Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: June 15, 1945
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04919
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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i ide.Seeking Nips Find Men of Company II ; i iI

Willing{{ to Oblige .. Anderson Describes I .

Camp Blanding
"Attack That Made Good Japs of Bad Japs
: '' / 1 :30 I). M.-Band Concert-182nd and 273rd Army Ground Forces Hands. I

The Philippines, aide of the road, proving how r' '

May, IMS fiercely our troops were pushing, 2:00 P. 1\I.-Salute to "The Infantry"-Massed Rinds.

lived un- the Nips.

,ay vou've travellcd.never and I ay When we PSlllk"l through a r 3:00 P. M.-Infantry Paratroop Demonstration-The Parachute School "'t. Denning, Ga. i
\u'Ye until youl5.y32f.SW mouajtaln range, where the road
travelled 1 '
wound around with perpendicular e 3:45 I', 1\1.-Uattle Demonstration-Infantry Replacement Training Center Battle Course 1

precipices towering above us and 212th Infantry Training Battalion.

left Mor on one side and sheer drop for $ Ai '
at t month since the Molucca we and hundred of feet on the other, d,,, 4:00 I). M. Welcome to guests--Maj. General E. W. Fates, Commanding General, IRTC.
land to the we encountered remains ofenemy
came Phlllppln up e e we road blocks: huge trees Rr' 4:03 P. M.-Address--"The InCantry'-lIon. Claude E. Pepper, United States Senator. ..

have seen many chopped down across the way, ,, gs, r " ,-' 4:15 P. M.-Regimental Parade-190th, 193rd, 195th, 199th, 307th and 214th Infantry
places, lots of pill boxes and gun emplacemint '" Training Battalions
't people, and quite at curves, and great piles i ?
a few "good" of rock blasted: arrows the road, 'x Bus tours to selected ranges and training areas- continuous from 1:00 I'. M. to 2:30 I). M.

Japs. A* any Infantryman an of which was cleared awayquickly tr' Loading point opposite flagpole. '
will by our hart
tell a goesI' engineers who advance working at the Display of Infantry weapons! and equipment on the Parade Grounds, continuously from I
lap is ALWAYSa Infantry's heel. '" 1:30 I 1'. 1\1. to 5:30 I' 1\1.

dead Jap.Broadly .
our All that first day we travelledbut.

.. 31 miles and we spent the .
plxle night beside a river that was good

mlHNlon push north la upI to swimming tection. Next as well day as found'partial us pro- I
Mindanaoand FORD: COUNTY
I liheaybivecling backip over right-of-way that was TELEG R ;

Honth, rolling fairly level: indeed, It was an almost i "
to the
: before un', straight shot up the valley

another division. pushes of the island's longest river.. Here t

\to effect a Junction with the going had been tougher on the Official County Publication Established' In 1877VOLUMK ;
hUll KM" th"t Jap army fighters, and by-passed Imperial

middle the old squeeze. troops constituted a serious sniper, SIXTY-SEVEN STAltKJS. FIXIUDAKJtlIUAY., JUNG Iii, 11)45) NUMliKK:; TUIHTY-FOIJK \h 1 1 ,
When the two plnchert. threat. One soldier in our MP .
( the bad Japs will,be acatI Platoon was shot through the left 1: ] 'I

I and I tanoo Incapable, 'o( organlzHcavenglng forvery Iso ear a sniper. Others were not All Soldier Revue At USO June 22 I What You'll See At Camp Today Crowds Expected ; i

exfotence In the rug- i
Occasionally we panned "goal"Japs

1fII1Dtaln enl by.Interior vengeful constant-Flllliruerrlllas. -" had time the necessarily Quartermaster yet to bury have, antl.youdidn't had to'see not Will Spur 7th War Loan Sales Here To Throng Camp

n i the drive began our Dixie the bodies to know ,
were 1
irters (our outfit. Head- there. What a stench' The Setting the pace for the final two weeks of the Mighty7th "' bid dz 1' ; .s,, ;; For Infantry Day ,to

|r a Special Troops,. at ya with rest of us had had some experience War Loan Drive, Camp Blanding will parade its top

n Headquarters! !"wg* elt-- along these lines, but our talent here Friday night, June 22, in star-studded stage

adjacent to a Jap destroyed boy Sosimo had not; lie turned show before a guaranteed patriotic audience-those who Hundreds of Bradford Countlana

!town located on,? the a little pale under his brown andclutched have purchased at ]least a $25 War Bond in the current will Join the motorcade to Camp
| bank of a river; qur In- tighter the carbine with drive. .' yr Blanding this afternoon where ,
In contact with with thousands of Klorldlans and
was Jap- which we had armed him. Presenting a full hour and a half's entertainment, the :
| forces on the other side. visitors from other states they
troops steadily drove the Occasionally we had to detour G. I. production "Eyes Front" will fill the stage at the USO will enjoy a spectacular Infantry

northward Filipino vll- around a white-flagged stake witha building with fun and frolic starting at 8:30: o'clock next Day program staged by the largest ,

began drifting back to their crudely penciled sign: "dud" or Friday night. Junius M. Smith, county War Bond chairman, 1HTC !n the nation. i I '

homes. We hli'ed a strong,, I "unexploded bomb." states that Starke is honored in being the smallest community ? f,' ,Spormoieit by the Rotary Club ,

ant young Filipino, Soalmo We passed through the open in which I "Eyes and the Staiko Chamber of Com

s our "house boy" ("teat wood where the Japs made their Front" has been presented. It merce, the motorcade will start

would be more appropriate) most determined stand, holdingup has previously been shown to Confessed! Killer forming in front of the Woman'a '

peso.> fifty cents, a day and the advance for three days until :apacity audiences in Ocala,, Club building at 12:30:: o'clock and "

: we keep him in food,, our artillery was brought to and Jacksonville will leave in limn to 'reach Stew- ,
Uainesville:: ,,,
;f, cigarettes, and good bear and shelled them out of form It is evident, that added r May Face Jury 4 i a ,a.m r a'' 'Y 1 J art Field parade ground for the I

Soslmo does our laundry,, idable positions. Our infantry if Bradford ae opening event at 1:30: p. m. AH
swears by the Dixie I I artillery, impetus is needed err of Bradford
| our beds, cleans our rifles,, residents County are i
Dies runs erranfts, and "Those boys can hit a dime at County is to reach its $307- Invited to Join the motorcade l

us In packing, ipacking I fifteen thousand yards," they will )00.00 goal before the dead- In This CountyBased It was announced yesterday that : ,I

letting up our office 'after tell you. The artillerymen must Jne, June 30. Sales at the U,
Even the privates' have I bo that good for we could see bank and post office through be a guest speaker and will be '

"S" but the 'privates still where 105s made1 direct hits on Wednesday totalled $195,630.75 upon the statement of a yyy,, r heard at 4 o'clock In'a brief tribute ,

serve,{{;:.' P.fc dig:, latrines Individual dugouts and holes. The 64 percent of the overall quota. confessed murderer: who says he t P t to the Infantry, ,
*. rge pits game aa always once smooth ground was pock. Only two weeks remain in! whichto was passing through rhea,county- > A y 4C it AlD} inr4thWftfcti&r' ..rogranT ""I.. t
marked as though 10,000' hags sell more than $lOOooo'wprtb. at the time he decided to shoot f'! '''i'tl'
i of all this Sosimo-speaks, : beglna with a ban had rooted there, trees were strip of bonds. an elderly milllonnalrc, Bradford
hml writes English, Visayan 1:30: p. m., those who jarrlve early !
|ialog\ Maybe I'can teach ped of all foliage tan d smaller The total amount of E bonds County seems slated to become will\ bu takon on bUll tour to oIpgted J, 'j
Is job and persuade theto limbs, some trees were shell( hit so sold to date is, $110,393.75.: only the scene of a well-publicized murder ranges and training areas, I "" '

pend me home! Soslmo'a often: that they: had fallen, while : 44 'percent of the assigned quotaof trial. yy starting at 1 o'clock. ;,

It 6rt lives!!! In Davao and he others exhibited gaping ;'"holes. The 26400000. Charles Allen, a young discharged ? w Of eHpeclal Interest to Starke'I t ; 'I

miented to make his home terralne was littered :with fox Chairman Smith is calling on all; sailor, told St. Johns County Ilea la the fact that Lt. Col. i I ''

9 i and, go where we go hop- holes, shell craters, helmets, shoes, local fraternal and civic groups to officials that he killed Charles Henry! L. Gray of Gainesville,

Jit someday we may go to empty ration cans and boxes ex cooperate in seeing that the theatre Montgomery, Grove City, Pa, Staff Judge Advocate. for the f

pended ammunition, and tattered la filled to capacity next lumberman, while the two were Pictured above are ammo typical Berne of doughboy. life IRTC, will head the reception ,

. bits of clothing that covered what Friday night i The American driving through Bradford County which will Im on dNplay for visitors when the gates of Cwmplganding committee. Col. Gray has many .
e the once was a man. has< pledged wholehearted and pointed out the scene of the friends here, having been a real-
day when Legion ,
recently our are thrown open to the general public on Infantry Day. : ,
r of the event and will crime as a spot on Road 28 near dent of Starke at one time. He '' I I
ymen (there's support .
nothing aff Top photo shown a formal parade and the low -r scene picture I
the Infantry-except thee Still later that morning we assist Mr. Smith In making it the the overpass between here and recently returned from overseas I
In the sand under burlx wire while
| ) were nearly 60 miles came to a point where the "highway" most successful bond rally held Keystone Heights. The body was Infantrymen crawling duty where he was Judge Advocate 1

> line from'us, and the cut through the east edge here to date.Comedy found several days later under abridge machine-gun bullet.. whistle overhead on the famous Infiltration for Lt. Gen. Mark Clark's f, ,
so near St. Course Full hospitality of the pout will be offered to the public }!
1 says "Boys, we will of an airfield-we were clone to stars of "Eyea Front"are 5th Army in Italy. "
m. them." go up the point of contact now-and the team of Billle Norman and It is said that Allen was hitch on June 15. Highlight of the Afternoon will i'I I

< of us Journeyed together we came abreast a sight on Eddie Thomas, whose tomfoolery hiking to Florida and waa pickedup be a paratroop demonstration r

i "C-'n-R" (Command and the left ,that caused us to stop was popular on New York's 82nd by the wealthy lumbermannear Prowlers Enter Final Clinic of staged by men from Fort Banning 'I'

l\l sance) car dragging our and look around. Here, earlier Street in pre-d r aft days. Pvt. Atlanta, Ga. The ex-sailor at 3 p. m. Immediately following .

behInd us, said trailer con- In the morning, an estimated Jimmy, Lewis of Montreal's Chez was arrested at West Palm Beach Several Places Summer RoundUpTo wW be a Battle Demon. i /
our office and 120 by-passed: Japs made an all- Maurice Club doubles aa master a week after the body was found stratton by men of the IRTC, i ; :
personal Be Held June 22
'nt With me were out banzai (suicide) attack on of ceremonies and aa Uncle Sam and confessed to committing the Prowlers cut the screen on a simulating actual combat conditions. 1 i I

l 9 Poole (Trenton, N.Capt.J.) elements of Company II, 121th In a "Liberty Bond" scene. crime last April 21. back window and entered the The cllnicn of the summer Other features will be a : '
lljutant and Infantry, which was dog In to band, tap dancers In session last week a St. Johns building Regimental Parade mod< display of i
personnel of- AGI awing Starke Dry Cleaners round-up sponsored by the Starke I'
*ur protect that segment of the captured accordion stars, County grand jury stated: "Underthe Infantry weapons and equipment
duty NCO( Sgt Richard harmonicas and circumstances the Wednesday night. Nothing of Parent-Teacher Association at the
Jurisdiction Through arrangements with Col.E. .
(Columbia S. C.), Cpl. airport. I' hillbillies and a former Benny of St. Johns County over the of value was taken, though piles of Bradford County Health Department C. nose, camp commander, the ,;;!
Muddard (Corinth, Miss.) The Nips attacked the company Goodman soloist, Pvt. Tommy on Church St. will be completed '
fense la questionable. (we) about the will be to '
scattered Blanding gates open
vet, and Soef mo. with the usual assortment of Taylor, are other stars who will clothing were on June 22. At that. time
i recommend that the case be and will ,
"map dewcilbed the road yells, whistles, grenades and rifles, : be seen. transferred to Bradford County floor They also broke into a an attempt will have been made be everyone required today of civilians.\ no passes The program I .
\\-1 a n e, all-weather. 3. Sgt. Walter L. Wallace (Cross- I small room back of Lovett'a grocery to see that every child who will
where the venue can be laid without [ has boon prepared under the
aY"' Poor misguided en- villa Ala.) told me, "and they Skit where boxes, etc. are stacked enter the first grade at the Starke
Comedy question. direction of Maj. Gen. B. W. Kales, :
"rl! Tttlco during the first tried to take our position with but nothing was taken there. white school ,this fall has had a
officials '
Bradford County court IRTC commander, and Lt. Col. !
'rodelaI'll i< :' But the reckoned To Be PresentedAt tire and Wheel, and a
was able to shift the bayonet. Japs information this week I A spare complete check-up.
had no as E. K. Anderson of the 64th 1TH.4H '
lib (roar for a few mlnut e. without the resourcefulness USO Sunday ,to whether a special term of court '' 3 1.2 H. -P. outboard motor, with One clinic wan held on June 14 i

tratty Japs l had blown and courage of our outnumbered would be called or the trial wouldbe several rods and reels and a box for children who live in Starko l :

bridge( and our engineers doughboys. S. Sgt. Wallace and "The Old Lady", a hilarious postponed until the next regular of fishing tackle was taken from proper. The one on June 22 beginning Club Boys l'

'"' yet hod time to repair his squad, and Sgt. Clarence Con- skit presented by Eunice Wilson term In November. Eddie Hartmann's car, which was at 10 a. m la for those At Camp This Week t ; ;

*> we cither ferried a00 .- olly (Oxford, Ala.) with a squad and members of the Missionary parked, locked, In front of his living outside of Stark and others \ 1'

beeves" moved over opened up with a pair of .30 caliber Society of the Christian Church home on Madison St. City Policeman I who were not able to attend the The following boys from Bradford \\1' "i

> or crept on rickety log water-cooled machine guns, of Starke, will be a special featureon Funeral WednesdayFor Ebb Thornton is Investigating first clinic. I County are attending ,4-Fi I, i/ I'

N, that were strictly tem-, while another soldier, with complete Sunday afternoon's schedule ..f E. J. Roberts, the entries. I This summer round-up provide Club Camp McQuarrl this week. ;1'f,

However, our Infantry disregard tor his own. life, activities at the USO Club. The Lumberman an opportunity for a free physical I They left Starke at 1:00: p. m. J i'

