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 27, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04925
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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! flat Full of Coca-Cola . Anderson J

f-na Mustard From Home Is Precious As Gold

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-- Malaybalay, Mlndanon

July 15th, 1913 Official County Publication -A''abl/.hm In 1877VOLUMhy -

Things I sever did 'tul now . TY-SF\'EN STARKE, FLORIDA.FKiIL.tY. oIVl.Y ::21. 1915 .Nv.n&tn FORTY .1 I

Philippine guerilla troops do with Filipino Jap- -r

!see what when they catch the traitors. They shoot them I Come On In The Water's Fine! 1

liasrators 1 : : storm to see an Bradford Volunteers Will Staff :
ankle deep Docor"dwithgdripprain down '
Sit "Crime water Infiltrating: ....,,""t."I, I
'.\" like until I'm wet from stem to stern.i .;iiJ .,, . : i
neck of my poncho ; ." .... ... : >t 't.' ;' ''':; \ .." , New Red Cross Canteen At
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i ._ roofed bamboo framed hut 'y , : t Camp
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chickens scratching centipedes ; '. "". ; . : :.._ ",\ .''"" .
our precious dirt floor and roostL "' ':.:;:: : 'v'. z. I. ,,,, .' .
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crickets ". ., "." .. " V On Tuesdays Saturdays Each WeekThere'll
under our cots.Bath '. .. ,
g la nude In the river while the localdresses """ !'t '> ......,... .- ., --. '. I
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the bank for 5t .t \ ' "
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clothes on a < ;
scrub our :: --_ t 't'< ,'Ii " bo doughnuts and coffee and a smile and a
the and water-with ..; .. ........ < .
IJ: we make with soap .' _" ..,,*,,( : ''Ill> ..'. :\. cheerfulord of greeting from an American woman in a 1
mbarrassed detachment.Stand "' .caw_ : "Wry ..,.'*'" ,..,; '. .. t Red Cross uniform waiting very soon for overseas veterans

in line for "i hour, and a half over ate :i"v ,"'" > ,".. :'", .' arriving at Camp Blanding'a new personnel!: center
,4\o<.. ?fJ ,. ; .' ; Details of staffing a canteen daily from 12 to 6
,shark to get onc..lit tie canteen cup half ', >Io "' noon
P\ Coca-Col- .., .. < ', ': ';::' X ,.., .. '. : ,I. :\ ,,I.: ,,: n. m. were worked out at a meeting held last Friday morn-

?I Of Beml-cold ".-_.,>> -. ,'" ...,. '., ,'t.". :J ::1::> .,"""'" '':" : ing at Ked Cross headquarters. Camp landing, attendedby
files from ; '
while flicking
In the open my " 'lW> : <;" ; ;
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Eat ,
.. 'v" ;. ,' representatives from chapters in Bradford, Alachua
k. "
L with a snap of the finger to avoid eating this ' ,,'!! .......' .. ',:'1\" Putnam, St. Johns and Clay Counties.

Scorned fresh meat-but nevertheless eating some. .. _,1,." ..;:;.,- .., .... ',,:.:;., _. 4. '-. >':,:'''': .:' The Bradford County Chapter assumed responsibility 4

Bide In a home made, two wheeled cart drawn by a cara- Many parts of the regulation field! equipment of lIol
ao. walking Is much faster but I couldn't pans up the,novelty. airtight and will Kite the wearer buoyancy In c&8t'he must take Saturdays. The period from 12 noon to 6 a. m. will be Ii

Look over 72 bloody, shattered and torn Jap bodies scattered to the water In combat condition In the above photo soldiers County Exceeds divided inttV' three six-hour shifts, with a captain and five t' ;'

und the area and feel nothing but perfect satisfaction-instead in full war dress are being hown, tricks of the trade to keep -- -allies' for each shift. This'

getting sick as I once did at home when I viewed the protrud- themselves afloat by officer who conducted an< all-week water will require the services of ; '3i

bone of an auto-wreck victim's broken leg. safety course at Camp Blending recently for the Infantry Replacement Overall QuotaIn Building Active 18 volunteers on each of i 1 i\\ '

Spend only ten pesos in three months-and that to keep Training Center Klngftley Lake Is playing an Important these days. Airs. Bertha i h

rom doing( my own laundry., That' not because I'm a frugal role In teaching Uncle Sum's soldiers how to protect Pearce was named chairman t

18er, but became. there's nothing buy. themselves against drowning . a condition which frequentlyarises 7th War Loan Under New RulesStarke of the Canteen Corps and the

Wake up while sleeping on the ground, to pull a lIzzard out In wartime condition at sea or In combat lonet*.--Official entire local setup is under

under my lone blanket, and then going right back to sleep U. S. Army Photo-Camp It land Ing. the direction of Mrs. Junius ,

t happened on Morotal Island before our cots ariived. Bradford County exceeded its Is experiencing a small M. Smith, chairman of Volunteer ,

Get a free carton of Camels or Luckles per week and give A RE-PLr TO A ? IVL: overall quota in the 7th War building boom since the removalof Services. t

m sway to our Filipino "hut boy", Soslmo Clet, who loves Loan by a comfortable margin some restrictions several weeks The Army Is constructint- i
to information
according received
ur American cigarettes." Wish I could send them> to you! ago. According to permits issued: canteen and it will be compl)
Starke Fla. week by Jos E. Wilson,
Travel In a C-47 "flying boxcar" from :Malaybalay to Perang,, July 21, 1945: county finance chairman.The by City Clerk Carl Johns, the by Tuesday of next week.

danao, and back In 45 minutes each way-a trip that took us To Whom It May Concern county was credited with following buildings< and additionsare Those who have VI">"' 'I'''red

solid days of tortuous travel via glorified carabao trail and jeep : $382.633 in bond sales on a quotaof under construction.Bids their services as Canto Captains
We read the article In the July 13 issue of the Telegraph captioned -
months ago. $307,000. Only 739 of the E are: Mrs. C. A. !_A..IIt,
"Unwelcome Guests". We would be Interested were received on June 19 i ,
you Mrs. W. B. Sewell Mr Jeanette -
Hatch KIMM(1 lIub..tantial) Filipino civilian citizens pick scraps bond quota however wall sold. '
in our view of the subject. Interested or not, here goes: The E wan 3261.000, with by the City Bond Trustees for Kincaid Mr. Jumiui I
rat from our Army garbage cans because they are so hungry. quota
The attitude the people of Starke are taking Is all wrong. reported sales of $195,246.The : the construction of a garage at Smith Mr, W. O. Strlngfellow j S ,

[ Get homesick. They should realize that we "unwelcome guests" are the ones State of Florida exceeded the municipal light plant Bids and Miss Beryl Holland.
Write all sorts of personal little things In letters realizing
Volunteers will be furnished
who them fill tea etc. both its overall and E quotas
helped many a pot, received were from O. O. Annie,
til well that the censor's eagle eye will devour all my neciets. transportation both Mrs.
Overall tales reached $215,597,271on : ways
The people of Starke have made quite a bankroll on "tstwelcomguests" and J. M Edwards
Gainesville $7,020 -
lie way around it is to send' letters by a soldler-acqnalntance a quota of 122000000. E Smith stated, and will also be
by renting us unlivable rooms shacks (that wewouldn't
turning home Mho will mall It In the State. 1 ('an'tDIIT: bond, sales reported totaled $53-: $6.693.: Bids were also supplied with uniforms as soon

ling this, though, for the Army says it',. naughty and chas- keep a pig in) for outrageous prices. In fact the cityor 264,640 on a quota of 50000.000: II received on June 22 for the tear- as they can be obtained. In the

es those caught.Call town of Starke is outrageous. What we would like to know Is: Junius M Smith was chairmanof i Ing down and building anew of a meanwhile, volunteers are ak' *

Do you have a health department here ? We certainly would like the 7th War Loan In Bradford concrete foundation at the city to wear either a plain blue o.
a buddy "Butch" one day, but salute him and say "Sir"
to locate it. If you haven't we could send you one. It's very. ; County, light plant for the base of the white wash dress and the RedCross
because he direct shave tall That don'tn
next got a appointment.
badly needed. new diesel unit which la to be installed Canteen Corps ln.,.ala. I

I liked It. You say the U. S. Army is the best in the world and we Lt. Torode Home soon., Olds on this were: Mrs Edward Bums, executive.
Read and enjoy newspapers month old, magazine years old, of the Bradford '
shouldn't knock It. We don't After all, It's our husbands that O. O. Annls, Gainesville $6,304 secretary County (
lid books that are now ancient hlstol' the AmericanCross and J, M. Edwards, 6200. Bath Red Cross Chapter stated yester- ,
make the It's a thing the Army doesn't get after you . .. .
Army. good .><. ..... .... ...". to Ed '
ltd contracts were awarded day that the response to the call
for. the soldiers of cent they have with the awful ;
robbing every !
[stare like a country hick who came to town and saw his first wards. Mr. Edwards la also building -, for canteen volunteers has been i
prices you charge them. Are the people of Starke too stupid to
a small addition to the light gratifyingly nthuslaatlc. How- ,
i choo train whenever we eee a white woman.
I see that if It wasn't for Camp Blanding and us "unwelcome guests"Starke be still be and
Watch grimly, but with interest while a Pfc pill-roller plant which Js to used as $n l ever, others can used
would still benothing: but a dead, two-hick town! office. The \Cot: of this is to be anyone wishing to, sign up forth
Inedlc) put five stitcher'in the base my left thumb which Ijii :
hall off In aocMentwithout of local anesthetic. Once Yes, tine people 'V96rJte ,can talk and latft .' iow,,.and also $800, i if} .. ..? *. ?5' .. , >< Mr>')c, mfy* sea 9no,,of, the 1captains
an a l
t even
be money-hungry! BtTT-f '.who laugh last, laugh 'beSand whetthis Curl John Is building three f II med above or call the f, .,
i Chilian days Nurse Irma Duford had to'give me nmmcmU '
my Red Croud at 35.:
war Is over, Ha! Ha! concrete block houses, each of
i prevent my swooning while Dr. \V. E. Mlddleton sewed two will contain two l Mrs Burns has received 1 1a
Another 'thing, we "unwelcome guests" wonaer If you peopleof which efficiencyapartments Just !
tie stitches In a finger I ripped on a small buzz-saw on the>
on N. Temple Ave. letter from tho SoutheasternArea
Starke were ever children ? We doubt It. Children are
h at the TELEGKAPH office. And I had a local anesthetic on These are being constructed so office stating: "We were
down in this floody town.If .
at one, too. upcn that they can be lined aa tourist highly delighted to receive such a i'
I I'd be careful because already there art
were very
Live three months without going once to church. Brother you. cabins after the present emergency fine report following thIS meetingat
lots of "unwelcome guests" leaving for other fair cities, no matter
rchwell take notice and plan accordingly! and should be ready for occupancy Camp Blandlnar regarding the

mak- how far from Blanding.So ..p within six weeks. Canteen Service. am sure your
Get a chewing from the boss (the Colonel) without It
watch tongues. You're biting the hand that feeds you volunteers will recognize this
your asa
Ig any Inward Impression or arousing my resentment. In the D. Horse Is remodeling a large
Sincerely, real opportunity for service to
two dwelling house on
lid dii story
)* I'd have "seen red"Sleep
An Unwelcome Guest. Tenth St. Into several apartments our Armed Forces who have sovalla.ntly
I like a babe with a 30 kilowatt Diesel generator roaring I'' :
served under {
extremely -
Praise Allah, I'm leaving. Lt. Com. R. A. Green has built
[night five yards it sometime.. I
away. Try an addition to the building occupied difficult circumstanced.Your 1

Not be Interested enough In drawing my pay to walk We are genuinely sorry if any person read our article "U<<1wel- by Kitty's Lunch on) Temple Chapter's willing and eager I
rough the mud to make the screaming eagle's formation. { response to this plan Is highly i
come Guests" so hastily and so casually as to gain the false Impression > Ave. This Is 22x36 ft., constructed I

hat the !heck! It'll be there when I can spend It. that the opinions expressed therein applied to anyone other than ,. 'q .. of concrete blocks with gratifying tI t

Soldier three months without standing an inspection and with- mentioned-the chronic complainers. a metal roof and is occupied by I ,
class specifically
having to wear a shirt i unprecedented in, the annals of thee Since the article plainly stated that this type of person is Lt. John Arthur Torode arriv- R. A. Weeks' tire recapping ODT Speeds Up j

Division! I guess they finally realize you can't fight this war usually Idle and, consequently has plenty of time to nurture her ed In Starke Wednesday from the establishment. Mr. Weeks was Process Allocating '
with J. P. Roberts
in the building
we fought the Louisiana maneuvers! misery, It U hard to understand how any working Army wife,, European Theatre of Operationsto his Motors and moved Into the New Light Trucks
Consider mustard and half-pint of Kraft spend a furlough 6
a Jar of French's a one who accepts existing conditions in the sporting spirit I'>
especially Torode. He new building Monday.
layonnalse from home more precious than gold. Well, anyway, could apply the title of Unwelcome mother, Mrs Some misunderstand kig has
possibly resulted -
I'ghty' at "c'est la guerre" Is a member of the 8th Air Robert Green Is building a 19x 6
precious.Be Guest to herself. Certainly WE did not. Force. 26 ft. addition to his New Method from an announcement of

[ scared to go see the doctor when I'm feeling bad knowing It has been our lot to see many people come and go since the Cleaners on Temple Ave. the revised procedure for allocatIng {

[get 01:ly aspirin and/or salts for my pains. establishment of Camp Blanding five years ago. In our considered Licenses Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Green have light and medium trucks by "

\1Hlt our unscreened, open air latrine where one can look upon opinion they usually find just what they are looking for In Starke., Fishing added a bedroom and breakfastroom the Office of Defense Transportation.

'> reading and watch the local men, women and children pass- In the early months of 1942 Ward Morehouse, one of the more Cost More NowThe to their home on N. Walnut' G. H Cochrane DistrictManager I Q Qweek

g to and fro on the adjacent road-and, vice vena.again with writers of the New York press paid an overnight St. and are planning to retool at Jacksonville said this 'I,
sophisticated effective the
lawmakers assembled In that August 1,
"mbarrassed" detachment! visit to Starke. He was: seeking the garish, the gawdy, the gauche. and repaint the entire building. ODT district managers will have I..i
Sit' while anted Tallahassee this year hiked the Mrs. R. S. Fernandez Is building
up in my cot one night and watch with Interest That Is exactly what he found. He visited the bars, the honkey the authority to allocate these P'i
block residence i
small concrete
Japs subjected the .adjacent air strip to mortar fire. Note tonks the carnival sideshows. He went away and wrote an article price of fishing licenses to help a S, light and medium trucks and issue 1 :
back of her home on
Just foolish and bored. At home a distant gun going off at describing Starke as "smug spoiled, somewhat arrogant and raise funds for the State's revenue Water St.Baptist. certificates of transfer with '

: was almost enough, to send me crawling under the bed. strangely Inhospitable". But a survey of the background and na- therefore annual licenses for out forwarding requests to Washington ,i

Drink water so middy you can't see the bottom of a can- tive habitat of the people Interviewed by Mr. Morehouse during his fresh water fishing cost more. ChurchThe for approval, as is now I

"i cup and that tastes at least fifty percent chlorine. memorable overnight stay In Starke might have proved very, VERY Licenses permitting residents to being done.

look forward each day to a letter like I looked forward to Interesting. Certainly not ALL of them were natives. fish In the State at large go from last In the series of July Mr. Cochrane said that "while

own and< payday la my happier civilian times. Yes Mr. Morehouse found Starke "a teeming, bulging false- $125 to $2 and nonresidents licenses Jaunts to Jericho will be brought the new procedure will simplify i

RE,MAY It stands for, and don't dollar-grabbing I- morning at' b e First and speed up the processing ofapplications r, ;
appreciate HOME and aU fronted frenzied, over-neoned, fluorescent-tubed, raised from $5.60 to $7,50. Sunday for light and medium
n maybe. for and BaptistChurch, when the pastor
and that Is the thing was
don't-know-what" The 10-day fishing fee for nonresidents trucks It will be many months
his "Waitingat
here witha will use as '
hoped to find. He typifies the type of person who comes remained at $2.25.: Whiskers before truck replacements will be
for to
These ; Jericho
things aren't happening Just to me: they happen to most chip on his or her shoulder and who !Is terribly disappointed !if to fish I adequate to meet, the demand.
No license Ls necessary Grow.
ua over here all the time. doesn't come along and knock It off. Not a word did he Every application will be processed
someone line In the
with pole and countyof The Happy hour is at 8 p. m.
done the churches, by the as rapidly aa possible and the i
the gallant work being by not
write about residence. However, more with ringing! of favorite old songs
M I Phelps Leave. 'Infant Holloway USOs by the Red Cross and by the (believe it or not) wholesome than three poles may be used. and gospel choruses by all. The applicant will, be notified of the I t
la his action taken at the earliest possible -
Mr. Morehouse,
whom will
the community The licenses expire
S. Individuals of new pastor will bring an evangelistic 1 1I
A. moment. For
Officer Eugene Reed Holloway. 2- haste to paint a lurid picture did not choose to meet. June 3O, 1949, regardless of purchase I message. I heavy trucks, applications

