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: July 13, 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: VID04923
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Meet The Guy Who'd Rather Have .

Fun Vt fila"Alld A Lieutenant's Bars . Sgt. Ander- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I ,

Case of Pfc. Pitts Versus OCS
Official County Publication Established In 187'1 J i
In.laf\jU', J'. 1.of on edge lengthwise along (tile i
111\111"' the, '. happy-go-lUCklt'st toes of the shoes and touch every 1 "'ULUJIE: IXT1'n'II': STARKE, I'TARIDA, "'UII).!'., ..l1'1.IS, 19' NI'MBSIt; : TIIIILT-tliH'r I

m. If Pfc Everett toe of every shoe. One of my -

lIarters A e\'e mechlll1H', "to'ky m.urr. rn boy our pool of Division aboutet He's to toes be didn't just touch so, but Everything I got on had the I Confessed Slaver [ Roads And Bridges Still Top ProblemAs

lovIng brown haired, PUg ball after that so they wouldn
nine and he has a kick me out before maneuver
blue eyed white teeth that were over. With the end of Taken In CustodyBy !
, even New
ul i "t" County Prepares Budget
howmg because he's maneuvers Cheatham and I began .
rays one of those to let down. We'drove horn
s can't help liking every week-end to see our wives, Sheriff I --- --
yoU lust Is one knowing full well this frowned
And he was -
oft the bat upon, for ambitious candidates i Proposed Expenditures For New Year

use arcns are expected to study all: Sheriff A O. Andreu made a UNWELCOME CUESTS Estimated At
,,> who + day every Sunday even though, business trip to St. Augustine on I $75,207.00By
the oppor- officially. It's a day off. We Thursday of last week. Commissioners
to crash didn't Study much but our tw The business was pretty serious You know the type :

nner circle years of Infantry tralnJng: carried nothing less than taking into She chews gum with a obligatto of pops
society us along. A few custody 22-year-old Charles Alinexsailor
weeks .
my before :
and smacks Following the general trend of rising costs in all phasesof
de a by the end of the course 50 out who has been held I In ; .
ill I lleutcn- of our company of 200 w ere St. Johns County since May 7 as She probably hails from Brooklyn the U. S, economy, Bradford County's proposed budget for
and one 'busted' out; I wasn't among then the suspected slayer of Charles 1945-46 carries an over-all total of 75207.00, an increaseof
turned II although the guys above me and H. Montgomery, wealthy Grove Bronx or Yonkers and seems to want the 7822.86 over the 19-14-45 total of 6738414. ;I ".

,"if his wn below me on the roster were. A CIty Pa., lumberman. world to know it rather than keep as quiet as Almost half of the increase Is accounted for by an item : ,
But week later 20 more candidates 1 limy Although Sheriff Andre u of $3OOO for the General Fund, budgeted for estimated
what our company got the boot, Cheat brought Allen here and "gave him possible about it ; maintenance of the County courthouse! It is considered i

15 i about ham and I not among them. Fou dinner" at the county jail, he Nine chances out of ten she wears fuchsia likely that at least I part of the building must be re-roofed I ,,
s, as we all days', before G-Day we saw wi soon moved on with his unwelcome within the year and extensive painting and other needed ;
inn I graduated from of Gun high were going to make It arid they; guest and deposited him at lipstick and purple slacks ; repairs will bo made. Last year only $800 was budgetedfor 1 .
in his home town were even ordering uniforms for an unannounced destination for She has nothing at all to do and 24 hoursa courthouse maintenance
!le, up in the sand hill sec us, so we went to see the com safekeeping."I .
,f north Alabama In the pany commander and explained was afraid day to do it in ; As the county prepares to enter its new fisoal year, .

of '40(), and that Fall, when we weren't having any brass bars him," the sheriff our jail stated.wouldn'thold "H She doesn't like Starke because it doesn't the maintenance of .graded roads and bridges is still the f
)NE year of selective ser His explosion echoed all the way; almost got away In St. John No. 1 problem and a leading item of expense.! Due to the .. ,
amlng"; was looming: dark up the line to the O.C.S. com County." The Sheriff preferre have a'subway and an automat ; heavy war-time traffic load and the poor quality of lumber
of his youth, he< mandant, a -major general.'" available for construction and bridges almost as :' r
he horizon not repair wear out
I' to tell where Allen is being She doesn't like Florida because it either .A: \
the local National Guard Pitts was hauled up successively held.It. fast as they are placed! in shape, It was stated. The Item for bridge
Company E of the 167U before the battalion and rains or it doesn't rain; the sun shines or itdoesn't timber was increased from $ ,OOO In 1844-43: to U, oo ft the present t j
Is considered
likely that the
His high
ry regiment I Walter Newman, regimental CO, but he remained confessed slayer will be broughto shine ; it gets hot and it gets cold- estimated budget.
principle remiss. he
out O-Dity was trial here soon after the pres The county now has between. 223: and 230: miles of graded roads
.o captain of the guard made to march to the rostrum annoying inconveniences to which Brooklyn,
he'd be better ent term -of court Is over in Ala The job is becoming increasingly difficult because of the difficulty
he figured with clu.ssmatcs. but \
ere with friends than he till he graduating declined the magic pieceof chua County probably about the the Bronx or Yonkers apparently are not sub- In obtaining parts for the one "worn out" grader owned by the

be on some strange shon paper lie"1r'f"CI his old middle of August, according to i a jected. county. This equlpm< Is often unusable for a matter of several
ch the sea of Selective Ser outfit to his transfer statement this week by State'sAttorney weeks while awaiting necessary repairs. The county has hall< an I
ight later wash 'him. Cairn back .to the request regiment. They T. E. Duncan. She doesn't like Camp Blanding or the application In since March for priority to buy a new grader, butso f

ben '40() and the 187th, tif did and lie was. The costly trial will be held In whole dArmy because they don't appreciateher far thin has not come through. I \
Dixie Division, was Bradford County because, accordIng -
t The O.C.S. commandant wrot Following are minutes of the Commissioners meeting held last ''i
husband and him when
give duty by rightshe
to active duty and ship. to a statement by Allen, he '
General John a letter about the, which the budget was adopted: '
Friday at temporary
Branding, at that time Irtiaos killed\ Montgomery( In this> count;]
situation complaining that the should be in town taking her to the movies ;
of construction, foiyear' although the body was found July 6th., A, D. 1945:
Army didn't have time to waste under St. She is miserable and like all les 'I:
of military training a bridge near Augustine perfectly I
$5,000 training an officer candidate The Board of County: Commissioners of Bradford;<<1 Comity, Florida,
turned to be quite The wealthy lumbermai I
has out
one only to have him refuse the was letting Allen ,rIde to Soutl miserables wants plenty of company. met In the Clerk's Office at 10:00 O'clock A. M. Pursuant to recess ,:
bars after successfully completing with the following members! present: M. O. Harrell, Chairman, P.
I in the
s February following war Florida with him (having picket Yes, she's a type ; not majority,
the course, so one fine day Pitts: the Atlanta D. Reddish K. L. Crawford and. J. L. 'Wynn.
Hxle DUMon was nhang- I was "invited Up" to see the Gen young man up near praise Allah ; and perhaps there'd be even
of making estimate of
to Camp Bowie, Texas, I The ex-sailor was taken Into The Board then took up the matter an
cntly to get the boy farh eral. "I recalled.stood stiff as a ram-rod. custody on May 4 at West Pain fewer around) if more landlords would dupli- the necessary expenses of the County for the fiscal year from October

from home NO that that Pitts Beach. At the time of his arrest the that hotel 1, 1943. to and Including September 30th., 1943, and having \ '
cate sign
asked ]I large one weary
r wouldn't detract from "When he me why he was wearing a Masonic ring considered the receipts estimated by the Clerk and having given ;, I
attention to training every refused the commission.* I had to and a Mexican belt, both identified keeper had 'the Telegraph print for him this Cult consideration of the needs and necessities of the County and '(*

nil 1, as It did at niandlng.e tell think him fast.I went I couldn't to O.C.S. up to miss and as belonging to the slain man week. Here it is : the requirements for the fiscal year have determined and do hereby d

June '42 and Louisiana his maneuvers, but I suddenly Officers state that Allen signer r declare, the following to be the estimated expenses and an special flfl I:
vera were coming. Inch caught an Idea. Knowing how a confession saying that he sho ",., VI'" r .. and extraordinary expenses contemplated far the year from ad- ; 'I .

y, the war over here has proud the General was of the Montgomery on Road 28 bc weer valorem taxation and estimated receipts from other sources which 'i :
been as bad as Louisiana Dixie Division and knowing he Starke and Keystone Heights NOTICEThe will be available: .'" ''t,
i'ers except that the bul- thought every man in it was They also said that traveller'! J V J -;T': 1 I ji.I ji.
OKNEKtL, FtTN'D >: ,
and Iden ? ;
checks totaling $2&O
d enemy are real. At that proud of it too, I explained( my U, S. Army is the finest Army In JL !
he Infantry O.C.S. (Officer refusal: 'I heard the, Division was ifIcatlon cards belonging to Salaries County Commissioners ____uu____-____-__... .'3000.00 t i
ate School at Montgomery were found in Al. the world. Clerk Circuit Court __.. .._________ 1200.00 'I i p '
) Benning was going to fight. Sir, and 1 wantedto Salary ---------------
ng for candidates due to go with It.' That did it. The en's possession. Supervisor of Registration ______________________________ 310.00( I'' dg j : .
ortage of officers, so Pitts, general almost smiled. 'Well you You should love it and support it- Sheriff Attendance on County Commissioners ____________ 6200 \ I

a Staff Sergeant, and his ought to make some commanding I Rotary Committee not KNOCK it. Attorney for County Commissioners ________.____________ 25.00: I i

own, buddy, Sgt. Ernestam officer a darn good non-com,' Asked to Set Pace Commit & Fees County Assessor of Taxes __________ 3,000.00 : Y

dreamed up a schemes was his comment. You people who sit around all day Commission and Fees County Tax Collector __ __._._______ 3,00000

maneuvers. They applied The Division AG (Adjutant For New Club Year Maintenance County Court HOUND _______u__-,__________ 3,000.00Janitor

od.S. and soldiers because, the-. they really ,General) explained to Pitts he the func knocking the North, South, East and ________________.__________________ -T--------- l.OOO.OOLights : : :

approved the apllcations examining could still get the commission, by boning Emphasis of all on committees proper In order West make yourselves unwelcome Fuel and Water _______________.___._________.-. 1,000.00 '

e Dixie Commander MaJ. signing the papers, but he still to insure a successful year Ir guests. Insurance -,___.___________________________._____-_-____ 800.00 i I ?

John C. Persons Included wasn't having any. Rotary was made at the Wednesday Incidentals ___________________________i__._____________ 1.200.0O ; ;

n the O.C.S. quota allot- Pitts (he later made Tech luncheon meeting by E. L, .. Expenses of Elections __________.________...__________ l. oo.OO ,J.j'l' ,,
the Dlvl i ion for that Sergeant) WM a platoon leaderIn Matthews, new president of the r '1 I Legal Advertising and Expenses _.___.___.______-_______ 20000 .1. I ,

Company E until after the local club. Do we hear a fervent chorus of Amens? Administrative Supplies and Expenses ________________ 1,50000 r1!:I ,

the Division packed off Wakde-Sarml New Guinea, An outline of committees war Indexing ______?____?.?_.___._______.._____________ 300.OO t ... .
ineuvew, and our hero campaign, and then he transferred presented in chart form and A. J Court House Furniture and Fixtures __.__.____________ 1,200.00 ;

off to Bennlng, whered to Dixie Headquarters! an a Thomas chairman of the Important Fees and Costs Clerk Circuit Court _.______________.__. 800.00 'j

Instead of two month private when a new commanding with- Club Service Committee gave Hampton Warned Rites Sunday'For Maintenance County Jail ._______________._____________ 600.00 1.. \,

d and mire, three months officer came along a resume' of the duties of his department Inquests (Cot) ________________________________-_____ 300.00 .: '

Ic and spun and lnnpec- whom he couldn't agree. In the club's organlza. Insanity Inquiries ____._____________.__________________ 200.00 j {!( ':
But Pitts and Cheatham "But what's the real?"reason I in- tion. He announced as an objective To Boil WaterMajor A H. GreenArchibald General Welfare ___________________________.__________ 3,400.00 ',I
o Intentions don't want twin bars the a 25: percent
ben of letting two you for year Operation of a County Health Unit ______-__.__________ 2.50000 i"\\ \
catch lip with them, listed. Increase in membership.Seven
hey wanted to buck to "Well." he replied "it's like members of the club attended R. Abrams, dlrec H. Green, 74, well ,
Dixie buddies go officer held Irving known retired farmer and merchant TOTAL ______________________________.__________- 30137.00 ,
following this. When you're an you the District Assembly tor and D. L. Parker, sanitary
Q\el'l. Just can't have the fun an enc In Jacksonville Monday and a officer, of the local Health Department died Friday afternoon, July FINE ANI FOKFKITCKF.: FUNI ;i ;
Pair listed You have to put- of the I Inspiring this week' Issued the 8, In the State Farm Hosplta '
man can. brief review ,
were In an O.C.S.y :
Attorney ___ __________ $ 75000 ,! I
after brief Illness. and Fees Prosecuting u
of 200() eager candidates. on and pretend to be superior course; studied there was given following\ joint statement: a Salary
day President December 8 1870 in Unloc Traffic Patrol ---------.-------- ------------ t
there I five ill the time. Those attending were Health has always Born --------
caught The Department ____________ ____ ____ l, oo.oo
Thomas, Fla. the son ol and Cost County Judge u -- -
Vice-President County he was Fees
told me. Pitts likes hM fun lie's one Matthews, the policy of providing -
aids plunder pursued ____.___________.__________ 4,000.00 F \
to be lined of the happy-go-lucklest OIs I Secretary Guy Sale, and Junlus the people wit public the late William Green and Jane Fees and Cost Sheriff _______ I

"o straight that the In- ever met-but wait! this Is Smith, E. K. Perryman, W. T. health facts as they pertain to Johns Green. He was marriedon Bailiffs ___________________ __________ 600,00 .' : I tSheriff's
g officer could set a ruler where we came In. Clute; and W. J. C h u r chwell the protection of the health of October 31, 1889 to FannieM. Commission on Fines Collected ---------------00.00: t !

chairmen of sub-committees. the public. With thhi policy In Bitch, who survives him Other Law Enforcement Agencies ____________........__- 1,000.00 .

1 l J. C. Hoover, attendance chair- mind we hereby make public the Mr. Green was a former farmer Feeding anti Care of Prisoners _.______.___...-________ 1,500.00 'J

Ladies Serve nan, reported that five of the following message: and merchant but for the past Guard at County Jail ________________._.._.____________ 720.00 I 3 !l

oatesses Blood Bank AppealsTo ten: members who missed the regular On July 6, 1945: the Bradford 15: years was engaged in cattle Witness Fees _______________________________._________ 000.00 i ,

." Type 0 Donors meeting last week becausef Health Unit received the following raising. He wan a member of Jurors Pay Rolls _______________.._._-_________ 300.00 (, '
amp Chapel the fourth of July holiday telegram: the Methodist Church. i

er the chairmanShip of Mrs. shortage of Type O blood made up their attendance in Jack- Jacksonville, Fla. Funeral services were held Sunday TOTAL .1_______-________________.______.------ 13470.00 1
Shafkin has been anounced by the icnvllle Monday. July a, 1943: afternoon at'the Methodist "
Community the ladles of the Jacksonville Blood Bank and ,The musical part of the pro- Mr. M. L.. Watterson Church with I the Rev. W. J. AOIUCUL.TIJHAI. FUNII

lion with the of USO Starke. In a call has been Issued for gram was well-received with Mrs Hampton, Fla. Churchwell officiating. Intermentwas County Agent's Salary ______________________.______. 2100.00 :

TYing as hostesses for Club the donors of that particular type. AT.. J. Churchwell singing two andBradford Health Unit in the family plot at DeWitt Sapp Incidentals .__..________-____-_____-.__._______________ 100.00
U services in The blood bank Is locatedat iclos, accompanied at the pianoy County Cemetery, Ralford with
Chapel 18 at St. In Mrs. W. Starke Fla.Hampton. C. Jones in of arrange e '
BlaMing They every Friday 'I Jacksonville 433 West and Tenth U open from Smbry>: her of house Lakeland.guest p. water supply Is at ments' charge TOTAL __________.____________________\____...______ 2,200.00 '

''iC'he! in prepare large delicious 0 a. m. to 2 p. m. dally except Because of the help shortage present unfit for human consumption Active pallbearers were his four KOAD AND I1IMIM1K MAINTK.VANrE FUND s
quantities condemned.J.
seek and Saturday when the hours experienced by the caterer, and Is hereby sons and two so/ia-in-law which
serve them being to Incorporated Municipalities
with Miller Road Tax Due and Payable
tanks' to all service men are from 9 a. m. to noon. Mrs. A.V'. Anderson Sergeantitarma Fla.B.State Board of Health. was a request of the deceased. within the County _________u-____._____ $4,200,00SalarIes
i The bank lit also open from Junius widow, Mr.
omen attending chapel. H. C. Brown In addition to his for Road Maintenance Crew ____ _____________ 11,000.00
ere 4 to 7 p. tn. on Thursdays.Donors Smith, C. H. Nasworthy and W. Green is survived by four sons, r r
cud appreciation has been are asked to fast volunteered as waiters This message was delivered to Lorenzo D. Green, Adam T. Green, Repairs and Upkeep of Road Maintenance Equipment __ 2,000.00
u by the service folk for for four hours' prior to giving P. Smith the service. Mr. Watterson, owner of the Nelson T. Green and Lloyd J. Gasoline and Fuel Oil for Road :Machinery u__________ 1.200.0d o
to speed
hostesses' and effort put forth by blood. Next up Wednesday Fred Guy. Hampton Water Supply. Green two daughters, Mrs. A. F. Purchase of New Equipment __________________________ 3000.00

. chairman of Vocational Service, It is recommended to the people ; Mrs. W. M. Wimberly, Insurance: ________________r-_-________________________ 000.OO I 0

()ne of the four main branches of Hampton that thorough Sauls and I Timber for Bridges __________________________________ 7.500.0O:
: In Mrs.
ns Infant Recent Births of the Rotary program, will re- boiling of water ta necessary health. all of Starke; three sisters Reserve for Contingencies __________ ________--___-_____
an B. view the duties of his committee order to protect the public\ W. H. Struth Starke; Mrs. Emma I / t

' .r NlV.enSB of four-months. HCHAKL GREEN Lex) and announce Its objectives for (Signed Irving) R. Abrams, Dyal and Mrs. Leah Stevens TOTAL ________________________________________ 29,400.00
Sgt. R. A. ( Major
and Mrs.
and Mrs. Lt. Com. and six .
B. 18 grandchildren '
\ he Tampa
Ivens of of their year. L. Parker, Sanitary Of ; Clerk of the Circuit Court
Kingsley Lake Green announce the birth D. It wan therefore Resolved that the I, .,
dIed In the Station 1I0s- third bon Michael on July 3 in RevivalA ficer.Davis great 'grandchildren. ie directed to have the foregoing estimates as made by the Board
'.Camp iBlandlnJT.. Thursday Llachua County Hospital Gaines Theressa Out-of-town relatives attendingthe of County Commissioners published in a newspaper In the County l 11 4
Of L.
Mrs. R.
last week. have one daughter, Leases Cafe funeral were: certified, forwarded t
'llle. They will thereof properly
meetings and
revival Insertion a copy
body, series of I Lockhart, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. by one ;
-a. Novena accompanied 'by Sgt. Sandra Lucille Green Is .here from egln, Sunday at Hope Baptist Eddie Davis! owner of the. Lennon Sr., D. C. Lennon Jr., to; the Comptroller of the State of' Florida.
*a was shipped un- Lt. Com. hurch, The r essa. The Sturdivant of De- business the floard was adjourned.
direction; of DeWitt C. hta station In %ew Jersey for afew ; mission I Whltehouse Cafe announces that and Mrs. Irene There being no further
to their' )uln Cooper, regional business and It Land; Mr. and Mrs. J. II. RItch M. O. Harrell (
' home ln York S. days with his family. of District 4, will\ preach he has leased the Edwin Green A. J. Thomas,
er worker Mrs.
and Mr. and Chairman.
under man-
It cr.,1 I"8 Were held In Schmltt at I the meetings, which will con- I will reopen soon of Jacksonville. Clerk.
Cemetery Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Charles inue through Saturday. July 21. I agement.
pent Friday In Palatka.

