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 29, 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: VID04921
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Old "Out of Gas" Gag JVorks Wherever

,,9[-eels Tile Girl . Even_ In A Motorboat Off The BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

I III 11 Jap-lIeld Island, Sgt. Anderson Says

Official County Publication Established In 1877
l'hlllPIlne IHlandHnewesl buddies, so he and I got shore ii -

In Srt2thacif leave and were royally wined and I VOLUME SIXTY-SKVKX; ..
'mkle !
,.ensorhIp'Jg- dined-I. e. we got hot meals and .
IC Ar'P dIvulge pastsubsequent shower baths-during the layover. 1 I ,.'

permIts days IU UI to We pent August and plArt Capt.ElmoStruth I I Ho We Stand In The 7th War Loan

a.ture 5 thirty,therefrom.tMI of September In Sarml, and Man And Child ;t, :
I caught.limps It was here that I leame!(

monthS ago. of what old ,ladles mean' whe: Quota: Amt. Sold Percent Must Sell
"dellllhted' Killed In Action I a '
st uineM It ,oiLed .o pretty they tell-It you ain't to no" go tGuinea" Die of Injuries ;j <-
cotnpllment. -
e, .A1....,. OtipeCanso As an added Sarml attraction Series E __ $1 4OOO_ 116117.25 55 $117,882.75Over ..

little SUB- a ,rip there tide wan, simultaneous n t"phoonand On Mindanao All __ $307,000$238,331.25.fct ; 76 68645.75 In Car Accident ?tLJ!}

the, exist- before all elements of our outfit "
fcI r .
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infinitea left the place III Septembei -- I
f ; :.f' ." :""W"i' i One man and a 16-months-old ', ,
and and what ;
I waxn'.t: washed awa chlM are dead and another
,,1 1 ha d- V was blown away. A cocoanu Bonds, Bought Through July 5th Count on Quota Is seriously Injured as the result man \

which we palm .killed two men In ouQnart'rmaster % of the collision two automobiles

to lalerere. company w hen i on the Camp Blanding road Sun
Tl>alpie the wind blew It down acl'OlIlItheir' day night about 9:30: o'clock.: .,
misguIded tent. A tree fell arrow The
occurred when a Y
wasJat the tent I had called home
until Inn Fort! sedan owned by Truby i '
MilneLhlch is Just, a week prior to the stormMy Red Cross Offices Servicemen With I Willis of Lake Butler and said to ':,',
guardian I
--- angel certainly
-on NeW'f eastern tip and* keeps .her eyes peeled.In i Receive Needed Stores to Close Long FurloughsDue John have been of the driven New by River Colonel> section A. n;;

fit s extreme time was an advam September we shipped out Repair and Paint For 4th of JulyS More Gas ran Into the rear of a car driven I j'" ,
of Sarml in convoy and made an by Harry S. Lovett a Decently ,V:'

base, later we teame d assault landing In the Molucci : The Bradford c0UhtY Chapter offices will take Its umial Servicemen with furlough of discharged> Amy veteran of Hush- (if

I da coat}* to Oro Bay amLt Island group, took possession
,the far east soil for thi the objective, and passed 'a pleasant been undergoing some badly need- next \Vrdne-Hlay, but there for additional gasoline, according MPa who Investigated the accident ',: \t: '

on a place called seven mouths there-the flea, ed repair and paint. work for the will to no celebration and the to recent OPA decisions. stated that Johns was attempting .' j
time near doubt remembei' est thing I've seen to the Hollywood ; past few weeks. day "Ill probably pass uneventfully Such gasoline will still be issued to pass the car driven '

-you no battle for Buna versions of the south seas Housed In the Armory, staffed for most towns on the basis/ of one gallona by Lovett and when almost a- ;.

ng,win-re tough and when MMk And now the Ph I by two paid workers and a corpsof peoplelio Mill merely'
US to turn back American soil-are IIIPPlnes-1 volunteers the Chapter has a rest from their workaday Office, but the former 30- on the road ahead and swervedback !

k.fln.t of began She rising sun. A place where-though struggled along for the past three tluks. gallon limit hIllS been lifted for into the rear of the other ,11:

orcle( Is brown-their/language/ is Enfllsh. years under conditions not very All 8oret, both drygoodt the benefit of released American car. The gas tank of Lovett'i t'l

pent nearly fout..JDOntha' their clothes familiar, their conducive to efficient work. How- and Krtx'rry will remain closCM prisoners of war who get leav car burst and exploded Into flames '. ,

una getting? WWHmate dwellings are houses and the ever, the fact that approximately all tiny, an will the bank, or temporary assignments for 60 and the car was completely ruined. 1 ,< ,

arning jungle tactic for towns have streets and sidewalk 10.000 servicemen sad their families the pout office, the city hall days In this country and for The force of the explosion opened 'c.

re, to come. visited, ,tvergrOw'1 }!, 4ndareth: _Filipinos glad to 8ee have been served by the and the courthouse. servicemen returning from over the doors, making it ponalblo l tot :',';

Sandanda TraU us Does a duck like water? Home Service Department of the About the only Institution seas with more than 30 days tho occupants: ,to.get out quickly.

the Japs put up ,such dei Captain Clarence Trout la our Red Cross, shows that regardless doing bintlncs-t-aa-iwual. will be leave. Johns' was carried to the

resistance, and I examine Counter Intelll g e nee Section - Q( conditions the Red Cross:'; in the Starke Rotary Club w hlch To secure these gasoline rations Regional Hospital at Camp handing -

constructed pill boxe8 comes from Red Lion, Pa. Re- Bradford Counly has and is doingits will hold Its. regular luncheon the servicemen merely needso where he died several} hours

verly gouts and rusted Jap cently, while the U.S.O. show Mrs.Capt.W. H.Elmo Struth R.- of Struth Starke son died of woik. meeting on that date .. show his furlough papers 'an<\ laler. \Vlliia is .tn the Lakeshore

ient Some of our equliemalna r "Over 21" wan on our Inland, he on Mindanao Island In the Phil- At the last meeting of the executive the mileage rationing record of I hospital Lak City and his condition .

there too. I found took a brace of the young showgirls Ipph'es on June 1 as a result of board bids were receivedfor 4 the car he Intends: using when Is illghtly .Improved.With .

II I the bones aren't In the boating In the C.I.C. motor wounds received in action, it was: painting. The offices have Exercises Close applying at his local board, OPA Lovett were> his wife and23monthsold

white-crossed cemeteries launch. They came rather close disclosed In'a War Department been redecorated and Venetian explained. daughter and his

for some Jap bones to a Jap held Island (you guessed telegram received here Saturdayby bl.niis: installed. At the same Vacation School Servicemen on terminal/ leave two. nlsters-In-law with their children ," ,\,

,caching there In the un. It) the motor stalled-for his wife. meeting the resignation of Mrs. are also eligible for furlough gasoline aged 10 and 22 months. The :

',gut we left Buna (In Aul- good. 'A heck of a place for Capt. Struth had been in the Junius Smith as Chairman of Ninety-six certificates were a- at the rate of one gallon a ia-nu*ith.-old child of a brother

New Guinea) and got our that old gag! Nope no oars. Pacific Theatre since August 1944 Volunteer Services was accepted.Mrs. wal'led'l'dnesday! night to children day OPA added but tho limit of who 1 In serving with the army In "

ate of combat at Wadkc- AU day they waved at patrol and had taken part In four major Smith Is resigning after two who have had regular attend- 30 gallons still stands1 In such Belgium died at the Dlandlng honltal ; ,
Dutch New Guinea. En: planes and late In the afternoon campaigns in the Philippines.He years of office: She has acceptedthe ance leconls at the highly successful cases. [> early.Monday inoinlng. The :
A P.T. boat was Vacation Bible School conducted dealt child's mother Mrs. Willie
were ,
here our ship stopped over had been a member of the Chairmanship of the Publicity Several days ago the agency ,
A !lent out to the rescue and at the Methodist Church Mao Lovett suffered slight ___, .
chhafen for three daya. Florida National Guard for 12 Department and will continue to under also announced the granting of
them safely home. The during the past two weeks )urns and the other'occupants '
mine Staff Sergean brought the executive board. rations for *
of additional
years prior to World War II and serve on gasoline
: Mrs. W. J. Church-
the direction of
n Ostrow (Detroit Mich.) Captain wfcthea. the matter had was mobilized with the unit here Mrs. Marjorie Serch has resigned transporting wounded servicemen acaped with minor injuries", ::

Mrty months of S.W.P..A I ended there, but It didn't. As late In 1940 and assigned to the as Home Service Secretary well, wife of the pastor. from hospitals to places of enter- The accident: .was Investigated l;

to his credit, heard tha long aa he stajs;! here the nick- 124th Infantry at Camp islanding. find Mrs. Ruth Morse has bem The closing exercises Wednesdaynight talnment and return since such b y MP and the State Highway '.. :I'Patrol

?t Sergeant and\; Mess Set name ,that day's work earned He received his commission at appointed to fill this vacancy. were attended by a lancenumber outside activities have proved of 'ttfc. at Blandlng .
stick. To his friends of patents and friends
him will ,
of the Port Headquarter Fort Benning Ga.. In November Because of pressing home duties great value .In their fight for recovery. ''I "
he's "Admiral" Trout. who enjoyed hearing the children '. .; r
were old bosom bunk asked to ,. I L&w Designed
ny 1941 and was re-assigned to the Mrs. K. G. Duncan has the and recite ;
of all sing songs ,
124th Infai-.try,' then' stationed at be relieved of thtt chairmanshipof ages 1 t '/ .
learned Curb Officials
the verses FC , '
memory ,
Overse : ,.. Funeral Services ,.Fort Benning 'as a demonstration' the Camp and {Hospital Com during the past two wenks. Outstanding Diatritc: ; ; t Meet " 1,
cfIo: *, unit' for' instruction ,purpo&es. He mittee. Mrs. Duncan will continueto of handwork WI, ceta"p; w i : ; ,
For Luther C. flay committee and Examples Set For Tonight, .. ,. I,
of Lovett Was promoted to first lieutenantin serve on the recreation ..
ger I were on display In the d4eslgnZ mai .
A bill to officers, 4
June 1942.Assigned Mrs. Barbara Clute has accepted .
This MorningLuther monthly of
building. Tile regular : meeting ,.
Suddenly to the 300th Infantryat appointment as Chairman. tgonts or employus pf all govern- :'
the classes the New River District. Hoy
in "
Total enrollment
77 former in IT ember made by Mrs. mental departments or subcilvl- 1//
Clarence Ray, Fort Bcnnlng e c Plans are being
im Jackson Overstreet, 40r 103 with an average dally Scouts of America will be held In
Director of the vaa Ions mind their P's and Q's whenleallng '.'
Wednes- received his f
esldent of Starke died 1942 he captaincy Alma Burnette Butler .
of all tho Church at Lake
> of Lovett's grocery in lay morning June 27, Inorrell!] there In February 1943. The 300th Church Service Center to bring attendance of 93. Children : Baptist at 8 I with the public Is now a i
Invited to attend Friday night, June
lenomlnatlons were law of the State of Florida and
, died at his homtJ Mac McClfcin the Regional Hos- II 'r.
In Hospital at Lakeland after arllness was transferred to Camp patients from feature of eachlayn' .m. I .',
Friday night after an ill of two months. Miss., in March 1944 and left for )ltal at Blanding for supper on : and a popular the Bible The Court of Honor for all vise originally sponsored by the
r only a few hours. Dealt in August of that 4th. They will be entertained program was ttarke Chamber of Commerce.
Calif. April overseas year. luly will
Born in Sebastapol llustratlcn with visual aid help Scouts seeking Introduced In the House ofeftepescntatlves .
Unbilled to a heart attack Struth was born at Waldo at the Church Service Cen- :
the Capt. :
attended 8 0'-
87! 1868; Mr. Ray onducted by Mrs. Churchwell. je convened promptly at by N, D. Wainwright ,
>tiich he was stricken March 16 1914 and moved to and transportation will be
soon Jones- on ter
Middle Georgia College at ( with the school were lock: while a brief business sesilon Jr., of Bradford County, the bill \\11'
In 1917. the and Hospital Assisting
arriving home Camp
from his) Starke with his parents 'urnlshed by
later served a oum- of the District Committee
>oro, Ga., and of and sent : ;
in charge unanimously
Stiuth iran
*'(ark hereOverstreet. of the Prior to mobilization of the National Committee. What better Hiss Kate ,. :
>er: of years as cashier he ladles of the town radle Roll; Mrs. H. c.. Hitch will follow. to the Senate where it was tn- 1
Guard in 1940 was em- work can
was a native of Bank of Starke. Before coming the sol- eginners; Mrs. E. K. Perryman.jrlmary Dr. M. II. Herlong of Starke In.ha roduced by State Senator Charley ,,
of the
.1 lo than help
County, Georgia and had 'here, he had been employed In ployed as manager More ; Mrs. C. T Hlnton junIors District Chairman while the E. Johns. It became a law wlthiN .
C. Jones funeral home in Starke. Hers from the hospital
resident of Macclenny for the Atlantic National Bank In be ask- and Mrs. Titus Olnon In- 'ollowing/ Troop Committee chairmen out the Governor's approval. j.
to ;
member of the Methodist are going
md we
'ra. Prior to a' devoted Ho was a more
managlaJga Jack onvll1e. He was Sewell also serve on the District
work. Volunteer ermedlates. Miss Virginia The provisions of the bill area },
here Church and the Starke Rotary ed to help in this ,
he had church.In ,
been em- member of the Methodist Committee with other officials:
services to Mrs. Clute erred as pianist. ; I
for( 13 years as a guard at addition to his widow, Mrs. Club. your Pate Powell, Jr., Macclenny; E.
also SiKtlon 1. That It shall be un.
call Holllngsworth
she Mrs. F.
that may
atS -aZb estaoln stains hula A. Ray he Is survived by In addition to his widow. Mrs. oday so Roll and Miss .. Matthews, Starke; C. H. Nasvort.hy iwful for any person to commitny I '

Ate Prison Farm. i-JHe waj wo sons C. NUes Ray of New Lou Tatum Struth C l\'T.\ Struth you' when needed. issUted Vanda Pearce with Cradle with hand work. Starke ; L. H. Futch, ....C an act officer under, agent color of or authority employee '

he Baldwin Lodr.,: & of Lake Wales; and three sisters, nan, and a small daughter Kathy; 'Odd Lot" Shoes ; Bryan Whitfield, State Farm; "tale jbillvUlon! ot Plot-lila.. thereof. or whon any Much political...otIe ,

