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: June 1, 1945
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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 )
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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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To Cool-Headed Logic, . Sgt. Anderson
mis11l BRADFORD

'nu To Settle For "Back To Sitcks In 'J6", COUNTYTELEGRApH j 1 t tJ J


Philippine Islands, one side of the globe to the other. ,
May 1945 And as for discharges almost at Official County Publication Established In 1811 f '
8th. I once for four and
five
May
Tuesday years service VOLUM I\IXTY-StVEN! ; .
y IS 'tomorroW side of theLional -I would dismiss that as 'SANnr.. .UUU..A..Kll, JIINtI I. 1945 .NIIMIU'I: 'rIIlUT\-TWO !

date line so for you wishful thinking also. Fully half u ;;
Monday, of the Dixie Division ,
still is
$ composedof

t at as homelt'i reto vice.draftees national Most with guardsmen over Not four-Commtasioned years and 1941 ser- k * : Gee Fales Invites Public To Camp !



I this nI morn.bask dlf'-- I Division idea Officers of in are half combat In the this,personnel including category.most of The a IiNVIQ) fIL IJEII TI ) : For Infantry Day, June 15; Guests I'


rhydratedcanned non-coms, being packed off home
is) obviously ridiculous. The Honor Roll for Bradford County's men and women in the armed Will See What Makes IRTC Tick i

pruaa enfer +-, t ; There are plenty of sober services and those who have died for their country will be dedicated in an ,

lam duty thinkers here, though who are impressive service Sunday afternoon at'3 o'clock. Prominent civic officials will
not o t I
p mlsm-tat-loone.
,kh.Jake" : Sgt. Sponsored by the JonEjJ-L ngford.White American head the delegation from Starke I
4 Jerry Ix>hr (N.Y.C.), hot horn Legion Post, the dedication to the

J.Columbia..-, man with our Division Band, ceremony will be held on the west side of the courthouse square and Infantry open-house Day at Clamp observance Blanding.of

( tor**! a expressed. "I a think more, the logical war viewpoint with- the public is invited, especially the parents and friends, of service men and Friday June 15. where the natlon'l !
-
largest
women. Infantry
sheet ofgraphed Replacement -
Japan will be
over by Christmas.
Training Center
Ion desk. "Here', what And It will be some of The Board of County Commissioners: erected! the Honor Roll board In the war-winning Doughboys will honor

my us think, quite some time after tribute to those who are serving and sacrificing In order'that
been waiting for, was, might con- Major General E. W. Fales,
that before
ompanjlnff comment. home hearth Dixie lads' reach the tinue to enjoy living in freedom. commanding general of IRTC. has
fires, for
vas an''"extra" ,of ours wan The x Issued personal Invitations to a
paper among the last divisions to following program has been arranged for Ute dedication: <
number of
ixle Division dally: mlmeo civic leaders and other
"NEWSDA," Across the come overseas well-known Florida citizens and I
I of the sheet' In two Master Sgt. Sam Brown (Birmingham : has extended a welcome to the '
li top IItY letters was the word ), chief clerk In our O-3 Processional military band from Camp Blanding. .t general public to attend Camp

INY, and below was the office, took a cool view about Salute to the Flag-Led by Robert G Green, American Blandlng's celebration.
getting h 0 m e. "
ord in similar styleand Bald, 'that while there's"They life say there', he Legion Post Commander. Camp visitors that day will see '

TJRRENDERS.that's Jake'one-was of hope.! And so I'm hoping!I" Recognition and seating of Gold Star Mothers and .. which the actual firing of the weapons ''i
; half right; promise to bring an end to
o things we've all 'been An Interesting sidelight is fur- Fathers. Japan's gory Empire. They will

[ for.r nished by a Filipino, Marcarlo P. Selected number by the band. see attractive booth displays Illustrating -
In the morning I asked Agustlne who lives at Katldtuan. the equipment and
Scripture reading-the Rav. W J. Churchwell Meth.
|oeKal er (Brooklyn) who He I. a University of Manila training methods of IRTC units,
'EWSDAY, "How did you graduate and has taught school odist Church. K ; and will be taken on a tour of

have time to stencil those In this neighborhood for the past Special prayer for boys and girls in service-the Rev. elected ranges< and training areas

surrender headlines and 24 years. Right now he Is our Grover Alison Episcopal Church. ,* to see some Interesting phases of
ft the extra out before chief clerk and keeps up with actual training.The .

aid tT" "That wan easy," time and pay of the Filipino "God Bless America"-Band. GEN EoY. FALER more spectacular Infantry
armed me; "I made that gremps we hire. He gives us a Placing wreath in memory of those who have made ''" weapons such as the bazooka,

"with, thiMie headlines last Filipino viewpoint to mull over. the supreme sacrifice-By a Gold Star Mother flame thrower and grenade
brr-al! I had to do thisg "We Filipinos! ," he told me. "are Capt. Brownlee launcher will be demonstrated for
was type In the' date very happy fhe war In Europe Is Address-A. J. Thomas. the guests, and a mass Jump will

annual details:'.' Cleverur over, sir. When they feel the Star Spangled Banner-Band. be made by paratroopers of the

> you can see he had weight of your great country, the Prayer of Dedication-The, Rev. Lewis Haines, Baptist Airborne Infantry Ceremonies
ivrr optimistic war against Japan may be over Church. Speaks at Rotary will b e cllmazed by a formal
announcement of V-E Day In five or six months. Then we parade of several thousand Blan-

Gl.a hard in a can see our brothers and sisters Capt. J. M. Brownlee ding-trained troops i
i-flghting Since Gold Star Mothers and Fathers are to be signally honored, it is son of
sort of way. Our opera- and families again, and so can Mrs. J. M. Brownlee of Starke Mayor C. A. Darby has been
iTgeant, John "Judge" Ri- you Americans." I added a men. urged that they make a special effort to be present. was a guest of the Rotary club Invited to lead Starke'a group of

ko Charles! )-and we call tal "Amen" to his latter statement Wednesday, giving a thrilling account guests. Others
Jse because he hands down The families of many Filipinos of the famous First Division , from this com-

Ion on every subject, no here are on other Islands of *H from ,the time of Its landing munity General who Fales have Include been Judge Invited A, by Z,

how little he knows about the archipelago. Filipinos are In North Africa In the fall of Adkins of the Eighth:I Circuit
sed to let our Fill plno scrupulously polite, good natured 1942 on through the crossing of Court
; City Councilmen W M.
y, Sosema Kale, do. his and Intelligent and we have learn- the Remagen Bridge into Germany ,
this morning( "I might ed to deal,with"them- as equals, 1,346,080 I Lieut. Col. McClane Cited for LeadershipOf a few weeks ago. Torode Edwards, E.1C W,G.Hayes Duncan and W.C. A.E.

leave for home before It not as "natives. Their; English F.A. Battalion in Fighting on Anguar' Highlighting his talk with 'anInterestlni' Knight: City Clerk Carl Johns;
y!" Judge opined. He hadY Is slightly tinged with a Spanish display of captured President Av J. Thomas of the

been listening to a cur- accent. They have been badly Corn Sold Having helped blast Jape out of German equipment, Capt. Brownlee Btarke Chamber of Commerce; ,
itrlneogram alleging] that Used by the Japanese during- the caves on Anguar, ,and Pelellu of I praised the courage and stamina Judge.E. K. Ferryman chairmanof
with four and five years t t years' x the Palau group In i the>"Carolln. of the America "doughfoot. the Bradford County Chapter ,

would ba discharged, this .Opt John: Fatkln (Fro tb A human
!t- 'MdV)-.and he appropriately long green" to and the Field Artillery battalionhe body aan take'the punish- COlolnty.Commlsllonerl, p D. Red
James Tofanl ,(Clifton 'named..for he's quite a chubby farmers this season. commands "moved back" a Lithe ment it doehe said In describing dish B. L; Crawford and J. I.. / ,
Is, Pa.) clerk In our pill- fellow-Is the clerk for our M. ready totaling $ ,: in March to "a so-called rest the miserable conditions under Wynn all of! Starke ''and -T, C.
(medical) detachment, P.' Company. When I asked State Farmers camp", but there was little time which infantrymen', must fight Chastain of Hampton and M O. I
'd (and probably rightly him when he thought we'd Ret: to relax as "we worked harder "An officer has to move around Harrell of Brooker; State Senator
I'll bet the people back home., 'he said: "A year and a On May. 17 than,, ever before," Col. McClane and keep in touch with his men. Charles E. Johns; State Represen-
really have a Jag on to- half at least for I believe It will director of State writes. He has a chance to dry out his tative N. D Wainwright Jr.;
Amerlcanit have a habit kets sent L. M. clothes and get a little rest, but Sheriff A O'AndreuTax
take us that long to beat them Former Bradford County farm ; ,, Assessor
hrating great events In a We barely have a foothold ax office to the agent, now on leave of absence, the doughfoot must stick in his E. W. Hayes; Tax CollectorCarl
Wa)', .d cold, wet foxhole and take it, day A,
yet on any Japanese homeland. assist the corn Col. McClane has commanded the Knight; Superintendentof
er Sgt, Charles] PollmanI Our G-l left today for General keting their crop. 318th Field Artillery Battalion of In and day out, Capt. Brownlee Public Instruction Arthur R.

I clerk In our Inspector MaoArthur's headquarters to get the 81st (Wildcat) Division for stated. McRae and Supervisor of Regis
1 I"s office, told me: "I the actual factual information on Mr. White more than a year. The outfit left The frightful cost of the Invasion tratlon J, R. Kelly.Rationing -

changed my mind. Just V-E readjustment plans, so by the day that through Frisco 1 a s t June stopped off ; of Normandy, both In men
always said, I think V-E time you read this we will probably I of 1,346,080 dozen three weeks in Honolulu and then i and material was described by Board
s six sold through the / the speaker vivid language, The .
:
months will
see most know exactly where we stand sailed for the Palaus. Describingthe __
i the way home:.' and what the score Is. Be sure at an average price rugged fighting on Anguarand First DivUlon was not. the first Receives Warning ,'

amount of unfounded opo.tor of one thing: we over here are per dozen. Pelellu, Col. McClane says: ashore that day and their landingwas Of Sugar Shortage
an almost Immediatehome anxious for V-J Day for thoughwe Corn la currently made even 'more bitter by

evident among our enjoy the sights and people, cents a dozen, while strong"There enough really aren't to describe many words the fact that the beach they W t.. Blair, chief clerk of the
" early season
appallng. Comnse there's no place like home. Bradford \
Seeing men die is not a County rationing board
very the bodies of dead American soldiers -
dictates that the full As for me, I'll consider myself Is In receipt of the following tele-
pleasant experience, especially .
i peace In Europe cannot lucky if I get "back to the sticks Vehicle Praising the bravery of -
from James
gram H. McCoy, District
when know it's because of
you the average O.I., Capt. Brownleetold
o be
felt "<
ground in 46.
among some treacherous Jap In a hole Food Rationing] Officer: "
>f this theatre for months Tokyo radio yesterday announced Will Not of one soldier who had both
or cave or pillbox. Honestly you blown off "Sugar supply available for remainder
'. If for legs by a land mine, but
only tile reason i that Japan was con- Preference to feel no more than If you were who of 11945 seriously cur-
akeg stayed at his post, giving direction t
time to assemble] and sidering a break with the Ger- You have to Taking time out for a cigarette I ailed. Maximum
t I killing rats. dig to his buddIes after o-lv. allowance of I
men and materiel from man government Ha! The Office of them out or blow them out or on the sandbags- of his. )ing himself a morphine shot and; sugar for home canning and preserving '

portation issued this in some cases Just bury 'them dug-ln command pert thin "of- having the stumps of his ]legs for home use may not ,
I
or" Inman New Store Building eral order and a where they are. They never quit. ficial" snapshot of Cot McClane sprinkled with sulpha drug to exceed, 15 pounds instead of 20
policy outlining the It's not bravery, it's a fanatical wan taken on Anguar, about D prevent infection pounds per person, and the family I
n't Like Japs, Being ErectedOn erence that may be notion that is instilled in their plus 5.Artillery. The First Division, which has unit consisting of more than eight Jt+

/M H. Call StreetA erans of the present souls so deeply they just can't a proud record of combat In both persons> may..not obtain more than ,
Inman, a formerof ing for certificates think. On Anguar and Pelellu School, Fort Sill, Okla- World Wars has suffered 248 per- t20 pounds of sugar Instead of

the House o( Repre- concrete block store building sity for the they had some caves 100 feet homa. He was graduated from cent casualties since going over- 160 for such purposes. !

ea from Bradford County :0x40 feet Is being constructed on mercial motor .c"I underground and four stories the University of Florida In 1936 seas, meaning that it has been "No board may grant for home \
1 known to many friends West Call Street by R. O. Nun- The order, high. You can imagine the toll and held a 'commission in the replaced two ,and a half times. canning for 1945 canning season '

"Gator" (a nickname won nery who announced that he will applies to the it takes to get them out. R. O. T. C. Before being calledto Very few of the original officers more than 70 percent of the total j ,
S. operate a sporting goods and auto to veterans for the In February Col. McClane was and enlisted men remain Capt. amount of sugar It granted from j
football
days) Is nowas supply business. trucks. The poll c presented the Bronze Star "for active duty in March 1941 he Brownlee stated. He describedthe Feb. 29, 1944 to Dec., 9, 1944 in-i 'I 1

a chief petty officer The new building on the ooints out that no meritorious achievement III connection I had served for several years as amazing rapidity with which elusive,

e Seabees in the Pacific south side of Call St, between be granted to with military operation I farm agent for Bradford County. the Americans could move fully- "Further instructions oa means