Ue l a Remafren" at the climbed a tree with 'his Browning skit will be presented at 3:30: o' Retired Dance RevueSuccessful examination for every preschool Monday and wUl return about '. ;" 1<
Ik'ro'is the automatic Tine' ,. and the rest of and will be Dr Abrams noon Saturday, June 16:
largest river clock In the lounge Enoch Jefferson Roberta, 88, child, by Irving pedIatrician I
Path by Nurprlxlng the the outfit made hay with rifles followed by the regular Punch retired lumberman and naval formerly associated with Joe Warren, Gerald Warren, '

fore they could blow, or I and grenade The Japs never and Cookie Hour at 4 o'clock, for stores operator and prominent Blossom Dance Revue Dr. Bundflen of Chicago.Immunizations Lavon Crosby, Albert lean, Ar- 'I 1 ;
tile span\ American position; will be May McRae, I hma. l Hayes, Kenneth
one of reached the same group can be had at ley
our sllCpany I which the resident of Lawtey since 1912, held last Friday night at the
r trucks fell through they were butchered instead. After hostesses. Members of the supporting died Monday at the home of his Park Theatre for the benefit of the clinic or by the family phy- Nor man, Harry Green Bill ;
hrtdge, : hours the remnants of the Include Mrs. 'Alice Corrections of Starling, Reed Lewis, Junior
caulllnjt a rifle to two: cast son, Dr. Earl H Roberts, at Jacksonville the Woman' Club was a great sician. course, are '
're and( the bu" 't went Nips, who had dug in a few feet Kite, Mrs. Clyde Colson Mrs. W. Beach. He had been success and the committee in made by the family phynlclan. Starling, Gene Watson, Hllra ,

i the buttocks of a eerdlnJr from' our position, withdrew and L. Andrews, and Mrs. J. H. Den visiting there tor the past three charge of arrangements wishes to The summer round-up en Watson, Ray O r 1 f fls. Douglua
the Griffin, Glenn Conner, Doyle Conner !
strewn over the Bradford
'. on the vehicle. good Japs were mark. months. thank W. N. Carnasion for his dorsed by County '
"II lilt banzai cost H Illffe. pastorof Public Instruction Vernon Crosby, Truman DlckUon -
down on the job bloody acre. The Reverend W. W. Affectionately known to friends cooperation and all other persona Board of i
shllPl! Company two men who were in a'ox the Presbyterian Church wUl time to The committee for the Starke Rodney Hall, Ernest Wei la, .
as "Uncle Jeff", Mr. Roberts was who contributed their
[e road and on either aide hole !In the path of the attack give the vesper talk, vespers to a native of Monlac, Ga., and was make this event a success. Parent-Teacher's AaHOclatkm la as Jamca Phillips. Bobby White- I
nerous 15 the to be precededby follows Miss Middleton, head, Raymond Her aey, Alvin \\4'
Wnkllng of shell ; after killing Japs begin at 4:30: and an active member of the Primitive Several local boys and girls appeared ; Madge
d bomb craters created by pair exhausted their ammunitionand a song feat at 4 o'clock around Baptist Church. in the revue and the dif Mra. Eva Haroutunlan, Mra. W. Lewia, JlmmU Lee, John Brady ,I 'r f
Cl'aft and back to the rest J. Epperson, Jr., Mra. Hogan Clark Carl Carter. Jlmmle Carter
by tried to duck
our own and the piano.Members He Is survived by five anna, L. ferent dances and coutumes were
1Ilery. )Everv native home of the unit They hadn't taken of the Girls' Service B. Roberts St. George, Ga.; Zack very effective. Smith, Mrs. \V. B, Sewell and Mrs. : Bule Crosby, iturklee! Raul- ( .
rocked shot completedthe W. R. Morse, Chairman. rron. I
SL. burned; rotting five steps before the Jape Organization; who have Roberta Hastings; John Roberts,
(the Philippine them down. The six dozen Japs five required sessions of trainIng W. It will be Interesting and !In- "We are very glad to have
beast Jacksonville George
of South ;
1 lay beside the WftyAt were some eight as we walked will rereive special recognition 'I Roberts, Lawtey, and Dr. Karl H. Scholarship Open, iplrlng to watch these children these boys attend camp this year, i ,
iced, hungry and looked them the next meeting of the 12th who have had the advantage of for' we feet that they have earned "
forlorn FUl around the scene at Roberta, Jacksonville Beach; four Exam July
turning lifted having corrections made before the privilege, since they are enrolled
had apparently
to their over. One Mrs Mamie Oliver,
homes non- his group. USO Joins daughters start the flrat of their twelve in the Food for Freedom
were frequent a- his hand above the parapet of The staff of the Baldwin; Mrs. Effie Miner Law There la one boy's scholarship they :, t 1
n: road, but &II we ,hallow hole to throw a grenade; Friday In the celebration of Infantry Mra.. Pauline Torode and Mrs (for a prospective teacher) now. years of public schooling. Parents production program and are doing "
the POint of ap- S. Sgt. Wallace' machine gun was Day, driving out with the tey W.; Andrews, Starke. available In Bradford County are urged to bring ,their children their bit In winning the war, ,
dwindled to none A, on the alert and shot off the ''hand motorcade. The Club will be open J. The body was carried to St. A competitive examination will and give them this advantage. County Agent L. T, Dyer stated. :' ;
j jaye
tI;UB amount of wrecked before It could release the grenade for! business at 6.30: o'clock. wh ere funeral service be held at the P. K. Yonge School, Those wishing to write to the !
ulpmen! such and both hand and grenade George the Boone CreeYCemetery University of Florida, Gainesville Moat Starke buslneaa trouserwill while at camp, addrca letters : i
as truckS', War Bond today were held at close this afternoon ao em cia| 4-H Club Camp, Astor .
the the
Uluuunitlon, fell back Into the hole with Buy at 10 o'clock Wdnes- at 9 a. m. July 12, for pur-
clothing and reach
spa..i and even artillery enemy, blowing him to shreds and help Bradford Loan quota.County day morning. pose of filling this vacancy. ployes may attend Infantry Day. Park Fla. :, 9
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NOTICB OK eAI.IS 01* JttI OR'. containing, all one NWVi acre of In SW 13-7-20% of ORDBK AND NOTICE OP Pl'Rl.J'T"*
Kant; p!
NOTTCR IS HEnKIlT and bringKant of Waldo-Lake Jessie l Mayo, shoe .
WHOM IT MAY CONCKUV that we littler Public .. of January residence I. unknown tdJrestUll'' 1
1871 t will on the 8th day of July 1945, 26th 1926, ands containing; You are required .
:.' EMtabUKh4' yP' y wQ sell, for the hiffhvRt and beet bid 6 acres, more or h'M" Julv 2nd, 1945, in th. 1.,,,:l|""oer
the fol-
E. I. Matthew _- Editor and Owner for each, all the Interest In and to the n..lathln starling and Court and cause wh"( , nit
minor. "'
lowingnamed seeks divorce .
to- W. II Shaw, and "luini
lends herein after described maiden name *' "
InterfHt of J. M Hlnilmir/ Jr., AN Guardians of the above namedmlnora Ilium,' ,I n
wit o
Telegraph "
and Entered a.. Ktx-oiiil CkiMH dintletjj' .. .,' Selma 6-8 4t 6-2i shall pul, I, ': "?I
t + 4 Published<< Wa kly on Fridays" T Leon Sterling 1..1'( <- l Starling In next four weekly .i 'Or,
Shaw Jr.Clara i I"
r' at the Post Office at StarUe, Hot-Ida. Q StarlingWilliam Uvulyn, thaw' II the heirs nil IN iitrtir coiiir. 1111 ti>pom> Witness*, my Florida hand .1',,","i ;\' .' .
Alva Thomas Starlingunil. / UebieThomas vot'l''-. Pl.OIIIDll I\ tlltV- Il9458t'k , !
Hlmw, respectively In and .
(1:11 ( SEAM/
J.LHARRELL : to the following land, towltrnmmennlnir Plaintiff 'I I A.. Clerk of \ I I I'"
PROUD be Orannon Mayo said It
STAIiKE IS to Court
,11y 'We Should Join o at HW corner of T.
Why VH William' Jennie Mayo, Detendant {' lion Frank Lantr, 1,
23-7-20K3 '
' the home of Camp Blan- AND THE LAWTEY NEWS SWIG of N W'4 of Sec. thencerun I faiu No 3805. 'la. Atty for rif '' ,
In Paying Homage and run Kant 46 yards . I i'i'
ding and proud of the fact North 108 yards. thence run
To The Infantryman that have as neighbor It we don't have compulsory well and now teaching in Lake- Went 48 yard. thence run. South
we .
Re- military training for our young: land, and busy as a bee In a tar .106 yar 1; the largest Infantry Pulpwood
men of tomorrow and Camp Blan- bucket, of course. 44Can
placement Center in the country.As ding isn't made a permanent Rev. G. E.
CUtshaw and familyare
in all wars since the beginning of time, the training camp, it won't be Uncle off oa vacation for three I Buy War\ Bonds WRITE TIMBER Dia"T,

that it is . the vital Joe's fault, for he has pulled both
1 Infantry has once more proved weeks and will visit friends and Container Corp'n.'of America, Fernandina
branch; the biggest branch, the fightingest branch of ears until they are sore. Seems relatives In Greenville, Tenn. The -TODA .
to it'd be better to
me give 'ema
Rev Mr
them all". Cooper U to supply dur- -

Infantrymen will receive the tribute of the Army finish year high of training school right than after four they or ing the paator'a absence.

1rt at special Infantry Day observances at Camp landing I five years of pure, unadulterated While the Cutahaws are away -I I I Ir
the '
Baptist ladles to ..
are going
planning .
today, June 15, and Bradford Countians are pergatory after they get married
use a little paint, and
powder lip
to turn out in full force to pay homage to their distinguished and settled down to raising a paa- stick the
w I'' neighbors. They know that out of the mud eel of younguns. I aee where on parsonage and (may- r
be do
; ) a little patching. Won'tthe :: 4f
and the blood of the embattled some of our horn-rimmed college
of beleaguered Europe Reverent n _u_ be__ aurnrl.ct, ? .
American Infantryman is emerging as a professors are opposing the com- ---r------
Pacific the
It's getting awful dry In these
white-knight-like liberator, a messenger of death, but pulsory military program, so may-
parts and farm are suffering -
"' be I just ain't high enough up in
also a harbinger of peace. the brain trust to grasp the logicof for the want of rain. No rain
... this deadly monstrous Infantry in the summer, no 'taters in the
as What i is this Infantry, their a r g umenU. Oh well,
... this Queen of Battles? guess I'd better stick to my news fall, and no nothing In the win-
i "' To really understand it, to get next to its heart- reporting Instead of trying to tell ter. SOS Mr. Weatherman, or
'j, IHTC in the na- how to does the OPA control the weather,
largest Congress the
; ; beat, just visit Camp Blanding, tun country.
: tion, where bank president's sons, butchers, mechanics Mr. and Mrs. John B. Dye and too? : :

t;. and college students are placed in the commbn melting Miss Arthurlne Blanchard of Jacksonville .Wash Davis from out Hellbronn I' e __ i1
. r%
were visiting Mr. and way and Llah Grlffls from Ever-
ii pot of an Infantry training unit and merge as t ; r'8 _
n i of the best fighting outfit in the world. Mrs. A. M. Blanchard last week. green were in town one day last w I e I
11 Fred Dye, A.M.'s size and grandson week, trying to buy, beg, or bor- '
j The layman associates! the Infantryman with a Is doing his part to slap a row a pipeful of Prince Albert. 4i\\ I b
Most people have no idea of the large j
f. rifle or grenade. Jap. Happy slapping, Fred. Uncle Joe Is too ignorant to
number of weapons a real Infantryman knows and can Mr. and Mrs. George E. Utaey appreciate classical singing. lie

use. and little daughter of Jacksonville can't tell whether the lady who's fr ',

Once he arrives at Camp Blanding's IRTC, a were visitors here last week. Mr. performing has lost her diamond s' '

trainee is assigned to a training Company. It might bea Utsey stepped up two notches in engagement ring or la just havinga
heavy or specialist unit. our estimation when we met Ma tooth pulled. However, he takes
rifle or weapons
company wife and little daughter. Come Fj
great pleasure In
receive training in much the announcing that
The trainees in any outfit their cal- again, Mr. Utaey, and bring your little Miss Barbara Moore, our
is in
The difference
same type of weapons. folks along. i baptist Sunday School
'. 'i ibre. Some of the specialist branches include radio, organist Is
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Shuford's with us again after a four-weeks'
sNt +a i pioneer, communications, chauffeur, intelligence, cooks, sons are not to be sneezed at. visit with her grandparents, Rev.

mechanics. Phil's at Great Lakes, 111., Dave'sin and Mrs. E, D Boyer of Tampa.

Infantryman: march. And Infantrymen carry as China, Sidney's In India and Don't leave us again, Barbara, we

much as 90 pounds of equipment strapped on their Joe's In Germany-all doing their need you In our Sunday School. j

t backs. Hut veteran Infantrymen are able to handle, part to help Uncle I Sam bring Regarding the 7th War Bond

among other weapons: an M-l rifle, a 1903 rifle a car- home the bacon. sales drive, It should not be considered

bine, such rapid-fire weapons as the Browning Automatic Mrs. Callie West and son, Harold irreverent or sacrilegiousto

+''e Machine Gun, the light machine gun, the .30-calibre spent Callie's two weeks' va paraphrase an old hymn and

;' lF machine gun, the .50-calibre machine gun, 60 and 81- cation at Ovette, Mlle, visiting say: "Softly and tenderly our

w MM mortars, 37 and 57-MM anti-tank guns, the ba friends and relatives. from loved the ones are calling; calling the 7th.

+' zooka, the hand and anti-tank grenades rifle grenades, Merchant H. C. Kelly was! off ponlVby! graveyards do you across linger and the mighty .
vacation last
on week
75 and 105-MM\ cannon, bangalore expectingIf I
the flame thrower, the OPA don't shake him down why do you tarry? Go buy an-

) torpedoes and the bayonet. __In-- Iflnlf..-._ hla..._ brother, u T/ .Vn... ., .In.. other War Bond! Come, slacker. .. . .

IIvTC, with carefully-planned training methods Tallahassee and his uncle in Pen come. Come, slacker, come.' R. ItS two mg war Loans in !
,,4'A ' teaches new soldiers the art of firing most of these sacola. Here's hoping there'll be I. P. ? How can they-unless we one

weapons in the space of a few short months. But the no SOS with a "Come PDQ" postscript do.

trainees learn more than that Ilermle. CHUKCH ANNOUNCEMENTS:
knows how to lay H. C. Crews, J, Ii. Bradley and Methodist
a A Blandinj-trained Infantryman : Rev. Mr. Hickman, _
JLou have
seen pictures of American soldiers
Page were in Gainesvilleone falling wearily
I mines and booby traps and how to dig them up, even pastor Sunday School 10 a. m. rl
if they are enemy mines and traps. lIe can blow up day last week transacting Church services 11 a, m. and 8:15p. : into foxholes, too tired to even dodge the shells raining all MloHTY
;} } bridges and railroad tracks and trees: with TNT. busineaa Sgt. James Everett Loadholtz. m. Other services as announced around them. Did it make you fighting mad? J y

Much of his training is in Scouting and Patroling after 32 months overseas with the hour.from the pulpit at the morning You have seen pictures of American bombers hit by enemy

'1 and by the.time he is through he can compute a compass 2nd Armored Division of the 9th Baptist. Rev. Mr. Cooper will fire, plummeting downward into enemy, territory. Did it make /

,' '1(, azimuth on the blackest 'night without showing a Army known as (Hell on Wheels), supply for the pastor In his ab you fighting/mad? '

y light; he can sneak past an enemy position without attracting la back at Fort McPherson withan sence. J. T. Prevatt, S. S. Supt. Then pitch in. . turn your folding money into fighting
the attention of even the most alert sentry. 4 honorable discharge coming up. Sunday School 10 a. m., Church
r Everett's division participated In money . buy twice as many bonds as you bought last time! '

Blanding trainees wSrk under every conceivable all the theatres of war from services D Y PU 11 7:30: a. m and 8:30: p. m. The mighty 7th War Loan must do the job that two war loans .
m. Mid-week
i,4 battle condition before they leave camp, even to crawling North Africa to Berlin and those did last It's the tit
: advancing underan prayer services 8:30: p. m. year. biggest, most urgent war loan of all. Back
V d under live machine gun fire and who know Everett are' willing to with dollar WAR LOAN
can hands .
up lay
every you on.
+ artillery barrage. bet he waa right in there pitchingall The war ia over 1 n Europe; your

Now, that the \.-.r is focused on the South Pacific, the time.Charles church's out; let us stand with
r the incoming trainees learn jungle warfare tactics they I* Dinkins, Gunner's bared heads while i Uncle Sam
f with the difficulties of native village Mate 2-c, spent a short leave last sings, "Soldier, oh soldier, come
are made acquainted week with his parents, Mr. and I home! GUIDON GRILL
and pitfalls in the densityof
u fighting, of the dangers Mrs. Paul L. Dlnkina. Charles

South Pacific underbrush has been on active duty since

., It's a hard life for a few weeks, but it all adds up Pearl Harbor-In the States for If WITH WAR BONDS; GEORGE KOPELOUSOS

to something. It teaches American youth how to pro- the past 12 months-and Is to report .. .

tect itself on the field of battle. for duty in the Pacific war

' And it makes'the U S. Infantry the most formidable zone at once.
&Y Mr. and Mrs. Dlnkln'a youngest
4 fighting. .;force in the world. son Paul It., Jr., volunteered for

.. * Navy duty In November '44 and Da's na fijn zunne! Have
F; 1 r ;In the words of Lt. Col. James W. Bellah: la now at the U. S. Naval Train- \ . a CocaColaSAY

"Let the glamor then go to the lads who need ing Center, Newport, R. I. (! THAT'S GREAT) ,

; ...___ T__ the infantry goes only_ this: When the Miss Evelyn Edwards, after ...-...........- -- -- .
tight will be there, spending two weeks with her a V ? 1 hltr'e+
is fully joined-the Infantry par- /ef16' e b ,.. 'llfl'e v. v a v
; l feeling it. seeing it, knowing it and fighting it, to ents, Mr and Mrs. T. C. Edwards, M r ML"7Y' r
Is back at work
as a number-
the last bloody ditch I"!
please-girl with the Bell telephone ,
In Starke.
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Little Mrs Inca Cutshaw Taylor
has returned to her home In

'ONWAY'Sl Greenville, Tenn, after spending a I
couple of months here with her
parents Rev. and Mrs. G. E. Cut

/ Service Station shaw. Her husband (U in the ,
aimed forces overseas 1'at Y ll

r E( .'..ONE 117 RING 2 FOR SKlttICK: No Prince Albert smoking tobacco "t d
l'tt in town last mid-week. My,

t + Washing how we pipe-smokers do love the
OPA-over the left shoulder
; +. A Polishing
e. $ v you might say

t Oil Changing i Mr. and Mrs. Will Edwards. accompanied .