+?\: Mr8. J. W. White Miss Olive Ray its mother Mrs Wm. H. Struth ; lo Without Stamps Funeral Today lev. Wm. Wilson Ralford. i I nut authorised by luwj or to j'
'Ices Amelia Ray. The three older brothers now serving Scoutmasters expected to have itlmldate or otherwl by color of
were held Sunday aft- and Miss Carrie For L. C. ClemonsLouis uthiirlty Gillian any other permit ', ,
1 in the Macclennjt":Baptist body ,was brought here yesterday in the pacific Lt. Com. W. O. Approximately four and a halflllion Jcouts at the Court of Honor for to releano Information or allow Itiniilon I -
1 with direction of Snooks Struth; Lt. M. W. Struth and CM sold Sr. life-long idvancement are: the Rev. Grover .. of record. or extend a
the Rev.p Edwards nder the ..\ rationed shoes will be C. demons. pi-lvlI"lIt) not required by law. j 4, "-:1Sectlo"
s and 2-c K. M. Struth; six sisters, Mrs, 70 Starke; M. W,, '
Lakeland died Alison. Troop
the Rev.,;WOOdrow 'uneral Home of without stamps during a threi resident of Bradford County, 2. Any pernon comIt'F.' '
officiating. Interment was eWitt C. Jones will complete W. L. Edwards> and Mrs. F. G week "odd lot" sale In July, In the State Farm Hospital early Ware, Troop 112, Starke; Ed Durban ting or attempting. to commit any 'I' "

Woodlawn Cemetery under rrangements here for Interment Bauknight of Jacksonville;', Mrs: The "ration holiday", extending Wednesday morning. He bad beer Troop 110 Lawtey; the Rev, not, made who unlawful by m>1 1oln by .Hectlon molMHta Ihereof ". ; ,

tlon of SeashoM Funeral; In the family plot In Crosby Lake Cv'. W. Page, Jr., Lake City; Mrs.. from July 9 through July 28,. allows ill for about two years. Jake Thomas, Troop 140, Lake Injure or cauee another to luffiirlanmire ,1:' J
of wille L. M. OeSha Wildwood. Mrs. F, Butler Charlie Spooner Troop ( :ar !10. nhall he civilly liable i/i/ '
Jacksonville. C- temetery. Funeral services dealers to sell certain odds He was a member of the Primi- ; and r4.spun.lbie therefor, and : I
lying are his held at 10:30 a. m. today (Friday S. Johnson Plant City. and Miss and ends and broken sizes, which tive Baptist Church and service 104, Ralford. any iiemon, nufferlnir nuch Injury, fw., : '
widow. Mrs. he entitled lu ,
lois shaH
Starke.Tabernacle 16 sound film will ilamuire or
Mas Overstreet: on. daugh- ) ft the Methodist Church. Kate Struth accumulate after every selling will be held this afternoon (Friday Special mm brlnv action for redress In any I 'I,
services will beDr. ration be shown at the meeting which court Imvlnc competent Jurlmllutlott. - '.
the New
Conducting without requiring at 3 m. at Hop
Lee season ) p. .
.MItry OIrerstreet "
: Chairman Her The eierclee of any rIghts
will be opened by
F. Scott of Lakeland. odd-lot shoes must interment In New I
William Deaojimd Her- George stamps. Such Church with miller, the provisions' of thin Section
Vn( Overstreet alPof a long-time friend and the Rev. be sold at prices at least 23: percent Hope Cemetery. Services will be ]long and the Rev. Ray Y. Walden, hall not operate ae a bar to or 1:1
; three sisters( Mrs. Alice W. J. Churchwell. pastor of the Last Friday and Saturday even- under the June 1, 1945: price, conducted by Rev. LeRoy Wasdln pastor of the Lake Butler BaptistChurch. prevent Heullon criminal 3. Any proeecutlon.person violating r :1f

Macclenny Mrs Minnie church, ings the messages at the Tab- according to OPA. of Graham with DeWItt C. JonesIn the provisions of Hertlon 1 hereof (r r I.."
conviction shall be punleheilby !
'I. Savannah and Mrs. Vada ernacle were brought by the Rev. "With our national supply ol charge of arrangements. upon fine not exceeding one thounanddollar I
. John LeLand radio evangelist of such a critical condition Slaughterers Must or Imprisonment I' for not
COllins hoes In his widow. Anna
Ca.;, and one Rites He Is a Surviving are more than alx nionlb; provided.however ?
'r, Lonnie 0verstTeet ,Syl- Johnson City Teem. we cannot afford to have wear- E. demons, Starke;; two daugh- Apply For PermitsMany that aothlna; herein contulntil ", ,I,
Ga ; For C. A. ,Johns forceful speaker and is heard each able footwear gathering dust on ters. Mrs. May Andrews Lake shall prevent prosecution. I: :
station under the provision of any otherlaw I "
bearers Wed- morning at 9 o'clock over dealers' shelves" District Director Butler and Mrs. J. W. Upchurch farmers In Florida who ahoulil the violation of this ,1I.
d DaVIs were Romle Davis. Funeral services were held WRUF. Roy M. Coffey explained. 'Thisrationfree Starke; three sons, M. E. Clemons, have slaughtered meat to seLl in law. be such that the same act orart '" 4'
R. B. Intermenti would conitltut a violation
D1k1n R. With *
klns, J. E. Combs'and' esday afternoon for Colonel The regularly monthly sale affords a chanceto West Palm Beach; K. L. demons previous years have failed to of the provision of such otherlaw. ; I;
be held Sunday
L. Crosby Lake Cemetery service will shoes where they're .'
ft"r, get these Alexandria, Va. and It. C. demons. register for new slaughtering permits I
Sunday '
Arthur JohnS.,wbo died received morning and the young people most needed-on the feet of Jr.. Gainesville; one stepson now required by OPA, District )
night from Injuries will be heard In special music Americans." Truby Willis, Lake Butler; I Director Roy M.: Coffey said 4-H Club Leader :
tist Church irller that evening in an ,automobile Sunday night. The public is cordially He estimated the release would two brothers John demons In Jacksonville yesterday. The Guest of Rotary j ::

Lord's accident.Mr. Invite<.-- I include about 1,400,000 men'sshoes Hellbronn and W. C. demons deadline for registrations is June .i
this supper will be ob- Johns was a member of the Chaplain Moore of the Hospital and approximately 3,100.000 Starke and one sister Mrs. Tom 30. County Agent I... T. Dyer and ,;."jj. '!:

w of Sunday at the morn- Christian Church and services Chapel, Camp Standing will bring women's: shoes. No children'sshoes Forsythe Starke.Singing Farmers who have not, appliedto Doyle Conner outstanding leader j:,

t Cburch worship m the First were conducted by the Rev. Fred the message Sunday night and are Included because normal the Local War Price and Rationing In 4-H Club work' In this county, ,I ;
The pastor will Heights with there will be a baptismal service have been so great that no that
" his Dodd of Keystone sales ConventionThe Board for permits by were guests at the Rotary Club ,.
Room.sermon' topic: "In An eWltt C. Jones In charge of ar- following. surplus has accumulated. he ald. time will not be allowed to Wedu day. i "

rangements.II Bradford County Singing slaughter! any meat for sale nor Mr. Dyer reviewed the Club :

cI evenlllg hour will begin at Survivors*are two sons, Cpl. C. City RegistrationCity Methodist ChurchHoly Convention will meet with the have illiCit meat slaughtered for program in general, and young 11;

with old-fashioned sing- : A. Johns. Jr., serving with thearmy Corinth ,Baptist Church, Sunday them for sale Coffey explained. Conner, who won ribbons for being ;"' 4.
tmna and choruses fol- In Texas and Pvt. B. M. Clerk Carl Johns announces Communion will be observed July 8, for' an all-day meeting. Any resident farmer who sold the best squad leader and ;

by 4" eVangelistic message jhns .with the army In Georgia; hat books will be open at. his at both morning .and even- Everyone Is Invited to attend and or transferred no meat or not best all-around boy at the recent 1

P.tor. h is mother. Mrs. Belle John8.'four office for the registration of electors ing services ki the Methodist bring baskets for lunch on the more than 400 pounds, during the 4-H camp, described the activities ') :. f.1;
lay MUlardhns. Friday, July 13, through The sacraments 1941 base period secure a permit "
SchOol meets &t 9:4:5: brothers. Lacy and : from Church Sunday. grounds. may there. 'if 'I
iy "Cod'a Joy ln Creation., New River, Smith Johns( Saturday, August 11. In order toe will be served to the shut-Ins at to slaughter and sell up to 400 D. A. Montelth, who served \. :;

IP.. i! are from Genesis. Lake> Butler and Wesley Johns, ) eligible to register and vote aperson their homes during the afternoon Recent BirthsMr. pounds during the next year. capably as chairman of the used ,} ,I
5 the Training Un100s four sisters, Mrs. R. Johns must have been a residentf hours.. Services are featured by Those who slaughter for sale or clothing collection fca Bradford f t

"ChrI8t" Unchanged meet 'icksonville starke; Mrs. Truby Hodges. Florida for the past 12 months good singing and plain Gospel ... and Mrs. Oran Harper of transfer more than 400 pounds but County was present and reported l

'ISs. ,' Wednesday evenruI&rtnldwUk ''Starke Mrs. D. Thomas, Floral md of the city for the past six preaching. A hearty welcome awaits Lake Butler announce the birth of lets than 6.000 pounds will be that a total of 50,000 pounds had 'r 'I
service wilt .City and Mrs. F. Moody Lake month the visitor. Prayer meeting a daughter June 19. She has been given a quota based on last year'srecord. been collected. ': '}

U" the stUdy of "Outlines of iitler.Pallbearers. each Wednesday at 8 p. m. names Bobbie Elaine. At the conclusion of the meetIng f ;I

history, : were: C. A. Knight Mr. and Mrs.. Gilbert Brown and Mr.and )Ira. Ernest Carl I. Lacln returned Tuesday froma J. D. Seymmore presented a ,;,,': n
and Mr. and Mr J. E. Ethel Taylor and Mrs. film well- f.
children Miss of War Bond featuring
elcOrne : I the birth
Ferryman. Strickland announce
K. to New
la E. week's buying trip
extended 'to aU I J. Thomas week-end InJacksonville. In
A. this
Ieii5'Ices. to and E. Irown spent John Roane were shopping June 26. known movie stars. f i
worship, to attend I A.! R. McRa, J. R. Kelly Jacksonville Wednesday. I a daughter York City. I

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ll'uMished Weekly un Friday and Entered .... Second Class Matter .,l"f ', attendance at Sunday School and YOUR 'r...

t, at the Pout Office at Starke, Florida. \' ", <".\ Church services at Pine Level was ,"M8I! l
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: M Can Use More Pulpwood] THE L VWTEY NEWSMr. Level The Church revival meeting closed Saturday at Pine ffI'MT \:.

Well, the weather man finally; and Mrs. J. M. Reddish, and night after a very good meeting. 'd/J
WHITE TIMHEK EIT. snatched the rains from the OPA her soldier boy hus band, are There were two additions to the The

Container Corp'n. of America, Fernandina, FI!. and Bradford County farmers and. spending Al's furlough vacation church by baptism and two by 0 In Cleanest
vegetable growers are happy a with the Reddlshes here. letter. Spot in Town
gain. Looks like I'll turn Republican Miss Cora Stafford and Sgt.
". before this thing Is over ciiritcii NOTICI'S; Clifford Hayes of Bushnell were
Steaks and Merchant II. C. Kelly Bay Methodist: Rev. Mr. Hickman, united in marriage Sunday mornIng I CALL STREET AT THE RAII.nOADTHE
The finest he's at the forks of the road rIght pastor. Sunday School 10 a. m.; at the home of Rev. and Mrs. .
Church Services 11 a. m and 8:13:
ShrimpMEAT now. Our Congressmen better 'W., E. Hall. A few relatives and
foods get on the ball before they get p m. friends were present. j 1
Old John is Baptist: Rev Mr. Cutshaw, pas-
behind tho 8 ball. Q Bob-
SEAFOOD tired of this foolishness. Meat tor. Sunday School 10 a. m.i Mrs. Ellen Lowe and son Susie FACT I IS"Dy GENERAL
reasonable Mrs. ELECTRICs
at 8:3 of Macclenny
FISH OR scarcity, my eye! There's more Church Services 11 a. m. and : by the
1 in m. BYPU 7:30 p. m. Mid- Myrick of LAke Geneva spent
cows in Florida<< than people p. Mc-
pricesCourt PLATE the United States. Georgia's not week Prayer Service 8:30: p. m week-end with Mrs. H M.

I.UNCII counted, of course; she has mullions Wednesdays.The :. Rae.Mr. -
" M. of Lloyd
Reeves :
-' and
& Call St. of her own. tub night bedtime story S
h With Two I Hattie Darley and daughter and Mrs. J. M. Fryer of Starke i
fish _ _
I for this week Is: Give the a and Mrs. W. E.
Mrll.Darley's were visiting Rev
Vf'gc.ta.hlrftGeorKe Mary Lucile, accompanied by S
and to church Sunday.
holiday go
Kopelouaos Miss Jeannette Hall Sunday.
You won't be noticed if you'll take k \
Owner 15c;) Laatlnger of Daytona Beach, have Rev. and Mrs. Hall and Miss r kI
your wife along, so it's not necessary -
four-weeks spent Monday
returned home after a to wear coat Coatsshouldn't Lucille Crosby
visit with her brother-in-law and be mentioned in hot night In Htllard visiting Mr. and : r '
UiDON URILL sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Las weather, no way. Mrs. J. E. Murshee. _ : :

tinger at Daytona. Little Jeanette The Rev. Mr. LeLand Is on the Mrs. J. E. Murshee and son ,, V
expects to spend a week or more air over WRUF every morning at Edward Hall spent the weekendhere. a

'Eat At The Rest And Forget The Rest" with letter the Darleys.A from. Keeffee Harrel' 9 a. m.should.P haven't heard him, I 1 r 4MN
.,'" ", "' ,,, II says that he met up with Bill S.-If you have a vacantroo I II like mother
Plummer and Fred Dye in San that . just
m or an apartment you
U r Diego last week. A happy meet could rent to one of our Camp used to make"LAPPE -.1
Ing when birds of a feather flock his bet-
VATERMELONS"Cantaloupes Blending soldier boys or
together, I'll grant. ter half, leave word with Doc at ,
Fuend of Jacksonville CAN FREEZE SHUT
Mrs. W. R. the bus station.' Don't refuse because EYELIDS IN HIGH
bread with the Louie
broke they might have children ALTITUDE, FLYING, SO GENERAL ELECTRIC C
Hills last Sunday.Mrs.
+ Just try a soldier's shoes on and
see how they fit. Ouch! They ::..
down .in Italy
Herschell is bogged pinch! : FINE WIRES ARE IMBEDDED IN ;
somewhere, bu tab I e to take "
nourishment when he can get it. . . . . . . PLASTIC LENSES. 6.E. ALSO MAKES ELECTRI-..
Mrs. A. M. Blanchard Is visitingher 7? .
,- daughters. Mrs. J. R. Coley SunnybrookBy CALLY HEATED FLYING SUITS, GLOVES, 4

and to prolong her 1\(..... Arsula Crawford
now, plans . . . . . .
visit to three or four weeks.
Complete Line of Fresh Mis. Jack Bales nee (Martha Rev., and Mrs. R. M. Batten .

