the All of these used the smokehouseor that peace on earth we're all
hospital In Ralford.Mra. the granery that my fatherHampton hoping for _ $6fVie8 today. Let our skilled mechanics put Bit

ssa Alice in Jones was a businessvisitor e . e . . . . e . . . . . J AOfI" lIfJ first-class running condition. Help to keep

ifr N .By. HIM. .Ida. lieges. S . noon.There'. Friday after Brooker .(/11" '!.i. I'" $I" .' It serving you faithfully for the duralioij,

was a Mot her'. Day "
Lacy Thomas and I*.R. Brltt-of Meeting at Hope Baptist Church 111" and beyond by letting us service ltd
By Mrs. M. C. Sweeney By Joyce; Atkinson ,.
Lake Gau.vs-yai lLed the Thomas. Sunday with dinner the ,, ,- *
on ground. e . e.
. . .t. . p. regular Intervals Remember'
r family fYlday a? erndon. \ A large "roup ,'attended. e a DA'I ,

:' 7 Mr. 'And Mrs/ H. D. May of Sgt. Felix Sullivan of Miami Mr. and J Mrs. .Van Douberley MOTHER'S PARTY a .IJIJI1d/4", members of America's' foremost auiDoUCf'
m Hampton spent Sunday'afternoon Beach Is visiting his parents, Mr. announce tlte birth of a son, William Members of the Baptist Training .

4 with their, aunt Miss Ida Hagnn. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan this Martin, on Thursday, May Union gave a party In honorof motive service orgo'lzallon-leoden to I
hj ( Mrs Kelsey and Mrs. J. C. week. 10. I Mrs. Raud Crews at her home .
I Cochrane visited In Hampton Friday S-Sgt. and Mrs Donald B. 'Kent Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Hall had Friday night. Mrs. Crews has car and truck conservation service. And I

o afternoon have returned after aa dinner guests Saturday Mr. been an invalid for the
'il::1:,, R Jesse Thomas was shopping In 15 day furlough with spending Sgt. Cent'smother. a and Mrs, Clyde Hall and two I About 30 young people past attended year. remember, too-we service all// makes ol]
and Pvt. and Mrs E. D. "
Starke Saturday. In Rome, N. Y, this party, each taking sand- K IUY MORE WAR BONDS-HELP SPEED THE VICTORY* and
Allen and son, Joe, of Jackson cars trucks I
t t' Mrs John Jordan and two Mrs. H. Moorer of Miami le ville. Pvt. Allen recently returned wiohea, cookies, etc. and the time
; daughters of Alachua' visited Mrs. visiting her slater, Mrs. E. S. Sib- from Medical TransportationCorps was devoted to singing and pray4 i
; Jordan's mother, Mra, S. R. Swin- ley. er. Torode
service in England with
1 q' Chevrolet Co
a dell Sunday. Mr and Mrs.. L. R. Dennison the Army. Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Stokes, Mr. .
V; , Mr. and Mrs. Lee Durkhalt of and daughter of Gainesville visited and Mrs. I L. ,
,ii Mr. and Mrs K. B. Wattersonhad Parker, and Bert
'"M i Hampton attended the services at Mrs. Dennison'a parents, Mr as 'Sunday dinner guests, C. Stokes were visiting their brother, Starke Florida

Hope Baptist Church Sunday. and Mrs. W. W. Packham, Sun- H. Harper and Mr. and Mrs. A. ,
7tur +', We are glad to hear that Mrs day. B. Martin of Starke.

Mrs. J. T. Guy and Lt. John
j Guy are spending several days in
r Frultland Park with Rev. henry

' ; Will you hold a Guy Mia.and Jettie family.Whyte had as week- \,

} end guests, Mrs. J. T. Blanton )
1 and daughter Donna of Tampa. \ 1

'f" ''1I FAT SALVAGE'' BEE spent Mrs.several J. M.days Maxwell in Jacksonville recently n\ \ : I \ IM

with her daughter and son-in-law,
Mpott I
f Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wiggins. M1

for ? Mrs. Jessie Morgan and little BUY u <<111
your country
I grandson Roy Morgan spent Sun- +wl I 6 M4'J

day Priest with and her Mr.mother and ,Mrs Mrs Gilbert Idella III I !

.Lamoreaux. Mra. Morgan has
tilw vecently moved to Jacksonville.H. .
T v tT4b V. Saxon and family and

Mrs. E. C, Morris and daughter, /
I' Sue left Monday for Pompano and WAR I
r l lu Everglades. They have been guestsof
Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. Saxon.
Mrs. LJnnie Sealey left Sunday
/ for Brooksvtlle where she will
Y ff make her borne.
Misses Hazel Brown and Juanlta
Kalch of Jacksonville visited rela-
i r
l tives here Saturday. BONDS Is
Dennis Parker U. S. C o a S t
1 Guardsman Is the guest of his

s parent, Mr. and Mrs. John H.
\cv, \ Wr0 LJ Parker. \ ri
k p
Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Duncan and ,
.. children, Teddy and Sue, of
M t HEMIMAKiaiCJUhenandgh- TO MEET THE NEEDS of Gainesville were Sunday guests .......sil, '.:.t. .
tt' ->** bor needs our of L. A. Wynn and Mr. and Mrs..
help all the
country, used fats are desperately Purvis Hazen.
pitch (in and give him a hand. anted Scrape pans.Skim !oIl'. and Mrs. Jackson of Hawthorne &.S.: : \

Many a harvest would have soups and gravies. Save meat spent Monday afternoon : /

been lost without the help of trimmings+ and table visiting Mrs. M. C. Sweeney. Mr. v

a, t an old-faahioned husking bee. a week melt them down.scraps Your;once Jackson la signal maintainer for i\n\ *|

+ t Right calling towns and now on you, your, the country women In la points butcher and will up to give 4 cents you for 2 every red I i the Whyte: Mrs SAL and Vivian in lions Hawthorne.Webb Billy and Mrs.Char-WTO "To have and %

meet hold a a fat-talvage critical on fat the bee shortage farms and help to or pound.local, call If you your have County any Agent difficulty i lonvllle.ley Dees, spent Monday\. in Jack- to hold"STARKE I


Corner Call ami Christian St....
Needed this Rev. W. G. Smedley, Pastor ,*
BY year: 100,000,000 more pounds i Services as follows: *

i'' + of used fats! Bible School each Sunday at

,, y44 W I II 10 a. m.Preaching.
I and communion services COCA-COLA '
Yl! r Ap .HJ 6y Oil Paid/.e":fedvrrry at 11 a. m. and 8.00: p. m. CO. ';

y i I Prayer meeting each Wednea-
r I day at 8:00: p. m.
i Ire 1Ioe"BRADFORD i i'AGE -


., rr9r"! ''fi1 1Yr'NiFS', 1'11"EIY+MC! 4+ w*-aorw..Mr .


STARKE. FLORIDA ".un__!! mI'1!!
u ------
. . . Mr. Fielding Chapman Fielding n .
. and Beach visited.'Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Lake BuUer . . . . . . i .I
e. 3rd. and Walton, and Mr. Cox: from until i e tended the revival meeting! Mon- Trudle Crosby of Maxville recently '.
Friday Wednes-
Farm and Mrs L. F. Chapman. During the past week Mr. and day night at China Grove Baptist :
tate day. During his leave Mr. Bradshawr -! Mrs A. C. Davis had as visitors SunnybrookBy I.
Mr. and :Mrs H. Church. I
K. Tyus and made Remember the sing held each I :
a trip to the central
Miss Lucille Rhoden of
81 l\'rs. Dr'..fl. WhItfield. . . sons, Kenneth and Harold, and< part of the state to visit his sla i Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strickland Macclenny and, Mrs. Araula Crawford Mr. and Mrs C. C. Crosby and Friday night at Corinth Baptist / I '

.IS1IML'ZuTY L.their Carter guests, S-SgL and Mrs. R. ter. son, Johnnie of Graham, Sgt and . . e . . . . sons Rule and Bobby were visit II Church. Everyone is cordlauy invited i '
and .
"'LUB son. Bobble, were Harry L. Tyson U.S.N.R., spentSunday Mrs. Willis ing their daughter-in-law. Mrs. tq attend. i
\ ( visitors of Mrs. C. A. Aahton and John and son, John Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kelly spent
vases of exquIsite spring family In Daytona with his parents, Mr. Jr., of Ft. Myers and Mr. and the week-end In Starke with their I
//Jany dub Room a for several and Mrs. R. H. Tyson, en route ,
the Mrs Clifford Rhoden. Miss Lorine .
days last week. son anti daughter-in-law, Mr.: and
ers A for the regular from his home In :Miami to a Rhoden and S 2-c Rudolph Rhodenof Mrs. Warren : j
ely Community ClubNiday Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger and P.O.E. Waldo. Kelly. High School Boys & Girls
tlng of the of last week. son, Bradley, and little Sandra During the past week-end Mr. Mr and Mrs. O. E. Crosby had
afternoon Capt. and Mrs. Martin Griner
Smedley and Mrs. as week-end guests, their son-in-
J. H. Vernerof and
president. Mrs Alfred
Thrift of
Turney Monica, \
C came Saturday to spend several law and
s.1of. Jacksonville daughter Mr. and Mrs.
and were guests of Ga.,
meeting Mrs. W.
sided,' over the Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Overstreetand days with Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Eddie Cain of Gainesville. Alter
Mrs. M. Brad
and ley son, Herbert of
M. Richard Macclenny Grrner, Sr. Capt. Griner has r
a Rev
0. Mother's C M. Batten filled his
P RlcMris were hostesses Day. Mrs. Verner remained and !..Ir. and Mrs. Clyde Johns ofTaylor delayed leave while transferring regular Ton Finish School
with Mr. appointment at Corinth
and Mrs.
sandwiches and coffee Bradley were guests of Mr. and from Camp Lee, Va., to
served for a new Baptist Church Sunday. After
social hour several days while their Mrs. Lawrence Dagger. What? ,
the assignment.The the j
morning services Mr. Batten
lng other visitors returned to Jacksonville 1,
Crews of Lawtey Sunday ( Mrs. R Carter arrived Saturday W.M.U. of Ralford Bap- and family, Mr. and Mrs Floyd
.ties GI'eat week-end with Miss After spending night.several from her home in Miami and tist Church met with Mis.. J. E. Crosby, and family and Mr. and WIIat Are Too 1 ia \
nt the p days visited her on-ln-law and Going To Be?
with Mr and Mrs. C. L. daughter Chambers Monday afternoon.Mr. Mrs Marcus Conner attended the .
Moncrief. McMillan.
Hrig R. Jones and daugh- Mrs J. E. Norris and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. K Tyua until and Mrs. Lawrence Dugger sing at Hope Baptist Church In I
j Roy
Ira[ Tuesday when ; ,I
left she and S-Sgt. Theresaa. +. What Are Ton ;
Linda and Barbara Lee, McMillan and little daughter, returned home Wednesday after!' t \
* and Mrs. R. L. Carter and T. 1)0'I
for Akron, Ohio where Judy, returned to their home In Bobbie, son, having via i 11 e d Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Jane Kelly of Starke Going ,
day went to
of Lt. Winter Haven to was a week-end guest 0 f her N
will be with relatives Crescent City Monday. Claude Johns In Belle Glade since
y length of visit other relatives. Sgt. Carteris uncle and, aunt, Mr and Mrs. k b Have YouConsidered
,ei for an Indefinite Mrs. P. D. Fancher, Sr., Mrs. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Duggerwere
on furlough
following C.
M. E. Griner, Sr., Mrs. L. F many accompanied on their trip C. Crosby and family 410
e. months of Food
foreign duty. W C. Ward, W. T. and
)fr and Mrs. J. H. Hundleyas Chapman and Mrs Fielding Mrs. J. C. Wallace was the by their children, Jean, Richard Crosby
, their Mother's Day guests Chapman were in Jacksonville afternoon guest of Farm friends and Mary. Hospital In that city. IletaiUr-g?
a. Jim Ritch of Camp Blanding Friday Returning home with Sunday. She is making her homein Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Godwin hadas Mrs, S. R. Dobnon and daughter r
MM. Reese Bradley and son, them was' Mrs. P. n. Fancher, Jacksonville while Lt. Wallaceis visitors last week-end. Dr. and Mrs James Johns of Starka Food Retailing offers you employment In one of the largest, most .
ton. of Jacksonville. Jr., who had been visiting her overseas. Mrs. T. S. Field of Jacksonvilleand were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E, stable Industries! in our country. All jobs are not behind the i ,I ;
,lr. and :Mrs. C. W. Ford 'ard parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mc- Following a week's visit with Mrs. L. Skidmore and Misses G. Land and of Mr. and Mrs. R. counter. There are department heads, supervisors, buyers, managers ; .
from their home Crary for two weeks. Louise and Winifred Burke L. Markham from until ; .l
Saturday Peeque
}[ Thursday
I' and Mrs. Gurney Crews" Mr. and other Jobs which offer unusual opportunity to those fitted ,
Linden. Ala., to visit their Petty Officer 2-c and Mrs. Knlce and Mrs. A. T. Moore returned to who are Registered, Nurses attached Monday.C. .
and trained for them. Success in food retailing is a good success
ghter and young grand-sons, Bradshaw and children of Atlantic their home In Miami Friday. to the staff at St. Vincent's C. Crosby and son Bute at- :'
Miss Melba I,
Stringfellow began --------- ------ - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - -
,"H irh" : jt"G '.:' 1 'N.'A' L'F'' '\j 0 Ri crl''' : ' her work as Bell Telephone op- Part Time Or Summer Employment t (
T \"" ,R ... .' :'.' erator :Monday and is living at For Safety, Comfort and Economy . I
:W.QR'T: .8. f KN P:;.vym I:: for part time or summer employment. The experience gained now ''I'
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier FOR COURTEOUS I''
will fit you to advance rapidly when you enter full time ; '
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1f3 I ..
FLORIDA Cecil McRae and family In McIntosh r employment.Ask

for Matter Day INFORMATION I'Jd If The :Manager For An Application lank At 1'/ '
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Young of Lake f ,tLOVETT'S t
SHRIMP CVRRVJrlfl5p Butler and little Glenda Faye and Please' Phone 147FLORIDA Q ;
Alice Sue Johnson of Ralford i t j

.r---- spent Mother's Day with Mr. and MOTOR LINES BUSSES '
..w I Mrs. M. D. Young. Other guests Or write to PERSONNEL MANAGER Winn &. Lovett i i
of Mr. and Mrs., last UNION BUS STATIONTemple
Young week Fla. :
Grocery Co. Drawer B. West Bay Station. Jacksonville
I were W E. Fillyaw, of Ashburn Ave. LACY CONWAY, Agent Starke, Flaw .i ii !
Ga., and Mrs. Edith Flllyaw of 4. r" ., .. I

,' i

FutJ'i" .t ,

WAJtejAsm( W&rtf**& ."That Grass :

-tJIJ'b . I Ia \\1

ft E.SHRIMP c', \p E CURR" is our Living Son .'

\ ,
1 r, _//
CrI' gether Dour, add .
tablespoon ut.S. -
i .
oleO" :of t milk' end CpOk add >rblesPoonTo TITC .

a \ water add to theseuce. .. I ?I

owdarend d..n. boiled -'- : ..5""';; ."_.. ..._..... _... .... -..,. ::IJl. ., _
end .P'i6 -""- -- ... ...... ..... -
Stir In 2 quarVfit" +,It I' ''! '* ':'' 11_ '" -:: -- 'J"- I '
''UI\ I r-r ._
S's eup'ol\ osVr7! 'y- ""' ;.:;;: ::;''.'' .'.-"-' ::- - .: : : :

mPAdd 1 0'"as,.....0'tr" brag \\'" -.-- ,.. .....-. .-..;.;-.'.- ..'...... ....,,....--:: 4.,, : ... .,.
sevtnq ci e" d ,c;. ...;:::.:ft I I
S peat ,\\>> le "ass. lAPfAT THIS RANCHER SAYS to his SOD is :veY-"" ;: $... :1 j ;:

k"wledge good part of the living for all of us here in BUY MORE ?"I" '' ;

America. More than half a billion acres of the WAR BONDS .f..1l. ( ;

United States-roughly,SO%of all our farm and I. .. u.1 t iiJ, '' 1

and ranch lands-ia in grass. "Should its harvest d '.
a \
oshott1e fail for single year,"aid John James Tngallgj steeper elopes should never be broken.In the long

a "famine would depopulate the world." run, it is your most profitable crop on hillsides Jt M't I

Grass ia the preserver of much of our agricultural because it controls erosion by tying down your

wealth and the basic raw material of many top soil and reduces evaporation of essential WESTERN RANCH MIAT LOAF

of our necessities. It is a major crop. And more moisture. Your State Agricultural Experiment 2 pounds I"'OUndf, or 2 teaspoons salt

f Beer than that,it'nature's way of transferring health- Station will tell you of new and improved varieties 1 pound each beef and 2 egg. '
lamb 3 colt bread '
\\ building materials . vitamins, minerals, and of grass you" might try to your profit and 1 medium onion cups crumbs '

other essential elements . from the soil into they will also advise you about reseeding, lime )i cup diced
yj- the foods that nourish the nation: Grass must and fertilizer. And never overlook this important > pass through livestock to be converted into prodrule of grata: care-don't overgrazel )i cup diced green 2 lableHpoona :

,ucts useful: to man. We at Swift. Company are marketing the pepper peppers or >i teaspoon or melted butter

So let's give our pastures, meadows: and range products of your grass, and BO we say with you Chop onion. d celery or carrots in '

lands the care they deserve.: Grass on your "Grass ia our living, too!" lard. Combine withngreen pepper, salt eggs, :''I'' :

bread crumbs: ,and water to make drawing. Add '. :
MORE MONEY FOR DAIRY FARMERS There's a Black''Sheep. half the dressing (one and one-half cup) to the :
well. half the mixture in
meat, mixing Pat out a I '
--.:::::, .. In almost every band. two-quart loaf pan. Cover with remaining dreM- ,,'
1. Grow plenty of high-quality! rough- (. ... But he'.notaa bad aa hit
__.-.1.... then top with remnining meat m ltW'e. lake .
age. reputation paints him. lugs moderate oven (350"F) one and one-quarter :f
J 2. Balance your herd with your feed Permanently dyed black ),ours. Dante twice with tomato juice and butter : I
g supply. by nature his fleece can to keep loaf moist. Yield: 10-12 fervingt. ,
The Southeast' 3. Keep production records on each not be bleached. The It,
spirit ; p
cow in your herd. | uses for black wool are I
of gracious hospitality is 4. Practice disease control method. limited so care must bo ..J l

perfectly expressed in its W 5.Produce milk and cream of the highest ee ci edtokpitprop- IT'S 2,049 MILES FROM i '
aea quality. erly sorted In the wool clip. However,manu I '
dishesof t'aeturt'rsdoweaveltintobroadcloth.AndHEREFORD TEXAS TO $ '
great regional
6. labor methods.
Adopt -roving ;
believe it or not-the wool from the black
which Florida Shrimp VVFA'f 8-Polnt 7.Take care of your land. sheep in the flock becomes clothing for the \ HARTFORD, CONN. .t

