Group 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 25, 1945
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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.Urn Isn't There Exactly Just A The Luxury Same.Liner. Anderson, But Its * "

Tile The this current effort is $307,000. The E Bond aneso that there is no alternative to un- j

S-fag Trip From Moluccas To Mindanao Japs Are Watching . quota is 264000. Toward this goal, over- conditional surrender."
all sales to date total $115,480.75-slightly ':

Philippine Inlands, unfortunates slept sitting up. Again "Under the circumstances, the Seventh better than one-third of the quota. The Yes, it's easy to see what a boost to

Aprlt.1945: lady luck was with me. Lt War Loan Drive, which is now under way, drive does not end until June 30, so thereis Japanese morale it would be if the Seventh I i,

the pacific to Buna.Gulnea Warren Reese (Montgomery, Ala.)) becomes more than a routine financial op of War Loan Drive should be the first to fail. ,
plenty time to make the and
tossed grade
on a converted of our QM Company was aboard eration. It is the first. index of the senti- How gleeful they would be, thinking that I
the coralBuna and smuggled a folding cot show the ever-watchful sons of Nippon that
I traversed camp ment of the American people toward war America has already slacked up, now that
ler to Sarml, New on for me In return for some we still mean business.Mr. .
aims now that the European branch of the Germany is defeated.
rom lux- favors I rendered him
:1 I
American recently.
L aboard an Axis has collapsed. If
trip found a space In the aisle of ennui, j
i had a pleasant large boredom Rukeyser continues: But somehow we can't believe the Japs
nero enough to set up the cot; stretched and inertia, the American people will have this satisfaction. We believe that l
&rmi to show a calm determination to "Among the top strategists of the
S my shelter-half overhead for see through
shade and the period of'sacrifice until the United States is a belief that the Japs will the people of Bradford County, as well as
olucca IslesAustnllan spent the trip In com bitter end .the entire Nation will this challenge ,
fort such a demonstration rest their hopes the that accept ., '
S At sleeping by night and resting must in the nature of on expectation and will to it that the of .
see Nippon
But my by day. For the duration of the things, impress the top Japanese leadership Americans may become bored with ware receive sons ,
earlier thiih voyage, though, I found myself ." * Thus, every American who buys a no consolation from results of the : 1'

from theca saddled with the title of "Nose- War Bond here and now not only serves Seventh War Loan Drive.
to the t brown Anderson." That is how Merryle Stanley Rukey- himself * *
; through personal thrift but We believe that the American people

pines! broke and ariy''s' During the days at sea we all ser, conservative writer of a syndicated this time the purchase has an additional well understand that not only the slant- !

cords all-time pulled together, and tempers newspaper column, sums up the significanceof significance. This consists of saying through eyed Japanese will be watching results of

he despite the congestion-remained the Seventh War Loan Drive deeds, not words, that Americans are the Seventh War Loan Drive. There are

?_transporI. jour- on a surprisingly even keel, % neither bored nor in a mood to quit, but, on lots of American boys in the Pacific who'

via US.T s : for which the Is ship more as than we I ran can Into nay Bradford. County's over-all quota in the contrary, are serving notice on the Jap- will bo watching also. .

Ing e L.S.T.ship l" a large, steel, with fifty some us negro rough and soldier weather.not one on argumentarose the We deck had * * * *

barge with
aroW-HMl and a lower; from this source duringthe p.S
was evidently upper designed to entire five days. '

equipment' not men. Staff Sergeant Licorgo "Dago"
18 II small superstructure. Glnestra (Wilson, Pa.) of theHeadquarters '' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

e rear for the ship1 op- Company, when he
IIg personnel.P needed a six-man K P.. guard,
r loading I the L.S.T. so or head detail, would walk up to ,
vehicles that she had a group of card shark privates I
assisted Y with off the beach, aboutus something like this: "You, you, Official County Publication Kalablished In 1877VOLUMK ,

were crowded onto the you you, you and you. What's
deck !la the your names? Good. Report to SIXTV-SKVEN STAKKE. FLORIDA I'll H)AY. MAY 25. 1940 NUMIIKIl TII1HTY-OMK
tck, (the lower .me ____un ____ __ __
and left to shift for our-, in 15 minutes at the bow to go

during the five-day voyage. on guard." .Sounds easy, doesn'tIt

kitchen was a little cubby ? But the looks he received and Gen. Lowry Sees Possibilities At BlandingFor
ft on the fan tall, and the the names with which he was

line, dressed down along the christened as he walked away
between the cargo shouldn't happen to Hitler.It .
r teles path and the rail, extendedy was certainly an inspiring Recreation Center After The War

around the ship's perim- sight to lean against the rail of
hour or so In '" -.
After an that uncomfortable gray ship and
ne, (unless you were near look out over the sea and sky at Army Announces Establishment of

out and In that case you the dozens of floating steel monsters "The Fleet's In" Atj'Good Ole Kingsley 1 Separation Center at CampTo
classed rightly or wrongly filled with our men and

''chow hound") you got fed. equipment--our freedom insur -- Discharge MenNo
Immediately got on thed ance-while on the outskirts of .:
of another such line to the convoy watch-dog destroyersand early end to the usefulness of Camp Blanding is

1" your way to the wash escorts cavort. Overhead fly S<* '. If1 ) < tl s seen by Brijr. Gen. Sumter Lowry of Jacksonville. He should
a scrub your mess kit.:, our vigilant planes, ready to -1<4 "If bo well-qualified to speak. ,
chow hound-that curious pounce upon any unwary Zero un- To General Lowry must go much of the credit for plug j

-ter-lias a tough existence wise enough to come within radar ...... ', ging the Kingsley Lake area as n National Guard camp to

rd an L.S.T.; before ho can .. succeed Camp Foster, and it was from this nucleus, of
rough once, eat, and startgh range.You may be sure that when t P s course, that the huge installation that Is now Camp Blan
the line for "seconds" a'S S t P ". blossomed when the
closed.he . Americana die now, they die S i ding war emergency arose.
window IH '
and not vainly on sinking } It. was announced last week that a Personnel Centerto
had to wait fighting
for L.S.T.EVERYTHING.we ,, whips. I've never nailed in I II I handle redeployment of Army enlisted men and officers,

crowded men slept on a convoy'yet that loot so much Including a Separation Center to handle discharge of all

under trucks, under gun as a single ship. I'm keepingmy I
ns, In the aisles, and a few. fingers crossed.ers'tn to leave service under the adjusted of the Charlotte N, C, Recrultin.r? I.i I.l 1 I.

service point system, District. ,. '
f will be'activated' at Blanding A* part of the Separation..Center -

haufgedtO St ut early in.June*.,,4.,*. ?,. ...ctJl: >>\..ot. the, '.r onnel Cen, ?
: y At a -rnetfhjf oT the""State' T.eIVuezaatlyes s pt Serfl the:'irnlted, ; i
States Employment e,'Selective I
Armory Hoard in Tallahassee Service the -Veterans' Ad-
[ Safety"of Themselves and Babiesstates. recently General Lowry stated ministration/-, Service Commission 1 n"
r, A ;yid that he had heard from WashIngton and American Red Cross

I w sources that mantling will discuss with the discharge

day morning an Army wifee would be used for hospital put problems relating to Job", draft

train In Starke, asked dl13 It Is even difficult to ob poses, as well as a Separation status, pensions, GI Bill of Rights
and walked two ,blocks ta.ln'a consistently adequate diet : r Center. Ha stated that the insurance, muaterlng-out pay, and
USO building. when living in these "hand tomouth" ,5, Blanding area . has great other matters.

n after arriving there shee settings, a phase that possibilities as a recreational cen Pointing out the complex nature -
violently ill of nausea. must never be neglected If mother tqSt ter after the war." General of operations of the Person

husband, tied down by a and child are to have every opportunity Lowry returned to the States several nel Center, Colonel Schllletter explained -
e'a schedule at Blanding, for survival. ... months ago after spending a that the Reception Station
not get in to meet her and I 1 Should Consider Baby 'y'""I"c' $!::,' "; year as Field Artillery commander would as Its name Indicates, receive -
id to These under t.rekad i !wakw Nh l! +++s I x. xr c with the Slat Division In the Florida men from ports of s
no place go. Mothers-to-be are living : P
cations, plus a long trip the most trying handicaps to be e....... m._, 'wr..mve.'-",, ,. .m,"-
hot-weather, war-time near their husbands, and while No doubt Sherman wa right, but some of theatlng l I... removed from Camp Uland In,'. rigorous Plans for the new Personnel adjusted service points or mili
conditions proved too muchr the spirit is commendable, Or. by the wonderful recrea-tlon! facilities of Klngnley Lake. Pictured above Center at niandlng Include con- tary-classification would receive
nervous\ system to absorb. Marsh deplored the fact that IIITC training program having a Rood time during their weekend> letoure hours with the tinuation of the activities at the furloughs home, and return to the ,

laps she could have stood such little consideration Is being are men accumulated of the 63rd Regiment Lt. Emmanuel Ehrenkranz,Athletic and Recreation Officer.. One of the 10 present Induction Station, which Reception Station for reassignment -
fleet" by handles all going into ser .
nconvenlences under normal shown for the babies to come. fun. AIM for fun-and health-Is the beach, with beach
Is for lifeguards, the rest for vice from Florida a Reception Those for discharge
Ions, but this young wifeen "I feel certain that these young rowboat what old ; eligible
These men are discovering
and flnhlngequipment.! I 2
forced to leave the train women haven't realized the terrible chairs, umbrellas- diving float pier Station, where men returning to would transfer over to the Sep"I
hmond, Va., because of a possibility of sacrificing both timers In tills part of Florida have ,known foryears: -Kingsley Lake Is one. of the most delight. the States under redeployment are ration Center. The Camp Blan 'i
rlage. After earth classified for separation or for ding Separation Center will handle
spending sev- their own lives and those of ful spots on
nys In a Richmond hospital babies by subjecting themselvesto furlough and reassignment; and a all Floridians forwarded for discharge '
Center to handle from the Reception Station '
tuned her I Separation
Journey. such strain. Particularly do I
Lt. Adkins Writes 'aratlon of Florldlans from service here. '
Stores ResumeSunday
Frequent Oecurencesh warn against following i
Instances as this are be- ports of embarkation. We can- Legion Sets Date From Bavarian Alps The Personnel Center will be While the goal of Separation I
Center operation complete action -
section of
In Camp
this located a
? afford the ,
newsworthy not becauseIr not consequence
rarity, but rather be- wastage of human life, which is Judge and Mrs A. 'z. Adkinsof Blanding Including the area of on each man In 48 hours, I;
>f their prevalence. A traintor Increasing dally." For DedicationAt Starke received a letter from OpeningPlaces the old Reception Center, where Colonel Schllletter pointed out ,
would Include
A. Z. Adklna. Jr., Florida selectees were that the process
recently remarked that During 1942, in the latest official their son, Lt. 90,000 processed $
medical examination, completion i
Induction In the 38
Ing like this happens on figures reported in a national this week, writ"W of business catering to 'after of
of records and making
meetingof ; to 1914. I pay
monthly months February
every run he makes. scale by the U. S. Public the regular ten on May 8 and items of Interest to the soldier prior final payments Including musterIng t I

f, Griffin, veteran Starkefor Health Service 7.26T maternal the local American Legion Post stating that his trade, may now remain open all In command of the Personnel out pay, turn-in of uniforms,
the Seaboard Air Line, deaths were reported with 17 per- :Tuesday night the members pledge I day Sunday.At Center will be an officer who has orientation on the rights and I

at least two births on cent of them caused by abortionor i ed themselves to 100 percent cooperation outfit had d just ers a meeting held last week established ed a record for speedy privileges\ of veteran, and completion '\ _ _
arriving here In the pastor miscarriage. During that perIod with the Chairman and received o r the City -Council rescinded Its action In building the Army's of administrative record

EO, and states that a in Florida 20 percent of the committee members of the 7th to that cease time firing.he former action of several weeks strength Lt. Col. William A. which may determine government I

had to be put off the trainn maternal deaths followed mIscar- War Loan Drive. was At fighting' In ago ordering all places of businessto Scblllettcr. recently commander action on !

here and Waldo, Just re- riages-three percent more than Reports were given 'by Robert Czech slo v a k I a remain cloned during the Sun- l I
because the national scale. Since Post Comm hours until 12:30:
of a miscarriage. newly elected day morning t'
Green, with the'80th
puzing serious problem, while the maternal mortality rate a at der. V. H. Carden, Post Division partof p. m. Infantry Day Event Tuesday Bible Hour t

"e Board of Health has Len --in the State has fallen each year, I Adjutant, and K. G.", Duncan as Patton' Army The closing status Is now the Set For June 15 Closed For SummerThe
appeal UL;young expect- the percentage of miscarriages 'I delegates to the American Legion and the last division same as It has been for most of
'there to give mOre thought which resulted in the death of the State Convention held last Thursday to stop the time since the establishmentof At Camp Blanding; Tuesday afternoon Bible \,
their own safety and the baby has been growing. I in Orlando. fighting.Lt. Camp Blanding. Several weeks Infantry Day Story Hour which has been a
An open-house
welfare of their unborn hold the official he is following a request made by
It was decided to Adkins stated that ago celebration will be held at Camp source of blessings) to children
n. Maternal, deaths, fol- Gasoline Ration dedication of the Bradford now in Austria, amid the Bavarian i a ministerial group, the Council Standing Friday, June IS. Dlan- as well as adults, of'the com
mlscarrlage, are at an Service Board< Sunday. Alps and be describes the decreed Sunday morning closing. '
e nigh and controlled To Be Increased County and the ding, largest of the Infantry Re- munity, has closed for the sum
can be 'June 3. The exact time scenery as exceedingly beautiful. placement Training Centers, will j
hrouKh ent. proper pre-natal Gasoline rations for A and B program will be announced later. He stated that they had just captured County Gets. $2,000 throw open Its gates to the public mer. Nearly 1,500 children, have
says Dr. Lucille J. motorists will be Increased next All relatives of men and womenIn an entire company of Germans Fund and Invite spectators to view attended since the opening In ; I
director Racing
lid of the Maternal month. the armed forces are urged to Intact and discovered, upon the Infantry 'on parade. November and many adults have

Health Bureau "A" rations will be upped :50 plan t 0 attend this dedication talking with them that it was a Bradford County last week received Major General E. W. Fates. also enjoyed the Illustrations. The I

Vf'1 l Strain TOO great percent on June 22 when A-16,' ceremony. company they had fought against $2,000 in State Rack Track IRTC Commander has made arrangements visual-aid method will be used in : t ;
Inlng the nation-wide In- valid. The value several months ago In Normandy. J. M. Invite '
become Comptroller to
in coupons Funds from personally the Vacation Bible School, soon i 't I
miscarriage I withstanding of each coupon will be increased Larry J. AndersLarry about :000 prominent Floridians
the Methodist
r. sIxth in the na- from four gallons to six gallons. Jerry At Park Cafe Lee.With the lifting of the Federal and has issued an open Invitationto to be by
Marsh declared that a "B" rations will be Increasedon J. Anders 5 month-old tracks the general public to participate Church. l.d l-
ed clo In. race ,
rUe u n vltable mo long June 11 by varying degrees son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Anders Jerry Chrlstodoulou. formerly regulation a in the tribute to the Much credit for the success of !
If service mothers-to-be In- throughout the country. The ; died Monday and services were associated with Nick Alexander at several dog tracks are again operating the school Is given to those who j" ,

II subjecting themselves to ceiling allotment In the East will : held at the graveside Tuesday Jerry's Place, baa bought an interest and the Comptroller states Spectacular Infantry weapons, assisted, Mrs. W. J. Churthwell: :,

Ylica.1 strain of following be upped 110 percent-from 325 with DeWitt C. Jones In charge of in the Park Cafe and will that It is possible that the entire Including the bazooka, flame Mr. Lex Green pianist; Mrs. "

hj""and The from camp to miles to 6SO miles per month. arrangements. be located there after the first amount guaranteed to countl$33OOOOOmay brewer and grenade launcher!Titus Olson Miss Amy Coburn, s
mental and B of June. Mr. Chrlstodoulou said and Miss Kate Struth r
strain U dam- Persons holding both A Surviving beside his parents are be available from will be demo nitrated assistants; :
the enOUgh. but when coupled cards will automatically get the two brothers, Lamar and Tyrone that he appreciated the business tuesU and a mass jump will be secretary-treasurer. t
the iaUl of Present-day Increased A allowance, but win Anders and two sisters Delores given him before and will be glad this source. In the event racing nade by paratroops of the Air odd are need of to welcome his friends in his new taxes fall short of this sum thenit the first la' '
*" too much. still have to prove the and Joyce Anders. borne Infantry. Ceremonies will to Tuesday September r v
d tag shortage In mili- the Increased B quota. location. will be made up on June 30th be climaxed by a formal parade when the fib]. Story 4 1
defense centers t. sufto a I :Miss Patsy Edmondson was from the General Fund of the of several thousand Blanding- Hour will be resumed for the 1 I
play &n Important ad- Mica Haven Crosby made In Gainesville Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J.'A. Tucker spent rained troops. school term.
role lit In the condition of a business. trip to Palatka Wednes shopping. Wednesday la Jacksonville. State. 1I',I'I'f.ST '

woman -Dr. Marsh day.


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6 . . 5..5Theressa Mrs.. A. H. Kelsey. SINGING CONVENTION""';

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I' week Miss for Irene a visit Cochrane with relatives left last In I The Bradford County 8in

fl1@:1D Clncinattl. Ohio. Convention will meet
t SUnday
: @ ,
? : 27 with the Boatdraln +J
rJJ Ily MIIII Ida Ilagan Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Mattie
Established 1871 . Church. BaPIt!
: . . . . . visiting in Starke Sat- Everyone ls
E. L. Blatlhrw Editor and Owner to Sibley were meet about 11 a. m, IJIVi\e4, \ It
returned wand
cfrGI@ /0 bars. H. Moorer has urday afternoon.S. rh. chultI
to bring their !
home In Miami after spending lunch
PubtlshM Weekly" on Frblayit and Entered an Sw.ond Clare Matter cl .'t')1A'D several days with her sister, Mrs.E. Irvin. E., were Triest business and sons visitors, Leon In main all day. and J't.'

at the Tout. Office at Starke, Florida_ I S. Sibley and family FIRST
Saturday.We CnUlSTI.\N
1r r Miami spent CUliij(;
., Sullivan of
THE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE ,:, J.L.HARRELL-=== = l his parents, are glad, to hear that Mrs.: Corner Call and Christina
Florida Legislature O 'by -- the week-end with !I
,; L. Sullivan is Improving and Bev. W. G. Smedl..y. PasWa
recommendation and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan !
;% Leads the U'aJlolI. Change upon Mr. of Miami Is has returned home from the, hos- Services as follows
of United i AND THE LAWTEY NEWSAs Mrs. Pauline Sears Bible School
"" In Two-Thirds Rule time at the home pital In Raiford. each SUnday
a't' Claude leave In his pocketbook, spending some Jack Jarrell and 10 a.. m.Preaching. II
States Senator 21-day and Mrs.
you all know. I never could a of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Grlffis Mr.
n I Pepper, has taken an his- be real serious about anything of the majority of which will .be and J. J, Zeigler. daughters, Jackie and Beverly, of and communion fc.
than being hung spent with hla parents Mr. and of San Diego, Jacksonville were week-end guestsof vices at 11 a. m. and s-oo:
War III. lens importance S 2-c Joe Kelsey nt
toric step something to help prevent J. 1. Harrell. Jarrell's parents Mr. and Prayer meeting ttL
: ; and I suspect, even then, I'd stick! Mrs. Calif., Is spending: a 19-day fur- Mrs. each A resolution passed last week by the Legislature my tongue out at the hangman The Shuford brothers, John and lough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs W. W. Packham. day at 8:00: p. m.

r made Florida the first state in the Union to set Just as John L. Lewla will whenhe's George got dirt on their weeks pants --.

w in motion the machinery to change the Constitution of have hung.the same John Initials L>. and J. L.myself-th while ago and planting now they're limes several getting mudIn

the United States so that treaties may be made by J. Stands for John and Joe, respectively the face when they try to sell ...toIf ,. 'i" r ..
agreement of both Houses of Congress rather than by and the L. stands foLiar em. Guess the OPA must have .;'t I
In both cases. The only difference gone fishing, or something,
two-thirds of the Senate. Is that I inherited my L green corn is selling at 15c a

}, In advocating this forward step, Senator Pepper from my Daddy, while John took dozen, when it will sell. If the

A gave the following clarifying discussion of the issues his by force. price keeps going down maybe my 1
: friend, Jim Moore, will give me
Involved Now for the main-line news, I
: he's
,1' that mess of Golden #
vl with switches at both ends and -
At present the House of Representatives, the body been promising me all this time.
pass-tracks in the middle. Call in
,C"; in the Congress: closest: to the people, is necessary to a the flagman, Mr. Editor, and let' Jacksonville Miss Eunice Wilkerson, was visitingher from .... .