Fruits & VeKetabiesDICANDIO'S! : Wells) and little daughters Marty and family of Jacksonville were J .I

and Jackie are visiting Martha's visiting In this section Sunday = I TONS OF DIRTY DISHES
mother Mrs. Mae B. Wells this afternoon and Rev. Batten filled \7\7 1 ;;

CURB MARKETCall week. The Baleses hall from West his regular church service ap- ARE WASHED EVERY YEAR c- ,
Palm Beach. o'n.tment: Sunday night at Corinth .
church. FOR A FAMILY OF FOUR. t ,
at Cherry Street Mrs. W. C. Wooten of Kingsley .
.,.."", II II I' ,." I Lake was in town last Saturdayand Miss Voncllle Kelly of Starke ;
said that her son Bill Is In wall _a week-end guest of Mrs. AD d 61 ELECTRICALLY FOR J.t.: \ a;_ -II...
a e
------ Germany and Cleon in Richmond, Arsula Crawford. span a '. f.
Va., for advanced training. Mr.'and Mrs. J N. Kelly hadas _
BRADFORDENGINEERING Mrs. Carrie Gasque's son John week-end guests their son and Life Preserveris
nie Is having a knockdown-drag- daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
out bout with the dentists In a Mills Kelly and children of Lake
Navy hospital at Richmond. You Butler. important in an emer

have Uncle Joe's sympathy John Mrs. Betty Kaln of Gainesville gency. You need depend- ? PRICE DOWN -
CO. was visiting her mother, Mrs. '
nie.Looks like, from letters received Sssle Crosby and Mrs. Arsula able Automobile Insurance V OVER 75%.
...... ... .. .
that T-4 W. J. Harrell Is bogged Crawford Saturday. before .,
an occurs. . IN'25 I YEARS. AKr'
emergency .
J MAURICE EDWARDS: Mgr! down in France and '"will be for Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby had I ,(+
; five or six months longer. Hrs as dinner! guests Sunday Mr. and ELECTRICMOTOR.. .
Buy it !
discharge points are almost as Mrs, Warren Kelly and family of now
short his dads meat tarke, and
PHONE 94 as points. Mr. Mrs. Os E. Crosby -
Rev. Cutshaw writes that he > and son Sherman, and Mrs. $28.25, TODAY
expects to be home some time Evelyn Crosby. I Charley E. Johns
this week and will fill the Baptist I L. M. Gaines of Starke was ; COSTS ONLY $6.90

pulpit next Sunday, July 1. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby I Agency
We Can Furnish You With All Sizes The many Lawteytte friends!: of Monday.

Concrete Mrs. Elmo Struth s.y m p athlze Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Crews had hone 13 STARKE, FLA. .
Building Blocks Gravel .
Sand Heir the G E radio programs:The Q E All'girl Orctiattra.Sun.10 p.m. EWT,NBC-ThIWoST
with her In her hour of sorrow. as week-end guests their son-in-
. ,!
news,Mon.through Fri.6:45: p.m.EWTCBS-Thla.E House PartyMan.throurh Frl 4 OOp m
Mortar Mix and Cement The sad news of Elmo's death on law and daughter,. Mr. and Mrs.
Mruianao: hit us where it hurt last Curtis Dukes of New River. ..... '" FOR VICTORY-BUY AND HOLD WAR BONDS General Electric Company,Schentttaftl''

ALSO Saturday. Mrs.Struth is a Starke- Mr. and Mrs. Jess VIning of (

Ite, but her sister, Mrs. G. W. Lake Butler were visiting Mr. -'r.....
READY MIXED CONCRETE Roberts, lives here. and Mrs. J. N. Kelly Sunday aft prmntlng THE TRAVELERS.Hartford GENERAL A ELECTRIC
Mr and Mrs. J. M. Reddish ernoon. _
DELIVERED. YOUR JOB have received a letter from their I i -
lion, Pvt. James Reddish, Hq. &
I Hq. Btry., 64 AAA Gun. Bn., APO
-' WE CAN INSTALL ALL TYPES 246, San Francisco, Calif., sayIng

w HARD TILE AND ASPHALT TILE. Guam that he and Is getting a personnel along clerk fine. on Look pleasant, please. . Have a Coca-Cola

Let Us Give You An Estimate Sixty years ago two quarts ot

moonshine, one before and one
after, went with each tooth pulled. .

n Let Us Build Your Post War HomeONWAY'S Nowadays, just one drop of this :=
new-fangled paIn-killer comes before J
three teeth Uncle Joe thinks

the practice of dentistry is on the i __ __
decline. : when there's so few pink l ) -: = --I-- a a
tCC r
I ,
elephants compared to the number '
of teeth pulled. .
i ii it
News for who
grownups were
l/ Service Station school children 20 years ago: Mrs. d
Roy Reddish (nee Delma Dinkins) 1 r
of Webster was visiting Roy's
1'IIONE', 147 RINO 2 FOR SERVICE: Dad and Mom Mr. and Mrs. V. R.

Reddish, a few days ago. 0
Oil Changing Little Mra. Edna WainwrIght \__._
was made happy' again when C.
r ', Q Greasing friend husband, Louie Lee, breezedin r 7 I Id f %- o'I

Waxing from Banana River last Sun
? day. Louie Lee isn't thinking about a I.
::1 S SS {Washing slipping; he's got his mindon p1

,; } Polishing aircraft flying and says that a %
.a slip between the cup and the lip
:,, d Tire Repairs Is an old model Idea.
) Uncle Joe received a letter from

; ELECTRIC ARC WELDING his little friend, Barbara Ann
Plummer, last week. She and her
',' mother are spending the summeron \ V
AMOCO a chicken farm in Ohio-RFD
HOUR 1. Attica Considering the scarcity

of fat-back, I can't think of /
I GAS a more pleasant place to spendthe /,'_#4_#_
summer than a chicken farm

OIL Charlie Cox of Miami, an old
a 'L
Bradford County boy, was visitingold

friends and relatives here last . meeting comrades-in-arms in Quebec l
week. Charlie came up to say
howdy, get a handful of Bradford

County sand eat a square meal In Quebec as in Quincy, the words Have a Coke are an invitation to
of home-cured tons off a drink of

r FLORIDA BATTERIES AUTO LITE homemade would seem and (dlscuss that) meat the pointsare OPA.It friendliness. They say IH speak the same lingo..:lei's get together. I?3 I f

MOTOR LINES they even are in scarcer Lawtey.In Miami than the North American way. On both sides of'the border people have

BUSSES Miss Dot Grlffls and brothers
AIS"/JJmJUh Llsh and Truby, from Evergladeswere come to look upon Coca-Cola as a symbol of amity and good feeling.

For Safety: In town last Saturday. L1 hand /!

Truby both said that hard You B.t r.Ily hear Coca Coh.
Comfort &
and no fishing makes the COMPANY it p>)dbyt4trtendiy.bbredaVobs.Botbme.ettw4 ?
Take Care Of Itt sun drop mighty slow these long | _''pw.
afternoons.Mrs. STARKE Coop*"*
BOTTLING CO. net of To Coca-Col
Al Manassa, daughter of

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.tY. PAGE TmUOB f" :
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prIZfea were awarded as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rhoden (thence run 8. 17 d..r.... 55 I I
minutea whereby the service of a summons seek divorce. : oTelegraph County d"v of June A. D 1S45. ,
high to Mrs. C. O. Fa rtes y, second and Miss Lortne Rhoden of \V JOB feet. thence run N. In chancery In .
Waldo. thin cause of action shall publish this Order (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. Tkomasj,
high to Mrs. L. F. 72 devree 18 minutes w. 28000 could be nerved who would In next four I ',, ..t..1. i
i Farm Chapmanand Returning home with the Rhodenswas feet thence upon weekly Issues. An Clerk of said I ( t\
run N 17 .
decree. 65 bind the defendant. and Witness. J
therefore .
"bingo" to Mrs. Martin minute. E. 25. my hand and oftl..I..11 T Frank loindruin "Stark, Florida.Atty .1
tate Rein- 00
) Pfc Clifford Rhoden. Jr. who N. 13 degrees. IK 1..1. thvnce run It In net-canary to secure service upon seal at Stark. Florida' this lad for rif. 1Sa .-t i
WhltfleMIpathy au. At the conclusion of the has been with Mr. and Mrs. Davis 20.00 test the mlnuttt. \V the. defendant by thus order of : jll
Aryan to
East line of .
Mrs. . and that this order of
1 . . games Mrs. Godwin served a cool- for a week.ArrIvIng. Water Street. thtm.' run N, 17 puhlli-atlon I he Imiued. - - - - I ':
Ing dessert comae. Argruv. 55 minute M.: along the It In therefore ordered that the For Safety, Comfort and Economy . I' \ '
DEATH at Blanding with the l K net line of Wnt i r Street 100.00 ,defendant In. hereby. required to ;, '.
/t.TltEtT: f..t to the point' ?.f l h"IfIlIlln. In the .
86th appear said cause of actionon
./ was shocked and The weekly cottage Prayer Division following; European All the above land !is I lug and being or befin" the 10th day. of July, FOR fOCRTKOUS! 1 w ,
r ommunlrv Meeting was held at the home of service S-Sgt. Martin Reinau was In the NorthvM 1 quarter of I'M! : Kiln i\vlne the allexntlona of (;. :; I
morning the Southeast Quini.i' .f Section' wild. .
Saturday lit
complaint will be taken
,.ariv and Mrs. C. the overnight: guest of Mr and T '
Mr. H.
'ed WaInwright emv-elBht (2N) r. ni.hlp Six' ns ronfoKni'il and a decree pro' con- CORRECT 'fJ$ I
.udden death employe. J. Monday night. Everyone Is Mrs. M. E. GrIner Wednesday ((6) South nnnitTwontvtwo teas entered against. her. ?
the ofinetinltlop urg- ((22) Kat.. In the ritv of Stnrke. II In further /'J./Y
greet ..
tntermtotwasatcock services. iana to meet her husband here H. K I'KKHYMAN. for four tmmectitlve weeks In the Q i
in I Special Maater In rhutuery. lirndford ri"aH4> I' 117 ir : t
sunday afternoon and went with him to his parents'home Joe County Telegraph\ a r
Petty Officer 2-c and Mrs. nice Mill willlnmH lake Butler nepiip' >-r of general circulation. 1"I "
where Mr. in Apopka Thursday. Florida., Solicitor f,,,1' 1-iHlntlff. and imolixlu-d In ITadford County,
of Lovett's Bradshaw and children of Atlantic 8-15 3t 6-29 Florida FLORIDA MOTOR LINES BUSSES
manager: Mrs. Nelle
Beach spent the past week-end Beavers of Tallas- UI\'ll\ unto my hand and of- 1
cry store in Starke. Deep. with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox see Ala., came Friday\ to visit nt riHri IT ('01 It I'. nn \IIKOIIIInonnle sent! this 12th day of June UNION BUS STATION :
to Mrs.rstreet ,' 1915. i
emended 'n.1". FI.Ollln'l _
(a : her son-in-law and 1'(11"'
Miss Mrs. Reese Bradley and daughter Mr. t .:11 y, A, J. THOMAS: (81:.\1.) Temple' A\B. 1W\CY :,i .
son : 'OS\\\ 8tark Via. .
and their children. and Mrs. W. N. North. Huffman lit tier', rinlntlff. Clerk of I the Circuit court of llrad- Agent i,
Herbert and Clinton of Jacksonville were ford County t Florida. .- - - . , 7 i.
Billy and I DurIng the first part of the VH. Harold Shu ford) Dctter, Defeitdent. i-rr j-j-j-j-jfj jjj JJJTJJJ-I JJ j jjj JJ t
v Lee who reside here. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cane No S ::1'l lonnER Joseph h Rice, OulneRvllle, Attorney "!\ iti
relatives week Mr. and Mrs. Alfred for I'lalnllff. 6-15 i-iii.iiiiiiiiiiii n
; Thrift OF i-i m.icATiovANT 4t 76iv :mmamamm a m mim i .1
nndr Mrs Lawrence Dugger Hundley Saturday and Sunday. and two sons of :Monlac Ga. and > NOTICE 'P.i ATl-EAU '
Patricia Ann STATE' OF PU> TIII cmrtir (' o .' it T OPPIOMIIIV ;
Johnson IIHA Harold
Service .
AI Rogers. of Mobileis to: Prompt Careful DriversSTARKE
Jr( and :Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johns and Shuforit Detter. Wh,,He. address U Kl (illlll .11 IItc'I'.
visiting ner grandmother Mrs. sons, Claude Jr.. and Kenneth of % A. I. Dvtter. Maiden, South < lll lir, 'I"u' Stilt lilt 'U- "
IGE ('I>t MET1nag: Laura Moscley and her kinsmen Belle Glade visited Mr. Carolina K1.UK FIUIII 1'1 Itl< \T1. ;
and Mrs You HINYKH.: Joined
were are required to
Mr. and Mrs. appear TAXI SERVICE : i
and J. E. Ormond. hy h '
gel Lawrence Dugger and Mr and July: 16th 1145, In II,.- above nntnil -
her living F .
arranged. In Court and paunt. herein) plnln- K'to.YI.It.I'lulnl:: ,
fully Mrs. C M.
J. G. Godwin en- Tumey left last burs, Al Rogers. Mr. Johns and tiff Het k. divorce ind lentorntlou Itl*,
when Mrs Farm Bridget Wednesday for Hartford Conn. his family were In this section of of maiden! name Knulfni-il County OLl\n""ui'MPKI andMACK'S }, ; )
the State Telegraph, shall nliIMi' | Ihl..W.l..r P.
fined Wednesday aft- where she will make an extended the State because of the death of In next four weekltNMuex.. .0:0.\1( .: and his wife,
her home theLion stay with her son and daughter- his brother-in-law W. J. Over- Witness my hnml. , and official FoI.I.'oIlSU.I KVELYNHTKK.s : 111
week. Upon : ::: 'KKNMKU'KS' : andAMEItlt'AN
on of in-law Mr and Mrs: Newton V. street. deal at Starke. Flmldii) tlilB June PIMM: ANIl CV.S-
Defense Stamp1ST 13th 1945.OFFICIAL ; ;
of scores ,
I'ALTY CO.MPANY; : Orlando,
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cope spent ( SEAT: A. J. rhomnii. Florida.'

CHRISTIAN CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Woodwardcame last week-trd in Jacksonville with T AM Frank Clerk of irulruni said I'lint Stake, Plot'Ida. Defendants.O, Phone 150 I;: ; ,

Ucr Call and Christian Sta. home Saturday from St Mrs Ada Hubert, Gene Cope had Atty. for 1'lf. i-15 4t 7.6 IH hereby.\ T ordered i r nIt that you" 6 Day O Night ({. ; J
Lvv.. O. Smedley, Pastor Augustine they enjoyed a gone up earlier In the week to are u>iiilr| <>d to appear on tho Bth .
trvicea as follows: weeks' vacation at the Beach. visit his iv ('III', I'" CO It'r. mi \It'nllli day of .fitly. A. l>. 1945. before the y. }f
grandmother, Mrs. Hubert
('n"'I'1.011111'1 l> tllt- above rut, it led Court and I to answer '
IbIo School each Sunday at With her daughter and son, Mrs. and returned home with his ('KMV.Dorln: the bill .of complaint filed 1 analnut 4 ; i4;
Fred Cleveland of St. Petersburg lyal. U..Uy.Inr.h.. Tlnlntlff. i you In !the !above .entitled cause, I i
.m. parents. v*. tamer Arthur -M.uwli' nefeiidantCaH . .and the ifranrord, ounty Telegraph
teaching and communion ser- Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Misses Elizabeth. Geraldine and .. No 8836, Is hereby designated. an the newspaper .- COMPLETE CAR SERVICE i..