Dicandlo's! Curb Market and the to acquire new against the enemy on Anguar Island Col. McClane' wife and two equipped divisions/ Europe, and of staying within quota will fol- I Ilow

recent letter to friend home of H. C. Brown. The property senger carrying: Palau Group from Sept. 18, sons, Tom and Don are at prelent gave this mobility a large shareof I All boards should immediately -
"
states was leased from Mr. Dlcan- vehicles. In 1944 to Oct. 7, 1944. credit for the win over Ger- compute quota at 70 percentof
that "The that the residing with his parents, Mr
atrocl-
witted order says The citation accompanying the many. "The Nazis Just didn'tfigure such issuance in 1944 as revealed "
by the Japanese dlo.Mr. been wholly award stated: and Mrs. T. K. McClane Sr., In we could move that fast," ,on form R-321 report and
eoUs has been an em-
and Nunnery
unbelievable vehicles are just not Lake .
City.May
said.
bad as the ploye of the Starke Taxi Com- "Colonel McClane landed his he use greatest care In .Issuance. tonsure
Germans-and Any veteran of the Capt. Brownlee returned to the that for 18not
too good for some time and will con Field Artillery battalion of 155 quota season
for pany
them. for and States early in May and will rejoin '
apply BlossomTo .
has been tinue there until his new store may mm. howitzers on Anguar IsId exceeded. Break down quotas
'
rd operating with Is completed. He has had experience the ODT a on September 18 and there- his Division at the expiration to monthly basis to assure uniform
Present Dance
In ILnd Fifth fleet: He in auto supply stores in for one truck for after throughout that combat displayed of hU furlough. He wears Issuance.. "
the Hawaiian. Islands, I South Florida. the furtherance of exceptional Initiative and Students In RevueA the European Theatre ribbon with
there was sent Into the owned and operated energy In emplaclng, supplyingand six battle stars, the Purple Heart Baptist Church
*e defense, seeing action him.,without showing, fighting his battalion from sprightly dance revue. Incor- with cluster, the Bronze Star and
and Luzon "Now I'mi Offers Free Rent civilian, that the positions, widely separat- porating well-known professional the Silver Star with cluster. This Sunday morning at the I

ilkjo'i backyard and i For Three DaysW. tion is necessary to to obtain the most effective talent will be presented by May His Interesting collection of trophies First Baptist Church, the pastor
Will fort. An ODT Blossom and the children of her which included every thing
that fixed up r against the cavernous enemy the Rev. Lewis D. Haines will use
fellow he H. Hayes of Gainesville required for the employing] on two days dancing class at the Park Theatre, from 'saw-tooWied Nazi daggersto as his subject, "The Burden Bear- 4"
owner and operator of 60-odd used vehicle. laying of several howitzers I Friday night June 8, at 9 o'clock. ,' an Immense flag, taken from er", which Is a sermon for those t, ;
J nerved in the 1939 1941 light housekeeping units on Kings- Applications may ranges under 800 yards. The revue will be for the benefitof the wall behind a German col.'onel's who have not found the completeJoy
.e&8lo1\4 of the Leglllad ley Lake adjacent to Camp Blan- at any ODT district "His constant supervision his the 'Starke Woman's Club, desk In a captured town, and usefulness in Christian

was assistant reading ding, announces that he will offer fice or at any of the change. in the which will receive SO percent of was viewed with great Interest life. The Sunday School at 8:45: i
the Rotarians and several
d Home during the three days' free rent to all parents board. : his decision and hisactical ticket sale receipts.In by guests a. m. will study the period from .
in
1931 who dropped after the meet-
'eeaions. I and wives of returning overseas application of sound artil- addition to her tal e n ted Malachi to Jesus. 1

soldiers when vacancies are Recent BirthsTo principles were of the highest Starke pupils, May Blossom will Ing. Evening services start at 6:45:
house Cafe available.Mr. The work of bl battalion bring with her from Jacksonville Gadara HomecomingThere when the Training Unions discuss )
Hayes states that he Is doing Mr.. and Mrs. his fine leadership in Mrs. Marie Lazone, well-known "An Old Question With A New '

Davis. ow n e r of the this to match the three days Lawtey daughter born and in prior preparation comedienne. Miss Matilda Tuck- will be a Homecoming day Meaning", dealing with the responsibility ; ,
Ouse Cafe on Call St. an- that are allowed by the Govern To Mr, and Mrs. ..: berry of the Velvet Tobacco radio the second Sunday in June, June of the individuaL l'
this week that because ment in the guest houses) at Camp Lake' Butler Before"'being assigned to the program: Miss] May Blossom Al- 10, at Gadara Baptist Church laMcRM At 8 p. m. an Old Favorite .'
local
'uId rationing cuts the Blanding.Mr. 23. Division, Col. McClane' bad len; Elmer Allen, featuring tope with dinner to be servedon Song Service Is held and the
be open only on Sat- Hayes also makes a spec To Mr. and Mrs. T. 18 months as an Instructor In tape; and Lee Allen and his the grounds. Everyone Is welcome evening sermon will, be "Ills Beloved ' "
'd '
Sunday until further children.laity of renting to women with Hampton, daughter Military Tactics at the Field violin Pastor Walter Spencer. Son." + t ,(




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BRADFORD COUNTY TEUKGRAPII BTAKIOS! FLORIDA FRIDAY, JLhg
TWO >. lit'.

V ., iw CIRCUIT cornr.: Bni>FOHnCOUNTY. That Elsie. L. Bradley. holder of IN CIIICVIT c'Ot'll'r: '
II
FLOKIUAl CHAN Tax.: Certificate No. 1T6, issuedthe COVPlTY.
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH CKHY. 7th day of August A. D. 1939. has CORY. FLURUI\I: Ir,941\
and has
filed same In my office
William D. Hard Plaintiff, "". Vlr- Ha.el
deed Snyder
tax
Defendant Cane No. made application for a : Dem,. ,.,, '
flnla liard, Issued thereon Said certificate J>'
to be vs. Ralph T. Den,, I'-Iariff
UbUshed 1871 3783. embraces the following property Case No. J)
S794.ORDER
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND of Bradford Q4a"
t ;p E. L. Matthettn __________.. Editor and Owner NOTICE TO APPEAR: i State In of the Florida County to-wit OF P,"II/\T',,/ '
STATE OF FIjOHII to: Virginia AND
af BWVJ of NWU of Section 36. NOTICE u, 11
and Entered an. Second Class Matter Hard. whose, residence, Alabama.You Is 21JU. 4th I Township 6 South Range 22 East. STATE OF FLORiil,, \1>1'tAli I,
PublI led Weekly on Fridays Avenue Birmingham containing 40 acres more or I..... ''. Dempsey I"
i whom, All l,
are required to appear on said :
i auMusHment of the prop- oj'
at the rout Office at Starke. Florida. ( June 18th, 1945, In the above namedCourt erty The under the said certificate lssifpd > North You Street:are forl n,, ,,i'' i.,II lit.\.'

*' ' , fy1i;, kr seeks. and divorce.cause Bradford wherein plaintiff County was In the name of Bertba June. 16th., 1946.required In t)'. ";''WtJ ,'}\1
sDt by J. L.HARRELLI McWaln. ed Court and cause, I ,
Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn \ I" .;I'tMD
: : We Beg Disagree .> WHAT SOFT-HEARTED next four weekly I issues.Witness . Unless .ald according certificate to law shall, the heredeemed tiff child.seeks Bradford divorce u,"",?" "II'(|" DV,7,?
<
SAPS Americans are! I LAWTEV NEWS my hand and official described therein will be shall Cou.i) )
With Mr. Hutchins we AND TilE seal at Htarke, b'lorlda, this May sold property to the hlg-hest bidder at the publish this Qrdpr ',to
four
194'5.OFFICIAL. weekly D.
16th issues
{ And Some Dog Lovers Not all of us, praise:: CHURCH BULLETINS Sgt, Truman Mitchell stationedat ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, day court In house the door month on of the July first Mon-1I4K/ ,, 'Witness my hand. ,

Allah, but far too many Methodist Church, Rev Mr. Camp Bin n din g and Mrs. A. Clerk. T. frank of said Landrum Court.Hon. Starke, whlrh Is the 2nd day of July of May 1945. seal Und, at 19415.Starke, Florida and' ,thor, M
this 16th
for comfort and our own Worthl g ton Pastor. Sunday Mitchell are off for South St. Fla Atty. for-Pit. 6-18 4t8 11145.Dated day (OFFICIAL SEAL) A ,,

afraid won't do "the sporting thing" School Services 10:00: a. m. Marie Michigan for a fifteen day NOTICE) OP APPLICATION A. J. THOMAS As Clerk of said Court 'I'h 011IlIon.
good. We're so we 8:13 visit with kinfolks Mrs. Mitchell FOB TAX I>KKISeaat > Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradfortcounty R. H Duncan
Church services 11 a. m., and : : 1)17
milk of human kindness degenerates ( Dill No, 1(13) Florida. .Jack.1) n vI I I II.i LyBuilding .. .
that too often our is not to back to Florida .
come
Utty.
p. m. Woman's Society for NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN bas 4t t-S (OFFICIAL SEAL) tor Pit. 6-i&
'\r< into the clabber of feeble-mindedness. Christian Service Tuesday 3:30p. : when the Sgt. does. 1 -4101-

m., at the home of Mrs. A. M. Mrs. Hattie Darley and daughter -

For instance: Lewis Mrs. J. C. Hobbs, co- Mary CeDe are visiting Mrs. -

On V'-E Day before 2,000 of his youthful students, .... The Florida Methodist Darley'a sister, Mrs. George "

Annual Conference will meet at Lastinger at Daytona Beach.
y Robert Maynard Hutchins president "of the University ,
t ; Southern College Lakeland on Mr. and Mrs. Levy Forsyth and
, of Chicago voiced the following opinions, among
May 30th 4' 31st.On account of children of Jack sonvUle were .

others: Government rules only 49 mem- week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. .:" :' -",t\\
;
bers are due to be present. Bishop C. B Bennett. ,. ,
that the present excitement .
( "I venture to predict Arthur J. Moore, seven District Adron Covington, CM-2-c, after ,:t .t, '-" ,'... ,.., J', : "
: ,
ridiculous few \1&11,,
about war criminals will seem ( a years Superintendents Chairman and two years in the Pacific war zone .

i hence , , Secretaries of Committees Con- Is at home visiting his parents. "
ference and Lay-Leaders and some Mr. and Mrs. W E. Covington. 'fi't
"The wildest atrocity stories cannot alter I thetruths .11 ci ,
few others will meet. The appointments The Shuford brothers, John' and
\ that all men are human, that no men are beasts of the Pastors will be George, and J. M. Reddish were
i, published either In the newscolumn -
.. .. .* % harvesting and selling lima beans
r or by letters. last week. ,
i'' 'These thoughts and others in a similar vein were Baptist Church, Rev. Mr. O. E.Cutehaw Mrs. J. L. Harrell visited her ,
"
< "'t) ced even as the nation's magazines, newspapers and Pastor; J. T. Prevatt brothers and slater Elisha and .. ,

'' motion picture theatres were shocking readers and Superintendent of the Sunday Don M. Fryer & Mrs. Drawdy at .,. .
tt School which meets at 10
, a. m. Moultrie, Ga.. last week. She reports -
audiences with the irrefutable evidence that some men Church services 11 a. m. and that Don is still on the S- r

rr r iii AHB beasts-nothing more or less-and* the sooner 8:30: p. m. & B.Y.P.U. at 7:30: sick list. ,\.", b"
," p. m. Midweek prayer services S-Sgt. and Mrs. E. J. Linder y!
President Hulchlna and others of his ilk discover the ;
4 : 8:30: p. m. Wedne, day. Other services left for Mobile, Ala, last Satur-

qr fact the letter.ti as announced from the pul- day to visit klnfolk. The Sgt. is 4 4 ,

ti 1'' ' Then as if to prove further that muddle-headed pit before the morning services stationed at Camp Blanding and l

) '', mercifulness is indeed a dangerous American failing.Jet's begin. Mrs.Pvts.Linder Earl lives F. Rowe here. and Allen S. Y. rro

shift the scene: to our own gala city of Miami The sick reported last week I Peterson, stationed at Camp BlanI ..,,'
are all on the road to ,
torn to death. recovery. I ding were visiting their families
recently "
where a middle-aged woman was Uncle ,Joe filled an appointmentat ,

If' l by a pack of nine brutal pit bull terriers. Authorities the Florida State Pen at Ral- here Sunday. r, 3.,. -

rightly decreed that the beasts should be killed, but before ford Monday. X-ray Dentist and stationed Louie\ Lee at Walnwrlght Banana River, ARM3-C ,.j'i': s ,1 e r,
4' not the electric chair though. spentSunday Ku -
they could carry out the execution, guess what Maybe he'll have better luck next here visiting his wife. ''' J r

happened? Wouldn't you know itl I Officials reportedthat time. Here's hoping. Paul Bennett, recently of the ,,
Coast Guard
was discharged
they received hundreds of telephone calls from so- Mrs. L. H Futch who's teach- and Is home honorably to stay. dl4 r '

called animal lovers asking that the "dogs be spared !InArAfI ing was a here summer to school visit at her Plant husband City Johnle H. 'Casque, Sl-c, son of '> t (_

yii'fit' :,111a i'' l for what? To terrorize the neighborhood? last week-end. Mrs. Carrie Gasque, after 23 J
-- ----- -
4 vtY(,;' r -r------- months in the Pacific war zone
? To bite and bark and claw some child to death a few Mra. Leon Miller of Jackson- has been transferred to the Navy

weeks hence? To cause another man or woman to die ville spent Sunday with her sis Training Station at Norfolk Va.

1 ,>aia in agony? Miller ter Mrs.Is In James our armed Hobbs.forces S-Sgt.In He 9:30 was: on p. m.the Sunday.air over We WRUFat u ,Ifn
are them what Joe died for
helping !I"Mike
Whether it's President Hutchins' war criminals or Europe. proud of you Johnle. get

Miami's'pit bull terriers we can't believe that their Miss Mary Francis Patterson Merchant }I. C. Kelly made atlyJnA' -

crimes will ridiculous a few years hence, as the, of Burlington. N. C., is visiting ( ?) trip to Jacksonvillelast and Tony are too to
4 appear her,brother and sister-in-law, Pvt. Thursday to transact a little young remember their They're the safest investment on earth.
noted educator suggests. Indeed, it seems to us that and Mrs. Allen Patterson at the unfinished business. fa ther.
In 1 less
t than ten years now,I'll have four dollars !
they might appear quite terrifying especially if they Harrell Rooming House this week. Two residential lots in Etsr.ke; Joe died in Africa, at Kasserina Pass In a for every three I put in.That's good ai a
Lawtey had a nice shower
last battle
soil 'have changed .hands last week. W T. that already seems long,long ago . 33% raise! That
are brought to American as, we every reasonto Sunday which will be pay money will go a long way
appreciatedby Torode '
believe that they will be .if there is a third World the farmers and vegetable Moore, Lawtey.Jr., of Starke to W. F. .',have Died 'for his 'country though Joe might .to educate the kids, to establish_them in life
it
put differently.What
America meant to the Joe wanted.
growers In the way
War. 1 community as it I Joe Shuford. son of :Mr: : and Joe .
was mostly Mike and .
has been !quite dry lately. Mrs.: John Shuford, is on the sick Tony: tha opportunity And it's comforting to know,the money'
; While President ,Hutchina goes, on living !in his Mr. and. Mrs. Sinclair (Dutch) it meant for his kids
a t kf list and In a a Army hospital there, if I need it-against any emergency that
+ ,,\ dream 'world where every bloody war criminal la just Harley from out Kellbrona sway' somewhere In Europe. Our soldierboy's t'"A'toUe.] .. 'education: 'A 'real start": !In thf'' may come. '
were visiting friends and relatives world, and freedom to in. -
another misled human being we hope that our more here Sunday.W. letters are few and far And / grow Joe did Ms part for our chiIdreo.l'm going
between
f/iey'r
since "crYa
practical-minded leaders expedite the trial and punishment E. Torode Jr., of Starke fault I suppose V-day. Mall-man's I'm o"re III to do mine. I'm keeping my War Bonds-and
tu/ing War Bonds and
: V of these criminals before too many of our softhearted urday.was visiting friends here last Sat The Saturday night's bed-time keeping them. buying as many new ones as I can.

start oozing their insidious propaganda. story this week is: "Shine your
t saps Rev. O. E. Cutshaw Is
assisting O.I. shoes, put on' your Sunday- KEEP FAITH WITH
OUR
the pastor'of the Russell Baptist go-to-meeting and to FIGHTERS
go church-
I '-0
.t d BELIEVE IT OR NOT, twenty-four GIs out of church In conducting a protracted Methodist or Baptist. -next Sunday -
w1 meeting this week which they ." Rev. Mr. Worthington and BUY WAR BONDS FOR KEEPS!
1,098 eligible for discharge under the point system at hope will turn out to be an old I Rev. Mr. Cutshaw each have a
fashioned
?,. Camp Blanding have indicated a desire to remain in revival.: i' message for you.

et"e Army I The small percentage willing to make a IN ciHciTiT COUNT: DIIADFOnD .

