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 8, 1945
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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- Islands atop a hill
- Philippine overlooking the sea,

.iI8 a thrilling sight, even I and I couTd see the buildings- Official County Publication A'slnbllRhf In 1877
first some three
that stories .
Gb; high-sidewalks \
'cJ.wearY I OLUMKSlXry.KVEN:
01 the water tank, and steel tele- : !: t4T\.RKE. FIAILlDA.i.'siin.t "
glimpSe dUNE 8. 19-13 .
I e 1g,1OW smudge PhWP-j; phone poles; all familiar small NlIIF.ll.! .....T"T......

town fixtures like those at home.

Lrd WIj boW Vy. The wakened sign a"Slow flood of School memories Zone"The a- County Collects Starke Groups Will Join Motorcade

dcd there i I women and children had not returned -
April for to the 100 1j'
: town, which was PercentOf
'e fondly In ruina, as a result of the
pre-
Just an- invasion shelling and bombing. To Attend Infantry Day Celebration '
on '
I elOUr Many of the men had returned, 44 Tax RollFor

r roadut though, and were working for the ____ \1- -
$ neVer Army at PZ.50 a day. A Peso la 4-
s it's a ) I Spectacular Show On
worth exactly 50 cents U.S.A. the third June 15th
consecutive
a Amcrl.J The Philippines I Commonwealth year THE LegislationOf Will
:J once Bradford County) has set the en- Have Parachute Jumps j.
Government
has tmtab- viable and perhaps ICHTV .
a com fished unprecedented, And Formal Parade '
celling prices, such an record of collecting Its
.. __ current tax
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centavo. HereIs
.14 weary I eggs/ a dozen, chickens roll 100 percent.

--. th..- Jan- soiled soil of I 25 centavos to PI.20 depending Tax ColUwtni-- ------?. **. A.* ......._.!_' ..'* ?Rnonqnr,._....-. -,.J. h.*,j. +..I..," uV".' ry_" i roT..t..iuu_ Bnune__ H_ .stark. Chamber __
Ich : Australians. on size, and bananas one made this of
announcemenfoflw'jg Commerce
and a motorcade will leave here at 1
| II east, and west Is. west, oentava each 100 centava the annual sale of delinquent tax ReviewedRepresentative Friday, June 15, and head for the colorful Infantry p. m. .
Peso. Day
twain meet In the Phil' equal one We> soldiers property held at the courthouse celebration to be held at
e Camp '
are urged to refrain from .- Monday Blandin starting at 2
t, Rudyard Kipling/ to the purchasing morning at 10 o'clock. I 4
notwithstanding. Here front the meager/ civilian Considered a very good Indication N. D. WaJni i o'clock.All

r te, slow.moving/ never source because, << the Jape of the prosperous condition of wright, Jr., was in Starke last' the motorcade persons planning to attend Infantry Day may join f

culture of the east have left ,the Filipinos barely Bradford County, officials here week-end, between the regular and I if they desire and it is hoped that as many

111I I own beside/ the mod- enough to live on until crop belljve that this record is unequaled special sessions of the State Legis Bradford County citizens will attend the observance as-pos- )
can be raised and lature, and reviewed side. Major General E. VV. Fales .
( flowing ever changing/ supplies by any other county in briefly the commander of the IRTC.
of the '\'ve-wlre west. brought In. Florida WAR LOANWith legislation that might be of spec has: extended a welcome to the general public to attend

-,ute pineapple plantations The ,majority of citizens In this Mr. Knight stated that every ial Interest to the people of Starke the day's program. J
section are known parcel on the and Bradford County. .
modern airport are withI I as Moros are 1944 roll offered The
|I of Chinese/ shops andtmeden Mohammedans, and were described for sale for taxes Monday was three weeks left to !go The salaries of members of the Walnut motorcade will form on ,
mosque to us as fierce and war-like. purchased by Individuals and the In the lilt War Loan Drive, Board of County Commissionersof Busses To Cooperate St., in front of the ;

me ashore with dry feet However those we have seen so bidding was quite spirited. This Bradford County stands at Bradford County were raised Bus lines I Woman's Club where special .

down the ramp and far are very peaceful, glad to see has also been the case in the the half-May mark with a by statute from $30 per monthto Blandlng hate operating to Camp stickers for each automobilewill

L the yawning Jaws of our us, and happy to work for the sales for 1943 and 1942. Approximately total of $157,945.23: on an $50 per month and the new special runs will announced be that I be distributed by W. T.

leaping mouth.. packs Army. The only dangerous weapon $7 .000 In taxes has been over-all quota of 9S07.0OO.OO salary became effective Monday, Infantry made on I Clute, chairman of arrangements., .If 1

lack, 'rifles In hand, and tiley' nave IS an 18-lnch-long machete collected this year, Mr. Knight E Bond sale to date have June .4.Salaries. Day the Juno crowd 15, to lo.accommodate lr-- The Rotary Club passed a reso
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[ ahead. We endured the -which Is the tool of .all Bays. reached 892.Z06.25, while the of members of the Ing to attend the reli-bratloJV lution Wednesday recommending

grins of soldiers from anivlslon <; trades In the south seas and with [ This Is quite a change from the E quota hew! Is. $264,000.00. Bradford County Board of Public The Orangw. Hun Linen that all places of business close

| who won back which they cut brush, cocoanuts, "depression days" when the list Instruction were likewise raised nlng between It t a rice, run-and for the afternoon on June 15 In

d In an amphibious land- garden vegetables and enemies. of delinquent t a x property was from $23 to $&0 per month. Blandlngr will/ move buNTs to order that employes may enjoy

jieek ago, with only alight American forces had been three or four times larger than This! will become effective with ramp as- quickly all they > the Infantry Day events. The

ent-after all, we were here but a week when the O.I. it is today and "I was the only Fine New Dairy the new budget' In July. loaded In an effort tu traiM-are Hoard of County Commissioners) t

owing orders. I motif became apparent In the person who attended the sales' Another local bill\ provided that port an many people an ban announced that Its memberswill
potiNlble
r our quartermaster dump local civilian .tyl..... Small won Mr. Knight recalls. Instead of members of the Starke Fire Department to the Infantry l>ay nhiiw. attend In a body', and other

I native were digging/ / / In- der for the Jap allowed the being, bought by individuals, as Now' Operating shall receive $4 per fire Camp /gates will !><< opt'oPeIwMe groups are expected to follow
earth for no apparent Filipinos scant If any, material is the case now, most of the de and $2 per practice Instead of $2 to the public and visitors' suit.

Investigation revealed I for restocking" their wardrobe linquent tax property reverted to per fire! and $1 per practice as will not IMI a' "llIh''''' to have l"1H't'tat'lIlar"| how

ley were digging/ up wll- during: the. three year of occupation. the State of Florida for want ofa A $15,000 'ddlry. complete with at present. patwoM. Speaking before the Rotary
household valuables When we arrived most buyer. Official Liable Club at Its Wednesday luncheon

Irand the Jiirw took over, localities were dressed' in rags, Sinc the establishment of new buildings and the most modern House Bill 315 sponsored by the 44H meeting Col. B. 1C. Anderson.

.; our Confederate f orehl and now It's the usual sight to Camp Bland ing:, almost five years electrical equipment Is now Starke Chamber o f Commerce, Club IRTC officer In charge of the Infantry

I to do In the War Be. see Filipino civilian reporting ago. real estate has been very ready to serve this community, passed both houses unanimouslyand Members Day program stated that

the States.! for work smartly turned out In active In Bradford County and according to an announcement would make It "Unlaw. Leave Next Week the celebration this year will be

tiled down near the out- the latest style 0.1. undershortsand eager buyers watch the list of yesterday by the. owner, W. H. ful for any person to commit any! For more elaborate than ever before.
Summer
r town in a cocoanut. grove maybe, shoes. I.delinquent,.*. 1_ _____tax_ property.. ready- toIL Newsome. *vMr. _act_ _under u,__ color of authority. as CampAbout .One:.__ of the.n.highlights__ of the afternoon -
uiv an oincer, ageni or of win M a 30-muiute
avauaoie uiip.iyethe
every parcel. On : parachute -
50
4-H
the other hand almost Newsome emphasizes the U. S. Coverti men t, State 'of I Club boys of this show staged by men from

has money with which everyone to fact that he Is not new to Starke Florida or any political subdivision county will attend the annual Fort Bennlng's famed paratroop
ord Roll of pay
Honor'cated
County's taxes and prpperty owners will but was born andy reared here, thereof, when such act is encampment next week at Camp school.
McQuarrle
not stand by and see their hold- and has now realize an ambitionto not authorized by law, and making the State district In addition to this spectacular ..
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"come back bOITh". such liable and camp, according/ to County Agent event Col. Anderson '
ings slip away for want of a few I person civilly L. T, Dyer. stated visitors .1 .
With Sunday Ceremony dollars._ I He operated a successful dairy responsible under such circum will see the actual firing of i
: .',', "'*... 4 .1. ,_ in St., Petersburg foV. lO years and stances." The boys who are permitted to every weapon used by the In- f

Local Dance StudentsIn recently sold out his Interests The bill further provides that attend hi'camp, Mr. D1.r a ll;; fAlltrT.-fl'tlr ;'Vb .'J jJ f' : ,
ord County's'Honor Roll I of. the men who have lost their there and bought the A. J.Thomas "Any peraon> who molests, Injures are farm boys who are carryingone throwers.. They will see an elab I ,'

and, women serving In the i I, lives In 'act ion. Mrs. Myrtle Revue TonightA farm home and acreage east of or causes another to suffer' or more1 projects In Food-for- orate display of training equipment .

orces of their country was I Priest, another Gold Star Mother Starke on Road 48. "I did not at damage or loss shall be civilly ; Victory Club this year. They leaveon and will be taken on,. bus
d Sunday afternoon with, was also seated with Mrs. Eng large group 0 f talented first Intend to go back into the liable and responsible therefor, a school bus at 1 P. M.:Mon' tours of selected ranges and I rainIng I''

ve ceremonies held on thee I lish and Mrs. Starling. Starke children will be featured i dairy business here," Mr, New- and any person suffering such injury day, June 11, and return Saturday areas. Ceremonies will bo .

of the courthouse square I The dedication ceremony was in May Blossom's Dance Revue some said "but I have two son shall be entitled to bring the 10th. climaxed by a formal parade of

'lock. I opened, with the flag salute led which will be presented at the in the service and they wantedme action for redress." The boys will have a week of several thousand tilandlng-tralned<

than 1.200 names of white 1 bv Robert G. Green, a veteran of Park Theatre at 9 o'clock tonight to establish this business so Eases Requirements recreation Instruction, swimming troop.

"red registrants are listed i World War II and"commander of (Friday) for the benefit of the they would have something to Among the bills introduced by and an all around good Ume. The Those who plan to go to Camp

boards, Indicating that ap-I I fh-."_, .T."_..".'.....a..aU r ___ unl-w-?.. ...nue L .. 1'ost., Starke Woman's Club. .-.-'---.- h.--.-..". .... .".....Aft. .. ......'.". ..........._ .'_" .1lI...-. nrft'......_..,".._,'5'1\_,,. ......._._ un.___. "_' '_'.lI1_.__ countv_. ftrentf__ -n__ _from__n. _, a._ _. ._ -...>..,.,- In the motorcadu-- --- -- ar-- -AMk..1i----- e.--.
tely one person out of sponsors of the program. Among the local children taking over." requirements/ for purchase of surplus counties will have their club boys start forming at 12:30: so there

0 In Bradford ,County Is The Scripture reading was by part will be: Ronald Jay At the present time the Starke materials by Bradford County there and will help with the programs will be plenty of time to get

service of his country.ng I the Rev. W. J. Church well, pastor Hertz, Carolyn Sue Goldman. Model Dairy, as it has been nam- and Its municipalities. This authorizes and supervision of camp.In organized and arrive at Camp before -

the principal address of the Methodist Church: and Pauline Gay, Beryl Jean St. Peter I' ed, has a herd of 80 cows, mostly the Board of County Commissioners addition there will be a. camp 2 o'clock, when the program

afternoon A. J. Thomas I I a special prayer for the men and Alice Joy Lappe, Joanne Smith, Guernseys, and the number will 'the Board of Public director and State leaders'from begins.

''f the Circuit court and women In service was said by the Florence Brown, Batavia Rich be Increased as the demand grows, Instruction and the governing Gainesville.The .

of World War I, para- 1 Rev. W. 'E.- Hall, pastor of the I I ardson, Lou Green Buzzy Green; Mr. Newsome states. lie also has bodies of municipalities and districts camp will be. operated for Mrs. Vivian Saxon

the words of Lincoln's Pine Level Baptist Church. The Anthony Raines, Valerie Raines, 168 acres of good grazing land. to purchase surplus federal ; ten weeks this summer with about Died

urg address, saying: benediction ,was pronounced by Billy Nail, Caroline Jennings and The large cement block dairy government per. onal property 100 boys or girls in attendance. Wednesday !

are here to dedicate this the Rev. W O. Smedley pastorof Walter Jennings. 'building is equipped with the without advertising bids or requiring each week. Mr. Mattie ; .
Inca Saxon
In addition 36, .
toll composed of the men the Christian Church.As to these May BIossom latest In electrical equipment, Installed that bids be ,submitted. Last year, Mr. 'bYer states that wife of ft Vivian Saxon of
men will bring a number of talented Hamp
who are serving or a musical feature of the by General Mills. ,Veteran's Homestead he carried 33 boys from this ton died Wednesday afternoon
at
the ve died for our Country ceremony, "America" was sung artists Marie from Jacksonville Lee Allen, Mr. Newsome has taken over Perhaps the moat Important county, and had a very fine camp 4:45: o'clock In the State Farm ,.I .
Lazone.
most grave period of by the choir of the Pine' Level including the customers formerly supplied act introduced by the Bradford but this year he expects to carry Hospital after an illness of several f
.
a May Blossom Allen, Elmer Allen
we history. But, to parai i Church over the amplifying system and Pat McGriff.. by the Merrill-Mathews Dairy of County legislator Is House Bill more boys' and have a much better months.

Immortal of furnished'for the>occaalon by Palatka, and new customers may S98, known as the Wainwright camp. I The body was prepared for

we cannot dedicate, we Mr. Hall. obtain. delivery by telephoning 83. Homestead Act, which gives all ,This camp, located on a beautiful !. burial by DeWItt C. Jones and was I(
onsecrate. we cannot bal- -Mr. Thomas prefaced his remarks Church SupperThe veterans of World War II the lake In the Ocala National carried to Pompano Friday mornIng -
Role of Honor; the brave with brief Forest 35: miles east of Ocala r"".
d a history of the ladles W.W.B. of the TabernacleFour right to homestead not exceeding on where funeral services were '
women, both living and construction of the 40 of the DeLand road, was first used "
Honor Roll acres Internal
any Improve held Saturday afternoon at 4 o'F I
hose" Church of God, with Mrs. J. C. .
names are Inscribed : boards, stating that the projectwas will ment Board land, tax forfeited by the 4-H Club boys In '934, and clock In the Pompano Methodist
have I Harper as President serve young people were baptized -
dedicated It far a- paid for by the Board of land, and other public land not has been expanded and Improved Church.
the Church In service held ,
r supper at Saturday a at the Tabernacle -
power
to add or detract. County Commissioners used for school and state every year since then until It Is
rather at the request evening, June 10 at 7:30: P. M. Saturday night The Rev. pur In addition to her husband, '
for "*, along with of several local The bill further now one of the finest camps In
true groups and The proceeds are to be used for L. G. Hemingway performed the poses. requiresthe Mrs. Saxon Is survived by tour r
American people, to Interested Individuals. AlthoughIt foreign missions. There will be rites and Miss Caudle Hazen led farm agent In each county to the State. children Joyce Collier and :!

ourselves to the task rebefore was planned some time ago, the services following the supper. the beautiful song service in supply the prospective homesteader The annual 4-H Camp is a real Mathew Wayne Collier by.a former !
us, and that we construction was delayed by the with a report on the qualities opportunity and privilege for the marriage and Sandra Kaye .I
The ChurchOf
eSOJve Everyone Is welcome. which a group of children had a '
that those who difficulty of of such land. farm boys, and no effort Is spared
we obtaining materials.W. and Benjamin Y. Saxon, II.
Is located the corner .
r tbla God on special part.On
._ _u. day shall not have ..S. (Bill) Parker, who designed Mullet' Bill PUSMCSfMflf.hnnflrrv by the county and State agent... In 11''
''q vain; and that we fur- ; the boards) and did 'the actual of 8th and Sinclair Sts.R. Friday night. June 13, aj I \- r..IIi..nt.- _. nt thucounty making It of most value to' the I' .W
icate ourselves and temperance program-'will be presented will"also be allowed to boys. inranc ueatns I
our work of construction and painting .
I
tort C. HAWTHORNE I
and all interested
to
IlIIIt the task of bring. I has been highly praised for I Funeral services were held Invited.R. personsare eat mullet the year around as the Bonnie B. liars, ,the Infant '