Js at 11 a. m. and 8:00: p. m. Mrs. F. W. Lee. Patsy Cox arrived Saturday from, OUI>En OF I'l' HtlCAnONAN1 In which this order shall bepulillxhiMt C i irt
NOT I"": TO ATl'KAIl once a week for fourconnerntlte .., l
rayer meeting each Wednca- Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis en- their home In Roswell Ga., to be BTATH OF FLORIDA to: ElmerArthur weeks.AMTNKSS '
at 8:00 p. m. tertained as supper guests Friday with their grandparents Mr. and Marsh whose address. I. % : my hand and the seal ,. I .j"
B. T. loblnnon, 728 5th Street of said Court thin. 11th dav of ::1. ,
Mrs R. II. Cox and Mr. and Mrs.J. Raton. New Mule. June A. I>. 1MB. In Stark., lirad ,
M. for two months. You are required to appear. on ford County, Florida. f,
Badley July 16th 1945. In the above named .. A. J. THOMAS!! (SItAL1Clerk t ,'
t1 .
t- Mrs. M. D Young went to Ash- Court and cause. wherein plaintiff of Circuit Court, ..,,11' ::1 I 1
seeks divorce nod restoration : Florida. ."'. !
Ga. because her .
burn Monday of maiden name. Kiailford County Baxter. & Clayton, Attorneys for : ; 1J\ I
I young nephew had to receive hos- Telegraph shall publish. thin OrderIn Plaintiffs 6.18t 7-0 : : s
pltalizatlon as the result of an next. four weekly It-Hue. I !
: Witness my huml' and official iv' rmnir f'ol.It'r, IIII \I>KOIIU I j'
eye Injury. Friends hope that the Heal at Htarke riorlda. thl. June ('01 '\1'1'. FIullln'l IV ( lltf '%- .1 I ,
/ extent of the Injury will not be I 13th 1945 ''':11'-. 11
C sb a ((O..ICIAI.81'\I.1. A. J Thomas Allxit L. lIol opJ11... Plaintiff, vs. I.
sz too serious. A. Clerk of sold "i'"art Ituth HolMonple, 1>...t..I"I"nt.'a..o. .. ,. :
? = ta J. B. Williams of Milton was T Frnnk; Landrwm. Marke. Florida No. 1R2I. "
Ally for Fit. 0-15 4t 7-8 ortunn OF PITHLICATIOJ
the guest of hIs parents, Mr. and ANH NOTICE TO AI'fKAIt 4 $
MI's. J. L. Williams from Sunday I> Tllfi NAMK' OP 'I'II 13 WITH 8TATH OF FLORIDA to: Huth :

until Tuesday. When: he returnedto TO OH1: DOVIR Kl.Olimt i.oui'-r nnciiT TTolaopfilelionn hit Foreman! Itox residence 432; Iledfoid I IH rot Washing Polishing Waxing'CERTIFIED : II,

his home he was accompaniedby It appearing by iffliluvlt filed In I'entiKylvanla..

his wife and their children who thin certain. 'cnim, i..f art Ion. now You are required to appear, on 1
July 11th, In the above named .
had been here for several weeks pending/ !In the cur nit court. KlHhtli Court it nd 1945 calico wherein plaintiff LUBRICATION ;
Judicial. circuit "f Florida, nrnilforct I 1
and his grandmother Mrs. J. seeks cllxorce. Hrndford County
- rAT C. Williams who was enroute to part County of the alleRiiil..n In thimery, of, and the n*Mil, a Telegraph.IIKXI four shall.weekly publish.Issues thla OlderIn Polishing & Waxing By Appointment tf'; .. ],J: .1.1J \

FEATURED PRICES Mobile Ala., for a visit with her of complaint wh, ..111 Victor. 1:. Witness my hand and official i I
daughter Hecht ID. plaintiff ind Dovle Loulne .....RIIt Staike FloHda. this Jun. Only ;
Hecht In. the defendant And It lining nih" D4K.! L't i i:
TOP SUPER MARKET Mrs. E L. Hewitt and two sons
TIP (IH'PII'IAL 8RAL) A. ,1, Thomas; ,
iihown after illlluent search '
Miss Jetta Lee all of Lake As Clerk of sold Court.T. ;
and and Inquiry wa rondo, that the i ; i'
DARBY'S GROCERY Saturday to visit Mr. Frank 'Landrum sturke. Florida Standard Oil
City came defendant last kin>un address was Atty for Tit. e-1I 4t 0-2a
and Mrs. I. J. Williams. as follows: Mr*. D"vli Louise Itecht
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Robinson Alton Alabama .and the relief Played iv r mtip ('01 Err UI"'OltU ; : : ;
for therein. In raid entice. nf ('(It VI"%'. I"I.I"UU'I IV f'JI"\!!. FULL SUPPLY OF St.'t ; i
joined other members of their notion U a divorce.: and It ('''::11'', I
Cleaned to family In Jacksonville Saturday In uppearlnff, that. the defendant' Mack. Corneal, Plaintiff. vs. Manitr
place of residence .and aclclrefiM I Iti Corneal, lii'fendant.. Case No. .HH18. i
: ) celebrating the birthday of their beyond the boundaries of the State; KI'IOH OK ITULICATION GARDEN'S SERVICE :
perfection ANI NOTICH TO APl'KAU
son, Everett Robinson. of Florida and hevunil the hound-
arles. of the jurlmllctlon of thin or PTATM OF FMllllDA to: Mandy I
x Sunday visitors of Mr. and :Mrs any similar court having similar Corneal. whose! address Is unknown. VAN II. OARDKN, Mgr.h s .
A.. C. Davis and family were jurisdiction In causes. of action of You are required to appear' on Cor. Temple Ave. & Call r 4 4i 4u ,
thin (character and that the defendant .'"ly llth, 1945, In the above mimed } .
Mitchell Rhoden and his daughter Is not In the date. of Florida Court and causn.! wherein plaintiff I ,
of Mac- --- ------- --- - -- --------- "
Miss Lucille Rhoden. ,

Wf 4 clenny.When Mrs. E. O. Land returned ,. "i 7"I.:

Monday from .her visit with relatives I I I '

in several Florida cities I II
by her
she was accompanied
mother Mrs. Emma Jackson of I t :
I ,
Mayo and her daughter-in-law ; l!
of Ocala. Mrs. i '
\ Mrs. Roscoe Land I

/1' Jackson and :Mrs.: Roscoe Land .
i !
1''li tti aro I:ow visiting Mr. and Mrs. arw 1

Land. .

USO Volunteers tt .,h wig a"a .N,.. 1 1I 11

/,111. Urged to Stay On ; i? # 1 1fA ;


volunteers in Starke and
f .
elsewhere whose all-out serviceto I

OUR MODERN METHODS STORE COLOR members of the armed forces . ..I '

AM IJKE TO GARMENTS, SMALL RUGS AND helped to hasten V-E Day are r ,\ ;
DK.\PERIES.ROUT. asked by USO executives to' stay : u 1

on the job until after V-J Day.

Paying tribute I to volunteer

313 workers Mark L. Entotf, regional

executive said: "Volunteers *4a I
are the backbone of USO and ,

Owner Ave. those who have worked early and

late to keep up our soldier morale . '

have set a new high patriotic!

service." i ,
The USO In Starke has been 1
1 1v
of special Importance -
pointed out as one
KRETOL because of Its service to !

the[ men and women at Blandlng j f s

largest IRTC In the country. Here iafW
volunteer hosts and hostesses work ; !
INSECTICIDE ia the club lounges 'checking ,

serving as junior hostesses
I :
receptionists etc. f

Explaining that "USO serves I "

KILLS where soldiers are," :Mr. Entorf ; .i '

said that consolidation of USO ,

operations as In Starke, becauseof I E. )

Roaches BedJtug8'Carpet Beetles reduction In soldier attendanceand n
Moths, the close-out of center in

Flies Lice Water Fleas Mosquitoes other places for the same reason .d I
Bugs, are offset by establishment of new Office Hours : 24 Hours a Day :

and Other Insects clubs on the West Coast and In' I

the Pacific. : 1 i ia

NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTERS!! Your doctor, who is the first to detect a national blood bank into a magnificent ,, J ;r' .ji$

NON POISONOUS HEREBY"1.1'1 OIVEN that need for rest in others, has driven reality. ,s-, "r" i''
Under and foreclosure by .virtue of made a Final and himself without mercy in wartime. Today the word, "cooperation/"t- i j

FanderVd. of th. Honorable MayA He serves his own patients as well as has a fuller meaning in America. The : ' I "
Satisfaction Guaranteed Your nIr1945. A. Z.
or by the those of absent physicians yet finds
Adkln.i Judge of the Circuit CourtIn threat to our freedom has rekindled J ;

Money Refunded on Return of and' for Bradford County.. Flor- time to keep; abreast of medicine an intense national spirit . revealed I

rfa. .Evattl.sFernandez. as.Executr/s wartime discoveries.Most i
Unused Contents of under. the, Test Will many amazing capacities on the part of our J

- and and Testament Trustee of W. E. YarbrouHi. people were quick to apprecipeople to help themselves and their t. '

d..c..a..d.. I' a.Center. plaintiff Incorporated.corooratlon. and airalnit3andln 1& ate the doctor's sacrifices and looked fellow countrymen until victory is ... .i .. .

Pint 69c Quart $1.25 Special. defendant/ Ma.ter. the In und..r.allfn.d Chan-. for ways to encourage him. They complete. They are strengthened for ; }; : :

c.ry will a. offer for ale before the attended his First Aid classes and the road ahead. They should go far, I,
1.2 Gallon $2.25 Court South Front House Poor at Starke.of the Pradford learned to call him only when absoindeed, in aiding our gallant younger ,

County. Florida. during. the legal lutely necessary. They volunteered toassist generation get the reward it has When product maintain* tM. I'

Gallon $4.25 ""MONDAY".' *' ECO T>. UfS overtaxed nurses In crowded e arned" go on earning-progress eharactfr they art quick thai ptopU to dtmontl ropevf it.,

- and will jell. therefor to th.for highest cash and the hospitals. . and turned his dream of in a world at peace. *' Generation ago, th* maker ./ +
best' described. land, situate Budtvetier ut t .ilandard t'
lying following and being In Bradford County lint th>t In tail,pure,good and ;r t4
Florida to-wlti ditllngubfieil for lit uniformqualltf. lj
BRADFORDHARDWARE Til-Binning at a concrete. monument Tha ft why peopUevtryivherf I .
Southeast corner -
at the New B e turn* aft.rt that '
of Call and Water Htreete. 'II. S r. f I t
Call Street being' Eighty Feet Buduieiter ti _.hi", mart ;

wide. In the City of' Slark.. Florida II- sea ease .....a.. ...t.oK"' than beer . a fraddH m's. No
COMPANYJ. thence. alone run degrees South line .. wonder It I* On mtut popular !
of minutes Call Street I no.OO feet. them-. ben In hlttory. I '
tI. 17 degree. liS minute W.
run 5.00 feet. ; thence run 8. 7Z d.- .AIJ4IOI" ,
B. CARLISLE Owner grins" 11 minutia E. along th. SAINT I LOUIS I
South Highway. rllrbt NO.o>r 291y zao.oo IIna or feet.Btat. ANHEUSER- BUSCH. _ ,

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: PAGE FOUR I WSCS To MeetThe I Circle one 'II meet
Formed 'Ntth
] Newly E. K. Perrjma
circles of the WSCS will with Mrs W , and CIrtI.
1& CLUBS Officers Hail
and Elects
meet Monday afternoon at 4 o'- Shelly Hall ,, 'ho81e&lea(
The newly organized YounWomen's clock for their regular meetings. : home, of M.. dltJlf, i
Auxiliary of the Firs
Morning PartyAt Jr. Woman's ClubThe 'Baptist Church of Starke held of Miss Its ----- -- - -- M

Matthews HomeMrs. Junior Woman's Club will r-- first meeting Killingsworth Mondanight ; THE UNDERSIGNED
hold its regular meeting Thurs- Lewis' emceeing . I o'clock. The Devotional -
E. S. Matthews and Mrs. day night. July 5, at 8 o'clock in Tho hundred of potential Bond Jimmy glimpsed were at eight Miss Killings;
tram: Among the local!IPS was led by
H. B. McLendon were Joint, host- '! Hostesses-: Mrs. Buyers who stayed away .
the club Davis, lookIng business meeting -
last Friday night ;In 'Dooley and Marjorie worth after which
t delightful coca-cola Mrs. Arthur the USO GROCERY STORES
esses a a Hal Alexander and in a pod I In The Auxiliary deCided -
Friday morning at 10:30 great droves certainly missed a cute as peas was held.
party :
Holiday. evenly Haines
red-and-white print Ruth
twin the name
o'clock at the Matthews' residenceon swell show (goody goody on
table, ) . not that dresses . for their YWA. It was decided
Walnut St.Arrangements. In the dining room. The serves them right fourtl
the auditorium wasn't well-filU to meet the second and BE CLOSEDALL
of zinnias and I covered with a handsome lace WILL
The nex
artistically placed In I low . it was . But who filled Call Street Scene: Bail Campbell Mondays of each month.
roses were cloth, was centered with a held at the norm
where the guests it? . The fellows who are figh back from an out-of-state biz meeting will be
the living arrangement of pink rain lilllca. ing the war and buying most of trip and proud of the fact the of Miss June Patel on July 9th,
were About 30 guests were present to the bonds to boot-and I don he escaped unscathed from a bus at which time a Study Course will DAY WEDNESDAY, JULY 4
coca-colas -
Refreshments sandwiches of and cookies potato enjoy the two hostesses' hospital I mean Mr. and Mrs. C. Villan! . truck accident in New Orleans be given on the YWA Manual. A
tentatlvely -
chips Much I hate to admit at horn camping trip was
table ity.m Yes as Marvin Ware vacationing two-day
served from the long
were Belty
4 .______.___ ..........".'mmmtnmlI1IImmImIIlIm ., It, Callstreeters were far t.oo and catching up on some sadly; planned and Co-Socla '-
ili.lBilW.A """' - . appointed
Cue Nor
: f.QIJII.I I1mIDmmmmJDllID.IilII1I11WWIJ. few In evidence t neglected fishing . Cleo : Hayes was A. M. DARBY'S LOVETT'S
it Just goes to prove Bam urn man in charge at Western Union Chairman
old theory that there's .one born during his absence . Beverl; The YWA was organized at thi I GUY'S MARKET A & pGREEN'S

every minute . Remember how Blackshear receiving a call Wed Church on June,6th under direction STORE TIP
the mob fought to get in and I be nesday morning from Jimmy, jUKt'' of Miss Grace Phelps and the !
reamed at that phony circus her arrived In Jersey from overs&a.l'! following officers arid Commlttei I

a couple of months ago? . and hoping to be home by Saturday Chairmen were formally installei
Here Are A Few Items for The c Then some hard-working GIs try . Eva Slump (Mrs. F. F.) by Mrs. Ralph Alvarez at a beautiful -
to give us a really top-notch show refusing to let these gay young Candlelight Service held
Sick, the Afflicted, and The Baby, It free (for the price of a Wa Army wives get ahead of her June 13th'President
Bond) and we suddenly find we . Glimpsed her shopping: ] In Miss Floried Kill-
That Will' Make Life More Pleasant };j have a previous engagement! . Koch's In a playsuit tother day; Ingsworth.Vice .
. Hear Tillman Hutto Is elate President Miss! France:

And Relieve Suffering But ait I wan. Hiiyln' . 'Twaa a for a discharge soon . Peek.
) swell show and those who missed Secretary Miss SeletUSparka. 1 .

it should stay awake at night, Seemed like old limes at the .
Invalid Air Cushions gnashing their pearly teeth . USO Saturday night, having Grace Treasurer Miss Dorothy AI-

Crutches and Crutch Tips Memorable moments were provided Osborne presiding so capably at varez.: Caudlt SUN. MON. TUES. JULY 1 1,2
Miss ,
by Dick Goldhahn singing the information desk . Hear Program Chm. -

: Elastic and Spring Trusses "There's a Love-Knot In My Carlton and Lumanda Davis an Hazen.
'.. "vl: Lariat" to his own accordion accompaniment In New York for a week-end Iron Community Missions: Chm. -
Umbilical Trusses for and Tommy Taylor New London, Conn. . He'll be Miss,Evelyn Newsome.
' ((formerly with B. Goodman) deployed to the Pacific after leav Mission: Study Chm. Mis
Infants & Children the wise: Lookout Fannie Silcox.Devotional d
? crooning; that haunting Irish lullaby A word to
Water 'Bottles that Bing Crosby sang,In for the) second Friday It Chm. Miss Lois
"Going My Way" . Jlmm3ldde'e ; July . Falls on the 13th! . Newsome. Her lip the loot of the
*f Fountain Syringes ( harmo n I c version ot Hear Jimmy Sewell, till In Germany Social Chm. Miss Sara Bare ruthless Her love the
'. "Flight of the Bumble Bee" wa I has been awarded thPurple foot.
.. :* Hypodermic Syringes and Needles also strictly big-time, aa w a;" Heart for what he modestly Publicity Chm. Miss ilargle r lure of the lawless!

describes as "a scratch" . J Patel
Ear Syringes E. Denmrk, S 2-c USS LST 1109 Music Chm. Miss June<< Patel. &

Catheters FPO, San Francisco, wants hit Other members of the organisa- b rl
friends to have his new address Ion are: Miss Willa Killlngaworth,,
Elastic Bandages (for obvious reasons) . I Miss Alice June Harding Miss
Betty Hayes and Miss Betty Jean
Elastic Knee & Ankle Supporters Signs of the,-Times--- : Two well- 1 HIatt. A YWA is also being organized : !

' Whirling Spray Syringes dressed men In a black Chevrolet for girls Co.of the Southern :4r

sedan spotted on Road 13 bctweei.VTaxville Bell Telephone Breakfast the
Bed Pans The YWAs had a
y t and Highland Sunday: afternoon morning of June 17th at which

Infant Commodes parking long enough tc time Coffee and Doughnuts were jpMARIAs
In served. Miss June Patel sang asa
fi Jars shoot a cow that was grazing
Formula Measuring
"The Morning Light Is
the nearby woods . putting it solo
And Many Other Useful Items Starke's In the trunk of their car and Breaking"! MON
The speeding down the highway . A Mother-Daughter Banquet
For Sick Room or NurseryKOCH finest Evidently: there'll be no meat be held at the Church Annex

shortage some place . Hear this tonight, (Friday) sponsored by x r yal
I Union r.
restaurant Band sort of thing is getting to be the Woman's Missionary
ommonplace ; . Moving to the under, the direction of Mrs. Alma AR

DRUG STORE bar !, ake this week: Florence Brown Sough President Approximately .T BEYi
and children, and the A. Z.,Adklns 30 mothers and daughters are expected .

W r F 5. A M.p M4 ... family .- . Clad to ice plucky .It t the .)anquer I .
Casper Duncan home from the ', t
Mrs., R. H. Crundwell and son
*rr hospital .after 'three and a half :
moved back hereafter
SIZZLING8J'F.AK A months .. . Hear he helped pass Bobble have
spending some time in Kentucky -
.he time by making two beautiful -
pocketbooks, a white one for : and St. Augustine. Staff
3gt, Crundwell Is serving in Natal,
,FOLKS his mother and a red one for
LOBSTER Margaret Rose . ,, One lady offered : Brazil. -
Kasper just any amount of I
This Is' a little out of our line, but we trot a M money if he'd make her one too,

buy, so we're passing it on to you. Whole SHRIMP but he didn't have the time COLD WAVE I

e JI stock of lotions and notions purchased from I ,

Fire Adjustors ]Bureau. Contents of all pack. CHICKEN Highlights of Vacation Bible PRICES$ SlED t
ages 100 percent guaranteed. The labels may School: The State Farm ladies r !

be smoky, but the contents are perfect. Included ooling gas and bringing in eight :lidrj.w- ({II ANDY DEVINE

I are many hard-to-get items. Here's B of ten youngsters every day . J'IJISPRIMI J .Ma%

just a few of the many values offered: For Tommy Haines leading the singIng .e GEORGE ZUCCO
of "Jesus Loves the Little COLD WAVE f
Children" Bill Smith's .bass t' ROBERT WARWICK
lOc Razor Blades, Dble Edge __ 3 for 19c Connoisseurs harmonizing very effectively with e Each kit cont>ln. }full
>unce.of SaJon-cyp solution' .
. .
V the people's singing WA
young iO Curler: 60 nd urfumm,
39c Arrid or Mum ___?___ ______ 2Sc Everybody commenting on the (ind mon applicator iniKuctioni., ocutralizcf NEWS
0 rand work of Mrs. Churchwell

ofGood . Hear the household
SOAP-Cashmere Bouquet, Lux, Ivory Biggs'
was thrown into a dither Sunday .
Life Buoy Camay ..._______ __ 6c Food by the arrival of-Abbie Baggett'a .
husband Bill, from overseas . .

LUX FLAKES _?______________._ 9c and He has 30 days before reportingto
Fort Oglethorp and be and ...

Vaseline Hair Tonic, large size ____*.s 49c Drink 0 Abble leave this week.end for
Shreveport to spend a couple of ,f ;

w VITALIS, 50c size ____________ __ 39c weeks with his folks . ,

Fitch's Cocoanut Oil Shampoo Well guess that winds up the
little black book for tills time ,11n lJRrinnrtam: :

sac size ________ ___________ 29c . So long . See you in the ::
next ,
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Woodbury's Shampoo, 50c size __ __ 29c Carolyn. "ht ,

t .
lOc Gauze, Adhesive Tape, Corn .WCTU To Meet ;; .

I t Plaster, Dental Floss _________ 4c The regular monthly meetingof .With the passingof

the Laura Scott WCTU will be .
25c Colgates, Pepsodent Toothpowder -9c Enjoyable ,
Mennen's, Ammens Talc & Dinners \ a
three o'clock Friday afternoon.
Heat Powder _____ __ ____ ____ 9c Delicious food and attractive Members desiring transportation Wm... J. Overstreet
surroundings make dining with please phone Mrs. J.,, T.,Quigley i

G Absorbine, Jr $1.25 size _________ 79c us a for real the pleasure.finest food Stop at In very today McKinneyKiteMrs. We have lost an Old and Valued ;

Toothbrushes-Dr. West, Tek, reasonable prices. .#
Virginia Kite and E. B. friend
Div Prophylactic ____.:__________ lie 325, Temple Ave. McKInney were quietly married at and associateWe .

the courthouse, June 18th by
Schick Injector Blades, Gem Single County Judge U; K. Ferryman.SCOffig : extend deepest sympathy

and double edge I .. \,
.mmmmmf ''' !11n1mmnmmm

...... to the members of his' family

These are just a few of the items. Load up your family NOW SERVING THE STARKE AREAWe .

medicine chest at these prices. .-
in their bereavement "

1! cordially invite the public to d ,', ..! :' ...:...

The drop by and Inspect our fine new ', .:',
dairy on !toad 48 east of Starke.A .' "
fine herd of dairy cows and the 'J

most modern of sanitary equip ,

ment insure our customers a 1
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.. : r. ". 1945 BRADFORD OOPNTY TELEGRAPH.!: RTA"'R__._____, _..u.. .--- invnt

TLQCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Jack ZeVn haveas Birthday 8TATR or FLORIDA to France! tOTH'K NO. NNKKPOIIK venleneeand Nere*.ltr Nn 5',
a guest Pvt. A. Chapman of Party namfi-nmn w..hone r.ald.nce In SILO TIIK.: It ULHIt\U COH. .n aa to autborlne I the: Irani'portatlnn
Camp ):Imore Sqiiarit. Trranc Villa* 1'11"1010'11"' u. 1'Ills "M"'.'."'I'H <>KNOTICB of 4relKht (leneralC'ornmoditlen.
I BlandIng. He Is a former Bill Wood No t. rittiburg, 1'cnnaylvanla.. "'I.U..II over 8tate Ii iah- ,
newspaper writer from New Nn. 411 and it'\) h..lw..n
York You arc required to appear on I.l hrlrhy .given that the way
SOUrlaude Sp (P) 3-c, Evelyn Lecin Is arriving City. Mi-o Glta Wood and Mrs July 10th, 11146, In the above .....m..dC''lIrt ItHllroutl (n >,( the 8tnleuf Oalnenvllle.. Florida, And Mnr- I
Florida via Bake' Hnller.
ovjw. Florida wllh..leI\ .
and h.r.ln formal h.-
!, arrived for Satur day for an 8-day George Flynn enttrtained .. cause plaintiffeoks a Florida" arvlnit IntermeOI.
fr Tuesday guests of Sen. and, Mrs. at the itlM.nv' Bradford County 'ntr on the folio ,UIK, Matter, nl Hi
,h ot inr visit with Mr. and leave with her parents, Mr. and Charley E. Johns Mrs home of the latter on JeffersonSt. TVleirraph nhMll. imhlUh thin OrderIn clock A. MI"n.l"y., : Jlll.v at. iiolntit. and between. W.t..rlown -
Htarke Florida
Char fled nverFtste
next four msum. 18th, 1915.: HI' <11w (XH'ltT HofMKn '
ndett5 Mrs. I. Lecln and sister, :Madeline weekly ....
Haslop, and Mrs. Inez les Williams and daughter France! Tuesday afterm.on honoring w.itnese hand and uffkdnlpeal l.AKK K\"TI.HH "Talon County. Highway No. :SD, rvlnirI.nke I
R Lecin. of New York and Mrs. A J. Williams Bill Wood on his 4th birthday anniversary MI starko.. my Florida. thin Juno 'lorlthi, nt uhuh,,. lltinanil plateon vol..l.'IT ..fuller and Inl.rl11Ual.
unit nil I Int' 'r.-sted purlieu will
Mr. and Mrs M. B. Jones :S7lh.! 1145 .
1V. Duncan and childrenWJ spent and Miss Janette Williamsof (OJo' 'Jt"IAt. SHAt,) A. J. Thorn*. > given mi uppln I ; ;lunltv to be fully, \\ :>oII 8ot: THIO ItAXn: of the
[ r and Kaspar and several days at Salt Springs last Alachua. Flowers were used profusely in .A.. I'li-ik, uf Maid Toiirl. leant: Heoretnry. nf the Itallrnnd 1'inMiiilHxlnn -
R)8l. week. T. KiHiik l.aiulrum, Stark, Florida, tKH'KKT M>. i Inn-l-Appl/ration' '' of
of decorating the room used for the of the state of Florida' on thl-
Smith Mrs. DV.. Moore fn. l'INTIt.1l.'I'itl'I'It: : i.\c:.; .
:Mis Roy spent the Atty. I'lf a-20 4t 7-S11 I.INKH. .
WINDSTORM: INSURANCECall the :Stet day of June IU45R
and table .
guest -the-day"nf1e. Week-end party the was covered i>f 10' 0 .1 t. I.on Street Tampa
'. GR. w.-r "spend < H. C. Wall Agency with Mr. and Mm T. F. with a lace Cloth r.rd centered 1% iiiitiir /' >iiir. \iiK4iHit FlorUlii. r"i ii n I'xtoimlon uf w. RUIN JR.. I
Wednesday I in Gainesville Brown\ in Hampton. ('01 >'l\ KI.OKIIItl IN ('ll\>- Certltl"Ilr." <>f I'ubllr d.n- H"'I..IIEVEnYHOUY \.
and Mrs. Mrs. Eleanor Cluff Is visiting with a beautiful floral arrange- C i-:H t.Major .
url. L A. Duncan friends in Darien Conn.fle Miss Janet McClaln of Brooks- ment. Itgera, Plaintiff v.1": ,.)
Duncan I ville is visiting for several weeks The I 1..0\1 Stonv I Rogers, Uetaiutant \',..seNo .
E. birthday cake was Iced In : sees
with Miss Virginia Durshimer at pink and white and centered with OKltlCIt OK PITI1MCATIONAM ,
the ii :NOTICH.; TO Al'l'):AH
home of her .
parents on Kings four
pink Pieces of the
World Moves . ley Lake. :cake with Ice cream and candies I.ou. Stone. Rogers whoa realdenceII . i,
.. 310 lilllirrt Street. Uroiir. .tuwii.
Mrs. Shirley Hall and were served to the small
O. O. A. daughter I guestsat South farohiia.
So Does Sharon spent last week in the conclusion of games and You arc rnqulred' to appear nn D
July lOiti In the shove nanie -
Jacksonville with Mrs. Hall's contests. Tiny plastic windmills HI45. I ENJOYS tATING
Your Present Location e Oniiit and ran no, Wherein plaintiff OAT j
If You Don'tUs brother and sister-in-law, Sgt and were given as favors for the aft- m>i.k.. divorce and PuHtody of .
Move Your House Mrs Tillman F Hutto. ernoon. Minor I'lillil nhiill. piiMlnh Bradford thin 1'ountyTcliKiuph OlderIn ,

Mrs. R :jr. Lee and son Bobby; Mrs. Wood and Mrs. Flynn were noxt four weekly (1..11.. .,.