'lMb" career of the Army is a good sign that our men haven't John Clelt(COUNTY M Y. Evans.FLOHIDAl Plaintiff. vs.tHAN Thel- .$ I4'WITiI WAR BONDS FRANK'S FINE FOOD

and half of We ma L. Evans. Defendant. Caee No.
y changed- in spite of four( a years war. S777. .

still are a nation of peace-lovers rather than war- AND ORDER NOTICE OF" PUBLICATION TO APPEAR .

STATE OF FLORIDA tot: Thelma
lM mongers. L. Evans, whose residence In !!'y. -
berry Hospital. Philadelphia. Pa.
You are required to appear on

June Court lath and, 1945 cause In wherein the above plaintiff named Time out to relax. Have

M Can Use More>> PulpwoodWRITE Telegraph seeks. divorce.shall publish Bradford this County Order .'. a Coca-Cola

In next four weekly I..ue.
TIMDKR DEIT. Witness my hand. and official
seal at Starke. Florida thl. May

Container Corp'n. of America, Fernandina, Fla.ONWAY'S (lath OFFICIAL, 194IS. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ,
An Clerk. of said Court.
.. Hon. William r>, Mnr-.n ,......
r 4) h Floor Clark Building- ; Jacksonville.;
Florida Atty. for PIt. S-18 4t B-8

.. M
IN (IITITUl Ml1, Hit\nFO.U
COIh'1'Y' FLOitmtf ix ('''A\I: _
( 1I:1t: Y. -
FIlippo Falmerl.. Plaintiff vi. An l
l/ toinette. Falmerl, Defendant. Case I '
; i Service Station No. S779. e
ORDER OF PUBLICATION!
01ti. AND NOTICR TO AFPKAH: "
.eH ONE 147 KINO 2 FOIl SERVICE: STATE OF FLOKIPA tot: Mm.
Antoinette Palmerl, 833 Koebllnir
v .
Street Brooklyn, New York.
Washing You are required to appear. on
June 15th' 1945, In the above named!
1 PolishingOil Court anti cause wherein plaintiff :
>'' 9
i'I I necks divorce. Bradford County
Changing Telegraph shall publlnh.. this Order T /
In next four weekly Issues.
&) Witness. mv hand. and official :
1' Greasing seal. at Starke, Florida, this May j jll
15th, 1945OFFICIAL, _
f 'Waxing ( SEAL A. J. Thomas, ll
Ae Clerk
of said Court
4I'' '. 1 Tire Repairs lion Walter C Hardesty. Box 419
Mtarke. Florida, Atty. for Pit. I.
5-1S 4t IIFIRST

ELECTRIC ARC WELDING CHRISTIAN CHURCH
; Corner Call and Christian Sts.

Rev. V.'. O. Smedley, Pastor .

AMOCO Services as follow:

ONE HOUR Bible School each Sunday at

10 a. m.Preaching.

GAS and communion services -

,, at 11 a. m. and 8:00: p. m.

k $ OIL I Prayer meeting each Wednesday
at 8:00: p. m.



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AUTO LITE TOR ACID INDIGESTION in your icebox you are only a few steps from the that
,1. FLORIDA BATTERIESTake poets. refresher at home.

When it's time to Have a Coke, or to offer it
I
to I
MOTOR LINES guests it's a comfort to know "

'ISI i r' that you'ha.e a supply on hand ice-cold
in
your refrigerator. The
BUSSES faust that , .
I&IS e rrfrtibts,with ice-cold Coca-Cola has
its
Far Safety won way into homes everywhere as /

a refreshing symbol of American
I Comfort & Economy SOc __ living.

OIIIIO UNOR Toe naturally bear Coca-Cola
Care Of It AUTHORITY Of THI COCA COLA COMPANY
sT
called by Us friendly abbreviation

Carpenter's' Store STARKE COCA-COLA: BOTTLING CO. 1'Xoke*.Both moan the quality pro*
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.e Jil4Z I. Ifs BRADFORD i
COUNTY TEXKGnAPn. HTARVIP.', 1rrnutna
PAOL'TfllLKiR
and proud,, and Intolerant to recognize plolts of -
1 Peck the brave airmen
who Call
Street
the tlO.OO .
ry greatness of a simple man. battled the Japs over the deles of run & 17 decree 66'f..t.W.thence 15.00 of the Northwest Quarter of the ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR In neat four weekly 11t.1I..
Morgan Star The- Incidents leading up to their China In their f..tL thence run H 71 decree NW Northwest%) Quarter (NW>4 of STATE OF FLORIDA, to: LxivUa' Witness my hand and offlulal aealat .
Allis rugged Curbs P- 18 K.: of Section as. Township Webb whose residence. I *.
understanding make alone the South right of 110 W. Stark. Florida this May 14th.
/ 6 South
,
some of the 40' Range 11
Flont3a .. way line of State HanU. thence Avenue, Suffolk, Virginia 1945.OFFICIAL..
Highway
No
A Films At most. powerful moments of the But more than a tale 11 moo feet theory run a IT run East South a distance one degree of .6S 4.< minute feet to You are required. to appear on ( SEAL) A. J. Tbo........
Bun- film. And there are many such of cour- decree' tf W. 10000( feet thence an Iron pipe, thence. run South. June 16th. 1946, In the above named A* Clerk of said Coart. I
U Florida Theatre moments In the age, "Cod Ia My Co-Pilot" Is run N. decrees 19't;. 18000 I* degree 63 minute West a Court and cause. wherein plaintiff lion. J. B: Harrison, Law Exchange
'feet
picture which thence ran N 17 degree distance eekli. divorce I Hulldlng, ,lackonvllle, Florida. ,
\nt will be "The essentially the of CS K. of 709.91 feet to an Iron Bradford County ,
Monday travels from England, where faith story man's 17 1500 feet thence run N. pipe, thence run North one degree. Telegraph. shall publish this OrrtVr Ally for Pit. &.25 4t 9.1$ ,
the tory Francis In his cause and of his degreea It W. 220 00 feet to 4 minutes West
Khigaom" spends his a distance of
ot The childhood, to the Eat line of Water Street" 663.6 feet (Advertisement)
struggle to find wings In the to an Iron pipe, thence :
Chisholm, a very good Scotland and on to China where sky. thence run N, 17 degrees 6S E. run North 89 degree 6J minutes
Francia along the 1..t: j
very great Chlsholm's mission becomes a bat- . e . . Street 100.00 feet in line the of Water Rant 77992 feet to the point of -
mana point of '
beginning ,
e e containing 12
acres
brave : tlefield. beginning. All tin- above land more 01 Ices, of From where I sit / Joe Marsh
_who traveled many roads Francis Chisholm Quarter lying .and.. being In the Northwest ways of tioaboard Except. Airline the right Hall o\\ .. /
Is of
the
played Clay Hill Southeast
lands In a never- by quarter way and right of way of "State'
r fcugh, many Gregory Peck with a long list of of. "Section' Twi'nty-eluht (18) Itoad No, 11, together with all
ever-won- Townnhlp
search for an Six 101) South Range and' Klnwtiliu' the .
tenements, hvreilllainontK
W
vg outstanding character actors in By Pvt. Lura Twenty-two (22) ReeL: -
It 111 Burgeon In the ,
happiness. and a p p u r tenances
i uJ secret of dreams and the supporting roles. Maxwell FleM, Ala. Florida.C'lty" of stark., Bt"dfurj I County, I thereto belonging or In anywise Lee Stapes Sticks His

story ongtaRi.>t his It Is the story Playing: Tuesday Wednesdayand . . . e e . . F.. K. rEimYMA.V: and appertaining to all ; 'W
'' Special' Mauler person having" or claimIng -
wa en ihe girl he loved, of his Thursday the Florida will It is a Sabbath morning Although Joe. 11111 William. Lake In Chancery Utitler' terewt. to In have any right title. or In- Neck Out .
, frailty as be "God Is My many have to :Florida. Solicitor for flalwtlff. tinproperty herelnabov ,
.,> to protect her Co-Pilot"" starring work at d..rll.'I' '
:
re his strong desire tote Dennis Morgan with Andrea this busy spot, there Is no bugle 5-18 It1 \'Ul'111..: IIKMKHY NOTIFIED I 1
to
,osed life to the church. Itthe I King Dane Clark Raymond Mas- for reveille. I am going down inun col 11'r nn the that above a milt ha* been. brought In ".0 had( a mooting at the Town a new roof, but because Itilocsn't
hi* titvoitn styled
? story of Marla-Veronlca, soy, Alan Hale and many others. town to church and then1 I shall OHT, FLOI II\| lllltN.. t'vnrt of Pvadfnrd cause:: In the l'ountv.Clrctilt Hall Friday night anti when do to let intolerance and r ,

striar! -born aristocrat, too Is is based on the courageous ex- work in the hospital this after Dorothy l'E141': Uodgea S .elr, Plnlntlff Johns Florida. ,and In Chancery Thelma. Hrtnson by Charley Johns.K Homer Bently spoke! up for n prejudice creep into a community .
noon. "a. Hubert root for the schoolhouse ,
lOdgttr pair, Defendant his wife, us plaintiffs against you new
Case No. 3769. and fiuh of y One afternoon and Mapes interrupts whether a ntnnVi KtnyMl "put"n
not OUIUOH
{ so long ago or DURATION also against' the following other
For Safety, Comfort and Economy . I got off a few hours to go to e'rAPI OF1A'iLOItllAltcrLHubrrt known intural defendants to-wit allow long you been In this lifetime or a year, whether ho .
: Jrimnm: ..
'
... < > -> M- town. I was walking toward the Edgar bpelr, who>' address I I., I'vt. Johns and"h" ICIolse A widow John Asa his llomor wife town. Lee demands. works with hi* head or hla"Fourtecnyears"saysIfomer '

f ron COL'KTEOUS; Ise aw6ltalsea postofflce. There Is a bench on Huhert 13. Spelr" .USI6&86.I 2696 and thai the above d..Hi>rlb. n prop.rrly Imn l', think! borr butted I.
.( (;. a little Tech Supv. tin x.I1 O. 394 % ) IN linolved. In stud .suit and ::1'
square! where 1'oMmntiter milk no long UN. he' a good
people oft New. 1 "i''k. N..w"urk.. that the nature of said suit U to proudly. :
CORRECT '1D'tJi: j rest As I was crossing. I noteda You are requlr, ,1] to a lr ear on c"rlltl.en >old property as provided A morion lie!him n right to speak
Juno 11th, 1M5! In the above lit ('s of Hit. "titnlo r Then you keep quiet!" soya
boy-a named of I IuNdx'AND :
of : .
INFORMATION 1 th IIzI yourgstsr about 18- Court and cau.h..r..ln plain- Vor AM; MAfll I OF YOU: I.ce.HVo c.in't have trunniont his mind and have; hit opinions
sitting there In faded, shirts tllf seeks divorce. inilfuid' Count)' are hereby. required to appear "pernonalh (however different they Star
--1 r plaid sport shirt Telegraph shell piiMlxh this Order 01 by alloini-v) I In mild running things In our town:' .
with
L--! the tall In next four werLiy I Ixsur.Vllness .. ('fort t and -Hiiwe' on July &, A bo) respected.! '
hanging out. He was eating froma \ my' Jn.nO and V f filial I 1'Mu: othitwlse:: ; the Allegations:\: ; 11 of, I'm glad to report that all of I 1

sack. He scat at Htniktj, J'ruin, thla May. lilt HIM or "Complaint will be taken us voted Lee down and! let Ito- .
was bareheaded /
MOTOR and 10th, .
FLORIDA LINES BUSSES .* 1945.OKKICIAL as cnrif< HNMl by you. .kuNo.
his blonde hair cut short gleamed ( SEAL) A. J. Thanes The Hiadfnrd' County Telegraph" mer have his say. I'm glad not Qct ( /( ,

UNION BUS STATION with golden glints in the after- An lion Clerk T. Frank of said loindrum Court. Stark, Is tiHivsimper' dcMlKiMlod, ,In as which HIM dilly njuallflvd just because the school did need i iI.
i thla Notice '
noon sun. I glanced at him. His Florida Atty. for Mf. to Appeal. I.
Temple Ae. LACY CONWAY, .Agent Starke, Ma. 6.11t tl-1 shall be published In the '
next four i
trousers
weekly I
were wrinkled Issues thereof.,
and
a I" C'UtC''IT 119 Strew State fl/wcri FounJatum
C01U'r. IIRATU"OIIII Witness t of a Cofyrtght.19t5tmtcj. 4
faded blue the Hon. Jonn A. _
and his socIdeas feet COI'NTY.' rLOIIIIIlt lCIIVN- :Murnhroe 1C. J

were In slippers 'that neededpolls.blng. Loo:.xrd O. OullU kunn. I and the hand na Judge and seal of of said the Court Clerk, \

Plaintiff of said Court at tark...
V.. Edna! Cease < Bradford
lnlllck .
Prompt Service" Careful Drivers It' brought back to my mind ORDER. Cane!: OF No. 37H4 IM'HLIOATION( on, .rhf.ndant. 1945.County' Florida! tlo'|* May IKth, COMPLETE: CAR SERVICE !p '

memories of a war-torn world ANI NOTICE TO ATPEAH.: Clerk of Circuit Court A. J. of Bradford