4 declaration ,of war. But it has no part in making' a go.Miss parents, Mr.way and Mrs. Ben- t
in joining an international organization Mary Lucile Darly, who
treaty of peace or our nett Wilkerson, Sunday.
was quite sick last week, is up
; + to keep the peace. Only the Senate has arty- and about again. Glad to see you Mrs. B. D. Peddy of Key West

,1 i thins to say about that. .looking so well, Mary Cell. and her raster Mrs. R. F. :Mathiu their
to Mrs. Rowe, a Camp Blanding) of Lakeland are visiting
But even the Senate cannot agree to a treaty or J. A. Howe
Mr. and Mrs.
soldier's wife, la out again and parents
the United Nations unless two- state .,;c.
fi any-organization like seems to be as well and hearty Levy Starling from down
f 4 thirds of the members: present when such a matter i is and good-looking as usual. was shaking hands with old ./

_ considered agree to the proposal. That provision defeated Mrs. Silas Futch is well on. the friends here Saturday. oW i
road to recovery, but Mrs. Taylornee Miss Barbara Moore Is visitingher
contributed to the
of Nations and
the League
( Inez Cutshaw) Is still on grandparents. Rev. and Mrs.
,' present awful war. For' there is no doubt that a majority the sick list.I D. E. Boyer, at Tampa this week. <4" ,

of the Senate and the House of Representatives hoar that John P. Wyrick is Mrs. Maura (nee Rena Mae Cut- ,
seriously sick and in the hospital shaw) and little son Johnnie and ',-' __
to the League of Nations as recommended -
would have' agreed Cut-
at Gainesville. Mrs. Brooks (nee _
i ,' ,4 by President Wilson if they had had the power We trust that each of the above shaw) and little daughter Ann are j

to do so.e will be up and about again soon spending an ext ended vacation -
s Uncle Joe has been on the puny with Rev. and Mrs G. E. Cut-
That means that after the United Nations organization '
list himself for a couple of months shaw at the Baptist parsonage -
k j is set up! at San Francisco by representatives and Is liable to be there much Rena Mae and Christine have A

r i1F t of all the United Nations a third plus one, of the longer if the fried chicken and his homes In Greenville, Tenn., and a
A third better half's petting and pamper- husband each In our armed forces "
:, Senate can keep us out of that organization. hold
ing out.
'. 9 of the Senate could keep out in spite of the over yonder.
r S + plus one, us U. S. Navy personnel are known The former Miss Louise Thede
i 1} people overwhelmingly favoring our getting in and as swimmers and the Coast Guardas and her husband (name forgottenat ,.,

helping to keep world peace. This third plus one, of waders. Paul Bennett wadedIn present) are visiting Louise's "
could out of the United Nations in the other day with a fishingline uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs.
the Senate keep us tied to his shirt button and -

t u spite of an' many as sixty-three of the members of the an honorable discharge In the of- again Rudolph, Louise Thede., and Glad to meet to see your you

1 Senate favoring our taking an honorable part in that fing. Happy fishing Paul. Glad' husband. wishes horses.
to see you around town, again. were
jn n 'effort to prevent war. Clyde Rowe writes from the Even if you can't find a frylng- .
size chicken nourish the body
The time has come, therefore, to modernize our deep-water war zone that he's on to
dinner there Is
for Sunday no
the up and up. However, he
peace.making and peace-keeping machinery. didn't say whether he had divedin need to go without spiritual nour- *' ; : : beggars would ride" goes the old pocketful of good hard cash;
,. i'' Both Houses of Congress represent the people; or was just treadingwater.. Ishment. We nave two good

N both Houses declare war; both (Houses have to pass Clyde won't take a dare and he'll churches operating in Lawtey and rhyme. Put every single cent you can spare into

legislation which is usually necessary to carry out any try anything once just to see howit the there money isn't any you government put in the tax collection on- Which is just another way of pointing War Bonds' now. Hang on to those War

treaty: we make; both Houses have to make any appropriations tastes.Louie Lee Wainwright, ARM plate. Drop around and help out that wishing, by itself, isn't a very IeBonds.. Let them bring you back $4 for
fill a next Sunday. liable way to get what you want. every $3 you put in.
up pew
4 necessary to carry out any treaty. Both 3-c, swam in Saturday night from

Houses, therefore, should speak for the people in making Banana In his River hands.with Fonzo a two-day Grlffla Worthington Grace M. E., pastor.Church, Rev.Sunday C. M. You're going to want a lot of things a There's no way to equal that'process forgetting

i agreements with other nations, not just twothirdsof pass can't swim and his legs are too school 10 a. m.; Worship Service few years from now. And when it comes to. what you want a few years from

the Senate whose members are not answerable to long to wade, therefore he's at 11 a. m. and 8:15: : p. m. Everyone 'getting them,nobody so far baa discovered.. How-and for getting, what:,:.waVoft, wantmost '

f R the people except every aix years. home and he and his two little welcome. anything more useful than 'a nice, big of all today: VICTORY!

And both Houses of Congress should act in makIng sons Donald and Gene, have gone Lawtey Missionary Baptist
,\ P : Into the white rabbit raising business Church, Rev. G. E Cutshaw, pas-
t treaties as they act in declaring war or in passing up to their ears. Pretty good tor. Sunday School 10 a. m.; Keep Faith with our Fighters

p all legislation, by a majority vote in each House. This idea, what with frying chicken Church services 11 a. m. and 8 .
"' getting scarcer every day.K. p. m. Prayer meeting each Wed-
Then other "little of wilful "
is democracy. no group B. Harrell, AMMH 1-c, float- nesday 8 p. m. A cordial welcome War Bonds for Keeps
;', ;::, men" can throw away another peace as they did after ed in from Chicago last week with for'all.Cockren Buy

;tir the last war. r

J f. The Florida resolution is in the exact language of . . . . . . ,' Rev. and Mrs O. J. '

: ''y the resolution passed' by the House in Washington, of Pine Level: Raulerson and Mr. and Mra. Roy THE WONDER GIFT SHOPMrs.

Austin were dinner guests Sunday
which Chairman-llatton Sumners of Texas of the House
rd 4 fly M.... U. M. McRae of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Stuckey.
Judiciary Committee is author.It . . . . . . .
9 provides: Everyone remember all church Bessie Davis, Owner

Church services at Pine Level services and attend them.
S. l' "Hereafter the President may make treaties by
4r were well attended Sunday morn-
'.. and with the advice and consent of both Houses Ing and evening.

of Congress." Mr. and Mrs. A. P.. Hall and

"' The House Resolution of Mr. children of Jacksonville spent the
Sumners cannot be Peanuts 'n 'n Have Coke
week-end with relatives here and popcorn a
. .
,v w submitted to the states by the Congress without the were dinner guests Sunday of Mr.

concurrence of the Senate by a two-thirds vote, and I and Mrs. Wesley McRae.
doubt if the Senate will, of Its own accord, give up Its Mr and Mrs. Ruaael Carter and

exclusive power to ratify treaties. daughter of Hellbronn Springswere
visiting Mr. and :Mrs. H.
,; , Hence the only way we can hope to strike down M. McRae Thursday afternoon.Cpl. .

the two-thirds rule of the 'Senate is for thirty-two and Mrs Ronald Wilson

1 ; states to ask Congress to call a convention for proposIng and niece, Miss Eleanor Jones,
were dinner guests at Camp Blan-
ti this amendment to permit both (Houses of the Con- ding Sunday

gress to ratify treaties. Rev. and Mrs. Hall attendedthe

Florida has shown the way and now if thirty-one service at Bostwick Monday

other states will follow her lead we can enable our evening, and Rev. Hall preachedthe
Baccalaureate Sermon at
government to keep faith with our honored dead and to Bostwick school. r/

help save the peace for which they gave "the last full Mrs. Lilian McRae and daughter
measure of devotion." Mrs. Clyde Johnson of Gainesvillewere

: All honor to the vision of the Florida Legislature. Thursday visiting afternoon.Mrs. H. M. McRae

i' The nation will expect other legislatures, most of which We are very sorry to hear of

f r are meeting this year, to follow Florida. the Illness of Miss Luclle Ward,
ti r.p who was carried to the HospitalIn
; 1' (Advertisement) Jacksonville Monday.

wmi I Mrs Clarence Andrew of
1\ Starke was visiting her'' later,
From where I
'< sit..4 Mrs. A R. McRae one day last '
week.J. J
...,,', R. Hall, Sr., of Jacksonville
Is pending a few days with Mr.
Dan Cui Gets His ft " .
pin '"
and Mrs B. M. McRae. , -

1'c' 4a Remember Sunday morning and I .rt"
; Second Wind evening services at Pine Level ,' "
II {,
Church with Sunday School before ,/! '

lr" the morning church hour. .' I" .

t y1. t j Dan Culptn got his plowing done was don. lIe stopped to rest- . . . . . .1. .
in record time this He and he his
year. was never got second

sitting on his porch, enjoying a wind." Woodlawn . field day for fun under the
Big Top
well-deserved glass of beer, From where I alt. there's a
r fir''J 'a fi while Bob Wlrts, his neighbor, moral there for all of .... We're By Mm. Myrle lUfuse ,
"+ still had over an acre to go. been working hard to win this . . . . . . Everybody loves a circus. Everybody comes for fun. From big city to small t

;, 'y It horned Bob up, seeing Dan war. A little rent may look; aw There will be service In honorof town it's a red letter day-a day when everyone wears a smile and joins In I /
relaxed while be worked. So fully I I
tempting. Bat by keeping the
men and women In the
,rx'+y + ..'" stop and have a glass of going, by never letting up, we armed forces Sunday at the Wood- with friendly good nature and neighborliness. Haft a Cole are words heard r ;
; cider-and make out that be wan ran count on Retting our 8econd lawn Baptist Church all around for the
,. at 11 a. m. circus is the time to relax and enjoy yourself. And '
fl la no hurry anyway. wind that will overcome weariness Rev. and Mrs. E. D. Prevattand nothing

"And that was the trouble and see us through to Vic grandchildren visited Mrs. was ever Invented to help you do just that better than ice-cold Coca-Cola.

r 'Dan explained to me. "I kept on tory.I Rachel Browning Saturday night Enjoy
1 going till I got my second wind; 17 and Sunday.Mr. now. j"-Coca-Cola

i 4P Et laid saved my rest until the job OlfjilCa.u( and Mrs. Roy Austin were iOTTltO UNDIt AUTHOIITV I Yon naturally beer Coca'Cols
week-end guests of Rev. and Mrs. Of THI COCA-COtA COMPANY IY \called by Its friendly: abbnvuttioa
O. J. Raulerson. STARKE "Cob'.Botla month*quality pro*
I'q .No 118 of a Strict Copyright 1U5.! Viutvl SbUei Bnutn fMutdjrtm Rev. E. M. Teter, Rev. Preston COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. IIchfTheCocColaCoaaP"1..

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. . . . :Blrdsong week-end as visitors of Mr. and Had a letter from Joyce Wilkinson Ready Acceptance of Naive Filipino Girl tion. A drive down any road or names and part of the languageare :
Mrs. Schelley "Rosier highway will take you by a schoolhouse I I Spanish and sont of the food!
IState andof Mr. !! saying she was promoted to Puts Brash G.I.
Farm A
Strictly LimbBy
and 'Mrs. Gurney on ', or what is left of one. I
Crews. Mta. the 7th grade. The 9th grade and odds and endsof, apparel are ;,

D1 1'Irs. BY. . . . Armstrong Is the mother of Miss graduates were Betty Carter Pfc William: Duncan laundry work and he asked one The ruddy brown color] and I oriental; but their Christianity
. . ;Jackie .Armstrong. Lois Oeteen. Edwin Knight Hazel I I If she would like to marry and langorous movements of the native -I and manners are surprisingly

J R. Kite entered Mosley and Louise Padgett. I Where we are now. quite a few I go back to the States with him. go with the tropics. Their American.

fir a' guests M on- FOOD and HOME Luella Austin writes that strawberries country people visit our area Without batting an eye she replied .
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overnIght - - - - - - - - - - - - -
as this week, Mr. and Mr. NOTES are gone. Sadie Carter every day. They do not seem to I "Yesga. I would like that. I Il

r ofsce Fraser of Daytona Beach. had a tooth pulled. They allseed live close by, but are over beyondthe ( I The States are a very nice place!"

and Mr\ J. A. Bouvier SUGAR-SAVING REMINDERS: me their love. After a" yearIn woods, somewhere. I This was accompanied by pools l !
air visit. the service of laughter!" and the surprised soldier -
Saturday to one! is no longera
'to Miami Since the I
new sugar coupon- Every morning Filipino girls
nt t "rookie" but was left strictly on a limb.
families. f
their a letter meansso
sons and Stamp 36, Book 4-will have to saunter into our tent barefooted ,
Ir q
8Pt and Mr8' Martin Griner last 4 months instead of 3, care- much, to take the bitternessout and say, "Hal-lo". with music in In answer to a question that ;
and Lake ButewItAMr. of lonely hours. might be asked in the U. S., there
nna" Ga., ful spending of the :5-pound-per- their voices i or "Good Morn-
and Mrs. M. E. person ration will be necessary I send regards to the Brlnsons neeng." Then usually follows, : is little dating of Filipino girls, at / -

finer Saturday and Sunday. to stave off scraping the bottomof to Dr. Abrams Mr. C. B, Bowles. "Dirty clause, slrrr?" or "Closse least around here; one perfectly

ira J. H. Rye of A the family guitar bowl before Mr. and Mrs. Charley. Johns, Mr. for laun-dry slrrr?': Clothes are good reasoa being that the men
.1 i i her son Corp. brew Rye September first. and Mrs. Buddlngton and to allI brought back spolesg and ironed; are seldom off duty. Some CIa, J QI

I ted' Mr. and lira. Home economists of the know and love. charges-a peso and a centavo 'I think attend the native dances .
during the past week. USDA Your teacher and WAC, extra if they furnish (pronounced tlahnce in Filipino- ,
offer the the soap.
;agR Is the paternal grand- following reminders: Lura. English) and trip the "light fan ,
The little
1. In girls or ladles
summer especially serve young tastic", carefully avoiding theirpartner's !
tier, of Mrs. Bugger. fresh fruits always show within
liberally in place of up a day
In Jack- SKLECTKKS: : bare feet, but none of
R. H- Tyson was desserts that after we move in. !
Irs. call for A They are ex-
until Sat- sugar. my outfit can get' away from our f
,vUle from Thursday Mr. ands fruit salad topped by a dressing The following Bradford County cellent laundresses and will also area so I've yet to see a local
|. the guest of mixed with do our tailoring, if the
lay as fruit ;Juice does double we supply
and of friends. registrants were accepted for service shin-dig or hear their music
s,, Edgar Tyson duty as a refreshing salad and thread. j
Land and Miss Myra in the armed forces during (mandolin and guitar) :
[ire Roy dessert! The country people do not speak I
returned to their home InLa the month of April: English Like the Chinese, Filipinos are You Safeguard ttoth Your Appearance and ,
2. Save from as readily as the town
syrup canned fruitto
fond of rice.
Sunday after having vlsitI sweeten other fruit Garrett Paul Raymond, Donald people, I think. They further differ very It occupies as Your Clothe* When You Mend Then to l),, '
sauces, or 't
Land since important a place in their diet asbread
jlr. and Mrs. E. G. beverages. Foy McRae, Louis Freeman Grlf In that they do not wear For I'lCNtiilng. Our Method Restores Color ,
does In do not
,'sday, fie, Earl Lee Cooper, Walter Del- shoes. In town women wear ours. They and Life to FnbHcn Lengthens the
3. Be sure all sugar Is com- look especially orientnJ.! In pictures -
arolyn Bradley visited Jack- ane Hutchison, James Irving Bax- wooden slops or sandals. Men and IJfo of The torment.
pletely dissolved, to do, but
get its full they perhaps you
Svllle relatives from Wednesday ter, Robert Harry Lappe, Thomas( boys 'are often! barefooted.The s
sweetness. A sugar syrup goes must see them to appreciate
ill Luke Drawdy, John' Gerov the-m'l
Saturday. farther than plain sugar in native girls are not at all The face of a Chinese often
aster Sgt. and Mrs. W. O. The following were accepted for if a soldier should be so brash as
sweetening iced tea or fruit punch.To expressionless, or rather in repose -
rrell and their son. Michael prepare sugar syrup, heat service during the month of May: to take a girl by the arm, she I it is ;just the opposite with

ford came Saturday to visit equal parts sugar and water until ; White will draw away, a bit resentful, the Filipino, whose emotions and ROUT.. .315
I and Mrs. J. 'Williams. Sgt. sugar is completely dissolved. Eddie Taylor Jackson, Harold feelings are very evident although Wleth

Mrs. Harrell were en route Keep left-over syrup tightly cov- Rafuse, Truble Nathaniel Rowe. pinos. they never lone their natural grace GKEEN, s Temple r'

In White Springs to Camp ered in the refrigerator. Corn Colored One of our boys did become involved and appeal. That's what makes Owner Ave. '

'by Miss., and Michael reLied syrup may also be used to sweeten Cecil Alexander Ellis, Charlie in a brief bit of reparteehe them Interesting.!

here for a two"" weeks'with summer drinks. Try some Iced Franklin, Willard Kitties, Moses didn't expect. Several Filipino Everyone, whether resident of

y his Velatives. beverages without sugar. Williams Gary Hampton. girls!: were in our tent soliciting town or country, shows his educa .. .. .. , ,.. .. II
a short stay with Mr
W. Woodward, Mrs.d 4. Cook cereals with prunes,
ft Mrs. raisins, or dates and serve with- .,. . ..
Gale and daughter, Sharon, -N +YM'. .N.A\Y DAWMNYWwElM',v,, Y" -- 't.F '
Burned to their home In Palatka out sugar. , ," "," } ," -: "!/ ., "> ,,,'*;!< ". I
ft. Use fewer .
or no frostings on ,
aday ,. .... )'I''
cakes. Don't frost the sides *" \ "
lr. and Mrs. M. E., Griner had ',;\,; '.'.:0''t .
6. Serve
last week-end, Mr sweet yeast breads, .F ', ," 11i .
theIr guests "h"
, >
such as cinnamon rolls, and sweet ,.,. ,,,,!,,
Mrs W. M. Reinau of Apopka
3 Miss Faye Reinau of Orlando: quick breads occasionally, insteadof r I ;' ;" " .
jcompanying Mr. and Mrs. sugar-consuming cakes: and SHE'TH .'S', ,
inau also was their daughter- pies. 1i ", : ." ',> 1'

7. Make desserts that use hon- \.1' .
law, Mrs. Martin Reinau, who M _
ey,' molasses, sorghum, corn or > '
her home In ,
returning to < :; '
other when these are available -
mfleld, La. syrups t:1: : '
Itrs. Jim. Ritch of Camp BlanK : .,
8. Stretch sugar in baked goods b '
with her ;. REEYEARS
Sunday parIs ';
with honey, molasses, corn or ,' .. '
Mr. and Mrs. J. ,H. Hund- "' > '.( / :i1 i\\" _
other syrups when these are a- ,
lie W.M.U. of Raiford Baptist vailable. Honey may replace 4 r 1\:\."' ';, ., :" ,' "

sugar cup for cup, but use half , I
lurch met with Mrs. J. M. }
thequantity of other liquid called -
idley Monday afternoon. ''
tr. and Mrs, William Floyd ands for in the original recipe [ \ ,$ :, :
and keep baking temperature moderate k
Dill and Keith, of Gaines- : % ; ,
" were Sunday visitors of Mr. Corn, cane or maple syrups vi, : ., _
can replace measure for ;
Mrs. J. W. Woodward. sugar ;' p.; .tl ,

Irs Bryan. Whitfield spent last measure.third. Reduce liquid by one- : 31' :Ji '
k-end with Mr. and Mrs. C. S. N F 'i i' .':
bashful and laugh and chatter a- ,, .'
' '
health In Jacksonville.. .y. >
ifter visiting his brother-in-law mong themselves naturally enoughIn ka a% f W',. Q L'D' t t "E'R' ::1' f
the of G. I. Joe. But S"t : ,
sister, Mr. and Mrs., R, H. :
> ,Leonard :,> ; 'i" ;
;Mary .. (\
for several days:/,,J. M. Ixwry .. : dweT1Zz ,, ai"
Burned to"hls'hoi Emergency istant. df -.:. t'bW* tw c 6: .A- '> )
e1''in"WmSate I Home Demo. Work. ?-*>;:1' "',' J' .. ito ."' ... '
)c., Monday. Additional Sun- '.:':-*> ': ... ..: I
,, .
$: ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Coxe . . >ti i> ''f,: :,>" ",
. . :)"1'' : >, } 'n
Mr, Lowry's son and daugh- ,N 0.W" : 1'. ,, r-t'; .K ;; ';; .