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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHEstablished Brooker Pine Levei: write and assure me of their love woo

I Hazel Padgett writes every week v zw WHITE TIMBER DKI; -
Mrs. II. SI. Mc-Ra Rich
1811 By Joyce Atkinson . By. . . . . i. Bernice Carter says that
. . . home Container Corp'n. of America, Fernandina
f'' . . ard Mosely( will soon ria.
II:. L. M tthew" _______. __ Editor and Owner Hazel and Bell
Rev. W. E. Hall filled the pul from Europe
IVT.A. MEETING that Earl 1 I. their
Mo :
Church' ely
t Sr ond CbuM I'latter pit at Pine Level
Published Weekly on Friday and Entered tut School started Monday with a and attend brother will soon be drafted Into
; at the Pout Office at Starke Florida.Bills9 good attendance. The first P.T.A. morning the Army.
ance was very good. NEJVLY REDECORATED'S
held Monday evenIng has been
meeting waa Mrs. Florence Haltiwanger anc Mrs. T. A.
I in the school auditorium with Mrs D. G. Mat very ill and Is under a doctor's
Back Home NowGuest the president, Mrs. M. O. Harre, tox and daughter, Sandra Marl care. I am so very sorry and "ILLIf3

presiding and Miss Betty Ruth Willis, all; hope she will be welllloon. Huldah GB31U
I .Editorial By Russell Kay Mrs. Harrell was reflected pre) of Jacksonville are visiting Mr.. Corpening, her daughter, is spending : -

dei"t for the coming year with and Mrs. H. M. McRae and family. her vacation at home. ,-...
Bill used to deliver my paper a few years ago. He Mrs. Tyler Jones, Secretary and Mrs. Mattox will be remembered A very dear friend of mine who ENJOY YOUR

was just a neighborhood kid, an average America Mrs. H. B. Crosby, Treasure. as Miss Deloreg Haiti- was a Wac here only a short R/iMBI/fJR

boy, no different from millions of others. -He foun Plans were discussed for buying wanger. time ago now lives in Starke. We AND
schoand n'
collection and used to come a ventilating fan for the the ill.ness called her Becky. She married a
to report .
out that I had a stamp for the cafeterl We are sorry !J
over to the house frequently to trade or show me anew a new stove of Mrs. W. E. Hall and hope Mr. Simpson who Is a Jeweler. .- -
this meeting
Collection at
set he had Rcquired.He- waia bright intelliger $116. she will soon be better. Friends Greetings, Becky. I'll run downto rcfThe
wel who wish to write may address see you when I'm
youngster and we got to know each other pretty I -Lura.Woodlawn. O ;
Then Bill went in the service. I had all but forgotten CHICKEN SUPPERA her In care of Glendale Hospital, Cleanest

the boy. chicken supper was given Palatka. . . . . . . .
( of Thursday evening, July 3. at the Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Groves of Spot in Town
home. He one
Well last! week Bill came was .
he home of Mr. and Mrs. Wllscii Russ Miami were visiting Mr.
the group that returned on the Queen Mary. When In honor of the fox hunters. Supper ] M. McRae Friday.
walked into my office, a husky bronze giant in civilia was served out of dooi Cpl. and Mrs. Ronald Wilson. CALL STREET AT THE RAILROAD
clothes I didn't know him. -I arose from my chair to after< Eleanor Jones and Mr. and By Mrs. Myrle Refuse
about 10:30: and immediately Miss . . . . . CS S
greet this stranger, wondering whp the MAN was. the: men with about 13 hounds Mrs. B. M McRae and family attended I

,,*, It didn't take us' long to renew our acquaintance left for the fox chase. They returned < the singing convention at The Woodlawn B.T.U. enjoyeda
Bill had a problem and he had come to me for advice about 6:30: a. m. Corinth Church Sunday.Mrs. I fine: time Tuesday night at the

lIe ha.\I seen over two years of the toughest kind of i Present for supper were Mr. Robert Myrick and Miss home of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. ICE COLD WATERMELONSCantaloupes

'! service and had come through without a scratch. Now 'and Mrs. Inman Harrison and Lucille Crosby spent the Week- Page, Sr. Cold drinks and sand-

lie was honorably discharged and home but he wasn1happy. children, Mrs. Hugh Rhan and end with Mr. and Mra. J. E. wiches were served.
I ot. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Mott Murrhee at Hilliard. Sgt. A. L. Dryden of California .

1 All those months of mud and blood, bitter fightin and children. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Miss Zada Hall of Green Cove was visiting; his sister-in-law,
Mrs. Spires and spent the week-end with Mrs C. R. Crews of Lawtey
and children.
and fatigue, were behind him. He had done his part I Springs
and Mrs. Thursday nigh
Rita Brow Rev.
daughter and Mrs her grandparents
i The thing that had sustained him and kept him goin and
; : of Raiford, Mr. and Mrs. L. A.I W. E. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews
,ij (. < he pointed out was the thought of HOME. Mott and children, Mrs. Jim Mot, Mrs. Susie Myrlck of Lake children, Linda, Hilda and Vera Peaches
,, I Now that he is back, he finds the home he pic- Mrs C. L. Atk.i-.son and daugl Geneva spent Saturday night and enjoyed a swim at Crosby Lake

tured'and dreamed about and fought for has changer tern: Miss Bonnie Mott, Louie Sunday with Mrs. H. M. McRae Wednesday afternoon
Instead of being able to return and.pick up where he I and Madge Blons and John Mott and family. Willard Rigdon and Maggie

b left off as-he had exacted to do, he finds that he is a of Brooker and Sinclair Biryan of Mrs. Robert Hayes of Gaines- Manning of Woodlawn were shop- j

man apart and he doesn't know how to adjust himself Raiford. ville was a Sunday dinner guestof ping in Jacksonville Thursday. Complete Line of Fresh

I $ It was a rather pitiful story. his Miss Ruby Ward of Lake City :Mrs. Robert Myrick. Viola Mrs.Manning Rosa Mae attended Carlton the funeral and Fruits & Vegetables'] '

Most of his younger friends are gone. To was visiting her mother and other Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall and of their brother-in-law in
mother he is still a little boy. She insists on calling hir relatives here Wednesday. children of Jacksonville were Trenton Thursday.Mrs. .
r "baby" and worries him to death trying to mother him Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Clemor visiting Mrs. Hall's parents, Mr. Geneva Crawford Is herewith DICANDIO'S CURB MARKETCall

Her "baby" has had a terrible experience. He mus of Palmetto were here on business and Mrs. H. M. McRae Saturday her mother, Mrs. Homer

rest. Her feelings are hurt when he objects to her last week. night and Sunday.Clay Manning, since the death of her at Cherry Street

serving his breakfast in bed. He mustn't mow the tiusband Roy Crawford in Aud- .
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Hick . . . . . .
lawn or even help with the dishes. lie must just nEST' were in Starke on business Saturday jbon, Ga.

and get his strength back. morning. Hill Elma, Glenn Linda and Hilda
bad but in differen Crews spent Thursday at Kings-
;1 His father is almost as a Mrs Erma Russ was ahoppln;
) way.. The old man, proud of his boy, insists on mak tn Gainesville Thursday By Pvt. Lura nurgess ley Lake. BRADFORDENGINEERING

ing a hero of him. lIe wants tb talk continually abou Mr. and Mrs. Jim Douglas of Maxwell Field, Ala.Note Junior Page and Elma Crews
business Sat-
I' the WAR. lie invites friends over to meet "My Bi11'and High[ Springs were here on business . . . . . . were in Starke on
i urday.
i' then when Bill refuses to describe his experience; Sunday. Betty and Lindell Bradley of
:. M in every gory detail, his dad's feelings are hurt. Misses Madeline and Doroth; : I am, a Pfc now. That Starke were visiting their grandmother CO.
of hard
'I.I ( He wants i to get a job and go to work and forge ronby and Eva Faye Galney ot represents one year :Mrs. Perry Davis, Satur-
as far as he can hut no. lIe must not think of sucl Oalnesvllle spent the 4th wit and good conduct. I am proud word I lay and Sunday
i. a thing. He must REST and have FUN. He told hov ;their respective parents. ot that stripe. more Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bradley were
Separation J. MAURICE
f r his Dad had insisted on taking him to a luncheon of:. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green and from Center Ft. However Bragg-the, I have been visiting their sister and brother- Mgr

i,; his service club, where they called on him for a talk laughter, Madeline, were shopping promised I can be back at Clay la-law Friday night.

His father had promised] the fellows that Bill would in Gainesville of Thursday.Galnesvlll Hill to begin school the first of Mrs. O. J Raulerson was visiting PHONE 94
t H. H, Henderson
tell them all about his experiences. When Bill got ui vas here on business Wednesday August. Mrs. C. R. Crews Saturday

and] simply said he didn't have any story to tell ex Miss Madge Blosa was shopprj: i Today has been .spent, as all afternoon. attended

t G cept that he was glad to be home, it just about broke In Gainesville Monday., other of my Sabbaths, In worship church: Dempsey here Sunday Beasley morning.

the old man's heart. Mrs. C. 1. Atkinson and daughters meditation resting, reading and Mra. Homer Manning was a Sunday We Can Furnish You With All Sizes
"Mr. Kay", Bill said "I don't want to hurt Mon were visiting in Starke Sat writing.. I like to dream, of the dinner guest of Mrs. Silas
and Dad, but they just don't understand and I'm get irday. shining beaches in Florida, awept Futch. Concrete Building Blocks Gravel Sand ,

ting so I dread to go home. Last night I stayed downtown Miss Iva Mae Lewis, Edward oy cool salty breezes; of Clay Mortar Mix and Cement
hanging' \ around a bar with one of my old overseas I iMIncott and Allen Lewis were In) I Kill school basking in the sun,

I budlielNeither!\ one of us wanted to be then Gainesville on business Friday.Mr. with its weed-grown lonely yard. ALSO

particularly, but it seemed we HAD to be to have any and Mrs. Sanford Hick I The amber streams near by, cooln COLD WAVE
".. md Mrs Veda Pate were shopping the shade of neighboring oak READY MIXED CONCRETE
peace. in Gainesville Saturday after tl'ees: spanned: by a timber bridge. -
"When I came home about 10 p.m. half tight, 1 I loon. I:: loved to sit on that bridge and PRICES S ? DELIVERED TO YOUR JOB

i"' was ashamed of myself. I had never t taken a drink Mrs. L. A. Mott was in Gainesville Iream.. I have always been ableo t1EDJ.yII

before the war. I knew it would hurt the folks, but 1 I on business Monday. find a certain amount of hap- .

couldn't help it.If I had pulled a trick like that before Mrs. Ernest Russ and Mrs J.n. >lness. If only I had a little (, (' PREME
I joined the service Dad would have beat me to a I. Russ spent Saturday in Starke, loose of my own thE'*,however COLD WAVE
pulp. 1 was hoping he would this time. I would have Mr. and Mrs J. P. Roberts anc I tumble-I would be content. I HARD TILE AND ASPHALT TILE.

taken it and liked it, for it would be like old times,, son, Purman, spent the 4th at love the sand, the trees, the pal- S Each kit contain. J full Let Us Give You An Estimate -
the zoo in Jacksonville.We nettoes, the sky, and everything.True ouncei of Salon lyp lolulioo.DO "
like the home I dreamed about and wanted to come Curlers 60 end ujjuu.cotton W ed
back to all those months. But NO, dad isn't sore. He are sorry to has report been ill that at living is folding: happinessn red complete ppiitstor..eutruliet initruction :to w '
frs. Cecil Moore which does
> our
I, I 'understands' -He Knows I wouldn't' do a thing like her home and we wish her a lot depend on great worldly possessions I Let Us Build Your Post War' Home

that ordinarily, but on account of what I've been peedy recovery.Mr. but ra the r on being KOCH DRUG STORE
through it is no more than he would expect. After all and Mrs. Royce Gainey and I'I

a fellow has to let off a little steam once and awhile. children were In Starke on business -

el Mother isn't sore either. She is just sorry and wor- Saturday.Mr. .

ried, but she doesn't blame me. No, I am DIFFERENT.It and Mrs. Wilson Russ ancamlly
is just something the big bad war has done to were shopping In Gainesville Une perm' a Paris . Have a Coca-Cola

her 'baby' and I tell you I'm going NUTS." Saturday. *
Mrs. J.' W. Kelley and Mrs.. ( PARIS LEAVE)
Well, gentle or otherwise reader, how are you going
to help a guy solve a problem like thatI can Lessle: Carlton were shopping In
ialneaville Tuesday.
is see his position and I pity the boy. At the same time It seems that almost all Brookei

;. I think I can understand the viewpoint of his parents.I folks spent Wednesday, the 4that 1AF. I AllhiGAr
+ thought of calling on his father and having a talk Hampton Lake. _ ,

t with him, but figured it wouldn't do much good and I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ware orSt.

never liked 1 butting in on other people's affairs.So Petersburg was visiting relatives -
I'm putting the story in a column in the hope here last week.

;a that not only the father and mother of this lad, but a

lot of other parents of service men will read it and MALARIACheckc

THINK about it. Maybe it will do some good, maybeit

won't, anyhow it can't do any harm. In 7 Days With

1 ('1114"i IT roniir.! I''UFOIIU I Wltn._a my hand. and official.. LIQUID MALARIALSYMPTOMS for 1 h r r i T 1 1, !i ,
: 'I. OO)1\iTY. l'I.e81UA1. IM. CII1M.: Meal at Htarke, Florida, thU July 666
cauu.MlitlMin '. 9, 1045.
Mae Oriffln, Plaintiff v*, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.r. Thomas, Take only aa direct
niLltan b:. tirlffln, UofonUnnt. Cans A. Clerk of nail Court.
, No. 1X17.OIIOBR. T. Frank amlrum. Stark Florida i w t ll'
<< OP rmiLtCATtONANU Atty. for Plf. 9.11t r-3 N'c r, 4 d l I i ij
: NirrH'R TO APPEAR a 6 I
HTATK (II'' FLORIDA ti>: Hlch-
and K. itrlffln whom adJreKH I I..
I S-Hirt. Richard tl. Griffin,, A.S.N. / '
I' HOIJ771 II.I'D 15 flloH|>,>. AI'O / / -
j 4r>. % "I>..tlluut..r. Han PrttnclNco.Hfornl .
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You are nn
Au iiHt 13. /'elr.llhat: : miniml BUY MORE THAN BEFORE MANUFACTURERS OF
, (,'.urt unit cause. whtreln plain
tiff aeakn divorce Rrnilfnnl County
\ T..l>>KTHph shall. "....II..h. this order Concrete Blocks
In eat lour weekly la.uea.
i '
t 1 )
" wt ra 1
Tar H '
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The finestfoods .
11 Shrimp cj IL1LLl!

at reasonable SEA FOOD HardwareVallboards Yank Tower
. FISH, OR . friendliness at Eiffel L

prices MEAT
PLATELUNCH Its natural for a Yank soldier to share his home ways The invitation lave I Ia

fI'I J h ."Court_ _&_Call_St.:, With Two Coke is a symbol of his friendliness. It says We wish you well in a way as

.fl George Owner Kopelousoa "t'gl'tablt'8't1 45c American as baseball. Wherever you bear lljve a Coke you hear the voice /t

of America. . inviting you to the fame that symbol of good

UIDON RILL will everywhere.