STARKE TAXI after World War I and the depression Cease STATE-Uulllckeon OF FLOItlDA to: dna> County Florida. 1
SERVICEand
"boss residence .
(OFFICIAl..
which followed when Mlnneiiota.lit 678 Ashland Avenue, Bt. Paul Knight A Knight. Starke, Florida SEAL) '

sights such as this were all to You .. Attorneys for Plaintiff. rI
are required to anpear on 2-26 4t 815OTim
common June llth, 1945, la the above nam ,
The looked ed Court and cause. wherein. plain !\ TO <-HKI>ITOn !
boy up at me and tiff seeks
divorce. Bradford
MACK'S TAXI SERVICEPhone stopped chewing. Hte boyish face In Telegraph hall piiblmh 'tht County Order mantle All persons against having the estate claim of or I.ur-de. eijI0
i next laHUtte. llne .
had Qrant deceased
a smudge on the nose. That "VVItneH I m--e"h 1 are hereby
and official notified and
required to
was more than I could stand. 1 seal at .Starke :Florida thl !May claim In the office of the file County their I
llth. 1945.IuPFCIAL
150 stopped and said Judge of Bradford County Florida
"Hello son A SEAL ,
) A. H. In
Thomas the
Courthouse
at "Htarke
Day stranger?" He' wallowed< the Aa Clerk of said Court. ida within eight calendar Flor l1Washing
month
'S Night
banana that made a lump in his Hon. T. Frank Landrum Starke, from the date of the first publica
Fla.; Atty. for Flf.
6-11 tion
ft 6-1 of this notice, or the same
throat. "I found out he was a will become void
according to law.
4-F from Chicago Who came down iw tfhWOMTY.irinrriT roi .T. .In.\nVOIU. This M.iy 16 1816.IlA1rtfY ..-

here to look for work. He stam- 1'eItV.Willis FL.OU11IA.I CHAN. H. WHEATI.EY
Administrator .
Cleaned to of the estate of Lur.
MI.I./ mered painfully, and he said that Mae Hawkins Plaintiff: v*. line agent deceased.. Polishing Waxing
O. K. Hawkins Defendant. -
\
Case Knight &
Knight .
: 1 Starke: Florida
children
\ perfection at school "had always No. 1763.OHIJER. Attorneys, for Admr. 6-18 4t .-8
made fun of him. Now the Board '. OF ;ITHLICATION -
AND NOTICE TO AIM1 ISA K CERTIFIED LUBRICATION
had turned him, down., He was STATE OF FlrfTOElDA: toi .0. K. The Board NOTloOJII of .
AVrx.L County
hunting work In the Sunny South. Hawkins whose residence 1 I. un of Uradford Cemmla.jplonors
County Flor1a '
known -
I told him to 'get 'a job In the Wou are requlrod to appear on will received Healed bids until Polishing & Waxing By AppointmentOnly
0:00: o'clock A. M. June 4th, A,._D.
PX where I am Stationed and I June llth, 1945, In the above named 945 at the Clerk' office In the
Court and cause, wherein
came on'back to the field sobered tiff eeek divorce. Bradford County plain- 'the County Court House: In Starke, for
sale of
gasoline th
and thoughtful. Telegraph shall pnlillnh this ''Order toad Maintenance[ used bv
In 'next four weekly Inoue. equipment of
the
He had mentioned school child- Witness my band and official the right County The Hoard reserves
seal at Stark., Florida, this May blue to reject. any and all Standard Oil Products
0th, 1945.OFFICIAL.
ren.My By order of (the Hoard of
County
children back 'at Clay HillI ( SEAL) A..1. Thomas. Commissioner of PTadford!
Aa (Clerk of said Court. Florida. County FULL,SUPPLY OF CAN OIL
May 7, 1946. i
know now do not have a teacher Hon T. Frank Landrum, Starke, '
for next win I t. e r. I was still Fl.*. Att,.. for Plf. 5-11 4t 6.. A. J. THOMAS Clerk.

thoughtful as I went to this hospital. IN ;rincriT' CWI-MT, umAiivoiiD 6.11t (-)JIV ,1
CARDEN'S SERVICE STATION
Down a long corridor 'I '('()'llNTY.. FLOIIIUtl. IN 11IAN.CHKY. l'IR'I'I'r 1'OI'NT IlltAIIKOIIK ,

have to go I paused an open J. 'WfiMley Reese, Plaintiff v*. (C'OI'Eli: *V.4TY. FI.OUII14I IV CIIAN. VAN II. GARDEN. MRT. RT AliKE, FLA. ..I f.It

window,.where Frank:, an overseas I Julia n. Ue.seH Defendant.! Case! Albert Webb Plaintiff.. Ix>visa' .
JH No.8797. ; fca'< ; Core Temple JVve. &., CalL St.... .' f
cV f- Webb, ,5 ,
boy lies. 1'was about'to him
pass ORDER OF PUBLICATION ( ) rtn'FntrtTf: :: t7 7cJ7116.; '

up without the usual smile and : AND NOTICETl> APPEAR A I _ __ nn_ _ ._ __ _____ H'ji! \

',. //t4: : ,, word, when a feeble voice said, n. STATE Reese, OF whose FLOIimA residence :I I..Julia. 143

I t\ "Hello, angel. What's the matter Diamond B 1'1 djra Avenue, Haw.thorne .
A
COMPLETE CLEANING SERVICE THAT'S ?" New .3.1'....,.. t "
WHAT WE OFFER TO TIIK PEOPLE OF 'Tau are required to appear on
I stopped looked and smiled. June llth 1945. In the above named
STARKE AND SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES. Court and cause wherein plaintiff .
I took his outstretched hand all seek divorce nradfurd County i
OCR MODERN METHODS RESTORE COLOR clammy with sweat from fever Telegraph shall publish I this Order '

AND LIFE TO GARMENTS, SMALL RUGS AND Frank I said. "I want to go In Witness next four my weekly hand Issues.and. officialseal Trade ourfoldi'n-g .money

DRAPERIES.ROBT. back to my school to teach In I at Starke, Florida this May
tI", 11H5.OFFICIAL.
a. Florida. What do you .thln'k' ?"- ( SHAW A. J. Thomas, i

He said ''Go back to the .children Aa Clerk of mild Cwurt.
:us lion. Wllllnm I). Morgan, Rth Floor
by all means. Clark Banding Jack onvlllt,, Flor

j GREEN Temple So I am taking Frank's advice. ida.. Atty for Plf. 8-11 4t 8.C'U.L -. .,mss.e,.,,,....+..+.... j

a I am going/ to apply for a dis- ,,fJ' haI

Owner Ave. charge and go back to teachingif Sealed. bid* for FOR cenHtructlon 111U. of

not at Clay Hill, then some garage and storage building will I '
other school surely needs me. I be received by the City Council at : #
the City office In Stnrke, Florida,
I am coming track soon-I hope. until 830: I', M, K.W.T. on Tuesday "V I V
God bless -all. the 19th day of Juno, 1946 at
;you which time and place nil bids re-
-LureS celvud will be publicly opened and t te tva ty
rend aloud.

e e e . . . E Instructions to bidder' and plans r agla eA i i'tTZt
mAy l obtainedat
and speclflcntlon >e

WjF Sampson City Starke: the, FVurklH.office\ of City Clerk of r 1 1j

The said City" Council reserves
.I' the right to waive any inrormau
Uy Mri. Rlnnrhe McKinney lie* In or to reject. any or all

; e e e . . e . . blue? CITY OF 8TATIKBHy .. re".a, :
: Carl John,
/ JUNE Mr. and Mis. David Kelly of S-1J lit 4-15 .. City Clerk,

Starke were visitors of Mr. and 1'T JIll: nircriT 'C'OI'N'r OKnntiivoim j If

DAY17th Mrs. Lem Brown Sunday (OINTY FI.WHIUA
IX tlll:%<'KltY. 3.Z 'SY v v
Mrs. Buford McKinney and parents Charley R. John and Thelma Itrln /rarleYne "

r were visiting relatives. InLake son Johns Plaintiff Ills. Wife,

Butler Sunday.'
0 Excellent Pipes' JEmma-VII-.John* A Widow, Et Ai.
to
Varnes returned
Mrs. Curtis Defendant ;
her home In Jacksonville Sunday Partition %* ,
O Alligator Bill Folds : .. Case No. 3790NOTICI3
'
after spending a few days here
*# TO APPEAR
:* ,T with relatives. The Stale ..f Florida to: !
0 Pen? and Pencil Sets flueselt John Marguerite Jennlnc f'j: \
Mrs. Hattie Varnea returned and J. I. Jennings.. her. husband ; .

home Saturday after a brief visit Harold Mansell, Willie Aida .
t' t. Jones and It. T. Jon.. her husband I
0 Slavingits. in Jacksonville. Friends will be Leslie Johns, J. .r. John sometime

glad to know that her health has I known a* J. C. Johns Erwin Johns,
and all parties claiming Interest by, !
O Letter Openers ; Improved. through under or attain the above ;
AMM -2-c. named person and Emma! John,
Matthew McKinney.
John and Johns,
Aa Homer Eloise fo-rfiiH11I'KOMRN.EY1""
O Tobacco Pouches son of Mr. and Mrs.\. Carl McKinney Ervin John deceased Everett : 11 t

and Miss Dorothy Salaba! of John. deceased Arthur A-Edgar Johns John deceased deceased !

0 Bond Holders Whiting Indiana were married Avis Mansell d.e..*.", Elisabeth
',I< May 15 at hi- station In Massa. France John deceased Ovid O.
"r' John deceased, and cither of them'
chusetts. In the following property: :situatedin ,
Cases ,
Key
r There will be church service Bradford County Florida to- \ I

Sunday. Everyone Is welcome. wit Commencing: at, t fi a Southeast. Dig down deep back up the men who are fight C '
0 Cigarette Cases .
corner of the Southwest Quarterof .w
NOTIfK OF UPPCIll .MASTERS the Southwest. Quarter ISW44: ing the enemy face-to-face! Let your farm dollars help MIGHTY
.f. eL91 of SW>/ ) of Section Z4,. Township .
0 Cigar Holders NOTICE IS HEREBY OWEN that 6 South flange' 22 East thence send them the supplies they need! .
under and by virtue of a Final run South 89 decree tx minute '
Decree of foreclosure. mad. andAnPr1945nbykthe2Honorable West a distance. of 7.11..2 feet to Up to this time last year there had been two war '
Mar an Iron pipe thence run Northno
And A. Z. decree. 60 minute West a distance loans. This time the 7th do the of
mighty must
Many Other Gifts Suitable For DadFather' Adkln. Judge of the Circuit Court, of 411.4 feet to an Iron job '

In Bradford County favor rpein: thence run North 41 degree both loam. That's Uncle Sam asks
ida and.Itting In Chancery In East a distance of why you: f
Day Greeting Card.WONDER of Eva. J... F rnand.m, a* Executrix .O .O feet to a railroad-Iron stake, ',
and Trustee under the Lat Will thence run North S4 decree 69 aBUY'TWICE
and. Testament of W. B. Yarbrou..h.decea..d. minute* East a distance of 2290 !l
a* plaintiff and against feet to an Iron pipe, thence run IN : 1 k
AS MANY BONDS THE MIGHTY 7th
Blandlno Center Incorporated South (9 decree/ 61 minute East I '
corporation, defendants, the undersigned a dlitanc of 896.66 feet to the
aa Special Mater In Chancery West rail of the Seaboard Airline WAR LOAN '
i / will offer for sale before the Railway main track (being. ...THE BIGGEST MOST URGENT WAR LOAN OF ALL j .
South Front Door of the CountyCourt the West rail of the West trackof
Ot t t.Urs. House at Stark. Bradford said railway), thence run
: County, Florida" ,, on Monday. South 17 degrees 42 minute
I: JUNK FOURTH, 1945 West alone the said West rail f a a
and will sell to the highest and of said Seaboard Airline Railway -
best bidder therefore for cash tha main track a distance of i.
following described land. s Ituat*. 774 II feet to the section line of
Bessie DavisProprietor Irlnir and being in Bradford. County, aid Mellon 2*. thence run Sooth i 1
Florida., to-wlt: 119 degrees 63 minute. West t.0 'J
Beginning at a ronoret monument feet to the said point of beginning )
SHOP at the New Southeast cor. containing In the acsrracate .- BEAUTY SALON a DRESS SHOP
ner of Call and Water Street. 117 acre more or less; Except
Call Street the right of way" of *.aMMeabo.rd
e1CtyLof Starke
In the Airline' Railway and of
wide,
Florida, dr. .* State Itoad No. IS) and al.o com-
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Mr. and Mrs. V. S. St. John Mrs V. Carl

I SOCIETY and CLUBS ManassaFarwellMr. McKinney-Salba Benefit BridgeThe and Mr. and Mrs Valrie Kidd In' Gainesville de," \Vat Ibo i
Thursday
were sho p pin g In' 'Jacksonville y. A.
and Mrs. JameaA-;, Farwel 1 Mr. and Mrs. Carl McKlnney Jr. Woman's Club Is haying Scott to
Thursday of last week; Friday to thereV t.k,
of San Diego and Hollywood, California announce the marriage of their a Benefit Bridge at the club be
Mrs. W M. Edwards is spendinga bration lilt
Walton-Wyman Birthday Party announce the marriage of lion Matthew, and Miss Dorothy house tonight. The regular meet- few days with her daughter ding Sunday Of the 1I01
tV their daughter. Sally, to Philip J. Salba of Whiting: Ind. The ceremony ing will be held Wednesday, June anniversary of hi
Mrs. Louise Bell in Gainesville
b Mr. and Mrs. Lenthall Wyman Enjoyed Tuesday Manassa, son of Mrs. Celia I was performed by the Rev. 6. and sister-!n-law, Dr d
while recuperating from a recent G. F.
of Raleigh and Richmond, Va., an- Mananaa! of Starke and the late Mr. Nlchall at his home in Qulncy, I Scott.
Margaret Ann Phillips, three illness
" nounce daughter the Ruth engagement Eliza bet of h their, to year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. Manassa, on Thursday, Mass on May 13. Church Center Tea Mrs. E. W Hayes and daughter to Mrs spend Mabel several WaU left Wedn,