In-Jaw, Pvt and Mrs. Tom Clay Hill ,., .,..j < '; t'1''f/; ',;,.

ry of Camp Blanding. .; :'f.,,' .) " ', .. '.' :.' ;",: ,'"f'!( ; ;
ests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. <
By Pvt. Lura Burgess '
< ;
; '
neon during the past week :' : -{"
Field Ala. ,
f'o Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pendle- . .Maxwell. . . ,t t . c r ''t9 L.! 3' ....., ,. ,.grnwl.q.ln.,.,n"'h" .....1............... '... s...
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] and Mrs. Bin Vinson of Taltae r'o . ,A .jA v "" .....
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rob- I Tonight I am alone In the bar- 11t5'C : A ... 11" ... ,
!s and :Mrs. Robert Robinson racks. I can hear a loud speaker P k h1 4 0I
i children Rosemary, and Rob- playing sacred music. It bringsa

i Jr., of Jacksonville. great into my soul. Thingsare .: : :
Jane Richarde has been In happening so fast here. A lot I 7}' ;: i:.a .;:1:; -Hut Her Daddy's Still in the 1

psonville since Monday as the of girls and GIs going overseas.I i
",t of her grandparents, Mr. am In the medics now. That is ,,. Fight and the War Bonds You

I Mrs. J. H. Ritch. where I seem to be needed most.I t I

[ re. E. S. Matthews and Mrs. help take care of bed fast pa- Bought Back in the Days of I :
Matthews and little daugh- tients. Although I am tired at the 1

Mary Agnes and Ann of end of the day, I have never been
1 Pearl Harbor Still Needed [
ke were luncheon guests of sorry I Joined. arc

| and Mrs. H. M. Richarde andA. This morning I went to townto ( _

M. Rich arde Thursday of church. I never miss a Sunday. in the Fight, Too for Victory! 1, '
i week My children from Clay Hill

Inner. guests of ,Mr. and Mrs. school write me regularly. Miss .....,-
Davis at noon Sunday were Colea Padgett is how married to

I and Mrs. Joe Allen of Waldo.: Art Grlffis. She was one of my TORY-AND FOR YOU.
this touching picture of a little
Irs. W, L. Armstrong, Mrs. teachers. God bless them. Miss REMEMBER

lie Allread and Mrs. Arno Eunice is married too. I wish II' girl's farewell to her \var-bouml daddy? For just as that ]little girl ]has grown, so. have .

Appearing shortly after Pearl Harbor, it touched the War Bonds you ]bought three years ago. Tho I !

the hearts of millions of Americans and helped $100 Bond you paid $75 for then is already It Itto

CONWAY'S ]launch the greatest voluntary savings program worth more than you paid-and how swiftly the j

in all history. time has passed! In an .

PHONE 147 RING 2 FOR SERVICE That girl is three years older today. In that otlleryearitwillbewortll 1

Washing time, our enemies have been pushed steadily $80-at maturity, $100.

Polishing back toward their own frontiers . thanks in no Here's money you'll need

v Oil Changing small measure to the overwhelming !flood!. of tanks, later-for education, re Your ;: I

-a' Greasing ships, planes and guns that more than 85 million pairs, replacements, re WAR BOND V ( f \ t, n

.. Waxing Americans have poured into the fight through tirement-just .as your is the best H .,

Tire Repairs, investment ;iin '
: their*purchases of War Bonds. country needs i it today ,
: the \vorlcl n '

LECTRIC ARC WELDIN.G But' her daddy is still at war-the fight goes , ,

on-the money you've put into Honda is still So let this picture remind ,

AMOCO ONE HOUR needed just as it was after Pearl Harbor. KEPT you 110 L D'. ", 1



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Honor, Home Girls] Ladies AuxiliaryMet Members Attend very the annual glamorous Third"sweater House fun girl"frolic at after yard will a few seem months like ehJ1i1';
II t "JI1 SOCIETY and At State CollegeSenator TuesdayAt Hospital] Council held in the :Legislature last week farm operation , of
. This is the mock session staged Information: The reae0a
and Mrs. Charley E. the social meeting of the Mrs. T. B. Harding, Mrs. L. A by the attaches, you know and Monteith always retUsea
i y Fellowship Groups I Van Eppes-Packham Johns entertained at the White Indies Auxiliary of the Presby- Davis, Mrs. Barbara Clute and seems they decreed that the brand of bottled beverage,to:
I Kitchen In Tallahassee, Wednes- terian Church this week, Mrs. Mrs. W. R., Morse represented House members should all "dress her granddad has Ie
Enjoy Social] day night, May 18, in honor of E. M, Davis was in charge of the Bradford County last Thursday, up" and play the part of at- a diamond ring if she
At L. F. Smith Home I 1 the Florida State Women's College program and had for her subject, May 17, when members of the taches . Bet It's better thana without one! , Can't .
I gIrls from Bradford and "Peace, and how to contribute to Camp and Hospital Council of the three-ring circus . Don't you? I Warn her much Do III!
it I The home of :Mr. and Mrs. I Union Counties. peace". American Red Cross attended a . Hear Joe Montelth is get- !_; you?

Leonard F. Smith was the scene Present were Misses Eva Fay After the scripture reading, sentence quarterly meeting at Camp Blan- ting a big kick out of milking I And that, k of a, happy gathering when Billy were given and ding. The women went on a tour cows and feeding the chickens up to wind up the little *"
Gainey and Phyllis llazen, Brook- prayers black
'ai Smith and Janet Anderson entertained er: Miss Mildred Williams, Ral- Mrs. W. W Illffe gave an interesting of the anti-tank artillery firing on that Pennsylvania farm where for this time . So ka b
Pr+ their Intermediate Fellow- asked that the range and were served lunch in he's spending the summer . See you In the next t'Gru.
talk and
Ii: icrd; Miss Roberta Whit i field,
Senior Fellowship different halls, where they the
ship Group and the State Farm; Miss Jane Northern, members celebrate V-E Day by mess Writes home that mowing
Group of the Methodist had a chance to talk with the
%! Sarasota; Miss Ernestine Morris, giving more and praying more in
a church, on Thursday evening of conditions of trainees
Hampton; Miss Marjorie Cochran, 1945. She described
'y last week, Miami; Misses Clarice Thomas, the schools in Cuba and also the
Various outdoor games were Virginia Sewell, Gayle Sewell, work carried on by the Presbyat Mrs. C. J. Carter has returned
n ?' played. Hamburgers were cooked Marjorie Davis, Ida Lou Davis, I terlan hospital In Puerto Rico from a business trip to New York n

Mira on the outdoor fireplace, and the Catherine Nollman, Shirley Col- Mrs. O. E. Stansbury told ot City and spent Tuesday in Jacksonville -

r'i f menu consisted' hamburger, ley and Mrs. Thelma Oiffenbaugh, the soldiers being entertained In .
,1 baked beans, cole slaw, Coca-Cola, Starke; Mrs. R. J. Davis, Starke; China. She stated that there Is Mrs. N. Sternberg returned Sat- SUN. MON. May 27 28
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kite, Miami, no Presbyterian Church la. China urday from a week's visit with
and Mrs. Smith's special homemade and Mi Stelgel of Jacksonville. the Church of Christ. Ma- .: Dealt
Creole cake (otherwise --only her son and daughter-in-law. f 'a i* long as your
The chairman, Mrs. Jeanette C. jor and Mrs., Sam Sternberg in
devil's food cake.) :
known as throbs to the-magic
Wynn-Clark Young, reported that $25 had Albany, Ga.
n hosts Enjoying were: Illldretl the evening Johnson with, Shar the I been raised to buy a new pulpit Mrs. L. L. Deloach returned t I spell of f romance #' ,
The Presbyterian Church was Bible. Thursday after spending three + .
Marcella the scene of a quie( wedding on Following the program, Mrs weeks in Miami. She is to be I, long as yourpulse '
Mr and Mrs W. W, Packham Sunday May 20, when Mrs. Lu- W. J. Chandler served her guests School '
JAM Edith Manning, Peggy Dale, Bobby principal at Vanderbilt J I to the excitement
Garnlta ]ludo, Mrs. announce the marriage of their cina Mildred Clark and Carl Char- delicious Ice cream with straw next term. : founds .' ., :
( +k Wetherington youngest daughter, Myrtice Hazel, les Wynn of Hampton were united berries and cake. Favors were ofmtrlgue : ', ,
Church- ,
W. H. Baggelt. Mrs J. Mrs R. E Greene left Tuesday .
to Leonard Wayne Van Eppes, of flowers! in
in marriage. Dr. W. W. Illffe miniature bouquets :
Miss 4' ( k f.t.: '.: ,
t'' well, Tommy Smith and: night of last week to spend ten ; I I"l
first olasH
Seaman ,
on Monday
the shades
There pastel
Carol White. May 14. were performed no attendants ceremony. days in New York City with En- t:v.vfl* 'long,? as?;!lour ::t '

C Following the ceremony, a re- Both Mr. and Mrs. Wynn are Benefit BridgeThe sign Greene, <%< :: $outfabewitchjsd&&B' ! : : 044" -
ception waa held at &the home of Mrs. W L. Farrell of Jacksonville
well known In church and busi- .bybeauty..YOU:
the bride's slater : Edwin was 'attending to property tt: !
Mrs .
ness circles and will divide their Benefit Bridge which was I ;" !
Prevatt In Starke.- time between their homes in scheduled by the Woman's Club Interests here Saturday. }3ii&; ;$:;;;1 &! ,

If For her marriage the bride Hampton and Brookslde Farm at for tonight May 23, has been Mrs Effie Johns, and Mrs. EmU V-i" REMEAIBB
chose a gold colored suit with Starke. postponed until Friday, June 1. Kubit were shopping in GaInes- ,;.; '4:>' :f I Ir
which she wore black accessories. ville Monday. ; ( 0 '//b>

Her corsage was of gardenias. d, > 'L :. 7' THIS PICWA C CttllYlUPItIUIEj
Mrs. Van Eppes Is a graduate .
qr1 Grubb .. Add lucky lads slated '" "'
of the Bradford County High for early discharges: Ernie Dowl- "'J'.-,,J

School. r ing, Jr., and Al Kay Carlisle ,
The bridegroom attended schoolin -
hLs native .
state of South
Hear Catherine Nollman has
9h Dakota and is at present stationed .- ,,, fn.reu
just pledged Z.T.A. at Tallahassee
jl I at geclj) Field near Maxvllle. , Add sights for Sore Eyes: .)ar eJr Afa+f.9M l lt

finest Soon the town will .start to Carolina Beach . Seems she Those[ gorgeous hydrangeas In t K r-4 '/
Ladies Council rally . no sooner got settled up there front of the H.L. Brownlee residence be
_ I When the gals get home from than Ted was transferred to. Cape . Best wishes for recovery 3 t oto /y ne
restaurantand B Met Last WeekThe Tally! Cod for temporary duty, so Grace to 'that adorable little

Ladles Council of the First Yes, indeed, It wen't be long returned to Call St., since she'll ix-months-old daughter of the 'of new form vine in TECHNICOLOR
bar soon be leaving for summer Randall Browns who is at the enter-
now before Call Street will snap
Christian Church held Its monthly tiinmentprojected /MUNIJUWM M
social meeting at the home of out of its summer doldrums . school, anyway . State Farm hospital with a combination !

,r1 t Mrs. Maude Andrews, Thursday,' In fact, the undergrada will start of whooping cough and for the first CORNEL''WILDE
May 11.The drlbblin' in this week-end, while Sorry to hear that Ernestine pneumonia . Hear Capt. Wilson time on the ene
A program was opened by the the degree-nabbers must haunt (Mrs Roy) Smith, sister of Mar- Hayes and Pfc Enoa Hayes crecnt NINA Scre.s FOCH Play GEORGE oy Sidney COULOURIS eucemea0kectr
SIZZLINGSTEAK Rev. W. Q. Smedley and Mi !1 the halls of learning a few days garet Duncan, hag been hospitalized staged a little get-together ia the IaUILES rI00A
t Louise Newman, acting as Presi- longer . Ethel Sewell leaves with malaria . Also regret HawaIIan Islands last week ,
dent, gave an inspiring talk on this week-end for the Capital to learn that Dr. Irving Seems they were stationed about
LOBSTER lOCh ristla.nfty begins at home." A City In order to get there early Abrams is in a Chicago hospitaland 400 miles apart-Wilson in a hospital -

p special musical number was given and occupy a front row seat when may be booked for surgery with asthma and Enos in a Tues. Wed. Thurs. May 29 303l|
by Mrs. Eunice Wilson. dotter Gayle gets on speaking . Glimpsed comprising a congenial rest camp after fighting on Iwo
7r SHRIMP M Two new 'members were wel- terms with that hard-earned luncheon .party at the Jima and living to tell the tale )

comed Into' the Council and the I diploma . Incidentally, Gayle Bamboo Wednesday: Gertrude . Thanks to "week-end pass" "KEEP YOUR POWDER DRY"LANA
p CHICKEN hostess served delicious refreshments writes that she's become a charter Beasley, Margaret Duncan', Lois wangled by Enos, they managedto
to the guesta. member of the Frustration Cluba Adkins, Verna Demorest, Ethel see each other . TURNER
b group of grads who wonderif Biggs. Florence Brown, Ethel LARAINE DAY
Mrs. Sewell Hostess they've got out of college all Sewell and her house guest friend- My Tallahassee operator reports SUSAN PETERS
B they were looking for . "I'm of-long-standlng Mrs. 0 e r trude that Noon Wainwright made a
For Honoring Visitor. nothing but a highlyeducatedcook
' ( l
Gayle moans,-meanlngthat
i -, Connoisseurs i .. MrsW. B. Sewe, entertained: she's neglected so-called "culture"in Your' iDealer Has It
a delightful Coca-Cola party the pursuit 'of her home ec . .
Tuesday morning at ten-thirty o'- i majors . My guess, however, Is
clock at her home 0 n Walnut that man, ia
some some day goingto A
' ofGood o Street, honoring her house guest, I., be much happier because of BIG SUPPLY ,i'r 01'A C.MMbatryt
Mrs. Gertrude Grubb, of Mul that very fact, Gayle Culture
'I ' + berry. may be quite nice in the drawing' I, IN )
Food American Beauty roses, artis, room, but moat men are much PATIENCE w
tlcally arranged In bowls ana more Interested In the dining
i vanes, lent a decorative note to room . The brutes! . .
j Drinko the living and dining rooms where oA ,

the guests were entertained hear the local lassie were quite

- t During) the morning, refreshments set up with the delightful supper '" .,... -
of Coca-Cola, hot biscuits, given In their honor by Charleyand 9 9 : ; .t' ..
potato chips, olives, sandwichesand Ted Johns at the White :
cookies were served. House Kitchen near Tallahassee k

' About fifteen guests called to last week , Seems if was dur- '
meet Mrs. Grubb and to enjoy ing "dead" week (exams) and , / :
Mrs. ,,Sewell's hospitality. the girls were doubtful at first \ *

2a whether or not they could spare .

I the time away from cramming g ,,
. Then someone happened to ( .
WILL SACRIFICE on account mention "fried chicken" and they
4 } I A Treat For The leaving city, ft-room furnished\ decided to take a chance .- ,Av J MMfM
house Consisting of 3 bedrooms! After all, cramming knowledgeisn't r '
FamilyWhen sleeping porch, living room, din- nearly as soul-satisfying as '
Ing room, bath; large porch
the whole family in dinIng cramming fried chicken, Is it a. xC
out you'll want the best In surrounding| house, alreadywired girls? Seems there was a
food for electricity and plumbing legislative stag party at the : L: '
: r's ( the most efficient service.And tl i tyli Ili i
Can b made ,. f
Into 10 rooms White House "
?lti b that's ,Just what JOu'Ufind Kitchen the game
for efficiency apt. House located -
hero' at s reasonable evening, and Senator Johns was .-
price. 2 ml from school house quite the envy of his fellow legis- ir r
fan be moved by moving contractor lators, surrounded, as he was, by .
If desired. Make me so much Bradford and Union -'
Temple Ave. -
1 an 0 1 f e
r. Write Ho* 486,
I County beauty and brains ? .
Starke Fla. z
.Fl r Who says this isn't the day of
t miracles r , If you don't believe
.ft, Just ask Clara Mae

NOTICE Knight and Ethel Biggs .
While these two Inveterate shop.

r, pars were admiring some of those
l ;;Yldk; / u I gold-plated $2 watermelons at
Manufacturers have been the curb market the other :
4i# 12; ,'' advised that they will t.Ia Ing and trying to decide whetherto '.._ .; :

; be allotted only 30 per Invest or not, one luscious 'j -
specimen rolled off the
truck and
cent of materials to manufacture cracked wide open right at their AH of us can thank the neighborpeople who have ''Pulled'together '
,} paint until farther very feet . Did they. eat it?
notice. The container . Well, what would YOU do? hood business man for doing 1 0 in a great awakening, of the traditional

situation is also . After all, there certainlywasn't whale of a: wartime job. Short of American; spirit. They have

very serious. We have a melon go any to use waste to let was that there$2? help and,with many empty shelves amazed.themselves, and the world

txfyyyy'' &d large stock of 'f . Ethel says 'twas the beat he has striven to give each family with their ingenuity. They have '

ahe ever tasted, and what the its fair share. He has labored late found'seCurity' in self-reliance.
market man said wasn't
recorded -
. and often over ration records and They have vowed not to slacken

;s k on hand at present, so fa+f l j changes in regulations. lIe has their pace until complete victory

we suggest that Travelitems
you anticipate : Georgia Scanlan beenco.operativeanduncomplain- ours.
needs and dotter Kathleen will catch a
your ing. Remembering those
plane Monday for a visit with away No less important they "
buy now relatives In New York City . from the homes of the families he resolved to apply their,new-found '

i Ernestine an' Arthur McRae are he keeps War
serves on buying
ability to the
vacationing in Rhode Island . Bonds-for utmost when peace
Bradford Lois (Adkins) Pope arrives this keeps. comes to make ours an even better

week-end stay of from several Auburn, Ala., fora Your dealer has had plenty of country for those who have de- Americans rare alaiayineighborly. l HJI
weeks ,
company in all walks of life fended .It b *natvruthtn
Glimpsed Myrwln an' Telfair Long . it so gallantly. quit
Hardware Co. and sons, Tom and Dave, arriving for Budwttttr to
Tuesday. for a stay at Kingsley Amnkd'I.l6tHn-/ar/ '

t Mh 4 Lake . Telfair leaves soon for Bud'ftTeaser when good
''l J. D. CARLISLE frfJln/ Fort Ord, Calif.. and overseas : gather, .EE

e;' : Owner I Ir seems duty in the Pacific Theatre, 7eaoe wee ....u............... thai nude noSAINT7 .
definitely la the
r ; offing . .
Surprised to see Grace Osborne "" 64.01945
i back In town after only two weeks


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of LOCAL: NEWS Joe Monteith la spending the Lt. and Mrs. F. M. ( I I
IBITS summer with relatives In Phoenix- Williams and young son left Wed) Dr. J. Maxle Den of Galneavllle :Mra. Gertrude Grubb of Mul- Comer Perryman SoAT 3-c la

ville and other points in Penn- nesday for Norfolk. Va.. after! was a Sunday guest of Sen. and. berry Is spending this week with upending leave with his parent,