Greasing by their daughter,,
Miss Lou, and their niece, Miss

e Waxing Einestlne Moore, spent! the latter
,3 part of last week visiting rela
A Repairs tlves In Jacksonville.
to Charlie Gaskins from out Evergreen

ELECTRIC ARC WELDING way was In town one day
last week
saying howdy to old

A 1 0 C O We've lost one of our summer
,r 1T ONE HOUR citizens. Mrs. Earl Rowe has '
moved to Starke. Our loss Is :

it ; : GASH Starke's telegram gain.A .received from K B. lJ!fIlJJ7',; .

lurrell, AMMH 1-c, says "LandedIn
San Diego, Calif. top-side-up
, with care." . an American custom lands in Brussels
: John P. L
GREASE Wyrick Is getting well

ao fast that he keeps his fingers In Flemish, it's vrienJelijkhetd. In American, it's the plain
everyday word
crossed Don't let them slip, i

% IUDE John. friendliness; Everywhere your Yankee doughboy goes, it comes from his
AUTO LATE Limas and green corn are still
r 4 FLORIDA BATTERIES moving from this section. Corn heart in a good old home-town phrase, Have a Coke Friendliness is bred in tv / /

r by the truck load and Limas by his bone and it bubbles u'e
out-like the
MOTOR LINES truck loads and carloads. The bubbling goodness of Coca-Cola itself.

prices received would have been Yes, tit that .
p BUSSES faust refreshes with ice-cold Coke
A'SIV/J' T.U lVl1J. considered: good during the depression an ambassador of _ '
but good will. . the old home _
For Safety 't s .I now. nothing to brag' about spirit carried across the seas.

Comfort & A little out-of-town You CocaColaI I
i Economy news that OTTlfO UNOI AUTHOHITY Of IHI COCA-COtA I naturally hear
; Take Care Of It should be Interesting to schoolchildren COMPANY IY called by iU friendly abbreviation

: of two to six years ago STARKE COCA-COLA ft'Coke".Both mean the quality prod-
b that Hiss Catherine Young la BOTTLING CO. act of Tbou-Cola Company-

.o 1943 The C-C Co

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Sa1" Shows his home last Friday evening FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH known a. J, C. Johns. Erwin Johns, of said Court at Ptarke. Bradford County, Florida. j
Frisco Pine LevelBy We are sorry to hear of the Illness Corner Call and Christian Stn. and all parties claiming Interest by. County, Florida, tats May 19th\ OFFICIAI( SEAL) i, !

olorful Life of Mrs. R. M. Crosby and Rev. W. O. Smedlry, Pastor named through,persons under or ana aralnst Emma the Johns above, 1946. Knight A Knight Ptark. Florida f I
wish her a speedy Asa Homer Johns, Attorneys for plaintiffs .
recovery. John and Eloise
Coast II. M. McRae Services as follows t'
: Clerk of Circuit
Barbary The ladles Ervln Johns deceased, Everett Court of Bradford 2-S6 4t t-lft t
f 0 0 0 .
0 0 0 e 0 0 0 0 community Bible School each Sunday at Johns deceased. Edgar Johns deceased -
are --- - - - - - - - - ------------ - - -
Susanna busy canning the different Arthur A. Johns deceased, "
"FriscO Sal Rev. W. E. Hall filled his regular kinds of vegetables this week. 10 a. m.Preaching. Avis Prances Mansell Johns. deceased deceased. Elisabeth Ovid O. I For Safety, Comfort and Economy . '

ster, tile lovely blonde sanded appointment Sunday morningand Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thomas and communion services John. deceased and either of them
and Turban evening, and we were glad to have moved Into their new homeIn at 11 a. m and 8:00: p. m. In the f.\lowlnlt'\ property situated;! _....
ate "ou
Turk, will Play Prayer meeting In Bradford County, Florida, to- rOt'KTEOlTHCOKKKCT lf1g. t
this each Wednesday
dashIng have several (
me, Mona Blanding service men community and we welcome wit:
theatre Sunday, with us. The them at 8:00: p. miv Commemlnir
park revival meeting, here. at the Southeast W$

and Tuesday, Interesting with Rev. George Hodges of Jacksonville Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall spent cimiir ('01 n'r. nuI>K<>IU> corner the of Southwest'the Southwest Quarter quarterof (SWU', INFORMATION: Oh 6If 11
It's fast-moving. In charge of services, will Sunday night and Monday ''with ('Oh VTY. "LOIIIU'II" c'n '\. of SW,) of Section >S. Township
against the colorfulahgfound C'.11"'. 6 :,Mouth Itunira it l East:, thunce
ory .Is talil of the Barbary urged to attend. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Murihee of Ruth Holaupple. l tfciulunt Casa \\est a distance of 79992 feet to .
Nineties. Su- No. 3824OKDEH. an 'Iron
pipe, thence run Northno
tM stv. lusty Englandair The young people met at the Hilliard, and their grandson Edward OF FMTni-.K-ATlOV: degrees fcO minutes West a dis FLORIDA MOTOR LINES BUSSES :
nDa as Sal, a New usual hour at the church Sunday Hall Murrhee accompaniedthem AND: NOTH'i; TO Al''' AH tance of 411.4 feet to an Iron
arrives In san Franco STATE OF FLORIDA to: Huth pipe, thence run North 62 degrees
air brother, who IB evening and rendered beautiful home. HolHonple whose residence. IB % 61 minutes Kant a distance. of UNION BUS STATION
to trace her music and songs before the even- Mrs. Herbert :McLean, whose Ira Foreman Box 432; Hertford. SOK.O feet to a railroad-Iron stake, '
murdered. She maneuvers Pennsylvania.You thence run" North 84 degrees. (9 Temple .h e. LACY {CONWAY Agent HtarU. Fle
Jleved singing Job In Turn Ing worship service. husband Is at Camp Blanding, is am required to appear on minutes Fast: a distance of S2'i.0 ...... v .. .. .. .. . ...... .. ... '
,rsplf into a We are thankful for the safe visiting Mrs Ronald Wilson July 9th, 1945 In the above numftl feet to ait Iron'a\ run e
music 'hall suspectingm :Mrs H. : Court and cause. wherein plaintiff South 89 detcrers 6! minutes East.
Bey'S with herther's return of Loran Conner who has M. McRae and daugh- seeks divorce Bradford County a distance of 39<.88 feet to the T
of some connection received his honorable discharge ters, Vesta and Odessa were Telegraph shall. 1\llhlh.h> this Order I[ West rail of the Seaboard Air I
Prompt Service Careful Drivers
disappearance. visiting Mrs. Owen McRae In next four weekly Itumea. line Hallway nmln track (being;
with I from service after flying his .re- and Wltnex. my hand and official the West rail of the West track
Bey, who Is having trouble quied 50 missions. He is home parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Conner eat at Starke, Florida, thin. Juno of said railway), thence run
led by Alan 6th., 1945.OJo'FICIAL. South 17 degrees 42
hoodlums of Lake Butler
gang of she would with his family. Sunday after ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, West .alone the said West rail STARKE TAXI SERVICE i
rrts, at first wishes Rev. and Mrs. W E. Hall and noon. A.. Clerk of said Court of said Seaboard Airline Hall
to( New Kngland. But Mr. and Mrs. Loran Everyone Is urged to attend the T. Frank I.andrn", Mtarke, Florid, way mil I n track a distance tif
radially become Conner at- Atty for Plf. 6-8 4t 8-2 7745 feet to the section line of and
116 and Susanna tended the birthday celebration In services conducted by Rev. Hall said section 2H, thence run South

meUd to each other.' Their honor of Dr. George M. Yeagle at each Saturday afternoon oa the iv tiiiriir coo It.I'. UKI>KOIIIfOINTY > feet H'l degrees to the 53 said minutes point of West bwKlnnlntr 3,0- I

mance Is short-lived, however ot I, Court House Square in Starke. Fl.Oltllttl l\ CII4N.IKIIV. containing In the aicitreirnle MACK'S TAXI SERVICE
hen susanna Is told by one leads her not to her brother's Mr and Mrs. B. M. McRae and Mark Corneal Plnlntlff 117 acres. more or less; Ux- .
v* Mandy the .
dept right of of
rtls' men that Bey murdered murderer but to her brother him. children were Sunday dinner Cornell), Defendant. rune No 1818 Senhnnril. Airline Railway way and said of !
Kr brother I guests of Mr. and Mrs O. R. SEER OP ITHLH-ATION State" Kernel No. IS; and. also commencing Phone 150 I
I I self.Also AM: NOTICE TO APPEAR;: at the Northeast. cornirof
I It is only after she walks out showing on this program Alvarez of Vanderbilt STATE OF FUmiDA tot: Mandy the Northwest. Quarter of the O Day O Night y
gets a clear- will be "This is America" and the Corneal whose address. U unknown. Northwest Quarter (NWVi\ nt .
You are required to appear on NWt4) of Section 91. : 1
Active the track that latest War News. 0 0 o s o e o o e e 0 s Township
on July 9th, 1945. In the above named 6 South, flange 22: Kant, theirsrun I I ', I
Court and cause. wherein plaintiff South on. decree. 4 minutes l' I, 1
-- HamptonBy 'seeks divorce.. Hrndford County Fast a distance. of 663.6 feet to
Telegraph shall pnbllKh thin Order an Iron thence run South :
Cleaned toy' In next four weekly Issues. KS degrees P.53 minutes I West a COMPLETE CAR SERVICE
Mrs M. C. Sweeney WltneBH. my hind and officialMeal distant of 79493: feet to an Iron
at Starke, Florida this 2nd ripe, thence run North one degree ,
perfection! e 0 e . 0 e e e 0 duv of June A. I>. 1945 4 minute.. West a .distance of
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.. 83.6 feet to an Iron I pipe, thencerun Ii IiI'
le ri Mrs. J. T. Guy spent the past An Clerk of said Court North 89 degrees 63 minutes.
T. Frank I..ndrum.o1lark", Florida,
/ Fast 77992 to of
week-end with Miss Carrie Lou Atty. for Flf. 6-8 4t 0-29! beginning1, c "n"'ltal h"lj"'I aereemore I .
Williams at her summer home on or less; Except. the right ol I Ii
r Santa Fe Lake. iv cmcriT rninr. nntiipniui ways. of Seaboard Airline Hall
(,OlJ\ way and right of WHY of State.
::- Johnnie Steele, of Jacksonville C'KHV.Inalah Road No. 13, together with all I'
spent several days visiting Mrs. IMorrlnon, PlaIntiff, vn. and singular the tenements, here i
ditaments and
Yvonne Morrison, Defendant. Cane appurtenancesthereto
Doris Hicks and .
family No. 3804 belonging- or In anywiseappei
Fred Eiland of the Merchant ORDER OF PUBLICATION mining;
Marines Is ANn NOTICE TO APPBiAIl: and to all persons having rir claiming '
spending a leave with STATE OF FLORIDA to: Yvonne to have any right, title or Interest / I IIt Ii
'Ilia wife and family here. Morrison whose rtnfdenoft In. No. 5 In the property herelnabovedescribed i r
Mrs. Vivian Webb left Monday Ann burton' Place, Cambridge, Mann. ;
You ,are required to appear .on YOU ARK IinREHY NOTIFIEDthat .. ,
for a visit with friends In Tain- July 2nd, 1945, In the above named a .suit has been brought In I
aqua, Pa. Court and .cause wherein plaintiff the above styled cause In the Circuit "
seeks. divorce Bradford Court of FVadford ,
County Countv
Mis Jettle Whyte spent Mondayand Telegraph shall pnhllHh thin. Order Florida, In Chancery. by Charley E. Washing Polishing Waxing '
Tuesday visiting her sister In next four weekly IBHUPB. Johns and, Thelma Drlnson Johns
Witness my hand and official his. wife, as plaintiffs, against you
Mrs. Henry Neale la Jacksonville.Miss seal at Starke, Florida, thin May and each of you as defendants. and CERTIFIEDRICATION
Virginia Lou Pickren recently 10th 1945.OFFICIAL.. also against the following other
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas known natural defendants, to.wit
... visited friends In Jackson An Clerk of said Court. Kmmii: Johns a widow, Asa Homer
If", ., 1" ..;::0. Hon. T. Frank La ml mm, Ptnrke. Johns. and Eloise. Johns his wife, Polishing & Waxing By Appointment I ;
I ville.Dr.. Fla. Atty. for Plf 6-1 4t 6-23 and that the above described property -
A COMPLETE CLEANING SERVICE 'J'HAT'SWII of Penney Farms __ Is. Involved In said .suit and
was guest speaker at the First that the nature of said suit I. to Only
partition snld provided
Baptist Church Sunday morningand DRABFonn otrrl'. FI.ofl1)A.IN HS J,
by 'the laws of the State of Florida
evening. He was accompanied r. AND YOU AND HACH OF YOU
MODERN METHODS RESTORE COLOR Charley 10 Johns and Thelma Brln- are' hereby reqnlred. to ( Standard Oil Products
by Mra. Owens and white here son Johns, His Wife, or by attorney appear) In (personally said-
AND UFE TO GARMENTS SMALL RUGS AND they were guests of Mr and Mrs. Plaintiffs Court and cause on July I, A. 1>'.

DRAPERIES. M. L. Waterson. Our pastor. Rev. Emma-vs-Johns A Widow, Et AI, 1945, otherwise the allegations of FULL SUPPLY OF CAN OILGARDEN'S
the Hill of Complaint will be takenas V. '
and Mrs. Wilbur Scott are enjoying DefendantsPartition confessed by you

a vacation in East Flat Case No. 3740 The Bradford Ct>un1y Telegraph
ROBT. 315 Rock. N. C.Attending. NOTICE TO APPEAR la designated a. the duly "lIallfl..1n"w"PIIP..r SERVICE STATION i
% The State of Florida, to In which this Notice i
the funeral of Mrs. Russell Johns. Marguerite Jen- to Appear shall be published In the
GREEN, Temple Inez Saxon, wife of H. V. Saxon Infra and J. L Jennings, her husband next four weekly Issues thereof. VAN II. CAUDEN, Mgr. STAKKE, FLA. .1, i
Harold Mannell, Willie Aida Witness. the Hon. Jonn A. H .
Cor. Temple Ave. &!t Call St. '
Owner Ave. In Pompano Saturday! were B. Y. I Jones and It. T. Jones. her husband Murphree as Judge of said Court ( ; .1J'

Saxon, Mr. and Mrs. George Sax- Leslie Johns. J. T. John.. sometimes and the hand and seal of. the Clerk u ________ ] J j'

on and Verda Wall .

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But 'we'll keep on rolling, I : l j

. and that's just what you can do in this mighty 7th War Loan' I

Many a worker who once stepped not forgetting that patient Mother ':

who is first the job before break ,
on his own starter, today counts on

( himself lucky when nobody steps fast. And, who of us isn't determined .