Flight Officer William E. Walton Simeon Phillips of Baldwin, was I April 28, in the Post Chapel at Miss Helen Buthovish of Whit This AfternoonThe Betty were shopping and visitingin and Mrs. Frank week{! WI
the little honoree at a delightful ing served as maid of honor and Oren InI
80n of Mr and Mrs. Russell C. Port Huencme, California.Mr. Jacksonville Tuesday. Ala. :\
afternoon Edward Goodman, AMM 3-c of
Tuesday
birthday party given
Walton of Raleigh.The Manasia a resident of I Auxiliaries! of the Presby- .
bent'
from 4 until 5:30: o'clockat Pennsylvania was man.
, y bride has many friends! in the home of her grandparents, Starke for the past 12 years, Is For her wedding Miss Salba terian and Episcopal Churches --...
+ Starke who will learn with Interest will give a joint tea this after
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot on a member of the Seabces, U.S. wore a blue suit with white NEWLY REDECORATED
+, 1 of her marriage. She wan noon (Friday) from 5 til 6 in
Washington St. NR. He recently returned to the accensories and her corsage was
hostess of the
born here and attended grammar .honor of the new
+f I I Summer flowers were used In States after 20 months duty in of white gardenias. Miss Butho- renter Mrs. J.
school in Starke, later moving to church service
decorating the living room and the Southwest Pacific. vish wore a gray suit with red
of Gainesville. MIwGAhll's
Raleigh with her parents. She Fletcher Burnett <<;
t" '' was graduated from Meredith College I dining room. The main'attractionIn After a brief wedding trip, Mr. I accessories/ and a corsage of red Mrs Burnett is moving to Starke I Illi
the dining room was the beautifully Manaana returned to his base and roses.
her work.
,r,, In 1044.& I soon to be near
', Flight Officer Walton was attending decorated birthday cake left for overseas duty In the Pacific After the ceremony Mr. and ENJOY I
YOUR
N.C. State College at the I resting on a bed of lacy fern. The and Mrs. Manassa will remainat Mrs. McKinney were entertained 111.--
U.D.C. To Meet
R.1r,+ time of his enlistment. cake, Iced in white, was decorated her home in Hollywood for the at a wedding party In Boston. AND ,
+ with pink roses and green leaves. duration. Mr. McKinney 1If a resident of I",
will enter-
Mrs. E. K Perryman
I Three lighted pink candles and the HilT a
Sampson City and is stationed ,. iJ
W.S.C.S. Circles tain the W. T. Weeks Chapter., -
"
inscrlptlon 'Happy Birthday, Margaret Mrs. Minnie Goldman is very ill with the Navy in Massachusettsat West ; # '. :.
U.DC., af her home on "
Ann" added a further decorative in New York .
a City Hospital.Her the time.
; Circles of the Woman's Society note. A crocheted cloth present Madison St., on Wednesday, June
+. and Nat Gold- cff'
son daughter,
ti't of Christian Service of the Methodist 6, at four o'clock.Local .
made by the honoree's grand- man and Mrs. Bertha Hertz have Mis., t.. D. Vining spent several
':D church will meet Monday 2 In The
mother, covered the table. to be with her. Atlanta Ga. Cleanest
IS f afternoon, June 4, at 3:30: o'clock gone ,I days this week in _
During the. afternoon the child Spot in
Circle One will be entertained Town
lawn -
y' ren enjoyed games on the NewsWeekend
Mrs. J, Circle
by R. WainwrIght. and at refreshment time they
,;. Two will be entertained Dire '
by CALL STREET AT THE
were served Ice cream and cake. RAILROAD
: 'r Annie Lou Godwin and Mrs. W. J,
', Mm. Phillips was assisted In nerving of and
Dr.
Chandler, Mlas Kate Struth I guests
'ka' secretary -
V"" Barefoot and Miss
1'' i of children' work, states by ) Mrs. W B. Parks were Mrs.parka' .

that it la now time to bring In Sara Barefoot. I brother and sister-ln-lawr,
the Baby Mite Boxes., Those invited to enjoy the aft- Lt. and Mrs. Robert E. Reed. Lt.

v ernoon with' Margaret-"Ann were: Reed Is stationed at the NAS in iIT
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s;. 4' Judy and Archie Green, Dick and Signs of the Time*: (This one for the unknown quantity . Jacksonville for the present.Mr. .
Mrs.
E. M. and
h; Long daughter, poRted In front of Lawson's
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l + Ann Tom Smith, Buster Brown, Mary and Mrs. Fred Guy were
left
Mary to
Sunday spend
Meat Market .
) "We
will Ran this little
across Interesting -
time with Katherine Wai n w rig i h t Mary In Gainesville Tuesday on busi! ,
some Pfc. Long In Matthewa not be open until next Thursday item tother day in the Camp Manufacturers have been .J ,
Salina Agnes Virginia Jean
+ Kansas on account of the meat Blanding Report: "Grace (Dew) ness.Mr.
Darby, Elizabeth Ann Harvey, and Mrs. Wm. J. McMillanand advised that .they will
shortage An OPA ruling Beane, the 'life' of Dormitory No
wt? s Billy Ann and Brooks Ella Jean Johnnie Hazen M,o Danny r row, says we cannot butcher but 1, native of the American contingent daughter, Joan,,have returnedto be allotted only 30 per- t

1M+ ? DURING JUNE and Ola Phillips, Fe man Redd four more cattle this month. In the Spanish Honduras their home in West two weeks Palm cent of materials to manufacture *

and Susie Phillips.GreenWear. We are doing the best we can spent the past ten days with her Beach after spending paint until further { n s
with friends and relatives here.
tit AND JULY under the times we are going father who recently returned via "t
through," clipper from Costa Rica to retire Miss Margaret Rose Duncan notice. The con- and

In New Orleans. Mr. Dew was underwent a minor operation In I tainer ''situation is also aws

Iw1 WE WILL Friends ot the Robert B Wear this. hastily. scrawled message employed for many years 'as a Hope Haven Hospital, Jacksonville : very serious. We have a 1

typifies the CaU Street phase of diesel engineer for United Fruit Wednesday.
BE CLOSED family, who former 1 lived in large stock of
y Mrs. L Lecin returned Sunday
; the current food shortage that is Co., and also for the U. S. Gov
i Starke, have received the follow-: beginning to harass the countrymore ernment. Grace's husband T-9:: from a trip to Cleveland and New a '
ALL DAYWEDNESDA ing marriage announcement: DAVIS PAINTS
and more.. If old Mother Edwin H. Beane, trained at Blan- York City. While in Clevelandshe
Mr. and Mrs Arthur Green announce attended the inauguration of Y :
Hubbard thought her cupboardwas ding is now overseas in the Phil-
YANDTHURSDAY the mar r 1 a K e of their bare she should see the meat ippines. Her two brothers, Mike her brother as President of : on hand at present, so Ka 1

: daughter, Louise Florence, to counters in our local groceries! Dew and Walter Dew, are both White's Publishing Company : we suggest that you anticipate T

Robert Edward Wear, Lieutenant, . Bacon is more precious than In the South Pacific with the there.Miss : your needs and -
Army of the United States, on rare jewels, and lucky is the Navy. Grace has been an em Wanda Pearce returnedlast

Saturday, the seventh of April, housewife who has a bit of fat- ploye at Blanding for almost five week from Montreat College, buy now. tw sr1'

---- 1949.: Detroit; Michigan. / back to cook her vegetables with years and is now employed in the N. C., to spend the summer with ( Ii

i.-- t\ .,. And speaking of vegetables! Registrar's Office at the Regional her mother, Mrs. Bertha Pearce.
Mrs. L. A. Davis is in Atlanta Did you ever expect to pay forty Hospital" . Mra. Pearce and Mrs. C. I* Hill Bradford
; Star Store Ga., this week to attend the Fri- cents a pound for okra and fifty met her In Jacksonville last TUes-
day night wedding of her niece ,
cents for a mess of beans that
Grace Green'
a en
,Jo ,reports very day.Dr. ti
i . Miss Perryman. when shelled out you could almost Joyable week-end at Cherry Point. and Mrs. L. W. Koch have _

t hold in the palm of one hand? N. C. with her brother, Herbert gone to Arcadia to spend several Hardware Co.

. Well, neither did I . ButI who'll soon be sent to the South days with their son Lt. Win! S.

am '. Our soldier friends may Pacific '. Glad to hear that Koch of the Air Corps, ,who Is on ... !

I giat.i iIYiW1 fuss about their C and K rations, the Carson (Prof.) Gelgera are leave. J. B. CARLISLE
: but it'. beginning to look like we comfortably settled In their new Miss Mbnteen' Warren Is spend

t Y lS civilians will soon be on X ra- home, recently purchased from ing' this week-end with Miss' Lucille Owner %

tions X, of course, standing May in Palatka.
i r 'SUNDAY v MONDAY JUNE 3 4kneGtai w Dr. Herlong ,. ..Glimpsed Milton .
Brownlee In W d
4 town e n esday,
rv quite enthusiastic over a two

' weeks' vacation that he and
t'Y'i' Mamie will spend In New Orleans '.

'i Seems he still doesn't know
1 I Ih

h it ,,i d;t 1 I I' 1 1A what.today. Lt.his for Col.next Fort Telfair assignment Ord,Long Calif will leaves and be Where wlllYOU fit in America's future?


; I expects a long sea voyage . .

Hear Edgar Wilkinson and Sonny

w x .?,weed Peek, those sea-going chums recently ..
aSlarke's
received their
first class
S seaman's- stripes . YOU know the kind of future our' enemiesplanned

S"a i # -,.- for ydu.
( .
fNr My Tallahassee operator reports
Slavery. Poverty. Despair. ..
The that the
dignity of the FSWC

finest graduates was considerably upset By buying War Bonds, you helped prevent

N % ,tit Tuesday when a huge rat ran berserk that kind of America.
'UIILt restaurant Band down the line of capped and

gowned intelligentsia . I mean, *1 By keeping War Bonds you help create:
-
. t h -. bar of course, a teal rat-not a mem- your kind of America-and insure rout

Irt >, ; ber of the freshman class place in it!
dW Gayle Sewell and Snookie Dlffen-

r! r i I ( $& rj baugh their were dignity among, those squealed who forgot and t to a What do you want for your country? Prosperity

] a af, SIZZLINGSTEkJC A i ran in the traditional feminle ,i ? Full employment? A high standard

j 4y Py way . Incidentally I hear that r, of living based on goo<,J wages and pleatM/ !
I
6. Snookie rated not only a cherished I low-cost merchandise?

diploma but a charming smile
LOBSTER from Dean DIffenbaugh (her
JNIirn1llAj) In-law) who handed them pop-out! 4 Then keep your War Bonds until maturity!J Fr

ItZ ; SHRIMP: M a Can't help but admire Flor- those bonds not only provide weapons w

ence Brown's unflagging energy war against the enemy. They art veapmo

< '. CHICKEN that keeps her looking after her against inflation=and inflation is the wrest

flowers and lawn for hours every ; road to another depression.
dayYonder what brand of a

vitamins she uses? .

B What do you want for yourself A low
Add Odd hobbies: Francis Garthner's t amt'
of bus
For your:own,some day?Your own
k Yeti{ treasure . "t
r hunting Seemshe '
h t n! has s<: College and a good start in life for pow
all
kinds of
d 1 Daifly Connoisseurs expensive children?Freedom from about futurt
? M + ,. 4 equipment and really goes at it in worry

a scientific way i Wonder If I k emergencies?
itn'f
I he's looked for, the alleged pirate l .
{
.-D 1 Pd,lion IIIdwiI Yxd, Pra iIa! Stds O booty that Incurable optimist --1 maturttylThey'll )
? M' Ftm"'III Rdt IIknJd: iruo l-S. Si Im: bdI ofGood used to be always :, Then keep your War Bonds until
( 'Anton searching foj
'ftAUsn '
feuFif'!hoslSDat tin
( 1 be worth four dollars for every
around Black I II
Creek .
? .
Tips to
4 4 0.....JOHN M.STAHLJOSEPH *
L I % pAT
MANKIEWICZ in. 33
Food Housewives: To ease the present you put That's as good as a

,1 Tues. sugar shortage try using the new P .altJ' +t 1 ,3r raise!And meanwhile you'll))have the con-:

v. 1 Wed. Thurs. June 5-6-7 and Victory Syrup: for tea, cakes, R a+y ex '" ;t dl forting assurance that the money i j. #**

.... _._ .. .
pastries etc.
I -- o ; . Shellle Hall 0 e.L in an emergency!
-ire. t ti Drink says it works r. . if you don't
ifSCRCIN believe Blllle Roes has a nice Keep your present bonds-and keep 011v

rr fl FLYING TIGEft WROTE sense"truth of humor, just read her .<' ,. 't buying all the new ones you can, w lj
and
consequences" help "I. as the country needs your' money. It'
f' l wanted ad !in this week's classified ,. teA l>
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A e'i {I only patriotic. It's darned good tent" ,
column .
ROCKS,WITH New faces on
. t h'' ,ITS THOUSAND the business front: Carolyn
tO rr rum- jam', (Hutto) Kenney graciously selling

0 tickets for Florida Motor Lines,

THRILLS { while sister Garnlta Hutto does

,All ITS her aUnt at the Rationing Board f
; WARREI
. faith
with
Keep
y i RCCMLCSSOVCNTURC.* .. SMASH our fighters-

r; IW ft*MSMIUIII Well ,' Guess that winds
f tau UMUSIIM HUM fid the little black book for this up BUY
f' time WAR BONDS !
COt. FOR
KEEPS
ROSED
,pt f SrAAAINf3 Enjoyable . So long . See you in the
; 1.3Cet
?H i Dinners next . -Carolyn. .

DENNIS MORGAN Drilclouit/ ftNMl and attractive r '" '" '" .


:',t rFl qr; ? !:DANE CLARK RAYMOND MASSEY ALAN HAL surroundings iw a real pleamiro.make stop dining|In with to- The STAG

e 't ANDREA KING JOHN RIOGCIY D,,. wd I ROBERT FlOREt day reasonable for the finest fowl at very

kr..n_Ploy by Peter M.ln. and Ab.m f.nkel. Music by Frou W..mre prices.- :a IIINan E.ehL{,WaM NOIYuo MILITARY SUPPLIES

l 325 Temple Ave ,,_1- shampoo,. Ass endme,. nn.saes
siony baek snp CALL STREET
a, a tears as STARKE FLORIDA
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I I Il
Koch Drug Store .




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rmTS of LOCAL, NEWS :aesday Miss morning Marjorie: to Davis spend left a Wed-week in Cpl.Palatka and Mrs. Alton Dobbs were Margaret Hersey la visiting her-! Mr. and Mrs. Forsythe of Jack Mrs' Alice Jones, D. J. Phil