Is visiting her Mrs. W. T. Jordan and daughter sylvania. spending a 10 day furlough with Mra. Charley E. Johna. Mr. and Mrs. W B. Sewell. Judge and Mra. 1.1, K. Ferryman.Mra. !
IrS'VrSB-t C .1 1 Berg, Berg In ThomaaTc Annie Paul, have returned Miss Alma Murrbee visited Mrs. ..Lt. Williams' parents, Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Bennett Sgt.'. and Mrs LeRoy Grantare T. N. Kendrick haj. returned i
he Is confined from a two weeks' visit with Mrs. V. H. Fullwcod, who is working Mrs. T. S. Williams. Lt. Wll\ have as their guest, Mr. Bennett'a pending a two we k'a fur- from Jacksonville where
| where being Jordan's d a u Ie hter Mrs. Edna on her M. A. Degree at the University Hams has been flight commander mother Mrs. L. H. Bennett of lough with relatives In Charlotte, she spent several days with her .
he hOspital after several months LJnxwoller, In Eldorado, Ark. of Florida, over the week- of the Norfolk Army Alrbase for I Ocoee, Fla N. C. (daughter Mrs. Tolbert Black i.f
in Germany Mrs. Ratle Murchland will return end.Jay the past six months. The army; :
Murrhee, a student to her home in Dayton, Ohio Arnold of Jacksonville was is abandoning the airbase at Nor "q j
Alma visiting his folk and Lt. Williams '
Ilss become a Senior after spending the past lour sister and friends is being
who will here Sunday. transferred to the I :
r>e Samaritan Hos- weeks here with her son-in-law Wilmington
iTmNampa.t at the Idaho, Is visiting and daughter, 1st Sgt, and Mrs Friends of Foy Green will be N. C., base where he will serve I Ij
K F. Murrhee who is Vernon Schroeder. sorry to hear that he was carried as flight commander beginning b <
A June 1.Judge.
father state Farm who aredldates Mrs. W, W. Page and children, to the hospital one day last week. F I
In the A. Z. Adkins
Pvt. spent Monday
mong, the students a7h FSCWmencement Billy, Martin and Merrill Lynn, Is spending Julian a J.30-"Judy" McRae and Tuesday in Tallahassee ) ,til
for degrees day furloughwith
i of Lake City were week-end Mr. and Mrs. E.
F. Cain
exercises. May 28 I his parents, Mr. and Mrs. arc
?m a corpening Diffen- guests of Mrs. W. H. Struth and Russell McRae. He has been a spending a few days here while I
The Bachelor of Science In Miss Kate Struth. Mrs. W. L. patient In Lawson General Hos- enroute from Key West to Geor-
i.b mercial., and Gayle Sewell, Edwards and Mrs. F. G. Bauk- pital, Atlanta, Ga., since i being gia.
of Science In Home ECO.| night of Jacksonville spent wounded overseas and his condi- Sgt. and Mrs W J. McMille Y r rMooaa j j
tics.helor Mother's Day with Mrs. Struth. tion is greatly Improved. I left this week for a visit to St. 1
Paul Canova III, is Augustine, St. Petersburg, Tampaand
spending a jI
other points In Florida. SgMcMlllen .
three week's vac a l Ion In St. I
Just returned from a J4
Petersburg with Mrs. S. p. Van-
dlviere and son Pltner. visit with his father in Plttsburg, l
This Week . Pa.
Are Mra. Paul
t fe Canova Jr., spent
Mrs. Billy Jackson returnee SEE 11EAVT1FUL SELECTION OF I
several days last
week In Jacksonville
Sunday to Rome Ga.: after com-
ALL WHITE visiting friends.. Ing down last week to get her son. COMPLETE BED OUTFITSnNISIIED
S-Sgt. Loran Conner has returned They will make their home for
Wash Cloths 15cALL to the States after flying the present in Rome to be near ,
Turkish --- his required SO missions
and Is In Pvt. Jackson while he is in the
Thomasvllle, Ga., for a rest. Mrs. hospital.J. I & UNFINISHED MASONITE TOPS
.;.. Conner has Joined him there M. Edwards, Jr.. has returned
WHITE. #- *' Friends will be glad to know home after spending several day KITCHEN TABLES $9.50 to $18.50 '.
that Mra. Mildred Sapp is improvIng with relatives In Orlando. - -
Turkish Bath Towels In the State Farm Hospital. y
Norma Canova Is spending a

18x36 72c 22x40 89c mother week In, Mrs.Ocala B. with F Flowers.Mr. her grand-. BUY- WARDROBES 4 or 5 Drawers - - 39.50 1 r

and Mrs. Jack Zevin will bS
return Monday from Arizona

Visit Our BABY Department their where several son-in-law they'weeks.' have and been daughter visiting for AND'KUPIHEM ODORA CLOSETS, Double Door Mirror 16.50

{We have new goods, coming in each week. this Miss week-end Madeline In Lecin Tampa will with spend I Your

friends. Post War PlanningBy
Plenty of "*toys, wearing apparel, etc. for Mrs. Sarah HurwItz is returning Placing Your Studio Couches
to her home In New York City
the little ones.wimming Monday after visiting Mr. and Order flow For
Mrs. Irving Zevin for several
weeks. Beautiful Upholstery

The following have been guestsat
Trunks the Methodist parsonage this With Springs
week: On Sunday, Homer Rode- AUTOMATIC
beaver, Miss Helen Benner and HOME LAUNDRY
Mr. and Mrs Jim Thomas; Mon
Bathing CapsEar day, W. P, Smith; Wednesday, HOT POINT $86.50IT'S
Mrs. C. P. Moore, Mrs. J. P. REFRIGERATORS
Lamb, Mrs. J. E. Thornton, Mrs.P. RANGES
plugs and under water gogglesare B. Revels, Miss Susie Walton, WATER HEATERSAs
all of Palatka. The latter
now in season enjoyed a epend-the-day These Become Available A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

William Norris was called to We Will ,Fill Orders In '
LE Quincy Wednesday because of the Order of Application John H. Denmark 'Furniture Co.
00 Flashlights GNAT: 1.98You illness of Mr... Norris who la
Cecil there Price.with her daughter, Mrs. FULL LINE PHONE 151 STARKE FLA.

Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Boelter and 'WIRING SUPPLIES
Will find .Just What You.Need son, Gerald, have returned from a
.- visit In St. Petersburg.
At Our Store Misses Patsy Edmondson and O JElectric Motors

Hazel Phillips were visiting Mrs. "'"+..+er. IIa
E. H. Reagan and Infant son Jn O Fluorescent
St. Vincent's Hospital, Jackson FIXTURES & STKIIVSO ,
ville, Monday night;
Mr* C. J. Griffin returned to Decca Records Lr .
her home In St. Augustine! Tues' ,
G Exhaust Fans
day after a visit with her daughter .
Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs. She
was accompanied by her grand O FlashlightsAND ,
daughter, Dottie Sue Biggs, who BATTERIES;!;
will remain In St. Augustine for
several weeks. Hot Shot

N; NAT SEZ: Miss Wanda Pearce has' arrived: IIATTFJIIESDelta
from Montreat, N. C., to spend
the summer vacation with her 0 Lanterns
Well I see by the papers that mother. Mrs. Bertha Pearce.
...'.,J' //n the lady of the house Isn't the Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stern were O Duo ThermJlE.TEltS
<" only one who counts point these visitors in Jacksonville Wednes .
days. All our Army lads are
going around with a pencil and the candidates for degrees Bed
paper in their hands brushing up to be conferred Monday at 0 {y,
on their arithmetic. I'm stills the University of Florida, Gainesville \ ,
looking forward to the time when Is Richard Fairfield Morse, Desk Lamps 1
the only point any of us will haveto son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R. 1i I
worry about Is the one on the Morse. He will receive a Bachelor
end of a fish hook.IA' of Electrical Engineering de Radio ServiceWNKLER i ,
gree. He is a graduate .of Mel- {
rose High School and attended t
grammar school In Bnrbervllle, I
Fla.- Mr. Morse has accepted a
stillsTWO position with War Research Lab- \ ,.
oratories on the campus immediately -

WELL KNOWN ;w following graduation.
Misses Carolyn and Patsy
BRANDSKABRO" Keene attended graduating exercises Electric Service .. : ,
Wednesday night In Tampafor

'"" Love their, from I the friend Academy, Miss Marian of Thr 226 Temple Avenue What street are you going to live on i,f

Holy Names. ,

AND r .. after the war ? '

The World Moves . <, .
t tWi

"FRESHIES"Materials So Does O. O. A. : 1 I

it will be Streets $3 if stick to the habit
If You Don't Like Your Present Location, hop Easy every you'll of

Let Us Move Your House It's a lot more fun living'there than on regular saving that the Payroll Saving't,

Are "" Plan got you started in-well. .

Chintz and; Wash ! And it's up to you. If you put every You and your family, and G. I. Joe,
See Ben F. Hall, Starkeor and this whole '
country can look forward
don't to live
< penny you honestly need on ,
RayouQUit General Contractor '
Orman O. Annis, into War Bonds-if you hold on to those to years any of us ever knew.
Box 402, Phone 1804, Gainesville, Fla. '
Bonds till they can bring you back $4 for 'li's.uptoyoulKEEP i i'i'I r rI
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Sunday, May 27 BW WAR 80ATDS FOR I
$8.00 $9.95AND Sunday School10 A. M. ,

Morning Worship 11 A. M. r dCANOVAPHARMACY

$11.95 Evening Service 8:00 P. M. .

|' n ii '
Soldiers and Wives Cordially Invited

Sternberg's Go To Church Why Not Try Ours? .SI*h...1IcW U.S. r-r ./.-'-'-", .rM4 1,4.5 RS a-rto.s .t .r .,.Hai..r ani Wmt AheldJt04 c.e.n.. It I:

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;4" Gen. George ;"
k'sb s + ;, , ,. G en.Dwight D.Ei sen h ower Adm.William D.Leah y ... .+ f '

Adm. Ernest J. King
Adm Chester W.Nimitz Gen.Henry H.Arnold Gen.Douglas MacArthur

+ ,i tell why "Here 1 I'v4 been "
These going a
I : ., men can you dreaming about getting

Q new car as soon as the e
S won"

the 7 TH .WAR LOAN is the BIGGEST yet I ITHE ffi'y

J, lend than tefore in They could show you why it is cheaper and quicker to give our 3 '
asked ever
ARE being to more money
i $;'? YOU 7th War Loan. Pacific Forces entirely new equipment sometimes-instead' of shipping ,.;g.
,ri tanks and guns from Europe.
tell why.
These men can you
slide down the this year. They can,in short,show you 101 ways in which-your dollars are
a'k . They can tell you of giant ships ready to ways needed more than ever to bring America's might to its full strength- ,I
d 4 :' They can tell you of a whole new air force in the building off the-huge lines so that we may crush our foe the faster, make an end of killing, and .,. "/
new bombers and fast new jet-propelled planes coming
bring back home.
our men
by thousands.

"But I know better.It may

,.""' .. 2 or 3 years after vkta
before I can make that dree

come true."

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: A r 5,, a 8I "In the meantime, the

man Is helping me to keep
old car-from being a nig1

mare.He says with Gulfprfc
and Gulflex*it can beta

I a : ii;, Will you tell these men "I can't, going until K."I get. a new out

S.t. A

r afford f to buy my share" ?

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GENERALS and admiral can show us why our money is needed. -more >. ,
than before. - "So now,I'm not worgbggiving
it the best lubrica'
But other men can show us something, too. IF YOUR IYOUR PERSONAl MATURITY MIGHTY 1 can buy, I expect to k to
jl" They're the men with twisted,crippled limbs . with clever iron hooks instead of AVERAGE'INCOME J QUOTA ISa nH WAR LOAN on the road."

hands. The blind men . the, men with scarred, seamed faces. And perhaps worst PER MONTH ISI (CASH VALUE) BONDS BOUGHT *

of all, the men with blasted, darkened minds. GULFPRIDi
4 $250 $117.50 $250
t r ; They can show us, dearly, how small is any sacrifice we make in lending money.If 225-250 150.00 zoo FOR YOUR MOTOI

fir' s'rr have income whether from work land capital have a in '210-225 131.25 175 An oil that's TOUGH a I
you an or you quota
... !
/A, as e 200-210' 112.50 150 I capital letters prated
the 7th War Loan.Find out what that quota is__and_make_itl I 110-200 93.75 12540110 WAR EEJ against carbon and dud,'!
-' 75.00 100'Aa

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This ii an official U. S. Treasury advtrthtmtnt prtpartd under auspictt of Treasury Department and War Advertising Council r re I" J
; : This Advertisement Sponsored by The Following Members of The Victory Club r





At The Bus Station

At Blandlne Center THE SMART SHOP''' PRIEST 5c TO $1 STORE (Boy War .



i t"i,.ASa;' 'Yalt., ".... ".A' .._t."f". "' Mi "_" '"'" . '.' ,

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. . . J. N. Kelly Saturday.Mr. ''I'II I i
and Mrs. W. R. Halslop . . . . . . I

nnybrook have returned home after spend 5 : V.t:1E
ing several days in Tampa visitIng VAVAIEIltORT. Hamptonny

,\1"1018 Crawford their son-in-law and daughter
w.%!; . . . Mr. and Mr*. Claude Moore. Mr. M. C. Svrwney' I

Among those attending the all L. FAULKNER: I SOT PAUL PKKSCOTT: . . . . . . .
nd Mrs day meeting at Oak Grove Church Friends of Mrs. Jettle Whyte
Ward and esstrlpltto I I S-Sgt Paul D. Prescott is
a bu in Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. W. T. f , spending a leave with his mother will regret to hear of the deathof '
JIIIId&Thursday. Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cros I ig Mrs. Doshta Prescott ,>r Brooker, I her oldest son Curtis Manning I
,vllle Woods by and family, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. I | after serving two and a half Deen. of the U S. Marine Corps i
and Mrs Dewey Crosby and daughter Beverley 'I who was killed In action In the
Jacksonville were t I years overseas I
Jdren ot Woods' Joe, Joyce and Bule and Bobby ; with a medical! ... ..... Southwest Pacific war zone "C .
d guests ot Crosby. .. M." as he was familiarly known
detachment. ,
Mr. and Sgt "
1aw and slsUr. left the states (In July of 1944 for
Is- We are sorry to report the Illness Presc o 11 served i i
B. Kelly- 'n overseas service and had seen
through the Invasion ,
of Lucile
Kelly of Lake Butler was Ward. All friends several months of combat duty. i ;
of Africa,
Mr. and Mre wish her a speedy recovery. His home
hIS parents, Italy and Sicily was !in Plant City but \
he had relatives and friends I
and was with the <
here, who extend
troops I n India' .. their sympathy
Steaks ; to the bereaved
The finest China and Egypt,,, :..".., "A '. family. .. I 4
Shrimpfoods for some time., .;.W''. The Women's Missionary Unionof
He was in charge!:I', "' \ the First/ Baptist Church was : '
9 :of c Ie rical ad-l' entertained by Mrs K. B. Walter-
reasonable SEA FOOD I ministration for! '.T....,".. ... son at her home 0 n Thursday, [
at FISH OR his department. May 17. The topic tor the month t +
MEATprices Sgt. Prescott has been in service . was "Consecrating the Centennialto i
PLATE Sgt. Robert L. Faulkner, who for three and a half years Christ" Song and prayer ser d,i ,
LUNCH had been a prisoner of war !In and took most of his training at vice, with devotional reading were II 'i

""Court & Call St. Germany for the past few months, Tallahassee. He wears the campaign rendered and during the social II
With Two has been liberated bar for the Tunisian, Sicilian hour, Mrs. Watterson served iced
fftr fm ff t according to a
# VegetaAlesGeorge and Italian engagements and : drinks, cake and cookies to the
Kopelousos message received last week by his the Chinese Theatre star. I eight members present.

Owner 45c ; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Faulk Sgt. Prescott said that duringall Mrs. M. C. Sweeney entertainedthe
nero the time he was overseas, the LAdies Council of the Christian -
I Sgt./ Faulkner was a member ofa only Bradford County boy he met Church on Monday afternoon. 1
UIDON'RILL Flying Fortress crew which was was James T. Moore of Lawtey, 'An absorbing topic of. Interest
shot down over Germany. The who was a pilot on the China was carried out in readings and + ,
message telling his parents that front comments. Mrs. W. H. Griffin,
he had been liberated was the president, had charge of the program ,
Vat At The Best And Forget The first word they had received from SGT. KSTON JORDAN and Quiz Que..S tions on
Rest"I him in six months. IX FRENCH HOSPITAL. IHbtcal characters was one of the
I Staff Sgt. Eaton Jordan, son of features. M .
WINFRED C. RIG DON Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jordan of Mrs Gratton Adklns and child- Y
IN CITED< UNIT Starke, is confined to a hospital ren Polly Ann and Michael of

Old Sarge's Place T-5 Winfred C. Rigdon, whose somewhere in France as a result Miami are spending several weeksas
home Is Lawtey, la a member of of injuries to his hand while guests of her mother, Mr!!. G.
the 479th Amphibian Truck Co., fighting In Germany with the W. Rahme, Sr.
RKE'S ORIGINAL which has been awarded the Meritorious 644th Tank Destroyer Bn. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworthand t t :
Service Plaque for superior Sgt. Jordan has been overseas sons Waldon and Thomas
performance of duty duringthe about 17 months and received his were visitors to Jacksonville Fri
IMY Normandy Invasion. training at Fort Lewis, Wash. day. Waldon, of the Merchant
Marines, who has been home on
The men of the 47th, now stationed
NEW ADDRESSES leave for the past two weeks, left
TOREAuthorized at Fort Lewis, Wash., are
OF SERVICE MEN Saturday for New Orleans, La.
veterans of Africa
Sicily, Italy
Pvt. Donald McRae, Co. B, 10th
and France. They spent more
Bn., 3rd Regt., Camp Gordon, Ga.
than two and a half years over-
Pvt. C. C. Melvin, Co. M. 3rd 4 ACTION I RELIEF
seas and served an important
Pit. APO 15926, N. Y., N. Y.
The 'War Department 'role in every invasion, landing
By Pvt. Walter Albert Davis. G. '
supplies and evacuating casual F. A. C. Reinf. Pool, APO 739, fOR ACID INDIGESTION
N. Y., N. Y.
Operated Pvt. Wrn. Crosby, Inf. Co. L, P
Ex-Soldier 4th PH., APO 15924, N. Y.. N. Y. ''1.
Pvt. Geo. C. Powell 21th Co.
Douglas Hazen, son of Mr.
Hq.? 3168 S. S. Bn., APO 72, San ,\ BISMA-RE;
and Mrs. Fred Hazen of Brooker
Francisco, Calif.
recently arrived at Truax Field, i
Sgt. Robt. C. Jackson, Casual (
HEADQUARTERSOR Madison, Wls., where he is enrolled
Sqdn. A-7, A P 0 19362-A, San 50Carpenter's __
ALL MILITARY. SUPPLIES I' in the AAF Training Com Francisco, Calif. .,

NOVELTIES and JEWELRY mand's continuation flying train Cpl. David L';+Shuford. Co. A,

ing program. 653 Eng. Bn., APO 885, N. Y., Drug Store'
Formerly stationed at Columbus N. Y.

Field, Miss., where he won his Sgt. John S. Shuford, Hq. tc
Suslow'sArmy wings Lt. Hazen will fly an ad- Hq. Sqdn. 14th ADO, APO 18093, t.
en vanced type of training plane N. Y., N. Y. . Just like mother
known as the A T-6. The flying CliftoruB."
'I T. Sgt.. Hayes, Hq. I'I
program. also Includes courses In AA Command.Ft.Bliss, Texas ?uaed-, to. make"LAPPE
| StoffeIE. engineering, navigation and Pvt. J. B. Sllcox, AT Co. (R) "
mathematics. 4th Bn.. 144th Inf. IRTC, Camp '
Rucker, Ala. ;
Call Street. Starke, Fla. JOHNNIE GASQUE 1

Johnnie H. Gasque S 1-c, son
of Mrs. Cora Casque of Lawtey, f
I recently arr 1 v e d at the Naval 1\\t\\ 1In uMSWDWAR : ,

Training Station, Norfolk, Va., to 7?
set lJl eAt
train for duties aboard a new des BONDS I

Center Bar" troyer of the Atlantic Fleet. i i
He wears ribbons for the American
Area campaign, Aslatlc-Pacl
fie Area campaign, with three

stars, and Philippine Liberation ,
e\\\\ttel.t \a with two stars Before enlisting,

01 to r he was in the grocery business at
iD1} at theclub. --- I
beef Lawtey. .
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of , ,,
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-- 01 vela "a1o1t \\ EDWARD G. SAXON; I

t't i
1Ve Edward G. Saxon, S 2-c, whose } ,
wife lives at Hampton, was aboard ,
an Essex class aircraft car '

rier when her planes battered n I ri
:: ,':.:): \Si:: Okinawa prior to the Marine and ,' '
. .
Army landings. This action Is J
-- 4..,.. considered among the severest
w yet to take place in the Pacific.
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LAN, DINGCENTER, Walter Edgar Clubb, Aviation -HN r rr wMW { {i { {
has been ,
Machinist Mate 2-c, ?CNM.' a'NIH-N All-f4 CJI4M,C MNK NMpa d/n1r : { ; i
assigned to the engineering department .
:} 3AR of a carrier aircraft

of the Atlantic Fleet. - .- { '
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,.1.' He Is married to the former {
of Lawtey and 44 ; :
Jimmy J. Sapp TOP The Evening {,
they have a six-year-old son. Before
AlA entering the Navy, he was ''
employed on a farm at Greenville,

Mo.You9re .