7Jiilt'EasmoPI'Io/ltl: on his toes in a jam-packed 'bus to carry on to total victory? -

/ or trolley. Accustomed to shorter If America hadn't had the spirit to .t

pull together, if we hadn't sharp
hours,he is surprised at his strength
diffiened our wits, if we hadn't surprised 4
iiTY and skill to perform the more
ourselves with our own '
cult tasks of a wartime day. It is ;
sinew and self-reliance, we might t

Up to this time last year there had been two war his ambition to produce and pro feel uneasy over whatever trials 1..

loans. Loan must raise almost ! duce and produce and thus hasten may lie ahead. As it is, we can be '
This the 7th War 1 !
year, the day when our valiant youth grateful for our war-found capacities

as much as two loans last year. That's why will work by his side again. which will help the young folks :; M

in this t Sine mail folki art mart
you are asked: Buy twice as many Bonds WAR LOAN Yes, everybody has been more get started in the sort of a world tired than tuual when they

mighty 7th War Loan weary in wartime than ever before, they want. fniiH each unrtlmf day, a i

bottle of golden, looming .. "'
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In a momel < ',,1.:x- r ','

Budweiser atian 11lI.v.. rimpU,
GEM utartime meat* latU teller.T .i

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FOUR highway Sunday after- . When he boarded
; dischargees\ Include JimmY Me City-Jax. . Didn't say whether she North Carolina the other,
W. S. C. To Meet noon
HallWilliamsMrs. S. weeks
I. lI SOCIETY and CLUBS : MIllen: who arrived several cam helped eat up the wreckage or put him in the wrabI. who
; and C. J. Berg Bill through
H. A. Anthony announce.lthe There will be a business and ago . Major W. J. not . Change of Scenes: some mhcup.
been In
Saturday the
,r7 "- marriage of her daughter, program meeting of the WSCS on home A. Jla also Plummer and George Hall trans- night u0:
Thomas, brother have been in
; 3:30 o'clockIn to the Pacific that
Monday afternoon :
Fuanlta Williams, to Pfc Arthur at . ferring tl'll.1nAs
Birthday Party For Ladies AuxiliaryMet iV. Hall on Wednesday, June 9. ( the Methodist church. Circle getting a discharge Davis to New London, Conn. . .

Frances Landrum TuesdayThe They were accompanied by Mr. Two will have charge of the pgram. those little W. C. Rhoden from South Carolina If the W''llLth".
Hear that one pf . Herbert ,
Pacific enough
t'I.. mad Mrs. Anthony. Pf c Hall's for a to the recently,
P, 4 ti Ladles Auxiliary of the tricks of fate postponed Coast Guard) home Charles along Co
Little four-year- I d Frances tome is Maryland but he is stationed long-delayed Cloversettle ( Schmidt
+ i+ met at the THOMSON: few more hours the his third leaveIn mometers out'
Landrum daughter of Mr. and Presbyterian Church at Camp Blanding. Mrs. MARJORIE ELLEN and Iris from New York on so we caD See
Mrs. T Frank Landrum was the Church Service Center Tuesdaafternoon ). Hall attended school in Ft. Myers meeting of Calvin . as many months . How do torrid we are!' Bu Ju3t
meeting Capt. and Mrs. Wm. H. Thomson (Crews) Williams this we
delightful for their regular and Starke. The . do appreciate the
at a couple ?
honored guest young rate like that
fora gift
announce the birth of a daughter, back in the states some guys .
the post- Calvin is
iz birthday party given by her parents In will make their home here for the even If your themometel1lJ
Marjorie Ellen, June 11, in after nearly
r at their' dent, Mrs. May Dickens, Vice on 30-day furlough ambitious
afternoon present they're
t + Friday Church Street. president, presided.It Carlsbad, N. M. Mrs. Thomson, three years In the Pacific . Lt. and Mrs, Guy Andrews, now to reach the aiwa)1l t'
home on North announced that t h eleadership the former Marjorie Stump, Is Naturally Iris and their adorable living at Rockl edge near the top Simply,!
1' During the afternoon Frances was training institute war Miss: Marjorie Davis is spendingthis still In Carlsbad, while Capt. daughter, Sandra, dashed up to Banana River N.A.S., have a new pause orchid !In long the enough b w..
and her little guests enjoyed Al week with Mrs. John O. Thomson was recently transferred Atlanta from the State Farm to son, Thomas Ramon, In their family direction or at:
held tills week In Lake tlve Mary
playing games out on the lawn. being Scott of Mandarin.Yea to Waycross, Ga, missed of the Leonard who
y Ann Wiggins fred. Mr. J. Fletcher Burnetl. meet him . Somehow this . Guy's in charge information to P&aJc..
Peggy canners
Vivian and Idelle Landrum directed the new hostess of the Church each other in Atlanta and Cal- Supply Department there and I household aids from iC4',!
( Servlce Center was welcomed into vin arrived at the Farm last must rate .tops with the folks agent's office m'
a the games. rushed right back, work for him, Judging by a 1 day ,
the group as a new member Mrs Thursday, who I', Just want to
Following this, the children were addressed let her
his long sea worded
E. M. Davis invited the members though fagged from cleverly message that her efforts
h Invited onto the terrace where along to meet with her June 26 at 8:30: voyage and the trip from Cali to the new arrival from the . are apPIIt
ri'I table gaily decorated )Jn for the social meeting.Mrs. torn la . Incidentally, when they; 300 men and women who serveIn
pink, white and green crepe paper finally did meet 'twas the first Guy's command . The gist --
and Mrs
T. N. Kendrick
, birthday cloth, held a beautifully selected time that Iris had seen him in of the communique Is Informingthe Well, guess that winds
,, decorated two-t I ere d birthday B. C. Holtzendorf were uniform! . Seems ho was rush- little lad as to what a swell little black book for ?,
u, ,{''b cake. Four green candles In pink to have charge of placing flowerf verily . "Tls nice to have in their dollars, their time and : ed without warning and his dad it-which, of course, . So long see the
1 r holders and the inscription "Happy in the church during this month. friends! . If you don't believe't their labor toward "fixing up" the without overseas ever ,having had a fur- guy he'll soon find out! . Hear, Bob next . you! k
Birthday Frances" topped the just ask Loma Bonham (Mrs cozy little house that now atands I
lough . Unless the Army Is quite a lucky fellow
and Mike Mar W. A. . Next she'll' --Cur r<
cake while pink flowers wind delicate Jean : Darby ) ) week on South Church Street for Mrs. I to
mind, hopes
? green leaves decorated the and Walter Jennings, Mary Agnes; I move into her cozy little new Bonham's use as long as she lives changes its Miami at the end _____ _
be stationed In
11 I side and bottom tier of the cake. Katherine and Betty Lou Wainwright home . And thereby hangs a . .
(, Frances cut the first Mice, of Diana Smith, Cynthia and tale . Seems that years ago of his furlough KRETOLINSECTICIDE
the birthday cake, after which Priscilla Cox, S h arm Gardner (the late Eva B. Lord built a small: The lot on which the house is -
,;- ice cream and cake were servedto Deverley Lappe, B r end a Jane cottage at the rear of her Madison located was loaned by Howell Hampton Lake seems to be getting .
all the young guests. Favors Lewis Clair Jean Mundy, Linda St. residence for the exclusiveuse I Nasworthy and already standingon I I quite a play from heatdodging
; Tor the afternoon were pink and Kay Sale, Lou Green, Charleneand of Mrs. Bnnham . Years It was a somewhat delapldatec Callstreeters these days . .
iJ, green miniature baskets holding Kay Dennis) ShIAnn Smith, passed and after Mrs. Lord's garage . With this as a Among those glimpsed at this
hard candles. Mrs. Landrum was Wayne Alexander, Cecil Naftel, death, some months ago, the prop- nucleus, lumber was salvaged and popular spot Saturday afternoonwere -- -- ==---
,t t assisted in serving by Mrs E. L. Burge Searing, Jimmy Lawson, erty changed hands , The new other materials bought with the Warren Win k ler, Bobby -
r Matthews. Tommy Seymour, Billy and Char owners decided to make certain fund of almost $::500 that had Biggs, Elbert Earl Thornton and KILLSRoaches
Those Invited to be with Frances les To rode, Randy Johns, Holt :hanged In. the little house, en- been cheerfully given . Joe Selma Thornton McCall . Sun-
were Markley Ann Johns, Carol Johnson, Robert' Ganova, and titling them to a higher rent, Simmons and Vasco Forsyth con- day afternoon Irene Lewis and I
and Madge Ann Matthews, Virginia Jimmy and Jane Guy. :mad asked Mrs. Bonham to vacate tributed their. time on the plumb- gang were holding forth, while
-. . But have you ever tried ing and Joe Martinez did the Monday p. m. I. glimpsed,: Frank I Moths, Bed Bugs, Carpet Beetles
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finding new quarters in Starke same on the wiring job . The Hollingsworth and grandchildrenthe Lice 'Water Bugs Fleas
: r . II . and at pre-war rentals? ,, little house now boasts of a large Paul Bakers and Lois Mayes Flies, Mosquitoes

: Well, don't . Naturally, she combination:, living and bed room . Tuesday 'twas the Roy John' and Other Insects
N.p.T.I."C.E I could find no place to go, and with a and porch sons, enjoying their day off , .
the future looked pretty gloomy . Nothing fancy-but comfort Hear Essie Crosby (Mrs. Oscar)
. So gloomy that she worried able, and her's as long as she was almost bowled over Saturday
Gt p: Having sold our retail milk business to Mr herself sick . lives! . Now who was saying when Oscar's daughter, Doris NONPOISONOUS
Just the other day that folks are Bailey, long-distanced from Hutch-
,.r W. n, Newsom, we take this opportunity of
But one thing Mrs. Bonham too busy nowadays to help out a inson, Kan., where her husband,
Rw thanking our many friends and customers hadn't counted on was the faithfulness neighbor In distress? Al, Is stationed . They've been Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your

t ''t for their patronage and cooperation.Mr. of her friends Soon a exiled there for six months and Money Refunded on Return of
spontaneous movement was on an' Jotted Fran Peek seems Doris Just got homesickfor .
Spotted :
Newsom has modern dairy and is
a new foot to find her another homeor enjoyln' a week's vacation and doIng a familiar voice , Hear Dick Unused Contents
A, a in a position to give you excellent service and if necessary, make one! . Just what the ODT tells us St. John, now in the Pacific, recently -

N r{ we trust you will give him your full support. When Call Street really sets Its ,o- tay at home and have a good had his tonsils out and
heart oa something, there just time In the backyard . Lillie Is loud In his praise of Army
sn't any stopping itl! . Under Bridges an' Grace Osborne hyingoff nurses Pint 69c Quart $1.25
MERRILL-MATHEWS DAIRIES the guiding hands of Mr and Mrs. to summer school bright and
Titus Olson, Harry Houston and 1-2 Gallon $2.25
: early every morning . Bevel'lyBlackshear Pet-lovers will be interested to
Glen Wood, folks began chipping
Palatka, Fla. wreathed in smiles on know that Jitterbug, the pedigreed Gallon $4.25
account of how she's expecting Feline pride and joy of the Frank
Jimmy home from the wars next Wilson domicile, is back from a
MALARIAChecked week . Playsuited Ul Stern- Jax'ville hospital, much improved,
berg trying to, keep herself cool thank you, but on a very strict
e In 7 Days With and the lawn moist at one and diet . Seems Jitterbug is pas BRADFORDHARDWARE
LIQUID for the same time . Henry an' sionately fond of sardines, but ate
666 MALARIALSYMPTOllS Helen Manassa occupln' the A. E. too, too many and the surplus
pR K Dunham cottage on Clark Street, oil In his system caused him to
1 Take only aa directed which they recently _purchased start losing the luxurious hair on COMPANY

, Coach Hobbs holding down his tall! .. Add scenes I'll miss. :
CTA'R-'KF Fl A a. summer vacation Job at the The"w ekend' throng of GIs
M Blanding p. o. and trying to keep downing luscious slices of water- J. B. CARLISLE Owner
cool with a snappy G. I. haircut melon at the side "of Dicandio's

. curb market . Seems state
Sun., Mon., Tues. June 17, 18, 19 a ,
health officer decided 'twas un
ti .- g > Things are beginning to perk upa sanitary and no more sliced water-
: bit as the lucky dischargees melon will be sold In the open . .
trickle In-a few more every Fruitier Dlcandio was caught witha
I week . .. Surely seems good to cool $1,000 Invested in watermelons -
12.l Glory! 1! be getting them back . Al Kay -which he hopes he won't
: Carlisle those usedto
J' In All Hs Tameless, wearing among civilian clothes getting again lose entirely-he-hopes ....

. He'll finish out the summer That group of enthusiastic 4-H
Stark 's In his dad's hardware store and Club campers almost took the
: return to the University next courthouse apart Monday morning
! finest The fall . Loran Conner, another while waiting Impatiently for Mr.
9p'vA distinguished Air Corpsman, backin Dyer to get ready to take off for
local circulation and breezln' Ocala . Incidentally, I think To the people of Starke
restaurant Band around a bit before settling downto the County Agent was almost as

an eight-hour day . Hasn't eager to get away as the boys
bar decided yet Just what he'll do, were . Hear Jean Adkins was
but definitely won't return to his detained by the wreck of a truckload -
old Job farming! . Other of watermelons on the Lake and Bradford County.

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SIZZLINGSTEAK From Oran to Berlin what a comfortable feeling\

our boys had when they heard the results of each
'a 2 HAIL THE KING! of the War Bond Drives. They knew America

LOBSTER was behind them, no matter where they were.

0 Y c 1 SHRIMP M Now that the 7th War Loan Drive is on, they are
FATHER'S DAY watching the results more eagerly than ever before

l Y>* itL CHICKENFor :- They know that the BIG JOB is yet to fe

done. Bradford County has not failed so Car.H

JUNE 17thWe will not fail this time The hope is that this may
i-i be the last opportunity you will'have to help yourself -

o*, r't,! > s + B while you are helping your government.We .

,'t + still have a fine selection of gift items are especially proud of those whose names ap.
the Honor Roll on the courthouse squa
Connoisseurs that are sure to please him. When your chance came to "something for t tw

\ war effort, did you do as well as they?
O An all-soldier cast from Camp Blanding will ap'

f ofGood pear. in Starke at the Florida Theatre, Friday-!

Bathing trunks, Bath caps, Sun glasses, June 22, at 8:30 p. m. in the show "Eyes Front;
Food These boys are giving their time and talent not only
; ear drum protectors are now in season. to stimulate the sale of bonds but also to show

and We have a splendid selection their appreciation for what you have done in the"

r, tS\\S 1 O t previous drives. .