with a college classmate, Miss where Mrs. Tuesday Dobbs afternoon aunt, Mrs. L. M. Tomllnsoa In sonville visited Mra. Foriythe's lips.! Miss Elizabeth Phillips! and
Mama Smith of Bradenton.Mrs. underwent an Jacksonville. mother, Mrs S. R. Swindell Fri- Mrs. Sidney Trlest were shoppingIn I
C. A. Knight have I Friends will regret to know : Peter operation on her arm. :Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Johns of day. Palatka Tuesday .
and Mrs that Mrs. S. Arndt of Detroit, Wm. S. Ma.th.eny Jr.,
r. week MrsJ> E- R Johns, Sr.. is Mich. Is now Hampton were' visiting relatives
this haa
guests J E. Jr.. of Jack.vUle. confined to the State Farm Hospital been here for severalwet'ks working In Ohio after spending a here Friday.
",,ell and -n this week. Her condition : visiting her mother Mrs vacation with relatives in Tenn- Mra SEARS ALLSTATE de luxe
Is not serious. Frances Parker and sister Mrs essee. Mildred Thornton of Baltl- : TRUCK TIRE;,
and daugh- more. Md..
Shepherd Bernice Opperman. is visiting her father '
1rs C C and Patricia Ann Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and daughter Mlrs. R. W. Reese of Maxwell D. J. Phillip, Sr. TIIKY'KK: FLEET TESTIIEI" :;'':)- \
\*. rrvu Tues- Mrs. B. A. Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely and Field, Ala., and her brother Jimmy
? were visitors Pope, Jr., left Miss Llllie Mrs. Viola Sallette of Jacksonville \\ RE ROAD TESTEDTIIKY'HK
City Mae
Lake Thompson of Green, who has.beeni
l visiting her,
C A Thursday to spend a week at Tacksonvllle was visiting at the home of (i11AltANTEFD:
Mrs 'PowelltofnJack- were weekend
eof guests returned Sunday to {
Jacksonville Beach. spend some Mr. : a
awl Mrs
E R. M Herscy last \
J of Mr and Mrs. W. M.
lest, Mrs Wlmberly. time with her parents, Mr and
Misses week.
vllle Virginia and Mary LouIse Mrs. Randolph Boree and little Mrs. Adam Oreen Sgt. Reese IIlg114'''& mlIty imwest 1'1'14'1'11 t
Earl Noegel, whobt'en Durshimer returned to their Mr. and Mrs. L. V Williamsonwere 'e
Edna daughter, Iris Lynn, of Jacksonville will arrive
Saturday for a 19 '
ipso day have Your 817. Auk For It
nue n din g school atmpden.puBose I home here Sunday Mias Virginia have been guests for several leave visiting relatives In Jackson- 1> !
Academy, Zell- : Durshimer has been attending days of Mrs. ville last week. f
Boree's _
parents, Mr.
: A-C Earl Johnson )left I i i'X
returned home. school In Brooksville for the pas and Mrs. G. Tuesdayto Write To IWY CUNNINGHAM
H.
DoMd Bennett S 2-c :
i I. has term. They were return' to his base at RandolphField Joe Kelsey left Friday I ;
HI d MrS. J. T. Qutgley H a zen at- their aunt, Miss Margaret accompaniedby Dur. Mrs. Brainard H a r vey and Texas, after spending a for San Diego, Calif., after spend I SB.IKS-KOKKITK & (Y>. 1\
Vivian
reel and exercise ofschool shinier who teaches there. daughter, Elizabeth Ann were leavo with hill wife here. ing some time with his parents, I .l\<-KS )N\na.E, ""L.\. "
ded the graduation visitors to Gainesville :Mr and Mrs. A. H Kelsey.
Tuesday. I
Mrs. L. J, Green and children Mr. and Mrs George E. Miller
edAndereon Ar- Judy and Archie spent Wednesday Mrs. W. O. Carr of Dade City and son, Jack, who have spent the ....... ... ___T\\aA_ .-. : t
l!ss! ) yi Wednesday of afternoon In Jacksonville\ :and Mrs. Karma Daukszts of St. past five months here with Mrs. ----- -
guest
., was a Mrs. E. M. Davis. Mr. H. T. Osteen of Plant City' Petersburg: were week-end guestsof Miller's parents Mr and Mrs. I. ,
I' sister Davis and Mrs. Sam spent a few days this week with their sister, Mrs Bernice Op- P. Shepherd have gone to Denver
li Mrs took her home Wednes.y his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. : pei ftiun. Colorado to spend the summer L'
Ierlon P. M. Barefoot Mrs. Bobby Turner Miss Nina c4 ONTwin
afternoon. I
Bishop and Miss Carolyn Green Miss Ann Daniels of Miami Is Bedroom Suits
spent Friday In Jacksonville. a guest this week of her cousin

ICE COLD WATERMELONSCantaloupes Milton St. Peter spent the week- Miss Gayle Sewell.
end here with his
family enrouteto Mrs C. W. Savage and little
-- his new assignment with the daughter of Jacksonville! returned
'=
SOLID ELM
.,etIlt .. Government at Perry to their home Sunday afternoonafter
p ( Mrs R. R. Crosby and Miss
spending several days herewith '4
Lucille Crosby spent Tuesday aft- Mr. and Mrs O. W. White. ; rii Consists of 10 pieces' ,
ernoon In Palatka.
r Sgt. and Mrs. Willard Pass The Rev J. E. Shepherd pastor i i 2 REDS, ONE VANITY,
of the Methodist Church at Grove
spent Sunday with friends at ', w. 1
ONE VANITY
land, was here last week for a BENCH,
Peaches Jacksonville Beach. ,
1.1. Mr and Mrs. R. J. Davis wentto short visit with his brother and J1 ONE NIGHT TABLE,
sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs I. P. > t''
I ONE CHEST DRAWERS
Tallahassee Friday to bring Shepherd. ; $ fl{
home their daughters Ida Lou Le'' a TWO SETS COIL
and Marjorle: from FSCW. Misses Mr and Mrs. II A. Bishop have : .
l -c '
Complete Line of Fresh a Shirley Colley and Clarice Thomas returned from Macon Ga., where 'a SPRINGS AND TWO

Fruits & VegetablesDICANDIO'S have already 'returned to spend they attended commencement exercises FELT; HATTEU MAT-
the summer with their parents at Wesleyan Female Col- : "" TRESSES.
lege. They were accompaniedhome ,, ,
and Mlssi* Gayle and' Virginia
by their daughter, Miss Nina '
CURB MARKETWalnut Sewell are returning this week.
Mr. and' Mrs. John A. Scott of Bishop, who has Just finished her R/iU/ $242.00
At Cherry Street Mandarin were weekend guestsof Sophomore :year at Wesleyan Col-

Mr. and Mrs Milton St. Peter. lege.
Mrs. Edith Moseley has returned James Edward Cottrell. a for
from a month with her brother- mer student of the BHS, was grad-

in-law and sister, Cpl. and Mrs. uated from the Leesburg high GOOSE NECK ROCKERS - - - $45.95
W. H. Hart in Ft. Meade, Md. i school on last Tuesday. This I
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH A-C and Mrs. Earl Johnson and young man Is Just 18 years of:
daughter and Mrs. J. M. Brown-I age and had volunteered' for the
lee spent Thursday of Navy, and before the date of his
OCCASIONAL RADIO and END TABLES
Sunday School.:": 10 A. M. visiting in Gainesville. graduation be was called to Great ---
Comer P. Perryman win reportto Lakes Naval Station. His parents,
Morning Worship 11 A. M. **" Jacksonville Monday after Mr. and Mrs J. D. Cottrell, have

spending a leave with his parents, numbers of friends here as they
Evening Service 8:00 P. M. Judge and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman. have often visited Mr. and Mrs BEAUTIFUL STUDIO COUCHES - $86.50
He expects to be sent to a Navy W. B. Sewell and family. .
Receiving/ Station In California. T. Sgt. Tillman Hutto has returned -
Soldiers and Wives Cordially Invited Judge E. K. Perryman Is spend- to his station at Boca Ration -
ing this week in Atlanta, Ga., at- after a furlough' here with IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

tending to business and will at- his parents, Mr. and Mrs L. S. '

Go To Church Why Not Try Ours? tend ,the wedding Friday night of Hutto and his wife and son John H. Denmark Furniture Co.

his clece, Miss Jo Perryman. Mrs, : Emmett Perryman, Jr., ot:
Mrs. F. L. Durshlmer was calledto Atlanta spent the week-end here PHONE 151 .' STARKE, FLA.
Richmond, Va., Monday on ac with Judge and Mrs E, K. Perry- i '
count'of the illness of her father, man. WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITURE
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Used to be when a fellow wanted Miss Ida HasanI

,, .J Jl to make a hit with the girt 7oJ'bS'KE e . e . e e Slekh shows U., S. 'fighting
> ( friend, he would take her a nice 'oaet1 men digging fonhol under
box of chocolate candy. Nowadays Mrs. H. G. Jarrell and Mrs L ti lire on a Pacific beachhead.
If he want to go over real W Van Epps of Jacksonville! spent
big he takes her. a box of breakfast Friday night with their parents, /

bacon (If he can find, It-) If Start Your Mr. and Mrs. W. W, Packham. Pa '

the meat shortage gets any worse, S 1-c and Mrs. L. W. Van Eppes :
we'll oon be giving/ hamburger Post 'War Planning left Saturday morning for Yank-

for Christmas presents By Placing Your ton S. D, to Visit Seaman Van

Epp's parents .wJk
Order Now For S. S. Adkln qf Jacksonville :

These Appliances visited his ulster, MI'.. R. M. Her f.-
ey Monday.
W. Ezell of Jacksonville .
Mrs O
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AUTOMATIC: Mrs. R. M. Hersey last week.
New Shipment of HOME: LAUNDRY I I I
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REFRIGERATORS Maltenol 1 Tlrella, Uvtun '
C7tfUEE RANGES i dant. ('...... No 8772OHDRH _, ,
OP/ I't'HL.H'ATION AND
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Will Fill Orders In Provlnrn of. llaruna. Sicily. If
'fa You are r"'|ulr.d to appear. on ,
Order of Application June' 15th IDfii".ln, the .above nam lr
j ed Court' and cause, wherein plaintiff
seeks: divorce, Bradford County ..F/., ;
FULL LINE Telegraph shall publish thin Orderin I
next tour weekly IMUO ,
Witness my hand and nfflrla'
S.h 'WIRING SUPPLIES neat at "Htarke" Florida, this May
o ei 10th, 1945OFFICrAti, I
( SEAM A. J. Thomas. 4
An Clt-rk of said Court.
Electric Motors Hon. Walter C. llardenty, Daytona. .
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, Mra. Frieda Clark of Gainesville -
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?+ THE 7"1 WAR LOAN ... Americans as.i individ- voted by Congress to help our veterans get -started again in' civilian life.

uala are taking on their biggest quota to date-7 billion dollars, 4 billions m That's the least we can do in return for what they've done forE us.:

Bonds alone. "

You may be wondering, "Why this biggest of all individual quotas now? t.Winning the Peace
Haven't we already reached the peak?"

A fair. question-requiring a straight answer. There are other weighty reasons for supporting the 7th War Loan-reasons
that take us from the present to the future.

The Money I Is Needed for War 1 By investing in the 7th War future.Loan, the patriotic American is safeguarding
his own future, his country's

f i The Battle of Japan has just begun. It must be backed up paid for, fought for .By putting every.dollar over rock-bottom expenses into the purchase
+ R w.X by a free people, intent on sweeping the Pacificclear, of fascist hate-forever. War Bonds he is delivering body blow to wartime Inflation-thus puttingWith

4J'' Vt the war in the West our first and major concern, we have not yet been a lid on the cost of living and maintaining intact the purchasing power of the
) I able to go all-out in the East.. But neither has the Jap. dollar. At the same tune, too, he is insuring the country and himself againstThe
.M the catastrophe of a.possible postwar deflation-with depression unemployment
war to crush Japan will be bigger, tougher, and longer than most and heartache. ,
Americans expect. The Allied Military Command has estimated that it will misery, '
take years, not months. So save for your country-save for'yourself. In helping your country, you
also Come we'll all need education .
are helping'yourself -
peace money'
of
The destruction of Japan's armies INs not yet reached the annual rate
replacements, retirement new homes, a new start-and we'll need a lot of it.
normal between 200,000 and 250,000 men a And the Jap,
replacements
: year.. And there isn't a better or safer'.highroad to your goal than United. Statesas
our men in the Pacific know, fights to the death. -' -
Bonds. ,
1 Sayings ,
As far';as Japan is concerned-the outer Empire-and the men who defend jar- .?
it-are expendables. The Jap will fight the Battle of Japan from inside the Making 2= 3 ? ;

1 inner Empire, of which Iwo Jima was ah outpost. And Iwo Jima, according.
{ Ll to Admiral Nimitz was a pattern of the resistance our forces may expect to This year there will be only two War Loan Drives, not three. But in those two
t as i>r f meet in future offensives. drives the Government will have to raise almost as much money from individuals -

as in the three drives last year. That means bigger extra bonds in the

s New Tasks New Needs 7th. Because only by buying more can we make 2 take the place of 3.
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4 The 26 million Americans who buy bonds on payroll savings are already off
The single greatest obstacle-to our crushing of Japan is distance. While in the to a flying start! These patriotic men and women began their buying in April.
Battle of Europe supply ships from our bases in England had only an overAnd they will keep on buying extra bonds through May and June!

night run to make, ships in the Pacific have long-reach round trips taking up It's now up to the rest of us. It's our turn to swing in line. To raise the vast

to 5 months to make. sum needed every American will have to dig deeper into current income=-dig

To crush Japan will take time,heroic and back-breaking effort, overpowerdeeper into cash reserves. Only by buying bigger extra bonds can we stretch
ing equipment. 2 into 3!

Millions of fighting men-freshly outfitted and equipped-will have to be Let all Americans do their part-for their own sake, for their country's.moved .
from Europe halfway around the globe and supplied day-in, day-out
If have an income whetherfrom work land have a
you or capital, you
SPREDWALL by hundreds of new ships now building., quota in-the 7th War Loan.. Find out what that quota is-and make it!
More of everything will be needed. More B29s. More tanks, half-tracks,

'U'ad4lle Tate< '7e e4a' jeeps and trucks. More rockets, mortars, airborne radar. '
FIND YOUR QUOTA AND MAKE Iii
A wholenew, air force is in creatIon-huge new bombers dwarfing the Super- e- -

7 PAINTYou'll fortress-fast new jet-propelled combat planes, the P-80 or "Shooting Star," YOUR 'IRSONAL MATURITY MIGHTY TNI
pr If YOUR AVIRAOI
coming off the lines by thousands. WAR BOND YAWS O'
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in any previous one. The seven S . . . . . .
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[ Comedy songs In the film are delivered 5 Sophia Baundern, If 1..1...., sate to the Bill of Complaint filed
by
If dead, her unknown helm at law against. you In the above styled
and the Spltalny ensemble and Peggy Brooker Pine Level GrahamBy loicatoii deviseec o r grajttn*: cause a suit to quiet and confirm
bbott Sarah f. Wynn. If living, ana 1C title and remove,) cloud aa set out
Park Ryan. dead her unknown h.lr.* ... law, and described In the bill of complaint -
ello At By Joye! Atkinson fly Mrs. II. M. MrRaeRev. Isgateesdevleees| or Krantc: A. I). 1045
The story of "Here Oome theCoEds" . . . . . . . e . . e . . Mm. Edward Norman Jamoa J*. Wynn, If 1 living, aj)* If at the o'.rth'.I: : : In iilnrke, Bradford ,
the Co-Eds", whichSunday has to do with the efforts . . e e . . dead.. hi* unknown hxlra at law County, Florida. Herein fall I
e come FAMILY; l Kut' "en, devlseee n( r arHntf; : sot, or a decree pro confeaao will
Monday and Tues of Abbott and Costello. REUNIONfamlJy W. E. Hall fl11t'chis\ regular Sunday guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Hubert Keith .. truMve for Hi.ph theatre features assistant caretakers of an exclu- A reunt/n was held Sun appointment at Pine Level Edward Norman were Mr. and nndra alaio known. an Uol 4i4j% It I I.. further ordered that thinorder
park) O. iI"und.r"rlh and
the Abbott and Coetel- sive girls' college to save the old day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Church Sunday and a large congregation :Mrs O. C. Crosby of Rising Mr. Jam.. J. Wynn!' If living 1Pynn, anti If be Telegraph nubllnhed' ", ,In a the newnpniivrpublUhed ) ITradfordOxinly I