..t and most Infamous, his untiring/ efforts and the beauty Monday afternoon In the Post result of another bill Introducedby Methodist Church"The daughter of Mr. and Mr.. Jessie ,
treacherous of the Axis of J. Gomes assistant pastor Mr. Wa I nwrlght. Through .
to the completed job. at Camp Blandlng fpr lIars died Wed., May 30 and was I
unconditional Chapel and leading pianist at the Tabernacle some in an old bill, Cheapest Thing In Llfe"1 :
technicality
surren- : At the close of the dedication Richard ,C. Hawthorne, Chief burled May 31. Burial was in .
has returned from a vaca- mullet could not be sold in any will be the topic of the sermon '
program, members of the Legion Sapp Cemetery. Ralford. Mr. and
the Post Transportation
Clerk of
ding this tion in Illinois, where he attended ,Florida during a closed delivered by the pastor, the Rev.
address, a beau- Post gathered in a body and filed Office. The Rev. Fred Yerkes county j Mrs. Hars live on the Jacksonville
eath f flower the Convention of the Independent I 30-day period In December and W. J. Churchwell, at the Methodist
presented by to shake hand, with and express minister officiated at I I highway. .
Jon e Langford.White sympathy for the three Gold Episcopal assisted Fundamental Churches of America. | January although those caught In Church, Sunday morning at !
by I
LegIon the service and was He also visited relatives while certain waters could still be sold 11 o'clock. There will be special
Post The Infant son of
was placed I Star Mothers who were present. Edwin R. Carter. Mr. and Mrs. ,
of the Honor Roll by two Commander Green and Secretary Post Chaplain Lake away.. In neighboring states. The new music by the choir. Clyde Thornton of Ralford-died In
in Crosby i
tar Mot her 8, Mrs. Joe V. 'K. Carden'of the Legion Interment was bill remedies this error. The subject of the evening service the State Farm Hospital Friday.
And Mrs. Cemetery. Baptist Church City BUlH I'aftiwd will be, "The'' Tragedy ofNeglect" Services were held ,
Richard Eng- Poet were in charge ,-of. arrangements Mr. Hawthorne died suddenly Saturday

b was done In memoryJohns for the ceremony. _nis. worn__._ __Uu.', .V.--.U<>D 1*. *u..? - Although. . the_u three_ _.bills. sponsored : .__Congregational: singing I morning In Sapp Cemetery, Ral
I at rriuay of Sunday morning at 11 o'clock by tne city or stance: were WIll oe :Jea,ureu. I ford, with Rev. Warren Wilson t
I had been a civilian employe at the First Baptist Church, the passed by both houses, the Tele- A special meeting of the official and DeWItt C. Jones in charge.: I II

Stock of Star Store Camp Blanding since August pastor will bring the second message graph has so far been unable to board will be held Sunday after-

I ral 1941.Pallbearers in the June series "JourneyIng obtain copies of the bills in the noon at 2:30: o'clock.
service were held Sold to NewcomerC. were Capt. CliffordT. with Christ In June". The final form In which they were Prayer Meeting/ each Wednesdayat tt,

afternoon |In Mt. Sinai Saxon Capt. Lucien B. Lille, topic this Sunday will be "The presented. We hope to have this 8 p. m. Service Men's meeting cilia 1
7 near L. Kenegson of St. Petersburg III: Lt. Thomas F, Gerdlne Lt. each Thursday at 8 0,.
Graham for Second Mile". The evening message Information at an early date. p. m. Chaplain ( 'bJt/i
78. Arch ; has bought the stock of Joseph M. ,Whelpley. Godfrey L. and Mrs. J. W. "" -
who will be evangelistic, "The Forsheer Mr. :.
aemenu died there Satur- goods of M. Raybln at the Star Borden and William F.survived Von Mash. Cost Counted", following the popular Peek Car FoundA and Mrs. Spurgeon, Mr. and Mrs. ("111.cO", 0111'4.C : F
is by
Hawthorne
were under Store and will operate the business Mr. period of singing. Nystram Mr. and Mrs. Murrayand "llz. .
cUon ,
of DeWitt C. Jones for the present. his wife Mrs. Helen Hawthorneand Sunday School meets at 9:43: : Tudor Chevrolet which was Mr. and Mr*. Green headed. 8 ,. ,. 8) . It _
Rev. small daughter Claire, .z : p
W C. his "The Good News, at the the committee this week for a ; ..
Burton a. m. studying stolen from a garage rear
con.ervlcel did sell the i ; i
Mr. Raybln not Lake.
reside Klngsley _ _
store building and plans to re- who on Proclaimed by Christ." ,Training of the home of Mrs. 8. L. Peek, stunt night. Mrs. W B. Sewell ,t ; \iII

ohna had been a resident enter the business field In Starkeat RATION IJOVKIJ NOTICEThe Unions meet at 6::45 with the topic I several weeks ago, was found was hostess. .. C 11
lID for has not been local Rationing Board an- being, "What We Do to One An- abandoned May 27 in Waycross, i.
He
date.
a later "f
I a most of his life recently and nounced this we k that the effective other". I GThe tires tag and all other Views of China
Iin such good health f
member of the Chris- rest. date has been changed from The mid-week services: will be j removable items had been stripped I / ?
ire)1.) i feels that be needs a little _
He had never'marI June 14 to July 14. 1045 for Auto- la charge of the Y.W.A. on Wednesday i from the car.: The Insurance Colored stereoptlcon views of .. <

I the only urvtvlng rela- 'Lt. Commander R. A. Green of motive rep air services, supple at 8 p. m. company brought It back to I China will be shown at the The- i't ,

a nepbew, Jessie r J. several m |:4tary service regulation 49 Father's Day will be observed Starke Tuesday and Is having it ressa Christian Church!>>, June 10 :l i'q
J. N. spent
pa. Byrd.. I days Bayonne this, week, with his family. R.M.P.R. 165. Sunday, June 17 I I t l repaired. at 8 p. m. Everybody welcome. q _





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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH w'niam'D. Hard I MOVIES AT LAWTEY

i' () ID@ ginia hard SCHOOL
Established 1877 3763

r E. L. Mnttliew _. ___________ Editor and Owner r'lV <;l asr.:;, ANI ORDER NOTICE OP TO! I I Each Night 8:00
N'' (1 .. Hard STATE whose OF. FLORIDA residence l : Friday : p. m.

PublishedVeekly on Fridays and Entered a" Second Class !Mattel Avenue Hlrmlnnham,
qJ You are required ,o
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d , seeks divorce .- ) June 8th
< Friday
+ ., ,:" I Telegraph hail puhll..J'I. ,
by J.LHARRELL ---------'
:In next four weekly l
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Abilene Starke? I Witness my hand. Actual Pacific Combat Films
or . AND TilE LAWTEY NEWS I seal 18'h. at 1945 Starke, It

OFFICIAL SEAL : COMEDY
Substitute "Starke" for "Ablleno" in the following article Since I let myself get talked Rhodes, aMslntant commliwloner, An( Cleric of said. )

and see how it sounds: into ticking my neck out by wrIt- a card' In care of the bureau In lion. T Frank for. Plf.. and"WHISTLING
Fla.' Atty.
ing the Lawtey news each week Jacksonville. It's. free to farmer -
THE ARMY PULLS: OUT OF ABILENE I decided I'd better brush up a and worth I.<.. weight in ) BULLETS"Full

(From tha May 7, 1945 liume of Life Magazine.) little on the background of news. gold. I War' I Length Western Fen fur*
Did you ever stop to think thatIf Privates Allen Peterson and Buy
Abllene's Canton ADULTS 30c CHILDREN
It was 7 o'clock of a Friday evening In everything and everybody in Earl Rowe of Camp Blandingwere iseBETTER
; Cafe a lone soldier and three tittering girls sat in a booth. the world stood still there wouldn'tbe visiting their wives at the TO/tA o

They drank Cokes. Outside, up and down Pine Street, there any news? For example the Harrell rooming: house Sunday. ......
scarcely a soldier In sight. Statue of Liberty isn't news as --
wan Mrs K. C. Kelly was shopping _. "c.- == -- ,- -
I / Ten miles tAt the southwest, in the breaks of scrub-covered is, but If that lovely lady were to in Jacksonville one day last week. ]

,: ? low-lying hills, prisoners of war were tearing down some of the move just one Inch, that would Quincy Rosier from out Ever- ..
headlines and if
tar paper and lumber hutments of Camp Barkeley. Miles and mean she were green way was shaking hands ,
miles of rows of plywood and shiplap barracks, warehouses, to about-face it would call for and chewing the rag with old I
extra editions and
a panic on friends here
Quincy
Saturday
and auxiliary buildings stood stark empty. Grass covered '
Wall Street I I
he's been that he :
says so busy
The rifle over In the curve of the hills II
parade grounds. range
Sluice I've started keeping tab. hasn't wet a hook this summer. I
? was silent Since the 12th Armored Division moved out last on '..m, however I've found out Steve Starling:, Jr., is back at f4I\

nt' .: September, troop have trickled away from Camp Barkeley that there litn't any danger of home with an honorable dischargeIn .' I
.; d "* and Abilene. many going over as. On April 30 the 17,000- LawU-y people standing still, Jlt his pocket after serving a hitch "

,1' acre camp which had been the training ground for the 45th I guess I'll always have plenty In the European.war zone. Glad

'* and COth Infantry Divisions and the 12th Armored Division and fafc... wrltA about fut long __ _Y ran TSI- nee you aormfn.._..., Junior' I Ii
various engineering, quai termaster and! medical! troops was of- hold out to keep up with '("In. Albert Jennings, once of Law- : t .t II

y ; ', '',r W tidally placed JB "Inactive status" with a skeleton staff of Two of our less-than-18 year ley, now of Jacksonville: was on f,
foil'about' 500 soldiers. old boys, Philip Shuford and Billy the streets here Saturday, shak I
i 11 Burney, have their Naval travel- ing hands and renewing old ac i
Mr' the little Chinese of the i
To Johnny Ng. merry manager I
ing orders to report at Bainbridge quaintances. Come again, AlbertWe're I II
I; 'T Canton Cafe, this spoiled disaster. Since the Army left Abilene, Md. Pleasant sailing anda always glad to see you.

r.; Johnny's business has decreased 83 percent and his cafe has happy landing, boys. Lawteyand News reporters In England I

been losing money every day. The Pheasant and Paramount tha BUS football squad will don't nay "ailing" or "getting ,

I Cafes have closed their doors and Black's Cafe has hung outa miss you, but we trust It won't be along poorly". They say "Indis s A :cr

1 "for sale" sign. for long. Bill Is the son of Mr. posed" or '111". Daddy Jeff

Y yr N In some drug stores business! has dropped 29 to 50 percent and Mrs John Shuford of Lawteyand I Itobert, O. W.: father, has

The Waffle Shop has been laying off waitresses. The Rite- Billy Is the pride and joy of been nick for a week or ten
Mr and Mrs. K. E. of days. lie was-visiting his JlM1t
I Burney
1 Way Cleaners wouldn't take orders after Thursday In boom
t I Jacksonville. Dr. Karl, at Jacknonvllle Beachat
and hadn't advertised In over a Now their ads are
days year. Keeffee B. Harrell, AMMH 1-c, the time, and l I" still there. i I
back to the and they've lost 50 percent of their +
coming papers
boarded a northbound bus the Outside of that, there's no sick
former business. There used to be block-long lines for the other day with a ticket in his to be reported this week. Those THAN CASH!

movies, but now Mary Bennett, a petite, dark-eyed waitress pocket that read "Lawtey to San that were are now Just Indisposedor

l looking for a job, says "Nowadays I go to the movies and Diego, Calif via Chicago Ill\ slightly Ill. -
try to decide where to sit." Where landlords used to advertise Keeffee'a furlough and the last I During this modern age any ,

"no children"! they now write "children welcome", also of his mother's frylng-slze chickens ,good-looking girl will draw more Greenbacks don't in value-War Bonds do!
"I'ent'reasonable" In peak days desperate home hunters offered kicked the bucket the same attention on the streets In. a party grow I

ii 1 $25 rewards with no takers, and one Abilene lady roomer day. Woe la me. dress than in shorts. However, Both dotes I of Government j
rfl\ paid her landlord 50 cents extra every time she took a bath. Rev C M. Worthington, former some old men that have bowlegged are promissory your

Today, "vacancy" signs are prominently displayed and more pastor of the Methodist Church wives still say shorts are both are guaranteed by your Gpvernment.
I
here! scandiclllous. I
has been transferred to the suppose they will,
l'OClms'are listed, with
than hundred apartments and 1,700
v a Garden City Methodist Church in if they ever get to Heaven, censure -
the Army as available. People used to dread going down- Jacksonville Rev. C. H. Hick- Saint Peter for allowing the ** But when you turn your Bonds into cash, they II ::1

town because there was no place to park. Now there are plentyof angels to !
man, recently.of Lady Lake, will wear Iwings. A sight
cease to earn for They also cease to work ::1
money you.
mid streets
town for
parking on sore 40
spaces be the new Methodist pastor here eyes years ago is so II
e beginning next Sunday. common now that even a blind for Victory. il i

) Rev. sTl. .tTtitaV. ,",U""UVY ntir, pas t or rv4 v. n man___. wnuMn'f notice .if. .i.* .v.e II
j + Abllcnlun are busily trying to udjuwt to an economy COULD j
see.CHURCI
the
Lawtey Baptist Church, turn "k Cash tu tliCfpocket wins no wars! II f
without. i It soldier payroll * I'art of'thut rradjushntntbegan ed In quite a glowing report of ,
[
shortly after the Army left. Tho town's civic leaders the which protracted he participated.meeting at RussellIn More\ ANNOCNCEM11NTSMethodist; Rev,, C. H.: Hickman: That's why 85 million Americans have bought

ware called to .an emergency meeting. They founded"Abilene power to Bro.- Cutshaw, in pastor Sunday School 10 a. m.?
you Bonds. For Victory today-for security ,tomorrow
Incorporated' raised I\I) OOOO,and hired an "Indus the Master's work. Church Services 11 a. m. and 8:15: -

L' 4' trial wtlemnan" to get new Indimtrlen fur Abilene and help Lima and green corn are Mill p.f m.from Other the services. as announced follow their ,lead! .

""" tl a1.J'1 batal/ll. ;-Abll.h'f" : ; MItI ball ,being move| |n this section! buta pulpit. <
'f.up already
s !n tote little rain would certainly beappreciated. Baptist: Rev.-11: !: 'E.' Cutshaw, O,).0. .::- < -' ",.,. ,yri'' ," ,.
mill to town. pastor. ,). T. Prevatt ; ;:
brought a new planing bit Sunday
Quite a of
School Supt: Sunday School 10 KEEP FAITH WITH OUR FIcHTFRSBny
v e piilpwixxl In also being shipped -
;t from Lawtey. Come In, farmers a. m. Church Services 11 a. m.
There Is much more to the article about the Army pulling I and 8:30: p. m. B.Y.P.U, at 7:30p. :
while tie' Hwlmmlnfi's good
l out of Abilene, but that Is enough to set Starke thinking. ,and yon can help the war effort m. Mid-week Prayer Serviceat J War Bonds for Keeps

What happened to Abilene might-and some day of necessity and your' pocketbook at the 8:30: p. m. Wednesday.

p 44 will happen to Starke. Abilene-a city of 27.00o--w big same time This week's
tub-night bedtime
1. enough to survive the shock, but what about Starke? So far George E. Utsey of Jacksonvillewas story is: First, bathe, shave, shine
'4 no one has come forward with a plan to fill the gap when a business visitor here last your number llg
lay out your BRADFORD PHOTO SHOP I
+' "the Army pulls out of Starke", or at least pulls out the major week. He now owns and operatesthe Sunday.go-to-meetlngs and read

1 POI'UOIof its personnel, although some activity might be con former Thede's dry goods and Uncle Joe's Jaw. Then put out
e' tinued at Blandlng. So far the business men have not banded grocery under the name of Utsey's the cat and go to bed. Will be

I ( q together to form a Starke Incorporated in an effort to bring Store. Here's wishing you luck seeing you again in next week's HOLLYWOOD CAMERA & GIFT SHOP

&L new businesses. to town. Indeed, it even seems Impossible tot Mr. Utsey mix-up.

get more than a mere handful out to the regular meetings of Uncle Joe and the State Farm

+ ff,, 1 the Chamber of Commerce. dentist had a preliminary bout .j WITH .