Curry is one-and its Dairy Program >8. Develop a sound breeding program. clergy. To the west of the Mississippi i is 1"a ; i.

great regional beer JAX CASH PRIZES FOR producedtwothirdaofthenation'aTo : '
meat. To the east live more than 1
the Drink of Friendship. test a spark plug, take a lead To woe time illl17'ItUinIl'the tractor, BEST LETTERS two-thirds of all Americans. II;I '

When these two meet as companions -11 pencil, sharpen both end. and palntaUthedailYJubrlcationa Underthe conditions: either livestock or fresh meat I J f
make a bole in center, place one one color and all the weekly la brica- Write us a letter, 250( words or leas, 1 .... i
on the dining table, an unforgettable ------- end on top of spark plug; ground tion spots another color. These telling us which of tho six Swift must be trans..t'V"n d as J ,
S dinner !is assured. the other end on cylinder heed. ahould how up plainly against the advertisements that have wo know, it has been found to be more economical: to
Spark will Jump the gap in pencil. color of the tractor. Mrs. L. K.Company slaughter the animal* in central plants in surplus producing j'
Oak Hill HI. Schatt, Weat Union Iowa. this publication since November -
S Get with C. W. Wagner. .rr sections, save the by-products then transport
acquainted our own re- you prefer, and why. k
1't'' the meat in refrigerator cars to the consuming sec I
gional' delIghts. . with our incom If you wish to refresh your memtion, than to ship the live animals. '
parable '= Meet Bill Reneker Swift's Head Hog Buyer mail us a and we will
Southeastern dishes and our Dry request To have a market for livestock, we must find a mar-

renowned regional beer, JAX, which =.,,, If you have marketed hogs since 1907, chances are that Bill send you all six: advertisements. LetLet<<; for meat. The job of nation-wido meat packers ia "

is brewed Reneker bought some of them for he has bought more than 30 ten will be judged by: an impartial to bridge the gap, an average of more than a thousand ;
especially for the tastes of million for Swift's . some of them in Western Canada where committee whose decisions will be miles,made up in part from such trips as Boise,Idaho; J i

this region. You'll find pleasant. refreshment be was buyer from 1916 to 1923, and the rest in the final. First prize $50.00; second to Boston' from Denver to Detroit from Paducah to '

In golden mellow, JAX U. S. A. He became head hog buyer for Swift. Comprize, $25.00; third prize, $15.00; Pittsburgb; and from Hereford, Texas, to Hartford i

whether pany in 1932. fourth, fifth, sixth seventh eighth, Connecticut. It is necessary to have a large organiza: :a
you drink it with meals H When not buying hop Bill Reneker likes to judge ninth and tenth prizes, $10.00. ContWn with proper facilities to handle efficiently nation- t '

any other time of day. JAX Is a ---'-- them in the show ring. Right now test closes July 15.Address your letter wide distribution to the thousands of consuming centers ; f J

premium beer in sense..but 1 he's booked until next September to to F. M. Simpson, Department 128, of America. J II .
every judgeatsevera1abows81Ulbogmeet. Swift& Company, Chicago 0, Illinois. l
you don't have to pay premium' ings. This is the last page of information that we win issue '.' ,

price to enjoy it! C An interest in bogs comes to Bin until|, September. But please don't let the roams keep \
s naturally. His father was a livestock Swift & Company you from writing us when we can be of help to you

All salesman and his grandfather con Better -i11come: and see us in Swift Company's

say duchdacommissionbusinceeinFittsUNION STOCK YARDS office building at tho Union"Al S' I.. +1 ,
r burgh far back as 1866. His hobby CHICAGO 9, ILLINOIS Stock Yard, in Chicago. 'l. ry A. *

ia sharing his vast knowledge of hogs ea iwtao I s? .rrhDrparimml G

th with farm boys and girls.If ei

*AX BREWING COMPANY I you should see this big, friendly * NUTRITION IS OUR BUSINESS AND YOURS *. *

man in a show ring, don't hesitate to Right Eating AJJf lit to Your Y_ar., and Yours to Your HI ".c

- Jacksonville, Fla. get acquainted with him. - 1AYE + t


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: wits while in the prison . '. The little : : ;:;
over W9:
me think the war S M
1 iIJ SOCIETY and CLUBS Early morning scene: Isadore girl is now with her grandparent ,
while her mother is
Lecin waiting for the bank door at Melrose, The. Woman' Society
he could recuperating' In a San Francisco ,Uan ServIce ot
to Monday ayem so will
. Liz Nasworthy says meet >11
"' purchase the first 11,000 bond of hospital afternoon May 21, at
Mrs. Terry HonoredOn Methodist Circles. she celebrated Sun- 3:30: ,o
the 7th War Loan Drive . the birthday place of meeting is the
73rd Birthday Met Last WeekThe He' bought the first bond in day was the best yet . Seems church. Mr*. Titus Olson Met
r rated TWO cakes and receiveda i '
she eto
I each drive so far . I One will have charge:
Friday May 4, the women of home of Mr, and Mrs. L. D. beautiful sterling silver and program. Business \
"Thar thing change the geous alligator pocketbook a gift ill
entertainedfor Vlning was the place of meetingof rose gold compact . aided over -
the Lawtey W.M.U more they are the same"Couldn't . from a certain member of the Air Hear the meat shortage Is so i by the president
her 73rd Circle One of the Woman's W. E.
T'J. Middleton.
Mrs : Terry on ,
help but be reminded of Corps who has just been trans acute that Camp Headquarters
with covered Society of Christian Service, on . See in the
a So long you
birthday anniversary -
the truth of that old sayln' this ferred from the Pacific to Ecua- employees had to postpone
dish luncheon at the home of Monday May 7, and Mrs. Vln for! next . Mrs. B. C. Holtzenuorf
week upon hearing Mrs. Bill dor to teach the natives how to picnic which was planned
Arwood. ing and Mra. H. C. Retch were Carolyn. Sunday in Jasper.
Mrs. H. B.
Stern complaining about the per- fly . Hear the serenading job Tuesday at Gold Head Branch . .
'. ; The Rev. O. E. Cutshaw offereda co-hostesses. Choice Spring sistent old hog that insists on that Irene Lewis, Vesta Myrick "What's a picnic without chicken -.
prayer of grace and thanked flowers added to the charm of rooting a hole la the very same and other performed for Ruby ?" asks Jimmy Seymour' (director -
God for the long, useful Christian the living: and dining rooms of spot near her back door steps (Hinton) and Robert Lewis on of employee relations) . .
'i m life of Mrs. Terry, then the members this hospitable home. every night . Each morning I Wednesday night of last week And "What, Indeed?" echoes
A The meeting was opened by
sang "Happy Birthday. Mrs. Stern fills the hole back up was a thorough one and Included Eloise Dobbs who was supposedto
Mr W. J. Churchwell
After luncheon, little Charlotte leading and the next day there it Is a- bells and, soda crackers In the be in charge of arrangements,
in a devotional service, her subject -
McKinney brought in a shower of the first gain I . This isn't the only com- most unexpected and annoying but couldn't arrange for the necessary -

P of surprise birthday gift ter of being"The part Word of His Grace"chap, plaint about stray porkers com places! . Add sudden changes: chickens . Of course Idon't .

stm Enjoying this lovely affair with by Costen J, Harrell. Miss Olive ing from Lafayette Street . Lt Col. Telfair Long was all set believe it, but out at Campthey're a
Others have long been indignant for a trip overseas . a changeIn telling about the newly-
Mrs. Terry and Mrs. Arwood were Ray gave an interesting review
about the pigs that roam the orders and he stays in the made corporal who was so proudof
Mr. and Mrs O. E. Cutshaw, Mrs. of Saint Paul's writings In the
neighborhood, sleeping under good ole U.S.A.! . So you see, his rating that he ordered a
7 .Troy Bennett, Mrs. A. Pierce, Mrs. book Impressive of Epheslans accounts; also told of several his- : houses and Infesting the yards I a woman Isn't the only one who set of neon stripes! . Now you SUN. MON. TUES.MAY 20-21.2

McDonald. Mrs. A. H. Harley, work In with fleas . What with the changes her mind .the Army tell one . .
s Ephesus Rome. Miss
Mrs V. R. Reddish, Mrs. S. Dar- Ray was assisted In her review scarcity of meat In the local mar- does it too . MYSTERY FICTION'S MOST LOVABLE ROGUEON

,+ c' ley, Mrs. J. P. Wyrlck, Sr., Mrs. by Mrs. I* A. Davis and Mrs. kets, shouldn't be- surprised to Those Mho attended the Episcopal -
J, P. Wyrlck. Jr., Milts Bessie M. W, Greasier. ,.hear of some missing hogs, if Fee! . Polite waiter dIscovered tea at the Melrose home of THE SCREEN AT LAST!
this sort of thing keep up . J . White House HotelIn Col. and Mrs. Kelly recently were
Mrs. W.
B. Sewell, chairman of
Terry, Mrs. McKinney and Mrs.W.
Gainesville .. . Monday night carried with the at-
quite away
..1 a! ., Moore_ __ _,. .Mr.',". Terry's_ .___ friends co-chairman Circle One ,and conducted Mrs. H. the C. Retch business , But what mad-me think of the I. And this la no unfounded tractiveness of the place . Col.

and loved one join In wUhlni r session, and at this time "more things change" quotationwas folk . I actually sat at I| Kelly, you remember. was_ one. of
her many more useful years. plans were made for the Church this little item that appearedIn hiS table . He bowed and the early commanders 01: '-'lUDp'
Fellowship dinner on Thursday the March 12, 1887 Issue of scraped no less than ten times, by Blanding . Seems he was so ss
night, at the Methodist Hall. the Telegraph: actual count said "thank'am" taken with thla part of Florida
The hostesses, assisted by Mrs. "Would it not be a good Idea to at regular Intervals and that he bought a home at Melrose
J. R. Wainwright, served delicious shut up the hogs for a while; poured additional water1 and cof- for his retirement years . .
refreshments to 14 guests present especially until the winter travelIs fee as If he really enjoyed the Their daughter who was in the
fr Circle Two over? A good fat hog is an task . After four years of ne- Philippines with her husband, was

Mrs. E. S. Matthews and Mrs. ornament to any place, but the glect and surliness, the politenessof imprisoned by the Japs in the infamous -
E. L. Matthews entertained Circle average street hog of Starke is this colored waiter rates head- Santo Tomas In Manilla 1i

I I' Two, at the home of the for a disgrace to the man who owns lines with me Almost made I and a child was born to thempdea4

mer on N. Walnut St. The roomsof him. We would suggest that -
the lower floor were decorated they ba ground up and used to
6 with garden flowers such as asters fertilize the new shade trees s :'c r .

snapdragons, larkspur and that were set this spring."
J calendula, all tastefully arranged Well, what'd'ya know about
1, ;' P) Starkea in baskets and vases. that? The past 58 years have
The The opening prayer was made brought a lot of changes to
k; finest by Mr*. A. Wood, and was followed Starke but the gad-about hogs hk
F.; by Mrs. W. J. Chandler are still with us . Looks like ; 'fig
k t; restaurant Band who led v In the study of the new we just can't get citified to save Real Mounted Alligators k

boOk, "The Word of His Grace". our lives . SS

I ,' bar Mrs. Chandler was assisted in reviewing A Lee, ,Human Pocketbooks 1
the chapter by Miss Kate Hear that Liirlle Davis was

Struth. Mrs A., W. Anderson, quite thrilled over the Mother's Military Jewelry .'
Mrs. Barbara Clute and Mrs. Annie Day orchid she received from her
Lou Godwin. niece Lt. Janice L. Tatum who
Shell Novelties and Souvenirs
SIZZLINGSTEAK A Mrs. A. F. Saute, Circle Chair- Is a flight nurse with the Army

4 Yr man, presided over the business Air Corp, and stationed In Hono-
.;(1 u ( 4 session and plan were made for lulu Lucile is spending this Head Scarfs and Pillow Tops
I the Church Fellowship dinner at week with her dotters at FSWC

m LOBSTER the Methodist Hall, on Friday and is the guest of Cora Marsh- Mexican Handmade Jewelry '
{ Y evening May 11. Mrs. W. O. burn . Just heard of an interesting % I

4 SHRIMP M Halle, co-chairman assisted Mrs. meetln-up coincidencethat Alligator Pocketbooks, Billfolds and
Sauls In planning for this covered took place In Paris recently
dish dinner. . Seems that Lt. Murry Oakleyran Key CasesWONDER
CHICKEN The 13 members present enjoyed into Chaplain Ben Montgomery .

P refreshments of sherbertand In a Paris hospital Your f
cake, which was served by face Is familiar," quoth the Chaplain
the hostesses.Mrs. - .. . "Well, It should be. You PS : _I"IJ.
B e performed my marriage cere- 6te
For J. R: Wainwright: mony," Murry replied . A sud- :( ., CARROL NAISH

I den light dawned in the Chap- GALE SONDERGAARD
i Connols.d.t. Hostess At Melrose lain's eyes. "Why, surely. You're .

.. Dorothv Whlte'n himhamt. ni-sn'f. Mrs. Bessie DavisProprietor -w": GEORGE DOLENZ MILES MANOEI
I Mrs. J. R. -
seurs Walnwrtght enter- you?" : : He; was, d-'Is--: : < r .
+" the members of the "Tues
; 9 O day Night Bridge Club" at her SHOP

r of In Melrose Wednesday after- ing Cant excited blame over Fran that Peek simply for gor-be- I ALSO LATEST WAR NEWS

!' ::w tt Good.Food ..Mrs. W. C. Powell and Mrs. f .., .
Glen Wood -
won high and low
respectively at the end of the
DrinkO game and Mrs. Wood and Mrs.
'!" Wm. Baegett,won defense stampsin
a game of "Bingo."
I Mrs Wainwright was assisted
In serving refreshments to her CI/'u ab-out
t1 guests by Mrs. D. A. Monteith ,to'l.y P
and Mrs J. R. Prill.

Present were Mrs. Monteith,
Mrs. Prill. Mrs. Wm. Baggett THE MAN BEHIND
Mra. Morgan Darby, Mrs. Joe
Scanlan, Mrs. Vernon Sllcox, Mrs.
Glen Wood, Mrs. C. Hill Mrs. THE MAN
Lucille Mitchell, Mrs. James Lewis, THE PLOW

Jr A Treat For The Mrs. W. C. Powell, Mrs. Elmo
Struth Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs.
FamilyWhen H. H. Adams, Mills Carolyn
Green and Mrs. George Flynn. a

the whole family is dinIng -
e, 7{ i t out you'll want the !brat In W.C.T.U. To MeetThe E'o
err rb food, the most efficient service.

And that's Just what you'll regular monthly meeting of p
t 1 find here at a reasonable the Laura H. Scott W.C.T.U.wlll t1"Z

} price. be held Friday afternoon, May 25, ECORD breaking wartime food production
at 3 p. m. at the
home of Mrs. 'in
this State
in the fact of
shortage in r
325 Temple Aye. J. T. Quigley on Mable St. A
and labor
i +fd machinery is a glowing tribute to the
//,,,i. full attendance is desired and Florida farmer landing side by side with that farmer

Y"A -M visitors are cordially welcomed. and deserving similar praise is the County Agent.

- - Practically every Florida county has a County Agent
and most of them have his feminine counterpart the

Home Demonstration Agent, as welL For a, quarter
NOTICEManufacturers of a century, these trained agents, selected because of
their knowledge of the agricultural problems of the
particular county in which they serve, have labored

' have been unceasingly From the University at a never-ending of Float! Aguculiuul educational Evmuion problem. 4t ,........r,.., ,oO, .. ..

advised that they will Service and similar experimental stations throughout -
'' be allotted the country, from the U. S Department of Agriculture _. .
only 30 .
per and from other sources, they have obtained the ?
cent of materials to manufacture newest information of value to farmers and this they __ .

paint until further ib promptly passed along. Through 4H Club work they c__
1 nave reached the farm children. ,
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notice. The aJti
container -
With the outbreak of the war, they have acted ai
i ' rais.i situation is also r rationing agents for the government for farm machinery

Auk, , very serious. We have a ,gasoline. and other agricultural needs. The A.A A. f

', large stock of is operative ah rough them, as an many other federal ____
agencies. Problems of farm
labor, use of Bahaman natives .
r and prisoners of war fall under then jurisdiction.
Through them, the American program 10 feed the -
ration, in armed force and untold .
on hand at present, so !K? 1 1iIr the world has been vitalued and has been throughout madeto ....
i we suggest that work.
you an- ,,b
ticipate your needs and 9 And so, we. salute the men and women behind the
buy now. plow Our County Agent and Home Demonstration
Agents and then chief in Florida, A.P.Spencer
i } 1% Director of the University or Florida Extension Service.a .