edJl/\9 cast IncludII school from going under the auc- Vance Russ In honor of Pvt. J. B. was present.We and Mrs. Clyde Robertson, Mr. dead his. unknown "cl..or. lit In 8 t a r k e, Ilrndtord I
.upportlng Russ true; Jee.e N. Jones. If living, andIf
County Florida
a of once a week for
Oklahoma.
and his All Girl tioneer's hammer. To raise thenoces8&rY Dinner was are glad to know that Miss and Mrs. Edward Robertson Mrs. dead hln unknown hlra at law, fear ronnecutlva week prior to
spltaln Ryan, Martha funds they engineer agirls' served out-of-doors under large Lucille Ward Is. better and has Rachel Green and Miss Nellie leKKtoeH, d.vlH.... nr .rnnte' ...; Ally ell. llth day ot June A. n. 1945.
Jon .
of .
tra Peggy oak trees. wife Jnmoa 1>>> Jones, If IN WITNESS: WHKIIKOF. I have
LOn Chaney Donald I championship basketball Present with Mr. and returned to her home! from Glendale Green all of Brooker and Mr. living, and If Read, her unknown hereunto net my hand and the seal ,I
oil Vincent and many game and a wrestling match, with Mrs. Rues and Pvt. .Russ were Hospital In'Palatka. and Mrs. Gordon' Jones and daughter heirs at low. iHKnleea, ilnvlKKtia ortrranteoa of our Hold. Circuit c'ourt. at stark. a'
Jaonh' Johna If and
June : little Lou Costello getting hilariously Mr. and Mrs. Ernest'Rut's and living Hradford County, Floriie. on this :
Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. Carolyn. If dead his unknown helm at law the 7th day of May A. D. 1945. ,\
family. Mr. and Mrs. leg-Hteea, dlit<>en or .. John
In this involved in both. F E. Russ rant e ; A. J. THOMAS!'
is more music and son, Mr. and and Mrs. H. M. McRae were Mr. Gene and Hillary Watson cele I>. McKinley. IF living, and If dead Clerk Circuit: Court Bradford j
re of the funniest Mra.1Json
One film
than scenes and Mrs. J. M. brated their hla unknown' heir. at law Iniriudevl .
I Costello picture McRae Mra. Paul birthday anniversaries County, Florida.OFFICIAt
and Russ and family Mr. and Mrs. tee., ..*a or irrntee;, Wllbert < HEAL) I ,
N. G. Stokes and Bridges of Starke and Mr. and at their homeSunday.. H. Roircra, If llvinw" and If dead Jo* 11111 William, Lake Hutler
family Mrs. Mrs Alfred Brown of Richmond,. Mr: and Mrs :El::: T. Young haveas his unknown helra at law, legatee., !Florida. Solicitor for Plaintiff
Steaks Henry Pate and daughter Mr. devlave or grantee; Jennl Haicamnn. E-ll 4t '-l I
guests their Mrs.
daughters- It llvlnir. and If dad, her
and Mrs. Sanford Hicks Va.Mr. .
finest and family Herbert Howell unknown helra law. r
The and Mrs. Rodman Reddish sand Miss: Mary at legatee.
Shrimpfoods Mr. and ..
Mrs.
Getzon devlaeen <
Parker or crant ; I. M. Freak "
and family Mr. and Mrs. H. E. and children of Vanderbilt section Frances Young of Georgia and I and Company, acorporation.. If Instetenee . .. just like mother .
O were dinner guests Sunday of Hiss Eloise Young of Washing and If not, Ita unknown I II
Stokes and family Mr. and Mrs. ueceor trtiateea or
SEA' FOOD Lee Wlllts and family Misses Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae. tom. S-ranteea; k. M.; rit and unknown: I used to
make"t
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at reasonable FISH OR Louise and Madge Bless, C. L Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall were Mrs. Kate Starling visiting: nos-' \-! t

MEATprices Atktnsot and daughters Joyceand Sunday dinner guests of: :Mrs. relatives In Tampa: thl* week. of I. M. Frank and company and ,

PLATE Dean, Mlw Vellta Hicks Mr. Inea Kelly. Beryl Casey S 2-c of Daytona any right and title all or persons Interest claiming In and''any to

'LUNCH and Mrs. Z. V Russ Misses Anode Mr and Mrs. WIn. Guy Hall of Beach spent Sunday with his parents the following described landa In I ..LAPPSr1iw
Mr. and M '1"' L, Bradford County, Florida, to-wit:
Lee and Armetla Rogers and Green Cove Springs were recent s Caary.:
& Call St. \\-b Fractional lota Av nand C, Im
Court Sgt. and Mrs Dave Gatney. guests of Mr. Hall'a parents Rev Recent Sunday guests of Mr. Block One (1) of Wynn' Addition -

.. VegetableeGeorge Friends of Mrs. C. L. Atkinsonwill and Mrs. W,' E. Hall. I and Mrs. T. 1., Casey were;: Mrs. Bectlon to Town twenty-eight of Htarfee<128), )being Town In

Kopelousos regret to learn that she la Mrs. Minnie Frier of Starkewas I Yola Vestal Mrs. Louise Buibee ship nix (O.South, Itfenge twenty- ? a
Owner 45c 111 In the Alachua County Has visiting Mrs. H. M. McRae and children Beau and Patty and two: (88) nestOREITiNOS:: 7
Jay Arnold.
pltal Gainesville Sunday. You and each of you are h"r..byrequlr..d

Mrs. Vincent Pozar and son of Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas to appear,. pluad'. or answer

UIDON; URILL Jacksonville are visiting I i her 'and son Kenny of Brooker were UDC Radio ProgramOf .-

mother Mrs Doshla Prescott.Mr. 'Sunday guests of Mrs. Thomas'
interest to members of the
and Mrs. J. E. Hardy spent parents Mr and Mrs H. H.
local U.D.C, Chapter and: friend
Best And Forget The 'Rest" the week-end in Gainesville with 'Lewis. will be
Eat At The I aa, address toe be madeo'l'er'
relatives. Mrs. J. E. Murshee and son ,
radio station: TVRUB Sunday
Seaman Earl San Edward Hall of Hllllard were j i
Cook of
afternoon June 3, at 1:45: p. m.
Francisco returned Tuesday after week-end guests of her parents The speaker will be Dr. RembertW.

having spent a 30-day leave with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hall. Patrick of the University' of

Old Sarge's Place his mother, Mrs. Cecil Moore. Mrs. H. H. Lewis and Mrs. H. I Florida, who will speak In behalf

Mrs. C. C. Melvin and Mrs. M. McRae were visiting friends! of the Florida Division of U.D.C. 2

Pledger Gainey were. shopping in In Starke Tuesday and were din- : Dr. Patrick la well known a.. the
IARKETS ORIGINAL '* Alachua Saturday. ner guests of Mrs. :Mlnnel Frier : author of "Jefferson Davis and a

Mrs. Elva Abernathy of Tampa and daughter, Mra. Julius Hollln. His Cabinet" and other historicalbooks.
Remember church services at
IARMYTORE r and son Pfc. Jack Abernathy were Pine Level Sunday. /&od )

visiting Mrs. Nora, Sapp Monday.
i* THIS rinctiT rtkiRT.Jimritu Icianwn
Pfc. Abernathy was recently lib S . . . eSunnybrook. . CIRCUIT! or rt.oitn .
erated from a German prison )". IN AM) Foil III1"n..o..o" 9 to

1 camp. BOYDV.roimrr.'! HOI.I.OWAV iv ritA N,('IR! Y, Restaurant Hours:, Except t TuesdayINTEGRITY :

\' Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry were I PlalnUct.I ,

visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Har- By Mrs.' Arsula Crawford I DRUiiV nrenmsit. et al,
AuthorizedBy rell In Santa Fe Sunday. . . . . . . : Dt-feadant

\ The 'War Department Pvt. J. B Russ, enroute from OnrtEH OF 1'Unt.ICATION
Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Halt of AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
Ft. Sill Okla., to Ft. Meade Md.,
Level TUB STATE OF
Pine were dinner guests PLOIUPA TO:
spent several days last week with Drury ReddUh If living and IfduaJ.
Sunday of Mrs. Inez Kelly and . his unknown heir at law
his
OperatedBy family. of conduct and with better
1' I Pvt. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs. legatees, devlxeei or grantee, Isaac. dealing
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long and M. also known I.. M.
Frank a*
and in all
Ex-Soldier Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Crosby at- thoughtfulness economy our
an family and Mrs. G. B. Colson }Frank it living, and If dead his
tended church at Lawtey Sundayand unknown heirs at law. legatee. ,
these mark the
serving
reputable
were visiting in' Starke Sunday.S d..vlB..... or grantee: Lrfiul Wltkov-
1-c J. W. Kelly of New York were dinner guests qf Mrs.Crawford's ski If living, and If dead him unknown quality of this welt known firm
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sister and brother-in- heirs at law, legatee, d."h..e& -
HEADQUARTERS was visiting his family here last or grantee. ; Mary Cl. Wit-
week. I law Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Red- kovikl the wife oil Louis Wltkov- *

MILITARY SUPPLIES ski, If living, and If dead. her unknown -
OR ALL Sgt. and Mrs. Dave Galney of dish.Pvt.
and Mrs. Alton Dobbs ''bnd heir at law, legatee, devliieea -
JEWELRY Miami have been visiting here. or grantees; Benjamin it. DEWITT C. JONES
NOVELTIES and daughter, Eloise, Mrs. Inez Kelly Wltkovikl.I If living and If dead,
Mrs. Telata Crosby and Mr. and Mrs. Myrtle Hal slop and his unknown heir al t law, legatee, AMBULANCE SERVICE
,
and Mrs. Larson Mintz and devlee or grantee: Felix Witkovikl. -
baby were visiting in Palatka It living, and If dead, his
daughter of Jacksonville were Wednesday. unknown heirs at. law,' legate I ., Funeral Director ; g,
''S'uslow'SArmy''Sto're visiting l Mr. and Mrs L. R. devises or granteen; Florence .
en Joyce Ward spent Sunday In Wltkov.kl. If living, and If dead STARKE PHONE 7 .
Gainey Sunday. I I New River with Mr. and Mrs. her unknown helra at law legatee,

Pfc. J. R. Mott has returnedto Eatheln.Sapp. ?. devlieea llvlw,or'...grantee..r(f dead; Ida her-unknown Wltkov.kl.It . . , Our local (unera(jhome,tnablft{ 'us to,, ,..,.f.
Atlanta Ga., after spending a devlnee offer convenience' and services i
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward and helra at law legatee orarant.eur not
brief leave with his parents Mr Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Marsh of Leo Wltkovakl If llvlna- otherwise available. J I
and Mrs. Newn Mott. and If dead his unknown helra at
Jacksonville were visiting Mr and law legatee, devisees or grantee,
Pvt. and Mrs. J. B. Rus, aDd Bnphla O. Bandar, aleo known a*
Mrs. W. C. Ward and family HOSPITAL, EQUIPMENTWith
Starke Fla.
E. Call Street son Vernon and Misses Joyce and
Monday night.A the growing demand for hospital l equipment for use In the h
Dean Atkinson Mrs.C. .
were visiting
large crowd from this section home we have Increased our supply which Is available at a nominal -
L. Atkinson In Gainesville
I attended the Singing Conven- charge. As a part of our service we deliver and set up this\

I. Thursday.Mrs.. Pledger Galney and son tion at Boatdrata Church Sun- -" equipment In the homo both locally and in the surrounding

were visiting her' mother-in-law day.Luclle Ward has returned to her territory hi

\\Meet lJI eAt Mrs Bill Gainey in Hague several home here after spending several WAR BONDS :j

days last week. days la the hospital at P latka.
landing Center, Bar"tette8t Mrs. C. H. Layfield has returnedto

ea Valdosta Ga., to be near her
i
husband who Is stationed there.

Misses Frances Barry .and THROUGH THESE PORTALS
\" Marie Green and T. B. Pinholster

1 attended the singing convention at THE '
PASS BEST SOLDIERS
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Boatdraln Sunday. att9/hedub1.
met
ot and children \
Edna
Mrs. Hayes '
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,-- te\to a. \t attended the funeral services of I

beat et o\11\i Mrs S. Attaway In Perry Sun- .. .

\ day. Mrs. Attaway was a sister

V. V\t of Mrs. Hayes.Mr. I ,

',, and Mrs. L. A. Mott and I II

family were visiting In Alachua .
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'., : 'Ji:;, '. .. J'" ""c'IIIII", "' '" Misses Madge Bless and Ilean .r
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"alt.t''r' v >' ""-'.t', j ,p,.,' '?' Atkinson were visiting In Gainesville T: : ,f
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Beulah Harrell and Mrs.
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Cecil Moore and son, Seaman Earl ,4TLAN.IC

Cook attended Lee High School f _

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l N DING Friday May 25. Miss Mil- .. ;z Y MM eMYAeewNVewrw "

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i P.OE_ Glrr BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA Jl'JUDAY, Jtlr r J 111
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(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. I. General
The Service Men'a being was R P. McLeondon who visited {rancher. Mrs. Fancher came A. Clerk. of said Court. MlDHUurl.. Delivery, Car .
evening
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? Methodist Church . . e friends and relatives during the rue day trom their home In St. Hon. 1. Frank Landrum Thom.1. You are required :
held !in the recreation building
t
I / Fla. Atty. for Plf. '-! July Jnd. 111411, .
.ouls to Join her husband for a in the abut n... .
Sunday, June 3. will be the each Thursday night at 8 p. m. I IB State Farm day.Rev. Court and cause Wh'rolu r """.

'lr t Worship period In this con- proving very popular. Prayer L. A. Shepherd made an visit here. IN ('In."I'I'1''\"TV, KIOI COt'RT II>AI 1IIIA1JFOHIICOI IN
u rence year. The pastor, the meeting each Wednesday night: at lly M.... Bryan UWUieldCOMMMUNITY address at the Vesper Service at Thursday of last week Mrs. S. CIH: 1', next four weekly puhil.b' I I., thh eo"0,.

.;t I, Hev. W. J Churchw lI. will haveas 8pm. with an Interesting pro- . . . . . . .I the Starke USO Sunday eveningh R.. Dobnon and Mrs. James Johns lasso WeHlev Mae Warren Warren, ,Plaintiff Defendant, vs. I- ....al'Vitn.,..t my<1'OFFICIAL hand UPF.