[ Baptist Work month-old! on of the Union On the other hand we have seen people come to Starkeevensome date.Director. Sunday School at 9.45: studies. must still to Washington Allocation -
and Mrs. John T. of population-In the right sort of I. N. Kennedy of the : '
County Agent from the larger centers Coda Covenant with His People. Section for approval."
'Grace Phelps, who for the Holloway of Lake Butler died In and with a mind determined to make the beat of a situation Fresh Water Fish and Game There are departments and classes

two' years has been associ- the State Farm Hospital Friday. spirit agrees !is far from ideal and actually they seemedto commission said the Increase In for all ages. Training Union 1
Fann Security that everyone the communityas revenue will be used for enforce. 6.45 to discuss the Mail Messenger )
Administration evening. here. They gave as much to meet at : p. m.
rvlaor for the Bradford Services were held Saturday! enjoy their stay from It and everyone concerned benefitted from ment of conservation regulation, topic Honoring a Friend of the Contract At P. O. ;
> demanded
ty Unit ta direction of DeWitt C. they upkeep of fish hatcheries salary
!hi., securing a leave under the others come, Just as determined NOTto Churches.
We have seen
additions. To BiddersS.
jence Dekle association. Increases and personnel Open
to In the
with interment all
accept the Jones 8
andevel'"one are
r position or Its people and they have made themselves Wednesday at p. m.
? Economics! Teacher and Cemetery, Lake Butler. Besidehis like the town the of Outlinesof J '
to of one whom they came In contact utterly miserable. Fortunately invited to study M. Mott, mall messenger, ,
survived by with
Baptist Is
land activities in parents these are distinctly In PresbyterianChurch Bible History.The has resigned effective August 15: ,
sister beginning
said In the
Junior very
and one
T. Jr. we
College. at Sal mi. brother, John as the
: C. announcements for the stranger, as well as and Postmaster F. F. Stump announces
Joyce Gwen.Christian the minority. article member will find a warm welcome that bids will be received j
$5 have been unintentionally! hurt by our Church as
Phelps J Is a graduate of If any feelings have First Presbyterian at all services. until 5 p. m., August :5, to fill
rand' With an A. B. degree ChurchThe "Unwelcome Guests", we are sincerely aorry. Nothing made by, the pastor, Rev. John this vacancy.

rel'ldlth College, Raleigh further from our purpose. We simply saw what we thoughtwas West are Sunday Schoolat I
been Lewis Missing In ActionMr. The duty of the mall messenger
gap he u a graduate, also, First Christian Church will an interesting bit of Americana and we reported It, never 10 a. m. Sunday morning with U to carry mall between the

>I. W.M.U.: Training conduct the regular morning immediately services dreaming that the incident would grow into a "causa celebre". If the worship service at 11 a. m. and Mrs Henry J. Gott- Starke postofflce and the S. A. L.

LoUISVIlle, Ky. and did at 11 a. m. and person, other than the few to whom we were actually alluding Youth Services berg received a telegram from depot. It Is necessary for bidder '
bolus any In the evening
get to work at Peabody following will go to Sampson Speaking misinterpreted the article to mean that all visitors in our midst will be held at 8 p. m. The subject the war department this week to have a small truck for trans
--aahV1l1e. Tenn. for a basket dinner. truly regretful.We their son Aviation Ord- portation.
non grata", we are worship will saying
in Rev. for the morning
and "persona
ite, Starke Miss Phelps will[ begin at 2 p. m. the are can only hope that by airing the grievances on both sides be "Nearing the End of The runceman 3-c, Lester Leroy Gott. Interested persons may obtain

I church actively' engaged in civic W. G. Smedley will address usual even moot question, a deeper understanding and consideration Trail" from Rev 22-3 and Matt. berg was missing In action. No complete Information from Post- ,
work The of this
b and has made group at 2:30. It could be used. other detail were given. master Stump.
erfrleode who regret to learn ing services will be held at the of the feelings of others might develop. 2639. i

departure. Starke Church. r


","" ,..!l<, .

.,%GK! TWO !
. . . . t . . in Lake City Saturday. Relnau. The 86th Div\'
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Stringfel- which Sgt. ,
,t THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH State Farm low spent the past week-end with bel', assembled was a m'r
w gO@ Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Allen In St. ding to at Camp *
Established 1811 ffll {JQ lIy Mn Bryan WhUfleld Augustine.! They were accom- Oklahoma to Camp Crubo
. . so St t>-
. . . .
E. L Matthews ________ Editor and Owner $;) panied by Mrs. Strlngfellow's sister fly accompanied':
c110 @ ,:: :Mrs. K. W. Parks of Lake parents and him thenfi
': ,, BIRTHDAY PARTV sister P1
Worth, who Is visiting their par- their returned
....bll bed Weekly on Friday and Entered .... Second ClaM Matter ''I
at the Post Office at Starke, Florida. D [. ( : of her son, Lynn, Mrs. J. E. Or- Mrs. I. 1* Crews and daugh- home In Winnfieid wen' uB to t'k
r ,. "" 01bXj I ters Misses Lucille and Irene, ,,
". : mond gave a party at her home SP 1-c
by L.HARRElL : Saturday afternoon, July 21. I I I and sons, Edward and Johnny, of and Mrs John ?

TOWN and FARM The beautiful cake was white and I Glen St, Mary were guests of Hams visited Mr and Mr.
I \\ AND TilE LAWTEY the candles topping it were pnk! Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis Satur- Williams from Friday ;:

WARTIME {it\\ Philadelphia was once knownas each other, thereby promoting In the living room and dining I' day evtuing.: Misses Lucille and day as they were m unUI' *
; : their
learned Irene- Crews remained with Mr. *\ ,
tfie< City of Brotherly Love brotherly love. We room where the young guests from West Florida(
>?r.por.d by OFFICE OF WAR INFORMATION I and 'Lawtey is still known as the from experience a shortcut to accomplish were entertained there were love- and Mrs. Davis for a week's stay. had spent their where thl'
r Village of FriEndship. Love and all this with the mini- ly bowls of gay colored summer Miss Mary Ellen Wasdln of Gra- leave to the
Truth. In addition to this, we mum amount of work. For instance flowers. Assisted by her mother ham was also the week-end guestof home In Miami.
CIVILIANS AT WARt are situated in dry t e r rltory, should we learn that two Mrs. Laura Mosely of Starke and Mica Luella Davis. With their Guests of Mr. and \rr,. i I I
t The Government needs and asks its citizens In this 190th week which causes the citizens to be brothers-in-law (who I will call by Mrs. I. J. Williams Mrs. Or- guests Mr. and Mrs. Davis and Whitfield during the BI'1'I. J
past .t
1 of the war to: prohibition minded. Being prohibition John and George, for no good mond served sandwiches and family attended an all day ser- were Misses Elln Chisholm. H
I Do your part in the vast Job of transporting men and materials minded, we use wet expres- reason) aren't on speaking terms!! slices of the birthday cake to the vice at Rock Church between Roberta WhitfIeld of F.Se.'
$ l for the big push against Japan by: sions to promote prohibition as and don't love each other as they following boys and girls: Joe Graham and Brooker Sunday. Tallahassee Mr and Mre.I
y '' 1. Taking a top-priority railroad Job if you are a railroad worker well aa friendship and love. We should, some one of us will catchGeorge's Joyce and Wayne Williams, Dinner was served at the church.I Townsend of Raiford "* "Ir.Em""?
A hundred thousand experienced workers are needed to also tell thE! truth for the same pig and place it in Jackie, Bobble Jean and Robert H. M. Rlcharde returned Sun Mrs. J. G Putman. j'.. and 11 a,
haul three million purpose. For instance, our wives John's pen. Then, when George Earl Chambers 0 f Monticello, day from Jacksonville Beach I. Margaret Putman of :
returning veterans,, a hundred million tons Blrl11ng1a!
k"k'" will learn the truth before loon: misses his pig. another brotherlylove Johnnie Ralph Ursery, Dianne where Mrs. RIcharde and Jane Ala
of war material plus essential crop shipments. Apply to the next day as to where we were promoter will tell him whereIt and Randy Hardee, Dewey Thorn- and Henry are spending their
your local IT S. Employment Service Office. the night before, thus promoting can be found. We have found ton, Delores Ann Wainwright, vacation.Mr. Receives
2. Waiting at home for your returning soldier. By meeting his prohibition and the principle of that this is one of the quickest Kenneth, Bobby and Howard and Mrs. J. O. Randall, Jr. Degree
,' boat, you add to already serious!! problems of transportation brotherly love.A and surest ways to put brothers- Stafford and Patricia Ann Johnson and children of Jacksonville were Among the candidates

if"v. : ,>, 1 inuUng seaports. stronger punning" through in-law back on speaking terms' of Mobile, Ala. After refreshments with Mr. and.Mra. J. O. Randall, degrees at the receir
3. Putting your sea experience to work with the Merchant the village might not understand with one another. I've seen It were enjoyed the little Sr., last week-end. Ida mld-su m mer University Of p 1:

Marine. Delayed callings because of Incomplete crews may the endearing term by tried and never yet has it failedto honor guest opened his gifts and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Griner exercises Friday, July commence 20
J which we Laftteytten address make the parties In question then the children played Indoor had as their guests last weekendMr. are u
::e upset: carefully planned military\ schedules Wire collect, Grace W. Osborne, BAE
(f,: el' each other to promote friendship speak to each other the very games for several hours. and Mrs. W. M. Relnau of Epperson Lake Katlir:.
Merchant Marine
i Washington 25, D. C. Butler BAE .
'' love and truth, and may first time they meet after findingGeorge's Apopka, Miss Faye Reinau of Or- Sara Overstreet ,
4. Joining the WACS If are between 20 andS: and have COMMUNITY: GET-TOGETHER Armstrong, (L
get the wrong Impressions a- pig in John's pen. A number of Farm residents lando and Sgt, and Mrs. Martin tey, BAE.
had two years of high school. Ten thousand WACS are bout prohibition In a dry terri I've lived In various iommunilloi. : Build-
gathered the Community ----
'. 41 needed in the next 6 months to handle administrative detail tory. For instance., It's more cities towns and hamlet ing Wednesday at night and played
'y C' ,4. in the Army's enormous job of maintaining the big offensive than likely that they would In South Carolina Georgia. Bingo. Simple refreshments were
In the Pacific. hear one citizen address another Alabama and Florida but I like the Can Use More
4 ? enjoyed at the end of games. >> PulpwoodWRITE
all Tanglefoot Bill, Low- Lavty the bent of all on account -
REMINDERSMEATS : bush John, Moon h I n e> Jark of Its being the village Mr and Mrs. P. A. Wicker of
''i tIP ar 'd Last Date for Use W o b bly k nee Joe, BluegrltM of Friendship, Love, and<< Truth Atlanta and Miss Peggy Williamsof TIMBER DEPT

'::4M' FATS George, Moil n t a In d e w Paul, and<< Its citizen so prohibition Ringgold, Ga., returned to their Container Corpn. of America, Fernandina, Fla.
Red Stamps K2 through P2 _-----------------,.--.July 31 Plnetop George and many other mlndeil. ., homes Friday. Mr. and :Mrs. S

Red Stamps Q2 through U2 __.-......______:;. August 31 variations." However bring an If you are 'a liquor-head and Wicker visited Mr. and Mrs. L.
f Red Stamps V2 through Z2 ______________- September 31 prohibition-minded a* we are stay out late at night and want A. Shepherd both at the beginning -

1 I Red Stamps Al through El ___.____________ October 31 we use them endearing terns to -mend your ways just move to and end of their stay of NEWLY
l.i, FOOD f simply to promote friendshipon Lawtey and I'll guarantee that several weeks at various Florida REDECORATED
the streets and love in the Miss here
Blue Stamps T2 through X2 ____._________ September 31 you'll not keep any secrets.from points. Williams was
a1 ' wt/ Blue Y2 Z2 Al Bl ________ home your wife; thereby promoting during those weeks. She and Mrs.
Stamp Cl ___ August 31 We non-in-law klnfolk always MULLIGAN'S,.. .
are Wicker are sisters of Mrs. Shep- GRILL
Blue Stamps DI thrugh HI ________________ September 31 on speaking terms with prohibition, peace in the family, herd. ,

I t44v-! Blue Stamps Jl through Nl ________..._._____ October 31 each other and should we learn and brotherly love on the streets.
Officer 2-c and
Petty Mrs.
' Yes air, and mam. I
that In-laws are not on speaking Slice Bradshaw and children of ENJOY YOUR
i" 38 ..______________________________________ August 31 terms, we will go to a lot of know from experience what Atlantic Beach were with Mr. and Hli /!&Oll1LIVID
FUEL OIL. Period 1, 2, 3, 4, and( 5 coupons, good for ten gal- trouble to make them speak toe I'm talking about. I Mrs. R. H. Cox Saturday night AND

? 10n.. per unit, continue valid inrougnout the country for the and Sunday. At that time an
rest of the heating year. New Period 1 coupon In the 1945- . . . . . weeks.- exchange of visitors" was' ef- : /
1 .; 1 46 ration) may be used anytime after, June 1. Mr. and Mrs J, A. Cason and fected. Geraldine and Patsy Cox .

d t t SHOES Airplane Stumps Nos. 1, 2, 3, In Book Three continue BrookerBy children were visiting :Mr. and came back to the Farm and Mary ff1S'c

+ valid indefinitely. New oboe stap (airplane stamp No. 4 !in Mrs. L. W. Barry Sunday.Mrs. Bee Cox and Carolyn Bradley returned :
Book Three) will become valid 1. Joyce Atkinson Oscar : to the Beach for a visit r / In The Cleanest
a 4 August .. . . . Waters and son
Herbert are visiting Mr. and Mrs. with the Bradshaws.Mr. C.,_''' Spot in Town
NO LUMBER 1'I.:It\IIT: NREIKD: FOR REPAIRSHome and Mrs. Luther Richardsof
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nichols an- Wilson Russ this week.
1 ,+lw l ? i owners' need, no longer apply to the Federal Housing nounce the birth of a son on Saturday Cpl. and Mrs. T C. Kelly of Lake City were guests of Mr.
t I' fmlnlstratlon of the National Houalug/ Agency for authorization July 21. South/ Dakota are spending a and Mrs. I. J. Williams Tuesday CALL STREET AT THE RAILROAD

#+ 1 1 ) purchase lumber needed fop emergency repair WPB and NHA Miss Bobby Mintz of Jackson- leave with Mrs. Alice Thomas. night and Wednesday.E. .

44: liounced. The home owner may now certify his own purchaseder ville is spending: a few days with Mrs. J, C. Hardy and Miss G. Land was' in Ocala last
and buy the lumber directly from a distributor Miss Eloise Gainey Bonnie Mott entertained the week-end because of the hospitalization .

Sgt. Albert Lee Crosby from young people of the B.T.U. with of his son, Roscoe Land ICE COLD
c HOUSEHOLDERS URGED. TO FILL FUEL-OIL TANKS overseas 1 s spending a 30-day an Ice cream party at the Com- of Belleview, following an auto- WATERMELONSCantaloupes
_ 4 Announcing! that powering the -Paclflq; war will take 8.400,000 leave with hilt parents, Mr. and munity Hall Friday night. mobile accident. F r 1 ends are
-; wP W } / more gallons of petroleum products dally] at its peak than is being Mrs. Lee Crosby. Mrs. EthejRuss and Miss glad to know that Roscoe Land's -
, used today, Chester Bowles, Administrator of OPAl and Ralph K. of' Alachua Louise Russ. condition had Improved to such '.
Fr- MIss Betty Sue recently ,were shopping in
(4i I'' ; ;h i Davies, Deputy Petroleum Administrator, cautioned fuel-oil consumers spent several days with Gainesville Tuesday an extent that he was removedto
that home-heating oil supplies will be ; his home Sunday
J R, tight next winter and Miss Frances Barry.Mater Mrs. Erma Russ and son Vernon -
, joined V: an appeal tl.)*'householders to fill their fuel-oil storage tanks Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradleyand _'_
Bernard MItchinson of : were shopping in Starke Sat- i.ftt: "__ yof
," o their J
Immediately, daughter Carolyn spent
q t Palmetto returned home Friday urday. Y'
+ ', f 'al'::1 "Military needs for fuel oil are continuing to Increase and will after- a few days with Mr. and Mis. H. E. Atkinson of Be reach a peak this winter at t the time when civilian fuel oil needs Mrs. aV.. Hamilton and family fort, S. C., is visiting friends and tives.
v ip( too are heaviest," Mr. Davies said. "Obviously, demands on the Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen of relatives for a few davs. Mr. and Mrs. I. J, Williams and
'- nation's heavily burdened transportation system will follow a simi- Starke were visiting here Sun- - children, Joyce and Wayne were

i"P 'x 'i'' lar pattern, making it imperative for householders to stock up early day.Miss Complete Line of Fresh u

%7 ,+ this summer so that dealers. can refill their own storage tanks while Agnes Crosby was! an over- MALARIACh'Cked Fruits & VegetablesDICANDIO'S
+ "r transportation still Is available." night guest of Mr. and Mrs. V.