& Pleasant Sts. You naturally h..r Cod.-CoL
S iOITllO UNDII AUtHOIITV OP COCA-COLA COMPANY 1'1 \ealledbyitshleodlyabtraale

"Eat At The Best And Forget The Rest" Phone 1323Gainesville, Fla.; STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. n-Cokf.I uct of Both Th._& *n tht Corn pw*rcr -

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1 consisted Ann Walnwrlght.of Ice cream Refreshments and lemon with Miss Floy Thomas. Mis s . . . . . . .1- . . . . . . -

't Cafe't r'aJ11IItrlelll Farm ade .wIth slices of the birthdaycake. Thomas pare Thomas nts Is,after now Mr. comple at and home Mrs.tIn J with g L. her her R. New RiverBy Hampton Prompt Service Careful Drivers

I'II. . PICNIC ON school work at Green Cove The!> !School fly :Mrs. :
py Svrwney
. . Springs. . . . . . :
i Patsy Cox was 13 years old . . . . . . STARKE TAXI SERVICE
rUtTYe Saturday so, in celebration, Mr. Miss L I II I a Rae Caldwell of Hello folks. r
R re back in
; Mr.
\T and Mrs. K. B.
,,,..nJn!! during the past and Mrs. J. M. Bradley took her Starke was with her pal'ems.Ir.. school now with oin name teachers visited \Vatt'r! onrE'ct'nUy andMACK'S

( qnl ]\f.s., J. G. Godwin and Doris and! Jimmie Moncrlef, and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell! from Mrs. Cleo Andiowa Silver Springs
I< Sh t, ''in informal din- Geraldine and Mary Bee Cox: and Sunday until Tuesday.Mr. Mrs. Eloise, Cowan, Assistant Principaland where they enjoyed an all-day
picnic with
e Lake friends i TAXI SERVICEPhone
Sri 1 thl' Kingsley Carolyn Bradley to Gold Head and Mrs. W. H. William and most of our !same pupils we
7ii, II n d Mrs. W. B. Branch for a picnic supper. The had as their guests from Friday had last year. Wo ue Mrs. ArthurYht'eolt'r., Mr. and
L d 69th antsar' very busy Mrs, D"l'I'lck"ht't'leor.'\ Mr. and I
of the girls enjoyed until
'honor hours of Monday Mr. and Mrs. these first few 150
J. days,
r D. as
Fd dy Godwln'ael you : Mrs. Eulls Bowen and chlldrin, all
Mrs. swimming before Williams
,,f I supper was and sons Archie and know. Most of u" live on farms
vN.. Reddish of served. Calvin, of I, of PI cl\h. Ala., have been recent Day Night
) Mi"* Donaldsonville. Ga. Cal and we are discussing what a busy .
natural charm of vin guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L..
: rh.. the imlDGE CLUB MEETING: Williams was blinded by a summer we have had as well as Williams. -t tJ
added toaby
IcotUig.! \'as mine explosion while in service in a few vacations and then back to 4t
olorfuJ flowers and the Mrs. :J. M. Hembree entertainedtwo Germany and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn have -
?, after treatment in our school again. If nothing happens -
I,lanai! ) birthday cake was tables of players when she a Menlo Calif., hospital la with we'll try .to write a little returned to their home here after a r a .qtr. ..wm -

k Uullv decol'atedI.d: cen- was hostess at the meeting of his parents for a rest before com- news every week. spending a two month vacationIn cl J Jj ra
appolnte North d South Carolina.
J on, 'the attractively the State Farm Bridge Club Tuesday pleting his ministerial i I college First we are very glad that an j
cuts ,
The honoree They made the (trip in their at-
table afternoon of last! week. She It L. Johns. Jr., is Improving Ji
cake to be served tractive new trailer and report a
of the placed artistic arrangements of Close relatives were called to every week after \n arm operation
following most enjoyable time.
k Ce ,ream beautiful flowers In the living and Miami because of an accident In Hope Il.iven Hospital
her en-
t Bourse, opened of her countered Jacksonville on Julie 71h.Ve all Sgt. and Mrs. Klbert Harris and i
sweet af- dining room home on this by E 1 bel' t Fillyaw
lifts Swimming also occasion. nephew hope he can soon bt home son Jlnunie Paul left Friday for
: Mrs. L. P. Chapmanwon of Mrs. M. D. againas
J ,, on this occasion, Young their home In Strawberry, Ark
he is
Deare greatly missed
high Saturday.
d prize and Mrs. J. G. Details were not made i'1 X
V. N. Reddish, Sgt. Harris has Just received his 1
<,Is included and Godwin won second, each being known In the messages" but friends Mrs. Reddish Andrews and f;

and Mrs W. B. Mundy John given Defense StampH. Mrs. L. hope that injury was not too daughters, Maxcine i and Gail discharge from the army.Vhll"
Clare Jean hero had apartment at
f daughter A. Shepherd and Mrs. Nelle serious spent three days last week In they an
il. Miss Rose Lee Dun- Beav'I' the homo of Mr. and :Mm: J. WH'ornt .
Sapp ers came In at the tea Misses Elin Chisholm Jacksonville with datives.i
Kite of
Mrs. Robert Moul '.
Mr ,ni l and Harold Mrs. Beavers was lucky In "bingo". trie, G.I., Jane Talbot of New Mrs. A. P. Johns and children; e 1I
Brown Mrs. in
Archie Klland 1 Is now
llmrnit Mrs. Hembree served a dessert Port Richey and Roberta Whit- Jackie and Betty were visitingMrs. - - trt/
New Oilcans La., visiting her
|' course. field all students at F.S.C.W.. Johns' mother Mrs. N. A.
husband. who Is temporarily sta-
P.IBTV Tallahassee, I last Conner Sunday.
RECENT ENLISTMENTSDonald : : spent week-end tioned there.
I pink and yellow cake held Gene Cope reported toSt. with :Mr.! and Mrs. IJryan Whit- Mars Jessie Andrews and grandson Miss\ Barbara, Home accompanied TIP TOP SUPER MARKETDARBY'S
L pink .candles when Wanda Petersburg July 2 for school- Jimmie Douglas of Jacksonville by friends, spent Sunday

j LInzy had her birthday partythe Ing In tb.e} Merchant Marine. After speeding about a week are spending a few days night-seeing' in St. Augustine. GROCERY

home of her parents, Mr. Herbert Fillyaw went to Bainbridge with her brother J. E Ormond, with Mr. and Mrl.!. G.V.. Andrews Miss Mndge; Gay of Jacksonville .. eeoj11 e/

I :Mrs. H. B. Linzy, Sunday Md., July 5 for U. S. I and family :Mrs.! Mollie Stafford and other i datives.Mr. spent the week-end with her parents -
and Mrs. !K L. and --- ----- --- --------..
Srnoon The opening of hers Naval training.The returned to her home in Durham, Kelly Mr and Mrs. O. D. Gay.
honoree was of N. C. Friday. children were shopping in Gainesville
1 the
I by all the children and W.M.U. of the Raiford 1 Mrs. J. E. Chambers has been Monday. '' COMPLETE CAR SERVICE
rest to
I, enjoyed many games. In a Baptist Church met with Mrs I visiting Mr. and Mrs Earl Chambers Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins Sd iI'WITll WAR BONDS'
and Mrs. Rosa Plnholster
was Ernie Yarborough Monday after spent ,
ble contest Joe William In, Montlcello since July 4.
last week-end! with Dr. and Mrs
[ winner Otner young guestse noon.Miss Mr. and Mrs. A C. Davis and l\ C'IIIC'C ii' rnrur, lilt U..OIlIt ,
Joyce Williams, Lynwood Shirley Cherry of Orange children spent last week in BakerCounty Roy Schnausa ami, their family at ('01 i >.ri.oiiniti IN" 1111V1'i:1(1' H v4fT

Ins, Kay partney and Delores Park spent the past week-end, Graham Jacksonville Beach. I'. K: Keller Plaintiff VH. Pauline / 1
and Waldo C. E. Andrews and son, Seeber r. Kcllrr, Ilrirndant.; \ Caon\ No. 3N76OltDmt .
where they were the Doyle, and R. R. Andrews attended 01" 1 l'1'Hl..irATION' ANTI x
guests of relatives and friends. NOTIOH TO AITKAHSTATi
the livestock market In ': OK FUUII1DA: I'uiillne
Mr. and
Mrs. J. A.
Bouvier iHHliHli. rpHliliMiro .
Gainesville Monday. Keller whoH I I.*
were visitors of Mr KHHI ,
and Mrs. 114 Avenue llaxiTBtown
M. Lt. Johns was visiting Ms .
Cecil McRae and family in Mc- son, M. L. Jr., at Hope Haven Maryland.You tire r11Irt\ .,il to nppcai. on
n F t Intosh from Saturday until Mon Hospital in Jacksonville Sunday July nixl. lilli, In the above named,
day. Their visit was occasioned Court and l cfiiiMO, wherein" plaintiff
afternoon. lOP"kH <1tvi?rc''. Ilratlfonl( C'ounty
by the 16th birthday celebration Ti-lcitrapli'' shall ]>iil>ll'h IhlB OrderIn
Sgt. Odus Brown of New River, :
Sunday of Miss Cecile fox ruur weekly IHMUCH.VltneHN '
N. C., recently spent a 7-day leave \ my hum! and official ,
d Returning home with Mr. and' with his mother Mrs. S, L seal nt Htarkv, FlorIda, III In July
Mrs. Bouvier and : 2n.l. 114A.OF'F'l'IAI.! Washing Polishing Waxing
them -
Hodges and other, relatives.Mr. ( ( !l1 AT.) A. J, Thniimn.Am ,
now are their grandchIldren, Rich I and Mrs. Joe Morland and Clrrk. of mild Court
ard and Patricia McRae. H. (1. Hroun Mtnrke' Florida,
daughter, Joan, of Jacksonvillehave Ally for I'lf. 4-4 It 4-27: CERTIFIED LUBRICATION
Rev. !and Mrs. William Wilson recently visited Mr, and
and their mother, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. G. W. Andrews Joan remained 4lll\rt, .UIlIIt'1 l\ ('ll\\. Polishing & Waxing By Appointment

Sr., of Raiford were dinner guestsof for a longer visit with her 4.1.lit.Dololhv. ; '. 1
drawn, 1'lulnllff, v". Anthony ;
SO MONEY Mr. !and Mrs. W. H. Williamsat grandparents V Brown, littfendunt. CUMO Only

noon Sunday. Vernell Moody and, uncle, Den- No. .1X77.OIIDKH.
ON TREES- Sgt. Alvis E. Swain of Camp zll Thomas, of Floral City recently : TO API'KAIl

Blanding was with Mr. and Mrs spent a flshrg: : trip on the thiftiy 8TATK V Uruwn OK KI.OItlDA HihlrtfHH I An- Standard Oil Products '

BUT can make your money grow E. G. Land on the Fourth of July. ; Oklawaha River. You are' r"iiulrt( *,l tll m>p oar un
by investing you it in War Bonds. . and Mrs. T, T. Fillyaw of Ashburn, Mrs. Stella Andrews of MiamiIs August Court and 2, ItH.t rniiHe In., wherein thn. shove| philntlffi4i.ekM numi'il FULL SUPPLY: OF CAN OILCARDEN'S '

Ga., Is making: an extended 1 stay spending a few weeks with divorce. IVnilfortl County
keeping them. For every $3 you put with her son-in-law and daughter relatives here and In Starke and Telegraph' | shall pnbllHli this Orderin .

into War Bonds today, you receive $4 Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Young. Jacksonville.Pvt. next four my weekly hiind, INNIIPII.WltneHH and .offlclulncnl 1 SERVICE STATION '

in ten years.Every dollar you invest in Mrs Ira. Young of Lake Butler Junior 'Gibson of Ft. Mc- At Htarke. Florida, thin July ;
War Bonds is a dollar which works was the supper guest of Mr. and Clellan, AI.,.. Is spending a 30- 3rd( SKAl) A. J Thomas VAN II. CAUDKN: ;Mjjr. STAUKE, FLA. 1 { ,r
the Mrs. day leave with his mother, Mrs An. Clerk of said Court Cor. Ave. & Call -
against Japan, our enemy across Mrs. Young and Fillyaw K. o. Brown sturko: Klnrldn.Atty. Temple St. .
1 seas, and inflation our enemy at home. Sunday. Minnie\ Gibscii j and other relalives. ; for I'll. 4-6 4t 4-27 ... iI
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It's a dollar which spent after the war, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence bugger Mrs. Harold Shiver, accompanied -

then. You win and little daughter Jean, accompanied .
will help provide jobs, by Mrs Nettie Moody and .. -

every way you look at it, when you Mrs. Bill McRae and daughter, Margie, v I Ited Mrs. -
Carole, of Starke to
BUY MORE WAR BONDS daughter Shiver's husband, Pvt. Harold
Ga. 1 last week-end.
Savannah ,
Shiver in Augusta, Ga, beforehe
. and keep them. They were Joined there by Pvt.
was transfe r r e d to Camp
Bill McRae who is stationed at
Crowder, Mo.
Camp Gordon.Mr. Mrs. M. L. Johns and( children

I' I & itiiirr I and Mrs. R. W. Brannenand Louise! and Freddie and Mrs. C.

Miss Pauline Brannen were P. Cowen and Mrs. C. A. Johns,

with Mr. and Mrs. J.. B. _Taylor Jr., of Lake Butler enjoyed a .
.. .
I In Jacksonville from Thursday un picnic and swim at Hampton LakeSundao' -I '. -....... -"t..f.-:; ; .. ... ;.IIjJ ',:'", ............
I ... ......... c ..=11 .,- '"
oil Sunday .., .- ::=J-..
-" <- r.9'&io4e -.. J I..
Mrs. Albert L. Stafford and Miss Claudine Stephenson of: ;....;... ...-.--. -- :... r ... .. -- ..-...- ....kl""t:: .

Here it is children are spending several Tampa has been, visiting Mrs. C. \'':; ;-'.- ', ,-. . f.- .. .._.._ .. ; 4; iiftI. "
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. P. Cowen. i
weeks with .... : '.. .
Williams In W'hI tehouse. Cpl. C. A. Johns Jr., of Texas '--.-- .. .;.:.. :-. .:.- ._ .-:-.: ..... ..' ... .. .: ..... .
and Pvt. Marklee Johns of Camp .. ..... ...'. "
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Thorntonand '.- .. ;.:.... !
Ga., were called home -- ..- -- _... .- .
Wheeler '- .. .
son Dewey, and their guest, ..o'.,-. ,- ., ..
of their father, .. .
l the .
UTILITY Gerald Brannon of Lake City at by '/.. .. --
Johns, recently Mark I ..
Colonel A.
tended a family picnic at Hampton lee has returned but Junior Is .. ..;:;: ......-. ._-.... ,;
Beach Sunday. Gerald returned -
to his home Monday after still with us for a few days longer .
but will leave for Texas Thurs
for two
having visited Dewey
day, accompanied by his wife.
weeks. If;
BAG Petty Officer 2-c and Mrs.

Enlce Bradshaw and children of sIWC4aUHKtZB

Atlantic Beach spent the past

week-end with Mr. and Mrs. R. i

18' INCHES LONG H. Cox. Miss Elizabeth Cox returned It yOWMI! al anm ear
to the Farm at that time grh lue o
i oI Oo
after having visited Mr. and Mrs. hftmpoo. curler* Una "
> bL. Mow sari p.w
w ve r
Bradshaw for two weeks and '. trees, OM I Ctara-Kurt K* Lx.y.

For Patsy and Geraldine Cox went
bathingFor Koch Drug Store
home with them for a visit.

Friends of Mr and Mrs. Jerome .

Eastham who formerly lived here BREAD WE EAT

\ In connection with the Parole
shoppingCEILING Commission will be Interested In

knowing that Mr. Eastham has For many years we have been telling the progress and civic betterment. This is l particularly ,

accepted a. position In the Palatka world what a fine place the South U; of reflected in the extra-ordinary '\ i
school system for the coming
PRICE 2.30 VCfll* its great natural resources and its favor developments of recent years. -' t '

Clinton, Bradley ot Jacksonvilleis with able factors for economic growth. It is in A land of abundant natural wealth, 1'0'I I r
here fop an Indefinite stay
While Last. his grandparents Mr. and Mrs.J. truth a goodly land. sensed by a people of vision and integrity, '

They . H., Hundley and Mr. and Mrs But of all the assets possessed by this the South gives promise of even greater J

M. Bradley.
J. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. favored region, the moat valuable are its things for the future. To assist our I

Griner and of Capt. and Mrs. people. Representative of the best that is friends and neighbors in the building of ;
PLUS 20c and their young EXPERT f
$1.00: FED. TAX son Martin during Criner the past week were America, the people of the South by their a better" .communlty will continue to be.