F ''i hU sermon topic, "PeopleWithout gram. j Is subject being. "By Faith. ,l Starke and their visitors, Mr. Case No. 8808O1IDBK 80. 19411. FI.rlda' dtb.r"""II.
: CLUB MKETS: America" and Mrs. Theodore Ducharme of OF Pl'ntlCATIOV: ( SEAL) ,
A Vision Will Perish"Holy Scouts of Troop 112 sponsoredby ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR A. Clerk of \ J '
' ;4 Communion will be observed the church, enjoyed a hike Careful selection of harmonizing . i Mrs. Leona Ward of Ocala wart Pennsylvania, were dinner guestsof STATE OF FLOHIDA to: lasso' Hon. T. .aid Cnlll'. 'tea"",
/ colors and blossoms I Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Land Wesley Warren, whose residence Fla. Atty. forkPlf. "dr"" '" Biel
this west Scout and
y at both services. : accompanied by t J visiting Mrs. Bert Chambers H .:
shown in the arrangements o t Mr and Mrs. J B. Strickland :
11 of the evening sermon master M. C. Ware. Mr and Mrs. X: E. Chambers r -
Topic flowers! used at the regular meet Graham
and son, Johnnie, of were
The Intermediates of the church during the past week
will be "The Word That Opens ing of the Community Club Tues Bates III with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis
?tr. and Mrs. H. O. ,
Heaven, There In good singing wll have a Father-Mother Ban- day afternoon of last week. Mrs.C. and little daughters Nancy and and family last week-end. BRADFORDENGINEERING !

and a quet tonight with the leader, Miss M. Turney, President, presidedover Whitfield
+t? plain Gospel preaching Barbara, are now living in the Miss Roberta came
hearty welcome awaits everyone.MANUFACTURERS Carol White, and Mrs. W. J. the meeting 'and a roundtable house formerly occupied by Mr home Monday for her vacation

r Churchwell In charge. review of the work of the I and Mrs. Kelly Tyus. With them between the winter and summer I
out the fact that I it
Club brought are Mrs Bates parents, Mr. and sessions of FSCW, Tallahassee. o.I
has met its calls for War and
MrA Francis Gilbert. Mr. Bates After visiting her parents Mr.
Community needs fully. Mrs. L.
is the Parole Supervisor attached and Mrs. Lorenzo Cox, In Sopc-
'
F, Chapman and Mrs. Field'ng!
to the Prison and, until this recent hoppy for two weeks Mrs Lyn-
Chapman, as hostesses on this occasion J. MAURICE
move he and his family wood Watts, with her lIOn Lyn- EDWARDS, Mgr.
served sandwiches, cookies,
lived in Orlando. wood returned home Monday of '
0 ; ,
coffee social
mints and during the
For several days last week Mr. this week. Mrs. W. W. Dalin of

: OF \\17 t.aS hour. and Mrs 1. Durden had as their Sopchoppy came home with Mrs PHONE 94

Through a message from her guest their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Watts.

Concrete Blocks I father, C. W. Ford of Linden, Russell Cordy of Tennessee. Visitors of 'Mr. and Mrs Al
pfllllinl OJ After Wltb Mr. and Mrs.
Alabama, Mrs Fielding Chapmanwas being Rogers Monday were Mrs. Arch

-- informed last Thursday of L. A. Shepherd from Thursday Crawford Mrs. O. K. Walker and We Can Furnish You With All
v until Saturday Miss Mildred Williams ; Sizes
,u1 the safety and well-being of her MiIM Mattie Stone of Sanderson
BUILDINGMATERIALS DEFENSE- brother Capt. J. S. Ford. This I student at FSCW, Tallahassee Concrete Building Blocks Gravel Sand.

was the first communication from I went to her home in Ring-

yt;, ; Your Auto need Protec Capt.. Ford since February 20 and I gold, Ga. She was accompaniedby TabernacleThe Mortar Mix and Cement

I faints Roofing tion. Investigate Comprehensive his family had been notified that Mrs. Shepherd whose visit to three day Bible Conferencethis ,' ALSO
:;. his plane was shot down in the her former home at this time
week with Dr. John McNeil,
1Ii, .. Hardware *Wallboards and Collision Insurance European area following his 115 was occasioned by the graduationfrom
READY
the Scotch MIXED
Evangelist, was greaUy CONCRETE
missions. high school of another sis-
before It's too enjoyed by all who heard this

Mrs. R. P. McLendon and son."Spanky" ter. gifted evangelist and hymn writer. DELIVERED TO YOUR JOB
late. HIM 'Toye Fender spent the
; are visiting the parents Dr. McNelll makes the Bible the i'
week-end with relatives In
I' '.. of the former M*, and Mrs.J. Orlando.past most interesting book In the

v ANNISBUILDING T. Cogdlll, in Knoxville Tenn. world. 1\TE CAN INSTALL ALL :.
the State Farm TYPES
4 Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cope were During a stay at
Charley E. Johns luncheon guests of Mrs. Cope's Hospital because her young son, He Is also a gifted musician, HARD TILE AND ASPHALT TILE,

mot her, Mrs. Ada Hubert, in Adam, was a patient there last and played several numbers on '- Let Us' Give You An Estimate
_
\ Jacksonville Wednesday. week Mrs. Pete Brlnson of Max- his English concertina, of which .

Agency vllle was the luncheon guest of there are only three in the U. S.,
En route from Ft. Lauderdale
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld. according to Rtpley.

''f SUPPLY Phone IS 8TABKE. FLA. where to her she home had in visited Knoxville relatives, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs:H. M. Richarde, People were delighted a the Let Us Build-Your ''Post War HomeSTARKE

Mrs A. M. Richarde and Henry unique way the Gospel was pre-
Mrs. S. R. Foster spent the past
Rlchardo were in Jacksonville last sented and the clarity and depths
Depot & Pleasant Sts. week with her brother-in-law and
+ J week-end .s guests of relatives. of the messages were ,unequaled.
alster, Mr. and Mrs. C. ,M. Tur
I + Phone 1325Gainesville. ney. Mrs. W. D. Newton, motherof Jane Richarde returned home with.. While pastor in Washington, D.
them after a week's visit with her C., Dr, McNeill was on radio each
Mrs. and Mrs.'
Fla. THE Turney Foster I p-ranrlpaients Mr, and Mrs. J., H.Rltch. Sunday and has had letters of appreciation .
Representing TRAVELERS Hartford was also Visiting Mr. and Mrs
from both the former
Turney as she was from
going up
Mrs. Effle Johns spent last President and his wife
Ft. Lauderdale for a stay with
week-end with Mr. and Mrs O. -
Mrs. Foster and her '
family. FLA.Sun.
+ K. Walker In Baker County. J. A. Sasser and son, Jimmy .
y'r a Rev. and Mrs. Grover Alison Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. of Shamrock are visiting friends

and young daughter Margaret, of t and Mrs. Lawrence Dugger '
n t DON'T FORGET were and relatives here this week. Mr.
t It''' >2 F, ; Starke were supper guests of Mr. ;Mrs. Raleigh Rye and Mrs. 'Bill Sasser was a resident of 'Starke Mon. Tues. June 3-4-5
and ''}!,.. Whitfield Wednesday "
Bryan 1 Knabb and little Raleigh Knabbof 30 years ago and was a memberof H

of last week. ( Macclenny. the city police force. His

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite were Sgt. Ellis Fancher arrived Saturday father Dan Sasser, operated Pow- GoULE OF OLD SCHOOL CHUM.ps

visitors of Dr. and Mrs. W. E.//11 from a Canadian Air Baseto ell's turpentine still here for 30 1

Murphree In Gainesville Sunday. t spend hla furlough with his years. Working

Accompanying Mr. and Mrs. Kite jWANTRD parents, Mr. and Mrs.: P. D.II.ROLD I I .


1 I IN ruin IT rot it'r. niitDKonnCOl ,. '' through

C. WALL JOS. E. WILSON NTV, FLOHIDtl IN: OIANCKRY. .
GIRL'S
Mable Byrd. Plaintiff v*. Edward
Byrd Defendant. Can No. 3799. school
EVERY BRANCH OF ORDER OF PUBLICATION !
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
STATE OF FLORIDA tor Edward
I INSURANCEH.C.WALL Byrd, whose. residence I. unknown. NEWEST,
y their
COMING'-UP'SOON JUNE 17 You are required to appear on
July 2nd 1945 In the above named
\. Court and cause wherein plaintiff GRurEST .
'. seek. divorce' C".tody.n, main }'
,' tllllhterplul
tenance"of Children Bradford 4 +
County Telegraph shall. publish thin y
ri To be sure of something that will Order In next four weekly |"HKU ...i
Witness my hand and official
; AGENCY H..al' at Starke,. Florida, thl. May

i q i please him, select his gift early 25th(OFFICIAL, 1945 SEAL) A. J. Thomas

An Clerk of said Court.
from our vast array of useful items Constant Service ,Over 50 Years Hon J. H Harrison Law Exchange
Building, JackMonvllle, Florida e e
Atty. for, Pit. 8.1 4t 6-23 BBOTTCOSTEIWffCMI'JHi',

.,.. "I" ". 1 0 Please Phone U6CLASSIFIED I

IV (lltCI IT COI'HT. IIHADFORD
Rattling Trunks Sun (;lasses <'.<>!':MTV. KI.>HIUBI CHAN
.
( KHV.Beulah:
Rill Folds Military Sets Brannon Mayo, Plaintiff &

l FlashlightsShaving Fountain Pens V. Wllllara" Jeaxle. Mayo, Defen
dant. l'une No 8 SOS.
Sets Bibles ADS ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
Shaving Lotion Office Supplies STATE OF FLORIDA tot William wi

-'Bervlce station attend. Jennie Mayo, whose address. ...ndr.ald..nc. PEGGY RYAN
I..oST-Ladl. 17 Jewel Elgin .
ant tor night work Oult Oil wristwatch 1. unknown. doh
,
yellow .
1 i iw Corp Madl.on, and Walnut eta cold, gold band. You are required to appear on
Notify Mrs Leland J. Terrell. July 2nd 1946 In the above named Donald Cook
8.1 tip .
n..n. D..I. S'Rrke., Martha O'Driscoll '
or phone Blan- Court and cau.e, wherein. plaintiff
i ,
ding 979.tlTRAYEULark
; FATHER'S DAY GREETING CARDS FOUNR-Change purse containing seeks divorce and restoration of
social ..('..rlty card, etc Owner maiden. name Bradford County L Vincent
may have by paying for ad at Holstein. brown Jersey dr Telegraph .hall publish thl. Order Ion Chancy June 1
newspaper office. It cow crumpled horn, in next four weekly. In.ue..
marked
smooth crop left ear, WltneBU. hand and
my official seal
Three GraduatednrmuiriONH! HAVE! IT FIXED Many, little wallow$10 reward.fork underblt.Carl. right ear. at Starke, Florida, thl. May 28th, Charles Dingle Richard Lane
thine are breaking. up around 82. Taylor, Hoc 1945
the hou. those day. that you Lawtey. Fla. Up (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
Registered Pharmacists ,would replace It you could ret 10'01SALI3 .h story A. Clerk of .aid. Court SPilALHY 8H ;
them.. Thl. I. Impossible but buildingand Iota' lion Frank Land rum, Starke PHIL
maybe lean fix dwelling hou e. Next. Fla. A'fty for Plf. aa1IN
It. Ask for to Cooke 6.1 4t
.

I On Duty.,At All FOn Frank SAL13 at-Telegraph 1941. Chevrolet Office.sedan tf J W ck U..onvllle.Farrell Grocery.JH E.Caiih 05th 6-Z5 Mre.*tp t. ('lnrl'IT COt'HT.-, hllAPFOR 1.. \ H HOURUF CHARM A N

In F.Nor
food condition. FOR
Times C. B Ben SALE-Immediate delivery,
nett.. Lawtty Fla. 6-1S new COUNTY FLOHIUll IN CHANCKKY -
lipLIs'C Mercury and Quick Charge
Host battery. charirer. For further Isaiah L. Morrison Plaintiff va GIRL ORCH.C C5
Information contact R A., Yvonne Morrison, Defendant. Ca.e MI
ttw'1 I" YOUR FARM, Cll'1tNU 110 Lee. St. Jacksonville, Fla. No. esno. Fitt STEIN
"
ti' r I' ass.. 1" I" 1" ,,, r". .. DUSINESS PROPERTY . 1-25 2tp ORDER OF PUBLICATION -he i.ot du EVEIYN and her M o Dtf,v'qte"
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR -

WANTED family--Housekeeper trailer. .Good for pay,mall Apply Morrison STATE OF whose FLORIDA residence to;I.Yvonne No. 6 Ma.ry111 ,v # KOCH Mr. L.e Grand at Starke Aahburton
DRUG STORE Amusements. 5.25 Place, Cambridge Mass.
HRAL Zip You are required to appear on
STAAUT'EEgT:: LOI'tT--Gla. from July 2nd 1945, In the above named

G..t advertise. .f ..... Market.. Reward for State Information F.rmer' .Court...k. and divorce.cause, wherein. plaintiff -

_.-?* .try.le.pneerty.ef MM s.ad..aver._ leading Phone No.to recovery 9105 . 1. M. White, Telegraph shall publish Bradford thl.County Order

A_.. a.....* Hansa-F.r..... all .ver the Up In Wanes next .four w.ekly'I..ue.. ) Also Latest War News & Comedy
Werld. Fre. open HS |... FOR SALH -Cottaire on lake beau- eal Starke my hand and official
tlf.il Florida, this
E. A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY 100l'lnn. electric lights., running J0h, alt94 May
;i. water a rooms, bath and

Represented Locally fly ':rnT.h:; screened. 6 acre.porch! of, completely land'suit.

'SALE F. HOLLINOSWORTII able for for clt..u.' House well built 111 m mii imall* B Bntnfi HfHfuHl ni nnl

118 So. Walnut St. pl.ce.' permanent$*.S0) cash.home,C.good V. Tncle-fire

right Key.tone Heights, Fla.

FOR SALE One International and ___ 6-1 ttp J. P. Roberts Motors

one .Chevrolet pick-up truck. In.QuiI' FUR BALK-Duncan Phyfe daven
at Starke Ice Co. tf port, prewar construction, used
i I
\ fito
y "I01" ca.h Also
: FOR SALE-Concrete block lamp and
apart Na ? jraaollne IronHis. 600 TEMPLE
ment house, S apartments. In V Initlr'hl"' Key.tone .. AVE. STARKE FLA.
come |!06 per month. Cheap for Flo. 8.1 StpTilyi ,
cash. Phone (4. tl

Very Attractive Home
SPENCER SUPPORTS Individually, FOR SALE CHEAP
de.igned. Mrs. Bertha COMPLETE
Pearce 106 LINE
ui- OF
West St. 7-II-4tp WILL SACRIFICE on account

:MATTRESSES! of all kind leaving: city S-room furnished
renov"J.e -
Excellent Location reflnlshed Drop u. a card. looping
w7 porch,
"A3TINOS :MATTRESS! CO., Bo. thing room din.
J 130, Palatlrm, Fla. tf Ing room bath; large porch

i Price $6,000 Half surroundlnr homu>.. .1.-.t-. VirestoneTIRES
Cash 1 -- ---"
wired for
electricity and plumb.
t 30 ROOMS I I lag Can bo' made Into 10 rooms

ALL FURNISHED for efficiency apt*. Hotwe located -
2 ml. from school house

can be moved by ACCESSORIES AND
moving contractor -
OTHER
,y -P 4 BOOK A ROOM AHEAD: If de lred. Make mean MERCHANDISE

FOR YOUR WIFE 0'.e r. Writ Box 486,

W. T. CLUTE REALTOR OR PARENTS Starke, Fla.

Gas Heat In Bach Room

W ANTEDWom.with DODGE &

,: .119 EAST CALL STREET, STARKE LARRY'S PLACE tZ! JJSfMto. keep while house mother and husband work.care. PLYMOUTHSALES

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KINGSLEY LAKE small house. and .laryrtbu; :

1000 Feet From It.welcome Pref.r a. long ae you can stand AND SERVICE
B Gate small town or country
gl..1. No dud.. Write boa
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