FREE ESTIMATES ANYWHERE left Tuesday of last week for their assisted In serving the 35 small .at\\Stiirki IttivsN.,niv Florida\hand,and till*offlrlal June 27th.nnnl The PARK CAFE f

home in Greenwich, Conn., after guests present by Misses Betty 1114K,

See Ben F. Hall Starkeor spending some time with I her I Anne Flynn Janet Anderson, Joan (01.(1'1.I.. Clerk'( of SKAI nald) Court A. .J. ThomaaAn

General Contractor parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dlnklns and Marguerite Fowler. T. Kinnk l.nndriim' stark' Florida' e
Orman O. Annie Dowling. Atty. for l-lf U-S') 4t 7-20 ,
They were Joined in
Delicious Meals
Box 402, Phone 1801, Gainesville Fla. Philadelphia by Mr. Lee who has Carter-Judd iriniiir. 'fU air \IIKOIIII Regular ,. .
Just finished a refresher courseat .'<>INIII.OKIII'. vi IN III\N- Healthful Vegetable Plates
c i':IM.OluirliN
the University of Pennsylvania Mr. and Mrs Sam Gottlieb an- H. Ty "er. Plaintiff VK.MnrKiiot Short Orders
before entering business nounce the marringe of their Tyiter! fvntlunt ('"... I
Friday guests of Mrs. K. G. daughter, Kathleen Judd, to Maxie: No oltl seat>Fii OF piniir\TioN '"
Duncan! and Mrs. Roy Smith were Carter, Jr. The wedding was an ,\NI:- ) NOTICE:.; ) TO Al'l'KAH i
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCHSunday Mrs. G. W. Coleman Mrs. DeWitt event of June 15 in Valdoata Ga., STATI1' OF FIXtllinA toMar! -
genet Tyncr who,". renlilenre I la
McGill and Mrs. Joe Hill Williams
and the was performed {
ceremony 21 tI N.: Hoyne Avenue, ChlraKo/
of Lake Butler by T. H. Holcombp IlllnolMVoii .
I Pvt. and Mrs. Al Manassa of "' aro required( to appear on It
Both Mr. and Mrs. Carter attended \
A:1\1. In above 1IIJTi'7IitJ1I
School10 114,1
August Rth. (!
Ft. Jackson S. C., are spend: g a Bradford High School.A named Court and cause, wherein !
21-day leave with relatives here. .plaintiff cocks dlvorcn. TlrudfordCounty I

Morning:\ Worship 11 A. M. They spent several days last week guest this week of Mr. and Order In Telegraph next' four..hllll".hlt..h weekly .limueaVltnpfin this. d,

C with Pvt. Manassa's brotherrnlaw Mrs. L. A. Havla is Mrs. Davis' \ . my hand and offlrlaleal I''
I and slater, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. at Slaike, Florida, thin Jun. ; .
; niece, Mrs. Carr B. Colley of West SAth., '1910, SUN. MON. JULY 1 -2
Evening Service 8:00 P. AB Clerk of said Court.T .
Mrs. are spending several known here as Miss Bell Perry- Frank l ndrum. Htarke.' Florida
1\ days this week with Mrs. White's All)' for Plf. 6-29 4t 7-le

Go To Church -'Why Not Try OUrs? mother, Mrs. Cella Managua. man.Mrs.. Frank McKinney Is visitingher "WITHOUT LOVE"I I
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McIntosh
I I husband at his station in
of Willis).on are spending some MALARIAChecked
Georgia. They are coming Sunday
time with their son-in-law and SPENCEU THACYKATIIEIUNE
to spend* leave with relatives . With
In 7 Days
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Priest. Mr. and Mrs. McIntosh here. LIQUID for S j. 1
Mrs. G. C. Livingston returned I MALAiUALSYMPTOMS ,
have bought a home here and are 666
planning to live here when Mr. to her home in Tampa yesterday
NAT :SEZ: McIntosh, who is an employe of after spending three weeks with Take only M iltmrtml/ '

Seaboard Air Lines, retires in the friends in Starke. ... ,
Well I don't know what It takes near future. Jimmy Peek is spending a two- r ,

to put Bradford County over the Among the 162 attending the week vacation In New York City. GOOD SUPPLY5V !
of Brooker Wed. Thurs. 3 4.5
Little Annette Green Tues. July
..'" / top in' the 7th War Loan-but young people's conference of the CHIMP
t" 'f' whatever it taken,,let's do It. We USA Presbyterian Church in Flor spent last week with Mr. and Mrs..

haven't missed meeting a quota ida which ended June 21 in Lake M. F. Hazen. GAI.VANIZEnUOOFING

yet and we can't afford to start Alfred were Hazel Fields. B. C. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Foote of "I'LL BE SEEING YOU"
now.Ve 'aln't got no John D. Holtzendorf, Jr., Charles Knight,, Winter Haven are here for an Indefinite

Rockefellers around, but I bet Merry Beth Knight and Barney visit with Mrs. FJote'ssonInlaw 6 Foot Through 12 Foot ;

there's lots of folks who could McRae Jr. and daughter Mr. and -

buy another $100 bond U they'd Mrs. F. A. Moore and Mrs. Norman Mrs. M. C. Ware. GINGER; ROGERS .' rJOSEPH

Just dust the cobwebs off .the old Walters and son Frank of Mrs. Bruce Chadwick of New ORDER NOW GOTTEN arrived to visit her FROM
with Orleans has ,
bankroll. Gainesville spent Sunday -
r. Mrs. Moore'a sister, Mrs. J. B.. husband at Camp Blanding and Is Western Auto Store I : . SHIRLEY TEMPLE '
at II ifIi ,
working as a beauty operator
W B.
Sapp and niece, Mrs Macclenny, Fla. .
..... Leila's. ;
; Muady.
.." .. ,. :... Mr.. and Mrs/'F' F. Stump spent '. ,
/ ... .' "' Sunday !in Mc-nllcello.( .
....: -.1" ) 3uminC Call II. C. Wall ,\gt.ncyBUlJo.fbS Mrs. Edna MAe Stevenson of ,
: l
."p't""Oil. Orange Texas arrived today to I
3I .:' month'with her mother,
"f spend a

"ld(j :? 2.Pfe .'& an l.i e6l Mrs.Miss Edith Bea Mosely.Mosely Is visiting Mr. I ,,'. "

; and Mrs. T. M. McBride in Valparaiso SALEON .

) (c' Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Mc-
h hi"
".. 'I'' ,, 4 4tl' I AMD Bride are the parents of Miss \

< : ... } Pretty and pert .. 'KEEPIHEM' Monely's fiance, Cpl. Johnny McBride fr
Jj ; little outfits to see who was killed lu I action :
: ;
ti. Jan. 24 In the European Theatie. ".1"-
'i .. : I\" you flatteringly Start Your Mrs. R. W. Sturges, Sr., of LIVING

': through relaxation Post War PlanningBy Meridian Miss., l is spending a
't:: t month with her daughter-in-law
J ", ." ." "i\\\ periods all through Placing Your Mis. SturgpB, Jr.. at the home of SUITS h t R I
: ; Mrs. Pauline Torode.
"kt J.? the warm weather Order Now For her mother
I Mr. Sturgea, Sr., arrived Monday 2 AND 3 PIECES
days. These Appliances night for a few days.

\\ BENDIX IN (-ull Vl'%.ll'KIOUIIlAl 4'Ol'R'r. HlttDKOIIIICOI IN IIIAVHele'n 199.50 to 124.50, ,I = ,.. i

AUTOMATIC C'IU'. ... ,-V, .,snfwitw+Ar' '"w..'...
Totl n. Plaintiff, v John -
'V--\ HOME LAUNDRYHOT : Totln. ncfpnilnnt. C'HHH No. sal.}
STATE':: n*' FLORIDA tat John t
\ \ REFRIGERATORS Tolin 2320-Jonvlllh.who* r..ldene'e'T.l n. In P. O. liDS NICE SELECTION OF BEDROOM SUITS '

RANGES Yon are rrti
WATER HEATERS July SOth.and 1945 lauiie.In wherein the above plaintiff mimedCourt SEE THEM $89.50 to $249.50 SEE THEM !
tllvnrc-R. i Ifl r. dforil CountyTelegraph ,, .
Keek .
Ihl. Order .....
AvailableWe shall puhlliih
As These Become '
" SHORTS Orders In In next four weekly laeu.a.official ; ;; I,!
Will Wltn... my "and> and ro
k t Order of Application seal at Htarke, Florida thl June JUST ARRIVED SELECTION OF ,
i't 23rd.(OFFICIAL 1910, 8EAT. ) A..1.. -.. p II .t\\l'
Aa (CI"rk flf .1.1 Court.T. r
LINE I"ndrum, Slark. Flnrilla. ;
FULL Frank
ZLr BLOUSES WIRING SUPPLIES Atty. for .'Ir.--C'ot'RT.UFOnn: 6.29 4t 7.20I BREAKFAST ROOM SUITS - - 35.50 up ,. ;.

:or (
('O"-.TY, FLORIUAI m (:11.\\1-.: r' r ., I
2.50 4.95Sternberg's ('EnYWilliam. .. r I
r B. Be.erman Plaintiff.Can.NO'ORnER v. UNFINISHED LA JVN FURNITURE 1 r
\ Electric Motors Frances Ba."rm. n. IWf.ndant. SEE OUR .


\' A Fluorescent AND NOTICE ,TO APPEAR


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Sturdy Well-Constructed ;

I ,. Hot Shot 4 ,I

'asant Blouse' ____ $2.50 t '. BATTERIESDelta Lanterns BABY HIGH CHAIRS II I i :

Lily Printed' Skirt $3.50! !'r ; ,, $4.95 to $19.50 !

Duo Therm /
hits Bow Bolero .

id'.0 Shorts& $.598 HEATERS 113 E. Call Street BABY CARRIAGESI }
Bed Lamps STARKE FLA.Maxwell 1 ,r C

"" Steel Constructed With Springs
Desk Lamps House Lb. if

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: '-! $32.50 !
COFFEE 25c .

Radio ServiceWiNKLER ,111 'I

_, Blue Paper Bag
: O'Sage No. 2 Can IT'S A

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. Theressa e.By. Minn. .. .Ida. Hajjan. . .
Bradford Countians !
'Marion; Sullivan of Miami i in
visiting his brothers, A. L. Sullivan
and family and Cleveland
Sullivan and family.
Kirby Swindell, A-S of Camp
Peary, Va., left Wednesday after
pending a 10 day leave with his
mother, Mrs. S. 11. Swindell

week-end Charlie Cox with of aunt Miami Ida spent Hagan the The 7th War Loan

family and cousins and Mrs.D. Alice J. Phillips Jones, and Our Quota For

Mrs. S. R. Swindell and :Mrs.
A. H. Kelsey were visiting in
Hampton Friday
Miss Willa Dean Lowry of Port
St. Joe, a Baptist Missionary,
conducted a Bible study on "Wit-
nessing for Christ" at the Hope S
Baptist Church last week. :
We are very glad to have Mrs ..,',. ,. .
J, D. Grlffla home from the hos- $307,000
pital In Gainesville.Mr. :5

and Mrs. ArLnur Milllken .
and children of Ocala visited Mrs.
Mllllken's parents Mr. and Mrs.
A. I.. Sullivan over the weekend.We .
are sorry to hear that Mrs.
A. L Sullivan Is la the Raiford

-Thomaa hospital spending Mrs.her-home again.some Britt Lake time has Geneva with returnedto after the Sales Will Count Through July 5

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' 'Yrr BUY BIGGER BONDS :' v-t. ' """t.-,....:.,.... .r.i.,:M'_";.:...".4 tyrlto,, . ;

r_ R amRead: that figure agdin, neigh. big-and the cost is staggering. Loans. This 7th War Loan is like

and More of Them! bor. It's not just a lot of numbers So of course our job is big. But two drives in one.

pulled out of a hat. It's our share, we can do it if you and every Study the chart below. See

-if et. ,-+ Y..nyY your share,in the mighty 7th War other patriotic American in this what your country expects you tot

r S E'' x 3 Loan. city buys a BIGGER bond than be. do in the 7th War Loan. Remember .

Docs it sound big, neighbor? fore-or invests a BIGGER portion you are part of America-a

Well, those Supcrforts that are of income in War Bonds now! part of America's might!

JrI .' 'L plastering Japan are big-and .
Two Drives One
? rr cost plenty. Battleships are blg- FIND' YOUR QUOTA...AND "AKE"_'_

and cost millions. The job ourfighting By this time last year, you had YOUR PERSONAL MATURITY
men are out to finish is already subscribed in two War WAR QUOTA BONO ISi>> 7TH VALUIO'WAR Ultll
I $117.50 S2JO
SPREDWALL h w ;225-250 150.00 200
_' .). ...... _: ."">;.;;r'.:" 210-235 111.25 175
7/adJte ZUatat 7"' 4 of_ --. ? -""--.JA.- ,.,v' .. 200-210 112.50.. 110
: 110-200 9J.7S 125N'NIJifJI'Ift

,,, n. flans 75.00 100
r iIi" 100-140 37.50 90
Yoi&'ii be mined it how quickly: end ,/J/ Under$100 1S.7S 1fl

} IIsilyyol&oo brighten up drib room.
with SPRED. One COM covers! No "; S TNt
fier-odorl No brush marks!) II.YIO: 7s ly', M101I
w..b-inyt clean longer! Com la < 46PVSJP/
today and let ui ihow you by demon.tniioa rt
that SPRED If
superior to
7 ordiniry witer-ihlnned puntit Your War Bonds Are like /

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W.r Bends..7.ur InweNn.n1.S H In pdndpl ?ye., ,lmsa ,

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.. .rt"NE 29. 19U BRADFORD COUNTY TtXKOUAril. STAItKE. ,_ .

Rice paddies are everywhere- -

on level and sloping land-nea I 3351 WHOM IT MAY .- ):.; ,: thence

I r i tp Duncan terraced squares blocked off by SERVICE IPARA lUll: OIlpElt: NOTU-H OK( IMfRLJCATIONQA TO Al'J'KAIl. sell will,, on for the the 8th high day, st ';.fllJ i South run