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a Service Man be.\ri9aoy h'efi AND COFFEE .,i; {,

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see 'oi
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,. right prices s. -' , ->b ; __ __ __ ..__ __ .n' : '" '! 1'
Made from fresh ' ..'
a y ground sirloin sleek J. 6

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;A 't meow IUGIIT. BRADFOItD comon I................. STARK,. FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAr

4 "t whoa r."ldf'n".. !. 101' known a. J. C. Johns Erwin John, (43.t feet to an Iron pipe thence arty I. Involved ''n

Training Course Methodist Church"Our Dr. Scott HonoredFor North &"'4tr.e1. Portsmouth.* Vlr lnla.on I and through all parties under claiming or against Interest the abovenamed by. run East North 779.92 8*feet degrees to the 63) point minute of partition that the said nature prop Of .a1 salt d suit'ull I,1

For 25 Years You are required to above appear named pel-Bonn and Emma Johns, beginning. containing 12 acres by the laws" of the Stal to p'0la
USO Volunteers the
June 26th IMS In
Responsibility" will be the and !Aaa Homer Johns and Eloise. Johns more or lees. : Except the right AND YOU AND P.Ae'U'f PlorlO
; Court cauae. ecuetodyIof Krvln Johna deceased. .. Everett wave of Seaboard Airline Hallway are hereby required f, Op
of the Southern weka. divorce and y"
Started subject morning sermon At College tlff '
Tuesday of of State "on ally '
AIN Telegraph Johns deceased, Edgar Johns deceased and right way or au" : "n.r ,cr.
Bradford County "
preached by the Rev. W. J. shall child. publish thlf Order In next Arthur A. Johns ceaaed. Itond No. 13, together with all Court and Cause ,,", "jvltl' .In !*!
Dr. Fran kiln I I Scott, I Avis Manaell deceased, UllaabethFrance : and singular the tenements here- 1945 otherwise I th,. ,'
at 8 then Churchwell at the Methodist George
,;, f TueKday evening! p. m, four weekly I..u. Johns deceased, Ovid 0. clitamentB, and appurtenance, the bill of Complaint l 'II"! taf0a'' '>
first session in the preliminary ; Church. Sunday at 11 a m. brother of F. A. Scott of Starke Witness my hand Florida and. this nffirialseal May. I Johna deeeaNed, and either of them. thereto belonging or In anywise aa ronfeaaed' by y,",?," ,,? biThe : tak

rt training course for the members : "The commission of the Church and former Superintendent of (2nd. at 1945OFFICIAL Htarke.. In the following property xltuatedIn appertaining; Bradford i "."1 '
'?1 Public Instruction of Bradford Bradford County Florida to- and to all persons having or claIm. la denlgnated as th, ,,\, r-I'WI"'
of the Volunteer Service Thomas, &'
Organization J. '
Is the winning of lout souls The i (( SEAL) A. wit: InK to have any right, title or In. newspaper In wh, a, V: 'luiut,
wax held at the USO. Mrs. Church is a soul-saving station County has brought to a close An Clerk nf said Court'51T no CommenCing at the Southeast terent In the property .hrelnabdve to Appear shall be ,i I" I", boo,

Walter Bateman opened the meetIng and if it falls to accomplish thatIt by resignation, his enviable recordof Uulldlriif:linn R. 1C Jacks; Duninn n v'I I I pilo I r'< : corner of the Southwest: Quarterof described YOU ARE; HEREBY NOTIFIED next Witness four weekly the Hon i.J.,,. ,' the'**.In..,II .
;i the and 25: an a full-time faculty for IMf 6-U the Southwest Quarter SWU In "htl
( by presenting history Is not a divine Institution, year Atty that a suit ban been brought Murphree aa Judge ""r I i I
1 philosophy of the USO This was the pastor stated ID announcing member of Southern College in of 8'VI4) of Section 28, Township the hove styled ravine In the CIrcuit and the hand and "Pa ""r t?old' ?0.
I'"IIU'ITr' \l thencerun Court .>f Iradford County, ''t' <
F101111/11'1\/ 6 South Range 22 East ::1"
.4 s followed by a resume of dutli'H of I his topIc. Lakeland.He ,'UI '\0''''', :' South 89 degrees. 5J minutes Florida, In Chancery by Charley E. County, Florida, IiIlark till' artlto
the club hosts and hostesses given leaves his c FH 1'. I John and Th..lmlDrln..on Johnshis 1946. Mi,9 lhCoun ,
and .
long pleasant of 789112 feet to
West distance
rr The evening service will be AH.ertY..h. Plaintiff, va Lfl*'"" a wife, BH plaintiffs, against you .
by Miss Margaret Ann Young. (I featured association with the college carry- Webb Iefenant'ese No. 3196. an Iron pipe, thence run Northno and each of y by congregational singing degrees 60 minutes West a dlatant -
rs Mian Bees Spanner outlined In detail -I Ing an honorary degree of doctorof oIU>Ion OK Pri'LlCATIONANU APPEAR .. of 411.4 feet to an Iron also. against the following. other y," Florida.. ...It

4 the duties* of the volunteers o and the public is cordially Invited divinity which was presented I STATE NOTIPB OF FLORIDA TO to: LnvisaWebb pipe, thence run North 61 degree Emma known John natural. a defendants widow Asa, to.wit Homer Knlht & Knight, -'" ''AI........,

who work at the Information I to assist. The topic for the to him at the institution's com- whose residence In .310 N. WAvenue 61 BOS.0 mlnutea feet to a.rallroad-Iron East a distance stake of, John and Eloise Johns hi. wife, Attorneys. for Plaint' It''urk.,. flat''
Suffolk, Virginia.You '
G 7 i desk evening will be "A Great Woman". mencement exercises last week.It on thence run.-North 84 degrees 69minute. and that the above described prop- J.n ft 6.15
are lrdlh appear ..' East a distance of 229.0 __,
The USO Junior Hostess trainIng The young people meet Sunday was given in appreciation of June 6th.. 1946. .above. named feet to an Iron pipe, thence run
j course which ha met for the evening at 7 p. m., and prayer his quarter of a century of faith- Court and cause,Bradford CountyToleftraph plain South 419 degrees 62 minutes East
tiff seeks divorce. a distance of 898.66 feet to the Our Specialty. .
meetin'g' Is held each Wednesdayat ful service and In recognition of thla Order
pat two weeks on Saturday ahall publlah West rail of the Seaboard, Airline -
evening at 7.45 o'clock promises 8 p. m. Everyone is Invited his learning and ability.In In next four weekly hand and laaue official*. seal Railway main track (being Homemade Chili Hot Dogs
Wltneaa my the West rail of the Wed track: Sandwiches
to have three more very Intel'est-I' to attend/ an interesting article on the at Htarke Florida, this May 24th of said railway), thence run,
!ing- lectures and I life of Dr. Scott the Lakeland ms South' 17 degrees 42 minute
I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. ,. West along the said Wed rail TilE HOME
before thla! aeries will be of 17
4 Ings Harry M. Agin Ledger May stated in part: Aa Clerk of said Court. of said Seaboard Airline Railway -
completed On Saturday evening, "Twenty-five years aa a college a w riHuI.IngJackonvllle main track a distance of OF HOME COOKING
i Receives Seaboard's50Year 774.6 feet to the section line of
May 2(1( Lt. Walter Mueller, Camp professor might seem to some an 6.16
5-Z5 *t
I Atty. for Plf said section 28, thence run South
+ Itlanding! Chaplain will sneak on AwardHarry uneventful existence, but Dr. Scott 89 degrees 63 minutes West 3.0 A t,
gs the subject "Our Job With These used it to establish a remarkable 1TIFF' : Clt4(1it COIKT OF feet to the aald point of beginning .
mi.ti>voiu.> Cot :>'ri, KI.OIIIUA. containing In the aggregate
Returning Men M. Agin veteran engineerwho record. He has never been late 14'll '>'<..111'; '. 11.7 acres more or leas; Except q
Saturday evening, Jun 2, Ma- started his railroad career In meeting a class! Charley t:. John. and Thelma Brln- the right of way of said err 's
mni Johns. Hid \Vlfe! Seaboard Airline Hallway and o(
jor Sloan and Lt. Robert McDonald. with the Seaboard in Starke 60( "He is careful to mention that 1'latotlffi.! State Road No. 13, and also commencing .
;//t ., mTC Special Service Of- years ago has been presented he was absent at one time when -va- at the Northeast cornerof
Emma John A Widow. Et AI the Northwest Quarter of the
ficers, Blanding will beth with a diamond emblem symbolIzIng he wan In the hospital for an operation I'efendantH Northwest Quarter (NWVt of CALL STREET
guest speakers discussing the his half century of service. and again, when he had Partition NWV) of Section 31, Township
Cane No. 37tON'OTIC'K 6 South, Range 22 East, th..ncerun NEXT POOR TO WESTKKX: : l".10S:
ubfect, What A Hostess Should I Mr Agin was born in Union- Influenza. But these are the only TO AITEAIl' South one degree 4 minute
Know About the Army"' town Ky. on Feb. 191880 and exceptions. The State of Florida. to: East a distance of 663.6 feet to '" -
The topic for the final! seanlon began his railroad "Dr. Scott l Is alight self effacingand ItuaMfll Johns. Mnriruerlte Jennings an Iron pipe thence run Houth
t I' career J4 years and J. 1* JennlncrH, her hua- 89 degrees 61 minutes West a
to be held Saturday( evening: June later In Starke as a'.shop apprentice humble with bright grey hand. Hurold MaiiHell Willie Aida distance of 79''.92 feet to an Iron '

.' 9,' will be "Junior Hostess Problems "- for the old Atlantic Su- eyes and a cordial smile He .I"'HlJe tones and Johns U., J.T.T.Jon Johns,'" her sometimes husband 4 pipe minutes thence West run.North a distance one degree of ifi1fflfflJ u1'Ii11uIi I IWU"RI'H

Meals and Guide Posts I wannee River and Gulf Railroad.In seems to have attained placidity
This subject will be discussed by 1898 he was employed In the of mind which makes him cast off "v - - ---

i 11S{ 1 Miss Amy Cuwley, U S. Public Capacity of fireman by the FlorIda 'the usual irritations of life. Evenan OUR( ACQUAIMTMtlSHRIMP: I : I '

1 health Service Nurse, stationed In I I Coast if Peninsular Railroad 8 a. m, class found him smiling BRADFORD ; (

Starke I at Waldo. Doth of these lines and unperturbed and that, as

Mr were early ancestors of the Seaboard any teacher will tell you. Is topsIn

Revival Closes I with which organizationMr. tranqullity."

Agin became formally associated Dr Scott was born in North PILAU
At Baptist Church
In 1900. Branch, Mich, and moved to ENGINEERING CO.

The two weeks' revival held at Starke in 1884 as a boy of 12.

the Fist Baptist Chinch dunes A birthday dinner was given His father, Dr. A. L. Scott, practiced

),',;'. ? tonight (Friday) with an Invitation recently at the home of Mr, and, medicine here. and later J. MAURICE EDWARDS Mgr.
to all to attend this last nervier Mrs. W P. B e n nett. honoring established a drug store. ,

Mrs. Bennett Present were Mr After graduation from the Middle

r ti7 Sunday morning; the pastor will and Mrs W. L,. Henson and son Georgia College in 1803, Dr PHONE 94

r } again fill the pulpit and, will Wm. L? Jr of Jacksonville, Jim Scott was principal of high ,
preach at 11 Popham Jacksonville Mr. and schools In NasHau and Bradford
a. m. on "Help fiomon I I
High". The Sunday School at ?f1'S. John McKInney, Graham and counties until 1900. In 1902 he II II I

4y' 9:45 a. m. will study "The Returnof I Mr. Bennett's mother. Mrs. L II was appointed superintendent of I I

the Exiled Jews", Bennett of Ocoee. public Ins t ruction in Bradford We Can Furnish You With) All Sizes

} k Sunday evening at 6:.15 the vlcrs. county and held this position until Concrete --
I 1908. Building Blocks Gravel Sand :
Training Unions will discuss "The "The Bible" Is the current -
I World's Undeniable Right" At topic at the mid-week service study each He had been ordained to the Mortar Mix and Cement RECIPE ... ==

8pm. the pastor will speak on Wednesday night at 8 o'clock. ministry In the Methodist Churchin of t\D.1 steed salt pot on9 ell. =
"The Laughter of 1896 and joined the Methodist cry I.a. titan water, ,
f Ood", The rites A cordialwelcome is extended ALSO botling puc1..D"4,pIIII14 =
M+ of Baptism will follow both Her- to all to worship at all services. conference_ in 1902 serving the low: 4 aapa 01t..41/10. ..D41.a. o"-p. 0to ta.te. Lea the =

church at Lawtey during his term READY MIXED CONCRETE wa.l&,4 uaool.e.hrfsap gall ana p.pp.e uutU they =-
as school superintendent. In 1920 I 4 its int. Btle do not stir doe.

he was appointed, to Southern DELIVERED TO YOUR JOB salt 1.gln' POcl&'II.' einQir and ana ahrhnp ..,I. =

College where he has been associated COok: until yta 1.tnlnntnl. =
ever since in the departmentof (about LwentYdv. as well a tTbl.- =
a44.4. =
mms GIVE WE HEALTH history.the college He since has been 1913.a trusteeof WE CAN INSTALL ALL TYPES Jlotelll1l0abudD"tae may of"tbe coo 11.1 11rt proaas of the"pit..... -=
s, In TILE. bat issSsrsfJsAmong'
proposing Dr. Scott for the I 1. aeLoloas! this

A DAY honorary degree Just given him. -- LeJ 'Ua Give| You An Estimate ...,.. 4n.lytk,.mesa ana a44.0& W the tdtil/\
AMD Dr Ludd M. Splvey president of ...l iJ&dlYldual ta.t.. 9 Oil' b Wk44
the college, said: "We view his' Is 1111 to11. Sara Ot 'Ic.9'" Irt6gtoa.lsi

I : resignation with the greatest re- a i\\9flSa\ '1 lto
.j'I' gret. He Is a kindly man devoted Let Us Build Your Post War Home & tbtt

sincere and utterly loyal." -rr r i-t-a-rf-r-f-r-f*-*- --r Mjjff fij-frffrfff.r_m 911111'"' &


1 <' *(< Told In Film d

? t "Give me health and a day and I will EVERY % a gOItjenbottlO
At Florida Sunday OF
"s, make the pomp of emperors ridiculous" _r"k .

'k was Ralph'Waldo Emerson's terse but elo Coming to the Florida Theatre I N S U R A N C E .
Sunday and Monday is the technicolor -
: quent opinion of the value of health. The filming of "A Song to Re-

a iy, ark .vibrant glowing health of which: he speaks great member"composer; the love of romantic story of melodies the- H..C. WALL

is seldom an accident of birth. Its price is Fredric Chopin and the

great novelist, feminist, and heart- AGENCYConstant
constant vigilance, with proper regard for rest, fresh breaker, Madame George Sand. C

air exercise and diet Their love story, together with

at k the bitter struggle between Sand Service Over 50 Years _
't, T At the first sign of illness see your family physician.He and Chopin' music master :for

suprem a c y over the will and
I is your skillful and never-failing allyin the preservation genius of this great composer Please Phone 146.CLASSIFIED

,' of health. If, in his judgment medication is forms the basis of the story "A

Song to Remember" features Paul .. e
I'1;1 needed bring your prescription to us. Muni as Eisner, the music master ':: 7. _

Merle Oberon as Sand and Cornel 1

CARPENTER'S Wilde"Keep as Your Chopin.Powder Dry", the ..- ADSHAVE -

I new Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film t -
IT FIXED Many little STRATISD \-
t 69' t will play Tuesday, Wednesday and things are breaking up around heifer with-to brindle Hampton one white v -ri
Thursday at the Florida. It starsa the house these day that you crop : markednnderhblt ::::
would replace ? one ear swallow
r If could
$ you get fork -
I Your Kexall Store lovely and talented trio which them. Thin la Impossible, but E. .w.otih"r. Includes Lana Turner maybe I can fix It. Ask for t4tark. Maurice Edwards, -
Lara.1ne Fla.
Jx: "On The Minit Frank at Telegraph Office tf 1i-18 2tp -
_ Service"i'lIONEGI Day and Susan Peters.
'Otl tlALJ-a: Southeastern .
furnished .>
It's human FOn homesKOtt on our great
a story of three 8AL.B-1941 Chevrolet sedan 311dlakee. S..e W, L. isa
ST AUKE. FLA. girls" from different walks of In good condition. C. R Bennett ell W. Madison 8t. Andr.w.. 'at '
,. .BB s;;EBBHfi&SBsSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBBSB: .-- who Join the celebrated Women'i life, Lawtey. Fla., 5-18 lip WAI..K Itp dishes Is Shrimp :S:
-Two wheeled
SBBBSBBBBBBBlBBBSSBBBBBBBBBBBSBBSBBBBBBSBBBSBBSBBBSBBBBHFOR :Iw Army Corps. Each has a different FOR 8AU3-( room house and lot, suitable for boat or all. around trailer Pilau-hearty delicious, "Z
_ motivation Just north of city limit on Rd. 1II.1t. See at Hampton Water ,
: Lana as the Work..
IS. Hot and
cold bath.
spoiled Valerie Parks, enlists in Ask for "Nick" at NIck'water Trailer Itp and satisfying to the eye as well as 5
order to Camp. 5.4 4t FOR SALE-o n. new Perfection
protect an Inheritance
: hot water heater and the like another of our 2
SALE Laralne. appetite. .
as the "Army Brat- FOIl 8AL.K-One International and picket fence! In 10 "' "ctlon"
? Leigh Rand is confident of her one Chevrolet pick-up truck. Inquire \V1., Alvarez (13 N. Church Beer
St. regional favorites. JAX
: at Starke Ice Co. tf UP . ,
superiority because of her up- .
bringing and training; and Susan I FOR SALK Concrete block apartment FOR building SALE-3 Iota with 1 tory the Drink of Friendship." '

4 LISTED as Ann DarrUon, has a husband 1205 house, l apartments. Income to Cook'and Urocer dwelling. Ca.h.hou. Next Mrs, _ _ -
3 SOLD per month. Cheap for
In the W.
service overseas and cash. Phone L. Farrell 116 Eo
wants >4 tf 65th 8t.,
dt! t to do her own bit to help speed Ja.ek.on"III" 6.25 tp This mellow brew has a thirst g

ONLY 1 LEFT the Through victory.the various phases of SPENCER designed Weal Madison SUPPORTS Mra. St.Bertha Individually p.a.clei.80S FOR Oraham.and SALE four-Ceres Small of unfinished land located house at ::: ' = quenching goodness that satisfies, and ;-

tv the girl's training the picture remains MATTRESSES of all kind renovated larn". >uUB' Olin Orav"' KII lip* \ = a fine, full.bodled.Ravor that brings \

Best Buy in Starke a fascinating study in furniture
and FOR lOu
. human relationships at the same reflnlahed HASTINGS Drop ue a card. new SALE Mercury- Immediate and Quick delivery Charge, =.... '.--= out the best in our ,famous regional 1-::
COTTACJE: battery
1 ., ,,. well as providing highly inspirational as 130. Palatlcm. Fla. tf Cher!! Information charger contact For R.fur-A.. dishes. A dinner featuring Shimp P'' 'u! -:
+ l a 4 Rooms and Bath .:. 'j fare. entertaining cinema FOR SALU-Laker rnnt lots for 110 Lee Bt, Jacksonville. Fla. :

v home or camp. On Lake Brook _______ 2-25 2tp - and golden, mellow JAX Is a dinner :2
Furnished lye or Banta Fe Lake. F, M WANTED--Hol."k..p. -
Recent Walrath. Keystone Heights. family In trall.r. hood for small long remembered. lAX
Births payAI" Always serve
Price $3,000 6-t 4tp ply Mrs. Le Grand a a.rk.
4it 'OLIP 1I\KOID REAGAN -- 5.25 alp .. .a premium brew when it comes to ::
a Only $750 Cash Mr. and Mrs. E. 30 ROOMS 'Ol'ND--Palr of glasses> on Camp -
Reagan "landing
an- road In
y I ; , Balance Term nounce the birth of a son In St. ALL Owner Inor at may have same leather by appl case.,._ quality, though you don't pay ::: j

.t r Sunday Vincent's, May Hospital.20. The Jacksonville baby has FURNISHED- for newspaper ad. office' ana p**It* premium price to enjoy its golden ::

been named Philip Harold. :Mrs. BOOK A ROOM: AHEAD FOR SALE..-mattre.i single, b.d and Inner.prln. =""= goodness I IJAX %:i::
r'x Reagan was MJajj Cleone Edmond. FOR YOUR WIFE at- N. Church
W. T. CLUTE Itp ---
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REALTOR ion before her
x marriage. OR PARENTS OPENING FOR WOMAN 3 to 5% ...-..

t 1:11 CIRCUIT COT BRADFORD GM neat la Each RoomLARRY'S Route.days PL week n Kawl.l lh

f COt11TY. ' FLORIDA ':* CHAM. Good experience to start
119 EAST CALL .:Ry. appearance and knowledge
) STREET STARKE 1Ia.el of *ouw v..' need helpful. Pro-
e D.n1pt1.
ducts well
vs.. Ralph T. Plaintiff PLACE k"ownWrite today.
pI (:.... No 3754. D.f.nda"t. RawleigKs D. p t. rAE.Ua.U9. 4

STATE ANn NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR. 1000 Feet From B Gate r FOR. 8ALE--on. Jersey cow and
to: Ralph : calf also II head of ho.-L.. L. Jacksonville.
Bedenbaugh. Hampton. Itp Fla. .