S-Sgt. and Mrs. Martin Relnau of WORKMANSHIP self-reliance,energy and intelligence have one of Seaboard's principal objectives in 4 '
Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Apopka demonstrated their capacity for economic the fllture.'I'
Dyke of Tampa. "
Saturday night dinner guestsof
ova RECORD* IROW and Mrs. J, D. Caldwellwere tII
OVBH SOLDIERS TWO IIAVIO Sgt and Mrs. Mack and w I

MADR 1M>RCHA! ES IMOVK Sgt. and Mrs. J. D. Rutledge of

MUST JJTOKB9.BB A REASON HBBB Jacksonville Air Base and Winter

garden. I
W. S. Rivers and children S l( 4

\\o Aubumdale. Willie, were Jr., and guests Sarah of Mr.of YOU FINEST CAN WATCH CARE ENTRUST TO YOUB OCR stt WAR Buy BONDS mr. I

and and Mrs.Wednesday.P. S. Crews Mrs.last Emma Tuesday AIR LINE RAILWAY .

and PatIcla ;
Rivers of Auburndale

STORESLANDING Willard of Tampa came with THROUGH O.r THE OUTM ".
them but remained for a longer TheSTAG {
Mrs. Crews. IW
and '
Mr. '
visit with The Seaboard cangratulattt Florida 1 '%

Mr and Mrs. Crews also eoter- : upon 10O yean of Statehood and Progress. aIY ,
AT STATION alned as luncheon guests Monday -

BUS I ,Starke.Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Thomasof Carter Bldg., Starke

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, ;" 'i' Members Col. Dell DescribesEnd I WSCS To Meet something: under the house and Ing he will keep Ii '.
SOCIETY and CLUBS of Chris- scampered In, locking the door Into his spare time qp Ills ..4
I//.r'' Honor Mothers of FightingOn The Woman1 Society securely with the key on the those Red r> Sep (
g 1'',', OkinawaThe I tlan Service will meet on ayoutside! . They had to do a Center) jobs v 18S
,nt, At Lovely Banquet afternoon, at 4 o'clock, at a Houdlnl escape act through the Sewell ar.. h"I, rl7uta' and

', 'f"" Melba Yarborough Birthday Party The Woman Missionary So. thrilling ceremony in which Methodist churfchit Circle One, will and window Later they were rowSeeing as h.n 'h??" <101111 ,

,it; '!4':, Weds Sgt. Faulkner For Kay Hudgins clety of the First Baptist Church: the island of Okinawa was de have the business session I program will be pre big across the lake and drifted shift they 1 tf," ,. ''r !hI
.. "J(, entertained new- clared secure and the end of organized Mrs by Clifton Brown's place singing, town late <.', ,, ercd
'.' J1' 1 St Sgt. Robert L Faulkner, Mrs." Paul Hudglna entertained ly organized Ruth Hainesthe Young enemy resistance. was an- sided ovedr; the. president "How are you sleeping Brother official Red r' It' 1 (II] I.
'.'!, son of Mr. and, Mrs. Ben Faulk- at her home on 8th and Walnut Women's Auxiliary with a beautl!. nounced Is vividly described byV.. E. t John . Clifton's brother,

<,'r' : ner, and Mlsn Melba Yarborough, Streets Friday afternoon, honor- ful Mother-Daughter/( banquet at Lt Col! S. T. Dell, Jr., In a recent Wilmot, of Tallahassee (noted
1 d (\ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. big the third birthday anniversary the church annex Friday night, letter to his parents, Mr TEL Class Meets for his dry wit) stuck his head Well . OH, ,* 'lhat
Yarborough of Raifojid. were of her daughter Kay Ma- and Mrs. Sam T. Dell of Gaines out a window and yelled, "I was the little h''! ,"'k i '' d
united In marriage Sunday after- lene. June The 29 Annex wall transformed to> ville. The TEL class of the Firs sleeping very well up to now, time . ?-, LI fr

I nocu, July 1, at 5 clock In a The young guests enjoyed out- resemble a ship and this motif Lt. Co!. Dell is a grandson of Baptist Sunday School met Tuesday thank you!I" . The girls rowed in the next bet

quiet ceremony the Raiford door games and were given sand was used ,uurliig: the evening The the late Col. W T. Weeks of afternoon for their >egula all the way across to Blanding Cu
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Baptist Church. buckets with shovels as favors. banquet was held at a large U- Starke and has many relatives meeting with Mrs. J. A. Tuckerand almost got up nerve enough
1 The Rev. Williamat L. Wilson, The center. of attraction was shaped table which contained a and friends here who will read at her home on Lafayette St. to crash, the Officer's Club, but

pastor of the church, performed the white Iced birthday cake with miniature ocean of green crepe the following letter with great Mrs B. D. Law presided over decided not to . Quite' a frolic- CI1IKOIMIACTIC

the double ring ceremony before three pink candles and the Inscription paper down the center and small interest: tho business meeting after which some time I'd say . HEALTH SERVICE]
,an altar banked with Mexican "Happy Biit j I hday to paper boats holding anchors and Okinawa Jima Mrs. Tucker served delicious re _

$. '' coral vine, pink gladioli and fern. Kay". candy life-savers as favors. The 23 June 1945 freshmen. / Seoms we have a budding young ))1(. II. T ITHLAIT
; Mrs. William L. Wilson, at the Mrs. Hudgins wan assisted by placecard and programs were In Dad
Dear Mother and : Bradford County CIIIit01'1.t'TUftV
piano, played a program of nuptial Mlaa Kate Struth in servng; Ice the shape of a ship. During the Church artist among our
) music and the traditional cream with the cake and, paper three-course dinner the following Yesterday I went to the sereBaptist service. men . Someone Just -
414Vft t
+ ? wedding marches baskets of candies to the child I program was enjoyed by all present mony in which and the I the island cod wasdeclaied of The series of sermons, July called my attention to a picture Gainesville Main Street. jfo,

The bride "had as her only attendant ren.Slarke'a : secure resistance I was Jaunts to Jericho, at the mom- reproduced in the June 4th edition FIa.
d her cousin, Mrs Almeta Invited to be with Kay were Captain (toast) Miss Grace organized enemy but ing hour at the First Baptist of the Jax'ville Journal .
f Sgt. Faulkner had as his Martha Weldon, Mary Agnes and Phelps (YWA Councilor) announced. It was exercise.a I The Church will continue this Sunday 'Twas drawn by our own Merle to IIH'Wallen KS\:

best man his brother Warrant Madge Anne Matthews, Shl Anne Setting Sail (Blessing) Mrs entirely Impressive had constructed a large at 11 a m. as the pastor's text Gi'Ider while a studeut in.the. 9 13 1:30: tu 3:3::(
Officer Paul II. Faulkner. Eugene Smith, Mary Kathryn Wainwright Ralph Alvarez (Young People's engineers complete with is "A Little Man Up a Tree !in Junior College art.class there . Phone 2261
+' Bloodsworth served as usher. Betty Lou Wainwright Jimmy Director). white flag pole Jericho". Merle Is now stationed at the
y T t j a n lone of the
brass crown
Following the ceremony Sgt. Guy, Jane Elizabeth Guy, Stevie Bon Voyage (Welcome' ) Mrs hour 8 m,
i Marine bands furnished the music At the evening p.
and Mrs. Faulkner left for a wed- Simmons, Betty Anne Simmons, Alma Hough (WMS President). : of
S large crowd, many there will I be favorite singing
There was a
ding trip to Kentucky. Sheila Alvarez, John Adams, Response -- Solo I "Tell Me
: high ranking officers, and the hymns and choruses followed by We Have The Things You Need
: Brenda Lewis, Virginia Jean and Why" Miss June Patel the
A bright sun an evangelistic sermon by
day was
Junior Club Mike Darby.Birthday. The Passenger List All Pres
ent. gleaming out of a blue sky on pastor. Bean Seed Pea Seed Okra Seed
clouds a perfect School meets at 9:45:
Met Thursday white provided Sunday
Guests at the Captain's Table Purple Top Turnip Seed
Party Miss Grace f'helps. background. As the flag was to studyAbraham. "God's Purpose for
The July meeting of the Junior At Kingsley Lake Talk by Ship's Dodtor Rev. raised the band played the "Star ." The Training Union Shogoing Turnip Seed
r t, Woman's Club was held Thurs Lewis Haines Spangled Banner" and a fresh meeting at 6:45: will discuss "The Ga. Collard Seed Cucumber Seed

n day, July 5, in \the Club House. Mrs Broward Strickland enter- Singing led by Miss Lois breeze caught Old Glory and sent Church's Ever-Expa n din 1 g Hori Speckled Butter Bean Seed
r; Mrs. Herbert Rltch, guest tai 4 ed at her home on Kingsley Newsome her wavjig overhead. You zons."
( speaker, discussed Club cause honoring the tears from Squash Seed
Lake Monday afternoon Talk:" Looking Through the couldn't stop cornThere are departments and
l rulea. After a business meeting, the 6th birthday anniversary of Portholes bliss Floried Kill- ng and many a hard bitten Inclasses for all ages, and a cordial Vlgoro Fertilizer .1 Ib. to 100 Ibs.
1, ,,)r! s' Mra. Fred Guy welcomed new her son, Broward, Jr Ingsworth (YWA President), fan try soldier had to wipe them invitation is extended to everyone
L members Into the club. Games and contests were enjoy Stowaway Joan DInkins. from his eyes. It's a truly won- to worship at all services. Wednesday -

a'' During the social hour delicious ed with Bobby Clayton, son of Ship's Bulletin Talk by Miss doiful feeling to be an American, .at 8:00) pm. lit the midweek Flash Light Batteries Small MirrorsLawtey
y d a r ,r w refreshments were served by Lt.-Col. and Mrs Marcus Clayton Kllllngsworth telling of planned to stand at attention and If ute service with the study jot
the hostesses Mrs. Hal. Alexander I
5 y jtt( of Camp Blanding first YWA study course and camping the Stars and Stripes and Outlines' of Bible History."
and Mra. Arthur Holiday. know the whole unrelenting power '
prize and Donnie Strickland as trip -- Hardware]
winner of Booby prize. Bella of the Ship (Songs) of the United States is being fortunate to have him to see' us

Jg Mrs. Strickland was assisted In Sung by Miss June Patel assisted thrown into an effort to bring through. His reputation !la an
'" serving ice cream and cake to the at the piano by Miss Margie peace and justice and order back enviable one and there is DO J. O. Raulerson, Mgr. Lawtey, Fla.

1 ;1 young guests by Mrs. A. S. Strick Patel. into hearts, and homes of God- question as to his ability. Service
r ffi 3 ''i t land, Bobby's grandmother. Launching Out in the Deep fearing people all over the world under him will no doubt be. very

Present were Patsy Sullivan, Talk by Ship's Nurse, Mrs. L. The sacrifices made here and on active.
the fields of war In every corner
Bobby Davis, Sandra Strickland Hainea. who I am getting along famously
of the earth by fine men
Bobby Clayton, Gene Strickland, Letting Down the Gangplank and have never felt, better 1
Donnie Strickland, Tommy Davis, Talk by Dr. J. C. Owen Mission have for the given safety their and lives security and I limbs of miss you and love you all
Townsend Strickland and Charry ary. -S. T.
others, cannot and must not be in qr
.. S Winuie.Baptist. Jesus, Saviour, Pilot :Me -
a Sung by all. vain. G7 rir
Present for this lovely occasion We were heartsick over the loss Col. Dell Is with the 10th Army..

Circle were Mia Grace Phelps, Mrs. of General Buckner, on) the eve Headquarters and before going 1"
I Holds Meeting Alma Hough Mrs. H. L.: Brownof victory, for he was a great overseas was with IRTC Head-
t lee, Mr. S. E. Sparks, Mis. S. L. leader and a soldier of lofty ideals. quarters at Camp Blanding. He

'TheDining 'The Daisy Fowler Circle of the Peek, Mrs. Virginia Hlatt. Mrs.The new commander, General was recently promoted from the
finest Baptist W.M.U. met with Mrs. Ralph Alvarez, Mrs. Tom Harding, Stillwell has been received with rank of Major to Lieutenant Cola '

',t George, Anderson Tuesday after Mrs. E. W. Hayes, Mrs. A. J, approbation and we are indeed I onel.

'! restaurant noon. Thomas Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Mrs.\ .
I ; Mrs. J. B. Alexander presided L. H. Jennings, Mrs Hazen Mrs. -

and bar over the business meeting after L. D Haines, Mra Mary Lawson.
which the was Mrs Ada Lawson, Mrs. S. E. ,
program Ii '
: :
Sparks, Mrs. V H- Carden, Mrs.
enjoyed Devotional by Mrs. H._A. rt..
r Lawson and Mrs W J. Epperson Eva Anderson, Mrs L. F. Dink- That's What You Must Have In These Days
led In prayer; Mrs.-- Anderson discussed Ins, Mrs. Blanchard Law, Mrs. U.
1 y uLH SIZZLINGSTEAK A "Missionaries, are Made In Louise Tenley and Misses June I When The Scarcity of Good New Clothing
School" Mrs Florence Moore Patel, Florled Kllllngsworth. Willa ,
dl ;'d "Unto The Uttermost Killing a w o r t h Frances Peek, Remember the old saying: It Local lassies acting as hostesses Makes The Clothes You Already Have More
e8Qd Mrs Alexander read Betty Jean Hiatt, Dorothy Alvarez Isn't the heat-it's the humidity"? and radiating real Southern hospitality -
. But I still think it must be . Add people we'll Valuable Than Ever Before. You May Entrust
Lois Newsome Alice June
) { .' LOBSTER an account of the death of biPorte"
the heat that ,makes us Callmiss: Earnestine Smith who left
( T 1. Armstrong, a great Baptist cox Harding, Sara, Betty Barefoot Hayes, Margie, Fannie Patel Sil-, streeters do such funny things at Tuesday for Alabama after a visit Your Best Things To Us With Perfect
SHRIMP M leader.. such times . .
odd sometimes
a'i- Caudle Hazen, Katie Sparkman, with her sister, Margaret Duncan Confidence.
e 4 Mrs J. W. Champion assisted Bobble Beacham Mary Bochette, Frlnstance, seems that Thelma . Glad to hear that Mignon
CHICKEN the hostess in serving delicious Evelyn Edwards: Louise Thomas, Jennings couldn't sleep I tother (Sisson) LaMorte has sufficiently
: l ,' H refreshments. The next meeting Violet Townsend, and Cozette night and as she lay there awake recovered from that polio attack ROBT.

', will be held with Mrs Florence Sapp. Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Owen she suddenly remembered that she to be around offering her services Temple, |
f l Moore. of Penney Farms and Rev Lewis had left the lawn mower out on as dancing Instructor at the usa GREEN, llr/iN

B Halnes were special guests the lawn and( decided to put it up every Saturday night . Owner Ave
i'--' For . When she got outside, 'twas _

I WMS Circle I Formed such a beautiful moonlight night Caught red-linniled: Verna Dem-
) '" i Connoisseurs she decided she might as well orest coming out of Kingsley's

) ,' For Lake Residents Improve each shining hour by waters tother day garbed' In Ethel ull''C''''': unmcl''J..ntmlGlt'IO ''''' ''''' !
mowing the lawn, since she Sewell's bathing suit and meeting .
we ry Members of the Baptist W.M.S. couldn't sleep anyway and it was Ethel on the path leading up to We Are ExpectingThis
, r met at the home of Mrs. C. H. so nice and cool . So up and Myrwln Long's house , Seems, '
i zRR' 01 I a Harper Tuesday afternoon of last down the lawn she goes, cutting that Ethel had been staying! out JVeek
; ,+, week to organize the Kingsley a fine swathe through the dewey at Florence Brown's and had left
,; Good Food Arta Lake Circle. The meeting was grass A few minutes later her suit at Myrwin's when she A NICE ASSORTMENT OF
ea, a opened with the devotional reada chivalrous GI passed by and was there for lunch tother day

and '' Ing by Mrs H. L. Hough and offered to mow awhile . So . Verna didn't have her suit

f 0 prayer by Mrs. Louise Tenley. when near-neighbor Evelyn Ritch, along and was persuaded to bor 1.1
tV y C Drink a The following officers for the aroused by the clatter and thinkrow Ethel's . Remarked Mrs. d t
new organization were selected: ing someone was stealing her D.: "I never have done anything a r e ;/

i r t Chairman, Mrs Louise Tenley; lawn mower, looked out of the like this that I didn't get caught
,' Co-Chairman and Program Chair- window she saw Thelma sitting up with!" . Add good news:
x( 113 E. Call Street man Mrs Lewis Haines; Secre- on her front steps complacently Milton Brownlee is back in civil and

STAKKK, FLA. tary-Tieasurer and White Cross watching the soldier mow her ian clothes once more . At
i t yt' Chairman, Mrs. C. H. H a r per<< ; lawn Evelyn was Just In time present he's in Brunswick, but

w 1- {We have a full line Mission Study, Mrs. Ralph Alto hear Thelma say "I'd better expects to be down this way before t h .A cl
r varez; Stewardship Mrs. Browgo in now before my husband long . Hear that Junlua t r G'I
i of the fanciest fruitsand ard Strickland, ; Children's Home, wakes up" . So the soldier Smith's naughty habit of starting l'LI e
Mrs Bebe Schroeder; Community left. .
vegtables.I fires in his barbecue grill 'with
I + .
% Mission Chairman, Mrs D. J. Hill, gasoline gave Dave Levine such COSMETICSWe
(; A good supply of Margaret Fund and Training Spotted an' Jotted: Hilda and a scare on the 4th of July that
OutTonight shortening School Chairman, Mrs Eve I lyn Dr. Forehand Peg Forehand and he lost a perfectly good poker Are Also Showing A Nice

1 a Sullivan and Literature and Publicity visitor from Atlanta staying with pot . Assortment of Richard Hudnut
l ? Tender Beef Roast, \ Chairman, .Mrs. 0. H. Jack Myrwin Long at Klngsley . "--
4 ts 1. ; Slew and Delicious eon Roberta Whitfield and roommate C. G. Barksdale, Joe Slstrunk, Toilet Articles, In The Du Barry Line
fit,1( r i Have dinner here In a pleasant After the election of officers EHn Chisholm and Jane Talbot Mac Futch and Bobby Barksdale

atmo phre wh' >ro you know Steaks. and the adjournment of the meet- gracing the USO on their one are still lamenting over the fact r-

d' the food will be deliciously ing Mrs. Harper served Coca- week-end away from Tally . that they spent three days last Max Factor Pancake Makeup
COME TO YOUR Cola and tea cookies to her Marjorie Davis learning the photo week down in Marlon County and
cooked and
C attractively served. TIP TOP STORE guests biz t at Hoover Bros. Studio . didn't catch a fish . Better and Coty Powder Is Now In
# (v YOU ARE WELCOME Mrs. A. E. Traha and Mrs. H. Dorothy (White) Oakley leaving take lessons from, I\[. A. Greene, Shade
L. Hough were visitors at the for a vacation visit with Murry'ipeople Broward Strickland and Sgt. D. J. Stock in Your Popular 1

u ; meeting. In Mississippi . Comer Hill Hear they've been mop I r-or-
it.44 vn Perryman here for the week-end ping up at Kingsley recently . .
f i" from Camp Pea"y . Irene Seems this is kind of a busy time BATHING TRUNKS

Know The Provisions of Your Insurance Lewis looking somewhat out of for the Durshlmer family . + -
Policy . For Th.dd.e..
w place In her new courthouse job Pinkie was five on the 12th, Virginia -
after five years with Starke Dry will be 18 on the 16th.
,. The 1935 INSURANCE LAWS OF FLORIDA prohibit any life Cleaners Robert Rosier back Mary Lou turns 12 on the 11th
insurance company selling an insurance policy which compels in the pout office after a bout In and Frank and Pauline celebrate BATHING CAPS

you to call a particular funeral home. This announcement is the State Farm Hospital . their 21st anniversary on the SUN GLASSES

Y.. made because many policy holders may have been led to be- 19th I . Santy Claus might as i DIVING MASKS
lieve that one certain funeral home must be called when the Hear Jeanette Klncald is due well come now instead of waiting WATER GOGGLES

t policy is issued by a particular company. You call back from Tampa Saturday . till Xmas . .
r may any
, funeral home of your choice. For this reason' we can and do Which reminds me of little Kay "
fi t+ accept ANY insurance policy in force, issued by ANY Hudgins who! donned her grandAnd speaking" of good times!