RNA\ .f\\S1U\F\\ \ i DrinkAttnwUve The price of admission is a receipt showing tbai pip>J 1

,ftrct4,, ..t \\ Visit our stationery department, you have bought at least a $25 bond. Tickets Ban
be placed 'at the Florida Theatre, the Florida
tit'\ ( we are showing some beautiful box at Starke and the Post Office. Let's fill eveA

1\\\\\\\\\ \\ 4tffic1aN r paper, in colors, also Air Mail, andV seat in the theatre.' This will not only increase jw

bond sales, but will show our appreciation for

\. \ t\\\\1\\\\ \ Mail stationery. so fortunate as to have a show of this kind iJI

\\\nto.UIu.l1nS\\\\ Our baby department is stocked I
\\\)' m Smil/
WS Dine In A Pleasant with many items, for the baby plentyof

\ \\ Atmosphere toys for older children. Co-Chairman War Finance Committee\ '

Uil s. \\\\\ S surroundings combined We now have plenty of flashlights,

4 with the brat food in pocket knives and safety razors.
town promise you a most en-
: 1iw joyable dinner. Bring the family CLEANERS

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LOCAL NEWS Mrs Vasco Forsyth was carried : Ernest Garrett S 1-c of the U. D. C. MembersMet Woman's Council Infant 'Griff i
of I
BITS to the State Farm Hospital Little Creek Va., training school,
.... i Wednesday night. Is spending a 9-day leave with his At ChurchThe Met Last WeekThe The Infant son of"Mr. and Mrs, f
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Sternberg parents, Mr. and :Mrs. F. M. Garrett J. D. Griffis of Theresa died in
sS==5f7J P. Shepherd Mrs. L. M. DeSha and daughter left ; W. T. Weeks Chapter TEL Class of the First J
Irs. I. Saturday for a stay of two Gainesville Tuesday J
the Hospital
It and /Rochester, :Minn. Marjorie of Wildwood were weeks in New York Mrs. Effle Johns U.D.C., held a business and pro Baptist Church enjoyed a covered'
i'uesday will enter the guests this week of Mrs. W. H. City. spent several gram meeting Wednesday afternoon dish luncheon Tuesday at the home night and burial was In Crosby
'* ),r Shepherd treatment Struth and Miss Kate Struth. Capt. Wm. H. Thompson of days last week In Jacksonvillewith of last week, at the Meth- of Mrs. P M. Barefoot. The living Lake Cemetery Wednesday afternoon -
\ Cinlr for to Mr T. J. Griffin nad as guestsfor Moody Field, Ga., spent Wednes her sister Mrs. Mena Mc- odist church where zinnias and rooms were tastefully dec- I 1
"''V, Ferguson was Jacksonville carried the past two weeks her daugh- day night with Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Crutchen and niece, Mrs. J. J. other Bummer flowers were uacdas orated with summer flowers and
erside Ho pltaJ, ter, :Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and son Stump. decoration.The the laee-covered table was spread ....r.SITJItAN DOt'Ir1AMr
and an apPeqdectomyperformed Mrs. W. J. Churchwell Mr. and :Mrs.!' .1. L. Simmons,
nP9daY Cliff of Houston, Texas. Theyare will re president Miss Madge Mld- with the covered dishes of the
Wednesday night. returning to their home Sun- turn home today from Fruitland and :Mr. and Mrs Harry Houston dleton presided over the meetingand members. and Mrs, Cecil Douglas a'
of Jack- Park where she has spent Sunday at birth of !
Godbold spent the their cottage flounce the a aught I
James Mrs. Annie I Lou Godwin Following the luncheon Mrs.
\11e IrS! Is l here visftlng! her day.Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. I past two weeks assisting the Rev. near Cedar Keys. transacted the business of secre- Alma Hough presented a Juanita Jean, on Friday, June 1 ,

, her Vn-' W. S. stroman and W. J. Epperson, Sr., were Mr. and Henry School. Guy in a Vacation Bible Misses Merry Beth Knight and tary. The report of the treasurer devotion on "God's \, IIPlrltual\\

Irs. S. S. Dowling.tandMrB.H.C. Mra. R. L. Epperson and son, R. Hazel Fields, and Charles Knight Mrs. M. F. Brown, was read Mrs. B. D. Law,
* Wall and Li., Jr., who recently, returned on Mrs. J. M. Edwards and childrenare B. C. Holtzendorf and Barney Mc- and accepted. After a salute to the class, presided over the business \
a0PfS.. Augustine spent Tueshere leave after 20 months of Naval spending this week at Jacksonville Rae left Tuesday to attend a 10- the U. S. and Confederate flags meeting while Mrs. R. A
with his parents, Mr. service near England Mrs. Har- Beach. day Young/ People's Conference at' the Lords prayer was repeated in Thomas performed her duties as ,r' : PERMANENT WAVE KIT !"
MrS. W, I* old McKinney and son, Danny of Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Retch Jr,.- Lake Alfred as representatives of concert. secretary. During the buslnexa' = Ito It yauiMll ftt hiHM.Kwib '

. 1'9. J. R. Wainwright went Jacksonville Mrs. W. J. Epperson of weeks Avon with Park Mrs.are spending two the local Presbyterian Church. Mra. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. session, the group voted to donate 'I p..,7 ntMtMit kit W ooatoiiu.,.HoluUon.nhumpoo l-.r-. 59 t I"II,

1'ampa Tuesday to visit here Jr., and daughters, Mary Sue I Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Carrie Green.Ritch and l lI Mrs. George L1 I v I ngston of; I A. Z. Adkins were elected as dele i $10 to the church building fund, ', .n.e w0. HAS.,nailcm. Mnn.ftml 1...k.,.., I
and aunt Mr and Mrs. J. and Sally Ann and Mr. and Mrs. Tampa is visiting Mrs E. S. Mrs. J. A. Tucker Invited the %h a.w.. U,1. C.r..swr a. 1./. 1 .
e Miss Martha Lee to the annual convention, .
of Jacksonville gates
Colley.M George Anderson. Matthews and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. class to meet with her In July t
Is arriving to spend this which will be held in Tampa next Koch Drug Store
Holltngsworth and Miss Mary Vickers of Mobile, Mrs. L. D. Haines and Infant and the mt'ptlnjwas;\ cloned with
James week-end with I
jimmy of Gainesville are Ala., is spending two weeks with Jr. R. E. Green non David Stallworth returned to October Mrs.V.. G. Belle and prayer by Mrs. O.V.. Alderman. II

this week with Mr. andf her brother-in-law ana sister, :M- Mrs. Clara their home here Monday from St. Mrs. E. K Perryman were elect- Mrs J. E. Futch, social chairman -
ding C Hollingsworth. Sgt. and Mrs J. M. Lawley.Pvt. Monday to-rest Schonhaut for the will leave in Vincent's Hospital In Jacksonville ed as alternates. The president conducted a very Interestinggame GOOD! SUPPLY
last and :Mrs. Billy Jackson summer of "Pantry", in which Mrs. I'
,,? Janet: Anderson spent New York City. She is a sister I Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Overstreet appointed :Mrs! Halle, Mrs. K, S. 5-FOOT CKIM1' I;
and came week to spenda the winner.
son Hough was
.end with Miss Joan Carpen- of :Mrs.!' Louis Shafkln. and family spent Sunday at Jack .
k Matthews' and Mrs. E L. Matthews '
Lake Santa 30-day leave with relatives here. Visitors present were hers G. W.
home on Louis Shark In sonville Beach. GALVANIZEDROOFING ,
her left
at i Pvt. Jackson Is still In the hos- Sunday by; as nominating committeeto Alderman. :Mra.! Ralph Alvarez,
: plane for a business trip to New Mrs. Alton Dobbs was shopping off leers for
Overstreet Is at- pital in Rome, Ga. present names off Mrs. Ethel Blg s. Mrs T. It. Hard J
rra. W. J. York City. He is expected to return in Gainesville Tuesday. the
summer school Mrs. Calvin Johns returned last year. ing, Mra. W R. Morse and Mrs.
!ing the present each day. week after spending; a month in today. Mr. and :Mra. Earl Campbelland Mrs. Marion D. Walker, president A. J. Thomas. Members wereMrs. -
ion in Gainesville of Mrs. Bertha St. Louis, Mo., where she was Mr. and Mrs. Nat Goldman and son, Donnie, were Sunday of the Florida Division, G. A Anderson, Mrs. P. M. ORDER NOW I 1
:mday guests Mr. and Mrs W. B. called by the illness and deathof daughter and Mrs. Bert Hurtz and visitors to Jacksonville Beach. UDC presented the local chapter Barefoot, Mrs. W. J. Epperson, FROM:
son left
we were Ga. ,her father: Tuesday to spend the Mrs. H. A. Bishop returned to with a large picture of Gen. Sr., Mrs Mae Edwards Mrs. J.
'nes of Fitzgerald summer in New York City. her home Tuesday after a few Robert 1':. Lee, seated 0 n his E. Futch, Mrs. Alma Hough, Mrs' Western Auto Store i
Mrs. Emma Carlton of Jacksonville days spent In St. Vincent's Hospital horse Traveler. B. D. Law Mrs. R. A, Thomas Macclenny, Fla. 'J l '
spent last week with her in Jacksonville for a check Mrs. L. A. Davie was appointed and Mrs. J. A. Tucker. , U'
brother and sister-in-law Judge
NEWLY REDECORATEDHBLLIGAN'S up. subscription agent for the UDC 1'
and Mrs. A. Z. Adkln She wenton
to Miami for a visit there be Friends will "be sorry to learn Magazine, which is published in ,
fore returning home.Lt. that Mrs. Broward Strickland is Paducah. Ky. 1
KILL Bill Edwards has returned In St. Vincent's Hospital In Jack Mrs. Davis, who arranges for THEATRE

to Atlanta. Ga., after spending t a sonville. UDC radio programs was for- II flI.DJ: j
leave here. Mrs. W. B. Sewell and daugh tunate in securing Dr. RembertW. STWRKEI

ENJOY YOUR Mrs. K. G. Duncan brought her ters Gayle and Virginia are spend Patrick, of. the University of
IIAMBQ.8/18 daughter, Margaret Rose, home ing this week fh Daytona Beach. Florida, to give an address on
ANDmr from a Jacksonville Hospital Sun Guests of Mrs T. T. Long and Jefferson Davis' birthday anniversary I-

t day, where she underwent a ton sons for an Indefinite stay are June 3. Many lovers of SUN. MON. JUNE 17 18 ,
". silectomy recently.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Slade and southern history enjoyed hearingthis
-' Roy Smith of TennllU, children of Baxley Ga. broadcast over WRUF.

/JfKIr Ga., is arriving Sunday to spend Mrs. Wm. E. Plummer and lit Miss Olive Ray read a beauti- j
O several weeks with her brother- tle daughter, Patty Ann, have returned ful tribute to the late President, "THE AFFAIRS OF SUSAN"JOAN
) In The Cleanest in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.K. from a stay of several Franklin Delano Roosevelt,which

'C/' in Town G. Duncan. months in Philadelphia, Pa., and appeared in the May number of
Spot A-C George Flynn, Jr., of Hon. are at the home of Mrs. Plum the UDC Magazine.

do, Texas, returned to his station mer's mother Mrs. J. C. Coneof The Chapter adjourned to meet FONTAINE

CALL STREET AT THE RAILROAD Wednesday after a 10-day leave Brooker again next October.
spent with his parents, Mr. and Miss Madeline Lecln recently GEORGE BRENT '
Mrs. G. B. Flynn, Sr. enjoyed a visit with friends in

Guests of Mrs. E. M. Thomas Tampa.Mr. .
last week were ''her son, Joseph and Mrs. Chas. T. Wade ;

ICE COLD WATERMELONS Thomas and his daughter, JoAnn,, ,were called to Valdosta, Ga., recently "
of Crescent City. JoAnn remained because of the Illness and a- '

: for a longer visit. I death of Mr... Wade's father, J Tues., Wed., Thurs'- June 19, 20, 21' :

Cantaloupes .,ertpp,, Miss Barbara Cameron Is home D. McDnniel. ,
I from school in Miami to spend i Mrs T. Frank Landrum and !
.! the summer with Mr. and Mrs. I daughters are .vlnlting relativesIn '

H. E. Tucker. Jacksonville.Mr. "THE CLOCK" ; ; "
Mrs. Mabel Wall has gone to and Mrs Berry Kelly of Do YOU Like to Pay I. I''
Springfield Mo., to visit Mrs. Plant City were recent guests of .. !
I. Peaches '
Mr. Kelly's father, David Kelly .
1 ; 4# Alene Blansett. and- family. .*'' *.*If'you#"*do.7,you" ,don t want' ' a{,.,, JUDY OAKLAND"MfROBERT (, ...(..,' I ." j';' ,.
Mrs. 'H. B.McLendon and : '
I Automobile Insurance.
.. "
daughter, Jeanette, will arrive to- : I ,
i I' xpwP our day for a visit with Mrs. Mc-I Don't wait 'til after the WALKER
Line of Fresh !
i Complete p Lendon's parents, Mr. and Mrs., il j \ '.
Fruits & VegetablesDICANDIO'S .bS E. S. Matthews.Mr. .ccldent-buy it today.
and Mrs. E. C. Bush are I ;' : ; '
AND' leaving for a visit with relativesin SEARS ALLSTATE dc lux

CURB MARKET 'KEfPTHEM. Pansey Ala., and Mr. BUM ex- TRUCK TIRES ." !; I
pects in the near future to opena
ii iiTHEY'RE
Call at Cherry Street Start Your business In Pensacola. They Charley E. Johns t "
have sold their place on Road 28 ROAD ; '''i''
Post War Planning near Starke where they lived for THKY'KB tilTAKANTKKI: : I; !
the past four years while Mr. AgencyPhone 1 '",
Your ,
Placing { .
By 1C
foremanfor I
maintenance \
Bush was S ,
Quality I wrt
Order Now For the Camp Dlanding post ex- 13 STARKE. FLA. highest I i.
j \V> have Your Nlw Ask, For It : 1 : r
.change. ,
These Appliances -

!,1t Looks like you run Into trouble BENDIX Pine Level RevivalRev. .1 Write To: )ROY CUNNINGHAM } i', :
things ;: .: -Uf.BUCK: A (IC).
: When you start dividing up .. M.\lt I: '
the State of Florida. Our AUTOMATIC W. E. Hall, pastor of the ........" t !
,; -even JACKSONVILLE. ILA.CEDt1 t ,
_< Church announced
poor Senators and Representatives HOME LAUNDRY Pine Level Baptist' THE TRAVELERS. Hartford \ '
In that there will be a basket
havingto sweat It out l
are .
POINT next Sunday .
Tallahassee while South Florida HOT dinner at the church i', "
June 17. As this is Father's
tries to Ret more Senators than REFRIGERATORS 11 ,
North Florida and vice i vel'!'&. RANGES Day, a special Invitation Is ex : :
There will be
tended to fathers. CHESTS
looks like It's ?
From where I sit WATER HEATERSAs
with special
be another Battle of the usual service a f
gonna meeting at 3 p. m. The speakerwill :
Okinawa before it's over. These Become RED CEDAR FINISHED i

Will :Fill Orders In This be Sunday announced also the begin- IN WALNUT ''J.

Order of ApplicationFULL ning of a revival meeting. Rev

G. E. Hodges, pastor of Beaver .'
LINE Street Baptist Church, Jackson $45.50LARGE ; 1
iiiigI; p i SUPPLIES ville, Is to be the guest speaker j 1
WIRING each evening. A BOOK and prayer ROOMY .
service will be held at 8 with 1""
evening service beginning at 8:30.: \' 1I 1\ .

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Beet' Gift of All-Come around and we'll CARE IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

help you select the usual necktie or socks. \J/AJf "
Co. j
Rut John H. Denmark Furniture ; J
try to buy him a Bond if you possibly INKLER !

ran TheSTAG PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA. :' f ,

"am Ml j iariSternberg's Electric Service WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITURE j ji t ti "

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"Affairs of Susan"Has . . e . . . . . C eState . . PhilippinotesBy Some SchoolsTo NOTICE

Brooker Farm PIe Wm. H. Duncan Open July 9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant, Flnrld tn .Jun. tq
Joan Fontaine Statutes, 1941, the following described. land In l"radfoNJI 'r It\t .

In New Type Role By Joyce<< Atkinson By Mrs. Hryan WMtfleM Two letters today, and I grabbed The only important item of will at b. th.offered. for sale at publlo' outcry for of the J1 hiRheM rm' "b.,r.
. . . . . . a . . . . . them from the mailman rather business transacted at the regular o'cl'o'k P. 1f ontthee8nd day ofnJuly1945's' o'Inekti II.f"ff. .

1 ?t Playing at the Florida Theatre FAMILY REUNION BRIDGE CLUB MEETING eagerly because this was only the meeting of the School Board last 11/0./ Dele 2 or, J1137 Cert. D.rlpUun 4k.