Starkeltea wlldo well to ponder! the significance of "The last week. Two down, and five WAR BONDS
to go. S.O.S. for Uncle Joe.
Army Pulls Out of Abilene". Some day that heading mightbe Listen, farmers If you're not I
changed. It might become a little too localized for comfort. gettingcoptat of the Florida '

State Marketing Bureau's bulletins !-

t AZ Can Use More Pulowood you should. Drop Nell I The latchstrinff's onto .. .. Nave. o rvt I

isr CIRCUIT COIRT BRADFORDCOI CJ --- -- &40J'-'.&"''''

", ... .WRITE TIMBER ;;.;. CKKV.John +NT. ,... FLORIDA IN THAN

M. Evans Plaintiff, vn. Thel-
Container Corp'n. of America, Fernandina, Fla.ONWAY'S 3777.ma U Even, Defendant. Case No
ry+
t ,
OnnETl OF PUBLICATION
wlliY ANI> NOTICE TO APPEAR

$s I.STATE Evans. ,OF who FIXJRIDA.... re"ldenc.tot: Thelma In Kv:! r- + I I i r
berry Monpltal. Philadelphia. Pa.
You are required to appear on
June 18th 1945, In the above named '
: \a '
C Court anti cause, wherein plalntirneeka I 1' ( I I
tw divorce Bradford Count'Telegraph '
nhalt publish. this Order
Service Station In nest four weekly ...u....
Witness my hand and offlrla.
seal ".t..strke- Florida, this May
jl I'lIONK 147 RING 2 FOB SKUVICR loth, 1945.OFFICIAL.
? ( SEAL) A. :J. Thomas,,
All Clerk of said Court.
Washing lion. William D Morgan Fifth
Floor Clark Building, Jacksonville. --
Polishing Florida. Alty. for-Plf. (.18 4t 6-8 L

Gil Changing 1ST CIIKTIT (01'nT. nil \1IFO1I1 _
('ol'Y't'1'" FLOIIIIA/" tIIAIIi-
('est,Y.Filippo .
w Greasing \ Palmer) Plaintiff vs. Antoinettenimeri
: I. Defendant Case
'
) Waxing No. 3779. -
ORDER OF PUBLICATION:
Tire Repairs ANI NOTICE TO APPEAIl ... ;
STATE OF FLORIDA to: !Mrs ld
} Street Antoinette' Brooklyn.Palmer New), 333 York.Roeblln ; ; tL_ I

ELECTRIC ARC WELDING You are required to appear on
Jun. IBth. 194&. In. the above named
Court and cause wherein plaintiff
seeks divorce Bradford County I
AMOCO Telegraph shall publish this Order
In next tour weekly Issues.
ONE HOUR
idleness my hand and official, I
seal "' tarke, Florida, this May .r
. GAS 15th, 1945.OFFICIAL! .
SEAM A.:1.: Thomas
4. As Clerk of said. Court.
Hon Walter C Jlardesty, Box! 419., /
OIL I I tnrke' Florida' AJty. for Plf. ---
: ft-IS 4t 6-8

. or drop in for

GREASERIDE ft ACTION RELIEF Home sweet home Sunday' supper
seems twice
as sweet when
friend
drop In-with run r
( FOR ACID INDIGESTION and food and good refreshment. 1
+ AUTO LATE That's the time when -

FLORIDA 1I.TTEIUESMOTon ky-cold, I Is not only a delicious .
treat-but a symbol too, of good
t LINES Be sure to
keep Coke in
your icebox There's
no more cordial '_
to show :
way
BUSSES a
1 :
tltJJ.ISJl/A1JTO /p a 1 gracious hospitality and make .
young folks feel at home
For Safety / :.I the invitation liar a Cole than by offering guests _

Comfort & Economy 50cCarpenter's .

' Take Care Of It tOTTLID UNO,. AUTHORITY, or TH, COCA-COLA COMPANY I You. ..Coko".eoca.ColaC. : II,
r
\tailed by I its friendly abbreviationft

Drug Store I STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. T Coke"net of.Both Th mean Coca-Cola: the coma


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Y. J BRADFORD COUNTY TBXBORAPn.: 8TARKC.! FLORIDA PAGE THREE R

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. Vance ,Geiger and eon, -
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. . e a and :Mr. and :Mrs. Bradley tr. Mrs. Annie R. Norman In Mrs. Noah Young. Sunday. John deroared, and either of them.In mand against the estate .of Lur- tlnn of this notice, or the Ram
Rene Bradleyand Jacksonville the situate will become void according to law.
following property .
line Grant deceased,
son,! Clinton, of Jacksonville. After a week's visit In Monti- In Bradford County. Florida. to- are hereby Thus May '16, 1918.HARRY .
Hate Farm Relatives and friends Sgt. Wilbur McDaniel of Camp cello with Mr. and Mrs. Earl wit: notified and required to file theirclaims II. WHEATi.ETAdminlstraor
were grate Blanding spent the past week-end Chamber Mr. Ciimmenrlno at t h. Southeastcorner In the office of the '('ollntyJudM" of the estate. of Lur.
Bryan ) fied to see Phm. Muldrow much and Mrs. J. E. of the Mouthwent' Quarterof of Krailford County Florida, line Orant, deceaevd.KnlKht .
1111"1I. with Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher. Chambers In the Courth.'uni'' at Htarke, FlorIda
61 . S 0 Improved In health returned home Satur- the SouthwoMt! Quarter (SWV". : A: Knight 8tark. .'Ior"'aAlorn..y
following a
,
. Miss Jackie Armstrong went to of $\Vy) of Section 88, Township,, within eight calendar month
Robert
day. Earl
l-nF thy hospitalization. Dover Chambers came a South. Uunire. SI uset, thencerun I from the 'late.ot the, first publica for Admr. 618t e-8 ,
nrF; CU'I* MEETING Friday to be with her parents : home with his grandparents and l'IuIII"I\ degrees 6J minutes __ I
Enroute from - -
three tables of play their1 home In during her vacation of about Is here for an extended"- visit. W ....t H distance of 799.'"2 feet to #
here WIIS F Chapman en- Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brin- I ten days. an Iron pipe (hence run Norlhn..d..lI'r..M I For Safety Comfort and Economy . .
L ,
Mrs > Mr. and Mrs. John Burnett of :,o i ."Inute..t tt llM-
when State Farm Bridge son were overnight guests of Mr. i I Rev. and Mrs. William lall,'" ut 411 1.4 feet to an Iron II
lined the) aeternoon. ExIle and Mrs. I. J. Williams Tuesday Wilson Sande r son and Mr. and Mrs pt(,>o, thMi t- run North 62 degrees T
h las F"day. of last week. of Ralford were dinner guests of I Johnnie Burnett of MaccUmny D1 mlnutoH last. a dlitanrn of : ?3
daisies
"yeP, zinnias/ and I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Williams were Sunday visitors of Mr.. and HOS.O feet to n r..llro il-lron cake. (;
the spacious living room Mrs. Newton Knox: of StarkeIs Friday night of last week. Mrs. I' thence run North .34 degrees. h9, ('mtUy.c'I'D $ e I
rated I A. C. Davis minutes Kant; a dl..t..m's of 229 0 1
tables w ere p1aced. with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. WOod- : feet. to an Iron pipe, thence run {II
When
re the Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Tuesday of Mr INFORMATION: lld Inf I!
hIgh and bingo ward while Corp. Knox is on biv- 'I I supper guests, South 811 degrees' 61 niliiutvH Fast
h. second l Bouvier returned from Miami last 'and Mrs. P S. Crews were Rev n dl.lan.uf 896.66 feet to theWeet
this occasion were re- ouac. Additional guests of Mr. rAil of the Seaboard, Airline l'Ilm04tI'bont.'. 117FLORIDA T-
rl 'n Friday they brought with them' I and Mrs. W. G. Smedley of Keystone -
Mrs. P. D. Fancier, and Mrs. Woodward during the Hallway "main truck (being .. r 4 !
tll'ely their grandson, Johnny Bouvier Heights. i the Went rail of the Went truck i
hire MB. Griner. Sr.. was week were Mrs. Bard Gale and of Miami and their . c of: mild' railway), thence run MOTOR LINES BUSSES *
Tumey. Each daughter, Sharon, of Palatka.Mr. I I granddaughter Miss Melveen Davis spent last' South 17 decree 42 minute.
C :M. Eleanor McRae of Mcintosh, week with her brother-in-law Went along the said Wmt rail
rded a number of Savings! and :MI.'s. W, N. North e. who are still visiting them. and of mild Seaboard Airline Rail- UNION BUS STATION
members .enjoyed sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strick- way main. truck a distance of M
.ape. Club meeting cently visited their son. Lt. H. I The State Farm Sunday SchoolIs land In Graham. Thursday Mr T74 5 feet to the section line of Temple hfl. LACY CONWay, Agent Htarke, .,... +
this G. Davis, Jr., at MacDIU Field, now 3 said. .dlnn 28, thence run' Mouth ,, ..
at "
meeting o'clock
In Hugh AeIiall of Jackson- each and Mrp. A. C. Davis and Joyce 89 degrees B3 mlnut.V..t 3.0 # "r " i
Turney, and Tampa. I Sunday afternoon to enable members and Clifton DavIs were suppE'rgucsts feet to I lh.. said point of beginning -
visitor of Mrs. Mrs. R. D. to attend containing In the sggrsgate -
Whitfield the
returned I morning
St. Louis, services of Mr. anti Mrs. Strick 11.7 Kncopt
rancher" of acres more or less; -
Ellis Fancher, Sr. home last Thursday after a stay In near-by towns. All are land. the right of way of sold Prompt Service Careful Drivers I.
guest of Mrs. with her sister, Mrs. G. S. Clap- I urged to attend the Community Seaboard Airline Hallway and of
progressions State Ht>nd No. 13i: anti also commenrlntc -
the end of the ton In Frultland Park. Sunday School. . S . 1 1 e nt the Northeast cornerof :
: served salted sher-nutser Ruby Winder, of St Louis Mo.. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite were thi> N.irthwewt. Juurtr/ of thNorthWPiit .. STARKE TAXI SERVICE 1
pound cake and U u .it r ter (NW ty tIt
.
came last Tuesday with her hosts at mid-day dinner Sunday HamptonIty NWVi) of Section a.1. Township

guee tS. mother, Mrs. Ellis Fancher to entertaining Mr. and Mrs. George 6 Soutli.. flange' S3 Kant. thencernu andMACK'S :
South degree 4 minuteEast
3-c Nell B. MuWi-ow has visit Mr. and Mrs P. D. Fancher.Mr. I Moody and children, Carol Jean Mrs. M. C. SwwneySWIMMINO a distance one. of 683.8 feet to

!1m. es, 111., and Mrs. H, M. Rlcharde I and Miles, of Lake Butler and . an Iron pipe, thence run South
e e. 1 s e e S 1 S'.l degrees. 61\: minute* Went M TAXI SERVICE
rnspendingGaobriefLle ve with and children. Jane and Henry,i Miss Billie Rose of Jacksonville 01 I MlIu....' of 799.02 feet to an Iron '
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. were at Jacksonville Beach last and her hostess Miss Rose Lee : PAItTYMr. pips, thence run North one degree
parents. and Mrs. Thomas Brown 4 mlnuteH Went a distance. of
Also visiting Mr. and week-end with Mr. and Mrs. H. rDunbar. entertained with 603.8\ \ reel to nn Iron pipe. thence Phone 150
ncy during: Phm. Mul- A. Durden. At that time Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Roberts a swimming run North S9 degree 63: minute
Bradley party at Hampton Lake Monday East 77!) ii2 feet to the point of
stay were Mr. ana Mra.: A. M. Rlcharde: visited her daugh- had as visitors during the past' afternoon beginning I : containing. 12 ncr**, Day O Night r
,'s honoring their
week. Mrs. Odell Cauthern of eon mole. or lees; Hxcept the right ofWUVH ..
Frank on his eleventh birthday of Si'Ktiourrt: Airline Itall-
Gainesville Mrs. J. M. Rob- -
and
anniversary.A WilY end right of way of StateHond q
Cleaned to erts and Mrs. Pearl King of Lake No. 13. together with nil
Butler. gay picnic lunch was spreadon and singular the tenement, herclllHmentH *-
, the beach for the children and and appurtenance* COMPLETE CAR SERVICE :
I/ perfection! Tuesday of last week Mrs. J. thereto helonajntf or In anywise ,
the young honor guest opened and .
11 appertalnlnKiand
L. Robinson the ;
... was overnight I
admired his many gifts. Refresh- to nil persons having or claimInif
guest of Mrs. Bill Vinson in Lake \
ments consisted of a large dec- to have. any right title or Interest > ,
In the property herelnabov
City.Mr. orated birthday cake which con-
described
;
and i Mrs. J. L. Robinsonand
tained lucky emblems: with iced YOU AHR: HEREBY! : NOTIFIED:
Mrs. W. H.. Parker spent that a null has been. brought In
drinks, assorted cookies and
Sunday in Jacksonville with Mr. can- the above .styled cauna In the Circuit
dles. Those winning special Court of ITadford County
and Mrs. Robert Robinson. Rob- %'
prizes were Donald Griffin, Billy Florida In Chancery by Charley 13.
John and Thelma Hrlnntm John
ert Robinson had to return Tues
Home and Frank Brown. his wife, a* plaintiffs, against. you
day to Bainbridge, Md., where he and each of you a* defendants, and
Is In training at an Air Base. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Neale and also against the following other.
known natural defendant, to.wit.
Mrs. J. D. Williams and child- children, Patsy Ann and Sandra, Emma John a widow Ana Homer
ren, James and Catherine, of of Jacksonville were wt'ekendguests John and Eloise John his wife,
and that the above described properly 1
Milton came Tuesday to visit Mr. of Mrs. Settle Whyte. Also I I..* Involved In said cult, and .
and Mrs. J. L. Williams for an visiting Mrs. Whyte this week that the nature of Hold suit I I. to '

Indefinite length of time. was her son, Pvt. Wm. E. Dees partition the law raid of property the State a of* providedby Florida')

Sunday supper guests of Mr. of Ft. Bragg,' S. C. AN1) YOU AND KACH OK YoUare Washing Polishing Waxing
hereby required. to appear (personally -
and Mrs J. L. Williams were Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall and or by attorney) In said

and Mrs. J. B. Segree of Palatka daughters, ,Margaret and Lucite Court and cause on July t, A. !of> CERTIFIED LUBRICATION
1II4& otherwise the allegations
rt?.as'% .... and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Segreeof of Dasher, Ga.. spent the weekend the hill of Complaint will be taken
/4c n. PaIIo: !ee. here with relatives and a* confessed by you. y
Polishing & Waxing AppointmentOnly
A COMPLETE! CLEANING SERVICE THAT'S With her children. Sandra. friends. The Bradford County Telearaphhi

WHAT WE OFFER TO TIlE PEOPLE OF Judith and Woody, Mri; W. W. Shopping In Gainesville Mon newspaper designated. In*M which the duly this qualified Noticeto

STARKE .AND :SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES. Fish of Jacksonville is visiting her Appear shall 1>* published In the
day were Mrs. J. J. Pickren and next four weekly Issues thereof
arm MODERN .METHODS RESTORE COLOR parents, Mr. :mad-Mrs. J. H. Ran .
son Cyril, tRrm. Ruth Peterson Witness the lion. Joan A. II.Miirphree
AND LIFE TO GARMENTS SMALL RUGS AND dall.Mrs. and daughter Marlene, Mrs. C. L. a* Judge of said Court Standard Oil ProductsFULL
Randolph Hardee went to and the hand and seas of the Clerkof
DHAJHCRIE9. May, Mrs. Iceland Bedenbactgh, said Court, at Htarke. Bradford
Norfolk Va., last Friday for a May Sweeney and children. rnnnty, Florida, this May. 19th,
week's stay with Mrs Enid Rel- 19 If. SUPPLY OF CAN OILCARDEN'S
315 The Rev. Ben Rivers of Waldo A.J.. THOMAS
ROBT. While in that section Mrs.
yea.
Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
preached at the Methodist Church
: Hardee enjoyed a slgbt-seeing trip County Florida
'
GREEN Teleple to Washington, D. C. for the afternoon service Rev (OFFICIAL REAL) SERVICE STATION ,.
Rivers has been assigned to this KnIght A Knight Hlarke, Florida

Owner .. ATe. children Mr. and of Mra.Jacksonville ReVia Young were and district and extends a cordial a-25 Attorney 41 1.11 for Plaintiff VAN H. CARDEN, Mjrr. STARKE FLA. I
I
welcome to all future services.Mr Cor. Temple Ave. & 'Call St.
here with their parents. Mr. aDd i NttTTCB TO "'Rl.:OlT0lla
Mrs. E. A. Stafford and Mr.: :and and MrMTrCbarlie HaD who Jill persons having claim or de- N I e

have been spending some time l ,

with their daughter in Tampa, ,

have returned to their home liere W

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Owaley I

and sons of Perrine have been t, nI

TAINS guests recently of Mr. and Mr*. ,. .', ." '. \

MOVING iiOIJN Claude L. May.