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(ggcv/ fLpglDAlsf CIIAl'f01' NOTICE Dewrlprlma.< !... I A..t .9 Do.rlp/N. .f i
NTV.o 9... Two* Rge.KH A...... 0...... T... .r ...
' Plalntttf ""a. es) A Costa T vs>. Ha*. Aer*. Ovnte* T.s._ .. Oaa" j
RaY. of NEH of .

;Ie', RNew may/ ,man vefe d..nt. .CawORDENpT1CEPTO No. soldNatt: D blic :: t 0:1 lon t that first following ::. 945:da ateStark... be 1 A Cemetery NWH Ex 23 S 23 19 C. I. A !or. Dlncfelder 2.75 All N WH of road of NEH, Of SEVi!: S3 6 S3 11 J. a Davis 1.13

" APPEAR of Bradford, Stat. .. the TOWN' OF LAWTKY W That SW
of Florida( AlHW'y
t RY
23 SE4
h.reln B 23 :
, aet Opposite to the ther:with allocosts r for : ., SKVi of
. FLORIDA to SSgt.JTATE and advertising, same, o. auc Blk S Ex Lot S of SEV S of road 41 S3 ( S3 SO Ernest WundarllcbIS 4.37 '
! OF' N. 20449930. whose Lot 3 of Blk SLots F. R. Csrradln. .7.B NWH of SKH A all SWHof I'j
'ie RaY" A ilirY "B", 109 F.A., S, 4 of Blk 13 F. 11. Carradlne 1.53 SEH N of road AE44 I

irf** I. po.tma.ter' NeW York, .r land !I_. Twp. 11g. A..r. A.o.ef t Lot. 5. 6, 7, 8, of Elk SISH W.Mrs. Carrie Starling. 2.45 of SWVi N of road 34 1 IST.: W. :Jordan 60.73 !
.0. 1.". q Owner Tai A Coate II. BlKgs, Kst. ..41 WH Of NEV 34NWH 12: 80 Ernest Wunderllch 11.61

reoulrei4. to appear one of 80 Franklin Lumber of Blk 34Dlag. Mrs.. Cherte. Ann Mo- of SWVi of NRU 37 1 22 10( Kit. Williams Est. 7.09 ,
OxoYoek i the above named 844 SEV4 2S 8 11 Basket & Lot S Donald 140 W 13 A Of NE'4 of NWH 37 1 23 13 Delia Keller 364 I
. 4'od cease.. wherein plaintiff All SE44 of NWyd S & E Co lO.n Unknown..66 W4 6 A of NEW of HWH 27 33 1.1..1. Moor. 1.53
\ restoration of of JUv.r a3 8 11 TOWN' Eye! of NW* of
'rt and of NE%, & E34 of 1& Unknown 2.14 OF LAWTKY R OF SLY IEC!!. 23. :34. 38. M B aa 'VftvHf|
\*' d ime Bradford Countyjd.n SE 120 American n I S3 6 A. F. P. King 3.17 !
h shall::: publish this Order'rsrapfour r as 8 19 Jne. Tung Groves. Com 105 ft B of SW Cor WSWH* EV of BEU fS7 t
8'41 NW% IS.58 .
N34 of
, weeklY 1I.uea. of lt10Arun N :210! \ I 23 10 Mrs. A. 11". King "...
hand and oftlclal : y1 1 7 It 180 Luther ft E 105 ft 8 310 ftV Com 10H ft 8 of NE Car
Rrsjsi Florida this May o! NEIi, & NK of ..80 105 ft to Beg or Lot nf SK 4 of NKH A run
\ U 7 19 W 210 ft ft 105 ft H'
SWFv4 of
180 .
1'545 A. J. Thomaa. NWI4 & NW1,4 of & Douglas '18.11 LoOiDSubDIY of Lot IS Callle ruulfty 81 310 ft N 106 ft to beg SS 6 SI I. Q. Keller Kst. '.18 }
SEAL BW1,4 & 8E\16\ of W .I, UtrberSumpter ...
1 FIrkAuf Court. SE'4 11 7 18 U' Watera ILot156ftBAw by Com at NKJ Cor of HKHof 1
said Landrum. Starke, NE44 of NE'4 NW'4 ot & Douglas 11.01 100 ft N A S In SH NEH A. run S IDS I

T' for pit 6-4 4t 8-S7 AIr By wU T 19 40 n. A. We.It. Cor of Lot 17 ft W 110 ft for a pt of I.
Atty. . of N4 of NEy4!: 10.15 Com at SE Cor of Lot II Harley (.04 beg thence run W 110 ,
oe Branch 11 S zo W ft Bi: 210 ft N '
35 A run 160 ft for '
Fonnle A
NOTICEI! JLATioNIAL' NW",," otot ,", '" NyS Of Crew. ...18IIW pt of beg, run N 3065f105 to beg III' 12 1 t. J.' Keller, Est. '.1.

that N\'Vy" 12 8 20 10 W. B. Luenb 137 ft W 80 ftcS 137 ft Com on 8 aide of Call ., . .(
TIaY': after the test publl- SEy" of NE44 & Z A In SE 1.40 B 80 ft to pt of beg Alice Brows Kt A R side of Water $tat

thl. notloe, the rlda. Cor ,% of NE4" 11 6 20 42 W. B. Laa."b 1,28 Com at SW Cor of Bile I." new designated 1 Intersection .,i.' ; ,:.....If f.. I
N f NE
of %, E44 of .
Bradford County. N/O 18 run N 100 ft for aFt A run easter 4
M, IS 8 10 ue EmpIre of beg thence run K: ly parallel with Call HtS20
be dthed1945 Lumber Co.>> 15.62N .
cauae to oat N% of NE'Ia of BW.K & ," .
paused ft N 174 ft W left ft thence southerly :
F, to o/the Legislature of the of NWVS\ of BWy" U 6 20 40- Thoraas 5.18 S 174 ft to pt of bear Gao Coleman 8.18 at right angles to Call 'I y
'"" a Special Act0rldne B% of IIW'4! U 6 21 20 .:.-"aaVa. Lot 27EH Will Ht 36 ft thence"I, ,
of Florida, the Lots I, 4, &. 8. 9. 10. II, 2.61 .38 .'?I
empowering; of N 335 ft of Lot 31 Urltfln ly parallel with said ,
and Velton I
1 to extend the City 12, of Blk 8 4II.Lota 2. 4. N80 ft of S 315 ft of I.01 Ht LAO ft thence 8 at ,I' :. ,' i 1
of Starke of Starke In- of RIle 11 & Lot. 1. 3. Lot 33NH right angles 100 ft t 1 '
of the City of the i, of Blk 29, & Lot 1 of Lot 57 Will BarWBrantley I.," thence west parallel' to ( y.

!'n/all aecrlbedproperty to- of Elk U A Lot 8 of 6.45 Call St 380 It thence t

xt Inrr d Blk U Town Of New. OTTS IVB.DIY e LAWTEY flBCS. 23. :24, 34, M B M north at right angles '
of River u.u 6 to St ft thenoe W "VPaul .
21. and Allen Porter Bet ,... parallel ". 'I,
$ ti Section Section 22. and- the Lot 7 of Bite 8 & Lot. I, I Woe ft of N 136 ft of with Call St 220 ft to ;:,
of .
Aetlo. 27. i 4, I. 8. of Blk U It Lots tret.f 6 Henry Moor. 1.28 Water St thence north .' : '
of I, 4. 6, 8. 10, 12. of Elk ."' "' S fa of N' S3T ft of eel 100 ft to pt of '
the *KdVh.E\ \ V'NSECH ao a: LoU 21. I. of Hilt Lot Robt. Snott 1.76 28 6 23 Doaadl. ".U
2R al 8.' Lot. t, a, 6, 8, 7. 6. Lots 10 11 J. L. Nicholson 2.45 Com at SE Cor of 8WU '
E' ranWIhal "
' wit of % I.. I', 11, of Blk II a WH of NEW: A SHVi of of Ito A run W 795 .'
of Sertlon of S1i4 that Ilea Lot U. Blk U. A Lots SEVi: <>f 44 A H 4 A ft N ft NW 60S ft

Ion of W% Alligator/ .Cr.ek. II, 5,. 4. Ii, I, 7. 8. of of SWH Of SE: \* of easterly 206 ft B 174

I of cane 28.! or AU e I n g In l"'lk 44 A Lots I, 4. of i NWH\ 14 6 23 54 O. M. William 8 88 ft 8 BOS ft 08b:1 alsocertain .
Section south Range U Ea'et. '''Dlk 411 &, Lot. 3, 8. II, 8, NEVi of NEVi of NWVi UI'> 82 10 C. C. Ounter 2.45 a Mrs.
nahlp s ,CARL JOHNS. 7. II, of Blk 48 A Lots NH of NEVi of 8E'. A H. Sparkman A W of

-5 City Clerk.mrilT 1. I, 1. 4. II, 8, 7. 8, I. NEH\ of NWH Of NF.V |4SEH B 33 30 Cha*. Campbell 6.75 Ry In SEW$ of SWH\ 31See. 6 S3OIIKSINAl. It II. B. JoLns ,, ".n
5t & 10, 11. U, of BIle ,41 A of SWH of NWH
COt'HT. BRADFORD Hike 55. 68. Town of Ex S A In NW Cor 26 B 21WH 6 Ned Berry ..U TOWN OF MTARKH III 6)) 39:

FLOHIDAI IN CHA.N- New River U.IIt. 20 Emil Mitchell 18.98 of NWH of SWVi 25 6 23SEH 10 M. L. Paul 8.45
Lot S of Blk 1 .
A land
IVTY. of SWH of SWH 25 6 28SEVt 10 P.
III Dlagfeltler 3.4S
:**. W3 o't SW" 28 8 20 moerlcan:: Tung Groves. of SEH\ of SWH.. 26 B 23NH 10 OeD Strong .88 K of Lot to Street Samuel Ooldmna 45.03
DefendantsCane 10.10E'IL of NE% of SW, of Lots 3, 4, 6. of Blk 3 Mrs. Ollle Marr 11.62 :

ate I'almerj, of 8t!:",., 31 6 20 10 Ina American Tung Groves n.n SEH A WH of NWH Lots 6, 7, of lllk 13 R. M. Mparkraan ".If t

1779 PUBLICATION ao AmerIcan Tung Groves" of SEVi!:\ of SBH\ 25 B SSSH 16 L. H. Houston, Est. 7.05 Lots I. 3. of l-Ik 16 Ex \
>RDER OF 844 of Lot 11 80 8 20 of NH of SWVi: of W 15 ft Carl Rltcb 1.31
ND NOTICE SEVi 25: B S3H Com on 8 sine of CallSt
FLORIDA to: Mrs. S"o. II ex N% of Lots 10 Manuel Houston 1.E5
OF where It Intsmecta
4. 6 a Ex E of NEVi, Of SEVi' of
Palmeri 333 Roebllngt 8. 8'4 of 840 American Tune Groves. E side of Court
matte York. Lots 7, / S 20 Ina nUlSE NEVi 24 B ISNH I Laura Coy 1.23 St
t, Brooklyn New W4fj of NEV. A NWV4 Of81 of SEH of NWH En 10: 119 ft for a pt
u ere required to appear 44 a. of I 6 A W of Ry' In NE of beg thence run H
1945 In the above named Cor A. NH of SWVi of Bit ft K SO ft N 63 ft f
lint cause wherein plaintiff NWI4 a. 8E'4 0NWW W SO ft to pt of beg C. J. Carter 4k wlf. ".IT
NWH K of old hard
Bradford County A' NEys of SW4: (, 380 American Tllne Groves, Blk 39 t
as extended ,
i divorce road 26NWH S 23 on
a W44 u 6 to Ina 18.08 SO E. E. Edwards 8.64
this Order
ahall publish Knsey's. Map Ex, U 100
raph of NEVi of SEVi of t
four weekly Issues. SE of SW'4 83 6 20 40 Earl Green 3.09 ft A Ex E 80 ft Mro. Thelma Larantaux 3.66 '
28 B 23
fit S Y. W. Felton
official SE of NE'4 83 8 20 40 Eliza WilBon E"t. 6:20: LotE59
linens my hand and 1,58 S HI ft of N 171 ft of
[ Woodlawn 29 5 22 10 :
this BE of SWy" U .. 20 40 Waters A Douglas 6.38 Floyd Cain
at marks, Florida, May W% of Lot 17 A. all Lots E 80 ft of Blk 39 as
1 1945. 10 AmerIcan TllnlJ Uroy., 18 21 38 Wood Lawn 31 5 33 extended: o n Ensey's
35 O. E. Crew 2.41
NIL f NW" 5 7 to
Inc. .
ICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, 01 map A. W Anderson 45.63
Lots 22 27 38 Wood-
Lark of said Court. Lot. J 7 7 20 107 C, 1. Atkinson n.27 One Irregular tract 16.90
: lawn 31 S 22 30
ot Levy" Sweat 1,73
A ot
N34 ,
Walter C Hardesty, Box 429. NE1,4 also that : Irate 49, 64, Woodlawn 31 5 22 20 George Moseley .98 Acres on Wanne Branch

is, Florida Atty. for Plf.U of HEy" of NW'4 portion E ot WH of NWVi of NHV.) 33 6 22 20 Pinkie Johnson 2.85 In SWH of 8WH also .
Wye Track area Ex 1
Public 8 A I 7 21123 C. C. Melvin 18.99 All NEVi of SWH: of SEH lot leased IS 6 SI 8.: A. L' Ry. 13.73
E of Road 34 B 22
2 An 8m cor of SWV4 2 AmerIcan Tung 011 B Andrew Magyarl 2.75
!meriT rol'KT. BRADFORD One Lot In Stark. 141 .
13 In
N 400 ft of Lot
I TTY, FLOIUD.IN CIIA.N- of HW%, 8 T to IUls'l Inc. 30.n Peetsvllle 31 B 22 4 Ella Cain ft M A W by 85 ft .

KY, 10 Mills can Tunc Oil EH of SWH, of NW<4 2 4 21 20 C. C. /Sumner 1.16. N A 8 bounded E! by I
M Evans, Plaintiff, va. ThelEvanH Bwy4 of 8W144 of SW1,4 8 7 20 Jnc. 1.72 Hy N bv Duncan land i,
The of that portion
Beg at SW oor of 8W V, of NH W
Defendant. Case No.riDER of NKVi\ of 8WVt that hv Morgan A: S by i
SB'4 A run E on Sea Mull 18 U Mr.. Sail]I. Tyson 3.43
line 607 2-3 ft. thenceN lies. W of road 13 & K

JND r NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEARTE to S boundary of 463 ft of NH of NWVt 3 8 23 LIVINGSTON. TIII'IIY ('0.* .VI-DIY, OF NKVi OF NKV4 M 11I: i
Ward City thence W of SWH S3 J. C. Dixon 2.18
OF FLORIDA to: Thelma
hand whose residence Is By- 607 2-3 ft, thence S to W'4 of 8W44ofNE4A Lots !. S, of Blk 5 3. W Robinson 1.10
t Hodpltal, Philadelphia. Pa. beg. 8 7 20 8 C. A. Crosby 6.79 SEH of NWH" 4 6 22 50 A. J. Bryan 1.83 ,I.ots 1, 4, nf Blk 8 Clyde Hankerson 2.66
Corn at SW cor of SEVi WH of SRiof SEH: ASEVi Lot S of Blk II Helen M.' Williams 1.10
|u are required to appear on of SIOH of NJo4 .4 6 23SH 30 Mrs. M F. Drown 3.40
of SWH\ A run B ISO Lots 3. 4, nf Blk 14 Helen W. William. I."
above. named
19th 1945 In the 2-3 yds N 80 yds to 8 of NEH: off : 6 6 23SH 20 E. Beam .98 E ft of Lot 3 of Fife i i
NWVy hall
and cause wherein plaintiff boundary of Ward City of SWH 8 6 23 20 Edwards, Eat. '..30E 11" Enoch Tyson 1,63Lots
divorce. Bradford County 6 Aof SH of NKQ' of
raph ahall publish this Order thence W 186 2-3 ydsS of 1, S, of Elk 19 CarrIe Turner 4.17
txt four weekly Issues. 80 yds to beg 8 7 20 3 J. P. Roberta 3759 HEVi SWH A: SH of NWH a s 23S3 25 Elisabeth Robinson Est. 5.47 WH of Lots 1, 3, of nile
Lots 1, 2. 10, 11, 12 Of S3 A W :To. Rouse A
tness my hand and officialat NWH of NEH! 9 I 40 Melvin drift) 1.10 44 of Lots 1, Fannie
Ward 8.7 20 O. H. Parker 3.73
[ Starke, Florida, this May Blk 1 City N 165 ft of SEVi of SWVi 8, of Elk 34 YoungMamie .79
Lot t of Bile 12, Ward Hits : of Elk 38 Hell
1945. 6 21 It-. .tlII
E of 4 Thelma Rhoden 1.42
City 8 7 20 Mrs. T. P. Ward Est. 1.93 tats 1 of Elk Llllle Martin
ICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomaa All SH of SWH E of RvHx 3 S3 .67
Ilerk of said Court Lots 5. 6. T. 8, 9, Blk 18 N 166 ft of SEV4 of Lot 3 A'' N 35 ft of Lot
William D. Morgan. Fifth Ward City 8 7 20 J. P. Roberta 21.45 E of Ry 10. 22 30 Milton Carter 1.58 I 4 of Hilt 13 Km' ma TTnghea .17
Lots 9 ot Bile 19 Late 1 I of Laura Whltmor.Hmms .
Clark Building 10. from SW Blk 43 1.10
Jacksonville Com 300 ft N
fca., Atty. for Plf. 6-18 4t 88IIRCTIT f Ward City 8 7 20 J. P. Roberta 2.24 Cor of EH of SWH ofNWH W% of Blk 47 Hughes 1.10)
Lots 5, 6. 7. 8, of Blk 20, .464. ft Lot 3 of Blk 48 BallU William 4.77''
&' E
L. O. Haa.n ".&5 run
8 29
Ward City 7 I '
cotnr BRADFORD Lot 12 of. Blk IS, .Ward.BlkU23. to Road thence N along ' .. .. ..t'fIl"G.lTOII..TRIlBY": IA .COhiADDlTION.TO' "'A"B 118t., a sa j '
PI.OPIO.4.LIN, a7 20 T. J. Baiter 1.64 road tOO ft thence
8' 7 20 O. H. Parker 15.29 483.9 ft thenoe 8 100 Lots 6, 6, I, I, 10 of Blk C'l.' \v> I 1
D. Hard, plaintiff VII. Vlr- Ward City 20 40 O. H. Parker I.n ft to'' pt of beg .10. 23 3 Jae. VcDanlel I.86 II 'I Rltoh 46.61
9 7 '
Hard Defendant. Case No.. SEH of SEVi H. L. 2.83 EH of SWVi\ of NEH 11 I 22 20 Unknown 1.99 'Lots. S. 11"* H 9 ft of
,SWH of NWH NWVI 20 Hough WH of SWH of NBH ItWH 23 20 A. 0. Roger .' .... I Lot.. of Blk 14 Floyd Oreen ",0' a

[TOER: OF PUBLICATION of 8WH" A EH-of SWH 13WH 7 20 L. 3461 of SWVi of SWH It I 39 20 Tom Hodge I.66 : Lot 6 A. HH, of Lot 6, 3 I
H. Hough
P'U NOTICE TO APPEARTE of NEH of BEVi 14 7 20 216 Weeks 15.29 WH of NF.V4'of HKV' 11 I 23 to J. H. Bailey .99 of Dlk 17 3. P. Roberts '.It '
OF FLORIDA to: Virginia* EH of NEVi of RKH: 14 T n Q 24)) R. A. 1.61 WH of NR14 of NRVi' 13 8 22 10 Charley Brantley I.U Lot 3 of Ink 31 Kd Atone 1.66
whose residence Is 2123 4th 8 10 A of HEH of HWVi 15 7 10 R A. W% of NBV4 A-.W,,' of Lot 11 of ilk 31 Walter Pearn.Unas 1.11.