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fBiTS of LOCAL NEWS I that Friends Dale Bradley will be, sorry 10 month to learn old Business Women's VI r. and Mrs. Cobb Mrs Darby HostessAt byIr... Guy Sale, who-was

son of Pfc. and Mrs George C. Circle Meets At Lawtey Home Lovely presented with a pit and peppershaker I
Bradley, was carried to the Party In the b1n,0'gaml's..
L. Wall will Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard Law Gainesville The Business Women's Mrs. Wm. Powell won a bottleof
Mre W. Hospital Monday night Circleof Mr and Mra. Charles Edwin ,
of Sweetpeas larkspur and
endS that she III 111Rlverslde visited friends In?Lakeland last with the Baptist Church snap- perfume, while' Mrs Wnllarb t
pneumonia. met Mon
itarn Cobb, whose
to marriage was an dragons were used in decoratingthe
lOrry in Jackson- week. Mr. Law was pastor of Mrs. day, May 7, at the Baggett won defense stamps
Hospital LeRoy Grant and Mrs. home of Mrs event of April 21 in Jacksonville, screened porch and living
First ..
Baptist Chnrch there for Those enjoying Mr Darby'sh08pllallty
Grace Gordon were shopping In Floyd Green on West Call St. are at home to friends at the room of the C. A. Darby summer
spent several years. The leader Mrs. L. were: :Mrs Hal Alex-
Haroutunlan Tuesday afternoon. A. Canova place which home on Little Santa Fe Lake,
J. Cobb
recently ander, Mrs. Mrs.S .
r8 fn Mrs. E. W. Hayes, Jr., and Mike led the devotional, with "Brotherly George Flynn
dey iacksonvllle. daughter Sue, of Jacksonville Cocorla of West Palm Love" as her purchased from A. A. Annie east Thursday afternoon of last week R. Johns, Jr., Mrs. H H. EAdams E
the topic. Several
Anderson spent Beach arrived this week to make when Mrs. Darby was hostess at .
Mrs. R. G Kidd, MrLJ09
Janet of
spent the week-end members Lawtey
with la
OIlS Doris MrsHayes' his home joined giving short
end with Miss with his uncle, Nick a delightful bridge party. Prill. Mrs Vernon SJJoox MissLucre .
: *fit State Farm. parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Alexander. prayers, asking that tbls "Love" Mrs. Cobb Is a niece of Con- Tempting refreshments of salad .
the Mitchell Mrs Cy Hill, Mra.Elmo
'* B. Strickland'and with Mr. and might be practiced to a further gressman Joe Hendricks and attended -
blenung potato chips, Kit crackers and
who has Mrs. S. P. .
Deaver, Vandiviere and son, Struth.'Mrs. J :M Darbj
Mrs E. W.
d U Hayes, Sr. extent school In Lake Butler and
mother, Mr. Myrtice Pltner, 'have gone to Bay Pinesto Coca Colas were nerved shortly Mra. Junius M. Smith MHB! Lit
hiS now working in Avon Mrs Mildred Sapp was carriedto make their home. Mrs. Vandlvlere > There were 11 members presentand Strayer College in Washington, after the guests arrived. Man Sternberg, Mrs. Harry how
rren 18 the State Farm Hospital In has been apointed Physical following the devotional Mrs. D. C. Following three rubbers of ton, Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Mo
k Cluff and daugh- Raiford last' week. Therapy Technician for the Clyde Priest Introduced six of her Mr. Cobb is the son of Mr. and bridge, Mrs. Richard G. Kldd WAR W. G. Powell\ Mrs. J. R. WalA. ,
ra Eleanor, spent several days Mrs. S. L, Peek and Miss Fran- Veterans' Hospital at Bay Pines. Royal Ambassador boys, who Mrs. C. E Cobb of Athens, Tenn. presented with a box of stationeryas wright Mra Guy Sale, Mrs. Ralph
Sharon in Callahan ces Peek we rein Jacksonville Ben Fabrlkenton, president of presented a p I a y let entitled He attended the Georgia Schoolof a reward for making high i Cox, Miss Madge Mlddleton, Mra. I
week Thursday night. the Parraman Diamond Center In "Southern Baptists: 1843-1045.: : Technology In Atlanta and la score Miss Lucile Mitchell made James Lewis, Mra. Arthur Holli- l III:
,Mrs. James Blackshear has returned New York City and his associate The theme of the playlet was a former owner of the Sherman second high and received a bonbon day. Mrs. Glen Wood, Mrs Fred
I from spending a two weeks Morris Suderov have been brief resume of activities of the Concrete Pile Co. of Jacksonville ,} dish. Low score was made Guy and Mrs William Baggttt. J I

h vacation with her sister in Hart visiting: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shaf- Southern Baptists during that --- ,
I time, and concluded with an Interpretation ----- ford, Conn. kln. They left to attend to busi- '
R ACID INDIGESTION Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Halslop ness In Miami and Mexico. : of the centennial SEE THESE GREAT VALUES NOW ON '
crusade which.
left Saturday to spend some time Louis Shafkln left Tuesday night is now In progress. DISPLAY AT THE
with relatives in Tampa. by plane for a business trip to ;Taking part on the program were
and New York ;Tommy Harding, Jerry Lawson, DENMARK FURNITURE
M-Sgt. Mrs. .J. M. Lawley City. He expects to
I Carl Lamar Johns, Delano
have returned from a furlough be gone a week or ten days.
visit to their home in Mobile, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Weldon Thomas, Levy Canova Edwin I
Misses Irene Lewis and Lucile spent the week-end In Winter Marshall and James Newsome.

Crosby: were sightseeing with Park and St. Petersburg.Mr. Jerry Lawson closed the program STORE'i 1'I. 1\\\\,
50cC) friends in St. Augustine Tuesday and Mrs. Titus Olson have with a prayer for the continued
success of the Baptist Convention. '
afternoon as a guest this week, Mrs Olson's 'I. .
The at
Ernest Garrett, S 1-c of Little sister. Miss Ruby Lilley, a teacherin offering meetingwas
Unless' Store Creek, Va., spent the week-end the Quincy school She will $1073.: and following the II I
Drug I
the hostess served sand
with his father, F. M. Garrett. be here a week and then go program yW ; \. -
wiches and pepsi-cola to the
to spend the summer with her e
patents, Mr. and Mrs. George guests. '
Lilley in Illinois. The May meeting will be held rirrsiu'tta: I I-LATK GlASS

THEATRESTftRKE Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams and at the home of Mrs. W. B. Mtindy
son John spent Mother's Day with Mrs. Mundy and Mrs L. F. MIRRORSFool

with Dr. Adams' mother Mrs.G. Dinkins as co-hostesses.; .
E. Adams In Jacksonville. The Moth With $9.75Radio ,

Sunday & Monday May 20 21 Mrs T. T. Long and sons Tom Baptist WMS Has
and Dave of Albany, Ga". ar- One Of Our Beautiful
rived this week to spend," two Program MeetingThe I

"NATIONAL VELVET"WITH months Kingsley at Lake.the Carroll cottage on ladles of the Baptist WMS CEDAR;2? CHESTS

held their regular Royal Service
Lt. John A. Guy returned'to
MICKEY ROONEY Program meeting at the church
Princeton University after spend Tuesday afternoon. $45.50
ing a leave with his brother and
__ rr.rSSJ.rSS S nflrsrrrrrsrrsrrrrprssssssrTues. Taking part on the short program w
sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Wed. Thurs. May 22ei' 23 24as Guy and his mother, Mrs. J. T. were Mrs A. J. Thomas,
Mrs Alma Hough and Mrs. H. A.
Guy of Hampton. I
Mrs Lemuel Colson accom- Lawson. Occasional Chairs _, $9.50
Following the program a short -
"it ( panied her granddaughter, Anne business session was held and the
..appenW Wilt, to Jacksonville Monday from members spent the rest of the Table Lamps ._ __ $4.45
where she left to spend the sum-
afternoon visiting persons In the
mer with her parents. Mr. and community, asking them to attend Kitchen Step Stools _ $6.50
Mrs. E. J. Wilt In Birmingham '
the revival meeting now in End and !
Mich progress at the Baptist Church. Youth Beds and Trimble ,
_ fl Mr. and Mrs. Edwin St. John Coffee Tables
and Mrs. Eleanor Cluff were shopping Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs: I Kiddie Koops

; in Jacksonville Tuesday. J. W. Kincaid spent Mother's $2.50 to $29.75
Vfcki Baiim'S Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Barksdaleand Day In Tampa with their mother,
sensational best-setter
son Robert are spending a
,, w.R wnp gyesnrr Mrs A. C. Durden. Mrs. Beasley
b two weeks vacation visiting near returned home Tuesday but Mrs. IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

Dunnellon.Mr. Kincaid remained for a longer
b, 1=i +v :yl ', zus f q a.F :, -t+ 'wlE and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy j
[ [EMERSON HEIMUT DANJINE RAYMOND MASSEY spent the week-end with Mr. and visit.Mrs.. J. D. Cottrell of Leesburg John H. Denmark Furniture Co. /
i Mrs. H. P. Gertner and family of spent last week 'here with her 1
D. OI Is Gainesville at their cottage on sister, Mrs W, B. Sewell. PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA.

AROREA KIN& PETER IORRE pp", ; ?[alEy Lake Santa James Fe.. .. Donald McRae/.. who Is now.In WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITURE '
Mrs. R.rJones who has the U. S. service Is stationed at
ecoan Play by Jo fiano A Atwb l 8. tl. Muile by Fran*Wixmin been living at the State Farm Camp Gordon, Ga., but his wife

left last week for Akron, Ohio and little daughter will continue :sli t
where she will make her home living here on Connolly St. Living .
with her husband's people. He with Mrs. McRae are her sister, "1"( .t' ."
NAT SEZ is overseas with the 513th Para- Mrs. John MCCort and small son ;,JIf.' .' w. .
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troopers. John Jr. Mrs. McCort's husband ,
Remember all those crackswo Miss Margie Middleton of Jacksonville la a Navy Pilot and Is now 1 In I 1
dirty ivIcTuARY
( oldtimen were making about spent the week-end here the Pacific area. ; IS'IEVRii CKEA! .1t ,
with her and
the grandparents, Dr. Mrs Lois Johns, an efficient
: ; jitter-bugging younger genera .
+ Mrs W. E. Middleton. " ,,;' ,M"
for local
;; tion several years ago? "Drug operator the telephone 1 1' 1.
store cowboys" we culled 'em. Mrs. B. S. Carroll and daughter, company, was called to Senncth. z
"Not good for anything but tCalt Connie, of Jacksonville, were here Mo., on -account of the death other : ; g rraX
Monday visiting Mrs. Carroll's father B. She la 1
around and alp ire cream F. Glasgow. BS n
sodas," we said. Oh :yeah'lVell mother, Mrs. F H. Long. expected to return home soon. ,+ t 5 t *

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PAGB! SIX"Arsene parents, Mr ert Norman Blanding 1. Ac
and Bpending
,, and . . . . . C . Normandy InvasionTo with Mrs Mr. McKinney's John McKinney. Horace and Mrs. Edward Norman leave with his mother, a
uncle and
impoverished Jeanette J '
of her past Herbert, Mrs. Crawford due to
.4: ,Lupin" aunt, portrayed by Miles Mander Pine Level Be ShownAt McKInney, who Wauchula had spent, returned son Eugene of Graham, Mrs. Hess her rece+y L c
Sondergaard, who covet month in and son
,, Full of Thrills and the jewel. He saves the girl, but Mrs. H. M. McRae Florida Theatre with them. R. C. Thomas and Miss Ruth El-'

' At Park Theatre in hounded by Ganlmard, the . By. 0 0 0 . . 0 Berlin", technicolor Miss Marian Rafuse of Starke kins of St. petersburg Mr. and
cleverly characterized "Beachhead to week-end with Misses Gordon Jones and daughter
French detective, 'i spent the Mrs. $
Playing at !the Park Theatre i by J. Carrol Nah h. All day services were held at filming of the Normandy invasion Mildred and MyrUe Thomas. Carolyn Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Nor- /7hf/
and Tuesday will Level Church last Sundayand Coast Guard Willis. son Jimmie and
Sunday, Monday to meet the girlin Pine by official S-Sgt. and Mrs. John man and Dinner -
be "Enter Arsene Lupin", that Lupin arranges unknown to the Young People' programin combat photographers, will be and son, John, Jr., of Ft. Myersare Norman and daughter Joan. shade
Paris and she, Mother carried at the under the
gentled honor of shown as an added feature spending a leave with friends was enjoyed
delightful, light-fingered the emerald in his following the Sunday Tuesday, yard and everyonehad what
with him, slips out very nicely Florida Theatre next and relatives.Mr. trees in the
man of fiction. Co-starred pockft for safe keeping. At the School hour. Rev. Bob Ingleof Wednesday and Thursday, May McKinney a nice reunionsColored
Ella; Raines Is Charles Korvin, a the aft and Mrs. Eugene .
he Is arrested by Ganlmard, Jacksonville preached 2224. were in I
i'} new-comer to the screen. pier and John McKinney
with Lupin and when searched, the jewel l la ernoon sen.ion. A stirring account of the open Gainesville on business Monday.Mrs. Bible SchoolA sal
The story opens to report that our: Invasion of
We the
emerald but his lon. are Ing phases of Norman spent; a
stealing the Kenares found in pOKses I Rev. W. E. Ball, Is improved "Beachhead to Berlin"will Maggie vacation Bible School will If/dP
it when he discovers It he out of that fix France happy Mother's Day having
returning How gets after several days lllnest make plain to all who see it, very held in the colored school houseIn
Is owned by the beautiful Miss finesse most of her children with her. be
with and called to undertakingand Monday. May
is told suspense He and Mrs.! Hall were the enormity of the Ernie Reno, beginning
her Mrs
follows and
Smitten, he Present Mr. England and finds that her and will furnish a surprise for the I Hilliard Monday where Rev. Hal !the terrific toll in lives and Norman were and son.Stanley and Mr. 21 and continuing through May 16
for 4
through tho plot audience. conducted the funeral material.On Mrs. J. D. Proctor of Gainesville 31, All children from .
. t; life Is in danger Haddock who died at his the and are Invited to come.OA'S )
Advertisement) this, same program Mrs. J. E. Jackson and Rob- years of age
( home there Friday night. Florida will present "Hotel Ber- I -- ..
( Ardella, Ralph and Dianne Hal Un", a story of twisted lives am ---. -- -

. :riI x' =; From where I sit ...bY Jot: Mars) returned Friday to their after home spending In Jacksonville i a- throes anguished of defeat souls, strangled Co-starred In the litho

few weeks with relatives here strong cast are Raymom '
I They were accompanied by their Massey, Andrea King, Faye Emerson -
Lud Denny Lends a grandmother! Mrs. H. M. McRae< Helmut Dantine and Pete 1/' Station
and Mr and Mrs. B. M. McRae, Lorre. Service
Mrs Robert Myrick and Miss and Monday May 20, p
Helping HandLud McRae. "Na- PHONE 147 RING 2 FOB
Gwendolyn 21, the Florida will show
Mr and Mrs. Eddie Johns of;'. tlonal Velvet", starring Mickey Washing
Denny got home early from cheese bllntzes she'd made 1 for Jacksonville were visiting Misi Rooney. In this! widely acclaimed
the plant the other day, and Lud. And bllntzea are Lud'Bvoiite fa- Odessa McRae Sunday, and at film, the young star plays the .a.7 9 Polishing "I've been figuring on
: church here. Mrs. Johni and provides .
In the middle dish. tended part of an ex-Jockey Oil Changing
,,; found his missus will be remembered as Miss Betty different characterization Q car soon as the sh
i of housecleaning, with the furFrom where I sit, It'. little Conner. an entirely from his usual role. The e Greasing stop" ,
nlture moved around, and the things like this that will help to of the
Mrs. H. M. McRae and daughter film is climaxed by some r Waxing
i: place a shambles. ease oar troubled lives toda; Mrs. Robert Myrick were most thrilling horse racing se } I' O
I! '''I Some men night have gram see us! through dlfflcnlties-ke\ visiting Mrs. Llllie McRae and quences ever caught by Holly- O Tire Repairs
'; j tried about getting precious! lit alive the spirit of good 'eUowI family in Gainesville Monday. wood cameras.
; tie time off and finding their hip and mutual respect Tr7
I,,' '. ; borne upset., Bat Dot Lad. He trading helping hand for it Tuesday met of together last week for our prayer community . . . . . . ELECTRIC ARC WELDING

I j JuU.ookhlseoat.otrdpltehed cold beer and bllntzoo. See if It Rev.
I and thanksgiving
In and helped. doesnt make life seem a uWe! 65 miles Graham
and Mrs. Hall drove
w ) And: when he got the last curbrighter! ,. that morning to be home for the By Mrs. Edward Norman A M 0 COONE HOUR

lain In place and stepped down service . . . . . . ?
+ i off the ladder,there was his mis 80e Pvt. Samuel E. Marshall1 ol GAS
mi with tray of cold beer and Camp Blanding ,spent Saturday Mr. and Mrs. John McKInney ''
night and Sunday with his fam- gave a birthday party, Wednes-
evening services May 9 for their daughter- OIL ,
conducted day
I ., 4, No. 117 of a Strict Copyrigkt, 2945 IW Saw jBrmwr*FowdotTHERAPEUTIC ily and! at Pine Level Church.Mr. tn-law, Mrs.; Eugene McKinney of !!. ,.<."
Wauchula. After the party, refreshments 1"
T. N Norman
and Mrs. GREASE
and cake
of ice cream
-AqlUMd and daughter Dorothy and little served. Attending were Mr. "But that auto expert i i said'
Geraldof Gum Branch were
son and Mrs. Austin Fowler, and the that
visiting Mrs. Norman's'' parents, paper we mayh]
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae Sunday laughter Shi! r ley, Mrs.of Starke Louise, RIDE AUTO LITE to make our old cars l lost<
INVENTION They were on Newman and children BATTERIESTake
afternoon. FLORIDA
their way home from Hope Mrs. Lorene Fowler and children l 2 or 3 years after vi

Church where they attended theillday of Lake Wales and Mr and Mrs. MOTOR: LINES That's bad news for met"
service. W, P. Bennett and son LeRoy

CO. Mrs. H. H. Lewis spent last of Hampton. BUSSES _IS/f'IlI'l UA
I of Lake .
FURNITURE Mrs.! Lorene Fowler r.8 I
i" 5'"e-te DENMARK week with her son-in-law and Wales spent last week with her For Safety ,
at laughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bishop sister-in-law, and
Thomas of Bro o k e r and Mr. brother and Comfort & Economy
Lewis spent the week with his sirs Austin Fowler.Mr. Care Of Itr"

dater, Mrs Ophelia Moore In Ft. and Mrs. Eugene McKinney 7f a:
Hyers. of Wauchula spent the past week
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.CONVENIENT I :. to help feed our fighters

These Illustration show ,
[Every pound of fresh vegetables <'
the remarkable flexibility you e ....
of the SUN-KRAFT lamp I get from your Victory Garden this year .v-" Sell
t "He's too.
= Regardless of what part will mean a pound of other food released ' an expert, .
ii iiI'm
Q p finest lubrication there
3 ofthebodyistob.treal.dwith for its
our fighting men-and
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effort-buying bonds, giving blood .