T' '? Sunday an4) Monday will be "The Sunday, June 10. a family reunion :Mrs. Tom Conners used gladioli second time this week. Here, it week was the setting of opening 111 328 Aug July 1 1941 SWt/4 of NW'/, T 10).
Affairs of Susan", starring Joan was held at the home of seems, the mall from home means dates for some schools. Rising 273 AUf t, IDST WIi, 01 NI4; lit \\I : II
and flowers to
corn add color and SEt ot "'
July Nry. "rg
Fontaine with George Brent, DennIs Mrs. A. J. Plnholster in honorof beauty to her home for her meet- even more to us than before. Brooker Jr High, New River and 830 371 2, 1910 tI"1 14 nl NW''o' &I II
Wal- Kirch- Somehow the news from home, schools will open on July 1 194:1: at NW" & wK
OKeefe, Don DeFore and her sister, Mrs. O E ing of the State Farm Hellbronn 331 sw''
Bridge 2, 19441 E% of ufo 3
telling of events of ordinary hap- previously an- 873 91114 II
It was NE
ter Abel. ner of Tampa. A delicious picnic July 9.
Club Wednesday afternoon of last 883 JUly I, 1941 & NF.4 ot NW1,4 & S',1
1'i' ;. Aa actress Susan Darrell Joan dinner was served out under the week. High, second high and penings, with which we are all so ,' nounced that Lawtey school would 01 SE'4 &SEy4 of 3E,"
and 2, 1940! ,3
familiar calmness II
haa a also that early 313
returns home from an overseas oaks. open on
bingo prizes of Defense Stampswere I 833 July I, 1941 SW% of SE!.
tour to be greeted by conventional Those enjoying this happy occasion won by Mrs. Fielding Chap- naturalness about it that la a due to the fact that Bradford 221 July 4, 19311 3 .q
'' welcome relief to the sort of life II Schools will have 9-month 374 2, 1940
Walter Abel. and County
r' dependable with Mr.. Plnholster man, Mrs. P. D. Fancher, Sr., and 875 Sept. 2. 1940
I ,r\; Walter's got wedding belle ringIng Mrs. KIrchner were Mrs. Plnhols- Mrs, Hugh Hall, respectively. At we lead here. terms this year and to enable the 376 St'pt. 2. 1940
. k in his ears, decides/ to talk and In our present position we do children to be dismissed in timeto 8U July I, 1943 All
ter's children, John Truby the end of the playing refresh- 4
836 July I, 1943 FSF.S; nl NEiN & 81
', marriage. Then, on visiting Suet Mr and not leave our immediate area at help with farm crops. 19.10 01 Wu
a Lubedla, O. W. Baxter, ments consisting of chicken naiad, 378 Sept 2. NE'4
t aan'a apartment, he discovers that Mrn. L. R. GaIney, Mrs. R. M. Bill tines, olives, cookies and coca- all. A line of coned barbed wire The opening dates for the re- 880 2. 19U 19.0 8fo of 4 of SEt/4 &: w'4 I .q
July I. BE'4
<\,; h there have been three other men Gainey and children Eloise and colas were served. marks the boundaries from whichwe maining schools have not as yet I 223 3:19: July 4, 1938 1 .p
+ in her life. Ronald, Mrs. Rosa Plnholster Mr do not venture, not in fear been decided. I II 83R July 1. 19U NE'4 01 I'E'4';

In desperation, Abel, who has and Mrs. C. J. Crews, all of During the past week-end Mr. of the live enemy, but of booby 341 883 July Rept. 1 2,1943 1940 of EIi,NW'4& E'Ji of SE41; Qf' II
Susan calls the and Mrs. S. V. R. Martling of traps.I t 1940 E of II
set his cap for Brooker. "In" 383 Sept. % NEtof NWytl
rival trio together in an effort to MelroBe and Capt and Mrs. Mar- was able, however, to make I First Man 342 July I. 1941 &: EtA nt aW'"
Out-of-town guests included W. 273 .AuJl' 2, 1931 E% ot W'% of of' II
tin Griner of NE41
Savannah Ga. and Marshall \
find out everything he can about one short trip with Shorty Now Out Points &
E. Plnholster, Mr. and Mrs. Guy on 843 July I, 19U NEy4 : W'4 .f Eye o2
Lake Butler visited Mr. and Mrs. In his Into 01
jeep yesterday NNI'o
the prospective bride. But, on 9
Plnholster and children. Guy Jr. M. E. Grlner. In 185 E1ept. 7, 1938 NWr4 nf NEw 11 xi: II3d
deep woods to pick up Lt. Hoffman Seeber Moody, the first man %
he discovers
comparing and Vivian Mr. and Mrs. T. J. July I, 1943 nt & Nw'4 02
ll none really knows what Siumn /la Eddie Drane Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and who had been on patrol. Bradford County to enlist for a : NW4 10
Baxter and grandson; June The only thing of note was some training under the 8fS July I, 1942 II
like All their conflicting evi- daughters, Peggy and year's military
and Miss Bobble Mintz, all of 610 Sept. 2. 1935 S% of NEyi a. :Nty'y,
dence upsets the apple cart and and and Mrs. Frances, spent Saturday and Sun abandoned (and harmless) sticks Selective Service Act in Decem- : 274 .AUf 2. 1937 of SE%, 10
Jacksonville Mr. II
i' things start popping. The choice ,L. R. Cheaser and son Nathan, of day with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cald- I of Jap dynamite, reposing on a ber 1940( was back at his home I 1120 July 8ept. 1 2, 1942 198113GB Lot 4,
la difficult, but the lady finally well In Ocklawalia. rock in the middle of a clear, near Long Bridge this week- 3-11 of 398 Aug. 1. 1929 21 18

s makes up her mind. Alachua. Dlnne guests at noon Sundayof shallow mountain stream. We let one of the first to be dischargedin 898 Sept 2, 1940 NE'4 nl NW14 &: W%
360 July I, 1941 of NW'.4
Playing Tuesday, Wednesdayand I Friends of Mrs. C. J. Crews will Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradleywere them lay. this county under the Army's A. T. TllmlAs 2Z IS

Thursday will be "The Clock", be glad to know that she was Rev. and Mrs. William Wil- The steep slopes on all sides of point system. Clerk 01 the Circuit Court, Bradford ('ont;, ,, F
i : r. f starring Judy Garland and Robert able to attend church services last son of Raiford. our valley magnify the sound of After completing his year of 8-8 2t 8-111 (OFFICi4

41 y. Walker. The story tells of the last Sunday. Mrs. Crews has been an A* a member of the Board of our artll e r y and in the cool military service under the original

48 hours spent by a soldier about Invalid for more than a year. Directors of the Thornwell Orph- nights' the echoes and resounding Selective Service Act Moody was
overseas. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. P. anage of the Presbyterian Church I boom of our guns are terrific. discharged Dec. 4, 1941-three

i1 e to be shipped loving families and Gainey last Sunday were Cadet C. M. Turney was in Clinton, S. C., : Strangely enough, when the guns days before Pearl Harbor. He BRADFORDENGINEERING
} Watching West Point, Mrs. are silent the music of the Philippine -
i Perry Galney of for several days the first of the .__.__ was Immediately called back Into
, .: .. .-. A. F. Raulerson ana cnuaren 01- week to attend a meeting of the, blyd.ane continues. In the service and has been in the Army
Okeechobee Mrs. RrB. Rauleraon directors. early morning It beats anythingI've ever since, spending most of the

and daughter and Miss Juanita Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. heard yet. Warblers, cooers, time with a Hospital and Train- CO.

Weeks of Pahokee, Mr. and Mrs. Brannen Monday night were Mrs. chlrpers and even honkers and ing Unit at Stark General Hos-

R. W Branning'' and daughter, R. B. Raulerson and daughter, squeakers all combine to make pital, Charleston, S. C.

Pauline 'of Ralforcl and Mr. and Nadine, of Pahokee and Mrs. A. that rooster-crowing back home Although unmarried at the timeof
4! 4't and childrenof seem colorless Indeed. There is a J. MAURICE EDWARDS
Mrs. Mack Collins T. Rauleraon and children of his enlistment, Moody now has Mgr,
certain weird cry of a night bird
Brooker. Okeechobee. wife and two children. He is
r4 X a
:. Henry Shaw of Jacksonville was Pfc Jim Ritch of Alexandria, that is something extraordinaryto the son of Mr. and Mrs. O. B.
Thomas Mon- hear. He sounds as if he were PHONE 94
Mrs. Mary
viHitlng La., is spending a 15-day furlough
of Bridge.
Moody Long
i ,j; b day, with Mrs. Ritch at the home of high In the sky lonely and des i
r ; ? Sowell and Miss Mary pairing. I would like to know
L. W. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hundley. Dur- ,
In Starke on business what it is.Enemy Realty Sales
Mott were ing his stay Pvt. Ritch has visited

}" ._z :_: -tdl Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Clemons, his his mother brother in and Shelby sister-in-law, N. C.,, and Mr. view from our territory location Is, consistingof in plain F. C. Hollingsworth, local real We Can Furnish You With All Sizes

Miss\ Yvonne Harrell and Mrs. and Mrs. Sanford Rltch in Staike. summits and ridges at some estate agent, announced this week Concrete Building Blocks Gravel Sand\
shopping in die tan c e from us, with other the following recent sales from
N. G. Hayes Mrs. Lynwood Watts and son,
his office: Mortar Mix and Cement
Monday.Mr. points dtps peaks-held by
Gainesville Lynwood, Jr., are with Mrs.
and Mrs W. W. Rabon of Watts' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lor- the U.S. Infantry. We can hear The sale of the 80 acre L. G.

Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. enzo Cox, In Sopchoppy having the firing up there and yester- Johns property in Hampton to ALSO

Buelah Harrell Thursday. been; called there on account of day a dive bombing raid, staged Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kauba of

.4r1r ; < Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton and children the illness of Mr. Cox. Friends by our P-47s, added up to an : Brooklyn, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. READY MIXED CONCRETE

Thomas and James and T hope for marked Improvement in Interesting' show. The planes Kauba are arriving in Novemberto DELIVERED TO YOUR JOB

tl ,. t > B. Edwards, were v 1 s I ting in hIs condition soon. would dive at the mountain top, occupy the place. ,

34cM'r Tampa last weekend.Mr. Mr, and Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde then straighten out, while below The sale ota 2" acre plot on

and Mrs. F. E. Russ and and children, Jane and Henry, them smoke and flame spurted in- Road 28 by Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
i Jacksonvilleon to the air and heads WE CAN INSTALL ALL TYPES
son Edwin were la visited Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johnsat unwary Jap Bush to Emery Reynolds. Mr.

business Thursday Belle, Glade for several days were also boosted Into the breeze.Of Reynolds operates a shoe repair HARD TILE AND ASPHALT TILE.
Pasco Green and son, course, we must assume the shop on Walnut St.
the week.
during past
Bobby of Zellwood spent a few Clinton Bradley of Jacksonvilleis latter detail, as from our dis- A 25 acre farm on Road 28 Let Us Give You An Estimate -

days last week with Mr. and Mrs. with his grand-parents. Mr. and tance casualties are not visible. owned by Mr. Hollingsworth was

yea Wilson Russ. Mrs. J. H. Hundley for an extended However, we have very good old to Stanley E. Durand of I
Mrs Cecil Moore was in Gainesville stay. reason to know that every such Massachusetts and the 11 acre Let Us Build Your Post War Home

on business Monday., Rev. and Mrs. Ray Y. Waldenof raid Is quite, effective. James place to John V. Johnson. I
of Texas la -- --
Sgt. Clifton Hayes Lake Butler were guests of -
Spending several days with his Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Watts last

mother, Mrs. Edna Hayes and Friday.

other relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen

and Miss Pauline Brannen attended MIGHTY I
Station -
$ sweethearts In Pennsylvania U LUC Kt

'lonely, New he Is York, when, he a pretty realizes young how'I the a home family of Brannen's Sunday par-at \

loses a shoe. He finds it ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Galney,
) typist In Brooker in honor of Cadet H.

for her, and there starts which a whirl-culminates P. Gainey, Jr. who was at home "
I J Jp4 wind 48 hours together for
from West Point for seven days.
In a hectic wedding.
Petty Officer 2-c and Mrs.
CALL von DIOOI Enlce Brad a'haw and children, t

i I J A> 1'Seated. o. and bide storage. for eonntructlon building will' ofgsrs Enlce, Jr., Sarah Ann and Carol ((1
A MNr lf \
b. received by the City Council at of Atlantic Beach: were with Mr. :
until 'office in Starke, oriduee and Mrs. R. H. Cox last week-
S:30: P. FJ.W.T..on :
I day the 19th day of Juno, 1845, at end.Visitors
I which time and place all bide and re- of Mr. and Mrs. E. G.
onlved wilt be publicly opened
rend. aloud. Land last week-end were Mr. and
I Instruction* to bidden and plan. Mrs. Roscoe Land, Mrs. Sullivan, i

and at the upeclflrntlon office of man City be Clerk obtained of'I' Mra Mary. Hodges and children, ,' '

Htarke, Florldn Edwin,. Dempsey and Richard, all \ \ '
..... ... \
The mild City Council r rv of & .We're already on his doorste
the right to waive any Informal-! .
SPREPWater tie..* In or to reject any or all Mra. Corrinne Sadler of Memphis $ 't His Imperial Majesty and i all

b'U' *. Term.- and Misses Edna Con-
CITY OP BTAnKB, gibbering Nips are getting )
By Carl Johnu, atser and Billle Rose of Jackson-
1f :
1 e "H/ada/ 7' 5-la Bt 6-15 City Clerk. ville have returned to their respective ;r ? taste of flame, death and d.trudlon.

IN CIRCUIT' roiitr. im.i>FoiinOOI'NIY. homes after having visited J ,,,, .E And here's more b
..1.0 IU I>."| IV: CHANCKHV. ; '
WALL Miss Rose
PAINT I Lee Dunbar for a- / ? + S news for our enemiesth
Haiti. Hnydrr T>empney, Plaintiff. bout ten days. Loan If''j
Mighty 7th War
Itnlph T. Uvrnpney. Defendant.Case
be amazed .t how quickly and VH. Karen Johnson from the Meth-
No 8794cmnnm i unit
?N, 4a ...Iy you can brighten drab ; OF PFHL.ICATION odist Orphanage a,t Enterprise America's assurance of a
yd up room ANn NOTICE! TO APPEAR came :Monday for a two weeks' people and a united will t
with SPRED. Ont !STATB; OF FLOIUDA to: Ralph
coal covers! No /
... Dempsey, whose reeldenc. le 1019 stay with members of the Com- hasten Victory and bring
>P ftcr-otlort No brush nurksl) nary to North Street. Portsmouth Virginia munity Club. The Club has been
You are required. to appear on t 4. boys home.
wish-. .,. clean longer! Com )I. June 15th, 1946, In the above named Karen's sponsor for some time I. !
Cody and] lIt Court and cnu e, wherein plaintiff but this Is her first visit to the .
1 us show you by dtmoo seeks divorce and cnntody of Farm. j4fJg4vvJ .
nratloa/ that SPRED Is .child Bradford County Telegraph r .
superior to "hall'Iublltth thin Order In next Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd -/
kai } i "A ordinary water-thinned p.latdM'V four weekly Inaues.Wltnenit . returned Monday from Atlanta
my hand and official SEAL
n( 3 C't74ft 'eI eenl at Starke, Florida, thli May' and Ringgold. Ga., where they
< e ie YR\
c'c OOPat; 1
Safin 19411OKFICIAD
4ge w
{, visited relatives. V rpt
( SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs \ L'
4tr i Clerk of nail Court With their little daughter, San- \ '
1lon.,i .n. It. Duncan, SIT I-vneH dra, Mrs Calvin Williams went to HIS
1IIIIIlIn. .InckBO n v II I J I... Florida
)98M Atty. for Pit. ;-J5 4t -IF Atlanta, Ga., hut Wednesday to
meet Sgt. Williams who Is on a

$ 5'a . just like mother thirty day furlough following almost DOOM
three years' service In the

l _ GALLON used to make" Pacific area. They will be in gD
( PASTS ) various Georgia points before :
a'' I s everybody''
I GALLON PAST MAKIS coming to the Farm. You -

ri 4 I'A GALLONS PAINT Friends of Mr. and Mrs. R. W, .. the mIght of your do
LAPPE50ceJ Brannen will be interested in lis
to the might of out
knowing that theIr
nephew, Pfc / ;
..,.."-' "'--.-..JttUl. .. James W. Beasley of Lake Butler Ing men -Bay MOll<
Is now at home. Pfc Beasley wasa -* BIGGER BONDS
prisoner of the Germans and '

was liberated May 2.