'% as payment in part or in full on a funeral. company, mother's pert little hat, cocked i . Monday was Margaret Mon- Let Us Fill Your Prescriptions.
it down over one eye, appropriated telth's birthday and the Merry
mama's bigest po c k etbook Beth Knight, Hazel Fields, Evelyn Three Registered And Graduated
prlssed toward the front door Newsom June Hall and Joan
+ Pharmacists On Duty
C. '
p4'h 1 saying. I m Mrs. Jeanette Kin- Burns went out to the Alvarez .
j ( tP' w ;n cald. Goodbye I'm the cottage on after-
: Funeral Director Ambulance taking Kingsley Sunday .
Service I
S' night ,train to Tampa! . noon and stayed till Tuesday .
PHONE 7 Orchids to ladies of the Church Katty Monteith carried ice cream KOCH DRUG ST01If
1 Center for the lovely supper and and cake out to them Monday

for convalescent soldiers night, but the rest of the time

from Blandlng last. week . they were "on their own" ,


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1BIfLOCALNEWS Mrs. D. W. Moore and her sla The many friends ,"f '

ter, Mrs. T. F. Brown of Hamp. Keen Mrs. Nelmn tlMcntf,-. July 4, 1938, Description of property, NWH of NRii. NH of NWT4 A !NWV, of t
will be tote. ( 1'rtitlte ,,. ::
: -ted' ! : j74. Date of ,
to B
know'I 8KS'i.o. Twp ft
ton spent a. u. i( K, 8WVJ. Sec. 10 Twp. ( 8, K. 22 W. 1r'CRrtlflrste
Thursday -
1! last week that after several days st.| z, 1940. Certificate No H2| l>..I8..f Cer- No. S4S Pate of Certificate
shopping in Lake City. stay at f'rtlflnuc, No.: S78. Date of Cer1iftrnte Ufli-Hte Sept. ;', 140. July I. 1042.Certificate .
Airs D E. Knight Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams bad Riverside Hospital she is now re- ,"'.. .Sept, 2, 1940.rim. Certificate No. .141 Pate of Curtlflouta No 510, hate of Certificate !
I 0)), "u"ii" 'In Jacksonvljle.o.ibert as Sunday dinner guests.; Dr. and Mrs. Louis Shark In and niece cuperating at the home of her -,,ii. No.2, 3711. Dale of ('..rllfliatu July I 1. 1142. Sept. 2, 193H.Certificate .
Sept 1940.! .
17esrrlpUou of iiioperty Ety No 274 Date. of
t last Mrs. J. M. Hembree of the State Mrs. Phyllis Aster are spending sister on 2852 College St., Jacksonville Ortlfl.Hi. ,. Nt). 334. hate of t'erllflrniN K14 of $r't! "f NW>,, Sec, N. Twp.CwrtirifHlr' An W. 2. 1837ie : Certificate 'I
the! Turner spent Farm. the and will July( I. 1942 6 S it. : ..
summer in New soon return to I hecr | cilptlon of property: S'4( of t
Irs In York City ; i Ipti. hql, rf property: All Sec, I So. .If3. Date of {' 8k> ,
R Ruth Simpson and her home and business. er- NKi, a NW 4 of Wee 10. Twp. ,
\ls) Connecticut. II. 23
on Call K. tlflUt
h ,
4'l Sept 7
"ortltl'to 114(1. 8 S. U. 29 II.. 7
Il Mrs. .J. L. Anderson, :Mrs! A. B. o, *t. / :No.; :.llfl. "Dale of ivr- Certlfli-at,. No:; .. .143. Date t of rvrtlfU'ate '- tVitlfU-atn :No. r>20. I lmt. of Certificate.
91 I Baker Vernon Rowe and Mr. (IfU'iKt- 1iyo ll>43. . July I I. 1'142.) Sept 2. 1MB. t "f'
Mrs and .
Phillips who re- Charles Burton MI's. O. L. Patten and Wilbur A. Scot t. c..rUtl'.. :; 37M. Hate of l'' rtlfUat. 1 eNtrlptIon "f property K1' nf Certificate No. .1m.( Date of Certlfloitn .
.co 1 Rlm serI went to Jackson- son. George, of Jacksonville pastor of S.ytt.. 2. in40. I NK'j' of :N;\\'t, A V:>4 of B\\'M. fee. .Inly I. 11142.licMcrlptlon f
d i I, overseas ville Saturday to spent Hampton .AY"1'1"1"' of Property: SE>, of 8. Tw '. 6 8. U : i
of '
? tako Bur- the Baptist I !property: Ixt f,
;I "* with Cpl. of July with Mrs. )K. Church an.1Mrs. N55:; Mv 'it Of :NFt; \ Sec I*, iVrllrlrntv;\ lA.B11a ,
i I, two weeks ton to catch his E. II S .. + Twp'lVrtlfl.'i. :N": Ie of Ortirirntv Sec 2'',- Twp. H S, It. 22 J'l.C'.rllll."t. ,
snit "mi. Mr. plane for Cali Canova and. Mr. and Mrs L.. A. Scott have n-iurncd from 11 :;:, .,.H:., AIIM:, -'. 1117! : .. No 3-5 of 3'1H. Date, !
'e , iw, and sister fornia. Mrs. NO. sso nntiof ortiriinii C.Tt Ifli'HIv. SM '.. .
brthe Burton J'e urned I Canova. East Flat !441 Mate of ( .rrlfi. of t'e111fh7tte AtlK 5. 19:!!.
Hartmann. Hock.-'; r While in > P'i t t, 1940. "11 If July I '1"41I1e"rriptloo CcttlflcHte No ::11'! .Hannf Cftr-
,, later to her
e home , ,, '
Ejdi: in t vi.lfl.
Virginia.Mr. II No.: UII. } .
)fie the mountains Mi, Scott hOd the 1"ft..r 4'Nrtifl.nte .r \pqu,1'tt'' eta IIr tiri.iil.8rpt. (, 2. I'I40.!'
and son Miss Joan Burns of Atlanta is :luU, l 1. 11143 1v H nf :NK";":', .'( :NI\I':P< A"; 1P''i of .'m.tlflcnte' No :tan< tnt of , .
i 11 ev.v" Hai'tmann and Mrs. a guest of her privilege of speaking in three. I "I'en' 1 fptJ. n of propi'rlv BKl', of Kt1i, of. NK: ,.r :NI::',. 14.-, 'l. 1'\\1' July t. 1143HeNtrlptlnn II 1'
1 f' Lorraine Hartmann Guy Sale Mrs. grandmother, Mrs. churches of the KJ' *' 11'1 "r *I'\.o.\ ,8<>'1- ''. Twp "KIt23I': ,.t N N'IIt& .
Carolina property:
,', 511Rt 1, have Girlie Wade Mrs. jean Blaxton Cella I. Mantissa.Mrs. Association I II I: ( CortlOl-nlc. ;N. ?i ",'10. lini.,. of N'\V\ii: \ \Yir of N\\\ '., Sec, 22: T\\ J''
'51fe4 Marg.tet; > Cannon I Ireturn. and Mrs' Adeline and of attend i:g a missionary 'artlnt.. :No.; t3S.: hate of CerIlfli.Htr 1\', Sept 1"1( s H J2 MlOKPICUI. !

,It( from a two week'a Fisher we r e Estelle conference m-ar Henderoon- lul,.,. % 4, 1!>..H.Ortlfl O i tlfU-atc Ni /14. Dill of I'IMllflinte ( '. W: "':AI I .\.1 I Thnmn t'7+
shopping In Propper has tNo.:; S18. :
Jacksonville Wednes returned ville. Pate of for Jnlj I ,IIM2 1 "'"'1'1. of the ,'Ir, ',( Court. HratTforrt e
E Ii.- ,trJ )l1aml.I day. to her home in New York The Hampton church was tlfli-al Iul\ 1. 1942. I <'<..Tlitloii r property N\V" of County .....'rl.ll1. ':'.IS 2t 7-20 t it
supplied by Dr. J C. Owen of
City for the -
summer. -
[ Hyman has re- Mr. Prop ,,;II -
Haine FOR Penney Farms. .
,: WINDSTORM: is - - ---- _
f/ ,er home In New York INSURANCECull per an employe of Shafkin's. - -WI' - --:- - -
10 days resting II. C. \Vull\ AgencyMr.
she .pent Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight! HK.I'OHT Oil'I\HI'I'IO" OK I
oefo..?. returning. have .KI.OIUDt. \'>K 'I' NTAIIKKof
lam'! and Mrs. Donald] Kelly of purchased the H. V. Knight oinrke In the "??, ?, fr-i..1,1

10 M.. I. Lecin Miss ,. Plant City are spending this week home on Walnut Street and will nl Inc t.1.| ..... of liiiNlnrMM i.n JuutLonnn > I
and( ::10, '.
:r l, ,'ln took Sp (P) 3-c with Sgt. and Mrs. Alton Hobbs move there when vacated by the AOMI'I"! :' Big Values

f Stint tc' ,'lacksonvllle Wed- and Mrs. Inez Kelly. H. V. Knights who will move to ; and dlnrouinliaflu .- ,In- I ,"
*:'yn 1.< for San Gainesville soon. Col.! and Mrs. : O'\u"lnar\ $10.81 t ,. .. i ':, J JIN
: Htrh her plane Cpl. and Mrs. ( 1U7UH.'h, ;,
3y) alit/ Dewey Warren Knight were the former ownersof Ln'tiMi'! State 1ltrninent ,

rciscO of Moody Field Valdosta Ga.. arespend'rg this home and lived. there for otillnatloriK, .1 I I
reoand guarant ,1 1,714HI.4I) > >
a: 7-day leave with Cpl.Warren's many years. Thtir :Madison St. Diminution. of Stun. .and '
parents Mr. and Mrs. residence will be used political HUbdlvlKlnMM\ LMI7.472 '
as an annex -
Newn Warren. Cash balance with other l lit Bedroom Suits :
to the Starke Hotel. banks, InoludiiiK' reserve ;l ,61Wtea ?:
WOMEN balances. n nd 'j'
NHING Mrs. M. M. Maynaril of AlachuaIs Asst. U. S. Attorney H. V. I cash Horns 'In prm >-,,n ofculb'etlun : '

spending some time with her I Knight recently purchased the Hank prcmlnpn' n r...<.1 771,092.32, ':; :< 1 y' 1 Pluto t (;Jlass) :.MirrorsFashioned : 7.Lly'i'

daughter Mrs W. B. Alexander. late Judge D. B. Hlers home on $7,707.07, furnltux- and In "..
Ages 16 to 25 North fixture $.,.68.112 12,10599! !
Roper St. In Walnut Veneers
Mra P. S. Denmark and grand. Gainesvilleand Other assets - 5,60938 '
0 as soon as painters and] decorators ._.
Telephone daughter Betty have returned TOTAL, ASSETS __.. ... 2.SIS,294: .
,be Trained as from a visit with Betty's father, complete their work will I.IAHII.I""III--.N:
I move his family to their new Demand deposits of I liull- :

Operators Claude Denmark, in Sunbrlglit home. Their many friends will and victuals, part nonhlp. _. W "
Tenn. corporation 1.718.090.D5 $R l SO '
regret their move from Starke. Tlm deuoaltn of InlIdunl. .... fn 74950
I.... u '
Mr. Knight will partnerships, u..u.IW.I il "f' '
continue .
to "
Mr. and spend
Mrs. C. C. Wynn of and corporations .. 672,898.34:
Career With' A Brookslde Farm have returned some time each week in the law Deposits. of United Slates. ,

from a two-week trip to Carthage office of Knight and Knight here. (postal Government savings.(Including) .. 250.91423 PORCH, LAWN' SETS & SWINGS{ (Unfinished) '

eace Time Future Mo., where they visited S- J. G. Alvarez AMM 2-c his Deposits political of aubaivlxloim States and 138.19486 r-rr I rrrrr rf I j i-.. .. r f f j- f jr I I I j f..

Sgt. and Mrs. J, C. Wynn. Sgt. wife and small daughter Sheila Other depends (certified
and officers' check., NICE SELECTION BABY CHillS With' Wet-Proof Mattress
Wynn Is stationed at Camp Crowder. were here from Vero Beach to Me) ____________h______ 9.011.BO
j>ay while learning. In- While away they enjoyed spend the week-end with Mr. and TOTAf./ DEPOSITS $ 2.789.1011.110 .. .. '' .I I ... I II .. .. .. .I
Other liabilities ____
7.297.47 ,
resting. Essential work. trips to Lake Taneycomo and Mrs. Frank Wilson. Mrs. Alvarez I-PIECE CAST IRON DUTCH OVEN SETS $7.75 t
:: .
r other places of Interest In the and Sheila remained until Tues- TOTAL LIABILITIES (not

'acations with pay. No Ozark mountains.Dr. day. Including subordinated :f
obligation shown below
jxperience nece s s a r y .- ______________ 82,790.406.97 HKAUTIFUI: ,; 4'1
and Mrs. Wilmot Brown Mrs. J. L. Peek returned Tues-

\pplications taken Mon- and children Billy and Betty of day from Augusta Ga., where Capital CAPITAL n_______A4TOI'NT__ ____ 2 .IHI0 00 Yes We Box tu

Tallahassee the week-end __ __ ____ Springs ', ,
ay thru Friday 9-12 spent she visited her son, Julian L. Surplus 78,000.00l'ndlvlded I tap

nd 25. 110 Madison with Dr. Brown's brother and Peek Jr., who has recently been IteHerveH (and profile retirement_u_ 12,241.86 Have A Few fQ:

sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clif returned from Italy where he was account for preferred ,{ {With Built In Tabs ,
It., Starke, Florida. Mrs. ton Brown at their home on severely wounded. capital) _______ ___u_ .645.59 LinoleumRugs j 1'j1i.'.'

I. Cameron, Chief Op- Kingsley Lake. TOTAT. CAPITAL A C '
Mrs. Donald McRae and little I COUNTS ________ __ 121887.45 *" t
rater Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watsonof I Reduced '
daughter, Carol returned Sunday TOTAL LIABILITIES' r .,;',
Melrose were Sunday dinner night from Savannah, Ga.. where ANT CAPITAL. ACCOUNTS

guests of Mr. and Mra. T. Olson. they visited Mrs. McRae's husband - 2.918.29..42Thl. T 't
One To A
)UTHERN BELLFELEPHONE who is In the U. S. Navy.H. + bank' capital coniRtB .
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch of of common Mock .

CO. Jacksonville spent the week-end H. Stroman, who spent the with total par value of Customer

with, their son-in-law and daughter past three weeks In the Veterans U5.000.00M Mon\'liU'% $ .JO't;

Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr. Hospital In Lake City returned Pledged assets.loaned()and(, book.securities .

home Tuesday much Improved.. valueli y
(a) U. S. Government. ob- I --.r'
The Rev., and. Mrs. W. J. ligation.' direct andguaranteed ,
lie World Moves pledged Insecure
Churchwell have !Had as guests this deposits and t

week their son-in-law and daughter other liabilities 619,33023 DO "
(b) ,Other
So Does O. O. A. assets pledgedto .
\ Mr. and MrX W D. Embry: !
* secure.! deuait. and
of Lakeland. other Via I bllltleft ln-
If You Don't Like Your Present Location, eluding notes and bill"redl..rount..d Johns Denmark Furniture Co. '

Mrs. H. B. McLendon and and >>eciirltles .
Let Us Move Your House sold uftdr repurchase : i

daughter. Jeanette returned to agreement) 69,010..7e PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA. :
FREE ESTIMATES ANYWHERESee their home In Orlando on Thurs-
( ) TOTAL ... ..'._..____ 688.340.70 USED FURNITURE I
day of last week after a visit

here with Mrs. McLendon's par- Secured and preferred "
Ben Hall)) liabilities: ,' '
F. Starkeor
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Mat- Deposits s e au red by

Orman O. Annis, General ContractorBox thews. They were accompaniedhome pledged assets. purstiaat '
to requlrementH of law' 334,990.85
402 Phone 1804 Gainesville Fla. by Mrs. Matthews who will -- .

remain in Orlando for a visit. TOTAL ____________.___ $334,990.85 .
Subordinated obligation: STATEMENT CONDITIONCombined
( On data of the
a) report ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Knight of required legal reserve.