''k., Iga $64@ sticking with war jobs-until full Victory *GULFPRIDFOR (

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Rev and Mrs. O. J. Raulerson Jewish Council Mrs. Annie HerseyMrs. Mrs. I. Lecln flew to Cleveland

oodlawn were visiting. In Jacksonville last SBIRVICtE( D1t12 Has Monday to be prevent for the installation i
Wednesday.Mrs. D)1E1 Prayer ServiceOn Annie Hersey, 70, died at of her younger brother,
Itafuse C. L. Crawford the home of her
)I" pyrh . was visit- daughter, Mrs.
1 . Sunday morning, May\ 13, at Benjamin D. Zevin as presidentof
W. II.
here Andrews
Ing one day last week. LT. In Jacksonville, 1
SI'ONiIoLTLRACK .\UnR.Y L 1IKAVTEU: 11 o'clock the Starke Jewish White P u b l8hlng Company
May 3. Funeral
held at Woodlawneach Rev. and Mrs. O. J. Raulersonand IN STATESLt. NOW IN Council met at the home of Mr. services were I
are GERMANYPvt. held In there. From there she I
the Swift will
ces Creek visit
Miss .
Audrey Crews Raptist
morning and were MHo Sponholtz, son of Mrs. and Mrs. Louis Shafkln.
Sunday visiting at Aubrey" Ion of Church with the Rev. W. R. Rho- other relatives in New York City
Sunday School Is at Camp Blinding Mon- Katherine Sponholtz of Jacksonville Mrs. Myrtice Warren or Starke Led by Louis Sage, the counciljoined den of Macclenny and the Rev. before returning to her home I\
and formerly of Lawtey, returned went overseas In March in prayers of
preaching sort day.The after en- G. E. Hodges Jacksonville and I here.
a. JI1. with.. young People'st community prayer meetingsare to the States on May 8 joying a furlough at ids home tor the victory gained by our Key McCabe Funeral Home in
11 a.fl. evening ser- still being held each Wednes- after completing 35 combat mis- here. It Is considered likely that forces In the European war front. charge of arrangements.
at 6:30: 8W and p. Come day night in the church. sions pilot of a B-17 Flying hi will serve In the army of oc- Prayers were also rendered for Pallbearers were E. H. Had- . just like mother ,
gin at cupation. He the Divine guidance of President
with you. traveled through dock, S. R. GeIger p. L. Davis
1IIg someone France, Belgium and Truman and our leaders In carry- .. used to make"
Adkins of Jack- Holland arriving 1. C. Carter. Sheppard Rosier and ::1:1LAPPE
Mvrtlce! several days last $ WITH WAR BONDS'The ,;'; in Germany on May 2. ing on the war la We Pacific 1... E. Rlgdon.
spent i .l Pvt. Deaver attended area to a speedy victory so that
aunt, Mrs. Rachel . He Mrs. Hersey was a lifelong resident I
wIth her .-j entered the service in November justice and human kindness may of Starke. Surviving are one
4 i' 1944 and took his training at prevail throughout the entire son J. W. Hersey, Jacksonville;
Steaks : Camp Robinson, Ark. He wearsthe three daughters, Mrs. Andrews
finest 1 expert rifleman's' medal. The meeting was concluded with and Mrs J. P. Hammock, Jack-
Shrimp t His brother Fred L. Deaver, memorial services In the memory sonville, and Mra. F. M. Merritt
foodsat o tJ S 1-c, received a discharge from I of our late, beloved 'resident. Lake Butler; one sister, Mrs. A. :
J the Navy in Ferbuary after two 'Franklin D. Roosevelt as well as A. Hutcheson Starke; one brother 1?aaw
SEA FOOD prayers for the souls of the fallen :
reasonable a years of service part of which J. C. Waters, Tampa and seven .
FISH OR s was spent in Brazil and Trinidad. heroic men and women in this grandchildren.
MEATprices ,war.
LUNCH HACK IN STATES nouncement from his outfit, the i
Albert G. 3287th Ordnance Base Depot stationed -
Kruse arrived home
& Call St. I
Court With' Two Easter after almost two In Belgium. He receivedhis
.... I years
Yt"g'l'tablesGeorge with 'the Marine Corps In the training at Camp Peary, Ohio o
Kopelousos South Pacific, during which time and has been in service since Jan.
Owner 45cUIDON he took part in the Battle of Sal- 18,1942. 6CYIine
J T pan and other major campaigns.He L
Is now receiving treatment in
URILL the Naval Hospital at Jacksonville auY J
i tion. for wounds received in ac- s

Lt Sponholtz was In the 398th Kruse has been in the Marines
\Eat At The Best And Forget The Rest"Old Group of the Eighth Army Air almost three years and took his D'KtEPl"EM t

Force, based in England, and was boot training at Parris Island. S.
awarded the Air Medal and five C. He was selected to attend the ff Ir
I'Oak Leaf Clusters for meritorious RCA Naval Radio Institute In I
service. New York City and then received Your Restaurant HourS 9 to 9 Dally Ij
Sarge's Placed He Is spending most of his |amphibious training at New River, Post War Planning r : Except Tuesday

furlough with his mother in Jacksonville N. C., and San Diego, Calif.O. By Placing Your
and was visiting friends -
RKE'S ORIGINAL in Starke Tuesday. He is a grad- J. A. MORGANPROMOTED: Order Now For - -, --
was employedat These Appliances
before entering the service two : tz
years ago. a BENDIX BUSINESS
Lt. Sponholtz left Thursday for AUTOMATIC
the Redistribution Center at
Miami Beach for several weeks of I I' .1

AuthorizedBy rest and recreation before receiv- RETAIL ACCOUNTING. . ;
ing his new assignment, HOT POINT -
\ The War Department
COLLIE MANNING' HANGES Hooks Opened and Supervisedor
OperatedBy Cpl. Collie Manning arrived WATER HEATERS Complete Bookkeeping Service ;
Ex-Soldier here last week for a 21-day furlough -
an with his mother, Mrs. J. H.' AH These Become Available 1

Manning, after serving overseas in We Will Fill Orders In Inventory Service Monthly Audit! .
India for the past 28 months. He '' Order of Application
HEADQUARTERS has been a first aid man with the Financial Statement Prepared
, medics attached to the 20th Gen-
OR ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES eral Hospital and has been right I- Operating Statement

NOVELTIES and JEWELRY up with the front lines in much Radio ServiceBED Profit and Loss Statement
of the fighting along the Burma ?

-At the expiration of his fur- :. A Little of Our Time Will Save ,
en S'uslow'sArmy'Store lough, Cpl. Manning will go to, LAMPS
Miami for reassignment. C. A. Morgan son of Mr, and ,. I
DESK LAMPS A Lot of Your Time i
Mrs. W. H. Morgan of Lawtey,I *
T. R. DEMERY COMPLETES has been promoted_ from Pfc toT i
MISSIONS ON B17T. -5/ Corporal, according to an an-
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and Mrs. T. R.
E. Call Street Starke, Fla. son of Lt. Col.
Demery of Keystone Heights
completed 35 mis s Ion a in the y INKLER
European Theatre as a B-17 Fort- t Court Street

ress radio at Miami operator-gunner Beach for reassign-, and is QMSl1DRWAR Electric Service Phone 62 Box 269 Starke, Flo. ;t

ment now processing. He has been _._ ___. _. ___ ...__ ._ _. __ -- .. on _. .__ ___ _
set Al eAt BONDS 226 Temple Avenue .
, awarded the Air Medal with five

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y 'v 8779. cats embrace the follow-Inll' property Florida, to-wit:
Convention No OF PUBLICATION In the County of Bradford Beginning; at a concrete monument -
;' Jinging at the New Southeast corner -
AM NOT Ie,,, TO AI'PKAK Ht8l"' of Florida to-wlt
BPATE OF FLORIDA' to" 11wtof NW'4 of Section 16.Town"hlp of Call and Water Streets
The BraJfuid! County Singing Palmerl 333 Hoebllng 6 South Harare IX Ea..t."ont..lnlnll Call Street being Eighty Feet
May New York ; 40 arres more or I..... wide In the. City of Slarke.
will meet Sunday Street, Brooklyn
Convention S. 72 degreesIH
of Florida thence
on The assessment the Maid proprrty run I
required to appear
27 with the Buatdraln Baptist Juno You 15th sre 19$5 In the above! named under the said. vrtlfliats Issued K along the South line of
a invited tow ,' and wherein plaintiffxoekK : wan In tits name of Bertha Call Street 220/ ,CO/ feet thencerun !
.t cause
Church. Kveiyon-! "al 65' W. 26.00
S. 17
Hrailford ('nu111YT.Irrraph M<'Wain. degrees
cllvoirtf I
; meet aft'/u' 11 a m. at ,the church xhall. puhllxh) this OrderIn I'nlfHn Maid. ccrtlflrnte shall. lie feet; thence run S 73 degraesIS'
and to bring their lunch and next fuiii weekly IMHIH... redeemed a< curdingto' law theproperty E. along 'the South rlr hi of
end ofrlrlalseal described' therein will be way line of State. Highway No. dS
remain all dayCOINlt. Witness at Ktarke my, Flut. .Idn, his May. sold to the highest bidder at the 281 thence run 8. 17 S
,. door the Monday degrees 65' W. I 10000) feet thencerun
t Jr tilth, I IOU.'OFJI'IC'JAI.. ourt holme' on first J
( SKAL) ,\ J Thomas, In the month of July, I 4S, N. .72 degrees IS1 W. 280.00
;,''i ra f'IIIf" ''I' f 01..1.. IIn'"I'Olln' As 'lerk or said. Court. whl'-h IK the 2nd day of July 1946. feet thence run N. 17 degrees XThWYLUES
Fl.Ollllltl l\ < 111\- Mon Walter C HardeMty.. flux 429 Dated. thla 16th day. of May. (>' K 26.00 feet, thence run N
t <'KKV.Flllppo Stnrke Florida, At'y. for I'lf 11145/ 17 degrees. 18' W 2211,00) feet to'
+,' I'slmerl I'ltlntlff I: vs Antoinette 6-18 4t e-R A. J, THOMAS i the Beat' line of Water Street,
fulineri I. Hefeiidant Case Clerk' of Circuit Court of Bradford thence run N. IT degrees 65' E. L
County Florida along" the East line of Water
iv <'inn'IT niitr. 1111 'i'>roiuiHTV C-18 4t 8-8 (OFFICIAL SEAL) I Street 100.00 feet to the point of
FREEMAN: REGISTER .'( Kl.OIUUtl l> ('''AN.t:1t beginning" All. the above' land
4 I : V. lying. and 'being In the Northwest
& B' South St. John M Evans, Plaintiff. v.. Thel- IV I'IIU"I'IT OIIIT.. HI1AI>FOHU Quarter of the Southeast Quarter
S. Th>mpw>n ma. U Evans, Defendant. CUHB No. lOlfl'V. FXOHIUAl HI tilA\- of Section Twenty-eight ((28) t
I 3777. ('KHY. Township. thc! Starke Fla.pretenf onr>EK OF PUBLICATION Louis (I.ul/ll I) Tlrella. Plaintiff. v.. Twenty-two ( ) Bad In the S
AND) NOTICE! TO API" :::AIl Antonletta MalteHKl. Tlrella, Defendant City of Starke, Bradford County,
"* o STATE OF FLORIDA: ThelmaI. Cane No. 3771.OHDBR Florida.
Fvans: whose resilience. )Is Lye: OF PUBLICATION AND E. K. FERRYMAN s.
S-iJ berry Hospital Philadelphia, Pa. NOTICE TO APPEAR Special Master In Chancery.Joe .
MUSICAL SENSATIONI You are required to appear on STATE OF FLORIDA to: Anton. Hill Williams, Lake fuller, A
June '18th, 1945. In the above named letta Maltvssl' Tlrella. % Sonora Florida. Solicitor for Plaintiff .
Court t and cause wherein plaintiff Maltessl, (Mother), Via Llng-uanta 6.18 8t I-1
seeks divorce. Bradford. County Modica, Province of Racuaa Sicily.
Telegraph shall publlxh this OrderIn You are required. to appear on NOTICE) TO CREDITORS An Archery Book
ar t next four weekly IssueiiWitness , June 16th., 1945. In the above nam All persons having claim. or demands -
my hand and official ,1fC..t.: ; and cause, wherein plain-' against the estate. of Lur- With Every Set
Deal. at Htarke.' Florida, tills May divorce Bradford County line Grant deceased. are hereby.
tl IBth 1946.OI"FICIAI.. Telegraph, nhall' .eryblu: this OrderIn I their itffii 1 11 S It Takes Time and
'JfoiqI99 ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,I next four . ,,. claims dln.the r:7;' : County
AH Clerk of said Court. Wltneim my hand and official Judge. of Bradford County Florida, Painstaking Care for
Hon. William n. Morgan Fifth seal at Hlarke Florida, this May In the Courthouse at Starke: FlorIda
Floor Clark Building Jatknonvllle. 10th., 1946.OFFICIAL. within eight calendar months First Quality
Florida. Atty. for Plf. 6-18 4t 8-8, < HEAL) A. J. Thomas, from the date of the first puhllca- I I 1 a
A* Clerk of said' Court tlnn of this notice, or the same. Jobs
IN inCIIT fOI'RT. HRtl FOmt. lion Walter C. Hardenty. Daytona. will become void according to law... Recapping
('.0' sTY, .........UUCII" ,- Beach, Fla., Atty. for Plf. B-1S 4t 8-8 This Mar- Id. 1946. '"
William">. Hard. Plaintiff vs Virginia NOTICE OF UPKCIAL MASTKHSH41.R ] Administrator of the estate. of Lur- SQje..9ee'Firestone
Hard, Defendant. Cane No. line Grant deceased Olaf
3783 NOTICE IS IIKKKBY OIVEN that Knight & Knight Starke, Florida
ORDER OF PUBLICATION under and by virtue of a Final Attorneys for Admr. 5-18 4t 0-8
AND NOTICE! TO APPKAKBTA.TK Decree of foreclosure. made and ,
OF FLORIDA to: Virginia rendered on the 12th day of MayA. I' CAM. FOil ntni I
Hard whose. residence Is 2121 4th D 1945, by the Honorable A. ZAdklns Sealed bids for construction of
Avenue, Birmingham, Alabama.You . Judge of the Circuit Court, garage. and storage. building will FAcronY-IETDOD
are required to .appear on In and for Bradford County, Florida ha received. by the City Council at
June 18th, 1945. In the above namedCourt : sitting In Chancery. In favorof the City office In Starke, Florida, RECAPPING
and cause. wherein plaintiffseeks Eva I* Fernandem, as Executrixand until 8:30: P. M.. E.W.T., on Tuesday *
elucAJ divorce. Bradford CountyTelegraph Trustee under the Last. Will the 19th day of June, 1945, at
shall publish this OrderIn and Testament of W. K: Yarbrough. which time and place all bids received t I
next. four weekly Issues. deceased, as plaintiff and airalnstJilandlna . will be publicly opened and Only Firestone Recapping -
Witness my hand and otflrlalanal "; Center, Incorporated, a read aloud. gives yon the
} at Btarka. Florida, this May corporation! defendants, the undersigned Instruction to bidders and plant DeLIIX. lv,
p with Dan Seymour and IBth, 1949.OFFICIAL. : In Chancery and specifications may. be obtainedat famous
I i vl'i.o: r..rCIr ::::1'b a. r-Qrlp
( SEAL) A J. Thomas or the the office of Clyr Clerk of Champion
tmrl Shtldon't Onh.WRUF As Clerk of said. Court. Nouth Front Door of the County Stark: Florida.\ '. Tread, the tread withY
I Hon. T. Frank Landrum Stark. Court House at Stark. Bradford The said City Council reservesthe extra depth for extra Kight-Pieco
4 Fla. Atty. for Plf. 5-18 tt 6-8 County, Florida, on Monday. right to>> waive any Informalities extra tractionand
JUNE 1945 In or to>> reject any or all 4.p01t afety..
,, &OTU; o-u'r..ICATIO": : and will .ell to the highest and bld" s St; and longer In leage. No Archery Set4.9o
eTuesday FOR TAX .n.u: bent bidder therefore for cash the CITY OF STARKE, ,topetton. certificate needed.Materials .
11:30 A. M. Senate Bill :>o. 1U.1) following described lands, situate, By: Carl Johns :;
NOTICE I 18 HEREBY LIVEN lying and being In Bradford County, 5-18 St 6-15 City Clerk
That Elxle L. Bradley holder of I '
Tyit) Tax Certificate. No. 17S, Incited l the And Workmanship Are Includes fire-foot lemon.
( '? Thursday 7th day of August A. D. llH'l: has wood bow, four arrows,
filed same. In my office and HAROLD C. WALL, JOS. E. WILSON Guaranteed With Tires Recapped leather arm guard and duo
made. application for a tax
: I to be Issued. thereon. Bald. ha"l The Firestone Way. booklet,. target and archery

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I FOR 8AL.E3-Baby bed. Ask for Ask for "Nick" "at Nick's Trailer. ,.,..- - - - - -- .,. 10 he"V71oads can be eullr
Camp. 5.4 4t - - - - - -
Mrs Cleary at Mrs. Harrington's carried.' Two sturdy strap'j
house, corner 10th and Church
Sts. Itp FOR SALE tudor-mi sedan 6-passenger. excellent Oldsmobile MAKE YOUR Quickly removes dirt and

tires Write Box 212-If Interest grease. Not a soap....,.,..23 C FLIpfFishermen'slucklPOLISH /
lli 4 k FOR SALE--Concret. block apartment ed. In excellent condition '
." .. ,.. house, S apartments. Income 5-11 2tp CAR SHINE CLOTH .url1r.
S205 per month. Cheap for
Chemically treated to pickup
I cash. Phone 94., tt LOHT-.dl.. Krunner masterpiecewrist UKE NEWl the dirtSPONGEPAK......... C .!:! : .7. f.

SPENCER SUPPORTS Individually Lost watch Saturday In In manicure Starke. kit.If !!flJ.J!':_ ;.;...0

designed Mrs. Bertha 305 found "
CHARACTER Pearce return to paper office. ?
For car trashing- :Made of '
West Madison St. T-2>t-4tp Reward.-Pansy. Reddish. 5-11 2tp i" .i ,
fine sheepswool sponge......4ac [y I-*. .,tti
:. 4 and well/ known standards of Service MATTRESSES of all kinds renovated FOR SALE,One) International and CLEANER AND WAX I", .I>I),
; furniture upholstered. and one Chevrolet pick-up truck. Inquire I-Ineh 1.'"
U ', t have been earned and maintained by reflnlshed. Drop us a card at Starke Ice Co. tt Cleans and polishes at thesame A

HASTINGS MATTRESS CO., Box time. I ... ,4 c conic::: _,
L1. r long years of faithful' attention in 130, Palatk, Fla. tf LOST-Small. Jersey heifer last. to. to WParticularly
seen. following black cow. Wm. OIL.TAN CHAMOIS FLOATS
f a Serving economically i this vicinity. FOR SALE:-Lakefront lots for F.
iq Cone. Rte. 2, Box 1468. Itp I W
: home or camp. On Lake Brook High quality, soft, absorb effective
c'' 9r lyn or Santa Fa Lake F. M 8TKAYEI)-to Hampton, one white ent. 15"x20"?........:......08 C windy days or on fastThosLag
*i Walrath Keystone Hela-hts. heifer with brindle aides, marked. - - - - - streams. Won't boo II
5-4 4tp crop undertaken* ear, swallow fasts.
-. - - - - - much M other type
fork In other V ar. Brand Circle
+ 1']. Pewr. <>' ;Maurice Edwards, For Professional
r DEWITT C. JONES Starke. Fla. 5-18 2tp o t t Easy to Us9AUTO ,
AMBULANCE: SERVICE: ,. WANTED! -Service station atten m's. For Quicker Starting!

ALL dant for night work.-Oulf 011
Funeral Director FURNISHED Corp. Madisont&. Walnut Sts. It

STARKE WANTED-Housekeeping. ore eMCLEANER r'
PHONE 7 or cafe
work mlddleaned white worn. i AND I 11.45AUTO
9' an. Write box 431-B. r "
Our local funeral home enables us to V
: offer conveniences and services not harness. cart and :
at Blscayne
x Gas Heat in Each Room Tourist 10 "
otherwise available. Camp on Rd. IS North of Starke.. to ea. '''.''0'''.
HP e
t' ,
sllcer. In perfect condition. F. .
KINGSLEY LAKE R. Carradlne. Lawtey. Fla. 11LoSTLedl'er All yon need for ft super' cleaning and polishing lob I The

cleaner removes the stubbornes dirt; the wax: gives dur-
FOR SALE 1000 Feet From B Gate Service Raleigh. marked North Olbhs Carolina News. able, protective brilliant. flnUhl a Extra heavy., extra ,Ian

If found call IIS. Reward. It Interlocked plates. "ed
HUHBOKBflKB J..ft quality separators..