_ A. Carver of Gainesville Tuesday In 7 Days With
y pNY F1, MAXIMUM SUGAR FOR CANNING IS 15 I'OUNDS nlg! t.Little. for
+ r' Fifteen pounds of sugar is the maximum to be allowed to any Beadle Carlton, daughter 6 666 6 6 lIALARIALSYIIPTOl1S

one person for home canning: OPA emphasized correcting a misunderstanding of Mr. and Mrs. Resale Carlton at Cherry Street
r 4F } tit by housewives concerning home canning sugar allot Is seriously ill in the Alachua Take only. direct .
ment. Only housewives planning: to can enough foods to require County Hospital, Gainesville.:: - - - -

, ,y; this amount of sugar are eligible to receive this much, and they Mrs. Wilson RUBS and daughter
9 fr< tr "u hb .-.,111..- ..wwuv.....Iv. .I.. V"I n1.;. ..........-._._. ,'"" .ft'.. D"'a_.._'_"I'_ _.UUL"iS._,__ permit____,. lIucn_u_.. 'auocauon_,,___u__, Edna Mae.- were shopping- - in
: Gainesville Monday.

e, Mrs. Nathan Crawford and "Sorry but we're short Coke
a''s G tually Is going to do this much canning. daughter Jennie Mae, are visitIng on today"You
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Russ this
Li other words, local ration boards are empowered to allot only
+ r'j week.
e "'t t the amount of sugar to each Individual (up to 15 pounds) required
w Mrs Mary Ann Atkinson and
for her actual and
canning/ needs. your own neighborhood store
Miss Joyce'Atkinson were in .. '

u k NEW SHOE 'STAMP VALID IN AUGUST Starko Tuesday on business. aren't the only ones hit by the Coca-Cola "
i The new shoe ration stamp that OPA announced would become Mrs. Lee Green and children,
Betty Hazel, Marie and Tommy shortage. From coast to coast it's the same
valid August I, 1943: will be Airplane Stamp No. 4 In War Rations

+ r Book. No. 3, the agency said. Airplane Stamps Nos. 1,. 2 and 3 are Tuesday.were shopping in Gainesville story.

J ?od Indefinitely, OPA added The last stamp was/ validated No-
Mtsa Martha
Evelyn Markey of
w4 inber 1, 1944. OPA pointed out that the intervals between validafn Jacksonville is visiting Mr. and The world-wide disorder and conusioQcaued .
of stamps depend on the available of shoes.
supply Mrs. T. W. Markey for a few
by war have made the sugar short .y

e age. Coke is short because sugar is short.

m ..r BRADFORD YOUNG WOMENAges But there's one thing you can always be sure I I III

of-the Coke you get is the real thing. The i

same quality you have always known.
16 to 25
t ; So the next time you find yourself missingyour '
To be Trained as Telephone 1-

J. MAURICE EDWARDS, Mgr. OperatorsA Coca-Cola don't blame your dealer. _ /(

He is doing, his best in a mighty.toughsituation.
1 i; r '
_ I PHONE 94 Career With A If he can't let you have Coke 7b

today will you remember to 1
try again
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learning. In-
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Sand teresting. Essential work. 5/

Mortar Mix and Cement Vacations with pay. No 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ ; I .

'm ALSO experience nece a s a r y. d
J Applications taken Monday t..v _
I READY MIXED CONCRETE thru Friday 9-12 .- _

? DELIVERED TO YOUR JOB. and 25. 110 MadisonSt. ii'' ,

., Starke, Florida. Mrs.E. u

Cameron, Chief Op- _

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_ An Estimate I You
ar BELLTELEPHONE naturally heir Coca Cols
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. . . . . Gertrude Slade spent Monday at church and Is being assisted for

I. the State Farm. the conference by Rev. L. Bert'f ONE I

Hampton Mrs. Claude May, Sylvia May Atchlnson of Orlando, Rev. J. M 1 WOA4ANS CIPINBONBy Prompt Service Careful Drivers
and Florrie Gnann left Tuesday Parrish of Lakeland, Rev Reg.

BY Mr. M. C. Sweeney for Philadelphia, Pa, where they Woodsworth of Ft. Worth Rev. Blller KOM ly all of them, and after they !

. . . . . will be the guests of Mrs. May's R. C. Davidson of Bartow. Rev. were on the tralu they wavedto STARKE TAXI SERVICEand I
Every Starkeite
uncle and aunt, Mr. Jack who read lastweek's
and Mrs. Johnson
of Columbus, Ga., us. After we had gone home
it edition of '
W. this
, : C. Kammerer. and Rev. Entzminger.Ve paper could 'I told my sister that knowing
FarentTeachers'tlon 1
Revival hardly overlook t the Important
e Hampton services are progres- are (clad to report that :Mrs. them as wr did, we could have<<"
held a special meet- sing nicely at the Hampton Bap- W. E. Hall is Improving and will message carried in the headlines walked up and down and shook
!> of the front
y h,, school Monday after- tist Church with the Rev. 1.. D. probably be moved from Glendale I pnpc. hands with everyone of them and MACK'S TAXI SERVICEPhone I
al personally think
Haines of it is a shame
were outlined for Starku in charge of Hospital In Palatka to her home and at the very least wished them
plans disgrace thai
n and services. Musical talent lends an here tomorrow.Mr. the people of luck. It may have made them
om."g ?.'hool term com- added attraction. W. A. Scottof and( MA's. II. H. Lewis, Mr. our state have to be reminded bya feel that they were appreciated.But 150

icing! Aumi-t 6. On opening: Starke is pastor of the church. and Mrs. W. C. Connor and Mr. G. I. that we are falling! in I I we can't recall time still 1 C Day o Night j i
B building the
morale of
up ' session will beth I II Pfc and Mrs. Hayden Patett and Mrs. Robert Lewis were boys returning home. our do wish those boys knew that __ __ ..
Ir -t
: and little daughters, Pammy and guests of we did think of them
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. i)
11.,I \\- under supervision I Conny left Monday for Salisbury, N. C. Mott In Brooker. Last week I happened lo be I don't know the ways In which I .. 6. .. i
orlonairs Thomas Pupils N. C., where they will visit for down at the station when the the ;
, Hazel Mrs. Owen McRae of Lake But Red Cross works 11ol'lier to Steaks
.. '
pencils. Mrs. K. B. Watterscn) left and Mrs. H. M. McRae. were about thirty men on the that with all the 0. I. wives an.11 Shrimp
5 % full Information Tuesday for a first section, members of the other families , foods
uJd vacation trip toSouth Ardelia. and Ralph Hall of Fourth Division. in Starke, we sure e :
beginners. Hall, Va. Jacksonville it was very ly can get enough willing to Ito I
cernlng f
will be the Fred Eiland spending a few evident that they had Just retutned their part. at reasonable SEA FOOD
faculty of
" school Merchant days with their uncle and aunt, from because I
I' overseas
"K term with Mrs. May Marines arrived from Mr. and There are lot of those who
as !ast Saturday Mrs. B. M. McRae. they still carried souvenirs from a !
r )
,cbton as competent principalher New Orleans, La., to spend abrief Visiting Mrs. W E. Hall In those foreign places, such as think only of themselves and P. :ltl'1: EA T
Miss Edna PLATE
assistants leave with his family. Palatka Saturday were Mrs. H. walking canes, suitcases with a their Immediate pleasures. There
|, Newberry. Mrs. Floy Mrs. M. McRae and un II pr U LUNCH I
,!, t Jean Warren and daugh- Misses Irene Lewis German
big name scrawled
across are number of wives -
Miss who will
and Court & Cull St.
1 Inn,! ""t Theressa of Jasper. The ter, Calvlnette, of Alachua were and Haven and Lucile Crosby. them and numerous other things. wonder ""'hy should I down h .. ." "'. _ .. With Two.jt4'tlthh'
lia Bryan Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pvt. and Mrs. go
of Rudolph Prime of They seemed a little lost They ,-..
U isks the co-operation and friends M. L. Watterson. Valdosta, Ga.. and W, M. Light- were tired and sleepy and seemedto there. Well for those who think Georjre Kopelousos "

ntewsted parents children and trust Miss Wilma Alexander of sey and daughter. Mrs. Harrellof be seeking a friendly voice to that, I cnn give them only one OwnerUIDON 43cit

I our school successful Is In Starke spent Monday with Mrs. Lake Park, Ga., attended welcome them, but there was reason. The day will probably
[ year
t anoiUcr M. C. Sweeney. church here Sunday and were none. It was bleak and dismal come when they would find com ...

makIng The Young People's Training dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. down there and a hurrying to fort in the thought that their URILL

,[frS, Freeman Hall and Mrs. Union 'enjoyed a picnic at Hamp- H. H. Lewis. get the baggage straightened up husbands will be served coffee
leI Dyal were Joint hostesses ton Lake Wednesday, July 18. Mir. and Mrs. Reid McRae of : and distributed to the rightful
the Ladles Council of the The party was sponsored by the Tampa :and Mr. and Mrs. Paul owners. and doughnuts alter they'vefought

!!istian Church at the home of Teachers and Rev and Mrs. 'V. Bridges of Starke were visiting I watched them when they long and hard. "Eat At The lest And Forget The Rest"

former on Wednesday JulyA A. Scott I Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McRae Sunday crossed the tracks to sit down on If we all gave everything we ... .. 6" p, .,." ... ,...
very interesting programs . . . . . . : afternoon. their barracks bags and wait for had just think of the pleasureand
rendered and during the soc- Mr. and Mrs. B. :M. McRae and the bus to carry them (to Camp warm friendliness we would

hour, Ice cream and cake were Pine LevelBy children were visiting Mr. and Blanding. Finally It came and feel !inwardly.It .

'ed to the guests. Mrs. T. N, Norman in Gum they loaded on, tired and wearyof Is a pity we must be urgedon

rriends of Miss Juanita Kalch, Mrn.' II. M. McRae Branch section Sunday afternoon. travel and probably lonely, and on to try to make us un-
erly of Hampton, will be In- . . . . . . Cpl. and Mrs. Ronald Wilson blue, hungry and sleepy. Some- derstand what they deserve that WITH

sled to learn of her marriage and niece, Miss Eleanor Jones one, perhaps the Army, has been only we can give them, but
\tMiaol Hankins U.S.N. one We were very glad to have left Friday morning for Chicago( kind enough to post signs tellingthe then we still don't have the

15th 1 in :Miami. Mrs. Halnk- associated with ur- pastor Rev. 111. The Wilsons made many men where to wait for what. rumble of artillery or the ack-ack

has returned to her home In W. E. Hall Sunday morning and friends here and will be greatly You can't read everyone's face guns\ nor the ping of a rifle THY

ksonville while her husband Is evening. Dr. Louis Entzminger missed !in our community.Theressa. when you see it, you can't tell bullet close in our ears. ?4

tloned in San Diego, Calif. of Ft. Worth, Texas, who preached what thought might be runningth'ollO'h I I will add this. They can have
Watterson Is for both morning services. Dr. . . _- _- -_ _- - his mind nor know the
Miss Harvene 9 " any of my time, gladly and wil-
nding! several days in Winter Entzminger left Monday morn- thig'hfelhi Butif lingly, and I'm positive that unless -
'ti- as the guest of Mrs. J. E. ing accompanied by Rev. Hall, to you could see the men load all of the reknown "southern
attend the Bible off and .stand bewildered, if
f,man.Mrs. Baptist ConfE'rence hospitality":' has vanished there I
Marion Gnann and chll-! and Fellowship that is being Ity Miss Ida Hagan you've got an ounce of patriotism are many others who feel the
. . .
. . somehow It
In body Just
i of Jacksonville were recent- held with the Beaver Street Bap- your same as I and that the Red Cross
visiting relatives here. tist Church In Jacksonville. Rev. Mr. I makes you want to walk up Jo will have all the volunteers it Faith gives healing a great impetus. The
and Mrs. J.
kin. Sally Will Hall and Mrs. George Hodges is pastor of that C. Sharpe and I them and shake hands and say, needs.
daughters. Dola Mae and- 1\Iurlell- "Well done my boy, we're proud. will!to live has carried many past the valley 1
Janette, of Mlddleburg spent the There may not be bands play-
II week-end with the Thomas famIly of you. ing, but we could have a flag, a of the shadow. The writer of Ecclesiastessays
As I stood there and looked

Homemade Chili Hot Dogs SandwichesOur .Mrs. Leon Tomlinson and around me, I was wondering why come warm for smile those and boys.a friendly We can wel-do "Whatever thy hand findeth to do, do

daughter of Jacksonville visited there was no welcome providedfor our best and hope and pray for it with thy might: i
Specialty. . them, It would be so easy and
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. 11. the day when they are all com-
so little effort. I knew what The who his heart into both '
Hersey last week. ing home and none of them hav- man puts
should be done but with only
THE HOME Mr. Shepherd and Jessie Adkins mother and I there, they might ing to leave again. work and play gives his life purpose and direction.
OF HOME COOKINGe"rry's of Jacksonville visited relativesand have'thought we were a bit out To add a touch of irony to my
friends here Saturday. of place. article last week the boy my When illness comes, he is ready to fight it with a disciplined
Mrs. Arthur Mlllikea and children sister had asked one veteran a-
of Ocala spent the week-end There's a lot of room in the bout only to have him quickly will. Add to this the skill of a competent physician ,
station or even on the platformfor
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. change the subject, had been reported '
something. It it's only good and the combination is hard to beat. We are :
L. Sullivan. !
killed in action. Last Sun-
hot coffee, they'd appreciate It,
1>. J. Phillips, Jr., spent the day she received a note from him prescription specialists. i
There are gobs of us who could ,
w '!k-ehd In Ocala with his sayng: he was at Blandlng. She ,j iI.
devote a little'time, if only a
CALL STREET brother, Arthur Mllllken.! went to see him. I can't say he I. .
few hours, to doing this small
NEXT DOOR TO WESTERN UNION A.R.M. 3-c Leonard Van Epps task that would mean so much. came back unscarred or unscathed -
of Cecil! Field spent Sunday with but I can say he Is well,
all have to do would be
If we
his wife at the home of her parents t wears the purple heart with two CARPENTER'S? I j
to stand and hand these things '
<<" Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pack- oak leaf clusters along with other
out, then it does seem we could I
and has 115 points.
ham.Mr3.. Alice Jcries left Thursday give\ what little energy It would TilE ftwttt DRUG '
Its just one way to show that
: +AG for Miami to visit relatives. take. I we should never give up hope.
and home to
I have children a
/rT J J. Zeigler is visiting his son p- "On The Minit Service"
In Miami for several days. keep but I could go to the station

Mrs. Sidney Griffis and son of when any one of the night trains PHONE 61 STARKE, FLA."

tbitg Lake Geneva are visiting Mr. and came In and stay long enough to III

Mrs. J. D. Griffis for a few days. serve the boys when they arrived..
Mrs. John Jordan and daugh- I could do it and feel it an honor i

ters, Norma Lee and Willa Mae, and just hope 'that some timeI 11y
? of Alachua were visiting their would look up and see maybe

Sg mother and grandmother, :Mrs. S. my husband or my father there. Here it is !

R. Swindell: last week. To me that would be worth all :

Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Kelsey, Mr. the effort and hours I could i iC

and Mrs. D. P. Loper and Mr. and t
Mrs. Ben Loper were business serve.We all have things to happenthat :

visitors to Palatka Monday. later we wished we had / UTILITY i

' CONFIDENCE IN YOUR CLEANERS Mrs. S. R. Swindell was visitingIn made happen just a little dif-
ferent. Last Feb. 28th I stoodon
Starke Monday.
That's What You Must Have In These Days Mrs. Murray Castleberry, Miss that same platform waitingfor EXPERT
I Irene rvw-hrnne and Mrs. James a train. It wasn't bringing/

When The Scarcity of Good New Clothing Swindell and son Larry, were anyone home. No, it was taking WORKMANSHIP

shopping In Starke Tuesday. someone very dear away -- my BAG I
Slakes The Have More
Clothes You Already father. He was the first ser- .

Valuable Than Ever Before. You May En- BONDS geant In charge of sixty men j.
WAR laughing,
gd WITH leaving. They were ALL WORKGUARANTEED

trust Your Best Things To Us With Perfect some of them while others were 18 INCHES LONG If't
not so gay. It was heartbreaking .
Confidence. to see daddy go and we were t<" ',..
absorbed in our own grief. To i

ROBT. 315 my sister, Jimmie, and me it YOU CAN ENTRUST YOUR For bathing v
r I think, because we
Do it roumU al home *, was I I FINEST WATCH TO OUR
GREEN, Temple 4 Ewh lit eontolM JPw COnwmnt already knew the long hours of 1
Solution f
War* J
hmapoo. arlr ftndw waiting, day after !day, looking,
Owner A"e. t"i.t sure.>v<.Kt.OR'Aire.6rrrw Monor-Ka'burn tU l r W>* hoping praying for word. We I, For shopping ::
had already had our husbandsgo. .
Koch Drug Store I did see mine, but she i

didn't, and then too my father TheSTAG ;:''i//1

was the last member of our fame CEILING PRICE 2.30
ily In service; eleven In all, to
leave for foreign soil.
There were a lot of soldiers Carter Bldg., Starke

J. RRoberts Motors there that we knew, In fact near While They Last. .

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Kelly fin and 12 other officers enjoyedat fling away the flies .