The Rev. and- Mrs. Henry Guy "

,and small :son, David, of Fruit-

; i land Park spent Sunday with

7 Mrs. Ann R. Guy. \

4 Leo Wiggins, USN, with Mrs.Wll"glns 11"

Marie ,oi
and daughter, .' I
Jacksonville :have been spending "1I ,

several days here with relatives. I

Paul Barnwell of Campobello, ,

S- S. C.. Is spending several weeks \',

!: +; J wa with his sister,( Mrs. George D. ; \

Green. ,' "I
'do fYd '
a. i iI
F ,: Miss Shirley Hall Is visiting her

grandmother, Mrs. Ruby Allen in
? a. i !
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ai h (TA;l.e Tallahassee. I .
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znl Sampson City .

By Mrs. IBaAehtt McKinney

1 1 1 1 1 '7 . . .,' ... .,
211fcSiSSS 41tA.
I:
tgri s .h Mr. and Mrs. Claude Gainey and r rb"' .t. / ,> .;'" "
Mrs Alfred Thomas of Lake Al- : ""<> (/ r'", ';', r:

fred were here on a fishing trip )f6. t. '";t: I' / /' : $ \..
:
.".
.e rv ', /
: J.!: ; ? : /{ tiktA"
with friends and relatives Thurs- tt ,. . :: <"
day. Had a very nice time but ::
I. ): > .oIl..t-'fl <
: no luck with the fish. :; ,. /l.'Wi:1.oA'.fU-: -!." ," I '' .. !:...''

; ; _4; rr )41 _ Mrs. Pope Jones of Atlanta Ga.,

.,SE? has returned to her home after a :
jr * >vJ-: brief visit with relatives. Mrs. ;

; ESfc S. E. Jones accompanied her back.
-
: JJ > |
),"nr, *
tnf .oYip.> v vxrHvz Ar r i Miss Estelle McCullough spent

9Y't t the week-end with relatives In t
Lake Butler. HARA-KIRI{ ISN'T THE ANSWER !


.f1.AMERICA MOVES its might from quantities. This, in addition to the already !. Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs. Lavey Block Parrish Hershey and of r

Europe the Pacific, it faces a huge consumption for plastics, Jacksonville\ were visiting Mr. and ..

and other war uses has made Urs. Millard Vantes Sunday. i A3 A METHOD of Jap self-extermination, But bow about YOU? a f
Packing and shipping job that staggers explosives .t"- hara-Viri has proved an efficient ally. Your job at present la simply this: Keep '

the imagination. Mountains of supplies the pulpwood shortage more acute than FIRST CHRISTIAN and Christian CHURCH St. But who want to wait for all of Japan on buying War Bonda-week-in.weelrout';I' : ft

must be re-packed and double wrapped ever and has put pulpwood close to the I. Corner Rev. W.Call O. Smedley Pastor to fall on a word and call it quits? -until final victory la ours. Buy on the' 't '

for the of the War Production priority list.I Services as follows: No,hara-kiri won't win this war. Wishful Payroll Saving Plan,; er buy on your own
for
trip to the Pacific. top
Equipment
Bible School each Sunday at thinking won't win it either. This if a plan. Keep on digging into your wallet

millions of men must. be wrapped and 'I' We have a long way to go before the 10 a. m.Preaching. job for MacArthur and Nimitz. For G. I. for every leaf of folding green you can l'

| Packaged for shipment. 1""l Japs are ready for Unconditional Sur'render. and communion services Joe and a guy named "YOU"' spare and sink it into every bond it will

... We must not let up on our war Prayer at 11 meeting a. m. and each 8:00: Wedn p. m..- Now MacArthur and Nimitz and G.I.Joe buy! These bonds are your stake in America a

,Job Calls// for More Pulpwood ( job 'til they are beaten! I I day at 8:00: p. m.____ can handle their end, as the record shows. -today and tomorrow. / I'f

I : .* THIS CIRCUIT COI'HT OP. '
HRAIIPORI> CaVttTTf. FLORIDA.ix
Paperboard and .bulb. : : eiiAM.Charter:: (; I :
cartons special con production It a profllablo I
Pulpwood I Jo;. John and Thclma Brln- Faith with Fighters

tainers of many types; moistureproofwrappings n..s now and II will b. a good butlnoIn .. son John Plaintiff HI* Wife, Keep our , < 1 1Buy' '

and other packing materials war or poaco for many yoore to como: Emma-vs.John A Widow Et At, '

>ade from Defendant WarBonds for. Keeps ;
pulpwood are needed in vast Can Partition. No. 3790NOTICB .' a

TO APPEAR '
The State of Florida to

JOH7 WASTE PRECIOUS lIME CUT TOP QUALITY WOOD -- ** ** ;-; nuiiiell and J.John L. Jnnln Marguerite' ", her husband Jennings >- i

*' *1 Harold Man* ll. Willi. Aida P. S. STORES L LAt
hu.band. '
Jonas and K T. Jones her : )
.t...lle John, J. T. John aom.ttm.s :)
VICTORY COMMITTEE : known a* J. C. John Erwin John,
PULPWOOD! .
claiming Interest by
and all partly '
USarmna"... .I hrouch.named persons under or and a 'aln Emma.t the John.b..... Blanding Bus Station ) I i.: 6 6S

L. Kite Ana Homer John and Blol. John,
D. Lester ,
Vining, Hal Edwards, Srvln John deceased Bveratt.
Johns d.e..e" -
d.c.aed Edgar /
Ilog-an Douglas tit" Johns deceased, r.4 twdie doe ...... ., T.- DprteM e/ ail /inrYitj CfJflfL
Smith, Tyler Jones, J. K. Jto Arthur A. John Tab .b an .oU"l V.3. Tr-r .dwd-arnl-lit a
deceased.
Aria
EOvide0
.. .ranee* .Johns d.c.a ed.
,L. T. DYER, Chairman .*'* f

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i I Intermediate Group I'Miss Norman Baptist Circle Three become residents of Jacksonville, i. . Seemed good to bky It
CLUBS '" BUI eee
SOCIETY and Mr. 'Oren has accepted a Edwards
where andaround ,
WeekCircle
Host to ParentsThe I Weds B., J. Eggers Met This job on the Journal . Another lisle riding town\1 Ita 1

Intermediate Fellowship 'Jn Home CeremonyIn III of the Baptist WMU change of locale: Carr Colley Is Wednesday Alter n

Vu __ Winsome Class entertained with met at the home of Mrs. S E. now managing a hotel In West many missions! aa
Arthur Holiday Jr. Group a aupper tllOIII
settingon ., after leaving the have they
a beautiful outdoor Mrs. B. D. Law as Palm. Beach,
with probably
!In honor of Moth
_ Has First Party Met Last FridayThe era Friday and evening Fathers, and this happy the spacious lawn at the homeof hostess Sparks and eleven members anda Tampa Terrace . Glad to see very Interesting note ha4
cblllun to
her parents Mils Dorothy Mrs Charley Powell and pare
affair took place In the Methodist visitor present
Mrs Arthur Holiday entertained Winsome Class of the First and ex-
( Norman, daughter of Mr. back in town after quite an
Saturday afternoon from four Baptist Church met Friday even- recreation hall. Mrs T. N. Norman of the Hell- Mrs R. A. Thomas, program Interest- tended stay In Fence Lake. New Wen . Guess
until six o'clock at the home other ing in the home of Mrs. L. H. Mire Carol White, counselor of bronn section became the brideof chairman, presented the devotional Mexico . Hear Ralph Rhodeshas the little black boOk tlut 'N

parent Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Jennings. The devotional was the Intermediate Group, gave an Bernard John Eggers, AM 2-c ing program and the Priest. more than enough points to ", So long , for IJae!
Haynes on South Water St., In read by Mrs V. St. Garden and address of welcome,' after which of the U.S.N.R.. Jacksonville, Sun- was led by Miss Jeanette to Camp"was become a civilian again, but prefers next . See you
I celebration of the first birthday was taken from Proverbs. This supper was served from a table 3. "An R. A. Boy Goes thank
service
day morning, June to stay In the ,
anniversary of her young lion was followed by the reading of centered by a large floral pieceof fife solemnized be- given by Thomas Harding Hi
Arthur. the minutes of the last meetingand bright Summer flowers. The wedding was and piano detections were playedby

:gyp The home was artistically decorated everyone joined hi repeatingthe delicious supper was prepared and fore an Improvised altar of fern Miss Seletta Sparks. Mrs R
with cut flowers for this Lord's Prayer served by Mrs. W. J. Churchwell, and reed flanked by tall bas- Thornton gave a talk on "Youth"and Our Specialty. .

I } "' occasion. Reports of Group Captains were Corporal and Mrs. Eugene Green, kets of.gladioli and shaata daisies., Miss Sparks "Youth at Camp Homemade Chili Hot Dogs Sandwich
pianist
Mr Ardell Crosby
1 The dining table, which held given and Mrs, FrazIer Shaw gavea Miss Garnlta Hutto and Mrs Wil- and at Home." :MIss Priest gavean
t the beautifully decorated birthday report on Visitation Day which 1 lethe liam H. Baggett. presented a program of wedding accordion solo; "Near To The

_ cake, was covered with a hand- 3rd Wednesday of each month. After supper the following program I music using the Bridal Chorus Heart Of God." The program was THE HOME

* some croch e t e d cloth. Paste The meeting...was.closed. by the was given: A poem entitled I from Lohengrin' as the processional closed with a prayer for the youthof I OF HOME 0001I1CjerryST1tEI

& streamers cascaded from the Mlzpah prayer.Refreshments, Fray-Glve-Go, was read by Miss our land by Mrs H. L. Hough.
y; chandelier to the four corner of of Ice cream and Hildred Johnson; the honor guests The bride had aa her maid of The business meeting was presided -

p ,; the table. Adding a further decorative cake were served by Mrs. Jennings were complimented by Miss Sharon honor, Doris Marsh, S 1-c of over by Mrs.\ Sparks, Circle '
note to the table and makIng to the following guests: Hall who: read a poem called"Mothers" Jacksonville NAS, and as matron Leader, and an offering of $14 (

l, ;' a veritable "Mother Goose Mrs V. H. Carden, Mrs. Frazier and by Marcus Brown of honor her slater, Mrs. Eldon was taken. Plans were made for

Land" were the different Cutout Shaw, Mrs. Melba Cox, Mrs. L. i Jr., who read a tribute to "Fath- Sapp of Hellbronn. Mr EKgers the program at the church this

,.' Mother Goose characters. Dur F. Dinkins, Mrs Beth Hoffman, ere"; Marcella Ayers on the sub- had as best man, Thomas Gold- month. Mrs. D. L. Silcox arranged -
" .;tyI bIg the afternoon the your,; Mrs Mamie Harper. ject of The Methodist Youth Fellowship eton USNR of Plainview. Texas for fresh flowers to be placedin
CALL
guests recited a nursery rhyme and LeRoy Thomas, cousin of the this T
will be held ; the subject of BillySmith's the church each Sunday
The next meeting
} and selected the corresponding with Mrs. Shaw. talk was "Being a Christian" bride, served as usher. month. NEXT DOOR TO WESTERN,: : tXj,(

character. and he wu followed by theRev.'W. The bride, who was given in assisted In servIng .
Continuing the pastel color marriage by her father, was Mrs. Law was
{.. J Churchwell who Thomas Hard
scheme were the gay birthday ,Mrs. Quigley HostessTo gave lovely in a" traditional gown of her guests by
.r used an inspiring talk. The program satin sweetheart neck- Ing and Jeanette' Priest. .
ti r napkins and pastel plates Ivory with
W.C.T.U. MembersThe After 7 1-2 Years of Pleasant
fl!, for the refreshment course, which closed with a quiz game. line. Her veil of illusion fell froma Business
,,' of Ice and cake. coronet and with val- this, refreshments were served to
consisted
cream Laura Scott W.C.T.U. met The honor guests present were: was edged
Relations 'With the of
4'r miniature dog was placed on"i' Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs C. H. Johnson, Cpl. and Mrs. encons lace. She carried a bou- the guests. People. This Fine

each plate. Mr. and Mr. ,J. T. Quigley where Albert S. Dumler. Mr. and Mrs.A. quet of white carnations, centeredby Mr. and Mrs. Eggers left for a I Have Sold,
Those enjoying the party with white orchid. Her ornament : through the mid- Community My Stock of
garden flowers, roses and petunias A. Dale, Mrs Sh elite flail Mrs. a only wedding trip
1; } ; Arthur were, Mary Agnes and were used to decorate the M. F. Brown Mr. L. F. Smith, was a pearl necklace, gift of western states, which will Includea and Shoes. ,I 'Wish
to
;, Madge Ann Matthews, Mary Kath- .rnnmff.____ Cpl. and Mrs. F. W. Wltham. Mrs the bridegroom.The visit to the groom's home in Clothing Express
trine and Betty; Lou Wainwright, -n Wetherington, and Rev. Church- maid of honor wore a gownof Chester, Dl The bride wore a
? Virginia Jean and Mike Darby, The meeting was presided over, well. light blue lace and chiffon navy blue outfit with white acces- My Appreciation to My Friends and Cup
l s Charles Torode John* Edward by t> the president, Mrs. O. B. Stans- a' of,
4 with a corsage of orchid dahlias. sories. She is graduate
i Adams; Patty Hill, Jane and bury with Miss Florence Wood Intermediate Fellowship Group The matron of honor wore pale Bradford High School and has : tomers for the Excellent Patronage and
Ellldred Johnson, Coila Jo Dum-
the devotional. The subject
Jimmy Guy, Holt Johnson, Kathy leading chiffon-with head of the I
pink
a matching corsage held a position as
? was "Victory through Christ" ler Peggy Dale, Sharon Hall, Mar- Friendly Association That: I Have
} Harriet and Bill Powell, Enjoy
a f 4 Struth The bride's mother wore a public relations department of:
cus Brown, Jr., Marcella ,
and In connection with this, Mrs Ayers
i Robert Can ova, Brenda Lewis and
; ,, rose dress with white accessories Furchgott's In Jacksonville until
r Quigley read a beautiful poem. Billy Smith, Marvin Witham, ed Since Coming to Starke.
Prlscllla and Cox.
t'N Cynthia and an orchid corsage. Each recently. The bridegroom is a .
I Mrs. W. N. Johnson and Mrs. R. Bobby Wetherlnjton, and Miss :
wore a flower headdress. Chester 111. high
of
graduate ,
O. Nunnery accompanied, by Miss Carol White counselor of the i
Mr. Smith of KHIar-
Fannie Following the a reception -
ceremony school. They plan to live in Jack-
fv'.: ney was In Starke on business Nan Wallace sang "With Thy group. was held In the home .
', ; Friday. Spirit, Fill Me" aa a duet. where the dining room was decorated sonville while Mr. Eggeri Is, stationed M. IAYIEIJN0TICE? .

d During the business session the Circle Members with white dahlias and there.Outoftown.

minutes were read by Mra. R. O. Guests Shasta daisies. The bridal table guests were Mr

Nunnery. Mrs. Wilbur Scott gave at Supper was covered with a lace cloth and and Mra.. John Snead, Jackson-

the Treasurer's report, and the Mrs. W B. Mundy and Mrs. centered with a beautifully dec- ville; Mrs Nona Brown, Ft. ,
PERMANENT WAVE KIT i meeting was closed with prayer L F. Dinkins entertained the orated wedding cake, surmountedwith M y e r a ; Mr. and Mrs. Homer

Do II JrouiMlt.t..0..... I by Mrs. Johnson.PenderFoster. members of the Baptist Business a miniature bride and groom. Stearns Tavares; Mrs. Owen Mc-

Eaob kit*w.oonUiiw.Solution.P.rmum 5"9' I Women's Circles and their husbands On each side, of the cake were Rae, Lake Butler; Mrs. Sue My- 'I E Er
"V';
..bMmpoo._*... 81,. .rl.r.Money..b d.r...... : at the' Dell cottage on ,' tall white candles. The bride and rick Lake Geneva; Mr. and Mrs
r ., I Mr. and Mre. S. M. Foster ..ofWhlteavllle shasta daisies; and orange blossoms Springs, and Miss Joyce Hodges,
Koch Drug Store The rooms were decorated with Having sold our retail milk business to Mr.
W Va.. announce the a' to cut the cake. Following Jacksonville.
zinnias and marigolds and after
H. W. Newsom we take this opportunity of
marriage of their daughter, Dale, .
short business session and a brief : .
MALARIAChecked to Charles C. Fender, son of the P program: presided over by Mrll.L. manning our many friends ,and customers

late Wm (('bad) Fender of Starke. 7A. Canova, "a buffet style supper for their patronage and cooperation.