ALLSTATE de luxe TRUCK TIRESTHEY'RE A'Real Necessity Protect Horn Car
or Fine Quality, Low//W"



( Best Buy in Starke

Trice effective
May 1, 1945 '

i t S 4 Rooms and Bath -: .. v and do NOT Include Federal Excise Tax. FIRST-AID 8.45 1.69

'* +I .. Furnished i Slz60O18 ply Price Made of :
Size ply Price K I T . . 98e heavy brass Com,
6 1895: I 600-20 6 21.70 Pletely: ruled and with
Prices $3,000 and $3,250 650-16 6 21.91 650-20 8 31.97 Has adhesive, m8l'curobracket for mounting.Quart bide a>d
chrome nt all straight
bandages sterile II... Instantly tied
700-16 ready for
( 6 26.25: 700-20 8 32.92 cotton pads eta hook type rims. Deep
yfft Only $750 Cash 750-16 gaue emergency! 2U20
30110 700-20 10 42.92 design tot safety.

Balance Terms 700-15: 6 24.82 750-20: ( 8 43.08 ."

e 700-17 6 29.80 750-20: ( 10 87.37

S. II 750-17 8'P 39.17 825-20: 10 61.23 The More We Buy, the Quicker It's Over'UPPORT

"RAYON" Tires Available at Slightly- "



'I .119 EAST CALL STREET, STARKE For Further Information Telephone or Write to 1 J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS
Y Roy
47 } ai I 532 W. Forsyth BL SEARS-ROEBUCK & CO Jacksonville Cunningham, Fla.rhrn :. 600 Temple, Ave. STARKE, FLORIDA

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Official County Publication Established In 1877STAKKE. f''

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The Board went I, s
on record as
issioners favoring a proposed bill now I Time To Begin Lt. Lillian Stump was retained by his family. HOME & FARM peanut butter; 1.4 cup choppednut
\ Week Vegetable Those boys however, who died meats (peanuts are good); "
Last pending before the State Legislature Canning In Thick of Fight NOTES '.
overseas were burled near where 1.2 tensp. sagb: 1.2 teosp. thyme;
Board of County Commls- providing that one cent of By Sarah G. Phelps" they died and In those canes a 1 tablesp. milk; 1-3 tease soda; 1
e I Right in the thick of the
I Held Its regular meeting the first gas tax:, now being paidto Associate FSA SlllJt."ll'IOrWe push into Germany was Lt. Lillian big- flag Is available to their families fly.\ Mary G.Haino Leonard Dofitonittration, Kitiorjconoywslftant 1 teaspoon salt; 1.4 tea p. pep

IK. courthouse May 7 and the State Road Department, cannot stress too strongly Stump, Army Nurses Corps, upon simply filling out a brief application Work per; 2 tbs. chopped onion. To
Lted business.Lmmunlcatlon be transferred the importance daughter of Mr. and presenting proof of make Dissolve soda in milk and '
the following by the Comptrollerto of canning during and Mrs. Fred doath.
The notice from the War work Into cheese Cook onion ,
was received the several this war period. From time to F. Stump n' COTTAGK CHEESE/ OOOKEKY
counties of the Department .
time, e n a tor Andrews When meat short fat until tender but not brown.
we have Starke. supplies are ,
urged home- Servingwith
Abrams, director State for a period of thre every was told, received the Then mix
I 1>1'. I. R. years. maker to plant a variety of an evacua- by family wise housewives turn to other onion and peanut butter
|e Clay-Bradford, County The clerk was Instructed to so tables and can enough for veg-a tion hospital, her is ample proof. protein foods to alternate with thoroughly with cheese. Mix i I

b Unit, advising that he advise Senator Charley E. Johns year's supply In order to have a ; unit was set up Those families who nave not meat for main dUhes. Cottage the seasonings and chopped nut

temporary leave from and Representative N. D. Wainwright balanced diet the year round. We 'in the remnants received a flag may obtain one by cheese and cream cheese, rich In with the crumbs. Combine with t
be on B.L feel that much of a civilian Ger- filling out Form 2008 which can both protein and calcium, are expected cheese mixture. Form into flat t
Lies May Jr., who canning was done .
beginning represent Bradford .
be procured from the cakes and roll In fine crumbs or
last nearest Veterans' 'I on' the market In
but man
year hope that hospital and
Instructed to County In the more will meal delicate brownIn
State Fry a
clerk was Legi.slature be done this year. \ she aided in tending Administration Office or quantities, as milk production increases corn
Le and advertise a notice to at this time. .1.1I Preparation should be made now American the local Post Office. front now until summer. a little hot fat In frying pan.

L who desire to sell gasoL I All Commissioners were present: for storing canned goods, such as ; . fighting men taken The form to tho should be mailed or I Cottage cheese is quick and Serve at once. The mixture

tho Board for the ensuing M. O. Harrell), chairman. P. D. shelf space and proper ventilation .. .1.. wounded In the nearest Veterans'Administration easy to use !In a great variety of should be> very ,stiff because the
o ..-.... .... .. Office, with Notice ,
j The bids to be sUbmitted'ater Reddish, L. L. Crawford' J. L. For Instance, if tomatoes biff drive into the of Death and dishes from naiad to dessert Too cheese tends to soften in cooking.
than 10 a. m., June 4. |I, Wynn and T. C. Chastain. in glass Jars are left out In the heart of Ger flag has, not been a statement received.that a often American, cooks have seen
I open, there is a loss of color and many. this cheese only as something to
.._ .. .. Senator Andrews is anxious
-- - II r - - - - food value. They should always Lt. Stump and 39 other nursesIn dab on lettuce and serve as salad.In .
those who have not
be kept la a dark place.A her unit had been through 280 flags arrange to obtain received one dt using cottage cheese for *i PERMANENT WAVE KITItoltvnunalf I 7
BRADFORD pressure cooker should be days of death and destruction the earliest main dishes, home economists of e
used for all slncw arriving on the shores of moment and will at horn .
vegetables the U.
S. of
except assist to the fullest extent in that Department Agricul- Each: kA oonUm 1'w Cfj f
tomatoes. Great Normandy. When they arrivedat ture a mensal lYq.lk1ution. ff
care should be connection. suggest/ skillful seasoning J
_..3.h.mpoo eurlr* and *
taken In selecting the vegetables their new station, accustomedto with onions, herbs like parsleyand WftV M oNi'nChr. S O%
for canning, for Just what is put tent living and the plainness sage, chopped pimiento, green i, stew ,-M.rtaKS| t..s.r. l

( ENGINEERING co. in the Jar will be the product for of Army cots they gloried In Legion Dedication pepper and celery 1 or tomato Koch Drug Store

use later.A the luxury of private rooms and I Of Honor RollIs sauce. For added flavor and food

Florida time table should be real beds for the. first time since value use chopped nuts peanut

EDWARDS used for canning. So often It D-Day Planned Soon butter, eggs and a little oil or FLOOR
J. MAURICE Mgr. has been observed that a northern fat. The cheese Itself needs no SURFACING"

recipe has been used In Florida, Families of Men who All have Bradford members County of their citizens cooking, only heating for hot AND FINISHING

PHONE 94 and due to the altitude( the re- familyin dishes, but other Ingredients withIt -
Lost In Service the armed forces are urged to
sult was a very poor product. A may need some cooking. Avoid LOCAL HKKKUENCESFTLOOHS
plan to be present for the dedica-
Florida time table says; 30 min Entitled To Flag tion of the new Service Honor long cooking or high heat which -
utes for snap beans and carrots i toughens the curds and may cause CLEANED
Roll when the
exact date Is
(qts.); 35 minutes for squash and Senator Charles O. Andrewshas announced separating. ANDV.AK1)

We Can Furnish You With All Sizes I okra; 60 minutes for corn; 35 been advised by the War Department An invitation will be extendedto A delicious hot dish for dinner -
minutes for vegetables for that for each member Is cottage cheese patties. For
soup C. A. POWELL
all ministers in the and
\Concrete Building Blocks Gravel Sand and 55 minutes for peas. of our Armed Forces. regardlessof county 'five or mix people use the follow- Telephone-
American Legion members
Mortar Mix and Cement A re-usable commercial Jar has his branch of Service, who has especially urged to attend.& are A : ing Ingredients: 1 cup cottage 1IIS-J or Writo

an opening 2 5-8 Inches In diameter died in service, the Government band from Camp Blanding will cheese; 1 cup bread crumbs; 2 lit. 2, Box: 8H, (Jiilnt ALSO or 2 5.16 Inc h e s. The provides an American Flag meas- furnish music for the occasion. tablespoons savory fat or 1.4 cup

smaller size is a "63". The Jar i uring 5'x9'-6" which is presentedto The dedication will be under I

READY MIXED CONCRETE takes a metal cap that screws his family. the auspices of the local Ameil-

down over a glass thread. When If the boy died In this countryand can Legion Post and will take I Can Use More
DELIVERED TO YOUR i JOB you save and a commercial jar, be his body was returned to his place as soon as the contractorhas Pulpwoodr
sure save the cap as lids completed the roll listing the
may be bought In Starke to fit home for burial, the War Depart names of the colored men in ser- r SOTF" TIMBER DKIT.

WE CAN INSTALL, ALL TYPES these Jars. Many have coffee ment presumes! 'that the Burial vice. Both boards will be on Container of America Fernandina Flo.
Corp'n. ,
Jars which are for
HARD TILE AND ASPHALT TILE. good canning. Flag that accompanied the body the Courthouse grounds.
A size 63 lid will fit these Jars.

Let Us Give You An Estimate 0 .

[ Buy Wionj .

Let Us Build Your Post War Home
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. JIT PROPULSION. General Electric developed PRODUCTION INCRIASID. For the fourth*uoceaaive -
J. o.Jpffjf '. ) the world' moat powerful engine for the year General Electric turned out
kk1': *" Yy world' fastest plane-the G-E jet propulsion record quantities of war good depit an '. 'i
Mt engine for the Lockheed 1'.80 Shooting average of 2 per cent fewer employee. G. E.
Star"It la over twice a* powerful" previous produced over S.OOO.OIK hnrll'IJOwer| of ship I
J a model produced for the Army Air Force propulsion turbine for the Navy in 1944. ,

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IMflOTII IABNINOS UP. The average G-E 334,731 STOCKHOLDUS. Ownership of the NSW DIVILOPMINTS. G-E Mwrch and
employee earned 2.772 in 1944. Employee company waa divided among more d.ockholdengineering played a part in each recent development
aim ahared 9234.OOO In Suggestion Award ers than ever before. Dividend were $1.40 *a*radar,eilieon...,jet propulsion f' I il
Top award...$2.OOO for an idea that speeded per ahare-same an 1943 and 1942. 1_ than rocket weapon*, remote gun control for the 1 ,
-, production of O-B gull control for the B29. 1941 and 1940. Net Income was 1 lea than B-29 ".Supertort.the A-26 "Invader." t. 1 r
G-E employee *ugge.tion. aid the war effort. 1940,while.ales billed war.3)j time greater. and the P-61 "Black Widow." .

Let's raise the money in the YOtUMlOP BUSINESS 1144e 1.41 CNANOII' I'.

t received $1,609.600,000 1,360.tJOO.000 +18% "
} N.t"'" billed '1,363,000,000 1288400.000 + 6%
l Net income for the year I 60,800.(01) f .900.000 +13%
OR l Per ahare 1.76' 1.66 +13%
t FLAG flies once again over Seventh War Loan Is the biggest inAmerica' m Dividenda declared and paid S 40,300.000 .0,300.000 :.
ore1Idor. Th cost W" great history because seven bilMIGNTY, Per share 4 1.40' 1..0 i i

blood and pain, but our fighting lion dollar must be raised from TAXIS I

1\ did not turn' back. And on Iwo individuals float. That mean you Total to: 178,000.000 163.1100.000 + 8% t ''f'STOCKHOLDIIS ,'

ma, four thousand men-more and must buy more and bitter war : j .:

---I.d to take the long step Bond.. Number on December 31 23.,733 229.127 + 2% r:
nrard to Victory. This b really two great loan Inone '
Twenty thou- '
nd i for this time last year you had .M'LOYIIS t
others suff red woimd. Yee, ; subscribe 0 Average number on payroll 167,213 171.133 2%
'ri to
011 the way to Tokyo. been called upon twice Total earnings of employees s .8-.OO.000 .72.000.000 2%
At home in War Loan As our fighting men I Average annual earning. S 2,772 2,758 + 1% = ;
your contribution to ral.e Old Glory all over the world WAR LOAN J
7 I U mea.ured in dollar. Tb.l.t. raUe the money back home! ____r "..,....G-II nodlo ........_, 7'.. G.a A'"w'Orew...... Swd.r. lIa w.LW: ?. .uc-n. W4 2104.. _. M1
-- Maedar through' Vf........a es SW?.CBS-I'..Q..N....,..."N.nd.f through Irldar ear a." 5Wr.Cea
47 IS WAR VirnANS HI IO. By the year.
,a General! Ekxtrk Company, .Schenectady NewYor" "
315 end 4735 returned aervice men and women ;
ROUT.GHEEN. war working at plant of General Electric ;I.
and affiliated cornpenjee. 29H6 were former j f.
Temple G-E a.mpIIYOn December 31, 1944, a GENERAL ELECTRIC '
total of 60.228 employee of General Electricand "
Owner Aye. affiliate had entered the armed aervlce: i'
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: Stand; ....
I' 01..... Ar eat of.t 8_ Tw.. .... Aers. 0__ AMq
.... .. A_ O..r. Taxw .R CwtE14
All WH Clf NHV4 of SEH
CERY.Edna .
6 Newman Ray Plaintiff, vs.Ollle I!! 01 NE'4 of NW30 Ex N of road ** 6 23s 11.. C. Davis
II I II 1C.. I. A JL DIIII'f..lder \ of
Defendant Case No 1 A Cemetery That portion of SWH l'i
nay, Notice I I. hereby given that the following described land will be BEH A BWH of 8EH

,Ni.', 8T8 bRIER: OF1 PUBLICATION sold at publlo auction on the first day of June, 1945 at Starke, the TOWN" OP LAWTEY W 01' BT :a. 22 of 8EH 8 of road 48 28NWH aa 20 Ernest WunaerllchS3 I

AND NOTICE TO APPEAR County of Bradford, State of Florida to pay the amount due for taxes. Elk I E. Lot I ]1'. R. Carradlns 'J." of BEH *of all road flWVi AEH t.;::
d4 SEH N
S8gt.Ollle of
; STATE OF A.8 FLOKIDA N. 20449930 to: who.eaxldresa herein set opposite to the same, together with all cost of such sale Lot I of Blk 1 F. R. Carradlne 1.51 2.46 of BWH' N Of road 24WH 6 22 J. W. Jordan '
Ray, and advertising1 -. Lots I, t 01 Blk 12 Mr. Carrie Starling: NEHNWH 26 6 22 80 Ernest Wunderllch It'l
309 K.A. of
4 Is: Htry. "B", 1.46Mrs. )
', } A.P.O. 78. % Postmaster, New York, A.t Lot. 15, I, 7. I, of Blk 23 W. .It Cherie BI...AnD. E..t.Mc- of BWt4" Of NEH 27 6 28 10 Kit Williams 10yt III',!'
P..rlp" of NEW \(, of NWH\ *7 6 S3 11 Della Keller tar
New, York .f lad 8_. T..... R... A..rtIo Owaer. Taxw .L C.... 844 01 Elk U Donald 1,40 W 13 5 A A of NE of SWH 27 6 33 lt. J. :Moore 1*
.66 f
You are to appear onJune
required Lot I Unknown
4 1845<< In the above named 10 Franklin Lumber A. Dla. WH of EHWHWof of NWH cfj7 'I.1Tjj.
15 U 6 2S S A. E. P.
I '' Court and cause, wherein plalntlflaevka 8All SIof;44 810of4 NWW, 8 a E Basket Co. 10.25 TOWN OP I.AWTET B OP BT 8EC8, 23: 24. 2. :Ie b n EV4 of BEVi of. ly.1

divorce and risturatlon of 01 River 83 1 11 15 UnknownAmerican 2.54 8WU. *7 6 22 10"Mrs.. A. F. King J
maiden name. Bradford County Corn 1015 't E of SW Cor
Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn SE of NEy4 A E'i of86 It 120 Tung1 Groves, of Lot 10ArunN210. Com 105 ft 8 of NE Cor
Inc. 18.56 of SEH of NE% A run
four Issue. "
next weekly: : ftH105ftS210ft
S of NWya .. N'i of W 210 ft S 105 ft B
Witness. my hand and official, ; 1 11 In Luther Harrell 6.80 tg BIt to Beg or Lot Callle n..I.y. 1.81 210 ft N 105 ft to bear 28 6 22 L O. Keller. Est
4 seal at Blarke. Florida, this May iW.t NEy4 .. N'i) 7i .81 at NB Cor of 8E'4' I
+ 2. 1946. of1 It Lot I Sub.PIY ot Lot II W. J. Barber Com
OflO 160 Water .A Douglas 19.76 of NEH A run S 105
OFFICIAL 8E.4U> A. J. Thomas 8WtL of NW\4\ A. HW% 1LotI2/ftE&W by of
W 310 ft for a Pt
Mt 9 A* Clerk nf mid Court. 144' & tlE14; 01 AE14! 11 7 It Ut Waters A Douglas 11.01 Cor 100 of It Lot N A 17 8 In 810 Sumpter Harley 1,0. ft beg thence run W 210
Hon T. Frank Landrum, Ptarkft, NE14 uf NE'h A NWya 01 N
105 ft B 210 ft -
Fla. Atty. for Flf 6..' 4t 6-27 1 11 Com SE Cor of Lot II ft 8 22 1 I. J.
AIr: ( WU to R A. Week 10.25 ayt 105 ft to bee II' Keller. Bat
(01 of ? UO ft for a
814 N30 NEt,4, \'W. l.
IN" CIRCUIT< cot'BT' DR tDF'OItDrat e .Dr..nrh '11 20' U Fonnla Crews 4.76 f ft.I'iic; : :: "s Com on Si aide of Call . la .'
COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHAN N 1134. 181 137 St .A E side of Water Stat !
CERY.t 8 ye-o fNW%. "' .0119 1 20 19 W B. Laxenby 1.40 m 10. ft to'' pt of beg. Al/o. Brown I." new designated Intersection -

Anna Melt Cooter OI..n.L Plalnliff SII:14 01 'NE'4 :( A In BEl Com at SW Cor of BUI A run easterly -