Ii 11 SOCIETY and CLUBS Joint Party Given Junior ClubThe .home. of The Its Kelleys owner monk, were remained David out on of resident the home'of. . They a wealthy started Manila off small the climax Individual they gave cake the, T lfltee ca

the to
For Young Honorees regular in e e ting of the town and hours untila with fish' and chicken soup and back to camp with
Junior Woman's Club will beheld the loose for several hard, sweet rolls, fried shrimp them! j j'I

Mrs. I. C. Naftel WMU Met Tuesday and Mr.Mr.arid and Mrs.Mrs. Marcus Arch Ellington Griffin August In the I clubhouse, Hostesses Wednesday will be- the soldier chain finally around managed Its neck to Inside.get. with Then sauce came and mountains NO WATER of chicken. ,. next So long. . .-See you in the.:I

entertained for their daughters, Martha Wood Beverley Black- a door and fastened securely salad f string
Hostess At Tea The regular monthly business, Ann Griffls. 4 and Doro- Priest calmly sat on followed by a 0 I
Shirley Mrs. Clyde
Honoring Visitors and program meeting of the W. thy Ann Ellington, 5, on Sunday, shear and Dot Powell. her pouch and tried to call the beans, shrimp, boiled egg and -farolhCIIIROI'R.ICTIC !
J and still NO
M. U. of the First Baptist Church mustard sauce
outdoor until daughter;
July 15, with a lovely monkey to her
Mrs. I. C. Naftel entertained was held Tuesday July 17 with party celebrating their birthday Recent Births Jeanette managed to get her WATER . Then mangoes,
11 members The meet- sliced with roast pork and (ahhh,
with an informal afternoon tea present. anniversaries.Each Inside the house . Even
at her home on Mad is o n St. ing opened with the urging of of the girls had lovely filII.\nos MANARy.1 i the mom police were called in on the at last) one small glass of water HEALTH SEUnCEnit.
"America." Mrs. Charles Torresled . Followed by bananas with
Thursday of last week honoring birthday cakes outlined with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Manansa Job and while Lrnzl Alvarez and Asa II. T. :
Palmer the devotional and Mrs. H. L. roast turkey and dressing CTHLItiTCIIIR01'R.ICTOIt
"t her house guests, Mrs "Happy Birthday" and with the announce: the birth of a daughteron Ben Holtzendorf were giving
Keith Jr., and Mrs. Moody Child- Hough offered prayer. The topic required number of candles cen- Thursday, July 19, In the chase the monk ran behind the preliminary dessert they had

revs of Birmingham, Ala. for discussion was "ChristianCitizenship" tering them. They received many State Farm Hospital_ The baby house, stuck his head around the pudding and for the piece de

Pink radiance roues and pastel! "America' The and Beautiful"after singing, Mra gifts which they opened on the has been named Sharon. corner and poked his tongue out resistance there was the big loaf 414 West! :Main StreetGainesville Jont

colored zinnias were used in decorating lawn. Following the opening of at them . Seems Mr. Kelly had was FU
that Owen thought
Torres presented a moat interest- cake
the living and dining the the guests en- menagerie, includinga -
gifts young ILUt ,\lt.\ JO JOHNS has quite a of the ornamental center-
rooms. The tea table was cov- Ing piogram. joyed games and were served Ice Mr and Mrs. Pledger A. Johnsof coon, several dogs, three rab- part . Seems that the Filipino IIOl'RS:
ered with Italian cutwork A pewter with a basket and the and Coca-Colas. . piece i 9 tol2
an cake
: cream New River announce the birthof bits acd some pigeons family doesn't eat with the liSO: to 5:30;:
cloth and was centered with a scripture verse "By their fruits to share this with
Invited party
22. Phone
shall know them" was used' to a daughter, Sunday July guests . The hosts stood be- 2461
low arrangement of pink rose- ye the honorees were Arthur Grlf- The baby has been named Barbara Hear Earnest Vliimps has Just hind them, conversing and fan
'" 9 buds. Pink candles In silver display the Christian I fruits. tie, Betty Ixju Crawford, Betty Jo.Friends. been promoted from Pfc to Sgt.
After each dixcusslcn a piece of
Buis, Barbara Jean Crawford,
. He's In Sens, France now
holders balanced the setting .
1 fruit representing the Individual'sresponsibility of Marvin Griffls will
Joyce Ruls, Edward Crawford, 13 Airborne Glider Divi-
G with the
Mrs. Naftel presented the hon- as a Christian citi- Dorothy Grlffis and Mary Ruls. be glad to know that he has returned been told there'sa
orees with gift boxes: of Yard- zen was placed in the basket. Mrs. Griffls and Mrs. Ellingtonwere ( to his home here after sion and they've return to the

t, ley's soap. She was assisted in Mrs. Earl Searing assisted Mrs. assisted In entertaining! the spending seven weeks in St. Vin- States possibility in November they'll . Until ELECTRIC STOVESTwoBurner
>t serving her guests by Mrs. Guy Torres in presenting this pro- young guests by Mrs Melvin Grif- cent's Hospital, Jacksonville, delighted to hear
then he'll
M Sale and Mrs. J. Adams During gram. f is. where he underwent an operation. Street friends . .
from his Call
the afternoon about 20 guests
Mrs II, L. Hough presided over Ernest T
t The address is: Sgt.
called to be with Mrs. Naftel and
the business session and reports Phllllps-34947391 Co. C, 326 Glider -
L the honorees. from the chairmen were given! Inf., APO 333. care PM, New
Mrs. O. W. Alderman, Treasurer &rCfiJLuIfr i York N. Y. . Envy Item: That OPA
Id! Southern Belles reported 1387.50 given throughthe beautiful combination German

Entertain GIs co-operative program for the rifle and shotgun Capt. Richard
denominational work and $214.79 Kldd brought home for Hollis $7.00 '
About SO: Southern Hell! Telephone f to other objects this quarter. One Knight . Kidd's collection is

r Company employees entertained new circle was reported organized Uho says Call Street has lost trip . Wears a field Jacket in magnificent, even if Bunny did
'Ipl at Keystone Heights Mon- with Mrs. Louise Tenley as fear at time they would haveto
; Its enthusiasm for war activities? the morning and sleeps under one ,
1 gip day night for members of Co. C, leader.. . 'Twas truly gratifying this two blankets at night . add an extra room to the I I

t 1 ? '4 1 229 Bn., 69th Regt. The girls left week to see the girls scramble house If he didn't quit sending

tl Starke by bus and at Keystne PatelGallowayVan for places in the Red Cross can- things home . Kidd says he RECEIVED NEW SHIPMENT
an' JUST
Spotted Jotted: Senator -
I swimming and dancing. "liberated" the when his
q enjoyed teen which will soon be opened i trophies
O } Refreshment were served later Patel announces tine engagement to greet returning vets at Blan- Charley Johns rolling \into town outfit happily captured a German

In the evening. and approaching marriage ding . Even the graveyard I Wednesday after sweating thru hunting lodge . .
the longest legislative session on DOLLS & TOYS
the : of his daughter, Margie to -
1s ; l Arrangements were under shift was easily filled, and "Vir record . Ann Ruby busy with
t x direction of Mra Delight Stevens Cpl. Merton B. Galloway, son of ginia Smith, who has diligently Hear Emma Cbalker may leave
for Starke
preparations leaving
1 t E, and Mrs. Jeanette Christian. Girls Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Galloway' of tried for the past several monthsto because the Doll House has been soon for Honolulu where she'll ..
as hostesses were Misses Dewlttvlllc, N. Y. The weddingwill clubsIn
serving resign as Volunteer Services have supervision of service
sold and she can't find another
Marie Lastinger Francine Eth- bf nn event of Siturdoy, August chairman, came out of her Lake the Central Pacific, if present
Elizabeth 4 it'' 8'?O In the First house or apartment Surely
!, ', ridge and Phillips Bap- Santa Fe retirement to klnda hate to see her go . Dot Ritch plans mature . Niece Elise PrescriptionsAre
j '" Among) those attending were tist Church. head things up . "Of course, doing her morning shopping with Jones Is thinking seriously of accompanying pRn- VS'

t t !' Misses Nora Peebles, Betty Pr1 The young Women's: Auxiliary there's always room for one of the aid of her new jalopy, "Lilly her, but hasn't quite OurSpecialty
) j kie, Katte Spartman, Florence of the Church will have charge of two more volunteers so if you'd Mae" . New courthouse pas- made up her mind . Add new
P s ; a McQuaig Ogle, Jenkins, Jones, decorations with Mr. Mae Powell, like to get in on this ImportantJob time: Reading the three-day notifies courthouse faces: Nina Bishop
I" Mrs. Mao Lawson and Mrs. Ada call Bess Burns at 35 in" School Board
Woods, Strickland, Ramsey, Ray, Just. that must be posted on the "fill.i-'g; in the
wM ,tl ,r Rowell), S. Crews, E. Crews, Lila Lawson In charge .-:: ;- ..-n _... bulletin board. now by couples intending office until August 15 . Add Three 'RegisteredAnd

g' Ray Caldwell, L. Thomas, Selma Following the wedding a'recep- to wed . Margaret war-time quirks: A certain Call- Graduated
# l Flerstone, Bobble Beckham, MarIon tion will be held in the church Notes from a slightly frayed Naftel and attractive guests streeter called Western Union Pharmacists

( Johns, Cozette Sapp, J. Dykes, Annex with Mrs. L. H. Jennings cuff: Joe Andrews due home soon keeping on the.go In spite of the tother day and hopefully asked on, Duty
i G E Nettles, E. Tanner, C. Tanner as hostess. Friends of the couple on a furlough from Yale . dally showers Myrwin Long for the correct time . The
ui r and B, Richardson are Invited Earl Johnson finally !In the air planning soon 'to occupy aisterMyrtlce'a ; pleasant voice at the other end
i 1 after 17 months of waiting house on Washington I of the line said, "I'm sorry, but

[WCTU To Meet Methodist ChurchThe Just transferred to Montgomery, Ave. . :Martha Smith and dot- I we're not allowed to give the
4 Ala., where he'll bone, up to be- their time." . After a little persua-
ter Diaaa readying for sum- PHONE 53
11 I M The Laura H. Scott WCTU will come a flight engineer on a B- sion the voice replied, "Well I
Rev Shuler Peele, superintendent mer visit to Shubuta, Miss . .
C +w;. , meet Friday (today) at the Gospel of the Gainesville District 29 . Marian (Dowling) Long can't tell you what time Is is now,
4 Tabernacla at 3:00: o'clock instead will preach Sunday morn- soon to replace Nurse Vogle In but I can tell you what time it
the Herlong-Adamsi office . Seems that residents( of N. will be five minutes from now." KOCH DRUG STORE
I' of with Mrs. W, N. Johnson Ing at the Starke M t hod I Is t
St. thrown In . did . .
were She
; r as previously announced All Church, making his first official Stanley Bennett back on home Thompson '
,i y members are urged to attend and visit and holding the first quar- territory after Miami reassignment quite a dither Wednesday afternoon 'I.
M visitors will be welcome. terly conference of the 1949-46 to Blandlng ,'. Glen an' when a mischievous monkey Just heard all the details -ft
; t tp Scootle Duke making' the roundsof escaped from a,wire pen at the that 4th of July feast Owen Grlf-
year. ..... relatives' and friends pn Glen'sleave . .- .
The Rev. Mr. Peele Is one of
. Dividing' time with
the district ,
new superintendents
Junlus and Virginia Smith at
having served the Bradenton ,
Santa Fe. Clifton and Piney
Church and to the
was appointed
Brown at Kingsley and Glen'sfolks
Gainesville district at the last In G'vllle Lll Steinberg ;-. '
J' y 4ui conference. He Is one of the out-
and Carolyn Green batching it at When Your Tires
standing preachers of the confer- the Sternberg cottage on Kings- p f x

ence and all members and friendsof ley Leila Mundy will obey q
the church are Invited to hear ( Iit, TIME)
doctor's orders and lake a rest

him.The up starting, Sunday , .
pastor will speak at the -
Look Like This
evening service, 8 o'clock, and Florence (Merceriau) S I 11 1 cox TO 9

there will be congregational sing- just! received an amusing letter

; Slarke'a Ing. Youth fellowship 'meetingat froia In the husband Fhlltpp'nes< Henry's saying hutmates they V

< m The 7 p. ra. Prayer Meeting Wed- were taking good care of him for HEIP J c That "slick, smooth look! means that our expert recapping

finest nesday evening at 8 p. m., with her . Ten of them each added I !! : : !! n need Drlte I In
the Workers Council meeting Immediately a paragraph to the letter and : y
restaurant Band after All Church said that although Henry doesn't t, "s for a tire check-up today-then let us recap 'lx""
School workers are expected to drink, smoke or gamble they like .
.a bar attend this him Just the same! . Hear 1 fore your tires are too worn to be safely recapped.
"T" Weeks Is on his way home
Tonight (Friday) at 8 o'clock after three years of military railroading -

the Rev Mac Gibbs will hold the In ETO . Incidentally,
l! final meeting in a week's aeries the folks here wouldn't be a bit
SIZZLINGSTRAK A that has been held, each eveningIn surprised to greet a new Mrs. LET US RECAP YOUR COMPLETE SET OVERNIGHT STORAGE ROOM

the church devoted largely to Weeks when, he arrives, seeingas
the interests of the young people.Mr. how he'll land In New York
? Gibbs is a forceful speakerand where the light of his life doth

his sermons have been the dwell . Glad to know Mrs.
b bI r LOBSTER source of much Inspiration. Fol- Murla Wall Is back at home aftera Starke Tire ServiceNOW

I lowing each service, a social stay In the hospital at St Au-
I r period has been enjoyed in the gustine . Surprise of the week:
recreation building and refreshments Receiving a note from Dink Hart
+ ,, CHICKEN have been served each datelined Camp Adair Orega,
4&& evening by the ladles of the Says he drove the 3200 miles
church. from Ft. Meade and enjoyed the I .


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LOCAL NEWS Patricia Ann Shepherd of Lake In

IBITs of City is spending this week with Woman's CouncilThe inun(0' "" '\,IT F Lotii,4Lotii,4{"cn'II T.I imDPonn IN. t'IItN- Teleitraph In next four shall w.n publish>kly Issues thin' Order nuance IUS.D..l'lptlo". ('