Madison were guests last week against deposits of this' Statements
bank was __ ____ 607,819.00
-- u
of lIl's.V.. J. Epperson, Sr. (b) Assets reported above

NAT SEZ : )'Irs.V.. J. Epperson Sr., Mrs. legal which'" reserve were ell amountedto 'Ibie a.;. FLORIDA NATIONAL GROUP of BANKSi/

Sauls and Miss Louise ________ __.-_ .. 2.525,941.72
A. F. I, 8. L. PeeJr., Cashier of .
; If those legislators don't hurry Snyder .left' Monday to spend the aboVH-nnmecl hank, do .solemnly
that tha above statement. iiitrue >t 1
J and get out of Tallahassee some time in Los Angeles, Calif. swear '
i up and thaI It fully and. correctly As at the Close of Business
"t- I they won't have to' worry about Mrs. Epperson will I I visit. her represents. the. true state of 01: '
Mrs. Dale] Van Sickel the several' matters herein' contained June 30 1015
daughter ;
redistricting the State. The State find net forth to the best of
and Mrs. Sauls and Miss Snyderwill my knowledge and hell.*' : s
will be bankrupt and the Sheriff visit Mrs. Jack Prather. S. L. PEEK, JU. , )
Correct Attest
will take over and save 'em the W. I- Smith, RESOURCESLoans $s (
trouble. Wonder 'what Tallahaifoee's Mrs. M. J. Green and daughter, \\'. U Wall. "
Miami spending three W. B. Sewell and Discounts .. "
are i
Inez of Directors $ 45418292.33 '
that makes the boys .
got weeks' with Mrs. Albert Griffis. STATR OF1 FTORir, Banking House & Furniture Including
want to stay up there all summer COt'NTY OF BltADFOnn "". '
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Sweat were Sworn to and subscribed beforemo Office Buildings 5,134,5-12.44 ; (, I e'
? thin 9th ilav of July 1H45.\ j
Other Real Estate Owned
S 1-c J. L. .
visiting their son. and F hereby certify that ( am nolan
'" Sweat In Pensacola, Friday and officer or director of this. hank. Expenses 38,852.63: '.i'1.j tS(
Other Resources 4,695.10Customer's
.Saturday. Clerk of Circuit Court, County of
Iradford, State of Florida' It Liability a/c Letters of Credit 485145.45 0//t"

Mrs. Eleanor Cluff and daughter Accrued Interest and Income receivable $ 879612.32 ;
ODD No'rle.: ,
LOT SALE ON Sharon returned Wednesdayfrom I
visit In Darien Notice IK hereby given that the U. S. Government Securities 151370554.01 ,,1y' 1 ,
lengthy .
a guard of County Commissioners of .. /
Bonds !
Florida and 23,095,215.16
County Municipal
Jonn. Bradford County Florida' will holda 1
meeting In the County C'cimmlHloner *- Securities 1,652,1732.46 ; .
Other U, j

H. O. Brown made a business House at Boom 10-00: In o'clock the County A. M.'ourt on Cash on Hand and Due from Banks 100,219,998.70 277248092.65, \)) J.

trip to Tallahassee Thursday of August 6th.. A. D. 1846 for the purpose ;- ..
of hearing; complaints from /
last week. owners or agent of Heal Estate ." $328,661. 724.88 ;'t ,a
HOESTHE or l'er.unwl Property the value of ,
Mrs. V. S. St. John and Miss whl.I1"'I1"li.( ; ... fixed" by the I" I
In County AsssHor 'of Taxes and accepted '
Alice St. John were shopping by the Board.l LIABILITIES k

Jacksonville Tuesday. !'y order of the Hoard of County .f.1 '.
Commissioners Capital Stock $ 6,825,000.00 f
FOB WINDSTORM: INSURANCECall It A J. Thomas, Clerk. ' t
Surplus 6721000.00, :
II. C. Wall Agency II
NO'rIC.: Undivided Profits - 1,122,238.02

OPA RELEASEDALL Florida' 6th., 1945 ,. f
HAS Stark July
Mrs. Broward Strickland has re- NOTICJ.: Reserves 1353614.24
timed to her home on Kingsley pursuant to Chapter 194, Florida' Reserve for Income Tax 1079241.40 t

Lake after undergoing a major Statutes, 1941, the following described Dividends .Declared Not yet Payable 12,187.50 .
In Hradford
land County
peatlon at a Jacksonville hospital. Florida, will be offered for sale at Bills Payable 1,400,000.00Other :1 j.

She Is recuperating nicely.Mr. public outcry for the highest and 240.99 '.'
Liabilities >
best cash bid at the Court Mouse.
between the hours of II o'clockA. Interest & Income Collected, not Earned 104,117.59 "
A. Jones
SHOES and Mrs '
M. and 2 o'clock I :0,. on the '
Jacksonville are spending two 6th day of August 1945.Certificate Letters of Credit 495,283.64 .
I U{. of Cer- t- 1
Nu pate *"
weeks with Mr. and Mrs Brow tificate Aug. t. 19S7. Deposits: ;

NO RATION STAMP ard Strickland at their home on Certificate No. 128. Date of Certificate U. S. Government 30,728,789.25! ,,9 hAll r
: July 1. 1642. r
Kingsley Lake. Description of Property: 8W' of Other Deposits 278820012.25 309,548,801.50 :

NWV4, 8 ec. Z, Twp. K. 22 6... '
e Paul Raymond of the U. S. Certificate No. 72tJb of Certificate ; !f'1

stationed at Camp : Auff. 2, 1917. 328661724.88, '
Marine Corps Certificate No. S30. Date of Certificate a
REQUIRED Lejeune. N. C., Is spending a ten : July' 1. 1942. '; !8 4'4'k +
here with his wife. Description' of Property: WH\ of Florida, Natlaaal Hawk Flarlda Beak A Trust fa. Florida *."o...' heck Florida Watlaaal R.... I '
day furlough NKWi. .Jk WVi of HE'4 of NEK. Dec. of J.rk.os..IN. At Weal HalaiFlarlda Hne At Ova la At .-...aeLFlarlda 4" ,,
3, Twp. S 8, It. 22 B.? 'National BaakAl naak Flarldji MftUaal, H.... 5
FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY Mrs. J. T. Russell of Bondera, Certificate No. S7I. Dat. of Certificate Florida *atl.aal Beak. Key. Meat A' Fort *.. Joe At ......... '

Texas Is spending several weeks Bept.' 2, 1840.Certificate Cer- A Trust Company; Florida .,.... ........d. :...1..1 Slack Flarlda' Natlaaal Haak
No. 131. Date of. .
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. tiflcale '. l11U. At IMIaailFlorida At talpleyFlarlda At ",. fetrnbarv At Belle UladaFlarlda
Howard. ... rlpJufn of Pl'op.rty: SEW of Bank A Trust to.Al Malloaal' I..... Hack Florida Natlaaal H.... : '
JULY 9 28TH V. E. NW'.. .* WH of NW... .A HW%. lI..c.: ...,...... Ileweh At Lakelaad, At Orlaadw' At Coral Oakla 'TI '
3. Twp. S S. K. 22 E., ,j
Mr. W. E. Mlddleton. Mrs. E. L Certificate No. 373. Date of Certificate (1

ALL ODD LOTS REDUCED 25? Matthews and daughters, Mary V2?' Date of Cer.tiftcate FLORIDA NATIONAL GROUP OF BANKS ,.1( ;
Anne are It
and Madge .
Agnes 1. 1942.ftescrlpllrn
spending several days with Dr. July of .op.rty: F.tS ofEI" Meaihrr Federal, 'l> ......... (Ciriurallua ."61
& N15 of NW'4..I. : -
of NE\4 ,
his near
Middleton at camp NtS of & 11"4 of BE4.! lIee.I. 'ft"
Brunswick Ga. Twp., H. 32 1.:., }'LOIUU.DANK AT STARKE I
111. of Certificate
Certificate Nn Date pt 1
L. J. Wynn of fept. a, 1940..
Sternberg's Mr and Mrs Starke FloridaY.
/ Certificate No 231. Date of Cr- '. i
Hampton have returned home tiflcate July' '. 'Property
some time. In Cero Description of ; $Wtt of
after spending {
8 II. n 22 B.
Gordo. N. C. C.rtltlcat. No. 221. .Date of Cer t d?
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e . . . . . . daughter, Mrs. James Swindell.Mrs. spent the 4th with her parents Mrs.Lawtey Alice visited Jones D.Sunday.J. Phillips and Presbyterian
lion: The WPB no longer requires Dale- Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Loper. I
FARM NOTES M. JU Packham of
. R.
Mr. and Mrs L. The
. freezer lockers to be rented before Mr. and Mrs. Grizzle and little Rev lotm
' Ala.] la her parents,
vllle visiting Gainesville Lewis
., By L. T. Dyer County Agent(; giving priority for building the Theressa Hall. granddaughter have moved back and daughter! of spent the new aun ncter
. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde with Mrs. Dennlson's parents
plant. There are over 3,000 such Mrs.S. to our community to live. We Sunday Presbyterian
Mrs. A. H. Kelsay and and Mrs. W. W. Pack- I Chu,1PJJ
ilaganC Mr.
built and applications .
Farm Machinery is not rationedand plants already . R. Swindell were shopping in welcome you back. at the 11 o'clf"'k, 1
no purchase certificate Is required pending for priority to build Starke Friday.Mr. William Packham and family] ham.We W"l"8hl:**>
" to buy It. Most Items of approximately 5,000 more plants] Mrs. D. L. Bailey and familyare McGee and i of Jacksonville spent the week- are sorry to lose Sgt. and Sunday ??,???{ HI, *
Since we did not collect the required her parents lu Alabama and Mrs. J. W. I after their this hour **",
farm machinery are being manufactured visiting end with his parents Mr. and Mrs Donald B. Kent will i h( ThO'
Mrs. James Swindell and son spent Co
In larger quantities this number of rentals to ob- I' of ] with relatives and Mrs W. W. Packham. being with us so long Sgt. lonshlp of God) T.cordially ...
4th '
the July
for the plant here, I .
tain PBb
. priority Mrs. Ben
' Mrs. D. P. Loper, tnvu
year. of from \
' for friends in Lake Geneva.Mr. Cpl. Merle Packham Camp Kent received his discharge t to
> we have not made application and Jfrs. S. E. and all worship
issued and ton soldiers]
PurrhOMe certificates are priority to build, which places us Loper business visitors to and Mrs Loper and Mrs. I Rucker, Ala] U visiting his par- the army ,and they have returnedto lies are ,111'1 tlJelr
: Trlest were alway
office for gasoline Pack-
In thin only W. W. teh ,
1'; wire at the foot of the llflt With the Palatka, Friday p. P. Loper and children were ents, Mr and Mrs. Rome N. Y., to make their It Is oUr the
for farm use, copper week. usiu. ,,
engines this ,
r. week. ham a few days t III
. manufacture of equipment limited Mrs. J. W. McGee of visiting In Georgia this them sucI the church J ffial"
for farm electric] wiring and lum- Mr. and I and I Mrs. Minnie Phillips and her home. We wish every IIf a Tho
and such a great demand for it, Macon, Oa, have returned home Mrs. Herbert Cloversettle I comes.. nose E
farm. I I
ber for use on the mother, Mrs Mattie Hightower of cess.
It may be another year or two after spend'ng! / week with their daughter Delores, of Jacksonville
Ammunition for farmers may be before we may expect" a plant! I- .
obtained at the hardware stores hero. -
and by the farmers signing: a
" statement that the ammunition Is There are eleven locker plantsIn .
Florida with I 2,005 lockers
", necessary to control birds and

predatory animals on the farm. Three of these last handled 151JOC and 8 . .... ,.y ';{ \\7.. ..y,: 71 : ;i:,.;,.,.. "'''-- ''''-
We do not Issue purchase certificates pounds of meat year : .r: $-. . '. '' : ..:..... _: :
" ...., : ; '. ,1'1'r-::: '''<'r.. ;. ''':'tf.! ','':':'
handled 200,250 pounds I' '
anymore The plants tight meat situation has madea f" ':'. > ,': 1 r :;;:3-: :;::( ; tti.i; ?; ;
Vetcran'M Preference In the purchase >f .
demand for the frozen "
great '. ,
of farm machinery Is extended food plants. Meat canning Is "I.!' ">.,:.r >: :'. ," ";'1""t"::;":.q' ::'.,. w

to veterans where they practically eliminated and meat A STRANGE SORT .: .:, .
wish to pure has e new farm curing greatly reduced In areas '., <'.. ; ;.!?:;..
machinery provided they .
where a freezing plant is avail '" '
assistance. This office will Issue .
able. .
purchase certif I cat e s In ..

worthy cases upon application bya . . . . . . y ,> A/i

veteran.Vaccbialing horses In done by Graham : OF PRAYER

many farmers In the county every F
summer. It Is required that a fly Mrs. Edward Norman .
veterinarian do this work, acid It . . . . . . I 2
Is very desirable] that you list !
Mrs. James Imler was shop ,
this and let
your homes in office
ping In Gainesville Monday: ,
us make the appointments with ,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton
the veterinarian In order to save -
and sons, Cecil and Donald, spent -
him time and mileage.( ;
the 4th with Mrs. Melton's par-
Freezer Lorkcr Plant._ Many
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Deny Dyal] -
farmers'of the county are askingus '
and with Mr. Melton's mother of
for Information In regard to Waldo.Mr. I' M S,1 .M- j
the proposed freezer locker plant MaV ?
here. Briefly, he so is the situa- and Mrs Nate Dyal and .
I son, Tommy, and Mrs. T. L.
Casey and daughter, Judy, spent

the week-end with relatives in .,.
I :K' ;
GAINESVILLEPLANT Hart Haven and Jacksonville.Mrs. .
Y i..6MR"sow < f.vp .. '
Selma Flerstone started ,. .<

work at Southern Hell Telephone ,....... > '''ii. ,. .,, .._'<.-.0-,. ',.
Company In Starke Monday morning ,..'" ..... :"'" _.
f.' ,.. ,'-'- ,, it.t .
t -""",, / ""." ,:.
Graham school started Monday "Gr?"' .ea. .K _'..... ?' r ,1 'Y ; ., ;,. jt.
morning with Mrs Oscar Crosbyas """- ,. ,. ':I.,, h
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- .

NOW OPEN Mrs.teacher.C. J. Frazier la attending {- .-' '
summer school in Gainesville this '" Y k?

week and next week. ,. .",... .
Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. iJ: .'::,.J-<> .:'AA<,',.f..)..,...,.;"if :,- ..y."""'". ,,,' -

ADDTHOUSANDS Wiley Edmondson, Mr. and Mrs. : .' ... ,'."iI"!><' . .<.,<,'. ,." ".'". '.y. .,. ,............."....-0,:..,.. <<-
Ed Parrish and Mr. and Mrs. I,.. ,...8"-' ,<.. '_'w.,<.,-,,,-"'..,,,,',,'"'.''.'.'',-,',,','''' Y. .n._",,...,..,.'..,
Perry Starling have been CPO ? .... ,:'.: ..1,:*. ...
., ... y. '.," ,
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Forest Crosby of Norfolk Va., and .,. "-- ;
DeWitt Starling of an Army hos- : /: ',5''ti fie'.

O M/lfS TOBY pital in Georgia. They both recently .'.: ..__.: :t." ;'K..,. . .:.';" .:. ,.
returned from overseas M. ="4". ',h#' ", 'x,.-':;:,. .'V,.",'

service : ) ,'y, <<'.'
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A DependableLife _. ...


-= AS LOW ASs = Wu. COD here lost in-the middle of the
_. important in an emer- we are. feeling night.

s -'- gency. You need dependable You up there. Me down here, with a burning sun a mess Well, no hard.feelings.
70 Automobile Insurance )-

before an emergency occurs. of insects, too much ocean, and other buddies just as lonely I'll go wherever You say, and do whatever You want

-- -- as me. me to. For You know what's best for me.
= 6.00-16 = Buy it now]

Oh, Cod, how nice it must be back home, with Germany But say, if You can only get the people back home to

Charley E. Johns licked, and the folks humming, and some of the remember me, maybe they'll still bear down. Maybe they'llboys

NO CIRflflCATE: I AgencyPhone all finished, with the fighting. still send us their blood, still stay on the job, still keep

IS STAKKE. FLA. .. t l But I guess that wasn't meant for me, was it? And making the stuff we need.
414 W. Univ. Ave. -

.... .... ":_ tomorrow and tomorrow I'll still be dodging bullets, still You see, God, I'd like to get Home l too.

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Gainesville, Fla.. .............: .

prMntlng. THE TRAVELERS.Hartford

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l.f.f.\r, Oil Changing Member F. D. I. C.CARPENTER'S .

i; Greasing 'Ai' CHARLEY E. JOHNS, AGENCY-Insurance

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Y GIVEN that SFI1CF 'I'4z: > 1)1. Fl. EDIt I\IOT. { It 1945. Jones. ex: road A 8V* of SEW of
19 RER1l regl8ter.r.lln. 1P&t.IRAf lEj .. NOTICE IS HEREBY OtVKN: that Dated this 27tli day of June .
("Ii: 'ntendA to Ilnu Illll Xn. IMIJ: the 1945. N\Ve S. 34 Twp. 7 rt It 21 Kaat
.d of the undemlKiied' are engaged In A. J. ,
Ihe dark -NOTICK US HEKKUi\'KX. that business. Thomas, containing 71 Acres more or less.
.(tIC: ,f l"r"dtord CoIfltY.t f M I'ackham the h.hl"I'. under the fictitious name Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Name In which assessed: Norman
( of the of
',,r tmt'CKKH JKWELKUH 101 .
It Den' ALVIN ROBINSON following at County, Florldn Blue.All.
John certificate h",
'ih'' Jn nipanv a ficti- ELTON ANDKKUS ,"rUth'a'ea for a tax. .l*,,..tiled,| Saul< 'all !Street. Starke Florida, and 6-9 41 7-20 (OFFICIAL' SEAL of said In
wIll SPENDS LEAVE HERE j d io Intend to r"II'I.ter the Maid ficti property being the
' he HACK FROM: t 1.lIu..d --
rn1" 'hl'h OVERSEASSgt. thereon. T h tS
.. tious County of Bradford !State: of Flor-
1p <"' name In the office of the NOIICK] OF
f:"u,')'rd ,," !:! arkeFlorfl Alvin Robinson, Torpedoman3c Elton R. Andrews has returned JeiKTlptlon numhiTK and year of iHiuanci the Clerk .of the circuit Court of Brad TAX tl'I'I.UTIOV ItKKIIllnnsr FOil ida.
son of the late Mr and Mrs. to the states after natnels In whil'h the It prol"'I1". and'th" ford County Florida.S1'1MtNU. Illll V.. INlUit : Unless such certificate or certificates -
,"4"E"IWH serving wa. .t's'seq are DRIT'KIOR. HKREBY t shall be redeemed according .
N. J. Rbblnson and a. follows NOSK'li 1 GIVEN
a of four : ;
nephew to law the
1DENIIIAnK. years an airplane mechanic Certificate 1oI.lltPl'K.H." \ I'arkhain' the holder property described
',OlJ:. H DEN1\IAHK M. Rhoden of Starke is spendinga I and aerial engineer, three nuance 1943.l'escrlptlon. No. 71. Vrur of *.. LKON RITCKKH! ot the following "'"','tlffcales 'ha* In such certificate. or certificate.
p> Ktiorney-ln-Fact. PAVID DRUCKKlt filed said certiriat.. for ala... will be sold to the highest bidder'
leave with his I of which he 2 Town of PropviM' niaa- rot 6-22 5t 7-20 Owner deed to be Issued. thereon. Thecertificate at the court house door on the
4 : uncle after ts L.awtt'y W "C ity.. H..c. numbei first Monday In month' of August.
serving H and
spent i 23 year of
n Eng- 'rwp. 5 It. 22 I. iv" ruin i r t'DtIl'i'. IIH\I>KOHIno ) Ixsuancn the di'-.,'rlptlnn of the 1945. which Is the 6th., day ot
CHURCH 16 monthson land. He trainedIn known Name; In which .." wd: L'n- 0'tl: S V9. 1.011111.3 I:'to (.'11"'8-' property, and the namea In which August 1146.