..... Howard II. Olvtfn.. lletenUaht ('01' 01 NEYfo of NBy4 It 10 U W. B. Lasenby 1.38 18 run N 100 ft for a parallel with Call St
Case No. 8740. HW'4 of NEVI & Eye of pt 01 beg thence run 14 220 ft thence southerly
;{r OHDER or PUBLICATION 16 / 10 120 Empire Lumber Co. 15.B2 80 It N 174 It W $0ft at right angles to Call
AND ORDER TO APPEAR Nw'i' NPt4: of IIW14 a R IH ft to pt of beg G..o. Coleman 1.18 8t 25 ft thence easterly -

BTATB: OF VLOHIDA tot Howard N30 01 NW'4 01 SWya 15 I 10 <40< Eva Mae Thomas '.18 Lot n Will Barber ..8151iI'4 A parallel with said .,
R. alvens, whose residence Is 2101 514 01 Of SW'A 15. I' 10 L. O. Ureen 2.91 of N 115 ft 01 Lot 81 Griffin 1'.lton I.ot St 280 ft thence 8 at

il' ;; ) Hubbard Street, Greensboro, North Loin I.NE44<< .. '. l 11.II H 160 I: of 8 au It of right angle. 100 ft
Carolina.You 01 Blk'S .A Lot I. <4<. \ 1.ot 011I. Belle Brantley 2.84N34 thence west parallel to
p are required to appear on of II'lk 11 & Lnta 1. I. of Lot 17 Will Barber '.U Call St 280 ft thence

May 28, 1945, In the above named 6, 01 Elk 29, A LoC 1of north at right angle

i ,-.v Court and cause, wherein plaintiff J Dlk II Lot t of OTT$. BUH-DIV III I.AWTET $EC/. 28. S4 2tI, M 5 22 25 ft t': re8t W parallelwith e
tat yt ***ke divorce I Cuntorfy nf minorchild Elk aa Town 01 New 220 ft to

and restoration of maiden River n-u 6 20 Allen Porter Est. 7.18 W t9 ft of N UO It of Water !St; thence north-

name Bradford County Telegraphshall Lot 1 of JIIk 8 A Lot. I, Lot 15 Henry Koor. 1.28S erly 100 ft to pt of
publlnh this Order In next t. 8. S. 01 Bik 29 A 1.01. 89 It of N 237 ft of Corn. 28 6 ia Paul Boaadlo II

four weekly Issues. I, <4<, 8, S, 10. 12, 01 Lot II Robe' fIOtt 1.18 at SE Cor of SWH
Witness my hand. and official & l.ot. 2. 4, I, of 111kS1 Lou 10. It J. L. Nlehol.on LOS of 8WH A run W 795
R l seal at Stark., Florida this April A Lota I, a. 5 8. T 8. 8Wy 01 1'110'4. .A SEI" of8EV4ofNWl4A104A ft N 316 ft NB 608 ft

I 26, 1946, 9,10. II, 01 Rik8ALot ; easterly 206 ft B 174
t ',%: (OFFICIAL BEAD! !: ) A. J. Thomas, U, Blk U. .. Lots of 8W34 or 8Ey4 01NW'4 ft 8 902 ft to bell' .also

A. Clerk of said Court. 1, 3, 4, 6, 1, 7 5, ofNlk 24 I U 54 O. M. Wililame 8.13 certain lands 8 of Mrs.H. .
I, T. Frank Landrum, Htarke, Fla, 44 A tote >i' of NE'4 01 NES4 of NW'4 U II sa 10 C. C. Gunter I.U Sparkman A W of
Atty. for Pit 4.27 4t &-18 111k U & loOt. I, I, b. 1, N% 01 NE'4 of 8E" ANE34 Ry in BE% of SWVi 83 6 28 10 H. E., John 11

T, 5. nl Blk 46 A Lots o6NW30. 01 NE% It II IS ao Cha. Campbell '..711SE'4
IN NIUNTYTFLORI! BRADFORD 2, I, <4.< 5. 6, 7, i. 9, 01 8W'4 of .HW14 ORIGINAL TOWN" OF STARKB 28 9 :93
r't ( I IN: CHAN* 10. 11, 12, of Blk 47 Arilk Fox I Ao In NW Cor 25 I It I Ned Berry. :2,84NWy4
II CKRV. 55, 68, Town of of NW" 01 BW% 2IS II U 10 M. L. Paul 1.45 Lot 3 of Blk 1 A land
Yuba Long, Plaintiff ".. ,otin W. New River 23-U' 20 Emll Mitchell 18." SEy4 of 8W'4 01 I II 10 C. I. .A )1'. DI..f.14er 3.46BEV4 E of Lot to Street Samuel Goldmaa II
r. Long Defendant Case No. 1712. SOSO American Tung- Groves, of 815!:% of' I II to Geo Strong ..88N Lot. 2, <4<, e, of Blk 8 Mr.. Olll parr
t ORDER ()J!' PUBLICATION W% of SWVi 28 6 SOEH Inc. 10.10 NE-of BWllS Lot II, 7. of Elk 13 R. M. Spark man A

AND NOTICW-TO APPEAR American Tuny Grores, NEV4 A W\4. Lot I, 8. of Elk 16 Ex .
BTATB OF FLORIDA to- John of SBH: *> 8 20 12.63 W 25 ft Carl Rltch
Inc. of !:IE'" of BE 4 25 15 21 1L n. Houston E.t. 7.05
") whose resilience Is Banta N30 side. of CallSt.
10 Tnag uro".., 8% of of 8Wy4 of8E34 Com on 8
l : r and hi* mailing S44' nf Lot 11 10 6 ..0 I moerlcan 1.71 25 II 21 10 Manuel Houston I.U where It Intersects
f, T4atrucllon: % W' C. Gheppard Con All Seo. 31 ex N% 01 Lot NE'4 of SEVi 01 B' side of Court St A

Y' Co., A P.O. 406, %" Postmaster t, II, 8, A E. HV 01 140 American Tunlr Oro", ENEoyf 21 I II 15 Laura Coy 1.18 run E 119 ft for a pt

New York: J.ot" T, II 81 I 20 Ina 1211.11 N% 01 SE% of NW14 ExII of beg, e :eNI'f 8 a
< h. You are required to appear on W". ot NEIL A NW44 of A W of Ry In Nl'J' 61 ft B 20
May 21, 1941 In the above /!: N / Car A Nti' of 8W14' 01NW14 W 20 ft to Pt of beg C. J. Carte A wife II
y Court and cause, wherein, plaintiff nl 'NW% &a t5 NEoVNW4 E of old hard ,Blk 29 ... extended on .

f rp seeks divorce. Bradford County A NEV: Clf 44W30 880 American Tunl' Oro"... road 2. II 23 10 m. E. Edward. 11.14NW Ensey's Map Ex S 100
t Telegraph .hall publish this Order & W'4 at 1 .0. Ina U.OI 14 of NEVI ell SEV4 01SE'4 ft A Ex B! 80 ft lira Thelana Laranttui I
In next four weekly Issues.Witness RE': 01 FlW'4 31 6 20 to EI Green 1.0' 28 15 U 8 Y. W. Felton 1.18 S 91 ft of N 171 ft of

d my hand and official flF 01 NEy4 as 8 10 <40< Eltea. Wilson, E.t. 6.10 Lot 61 Woodlawn 21 15 II 10 Floyd Cain ..38W4 E SO ft of Blk 29 a*
'el't t7 seal at Stark, Florida, this April 81!: of 8W14 It I 20 <40< W..tera Douglas '.18 of Loa 17 .. an Let extended] o n Ensey'aj

tit,' 9'a t 23. '145. SEA.L 10 American Tune Uro". 18. 11. U Woodlawn II II 22 35 G. E. er...... I.U A. W. Anderson p
OFFICIAL ) A. J. Thomas On'afrre..ut. .
( 4464 of NW4! II 7G Lot. U, 17, 88 Wood- t ... tract 16.90
A. Clerk of said Court. C 1017
Lots 1 I 7 7 20 107 aL. Atkln.on lawn II I U 80 Levy Sweat' I.U Acres on Wannee BranchIn
I ,1 Hon. J. a Harrison, Law, Exchange N'4 otl NEV4 &' 8'fV'4 of of ilsiWye
Building Jacksonville 2. Lots U, U. Wood"n, It 15 23 20 George Moseley .86W30 SWH SWH >
4-27 Florida NE'" clad that ponionof 01 NW34 of NEI4 a3 I 13 20 Pinkie 30hn.on I.U Track area Ex 1
Atty.: for Plf. 4t 6-18 N4 01 NW14 1'1 of All NE'4 of 8W34 01 8E% lot leased 28 6 28 B. A. L. Ry. u

NOTICE OP Public roadbout II A 6 7 20 UI C. C. M.lvln II." E of Road U 5 II I Andrew Magyars I.n One Lotn/ Stark 141
a An 8E cor of SW'.4 a American Tung 011 N <400< tt ot Lot 12 In ft E A W by 85 ft

t NOTICE! IB HKHBHY! 10 Am..r\ean Tunlr 011na % 01 SW 4 ot NW14 I I 13 10 C. C. Sumner 1.11The Ry N by Duncan land
J'; thirty days after the first publication
01 I'IW'4 01 RW4i 6 7
10111I. 1.71 W 8
N% 01 that yorttonof by Morgan A by
of this of'
notice, the City
B.g.t IIW! cor of SW\4\ ofHE'4
NEy4 that Hull 28 6 S3 Mrs. Sallle Tyson I
Starke, Bradford County Florida, foo.rI
A run E on lI.o!
lieu t W A E
will cause to be Introduced and attempt
line 80T I-I It thence
d ') to have passed at the 1146session N t 0 8 boundary a f <462< It or N\4, of NWV4 LIVINGSTON TRUBY .* CO.. BUB' DIV. OF NRH OF !NEH 28 I
3 6 II
of SwrL U J. C. Dixon 2.18
of the Legislature of the
t' va State of Florida a "Kpeclal Act Ward City, thence W W14 of 8w'4 of NE'.4 A Lots 2, 3, of Elk 5 J- W. Robinson 1

authorizing and empowering the 807 .I-a ft, S tobeg. I 7O WiK of e NW'4 4. 23 110 A. J. Bryan 1.13 Lot 1, 4, of Blk 8 Clyda Hankerson {!
City of Stark to extend the City a C. A. Crosby .7' ofESI 01 fll '4 Lot 3 of Blk 11 Helen E' Williams I
Com at 8W elf SEof "
,A ( Limit. of the City of Starke Inoludlnsr A nor m 18'Ia 8E'4 '"4 of NF.4 113 ao Mr. H. F. Brown, 1..0 Lots 8, 4, of Blk 14 Helen E. Williams .
all or any portion of the SW34 run 8% 01 NEt4 nl SE'4' 6 8 U 28 Cyrus E. Beam .98 E 38 ft of Lot t of Elk
N SO to S
< following described property to- boundary yde 01 lard: City 814 01 SWt,4 of NW 44 I 6 U 10 Hall Edward., E.t. 1.20 15Lot Enoch Tyson I
r E 15 A 01 S44 01 NE'4 ofSW'4
will thence W 188 101 yds 1. 2, of Elk 19WU Carrie Turner t
1 BH' of Section 21 and SWH of 8 80. yde to.<<. b.g, 8 7O a 3. P. nobert. at.119LnU A 834 of NWy4of' S 6 vRE34 21! 4' of Lots 1., t. nf Rile I
r the BWH of s.edon 32, and the I, I, 10. II. II, ofBIk 22 26 H Efls ilv'b; Urlffl.n.on, E a L 617 23 A W% of' Lot. 1. :Joe RouseA FAnnIe
of 9 6 :
WH of the NWVi\ of Section 27, I Ward City 1 7 10 G. 1-1. Parker 8.71 NWH 40 1.10 2. of Elk 24 Young :
N 166 ft of SEV4 of SWH
and the BBU of the NBH of R..otlon'U..nd

LIlt I 01 Blk U. Ward Lot I I, of Blk 28 Mamie Dell
B of Ry 10 6 23 4 Thelma Rhoden' 1.42 !
Ij the) NBH of NBH\ City S T ZO Mra T. P. Ward E.t. 2.13
Lots 1 3 of Elk 33 Llllle
WH All SH of SWH E of Ry Martin i|
and of m and the : of .
% RH
Lot. 15 17 8 9 11
, Lot A N 25 of Lot
pile ft
r 4>Ex N 165 ft of SEH of
W% of Section 29 all :
and that a '
I f ward I T !0 3. "
lty' P. 'Robert l8.n '
4 f Elk
: 3.1 Emma
A Hughes I
r portion of WH of SEH' that lies SWH B of Ry 10 6 22 30 Milton Carter 1.68
9. 10. of Elk 19
Lots 1. 2 of Blk .43'
SW Laura WhItmore
Com 300 It N' from
cant of canal!
\ Creek '
or Alltfrator
Ward -S 7 ZO 3. P. J.U
City Roberts W
Cor of BH of-8WH of % of Elk <47< Emma Hughes
(, In Section 18. A lib. I n K In Lou 6 of Ek! 10
8.1.T. NWH A E 464 ft Lot :2 of Blk <48< Sallle Williams
Township 6 South 22
Rang Bast.
t Ward It' t 7 10 L. 0, Iluen 'l.U
Road thence N along
Lot 11 of Elk n Ward
9 4.17 St B-25 City Clerk City S 7 to T. 3. Baxter 1." road 100 ft thence W LIViNGSTON. TRUBY CO' AD DITIO1V TO 9TAHKB 26 1

Rlk U, Ward City 9 7 1(1( O. H. Parker. 111.19 <483.9< ft thence S 100 Lot 1. 6, '. 9, 10'of Blk
"h'r IN ("IR COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN.CKHY. of SWH of NEt,( 11 I 23 20 Unknown 3.99 11 Carl Rltch 0
SW34 01 NW14 A NW Lot. 3, 12 A 8 9 ft of
W of of 11 I n
% 8WV4 NRV 20 A.
Mary Eleanor I of.SW"14 A E34 018W% 13 7 10 288 n. L. Hough ".81 of of 11 8 23 20 Rogers 8.99 Lot 4 of Blk 14<< Floyd Green
Plrkby minor by SWH Tom
a. W4{ of NI'4': of NEV It 'l 10 20 R. A. W..ka 15.2& Lot 6 A 8H of Lot / /
W of of 11 I U
Margaret NBH SBV. 20
,,, Sclurba a. her next best J. H. Bailey 3.99
i J\1 of NEV4 of BE44 It 7 10 ao H. L.
Hough 2,83S of Elk 17 X P. Robert.
friend Plaintiff "., Norman L. W% I of NBH of NRH 11 I II 10 Charley
Brantley 2.22
S 0 A of NE14 of I.4W" 111 'J 10 10 R. A. Weeke
Blrkby. Defendant. Case. No. 8064.OHDKH 1.83 W of NEH A W 14 ofNE34 Lot 2 of Bile 21 Ed Stone
NE'. of .. 11 of
OF. PUBLICATIONAND &WW34 of NWH, A E 11 Lot 11 of Blk: 21 Walter Pearce
of N WyaofW844y4 SE of A Lot 2 of Elk 28 Rosa Lee
.. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Norman : IS' 10 100 C. 1'. '.as 1AonNend of W 19 Lot 1 of Elk 23 s Jas ClarkF.
I.. All NW30 of NWV4 N ofWR of : of 12 6 22 Lot 8 A SH, of Lot 4 of '
} Blrkby, whose legal residence Is 16 7 10 10 L. Z. Williams I.U A SEH NWH 112 Mrs. Pearl Starling 2.73
Highland Park Michigan, and ,'oof NE'yy of NII:% & W% of EH of SWH Of Blk 2/ C. Holllnrsworth
whose actual mailing address I. (":'4 7 10 10 A. L. SEW 13 6 23 10 Sclplo West 2.62 Lot S of Blk 80 :J. T. Kirkland
Pfc., Norman L. Ulrkby.34694938<< N 1.-off BE'4 of 8W" 411. Crosby 11.0 S Hof NEH of SWVi 14 6 23 10 L. B. Bobsln 3.65 Lot. 4, 11 of Elk SI J. T. Kirkland

r ,s Branch No. l-S'iuadron D.' Box No. N a01<< SW'4" 01 884 SWH of SWW 14 6 23 <40< John Johnson 6.77

a 168, Barksdale Field, Louisiana. .. N 11 A of SJiJ14 of8E'A 1 A Bq In SW Cor of TEMPLE'S ADDITION! TO BTARKB 28
9 aaS.
You are required to appear on \ H I A af NEK jcor8of NBH of SK "i of NWH 16NBH 6 23 1 West Qrlffl .97
May 28, 1146, In the above named A' of SEV4 of NWH! A "strip, of land 60 ft wide,

Court and cause. wherein plaintiff NWV4I8E344' Ex 1 A In SW Cor 16 6 22 t p. T. Tyson 1.07 B of-Blk* 9, 3, A 4 A

't 1' l seeks divorce and restoration of E 01 Road U 710 79 A. L. C..oebr: 10.03 Com at SE Cor of NWH W of Ry Ex 2 leased
+ 44
1 maiden name. Bradford County W 8070 I.a It of W% of of SWH of SEH A run Lot. .. A. I* Ry

/ Telegraph shall publish this Order. NE .4 JD US I a ft N 138 ft -W 830 ft 8 Blk 4 A. A. Annie
n In next four weekly Issues. 411 t.:14 01 NWtL 17 7 20 44 C. A. Croaby '.as 135 ft B 330 It.' to pt Lot. 3. 4. 6. of Blk 16 J. Roberts
Witness my hand and official' NWV 01 NWy4 Ex 1 A as American Tung 011 of beg 16B 8 22 1 ArdeU Howard 278* Lot. 7 8 9, 10 of Blk 1 Pr

vri II seal Htarke: Florida, thl. April N 01 Ry 17 T 20 Mille, Ina 15.119 a-. of SEH of SBH!' 17 I 22 30 Raymond D. Crawford 4.87 Dowllngr's Sub-DIv II' II W. H. Green, Eat
N Lot 1 leas 10 11 Am.rlcan Tung Oil SH ofB3.8ofNWy4of
Lot 6 of Blk I A 1 Lot
A. J. THOMAS, W oot AIt 18 6 22
10 NBH 13 Lydia
Ry MUI. Ino. .... Tyson, Eat 2.75
4a. A. Clerk of said Court. All Lots 11 11. N ot River8Wy NWH of SWVi EX'' 1 A 100 ft N A 8 by 52%
OFFICIAL. SEAL' ) In NB Cor for church ftH& W In NW Cor
lh' 11 7 10 40 lAm D.vl. 15.50
l Knight A Knight, Starke. Florida, ofNfEyy" A 1014 of15 A NH of BWH' of BWHA of Lot S Dowllng's Sub-

Attys. for Plf. <4t< 6-18 & E 12 A nlNW'4 SSA of 8WH 18 6 22 99 Elisabeth X>*Su* 1.88 Dlv IS as Knute Fred Llnd
\ HEI4 off W SH of SWH
!NOTICE OF SPRCIAL SW% .. NW14 Nml4 IS 7 10 ItS R. A. W.ek. U.IO of SWH ' 18 6 22 6 2. R. Sawyer 1.78 3. M. JOHN'S ADDITION TO STA UKB S8. 22