Mrs. C. H. Cope and Gene- Cope
went to Jacksonville Monday to -
visit Mrs. Ada Hubert. Temple Ave. Phone 147

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C.

m sy-s Davis last week-end were Mr. and
4 ACtlOHREfErlTOR Mrs. Clifford Rhoden Miss Lor- thWAR

ine Rhoden and Clifford Rhoden, LOAMPAOli

ACID INDIGESTION Jr., of Waldo, and Mr. and Mr "

J. B. Strickland and son, Johnnie,

of Graham. Clifford Rhoden Jr.,

was a German prisoner for a long

time, was released recently and :

/ t 1 arrived in Waldo Sunday.WAR \
1 A
113 E. Call Street -,4. .. "!
b 1


W'KQMr| ltr ..UNIor

rrMt-Tisrrp >AINTS so
row CAN op n rbuniu* Drug Store BONDS

w. ,ohy l$,re,, ,#r




. . e \V. Packham over the week-end. =-

a as Mr and Mrs. Frank Merritt of IN: rutrriT (COI'UT liii 'OFOII" IN (
fouiiT. >\DFOIIII j
Lake Butler visited their uncle sE1vcF coi'vrr.' ,. Fi.oimtti .v 'IIAN./ ( COI'vTY' Fl.Oltlltll IX (....,1\1-
: IPAIQAlDlI rtinr.MaMo (-KHY.Dnrothln.
eCdessa and aunt Mr. and Mm, R. :M.: : ttyrd. Plaintiff, VII. Toward Mae. Warren, I'lalntltfJ va. f
Hersey Sunday.Mrs. !Byrd: Defendant, ('*.", No 11'9. lasso Wesley) Warren, 1)efendant. ,
Case No. S80J.on .
ounrcii OF ritHUicATioN
r H. E. Moorer and sister, SOT W. 0. IVOOTEN, .IK. ANn NOTICE TO Al'PUAll men!' t*' PITBCIPATIOXANI 1
D. Gar- Mrs. Lottie McGllvey of South IS COMMENDED: I S. "ROT.' OEO. S. CIIAMHKKS: I EDWARD O. SAXONON STATI OP PLoniPA to. ttdwnrcl > NOTICE! TO Al-l'KAH
d lr! ) Wyman Miami visited their slater AT btlIt BASK!' DEPOTS I Hyi-cl., whose resldenee !I. unknown. HTATK OK. K1XIIIto: lasso I
for Thomas- Mrs.E. Staff Sgt Wm. C. AIRCRAFT CARRIER 'V..I..yV..rr..n, whose restdeuee.s I
Friday night a 10- S. Sibley last week. son of Mr, Woolen. Jr.. S. George S. ( You are, required', to appear on, General Delivery, Caruthersvlile,
afte, spending and Mrs. W. C. Wooten ; Chambers Edward G Saxon, son of Mr. July 2nd 1945 h the above immi-il .Mlxsuurl.
P. Dick Gladys Bundy and W. of son of Mr and Mrs I Court and cause, nhi-reln plaintiff,,
T.: H. Lawtey T E
Johns has Chambers
; with 111rL been commended I I and Mrs. W. A. Saxon of Hamp- seeks divorce Cimtixly anil maintenance You are required to appear on I
family pent last Tuesday afternoon with for "marked perserverance and of the State Farm. spent ;, ton has been advanced to the of Chlldmn', tYndfnrrt Jnly and, 1945 In the above named, !
d F. Thorn- their cousin, Grace Dickinson.Mrs. attention to V-E Day on the job helping ready rank of County. Telegraph. shall\ publish this Court Hnd cause, wherein plaintiffiieeka
John I duty" according to I I Seaman 1st Class, aboard Order In next four w.-ekly Innum.Wltncint divert Bradford C'nunty
nd S. R. Swindell, Mrs more combat Telegraph| \ thin Order
for Baltimore James I an announcement planes and equipment an aircraft carrier In (he Pacific. my hand and nffirlalseal In next four.Ial\'I.lIhll.h wtekly l .
Wednesday Pfc Thornton is Swindell and Mrs. A. H. Kelsay by Headquarters, for Immediate action! wherever -I Winding up his second year aboard 26th. at U45.Starke, Florida, this !Mar my hand and uea.Wltnemi official

where F4lirs Ceo. G. Meade. were in Starke on business last 63th Army Air- they might be needed. He this carrier, Saxon has (OFFICIAL BRA.) A. J. Thomas, Neal at Starke, Florida, thin May
Is JO. 1945.
at stationed
and Thursday.We at the let t Base AirDepot seen action In task force strikes Aa Clerk of said Court,
G.: Jarrell ways Communications (OFFICIAL 8KAT> A..T. Thomas,
H. ted Mrs. are sorry to hear that Mrs. Warrlngton, England, and against the Marshall Islands, lion, 1. S, Harrlunn, TMW TCxrhnnge. I iChrk of maid Court I
visi S
Jack80nvUle A. l>. Sullivan is on the sick list y s tern Is one of the Crack Air Service Truk. Palau. Formosa, Okinawa Itulldlnff, Jacksonville Pint-Ida lion T. Frank andrutn, filarkeFla.
lolr and Mrs. W. Group with Atty. fur Plf. 6-1 U 4-J1 Alt), for tit. t-l 4t a-3i;
parents, andP'8\ wish her a speedy re which he Is Command team who pitched in and the Philippines. He also participated I
covery. to back the air assaults that helped in the battle for Leyte
01' tPPI.lctTIOV: FonT Rev. Hogarth of Palatka filled 9 the overseas In knock Germany out of the Gulf and In operations supporting
t"1111I OOKI ve.)tHfl2) his regular appointment here Sat- Theatre. war. Since their work began, ; Invasion of the Ryukyua. 4 !
'"se Itl HEREBY t OIVENr1 ot urday night and Sunday. these men dispatched 415,000: tons *
; Broertlflcate holder hao tUed Mrs. Leon Tomlinson and daughter ,, The commendation of air corps supplies, assembledand JAMES DELMAR BELL

for .a tax dead to were visiting her parents, Mr. made by the 1 modified 12.000 combat planes, HOME ON LEAVE
:prate therlon. The issuance c..rtltlcat.nd then and Mrs. R. W. Hersey this week. personnel officer, and repaired or overhauled more James Delmar Bell F 1-c, Is

,nd of y.Rr the propert and Mrs. W. D. Garrett, Grace Dick- states thatIt: than 30.000 aircraft engines. back home from the Pacific, ,

In which It was a..oe..ed1I0wo inson and Ruth Sibley were visit- is with great Sgt. Chambers) has been over- spending a 23-dny leave with his

., lo: 285, Year of I.I isn ing In Starke last Wednesday aft- pride that I wish seas since August 1943 and before mother, Mrs. E. T. Reynolds of
te Jie
ernoon. to com mend s. that was employed at Dale Starke. I
: Property S II Twp.. Sgt. William C. Wooten '
; ot Jr. for
I 5 Mrs. Arthur Mllllken and child- Mabry Field near Tallahassee. His
II'" ot S I:'4 130. his marked Mrs. Reynolds had not seen her I
Contl1lnlOlr 5 Acres spending some time perserverance and attention wife, Bertie M. Chambers also
E. assessed: Un- ren are here to son for almost two years and his ,
In which with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. duty during the period lives at the State Farm. coming was a most pleasant sur
June 23, 1944 to .
.ald property being In L. Sullivan. April 194$ prise.
of He
'y' of I1radtord. State Mr. and Mrs. GarfIeld Johns has contributed much toward Pfc LEONARD BRYANTIN Bell has recently been engagedin
the success of the
loch certificate or certl.11 and son, Grady, spent Friday 65 AACS mission of the CITED UNIT the battle of Okinawa and is a
hfIdl be r emdescribd I evening with Mrs. Delaney Dickinson Group. Pfc Leonard Bryant, son of happy to be home again. 9 to 9 Dally
prop certltleate. wlU and family. "During the formation of the Duncan Bryant of Raiford, Is a Restaurant Hours r : Except Tuesday i ii !

_tIhethighest the bidder tint at Mon-the W. S. Sibley, Cpl. and Mrs. W. Group, Sgt. Wooten participated member of the 338th Infantry STANLEY BENNETT ,\ t
I door on July, 1945. I D. Garrett,' Grace Dickinson and In the exacting work of organization. Regiment, recently awarded the AT MIAMI 11KACII ;

,,Ie' 2ndlday of .Jul), : ,Ruth Sibley were visiting: Mr. and He accompanied the ad- Distinguished Unit citation for Pvt. Bennett, of ,,1
Stanley son
2nd dR) A..1.tThomas'. Glisson In Lake vanced echelon in the having taken and secured high t
J 6 SEAL) Bradford i Mrs. Craig Geneva early stagesof Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bennett of ld
Court oflorida movement France ground II Pass ,
'Ircult Thursday afternoon. across from dominating Giogo
8-29 : Starke Is being processed 1 through
8-8 U "I
the Normandy beachhead to Paris while the -ITIffh-.--.. -A.- -m...V, knifed !
the KeuiRtri but Ion Station in
at all times demonstrating: outstanding through the Gothic Line, one of

Old Sarge's Place duty in initiative spite of and adverse devotionto con- between the last great the Allies barriers and that complete stood Miami served Beach six will months be where his a next rifleman assignment He- FLAVOR I I ALL I THEIR OWN I ,J, .' 1

ditions. I victory over the enemy'in Italy. in the European Theatre, wherehe I
"Sgt. Wooten is to be com-
was wounded in action. He
RKE'S ORIGINAL mended especially lor his assist- RICHARD CUNNINGHAMAT : returned to the States several

ance in building the personnel AMPHIBIOUS BASE months ago and has been at FLORIDA FRIED FISH
RMY section of this organization bothIn Richard D. Cunningham, 18, Welsh Convalescent Hospital Day-
the advanced echelon and dur- son of Mrs. Blanche Cunninghamof tona Beach .

ing the expansion program. He Lake Geneva, is at the amphibious rind HUSH '
TOREAuthorized performed his duties to the best training base, Little Creek, the Navy's Invasion vessels.

of his ability, working long hours Va., training; serve aboard a He is preparing for duty as a

en rSSrrrSr'. \ / and striving for perfection." landing ship, medium, newest of motor machinist's mate. PUPPIES'j

-- -

6 The 'War Department PRAISES: KKD: CROSS

Rotenburg, Germany 5 SUPERIOR i 'j
May 31, 1945
OperatedBy Editor Telegraph: 4 (. in every sense of fine and upright ,

Ex-Soldier I was reading your article a- modern serving and unusual carefulnessin ''i
an bout Billy Jackson and what he
had to say about the Red Cross guarding against needless expense '.

and the girls who work for It. I _.bDEWITT -- ;;1 ,
--- i
am here to say that they have .' RECIPE
been doing a grand job over here, ".b, roll Sn 001'1h. '1
ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES all through the war. Our's Is a C. JONES R salt end p.Dp taco r 6..1", hoe tat.t rya ij

combat outfit and we have been .al. an drop ,i I
and JEWELRY tn '
right up In the front lines. A AMBULANCE SERVICE ante orlo a 6 on17 of 00" ----_ _ _.. .J i dga.h
couple of times we were surrounded Yl- 1. "
tepa '
.. Funeral Director lopplal 1)0",6., ., N
by the enemy and had to fight bating Onion .. \ '
our way out, and yet those girls STARKE PHONE TOur ......,. tOpO' rtn.ll 104 f,
Suslow'sArmy L 1 .rlr w.11. i
en are not afraid to go right up to salt aD4 :. aD" beat .A4i -+ ,

the front and serve hot coffee local funeral home enables us to, ::."", ..'n.a tape taco:. Ca' = n
and doughnuts to the boys. offer conveniences'' and services not sap .n4 4.07 tote
One time I remember we had otherwise available. ., '. ..,U" G. rota sae CaiOA.,,r"
Store _blob tb. fish o M 01'0.,0'W* \ Mto
three girls and a Mobile Club out arc I rentll i
4e" _*- >' */" 1
at our position and while they a to .

"., Call Street Starke, Fla. were serving the men, three HOSPITAL EQUIPMENTThis 55ta 1\0"\,'aitp'.,e1118 j.d Oa'1 Y e ,\ ,
planes came to
enemy over strafing. "
: - -I_--I .v Some of the shells hit within equipment is available for use in the home at a nominal eclat drile t 6 ,
Me0'el' "
I three feet on their truck, but charge. Our service includes delivering to the home, both locally t i

: there was no one to be seen when and la the surrounding territory, and setting up this equipment.
the shooting was over. Girls boys
'set l eAtnding and all were in foxholes, knee- 't\ithabottle/ of. .1 Ir i "

deep with water because it had .

Center Bar"LAN just stopped raining. So you see
'those girls have a great deal to

do when they are over here in mellow ;l i i

the field. PORTALS
>" Some of these girls have been \
Ie teshln \ over here longer than I have and j' f
\\0'1 t ard'I I've been here 15 months, whichIs it, :
no short time.

.& Most all Club Mobile Units EARTH j
: tetaa8utaadlaff work out of Corps of Division !

Headquarters and when an outfit .

4\e wants a group to come up front i
-, in to lead the
: they send someone ,

girls out so they won't get lost. 1 Beer L
." 40 50 .
,.i'' If their headquarters is or
.' ", .'
,:j ",, :,,: .. miles from the takes place all they are to I
it usually day
.<, ,
," .. make the trip. One of the girls "
drives the truck all the time and ct I

that Is a man's size job alone- == 1

I even if you have good roads. If == : a

not It Is two men's Job, all on one = 1

II N G girl. And I'm telling you that = 6 Fried Fish and Hush ,,
when you ride that far over some a?
of these rough roads it Is enoughto Puppies have come rarr"
CENTER put you In the hospital. So == straight from the pio. F !
the way I look at it you just + f
can't give these girls enough dt.hiiiiiii: == neers' cabins of the a

credit. Southeast into the limelight

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e ep9 11th day of ales Vie 100
of said Court, this feet
? SGT. ANDERSON'SCOLUMN shortly after noon and set up for I the same topic was given by Mrs June, A. D. 1945, In Stark: Bradford 71 degrees IS minutr1 thence, rut )i\
Church Wllaon. Count, Florida. feet, thence run N, W t..
Mrs. Cora Norcross Baptist I business. Soalmo wa BO badly I Ira A. J. THOMAS (SEAL) minutes E. 1&.00 ,.I tr. hasp. .,
silent .
A five-minute prayer Clerk of Circuit Court, Bradford N. 72 degrees I 1E
W Interment was held In Crosby Father's Day will be observedthis (Continued from page one) rattled over the sight he'd Men given for our boys and J girls In County, Florida.Haxter for zao.oo Water feet to tit, i::net looter.:' im'):
H Are /ake Cemetery Wednesday after- Sunday at the morning hour that he lost all controV over his service. Plaintiff& Clayton 8-16 4t 7-6 degrees Street III mimeo the,, p' 'un lint 8 ji jiNast I
lay7 witha
Several Jap there English, relapsed into Vlsayan. A new member was welcomedInto line of Wal,, '
i, iPjnikyIfeet
loon for Mrs. Cora Louise Nor- 'of worship at the First Baptist to I ,, ;
little round liohYdead center Never have I seen a man take the Council and Mrs. Louise NOTICE] 01 1I.'IoJ\L! M.t'ITEns point ,
All the
crosa. Her body waa shipped to Church. The Pastor's message between the> eyes, attesting to charge of a shovel with the enthusiasm Newmann invited the group to NOTICE IS' HEREBY M 4 I.H GIVEN that Ing In the above NorthS. ,, ,':,*.rlnftl"but, I J:

DeWltt C. Jones from Drookllne 'will be "The Greatest Father"The the uncanny accuracy of Uncle I Soslmo displayed when meet at her home on Lafayette Under and by virtue of a Final the Southeast Quau, t. "f""I.I'f 10,1,,
Twenty-plght ,
Mass. where services were held hour of evangelismwill Hum's rlflrani-n. Many of the In for the June 21. Decree of foreclosure made and (It) i \ 'lit
evening we began digging St. for the next meeting rendered on the 12th day of May (6) South, Rang' ,'hl pp
TueHday. She WM 03 years old open with a half hour of little yellow men were drew night. I didn't do so bad myself! All members are urged to at- A. I). 1945.:; by the Honorable. A. Z. (22) Kast, In Ih,. l,"''"af', ''
Ifr and a former resident of Staike. I In G. I. khakln, a favorite Nip tend and friends and families are Adklntt, Judge of the Circuit CourtIn Bradford County, pl'",'ifla, ,
!, singing, favorite songs and trick, hut this time they fowled and for Bradford County, FlorIAn Special Ma.. r |.: ,!P'IIIt\o3J' \
Methodist ChurchThe cordially invited 1 sitting! In Chancery, In favorof |In phl!' \I)
choruses with the message by the no one but thrmwlvm. Eva L.. Fernandez, as Executrixand Joe Hill Williams 'Lake
I under the Last Will Florida. IcIG.r tOt < Bu
Pastor, "Where Art Thou? e Vacation Church School of and Testament of W. K. Yarbrouch.derrased 8-15, 3t 8-29\ '1'lalhtlfIN l t