( :,( low walls of dirt and grass width,, STATI010' FLORIDA to llelf. for cavil, all the Interest. ...' ,
I1lplt.1? Whose.. r.'nrtom! IN 266 V'. lowing named minor In 21-7-20*
during the rainy season help hold HENRY B. STOKES JIl. LEON STARLINGIN Street MeniiihlM, Tenn lands herein after ,'... ; 8WH' of
our latest move- In the water. Now of course they AW.\ltIt-1; > SILVER ST.MC You are required to appear on wit: Interest of .1. :M. ..131.101'r.I ....t. lying
cDJI1pleb.d PACIFIC July 2-trd: 1 m., i f
ACTION ; I. the above namvI Leon Starling 1..I'r.111..1'' /! .lake
of effort are dry and what la left of the Henry D. Stokes 'ourt anti' .
a minimum Jr., son of Leon Starling S cause wherein ph.I..llrro'k. ma Starllnir William II. of Jan-
\1'1111 we were rice looks like straw lying around Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Stoke l-o. son of UUori-r Uradford C..unty Clara, Wrulyn Shaw the ; In//&, I I
time of Mr. l
days and Mrs. S. T Starling of 1'lIl"lI'l'"ph Bhall publish this Ord..r' Alva Thomas Starling '
two The hills around here are aome- rocker has been In next four UMUWSttnvss ... .
as before. promoted fromPfe Lawtey, is a Coast Guard weekly I' Thomas Shaw " ) and
and operating what scrawy, with few trees to gunner \\ m)' hand and official to the following lands" :

ads me (of the circus, the mostly just grass and bushes; but _. .__ r "R Sergeant_ 1 _____ aboaici an LST at 1 4'IIU'k.., Florida. this. Juno lUtb.lI. .. Commencing at 8W ," named j
our **c naa been I
tents '
pick UP our the vivid yellow Philippine sunsets the Pacific \ .".tAI. SEAL' ) A- J. Thonmi'. I 8XVW of NWV nf Sec ; & 4t euI"
8 for
equipment and set overseas 18 war zone. He As. oink of said Court.
and give them a brief moment of color. .
Bona Of course. months and Is writes T. Frank Lnndrum /Starki! 1
that he Is
Fomewhere else. "on.ght. Last night a new moon showed now in the Phil- see:' Klii. Atty for flf !*.fa 4t 7.13
of '
than rg plenty
y longer Itself Just above the hills-the Ippines. He was action Is >" ciwnir (7.'liiT. "It U FOII..
thinnest silver crescent and feeling (:01 % I'", 'I.onm.\1 IV nn -
ever awarded
Into the the Sil- fine and doesn't ( Kiev.Klater .
we arc farther the most memorable since a certain ver Star for I-.U..OM..y. Plaintiff, vs. Julia
but need (
fewer natives gorgeous full moon above the anythingbut F'uees.ery. efiJant. Case NtOKOKU c77211
action of 8660,
Before we can (
long. Pacific in New Guinea. in the last good I ) OK ITRLIOATION
service. news Anti NOT1CR; ,
i laundry landed We have a new acquisition to campa i g n. He home. He has STAfK OF KIXmiPA TO ATTKAIt to: Julia

annulled, since we brighten our otherwise drab teat would like to been in Fuaeewrry whose r."III..neo Is Sr.U
awfully dusty. The dust Shorty Marshall came back from hear from all his Fried Street Akron Ohio.
Coast Guard are required to appear on
much ou. fl6sne a
be almost as a town behind the lines today friends ar.d rel- for 31 months. July Urd. imi. in the above namei

fiance as NeW Guinea red where he had been on some lucky atives and his His address Court and OHUMO, wherein plalntlf;
+ : geeks dlMiuv. Bradford Count
They tell us the rains are mission, and brought two very current address Leon Stalling S Telegraph shall publish this. Orde"

star, in pretty little birds each in a hand- Is: In next four weekly. IHSIIVS.VKnvnH .
fd ((0 whichdtime Sirt. Henry n 1-c. USS LST \ m)' hand .and officiopeal

dl1h8., during carved wooden cage. He bought Stokes Co.: t, N en" .a'Hk.' ... Florida tills JunitOKFUMAL ... /od
'er beds now dry. fill up them from a Filipino he passedon 182 Inf.. APO 41, San Francisco KU, can toth. 19E.
will FPO Saa SP.AI. A. J. ThomaiAs .
paddles Francisco Calif.
en flood. Rice the road. They are just a Calif. Clerk of laid Court.

med in several Inches of little larger than canaries, are lion. T. Frnnk Lanilrnm. StnrkeFU. 9 to DallyExcept

Md mud may get to beep bright green with a dab of light ALT.V L. SMIT1iENDS : Jl'U.\S PEEK Atty. fur flf. 6-82 tt 7-11 Restaurant Hours: t Tuesday

? Not too pleasant a blue in the tall feathers, streaksof BOOT TRAINING BACK IN STATES i\ ( I lll'11'1' ('01 it'r. UK \iii-niti

t. vermilion on the throat and Alta L. Smith Sea. 2-c, daughter Mrs. J. I,. Peek" has I'ecelvl"dword t 1.1)1' *: lr.n. ri.oiini iv < n\\-

above the beak which is hooked of Mrs. Fannie E. Smith of from her son Julian tha LeHlvn. Cohlnv 1'altornon, IMnlntlflVH.

like a parrot's.So Waldo( formerly of Graham has he is back In the states after two JVIIHIIlllnid. CIIK,. No 31111.Patterson Livfenditnt

tiN!CIttv m.AulOLF far they haven't made a completed her boot training at years of overseas seivice. He 1 Is: ltDKIl tW I'L'BLICATKIN'
sound and have been eating on Manhattan Beach Training Sta- !Oliver General Hospital in Au STATE OF F1X)1U to: JOSH.u ." .
pl MANENT WAVE KIT small pieces of sugar cane and tion, Brooklyn, N. Y., and is gusta, Ga. He wa wounded In .Illaid rmierHuii whose r..*ld..noi More people drink Atlantic Ale and Deer than: any other.It .

Don ymireeUst borne bits of banana. A tropical diet assigned to the District CoastGuard Italy in the final stages of the Is You I'nkiidwn.ate. "ivnulrml 1 to appear on must be... M %5 j jS jw

: --hlit: contains:! P rfSuimtWavsBoIiiUon- G for tropical birds.: Office Charleston. S. C.She war there on April 22 after having July 23'd.i 19 i! U.| ; in the. above named 4t
Court nod CIIUHD, wherein plaintiff '
served through the African and f
p bampOO.ourl.r. ,bark 11'- enlisted In the SPARs in seeks dlvon-H, and Maiden Num.rentored .>Sal"a Ctarei-Kurl:. gooey WY. April.E. Italian campaigns, LVadford County Tel. .
BONDS; I graph shall. publish this, Order linext
four weekly Inauea.
Of/I Drug Store ; L. WIHTEIIEAD NEW ADDRESSESOF Wlln..B" my hand and official areat

SERVES; IN PACIFICE. SERVICE; MEN 1943 stHikf, Klurlda, this June lath t

L. Whitehead S 1-c. of W Q. Haile Jr.. Y 2-c. P. O. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas w t y la... t
son AH Clerk of said Court. IIr
Old Sarge's Place Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Whitehead Directory Crew Receiving Station Hon. It. II Duncan, JarkRonvllleFlu. .

of Bradford County has been In USN, Shoemaker, Calif. Ally fur, 1'lf. U-ja 4t 7-13! S

the Navy since July, 1944 and is Cpl. Cecil E. Leach, Hq. 125! IN fllUlir ('<>! HT. IllltltPOHl .

Labor Supr. Co., Hq. 157 Center. (-01 r'I'1. .011111\1 I" 11\- eAlEJrvo +
ARKirS ORIGINAL now aomewhere.tx (''':''t'. N W
,... j + <:
.tx r'aaM i In the Pacific.: He APO 772, New York. N. Y. i':. K. Uncnrek.. Plaintiff vs. haler <
lluxiirvk. .Dcfeiiilant. Cane No. 3814OIlPEIt "J'
ARMYTORE '. took his boot Clyde B. Rowe. Ptr. 2-c, CASU : OF 1'lTnL.K'ATION EfAAaeeer

training at Camp 6, care FPO San Francisco, Calif ANI NOTICE TO APl'BAIl: .
.... .
STATK tF p'LOltllA' to: Ilelernasarek. --
S. Sgt. Ancll Z. Futch, Sqdn
Peary Va., and 401D Fern Avenue, Lyons.
T I Fort Pierce Fla. D. 140th AAF BU, Moody Field,, JIlin...... Mwrra".e/M I.,A..... rte..!. (' i.n .m N.Ie,
{ You are required to appear or
Valdosta Ga.
He writes his : July 18th 194;>. In the above named''
\ J mother that he Is Pro Clyde W. Strickland Qm Court mill cause. wherein platntirifpekn

&I In the best of Det., S. U 2125: Al'O 826, New Telegraph divorce vlmlt. Bradford publish this Counts Order

AuthorizedBy health ana is Orleans La. In next four weekly" iMnuen.WllncHH .

The 'War Department looking forwardto A-C Bill Patray, Sec. C-1, Sel at Mtnrke my, hnnd Fliuldii.and, this offlrlnlseal June. REFINEMENTin

r e t u rnlng; man Field Monroe La. l'I1h.! 1945.Ol"'ll"L.
I" S. W. C. Rhoden 326 Q\ ( SI2AI' ) A. J. Thomas. '
wife Sgt.
home to his A. Clerk of said Court. every necessary detail In a Service

and baby His Truck Co., APO 14542 San Francisco lion. H O Drown Htnrke, Flnrlili. available locally and !widely/ known
K Ally for IMf. 6-23 4t 7.t3!
address is: E. L. Calif.T. its wholesome
:. for its modest cost ,
an Ex-Soldier Whitehead, :S I-C., Sgt. Lloyd Wilkerson Sqdn IN IKIIir 1'111 ilT" Illl %I>FOIII and tactful .
USS Medea AKA. 31, care FPO B-l. Box 1173. 3704 AAF BU, 1(''1)1 r.iiv.Oma i\r. FI.
San Francisco Calif. Keeeler Field Miss. Itnmey, I'lulntlff.: vs. RnyiIlamev. : .b
I fvndnlit. Case No ::I75QOIIPKH 91.
STATK OF FI/)HII>A to: IloviKainey
ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES LOOKOUT ON BATTLESHIP; Stars In "Sudan" whose r...lilence U Stale C. JONES '
lluHpltal, at MnrKanton, MorKanlon.
Robert C. Bagwel 23 son ol p
NOVELTIES Mr. and Mrs. James Bagwell of Coming To Park You are r en ill I reel to appear 01 :;(.. \{

Starke has advanced to the rank July 20th., 11)45) : In the above mini. d", "" ',:i Funeral I Director ,. ,
e.J Court nail cause, wherein }Plain'tiff
of coxswain aboard a battleship Playing Sunday Monday and seeks divorce.: Bradford (Count: !; .fit: t STAHKB PHONE 7

Suslow'S'Army"Sfor In the Pacific. He serve as a Tuesday at the Park Theatre wit Telegraph shall ptibllHh\, :iMtmen.WltneHs this. Order! t ,
In next four weekly
en lookout during battle actions and be the colorful adventure romAnce mY hand and official sea. Our local funeral l home enables us to "

Is posted high In the superstructUre "Sudan", starring Maria Montez, at Htiuke, Florida a. .., this, +June 16th.1945.'u .. .. offer conveniences a n d. ,services,not. ...." ..... I

.. 0f' the snlpf-'morV: than"10C Jon Hall and Turhan Bey wit\ (OFFICIAL SAL) A, J. Thomas. otherwise available. : .' I

feet above the water's surface.In Andy Devine, George Zucco and AH Clerk, ; of said C'nuit.Chan. \ .
HiillillnwJarknonvllle a ,
It. IIiiHH, lot Realty '
more than two( years aboard many others in the supportingroles. I / l'la.tly.( for 1'lf. li0PITAL EQUIPMENT

this ship Bagwell has witnessed It Is famed in gorgeous 6-2 4t T-1S. ", ,

E. Call Street Starke, Fla. four major bombardments opera technicolor and Is the story of IN: C'liinir (-'oi iir, mi tlFOllll1'1)1"V'I'Y. With the growing demand for hospital equipment for usa In the. .

tions supporting all big Pacific Nalla. spirited daughter of the King ri.OIIII\l IXPoro'thy 411": ,,- home we have Increased our supply which Is available at a nominal (- p
-,!. landings from the Gilberts in of KhemmU, who Is found mysteriously ( '':''Y. Andersen. Plaintiff vsThorbjnrn charge. As a part of our service we deliver and set up thin/ j

November 1943 to Leyte in 1944 murdered at the picture's' Ando. I'' .le u, liefendant, equipment In the homo both locally anti In the surrounding
Case No. 8854OUOICIt
task force raids on Formosa and opening. Nalla mounts her OF IM'RMfATION territory.

the Ryukyu Islands and the battle father's throne but the royal AND NOTK-K, : TO APFWARSTATW Thorhr

Meet .11 eAtanding I for Leyte Gulf. chamberlain plots to acquire It | >hn Andll..en.OF FUIRIPA whose, residence 10:< In-

Before entering the service he for himself. Unknown.You .
required to appear on
Center Bar worked for some time as a carpenter First he must dispose of Naila, July 23rd.are 1045. In the above nam-
His and this he proceeds to do by I'd Court and cause. wherein plain-
and miner.
mascri sale Into slavery. Ilff seeks, divorce, llradford, County
wife lives at 4710 Franklin St., engineering her Tel"lI'raph shall pulilliih thin. Order (
She makes a spectacular escape In next four weekly Lease T H ROU Gil THESE PORTALS
Denver, Colo. hand and official
desert Witness my
and finds her way to a Florida, this JunSOth.
neat at Htarke,
t te fiha oasis where she is found, uncon- .. 1646.OFFICIAL. PASS THE BEST SOLDIERS i
4e \ RICKS
a t J. D. of carefree ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,. \
en9)} a AT GREAT LAKESJ. scious, by a couple A. Clerk of said Court.
beet of Mr. and vagabonds, played by Jon Hall .1. H Harrison 105 Law Exchange ON EARTH
Jr. son
0\\ \\011 D. and Andy Devine, who take her Hulldln, Jacksonville, Florida Atty .. i :
te\a ao1t \t\8 : Mrs. J D. Rick of Starke, re- for Plf. 6.22t T"ia
ih 't'to\1. the Navy and Is in tow. APPLICATION
cently joined FOR
and her two companions NOTICE Of
..\\\. ,, now taking his boot training at But TAB IKF:11: I I
are captured by the slavers 4IIOHS* Hill No. IMI3NOTICM )
\ Great Lakes. Ill, and are about to be executed 19 HEHKBY fJIVEN t

te'"J. He has two brothers In service: rescued Turhan that Henry Bryant the holder ofthe
when they are by following certificate hall filed.
Cpl. Jesse J. Ricks, now m Germany Bey, leader of a band of escaped said certificate for a tax deed to
.11- and Joe C. Ricks, CM 3-c, be Issued thereon. The certificate .
whom the royal
slaves. It Is Bey number and year of Issuance thedcwcrlptlon :
of the U. S. Navy.OCCUPATION chamberlain has accused of the of the property and E1i ;
assessed '" 1.
In which It was
murder of her father It Isn't the name _. r.
are a. fallow! ,
ARMY until the battles are fought be- Certlfh ate No. 295. Year of !I.- .
Three of eight Army divisions slave band and ,the Nuance 1942."e".rlptlon.
be tween the of Property S 5 A ol i l''j'
which'have been announced chamberlain's forces that the Eye of SW'4 ..f HKVi: Sec 6 Twp ,
a permanent part of the occupa- learns the truth 7 1-1. It. 22 b:., Containing 6 Acres. I
613L young queen which assessed: Unknown i +ip.
Name In l
received ',
tion Army in Germany that the c h a mberlaln himself, ++ i :

A E> I N f7 part of their Blanding military, Florida's training murdered her father, not Bey. the All County of' said of property Bradford, being State of In! ii; . I Ii'Glll

here at Camp '
IPIIIIITt: E A .Q largest Infantry replacement NOTIVI') Klurlda.Unless< such certificate or certificates ;
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN: that shall be redeemed accordingto }Iii ittijiti% .
: : :
center. encased In
training the undersigned are law the property described In p
J.C and business under the fictitious name certificates will ''
The First, Twenty-Ninth 101 much certificate or
which will of UKUCKEIt and l>e sold to the highest' bidder at theourt :
Divisions Florida,
Thirty-Sixth Call Htreet house door on the first Mon-
remain in Germany as occupation Intend to register the said fictitious day In the month of July 1945, "
name In the office of the which Is the 2nd day of July 1946. ,
MANAGER troops, all were In training at Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bradford Dated this 2nd day of June, 1945.OFFICIAL e c.+i ti ilia t: l
MAYBELLE J. HYDE, Blandig: in the early days County Florida. ( Thomas Ij
Camp JIOMIJNI DRUCKEH.KI.HIB rf.Iourt.oi': *
( Bradford
!Tlerk of ( 7 iriiiiil ; ; ,')
of the war.You're : DRUCKKK DRt1CKF.R.I.foON ,. CountyFlorida.. e-a 4t 6-29 ( i i