her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. tiitKathryn" Wltnemi tny hand. and official of PropertyLot : :
Women's 38 Indian I.teach. Sec 31 A
C. A. Council of the Walhach Plaintiff. neat. I at .Stark Florida, thin July .
Knight.Mr. 34. Twp. 8 S. II. 22 K.Nnna (
businessto Miss Marna Smith of First Christian Church held its VM. Joseph H. ....H.II"l'j, r. Defen seta. 145. i
Johns made a Braden- dant. Case Ni,. 31119. (Ofo'lo'll'IAI.1.1"' A J, Thomas In which assessed: O. J. .
-orgl' Wednesday. ton spent the week-end with Miss and Mrs. J. G. I social meeting at the home of ORDER OF FritLICATlONM Aa Clerk of Maid Court Bryant. 'I
.Iack90n'111e Marjorie Davis. Causey and Rev, and Mrs. W. G. Smedley In \;; > NOTli'R TO AI'PKAR' I Robert if. iMinian. 517 Lynch All of said. property<< being In the", ?
children Johnny and nil ldinR, lxcksotvlllr, .. County of Bradford, Stale of Plor- j
Inonv1ltr Betty Ann Keystone: Heights, July STATE OF FLORIDA to: 1o Thursday .
airs T Olson were of Raleigh N. C., are visiting JOMPM II H<>II l'1'. Jr. whose renl- Atty for Flf 7-S7 4t H17OTirM I Ida, j f v
r and business Tuesday. Mrs. Joe Fitzgerald of Tampa Mrs. \ nce and address 01321923. 14th -" I'nli'KH such certificate or certl- ,
; )0, Emma Murrhec. 19.The ('O.. toI. \ OK %IM'I.H" 'IION bi reileemnl ,
T r. A .. h"h"n Mcconllnicli ,
!I' o.
Is guest of HUao t'o tniHKter r
a her devotional . t
daughter, :Mrs. was led by Mrs. Miami. ...101'1<1... Iron 'r 1\ ...:.:I. 'law the", property i1eicrlbiMt
,IIIn' JacksonvillejngT Marcus Brown. Smedley and the meeting was You ....* rtiutre| to appear on lloi..e 11 111o.. IxilJ: 'h'h lerllflcate. or certlflcutex will
t Miss Madge Brownlee has re- well August 271h. 1945 In thn above NOTICE IN! IIKIIKIir GIVEN\ be mild to the highest bidder attlit
aunt Mills eoylls attended. Th next business named ',, Hint lluliy A. HaM>H, the holder '
turned from a two-months ( "1'a'Ht' cituHi* wherein l..lI't hour cliiiir on the flrxtMotid.iv
Mrs. Lola Danahey of Orlandowas visit meeting will be he I d at the plaintiff' xti.k- divorce and rentnratloii Ithe following rrruifl U un'hats tl1 Cal) a guest last week of with her sister, Mrs. M. C. Stith church of maiden name llradfonl. said cortIfIciiteH. r",' a taic deed ItU. which' In the 3rd. day of! Hiptember. I II
Mrs. on Thursday
August 2. County 'r..h'lCrll'h, shall lie iKHiteil thereon The ceitlflcnteluimlper intS.Dalud .
Washington, D. C. pub Ilea
: irvin Knauer reS Wilbur A. Scott. this Order In next four weekly :, ...n.111" lOt IxNiiance, Ih.'J|I thIn 24th, day of July G 1
t and in 1..11., description lOt the innpertv, und 1945.OFFICIAL. t i I
week i
from I11 % rut( i IT coiiir. I iuiRO \\" the names In uhlfh It was axHexxndnre ( !SKJAL) A..1. ThomiClerk
4l' Capt. and Mrs. E. official q
ro Misses Mary Lou and Margaret W. Hayes r'Ut\'rY. FI.OHIIMl IN ('11"\- enl I all Stnrklr. l luridatt thin a" followsCertificate of Circuit Court of Ilradfni, d I
!!n Pa Durshlmer were Jr., left" Jacksonville Saturday for ( IOHT.Anna: 24. I'Iffi.10t'I'I.'II.. July No, SIA. Year of t..- C'.unIY.1o.'l'ld.. .... 7-27:/ 4t 8-
shopping In Dallas Texas Quinn Julian, Plaintiff, vs SK\L) A. J. i
where he Is to be Tlioinniin ,
of Savan- Gainesville John Jullun, .
Hugh Stlth Monday. Defendant." Cane No \ Clerk of cold Court.
:tIgl> week-end with stationed for the present. 3 ill 5. T. Frank Landrum.. Starke. Florida,
Ga. fpnt Mrs. H. L. FOR WINDSTORM: INSURANCECall AMIUTICR Otinnn: OF riTtLIC-ATlON To Al-l'KAH Ally, fur" Plf. 1-;1 4t 8-17 N)1'IC"( J 1
Mrs. Jessie P e a r c e of Ft.
II. C. Wall Agency/ STATE OF KL-OItlDA to: John M'ipiMir roiitr. 1111IIFOIIII ANttELO'S: filMLL .
rfee Pierce, who has been a guest this Julian'/ whose. r. vl demo In. un- COIN' 'it. KLOIIIII i\ ('nMary \>-
( '':I(\,
Pvt. Billy Jackson will arrive week of Mrs. W. B. :Mundy Jr., known.You :: )Kllrn: Mllllnita <( returned to her are required to appear on .
this week-end to spend a 30-day today. August 24th.\ un In 1 the above VH Cnse Kaymond:No-'; S'124! Oreene, l>vfendnnt. -
leave with his mimed Couit and reuse wherein JlU. CAKAXTZASIho
family here. Miss Mary Brownlee of St allon plaintiff of seeks maiden" dlvouc.1111'....and llrudfori,.",,.101'- ,\ORDKIl:- > :SOTICK': OP I f'I'I'LH'Trns11 TO ,\ | .... ... I
8T.VTR ilotlRey-
Mrs. E. L. Biggs has been Louts, Mo., will arrive Sunday to fount Telegraph xhall I p u I b lishthis mond (li:" "in-OP, FU1RIDA wore' : I "l'prt'C'htlf' f'np i>iitrt iiutc) '> that: way given mr during my 6l jt

spending several days with Mrs. spend two weeks with her Issues. order", In next tour wuukly :Mr. UiivniKiiil, droene,
T. T. Long on Kingsley: Lake. mother, !Mrs H. L. Brownlee. \Vltn"",,,,, my hand and official You JoneMVai anrequired" 'tbiifir. Tennessee.An .t..... .on iratlon.: I MUM form! to sell out loctiiiM-" << tit 111 health anti
real nt Starke, .Florida thin. July Il'U"t 27lh,, IH45, Intthe ahoy wIll nial.c my bents In Jnckaoln Illp.
Y Guests of (, r.M5.OFFUIAt.. named c Miss Lucille caime liereln
Mrs. Emma Chalker of Augusta at her home Mitchell ( SISAL) A, J. Thomas, plaintiff ,., Mks! divorce, cimtody. of, A. J. Angvlo. ,
Ga., has been visiting Mrs. Mor- on Kingsley Lake AH Clerk uf until Court.IValtarCllerdesty !. minor i rand and' rentoratlon. at
gan Darby and Mrs. S. L. Peek. were: Misses Louise Stern Helen ", VII'I tona 11".11.", maiden Maine, Bradford County
% i' and Ruth Jones and Della Rosenberb' Kin& Ally for I'lf. 7-27 4t "-171'Ii '
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Mra. O. L. '
Beasley Is
spendinga /'IRI'11'r coinr. nitlUFoun '
few days with her parents, Mr. ('.01 VI'\, Fl.)1111)1t l\ ( HV>- Studio Couches sb'
and Mrs. A. C. Durden in Tampa. Lt. Tracey Baker, Jr., of Key- (KHV.Iiorla Bedroom Suits
stone Heights recently receivedhis Cribb Owens", I'lalnllff. VHVnn .
Owens, Defendntit.) CHHQ Ni, _
promotion to let Lt. He is
Jack Halle of Miami is spend- 3916.
ing this week-end with his serving with the air corps in I OKDKR OF rVKLlC'ATlON
113 E. Call Street parents India. AND NOTICE TO Ai'l'UAIt teM+t (.l vI
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle,
: Sr. Owens", whose address In % Mm.1Jva .
Miss Marguerite Langford of Tanner, RF1 :Nu.-,; 3, lleniiiiK-
full lineof I II Frostproof Is visiting Mrs. W B. way South Carolina:
]\'e\ have a I T-Sgt. Lloyd Wilkerson of Kees- You are required to appear on
fanciest fruits 'ler Field, Miss., has returned to and Mrs. Marcus Brownat August 27th., 1U45\ In the above ,. "
the Mrs. Brown's Kingsley Lake named Court and cause wherein
his station after spending! a leave home. I plaintiff seeks divorce and restoration .
and vegtables.A 'here. of maiden name. Hrndford
County Telegraph shall pub lI.h!
good supply of Mrs. W. Hogan Smith has had thin Order In next four weekly
Mr. and Mrs. E. Dryden and
as guests her sister Mrs.
shortening Mr. and Mrs. :Maxie Carter my hand and officialseal .
are Kwirous, of Miami; and her sis at "Htarka' Florida' thin. July I Constructed .With Springs
Tendet Beef Roast, spending this week at Miami ter, Miss Coylis Weaver of Jack 24. 1945.
Beach. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
Stew and Delicious sonville. An Clerk of Maid Court.T. New Stock Just Arrived Floral and Solid Colors
I Frank J-nndrum, Slarke, Florldn,
Friends of Mrs.
Steaks. Catherine E. Miss Marjorie Sue Middleton Atty. for I'lf. 7-27 4t 8-17

Davis of Jacksonville, a former has returned to her home in Jack- $89.50 to $249.50 $86.50
resident of Starke will be Interested IN ('IIU'I'IT ('GI'RT lilt u.Foun
sonville after visit here with I
COME: TO YOUR to know that her condi- a (-01 \1'Y. FI.UIIIII I'M lll\\-
TIP TOP STORE her grandparents Dr. and Mrs. <'KICV.neorara .
tion is slightly Improved. She W. E. Middleton.Miss Tuxka.. Plaintiff, va, OIKHWalewlcm
i'OU ARE WELCOME has been seriously 111 !In St. Luke's Tu ka, Defendant Case

I hospital Dorothy Swanbom recently No. ORDER 3920. OF Pt'RLH'ATIOS SAMPSON CARD TABLES il'Ai'NUT'CIUI:' 'II s $24.50

entertained several WACs AND NOTICE TO Ai-PGAU

he World Moves . Mitchell from Camp cottage Blanding at Kingsley at Lake the Oth'Street Walewlca'70 Mr Tusks. TeMle. 415 IValewlesMother East. PORCH & DINING CHAIRS FINISHED: $2.75 $4.75

) with a buffet supper. ( ), New York N. Y. & UNFINISHED -
You are required to
appear on
So Does O. O. ',A. August '-24th. 19/1/ In the above
Cpl. J. A. Martinez will return named Court and cause wherein

If You Don't Like Your Present Location, ,I Sunday to his station at Fort County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce hall p Uradfnri u b lI..h LIVING ROOM SUITS NEWUSTULIK $124.50 199.50

Let Us :Move! Your House Knox, Ky., after spending a furlough iMHtiea.WltnenB this. Urdor. In neat four weekly

here with his parents, Mr. I
FREE ESTIMATES:! ANYWHERESee and Mrs. Joe Martinez. Heal at Starka: my, hand Florida and, this official July
25. 1945. NEW AND USED :

I Fred A. Scott and brother, Dr. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas I
Ben F. Hall,Starke George F. Scott of Lakeland left Walter AH. Clerk Hardenty of mUd Court.Daytona Reach -

or Orman O. Annis, General ContractorBox I Friday for Clayton, Ga., where Fla., Atty. for Pit' 7-27 4t 8-17 &k.x. n; YOUTH BEDS

402, ,Phone 1804. Gainesville, Fla. they expect to spend several IN ruin IT coViir.: 1"\1)1"0111)
I weeks In the mountains. (01"1'\' FI.O1IIII\I IN t'l1A-
('KHV.Evelyn: ...
I Brandt* 'rAtln.., Plaintiff WITH NEVER 'WE? JifATTRESS ,?+rt
Mr. and Mrs Jas. M. Black- v., Abraham LevIne, lie t endan a tt ,: J
Case No. 8923.ORDEH YY 4s
shear have returned from a trip OF PUBLICATION

: shear received his discharge from Levine whose reNldence'' and
the army several weeks ago. post office address la Mr. AbrahamLevlne
Ca.corro, Province of C' maffiiey -
Some folks think
t" we oughta Cuba.
elf 'draw the Japa a picture HO they Sgt. Curtis Coldlng has received You arM required to appear on IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT, 1'
August 24th, 1H45, In the above
,y it would know just what we mean his discharge from the army named Court and cause wherein '
and he and Mrs. Colding the for- plaintiff seeks, divorce. Bradford
when we nay unconditional! surrender. mer Vergie Gasklns, have gone to this i'onnty Order Telegraph. In next shall four p"weeklyiHHlteM h lieu John H. Denmark Furniture Co. '

Seems to me theme two Plant City to make their home. .
words clear and If WltneHH my hand and official PHONE 151 STAKKE, FLA. r
are enough
Heal at Starke. Florida, thin July
they want any further explanation :\ ( f4KALl: J, Thom, GOQD
just send 'em Webster's Call II. C. Wall AgencyPvt. AM Clerk of said I "rt. "'K i
Walter Hnrdeatv,' IJuytona Reach iI ii I
dictionary let 'em Minvnder and Mrs. AI Manassa will Fla.?, Atty. for I'lf 7-27 4t 8-17 'br i
- - - -
and find out. spend today with relatives here ""

before leaving for California. Pvt.

Manassa who has been stationed

NE REAL TEST OF ANY PRODUCT'SORTH in overseas.Cadet Georgia Midshipman, expects to sent E. 6 EVERYTHING MUST GO i'

Baker of the merchant marines
IS THE TEST OF PUBLIC bi Klngsport, N. Y., is spendingan "
"j !p
8-day leave with his mother,

Mrs. Tracey Baker, Sr., In Key- 'J it'i :

AC TANCE stone Heights. !
Yf, r Guests of Mr. and Mrs Eld-

ridge Smith at their lake home _

tee, are Major and Mrs. D. R. Plow- '

den of St. Cloud and Mrs. Smith's \ 1' I'

Shubuta mother, ,Mrs Miss., J. E. Toney, Sr., of at STORE r ,

Lt. T. H. Osborne arrived here '

Wednesday from Langley Field ::1

Va., to spend a leave of several : i :
weeks with Mrs. Osborne. He is BARGAINS FOR THE ENTIRE I

Calif., and will leave i! i1
dale, Fresno,
for his oew station the latter part WINTER NEEDS WHILE I EVERYTHING IS SO GREATLY REDUCED. ij

of August. it 1 '
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Master Sgt. William N. (Billy)

30-day Mrs.Long F who leave H. has Long here been with and(his spending his mother sister a,, Men & Boy's Leather Jackets Baby Blankets {

S Fortune shoe /iav passed the test of Mrs B. S. Carroll in Jacksonville

Public. ptanc-mor mn wear f artun. shoes will go to Camp Blanding Sunday Men & Ribbed Underwear Ladies Sweaters
I Boy's
I hon o'fcw brand In f range! night for rea. s gnment. .
"Y on. pair yourself overseas "Billy" saw ac-
a While
and find out for f/ .

Mug-fitting fortunes.comfort Come and by the today outhenf/c and see styling this new of and tion Germany.In Belgium Czechoslavakla, Ladies Coat Suits & Dresses Ladies Winter Coats : I ; :

"y'summer' that's long.ventilated for cool comfort all with have Mrs.Major been E. R.spending Smyth's Smyth relatives some and baby time In Complete Line Baby Wear Ladies Housecoats ",

Rochester, Minn. Major Smyth

days arrived with here Mrs.Wednesday Bertha Pearce for and two Greatly Reduced ,

IQRTUNESternberg's left Friday to join Mrs. Smyth in .
Minnesota. He served in the
li.liV Pacific for 15 months and '

will came home statoined from at Okinawa.Ft. Smelling He, In Fact Everything At A Saving ;

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. . . . . . pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Eddie Cain of Gainesville.
New River Two representatives from the .
Children's Bible Mission of Gaines-
. '. .By. The. f School!.<< . 4REVIVAL ville! were visiting our school Friday -
Mary L. Andrews finished
I1 MEETING the Bible verses far enough to receive
'' M.1t A revival meeting: will begin her New Testament They
July 30 and continue for one promised to be back in Septem-
week at the New River Haptlnt r 4
Church. Services will be continued bHr.Supt.. Arthur McRae was a visitor . NOTICE
' for one week at the New to our school last Thursday.Carl URGENT
t River Baptist Church. Services Nettles has been 111 for
hope' he
will be conducted by the pastor. the past few days. We
I at the
Rev. Truby Parrish of Santa Fe can noon resume his duties
with the help of Rev. Hugh Walters I State Farm. I
of Lake City and other visiting I: U L. Johns was bitten by a big I, /
ministers. He was! In the State
Y Services were held I Sunday hog Farm Hospital three days but Is from THE WAR DEPARTMENT THE NAVY
morning and evening at Long home now. .
Bridge Christian Church by the Gernie Crews and daughter
pastor Rev. Fred Dodd of IIId- Carolyn of the State Farm and
lakes. He dinner of Dick Canard of DEPARTMENT THE FEDERAL BUREAU OF
(ir was a guest his niece, Mrs. mid 0 IN..
, Mr.
f Mr and Mrs. T. H. Shepherd. Homestead were visiting ...
Mrs Belle Johns accompaniedby Mrs. W B. Lazenby and family .. -. '
Smith Johns and Mrs. Truby and Mr. and Mr. C. J K. Andrews "-
; Hodges were visiting Dr. Brantley and family Saturday evening.Mr. VEST GATI J THE OfFICE Of CENSORSHGP
ki Grandin! Monday. and Mrs. Pledger Johns announce -
Mr and Mrs. Delbert Green and the birth of a writing
"4 small daughter, Carolyn Louise Sunday July 22. At this
of Lake Butler were visiting Mr. we do cot know her name. The amount of information reaching Japan from this country is a matter of
; and Mrs. J S. Snowden, and family Attending the tobacco sale in great military :;
r, t .
M, ; elj p. Betty Sunday.and Jackie Johns were Mrs.Lake Frank City Tuesday Merritt were Mr. and Mr.Mrs.C ann. grave concern. Case after case shows that much of this information is obtained from the

't, aunt visiting, Mrs.their Florence grandmother Connor and andS F.. E.Wiggins Andrews and, Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.M. American public-through careless talk. It is vital that: every American understand the

:Mrs.. Vergle Crawford at Midway C. C. Butler. problem. You are urged to read and remember the information below.
h Mr. and Mrs. Cheater
k 'r $1 Pete Sapp spent last week-end children of Lake Butler were
with relatives in Lake Butler. and Mrs. M. H.
t Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Johns had visiting and Monday.
_ Moody Sunday
k as their guests last week-end, I Mr and Mrs Reddish Andrewsand
t' jr Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Mann of: children Gayle and Ervln and
Ocala and and Mrs. -
Mr Johnny niece, Mary L. Andrews, accompanied
o- Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby aadt children, Louise, Freddie -
t a children, Beverly Jo and Sherman, Johns T Mrs. Eloise Cowen were ....- ------- "' ;:
dinner and guests of M" Andrews' No"i loyal Amenc would knowingly give the enemy informa- There are several methods known to be in use. One is HyTadiotToutlaw

GAINESVILLE mother and and brother Gus, Thomas Mrs. Della otJa.ckllonvl11e tion. Some of us, however, have thoughtlessly talked too much in l short-wave transmitters which are set up and used briefly,

y Thomas sunday. the aItemoon the presence of persons who placed the information in channels then knocked down and moved before the detectors can find

they visited -in L.the Johns Hope, reaching directly into Tokyo. Hundreds of cases in the records them. Another is through members of crews of neutral ships

PLANT jr.Haven who a patient We were all prove that Tokyo does get valuable and necessary facts out oi Neutral countries have been listening posts for all belligerents; ,

hoping M. L. would though soon he be will home be this country. Often the basic information seems innocent and unimportant A bit of thoughtless conversation started here and carried to a

but there looks'for some as time yet. He is ; but, studied by experts, it reveals important details. neutral port could reach Tokyo in a very short time.