I.KUIVI.ATIOV! Com 20 ehna'W 01 NEcor N 2-3 of NWH of NW% 18 6 23 27 Alex Cummings 2.45 Lot 5 7 of Blk
34 f
NOTICE la HEREBY: OIVEN that of Soo. III A run W 8 3-3 of SWH of NW'.4U 6 22 27 LeRoy Dell 1..15 Lot I ,of ,Bile 32 Susan M. Wills
N r thirty dAY. after the first publication 40 chne H 20 chna 10 All BWH of 8WH.1B' of Mary B. Maloney
t.'' y i of thla notice, the City of U ehn. S 20 chna to Road Ex: about 3tA InS Lot 2, 4, A Lot 6 Ex

''o' Starke, Bradford County, Florida, beg 15 7 20 110 L. H. Waters '.T8 W4CoB A Fi S 10 ft of Blk 34 W. P. Smith
J 1 will cause Introduced and at 10.% of NE14 of NEt4 11 II II 10 1']. W. Rosier I.U nf Road Lot 6, 8 of Elk 36 A. W. Anderson
,1- r' temptto havea passed at the 145session NW"44, of NW'4' II II It <40< }oJ. W.' I.UNW'4 2 A In NB Cor A Ex .
l M1 of the Legislature of the 01 NE44 U .4 II <40< M. A, Sweat .98 11 A on W side 21 8 22 47 Fate Brown a 24.09 CITY PARK Sln-DIV W A CT* ADDITION TO STARKE 38 l|
0.4 State of Florida, a Special Art NE'4 01 SW'4 lIS < I II <40< T. N. Norman ,96Onehalf 8 82% Ft of W 30 of DIll;
authorising' and empowering the undivided In4t.r..t ISofN2B AN275 Lot. 1, 2, 5, I, T, I, of .

t 14 City of Starke: to retire. on a pension In NEIL 01 NE" , ft of NWVi of Blk 3 Elk 1 A.i A. Annie I
of one half of his. present sal 1011C I,4A, In NE] Cor'& Soff9, B J &landic Lot 12 of Blk 3 Orange Lines, Inc.
cry Chief of Police A. L. Alvares, ICx out 1 A In SJoJ of same to road Ex Lot 7 of Blk 6 J. H.' Kirkland _
..4 and to provide the necessary funds cur A Ea Plotted land N 110 ft Temple's Sub- E% of Lot <4<, 6 of Elk 8 Al Roth 'r

t, therefor by taxation or otherwise: In Sw cur A Fox a IItrlpUO Div 21-22 6 22 2 Unknown 4.46 CQm at NE Cor of SBH
and authorising the City Councilto It wide N A 8 N S 163% ft of SErf' of of NBH A run W 100
enact the necessary ordinance. of Dlk. <4<, 7, alto. aU Blk 4 S of ]t 4 W also ft 8 15 ft for a Pt of
S to make said Act effective.! that portion 411 NW44 all trace H of Elk 6 8 beg thence ron W 100
CARL JOHNS.' of NEV4, tJ! 01 road Ex of R <4< W being, 2 'A ft S 100 ft E 100 ft N

'l 4 4-20 Ct 5-18 City Clerk 11 A In Ncor AEx In 8W Cor of NBH of ,100 ft to pt of beg 29 8 8S W. B. Bryan:
plotted land In NNIcdr SWH Temp Ie'_-SubDlv. SH of Lot 4 of Elk 13

A E1C a strip 130 21 8 22 21. W. Feag-le 2.78 Uasklns Add to Starke 29 6 22 Floyd Green
ft N A N H of Block' Com at SW Cor of a 12 Blk 13 Ex 1iI% of Lot 4

.. Jlellbrnnn Rprln"N 36 I II U Wainwright A Mitchell 11.21 A tract formerly owned Oasklns' Add to Starke 29 6 28 Floyd Green
1'4 A In NW'4! 01 NE14nunded by P. C. Goodwlna '. One tract of land 240<<
) S A W by and run E alone S yd. N A 8 by 120 yds
; 'Syk Road N by N line nf side of said land to SB F& W In BE Cor of

call NW'4 or NII4 AE Cor of Sarah Brett's land 8Ey4 of 51044 It. aa s a. S. Kuter
S :: by branch 36 I II J Francis L. Ollllame 1.97 8 variation W about / WH of NW% Of SE%

NWt4ofNW14of51014A' 105 yda to a post Ex N 6 A 30 8 23 14 'Willie LucasS
8'4 411 NW'4 01 lE'4' 1 S II 10 Earle William. 1,07 thence NW to Bear In SH of NWH of NEH of
130 A In t1P1 Cor 01 NE4 NEH -of SWH\ In Tem NE% A N1A: of BW%

of SE'4 N of road I I II I Julla Fryer: '.H ple's Sub-DIv. 21 8 22 s Oeo. McGee 8.77 of NEH of NEH 31 23 '
7 Harris
SW'4 of NJo11.4 A IlJof": of Ala the 8 385 ft of Pitt Com at SE Cor of SEH w. C.
NW\4\ A NW\4\ of alliI\4\ I II 110 T. L. Wlllls 1.13 S of R 2 B that lie* 1 of SWH A run N 166 ft
BE'4 01 NE'4 Ea 1 A B of dirt road Bx 1 lot W 628 ft 8 165 ft E
Cemetery II II It Fr..ler Kelly: 1.18 In NB Cor 148 ft s NI4 01 SE\4\ 01 SEV4 E. Temple's Sub-DIv II' 22 a Unknown' pt of her 33 88 I' Florence Clark
Com 8E
U at Cor
I. of
Jot, I T II I Unknown I.U Com at NB Cnr of 8EH SEH of
/ / sw'lt'r 1'11':14' : 01 NEl4 .0 Emma of of 8WH A run W 62* ft
7 II Helber..r, Guard 1.911 SEH 8WH A runS _, for
,R1i'9 W'4 NEI( % 160 ft W 1<<9tt for aft a pt of be thence
8i T4lo SE14 A I A inNE of beg thence run 8 run N 165 ft W S 81 ft ,
Cor of 8W'4 of It W 44 ft road thence souther
N 12 ft ?;
I v: t
EXPERT NE N"4' o18W B. 44 ft to pt -4)f bee 21 8 33 ly alongK side of road 4e'
A NW'4 nl NEV4! IT 7 It In 3. I. A H. L Ogden ".71 Com at NB Cnr of SE'4... Ouranla Ampriie ..n to Sec line thence B to ,

BEI4 01 HW" Ea 1 A In of 8RH: of BWH, A run t. pt of bee 32 8 22 8 Unknown
1 WORKMANSHIP NB!! Cot 10 7 It It R. W. 1.11 8 160 ft for a pt of The 8 163 ft of the W

W30 01 8W'4 01 IIE'4 10 T II 10 H. S. Waller /4.11<< beg thence run W 149<< >'Ex 260 .ft of. NWH of SBH
65 A In N'4 of NEl4 ft S 12 ft W 44 ft 8 that portion W of .

deeded to Wlnlam Jone.Ex 33 ft B 204 ft N 50 ft road jj 28 'John Lampkln
: Itnad & 830 "-'e. SEy4 to nt of ... u. 22 '' Com at a pt 265 ft B! of
01V% 34 7 21 72 Norman Blue 12.05'acre -of Dike 11.-- Nick V..ieoapoalos ....* ofHA0rrU'ENToVJ .

''f ALL WORKGUARANTEED All NWH of SEH W ofRoad Knight's 8ub D If of '. SE ,
a Ex! 1 Lot In NB SWH of SBH 11. 22 ft W 180 It H no
Cor 14 7 at 27 R. O. Wise S. A. L..Ry 1.49 to beg .
1.68 Com at SW Cor of NWH ,J 82 1 Delia M. KnlgHt
All NEST of NWVi W of 7 Mr*. Clyde Morgan of SEH' on B side of ', ', Com at SB Cor of NWH
t Road Ex W 9 1-3 A 36 7 21 Young 1.13 : Road 11 A run N along y of SBH A run W 148<<

All NWH of NEW" W of said road 635 ft thence , ft for a pt of beg thence .f
Ry Ex 5 A sold C. A. B at right angle to run N 148 ft B 148 ft N
t'' 'V'' '' YOU CAN ENTRUST YOUR Crews A Ex 5 A sold said road 910 ft to Ry UO.S ft W 273 ft N
R L. W. Wilson A Ex 6 A thence 8 lilT 259 W a ft N 169
FINEST WATCH TO OUR In NE Cor to Bevllle A ft to s line of said ft 210 105 ft W

CARE Kx 3 A owned by R. NWH of SEW' \ thence W 280.7 ft S6a4ftI0210
S. Wasdln 29 7 21 22 R. W. Surrency: '.0' along said line 961 ft ft S 105 ft fa 188 ft to

WH: of Lot. 18, 31 Wood- to pt nf beg-10H A 31 6 Pt of beg
1 ? SH lawn of Lot. 33 24 13 S 22 10 H. W Havlland 1.94 Com at SB Cor of &eo 31 11 J. E. Gale 4.E3 Com at SB Cor of N VVi j. 1 23- 5 H. Chandlera

Wood- A run N 74* 55 ft for of BEH A
run N
(lawn 108.jj
13 5 22 10 JoI... Sarah
Brugger 1.76 a pt of bee ft for
Lot ; thence) run a pt of be
Lot U.15 Woodlawn 14 6 23 10 Unknown I.44 W 125 ft N 75 ft R 125 thence run W 373 ft N*
i TheSTAG W 30 of Lot 60, Wood-tIS. 22 10 Stanley EVundag! 2.45 ft 8 75 ft tnJlt of beg": 11 6 22 Ida Hankersom 2.18 I 269 ft B 280.7 ft 8 1117.a
lawn S 65 ft of of Elk ft to pt of beg
is E 2S. E Avery L. Ketver 1.76 ISofRSEAN. 110 II U Cap ChandlerS
SH of Lot1, Wood- .iA-5qJSr5W.C of
$ lawn IS 6 21 S A. Stoker ft of SWH of Blk S 64 of 8i % ]4Os 0 IS
a.34 Com at Joe Johnson
Sofft2HAland10 sm
Carter Bide Starke Lot 63, Woodlawn 16 5 23 16 Mr. E. O. Harvey of Cor of NW'4
Lot 1, WoodJawn 1." earns to road In 8E'4 ", run W
SWH of NEH 34ofNWK 30 6 S3 10 ttldney: J. .Starling ..98S Tem le'. Sub-DIv 21-23 5 22 2 Rebaner Clark' 2.32 ft for a pt of be"

ty of 8E3WW 33 22 70 It. A. Week NH of SWH of NEU Ex thence run N 105 ft w
..u 210
W 50 ft 23 6 22 20 Daniel Leltermaa ft 8 105 ft B 210
1.07 ft to pt of beg
S CbsndlaS
t' as. 22 Clifford


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!s. .1448! j

.10. .. Twp.'BS.( '.A....., Owner Amtommt Says 'Live law legatees ."'. .. -
. s. Taaew A C..f.19COLN at Home'Is Nopnla, O. Sanders' ? *also. or IN cincriT cor T. BRADFORD STATE OF FIXRinA to: Hubert NOTIVIII

.f la. (S'L Of SE" W OF BY) 33.a Best PolicyIt Sophia O. Saunders if .rantee"1, COUNTY.' FLORIDA) 3* CHAN.CKHV. Edgar. Spur. whose address Is, Pvt. Th* Board of County Commis.sioners
CITY It dead her unknown .. Hubert K. Hpelr, "816586, I616 of Bradford County Florida
at law Donnell Pope, Plaintiff ".. Charlie Tech Supv
of Elk I' Hattla Starka 1.u legatees, devlaee 0 r grantees: O. Pope. Defendant. Case No. .Co. A.P.O. 3118. % ,',wIlL received* until
J7JS. Postmaster
.. of LotIk 8 Ella Williams t." pays the farmer to "live at Sarah J. Wynn. If living and If OWTIEK PUBLICATION You New York. New York. 10:00: o'clock A. M. June 4th. A. D.
Phillip' & Joe Johnson i.83 home." dead. her unknown helm at law AND NOTICE TO are required tappear on 1446 at the ('''.rk'* office In the I
u34o7 llth 1945, In the above

faflKlk Rhetta legatee devisees
T Cummings or grantees: 8'lAih OK KIXJUIDA County Court House In Btarke, forth
S' to: Court and
,II ot 4 Jlk 1 Mose Eula Mae Brooke Koberaon .77 That 1a the experience of D. I. dead James his Jr. Wynn.unknown If living, and If O. Pope, whoa residence la %! Rob. seek divorce cause, Bradford wherein County plaintiff Road* sale Maintenance of gasoline to be used b r I
equipment of
.1' heirs at law Inetls Furniture .
t .to.'t Bbk 4 of Bikn i.j| Knight and he la proud of the legatees, devisees or cranteee; South Carolina.Company Georgetown In Telegraph four shall publish this Order the County, Th. Board res.rveethe

I 'T. :J. Alderman 3,04 two and a half acre farm which Robert Keith .. trust"" for Sophoa You are required to appear on neat weekly Issues. right to reject any and all
IS NW14 Ex i O. Sanders also known aa Sophia i May 28. in Witness my hum and official bid. .
the above
Ijo : NW'4 W of end A he cultivates intensively just northof O. Saunders Sarah J' Court and cause, wherein plaintiff named seal at Ktarke, Florida this May By order of the Board of County I II
; on EXn U 11 H. E. Johns ".n I Lawtey.Mr. James J. Wynn. If hiving. nnd..nI1 sacks divorce. Bradford County 10th. 1946.OFFICIAL. Commissioner Bradford County.

4 A vauyltof l NW14 also dead hla unknown successor In I Telegraph shall publish this Order ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas Florida May. 7, 1946.
't ot r.n.. 80 11td.-- Knight states that he once trust: Jesse N. Jones, if living. and In next four weekly Issues As Clerk of said Court. I I .A. J. THOMAS
com on end stun 8 held down one of those 00<1paying" If dead his unknown heir at law Witness. my hand and official lion. T. Frank Lnndrum Starke, Clark.
of R1 then<''' & letrateea, devisees or grantees_ ; Ally seal at Btarke. Florida this Aorll Florida, AU)". for Plf. 6-11 4t 8-1 6-11 4t '-I
,sees dugs.t N to Wv Job at Camp Blandlng. Jones. wife of James I'. Jones, If ,sun, &BU.OFFICIAL. J

: lot fd Reo as thence N but by the time he got through living, and If dead her unknown ( SEAL; ) A.I.: Thomas,
ofneuAhl".LIE heirs at law. legates., devisees As Clerk
or of
said Court. .
un"Nw Cor of BWVo.otU 0 SB 25 The American Trust Co. with the "deducts", the cost of grantees. Jacob John If llvln'and T. Frank l.andrum Stark. Florida BUILDING MATERIALS I

Cor transportation, meals etc.. he If dead. his unknown heirs at taw, Atty. for Plf. 4-JT 4t 0.19
legate*, devisees _
W or grantees; John
; of NW ofU S Imum'nkt found that he was better off D. McKlnley, If
4 8 Emlth.: 1.12 living, and If dead IN: CIRC!'IT total. HRADFOHU I
But \) S aa I 22 20 Char lot t D. Herr 3.89 financially to stay at home and tees hla unknown devlaeaa or heirs at law leffa- COT. FLORIDA IN CHAN. UNR4T1ONED AVAILABLE NOW II
SRllrht of'w ay 8tA. grantees; Wilbert C.'ER3'.
L. main cultivate his own little spot of H. Rogers, If living and If dead Leonard O.

track from the land.. 0 I hi. unknown helra at law legatee., .... Edna Crane Oulllckson.Uulllckson Plaintiff, Defan- ROOFING CONCRETE BLOCKS .
IIn' :jal8e033t] to0ColaY devisees or grantees; Jennie Haira- dant. .
"asa No. 11' SHEETROCK
man approxtthrou a Mr. Knight came to Bradford man. If living, and If dead her ORDER OP PUBLICATION
coent' L mile.I a e .h r County after he unknown helra at law. legatee, AND NOTICE TO APPKAH: INSULATION! BOARDS MASONRY CEMENT !
4 read a classified devisees
mstel7: or .grantee.
; 1. M. Frank
Jere U.13Fi A through ad in the New York Times and and Company: a corporation If !In Cease Uulllcknon, whose residence
R existence and If unknown > WINDOWS
4 8 'a S not, Its la 678 GRAVEt
7 Ashland
Secs 1 I of Tp S. A. L. Ity 91.71 I bought his farm sight unseen from successors, ..*..Ian..k. trustees or Minnesota 81. Paul a> DOORS SAND

lI.f'ft of 8W34 of 8W344 the Harveys. He says that any- grantees; I. M. and unknown You are required to appear on SCREEN
7 J. persons, a partnership| dolna business CELOSIDtNG
$4 6 II Bardenbrook June llth, 1945, In the above
; N of lty 10S named
pnrtlO'l. once can make a living on Brad- under the firm
811 0 21 .0 Bertha McWalnChaa name and style Court and cause, wherein plain.
... o NW14 A1k I'Lake 31 ford County soil If he works hard of I. M. Frank and company, and tiff seeks divorce.' Bradford County Glass Cut to Order Lucas Paints
/ 7, any and all persona claiming any Telegraph -
1 s..I 1n r yof LUt I" hU 1"36 21 McMillan enough, and Is proud of the fact right title or interest In and to In next four shall weekly publish Issues this. Order
; \ 1."
: &.. that about the the following described lands In Witness
8, ,, of Plk I irks only thing he has Bradford County, ,,Florida to-wit my hum and official CABINET & MILLWORK
u : seal
at Stark
1I4:7: .relc! h t a InU 1 22 1C. B. Mime to buy in a grocery store is Fractional lot. A. 1< and C, In 'tho U45 Florida this May .
11\10: \
*: kitchen matches. Block One (1) of Wynn'. Addition ( .
of ,
'. of NW\Io\ to Town of Stark, being In A. Cleric nf said Court. t :
i W% of NEVI 0 U II 22 50 Mary B. Maloney 12.12 isr cmrrrr COITRTCOlNTV BRADFOHD Section iweniyeiKnt (28) Township Hon. T.- Frank Landrum, Starke. i ANDS BUILDING SUPPLIES '

.w" RV rlgh t 0 t'ay 1 7 21 621 8..A. L. Ry. Co. FLORIDA! I'M CHAN.: two (22)six (8)EastGREETINGS South Ittinge twenty. Fla. Atty for Plf. 6-11 41 .lIX