e, In 7 Days With for The ceremony 'waa performedby was served to about 40 guests. Air. Newsom has a new modern dairy and is

LIQUID Judge J. R. Townaend in Lake Mrs. Ethel Bins, Mrs J. E. in
MALARIALSYMPTOMS a position to give you excellent service and
666Slarke's .
Butler Wilson, Mrs Frank Landrum andMrs.
Monday, June 4. The
we trust will give him full support.
Guy ,H Sale assisted I the you your
.q Take only aa directed young couple
was accompanied 'by
B hostesses In entertal n 1 n g and *

Mr. and Mrs. Prescott Gill, Mr. serving their,gue ts. Guess the help situation must like big things brewing at the

and Mrs L.. B. Hughes and. Mra., be gettln worser'n'worser.,-. At USO Club, considering the Dumber F MERRILL-MA THEWS DAIRIES
'
K i iA 1 --r 'Margare Sinim6A.Mr t' DAVID STALLWOKTH HAlNKS any rate,' I glimpsed Frank (Fine of dignitaries dropping in

l Pender Is employed by The Rev and Mrs. Lewis D. Food) Ferrara perched high on a during the week . t Caught Palatka, Fla.
stool, his windows tother of Mrs: Blanche Best L
Y lN Smith Constuctlon Company aa a Haines announce the birth of a washing glimpses ,
foreman In the Jacksonville Navy on. 'David Stallworth, on Satur- day . Signa of the Times: regional YWCA supervisor out of

Yard They will reside In Starke day June 2, In St. Vincent's Hospital There -actually was a Room for Atlanta Fred Grossman', JWB ,
I for the' present. Jacksonville. Rent notice on Walnut St. Mon- supervisor for Florida And .
\ day a. m. ,(". And Lucile Ed- Gilbert McLemore assistant
1 wards says she had an apartment regional director of USO for FlorIda NEivLx REDECORATEDMIIi1GAflI'S
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vacant from Monday to Wednes I w . Incidentally he's a cousinof

day'last week-flrnt time since your favorite columnist, Jean

S Blandlng . Hear Abbie Baggett an' Henry McLemore . .. Gi llli
Is on pins and needles these days,
&:
expectln her Bill ((30th Dlv.) to Hear Lt. Col. Owen Griffin received -

i The arrive momentarily from overseas orders to report to Camp i -
finest STARkE FLA. . Incidentally said Bill must Buckner, N. C., and after that ENJOY YOUR

be quite a thoughtful husband. he knows not what ,. Was expecting AND S/IAl(11"R(
restaurant Band .. . The whole time he was gone,, of course, to be sent right '

SUN. MON.TUES. Abbie received a dozen red roses,, straight back to the Pacific . llJr.
barn JUNE 10, 11, 12 regularly each month on the date After nearly, three years In the IRIJ /

of their wedding, anniversary! . Miami Recruiting Station, the Navy :
1h '. I suddenly decided It needed Wood- 1 I'
iJ=J th 0' P"" Spotted an' Jotted: Joan Car- (3 ::
II fin Halle elsewhere, so he departed MM -J Cleanest
In The
M' tba plcwrt i thh penter still a-thrill from those ,
tJtO"'f ,. g .w last week for the Receiv-
SIZZLINGSTEAK A ,," --.. t\. \'.'1o"t Y \ ''n,,0'" heavenly Bollea commencement ing Station at Shoemaker, Calif. Spot in Town
+ tJtA {J'v" 0'I ''' "" ... p festivities she attended last weekon . His wife and adorable baby
I '\ ..UlwhO p U" I'
I .,O"U0"0 h Max Snyder's bid . Mae daughter win stay with her folksIn
,, dJ ".0,t. ",0 ke,,011 Simon gloomy over the recent cut Arcadia for, the time being CALL STREET AT THE RAILROAD

4,4 LOBSTER (t1J '\' '..,,0"0" '0 .' In soft drinks (sugar shortage) . Glimpsed genial T. W. Oliver
bol" . ., Jim an'
\ 0 Ruby Higginbotham .
with visiting around the printing office -
SHRIMP M 1< dropping In on friends tother day Wednesday afternoon ,
on ,their return t o Thomasville Says he used to set a bit of typein '

CHICKEN' from a Miami vacation . The his boyhood days and justcan't 'KRET'OLJ.

htetft1fJJ Boyd Holloways and sunny-haired resist the smell of printer'sInk
daughter down from Jax'vUla '
. r-
Beach on a fishing trip Wednes- ,
{
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A iyJiMfl day and stopping off for a quick IN TIDEKILLS
Seems Mr*. Mable Wall didn'tgo SECT :
For B '!. look at their property here . visiting in Mobile after all . .
.\r.. Freddie (Wimberly) Turner's new The Frank Ovens, whose guest -
lt hairdo--very short and usually
j + ,t Connoisseurs
; very wind-blown but very becomin' -

t . Leon Rosenberg home fora
t''J
art visit from Camp Callan. San

01Good O Diego,. '''. .PIJ ... Roaches, Moths, Bed Bugs, Carpet Beetle!,

serene the Navy nabbed the "o 11I' .... Flies, Lice, Water Bugs, Fleas, Mosquitoes

;1i Food cream of Bradford County's crop e.Y utr' .
and Other'Insects
MONTY this week . < Phil Shuford Billy
arid ,... Burney and C. W. Colson all went

r 1 'WOOLLEY a nautical In one' fell swoop ,". .
O Glimpsed Clarice .Thomas helpln'. ,
NONPOISONOUS
'JUNE
Drink 4d 1
.
out In dad's office while Lucile ; -

HAVER 'I Crosby answers sick call . Gladto .
r yTal see Mildred Sapp back In the Satisfaction: Guaranteed' Your

II'AYME5 County Agent's 'office after a stay

sl ,-f in the State Firm Hospital .,. about dependableFIRE Money Refunded on ,Return of
) 4'a Folks really miss her when ahe'a
'
... out : . Hear the Ice Unused Contents
., ..,-... R. V. ( plant) INSURANCE
",.,." "' Colemans and three chlUun have '. -
,rr{!, YrM 1 a I I at'last lined up one of those'new

cottages in Kingsley Village and Pint 69c Quart' $1.25
moved In Monday from Lake City

s, . .' Melvin McKinney and family 1-2 Gallon $2.25 .
U. e have a house on Hampton Lake
Dine
In A
Pleasant .....
A.Me.y
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M..,. for the summer . .
+ w Atmosphere a e, QUINN WHITNEY KOSENBLOOM Charley 1 E. Johns Gallon $4.25
i
;" ..d it. M.'poll. Op.. Maybe the fellow who wrote -

e '+ +' Attractive surrounding (com LEONARD WARREN & BLANCHE 'mEBOMoin that every cloud haa a silver lining AgencyPhone
rrry bined with the befit food In
'' town promises you a most enJoyable f rw/wcwl fcy DAMON tUHYOH -. about, after all . Frtnstance, If BRADFORDHARDWARE
ter, dinner. Bring the family t it hadn't been for the meat shortage IS STARKE, FLA.

In tonight. Reasonable ALSO I never would have discovered .

price I how delicious are lowly "neck

LATEST MARCH OF TIME and bones" . Stewed with potatoesone COMPANYJ.
Q.. 325 Temple Ave. day and cooked with rice the .-.

+ ..,.. .
WAR NEWS next 37c worth made enough for

I \, two meals and best of all-they FUpnMiitlnfl THE TRAVELERS. Hertford B. CARLISLE, Owner _
don't require points! . Looks '

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MO BRADFORD DOVNTr TELEGRAPH.
_AY.. OTAR"PLORIDA PAlzlil FIYII
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= Bffs"of LOCAL NEWS I IC Miss Ldl Sternberg spent the Sgt. and Mr Wilson Q. Lee until liao P. M., KW.T.. on Tuesday -- tiff Melee divorce and custody of Und 1916.OFFICIAL.
week-end In Daytona Beach. returned. Monday night from a the 18th day,or June, 145, at I child. Bradford County Telegraph ( SEAL) A. J Thomas. I
Mr. and Mrs. Nat visit with whk'hlm.. and pl".U bids received shall publish thin Order In next: Aa Clerk of said Court. I
Sternberg Mr, and Mrs. James will be publicly opened and I tour weekly, luuva Hon. K. H. Duncan 617 I-vni' a.HulMlnar. j
spent several days last week in Godbold In Jacksonville.The read aloud. Witness my hand and official J..nk>o H.V JJ I.. Florid.
has been removed Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Cain and Daytona Beach. Instructions to bidden and plan seal at Ktarke, Florida this May Atty. for rif. ;..21t I-U t.
Clemons Rev. Grover Alison. Mrs. and upeclflratlona may be obtained ,
Mr. and Mrs. C
Jack.nville J. W d
In
Luke'. HoSPital a r of Pvt. Woodrow Thomas of Camp Edward Burns at the office of City Clerk of
III St. home in Lake But- Gainesville and POc James Gordon, Ga, spent the week-end Mrs. W. T. Slarke, Florida. SEARS ALLSTATE de luxe -
,, Spaugh. Mrs. Morgan Darby and Th. said city Council reservesthe
serl- Cain, who
from
"condition is very recently returned with his wife here ,
and
parents MIss Sharon st. Peter right to waive any Informalities 4 TRUCK TIRES
are attend-
HiS overseas duty, were visiting Mre.Cain'a n La-Crease. in or to reject any or all
Ing a week's session at Camp] bid.*. TiiK\'itK FLEET; TESTEITIIKVKK I
s. parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Mack I
of Hampton road Futch Is home from the Weed, HIbernia, PITY OF STAUKR.'
near Jacksonville
It.G, WHe State Farm Crosby Wednesday night. University of Florida In Gainesville Uyi Carl Johns, ROAn TENTED
, -
i A to the Camp Weed is the E p I. copal 5-1S Bt '-16 City Clerk
Tuesday of last week. Sgt. and Mrs. LeRoy Grant have to spend the summer with Church } THERE GUARANTEED;
capita Camp. They will return .
l on of the Mer- returned from a two week's fur his parents, :Mr and Mrs. C. A. IN CIIUM'IT 'O"RT. \UFOnn I
Saturday.
Johns. Jr., CO' "'1'FI.URIU..| 1M CHAN-
A. lough In North Carolina. Futch.
L. enjoying a leave Lt. Ralph Rhode, is KIIY.. HlghrKt fimllly Txiwrnt Prlrrn
ant' having re. Friends will be glad to know 1st Sgt. and Mrs R. W. Reese spending a Hasel Snyder Dempsey, Plaintiff, + j
'family here, and son of Maxwell few weeks with Mr. and Mrs \n. Ralph T Dempney, Defendant "'.. Haw Your Man. Auk For It
Ih overseas. lie and that Miss Bertha Loper returnedto Field Ala., D. A. Monteith here before Cane No .1794OUDKH \ .
i reporting
Vhns spending a feW her home In Theressa Monday are here to spend a 19-day fur- OF PtTBLTCATtON 4'
to his
station In
are new ANn NOTICE' TO APPEARSTATE
s. Beach, after a stay In the State Farm lough with Mrs. Reese's parents, Shreveport, La. Since his returnto OF FLORIDA to: Ralph. Write To: nov CUNNINGHAM
ys in Daytona ofretersburg Hospital. Her condition is Mr and Mrs Adam Green. T. Dempxey, who residence I. 1019 '
Girton .
great A CIO.JICKMONViLLE
SKAIUS-KOEIU'CK
H. P.
and Mrs. Robert the States, Lt Rhodes has re- North Street, Portsmouth, Vlrttlnla.
Hr. Mrs. Edwards of the Merchant !
are visiting ly. Improved. ceived a Presidential Citation and .JuJ..o'h'h: required to appear on Flw\
Neal and Marines is visiting his par 1946, In the shove namad R
Cleveland Pvt. Raymond Payne, son of his third battle star
don a son ents, Mr. and Mrs. "Doc" Ed- Court and cause, wherein plain
Interests
tending to property II Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Payne, for. wards. Mr. and Mrs. K F. Cain, who -. u -- }
week.Mrs. visited here several weeks while 'I
this residents of Starke Is
,
re returned' mer now Lt. AI Kay Carlisle is spending
J. Berg has enroute from their home in
[ C. Berg In a in a hospital in Alabama, recuperating several days this week with his Key : I'
visit with Sgt West to Thomaston, Ga., are In:
III a Hospital. Sgt. from a wound received in parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Car- ON
oma9vt11e Ga. Georgia now for an indefinite
with her for the Germany. He is arriving soon lisle.
rg returned to visit friends here. J. C Wadkins, USN, visited his stay.Mrs. j
ek-end. mother, Mrs. Alfred Varnes, Sun- J. P. Bums and daughters :
Twin Bedroom Suits
Joan and Jean of Atlanta, Ga. ;)
day night and brought his child- arrived Tuesday night to vial ,
ren for a visit with her.
Mrs Burns' mother, Mrs. P. Hilanassa. .
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. .

Effle ._ _. ,
Johns were her son and '
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Scot r SOLID ELM '
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. {
10 1915 left Tuesday to spend a>month'svacation
JUNE
SUNDAY *
Freeman Johns of Lake City and ,
in Henderson, N. C. r'
Consists of 10
pieces
Rev and Mrs. W Q. Smedley of 'I j
Sunday School10 A. M.. Keystone Heights. CorbIn Scott Carnell of Ormond I .
Is spending an Indefinite visit with 2 BEDS ONE VANITY I
Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mr. and :
11 A. :M. his F A. Scott.Mr
Worship grandfather
Morning -
\ Mrs. Guy H. Sale and Miss Helen S i ONE VANITY BENCH
: Heart Religion"Evening and Mrs. Ernest Lewis ot '
Subject: "Head Religion vs. Steele of Gainesville are leaving ONE NIGHT TAIILE
Orlando are visiting Mr. Lewis' i
Saturday to spend week In New I
'Service,.-.e'S; :00 P. M.Children's1 a sister, Mrs. David Kelly and famUv. ONE CHEST DRAW- t '
York City. Mrs._Mundy and Mrs.Sale . =',_ : .. t i.
: win buy for their dress e EitS, TWO ,;:)r.VII... ',
Program for Foreign Missions Comer P. Perryman reported to r'
I shops.
SPRINGS AND TWO
the Mayport NAS Monday after i
,
Lt. Wm. (Bill) Edwards is
I
a visit with his parents, Judge FELT PLATTER MAT.
Not Ours? spending a few this week
Go To Church Why Try days and Mrs. EX K. Perryman. Mrs. TRESSES.
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perryman accompanied him and w ;
W. M. Edwards. He is stationedIn f
remained through Thursday.
Atlanta, Ga.
Mra. K. O. Duncan and daughter $242.00
Mrs L. G. Powell left Monday.
Rose, Wed-
Margaret spent
for a two week's visit with relatives
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COLD WATERMELONSCantaloupes nesday la Jacksonville.Mrs. :J
ICE
in Columbia, s. C. O. James Platt and son
Radio Technician and Mra.
Yan-
James, Jr., are spending a few

cey spent Harris last week of Washington with Mr. ,Harris'D. C., days before in leaving Crescent for City their with old friend homeIn Occasional Chairs & Rockers 14.75 to 24.50

sister Mrs. R. A. Green and fam- where
Meadville, Pa., they expect ,
ily. to remain indefinitely.Mrs. .
Miss Betty Kennedy, who has Milton Weimer has gone .
been visiting Miss Virginia Sewell Dinnette Suits 34.50 74.50 !
to be with
''" Peaches returned Monday to her home in to Hattiesburr. Miss., few - - - - to
9 her husband after spending! a I i
Orlando.( days with Mr. and Mrs. I Lee In.
Mrs L. D. Vining Is in Atlanta '

Ga., visiting her parents Mr. and Is Mrs.the Mae guest Jones of her of Jacksonville sister, Mrs. All Metal Baby Carriages With Curtains !