.4. ,, ..NOW,, OPEN doing nicely; '*9 -.-lOMH..+>tr. "s tlt -- I I air water crossroads of the world are fertile points of
rq i Donald Alvarez of the Merchant
Marines Is very fortunate to be WHO HAS INFORMATION NEEDED BY JAPAN information. Careless conversation passes quickly over the world
stationed at St. Petersburg, as through these places.
' ADD he week-ends.gets to come home many Nearly every American has or will learn something the High

et i+ Felton and Marjorie Moody and Command of Japan wants to know. Service personnel inadvertently
several of their friends enjoyeda ?
tell of movements of men and materials. Returning military
swim at Sampson Lake Sunday
OF MILES TO afternoon.HmJ. personnel and merchant seamen often see activities in the va. Don't discuss:

SMOOTHBY rious countries and ports which, though appearing inconsequential -.
(a) Location or movements of men, ships, and mariialswithin !
t 11 thoughtlessly I discussed, speak volumes 1 to the enemy. .
... to, or from the Pacific-Asiatic area.
q Plant workers may talk out of turn about new weapons still a .

'N r$J RECAPPING secret from the enemy. No one should discuss a secret weapon, (b) New weapons., .
} I' even though it is known to have been used, until the facts '
with the are (c) Military information gained in confidence;
? released officially by the War or Navy Department.
Iyr i w ? rest I Don't try to beat censorship by using codes to learn the where-j
a r one The transfer of troops from Europe to the Pacific is especially abouts of your serviceman. The rule that he shouldn't disclose

r FACTORY-CONTROL interesting to Tokyo. Certain armies or divisions are known for his whereabouts is made for his protection. Remember the enemy I
v i :t. special types of operations. Any information to their shift
> METHOD wants to know more than you do because he wants to kill Him.[
could be an indication of the location of an attack. Cargoes also The wise thing is to keep in confidence any specific informationare j

frequently revealing as to types of operations. Now that learned from servicemen. Don't pass on rumors about military J

_:=. AS LOW AS = Germany has collapsed, Tokyo is counting heavily on loose talk matters-they may have an element of truth which the enemy j

Jtucky from this country. could spot immediately and put to use against us.

70 I Irfj1
When your horseshoe is
r t"i a tit' -w backed by an Accident Even though you know the location of your serviceman; here is why you should not mention it to
f others, unless the location of his unit has been released for
publication .
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= 6.0016 = Policy in The Traveler!

-' The Army and the Navy never release this information until they are certain that it can be of no
: ; Charley E. Johns value to the enemy. Don't trust your own judgment.

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;9 HEREBY Intenll GIVEN'to r.I.ter" that.roln" SlElRVICrE IPAiRAlfE FARM NOTES ing some time with his grand IN (II'"IT COt liT nil tlFISfltp4'1M1 named. Court and cauiie, wherein

f the Jerk, of the By L. T. l)>'er. County Agent parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Abernathy t'KltV."sit. FLtlJIIU1 l" ('&1\\1_ plaintiff eeks divorce and ouploilrof
Child. Bradford
County. County
Cur Andrew John, Vulnvar. Plaintiff va Hhall .
crept publleh
; 'ourl H. Den- I thin order In
the .Iame of a IIctlnom' SGT. JOHN '1. GODU IN- M. J. SAPP JR. Bkr. 3-c Carlton Davis of New Minnie I'aiilln Volovar, Defendant. next four weekly InnuvaWltneiia .
Com"any. Preference Is. extemlwl Cast Mo. 8905.tltlER .
Furnllure hot wIll BACK FROM ETO toet- my hand and officialaeal ,
which London 1
UKLE.\SE1 FROM DUTVTSgt .. Conn., is spending OF' I't'nuiCTIOJJ' Htarke "
starke. Flor- eran in the purchase of an at Florida, this July ,
In : Sgt. John M. certain AM\ NOT1CT! TO .
hUSlnel. Godwin son of 11 leave APPKAU 18lh. 1945. ,
Matthew with his
e In Mrs. W. F. Godwin J Sapp Jr.. Items which he may need In the family and STATE OF Kl.omoA to: Minnie (t ... SRAM A. J Thoma,
1451EE111n of Starke. arrived son of Mr and Mrs. Math Sapp operation of his farm parents here. Mrs. Davis and r lIlIn.'olovar whoso. .address. In Aa .t..IIL"I; of aalil Court. i iJ.
,iI : \1.13y DE'OfA:' nK. at Camp Blanding Monday. of New River has been released Wire Including Mrs. William Bushloper met him 125 Klnir Siren', CharltMitnn, Nuuth 8 llarrlaon Jackconvllln, Flu.
DINI11AltK : July 16. from ETO Copper for electric wiring. Carolina. Ally. for Plf. 7-20 4t 1-10
1011II:- for his 30- fiom In Jacksonville
active duty after serving 58 Lumber. L-41 Saturday night. You sre requited to appear on _
t-l AtIOrney-ln-Fact. day furlough before his outfit the months in the Army. He Construction. Elec- Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Clark and August :SOth lt<5. in the above I t riHriiT (o'nT nii\i)poiu>
: served tric Motors .
Gas tmmvd
91th oline Engines ami oautio, whereinplaintiff ioixrr. FI.OIIIII l5! tIlA'4_
ChemtcalMortar 33 months overseas In the Medi- and Farm Machinery. of daughter. Jackie of Jacksonville I ceeks rtlvnrre Ilradfnrd t'lIlI"',
Bn.. will terranean Theatre and took many spent the week-end with Mr. and County Telegraph Khali I.ubll..h thin Miriam Ma. Griffin./ Plaintiff v*.
CJlRISTI.\S CHURCHChristian part different kinds. Ontc-r In next four weekly. Imiiioii.Wltn . ttlchard K. Urlffln Uefendant Case
'iT StII.r. be trained for in five campaigns. He was a The Mrs. T. L. Casey. .. a niv hand .ant nfflrlalHPHI No. H1S7. .
r Call and redeployment to driver-mechanic and wears the County A4A Committeewill Mr. and, Mrs. Leroy Wtesdin at Stark., Florida, thla July ORDER\: OF PITHLICATIOV
pastor .
18th. 11(5.tOFJo.t'IAI.\
issue '
SntfOdlf.'Y. purchase ANT NOT1CR Til Al'PKAH
0. the certificatesfor ,
W. Pacific The- Good Conduct and Distinguished and son, Thomas, were In Gainesville ( 8KU. A. J. Thomas. 8TVTR OF FMMIIOA to: Klch- ,I
ices as foll atre. Unit ribbons. some Items, and recommend on business : Aa t'li-rk of mild Court' aril K. ilrlffln 1 whonn addreiia In:
School eaelt Sunday at priority for others. All applications Monday. T Frank tndrum, Stark.. Florida H-Sitt Hlrharil K Orlffln, A.R.I N. i I
Ie John spent six He received his discharge from should be mail Revival services at the Christian Atty. for I'lf. 7-20: H -JO 14013771, U.1'0. IS Hoap). APt
the to this of- Slit. % Poatmaater. San' Francltco.California. .
new SeparaUon I
months Center at Church
51.ach"g communion ser- overseas fice. are being continued .
and Camp lfllllllT lOlltr, Illl \I.OHII:
m- and 8: p m. i n which time Blanding. A Veteran who ul.shca. to through this week. The pastor (0' "''''. KI.OIIIII ti I\ Eli 4. You are required to appear on .
stils. Wednea-! purchase Rev. W. C. Burton Is being assist\ t'l1 1'. ; Aumint 13. 194, In the above named
meeting each ne visited and T-SGT. .:. 10:. BUKNEY JR. any kind of farm machinery ed Rlolnn ItarfleM\ Harvey, Plaintiff, Court and caller wherein. plaIntiff -
ayer by Rev. Fled Dodd of Mid- jtradfonl,
V*. Charlea Clifton aeeka divorce County I
t 8:00: p. was stationed In WIT II PORT COMMANDA : must make, application at lakes. fenctnnt: (fan No sungOlintiK :harvey. l.e-1 Telegraph aha 11 pnblleh this. Order ( a
W'I seven countries. ncne-too-optimlstlc! hope for this office and show. 1)) that he OF PfHt.lOATloM In next four weekly laauea.ltnem .
is ANI> NOTH'K: TO APPnAlt I \\ my hand and official\ I
a IN
qualified riiuiir
His organization. getting nome "within the next veteran (2)) that he ('01 "1"%. FI.tuttl COIHT. .IIIUIFOIIII 8TATH OK FLORIDA to: Chance steal I .at tttarke, Florida, this JulyOFFICIAL I
la support of the 80th Infantry three or four years" was expressed owns or operates a farm and has (':1'Y. 'I 1\1: thiA- rilfton Harvey whoae. retuldence 1.1 O. 1545. 1 )

participated in fighting In in a letter to friends at least 50 percent Interest in the f.. 'K Kellfr, Plaintiff\ va Pauline U/lknown. I ( .. SEAL) A J. Thotnaa,
recently Keller, Defendant. ("Mee No. 3575. You are reciulriMl to appear on'A".t Aa I'lerk nf paid Court
the Ruhr business 3)) that he has t
0JTISI Valley and Southern by T-Sgt. Everett E. Burney Jr., need for UUDKIt OK" 1'lTHMrATIOV? ; ANt SOIh, I'M1, In the .above.nanipil T. Flank I-andruin, Mtarka Florida. }
Germany. son of Mr. and Mis. E E. Bur- the machinery he is applying for NOrU-K TO Al'l'KAK Court and oaime., wherein Atty. for 1lt. 1-.i I 4t 1-3 ,

After his furlough Sgt. God- of and that it will be used on his 1..b"lI..ST.\T": UP 'IAIlIA\ to: Pauline plaintiff ...ekll dlvinre. BradfordCounty iv ('...r"IT fmm.. i
ney Jacksonville formerly of Keller whone r.'dM"mo I. Telegraph' hnll\ piltillnli. I thin. mii>vnniiCO
win will report to Camp Shelby Lawtey. farm ((4)) that he has already 114 .Knot: Avenue, llawratown. Order' In next font weekly I., ..""... "''l'Y, Kl.Olllltkl IV lll,">- 3(1u4

Miss., where his unit will reassemble Sgt. Burney is with the Bremen made effort to purchase new or Maryland.Von: lire. re"..iirea to appear o- Wltnveit at liii Florida iiI .and, this nfflrlnlveal July I, IVlorea: ,. SlninionH. Plaintiff. v... :' c
for further training. used machinery and has failed July slut 1)145) In the. above miineil Kith 1045OFFICIAL.. Charlea. Sliiunonn. I"afenilant.. .. Cu..e
I Port Command-the outfit which and Court Mini laune, wherein. plaintiff. ( .. f SlIAt., ) A. J. Thoma. No. 3MIIII. ,
((5) that he
Your For the ) can meet thedealer's '
tart time being he Is like all handles all supply and transportation Heek 'illvone. Urndroril County A" Clerk of 1l1.1 I Court tnUI.R. Oil' }'trtlL'.ATIONANn
Planning ; joes": enjoying seeing old terms of payment.The Teli'itiaph' elicit. publish thla Ordl T Frank ntultum, Stark., Florida" NOTICR, TO APPIQAIt
>ost War for all the U. S. Armies in III next four weekly Ueuea. Atty. for Plf. 7-20 4t 8-10 8TATI3 OP'" PlAMUDA to: Charlea .
friends and the feel of "home France and Germany and although veteran may file application \ItiitfHH. my hand nml offlcli Slinmonii. whole residence la un-
Placing Your ground" under his feet. for either (1)) "nl at Htaike. Florida this known. 7
priority to j Jui\ .
IM: nuriiT .
he has C'OIIl'I'
y enough points for 2nd, 194 miIIPOII t> You are required tn appear on
Now For I a discharge his work Is classified purchase new machinery from a (Utr'KlrtL* RKAM A. J. Thom, ((.''Ol\rt., 1"1.011111 t I IN t....\,- Aua-UHt,:: 13, 1945, In the above named .
rder ''::11 v.Lstrlt'e
WOODROW L. THOMAS: dealer (2) Aa Clerk of paid Couit cause wherein plaintiff ,
or permission to Court. : : :
as essential and he has pur- peeks PYadford :;
little II. O. lirnwn. Htarke fwiinn. Plaintiff I I v*. divorce County
hese Appliances HAS MEDICAL DISCHARGE hope of getting home time chase surplus government mach- Atty. for Plf Florida 4.8 4t 4-27 Joxeph. C. 8\\'unn, efendant.. Caste Telegraph Khali inibllMh this Order
Woodrow L. Thomas of Route any inery. In either case the appli- 1% t'mi"inii'ii'r. UK tot-on No. 399.OUDEH. In nest four weekly. I..."....
2 Starke has soon.He cation must be (' >IMl. .FI.OIIIII1I (.'II.\\. OF PII1I1.I..ATIONAN" Wltneim. tny band and officialeal .
received the
honor- approved at
BENDIX an writes: "I am not cookingor by t.ii.v. "It NOTICK. TO) APPIOAK glarke, Florida, this July
able discharge from the Army cutting meat I county AAA Committee. norothv'Drown, Plaintiff ".. An- 8TATH. (>1' KIX1ltll to: Joaeph, 12. 194.1OFFICIAL. .
more. ( 8KAT.) J.
am A. Thomas
AUTOMATIC: Brown f. H wit,mi whuH . Is
Defendant. renldence Un-
LAUNDRY for medical reasons and has returned the car master for the Bremen BEEF CATTLE PAYMENT honlR7Y: know,,. Aa Clerk. of aalil Court. ".

HOME to his home. He was a Port Command and although my A subsidy payment of CO cents OIlII:lt OK. ptrnuoATiov AND You are. reiiulreil tn appear on .1.llnlldlna-8 .lUrrlxnn JacksonvIlle JAW Fla.Kxchanv: i I'

HOT POINT private with the Infantry Corps Job Is comparatively small, I have per hundred weight live weight SATE M1TICH. op. TO VL.OK1PA AI'lol<:,AH tot! An- AII..t 20th, 1945, In the above Ally for Pit 7-13 4t 8-1

and was discharged at Oliver will be thony V'. Brown addreiia
charge of SO sedans 50 jeeps and paid cattlemen on beef unknown. -- .

REFRIGERATORSRANGES General Hospital Augusta Ga.VERNON.a. 90 trucks. My hours are from cattle sold or slaughtered on beef Atiaruat You are 2. 11145 required In the to aliova aiiuenr named. on __ _

5:30: a. m. to 12 midnight and I under the tallowing conditions; Court aeeka. anti cauae, wherein. plaintiff

WATER HEATERS RAY work about 150 Germans all day ((1)) Cattle weighing 800 poundsor Telegraph dlvorre Khali publish Hradford this County Order
ADVANCED IN RANK more live weight. In next four weekly lamiea.
can't understand
long. They
These Become Availablee Vernon R* Ray. Fire Control- and I can't understand them and ((2) Owned and fed by him 30 seal. Wltn at Mtuike... my, Florida hand .and, tills official July, I 6T7iJt

|e \\ Fill Orders In man 2-c, who is stationed at the to be perfectly truthful I'm havIng days or more. 3rd., 11)43.OFFICIAL) .