Sunday School at 9:45: studies A ratio of thirty-six to one is the Methodist Church will start iv ('lJu..r co i'IIT.'Ol'NTV 111t".011l a.. plaintiff, and against -

Leaders of "The Way". Training not bad, not bad at all. Triple Monday June 18. All children .('E11 Y. FLOUIUtl IV CiltN Blandlnif corporation Center defendant, Incorporated, the under-, a ("COUNTY ruin IT FLOIIJ\J\('01 It'I',,its\(

Unions met at 6:45: to discuss the star General Robert L. Eichel- from three years up will be wel- Doris Liyal Realty Marsh Plaintiff, signed ax Special Master. In Chancery CNRY.Bclnvenida. IV tget
World. Elmer Arthur Marsh, defendant. will offer for wale before the Mr I.orena"
for Better vs.
Responsibility a berger, Eighth Army commander, come to attend. ,
. Case No. 3838. South Front Door of the County Plaintiff, v. Stephen >
' 1 All ages are welcome to these came up during the' morning, Featured among the activitieswill ORDER OF PUBLICATION Court House at Starke, PTadford fendant. Cam No. 'Alhrocbt;
; W 19 lf1 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR County, Florida, during the legal ORDER OF
meetings heard the story Raw the evidence, be singingworship by use STATE OF FLORIDA to: Elmer hours of ale on : AND NOTICE:PPItl'Arl>
Next Wednesday the Brother and turned to our General Martin. of visual-aid demonstration study, Arthur Marsh whose address la. % MONDAY, JULY- SECOND, 1845 STATE OF FLOninAPI *

MANUFACTURERS OF hood of the Church is sponsoringa "Clarence," he says, "I want handicraft, recreation. A beautiful Raton H. T., New Robinson Mexico.., 728 6tla Street and bent will bidder sell therefor to the for highest cash and the Stephen Albrecht] Albrecht whose 32B2V artV.8,1'> '.*!

picnic at Strickland's Beach on those two sergeants awarded the certificate will be given for You are required to appear on following described lands. .situate Military I'o I Ice, A P o ", III
Blocks Silver Star and award the other regular attendance July 16th, 1945, In the above named lying and being. In Bradford County Postmaster San Francl.Vo, C fl
Concrete Klngsley Lake. Starting in the i Court and cause, wherein plain Florida, to-wlt nla. ".
", J'1 and until men In the squads the Bronze Subject for the morning sermon tiff seeks divorce and restoration Beginning at a concrete monument You are required h,
I afternoon continuing Star" Next day the awards will be, "Two Important of maiden name. Bradford County at the New Southeast cor- July 16th 1945, In the akova appeg
9:00: in the evening. All are Invited made to the 30 Sunday Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn ner of Call and Water Streets, ed Court and cause, wherein,
were deservingmen of Life". The Issues. tiff seek. D4
to attend the above services Questions next tour weekly Call Street being Eighty Feet divorce and
BUILDINGMATERIALS with appropriate ceremony.The choir will give a special number Witness. my hand and official wide, In the City of Starke, Flor- of maiden name. Bradford TO'lo"lI
and, feel welcome to the Houseof Florida, this June 18 Telegraph shall Co
two soldiers who killed the 15 seal at Htarke: ida thence run S. 72 degrees publlHh thus
the Lord. I and everyone Is invited to attend. Uth 1945.OFFICIAL. minutes. E along the South :line In next four weekly |Iasua. Ott
Saps and then, died were posthu- Congregational singing of ( SEAL) A. J, Thomas., of Call Street :220.00 feet, thence .Witness my hand and ,1N, .
mously awarded Silver Stars also. A. Clerk of said Court.T. run S. 17 degrees 65 minutes. W. seal at Starke, Florida.
.Paint Roofing familiar hymns will be featuredat Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida 2500 feet; thence run S 72 degrees 13th, 194&. Ihl'I,
!><) YOU KVOW ABOUTROACHES Although we arrived a matter the evening service. Sermon Atty. for Plf.! ._ 6-10 4t 7-6 18 minutes E. along theSmith ((OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Tho
Hardware WalIboards: of hours after. the banzai, the for right of way line of Stats As Clerk of .aid Court
8, ? American Instinct of showmanship topic will be, "No. Man Cared IN T.nJ1 OF TUB STATEor Highway No. 261 280.00 feet, T Frank Lnndrurn. Stark. PI *,
My Soul". FLORID* thence run S. 17 degrees 55 mln- Atty. for Pit. Mt ii iiDon't .
1e' When you fight roache you try had already asserted itself, TO DOVIE LOUISR HECHTIt
: _... ._ _._
rid of them all, not Just An old-fashioned watermelon ,,_____ -- ---
to (r"t and the Justly proud Infantry appearing by affidavit filed In 0: --
kill few that can hit
the you
at the service -
with Hpray or dust or that walk boys had on dlxpluy beside the cutting was enjoyed this certain cause of action now

Into a powder by accident. road a museum of Jap rifles, men's party Thursday even- pending In the circuit court, Eighth FATHER'S DAY
ANNISBUILDING Ing in the recreation building. Judicial circuit of Florida Bradford
machine mortar, -
: I K3DIt guns grenade These events are held each Thursday County, In chancery, and a.* a
*, bayonet, knives and part of the allegations of the bill
KILLERIS and all service men and
Hwords after the at- night E.
' gathered of complaint wherein Victor
i. : DIFFERENT their wives are invited to enjoy plaintiff and Doyle Louise I '

I Roaches. They eat dry It up because and die.they Safe likeIt. tack.We reached our destinationIN ,bite hour of fellowship, which includes Hecht la the defendant diligent: and search It beIng 4 t I JUNE 17th

to use. Non-poisonous to man i songs, games and refreshments shown after
( and Inquiry was. made. that the
and pet riiirriT "In'II'r BRAI>IOIIIICOUNTY. .
SUPPLY FLOIIlntl I IN CHAM' defendant's last known address. was I
15c and 25c pkgs. t'IOIIY.Ronnie Prayer Meeting each Wednesday as. follows: Mrs Dovle Louise Hecht,

a. Huffman Defter, Plaintiff at 8 p. m.Christian ..' Alton Alabama and the relief prayed 1, ?1 WE' HAVE A FINESELECTION
vs. Harold Shuford Letter Defen- In said cause of
Depot & Pleasant Sts. for therein
Sistrunk Feed and dant. Cans Nn.* 311311. action Is. a divorce; and t It '
ORDER OF PUBLICATION the defendant's.
I Phone: 1325Gainesville Seed Co. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ChurchThe place appearing of ;residence that and address. Is OF
beyond the boundaries. of the Stateof (

Fla. STARKE, nORmA Shuford% A. 1.Letter Defter, whose Malden address South Is executive" meeting of theWomen' aries Florida of jurisdiction and beyond the of. this bound. or \ GIFTS THAT DAD

Mfg by MePhull Product Carolina.You Council of the First any similar court having similar
Orlando' Via. are required to appear on Christian Church was held Thursday jurisdiction In cause. of action of WILL,
July 16th, 1946, In the above nam- This. character, .and that tile defendant -
ed Court .and cause, wherein plain- June 7 at the church.: Is. not In the state of Florida
tiff seeks divorce and restorationof
The called to order whereby the service of a summons.
meeting was
%' i 1s' maiden name, Bradford CountyTelegraph !In chancery In this cause nt ,action
next. four shall weekly publish Issues.this. OrderIn by Mrs. Lester Kite, president anda could be ,served upon, who would

Witness my hand and official prayer was offered by Mrs. bind the defendant, and therefore

; Heat at Htarke, Florida, thin. June W. G. Andrews. Mrs. Hairy !Ion It Is the necessary defendant to secure by this service order up-ol .. r r"

) 13 v J (Uth. 1045OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas Lappe gave an inspiring talk on publication. and that .this order of
4 Issued.It
.a, An Clerk of said Court.T. "The Christian Religion and Other publication
4 ordered that thedefendant
e' Frank Landrum, Staiko. Florida IB therefore BILLFOLDS PIPES
Races. A In hereby required
I VEnYBODY Atty. for Plf. 8-15 4t 7-6 special reading along
appear In the said reuse of action
9 ---- - .----< _.__ ,, on or before the 16th dav of July
t l FlYJ0Y5. I''ATA'C': p'r - -- dl, I ... _"___> h' .. .
; 1915; ntherw xe IIIH nuKm nniw ui TOBACCO PIPE" POUCHES
\T.-- Bald bill of complaint will be taken : or ;:
lOll confessed nnd n decree pro confesses -
entered arralnnt her.

EVERY BRANCH' OF order Tt Is be further published ordered once each that week this SHAVING SETS & BRUSHES

k. J The PARK CAFE for four consecutive weeks In the
Bradford Co un t y Telesranh, a
newsnaner of general circulation

FloridaOIVHN' I
o : unto niv hand rind official
seal this 12th day of June, '
> Delicious Regular Meals 194& CIGARETTE CASESSTATIONERY -
> A.r; T1TO'TA3SRAi..)
Clerk of the Circuit court fJf Bradford
Healthful Vegetable Plates Countv. Florida.
Joseph D Pico. Oalnesvlll" Attorney -
for Plaintiff 6-15 4t 7-6

Short OrdersSalldwiclles AGENCY&i -

ITHK C.ncI'I1' C Of U T 'or T
Constant Service Over '
50 Years
I-- i "". ,0111"F. Ii IITII .11 Hint,
IKCIIIIV \:1\11 FOR KllAUFoitit -
t tit , coi':vrr. Have Your Prescriptions Filled {Where You
O Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED KMA K. SNVINYRR.: joined

MtI 0 bv F., 8WINTER her huihnnd, WILLIAM Can Feel Assured They are CompoundedJust

FINEST WESTERN STEAKSIN --A- OLlVK"RUMpnU Plaintiffs. As your Doctor Orders.

YOUNG and his wife,
RtTA D YOtTNO. EVELYN Our Drug Department Is Most CompletectIIJFIFF's

0 1'ALTY Florida, COMPANY, Orlando, ,

? OF IT FIXED Many little FOR KENT-IT urn Irf h e d 4-room I Defendants
UNDER TilE NEW things are breaking1 up around house with electricity, 3H ml. out
the house these. days that you on toad 48, liodman Underhill. N01'IVKIt
Jerry ClirUtodoulou John ''Tlllako would replace If you could gel Is hereby ordered that you : '
lip ;
&. them. This Is Impossible, but are required to appear on the 9th ? ?
Alex Kovlourl. maybe I ran fix It. Ask for FOR SAt.K Corrugated: roof day of July A. D. 1945, before the
"'' open above entitled Court and to .
: Frank at Telegraph Office tl shed 30x480. feat. Write P. O. answer
the bill of complaint filed againstyou .
a,., ,e FOR SALE:-4, 6\ .& 8 room white. 2066 Jacksonville, or 6-16 phone 4tp In the above entitled cause, THE 3tesa & DRUG STORF
and the Bradford
County Telegraph
JKpaffluWHMIIHIHMBaJgMiaHgaCTffluia! H\HbmIIWtIJUICIRDI houses. Including plumbing and
electrical fixture. to be removed SPENCER SUPPORTS Individually la hereby designated a* the lIeWIIpap..r -
In which this order shall be PHONE 64 STARKE FLA.FiveFoot .
Located at Shamrock, Fla. Call designed Mrs. Bertha 30f ,
for Mr. Sims on the grounds and West Madison: St. pea.r"I"- published once a week for four
he will show 'ou.o'rlt.. P. O. consecutive week
rx} FOR SALE llox 9046, J a c)k.onvill. Phone WANTED TO RENT-For durationof WITNESS my hand and the seal 9A .. .. .... ---- _ _ _J__ ._ Y--
B-5092 6-15 4tp war, house on Klnitsley. Laic
with modern convenience. Write
FOR SALE 2, 4 .A 6 room colored
14E$44N (BY THE OWNER) Box 73. 6-8 alp
houses, to be removed. Locatedat
Shamrock. Call for Mr. 81ms
For aged ladle_

r Residential & Business Lots on you.the Write grounds or phnn.11092.P. O.and Box he S0.will a.8-16 Jack.eonville show 4tp. rate aired.wheel reasonable.chair Good or food bed Home, clean patients or. V >

FOR" SALE-I>unran Phyf. davenport .
upacloua .
rooms around Mm
With Light, Water and only, six prewar months construction|I50 oash..? used Also M. K. Smith. Waldo, Fla. 6-15 4t

Aladdin lamp and gasoline Iron. STRAYED--One
bin red brindle
('. V. Inglerlght, Keystone Hts., butt-headed
'. Sewage Connections cow with brindle
Flit. flstn mala yearling with black earn
will pay IS reward for being
IN' LIST! YOUR FARM CITY AND hut-up and notify D. (I. Kelly,

BUSINESS PROPERTY . Gen. Del., Btarke,. lip


See 1' A. Scott 605 Temple AvenueI RENT ...
r I) ; I Ora ..t ..T8ril... of <.<>... LEASEOn.

,I. *. O. Box: Z9. Phone 51 _' .__? sales try ...p.e f ..Ilemee,.. Has_made ParmaArreaoe. over_ 1 :year or more Martin AM*. A Il -: -
or aonner. by retired serviceman
Bayer free all over the and ,
qtr"4'' I I amMMiartawg!! ) ) ">aiaa>ffi aHffiTOtt8! I 1190>Q10W1 III 1IDOO1lJIIDQ I World. Free op." Iletlag. than four wlfHouRe room, with I not at more leant

.. E. STROUT REALTY AGENCY two acre land for garden and
chickens within walking distance l
Rt-pre..ntecl Locally fly of atorea. Furnished or unfurnished RidJidStepladder
F. IT. HOtXINGSUORTII first, letter.State price., full details f

118 So Walnut St. L

530 E. 236 St.
FOR SAI.E--On. International and
r -
one Chevrolet pick-up truck. Inquire Bronx 68, New York
at Stark Ice Co. tf

FOR SALE-Concrete block apart-
ment house, 3 apartments. Income FOR SALE-Cottage on lake, beau
I20& per month. Cheap for tiful location, electric lights, running -
oash. Shone '4. tfFUIl water. S rooms, bath and S3.69
large screened' porch completely' ;
SALE-IS or 16 head of feeder furnished.. 5 acres of land; suitable
hog H. A. Newsom. on farm for citrus. House well built
Attractive Home near Farmers' Market. Itp for permanent home, rood flre-
FOR SA1.K-Small wooden boxes place. 11,500 cash. C. V. Ingle-
and barrels.- Coca-Cola plant. lip right. Keystone Heights, Fla. NON-SLIP STEPS ,
e-t alp
:MATTRESSES!' of all kinds renovated -
Excellent Location ; furniture upholstered and ,v A:>iTJo Experienced tellers. and STEEL ROD BRACES
a reflnlshed Drop us a card. bookkeepers.; Apply Atlantic National
HASTINGS: MATTRESS CO., Box' Hank, Cam p Blanding.I -
hJb 130, Palatka, Fla. tf .-Telephone"'lor"l... T.930.II. Land, Manager ltp ft STURDY PAIL SHELF

$ 4t ; e ; Price $6,000 Half Cash WANTKIJ. -Someone to care for In- *

; 30 ROOMS vall.l. Call In person after 6 This Is the ladder every home should ha'8-,
\> m. or write Mrs. A. M. Kossl.

ALL FURNISHED Rte 1. Bug lit Starke. lip It'. sturdy, safe designed for many many

FOR HALl!--Radio. Ann Ruby, "My
Doll House" 100H 8. Walnut St. uses. Nationally famous for fine quality.

FOR YOUR WIFE Foil $Al Concrete mixer.and :2 V. _
OR PARENTS gasoline engines. D. A. Judd.
W. T. CLUTE REALTOR lUe. 2, Box 145. 6-15 atp
OM Heat In Each Room

FOR MAI.K-Milk row with 8-day J. P.
old heifer calf. Will milk IS to ROBERTS MOTORS
LARRY'S PLACE 5 gallons per day F. J. Shaw
119 EAST CALL STREET, STARKE Jtte. 1, llox a, Stark. Itp

Products, see Mrs Jack Edwards
44 1000 Feet From B Gate at Bdward-s Service Station .
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