Mrs. W. L. Joiner. W. E. Middleton. --- -
Complete Line of Fresh Mrs. L. A. Davis returned home
Mrs. O. C. Livingston of Tampa
Vegetables''' Saturday after spending ten daysin
Fruits & arrived yesterday for a visit with

Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and Miss Lu IT'SA FACT YOU CAN 'DO BETTER AT .
Friends will be Interested to


DICANDIO'S CURB MARKETWalnut GaIney know ,'that Jr., son Cadet of Mr.Homer and Perry Mrs cOe IN nnrviT:Mitchell. coi'I T, IH ADFOMI) John H. Denmark Furniture Co. ;;, '

H. P. Gainey of Brooker, Is ar- COUNTY' FLORIDA IN CHAN ,

At Cherry Street riving Saturday for a visit with Louis CKKV.(Lulg-l)) Tlrella> Plaintiff "... PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA.c.. j '. ,
his parent, and friends. Cadet Antonletta MaUessI Tlrella, DefenAant f.1.1H
Gainey has a 7-day leave from Case Jtfe1772. AND WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITURE t .

his work at West Point. OHD NOT CEpTO APPEAR:
STATIC OF FLOIUUA toi Anton

r, A..1: 1; ; ..,,. I Maltesst,letta Mallessl'4Motk.'.J irella.,.. Via lilncuanta% Sonora,
Modica, Province of Haeusa Sicily/
\Jff You are '' required to appear on d
\ \. June 15th, 145,. In the above named ) ;
A Life ha sure taken on new Interest Court and cause, wherein plaintiff -
Y now that Bradford County seeks divorce. Bradford this County OrderIn ; : .
Telegraphshall publish Make Your I

1 corn-on-the-cob Only trouble Is that Is on I the never market.know 'BEEPUIEMStart AND Witness next at four Starke my weekly, hand Florida liisueii and, this offielalseal May Money's Might ,.:

when to quit when I get started. leih, 1946.10FP'ICIAL. f ,

An overdone of corn In the stomach An( Clerk of REAM said Court.A..J. Thomas, j \

Is just about aa painful acorn Your Hon. Walter C. Hardesty. Daytona Mft .
on jour feet. But you've I Beach, Fla. Atty. for Pit 5-18 4t 8-11 a t ,
Post War Planning : '. -,. -.-.-'. "
for
found that out your -
probably NOTICR OF Al'nl.imiOV: '- --- -',. ;
FOIL TAX I>':":" _
self. Your
By Placing (Senate Illll No. Ictn:
NOTICE IS IlEHUFtV (1IVEN :
Order Now For That Elsie I* Bradley holder ot I,
,.rDon't Tax Certificate No. 170. Issued the !
.w .I These Appliances 7th day/ of August A. n. 191H hall zrtru i ;
filed In office and has. ,
name my
let the hot weather make'you lose that made appllritlon for a tax deal I ,I II
to be issued thereon. Hald certificate H
BENDIX
cell-tailored look. Keep trim with the aid embrace the following property i
AUTOMATIC In the County of Uradford ,,/ .' '
State of Florid, to-wit: ...... ...-- '
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HOME LAUNDRY SW% of NW'4 of Section 15. J./{_' ... xJJ.Yrr. rti- :i I'
Township < South, Range 22 East. ur v+ I '" ,
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containing acres more or lens.
HOT POINT The assessment of the mild property
Manhattan Shirts a13.43 under the said certificate Issued ,

RANGES REFRIGERATORS McWain.. Unless was said In the certificate. name of shall Bertha he Match their Fighting Might. ; I' '

WATER HEATERS redeemed according to law, the

property the described highest therein bidder will at the be ..,.,.......
Become AvailableWe old to ....,.
As! These court house door on the first Mon ':;,"it 1
Will Fill Orders In day In the month of July 194H. S . \ ...r !I I''' :
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t 3.88 which is the 2nd day of July, 194S
Order of Application Dated this 16th day of May, It r. \, ''I"
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A..J. THOMAS

) ._ FULL LINE Clerk County of, Circuit Florida.o Court of Bradford y 1 tJ

_p 6.18 4t 8-8 (OFFICIAL SEAL) '
WIRING SUPPLIES \
i Wembley Ties ('041.1. FOR Atr)' . I j jI I
Sealed bids for construction ol \
garage"" and storage' '' bull tl i Electric Motors be received by the City Council at I
the City office In Starke, Florida, "
1.00 You're not asked to prove your prowess in death-dealing combat as these men :

e lP Fluorescent I are doing. .for America and you. That's their job! Yours is to add the might I I

) FIXTL'IIKS; & STRIPS Lof! your dollars to the might of our fighting men. i i

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Sox - 39c ill [The mighty Seventh War Loan is the biggest yet. Last year you were asked to ,- I

d c'i,1 AND VTTERIES 'subscribe twice by this time. The least you should lend-if your income is $250 1;

Hot Shot ,monthly or more-is $187.50. If your earnings arc.greater, your purchase of i it

BATTERIESDelta War Bonds should be increased in proportion. ,


Lanterns EXPERT \Remember, too, that U. S. War Bonds are the '
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i'Wodd', safest investments. 4 giving :you $4 back, MIGHTY I ,

-1, Duo HEATERS Therm WORKMANSHIP at maturity, for every $3 you invest in them. I : :'


ALI Manhattan Bed Lamps I YOU HELP THREE WAYS when you back up the I ,

MIGHTY 7th War Loan with every dollar you canalrord. 1
ALL 'YORKGUAllANTEED ''
.r Desk Lamps I You help your Government. You help pay I .a' .a- t !

Handkerchiefs _- ==== for the materiel needed by our armed forces to get I

the quickly and bring them home. You s : \ I
I Service war over t

4 for 1.00 Radio yOU FINEST' :CAN WtTCH ENTRUST TO YOUR OUR help yourself by providing for your future security.WAR LOAN j iy !



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,,1 w'g, By lU..... II. M. McRa I h nr, y ; i.
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t.', rp'i't',,,,,, Rev. W. E. Hall filled his reg ,i a,,,. r,n I F,49J Yrv1'r"'; ,i'. :+;r Ir", Y" 4.Jr P,1;4 i,t' %,P'n, 'I (, I,'u.Ire, ;7M e, ''K.. ,rv,,., 1 ""b' r fir, ., N y.n.! ':'.a7 ',, IApr'r$
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+ ular appointment at Pine i'.I' ,a.uia's i>' f dri f' t}',l .Sr'ax S M '1' ,. ry.p, u 1 "( s ,y}, ''" Ja y.i' A i ,
,' v""' Church Sunday morning and even- 1' frY!+ "x ti.' 1 ;r, y { Yb ,, ', + r,, r I'y' cS }' ( .
,, M'r "F } '1V 1 r # 'r }? r'
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Quite a number of people of
+ this section attended the dedication i s

a+ l"" of the nradford County Ser { F

I vice Board In Starke Sunday aft
ernoon > P
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'ii'' The farmers of this section are a M

;, bUllY gathering and hauling vegetables % ut, !
ry' ,. 'fyY i t
r 'i to the Farmer's Markets !In 4' Y r i
Starko and Jacksonville. I al l r

+ Visiting In Glendale Hospital !In ,', ', t Ci', ;' t'k '
FalaUca Monday were Mrs W. E. k j > ; a rr r / r,' ,..r i',. ,'N r"m g'y; ,r ,' ,
o,
Hall, Mrs. B. M. McRae, Mrs. r i
Calvin Ward and daughter, Mills i\.; :;j:

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Lucile Ward. r a7l
'h. P r
aLhy .
Mrs 1 f A? f ,
hear that
; We are sorry to
7i W. R. Halslop Is 111 and we wish .

d'' + for her a speedy recovery. db'
And' t ts tt
:' Ronald Wilson +' 5t, ,y S s iin
: Cpl. and Mrs. 'g, b4 rS'r
T" K. 3 '
N Miss Eleanor Jones, Sgt Peter
11'' Falkowskl and daughter Carol, ', n, l 1 'f1 '
; of Camp Blandlng were visiting 4'd'

Silver Springs Sunday.
n
' Mrs. Owen McRae of.Lake Butler

.I r.j and Mrs Susie Myrlck of Lake r'1; { i s.S?
R Geneva were week-end guests of

Fly Mrs. H. M. McRae and family.

' ,,, + Mra. Clarence K. Andreu of ,. Yj'kY 1 1 .
+' Starke was visiting here Monday. '
,
i I, ' 't" Miss Gwendolyn McRae was a

': ; ,, Sunday dinner,guest of Miss Mary r
, Lou Alvare In Vanderbilt. t

,, :, a i Remember Sunday services at k ,
' both morning and
1, Pine Level
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evening. i i
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1 ,' ' ; By :&1..... Edward Norman

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v', ; Y M.rs. Kate Starling has return' i
'''' $ I ed from ft brief visit In Tampa
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j ' with relatives.Mr. Edward Norman He can't ask
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F, ,',; t, ,' i ,Brooker and James son Sunday.Herbert Norman were returned visiting Saturday in. you now


.f t ', f('f ,,, from'a, Pa,business trip. to MeKeenport .

t '! .
Mr. Maggie Norman and granddaughter -
1 Joan will return Saturday
"w from month's visit with her .

1 daught-rs, ,Mrs. Elvlee Driggersf .
{ Llthla and :Mrs. Rosa Mae
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+ '+'y %h Thomas of St. Petersburg.Mrs. .

+, 'q Frank M. King, who is a Hc's an American hero. After fighting bloody battles in the f' . We can't let him and all our other fighting heroes down.

>' petal Senior Jacksonville Nurse at St.was Luke's a Sunday Hos- )Pacific, he was home on leave two years ago. Remember, last year we had two War Loan Drives by this time.

'' afternoon visitor of Mr., and.)(1'..
? Nate Dyal.: Mr. 'and Mrs. .Dyal ,,.e .. You may remember seeing his picture. His name is John

1 ?1 and Mrs. T. L. Casey carried her : Basilone, Marine Gunnery Sergeant. He traveled all over Amer '
,to Jacksonville Sunday night.)
l, 'i 1 Mr. and Mrs, Nate Dyal went ,ica, urging eVery American to buy more bonds. + '

r, to Jacksonville Monday night .
n'r where HI''. Dyal received a prize '- .. e He, said: "You don't.Joiow-you can't know 'how much : '

i! as winner conducted.in a Jingle The Coatest prizes were recently it means to the boys out there when they hear the folks back ': ,..

n ', awarded over Radio Station home have just put another War Bond Drive over the top." -
; WJHP. .

Miss'Myrtle Thomas began work ", e They gave him the Congressional Medal of Honor and 1,;:. '
{ In a. ,office, ,a.t Camp Blending ; y ,
P Wednesday. offered him a commission. He didn't want it. "I'm a plain soldier" ., .- r N'I '"

f *,. 1 jv rinrriT rorirr, DIIADFOIIUt .. he said. "I want to stay one."
r , r ('OUN'f'Y! ; PM. >ltlUA| IN CIIAN- :

y Mob.s,Hyrd. Plaintiff vit. KilwardByrcl e Well, !he stayed a plain Marine-like Joe and Bill and tne.
,1 : Uefendant. t'xse No. STBS.OHUBH .
AND! NOTIfta OHV PUHLH'ATION TO APPBAIl .., fellows down the street He can't ask you to buy bigger bonds The Seventh is our personal call to arms-two drives. in 'one.

1' BTATM OF KM>RUA to: Edward: That's why is I
during the Seventh. He killed I few weeks our quota large.
Iwo
i .' Byril. 'whose residence !I. unknown. was a ago on Just. ,
You are required to appear on ,
July 2nd. 1945, In the shave, named after he had led his assault team to the of airfield
r Court and reuse, wherein plaintiff edge an we e e We must meet it-we will meet it-for the hero of Iwo-
,1 seeks divorce, Custody and maintenance
of Children. ITadford needed desperately. for Victory-for pride in America.
i "' County Teloarraph" shall pilhll h thin
Order In next four weekly (untie*. .
+V.' Witness my hand and official ,
'' "y ; .seal. at Htarke' Florida, thle May .
Wyk 25th, 1945.OFFICIAL. .
(. w ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
t An Clerk of said Court.
ti 1 )' Hon. J. H. KurrUon, LAW ExchangeKullillnir.
7 d Florida, .
# Jnckaonville
; Ally, for rif. 1-lt 8-22 HERE'S WHAT UNCLE SAM THl
WANTS YOU TO DO:
r' IN rtnrriT rornT. nnAnFOnna ;; MIGHTY
F corvrt", vi.imiiiti iv CIIANCKIIV. .
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t ; i Beulnh Urannnn Mayo, Plaintiff If your Average Incomt Your War Bond Quota in
vi. William Jessie! Mayo, Defendant. ri.
}++ Cues No.. 3S05.ORDKIl Per Month in Tbt 7th is: (Cash Valut)
pl
: l { OF Pt'RI.1CATlON
d ANI NOT1CB TO APPEAR Select. your individual quota in the 7th $250 & up '$187.50
BTATM OF FI +j ',} Jennie !Mayo, whose address and 225-250 150.00
; recldence !la unknown. War Loan income- 11o 11s
according to 131.25
p
a d You are required to appear on your
.
u, July Snd, 11M5, In the above named 200-21O 1I2.5O
d . f I.
Court and wherein
", kwtir reeks divorce and reiteration. of then meet it! 180-20O 93.75.-
maiden name. Ilradford County :
140-180
i 6 F Telegraph shall publlnh this Order 75.00 ,t;};:.,
In next four weekly Imuei.WltneiiH 10O-140 37.50"
"\ r + my hand and official seal Under .
!zf# at Starke, Florida, tbla May 28th, $100 18.75
r i 1945,
f (OFFICIAL SEAM A. J. Thomas, .

+ d'mc th 'w' Aa Hon.Clerk T. of Frank raid Uandrum Court. Ftark. Let your dollars join the fight in the MIGHTY SEVENTH WAR LOAN
t Flo, Atty for 1'''f. /-l 4t tIIlY ; !

p( 'ljd.' t' n nnci'iT roi'itr, BRADFORD 1
'+ FLOHII1AI CIIA.M-:
CNIIYTY
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,"t) +' r, .alah l U >*orrl on. Plaintiff, v..
A ; ,r' u Yvonne MorrUon l>e(.nd nt. Can
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;' q ANl ORDER NOTK'R OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR 81>y IJ/GfJER BONDS '

+,+,; 1 MorrUon 8TAT OF whose FLORIDA. residence to:tm Yvonne No. 5 IN Tttt MICHW SEVENTH

;, 1y Ashhurton Place, Cambridge, Maaa.
l', You are required to appear on
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r ? July 2nd, 1918n the above named
,r,, ,, ,r) Court and cause, wherein plaintiff This ,
/1p" .. ... ... Advertisement
+x f; oui, seeks divorce. Bradford County Sponsored by The Following Members of The
Victory Club
4"' Tel" traph hall publlah thle Order _
T; 'f'' in next tour weekly Irmun.Vltnemi _
\ my hand and official WONDER GIFT SHOP
I s"+ eeal at Htarke, Florida, this May FRANK'S FINE FOODS
.
? 701 h. 1945.OFFICIAL.! TEMPLE & LAKE SERVICE STATIC
? qt a p0yl ;. ( SEAL) A. J. Thoma, FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE JORDAN'S BAR
i Aa Clerk of said Court.
DENMARK CO.
+ t'"r"'h? I Hon T. Frank Landr", Rtark, Member F. D. I. C. a. C. WALL FURNITURE
'y' ,, Kla. Atty. for Pit. 1-1 4t tIN -a:3 AGENCY INSURANCE LEILA'S DRESS SAW
SHOP & BEAUTY
A. ''')yIT + CIRCVIT roi'IJT, IIRADPORD CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE SHAFKIN'SMILLCAN'S
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1"rt rt roiINTY.: FLOIIII1AI IM
t, Dorothla Mae Warren Plaintiff, v*. GRILLKIDD'S STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING COST ,
IKBUO Wesley Warren, Defendant. P. S. STORES
i Cane No. 38011.OnnEn ( SINCLAIR SERVICE
,;1.1, r OF PIT tICATIONAN" : At The Bus Station ERN B E RG' SMARUCA'S
y LAPPE .
;1. NfVriCH TO APPEAR BAKERY
S BTATB OF FLORIDA BLANDING CENTER Inc.
to: lasso ,
w
t 9 WesleyYarren, whose reiildenca BARNEY'S DRINK STAND GROCERY
U General Delivery, Caruthernme.You JERRY'S PLACE
++ MlKMOUrl. FRED F. STUMP ,CHARLEY E. JOHNS, AG NCY-Insur
are required to appear on ROGERS JEWELRY & ARMY STORE
July Ind, 1945 In the above named {WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE MAIN MILITARY STORE
Court and rauae, wherein. plaintiff
seeks divorce. Bradford NEW{ METHOD CLEANERS
M1 +t' County STARKE TAXI
SERVICE STARKE SHOPPE
Teleitraph hall piihllnh this Order BEAUTY
,f a'i. In next four weekly. Inane. MAGNOLIA HOTELBROWNSTEEWS
Witness my hand and official BRADFORD HARDWARE CO. FLORIDA & THEATRES
s' RITZ
anal at Btarke, Florida this May SHOE REPAIR
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+, , '; 80.(OFFICIAL 1945. SEAM A. J. Thomai. BLANDING TAILORS KOCH. DRUGSTORE REYNOLDS SHOE SHOP
,4,, Ae Cleric of Bald Court. .
Tr. U "Hon. T. Frank Ladrum. Btarke, At Dlanding Center THE SMART SHOP GEM JEWELRY
f"i Yea/ Atty. for Flf. (-tt f.b
1 / P. ROBERTS MOTORS
EASTERN AUTO SUPPLY PRIEST 5c TO $1 STORElI'RlDAY