an aircraft iii.Charle it was assessed Dated this 37th of June
South Dakota L'.rtltlrAte No. are as follows'Certificate day 1145. Sts. Yw ot h8uan..e H Tyg-er. Plaintiff vs. No. .!153 Year of Issuance A. J Thomas
carrier. Robinson 1943.
bef ore Tynt.-r. L'efemljiiit. Cane
I''i Smedloy. Faster trained at Pen- 1. going [)escrltln of Proprii" t : Com. at No. 3SiSOKDKH( Description 1943. nf Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
0. overseas. Sl Cor. of Lot IS ami P'ot"rty15\ A !County Florida.
follows: sacola and his tt for a of 11111 w 180 \ tip PtHlLICATIONANP In NH of NEW: deiuled to William 6-21 4t 7-20 (OFFICIAL SEAL)
I't '" '
eel as at Sgt. Andrewshas byr- "" run N NUT" '': TO APPKAK
School each Sunday carrier Is return- three brothers to pt tt. of V .80 b" Town 13; ". K HO ft 8TATK OF FLORIDA to: Mariraret -
e of L.aut
v TyKcr lions residence I I.
bnfs ifirom nine In ot Ity ", ". 24 25
service; ? < and 2tI Twp. 11236 N. Huyne Avenue, Chicago
ser- 5 8.
chIng and( communion months In the Cpl. A. T. of the Name It. 'In&which 1111 noh,. .

a m. and 8:00: p. m. South Pacific, Marine 10riwnCertlfk'ste: a..p."d. Alice You aro required to appear on
t 11 1 Corps AU.II.t III h.. In
Wednea- 11145 Mm above
meeting each durfo-g which who No. "'. Year of '"
a has servedon lIuan'e 19U. Court and cause wherein
m. time h e visited DemTlptlon of plaintiff seek .lIvor(.... Bradford o
8:00 p. and Okinawa T'r..rly. : Lot t
County Telegraph shalL
publish this
82' J. M. Jolt> ,,.
Hawaii Pearl I sfark1" Add I.
Order In
: next tour weekly txnuea.V'ltnen .
recently; JS Twp A t hand and officialseal
Harbor, Australia I" which as.t'se.j my
Ia"y ,
a" .-c jraui wno -- II wJlSniS; at !Klaikr. Florida thin June

and the Phil- I is stationed on a Destroyer Escort (.rllth'l\te No. 16TY*" f "- i 2Slh, 1945OFFICIAL.
IIlIal1ro IH3.1I..rll.Uon. ( $I ,\1.1 A. J. Thoma
Ippines. He in the Pacific and Pfc \Vm of All Cli-ik "f sail. | I Court.
.. .-. H. who Is serving with the 385th 10r ft .., In N\.... C..r| ..,r :SK\ Lot of : T Frank l/iiiulrinn. Htarke, Florldn
wears tne acme ) l.Li: ot 3. Atty. fur Pit 8-29: 41 T-ZO
SELL See. 19 T .
Air \\ |I' 7 :; R.
campaign bar and four battle II Service Squadron In Italy. 23 E.

stars. Among his most memor- They are brothers of Mrs. H. Nil III.. In whkh a' Unkn.n I l\" C'IIIt'1 IT <01 HT Illl \lll' >lllroivn. >
/icfLPTliEM : A 1..0.l"'I'lIrh'lIl. 11.011'\1 ix tn\>-
able experiences In the Pacific M.; of Lawtey. Sgt. And .. No20!. v-nr. f Issue t'I.:it 9.Eugene .
mission r e w s said that homepeoplcouldn't '.. 1943. : K Klpley" Plaintiff VR.
was a bombing on Tokyo I','.rl'lpllol1 of Prop, ,"rty: pifc 3 Helen lll|>U"Dffeiitlant..' Case No.
art Your that lasted 11 days and nights, realize Just how much the of (i.>vt. Lot 1 LakPxi.ioHiib.Ulv.. am.

which time the carrierwas hometown paper meant to men Sec. 22 Twp. H 1:<1. It L'! ";.. OHPKH: OF PIIHL.IC.VTION:-
War Planning during Name In which uMs'NseI. . 1, J. E. AM :Ni. liT 1\1,: TO APl'KAU: I 9to9flaily
tost cnly 86 miles off the Jap- away from, home. He said that omit h.AU 8TATK OF FI.OH1DA to: Helen Restaurant t t Hours:

ly Placing Your anese mainland. I for many of them It was their of caM, lwoperty! l>t-lnw In the Klpleyvlu: >Hf roxldonre; IN 200 Wlllim Except Tuesday
only source of Information about County ot Bradford, !state' of FlurITnleim >l* Street Meniphlii, Tenn.You .
Ida. sure rMtilred tu Hppear. on .
rder Now For how things were really ,going at mu-h certlfl.ateor rertlflcateH July :SJrd. I\!IM.'i, In the PI'.I :" :namedCourt
DKWEY W. FOWLER home because letters seldom shall, be redeitni.-d, iii-i'ordln* and: mine, vt Ii plaintiffiteekit I - -..--- .. .
mentioned --a.--- jJQ1j7j4ti ---
to law the dl\ont Htadford County
\hese Appliances hOME' ON FURLOUGH poperty ili-sorllied" In
all the items they were such certificate or rei, iiriratPK. will Tel .Kraph shall publlMh this 'Julxr
Cpl. Dewey W. Fowler, son of interested in. be gold to the high. !bidder at In next four weekly I I..HU.'...

IBENDIX Mr. and Mrs. L. A, Fowler of 'the fourt house duor ..m the first| \Wltneii my hand and official seal
Monday In Month of AiiKuxt 1945 at Starke, Florida this Juno IKIIi..
: Brooker. Is enjoying a 30-day STAKKE NURSE: AWAITS which la the Slit d.i.if August 1945.
AUTOMATIC furlough at home after serving SHIFT TO PACIFIO 1945. OFPICI\L SEAL I ) A. J. Thomas. cJduvw after die swim.
(HOME: LAUNDRY Unfed thin July 3rd A. D. 1945. A* Clerk of said Court ..
three years and Lt. Audrey Carlisle. daughter (OFFICIAL 8KAL) A. .1. Thomas. lion. T. Frank Lundrtim. Ptaike, I II;,) '---T'
of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Carlisleof Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Fla. Atty. for I'lf. 6-21 4t 7-13 -
POINT : three months In
HOT County Florida. 4-6 4t 4-S7 llr
Starke is at Delta Base -
; llllAltKdllllfl
REFRIGERATORS I the South Pacific IV rillCllf ('Ol.It.
I ing Area near Marseille France iv rinrirr COURT. iiatnrnnn >l %T%. Kl.Ullllttl Itll.\>- a
I RANGES | with a Medical awaiting redeployment to the {'III '''Y. FlU'U"'l I'i (.'II"', I CKHV.Rimer a
Detachment. Dur- {''':''9'. : Fuaesery) Plaintiff V*. JrtlluKunKHBery.
I WATER HEATERS i Pacific Theatre. This Is one of Plonnle Henton Rnne, Plaintiff v.. defendant. Case No.
that time he
"oulrow Hone, Defendant.
four such centers for nurses Cane 8800.OHMCU
'hese Become AvailableWill was stationed In No. 3875.OIUThllt. OF PtIHLlCATION
which house, feed and re-equip OF Pl'nLlC.
In Australia and
[ Fill Orders them for work In the Orient. NOTICE TO APIMCAK Ol' FIAMUDA to: JuliaFuxeHHery
of Application New Guinea. BTATH OF jo' Woofl.. hone reHldencv In H50 dci
rder Fowler took row HOBO who rcNlilenca I I. 431 Fried Htn-ot. Akron' Ohio
Cpl. JOHN BRUCE McCAIO.ADVANCED Monroe, North Carolina You .r" rsoiuirei to appear on
his basic train- IN RANK You are required to annear on July 23rd. 1945. In the above named%
1 LINE August. 6th. -1945. In th ; above: Court- and wherein plnlntlflReeks
FULL* I1 cause
log at Camp John Bruce McCall son of Mr. . l
naniiMl Court and CIMIHC wherein dlvo''... Bradford County IN"i&i;
\RING SUPPLIES Clalbo r n e LA. and Mrs. J, W. McCall of Starke plaintiff seeks dlvorr- and Maiden I Telegraph xhall I I publlxh this Order .... ..
nnme reHtored Brad fIl. '(l County In next four weekly Issue --
He brother
a has been meritoriously advanced
--, Telegraph Mmll ptibllxli, thU Order Wltnexs my hand anil official
h Ernest Fowler, to the rating of pharmacist'smate In next four weekly. IKHIIVH. Hi>,al at Slnike Florida this June

MM: 3-c,' who has been in the second class Wit,..* my hunt and, official, 19th. 1945.tu1"F'lt'IAL! 5 Ai ,, I 5'e ,, Auu..u. ri..H. Csu..,.,* N..Cb.) n.I.C .
Electric Motors peal A. J. Thoma
[ at !Slarke Klorl.l.i. thin July \ SEAL)
Pacific with the Navy for two for his conduct' 3rd., 1945.OFFICIAL. As Clei'k of suld Court.Hon. 'RI'
( 8RAL) A J, Thomas.. "1'. Flank Landrum Starke
Fluorescent years. 1 under fire. He AH Clerk of said. CotutT Fla. Atty. for I'lf. -23 4t 7-13 Dc:>f.1mmlifCDCJt.1l1COOflDIIDUllllmmmmmmmtlCf( received the advancement Frank I.nndrum iSlaiko. Florldn -


GETS DISChARGE > l '. I'l.OIIIOil IV 1IIV.Leslyn .
the command..r.Service
\" {''hi' ('I II' {'OI..t'I'. nit tiiKomi I'IIU'.
Decca Records Cpl. James M. Blackshear received For ceo {'Ol %'I'%. Fl.OIIIIJtl fll \:\. Coh.i lie Patterson, Plaintiff.

an honorable discharge Pacific Fleet for <'KKt. vs. ..lexxeS .....' Patterson, Defendant -
Mary Alice Hennlen, Case N.". 2179.OUDIOR .
I Exhaust FansFlashlights from the Army on July 1 at Fort work while serving Paul William, Ilennli, "I'liilntlff, Defendant.VH. OF PUBLICATIONAND :- We cordially invite the public to

McPherson, Ga. He had been in Case. No. 8870.OHDKIt NOTICE TO APPUAR drop by and inspect our fine new
with the OF PUBLICATION, :- AND STATE OF FLORIDA to: JesseWlllard
service for four years and eight NOTICK TO AITIIAIt I : Patterson whose residence dairy on Road ,18 east of Starke.A .

1 months and was serving as a'' Fifth Mar ine HTATH OF FLOH1UA to: Captain Is Unknown. fine herd of dairy and the -
AND BVTTEKIES Paul William IlennleB. whose r Mlftence You are required to appear on cows
telegraph operator with Hq. & Dlvison on Iwo l-i % MI-H.\ Wm, Hi-nnleH, 4319 July 23rd., 1 II H.. In the above named most modern of sanitary equipment

Serv. Co., 727 Railway OperationBn. Jima. His official Franklin Avenue, Cliulnnatl Ohio.You Court and cause, wlu'pllI111110, (
Hot Shot insure
are required to appear on tiff seeks divorce and !Maiden Name our a
., when sent home. He wears record shows I August 6lh., 1945 III the above restored. PVudford County TeloKfaph quality product.
the Euro pean-African-Middle named Court and cause, wherein shall publish this Order In
that he "without regard for his
plaintiff seeks dlvnivv llradford. next four weekly Issue
Lanterns Eastern Theatre ribbon with silver own safety made numerous trips County Telegraph shall. l publlnh this Witness my hand and official seal

[ star and bronze star and the along an unsheltered beach and Order In next four weekly IxNuen., at stuike Florida, this June J'JIh I'L.ACEOLJR OHDEH NOW FOR DAILY DELIVERYSTARKE
Wit no.* my hand and official 1945.:
I I American Defense Service Ribbon. with cool. efficiency! ).!<<:8'ed.and.. Heal at t Htaike, 10'10 rhl. .,' thin July OFFICIAL\ SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
Duo Therm - and W- of Id Court: -"'
-A"the! present-'tlme he evacuated woun ed.' Srd, T945. As Clerk SB "
1 Bev- (OFFICIAL SRVL: ) A. J. Thomas, lion R. I 1. jmncnn, JacksonvilleFla. MODEL DAIRY
HEATERSBed Mrs. Blackshear, the former A.. Clerk of xald Court.T. Ally for I'lf. 0-23 4t 7-13

erly Cady are visiting relativesin HUGH SULLIVAN Frank I.nndrum, Htaiki-, Florida -- W. II. NEWSOM Owner
( Lamps Alabama. Pfe. Hugh Sullivan son of Atty. for I'lf 4-6 4t 4-27 iv ('I1U'I'I' {'151 n I'. \iu-onn
('UI vr\, ""1.1>11111'1 iv (.'11 %,,- Route 2 Phone

Mrs. Mable Sullivan of Starke. :% O T I ( 10NOTI'lO ('1':11: 1'. Ilox 2<)!D 83
Is home on furlough after serv- I;;. K. llaxarek. Plaintiff, Vs. Helenlluvarek
Desk a
( Lamps I is IIHHIBY\ OIVKN that
I Defendant. f'aK.. No. 3814.
4 ACTION RELIEF ing as an armorer with the 8th the uiidcrMlifntMl I.. i-nKaKfd In huxl- OKI i KK OF I PI'BLICATION DCrrlDll'Jl'JC' [lmfJCIIIIDCJm) ness under the flctltlourt nnnie of
===== : =: Air Force In the AND I NOTICE TO APIUOAR
7,* - 'ir. .''jT'uTTi-'.''*** >-- THK: STAll :STOHIJ' "t 310 Cnll 14ttarke. FUHtlDA Helen
.._ ... STATE 01" :
H.UTOP-- i&- n- $ Klorldu und Intendx I torenlnter llnzarek 4011) Fein Avenu Lyons,
(adio Service the mild fiu't itious mime In
atre. processing the office ot the Clerk of the I Circuit are required to appear on MODERATIONin

was completed Court of Itradford County July 18th, 1945 In the nliove named

at Camp Florida. Court and cause wherein plaintiffseeks
J. W. POOSER divorce. Bradford Countv in the expense but the utmost in sincerity -
Blanding and he 4-6 4t 4-27 Owner. Telegraph shall publish thin Order

A h 1' is on temporary In next four weekly hand Issues.Witness and officialseal (, courtesy and thoughtfulness is-- \;

duty for 30 daysat Notice:!\o'FI'FI In hnrehy OP *given ltlH to nil at !Starke my Florida thl.* June19th 'ut accorded. the affairs of red in our Set' .I '

home prior to whom It may concern that I willon 1945. ,
\ INKLERlectric SEAL) A. J. Thom..lI.A. vice.
returning to active the 26th day nf July A. P. 11I45. (OFFICIAL Coui't.lion. I1 "
Clerk of said
Bell at Private Sale, for casts, the'ollnwlnic . i
5o'cCD service described l&ndd belonging If. O Brown Hlarke. 1 .
for Pit. 6-22 4t 7-13 -31' ,
Service I either in the U. to: James Alvarez, a minor to-wit: I
Lots three four thirteen and cfTiiir.; ,
iv" cuicriT' 1111 'DKOIIICOI )
S. or the Pacific.He fourteen 01 Kverly'n Addition to '" FMHIIIIAl IV fll.\V-, 1' : I
26 Temple Avenue Town of Starke, Florida, In Section DEWITT C. JONES
Carpenter's Drug Store is the brotherof 29, Twp. II t). K. 22 )':a..t. Om.t..mey.CEll: v. Plaintiff vs. Boyd

Jack Sullivan, 6-22 4t 7-13 K. V Alvarez., Uuardlan. Ramev Defendant. Case No, 8765. AMBULANCE: SERVICE : ''c,. ;
\ _. :. I" I l' ".. .
of. NOTICK: TO AI'I'NAK utrectorSTARKK ')"
who has been IV ('IIUTIT COIIIT.COI nllAIIFOlI1J funeral .. 1m!
to Hoyd
tidally presumeddead 'V" 'Y, ..011111.\| IV Cll\: > Barney whose residence la State PHONE 7 \

_ e.t j after being missing In action Major CIHV.KoBcrH, Plaintiff v*. Mary Hospital Carolina.You at lIIor"lI.nlon.Iorror..nton.. ,
Our local funeral home enables
Defendant Cane
4SA1L Lou Htone Jtotfern. required to appear on ui to
w for more than a year. No. .18113.OIIPER. July 20th., 194.1, In the above named offer conveniences and services not
OF PUBLICATION:- wherein plaintiff -
Court and cause '
ANI NOTICK TO APHEAIlHTATH seeks divorce. Bradford County otherwise available.