-- .. --" .- DAVID I>RUCKfo R.22 . isr rinci-iT co i'liT nitAnvonnroltlVTY f .; i kt4 J r ,.,:
&- 6t 7-20 Owners.iv FLORIDAIN CHAN.: : j j"j jI
cuitr.tlnlnvenlda: .
rinri'iT: (:'Ot RT. """UFOHDCOI''ITY. M. T.orenio Albrscht
Man '! FLOIilUAl CIIANea : I'lalnUff.[ vs. Stephen. Albrecht De- '; i iillf

a Service Eugene.n1. R. Rlplejr, Plaintiff.. ... fendant. Case 01"No' 3 37.OUUER : ;"ilJ ""j

Helen. Rlpley D..f mlant. Case No. ..jn VOTIPR TnhAPYKARSTATE
OF FLORIDA to: Stephen
looking for \iui' and
Fil are .o.nhen Albrerht, 3>!t2R235, 213th
Military Police, A.P.O. 343 %,
stmastr; Han Francisco, Califor 1
the right things at the-
,l ; nia.You are required to appear on
fitly Uth, 1943. In the above named b
Court and cause, wherein pl..lntiff OI'H RKf'Oftl "HOW
BONDS seeks. divorce and restoration ovum TWO MIM.IO
right prices WAR sO1.D1.71ta tiAtnMAIIM
nf maiden name Bradford County
I'DUfll.tOK.fl' IN b
Telegraph shall publlnh this Ordern
next, four weekly Issues.Witness 01'11 MTOItfO: TIIKMHMttr .If!
official Hid A ItRtaOMI! .
'hand and
y RELIEF "leal at Htarke my, Florida, this June I !
( SRAM A. J. Thomas.U : :
Clerk of said Court. P
ACID INDIGESTION T.[ Frank Ijtndrum. Htarke, Florida
SHAFKIN'SV.IS.IT FOR Uty. tor Pit. 6-15 4t 7OTK'H I

\ OK" \Iii it
.i Notice Is hereby given to all
whom It may concern that I will
fin the IIfh day of JulY A. D. 1945.
"ell. at' Private Sale, for cash the STORESj
/ ( 1 allowing described lands. belonging'
to James Alvare. a minor to-wlt J
four, thirteen and
- Lots three "
: j

"The Store All Soldiers Know"JEWELRYUNIFORMSGIFTS w/ SOeCDCarpenter's fourteen Town of of Htarke Everly's Florida.Addition In .Hec-' to AT BLANDING BUS STATION I It H
22 Kast.K.
lon III, Twp. 8 8 R
\'. Alvarea, Uuardlaji.
&-it 4t T-U '

*' Store :NOTICK OF ..TTlT'oK" MI O"'IJ 4 44t
Drug ..1 XII*
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PAGE El C JUThornton -

w drlhed I August, U45. ,
description. of the property. and the Jntf In such to law certificate the property or certificate Slated this 17th d" Af Jun J e. 1945.1Clerk .
4 Family name In which It wax .Messed areas hlirheHt bidderat ,
will be Hold ti the of rirrult C',,, I .' Bradford
Griffis Place Certificate follow: Nn. SDH Year of lHiinnce ,,- first th.Jur.Monday. ,in hotte month door of August.on the I (County Florida, Ofi'lr'IAL SEA!.' I I A s ku
wys July. I. 1942 I.ul, I & 1045 which l Is the 6th day: of G,2 U 7-20 ( II I
Description" of Property: .
,_ ,
Patrolman Ebb Thornton with W 20 I<'t. of Lot >U> of muck 2J:. .4 ,
; ", Uluntnns. Add Una 30 Twp. 7 HIt
I*: his wife and daughter Mr. Selma I 22 leael.Name IIAUOLU C. WALL JOS. II.: WILSON I
i" McCall have purchased the Mrad- In which assessed: W. II

ford Inn on Road 13 from Llnilsey Heal i t r
In the
All nf Bald property helm
Griffis and arc milking It their Bounty of Bradford, Hlate rtf Vlor- EVERY BRANCH OF ;, 'I
home. The frame building consist Ida

of six rooms with bath end Unless. shall Much be certificate redeemed unnrdlnKto nr certificates 1 INS U RAN C JI -
the furnishings were included In i law the property d..llrl'lI"d In
There are three nuth certificate or certificate will
? the purchase.
lie Hold to the highest bidder' at
Iota with the house. the court house door on the first

Mr. Thornton stated tnat the Monday which" I*In the month 6th,of day August of AUKUxt 1U4A H.C.WALL 1I ::
( Inn la a residence now and the '941>. :

former line of buxineaa will not baled thus 27lh day A of J.June ThorrlUH, 1945., AGENCYConstant :

be conducted there. Cleric of CMrcult Court of llradford
County Florida,
Mrs. V. E. Howard has returned 6-tt 4t 70 -(OFFICIAl. SKAI)) Service Over 50 Years /M'' y

from a two weeks' visit with her NOTIVfo1 : -
In The registration books of the
daughter, Mrs. of Hlarke will he open for
Kingsville, Texai. Mrs. Russell III rcwlatratlon of elei,torn from Friday, 0 Please Phone ee
from an illness.NOTICIO 'I July 13, 1944, through Haturdiiy.AuKUxt .
recovering II, 1U45, Incluvlve, at the r
City Hall.,
TAX IIKKII; I Officer : J
>ii.u...<> inn N... 1"1\:1:
Hint T .1. Alderman the holder wr A 1'1'1.1('1'10% VOlt
the following esrtltlcnteN! him ill d l I 'ftll.Vtt RELEASED TO ESSENTIAL DRIVERS
Hid. ,.frtiriint..H for a tux ilond to If....>. 11111 No IHCiaNOTlfM CAR TIRES WOULD BE
h.. 1..u.1. thi.r..on. '1''h'' vPrtltlcntenumber' I IS HBKKIIV OIVKV. little FOFt S\Ln-Corrugate-el roof open
of Issuance, tliaMANUFACTURERS HAVE IT FIXir) Many
and yean: J'arkham the holder Write P. O
that F M. .. breaking up aroundthe shed 30x4 0 feet
I of the fallowing certlflrales-hur thing house are. theme day that you box 2066, Jacksonville, or phone ,. w.w
fur t"xdncid 6-li 4tp
mild uertlflcateM
filed Thecerllfliutte. would replace. If you could getthem. 5-C013
ba Ixnued thereon
I* lmpoalble' hut
and, oflesuanee *
numbera years
b"1'I'h Ark for Individually
fix It.
of t the can SPENCER
,, and tho the description names In whichit Frank at Telegraph Office tf designed Mr*. Bertha pea2"d 80S
property was assessed are as. followsCertificate : Wet Madison St Come In and Let Us Help You
,n d No. 36 Year of Issuance FOR HALE-4, 8 A k room whitehouHe
Including plumbing and 8TKAYED- 4 yearling, about 18
1906Desrriptlon: :
of Property: fiB A electrical fixture. to be removed month old. One black with white Make Out an Application to Buy
Fla Call red with while face. Marked
In MM of NE, % deeded to William Located at Shamrock. fare 3
OP (ones ex road & MVi of SIC"1' ofNW'4 for Mr. (him on the grounds and smooth crop on ear, swallow
Heo. 84 Twp 7 S. K 21. liiiMt, he will show you. Write I' O, furk undrrblt. In other Branded.
contalnlnif 73 Acres more nr less,. Uox' 2068, Jar kiionvllle. Phone 1.1). toward '25 Notify L. LiJyul
Blocks Name In which assessed: Norman 6-6092. 6-15 4tp Hrooker, 6-29 alp
Concrete niue.All. .
of said property being In the FOR 8A1.U-2. 4 & 6 room colored $1l('; LACY Sl.MMci.SM: for your:
-- County of Bradford, Stale: of Florida houses, to be removed, locatedat Porto flea and Banana Yam
V Shamrock. Cull for Mr. Stun. vine. Will start cutting after refont
tTnloss such certificate or certlflcales on the. grounds and he will show July 4. Vines are at Mr. Hronke'Hplace. j
BUILDINGMATERIALS shall be redeemed ",'cord- you Write p, O Uox 2066. Jacknonvllle lip
or phone 6-6092 6-15 4tp
FOR 9\LP-4 gallon milk cow with
AIIOITROACHES 4 week 'old heifer calf. F J. Fl :.
110 VOV LIST YOUR FARM, CITY, AND Hhaw. Hte 1. Box 2, atarke. Itp fit. 'a

Paints Hoofing ? BUSINESS PROPERTY . FOR SALE perfect working. '
Hardware VVallboards:. double or dingle, 9-year-old home,
When you fight roaches you try weight 1200 pound, with wagon DELUXEZ'C.HAMPIONf
to Ret rid of them all not juxt and name*. Newnom'li Dairy.
kill the few that you can hit 6-29 tp
or duet or that walk IUC AL
with Kpray ;l,
accident. S7ROUr ..._ ... ."
Into a powder by FOIL MA1.U-20 barred rock pullet. _. ''' I
ffireatet ndTer4lev. of roan* old. 607 'V. Madison Ht,, ., : '.'1.... '
3 month. '..,.$,r; . '
ANNISBUILDING .. '-----.1.-0<:$:::, '!t'I ..., ,
aver Up .
K3DROACH trr prep."' ll male .-_.,. + w :,.,. e r .......

KILLER /3.0OO Ilarer of Hom.e-F.rm.-from all over the FOR SAM:-Cheap. 1 sloe 120 kn.dak. . .... '
IS DIPPRRKNTItoachit World me open ....flns.Eo Joe Wiggins, Hampton Itp' :: ...: J The Tires That Stay.a"y
eat It becaunethey. like A.STROUT MATTHIASES: of all kinds renovated ,_
It. They dry up and die Safe( furniture upholstered and
to line Non-polaonous to man Rf'prPNPnteol Locally fly reflnlnhed Drop. IIM a card Safer' Longer Because

SUPPLY 15c and 25c pkgs. 116 So. Walnut St. 230, Palatkn, Fla. tf ... .' !" : of These

at LOST t>lt STKAYKIi: head of cattlo. .

4 Depot & Pleasant Sts. Sistrunk Feed and FOR SAMS-Concrete block apart while; one unmarked yellow cow calf with cow red marked and.
went house, 3 apnrtmenta. Income swallow fork upper. and underhit Extra Value Features
S Phone 1325Gainesville: : Seed Co. $200 per month. Cheap for light ear, swallow fork under. t -
cash. Phone 94 tf bit left; one light red heifer; ..-,,! ...- ,. .> .. _
t Y 0.
/ 1"1 la. STAKKE, FLORIDA one dark red heifer. one black' ,I 'II ...-11:7'",;." ,I..,.. -.* -.
In k and white
( 'uUNU-Chrarelte lighter Owner heifer; one b > ii
MlK. br MrPhall product may have by ldi>nttf>'tnic nnd paying speckled male all fume mark as
Orlando Klfi. for ad. Write F O box loll cow. One old 'ow with one Ie The only tire built with the
Up crooked horn marked. staple fork
under. hit I left, under bits crop famous Gear-Grip Tread for
1GIIlmJljOOtQlQlmIDGl.mmmmmWCIClJillUCOODlwm1J:1() ( : IDta: l1OjJrJQOO STRAYED Y mare colt about 2: split. right. One dark red cow' s
years old 1. left Friday p. m., white one horn slipped marked crop extra protection against
star on forehead Last seen at split right; crop "lItlnder bit .M
Lawton Conner's Notify' Mm left A"tyone HC'elnif these cow, .
Anna Huxter lite. 2. Box 12ft. please notify L V. Water at f skidding.
Starke Itp Brooker. 150 rev.aid. 8.29 4tp ,

2.The only; ,tire .built.! with Sallie!
' 1 'I eLock
VAGA1JONDHOUSE A -"+1 I I Gum-pipped( Cord Body
r TRAILER .L' I t 1 for extra strength.

FOR YOUR WIFE 2 Rooms 4 People 3e The only tire built with

OR PARENTS Gas Range (All Steel) -.- Safti-Sured ,Construction for
Gas Heat in Each Room Electric Brakes New Tires New
greater safety and longer
$1,200 CASH
Low Price

"When life has been well spent age is EARL WILLIAMS

a loss of what we can well spare-muscular 1000 Feet From II Gate IILANDINO" CENTER a 16.05 tsaali'1; BUY THE FIIIESTOXE

strength organic instincts and gross bulk. .
old in infancy
"Out wisdom which was

is young in fourscore years, and dropping BIN A BOND TO Ce N1lafsNdad.J .. KNOW ,YOU HA VE

off obstructions leaves the mind purifiedand THE BEST


To augment the richness of wisdom is modern medicine ";rWe ;. ." \ W A K N I N G !

a comforting ally of the aged. For the physician, 1't' TN :

s ,. together with the pharmacist stands ready to alleviate : CHANCES ARE "A" CARD HOLDERS WON'T

the infirmities of age in the interest of happier healthier GET NEW TIRES FOR A LONG TIME TO COME

and longer lives.CARPENTER'S. ,

HERE ARE THE FACTS It is true that more new tire are being made but only the
at home and the boy overseas become
most essential Band 0-card holders are getting them. A-card holders are not eligible,
: : very lndlgni iit,. and justly! *o, when we read

1 of striken and walk-outs In plants producing but you, too can keep! your car rolling by recapping your:tires now. et1

necesnary equipment for the war effort. It
TilE ft...< *t DRUG STORK
also takes material to keep these plants go-

, "On The Minit Service" Ing. In either case It takes our money and

PHONE 61 STAUKE FLA. our government asks us to contribute our Get

help through the purchase of War Bonds.I .
M 8 aWKMiatt/ BHM>MtSa [ lmmIU Y
1 .can fee no difference between the person
s striking and the person who falls to Buy
I Bond.* when lie Is able to do so. There la one

( RENTLANDLORDS feature that we can't overlook. That Is: We ;

do know who the strikers are, but:we haveno

way of knowing who the person Is who RECAPPING
does not contribute his part In buying Bonds.I .
5k . OR IS IT TOO LOW? H It la : J
: guess fortunate that the boys returningwill t 'i
i Firestone recapping, alone; gives
have no of
way knowing who did not
your tires the famous DeLuxe
back them here at home. They might place

IF these slacken In the same clasn as' strikers Champion Gear-Grip Tread for

F extra safety, extra traction and

longer mileage.
*:'1' IT IS TOO LOW I CAN HELP YOU The Seventh War Loan Is nearly over(- and to ." 70

date Bradford County hag reached only 53 .

percent of Its quota In E Bonds. Are we goIng daatt'We
CAN to fall this timer If
YOU every citizen in '
..... Bradford Loan Yon Tires
, County who is able to cjc> so would OMn She
.1 Invest just $75: in Bonds, we would: go over While We Recap Yours hop Ce.n/

: V Get It Raised Under New OPA Regulations the top. If a $100 bond was bought in honor .
' of each of those boys whose
names are on
And Keep It Fair Under New Florida Laws. the Honor Roll on the courthouse Iq'uare. we

See Me If You Need Help our quota. ,



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