Order of Application Naval Air Station. Norfolk Va., a h- of a time. I think I'm ((3)) Sold to licensed slaughter- Aa( Clerk of SEAtS Bald )Court.A. 3. Thotn.....

as an aviation maintenance man, going nuts. era or slaughtered by him under H. O Drown. Mtarke, )Florida

"FULL LINE was advanced to his present rate "I recently got an Increase in permit. Atty. for Plf. 4-8 41 4-27

recently. He Is the son of Mrs. pay but money Is no good over ((4)) Sale price $14.80 per cwt. IM (iiMiir' tot HI% mi tiiponn flhf4ie J
( 01 \'l'l Kl.OIUUtl I'\I ('II.\%
\ SUPPLIES Irene Drake of 322 E. MadisonSt.
IRING here since you can't buy any- or more. ('1:111.
'".'. Starko. ((5)) Cattle and I-uura Aleeka- 'William Plaintiff.
rI grading good
p ss =s=ss i i i thing In this town-there Isn't
a .alnwlA. KiilKllncr HtnnHinir It choice. A or AA No.VH Trnv 3loa.! UllllaniM. Defendant., Cane

I Electric Motors PVT. O. W. WHITE JR. had--apopulationof O <> -about 80,000 Cattlemen. must present sales oil>crt OK PI'III.I"\TION' /odc) H

AT CAMP MAXEY TEXAS: people before we put holes in a slips and full Information with his 8PATI3 AND) .NOTICI1 OK. FU-tll TO| APPKAU to: Ti'oy

Fluorescent Pvt. Olin W. White Jr., son of few thousand of them. But as application to this! office each WlllluniH whose reeldesire la. Un-

Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White of usual the old U.S.A. is month that such cattle are soldor known.
good You
mit'RKS & STRIPS ar'' required to appear on a to DailyKxcept
Starke has completed his basic In- building it back up for these slaughtered.All Ana-lint 2lllli. lUll, In Hi I,* aloveC"urt Restaurant Hours: t9 1'
naniHd and cause, wh..lnpl..intlrr Tuesday
Decca Records fantry training at Camp Bland- Krauts so In about 20 years we applications together with Reeka dlvol.'.... TirndfiirdI'oiinty
ing and l is now at Camp Maxey will havo to come back over here the evidence submitted must be Teli'KI..mill. Hhnll pu hush thla
Onli-r. In next four weekly I IMHIIKM. ___
Texas for considered and
further instruction. carefully recommendation -
Exhaust FansFlashlights and do it again. ItneHH my, hand and ottldal l tCiw
Before leaving Blanding he was Sgt. Burney closed his letter for payment made by seal ot Hiniku, Florida, hue July s iweaMU .

awarded the Expert Infantryman with a request for a few copies the County AAA Committee. (15111,' 1S45OFFICIAL.. SKAT.A.. J. Thomas a : _

Badge after completing the rig- ol the Telegraph *o he can keep AH, Clerk of acid Court.T. ; :4/ .
. . . . Frank. I I.andruu Utaiko: FlorldnAtty ,9d __
AND orous IRTC course. Award of up with: the home folks. for I'lf. 7-SO 4t 8.10
this badge which calls for an Increase His addres'! is: T-Sgt. EverettE. ; i after die swim IN _
i Hot ShotB.ITERIES Woodla initriir roiitT, nil \I>F >III> ...
above baso pay means Burney. Hq. Co.. Bremen Port ('I)! Mil. FI.OIIIII\I IM (.HAM-
that Pvt. White is an expert In Command APO 751, New York (1':11: %,
By Klma Crevn Flonnle Benton )ln8#, Plaintiff VR.
the use of several of the Infan N. Y. S S S S C C S S SC Woodrow Iton... afendaiit. CaMe
Delta LanternsDuo try's weapons and has done a No. 3578.OI11.IJt.
: OF'ATioN
more than satisfactory Job of T-4 L. S. O.\LLOWAVAT We are glad Jo report thatL. NOTIC-B TO APPIOAIt! AND

Therm learning the other military skills CAMP: ULANIMNG P. Rafuse Is Improving after STATIJ! OF FLORIDA to: Woodrow '-

HEATERS required of an Infantryman. T-4 Luther S. Galloway has arrived an operation In the State Farm Monroe Ruse Norlh whoMn Carolina.lenldenoe la 431.

His cew address Is: Pvt. O. W. at Reception 19, Camp Hospital uday. You, are resulted' to appear onAupruMt
6th, 1II1H, In the above
Bed Lamps Whlte-44009269, Co. B. 98th IA- Blanding for redeployment for H. C Crews was In Starke on nnineil Court nnd, CIUIMK, wherein

TB. 25 Rg., Camp Maxey Texas service In the U. S. or Pacific business Monday. plaintiff, reetored a. ..ekn. divorce llrndfoid, and Maiden
had 50 months
theatre. He has Mrs. Geneva Crawfoid was in _
Desk Telepraiih" nliull' pulillnh till* Older
Lamps of Army service, with 13 monthsin Trenton on business Tuewilay. In n"xt four weekly IHBUPK.WltneKN .
Theatre. His my haiul, and offlilnl
the European Rev. and Mrs. Cecil Williams ; anal at Htarke. Florida, thus July
wife Mrs.\ Melva Galloway liveson and children and Mr. Bacom and' 3rd, 1D45
1'11' .\I. A. J, Thomai,
Route 2 Starke.GOLD (OFFU'IAI )
adio ServiceiVlNKLER daughter Betty all of Jackson- Aa flerk of mild Com.
TOR ACID INDIGESTION ville were guests Wednesday of T. Frank I.nnilrum Starko. Florida
Mrs. Hannah Manning. Atty. for Plf 4-8 4t 7Koricii p .-5.Cm,.. 4f.a..Ct..t.W, Ct.H...... N..f.S&0, _ _
WAVE We had a wonderful sermon at : or APIM.ICATIOV: FOR _
I the: church Wednesday and Sun- r\\ 111':KIIIOUKV > IlmmIOOJlJJIJCJC.mwt1lmmmmmcmnmmrocnmwcnmcmcnmcntmnlIJCmmm! ) : mmmmmmmauna ,
2 iwna
Illll Mn. :
when Rev. Cecil Willlonu
PRICES SfHID brought the messages. F. M. Packham the holder of the .
\ J. B. Uradley was In Starkeon following* certlflratea halt filed aaldcertificate
for a tax deed to be
M7 business Thursday afternoon. InMued. thereon. The certificate

I Electric Service 50Carpenter's __ I1JtSUPREMI C. R. Crews of Lawtey was description numbers t and of yearn the property of laauancn, and, the the We cordially invite the public to i

visiting L. P. Rafuse In the State name In which It wu aaaoineil are _
aa follow: drop by and inspect our fine new ,
GOLD WAVE Farm Hospital Friday afternoon.
1226 _
Temple Avenue Drug Store Elma Crews spent Saturday Certlfl'ate 1943.Peaorlptlon. No. 71Year of Issuance dairy on load 48 east of Starke. _ _

ounces S Each of Salon kit contain.type tollman.hull/ """ .A. night with Junior Page. of Property: DlAK. Tx>t A fine herd of dairy cows and the \ __ _

60 Curleff. 60 end tiiiuei.conoa W.., Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fonythe and 2 Town of tjtwlryV of Hy., "' .C. most! modern of sanitary equipment t
applicator.! n. raliz.rand :... 23 Twp. 5 8. H 23 H. _
complete instruction/ ... children of Lawtey attended Name In which aiaeaaed: Un- insure our customers a _
church services here Sunday known j quality product. ,.

nigh Certificate No. 75. Tear o( !*. _____

KOCH DRUG STORE Remember services at th< Woodlawu uance. 1943.Description. of Property Com. at PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR DAILY DELIVERY j

Baptist Church with Run- HB Cor. of Lot 18 and run W 100 ;
at ft for a pt of beg, thence. run N
School 10:30.
mother day : morning
1)J) EVERYBODY . just like 137 ft, W 80 ft. H" 137 ft. K 80 ft _
I worship service at 11:30: Young to pt Town of I-awtev M STARKE MODEL DAIRY I.
ENJOYS EATING used to make" People's meeting, at 7:15 and of Hy 1f'3.. 24, 21 and 26 Twp. "
5 H II. 22 E.
AT evening service at 8:00: o'clock. Nam In which aiaeaaad. Alice W. II. NEWSOM, Owner _ _

F Everyone Is invited. Brown; Route 2 Phone., ,Ii t i _ _
Certificate No. 126. Tear. of I*>
uanra IIU.O..I"Uon. Ih>x: 299! 83
he PARK CAFE . C C CC C C C C C C C of Property! Lot 2 _
LAPPEYou9re of Blk it 2, 3. !M Johns Add to aJ01 CD JGII) 1C1J( 1Cj(1jCJI( CIII t
Htarke $eo. 2* Twp 8 t'). It. .22 FI.:
Graham Name In which aaaeaaed. Mary

U.Certificate Maloney. ; No. iS?. Tear of I-
Uy Mr*. Edward Norman Nuance 1841Dencrlptlon: Old Sarge's Place *
Delicious Meals
Regular of Property! t Lot ,
7? C S C C S S S e S C C 105 ft. NI<'J In NW Cur .f BKV4':\ of
Healthful Plates of 19 7 H. It.
Vegetable Friends of Mrs. John McKinney 22 toI"YL 1':. UEYt Kee. Twp. STARKE'S ORIGINAL '

Short Orders will be sorry to learn that she is Name In which aaaeaaed. Un- :
known Also.Certificate .
ill at her borne. We wish her a ; No. 202. Tear of Iuuanca *-

_r _ 110- jme rtv recovery. 1D43. ARMYSTORE ,
_s-_ -__ ---S --- Norman Description or i-roperiyj E-IH a
Edward son
Mr and
; of Uovt Lot I akellde Hub-DIV.,
Herbert and Mrs. Jeanette Jones Set'. 22 Twp. II *4. II 22 K..
Name In which a..d.. J. E.Rmlth. .
Service Man and son Eugene were visiting relatives _

a in Plant City last week. All of paid property teint In the .
County of Bradford Blate of Flor- -" --.--,-- --
- -
Herbert remaned for a longer
Ida. I
for visit I Unless. auch certificate or certificate :Authorized
and are looking o Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and ahall be redeemed aurordlnirlo
law the poperty deacrllied( In By The 'War Department
daughter Carolyn spent last week such certificate or certlflratea will
at the with Jones' Mr. and b... sold to the hlKhe.t bidder. at
the right things Mrs. parents, the court house door on the firatMonday

I 'w:' Mrs. Edward Norman.Mr. In Month of August 145. .
t T and Mrs. |Nate Dyal and which I I. the 8th day of Auauit Operated

right prices son Tommy spent the week-end 19411.rutted thin July 3rd. A. n 1J45.fOFFICTAI. Dy an Ex-Soldier ___
with friends la High Springs. It!KAI>) A..1. Thomas,
Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford nptsr ssrrsss StSsSs. SSrrsSHEADQUARTERS j
Mrs. Margaret Hines and son County. Florida 4H 4-27

a have returned to their home in --

Sarasota after spending sometime NOTtfB !NOT.CI1 IH JIKIIKHY JIVKV' that : .1.1I i :

with her parents Mr. and the undernl ned In en caed' In bunlneiia I FOR ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES _
Their under the flctltlou name. of
Mrs. John McKinney. son
TUB STAR 8TOIIE. at 310 Call 8t.Starke ..
SHAFKIN'S"The Leonard McKlnney has also been Florida and Intend toresliter NOVELTIES and JEWELRY
them. the iiai'4 tltloua l name. In
visiting the office of the Clerk of the Clr-
Mrs. Elvlee Drlcgera of LI thla ..nit. Court of Bradford County

Is visiting friends and relatives Florida.
J. %S'. POOSER. Ben Suslow'sArmy
here this week. 44t 4.21 Owner.WAR .

Mr. and Mrs Berry Dyal and _

Store All Soldiers Know" Nate Dyal were shopping in .

Gainesville Monday and with Mrs. Store ,; :
Clarence Mellon of Starke were s

GIFTS there on bus.nss Wednesday.
Chief Petty Officer Foster Reynolds 209 E. Call Street Stark, Fla. 1 __ _
Miss. Is
of Gulfport upend BONDS .-



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BHADFOWDCOUNTY. : Avenue, Brooklyn New York ; Mr. plaintiff
IV CIRCl'IT' COl'HT. eeeks
Capt.R.G.Kidd Rites Held MondayFor Mrs. Norris Loses IV('Oi'6TV.flHClIT' PLOIllltll COtllT. BRADFORD IV CII4NCKMY. : : ') . PXOHIUtl IM: ..ItANOI&Y. ice Robert Address huntington I I. % Minnie whose I .Telegraph maiden, S. an .r-5.

An. Mary Woodworth. Plaintiff. v.. ton (Mother), 8395 I In 'lull J?!"
Fells Rotarians D. E. Johnson, Second Son Dorothy Brown Brown Plaintiff Defendant.v* Case James R. Wood worth, Defendant I Jamaica, 1M I. New York; I next Irq. I_b..

Of German Customs Retired JewelerD. In Tragic DeathMrs. 1J'onl87r: : ASDI"OTIC'FJ Cane ORDCH No. 3912.OF PUBLICATION Address Robert Huntington la %)( S. S.V.whose. S. wherein&y I .. 111)' hll"d",
OHDEH I Stsrke '":
J.. !
... TO APPEAR ANI) NOTICE TO APPEAR Standard Oil Co. of N. .J".ldn 'hl.1
:' returned STATE OF FUOKIUA to-: Anthony STATE OF FLORIDA to James. master New York N. Y. I J
Norris has
More cause to respect the keen- E. Jewelerand Wm I SEAL)
retired i Is
Johnson V. Brown addres unknown.You R. Woodworth whose residence You are required to ... I o. Raid ( \ ,I Tht
nesa of the German mind and the watchmaker died at his to her home In Starke after I are required to appear on Unknown.You August 21th., 1945 I In the. C. 'qUI" '
August 2. 1946. In the. above nam..dCourt are required' to appear on named Court und cause foi'pYfb*>.t '"
Industry and thrift of the German home on North Church Street spending several week with relatives and cause wherein plaintiff. August 27th., 1945 In the above ; BIt's It B..,
Saturday right. He wax eighty- In Ocala. Quincy and Jack- seek divorce. IT a<1 ford County named Court and cause wherelr
to members of Bradford
people was given Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn plaintiff seek divorce
: two years of age and had been sonvllle. She was called from next. four weekly lue County Telegraph hall pub llh
:, the Rotary Club Wednesday by in falling health for some time. her home here early in June on a Witness my hand and official this Order In next four weekly

Capt. Richard Q. Kldd. Jr., vet- of seal at Starke, Florida. this July Issue
Born ir Cairo. III., the son sad mission occasioned by the 3rd. 1945.OFFICIAL. \\\ltnes my hand and official Much
.-- eran of several ETO campaigns aa the late Samuel Hamilton and loss of her son. Harry Bruce ( SEAL A. J. Thomas, I seat I at Starke, Florida this July Pleasanter

>> l a member of the 87th (Golden Emily McAdams Johnson be had Dodd of Portsmouth Va., whose A... O.Clerk.Brown of said Btarke. Court.H. ., Florida. 21.( 1945.IOFFICIAI.. SEAL) A. J. ThomasA .