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JCS 8. 1&ib BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA. .
-- PAGI: SEYENfriends .r
era of gay Broadway at Its bed =

dway At Gayest and grayest 13 the setting foi f r Francisco, Calif. in the Lake Geneva sec

New Filming this fast-moving romance of hot; I Pvt. J. I. Baxter, Co. C, 136 : tlon Saturday. +j I

In ParkEyes headed Irish sweethearts and th IEIRVlfLl: VA [? I IE : ITU, 83 Regt., Camp Robinson, Mrs J. P. Dickinson is visiting

To flaming melodies that have alwayi Ark. her son S 2-c B. F. GeIger In the 1

Smiling" which' topped America's: hit parade. . . 4 e . e Naval Hospital In Charleston, S.
h Are Monty Wooley Is cast th, I IIKNUY MILLER C. I J
Theatre, ; a* < LT JOHN A. TORODK;
THOMAS: !
Park 1 IlKOTHERS
ylJlI at the and Tuesday Is man-about-town Edward Brawley HOME: ON FURLOUGH r I\WAJUJ.n: 4th CLDSTKR: : MEET IN PACIFIC Theressa I Cpl. Wayman D. Garrett of

1. fondny of one of I II former gold mine operator, racehorse Henry Miller St.M 3-c. recently) Armond 1\(. Tho mad, S 1-c, Finney General Hospital Thomas- I
ieoo filming enjoyed a furlough with , writes My Miss Ma llugan/ vllle. Ga., Is visiting his wife for ,
'I owner snake oil alesmalland his par from the Pacific that
brilliant/ eras m all hls- ents at Lawtey after "About the . . . . . a few days. Cpl. Garrett was
completlnf happiest moment I've
The revolves around get-rich-quick specialist whc eight weeks Mrs. .. wounded on Luzon, Feb 8.
picture of Navy boot trains had out here was the meeting I R. Britt of Lake Geneva
e of Ernest R. Ball Amer-sentl- walks backward into the Ing at Bainbridge Md. " with my brother, King, during the Is visiting the Thomas family this Mr. and Mrs C.V.. Packhamand

reatest composer of I and romance of Mary "Irish" While here, he was the honored battle of Okinawa We got orders week. daughters visited over the

ballad> O'Brien, played by June Haver,, guest at a party given by his sis, ..... } F" one afternoon to go to a new Pfc. John F. Thornton of Ft. week-end with Mr. and Mrs. W.
rich ,.. . W Packham.Cpl. .
have taken ter, Elizabeth anchorage and when Meade Md. arrived here ,
Directors and Ernest Ball played by Dick Battles of Starke we droppedour Friday
of the riotous.times in and many of his/ friends w erE hook we were along side to join his wife, who Is visiting and Mrs. McLeod and
age
Ball lived- -the razzle-dazzle Haymes. present to enjoy this event w!ti .( ." , '"'. King's ship and I wasted no time her father, D. J. Phillips and children have returned after
him. ; getting over to see him. There family.: spending a week with Cpl. Mc-

Mr. and Mrs. Miller have three :: :':,;\\7 ie.7(: are four of us out here, and I'm Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ousleyof Leod's parents in Quitman.
Steaks ]I other eons'serving overseas hoping to meet the other twosome Perrine have arrived to upend. t//
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The finest Charlie Miller time." their summer vacation here. "
Shrimp with an engineer . just like mother '
Pfc. and Mrs
John
regiment in Italy; Pfc. Oliver Armond is serving! on an L.S.T. F. Thornton
foodsat Miller, with a quartermaster A I I and took part in the invasions of spent a few days at Jacksonville used to make"
com

SEA FOOD pany in Germany; and > Iwo Jima and Okinawa. "Our Beach visiting friends.
reasonable :FISH OR )liam: Miller, also with a Cpl.V1l.quarter! ship. hit Iwo on D-Day and Oki- Miss Elizabeth Phillips of Starke .
master company in nawa on D plus one," he writes. spent the week with her 'father,
MEATprices Germany. "Iwo was a hot spot, and boy didI D. J. Phillips Sr., and family. LAPPERestaurant

PLATE SOT. KURD A. ROSS , i : have some bad feelings, but not Mr. and Mrs. Lee Burkhart of
LUNCH IN "PANTHER wt half as bad as some of my Marine Hampton and Mrs. C. A. Beck
PATROL.
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Court & Call St. buddies who hall from Bradford were visiting friends near Alachua
With Two Sgt. Fred A. Ross, whose wife, County Yes, the U. S. Coast Tuesday. .
a
Blllie '"
VegetablesOwner Davis Ross lives in Starke Guard delivered: them right to the Mrs. S., R.; Swindell visited in :
George Kopelousos and works at Camp Bland Ing, beachea. Every place we have hit Jacksonville'over the week-end. 7?-

45cUIDO.N. fought(Black with the? famous 66th I so far there was more than one Mr and Mrs. C. A. Beck and

Panther) Infantry Division :i, Bradford County boy there" Kenny Thomas were visiting I ,
in the Lorient Pocket in France. '.. At the time ot writing. Armondwas ...- j

RILL When the 264th Infantry Regi- laid up for a few days because .' i i
ment of
the division Issued a call of an Injury received whileat

daring for volunteers"Panther to make up the . ... work.HI got a good hit on r
Patrols", he vol- "" the head, but think I will be i1 i1.J
"Eat At The Best And Forget The Rest"Old bers unteered and was selected. Mem- O. K. in a few more days and o

of these patrols had to be 1st Lt. John Arthur Torode, son fit for work again."
experts with their
._ particular, weapons of Mrs. Pauline Torode of Starke -
and ... .J
patrolling. As an PVT. HOWARD MANNING
:has been
assistant squad leader, l lie was recently awarded a WITH FIELD ARTILLERY. '
Sarge's Place sent on numerous patrols in and fourth Oak Leaf "Cluster to his
7iine
near enemy lines and has been Air Medal. ..... :

awarded the Combat Infantryman's As a co-pilot on a B-24 Liberator '.
'ARKE'S ORIGINAL Badge as well as the Good Lt. Torode has flown 30 I -
Conduct
Ribbon. combat mission with the 8th Air /

ARMYTORE A Force, participating In attacks on
LT. HUGH B. INGRAM Kiel, Stuttgart. Hamm Berlin

IN THE PHILIPPINES Dresden Leipzig, Munich. Saar-

In letter to the Telegraph brucken, Cologne, and military Installations Hours 9 to 9 Dally

this week, Lt. Hugh B. Ingram, in conjunction with : Except: Tuesday

son of Mrs. Carrie Ingram' of I Allied ground advances.His I

Starke, states that he is in a Re- citation states in part: "For .
Authorized
placement Depot in the Philip- meritorious achievement In accomplishing -

By The {War Department pines "I am subject to leave here aerial operational mls- .,

24 hours a day. In short, this is uons! over enemy occupied con- LOCAL FACILITIES ;
a very temporary address," he tinental Europe. Lt. Torode's ac- t
Operated p tiors reflect great credit upon i <(%'.:>
; says.At ; I. a s : of quiet refinement with organization ,
the time he' wrote his address himself and the armed forces of ;
By an Ex-Soldier was: Lt. Hugh B. Ingram I the United States." competent and thorough in its entirety i

Lt. Torode has been in the t enable this establishment/ to render a
0-1118740
97th
Engr. G. S.
Regt., Army two He received his fine and service.DEWITT .
APO 322 years. !' moderately priced 'r ,
Care PM San
Francisco,, wings at Clovis, t New Mexico, I Y'
HEADQUARTERS
Calif. .'it I
and completed his combat train. .
OR ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES ing'at Pueblo Colorado. He is a .

NOVELTIES and JEWELRY GRIFFIS BROTHERS former student of the Universityof C. JONES .:- I
SERVE IN NAVYOthma Georgia and of
a graduate :.
B.nS. Pvt. Howard C. Manning, son AMUULANCK SERVICE ;
t of Mr. and Mrs. Vollle Manningof
Cpl. Charles B. Clarke of Starkeis :: I '
Funeral Director ;
Starke, Is now in the Philippines '
ten S.usLo'sfi h another local man who. la a with a Field Artillery bat. STARKE PHONE 7' j 'I.' I \ r rr U'
r ; ., He. peen.Ijithe, '
4-'r "** *' '.,
Our local funeral home enables us' *** : ,
.
since July 194 i and has been to \ ;

:# J""". ALTA L. SMITH overseas about< two months. He offer conveniences ,and services not' 1 ,J
StoreE. "';> TRAINING IN SPARS waa graduated from B.H.S. in the otherwise available. !
rmY Alta L. Smith AS. daughter of class. of 1944.
Mrs. L. C. Smith, formerly of I I
Call Street Starke, Fla. a. Graham and now of Klllarney, recently CPL. TIIOM.SV.lUIEJ) ) HOSPITAL EQUIPMENT '

enlisted In the SPARS and GOOD CONDUCT) MEDAL
..VI Our hospital equipment service has been expanded to meet de
Is now at the U.S. Coast Guard Cpl. William M. Thomas, son of
mands. For use in the home have wheel chairs
station in Brooklyn. we hospitalbeds
Mr: and Mrs. Bob Thomas of
-, ... back rests and other comfort
"" - equipment.
I Seaman Smith was employed at I Brooker, has been awarded the
Ante Griffis (above left), the Regional Hospital at Camp I; Good Conduct Medal for more
Meet} .
{ 1Jl eAt :
son of Mrs. R. A, Griffis of Blanding for two years before entering than a year of "Exemplary behavior -

Starke, recently enjoyed a 24- the service. Her present efficiency and fidelity" asa I
anding Center Bar"LAN day leave with his family after address Is: Alta L. Smith AS, Co. member of the U. S. Army. .

spending 18 months In the Pacific. S, Platoon 6, U.S.C.G. Manhattan Cpl. Thomas entered the ser- (I

He has been on the TJ.S.S. Beach, Brooklyn 29, N. Y. vice .in June 1943 and received
New Jersey since it was commissioned -- his baste training at Camp Bark-: THROUGH THESE PORTALS

ttes"\t\ taking part in engage- Sgt. Louis C. Smith arrived in ley, Texas in the Medical Corps.
ate a ant ments around the Marshall Is- Orlando by plane one day recentlyfor He was graduated from the Uni- PASS TIlE BEST SOLDIERS '

et\O g \eet $. lands, Truk. Palau New Guinea a few hours' visit with his/ versity of Florida In 1940 and received i

;),<:.I 0 Salpan and South China. mother, Mrs. L. C. Smith who : a B.s. degree in entomology ON EARTH
'i.\
te\a'J.\\ot\
'
ot -dtta Othma wears the Philippine and has been employed for several and agriculture. Prior to

bout t gu ou Asiatic-Pacific campaign ribbons, months at Winter Garden. entry into the Army he was employed I '

\eaaan the Halsey citation, the American Sgt. Smith has been stationed as a teacher of Vocational
tit 4 Defense Bar and six major en- at Lake Charles, La., Air Field as Agriculture in Putnam County. At Y", 1

: -; gagement atars. postmaster for 18 months. the present time he Is purchasing 1i i
fresh vegetables from the French
His younger brother, Marlie .
<." J. A. MARTINEZ and is making direct
, (above right) is stationed at the farmers J
k. } IN FORT KNOX HOSPITAL i issues to the hospitals' a South
,. !\;!,S f' f. Naval Air Base Twenty-nine ;,
',"' Palms, Calif., and also spent a Pvt. J. A. Martinez, son of Mr. Pacific base in New Caledonia.

recent leave at home. He enteredthe and Mrs. Joe Martinez of Starke, I He is contributing to the efficient '. .

Navy in June 1944 and took Is in the Surgical Hospital at Fort I operation 0 tan important '.
his boot training at Bainbridge, Knox, Ky., where he waa operatedon I'link In the chain of Army medical f'';

Md. He is engaged In aviation May 30th. He will be confined facilities rehabilitating the sick ', t I
to the hospital for about two ', and 'wounded.I ; iiiiii'' ,
"" DINGCENTER,. ordnance work.OEltll'SEY -. months. I iiiilttti! { .., :;:. , r I
ADDRESS: ii,!
NEW ,
R. SAI'P Pvt. Martinez entered the ser- ;
13tQ OF SKRVICB: MEN: ; +ttiEjEEiigIlt !!
HOME: ON FURLOUGH vice in January and was formerly
.
: f:
ARM 3-c, Scout- ;; .-. '
RM 3-c has the Seaboard Rail- Wm. J. Green ".
Dempsey R. Sapp, employed by Calif. ,
I been enjoying a furlough herewith road.OAFf.. Ing Sqdn. !63, San Francisco i :! :!! ", '

his wife and his parents Mr. .....,..., Jas. David Ricks, AS Co. 730, ..1"t\I,' :
,
and Mrs. E. A. Sapp of New KIDD'S MEN USNTC, Great Lakes, Ill.Pvt. i;iii/iiifIa/ ; \ ''J l
A 331 +
Crosby Co. If
Wm.
.
River. He la a member of the BELIEVE IN COMFORT"It : tipyfii !r 1 I
ji
MAYBELLE J..HYDE MANAGER APO 443, San Fran
Med Bn.,
i'' li liiii
Armed Guard aboard a ship that might not have all the com- fi '.f"" !
cisco, Calif.
has its base at New Orleans, La. forts of home but still it's a lot J. E. Purdee, S 2-c, 13th N. C. "

"'. ..- ; better than an open field." That's B.. Co. C, Port Hueneme, Calif. '- (,
-- -----
what the men of Co. L, 347th S 1-c. USCO, I41 t ,
O. J. Packham tti!! iiii!:
Regt., 87th Infa n try Div. say I Army F. S. 176, Navy 920 San "
I Man when referring to the ingenious 'Francisco, Calif.
a Service improvements they have made In Pvt. Wilson W. May. Btry. C.

their bivouac area somewhere In 4tOth F. A. Bn., .APO, 257, N. Y.,
for. Germany. Co. L Is commandedby N. Y. "
and are looking M Capt. Richard I G. Kldd of Pfc. Clyde W. Strickland APO
: I
,
:
s} ; Starke. 835, care Postmaster, New Or- ,

the right things at the The crowning achievement of leans, La.
+ A the men was converting two large Cpl. Jaa. O. Crlffla, Stud. Det. ,

I German troop transport busses, CR.T.C., F.E.A.F., APO 713-1, ot'ii IIre'onne strew
right prices in nearby field, into an 'I OVKIl TWO "".1.10"
ai found a San Francisco, Calif MI/t.I/1e111a !
orderly room and a recreationalday Pvt. W. H. Griffis. Inf. Co. M M..I>M 1'tIHCHA\letwil
room. The busses are equip- 3rd Pit. APO 21056 San Francisco 01 H "T HK*. Til HUH < ':I IIU A IIK.\O:
ped with plenty of windows and Calif.
VISITHAFKIN'S seats and the men have added Steve Starting Jr., F 2-c N.N. I

tables, a stove and electric lights. M.C. Ward 113, Bethesda, :Md. P. 1 f
i 4t certainly beats trying to writea Cpl. Samuel T. Simpson, Hq. $ ,

$ letter or read a book in a 1056 Engr., P. C. & R., APO 350, '

crowded pup tent, the men say. N. Y., N. Y.
-- Cpl. M. L. Packham Sec. 1, Sta.