EVERYBODY II . just like moEairused OF KI/mtDA to: Mary Telegraph shall publish. this OrderIn
Lou Stone Itogera whomi renldence next four weekly Issues.Witness .
ENJOYS EATING to make" IS 310\ Olllmrt! :.Street Ueometown my hand and official seal HOSPITAL EQUIPMENT

South Carolina.You to B' tarke, Florida thl* June 16th. This equipment is available for use In the 'home at a nominal
required on
AT are appear 1941OFFICIAL.
July 30th., 1945; In the above named ( SEAL) A J. Thomas. charge. Our service Include delivering; to I the home both locally
Court and cauxo, wherein plain Court.
of said
tiff seeks divorce and Custody of Chas.As Clerk R. Ho... 204 11-altV. Bulldlna, and la the surrounding territory, and letting up this equipment.
he PARK CAFE Minor Child. Hrtidford. County Jacksonville Flu Atty. for Plf. '
LAPPEYou9re Telegraph hall publUh this Order 6-2 4t 713.
In next four weekly Imiueii.Wltnenn -
my hand, and official neal iv r-inri' IT 1,1-lIT. IIHAHFOHII
at Hlarke, (Florida thIs June 27th ('4)8''VTY, FI.UItI"I'll ('lltV.Doro'thy : .
1945. ('..:II\'. Old Sarge's Place *
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Andersen. Plaintiff vThorhjorn .
Delicious Regular Meals A* Clerk of said Court.T. Andersen, Defendant.

Frank I.andruni, Starke. Florida
Healthful Vegetable Plates 7? Atty. for .Plf. 1-2iJ 4t 7-20 ANT RDER5OF NOTICK PUBLICATION TO APPEAR! :- STARKE'S ORIGINAL

Short Orders IV CIR( IT ('fti liT, flll l>FOIII> STATE OF FIXIRIDA to Thorb-
_ COIVTY. FI.OItll> IV til.IVWIlliam'B. John Andersen whose residence In
., ....._ Baierman Plaintiff VII. are required to appear on
-- ---_ ., h.d .- Frances tlaierman, Defendant. Case July 23rd. 1945 In the above named -
No. 3U4. Court and cause wherein plaintiff -
OrtDER OF PUBLICATION meek divorce. Bradford County
AND NOTICE TO API'BAR Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
Service Man STATE OK FLORIDA to: France next. four weekly Issue
: a Paerman whone residence In 2110 Witness my hand and official
Umore H
I. Pltubunr. Penniylvanla. 20Ih. 1945.iFFI'IAL, Authorized
for You are required to appear on SEAL A. J. Thomas.
and are looking July 30th. 1945. In the above named Aa The
Court and cauiie. wherein plaintiff I. H Harrison. 103 Law Exchange Jig Department
seeks d I vorre. Bradford County Building. Jacksonville Florida. (i ty.
thz Telegraph shall pnhll.h this Order for Pit. ," 41 7-12
i the right things at In next four weekly l I..u.... I _
I Witness\ my hi. ."f and official NOTICE OK APPMCiTlOV FOUTtV OperatedBy K
seal at Htarke, Florida, this June IIP:l-.l; *
1 27th. 1945.OFFICIAL. ll>...e Illll V... 11tf'I: Ex-Soldier
right prices ( REA f., A. J, Thomas. NOTICE HI HEItKI-Y: nlVEN. an
All Clerk of said! Court. that T J. Alderman the holder' of
'1'. andrum, Htark. Florida.ALtO' the following certificate hall filedsaid
for Pit 1-2iJ 4t 7-20v certificates tor... ta*: deed to
,__ he Issued thereon. The certificate
I cinrriT {'(>liT. lilt 'DFOIIO numbers and year of Issuance the HEADQUARTERSFOR
VISITHAFKIN'S {'()WTY, KI.OMIHAJ. IV t.:1I.\I.: : description of the property and thename
(''':IU'. In which It was assessed are ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES

"otln Helen, Totln IJefenrtant., Plaintiff Cami V"No. John SH: 1.rirtlUBR "cerVlfEate No. SOI. Year of I.uance .- NOVELTIES and JEWELRY

PUBLICATION:- July 1, 1 2.Descriotlgn .
S ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR of Property: T"ot 1 *
John of Lot 2 of Block 2JBlanton. >
Totln whose. re.' U P. O. BolO .. Add. Sec. 30 Twp. 7 .
23211-l/onolulu. T H. n n E..t.
You are required to appear on Name In which O. Ben Suslow's

July 0th.. I94S. In the above named. S..I.
being In the
said property
Court and cau". wherein plaintiff All
.Teekn divorce. Bradford County County of Bradford $ ate of Flor-

"The Store All Soldiers Know" Telegraph hall publl.h thin OrderIn 'Id" certificate or certl.flcate .
next. four weekly l *uee. Unless such
\ hand and official shall b. redeemed acoordlnjrto Army Store
seal a" "tarki, Florida this June law thus property
GIFTS 23rd. 1945. A. J. Thonuii. such be old certificate to the or highest certificates blrtder at
JEWELRY UNIFORMS A.OFFICIAL Clerk of "aid Court.T. the court house door on the first 1946. 209 E. Call Street Starke, Fla.
Frank Landrum. lark. Florida Monday In month of August"
Atty. for Pit. I-U 4t T-20 which I. the Ilh., day l of August



1\ \E,\ r rJttiT

FlUD.\, i iJ \

''fl:t ', President Osmena Predicts, I Bonds Aweigh-By I lf t

,\: :,i: : :, l Japs Will Be Hard To Beat I .. .tr.t-" _:'

tIr WASHINGTON D. C.-President been no less Impressive. Under the

i,"-' ' Sergio Oamena of the Philippines inspiring leadership of such men as -- -, Lt!
II I, t't ,'i' rl"I"\ now In process of complete recon General MacArthur and Admiral

; quering from the Japanese and from Nlmitz the Japanese have been dislodged .
which General from one .position after another
Douglas Mac- in their ill-gotten empire. In n
? ;t Arthur's land I ; I this connection my people and I
k forces under Admiral ki are extremely grateful that the e
Chester I Philippines are now being liberated ,
Nlmltz will from the tyrannical rule of the )

W'4 swing into final enemy. .

I I f action against I "Happy as I am that my country
? the enemy today will soon be able to live in peace

t Issued a again, much remains to be done be
j statement in behalf I fore Japan is fully beaten. Aside

ot the from the additional campaigns which )
a Mighty Seventh will be needed to obtain military rI

I ,' rt War Loan i victory in the Pacific there is also '
President Os.mena' the human factor to be consideredIn
., :
; ; ,; :J if
that other peoples of the Far East

ment was released : esrly await to be freed from the I ;; : ;: \,\, ,... \,....'
'l by Brlgaadier 'enemy We Filipinos know only too -

uenerai I well from experience what it meansto
Carlos P. RomuOSMENA be under Japanese domination Qultlt. Easy Reading

? ' la, resident com I "One of the outstanding feats of '
A missioner of the Philippines to the has been the '
the war undoubtedly I
United States, at the Philippine of. efTective fashion !In which the United
here. President Osmena said:
:b flees States has overcome the formidable
ti "Needless to say, we Filipinos are obstacles of distance In supplying the ,
k j very pleased with the signal successes Pacific Large quantities of supplieswill J :: :: I
'" achieved the United States
by be needed however, to deliver ;
I and her allies during recent months.
the final crushing blows against a ,
t After a Ion; and hard struggle the ruthless and fanatical enemy. All of I
Germans have begirt pushed to the '
1 89c
r a ,brink of overwhelming detent and us can make certain that these supplies .. I
the end of the war in Europe is now are available for our armed 'J" ,

t Il clearly hi sight. forces by giving enthusiastic support - of'strong alumlnta!
"In the Pacific, our gains haves to the Seventh War Loan Drive" that won't work

s n .":':..J Two levels and four
4c j
6 t ; Top Quality.
{.rlIT (oiiir, BIlUFo14DiN. Wins Cash Award
('oFV'1'Y, 1"1.011111c.... I .

,( l'Il1ler"u.: CKHY.: .HSsery. I'Ialnllttva. JuliaFureNMury. '"... 7 _--. .._ ,' .**. 17eue.r !
t Defendant. Case Nu. Class Covered
+ F 5SO.
t oru>ron( OP rrtBLirATtov
8TATI3' OF FLORIDA, to: Julia :
J Ku eHBery whose residence In 860 ;
4 Fried Street: Akron Ohio. t \ ,
t 'ty You are required to appear on
r I July 13rd,. \18-46. In the altove numnilCourt ;! QP
+cCy and oaam. wherein plaintiff f
.....k. divorce. Bradford.. County -eve aur(
y6) Telegraph' shall pahllsh till OrderIn
C W1 I tt nsxttoutweekly Issues.Witness .
f my hand l and official \YS.. 2.49
i seal at Htarktf, Florida, thin Jim
(q, I 4 yl i mill un.'O.'FrCIAr.. I New IV {'IIH'I'I'r ('ot'II'r. I dainty >pattern> .,
w "l SI'1.\(.) A. J. Thomas. BuildingFor (01 'TY. KLOUIDll : :' ;
., ) A. Clerk of laid Court. C'I**It VOma' : : &. t l
F lion T Frank Landrum, Stark. .. Carl RitchCarl Hamey. Plaintiff I j ; stain Ili20-ln.
t l Fla. Atty. for 1>lt. 6-23 4. 1-n Kaniey. Defendant CIIBO.
-r 't t -er -/- RItch has received a per OKDEH OK PI' ;! :)(;
J 'k 7 IN nnriir roiitr. lilt \.H..t mit from the to erect 22x60
( ( city a OF FLORIDA Perfect Com/off
r'' r CftCWTV. KMHtllMl IV C.'II\V
( KM V !. foot concrete block building: on Ramey, whose residence
t J' ' r>. rnlhy' Andersen. Plaintiff vThorhjorn the corner of Thompson and Jefferson liiiHpltal at Morganton n I IIki
ll Andersen, IIde"d..nt North Carolina.You .
Cans No. 38(4.OHMICIl Sts. are required to : I. I kiI
1 OP PtTBUPATTO.VAN1 ; The approximate cost Is to be Julv 20th. 1945 In the I
ld I > NOTICE TO APPEAR. ed Court and cause I I
STATE OF KLDR1OA to: Thorn- $3,000 and is to be used by Mr. tiff seeks. divorce.

1 y a John Unknown.Andersen... whine residence. Is Ritch as a location for his plumbing Telegraph I n next r our shall..uvn'3_puhllxh. I!1 ..! L

:'F D,7 Ton are required to appear on Fret| II. Stophena' of Sturkwwan business Witness my hand and
July" S.lrrl. 11U! In the above named awanlrd In ranli nt starke, Florida, this
' Court and cause, wherein plaintiff 92.1 byIlilg. Mrs. J. M. Itrownlee spent the 1948.tOl''FICiAL.
'+ neck divorce. Hradfurd County ton. Robert S. I-rai-l, Jr.' week-end in Gainesville with her SEAL) A, \UA
Telegraph shall publish thin I Older An Clerk of said Court.
commander last week for
i' r' In next four weekly Issues ramp[ brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Chan. R. Hoes, 204 Realty .. .- .19c
Witness my hand. and official! uhiaNtlng a suggestion under Mrs. Sam T. Dell. Mr. and Mrs. JarkHonvllle, Fla. Atty :
",il at Htarke Florida this June thn War Drpartiiifnt'a. "StlKA'*'"- 6-2 4t 7-11. weight good
Ih, 1945.FFICIAL. Joe E. Wilson were guests of the
( BEAD: A. J. Thomas, tlon Award" program. Mr. I fabric with utronj
? on Saturday. ..
Clerk of quid ourt. Stephens won the award for d seams
H Harrison, 10ft L..w ExchangeIMIntc lv' {"II'I IT enl HT
Jacksonville, Florida. Ally.f preparing a device that l h. lined ('01 \TI, FLORID :
y n It. 8-2J 4t 7.13 to broken I t'Kill',
repair nprlng on '
; In' the Post N"'%', KIOUIUIN 1111:' lelores Simmons, P I a
laundry prrttMM Charles. Sun' mona, .. / t IA* Rood!

Q. IN: niirriT rnnitT, nu \i)roitn Laundry, saving time and manpower .c..v.E. k.: Hazarok: Plaintiff v.. Helen. I No. 2890. -,
Shy t'ltl'ivrv.: FI.UIllUAl l'> l'l1AN. for the laundry's role In tlusarrk.. Defendant. Cane No. 3H14. ORDER OF PI'
} l'.SIt Y. the war effortOfficial ORDER OF 1'ITTU.K'ATION: AND; NOTICE TO
a 1st" Lealyn CoMne Patterson, Plaintiff./ t AND NOTICE TO APPEAR STATE OF FLORIDA :
i v... JesHa Wlllurd I'attemon l>eC.n. v, S. .Irmy Photo SPATE OF FLORIDA to: Helenrtnxarok SlrnmoiiH, whose .. : '
dent Cane N<> 317' IU Fern Avenue, Lyons, known. N
1r ; :' OP.; PUBLICATION 1111 nol". You are required. to
I AND NOT1CH/ TO Al'PHAH Series of New Films You are required to appear on August. 13, 11145 In the
t .+ STATB OP FLORIDA to: Jess July 18th, l'M5! In the above numnl ed Court' and '' ,
"Wlllard Patterson wliOHa resldoncnl To Be ShownAt Court and n plaintiffH I tiff seeks divorcee "i-'J A : ;
E l "br't; :
: r fi Unknown. divorce County Telegraph shall Publish
;; 1 q 4. You are required to appear on USO Club Telegraph I Hhall publish this Order III 'next four weekly l.." .
July 23rd, 1940, In the above nam. In next four weekly: IHHIIPB. Witness my hand ,
.il Court and caiixu, wherein plaintiff Witness, my hand. and official Real at Starko, Florida, 2.49
ii l t i seeks dlvorciM and Maiden Name Beginning July 19, a new seriesof seal. at Htarke, Florid, thus June U. 1'45. I
) ....tor..... ETadfnrd County Tol... films "American IIIII. 194VOKKICMAL (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. I
,,4 > ; p..T'fal
next four weekly tmiues.. Life" will be featured each A.. Clerk of said 1 Court. J R. Harrison' Law *Koaaa sou
Witness my hand and official Meal Thursday evening at the USO Hon. H. O Brown, Stai'ke, Florida Hulldlna, Jacksonville' ,
.t Htarke, Florida tlila Jun. Itth. Atty. for Pit. 6-22 4t 7.18 Atty for Plf I finish.
1145. Club. These films have been planned
OFFICIAL BAAL) A, J. Thomas and approved by outstanding : ;; : : : IIICIIII1I:1tjIII: : :!;!: :
p A* Clerk of mild/ Court.
$, ,1} Hon. It. If. IXinoan, Jacksonville.Via. national leaders In the fields of HAROLD C. WALL JOS. E. \
Y ,r Attr. for Plf. 8.U 4t ,.\1 recreation and education and are I Horn or
P V} -
) highly entertaining Iw ll as In.

A "talk-It-over" period will follow -

each film, and comments and I INS U RAN C EH.

.tIt UWUWn<< questions from the audience'will

I be called for. There Is promise : :
1'tl .;; of real fun and stimulation from qual
this new program. Hess B. Span. .
4 nor, USO staff member In chargeof skin
} 1M1{ fOIDdiCIDgtrflTGINi11NCIC10SJil'(!: I :
i, r P 1yf arrangements, invites everyoneto AGENCYConstant : Will
DEPENDABLEHOUSE be present on Thursday July ,
t ,
4 a 9. WIRING 19, for the opening picture in the d .

series. The programs will beginat Service Over 50 Years ('
'v 7:30: o'clock. ; : : ' !"' <:&JCIII
INSTALLATIONAT The staff requests that childrenbe
Please Phone 116CLASSIFIED ..
FAIR PRICES accompanied by adults, since __ _

d the films will not be over until
1 rl;sOlef
after dark.YWA '

1' { j By Mailing A Penny President (
1 r
Postal To Mina Frances Peek has been ADS
; rr Stanley's Electric Service elected chairman of the Ruth Different!

It. F. 1>. 1, Hoc 58, Starke Halnes YWA Circle of the Bap-
zi SEE LACY SIMMONS' for your I
py"r (rDDD10> Oi1lglgi9lCl01017) < !! tist Church Puerto Rica and Banana Yam LIST \\\ .
f l potato vlnca. The vine. arq at FARM i\\\ \\v. ...
Mr. IlronkB'B farm. east of Btarke. BUSINESS
11: per thousand If I cut them. 1
If you cut then, 1 deduct some,
Itp 1

; I INSURANCEompanit HAVE IT FIXED Many little STROUT !! V
r' ( thing are breaking up aroundthe
} .
house these day that you Great..t ..ptl..*
would replace If tIT property Ha. .
them. This !I. Impossible you could, get but ".000 _I., ., .....H_ 11
maybe I can fix It. Ask for Acreage- Bay. from .11
Ic:4mE.'tl(1an Frank at Telegraph l Office. tt World Free open listing.
E.A. i '
MATTRESSES of all kind. renovated .
& ; furniture upholstered and '
gl'tE. :CajLlafty reflnlnhed Drop u. a card. Represented!' Locally

HASTINGS: MATTRESS CO., E-ox F. O. {{' : :
$ 230, Palatm. Fla. tf 116 So. Walnut St.

t .z .. JUST AUKIVED-.UoaU of nice farm e
marc* and riding hornon See
(! Dowllnir BroH. 7-6 2tp FOR SALE:-9 piece ,. 'witth: t1
room aulte.' Mrs.' H. V. alloy el
i u FOR SALE-Concrete Nock apartment 344 N. Walnut tit,. cameothe sow
iaM' rA Ji+ J v hO".... 3 apartmenta. Income .
$205 par month. Cheap for FOH KENT-Mmall cabin, more easily
fax ,. cash.. Phone4. tf thing furnlsh. 3 miles surer starting.
Fahuka. Hoad at Stanley


r ALL FURNISHED J. 1. Bagwell. Rte. 8, .

tl ;, MEETS FOK HALK 20 acre farm
house with 1 buildings

Ca ;I I1 OUR REQUIREMENTS BOOK: A 1CQOM AHEAD of fruit Lawtey trees, t H mile' miles east

FOIL YOUR WIFE way. See J. R. Reed.

1 > OR PARENTS FOR SALE-4] room ..
Gas Beat la Each RoomLARRY'S &a new, must be
W. T. CLUTE present lo..atlon.' Price
able. Box H4. Lmwtey.

Iota of other .xtra"-

1000 Feet From B Gate SPENCER SUPPORTS
t2 designed. Bertha "
West dr-: St. : :

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