'I Acorn) Division. Capt. Kldd has led an Interesting and varied body was thrown in Dismal Atty. for Pit. 44t 4-27 Clerk of saId Court. '

Just retuined to the States and is life. having bern stolen from his Swamp Creek, the night of June ix (.oIJU..T eot Iii'. IIU\IJFOIIU R. H.. for Duncan PIt Jacksonville 7-27 4t, 817inrt'iT Fin.Atty This Way. .

spending a furlough with his family parents when a child, later run- 6, 1945: after being murdered for ('II 'II'I'Y. FI.UICIU1I 'II."%-

I ; In Starke. ning away from the man who had purposes of robbery. tKHV.Laura IN (' routT. nnADFoitn
Meek William. Plaintiff.v ('Olr\T". FLOHintl! IIIA.NCKHY. -
Wednesday's program was In taken him but never again; being Four negro men suspected of Trov WllllamH, Defendant. Case : 11. ",

,, charge of I* A. Davis chairman able to locate his parents. The the crime are being held in prison No. 81102.OKDKn. I If C. Mchuyler, Plaintiff v*. Nancy .
OF PI'BLICATION Flower Schuyler, Defendant. Case "{
occured when his )
of the club's International Service kidnaping without bond. AND NOTICE: TO APPEAR No. 3917.OUDER. \
0 w-imlttee, who gave a brief resume' father became ill on a train trip 1 8TAT13 OB' FLORIDA$ to: Troy (II.' PlTFfLICATIOV:. .4\\
; from Illinois to California. Friends of Mrs. Norris will William whose. residence U Un- AND NOTICE TO APPEAR IL ,
of the things Rotary can sympathize deeply with her as known. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Nancy

E1 do to promote better relations Before his marriage Mr. John- tltA {,. ,IM.. ".**kti, rwWlt_,* ..aU". _.... _.,rnt... You are required to appear. : on Flower.* Schuyler whose address
nalionB.ftCI' lion spent several years as a rail- PUg g or 5" Aug-UHt. 20th 1046 In the .above I I.. 105 First Street, Florence, South
with .
foreign Is second deathto Anmed wherein Carolina. ,
and It the tragic Court and cause
".\ the German road employe In the Bradford You to
observing plaintiff seeks divorce. are required appear on
strike in the
: family
people '.1 their homeland I am 'was due to an accident at this past County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder August 27th, 1D45 In the above
time that he lost his right leg. year. Staff Sgt. Robert H. Dodd In next four weekly |1""u..IO. named Court and cause wherein '
convinced that will bear .,.
they I brother of Witness my hand and official plaintiff Meek divorce. Bradford
I twin Harry Bruce was
watching. even In defeat" Capt. Later lie entered the jewelry and seal at Ktarko Florida: thl. July County Telegraph shall publish b 5't
watchmaking profession and was officially presumed dead on Au- tilth, 1045.OFI"iCIAL. this. Order In next tour weeklyIKHIIPM. : ..e
r Kldd stated. "They are shrewd. gust 9 1944 after being reported ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, .. ,
thrifty and smart. They know In bnaVesn at several places in A* Clerk of laid Court. Witness mv hand and official. -.. t- .
I ? Florida before coming to StarkeIn missing In actlm for more thana ''. Frank I-andrum. Starke Florida. seal at Btarke: Florida, this July ,. ,,,, % ,
J how to ronierve and make the for Plf. 7-20 4t 8-10 24. 1945.tOF'9'ICIAL.
: He was lost on an AirCorpn Atty.
most of what they have." I' 1030 'where he conducted his year ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas\ r. 2;; ._=
t.k Cant. Kldd mentioned the greatImportance buHlnesit from a trailer for a mission over the Bay- of iv (inn IT roinr.CO 1I11"1J1"011" A* Clerk of said Court. ;
number of Biscay. IOI "'I'V, FLUIIIIItl IX: Cllt ,%!%'- '1'. Frank Landrum, Starke Florida, 'f I
.4 ;' ;; the Germans attach years. .tU": '. Atty. for Pit. 7-27 4t 8-17 _M*_
'to their forests and contrasted lIe Is survived by his wife Abigail Harry Bruce Dodd was born in Andrew John Volovar, Plaintiff v*.

their methods with the extrava- Wakefield Johnson, and one Leesburg Va., and came to Flor- Minnie No. Pauline 1006.Cflfltlt Volovar Defendant.Case IV ('IltCt"IT ('0('II'r. IIHAI>KOUU ;
ida when six old with his COUNty, FLoamii iv in%- 2i -
cant waste that Is practiced in daughter Miss Ruth Johnson. years OF PUBLICATION: CoJIlY. ',

thin country. In Germany he Funeral services were held mother. He was educated in the AND NOTICE) TO APPIIARSTA'rIJ Irvin Kruk. Plaintiff va. Louise
OF FLOHIDA to: Minnie Kruk, Defendant.. Case. N,.. 3918.
! stated all trees.' even those on Monday afternoon In the DeWitt schools of Marlon County and Pauline Volovar whose address I III ORDER OF PUTLICATIOX::

; ': privately owned( land are under C. Jones Chapel with the Rev. later was employed in Indianapolis .25 King. Street, Charleston, South AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

: direct supervision of the government W. J. Churchwell pastor of the Ind. for nine years before Carolina.You are required. to appear on,' Louise STATE Kruk OF whose FLORIDA residence to: la Mrs.<7

I and before a man la allowed, Methodist C h u rch officiating. moving to Portsmouth Va., In August 20th. mr, In the abovenamed Nlg-htllng-er, 1230 \''. Taylor Street.
1940. He had been an employeof Court and cause, whereinplaintiff Chicago Illinois. How much more satisfactory you'll find it
; to cut one down he must agree Pallbearers were members of the seeks divorce. Bradford t to(
Starke Masonic Lodge and the Norfolk Navy Yard since bounty Telegraph shall publish this. You are required to appear. on
: to to take Its
plant one place. let do
i Order In next four weekly. Issuvs. August 27th., 1946 In the above us your laundry rather than try t to
I at the 1940 and lived at Deep Creek. a (
_ _ Furthermore he must take care Masonic rites were used Witness my hand and official named Court and cause wherein

- of the new trees for a certain graveside In Crosby Lake Ceme- suburb of Portsmouth.In seal 18th. at 1045.Starkn Florida thl* July County plaintiff Telegraph seeks. divorce.shall. pub Bradford huh have it done at home in these days when help

number of years. When a tree Is tery. addition to his mother he is (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.|J. Thomas. this Order in next four weekly

_ _ 'a. J felled every bit of It Is used. He was a member of the Presbyterian survived by his wife Janice W. A* Clerk of said Court.T. l nuen.Witneei. is at a premium. It's so simple this way-All
t Frank Landrum 8tarke. Florida my hand and official
- r from the roots to the smallest Church and was a Dodd, and their seven-year-old Atty. for Pit. 7-20 4t 8-10 seal at lltark.: .. ,,Florida this July have to do is reach for the
*. twigs which the women gather thirty-second degree Mason. daughter. Patricia I Ann; one 24. 1945. you phone and call
and take for 'v cmrriT coi nr. BRADFORDfnlHTY. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J.
home kindling. brother, f red uoaa or ucaia. ana Thomas
.. FLunll\1: tHAXCKRY. : : As Clerk of Raid Court.
- Forests are also highly regarded quently more proficient In this three sisters. Mrs. C. O. Price. I T. Frank Landrum. Starke Florida.

-' f1 In France Capt.' Kldd line than" we are in some In- Quincy; Mrs. R. H. Bartley Jacksonville I v Eloise*. Charles Harfleld.Clifton Harvey Harvey Plaintiff.. De Atty. for Pit. 7-27 4t 8-J7

stated and he toldj how one of stances. and Mis. J. C. Hillman fendant. Case. No. 3903. iv

h hla men was almost fined $50 for AI o a speaker at this meetingwas Ocala ORDER! OB PUBLICATION ('OtNTY nnciiT COIHT. IIRAI>FORII
FLulttlJ1 'N
- 1? cutting down an old apple tree the Rev. Mac Gibbs of Birmingham The body was brought to Ocala STATE OF FLORIDA to: Charles Helen(.'PItY.T. I STARKE DRY CLEANERSPHONE

L for firewood one cold night. Ala., who Is conducting and interred In the family plot. Clifton Unknown Harvey whose residence I I. sbeerNo. Huntington Huntington Plaintiff Defendant.. VII.

Capt. Kldd brought back home a series of services at the Meth- Ca. 3921.ORDER .
_ ) l I You are. required to appear on
I with him and displayed to the odlHt Church this week. lie gave iv rifinir COIHT. im\i>voiii) August 20th 11)45\ In the above AN)) NOTICFJ OF PUBLICATION 1'0 Apl'JAR: and LAUNDRY STARKE

L y Rotarians a fine collection of I ni Interesting discussion of the ('Ol''I'V.|; FI.OHIUVl IV AllWIKHY. : plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce.cause Bradford wherein STATE 010' 'LOIUDA to: lofr. 28 FLO
German small arms. He states fourth objective of Rotary whichIs Robert Huntington whose Reeldence -
shall thla
County Telegraph publish
H Keller I Plaintiff, v*. Pauline Address |I.. W Oeorice HuntIngton
I C. -
,f that on the whole these are much : "To encourage and faster the I. Keller, -fendiint. Case No. 8878.OUmH Order Witness In next four weekly Issues (Brother), 382 Hamilton.

simpler and therefore easier toP advancement! of I inter national. OP PUBLICATION AND seal at Stark my, hand Florida and, this official July ,

keep repaired than American I understanding I good will and STATE NOTICM OF PtiOlUUA TO APP13AH to-: PaulineIsahelle tilth 19.5.O"'FIC'IAL. -,- --I. _. -. -
guns. "The Germans spend most I IJ peace through a world fellowship Keller whose residence 1 I..* As( Clerk of SEAL*al hi)Court.A. J. Thomas n '' .

', of their lives trying to perfect of business and professional men 114 Kant Avenue, Uall..ratown. T. Frank Landrum Starke Florldn
: their weapons and are, conae- ulted in the Ideal of service." : You are V.lien to appear o" Atty. for Plf. 7.20 U 8-10
.Iiily'31it. 1945. In the above named . Back School
n, cRueler to. .. nit .....""un to
NOTItM I)I.' .'IJ DII 0) UK A It IXI) OM .K('limit ,('fFr Court and taunt, wherein plaintiffseek VI'Y: PLOHIIMl IN 11IVN-
to the provision. ,* of bnctlon 1137.13, FlorIda Htatules, 1941. di vorce. Bradford County t"KHV.Leatrlce.
I amended by Httc-tlon 8 of Chapter 22,839 Luw of "Florida Act of Telegraph shall publish this Ordl f wann. Plat I I ntlff, vs.
t 145, nollc-e IH. hereby ,irlvftn that a public hear Inn shall be hviil, by the in n-xt four weekly Icuoss.Witnese Joseph", C. Swann Defendant. Caaa.
r Btinty Hoard of Hubllo I Inntiuctlon of Hrn'ltnnl eounty. Klorlila on my hand and offlclt No. 3899.OIIDCR.
..,,"day. July 91, ID4K at the hour of 10'00 A. M. In the County Hoard. seal at Htarke, Florida, this Ju.; t2nd OF PUBLICATION Children's ClothesGirls
j ovtlnur' room the CourthoUNo' t at Starke, Florida for the purpose of ., 1945.OFFICIAL. AND NOTICn TO APPEAR
Cfsrusslnir. t\ oltlaon 1 of the County tin proponed xcliodl l>ud K elof ( SEAL) A. J. ThomU' STATE OF FLORIDA to: Joseph
,. '&. nuM County for the .11I.'al year beginning July 1.I 1943 anil, ending; As Cleric of salit Court C. Swann whose residence Is Un-
Juno 80 1946 which budwet 1 I. summarised. at follow: H O. Hrow'n Htarke, Florida, known.
1* llMilirPt, for ftu| |,i,rt Hurt MulMtrniin '"f Srhmol* Atty. for J>lf. .-6 4t '4-27 You are required to' appear on Dresses
;' : A. llulancen on Hand Beginning of Your! 1. Mtate Fund I 271.61 August 20th, 111 4 5,. In the. above 1.95, 2.79, 2.95
2. County Fund $116,780 named Court andcauae, wherein
; ,. : a. District Fund, $11.728'' plaintiff Decks divorce and custodyof :

, ,. o' Total 186,727.7 Child. Bradford County Tele-. Girls Shoes
graph shall publish this Order In 1.45 1.59 2.19
$. II. Anticipated Receipt: I I. State & 1'od.fill, Fund. f 184,007.15E. next four weekly IsKiies. ., ,
p1 County TaxeH. 80,10700 Witness my hand and official
3. District Taxoa 21,045,00 m'IIUII! seal at Starko, ,,Florida thli July
i 4. Tulles. Assessed. on Ilome- Ifltlt 1945.tFF1C1AL. Boys Slack Suits -
I pt.adai for Debt Service 1,44400 { sn\L) A. J. Thomas,
r v,,. 1 'I I 5. itaclnir Communion( Funds Id,600.00 .\* Clerk of said Court. 2.49 2.79 2.98 '
Total. $203,103.15 WAR BONDS .1. S. Harrison, Jacksonville, Fbi. ,
Atty. for Pit 7-20 4t 8-10
f (*. Proponed. Expenditures, : 1. Instructional. Salaries. 1131.00771): !
2. Transportation 2JK5lkOO ,,-
Boys 2.85
a. Capital Outlay 4,0'b.00 i 3.50
4. Debt Service, 12.75411: HAUOLD O.. WALL JOS. E. WILSON
5. n.neral Control 11.07UOO\
,,, .. 6. Fixed Char 6,17900
: 1e'lant.
T. Operation Maintenance -
i. fi. & Huhoot Supplle* 18.21500 EVERY BRANCH OF ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,.
; 6. Ilecerven 14,74096
Total flall.1I30.113
,1 _ _ _
,1, Y S. B.d.e.* for District liil.....< unit nlnklnic Fund I INSURANCEH.C.WALL Genuine Mexican Huaraches
A. Balance and Unnerves. Beginning of Year: t 0,19005
.... Anticipated. Receipt Taxes $ 4,761.00
C. Proposed Expenditure: Regular 3.49 Value Sale 1.64errrrrsrrrrsrssr
; ; Bond I 3.7110,011
1 ; Interest I 1,830.00

.t Commission t 301.00
1). Anticipated Reserve, A Balance* End of Year I 4.180.05 trsrrrsrrsrrr--s.p rC rSSStrtrersS.rtSsssssrrJ.rLadies
The mlllatce to be levied on the 1945 asesam..nt roll to produce
noeaary revenue for thosn budget for the ensuing fiscal year are: AGENCYConstant
.LH I. County Support and Maintenance Fund 7
,: , 2. District Current Levy by District: Hats
; 1ft, District No. 3, Hampton S _
District No.3. Starke ft Service Over 50 Years

District No.6, Lawtey 4
0 4i District No. 10, Vanderbilt I <> '

..;:,, .,' District District I No.No. 11.13. Graham New River 10 to Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED ... Special $1.00

District No. 15, Hellbronn 10 I
S. St{ District No. ID, nislnc 5 _
'. .. . District No. 18. L"rooker S
. .: R8 3. Debt Service on Homesteads. _

4. District Interept and sinking. Fund Property by District 1

. District. No. 3, Starke 1 I ADS II IIUA _
District, No. 6. Lawtey I'VDUtrlct
', -. : .' No.' 12, New River 4'." LadiesBlouses
.. ',. ... District. No. III, Brooker 4
Complete. detail. of each separate part of the nchool budget aum- y
tj .:3 iarl...d above are on tile and are available for public Inspection at vm IT FIXED Many little LOST-Three. cow; one brindle
I* ,Office of the County Superintendent of School at Courthouse attark. thing. are breakingup around and white plded. bob-tailed
.. Florida and will also bo available for piich. public hearing to- the house these day that you marked crop underblt one ear,
, ether with all supporting statement. and Information.. would replace If you could cat' underalope other, brand o. One
All Interested persona are cordially Invited to participate In this them. Till I I. Impossible, but black and whit. mottled. faced .
; nubile hearing. and to dlacus the school progrant and budget for this maybe I can fix: It. Ask for with several brands ,1
County for the ensuing year Frank at Telegraph Office. tf one red ,and white c.d'n'ar. :d \ \\\\
I BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.!' crop upperblt In one ear under-
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA MATTRESSES of all kind renovated square other. Reward 15 tach.
By Arthur K Mcn..... : furniture upholstered and A. D. Crosby, Rte. t, Box 218.
It County Superintendent. ...tlnl.lI.d. Drop u* a card. 7-27 Itp
ISO Palattn. Fla. tf WANTED....Unfurnlflhed house or
I IJ. apartment. 400 West Madison St.
Fun BALK-Two wheeled utilityor Ladies Large Size Dresses
J. i INSURANCE luggage trailer. Oood tire. I
'' Wonder Ulft Whop. 126 13. Call i


FOR 8ALb>-Mlao. Item, electric BUSINESS PROPERTY . .,_ _
fan, J rS.trpr S.,= .
toaster crystal set tabl. rrsss S SI'a'ra S'rr 2t r
linen, farker and 8haffer. pen
and pencil sets, ladle riding; t Men's
boot and brooches, .evening ensemble Dress Shoes
and other Inquire "My STROUT.L .E ; '
S/rnicaz ,
3l E eajaatf// Doll House", a. Walnut. lip A
G.t ......1... of ee.a. 2.25 to 4.25
Fun SALE 4 door Willy 77" t property. !!.. .. new battery," rood tire, goodmechanical I 1'2.000 ..1.! .. .f Home_ r.rn,.._ Cr_ S S.t S S S 45_ -SSrsrSrs s rrrsrrsssa ,. ,,. ,
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condition. Cheap for .''... trm all over cash Apply Clarence Melton. W..I" .r,. -p<- itlr. LARGE RANGE OFMEN'S
domb.anjtI Phone a. _ _

FOR SALE-Concrete block
ij apart
mont. houSe. 3 apartment Income Represented Locally By WORK SHOES '
'r $205 per month. Cheap for F. C. JIG WNGSWORTJIlie
: cash. Phone ... tf I ,
So. Walnut St. *
,' I 1.85 J5.85 3.35 4.25

AND AT A SAVING TO .' FOR I blue SALB tapestry-New covered studio, used couch only Few Pairs of OVA Odd Lot

ALL FURNISHED 2 weeks, coil .prln!!'.. Call )Ir..
YOU IF YOUR RISK MEETS Hollon. Stump1 Store. Up
Releases-Mostly Ladies
? Shoes
?cc .
BOOK A ROOM AHEAD Pull SALB-Boy* bicycle, almostatark
4 OUR REQUIREMENTS n.w. H. A. Lawson Rd. 13.
I: OR PARENTSGas : LOWTHER POWElL. : SAW-I sell Every Day la Bargain Day At 3

Heat U Each RoomLARRY'S the Lowther Power Saw plenty
of Power well balanced, more
W. T. CLUTE REALTOR practical for logging, pulpwood The
and farm
use than any saw on
PLACE the market. If Interested ask Street
4. .t ;, for particular. Reason Henderon. STAR STORE W. Call
r KINGSLEY LAKE Lakeland. 0... 4t 1-Z0
I ,
j. 1000 Feet From B Gate SPENCER SUPPORTS Individually
deilirned. Mr. Bertha Pearce lOll
: I West Madison St. T-IJ-4tp .I

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