SGT. PAUL PRESCOTT Ifogp., Camp Rucker. Ala. STORES ,
AT MIAMI IIEACH Joe C. Ricks, CM 3-c. USS LST :

S. Sg. Paul D. Prescott, ion 1077. FPO. N. Y., N. Y. 1:1:
"The Store All Soldiers Know" of Mrs. Doshla Prescott of Pvt. Ralph E. Starling. Casual i

Brooke, has arrived at a redistribution Bn., Co. C. T.C.F.M.F., Fro San AT BLANDING BUS STATION r q
station in Miami Beach i t ,
GIFT for reassignment processing aftera China-Burma-India theatres. t :
JEWELRY UNIFORMS tour of duty with a medical detachment Hl wife Mrs. Thelma D. Prescott ,;

in the European and lives at Lake Butler. I 4f s

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\ 8TARKB. FLORID FRIDAY, Jt'Nl; : '
BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH. ht

PAGE EIGHT I In which I. tb"
described 2nd
to law the property day
'Cu In whit and decorated In pink. Celebrate Golden bedding Anniversary I such certificate or certificates bidder at will the I OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 2nd day N of June;I lk!
highest
I be sold to the ) A t'h'ng;
Given J
:.adies Auxiliary Lovely Party Four pink candles and -the In* court house door on the first Monday CI..rk of .Ida CaUl"'J' ......
...... .... 1945. County, n
I -- > '; In the month of July ,,,
For Diana Smith scrlptlon "Happy Birthday, Diana'Vtopped ;: 8.a
4 The Ladies Auxiliary of the the cake. Tall burning NOTICEt tt

treabytertan Church will meet at One of the loveliest children's pink tapers In silver holders balanced i

was the central arrangementand Starke. Florida, .
Tuesday : 0 parties of the summer season colored flowers and NOTICE IS HEKEHY GIVEN that purHuant to 'hOIl| ''nR lkStatutes
pastel I
given Tuesday afternoon by Mr. 1841, the following dewirlbed land In Bradford "/'jO'
o'clock. their fern were placed to advantage. I will he offered for sale at public. outcry for the high,i 1 YI I"NI>
at
Smith
a and Mrs. Eldridge Refreshments of lea cream and bid at the {' ", ofttJuly hour of 11 Ovi. ,, i I. ..,
L ontthe 2ned day '
I Klngsley Lake home, honoring a ocloik. T. M lDU. I' MI
favors
nerved and the
their daughter.,:: Diana, on her cake were ('tfo.. Iute of ('ert.. l>otrrlpllonSW See. '1'
for the afternoon were paper doll 271 AUK 2. 19.JT "'.1,
fourth birthday anniversary.The books for the gills color books I 128 July 1, 1IM2AUK. % 01 N'VI4
guests met at 4 o'- 272aio t, 1937 Wt4' of NEW &" VI% I is 2:1:
\'> young for the boys and peppermint SEW of NKW\
.. :! Y ) clock and enjoyed playing games candy sticks. 371 'Sept.l2,11). 4 0 1u4, ofNWII, &: WI>.. II 8 II:,
during the afternoon in the yard 3.11 July 1 1942 of NWW BVVIC .
I ) Outdoor About 35 young people were 313 Sept, j, 1940 <,4, of SEV of Ntb. ; !!ir.., under big oak trees present to enjoy the afternoon 332 July 1. 1842/ & NRW: ot NWT 4 i& yu
swings and other amusements afforded of HlOVi & B13V4: of Blj8WW ';.
much pleasure.For with the little honoree 372 I Sept. 2,. 1940 '" < Is SiS
r' MANUFACTUKKKS OK 331 July 1, 1942/ of 8E'4
: the children 4, 1918 'I,
refreshments, 221 July
...
Methodist Circles Sept. 2, 1940
374
Invited onto the terrace
Concrete Blocks were 375 Sept. II, 1940
; where a large table, covered witha Met MondayMrs. 878 "Sept.' J. 1940/
handsome Italian cut work cloth 834 July 1, 1942 All I Is
R. 1 316 July I; 1942/ SEW of NEW & W% 21:
J.
over a pink background, was Wainwright was 378 Sept'J, 1940 of NEWSRV.
fr' placed. Centering the table was hostess t 0 Circle One of theWomen's v 380 _ept.. 2, 1940 of SEW & WK 89 t:
BUILDINGMATERIALS iced Society of Christian 839 1, 1942 of SEW ., 8S'
cake July
the two-tiered birthday 222 4, 1938/ .!
Service Monday afternoon. The 338 July 1, 1942 NEI.4 ot 8E'4
guests were seated in the, living ,, ,, 382 Sept. 2, 1940 1iS4, .. E'S ot SE'4 oft' 8S t
III YOU KNOW ADOtJTROACHES -- 841 July 1, 1942 ot NW'4 8
: Paints Hoofing room which was decorated with I and Mrs. Gco. F. ScottDr. 381 Sept. 2, 1940/ Ept NE'4 ot NWy1 811 t.
.. Wallboard.* ? gladioli, dahlias and ferns, taste- I air. 342 July 1. 1942 & E'4 ot 8W% 8 88
Hardware > h
273 Aug. 2, 1937 EK of W,4{,, of NE'4' 0'
When you fight" roaches you try fully arranged In bowIe and vases. and Mr. George, F. Scottof ,as assistant professor 01 nlBtory.I 343 July 1, 1942 NE'4 & W'4 oC EIy of .
to get rid of them all not JUKI Soon after the arrival of the Lakeland celebrated their Gol- Mrs. Scott, the former Adelle NEof NEWNWft II 88 e
kill the few that you can hit assisted I musicianand 165 (Sept.; T, 1938 of NE% & N%
the hostess by Is talented .
guests C. Wright a
with spray or dune or that walk den Wedding anniversary Sunday 344 July 1, 1942 of NWVi\ *. NWV4' of
Into a powder by accident. Mr. H. C. Ritch served refreshIng May 27, at an open house where was organist of the Methodist SWI.4 10 83 t:
Coca-Colas and sandwiches.. church In St. Mary's for 10 years. 145 July 1. 1942
K3DKOACII they were surrounded by their Sift Sept. 8, 19:IS SH" of NEW & NWtn
A.NNIS The circle chairman Mrs. W. daughters, grandchildren and She was a teacher Ih'the' schools 274 Aug. I, 1937 of SEW\ 10 88 e:
KILLERIS B. Sewell conducted the business friends. 'were married ""of Camden county, Georgia and 620 Sept. 2, 1915
They
many 3511 July 1. 1912' Lt\>> 4, 21 13
DIFFERENT session Miss Olive Ray acted as 60 years ago at St. Mary's, later in Nassau county, Florida, 3-5 Of 398 Aug. 6, 1929! e:
BUILDING ltoa.'heM eat It because they. like secretary protem, and Mrs. Titus and at the time of her marriagewas 398 Sept. 2,.1940 NEW of NW& & W%
I It. They dry up and dl. Safe Ga. 360 July 1., IOU of NWW\ 22 88 e:
, Olson treasurer, gave a report of member of the high school
; a I A.
..i' to uiie Non-poleonous to man Ordained to the ministry In the J. 'HOMAS
and pets. money collected for pledge local faculty at Chester, Fla. During Clerk of the Circuit Court, Bradford ('""".v', FI",t,
J SUPPLY 15c and 25c pkgs. work and Chinese relief. Mrs. Methodist church in 1896, Dr. the many years of her husband's 6-8 2t 6-16 '(OFFICIAL 8rf't .

at<< L A. Davis collected some important Scott Joined the Methodist con- service, both as teacher and pastor -

data for her Christian Social ference in 1902 and served the I she has been active in Sunday -

-I I Depot & Pleasant Sis.Phone Sistrunk Feed and Relations report. church at Lawtey while holdingthe school and Missionary Society ...

1325Gainesville Seed Co. The devotional service was conducted I I position of superintendent of work

I STARKE. FLORIDA by Mrs. Sewell who usedas schools In Bradford County. In Dr. Scott was born in North

Fla. Mf by "McPbull Product her topic the second chapter 1920 he was appointed to the Branch Mich., and moved to
I I
''v 01'1...... Flu.i of Epheslans. Mrs Ritch presented faculty of Florida Southern Col- Starke In 1884. He and Mrs. EVERYBODY

3 t the program which was the lege, Lakeland and resigned this I Scott have three daughters and ENJOYS EATING

third chapter of "The Word of summer after completing 25 years eight grandchildren.

His Grace". AT

Circle Two man, conducted the business session Corneal whose address \le unknown
Mrs. Annie Lou Godwin and You are required to appear on
and routine business was July 11th. 1945, In the above named.
sister Mrs. W. J entertained The PARK CAFE
Chandler transacted Arrangements were Court and cause, wherein plalntlfsneka
Circle Two at their homeon divorce Bradford OountyTele..raph
In the
made for placing flowers shall this OrderIn .
$ publish
A I f 1 N. Cherry St. Summer flowers church during the,month of June.It next four weekly iHSue '
tastefully arranged In baskets circle Witness. my hand and official .
announced that the
was '
seal at Stark Florida, this 2nd
and vases, were placed to ad- would meet in July with Mrs. day of June A. D 1945 .1.1OFFICIAL
In the and dining J. -Thoma. i
vantage living W. G. Halle and Mrs Shellie Hallas ( SEAIA. Delicious Regular Meals
On arrival the guests As Clerk of said Court.
rooms. hostesses. The closing prayerwas T Frank iindrum, Starke, Florid. .
were refreshed with frulL punch. made by Mrs. W. E. Mld- Atty. for 1'lf. 8-8- O 6-2) Healthful Vegetable Plates
-
,
Mrs. A. Wood opened the meeting
dleton president of the society. i% ciiirt'IT "Ol-It'. mii>foiuTOI I.
with prayer and conductedthe During the social period, the 'Vl'%', FI.OIIIU\I IX CHAM- Short OrdersSandwiches
devotional service using partof c FatY.Albert .
hostesses served Ice cream an
U Holaopple, Plaintiff, va.
,, the third of "The Wordof .
chapter chocolate cake. Ruth Holsopple., Defendant. Case
Ills Grace". Mrs. Wood gavea No. SH34 .

tJ Medical ethics are not something unique very fine talk and also used a i% (nun" toinr. tliC IIFOlt. AND ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR

chart ,to lllus t rat e important t'lll'V'1'k'' F'LOIIllII i:* CHt-: STATK OF FLORIDA to: HuthHolxopple .
r ('..:nv. whose residence. IB *HIra
application points and at the close of her Mack Corneal I, Plaintiff; VB. Mandy Foreman, Box 432; BedfordPennsylvania. .
talk Mrs. I. P. Shepherd offered Corneal efendant fane. No. 3818: FINEST WESTERN
of the Golden Rule. They provide an I OHDUIl\ OF. prRLJl'ATION You are required to appear on STEAKS[
prayer.
ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR July Oth. 1945, In the above named
+" honest answer to the question "What is Mrs. A. F. Sauls, circle chair- STATE: OF FLORIDA to: Mandy Court seeks. and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein plaintiff County IN TOWN i-,

----------
Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
best for the patient?" As one physician put next four weekly Issues. .
IIAROLD C. WALL JOS. K. WILSON Witness my hand and offlcla

it, "I do for my; patients what I would do for a memo 6th seal, at 1H5.! Htarke, Florida, thin June Jerry Chrl todouloii ..John Tlliakos
(OFFICIAL, SEAM A. J. Thomas,
EVERY BRANCH OF As Clerk of said Court Alex Kovlourii
: ber of my own family. T Flank andium, Starke, Florida" ,
'Ally, for Plf.. 64t> 6-29
As adhere to the'same code. The ----
I pharmacists we I INS U RAN C E NOTICE OPI.K OF MINOH'S .

t quality of our medicines and service is the bet it is NOTICE T3 HEIIKBY LAN 1)a GIVEN TO

WHOM IT MAY CONCERN that we
to give. You the patient are our first concern.CARPENTER'S. H.C.WALL will, on the 8th day of July, 1946,
possible ,
sell, for the highest and best bid BRADFORDENGINEERING
for cash, all the Interest of the following -
1 named minors In and to the
AGENCY lands herein after described, to-
wIt: Interest of J. M. l Starling! Jr.,
1f1t'I I,eon Starling. Tjarfee Starling Belma -
Starling, William II. Shaw Jr.!
Constant Service Over 50 Years !"r Clara Alva Thomas Kveiyn: Starling Shaw, the and heirs Debie of CO.

Thomas. Shaw, respectively In and
Your Rexall_ Store to the following lands, to-wit:
Please Phone 116CLASSIFIED Commencing at RW corner of

"On The Minit Service" S and vii run of East NWU 46 of yards Sep. ,28-7-20E thencerun J. MAURICE EDWARDS, Mgr.

North 106 yards, thence run
r
: $ PIIONE 61 STARKE, FLA. West 48 yards, thence run South

---------- 106 yards to point of beginning, PHONE 94
rt fIIII99ID0lID6tpftOC1 41011a' containing one sore In 21-7-20
1 East: also, all NWVi of 8WM of
ADS Sec. 31, Twp. 7 a' R 20 East, lying
and being Kant of Waldo-Lake
FOR SALE fuller Public Road as of January t
$. FOR SALE-Duncan Phyf. daven. WANTED 26th, 1926, and containing! c
TO UENT-For durationof .
; port prewar construction, used war, house on' Klntrsley Lake 6 acres Helathln, more or Starling less. and We Can Furnish You With All Sizes
only six month $150 cash. Also, with modern conveniences, Write
BY TilE OWNER
( ) Aladdin lamp and gasoline Iron. Box 733. 1-8 StppTKNOUKAPHBK As W. H. Shaw Concrete Building Blocks Gravel Sand
C V. Inglerlght Keystone Htn., Guardians of the 'above named

Fla. I-I atp /' .: ,; wanted-Knowledge minor. I4t 6-29 Mortar Mix and Cement
Residential & Business Lots of ._
bookkeeping essential.W.
t Ma.n- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
b .k't HAVE things: IT are FIXED breaking! up around little T. Clute, Realtor It TAX DEED .
the house these day that (lions. DIll No. 1W13) ALSO
you
FOR RENT -v e-room house 1 H, NOTICE. IS' HEREBY GIVEN .
With Water and would replace If you could Bet
Light
them. This 1 la but miles from town en Road 48. All that Henry Bryant the holder of
maybe; I ran fix I mfta.I? Ask for modern conveniences. Unfurnished the following certificate has filed READY MIXED CONCRETE
I'- Sewage Connections Frank at Tele.raphOfflc.. tf Apply Dlnkln's. Service Sta'tlon. laid certificate for a tax deed to ,
it b.l Issued thereon. The certificate DELIVERED TO YOUR JOB
number and year of Issuance, the
IN .Jna' kOUlt FARM CI1Y AND FOR HAL.K-t and S-burner oil description of the property, and
stoves with ovens; also dinette the name In which It was assessed '
.
BUSINESS PROPERTY tables.-Apply lOll Irftfayette. St. I are as follows 'ift/

SCOTT SUBDIVISION UpWANTED luance Certificate 1942.Description. No, 285. Year of 'I.- WE CAN INSTALL ALL TYPES

t of Property S R A of HARD TILE AND ASPHALT TILE.
E% of SWH of SEVi Sec. 6 Twp.

1 See F. A. Scott 605 Temple AvenueFOR Jf STROUT SELLS 68TATkl; IIKAL 7 8 Name, R. 22 In E.which, Containing assessed I :Acre.Un Let Us Give You An Estimate -

1 ' 0Y P. O. Box 294 Phone 54 try Iremteat" pro.
i rt.OOO aalM ot ......-F....._ the) County of Bradford. State of
mmetalmaiolo tuarolmatalaun > World.*"..........Bayer.. .p..ll.tl from.g.all ever Ike 1 or year sonner or,more by ,retired starting serviceman An"*. Florida.Unless.. such certificate! or certi Let Us Build Your Post 'War Home
and wife House
,
not morethan ficates shall be redeemed
E. A. STROUT REALTY AGENCY four rooms, with at least according
,lip y two acre. land for irarden and
0 IleprenentfKl Locally Hy chickens, within walking distance """ """ l
Yfv! t h,. of stores. Furnished or un- s Baaaaa Baaa SB elBss saaa1eaaaaa saaaas aaaaBsaaass5s BB a Baa a Bea sa
F. IX IIOLJLINGSUORTII furnished. State prices, full details -
SALE 116 So. Walnut St. first letter. ,

\., 1+V t )t tr i JAMES B. MILLER J. P. Roberts Motors

FOR 8AI.EJ-One International and 830 E. 238 St. ;
one Chevrolet plok-up truck. Inquire -
at Starke Ice Co. tl Bronx 66, New York i i1 iI

I'.or,. '" -1 1jffjj-jjr f r r.1 600 TEMPLE
FOR SAt.E-Concrete block apartment AVE. STARKE FLA.
'w, : house 1 apartments.. Income FOR SALE Cottage on lake, beau. ,
$205 per month. Cheap for tlful location! electric lights, running
cash. Phone (.. tf
water. 3 room., hath and

Very Attractive Home SPENCER SUPPORTS Individually furnished large screened 6 acres parch: of, completely land suitable COMPLETE! LINE OFVireson
designed Mrs. Bertha Pearce, IDS for citrus. House well built
West Madison: St. 7.3 -4tp for permanent home, good fire
place. $2,500 cash C. V. Ingle
MATTRESSES of all kInd. renovated right Keystone Heights Fla.
] Excellent Location. : furniture upholstered and 1.1 :Jtp
reflnlshed Drop UK a card. I
HASTINGS MATTRESS CO., :KOK WANTED-Her vice station attendant -
230. Palatlcm. Fla tf for night work. Oulf Oil '
Corp. Madison and Walnut Ste.II .
Price $6,000 Half Cash XtpLoar

30 ROOMS -One black mal. hog with
'i' little white on all 4 feet and
j ALL FURNISHED hair on back lands straight up.
marked. If seen by anyone TIRES ACCESSORIES AND
please notify Edward Norman. OTHER MERCHANDISE

BOOK A ROOM AHEAD Oraham and receive reward. Itp
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FOR YOUR WIFE FOR "BALE' -Rabbits, two does anda

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