I 1.'W, &of j.E\Io.; \ Ex 6 A In CRI1Y. -
3 7 U IS T. II. Lea 1.44 Ruth Johnson Jenkins, Plaintiff vs. : ('IH(', IT" fOI'RT. HRAIIKOIUI Depot & Pleasant Sts., Phone 1325 Calnesvllle, Fla.
You and each of
EtC'Jg! yoU are herebyrequired ( I
'tI'N'TY. Kl.Otlllltl IX CIIAX.
't "NW Vi & runt 8 7761t No.William 8751.Jenkins, Defendant Case ] to appear plead or annwerto (''':HV. II.I.r I.
the Bill of
Complaint filed
Willie Mae Hawkins
of bee Plaintiff :
for a pt W 514 rt to ORDER OF PUBLICATION against you In the above styled O K. Hawkins, Defendant Case vs. ;
hence stn 8 108 rt E AND NOTICE TO APPEAR cause a suit to quiet. and confirm No. 3763.OUI : i
lad thence STATE OF FLORIDA to: Sgt. title and remove cloud aa set out
to I
14 tt N 108 rt p& II 7 12 1.1. H. Kirkland 271 William Jenkins whose address Is, and described 'In the bill of complaint AND NOTICE TO APPKAH. COMPLETE CAR SERVICE : ;
r beg! 40 32581057, Co. "A" 1251 Engineering on June llth. A. D. 1945
I 7 22 F. U Clouch ..It.7T S'l ATK OF FLORIDA to: O. K. '
'4 of 1411 V4 of A W"at Combat Bn., A.PO. 855, % Poet- at the Courthouse In tstarke, Brad- Hawk In.., whose residence Is un
SF: N 880 ft master, New York New York. ford County, Florida. Herein fall known. HI jl
r NE14n run You are required to appear on not or a decree pro confeaso will
pt ot hag thence run June 4, 145 In the above named be entered against you. You are required to appear on
V 260 It N 85 It E June llth, 1945, In the above named
Court and cause, where{ plalnttftseeks & -Rw I
It la further ordered that thisorder
of Court and
tt S 8G ft to p& cause wherein plaintiff
annulment and of
restoration ,
15 7 U Joe Ball 1.0' be published In the FYadford seeks divorce. Bradford County
vlot N'4' of NE'10 7 13 10 Wm. E. Green maiden name Bradford County County Telegraph a newspaper Telegraph shall publish this Order # i '
of NWVV rt'.,. 10 1 U 10 ;Jeff Barnhlll .'IT Telegraph shall publish this Order published In Stark *, Bradford In next four weekly issues. (I
14 & NF.4 foNW% 11 1 22 200 Theda n. Perry 18.18 in next four weekly hand Issues.Witness and .otflcalseal County Florida once a week for Witness my hand and official rl re ,I.tA
NEI4 of N my four consecutive weeks prior to seal at Starke, Florida, this May
r or propo..d roa BdW' 11 7 21 18 A. \V. Hohmann 296 at Starke, Florida, this May the 11th day of June A. D. 1945. 9th. 1845.OFFICIAL.
I, 1945. .
.ot 106 s'l J NW ( SBAL) A. J. Thomas IN WITNESS WHEREOF have ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
BE44 v._ _, OFFICIAL: i hereunto set. my hand and the seal A* Clerk of said Court.
or 01 0 y** -*. 7 22 Unknown t.58 Aa jerK or 'said Court: of our said Circuit ,Court at tUarke, Hon: T.; Frank Landrum, Slarke,
Hon. : T. StarkeFla. :
L1 ft W Bradford ..C'"l11ty.o'iorld..., on this Fla. for Plf. ,
Ell E 25 ft 0.2f Atty. 6-11 4t 6-1
for Plf. 6-4 4t .
BS ft of Lots 18. 19. 20, Atty. the 7th 'day of May A. 1>. 1945\ ___' ,

iv. 19 7 22 Ethel Johnaon 3.n iv cmrt'rr: COURT BRADFORD Clerk Circuit Court Bradford ('OI'' TV. FI.ORIUAI IN ('IIAN.
A of that portion afIi COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHAMCKHV. County Florldn.OFFICIAL ('KRY.Joseph .
of NWIIo of SWhI SEAL'! ,) I!'. Murray Plaintiff ".. n
Road 7 22 I Unknown J.9 Myron Fuchs., Plaintiff vs. Elsie: Joe Hill Williams Lake. Butler Lola Grace Renton Murray, Defendant.
I A of s'i 13of SW 420 Fuchu, Defendant Ca..e No. 75S.. Florida. Solicitor for Plaintiff. Case No. 1766. Washing Polishing Waxing
r BE14 20 7 22 6 C.I.: Weeks J.B ORDER OF PUBLICATION 5-11 4t I-I ORDER. OF PUBLICATION/ -
*i 7 22 30 T. :J. Alderman ..ea Fartta, wtuwe residence la 214 Beach COUNTY FLOHln'l IX CHAM- Grace Benton Murray whose residence CERTIFIED LUBRICATION
A on N Aide of BE% Walk Honolulu, T. IL CKKY. Is42 Bvauftne Street Charleston .
You required to on J. Weley Reese Plaintiff va. South Carolina.
NW4; E of A dIning are appear
road 28 2< 7 23 1 Daniel P. Loper late June 4. 1945, In the above named Julia B. Reese. Defendant. Case JuJ..o'lr required to appear on 1 Polishing & Waxing By Appointment :
'4 of BWii\ 2SEVi 7 23 '0.1. D. Thompson 4.03 Court and cause wherein plaintiff No. 3767. 1945, In the above named
" or 27 7 21 40 .-s. D. Thompson 4.01 seeks divorce. Bradford County ORDER OF Pt' J.ICATION Court and cause, wherein plain.
-? U, 20 In McCall' Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn AND NOTICE TO APPKAH tiff seek divorce Bradford County Only I'
ddltlon to Hampton 80 7 22 Earl Saxon t..7< next four weekly Issues. STATE OF FLOIUDA to: Julia Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
I t&W20ftof Lot Witness my hand and offlrlal n. Reese, whosereKldence Is, 145 next four weekly Issues
I of BIk 29 In Blanton'. seal at Btarke, Florida this May Diamond B r I dire Avenue, Haw Witness my hand and official
,ddition 30 7 22 Unknown 2.72 2, 1945. thorne. New Jersey. V seal at Starke Florida, this May Standard Oil ProductsFULL
I Hampton Park 31-31 7 22 Mrs Sarah Brugcer 1.62 (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas are required to appear on 9th. 1445.OFFICIAL.
,, of NWH Ex: S A R As Clerk of Maid. Court. JU'l 1945, In the above named ( SEA) A. J. Thomas
road ft Ex B A on Nbd Hon. T. Frank Landrum Starkoe, Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Aa Clerk nf said Court.
A Ex S A In SB'! Flo. Atty. for Pit. 6-4 4t 6-27 seeks divorce. Bradford County lion T. Frank Landrum Hlarke., SUPPLY OF CAN OILCARDEN'S
irftll, NWWof NW% Telegraph ahall publlHh this OrderIn Fla. Atty for Plf. 6.11 41 6-l
[of Ry or fracl Lot 8 31 7 22 33 Ola Chason 2.23 iv! CIRCUIT COURT' BRADFORD next four weekly Issues.
10 Mollssa Slmms COUNTY, FLOIUIIAI CIIAN. Witness my hand and official IV: CIRCVIT COURT BRADFORD
I of WH of NW% 31 7 22 3.23 (
of NE'nf SE 4 ftV. CELL V. seal at 5.S&arke. Florida., this May COI'NTV' FLORIDA IX CHAN.CKHV. ; ,. SERVICE STATION
: of SEy4 as.7 22 <0 Hardin &: Welsner 5.03 William" Us-htfoot, Plaintiff, vs.Hllla 9th. 1 .
of NEV 34 7 22 40 J. D. Thompson 4 02 K. LlBhtfoot, Defendant. Case (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. Dorothy Hodges Rpelr Plaintiff (
3687. of aald Court. vs. Hubert Kdgar fiuelr, Defendant VAN II. CAIUM N Mgr ,-, tSTARKE FLA.
DO ft of NEK of SEU 84- 7 22 12 L. W. Alford .67 No. As Clerk I (
40 J. D. Thompson ORDER OF' "PUBLICATION Hon. William D. Morgan, 5th Floor Case No. 87SO.ORDER Cor. <
i,4 of of NW NW'4'% EX 1 Air 35 7 22 4.02 AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR Clark. Building, Jacksonville, Florida OF PUBLICATIONAND Temple Ave. &: Call St. : j'q

school A Ex: Ry. 35B 7 22 37 J. A. Mllllkan 1.61 STATE OF. FLORIDA. to: Rllla,. Atty. for Pit. 6-11 4t 6-1 NOTICE TO API'EAHj, _
E. whose residence
I A of NU of NW s
NBM; ; Ex: Church Lot 83&8lielmar Street, St. Louis. Mis, '" ;
I Ex I Lot 40x50 ft :t R 22 18 J. 8 Swindle! 1.48 sour;. ,
lot NW<4 of SW% 2 8 22 20 A. W. Hohmann 1.88 Ju.OU. are required ta appear named on .A : |
In the above
K of NE14 5 8 22 40 Unknown 1.88 145. .10.
fof SE'4' of SWU 5 8 22 20 Unknown l.M Court and cause, wherein plaintiff :;,;'n: ;
seeks divorce. Bradford County .
'iI \
llli of NW"4 W of .
Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn -
:; ,
ad 48 Ex 11 A to next four weekly issues.Witness .
tunning &: Ex 1 A to hand and official I II
v rer .& Ex: 5 A to my t
this '
seal at Starke, Florida Maya
Dandier 12 8 22 23 W. A. Jones 2.30 r
of SW% W of Ry 1'86. J. Thomas 1 .
10 A In SW Cor 12 8 22 18:1.: H. Lawrence Est 2.C3 As( Clerk of said Court. PS -.--- :
85 nf BIk A The Hav- Stark.. -
un w4 ft lit of-ou.NEW... --t NWy4 13 8 22 T. A. Bower 2.53 Fla Hon.Atty.T. Frank for -PIt. 6-4 .4t 6.211IN 'x 4, i

BEI4n 13 8 22 15 D. :!b1rr Jones 1.35 CIRCITIT COURT BRADFORD
o rt of Nl% of NW% : FLORIDAIN CHANCEhtY. -
BE" IS 8 22 4 R. Willy. Rivera 107

8 U 140 A. W. Hohmann 23.26 Paul'Stuart Trlbble, Plaintiff vs.'lorence .
of Oo"t. Lot 1 LakelO Alolse LaGrange Tribble, J'z : 4
e Suh-Dlv 22 8 23 :I. E. Smith 7.33 Defendant Case No. 3762.ORDER .
of Govt. Lot 3 Lake OF. PUBLICATIONAND ,
Buh-Dlv. 23 a 22 H. C. Walt 7.88 NOTICE TO APPEAR I IA IA
8 ot Oo"t Lot 3 A E STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mra
tt of Go"t. Lot 4S
AlolAe LaGrange Trlbble
Bide Sub-Dlv 22 8 U F. W. lol1l1Y 18.86 whose residence and post. office 4w v ,Y ?
NE" & E'i of Mabel Puck (Mother),
address Is % '4
1 ,
4 of NE'4 23 8 22 80:1.: D. Thompson 14.12 18-10th Street. Brooklyn New
E of clay road In YOI'k. ;1

Cor of BEy ot You are required to appear on '
4. It 8 U 5 Frank P. Miller 2.12 June 1, 1945, In the above named.
In '
of NEy wherein plaintiff
Court and cause,
of Lake 25 8. II a Frank P. Miller 7.88 seeks divorce. Bradford CountyTelegraph \

or SW'4 of NW14 25 8' sa 20 Jim Speed, E.t. 5.SO shall publish this OrderIn f I .

IEx'plotted landsc135 next four weekly Issues. w. J \
a Z3 110 Lelsh M. Peanalt Witness my hand and official I

seal at Starke Florida this May 1"
\1: noACIl 8.-88 8 22 2. ,... U! It s
7.58 (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. l
Robert S. Scott
21.H5 As Clerk of said Court.
V. L. Phlf.r
U, 25 1471 Ion. Walter C' Hardest, Daytona J
:J. A. Vlt..toe
o C. A. Hook 758 Beach Fla Atty.. -fur I'lf.4 4t
31 ".58
0 J. Bryant
1 768 1:11: CIRCriT Cot RT BRADFORD
Martha (trN'FV.: FI.OIUUAI IV C1IA-!!
11 W. S. Blncbley 1025
L 5.80 CEIIY.
I Indian Unknown Roger Armand flralllat. Plaintiff
neach J
Unit De-
Wllhelm Oralllat

3', 8, 11 13 W of35 a 22 John M. Ron 7.88 va fendant.ORDER Virginia Case OF No PUBLICATIONAND 3741.

1111'd10&Lot4Ex12; ') Cot: & Lot. NOTICE; TO AI'PEAIt /,
: 6
FLORIDA to: Mrs '
Ea I plotted land 'as 8 23 200 Leigh 1\1. Pllar.alt 36.99 STATE OF
Qralllot. whose
Wilhelm ;
d 2. 3, 5, 8, W of 27.48 Virginia Post Office Address la % Creed- p 1'
Iv0of 1 II 22 U Leigh 1\1. Pllanalt more State Hospital Winchester
Road 80 &: Hillside Ave., Queens Coun "
Blvd &
E. 3 12 9 22 138 Leigh 1\1. P.anall 36.39C. I New York, and whose .. ,

Residence; Address Is 139 West 75th
A. Knight street New York N. Y.
Tax Collector, Bradford County. You are required obOaJ'IIm on V

June 4. 1945, In the
Court and cause wherein plaintiff {
seeks divorce. Bradford County '1
Telegraph shall publish thla OrderIn I.I I.
/ nllllt four weekly Issues. 1

o >nSLSSSJ5S- Witness. my hand and efflclal \ *
'I'H1I this April
) T..A oo1o seal at Starke,

..,..";; Hon 26 As(OFFICIAL' Clerk 2945.Walter of SEAL said C. Hardeaty Court.A.. :J. Daytona Thomas,. Uncle Sam's Best Friends Are His Mothers :

Beach Fla. Atty. for Plf. 0-' 4t 5-27 j

You will End yourself 101 the "best Informed .,.
Oftt Cbftatiao IV THE. CIRC!'IT COURT BIOIITHrVvAVrFo' No question about it essential war We've all made important [ .
V. ptrxmi la you* commanlty when JOG feed Tb OF FLOII1 an

4 Jen; Monitor teguUrly. You will find fresh new viewpoint 1 ?NCERY.BRADFORD worker Number One is Mother. discovery in the last three years-
lv ("II .
trothful. accurMe.a COUNTY.;
undencandin8 of worlcl..ain . ,
sabla, j 'flewWtila tot semppls copies today. or 16nd tor one BOYD W.Plaintiff HOLLOWAY What a day . every day! All of that our nation is one big family I

month trial wbufipll0o, DRUItV et al.0RDEROKp the chores of peacetime and more whose every member is essential to 'f '

______ ___________ I R. .DDanti. LICATION -stretching ration points and still our country's will to win. There's '

n.-.terser. =r.aurwar Mdar I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR the well nourished a new understanding of the otherfellow's .. .. .
ekes keeping family
a.4 free 'r VIal ..sNeds.Nj OF FLORIDA TO .
.... .. 'De It---ad THE STATE
-- Y-are .......... a Q a.a a T** 4 nUaa.aka- Warw. I Drurr Reddish If llvln, and If problems. . a new appre- y t If
or "sky.xM3MMwusta for saw. 1 vcJ-...............!......1I dead hla unknown heirs at law. . .preparingbandages..salvaging elation of individual ability
I ... or -r nt.a., ...0 our j,if.
.. ----- budgeting
11I.-------- ---------- davfy. I.s and fats
cans .
----_._ _. --_.""" bt Frank. known a* H. paper, and resourcefulness. We've seen \t' .
.. --------------------------------- and If dead hU
---- ------- Frank U living, for War Bonds and holding !
---- t
.arn.V.: JiTu,. Wltko- with pride what our younger gen ..., 1 ,
ski It living and If dead hla unknown onto them. . tending her Victory eration can accomplish. . and ,

ornpt Service Careful Drivers or heir grantees at law Mary learatee.O. .Wlt-deviaees Garden and preserving its surplus we're determined to safeguard TJn women Amtritm ... .

.kov.kl kL! If. lIvlngTand or If Louis dead wit.her un. ; ending a long day by writing their right to opportunity in the prottd their nroer(4Ja6e1s t. ,1{

STARKE known heirs at law legatees. dcWltkorekl land they call Home. in th kitchen Inti :
TAXI SERVICEand vl.ella or Ifdead; JDOraIebuildingMaiI.4 (4wr6ea1 1
Reliving. and f .
heirs at law IpJrat..".. <.,.. Many hot* aIiK-- il4 1

devises his unknown. or grantees: Felix Witkovakl. that a flaa ., (.ad, goUatHudwriHT lIo r 'h,. '

If living at and law If dead legatees. his. B d. inaket thetr tbnft I.. j
heirs '
MACK'S TAXI SERVICEPhone d.Wltko""kl.unknown.I..... or If g IIvlnlr.r a nteea and; Florence It dead U s e r ,'lnN _lilt ttutea Cer"... ,. .{ !'

her unknown heirs at law Wltkov.kl.If legatees.. 'ee* ease ..*.".a.,*,...... r t ;
Ida '
grantees; '
devisees or dead her unknowngrantees e T I'
and It
150 1..lIat.... Mf41.G14 I ; at Lao slivings i '
: Wltko..kl. at ANHEUSER-BUSCH . SAINT LOUIS"i ;
Day Night and It dead his unknown heirs 1j 'tl..

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,,4, PAGE FOUR More Waves Needed
Especially For

Hospital CorpsAn
appeal for a i
r +1 2,000 more WAVE enlistmenp'
r I per month, half of whoa, ,
I gently requested for lei.,, 'ir,. With Ur
r the Navy Hospital Corps !hat!
Y7U H'a been Issued by the Navy Denarii
ment, the Navy Recruiting ::5el'\1c.'
r' reported today.
Since the number of .
war i r..
I unities Is steadily Increasing With
the acceleration of ,
/ In the Pacific, the demand
I WAVE hospital corpsmen ?

A /1 jTJ I mounted are required rapldjy aa,soon and 10,000 as POSllbl1 mon ha&&

f 1J r the 000 The Women's ia Increase also made Reserve In the necessary itrength"ol above 82.lit!F

cause the demands of the wart
the Pacific has depleted the nut
bers of personnel at shore ItA
tlons in this country at the OB,
when requirements on these iu
tlons are the heaviest of the tn,
WAVE candidates are
to be between the
bI' ages of 20.3(
with two years of high school 0.
business college If married,tin!
t must have no minor children,
In Florida they may apply,.
Navy Recruiting stations in dad
sonville, Tampa St Petersbi
Orlando, Tallahassee; Gainesvi&
West Palm Beach, Miami 1ar1!
anna, Pensacola.

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