1>e, Birmingham, Alabama.' NEW of SWH A'SEVi.of .NEVi of NWt4AE11 Lot 1,1, of Blk 2.1 Lee Styles 1.66 t
are required to appear on NWH & W%... ..t.NWVi 6.35 'A of SE% of NWH A Lot I of Blk S3 Jaa Clark 1."
100 C. F. Padgett
lUth, 1945, In the above. named of SE 14 15 7 20 1 A on N end of W 19 Lot 3 A. SH of Lot 4 of i
and cause wherein plaintiff All NWVi of NWVi N of 20 L. Z. William 2.64 A of SEH of NWH 13WsV 6 22 112 Mrs. Pearl Starling I.73 Blk 36 "f, ('. HolllngsworthJ. 4.07 t
divorce. Bradford County Road 15SEH 7 20 E* of 8W* of Lot I of Blk 80 : T. Kirkland. 1.18 I

raph shall publish this Order WH of NEH of NEVi, & 60 A, L. Crosby 11.90 12 6 23sVti0fofNSwVi0f 10 Sclplo West. ..51 Lots 4, 11 of L'lk 39 J. T. Kirkland. 1.31
Jxt four weekly Issues. of NEH 16 7 29 { SW*, 14 I II 20 K n, Bobsln 8.65 I
macs my hand and official N 8-4 of SE'A\vOf SWVi A It 40 John Johnson 6.77 TKMFI.K'H! ADDITION TO BTARKR 3ft n ,

t Starke, Florida this May N 3.4 of SEHA 1 A 8<] In HW Cor of t
I 1949. N 12 A of SEH" ofSEH NEH of SEVi of NWH 16 6NEH 22 1 West Orlffls .97 A strip nf land 60 ft wide ;

ICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoma. & S 6 A of NEVt of SEli of NW'yd M of Blk Jc 3. A 4 A f
,.rk of said Court. of SEVi A 1 A In SE' Ex 1 A In 8W Cor 16 19 3 9 P. T. Tyson 1.07 W of By 3 leased E I

T. Frank Landrum, Starke, cor of NWH of SEHM 20 79 A. L. Crosby 10.03 Com at SE Cor of NWH Lots 8. A. L. Ry S3.43
.tty. fur PH. &-18 4t 6-8 of Road 18 7 of SWH\ of HBVj A_run Blk 4 A, A. Annls (11
''"' WR071:3Ut.. of W% of N 138 ft W 330 ft tI Lots 8, 4, 5, of nile 16 J. P, Roberta 39.01
TlB OF APPLICATION / NEVI A E '125 2ft U C. A. Crosby 135 ft E 330 ft to pt Lots 7 8 0, 10 of Blk 1Dowling's ,
FOR T\X IU'IoD of KH of NWVi 17 7 20 88 AmerIcan Tune Oil of beg 14 6 22 1 Ardell Howard 2.76 Sub-Dlv IS' 22 W H. Preen. Eat

.Ornate mil No. 1.3. NWH of NWi Ex1 A 20 Mills, Ino. 15.&9 1'1' 3-4 of SEH of SEV4\ 17 8 23 SO Raymond D. Crawford 4.87 Lot 6 of Blk I A 1 Lot (
TICK 13 HEREBY GIVEN, Ry 17" American Tung bit 8ofE1.3ofNWyd of 00" 100 ft N A 8 by 63 H .
EIM L. Bradley holder* if NtL'o Lot 1 less 10 A 18 Mills Ina' 8.611 18 6 22 13 Lydia Tyson, Est ..75 ft W A. W In NW Cor s'
Vrtlflcnte No. 176, Issued they W of Ry 18 7 20 NWH 1,4of SWVi Ex 1 A of Lot S Dowllnw's Sub-
of All Lots 11 12, N of RiverA churchA Dlv 23 6 22i. Knuts Fred Lind
August A. D. 1939, has 40 Lam DavIs 1.60 In NE Cor for 4.97 \
name In my office and has E. f'Ry 13SWH 7 N% of HW"' of 8WH
application for a tax deed of NEVi A EH ofNWH A SEVi\ of SWH 18' S3 99 Elisabeth DeSue 1.88 M. JOHN'S AIIIHTION TO aTAIIKH 28. 22 f'' I

lamed thereon. Bald certiflmorares A H lAnf NWHof WI A of SH of SWVi ,
the following prop- NWH A NEH" of We.k. U.10 of SWH 18 8 23 t Z. R. Sawyer 1.76 Lots 5, 7, of Elk 34 Hunan M.. Wills t 37.01 j
In the County of Bradford, " NWVi. of HEH 22 7 20 IU R. A. N 2-3 of NWVi of NWVi 18 6 23 27 Alex Cummlnga 3.46 Lot 3 of Elk S3 Mary B, Maloney. Leo: .

of Florida to-wIt: SW""o' chns W of SHJ S 2-8 nf SWVi of NWH 18 6 22 27 LeRoy Dell 2.45 Lot 2, 4,. A. Lot 6 Ex .F'
of NWVi of Section 35, cor of Ser. 25 A run W All SWH of SWH\ E of 8 10 ft of Blk 34 W, P. Smith 8 44 1 4
hip < South, Range 23 East, 40 chna N 20 chna E Road Ex about 6 A In Lot 8, 8 of Plk 86 A. W Anderson 1.94: ,
nine 40 acres more 01' lean 40 chna S 20 chns to f. If. Watera 9.78 8K' Cor A NWH' of
am.e8tnent of the said. prop- beg 25 T 20 80 30 E. W. Rosier 2U: SWH\ E of Road. Ex CITY PAIIK W A C'. AUDITION: TO .TAItKBl M 22 : i je

'mdcr the said certificate EH tLot rEN14Wof NE%, 11 5 t1 Roster 4.44 2 A in NE Cor A UxIt .
Was In the name of Bertha NWH 12 6 U 40 E. A. Sweat. .95 A on W aide 21 6 23 47 Fate Brown S4.09 Lot I, 2, 6, 6, 7, 8, of
tn. of NEVi 2NEH 5 21 40 M. of Elk18ofRIE&N2T6 Elk 1 A. A. Annls 7.39 I
NWH .96 S 82H Ft of WH
'.a said certificate shall be ; of SW% 35 I 11 40 T N. Norman Lot 12 of Blk 3 Orange Lines, Ino. 33:811I..t : il J{

"'.d according to law they One-Half undivided Interest ft of NWVi of Blk 3 ',: 7 of lllk 8 J. H. Kirkland
< d.nrrlbed therein will, be In' NEH of NEH 8 of R 2 E &landf I ""i ," pays) of Lots 4, 6 of Btk 8 Al Roth 37.03 I ,

'I'' the hlsrheHt bidder at the Ex HA In NE Cor A of same. to road Ex f'J\' Com st NH Cur of SKVi
7 A In SE Sub- ; ; \ of NE'run: W 100
hnu.t door on the first Monn Ex about N 110 ft Temple'
the month of July. 194R-, cor A Ex Plotted landIn DIv 21-23 6 23 S UnknownS .M,. 446 ft H 15 ft for a pt of

I. thfr 2nd day of July 1945. Sw cor & Ex a strip 1R3H tt of SEU of : bag thence run \V Ion
ed day of May of Blka 4. 7, also all all trace ft' of B-lk 6 8 . ', ,. 100 ft to pt of .Leg 29 6 338H W. D. Bryan 4.U

that portion of NWH of R 4 W being S A \., ,. of Lot 4 of Elk 12
of "Ir'u; ,I It Curt .of Bradford of NEVi\ H] of road Ex In SW 'or of NEH:\ of \} .kln''"' Add to Htark 29 6 23 Floyd iron 5.78
Florida 1% 'A In Ncor A SWH Temple's. tJu b- Elk 12 Ex' tI'',. of Lot 4 I
6.R (OFFICIAL SEAL) Ex plotted land"In HE Dlv. 21 6 22 2 t.W.Feaele.' . 2.78 UaakIns' Ad. to Starke 29 6 23 Floyd Oreen 11.82 I

cor &: Ex a strip 180 Com at SW Cor of a 12 -* One tract or land 240 I
ft N A S N of Block 43 Walnwrlght A Mitchell 12.26 A tract formerly owned . .\" yds N A M l by 120 yd. i
4, Hellbronn Springs, 361H 5 21 by P. C. Goodwin' ,'tat. E W In HU! Cor of '
39. 22WH I 5 O. S. Kuter +
A In NWH of NEH and run E along H HKVi of HK'4 3.21 '
bounded S A W by side of said land to> SI-I) ,:1.f1'\: \ of NWV* of BE'/ ;
Road N by N line of Cor of Sarah Scott's land r..,.. KX': N A 80 6 23UH 14 Wllllei Lucas. I...

said NWH branch of NBVt A 36 5 21 I Francis L. Ollliame 1.91 8 105 va; ...tloro W a post about ,j'i! ". NEVi..f NWH A N 2 of A NEVi nf HWVi of N '*'

E by of NBV4\ 31 6 23 7 W. C. Harris 3.26
of NEVi
NWH of NWVi of SEVi, ASH Williams 1.07SE'4 thence NW to Beg InNEH ".,4 '
30 Enle MR Cor of HRVi
Com at I
1 8 21 of SWH in Tem
of NWVt of \ {.TT
U. 22 3 deo. Mcdee. ..'SW'4..runNIUft. I.
Sub-Dlv. ; p
Cor of NEVi 8.U pl.
A In SE '
1% I Jolla Fryer ( 8: 165 ft 12
21 of PIle ... W 628 ft .
6 316 ft .r( tW
of SEH\ N of road 33WV All the 8 to of heir 32 6 22 3 Florencer Clark 4.47 )
631 ft pt
of NEH A SEVi of no T. L. Wlilia l.u 2 8 of R :o.: "I lies t ,. Corn at HE Cur of ' of I '
SEH 5 8 21 E of dirt ? Ex lot ,,"
NWH\ A NWH of .. ' 6I'S g
'! .II A W ft ;
HWVi\ run
1.18 In NH Cor 148 ft sr| ,
Ex ACemetery S.86
of NEVi Kelly
SEH" 13 8 U It Fraeler Temple's Sub-Dlv n. 22 a Unknown for a pt of bear thencerun
N Its ft W 3(19( ft ,
N% of SEVi\ of SEVi Ex 1.13 Com at NE ('01" of SE'4 < ..
5 Unknown ', to road. thence southerly
T of SWH\ run
5 Guard I.U of SEH, road -lit
40 Emma along K side of \
SE of NK'4 8 7 21 S150ftW 149 ft for a .
Tina. thence B to
to Nee .
WH of NEH A: N% of pt of beg thence run 8 IIf bag! 33 6 22 S Unknown'I'' 3.19 : '

SEH of SE'4: A 1 A In 12 'ft W 41 ft of N beg 12 ft 21 6 22 Ouranla Ampraies 6.37 The pt H Ii2 ft of the W ", .
of E 44 ft to pt
Cor of SWVI HE'Ex .
NE 310 ft of NWH of /, ..1''r
SEVi A NK./ of SWVi: \ 21 181 J. J. & lofT J. Ogden n.,. Corn at NE Cor of 8EH .4 ;\.0 : that portion W of a-., ',
EXPERT & NWH\ of SEH\ 11 7 of SEH of SWVi A runS '. road 33 6 23 John Lampkln' 6.77

SE 7
NB Cor 20 20 H. S. Waller beg thence run NW Cor of NWH of '
ORKMANSHIP W% of 8W/ of SEH 20 7 21 ft 8 13 ftV 44 ft H HE44ArunE160ftH: I

55 A In 'Nor of NEH, 38 ft E 304 ft N 50 ft 31 6 22 Nick: Veslroupoulos 4-46 260 ft W: 140 ft N 250 i
deeded to William JonesEx to pt of beg ft to hag 32 6 22 1 Delia if. Knight 4.7S
Road A SH of SEMI:\ 73 Norman Blue 12.06 N KnighacreSub Blka 5,t8W'A 4 Com ar HE Cor of NWH ;.
7 21 D I v
of NWH 21 of 8K:'<4 21 6 22 8. A. L. ny 1.49 of SE'!,. A run W 144 ':
SEH\ W of 1 1runN1Urtl'tUltN'
All NWH of ft for a pt of beg thence
lLL 1 Lot In NE O. Wlae 1.18 Com at SW Cor of NWH\ ..'
WORK Road Ex 21 R. !
21 E side of t
Cor 24 7 7 Mra. Clyde MorganAll of SEH on IKO 8 ft W 373 ft N Ir
NEVi\ of NWH W of Young 1.18 Road 13 A run N along H 110 t I I
.UARANTEED W 9 1-3 A 21 7 21 said road 615 ft thence W\Jt2l( ft N flt05NIt W '

All NW'4Exof NEH W of E at right angles to 407 ft 8 654 ft B 319 \
Ry Ex S A sold C. A. said road 930 ft to Ry ft H 105fthi132ftto .
Crews A Ex B A sold thence 8 along Ry 157 ". ty i Pt of beg S3 | 22 I II. Chandler 3.90 '
C.\S 1. W. Wilson A Ex S A ft to>> S line of said Com at HK Cor of NWH I" t
KNTKUST: YOUR In NE Cor to Bevlll. A NWH of 8KVi' thence W of HK% A run N 308. : .

tST; HATCH TO OUR 5.Kx Wasdln 2 A owned by R.23WH 7 21 II 11.. .. Surrenc, '.0. to along PC of said beg line-10H 961 A ft 21 6 S3 11 J. E. Gale 4.53 ft thence for run a pt W S73 of ft beg N >! 4 r

CARETAG of Lots 18, 31 Wood 10 lL W Farilapd 1"4 Com at SE Cor of Bee 21 269 rt E' UI).? ft 8 S57.3 !f.1 '. 11
lawn 12 5 22 A run N 744 66 ft for ft to pt of beg U. S3One 3 Cap Chandler 3.37 '\

S4 Wood Sarah a pt of beir. thence run A S. In SW Cor of 1
ifrB. 1.76 |
of Lots 10
SH 5 U ft N 75 ft E 125 Johnson 3.94 '
lawn 1< Unknown W 135 Ida HankersoM 2.13 EH! of NWH of BKH 33 6 33 1 Joe 1
5 U 10 I.U ft 8 75 ft to pt of beg 21 6 22 '
Lot *.. Wood lawn 14 10 Stanley 9lrundals Com at 88 Cor of NWH .
15 5 U SUit or NWH of Bile nf HKH A run W 310 '1
Lot Sof 'Lotd160nWood I.TI 2 8 of Rim A N 110 t
of b.
Ayer I. Kenai' ft for a pt Iff I
WI"f 15 5SH u ft of 8WH of Bile S thence run N 105 ft W ''f, '.
WoodLot Stoker 2.14 S of R 2 E A land K 310 ft it 106 ft E 210 i
61 '
of Lot A.
15 5 II 5 E. O. Harvey 1.14 of same to road .InTemple's Clark 3.33 ft to pt ot bee II. 12 Clifford Chandler 3.06 ;'
It Mrll. 23 2 Rebaner
awn 6
5 ... Sub-DIV
62. Woodlawn 14 11 10 Sidney J. Stariln8Lot .... Continued 10)) ,;
Woodlawn 20WH Ii of SWH\ of NEVi, Ex 1.07 ( on. page 'J
rter 1, 21 4) 33 39 Daniel Lelternaa .'
Bldg. / '.14 W 50 tt
Starke Weeka i id
of of 8Ey4WW 3.41! 8 U 70 R. A.
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,". r' County Court House In Starke for I By order of the Board of County tiff .e.k. divorcee Bradford County: his devisees. unknown grant heirs*at*.:law.Fells legatees-. p..e.ori.-, page
op "J1kOTskl
I; h ....O,T* County Commlsgfnimirm the gale of casollna to be uiied byRoad rommlsMloners of Bradford County, Telegraph next four l shall wswltljr publish. tssnra.WItn this. OrderIn If living! and If *_. .. .t .ad gee Twp. Bge A n.. Owser Tax-'sty.

' *f Bradford County, Flornia. Maintenance equipment of Florida May 7, 1 46.A ... band and official unknown heirs at law. legatees. nah -
1 THOMAS. my w or Ri)
or 91914
The Board repervee, : Florence LINCOLN: CITY .50 Ita a
1 I win mnnivod sealed bids until thn County. Clerk seal at Utsrko. Florida this MayJOKKICIAI. devisees or grantee. 98N't
S .:.4) .eloc-Jc A. M. Jun 4th A. D. the right to reject any and all 1945. Wltkovskl. If living, and if dead Hattie
184i at tin ClerK's office In the bid*. 5.11 4t (-1i.v SEAL) A. J. Thomas, her unknown heirs at law. legatees' ( Gf Lot a of I'tk 15 Ella.. Starke
Wltkovslt 6 Williams
devisees or ; Lot a III
. - - - -. Bittnroim As Clerk of said Court. iftdeadld BIll 0 Phlltip .
.F 'F'. "F niirriT: coi'HT.: T. Frank Landrum. Stark. If living, and unknown Lots 5. 7, of : Joe .1 b l
('f lJ"ITY. FLOHIDAI 11 VIIATeCEII -. Hon. for Plf. 6-.Ii 4t t-l heirs at law,, legatees devisees or Lots Z. I. 4 of Elk 1 Rhetta Cummings nlOIl :
F.r Safety, Comfort and Economy . Y. Fla. Atty. grantees; Leo Wltkovskl. If living. Lots 8. 7 of Hilt 7 Eula Mae ltoberlOlI Itll
Dorothy"Hod "es' Bpclr.' Plaintiff rmcriT COI-IIT. Bn. i>FOHn and If dead, Ills unknown hairs at Lot I of Dlk 9. ..08e 'I!
"( VN.. Hubert. Edgar Upelr, Defendant IN(.'01'''IITY. FLOHIUAl IN"" CHAW- law, legatees, devisees or granteeHochla .. Lute I. 4, 5. 7. 8 of Blk lit:'1
T. J.
'" .FOR COlfKTEOL'.SCOKIIECT Cane No 3789.onDEn > l). Sanders also known a 13 AldermanN
(; OF PUBLICATION WlinilVMa Hawkins Plaintiff vs. Sophia O. Saunders. If living, andIf nr NW(4 of NW'4 EE 1.11
a i ANI NOTIPF! TO APPEAR CaNO'oIfjER .. dead her unknown heirs at law 8 A on W end & Eay
Hawkins Defendant
1; "IDU$ HTATE OF FLORIDA to: HubertEdgar O. K. legatees devisees o r granteeiSarah .: A vault lot n au: 111 J-l. E. JohnaS4

Sp'lr. whoHe addreHM Is. Pvt. OP pUBUCATION J. Wynn. If living, and If !. of NWJ, of N:!' also 1ty
Y ,INFORMATION / y6/ Hubert B. "', 84S16B8J. 2696 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR dead her unknown heirs at law. Com on IJ: line 80 ft W
Tech. Supv. Co. A.P.O. a94. % STATE OF FIXMUDA to: O. K. legatees, devisees or grantees; 1 of Ry and run S 15 degrees -
Please Phone 147FLORIDA T FoHttnaster New York New York. Hawkins. whose. residence Is un- James J. Wynn if living. and It W 280. tt thence
You are required to appear on known. dead his unknown heirs at law W 15 degrees N to W
June Mth 1945 In the above nam- You'ar* required to appear on legatees, devisees o r grantees; line of Sea 83 thence N .
BUSSES ed Court and cause wherein plain.tiff June Itlh. 1 S, In the above named Robert Keith as trustee for Hophoa to NW Cor or SWI, of
MOTOR LINES frradrord
seek divorce County Sophia JiJ to beg U a:3 25 The American
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff n. Sanders also known a* NWI ye thence Trust
Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn seeks divorce. Bradford County O. Saunders, Sarah J. Wynn and' Three A In SW Cor ofswy4 Co.U
; UNION BUS STATION next four weekly Issues.Witness Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn James J. Wynn, If living, and If of NW14 W of
; my hand and offirlalseal next four weekly lumies.Witness dead his unknown successors In Ry U 6 U :t Lougenia Smith
Y Ttwnpfe' Ave. LACY CONWAY Agent Starke Fla.Prompt . at Htarke, Florida, this May my hand. and official trust; Jesse N. Jones If living and 53 of SW'4 or SW1,4, U 5 II 29 Ch.rlott :D. Herr l9S

.. 10th, 1946.OFFICIAL. seal at Starke, Florida, this May If dead his unknown heirs at law A. L. Rlllbt of way 8r. 111
.Frr F r SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
i it' ( 1946. legatees devisees or grantees; AllY track from the mainline
f ; / As Clerk. of said Court. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Jones, wife of James D. Jones, If "Callah.n to Col.-
.h.. Hon. T. Frank Landrum Starke, As Clerk of said Court. living, and If dead her unknown man" In Sea as to Clay
Florida. Atty. for Plf. 6-11 4t 6-1 Hon. T. Frank Landrum Stark. heirs at law, legatees, devisees ,f>" County LI n. -
Service Careful Drivers Fla. Atty. for Plf. 5-11 4t 1-1 grantees, Jacob Johns if living, ah dif N miles through ", ,
IN CinCI'IT COl'RT. BRADFORD dead his unknown heirs at law Secs 13, U. III or TI "
row TV. FLORIDA IN CIIAN- Iff CIRCUIT COURT/ BRADFORD legatees, devisees or grantees; JohnD. S 8 R sa E 8r. through 1 '
CERY. CovN'rY FI.OUIUAI IN CHAN McKinley if living and If dead Secs I&2ofTi 7a ,
U ?; STARKE TAXI SERVICEand Leonard O. Oulllckson. Plaintiff ''c&ny. his unknown heirs at law legatees R U E S. A.., J.. R,. .
van Edna Cesse Uulllckson, Defen J. Wesley Rees. Plaintiff, ..... devisees. or grantees; Wilbert N 421 ft ot SW% 'of SWy JlryKg
dant. Cane No. 8764. Julia B. Reese Defendant. Case B. Rogers, if living, and If dead pnrtion N or ll.y at 5 n 7 :r.' Hard.nbl'OOk
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND N' 31n. his unknown heirs at law legatees, SWI of NW4 15 6 II U Bertha McW.ln. 7N
NOTICE TO APPEAR ORDER OF PUBLICATION devisees or grantees; Jennie Haga Lot 8. 7. or Blk 3 Lake 1.11Kln..I"r
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Edna AND NOTICE TO APPEAR man If living and If dead her He4ghte In
Cease Oulllckson whose, residence STATE OF FLORIDA to: Julia unknown heirs 'at law legatees. NE"U. 9 U Chas McMillan
:MACK'S TAXI SERVICE Is 67S Ashland Avenue, St. Paul B. Reese, whose residence I... 146 devisees or grantees; I. M. Frank Lots 8. 9. of E'III a Lak. 1.11KlnR'ley
,1 u Mln nellOl.. Diamond B 1'1 de Avenue, Haw and Company a corporation if I In Heights ID
You are required to appear on thorne. New Jersey. existence, and If not its unknown NWI434 4 as: 11. Do Mlm.a
': June llth, 1946 In the above named You are required to appear on successors, assigns trustees or E 3.4 offNWVI or 1.11
Phone 150 Court and cause wherein plain- June llth. 1 45, In the above named grantees; I. M. Frank and unknowpersons & W% ot NI!:%. toNW14
Court and cause, wherein plain- a partnership doing busl 38 6 :11: U Mary B. Maloney
e Day O Night tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County ness under the firm name and styleset All E- Ry right of way, 1, 7., U 521, 8. A_1. RI' Co. 11.11NW1,4
TN.graphIshall publish this 'Order L M. Frank an-company. and "M NEI, Ex 6 A In Its
I I In next four weekly Issues. any and all persons claiming any NE Cor. a 1 U as T. H. Lee
Witness my hand and official right title or Interest In and to Com at NB Co.. 'of SW'4'' lit
.- PERMANENT WAVE KIT veal at Stark. Florida this May the following described lands I In of NW le 8r. run 8 7&6tt
0M1ra 9th. 1945. Bradford County, Florida to-wlt: for a pt of b g. '
D.k: outsell at bom... (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Fractional lots A, Band C in thence run W574' rt to : .
COMPLETE CAR SERVICE Bach W.r.stain.tr4i .,* ? A. Clerk of said Court. Block One ((1) of Wynn's Addi- I road thence 8 108 ft E
Biuunt and' w vw Hon. William D. Morgan Bth Floor tion to Town of Starke, being In ; 614 ft N 108 ft to pt ' '
; i hampoo.eurlars.v. '*. Mon..r bwK.n_ Clark Building Jacksonville, Flor- Section twenty-eight'(28) Township of Deg a 7 22 tt.: H.. Kirkland
l + __Oilbe __ US d57. ida. Atty. for PIG 11.11.4t, 8-1 six ((6) South, Hang twentytwo SW'4 of NW\4\ 4 T Ja U 11'. L. Clou.h ill
e (22) EastGREETINGS Com At SE Cor or 9W'4 \ .II
,rd., r {S t t4l Koch Drug r StoreYOU'RE IV! CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD /!: of NE'4 8r. run N UO ft
COU1ITV. FLOHI A| I.V. CIIAN- You and each of you are herebyrequired to pi ot beg thence run
C'KRY. to appear, plead or answer W 250 ft N 15 tt E
t Ruth Johnson Jenkins, Plaintiff vs. to the Bill of Complaint filed 250 ft S 15 tt to pt of
{ a William Jenkins, Defendant. Case against you In, the above style beg IS T U Joe Hall
I41'1 R No. 8751. cause a suit to quiet and confirm SE'4 of NEW of NE1,4, 10 7 23 10 Wm. E. Green 1MNI4
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND I title and remove cloud as set out !: ot ye of SWy 10 T 112 10 Jeff BarnhlllNEV. .n
s f NOTICE TO APPEAR and described In the bill of complaint 8r. NE'4 of NW'4 11 T U 200 Thede. R. Parr r lt9ey.
STATE: OF FLORIDA to: 8st. on June llth A. D. 19411 of NE'". of SW'4 N
William Jenkins whose address Is, at the Courthouse In Stark. Brad- 'of proposed road II T 22 1. A'W Hohmann
32581057, Co. "Al 1252 Engineering ford County Florida. Herein fall 1 Lot 108 ft IIq In NW 1N
Combat Bn., A.P.O. 855 % Postmaster not, or a decree pro confesso will Cor of SEyE of SE'4' ofSEY4
New York New York. b* entered against you. T 22 Unknown
You are required on It Is further ordered that this LoEx' E 25 ft & w19 IIIZ5
A t 1e-r June 4, K4S, In the obo.:: named order. b* published In the EYadfon It of Lots 18. 19 10.
; F 6 LUCKY Court and cause, wherein plaintiff County Telegraph a newspaper 21. U. C. .1. Week' Sull-
,., seeks annulment and restoration of published In Starke, Bradford Dlv. 19 T ZZ Ethel Johnson
maiden name. Bradford CountyTelegraph County Florida once a. week for that portion nr It
you may escape injury in an shall publish this OrderIn four consecutive weeks prior to N'4 f NW'4 of SWI4
Washing Polishing Waxing next four weekly Issues. the 11th day <>f June A. D. 1945. W of Road 13 20 T 2:1: a Unknown ,
accident but can'l Witness. my hand and official IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have W 8 A of 834 of SW'4
you escape seal at ,Utarke: Florida this May hereunto. set my hand and the seal of SE" 20 T U 8 C. J."We.k. UI
2, 1946. of our said Circuit Court at Starke SE" flf .
CERTIFIED LUBRICATION t financial obligation. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Bradford County Florida on this Bof' SWNW, INW'4V'
As Clerk of said Court. the 7th day of May A. D. 1945. 21 T U 30 T. 'J. Alderman UI
about Automobileand lion T. Frank Landrum Stftrke, A. J. THOMAS One A on N aide of SE" '
Polishing: & Waxing By AppointmentOnly Inquire Fla. Atty. for Plf. 5.. 4t 6-27 Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford of NW E of 8r. adJoining .
County, Florida road U 28 T:113: 1 Daniel P. Loper
J Accident Insurance. IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD (OFFICIAL SEAL) SW\4\ of SW'4 28 7 U 40 J. D. Thompson ill
1r rOVMTV' FLOHIUAl IN"" til; AN. Joe Hill William... Lake Butler, SE'4 of SE'4 27 7 J3 40 J. D. Thompson III U''
CE14Y.Myron Florida. !Solicitor' for Plaintiff. Lots 19. 10 In McCaU' :
Fuchs, Plaintiff vs. Elsie 5-11 4t 8,1 Addition to Hampton 30 7 U Earl Saxon
Charley E. Johns Fuchs Defendant. Cane No. 8753. tae 1 & W 20 ft of Lot 1 I.:

Agency COUNTY FLOJUl/. IN: CHAN- Addition 80 T 23 Unknown
STATE OF FLORIDA to: EIIleFUCh" CERV.Louis Elk 6 Hampton Park 31-32 T za Mr. Sarah Bru&'er

b FULL SUPPLY OF CAN whose residence Is 210 Beach (Lulgl) Tlrella. Plaintiff Vs. NEJ- of NWVtExSA10of '
II' OILCARDEN'S Phone IS STARKE, FLA.Keorasantln Walk Honolulu. T. H. Antonletta Maltemil Tlrella, Defen- road & Fax a A on N _.
You are required to appear on dant. Case No. 3772. end 8r. Ex 8 Alit smror'
June 4, 1946, in the above named
& all of
i SERVICE STATION4VAN ( ... ,Court seeks and divorce.cause wherein plaintiff NOTICE TO APPEAR E of Ry 0" frlLcl Lot 8 3t T 28 32 Ota Chason try
Telegraph shall publish this County OrderIn STATE OF FLORIDA to: Anton- Lot a of W% of NWI4 31 7 211 10 Melissa Simms
letta .
four MaltemU Tlrella % Sonora Sys ot NE14 ot SEy &
next weekly Issues.Witness
II. GARDEN. Mgr. STAIIKE, FLA. ,... my hand and official Maltessl (Mother), Via Llnguanta. SEy. of SBVi 23 T 22 80 Hardln & WeUner U
seal Starke.Florida Mod lea. Province of Racusa Sicily: NE1,4 of NEW 24 7 22 40 J.. D. Thompson t
at this
t Cor. Temple Are. &: Call St. *THE TRAVELERS Hartford, 2. 1945. May You are required to appear nn N 400 ft of Nfe:% of SEVi, 84 7 23 12 U W. Alford '
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A.' J. Thomas June 16th.. 1946. In 'Ih.ab v.-named NW% of NWVi lIS.7 22 40 J. D. Thompson l'
As Cleric of said Court Court and cause wherein plain 8W% of NWV4 Ex1 1 'A
Hon. T. Frank Landrum Starke tiff 1 leeks divorce Bradford County for school & Ex Ry. 35 7' 22 37 J.. A...Mlllldan
I Fla, ,Atty.' for Plf.44U627 Telegraph shall. publish this Order W 18 A of NV4 of NW%
... In next four weekly issues ._ . OCREltEz; Church Lot "
IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD Witness my hand and official : 40x60 ft ''2 8 22 1':1. 3.'Swindleg I
COUNTY FLOHIUAl CHAN seal at St.rke. Florida, this May N% of NWM of SWH 2 22 20 A. W. Hohmann
(,&R Y. 10th.; UU.OFFICIAL. N1034> ( of NEV4 R 8 22 40 Unknown I
William Llffhtfoot Plaintiff, vs. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, EV4 of SEVi of SWVi S 8 22 20 Unknown ll
Rllla !!). Llghtfoot. Defendant. Case As Clerk of said Court. All 8V4 of NWV4 W of
\\II/\ No. 3987. "- Hon. Walter C. Hardesty Daytona. road 43 EC 11 A to
ORDER OF PUBLICATION Beach Fla. Atty. for Pit. 6-18 4t 6-1 Manning & Ex 1.,A to
S ( t AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Moorrr &: Ex t A to
STATE OF FLORIDA to: RlllaR. NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTERS Chandler ,12 8 22 23 W. A. Jones 1''
Llshtfoot whose residence is SALE 8WK; of 8WH VT of Ry
(358 Uelinar Street St. Louis, Missouri. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ex 10 A In SW Cor 12 S 22 1S:1. H. Lawrence Est
under and by virtue of a Final Lot 5 of Blk A The Haven -
You are required. to appear on I Decree of foreclosure made and NWVi of NEH 13 8 23 T. A. Bower
June 4, 1945 In the above named rendered on the 12th day of May E 840 ft of SH of NW%
Court and, cause, wherein. plaintiff A. D. 1945; by the Honorable A. Z. of SEH 13 8 22 15 D. Iurr Jones
seeks divorce. Bradford County Adklna, Judge of the Circuit Court E 200 ft of NH of NWH .
+lf Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn In and for Bradford County FlorIda of SEH 18 8 22 < R. Willys Rivers If
next four weekly Issues. sitting In Chancery In favor All 19 8 22 640 A. W. Hohmann p:
Witness my hand and official of Eva L. Fernnndes. as Executrix Blk 3 of Oovt. Lot 1 Lake
seal at Starke !!Florida this May and Trustee under the Last Will Slde'Sub-Dlv U. 22 J. E. Smith 1
>. 1945. and Blk/ 4 of Oovt. Lot SLake
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, de a sedgasnplaint ffEandragainst Side Sub-Dlv. 22 8 22 H. C. Wall i
_ A.S Clerk of said Court. Hlandlng' Center. Incorporated a Blk 8 of Govt Lot 3 & E
lion T Frank Landrum Stark, corporation, defendants, the undersigned 165 ft of Oovt. Lot 4
Kla. Atty. for Pit. 64t 5-27 as Special Meter In Chancery Lake Side Sub-Dlv 22 8 22 F. W. Hollcy Il
will offer. for sale before the NEV of NEVI & EH Of
r = IY CIRCUIT cornr A..n..o South" Front Door of the County NWH\ of NEH 23 8 22 81)t.: Z>. Thompson Il
des,1 WAIT' COUNTY FLOIlIOAl IN CHANCF.HY. Court House at Starke. Bradford 15 A E of clay, road In
; County Florida/ on Monday 813: Cor of SEH' of
Paul Stuart Trlbble, Plaintiff v... JUNE FOURTH 1945 SEH :24 8 22 & Frank P. Miller 1
Florence Alolne. LaGrange Trlbble, and y.'Jl' sell to the highest and. 3 A In NE Cor of NEVi
Defendant. Cane No. 3763. best bidder therefore for cash the N of Lake 28 8 22 3 Frank P. Miller V
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND following described. lands, situate NVi of SWH of NWVi 25 8 22 20 Jim Speed But. i
NOTICE TO APPEAR lying and being Bradford County Lotsm 1, 2, I, 4, or fracl .
b1t + I > STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr. Florida to-wll: Sea Ex plotted lands 35 8 22 110 Leigh M. Pearaall 14
t % Florence Alolne LaGrange Trlbble Beginning at a concrete mon
whose residence and post office ument at the New Southeast corner INDIAN'\ BRACII 33-30 8 23
2///IV\Z address Is % Mabel Puck! (Mother), of Call and Water Streets
J m-10th Street Brooklyn New Call Street being Eighty Feet Lot SLot Robert S. Scott
York. wide, in the City of Starke. 7 V: L. Phifer I'
You are required to appear on Florida, thence run S. 72 degrees Lots, 24, 21 J. A. Vltatoe 1 ;
June 1. 1945 In the above named 18' E. along the South; line of Lot 30 C. A. 'HLot o ok

Court seeks. and divorce cause, Bradford wherein plaintiff County Call Street. 220.00 feet thence 37'O.. J. Bryant Matthews '

Telegraph shall. publish. this Order feet3thenceerr'unaS6672;! deg ees Lot 49 W. 8. BlnchleyUnknown to
In next four weekly Issues. 18' E. along the South right of Lot 61
1 Witness my hand. and official/ way lino. No. Lot 11 Indian Beach Unit
i} igS seal at Htarke: Florida this May. 281 280.00 feettthencegrun 8. 17 No. 3 35 8 22 John M. Rose i
8, 1945. degrees 65' ,V. 100.00 feet. thence Lots 8, 8, 11, 13, W of
(OFFICIAL SEAL) .A. J. Thomas rUn N. 73 degrees 18' W. 280.00 Road 80 & Lot 4 Kx] .12
SS 3' ) As Clerk of said Court. feet thence run N. 17 degrees A In NE Cor *Lots K,
Hon. Walter C. HardeHty, Daytona 55' E. 25.00 feet thence. 12 Ex: plottedland"' 36 8 23 200 Leigh M. Pearsall it
run N.
Tftose 'PEACE Reach, Fla, Attyfor PIG 6-4 4t 527CIRCUIT 17 degrees 18' W. 220.00 feet to Lots 2, 8, 5, 6.. W of
tilings are Bonds boa! the East line of Water Street road 80 1 9 22 92 Leigh :M. Pearsall 1
COURT nn\OFOnO thence run N. 17 degrees 65' E. Lot 1 W of Road 80 & a'
e ('EItY.Roger"OI' TY.. FLOHIOAl' Street 100.00 f..eC'to the point of
.... Armand Gralllat -Plaintiff, beginning. All the above land C. A. Knight
Virginia Wilhelm Oralllat. De lying and being In the Northwest Tax Collector, Bradford County.
fendant. Case No. ST41.
Quarter of the Southeast
1rI.1 YOU cash War ORDER OF PUBLICATION ter of Section Quar
a Dondno better
-TQEFORB feeling than knowing the 9 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR (28)

,11 > ait. Spend a minute thinking of money's then it you really should need 3 3t Virginia STATE Wilhelm OF FLORIDA to: !Mrs. Township Twenty-two Mix,,((22)(6 l..s5uth.Fast In Rang the Can Use More Pulpwood
Oralllat whose
the days when City or tark* Bradford 44
1 j I Font Office Address Is %1 Creed- Florida. County ,
W'1 more Stat Hospital Winchester.
t But the fe not alL Those bonds help .Hlvd. & Hillside Ave.. Queens Coun i fi1 Master K. FERRYMAN WniTB/TIMnEK DKPT.
ty, I... I. New York and whn. Joe HillSpec LakehIltier.
Chances are you've saved more in guard this country against inflation. Residence Address Is 119 West 76th- qJuJu4. -- Florida Solicitor..for Plaintiff.! Container Corp'n. of America Fernandina Fla.

b' d 1 those bonds than you've ever saved in The money you spend unnecessarily Street New are required York. N. to Y.. on .5-18 3t S-1 ,

'your life. And if you keep them till helps bringon inflation.And that means r......-. ?.-*1945...,""in e, the--!....lIna.p.m(? pl-intlff, All NOTICE TO-CREDITORS

;w'4 maturity,they'll be worth four dollars -well, another depression. Dad times seek divorce Bradford County mande persons against having the estate claims of or Lur-d*. SEARS TIRES

''ert + for every Are*you put in!What you're after the war instead of good ones. In'."next"rap"'four Bead weekly Puonan Issues.tnls Order line notified Grant. deceased are hereby ALLSTATE de luxe TRUCK

)W {w ,11) '1 >holding there can be a home of your Bread lines instead of jobs. Witness my hand and official I Judge In and Bradford required* 5Ialf.t.strkeFlorida this
t April Florida
own, some day. Or a start in Itt45. In County;
your own So take it That's the Fi '>U1". *' Starke
Urth. .
business. your future (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas ida l THEY'RE ROAD TKSTEI
College for kids L"1'!! eight calendar months
j your . you're holding. As CI..rkf said Court. from dale
1 Bon Walter C. of the first' publica-

And peace of mind for you. There's Hang on to your bonds! Reach. Fla." All,..-Hardesty for Pit. {-.Daytona 4t 6-27 tion will become of this. void notice accOrding or the to same law THEY'RE GuARA'i'1'.Prlceo.

m IV TIIII CIRCUIT COURT Rir.IITH Thus M.LY HARRY 18. 1945.H. WHEATI.EY .* effective May 1, W
.llU.C.\L: CIRCUIT' y
OF F1.0R .
N l ft j r IU4. lV AND! FOR RItUFORO line Administrator Grant, deceased.of the estate of Lur. and do NOT Include Federal Excise

s KEEP FAITH WITH OUR FIGHTE llOYD tOVNTY.W. I'V "IANCJoRY. Knight & Knight. Stark. Florida j
Plaintiff. HOfI.oWAY, Attorneys for Admr. 6-18 4t 6-8 Size Iply .Pr1ce Size !IP8 Ii :;;
-vs.DRURY- CALL 60O-1S 6 18.95 600-20

.- ; REDDistr. et at, Sealed bide for FOR BIDS e 650-16 6 '21.91 650-20 STOO18 3J.t1
; Bill' WAR BONDS FOR kf/ Defendants. construction of "
ORDER garag* and storage 8
OF PUBLICATION 6 26.25 100-20
b. CitylCouncil
lIy Ih.
f AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ri'V"V..! at k l0r
the In 750-16 700-20
Stark 8 361.10
STATE Florida, 4111
DruryE If FLORIDA TO: unlll 8:30 P. M.. E.W.T. 8
on Tu.a
R.ddl..h.' 700-15 6 24.82 150-20
living, and If day .h. t
FLORIDA BANK dead his unknown heirs at law. which ' of Jun.., 1945. at 700-17 / 150-20 I :

y at STARKEMember legatees. Frank, devisees also known or grantees as I.Isaac M. !'' read aloud.will* b. publicly bids. and 750-17 6 8 P 29.80 39.11 825-20 :gr{ ,

; Federal Deposit Insurance' Corporation Frank il\ln*> mnd If dead his / Sllgbtl1
ryh unknown at law legatees and specificationsbmayrbe obtained HAYON" Tires Available at
Member Florida National Group ski If living or grantees, and If: Louis dead Wltkov.his unknown Starke.t the of City' Clerk of Higher Prices

heirs at law; legatees, d .
said City Council
eIIJ.t 1F..t. vlsees or' Mary O. Wit- the right to waive reserves IF YOUR SIZE IS NOT SHOWN ASK FOR rr
rr.eery InformaU-
""''-I _"" ands th. ... k" k.1' Loufs Wltkov. any
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Deprlas..t or to
M4 W. reject
Ad..rd.lV t.ousapi / ski I. living and If dead her un bids. any or all For Further cunn1ngll
known heirs at law, legatees de5K2" Information Telephone or Write to Roy
or grantee. STARKE. 532 W. iIIor.yth .
: Benjamin R. St. JackSonville.letliid
i Witkovskl. Tf living, and If dead 5-l 5t 6-15 Bjrl Carl Johns, SEARS-ROEBUCK a: CO.
city: Clerk


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